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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY U, 1922
rr IN THE OIL FIELDS Offlco 0241 1 Iteddence 4. OU aUrkrl HmMioo cem Jo jnetn II: g.nrietta .... lursburn.tt ... (ttftOI to. ... Corilcatia llh linn ; ?lerte Juno. .. . fciur L JJI Hcmble i'li w Columbia . !.' f.jdo. or.. tiMtatioaa. El Dorado, Ark. Ilarnearllla ... I'ennejrlranla Cabell Corning ....... Itagland Bomereet, light. Homerset Lima Indian ....... Illinois . Wooi l of a. Princeton ..... Waterloo Canada Elk Baaln Orasa Creak ... iu Moddr .... Mula Craak ... 1.00 l.tf s.tl 1.11 1.0 l.o' Ml l.to 1.4 1 I.It J. II 1.70 2.1) 1.7a J.ll i!o l.ta 1.10 l.tt s.ii naroo ... l.M Cat Crk. Mont. Can Only Ship to Two Points vow omci the report that tho ruilnir f tho Interstate commerco commit, m reducing tho minimum isinment of oil by pipeline from 100 i.u t to 10.000 barrels li not like w io (fart many shipments of oil, comm. n rarrlor, as the recent order only applies to two towns In Pcnn ..u'nia. namely. Warren and Franklin, This Will put a stop to many 01 tho ihlpmcnta now being assembled and will require a further order from tho Interstate commerce com mission whero tho destination Is other than to these two towns and It li likely to tnkd a Ions tlmo to t another order Issued. This Is tho only difficulty o far en rounte cd, although there may be others. "Mother" Tlmmona Is a i'fc cestful Oil Merchant at Fort Smith AVIien J. b'. Condon was operating a refinery at Hlghenrt. among thu friend" ho acquired thoro were Mr. and Mrs. Tlmmons, both of whom were Retting nlong in years but who ime Ambitious to do something in a buIncss way that would cam for .'Jiem a livelihood and glvo them fioth employment to take off tho monotony of llfo as experienced by thosa who nre not occupied. They sUKRestcd to Mr. Cosden that If he. would build a filling station, it Fort Bmllh, it would bo Just about the proper thing and would suit them both, especially us "Mother" Tlmmons was full of ambition and to acting on this suggestion, a slto was acquired and tho filling station built. Kor a long time It was oper ated by the old people for Mr, Cos den, but a couple of years ago. he lugsestcd to them that they might at well buy It, and since that tlmo they have been operating tho sta tion on their own hook and have made a great success of It. ".Mother" Tlmmons makes fre 5uent visits to Tulsa, and has gained i reputation for knowing all about lubricating oils and of course still illcks to tho Cosdan company and therefore Is enabled to toll them that she has the best stuff In tho world and get away with it. Ilcr husband is doing all ho can to help, but is finding tho burden of age gradually growing on him, but it Is doubtful If there Is a happier of a more contented couple anywhere In tho country. Thoy are giving serv ice that counts and have helpers who know how service Is (,-lven. There is a lot in that. Off for Kansas City to Attend Gas Convention A ble crowd will lenvn tunlcM fnr Kansas City to attend tho Gas Men's riynenuon which begins Monday, the 15th, and If thore is tho usual good tlmo and unless tho bunch has forgotten how to ontortaln, thero III be four days of solid pleasuro Interjpersod with a few talks on business but not enough to Inter fere with tho pleasuro of the occa sion. It Is the meeting place each year for the old timer and tho younger nn of the business and thereforo thso gas men's conventions nre be jwd a doubt the greatest social nf filrs of the entlro Industry. The big rnen do not hesitate to unbend and ihow what a real good tlmo can bo "d when good men meet. There Is always a big display hy the oil well supply houses and this year will be no exception. It Is re ported that the National Supply bunch will be thoro In full force from Toledo nnd tho Oil Woll from PltHburgh. u may bo that the OIL AND GAS team Supplies rrodnetlon. Bo. Wanted to buy Production or cioe.n acreage offsetting drilling Weill favorably located. Will also consider drilling proposition, 6H Kennedy Building. Advertisement. .,BtJ Tract of 160 or 200 acres " 15 to 25-barrol . productlt i .any iry 11016,1 t"- would on rti!f . 9 t0 200-acres reasonably J to good production. Must be ,u?a", country. Address Vox 787, HI. iA.CIu!,e of nsh gravity for Ti l'. A"1 c,,ra t Okmulgeo or ThIm o,n0l'dted I'lpe l.lno Co., O-tlahoma. Advortltem-int. V iai"els BoUle1 Production; B 9iiyi cn"IJcntlal. Address ment , ' Care 'orld. Advertiso- Purnoii ri1 fek ot "creago for tho UnL i?f dTr,lnlPB de!r test woll in tilt, IilBhe" county- or " couitv s.'ni4', -16' 10' Mcintosh Hox 2n n n?.,p,t anA Information. "S-O. World, Advartlsoment. 'Fweril8nri.w ,ma" Interests ltlyC0"' hig production, prac t K n,'i. Th'" u yJr chnnco M deiiin J ihe rolJnd floor. You Arei 2.lrcct w,th t'1" ownsr. 'cmtnt. ' c,rs wnd. Adver- FnVardBato.Co,mpIe,0 trlniT of A1o .trinJ ' Ba conditions rr funwVy fa"nff' ln A-l snape. ""- -feSP&e. north- ls lv dnii!naJe unlvor'ty. Want "llat. r""n.S contract for Im- ent. ' Ul"i Auvertlsc- W. H. FKCK. p. O. Box B8S. presidents ru! both concerns will at tend tho convention and If so, It will bo greatly to the Interest as President Jim Darr of the National and President Urown of tho Oil Well rtro both ln close touch with tho financial situation and both should bo feeling mighty good theao days. From TuIm there will be among tho supply men such well-known salesmen as Walter Orny of the Jareckl Mfg. Co., who will captain the bunch leaving Sunday night, and with him will be "Merve" llo valrd of tho Uovalrd Hupply Co. nnd both nro rounding up oh many for the trip as posihtc, K. J. Ilrudfnrd of tho Bradford Hlg & Iteel Co. will bo thero nnd will iin usual tnke a largo part In tho meeting of supply men. K. J. Hlndcrllter ot tho lllndcrllter Tool Co. will enjoy tho festivities for tho first time, having heretofore been too busy to make tho trip to any of theso conventions, lie Is mire of a mighty good time. Jl ,K' 'luShes of the Continental Supply Co, announced tho other day that his company would be there And that as usual tho red carnation would be tho trademark for his con corn. Arthur Thompson will ao the honors for his company and pcr hapit his father will bo thoro from urauronis. Ous Mahan of Independence wilt captain tho National Hupply Co. I crowd and will bo nRIstcd by some i of tho boys from hcie, but up to. now It has not been decided who will go as O. T. Dawson, general I manager lor tins district, is laid up at homo nnd cannot mako the trip. Ono thing is certain and that is tho National Hunnlv Co. ls colnir to bo well reprcent(-d as besides Vice President tins Malum, tho display will be in rluirgo of C. W. Mascho, of tho Toledo office, and it number of concerns whose products are marketed hy tlie National Supply Co. will havo displays In connec tion therewith. As for Instance: the Union Tool Co. will be represented by D. K. Kaulknrr and 1 It. McCollum, tho Columbia Hope Co. by II, II. WrlghUman, and so on down the Hat. The equipment for testing and measuring gas. and for bhuttlng ln gas wells, will all be on display. and, when It comos to tho scientific phases ot the gag business, thero ls so much that Is of Interest, that It would tako pages to tell It, and the Improvements made during tho last few months nro numoroua and de cidedly Interesting. They Includo nil manner nf systems uf extract ing gas from caslngnead gasoline, and their uso ls known better here ln the Mld-Contlncnt field than ln tho cuat whero gaa is still being pumrd with the old-fashioned ma chines, whereas, hero the equipment is of tho latest nnd best to bo seen anywhere. Arch Leonard of tho Oklahoma Natural Gas Co, ls eald to bo tho best gas man in the country, lie will bo tho most modest nnd re tiring of them nl at Kansas City, but among tho blg-hien ln tho gas game, such ivs Martin Daley of Cleveland, Ohio, who has engin eered tho big gas companies cloar of the rocks for years; and Mr. Pew ot the Hope Natural Oas Co. of Pittsburgh, Mr. Leonard ls accord ed first place among them nil. It Is to bo hoped that following the Kansas City convention, n largo delegation of gas men can be brought to Tulsa, nnd shown over tho system recently strengthened and enlarged, of the local gas com pany; which would Includo new pumping stations down near Chlck nsha; and tho best pumping station In the United States, located at Kel ly vltlo. These plants nro tho pride of tho mechanical division of tho Oklnhoi i. Natural, and well thoy may be, s thero ia nothing in the United State to excel them in the perfection of tho equipment there in. Roland's "Gusher" Flow Increasing The Iloland Oil company's Immenso producer south of tlm Creek county poor farm, in llio norineasi oi me southwest ot the northwest of 2-1B-8, is Increasing lta flow, being estimated now at nbout 700 barrels per hour, although pinched In as much as possible, becauso ot lack of pipeline facilities. Tho well Is drilled but three or four feet In tho deep sand, which was topped nt 3,142 feet. Tho Sin clair Crude Oil Purchasing company and the Prairie Pipe Une company lines nre both connected, and the Prairie ls now laying a 6-Inch line to tho well. When thin is completed and connected the woll will be al lowed to flow freoly. Directors of Oklahoma Natural Meet The Directors of tho Oklahoma Natural Oua company held a meet ing yesterday nt which time tho pol icy of tho company for tho ensuing year was discussed and tho con census of opinion was that, owing to tho fact that tho company has mado a big outlay during the last year In building up the system, that hence forth and until they could arrive at a better understanding with the people whom they serve, there would bo no more Improvements mado for betterment In this state, The directors had Just returned from nn Inspection trip which took them over tho entlro system and they report having found things in tho best posvllile state for giving service but thnt owing In tho de cidedly adverso sentiment among tno people thero would bo no more improvements made until matter" can be stralghtcnod out and the people of Tulsa be mado to under stand that the Investments art much larger than had been thought. The trouble seems to be that th Oklahoma Natural has not taken the newspapers Into Its confidence all tho way along. Thero Is noth ing like newspaper publicity and there is nothing whatever to be gained bv decline with or through tho corporation commission of Oklahoma which has but migmy few friends anywhere. Tho fact that thero ls no systernatlo effoit mado by the company to keep In touch with the people through the papers Is well Illustrated by the fact that not ono man out of a hun dred, oven In Tulsa, knows that Harry Heasley ls president: be. cause Mr. llensley, If It were left to him, wou d nover tell anybody. It would look as though now Is a good tlmo for Tulsa's Chamber of Commerce to tako n nana in tne cas came and bring about a set tlement as to the cost of service here, not only foe the ensuing Transportation Club Enjoys Tulsu TniiMiKjrtiitlon Club and Curstn lUrul) to Pjiilmrk for the Picnic From left to right, front row, are A. C. Wombold, T). li. nnd W of St. Iouls; J. J. llyrne, A. 1 T. M., Lackawanna Itnllroad, New York City: H. If. Dally, general freight agent Pennsylvania System, St. Louis, Larry Panics, Kansas city, City; J. W. Klein, Midland Valley, Tulsa; J. W, llanum of Knnsan City, I j. B. Dowel o. Oklahoma city: J. W. Clarke, A. T. M Hlg Pour lloute, St Louis; Mrs. Bmcrv. St. months of summer, but for the winter months which nro bound to come soon enough and which must be provided for. More than that; tho Chamber of Commerce in Tulsa Is fully ablo to copo with the situa tion and seo to It thnt the people hore get a square deal and that tne company when It gives good service Is fairly treated, uotn slues wouio. appear to bo open to argument and to be willing to accopt a squaro deal. Chicago Traffic Club Sends Out Qucstionairre Tho Chlcacn Traffic club ha sent out n questionnaire to Its members, to which Oeorgo F. Ilrlgham has added a fine burlesque, as it were, which is as follows: Chicago Traffic club: Card Index for Members. The Traffic club of Chicago, who had many of Its members nt the recent Tulsa club outing, has i-ont out a unliille questionnaire to curd Index Its members In order to prop erly classify tho men for the various social,, sporting and Intellectual enmbnts and contests. There are 23 question, condensed. They nro aMout as follows. Mombers are to answer "yes" or "no": Arc you liroxe nunneny or semi annually? If golfer, teer or nineteen noior Dancer Jelly-bennor or buck- winger? Stag or indies man? Tennis and baseball-player or or side. liner? Picnicker sprinter or long-au- tnncer? Actor or singer? Fiddler or saxophone artist? Political orator, civil suggestor, commerce or trnfflc export? Kplcurlst If dully or monthly: Trnfflo producer or transportation co-ordlnatnr? Hoostcr or owl? Club gambler or a Salle room- shark? Poker-plnyer or crap-snooter? Can your best friend play any gaino rottener than you do? Do you tavnr giving mo niuies onen sesamo to tho clubrooms bo- fore as well n nfter 6 p. m? The questionnaire will no ciouut dc adopted by other railroad clubs. Big )Ycll Extends Dreckcih ridge, Texas Pool to the Last The Humble Oil fc Itoflning Co. test on thn Caton farm, half a mile east of tho Hrcckenridgo pool, In Stephens county, Texas, blew tho tools out of the hole nnd is now flowing 2,000 barrels dally from tho llmo found 2,240 to 3,255 feet. This test opens up considerable new ter ritory. Kemp-Indepcndent-McMahon Test at Okcmah a 500 Barrel Well K, rtogers Kemp, the Independent Oil & Oas Co. und C. L, McMahon test well at Okemah, In tho north- ! west ot tho northwest of 12-10-?, ia 1 now making 600-barreis dally or 3S gravity crude. This test, which Is but 4 feet In sand topped at 3.1 1 S feet is steadily Increasing In production, and seem ingly Is drilling Itself In. This big producer, Is the most sat isfactory news that has come to Tulsa pil men for a long tlmo, first becauso all owners of tho well aro among the best known and most popular mombers of tho oil frater nity here, and everyone Is glad to hear of their good fortune. Thn well also proves the untested Okemah district. It being the second produc ing well completed In that wildcat country, and Is bound to start a lot of activity down that way Imme diately. Atlantic Completing Another Big Producer at Bristow The Atlantlo Petroleum corpora tion Is drilling In another big pro ducer In No, 5 on the Kits Harry allotment J the eouthwtut of tho jicmi liana-quo j.tcr Louis; Jim Mulholland, Tulsa; A. l Fnrroll, genernl freight agent Wabash, St. Louis; Jack Whentley, St. Louis; Lnry Hanks, Kansas City; II. Henry, St. Louis; Mrs. Harold Hoe, Tulsa: Homer Lewis. St. Louis; Harold Hoe. Tulsa; J. S. Henney, genernl freight agent Clover Lent, St, Lopls; Fred llrauchcns, (!. P. A., Pennsylvania System. St. Louis; Kd Lamb, Tulsa; Oeorgo Gobbi, Tulta: Hill Ilalley. Oklahoma City; Iloy southeast of tho southwest ot 22-1C-0. Tho Dutcher sand was topped un usually high, Saturday, ulid the well is flowing steadily from tho top few Inches of sand. They wero pulling tho big pipe yesterday afternoon and will drill In Sunday. Peter 8, Wrightsman & Markham Have Two More Osage Wells PotorH, Markham Wrightsman No. 6 In 4-239, Osage, Is good for 250 barrels in tho Ilartleavllle sand, topped at 2,100 feet. The same Interests No. 2 In C-22-J, Is making 150-barreln from thn sec ond break In the lime, topped at ap proximately 2,600 feet. Bradstreet Scaring Pag Sand Tho nrndstreet Oil company Is due In about Sumlny night on tho J, Williams farm test In tho northeast ot the northwest of tho southeast of 1 1-14-8, south of Dcpew. Thn Peru land, tupped at about 2,400 feet ls expectedisometlmo today. The Hradatrcet Oil company teat on the tlladys Smith farm in tho southwest of the Houtheust of tho northwest ot JK-ll-S, is also nearlng tho pay sand und will bo compluted in a day or two. The A. K. Lewis and W. L. Iflwli nnd tho HradHtreet Oil company No. 3 In 28-16-3, comploted last week. Is still flowing C.'.O barrels natural dally. A rig Is building for No. 4 on this tamo lease. Big Well in the Osage Tho Number Ono Oil company has a 600-burrul producer after a small shot. In tho test In tho Huiithwcst ot 17-24-9, Osage. Top of the Parties vlllo sand was encountered ut 2,144 feet, and the 6-Inch casing st, and the well drilled to n totnl depth ot 2,182 feet. Tills Is well No. 3 for tho lease. Robinson, Letcher, Zhaniser & Gibson's Operations in the Lyons Pool Jtoblnson & Letcher. Zhaniser and Olbson well No. 4 on the Tiger farm located at tho center of the east lino of tho southeast of the southwest of 24-11-11, Is making 530 bnrrols per day from tho 2,400-foot sand. Same interests No. 6 Tiger farm, nt.tho southeast of the northeast of tho southwest of 24-11-11, ls drill ing nt 2,200 feet, and will get the puy sund sometime this coming week. No. 7 amo farm, at the can ter of the cast lino of tho northeast of tho southwest of 24-11-11. ls a rig up. . ii, The abvoe Interests have com Plcted a 200-bnrrei well in the 2,400 foot sand, In No. 6 Tiger In the southeast of tho southwest ot 24-11-11, und No. 10 mine farm, at the northeast of thu southeast of tho southwest of 24-1 Is a location for a twin well. A rig Is moving In for a test No. 9 on tho lease, at the center of tho west line of thn south rant of tho southwett of 24-11-11. -rcseri Drilling Below Good Showing in Deep Test The Western Oil corporation deep test on tho Johnson farm ln the northeast of tho southeast pf the northeast of 14-12-8, is drill ing nt 4,026 feet, after passing up a 100-barrel showing of oil and some gas In a pay Band found from 3,963 to 4,017. Phone Osage "8-70 Mi North Malu bt. Outing at Lake Yonkipin nt Lulus YotiMpIn, Wlu-ro Jrr) I'roimrtil In Oklahoma. Hughes, Tuha; Owen Miller, Tulra; Kd Koenerman, Tulsa; F. Lamnn, Memphis; IM Mallory, Dallns. In the nbnve picture thorn Is also Included mine ot the nationally known railroad men, such ns Sam Townsond, A. (I. F. A.. Dig Four lloute; J. A. Fltzpntrlck, A P. T. M., Clover Leaf Knutc, nnd 1'rcd lllrshlnud, general freight ngent, Cotton licit Houte, They nro mixed up. however, with thu bunch that nWi the Oil Men A. T, McColm, owner and mnn nger of the Weekly Scout Iteport, of Kuroka, Kan,, is In the city for a few days and In speaking of condi tions ln Greenwood and Hlk coun ties, says that thero Is coiuldornblu activity and now work going on nt thin time. Ho also stnten that "probably the most Interesting de velopment In tho deep field Is tho Thrall pool. In 29-30-31 und 32-23-10, where Hoth and Tho Mission Oil company have Just shot their No, 3, which pumped 225 barrels tho fhst 8 hours, Their No, 4 and C nrn drill ing nnd should bo In within thn next week or ten days, Tlm sand in this pool Is found nt 2,250 and varies fiom f,0 to 75' feet In thickness This Is u high grndo nil bringing a pre mium, In tho edge of Kurek'u nro thn Hnrdly Ablo Oil company opera tions. Tho discovery well In 35-25-lu Is making 150-barrels per day. Three offset wellH are now drilling and propsprcts of opening up a nice pool nro rather rosy. In thu shallow field, east of Severy in M'eUuriH 16 and 21, tho Selby Oil A (las company and Mer rl.im PludebiM have five producing wills from sand found at 1,160 lo 1,185 feet. These wells are producing 35 gravity oil averaging from lo to 25 barrels. Teh Arkansas Natural Oas com pany shot Its Oliver No. 1 In 17-23-10 nnd while tho will Iiuh not been thoroughly cleaned out, It has every appearance of being a vory nice well. On account of tho prox imity of this well, with tlielr us well found In tho same section and the general trend, tho location Is be ing watched hy a number of promi nent operators. Tho Vlrgli field continues to at tract considerable attention both In the west and north Virgil pools, where nice wells huvo been brought In the past week, extending tho oporatlonu considerably. ( W. II. Dodd, scout and assistant purchasing agent for tho Ilradslreet Oil company, and pioneer of nil scouts In tho .Mid-Continent field, stateM that tho Kemp-Independent-McMuhon wall at Okemah In 12-10-9, got a shallow sand ot 3,0(0 feet, that had a nice showing of oil which filled up about 1,200 feet In tho hole. "At 3,113 feet they went through th cup rock which was very hard and about tlvo feot ,n thickness. At this point they went Into u hard gritty sand, and ut 3,1 lu feet went Into a brown sand whit h showed much oil nnd very Jlttlo gas. They drilled about 3 1-2 feet Into this sand," said Mr. Dodd, "and the well began filling up until "GOODYEAR" M KAN'S GOOD WEAR Forster-Davis Motor Corp. HI.". South .Main Osugo 1010 Owen 1810 Oaage 5001 for Rush Multigraphing Dlrft Mull Adr.rll.lnr CanimUn Switzer Multigrnphing Co. Ma ll,ihi..ri Mills, Notice to Cadillac Owners hldtJIIT A IM UKTM KNTS I'ltlJU Having been with the Cadillac factory at Detroit for seven years, J am ablo to specialize oq C'ldllliiij adjustments nnd repairs, Ilrlng your car In and save time and money C01 8. Cllcn, Cedar 1IC.U3. I luxlr Pnlnvd nnd I'nrtooU of tho was so eager to go, that It was a mighty hard Job to keep them quiet long enough for tho picture, let alone cct their names. The Transportation club ran bo ilitnmiilnil Htm, i 1 ,1 ., nt . rl n 1 11 ntiv cnmi'iitlnn nf any kind, any tlmo in Tulsa. They know thn fine art nf entertaining, nnd thn railroad men who wero hern for thn two dayf said they hud thn best limn ever bail In utiy country. Minneapolis 'will entertain them next. ran over the top of the casing, lie-' twven z a. in.. Friday, until 7 a. m., thn well slopped over and piodlirml about 100 barrels or oil. From 8 till 9 o'clock thu well made Its riist flow of about 60 bin i els, and frnm that Attention, Oil Men! Position wnntcd by flrst-claa field superintendent. Four years' experience caslngliead gasoline plnnts operation nnd construc tion. University graduate, boat reference. Addrcen Pox 257-0, Word, PATTERSON STEEL CO. jMlntm ChnnnrJa. Andra, l'Utra, Hflnftirrlnf Hurt I'otnpleU Hlfrl lliillillngt Offlrr, Mmp" utu M Hrelinni Annlhu urn) FrWro It. II. TliUn Otmir IVir. Do You Play Poker? Here's 4 of a Kind Guaranteed to Win Type HO Cndillac Sedan Type G7 Cadillac Suburban Type 57 Cadillac Touring Type 57 Cadillac Roadster Priced right and In a condUIon mechanically and otherwise that we gladly guarantee. Cnll Inspect nnd Puy LaFaycttc-Gaston Co. Osjigo 3130 South Main and Klghtli I' J Selden Trucks H 'K Also parts fur Omtlnerilnl H Motors Ilrouii-Llpn Trims- H H mission and Tlmkcn H M Axles. E Selden Sales & H Service Co. H H (Factory llrrinch) H nf l!." South llcnwr lij Phono Cedar :I201 time on It has been flowing at In tervals og about two hours and mak ing from 20 to !0 barrels to the flow. The well Is eatlmnted from 480 to 600 barrels per day." J. A. Vance ot Knnsaa City, who Is niioclntPd with tho Kansas City Structural Steel company returns tomorrow to his home, after spend ing seveml dns In Tulsa nn busl liosi. Mr. Vance says Unit Knnna City Is planning plenty of entertain ment for tlm gas men's convention to be hold theio next week, U It. McCollum and Mrs. MrCnl lum, fnrinerlv Miss Mnruiirel Mnr. i phy, nro In Iho clly and will teimiln hero for a month of Hx ueeka whlln I Mr McCiillum is nulling the rounds I of tho nil fields In the Mld-Cnntl. . nent. Mrs. Mi Colluni Is Just now r.-ntlneil to hnr mom nt tlm Ilotol Tulsa with a slight Illness but will I S'.on Im nt homo ns soon n they nro able to seeuro a suitable apartmr'it. I Thoy nro riy welcome here. T P. I.'li-nri nf iIia li I' my of mstiMsvllle, w. n., n hi tlm I'v mid says that he Is riv nun It irprMed to ee tlir report published li jrstordays World Hint lli Ku ril i ppn Mmp minpnnv In, I Mopped taking nil In West Irglrtlu This H hard to understand as thi-in Is no rensi.n why the (ill producers of West VlrRlnla should be discrimi nated agnlnst. At this season of the year, i iirisiiinptlnii of gasoline ami , I'ibri' nnts Is on the liurnase." said Mr Ki.vnn. Claude I'n.-lrr. rlilnsl son of H'll- WITH THE LIVE ONES IN THE REFINING BUSINESS PRODUCERS & I'rnJuesra 'PAitco" pi:thom:um piioducts Ntw Hrt Natlonit ll.nlt lluU.IInt OWENWOOD OIL CORPORATION rnnnuccnH ttKi'iNKiiN MAiuruTKiiH akiio ai'Rcui. rnonucTs OWENWOOD llUII.DINtl INVADER OIL CORPORATION surisitton rKTiioircuM rnonuern uusKonrcis. Oklahoma I3ARNSDALL REFINING COMPANY MANUPACTt'ltBltH ALL PUTnOLKtUt PnODtlrrTH. II 1011 ""AIIIO l.yillllCATINH OILH, CirLINlJKll, BTOCKS AND IlK. Kiecullve Offlenl Tnlh Floor I'.lrol.ym Ill,1 Tula, lurintry lUrntiUII, OUIalioma. I'hono Oaai J0I0 OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY I:NID, OKLAHOMA High Orailo ratrntaum Products I'rom Darber Cru4a. W. II. BARBER COMPANY Aloaya In tho M.rU.t for I'olroUum Products CIllOAao, ILLINOIS COSDEN & COMPANY man auAuio putholkum piioduuts TULSA, OKLAHOMA SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY Plionei Onto (700.01 MANUrACTOHKHB I'KTIIOLKUM I'UOntJCTS-HALISH D1SPT. 11 Now l'lul National Uank 111 Jr. EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED lurinarlts LoratM at Okinula-'. Oklahoma Clly, Cualiltif. I'onca Clly. Okla. , Ualnaavllla, Teiaa Stilt Offlca ruonaa 7001 411 Unfix HWf, Tula. Okla CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION Manuftcturars Caalnghtail Abaorptlon and lll.nJod claaollna fliono Oaia-a 1210 Tuaa. Oklahoma COLEMAN-NELSON CORPORATION MANUKACTUItKIIH OI' HTHAICJUT HUM OASOI.IN13 Oanaral orilcru 01 Hnulli r-h;.nna Btrtai ' I'liona 0 710 ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION I'llODUCICnH AND IIEKINKIIB St. Louli. Mo., Arraile Ulila. Tula. Okla- Uaro nlJr. Chicago, i Continental Commercial Hank IIIJk. SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY, I'UODUG'ISnfl and iiukini:iim Procuring tntl Lan4 Hart, Halaa Dtpf. 70S Kanncily Illdf., Tula. 101 South La (fall Ht., Chleiia THE PURE OIL COMPANY, ItUriNlSlllISS AT CUSIIINO AND AIIDMOIIE NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY. TANK TAIIfl LKANK1). IIHI'AIIIIJI) AND ItKHUILT OKO, r. IIIIIOIIAM, District Manager, 1001 Daniel lIMg, Tulaa. Worksi Colf.yHlla. Kanaaa Talapliona 1110 OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CO. OP PEXnOLKUM H.if. an1 Oantral Otflcta. (). I'. It. CONSTANTIN REFINING CO. Oen.ral Otrlcra, Tenth Kloor first National Hank WU. nUrlNUIUEil TULMA. DEVOI, PHONK OSAQB 4010 MARLAND Clrnorsl Falea OffUai I'onc Clly, Okla, IMPERIAL OIL MARKETING CO. C I. MAYIULU I'rtaMrol Markalera Palrolaiim and lla I'm, hula. Including all llaaollno, Naphtha. Karoaana, Dlellllal.a. Oaa Oil, lllark oil and lined Oil mado tiy llnprrlal llolln ng Co., Ard mora, Okla, Uancral Ollktai Hlb t'luor, Uaggonar lllJg., iTort Worlh. Taaaa. TRANSCONTINENTAL OIL CO. ritonucEna itEKiNEns NBW WIUOHT MAItATHON MOTOK OIU KANSAS & GULF COMPANY rnoDiiCtiis, hhkinkiih. tiianspoiitkiih and MAtiii'' 1'J.TUUI.l.UAl Afu na I'iKJiiuw ;ia Talipbona ()ide 1010 I'elrcleum llldg. GENERAL AMERICAN rp CORPORATE It. J, SHAnrPB and It. T. MUBSUH. Itaaldc IMPERIAL REFIN C. I. MAYIf ALL aniir.rtiircra httfh crada Daaulltie. Manhtha KeroX rill mrf llnad Oil All moiluela aold Kill rioor w T Wasgontr Oanaral Otllceai Fort Vonh, Tfiaa Iflrd Poster, well-known oil and Pipeline man, arrived Friday morn ing with Mrs. Fostor from Chicago, whero they havo been making their home, and where Mr. Filler ban been ronnected with Marsi.ull FMda, Mr. Foster will enter his father's new Oxy-llydro hiMnMM. 'be new plant of which Is nearlng comple tion nt West Tulsa. A. If. 'Slheoti of the firm nt Zhsnl err (llbson, ls In lb" city from N'ew Yolk, and roporlH that " vrvbody In Now York Is expecting a big rise In thn pilro nf Mid-Continent crud In tho near futuic.'' .1. V. MrCormlek of tlm Alll- 1 I e fining company, returned tie r . e. onlay from JnhnsniiluirKt,. p., wheie he was mlled a week hc nn ono of the saddest of nil tnleeloi s to attend tho funeral of his father, John McCormlrk, Mr. McCorml'V was accompanied east by Mrs. Me. Cormlrk nnd baby, who lemulned In Jnhiifntibiirg fur a two months' visit with relatives. Un returned to TnNu by way of Clilrago and Kansas Cltv. looking nfter business Interests In emli pine. T V. Thompson of 'he Keystomi Oil Manufacturing rniupaiiv ot Chi i ago, has been spending enver.il davs In TuNn In tho Intrmts of this rmnpany. When Chicago refiners are fending representatives here, It Is n good Indication that refined prod in Is nro difficult to Ret Mr. Thomp son is leaving within the next few dn fcr an extended trip through Athnns.is, Texas nnd Louisiana, where he will visit the different re. fmei les REFINERS CORP. sn,l Iteflntra of TUI.3A, OKLAHOMA rOKT WOltTK. TEXAS AMKIIII'A AND ITS PHODUCTS llulldlng Tulia, Oklahoma REFINING COMPANY Tulia Office ar.,1 Warahousai 311 Houlh Cl.ey.nna I'liono (JeJir Jill. MAiiTCETiena 1JLDO. TL'LSA, OKLA. MAItATHON OASOLlV I0t4 (VAjte. .A.V' VheeaT .rR'S. It. Aa al V -.JP rVUIIKl V"' .''.uiirily guarar, HNt rea. andv V I'l s .."iolllar, T.. Agaot. lliroURh llnPvV (luildlng, I'oi . niiier ia e-'- "'tit.