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Oil Trade Notes
Of Interest to Refiners and Marketers
WILL EXPLAIN GASOLINE PRICE CHANGES
Standard of New Jersey has adopted a new tpoMcy in connection
with price adjustment». A statement of reason» «hat bave made price
adjustments necessary will be made. The poMcy 1» baaed on the grounds
chat "people are interested In and hare a right to know what makes the
President W. S. Parrish In his
things they hoy coat what they do.
announcement aadd:
"For what the man in the street pays for his bread and his shoes,
his bus fare and; gasoline Me ment, heat and electricity are far more
vitafl to him than the wars, scandals and pout** that Ml the headlines.
People are interested in and hare a right to know what makes the things
they buy coat what they do. And an honest spirit of public responsibility,
ae well as in justice to Itself, requires that indue try play its cards face up.
"Let us admit that this philosophy of frankness in price making is
one the significance of whidh industry ae a whole (has in the past been
stow to appreciate. But many observers boBeve the time will come
when the prinriplle of hair prices openly arrived at will be as generally
accepted as the annual stockholders' report. Understanding and good
will are the best insurance known against prejudice, fair and open deal
ing the beet guarantees of continued confidence and friendship.
"Petroleum is a business with many ramifications. But by and large
it is supply and demand, competition, raw material coots, manufacturing
costs, wages and taxes—all the old familiar friends we met in high school
economics—that chiefly influence the price of gasoline, ae they do that
of any other product."
• « « •
J. T. Sykes of Kaltapell is establishing a new oil basinet» in Living
ston as dealer for Socon y-Va outun products, Mobllgas and MjoMJoil.
Workmen are busy on oonstrucrtlon of a retail sales station on Park street
at H street, and the old Community Gas station at Park and 11th has
been purchased as a second station. A bulk plant will also be construc
ted at H and Park.
ELIMINATE CONSUMERS TANKWAGON PRICE
Continental OÜ company has taken one step in solution of the prob
lem of co-ops In the maintenance of the price stmetnre in Montana by
éliminât ion of the consumers tank wagon price which was two cents
under the dealers' price. This two cents fh'as heretofore been distribut
ed by the co-ops as a dividend. With the elimination of that price, the
farmers can buy their gasoline In qnanlty lots from the dealer ae cheaply
as from the co-ops. The latter will have only the normal profit, the
same as any other dealer, and while they will probably he able to pay
dividends from the normal margin, they will be considerably smaller.
The added two cents was one of the principal factors in developing co-op
organizations in Montana.
REGISTRATION OF
HOME IS COMPLETE
Reports from tlhie Securities &
Exchange commission at Washing
ton, D. C-, show tlhait amendments
have been filed by Home Oil & Re
fining Co., in compliance with the
•revised list of properties following
tfhe withdrawal oif A. B. Cobb, and
it is understood that the federal is
of the securities can now
nuance
proceed, meaning an eariy com
pletion of the deal whereby the
Home refinery will have acquired
its own producing properties and
oil reserves in Out Bank fiefld in
addition to properties In Pondera
field owned by W. E. Rice. The lat
ter becomes chairman of the board
while George Nadeau of Shelby be
come» president of the Home.
RETURNS FROM SCOTLAND
-
W. M. Pedan, reeWent engineer
of the Department of the Interior,
U. S. Geological Survey, returned to
ghteTby last -week, ifoMowln« a vaca
tion trip to Scotland. He was ac
companied by his famliy.
ALBERTA CRUDE PRICE OUT
Confirmation of reports of a cut
in the price of crude in Turner Val
ley field was received this week
from Calgary. The price was cut 19
cents per barrel from $1.70, This re
sult» from the over-prod motion situ
ation and is Intended to curt) fur
ther drilling .until new markeldt out
let* can ibe established.
RETURN TO CALIFORNIA
Ed Murray. Mir*. Murray and son
David together with Miss Katie
Miurray, a stater, left BUHugfe, for
Los Angèles, after a month» stay lu
Montana. Mr. Murray to oonneotea
withi Broadview Dome Oil Devel
opment, now drilling 35 mile*
Northtwest cjf Billings.
SEND A rONTBTBmON TO
THE SUNBURST BADGER
British American
Producing Co.
The
Oil
Toronto Pipeline
Company
The
BUYERS OF NORTH MONTANA
CRUDE OIL
Shelby, Montana
Tulsa, Okla.
Toronto, Ontario
Hi
NEW LEASE FORM
BEING PREPARED
BY INDIAN OFFICE
ed by the Indian office at Browning,
. . rvtl
for use In future leasing of oii
leads owned by the Blaekfeet In-j
.. _ _ ,_ , . _ _
(Man» The oM oil and gas lease
and tiie office is working on a new
(own which will be used in the is
A new lease form is 'being prepar
form was not entirely satisfactory
suance of leases on the 17 tract«
which are to be sold a it public auc
tion next Saturday.
One change is that the leasee will
not require drilling to the Madi
sonl Ime, in eve*iy instance. This was
formerly provided although it was
a useless expense, since no forma
tion below the Cut Bank has ever
produced any oil on the reserva
tion.
Bidders will ihereafier make
checks payaible to the Treasurer,
Blaekfeet Tribe, rather than to the
Superlntenden as beret»fore.
GENOU TEST AT I56S
Teat of Security Petroleum Cor
poration of Great Fall* on Gone«
structure, in the central Sweet
graee Arch, NE% NB>4 23-2.6N
3E. ie drilling at 16L6 (feet, making
good progreee. Dr filers are Harvey
Bailey, Nortnan Appley and Totn
Jones. Tooihes are Haugen, Kelly
and Lyon*.
DRILLING AT LUTHER
Drilling is again under way at
the R. C. Tarrant teet on Luther
Fox dome, near Red Lodge, after
delays occasioned by a caving bole.
The hole had reached 800 when it
was found that It was slightly off
center so it was bridged back and
re-drilled and it is now drilling
ahead with straight hole at around
1,000 feet.
OIL CONSERVATION BOARD OF THE STATE 07 MONTANA
416 Ford Building
Great Falls, Montana
BTATBOBNT OS CRÜDB OIL PBODÜCTI0N.
~ BTC, IK MONTANA,
( Figure* represent barrel* of oil
with fractional bbl*. omitted.)
RSFININQ, «TO HA UK
JULY,
1937
All Other
Ini, n«u>
IN STORAGE JULY lat:
By Producers -
" Transporter» _
" Rrfinerl«« _
" Pure hear r* for Storage....
In Transit..
..... 100,210
_ «TWWI
_.... .ma»
-176.SM
. . B,TW
_ 1(1, MSI .
..... J1.10«
. 2.278..
. 71,723 _
»0.788 .
.iso.«».
. «6.a» _.
. 90.264 ......
__94.406
_ 4,MU.
_44,0*1._
148.900_
.. W.084.
_ 11028«
- 3.730....
... «b.obm
22.445 ...
040
.... 5.078
_ 1,323,1»
_ 557,791
30.954._
.129,508_
. 35.11«
.. «38,401 ..
TOTAL STORAGE.
PRODUCED DURING MONTH
_432.84a -
.M6.0t:i
.100,341
9.882
.—387.971
18.979
... 1,880,990
10,036_
_104,019
_U 9,330
TOTAL.
588,883
W7.43Î
_ 314,301
8.228 __
1.006.
826 ......
28.004
—... 18.845
97.790 _
_ 3.817» _
_238.133 _ ...
101.385 ,
_ 3.420
.. 17,370
REFINED IN MONTANA_
USED FOR FUEL OR LOST
SHIPPED TO CANADA.
SHIPPED TO WYOMING.
078
169—
22,150
.. 279,491
5711
570
. 505,040
10.630
50.380_
_18.8*5
333.015_
.182, ML.
TOTAL
IN STORAGE JULY 31:
142,975
650.512
279.006
206.814
6,643
15.381
12.213
12,851.
91,481
«.«•8
3.378
... «*,«*4 . .
21.360
_ 40,003.
—147.98«. _
95.038.
.114.145_
-.. «2.362 .
___-328.788.
.. .—148,716.
..— 82.660 _
By Producers..
" Transporters —
" Refineries -
" Purchasers for Storage.
In Transit—.—..
ur.
0.643
..._ 1.285,950
.30,01«
... .114.230 .
406.822
...100.475
TOTAL STORAGE.
.034,417
• Pipeline gain (deduct)
In Htontge
July *1-37
Refined
Lost, Etc.
July Kn-rlpln
Mon«. Kcfln«
In storage
Jaly 1-37
32.548
211.287—
I WYOMING OIL IMPORTED
_17.153.
.220.6X5_
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in the district court of the
eighth judicial district of
™b ****■! lnty of cascade.
summons
_
Ct F , H 0LT, Plaintiff,
vs T .|f.,
JOSEPH JELL1CA and MARY JBLLICA
his wife, and all other persona, unknown
j claiming or who might claim any right,
title, estate or Interest in, or lien er
j encumbrance upon, the real property des
j crlbcd in the complaint, or any thereof,
adverse to plaintiffs ownership, or any
cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto,
i whether such claim or possible claim be
present or contingent, including any
1 claim or possible claim of dower, inchoate
or accrued. Defendants.
! THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends
; Greetings to the Above Named Defend
ants, and to Bach of Them:
i You are hereby summoned to answer
j the complaint in this action which 1* fll
I ed In the office of the Clerk of this Court,
a CO py 0 f which is herewith served upon
one of yon in each County wherein any
of you reside, and to file yonr answer
i an{ j gerve a copy thereof upon the plain
tiff* attorney within twenty day* alter
the service of this Summons, ezclualw
0 f the day of service, and in c«*e of your
failure to appear or Answer. Judgment
will be taken against yon by default
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
This action Is brought for the purpose
of quieting title to that certain piece
or parcel of real estate, lying, situate
and beln
Monana,
Montana and more
as follows: to-wit:
Lot Numbered Nine (9)- in Bioak
Numbered Two Hundred F<
Seven (217) in the Towp or Tg
site of Great Falls, Cascade ÇoOl
State of Montana;
Witness my hand and Sea! 6f s«a
Court this 25th day of Augtwt. 1937.
GEORGE HARPER, Cl«»
By J. E HILOABJ), Deputy CletJt
SWANBERG A HWANIBERG,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
527-529 Ford Building,
Great Falla, Montana
Date of first publication Angngt 28, 1987
g In the City of Great Fal)g.
County of Cascade and State .of
particularly described
•*
•I r
I
MALE OF
OIL LEASES
I ••
On Septem tier 18. 1937, at 10:00 A. M.
o'clock, at the Blaekfeet Indian Agency,
Browning, Montana, there will oe an
auction sale of oil lease* of Indian land*
on the Blaekfeet Réservation. The lauq*
to be offered are favorably located for
the production of oil. all being sltuatéd
within or near the Cut Bank Field. The
leases will be upon forms prescribed by
the Department; royalty one-elghtb (1-8).
Full particular*, Including description of
lands, may be obtained from C. L.
Oravea. Superintendent of the Blaekfeet
Indian Agency, Browning, Montano. .
Date of first publication. Sept. 4, 19.T7.
la
SEND A CONTRIBUTION To .
THE SUNBURST RADGKK
E. BYERS EMRICK
CONSULTING GEOLOGIST
OIL—NATURAL CAN
Examinations, Reports, Appraisal*
Estimates of Reserve*
United State* and Canada
CONRAD
MONTANA
Office
Pbone 190
Resldeaoe
Phone 158
Raglan Shoulder
Two-Tone
SWEATERS
i .
i lîi
$
5
Camel shade soft doray
cloth body and knit con
trasting
shonders. Makes a good
looking garment for early
and
sleeves
9 :
fan.
Kaufman's
I
304 Central Ave.
notice to creditors
rotate of henry W ludwig,
I (minors of and *11
i 'hem 4uh the necessary vouchers. within
ur month« after the first publication of
Illig notice, to the «aid administrator at
;;1(; j,' or( j Bonding. Great Falls, Montana,
!hl . being the place for the trans
,,, ri 0 n of the business of said estate at
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN D bT*tho
undersigned administrator of the estate
"f Henry W. Ludwig, Deceased, to the
persons haring claims
Deceased, to exhibit
the offices of H. Norskog, '31« Ford
Building, Great Falls, Montana, the at
imney fur the administrator in the
County of Cascade.
I*att>d Angust 31st, 1837.
JOHN HINKLE.
Administrator of the estate of
Henry W. Ludwig, Deceased.
II NORSKOG.
Attorney for Administrator,
• ircat Kali«. Montana
I »ate of first publication September 4.
1937.
4z
X THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF MONTANA. IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF CASCADE.
(SUMMONS
r. VICTOR SWEDBLOM. Plaintiff
vs.
FRANK W. L1NGQUIST and MAR
GUERITE B. LINOQUIST. hl« wif«. and
ail other peraona unknown, claiming or
who might claim any right, title, eatate
or Interest in or lien or incumbrance npon
the real property described in the com
plaint or any thereof adverse to plaintiffs
ownership, or any cloud npon plaintiffs
title thereto, whether auch claim or pos
sible claim be present or contingent. In
rinding any claim or possible claim of
'-fdower. Inchoate or accrued.
Lots Twenty-one (21), Twenty-two
(22). Twenty-three (231, Twenty-four
(24), Twenty-five ( 25 ), Twenty-siz
(26). and Twenty-seven (27). all in
Block Eighteen (18), In the First
Addition to the Townslte of Ca*
cade, according to the Plat thereof
on file and of record in the office
the Clerk & Recorder In and for the
said Cascade County.
Witness my hand and Seal of said Court
thls 25fh day of Anguat, 1937.
(Court Seal)
GEORGE HARPER Clerk
j. ». aju."™""- "*• ««i
Attorney for Plaintiff
Great Falls, Montana
Date of first publication Sept. 4, 1937 .
Defendant«.
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends
Greetings to the Above Named Defendants,
and to Each of Them:
Yon are hereby summoned to answer the
complaint in this action which 1« filed
In the office of the Clerk of this Court,
a copy of which is herewith served npon
one of yon in each Connty wherein any of
,'tyon reside, and to file yonr answer and
*erve a copy thereof npon the plaintiff*
attorney within twenty day« after the
service of this Summons, exclusive of the
d«y of service, and In case of yonr fail
ure to .appear or answer. Judgment will
be taken agalnet yon. by default, for
the relief demanded In the complaint.
Tbi* action Is brought for the purpose
of quieting title to the land situated In
Cascade Connty. Montana, and described
as follows;
4z
CROTEAU COUNTY
By Uhoofean County Abstract Co.
FORT BENTON. MONTANA
mineral deed a royalty ammt
Edwin F. Peterson Jr. u> Tress« O.
Smith 1-4 of 1 % of 100% NINE* 23-2«
•1 oil and gas.
SHELBY ABSTRACT
AND TITLE CO.
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NHhJUBY. MONTANA
> r*'
kt
JOSEPH S, IRWIN
PETROLEUM GEOLOGIST
Box 1816
CUT BANK, MONTANA
8026 Glencoe Road, Calgary, Alb.
FREDRICK C. PLATT
MINING ENGINEER
PETROLEUM
Geology—Lease Management
MINING
Reports—-Management
SHELBY.
MONTANA
FOR SALE
OIL AND GAS ROYALTY INTEREST
. . 4 . «. .jv
V < ^r V .t*^S"w^^M < | , î*^Mvî-S- I tha d t the
NOTICE 18 1USKB8Y GIVEN that We
ll««rd of Directors of the Louis OU Com
■«any a Montana Corporation. 1. C. Lam
pen. Secretary. No. 261 Central Avenue.
Great Falls, Montana. Wild, SELL TO
THE HIGHEST BIDDER UR BIDDERS
TilBREFUBK. subject to the conditions
hereinafter stated, at the above stated
place, on the 2«th day of September. UM7.
at Three o'clock P. M. said co JTS r,t J°" "
nil and gas royalty interest of TEN 1 KK
CENTUM ill)*» ) in and to all of the oil
■ nd gas products! slid saved from D'e.
following described land;
The Southeast 4Jwrter <«SI) of h*c
i °" •,^. Ur v\ , |. 1 lîl'.J.Tlm,'!, Weit
S"». -Ä.2, iS «KlinüSS
Ï.ÏÏ5,"K,»»Â Vu
if r «sss* r&rasers
Th«* United States
Said royalty interest will be sold in its
entirely or. at the option of the dlree
tors of said corporation, in percentage*
or fractions of not less than one-twen
tieth of said entire Interest, all free from
encumbrance and subject only to the
terras of the conveyance* whereby said
Interest was acquired by said corporation.
There are now THREE oil producing
wells upon said land, all operated by
Huso Brothers, of Ferdlg, Montana, and
the cash income derived from said roy
ally Interest sin« date of oil discovery
said land is stated, approximately, as
follows :
«T7.0Ü all years 11*2« to 1934. »nein
from ONE well (acidized in
'
■■u
sive,
1933 and 1934) ;
*»«(.«» year 1935 from ONE well (te
acidised): .
*860.00 year 1986 from ONE to
THREE well« (Two acidized);
6475.00 flr«t SIX mouths 19.37 from
THREE well* (one re acldlzed).
Bid* in writing under «Ml will be re
celved, date of receipt noted thereon, and
not opened until time of *aJe or oral
bid« will be received at the place, date.
and time above stated,. Payment for all
or any of said interest purchased will l»e
required in cash, or by draft or check
acceptable to the Secretary of Mid cor
poratlon, on September UKÎ7, at tue
time of purclmae ,
.Said pro|H»rtj will be «old to enable tm*
director« to distribute the corporate a««cU
and dlaaolve «aid corporation according
to law. It U a bolding company having
no other real property Intereat», no debta
and no UabHltles. but increased tazes
imposed by the new lax law« make the
cost of continuing corporate existence too
« enaive.
tockhoiders and officers of the corpo
ration are privileged to purchase all or
*uy of said interest, hereby are invited
I to submit bid*, and are assured that
they bid a* much as other#, their bids
will be given preference in the order of
d,te received.
A bid of *2,500.00 for said eiMlre Inter
eat or. proportionately, for any part
thereof not «old under higher bid or bids,
has been received.
•»***•« of less amount for all or, pro
portlonately. parta of said Interest will
therefore be considered.
Date '> f flr *t publication Sept. 11. 1937
ex
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GLACIER COUNTY
By OUdtr Cosaty Abstract Ca.
CUT BA NR, MONTANA
OIL AND GAM LEAME
A M Nilsewtnen et ux to Lyal W Lind
quist A W M Black NK4 N 48 K) N'4«4
8E1 See 13-32-7 3 yrs 1-8 oil and ga».
welt by June 15, or 25c i>er acre.
ahmignmknth of royalty
M al«! J> lligoey to Cleula Ralston 1-2
of 1% E| See 4-36-8.
Wilfred Nadeau et nx t<> Lu 11 v ■ '
•*z "ha -4 f-tit '•>
F* s«*-- :
Non assessable for operating purpose*. .
Xe*i tluamcr et ux to H S Nr nagen I
2 % NiNFimvi Mec 2533 «.
R. M, Nyb*Ken et uv to Albert Sauter
8WRISWI Hccif
William J. Juw* to Marie Jones 1%
SE48K4 Mec. 29 N*NK4 HKJ E* 1 .
9-1 HEIKE 4 Sec 32-34-5 NEJNEJ Mec
5 NiNWI Hec -»-•Cl-.,
«Itv In L.t 4 «WINW'5 NWJSWS S.-<
5 Lot 1 Sec 6-83-5.
i Jena Kakkc et nx to W. J. Jones 1%
HB4ME4 Mec. 29 NINE* SF4NE1 See 32
134-5
I Martin Jacobson et nz to W. J. Jonea
!l% HE4MK4 Mec 32-34-5; NE4NE4 8«c
5 SIXW 4 Mec 4-33-5.
! C .I. Tucker et nz to Mabel D Blgney
Alun a < 1 u h toy'
jl-2 of 1% E| Mec. 4-35-a
Marne ro same 1-2 of 1% same land*
AHHIGNMENTM OF OIL AND GAM
LEAK EM
Ed Reagan et nx to James M. Elmalie
Magnetos, Starters,
Generators and
Electrical Systems
SEE US FOR REPAIRS
On all makes and type» of
Electrical Unite
We carry a complete stock of
parts and there will be
no delay in servicing
Send a* yonr next electrical Job
We clean and repair all sises
tyre# of radiators
Kl (HOLER'S GARAGE
MONTANA
SHELBY
A Edgar C Stevens Book 6 OAOL pg
175 »sign» as to »«*««1 Sec £37-6
S. J. UitciM'y tnmteo to Mr« Cleola
Ital«t..i. .V Fred J Stone lioog 5 OAUL
gwyOBJ NEJ8BJ
r.^ervlng 24% «U * gas
*'•' * s * " r ** r '"' K wu *
AMENDMENTS TO LEASES-REDUCING
KF.NTAL8
,\ 11retifolder et ni to The Tezae
Company Itk 5 O&OL page 355 HB18W4
s.c 13 SKIN El NEJBE4 Sec 23 NE1NW1
s)i vW) N|S\VJ Sec 24 T30N, R5W Be
duce* delay rental from *1«) for 0 month*
to no.00 for 6 month«
, Charley W Bally to Texas Prodnc
tlon Company Bk 5 OAOL page .'M3
'mEJMW) Sec 13 ME)NK1 NE}HE1 Sec 23
jj K1NW1 . K j XW| N piWJ Sec 24 TtKN
I ,1 - 7W Reduces delay rental from *1491 for
« —«■ ï A "i»
i J v«5îî ."nï° r i* u","'; "1
,
ukkii üi boyai/Ts
! Adeibert Howe to Frank Grondel 1-16
of 1 < SKI See. 13-34-6.
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TOOLE COUNTY
Hr Mhflhr Ahalmrf ft Tlfl* ('«mn»nT
SHFliBY. MONTANA
OIL AND GAM 1,EASES
Lena May Gleason to Warren Hastings
K7|<» 5 vr Lot 1 Sec 3t: I»t 3-4 Sec 30
37-4W. *10. _
Henry W. Volbreeht et nz to Warren
Hastings 874 % 5 year W| 8-37-4W. *10.
1 C A Calan et nz
874% 5 year vn "
| c «"Ctlaii Vl nx to Warren Hasting«
874% 5 vesr N WBE F,*8W 30; N4N»
K w\'R E4NW 31-37-4W *10.
i' A i Plnn(1 ;. r Snta to Warren Hasting*
ln v ^ ar HJ.;, HENK 31-37-4W. *10.
| p,nr.*l>eth V, Volbreeht et con to War
MaBtinpl , W | % 5 r# . ar W 21-37-4W.
' AS8 iONMENTM , OF ROYALTY
' rUv H ,,x to Leroy Mnatoe
,. 4 of yt1r se«W W»SW 14; S^VNE 8B
wjne E4W4 NWSW NKNE 35
4Wl *1
' M8rRan .j c Ward to O C Hoyt 1%
aß-Xi-.'tW $1
I ' ri C Galioily to C D Brack 1% NBN»
^ ^
* .l' HanUb H ui to R^beora Olea
^ 4 0 f \<% xw 14-3B-2W |1
F p Kel*e'v et m to Rebecca Olen 1-4
j« 14 .jp. 2 w $1
j, Pr(l ^ h RetM , ra oien 12 of 1%
I
NW 14-3B-2W. »1
Otis M Lombard et nz to Rebecca
Men 1-2 of 1% S|«W NWKff U-35-2W'
fl
Otto E Larson etnx to S A Adaskovich
1% S4XW4 32 34 2W *1
G E Gallogly to J O Hagertv 1-8 of
»WINK» SE 15: WJ8W4 SEJMWJ 14
35-4W, *1
Donnie B. Pace et nz to Margaret
Boisvert Urowrtl 1% 8E| 21-30-1W *1
SATISFACTIONS OIL AND GAN LEASES
A. H. Raymond to Barney Hnriev and
E R McKee E)W* 15; S|SWJ 10 S48BJ
9-34-2W
Frank Mlchener ct nz to Barney Hnrley
et ai EJW4 15 S*SW 1 10 S4SB4 9-34-2W
ASSIGNMENTS LEASES
Attach *300.00 Ferdlg Trading Co. va
Brvanf Bro« Oil Syn OOL NW4 34-36
W and casing
QCD > 10 . J^mra B Roger* to Hardrock
Oil Go E4SWJ HWJSEJ 13-35-2W
RWD *30.50 Illinois Pipe Une Co to
lot Ref Co Lot 2 SR1NW)
Exceuf Part SE4NW1 1S-80-2W
RELEASE OF OIL AND OA8 LEASE
C. L.
) , »ee Ct nz 11 lyases 438 R*NE RBNW
NBSW S|SW 21-361W ; N|N4 21-38-1W
18-36-2TW
Emmons, Agent to Grover O.
NEW CORPORATION
Sha-wa Petroleum corporation of
New York. W. B. Shaw. Floyd Wat
son. A. P. Walker, Jr., and H. B.
Hodgett*. directors. Capitol stock.
9 oOO. No capitol In Montana
Tt , V * 1
.Principal place of (business in Mon
tana. Galea block, Helena To en
c a *^« en<>raJ ladtratry
OIL PROFITS UP
091 profit» in the first six months
wore the best in eight years, and In
some cases set new all-time high
record. Consumption of all products
In first six months was about 10
per cent higher than last year, with
gaeoline demand up about 11
cent.
P«r
NO CRUDE PRICE CUT
FORT WORTH—The reduction
in crude alkuwabfe for September,
it to felt has fully dispelled any
prospect« that crude price» might
be reduced.
FILE ON GAS LANDS
Application for on oü and gas
lease was filed to the Great Fails
land office by H. B. Taylor of Saco
on 518.33 acres tn Sections 15
22. 11, T. 30. R. 29E.
Section 3
*3. 34, T. 3ON. R. 30 Bast, also by
August J. Krlg«er of Saco on «80.20
acre» to Sec. 23 T. 30, N. R. SOB.
Sections 16 and 27. T. 30. N R
29 East
ROYAUTE TANK FARM
TURNER VALLEY—The ReyaUte
Oil Co, ta eetahStohlng a tank farm
on the Steriing-FackCfe 1 «»*»
ttoo 33-18-9W6, South W vS
tay with a capacity off about 10.000
bblB. to h a ndl e «rode «Ont
produce« ~ -v 4 .j»

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