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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, September 11, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Image 16',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
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Oklahoma produced more than 24,000,000 barrels of oil the second
quarter of 1920 ending June 30. More than 1,500 companies had a
hand in this production and The Oil Weekly of September 1 1 shows who
these companies are, and the production by companies in detail. This
is a sworn report and may be taken as absolutely accurate. The namca
of more than 200 NEW PRODUCERS appear on the list.
Oklahoma's Refining Capacity Is What?
'Only 77 of the 1 13 refineries completed or under construction in
Oklahoma at the present time are operating," begins one of the most in
teresting compilations on the refining situation in Oklahoma another
exclusive feature of the September 1 1 issue of The Oil Weekly. The per
centage to capacity which Oklahoma's refineries are operating, and a
smular article on Kansas, together with other interesting data on Mid
Conlincnt refining capacity, compiled by a staff man of The Oil Weekly,
will make this issue worth filing for reference.
What Will Freight Rate Advance Cost Industry?
Independent refiners have been up in arms about the rate advance re
cently authorized but what will this rate advance really mean in dollars
and cents and will the refiner really have to bear the burden? An in
teresting discussion and some practical figures on this matter will be
found in the September 1 1 issue of The Oil Weekly.
How Much Gasoline?
A publication that has dedi
cated the largest staff of any oil
publication to the task of pre- -scnting
the world's oil news IN
A FORM THAT MAKES IT
POSSIBLE TO FIND WHAT
YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
WITH THE MINIMUM
AMOUNT OF TIME, should de
serve the busy oil man's consid
eration. The Oil Weekly is do
There is nothing SENSA
TIONAL about The Oil Weekly,
but you'll find much about it that
he Oil Weekly is an oil
Its reports on drilling
and completed wells are
usually a wee or more
earher than those in other
oil puhheationi and
they arc written without
prejudice for or against
Hie companies operating.
It contains articles of. practical value
to the field superintendent, the land de
partment man, the driller, the refinery
man, the office man in short, every
body connected with oil
It records the movements of oil men,
the progress of refinery and production
development in the United States and
in foreign fields.
It is spending more money to give the
oil man a real oil magazine than any
other oil publication in the United
It has paid representatives who
cover the California, Wyoming, Mid'
Continent, Eastern, Texas, Louisiana,
Mexican and South American fields,
and from its bureau at Washington,
as well as from Buenos Aires and
Tampico it is giving the American oil
man the news of the tvorld.
How much "gasoline in stock at the close of July? Not quite as inter
esting now as then, it is true, but the effect of the beginning ofthe auto
mobile's own season was to cut a big slice. The "slice" is described in
figures in a special article from Washington.
MEXICAN TAX CLARIFIED
Much confusion has been occasioned recentl y in importing circles, as to just what is the tax
that must be paid the Mexican government on export crude from that country. A new circular
from the Mexican government clarifies the situation and shows just how much the new tax
Other Features in September 11 Issue
OIL WEEKLY ON SALE AT
You wil find The Oil Weekly on snlo at the fol
lowing news stands in Oklahoma, but if you are un
able to purchase it from your news dealer, write the
Mid-Continent office of The Oil Weekly, 225 Atco
Bldg., Tulsa., and a copy will be mailed you. The
Oil Weekly is $4 per year. The subscription price,
however, will be raisod to $5 per year on October 1.
Subscriptions may be addressed to The Oil Weekly,
Mid-Continent office, 225 Atco Bldg., Tulsa.
TULSA NEWS STANDS
C. & W. Cigar Store, corner Third tend Main.
Boston Cigar Store, corner Third and Boston.
Marcus News Stand, Third street.
Pullman Cigar Store, 308 South Main.
Smokewell Cigar Store, 222 South Main.
Tulsa Hotel News Stand, Tulsa Hotel.
Tulsa Indian Trading Co., 314 South Main.
Kctchum Hotel News Stand, Ketchum Hotel.
OKLAHOMA CITY NEWS STANDS
Lee Huckins Hotel News Stand, Lee Huckins Hotel.
Stevenson Daily News Agency.
OTHER OKLAHOMA NEWS STANDS
Frederick News Stand, Frederick.
Harold Kelly, Granficld.
Chas, A. Lcyh, Okmulgee.
Sims Pharmacy, (Enpirc City) Duncan.
Varner Bros., Pichcr.
Mable Fry Cigar Stand, Bartlesvillc.
Postoffice Cigar Stand, Bartlesvillc.
All Rumanian oil will bo handled by one concern & new company,
recently formed, says an advice from London, which also carries the1
announcement of a new production campaign in Rumania.
The Texas Company's big well down on the Gulf coast, which Ji
to date produced more than $4,000,000 worth of oil, has dropped from
26,000 to 10,000 barrels a day, flowing through the drill stem. A staff
article advances the theory that the well is possibly producing from
cap rock instead of sand.
The navy has changed its specifications on gasoline.
The quality of oil for export has been raised, says a despatch from
Washington. The detaiU are worth reading.
Reports of wildcat operations in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana,
as well as other states.
Many Other Features of Interest
Topics of the Aiieuit 7 lfciio of Tho Oil Weekly,
shotting tin) production by companies of Oklahoma
for tho first qinirU'r of 1020, may bo weured for 15
cents H,r' copy unci . renin for postiiKe by wrltlnjc
tho Tulwx office of thin publication. The, f Inures on
Tenia production alo mny be obtained at (lie name
rate from the TiiIni office.
Published at Houston Offices and Correspondents at Dallas, Los Angeles, Washington, D. C, Buenos Ayres,
Wichita Falls, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Tampico
TULSA HEADQUARTERS, 225 ATCO BUILDING