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1TLSA DULY WOULD, i'l lsim, M 17,
INTHE OIL FIELDS
W. H. PECK
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, , . o ..f m.ninn fit Hie fllllni?
p, ,... AiffeleM 1ih been
, i ,..n lrom :7 to an cent
, tl,.- st.iiuUrtl ot Oall-
; ' k . mi' r ih.- I' .1(1.
. ,i i i , n in it-t Is explained
,, I ii .1 hi belli due to a
, I ..r i rude oil, but tl"'
' I. i lav tll.lt It l il IllOVC
till, .'in tlv n- In- - w n fmiTK
Will HlUll ilolVi nil, t,, ti.lMic grin
I". i hard ,ti, .1 th. ml pi o.lm or mi
1 i K -1 I i follow uii It I- a i-iinto-liiiuy
cprcnlon heard here In Tiil.t
Unit "the nil iiuili will Hhut down
when ho mn'l pet mnnxy In ilrlll"
nnd thin point in about i ort;hf.l
There i.i tin money in producing oil,
at prreint price.
One of the wisest oil men In the
biiilncMH In of the opinion that the
MUpnMoii of nhuttlriK down houhl
be ruled by th government of the
lulled HlHtrit, tiirouttli n UctiHr. eyR
tnin, wherein the Hurenti of .Mine
would have complete charRe, The
only difficulty In tn re. onolle a
t-rhemo of thin kind with the rluht
guaranteed under thi- t-iuiMtilulton
of Individunl m lion, hii.1 Hi. ro you
Would It not bo better were tbo
pipu limx to build tankage?
, . r the. KtamUrd to put ( . . . ,. . .
,,i i-if-moMM iiiiiHinueii iik I Important Operations
l.i.ll KtllpplttK III BUFolttU II. , n,,,,,,
,i .ni.i of il belter fiuulltv;"' ''"
i .,1 In t'allfornl.i, and It i The total 0r u, w production from
i.i .n-d to hhut out Kasto the week.- i onipli tionM in tin. (l-uite
I uKi. which In bound lo Ih conalderablv leta than Hint of tho
t,, ihe new nelllni: price overuse, of prevlouii week, and prop.
if the cm'cskIvc rrelMht .mil- no piruc in tin- (iKiahom.i ncMa
; Is OllM'tVlllK
I ij. ri of Hos AliRolen
UK l Mir niloo nboul Hie
in. i nd one of them eMl
. ..nin will bo J10.000,
i ..,, -.inn- to the people of
, ,,i- perhaps lo the pco-
' r iiifmnia, n It I not
, I t . how much territory
-. ,, iik-n In lo "nvo tbn viiM
kii. ii nbovo.
, , . niffered the wornt
,. ,i h .-..'ii..- ever known In
i iv ,,' the country when n
t -iin-i-t from here took
L- i i ii r. : ot ens as a port of
. nins.. The Rood people of
rn f ,i win- bii.lly riled when
J , ' ,.r. Tu I in broiiBht his own
. ... i h.m nod proposed to con-
. , . .i - ' . inn "public properly "
,-i- iul.. property all rlnht l(
' . . v . f some of the wise bends
... ... r. kioc ifnycrntnMit control
, , . ; I ' hitiK 1" correct.
... I f.mhloned ctrlne surh
I ud .lotto by u ooiinty JihIkp
h i-uMi n w yeiirn iiko In bud
. i i d tb'se diyH. He ald that
, 'irnf. owned til" l.nid nntl
"d tt drilled If there wan no
iik'1 fT RiH he still hud :i rlsht
, i-. ' .ivn m the oil Hnnil, as he
, . rd ,'ie lud from the tenter of
ihf r-ir'b t i lb" blue k'. Illn do-t-;
i-i in r'M-r disputed by nuy
tirrn. nt ultbouRli there wan a
, , jm'i r nf deputy stntn pin
-,. p t ri 1. 1 1 sent. Ills opinion was
- aide n'ld fir rcnrhlnc; find withal
ro .-i i ! thit It made an Impres-
-i ti, -o. n fnrsottcn nnd wnH not
,., pi'- 1
nt i i dnv. when theorlts are
, nr for t'overnmont control of
r.' bun ' i -n. it would be as well
en- mli. r tlint the constitution
' i lie rnlii-d Stntes )irotectM n man
i ' , rlslits and that nothing can
it. no tn nievent the drilling of
.-i .1' well that would conflict with
- r..-l "
'Jirrn In on the other hand, n
i jl r"a'.n why drlllinR should
op but not in DkHhoma alone,
t. 'n the riltthborlnc st.itcn of
f-atiM Louisiana. Texnn nnd
,&-t find this cm be brnuchl
,v ut rv ei',v by the simple pro
i of prrMiiFion and arrutnent.
TVnro ire plenty of men In Tulsa
tttin rruld pervo on n commlttpp
h ti . r.uld present the matter tn
fn r,l men of the nelshborlnt!
-itrs and hnvp all iinneresfary or
u '1-1 il-illini; stopped at once.
Tt" mime in Rannllne In Callfor-
. nan . uused bv tho ntate utlpmpt
z rt .-ppiiiate the prise, and cnii
. m sold for many years at
i hiU.w ltd real value. Tbo
. i ' ini'ii'h rp'ued tn srant tbn
r i' 'he oil compnnipn to reKU
. ih -,t own price", beraiinn of
. ''i 'bat Fomeone would ob-
'" the in. rpased price. It l.n
' .x.imple of what RovntnPnt
will d.i. and now that the
p i ( .illf.i-nia has bepn lowered
' 'jf-'a', it in equally obvious thT-t
b' vinr-s , an take eaio of Itnrlf
If .n..- and nil condition
1 riubt now when 1' In cer-
i'l li-ne to exppi-t a better tie-
'.'1 with a tariff on Mexbm
!. n tironpppt. the oil men are
'' '" u- down and (loins II with a
"''o The I'hllllpn petroleum
-mpar,y his annnunepd that bere
'"r t w, I proceed to tloso all
'firm exnpt fhp home office and
1-n'ieij i i ts form Including
'noiriitr. f oin Texan from Dkmul
' IlrlRtow lluncnu nnd 'Wichita.
van. i tun likPly contlniin Itn
1' Ir.s in i'ii district where Its In
eirri d'tnand nffnotn bp drilled.
i. if nrcrunu-nt In favor t
the thntdoHii to a
Kruitir cilmt thdti lh Onago couu
rrobahly the bent well of the week
was tbn No. a ot .1. K. McKlnncy lo
cated in the unuthenut i orntr ot the
northi.a.nt of the souHiiunt ot th
liortliWPht ot 26-23-10, which wan
shot with 180 quarts and Ht.irtvd out
innklnK 100 barrel. Dther well
completi.d Include, tbn followliiR;
The will of the Uilffcy Cliliesple Oil
company In the center nf the south
line of the southeast of the south
east of i-s lb Rood for 10 barrel
alter ,i till iiuarl shot, the No i
will of the Winona (HI conip.iny lo
cated In tho northwest corner of the
noiubwc.H of the solilhea-t of lit)-29-II
found sand from l.ii'.t, lo 1,40.1
feet and Is liood for l.'i barrels after
an ,iu U.iu shot; the Vorkboitia OH
compnnj lian a 25-bnrri-l well ufter
a CO quart shot In itn No 7 located
in tlie southeast cornir of the imrtti
wont of so-24-11 in sand from 1,612
to 1.G26 feet; ItiiKlatid and othcr'H
No. 1 well located In the southwest
corner of 1S-27-11 Is innklnK ".
OOO.COn reet of ,i and considerable
water tt a total depth ot 2, HIS feet,
the No. 1 well of tin) liu,i Oil com
pany located In the noithvant i ornor
of the southwi-Kt of :il-2fi-11 has
been shot with 200 quartu in hand
from I.G47 o 1.T0R feet, and Is es
timated to bn Kood for 35 barrels,
and DoiiRlnn and otheiH have a 50
li.trrel well mutual in their No. 1
rell loiated In the Miuthwest corner
of tho northwest of Hip northwrtt
of 3-2 l-S In s-J'd from 1.513 to 1.9S5
The followlm: fniluren bae been
reported; tho No, l well of I.indon
and others located In the southwest
coiner of the northwest of IG-.T1-9
Id dry and abandoned at a total
depth of 2,15k fept; No. 3 well of
WlMrr and others In the center ot
tho south line of the southwest of
tho noitheast ot 2.1-J7-11 Is dry and
abandoned at a total depth of 1.700
feet; and the well of the Finance
Oil company located in the southern!
corner of Ih" northwest of 7-22-U
Is dry and abandoned at l.nJS feet.
New operations belmt starled In
clude the followlnc: The No 1 well
of the Winona Oil company In tho
northwest corner of 1.1-28-10, the
Vn il M-i-ll of the Osnire Indian Oil
cornntiny in the southen-.t corner .of
the northwet-t or the southeast of the
southeast ot 17-20-11 is rld'KinK up;
The No. 5 well of the lteserve Oil
compmy In the northeant corner of
tho southwest of the northeast of
tbo northwest of 3-22-0. is spuddini;
in; Foley and otln rs am rlgKiuK H'
on their No 2 well loiated In the
aouthoast lorner or the southwest
of the southeast ot the northeast of
20-22-10, Tbo No. 2 well of the San
tuna Oil compan) in tin- Hiutbw.it
corner of the noithwest or tli
northwest of 24-25-10 is a in; up
The Tevntp.in Oil company h No
well in tho northwest corner of the
Kouthe.ist of 10-25-9 Is a lis up
Iiarnes nnd Ilrown are spu.iu.nu
on their No. t well local. -d In
northeast comer of a 1-22 !i
Itiverland OH compnnv ban .1 i K
on the ground for its No. 7 1", .,u I
l.. Ihn center Of Hie north H'e
il.n unnthwest Of lti-22-9. The N
well of the fl.lltb Oil ioip.in l i
the northeast corner of th north
et ot tbn northeast of the north
east of 1-22-7. ii ilrlllinK at i00 feet
I'iiro has tools in for bin N" - w-'ll
i....A,i.i I,, thn niithwest corner ol
In...' .nnikiuit of tho southwest of
tho pout heart of 31-20-11. and his
,..,.ii in the northeast corner
ii f the southeast of the northwest of
k-20-11 in Hpudilins in
1 SllMVl III 1 .11
'be same sand
- 'J to 2, .103 fept and is now shut
down to ti hi. limine alio! others No.
-' H. ill in the snuHlWi.nt i oi nrr of
i be northeast f the southwest of
Hi" notibwiHt ot 20-ls-w alnn fo.ind
"Hi sand fmni 2.280 to 2.2S3 feet.
nnd In now shut down to test the
'liiW. l'rollilhlv IhP bnsl i.. n.lln
iiowlmr in ihu uih.i tm , n... v.. ,
Hall nf .Mcl'hflll and ,.ih., i,', ,'i.
norihwput coinpi' of the northeiwt
of th norlhwmjt of !9-t-w which
oimii nun deeper sand from 2 297
lo 2.2fl ft. and havn a hole foil
of on casini: Is belnij run. and tho
wen win oi completed lieu Week.
The No. J u-ell of tlrlniin lli.l,.
son loealpil in Hip southeast corner of
inn rinriliweist f th sottlheast of the
northwi.t of as-is-Sw, which w
thought would make a Well In snnd
ii om i siiK in 1.703 rt-ct. In going to
be drilled on down, as Hie show did
tint prove lin an vooil j,m i.M
To Ihe last, this shallow lnv in iim
to get better, an Hip No. I William.
son of the t'olrorrt Oil riiniiiiitn- In
th southeast i orner of tho southeast
oi inn goiuheast or 27-la-Sw Is r
portrd In he flowing BO l.rnrel. In
sand from i . .' 7 1 to 1 sin foot. m,..
i nil nnd others also hae fountl
this mind in their test In Ihe norih
east i orner of the south weal nf the
southwest of 3-ls-Sw. and thev ato
now coring upend at 1,H feel,
t'omnlptlons for the n.tst w-pi tn-
eludp; The No 1 Wilson of tho t'n-
line Oil compsnv localed In the
muithwent corner of 2H-1n-lw' Is
abandoned at 2.010 feet; the Online
"II company s No 1 Slaving Ine.itpd
in the southeast corner of the south-w-iil
of the noilhwest of the South-
past of 2!-ln-iw Is tPmnot-Hrllv
abnndonpil at a.ltr.O feet, hut nmv be
drilled dppprr at a later dale, Hip
mi 1 iow or liraiiam anil ntbflrs
loi-nted In thn aouthweM coriipr of
the northwest of the norlhwest of
ao.In-Sw has been shot In as a 1,
000, 000-foot gas well In sand from
2.025 tn 2.032 feet, the l'loneer 'HI
company's No. 1 well lornted In Ihe
northeast corner of the southeast of
the southwest of tho southPast of 25
In 0w found land from 2.03R to
2,01 feet, and In mnkliu: 100 bar
rels of oil and considerable water,
the No. 1 Fowler of the (lvpv Oil
c "inpanv in the southeast corner of
the northwest of tho sou thrust of
25-1 n-Bw found Hip second sand
from 2,10s to 2.12 1 feet and Is esti
mated to he good for 35 barrels.
Hie Homo Oil company's No. 1
Kerter In the pouthwpst cnrtiPr of
t lie northwest of tbo soul Invest of
I l-ls-Sw Is good for 5.000,000 feet
of gas In sand from 1.H1I to 1.H20
feet; the Cosden oil company's No
1 Mulky located In thn northeast cor
ner of ",-ls ' H estimated to be
good for 75 b.-irn-ln on the pump In
"and f- nn 2.138 to 2,152 feet,
Crump Hid llrard's No. 4 Smith in
the Hnu'hoast i orner or the south
west of the southwest of tbo ninth
cnt of 32-ln-Hw Is good for 250 bar
rels In sand from 2.103 to 2.203 feet,
name compnny'H No. 5 Kmllh In the
southwest i orner of the southeast
of the southwest of tbo northeast of
32 ls-Sw has set easing at 2,100
feet on top of the sand and the well
is flowinir: the No, 4 Hhellon of Hant
and I'nrxnnH in tho northwest corner
of the Noutheast of the northwest of
the southeast of 32-l.n-Sw In good
for 700 barrels in sand from 2,193 to
2 IDS feet; the McMann Oil com
pany ban a 30-barrel well in Its No.
9 Htephans located In the southwest
cornir of tho northwest or 33-ls-Sw
In sand from 2.214 to 2,223 fpet;
the No 1 fantrel of Ihe Kmpire Oil
company in the nnrthwmf coiner
of the northeast nf thn southeast of
32-l.n-Sw has been deepened to 2.1
feet in the mini topped at 2,175 feet
and Ih good for S50 barrelH, the
Umpire Has ,t Kind compnnv'" No. I
Htorv In the southeast corner of the
northwest of 32-I--RW In good for
' n barrels in si ml from 2 170 to
2 ISf, f ct the No 2 S'eph.ins of the
M.iirnoll.i Petrol. -uni innipanv in the
sim'hwei , om, r of the n.rHiits!
of tiie northw.-t of !-1n (w t.-nind
sand a' .' .'! f. ' nnd has 1 70'i t.-et
of ..r .ii tin In.,, an I the Mi M ,-,n
(ill 'onifi.i'ii ha an ontl-inted nn
l..i'1-el w.ll n i's '0 I Stepnai
led in ihe northeast corner of
111 I I
Tests tn Hie Human field whlih
are of unusual intend Include: The
No. I Well ot Itlrdsoe and othprs In
the northeast orner of Ihn south
east nf the southwest nf 5-ls-Sw, Is
shut down ut 2,150 feet; the No, 1
well of t'olcord and othem located
In the northeast corner of the north
west of ld-ls-Sw, found the sand
from 2,111 to 2.118 fept, mid la now
teaming to 2, ISA feel, the No 3
well of the folcord oil company In
the southweat comer of thn north
west of tho Southeast ot section 2S
Is-, has round the two upper
sands dry and Is drilling about 2,150
feet; the V-i 1 Vnibroiigh of th"
Mountain Utile on company In the
southeast cinner ut 5-In w, Is now
shut down with a hobi full or W'lllel
at E MS feet uniting for stan. laid
tools, Cosden Oil A Has Co. No. 1
Wlntena lo.aled In Hip) outh'ipat
i in ncr of tho southeast oC Hfcls
few. is dulling at 2.5ri3 feet: Ihu No.
'I (l.iffoid of Ihu Carter Oil com
pany In the northwest corner of tho
southwest of the northwest of 11-Ih-Sw,
ih finning at 2,515 feet;
Hmyllio and oilu-rs No. 1 Illiser lo
cated In the swtilhcast corner of tho
nortbrast of, the northenat of the
goutliwcpt of M-ln Hw, In now drill
ing ut 2, 150 fcil, as the showing
was mined and li.nl to bo passed till;
Nn. 1 ltusm'1 of Ferguson and o'ti
('trt located in the southwest corner
of tho southeast of 25-ln-7w, Is
drilling at 2. US feet; lllo No 1
Herder of the Carter Oil company
loiated In the southwest corner of
the northwest or S-Ih-Sw, Ih drilling
at 2.430 feit, HhuIlK and liteen re
ilillllug at 2,120 feet In llmo In their
No. 1 Hi pool land locteil In the
center of the north line of the south
half of the northwest of thn south
west of 13-ln-Ow, and tho No. S
well ot (Snlloway and otbeis In the
nnrthwent corner of the southeast of
the southeast or 2'J-ls-Sw, In drill
ing at 2,li()7 reel; Ihe North Atneil
can Oil company a No. 3 Spencer In
thw northwest cornir of tho south
east of ;iu-l-Sw, h.ia froion rim
ing at 2,215 feet, unil tho Nn I
Spemur of llordon and iithnrs lo
iated In the northwest corner of
31-ls-Sw ih Hulling at 2,30,5 feet.
I'arauon May Develop Oil
Trade on ihe Ureal Lakes
There arc s,.i-i.il unusual futures
alsnu I'liiagon Hi fining i otnpany of
Toledo, Ohio, and not tho least of
Hume ti an intimation, made b the
prmldent, .Mr. 1'lsli. In bit annual
statement, that th" company has in
mind the estalilishinent or a oii.u
Uikis ilep.iiiini nt. He enys, n i
my opinion thai a further .parMn
progiam m.i be unilertnkeii foi tn.
purpose or providing marine iiuiw
......... i ...i ui........ in Ihn inori-
IU. ill . K-ll I..'. --v -
,, ut. ..,1,.,. i Inilosii lul centi-rH on the
Hi cat Uik.-H from which both do-
niesilc and export liuslnpsn i-ouni
originate." Thu company has iu
i ently borrowed two or threu mil
lion dollats or new money and II
would be Interesting to know wheth
.1. u,.,im of thu was intpndud for this
Urtat Hakes department.
The fie.itist commeree oi
rnlled KtntiiR Is now adjacent to
and over these large fresh water
sens which sepnrato us from tho i.ip
ldly growing llrltlnh doinlnloii m Hi"
north, and there Ih no question but
Hint this (ommerce must tontlnue
to Increase In Important c.
Statement of l'liiagou Hi r.ning
for tbo ear 1920 shows that the
company spent nearlv f3,0ii0."i0
.exact rigurcs $2.RH,7i8) in addi
tions and extensions! to us p.ant
pipe lines, ou , during ihe .
Paragon lief tiling Is one of the c.y
few Independent oil rcfluetles i asl
of the Mississippi river which gem
in .Mid-Contineiii (Hide through
pipe lines Thin it does by nn- in- "f
. i... ii.ii,,., ,.r its own nlius wi 'i
th'e of lllajol r nmpalltOH
i The i omp.iuj iv cumulated n large
! rp'ii t vp of i ode oil In 1921, appri,l
niatelv l.0oii,.."() barrels, ..n win. Ii i
HUH obliged t" '.I'-" a i - nnill. r.il..e
. n entoi i ions w ben i i ud oil pi.,
The .ompnni dim ontli.ueil p;iv-
ii il i-i l i -
lo.ll ,.H us j,l. ,,,l, l III p
ol Do- . oiiuiioii. mi i mil i ollmg stoi h
"t I'ltitgi'ti l(. fining Co.l- Pre
Hie .Moore Oil Heporler.
Late lieports on
1ho No. 1 well of the !tr Oil
rUtulli'iitc In 25-7 21w, whli h Was
dillled about a foot In sand, topped
at 1.U57 feet several dnys ago, is
now reported to be flowing natural
betwt-tn Hie rlghl inch and six Inch
wing As Hie sl-lni:b nine W'aa
being lowered behind Hie bit. It
wan Impossible lo make w perfect
landing, slno the well found a m.ll
flow of water at 1 " .0 feet, and was
making about 5.000 out) feet of gas
when the drilling wax going on. The
operation was ihut down ubont u
d.iv for iinderre lining when tbn nil
tahtcrt high enough to reach the
gas, and Hun begun flowing. 11 Is
i miniated to pe good for about 100
barrels an tt now stands, nnd It Is
t "ported the w,ll will be put down
deeper in the sand sometime this
There has bei n consldetabla shal
low "drilling m thla part of the coun
try, and several wells to ihe west
of the new producer had showings
t'f oil and gas In the sands found
fiom Hen to 1 1 0n teet. The llr.iiilte
Mountains ouiiiop right near (limi
ne, anil it is said the gianlle Is
reached In the locality of the new
well about 150 feet The sands In
the nlber louts have been tilln, and
although mil' ti ex. ltoiii' iil has been
canard at different nines, none of
the shows proved enough to make a
well The new show big Is no ilotibl
tho b'tit that has been found In this
suction of the eounttv, and the drill
ing In of Hie new wi ll Into the sand
will be watched with Inlereel
(Continued on following page )
With the Oil Men
T. 11. Cowcll. secretary nf the
Transcontinental Oil i o ni p a n y
speaking of the lolilnrado field
writes The World an follows-
"I III lleve Hilt some of tile IllPn-j
perletii ed oieriiors In Hie fl Id have i
been drilling wells too di ep. some I
ot them running Into suit water audi
sanding up. This can lip obviated!
to a great extent by i hanging fiom
the Hilary outfit lo st-uiilard inula
when you utrlke the oil sand. We
havn drilled five wells now, all or,
which are large producers or pond
oil with no nalt water or 1) S Our
method In lo change to Ht.md.iril
lig and itible tools the mlnitl.- wi
strikn the oil pay. Tills enahlesi us
to keen our wells clean and we can
ilrlll tliem a foot or two at a time
it they commence lo rail off We
have met with excellent ri nulls In
ihls method or completing tho witln
we have dillled so 'Hr
Til" Held In a big one extending
five tnllen northwest and isiulheast
and two and a half iiiIIch cam and
west, and the limits not yet de
fined Tbo production Is coming tiotu
the Nacbltoehe h.uiiI tbo name mi
tho upper Hand In Homer. We are.
however, confident that thin aiea
will produce from the llhipHnm the
lower roiuiatlon in whb h Uie Inn
er wellii weie obtained at Homer
Hldorndo field In our opinion pi
sure to prodii. a lain'- amount or
oil and while tlif i e is n flump la
the ih intind for some refund piud
lie's at the present, every oil man
who U lonvcr.'Miil with coniliiKins
rutlv n.iliziH thai Him rondi'ion it
only temporary anil that sooner or
. a t I- ' i -
i i 'i '
i in- ii. gi ai k iii in . .1 '
i .ii . I I I'.-ln v i lll.it nn w.oii i f i
I i lun credit are established w. Mil.
largest export of H-fun-il
In this country wo b.iv
1 1. Dingwall oil riodu. Ing i
II" iimti will entertain at tllnm i
v . itnesday night at the Hotel lui-i
In Honor of a party of friends a ml
stoi a holders who will air.Ue mm1
(into tomiiriow. .1. Alex IMiikw.iI.
has heen in thn Hint and will renin,
with thn party. A good lime Is In
store tor tho easterner who i.m
i mint on having lh time or then
1II..H enjoying thn Mights ot tin in.
N. V, V. Kranehot bft for hi
homa at Halnmanca, New V.uk
Hutidav and will not return to Hi" oil
coiiiitiy until somellmo next fall
lb torn leaving be enipball'-iiik
mated his opinion n regatd to as
log Ihe corpora'lnn loiumlasion oi
Oklahoma In lake charge of dill!
Ing operations, and Mr Kr.in.-li"'
experience envois A whin period nf
years He would rather suffer tl
natii lalH than lo aland for a poll' i
which he lonsldera .ihsoliitol)
J. II .Morrison who Is ssoci.it.l
wllh W, l Welmer and cmnpain
and Is manager hore, la "til all. i i
sevin weeks siege with snnielhim.
tos.-mbllns th "tin." He has I
a lot of weight but Is feeling much
W. II. ltoiwer who recently under
went mi operation In a Marietta.
Ohio, hospital la back troin a trip t.
California and la feeling bettet ever
William Mscka Is mailing out' In
vllailons for a luncheon at thn Si
liouU club on the evening of Tues
dav. Mav 17, Willi h ditto is coin
cldent with thn opHliltig of Hie IK
public National bank of which U
K. lit own fortuerly ch.ili man of Ho
executive committee of the Kit it
Nallouai Hank of Tulsn, in now pres
lilent Tulsa peoplu nie greatly In
leienlld In tho auci eaa of the new
bank. Mr. Macks signs bin name il'
chairman of tbo organisation i oin
tnlttie. but does not appear olhei
wise In Ihe lint ot off. em or ill
i... tors of ihe big Institution. II'
has ptob.ihlv been content to organ
I., tin iiiHiiliiHon mil hl.n gift for
oHMtiirafmn Is very great.
f l.iren. e .Morris. Chli'nr,n manager
of lb.- Wlb ox Oawall orgaiiljiitlon.,
Is in Hie illy on liuslnr s.
2-room office anil atoro-
:?-rooni jnimpcr's house,
l-rooin least! hotiso
Hunk housea and cook
For immediate delivery
M a n it fae tu red and Hold by
& MFG. CO.
1645 E. Sixth
When buying line pipe, casing and tub
ing, cull us for prices
f . M I'I'M HII' Willi SI.KS A.M Wl.llilirs AMI
SAVI, MM MU.MI1
IV 'arltf in Mo.if.in crude and
at,, i ii--. ,p argument In favor
-it ira-io-i .imei-.g (he oil pro-
OIL AND GAS
Bniipllrs I'riMlartloD, Ktf.
Attenlbui. I.ii-oHiio Men
i.jm .i I 'B -ton Kelly truck
will ti.ulc for good tint
-' - ilm I'orstei-liavis Motor
"'S Hill. Advt.
it attractive prices.
" ' i -itu h, 2S-Ib. new Nat
.: 1 .uu feet 10 -inch, 10-
oi National i using: ono
onipleto string Htand.ii'd
I'hiine Cedar 10PS. Adv.
l,r for nil and gnn. uw '4
r- ek county nnd tho east
uiln ast oiiarlei' of 13-10-0.
mtv likla. J3r, nern Iioihih.
1' r. ownnr. Vincenncs.
0 well located
( orner of the southwent of th
west of l-.'l-ll; The No. 1
at low pi ice-, for
out of etoi k in
' us ho fore placing vour
I eenti, rg 1'ipo & Supply Co.
"snge 476(1 I, I), xo MO-il
r-t si Tulau, Oklahoma.
rii? mi for i'n
In the southeast
TKll I II -
.. ti ,.l
est of l-.'l-li; i no .-.o. i " "
IMvo and othern lociuo "
northeast corner of tho aouthwint
of tho northeast of the southwest
of 6-:'U-U is a rig; Douglas h.m a rig
up in the center ot the west line of
the northwest ot S3-2I-H for b.s
No. 1 well and has made a loci n
for No. welt in the mutln-asi or
f iim northwest of tho north
...u, ,.r ml."!-!! mill the No 1
of tho Osigo Nation oil oinp.it '
i., ii... noi-the.ist corner of the noitli
west of the northeast of Hi
nun of 2'-Jl-0. Is II H
in the Duncan Field
Tho finding of big pr"d i'" I"
a Mini below 2,200 feet is the m..
linporniit lipvelopmt-nt m t '"
can field during the pact w. k win n
the No. 1 well of the Margav
corporation in .10-ls-Sw w-nn drill"'
, to this d.ep I'.iv found i bout
.iik I.,, i nurl slarted .. i' nom-ig
heU, r t'.nii 1 "ft" barn 1
the . is' there -r' n.- '
tin- sand .is th. N" ' ' '
and ot ti. rn to. a'o'l ' '
'ill ' " pa-.i a
THE NEW I
ill )1f ) it i f H
til i i i.i i i.i i in i n iu m
' l r- r r r U
r. -u. i. raciory
I'llOM os(, li;,lll
I'llOM, OS(.l INS.-,
MI.IIT, ( I l)lt 7(111
325 Central National Bank, Tulsa, Okla.
YAitim i sr or 1 m i.itoi mis
WITH TIIE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
BARNSDALL REFINING COMPANY
Manufa. mi lug "II 1'' lobuin I'm. .In. is, liiKnKin.lii Hnlirl. atnig Oil.n,
1 1 1 1 1 i . i.m us ami K. fiir.il Wax
Hxeciitivu i iffii eH 'ItiiLlt I looi l'i u uiuuin lildg
!rtcrinn liiglie.ii t, okla. Tul4.ii, Oniigo 0050
' p'le In AiU field, closo-up
' " 'I ruvalties near new loca
"(I also well In 32-fi-f.. Also
for test wollsj In Pontotoc,
.iiol Pomlnnlo counties.
., -ubl'oi k county, Texas ;lnd
' i I'n ...Univ. Mv. i Ii..,, li.c
m Hote!, Ada, fiklu
.in 1 , .i-ing at Inter. -'ing
mlllC'll.itP dellverv out of
1 .ill -lies ijei our pu.es and
' ' ' We sell tor less l-'eei -1
'' cv SuioiK C.i I'l ,, s
Out of stock, 25.000 feci
of 2-inch 1 ,800-lb. tost
Now National line jhik.
201 Senman Bldg.
" Completely equipped with self
starter, electric lights, demount
able rims, one-man top, rain
vision windshield, foot accele
rator, speedometer, horn, etc.
The Lewis Marsh Corp,
Tenth and Main
SJ nWTIIMrlwil tTinnemiTj3
GUSTAFSON & SPENCER INC.
Huciiksms to Andt-rhon A. (liml.ifHdn. Inc.
HKI'lNFilt.S AMI MAIIKHTHHH.
Itefini-I ii ineral (irflee, ObliuKO
t'ui him; .m.l i'olumbu Tulmi, fitflro I'bone D 7160
MAN I l-ACTI'llKltH Ol-' HTHAKiHT 11UN tlASOHlNll
iji iieiiil uffici H in I Soutli Cli.-i ennu Htteut
l'iiont- tisage 700
C1IAS. E. NOBLE OIL & GAS COf
(lASOHINII WITH THI-3 I'KP
Producers and Huflii'ia of (JruiK. Oil nd ilunufacturer Canliiglnjad
M.iln Oflo -, 'I iilia, Okla.
OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY
lllfih ilimlii I'llr. b uin i'linluiia rium Garbcr Crmlo
W. IL BARBER COMPANY,
Alwuys In murket Tor petroleum product.
MlNM.Ai'OMS AND CHICAOO
COSDEN & COMPANY
111(111 (,KAUH PKTH'iMlI'M I'llOllL'CTS
'1 ul-a. ( ik, . tioin.-i
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
M, .'a nr n ' . i il ' , '. n ,ind 11 ended Oamillno
i , , , , . , Tu'a, Okla.
Wcngcr Arms! ron i? Petroleum Co.
.. - . I'hl ano. HI.
Nn It.. ;,nn k.nneiH Hldj. I'nlon Ai.a.b- ItlilB.
I uliia. ll.l i fitt-biiu-b, I'a
603 Praetorian HIilR
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
IlRI'INMttH, ISXPOItTHHB AND MAItlvlVrllHtn
TiiIih orrice. t'oeden 11ld, Phone -1409
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
a ; iw ii hi, nn
PHONU OSAHK I3:
ACME PftTROLUUM CO.
"blrniro Office: !!(! Mouth .Mlclilgan Avenue
hunnan r Itv Offl.-e. Tnliia Offlre. Pallan. Teian
,;;',l.r,1.' '."',' " Atcn llldK. f.flO Hos-er llldn
Kl M. OIU fiAH nil,. KKItOMKN'14, NAPHTHA, (1AHOMNW
VVHITF, OIL CORPORATION
PltODri'Rftfi ANH IIHI'INKHH
HO.MR fi.-'i'.v No. f,n Ilrti.td St.. New Vork
'.'a Kciiniily Hilir.. Tulnn. Okla.
INDIA110MA REFINING COMPANY
lleflnerle nt (Ikmulpee. tikli., Kant Kt. Houln. 111.
HT. 1,0018 fllTH n. KKIHOIt I, IIHHI2IIVI3 HANK llMHl.
PRODUCERS & RF1MNI0RS CORP.
PIlODt'CKIta AND HlOflNRllfl OP "PAHCO" l'llTHOIiKUH
New I'lmt Nallonnl Hank IlullillnK.
SAPULPA RFFINfNG COMPANY
ninN'i-'H nsAnn 70f-oi
Manuficliirem Pelrolenm ProdilclH- talen Dept.
712 New Vlrkt Nallonal Hank Hid.
EMP1RL0 RFFINFRIES INCORPORATED
iierinenefi l.nenled at Olnnulree, Olilntionm ("Ity, Cuahlnir, Pone City.
Okla , (lalneevllle, Texnn.
Haleii orrico- Phono 7000; -110 Unity 111(1., TiiIm. Okla.
Livingston Refiners Corporation
... 'I'""r'l'HH UnriVISIll! -MAltlfRTKflfl
All I liiiliict,, f Pclroleum. All PlmncM Nnso 1)420
(iciu ral OHIi cH, Tulsa, Okla.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
It. J. HIIAItPi: nnd II. T. MHHSKIl, Healdent AKcntn. Phono Hilt
I ROXANA PETOLEUM CORPORATION
I PltonnCHIUI AND ItHFINHHR
B MI. 1 .111111 TVTfl Aeiinil,. ftt.t..
Chlink'..; H... Coi'itlnenta, Com.ncrcu 'llk )ua'T
SIIAFFFR OIL & REFINING COMTANY
HHFlNIIlllKH AT CHHHINO
Haleii Office, 208 South IwiHallo Htrect. ChlcaSo.
THE PURE OIL CO.
Iteflnerlen at C'lmhlnif and Ardmore.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANIC CA IIM I.I5AHHH, IMSPAIItun AND UKnVIhT
Oeo. 1' HliKll.llll. HouHlvviiHt lteiirr...l,.il., mm n..
GENERAL REFINING flOMPAWV
--f , !' i mm. UKia.
JiOi al 'I elei)iono Odan No. 27S0
Ixuik HlHtanci., 1 J). No. H8
l"lirctitterB of all petroleum producU for exnort
, ., HAHICS Ol'l'ICUS.
New Vork -No. fit Ilrnndway Pnrl Continent, i . .
Kxport Tor iuIioiIn
OKLAHOMA PRODUCINCr& IUFIn1ngC0RP
......... " o'nionl
pinioi,i;n.M and its pnonucTs
Salen and Uunernl urib e,, o. p. & jt. UuUm
Tiilna, Okluhumu uing
SINCLAIR CRUDE OIL PURCHASING
CONSTANTIN REFINING CO
Oeneial Ottl.u Tenth rioor. Mm, National Hank UhIE
Iteflm-rlin, Tula, Devol
I'liufiu Ohuku C020
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
I'lrntOLHUM AND PJ'S PHOmjCTU
(lenerul OtfbeH: I't. Worth. T.h.ih lluflnery: Ardw-ore. Okl.
THE MARLAND JiKFINING COMPaIJy
ItHPlNfSftS OK HIOH rniADH CltUDH
i'ONCA CITY. OKLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
807-808-803 ''OriDUN HJiHO.
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
nnr mm- t Ik lit hnmu. IilaitLH.
O-ysia U O. 207-n I-ynclj JJldK., TuUa.
Wit iti il only guaitiitti iU uau!.ii ui uur own rruaufrtctura from
mite Oklahunm nlaitia.
PHILLIPS HI GRADE REFINING CO.
PKTi lill.l'lt.'M PIIODL'OTS
Iteflnerlen tiales Otflrcn. TtllRS, Okl.
Okmulk'ec, Oklahonui Hirst Nal'l Dank Itldif.
Pi i .in a t '
1 '. CPI.A
Amka,ia i -r H
Mi n r n Moferuni
QuotoijVKrnm va. (u.ut
Il n Hi. Hark it lb ton- li.ioi. i Ii. or t p Hie Sinililno Is Coming
" 4 U H. SO il? t l.a-t'
' a oki.-i A'!.-.