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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1920.
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I IN THE OIL FIELDS
Offices C241
W. IL PECK
Residence 2-142
OIW MAUKilr tIL'OTATIO.NS
Tinnaylvanla .1119 Hnn.r ....... JJ
:nJ mm I.M nunnl. .......
turning 1.71 ICana.. A Oala 1
Cab.ll ........ t It )l.Mtnn ..... '
Vim.ra.t Ill rnr.i'-.n tr l
IJUslanil ..... l.ll C'omlran llilit, I
perth I.lm .. Ill Klwtra . ...
jtouth l.i m ., I,l ll.nryttu ...
Indiana ...... 1 1.1 notr
irirmoutti .... 141 Markt .......
rclncrton ..,,177 llurkburntU
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dull luron ... t.H ll.wiu
Croi ""'"""iieU
l.t fla.ntln
ii N.piii ;;;
Karoa.n. " 5 SU
iu on
w oil
Today tho younger gener-nllim ot
wll men Mill Join with tin. old tlnmin
,Jn culobmtltiif tho ioinpittm "f
tflrst ell well, owl wlil do iHMmr t
.Colonel IJhukc. tlio fathnrof Ui In
dustry. . , ,
"llllf Wll" Hoffman, win has b -voted
many yearn, nn.l in" h rtn"
to tho Dmkn Mnmorlnl A't latum,
iuwI Edwin .0. Boll, who ki..i ill"
rtrst nnmo d nil tin- old lmr. . mwl
w7ro lioldH ly mutual i'ent 'he. f
flco t "Keeper f Jlec.irds and
Heiila." for tho eaitim fraternity, afii
In iickimcyn, thero iii n. delegation
Efram TltiiBVlUe, oonsltlng of I' .
31. Ilowland. John W. .Culdive.ll, uvl
JL. 11. Carter, tho lnltcx a 'n of
Oolonel U. T. Carter, nndl cliiilrman
f tho Hf-aiil of I)ltvctor, and nil
rlh.w havo anado tlm Joiiraoy frutn
tnturrvillo to otillst Q" ' """"
tho Mld-CMiucnt In. tho gTWU work
f pcrpotuotliiK tho memory of
kfelonol (UroJio. und Ut fvnntiinlly
Ijcund on oil innn'n homn, Unit will
Snho catw ot Om lantwt i!Mll)lo
Wubor of illndhlM M i""" w'u'
Giuvo ncKloctwl to nv up inraliiNt
j-Klny ily, nid havo not Ituiilo rro
rvljiJoti for oll' W).
V That Talwv will ronpottd nrtily.
jrooH wltlucrat myliiff. The porBontiei
t Mm oommltti'o In I'hnrKOi Ituar
uitcJi a lllxjial n?"Kiimo arwlinw
OIL AND GAS
Umc Pniirllrt l-rwlurtlon, l!l".
Bllclt District. 1C-10. "Will rcll 32nil
atoyalty lntent In proilucliu; and
"developing loano. A jcal buy If
tnHon at onco. ddrcns Uox 188-A,
caro "World. Aitvt.
nfn rriu lirinir our Osaco County
' Map and tho othcrB on tho mnrkut
to your offlco for compurlBon. Oniko.
Okln. MnppltiB Co., 1'hono Oa(o
7360. Advt.
Have Rood drilling proposition In
OiwRe. located on ntmcturo with
oftect well In IBirUfcHVlllo Band to
ulrlll. AVI11 asHlKn for elKhth Inton-Ht
'for complete woll and Binnll bonun.
Addrcsa box 1S8A, caro ot "World.--'Advt.
Will Klvo half Intta-cBt In ICO nenm
In 16-10. for woll If Htnrted at once.
jAddrt'Bti Jjox o"iu " "
, AdvU
I'dt HAU3 "y owner complotp
Htrlns of cjiBlnc contalnlntr SOD
' ifcct 15 1-3 Inch 70 iwind; 1320 feot
12 1-S Inch DU-pounii! i,mu wi -
"inch 0-pound; 2.002 fett 8 1-4-lncli
32-nound; near Pawnou: part of
each nlzo run
419-J.
onco. Call C)snu
HALIV-At tho rlBhi price, 2,000.ft.
8 5-8 24-lbJ 2.000-tt 0 6-8 20-11.;
1.800 ft. 0 5-8 17 lb.; 3.500 foot 2
Inch, 4-lbi tuhltiB 2,00 ft, 2-lmih
4luo pipe, 1 flUindard rlir and or.o too
barrel Bteol tank and nuo 250 bnrrol
'lank, one 25-H.r. "cod hum enKlno
nnd o. lot of flttlnk's. Call Owmo
C771 or Oaago 4320.
l'or Bale A complete Btrln of
Btandard drlllliiB IooIh, and a No. 3
tj, ,ti,.r,,. i DrllUnir niuclilno. Call
Oaco 1744 after 5 p. n, Osago
il807. Advt.
Now raalnn and tubtnR
1 nil nlwiH from 15 1-2, 70 lb. to C
I3-1S 17 lb. Homo Jiero ini nouiu in
Itmnrtt. Phono u-mi or wnu .
Cx'iioM. Tulwa, Okla. AdvU
tl vatt HAI.H 12 1-3 In. 80-lb; car
3C.tTl.t40.lb: car. 10 In. 36-Hj; 2 oars
I 25-'!-!...cn.r l - ini ?..4;
'In. 24-lb.; H ears 0 5-8 I... 17-Ib.;
Vnr G 1-4 H-lb.: car 8 3-10 In. 17
Tib 2 in., 4 and 4 1-3 lb. tubing
TAliso trse ntock of used caRlnKs,
'new and used 2-Inch, S-lneh and 4
Inch lino pipe. Wo buy owed caHlnits,
iiibandoiied wclla nnd Hnra. Uoud
'man &. nincold. 325 Cimtral National
illank HldK.. Tulia. I'hono Ohjbo
! 8504. 4885. A U Vt.
TtKTTER TIE SAFE
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than that, a Hiiei-iiful nnd iniwi In
Irrinilnir tiif'tlnn .it tlm "nvtntlii
Hall, thin Hftpiin"M.
HlKheartcd ' Till ' Hoffman, d
wtvcb the nlmcut ro-ojrMt.on rw
lie alone liu been a "icoil annul t
ji.nny i iliiwii-iiiiil-diilrf, InklMif hl
iiiMi liwiii' y fin UiIb piii'r and m
( r ly Mi't In nwhlle. Hi lnrr.neol
ihiten-aM, evi r imimt a irny of
li Inn k JIh dm mot worry at that
lull will rnuko H. Jhe of II If '
MiioiM linpP'in U iiK him, uml Im"
1 ait iimi puhlMty for li bem-f i'-
llin. t linn any mnn who " er livmi
f r the l.i m'f.l . f hn fellow mn.
lie wiim H blK mao U"" "I1H
In fvery nvnnp m tlif Wfrril, and wnu
hl riff of llwi.ur poitwty four tMiTrir
l.iivtnK lieen elifted In llTS-iS.'11'.
nrd 'HI. Ili In prn'mbly th onlv
man who ha vit peil piHr on
tin entlra olflrlnl pt-r of lli
HtAiHlurl oil I'ofnpan:.
l.'d1n ('. Hell liun Willi him on tin
pn.'iii 1 1 lit ihu wo-i'lcrful photo
Kifipb taken by .I. A. Mather, whone
nrl )iaa in i oetinMi d IIih eruly day
Nf i'iiia In a innner that would belnn
the blinih of uliaimi n inodern ihuto
(.Tuphwn Ilia "Id nrjfa'lwx ur all
In, Mr. Itill'a enre, nl Ji" la fiiirilnh
Inir entlm oil t'i Hie in men herf,
nritiy of win m an only tin Wind to
iillrii till moat wonderful lilniorj
lit picture, of mrlv artlvlty 1n t li
reiinaylwnla i.l fields, Mr. Hall
knew them all, havlnii Konn to'the
oil coniilr" In UM. when bo win .3
y-ar of nee. mid Ima luhorod In
eveiy ilciiarlmi'iit of tho Kaine,
bavins lK-en miller the beam aa n
toulilretfici' hjhI di'lllir In tho early
Onyn.
"Tho toolilnwer wn the Impor
tnt.t man n tho Job In the early
lava nnd new men wero put to drill
Inn: wh'llo It t'rfik an experlnneed man
to dri-sH tool, nnd nliio to mnnu
facturo many of tho Implements In
tme. I cat tnaho many of tho tooM
wo lined in tli a early days mynelf,"
Mild Mr. Itoll, "And It w.iw eonlderhl
morn Imporlnnt to know how to
nia.ko thoHo tonla thiin to keep a
ImiKj on tho temper ncrnw.
"It wan orly n few daya after I
arrived In tho oil fiold, that I illtt
eoverrd tho neeranlty of dvlvlnc llto
the earlier hlitoiy of ho devolop
n crlt of putrolei'iu. On tho 10th day
of April, ISGK, I madn tho fl.'nt ic
rord. which finally ended In having
lollecteil tlm f eninleto hlntory of the
l?reat oil lndUHtry down to tho pre
tent tlmo, ro that I pohi.chu tonn In
welKht of rocoixlM covering oviiry do
rurtment of tho oil hunlucns. It
I'OtmlttN of newBimimin. maitaxlne.1.
luimnhletH. bncdtH, miiim, and tarly
oil lenien. Along with thlc ninwi of
liintorlfil I ImVo m.ide a vnat. umoiint
sf noten, which eovnr tho moat per
fect record In hlatoty regarding pot-
i oleum. Thin miian of material U nil
Pirnerved In rweral 'building at
TilUBVllle, uml along with thla wYlt
ten or irintol record, there la a largo
mimbor of tctilH, Bueh nn wero used
In tho earlier and latur duya of tho
li iliiatry. I huvo tho original work
Uik barrel, throuuh which tho first
oil wna puinped that foundoii tho
potroloiim IndUHirj' of tho jtresonl
tlmo.
' 1 alm havo the, oritrlnai bIIIh. upon
which Fte-od tho original ibwrlck at
tho Drnlco wll, and mnny other
UiIiikh, hunilredH of whloh I cannot
hero juemlon. I havo tho original
chair in which Colonol Drake, sat for
twenty yenrti, h having had paral
ysis of thu lower limbs ho that ho
could nnt walk. I huvo a collection
of lainH that oiivera ovoiy ilovlco
for making artificial light, from tho
Kgyptlun clay lamp to, tho present
time. Tlino wero oolloctoil all over
tlio world."
'foday'a program eonlsla In a
pnitida birinlng at Hotel TuIm.i at
1 o clock, and a meeting nt Con
vention hnll nt 1,30, and tho speak
era nro auro of a most cordial wol
tomo. It will mark an epooti in tho
history of Tulnri oh tho oil center.
has ever been known In the history
'of oil ntsoi l.ttlons, or meiitlngs.
1 And th convfiitlon will bo the
I means of bringing atmut irmny inol
iinpi.i mm reformn, and moat necea
nuv iiitlou on thu part of the oil
.nun. who tenlliu mm never Iwforo,
thai now 'son Important cilis In the
iv life of tho Industry, and It Is
nliM.ilutely curtain that the mooting
Hi ikiimt will tin much t' (nit the
fuitrinliv In righting trim, ami unit
liny will meet thx omnrgeney with
a solid frinit.
1'lrst, thero must ho a levinion or
fiHrht rales. As II slmids now
li.. ... nm mritiv Hlntes u'here there
is nbsoliitelv no romnelltlon. inr
i mint of inlili ontlnerit reflneia , be
inir thin mil cntlrHy It Is the oti
iieevntlty If prices are to bo muliv
tnlned. mid competition n main nil
an. sort of an eiiual bnsls
Next In Importiitice. It would np-
p ir, were the KtHiiiliirll.allou of
litis, and methods of taking them,
ami the convention Imd tb liuitier
most forrllily put bofoie It. There
must be no ehurgo of trlrknry laid
nK'ilnst the teflner In tin) mlih'ol'
lliiint field, by tho refiner In Jim
Pennsylvania fields, when It coiiM't
to taking t'-ats hh regards flush.
Wsruaitv. and gravllv In the mar
kiting of oil. It make no dlffsr
wire what syslenl Is used. Just to
Hint the wystiun Is In iinlvortnl use.
The oonvcntlon waa not a meet
ing place for buyer and seller. H
was evident that there was some
thing wrong In the opinion of prom
inent mnrkoleiH, and Jnbbors, who
nil asked but one iiuestluii and that,
"what Is the market going to d" '"
To be sure there' were some trades
madn. Kerosene that has neen i
drug on the market suddenly came
Into prominence and there wero
many lniillrle for tralnload lots,
Km) Hie chances nro thero were
2-li -7 la making 200 barrels nntur
nl No. 17 on this farm Is drilling
at around 1,000 feet while their No,
1 ('alt i. In Ibi southwest of 27-20-7,
Is dulling hi below 2,000 feet. No.
1 on th " Cainhrltik frin In the snm
Munrtcr seitl'ni Is drilling nt iSo,
feit.
ItldgiN Mllb-r and nao lutes nro
on top u f the Hklnnir sand In their
Alleiiinri far tn teal In tho aouthweat
of 2 A0-.7.
".;" Of;,ft7i llvHiiim
flAHHIfilr., f'KI.A., Oil. 3. V. .1.
(Kltn baa resigned his position of as.
shtlant sii rlntendetit of the Hx
itlmige Oil Oompiuiy, the (larber
i.ibi Hilary of the Hln. lair. "Jiiy
n hi' Is ktiow'n by eeiyboily. has
i n in rliarKe hem alne toon llflor
11,- upi'Dlng of the field III I!' 16.
..i in thn flvdil swiar by hltil to
(l i;u, iii.tl lb" .hielalr Interests
a nhialile .)-e-iiiiv ivi .n.im
fur t hi- rutiiie are i'IiiiuiIih'ikI by Mr,
Odeti eni epl that ho Will lako a fW I
iiii.ntht aefttIon,
dnml Shallow I'tuil in
Otlmra Count, KunmH
WlllHid .lohn. proml.ietit Tulsa
hunker, and J. V. I'el msoii. well
Ui.viiwn metnlier or lie (ill iniM-riiuy
ha'e a u barrel well In lliu 030 Tool
hhiiiI in their No. 7 McMillan farm
one balf mll duo west of tlm town
of Ui lJiip. Oltowa coutitj. Kiuisns,
Mesiirs. John & I'utorsoil havo a
900 iic.-o leatM III this vlelir.lty, and
have S nice shallow mind producer
nut of M'Viui wells. Thla hint well
txtemlH rtie pool C locutions to the
north.
thi aoiithwett corruir of tho su-h-
wvat of the southwest of, the norlh
wieet of 3-20-fie, Is" drilling at 1.US0
f.-i't I
(fame rompniiy's) No. 30 Skeen In
t'no Bmithwest of the aoutbeast of
the northwest of gr.-20-tie, Is a rig.
Same eompany'a No. 37 HkeMi, In
the sinlthwfet of the south' ast of
the southoaat of the northwesl of
30-20-r-c, Is n rig.
Same company's No. ja Hkeen, In
flte HOiifJiweat of tho northeast of
3IK-20-CO. s a ilg.
Iloxnna l'otrolnum cjjiipany's No
'1 Hloverv In thosoulbenat of the
mnithweti of iho soiithweit of 13-10-4e,
Is ,1 t!. , ,
Maine eonxpnny'a No. 1 -flooding.
In the south-west of tho fyulhwest
f the ftoillliivisl of .in-lll-le, is a
Hllek. nd otln4, N. 1 Clevelnnd,
in I he iiortheeKl of tho southeast
.,f 21-l'J-lc, Is drllllog nt 2,410
ttet
Hame romriany, N 2 Cleveland
In the southeast of the nouthenst of
23-1!)-te, li a rig.
Ti-lbis oil coiripanv's No. 2 Orhes
In the southeast of I he .Kiuthwest of
12-10-le, Is a rig.
corNtuwlM nbxt paok.
Hack from Denver
The Denver convention brought
tho Independent oil men togethur In
most surprising numbers, when It
Is taken Into conrldcratlon the long
trip and they wore limply repaid for
tho trouble by reaiion of tho mag
nlflcleut hospitality extended by
Denver's patriotic people. It was a
irrcnt time for tho oil men and noth
ing Midi thu hospitality iihown them
unny dials ronsiimmntvd-
Tho hesitancy on in" I"" 1
mvere to take on gisollne was
iilnflpally on account of i.n Inlet -,'low
thnt nppenred In a Denver
rlv In tho week, wherein
W H. llnrber of Mlnileapolls, one
1 1. lurirn'it and wisest of thenl
all, wna iitioted na saying that "gii"
ollno has reached Itrt hlghwt prh.
and ought to bo c. heapcr m ,M,n
ns rrflnerle now being bnllt wrM
...-.-.,. II. flarli,.p .11,1 not
say this, and was' simply '""'"'fM
but lliern waa a i
just aa thero always Is w""""'5";'
natinr stuff that Is either mallrtous-
y or tlmplT Ignonintiy wrong, i
printed. Ills remarks wero wire
nil over tho conntry, much to his
"T wSaonly another evidence of
he neressltv or Keeping ui"
KtralRht. and In thla -"nnct'' '
Should be state.l uiai tn.it ..
editor of this paper wna Jtwayjthe.
young man who was hlrnd to assist
wltn me wn.Ri ,'.. ,n . ........ -- -
tradlet absolutely the position taken
I... Vi... na reirards freight
rales, nnd tho'offtct It ban on prices
In Texas, , , ,iM
tel. antrin titintr niiiiin'it.-u t
returning from a
111 mi.., . , wnu
trip to Texna. um mi """
confronted with a story that read
Ike this: "ina irouuin w.. .."
finer In the mincomm.-..v .. ... .
that thoy nave m up i-" -v- -'..
.i nn.i buttles n The
....." - '.i.rt nrnMiirlmr country. In-
"r.".,...7n lontf nine tine.
menu i . t - "-i.v .., -,.u ,.
mm still tne mnn i..- .
tho paper and Us patrons, iook i i
' " L.;'- hi. wnrlt. V no .loin's1
The convention nt T)',nV,';fn,,m,-
. . n.anu nil ttien that COl-
V V'a cllniato Uiat Is the real
..t 1 tlm manaaement there
U hereby extended tho most heart
felt thanks for nianv "
s easv to nndersnml why an asso
ciation like the T. O. M. A. prospers,
it has many year of Mwfulnp
nhen.l of It nnd will grow and
.niVnr tn lnna- ns It succeeds In
L.nnin It membership us now.
' .n.i ni.nt'n all. Independent.
There are many reeking Its ruin by
offera or co-npernunn, nm wiv
nil easily apntted.
New Wellls in the Jennings
Field
A. D. Mdrton hns two good wells
In tho Jennings pool the past few
davs. No, 1 lleea r Steen fee, located
i. 'iko voat Imlf of southwest of 3 1-
20-7. Is good for 250 barrels, while
his No. B Carney farm. In tho north
west of 34-20-7, Is a 150 barrel well.
Holli wells are llartelsvllle sand pro
ducers. No. fl on tho same farm Is
drilling nt nrounu s.uuu icii.
The t'ralrlo Oil .V Oas Uompiiny's
No. 14 lngriiham, In the southwest of
-. With the Oil Men
Yale Mini, Vlrlnlly'
Ontr I'll Company. No. 1 H. rgor
In HH 8V NU; of H-l!e-5o Is under
iciunlng 12 1-2 5osliig lit CiO. Total
Uepth liOOi I
Haino Ciimnani', No, 2 Oarr, In HKc
NW 8W: of -ltf-6o: Itivo caHlnir
trnilhle lit 2U35
Bamo Comimiiy. No. 1 New Hlder,
In HUc HV NW. of U-ll'-In, In a rig.
Sinclair Oil & Oas Company, No,
4 Kreemnn, In NWo UK; of 13-19-50;
ih iiii;i,in' Ht :soo.
tiam'j Comp-'iny. o. li cniciteii,
ln"Kc NW i of 13-l-5; is .cunning
out. nt 3140.
New KtiKlnnir No. 13. Hnytnohd, In
AiKc HV NH; Of 13-ltt-5o; la Urllllng
nl 3280,
iSaiuo Company. No. U ititjjnond.
In iSWo NH, of l-19-5e; la drilling
.t J.28U..
CaVter un uompuny, jto. n v rewn,
in SH NK NIC; of 14-l9-5o; old wqll
deeper,. 1 fishing at 3360, ,
Twill oiaira v". 1 Diiernmn, in or.
NW; of l l-19-5e; Is u. rig.
itlihi l.iiliiml Una i:ompniy, jo, i
Moves, In HV NW SV, of 25-1 -m,
Is Bhut il.wn at 1510.
.loHI'V OIJ COTIUMlny, NO, 4 IJUIEU-
lln, In Si:c,' of 36-rj-5u, 1b drilling at
SdO.
Kiiino Conioany. No. -i iiiiBiiy, in
SH HV; pf Ji-lU-Dc; I drilling ut
2CS0.
ftnxanii I'etr oleum Company, No.
B Tucker, Ir. HV SH SW; rif 7-Hl-eo;
Is runnlng.5 3-D' at 8385.
Carter Oil Cr.n lpany, No. 3 l'age,
In C NW: of 8-I'. -Co; Is u rig.
Otieriilloim at Judy.
Italco Ull compatiy'o No. 1 Taney
Knale. In norlhwcra corner of tho
north isi of 5-2t, -6n hi ream
Ing at 2,800 feet. Total depth,
noil fnf
Cosden Oil &. (las company's Tno.
1 Church In thu not tit. east corner of
tho northwest of tho southoaat of
lO-20-Se, In drilling at 1.310 feet.
Mnrlamt lleftnlng" col npatiy s JSo.
1 Monro, In tho north 'eel of the
southeast of S3-20-5O. Is iin.lorrcam
Inir 12 1-2 Inch casing at 810 feet.
Total depth, 860 feet.
Texas codipiiny a .-so. i -"i"-ver
In tho southwest of tlio north
east of 33-20.Se. Is il.rlg.
Cosden Oil & Oas eompnr a No.
SI Ween, In tho norUicnttt corner
of the northweat of tho southoint or
30-20-Jo, Is aliut down at 3,1 10
feet.
Same com pa ny'a NO;3 S ff.k eed. In
. t
With tlm crowd nt Denver, there
Wero many who missed It. Hruce
who Is now In iVItimlma with' the
lllerv Oil Coinpntiy. Joseph JI. Jllldfl
of thn Chhngu off he. leptetunted
tho ooni-crh nt D. nver, nnd cave,
Hiem ull n pleasant greeting from
Mr Hruco who was too 111 to mukc
iho trip.
.era nn.l Heflners Corporation at
Denver, entertained former nssocl-
e.tes, among the fraternity at a
luncheon that was perhaps ns wen
appolntp.l nu anything that wna done
during tht convention, no oukih
to get n little lonesome tip there, nt
that.
I.. N. Oppenhelrner, sales manager
for the Haptilpa It.-flnlng Companv.
and his wife left Immediately utter
tho convention for New York, und
will take In thn world's aarlea. He
was much sought after by tho mnr-j
kntecrn at Denvur. who evidently
vuluu hla opinion highly.
Andrew Onrtlan.l, who haa been
laid up with nn nttaek of asthma. Is
nblrlo bo out again, ami Is much In
teroatctl In tho Drako Day colebra
tlori. It. Ij. Carpenter, well known oil
man, wiib tho victim of nn unusual
and very serious accident yesterday.
Whllo leaning nut of the cur that h"
waa driving, he was struck on the
head by n passing motor truck, lie
Is icstlng aa easy ns could be expect
ed r.t his mom nt thn (iotham
Apartments on the North Hide. A
bust of friends In the fraternity wish
him nil speed In recovery.
W. V. Harrier, well known oil man.
ruoolved word yesterday of thn death
of his fath.T, O. W. Harnnr, who
died nt l.lfnn, Oli'o, of paralysis
Tho elder Humor wns 70 years of
age, and besides his wife, loaves nine
grown sons, nil of whom will nttetid
the funeral and will offl'lnto aa pall
bearc rs.
Tho deceased was wrll known In
nil circles of l.linu, nnd will be sin
cerely mourned by many of tho old
u iWenger Armstrong Petroleum. Co.
MAinKRTRIta
Transpiartatlon Illdg.
, . ClMcago, 11!.
Daniel Uldg. Union Alrcado Bldf;. Andrews Bldg.
Tulsa, Okla. 1'lttlsburgh, Va. Dallas, Texas.
iUNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
HKI'INKIIB, RXPOUTKItS AND MAItlCETHna
Tulsa Offlco: Cosdon Uldg.
rh6n 4409
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
aoorl OASOMNH
riIONI3 OSAQB 6431
910-13 MAYO Iir.DO,
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
ICan City om'cT O,"C0! TotZ
401 Security l.hlg.' 30 3 AtcoH fg.' BOIoCrT1';:,
FUKLQIL, OAS Oil, KEUOSKNK, NAPHTJIA, OASOUNB
A. J. Hazlctt, well Known newatin-
liortinan who Is now with tlm l'rojlu- tmera who nre here ikjw
Anderson & Gustafson, Inc.
Refiners & Marketers
or
Petroleum and Its Products
Kicry day in tflc yenr mr faclllllcs nro nt your pcrvlco for nl
iiulckrr and broader inurkit for ull Mld-contliiciil iictrolcum
products. it ,
CUSIIINO, OKIj.. v
1'hono Osfc-o 7100, 7101, 7003 or Ij. I). 12,
ni:riNi:itii:s
OKNiaiAJj OITICI2S
COIiU.MHUS, OHIO
ItltANCIIKS
Tl'KSA
KANSAS CITY
til'. 1-OtlS
I,
IIKANCIIKA ,
1'OIIT WOltTII
WICIiri'A PAI.KS
SAV I'HANCISCO
A.';r.STA, OA.
iihanchhs
ci,i:yi:ijAN1)
NHW YOUK
SIlUKVJM'OUT
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
OKLAHOMA' PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
of America
PHTHOIiKUM AND ITS PHODTJCTS
Sales and Uttieral Offices. O. P. & It. Building
Tuls.-i, Oklahoma
.WHITE OIL CORPORATION
PltODtTCEnS AND ItEFINEItS
UL'',FlCK'. 68 nrt" S'- Now York
Tenth I loor. ltcnmcdy Hldg.. Tulsa, Okla.
329 ICcnnedy Hldg., Tulsa, Okla.
INDIAHOMA REPINING COMPANY
Hofincrles at Okmulgee, Okla.; East SU Louis. III.
BT. LOl'IS OFFICE: FBrlBIUt. ItESEUVn HANK I1LDO.
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
I'ltODUCERH AND KEFINHItS OF ".PAHCO" PETUOLEU
PIUODUCT8
Now Fim National Hank IJulltHng.
ETUOLEUM
TULSA. OKLA.
SAPULPA REPJNING COMPANY
niONES OSAOB 6700-01
Menufacturcrs Pctroloiim Produ-.ts-ySalca Dept.
712 Now First iTational Dink Uldg.
j EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Heflnerlea Located nt Okmulgen. Oklahoma City, Cushlng. Pome
c , y,.?,kla" Independencw, Kan., Oalncsvillo. Texas OTC
Sales Offlco Phono 7006; 418 Unity Dldg? Tulsa, Okla.
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
t- ,n0DUCKs. ui3fin:biis. tiianspoutbhs
Kansas City, Mo. Hlchards PWe.
' . Tulsa. Okla.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
CORPORATION
U. J. SHARPS and K. T. MUSSBR, Resident Agents.
Phono 83
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
PHODUCEUS AND REFINERS.
St. Loul.t, Mo., Arcade Cldt;. T . .
Cluygo, 111., Continental Commercial Bank BMs
V. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always in market for petroleum products.
MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO.
EXPORT, OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
jVlrftt National lltnk 1IIJK., TuU.i, Okla.
MtX iiuitntt, i. JJ no. Ill
THAN SORRY
rU tho Sttito of Oklahoma Would In
t cure Your Homo or Your llusl
V nesit Without Chargo Would
You Insuro With Thom7
The Key to Wealth
Tho habit oC Having Is not Bilch a
difficult one to nciiulro aa most peo
nln lnmelne. It doeB le.iulto a little
autf-contrnl ond iiomotlmeH u littlo
ult-drnlal; Ut least, at the tlmo It
seems like self-denial, though In
1-uulltv It Is not.
i ThousandH of people throughout
tho country nro today financially
onmfnrtablo because they aaved mon
ey nnd then took ndvantago of tb'lr
opportunities. neat opporuiniii'
come only to those who possess ready
money. Howevor you do It, learn
to save. Do not wait until you have
''accumulated a certain num. wttii
which to opon an account. One
dollar will do tn begin with. Regu
lar navlnga la tho ono venture, th.u
always winB. Having money is a
habit the.t grows on one n truly us i
any habit, good or bad. Try it. ai d
you wilt find tho process abharblngty
interesting.
"producers state bank
t. Assets Over $3,000,000.00
,4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINOS
VThe Deposits of this Hank nro pro-
leciea oy tno DcpnslturH ainr , 'y
.I'uuu, or uiq titatg of UKmhema.
KEYSTONE
LMoCrimtRYAWtcriWE cai
niONr cfODA IHJ 1
, iw.cinciniWv tif a i runs vfii.
FOR SALE
Threo 2Va-ton
Howo Platform
Scales: One 2Va
ton Howe Crnne
Scales.
H. A. GALLOWAY
PIlODUCItU
OH Properties mid Drilling Contrnctt
O: go U20D 332 Miijii lllilg.
FOR SALE
Complete enulpmont for three
unit gasoline piunr.
Ingersoll Rand Comprosaors
134x0Hxl4. Vnmim VumtiB. 20x12.
Foos Knglnes, 80 h. p. anil 100
h. p.
Proportional Weatcott Mutis.
Steel and iron iiiiiiuings.
Will sell nil or nny pnrt.
nulrc.
W. H. BOURNE
Phono Onago 5098.
rurchiur ' tit u.lrolruni jiruiluolt tor export.
1 SALUU 01-l'l(5li!.
S s'tw Yorti No. It llroailway Ptrlt ContlneaUl llottl
ii liijmrt TarmlnaU at Avonilale. Nw Otlcaua, Lu.
THE ALLIED REFIN1N(J COMPANY
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS OF PETROLEUM
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
REFINERIES AT CUSHINO
Sales Office. 208 South LaSalle Street. Chicago
THE PURE OIL CO.
Refineries at dishing and Ardmore
i
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
LtVlNOSTON REFINERS CORPORATION
Burkburnott Crudo for calo Petroleum Products
438-447 Jfennody Building Ml Phones 6420
ALL. UUJlMUMIUAl'lU.-Ha 1U1.SA, OKLA.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CARS LEASED, REPAIRED AND KEBUILT
Goo. F. Brigham. Southwest ItoDreaentRtivj.. io.,4 li.inlei tim,.
Works: Coffeyvllle. ICana. tri..i
Oeneralufftccs.
415 Kennedy Bldg., Tulua. Refinery, Okmulgee, Okla.
PHONES OSAOH 115-SG94
In-
your Opportunity to Become a Certified
Public Accountant
The full standardized Pace and Pace course In Accounting anil
Iluslnets Administration taught bp practicing Certified Public Ac
countants und Lawyers.
Night clasnjH begin October 4, 1920. For full Information boo
Registrar.
Oklahoma School of Accountancy, I
Law and Finance
613 New Daniel Bldg. Phoo Os.uo 35 It
lionoral Offices, Security Bldg.
Kuukiis CJty, .no.
Chicago Offlco;
Tho Rookery
SOUTHERN OIL CORPORATION
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Tulsa Office: Refinery:
620-021 Kennedy Bldg. Yale, Oklahoma
COSDEN, & COMPANY
HIOII ORADE PET'lOLBUM PRODUCTS
TuIbu, Cltiuhoma.
When you want to STORE your
homo's furnishings or uny part
of them remember that we
offer you
A Clean Storage Building
Expert Storage
Service
Our storage Isn't uny old place,
but It U a place whore YOU can
(tore your urtlcli'3 wlthuut mis
givings. Tulsa Storage and
Transfer Co.
O-O-Stonigo 3111)
LINE PIPE ,
a.
For Sale or Trade
3 miles of 3" line pipe
6 miles of 4" line pipe
4 miles of 6" line pipe
Tho above for sale at liat price or will trntlo for
any size of cnitiK on list for liat bnasis. Also
have 2-5x20, 1-10x20 stool stanks. All of this
material located at OkinulKce, Okla., ready for
immediate delivery.
ADDRESS BOX G77, OKMULGEE, OKLA.,
OR PHONE 1580
CONSTANTLY REFINING CO.
General Offices, Tenth floor First National Bank Bldg,
Refineries, Tul&a, Devol.
Phono Osabo go:o.
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. N
Tulsa, Okla.. 215 Slnelulr Bids. " Now York, 120 Broadway
1 1 ' Chicago. ConWay Building.
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufacturers Caslnghoad, Attorptlon and Blended Gasoline
Phono Osago C220. Tuls,a. Okla.
INLAND REFINING COMPANY
HIUH (1RADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Office: $05-6 Condon Bldg,, Tulsa, Oklu.
Ruflnury. Cushmg, Oklu.
OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY
ENID, OKLA.
HIGH GRADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FROM OARBER CRUDB
BIG HEART PRODUCING & REFINING
COMPANY
MANiTArTiUKs A-i rETitoi.m m vrtonrrM
lllih Oruit" Lubricating OtU. ttrlln.ltr Slocka and ltrrir,1 X7t I.
CHICAGO CLEVELAND
GENERAL REFINING .COMPANY
TULSA . ARDMORE
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
REFINERS OF HIGHEST GRADE LUBRICATING OILS
LUBRITE LUBRICATES RIGHT
Sixty Per Cent Better LubricaUng Than Any Other On
Gcnoral Office: Arcade Building at. JLiouls, Mo.
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Sales Offlco 20 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago
Gcnoral Office 305 Now First National Bank Building, Tulsa Okla.
Phones 107 and 3069
WE MARKET 13 VERY PETKOLEUM, DERIVATIVE
I'hono 4522
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMlPANY
Tulsa Offlco, Cosden Building. Goncral Offices: Chicago, 208 LaSalls
Street. New York Offlco: 17 Battery Placr.
M1DCO BLDG., TULSA. CONWAY BLIJO.. CHICAGO
MLtiCO OIL SALES COMPLY
REFINERS
PRODUCERS
MARKETERS
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY.
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS,'
Gcnerdl Offices: Ft. Worth, Toxas. Roflnory:) Ardmoro, Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
REFINERS OF HIGH ORADB CRUDE
PONCA C1TV, OKLAHOMA
i:ru1tltr Older.. Mulb Muur Muju IIIUk., Tulm, .lull.
lUtlnrai lUnneiiil.
I'liona 0ne 0080
HIGIHYAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
' HIGHWAY OIL PRODUCTS
Gcnoral Offices 20fl'-213 Lynch Building.
Phono 0-9313. Lone Distance 123
J. F. CAMPION OILS
PROMPT SERVICE-, ,
807-808-809 COSDEN BLDG. (
PU
wS 51 1 S
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY,
1003 DamVj Bldg.
Ali. REFINERY PRODUCT3
Our Own Tank Cjirit,
Call Osage 1150 I

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