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ruLSA Daily World, Wednesday, march o, 1021
m THE OIL fields!
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mi. ".il' In Tuls.i, which hns been
(ir. die beginning, tlio homo of
tho d' pendent refiner and the
cmUr in which all tho marketing
cf 'luuutri products revolves.
T .a much on tho program
t ,i wid bo of special Jntorost and
II, n, .a.nly bo demonstrated that
t, i, ,g itucoedH 11 Uu co-oporatlon
mi '.ic l' iion ahould bu thu.oiiKh.'V
tak. I) htart by ovory menibcr
i.rfijent becauao now Is tho time
f tr liui.y months of Iorsch and b.id
bus ii to boeln KettltiB back a few
of the dollata that have been KPent
In a vain endeavor to not bUBinciM
hcit buslnoss waa not to bo had.
The Western l'otroloum Ueflners'
BfjocSation Is mado up of men who
hvo had moro eourafio by far than
tho av- rage buslnena man and thece
men have seen durlnir tho last
m .n'hj tho profits of bettor duya
goini; tu tno bow-wows, nnd this on
acrount "f the prohlbltlvo freUht
j-ato will. Ii went Into effect bmt
August, and which waa proposed by
tlio pipe lines who desired nothing
tlso than the rate bo made bo hln
ag to restrict BhlpmontH from thn
ndd' ontmcnt flulil to a narrow and
limited territory,
llut now a readjustment of con-
dttlons has taken place, nnd thoro
a chatii-o that tho refiner evon
up tho score and win back BOmo o,
tlio territory which lio haa been
oMlgcd tu lot go ovor uliico the
freight rato went Into effect. This
readjustment has come about more
quhkly than mnny had forecasted,
but none too soon to have .tho oil
Inilus'ry and especially tho Indepen
dent ref.ncr who la always dependen
upon to keep prices of crude oil
wc ' within a parity of eastern
crude.
And now that tho demand foj
iCfined stuff has come nt last on
aeount of tho falluro of Jobber
evtrywhero to foresee a readjust'
mcnt and to foretell tho bottom of
tho market, and moro than all tho
failure of thes same Jobbers to fill
tho empty tankage, It la up to these
FAleanunaKcru, who aro with us to
day, to insist on a better market
and thus put tho Jobber who has
been rcvcllnc In big profits In u
position where ho belongs, namely
In a position of a buyer looking for
gasoilne and find that .the market
has strengthened overnight.
Thcro Is much in co-opcratlon aa
l.i sun by tho fact that tho Osage
lessees havo .roccntly put through
congress a law giving them title to
their holdings for as long as oil
and gas are found In paying uuantl
tits. That tho operators, by this being
meant the real oil producers, havo
brought about a staplo market In
crude oil by simply shutting down
tho drilling operations and aro now
(landing pat for a raise In tho prlcu
to at least J2 a barrel. They aro
aolng this very thing In faco of
tho fact that many of tho big con
cerns owning plpo lines and big pro
duction and refineries aro not play
Ins squnro and aro most roluctant
of any to shut down drilling opera
tions. This fact In Itself should show tho
'alesmaiiagcrs that whero tho price
H cut by Borne fellow In Texas oi
iiomo other foreign countries, that
H Is up to tho real roflner to over
look this fact and to make tho best
of things as they aro In splto of the
handicap of freight rates and low
prlres coming from Irresponsible re
finers who aro not to bo dealt with
ny moro than tho man who deals
In ell and makes a buslnea of claim
ing shortagoB Is to bo dealt with nnd
OIL AND GAS
Iram Bnppllra lrodartlon. Kto.
TV aro in the market for Okla
homa and Kansas production with
unliable acreage, but no Immcdlato
Jificts (o drill. Also Interested In
financing companies and individual
operators for Interest in producing
Properties, All Information and
COrmnondenrn rnnflilnnllnl. Par.
A '"Ml Oil company, Wheat building,
" Frt Worth. Tox.ih. earn IjiiIiI &
Hannon Advt.
For pale jfew and secondhand
t'K, gasoline plants nnd equipment,
MO'JS Htar drlling machine, l'hono
'AOO. I O. Box, 1387. Tulsa.
Advt.
Wan'cj Offset or close in shal
low acreage to drill. Must bo gilt
' I'urr Send plat unit all In
formation with first lottor or no at
Mllon paid to proposition . Art
ar, Hex 692-D. caru World. Advt.
1 oa'ft n'd V Iluv Any Tart of
ttuA l;rrelM Bettled or partially
9Mahoma production. All
bm?0" cnfUlonti.'U. Principals
w'y Call or write C. W. IJa.s A
u Haiuse, 207 Cosden bldg.. Tulsa,
Osago 9472 Advt.
Oil producer owning closc-ln
Properties wishes to got In touch
Jili', Plrly wno can n'90 money for
or mnK Address IJox 740-U, caro
nerll- Advt.
itVn.,f" buy oett'e'' production
, wnnr, p o. box 282. Tu m. Okl.i.t
Advt.
tJ?LJ'l?CkainB "Id line pipe
Violate, shipment out of s tocK
S. toV,n?tl.y V"8 rtp ttom 5
4 U i '"elusive. Casing from
Wt ..n,l , a Inclusive. Try ub.
" Mil for less Phone Osago 4750-
RuPDly t'o Dr,,.0,H PwnborB Pipe A
'm? aP'ttlon and tax prob-
il Carl t in "1 symematuing
twriv:1. V Hleo. CP. A. El? lfon.
&tdy ,.; ,1;"coi CP, A, 517 ICon-Wut In rudo prices has given thnilarrclf r mo iam, wnicn price, iy
Phono Cudur 237 Advticompany uu opportunity ot buvlntfitho way waa tho eamo that ho re-
Residence 2442
hcratisii .. .. i, , . .,
h "cu;'Vl n 1 1,1 n d',J 8 wor" !
wl'n the milesinfttiagcr.
ihere In mi interesting urogram
ohcad for today, nnd tho hows thnt
itcii i,eyman, secretary of the Wwl
crn, Petroleum Refiners' association,
tins resigned and Dint 11. rj. James
In on tho Job In hli Mend, nhnuld
be considered a rood omen or nt
Ivast Mr. Jnmos Mliould bo glen it
folr trial. Ho Is sure to be ox-ptt-itlriKlv
active where Mr. layman
be ex-
iwns ncouscd of holtiK "low, and the
' f"?p" n,' rrt ". o '"
ouneines, nnii tneso principally
ramd ... lha ,.rk(,,e- ' ,,.hl, ' .,
whn w.,1
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not be hurt In the IcaBt by any of
wirno snmu ettusions.
There should h n bunriuet to
night ho that nil of tlm nalesnian
agers can at least cnjdy thetnselvei
and be mado to feel that Tulsa hns
not forgotten how to bo hospit
able. Important Completions and
Developments at Duncan
Tho No. 1 well of Shullz and oth
ers, located In the center of tho
northwrst or the southwest of 79-ln-Ow.
Is shut down on top of the
sand fpr caning. The CSnnt and Tar
fotis wildcat well In 21-ln-9w is still
making around 1,000 barrels per
day and tho oil Is being run by the
Magnolia Petroleum company, which
hns Just completed n two-Inch lino
to tho well.
It Is reported that the No. 1 well
of Harry railing located In tho
southwest comer of tho southeast
of tho southeast of the southeast of
2D-ls-8w, tho No, 1 Ulades of the
Mc.Mnnn Oil compnny. located In the
Motithenst corner of tho southwest of
the southeast of 20, and tho No. 2
Ulades of tho Carter OH company,
located In tho southwest corner of
tho southeast of the northeast of
32, the fnrthorest south of any well
In the field, have all quit flowing.
This is causing somo apprehension
among tho operators, an all of these
wolls camo In with big Initial pro
duction In tho deep pay.
Tho No, 1 producer of tho McMnnn
Oil compnny, locntod In tho south
east corner of the southwest of 29-ls-Sw,
Is reported to bo having con
siderable water trouble, nnd It Is
not definitely known whothor tho
wator hns broken In from nbovc, or
In coming In from tho 2.200-foot
sand. I'lpo will bo re-run, nnd an
effort mado to cut off tho flow of
water.
The No. 1 Oln Lot well of Harry
Gordon, located In tho southwest
corner of tho southwest of 2S-ls-8w.
Is a well In sand from 2,219 to
2.22S feet, and Is reported to havo
swabbed 1100 barrels yesterday.
, The Carter Oil company's No. 7
Ulades, located In tho northwest
corner of tho southeast of tho north
east of 32-ls-Sw, nn offset to tho
No. 1 producer of Smith and oth
ers, Is repbrtod to havo been drilled
In yesterday. Tho well mado sev
eral flows and then bridged over,
nnd will havo to be cleaned out be
fore dny estlmato can bo nude of .
production.
In balling tho No. 8 well of tho
McMnnn OH company, located In tho
northwest corner of tho southwest
of tlm northwest of 33-ln-8w, the
well blew In with a big gas produc
tion, nnd Is now estimated to bo
mnklng around 25.000.000 feet ot
van. It is not definitely known
whothor this gas broko In tho cas
ing, or Is coming from tho deep pay
which wns topped at a depth o'
2.193 feet. Tho theory hns bee"
advanced that the blowing off of this
big gas jirnductlon has caused tho
nearby welln to quit flowing. How
ever, It haa not been proven as yet.
New Completions in the
Eldorado Field
Tho No. 1 well of" the Hoggs Oil
company, located In tho northeast
corner of tho northeast of the south
east of fll-17-15, Is roported to havo
found tho Ilussey sand from 2.148
to 2.178 rcet, nnd to bn looking llko
a failure. The well made one flow
about half oil nnd half water, but
tho production docs not look llko
It will develop Into a commercial
producer.
Tho Caddo Central Oil company's
No. 1 Ursmlctt. located In tho center
ot tho wost lino of tho northwest
of tho northwest of 32-17-15, Is re
ported lo bo good for. DO barrels on
tho pump. Sand was found from
2,lfil to 2,198 feet, nnd tho well Is
malting conslderablo water.
Tho No, 1 Itogers on tho Caddo
Central Oil company, located In the
southwest corner of tho northwest
of thor southeast of 31-17-15, Is n
25,000,000-foot gnssor in sand topped
nt 2.1C3 feet.
All of tho now completions nre
within a half mllo ofist and south of
tho Uussey well, tho original pro
ducer. Ticker Dope From
iVcy York
An lutcrestinir situation exists In
Texas Company, with tho listing of
tho 520.000 additional shares on the
stock exchange this month, being:
tho 10 per cent stork dividend re
centiy declared. The total outstnnu
Ing stock will bo 6.720.000 f,hnres.
This will bo further Increased by the
858.000 shares offered to stockhold
ors nt $25 n, share, bolng 15 per cent
PECK
ui niuir uuiuiiigH aim uriuKuiK we na market available,
aggregate outstanding stock to i n owned the biggest kind of
, 578, 000 shares. stuff In tho south end at Cushlng in
It Is understood tho $21,450,000 UjIP neighborhood of Shamrock,
coming from sale of new stock Is to when tn pririe shut down and
be used largely for buying crude oil tI)0k n0 oil for two weeks. Mr. Gll
nnd this ,1s favorablo oa nil exports niand mado a contract with tho In-
uouevo inni ior every ciinrar pui in
crude oil now will leturn a dollar
or moro profit lntor In the year. Hut
tho unusually heavy capital In
crease, meaning ns It dies, annual
dividend requirements of J 19.800,
000 If tho nresent $3 is maintained,
raises the iiiestlon of whether this i to Toledo, where the Paragon Hofln
rate enn be continued. Knrnlngs In n(? company, of which ho now owns
1919 were $18,071,410 and estimated n i,irKe share of the stock, refined
net for 1920 around $21,000,000, t,e oil and put It on thn market.
Tho 1920 profit are divided Into , He was ono of tlm big producers
operating profits of about $10,000.- In the northwest extension nt Hurk
000 nnd $5,000,000 received from tho burnett und built tankage nnd soon
snlo of tho Central Potrolouni so- ; sold his oil nt a price fur ahead of
eurltles owned by Toxas Company, .the prevailing price, when tho oil
Tho favorablo factors on Toxas 1 was being run Into tho 55, 000-barrol
Company nro no inventory problem ' tanks.
and outlook for profits from Its re- Ai d right now, In the new north
fineries. Toxas Company Is about wrst exenlon of the Homer field,
tho best self contained oil concern where 'Hire is no sjcb thing ns co
in tho country, its production being operandi and shutting down of
almost enunl to Its own refining ca- wells, Mr Gllllland Is storing his oil
pactty. In addition, recent sevrro and will more than likely get $4 por
'tide i.ll i limply on wli., li ili.' iv
Ii'ilng ir..'im H1..11I1I be 1 i il
I I'. Morjan I'd. air ilfcrlng
today fur sulisciiptliin n m-w lesuo
"t t:r.,uuti.fiOO llumliU' oil and lie
fining company two-) ear 7 per cent
k ' 1 '1 notes nt arid interest,
These tiotrn will commute tli
company's ii.Io funded debt and the
prni cfiiit will be used In purl to tv
',l,l ' oomimtiy current Indent-
''"In"1 Htitt to provide additional
nothing capital for tho liurnoeo of
etiuhtimr ir in ..iintihiiu It iitit..n
enabling it to continue Its puichiis
of current production of oil from
Its cutotner In the Mirlmis fields,
thus continuing production by such
custiimnrs and n regular supply of
crudd oil for tho ioinany.
The Humble till and Ueflnlnic
company, operating In Texan mwl
iOklahomn covers in Its oprrutiohM
uu in in on niKUiewi including pro
duction, trntisportslloli, icfinlng
and dtstrlliiiUnn. The present pro
duction is running nt the rate of!
40,000 ImrriN uf nil a (uy. -Krom
Houston rible Stock ltepurls.
Important Completions
in the Texas Fields
In the South item! dletrlct about
a mile and a halt west of the town
of South Demi, the Nn. 1 Htovull Is a
ISO-barrel well In sand from it, lis
to S.15I feet. This well extends the
pool about halt a milo to thu north
cast. In the Itrcckenrldgc district there
were a number of new completions
reported as follows: Tho Tuwe On
company's No. 1! Walker, located
about v mllo west of HreckenrldKe.
Is good for 1,000 barrels In the lime
irom 3,uu to j.joo reit. The No, 1
well of .Miller Harris In tho llreek
enrldge townwlte, Is good for SOU
barrels In the lime from 3,120 tu
3.160 feet. Tile l'nlo Pinto Petro
leum compnny completed a 200-bar-rel
well In Its No. 2 Cn'dwoll in thu
lllno from 3,122 to 3.17& leet. Tim
No. S Illnck of the Humble Oil .Vr
Itcflnlng compnny found the lime nt
3.280 feet and is good for .150 bar
rels. Tho Clulf Production com
pany's No. 4 A. Ij. Stoker Is good for
360 barrels after a fi0-iiiart slim
In tho lime from .1,07s to 3,119
foot. The No. 2 (Inrdner of C. 1'.
Itogers, located In a pool about -I
miles 'snuthweqt of llreckenildge,
good for S00 barrels after a 1 1 o
quart shot In the lime from 3,1 S2
to .1,220 feet, and tho wildcat test
of tho Arkansas Natural (las.com
pnny, locntod about five miles nortii
of llrcekenrldge, hns a hole full nt
water and will probably bo aban
doned at a total depth of 3,42
feet.
In the Ivan district, Stephens
county the No. 2 Kendrioks of the
Sun compnny found tho llmo from
3,285 to 3,295 feet nnd Is good for
300 barrels. Tho Mid-Kansas Oil
company's No, 1 Kirltland is flow
ing 100 barrels from the lime topped
at 3,375 feet. Tho Humble Oil :
itcflnlng company has a (100-bar-rel
well its No. 1 Spnln after
a 50-n.uart shot In the llmo from
1.365 to 3,400 feet, and tho Plantors
Itcflnlng company's No. 1 Johnson
topped tho llmo nt 3,232 feet and l-
good for 200 barrels.
Operations Around
Ilenrijctla
The No. 1 Harnett of W. U. Pino
located In the northeast corner of
tho northwest of 3-11-12 Is shut
uown at i.ms loot.
Tlm Kaunas fiult OH corporation
has a rig up for No. lo Jacobs lo
cated In tho northwest corner ot tho
northeast of tho northeast of
C-ll-12.
Tho No. 10 Jacobs of tho Azleo
Oil company, located In thn center
of the southwest ot tho northeast of
C-ll-12 is a rig.
Moffett and othors No. 1 D.
Hawkins, located in the southeast of
tho southeast of t-ll-12 Is drilling
at 1.780 feet. A show of oil was
found In sand from 1,255 to 1,289
feet. Same company's No. 5 Hawk
Ins, located In tho northeast corner
of tho northwest of tho southeast
of G-11-12 Is a rig.
French & Phillips No. 2 Pnt Sum
mers, located In thn southeast cor
ner of the southwest of the south
east of 8-11-12 Is shut down at 3;005
feet for casing.
No. 4 summers of French and
others, located In the center of the
south lino of the southwest uf thn
southwest of 9-11-12 Is shut down
at 2,725 feet.
Hewitt & llemmln nre plugging
back to shoot from n total dopth of
2,880 feet In their No. 1 Scott, lo
cated In tho northwest enrnor of
the northeast of tho northwest of
18-11-12. Tho shot will bo pieced
in sand which was found from 2,072
to 2,700 feet.
Reynolds and others No. 1 Har
nett, located In tho southwest cor
ner of tho southeast of 20-11-12 is
shut down for cn.ilng at 2,400 feet.
The No. 1 Johnson of the West
ern States Petroleum company Is
shut down nt 2,000 feet. Tho well
Is located In tho noithcast corner of
tho southeast of the northeast ot
H-12-11.
John II. Heboid Is spudding in
on his No, 1 Mlceo, located In the
northeast of tho northwest of
5-12-11.
No. s Simmons of Moses & Smith,
IfiCttlud In the center of thu north
lino cf the southeast of tho north
west of 7-12-11 Is drilling at 200
feet.
Experience a Good Teacher
OH men who have been operating
hero since tho Glen Pool and Cuah
,,,. ,i,. nre id.. onmiL-h to know
that there Is a way of controlling
production, and thus keep thn price
liiotln Olllllnnd of the Gllllland Oil
where It neiongs. as nn instance,
company, hns happened to havo
owned very large production in too
;jays when oil was low In price, and
dinnhoms. and It lalil a lino to Uk
mulgco, nnd his oil was run nt a
fair price.
He had big Btuff at Augusta, Kan.,
during tho flush production days,
and was not long in making n con.
,t,net m mn his oil. common carrier.
1 1 Hcil li.r the last 1 tl, ,f n. t
uut of Mi.mge In tliu f .d
Hi. Is nut ilrlilinx ,i Wi U m Kin
sns, Oklahoma m Tex.is .u tin ,mim
enl time, nnd Is thus e n'i'i,Hlli
to the limit.
"Oil Will lie Kino" i
Hy IS. L. TlUcN
lln the bottom ha In . n t. a. lied
no lot's all pull tug. ili i
It's been s rough old siniin Imt in w
looks like falriM wi,, In i
Koiget what you hae I..! m what
you might hae uiadi ,
V0 it shovel for your dtgm . it Will
hold moio than a i .idi
Don't Kit off all "mud. iic headed
and begin to sow wild ..U '
Show your banker that i u n trying
to rut down your I.mus and
notes. 1
Tell your friends that things 1. ok 1
better; disss Jour fuiwn and '
wesr h smile; i
You will feel that life wrih llv n
after boortln' for a wh.lc.
l.'s your head and plan the- filiate
so you won't be In a rut. I
When tlio pipe lines start to bidding '
nnd the price stsrts to go up, I
I'or Its golft' to raise, that s iinatu
and you can bet your diamond
rlnx
We who stay will have a million,
within five years oil will be
king.
Gel Good Wvlls in the
Florence Pool
Tho Carter-Cnllahnn Lewis wnll,
located In the northeast enrnur of
the southeast of the southwest of 2U-21-5,
Florence pool, Kan., is good
for 800 barrels on tho swab. Sand
was found from 2,321 to 2.323 feci.
Tho No. I well of tlio Tidal Dnvi
company's, an offset to the new pro
ducer In still swabbing 400 bar
rels. The Inlnnd Oil company hns t
hole full of oil In Its No. 1 Davis,
located In the northeast of thu
i southeast of 20-21-6. Sand was
found from 2.325 to 2,327 feet, and
tho well will b.) completed In the
i next few dayti.
Tho No. 1 Snvngo of Davis and
othors, loeated In the center of tho
north line of the northwest of the
northwest of 2S-21-5 found the sunn
fropi 2,821 to 2.825 feet, and !
swabbing 1.500 barrels.
In the Okmulgee District t
Howard nnd others have a rig up
for No. 7 Hentlo, located In tho
southwest corner of tho northwest
of tho northwest of 31-12-12.
No. 2 Hontlo nf thu Adcock Oil
company, located In the northwest
corner of tho southwest Of 31-12-12,
Is a rig.
Graham and others are shut down
to shoot In their No. 1 James, lo
cated In tho northeast oorner of tho
southwest of tho southeast of 11-12-12.
Sand was found from 2.258
to 2.2C7 feet.
Tho Haglo Pitcher Oil company
have a hole full of water In their
No. 3 ISentln nt a total depth of
2,725 feet. The well Is located In
the northwest corner of tho south
west of 30-12-12.
The No. 3 Polk of T Neal. lo
cated In the northwest corner of ,
the southeast of tho northwest of
.1-12-13. Is shut down nt 1.7C0 feet
on top of the sand.
Tho Hose Petroleum compnny
found the sand topped at 2,125 feet
dry In their No. 1 Holleymnii, lo-1
rated In thn center of the south lino
of thn southeast of tho northwest of
5-12-13, but Is repotted thnt they
will go deeper.
New Development in the
Deancr I'ool
Tho Umpire Hcflnlng company
havo u rig up for No. C, Jefferson,
a twin location, located In thn cen
ter of tho enst lino of tho southeast
of the northwest of 1 CI 1-11. Same
company has a rig up for No. 7
Jefferson, locnted In tho center of
tho east linn of tho northeast ot
the northwest ot lfi, also havo n
rig up for No. S Jefferson, In the
renter of the southeast of tho north
west of tho same section.
A New Well in Deancr I'ool
A most Important extension of
the Deancr pool, 13 miles southwest
of Okmulgee, Is a well of the At
lantic Petroleum corporation. In the
northwest qunrtor of 10-11-11, which
Is flowing 2.000 barrels dally lfi feet
In tho sand found nt 2,640 feet. It
Is tho faithest west of any well In
tho pool nnd was rated ns n small
producer beforo being drilled In to
day. The production of the Deancr
pool Is now 15,000 bnrrols per day.
TJ'i7i the Oil Men
Chnrles A. Gustnfson. president of .
Anderson and Gustnfsnu, Is due In j
Tulsn within a few days and Is
likely to make somo Important nn- j
nouncements within the month.
Hiram H. Frederick, formerly with j
the Oil Well Supply company, who
now lives at Ilolbrook, Ariz., has
returned from a visit to Los Angeles,
Cal where he was tho guest of Al-
bert Drown, formerly district mnn- j
agtr of the Oil Well Supply com
pany here.
Charles Hon Kollty, at head of
tlm Pierco Oil corporation here, I
sends tho following very cheerful i
announcement to this desk: "It may
bo of some Interest to you to know
that tho Missus nnd I had nn addi
tion to our little family Monday,
said addition being n bouncing baby
girl. Sho arrived at CO temp, and
on 97 per cent strappings, and her
name Is Patsy Jtno Krllty." Hero's
hoping the young lady a long life
nnd nil tho happiness and Joy.
thore Is. '
Word has Just been received of
tho death of Fred W. Knstman's
father at Patavla, N. Y., who was
killed by being run over by a train'
Fred Kastmnii was employed In the
lonso department of tho Pralrlo Oil
& Ghs Co. here for a number of
years, resigning a year ago to go
Into business for himself, nnd now
resides at Wlnflold Kan. Mr. Hast
man will havo tho sympathy of
many friends In tho oil business In
Tulsa In his boroavoment.
A California!! Is the Inventor of a
cloth saturated with a polUli tlm'
removes rust and tarnish from
metals without rubbing.
Ilolglum expects to get moro than I
1,500 rnetne loas of rcton this year j
from tho Kongo nenrly thrco times '
last year's production,
Woman After Simitar
Toga in MisHisHippi
.Miss Itcllc Kearney
Mis Hello Kearney of Madison
count. Mississippi, has Hnnoiin
her iiindldsi y for the sunt or Sena-
tor John Shnrne Willuims. Williams.
ono ot the most pmiittnont senators
ri din the south, has declined tu inn
for re-elei linn. Kx-Henstnr James
K. Vnrdamaii and ox-Uov. Theodore
t. Hllbo will oppose her. She will
run on a platform Including nn lu
doisetnent "f a leagu" of nations.
DEFER WATER BOND PLAN ;
Petition for l-ui of $'.'011,111) In 1IJ
Itni'hnl by I'liy Inuls lYIilny. I
Action on the non-partisan water .
cnmiillmloirs request foi u lioml in- 1
sun ot 1200,000 lo Improve the t
present waterworks pump station, (
was not taken by tho mayor and
city commissioners Tuesday, ns an
official prenctitHtlon of tho nuttier j
was postponed until Friday. I
Money deTlved from this b'ond 1
Issue Is to bo used to add filtration
units, greater clear water reservoir
capacity, and another pump for the
station Improvements that will bo
necessary even though some source
of water supply other than the
Arkansas river Is obtained.
A novel wrist purse Is made of
soft rubber with n silt acrnss the top
through which coins uro inserted or
removed.
MCitot.H TitANHri'.rt
MIOltAdl. CO.
AMI
Cratlnil Parkins. I.iruriit Movlm
Vna and K.prti Iron Iickara fori
I 1 Ul... lll.l U 1(1. ,
III. Ilolil
n I'roiiiUe AImitb IrOfU
I'llOMi 1 17-1 IB.
IRONSIDES
A Sturdy, Hardy Rubber Belt for Oil Well
Drilling that
Starts on the job.
Stnys right with il.
Asks
Gives
service.
Compli'lo Slocks Carried by
OKLAHOMA TOOL & SUPPLY CO.
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
HIGHWAY PRODUCTS
Haw Coslnghead and CnslnghcAd Iltends,
Wo sell only guaranteed gasollno ot our own manufacture from
our nine Oklahoma plants.
0-9313 L. D. 128 207ll Lynch llldg,, Tulsa.
CHAS. F. NOBLE OIL & GAS CO.
OAHOLINH WITH THU PUP
Producers nnd Hoflneis of Crudo Oil nnd Manufacturers Caslnghcnd
Gasoline.
Main Office. Tulsa, Okla.
OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY
1CN1D, OKLAHOMA
High Grade Petroleum Products from Garber Crude
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In mnrknt for potrolouni products.
MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.)
First National Hank Illdg., Tulsn, Okla.
Local Tulephono Osago No. 2780
Long Distance, .. 1). No. 158
Purchaser of nil petroleum products for oxport.
HALLS OFFICI2S:
New York No. 01 Hroadwuy Paris Continental Hotel
Uxport Terminals at Avondale, Now Orleans, Im,
COSDEN & COMPANY
HIGH OHADH PHTItOLl'.UM PUODUCT8
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Kansas City Structural Steel Company
Itoflnery Kiiulpmont Storage Tanks Structural Steel
6 to 55 thousand barrel tanks ready for Immedlam shipment
Local office, 203 Hit hards llldg. Tolephono Owigo 8488
General office, Kantian City, Kaunas.
CONSTANTIN REFINING CO.
General Offices. Tenth floor, First National Hank Illdg.
Henneries, Tulsa, Devol.
Phone, Oxiuo C020.
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufacturers CnMnghead, Absorption and Hlrnded Gasoline
Phono Osngi) 0220. Tulsa, Okla.
WHITE EAGLE OIL AND REFINING
COMPANY
Bales Office PHODU HUH AND Mil INI2IIS Main Office!
Kansas C ity, Mlusoun Wichita, Kansas
AD CLUB FAVORS OPEflA
I Hurls of Itols'ii ll'div 'ih-hh win
rtitltirf incut of rule SinMciy.
I mintniniis cud"! seim nt nf I-.'
I Urging here of the t'hluigo iliuml
.. i.i 'inpiiiV Msrch 111 snd 22 !
It.. Inn llnlrri Carson f"r the In noflt
i Hi.' Tulsa bos' home, w.ie gl'i.
I v i in- V( ilub at It neckl luin h
i ti Hint meetlnu In t'le tlibronin
' Ili'trl Tulsa Tuesday noon. W
1" St.il.l, an anient Wnrkii In liehmi
' I1.,, iii.vs' home, made the t.
I i n . tin-ill and asked Hint the A.I
it! l ive Its moiMl support to tin
i..'.-ie The cluli dl.l not, how
iv '. iti'l.irso the piogtiiiiis f"
w 'i .I'liertleltig is now b, tug so
i,. t(,
M t nf Tuesday's me. ting wn
lb . i.i to "experience' talks in
Ik.i n.l.crs.
I FUTURE OF U IS BRIGHT
Dr. (.nnlmi o Spiiili nn I'liluro nf
' tlio t nUcilly I'rlilny Mglit.
I Dr .1 M. dordon, piesldrnt of
I the l'nlerslty of Tulsa, will speak
i. i Hid fnlvenilty of Tulsa, Its
p.. si nt and future, at the monlhly
m. etliig of the Men's i tub of Ttlnltv
i I inscopal church nt fi SO o clocs
I'liVdav evening. IC. P. Marshal.,
in im.griim chahmnn fm- tin cvn
inn, will Introiiuce Doctor (lordn,,
imt i all upon i iintrllnili.iH of spe
cial music. Preceding the program
I tlm biislnes session will lie In
charge of I'illo 1,. Do' .-. pieshlenl
xno (iinner will oo s.-tveii nj nm
-i..-i, n-""'-" iy i- '....
Arnold.
For use on toilet tnbles a new per
fume ntomlrer works on tho pump
principal without tho use of a Mill
Iter bulb.
IP
STRANDBERG
McGREEVY & CO.
MIOMIICILS
N.w York Stock tCirtmnt.
CM'-AKfi llimril tit Trmln.
Kw Orl'Mi. Cotton I'lrhtnt.
PKIVATI3 WIHKH
STOCKS, OltAIN, COITON
l.lbntr llnmlii llniiclit snd Said
I'AI'I, It. IIIMIN, Mnn.i.r
PHONi; 7200
111 ICuU Tlilril St. (ItuUI Tut.,!
-1
Houston. Fiblo
8c Company
Of Kansas City, Mo.
MKMiinns Nnw TortK
STOCK rcXCHANGR and CHI
CAGO HOAHD OF TKADH.
Stocks, Ilonds, Grain nnd Cot
ton. Standard OH nnd Hsb
sldlary Stock. New York and
lloston Curb. Liberty Hands
Hnught and Fold. Private Wires
CHAS. IK CIIOTCHKTT, Mgr.
Telephone Onagri 1)200. No. II
FjiM Fourth 81.. Tulsa, Okla.
i
no fnvors.
Uniform
Delivers the power.
Shows economy.
Wcnger Armstrong Petroleum Co.
MAItKHTRIlH
Triinsportntlon Hide.
( blingo. III.
Union Ar. site Illdg,
Plttaburgh, Pa,
Dsntel Itldg.
Tulsa, Ohio.
UNrON PETROLEUM COMPANY
ItKI'INKllH, nXPOHTUItil AND MA IHCI5TKIU1
Tulsa Office, Costlen llldg. Phone 440?
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
OOOD
10-1I MAYO JtDDO.
i ACME PETROLETIM fin.
Chleao Office: 910
Kansas City Office. Tulsa
iui necuruy inug. 303
i wnii uu uah nil K UltOHls.NK, NAPHTHA. OAKOMNQ
WHITE OIL CORPORATION
PHODtTCHIiH AND UMFINKMfl
ltOMIt OFFICK. No. 68 Ilroad Ht.. New York
IJ9 Kennedy Ildg., Tulsa, Okln.
INDIAIIOMA REFINING COMPANY
Henneries at Okmulgee, Okls., Knst St. Iitils, III.
IT. LOUIS OFFICII! FI5D15HAI. ltnffKltVll HANK III.DO.
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
IMtODUOraitH AND ltnFINRHH OF "PA11CO" rtSTKOLEUM,
PHODUCTH
New First National Hank llulldlng. TUIJ1A, OKT.A.
SAPULPA REFINTNG COMPANY
PHONiyi OH A O R 8700-01
Manufacturers Prttoleum Products Males Dept.
712 New First National Hank Uldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Itnflnerles located nt Okmulgee,
Okla., Gainesville, Texas.
BnJefi 6fflc Phono 7000; 418 Unity llldg, Tulsa, , Okln.
LivinffstonRefiners Corporation
I'ltODUcniiH minNniin MAitiasTnits
All Products of Petroleum. All 1'lioncs Oooco 0120
General Offices, Tulsn, Okla.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
CORPORATION
It. J. fiHAHPR nnd H. T. MUHHKIt,
ROXANA PETOLEUM CORPORATION
PUODUCFiHH AND HF.FmF.rtB
Ht. Louis, Mn., Arcade Illdg. Tulsa, Okln., Mayo Dldr.
Chicago, HI., Continental Commercial Hank Illdg.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
nKFINKUlHH AT CUHIIINQ
fUJos Office, 208 Mouth iAiJalla ttlrcet, China go.
THE PURE OIL CO.
Itofinorlea at Cushlng nnd Ardmoro.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CAIU1 I.HAHED, miPAIUMD AND IIBHUILT
Geo. V. HrlBhnm, Southwest Itepresrntatlvn, 1004 Daniel Illdcr.
Works: Coffeyvllle, Kan. Telephone 1110
CHICAGO CLEVELAND
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
TULSA
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
nKFINHItH OF HIGH HHT GIIADK LUHIllCATINO OILS
LUIirtlTH LUHUICATHS niGHT
Sixty Per Cent Hotter Inibrlcatinc Than Any Other Oil
General. Office: Arcade llulldlng St. Louis, Mo.
OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
of America
Pr.THOLF.UM AND ITS PHODUCTB
Pales and Uonernl Offices, O. 1'. & It. Hulldlns
Tulsa. Oklahoma
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
PKTHOLUUM PHODUCTS
Tulsa, Okla., 215 fllnclalr Illdg. Now York, 120 Ilroadway
Chicago, Conway llulldlng
BROOKLYN OIL
riioDucnita
Cedar 12 Codnr 12 '
315-117-319 Hoblnson Hldg.
MIDCO HLDO.. TULSA. CONWAY niiDO., CHICAGO
M1DCO OIL SALES COMPANY
9 Lubricating Oils of livery Description, Including Filtered Stocks,
I'eiroiuium Jens' una wax,
'HODUCKltH UiiFINKRS MAHKRTKItS
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PKTHOLKUfd AND ITS PUODUCTH
General Offices! Ft. Worth, Texas Hcflncry: Ardmore, Okla
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
AKFINKIia OF HIGH OKADH CItUDR
PONCA CITY, (VCLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
PnOMlT SEHVICR
107-808-80) COSDHN 111.1)0.
BIGHEART PRODUCING & REFINING
COMPANY
MANIJFACTUHF.ItS ALL PKTHOLTJUM PRODUCTS
Itlgh Grade Lubricating Oils, C Under Stocks and 1 termed Wax.
Executive Offices. Ninth Flour Mayo Hide,. Tulsa, Okla.
Refinery, Hlgheart, Okln,
PHILLIPS HIGRADE REFINING CO.
PHTr.OLEUM PHODT CTS
Refineries Sales Offlcfs, Tulsa, OUIs,
Okmulgee, Oklahoma First Nat l Hank III Jr.
I
Andrews 71ldg,
Unllas, Texas.
GASOLINE
rnoNn onAon 4s
Mouth Michigan Avenue
Office. Dallas, Texas
Aleo Hid. B00 HOger Illdg.
Oklahoma City, Cushlng, Panes. City.
ltesldont Agents.
Phone SSSt
ARDMORE
& GAS COMPANY
Cedar 672
TjllBa, Oklah6ma
Phon'ee '.Sir
Phono Osace 906

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