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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 191$
11
ft
IN THE OIL FIELDS
Office: 6241
W. H. PECK
Residence: 2442
Oil. MARKET QUOTATIONS
2 25 Princeton ...
' ' ! . 2 - t lutji.ri't . . .
3 2S Kairlinil
2 2' lllmoia
2 J3I Ha HMlnfWjr) 1 5
4 'o Graia Crk ..
; J II ij M'nidj . . 1 40
.2 TJ I ball Cratk .. I 60
y .i-lr. .
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fmiJa
IV.n
forni"
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J SH
9 an
: 5h
2 r)
1
'i 60
2 t2
2 2
2
'if Minis iiiiil linn can f .t ire out
Hi"! Imw good t r i . ; r- n,i cli.t.se In. 11
limy li' a fhiki tlie Cyi'sy n'ij-
I arc nut in .ill niiiriiisti.'.
1: is i r.ii r . i ir to note that W.
ii. !-' k i 1 1 vim niri'li,iHi'il iin offset
fur M,.IIH0. Wllicll IN iloul'ttfSH till'
lnwt I'lircll.irc i i. Ii' iimt tllele, like
all tin' stuff ill, ii in ..,l. Is k,. h'.Kh
'Ml account nf ilii' big well mill tlilH
ii true with v . i ; ! 1 1 1 . that ih sold
over there. Winn II, V. l-'iHti-r nmi
iiHsii.i.itts f.iu.t fjiin.unu fur liiU
I
.Voir the War Is Over. j
.u til it Ihe arinlHtice h:i been ,
I the power or oermiiny ,
t rulo'ii it 1st lime, ui.'ii mi;
w.iM left absolutely alone
... n .".it its own destiny.
.i.Miu'Mt uttrflin'od to Mr.
,,i.. given on thin p.iKe I"1
rti:i(f " wav l''ru,t ' 'ar
,.1; I.UMIleKS ih conccrui"!
acre,,
throe
count
l-Mliy
It .!
direct
"f vcm
( I: ; li.jri .
fi
ll .H'liiiiit uf h. iv in.;
.mil nut on in'
lc.il Mtructure aii tin
ill ll.lrt NtMed.
l. l"i'
.in I
T:."
Mi A I
dune niil
lift ulonc
it In en
and that
is the time or at least
ten
;i-r
in Ii .i :"' piftii'iilar business
.i. .i I. ii 't profiteered to the ex-
.,. uf U HUH
Tit !-- I '" "
qi.ii k
r t,.'.i ti. i'
. ....n .is tie. ice icrrim nave i.ecii
r,'.,.,i uj.nn a nil the sooner the bet-
fi r ;il' cuncertn'o. I uere is no
,tHU'"'' I" li."'"i ,l f"" 1 '" in"
fhmi' i' of "'I bu-din anil it
fiin'i'.l I'" f'"l"V"'',l upon- I'V vfiy
man'liJV'i'K intfi est of Tulsa at
li'iaf.
Fast Work in Pipe
line Construction.
Th'- ; p.-v nit roiiip.niy, liavinK
nurohasi I Hi'1 K"ol 1 arr in
,7-27- wilii !" 'll. at Naturrliiy'K
lilf i'f I'i" i hi- "all stuff, unil lh
'iu!f l',l" l-lii roinpaiiy timi al
r,jy l.i nii'i layniK of n nix Inrh lint
,.tinn''tin with the main line from
Cimhitip i" ltiitlcr ooiiniy. Kaniia.
whioli :! he 17 iiitlfs in li'nwth and
will rnntiniip wi'Htward tu tht .Mer
nnc """I ' NfWklrk. a illstanim of
12 milm. li' i' hf Oypt-T has one
o( the Ix'l lnoklliK leMi'n In the
pool.
It irr'.iir.ly nu'.k work and o
(t U otiiv thru- ila.vn slme the pur
cba.Hi' w.i.i ni.i'.li' and nil preliminary
wurK i" I'. In" done al one and the
wme timi' Kii;!it-of-wiiy men ore
huuv .is tin' sunryorn pnn'eed with
the' urv. v. pipe is beiiiK unloaded
anil diteliinn m already Blurted.
The tnK ' il .s reported now an
maiiini? .rtwen 4.000 and 6.OH0
barrel hy the HypfV eompany, who
oiiRlit tti 'ii now. al'liouifh the scout
ivhn traverse that rountry are re
porting it :il S.OOO today. It U lo
ra'.M in the smilhwet corner of
he Is" and the other well in only
"DO fet a iv and In still making 200
larre!. nihcr drilling in that vl-
linity ha proiluced only ca, not
htivtng I'ei-n drilled to the lime.
These to wells may prove nhort
HvM. I'Ut then again they may hold
nn aii well as anything to be fmind
rniywher" ivliether In the IVirtles
vilie wnd or not. The iypy. hav
ln purrhnj"'! them, will he able to
make other ti-vts and do it with nn
idea of preserving a careful record
l "ii!.' I n-l Well.
m.i i of i lahoma t hut
Hi r s i rt.nl a well
it in Ilie ri.ijii-.iy iinrtil
I iiu'tlnr al lied
two on the I'lWh-
. i ml two or tlin-e
'ity ail'
1 1, sv .Ii
1ULSA
5 Machine & Tool Co.
E! (leneral Contract Ma-
Wi rhiie. Work. (J a a,
1. i.is.illne und Stem
w. Ktigino Civerhaullng.
p We have competent
I;, niechiinics for field
' tl work.
415 417 i:. 1st. I'liniK) T08B-3J8. I
, I
HOUSTON, FIBLE
AND COMPANY
of Kamai City, Ma.
MIMBEES NEW TOEK STOCK EI
CBA.V0E AND CHICAGO BOAjJB
or TRADB.
t'urlt. boidi. train aid rallsa.
Standard uil and aubaldiarj aKwka.
Niw York and Botlon curb. Libert?
Botdi bouibt aod told. Prial wiraa,
CHAS. D. CBOTRITBTT. Manaiar.
Ttlipaoca Oiaia 2408. 101 8. Boattfa,
Tulaa, Okla.
STRANDBERGl
McGREEVYS Co'
MEMF.ERS:
Nw York :".to Exchanga. i
ChlraRn Hoard of Trada.
New Orleans Cotton Kxcnanga. '
PR1TATE WIRES j
The fust
the writer
inHrlieil ov
of I'liltia I
l-ork w:lh
site .it t;irt
ti t M usko;i e.
I..lter il'l hen tile Cetlter of till'
"i I rul ul I v was est, I'd; f iled at Tlllml
K. M ItieM., who is now in Cali
fornia aii I in p.u tnet ship w .th
with II. '. Sni'iiir and the Sawyer
lii'os. ha. I a eireiilar nr liandlilll
illi!iHK IA erv liii.lv t I'l" llllll see
the "nil Weil' and I utile mi font lie-
cause tile i n, I. IS Ho, lid lie toll lllllCll
l'l"' K..e.l .v- te (Ills to Itet tieal'
lenoilih to Ihe Weil to see a ti t ll . OK .
j This well, ii.mi- I 'one. i i:.,y, li.nl
.'ciih.iI to ,c inttrily Inrgoiieii st rul
, no one up to tio-.v h i, ,,., n found
who knew .inyihtnir almut it, bill
Inilay Itnttii; over III" in ip with
Henry ilcii'a of tin- Ips I'll
cniiipaiiv. he pointed out a roupie
"f Wells nil I lie al1( now held I'V
the Jene-Marie, one af which lie
said wae .Inlle j ;' i us agn by a
newspiiiH-r man fonnetly uf New
kirk. Inn now of Wichita, whose
name Is Lincoln Mi Kinb y. and while
Mr. Mcilraw in not certain which of
Ihee two wells wis the .MeKinU'V
well, he thlitkn his binlher, J. J.
Mcilraw, inn nil all about n.
It l decidedly interiK'irn: as rilinw
Ing how luck Kis in the oil game,
an this well must have been within
n 'iiiiirtcr of a mile, or a little more,
"f the big wells causing m.i much
excitement over there in the .Mer
vlni' pool. ft npfiears that on ac
count of the r Jil l y t'-s .1. .1. Mr
'raw hnn kept alive tin- lease held
by the lilamnnd 1 1 company in
which he is interested along with
K. W. Marland, (Svurge Mnier and
perhaps Home otlnre. and in fact
drilled a test himself muiic year's
aeo on this same farm, but none
"f them were ever drilled below
l.fi'll) feet.
Iat week the I'iamon l Oil com
pany 'completed No. :' on the farm
referred to, which started at l.Miu
barrels, and No. ?. Is nuw completed
and In good for kn barrels Thin is
a went offset to the .Lias-Marie nn
the tame farm where the rurly drill
ing wils done und which is still mak
ing fiO barrels.
This pool does not look as though
It were going to be a location wide
and runs from the northwest to the
southwest with the bist production
nt the center of la-L'7-3. For In
stance the Curler Oil company h.in a
well. No. 2 Mays Just completed 1n
tlie same section, where the ton of
sand shows at 3. "37. which In 22
feet deeper than ihe No. 1 on the
same farm. However, the Iilamond
oil company has made a location
for the No. 4 wst of the No. 2
which Is sllll making 1.S0O barrels
itvtrad of going north.
The ;yisy nl company appears
to be Inside Ihe btg stuff and Is
drilling at 1.740 feet In the No. 1
Kckley which well Is located In the
northeast corner of the southwest
of 15. and 1s drilling No. 2 at 2.600.
located in the s"utheust corner of
the north huif of the ivmthwcst of
the same section.
Of course, with all the gamble
that coin with the oil game, nny
old thing is likely to happen, hut
certain this man .McKinley came
i near being the hero of a wonderful
! yool whether th's well drilled by
, him was the well referred to in the
Irculars or not. li s well is said to
1 have shown for gas only, whereas
the circulars that invited' to come
nver to the" big doings d. scribes an
oil well.
V. Itojnolds In Town.
i K. lleynolds. who owns most of
the land In the town Vt Leonard, Is
In the city and It is the f:rst time
j In several months that he hss been
' iirrmnil Ihe lobhv. White In Ielrnlt
this summer th" writer ran across
' by accident a great friend of Mr.
i Reynolds' who Is a prominent Iron
I manufacturer apd who comes ocras- I
ionnllv to TiiImi to visit M Heyimlds i
town of Leonard named after him
and modestly t.aid, "Vuu see what lit
friend did to nie when he named
ii towr. after tue and snme of these,
days 1 a:rt going to mart something
there so that town will be big
enough to annex Tulsa "
Mi'Adno PcMfclmlsilc.
The (haoiic condition uf world fl- ;
nance makes It ncccsMury for Amerl-j
can people to prermre for further
heavy taxation and bond Issue, Sec-,
retarv Mi'Ailnn warned today.
"We do not know exactly where!
we stand." said he. "We know there.
: are hundreds ,,f millions yet which
the war department must spend, hut
'we don't know bow long the heavy I
burden wiH last of this much we ',
are nut aj. that there must be more
Liberty loans and there must be hi
long season for heavy taxes,- IloilH
l ton 1'lble A- Co.
Dalo Shu f for In Town,
t '! Shaffer arrived in Tills yen
terduv arid while here held a con
ference with ll. A. Clifford, produc
tion man for the Barbara Oil pom-
I i'iu'j. won ii in iiit ntliiie in inn fotli-
ii-r concern that operates In the noulh
end lie state, that the line con
necting the Itarbara oil company's
production with the refinery at Punn
ing is making (rood headway and
that better than .1u miles had been
laid. There remitins but eighteen
inlli'M to lie connected up.
Missed Ills C'oniarctJona.
V.. '.. Shock, who came all the way
from New York to meet the reDnersi
at their meeting Monday, nilrwrl his
contiei'iinii at St. lxjiiis In the most
gr.iMitiiiir manner. Mr Shock hied
traveled night anil day without even j
; a berth to sleep in at night, and then
;w.ij held up twentv-rive minutes at
I Kust St. Louis while nil the west
I hound trains were leaving. We was
I nut only diHippolnted, but so were
I the refiners.
It Warns n Double Celebration.
It. I".. Fuller, who cleaned up a
fortune In the rushing field, wires
that h" would like exceedingly well
to celebrate the armistice and puts
It thus'v: "Wish we could all cele
brate event together. Peace coming
after event of Nov. 5th. It make us
all Jubilant."
The above came In ft wire to his
friend V. V.. Magee, of the Union
National Rank.
I. V. Mofflt Vtmlng.
T. W. Mofflt. who has been 111
since August i nt his home In Wich
ita. Is expected here Bometlme this
week for a visit. He will he sure of
a warm welcome as there has been
no man wh" hag accomplished more
than Mr. Mofflt for the upbuilding
of the oil Industry.
In the 0age.
The HvpHV Oil company lest on
the Logiui In 24-24-8 is drilling at
2.0.10 feet.
The same company's test on the
nighenrt In 5-2f.-10 la drilling at
1,716 feet.
IMTLKK POI NTY. KAV. The
Empire fi.is & Fuel Co. No. 67 in
the east half of the southwest of 2--26-4
on the P. Pankon farm is good
for 400 barrels. This company s
well No. 49 on the Peder Pankon
In the east half of the northeast of
2-26-4 Is good for R70 barrels. No.
8 on the east half of the southeast
of 3-21-4 on the J. L. Shrlver farm Is
good for 140 barrels. No. 10 on the
Shrlver farm In the southwest of
the southeast of 3-26-4 Is a 90-tiar-rel
well. No. 7 Is gom for ISO bar
rels and No. 2 on the same farm Is
flowing 30 barrels daily.
The t'nele Sam Oil company No. 1
on the W. ll. Turner farm In Ihe
north half of the northwest of 10-26-4
is good for 140 barrels.
NOWATA OM'NTY The Ohio
Cities has a 1.1-barrel well In No
Ti T J. Theruton In the north half
northeast of southwest of the south
west of Ihe northeast of the south
west of 33-26-1 a,
rtie Western development com
panv No. 2 W. Sanders In the east
half of the southeast of 11-25-11 Is
good for ten barrels.
The Commercial National Hunk of
Nowata No. 2 In the west half of
the northwest of 30-26-15 l good
for 20 barrels This e"mpnny's No
2 on the Wilklns in Pa:nter. north
half of the northwest of .10-26-13 is
good for 20 barrels.
IC. K. Rider, agent, rfo of the
Theodore Kn'schlnnkl farm In the
north half of the northwest of 20-26-1."
Is good for 20 barrels.
He ha.; the honor of tiavng tjie
Stocks-Grain-Cotton
Liberty Itonds Bought and Sold
CEOliGK L. KSK, Managar
Phone 7200
Ml East Third Street t Hotel Tulsa)
OCEANS of STORAGE
ROOM at NICHOLS
New lU IVFORCrD COXCRKTE
I'lKl PROOF KTORAtiK
ill ST COMPLETED
Prlvata lookers for household
rnods Iatrgest padded Auto
Vans W moving In city and conn
try towns. Professional packers
anil rrriter
NICHOLS TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
0mre II7-118-8TJ
Last Day
Today
Rexall
lc Sale
VOI XUSTOWN POOIr The Pro
diners and Refiners corporation is
drilling nt l.Tnn feet in its No.
'4 Sewall farm In the north
east of 2-13-11. The same company
is spudding Nn 5 Pewell In the same
section. The rig !. up for No. 8 on
the same farm in the southeast cor
ner of the west half of the northeast
of 2-1.1-11
The producers and Refiners oorpo-1
ration Is putting In Ihe C inch and
packing on the Eliza Johnson in the,
southwest corner or me northeast or
50-13-12. This well is showing up
fine and his made several flows.
nfjf l fir
tMm V
Stncv - Adams
Shoes
After all it's only a
matter of getting the
style you like at
this store.
You don't have to
worry about the
quality, fit, wear or
value
Those things are all
guaranteed to sat
isfy you.
Money back if they
don't.
Wright Clothing Co.
Home of Hart Schaffner
& Marx
Copyrliht 191 8 Hart StharfucT t Marx
shot hns accomplished for him. It
is unusual to shoot wolla In that
vicinity.
STEPHEN'S COI NTV The Texas
and tlrant well In Stephens county
is making 3,000,000 of gun at 2, 000
feet.
The Iyine Star Cook well In 64-15
is good for 2,000,000 feet of gaa and
I 50 barrels of oil.
WEST OF ORMIWiKK-The
flypsy Oil company la drilling at
1.000 feet on the Star farm In 17-13-12
and haa a location for No 2
The same people are drilling No. 4
Cable In 36-14-11 at 1.720 feet.
PKFMRK.HT The Cosden Oil &
Haa Co. has timbers on the ground
for a test In the southeast of the
southwest of the southeast of 81-17-15.
AT YALE. The (Jypsy Oil com
pany'a No. f. Jones, 7-19-16, Is drill
ing at 2,850 feet and Is thus Hearing
the sand.
NORTH OF YALE- The C.ypsy
Oil company test nn the Running
Fox In 5-19-5 Is drilling at 1,320 feet
AT XEWKIKK. The flypsy Oil
company m test on ihe (iorman in -
27-3 Is drilling In section 1716.
t
Perttonals.
1
t
i . 4
Aldrlch P.lake, oil broker from
Muskogee, spent yesterday in Tulsa.
W. M. Oraham, who has been con
fined to his room In Hotel Tulsa
with a heavy cold, Is out again.
I.eon Thevenln of the Continental
Refining company of P.rlstow is In
Tulsa looking after his many business
Interests here.
Al Ryan, a prominent oil merchant
of St. Louis and a brother of fncle
Hen Ryan, ha been in the city sev
eral days on business.
W. K Disney, lawver and nil man
of Muskogee, was In Tul.sn yesterday.
Mr Disney, who was formerly county
attorney of his county. Is in this sec
tion looking after a big oil ult In
Sajiulpa.
WORLD-WIDE DRY SESSION
TO BE HELD AT COLUMBUS
COLC.MIUS, Ohio. Nov. 12
World peace did not come soon
enough to permit European nations
to be generally represented at the
conference of dry leaders for, world
wide prohibition, which convenes
here November 19 fur four days ses
sion. However, It wiu announced
that repte sentatf yea from France.
England, Switzerland and South
America now are on the way.
The program of speakers Include:
Secretaries Daniels or trio navy and
ldine of the Interior; Governor Rye
of Tennessee; Senator-Elect Capper
of Kaiutas, and William Jennings
Hryan.
National prohibition leaders say
the l ulled States will be dry by next
June. They sy recent elections In
sure ratification of the federal pro
hibition amendment by 38 atatei,
two more than is necessary.
Pyrotechnic Plana Propped.
HT. lH'IS. Nov. 12. M. Single
ton, district chief of the ordnance
bureau, announced today that plana
would he dropped for two pyrotech
nic plants, ono nt Fort Smith. Ark..
and the other at Oklahoma City.
NORTHCLIFFE QUITS POST
ON PROPAGANDA MINISTRY
l.oVfiOV, Nov, 12 Urd North
cilffe has resigned from the inlntairy
of propaganda.
Lord Nonhcllffe, who U'the fore
most newspaper publisher In Ureal
Uritaln, wiut appointed to the post
of director of propaganda In enemy
countries early In February, 1I7
In addition to this office he la alto
chairman of the lxindon headquart
ers of the Ornish mission to the
United States.
No More OffliiTN Wanted.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1 2. Orders
went out today to the heads of all
military departments to discontinue
at once the acceptance of applica
tions for ml mission to the central
oftieeis' training camps. No decla
im! bus been reuehed regarding the
elsMiea now In progress at theae
ramps, but It was Intimated here (hat
the students would be permitted to
complete the course.
Ambassador Naon Quits.
WASHINGTON Nov. 11. Romulo
S. Naon, ambassador from Argentina,
haa forwarded his resignation to
President Irlgoyen.
MONEY TO LOAN
Ii lend .,
Preferred
private funds of clients
Bond security, Khort terms
SAM'L A. BOORSTIN
'13 Wright Uldg.
HOPI-: ENGINEERING &
SUPPLY CO.
R'norts nn Gasoline Planta
'.as Properwis.
ihysiral Tests Made
-oiMru.-tlon and Designing
Engineers
Phone 7240
DR. 8TOTT8
TREATS
BLOOD an.1
lain Dlaaaaaa,
Obstruction.
Prontatlc
Trouble.
Pilea aod
riitula.
Kidney. Blad
der and Urin
ary Uiaaaaai.
Rbenmat 1 a m.
Votnacn and
Uer Oiaor-ten.
rormailf Fractions; Phyaielaa of Hoi
Spnnga, Ark.
Conanltatton and
adrtea
FREE
CHAHOfS LOV MKniriXK.a FCR
MMir.n. KHIMN AMI VAC!
CISK." AliMIMsl'KHKD.
(American 8larnani ''S06. '
Arnenulieiiil and Dlarscnol
For Blood Poison
Tloura: 0 a. m. to 5.30 p. m.;
4i;i: 8 13 Turiiiar aaii balurdaf
tveninca. i to a p m.
DR. STOTTS
Specialist
nt'tiarj lllilg.. Thirl
Boalon Ale. Tuiaa.
Srre.l
Okla
aaJ
l THE OS(iE. Carter and
Graham's No. i in 6-2 1-10 is mud-
line off cis a! l.lfto. The well
is showing for about 2 million feet.
No. K in the same section Is dril
ling ' sdO f"t and No. 7 spudding.
Carter and Graham have moved
riir No 2 in 'he northeast quarter
..f fi-21-l'i and wl'.l he drilling In a
day "i two. No 4. which Is one
location cur nf No. 3 offsetting Car
ter A: 'iraharn's No. 7 ia a rig
le.lll.illlg.
lltWKIIN COIVTV. KA.
Fishman A- liwestin. No .i Greh
in -he sivithiast of the sou'heast of
.s. 16-21 in dry.
1'me-so'i Carev and otlurs No. 1
1 1. A- K Adams In the west half
,,f Me northwest of 20-16-21 Is dry.
1 1 ! ii rt and "'hers No. Ti on the
r.irh furni in 'he northeast of the
northeast of 6-17-21 is good for 3
barrels.
AT REGGS - Producers and Re.
ftners No. 1 lif-ckv Coleman In the
northeast of the southwest of 36-1 T.
11 is on Inn of the sand at 2 29a feet
aid .showing for two million feet of
cas. It also has s good hn-vinir of
oil. It Is shut down and connecting
up the tanks and expects to dilll In
this afternoon.
AT RROWNWOOI). TEXAS F.ur
ford A rtrlmm are underreaming to
et 'he ,6-lneh easing nt 2.130 feet
in their 'rt 27 miles south of Itrown.
wood.
The Eastern Oil company Is shut
down waiting on a mas' at 1,4 S
feet and Is on top of the lime on the
Ilurford prlmrti block of acreage.
SOtTff OF STONEHU FF. - R G
Gnhle Is putting his well No t
Townsend, 3T 15-16. on the pump
and wilt coon be able to sec what a
OIL AND GAS
Lsaaaa, lappllaa lto4acIaa, Its.
I have about 2.400 feet of six-Inch
rasing which I would be willing to
put Into a good drilling operation on
shares. If you have some good !
leases that you contemplate drill-
Ing, let me hear from you. Address, .
gl ing full description of base. A-21, '
care Tulsa World. Adv. '
For Sale
Twenty-three barrels daily pro-I
duction, settled, five wells, one nun-
dred und twenty acres No brokers.'
Address liox CC, Wellsvllle. Kan. I
Adv. j
Wan nil.
Contract to drill nil wi Ms. produc
ing property .referred Standard
tools, experienced, careful drillers.
Standard Prilling Company, Hox
1 S 26.
We are 1n the market for proven
li.iim m nil o ro.l t icl I on Snloolt t,io.
. ....... ...... i ,
posals with fu'l piirticiilrs of io-
cation, condition, price and terms j
Arnico Oil i-orr,tmv "f Ka.nsas, 3-6 i
Iowa Ituildir.g. Tulsa Adv. j
For Sale Otic 2 -horsepower, sec
ondhand boiler: cheap if taken at
once. C. 1 1. Pruldy. 4 1.1 Iwnlei bldg.
Wanted S-Inch bits. 4 ' Joints. '
Address P. O. liox .'l'., (.'laremore.
Adv. i
Notice to High S hon adcls. !
Report at once to Ixe Ievcrlng.
tailors and furnishers. Tulwa Hotel
building. 115 East Third street, for!
measurement for military uniforms
EMPIRE
Refineries Ixxaicd at:
Okmulgee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Cushlng, Okla,
Pom ("Ity, Okla.
UalnrsTlllo. Texa,
REFINERIES. INC.
Salon OffliTv Phone T0, 32a Tnlty llldg, Tulsa.
BRADFORD RIG & REEL COMPANY
SOU Cosden Bldg. Plioni-s Offlu- H7IH; Shop 0ao
RIG IRONS, SAND ItKMI-M, CALF-WHEEL ol.'TFITH AND
WOODWORK
SOLD Til HOI (.11 M'PPLV STORIIK
The Kansas City Refining Company
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
In the Market for High-Grade Crude at All Timet
Harry W. Jones, Pres. Albert It Jones. Vlce-pree.
K. W. Ooehel. See -Trias -.Mgr "
Continental Refining Go:
Producers and Refiner of Petroleum Products
Briitow, Okla.
A. A. Kollostono. Pres. Ion Tlievcnln, Vlco-Prca. and fjen. Mgr.
MIDLAND REFINING COMPANY
Eldorado. Kansas
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS
Oklahoma Petroleum & Gasoline Co.
Manufacturers of rafllnghead, straight run and blended gasolines,
napthaa and fuel oil. Always In the market for blending material
Kennedy Bldg. Phone 7020
Commerce Petroleum Co.
Chicago Tulsa Ku Lonle
Marketers of Petroleum Prodncta, Operating Our Owu Cars.
1003-04 Daniel Hide- Tulsa, Okla,
IMPERIAL REFINING CO.
lxK-atcd at Anlmore
Producer and Refiners (r llculdton Crude, lllgh-nrado Oiiaollnea,
Napluhaa, KcroM-nr, Dl.stlllaics, (ins Oil, I'nel oil and Road OU
tiencral Offices and Sales Of f hi
SIMPSON liLlLOINt.ARMMOltE. OKLAHOMA
ANDERSON 8c CiUSTAFSON
TTT.SA. OKLA.
PITTSBL'RfiH, PA.
CHIC AGO, ILL.
Petroleum Products
Kan I-ancisxv Cal.
NEW YORK. N. Y.
KT. IS. Mt.
PHONE 7100
KANSAS CITY, MO.
CLEJ EI.A.ND, O.
SI4- KENNEDY BLDG.-PHONE 5673
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ITIB7-TS
Tulsei CHICAGO Kansas City
Get Them HLF1NISHLD Like New
Ilrass Reds, I'liandellcra, Auto Trimming. Hilverware, Surgical and
Denial Instruments.
Plating, Poliihing- and Lacquering
304 West Firm Kirw-t All Mcinl I'hone SI20
OKLAHOMA PLATING WORKS
WK MARKLT IiVERY PFTItOLFX'M DERIVATIVE
PHONE 4522
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
C. H. A.
On. C. Arhera, Itcslilenl Manaa-ar.
MIDCO OIL SALES GO.
.,., Conway m., Chicago
PRODUCERS, REFINERS, MARKETERS
THE AKIN GASOLINE COMPANY
Manufacturer, and Marketers of High Gravity Casing,
head Gasoline
mncbMmf National Bank Bid. People, nanklng Tract BWa.
Tulsa, Okla. Marietta, Ohio.
Roxana Petroleum Co.
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS
TULSA
OKLA.
"TOP-NOTCH" OILS
PHOENIX REFINING COMPANY
TULSA, OKLA.
Producers & Refiners' Corporation
Successors te
Economy Oil and Refining Company
J. F. CAMPION OILS
PROMPT SKRVIC&W
ftO7-SnN.a.o0 COKDEN HIJKJ.
rnotvB salt
American Oil Sc Tank Line Co.
aM aa4a .a M I a
,a.a5r.tfJ-,M '''. TPS .'m
St. Paal. SO Vaailalia !.
i Laata. TVIra gaH Beak BU
SINCLAIR REFINING CO.
rbiKULLUM PRODUCTS )
XVIAK, OKI A NEW TORS
115 KlocJalr Bldg. no Broaaramy
CHICAGO
Cob way Bids,
Consumers Refining Company
KLrlrtfcKIES AT CUSHING
Sales Office. 76 West Monroe Street, Chicago
COSDEN & COMPANY
HIGH-GRADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Tulsa, Oklahoma
SOUTHERN OIL CORPORATION
Petroleum Products 1005 Catlais Bldg.
REFINERYYALE, OKLA. Phone 1940
j. n. iiyax
Kansas Cllr
Cblcaco
HARRY BIJ.L
J. V. RILEY
rbone SftlO
Tola
A. R. COnCORAJf
lblDlAHOMA REFINING CO.
Refineries at Okmulgee, Okla-j East St Louis, I1L
iiuiA uiriLK as-ajos OaUiAIl BUILD L!fO
ST. LOL'18 OFt'ICK, FEDERAL REhlCRVE BAJfK BLDQ.
Lake Park Refining Company
Ceneral Sales Office, Rialto Bldg., Kansas City, Missouri
Refineries at Okmulgee, Ponca City, Cushbg
and Jennings, Oklahoma
Union Petroleum Company
Refiners, Exporters and Marketers
Tulsn of Hit: CVwden llldg.
Phone 4400
Constantin Refining Co.
Kennedy Building
Phone 6020
Phono Osage 1015
I Sunland Oil Company
F PETHOLECM PRODfCTB
Rooms 101-101-103 World Bldg.
j 111 front Ii Moulder St. Tulaa, Okla.
It7. . BARBER AGENCY CO.
We are always In the market for petroleum products In our own of
teller's tank care. Quota I Ions aolleltrd nn high grarlljr, caalngliemd
and blended gaaullne In our own thermos cars,
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Riverside Western Oil Company
MARATHON GASOLINE
PHONE MHO
Great American Refining Co.
Pen-oleum Products Kefincry, Jtnninjfs, Okla.
Phone 8360 419-14 New Wright Bldg.
MUSKOGEE
REFINING COMPANY
Muskogee, Oklahoma
NAPHTHA
KEROSENE
(AN OIL
El EL OIL
H I1RICATTVO OTL
PAR AKEIN'K WAX
GASOLINE
Tret-o-Lite Saves Waste Oil
500 Mayo Bldg. Phone 5624
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