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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1918.
11 IN THE OIL FIELDS Office: 6241 W. H. PECK OIL MARKET QUOTATIONS. ., I Ok - 2 I forlh 1 " ... 1 4 s South Lima . . 1 . 2 III 2 5K 2 1 2 42 2 Mi 2 42 s v 1 AS 1 US 1 50 1 Ml . ill). D'k;. 2 2'. Uoo.l.r 1 30 Indiana 2 2S Prinrcuie .... 2 2M Hotnfr.n .... 2 i lUi md 2 25 ! Illinoia 2 'J 1 I I'ana-lft 2 2.1 1 Klk IUirW Wy) 4 00 I Graiia l'r"k .. 2 85 Hig Muuiiy . . .2 77 1 ball Creak . . -Id . . -!r . II ,, Make It Worse? ( stiickliriikcrx nrn seni or (lope to the effect tliit x,., ficMs will troiliiri. ;i"0. ,r of nil in JiK tunc Thw In' nil", a n 1 1 thru U'-Min it . .! It will l.iko a lot of ilrill i i ,:i ihe .ril nction up to half ,: ..mi aiul in tho iinintinm liavl-m- a mlKhly I'.i'l 'f. ;i He fir-it plan-. there Ik no in. ike a rlollur drlllini? in .,. , rlnff ill Texas unless nil :..,';: i' piTMont futures, or in '.'.' :m iniii-.' If ii roror.l were , f tin- exact co.xt of all t Iio dry i , inir ilnllrd in Tcxn there i I. an imtun inning array f , ;vit has literacy lcen UisnI- n ilispununnrnt to thn ;. I a I thsit ami It w ill likely tli.u lufurc another yrnr 'l It HiipplylnK a lot of oil. , :nn of itiiiIo i'l be iH'i'iKJ . ,ri nf the iiftcr-thc-wiir do. I'ln American people art- not ,. .'iiiM-rw Kii.mline when the .... marchine hump, ami for , . . , 1 1 . incstlniatile. , I : . - T. Two Itv Holes lit tho Rurmw Pool. Tilth- I- ,-ire IW'o wens juni riin en ,s pi.nl at liarher that np 1 1. f.illurPH. us both are, be- K-ir ,.V ir. v llTI.il ,1.11 ,.. s-md depth, tint of courne run into (tomnhitiK ly deeper m imp is thp Auhyne corn 's in tlip northeast of K.- .it:. I tho othpr is KurlniiKh and others ... Ihe Kline uuarter spction. hc Sun t'niMiny Artlvp. The Sun company which is operat- rx a l.irre hhliihuildulK plant at ''hosier I'a . tms launched the 'iirif.-l 1 UK11 rarryinK ship ever i live tn W ichita to keep an pye on tho !ni;!t it li.i i n K t'Pen of lH.f.OO tons property hut has a warm upot in his ,a'ii. itv Thei-p rp nix ways nt the heart for Tulsa, and well he may. he , .1,1 'in.l a irood ilpal of spacft Is bo cause, he is one of the practical nil ins i''iil"C' bv tank ships for not use tint for other The Sun company (lieu' own n. le .is well lost two tatlK cmps I'J o" l'"i' ine tne i In nkliihnm.il the Tw in Plate hih is ihe producing end or ine Sun company Is very uctivp these "O' se for lof the ,.,is It is bulldlPB a rip .'t in the sniitheiust corner In rt half i t 'he soutnwesi or ,in- i 14-11 m ar the lilp ni'n on company i nrerertv. It nas also compieieo ,o. 14 Hart firm 4-14-14 south nf the H.il.l Hill fodd 4'nl h is a DO-barrcl The Twin Stale is ripping up S.i 4 en the West farm, also in 4 for 14- TR ANDBERG McGREEVY&Co MRMF.ERS: ' Yprk nto ExchanB. Chicago Hoard of Trade. New Orleans Cotton Exchange. PRIVATE WIRES Stocks-Grain-Cotton Liberty Bonds Hoaplit and Sold OtoKUU: L. KVSlilt. Manager Phone 7200 i East Third Street (Hotel Tulsa) OCEANS of STORAGE ROOM at NICHOLS New RHNFOnCKD CONCniTTE I'lltKI'ltOUF STOKAGE JVST COMPLETKD TrlvsK lockers for household enods largest padded Auto Van for moving In city and coun try towns Professional packers srd craters. NICHOLS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Phones rKngfi 1IT-II8-A7S MONEY TO LOAN Have peine private Tunrts of clients tn !nd on pood security, short terms f..-cfrrc' SAM L A. BOORSTIN U3 Wright Illds. HOPE ENGINEERING & SUFPLY CO. Knnrts on fiasoline Tlanti lias I'ropitiee Physical Tests Made Construction and Designing Engineers Phone 7240 DR. JTOTTS TREATS BLOOD and Sk'.n Dlsemj, Obrtroctiosi, Proilxllo TroubUs. Piles and Flxtnla, lUdnay, Blad der and Urin ary DiMa. Ktianmat i m. Stomach and Ller Dljor- I ,' r r3rit;lT PractiMn PhTCn of Hot Springs. Ark. Cot:viit1inntn4 Ml-, FREE uii'vi:!? . An. . , m. ... ir.wn i.c. run 'K,a SK"'S A Nil VAO ' 'NKP A lM I IsfTKIt ED, 'An.,r.nn Salraaa) eoa." TM nobi-nwrt nml Plarscnol For Blood Poison 4,""'"'o: ,2 J7I lo 5:30 p- : , .-. 9 2 ; Tneaday and balurdar iiii 7 lo & p. tn i DR. STOTTS Specialist " -vaM Bidt.. Third Slrn an I . Jionon Ate.. Tola, (ill. Residence: 2442 1 4 . is rinlllnR nt firm In 20-12-1 J lilt' Ii-,im. r is Nn. 10 llrfiwn I." 1.500 nn the Klxlro n hclnir Nn. 1 1 fur iiiMi rlKKiiie up fr 1 1! U ami In ilrill- Ini; lit l.l'-O in 111- No. l'i II. .no 1 l-1'.i i Ttio Twin State Is :Vln drllliliir In ; Ii ri -i in; wildcat li---. 'n linrwn , county local, d in I I 3-"n und is now down In l.4ti:, feci. .1. KdKar I'fw. who Ik in char hp of rlrillini; uprritl inn in the west hurt ' tucn in TuKi f.r a few dayx hut hiui ' left ai'aln for Pallas where the coni I l-inv makPH lii'.nliiiarti rn for Tex. is drilling. ! 2tOO-ltarrel Well In Garbtr. ' The i 'arliT-Sniithw.'Siei-Ti in 13-lS-3 drilled in their No. 17 well on the Plvi'ley farm ychU-nt.i afternoon I llhoiit fnlir n rllirk. i They tiMichi.il ihe tup of the sand at 2 I'M and the well immediately hean flnwinn and at o'clock w;m j iniikinn at the rale ,,f ;.,Mi0 liar rcla a day. It is steadily dnliini; I Its. If in a 2,01 s n.ind apparemly the rteln K.ind In which the onden well, one. half mile nor' h i- producinR, at 2.ll2.ri fe. t. Thin well was dnlled hv the r'dary in 3t da" tn I von f t . at which point ruble tool.s were innialled In hope of Kettitur oil ill Ihe l.ST.O foot sand, the sand in which the koiiUi iindjan nffetM were prndiiru'C Thl sand, howeyer, wan dry. and uier j twenty ilas of deeper ilrillm ihe uh'ive uratifv inu ren'ilts have been I obtained. Thw is the blKKest well ever drilled in the llarber field hv 2.000 barrel, where the many varryini? dinil depthn-- about .even io far have made drilling a very excitins pafttime. Thin well will utiniulHtp deep drill inc. II. V.. Wchh In Town. II i;. Webb, who Is ussomated with I W. It. of iileail, N. V., in pro dtiotinn in Puller county and in I Texas, Is In t tip. city and Is cntrr ! tain inK his brblher-in-law. Lieut. (.'. '. ikiilpy, who Is home from Camp Jaeson, s. C, on a ten das' leave n fib.scnee. Mr. Webb Is nhllRPd to men on J before bpcominp u.-isociated with Mr. Pace was worklnp "under the beam" as a driller and a good one at that. It Bin's to allow ttiat a man who w,,i ks for a lu ll) can always take advnniaKO nf circumstances and pet into the Paine on his own account if into the Paine on his own account ir ! he has the necessary ambition and 1.4 th(. ,,v,, . Tankora to Itc lU-lliniiHl. NKW YOHK. Nov. 11 - Within a .1,..., ....... 1. n .....L.,..u n,l,l,.U commandeerpd -by the povernment durinp Hip war will be returned to the ..wninp conipanles. The return 1 i..f :l.es.. .eet Mi K pnnelr.ll ..d , vantapeous to those companies oiier- aunp in .Mexico. i ne uemaini tor i Mpxican oil him been increasing and ! heretofore owing to the com mandeering of many tankers used in . thp shipment of Mexiran oil. shipping j facilities have teen inadequate. It is ; expected that w ith the return of the commandeered vessels to the Mexican i service shipments of oil from thrre will be largely increased. Houaton, I'iblo & Co. Thp Texas Company dpclared the usual quarterly dividend of -.i0 pep share, payable pecember 31, to sio k of record Pecember 2. Kegarding the ITexas Company right, holders jof record of ppoi'iiikr 30 have, .the right to .suhsefibe par to 113, I 875.000 new sinck in the ratio of one 'share of new fr each five sharps held. Subscriptions are payable, 50 per cent on or before February 3 and 50 per rent on or before May 1. Houston, Fihle & Co. lnt4'rostin(r Suit nt Sapulpn. Judge Hughes nf the district court I .ilpa is hearing a case which I involves title to the Lester and j Charles Keos land in 2X-17-7 In the i Pushing pool. II. I., (iraves of Oke- mah purchased this land In 1910 I from tho heirs. The Sinclair Oil & ' i (ias (,'n. ow ns the lease. There are j I parties who claim to be heirs of the i lease and have filed suit for n half ! Interest tn same. The town of Sa ; pulpa Is full of Indians as witnesses i In the cae. StanilanI Oil vn)panlo4 I'nrsprrrnis. The Standard oil of Ohio de ! dared the usual extra dividend of 111 In addition to the regular quar terly dividend of J1. payable Jan luary 1 to stock of reii'ord November 2:i. The Standard Oil of New Jersey J has declared a regular quarterly divi lilend nf J.I a share, paya'fe liecem I her 16, to stock of record of No vember 20 - Houston, Klhle Co. Important Tt nt Mounds. V.iUKhn. Wapuespack and Lam bert are preparing to drill In a test on the Jack Crlder tract In the southwest of 31-17-12 In the Mounds district. The tost is on top of the sand at 1.900 feet and Is showing up for a nice well. This is one of the most interesting tests drillert in tho ULSA Machine &TTool Co. Cieneral Contnhct Ma chine Work, (i as, iasoline und Steam F,ngine Overhauling Wo have competent mechanics for .field work. 415-417 i:. 1st. rhone TOHO-SJfl. HOUSTON.FIBLE AND COMPANY of Kanaaa City, Mo. MEMBERS NEW TORE STOCK EX CHANQE AND CUICA0O BOABO Or TRADE. Fterka, bonda, frain and eottea. standard Oil and aobaidiary atorka. Kfw Ycrk and Boaion curb Libariy Bonda boogbt and aold t'nal wiraa. CHA8. D. CBOTOIIETT, Mnar. Ttlrpbooa Oaaca 2408 30i S. Doaios. Tola. Okls .Mounds pin. I of late. It will be re nienibered that Ihe came parties drilled two tesi.s In the north of the above leiatinn and the I'os-.len tt, iv lias I'o drilled two direct offsets The formal ions m Ihe pew well are a 1 1 1 'K c 1 1 1 (T .liffelelit tri.ni Iho.e ell I countered in the ahi.ve four wells. I At 11 depth of ll.'.il tret a 1 .'.Oil III... foot KitHMrr wis fniiml and at a di'Iith of I H.'.n feet a sand was di covered thai pro. lin ed barrels , natural a day. i Toiinn; Totn.H. I .Inhn and .lames Crawford nnd Homer I'restnn are toiirniK Tex i.s i and will he on hand when the Moni tor Parker well wlui h is now diill inu at il. 26a is completed. As the i formations ire runnftit; it looks as thoiik'h the well Mow ! I be In about .Monday and the nil found at i. . '! 1 1 I feel. I'ralrle I 'I w l.lm Huns for OclnlsT. The I'rairio Pipe lane company re ports runs for Oeinber i.s total n 4 . It 7 .'. . H .'. .". Lin, or an averaKe daily run of J ..' 1 1 4S barrels. 4 IK M I 14.1 1 : 4 '4M!M,imNS The Tnhes I ill rompanv has a dry hole in. its No, 9 s lientie in Jfi-12-11 Sand wa.s found at 1.23r feet. V orheeH and McMunn'sNo C Haw kins in .16-12-11 is dry at 1.10 to 1,!S feet. The Iron MmmtAin Oil company No. r, p. Altrijan in 24 11-ti Is k-ood for 3.10 harroli m saml found from IMS to UlTi fet. Tho KinKwnod dl rompanv Nn. 3 Mary Viley In 29 1114 is Rood for 10 barrels from 1 I H 7 to 1.l!i.1 feet. The Test i hi company No. S Jef ferson in 2- II I I is (rood for 20 bar rels at I 710 fiet .1. A. s'tinsi.n and others havn a 10 (lOo.nOii cis well in No. I Hliint in 11-14 11 ill b .1.12 feet. 'kmulRee I'roilucixB licflnlnu Co. No 1.1 on Hiickahv is pood for aOO barrels in 2r I 4-1 1 at sand found from 2.1!7 to 2 22.1 feet. The Southwestern Oil Fields com pany No. 1 Kitty ljernmon la dry at 2,7ri feel. Tho fienruia retroleum company No. i W. Sheppard farm in 1-14-1! In pood for 50 barrels. The ltarbara (hi company Nn. 8 Stan Is (food for 600 barrels In Band found from 2,4111 to 2,4 2 4 feet The Oil Production company No. 12 J. Flint in 26-14-14 is pood for 20 harrela from 1.0H2 to 1.1 17 fpPt. Thp St. Anthony Oil Pompany No. 1 Itentie is abandoned at 1.410 feet. II F Wilcox haa a SO-barrel well in No. 1 Jason Prew in 16-16-11 Sand was found from 2.277 to 2.320 feet. The First Chnlre Oil pompany No. 1 Malone is pood for 25 barrels from 2.041 to 2 047 feet. The Tidal Oil pompany No. S MatthPws in 24-15-14 is good for 10 barrels Mercantile fill P.pfininjr Co. N'o. 2 Meaeher ha 20 'barrel from 1,060 to 1,0k feet lh 32-1.1-18. T" Attoml Tarr-ntH' Mtth AnnUrraary John H. Hartley. Mrs. Hartley anil their dauphter Siit-anne left for In dianapolis Inst tdphl, there to attend thp sixtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. Kadley's father and mother. Tne (M - nlorl idiey in 81 years old and his wife is "!. both Ounkers, and John Hartley stiys he can never rnm-mwi either parents anuresniiiK uiiyoi.o, .even so lowly as a dog or a tramp, the courteous "Ifee anil -" "thou," nronouns characteristic of William Pnn. There will he four sons and a daughter nt the celebration and many grandsons and daughters. Pespite the fact that Quakers have constitutional exemption from war service. Mr. Hartley said that several grandsons busy right now In Franc, would lie unable to nttpnd the cPle. ration. Nnhk OH Company Officials Here. P. P. Itohinson, vlce-presldpnt, and A. P. Jplley. secretary of tho Charles P. Noble oil companies, are In Tulsi conferring with Mr. Noble. The company has about 400 barrels daily production, mostly In the Yale field and are starting four or five wells In the Pine lslanrt district of Louis iana. KINfiMAN rorVTY. KV - Hate ft Alllnger are drilling at 300 feet In the No. 1 Winfrey in the south west of the southwest of 11-27-7W. The King Murdock oil rnmpiuiy Is drilling nt 2.225 feet in the No. 1 Itutkomskl In the center of thn east line nf the southwest quarter of 3-28-6w. Irfne Star oil company, operating In Hanger pool in Texas brought tn nn Mondav a ::.0-harrel well, out hdng location of which tends to give better definition to the eastern bnnndarv of the field - - Houstoffj. Fib It & Co. WASH lN'i ".TON. Nov. 14 --All coal oil and gas concerns In the rountrv have heen t"ld emphatlrallv hy the fuel administration that authority 'if government over their activities will not cease until a peace part Is actunllv signed Houston, Fit'le A Co. I NKW VoltK. Nov. 14 Improved conditions and prospect of Associated I Oil rompanv. according to those In position to speak for the authority, are partly responsible for the recent advance In Southern Pacific For; the first six months of. this year Associated oil's pet Income apptlca hie tn d.vidends was at annual rate of "2.!3 on present price of the stock " Current assets exceeded lia bilities on Pecemher 31. li:. hy 14 4r,.f.43, nnd on June ::0, 10IS, by $6'04,;.ia. Iloiis'o-i, Fible Sr Co. l,'Ol,N Co I MY. KV Cal-,-. A- llu. nr.. fishing at 520 fcrt he ' In the No. 1 Flork In tne sntnneasr jof the .oulhUTS' of 5-19-2-. , Thompson ard Thompson have a inn nnn.foot pus well In the No. 1 Maior In 'he nor-hwest of the south--j et of 3S-1 3-22. 1 The .1 o Shinkle No. 4 well of i the Kl Pir.n Oil & fias Co. in the : cr liter of the north line of the son'h i wek( of the northwest of 2-20-22 is ' driilire at fi"0 fee! II 'i Cherry and others No. 1 Mr i;,,r. in the southeast of the south west of 24-22-2 1 is-fishing at H5 feet. i (.ItF.I NWtXH) CXU-NTY. k.N pver and others No. 1 Oirter tn I, he southeast of the sou: he,-.: of 16 ' r,. ii v fishing at PfiOO feet. Sinclair's No. 1 Hoover In the i southwest of the northwest of 17- T,. 1 j is spudding. The No. 1 Kohert Prydn well of the Fureka Petroleum company in ; the northeast nf the northeast of 3-215-10 is drilling at 50 feet. J. R. Jones and others No. 1 i Holmes in the northeast corner of j the southeast nf the northpast of 6 ! 2 s -1 2 Is drilling at 700 feet. j FHANKPIN COINTV. K AN. , Plank and others are spudd.nir in I the No. 1 Keeno in the southeast of inc. it 7 1". fe. t in the No 1 IMswni'th III the sieilheasl ,,f the K.Milhweht of i '. i : i Hill and others No 1 Vipx In the HeiithucM ,.f h i; - is hh.it down lor order at I mm feet The No I Van. amp well of Ihe Sup. i- su i ill ei.nip.iin in lh" noi'l. i.im i.f thp nnrihcas' ,.f IT-20 i im-'iiiK up. More I hail one Way to l.cl Oil Pell .lei M I I II llli'T. I. c PI eSI .1- I.' nf '.he Tret-O Pile oiin.p.ilP, is .'igralii l.il.cg himself upon 'he re s ilt nf an i i i 1 1 . 1 1 1 wh:. h In i- I'lKIMi; el. a! I lal III I lie. where hi. r.ii lltlv pun llascil ! w o eal I lien si. 'I ire 'at k filled WUh H S and water I:. .to Med sti'l'.ice on the Kmillld of 11. e National lriiung oniupany It wai the aeetimiihitlon i f many years and was the mixture of the ixmrt.ie fi.ini inl produced m various ficMe ll had I n exposed !' sun and la. n for a long, long tune and looked more l,ke mud, nccoiiliiig to Mi 1 1 n liter, than aiiylhing i l.sc From th.s old accuriiul.iiinn 24 '.' f ii'l ml is now iwlng shipped and from 2 5 t" .(.' (icr cent of fuel nil is being refi.vere.t from tho II. S. Mi. Hunter sins (hat tins proves to bun lh.it rn n gia.ln of ml Iving (loi'iii.iiit is Ii waste nf the pre. i. .us Product. lll.K ! NTV. No 1 Karter in lh southeast nf 36 2 k W Sinclair a northe.uit nf the -11 is shut don n at I I 7.1 feet. ' llallike s No 3 Iiouglas Is a full lire at 1,14.1 feet The well Is lonite.l In ihP southwest of tho uorthwest of 2S 2S- I 2. The Trapshooter Oil enmpanv's No. 1 parties in the northwest of the northeast of fi 2D D Is a failure nl 2, .110 feet. Pot (,Psl (til NTV, h N. Ken nv and others No I lcy In the nnrthwcsi of the southwest of 7-PI 1 1 is drilling at 1.010 feet. Thp alentlnp oil (ins Co s drilling nl ,',00 feet in the No. 4 Sturrn m the northwest of the north west of 33-14-21. I j HKNin irrr ori-TiiAnos. Klmbley A Parkin have a 6-harrel well No. i Summers in the northwest of 8-11-12. Kimhlrv rook have rallure at J.260 feet No. 2 Tiger, 2-12-12. OWAKSO Donald, sfallnry and noucher are on top of the lime In the southeast or tho northeast of 2?-21-14 and expect to drill In npxt vvpek The limn Is about 250 feet tn this loentinn. nwiv corvrv. ran Thp Harden City Oil A )a Co Is drilling ftt 25 feet In the No. 1 Wann in the southeast of the southeast pf 35-21-30W. SFIKiWHK 'rNTV. KAN. Prooks and others No. I Winter In tho southwest of ttv southwest of 2S-25-2 is drilling at 1.025 feet. OKMri4.KK. The Gladys Helle Oil company No. 1 MrtHlhray, 24-13-13, Is good for 10 barrels, I-1NARD The Atlantic retro leum company Is drilling No. An derson at 200 feet In 3ti-l-14. HKOKKN A It lt(V The Aetna OH ft Has Co. has started spudding In in the southwest of the southwest of 19-14-17. MIMI t'NTY. KAN. Oeorge Snvrter's No. 2 Heard In the south east of ll-H-22 Is fishing at 650 feet. Mullln and Vnlser are drilling at 300 feet In the No. f Kdwards In the center of the east line of the south east of the southeast of 22-18-22. The Mound Creek Oil' (ias So. No. 4 Plchm in the sou t ties st of the southwest nf 14-19-22 Is drilling at tiOO feet. ' Personals. Vh-tor 'I Martin is sojourning at Mineral Wells. C. K. Cnmstoek, of the O. P. A R. Co., Is recovering from an operation for appendicitis. Ip Talrlrk, formerly prominent banger of Stroud, but who has re cently been a resident of Floyd, An.., was In Tul-'a yesterday looking after his business interests here. Vern Pmwn of the nnrfleld Oil company is In Tulsa looking after biiwin'ss. John o'lKmnel Is In the city vis- OIL AND GAS Laaiea, Soppllaa. Ftodoctloa, El. Pll'i; AMI t'AMXti, For sale- -lo iifto feet of 2-lneh Ipipo, 17',c. 2.000 feet of 3-inch pipe, 3p. 4.0(10 fi-et of 4-Inch pipe, fiKc. 25.000 feet 4 . -Inch. 14-lhread. 35c. I Also all sizes of easing at greatly re ldncp.1 prUes. Oklahoma Salvage ft Supply ( o., Okmulgee, odu. For Sale Twenty-three barrets dally pro duction, stt)cd, five wells, one hun dred and twenty acres. No brokers. Address Hnx Wellsvllle, Kan. Adv. Wnntisl. fVintract to drill oil wens, produc ing property preferred standard tools, experienced, rarer il drillers. SUiidard lUilllng Company. Pox lSJfi. We are in the market ror proven lenses and production. Submit pro posals with full particulars of lo cation, condition, price and terms Amicn Oil Company of Kansai, 326 Iowa Hulbling, Tuis.i. Adv. Wanted, man to help on '.ir cleaning nut machine. Applv at once 201 Central Nnilonal Pank I lllrt g. I 'or Sale. Standard rig drilled one well, lo cated 33-1 7-1 3 Hixbv field A bar gain. Pox 056. Tu.n.1. Adv. Notice to Water Consumers! Th fnuni ''f phonin? d tnqnr.t Jittt he tluiontiniiwn, nd tho aftrr tli 1Mb ot lti mKith. City of Tulsa Water Dept. HiiiR t'rolher, A. M. O'lKinnP'.. aid meetinK his numerous fnemls aumnK the nil men. .lack Iju-Ii. Kupenntpndpnt for the CeirficM i ni eiimpany iSincluiri, and one nf the I cs: pr o, in t ion men in the W . HI I.s III Ihe , II y 1' W Fierce, nf the Monitor or i ins i'n. has gone to Walter to confer with II.utv Parker anil will .Ii lie from there to Tcxim Arrh tinder is hark from Kansns City, where he celebrated the sign. M. u of the armistice, and reports that i! wss impnsMibie tn get into the ho tel lobbies after .1 p. iii. Monday. Steve M.i'kham ha.s returned from Oklahoma Citv. where he Interviewed li e corporation com m Isslnn. a.nd savs there is snn.e one by the name of Pav.s seek mi; a place formerly occu pied by Ait Walker Further par ticulars were 'lint available. M F Purret of piirrwt Whit field is back from Fort Worth and iu there will bi" niore refineries Hiarled in the next Hlx monttiii in Fort Worlh than there ever were In Oklahoma. H brings news of a new one Kt.-irtiiiK at Hanger by .1. J. Tax man of Kirtnrado, Kan. Lee C. Moore of ttie lPp C. Moore Stylish, Warm and "4implc4 line nf Malnooata CraxaiHltos anil Firld Cts EMPIRE REFINERIES, INC. Sales Off,-r rhone 700. 323 Tnlty Wrtg, Tulsa. BRADFORD RIG & REEL COMPANY 30 ( oMlcn llldg. I'lionc f rrit- B74H; Miop flOHO lll'i IKON'S, SAND UKKPS. CA 1.F-W1 1 FFI, Ol TFITS AMI , WoflPWOUK SOI, l TllltOI (.11 M I'PI.V ST 1 1 1 MS The Kansas City Refining Company KA.NSAS 4 'ITV. KANSAS In the Market for Iligh-Grade Crude at All Times Harry V, Jones, Pres. Albert It. Jones, Vice -Pros K. W. finebel. See -Treas -Mgr. Continental Refining Co. Producer and Refiner of Petroleum Products Bristow, Okla. A. A. Rollestnne, Pres. ! on TliPrnln, Vloa'-Prrs. nml Urn. Mgr. MIDLAND R E FINING COMPANY Eldorado, Kansas PRODUCERS AND REFINERS Oklahoma Petroleum & Gasoline Co. Manufai turers of raslngbead. straight run ar.d blen .-rt gssoilnna napihau and fuel oil. Always In the market for blending materials' Kennedy Bldg. Commerce Petroleum Co. Chlraco Tnls Rl lxuls Marketers of IXrolrnm I'roxiacts, Operating Our Ovtu tun 1003-04 Daniel llldg. Tulsa, Okla. IMPERIAL REFINING CO. Ixx-atpd at Ardmore rrodurcrs and lU-fincrs of Ilcalrtlnn (nirtc, Hlgh-Grade (.aNollms, Napblhas, Krninenr, IHstillnir, t.na Oil, I'tiel Oil nnd Uuail Oil (.cncrnl Ofrii anil Sali-s Offh-e BIMI'KON ULIPUINL. AHMMOKM, OkUAIIOMA ANDERSON t HIC'AGO. ILL. Petroleum Product Kan Francisco, t'al. NKW VOHK. N. Y. ST. IXIl'IS. MO. PHONi: 740 TTT.SA, OKI.A. IMTTSniROH, TA. Stepi Perrick rompanv of I 'it isburg b. Pa., has letiitncd to Tui. t aller " extended stay at ttm 1 ' . 1 1 I 1 1 1 . plant. license A Palter.-, son hll tlt-v I l llllll et ii i ni d f l oei a f f ' h" I' 'III pa II ahi in lltel' New ,' b . , :l, I lb I York. Mr. 1' itteison vv - ii 1 1 town on the big .lav and .1. p.o on Novembei II v,nc w.ci i ah; more plenl '.ful t !i in a Itro.idvv ay. Swift T.irbell, former lin l i the I'i .iii in i ill A ' i is l o , wi Til is, l Ulthlnthe next f.'M lU: loin 'hat oil-. nn.. il ion aller months Y. M ' A. " -r n I'hironean battle front Mr T all- Is ttm fir-d I'rairie man to from ttie war since its conelusi had returned lo America to i I'l'pe in I e.l il SI 1 1 fur service In the I inte.l army ant had io.i vet .e, n i e.l when pe l.'C W.IS lb" ,at e l. 11,111,1 II Ke'.stv has returned fion, a short trip to li.iugcr nnd Fast land and says he finda upon each Kii. e.-eil Ing visit to the Texas Inl, I mine aclivlly and brighter prosneciw M Kelsev said the congest I. m of livinit cnndltions there was still very ncut. and that the n sldeiiis of tin- 'l'i i.e. tonus hoped for relnr now 'hat t In war V..I over nnd tiin'i.tmu materiai and labor would piob.ibly be e.iiiei Durable Clothes for the Bad Weather The bcHt fabrics ami stylrn procurable from tho well known makcB of Arilrr Rochcstor and L. (Iricf. RiKhtly priced. tiivo us a look. Shoes All the new n(.yles nnd leathers for dress or field. Also 8, 12, lG-inch laco boots. Hats In velours, scratch, smooth and silk finishes from Stetson, Horsalino, k Ben? and Schobles & Co. Racine Flannel v Shirts TUl-SA. OKLA. llpflnrriea lnK-atml at: Oknmlgpp, Ok la. Oklshoma :ity, Ok la, Cnslilng. Okls. I'oiH-a City, Ok In. OulnesTlllc. Texas. Phone 7020 &c GUSTAFSON KANSAS CITY. MO CPtVMI.AVn, O. 514- KENNEDY BLDG.- PHONE 5673 fWLD Lai 1 1 ciroieu ni r w WQJT B k7 ru, Tulsa CHICAGO Kansas City Get Them REF1N1SHED Like New Pi.iai l'i iln. t'liiiiidi'lirrii, Auin Trimmings, r-llvcr ware, Kurgical and In-nl, il InstrunieniH, Plating, Polishing and Lacquering !!() Vi-l I Ir-t sircN t Ml McmU Plume 3120 OKLAHOMA PI.ATINC. WORKS Wi: MAHKKT i: l HV I'l-rUOI.KPM DUUIVATIVE PHONE 4522 WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY IT. 8. A. CJfo. C. Ackers, Itofdrtrnt Munsgrr. MIDCO OIL tllilco (ill lllilg., Tulsn. PRODUCERS, REFINERS, MARKETERS THE AKIN GASOLINE COMPANY Manufacturer and Marketer of High Gravity Casing., head Gasoline ICaibangr National Hank 1110. 1'cople. Hanking A Tni.t Uld Tula, Okla. Marietta, Ohio. Roxana Petroleum Co. PRODUCERS AND REFINERS TULSA OKL "TOP-NOTCH" OILS PHOENIX REFINING COMPANY TULSA, OKLA. Producers & Refiners' Corporation Successors to Economy Oil and Refining Company J. F. CAMPION OILS rilOMPT o7-mm-nos rosDF.v num. American Oil & Tank Line Co. run. on, 1r' Claalan . Watrtbstlsf BlatlMs Is (da Northvasl St. r.,1. .on v.sd.n. M., U44 Til,! K.tl Ba.r BH SINCLAIR REFINING CO. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TTTBA, OKIj. 115 Kim lair nidi. Consumers .Refining Company REFINERIES AT CUSHING , Sales Office, 76 West Monro. Sir t, Chicago COSDEN & I HIGH-GRADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TuIm, Oklahoma SOUTHERN OIL Petroleum Product REFINERY YALE, OKLA. J. II. HYAN Kansas Pity (lilcago IIAKHY 1111,1, 1NDIAHOMA Refineries at Okmulgee, ii i-" urni K oi)3-eoi UAuLAIn BUILDINO ST. LOUS OFFICK. KKUPllAL IltSKUVE IJANIi RLDO. Lake Park Refining Company General Sale Office, Rialto Bldg., Kansas City, Missouri. Refineries at Okmulgee, Ponca City, Cushing and Jennings, Oklahoma Union Petroleum Company Refiners, Exporter and Marketers Tulsa nfriii-: t'owli-n lllilg. Constantin Refining Co. Kennedy Building Phone 6020 II7. . BARWR AGENCY CO. U'e are nluays 111 tin- inurkrt for Ktrnli-uni prilucis In our own or u llcr's Innk curs. Quotation snllclird in. high gravity, lualnUcad uml lilcnilol gusollm: In our own tlicrnn. cars. m i x i-:a poms, mix n. Riverside Western Oil Company MARATHON GASOLINE piionk mho I Great American Refining Co. rclrolcum I roducts Phone 8360 MUSKOGEE flil lNING COMPANY Muskogee, Oklahoma Tret-o-Lite Saves Waste Oil 500 Mayo Bldg. Phone 5624 Cfonipan SALES CO. Conwar llldg., Chicago GKHVIC1C piionk ssia NEW YORK ISO Broadway CHICAGO Conwar Bldg. COMPANY I CORPORATION 1005 Callais Bldg. Phono 1940 J. V. RILEY rtiono S530 ' Tulsa A. n. CORCORAN REFINING CO, Okla.; East St. Louia, III I'lmnc 4400 I'lionc Oitngo 20SJ Sunland Oil Company ii:thoi,ki M PPOUHTS Itiinms 8Ot-02-303 Wi.rlil lllilg. SI5 South lliinlrtcr St. Tulsa. Okla. Kcfircry, Jennings, Okla. 419-14 New Wright Bldg. X.M'MTIIA KPPOSINE tiAS OH, i i n, oir, i.rnHK'ATixo on. pahai kim; wax ;asoi.ixe the northwest i,r 32-l-20. 1'. O. McCain and others are fi:h- t 1