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TULSA DAILY WOULD, IMIDAK, DKUHJMHEK 10,
IN THE OIL FIELDS
W. H. PECK ' Residence 2442
OH. MAIIUlrr llt'OTATKINH.
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10-11 Ntnll.k 141 0
tlu oil 10 ii
Puil OH TVto
Itcftmrs Want No Cut
in Cl inic
The following I'tatimenl Is Issued
ly Hurry Wltlniu of Plttsliimtlu
owner nf Hi" Wuverly oil works, ninl
l.i undntilitcdlv tlui Went discussion
jf Hid situation from u refiners'
Jlii Is farHlKliluil cnotiKh to under
ntunit fully thn situation 12 months
from now, wcro Iho prion of crude
i.'Ut, ninl mlillo riot as optimistic as
ho should lid In irifntd n tint de
mand for refined products durlllK
tlio next 90 days, Is niivcrllielorm nliln
to put tin Nitnailon from u refiners'
point of view, nioitly ably. It l.i u
trmln letti r and therefore not writ
ten Ilr effect, Hint lonely n plain
ntutcmcnt of conditions.
".Never In the lilHlory of the po
troleutn oil tntiln have such Irom
etulolm declhuii taken p'nen in pu
trolciiin products with no declines
In priced of crude oil. Those coif
dltlon hnvo reunited In shutllui;
down a number of refineries, ntiil
present u serious outlook for tha
roflnltiK trade. Tlio only crude de
clines noted are In heavy nilil-con-
......... ... ...l..r.,luL ...I Mix
tlnent oil, ft Iiuko porrontuKo of W ,' ,,, ,i, .. ..i,,,,,,,.. t values
which bo to fuol oil and tho Koiier.il
opinion In Hint little or tin decline
lll occur In tho prices of other
cm ile, uh liny such decline would
result In Immediate curtailment of
new produetlon activities, which
must bo mitlntiiliied If Iho supply of
crudo Ik tn keep puco with tho Itri
mensn roiiHuniptlon. lyiwnr price
for nrudei nt this Hum would mean
much higher jiHcvh and u general
shortage within 12 month, it Ii
freely predicted Hint tho present
downward prlco movement of nil
commodities Im nt (in Kid with tha
posslblu uxceptlou of ntcul and coal."
George E. Black Is Here
George. K. Black, well-known
OIL AND GAS
Uhm Hspptlr rrndactlxt, Xl.
W l.ln.l 1 ) I .... I. nMvnnl.A ....nil.
I nbtn (or drilling propositions in
f Oklahoma or Kniuiaa, located struct
J turally favorublo. I'lcuao furnlflh
J completo data, Am in position to
! net promptly. Would nlno purchiuin
I leaiio close to kooJ production. Ad
AiUreiui iiox 81-11, euro of Tho World.
Wanted work for NntloimK ma
chine, located near Dawtion: will
movo anywhere. J'iiono Onn'uo 0432
or 7477. Advt.
Wanted Drilling or cleaning out
for N"o. 27 Htnr- TuUa dlntrict pre
forrcd. Addrejis 147-11, caro of Thu
Oil 1mu V"r IniIo t.'hewii.
Fifty acreH unleimed In Nowata
coutty, by owner. Kor Information
wrlfe Mrn. M. V. Wheeler, Denver,
Colo. 1522 l'onn. Advt.
For NuUi In llenrjo'tn 1'itol.
Commercial Oil and K leaiio. 120
erc, located In northwest (inartur
of section 24-11-11; prlco $4,000.
AddrcM J. O. Hamilton, l.ucurno
Apartments, I'ort Worth, Toxaii,
Acreafo tn nlmltow field direct
from owner. Klsht wolls In, two
more drilling to tho duepor unmix.
new commercial lease, I&.00 per
acre. AddresH llox RO-A, euro
Wantftd Vounc man, preferably
slnfilo, to represent eastern capitalists
in tho oil tiuslncKS In Oklahoma and
Kansas. Must bo familiar with all
Phases of tho business except ni
fining. Must nlso have thorouKh
knowledgo of poola and conditions
In tho two states. Absolute hunrHty
and Bobrlety uro nvcesBary. To
nich a, youmr man an opportunity
Is oftefod to bouomo closely iimo
clatod with somo of tho stronKest
financial Intercuts In tho country,
Answer quickly. Addrosu Dox 14S-
11, care World. Advt.
Wo havo fund for several lm
mediate opemtioim. What havo you
to offer In Oklahoma for drilling
proposition on offsat or blocked
ucreiiRo. Address llox 139-1), carv
Troductlon Wanted 100 barrels
or morn with cood aoroauo. You can
vet nulck notion on n business prop
osltlon. Address box 395, Miiakofoe,
producer Is hero from California,
where hn Iiiim been Hpellillnt; tho hisl
few tuiintliH, mid owIiik to the fact
iTt .Mr, lllnrk Is h nltiso student f
4 onotulc r-f (id It I ' 'iter. It Is InU'M tln
i'i note that lm 1m oillnilntle im l
Die outlook nud mm that within tin
il.is nil this talk of hard times wi'i
be a think' of Hi" pait. "There
should bit lot lesii talk about Hi"
ilnuni'H of a em in the prlco of
tlilile, and morn said about till real
aliio of Kamiiini'," sain .Mr. iimck,
lieemiso the fact Is. Kiisollnn Is b'l-
eomliiK inuf'h morn a noresslty, and
ii . t a luxury, runners everywhere
am uh n K motor iruesH io miirm. i
their own products, nud It Is nvldeiu
that any community that Is th"
(outer of an ItitelllKent farm poiu-
latlnn where nroiluets of the faun
lis marketed direct by thn owners, or
am handled In it businesslike man
lier by the Krowors as Ihat the own
eis of ntitomobllvx can drive out ami
load up with tho products of the
fat in. In many pIik-cm owners of
farms nte estnbllshluK markets
nloiur tho hlKhwas, which am mnsl
traversed, and It Is not an uncom
mon nlKhl to see a nuncn or curs
from town loading nn with every-
thlni; that the fanner product's from
farm h.iiim.ikm to heavier products
llko potatoes and apples, kt means
a irrealiy nieiiaseii use nt i;,isuune
and It also meann a rery satisfac
tory way of stocklm: MP tho cellar
nitahiHt thn winter wilch Is now
coinlni; on. IJvery community can
work out Its own riuht niialnst tho
hlirh cost of llvlnir. and livery farm
er can bo hla own middleman," Mr
lllaek Is also sure that tho new ad
ministration will rapidly brim; about
proper readjustment of taxation,
and will find a way to replace thu
excels profits tax, which Is not ex
pected to yield nun ii in tuu way
In manufactured stuff, brmmht
about by the deflation process ly the
New Pool Being Opened Up
Interest Is centered 111 the country
north of lCellyvllle and west of Hapul
pa, In 10-lM-lo, where tho Klnclair
Oil & dim Co. i.'ot 7.000.000 feet of
Kits at tho. top of tho 2, 428-foot Hand,
and tho well Immediately Im-kiiii
sprayttur oil nud tho sand Just
The ijood well Is located on the
Ilosutta Parks farm In tho northeast
of tho southwest of 10,, and Is Homo
distance from production In almost
In 27-19-10, J. Alex Dlnijwall, Jr.
bioufrht In th orlulnal well aliAiit a
year hk Whlcli mauo iuu uarreis
natural in wiq s.uuu-iooi pay. j nvy
MT4i forced to run perforated cusIiik,
however, nnd tho well is now niauing
Tho sainn company's No. 2 w-as n
2, 000, 000-foot teas well In thu same
sand, and No- .1 on the mure tract
1h spuuiiinK nt mis weuK-
T wo souin nnu in mo same in
rectlon tho Oklahoma Central Oil
eoiiiiianv brouuht in a lou-oitrrei
well in its first test, No. 2 brouKht
In Homo time aco. was itood for 300
barrels nnd No. .lis located nt the
cenior of tho east line of the south
east' of tho northeast of 27-19-10,
Is npw tlrlllliiK near tho 2,000-foot
Joseg Oil Company
Han Two Gasnern
11. A. Josey, operatlnit (is the Josoy
Oil company, has -what looks llko
nn entirely now field and has ft well
muklnic 13000,U00 leei oi Kas ami
it ! located in tho northeast or
28-20-0. . , .
Tho blir pas wus rucoumvreu at
771 feet and tho total depth Is
2.780 feet, whllo tho o G-s men
casliiK waa Hot at 2,735 feet.
Thu wen is a mil in ami is rami
...wi,l nnillisll to HlllllllV Tulsa With
uas nn nmtter how cold tho wenlHer
may Ret uurinR ino i-omiiiR wiiuer,
and one thlnif Is certain, nnd that
Is that there will bo no more wolla
within n radius of a few miles, be
cause Josey owiih 4,000 Acres In that
He has nlso inn mp or mo saou
In his well on an entirely different
structure two miles pant, which Is
located In 23-2U-0, nnu nere ui two
feet In tho wind, which wan found'
at 2,816 feet, the well i.t showlnR for
a Kcnuluo Kns well but no estimate,
us to It" cnpaclty has been made.
With all that ucrenRe. which Is In
20-0 and 7, Josey has demonstrated
what a real oil man can do. lie has
H elegant oiKanlr.ntlon, with 1. II,
I. .Midlife as head ReohiRlst, and be
It known, this In the country of
strtic tuics and anticlines, where
Ki'oliiKlsts can rtndlly outline likely
looklm; oil and Kits terillory.
Certainly Josey Is to be roiiRratti
latnl, hn Is already the owner of
many riis wells In I. a llcttn county,
Kansas, and In the country nrolinil
Vale, It all winks to the Rood of
the community, and the vonmnittun
commlHslon a I Oklahoma O 1 1 y
should Immediately lu notified of
this new find.
. Alex Ping wall, Jr.,
Slick lilxlrli t.
.1, Alex Mnuwell, Jr.'s well No.
r,$ In the cnuthwest of thn south
west rif southeuifl of 'J-in-10, Flora
,1 with 40 quarts and has been flow
InR 200 darrein per day throiiKh
ravlni;n. N II on tint same lense In
tho southwest of the northwest of
Iho southeast Is it rlt?.
I'll nee tllstrlct.
Tlio same rompany'M test In th
northwest of the northwest of the
siiutlieast of 27-23-le, lOdwnrdil farm,
Is dlllllliR at 903 feet.
J. Alex WlttKwall, Jr., Is rlKKltiR.lip
In the southeast of the southeast of
the southeast of 2-910, linos Deer
allotment, offwttliiR the (lladys
Hello Masser In 11-9-10.
.Mr. DltiRwall Is movlni: I ntniiln
for his No. 2 III the center of the west
lino of the northwest of the south
west of 31-12-12, Holmes farm,
J. Alex DltiRwall, Jr. Is timvlm:
In tools for No. 3 In who renter of
the south Hue of the "inrtheasl' of
the northeast of 27-19-10 on the
Qtllnn farni. This Is a direct offset
to the Oklahoma Central's bit: pro
ducer, which was recently brouRht It
at 300 barrels.
Tlio Atlantic retroloum corpora
tion Is iieniliit thu sand In their
Icnlstun farm test In 21-lli-lU. and
are now uiiderreaniliiR at 2,7fr feet.
on Hit H. Hear allotmunw. No. 1 In
3-1 Jlrlstuw district, they are
milddlllK off thu Kas at 1,280 feet
and expect to ri on down to thu oil
In tho IIpkrs district, tho Atlantic
Is flshliiK at 2,52r feet In No. 12
llearhead allotment In 19-15-11.
Number 8 ItvfHC, IO. 18-15-11. Is
drlllltiR at 2,790 feet, While at liai -her,
Itn'No. 12 Wlsharln 12-22-1 w.
Is drilling at 2,010 feet. Number lf
on this same lenHo Is a Hr up.
The Atlantic I'ctroleum corpora
tion Is drllllnx nt 910 feet 4in lis
ShambatiRh lease ln-22-23-13, Green
wood county, Kansas.
Gas Well io Be Deepened
The Wilcox Oil & tins Co.'n 20,000,-000-fool
rus wells nn tho TlRer farm
In 13-16-9, which hnvo been drlllliiK
themselves Into oil thu past two
weeks, have Increased within tho
last week to 200 barrels dally each
and the trts pressuru In No. 1 hail
decreased so materially that It will
be drilled In slowly tu test out the
lMpe lines nrn now beliiR laid to
take earn of thu oil, nud prepara
tions ure belnic made to transform
this nlendld una field Into an oil
pool since practically alt of tho wells
lire drllltiiR into oil.
The Wilcox company's test on tm
Kel y farm In 3r'Hl-8, is now
swabbing sumethliiR over 100 barrels
In Stephens County
A larRe number of wells hnvo been
completed tu Stephens county, both
In shallow ami deeper sands. In
western Stephens county tho
Dputhltt Melton No. 2 well, on
tho NIkIi farm, In southeast comer
of northwest of northwest of 3-1
south and 8 west, is making 10,000,
000 feet of Ran in rand from 1,568
to 1.576 feet.
The K.miilrn (Sns Fuel Co. No. 1,
Allen farm In southwest comer of
northenst of 3-2 south and 8 west,
The llernstetn nnd otherH test on
tho Williams farm In the north
corner of tho southwest section
18-21-8, Is it 25-banel well arte
the shot. Hand was topped at 1,6
POIt BAI.R CasliiR nil Bites, new
used lino pipe and tubing. Wt
buy used cnsltiR, abandoned lines
and wells. Ouodmnn A ltlnRold, 323
Central Hank, Tulsa, Ouairo S504,
For your depletion nnd tax prob
lems, nccountlm; nnd sytemattxlni;.
can unri i nice. v. i: A , D17 Ken
liedy Hldtr. l'honu Cedar 297.- -
Look under clarification fl., for
lrtentn for Hie wife, inotber, sister
nnd sweetheart, tnery day till Xmiut
fur nil pnn,'"', Incliitllnir In
Htilnttnl citrs for caslURliend cits-
ollnc. Dt'slsnt'tl nnd built lu
more tluiu meet tlio usual n
& Foundry Co.
York, Clilcniro. Kt. Ixiul-
Raymond Supply Company
New and Used Pipe, Casing and
Oil Well Supplies
ti nplcte facilities for cutting nnd flttliiK plpt-s nnd iuilni;
oun woitK t.i ,uNTi:i:n
Wo smylallo In manufni turhii- Hippllc in nil sl-s. Wo liny nban.
uoni'ii IriiN'j, I'aMihnii nlmu ami k,vni,i i,.n,i ,i,u. ...,ui... .....i
supplies. "Ilonoty, rfflileney nnd ht'rvliv ut jour 'scrvlco."
Wo Are Jobbers in
1'hono Cedar 10tl2 . Office and Plant ir.UN to K.22 K. 1-oMorla
DIVIDEND OIL ISSUE
A Now York llnikernRc firm,
with tnuc'tlonK nil over tlW
Unltttl States nnd Canada, will
underwrite entire I-wiicm of a
4tins4.Ttnthu dlvldciiil ihijIuroII
Tlio Ctiniimny must haytt scttlcil
prtHluctlnn ninl iMttkcd by'jcx
IHTlciict'il oil tiHrutnrs. Address
H. H., ROOM 307
13.1 lliMadway, New York (Hty
J. A. PRINGLE
Ix-om's. Drilling Contracts.
905-06 Kennedy Tilde.
Thonn OsaKe 9250
NirilOI.M TRANSFKH ANI
rrttn(t rckln lJitnl Mnrinf
Van itniS Hparmt Iron liclirt for
We Hold n I'romU Abot rrofltl
100,000 fcel2-in., 4ij-lb.
new National tubing.
100,000 feet 2-in., 1,800
lest, new National line.
5,000 foot 5 3-lG.in., 17
lb., new National casing.
IMinuo Ohiiko t'-HS
Is u 25-barrel well In sand at 1,181
feet. . 4
In eastern ' Stephens county.
the Hkelly Oil company test on tin
I'renslcy farm lu northwest corner
of southeast of northwest of south
east of 26-1 south and H west, is
mnkiriH five barrels In (ilia How stnd
from 652 to 682 feel.
Wyroff Itoie No. 1, Harmon,
farm, hi northmst of 27-1 smith and
5 wtst. Is maklnit six battels In sand
from 614 to 4 feet.
Allen it .Mc'Jahey Nn. 1 on the
flreen farm. In southeast corner of
southwest of southeast of northeast
of 27-1 south and H west. Is maklnit
a million feet of res In sand from
27fi to 28S feet
.1. O, U'sde has .1,000.000 feet of
Kas nnd lu barrels of oil In sands
rnnulnir fiom .190 to 397, 423 to 435
nnd 670 to 690 feet
The Hkelly Oil company No. 1
McAlahnn farm In northeast corner
of southwest of northwest of south
west of 35-1 south and ft west Is a
15-barreI fell In hand from p77 to
Carlrr Well Looks Like
Tho Carter Oil company's test In
the southwest corner of the south
west of 26-15-11, made 160 barrelrt
thn past IS hours lit but two feet III
what Is thouuht to be the Wilcox
sand topped at 2,100 feijt.
The in nil stratus are lylnk' unusual
ly Mill In thl vicinity nnd thn well
Is btWnif watched with Interest. It
will be drilled deeper mmcdlately.
The Sapulpa Petroleum company's
Nn, 7 Hazel llland farm, located In
the c.nulhwest corner of tho south
east of the Moutheast of 25-19-7, Is
a 10-barrel well In the 2,480 to
n r.nl f.n.t rmv.
Thn Missouri Petroleum comparty
has a 70-barrel producer nfter th
shot In Nn. 4 llruner allotment In
tho center of the northwest of the
northeast of 35-19-7.
,well, which has created so much in
terest, Is down 2,270 feet In a sandy
shale with noihhiK showing. The.
(lladys Ilelle people jjo't their oil ul
about 1,700 feet.
In Chautauqua County,
Tho Charles y. Noble company's
No. 3 Holroyd, In 31-31-10, Chau
IniKlua county, Kansas, In drilllntc nt
No. 2 on the same farm Is a
5,000,000 foot rhs well nt 1,160 feet
and Is furnlshlnK Kns for drlllln
operations In that vicinity. It I
probable that oil will bo found at
n (.'renter depth, its the compnn,
Barnadall Drilling Operations
The llarnsdall oil company has it
100-bnrrel producer In 52 feet of
pay, In No. 14 In thu southeast of
18-23-12. Total depth Is 1.72S
feet. Tho same company Is drill
Ini; nt 1,015 feet In No. I In the
..ouHjenHt of 6-22-9, while No. 2,
In the northwest of 10-21-9, Is
drllllriK at 1,830 feet.
Tho Minn company Is drlllln tr a'
600 feet on No. K, the north
Wisf of 20-29-9, Osaife, nnd l
iIkkIiik up to drill nn old well
deeper In thn northwest of 21-27-11.
No. I, lu tho soilthwerft of 31-26-9,
CO.NTI.Nl'KP OS Ni:XT I'AMB
The Hlro Oil company's No. 2
Heari'r farm, located nt the north
east Corner of the northwest of t
northwest ot 1716-9, Is u 35-barrel
lllnrk Brothers' No. 8 Laudls farm
located In the nouthwest comer j
the southwest of the northeast,"
35-21-7, Is ii 10'bnrrel producer.
Gladys Belle Producer
CharleH V. Noble, drilling it
21-ln-9w, near the (HadyH Uefle
Now Ixtratrd 23S Krnncly nitlc.
Phone Osnicr 1413
HELLO, OIL MEN!
1!av icroloKlat otrv Wt4 of NKU
f HW'J. Hrc. 5. Towmhlp 6 -Un-ItntiKs
it i:t. llrytn county resultn.
H. N. STEVESON
t hlrkuliu. Okls.
Young married man with
even and half years ex
perience in traffic de
partment of eastern rail
ways, desires position
with live company in
Tulsa. Can furnish best
of references. Call Cedar
I0o.1,m)(Mhl., steel MoniKC
'tunk.i. Thoc tanks ani new
and I une nocr 1ki-ii
0 :t7,r.00-bbl steel stornce
Them funks )iao Imtii 4,ri,leil
oiuc, tint urn In (rood condl
Hon; arc ItM-utctl at Mlndcn,
1iulnlaiut. Priced much Im'Iow
proent t-te-t for liiiincdlati'
ale. Tcnns to r'SMiiislhU pur
rliUM'rs. No hrokcriiKc or I'om
000 l'lrst National Hank Wilt;.,
Phone Kiiko 1USS
llni on linnil for linmcillato delivery r0,ono fit, 4. Inch stnml
a ii I line pipe, nt our jrnrtls, Ilrady and l'rankfort stm'ts, Tuba,
AMERICAN SUPPLY CO.
oi'i ici:: sih Hamas iilho.
With the Oil Men
John Cli'itry, y, v. (leyer and J. rS
Alcorn, of tho Marland mill affiliated
i omiMtilcs. nrrlved Tulsa yester
day nnd ate not particularly en
thusiastic in rcBiml to the opening
Up of tho wiHt side of tho Os.m'e. It
iiiuiiKiii at one ume mat this
"iiiu un an in tavor or tho Poncn
Ity. people, who for a long time
lUlVO ketll close tilt, nn nil I,,,, I,,.. I
structures In that countrv. nnd
hence It will be somewhat of n sur
price, that the recent ruling of the
nterlor department hns not evoked
rnthtislnnm ,ivi,r n,ni .,,...
('dearly not his first knowledge' of
n- on kiiiiio wnen connected with
he Tulsa World, and Is now the
klp. nmin xotori
Repaired. Itebnllt nnd Rewound
My Kirrt Merhsnlr.
11AY AND NlflllT snitVICE.
il-i:t K. Nfcond nt.
rtintiK Cedar 114S
Nlh rhon 1.1 4(1. J.
head of the Kenney-Clenry Oil com
pnny. .Mr. (Seyer Is tho chief
KcoloRlst and foes by the pet name
bestowed upon him by H. W. Mnr
laiul bi'CiiliKe of his ability to In
cite tho exact place to drill, ".Spot."
Mr. Alcorn Is Ji. w. .Mariatuni
riifht-hnnd man. He Is strong foi
the Kxport Oil. corporation and In
not backward In saying so.
C. I,. C'ordcll heretofore acting ns
Joint sales mnmiKer for the Phillips
Highway Kenning t'o and the
Highway Oil & llcflnlng Co., ha
Joined the forces of the. Phillips
Hlgt-ade IteHnlng Co., (formerly
Phillips Highway Refining Co.) in
the capacity of sales mnnagcr and
general manager ahd will devote his
lime ('XchiHlvelv tu the Phillips Ill-
grade lleflnlng Co., whoso office Is
ui connection with that of wane
I'hllllpe at 803 First National Hank
building, aiTuls.i. Mr, Cordell Is a
man In the first rank In knowing re-
ri.,n,l nit .iri.ltintu nn.t lu enndlilere,l
a very vnluuble ncitulsltlon tA thin
new nnd growing concetti.
Louis I'relilman. well known oil
iii.ni with holdings In the Osage, in
hero from M uncle, Indiana.
W. II. Stewart of tho firm of
Stewatt t Sammcls, who ruecntly
Hilffered a slight stroke of Mime
kind Is nt the hotel Van Vtiys In
Los Angeles, and Is un nnd around
again, which will be good news tn
his many friends here,
II. T. I.ingworthy at tho head of
Vhe financial department of the
Oypsy OH romjmny Is at tho Okl.f
hom.i hospital, where he Ii.ih un
dergone nn operation und Is re
ported much Improved.
(Icorge y. ltrlgham, president of
the Commerce Petroleum compati
Is back from a trip to Texas.
At a llargnln 830
feet of I Inch ('as-
I n g Ilms slightly
iil: 2.n7!V feet f
Inch Prilling Line,
Anderson & Gustafson, Inc.
Refiners & Marketer
Petroleum and Its Product
Etcrjr Am j in tlin year onr facilities are nt your service for .
quicker and broader market for nil MId-contlncnt nctroletim
Phono OMge 7460, 7461, 7063 or Zi. D. 13.
A 'CJUSTA. OA.
CLE VE I UK'S O
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
.W. H. BARBER COMPANY,
Always In market for petroleum products.
MINNEAPOLIS ANI) CHICAGO
PHILLIPS HIGH GRADE REFINING CO.
RKFINKHH (IEN, OFFICKS, TUI.SA
OKMULOKK, OKLA. FIItST NAT'L, HANK 1JLD(J.
t mm. wM m K on km
?S -lvviJw KfcMWtKS CORPORATION
l'ROULCERS REFINERS MARKETERS
vis-1 f"1111" 'ciroieum. ah riioncs Osage 6420
Ociicrul Offlciti, Tulsa, OkU.
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
First National Hank Dldg.. Tulsa. Okl. '
First National Hank Dldg., Tulsa, Okl.
Local Telephone Osaee No. 2780 ,
Long Olstnnce, L. I). No. 108
Purchasers of nil petroleum products for export
MAKES OFFICES: "
New York No. 61 Broadway Paris Continental HotalJ
Export Terminal! at Avonaaio, iw Orleans,
THE ALLIED REFINING COMPANY
rT7nniTl7f.Ml A'n I f I. W tr ! f
Q4tn.rU Olltaf. 415 ffiffil,,. Qkm 0kl.
COSDEN & COMPANY "
Iliail UHADK PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
, Tuka, Oklahoma
CON STAN TIN REFINING CO.
General Oflccs, Tenth floor First National Hank Uldir
Refineries, Tutn, Uevol,
Phone, Osage 4020.
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS '
Tulsa, Okla., 215 Sinclair lildtr. Now York, 120 Ur0
Chicago, Conway nutlding.
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufacturers Caslnuhcad, AbJorptlon nnd Blended daiollna
Phone Osuku 6120. TUUo. Okla.
B1GHEAKT PRODUCIiNG & REFUSING
MANTTFACTtTRES ALL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
With Oracle Lubricating Oils. Cylinder Stocks and Refined Waa.
Executive Offices, Ninth I loor May Bldg., Tulsa. Okla.
Refinery. Rlsheart, Okla. Phone Osce tit
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
HiailWAY OIL PRODUCTS
General Offices 20C-212 Lynch Building.
Phone 0-9313.' Long DUitancs 12
Wonn'u A , 4 r4-.1 1
Dnnl.l ntj, Chicago, 111.
TrtL oki- Union Arcade Bide. Andrew. l!g.
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tuiw 'uutbs marketers
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- Phonn 41
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
fiu-13 MAYO IJLDO. unwu'
PHONE OSAGE 6I3J
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
rrn... Cn'r''o Office! 010 Potith Michigan Avenue
ISlZ I ? l?ldf!Ce' on'T O""' T-.
Vlftrt .i - H03 Ateo nidg. BOO IloeeV I1M7
Om OAS OIL, KEROSENE. NAPHTWA. OASOUNB
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
PRODHCERS AND REFINERS
HOME OFFICE; No. fC Broad St.. Now York
329 Kennedy llldg.. Tulsa, Okla.
INDJAHOMA REFINING COMPANY
Refineries' nt Okmulgee. Okln.. East St. Louis, u.
ST. LOUIS OFFICE: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BLDf).
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP
Not, rt, . f-'W"UCTS
. ....lunai ,ianK Building.
'iSAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
PHONES OSAGE 6T00-01
Manufacturers Petroleum Product Sales Dept.
712 Now First National nank Bide.
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATFn
"-fineries Located at Okmu,fiee. Oklahoma ,VC!
um uainenviue, Texas. JL
Bales Office-Phone 7006; 416 Unity Bid.. Tulsa. Okla. 1
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
PRODUCRUB ttSMi-fMtni.o m. "iU
Kansas City, Mo.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK HAR
J" S"ARPB a"a "' T' MKlt. Resident ABen,s. Phone
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
PRODUCEIltl ivn r,., X 1
PRODUCERS AND ncmMnn
St. Louis, Mo.. Arcado Bids;.
Chicago, III.. Continental Commercial I tok a" BMt-
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
REFINERIES AT CUSHINQ i
Sale. Oflce. 206 South LaSallo Street. Chicago
THE PURE OIL CO. '
ccnes at cushlng and Ardmora.
Meridian Petroleum CorpoititioiT
(LAKE PARK REFINING DIVIsVoN) 7 U
Ocncrnl Offices lvloiuJ
Rlalto. Bulldlner. Kansas citv. -rrio .
r, Tulsa Office, 519 Mavo itiilMi . '
RcfIncrie4.K)kmulKee and Ponca CUv tu ? .
Oasollne Plants, Sapulpa, BUby.d OMauSmaklahmx
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CARS LEASED, REPAIRFD Avn
Geo. f: Brteham. Southwest RepreJcnfaUve loXVT
Works: Coffeyvllle, Kan. 1 uve 100 Daniel Blar.
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Tin GENERAL REPINING COMPANY'0
T TTrfhTmt-, , " J
j-.urJKllili JKiUJUiNING COMPAMV
REFINERS OF HIGHEST ORAniTr
LUBRITE IBmcTKKT'O OILS
xty pr Cant Better Lubrlcatlns ThiJ ? !
GcneralVfflco: Arcade n.iHm Tbn Anjr Othnr oil
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUfJTn
Sales and Oencral OfJcca. O.p.if, SS,,
Tulsa, Oklahoma Bul,dln
WE MARKET EVEHV npfiint ,.-t.
Phono 1622 """"VATIVM
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
n nffleo Cn.,lnn RIMI.. r, . - v 1UA XVX X
SUeeU New' York oWS.M 08 UStl
BROOKLYN OIL & GAS COMPA
I PIlOIJUCKIlHv 4 (
Cedne 10 0
3in-317 Robinson Bldg
MIDCO BLDO TIIIH
T.,rT. . .... uuuu,, kllltAUU,
MIDCO OTL SAT.WQ PAMDamv
Lubricating oil. ".M
. - " w al AKK Jrj 1 Is 1 CM
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
Qensral Offices: Ft. Worth. Texas
Refinery: Ar'dmore, OkU,
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
REFINERS OF HIGH ORADB CRUDE
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
J.F. CAMPION OILS
I0MII-8I COSDEN BLDQ.
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
ALL REFINERY PRODUCTS
1001 Daniel Bid. Our Own Tank Car.
Call Osage till