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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1921 -
tlNTHE OIL FIELDS Office: 0241 W. H. OH. MAIIKKT lt'OTATIOMM. rnnarlvanla 11.00 llnm.r 1 JJ Canada Canada ,,, t.li Kani. 'i. Okla, 1 II ., 1 I) lKaliltnn . . . V . . I f I fnnclrana llcht 1 I cab.ll , Kom.roal . Ilaillnil . .. NoMh Lima Koutli Lima Indiana .,. i'f mouth .( PrlneMnn . . Hull Ilarou 1.00 rm.lrana lir t. J 11 t.M III t.tt Mnran . liurkhurnalt Il.wllt rtatiK.r ... Il.nrrrtta lllchardson II twin Refiners W. I), Richardson, president of tho Meridian Potrolmim corpora tion of Kansas Oily nnn . cli-ctcd president of tho WcHtitrn Petroleum Refiners association for Dm nnwii lnif year at Dm annual meeting In Knnsnn City yesturdny. 'l'liln binrs out Dm prcillcllon n format In this column. Mr, Itichntdson suc ceeds pnt Mnlloy who refused r elnctlon. W. 1 Klstlcr, vim prcsl dent of the Produce U lleflnnrn rorporatlon, utiil JiiIIiim Germany, president of llio Pnnhnndlo Re fining company, woro elected vlco presidents. Tlin irocrotnry-troniiurer wn re-elected, Tulsa wna selected un hcndniiarlorn' of Din nssor.lnttou after n linn! flitht. There wan Die lnrgist Attendanco present In the history of thu nrnaiilr.nl Ion. New Pipeline to Dcancr Pool Plnrco Oil corporallon In plan ning to lay u six-Inch pipe line from Itn Hand Springs refinery to Dm Dcnnor pool, urconlltit to ver ification received yesterday. Tho line will travertin thn tnnltory went of Beggs and tho larger pools In eastern Creek rounty. This I the Henond Ilyo announced for thin region, Hlnrlnlr Plpellno romfany linvlng nnnounced Die eonfitrurtlnn of nn eight-Inch lino from its Cirtli lnir terminal to Din Donjior pool a few woolen ago. Thn two linen com bined will handle approximately 30,. 000 barrel of rrudn dally If oper ated full capacity- Export Shipments Export Oil corporation, liuudllnrc refined produclN for export from several O k I a li o in a refineries, (hipped 12,088,01 4 full on h of re fined oils abroad during thu month of Februnry, 1021. Thn shipment Included gnsnllnc, keroKenn anil fuel oil, Tho figures coirtparcil favor ably with tho previous month's shipments nnd wan explained ibt due largely to tlio shnrtiiRO of iflilps, TIiti oompany ha largo slockn at Hh whnrvos at Avondalo, Iji., and Is only nblo to movo a limited amount each month, Officials re port that much buying in being done on thn open markoti for European consummation. Discrimination Chargvtl in Southern Oklftftoma Reports from Oklahoma titnto that tlio corporation mission la Just now engaged City com- In n tnuirh tanglo to find out If tho Man nolln, IMpellna company, In dunning Duncnn-waltem oil wun llraldtnn crudo la Justified In putting It on a nnr in price, xnn .Magnolias on fenso Is that thn oil Includqd In thl ordor wail Dm lower gravity ami did not Include Dm better gradn of oil which Ih being Kottcn nouth wont of Duncan. There In somo doubt as to whero tlo commission rtould.net In this cane but It In llko ly to bo mndn n bono of conten tion for othor dlBtrletn nn well. Hovernl of tho nmnller proilut'lng companlen oro c n m p 1 a I n rv n t it ncalniit thn MiiBnilla. In thn caxo. No dato hntf yet been fixed for tho hearing. Well Starting Near Wimorc, Neb. " Tho following mcnaagn ban been received, front Wyinore, Neb., where a TV ell In spudding, It 1 iiclf-ex-planatory: Spudding in of flrft wall on 40,. 000. aero loann of Wymoro field 'TucBday. March 22, to Include mo tion pictures of town and woll. Iocllon Is two mtlrn nnrDieant of "ymore, on rldgo overlooking No branka'fl rlchent farm landn. All placcn of buntnena to bb closed. (Signed) WIIITINO. New Arkansas Welh The Kldoradn flold In hati added another well. Arkamian which it OIL AND GAS Iriiaea Hapjillca rrmlartlon, XI. If you havo for Kale, producing property of 1G to 100 barrola. throo to iievcn yunrH old, in thu h hallo w Nowata In CheUea field, wrlto uh giving legal 'dOMcrlptlon. equlpmont, price, ami nil detail. Dreer Invent iiient Co.. 20-22 :i HhumoiiH Uldg., TuUo. -Advt. Wanted Settled Production In northern Oklahoma- Would like to hour tllrcct from owner, tllvo vm plete Information If poBidblo. llox Sj-53, earn of AVorld. Advt. Will buy settled production In the nhallow fields, llox 423, Chanutu, Knn AdvU Good lcanoi", priced right; Rhallow flcld. Addreao D0S-U, care World. Advt. Melllng Interest In 100 acre leahn nnd two wellit completed; ihallow field; adjolnti production; u good bhot for oil; firs' well titatlng about April 16j Intercuts, J 100 each; only offorintf 120 f"r ale. Addrein 607-D, care World.- Advt Have 1,100 acre In fluid produc ing from threo nands; JGO0 buyn 40 acrca outright, nUo an lnteretti In 60 acrca and drilling U'ell; thin Is the beat vlny on the market- Kor dotalla nddrcna 509-J., ciri World. Advt. Far Salo Caning unit linn plpo for immedlato chlpmeut out of Mock in any Quantity. Moo plnn from 3 In. to 8 In.. Inclusive. Caning from 4 In. to 20 In., incluinve. Try us. We cell for lew. l'hono Osngo 4760 4&3I. I D- l'enbeig Pip A Hupply Co.. 619 East Klrst St., TuUa, OUa. Advt. irnr vour donletlon and tax prob lems, accounting and Hytrtuinatlilng call Carl I Itlco, C. I'. A .517 Ken licdy Uldff. Thong Cedar 27 Advt, PECK Residence 2442 rated good for CO barrel nn the pump. It encountered considerable Halt water at a depth of 2,157 feet and when drilled to 2,172 feet, thn water was Incrennlng, but thl I re ported to have bierv aurremfully Hliilt off. Thl well I thn Hlckmnu A Italrd tent In 24-17-10. It In mIho making ga end mated an ono million feet. Tho Khroveport rrnduelng A He fining Co. ww: In 7-1H-15, In which Keen u Wiwff of tho mtiio city have a unit intnrent, in making n now of 600 hat rein dally with practically no halt water, llecnlino of tho lon nlliln danger of water If allowed to flow openly, It In pinched In through a Hiuall t'hokn pipe. Thn Whltn Oil corporation han ptliehnned 170 ncren In tho Kldnrndo field from 1 Union & Mattock, which practically mirround thn pool on the prenent edge of production. Two well are now drilling. Thn ncrn ago In regarded an among Din bent In Dm pool anil given thn company a firm foothold In thai region. Financial Noten Ilcporln front Now Vork atntn that negotiation havn not yet been com pleted between Atlantic (lulf & Went Indlcn ntenmnhlp linen and pal tie who are underHtnod to have, control of Atlantic (lulf Oil cor poration, hnudlliig rrudn oil .mm Mexico through tanker nervine be tweeu Tamplco nnd Oalvcutnn and Now Vork , Iron nnil Piled Hluiup In .Market. Itcport from Chicago anil New Vork tell of Hinnllr lil'iulrlcn for Iron and ntnet, with V corresponding Hlump In price, Thn prenent con dition -In Dm mlilcnntlunnt field ban brought about n condition of nn iinual proportion In thn buying from (hi territory. Practically all producer, enpeclally tho larger one, now havo u lenurvn of plpo and drilling equipment becaunn of Die drilling curtailment. ltcrent figure on Din mldcontl nent field nhow that nearly 8B por cent of n nhiitdnwn ha been reached and that thin In likely to Inrreano to n full 90 per cent In iipltn of nffni-t well and nmaller companle who may continue drill ing In Inotnted locallUe. Another factor In 4 tin nltttntltm In thn prenent prlcn of oil, making it n matter of much concern to tho nmnll opera tor who ticedn ennh to continue In operation. Money Situation ' Having a Hand Knuent and ponding nalo of prop, ertle In whole or part by nuvnrat email companlen In Oklahoma bring out tho fact that tho ntnall pro ducers nro finding It hard to innko both end moet theno daj'H. Juxt how hard thl Is hitting a majority of operators who havo llttln pro duction nnd fttlll Hiualler canh ro Hery I nenn In tho changing hand of nnvoral Oklahoma propertlen, Not only thu nmaller coinimnlin nro affected, but It I nafo to nay that t3 per cent of tho companlen op erating In tho nildcontluent field havo had their nlnck reduced to halt itn vnluo by thn decline In oil prlcen and nil nro more or lens In need of ready canh. It 1 not to bo expected that prlcen will go up a quickly nn they ramo down. Mvery benefit a a wholn han Itn 111 effoctn on nomenno nnd Jimt nnw It Ih tho nmall producer. Kotir1 month ago It wnn Inn mualt refiner nnd In much thn namo nenno tho Hinnll roflner 1 utiil in a rather precarious position, but whero bn wa at IiIm worst appeara to bo whom tho producer in now.' Htorago In being built by pro ducer to take, euro of oil th'cy hav and expect to got whero It Is not advisable to ell lit down tho well von top of thn nnnd. Hut ntorngn oil that might bring tho producer J a barrel or morn later 1 only bring ing him about half that much now. When tho prlcn cutting started It caught many unexpected and tho oxtcnt of tho cutting wnn not flgiitud n deep nn It occurred. Another liopo wnn raided that when thn bot tom prlco wnn roaehod tho big buy cm would commenco ntnrlng, bu,t on account of financial condltlonn they havo been unable to do thin nn wnn expected. An thu nltuation now exl.-iln It in ft enno of tho mirvlval of Dm fluent and tho tlmo for all to pull together tii.it build up from u rock foundation, Tho trniiHlrttlon of tho pevla.l through whloh wo nro now passing would menn that money In not tho root of nil oVIl but the hclr.ht of our hopen nn a menitH of njlMttnr In building i firmer und mora nub Htntttlal business on a rolld founda tion. Mexico Prepares for llanner Oil Production llOSTON, 13. I. Doheny. of the Mexican Petroleum company, hus Jimt renched anlventon from Tampl co, and wire n friend s follows: Had a very Interentlng. natlsfac tory and enjoyablo trip, Wo visited nil tho oil field, and much territory whero development nte about to tin commenced. ThlH year and noxt wtll bo Mexlro's banner yearn for production. Many wulls tiro being drilled and will add their quota during Dm Inst halt of 1921 nnd be In full production next. year. Prom tho Amntlnn district nouth to tho Tuxpain district, Inclusive, an urea of 2E mllen broad nnd 76 mile long, preiont a neons ot industrial activity not oxcelled on any other pntt of this planot. Kvery whero new wagon roads nre being constructed. Kxlstlng roads nra congested with nuton. trucka nwd wagon moving men, machinery nnd oil well Nuppllen of nil kinds, pipe, lumper, boiler, engines and pumps for tlio construction of derrick, plpo lines, pump station, boarding and living liouves. Now settlementn aro weekly built Into existence with overythlng of substantial character and giving the contradiction to thoso who harp on tno enriy exnaustion of this most wonderful and prolific of oil re gions. Now school licunc.i, churches, club houses, general offlco buildings, ro fineries, plpo lines nnd wagon roads, nil nt a cost to blc and llttln panics of million of dollars. Indicate to tho observer n knowlcdgo of tho presitnt and a faith in thn future i Jof tho rugged cmylro builders who havo ehargo of Dicnn operations that cannot bo nuentloncd Thn perioaiU'iire and wealth of Moxlro'n oil mnource ivero never no well demonntrated nn nt the prenent time Wo nre Informed Dint morn than ninety thnunnnd peoplo arn employed huro In connection with the Indlintry More than fiOO.000 barrel of nil arn iihlppcd dully, Hxcept accom panying a moving army of ImmetiHO prottorllonn, nowhere would bo necn ho many trurkn and trnctorn, their trail wngonn biaded with all claxncn of oil mnchlnery and lumber, a onn meet In a dny'n moior trip In thenn oil field. Kntlillntiuim tand faith are Infection, K. I, DOIIKNV. Wall Htreet .Journal, March IT. With (he Oil Men W. II. Peck, oil editor, left last night fur Knnnn City to nttend the Petroleum Congrenn, nccompanled by Mr. Pock. I Id will uport Dm convention for tho World nnd It render aro nnmired first hand In formation on happening during tho four tlnjH of Dm gathering Pat Mnlloy. vlro president of r'on ntnntln Iteflnlnit company, nnd retir ing head of Dm Western Petroleum ttufiner' association, Is expected back till jnornlng from Knnsnn flty. P. M. Mlsknll, II, U, Hehock, W. Ij. Klstler, nnd other prominent refiner isvrm ntti'iullng Dm annual meeting of Din Wi-Htcrn Petroleum Ileflnern asnoclatlon yesterday. Thoy are nil expected bark thl morning when thn announcement or Dm now officer will be o.igerly awaited, Wm. II. Flynn I back from n three weekn wtny nt Dunrnn nnd re port that thn new field west or town, nboul which thern han been considerable excitement nlneo tho bringing In of Dm big Parsons-Ontit welt, apparently linn proved a dln- niipolntment. Thero hnn been ono producing wen iirnugtii in nince, In nectlon 31, good for not more than 100 darrein, A dry holo tin been completed In nectlon 30, another In 3(1, nnd still nnnther In nnctlon 29, while Din Oypny'n well In nectlon .13 I 20C8 foet deep and ntlll dry. i Tim nomn talent In trying to make nnnther Texan flold, holding nrrengo nt $1,000 up and demanding all deal bn cloned through local bank and title examined by homu lawyer. Hotel prlrc-n havo been Incrrniicd and nccommodatlons ro diicrd to tho limit. 2 MElTwANT $105,000 II, J. lleniiclt nnil .V. .1. Im-i-voii Ilotli Seeking JlnmngcM for Injiirlcn Kircltcil In llnll Wreck. Verdict will bn returned Tuesdnv In district court by Dm Jury before whloh tho Hiit t of II. A. Dennett against Din Midland Valley railroad, I on trial, In which Dennett seeks to, rocover $3,000 for Injuries sus tained when hi nutomoblln wan struck by a passenger train In Hperry, Februnry 9, 1920, Dennett claims ho wan using a croNslug over tho railroad tracks frequently used by other persont nnd that bceauso of tho presence of stock pens nt Hperry ho wnn unablo to see the approaching train, Kor tho defense, It wnn main tained that the crossing wan not n public- thoroughfare, and that Kan unit was guilty of contributory negligence In attempting to drive his car ncross tho railroad tracks nt thin point. ' N. J. Iversnn, gnrago owner of Hperry, iv passenger with Dennett at thn time of thn accident, who was Dm more seriously Injured when the train struck thn niitomnbtlo, now has suit pending In tho Oxage county district court nt Piiwhuska In which he nsk dnnmKcH'of $7S,000 for per manent Injury. Minister Denies He's White Slave Dealer NHWAltk", N. J., March 21. llov. Cornelius Deusol, former pastor of tho J'lrst Netherlands church of Passaic, N. J., pleaded not guilty to day when arraigned in federal court under nn Indictment charging vio lation of Dm Mann white slave net. llnll of $5,000 fixed when ho wus nrrestod, wan continued by I-'edoral .luilgo Charle Lynch, Donsol, who ban a largo family, eloped to New York, It Is charged, with ono of his young women parishioners, Tlio ttral Is expected to -be held next iminth, WE OWE FRANCE NOTHING Claim of $0,0(0,ui)0,0on Debt Due 1'niiu V. S, Is Hosli. WASJ1INOTON. March 21. Stories published In Pari papers to tho effect that United States owes Franco $90.000,0,00,000 dating back to tho dayw of tho American revolu tion wcro characterized us nbsurd today by treasury department offi cials. A thorough search of Die trciiBU rncords. said Assistant Secretary Kelly, "show no unpaid obligation to Vranco of nny kind." Kolly Is In ehnrgo of the department of foreign loiins-nud accounts. Made Iljlng SiittcTi. 'Thorn's n lawyer In my town," ays a member of the Chicago bar, "who is sometimes forgetful, but never at a loss to right himself in the worst predicament. "Onco he had boon engaged to plead tho uatise of nn offender, nnd ho uhscntmlndcdly began thus; "'I know tho prisoner nt the bar jind ho bears thn character of being a most cousummuto and Impudent scoundrel.' "At this point somo ono whispered lo him Hint the prisoner was his client, when ho Immediately con tinued i " 'Hut what groat nnd good man over lived who was not cnlumulatcd by many of his oontenftiorarloa?"' IRONSIDES A Sturdy, Hardy Rubber Belt for Oil Well Drilling that Asks no favors. Gives Uniform Starts on the job. Stays right with it. service. Coinplcto Stocks Cnrrled by OKLAHOMA TOOL & SUPPLY CO.' imm lip I I i mmmmmmmmmmmmmm CLARA SIGNS UP FOR MOVIE ROLE Joins Oklahoma Concern; To Play only in "Up lift" Pictures iiy Miumnq moiuuh. t H.H fllaff Corr9(ion4nt. A IIDMOHI1, Okla., March 21. Clara Hinlth llnmon, acquitted Thurs day of tho nlleged murder of Jnkn Ij. llnmon, oil mllllonnlrn and politi cal cir, today nlitned a contract to appear In moving picture under tho banner of thn Oklahoma Moving Plcturo company of Oklahoma City. Under term of Din contract nho I to recelvn nn advance cash pay ment of $ 2 r, , 0 0 0 nnd f0 per rent of inn proms rrom win company, Clinrlc A. Conkloy, her attorney, announced to tho International Now HitvIcc. A .Million Dollar Company, The company for which ho will work I capitalized for $1,000,000 and I owned by Oklnhomn City nnd local capital. I,en Turnnr of Okla homa City In president of tho con cern. Only picture of great Innral Influenrn will b made." declared Clara Hmlth llnmon today after signing tho contract. ".My picture will' bo manufactured under Christian Influence nnd I will use the ncreen n n medium for warn ing young glrlH against thn pitfall of life. No sordldnes will appear In nny of my stories." To I'llm In Io Aiigelc. Httidlo of thn company, Coakley nnnounced, will be leased nt l.on Angelcn. Acompanleil by her sister, Mr, Van Allen JnmcH of Io Angeles, her brother Jnme and her mother, Clara Hmlth llnmon will lenvo for that cltv within tho next few dnyn. Hho will visit her father, .1. II. Hmlth, who I critically III ut Kl Paso, en route to tho studio, Whllo Clnra Hmlth Hnmnn I playing In picture, Mrs. Jake liamon, widow of tho Into Oklahoma republican national committeeman, will tnkn up aviation, nhn nnnounced hero today. ltir daughter, Ollvo Itcllo llnmon. took n flight early today. Mrn. liamon announced nho would purchase tho airplane. De tail of establishing n station hero will bo nnnounced Inter, she. de clared. womailaimsTraud Sn)s Sim Trailitl Valnnblu rnnn 1.11ml for Arkau.snn Pnicrty Which Proved to He Worthies.-). Judgment for $2,000, tho valuo of 40 ncren of Michigan farm land which Martha H. I.owc nays nho trailed to A. u .viooreiiead for n 4U ncro tract In Arknnsn which nho nay wnn not nn represented, was asked In n ml It brought In district court Monday by tho woman. The petitioner olnlm.she traded the property Octolier 12, 191R, and did not discover iin'll Juno of 1920 that the Arknusis I Mltuated In Carroll rtiunty, wa ' tntcd on tho nldn of a mountain, h I no Improve menu nnd wan not tlllahln land nn represented by Moorhend when tho trado was made, Hlnco Moqrhnnd ha nlncn sold tho Vnd thn woman asks Judgment ngntnst Moorhend for Din vnluo of tho Van Huron countyi Michigan farm. Off oil Die Wronff Toot. Tho wlrked garago keeper "Was try ing to figure, out hi lncomo tax. "If a man bring hi car to me to bo repaired, and It cost us C cents, and I charge him $1C, what per cent profit would I bo making?" ho do mnndcd'of hi son nnd heir. " "I'm suro I don't know, pop." an swered Dint young hopeful. "You'll linvo to gotnomebody who knows tho roles of grand larceny to tell you that. Tho rule for percontnge wouldn't covor it." CASING FOR SALE -ISO run onco, 15 55" '0 Hh. 3.1H' run onco, 1214" &0 lbs. " 7S2' -new, 10" 35 lbH. 800' run oniv, S J," " I lbs. looo' new, aH" 20 lbs. 400' mil once, Q"11 lbs. 1 100' new, 5 3-10" 17 11m. All of tlio nboo nt very nttrno the priced. Write, wire or phono PAWHUSKA SUPPLY COMPANY Pnwliuskn, Okla. Phono 027 a o NO TAX Our warnings for tho past year net our investors 0 on monthly deposits and lump sum Investments. Vndrr Stato Supervision Wo Solicit Your Account Home Building & Loan Association 317 S, lloston C-115 Delivers the power. Shows economy. Q Legislative CONTINl'KD PltOM VMM TllltK tangln between legislation and poli tic Just now In tills city Is o bad that It Is hard to dotcrmlno whero onn begins nnd Dm other leaves off, I'll Aocompllfhcil, I til t a great deal ha been done by tho legislature. Wo hnvn pro vided that tho attorney of Harmon county may prautlco law if thero is nny law to practlco; tho aim-ssor of ono county may hlro n new dep uty and tho fern of constables In sonio places havo been chnngcili two or threo Judicial districts havo had thnlr boundaries changed und somo now Judges havo been provided for; also tho salaries of Judges havn been Increased. Thero I also a bill pending to regulate prairie dogs, and our nenato nprpoprlatlon bill carrion tho provision to doctor tho sick bees of our state. Governor Iloberlsoii Is quoted an saying that thero worn never lieforo no many llttln and Inconsequential measure offered by nn Oklahoma legislature. Tho majority of theno measure were local nnd implied only to ono particular locality. I ndcr "courtesy" when a legislator from onn locality offers n bill per taining only to his homo tho othoni urn presumed to vote for it. It is a bad courtesy and will some day lead to trouble. In tho majority of Instance tho law is repealed nt the next session, and, so far. that con stitute about nil of tho pain entil ing from Dint view of a courtesy which should never havo exlsttnd. lieforo acquiescing to tho view of tho chlof exccutlvo It must bo icmcnibcrcd that tho present legis lative session has not been con ducted on thn theory of. agreeing wun tno governor. Hut ho has dono a really good Joh of taking care of himself. Ho has hnd little to ny and nover appeared on tlio lines nn an attacking warrior. There Is still abend somo real legislative fighting and tho honors will probably not nil fnll to nny onn nldn of tho limine. Kvorybody (Understands that tho real legislation In still unfinished nnd that tho finish may bo obtained under very sorloun iiitncultles, hnt wo havo arrived at a very interesting stage of tho game and thero I no llttlo expectancy on tho part of those who havo watched It from the beginning, Ono New l-'nctor. Tho World ha previously men tioned tho new alignment of state institutions. Tho six normal school heads may not agreo with thn state ment, but their champions admit that they nro of tho opinion tho stato university heads try to "hog everything." Nnturallv tho unlvcr Hlty Is tho biggest of tho Btnto In stitutions nnd must over bo tho ro clplcnt of firm favors. Tho normal Bchool warriors ndmlt this, but nro MCIIOIJ4 TltANHFKfl AJtt STOKAOK CO. Cratlna-1 Packlm: Larsait MoTlnt Vans ana Srparato Iron Lockara lor Ilouathnld aooda. Wa Hold a I'rnmUo Abo? rroflt 1'HONK 1I7-I1S. P. J. Laiig's Auto Body Works ' BUILDEk 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 1 124 ADMIRAL PHONE OSAGE 584 WITH THE LIVE QNE& IN THE REFINING BUSINESS HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION HIGHWAY PRODUCTS now Cislnghcad and Cnslnghcad lllcnds. Wo sell only euarantecd easolino ot our own manufacturo from nliio Oklahoma plants. 00313 U D. 138 207-11 Lynch Hide. Tulsa. .CHAS. F. NOBLE OTL & GAS CO. 1 gasoline: with tub pup Producers and Ileflncis of Crudo Oil and Manufacturers Caslnghead Gasoline. Main Office. Tulsn, Okla. OIL STATE REPINING COMPANY ENID, OKLAHOMA Illeh Orndo Potroloum Products from Garbcr Crudo W. H. BARBER COMPANY Always in market tor petroleum products. MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO "EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (INC.) First National Bank Tlld.. Tulsa, Oklo. Local Telephone Osage No. 2780 ' Lone Distance. L. 1). No. 1SS Purchasers of all potroloum products for export. SALU3 OFFICES: . New Vork No. 61 Uroadway 'Paris Continental Hotel tixyoiv Ttrmiima at COSDEN & COMPANY, 1IIQU GRADE PETftOLEUM PRODUCTS Tulsn, Oklahoma Kansas City Structural Steel Company Refinery Equipment Storage Tanks Structural Steel 5 to 65 thousand barrel tanks ready for Immedlato shipment Local office, 203 Richards Uldg;. , Telephone Osaee sm Ueneral office, Kannaa City, Kansas. CONSTANTIN REPINING CO. General Offices, Tenth floor. Klrst National Bank Bids;. Refineries. Tulsa, Dtvol. Phone, Osago 6020. CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION Manufacturers Caslnghead, Absorption and Blended Gasoline Phone Osage 8220. WHITE EAGLE OIL AND REPINING COMPANY Bales Office: PRODUCERS Kansas City, Missouri - Sidelights nsklnr qunstidns on to Just bow much morn. . , Undeniably there is a rift In tho Mato Institution machine, it win not bo so manifest during Din re mainder of this session, but It will bo among Din big politics of the next two yearn and may bo the instru mentality lo cause the rlso or fall of men nrrnyed on one side or tho other. .lust Plnln lug. Tho program ahead Is ptist plain (hit. rt thn millions on thn legisla tive program, only tho smaller nnd less conncquentlonai novo paiweu both house. Democrats and repub lican alike nro In understanding to Dm effect that the program Is larger that tho present financial stutus warrants', nnd tho carving win oe done with an effort to win me oesi results. In the final nnalysln the Impeach mont trials and reports of commit tees relative to government will havo hard effort to rttnln the flrHt placo of Magnitude, for in times llko thco tho knowlcdgo of the money being short Js possessed by every body, and increased appropriations for tho next blcnnlum will cause the taxpayer out home to sit up and look over tho situation. PRUNTY COMPLIMENTS A.&M. Tul,sn Prlmiiml Snjn Trup Sport- inntiHlilp ClianictorlM-il .Men. The athlotlo meet nt A. & M. last week was characterized by good sportsmanship, Merle C. Prunty, principal of Central high school, said ytstcrday. Mr. Prunty spent l'ridny night nnd Saturday there and ho said that tho fraternity mon virtually turned over their houses to tho tennis, conches and principals In co-operation with tho rest of tho school In entertnlnlng guests. The splendidly equipped gymnasium, the school of nnglnuerlng, tho' school of homo economics, tho school of com merce nnd administration nnd the cordial hosp;tallty of A. & M. wcro tho Tulsa principal during his stay, the llulsa principal during Il stay. SECTIONAL LEASE HOUSES 2-.room office and store room. 3- room pumper'a house. 4- room lease house Bunk houses and cook houses. For immediate delivery Manufactured and sold by SOUTHERN MILL & MFG. CO. 1645 E. Sixth Osage 1905 vuiiunie, new uricans, ua, Tulsa. Okia. AND REFINERS Main Office: , Wichita. Kansas .Wenger Armstrong Petroleum Co. MAIIKKTKHH Transportation Hldsr. Chicago, III. Union Arcado Bide. Pittsburgh, Pa. Daniel Bide. Tdlsa, Okla. UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY REFINERS. EXPORTERS AND MARKETERS Tulsn Office, 'Cosdon Bide OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO. GOOD 910-13 MAYO 13 1, DO. ACME PETROLEUM CO. pl.lA.nn ffH nm Umilh Mlnhlirnn Avn!lA ' Ifansns City Office, ' Tulsa 101 Security Uldff. 303 Atco lltau. nog noRer Hldr, FUEL OIL. OAS OIL, KEROSENE, NAPI1THA, GASOLINE WHITE OIL CORPORATION PRODUCERS AND REFINERS nOME OFFICE: No. C6 Broad St., New Tork . 33P Kennedy Ildc, Tulsa, Okla. INDIAHOMA REFINING COMPANY Refineries at Okmulgee, Okla., East St. Louis, III, . ST. LPUIS OFF1PE: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BLDO. PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP. PRODUCERS AND REFINERS OF "PARCO" PETROLEUM PRODUCTS New First National Bank Building. SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY PHONES OSAGE 6700-01 Manufacturers Petroleum Products Sales Dept. 712 New First National Bank Bldtr. EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED Refineries -Located at Okmulgee. Okla., Gainesville, Texas. Sales dfflce Phono 700C; 416 Unity Uldg., Tulsa, Okla. Livingston Refiners Corporation PRODUCERS REFINERS MARKETERS All Products of Petroleum. AJI Plionca Osago 0420 General Offices, Tulsn, Okla, GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR CORPORATION R. J. SHARPE and R. T. MUSSER, ROXANA PETOLEUM CORPORATION PRODUCERS St. Louis, Mo.. Arcado Bldg. Chicago. III., Continental SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY , REFINERIES Bales Office, 208 South THE PURE OIL CO. Refineries atCushlng and Ardmore. NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY TANK CARS LEASED. REPAIRED AND REBUILT Geo. F. Brlgbam, Southwest Representative, 1004 Daniel Bldg. Works: Coffeyvlllc, Kan. Telephnnn 1H0 CHICAGO CLEVELAND GENERAL REFINING COMPANY TULSA ARDMORE LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY REFINERS OF HIGHEST GRADE LUBRICATING OILS " LUBRITE LUBRICATES RIGHT Sixty Per Cent Better Lubricutlng Than Any Other Oil General Office: Arcade Building St. Louis, Mo. OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CORP. of America PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS Sales and General OfflccH, (M P. & R. Building Tulsa, Oklahoma SINCLAIR REPINING COMPANY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Tulsn, Okla., 215 Sinclair Bldg. Now Tork, 120 Broadway Chicago, Conway Building BROOKLYN OIL PRODUCERS Ccdlr 12.1 Cedar 12S 310-317-319 Robinson Bldg. '' MIDCO BLDG., TULSA. CONWAY BLDG., CHICAGO MIDCO OIL SALElS COMPANY Lubricating Oils of Every Description, Including Filtered Stocks, Petrolatum Jelly and Wax. PRODUCERS REFINERS MARKETEH3 IMPERIAL .REFINING COMPANY . PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS General Offices: Ft. Worth, Texas Refinery: Ardmore, Okia. THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY REFINERS OF HIGH GRADE CRUDE PONCA C1TV, OKLAHOMA J. F. CAMPION OILS PROMPT SERVICE S07-80S-S09 COSDEN BLDG. BIGHEART PRODUCING & REPINING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS A LI, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS High Grade Lubricating Oils, Cylinder Stocks and Refined Wax. Executive toffices, Ninth Floor Mayo Bldg., Tulsa, Okla. Refinery, Blgheart, Okla. Phono Osage 3069 PHILLIPS HIGRADE REFINING'CO. Refineries Okmulgeo, Oklahoma Andrews nidr. Dallas, Texas. Dion 4to) GASOLINE TIIONE OSAGE 6411 Office, Dallas, Teui . TULSA, OKLA. Oklahoma City, Cushlng, Ponca City, Resident Agents. Phone $369 AND REFINERS Tulsa, Okla., Mayo Bldj. Commercial Bank Bide. AT CUSIIINO LaSallo Struct, Chicago. & GAS COMPANY Cedar 672 Tulsa, Oklahoma Phones 6115 Sales Offices, Tulsa, Okla. First Nut'l Bank Bldg.