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TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1020
IN THE OIL FIELDS
W. H. PECK
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Reflnare rsport following- prleee:
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II III Oaaollne Ho
II 13 Naptka
K. uaena I"
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Tulsa's Largest Camping
Wait" Fhllllpa, who besides being
ihe largest Individual oil operator In
the mid-continent field, can now
I'lalra the houur ot having led the
largest camping party, of which he
was the Individual host, of any that
ever set forth from Tulea.
As showing the magnitude of the
undertaking, there wcie 47 mules
and horses used to transport the
party from the railroad, and an aid
tude of above 12,000 feet was
reached. Mr. Phillips had for quests
on this notable trip Into the moun
tain fastnesses of the northwest, be
sides his wife and daughter, Miss
Helen Jane; John Phillips and wife;
La E. rhllllps' two sons, I E. Jr.,
and Phillip; and If. R. Puckett, all
of Bartleavllle. Mrs. C. E. Crawlej
of Tulsa; R. S. King and wife of
Dayton, Ohio; and a ciok and guides
The party was so large as to
arouse the enthtialaam of the natives
of Montana and Idaho, as Is evi
denced by the reports given In Mon
tana papers, which take great prldo
In the fact that so large a delegation
of tourists from Tulsa had made the
trip, and who had established a
world's record for lavish entertain
ment "We were cought In a hailstorm.
12,000 feet above sea. level, and 1!
was certainly our most dangerous
experience. The ground wan cov
ered with hall, and It certainly rame
ti.lrk and fast, and was large enough
to be mighty BncOHlfOrtabli when
Bcnndlng off a fellow's head." said
Mr. PUUHps. who Is brown as an In
dian with the summer's exposure.
"We discovered shelter In a lone
forest ranger's hut, and Immediately
took possession, turning this over to
the women, who were thus able to
dry their clothing. We had made a
20 mile horseback trip that day, and
were only too glad of the meager
"The boys saw much big game,
but as for m, I felt the responsl
bllltv and did hut little hunting. It
was a lucky trip so far as fish was
concerned, and our guides all
claimed that this was the most suc
cessful, from :in angler's point of
view. In the history of the country.
"Some of tfie women made re
markable records as flHhermen.
which Includes Mrs Crawley and
Mrs. King, both of whom en loved
the trip Immensely. Our equipment
I was all provided for, and our route
j dS ae lullowa: Leavn.g Missoula,
i Mont., wo went 30 mil. a noitb. to
I Klvulut, Munt. uur fust I M HI II U'lUi
I oh Williams lower fork of Hah
1 crtieK, and vas lu inllea out. The
Bat was on the uppn forks of Pish
. creek, and our thud camp at l.o Lo,
Hoi Springs. Uur next OMR) KM at
1,0 Lo I t.- IU miii'M mil un.l nf
1 fifth camp at lcksaw. 16 miles
further. Next we camped at Elk
Summit, lit luilea out, and seventh
: at Kogeri Canyon, 18 miles further.
"You will thus seo tlii; wo have
i been far away from the beaten
! paths of tourists, and there Is no
i grander scenery than from Rivolet
to tno mou'h DI Fish CftO and up
to lto Lo Springs, where the water
is so hot that you cannot bear your
hand In it. Then over the Ian Ix
I'ane Into Idaho one aeea magnifi
cent views, one after the other.
Wo followed -bo Clear Water
River to the Junction of the I.ock
I saw river, then south past Oroves
I Peak, to Elk Summit then nun t
Hand I.nke and Hlodgeit Pass, over
Worthed pa. bi k into Montana.
We then followed Klodgett canyon
and came out into tin Kltterroot
vally at Hamilton, fio miles south
of Missoula, Montana."
"I had made the trip four years
ago," said Mr, Phillips, "and the Im
pression It niado on me then,
prompted R return trip. I am cer
tainly proud of my guests and of
their achievements so far away from
civilization, and they were certainly
a most cheerful bunch. We were
obliged to carry everything with us,
but as an opportunity to view nature
at Its grandest, and where llttlo of
clvlllratlon Is to be found, It was not
to be passed up, because Boon the
big game will all be gone, and the
natural beauty of the acenery be
marred by the woodmen's axe."
Late Completions in
the Okmulgee Field
Special to rhe Werld
OKMULGEE, July 24 Mldsum
has failed to put the brakes on
operations in the Okmulgee field and
completions of the week ending on
Friday show more than 4.000 barrels
of new production The well of the
Rarhara Oil company In n 5 -1 41 -1 2,
two miles north and two miles west
of Okmulgee Is one of the most In
teresting of the week The Shaffer
well In S-14-11 appsrently opens a
good pool In that section which has
been producing oil for several
The weekly report of completions
In the Okmulgee' field" a ha follow
Itarbara Ok) company, southwest
corner of the northwest of south
west 35-14-12. J00 barrels dally In
Hamilton Switch sand at about 2.00ft
Skelly Oil company No Mill,
southwest of the northeast of the
northeast of 22-14-1 1, 1,300 barrels,
.10 fei t In sand found at '.',?H5 feet
Shaffer Oil and Refining com
pany No. 1 Primer, middle east line
aouthenst of the southwest 3-14-11,
son barrels dally In Ihitcher sand
found at 2.432 feet.
Klverland Oil company Nr. 4
Hlount. northeast of the northwest
of the southwest of 11.14-11, big
showing in imtcher sand but drilling
deeper to Wilcox sand
Heboid Drilling company, south
east corner of the northwest of 17-
13- 13, R0 to 711 barrels dally, In sand
found at about 1 , 5 0 feel.
Wooster o company, northwest
corner of the southwest of 27-1813.
ItO bands dally in sand found at
about 1, 750 feel
Atlantic Pctp'leum corporation
N" 14 Heat head northwest of the
southwest of 19-1 5-11, 800 barrels
r, 36 feet In sand found st 3 090
Mlsener Steel.. No. 2 McWll
'ams, middle north line northwest
of the Montheaat of 23-15-10, re.
1 nr'ed showing for 50 hands in top
of the sand found at 3 045 feet
Marshall A Johnson have shut In
a 6,000,000 gas well In their test on
the Porter farm In 34-13-11. No.
2 In the middle of the south line of
the southwest of the northeast of
34-13-11 is stalling.
N'oco Petroleum company No. 5
QUI, north half of the northwest of
1-13-11, 90 bands dally In sand
from 2,364 lo 2.394 feet.
Lyons Petroleum company snd
Clndvs Ilelle Oil company No. fi Wil
liams. mUldle north line northeast 01
the northeast of 22-13-12 Is good for
2n5 barrels dally In sand from 2,091
to 2,110 feet.
I S Skelton No. 1 Oodden. middle
north line northwest of the northeast
of 6-14-11, 40 barrels dally In sand
found at 2,520 feet.
Carter Oil company No. 1 Alex
ander, northeast of the northwest
of the northeast of 19-8-10, near
Holdenvllle. has shut In a 10,000,000
foot gas well at 1,936 feet.
The Nuco Oil company's No 1
Marshall, southwest corner of the
southwest of 26-13-11 Is completed
and good for about 50 barrels dally.
William Harsha and others No. 1
Milam, middle east line north'. hi of
the southeast of the southwest of
6-13-14, 40 barrels dally after shot
in sand found 1,278 to 1,289 feet.
Barbara Oil company Is drilling In
No. 1 (Tolon In the southwest of 8-
14- 11 and has a hole full of olfrom
the Dutc.her sand. This well Is a
quarter of a mile from Shaffer's 600
barrel well and on the same tract
The Anglo-Texas Oil company Is
starting ft 'drr 'teVt 'rm us Johnson
lease, in the northeast of the south
weal of 33-12-12. This hole will be
drilled to 4,000 feet unless large pro
MUM Is found In the upper sands.
The Anglo-Texas company Is start
ing two new wells In the southeast of
the southeast of the southwest of
21 15 II. A deep test drilled on the
I.ettle Banks seven and a half acre
lease, of the Anglo Texas company
In 30-15-11 was dry In the WUtM
Charles W. Vlley of St. 1Oiils and
others sre preparing to drill a 2.000
foot test In the northwest corner "f
ihe northwest of 16-13-16, near Wt
ohlta, Mcintosh county.
Templemsn Oil corporation test
No. 1 ii W. BrOWD farm, nCWtttSSSl
corner of the sou'hwest of 16-13-11
Is dry and plugged at 3.302 feet.
Cosmos Oil company N". I Bob"
arts, southwest corner of Ihe north
west of 33-13-11 Is dry at .'.43 4 Ittt
John H. Heboid Is starling to dr ll
deeper In his te.st In 24-12-10, which
la now at 8,700 feet, but little prog
ress Is being made on account of the
Lyons petroleum company Is ready
to start Its Important teat In the
northwest of the northeaat of the
northeast of 14-14-11. The rig H
Several wells of the Lyons I4tt0
leum fwmpnny, Gladys Hdle Oil
company. Watte rhllllps and the
Clifton firllllng company are rtsd)
for completion In the Phllilpsvllle
of Might iy CgSfl
1 50 H, T. Struthers and Wells,
1 100 11. P. Struthers and Wells,
1 60 If. P Champion Oaa En
gine, single cylinder.
1 25 H. P. Chsmplon Oas En
gine, single cylinder.
Thewe engines ran all be seen
In operation at our faotory.
Beaver Kails, Pa.
Prilling Machines as follows.
1 No. 5V Traction 1,000 ft.
1 No. 54 Non-Traction and 22
H. P. Case Engine.
Both machines perfect condi
tion and fully equipped.
write or wire
Keystone Driller Co.
Heller Brdthert Increase
eeclal to Th World
KMri.,iKK, J,,iv 34 Valuable
noldlngs in the noiiliwest part of ths
Okmulgee field , , i.,ken over dur.
'ng the past weel. bv II,., ll..u.!.
'11 company ,ll.llet Hi,. there) which
rm, . mm u inii resls In arre in
! I I 1 I II of the llallmo.
Henmo and Solo nil conipanlca.
The Interests taken over by Ihe
Holiday nil company are In the aouth
half of the tMthWMI Of section 11
and the southeast of the southeast
"f section 10. There an- now three
well nn the properly producing
from the (Ib iin sand, two gas wells
and four wells contracted to be
drilled to Ihe Wilcox sand.
The consideration In the trsnsae.
Won was 1M,0M and It Is reported
that the buyers were offered an at
IraCtlVa profit on the deal within a
few days after the purchase was
Heller Brothers have hern nperat
Ing In the Okmulgee field since the
armistice was signed and have met
with good success They now have.
altiabl producing properties In
I 1 4 I I and In 2 and 11 14 II and
hold acreage In various parts of thu
fir-11 The purchase completed bv
them this week places the H 'llday
Oil company among the larue opera
tors in the Okmulgee fidd
The Mel! i Oil company's No I
Lcwery In the northwest of 21-14 16
Is drilling at Bf'O f. I.
Peterson 'Inn Ho I Hawkins In
the southeast of 31 16-16 Is drilling
at 4 00 feel.
Mist Edith Kreider
41 ft Daniel Illflg Phone 0-137
Oil Field S
c r v i c c
We buy. sell or trade
OAUJTO, LIKE HMD, TANK
OAIIB, liBsVfflM, Pimm c tkiv,
Both Urge and small Our
diMillnirs frith you will merit
your confidence at all times.
W. K. Dickinson
OsaiW 7.1 1
am k. ftoaMd
si ii.it i t W roKtrnUtATMM
WE WILL BUY
Alto on a n.l!n.
pay StntS tUI A flea
ontral Nil.n4t Mi
Oarttsa Httlai Oa 'em. r'a.
laved era M Kefiatai af Oklaaeaai
lnv.1ra Oil neflnlna of T.
minhler M lief Uitna
V. S. I'ompteesl-in lnnr Tuba.
WE WILL SELL
Allied retrelnim Big
Chestnut Smut.. SH BM
ii i.esr Tus RakM Oa .
j pfi, and 1 aaaa, . loo in
tnvsilen oil Rat of Ti
Jsrkpnl on a Una 1 BI4J
oil A Una ntt
Klmhlny Oil ttnf. pta I.tlw
I. awveia Mlnlna I'M
MI4-Ceatlaaat toes a tiu hm
I'arkvlllo Oil Corp 'I"
Tills Husrsiitrs a Trost,
t'nlon Nat l Ilk of Tul.a . I0 00
II. r W'llrni OH ' 0,1
U. . Corel.. Innsr Tube ... NiN
Hr.HVK K ONl.V"
tint let ed laaarltlaa nought, sold
Tulsa Securities Co.
312 114 renlral Natlonf.! Hank HM
Orlur til. TMMi Okl.
OIL AND GAS
ttit-t Bappllai. fivdumoa, BM.
New Casing Tubing and Line Pipe
for sale. 2 cars 8 1-4. 28-lb. casing;
6 cars 8-ln.. 29-lb.; 2 cars 6;, 20-lb.
casing; 2 cat 6H. 17-lb. casing; 2
oars 6 3-16 17-lb. easing; 2 oars
2-ln., 4H-lb. tubing; 35 miles 6-in.
line pipe, some cars here, others rol
ling. Kor Information phone Osage
6144. Address M. Lebow, 331 Cen
tral National Bank Bldg.. Tulsa
New 6-8 20 lb. casing for Imme
diate delivery by truck or carload
lata. Now atocked at Tulsa or cars
efroute nearlng Tulsa, can be !
vnrta to suit the. nurchaser. Our
price will Interest you. Call phones
Usage 4760-45SI), long oisianco
Keenberg Pipe & Supply Co., 619
Last First. Tulsa, Okla.
Are you In big business, business
whose Interests reach the farthest
boundrles of the continent, business
that promotes growth of all other
business and co-operates with all
business? Southwestern Bell Tele
phone Company. Osage 2'JOO. Advt.
One No. 28 Star Prilling machine.
In fine condition, with tools from
12 1-2 to 4 7-8, and good cordage
and wire llnea; ran be seen six miles
west of Sedan, Kan. Address Box
814, Sedan. Phone 1S6. Advt.
FOB RKNT Handsomest suite of
offices In city, In Nixon Bldg. New
and ready for occupancy. 21i
South Cincinnati avenue. Also pri
vate garage and storage in connec
tion. Phone Osage 1701. Advt.
f WANTRT1 by September 1st, a
position with reliable oil company
by man with twenty years experience
as superintendent of production
Best of references. Address Box
1.06E, rare of World. Advt.
FOR SALE 60 acre oil lease In
good field, 1-2 mile from production,
new well going down within 400
vards from lease. Write, O. 0. P.,
Box 146, Cleveland. Okla. Advt.
FOR BALK Oil and gas rights
west 1-2, northeast 23. and south
1-2 southeast 14. all of 21-7, close
to big wella Address 131, Cleve
land, Okla. Advt
For salt.', 1.600-acre leases and No.
17 Lydeeker machine, or sell one
half and drill 60-60. Addreaa 413.
Claremore. Okla. Advt.
k Two-Inch tubing, moat any size
'.tslng at market price. Dickinson,
lln Fast Siccnd. Pfeont Osage 7616
Practically new drilling machine;
complete equipment for sale; reason
able terms. 221 Iowa Bldg. Advt.
For sale. 40-acre offset In 7-16-
i . .n in.n, en offset In 36-19-1
laddi'w ClJ-di. World. Advu J
DaBJaL VflKTr 7st nA3Paa4ABIftnJBr 7j? MKCBtatW
IN STOCK FOR QUICK SHIPMENT
Line Pipe and Casing for Immediate Delivery
IS tn. 10 Ih rselng
In 3S -lb caalna
In to Ih eaalnt
im in 70 ih aaalag,
In. 2t lb I Inn SB,
S In I SOO teat lino pips.
I tn. Htaiilard line ijlio,
4 In. Standar.l line plra
S In, 20-ih eaaing
I I la In 17 lb. i aalni
V in 2i in aaalag.
ll'la In 10 lb rualtig
Aboso aliea ran he alilnpeil u ., i-l . I'riens will lie made upon Inqnirj
Maal to prior Mala. M o also In lb , . lo bur ahaml innl llnea
anil old raalngs.
GENERAL PIPE & SUPPLY CO.
tiM H. Ilcaitin
Phono Cedar 907, P. O. Box 8.
Gates-Nichols Hardware Company
( Incorporated )
Exclusively Wholesale Hardware
ELGIN AND BRADY STS PHONE OSAGE 9617
Item No. 1 10'0wx380M, three
Item No. 2 llWxBS'O", two com
partment. Item No. 3 10'0"x30'0", plain
Item No. 4 10'0"x300n. three
Item No. 510'0"x30'0"f two com
partment Item No. 6 Steel support for
K. D. TANKS FURNISHED AND ERECTED ANYWHERE
Item No. fcl -4k. tanks with steel
rivited roofs, 20'0", diameter by 10'
0" high. .
Item No.' 10 One stack,
44 in. diameter by 69 ft.
5 in. high. Estimated
hipping weigbtt 13,500
Item No. 9 55,000 barrel tanks
steel or wood roof.
Anderson & Gustafson,Inc-
Refiners & Marketers
Kwry day In thfl year our fadlltlrs are at your servlos for a
quicker and brouilrr lnm ki t fur all Mlrt-ixinuiieiu isptruli-uni
flu. 1.. Onagri 7410, 74(11. 7(8 or L. V. IS.
nslllSi., Oli 1..V COIiUMBTJB, Olllo.
Transportation Itulldlnc, Cblraica.
lilt N. IM S
U II MIT A I MIS
SAN 1 IIA.NIISCO
Atltal'STA, . 1.
I I A i I, N).
Item No. 1 1 800 steel Up
weld 2 in. x 10 ft. 0 in.
Item No. 12 Two crude
stills 12 ft. O in. diameter
by 40 ft. 0 in. long.
NOTE AH this material for immediate shipment from our works af Nilea, Ohio.
Prices and specifications on application.
Estimates cheerfully furnished on all daises of plate and sheet iron work. Larwa
tanks dismantled and re-erected.
Write, Wire or Phone
J. J. KEIM
Phone Osage 4725
908 MTo Bldg., Tulsa
THE STANDARD BOILER & PLATE IRON COMPANY
OF NILES, OHIO
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Alwaya In market for pvLroleum producla,
MINNhAl'OLJti AND CHICAGO
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
first National liunk HI die , TuiM. okla.
faflijtl Telftption Oitittfn No ftO
piManoAi U i. No. u.
Purchaaar ot all teti olauin for Bport.
KAlaUb OJTUt '
v-w TorH No. 4 Hrrmdway Parla - .ifUlnrnlal Hotol
hasport Teriulnala at AvniuJala, New Orlajsua, La,
COSDEN & COMPANY
U1UH URAlJt: rKTK'.I.r.l M HUUL.UCTU
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
Tulaa, Okla. 215 Blnclalr Blrtg,
CblcjiKci, Conway llulldiiig
New Yurk. 120 Bruadway
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
RIAI.TO BUItiWNO, KANSAH CITY, MISSOURI
TI'LSA OFKIt'lt, 61'i MAYO HUIMiINQ
REFINKRIES, OKMl'LOKE AND FONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
GASOLINB 1'KANTS BAPULPA, UfTUY, OKLAHOMA
Wcnprer Armstrong Petroleum Co.
nam. i rm
tTnlan Aresd HMg.
i ii'. bvrth, ra
UNION PIOTROLEUM COMPANY
r'l Off11JKn'f'',(s. i;XPtlHTi:H8 AND MAHKKTKnS
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
"II MAYO RUM
PHOVR OflAOE 41433
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
' ' eOHBl 10 South Michigan Avenue
-.ifTrann r ry rrlr.a M .
- I '11
SnO Roger Bldg.
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
.ruir ling, Tulaa. Okla.
INDIAHOMA REFINING COMPANY
Prflnrrla. al Okmulge,. nkl. . w,. . ...
st. towji ornca, rrowut amr bank bt.do.
l-HODUClltg AND MffinM OF "PAKCO" PETROI RWTM
PRODUCTS "'0 PETROLEUM
Srw Nt'lonal Rank RulMlng.
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
Manufartursra Petrolaum Prod.,na-Ba r,,..
7UVew Klrat National Hani, iVTh. Pt
EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED
aala, Offlca-Phon. 700H, 8 n,ty'
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
MtOBtMMIaMI at i. i i.
Waldh.lm Bite. .T KA""PORTERS
MinHna City M. Klcharda Bldg
. , Tulaa, Okla!
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
R J. BHARPB and R. T. MPS8KR. Re.ia.nt Anta
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
at im mo., aSVESF9 AND REFIN"
TuI- Okla.. Mara Bldg
chl. ContlnrnUl Comm.rctal Bak Bldg.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
uKr INKllI KH AT CUBHfNO
teSS Office, 201 South IaSalle fllraet, Chicago
THE PURE OIL CO.
Reflnrriea at Cuahlng and Ardmora.
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
LIVINOHTON REFINERS CORPORATION
HnrbhllPO.il , ..,A Ma Baa HUa. a
434-447 Keumdv Hulldlng ' " ' X
ALL COM M UN IOATI ONSU--TUL8A, OKLA Pl0n,m Hm
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY"
TANK CARS LEASED, REPAIRED AND REBUILT
Deo. F. Brlgharn, Bouthweet RepreaontaUve. 1001 r.i-,
Worka: Coffey vllle, Kana. ' , ' ",a-
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
LUBRITE REPINING COMPANY
KKr iNKllH OP HIOHKST ORADK LUBRICATING OIL
LUBHITE LUBRICATES RIGHT
Sixty Per Cent Bolter Lubrloatlna Than ajiv Othar nu
Oaneral Office: Arcade Building g, loui. m
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
PETROI. KIJM PRODUCTS
Ralea Office 20 Eaal Jackaon Blvd., Chicago
General Office juft New Klrat Nailonai Hank Building Tulaa. fki
Pliooea 147 and 14S
WE MARKET BVSRT PETROLEUM DfcJKl VATIVB
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulaa Office, Coaden Building. General Oftlcoa: Chlrugo 201 LaSalla
Bimi New Yurk Offict-: 17 Battery Place.
MIDCO BLDG., TULSA CONWAi" BLDO,. CHICAGO
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
RK l' INK HS
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
(ienrral Off lore: Ft- Worth. Tcaaa Raflaerjr: Ardmore, Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
REFINERS OF HIOH ORADE ORUDB
PONCA CITY. OKlaAHOMA
J. P. CAMPION OILS
807-808-80 COSDEN BLDG.
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
ALL REKIVKRY PRODUCTS
100 3 Daniel Bldg. Our Own Tank Cara Call Oeage lit