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ULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1920.
WORLD MARKET PAGE
No 1 led II r (ft . , .it nail Alitiilib), for u.rk m t. n fi
LONG RANGE VIEW
IS MORE HOPEFUL
immediate Commercial
Revival JNOb iiixpeciea
by Dun's
.si.vv YCUlK, Nov. 10. Dun's to
morr..v will eay-
Ccf-iii change for tho better
bvo aP' nrvtl In tnndnrss. Tho im
Movement 1 siiuht. nnJ none ftt all
j, us.!' r In various quarters, but
om.', ' ... i.. ....,l urli unnll.
tan in i''i" ,...., .......
lntcrostH
nrabl
... niir some.
.tVctiK licued, even without appro-
"V a ... .....I..II.. fift.l lint on
till). K'Hl -1" """JI .
g 1 i rattier inviw 4.-.
'wT,'.1!' immediate commercial to-
vival to nut expected, sounder con
dition 1" li Oimrc nro fore-thidow-
l. and a Ion range, view of
X. aiuation kIvch rise, to confident
hoDfs. With lower tomperutures In
noet pc tlonn, demand for neimoii
Mu K"'1 h,lH modnrutely IncrenHort
nd offorlnus of mcrutiandlBtj at
Iowcj l'rtcefl Hoem to bo meeting
lth a somuwhat broader renpon.rn
.1 Hi,, bent, however, tho buying
!j Mill conservative, nnd reMtrlcted
curtailment of production through
lark i f new orders hus not et
ccasi'J.
w York Ktnck LUl
fairs In
looths men
Untt .Sugar .
-larlcn i. n . . .
a. Car & Kdy. .
II & i piu.
'. lnt Corp,
New York .MfUtn.
.'1, ?. .,'. Ja'S? "' t"t Sl ""
pat M tHi H,SS.
At London: l.eail .j,ot 11; In,, futures
91 in. zinc pot II U; futures 31 10'.
Cull .Money ftlroilf.
NKW TOItK. .Vov. l. t: mn,y
. . " '"" m "w runnr rte 7
ni'iinn nm ii oiieren HI 7u lit
Ci bank accniitanca (.
rnllonifnl Oil llreok..
NKW roilK, Nov. 1. Cttons.l oil
broke 40 to 4 polnla unilr ifeneral llijul.
nation and atop loss ueltlncr. Imturail by
'knwi In crude values anil the At
iiresston ovsrehailowins; all comincllty
inarketa ami Wall street. Numerous etoit
utj.rs were Uhcovernt on the way down,
side, from profit taklnir by elmrta there
" little oil wnnled rven on lha break,
rioaln hlda were ;n lo Si pnta nt
lower. Salea :,000 barrel. Tender 00
iarreiv i-rimo rrudi aalea 6 5j. , prima
aummer yell"w ap 't i'to- d at a.llr bj
hail all bid.
TERRIFIC BREAK
IN GRAIN TRADE
loariiBefore-the-War Levels Hit
; by Corn and Oats;
Wheat Dragging
MVt I.itt
r. lsu El i:
41 is 23S
105 iz:'i liMi i:oi
12 4IVi 4S on
..313
. .153
.. 4
61
47
9
37
65
2
4!ii
:
UK
464
3SVa
72 Vi
J5i
Cl4
40
HO
3i
S0
52
12
si'.;
99
3
37
81
J8U
4l'i
80 'i
5
4 3 V,
CIV,
6711
99
2t;
37
ii ;
I9H
..123 109W 103f t06H
. .132 SS'.fc 92U 93U
. . 3.1 3M
.330 ii U 63H
.. 72 IK. Ik I 114
. 4 37 V. 3S 3
. . 40 7
. . 42 3!i
..42 3
Bl 31
,. 45 20Vi
. . l 23
. . 3 :'.'.
..49 73
..2(0 99
.. 45 23
.. 71 16'i
.. 79 123 120 121
..137 UK 13 13
73'
61
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29
20
22
29
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89
21
11
72
61V
33
29
20
22V1
29
69
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21
14
.106 10
S 31
7 33
. . 9 5
..49 33
..23i nn
..112 32
.. 3 19
7CH'
29
30
HI
30
47
4li
19
76
2
30
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43
4i
19
S 101 100 100
...320 1U IS? 1"
... 10 li 1
At 141 vt t
Am. & II
A''. HMr
A'ri. Sam Toh. .
A-i. Tf'. ft Tl. .
An. vU' :n
Ainieond Copper
AtehUon
AH. Coil Lino
Ai! Gulf A. W 1.
BiUui I-o
O.
b(h. Slrel n" .
i"mJl4n Par.
I'mtral LeaHicr
Cbindltri Motors
C. O
C, K. It 61 V.
C R, I . I'
rhino Coprr . .
Coca Cola ....
Cola. Kuel Iron
Corn Trod,
Cnelblo Stt . . .
Cuha Cina Huitar
Eri
Crn. Wtc
Ota. Motors . . .
r.t, NarUi. rtd. .
Gt North. Ore, clfs
Cult Eulea Sleet .
III. Central
I'i. Cooper
Int. lr. Mar. ptd,
Int. Tiper
Kenn. Copper . . .
I. & N
M. Petro. . . .
Miami Copper . .
Mid. Ptatea Oil ..
Morale Stel ..
Mluourl Pac
V T. Central ..
n. y . n. it. H.
w
Northern l'. . .
I'ura Oil
Oklt. Prod A Uft
rii'Am. Petro.
r.nni)lanla . . ,
rttti A W Va. . . .
Hey Con t opper .
tleadlnc
U(p. I, & S.
W'Til Dutch N. Y.
?t. Air Uno ...
Sn. Air Line. Pfd
Well T'a'.s. i Tra,d.
'. o:i niK. .
Slm.Sh.ll H A- I
Kouth. Tae 579 111 108 10
Soclh. Itallvay .. (2 21 23 22
South Hallway vfd. 4 61 39 11
9 0. of N. J pfd. .. It 103 104104
..127 47 41 J'.
. 11 S 7 7
.162 47 46 4
3 22 21 2111
.. 19 52 60 S0
.. 36 9 9 9
.. 60 120 lt7"l 1I
..102 191 1S7 139
.. 27 31 29 29
..130 r.t (1 B4
..107 74 66 67
. . SO 61 69 6'
.1191 82 SO 10
27 105 105 105
79 61 ! 61
41 36 37
1 1 S3Vi 81
43 41 41
7 7
COTTON MAKES
' WIDE DECLINE
Heavy Selling Follows
Report of Increased
Spot Offerings
JfKW OIir.BAXS. Nov. 19. Wide
declines w'oro again made by cotton
Friday and most months went under
tho 15-cent level, Keports from tho
Interior that offerings of Bpots wcru
Increasing and. I lie lower .quotations
at several Interior markets both
Thursday and Friday caused the
heaviest selling.' In tho last half
hour of tho hcshIoii Bhorts took
profits In n big way and caused
substantial reactions-
Such liquidation came from tho
long side. When tho nrlco fcdl lie-
low 1.1c tho slljli'ng rules governing
commissions caused a drop In com
mission charges to $20 per contract
for buying nnrl sidling. Tho rate
lias been ?Z5 for several years.
OIIICA(K), Nov. 19. Pi lees col
laptud Friday on it beforp-thn-war
level for corn and oats and dragged
down the wheat market temporarily
alumni io cents a bushel. Uialiabed
economic ami flnamlal comllll'jn,
together with prospective b.jj re-
C'IhIm tt ...in .L',u fl, ,.,l..f
May 9 S9c; j depressing factoi d apparent. Wheat
i closed liirvous B ,1-lc to S l-2c lower.
UViin lost 2 1-80 to 3 8-So lift iiihI
I oals 1 &-Sc to 2 l-2c.
In view of tho aeutei weukness i'f
corn and mils, iiuiriilfm in tho bid
ing side of Hi" wlu-nt market seenu'd
to have viinHhe.l an. I orders to sell
wheat poured Into Dm pit. from all
sides. Th" day was approailung u
close before tho Impetus i.f ill -wave
of selling received any decid
ed check.
Notwithstanding Hint rot.) tin 1
oats went headlong diiwnwatd le
speetlvely about ICt and 10r as con -pari'd
with top figures last week, ix
traordlnary luck uf Komi buying of
future deliveries remained evident.
It was noted, however, thai millets
who havo been out of llu mirki
for two months bought spot torn on
tho break.
1
IN ' 1 1 M . I "
.N tr 1 S
tn J to li,' lower. No 5
61flr, No. 3 le1. No. I wlilla li tt
No 3 0Oic; No. 3 yellow 74e.
N" 3 TO, .
nati I. I..ri No, I while ; No.
1 rnUed 4lttMr.
( lil(-un Crt.li llniln.
riitcAtio. Nu Wheat No. 1 bard
IIMtll . No I reil II 1.
Corn. No. inlaett 7lo75c, No. i
ye'l 7t J7o.
i'.,tn. ,i : whit lffloc: No. a
MMte 4ll4e.
Iinna f'lly Prodm-e.
KANSAS i-ITV. N,.i I9-K,k un
ebanred, ftean tOff?;, aeronde a;
selerle.l ;t7i llu'l.r lln'lianKl'd
ci.nniery 6.',., patirt J:,1
l'aultrv: Hens le lower. , tiring 3o
lower, ilr; luraar 4r loear
(hlrKo IVIitloe.
I'HICAHO, Nov 1. -- I'ntali.e-. ,1c" r. .
r..pi 14 earaj Mmo"ia ml w . , m
in bulk 1 1801. ao rwt Mi.hlaan
12 at rn Rf.il rlvei- 'iti. I. in u .
rwt; Idaho aaika.1 ..f.n. hi
I ADDITIONAL .VI A UK LI 'S I i,l. 1 1, 1
fllltM 1,11 nrtt.nlllll ,-if l.n.l,,.. ,i I, .1 1,.1,1.,. nine I h K ,l,l,.. .,f
'"' cise'tif asthma. bs tho rluhi 1 tlm nbovn mentioned company.
kind of peoplo tn work for. as th"V
nro plng all etpensi-s and BlvltiR1 I, . lUrrlsnn, of Oklahoma rilv
Til
nir spindli.r MiMiil ilnvs tn Ides In ill Industrial ll'ms. wbb b
him his time off besides.
ills li"wi.r of thei Tower tlasnllno rotii-
VIII cull for ni'ire fuel ell and umi
KHsnlliie, vhb h will have a tunilein e
to put tile prices up, There hns lii i n
an unusual dsmnml ireenily. f r
antwrpllon itneHNiv1: W'o nro pri
reriainiy ono or mo things that maki' i p.ie . which Is onn of the imwtt siie- ir.lns on low In'il.il, hlKh-K' n viiv
iim mi country iiimoiiM tor us iiik u ; e..,i in in itm emu,' inin, nni ineiii ,u enpolnl, nnd In w vapor t'
lui-iiin. in i M
11 . pi I
W. t. Kverlmrt of the Ilnaniialil' - -at .
iiartinent of thn H r A ll.-. x ml i
A (las Co. of the Chi. m offl.e n .'II
ccinitinnli.it Lv IV It 111. Idle i, :
lain tle.ih r and bioKii. l:. rp- .
plug, gener.il nmnager nf tin- Iniir 'in. ib
miliiinnl Harvester comp'inv, ,,ii,l W , i , i
V Mikhell, flnan, ler nnd elii. l.. n l.n.
I . ' 1 1 i uf rrtiili. eh.uilil not il
111. I ' W III tie l null ! il
I
t II' filters i "rprnlin. 1 . I
i frnm A"nahlnirinn,. vvhero h sj..
illie first tiny uf thn , unr. n n" i
! helnir held by the Natlmiol I''-'
1 Intim lntnule; Imvlnf rmrn i n i
roonf of tniprirlatit Iiikiiu . II,
, nf ths nplnl m that Ihiiim- H
I runln quiet fur neat nun . . r ; .
I after whp h there will ' n ir-'n
IiI'Hih'v etonil ye ir nhi nd fi r ' n
iliisliv "e i an alt ulrn'.i i.
I iwtt for awhile ii'iw " r-.ilil Mi I, i
. , . .. I Ii r, "and then tvp. et a g ,i i u
le H. Hsndersnn, who s one of tht (,,,. ,t,,,KH n,i ,, , ,,,,
in inn i mil., titni, nmiiietii n,,H enpoltll. nndlow Vpor teiimnn
in Ibe olta nnd sin .iking "' With our limevm. wn ran nrnilii
nf i tiirle. h.n a iinl'iu. mm- ndvorpl toll msuUne with alnH''
"Thai if the i"..iii' nmmi't ,,) Initial Rtavlly ftinl Btipolnt rtr
ni.-ii( hiijii , 1 1 1 1 ii i tie. in. h 1 1 I'll.
,t I'liiu- iipeiatiins I p. 111 suci eiwfiil tnuhi rs here. Is bark from !
Ii
d If tiiiiii' Mi.'iiM be
, I b e I i 1 ill I In' l i in w i il
i tint nt lt"'i- i."il a
'SKtV
!
Dully Cotton Tnble.
Pt. Move. Mid Itecl. Sale
New orlcani . 16.60 H.0S9
. 3 12
.132 34
. IS 23
. 76 77
. 43 26
. IS 9s
.1(4 S7
33
10 3
...187 76
. 13" 41
. 13 28
.60 11
.369 88
.123 66
83 68
. 3 8
. 1 11
17 45
.133 25
8 54
1!
31
23
73
23
96
81
30
3
T2
40
26
10
84
63
68
7
11
43
23
63
llnlventon
Mobile ....
Savannah . .
Charleston
WllnilneTlnn
Ttaas City
Nnrfolk . . .
Ilalttnioro .-,
llolon . . .
Philadelphia
New York . .
Minor Porta
Total today
16.30 13,236
. . 16.50 927
.. 16.2S 2,384
.. .... 400
600
J (00
1,5:5
1,219
. . 11.05 ....
17. SO ....
. . 17.55 ....
.... Ill
310.241"
Slock
3,286 86.290
1,369 396,063
. .. 13,419
750 151.936
.... 210,337 1 Pecember
litlcniro future.
Open 11 1 e It Iow Cloie
WHEAT
Dec, ..11.18 11.79 11.71 11.13
Mar. .. 1.67 !. 162 1.61
COIIN
Dee. .. .69 .f .62 .66
May .. .71 .11 '1 .US
OATS
Dec. .. .46 .46 .44 .44
May, . .60 .61 .48 .14
Kama l'ly future.
KANSAS CtTV. Nov 19 -i'Iii.c Wheat.
ea ww s ii lasses
With the Oil Men
Amlv tbtiiiii'i'l,
charm
ilillllnif
Hi
Mi.i h
I'll, it
i' .
i t
IT nirt i- I
'utiik.i i
FOR SALK
Make mo tin of for on oil and louso. Two inilos
woat of Hriatow, Crook county, Oklahoiua. f'loso to
Wilcox wildcat well in :.f-lf-8. Described as follow:
west half (W'n) of tho norlhoiirit quarter (NK'i) f
.section twcnty-Hovon (27), township .sixteen (10),
north, raiiKO oiKht (8), oast, containino; eighty acres
more or loss. Phone 2!) or Address llox G!);,
HartUsMlle, Okla.
nip to Hhrovopnrt, ln.
W S Klsll.-r '.f Mm Pimliieins
STRANDBI5RG,
mcGRp:evy & co.
.MI'.MIIUtK
Yi'ik k Kiibani:e
u . ain li iai -I f Trade
Nee? Oiloana i'"t'"U LirhaiMa
1'itiv vn: wiiti-s
hi'tll'KS, (;lt.. COTTON
i lien. 1i,iii,1m I...ii.'IiI and -".d
iil.lllKir. I HMIlll. Mnnaaer
PHONU 7i!l)(l
III l"'il 'thlul SI (Unlet Till. I)
Htt iiial M'lhl.
Houston, Fihle
& Company
Of Kinsns CHy. Mo.
1
MllMltlins N15W VoltfT
.'TTOrtf KXrilANOIC nnd (MM
CM.n HOARD OF TKAIU
Hto. ki, Itnnds, Urnln and f'oi
"n Ntandant Oil ' 3,i'
slil.nv Work. NVw Ynrlc and
lloslm, Curb. l.lberlj HimiJ
nought nnd Hold. Prlttir wirri
4 II S l. CIIOTCMI ri', Mgr
Tiilt'iilionp Osnuo nUIMI. Xo. II
I'jiet Pourlli .St., TuUa, Olds
wawauiwiuaietaKMnvwiV
Dec. 11.53: Mar. 11.5701.57.
KtuiNii City Cnli Drain.
KANHAH CITY. Nov. 19 Ca.li wheat I 3
tn 1(0 lower; No. 1 hard ll.C6tfl.78, i SSS-
39,033
3,!l33
(7,311
4 071
11.174
(.365
23.539
4.00
Total JTor week ....217,063
Total for season ..2,2(3,069'
Mid. llecta.
16.7S 10,198
16.(0 6,761
16.00 1,994
17.50 3,517
Int. Move,
Houston .
Memphis
Aiiciula ,
St. Louis ,
Atlanta ..... 16.00
Little Hock .. 17.CT0 1,131
MontRKmery . 16.2! 22,601
Dallas 16.35 ....
Salea
3,961
660
1.616
stock
227,639
309,793
133, 03I
10,846
4 72 111
838,547
16
12
31
e
73
23
96
82
31
JS
13
40 J
26
10 li
!.. I
no "t
65
7
14
43
25
S3
Netv Orlenn fpnt.
NCW OltLRANH. Nov 19. Spot cot
ton 75 points Jower sales on the apor
2.304; to arrlveio.6i. Low middling 11.80:
middling 16.60! good middling 18.75, re
celpta 8,069; storl.- J'C.JSO.
cloned steady at net declines of 49 tn 12
points.
Ulan l.ow Cloi-n
16.12 15.00 15.46
.l.inuary J 16.71 14.73 16.55
March 15.59 14 68 16. 1 1
May 15.45 14 71 15.02
July 16.25 14.43 M4 8;
Ni:V YOIIK
firm.
December .
January . ...
March
May
July
Netv York I'uture. I f
Nov. 19. Cotton clos-d rgs
UlSh Iw loa
1(1.90 15.90 is:.:.
.16.27 1...33 C S3
.16.19 16 33 16 85
16.65 16.32 1P.'I
.16.03 16.25 15.61
J. A. PRINGLE
OIL PRODUCTION
Leases. DrUllnj; Contracts.
005-00 Kennedy llldg.
Phono Opto 9250
Now York Hpota.
NKW YOIIK, Nov 19. Suot
quiet; middling 15.53,
cotton
NI1W
New Orlrnna I'uture.
pilLBANM. Nov, 19 Cotton
Hilt SALI5
LlRhtli Inlerrst In ii drilling tvell
In Creek county u 3.000 foot let
Ileet looklnir prospect now drllllnit,
demand ipdcK action,
For parlfruliira address
.M. II. MIllMAHIl
SAPl'LPA
Office Phono 7SJ Ilee 331
Sludtbaker Corp
T.nn, Copper
Tens i'o
Tn ft Pac
TU Pro! . . .
Trn, nl
I'nlon Perlflo . .
I'nlled rKult
C 8. 1001 Prod. . .
t B. Ind Alcohol
V B. ltotall Store
C R Itubber ....
V S. Kluel . .
Sieel pfd. ...
Vth Copper
-, Caro Chem. . . 47
"nlern Vlon .... 2
"eillnrhome i:iec. 42
Wlllyi-Overland ...277
Total sales 1,3(3,600,
RAYMOND SUPPLY CO.
Pipe, Casing and Tubing
USKIl LINK l'IPK
60,000 ft, 4-Inch
50,000 fu 3-Inch
30.000 ft. 2-lneh
2 000 ft. 6. Inch
1 800 ft. H-lnch
1.500 ft, 10-Inch
NKW OAM.NO AND TIIIIM1
Many car en rouln and about Tulka
it Interesting prices,
I'HKI) CASINO AND TliHNd.
A Isrce stock of thl material In
itocK In all sue at very low pruee.
Jobhera of Now llabblls and lead In larja quantities In sinek. Sanllary
wlplnn ran In all i-rades. New waste etc., carried In our varehouo In car
load lot for prompt delivery.
Try u on our naet order We are fully equipped lo out and thread plpo
n cailnir, nipples.
OI'rK'.ni 2.H-2.1ft Lrneli Hide:. (lSAIIK 1M.
VAIlllS AND U'AllLilOL'rjK 1308.1323 K.ST 1'OSTOTtlA ST., M. K. S. T.
Liberty llimds,
XWV YOltK, Nov. 19. Liberty bonds
Itl 196.12
Pint is 86,40 l
seooJ Is , 85.61
i'lrit 4s 87.00
Jtrord 4 85 56
"Inl 4a 88.40
TourHi 4a 85.80
Vlttrrv JJ, 95.90
Wory l 95.98
New Y'orl? I'iclinnie,
fCW toiiK, Nov. 19. Prime marcan
rai'r 8; eichance firm; sterling
44.fiy b .r l.4ij commercial 60-day
on Oinka 13.411 rommiirrlal 60-ddV
1114'' d,imand ""Ki
unr dtiaand 6.58oj cables e.OOo,
Mark, .ie and 1.36ot cables, 1.37c.
'ecr .ler. and 3.95c.
Jew v .it eaehange on Montreal 11
' een nlsi-ount.
ootet' .mt and railroad bands easyi
inie I,.,,,, ,tttiy, to days, 90 days and
'wmr ?38 per cent.
"OIL COMPANIES WITH
PRODUCING PROPERTIES
Drill your offset locations and dovelon your acreago with NKW
CAPITAL. J
Our demand for first hand securities of such companies Is greater
than our supply.
It your short tlmo paper In u burden, wc can help you.
If you doslro to rjulckly Increase your pj-oductlon through 'he
purchnso of producing properties wo can furnish you the capital.
Our hnuso puts your company on a substantial dividend paying
basis, and enables you to conservatively expand and spread out In
tho oil Industry.
No failures to our credit.
No company or person over lost monuy an a result of dealing
with us.
All Inquiries treated strictly confidential.
Inquiries from stock brokers und fiscal agents will receive no
consideration.
ADDRESS BOX B-13, CARE WORLD .g
Ji-nrTnio MOTons
Hei'alrM, Itehulll nnd lie wound
lly Kipcrt Merlinnlra.
DAT AND NIOIIT SBIIVICE.
119.121 K. Hecond St,
I'hone CUr 1140
nm?i.'!t.ht ph"n t40l.
"ODtli; KLKCTIllC CtlMPANY
PHILIP KATES
Lawyer
Kw IxyjitctJ 238 Rcniiedy nldjf.
rhoiie Osac-o 111
Oencrol Practice
NKW
OKAGn JIAr
Mt,.e !"lutln lo dale, rur
IorS.,'.rirlc"' f"lS- """I "1st" "f
Stoker tith '" I" ! o4
Mt Kvsry Ilequlrement.
TULSA UNOI.VKF.HI.N4J &
KUPPlW CO.
TI". Okla. rH0, o.sse 33J
Oil Field Equipment
For quick shipment out of Dallas stock and at
special prices, we have the following equipment:
740 H, P. Oil Country Boilers
535 H. P. Foos Gas Drilling
Engines with reversible clutch.
11 1 0x4V-xl0 Snow Line Pumps
3 10x3V2xlO Snow Line Pumps
Also, complete stock of "Burnham," "Worthing-
ton" and "Blake-Knowles" Steam Pumps. All
sizes both high and low service.
GASOLINE DRIVEN PUMPS
Ask for Prices Write, Wire, Phone
Briggs-Wcavcr Machinery Co. Jii
Dallas, Texas
For 25 Years
"THE HOUSE OF SERVICE"
M
Approximately 27
from Oidahoma
i
Quarter,
illion Barrels of Oil
During Third
1920
The OIL WEEKLY, in its issue of November 20th, will carry figures showing amount of
oil produced by each company during the third quarter. This report is direct from the
State Auditor's office and the figures are those submitted by companies in their gross pro
duction report. Out with the itemized Oklahoma production list ahead of all other jour
nals. The OIL WEEKLY merely is adhering to its intensive policy of progressivencss.
What of Mexico?
The OIL WEEKLY presents in each issue, tho
latest and most reliable information from
Mexican oil fields.
That's why oil men interested in Mexico,
Central and South America find it to their
advantage to read this journal every week.
Just another instance of why The OIL
WEEKLY has forcd ahead.
Kentucky Wyoming
Montana
In addition to its 'regular repoit from the
Southwestern fields Oklahoma, Kansas,
Louisiana and Tcxns The OIL WEEKLY is
now carrying reports nhowing oil activities
in Kentucky, Wyoming and Montana.
he Oil Whekly is an oil
maris paper.
Its reports on drilling
tiiicl completed wells arc
usually a wec or wore
earlier than those in other
oil lublicrttioiw titicl
they arc twiCtcn tfitliout
prejudice for or against
the companies operating.
It contains articles oj practical value
to the field superintendent, the land dc
partmcnt man, the driller, the refinery
man, the office man in short, every
body comiected teith oil.
Jt records the movements 0 oil men,
tfte progress o refinery and production
development m the United States and
in foreign fields.
Il is spending more money to give the
oil man a real oil magazine than any
other oil publication in the United
States.
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Unpre j u d iced
That'K why it is .said that "The OIL WEEKLY
leads others follow." NewH while it in
nows, aceurato in every detail, written from
an unbiased .standpoint items such as you
can "rely upon. And presented in a form
which makes it easy to find what you want
to read.
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maintains an office at 225 Atco building, Tulsa, Okla., which
handles, in addition to the news of the section, all adver
tising and subsciption matters throughout Okla
homa and Kansas
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