TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2.3, 1918.
In Okls.. .f'J 24
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Irvluna . . .
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Blastr 1 00
litnr.atM .... a 00
044a gtf) 1 OlA
D (Mia 1 00
C.M. (SSd(.. 3 onl
J 0(li 114 (laud
Krcrtry K. S. Ari.ilnii of Ui
Tulsa Traffic Imrcau iteservf Urn
arratat credit Tor having tl Uie
new rales from any nil prodiultiK
point! In T to oklohimi n-iwi-n-.tn.
It wan tha hrst and must ef
f.ctiv work that lnui ever rom.t to
ih nolle of the oil reporter. Tha
following telegram are sclf-ciplan-atory:
"Twnly-lKht rcfinrrlfa In Okla
homa hava cloaed down and Ilia bal
anea are only operating about 10
r cant of thair capacity account
unahla to tl cruda oil. Plraaa ana
oorrMpondrn and wire aakln that
ratas b aaUbllahed from llurkliur
natt. Hanger, Oorinnn and Wichita
Kails to all raflnlnc polnta In Okla
homa. Tha government rrporta blK
ahortafa of gaaollnn and that could
b ovtrcoma If Oklahoma rsflnrrli-a
could fet aufflclcnt cruda oil to
keap thtm operating to capacity.
Can you not hava rate published
nn ona day'a notice, or on tha other
hand advlsa me what ratea will he
. eatabllahed and let the carrlera han
dle reparation clalma on the Informal
(locket of the commission, nasi of
tha new ratea prior to publication of
aanie. Thla short-" of rrude oil
la very ierloua propoaltlnn and
will be glad If you will give It Im
The above telegram waa sent Rp
tember II by Macretary Ailama to C.
K. Parkin, chairman of tha Hi.
Lu)a western dlatrlcl freight traffic
committee; alao to J. L, Woat, chair
man of tha Dallas committee: A. C.
, Johnaon. chairman of the Chicago
committee, and Judge I'routy, rep
resenting the shippers on the board
of blrector-Oeneral McAdoo.
Tha following telegrams were re
ceived by Secretary Adams thla
'Further reference your message
' llth. Now have freight rate au
thority to publish to all Oklahoma
refining points, cruda petroleum oil.
It l-l cant from Wichita Falls,
Rurkburnett, Blectra, Iowa l'ark,
Petrolla and Holltday. Texas: 5
eanta) from Ranger, Kaatland, Mana
ton Ipur, Hillings Spur, Wile i'ost
141, Harden Switch and polnta on
Texas A Pacific Cisco to Mlngua m
elualve. Will advlaa effective data
igned , C. E. PKRKIN8.
"Publication an one day'a notice.
Petroleum oil carloads from Wlb.
Its. Valla, Rurkburnett Elect re, eW.,
tt 1-1 cents, and from Hangar,'
Kaatland, Maraton Spur, eta., . of
tt cent a, authorised to all polnta lit
Oklahoma to alternate with claaa or
commodity ratea where now lower.
Authority was given by wire.
Bignad, C. A. ntoUTY. .
Teiaa la a great producing field
for eruda ell and thla means that
tha reflnerlea In Oklahoma, through
tha prompt efforta of tha traffic aa
aoclation, will ba able to get auffl
Iceat crude oil keep them operat
ing to full capacity.
When the oil producer and reflnet
read tha prealdent'a proclamation
giving tha oil administration author
Ity ore- refining, marketing and tba
traneporUtion end of tbe oil game,
there waa, aa la usual In all the vary.
Ing phaawa of tha oil altuatlon, much
surprise and The World waa compil-
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menU-d on liavln (riven tlha news
licforn It wim rrcHved, ovn ttiruiigh
It w th rimscnsus of opinion
anion; ri-flni-r ami riiarkntipra that
this In but a ptcp towanl a;roJr
cimtrul by tln irnvprnmonl and will
moin ihun likely IhiuI to prira fix
Iiik iiikI u mum rlKl'l aupnrvlalon of
It Is alno ttm consensus of opinion
thiit tli" proclamation will tM'lp clear
thu nlmoHphere mi'l wMI lnu.il to a
mniMi ltltr feolln ull ariiund."1 It
has been an absolute fiu t from the
hi-KirinliiK tliut the iiutlusrlty us vmU
d In the pruntdent of the I'eilted
rluit.w ronmianils triorn rrspect and
more faithful pftrnfrnutiw-n of duty
than any other one factor that might
enter Into the. situation.
Aa fur bark lit the firnt of AicKunt.
II. 1''. Hlnrlnlr made a prxlrtlnii to
the -writer that lliern wouM be so
tuul govern rne.rit control nii'l thnt
sonwt of the KtiuiJIer refinerirs would
be tlirown In the dlm urd the auttno as
Wern some oniall r.UlnnulH.
Hliwe that time it Iiuh appe.tred
that tfm reflnerx were kIvIiik mm oil
admlitlitralor the liixt pinilhln nl.l
In work I nit nut the VHrloun problnnis
that confront the IndiiNtry and with
a wond-eful jiatrlutlc purpose to win
It had been the contention of this
paper from the hi irlniUiiir Hint It was
neeeenary to keep nil llio refliMite
running ict full speeil to supply the
neoeeaary xasolnlti and fuel oil for
the governtnnnl and tliat pipe lines
owing to tlmlr superior fai llliles for
markellng iuul storlnK woulil be able
to keep up their end, thuH nssurlnK
perfect team Wjrk.
Now that the governmont Is get
ting weekly rfports It will be plain
ly seen whotlu-r or not tho refiners
who are rated as "smnll" are doing
their nharo In pruportlun to thrlr ra
pacity. It la only fair to Mr. Hlnnlnlr to
any that when hut own filling stations
have been empty and harrn nf oil
he has filled go vrr nine nt rush or
ders for export In spite of the mint
urgnnt demand from his own people.
The many vulture to Tulsa during
the reunion week have been more
than surprised at lite tremendous
activity among the reflnerlea across
the river In West Ttibia. A frequent
question asked by fhe strangers was.
"doea one man own this big husl
nea," or (foes It belong to the Stand
ard Oil? It looks to them like an
Impossibility that one man should
be able to build up the great Cnedan
refinery on hla own initiative ami by
his own ability.
Hut at that It la an ahnolute fact
that thla la true. i
Can Writ Turns to Oil.
Tha N. I of the Aetna Oil & (las
Co., on tha Itobella fee, In the
north-east quarter of l-ld-12. which
waa completed for a l,000.00ti-foot
gaa well In tha 1, 000-foot sand'about
seven montha ago. Is reported to
have turned to oil and looks Ilka It
might make a good profitable
A short time ago C. U. Travera,
general manager of the Aetna com
pany, went out to blow off thla well
'and hla No. I, na gas had not been
taken from either of the wells for a
long time, and he wished to aea how
well they were getting along, lie
opened the valve on No, 1, which hea
a rapacity of 5,000,000 feet, and It
showed off In fine and demonstrated
that It had not lost anv of Its pres
sure, when, after Mr. Travera
ftounded tha valve with a hammer to
onaen It, he broke the raat Iron fit
ting and It blew It nut against him,
crippling him to such an extent that
he was confined to his bed with
bruises for ecvernl days. When No.
t waa opened up. tha gaa waa barely
noticeable two feet above the exit,
and It waa coming nut of a 2-Inch
pipe at that. Thla lead up to aust
plclnn that there was oil In tha hole,
and now It la verified. South of this
well, about two loratlnna, la where
the 240-barrel well waa completed
four months ago ar)d caused
exi itemcnt In that neighbor-
The I'rodurers Refiners cor
. oral, 'on rmidn a locAtlon for a test In
the soifi beast corner of the north
west quarter "f 2-22-le, the kludge
I lent allotment.
II Is one of the most Interesting
tenia that has been started In u, long
time, and will doubtless start a real
boom in that direction.
It la located about tha right dis
tance south of the I'onra t.'lty field
and la liable to pick up a shallow
sand that would correspond to the
I'onra sand. It Is midway between
the big gus development at Morrison
and the timings field, being about
ten miles of the above named pools.
It Is located on a creek that empties
In the 1 1 lack Hear, whli'h, aa every
one knows, Is the best producing
creek in the west, aad Is also lorated
on a well defined anli-rllne that had
all ear marks of belgn one of the
bent that hyis so far been discovered.
It Is known as the Otoe Hwltfh nnti
cllne. Travelers up and down the Nan la
Ke road from I'onra City south to
I'erry will be sble to see this rig nn
the .east of the track about three
and one-half or four miles south of
The most interesting phase nf this
tent Is that It points lo the fart that
there Is a pile of mighty likely look,
log arreuge that hue never been
tested In this territory.
That deeper sands are 4o be
pei led 'In the neighborhood of
1.3110-rnnt wells of Croeble,
.Magnolia and others midway
tueiui Hanger and K;il limit,
looks certain. The Cosdeti on
llolcomti fuim, about three-quarters
of a mile went nf the Croshlo well,
has found a sand at 1.4X0 feet,
which is showing I.ODO.OiiO feet of
gas. This same well made 6, 0011,000
fret of gns In a sand fuund at about
The (iulf I'rodurtlon company well
on the llolrnmb farm In the south
east part of Itunnela county, had
1,000,000 feel of gaa at 1.905 feet
and 1.000.000 feet In a sand at 2.000
feet after passing through a break
and It Is now on Ha way down at
2.050 feet. The gaa showings were
fuund in tho lime..
A dispatch printed In the Fort
Worth Record saya that tho Hmlth
well in the south part of the town
of Ilurkburnett came In Saturday
afternoon and Is" a good producer.
The well la three-quarters of a mile
south of other producing wells on
the north end of tha town of Rurk
burnett and extenda theapool to the
south. 1.1 Is taken to mean that the
entire town of Ilurkburnett la un
derlaid with oil.
The Run company la building a
warehouse at Htrawn and la reported
to have ahlpped 20 rlga out of Hoau
mont to the west Texaa country.
The Kort Worth Star-Telegram
saya that there ara now 2St wells
now drilling In tha north Texaa
fields, bl of which are below the
1 000-foot depth. Ona third are
drilling and the othera ara rlga and
Ownw of WIM Went Khow nog Good
Lurk and noil.
W. H. Peck, on and (las Pepart-
ment, Tulsa World, Tulsa, Okla.
Dear Mr. reck K. W. Marland
and myself brodght In a 10,000.000
foot gamier on the southwest quarter
of 17-25-1, at l.iao feet. Thin well
Is almost a mile south ahead of tha
production In tha I'onca field and
opens up quite a lot of new territory
with greater possibilities to the eoulh.
We are ah-utUng In the well for a
gaaser and will Make another loca
tion 400 feet south of It.
I am abandoning tha well at Tills
In the southeast quarter nf 12-24-.
This well la drilled 2 son feet whieh
la deeper than any of the producing
san us in tne adjacent rieida. I com
menced that well 16 months ago and
It haa coat ma over 150,000. I only
abandoned It after I run entirely out
of hole and nn chance to get in deep,
er. The tool in thla well will be
moved In tha south egtonsion of ihe
, Your very trulr.
GEO. I Mn.I,Bn.
flood Came S porta.
William A. Rogers of the Ard
tnore Producing A lleflnlng Co., who
Winner of the Blue Ribbon in
Last Night's Fashion Show
Clothes are like men, in
the service they render. ,
Some do so much work
and do it so well that
they're cheap it $40;
others are a waste at $25.
We have Hart Schaffner
and Marx clothes because
they're cheapest at the
price, and we don't know
of any way to help you
save when you' need
clothes than to offer you
these,-. They're -all-wool;
satisfaction . guaranteed.
Stacy Adams -Shoes.
Is In Tulsa says that t'he wella drill
ing In 2K-J-1 la now 2.030 feet deep.
They had a Knowing of oil at 1.S80
ajid are going us deep as 2.K0Q, un-U-hh
oil Is found at a lesser depth.
Thla well haa coat more than I.50.
000 up to tho present time, aa the
rig has skidded twice, and burned
down once. It had been almost for
gotten by the talent. Mr. Rogers says
It looks like a good bet yet and he
ought to know aa well urn anyone
aa he has had a lot of experience
before going to Ardmore.
Hrtvind Wall -rcck Sand I'roliirtle.
The Midwest lleflnlng company,
drilling In the Halt rreek field on
patented land, has Just cnriTpleted a
well which la flowing at the rate of
from 8.0U0 to 10,000 barrels per
day. nil is coming from tha second
Wall creek sand and It thus proves
a second strata of oil In that. field.
No nd extends into Dig Muddy field,
where two wells now are being
drilled. Wella heretofore drilled in
I '.Ik .Muddy have all been to thp first
Wall creek and. Houston, Klble
The above will be of much lntereat
us the prospects of finding oil In the
weonrt sand In the Hlg Muddy field
have always been regarded aa good.
Visitor) Haw Wdl Kliot. .
The vlaitora at the confederate re
union suw an oil well shot yesterday
one mile south of Red Kork and were
much pleased with the, lo them.
novel sight. The well had 40 feet of
sand Mini wan drilled to a deplh of
IS&O feet, and Is therefore. In the
shallowest territory except that
around Chelswa. In Oklahoma.
John llennott of the I'ratrla Oil
A lss Co., denervr credit for the
Meeting of ltcflncr and Marheu-ra
There will be a joint meeting of
thn refiners nnd marketers commit
tees at jannaa City today. Tho
chances are Hiat among other ques
tions will ln taken up the question
as to whether or not gasoline should
he conserved by stopping pleasuro
riding on Kunduy west of the MIs
alHMlppl. There is no disposition, to
let the easterners do all the con
serving and go without their custo
mary pleasure rUles on Sunday. The
west la Just tut patriotic as the east.
The Midwest Oil company has de
clared the usual quarterly dividend
of 2 pef cent on preferred stock,
payable October 20, to tock of rec
ord October I. No action was taken
aa to a dividend on common stock.
Houston, Klble & Co.
Hlg Well at Okmulgcir.
The Yuungstown pool ha another
big well to Its credit The south
part of the field Is still holding up
the reputation of that prolific little
spot as a rendezvous for big wells.
Tha Okmulgee I'roduclng & llefln
lng Co. No. 4 on the Ollphant farm
in 39-14-11 la In and good for 300
Won ;oxl for 50 tlarrrla. ,
Ilert Itrookin and the (ilobe Oil
company No. 3 on the Hmlth farm
In thn aouthciint of 8-13-12, haa been
completed and 1 good for 50 barrels
In tho dee psand found at 2,700 feet.
NORTH AND KAKT OF TllsSA
The well on the Lewis allotment In
the northwest corner of the north
east of tho southwest of 1-20-12 1
drilling at 500 feet.
Th Hperry Oil & Oa Co. I shut
down nt 1,180 feet on the U Chls
holm No. 11 In the southwest corner
of the northeast of tha southeast of
Tbe Tulsa Fuel company la drill
ing at S50 feet on the T. Collins farm
In the center of the east line of the
northwest of tha northwest of
The (layno Oil company on the W.
I. Martin 12 In the northweat corf
ner of the northeast of the south
west of the southeast of 19-21-13 I I
drilling at 660 feet
M. 8. Nhears and others No. 6 on
the A. MrLaln farm in the center of
the northwest of the northwest of
21-21-13 is drilling at 700 feet
Tulmt Fuel company No. 2 on ithe
T. Morgan farm In the southwest
corner of tho aoutheast of the north
cast of 6-21-14 Is drilling at 300 feet
lloom he and others are down 650
feet on tho U Hhoadea No. 1 In the
northwest of 27-21-14.
Cox and asaoi'lutes ekldderl the rig
on the F. Denton farm In tha north
went corner of 36-21-14 and wlil drill
Hancock and others on the A.
Howilen No. l In the center of the
east line of the northwest of the
southwest of 6-21-18 1 shut down
at 700 feet
Tulsa Fuel company No. 2 on the
8. Long farm In the northweat cor
ner of the southeast of the south
east of 32-22-13 is drilling at 400
, Th Indian Territory Illuminating
Oil company has never drilled In its
No. 1 Grltta In the southeast of
The Texas Company on the Mc
pherson No. 6 In the northeast of
6-23-13 waa last reported drilling at
COWirrA The F.dgar Oil com
pny,No. 6 on the S. Manuel farm In
the center of the east line of the
northwiwt nf the northeast of
31-17-10 came In good for a 3,000,-000-foot
gaRHer In the 1.100-foot
sand. The total depth la 1,170 feet.
Markhum has a duster In his No.
2 on tho 11. Miller farm In the north
west corner of the northeast of 32-
17-15 and has abandoned it at 1,450
The Rilgar Oil company No. 11 on
the J. Clintons farm In the center of I
the northwest of the northwest of
32-17-15 Is a 60-barrel wa'.l at 1,185
feet after shot. No. 10 is good for
25 barrels at 1.172 feet after hot
It Is In the center of the northeast
of the northwest of the section.
The Livingston Oil corporation
completed Its No. 1 on the Kva Nave
farm In the southeast corner of the
southwest of 9-17-15 the latter part
of last week and ha a 6,000,000-foot
gasser at 1.286 feet
The Conservative Oil company Is
drilling at 4,200 feoLoQ the -LUj'tle
farm -No. 2 In the center of the east
line of the northeftt of the north
east of 13-17-15.
Walker and others were last re
ported drilling on the P. Smith farm
In the southeast of the southwest of
25-17-15 after having passed up the
J. C. 8penc in shut down 'at'l, 500
feet on the Bill Nero farm in the
Koulhwest corner of 28-17-15.
TN BRORFN ARROW DISTRICT.
Mclaughlin TJeece have a 2 5-har-rel
well at 1.297 feet In their first
well on the K. Sarty farm. In the
southwest corner of 31-18-15 after
drilling It deeper. It formerly was a
The Kdgar Otl company has com
pleted Its No. 3 Escoe In the center
of the east line of th northeast of
th southeast of 7-11-15 and haa a
1.0 barrel well at 1 , 2 r, g feet. Thla well
makes It look like the big pay has
about been limited to tho south and
Talbot was last reported drilling
at 1,22.1 feet on the L. Ilrant No. 2
In the southwest corner of the north
east of 6-lft-lu.
K. 11. George, Ike Rhuler and eth
ers are drilling at 550 feet on the
No. 4 I'realey farm in tha southwest
corner o'f the northeast of the south
west of C-1S-15.
Webster and othera No. S Harnett
In the center nf the south line of the
southwest of the northwest of 8-18-15
are drilling at 1.125 feet.
The Edgar Oil company Is drill
ing Its No. 4 Kscos In the center of
the north line of the northeast of the
southeast of 7-18-15 and Is down
about 100 feet. .
The Keno well on the N. Apucka
farm In the northwest corner of the
noUheost of 21-18-15 Is drilling at
IIAHKrXIe The Oleum Develop
ment company la drilling at 100 feet
nn the IllllLngslea No. 4 in the north
west comer of 2-16-14.
The H. P. A II. Co. la drilling at
100 feet on the It. Deere No. 2 in fhe
center of the north line of the north
east of the northeast of t-lt-14.
Livingston Oil corporation is down
about 400 feet on Its No. S 8. Clinton
farm, In the centor of the west line
of the northeast of the southeast of
Cox and others are casing at too
feet on tho Montgomery farm In the
southeast corner of the northwest of
the southeast nf f-lt-14.
The National Oil V Oaa Co. on the
Anderson 11 In the northwest corner
of the southeast of the southeast of
.IS-16-14 la drilling at 1.200 feet
Scudder and .others No. 1 on the
P. Ixwery farm In the center of the
north line of the northwest of the
southwest of 29-16-15 Is Shut down
at 1.250 feet.
The 99 Oil company No. 5 on the
8. Grayson farm In the southwest
corner of the northwest of 29-11-15
la now making 150 barrels at 5 feet
In the sand found at 1.485 feet
Harris and others No. 6 on the
C. Grayson farm in1 the northeast
corner of the southeast of 30-H-15 la
drilling at 600 feet.
IiKOXAimThe Iteynolds Oil ft
Gas Co. shot Its No. 3 on the Isom
Peters farm In the center of the east
line of the northeast of the north
west of 25-17-14 and haa a 25-bsrrel
well at 1.112 feet.
The Kay Wagoner Oil company No.
12 on the river bed In the center of
the west line of the northweat of (he
northeast of 25-1-14 la shot at 1,789
feet and la good for 50 barrel.
FISITF.R Page and associates
tiave shot their No. 1 on the (2.
Island farm In the aoutheast corner
of 12-19-10 and have a 15-barrel well
at 2.090 feet.
OIL AND GAS
tanas. IsrpUaa. rredaetlea. Eta
Wanted to Buy: Good royalties.
Give full particular!. Also- will fur
nish money to develop proven leases
for Interest. Give full particulars
what you have to offer. Postoffice
box 8t. Adv.
WANTED Cacuum pump and
compressor, capacity 350,000 cu. ft.
per day. Banker Gaaoline Co., Has
kell, Okla.. R. R. No. 2. Adv.
Midco Oil Sales Co.
Midco Oil Bldg., Tuisa. Conway Bldg, Chicago
Producers, Refiners, Marketers-
Oklahoma Petroleum & Gasoline Co.
sssss Kris s ass a
Kennedy Bldg. phone lm
Commerce Petroleum Co.
Chicago Tul St Louis
Marketer, of Petroleum Produ.ts, Operating Onr Own C,
1003-04 Daniel ldg. Tulsa, OkU.
IMPERIAL REFINING CO.
Located at Ardmore
PitUburch. o rr?,e?m Product
STON MU.CFF Tha Sinclair Oil
A Uas Co. Is drilling at 1.405 fe.et in
its well on the Herryhlll farm In the
southeast corner of 35-17-15, hav
ing passed the 8tonebluff aayid.
OCEANS of STORAGE
ROOM at NICHOLS
New RF.IN FORCED CONCRETE
Private locker for household
goods. Largest padded Auto.
Vans for moving In city and coun
try towna. Professional packer
AND STORAGE CO.
r ho rare Osage 117-1IK-S75
John B. Cooper
Reml Instate Kxpcrt
"tt Tear an Operator"
See me for sound Real Estate
104 Daniel Building.
Phono Gauge 2507
of luiu city, If.
IfZUBEXS irZW TOBK STOCK CZ
OHAXOB AND CHICAGO BO AAD
Rtecks, bonds, irals sal eatlea.
Gtaadard Oil and aobaldiary atoeka.
N aw Ye.-k ao4 Boaton curb. Llbariy
Boada beofht aad told. PrlraU wire.
CHAD. D. CBOTCHXTT, ktaaaier.
Ttlspkos Oaa 940. 901 B. Boa,
OTR AND BERG
New Tork fltock. Exchange.
Chicago Board of Trade.
" New Orleana Cotton Exchange.
Liberty Bond Bought and Sold
UEOHGE L. KY8KK. Managar
121 East Third Street (Hotel Tulsa)
IX TIIF. MAYO BUILDING
DR. O. Q. POYNOR
ANNOl'NCF.S THK REMOVAL OF
HIS PKNTAL PARLORS FROM
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING TO SUITE T25-2t MAYO
UUILDING. TELEPHONE tt.
MONEY TO LOAN
Have some private fund of client
to lend on good aecurlty, abort term
SAM'L A. BOORSTIN
613 Wright Bldg.
Refining Co. FueI oil
Office 213 U A P. Bldg., Tulsa rhn 0
- Petroleum - Co"
Specialize in Fuel Oil and Gas Oil
Tulsa Office, Phone Osage 7765
n n n
WK MARKET EVERY PETROLEUM DERIVATIVE
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
C. 8. A.
Pp. O. Acker. Itraldent Manager.
R. H. REMICK & COMPANY
PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM
PHONE OSAGE 8233 NEBRASKA BMf).. TPLSA. OR LA.
BALKS OFFICE PMOIVE gg, TULSA, OKLA.
THE AKIN GASOLINE COMPANY
Manufacturer, and Marketer, of High Gravity Caging-
Ej Chang National Rank Bid;,
i uiga, uitla.
Roxana Petroleum Co.
rnutmx REFINING COMPANY
Producers & Refiners' Corporation
EcondTny Oil and Refining Cnmnnn,,
J. F. CAMPION OILS
301 DANIEL BLDG.
Lakeside Petroleum Comoanv
Phono 8175 iV".7
TulaV okZS '! iUl-3f Bldg.; 803 Bartle, Bldg.
' Chicago, IU. Ku paul M1
American Oil &
. ,. !flseri si
a.i P'strlbatiag etallana
SINCLAIR REFINING CO.
115 Sinclair Bldg.
Consumers Refining Company
REFINERIES AT CUSHING
Sales Office, 76 West
COSDEN & COMPANY
HIGH-GRADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
REFINERY YALE, OKLA.
San Francisco, Cat '
NEW YORK, N. Y.
6T. LOUIS, MO.
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INDIAHOMA REFINING CO.
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TULSA OFFICE 603-604 GALLAIS BUILDING
6T. LOUIS OFFICE. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BLDG.
Lake Park Refining Cnm
General Sales Office, Rialto
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Union Petroleum Company
EXPORTERS AND MARKETERS
Tulsa Office Phone 4409
Constantin Refining -Co.
Kennedy Building . (
j 315 South Boulder St. Tulsa, Okla.
W. H.. BARBER
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Riverside Western Oil Company
Seventh Floor Wright Bldg.
Great American Refining Co..
rKUUUCtKS AND REFINERS
Refinery, Cherryvale, Kan. Gen. Offices, Tulsa, Okla.
Reflnerlea Iiorated at:
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Ponca city, okla,
rP"" ""king A Trust Bldg.
Tank Line Co.
In tha Northvfat
Monroe Street, Chicago
1005 Gallais Bid.
KAVSA9 CITY. MO.
Bldg., Kansas City, Missouri
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rones city, Pushing
Phone Omge 2023
Sunland Oil Company
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Refinery, Jennings, Okla.
419 . 14 New Wright Bldg.
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