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corporation. Address *11 communication» ^
■ National Bank Building, Oroat Pall». Montana.
O. I, DeSCHON, Publisher
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at Great Pall», Monta»*. Pn der Act of March », l* 7 *
The Montana Oil and Mitring Journal endeavors to Insure the
homely and trustworthiness of every advertisement It *J?le*dîng
tTarold the publication of all advertisements conUlning mlaleadlng
statements or claim*
advertising rates on application
S~\IL is the Mood of the earth flowing through
■V fortune's field only io enrich the courageous.
It sometimes rewards even the non-thinking M* 31 '
ness slacker , but it never lifts the burden from
the back of a business coward. Its plus marKs
of success generally go to those who combine
some degree of thought with action.
A few mon tbs ago a certain doctor sq
certain business commitment he had made. H ^ ,
panicky" about the future of business conditions. Ho had
received letters from a number of business classmates who
were practicing in other localities, which were singing the
blues" to him. This same doctor last week frankly stated
that his practice and collections had held up right aiung,
but that he certainly had been a victim of panic hysteria.
He confessed that he was ashamed of himself for ever per
mitting his common sense to be paralyzed by fear of some
imaginary' future calamity," relates the Albuquerque Oil New*,
Was talking with a man last week who in October called
every due mortgage he had. telling the lenders •'that he needed
the money in his business, while he confesses now that it was
just an excuse. Two of them managed to get loans elsewhere
to pay him. Now he has the cash and is wondering where to
place it. The other borrower was unable to get a loan else
where. He was desperate about losing his home. Finally he
offered to deed it over to the lender if he would pay him m
cash the cost of foreclosing. The lender by this time had got
ten over his panicky fear and renewed the mortgage.
The point is that a lot of just average people, small capi
talists so to speak have already come to their senses, which
with rock bottom commodity and raw material prices indi
cates that the turn in business has taken place.
The Reconstruction Corporation will put a lot of money
to work in industry which will put a lot of men to work.
.Vnd both industry and individuals need gasoline, fuel oil and
lubricating oils. Watch the oil industry.
uirmed out of a
e was absolutely
I Continu««! from Paro 1)
most favorably located with re
spect to probable oil production.
Oil and Ou Shows
The well now drilling, 1600
feet west of the surface crest
of the anticline, found both oil
and gas in shallow hoirlsons.
Drilling has received the for
tnsftions to be absolutely regular,
log of the Pulton-Blackfeet well
checking perfectly with one drill-1
ed 25 miles north, In Canada.
Near Possible I'ag
This well is now near the base
of the Colorado formation, with
production possible inside of the
next 400 feet of drilling,
hole Is In perfect condition, ce
mented for 11« entire length be-|
low the bottom of the pipe.
Location for the well was made
by B. B. Emrick, geologist who
discovered the Pondera and Ban-]
natyne Gelds in this sut« and ]
who located the discovery wells
Fortunes will be made by those who keep in touch
Montana eil and mining development daring the
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vlng the «WH
CiBOROE HARPER, Clerk
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DAVID 3. RYAN.
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substantial earnings for 1931, and the preceding year» of
1980, 1929, and 1928 as well.
An exceptionally low price has been
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niah plaintiff towel I. w ith the
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find alao for the roatody of «le
minor rhlid. the Issue of said
rings, and far any farther relief
the Court may deem meet In the
Witness my hand and the Seal of
said Court this 2nd day of February.
OBOBOE HARPER, Clerk
By J. E. HILGARD,
< Deputy Clerk.
Date of ttrst publication, Feb. 6. BKB
REFINERY AND OFFICES
Producers of Gasoline from
Montana Crude Exclusively
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GREAT FALLS. MONTANA
OTTO BRKUKB. fBuim»» •» Brora
« J. JOHNSON. rmMort.
OMAR ». MALCOLM. Vtoa-PrrotorM
BEN 8. HILL, Cmahler
D. A. DAVimON, Am! CmMw,
CHAR. #> THIEONSON. Aact. €»»*k*r.
Thl» Bank te well equipped to give Intelligent Service
to Montana'« Growing Oil Indnutry.
._g iB -..2 ga ==i M ^
We recommend these
to individuals or firms for work on wild
cat or proven territory. They have proper
equipment for Montana fields and they
know how to use it
1 ■ "L 1 . ■ ".J ' J ' llüJiJ ' l !! ■ ■
We have most complete oil well Cleanout Service
Equipment In Kevin-Sunburst Oil Field for
PULLING RODS « TUBING — PULLING CASING
t Good Used Casing for Sale
» BIG WEST OIL COMPANY
C. C. OPERATING GO.
OIL AMD GAS WELL CONTRACTORS
"The Deep Hole Boys'
ELECTRIC AND GAB ENGINE EQUIPMENT
Work Qnnran ta a d P rie— Reasonable
A E. CRUMLEY,
Estimates on Work
Contâtes a wealtli of
tsfomndM 1» it* ran
LLOYD B. NASH
DAI I il
P. O. Drawer UM
We would like to drill that
well for you la the Border of
Kerin SaaUmrst Held
The some Saperriuk»« give*
oar own wells
W. D. CRAIG
H. V. FMtUrtii
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Standard rig* and toot« ««allabia
fur quick move to Cu« Bank er
Bed Conto« field* au work guar
Jmm Oil Onmpany
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