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TUK TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1 0 1 s In The Oil Fields phi tiomena! I ise in (lie eo-i alii 'i motor i m Uh nini war securities Caney Itlver Natural Gas re Istered 1 ha la rgi i advanci mnnl of ha of i will hg hrlil Hon! em her H lu nana Mi M 1HKI I QUOTA! lONa ( i Ran it Okla., ( i ina luht Cora In nry . , ileetra 1 Caddo (Id .1 l . I ,80 ,io 4" .an an 4.1 i m Mereer h upon tin' purchase the Album No. I, aoutheaal tl-ii cast. Apparently thay art going to "Bat by" nrlthoul trouble tnii lime. Thi 1,480-fool eand haa nol been entered um yet by the drill in the t h . nean well, B, B, Jonea looatloti "ii northeait S2-20- eaal They have " ii lual ;il I ha t, ill I I f tho UJ4 II , 1 f , , f FOa HEALDTON OIL 'o rIVs i Kinully 'rude lonscrval Uri Law I 'at1 li Liiuisjature- ( i od 1 1 1 1 ! i till I III i I "i mo i niteq i um some n ana nave made every for bond to the preparation to handle It easily, but as in order to yel they hava no) drilled Into It, Bat ctlon and to taki urday they were at the 1, 480-foot n tlx fb itlnn in level and were drilling again, inpunj iii ii ut hur- B, S, Mortimer ( Drumrlght, who i in t out j Is to drill the Boaoh wall (or the .1 into i" lerlei of Junction City 1 1 company, wild gat. 1 lober i. 1015, unlay iimi he expected the drill to i. 1027 The luii bo working within the next week. 1 will he idiiecil Mr, Mortimer haa ihtpped hla toola Colonial Trujii and they are on the way n.w. The '" red 'i I Boooh widi is on aoutheaal -'io-u-i Ihk.aj h 'i iut, and la owned by an organisation 1 i ! I s 'ii in- of (ii ra, Thli concern Dwni oon- rei i mi quarterly I ildera be aoreage northweat of pro ' hi n extra I duction, tin- Hunch wall i.inir I OR YOUR Protection government pipe lilNJdi ArS AIN LIU JN IUU I II. I I.I ml It ihould work higher, t fur i l pie are out of II for the pri ienl time, aa sales have dwindled down to less than BOO iharea a day, when at one time they wore around 2,000 to 3,000 in. I Id i i Standard OH Stocks, II tn 1 1 " US and si vi n remained un- I IN 1 1 I -. "i Standard Oil uf New Jersey, and at ue time ut writlna ii half lull,, ninth anil "'st of tile Albert! plaoi half null in Arkansas, Special tn Tin World. OtiENWOOD, Ark Sept, 87, Thi I 'erpel ual I 111 ,v in Co., compose i of Oklahoma and Hot Springs stock holders, is making a teat thirty miles southwest of this place near Nashville, Howard county. The well was started by K. Harper, driller, who nas been succeeded by J, w. Pippin "' 1 iklaboma, The company haa up warda of twenty thousand acres, Ii taes, part of hich Is reported to have 1 1 1 m -ill, I, , . , I,, I miUlann and Hot Spring companies, unorgan ized, who are preparing to begin seo "I'd ii st well at upper edge of arte sian water belt. Nails a Qlllam of Texas and Okv'a home are down r.4o feet with a wild cat teal in eastern edge of Bevier county, 22 miles west of Olenwood, The Clear Creek OH Qaa Co, with 28,000 aires, leaaea, south of Alma have erected derrick and Installed machinery for drilling operations across the river from the producing fluid which Is now supplying Fort Smith ith Kan and oil, McDonald and associates .f Mus kogee an.i Uoulsana have machinery ..ii the ground and will put down a teal mar White Cliffs between Qlen wood ami Ashdown close to the Memphis, Dallas & Oulf railroad right-of-way southwest "i test that Showed for Has two years ago, but was aband d because "f litigation OVOr lease. i Bald Hill. The King wood Oil company number "ii the A. Flint farm In section 26-14-14 Is making 20 barrels. The Big Ten oil company number 2 tm the Doyle farm in section 18-14-1 1 Is a 20 barrel producer. J, T. Kiiii;, trustee, number 8 on the Hutohlngs farm in section 18-14-14 Is good for 7fi barrels, C, J. tinllauher's tesl ..n the Anna liallal:hcr farm in aaetlnn lfi-14-IK In has advanced now making 100 barrels gestion, hcadach troubles, trv te, pour i! r or bowel The J i tin Owen nil eomnnnv num. her 6 mi the Ha w ley farm in section 18-1 1-14 Is making V6 barrels. Isaac .Shnler and nthnrn nnmhnr : on the Gallagher fee In section 23-14- HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters tone the ' I "ID II. " 1 , V lit i el, i. It i Irle ( ill & Qaa on buying ordera of in" hales niivnn I 1 a i,. ": Blllna . .line Irian the wml nnrl 14 Is good for 100 barrets we ivould nol be surprised to see the Wasson and others number 2 In sec conipiiny mo on a dividend basis the tlon 1 8-14-16 Is good for LOO barrels, flrsl uuurtor of 1916. Prairie Pio el The Gypsy nil comDanv'a number uino was in Komi demand, selling u i il I" 1 - -t . ami ut I hose vvillini 'his slock oilers i 8 in section 6-14-1 barrels. i - PUBLIC SALE AT : Dustin, Oklahoma SEPT. 30ih, 1915 G. G. AUTRY'S KANCli AUCTION SALE n 11 lliei '" w.ni, lllls Sloi'i II el's e t present orlres t Flat Keek i Standard Oil of Indiana, the largest "he Dutch Producing company's nf the producer of gasoline in the world. In- number 6 on the H. C. stab I land rcn ..i Mi. price of this commodity n eectton 21-20-13 Is a 160 barrel w 1 ' ' I" H KIlBon, and I hel eliy a.l.led Argil m additional earning of 13,650 000 tin I n 1 1 1 1 . i v e d I ! I ,v i ..in ii on s it n m I. 1- i; , .o the John Todd farm iii section 18-20-12 is k l for in barrels. I he ( a browel i iii i :-.u i .. number 2 on the Thomas j. Quinn '"m in section -l-L'o-l:: is l;o.,. f,,r 200 barrels, Parish and others nnmhni. 1 nn ry. 4,500 acres of land, 800 bead of live stock. 1,000 bushels of corn, 2,000 bushels of oata, 300 tou of hay, 200 ton of cuailago, one new Ford car, implements aial household goods, Write for Large Bill. SllKKMAN MOOTER, A ucl ioneer, Manna. Oklahoma, nil Market U'tter. ' M'l'l '. I : ' i.. ,i . . . . . i . I 1 1 ii,.. I are paying dividends al the rate ot annually, January 1 and July I. The Way to Reach The people thai l'HV, sell and exchange is through The WORLD . WANT Al DEPARTMENT. There is a Reason, Because it reaches the people early in the morning when thej most want the paper, Because people read the morning paper before shop ping time and all things, of interest are fresh in their minds. Because Iha best of adver tisers use the morning paper for reason .if its pulling power. Phone your want ads to KKKi and note the satisfy ing results that you will obtain, The Tulsa World HKAVY Ul'R EN A nad hack Makes Life Miserable Vat Many I nl-a IVopIc, ' : i ,s . ' i ' 1 I : . i ' : ... i, I i i Ida. I. vv II. I'l.Ai'KU Ki.h, Okla., Sept. 27. The I 'us, . i railway company has blurted work on the construction f i new side track at Peek ham to handle the unloading of supplies for the ilrilliim i Igs near Ihat cltv. Tie v I - loot strip from the luurtor section of land lying Just. ivcst of be depot and the track is hnili iiloiiK (hat. The supply he Guy U Reed farm in section "-!! is -Rood for 150 barrels, Rust of Blaekwoll, "ho i arter OH company has made b" ation tor a tesl and has rig up j section 8-27-1 cast. ' "' the northeast of the southi uitKof see" tlon 89-2 7 eaat 1 nknown parties have made a lo cation for a test on the northwest of Eastern Grales 1taiice, Lima, Ohio., Sept 27, Some i hanaes were made here i day In the oil market, Princeton ami Illinois ad vancing from $1.09 to i.u. Penn sylvania ami Corning participated in the rise quoted from the easl eolns to $1.70 and $1.18, respectivelv but Merc , Black, N. w i 'as:ie. Cabell and Pomcrsel ruled firm at Saturday's oiiotat inns. Th, t Blghenrt. I itimbcr un-l.e house of t he A mi rlcan i ron " la In i hat strip, deratood that the build moved back so aa to pm the side main line. According to the officials, thi y i M'd i in have this track fin- In of the present 12 lels. li I Dril'crs day night and Sat- 1 is In the field ii me Mystic tinrine made ibeir visM ' be field I. II , niz. field . pi c-. mat ic of the Southwestern md Kay A Kiowa companies, is a ead ng member of thm order at City, in.l while the ceremonial I bl Ing held there he has planned to ..k. automobiles and bring the nobles ivi r' through the oil field. This will nake an .especially Interesting trip or mans Of the nobles froni Tulsa. vii. i e a big pari of (ho visitors will Poster Brennan number i line farm is t;,.o, for laO I ml (heir number ;i is makli l Wsnn. eoinpanj will flrlll In Wednesday their .No. on (he Flint farm in section !-2S-1E Just a looatlon mufti ,,f n.ir i Cuahlng, The Ra stern oil company's test In I the northwest of the southwest of sec tion t - - 7 - 7 got the Bartlesvllle sand ' i sterday and the hole tilled up with oil. It looks like a small well, hut ' belns! the most naatarn In tl,.,i u...ai.. , of the field, is rather Important v'.r LYONS; SHOE STORE tl5 SOU 1 11 MAIN TULSA i 1 1 ir i ace rs Why endure foot discomfort- when your foot can charm without it? If you knew you could get the (smartest style, all the charm and grace you want your foot to nave, in shoes of perfect comjort would you tolerate foot suf- fennjz another dav? Wouli you let this great bugbear spoil another pleasure? "Of course not!" you say. ion wltv not let us fit you today in the famous 'edfrossSjio :nminK&ttv?'.-miz33Kaaci i in ami wnin a n f T! UARANTr,.- ABSTRACT ..m TITLE O W. 8, BAILEY, Mgr. B. 4th St., Opposite Postoffice, We have a photograph of every record in Tusla County, 1H SI NESS CARDS IUKKISH BTH DASGMUNT FIRST NATIOVAE liMv IIUILOIXG ew Linen, Cota uml Fvrulshlngs, Wo Also Glvo Tub and tiliuwer Baths. Fxperienced Masseur Day or Xlcbl Phone STANLEY & McCUNE, Funeral Directors 4ir S. Boulder. Tulsa, Okla, JOSEPHINE STOREY WHITE tiltlt or VQICF PROPDOTIOM AMD AKT18TIU 81NU1NQ uo tor ngtgfiiusiiti for eonorti. rrluli .tudlo 40: fune'ftlL ato. South Elwood. Phone 37B1. TRADS HARK At your first step in it you will notice a marvelous difference in the ease with which this shoe adapts itself to every movement of your foot, in the lightness and buoyancy it: gives you, in its utter freedom from that burning and binding which stiff-sole shoes have caused you. Prices. $4, 4.50 and $5, A few styles, $6. Tradt Mkrk gsssjuiissaaMi W. J. GREGG Allornev-nt-ljiw. Rooms SI4-15-10 First National Bank Building. Tri.SA, OKLA. TULSA HOSPITAL Writ Knd South Fifth Street Piione 70. Ambulance at Any liont. Oien to All Physician or Patients ot Any Denomination. MiSS H. 0, EBialtSX, Supt. iraduatn Unlremlty of Ptnnsyi inla 11 '.ii Tralninj School. J Fcrncr & Owens DENTISTS 410-411 New Daniel nidg. Phone 2429 UKO. E. HKl'JVKS LAWYER 118 Flret Nitlonal Bank Bldg Tulta. MISS 1 M. POWERS Steaosraphsr Notary, Sia Ni-w lianii.l Bldf, rhonei: Office 2:110, realder.ee r.20 FOR SALE OR LEASE 170 acres just east of Jop lin, Mo., in the richest lead and zinc district in the country if interested ad dress Chas. E. Dent, care of Tulsa World, Tulsa, Oklahoma. RobertBoiceCarson Snliilst Writ Preabyterltn ebareb, licml of vocal departi t Kendall College. Lilt nf j proirlaeni pnplli now before ihe public scut I "11 explication. Voloe trial (raa by appoint. .it- city Btndlo, 11 Knt Fifth Ht. Miss Myna Cogswell Violin Instructor PHONE .U.i7 Miss Lynettc Kimmons Piano, Technique), Interpreta tion, Theory and Harmony. Phone 545. BIRNICE SAPPENFIELD READER "ilea for engefemeati fur rrcitali, enter talnmeati, club meetingi, ebureb programa, etc, Phone ."1:127. me iiiu' disappointment ot the day. It offsets Hie Qypsy'S good weli iind ;it the siind regular hut is only show ing tor about a SO-barrsl pumper. 1 , Donnell returned yesterday from To peKo, where they took part in the Kansas state Qolf tournameut, South i HnnkcIL The Oklahoma Natural Gas com pany's test utl the Bmma Ware farm in the northwest f the southeast of section 14-15-15 is completed and good for about 1.000,000 feet of gas. i-t nf ( Miinaljrca The test kiiiiwn as the Williams test m section 1-18-10 is food for about 10 barrels natural in the 1,400-foot si mi. ami not luo barrels as has been reported. 0. I'. Martin, uf the finery, has returned from li U In tile east. Chi ! li a re- mi extended Notice. Patrons will please call Telephone 1000 for want ads and not 2801 as phone. overtlslng manager's Pure Drum, 'Ine t'ls-trs JOPLIN DRUG rOMPANY .llaln nnd FVUco Trn, u. r v ' i mm Don't Get Wet -.,,1 ... I m I I l ower's l ish Brand Reflex Slicker $3.00 i shells every ilnp. Eaty tittinK and strong at every k: r. ...; , i.iiiii.i.(u A stop every drop from runnini; in .iViA Protector Hat HeSM Satisfaction Gmtnntttd OWEiJc; heiul I n 1 .italeg A. J. TOWER GO.' , . -2. : mis ton 4k BR Boynton Pool, Another gusher was driltaH in ti,o Boynton field yesterday afternoon when the Cameron (Seven Sands mi, e.,t, 11, .,-l .. .,11 I-.-. ... . from, are oil men and th- 1 ,.,..'-:,' ,..." ' . ""'" " ' " I I'll l V 1 ' 111 Ml MM II III T M . . 1 : 1 I 1 1 ' Nelly well In toctlon 14-iV-p;. Wanto llberi .t. Smith. The World has been asked to aid in locating Albert J. Smith, aa his wife is very ill at Vale and is calling for him. are beina iiiuile tn ahnte the iUii 1 1 iod time during their stay In this section. Driller O'Rourka has not ns yet teen able to i.' anything with the u 15. . I, ll.es Mule en the nuilli lleavel place, northwest :tJ-J9-l east. He Is of the opinion, however, that he will be abte t" save the holt), hut after s gn U deal of work. O'Rourka haa two strings of tools and some col lapsi .1 cailng In the hole, The trouble came as .1 result of trouble in mud ding the 1. 180-foot nas sand, which is partiy done iy n conservation . fflclal At the present time he is trying la iier u line nn the casing. The Kay fk KloWa well i.n the .1 It. Bnilth place, northeast 6-2S-1 east, was underreamlng to get the 12 i-j. inch casing down by a gas strike. They are lust above the 1,000-foot mark and have been making n....ii progreasj. They expect to set 10-lnch casing for n eonslderahle distance in he wall. This hole 1ms been lu.ikln, good Progress and UlW nre trying t. make every prepar.it Inn to handle Ihe det p ns strikes aa nulckly nnd easily - possible go that they will not he do n M'd there. ffhsar aiu nnderreiunin aaln In The yew ' York oil company (Letcher) and Robinson have .im puted the rig and are rigging Up nn their lease three tOcattOnl east Of Ihe Cameron well, on the Anloker farm In section 14-11-16. l Maraoiai The Devonian Oil company Is drill ing at about 3.100 feet Just nn top of the sand in its test in section 7-:'0-6 Northeast of Cashing. The Oklahoma Natural Qaa com puny expects to drill In Wednesday In its test In section 24-18-5. t ( In . male Sterling nnd others have made n location for n test In the southwest c. rner of section -l 1-16. t Vein. The Wolverine 1 ll company's test In the northwest f section ls-18-18 has a fishing job at about 8,01$ feet. They got .1 good Lunch f gas at this depth but got 11 dose of water with it and win probably abandon the hole, l Ada. The Rex-Corsicana test in section s 1-8 la underreamlng the ten-Inch at SOrt feet In an effort to carry this pipe down to 1,200 feet 1 .-s-M.1'. Aatnmai Drilling Ka- rtlrht NfCmp,ete Btrln "f t00'- P'ice !thf,.rr::CT STATE MILITIA TO KEEP THE LID ON i Hamilton Rwltcti, Martin and others' No. C on the Pierce farm In section 18-14-1 is dry ami abandonee nt 1.HI feet. iii the i'o Pool. C. B. Shaffer's test In the Jesse Trent farm In section 8-16-7 is the llldcp. Ililellco. HtnkJe & row hem No. l on the 3. A. 1'ilkner firm in section 88-88-18 is good for about 1,000.1100 feet of gas. At Sedan. Kan. Argue & Portl i field No, 2 on the White & Fewer farm in section 26-33-11 Is good for 40 barrels. ll Field Towns sai( ,,, ,. )lliu, and Inhabitants are Thirsty. Drj PI Rst vls. John Markhani, ir., has returned from .m extended tour of the Taclflc oast country. Robert Titealrn. jr.. Is here from his home In Fasedena, Cal. A. H. Jtammaae and John V, ilo- spe "ial lo The World OlLTl IN, Okla., Sept. 27. "The oil field towns are rather dry, at the P-esenl Ume, are they not"'' This ,,.s the question asked by Governor "Bob" vVillUms, referring to the faci that the Creek oowrty grand jury, now In session at fcpVlpa! 1 L-POh llir II... Il J . . . 1 'e nn' ijij ,,n UKB at that Present time. With many of the (. Hw rS",en'k"1 "ml ""Meted and -an,i-,,,,ier men appointed in their Places. Assured that the t. ,...., arj and soma of the fellows getting mghty thirsty, the governor said In talking with your ,01 respondent an. borne V'Vl'rn''r.lWl'ro l,Ut K'ven the JoiE Ly.1' ue the 8tttte '"llHla In ... uiaucn, iney would whole lot thirstier." V. C. J. D.'e KIT-rat-ir CLOTHES I Mailc lo Onlcr. ) Snappy atylcs. fine workmanship anil nn yeluea Long wear, perfeel fit mi.l complete HtUfsetioa guaranteed 1 tSUION BHOP TAILOR t'l. um r uml Primer 0r Excbenga Nitlootl limk ' Talis. Ok:a. 909 South Cheyenne Avenue. Tenth rest opeai Tkarsdsy, .Sept io inill jrldysl iaslraetioa la all grslss. Kinder Baricn d.purtiiiint fur children 4 to li year! uf Bgt.. Robertson, Bailey, Nelson & Bailey ATTORNB5TS-AT-LAW, Oeneral I'raetlee Oil and Ga mailer 11 specialty. Muskoget 70! Surety Bldf. Tulsa 436 RobtngOB Alca.le. get a A Dtattnotlon, in,;Tnur j iW!tPM't y"u ,ldm,t him "He btlc-nas to a ring." NAVAS PIANO .SCHOOL. Piano and Theory Mcthodi aibipted hy all leading ciinsorrs- tori.a. Jeasie C'i.iino I,ucia Ktinke. Studio llacmcnt of Mfg4 Bal ixl church, corner t'uuith and Cincinnati. Pkosi 554. LAuits $1000 nt ward grpat 8ucc?aafnl "Monthly" Compoand. s;. v relierea aoma of the longeel, most ohMinale. abnormal easei In 8 to S days. S harm, pain or inlerferenr with work. Mall 11.50 Double at.ength : Bookie tret Writo todar. T. W. Bnnthingloa medr Co. SIS iialn St.. Kanaat City. MS.