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Active Montana Wildcats KLACKTAn. struotukb A. B. Cobb-Allotte 223 No. 1 NE NWK NW% 4-29N-8W CLARKS FORK Northern Ordaanee-Qovt. No. 1 C NW* NWK 25-98-22E CONRAD BU TT S Tarrant McCracken No. 1 C 8EK NWK 12-29-1W Testing 5122 * Shat down, 4280 Rig np BAST BRIDGES, Alex Beaton No. 1 8E% SB* 23 68-23E 1785 HAGAN STRUCTURE Pulton-PiJan A1 8765 No. 1 NE NEK 8EK 9 31-7W HARLO STRUCTURE—Wheatland County Mid-Montana-Young No. 1 C NWK NEK 18-7N-18E HXNOHAM Hingham Hobson Flink No. 1 NE 8EK NWK 25-33N-10E MIDWAY STRUCTURE Tarrant-Wood No. 1 C NEK NWK 32-28-1W Tarrant-DeSteffenay No. 1 C NWK NEK 80-28-1W Tarrant Richardson No. 1 8W 8W V* NWVi 28-27-1W Hageman-Pond-Rispin No. 1 8E 8EK NWK 20-28-1W MISSION DOME Intermonntain States-Bufgees No. 1 BE 8WK NW% 28-28-11E Security Petroleum -Weels No. 1 8E 8EK 8WK 20-28-11E SAGE CREEK STRUCTURE Smith-Onliek-Sorrenson-Smith No. 1 0 NE* NWK 22-37N-7E SEVEN-MILE STRUCTURE—CARTER COUNTY Dickerson-Fee No. 1 8E NEK SWK 8-98-61E (Northern Ordnance-Carter wells given in separate column.) Drilling 180 Drilling 1410 Drilling 1185 2265 OU 1624 Drilling 455 Big 1785 400 Drilling 8780 DrilUng 1200 Oil Trade Notes Garages and service stations have been relieved of the necessity of paying a transportation tax on charges made for towing wrecked or disabled automobiles under Bureau of Internal Revenue ruling just issued. • # # PAW administrative order No. l2, replacing WPB M-68-c, has been issued with the same restrictions on bulk plants except that construction up to $500 material costs is permissible for any one complete addition. Ml MIAU MUK NTT»* IMS few* » - mti irw l fit! 72,742 12$JN 2.W I M m i ■ •» I LEND-LEASE FOOD EXPORTS IN RELATION TO SUPPLY t « 1 . 3 IS« OWI ; i II fmtsmtf 190% UM IMS npirts« 14* 0.7« 4.5» 6i« 4,212 1« 10*« 7 HI 741 **■* rrr BETTER GASOLINE FOR BETTER MOTORSl Polymer Gasoline ff/j gasoils* Is ca«fa% Bowlwlhd fatss dm Mg Wort's ses powor and pick-up— OO BIG WEST! BIG WEST OIL CO. OF MONTANA Kevin, Montana Call Kevin 40 I « gy u Ä, . ... Î J>OAf MS O»*' v-4ro Pipeline Rims Are Close to Rote of PAW Recommendation Pipeline runs in Montana oil fields reached a peak of 35,000 barrels per day daring the last three days of June, according to Oil Conservation Board' figures. The June average was only 21,853 bbl. of oil which with naphtha production brought the state total daily MONTANA ACID COMPANY Established 1933 KEVIN SHELBY License« Dowell Chemical Co. If it's TEXACO THEN YOU KNOW IT'S A RELIABLE PRODUCT OF HIGH GRADE UNIFORM QUALITY TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Pale Oils Blade Oll« Red Oils Floor Oils Waxes Asphalts Road Oils Asphalt Cement Pipe Coating Roofing Roofing Paper Roofing Cement Insulated Texaco Motor Oils Insulated Havoline Motor Oils Engine Oils Signal Oils Dynamo Oils Machine Oils Cylinder Oils Cylinder Stocks Car Oils Greases Cup Greases Gear Greases Gear Lubricants Axle Grease Wire Rope Lubricants A LEADER IN EVERY FIELD Fire-Chief Gasolin» Sky-Chief Gasoline Ker o s ene Fuel Otis Bunker Otis Diesel Otis Miners'Otis Gas Otis Distillates Spindle Oils THE TEXAS COMPANY SUNBURST, MONTANA Producers of Gasoline from Montana Crude Exchuriveiy Office* in AU Principal Otic* average to around 22,000 bbl. per day. Cut Bank averaged 14,909; Kevin, 5, 430; Cat Creek, 312; Dry Creek, 247; Border, 80; Pondera, 597 and all others, 168 bbl. per day. Runs for the week ended July 11 were 21,557 which plus the naphtha output brought the total close to the state's allowable of 21, 800 bbl. per day. It is highly probable that June production will exceed the rate recommended by PAW but there will be no effort at curtailment.