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KKT YORK. rb. r-li numeral
lutl'm in foralgn etrhaufa mil Inana rli
lot! to 10 .f mot and tlm. itiuiiiij Hill
tjnollaln.bla at an a.ltanrs of hiil In""
and ti JO par (Ml. iKirsotiUd nialnlr
far twlaj'a erj li.tl.aa k4li marknl,
T)ii. thaw ot aetltiijr .nd
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l an tin toilet lliat Ik a b.MHn Is. p
tilr inlitht ti lmlfn.l bt Vineonst
fir. IMIOAMlt Thla KM MMM aUlMllM,
thn marl At retmi it an. firal ( 61
rn-eaaara and laeaing Into alaia t ayaUy
for lh balane. nf lb. aataroo,
Hallo wtr lh onl? import n I attaaka
to mar, Una I a doa"e of flrtnnma Mid bat
Itr aanlMn.ni on ihn nart of lb int.atora
aftd ipaeiilai .v riterraU. Their siosaral.
Umttli mi drmad liom tia prosr.aa (
Initial loglalallon
Naw York HUKkt.
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lfimaran lllli Iai Uless
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Am. On tl 61 tail att
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Am. I. tVirt. . 110 10H 107 101
An. Ioao 411 (
m. l.ln.Md .15 4s
Am. H It. . 3 07 61 n 01
Am. ftutar lint
Am. H Tob. ..II 02 01 'I hi
Am. T A T, .. 9ft BK Ur
Am. Toll 106
Anar (Vipper . 17 01 U HI
Atnlilwu 3 1 ! H3 D'JM
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II. N-o 933 110 llbf. 111
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n. K. tfd ..15 7i 70 U 77
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II H H 3 70 78 70
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ister. NlAd . 13 SI'.i 3.1 30
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i. Hlr1 .... St VT 40 40
l. Vflfl ... 37 S0J1 35 3S"i
N, V. tl tH 70 0H fid a;
N Y M H. .. 80 SHH 37 (4 27
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lldlc 'Oli 79 '.i 7H4
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B.-t? H. I. . . a 77 77 77
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ft. Hallway ... 00 S!SS 31 S S3
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H, Ocirp ,.t,.10t 105V 101 10IU
T. tloppar .... II 111 11'4 11(4
Taiaa l SI 501 1II0( 800
T P aidli. , II S7H M0 714
1'. I'aolflr ... 05 133 133 133
II. B It ). .. H3 H7 115 U M0
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If. H 1 A ... 01 10111 105 lOfl't
If. H. Ituliber . 117 ISHtJ ISO ' 137
IT R. flrel ...300 105S KltS 104 Si
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MI. (lopprr ... R 7f, 7 16 nil
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V. Union .... rt HK dflU HOU
v. Weotrid . 54 ; nn; 534
W..OfVlnd ..SI ' 311 SOU SH!4
Total aaloi 403,300.
i 111 J.
Kanata (lltjr Lira Ntock.
KANF'AH CITY. Vfb. 3 ir Ho.
MlpU 13.000 bead: inarkrl 13,000 liradj
.markal alaadr lu S.V hlirhnr ; l.ulk I4.N5
5S5'. Iirarlpa 1 1 8015 10; -nir.lluma
IU 5I5 I0i llghla Ill.lOfillUJO;
(Iflfl'oo 0W &01-0I l1' 3-0
Oalllc ItrerlpU 31,500 hran; marVH
alwa alow to n; olhiri tloa.ly lo 35o
lower; cholca lirary ilrora I4.75W10.35
medium SlO.SOlit 1 1.7&: oommon M.SOffi
1050: otiolea llaliti III 004J15 7o. wn.
J'i $5 85 (if 11. 00, liiilohera heltora $7 00
cei3.00; cowa 0 75WI3 50: Fanner
5.3575 ealrra I3 73(i 17 0OS (ee.
ra IS 3 Old' 13.00, atorkera $l.50tf 10 (HI
Khfep Keealpla H.000 liexl, market
S5 to 35o Inweri femlera leidjr! Iambi
17 75S(SOf.5; onlla It3.inl7.50;
yearling: wethert $16 S5 IS.nn ; rwr
$10,406(13.7..: enlla $5 355I0 35, breed
Inr nwea $5.00fl4 35 feader Iambi
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votn wouni. Ta, ii,. a. cttu
KerelpU S.300 bead market arllra and
aleadf: leetea I8.U06M3.50.
Hon Herelpla 3.511(1 lie-vls market
alradjri heart $l5.a5(rfi1o.50,
Sheep- lterplpta 1 000 mark at un
changed; lania flfl.MOf 1P.P0.
Kanaaa cr Qrtn. .
KANSAS CITY, Feb, 3 -Caih wheal
So lo 5 loweri No, 1 3 5S70. No a
3 53Cf3 55i No, 1 red 3.70Sr2.73i No,
8 $3.l)U(ff3 70.
(Vrn Je to 5 lower; No, 3 while $151
ffil.SS; No. S oiled $M3(l47i .No. 9
jelloif $1 5I1.53.
(Ula linohanredi No, 3 mlaed HOWOlei
Xti. 3 while (laiJDSo! No, 3 red UOcUtl.
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rWond 4W 00 54
Third t'4 00 51
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Vleiory SH 7 tl
Vklnry l4a . "7 05
Naw York Metal,
NRW YOUK fell 3 -Copper ateady,
eleelrolyll apot and firal ijuarler 18 5iSI'
10M aaaond iiuarler IDliKIUH.
Iron aleady, No I norUiern 45.50; No
3 northern 44 50; No. 2 aoathern $43 00.
ArilneooT I 1 50
Mrlivl etthanje nnolea leal nl'l apol
and Msr.ii H 50 hM II 75 aaked
,lno aaay: Kait Hi. I-.mli ilallrery apot
5 00 i.1.1. I) 05 aaked.
At Umdon f4iot eoppr.r 110 13a rid;
futiirea 131 7a lid elnotrolylle epel 13.1:
(iilarea ItS; tin apot 8H3 I7 nd; futurei
SHI ti fid; lead apol 4; 10a; fnlnrra 45,
iIm apol 50 17 od; fnlnrra 01 17a Cd.
Naw York Money,
VKVr With" Peli, 3 -llereanlllA paper
C alerllnic fid da bill 11 1:1 H; eom
inerrlal 00 da, I. Ilia on hanka $3 43a,
.Miimeretal 00 day Mlla $.143; demand
$0 104 I rablea $3 17.
t'ranr diwnand 13 57; rat. leu 13.55,
Hrlglan tranea drmand 13.59: eahle
13 57.
Lire demand 15.00, ral.lea 15 05,
Mark ilnnand I 13 i rablea 1 15,
llovemment Iwnda lircularj railroad
Uinda eaay.
Tloin loan elrnnf; CO day, t0 day
and fl month 5(rC5',,.
(Ull money alriing; hlh 10; low 14
rntln rale 14; rl.nliiK hid 15; offered at
10 loan 10; hank aoreptaneea 5
Kanaaa Oily l'rorlalon,
KANHAH CITY, I'eh. 3 llnller iin
oliaiiired; etlraa 57c, firata 55o, aeconda
53e. paeklnir 30e.
t"-t: firala lower 51e: raae lota $15 SO.
Poultry tmrhanifed . bene S2oi rooilora
1 B A( 3 1 r . hroller i5.
Pnlaloo iiiifliaiiffd $l75(d5 10.
It I'. IIunifM, illvlmon irmnnRnr (if
rnfliilna; (lormrimnt, Imn m turned
I from a Inixlriiim trip to Tola.
Jnemn I'lnton, prrwlilpnt' of thn
Mid -Co Hdlcpi lompdtir, I it biiBlnenm
I muor in i iiii.iiko,
I C. II. Hulllvnn, upwrlol rcprcMntn
, llvon nf i cflneiy Milne) nf Ihn Hln
) elftlr Conavillititteiil, wllh hcatl'i il r
I lorn In Chltitajo, In In th city til kin
I mm lnvuritory of thn roflimry Uuit
1 tlnn.
1 (1. A. Ijye. vlen nrimlilmit nf Ilia II
f. Wlloox (ill rtnu Co.. nan Jtirt r.
tiirnml from a lo-diiy liiliien trip,
rovlnwlmr tho iuit U'llnix propvrtira
Tn. IIh roriortji delay to o:nttlrH,
rttio litrHily lo eiifnaallVft rnoUlllro.
(Himlnif road! to h prnctPHily Im
pitlealliln. Mr. J In it full fleirtKAtl
Dptlmleit ami In rornpnrlnK Hrllncunt
I ii"M!ioiiiierii nay riAliBr urnl Ilaylor
I tvunlnN will tin glvon im emnrinnim
play tlihn AHitHon hy inmiiinlei whiinw
Ihnniiirili irit'tliod of lcveloilnn for
oil unit km liifwt niicnaan.
GLASS OUT FORSUFFRAGE
Miller 0i'iit ((f Woinoii Vollni;
Vow Vtk" Amciidmciit lUllfloitlnii
VAIIINHT"N. li. 2 'artor
tlln, knoivii iw lh bitter iipioniiiit
i'f women niiffrnKo. cimei'il Julilln
Hoti In nurfriiH" olrrloH hero toijHy by
(iriiltiaj rallfh iitbin of the Hiiaim II
Aiilluniy HiiipnilmMiit by iletmiomtb'
lKlnl(UiireH which liavo not yd
litkoii mich ctlon, on Ihn ttrounil
that tho ilnmocriitlr party rannot itf
ford to Iiihh tlm fiivoin of woninii
VOtt'M.
In a letter modn ptililio tndny nd
vlnlnir tho Ipitlnlnturo of hU homo
Miiln, VlrKlnln, to ratify Uio amond
mniit, ho ileolnrcil thai tho nlulcii In
which woman how havo tho bullpt
will bo tho plvotrtl ouch In the noxt
oltliin.
c
In the Oil Fields
CONT1NUKII ritOM PIIKUKUINU l'AOK.
Nfilr Wcli'flltn.
KlntrtvoiM tU compnny'.t No. 2 In
1-10-11 In in boon mulOn nliout 120
haritln otjmliirnl tho last few lr)M.
Now cloanliiK out to put to pump,
Hiimi fmaiKl nt from 2,63 lo I.uli'J
foot.
Huffy Sr Oillpiiplo lint matlo two
(x:ulioiu In 3-U-ll. Ilitvo a dry htiln
nt 3,212 fret 4n Um niMitliwcnt corner
of Uio Huuthtxint of tho Mouthwcat,
In lliirltlmriH'tt FtrM.
Tho ''W'timloult Oil coiupitny Ii
drllllnii n well lu tho northwont tut
Inimlou of thn Jliirklmrnntl fltdd.
Tho ilrllllni well In Inculud nwir
tllo center ot block 820 and In Just
HOiithtxint of tho llonoral woll, Tho
well at thlrt tl in o It down about 800
foot. -
N(Vir t'luit'Uinil.
Oypty OH ttiiuiKuiy rihot their No.
1 lu tho Miiithwotit nf 21-:i-7 on
Tlrurwduy. nhoolInK 2.1B!) to 2.R47
feet with 23lln,uort. Total ttopili
2,1150 fi-oU I'ttlmiitrd at 2G0,0fl0 foot
of imm (;(iiiiIiik from 2,560 in thn holo.
Nrnr Vale. .
MntrtinlU l'otnilcuin coitipany'
No. ti In the north cut corner of
the northwint MimthwcMt nnuthenst of
1-lJ-Ge reached tho .Skinner wind nt
3,108 feet. Mnkmt? 50 barrel
In Cnnl County.
Hutican l'etrolwim company't tent
In 22-ln-Ro 4inv a co'Hl nhnwlnt; ot
oil uivd kum at around 2,ii00 feel.
South of llrlHtmv.
In tho norUieiuit corner f Boiith
lifttt of southeast quarter of
on tho John DuvU leaac, Hknlly (111
company In drltlltut tin No. 1 at C3
feet.
With the Oil Men
la. I. JlarrltiKton, trorumrer of tho
OKIahoma rroduoluK .t HoflnlnK
corporation, lias returned from Now
York, whoro ho attended Uio npAclal
ACCOUNTANCY
Knroll Now Tho full Htnndardlzed TACK PACK Courses.
tatiKht hy pracllclilu Certified Public Accountants and lawyers.
bprltiK term begins January 30th. NlBht clawies 6:4f p. m.
Call for ilrserlpilvo biillutln.
Oklahoma School of Accountancy, Law
and Finance
SI3 M.W IANIKI IimiiDINO.
Phono 0iKo 3511. vni oklalwron.
Oil Producers, Attention!
New and Used
Pipe and Casing
For irnmediato delivery in sizes from 2 to 15'-inch
at reasonable prices
Feenberg- Pipe & Supply Co.
Phonca Oaage 4750, L. D. 80 519-21 East First
Tulsu, Oklahoma.
l,liuor iKcltlon 1'iilirbl,
WAHIIINOVON Fob. 2. Tim u
premo court today refucod lo rn
vlow tlm cno of l.iR'Uin C. Iiuith
Hir, thereby In effect ntlowliiK lo
Htnnd Ills conviction ut Kort Worth,
Texnn, upon ohhruin 6f trnnHportliiK
whUky from IiiiIsIiiiki Into the mlll
tiiry sumo NiirrouudliiK Camp llowln
lie wok Hcnlencetl to 15 motuhfi Im-prlHonrnerit.
atatllMa, 4 Ca.
ACCOUKTANIt
Spatial Alitalia la
Inrtimo Tax .Muttcn
r ), DOWIIIIC, reiM.at urtn.r. lotmnil, la
laiatia lai artaiial, Waialnitaa, D, C,
903 Elth.n,. Nitlaaal Daak "III.
mana CMtr 37
(Jlnaei Wants .Morn Alone)' to riuht
Inlcrnntloiml llootli'KKcr Siiiiik
kIIii IncntiHcN Ih Claim,
WAHUINOTON, I eb 2. flecre
tnry (llrtns lorlny nskeil mnKrettej for
12 000,000 for one in Mtuppli (ho
miiRKllriK uf llii(ir Into Hie I nlied
H fx A STTltiiiiient (imu (be d, vi
sion of customs accompanying "
reriuest an Id that berH'ine of IneuNOi
failllllen for coilnit with tlm nit
nation "iho inmntlty of li'iuor
aeir.ed was Infinitesimal In cniiiiwiil'
on with lb quantity nriuiKKled Into
tills country "
The runtoms service reported that
If It wh charKHil with tti duty of
pravnn'ltiaT the srniiKKHnii of on
trubaipl liquor prestnt forces it t all
portn would httvn to btt (niKincnUel
durlnat th next year
Hvory vessel arriving from forelKn
ports will be ihoioUKhly e.ii-roo I,
Iho report said, while rows will be
under surveillance wlvlle their ships
are In port.
Mounted Inepcntors will bo placed
on duty alon; Hie .Mexican and Ca
nadian borders In sufficient num
bers "to iHilrol hundreds of hlnh
wnys, paths and Hireams that af
ford easy means of eKretw for miiiuk
triers." A Inttor from thn t 'nlted Hlatot
marshal for tho. western district of
Texas, written to the attorney Ron
ornl under dale of Ieember 23
was nent to corktrees by the treasury
to show the need of ure t'er w.itch
fulness over the International boot
h'KKor. The marshal nald tlioro wits'
a veritable "reign of crime" at Ml
Pomi "principally with roeped to Iho
smuKKr,nK of liquors, opium and
morphlnn from Mexico.
ZUMWALT, WILLSON &
GARNETT
Certified Public Accountnnts
Hpeclal Attention to
KKDKUAh TAX PUOIILKM3
S10. 41-12 Kennedy Llulldlnc
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Phone Osiieo 6325
New Casing
FOR SALE
3,000 ft. 2-ln., 4-lb Ttlblntr,
hero
2.700 ft. 5 3-18 In., 13-lb. Tub
Ini;, here
10,000 ft. Oii-ln., 17-lb. Iron,
en route
6.07S ft. OH -In.. 13-lb. Iron,
en route
2.600 ft. CH-ln.. 20-lb. Iron,
here
2.229 ft. H-ln., 2 l-1li here
1 car SU-ln., 2S-lb., en route
1 car 10-ln 32-lb., f. o. b, Kan
ens 4,700 ft 10-ln., tO-lh., hero
10,000 ft. 6.,.n 20-lb en
rou In
K. 0. T. Exchange
7t7 Kennedy HulldlnR
Phono Cedar 500
f I WANTED
Good acrcai?o. Will buy or
drill whero thoro l.i chance for
production. Submit plat, p. o.
Ilox 125,
I- fEmoiiuivT IB
.REGISTER- I
US Aw-1 h'11 R1 of tire Petroleum Industry H
A ' in tire United State. Canada and Mexico I P
i&M T, incMr P'."1' "''""p 8 i i
t U J ptUolcum nd U ProducU. Natural Cm Catoline Manufacturer,. 1 I M
0.1 Pif Lint.Ccologi.t.. Manufacturer, of and Dltr. in Equip. I P I
mn, and the Memoenhip LiU of Oil Auoci.tiotu. ' 1 I I ! " I
lllmUm ,p StuatK'l Smm Will U : Found OmorthemiT. ntviret M IVJoclioav. ) . I II llt ' S
Conturoplion id Eaportt ot Crude an.J Ktfined Produtlt; Corapltt 1 I F I
Slalitti" of Mnico i OJ InduUry! P,we HorJu Ktiittry 1 v I II II 1 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 1 1 I ' 1,1
o( Tanatn. llaritt and Fltt o( the Principal Oil B 1 1 1 III 1 1 II 1 1 llll 1 1 1 1 1 111 ll; W
ltmat Cnpanift Covemmtnt Oil Requirement "J S I II III 1 1 II 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 II I II ' 11 9
'JJJ and OuVr Important Data. J , R III 11111 11111 Jjjjjjljll' S
S3 I PRICE $10.00 "I il
awirt. PUBUSI ED, ANNUALLY DY $ I I il II lllll ll
Krtie ttunty.
Oil Trade Journal Inc., il
KCn direct HOLLAND S. REAVTS CHARLES D. SPALDING S 11 II
.h ""cr'of OU( aJ. fV.W WArt D I III llll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II M
120 BROADWAY . ' NEW YORK mi
It Increases Rotary
Drill Efficiency
Goodyear Monterey Rotary Hose is de
' signed and built for specific duty with a
full knowledge of the exacting conditions
of service and abuse encountered in oil
well drilling.
When the G.T. M. Goodyear Technical
Man suggests Monterey Rotary Hose
for your rotary drill, he is not offering
just so many feet of hose, but a strong,
flexible, long-lived hose that will in
crease the efficiency and lower the cost
of your drilling.
He recommends it confidently for its
ability to withstand rough handling and
the enormous pressures necessary to
force the column of mud down the drill
stem.
The G. T. M. knows that Goodyear
Monterey Rotary Hose will successfully
combat the twisting effect of the swivel
because the ends are reinforced with
two extra plies.
Goodyear Monterey Rotary Hpse is pro
tected by a closely spaced wire armor,
soldered at the ends so that it cannot
slip. t
Goodyear Monterey Rotary Hpse js a
WTapped-ply hose of remarkable strength
and will render to the user a full measure
of sure, economical service.
Our Mechanical Goods Encyclopedia for
the oil field will be sent on request by
writing the Mechanical Goods Depart
ment qf The Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Company, at Akron, Ohio.
Tits. Goodyear Tire & Rudder Compant -
If You Are Interested in the Oil Industry
A AETHER you nre an Oil Producer, Refiner, or Marketer a buyer of Crude or
VV Refined Oil a Banker an Importer or Exporter an Investor, experienced or
prospective, a Manufacturer or Seller of Products or Equipment to the Oil Industry or
a man interested in the devclopmenttof the unlimited natural resources of the world
You Cannot Afford to Be Without the
Guide Book of the Petroleum Industry
The 1919
Petroleum Register
Now Ready for Distribution
Published by America's Foremost Petroleum Publication the
Oil Trade Journal
In his comprehensive volume there is listed accurate, detailed information regarding Refiners, Producers,
' Compounders, Marketers, Jobbers, Natural Gas Gasoline Manufacturers, Pipe Lines, Manufacturers
and Dealers in Equipment and Supplies, and Associations devoted to the development of the oil industry.
This register contains extensively collected data about
nearly 9000 individuals and companies engaged in or
serving the petroleum industry. The information includes
the name and address of the company, location of office'"
and branches, names of officers, capital stock, and loca
tion of properties, such as refineries, producing wells,
leases, gasoline plants, pipe lines, etc.
Carefully prepared statistics and interesting, valuable
Information are concisely recorded, regarding
397 Refiners
4028 Producers of Petroleum
1584 Marketers, Jobbers and Compounders
86 Pipe Line Companies
430 Manufacturers of Natural Gas Gaso
lino by Casinghead and Absorption
Processes
129 Producers, Refiners and Marketers
operating in Mexico
225 CamMa Operators
27 Petroleum Associations
551 Manufacturers and Supply
Dealers, specializing in the
making and selling of Equip
ment to the Petroleum In- '
dustry
The Statistical Section
BTlie Statistical Section furnishes the latest
obtainable figures, carefully prepared and clas
sified, on oil production in the United States
and throughout the world, exporting and im
porting records, range of oil prices, output and
input of refineries, output of gasoline, kerosene
nnd fuel oil, crude oil marketed, deliveries of
domestic crude, steamship fuel oil stations of
the world, registry of tankers, general informa
tion on oil shale and other vital information.
S. Bigger and More Complete Than Ever
The 1919 Register consists of 660 pages. This is an
increase of more than one hundred pages over the 1918
edition, It is the most complete work of the kind ever
published and an invaluable reference book for everyone
engaged or interested in any branch of the oil industry.
If It Has Anything To Do With Oil-It's In The
PETROLEUM REGISTER
To anyone entertaining even tle slightest? interest in the
oil industry, the PETROLEUM REGISTER is an asset
of inestimable value. Individuals and companies iden-
tified with the petroleum world cannot afford to be with-
, out it. It is the oil investor's guide book. It is the logical
advertising medium for manufacturers and dealers selling
equipment to the oil trade. It is the only authentic key
to every phase of the vast petroleum industry.
The size of the PETROLEUM REGISTER is 9 x 12
. inches. It is printed on coated book paper. Price $10.00
a copy.
Sent postpaid on receipt of price to any address in the
United States, Canada, Mexico or Europe. For conve
I niencc in ordering use the accompanying blank.
I
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nd, prepaid
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