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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY. SEhTJSMBEB 5, 1916 RAISE IN PRICE OF CRUDE STARTS BUT LITTLE NEW DRILLING dr. Producers Feel Optimistic and Say That Top Figure Has Not Yet Come LZ - 13 Although Many W ells Were Finished During Month August Totals Shozved a Big Decrease STANDARD CALLED UPON THE CARPET nil. m WtKKT QUOTATIONS, Tli. field tan! i . ,i I hi Red tli.il tin inontliM The hull's almost (in. 10, or mi per cent IVxns I'unliuiitllo, sua I'unhnndlc comnloted J I I III l'll III Mil l l. jlOllgll T H'KKA, i .Sept Tli , 1 1 ill! ill! illoicPd viol ' 1 1 in m i I ion U I' hli.i, hi' W. K .1 mill Brewster Ills tl Ml ind ii 'i I III! till' Brewi in , attorni y for thu iini. pondenl if Topeka, Brewster has ttor to the standard oil i" H before him next ntlons of the antl-dis- i i he in in ! 8ta nloy, Vor tigc.nl tin K annua has nut Indicated what Kli eti Oklu. . Irani hula ivj . . ra 1 1 ' ii i i i tn .... Pa Rota Caddu (81 ii ) . Cadtln (81 d ) . Caddo (89 .1 ) . Caddo cruda ,78 .HO 4" H(l .H'l 5n mi 50 .48 :i ". i Hi Mercer bl ick . 1 10 . , Caitli . . I M burning t "8 . 1.20 North Lima .. u South I. nun . . .Wit Wooalsr l.SO Indiana I'rhieaton 94 Bonn raat .... l 00 Ragland ft llllriola 94 the v the i came luyed i i sold the royalty on one f oils, i.i J on ex for $l',.",iiii and haa Iher two. left All three Weill in ui heavy gassers, which de drilllnii in ii i: itand. I rai l .us refui iiui !oaat pro- I In Thi i pomp el Ion 11 I. S PI tl till I oitiniH h m In i ease in plotnil noted i the I'ennsylvnnlu flplds, i:i in llh M i.l '.oil Ineni field and -'" In the I'enn u It tnlH re aron New production win small. t in all 'Ii Islons Ith i he uxi eptlon ol Illinois, 132 uurrcl in the I. una field; i iin i 306 ham is In Kaniuia tikis homu nave the laic decrousc ai showing during Augus! wit) I) 100 i i 'hi,. .is still worm ii h pletlons, i'f hi, h :i: uiilv :. I 'i barrel i i nd The I I II III, (lull I I ll ' I lie in III which n ". the month, being io lean than In July, The new production was ln,- ih. an HI I, ll. 1 1 r i ,,i these I miplel inn wild J, 385 I .'ll bui won re duclns wellH win ih iv went e in fields, . nut 1 . 1 7 s Ii Indiana and Kei With 13 completed tlon, iilthoiiKh '' Weill el ' oinplel drj 1 1 ami I" if new Ih I Iin- furnished Subtracting mpleted leavi ill I ' . a.s It report slni l a ;i Die Is I OW, e lllllilher i lls from l 67a nil p l y averuKe Pittite slums if gusher w. is if dry ie total oduclng ui i I., the i f ii i ... 1 1 my the I llll Mtep II Will III' II, toi puhlleatlon the before him and Ide in bring: nnj miti. tint remalna thai he hui aaked xplanntlon "ii ibe strength longshore ii d Incrimination - .in' hopeful in ami proti 'Mil mil give fact lb.it he I offlelu Ih in explain whit 1 1, may m.i i I h i"i' ii Two-uiid-a-Ilulf- Vcn Thirty i housand dollun to Herman Livingston for a two-and-ii h.iir .H ie trad uf land lying near the center of section l-ls-7 before he had ii weii completed, and be re fused (25,000 fur it before he even Marted to drill, Later, however, ha iln! sell It for a neat 1 t,i the Akin Interest, and it has proved t" be a valuable property, Beven offset wells were iiniie.i i the companies sur- laerl hui law ot Ami ll thai tin i them imv tentai lei if Ih that the the utate ' Indepi n stale will from the ipllH " JONES REPORTED TO HAVE SOLD OUT IA Ingston trai t, m Carter, Prairie and Petroleum companies. land originally wai exceedingly low figure, been 25, by a Tulaa According to a perslitent report around town yesterduy n B, Jonei has sold hii Cushing property, Includ ing about fifty 65,000-burrel tanks mil I with nil tu Hie Carter mi com pany. The price li said to be 14.000,- : "nil Junes himself is in the east so i he report could nol be erlfied and the local offloei of the carter com- Only i siualler ih.in other report since lusl October. Kor with u daily average of 220 barrels. In I uh t in pi , i, i a, live wells were t with a dal average of 298 bar i els in May i here wei e 'i I H ml pro ducing w, is with a daily average uf barrels The April report showed 638 productive oil wells with a daily average Initial i luctlon of 203 ha rrole, t the i lone uf August there were 1,982 rigs and drilling wells, a nel decrease of 88 from the July figures, ii hanges in tin- various divisions are slight and duo mostlj in local causes A small Increase uf :n m fields caused by I ami ibe work bo large gaS Well III The i. niy other Ii 1 0 in the Texas to wildcat ri ports a de pan) sa villi soli i in St r.u pursued lint Iiiiik. property lias liny times ami n the c.irier i ompany the la ' ml in the sial iiun usual pollc; f neen If ii Io ue.sl reported has In. -ii it makes owner of X.'le I ha A I i rt. mi Increase handle, line mostly 1 1 inns. Oklahoma Tracts 6 i 1 ir ml in Iln- World. OIL.TON, Sept. ways necessary I section of land, or even or fort) acres, to have i li r in I he nil Maine, ami frequent!) been demi this field, There is n Mont') licttci II IS llnl a - a quarter eight) acres i money get- thlS fael lias nstrated in better ex rounding the eluding ibe Si iii ii w i itei II This piece ol bought for an said to have Btoro clerk, The Mc-Man Oil company owns 8 i ne-ucre tract on the south border of Iho Joe Abraham allotment, a half mile east of I'emetu, on which a good well was brought In some time ao, and which also required seven offsets to be drilled by Qunsberg forman and l ' B, Shaffer. i be prairie company has p acre piece of land, cornering Cimarron river, a quarter of e'asl of Pemeta, on which ihr Us have i n .Iriiie I. This known as the Henaley tract, a part tho Sarah Mcintosh allotment. C. shatter drilled one offset, it. li. Jones une ami Qunsberg . Formau ne. and Shaffer is now preparing to drill several more, i Blackwcll. Lease men and field .senilis fur nil producing compaules are busier In the field jnsl now than they Inivo ever i n since the A 'belt I or Swensen Wells were Struck, Within the last two days there has been much trading and seven- nil the a mile e sood l : uni led In 'I'll. the three-and ll II B Junes 1 1 is a small between the "I the Lliza I Mil tho i lima mm his le In d ma! of i j. w ith minor declines dishing i, low. d to decline during August and one of the Interesting features of between tout producing branch of the Induj-1 sand barrel l- lif SI NESS CARDS i I.-1, 1 w as el ei 100 barrels a uf the month I barrels. Tin ample, perhaps, than a half-acre t racl whl bus ben developing, strip ui lami lying southeastern c r i V .i i huh, a llnl mi ni and river, and ll was possll thn ii wells ,,n It, tuken Hum thai throi tal of t inn. I ill nil. This small trod belonged originally tu Ves Brewer of this locality, who purchased it for an exceedingly small Rum. Junes had the ol! lease ami drilled the three wells, They made I hum., m, I in, I five tluui cai h at I he outset. some 'd i he largest companies operat ing m Oklahoma have become Inter ested In the field, k. a Josoy, ot the Gem and Itomp on companies is one of the principal ones, and Josey'i ad veni Into the field has been the cause nf much favorable comment. He is Interested with Charles Page, une the l.h; milliuiialre nil men uf tli uf Oklahoma, ami according tu statements Friday, tie Intends to ' drill lusl nd into this field iii h hii; way. It. 1!. t Junes bus m ,. Bnd George Summers of the c.iiter, additional field men to the i ones who have been working in this section for the cast week are also looking around, RJ, C. Roth of the Both 1 nl compan) ration tar southw i n the Hainan placi una i ter of 1 fi -117-1 W, the bank of t be i hi. k conditions on which the Roth c pany in drill Is thai thi m i ure a block ol territory large enough i" make n u paying proposition, n Is though) thai this can be done without the least trouble for the men in urn section have not leased and will base to a man w in. w III put in a test u uiie, . Tin-, is ij miles from production. Roth is also figuring on some property with the Southwestern Oil company, P. t ' I'Herln, field man for the B. B, Junes mi company, has returned to this field from Cushing. O'Herln in tends iu spend some time here aa the Jones company will do some extensive development within the next three months. The J. gj, Myers well southeast of northeasl of i-.k-ih was drilling at 800 feet. This Is a Duluth-Oklahoina location, a strong gas flow and wind blow ing a directly toward their boilers compelled the Spencer well mi the iieav.-r id. ne t,, shut iiuwii Friday morning. Tney though! they would Ki t to drilling again soon, however, The Southwestern Oil company spudded In at its well on the J. u. Smith eighty west hair and northeasl 6-18-le late Thursday evening, Tiie Albert! No, i! was drilling at S00 feel. i The B. B, Junes well on the Beaver place was ilrllliiiK at ST.u feet. At Cushing. C B. Shaffer's No. on the Bessie Offui farm in section :iJ-l!i-7 Is tf'.uil for 150 barrels in the Kartlcsville sand. Tim Mid-River on company Is drilling at -ioo feet In No, 3, and at HOP f(et in No. 1 in section tl-lS-T C, it. ghaffer Is rigging up to deepen bis old gas well on the June Peters farm In section 6-18-7 In an effort to pick up the Bartlesvlllo pay, C, B, Shaffer's Xo. 9 on the A. Mil ler farm in .section 7-LS-7 Is good for 100 barrels In the BartleSVltle sand. The Producers H company's No, .! on the Harjo farm in section i-is-7 is Kiiud for 200 barrels. C, B, Shaffer's No. 20 on the Abra ham farm in section 17-18 ing 200 barrels. The Silurian on company's N on the Walter Starr in section I7-1S is a 100-barrel well. i be i nele Sam " Ml com! ilrilliiiK at 500 feet in its No. 4 hlolen farm In section 22 is. 7 The Okla Oil company's No the L. Brown farm in section is good for -50 barrels. son, with Misses Maggie O'Neal and ilatlic I'ace ami I 6) car -1 dd Jack Musser. were returning from a visii. ii Is believed thai buhis from the automobile Ignited uijs pocket and cans' d the explosion Wilson and the two women are m g serious con dition in a hospital at Drumrlght. Korthwesl "i Sopulpn. The Quaker HI .V- 1 lai ( !o. Inn Up fur a test on I he I ',. 'ea PI in sect inn 16-18-1 l, The Quaker 1 HI Gas Co.'i on the Thelma Weaver nllotmi section lb-tx-ll Is good for 60 I after a shot in Iln- 1.800-fool si The Terrej on compan) is drilling at 1,800 feet ill its Nil. 2 on the Lilly Hi uw 11 farm In section 7-1 8-1 1 a rig farm No, i in! in irrels nd, What He Could lo. George nded a 1 Irctia sometime since, ami one of the big features "f the show "'S ' beautiful llon-tamer. Kntering the ring, followed b the Hon, the fait 1 harmer placed betwoen her lips a lump of sugar, which the linn took fr her With bis teeth. nstuntly George sat rlghl up and bo i;an to take notice. "Splendid"' he shouted to the per former; "bui I can do It, too!" a if course," scornfully replied the, en i who didn't appreciate having her act minimised : "bu( do you really think yuii can?" "Vim bet," was the prompt rejoin dp u il ge; "Just as well as tho lion." Pre irk' Shipments,, During the month of August just closed the prairie Pipe Line compan) made shipments totalling 3,790,903 barrels of oil from the Mid-Continent field, This is an average of about 122,820 barrels of nil per day, South of Sapulpa, ice, Robinson and others' test at about the center of Ibe smith line of WANT KB with iiiuni tu Care Tulsa W (ill and drill. rid. yas prod 111 Address Iiun 904. r and tile. I'll. Ill' llll I Somini v .1 lie .'ii lasei anywhere in Btlghei de counties, call or write Byan, Holdenville, Okla, the Hi, 17-11 i; barrels. Smith farm in iod for about o Hull 3i hundi ed 1 g I i leases Utrlck, Hotel Tulsa, is 25 barrels royalty production nnd leases leases and fee'- 11 .. r deep test in 6-6-14; several Irllling propositions and likely .,11 field 1 Adv. Albert T I phone 27. offi Boynton field. Healdton field lyps) l lli.il ( reck. i The Northup-Bell Oil company's N'n. 4 mi the J. Woodward farm in section 21-20-13 is good for 30 bar rels after a shot in Hie 1,000-foot sand, Dr. Lai kins, osteopathia physician, third flour New Daniel building. Adv. t Tanelta, The Kastern 1 ni company up lor Its No. 2 on the B. farm in section 14-18-12, has a 1 ii; L. Covey muk- 1 s ,.l.y Is on the i Blxby. Th Scioto oil company's No, 12 i n the Stuart farm in section 4-16-13 lis good for 200 barrels, after a shot t Newklrk. 1 'In 1st io The Texaco oil company have a 40-barrel well in the Band, found a' js feet iii section 26-28-3, Ibe first well in this district north and east nf the river. At this depth 1 it looks like a gfjod proposition and 'will likely start considerable activity ln that locality. It 9-1 u re tract a In lias a view nf 1 t ol pi .1 lletlun i thi This iski.i llul the isl is right "ii river, Tin- Did Fast Drilling on Wildcat Location Those Vwftil Drillers! The fOlloWlns from tho Pawnee Tlmes-Democrul tells why it is bard I to gel accurate oil news sometimes: A ...... aI ... ,. 1 1 .... . - . "iin. 1 iiii mi ine 111; on '" (he Watts place nrrlved in town Ves easi iafHov ii u,..,.,. ....... ...... ...... I ' ,i.., .uni 1 nis wen will be drilled. There is always n doubt about oil news until work actually commences, when it becomes 1 sat',, to say something about it. These ,1.11 drillers are a fine bunch, hut when lone goes to them for facts, he is gen erally delighted with the easy, copious ami extemporaneous flow of fiction. They Will tell you Hie moat 'erroneous stories, and then laugh at , ynu I'm printing thorn. Now we have gone I" meat pains to keep the pco . pic here from finding out thai we Were a fool and so far have refused 1 1 to Kibble at their tempting bait I Laiiiin r County. The Owen Flanagan teat In iec- tion 81-3-21 is being delayed by a fishing job at about 1,200 feet this is a geological test and la being watched closely, West of Okmulgee, The Lnshcn test in section 2-13-10 was drilling at about 1,200 feet yes terday and expected to get the sand Monday, (ieologisl Wanted, Partly financially aide to drill well fur half interest in il'i acres on exten sion of the Glenn Pool Anticline, fully as his It as Ibe hi production. Ad dress I'. O. I loX I 1 3, Oil Held Maps Covering the entire producing Holds of Oklahoma. Tulsa Engineering & supply Co., Pioneer bldg., Tulsa, okla. Phone 3336. Adv. Atoka-Coal county nil district, acres in section 28, 2 north, 12 3-4 mile from Great Southern location, now down six hundred Will sell lease, fnrty acres nf more. M. K. Williams, owner, McAlester, 1 k'a. Advt. 1 ill) east. 1 ni feel. Dr. Lurklns, osteopathic physician, third flour New Daniel building. Adv, Will (five base fur drilling lest wells on fifty acres in 16-26-16, also thirty acres in 22-25-13, Will sell or ttade three lota in Cherokee Heights. Write It. .1 Minot, 1 lak and Four teenth streets, Kansas City, Mo. Ad t. Wanted Small capital for a most promising ui: production enterprise, B, W. Miller. Sapulpa, Okla. Ad vt, At Boynton, The Gypsy-Bradstreel No. 2 Few ell farm in section 11-14 the sand from 1,400 tn 1,437 Showing fur a small well. The Powell test in the north nf section 10-14-16 is reported ti 11 ry goff is drilling at about his test in the in.i'thwest , offsetting Wilson's well Ll which has a small about 1,500 feet. S Sh. Idy have aban- on the 16 got and is W .'.ml f of 24 in se 1 1. let 1 i- th K t:, n howing at A li X I tiller TI turk! .ii mm 1 1 -i Ml X I HIM III IN l BANK lit 1 1 ll Ni. I ,11. 11. I nls ami I urillsll i)gS. Also 1 .in I11I. and Shower Hal lis. i xperlenced ivi.isMcur X . t . ml I ..nth in, er trlil Phone l:a STANLEY & McCUNE, 1 iricr;i5 Directors 5 H Boulder. Tulsa, khi. JCSfcPHINE ' TOREY WHIfc 1 HQ N.1II..11.1I ml Cabell 1 Tile ll i I' I rUL8A )i06PITAL l crncr & Owons r UI O. I III I I i s f.AW VKK i Rational Mn B'ds . Pure Driiit- I iin- ( ( irv JOPLIN DRUG COMPANY Main and i ii-... Tracks. DR. H. J. BAKER DENTIST Snm,i 1. Mullen IOI't-8 uiii li'ilg Tul. dkU 1 ki new prodm tmn s. cur. .i anionnti ,1 wells, nnd those 1 nlshed failed t" alio the Iiibc production uf thoai in July. There were : dry holes and 1 1 ga ' or a decrease of 1 in dry h.. lis and SI In gus wells when com pared with the Jul) figures At the eloee of the month there were 1 .'fl rlRs and 613 drilling wells, i total ol Ml when compared with lh fl'-i res f the previous month, there is an Increase m 21 in rtga and 1 decream .f is In iiriiims we'is, or a net ie. re is, ,,f gj Although much tew wok was being stalled in the older pools, the decroaa mea from lli Cushing pool where work has been pUh km , up me u..st four weeks. 1 i SoilUtwes) of 'sapulpa W. N. Graham la drilling at 2"o feet on the Marchie Haves farm In section 11-17-11 The Wright Drilling company is down sun ftet in Its teat on the John son Picket! farm In the nurthwesl of section 8-16-11, The Oklahoma Natural Has corn pan) is moving In a rig for a test on the .tames Pulsom farm In tho south east of section 5 10-1 1 Btippes & Mlnchell are spudding their test in tin north wesl corner sect inn 5-18-11, Bosher - Robinson are drilling 1,840 leet in the ni.iihwcsi corner uf southeast uf the southeaat of s.c-5-16-1 t. irker A Chamberlain a test in the northwest of 5-1 6-1 1. doned which their test failed tu iu s h 1 w iction 36-14-any nil. the tlon up for Of the sectiun In uf at are rinsitii; southeast corner the southeast uf 1 'iisi or nlmnrc. The Awlrco oil company's test in section 28-5-3 is drilling it about son feet, 1.' Ing il. layed by almost constant rimming of the casing VI It. allium The flutes i ill company's test in section 15-4-8 has heen romoleted in the u-.is sand and the gauge showed ! It making ahoul 47,000,000 feet, about the same as the other gas wells In tins In, alii v. HAIR IS GRAY: Removal Notice. Doctor -I. M pies is now locatei 300 Robinson II Phone ll'". em- I at dg. The Prairie 'hi & Has Co. has n rig up fur a test iu section 30-20-7 anil ha smade a location in se bmi 2-2'i-7 The Gypsy iMl company's N'n. in on the Boston farm in section 1-21-7. which failed tn flow win li first drilled iii. has i, . en deepened and is good fur 15(1 barrels an hour, Tin Arkansas River Led oil corn Pan) his a rig up fur No. 5 on the Welble farm In sectiun 16-21-8. John Markhnm. Jr., has made an other location fur a well mi the Plnd. In v farm in the north half t the YOU LOOK OLD 0UARANTfY ABSTRACT TITLE COMPAN . If W. S. B A I L E Y , M g r. E 4th St. Opposite Postoffice. We have a photograph of every record in Tulsa County. Look Gray No Y ung by air Wit Dye. I Darke h Q-Ban ;i niilcs. jADltS$1000REWAKU southeast nf Bhoenfeldl location for farm in the 21 S section ami other sunt hw i st -21-8, have made a the Reynolds of sci Hon 2.1- i ilolilenvllle. w is any remaining doubl Mains uf the Penn-Wes! si in section t-7-8 it was esterday when four more UK Kl'c'ltly illcrcas' il the iboul 80 per cent s making is now now nearly forty ami the ottly pav the first couple of feet. ike over 2.'. barrels depth, about S.100 feet, Tin l V. FAST AN I i Considering ! in southwest s(. u.s i si n not htng . or tn hundred t a I I Si in, 1 i:i:i;t c.a I the fact that it was a wildcat location, action 1418-7 has been une uf the most i .unusual for the dilllers to make one tect a day, Ami during the Inal .lavs OILTON, 6ept, the Prairie's tea! w. rapidl) iini .-ii. it hundred feet a towi ot me uriiitng seveniy-iu-o reel a tower was made. This n .. always been considered, too, "ne ..f the must important tests in wildcat territory The contractor on this well is A W Gordon, one uf the oldtlme figures of the .ti world, as he is now pasl 78 yeart of age. lie has vtalted the well daily nun urcisrea ne , nu n. is remaining ll the game fur some time yet rlson ami i i. m. Past have been working the afternoon tower since Stat led. Tiie sectiun 'i wi i has been Intereatins rrom the f .. i m n c... r..r, ...,.,. o . losel) with these on the Ram Luesa allntm.. ..r ., best pr.idiu inp properties In the nroven oiiton field Th i ..i.,.. the. Sam Lucas N" -' and in the ll will showed water aii. I in the two Welis have tallied fresh ti the If I her. nbnui tin I I'le's t removed feet Ol Salt water Si i that of what the well water. They ate feet int.. the sand found was in It will tint I Which at tint Is the same aa a dry hole. The own ers are now talking about trying a shut m the hole. Southwesl nf Red Pork, R. Howard Is drilllnit at 1.800 In. his test in the southwest enr f the southeast nf the southwest of section 20-19-12. The Upka 'hi company is starting a teal for the shallow sand In the northeast of the southeast of section 15-18 l I ii. Ramege is preparing to drill four wells mi his lease in the west half of the nerthwrst of section 81-19-12. If i ur hair is pray, faded, wispy, thin, premature!) gray, or streaked with gray, you will look twelve or fif teen years ymiiiuer if ynu darken yOUr gra) hair in shampooing your hair and s. alp a few tunes with Q-Ban Han- Color Restorer, it is harmless and not a dye, but acts on the roots, makes gray hair healthy, turning all i your gray hair ton beautiful, lustrous, soft, na'. iral dark shade, darki nine 1 ' gray hair and entire head of hair so evenly and naturally that no one need suspect you use Q-Ban, Be sides, Q-Ban stops dandruff, Itching scalp and falling hair, promotes Its growth. Guaranteed to kmc satis faction or money refunded Only 60o fur a big 7-oz. ii .ttie at Quaker drug store, Tulsn, Okla-, Out-of-town folks Supplied by mail. Auv. UtilltlTel , an il.!.'. ;nf itU-ut sUri rhMUi ' ' Uuntlll v ' ' ( !nm niniiwl Balry rulmvei inula of Hit ..t innal ol'stiinii-, abiioriimi assai in 8 to 5 daa. So harm, naln or Inirrfrr-nra with work. Hall (I 10 Dnnbla it anitih 82 Hnoklat fre Writ., today T. W. 3o.ithin-ton Rrmidr Co. 61N Main Ht Kanaai Oltr Mo THE OLD RELIABLE' flM EDYFOR M E N. J AT VOUR DRURGIST. CHICHESTER S PILLS 'mi: ih -.10 i. iiium.T . v I III. ".TV. VTT''"a ':r..nd i ifiip.i w.ih m., n.ii. iikn tin ..il... at m if a. sjfr.l. Alvs Urlbl'la SOU By DRUiGlSTS EVERYWHERE O. feel Her hnv tallied 1 prairie Band in both ma n ei h.-r inata ni es i n,. sett, n ii weii was interesting, too, from the tad that onl water .is encountered in dril'.lng it. whereas in th section ii avail ' fox Pool, 1'rank PoX'S No. 2 In section lii-16-7 has a coude of feet of sand with a small showing "f oil Just below l.TiflO feet ami Is now drilling in ehale hop ing to pii k Up a deeper sand. It rather looks as though they had Mcrt Car- missed tb" pay 'he Gypsy found, the drllhnv. I The Kastern oil Company has rlcs i Up for Nun. 1 and - on the U ll. neh i farm in section H-lt-T. C. It. Shaffer is hauling OUl tools i for his test on the Roland Chaataln farm in section 15-10-7. M Kirov allotment, salt The Pralria i lao hai K.Vaer farm: one on the , ,.ler was eticiuntered all the w.n a well drilling in northeast section H-19-7, on the Vera HI ind f irm in southwest sr. linn 'i;.ii .... In sc tinn 80 80-7, just southwesl of Jennings and the one ..n the McBlroy The Pralrlt in.- also drilled la sections 7, . 19 and a i-7. vol Cashing Icddent. Jack Wilson, a Well known driller, with two other persons was probably fatally burned and one boy less serl 1 ual hurt In a cas explosion on the Quaker "11 f'o.'s Mollle Jones farm at I'uslni... l'riday night. Wll- . . s. j x . This Store Will Close at Noon Labor Day Monday, September 6th