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CALL FOB BIBS ON STAT E RO YALTY
OIL IN CAT CREEK FIELD Notice Is hereby given that the Com missioner of State Lands and Investments for the State of Montana will receive sealed bids np to 2:00 o'clock, P. M.. Wednesday. October 13, 1837, on the state's crude royalty oil from Section Sixteen (18) Township Fifteen North (18N), Bange Thirty East (30E), In the Cat Creek Flold.Thls royalty oil will include all royalty oil accruing to the state during a period of twelve (12) months beginning with October 1, 1837. The price offered must be based on the price from Unit to time paid by the Continental OU Company for similar oil in the Cat Creek pected that the average production wiU exceed twenty-five (25) barrels per month. The successful bidder will be required to mske monthly reports of production, to make monthly payments and to make a cash deposit of $75.00 as a guarantee of fulfillment of the contract to be entered into in place of a bond. The right is reserved to reject any and all bide. For further Information apply to: NANI TA B. SHERLOCK, Secretary, State Board of Land Commissioners. Helena, Montana. 1st Publication. Oct. 2. 2nd Publication, Oct. 8. eld. It is not ex B ■ Only Radioear uaei the Selex-A-Phooe tc determine your hear in» aid requirements . ... . , . . remama today, the world, only Uboratory^mado to-order hearing aid. It i. your ion if you do nol save a Radioear Selex-A-Phone analy. i. b e for« -»'charing a bearing aid. Let u. demon. trat« t*. 1 m pin ftuTiliftYfilii bill] bit] fiVi •Yr ii rhe SELEX-A-PHONE hat changed the charactei yt a nation-wide business. Radioear was the first, and RADIO EAR COMPANY of Montana 405 First National Bank Building Great Fais, Montana Magnetos, Starters, Generators and Electrical Systems SEE US FOR REPAIRS On all makes and types of Electrical Units We carry a complete stock of parts and there will be no delay in servicing Send us your next electrical Job We clean and repair all sizes tyves of radiators KLINULER'S GARAGE Phone 102 MONTANA SÎTFLBY. FREDRICK C. PLATT MINING ENGINEER PETROLEUM Geology—Lease Management MINING Reports—Managemen t MONTANA SHELBY. ■■■■■■■ ■ IP ' |g| m i É# : ; (M p p? M •v Mi Kp! :■ ' m ELECTRICITY BUILDS Up goes another skyscraper, another factory build ing, and in every step in its construction electricity plays its part. Floodlighting, welding, operating elevators, scraping and finishing woodwork, painting, all these and more electricity does more quickly, more effjciently than they could be done without it. Even in building a simple frame dwelling, electricity is among the ablest of the workmen. Actual construction is not the only way in which electricity builds. Electricity builds communities, too. It builds bridges of communication between com munities, and sends light into dark places. It builds businesses, too, furnishing them with power and light to carry on their various operations. , And it builds men and women, by providing them with work —work in which the basic idea is service to others. THE MONTANA POWER Co. Serving 155 Montana Cities and Towns râl.f. FOB BIDS 09 STATE OIL AND GAS LEASES OCTOBER IS. 19*7 Notice U hereby siren that the State Board of Land Commissioners of the State of Montana will receive bids at open compétitive biding at the State Land Office in the State Capitol at 2.-00 o'clock, P. M„ Wednesday. October 13, 1987 for oil and gas leases on the fol lowing described lands ; Subdi vision 1. Si Plalntiff, Sec. Twp. Rge. Acres IS 20N IE) ) 22 20N IE) 640 N| 2. Lota 2. 3. 4 E)SW) 199.82 The Board reserve« the right to reject any and all bids. For further information apply to: NAN I TA B. SHI ER LOCK, Secretary, State Board of Land Commissioner», Helena. Montana. 1st Publication, Oct. 2. 2nd Publication, Oct 9. 31 37N 4W IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONLANA. IN AND FOB THE COUNTY OF CASCADE. summons EMILY .MILDRED VIFQL'AIN, CHAULES W. VIFQL'AIN, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends Greetings to the Alxn-e Named Defendants, ""vou 0 ar? C herebv^' suiumoned to answer the complaint In this action which Is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which Is herewith serval il pon one of you in each County where In any of you reside, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiffs attorney within twenty days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service, and In case of your failure to appear or an swer, Judgment will be taken against you, ,by default, for the relief demanded In I the el>m , Thls action ia brought j (| r purpose of obtaining a decree anuu n n jj the purported marriage entered int0 p ( , tw . ven plaintiff and defendant in Sacramento. California on or about the 21« day of August. HOT on the ground and for the reason that plaintiff was at said time under the age of eighteen (18) years and was by reason of such, in capable of consenting to a legal marriage! under tile laws of the State of California, Witness my band and the Seal of said Court this is day of September, 1937. GEORGE HARPER, Clerk. By J. E. H1LGARD, Deputy Clerk J 41 „ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT of the state of Montana in and (SEAL) SWANBEIMJ & SWANBERG, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 527-529 Ford Building, Great Falls. Montana Date of firat publication, Oct 2, 1987 FOB THE COUNTY OF CASCADE. SUMMONS TIIE STATE OF MONTANA Sends Crcctings to the Above Named Defen-(tions You are hereby summoned to answer j the complaint in this action which la i flled In the office of the Clerk of this DOHTHA M. PATTERSON, Plaintiff Vs CLAY 1. PATTERSON, Defendant. danta, and to Each of Them ; Court, a copy of which la herewith served upon one of you in each County where in any of you reside, and to file yonr answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiffs attorney within twenty days after the service of this Summons, ex clusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer. Judgment will be taken against you, by default for the relief demanded In the compaint. This Is an action for divorce brought upon the grounds of cruelty as defined by Section 5738 R.C.M. 1935 in that the defendant continually nagged and scolded pla.ntiff for more than one year prior to the filing of this com plaint. Witness my hand and the Seal of said Court this 21st day of September, 1937. GEORGE HARPER. Clerk By H. J. SKINNER. Deputy Clerk SWANBERG & SWANBERG, Attorney» for Plaintiff 527-529 Ford Building Great Fails. Montana. Date of first publication. Sept. 25, 1987 4x C0ULM00RE (Continued from Page One) an indication that the area is petroliferous. gas. Dr. Coulter states that the atruc ture is to he drilled Immediately but the name of the operators has not been revealed. The first well is to be drilled on land belonging to Dr. R. B. Durnin and Virgil Proctor of the Great Falls CUnk. The legal location of a remark able oil structure recently made by Denver geologists, Is In the north ern sector of Lewis and Clark coun ty, Montana; in townships 17. 18 and 19 North, Ranges 4 and 5 West. It lies about ten miles to Augusta from the north closure, and 16 miles north-west from Wolf Creek. It is about 90 minutes drive from both Great Falls and Helena over paved roads all the way, since Highway No. 33 bisects the struc ( Ure _ having Its locus directly upon the anticlinal axis for a distance of 15 miles Or more. Finds No Faults One can take the South Pork Sun River road leading west and south west from Augusta and continue I, drive completely around the per . , 1 fe,e Iphery of the outer structure fOT a distance of approximately 100 miles without observing a geologic h k r i n ,h e continuous dtp »reek or lapse m in© continuous aty of all strata directly awa> from tne central sector, at angles from 15 ... mnnh a« 4ft degrees There l ° 80 ^HGbfnI af,vrwbeW> are HO faulted conditions aiiywnere, except some slight deformations In the extreme southern portion, but hi h «ufficiSltlv covered in v " ruc ", are sumcienuy tovereu * the Montana Group series with a complete outer closure, Surface Is Colorado , , , _ „ The geologic high, or central 86C tor surrounding the anticline, found to be the top of the Colorado rL, ,v,e Montana inhale, the whole of the Montana Group from the Bearpaw, Judith, Claggett and Eagle having been e roded, leaving a perfect geologic record in these same series in re verse sequence, when observed out wardly from the central sector. There is abundant paleontological . , , n fh „ faosilired forms for evidence in 10 J™ 8 conclusive proof of both age ana series. The astre, mactra gracilis and baculites of the Bearpaw, the weed and Ostra sub trigonal is to sea (brackish water shell) of the Ju dith. The Palse-hedded Claggett tm fieri yin g ^he characteristic concre of the lower Judith, which In turn overlies the Eagle sandstone, t j, e series directly above , „ . ^ j «hale_that unmistak t(he Colorado ® hal€ ~ töa able, thick, formation which mu«t be penetrated by drilling to reach the underlying Kootenai and the prédominant oil aands. Is Perfect Structure Thus we find her© the complete with geologic columnar sequence, structural conditions perhaps a lit tie more perfeert than that main taining In the case of any oil flew of the west: Salt Creek, Elk Baa in. Lance. Big Muddy, Cut Bank. Kevin or any of the others. most remarkable What appears . a about this situation is the fact that this big structure has lain unnotic ed and undeveloped without a Sin gle teet well for 25 years since oil first known to exist in commer eastem was dal quantity along flank of the Cordllleran UpWft. Highway Down Anticline A .naved highway—No. 33, bisects this field and thousands of veteran oil operator«, geologists and teohni cians have driven directly over this structure, along the axis of the an tic Hn red nose. sented in the fact that three wells 2,060, 3.000 and 6,000 feet In depth all drilled outside of this pro nounced geologic yipllft, where, viewed from a strictly scientific angle—no oil could possibly have been expected to exist. The results of this drilling might have been easily anticipated—a failure, aside from' a little gas at several horizons, and even this gas may have been of, migratory origin from the nearby, structure. the which dû as prominent as a Another anomaly Is pre were Covers 80,00« Acres There are approximately 80.000 lying within the possible geo-; acres SHELBY ABSTRACT AND TITLE CO. ( Licenar Bonded Abrtractera SHELBY, MONTANA Raglan Shoulder Two-Tone SWEATERS $ 5 Camel shade soft duray cloth body and knit con trasting ahonders. Makes a good looking garment for early and sleeves i fall. Kaufman's 304 Central Jive. CURTAILS ITS I Continued from Pas* One) 'The ac'unJ policy of dividing the market will ponrtbly avert a crash of crude prices which undoubtedly would in turn wreck the etruggllng Canadian market. While Interna tional win make no new connec tions, the 50 per oent proratkra will prevent the accumulation of any great amount of distress oil In Kevin-sunburst field. CROTEAU COUNTY B> ( hnnteaa Coaaty Abettort Ca. IORT BENTON, MONTANA ROYALTY DEED I Trewartha to Thacker Bond ft Mortgage Co. 2 1-2 Int. In and to Oil ft Ga< I K)SE) 18-21-14 $1. ■a log: «U limits,*'with about 4 5,000 acre- on the geologic ''High", wherein oil pro or duct inn may very reasonably be ex pert .m to exist. Almost all of this latter artea ha» recently been taken under lease by a s'- ng outside independent group of iterators, and two dfliling sit**« have already been selected and, which are separated a distance of eight miles along crest. the anticlinal Masonic Home, Landowner Most of this land is held In large tracts by cattle and sheep men and hay ranches, prominent among whom arc Dr. R. B. Durnin and Mr. Proc tor ,.f the Great Falls Clinic, who wners of around 11,000 acres of tliis inside land; the W. C. Gll controlled by arc o leu- company, now Geo, Reader and Frank Bogart of Helena. The Masonic Home owns ten sections of Inside stuff on the main structure, Clarence Pollock and Pet interested with er Bergraff are holdings and a number of others. There is very little state land which is regarded as promising. The structure will be speedily de strong independent veloped by a group of operators, of long exper ience In the industry'. While they perhaps newcomers tana—they are not novices in the matter of petroleum production. to Mon arc IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA IN AND FOB THE COUNTY OF CASCADE. Plaintiff JOHN H. I .ARGENT, \ s MONTANA NATIONAL BANK, a corpo ration, NKLLIE M fit KAY, non eut valghn. „„ HENRY SCHKAMMECK, THE FRAN/ FALLS BREWING COMPANY, E. W. KELLY and B. B. KELLY as TOD ft JOHN G GEORGE JOHN SPENCER, M. FUUNELL. kelly, jambs strong, -ELLIS, JAMES C ADAMS. ST KELL, MARGARET SCHMIDT, ED WARD V. LARGENT, THOMAS BOSK and SARAH M. ROSE, hla wife. BERK LEY LARGENT. JOSEPH L. LARGENT, LEWIS & CLARKE COUNTY, a munici pal corporation, MATHEW CARROLL, MATHAN BELL. JOHN W. NIXON, WM. CL DOWNING, and-DOWNING hts Wife, JOHN B TRAXLEB. and all other piersous unknown, claiming or who might claim any right, title, estate or Interest in or Hen or encumbrance upon the real property described In the complaint or dny thereof adverse to plaintiffs owner ship, or any cloud upon plaintiffs title thereto, whether such claim or poselhle claim be present or contingent. Including any claim or possible claim of dower, In ofauate or accrued. Defendants. ALIAS SUMMONS THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GREETINGS to the above named defen dants and to each of them: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which la filed in the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, aud to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty GUft days after the service of this summons exclusive of the day of service; aud in case of your failure to upiiear or answer, judg ment will be taken against you by de fault for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action ia brought for the purpose of quieting title to the land situated in Cascade County, Montana aud described as follows: Lots Numbered Thirteen (13) Four teen (14) aud fifteen (15) in Block Numbered Nine (9) ; Lots Numbered One (1). Two (2> Three i3i aud Six (6) in Block Numbered Ten (lift; Lot» Five (5 ) Seven (7j Nine lift and Ten (10) and the East Half of Lot Num bered Eleven (Kill) In Block Numbered Ten (10) ; Lots Numbered Fifteen (IS) through and Including Lot Numbered Twenty-Elgbt (28) in Block Ten (1ft) Lots Numbered Five (5) Six (C) and Twenty-Nine (29) in Block Numbered Eleven (11) all lying and being in the original town or townsite of Sun River, Montana, according to the official •lat thereof now of record and of the County Clerk of Cascade County, mai» ou or file in the office and Recorder Montana, Lots Numbered Eleven to and In cluding Lot Numbered Seventeen ( 11 - 17) Lots Numbered Twenty-One and Including Lot Numbered Thirty (21-30) Lots Numbered Forty-One and Including Lot Numbered Fifty (41-uO) Lots Numbered Sixty-One , inclt * lln K Lot Numl»ercd Seventy (01-70) and Lota Numbered Eigbty One to and Including Lot Numl^red Ninety (81-90; and Lots Numbered One Hundred One and One Hundred Two all lying and being In John Lar gents Addition to the Town of Sun River. Cascade County. Montana; Lou Numbered Twelve to and In Lot X urn tiered Thirty-Nine (" J Uoek Four ft Lots Numbered One to and Including Lot Numbered Forty-nlne (1-49) In Block rive (o) of the Largeut and strong» Addition to the Town Sun River, Cascade County, Montana »aid lots being platted on the West Half of the Northwest Quar NWi«pi hc Kast Quarter (Wj in i 8K1 * ,? f ^ rt!on Thirty-Four (34) In Township Twenty-One (21; North Twcnfv^'-s) " e (1 ' Wemt - cont alnlng j Thf i y arrt ' H more or less and wi-, k"" 1 Quarter of the South- I Tw l i« E i»W)) of Section Twen r, f iBht v ,n Township rwenty-One North of Range One ll. West; The Northeast Quarter of! S^Kn 0rt ^? st Q ,,ar,er (NE)NE)) in Tvlnti (w' rt v T ? i32> Townrfhlp a? w«.?*i or . th Ran « e SS ÎPSSBI" ' 21 < M B.«. N 4 MEi) H *i f ?ï th ! ß " oU >«*»t Quarter ' NjSEj) Soutbwcat Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (8W)NB)) 0 f te?*®" ThlKy roar (34; in Township aT w«, M (21> * orth ot B *°* e WITNESS, my hand and seal of «aid (SEAL) 0 ** 14th d * ,r ot tSe ^ taab »r, 1937 to to to ..r One „ GEORGE HARPER Clerk of the Above entitled Court «n,. i' U>rk J - E HJlgard «W ANBERG ft SWANHEKO, a "^neys for PUlntlff, «27-5® Ford Bonding Oreat Fella Montana HW* ° f flr,t KuLBcnUon, Sept, ia u PONDERA COUNTY By Poadera Caaaty Abstract Co. CONRAD. MONTANA assignment of boyalt Chris« opher Hagen to Fred B Getty % oil and gas from ■ 1 NK)NE) 8, W)S\V) EiBBI SE) 4 W|NW) 1-8 of 1 NB) S 9-31-7. *1. GLACIER COUNTY By Olaeler Caaaty Abstract C». CUT BANK. MONTANA OIL A OAS LEASE Augnst Und berg snd Ida Lindberg, hi» wife to The Texas Company $10.00 lease* N)SK) 7N)SW) 8-35-5W., for 5 years: l-8th of oil and gas; well on said land on or before t year from 9.5 :57 Ir rental of »so.oo for six months. Steve Churl, single to lluglas Parker Vlnoo; NW) :#) 37-4VV. NE) 35-37 5 West for 5 years; i-sth of Ml and gas; well on land within 12 months of i;ay $1.00 per acre. ASSIGNMENTS OF ROYALTY Lula A Igiwlor and W. B. lloerr and Fred Turner RE)SW) of See. « 33-5 excepting from gas wel now lo f said 4ft «ere tract T.nla A Lawyer. \V. B. Hoe IT and it (itIt V lloerr tils Witte to A $950.01). 1% on SEJSW) See. 9-35-5 West exclusive of oil or gas from gas well now located In renter <«f said 4ft acres, Lola A. Law lor, W It. lloerr and It (it ti A lloerr his wife to C. Jensen $126.1X1. 12 of 1% on SBJSW J S.s- 9 . 33.5 West exclusive of nil or gas from gas well now located In center of said 4ft acres, Lula A. I-awlor W It lloerr and Ruth A. lloerr Ills wife to C. Jensen $925(X*, on S E J S W I Se<'. 9-33-5 West exclusive of oil or gas produced from gas well In eenler of said 4ft acre tract. Lula A. Lawior, W. B Hist and Ruth A. lloerr his wife to Arthur II Miller »250 («I |% ,,i, SE)8W) Sis- (l-Xi-ft West exclslve of oil or gas produced from gas well now- located In center of said 40 acre tract (' A Bower and Leonnette Bower bis wife: Albert Banter and Emma Hauler Ills wife; to Albert Sauter »100 3)e» royally N)SE)SWJ Sec. 25. Twp 33 N Rge ti West M. P. M. Texas Pacifie Coal ft Oil Co a corpo ration to K D I'ardis' 1|% over-rldlng NKl EJJW) 36.34 (1 West ASSIGNMENT OF OIL * OAS LEASE Ed and Mary M Reagan to W Waddell and W J Elizabeth W NEJNWi See 8 TPwp <'57 N Rge 5 West The Ohio 0(1 Company a corporation to K D Pardee »1.00 lease cxeenterl by Columbian Company eovorlng NE) E)W) Sec 25.'M-t)West ; subject to reservation of 2)% royalty by Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Co and 1)% to assignor. CONSOLIDATE LEASE A OPER ATING AGREEMENT Walter E People« and Marti™ Peoples his wife; Myrtle MsAffee; Jessie Paul and Robert Paul: T .1 Solium; I) H Sel lout his wife; W A Forl«es and Marie P Forties his wife lo Glacier Produc tion Company »I covers SW) 9 S)N) 9 NINE) 9 SIS) 4 NjNW) 9 NW) N)8W) SWINE) NWJSE) Sec 4 all In Twp 04 N It 5 Wewf. total acres: »Oft; royalties to he paid In proportion to amount of acreage held In each lease. ROYALTY OWNER'S CONSENT TO CONSOLIDATE IK A SK A OPER ATING AGREKMEN James L Humphrey, Elva M Humphrey his wife; Bart« and Rohleder. Inc. as to royalties to be paid from NR) 24-33-5W and N)NW) 8W)NW) NW)8W) 19 33 West hold under consolidated lease dated Mar. 1, 1937 recorded July 2«. 1987 at 1:10 p. m. RELEASE OF OIL A GAS LEASE Ruth A. lloerr Ids win t «5 IX) (X). West. iUffMl in o«*iiti*r on K Betsey Sccn-tan lease executed by Belke et al only a» the CLn. IMPORTANT NOTICE to TELEPHONE r SU 3 1 A CLn. QmphootuL TCbdhoeL of, fimdu/dnq. ( lfowt,JoIstphonjL SUL & A NEW Plan of rendering telephone bills will be put into effect in the near future which will provide a more efficient hilling and business office service to our customers. THERE IS NO CHANGE in the regular October 1st bill, which you will promptly, but please be sure to read the notice enclosed with your bill. It explains the new plan and tells you your new billing date. ONE IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE of the new plan will be that you will receive a bill with all charges and credits brought up to the date of the bill. receive Please Read the Notice Enclosed with your October 1st BUI 0 Ay e M THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. The Texas Company to William H Manney and Ruth Manney his wife, $1 Ix<t 4 8W)NW) Sec 2 Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, Sec. .1 Lot X, of Sec. 10 T 3« N B « West M. M , 100.92 acres TOOLE COUNTY By Shelby Abstract A Title Company SHELBY, MONTANA OIL AND GAS LEASER John C Kleblbauch et ux to Montana Oaa Corn 8* IT; NE) E)SE 18-37-X East 5 yr KTJpJ $400 Mary É Robbins to Mont Gas Corp 2 yr» 87)% W)NW) NB)NW) NW|NE) 19-37-1 East $1. Steve Cbnrl to Douglas Parker 5 yrs 87)% NW) 30-37-4W NE) 26-37-5W. »10 RELEASE OIL AND OAS LEASE Ann Sheridan Jeffrie» to Prank Hampel N)KE) 8W)NB| NWJ8EJ 0-34-SW ASSIGNMENTS O FOIL A GAS LEASE E C E11I» to John Jersey Miller 2 7-10 Int SENE 20 36-3 West. ASSIGNMENTS OF ROYALTY Win. Taylor to K M Martin 1 1-2.% Ntt'l 13-32-2W »1 K W OT.mighlin to T, S Elwell 1-4% O. It. E|NE 234 3W »1 I. Tiinôel et ux to Conrad Nil Bank » HO of I SWJ tbflB SW 1-2 of 1 S) 12-34-2W. 3-4 of 1 N)NE) 13-3» 2W 1-4 of 1 NK) 8 34-1W »1. Elmer I. Linwood elal to K. L Cobb 1% of K\r' EjSWj 1-35-3W. $1 I'M "lu K Peterson, Jr. to Vincent O ll'Brlen 18 of X SK1NW) NEiHWi 24 :n 2 W »in Isxurla* Parker to Wlarren Hasting» all lot XWJ 30-37-4W A»g. Uvaw »1 K O Klerk hoff to It Uriel) 3% W)E) SiNWj ;t av.tw. »i j.'l,y | | | ; MISCELLANEOUS Leas(> $900.tX) John C Klehlbam-h ««taux t" Montana Gas Corp E)NK N)S) 13-37-1 W; Lot 4 See. «; SW 7 NW 18-37 IE Agree »I Oft Win J O Halre Haller E*8K 17; NENK 20 35 2W Agree. Win J. O'llaire lo A 17-35-2 West to Wm ' Alcorn FALLON COUNTY By Fulton Connty Abstract Ca. HAKEK. MONTANA RELINQUISHMENT OF OIL AND GAS LEASE t'inities Co. ft Fid Montana Dakota Ga» Co I« Paul E Hubbard etnx Dated Oct, 25. 1935. Hook 14 Mica [»age Ifift S)NE) SK)SW) E)SWj NjSK) 8W)SE) s.-«- (!, «N (X)K SMALL HOW OF GAS BAKER—Milled & Kennedy, dril ling at Camp Creek, near the Mon tana-Dakota border, struck gas at 1300 feet. When the gas was light ed It burned several feet above the lop of the casing. It was an old well that was deepened from 1105 feet. JOSEPH S, IRWIN PETROLEUM GBOIXXJI8T Box 1316 CUT BANK, MONTANA 8026 Glencoe Road, Calgary, Alb.