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TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 10120
IN THE OIL FIELDS
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A Good .Showing
Tho Atlantic petroleum company
net earning from operations fof
May win. $'.'77.00(1 and Juno I taV
Imated at IJOn.ftnn or better, und
tho company's nr: current Hubliltl s.
an of June I, show only ISs.oOO
Th company l now drilling flvo
wells on tha Row Head I In tin
sno'h half of tho southwest of 19-1S-11.
four welly on th lirew farm
In ihr no.ihcast of Is-K-ll. und
two wells on tho Hns. farm In 3 -1 C
10. It In In the ist ball of tho
northwaal of thai Mctloo.
Tho Atlantlr Ik uIko rtrllllnn two
WldM on tho WlKharil. In t ho Mouth
Mnrjaf 12-22-4W. Qarbor field, and
tli-4J wolla on tho fharlm M-vr
ir.n Birrs In 4-2-, wm-rp nn'
n tho'Tiorthwi-Kl of tho rn Kt Hi"
y looklnc noottun nf land adJ iinltiK
tho tilg noil nt Mnnimoi'.
Tho showing- madr ll vor- rrodlt
ah!o. Which will ho (tnod now to tho
All shouM Mom Baok
Clark llanni y. who In tho hoad ol
the land dapartmant nl the lioxana
Pfirokum lomtiany, with naaaquar
ln at St tiOUM, will muvr back to
TuUa July 16. This will be anod
rrwH to Mr, Kannry'H manv trlondi
nmnnk iho nld-llmors. and onlv in
phBfleoe tho fact that tho Itoxana
i i.ido a had mlstako when It moved
tr, st. Loula, Roth President vn der
Oracht an.: Secretary Tom J.ydun
would be welcome In Ti1b. and
ehnuld not lot any false pride kri'P
them from rcTiiodylnjt the mistake
made whin thi- head.iuarterK waa
moved to the city on the bank of
In fk Early Days of Oil
Charles Nelaon, who w..nt Into Hie
oil field In 1863, ay tint Tom
King of Muakogec la the oldcat oil
operator In Oklahoma and that he
vent Into the oil fields in reuruau
the year 160. He nays tnui -Mr.
)g hae retired from active employ
git now and la 7S yearn nf age,
i hMi the meeting of the llrako
association la held here In October,
that Mr. King should certainly bo
hero an an honored gueet.
In looking over a book of old tlm
pictures Jut received at the oil d"Tt
from TltusUlle, Mr Neleon make
eome very Interesting comment
Hpeaklng of the United States we.l
at Plthole, he eay that thin well
OIL AND GAS
LeecM, luppUee, fredeaea, BM
Oil Men for Alulcr.
Wanted at otm one cauie tools au
perlntemlent : 4oo. two cable drlll
iia at 1300 each and one tool dresser
tJiiU per month U, S currency. Men
with Cttlllornta experience preferred.
Two-year cuntructs with Uaiiepoita
tluti and expviinea wlin full tlrae
from date of Jeaviug. Transporta
tion expense back tg ia,c. ot em
ployment ut vng of contvact- or ex
plratlon ea(llf:iX!tt'ry perli'd of serv
loo. Apply in person ui by lettur
eintinj; .juiltiicatioiui to George H.
Myers, 141 K6nnedy tilde., Tulsa.
Ok 14. Advu ,, ;'
A few hj.fel of -Mgramoc Lake Oil
Co.'i stock for ekimu cholco
lease and royalty tracta worth tho
taionav. Call or wlte J. A Turner.
laramec, okla. AdVt.
rKjSe dlatriet, and 600 feet 10-lnch
caning, Su-puuud. also Keystone WO
6 drUUng naonina pracucany now
fully equipped. A-l condition. Teinu
121 Iowa tlldg. I'hono Osage Sur,'J
New casing and line pipe for Bale,
two cars 10-lnch, Sl-lb.i one Oar
1-4 In , 2-lb ; two cars 6 5-8 in..
iO-lb.j oni oat' 2-ln.. 4-Ib. tubing.
0 miles ! 1-4 In. JK-lb. line pipe;
Immediate delivery. Phone usage
04 11. M. l.ebuw, J31 Central National
Hanky Bldg. Tulsa. Advt.
Hlghty-acre lease for aule, seven
a mall producing wells, 600-Iout saud,
Had i'ork district. 221 Iowa Bldg
Phone Osage HOC. Advt.
Young man with pnnii education
eecytii training and also ex
perienced In leasing und scouting i
wante to' locab- with ilvc producer.
Address Brnt'Tf. W rM. -Advt.
Wanted, eliariow drilling contracts
n l,.'00-ft. oteanuig out. Osige
t SC. Advt.
"ighty aci east Mialf of SW
quartor sec. 1-16-9. for lea.se, C'r I k
county Hox 779-L, World Advt
New casing for sale, one car 12H.; ln Ihe Osage.
60-pound; one car 10 Inch. 40 pound, -phe Tidal Oil company' No. 14 In
two car 10-lnch. 32 pound. E i'arsitne southeast of 20-21-12 is making
I "n 29 pound, three cars 66, il u 1 --, barrels after an 10 -quart shot
pound, one car 6S. 24 pound, onefB Band from 1,300 tn 1,111 feet,
ur I a - Inch, 2 8 pound, one car $ S Same company' No. 11 In the south -20
pound In Tulaa; one car 4 pound ! .BJit of the aouthwest of 23-24 1 1 Is
2-Inch tubing, one car 2-Inch, 1,800
test line pipe. M. Lebow. Box 282,
Tulaa, Okla. Phones Osage 3079,
Attention I -case Owners Have
rasing and tools ready fur attractive
drilling proposition in Oklahoma.
Kindly submit full details proposi
tion you desire to make. Addresa 1'
II W,.v Mill Tiil.u I 1 : . A.l...
WILL BUT New, second hand cas
ing, line pipe and abandoned wells
from owners. Ooodman & Hlngold.
Pirw A oil Well ejuppllcs. 326 Cen-
rar National a link
w. . na - -Advt
ht thousanil feet 6 6-8 In. 17-
ne run 3 000 feet t 1-4-ln. 17-
One run Immediate delivery
'Killing 1,1am in first a , on li
Uon; price 1150. Osage 66JI.
made Plthnie tli second ' larest
P"it office in the United Hue,
cl'-ingf morn business lhn nny other
luwn. eicrpt Nw York, and people
flocked there In droves, in speak.
ins nf another iioiuro of the Tlili-
olid development, hr wn that thl
Old fit Id i It'll producing oil and
that .1 a ' k Tapgcit of Tulsa l now
operating tiion. Theee piot;ire nn-
of great InteroKt to the oldllmera and
are mlKhty poor production, having
hiei, iirodiicoil li old Mailiera WH"
n a htMortan in picture of the
early devoii.iniii Mr M.ither la
dead now. lint hi work will laet n
long a oil I found In any country
Mr. Nelann further Ktati'd In hla
renin rk. that he arrlvrd In the oil
BOuntry eiaht or 'en day before the
aiiaKlnatlon nf rrealdent Lincoln,
an.i wn In ol rity when the new
wa received- he say the cnnaternii
Hon ceuaed hy that report waa ter
rific, and that Wilkes Booth, the man
who hot Lincoln, left Franklin, Ta.,
for Washington a week hi fore the
MOaael nation. Booth had been en
1 It the oil bualneee a well u
being an ador.
tn referring to the old day Mr
Nelson said that the first tailor mndo
milt of olOthM he ever had waa made
b the firm of farter lllx, tallom
In TlliiKvllle, and the farter who was
iiKaorbilerl with thla tellorlng concern
afterward! became the head of the
big farter nil company, which ehowa
IhatoppOrtunltlee are nlwav open In
it., oil iuilneK
Hraring Will Xot Be Held
wire from the Pecrefarv of the
Interior to the Mid-Contiiiental Oil
H is association, state that he (the
lecratary ) will start for Alaska on
the lh of Jnlv, returning In August,
that he has abrogated the 4.S00 acre
rule as to the. Five Clvllleed Tribe
and haa taken under advisement the
matter of abrogating It as to the
Osage Nation and the Weatern In
diana! 'ha' 'h" hearing origin
ally act for July lRth will not he held
because of the secre'arv's nbaenc
If It Is finally decided that a hearing
will be necesaary, It will be held gftti
Will IjOoh for New Field
kpaeial tn The VVort'1
NOliMAN, June SO -A detailed
study of the Healdton and Hewlt oil
fields is now being made hy Dr. II.
P. Byboo, professor of general geo.
logy and palentology at the T'nl
Veraltyi of Texas assisted by I'.van
mlth.aeoordlna to W. shannon.
director of the Oklahoma geological
The survey will extend south from
these fields to the lied river. The
geologists are preparing- production
map of the two fields and are also
preparing sub-surface map, all of
Whloh will ba published l.y the Okla
homa state survey In the Carter ami
Jefferson county reports.
The above Is of Interest especially
if the geological department of the
state assist eil By Texas geologists,
will look for a trend toward the
southeast from both the Hewitt and
Healdton fields, and although no one
emeeta a direct connection with any
thing in that direction, there in every
reason to believe that other pools
might he encountered, allowing for
the usual breaks In the trend.
It is always difficult to understand
why a pool like the Madlll pool did
not extend somewhere, and the
chances are the geologist using a lit
tle common sense would be able to
find a OOnnactlOO wuncwhere In some
direction In that vlciniiv
Madlll has always appealed to the
writer on account of Its shallow pro.
ductlon nnd high grade oil. and I'
looks as though during the coming
months there vcill be quite a bit of
drilling around there
Another Good One at Ingalls
The Altec Oil company, formerly
Ihe Tribes Oil & f" Co"
brought In a 100 barrel producer in
tke Partlesvllle sand found at 3.450
feet, yesterday, in their test due east
of the town of Ingalls In the north
half of the northeast quarter of
IT-lt-te. No. 1 on the Fisher farm.
They are still In the sand at 3,470
feet, and will probably drill in today
Tho samecompany is drilling a'
1,860 feet on the Orvls farm in the
east half of the southwest quarter of
ll-lt-le, and this test Is being
watched with interest.
Skelly Well Increasing Daily
The Skelly Oil & Has company
Wall cant nf Ingalls. In 22-19-4, Is
reported to be swabbing 106 barrels
every twelve hours This well can
not hedrllled out until the oil has
been reduced in the hole, and shows
cm slim of becoming a big pro
ducer. P le located on the Mar'ha
Rutler County, Kansas
The Pure Oil company's Ow',er
No. 1 In the northeast of sec.
4 "l.-4e, Hutler county, got the top
of the sand al 2,477 and at only one
foot ln the eand the well Is making
1 1KA barrels The sand encountered
' i thi well is said to be 100 feet
deeper than any that has ever yet
I i.,.n found In thla field.
aiso a 26-harrel producer after
120-quart shot in sand from 1,727 to
Oklahoma Producing A Ueflnlng's
twin to the No. 1 wed In Ihe nnrth
eaet corner of the northeast quarter
of 19-22-10 Is good for about o har
11 - ifler a shot San, I in found
New Orlesns C itton Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
New York Stock Exchange
Stocks - Grain - Cotton
Liberty Bonds Bought end Sold
UEORC.E L. K 1 SKI' Managur
111 Bast Third Blrast (Hotel Tulaa)
from 1,111 10 1 ,091, tilt heat showing
r on being Um fnt few (Ml at tip
togof tM nd I
Th N. l well, which i t hi- din-
oovcry wen in mis spectacular torri
t nt y , I expected to lit' put tu pru
'III' I r: k shortly aftrr h.iniK been
wrecked hy tho no. Mental explosion i
I of h shot last October. Tlio writ J
! fmwe d for nnvful minithK through!
iho wrecked caelng and cai ng In
the h"'e and made one of the RIOM
diffli ult fishing Job ever Mpafi
enced by the company
The oeage Hinnlny iil company s
No. 1(1 In the wutheait orner of
ihe nurtheaat of the AOrthWOtl of
s l!J-. la good for 12S harrela In
sand found from 2. OHO to 2,IFi(l feel
The 0, IV I'etere No, b well le good
for FiO barrel after a 70 'itiatt shot
In aand found from ISO to 47 ('
Till shallow produce! la located In
the tiortheaat corner of the north
WtH of the nnriheaat of MCtlM
,10 l l.
The Aehland il cotni No 5
well In the center of Ihe tagl lin-
if the Kouiheaat of the eoutheeal of
1-11, Is making 10 barret after
'0-quart shot in sand ein-ounti-red
from 1,64" to l,4 (eel Ihe sum"
miianv'e No. S m Hie center of
ihe north line of the north half of
the northwest of 21-21 11, I making
five barrele at a total depth of I.TOI
The Flnane Oil company s No I
in the southwest corner of the south
west of the northwest of 27-2.1-11, Is
good for 20 barrels in Iho 1.760 to
1. 796-foot pay.
Tho farter Oil company No 12
In the center of the southeast of the
southeast of 13-24 9, s a 60-barrel
producer at 2.1 40 feet.
The Ml lco OH company's Itathem
No. 4, located In the south half of
the southeast of 16 II 12. w is shot
yesterday In the 1,100-foo! sand, and
is good for 40 barrels
The same company h No I ,n the
above lease in a location as also Is
No. 6 located to the south of the new
well. Their No. 3, located in the
northeast quarter of Hi-27-10, is
spudding In. Three wcrlls on this
Icaae are now prodii'tng approxi
mately 100 bairels dally The Mld
eo has also started spudding two ad
ditional wells In the southeast of
The Oypsy oil company's No 1 in
the southeast corner of the northeast
f the northeast of section 1-21 7, is
producing 1,600 barrels natural in
Ihe 2,360 tn 2,602-foot sand.
The Gardner Spencer Oil com
pany' No. 2, located In the south
east corner of the southeast of th"
northwagt of 34-21-10, s dry and
The Oklahoma Producing A Re
fining company's No 6, lo att d In
ihe center of the east 'line nf the
southeast of the northeast of
19 22-10, is good for 1(0 barrels nat
ural at 1,636 feet.
Th' Hex Pyramid Oil company's
No. 22 Is good for 10 barrels after
a ,.0-quart shot on the 1,108 to 1,111
tO sand. This well Is located at the
center of the north line of the north
east of 34-22-10.
The Osage Hominy Oil company
has a 30-barrel well, natural, in the
2A48-foot pay, jn their No. 1, located
at the center nf the west half of the
northeast of 6-23-8.
In that Sapulpu lHK.rlit.
Tho King I'arlislo Oil company's
No. 4 Claud, located in the north-!
west corner of the southeast of the
southwest of 22-17-11, 1 making
20 barrels after a 40 quart shot. In
the 1,636 to 1,565 foot sand, and in
a lower stratum found from 1,690 to
The Texaa company's No. 4 Mor-
ton. in the center of Ihe south line of
the southwest of the northeast of
13-18-10, Is making 16 barrel at a
total depth of 2.376 feet
o. If, IreJan'e No. 1 Lyons. In tho
southeast corner of the . port hwent
of the northwest of 11 -IK 11, is
good for 3,000.000 gas, at a total
depth nf 2.047 feet.
The Sapulpa Refining company's
No. 2 Tiger allotment. Incited nt
the center of the north line of the
northeast of th" southwest of 14-18-11,
Is spudding In.
The oodrich Oil company' No, 1
Karnest. located In the southwest
corner of the aouthwest of the)
In the l,ag foot pay. .
J. Alex Dingwall. Jr., well In the
southeast corner nf the southwest
nf th" northwest of 8 -1 S -1 0. le drill
Ing at 2.386 feet.
Same eompanv has made a loca
tion In the southwest corner of the
southwest of the northeast of 29-18-10
on the Lilly Sloan allotment
Is offsetting the S J. Smith well In
the same section which waa recently
Drought ln as a very good producer. 1
Same company's well In the I
southwest corner of the northwest
Of the southwest In 28-19-9 on the
Tn tat Hoid allotment Is drilling at
Wlnamtllar Marshall No. 7, lo- 1
rated at the renter of tho west half1
of th" southwest of the northwest
of 13 16-12. Is good for 176 barrels
at 1,111 to 2.296 feet.
The Ohlokla ON company's No.
3 Squire, located In tho southeast
of the northweat of the southwest
of 30-16-13, Is making 6 000,000 gas
In sand found from 1,826 to 1.R40
Spnrgenn's Wildcat No, 1. lora
mi iini K TRAsnrmi am
rrstlns. Parkins; ljircusl Moxlns
Vsni and '......- Iron tor
(V 11, 1,1 a PriimUe Atmvs Pmfit
New City Maps
Oil Field Maps
rnmmirrlil Blue and Whlt Printing
Knsln'Mi sed Ar-htteis Siipplls
KnBlneerlng and HperUI irfllrig
Talsa Kngineerlne L Supply Co.
CIS H. Hunldrr. Tulaa. Okla.
PHONB OSAt.K Ka.l.
LINE PIPE and CASING for
,-ln. Utl lh. Cueing
01 - In. I 7 lb. Casing
IS a-l 17 lb. t SStllg
us, -iii. "8 iii. owing
2- 111. ulna
3- ln. Line
4- ln. I.lne
Above sizes can he shipped linn
JUS SOITII BOSTON
ltd nt the i enter Of the fM line
a( ihr . -t hnir al th otithwMi
of lum-m. t Km .i for Moo.ooo
kim in tin' I. stiii hi l.;o fni'i pay.
North at iMhlim
The Twin Mat Oil company ' No
i on .1,, Kolli in the southeast of
.). ,, Increased Mm gas after a
in n,..r, ),,,, In sand from a."
in J.Ton A second shot of JO
quarts will he used
J Alex Dingwall, )r s well In Ihe
northwest corner of tho southwest
of the northeast of 7? 11 6 In the
Anna Bltimgn allotment I drilling
at 2.650 feet.
S.itue eonipany's well In Ihe north. ,
west corner of the northeast of tbe
northeast of 2 II 6 on the J. K
Rltlman allotment I" 'underream
Inr at 2 220 feet
In the Brggl IMgtfM
C. TV Shaffer s No 4 (liaison
In the northWOM "f the northeast of
the northeast of 31-16 II. I good
for 6" barrel natural In Ihe 2.60.1
'" ; ,s.. """'!,
'lie Eastern oil corporations No
1 Jerferson. In the renter of the
we' line of the northwest of the
! northwest of 12 16-11. Is good for
' 400 barrels at I feet In the 2.620
.1 Alex DlrtgWgll, Jr. well In Ihe
I southwest oornar of the northwest
of southwest of 16-16 12 on the
' Imnev Thompson allotment Is drill
Int at 1,616 feet.
The flypsv OH .ompinv'n No 1
Williams In Ihl nnrtlun-t of the
southwest of 29-19 S l n rig
Tin- Wolverine idi company'. No,
U on the Williams farm : setting
the eight-Inch 'it 1.990 feet
The ;ripuipa I'ctr drum company'.
No i Bland in th" northeast of the
southwest of 3019 la underream
tng at 2 620 feet
The Muslim oil rnmpsny'e No. 2
Williams In Ihe northeast of the
southeast of so iib s is drilling al
1,1 1 1 feet
The Oklahoma Syndicate has a
200 barrel well, nktural In tha 2.647
to 2.611 foot pay. In the paroske No,
10. located at the center of the south
west of the southwest of the south
east of 3-16-10.
The Dtlardlan Oil company's No,
3 Marshall. In the center of ihe
south line of the southeast of th"
southeast of the southwest of 7-1 -r,
II. Is good for 160 barrels In the
2.606 to 2,636 foot pay.
Mld-Cn Petroleum company's
I Brumfleld N.c I A located In thr
northwest of 22 23 2w has 1.600 feet
of ml in ihe hole at 1 depth of 2,231
Th" same company's Washburn
No. 16. located In the southwest of
l"i-23-2w. Is drlllng ln sand at 2.660
fct anil 1 flowing 200 barrsl pi
The Twin Slate Oil rompany In
the northwest corner nf the north
east of 19-28-4 on tho McCauley
farm. Is undorreamlng the 8 Inch
easing. There Is 1.800 feet nf water
In the hole with a showing of oil
on top. The well will be swabbed
as soon a the water can be shut off.
M Ivan. Teaag,
I The Consndlne Martin Oil com
' pany's No. 1 Martin, located one
' mile south of the town of Ivan,
Texas. In Stephen county, came tn
1 yesterdav a 600-barrel producer at
a total depth of 3,293 feet. Thla test
I" absolute wildcat located about
,,x miles from production.
Mook and others havo an 800-
barrel gusher In their Ackers test,
lOoatSai in the Hreckenrldge field
The total depth I 3.142 feet.
In 'h" sani" vicinity Homer Chap
man's No 2 Chancy. Is god for 600
barrels at a depth of 3,083 feet.
Tin- Mld-OO Ikexsp Towt.
The Mid Co Oil Ou Co.,
det pest lest located on the Hoover
farm In the sotithwestquarter of 22-23-2,
Is drllllns In Shard sand at
McEwen Mfg. Company
Office and Works
Till-. 1. Oklll.
M' I i 11 fiaa Pnglnes
fland Wtii-ol Poxeers
Poser Pumps and Pumping Jacks
Pipe, rasing and OU Well BuppUoa
Of Kansas City, Mo.
IfUMBBRS NBW YOflK
PT'iCK KXCIIANCK and CHI
CAOO HOAHD OK TRADE.
Storks. Pone, drain and Cot
ton. Standard Oil and Sub
sidiary Stock. New York and
Poston Curb. Liberty Ponds
nought and Sold. Private Wlree
f HAS D. CWm IlirPT, Mgr.
Telephone Osage MM, No. it
I ; Fourth St., Tulsa, in. I.,
Triangle Blue Print
OIL FIELD MAPS
I ;ngi nee ring
( ,11 1 1 1 ii n I11 1 111.. I'rlnllng
I'll. ,111 Osage uoMa
Hotel Tulsa llhlg.
HI, -In. .12 lh. Casing
in In. 40 lb. Caalng
llWIa. .mi lb. eg ing
IS 'a-in 711 in. rasing
2-ln. OH'lb, Tubing
Lately Price win
1 to prior sale
AND SUPPLY CO.
P. o. 110X 214
4.K90 feet, and although they have
encountered ocr 400 feet of sand,
there are no signs of oil or gas 41
The same company's No f, on the
ChlllOOOO allotment in the southweat
quariarof llllla, is drilling In lha
sand at l.Oao feet
The Carter till company's No t
Smith. loatcd In Ihe southwest cor
naf of ihe southeast of the south
east of 33-16 10, In good for 100
barrels ln send found from 1,(11 to
laUII Now Pn-m Stephens (MUHJ
o iiii-i lean I'll r.ngine coin
p.inv ha a Ml" barrel producer In
Its No .Stanford, In the Caddo dl
irici, Itapnanl eotiniyi Taaaa
M Pakl lint,,. Texas
The Bmplrs Ha l"us Co.'s No
1 tiilbert In Ihe I'alo Pinto rotintl
ol dtstrlci, ha what look Ilk, i
good wall at approximately 1,1(0
feci Tile uell la lotu- tirmhu'lnu
ahoni loo bairels at the top i,r Ike
To Tns( N.-nr I lnri'iimri'
II P I. inch and others hale a i ig
up for a (est west of I'lnremore In
Hie northeast of the southwest of
In ( itt"n I utility.
The Itlverdate O.I A 'las Co., have
reported showing at the top nf the
sand at 1,760 feet, in 2, 4s lift
Near I ii vol.
With the (HI Men
M. Robinson, who is head
geologist In the New Yoik office of
F Julius Pnhs. and who tin also
been active In geologic, il work In
Iho mllcont inent and western oil
fields, was married on June 26 In
Miss Nina 0, Babooek of Batlla
Cieek. Mich. Mr. Roblnaon Is
among Ihe best In I Is profession and
has a wide dnle of friends among
Ihe nil p(ople, who oln In e tie tiding
v I wl.-his for their futtir hapul
K. J Sullivan, vice president of
the Rag p.xnk 1,111 oompany, a 00m
I "tiled by J c. Norman, w ho is Bee
retary of the Ijimh MoOraW oil
company, with headquarter In New
York, and who was formerly aaso
(late,! win, Ihe lOod Hank InlereMls.
arrived In Tulsa yesterday morning i
from New York, spending tie la)
here In connection with but 1 1
transactions of the Red Hank Mr
Norman ssy that hla cnnip.'.nv (The
Lnmb-Mrdrnxv). are drlllp.g a
counle of Interesting wildcat In I
IN ADDITION to the rxtensivo line of Oil Well Sup
plies manufactured by this company, we hold exclu
sive sales riifht for use in connection with the oil,
tras and gasoline industries of the following nationally
Kli-fi-o Sisel Sectional Buildings, Superior fJae Knglncs, AJax Steam
Drilling Knglncs, (xilumblan Manila Corilasr, layton Couplings,
The National Supply Co.
Tulaa, llartli-avllle. Drumrlglit, Okmulgc-, Oklahoma.
rcNtilNKKILS AND AltCIIPriKTS. ATTFJUTION!
Rnglneers transit 1126.00
Set of measuring pine 3 00
60-foot steel tape lenih 4 50
Self reading level rod 26 00
Hlue printing machine, frame 76.00
Ami MOCtl uf I iigliioertiitr Supplies at CM Mggh
OKLAHOMA ENGINEERING CO.
mONII HUS ' r. . BOX s)3
110 V.. Main Okmulgi'O, Ok la.
Anderson & Gustafson.inc.
Refiners & Marketers
Petroleum and its Products
"1 very day La the year our fa4lltloai are al your Bervlca for a
quicker ajid broaulcr nutrki-t fur all Mld-ounUiieiiL iwuialeaun
GAS OIL AND FUEL OIL
Phone Oaaan 7400, 7401, 74S2, TOOS or 1 D. II
CI Kill M, OKI.A
1.1 Nt 11 A
I OUT WOKTII
It 'll II A I ALLS
S4,N I HANI 1KCO
Al tit STA, M.
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for pstrolsun prisducla.
MINNLAI'OI.IH ANN IIICA'IO
COSDKN & COMPANY
HiOH (iUADK PHTROLKUM HRODUOtl
TuIMi Jk lith'iniit
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
Tulsa, Okla, 215 Sinclair IPdg. New York, 120 Broadway
Chicago, Conway Building
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
C.K.N ll UAL OK KICKS
RIAI.TO BUILD1NO KANSAS C1TT, MIUOITR
TULgg OKl'li K r,u MAVn BU'U31NQ
RBFINBRIBa, okmi 1,'ikk an 1 1 I'ONCA city. OKLAHOMA
OASOLINB PLANTS BAPULPA, nfTCIiV. OKLAHOMA
Tt .is one in y.'tung county, which
I down 1,1(0 feet, and the OtlsSV In
inrsideo nty, 'icar the gtaglaan
P. t,l. r. Th" BerSldSO teal Is located
111 the renter of a block consisting
of 114,00 aeres and Is likely tu
open up a new oil field In that VI
clnlt) In addition Ihey are i heck
lOg up soin. propel tl" In 1 ub. 1 w ith
the expectation of starting develop
mem. ptnvldlna Indication prove
.lame K Crawfonl of the Okl
homo Prowueing Rennlnj Co.,
who hn been In Atlantic Clly for
si Mtai week win return to Tuiss
-. Metltnc 10 xi w 1 1 k T o, I ,ll
strand who Is trie president of the
v,,ii 1, cm Is expected back Mlin
dav aftSI 1 two weeks' slay In New
1 H lray. vice president and
1, 1 manaaar of lbs Agfa, 011
loa I1,, and R, 11 Harman, super
n lei toi,t nl production of thlg com
llanv, are amending a few dave al
Ingalls, nfcli attending tin- dulling
I In of their 2:,0 barrel well east of
lei 1 lnlon. president of thi
iMIdro oil Males cimpanv, hsa re
turned bom,, from a two weeks' trip
idown t'he California roasl
I. P X AftfOnaon secretary and
I I reaeu rrr of the Midco Pstrolaum
oompany, lefl veBierdiy on a shot'
Imp thrt ugh the east
T P Aleen. who Is the Wxnmlns
gtlfNtrintsnej ui of the Blnolal Oil
1 .a pot 110 oi, I hen for a few days
Mis Edith Kreider
116 Hani: I llldg llgM O-IITI
LMccMiNiRr wprchkcr cai
rnoMf noes 11(1
I (i ,NM, a' u 1U1IS
nut (AMI iTiree Msw
p T. ins lea, .' '-, tens, 1
Howe. nans seal. 1U
inns . I II In' h Hurt no
1 riiitlalliiB fan, 1 No. I
iiuffnii, ferae hiwi .
1 4 In K.nirmen 4lrrlrti-
biewer. 1 1 11 P West
ern eieciric neter, x
I'll". le , o no
veils. 1 I II JV nn.
ml !Jrtrlc miller
,111-, t current, 1 II
l.l Mill S. OHIO
II It A NCI I Fa
4 1,1 V IJ.AND
M u VOKK
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
bi;kinrbh, r:rouTKitct AND maukktkrs
rulsa Office: Cosden BMg, I'hone 44l
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
HI IS MATO PJLDO,
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
Chicago Office; 11(1
K'snsaa City Offi,.j.
ii steriirlly lljdg
rVUL Oil,, riAft OIL. KKROSKNK, NAPHTHA. OAHOLIND
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
PHonpcv.ns A HO RBrtNBM
ItOMie OmOB No nil nroad Ht.. New Tork
Tenth Floor, Kennedy Bldg , Tulsa, Okla.
OHrO CITIES GAS COMPANY
RF PIN Km jr. ft AT CPfllllNO AND ARPMonK
INDIAHOMA REFINING COMPANY
neflnerle. g Okmulg.e. Okl ; Past Bt. I,oul, III.
T LOPIft OrrtOS) 1' KPKHAL IIKSF.RVB BANK BLDO.
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
PltorH.'CKUH AND RKKINRns OP "PABCO" PBTROLBUtt
New Kirat National Bank Bnllfllng.
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
Manufaciiirers Pelrnleum Procluota Sale Dept.
7 1 New First Nations! Hank Bldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED
Bales office Phone 7001; Unity Building, Tulsa.
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
PROni.CKHB. REFINICRB, TRANBPORTEHg
Waldhelm Bldg. h .
Kanaaa Clly Mo. Richard Bldg ,
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
R J BHAHPB and B. T. MTIBBBR, Resident Agents. Phone l
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
m r 1 . PROOUCBRB AND RBFINBRB
m Lou,' Mo'' Ard Bldg. TuUa. Okl... May, Bldg.
Chicago. 111.. Continental Commercial Bank Bldg.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
BBFINERIKH AT CITglUNO
Bales Office, 08 Mouth LaSalle Street, Chicago
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
LIVINOHTON RKFINKRfl CORPORATION
Burkhurnett Crude for
411-447 Kennedy Building
ALL COMMUNICATIONS TPL8A, OKLA.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CARS LKASKO, RKPAIRBD AND REBUILT
Oeo. F. Brlgham. Bouthet RepresentaUra. 1004 Daniel Bldg
Works: Coffeyyllls. Kane. Telephon.'i 110
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
BKFINERS OF HIGHEST ORAOB Ll lUUCATINa OILS
LIB KITE Ll'HKlCATKS HKIIIT
Blxty Per Cent Better Lubrlceilng Than Any Other OJ1
Uensral Office: Arcade Building
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
ale Office 30 Eaal Jackson Plvd . Chicago
0neral Offlrs- 101 New First National Bank llulld.ng, Tulsa. Okla.
PhOOea 167 and 36611
WK MARK KT BVBRT PBTROLBUU DKUIV'ATIVK
Phooe 4 ill
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulsa Office, Cosden Puildlng
Btteet .New Tork
MIDCO BUDO.I TULSA.
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PBTROLBUM and its prouucts
Oenersl Office: Ft Worth. Tessa Refinery: Ardmo-", Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
RaVTMBRI 0 HtOH ORADI ORUDB
pi iNi 'a err v. ut- LAHi 'MA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
107 101-109 COBPKN BLDO
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
ALL REFINERY PRODUOTB
1003 Oanlel Bldg. Our Own Tank Car.
PHONF OJIAOB 4S1
Bouth Michigan Aeenu
Tulaa Office, Palla. Texas
SI" PI ret Nat'l Itldir sen 1: mi.
Bale Petroleum Product
All Phones 0420
A RDM ORE
Bt, Lout Mo.
(leueral Offices: Chicago, 208 LiSall
office; 17 Battery Place.
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