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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1921
IN THE OIL FIELDS
Oil Mnrltet )untntlne.
CI Dnrarin, Ark.
Ilayneftttlle , ,
Itaclanil .. .
. I SO
t.'emenl . ...
Waltera . . .
Klectra . :
i j: numsurn 'u
J f Merene .'o..
IlKllt i. u
Elk llaaln . .
lit aaa Creek . . .
Ilia Mu.My ...
Mult (.'reek . ,
Cat Creak. Mont.
larri, J tine. .
Knur Lake, ( . .
tv. C'nWmbla ,
Caddo in ,
faddo l to II,.
Cliilt Bayou .
A Wonderful Christmas
It hns liccii a o n cl t r f n 1 Chrlel
mas In k.it, r lliv chcorlMM ycr
' "ii men imvo just iinon
lliroush. anil If there Is. tiny line
overlooked Jn this town, and bus not
cnn Kivcn nn opportunity lo col
brnto tin' day. It would Im tho must
surprism thliiR you know.
Tim hoys who rull papers ivnr
roytilly nlerliilnr,!. iim.i linai.il:!
KlHiinoRiin who cVcrjhody Known in
tho lioritotiiririitlon of .Mndutnr
unnm Clnus. did )icrsnf proud j
Usual, Tho KlwiinN club tinned
mid hptwcMi them nil. thn newsboy
nun mo uniy of tiielr lives,
Kvon tlm old ftnl broken imwi
oil men u.ti Willi fed mill wi'll taker
t'nre of. there, urn two of Minn oid
ooyg m inn coiirny lioiiui. !mt Ihey
wore jiot niiio to leave, thi home fm
ChrlntltlllH. Iilll worn elltertririmi li
Mm. Mr-Arthur, who took with her
n woiulniftll orchestra mid riivc t,n
oldtliners ami .their fellow RUi-sts a
Thn spirit of Christmas hi every,
whore, Tho younir ludy mid licr
soiiiik miiti, who hy thu wny, nro
imiwi carninp; uieir own way m c li
worm, picked out n mlithty llkrl
looking subject nnd after rIvIiik fh
youngster n hath such ns he hud
never had. hotiKht him nn entire
outfit, nnd then, look him to Ma
v lowly little .liiirne, loudi'd with Rl'l.
$ fof tho family. The, poverty or th'
poor man wim pever moro ncut
: t lui ii in thin fnmlly, mid even n
, youiiBMter of four win Mmnklnit n
corncob plpo and deemed to onjM
It llko n llttlo mnjor.
Hut lookhiK hack over this ChrWt
man time. It would appear that be
foro another enr roll nrotum, then
will be much lean poverty, nnd thin
hecaliKo the people of Tulsa wtll b
inoro proHpcroim, nnd will liav.
work lo do and nfter n:t th
liinn who work nnd ntipporti
111 fnmlly In tho hnpp cut and th.
merriest when It cntnen to Chrim
nifiM time, Thn outlook for 1022
far an the o!l men m'o coiirernen
wris never better.
Continental Petroleum Sells
Large Fart of Holdings
, Now meH' tho tt'imri that Hie
'rniiiM-oiitliicnliil I'ctrolciim corim
ratlon Ihim purrliiiKi'il a Iiitku ixirt
of tlir IioIiIIiikh of thn ('outliieiita
J'rlnilciim ciiiupmty lit llrlstoiv. In
I'ltnlliiff mimi of (ho newly illwiiv
cicd Mtifr. In tho iol tthlcli take
the iiaino'of t'oiilliicntiil pool, cat
(of IJrKtow. it lilt II wcIIh ami n Iiitkc
i m iriiKO of IiinMo (-tiiff which N lo
cutcd Just rlKllt for u IiIr proline
lion In tho new flrlil.
Tho iirU'i! (H ruiiiliicil n belli
(11)0,0(10 hut ilctalN lire InckltiK
im jcnlcrday nil thn office m-n
siusct! r.tiil -M'.'yes. Koll.ilono inn'
lVc'lmiil, who were In the city, iif
fii-cil lo ( onrlrni or deny I ho re
lxirt. II Is the coiihCiisim of opinion
thai if tlio deal kocs throtiKli mid
tho cliniiccM mi) Unit II tv II the
TriiiiM'oiitluciital will liiKMlliilrly he
I'omo line or the larKcst piiidiicliic
(DincniH In the elate.
Late News From
KHI.rcVUI'OIlT. I,n u
Twciity-threo "KlockhiKH" vvo.ti filled
with oil by Santa t'luus, tour others
Intluted" with bus. whllo three
M-cro loft empty ilurlus tho week.
ItayncDVllle viiim to bo the spuclnl
pet of Kulnl Nick, helm; preHiintod
ihirinu thn week with n 5J)U0-lmrrcl
I.oulstnnn neored 11 eompletlonn,
ot which Buven worn oil wells, thrue
Raiisorii and ono u dry hole. Tho to
tal Initial production wan 11,175
bariels, all from Uayuesvlllo.
Arkunna conipleted 1'J wells. 10
In the Kldnrado district nnd iilnn In
tho now Uldomdo wiuili. pool. In
tho orlgltwl field there were elirht
liroilucerH, ftveranlMK 10."i barrels
cuoli for a total Initial prodtii'tlon of
StO barreW. Two other wells w tv
1'allurcs. In the smith pool elKht
wells nuded 7.730 barrels, One olh
i er test wan a nasser. The total Ini
tial production of both fields was
Moruhohn) narlsh noored a uasser
' Union camij to tho front with two
eansora anu uiiuiki repurieu a ury
Outside ot Louisiana and Arkan
' bod. Marlon county. Texas, reported
the completion of a 7S-lmrreI well
by tho Monterey ljUio Oil company
In Its No. 1 woods on the J. AVI II I.i ins
htadrlsht survey of 2.S00 foot.
An Inkling or the extent of tho
scopo of operations protr.Uec! fur the
new year In tho HuynesvHIo field
may be had from tho followlnc:
v The Ohio Oil company hau made
125 new locations, tho Ullllland Oil
company receivers 40, built 20 now
derricks and have 16 new rlcn run
nine, Tho Louisiana Oil Itoflnlngr
company Is kouplna pace with ull
llland. It U predicted thit the IlnyncB
vlllo field will reach n. production
ot 100,000 barrels dully by Febru
Production figures for th fields
OIL AND GAS
Leaifa Soppllf rrodurllon. El
Operating miiiiagrr or superin
tendent of drilling nnd producfloti
open for position after January 1.
Over twenty yours successful ex
perience haudliuar leuses, drilling
tools, and production. Very familiar
with tho deep drilling In tlio Mld
Contlnent field. Address W. C,
Hox 1313. Hartlesvllle, OMa. Ad
vertisement. 160 ucrrH, 10 wells making five
tianels net per jlay. In Nowata
county, Oklahoma, Old settled pro.
iluctlun at u rue iflce. For full
pa tr iil.-irs rail C'oJur 2510. Ad-tcitlaiiniiit.
during I he week weir: Caddo llht.
7.300 Imrrnlii; Cudilo heavy, !300,
llAynenillc, (0.200. DeHoto-lteit
river, 8,000; Homer, 22.00(1; Ulilurn-
(IO, 4Z,li00. Total 12), goo.
CoinplntlmtH for lh.. week are.
C'lnlhoriio phtIkIi, llaynravjlle dln
trlcl Hinltheriiinn .V Metlhtmld, No.
2, A. Taylor, In 16-2J-8, eame In.
innkltiK 6,000 hurreli from 2,7110
feet; lllclllc A I.uakey colnpleteil
No. I t)rr. In 27-23-8, niHklrin 200
barrel at 2,10 feel; .Moorxfleld &'
TiinniT hroUKht In No. 2 UM.oaeh,
in 22-2.1-4, iiihIiIiic 1,000 tmrielH at
2,700 feet. The Ohio Oil enmpnny
brnUKht In thrae wll, lt No. 3
Jloml, In 21-23-H. with 1.275 harreN
nt 2,80 feel, 1 1 h No. t llenru, In 21-23-8,
with 82(1 hnrrelH at 2,801 feet,
and No. 10 A Taylor. In 15-23-8.
Willi 2.77S b(irrln trnn 8,811 fuel.
The Calmer Triurt cimiplelBd No. 2
Wllllumaon. In 28-28-8, wllh GOO
ImrndN at 2,800 fent.
Caddo parlMh Thi I'ortuna Oil
eompany romplelBil H No. ' 111
IlKiupton, III 18-21-15, nrul alion
doneil tho teet at 3,22i feol on ac
count of nail water.
Morehouse purlali II. H Morrl.
truntn, hroimht In No. 1 Oraylln.
In 7-32-te, making 4.000,000 i;uble
feet of una nl 2,134 fret,
t'nlon parish Tim I'edeiHl I't
Irolelim illl'lllltny nHUOieleil No .'
V. S. M. Co. In lS-203e, with 1.000,-
000 cubic feet of tins ill 2,108 feet
Th" Transcontinental Oil enmpnny
coinph'tod NiJ I Spencer, In 2-20-e,
mnkltif; 0.000 000 feet of KH at
2.240 loot. - Arkansas (lunette.
Mexican Oil Exporta
C'oinmerio Itepoits contains an ex
tetislto report on tho October petrol
en in shipments from Mexico, show
Iiik exports of l'antico criiilo, Tux
pan crude, reduced oil, dlntlllato and
ship bunkers from three ports,
Out of 10.052,589 barrels totsl
shipped In October, the United Slates
took 1 2.088,385 barrels, with
liiii-tanil In second place, takluK
010,141 barrels. Of the total shipped
to (he Unlled Stales, 7.180.225 bnrrels
in me to Atlantic count ports, while
tho CI u ir ports took 5,039,280 bnrrels.
Standard Retains Pacific
WAHIIINC1TON. Dec 2(1. Hep iris
current In NeV Vork that tho fed
eral trade cohiinlssliin hud served
notice on the Standard Oil enmpnny
'( Cnllfornla that It must dispose
or lis holdliiKs In tho J'ariric Oil
compitiy went denied today by Nel
son If. (lasklll, chairman or tho com
SWiro both companies nre dolnif
blislilcsH In the state of California
mid nil thn Standard's products arn
consumed In that stnto It was said
that tin: federal trado commission
had no authority 'in make such a
demand upon tl)o Standard OH com-
luiny oi i:aiuorma ill response lo n
sonafo resolution. However, thu fed
eral trado commission has luvestl
Kated nnd complied a report upon
the Pacific const petroleum Indus-
trli'lHinr nctirrnl competitive con
illtl hlh in California and the United
The members of tho Standard
OH group," tho report stntes, "me
thn dominating factors in the petro
leum business of c'"ry section of the
country. Tho Standard companies.
no relatively weaker in ifroiltiriwn
ilmn liny other branch of tho netro
letim business, yet In 1919 companies I
that nro now members of tlio Stiind
nrd OH group controlled 23 1& per
.out ot tho total pnoiiuctioii or mo
entire country. Standard refineries
operating In 1919 consumed 44 per
cent of tho total nunntity of crude
petroleum refined Jn , thn United
Stntes. They owned about 08 per
cent of tho trunk pipelines, whllo
iiaudnrd murkettiig oompmue nre
the dominating factors In tlm do
mestic and export trade of the
Mnndiinl compnnloi l it ITU-ch. .
"In most of the standard mitrket-
Ing arenn east of tho llocky Moun
talus, as In California, Standurd
crndo' petroleum purchnslug com-
punles unit Htnniiurii iiiuiKeunK
ciiiniianlPM ususllv take tho lead 111
announcing price changes, whllo tho
other companies follow.
Tho largest foreign corporation
with oil lnteres,ts in tho country, ac
cording to tho commission's report,
Is the Hoynl Dutch Shell group lliat
controls 10 per cent of tho Aorld's
total production, and, with tho elimi
nation of total production lu Hilt
wintry from. the figures, about '.'7
per cent of tho remainder of (thn
Production of this group In the
United Stntes. thu commlttloti re
ports, about 3 per cent nt this
country h output, but "if Cnltlornln
should bo nciiulred by the ii"v
mercer. Us control of crude petro
leum In tho United Stntes would be
Increased to 5 per cent, exclusive of
that produced under contract i held
bv tlm Union nf California."
Results of tho InvestlKiition by the
federal trade commission In'o the
affairs of the 1'iielflc Oil company
are reported ns follows.
"iTnnn Information tlist lli.- Stan
dard Oil company of California had
acquired, or was ncmiinng, nn in
rt In tlm Pacific OH company
inmiiru w u niiuln bv the commission
nf ill n Ktiuldnrd ns to tlio truth of
tills report to which Inquiry K. H.
K-liiL-Htuirv. tires dent of tho com
nnnv. rcnlled In part ns folhu-s:
" 'With the knowlnlgo thru the
control of the Pacific Oil tompnny,
wan soucni oy toreiKu ini-rosin,
which If- effected would h.lVO till
dnuhtodly resulted In the loss of this
oil to us, we ueemeu it imporinni
to further tho maintenance; of uti
American ownership or hH com
minv. Wo nlso knew ' that these
samo foreign Intert-sts wlllcli opernto
In California were also iiegotiatiiiK
for nn Interest in all Imiioi tint Cali
fornia oil company with which they
are In competition. These n"giitl
tlotiB have since bAon1 cin.uimmited.
C.'cts Iiitcrcst In Pncirlc Coniiuny.
" 'In view of this sltunlli'-i, tho
Standard Oil company (California)
entered upon tho uoiiuulnoli of n
mlnoilty interest of the Pacific- Oil
company stock and now owns less
than 20 per cent or that stock.'
".Mr Kingsbury's statement Hint
control of the Pacific OH "ompr.n
was sought by foreign Inteics's' re
ferred to tho Itoyal Dutch Hlull
Inquiry by tho commlmlon from
dnneriil Avery p. Andrews, r p,c
txiitutlvo of tho Hoyul Dutih Si II
croup, brought the reply that ha
wns not nttthnrlited by his company
to Ktiite that the Dutrh Kroun had
nrriuired l'ueiric Oil vompuny Mtook.
"In th rent of tho United HlnteK,
an on the I'neifle rorml," tho federal
trade r ommlmloh report to tho neu
iit. "the Hlntidard Kroup of eonv
pillllea exerelaeH a ilillnllliltlnK Inflll
enre In the petrnleiifu Iniluntry. not
merely hy reaaotl of the mnKliltllde
of Die varloUM imlta wllh renpeet to
prodiietlon nnd enpltnl Inveatment,
hut ulna hecnUHe of their nollilurlty.
nrlalm; nppnrenlly front nn Inter
locklilK Mock ownerrdllp leatlnK
larKely In the lunula of n enmporn
lively few nipltnllNtR, nnd, further
more, hecniipe of tho ureal flnnnelnl
lOKOiireen mid credit of thin Kroup
"Ah hum um they follow tho (ten
ernl trend of fundnmentnl market
condltloni", they nro prnetlenlly In a
poalllon to make tho market prlre
nnd limn to ohtiiln nil the flnnnelnl
ndvmitnuAM which neertlo to those
havltiK advanno knowledite of price
in itnili- nnd thn capital
profitably to exploit that knowl-
('ommnrclnl aviation In nn linpor
tout activity of tho French Kovern-
inenl. which him created a upeclul
hurenu illreqled by Uiurent ll'ynae, n
inember of thn clurtiiber of dopiltlen,
an aviator In tho war and former di
rector of the I'renoh petroleum nnd
In the flxcnl yenr of 1920. "50.000,-
00ft francs wore dlatrtbuteil to air-
plane oper.itlnK rompnnleH, and thim
185 fllones were ennbled to keep In
opcrnflon. In 1921, 31. 700.000 frnncs
will be (list i United. France now has
three Internatloniil IIiiim In opern
lloii which, In the flint six months
of 1921. covered about 530,437 fllKht
miles. They cnrrled 151.000 pounds
of freight, 7.C3I pounds nt mall, and
3.388 passengers. Only eight nccl
ilents occurred, four being fatnl, dur
Hie first three months of 1921. Chi
Motor Vehicles in '
New South Wales
The registration of motor vehicles
In New South Wnles linn been steadi
ly increasing, according to nn nrtlcle
In the JVilly Commercial News and
Motor vehicles registered in Now
South Wales In 1920 were ns fol
lows: Tnxlcnbs, 417; other motor Vot
hides, 29,499; motorcycles, 10,991.
Little Activity In
III. DOHA DO. Ark Dec
Clulstmns eve finds hotel lobbies and
other meeting places of the oil fra
ternity looking llko n deserted vil
lage. .Most operators have gone home
for tho holldnys, Whllo n few con
tinue to work, the majority have
censed operntlons until nrter Christ
iiiii.i. However, Uierc nro Severn!
tests to ho mftdo during Chrlstmns
Tho Dig Knur will test two, wells lu
18-18-15 tomorrow. Ud Ilniley will
continue tho test or his well In 5-19-15,
nnd the HI Dnrndo Nntugal prob
ably will complete Its rirst well In
Other tests will follow. Somo of
the operator may get real Christmas
presijntH for themselves and their as
sociates before Chrlstmns dny has
Whllo severnl wells were put on
the beam during the past week, there
were onjy n few completions listed,
Including tho llohbs Interests, Wil
son No. 2, h 10-18-15, 000 barrels;
A, II, Tent's Snowden 1, 2018-15,
1.K0O bnrrels; Hurell & Hatcher's
nnowncn l, 20-18-15, 500 barrels.
Teat NortT of Rurbank
Rcing Watched Closely
Thl well being drilled ,,- t,c Now
I'.nghinil Oil ripcllni- tonipany In
(mtley loiinty, K.. directly north
or Hid lliirbiink field. Is IK-Iiiit
unlchcil vl,m-y hy nil the Inrgrr
iiV,"'Jio"i 't7.v'I','' "r" ,lr"""
Tills ttcll 1 4 on it pronounced
striictnro worked out by V. O. Wmxl
ruff, geologist, nnd inny npen muiii
thing trry liitcnstlng In that local
ity, lclng only Ull miles north of tho
.M(wt of tho larger companies nro
phiylnnf this strong, nnd linto iHiught
ncrcngo a roil ml tho well.
Another Rig Well
The l.jons Petroleum rompany
mul the Imllnhomii Itcrining com
puny linto miothcr big ucll In tlio
southeast corner of tho soiiUmeM
or (ho iiofthwcMt or H.-i-ll-ll, which
Is Ihiwlng 711 liarivls nn hour at Km
fci'l In the sand round Hi 2,110.'. feel,
mul nro still drilling.
This well offsets the well or the
Oklahoma Central, tvhlch came In
last vi-ck nl 3,l!00 barrels.
... ,!, ''"stod Is mm- producing
United Stales Exports
by Volume '
a quantity comparison
present export trade or the
Slates with that of tlm
period, refute any Impression that
tho country's export trade has been
Hiillis "m'w"i 111 laet, cquslMrrablo
Thin Is brought out In ,u analysis
of export figures made by tho for
clgn commerce department and
chamber of commerce of the United
States. I he table gives 20 commod
ities; of the greatest tonnage and
shows comparison for nlno months
of the present year with nlno
months of last jeur and nine months
of tho pre-war period.
Piitrolcilm products are luted as
. DO, 2ft, ono
. 38. (74,000
Lubricating oil .
Naphthas ... . . .
Fuel and tras oil .
Minus, . 32
III tlm Osage.
The Steyner Oil company lifls n
rig up for No, 20 In the northwest
corner of the southwest of the
northwest of the northwest of 29-
The HoMrm Oil compnny In the
northwrnt comer of 1-25-11 has tho
sand from 1,005 lo 1,030 feet nnd
Is making 8,000.000 feet nt gas.
Tho Phillips Petroleum company
has a rig up for No. 0 In the north
east corner of the northwest of the
northeast of the northwest ot 24-
The Winona Oil company No. 3
In the southwest corner of tho
northwest of the southeast of 20-29-9
is a rig.
Tho Connelly No. 1 In the center
of tho south line of the southwest
of 2C-28-8 is a rig.
Thn llarnsdnll Oil enmpnny nnd
others No 3 In the southweat
corner of the northeast of 34-20-9
Is drilling nt 585 feet.
Tho (luffey-tnilcsplo Oil No. 7
In the southwest corner of the
northeast of tho southeast of tho
soutbwiwt ot 23-24-8 Is a rig.
Tho Price Oil company No. .1 In
the southwest corner of thn north
east of the southwest of tho south
"ist of 25-31-8 Is drilling nt 300
Tile Douglas Oil company No, 8
In Ihe southwest corner of Oie
southeast of the northwest of the
northwest of 33-24-8 has tho sand
from (198 to "08 fet. nod Is iiood for
to bnrrelrt after nn 80-quart shot.
No. 0 In the northeast corner of
tile southwest oftlm northwest of
the siuno section, has the snndrom
704 lb 711 feet, and Is nlso good for
Tlie llarnsdnll Oil nnd Osnge De
velopment nro moving In tools for
No, l In tho northwest corner of
tlio southeast of tlm northwest of
the northwest of 2-21-9.
Thn Mlnnehnmn Oil compnny No,
I In thn center of the cost lino of
tho southeast nf 15-24-9 In drilling
at 1.790 feet.
Tho Number Qlin Oil company
No. 2 In the center or tho south
line of the southwest of 17-24-9 Is
drilling nt 2,276 feet.
The fiteynor Oil company has a
rig up for No. 1 In the southeast
corner of tho northeast or 19-24-9.
TIo Toster & Norwood No. 37 In
the southwest corner of tho south
east of t,he southwest of thn south
"est of 33tS-9-li drllllnirnt 550
The Mnrland OH compnny has n
rig Is up for No. In the southeast
corner of the southwest of tho
southeast -of tho northeast or 20-24-S.
Tho TlWfl nnd others No. 4 In
the center or the west linn of the
rnt half of the west half of Ihe
southeast of 23-25-8 Is drilling nt
The Klnnnco Oil company nnd
others' No. 5 In the center of, tho
Mnllth HllA nf ,1... .ln,lliuh.l nt 11.
W2fi - 9 Is drllllnsr nt l.SRS feet. No.
. . In trio soutnwest corner or the
southeast or 'he southwest of tho
norlhenst or tho some section Is rig
Steyner Oil company 77o. S In the
norlhenst comer of tho northwest
of Ihe norlhenst of the southwent
01 24-25-9 l drilling nt 2.000 feet.
A rig is Up for No. 7 In tho norlh
enst corner' of the northeast of tho
nortlienst of the southwest of 24-25-9.
The Phllllps-Oypsy No. 8 In the
northwest corner of the southwest
of tho northwest of the southeast
ot 24-23-9 In drilling nt 1.815 feet.
Tlio Phillips Petroleum compnny
has a rig up for No. 4 In the north
west corner of the northwest of 1J-29-6.
A rig Is nlso up for No. 5 In
the norlhwrnt corner of tho south
west of tho northwest of tho north
cast of the same section.
The National Kxplnratlon ' com
pnnv No. 8 In tho northeast corner
of the southwest ot 4-26-C Is drill
ing nt 2.730 feet.
The same compnny' No. n In the
center of the went lino of the oouth-
V.'C... .i . i 1 1" !"i r 1 1 V." ." r . C . Xtn nulliil-
west of 4-26-0 hns the sand from
2,798 to 2,800 feel, nnd wnn shot
with 20 quarts from 2,840 to 2,800
feet, nnd mnde 200 barrels the first
At Council Hill.
The Lambert nrd others No. 3
Thomas, in Ihp center of the north
tine or tno noruienst or the nnrtn
west 01-18-13.13, Is drilling at 1.920
The Hill nnd others No. 3 Harris.
In the southwest corner pf the I
southeast or tho northeast ot 1-14-14.
Is drilling nt 1.689 teet.
The BnHsco Oil company No. 7
Ohiyson. In the center of the south
line of the northwest of tho south- I
west of 21-14-14, Is drilling at 500
The Cosden No. 7 Crobray, in the
northwest corner of tho northeast
nf the southwest of tho southeast of
22-14-14, Is drllllug nt 1,820 rect.
U. C. Cop") hns a rig up for No.
f Colbert. In tho center of thei
souin line oi trie rnumweni in me
northeast of 22-14-14.
The W. O. Marlee and others No, '
1 Tucker. In tho northwest corner of I
21-12-14. Is drilling at 2,100 feet.
The Nicholson rorporatlon No. 3 1
Knnardi In the southwest comer or.
. nl .lw. -AI.tKn.A- rtf
111. HUIllinvPk 'l mi' -iiumnv.T. ...
You will find just the
course to meet your needs
.".10 South Ma I ii Street
Ml NUOi:. NirOIU.Ml'N ih-nn
announce the remuval of tbatr
(roni Ihe-C-nlral National tlank llldl.
lo llooma Til Til til Kennedy tilde.
Phono Oeaue 1010
of Kansas City, Mo.
MEMUKHH NKW YOItK
STOCK KXCHANUK and CHI
CAGO nOAUD OF TItADK.
Blocks, Honda. Oraln and Cot
tom Hlanijard Oil and Subsid
iary Stock New York and Ilo
Ion Curb. Liberty Honda Uougilt
ind Sold. Private Wlres
cjias. n. cuoTciurrr. .Mgr.
Telephone Outgo tt'.OO, No. 1 1
llust I'aurth St., Tulsa, OUIa.
28-12-14, Is ilrllllns; nt 400 foet. No.!
4. In tho northeast corner of tho
northwest of the southwest of the
same section Is rigging up.
J no iioao I'etroloum company has
n 50-hnrreI show nt 2,239 feet In
Its No. 1 Ilullnck, In thn southenst
corner ot the northeast of tho
northeast of the northwest of 31-12-14.
Mathews has n rig up for No. 1
Smith In the northwest corner of tho
northeast of tho southwest of 2-17-10.
The Wllcot nnd Onwnlt No. 1 Mo-
Kellot) In the southeast corner of
Ihe Mouthwcst of tho southwest of
23-17-10 Is drilling nt 2,00.5 foot.
Tho iJimor OH & (Jas company
tins it rig tip for No. 2 Walknr In
the northeast corner or tho south
west of tho northeast of 34-17-11
Morgan nnd others havo a rig up
for No, 4 Harwell In the tiorthwost
of the southwest of 3C-UMI.
Tlm lied Wing Syndicate has a rig
up for No. 1 Partridge in the north
east corner of tho southeast of
The Noco Oil company Nn. 1 Sloan
In tho northeast corner of thn south
east of 29-18-10 Is drilling nt
The K.wfleld Oil tympany hns a
rig up for No. 2 Unmet In tho norlh
enst corner of the southeast' hi the
northwest of 23-10-10.
The Prnlrle Oil & (Ins compnny
No. J Wllllo Miller In tho north
west'eorner of the northennt of the
northw-cst of 33-10-IO Is drilling nt
f.-i... i.H.t n ,
,,-, limn ii riir up
ror No, 2 Ous Perkins In tho renter
or tlio west lino of the southwest
of tly northwest of 31-10-10.
Tho nrnhorn Oil & (las enmii.mv
has a rig UP for No. 8 Ayres In tho'eember assisted in supervising two
renter of the iioulh Ilqe of the north-I girls' ronterences In thu northern
west nf the northeast of 9-16-11. land the southern part of the stute.
Okmnlgco mid Muskogee Counties.
Tho J. W. Moorn No. I lOubiinks
In tlio northeast comer of the sotttji
cant or tho northeast of SslR-ll Is
D. C. Hmnptnn hns n rig tin for
No. 2 Hnrrlson In tho southwest
corner of the northedrt tf
oiiui iirni ill m-iu-lt.
The J. A. DnWIItn No. 4 Harrison
In the center of the north lino of the
southeast ot tho southwest of 18-15-11
lind a 73-barrcI show at
The Texan company In rigging up
for Nq. d Jefferson In tho center of
tho south line of the southwest of
tho southwest of 22-15-14.
Mosc Carr has n rig up for No. 27
Ornyson In the renter nf thn north
lino of tho northeast of thn north
onrt of 34-15-14.
A. W. Klelm has a rig up for No.
1 Ornyson In tho southwest corner
With the Oil Men
Jack McN.imaro, scout for R. W.
Marlnnd In tho Ynlc district Is In
the city visiting relative and spend
ing tho .Christmas holidays,
Leo Kaufman entertained Sir. nnd
Mrs. Wngoner, ot Houston, Tcxns,
who nro his wife's' parent, und
thorcforo spent a very pleasant
W. H. Urny. president .of the In
dependent Oil Men's nsoclatlon, Is
back from Washington where ho
hns been In conectlon with tho
hcnrlng on tho tjirlff.
Messrs. Koltstono and Kreeland of
the Continental Potrolottni compnny,
were In tho city yesterday from
Town linn No Negroes.
FAini-AN, Dec. 20. This city has
a reputation of having no negroes
among Its population and tho latest
estimates place thn population over
the 2.000 mnrk. Ono negro farmer
lives about 10 miles out In the coun
try and ho Is tho nearest ono of his
kind to tho city. All tho work In
tho city Is done by white servants.
WISH ALL A
Happy New Year
I Riinner SiVn Cn.
Attention, Oil Producers
Wohavo Ju?t installed nn oil and gas woll supply storo at
SICIATOOtC In connection with nn up-to-dato plpo niachlno shop.
Aro ready for buSmcd and your patronago will bo appreciated.
Petroleum Pipe & Supply Company
KKf.YTOOK, OlCJiA. PHONK Hlf
A jpew i eat Kecords
DRUMP.IGHT AND OKMULGEE, OKLA.
, (wr.i.us sum) to aoou it. ii:hi; i 25-32" cupkj
One Well Other Cups, 1 Day EXPANSO, 8 Days.
Ono Well Other Cups, 2 Days EXPANSO, 10 Days
and Still Pumping.
One Well Other Cups, 3 Days EXPANSO, 10 Days
nnd Still Pumping.
LIST PIMCLS K.VPANKO CaTS'
T Inch to IK Inohc 1 Inches to t 13-10 Inches
IJfc Inches to 2!J Inches 2V, Inches
QUALITY II1SCOP.VI.S I 10 10 Net Ust 50 to BO, 1004 100 to
2tl, 15i 300 lo-OHO, 20 1000 nnd Over, 2.1e.
4, von sAi.K hy
OKLAHOMA. TOOL & SUPPLY CO.
1, Hartlestltlo, OL-iiiulgt'c, Puwliuska, llrlstmv, .Hurt
IcuiiliigN, llriimrlghl, OUIa.
Clcanem to HdVC GvCtud
,, . "''
nauy ouiuruuy ijvviuuu
There's going to be n grand rally
of cleaners nnd their employes Sat
urday evnlng, December 31. nt
ilohneiild's private club house,
two miles Mouth of West TuUu. on
thn Turkey mountain rond. I'.vcry
cleaner In the city, his family nnd
his employes, nre most cordially
Invlled nnd urged to attend. -anil the
romtnltteo In charge insures n
genuine good time to every one who
goes. There's going to bo music,
ringing, dancing nnd general enlnr
imnmuut throughout Ihe remainder
of tho old year and until a hearty
welcome has been proclaimed for
Hverybody will please nsseniolo
nt HnhtU'fetl'.t, 314 South Cincinnati,
nt 8 p. m sharp, so that they may
all lenvo promptly hi n body for
the drive. There will bo convey
ances for everyomv 1'or further
Information plcasn call Mr, tlal
lagher at Ilohnefeld's, Osage 4017.
Please let Mr. Gallagher know not
later than Wednesday evening Just
what each group ot employes at
each shoo will furnish, nnd how
many will attend.
Forwr Y. V. Secretary
Spends Vacation Here
Uvn Horner, formerly girls wdrk
secretary of the Tulsa V, W. C. ;A.
qui! now In charge of the girls work
poKrun. of the nssoclntlon In
I.i,.i ,,t ll..l.lni,l In unnnillncr
:vv v . .. -,. - -
' r'hristmns liol clays wnn ncr parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Turner Horner,
Miss Homes took up her worn lu
Mlsslsslnnl last fall, with headquar
ters at Jackson, nnd early In De
Miss Horner spent last year nt the
national V, W. C. A. training school
1o New York City. Her principal
piece of work during her Inst yenr
of service with the local association
was In connection with the location
nnd building of the ramp eight miles
southeast ot tho city.
CHRISTMAS TREE IN HOTEL
That the spirit ot a ohomellk
Christmas enn bo carried into the
channels of hotel life wan most
piearnntly demonstrated In a Jolly
"get-to-gethcr" party held Christmas
eve. by the guests of tho Hotel De
troll, Third and Detroit.
Tho spacious lobby of the hotel
was very artistically decorated
throughout, tho Yulellde colors, red
nnd green predominating. Tho
heavily decorated Christmas tree,
when nil lighted, wns the center of
nttrnctlon for fully an hour during
which time Snntn Claus distributed,
tho numerous gifts to everyone
Music, dnnclng and the serving of
of refreshments helped to make the
whol" evening n most pleasant one,
bringing 'ns It did something ot tho
cheer ot the season home to tho
TO 1SVKSTOUS WITH CANII. 8M0.000
.Modern aparlmrnt bultJInu. located In Ihf
tnlilit of wnndarful development In live
norlll aiue niairici. l-rearm reniaia
, I'AV HANIIR.OMKI.Y.
Will be Increased May t.
IV. A. I'KIIIMOItl!
1 e: Cttr Hall 8'iu.re lllds.. (JMcaro, 111.
29,00(1 feel ,1-lnrh aerond-hand line
pipe ill llc per Toed.
30,(100 feet t-lneh arrond-lmnd line
pipe nt tie per foot.
All V. O. II. riklntook. Oklii.
niTnoi.nuM rirri mtpi.y co.
I'liune 83. Skliitook, Okln.
PATTERSON STEEL CO.
I-Ufsms, rhnnwela, Analea, Dalea,
Complete Steel IlDlldlnca .
Office, Shape, und Vreboait
Xsstbus und lllicu II, II.
Tutia O.ate ISIS
yrcsh run Okmulgee, Yalo or
fJurbunk 38 gravity or better.
Can use production ot 400 bar
rels and up dally, pay good pre
mium and make satisfactory fi
nancial arrangements. Dally
settlements It required.
Can use 10 large tanks of stor
age stuff It gravity and price Is
Wlro or phone offers nt my ex
220 .V. Cheyenne Ao. 0-l7.tl.Il
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSiNESS
QWENWOOD OIL CORPORATION
, - rnot)urr.n,i nKf tNuns MAnttuTnns
INVADER OIL CORPORATION
RUI'BIUOn rF.TfllV'BtJM rODUC.T3
' BARNSDALL REFINING COMPANY
MANPFACTtmiNn At. I, PKTHOI.KUM rnODDCTH. HIOIl ftnAOK t.unnicAT-
INO Olt.x. CY1.INI1KH STOCKS AND flnriNKD WAX
Executive Orflcea: Tenlh Hnor retmlenm Mldr... Tulaa. l'hnna Oaaga S91I
Itednery Ulfheart, Oklahoma
.OIL STATE. REFINING COMPANY
Illlh Qiaile I'etroleupi rrmlucta Prom Oarbtr Cri.de
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Alwaya In the Market' for Petroleum Frodueli
M1NNCAPOI.IH AND CIllCAtlO
.GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
COSDEN & COMPANY
malt an a nr. pF.Tnoi.Kint rnonucTs
ACME PETROLEUM COMPANY '
Chlcaro OfMcei 910 Hnnlh Mlrhlfan Avenue
ka.vpah riTV orKirn tulsa
101 Beciritv niit. J3 aico nia. son noser Uldt.
KUIJL OIL CIAS OIL KHIlOSENK. NArHTHA, OASOI.INM
"PAI1CO" PBTllOLEtyM rnODUCTS
New Ftrel National Hank nulldlnr
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
rtionea Oaaca 6700.01
MANOFACTUnnns pbthoi.kl rnooucrs sales dctt.
7i: New First National Dank llAs.
EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED
Henneries Located at Okmuleea, Oklahoma City, Cuihlnr. Tonca Cltr. Okla.,
Salea Office Plionea 7005 ' , 111 Unity Bldr.. Tutia. Okla,
CHESTNUT SMITH CORPORATION
t Manufacturers Caslnghead, Absorption and 111 ended Oaaollna
Phone Osaca !!0 Tulsa, Oklahoma
LIVINGSTON REFINERS CORPORATION
I'nonucEns HiiFiNnns MAHKETEns
1 ALL rnooucTS OF rBTnOLKUM
Oeneral Offices: TULSA. OKLA. All Thones: Osixa 4!l
MANUFACTUHKFIS OF BTIlAICltT JIUN CASOI.1NE
' General Offlcea 101 South Cheyenne Street
rhone Osaie 7(01
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
pnooucKns and nsFtNuns
St. Ixiuli. Mo.,' Arcade Did. ' Tulsa, Okla., Maro nid(,
Chlcaao. III., Continental Commercial Hank Bldr.
SCHAFFER OIL &
Troduclna; anil Land Dept.
701 Kennedy nida.. Tulaa
THE PURE OIL COMPANY
ncViNuns at cusniNo and Anu.Monn
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK OARS LUABKD. RKPAtnKD AND IlBItUILT "
OEO. V, imiOHAM. District Manager. 1001 Daniel Iltdi.. Tulsa.
IVorka: Coffeyvllle, Kansaa Telephone 1110
OAKOLINI3 1VITH THE PEP
CHAS. F. NOBLE OIL & GAS CO.
Producera and lleflnera ot Crude Oil and Manufacturers Cailnzhead Gasoline.
Main Offla, Tulaa, Okla.
EXPORT OIL CORPORATION, (Inc.)
First National Han Bid.. Tulaa.. Okta. Local Telephone, Osage 7210
Lana Distance, L. 1). Ka, 1Ef "
runcit.vsnns of all fetiiolkum rnoDucTs foh ExronT
, Kales orrtcesl
NEW TORK NO. 55 IWOADWAT PAU IS CONTINENTAL HOTEL
Export Terminals at A'ondale, New Orleans, La.
OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
PETROLEUM AND ITS rilODUCTS
Calea and General Offices: O. P. A n. Building
SINCLAIR CRUDE OIL PURCHASING CO.
CONSTANTIN REFINING CO.
, Oeneral Offlcea, Tenth Floor First National Bank Bldg.
REFINERIES TULSA, DEVOL ' PHONE OSAOU (0:0
, : . , .
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
General Offlcea: Fort Worth. Teaaa Refinery: Ardmore. Okla
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
REFINERS OF IIIOll ORADE CnUDE
J. F. CAMPION OILS
SO;.'0.C9 COHDEN BLDG
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
' II IO II WAY PROIIUCTS '
. u .nAvW. CABINOIIISAD AND OASINOHF.AD BLENDS
wo Sell Only Guaranteed daaollne of Our Own, Manufacture From
, . . . Our Nine Oklahoma Planta
OSAGE JHI L. D. IM 07-U LYNCH 11LUO., TUU
. TRANSCONTINENTAL OIL CO.
PRODUCERS RKFINElia MARKETERS
NEW WIUOIIT BLDG. TULSA. OKLA.
MARATHON MOTOR OIL , MARATHON OASOMNh
KANSAS & GULF COMPANY
PRODUCERS. REFINERS. TRANSPORTERS and MARKETERS
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS,
Petroleum Bldg, - Telephone Oaage 1010 j Tulsa, Okla.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
SIIARPU and It T. It Una Kit. Resident Airnta
' FOtlT WOtlTlt. TEXAS
offick n.u.i.AS, tkxas
:o South La Sail SU. Chtcaio