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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, SKPTKMRKR 11, 1020
IN THE OIL FIELDS
Office: 6241
W. H. PECK
Residence 2442
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jlidcoiilincnl Oil and Gas
Tax Medina Today
ii be a meeting ncici 10
a in in the office of the
, rtu Oil & uas association
i proposals to be made to
n5 . f. ,r the formation or. n new
.11 '.tlV
Thi- M I' ontlncnt Oil & Oas ns
. , ,' and tho American retro-
ni , titute, have hcon acting In
,0t-, i i 'his matter and have been
'eitrr n''l m meeting helil by tho
v.., ,i Industrial Tax association
' i u Muitlsun of thp American
i.t'ir .. .m institute of New York Is
in thi fr the purpose of at-
t.'d.nB Hii.- nieetiiiB. It is earnestly
dcsi-'l ''.it large attendance, be
had i- ni.iHei" of Importance to tile
oil inlu-trv will bo discussed
Ur Mit'imn Is In clinige of the
tajtat. ' uK Ountini; division ot
ih, A f i' an Petroleum Institute,
ith mf. ts In Nov York city. He
i. nowe.r well known to a number
of the ii fraternity in Tulsa. as he
ha m.im'alned an office here for
the P 1 -' 4Car
Mi Mitison Is not only concerned
In the ! mmendatlons to be made
to r i Ri'ess of the present law as
rflatrl tn 'he nil Industry. He states
that -n- internal revenuo bureau In
I r of the north inr . f the south
t.ift ot the southcaM of U
The AVtiuSter on complin- has
slnrtrd spudding '" tt.elr tet.t In the
cni' r of the north 'Itie of the north
west of the iontheast of " T -1 3-1 3.
Bush No. 2 First io Get
Third lircak In Lime
I llic first teat to the third hronk
I In the Mississippi lime, has been
Jorlty of the oil cases, making great ""'UKlit In by the Metropolitan Oil
progiesn in th ilimd admims l's en. una nsscnimes in tneir
tratlon of tax returns for the years ;,u,1 ,No , 2- located on the Kyser
191" to 1919. inclusive. i farm In the northcm-l i.f the notth-
ttesi oi uie souinwesi or Hi-JU-n, k,ik
county. Knnsns.
J
I Washington Is throush lt valua
tion st. ion.-, whli h I audits iht nut
OIL AND GAS
NippUra I'rmlurtluil, Mr.
In view of the fact that the re
turns for tho jpar 1!H7 were ren
dered under one law. and the returns
for the two latter years, under a dil-i
ferent law, tho work of administer- j
Ing tho vast number of tax returns
Is a difficult task. , I
. I'Hietlc-nlly all of the producers of
oil aie more, or less fa-nlllnr with
the depletion sections of thp law of
1918.
This section of the law Is undoubt
edly of great benefit to oil producers,
but In order t" enjoy the benefits,
the I urden of pioff is upon the tax
payer, and whllo It nt time seems
that the amount of Information de
manded by the government Is Int-r-mlnable.
It Is well to bear In mind
that the task of administering this
d ffleull section of the law with Jus
tice to the taxpayer and tho gnvcrn
ment n well, Is a stupendous one,
and the taxpayer should freely sup
ply all Information requested as
quickly aH It Is possible for him to
This well not the pay sand a week
a bo, and Is now shut down at lo
feet In, the top belnK found at J.fl'R
feet The well was shot Saturday
last, and was bridged Sou feel, al
tnouRh the oil i niitiniied to ' slosh''
over the top of the canlnR.
The well Is swabblni? 15 barrels
an hour now while It Is being
cleaned. After the bridge wtiM broken
.Monday the oil spouted elear of the
top ot tho derrick several times and
producing n solid stream finm tho
two 2-Inch plpew Into the flow tanks.
That this Is the third break In
the lime, Is the contention of many
practical oil men, and for this reason
the well is of unusual Interest,
The Same company's No. 1 on the
Denton farm, and locnted In the
southeast of 4 -30-3 In an old pum
per. Its Initial production several
months nso bain 60 b.irrels from
the 2,10(1 foot sand Th'ey are now
rlgBltiR up to drill this well deeper.
f "Wit K flOtn Will' V S bll ll' t'
1" th- top of i, it I mt 'ii i 1 s
fee '. nid which i:"' ii' i'"f
in drilling at . .', f- t, l i l ' ' i'
dep h ,s lelnc oerpenul mil. i utit
iar. mm with the nrtjotninit saids in
that locality show that llier is still
a chance for 1he (ti enter part of the
Uutcher sand, s well n the deeper
Vllco i-and
in
I aperH II t- b i
' tl. I Mil ,1 M , A
the witi r m tf i .
nr. at pi "I'ti'tn in n
ar. K'.niK t" Ii "i
should bii to lnriip.
condition, without first ariantinn
for his Itsni.pi'itiitloti lurk
pic fr.. o
ii . .ii i .i
I with tin
, ti, Imw lb.
lh.it no mi"
utiiler pres. 'tit
ti' i
li' .'
Hob KttiRpmld I back from a
trip thmiiKh lvnnsMvaniH ami Ohio.
CI...,..!..,, f,.,. n r.ul f'e V,'II whrf I'e Mslted bu former homes
Sltowiny foi a (,aoa las ) ill in ,,, Ms(w, ..... itra.iford.
The 1-rank Itarnes and others' well '?. ! X , Si:":
In 2H-1H in has f, nun nun feet
gas In the top of fie lintiher sand,
and may be saved as ,i n.is well.
(l( ai llvltv, owlti lo the manufaeturtnK
jnicTiecs mere, inn mac r inuiny.
Ohio, 1 nlKiut an quiet as n griue-ynnl.
ros'TINt'Kn on paok sk bntkkn
M'f7 the Oil Men
President SI. ..in
do so.
MilMi nt llin Intnrmlflnn rpntlr.t . ' CI -P. 17 Jtno rt Ci-.rvf
"' -" I". 1 .l.t 1. Ull l,
ed Is not In existence, and In surhl . . ,
cases It would be well for tho tax-.O lAlClC
payer to promptly advise the I ,Tn Oklahoma Protrudim lie.
enmo tax unit of this fact. That irt-1 fln,nB C(, hng nn usuully
formation which is obtainable RO01, Blrcnk of ,tlrk ,lurI1K , t
should be furnished as It Is used for, (IayH na inrf ,.,),,.,ml its
tin iit'lii'ill. l tun uiAiiijii I. in. in
consequence it is to his Interest to
promptly furnish It The task of tho
depaivmitnt l extremely difficult
No l. Sloan, located one and one
half miles north of the town of
Hreckenridge, Texas, two weeks bro,
the well Is holding up at r.00 bar
rets daily.
WANTfpto buy National Drilling
Mach n. Phone Uhnse 1"8. or
dwge S"1" - Advt.
Ff'H -20 acre lease, nearby
(00 i hum oil well Near Terlton
Addrc- 'J, care World.
MO" fet 6 5.-S, 20 lb., onco run,
112: fno' 10,000 feet 2-lneh 1200
prtssaie used on ground two montr.s
ljc fom mhi feet S 1-1. 2S b., new
12 foot All located one-half mile
north of Weleetka, Oklahoma sec
tion !l 10-11 Inquire Hoom. 12,
P.obrts Budding, or Room 121,
Parkiruon Hotel, Okmulgee. Advt.
PPMPtlt WANTKIi A first class
middle aged nun with family. Want
a man who .n set the production
from 14 sn. I uw wells. Must expect
to work and not simply boss, good
houw water, gas. school. Good pay
lo conipe t man. Address CltUens
Blate uaek Dronson, Kansas.
Have an offset to a big well In
pggN dwilct in which I will let n,
fiw part rs join mo for a sixty-fourth
or t..i ly-sei ond interest. Must have
immediate action. Hox 992-D. care
World -Advt
Will te.l S ar Drilling Machine
complei. with tools, located In ne
ve .-i--,'. .rv and will give contract
for irrmed nto operations. 803 Mayo
Illdg T l.j. Okla. llox 992-D, cue
W oriel - Adt N
and their situation is one In'whlrti;
the taxpayer should glvo all tho as
sistance possible and furnl.h It
promptly
Mr. Mnttlson states that while the
American Petroleum Institute does
not seek to handle Individual cases
before tho department nt Washing
ton, It does undertake to render ad
visory service to Its members, and
will be glad to give any advisory as
sistance possible at any lime upon
r .Mr8 Mnttlson is a certified pubiic Rivcrland-Amcrcda Doubles
accountant, formerly of Houston. -.;,, ;
i.irtn. in- nufi rvni iv ..riiiiih.,...
The same company's Nn 4 Sloan.
was completed Tuesday of this week
and Is flowing SO nrrels per hour
natural, from Die .1,100 to 3,150-foot
pay.
In tho Osage the O. P. Ac II., Nn.
7S well on tho Whiting Osage, In
11-27-10. Is making 300 barrels dnlly
after the shot The sand was found
at 1,278 tect.
earlv In the vcar 19IS by n number
of oil producers on the gulf coast,
and the larger part of his time slnco
that date hns been spent In Wash
ington, where ho has been continu
ously engaged In tax matters beforo
the department. He has been close
ly associated with Judge John J.
.Shea, and since January of this year
has maintained an office In Tulsa
under the firm name of Mattison &
Dowllng. certified accountants.
He Is well and favorably known to
many of the old gulf coast operators,
such as W. H. Oray and other promi
nent operators of this city.
FOR SVLE- 1500 ncres leafe near
Ctaiem. and No. 17 Idecker m.i
ihmf A.1 Iress 131 Cleveland, Okla
-Adu
T!PK
elthei
itat" p
ur.p n
press .r
1" i. I
WANTKD -15 miles of
1-1. 15 or 10 Inch gas lines,
f uelght. age, kind of coup-
tie atle to hold 500 U .
Want prlco f. o. b. car.
s 1.91 Advt.
F" SALE - New casing and tubing
h " 'b railnc. 10 inon tu-iu
8 1-4. J lb . 6 5-S, 24-lb., 5 3-16, 17-
: . i . h 4b. and I 1 -2 lti(tm-
Irr Ph .ne Osaite 6414. P. O. (llox,
ukl.i. - Advt.
.!. car 15 V, In. 70-lb ; car
i0-lh . car 10- In. 40-lb.;
:v 35. lb 2 c'nrs S '-i In. 2R-
i. In. 24-lb.. 3 cars 6i in
ir 6 In. 21-lb.; 2 cars 6S
I. car 5 3-16 In. 17-lb. 2 In..
4 4 lb. tubing. Alno large
( used casings, new and used
The Itlvirl'ind (il company
Amerada Petroleum company well,
which came in about six weeks ago
a big producer, and which has been
holding up nt 1,150 barrels dnllv
from the Wilcox, was given a small
shot Thursday afternoon. Increasing
Its production to moro than 100 bar
rels per hour. The well is in the
northeast of the northwest of the
bOtlthwe&t of 11-14-11
Big Wclfln the Florence
Pool
The Tidal Oil company has what
ln,i. Mlia t RnA l,.-,.l t.'All l llm
Gusher" Creating 2.450 foot sand, in its test in 16-24-1.
l'lorenco pool, Kansas. It Is but one
foot In the pay, and has a little
water, the well is swabbing 25 bar
rels an hour or better.
Dingwall Shooting Today
,1. Alex Dingwall. Jr , Is shooting i
his first well In 2S-1R-5 west of
dishing today and hns what looks
like a 75 or 100-barrel well.
Blue Rock
Sensation
Tho nine Rock Oil company's big
well southeast of Okmulgee, and
located nt the center of tho east
line of the southeast of tho north
east of 2S-13-13, Is flowing 60 bar
rels per hour by actual guage, at but
Z1 reel in the sand lopped at 1,725
feet. .
This well U not only a record
nreauer tor wnai is practically un- , r . . . a jr nr;i;
proved territory, hut proves up the UnailC8l ana UUll uniting
fourth pay sand, which have, been J)ccncr
encountered at approximately 1.415 1 '
teet, 1,700; 1,500 and around 2.000 The Midwest & Onlf good well, In
feet. I the southwest of the southeast of
The same company Is offsetting , ;o. 15 io which crea'ed some ex
this big producer, which Is No 2.citement last Sunday when i' becan
for the lease. No. 1 coming In sev-
eral months ago at 800 barrels The
new offset will bo located In thi.
northeast corner of the outheast of.
the northeast of 28.
The rjypsy Oil company is also ,
offsetting the big well, In the south ,
west corner of the northwest of the
northwest of 27-13-13.
Coprland A- Wilder have a rig lip
to offset it to 'he east In the south
ast of the northeast of 28-13-13 I
and locations are being made j
In section 17-13-13, Cooper nnd
associates have the top of the sand
nt 1 SS0 feet, and have the hole full
of oil from the 1 816 to 1 821 foot
pav This well Is located In the cen-
"POPULAR rOM OINIHATIONl"
A Pnrartloi. of
COMPOUND COPAIUAand CUBEDS
AT YOUR DRUCG1ST
A.V far BT I4AME ONLY.voM Substitution
A M., belter known as 'Ted h
Mepks, In back from Pre. In i.t i.U'
Texas, nnd sas that his pi !' t Ion
nprtheu-t of that lown, If holding ii.
remnrkiililv well, and that In- fti i
well, which Is six montlis "I.I, U
making 140 barrpls, nnd ovei :0
000,000 gas, and never made nmi.
than 200 barrels at the beginning
lie SHyi the gray lime is f.O i i mil
snnd 111 lhal vlcinll, nd natur.ilh
tho wells hold up better than In mv
other part of Tcx.ki lie Is a mm:..
northeast of tho Sloan lease ntnd
by the n P, & II., Mr. Meeks hh
that Tevus Is going to pull a bin
republican vole tills fall, slid that
everybody Is 3Kslnt the league of
nations.
II. A. Josev Is back from an cast
em trip and my lint the flnatn i.'
situation In New York Is ImprnUne ,
rapidly, owlnir to the fad that 'b'
people have come to !he cont'liiH.ni
thnt there Is no doubt but thai I
Ilnrdlng will be elect.-d President
this fn'1 He avs that six men riding
In a sleeper, when the league of na
tlons was brought up for dlscusslm
cotintnl noes nnd found that five
were ngnlnst tho league, and four of
them. Including Mr. Jcmey, woro old
lime Democrats.
O. II. I.elih, of the ,1. Alex Ding
wall Jr, Oil company returned bntni
yesterday from a short business tttf
to Saint I.ouls
- 4
Mis. Thelma Wells, who got her
start In the oil business as assistant,
oil editor on The World, and who
hns been during the last two years,
nnd n half operating as nn oil pro-!
dtirer In tho llurkhtirnette field. Is
In the rltv and says Hint she Is go .
Ing to drill a few moro wells, this
time In Kentucky. Miss Wells saysi
that she think that 'If entucky Is I
going to bo one of the leaning cm
fields of the country. May good luck
go with her!
Judge John J. Shea. I back from
Prance, nnd says that the devast.t
tlon In the war zone Is even worse
than has been pictured In the nows
"
- -
5100 a Month Income
A Jtlll llitirrt III lids Njmllrllt
will pgr P" "inilt'i lnrme m
l.n.l. of nl) Imrrel ilUy imi
iliifllon. Hjn.llmte riiutn.l Ii""'11
Inwl .if J'l are illrrrllr i..1..Im
lli Klriliirlli imiperlr oil wl.l.ll
rilii urn cimilliK In for 100 liatrNs
mid lirllrr. ,
Arre ! In new lmllo flrlil
llli to lirliirlnic iinili tlrl
SMI mill Muml lit "Ml f''l "'I''".
tt'.lls rt only :l,nfl Ii. rofti-
j.l.t.. iin.l p "ill niilclil)-.
Lrt drlllliiK In 30 l. ,,r"!
one or more wflU p. mmitli, nnd
lime mini for Hi) in Hie tntrt.
siiiiri.ii i.r.T ifiti-iim-. -
AMI SOON IUVI! VAI.I Mil l.
I'ltciiirciMi ami im'omi: rmii'-
KIITV.
A Illll lnlere.1 nl H.OlHli it 4Flh
MIMM n UUll JK'. Jloney I. for
tlrvrlopmrlit mil) Ittol Ill-Id In trilM
until i.x-il. IjhIi lnliT.l lioulil
pu for ll.lf In " few nliitlt
llm lliionie continue lllilefllillrl,
mill lnrriM.e "lib eirry ell
liroiiKlit I".
'I til I oplwirtimlly lo iMVonie pnrt
oiwicr of ItlKl-iu-rf prnrrn trivil and
In lilt wrll ilrlllnl on II. (Inly '
fp llllMiIil Intrrtts rrlilrtlll. ulck
hi tlon I ni-.-eMiry. Ire rr.'rifc
llon mill mnll rlierk tinlay An.ltn
tnriit of liilert-il timl lunik rrtrr
rni.1. M'nt llilliinlliitrl) .
Syndicate No. 1
. O. Ilus 639, 1 uki, Oklfu
Iron w nt K-
I trip hf i-
1 for f t j i p 1 1 i
i InlH for
i ihi nhi ih.iin
th" OklAlmmri 1
h li i n .ti i .iriKtiw
l i i iii'TiH hi arnl ivpt
ii -r 1 1 1 1 li( ( i ncrrn
Houston, Fiblo
iS: Company
cif Kalis is f'llv. Mo
MICMIPP..! NKW VOIIK
STOI'K rriIANOn and fill
CAHO pnAltD OK THAIH:
Hloeks I'.iinds, Ornln and i'ot
tun stitilntd cm nnd Hub
slllnv sin. k New Vork mnl
I'.iiHtnn riirl. l.ll.elty llnnds
HuiiKtit an I Ho Id Ptlvale Wlre
(11 W II ( ItOH III Pf, Mgr
l. li'pliiiur ()agi H20II. Nn II
I jiM I'Miirth St., I'iiKi. Okla
lywtiif ci,tBvratwwiTiirfliit,i -.wwimij j unnu tn iijfiMiiixiiaittMwsaBiBiwwii
Anderson & Guslafson,hlc-
Refiners & Marketers
or
Petroleum and Its Products
I'trry day In the jear our fiiclllllt' nn' nl jour M'nlcm for a
quicker unit brnailcr tiuiiki't fur nil Mlil-ruiitliii'iit ik'UdIcuiii
jirtHtuiils,
Pliono OviKo " mo, 7 401. 71111.1 or I.. I). I X
ltni'iM'.itir.s
rrsillNfi, OUI.A. COMr.MIUIS, OHIO.
For
!2i,
car 11
. a
h.
4 a- 1
ltoi-k
! ir h t-inch md 4-inch line pipe
li'i '"ii ned -aslng. abandoned wells I
nj rjoodman .tlllngold. 325
lnt-il Na'ir.nal Hank B!dg., Tulsa.
fi0- '.sage 116 4. 48?5 Advt.
Oil Properties
R. E. LYNCH
Phone Osage 6285
Tulsa
um:iTim be safe
l THAN SORRY"
If the Ftate of Oklahoma Would In
uif Your Home or Your Uusl
nes Without Charge Would
1(iu Insure With Them?
Cosluglirocl Ons Ileports, Meter
Tiwtlng, flan Testing
E. W. LA MARR
'212 Old World llldg.
NEW CASING USED
m:w
4,700 ft H, M I'll'tnw
2 r HVi-tS lirrr.
rsri)
ICK1 tret JO-JO rutlllnc.
l.r.fKI frrt l'."i Ml I imlilllK.
2 '00 Iret 10 4 I U X c'umhlUR
1,1.511 feel S'-4-: K tlirel (nailing,
TliU .unIiic litnl onrr In dry liolr,
111 flr.t tUiMi. c oinlltloii.
p-EXCttANGEr,
hone CVdar ."Oil
New Iicatloli. "3- Iijlicli llldg.
cash i on voi it on. ritoiii ri.vo
llOYAI.Tir.S
We are In ho m.fk.l m purrhake
See or write ul
IIKVKI.OI'MKNT CO..
Miljo Illill.. Tul,i, Okbi.
WE OFFER FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT
THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL
70-lb new casing.
60 -lb, S. II. cas-
I.P.T xoniiNo ni: LOST.
"Ou'snie the sphero of man. there
u nn uch thing as waste. To tno'
muM lt nqthlng be lost" nature i
mar. nes, sunbeams never forget It.
ir N never omit It. atoms never
"fu it homage, planets inces- i
"at' i, hey t, enmcts tirelesily
ml. iv it. fountains flash to I's
mi' ' r-undrnps patter to Us mel
runlets flow on forever, glanc ,
"S I'r'tllng. moving responsive to,
"s m i-.tr Why should there be any
wa'' with man? The holiest the.
Jur- ,,f sentiment. Is found in tho
""f '.f iho lr." .' b'jllder The sen
'in "r '.iMsm nf tlie home builder is
nr v strangles vice, chastens
sui ness. curbs desire, breeds
'ha' ' infuses gentleness, makes
a' r ti eg, Uftj, heavy burdens, binds
P I- knn hearts, plucks up roots of
ness cheers desolate life, bat-
50-lb. S. II. lino
with wrong, rnd leaves to the
wnf rt:rcip over a misspent life
man Is to have a mansion In
r he had better get hold of
If
ore. k nd of a ,.nn nn e.irth. sn IhAt
nt ) (.now how to behave under
'J ,v.illling espcnencis of owner
ihip "
PRODUCERS STATE BANK
Acts Over $5,000,000.00
ir- ly EHEFT PAID ON SAA'INGS
neposus of this Dank are pro
i itI ay -he Depositors Ouaranty
-f the SUto of Oklahoma.
When you want to STf'TlE your
homo's furnishings or any part
of them ronicmber that w
offer you
A Clean Storage Building
Expert Storace
Scrvico
Our storage isn't any old n'.ace.
but It 1 a placo where YOU can
store your articles without mis
givings. Tulsa Storage and
Transfer Co.
e-0-Stnrago 3413
600 ft J5'2
1,000 ft. 11! V
Ing
6,00(1 ft. i:
pipe.
1.S00 ft. 10" 40-lb. S. II. nycrs
W. I.
1,000 ft. 10" 40-lb 8. II. cas
ing. 2 060 ft. lo" 35-lh now casing.
4 ii ii ft. 10" 36-lb S. II. oaslng.
;,f.oo ft 10" 32-lb 8. II. casing.
2 nod ft 8 1-4" 32-lb new casing.
5.000 ft. R 1-1" 32-lb 8. II. A-l
casing.
20 7i0 ft. 8 1-4" 28-lb now cas
ing.
8,750 ft. 8 1-4" 2S-lb. 3. II. cabl
ing.
1,500 ft. 8 1-4" 24-lb. new cas
ing
6,000 ft. 8 1-1" 17-lb. R. II.
easing.
4.000 ft. 8 1-4 24-lb, 8. II. cas
ing
1,342 ft. 6 5-8" it. lb. new eas-
Ing
4,000 fL 6 6-S" 26-lb. H II. cas
ing 4,ooii ft 6 5-8" 21-lb new cas
ing 30,000 It. 6 5-8" 20-Ib. now cas
ing. 6.000 ft. 6 5-3" 20-Ib S. II. cas
ing. l,r.7i, ft. 6 6-8" 17-lb. new cas
ing. 16,100 fL 6-8" 17-lb. S. II. cas
ing. 3,600 ft. f, 6-R" 13-lb. new Head
ing casing.
1,500 ft. " new line.
I.400 ft. fi" 8. II. line.
22,900 ft. 5 3-10" 17-lb new cas
ing. 5,000 ft 5 3-16" 17-lb. S. II.
caslntf.
7,000 fi. 4" 8. H. Ilrjo plpn.
5,000 ft. J" 8. II. lino plpo.
60,000 f L 8" 1,800-Ib. test line,
new.
1,000 ft. SV 8 " "ne PlP'
8.000 ft 2" 8 II. line pipe
20.000 ft. 2" 4 4 -lb. new tubing
15.000 2" 4 -lb. 8. II. tubing
Also various other irlzeb pipe, and a complete string of tools from 22"
dcjvn to 6 5-8. 22-15VJ and 12 V bits used once, isaianre tools
brand new.
Tulsa Pipe & Supply Co.
Tort Worth Texan,
Wafroncr llldg.
General Office, 10.12 N UwixmI
l'liiines Osago 5317 anil "OUli.
IIILA.M H oriTt IS.
I'ltlsburgli, I'a
McGciigh llldg
Okinulgc-o, Okla
I'clofflc-.' llldg
OI'.NI ItAI, (H'l'iriM
Traii-iKirlntlnci liullilltig, Clilcngti,
VVungcr Armstronpr Petroleum Co.
D.inlel 111, 1ff
Tulsn (ikla.
M MIK'I'fl.HM
Tr inspin mill, n llldg,
(')ili'ilgo III.
fnlon Arrsde tlldr
I'ltlRhMiKh, I'.i.
Andrews ntrtg
Hilins, Texas
UNION M0TROl,KUAL COMPANY
rnisa ot,uJl'V!u"Jv",vriihH AN" x,A"ltRT
1 " ,"'1' l'hon . 4 403
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
OOOtl OAHDl.INR
910-1.1 M, Yti lit nn
1-1 n- 1'IIONH OflAOI! 6 1.12
ACMEPIOTKOLKUMCO.
s,, ntv om'T" f'",'i "K-
I'M W.enntv lildK in, u" ,, ' , . n'","" Toxns,
l'l'IU. nll.f HAH OH , K 111 t ( ) H 15 N I J si I 1 1 T 1 1 A , (.
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
l'IIoni'('i;ns AND UKI'INICltH
1"'1v',m"!?''"',' Nn ""'H'1 '"' Vrl
lentil . ,,r, imniini, ,,,p Tuls-n , cilcln
Kennedy Hldx , Tiiisn, (lkl.1.
INDTAHOM A REFINING COMPANY
Heflnerles nt Okmulgee, dkl.i ; Mast St. I.ouls. III.
ffTIXM-ls on.'icp;. ,,;,;t u, kkshhv,, ANK .j,
HHANCIir.H
I I IMA
KANSAS CITY
ul' l.OHS
nit wenrs
i 'out woin ii
U K ill l. I VI.I.S
KAN I'll AM IS( O
AM. I Si A, (.A.
nit wen i "m
cuvi'ia.vn
M W HIIIK
hiutuv i:i'out
WITH THE LIVE ONUS IN
THK REFINING BUSINESS
OKLAHOMA PRODUCING, & REFINING CORF.
of Anu rici
I'KTIMH.KrM AND ITS I'HODIICTH
Sales nnd (ieniiul ( if fle.-s, (. I'. & ll. Ilulldlng
TiiIhii, Okl.ihum.i
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for petroleum products.
MlNNKAl'OI-IS AND miCAOO.
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
I'llM Nnlli.linl lUnk IIIiIk , Tul... Okla. .
I.i, oil Til.1'1 i, (is.iK'i Nu llo
IjiiK illi.l.ce, I,, ll N. Ul
I'nrclitilfiB of U iimulMiin (iriMluru lor eiport,
HAI.UH tirl'ICIlBl
n York No. 1 llrns.lway Paris -contlnrnt.l lli.lnl
l..l.nrt rvrminaia ul Avunuair, o.w uricaii, 14.
THE ALLIED REFININfi COMPANY
I'RODl'CKHH AND KKKINHUH OP l'HTItOMJU.M
leneral Offices. 4 If, Kennedy llldg, Tubu. Heflnery, Okmulgee, Okla.
i'ini.Ni;s (isAni: nr. sr.ai
Ocncinl Offlci'H. Secuilty llldg.
Kuiisas City. Mo.
Th lingo Office.
The Hookciry
producers & Refiners corp.
I'llODIH'KHS AND HHI.'INICItH III' "fAHCO" l'HTKOI.nUM
I'llODUCTH
New l'lrst National llnnk Ilulldlng. TIII.HA OKIV
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
I'lIONIJH OHAOI3 6700-01
Msjiiifn. lurers Pelrnleiim I'rndurts -Haley, Dept.
712 Now l'lrst Nntloiml llnnk llldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Hefltierles Localcd at Okmulgee, Oklahomn City, r.inhlng. l'oncn
ui "V ,n'(l 'n'lepeiiilenc.., Kan, f l.ilncHVllln, Tonas,
Hale Office, .n.ono 7006. .lit; Unity B Tulsa, Okla.
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
I'HODUCHHH. HHPINIJIIH, THANHI'OUTHHs
Waldhelm HUiC ... ,
Kansnmy. .Mo. ",c'ttIrt
' ' Tulsn, Okla,
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
CORPORATION
It. J. nilAltl'P. and It. T. MUHHIHl, Itenl.lent Agents. i.hono .j,,
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
i( rivr
Ht. I.ouls. Mo.. Arcade. llldg, t,,,,, okl
Chicago. Ill . Contlnenlnl Commercial llnnk nidB.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
UUPINICHIH.H AT CUHIIINU
Halco Offlco, 208 pouth IjiSallo Street. Chicago
TH E PURE OIL CO.
Henneries nt CuBhlng nnd Ardmoro
SOUT li E R N OIL CORPORATION
l'irntOMlCM I'llODI CTH
Tulsa office-620-621
Kennedy llldg.
Ilefitiery
Vale, Oklahoma
COS DEN & COMPANY
moil oradi: rin-itot,;uM i-hoducts
Tulsa, Oklahoma.
CONSTANTIN, RFFJNING CO.
atnernl Of fie" s, Tenth flour I'iist Nnllcuml Il.iuk llldg.
Heflnerles, Tuta.i, Di vol.
l'hone Osnge 60; 0.
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
I'nTH'iI.HI'M rilODUOTH.
Tulsa, Okla.
215 Kim lair llldg. New York, 120 lir'udwny
Chicago, Conway Ilulldlng.
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
(IKNKKAt. OI KICKH
IUAI.TO Illtll.DINi:. K ANHAS CITY, MISHOI'HI
TCI.BA Ol-'PICi:. 610 MAYO HtJII.DINfl
nprts-ritiKH. okmcwikb and ponca city. Oklahoma
iASoI.lNn PLANTS, HAPt'LPA. I1IXI1Y, OKLAHOMA
L. D. GUNN WELDING & EQUIPMENT CO.
Pmeri shop and fldd welding Weldeis furnWbed on short notice
contra' t willing n l,,P'' "",B- KaHne pbints ,.nd r.-flncrles a sperlnl
IH De.-.leis in welding e (iiilpri.'-nt and supplies.
Second and UinMng street. Osag" 783 1
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufai 'urc is Cuslnghoad, Absorption and HP-ndcd Oas' lino
Phono Osagt- 6220 Tulsu. Okla
INLAND REFINING COM P ANY
1111,11 OHADK PKTHOLHL M PHODUCI8
(ifflie: 805-0 Cusden llldg., Tulsa, ukla.
Hcflni-ry. Cushing, Okla.
OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY
HMD. OKLA.
HP. H C.KADK I irritOLKt M PH'MJUCTB PHOM (;AHIIBIl CIII'lli;
TRIANGLE SALES COMPANY
Ci I.IMiLH HTUCKH
206-J07 Kennedy IHiil'H' g Pli'.ueji Osage l.iJO-5821
BIGHEART PRODUCING & REFINING
COMPANY
HSt I'.KTI III'.H Al t. I'MIKH Kl M I'ltOIIITTH
lllch Orada Ijiorliallns '"la. Cjrllnder St.irka and lufln.il Wai.
I'lrriitlle (llli.ra. Mnlli I lunr Muju 1 II .1 4T-. Tulau, Ilkli.
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
LIVINOKTON ItHPINHHM COHPOHATION
Iluikliurnett Criidn for sale Potroleiim Products
43S-4I7 Kennedy lUilldlng All PIu.ne 0420
ALL CciMMCNlCATIONSTDLSA, OKLA.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CAH8 LKAKLD, ItHPAIHHD AND KHUL'ILT
(ieo I'. HrlKham. Koutliwest Kcprcscntutlvo, 1001 Daniel llldg.
ivoiks i orieyvllle, Kilns. Tulephonn 1180
UIAUU CLEVELAND
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
I LI.SA AUDMOIIE
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
HLl INLItS OP IIIOIIKKT (IHADi: LHIIHICATINU OIL1J
l.UHHITK LUI1UICATHH ItRIHT
HUty Per Cent Hotter Lubricating Thun Any Other Oil
Oeneral oflitii. Arcadu Ilulldlng Ht. Louis, Mo,
,
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
PKTHOLIH'M PHODIJCTH
Sales Office 20 Last .In. kson Illvd , ChlcnRn
(lenornl Office- 305 New First Nallnnal llnnk Ilulldlng, Tulsa, Okla,
Plinn.-s 107 and 3li li J
Wli MAHKIJT BVKItV PHrHULHl'M D11HI VATIVH
Phone 4 5 22
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulsa of fin . losden Ilulldlng. (Jenernl Offlcis: Chlingo, 2U8 UiSalle
Street. New Ymk Office! n 11,-iti.ry Plate.
MIDCO HLDll , TL'LKA. CONWAY 1ILDO , CII1CAOO
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
PpciDI.CI-.HH
HLI-i.NHKH
MAHKMTlSna
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
l'LTUOLIJI M AND ITis I'ltoDLCTM
(leneial (iff., cs ! t. Worth, Texas. Heflnery: Ardmore, Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
ULl'lNHKH OK lll'JH tiHADK CHUDH
pONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
.. ... - itlrlirrtrl. Okllk.
ll,,,,-..
I'liuin, n.agt (,000
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
illlillWAV fill. I ' I' '! ' c'TK
'.eneral ciffi.c 'I: I I li'iildr g
J) Phono O S313 I '.IK o i:4
J. F. CAMPION OILS
- PHUMl'T tillUVH-H -i07-HO
K03 COSDKN HLDU.
PIlONLIi UI5
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
ALL I.I. I - 1. 1 1 . I'K"I 1
, r.,,1 1. 1 r. .ig
Ca I cuagu 1110
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