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Oil Trade Notes
Of Interest to Refiners and Marketers
GAHOUNR PRICES AT HIGHER LEVEL
Retail prices of gasoline averaged 13.69c per gallon on June 1, as
compared with 13.11c on May 1, and 12.66c on June 1, 1940, according
to reports from 50 cities received by the American Petroleum Institute.
Gasoline taxes also were higher, averaging 5.95c per gallon as against
6.02c per gallon on May 1, and 5.42c per gallon on June 1, 1940.
These taxes increased the cost of gasoline to the customer to an
average of 19.64c iper gallon on June 1, as against 19.03c a month be
fore, and 18.08c a year before.
Gasoline taxes now increase costs to consumers by more than 43
per cent.
Marshall Haines, formerly of Great Falls and lately branch manager
of the California Company at Billings, has,left that position to enter
military service as a memfber of the Reserve Officers Association,
passed through Great Falls en route to Spokane.
He
Ralph Olson of Conrad Is operating the Rainbow servSce station at
Shelby, operated for the last year by Paul Clark.
WILL ACIDIZE
C>oe»
tifier be washed down, after un
loading the mud.
quire two and posafbly three days,
after which a test will be made
to determine whether free oil will
into the hole, through the
coaling of rotary mud.
4166.
i Conti amyd from
This will re
ccme
The hole
An acid shot of from 3000 to
4000 gallons may be applied. This
is the largest section that has been
acidized in a north Montana well.
Tubing will be run and a packer
set.
water instead of oil
that has been successfully used in
Kevin field In recent months. Mon
The hole will be loaded with
a practice
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We Welcome
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Opportunity, to •Serve
The telephone job in national defense is bigger than
before. That applies lo the Army and the Navy
ever
in their plans for expansion—it applies to indus»
try which turns to the telephone for speed of com
munication in its task of production.
We welcome the opportunity to serve. Trained and
experienced men and women—8,300 of them in this
Company and over 340,000 in the Bell System are
working with management to get each job done at
the right time. Every employee appreciate* his or
her part in the living tradition that i* the telephone
business—"The message get* through at all time*
and under all circumstances—the job get* done a*
scheduled.
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The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Buy Montana Products!
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acid.
In laboratory tests the various
samples of the rotary core showed
that it is from 40 to 76 per cent
soluble In hydrochloric acid.
According to Irvine Stewart, ge
ologist for Yale OH corporation,
the saturated formation corresponds
to the Rannatyne sand of Banna
tyne oil field, except that it con
tains more lime. It is a sandy
lime rather than a pure lime, ae
at Bannatyne.
M(HIRE 'S BROTHER PASSES
WASHINGTON. — Dr. Blaine F.
Moore, 61, tax expert of the United
States Chamber of Commerce, died
here. He is survived by his widow,
a brother. Stanley R. Moore, of
Wilborn, Mont., and two sisters.
FINE STATION AT POPLAR
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Here is a photograph of one of Poplar's finest filling 1
stations, owned by Peter Mae of Poplar. It is known as the i
Fort Peck Sendee Station, and includes six modern tourist
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cabins at the rear. The cabins are as fine as will be found
anvivhere with tub baths and sluneers and modern equipment
throughout. Hus station ts located on A o. 2 highway. Moc
handies Socony-Vacuutn products in this as well as his Haxre \
and Malta stations.
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MONTANA MAY
(Continued from Page One)
H. Earl
Frank
Refining Co., of Shelby;
Clack, marketer, of Havre;
Bird of Glacier Production Co., of
Butte; and W. E, Rice of Rice Oil
Co. and J. C. Peters of Resolute
Oli Co., and E. B. Coolldge of
Hardrock Oil Go., of Great Falls.
McCabe, Cobb, Black, Peters and
Coolldge left Immediately and oth
ers were planning to attend.
While the defense problem In oil
rests largely in the matter of trans
portation along the Atlantic coast,
Montana may figure in the general
scheme by furnishing more crude
to Canadian refiners, relieving the
tank car situation In the Midcon
The Montana representa
tinent.
tives were armed with data on the
amount of oil which Montana can
supply.
There was talk of the appoint
ment of a Montana co-ordinator or
a state committee but there is no
reason to expect, the Montana rep
resentatives agreed,
would be any curtailment in the
use of refined products in Mon
tana or any of the western states.
Further curtailment of West Coast
tanker service might necessitate the
shipment by tank car of Montana
refined products to Puget Sound,
it was stated, and it became known
that one major marketer Is dis
placing California
products of the In
finery at Spokane In the eastern
part of Washington. The entire
program thus far has resulted only
in Increasing the market fbr re
fined products, and as all refiner
ies are operating at capacity it Is
affording but little increased de
mand for crude, of which Montana
could produce an additional 2.0U0
barrels per day.
that there
gasoline with
nland EJmpire re
MEET THE WIFE
(Continued from Pax* One)
thing 1 ever had, including iny
friends."
Mrs. Parrent smiled and
said:
but I think I'll see it through
with you."
And so Parrent went out
next day and began trading
leases and royalties for the
things he needed— a sand line,
some rasing, some tools and
some groceries, paying a ter
rific price, in view of the pres
ent worth of those leases and
royalties. He finished up a
hole that was twice "junked"
and while the sand was pene
trated with tools only slightly
larger than a lead pencil—in
side 8-inch line pipe in place
of casing—he has a commet-,
cial producer.
And now he is beginning to
be called
friends.
"Thanks, Mr. Parrent,
lucky
by his
WE INVITE OUR MANY
OIL FIELDS FRIENDS
to enjoy a real
SOUTHERN CHICKEN
DINNER
with us at the
CAROLINA PINES
420 H First Avenne Bo.
Private Dining rooms. Radios.
Fans
Ton'll come again and see
your friends
Mr. and Mrs. Blakemore
BAKER WELL
DELAYED BY
FISHING JOB
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and
This
throughout Montana during the past
week, headed by Carter Oil com
pany's deep test on Cedar Creek
anticline. which successfully ;
lost tools
5820. to 5835 and
Delays marked wildcat operations
recovered
drilled from
is now going in with a basket to
recover junk in the hole,
well is due to reach the first prob
able producing horizon at around
6500 feet.
Dunkirk Structure
Southeast of Kevin field. Dun
kirk Adventure-McKechnle No. 1,
NW SW *4 SB»4 2-31N-1W. is drill
ing in the Madison lime at 1784,
looking for a "break.'' » Contact
at 1750-55 was dry.
HayKtack Butte
In the Sweetgrass Hills, Montana.
Dakota Utillties-Oswood No. 1, on
Haystack Butte structure, in C NE *4
SVVU 18-35-4E, is drilling at 1800
feet, approaching the top of the
Kootenai.
Flathead Basin
1 Hoerr-Jensen-Sherlff No. 1. NW*4
NW 44 »4-30-21W, near Whlteflsh,
is drilling at 315 feet.
ICKES SHIFTS OIL
TANKERS SERVICE
WASHINGTON.—In his first pos
itive action to pul more oil into
the east, threatened by a petroleum
famine. Secretary Ickes announced
a rearrangement of a ship tanker
service to increase the Atlantic
coast supply by 210 , 000,000 gallons
annually.
After conferences with officials
of the Sun Oil Oo. and the Stand
ard Oil Oo. of California, Ickes,
who Is defense petroleum co-ordl
nator, announced he had made rec
ommendations whereby three huge
I tankers now engaged on routes be
tween California and east coast
; ports would be switched to runs
j from Gulf ports to the east coast.
The co-ordinator emipbagltzed,
j however, that this increase in the
! east coast supply did not greatly
! lessen the dangers of a prospective
shortage in that populous area,
where he has said restrictions on
civilian use of automobiles appear
ed "Inevitable."
SUCCESS STORY
(Continued from Pag« On«)
reserves, and Cobb was desirous
{of an opportunity lo increase bis
production and he this week com
pleted negotiation« for the pur
chase of the Home refinery at
Great Falls, together with the Pon
dera properties of Rice Oil com
pany.
This latest transaction Is yeport
ed . to represent an investment of
more than a million dollars.
Cobb's financial backer at the
begUnning was Dr. C. W. Jeffrey
of Rawlins, Wyo., and Cobb has
continued that partnership through
out his operations, making a for
tune for Dr. Jeffrey as well as
for himself.
TOOLE COUNTY
Tool* ('minty Abstract CMpHf
All EI.BV. MONTANA
ASSIGNMENT OP KOYAI.TV
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l*r««lurlnB Co. to
Kir»: l'Iule Hank. .Mu-lhy, Mum,, K1NW4
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rue f.il low! » b i'-a.e. Blvt-n lo Sarah K
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L. II. Turner to Montana l«ak.«« I 'till -
tl.-a Cu.. S4.SW4 3. XIX W4 10. SW4SW4
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OIL AN» GAS LEAHE
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Helen Oelat Hamden NAVI 12-.33-2W
I'byilta It. Srolt, EJWJ 24 34 3W
AM«* Steven, 8 JSWJ HE4 WJXE 4 .38 i
,; n„s- K. Turtle. 8 W 4 1 . EJNW} 12
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Helen Gel«t llanxleii. SJNJ
Arnulil I.In,1er, S J N E 4 « • , n-2W
Helen (J.-lat Hamden, NE| 8.33 2W
KfMth I*. Holme«. SE 4 SW 4 SW4SKJ 22,
WJK4 KISK 4 21-33-3AV
R«nl«en (J. Linder. NWJ NJNK4 6-33
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I'ntbieb Oil A Uef. Co., E| 20 33-2W
I'otlaeh Oil A Kef. Co.. EJ 20.'«2W
.lame« Laiiritsen. W
K. 8 . ilnti-hinaon,
18- 34-1E
U. S. HutehlnRon, et al, irnatee«. SW 4
18 34-1 W
R. 8 . Hutehinaon, et «1. trual«^». NW 4
I.3.34 1W
K 8 . Hutehlnnon, et al. trustee», NE1
13-34-1W
Italpli ( 'lay |i<ml, SK4 24 . 34-1 W
Kalph ( lay pool, N EJ 21-34-lW
John W. Hrmlertek, 8W4 3. WJ WJ 8
32- 1W *
Margaret C. Broderick, SW J 18, NWJ 1
19- S2-1W
Hertha M. Blaekér. 8 JNW 4 8W1NE4
NWJSWJ 28-33-IW
Herflia M. Blacker, EJHWJ WJSE} 28
33- 1W •
JoM-phin,* Haaqnot, EJNEJ 8E1 SJ 8 WJ
82-34-1W
John Haaquet. SWJSEJ 29, WJNK1 NW1
XKJ 8 WJ 32 34-1W
Louis 1*. Iinnovai). EJ 31-34-XW
May (HI, »on. NJNBJ Ej NWJ S-331E 1
Pot lac h Oil & Kef. Co.. NJ S-3B-1E 1
Pot la eh ou A Kef Co., EJ 32-34-liR |
May (iliiMin, SJ 2»-341K
Xlay Giltaon, SJNKJ NJSEJ 8-33 IE
Christ Volk. KJ 30 34 IE
Elmer I Minim m, SWj 5. HK J B-.33JK
The following; lea«,-» to K, C, lia U.
trustee, li» the following named lewo.r» :
I- rank Henry, 4900 acres In Twp, 33N.
Range ,3K
.Tamea II. Park, SK|SKJ 23, NEJ El
* •••• HWJSWJ 23 .T, 3K * *
XVI« P. Hveum. HWJHEJ |,3. NJNEJ
E4WJ 8-33-SW
trustee«, NWJ
OIL LEASES AVAILABLE
We have 926 acres in six separate tracts ln Twp. 36N. Rg. 3W, in
close proximity to the Parrent discovery well on the Border nose;
also 840 acres In eight tracts in Twp. 34N. Rg. 2W, open for leas
ing and development by responsible operator.
Enquire,
TRUSTEES, SYNDICATE 19
P. O. BOX 271
GREAT FAIJ», MONT.
OPPORTUNITIES
Herein are listed
of the bent bargains to be
todny in Montana's OO Fields and Mining Districts. In this
column are found the items that escape the caaunl render—
Rates; 28c per line— « Average Words to Line.
Enclose cash with order, to
publication ta next
OIL
FOR SALE— OU refinery and Boing con
cern In a proaperoua community, small
red. Warner Oil Refinery.
capital renal
Warner. Alberta.
OPERATORS and geologist« may avail
themaelvet of the use of the Montana
Oil and Mining Journals geological
library, which baa the largest collec
tlon extant of Ü. 8. (1. 8., State and
private reports on Montana oil and
mining geology. Since many of these
report« are ont of print, copies wilt
be furnished of reports, together with
mai», on a moderate folio charge
through the Supply Department. Mon
tana Oil and Mining Journal, First
National Bank Building, Great Falla,
Montana.
Maps, plat«, lease«, contracta cooled
by photo offaet or
vonr problem. The
Falls. Mont.
photostat Write us
Mailing 8 hop. Great
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FOR RALE— 2% landowners royalty on
4SE1 2». NE4. NJNJ8EJ Sec. 32-»N
«W. 240 acres. Cnt Bank oil field, *2800
Write owner. P. O. Box 378, Great
Falls, Montana.
SK
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FOR SALE—Oil A Gas Leases and Royal
m ties In the vicinity of the Canter OU
Company well in the Cedar Creek An
ticline, Eastern Montana. P. O. Box
1318. Billing«, Montana. 6 21 x
SWJNEJ E|\WJ 34-35-3K
John E. OawooA. BJSKJ 8EJNBJ 13
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MerrhanN Tru«t Co.. SWJSWJ SWl
WJSKJ HKJREJ 24 .35-.3E
Kmwt Heffner, KJXWJ SWJNEl NEJ
Btt'l 12-.38-:iK
Chart«-« II. Itaker, SJSWJ 13. SVJSWJ
24. NBJ NEJSEJ 23 3.V.3E
GLACIER COUNTY
By Obrhr C»«»ty Ah.tr»«« Cm
OUI BAX K, MONTANA
assignment or royalty
Arthur KateU-y. <-t n* to Itetvy Ann
K«*««|>. 20 «Y SWJNEJ XK4-XK4
I.nolle L l-eder. SW 4M-4
Sam.- t
X K 4 N E 4 11 34-«
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..f EJ8W4 27. X K J X \V 4 XWJNKJ 34
33-3
amendment ok on. anb gas lease
. 1 ill» A. Miller. «I »1. 1
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asmonmknt ok on. ami
GAS I.EASE
lle-nlllirbi on Co. to Arthur
s«nr* Rita
US, term of
from Auk. 11. 1940
nil A Gas
lease extended
PARTIAL
Montana
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in K 7J". oil A
ASSIGNMENTS
eodsleln «« Am«*r|o«n rip«' *
«., To Arthur Kaleley A r A
lrnn drilling coelrart. Ilk 3 of
I>OT NO «rani. Ilk 3
1(134-6
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IIk 3. I B 322 nn.l Hoc No 4*WT7.
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Arthur Kil.ln A- K A Keup to Knlon
Rank A Tru.l Co.. a«.lBM« Int. In drill
in-.' «-oMtra.-r, Ilk 3
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KK1 8 <-<- 113441
>f Mine. pB 322. i-ov
1 SK4 Se<- It, SJNK4 SWt
FALLON COUNTY
n> Foil«» rm.iT *i»'"«h r»
nvNKN Movrava
Itl.kVKK.T RELEASE 4>K OIL AND GAS
LEASES
HI., I ; mil. le Gulf on c:«« c<> In w R.
et itv el «1, 41-8-41. AV R Croahy,
s« vi l s|X'AV4 2« « 30: »«'phlR Knaitfr.
Ni 34 « 3»; KI1« Km«», SEI 30-8-«»; It«
Voiinz. WINK! S4NAV4 S4 32 «•
Mi : N. K la»-. W) 24 3 »; C. L. White,
\-j J. JI Her«*«tr»m NRI 2« 3
n „.| Ki k EJNW1 W 4 NKI ». S4NW4
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Oll, AN» GAS I.EASE
The Carter OH Co .
Iain. 12, 13.
Kallon 4'nuuty I
«■3 41 f 1 : term 10 veura
11. 13. 1«. 17, IS, Hlk 11. Lot 4, .3. Hlk
11 center V. feet laM 7. 8: lant* 4. 8.
Hlk 12: Lota ». 10. 11, 12. Hlk 14; Lola
4 3. «. Hlk 1«: la«t 8. Hlk 23: all Mil»
.« .1.1,1 »0 Hiker: lair- in. 11 . 12 . 13. 14.
13 1« 17. 18 10 Hlk IS: I art a 1. 2. Hlk
4.3: Mil«« 4th «dll tinker: I art* 4. 6, 7.
8 Hlk l; latte 11 12. 13. 14, Hlk 3:
iJatke.I.V s.1,1 tinker: lait 8, Hlk 1.3 Mor
rl» 2ml mM Haker- Lot 7. Hlk 14: Ia>l»
2 12 Hlk 1«: las 4. Hlk 17, SavaBe
n>l,l linker
SEND A CONTRIBUTION TO
THE SUNBURST BADGER
RAY A. FRETZ
CERTIFIED PKB1.IO ACCOUNTANT
GENERAL PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
OIL — MINING — TAX MATTOM
PHONE 88BB
41« First National Bank BalMlng
GREAT FALLA, MONTANA
E. BYERS EMRICK
CONSULTING GEOLOGIST
OIL—NATURAL OAA
Reports. Appraisal«
1 of Baaarvaa
Eliminations,
Estimates
BHmdIc Bamyi
On It Ad BUtm tad Canada
OCfl,
Phoaa
CONRAD
MONTANA
Baal dene«
Phone 188
FREDRICK a PLATT
MINING KNOINEKB
PETROLEUM
Geology—Lease Management
MINING
MONTANA
.SHELBY,
RKK1NBRY—Iflo bhl. toppliyr plant, aerv
1<v- station and bulk plant combined.
Ix»at«*<l on f. 8. »3 nt Poison. Forced
»ate. Wire or «-rite T. R. Delaney, at
torne y, Poison, Montana.
0 - 21 -a
FOR SALK—10J acre ranch of rich Co
lombia river bottom land. All In high
stale cultivation. Five minute« from
Rainier on paved highway,
modern 5-room house, red hi
Farm electrically lighted,
chard, small t fruits, lawn.
Hchool hu«, milk and mall route dally.
Mild climate, beautiful river view. Much
employment near by. Price *3700, half
down. Karl Broder, Rainier, Oregon.
6-U-d
White
arn, etc.
Family or
an rn ha.
MISCELLANEOUS
Geological reporta copied or
co graphed—maps.
Montana Oil and
Fall*. Montana.
raprod oced. Box BM.
Mining Journal, Great
CAPITAL SEEKERS—Pnt
before 260 Key men.
DetaUa free. ÂM8TXK
Fox Theatre B «sliding, Detroit Mlchl
9-94-4*
year projaet
Coat trifling.
LBONARD
FOR RALE—Mining CTabna, New World
Mining District, Cooke Ctty. Montana,
beautifully located, ample running wa
ter. P. O. Box 131*. Billing«, Mon
tana. « 21-1

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