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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2:,, 1918.
Cr IN THE OIL FIELDS Office: 6241 W. H. OIL MARKET QUOTATIONS. Km ml J .1 I Nurth I. link . . a s 1 BK 2 SI 2 20 a 2 2 6 J t II a 4a a - i . ') 1 85 1 10 1 60 ll-.'iltoii 1 " South Lima ,. Woomit r.,-iDrana ill) : V I'o-airms (Ik). 1 30 lliillio I'rlnr.io, .... y.uue ret, . . . , Hah; : nd 1 11 inula 1 ar.aiU ... Ilk lUafntWjr) (iraaa (..'reek .. J'wtrs li'ii ryrtl . . r.i.lu i 3 I ..Mo l3K'lg) t, l.l.i 'SW) (awJi 5 2 9 23 ' 2 2i 2 as ! 2S. a n i nn 4 00 (urninf 8 . Mil Muddy ., lati.il .2 77 I ball Crtek .. Hard Luck for the ' Oil Editor. I'or the last year the oil columns of the World have had a distinctly purury touch In spots, and this was ilue to the fact that the best writer ri Oklahoma, was dolni; a (,'ood share if the work, and while it lent some fi.ni? of a feminine, touch, it has Licit Rood and has been appreciated I , ilie editor and by lh: oil franr intc ho peruse this column. Miss Margaret Murphy came to Tm-.i. when, in far off Australia, si:., saw that the Cnlted Slate was t , i nter t he w:i r. to siy Hooitl,t! !., her brother. I'ratiK. then city edi. t.-i i,n the World, because she knew fu.l well that he would be amoni; the first to enlist and fii-'lit for his (..iiTitiv She had it sized up riyht, and siMiu after I rank enlisted Miss .Murphy bewail her work as assist ant oil editor and h.'S made the work one continual round of pleas ure for tJ.e oil editor. Now comes the :i .il part of it. Miss Murphy springs n surprise. "n ln-i boss and on the followers, of this dope by annoimcin . that she Is about to sail nwiiv to far off France to see her brother and further, that she Ih not comlm; back. She proposes to Mop off In Rns lon. uhere she will Join fortunes with I.. K. Mcfollum. who has been ably representini; the I.ucey Manu fiitiirinir company in this neck of woods und has been nliuwin'K how the rotary riirs ran put down wells and keep them stralKtit and break all records fur speed i . L . , ., , L" " ' . .',, ,. ,,,, im'Miii; loi o"iii-,iir- lo HOlse wnn wnen I he Is irotie. and surely they have lost j n loyal friend and a most cnthusias- i tic booster for th' rotary irame. ! Kut to Miss Murphy, the oil fra- I ternity owes a debt of cratltude. She ! h is been true to her convictions at I'll times and h.'iH been a genuine I finhter for riKht and justice from ' first to lant. j So we are nil linem by this new j ileal, which Is coin? to bring so ' much hapjiiness to two of the best ' younir people that have ever so- ! Juurned here. Anil here Is wlshlni; ! them much Joy and happiness in their new home in f ir awuv I'u- I mania. For he It known that after 1 visitlnir France and lielt-itim and the ! battlefields .they are iroinir ),v way I of Italy and Constantinople to liti inunla, where both will feel rrcatly I nt home In a country where the ' i.iiiKuni:e is nimost pure T.itln. In addition, Mr. MrPolluni was for four yearn In Hiimanla and will re ceive a royal welcome on his return there. Thus It In thut the war brought Tnlssi's Perfect Photoplay Theater. Todar Tomomiw ami Wednesday Tho Ktntcly ncatitlful GERALDINE FARRAR "The Turn Wheel" A (".nlilnvn rictiirc Astdstctl by a Notable C ost Ib cluiling ItlTllCit ItawiiiiMin A nbvcl fenturo will lo the pnscntutbiii of Miss Fnr rur In a nlmrt plioimgm plilc concert aciumimiilcd hy the famniis synipli.inlc organ, I'rof. K hoiitcau I'KK, dlriHt'tor, .New l.illson Pliimogiapli used. nnd "TEUi T1IT TO TIIK MAIU.M.S." lames Montgomery I'lagu's I.u(isl Comrtly Iteeular 1'rlees, no iK:iiust'. Schedule: 1 I'rlcex: IJ::il. ia:30, 1 Adults, 2 Or: 2. :30. 5, ::i() ( hll.lrcii, ltlc; anil 0:30. Wur uix extra. Cnmlng Soon ' (MKlllt A S AVSWI It." Yeoman Dance brotherhood of American Yeo men will give their regular In. vltaiion dance Tuesday, Nov. 2S, 9 P- m. Knightvof Columbus Hall, 41612 S. Boulder HEST ML'SIC See and Hear PECK Residence: 2442 Miss Murphy from Australia. Mr. M'l'iillum from Kijimimii -and lh "1 I'll oti' In lcnikliiK fur a new as sistant. Where Oil Men Meet. It whs nt tln '"(nintry club S.itur. ; (l.iy uftcrnoon ami too cold fur any but the timst enthusiastic unit iIh y , ''is, that a bunch of prominent oil J producers hail lunch, talked husl I id km ami enjoyed a Kood time. It was ! titiii.'Oiul, Inasmuch as there were a i iiiiiiil'i-r of ut of town Kucsts and . a Jolly crowd at that, i if coursi- th main topic of con versation included the wlnninK of the w:ir and thi Immediate futurn 1 of t hi' oil business ami the cffncl of . iriiverrinirnt luitcrnaltsni ami direc tion, ii nil its nearness to socialism, t Then came thn usual round of Komi, i mid the l.i c news from Texas ; llli'l I h story of the T. 1 1 Well I hill wan as "dry as a bnne" before the ! hind and then made 300 barrels , after 4D0 quarts tf Blyeerlne had ' been exploded in the sand. It la of llle Stiir.es tilut Thk.i4 iu nnli.il i f(,r There Is another nhout the "lonir horn" In Tex.nr? a recent recruit in. the uII'kuitiu. who had drilled a dry lode un Home property "KPnloKised" land, and was united by another na tive If he w is liiterected In acreage, and promptly replied that he was. lie was Known the map und found that he was offered 5,000 acreH for a well und tho acreage was hIoiikniiIo of the tract that ho hail recently j paid blu money fur. iln passed tho lease Kiafter back his map with tho ri'mark "somebody has been Kelling a Kood bumping around here " Homer I'roston, John. Iuv and Jim i.'rawford, were congrattilnted on having got u real oil well In Texas near the t addo well and near , the well mentioned above us having been shot Into oil, and the strangers from Xew York" who Included John I 1.,. Weeks, a director In the C'raw ; ford organization, Karnest Stauffen, i of the Liberty .National, and Charles I-.. Connfelt, of the Hayden. Hlone 'o. organization were all Inter ested nnd fait ns though thin were indeed the land of opportunity. II. F. Sinclair, who was among his old friends for th" first time In months, advised the hunch from tho east that they were on the right tract und that Tulsa was tho place in which to leave tho coin and especially if they wanted It properly played to leave It with the Crawford- ' i i i, .. o Preston bunch. I Mrs' 1 '"'"" "' The Cruwfords reciprocated wlthLMrs ThninaH II. Simw. who left the same sort of indorsements of u:.a lust June for Colorado Springs, Sinclair's organization, and alto- get her it was a very plcaant at fair. Ilrnest Stiffen made a hit when he described how he went to Cali fornia and was urged hy a native son to "come west young man, come west to California, where the sun is always shining In tho winter time and not be wading In snow to his knees." Mr. Steffen said he In formed tho golden state booster "that he would as leave be In snow to his knees An In hot air to his ears." (Jne Covemment .'ununltteo Quits. As forecasted In yenterday s World, it wl.l probably be but a short time before the various war service committees have decided to I let loose and quit the game entirely. It Is now announced that the iu- pervlaor's office of tho tank carcom I mlttee. both in New York and Kan 1 sa City, will be abandoned Decern ' her 31. This Is the department that j has been supercising the movement ' of tank curs, and has been doing I most excellent work. It Is one cum- mtltee that should remain in office, , as representing the Western Petro ileum Itefming association if not the : Foiled States government. I In fact It was the Western Pe jtroleum llef.ners association tint ) early in the war took the Initiative ! in trying to bring order out of chaos in the movement of tank cars und I that later on was asked to represent , the tank car committee of tho pe i troleum war service committee, and that turned Its force into that line j of work, representing the entire In dustry us a war measure. ! W. F.. McKwen and H. U Swear ingin have hud Joint offices In Kan sas City since the beginning of the work. It is absolutely estienilal that the refiners keep an active bureau ' in Kansas City, and if so. Mr. Mo- F.wcn is the man. It is also equally ; obvious that ;f the government Is to ' retain control of the railroads that ! Mr. Swearlngen Bhould be retained by ; the regional directors, i It means greater service and eco ; nomlc handling. McTVlno Tool ;ets Haekset. i The Mervlno pool suffered quite a I relnpse from its usual good per formance yesterday, when the Oypsy No. 2 Fckley was drilled past the sand to a total depth of 3.U0 with nothing showing. It is located In the southeast corner of the north half of the southwest of tho famous section W-27-3 and looked like money In the bank until drilled In. The Prairie Oil A Ca.i Co. also appear to have a failure In the No. 1 Cttssard farm In the south half of the southwest of section 10-27-3 which was drilled to a depth of 3.14 r. p shows that there la nothing cer tain in the oil game and when one BROADWAY If you want to laugh and grow fat nee the HI-JINKS CO. In the SiM'lety Drama "WHOSE BABY IS IT" 2)1 Talcnts:l Artists 20 Poors o'ii ut 1 :(." with pictures. Continuous is'rformaiice. Week Day MallneeM 1. cents. Ml'IiIs uml Sundays, ilo cents. Attend the early shows for good Seats. GranD First production on any stage of the Tulsn plnv written by ? "The Higher Law" also PKTVIIKS It may he about you cum expects it .i I,,,, i ,,,,e shows up. Il is tlnuiulit, huwivci. that the Car tcr (ill company. So it h w cstcm I'e tfolciim company u,.; v,,,, , m,-. I'limKcy. uli.ch ; tin- s.'.-utid loci-' tlon e.oit of the southwest corner of the faun uml is due miy lime now. may redeem the MctMiie pool by comiiiK in for i Imk pnulucer. Tim I'ai tci' i ii comp im- is also due with .in offset to the a..o... n.en'.l"llel well Which is railed No 3 Jlis f.irni una this mu u,-,, piove a ;n one. Have Joined the ( luiriiH. A. V. ami (.' r. ituKhner. sons of I'ei ry l.u,i,;hiiei' of msbui un, and thetcf.iie In, in an, la,s.d m the oil business, ur,, k fi cum Tcx.ih and joined In Hie chorus mukiiik the ptalses of Coiuaiiclie county, Texas. .ih the real tlilliK They ate of tile opinion that it iooks .ike a Hal oil country ami liKe.y to prove reKUl.tr, whereuK. eonie uf the other couniies in the low o.l u.-lt aii' Homcwhai erratic. They know an oil count ry When they m,. h. This, by tlie way, bi iiikh to the Iioiit ,i(i,i.n ti,,. ,,. unj ever inti'i isiit'K iintioii as to what i.t nec essiirj u, m. ike up a cuuiiliy that looks like an couimv. it Is haul to deilue but il l u : in man puts It, llictu must lie i lie eai ni.irkh of th.. oil man s m olony, iiHiucly, a ndiing countiy. the burin rocks, the blach Jiiu, timbir and a few more menu like, for .list, nice, the creeks that ;run In the right aiieci.un und, etc l etc. Soniitfrne this paper Is going to -olfer a pri.e t,.r the best ,l. s. i .ptioii ill.lt f.lls Ihe I,,, I. lint I' mi.Si be wnltel! before ihe di rtiest arc black j With Oil ,11., I pl,,ei up uflcl Will lis And After the nr Is tlvcr. It certainly must have tuken con Uderable nine to stall the gas 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 s now thai the wai is ow-r and the man, or ihe luireiu leHpon sible for name is certainly entitled to the "bun" for check. He gives It out colli, right off the I bat, a ii.l this is the first notice re ceived by the local gun people, Th ''Ig hearing Is on today with u large atiemlunce of very indignant cul- l,ns from Tuma Kai sas City. Mi).. Nov. 2 0. T. Hr.iden, I Oklahoma Cus Co., I Tulsa, (ikla. I am lenutsted by the gas division of the fuel admiii Kiratlon of Wash ington to call meeting of gas pro diiceis und distributois together with state fuel administ raloi s to I meet P. Ii. 'iregni-y, gas division administration, at my office, Keith ami Perry HuiMirg, Kansas C ty, -Monday morning lu o'clock, Novem ber Kindly arrange to have your interests represented. Answer. i Fuel Administration. i TAVlAilt. l'"''i away at tnat place s.uur.iay morning. The interni. iit is lo be ut I .aiiia, . .ino, wii.-ie me iiimiiy ineui,,, Tulsa, he mine nn here, and ap before moving lo Tulsa eight years j,,,,,,, ,lt lllc ,., s,irVeo office for ,, . . . , ... ; assistance. Mrs. tiolsy Immediately Lesli es her husband. Mrs. Shawwjruil ,ne ,,, ,)fflce for fllds. Is survived by two sons A.le,, Shaw . , .,,,. h,. , eurin(t him money who has b,en ut one of the training , K , ,.,,, , ho IIlun camps and fs now at Lawrence. Kan.. I . vln .tit .,.,,. , ..- ,... and Italpli Ii. Shaw, who is with the Oklahoma Natural here. The' latter lift for Kaiisus City Saturday morn ing to meet the funeral party and accompany it to Lima. Hie old home. Tow Shaw was for many yeais as soc. ated with J. K S. Nee lev und is one of the old guard that operated 1 uiuiiiiii ri. jiiiij n. niiii, unit k.ii'i here In Oklahoma. The family home in Tuis.t bus been at 1'iUJ South Cheyenne. There will be much sympathy extended to the family In this great bereavement. In the Keystone District. The Texas company has a rig up for Its test In the northwest corner of 20-21-10 and will drill. This test will be watched with considerable Interest as it revives the hope that aomethlnr mav turn un worth while , - - - over there. ' swered It with contributions of one IX TIIK OSAt.K C. K. Iresser. dollar each. The others are ex drllllng In the center of the east line pected to answer Tuesday, of the southeast of section 12-2S10, j Members of the Ketall .Merchants has a 2.000-barrel well after a 140 association will be guests of the Ad quart shot. It Is N'o. 3 for the lense club at its meeting Tuesday. Some- and demonstrates that Mr. Dresser is thing special Is nn tup for the meet ! as lucky as they make them these ing. as usual, according to K. A. days. ! The big well recently completed by the Knipire people In 17-27-n. and which caused the prices of stuff n thai vicinity to go sky-war, I at tho recent sale, s still making 3.0Hi) bar. rels dally This certainly does not look as though the well Is falling off veiy fast and does look as though i the i.vpy ' nl company, Mdlraw, 1 Barnard nnd Phillips got il good bar gain when they paid ItiOu.uuU for the' 160 acres. 1 The leases that were sold on the 9'h of November have all beon ap proved long ago by the osace coun cil and were forwarded to Washing ton for approval nn the 20tli of tfp month, which was last Thursday.1 Tiiry will doubtless be acted on promptly as soi n nn the secretary re. ceiv.-s them as this well nnd Its pro duct is now tlie property of Die new purchasers, or will be ns soon lis gee- retary Iine has affixed his Signature : to the approval of same. SKITOOK -The Tulsa 1'nion Oil company well in 12-23-12 Is still making barrels from sand found from 1..".17 to 32 feel. This we'd is In the Hurress sind and has them all g'le-i.ne us to whether or not I will hold up. It has been reported as being in the lime bv some of the wise ones who have offered to bet that this is the case, when In fact It is u straight proposition and Is In the p.urgi-s with no claim for no lot leiy as a lime well. The wells that are drilled In the lime and produce oil, uro ubout as 1 scarce us hens teeth. t kosx Tin' mi:rt miom III liKUI UM.IT '"if of th- most , .tin testing i ce.i ever drilled ,n 'lie I state . that ,,f Ahernathy and nth- ers in za-;-iw wnicn is across ine, li.-d river fnm It irkhurnett. It has I often b.-en thought there might be a, pool similar lo that of Hjrkburneti , 'foil!'.,! arid ,f so. it would be fine of the grc.iTcs. f, ik's on record. If, ' mu v he there is the same Mtrueturp 1 which is so clearly outlined at Iturk-' . bij'ttett but If so it has not been re- ; I ported here. The H irkhurnetl field is one of the best 111 years for the j lit tie feliow. .. ClUXDU'n The Jennln brothers test now start. ng In 19-14-S is going to prove or disprove once mote the theory us t whether domes usually carry oil or not in Okla homa The structure has hen viewed hv many passing through on the Flisco railroad ut.d Is we., de fined. The Swaflka Oil cmpiny Is re ported to be shut down for funds in 7-14-4 at 1.210 feet. AT OILTON The Wolverine 'Hlj company is starting a trst In tha norlliwes; corii'r of the no: thcast ( section Hn-l'.i.s. Willi. mis farm It may prove that there is a connection I'clween the Cii-ti.in; f oil and the big stuff in l awiii'e utility which would be going aioun, instead of fltittight itcmsti as the cuiw files. I, COX lt! The Atl int.. petro leum 1 1, in p. my has a showing lor a big producer located ,n the south, east corner of the west hi.f of the southeast or -1 7 -1 3 Hill farm. It is nil -wiiiic for at Ic.ihi .1 "ui barrets as it Mtamls und ma ur, u much luruc pi odiicer w hen full) drilled in. iuii.i:y-tii k. x ;nic,ic test on tlie Knight farm In :ii l.' s tx tinderrliiiiiig at i'.V.M' It Is said to be well thought of by the geologists .mil is est of the ruinous Paden well and mav make good, and if o, oilnln to be 8lniW,ng Noon. Noin il OK DMI'IAV- The Ited II, ink i nl compniiy is ilrilllng at 4i'i feet in tlie southwest uf th,, 8 mid west of '. 1 r, - H , which is the Xvi 1 M.Mii farm. t wil be the icu'.ei of Inlet est it h noon us It l e.lrlles the sand d p:h. I'll M.I II The prairie un A ('.as compai.y is ceinenllng pipe In the lest on the p.ishop fat 111 in 11-111 ! uml ought to be drilling In shoitly, WITI MU The liladvs Hell i'i; conip.ii.y in shut down lit 7uo f.ci m ih-io wmili.g on pipe. l.l" The Tck.ih c N'o. 1 K.ictioer 4 -JO uml a hi ndoned at 11. f li impany well is plugged feet. OToi: The Producers nnd lie f I, ei are drilling ut 1.3.1U on the I h iu farm in - -2-le. lltltsi) - aie drlloiig st ii l'uwaiii l-Jl-4 I'urtls M feet nnd others in the Xo. 1 Ml I.KIlIt -.'hm Oklahoma Supply oil coiiipimy Is spudding ut fit) feet In 14-111 4o HOME SERVICE SECTION HAS MANY ADDED DUTIES I'.m h day seemingly Is adding to the aggregation of duties of the homo ery.ee section of the lied Cross, le poris by workers at the local depart. Illenl. ','t 1 'emol.ilizing uf troops In the can tonments, winch has been In pi ogress the past f"w da, udds liumeasui al ly tu the work of this important branch. Among the soldiers passing through Saturday, was on colmed soldier from Camp Hodge, discharged uml on his way tu his home at lKnl sun. Texas. Tired mid cold from traveling, ho fell asleep In thn Kansas City union station, whlie waiting for his tra.ii, miiH luirl bis watch Hnd 12 A stolen. penniless, and with only his ticket staving Kvery day. Soldiers and their fain, lib s, in desperate need of assistance of every kind, aie given assistance, advice and financial aid at the Tuloa office. AID FROM ADVERTISING CLUBS FOR MINNESOTANS Kvery member of the Tula Ad vertising club is expected to an swer the appeal which hna gone out to advertising clubs throughout the nation. In behalf of the citizens of I northern Minnesota which wa re cently swept by disastrous forest fires. Tho appeal is being sent out 1 by the members of the Advertising .emu , LlUIUlll .. in. u I members of the Tulsa club have an ciun or ouiutn ana thus far M.ulse, secretary. I OIL AND GAS baoaa. appllaa. Froaucttoa. Cu. ,i Will buy small caslnghead gaso line tanks In 50-mlle radius of Tulsa. Must be priced right or would be Interested In building plant. If you have the gas. Address I'. ). jjox 3li!4, Tulsa. i Wanted Proven acreage, shallow or deep, on drilling contract. Will drill you nn offset at once. Submit full description In first letter for Im mediate Inspection. Address 11-27, car World. Adv. Wanted. Contract to drill oil wetts, produc ing property preferred. Standard tools, experienced, careful drillers. Standard Drilling Company, Lox 1S.T, For Sale 1.00 feet 0--tnoh new 16 pound National casing At Marame Oklah ni.i. Devonian Oil Co , ph. ne hi I . - Adv. For Sa pounds test of H. tike 11. 2.700 feet. 2 Inch 1.200 pipe. l ive miles west Phone 2:.78.- -Adv. We are In the market for proven le.ns'S und production. Submit pro posals with full particulars of lo citioii. rend. tlon pric nnd terms Allien till " , 1 1 I . ti y ..f Kansas. 3.'ii Iowa Hu.illrg Tulsa. Adv. i Wanted I. uses In shallow field. Fuhmit detailed information as to lo. ca'lon. price, terms production. Ad. dress A l.ingcnfei ler. V t Victoria building, St. Iiuis. .Mo - Adv. Tea ''up Inn will serve a spetisl Thanksgiving dinner from 12 unM 3 in iiddt'loii to lis regular a In e.irte service. Triursday, Nov UK .- Adv. Junk Wanted OF EVKRT iJFlHCr.IITIO. Scrap Iroti, metabi, rubl. rope. rae PAIL TO etc HlftllKST PltlCFsl CO! THY SHII'prCKS A trial wlij convince you Car lots a specialty. One rf the lurcest Junk dealers Ir l Okia.mmn. iFi:knbi:rg ikon AND MKTAL CO. j I lItST AND GlttEMVt OH ' O. Hoi 1022 I'hotic ; J RED CROSS CANTEEN HUT JUST LIKE HOME ( M r) Ihliu: for ( olO fnrt uf S,dillcrs ( an be I oinid at I'lai c liy " I risen In niI. "Home idealized, press on one i ecelv, service hut ill the Kr to the travel iiri d s is the one iln h at the canteen sen Htatlon, iind Ml, la und sail 'ts. lonely fioni lung pen,, ,ls of naming jn (ho cutiloiimeiiis, or sad dolled by another leave taking with homo folks, the place means every tiling that 1.4 embodied in that on, w ot d A huge . he. ty f. replace with biighily bi.inii.g (.,! los greets one upon elite: ing. While gal i I'ololcl I illlit. cmeled ch.lll'., unit coa.-lles .oieiv p. i un,, ,aliu wliite iiiriaini at tlie many windows, lows of hooks writing tables well supplied with ma tenuis and i n-n stumps and pi n e,l ahout the l , nun in baskets and Mis. s urn floweis of every i olor of the I ainliow. Cu.Hv i s,-,, need n a nil ner of the great li nig loom is a small dining table a 1 1 rai lively set w llli linen and bllglllly polished silver, while any man i'i the service of Incle Sam ma) obtain u wholesome and snlslunii.il Imi, Ii at any houi of the ,la al'soliiielv without .est to h.m Mrs licoige T Williamson wiih captain Sal n da ami her cm w of "Ipcsi iIicms.,1 women in Ihe world." charming nnd more gracious than evei In tlieir lied Cross un. forms in eluded Mis Pan 1'avissoii, Mrs. Carl ililbite, Mis Carl Simmons. Mlm May Fvaus. Miss Mary Cluy Willlums ami Miss Virginia Mckce It was iliscoveied Sutuidu), by the wu, by this mips of cunteeu Workeis. thai Tulsa has ut least one girl who ,s a true Harrison Fisher beauty. A major, stopping over In ULSA Machine & Tool Co. C.enernl Contract Ma chine Work, flni, ilasollna and Steam llngine Ovi rhaiillng We hure compsieiit mechanlci fur field work. 4I1&-4JI7 1"- 1st. Phone 70sB-JJ6. INVESTORS Kefp your money working. We have on hand choice first mort gages nnd other securities. In terest und principal collected w ithout . hnrge l.xch.'.nge Trust Co., II K Third St., Tulsa, Okla. Pbone 7173 MONEY TO LOAN Have some private funds nf clients to lend on good security, short tonne preferred. SAM'L A. BOORSTIN til Wright Dldg. BIRD CREEK Oas and nil lease for sale In best part of liird Creek, terri tory. Phone 8425 13 r. w i " 1 1 1 . i f 1 ' " ' Consumers Refining Company REFINFRIF AT rucwiai - - - smw Sales Office, 76 Wet EMPIRE! REFINERIES, INC. tiainiiie: ti. tiuli'si Office Plume 7tioe. 2 Inlly Itldg. Tulsa. THE ALLIED REFINING CO. Refinery at Okmulgee, Okla. . Kenmtl, Illdg.. ,.,, 1 ulsn, Okla. Office The Kansas City Refining Company KANSAS CITY, KANSAS In the Market for tiarry n. jouea. t-res. ' w. iwiebel. MIDLAND REFINING COMPANY Eldorado, Kansas PRODUCERS AND REFINERS Oklahoma Petroleum & Gasoline Co. Manufacturers of caslnghead. straight run ai,d Men led gasolines nupihas and fu-l o.l A.wajs In Ui. market for blending materials Kennedy Bldg. IW.e 7020 Commerce Petroleum Co. Lbliajro Tulsa kUrkclera it rctrolemn rrodui ts, Oix ruling Our Uun lura, 10U3-01 Uanlrl Illdg. 1 ulsa, Okla. IMPERIAL REFINING CO. IxH-uted at Ardinore Producers nnd P.eflncrs f llc.ildi.ni t iudc. lllKh-t.mdo iiis.,lln, aiilnhas, Kcros. ne, Dletillairs. (.us oil, lnel oil and Ituud Oil (.i-ncrul otflc.-s and hales Olllcc KIMI'bO.N 111 II.DI.NO Alt.MMOUK, Okl.AIIOMi ANDERSON & GUSTAI SON tllR At.O, II. U Petroleum Products Knn Kruin-lvo Cal. MAV YoltK. ,. Y. ST. IO I IS, HU). I'HONF. 7 1lf Tt I.S . OK I, A. PITTSIU K(a II, TA. ! I'lil.! Ill tl.s tiavt' s, i.iiiie to In, ( i a Itteeli hill l'id .) po-i t,e, ng re i eve, I .) Al im Viigiti .1 ' Mi l, e, , -tale, I lii Mn, ! o.i ,'t. h.s pen. 'l it Hilt II I e t 1.1 '. e i in lit Hi li.'i l,i i i ' leltll till fare lo I Me ,e i iltl.il I p iinti'ii;. "The Appi ii ol the I;, I ! i'i o- s bv I .s .ii I '.slier. l. hi I, IS .1 pi. II (I Ol Iliil'.T ,lll,, e Ihe tie 1 pl.li'e Ite, over .11 Il '!, . 1 1 III I 'in S I III t e. mi, " ell 1 had m vi ; .- llllll gll ! before, 1m. 1 . k new n i ha! the pa tn t ihe ,1 IC , I i W i -W I e M ; nii.h'i fnl ' : And he COlhl llo! he p. i'l I. led hat Mifs Xlclv.-e U id i.ot , , , i ! -i 'the fllliotis phtule. ri,l tltic U.I, III 1 lii'lllH HOUSTON, MI1LK AND COMPANY of Itiiiu City. Mo. MT1MHFRH NEW VOBR STOCK Pt CUANUE AM) Cllll'AUO bUAKU or ruAiiu. 8terki. h.uiiU grtin an, I rotlnn Ktaiotant Oil anil aulianl-aiv alurkt Ni-w Ve-k and liiiil.in rwt lahiiv Duliila bought anil auht I'mata wirra CUAS D. OEOTnilCTT. Manaiar. Talriyluina Uaaa 240S mil a Uuiloa, Tulia. Ukl STRAND HKR C McGRKKVYiV Co. M i : m t : i : i : s New Orleans Cotton I :, hu ni;o. Chlcilgo lloald of Tunic New York shock llxchange. piuvai i: IHIIS Stocks-Ciraiii-(oton l.lhertjr lloiuls llouglit and Sold tlKolti 1 I'i I. KVSIlIt, Manager. Phone 7200 121 Kast Third 8, reel (Hotel Tulsa) OCEANS of STORAGE ROOM at NICHOLS New ItKINFOCCKM CoNCUF.TK FIKF.PllOOF STiillAUH J I ST COMPI.F.TF.D Private lockers for household goods. Largest padded Auto Vans for moving In city and coun try towns. Professlunul packers and cniteis. NICHOLS TRANSFER AND S T O R A G E CO. Phones Osage 1 17-1 IH-M7n OIL LEASES FOR SALE Have nil lease on SK 14 Bee. 1K-28-8 and HW Vt Hoc. 31-2S-8. Osage county, ahout four mile north of the 6,0on-bbl. gusher of the American Pipe Line com pany and recently purchased by the Cypsy oil Co. nnd associates for IdOO.OOO. Make Immediate of fer. Kdwln C. Huff, SU Colcord Illdg , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. HOPE ENGINEERING & SUPPLY CO. Reports on Ousollne Plants Ona Propei i.ea Physical Teats Made Construction and Designing Engineers Phone 7240 m VVklllllVJ Monroe Street, Chicago Itefliierles .ocuiisj al. Okmulgee, Okla, Oklahoma City, Okuw C'ushlnir. Okla. I !. High-Grade Crude at All Tim.. Albert H. Jonei a. Vlcu-l'res Hec. - Treas. - Ugr hu Ixillls KAVSH f'lTV. l( CMlVI IAMl, tl 514- KENNEDY BLDG.-PHONE 5673 Dug ctroio u m r 1 Tulsa CHICAGO KarS2xsCity Get Them KLHNISMED Like New llrass lleds. Chandeliers. Auto Trimmings, Htlvurwars, Burflcal and I "-ni.il Instruments. Plating, Poliihing and Lacquering 301 West ITrst Slreet All Metal Phnoe SI20 OKLAHOMA PLATING WORKS WIC ftlAltlild' EVI ItY PimiOI.Kl'U DEJIIVATIVB PHONE 4522 WESTERN Pin R OLEUM COMPANY C. H. A. Oca. C. Ackers. Iteslilrnt Msnsgrr. MIDCO OIL SALES CO. Illdco OH Itldg., Tuls,.. V4tnmuT , cb, PRODUCERS, REFINERS, MARKETERS THE AKIN GASOLINE COMPANY Manufacturers and Marketers of High Gravity Ca.ing. head Gatolinei Roxana Petroleum Co. PRODUCERS TULSA "TOP-NOTCH" OILS PHOENIX REFINING COMPANY TULSA, OKLA. Producers & Refiners' Corporation Succeuor to Economy Oil ana Refining Company J. F. CAMPION OILS I'llOMIT wo7-goa sot rosnnv iii.dg. American Oil & Tank Line Co. run. on, sUflsart.a si Ca'alisl TMalrlballai fMllsas Is Ik a Msrtlivsajl . ToU "M iH ! Mas oi 3la. prTTa tin SINCLAIR REFINING CO rnKULtlJM PRODUCTS TTMA, ORU 115 btnctalr Illdg. BRADFORD RIG & REEL COMPANY WOODWORK BOIiD TimOl till B1FPI.T RTORK8 COSDEN & COMPANY HIGH-GRADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Tul, SOUTHERN OIL Petroleum Products REFINERYYALE, OKLA. INDIA HO MA REFINING CO Refineriei at Okmulge, Okla.j East St. Louia, I1L IX'IJJA OFKICK 0S-e0 CALLAIS BCaXOINO ST. LOl'IS OFFICE. FKUEIIAL KE8KIIVK BANK BLIKJ. Lake Park Refining Company General Sales Office, Rial to Bldg Kana City, MUaourL Refineries at Okmulgee, Ponca City, Cuahiag and Jennings, Oklahoma Union Petroleum Company Refiners, Exporters and Marketers Tulm nffli-e! t'osden Illlf. Continental Refining Co. Producers and Refiners of Petroleum ProducU Bristow, Okla. A. A. Itollesinne. Pres. l,n TheTt-nln. Vlce-Prra. nd Pen. Mar. IK. . BARBER AGENCY CO. We urc nlvrnys In the nuirkcl for ietnilcuin iirodticls la our mra at seller's tunk cars. Quotnilons solicited on hlgli grTll, caslngtiesul and lilciiileil giisollne In our own I hi rmos earn. Ml.MMlAI-OUS, MISS. Hivcrsidc Western Oil Company MARATHON GASOLINE iMKiM Great American Refining Co. J flroleum I rocucts Idircry. Jcrnirfs, Okla Phone 8360 419-14 New Wright Bldg. MUSKOGEE ' I'I IIMNG COMPANY Muskogee, Oklnhoma Trct-o-Lite Saves Waste Oil 510 Mayo Bldg. Phone 5624 Cfompan AND REFINERS - OKLA. BKIIVICE pnoNB saia lOCW YORK IM Broadwaf omoAoo Ooaway Bid Oklahoma CORPORATION 100S Gall.U fildf. 'Phone 1940 A. B, COROORAIf Phone 440 I'hone Omc 2BSS SunlanJ Oil Company rFTIIOMU M PKOUFCTS ItcMinis .101-302-301 World lllds; SIS Kontti Itnuldcr St. Tnlsa, Okla - : soin l'l KI, OIL M'llltK ATIVO OIL pa ha funk wax ;asomk 1 ii i J I "! 1 v. i Jr HI ti !!'