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TULSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1918.
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OIL MARKET QUOTATIONS,
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if Situation.
'i l.ii situation Is remarkably rooi!
-f 1:1 .ill anle. The lucctins;
i I,, ilukd for yesterday. In Now York
... .leifrinine tho i-ourHu to t pr-
leu liy thn war servlco committee
;i;i reCipl to "the plan" unj tin;
,. versions "f oil In tho nild-contlncnt
f , ,tx ml over until today, iunl
,,;.,,.) nf the lancer refiners ure In
., 'it - rt 1 i !e. incluilitiK K. K. fclmck,
',r . siili iil of t lip Western Petroleum
'V1.. I :ii' : association, ami J. K fun
.l,n. Tfi'rc In doubtless tho srn op
t.n: mic, t'lrlt in evlilenco in New
" ci. K im hire as oil stocks were mar-'-,g
vi-htcnlay unil a Kliincn ut the
in ii ki-t pace will ronviri' n the moKt
.'.-s;niisiii' that New York 1 looking
.f.'r ii ,1' h n-le on the part of the Ucr
r .i" .ii'in). In oilier words, ih limk
rs' fur ' genuine stampede th.it will
!.:;" Ilo" multitude of Hermans to
;.,V. ,i k nil r"rnnl ax a terror stricken
n:.i!i tiiur.il for home.
Tin. market has not all yet started.
.1 iir liiii; to some who oiiKht to
1 ( , as it in claimed hy tho Texas
.' . pie th.it were tho war taxes out
nf the .iy its Mtock would ho worth
! .p whereas It closed yeterday at
Plnclair albo Ih easily worth
I .-at. Mid hetter, and unless too many
weak-kneed speculators take profits
. incklv it should not hesitnto In its
upward move this Bide of $70 a
hare.
Comlen & ' ' has pained a dollar
per share, which Is polng; nome for a
smelt I hut has been slain still at
a little above par, which Is only five
dollars, and hence the raise- In value
;s lirm' in proportion.
Hut the best thlnK about thn sit
uation ih that there aro still bi
we'.N heinir brought (n riht at
hmre. iis the Kimbley and Moore
west of Okmulgee, amply dem
i.nMriii's. It is a uood country to
r.'.rale in and many new pools
w.U likely be found between Okmul
gee and tho Cushinir field.
And the allies are cleaning up,
which Is so much the biceest news
as tn make all our own affairs look
!ncoi:si"iiential by comparison.
The Allocation of Oil.
Humnesn Is beginning; to pirk up
with the distributors of oil that was
allocated by tho prairie, tlulf. Texas
and farter OH company to the vari
ous refineries who had been short
of oil on account of the restrictions
placed hy the war service committer
on thn competitive bidding of refin
ers in this fie J.
The oil that b.is been allnted to
refiners from the stocks of tho Gulf
COAL Obtainable
Pon't wait for a cold Htiap
Hr Order Now
Don't Drlu y You May Bo Icft
In the Lurch
Tulsa Retail Coal Co.
300 . Hon Icier
Phono 3183
FOR SALE
No. 5 Keystone drill rlir, rom
plete with string of tools. Trice
Jl.7-50.
00 h.p. Olds raa engine; nearly
new. Price JU.OOO.
FAKRY INVESTMENT CO.
112 W. Grand Ave.
Oklahoma City
Want to Lease
30 Tank Cars
Address
Carbo Oil Co.
Guthrie, Okla.
ULSA
Machine & Tool Co.
High - class Machine
Work. Welding, Black
smithing. We repair
and make anything.
We specialize In Oil
Kicld Work.
l"-41 11 1st. Phono 7089-SJfl.
EVER TRY OUR CLEAR
ING HOUSE FOR
CASING, TANKS
ENGINES?
(New and A-l used)
References: Any Tulsa bank
and H. a. Dun.
W.E.ROGERS
CLEARING HOUSE
219 Kennedy Bldg., Tula
"1
Uii
I 1'ipo Line company in Jlutlcr county,
Kan., i of a Kravny tli.it is very ac
eeijiahle and n fmera who have been
alloted oil from this field aro taking
their allotments.
Thore is also a niarnin of profit In
the nil aiiuted from tlm tanks of the
Carter Oil company in the Healdton
district and in c;t.st one refiner Is
takinj; his share. Tho oi'. al'mli 1 from
the lilct'.n pool Is beginning to move
also. althoiiKh not of an illlurli.K
gravity, but is filling up the nulls to
full capacity. So far about a third
of the refiners am takng their oil
according to .1. ,1. ,S'hock, who is
here, and to whom fell thn duty of
makine out a list of icfincis dcsirli-g
uch oil.
The JVtjc on Oil.
U W. Hart of thn Ornnt Ptebtdns
orKaniat Ion. who has been In Wash
inu'ton fur hih weeks in the Inten st
of the oil producer's tax legislation,
says that nothing has so thoroughly
awakened thn country's b'kislutom
to tho need of encouraging nil pro
duction as the raslcfc.i Sundays when
not an automobile is to be seen high
or low.
The bill us It passed the lower
houe. Ih fairly satisfactory, ar.
cording to Mr. Hart, with the exeep.
Hon of the definition of "invested
capital."
As passed, Section reads as
follows: (a) That as used In this
titlo the term "Invested capital"
means (except ni provided in sub.
divisions (l) and (c) of this m-c-tlon):
(1) Actual cash bona fide paid
in for stock or shares:
CI) Actual-Wash value of tangible
property, other than cash, bona fide
paid In for stork or shares, at the
llmo of such payment ( but In no cafn
to exceed thn par value of tho orig
inal stock or shares specifically Is
sued therefor:)
This clause should bo amended,
according to Mr. Hart, by striking
out the phraso "hut in no ease to ex
ceed the par valuo of the original
stock or shares specifically Issued
therefor."
Article f3) reads as follows:
Paid in or earned surplus and un
divided prnfitH; not including sur
plus and undivided profits earned
during (he taxable year and not in
cluding the increase In the value of
any asset above the original cost un
til such Increase Is actually realised
by sale.
To which article, according to Mr.
Hart, should bo added, "or In rawo of
oil wells, gas wells, mineral depos
its or timber, charged to a special
Investment account and credited to
paid in surplus on the books of the
corporation. Such increased value
to he determined under rules and
regulations to be prescribed by the
commissioner of internal revenue
with tho approval of tho secretary
of the treasury, but in no case to ex
ceed the correct fair market valuo of
tho property.
"Provided further that such In
creased values. If any, shall be de
pleted In this same manner and at
thf same ratio as tho actual cost of
the property."
"Many corporations," said Mr
Hart, "will bo unjustly burdened if
denied the privilege of taking up on
their hooks legitimate appreciation
on tangible property and of taking
such appreciation Into account In
computing Invested capital. It does
not follow that such appreciation
should also be taken Info considera
tion In computing Income.
"In computing Income from
profits on sales of capital assets,
such appreciation should be disre
garded, and the cost price of such
assets should be the fair market
STRANDBERG
McGREEVY&Co.
MEMBERS:
New York ntoi Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade.
New Orleans Cotton Exchange.
PRIVATE WIRES
Stocks-Grain-Cotton
Liberty Bonds Bought and Sold
GUOltUH L. KYSEK, Uanagtr
Phone 7200
111 East Third Street (Hotel Tulsa)
MONEY TO LOAN
Have some private funds or clients
to lend on good security, short terms
preferred.
SAM'L A. BOORSTIN
613 Wright Bldg.
HOPE ENGINEERING &
SUPPLY CO.
Reports on Gasoline, Plants
(las Proprut
rhyslcal Tests Made
Construction and Designing
Engineers
Thone 7210
OCEANS of STORAGE
ROOM at NICHOLS
New nnNFoncED concrete
FIREPROOF STORAGE
JIST COMPLETED
Private lockers for household
goods. Largest padded Auto
Vans for moving In city and coun
try towns. Professional packers
and craters.
NICHOLS TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
Phones Osago 117-1 IS-B75
HOUSTON,FIBLE
AND COMPANY
of Kanu City, He.
MEMBERS ITXW YORK STOCK EX
CHANGE AND CHICAGO BOAJLD
OF TEADB.
fltAtkt, bonds, rin mil eettes.
Bliniir Oil nd oblldlry iKx-k.
New York nd Bolton curb. LltxrU
Bond boogbt nd told. PriTaU wiru.
CHAS. D. CSOTCHITT. MtDifU.
TtltphoD 0f 240S. JOS B. Boilot,
Tuli. Okla.
i
Value, as nf March 1, 1!U 3 If ac
'luired prior t.i that due. and actual
i os i if a 'iiiire.l subsenin'iit to then. i
"The government undertakes! to ;
allow to all corporations certain dc l
dtictlotis. hlch are to be based on
the actual amount of capital Invest- ,
ed in business. There can be no get
ting away from the proposition that ,
the current value of a tangible prop
erty Is tho actual capital Invested In
same. I'ntiuestlonablv, all corpora-
tlonn should be granted this de.luc- i
tlon, which Is based on capital In-'
vested, on an ciuitablc basis. j
"Tho majority of corporations will;
be granted this deduction as a mat
ter of course. The exceptional cor
poration should be, nnd can be in
the manner stated above, put on the
same bavis as the majority corponi
tlon. "In granting this equalisation of
Inves'ed capital. the government
dors not surrender any income tax
ing rights. The Increased earning
power of such appreciated property
Is immediately available for pur.
poses of taxation, and all of the
earnings; of such property will be
available for taxation purposes us
fast ns realized.
"The profit on sale of the nsset
itself, if any, is Immediately available
for taxation purposes n.i soon as
so.d. ! or tho government to tax
Jthixe Increased earnings and not tn
I allow the Increased values of the as
:Sts from which derived, Is manl
I fes' ly unjupt.
Tako the case of a corporation
producing oil. It has a leasehold,
for which it paid ll.nnfl bonus. A
well Is brought in which proves to
have a settled flow of 10 birreis per
day When the settler flow Is as
certained, this property immediately
ae'i'iires a value of one thousand
limes the price pep birrel of oil. per
daily barrel production. To illus
trate: If oil s selling at i 4Ti per
barrel this well Is worth . f. pet
barrel of daily production, or f J4,5n.
"It ran bo readily sold for this
amount, and the government will
tax a very liberal Income from nn In
vestment In thut amount. The cor
poration should be permitted to take
up on Its books ss appreciation, the
difference between the $24.rOn and
the $1,000 originally paid for the
leasehold, or $2.1.500 should be com
puted as capital Invested, precisely
like new capital Invested in the bus
iness on tho day the appreciation is
taken up on the books of tho corpo
ration. "In the regular course of Investi
gations hy tho Internal revenue de
partment. If will ho a very simple
matter for the examining officer to
verify all such appreciation entries
"No corporation would be able to
get by with appreciation entriia l.'at
are not legitimate."
Mr. Hart said that the hill Is now
In the hands of the senate finance
committee and that this committee
expects to report on It about ho 1'iith
of this month, and that with the very
strong disposition on the part of the
country's legislators to aid In tdie
acceleration of oil the chances are
that any report made will consider
favorably the oil man and his needs.
Big Well IVorlhiceitt
of Okmulgee.
The exnected has happened, only
on a little bigger order than some
might have believed. Tho well of
Kimhley & Moore located In the
northeast corner of 11-1.1-11 found
the sand yesterday at 2.4SO feet and
with it j.ist touched, tho well is flow
ing at the raie of an estimated 4.000
barrels and is probably the biggest
well co.nplctcd lu the Voungstown
district.
With the completion of this well
comes tnc suspicion that a second
Voungstown pool will be found in
this locality, and it Is ex per tod to run
from the No. 3 veil of the Producers
A Kefnnis corporation located at
the center of tho west line of the
northwest of the northeast of 2-13-1 1
which ,-ame in about a week ago with
an initial flow of 1.175 barrels, south
east to the big well. The Veil com
pleted by Moroney and associates In
the northeast corner of the southwest
of the southeast of 2-13-1 1 , between
the two large wells, while only good
for 75 or 100 barrels may perhaps
bn on t'.io west edgo of the big pay.
It is understood that water has broke
In on tho Moroney well and they are
now trying to shut It off.
Four or five montha ago, the Car
ter Oil company drilled a hole in
tho southwest corner of the south
east of :'-13-lI on the same piece
now held by Moroney and others but
did not get enough oil tn make a
well after drilling H to 2.470 feet anil
as the ie.ue stipulated 4 hat a pro
ducer had to be drilled In a certain
time to hold tho lease, It was neces
sarily given up. Klmbley drilled a
duster on the If. Lurney farm In
the no.-thwest of 1-13-11 at 2,378
fe.et an 1 the Gladys Hello people
drilled a 10-baircl well from ind
found from 2,4Ji to 2.495 feet in
the southwest corner of the Kouth
east of the southwest of 1-13-11.
These are the most Important wells
entering into the situation and there
Is plenty room fot a nice pool to be
developed.
Anion those expected to be In the
big money are the New York Oil
company owning the southeast quar
ter of the southeast of 2-13-11; the
Carter OH company owning the
northeast quartu of the eoutheasi
and the southeast of 2; Idckerson
and the Kafle'.d Oil company own
ing the north half of the southwest
and the northwest of the southwest
of 2; the Gladys Pelle owning the
southwest quartei of 1; the Produc
ers & Refiner corporation owning
the west half of the northeast of 2
and the Oypsy owning the northeast
quarter of the northeast of 2. Irraw
a line from tho Producers & Refin
ers corporation No. 3 to the big well
and then draw another line through
the middle of the Voungstown pool
! northwest and southeast and the two
i lines almost parallel.
Texas News.
There Is a great exodus from Kan-
' ger as a result of the Spanish Influ
1 enra and development of tho oil
! fields In that vicinity Is seriously
affected. The town, crowded with
transient to its utmost capacity, is
'affected more than any of the other
: towns of the oil district and many
I people are seeking other places of
refuge.
The Golf Production company has
drilled Its No. 1, Pavis farm, In
Stepherm county 7 feet deeper and it
Is flowing 2.000 barrels.
The Cnsden Oil Gas Co. found
n showing at 2.4H5 feet In lt test In
Coleman county, but It will not make
a well. Drilling was progressing at
2.480 feet at last report The show
ing Is considered of much Import
ance as it was found near the show
ing of the Mitchell producer In that
county.
There Is a tremendous shortage of
drillers, notwithstanding the short
age caused by the "flu" epidemic.
About 20 rigs at least are shut down
waiting for the necessary "man-
J power. '
1 F-.aw
7 AWA
C..rT-., ft --t S'Vifinrr fz Murx
With the Slocks.
Texan Con. puny and Mexican Pe
troleum, bolli i f these high class
stocks again made new high price
records for this movi mont today.
Texas Company opened at 1 1 2
and closed at l!ik, which) was the
high point for this issue today mid
Is the highest price Texas Company
has sobl in over a year and a h'lf
Mexican petroleum, which opened
at 14 '.Mi. and sold down to IIS'
during the day, only lo make a
new hlgi figure for this iimvi inenl
of 151 1-2, but dropped back to
157 1-2 at the close of tho session.
Royal Hutch Petroleum stork
sold at 132 today, which Is up
13 1-4 points from Wednesday's
closing. Improvement Is In sympa
thy with tho rise In other oil shares
and It also reflects aggressive policy
o this foreign oil combine In con
ducting Its business throughout the
world. Company hna acquired large
producing areas in various parts or
the world, well located for the
handling of fuel-oil business for
steamships.
Cities Service company declared
regular monthly dividend of 1-2 of
1 per cent nnd of 1 per cent In
stock of common, and 1-2 of 1 per
cent in cash on the preferred dock,
both payable nercmbrr 1, to stork
of record November 15. Houston
Fihlo & Co.
Now from Duncan.
Many new locations have been
been made in the Duncan field, two
being credited to tho Prairie Oil Sr
Gas Co , the first that company has
mado in the field. The Prairie has
timbers In to drill on the Adams
farm, in the southeast corner of the
southwest of tho southeast of 20-1s-itw
and has also timbers on the
ground on the llarlln farm, in the
southwest corner 'if tho northwest
of the northeast of the northeast of
29-1s-9w.
Jake Itamon has the rig built on'
the 'Tarea l ine farm, In tho south
east corner of tho southwest of 20-ls-9w.
'
The Magnolia Petroleum Co. has
a rig on the ground for No. 1.
Walno farm, In the southwest corner
of the northwest of 23-ls-9w.
In the northeast corner of the
southeast of the northea-t of 27-Is-lOw
tho Olive Hell Oil Co. has
moved In a rig to drill on the Rills
farm.
The Wichita Development Co. hw
built another right on Its acreage to
tho southwest, it being located on
the Patterson farm In 4-2s-10w.
Three Dusler in Groeiiwixxl County.
Threo dusters arc reported from
Greenwood county. They are No. 1
of the Western Plains Oil Gas Co.
on the Kinnian farm, In the north
west corner of tho northeast of tho
southwsl of ll-L'v-10: No. 1 of Mar
shall and BHhOcUttd on thn Hani ird
OIL AND GAS
(, StippliM. Frodoctlon, Bw.
WANTKI . Gas contract on Cis-lng-head
gas; ulumn of from
4n, nou to i nno. ono f""t; ga must
test around two rIIons per 1.000 ru
ble feet ir better. nr,, be In a ra
dius of 50 miles of Tula i. Will bubd
gasoline plant at on. o if fas nnd
contracts aro suitable. W.U deal
only with owner of gas. No middle
men considered. Address X 13, t are
World. Adv.
WAN'TKD Pome responsible
party to drill on DiO acre lease near
Coffeyville, Kan. for interest In
same. This property will bear In
vestigation, oil and gas both within
a mi e of lease. Address ilox N-11,
care World. Adv.
For Sale Two National drilling
machines, I turribucklo rig. 1 .Stan
dard rig, 1 Individual pumping out
fit; all In good eondltlon. Address
Uox X-3, care World. Adv.
Racs wanted. We buy clean cot
ton rags and pay tl i-cnls per pound.
k for Mr. McUroom, World of
fice Adv.
Wo o 1 Is
Necessary for
Fighters
Buy Clothes Right
and Save It.
There's just one message we
want to pet to you, and it's for the
country's sake:
Buy pood clothes -the kind that
pive lonjr, hard service.
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
are pood clothes, guaranteed to
be all wool and to give entire sat
isfaction, or money back.
Wright Clothing Co.
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
firm. In I he northwest corner of 33-I'-'-l'i.
diy and abandoned at 2,3X!i
r. i. ,cn I tin, llomaokla (ill company
No. 1 I!' avers farm. In the nirthwrn
coiici- if 2U-24-I2, dry and aban
doned at I,s35 feet.
WwlJrU Prices Kllll Knur,
vul t The Wnrld
.'i.ti'i.-tiii.' i. ir l
j Long. .1. II. Klein and oUiorH of Wlch-
ii. i nave bough', unuivineu out nun
Interest In the oil royalty of the John
.1. Cronan .'arm. lh north eighty
ai res of the southeast of 3-27-30.
The consideration was 130,000.
The Cronan farm offsets nn the
cm si that of the Martin farm on
which the Kokomn ll company is
dulling ut 2.S&0 feet, and diagonally
off.-ciH on the southeast the Hall
farm, on which Hie Plrtle-Pltinan oil
company is drilling around 500 feet.
Tho nearest production to the Cro
nati farm is nno mile and one-half
south, U thn HajiM and the Engelke
melr jirjducers
Hack IYoin the Contention.
It. S. Ayers of the Southern Oil
corporation returned yesterday from
New Vo.k. where he attended the
big convention and says that In that
town they are not giving the Ger
,nuh. Unv.. IbiAn iwn weeks tn aur
vive. Vr. Ayers was sick for a day
or two wnicn rainer iook. mi ino
edgo of tho pleasure of the conven
n,in urn ha heard Mr. Redford'a
speech, which all agrcs was the
EMPIRE
REFINERIES. INC.
Kale Office Phone 7008, SIS Fnlty Bldg, Tulsa.
Tret-o-Litc Saves Waste Oil
500 Mayo Bldg. Phone 5624
BRADFORD RIG & REEL COMPANY
3(18 Cosden llldg. I'hnnes Office S74S; Shop B9S0.
IUG IKONS. BAND TIKKI.S. PAU -WMKKI. OL'T.'ITB AND
WOODWOKK
KOIiD Timoi (.11 hi PPI.Y KTOIIK9
Oklahoma Petroleum & Gasoline Co.
Manufacturers of raslnghead, ttralght run and blended gasolines,
napthas and fuel oil. Always In the market for blending materials.
Kennedy Bldg.
Commerce Petroleum Co.
Chicago Tula 6U Ixmla
Marketers of Petroleum Product, Operating Our Own Car.
1003-04 Daniel llldg. Tulsa, Okla.
IMPERIAL REFINING CO.
Located at Ardmore
Produce in and Refiners of Healdton rrnde, nigh-Grade Gasoline,
Naphthas, Kerosene, Distillates, Gas Oil, Pool Oil and Iload OU
General Ofrici-s ll ml Sales Office
SIMPSON PLII.DING AKMMOKE, OKLAHOMA
flAKRY BTXti
Get Them REFINISHED Like New
lirass I'eds, Chandeliers, Auto Trimmings. Silverware, Surgical and
Dental Instruments.
Plating-, Polishing and Lacquering
301 West First Street All Metals Phono 3120
OKLAHOMA PLATING WORKS
crowiilnr fealure of the convention
Mr. Vyers Is i f thn opinion f hit l
after the niceilus' of the advisory
board In New Yoik, which has been
postponed until I rlday, that the re
finers may bo allowed to purchase
crude oil whrrevir they can find It
and Is furlhrr of the opinion that It
would greatly accelerate buslneits
ami would be the means of bringing
a much larger output within the
reach of tho governmunt for witr
purposes.
Mr. Ayers looks with confidence
on thn future, of Ihe refining Industry
in geno.-al and believes that for the
next year there will be a strung de
mand for petroleum and Us prod
ucts. K-vlrtrntly his opinion Is also
held by the speculators In New York
as oil stocks ye tremendously active.
Dsn Geary In Town.
Dan Ovary, the popular pipe man
of the Republic Pipe company, is
In Tulsa looking over the situation,
and hi apparently as young and full
of ginger as he was 40 years ago. He
is getting the glad hand from a wide
circle of friends.
;i Parted rasing In Duncan Test.
The llolden Petroleum company
cemented the ( 5-S-lnch rasing at
2,000 feet on It text In 20-la-Ow and
later pulled 4 he casing to see If the
cement had set and pulled It In two
at 1,1100 feet. It will try to sidetrack
It and go deeper.
Pcflnerles Iocated at:
Okmulgee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla,
Cushlng, Okla.
Pnnca City, Okla.
GainesTllIc, Teiaa,
Phone 7020
J. T. ItnjST
Phone KM
Tula
8L B. CORCORAN
514- KENNEDY BLDG;PKONE"5673
I ryJctraft nji 7? o in id any )1
Tulsaf CHICAGO ( Kansais.City
VVI MAKhl l 1 ntiit.lS M DUKIV.MIVK
PHONE 4522
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
f"'o. CVI.cri.
Ardmore Producing & Refining Company
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS
llenibMrnriers: Anion, re, ui.U ll. f i, , r S. u iu,n. qi,,
MIDCO OIL SALES CO.
MM.,, Oil ,,M hiKi, .'.,., ,... Uilcago
PRODUCLRS, REFINERS, MARKETERS
THE AKIN CASOLINE COMPANY
Manufacturer! and Marketers of High Gravity Casing,
head Gasoline
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lulsa, Okla. Marietta, Ohio.
Roxana Petroleum Co.
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS
TULSA .
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roP-NOTCH" OILS
I IIULINIX REFINING COMPANY
TULSA,
Producers & Refiners' Corporation
Successors to ,
Economy Oil and Refining Company
J. F. CAMPION OILS
PHOMPT
301 DANIEL BLDG.
American Oil &
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SINCLAIR REFINING CO.
rnKULtUM PRODUCTS
TTI.HA, OK!,..
SIS Wnclalr llldg.
Consumers Refining Company
REFINERIES AT CUSHING
Sales Office, 76 West
COSDEN & COMPANY,
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Tulsa, Oklahoma
SOUTHERN OIL
Petroleum Products
REFINERY YALE, OKLA.
ANDERSON & GUSTAFSON
CHICAGO, H.t
Petroleum Products
TTLHA. OKLA.
PITTNUriUill. PA.
INDIAHOMA
Kefineries at Okmulgee, Okla.; East St. Louis, IH.
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Lake Park Refining Comoanv
General Sales Office, Rialto
ieuneries ai unmuigee, fonca titjr, Cushinf
and Jennings, Oklahoma '
Union Petroleum Company
EXPORTERS AND MARKETERS
Tulsa Office Phone 4409
Constantin
Kennedy
11. . BARBER AGENCY CO.
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MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
Riverside Western Oil Company
MARATHON GASOLINE
Seventh Floor Wright Bldg. Tulsa, Oklahoma
Great American Refining Co.
Petroleum 1 roducb
Phone 482
MUSKOGEE
REFINING COMPANY
Muskogee, Oklahoma
The Okmulgee
Refining
Okmulgee,
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OKLA.
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PHONE 5S18
Tank Line Co.
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81. Louis. Tilrs Mal'l Bask Bla
NEW YOHK
PiO Ilroadway
' CHICAGO
Conway Bldg.
Monro Street, Chic
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CORPORATION
1005 Callaia Bids.
Phone 1940
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ST. IiOI'IH, MO. CLEVELAND, O.
REFINING CO,
Bldg., Kansas City, Missouri.
Refining Co.
Building
Phone 6020
Phono OMngo 2925
Sunland Oil Company
PETUOLPCM PKOIHCTS
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Kcfmcry, Jennings, Okla.
419., 14 New Wright Bldg.
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Producing and
Company
Oklahoma

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