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IN THE OIL FIELDS
W. 1 1.
Ola. aiAllKKT ql'OTATIONt
renmrltenle, .14. 1 Homer
- taneae , ..
Ceeell . ....
Insiana. , ,
Railroad Rates impended
Tho proponed Imr'-iiM'J rates (if
Petroleum nnd petroleum product,
from p"ln' lUn, Missouri nnd
Oklahoma. In I'lib-ago, Milwaukee
and related territory, have hern mm
ponded from today, until December
JOlh, by order nf the Interstate com
Thn action was taken, "bocimse
tlio IntoiesU of Hie publlo appear
to bo ItUiirlnuily affected by tnutiP
dlato adoption of tlio rates," th"
Tho nbovo telegram l rortiilnly
startling, and probably refc to fuel
oil only, n thin commodity recently
wan niUanccd by the corporation
tcommlselnn to bring It In lino with
'tlio Mllwnukoo lute, rather tlun
lower tlio into to tho latter city ,
It may, however, apply to Inn
whole linn, as no one In Tulmi wan
able tir either verify or explain tho
full meaning of the menge. The
rate on fuel all wan rained 2 1 -3 cents
per hundred pound or about 7 or
1 cent a ban el, to Chicago, and the
IS per cent Increase added to that
Till wan ridiculous on tlio face of It.
In view of the fact that Chlcugo 4isee
hundred of cam dally, whllo Mil
waukee consumes but comparatively
a email murium.
The "World h J'ccn leading tho
flght to tha bent of 11b ability,
Good Well Near Ilenryctta
Tho CVilrnl National Oil company
haa a Ur, barrel well In tho Diitcher
eand, In He teat on the Mattln Carte
farm- In tlm center of Uio north lino
of the southwest nf I6n eouthwest
of 15-11-11, went of Ilenryelta, Tho
well wna idiot Saturday In sand
found from 2,5J to 2,487 feet.
Thn oil men oro not 'enthused' In
the least, after having perused the
bulletin rent out by Iho American
petroleum Inntllute, In which secre
tary Welch explain tho attitude of
the bunch that ho la connected with,
r The consensus of opinion us gath
ered liere, Is to tho effect that Hocre.
Ury Welch was correct In his first
telegram In wlUcli -ho stated that
. (he mcst Important thing In tho
Avorld was to keep competition going
In tho oil business.
Now llun, It Is Intorostlnct to note
Just what tho board of dlroctnrH will
dp when It meets Tuesday. Thomas
A Q'Donnc'l, who will bo remem
bered here, I president of the Insti
tute. Important Mceflng Today '
The meeting pf the Osago Loaseea
In Washington, which Is scheduled
for todays Is of the greatest Import
ance, bctfnusu- while It Is not held
to brine ahout up extension of the
trust period beyond 1031. but rather
to obtain a pofalblo extension of
their own lrnes, These leases
shouIiLbo-mado as lone us oil and gs
Is found In paying iiuantlt'ca, unit
thcyviavo all been promised an ex
tension by the powers that bo In
Washlnirton. Wo will see what we
will eco. ,
First Well South of Slick
Tho Mid West & diilt Oil corpora
tlon 1s brlnylnc In tho first likely
looking producer south of.Hllck. In
Its Its test In 'he northwest corner
OIL AND GAS
Una, Bcrpllu. PrMunioa, E.
"Would like to meet tho head of
my oil icoinpnny In Oklahoma need
S the kervlccs of a mnn with 11
rears practical experience In the
Mold. Address box 652-D, care
Vo help drill well In proven field;
food production on 3 sides; luoks
llko sura shot for large profits;
lutek action necessary. Address
131-K'caro World. Advt.
TOR HALE Now caslne and tublnB
15H-70 lb culnff! 10 Inch 4.b.,
S 1-4-2S lb, 6 5-S-Jt lb. 5 3-X6-I
lh 2 Inch, 4 lb and 4 1-3 lb tub
Ing. rhunn Osugo Gt44. I. O. Itoi,
282 Tulea, Okla.- AiVvi.
New casing at Interesting prices
for prompt delivery. S 1-4" 28
pound caalntr. 8 B-S" 20 pound cas
Inc. 2" 4W-lb. tubing 2" 4 -lb. tubing,
Z!,' j,800-lb. teat Una pipe. Also othor
1,800 pound teat Uno pipe. Also other
sizes of casing and Uno pipe. Call
phono Ooago 47(0 or 4530, long dls
tanco 80. Feonbcrg l'lps & Bupply
Co., 610 U. I'lrst btreet. Tulsa, Okla.
WANTED TO HUY Sottled Okla
homa and Kansas oil production;
nlao producing royalties from owners
direct; can pay cnah; negotiations
confidential. Addrena P. O. Hoi
1081, Tulsa, Okla. Advt.
For aala or lease, small oil pro
duction complete with power; a
number of good drilling locations',
depth 435 feet. II or 711-1;, care
Pipe, casing, tublnic! Immediate;
any quantity; all siies; hipped any
where. Hrown Salos Co., Atco llldg.
Oeage 6 H 5. Advt.
FOR RALE A 30 Star drilling: ma
chine with complete net of tool from
JXVi-lnch dewn. ti. ee,H. uruiing wo,
803 Mayo llldtf.
10,000 feet t E-l
17-pound $1.45, 7,000
Oaage 6445. Advt. A
5 3-1S J1.55
National No, 2; tools; casing;
lublnc; on nearby Ibaso. Osage
III Illinois ...
I. II HeeMlen JJ
l.U I rleen heer '
1,11 rereleaii lllhl.
I 71 ICIec-lra J
.t: IfenrrelU J
i ti if ft ,
I (I Horen ,
ITT lliirWburnetl !'
1.11 Hewitt "
Cn Oil FreU
tleflaeie report lollol prteesi
It'll Oaeatlne ,52,
t riaenllna iU
II Naniai .......
Oee Oil i ""ilia
PECK Reidcnto 2442
of the nnrthwiil of the northeast "f
20-18-10. The Iiutcher sand was
topped lain Hntiirday night at 2,A3u
feet, and nt but It feel In the well
was making a bailer of o I every ten
minutes. It Is now it feet III
the pay, wild the hoi" full of nil and
looking, like a real producer. The
well Is located on the south bafik of
1,'njon Oil i:hi't Officers
Thn fllreetnta of the I'nlnn Oil
eonvpnny of Delaware y.'lerday an
nounced the fotliwlne "lections- Officer--President,
0. II. lilncke,
vice-president, 1). V. Connolly, Hen
ry Lorkhart. 1r , eer"l.i v, C. II
Kosdlr'K; leiurer. II. I' Clsbnrn, Jr.,
erecntlvn corilliilttee, f! II. !clilek,
.-hixlea llaydin and Henry Ixioklnirt.
The stockholders of the Centnn
Petroleum eompiny. In which t'nlon
Oil recently tmijht control, a the
nnnual meeting elected the follow
ing dlrectoriio fill va-(ll-'les i-iused
I y resignation of n(flrliN "f tb"
Texas Company: C. H. Habln, (J. II.
Hchbicl.s, Charles llavd.-n. Ilenr;
l.nrkh.lrt, Jr.. II. K Connll floor '
C. Prleslly and Irwin l'ritviwyer. -Now
Wniihl liirroiio Oil Cn. Slock.
P. D Haklalvaln. pri-sld.-nt nf th"
Middle Htntes (ill comtrinv, has ree-
ommet'deil lo the luuril of dlrei tori
that a mectlne of the it 'Lnoldeis im
railed lo vutn on nnr iirnenrlmeiit In
the charter Inrniislnrf the .capital
Mock of the eonipnny. ThiK.I l
make posslbli the C'HiMn.icilloli o.'
i no company h ousincw on tun i.am
hnsls of prndiiriion and growtn in
heretofore, Karnlwn are raid to b.i
Increasing nnd tin re Is i hint that
Iho .present c.-iiih dlvlden-1 may be,
materially Increased. New York
It Is Easy to Gel ,
In the Game, Hut
There never wnn a time when It
wiih any catlor In get Into the pro
ducing end than right now, provided
any one really wants tn fy his luck,
and that at a time when everything
will appear to bo making life a bur
den for the oil producer, from the
id In ii t o he orders n rig built niutll he
gets Into tho pay wamband finds his
drlltern arn much adverso to getting
m'jssed up with oil.
It takes so long to got a atart, and
the expense lo so great, that It Is
tint worth whllo for a man to put
hbt entire fortune Into one or two
wells and then put up with all tho
hindrances that surround the busi
ness these ilayn.
Kor Instauco, tho big t-trlp of coun
try running north nod south through
rangs 10 and 11 Is big enough so
that It U cny to got In, providing
thcro Is coin enough In the treasury
to pay for acreage, which lu nil held
very high, And west of rancu 10
there tn n mighty likely looking coun
try In 14 and IT,, 8 and 9, which Is
virtually unexplored: while tho ill til
ing Is good In 1(1-9 and 18-8, provid
ing tt;inan Is playing thn law of av
erages. Hut tho main thing in, that It Is al
most ImporalbU to got material
cheap enough, or labor that will bo
satisfactory, at the present time,
There Is no doubt but that by tho
tlnio this administration In Wooltlng
ton gets through with lt "iieflutliin"
scheme, thorn will be plpo a plenty, at
u.uuii luivrr iirices, anil everything
else will be down In proportion. In
cluding tho price paid In contractors
Oil men hero say that ,lf .Mr. Cox,
running for prceblent, mold hap
pen to ask, he would find that the
"ii im-ii nione would think It a
mighty cheap bargain f they could
get n new ndinlnl.:ratlon for JlS,-i
000,000 and get It now; and that!
the money could bo raised over
nlibl. hut it ,...,. i.i ... . . ' I
, ,'" ho WnllcrM llcld.
falters, Okla., August 29, 1920.
Four now wdla were completed
his week with total Initial wndiic
tlon of approximately oo barruls,
The best completions of the wcok
were Keys No, a Klncndu nd Jlnr
gay No. Kink. At 6 p. m Thursday
Kes .No, 3 Klncndn was blowing oil
over the derrick. Indicating that it
will bo in, good as either of thoVlrst
two wells In the- Klncndo pool.
Keyj cniiinleteil re., i i.-i-.i
tho northwest of the southwest of th,.
rlJir., V. ''"-iDw. estimated
production ISO m inn i,ri. r ......
s'ind 2,113 to 2,130 feet.
The Margny oil company brought
In .No, 0 Kink In the snuthenx ..r ih
northeast of 32-ls-lOw, estimated at
100 barrels from sand 2.US to 2,130
MoJInnn completed No. 17 II. V.
Prlddy" In the noutheusi of the nn.ni..
last of 4-2s-10w, which made 28
oarrcis rroni sand 2,174 to 2,HJ
McMnnn completed . o,
Prlddy In (ho southeast of the BoOth
cast of tho snutheust of l-?s l0w.
estimated at 75 to 100 barrels, I
Keys No, 4 Klncndn In the south-'
west of tho northeast of tho north-'
west of 33-la-lOw Is drilling In top,
of sand at 2,"ll8 feet. .
uamon .no. 4 Kink In tho southeast
When you want to BTOHB your
horue'a furnishings or any part
of them remember that wa
A Clean Storage Building
Our storage isn't any old place,
but It Is a plseo where YOU oan
storo your articles without mis
givings. Tulsa Storage and
of thn northeast of 32-ls-IOw, has
riming eel at 2 0S0 faet.
Invincible No. J. o. Iloberls In
lie son t Invest of the southeast of tha
cotitlKiiJtl of 28-In-low, has casing
l nt 2.120 feet.
Kiys No. 2 liMwIf-r In thn north
went of the nortbiiast of 33-1h-I0w,
drilling with mble too In at 2,110 feet.
Keys No. 2 A Uiwlttr In thn south
west of the southeast of -83-ls-IOw,
standardising at 2,098 feet. ,
Kc)s No l I'rlie In the northwest
of the nnrthi-sst of Il-ln-lOw, drill
ing at 1,800 feet.
Keys No. I Mhaeklefofd In III
northwest of the southwest of 31-Is-Ow,
drilling iilv4(io feet.
Koys No. 1 V. II. Iloldiimn-ln the
foiilliwest of the norlhwest of 28
Is lOw, drilling at 1.0(0 feet.
Dei p Tests.
Neb . Ok la No. 1 In the northwest
of the southeast of IO-3s-0w, drill
ing at 2.100 tct
Keys An. 1 Orora In thn northeast
of the ilnrthwest of JO-ln-lUw, drill
ing at u.tib feet.
Keys erecting derrick for No, II
Hills In the southeast of thn north
east of the southwest of 33-ls-10w.
1)ru In HarllcHi'lllc
The Atlantic Petroleum Company
has n hole fullof water In thn well
nfnettlng the l.'ilie Muramsc well In
I Von I Arilmorr,
Ardmore, fiklu , ,lug. 29. A very
Important wildcat locution bus been
made by the Carter Oil company In
7 -5a. I w, on thn llnnisey farm. This
well Is uno mile no nth anil 300 feet,
W"t ,f the well in tho same town
ship uhlch tho Umpire In now drill
ing. Th Carter people under their
contiact must piu In on this lo-c-nllnu
by MoniMy, and tho rig Is
building nnd tlm well Is being ilvged
up nt the name lime. There Is a good
uructiirn fiere and in my ptople
tuivo faith In the oil po-Mlhllltlc of
Hint locality. Acreage has been sell
ing ruther high In this locality over
nliico Hewitt camn In. Th nils bedn
nto deepnr lliuro thiin In either Iho
lleublton or lli.i Hewitt producing
areas and that feature lit ugslnsl the
locality. Thn Aims well drilled In
that locality had a sand that gave
promise of belnn a well but It did not
do so. The Cnrter and the Kniplru
will drill deeper than the Ames pen
pie drilled nnd theen two wells, ono
In section ft and ono in i.eclloii 7,
will bo watched With .1 great ileal of
Tho most Interesting report that
has come from Hewitt slnco the
Klnipsiin well rrncheil ,i pay sand In
hcotlou 9, reeehed her yontcrdav
nftornmn. Cuter Oil cnmpJiiy, In
ll-4n-2w, oil tlm Ambrlsler farm Is
mid tn havo reached th" top of n
sand lit 2.399 feet. What tlio rand
will amount to no one kn.iws and thn
inmpariy will not know until It Is
PcnctruWi! wtlh thn drill. This Is the
deepest mind that hnn he-Mi found at
Hewitt mid looks mighty golid for
the entire field.
Tho deep wildcat test In Murray
county, being drilled by the Rtuyvo
sent till company. In 7-ln-3c, has
now rmchcil a .leplh of nboitt 1,880
feet, and s still (trilling In a 10 Inch
Progress on thlit weel has been
rather slow the past few weoka. ow
ing to oonnli1ernbe iinderreamtng to
nun; .irr water In threo naiids. Thv
first snid thlrtv feet thick, was en.
cniiiilered nt 1,280 fee rite water of
this sh.ii, was completely emit off by
inning ten Inch tftsllix In a bed ft
sticky green sla'tat a depth of thirty
feet below tho sand, At 1 402 feet,
nnuuier wnier sand, ten reel tlilclt
wna found, which was drilled
through, iindci-rt'nmcil and tho ton
inch casing net below; thll complete
ly shut off tho water. Drilling was
lesumed nnd at 1,130 feet thu las'
water rand w.is eucouirtcred; thla
Mind wna drilled through nnd found
In be HI feel thick, mnklng sulphur
vnirr i no wen is now ueine miner--earned
nnaln, .ir-'imrnlory to It wcr
Ing tlm ten Inc'i casing, tc shut off
this last water. It N hoped that when
Phono Cedar 1240
L. D. 149
NEW CASING USED
S 17-1h. wrought Irun
SOU II, 50-lh. nl llrl.luw.
"EXOHAN G F7T
I'HONi: (,'I'DAH 50(1
Line Pipe nnd Casing
IH In. re lb. eiln
U In. Ik. cailnc. .
IJti tn. (0 lb cailnc.
li( In TO lb c.ln.
I 1 II In. IT -lb ...Int.
S In. : lb canlnu
I1 In. 33.1b t-aainir
Abot .Ilea ran b alilpprd Inminllalrlr. I'rlera xtll h, mma upon Inqolrj
ubjfd lu prior . nra sJau In Ilia maiktl la bar sbuidonrtl liura
and old csaluga.
GENERAL PIPE & SUPPLY CO.
430 ltoblriMin Illdg.
GLETRAC-TANK TYPE TRACTORS
Cardwell Lyman Sales Co."
215 South Deroit
DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920
Ibis Is done, drilling operation will
progier mors rapidly-
In tlio Hciiryctlii rielil.
The Lyons Petroleum Co a No. 1
Keor In the northeast of 5-11-11 I
finning for Imller at 2,830 feet.
The Central National Oil company
No, 8 M. Carter In tho southwest of
18-11-11 got tho top of tho sand at
2,480 feet with good showing. No
9 in the same quarter section Is dril
ling at 9U fett
'. J. Deansr's No. 2 Tucker In the
sotllhWeet of 1&-I1-I1 Is drilling nt
2,tfi0 feet. No. 3 in inn sumo ium-liui-ls
rigging up. No. 4 H a rle.
H.ime party's No. 1 O. Taylor In tho
northwest of H-tl-lt In a rig.
exhe Okek Oil company No, 1 O.
Taylor In Iho northwest of 15-11-11
Is iiulllng pipe to imderream at a
tolnl depth of 2,624 feet.
The Klngwood Oil fompony No, 1
II. Holmes In the northeust of 18-1I-11
Is spiaying oil nt 8 feet III th
sand and making 3 million gns.
Total depth is 2,648 fy el. No. 2 on
this farm In the some quarter sec
Hon Is rigging up. No. I In tho
southeast of 18-11-11 Is drilling at 1,
850 feet. No. B on thn N. Holmes
farm in thn southeast of the same
snetlon Is n rig. ns Is also No. 1 .
The Okliaiia oil compny N4). 1.
K. Jefferson In the southwest of 18-11-11
Is shut down at 4(TO feet.
The Kdgar Oil epmpany No. 1 A.
Jefferson In the northwest of 16-11-11
Thn Prnlrln Oil A On Cn.'s No. 1
N. Holmes In thn southeast of 16-11.
11 le a rig.
The Newman A Klngwood No. 1
Tocuinieh In the southeast of 18-11-11
Is a rig.
W. O. Newman's No. 1 Harnett In
tho northeast of 19-11-11 l a fish
ing Job at 2.910 feet.
The Pralrlo Oil A Has Co.'s No. 1
Harnett In the northerns of 19-11-11
Is drilling at 700 feet.
Tho Newman A Klnkwood No. 1
Dlnsy In tho northwest of 20-11-11
Is 11 rig.
W. C. Newman's No. 1 Wolfe In
thn northeast of 20-11-11 Is shut
down nt 2,838 feet.
Tho Hagby Dev. company'n No. 1
Harjo In tho snuthennt of 2 1-11 11 la
drilling at 2,320 feet.
J. J. Dnaner's No. 3 It. Holmes In
thn northwest of 22-11-11 la a rig
The Lyons Petroleum company's
No. 2 11. llarrntt In the southwest of
2-11-11 In fishing at 1.175 feet. Hit
No, 1 I.lkowskl in the northwest of
11 Is flnhlng nt 1.175 feet. Its
26-11-11 Ui dry anil abandoned nt
Klngwood A Newman No. 1 on Iho
James farm In the northeast of 33-11-11
Is drilling at 250 fee I.
W. It. Illnrk'e No. 2 Keys In ti
northwest of 2-11-12 Is shut down nt
Tho Klngwood Oil company No. 1
Hnggcrty In tho northwest of 3-11-
12 la drilling at 1.250 feet.
The Klnibley Oil A Hef. Co.'s No.
Hawkins In thn miuthwettt of 6-11-12
Is 11 rig Its No. 8 on the Jnck
son farm In the northwest of 5 11-12
Is drilling at 800 feet.
J. W. Lulls No. 1 It, M, Wood In
(ho iiotthweHt nf 11-11-12 Is dry and
abandoned nt 2,905 feet
Tho Klmbley Oil A Itcf Co.'it No.
l MoCHINtnY &WRECrlKE CO.
8 phonf cronn tits i
i mn CiMCHMvJl, HJ 0 TUISN cni.
Wolf anc Company
Audits, Accounting Sys
tems, Income Tax
1020 Kennedy Hldg.
Telephone Cedar 1339.
2.!J fl, H Si ll'.. Msnronl.
:,.U0 fl. SV, IS-lt... Mantnril.
fl, lu 35-lb., JUnfnrd.
TtiU rutins nt Mitnforil mi nel
nut lii dry liolf and I In irry fine
rmulllUn, Atno an utlrurWts price.
02U m.y6 hldg.
for Immediate Delivery
I In I 100 taat Una pipe.
I la miiKnl Una pipa.
4 In. Standard Una plpa.
(4 In. 10 lb culna-.
t 1 11 In IT lb. cailns.
ti In. II lb c.alns
KH In. It-lb. caalns.
r, o, iio jji
Phone Cedar 633
I Harnett In tho southeast of 20-11-
II Is n rig
Thn D. C. Wise No. 2 Carr In th
southwest ,of 24 11-12 Is dry and
abandoned nt 3.007 feet.
Hrokcii Arrow District.
The Chosen Oil rornpiiny No. 3
Thomas In the southwest of 11-19-13'ls
fishing nt 1,200 feet.
Shaffer' No. 8 Cox In thn north
efstnf 17-19-13 Is
i shut down at 1,72(
W. Webster's No, K Hoberts In
'ouihcst ef 24-19-H Is drllllne
at 720 fert
Ileam and others No, 1 Ken In thn
northeast of 2.1-14-18 la a machine
on tho ground.
The J. C. Hlmpson No. 1 Heott In
the southwest of 21-14-18 li spud
ding. With the Oil Men
Frank Hnndernon write from
Oban, Scot hi nd, as , follows. "Am
sending this (picture of n yachting
scene) as It uhows a nlco bit ot
Scotch scenery. This Is quite a ren
devouz (or yachting on tljn west
ct ast. We have been about all over
Hcotlind and are leaving for Glas
gow nnd Irelnnd tomorrow. After
that for Franco for a month. Sail
Ing for home Heptember 26 on tho
'Imperntnr.' bfaven't heard a. word
from the oil country, nnd do not
wnpt to until wo get back." Mr. Hen
derson can rei-t nsnured that he Is
lucky enough to get a well any old
place, nnd need not worry about his
oil business. He went to Louisiana
to (.cjid Koine nf his mrpHis cash,
and mudo a million easily.
A. F. Ourrctt. sales manager for
the Tidal Oasollnc company and onn
Petroleum and Its Products
Kvery day In tlio'jrar our facilities am at your scnrlco for at
quicker and broader market for nil Mid-continent petrol enm
' products. '
Phono O.vaKC 7 100,
Tran.iKrlntlon Building, Chicago.
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
PCTllOLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
Sales nndicneral Offices, O. I'. & II. Uulldlng
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for petroleum products.
MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO.
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
s Klnt N.tlonil lUnk Hide. Tulia, Okla.
Iieal 1lephon Oaag No. 2710
Lone Dlitanct. U I). No. Ill
rurchiisers ot sll prtrotum products for oxpnrt.
Sw Toik No. II Iiroagwty - ' rrl Continental Ilotol
Kxport Trrmlnalt t Avondftln, New OrUena, La.
COSDEN & COMPANY
1UOH OIIADK PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
CONSTANTIN REFINING CO.
Oeneral Offices, Tenth floor First National Hank Dldg.
Reftnerles, TuUa, Devol.
Phono Oaage SO.O.
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. '
Tulsa, Okla., 215 Sinclair Illdg, New York. 120 Droadway
Chicago, Cyinway Bulling.
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
RIALTO 11UILDINO, KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI
TULSA OKKICE, B13 MAYO TtUILDINO
REFINERIES. OKMlT.tJEE AND PONCA CITY. OKLAHOMA
OASOLINE PLANTS. SAPULPA, HIXDY. OKLAHOMA
L. D. GUNN WELDING
Expert shop and field welding. Welders furnished on short notlc
Contract welding on pipe lines, gasoline plants and refineries a specl.i
ID Dealers In welding equipment
Second nnd Lansing street.
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufacturers Cnslnghcad, Absorption and Rltndcd Gasoline
Phono Osage 6220. Tulsa, Okla.
INLAND REFINING COMPANY
lllOH ORADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Office; Sj(5- Cooden Hldg., Tulsa, Okla.
Refinery. Cushlng, Okla.
lllsh Clrade I.ubrlrallni Olla,
i:r-nllie IIKIrra, Mnlh
llellurrr. Hlah. tlkla.
HIGHWAY OIL. REFINING CORPORATION
, HIGHWAY OIL PRODUCTS
General Offices 200-212 Lynch Budding.
Phone 0-9913. Long Distance US
of the most popular nernberii of the
fraternity, left for St. Loulo and tn
rami iii mwiinpg iiia....
If the Flat ot Oklahoma Woutd In
sure Your Home or Your Busi
ness Without Charge Would
Tou Insure With Them 7
To Young Men
Kiiccesa Is more than a matter'ol
thrift and ecpnomythan moot peo
ple Imagine. A young man should
arqulro the habit of saving money.
A savings account will counteract
wastefulness, Insure against poverty
and provide for sickness or declin
Kvery young man of the right
sort ox-pects some day to marry, to
own a homo and to start In busi
ness. Tho first thing such a man
should do Is to ppen a savings ac
count There y much In making
-tn-. Aal viii.i. rleh nlffhhnr
' lh- ..rr-l nf hl fteiirttN. Tin Will
doubtless tell you that It had Its be
ginning In tho habit of saving. The
history of thn lives of all great
builders of fortunes proves the
power of accumulated savings.
The young man who 1 not saving
In youth, Is Inviting a cheerless de
pendent old age. Ilet started, It Is
tho beginning of tho campaign that
Is Important. Hturt a savings ac
count at once, and eneouragn It with
constant deposits and you will soon
have an earning asset ever ready for
use In raso of emergency or business
PRODUCERS STATE BANK
Assets Over $5,000,000.00
4 I NT Kit EST PAID ON 8AV1NOS
Th DSoslts nf this Hank are pro
tected by tho Depositors Guaranty
Fund of thn Ktato of Oklahoma.
7461, 7063 or li. D.
& EQUIPMENT CO.
rKTHOLI-XJI rnontTTs '
Cylinder Sloeka and neflned We.
tloor Jlujo IJIdf,, Tulaa, Okla,
rhona Oeaca Ca
Wenger Armstrong Petroleum Co.
Union Arcade Hldg.
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
nEFINEHB, EXPORTERS AND MARKETERS
Tulaa OfTlce: Cosden Bldg. Phonj 440B
OLD DOMINION OIL & (GASOLINE CO.
10-11 MAYO BLDO.
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
Chicago Office: 10 South Michigan Avenuo
KannM City Office, Tulsa Office, Dallas, Toiaa.
401 Security JJIdg. t 103 Atco Dldg, SOOHogor Bldg!
FUEL OIL, OAS OIL. KEROSENE. NArHTHA. GASOLINE
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS '8$!$.
HOME OFFICE: ' No. 116 Uroad St.; New Tork T-JTOpV
Tenth Floor, Kennedy Hldg., Tulsa, Okla. '"flittr
J29 ennedy Hldg., Tulaa, Okla.
INDI AHOM A "REFINING COMPANY L
uruneries at Okmulgee, Okla.; Boat St. Louis. I1L
BT- I-OmS OFFICE: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BLDG.
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS OF "PARCO" PETROLEUM
Now First Natlonat Bank -Building. TULSA. OKLA.
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
L PHONES OSAOE 6700-01
Manufacturers Pctroloum Products Sales Dept. p
712 New First National Bank Bldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Refineries Lochtejl at Okmulgee, Oklahoma City, Cuehlng, Tonca
City, OkIS,, Independence, Kan., Gainesville, Texas.
i Bales Office Phono 700fi4 416 Unity Hldg., Tulsa, Okla.
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
PRODUCERS, REFINERS, TRANSPORTERS
Waldhelm Bldfj. Richards Bldg.
Kanaaa City. io. TuIsa okla
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR x
R. J. SIIARPE and R. T.VlUSSER, Resident Agenta. Phone J363
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS
St. Louis. Mo., Arcade Bldg. " Tulsa. Okla.. Mayo Bldg.
Chicago. III., Continental Commercial Bank Bldg.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
r REFINERIES AT CUSHING
Sales Office, 20S South LaSalle Street. Chicago
THE PURE OIL CO.
Refineries at Cushlng and Ardmore
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
LIVINGSTON REFINERS CORPORATION
Burkburnett Crude forsalD Petroleum Predicts
438-447 Kennedy Building - AIl Phone3 tizQ
ALL COMMUNICATIONS TULSA, OKLA.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CARS LEASED, REPAIRED AND REBUILT
Geo. F. Brlgham. Southwcet Representative, 1004 Daniel Bldg
Works; Qoftcyvllle, Kons. v Telephono.1180
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
REFINERS OF HIGHEST GRADE LUBRICATING OKI
LUBRITE LUBRICATES RIGHT
Sixty Per Cent Better Labrlcatlng Than Any Other Oil
General Office; Arcade Building gr, Louis M6
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
Sales Offlco 20 East Jackson Blvd.. Chicago
General Office 303 New First National Bank Building, Tulsa Oku
Phones 107 and 3669 ' "R,a-
WE MARKET EVERY PETROLEUM DERIVATIVE
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulsa Office, Cosden Building. General Offices: Chicago, 208 LaSalle.
Street. New York Office: 17 BaUery Place.
M1DCO BLDG., TULSA.
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
IMPERIAL REFINING - COMPANY
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
General Offices: Ft. Worth, Texas. Refinery: Ardmore, Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
nEFINERS OF HIGH ORADE CRUDE
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
107-108-109 COSDEN HLDG.
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
ALL REFINERY PRODUCTS
1008 Daniel Hldg.
PHONE 03AOB 4J3
CONWAY BLDG., CHICAGO
Our Own Tank Cars.
Call Osage 1180