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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921
Kin the oil fields Office 6241 W. H. Oil. MAHKRT QUOTATION lnntylanl '! ''0,n'r ' rmatla t M itlnola i . r-ansiU " Kan... fc Okl 1.18 J. 51 I.TI i afcell ,. F mrat !. Htalriton l.M 1 no concirana licit l.to tuiUnrt l1) CorMcnna haary ,7) Sifth Um .. J. Kiectra 1.T5 nth l-imn. ItiilUn ... I' rmoutn , ri ocMon . nun Mrou 2.41 3.11 Ml J.H l.ll Moran Hf 1 Ilurkbumttt .. I.TI lltnllt 1.14 Hangar l.tS llanryattk .... I.7S Oklahoma's Most Expensive Luxury IVyond a doubt, the corporation c i.tmlM(on of Oklahoma Is costing the cltlxcns of this stnto moro hard coin evory day In tho wcok than all the numerous grafters that bcloitK t.i h political bunch that has boon runnin? thlncs In Oklahoma for ma-'V years, "and tho said corpora !o" commission, If It sot Its Just desserts, would bo cither kicked "but t rt:ly, or clso Investlnatod ns to v.b It Invariably decides against thn pc pie, and in favor of tho corpora tors, A short tlmo ago there wns a hearlne beforn tho corporation com mission wheroln tho roflncrn were iklnB a revision' of tho rate on pe troleum and petroleum products, rndo and refined, both carload and liss than carload. Tho oil men naked that tho same rates bo estab lished on the railroads na during tho fcilornl control, nnd that had been pre lously obtained for the nonfed eral linos subject to tho subsequent advances authorized by tho govern ment. The hnsln of this sehedulu of rates, nr, ordlng to Clifford Thornn, Is a r mt analysis used In the figures that were orlglr.allv compiled by a sn dxt'flnn for tho Santa Fo railroad, anil from this the corporation ronv t dsslnn wan asked to put In effeel n Fihedulo of nates believed to be f.iir.and reasonable both to tho rail roads and to the oil Industry. It wns shown the oil Industry was die Kreatest asset tho stato of Okla homa possessed, and It wns mado plain thiit rates now In effort were fr.m one-fourth to one-third higher thnn any other stnto In tho south west but the corporation commls f:en has finally decided to let things alone until next .June, at which time they pretend that them may have been nn opinion handed &ot by the supremo court In rt.;nrd to the rUhts of the various slatrs In nmk lrnr rntes. Tho corporation commission, In other words, preferred not to oven up rates In Oklahoma with Kansas, Arks.nsns and Texns, and do it now. but to mako the oil mon wait until .nmotlmo In tho dim future, and In the meantime throw everything Jo .the pipe lines. ,,. it m rnt tho ra lronds millions In money in the business thrit they will not get, anu win prevmi. erles from shipping crudo to tho re finery from the fields. Kven now tho .railroads aro naif - o infsn.nra with oil men so that 'a fair agreement may be reached, nnd theso railroads aro rail- roads tnnt aro un-cuuy i i A1,1.V.niii tnrlilfltr I OH. The meeting In Chicago, wjilch Is brinRlns together, a commipmrum i. n...i,int nunnclntlon ana re finers may also bring about better raid, but not In a thousand years can tho corporation commission or Oklahoma, Uth Its i majority of to to one. be counted on to do any thing for tho peopio oi uu And In tho meantime the corpora tion commission Is getting an appro prlatlon of $175,000 from tho legis lature richt now and tho big end nj OIL AND GAS tM.W Soppllw Prorfurtlen, IK. I am familiar with tho geology of southwest Arkansas nnd in a po sition to block 10,000 acres on geo logic structure, llavo had sovcral years experience In geological work, and have specialized on tho struc ture ami origin or tno norm i-uuim-ana and south Arkansas formations, Pnrtv nr nirlltH WnntOd tO flnailCO, Will do leasing for small salary and ntr..t Im lnnaPll. Cull O.SSEO 9 1 0J or address J. A. Murphy, 23 Vi West Urst. -Advt. wv. in In tK market for Okla homi nml Kansas tirodUCtlan with driiinliin ncrpairo. hut no immediate offsets to drill. Also Interested in flnani-lnir pnmnnnlttl nnd Individual operators for interest In producing nrooertles. All Information anu corresnnndenco confidential. Car Urn oil comDany. Wheat building, Vort Worth. Texas, euro ladd & Hancon. Advt. Wanted to buy: Royalties from ownern only. M. It. Travis. auvi. Wanted Experienced, capable, atwirtnion caslnghcad engineer, Good plant, nlcoly located and want an operator who knows tho business. Writ giving experlenco, references and talary expected. P. O. Box "2102, 'U1M UKia. AUVI, Oil producer with 100,000 cash wm purchase production wun urni Mo acreage from principals only Bubmtt dotalls. Address bos 675-D ca.ro World. Advt, 'or gale New and secondhand Pipe, gasoline plants and equipment, one 2! Star drillng machine. 1'hone Oxage 7100. 1'. O. llox, 1987, Tulsa, AOvt, Oil producer owntng eloso-ln Properties wishes to get In touch with party who can ralsa money for drilling Address Dox 749-D, caro worui. -Advt, Wanted to buy settled production l reasonable prices dlroct from wncr. 1'. O. box 282, Tulsa, Okla. "UIU for Bale Casing and Una pipe for Immediate shipment cAit of stock n any quantity. Lino plpo from 2 in. to 8 In., Inclusive. Casing from it In. to to In., inclusive. Try us. " "on ior less. i'hon Osago 4760 !. L. D. 80. Keenberg 1'Ido "UDIily Co., 619 East FlrBt at.. Tulsa, .for your depletion nnd tax mrob iiTrr.oft0iCiuntlnK an systematizing SlI.crl I- Rico, C. P.A..617 Ken- uiag. i-non fipaar 27. Advt, PECK Residence 2442 this comes from tho taxes paid by tho oil men, Refinery Statistics for 1020 A census of the roflnerlcx bv lbs United Slates bureau of mines shows mat on Janunry 1, 1921, 4K. plants wero completed with a dally capa city or 1.SS8.S00 barrels, while nn December 31. 1919. there were onlv 32S refineries operating with a dally capacity of 1,714,395 barrels of crudo Oil. Tho United States geo logical surVey reports tho ontimnted production 'of crude oil In the Unit ed States for 1920 an 4 13,402,000 barrols, this being a dally average of 1,211,481 barrels. It Is Interest ing to noto that tho dally average refinery capacity oxceedit the doxies tln production of petroleum by 077, 000 barrels. During tho year 1920 tho netro- leum refineries of tho United States ran 61.130.210 barrels of Mexican crude oil and 2.513,071 barrel of .Mexioan tops through the stills. The dally average production of gasonno during 1920 was 13,310.291 gallons, nn Increase of approximate- ly ',5(10,000 gallons dally over tho production of 1919. Exports and shipments of gasoline for 1920 of 1,800,000 gallons, this being 72 per cent larger than tho dally aver age for 1919 and an Increusn of 15 over 1915, Domestic consumption of gnsollno for 1920 exceeded 1919 iy 818,000,000 gallons, an Increase of 24 per cent. Stocks of gawllne nt tho refineries are approximately 16,000,000 gallons mote than those of December 31, 1919. Tho dally average production of koroseno for 1920 was 76,000 gallons ess than tho production of 1919 Dally nverngQ of exports nnd ship ments of koroseno for 1920 was 328,- 000 gallons less than thoso of 1919. Domestic consumption of kerosene wns approximately tho satno as 1919. Stocks of koroseno on December 31, 1920, wero about 5 1,000,000 Gallons larger than' tho stocks of December 31, 1919. ons nnd fuel oil production for 1920 shows nn lncreaso In the dally average of 3,ooo,oou gallons moro than In 1919. Exports nnd ship ments for. 1920 wore Increased 2, 000,000 gallons dally over thoso of 1919. Tho dally nvcrago domestU consumption of gnu and fuel oils for 1920 was 1,08.1,138 gallons moro than for 1919. Tho use or ruol on for bunkering vesseltt engaged In for elgn trade during 1920 was 8 per cent larger than tho amount used In 1919. Stocks of fuel oil nt the nd of Doccmber wero I23,ooo,ooo gallons larger than the stocks nt the first of the year. Tho dally average production or lubricating oils was Increased iy 640.000 gallons, for tho yenr 1920. Tho dnily average of exports nnd shipments of lubricating oils wero Increased by 305,691 gallons. Do me.ttlo consumption of lubricating oils Increased 113,026 dally. Stocks of theso oily wero Incrcused 23,000, 000 gallons since tho first of tho year. Include Bur bank Acrcaye in Next Osaye Lease Sale UUItDANK'. Okla.. March 11. Tho next auction salo of oil and ga leiiKCs of Osago Indian lands win tnc uao a conHiueramo ncronge In tho llurbank locality, according to lfcnl oil mon, and hecnufco or tno big pools opened hero by the Car ter Oil company and tliO' Marland OH company this acrcago will no doubt bo of great Interest to tho big concerns. Nono of tho stuff, to tho cast of Hurbank, has yet been len.tod by tho Indian deportment, but with, tho Osage trust period ox tepded for 15 years from 1931, or until 1916, tho indications ar that tho bidding wilt again bo brlslwhen this Stun la oticrcu unuer inu nun, mor. The two pools, adjacent to itur bank, now havo a total of 15 pro duclucr wolls. with a total nroduc tlon of B.000 barrel.1, nnd with 34 wells cither drilling or rigs up ready for spudding In. There aro also six gas wells In this locality. The gas nrndiictlou from tho deen Kind r.hows from 15,000.000 to 2u.u00,00o cubic feet ner well and from the more shallow sand from 760,000 to 12,000,000 cunic rect. i no on ironu, at tho present time, is paralleling tho Santa Ko railroad Into Our- bank, iiouth nnd southeast towurd this town. : It Is estimated that tho averngo cost of drilling a well, at tho pres ent time, In this locality Is around 50,000. Tho 34 wells now drill ing, theroforo, means an outlay of $1,700,000, and In tho proven area of the field, thus far lonwed, there aro something like 150 wella to be drilled, or nn nddltlonal expenditure In this neighborhood of $7,500,000 for tho drilling alone. Theso fig ures show something of tho activity in tho new western Oaigo district. All in a Day's Trip With tho roads In perfect condi tion, a duy's trip from Tulsa to llrls tow and back by way of Slick and Ileggs, Is certainly nn enjoynbln ono, and of tho greatest Interest to a man who Is Interested in tho oil game. The road south from tho city Urn Its of Tulsa Is In as bad condition as It was beforn ft was built up by tho subscription of Tulsa oil men. nnd Is sadly In noed of repairs. It is tho worst ploco of road encounter ed, nnd needs an application of a good old-fnshloncd rond drag after the first rain. Tho rood, too, as far as the Creek county line, Is gottlng full of holes, and It is a great relief to strlko the chat surfaced roads looked after by Sapulpa cnginoors; nnd beyond Sa pulpa tho drive is magnificent and everybody one meets Is trying to break all snecd limits, Tho I'olar Hoflnlng company' plant, owned by Tulsa people across tho Frisco from tho Sapulpa Itefln lng company's plant, Li a most uniquo affair, and Is said to be turn ing out gasolino of exceptional qual ity. It hns boen a money maker from thn start, but Is deserving In a story of Itself. Tho Sapulpa Hoflnlng company, with Us new lubricating plant in full operation, certainly looms large, nnd Is a magnificent monument to tho genius of Its builders, There la no question as to tha quality of tho out put of llbrlcatlon oils, and thcro Is no fuel oil to set back tho profits mado from gasoline, Jttlstow a boorulns. H 3 evident .Iti.nt hard tinv s huVc n.'t hn th.i J) town, und thn hew oil d. vi-lupment along tho road noitli t the ity appears to be heading directly Into I -.nun, with tho chain e, liowi'Vt r, thai I 4 W.l switch toward ihe southeast, which In tho logical dlrvotlon of all trends In Oklahoma. I Thu big uuws at HrlMow Is tho fu. t that the Wilcox tank fiirni U being built us fast at men and mon ey inn do thu Job. J he first limit U being routed riglu now, and 11 embankments have been made, nhft thu farm Itself la located uu high ground nnd will be n landmark foi travelers either by rail or l inolor oar. It Is located near the icrincr how in full uiieiatluu being run Ur tho Illinois oil company. llnatow i rapidly woiklng out its housing problem, and best of ull. tho oil men aro building their own homos. It Is the bus of all pros perity, itud when an oil man has (i h co established his homo, he will bring others by the score, it wll be a big town In lite dally ull to poll whenever thu embargo on drill ing is taken off, and In the meun- tlmo there, Is a lot of money being pent by tho pumpeis and' field help who aro making tins town their hendtiuartors. The road to Slick la the most In teresting of all. There Is but one Idea, and only one opinion heard on a trip between these two good towns nnd that Is that it nil looks like rnlghly good oil country. There aro plenty of creeks andmuch structure, .iuahat It can be played any way to suit tho oil man. Slick has the distinction of boiiih 1 only otio yenr old on tho ltth of this 1 month. It has made thu mom, sub-1 stittitlal progress of any town in any I mi country, and Is certainly a crcuiv to tho promotois. There Is a good i hotel and n mighty good place to , eat, und thero'aro lumber yardj, supply stores, machine shops and everything that goes to mako It a real genuine oil town. Tho railroad people aro showing mighty good Judgment in building from Slick northeast up through tho bcut development along Chlukeu creek, and may bo eventually ex tended on to Sapulpa, us tho devel opment goes north. Tho railroad Is promising other long diversions or Us line, ns for Instance, down Into tho good country around tno ucuner pool, and ip keeping an cyo out for new pools northwost of tho Deanor pool which everyuouy couceueu an a likely possibility. Thera is a great deal ol activuy Jusl west of tho big Wlloox loaaes In 31-16-11, whero Iloss and hcoii sUrled things by drilling in a big producer, und the now pool npponrd to bu taking a straight course to ward thci Boutheist, beginning ut tho Mlsenor wolls In 23-13-10. Hut tho thing that appeals to the casual observer Is the immensity of tho wondorful development all the way down the line. H is amazing Out propnrllos which were first drillod only last summer, aro now fully drilled up and havo overythlng that goes to make a first-class ol. proporty. It Is easy to sco how mon like Skelly. tho l'hllllps lVtrolcum company, the Carter Oil company, and many of tho old-timers havo something to bo proud of In tho way of fine equipment and tho com forts tho omployo can enjoy. Yenr i,v vear bousing conditions on tho leases aro being Improved nndtns the country Is developed nnd drilled up, as It Is In Creek county, thoro ls something to show the stranger that Is worth tho day's journey, nnd then wme. Developments Around Ponca City controls n lino of refineries In this Tho Meridian Potroleum corpora tion of Kanyas City, which owns nnd controls a Uno of refineries In this state, bus put through succnssfuly a bond Issue amounting to J2.600, 000. according to roports from Knns ns City that havo reached local stockholders, and tho Intention Is to lncreaso tho Importance of the company's plants, one of which in nt I'onca City. Tho others nro nt Ok mulgee, Sapulpa, Hominy nnd lllx by. Ono of tho most Important wild cat drilling tests In Kny county, tiiat of the Twin Slates Co. In 19-28-1, cast, Is undergoing somo trouble nft er encountering a strong flow of water at 3,665 feet, but tho com pany has announced that thn hole will bo drilled considerably deeper In nn .effort to find oil In paying quan tities. Tho flvo-lnch cuslng has been pulled In order to strulght ream the hole. Tls decision by the Twin States Co. recalls tho fact that tho Mar hind Co. drilled its wildcat on tho Joynson fnrm to a depth of approxi mately r,.nou reel, tinaiiy nimnuoning It last fall when tho liardcst granite formation ever encountered In this section of tho slato was struck. The Joynson test was drilled clear through tho Mississippi lime; It In sovcral miles west of the Twin States test, however. Tho Plrtle-rittman Co. well on the Ames lease, east of Newklr'-., is drilling nt about 1,800 feet, having set tho 10-inch casing. Deep Test lly lli Atlantic. Thn Atlantic Oil Producing Co, an nounces that ft deep test will be mado of Its wildcat in southwest of 13-26-4 east, in western Osago county, nt a point nhnut 15 miles east of Ponca City. The Intention Is to dr'll, if necesHnry, about 200 feet Into the Mississippi lime', wlibb would mako a deep test of npproxl mntoiy 4,000 feet. A very light showing of oil and gas was encoun tered nt 3.100 feot. This Is supposed to bo tho same sand that In produe ing In tho Hl'-kman pool, to tho east 'ward, and Urn Merv'iio field to the north In Kay county. Tho Marland Co. oxtended tho Pllllngs-TonknWa district thn past week in getting n 6,000,000 gnsser in tho northenst of 16-21-1 west, n school land lonse. Tho well Is be ing drilled deoper In an effort to find oil. Tho top of tho gas sand was encountered at 1.610 foot. This test Is 10 miles northeast of Hillings nnd about eight fouth of Took awn. An Investigation of the gas field. P. J. Lang's Auto Body Works BUILDER OF Truck Bodies and Trailers, Delivery Bodies and Bit Racks Remodeling Cars for Field Work, Making and Welding Springs, Axles Straightened, Bodies, Doors, Wheels and Fenders Repaired 1124 ADMIRAL PHONE OSAGE 584 In the Mcinlty (if IVcr I reek I", enstein (Irani (nunty was mnde tint week by lieorge It Uovim, Mchcral malinger, and It. M. Mers. general superintendent of tho Oklahoma Na tural (Ins Co. of Tulsa. The ram lnny has extenslvp interests In tho district and l buying the mis pro duction for its line Into Knld. This d lnlrlit Is hIso being connetled with lllackwnll by n pipe lino now be ing laid by the Itliukwell Oil .V lias Co. A new test In the eastern portion of- the Deer Creek district Is be ing started by Ward . Wellhait. of I enbndy, Kan., In the southwest of 2U-1S-K west, at n point four miles north of Nnrdln. Material for the rig has been unloaded at Nnrdln and thn tools ore in transit. In tlio Otis' Country. In thn Otoo Indian country, north of Morrison, the Untrhorn internets are getting ready o spud In their tiv test In 33-3-3 east, and the same company 1ms set tho five-Inch casing and started drilling agnlu In 6-23-3. The Magnolia Is ready to stnrt work ngnln on tint Wolfe No. 1, where the rig wits destroyed bj fire about a month ago. The l'rnlrlo I'lpe I.lno Co. Is building an extension to tho Hick man and Carter vols In western Osnge county, In order to take tin oil from tho National Kxplonitlon Co.'s wi'tl and others In that local ity. Secrul wells aro on top of thn wind walling the completion of tho line- Important Developments Around 11 lis tout in tho nnol about flvo miles northenst of llrlstow, tho No. 2 Price of tho Wilcox Oil & (hut Co. has a holo full of water at 2,820 lect, ami is sunt uown- this wen is located In tho Mouthwest corner of tho northwest of the southwvtrt of lfi-is-lo, about n nnnrter mile south of tho threo offset wells of tlu Wilcox company, whloh were first largo gamers and then went Into oil from thin 2,800-foot pay. Owing to tile dry holo In thu noilh wot quarter of Urn northenst of 13-1C-9, and this new stilt water showing, it looks as though tlilo pool In going to bo of a very run ill I proportions, Jon Abraham r"n n 5,000,000 gnsser In his No. 2 llogers, located In tho northwest corner of the north east of tho southeast of 34-16-9, In Kind from 2,601 to 2,606 feet. Hewitt Well Gels Shotviny in Deep Sand The No. 1 woll of tho Carter Oil company, located In tho northwetft corner of tho southwest of the northeast of 26-ls-Zw, about n quarter mile southeast of the pro ductlon In thn Ilftwltt nnol. is ro ported to havo 1,600 feet of oil In tho holo coming from sand found at 2.902 feet. This Is a now deop pay for this district, us the Hewitt production Is coming front a nh.il- lower Hand, Tho Collnn Oil company's well, lo cated In tho southwetit corner of 25-4s-2w. which mndo about 160 barrels from sand nt nbotit 2.30O feet. Is reported fallen off consider ably In production, nnd that It will bo drilled deeper. Tln Collno well Is nbout three quarters of n mllo southontit of tho now Carter pro ducer, New Completions in the Osaye Tho No. 2 well of the Onffey.OI) llsplo Oil company, located In the northwo.it corner of 26-24-8, found sand from 2,227 to 2,267 feet nnd Is good for 100 barrels. It was shot with 100 quarts. The Osngn Oil & Itcflnlng Co.'s No. 8 well, located In tho center of the north lino of tho south half of tho northeast of 23-22-10, found tho Uitrtlesvllloiand from 1,718 to 1.741 feet, was drilled to n total depth of 1,752 feet and started off good for 175 barrels after a 180-quart shot. Biy Producer in Eldorado Field Tho No. 1 well of Keen k Wolf, located In tho nouthoast cornor of tho southwest ot tho southwest of 30-17-15. Is reported to have start ed off Rood for 700 barrels of good oil, ami making 20,000,000 feot of gas. The Hussey sand was found from 2,178 to 2,201 feet. And tho well has all tho Indications of mak ing the host producer In the field. It Is Uk a tod nbout a quarter mllo due north of tho lltnnoy well. Good Producer North of Slick Tho Jomac Oil company's No, 2 I well, located In thn southeast cor- nor of the northeast of the south east of tho nortlieant of 29-16-0, has beon completed for nn initial ! production of 200 bnrrelw nntural. I Rnnd was found from 2.863 to 2, 870 feet. Starting Wildcat Test in Kay County KAW CITY. MarMi II -Cypsy Oil Economy t Tho greater strength nml uni formity of Ash Grovo Portland Cement mnkca for jsrentcr cconomyinltauso. Exceptional HtrenKtiiand absolute uniform ity nro assured by extra fino prindinK. uniform burning and tho constant eupcrvision by experts. B , ar-jmMM vrtumsc w mesa rm & PORTLAND CEMENT125 supenriNC ug suoEQsrnoNU MCllOt.fl TRANHPKII AND HTOKAtlK CO, Cratlnsi Parkins. !Jr.t Morlnc Vans and f.purm. Iron l.ockira (or llouirnom uoooa. We Hold I'romlar Almt rrafltt l-lllinr, ni-iia. inmp.n'V hns start. 1 a wildcat well, three im. it nutthe is of here, tit the mi (hwt "I loiiier or the miulheiist or 7 .r.... It, Ui.v I'miiiti This li-n tlon Is three miles dun west of the famous lllckinau field In Osage county. Its proximity to thn lllck inau pool lends Importance to this ICay county test. Development in Lincoln County The Magnolia Petroleum com pany m No. 1 long, located In the northeast corner of the ttoutheast of 6-l-le. Is drilling nt 1,93ft feet. I Tho No. 1 toinlsay of tha Condsil Oil & (las Co., laiut'it In the cntr of tlm northenst of tho northeast of B-16-1, 1 drilling ut 1.320 feet. Tim HoMiiui i'otrob urn company Im fishing fur tools at 3.100 feet In Us No, 1 lUndulpIi. located In the southwest coiner of the amlthotiat ut the southwest of 17-16-4. Tho No. 1 Huffman of the Mag nolia Petroleum company Is drilling at 500 feet. Tlila tost Im located In ho northwest corner of tho sontll- tiast of 19-l l-R. It. C. itiley has a rig up for No. 1 Drunks, loomed In the northeast cor ner Of tho BOtlttlPHSt of 1-11 -it. The Stround Oil Ohm Co.'s No. 1 Hchelff, located In the southwest corner of 21-14-6. Is shut down al 1.480 feet. The Nol Jnnlo Johnson or the ra- uv on company, located in the southeast comer of thn northe.itU of 35-12-6, i.'i drilling at 2,040 feel, Operations North of Slick ir. c. Wilson tins a rig im for No. 1 Self, located in thu southeast oor- nor of 6-16-10. Tim f'.irler nil comiinnv's No. 1 Caroy, located In tho northwest cor ner or the norine.iHi or tno rouui- west of 7-1C-10. la drilling at 6ti feet. 11. n. Wilson hns snudded In and shut down on No. 2 Stowait, located In the northwest corner ot the north east of 8-16-10. Tho No. 1 Pee of thn Alladln Oil company, located In tho luirthwes corner of tho northeast of thu north oast ot 9-16-10, Is shut down ut 1,000 feet. H. w. Scott's No. 2 Itrown. ocal'd In tho southwest corner of tho north east of the southeast of 10-16-10. H shut down nt 2,466 feet. Tho Joo Mac Ull compnny a imo, i Onrrct, located in the southwest cor ner of thu southeast ot 17-16-10. is shut down t 3,372 feet. Tho No. 1 Hruner or thn Wilcox Oil & (las Co., located In tho south west comer or the northwest oi i- 16-vp, is rigged up anil shut down. Tli,. VVilr ov Oil Xr (las Co. has n holo full of wntor In Its No, 2 Price, located In tho southwest corner of tho northwest of tho southwest of 1X-1K-10. Tim Phllllnfl PMrnlnnm cnnutanv'M No. 1 Price, located .In tho south east corner of tho northwest of 19 16-10. tunned n sand at 2.862 feet und Is shut down nt 2,867 fret with a small show. Wnlto Phlll ds' No. 1 Dnble. lo cated In tho northwest corner of thu southeast of tho southwest of 20-16- 10, nn old woll drilled deoper, Is shut down at 2,852 fuel In sand top IRONSIDES A Sturdy, Hardy Rubber Belt for Oil Well Drilling that Start on tho job. Stays right with it. Complcto Stocks Carried by OKLAHOMA TOOL & SUPPLY CO. WITH THE LIVE ONES IN THE REFINING BUSINESS HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION HIGHWAY PRODUCTS Flaw CaslnKhrud and CuslnRhend Hlends. Wo sell only guaranteed k'asollno ot our own manufacture from our nine Oklahoma plants. 0-9313 1 D. 12g 207-11 Lynch Hldir., Tulsa. CI-IAS. F. NOBLE OIL & GAS CO. OABOl.INK WITH TIIll PHP Producers and Refiners of Crudo Oil and Manufacturers Caslnchoad Oasollno. Main Office, Tulsa, Okla. OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY- ENID. OKLA 1 1 Oil A IllKh Orado Petroleum Products from Oarbor Crudo W. H. BARBER COMPANY Always In marltot for petroloum products. MINNUAPOI.1H AND CHICACIO EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.) l'lrst Nntlonal Hank Hid.. Tulsa, Okla. I,oi-nl Telephone Osace No. 27S0 I.oiik iJlstnnce, I.. D. No. 16S Purchasers of ull petroleum products for export. tiAl.KH OKK1CK3; New York No. CI Hroadwuy Paris ContlnenUI Hotel Hxport Terminals at Avondale, Now Orleans, I a. COSDEN & COMPANY HIUH QIIADK PliTHOI.KUM PH0DUCT8 Tulsa, Oklahoma Kansas City Structural Steel Company lleflnery Equipment HtoraBe Tanks Structural 8tel D to 66 thousand barrel tanks ready for Immedlaio shipment Local office, 203 Illchards Hldif. Telephone Osage 8188 General office, Kami. City. Kansas. CONSTANTIN REFINING CO. Oeneral Offices, Tenth floor. First Nntlonal Hank Wdir. Itcflnorles, Tuisn, Dovol. Phono, Obuku C02U, CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION Manufacturers CasltiRhead, Absorption and Hlendod Oasollno Phone Osago 6220. Tulaa. Okla. WHITE EAGLE OIL AND REFINING COMPANY Bales Office- PHODUCBIIB Kansas City. Missouri ped nt 2,836 feet with n show of ol an I g.is Thn (lypsy Oil rompanj .1 N. I Teii. loiiiled III the southeast i or ner of the southwest of the south weal of 21-16-10, Is In sand from 2,780 to 2,836 feet and shut down. The well Is making 26 barrels. Tim No. 11 Itohlnson of the Cartoi Oil compunv, locuted In tho north east corn, r 'of the southwnst of tin southeast of 21-16-10, Is fishing ai J,6f5 feel. The Curler Oil company's No. ! Oruson. located III iha aotltheue' corner of tho soulhwMt of the northeast of 21-16-10. Is drilling ni 2,790 feet. The Tidal Oil company's N" ' Hheppard, loomed In thn northwcM comer of tho southeast of the south fast of 21-16-10, Is dry and nbnn dnnei! at 2,11 I feet. No. 3 Whnppard of the sumo com imny, located In fliti sotltlimint cor ner of 21, Is a rlw. Owen Williams & names No. 1 Harnett, ocotd In the miuthctist coi ner of th southwest ot the wouth east of tho northeast of 26-16 10. Irlllod to total depth of J.OBO feci Mini with 20 qunrts, and Is drllllni. up bailer. The laurel Oil Onn Co.'s No. I Potells, located In tho southwest otner of 27-16-10. Is drilling ir 1.760 feet. Tim Koater Oil company's No. 1 .Miller. located In tlm northwest our tier of tho northeast of tho south west of 28-10-10, is drilling at 1,35ft feet. Same company's No, 3 Miller, In the southeast corner of the north enst of the southwest of 28 Im drill ing nt 2,380 feet. With tho OI.I -Men. Superintendent Parker of the Sin clair plpo lino wna held up threi timet in one night, ucordltig to oui veracious correspondent at Khw fit. ...tot atnfeu (lint Mr. Pnrker nr- rlvod In Hint town with inoiuy let in his Jeans. Anyone who Interrupts tile Sinclair plpo lino gang that Is rushing work on tno now lino uown i igit 'he Creek county develop ment ought to bo hung. It Is flic i iliinir thin Im going on these days In Oklahoma. m 9 NO TAX Our enmlng-i for the past year net our Investors 9 on monthly deposits und lump sunt Investments. Under Stnto Supervision Wo Solicit Your Account Home Building & Loan Association 1 317-H. Ilmdon C-II5 Asks no favors. Delivers the power. Gives Uniform Shows economy, service. . AND ItBl-'INBna Main Office! Wichita, Kansas Wongor Armstrong Petroleum Co. MAniCKTHHB Transportation Uldg. Chicago, III. Union Arcade llldg, Pittsburgh, Pa, Daniel Hide. Tulsa, Okla. UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY llKl'INIJltH, n.KPOIlTKIta AND MAltlCKTRHfl Tiilm Office, Cosdtm llldg. OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO. GOOD I0-1J MAYO 111,1X1, ACME PETROLEUM CO. Chicago Office! 910 South Michigan Avenue ICnnsns City Offlcp, Tulsa Office, Dallas, Texas 401 Security llldg. 303 Atco Hlrtg. BOO linger llldg. KU131. OIU HAH OIU lCKItOHIJNH, NAPHTHA, OA8OL1INM WHITE OIL CORPORATION PHODUClClt.'l .AND HHF1NHHH IIOMB OKI'MCW: No. 66 Hnmd St.. Now York 129 Kennedy Hdg Tulsa, Okla, INDIAIIOMA REFINING COMPANY Refltierlo at Okmulgee, Okla., Kant St. T-ouls, III, BT. I.OUIS OKFICISi KHDISItAI. rtltSKIlVM HANIC HLDC1. PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP. PllODTTOKnS AND niiriNKlUI OK "PAltCO" PI0THOL.15UM PnODUCTH New lHrst National Hank Huildilig. SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY PHONKH OSAOM 6700-01 Manufacturers Poti)touni Products flairs Dept. 711 New First National Hank Illdr. EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED Hnflnerlrs located at Okmulgee, Oklahoma. City, Cushtng, Ponca City. Okla., Gainesville, Tcxa. , Bales Office Phono 7000; 416 Unity Hldg Tulnn, OkU. Livingston Refiners Corporation PHODtJCJOIlH IU3riN13it8 MAUK15T1CIIB All Product of Petroleum. All Plionm Oaogo 0420 General, Offices, Tulsa, OkU. GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR CORPORATION Tl. J. gHATim and R. T, MUB.SHU, ROXANA PETOLEUM CORPORATION I'KODUCMUS fit. I.onta, Mo Arcnds Dldg, Chlcojio. 111.. Continental SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY HKiriNKUlKII (Wm Office, 101 OouU-. THE PURE OIL CO. IteflnerUs at Ctuhlne and Ardmor. NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY ! TANIC CAKfl IJ3AHKD, Oeo. V. Hrhrrnm, Douthwest Works: Coffeyvltl. Kjuu CmCAGO CLEVELAND: GENERAL REFINING COMPANY TULSA LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY ItrcFINKItH OP HIGHEST OHADK lAIIIHICATINa OILS lAJHKITi: MJUItlCATKS IIUHIT Sixty Per Cent llctter I.ubrlcatlnr Than Any Othar Oil J Oeneral Oftlca: Arcado Hullixkg Ut. Louis. Mo; 4 OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CORP., of America ; PRTItOI.KUM AND ITH PnODUCTfl . Salon and General OttlccH, O. P. & 1U Uutldtnx , i Tulsa, Oklahoma , SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY Tulsa, OkU, l' Sinclair Hide. New Tork, 130 Broadway! nhhviirn Cnnwftv nnltillnB- BROOICLYN OIL PriODUCBIlH Cedar 12 Cedar 12 31C-I17-31I Hobtnson Hide, MIDCO ni.DO., TIJIA. MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY LAibrlcatlnir pilo of Kvary Description, Includlne lUtcrod Qtocka. Petrolatum Jell and Wax. PJtODUCBllfl 11BP1NI1H MARKhrrEIta, IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY : rKTHOI.KIJM AND ITH I'HODUCTH rinnoral rrffiri Vt, Worth, Texas Itoflnerys Ardmore, Okla, THE MARLAND REFINING COMPAN nUKINISHH OF HIOU OltADH CItUDH j PONCA CITY, C-CIAHOMA J. F. CAMPION OILS PHOMPT 807-108-801 COHDEN HIJ)0. BIGHEART PRODUCING & REFINING j COMPANY MANUFACTURE flH AI.I. PETROIKUM PUODUCT3 Htirh Orade Lubricating Oils, Cylinder Htocks and Heflncd Wax. Biecutive Offices, Ninth Floor Mayo Hide, Tulsa, Okla. Iteflnery, HlBheart, Okla. Phone Osuko 9080 PHILLIPS HIGRADE REFINING CO. J PKTHOI.BUM PHODUCTa Itoflnerles Okmuhcec, Oklahoma -"1 Andrews Ttldg, Dallas, Taxai. Phone 440 ""4 QAHOMNH ntoNn- oaAon 643J, TUI.'IA, OKUA. Rooldent AernU. Xhono AND nEVINEUH . I Tulsa, Okla., Mayo Btdgj Commercial lUnk Hide. I AT CUHIirNO Lallallo fjtreet, Chicago. IlKPAIIinD AND KICI1UILT ) nepresanUUv, 1004 Panlel Uldflf. Telephone 1U0. ardmore; & GAS COMPANY. Cedar 7J Tulsa, Oklahoma CONWAT lll.DQ.. CniCAOO' HBHVICB rhoneu 6I1U Gales Offices, Tulsa, Okla. First Nat'l Hank Hide.