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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, DECEMBER G, 1920.
fm THE OIL FIELDS
W. H. PECK
on. market quotations.
TAfnlnx 4. 2& Kahiiis Okta.,
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Fomirnl 4.IOCorlcn hy,
,(,,nj t.ocor.lcn light. ,
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toutti Urns.... I.ti llenryallk
Lull luvoil .... J.fSlUwill
Uu" ' Crude Oil ITo.li.cU
i.fllnttt rriiorl following prleo!
ID 12 Nplh
Canada Will Reap
large Prof Us
U It. McCullum writing from
Carnegie, l'u., says: I wan up In
Canada tills week and whllo thero
bad ti very interesting lntorvluw
with tho leo iru8hlcnt of tho Im
perial Oil company regarding tho ro
cent strike ut Tort Kormnn, Cana
dian northwest, where, a well was
drilled to S00 feet mid came In flow
1: e nt the rate of nnu thousand to
tlx tuousand barrols. Tliu enclosed
rr.p, nt clipping taken from tho
OIL AND GAS
true laplln l'roducllan, lltr.
Okmulgeo County Royalty for Sale..
Highly acres, six producing wulls,
0 uoi.s to bu drlllod, oil of 41 gravity
conuuatiUlnf a premium over ntu
I'or particulars call Osage 1207 or
write tho Muddcn Investment Co.,
lolO So. .Main St. Adv.
WANTED 28 Star rlgo and com
plc.o outfit. 283-H, euro of World.
ALASKA Olli 11ED.S Wo will lo
tatu you on 2.S60 acres land under
oil lease act of Alaska, most reliable
locator In chaige of work, largo coat
irn oil opmutorH now In field quick
action necoM-ary. Our total chaigu
ll.OuO.OO for locating you. Wrlto
er wire W. J. Iogus, 1326 1. C.
Smith Hul.dliig, Seattle, Wash Adv.
ACKEAOK In shallow field direct
from owner. S wollu In, two more
drilling to tho deeper sands; now
commercial lease, 85.00 per acre. AU
driM Box SC-A, euro World. Adv.
WANTED -A general field super
intendent of long experience. Ono
competent to nupervl.su tools and
production. Want nn especially good
production man and equally as
sood with tools- Must not bo afraid
to stay on tho Job day or night If
necessary. To such a person wo have
a genuine opportunity but want an
A-No. 1 man with highest reference,
(live us In first letter full details of
experience, references, married, sal
ary expected, etc Address Postof
flte Hox 1S31. Tulsa, Okla. Adv.
Hilling contract: will give 200
arris In section 13, township 18,
runse 15. for a test well. Call R. K.
Lynch, Osage C285. Advt.
Wanted, position as field superin
tendent; havo had 13 years cxporl
nce In Oklahoma Holds; thoroughly
competent; open for position Decem
ber, Very best reference as to
Hblllty. Address B-200, care of Tho
Hoyalty for Sole Ono half Inter
est In tho northwest of the nnrth
tJl of 22-JG-ll. Three- wells drill
ing, a quarter of a mllo from this
land. I'rlco 16,000. This royalty
csnnot bo bought for this prlco
fhould either of thn three wolls
oomo In .good. Havo no talk for
brokers. Bee mo personally, Phono
Cedar 1503, Tulaa. Illcliard J. Hill.
Mexican oil lands and production,
Ketchum hotol, room 321. Advt.
FOR SALfc Casing nil sires, new
iirecl line plpo and tubing. We
" buy used casing, abandoned lines
tnd wells. Goodman & Rlngold, 325
Central Hank, Tulsa, Osago 9564,
Tor your depletion and tax prob
lems, accounting nnd systematizing,
call Carl U Rice. C. P. A.. 517 Ken
nedy 131dg. Phono Cedar 297.
m0n,, Olnb0 dftte,l November 30
win glvo you a vory lucid descrip
tion of tho territory as well us the
proposed action of tho Dominion
government with respect to thu ro
strlctlons on tho leasing and pros
peeling, and tho nrtlcle In Its en
tlrcty may provo very Interesting to
In addition to what you may
glean from tin. enclosed 1 might
also odd that on tho 21st day of
Doecmbcr there Is ono hour of sun
which allows about three hours of
daylight and seml-dayllght, during
which time a nnwspnpcr can be rend.
Tho average low tempcrntmo during
tho winter months Is 47 degrees be
low zero, but somo years tho ther
mometer has bcon known tn drop
to 67 below zero. Tho climate and
conditions generally nro tho same
ns those of Koine, tho location being
duo cast of tho old Alaska gold ro
glon. I-'rom th Tnronetn illobe,
"OTTAWA, Nov. 29 Koyaltlen
on oil production In tho northwest
territories aro expected to bo fixed
by proclamation at frotn 2 1-2 to 10
per rent of tho output. The pro
posal Is that tho royalty would be
from 2 1-2 to 5 per cent of thn out
put for tho first flvo yenrs, from B
to 10 per cent for tho next five
yenrs, nnd after that 10 per cent of
tho vnluo of tho output nt tlio well.
"Tho Dominion government will
participate In goodly measure In nny
profits which may eventually bo
mndo known In the northern wilds
as a consequence of thn recent dis
covery nt Fort Kormnn liy the ex
ploration parties now In tlio west
or by tho flood of prospectors
whlrli will go out Into t ho great
north ns soon as tho spring of 1921
arrives. Tho department of tho In
terior will collect a rental from all
land staked, will reserve for the
crown ono-half of every C40 acres
or less staked by every prospuctor
and will collect a good royalty as
well. . ,
"For a number of years it will not
glvo tho oxchequer much money.
Tho rentals will bo tlio first source
of funds to tho federal treasury, nnd
It will begin to get returns from Its
own oil fields only when millions
of dollars have been f-pent In branch
railroads and plpo lines to mnko
production commercially feasible.
Then tho royalties on this oil, re
ported to be of fine quality, would
bo a real assistance to federal finan
cing If tho field proves as rich ns
It Is believed to bo.
"A cordon of Dominion pollen Is
holding back rash and inexperienced
men from braving tho northern
danger until next June, when any
prospector mny go north ,if ho has
provisions nnd equipment sufficient
for a year'H sojourn in the wilds, us
well ns experienced guides, livery
precaution Is being tnken to nvold
a recurrence of tho tragedies at
tending tho great 1R98 rush Into tho
Klondykc. There is no great need
of rush ns tho oil fields aro 300.000
square miles in extent, or equal to
tho nggregato area of tho Maritime
Provinces. .. ,
"The Imperial Oil company s
strike nt Kort Norman is 1,200 m cs
from Hdmonton nnd 800 miles
from tldnwater, so far ns a feonlble
plpo lino route is concerned, though
Fort Norman is within 200 miles
of the Arctic circle. Tho strlko at
Fort Norman at 800 feet is various y
reported to havo resulted in a dally
flow of from 1,000 to 6,000 barrels.
"Tho Imperial Oil expedition to
Windy Point on the Great Slnvo
lake, 800 miles from Edmonton,
has so far only drilled 300 feet nnd
expects no results before i 1,500 feet.
"It is Btatca hero that inland
transportation, even by. boats of
very light draught on the Pence
nnd Athabasca rivers, would not bo
feasible for extensive traffic, eon
w'lth shallow drought boats, because
the season Is only four months long
and the portages difficult for such
heavy freight. Tho proposal mooted
hero is to construct a branch lino
o Fort Hesovegan & British Colum
bla railway. This Is said to bo ens y
accessible from Windy Point, whllo
oil from Fort Norman could conio
by water or plpo line."
Sinclair Has Big Well
at Damon Mound
The Sinclair peoplo completed nn
8,000 barrel well yesterday at Damon
Mound In tho south Texas field,
which certainly puts them In ele
gant shapo o far ns crudo Is con
oerned and best of all tho new pipe
unu connecting this field with tho
Jig rennery on tho ship canni nt
Houston u 111 be comnleted within
tho next 30 days. It wilt bo a big
money maker from tpo start.
At Hope, Arkanaaa
Tho Whlto Oil corporation Is
drilling ut 1,000 fuvt In thn north
west corner of tho southeast of the
southwest of 12-ls-24w,
Tho Continental Oil company, of
I.lttln Hock, headed by Waller U
llrown, has contracted with the
llopo men and Sturgess for a 3,800
foot test on a location about four
miles north of the White well, Con
tract calls for drilling by January
Hhaw A; Center commenced drill
ing six miles cast of the White welt,
In Nevada couniy, In tho southwest
of tho southwest of 36-13o-23w, on
December 1. Hhaw Is tho man who
owned lnrgo m rengo In section 30
of the llniner field and tho royalties
made him a fortune.
Humphries Pelroleum company
and .straughan Crawford arc
drilling about 10 miles northeast of
the Whlto Well. In northwest of
northwest of 4113s-22w. Tho hole
was 1,200 feet deep on December I.
Tycup Oil company Is drllllnit
about nine miles northwest of Hope
In southeast of southeast of 7-1 Is-
25w. Hole Is down 750 nnd they
are now changing to rotary to go
deeper. Will finish up with cable
Daniels Oil company of Knnns
City, has n block 12 miles north
of Hope, which will bo drilled by
Stralighnn .4 Crawford. Itlg Is on
location In southeast of northwest
of 28-10s-2lw. Havo combination
cablo nnd rotary rig. Oeologlcnl re
port was made nnd recommended
by department of stnt university of
in Beugx Field
A gas explosion In which flvo
men weru seriously burned, ono of
them perhaps fatally; a drilling well
and several storage tanks filled with
oil caught flru mid wuro totally de
stroyed, occurred Saturday night at
tho Amerada-Illverlnd well on the
Joo lllunt farm two nnd a half
miles west of Ilccgs In tho southwest
quarter of 11-14-1 1.
Tho cause of the explosion Is still
a mystery, but tho slto of tho ex
plosion being In a depression among
tho hills, gives rise to tho theory
Unit accumulated gas settled In tho
hollow, caught fire from a derrick
light or boiler, whllo others say that
one nt tho drillers on thu well lighted
One man so seriously burned that
he Is not expected to live Is named
Walker, nnd Is a driller employed
by tho Amerada-Illverland interests.
L. a. Wheeler of the firm of Clay
pool & Wheeler, drilling contrac
tors; John Itlgdon, tool dresser
from Preston, Oklahoma, and u
driller whoso name could not be
obtained, but who Is kkuown as
Walter, wero those Injured. Tholr
clothing was burned from their
bodies, anil after a first aid treat
ment at Ileggs, wero rushod to tho
hospital nt Okmulgee.
Immediately following the ex
plosion, thn great storage tanks
filled with crude oil caught fire, tho
mass of flames lighting up the sky
for miles around, Thn flames from
tho burning tanks enveloped Walker
burning him over his entire oily. Ko
estimate of tho loss of property has
been made by tho Amoradn-nivcr
land people, but thn total Is said to
run into tho tens of thousands.
No. 2 Cain farm is down 760 feet.
The Carter Oil company Is drill
ing ut 1,200 fact on its No, 2 on
the Hall farm In tho southeast of Its
33-20-7. No. 3 on tho muiio farm
is spudding in.
Tho Olllllnnd Oil company have a
dry halo In tho llartlesvlllo sand
and will abandon nt 2,770 feet, in Its
Johnson school land test In the
southeast of 13-20-7.
Tho Dunlgan Interests are finish
ing up a fishing Job on their Chls
inan farm lest In the northeast of
20-20-7. They are down about 600
Tho Combined Oil Ons com
pany, Moftlt & It con. are drilling nt
COO feel on No. 4 Wagner, In tho
northwest of 26-20-7,
in Cleveland Field
W. It. Page, of Olran, New York,
tins Joined Mason nnd the Curler
llrollirn In n test located in th"
southwest corner of tho southwest
of 7-21-8. (leorgo Umnlngs farm.
A rig Is up for the fltst well.
In the Oil Fields
The Mason & Carter llrothois'
No. 2 In tho southwest comer of
tho went half of the northeast of
23-21-8, Is showing ir0 barrels In
sand found from 2,m to 2,21u
feet. No. 3, located In thn south
east corner of the same farm Is a
Tho same people nre building n
rig for No. 8 on the south 90 acres,
which Is an offset to the No. 1, unit
Is located In tho center o film north
line of thn west half of tho south
east of 23-121-8.
Show Oil in Deep Tent
nt. iinlln nil .r. r!i.M n.i..,nm
A t.U 1 . V V,. ... Mn 1 ... " "-
luu a small showing In a 3 1-2-lnrh
nolo, nt but lliree lent in a pay Rami
topped nt 216 feet. In Its lest
near Stroud, Okla, In 6-75-7.
Tho hole Is snld to bo caving
badly, nnd because of the unusual
n...n l-.rt nt lUn lifitn ..11 rwit 1I
drilled much deeper. Tho oil Is 39
gravity. Tho Pralrln Is building
tnukngo and will drill In In a few
The Harry Evans Funeral
Tho funeral of Hurry Uvans yes
terday afternoon was largely attend
ed nnd the Kniglits Templar or
which tho deceased was a member,
wero out In full force. Thn florni
offerings wero very large and tho
services very Impressive. Huverend
Kerr, who officiated, spoko of the
wonderful parental affection nnd the
divine sncrlflco made for men and
excelled In effect lvenesn, if that
were possible, his usual kindly nnd
In the Jennings Field
A. D. Morton Is at tho top of the
Hartletivlllo sand and will drill in
today on his No. 2 Itncsn Sc Htccu
fee. In the southwest of 34-20-7.
John Mnrkham Is down 1,825 feet
on his Ewcrt farm test In tho south
east of 14-20-7.
Tho Pralrlo Oil fc O.is company
Is drilling a 3,340 feet on Its
deep test on the Cain farm, In tho
southwest of 27-20-7. Its No. 1
on the Vambrlnk farm. In 24-20-7,
Is drilling at 2.820 feet, whllo their.
We arc Architects
and Builders, with years
of experience. If you
are preparing to build,
write us, giving general
descriptions of your
wants and we will for
ward, free of expense,
sketches of designs for
you to select from, and
will name approximate
cost and give you net
price for the building
J. H. HILL & CO.
2051i E. Second Street
Thn Magnolia Peitoltum cor
poration has a 1,250,000 foot gunner
In sand found from IS M i.lhl
feel, In their Kdwurd farm lest In
tho BDlithwcxt of the southeast of
the southeast of SN-Bn-lOw,
Tho Anidurko Petroleum com
pany him a 2,000,000 gsssi-r at 3.UIS
feet. In No. 1 Milton on the south
west of the southeast of 2C-(!n-l(iw.
The Fortun.v Oil coniluny s No. 2,
Lindsay In the southeast corner of
the northeast of the southeast of the
snuthewt of 36-6n-10w, has been
completed fur R barrels In tho 1,972
The Invincible (ill company test
In the northeast corner of the
northwest of the sotithivist of 1-dn-toy,
Is making 15 barrels of oil nnd
somn Kilt water III the 2,338 to 2,319
Tho Magnolia petroleum company
has a 40-bjrrnl dally producer in
lis No. 1 D.ivls, In the northeast
corner of the northwest of the north
east of l-5n-10w.
The tlorton Trust company's No.
6 Wade, In the center of thn north
west C'f thn northwest of the sinitli
onM of 2-5n-9w, In a 35-barrel well
111 the 2,3tr, foot pay.
The ln irii ltito on company's Ko
5 on the nig Whip tract, In the
southwest corner of tho southeast
of 3. in 9w, Is 11 20-bnrrul well.
The Magnolia Petroleum coiupiuiv
bus a C-bnrrel pumper In Ko. 1 Old
Imiii, In Iho nOrthwcM corner of the
northe.st of the southwest of 0-On-9w.
The Invincible Oil company test
on thn MeCluren farm In thn north-
wesi corner or tun soiltlienst of 6-
n-9w. Is a 35-barrel producer.
Hie Midwestern Oil company's Ko
i Uiekey, In tho noutheast comer of
he sr.utbwest of the northeast of
he northwest of ll-5n.w, Is ,1 10
shot1 l'ro,lut'rr "fu'r ft 20 iirt
. At Walters.
Melton & Unuthltt's lest on the
Armstrong farm In thn southenst
: "oriuwesi nt tlio north
east of JI-ls-Dw. Is a 10,000,000 foot
-ei A,,V""r,," ('""ity Tixi,
1 lie W f. Welmer company of
'fan-as flty. has R rig on th.
fiT"nil f?,r n,SMn f,,ot 0Ht ' 26.
ns-.3e, Ilourbon county. Knns.is.
The rtoxnna Petroleum company
est 011 thn mourns acreage In the.
?nnr; rornPr "f Hi" snuthcHst of
ouni'p ' mnk,nr '"rcls on tho
Frank Tiuttram'n Ko. I Ithnmer. In
...uv. !L"; l"n south-
Hnvc on Iinncl for Immediate delivery 50,000 foot, 1-Inch Mand
nrd lino plpo, nt our yards, Itritdy and Frankfort streets, Tulsa,
AMERICAN SUPPLY CO.
OFFICn: SIS DATjTjAS IH.UG.
American Tool and Supply Co.
(Shops and Office at South End of Main St.)
On Ozark Trail
Night Telephone 460
Machine and Blacksmith Shop
For Oil Country Trade
Our Work Is Guaranteed
Manufacturers of Drilling
and Fishing Tools
Wire Lines, Bull Ropes,
Rubber Belts, Etc.
west of 16-20 Co. s a 7 ftOO.000 fooi
giuwor In thn ?.M2-foot sand.
Tho Knnota (ill company has a 75
barrel well in Its No. 1 flchnol. in
the southeast corner of thn southwest
of tho southwest of 13-30-6e.
Thn novum Petroleum company's
No. 6 Long, nt the center of the
west lino of the southwest of tin
northwest of lS-19-Bc, Is an SO-banelj
wen niier a m-qunri snoi.
Thu same compuo'u Ko. IS Pren
tlce, In tlio southwest comer of th'
COST IN 1 1 lil O.N NH.Vf I'ACIM
s tWengcr Armstrong Pelroleum Co.
4 Ut A fJt.'I.IMfia
With the Oil iMvn
MA UK HTHIIH
Union Aroadn Illdff.
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
"llI'IKnilH, KVPOHTKIIM amii t AtM.-t-Tt-nu
"! Office, Co.dcn IIM 1
I,. II. Klrkpntrlck, for a long tlm
associated with W. I Ittrliardsor
of the l.ale Park defining rompam
li back from California where lie
went for iicreallon it ml H now hue'
in tho game In Tulsi itgnln. He si
"printing around tho llieekeurlilgi
field In Texas, and had a report Hut
unlay that a well completed by tin
.losln l'o (til company caught fin
Halurday and bids fair to burn up
everything In thn Vicinity,
A. II (llbson of tho firm of (lib
son A Daiihlr.er Is In the eltv ail'1
nays that the pipe lino from Havre
I'm lire, to Paris Is now building, a
reports to the contrary iiothwilh
standing. Mr. flthsnu Is the fulhet
of this bleu of piping crude oil from
ho seiiboiird to Iho capital of fash
ion nnd finance In TVnnce, and he I
amply able to put It through, helm
amongst thn most forlunatn oil pro
ilucers In Mexico and various part'
of tho mldcontlneiit field. I In say
'ortller that Jon (luffy of the well
known firm of flurry (llllespln Ol
company Is now In Mevlco utid wll
leturn soon. Iln ngrecs with Mr
Cliffy In his contention that Artlcl
XXVI I In the newly adopted constl
tntlon of Mexico Is not a bad thing
for thn oil producer, but will work
out not only to tho welfare of the
man producing oil but will furnish
thn Mexican government will1
enough money to build schools nnd
colleges and otherwise improve the
Evans & Company
ritirAno homih or Tituiri
Niv hii.i;a.nh cotton i:ciiamii'
West i:nd Hotel Tulsn lotliy
R. II. IIKOOKH. Mgr.
Phone Osage 9727
Anderson &Gustafson, Inc.
Refiners & Marketers
Petroleum and Its Products
ETrry In tho jrar our fndllttca arc nt yemr sprrlro for
quicker nnd broader market for all Mld-couUnent netrolenn,
Phone Osg 740, 7481, 700.1 or It. D. IS.
A 'GUSTA. OA.
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
.W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for petroleum product.
MIKNKAPOL1B AKD CHICAGO
SJfv I.lVlrJflSTnN RFPINPPQ rnDonniTiA.,
PRODUCKRS HKFINERS MARK17I'j;iiK
All Products ut Pelroleum. All I'lionou Osueo 0120
(iuiiernl Offices, Tulsn, Okla..
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
First National Hank Dldg., Tulsa, okla.
Local Telephone Osago No. 2780
Long Distance, L. U. No. 1D8
rurcliascm of nil petroleum product for export.
New York Ko. 1 Broadway Paris Continental Hotel
Export Terminals at Avondaln, rew Orleans, La.
THE ALLIED REEiiNlNG COMPANY
PRODUCKHH AND HKI'IKKIIS OF PRTIIOLKUM
a.neral Offices. 415 -J.V""0''- k" !-
" COSDEN & COMPANY
HIGH UltAULl PKTROLKUM PUOUUCT3
CONSTANTIN REFINING CO.
General Oflccs, Tcnth floor Klrwt National Ilank Illdir.
Refineries, Tul-a, Devol.
Phone, Osage 4020,
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
rulca. Okla.. 215 Sinclair Hldg. Nuw York. 120 IJroadwa
Chlcogo, Conway nulldlng.
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufacturers Cnslnghend, Absorption and lllended (Jasolin
Phouu Osaco c:20. Tulsa. Okla.
BIGHEAKTPRUDUCiiNG a KEiilNUNCj
. ...... . , ,11 ml ITT T I T7- T Tl T . . . w ,
MAMJi'Aiuiu.n ni4n -- ivwi.i-.tjni nujoui.io
Hich flrnde Lubricating Oils. Cylinder Htonks and Tteflned War
Bxeciitlve Offices, Ninth Floor May Uldc. Tulsa, Okla.
finery. HlBheart Okla Phone Osngr t
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
HIGHWAY OIL PUOUUCT8
General Offices 206-212 Lynch building.
Phono 0-9313. Lone Distance 121
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
i 'Ma MAro m.no
PHONIJ OSACIH i3i
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
iri.... r','f'',co Office) 1110 Mouth Michigan Avcnuo
Jo" ft.?,,? ? ,7'" O'"-". nnllas, Texs.
WW. Ott.. QAfl OIU K15HOHKNB. NAPHTHA. OAHOLINU
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
I'nontTCRIlH AND RnrtNKRH
IIOMK OKKICH- No, flft ltroad Ht Nnw York
S29 Kennedy Hldg.. Tulsn, Okla.
INDJAHOMA REFINING COMPANY
Ileflnerles nt Okmulgee, Oliln.. Knst flu Louis, III.
BT. LOU1M OKKICU: KHUIHIAL RKHHRVI3 DANK IlLDO.
rSDUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
Now Pir., M... .. nODUCTH
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
I'ltONHH OflAOH C1700-01
Ainnurncturers Petroleum Producut Sales Dept.
712 Now Plrst National Ilnnk Hldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Henneries Located at Okmulgee. Oklahoma City. Cushlng. Poncu city
a., ... kln" ""''"""Vllle, Toxns.
Hale. Office Phona 7006! 4U Unity HUk., Tuls.i, Okla.
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
WMM Z KnBn T"AN8POUTin0
Kansas Cltjr, Mo. Rlchnrd lllda
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
It. J. UHAltPK an,l it -n .,,.,
""JD"". iiesiucnt Agents. pi,ono .,,
' it-csiucnt Agents. Phono S3t
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
u, , , . I'llOHUCUllH AKU IH5F1NRHH
HI. Louis. Mo.. Arcade iiin. .
Ch.c.o, ,.. continental Commercl Uank i'ldg""1'0 m''
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
RKFINlillllCH at i.mu..... W,J-A -rx A
Bales Oflce. aos Houtl, LaBalle Htrout, chlcni;o
THE PURE OIL CO.
Heflnerlea at Cushlng and Ardmore.
MetjP Petroleum Corporation
(LAKK PARK RK'JNINO WVIBION)
... , (IciiBral Office
Iltalto Illllldlng, Kansas City. Missouri
ncin.rl . Tli1" 0r,l,, r,,a A'nyo liulhlC
Roflnerlea Olcmulgi.0 aim j'onua City a, o omin n, , .
aa"0'""' Uapulpu, lUx'uy, Ol(?ahom'a.0,(,al,0,na
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
Co. hamS S5"?. AND 0IM.
Work., Coffeyvllle. Kan. -uvo. lQ9i ,,, m
cmcAGo -; ''-
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
K&iinrjiii) of HIOHBST ORADN Lmntlf irrun .?
i-unniTR I.UIUIICATB8 nianr ma OIL3
BIrty Par Cant Ratter Lubricating Than a L ...
General Offices Arcade ilulldlng ' ,h,rr
OKLAHOMA WiUDUGliNG & KWWiNuTTOp
of Araorlc wiir,
PISTHOLKUM AND ITH PltODUCTH
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