Gage Dome activity remained at
a virtual standstill this week, with
no new wells started and with pro
duction of approximately 100 bar
rels daily recorded from the
Fishing is still in progress for 30
feet of stuck tubing in the discov
ery well, Carter-Northern
nance-Morm No. 1.
The field's most recent compte^
tion, Northern Ordance-L. T.
ris A-l, has been acidized several
times and Is standing with hole
full' of oil, to be swabbed.
The full field report:
CARTER-NORTHERN ORDNANCE MOB
BIB MO. t—(DISCOVERY WELL)
C BWIl 8WH 15-9N-28E
swabbed 16 gals oil 4 gsds, water hourly
T. D„ 6100. P. B. to 6020. Acidised 3,000
gals. Swabbed 200 bbl* oil, 40 bbi
water after acid. Flowed by heads.
P.B., 5988. Fishing for 30 feet of stuck
tubing and string of fishing tools.
25 bbls. on initial test; at 6071
NORTHERN ORDNANCE- DARB NO .1—
C SB NE 14-9N-26E
1120-43; flowed 358 tabla, first
24 hours from Amedeo, topped
Flowed 166 bbls. dally through Vi
NORTHERN-ORD^L. T. MORRIS B-l
C SW NW 13-9N-26E
Spudded 2-19-44; Amsden topped, 6091.
T. D.. 6200. P. B. 6180. Testing. Acidized.
3,000 gals. Swabbed oil and water.
NOR. OBD.-L. T. MORR» B-I
C NW SE 18-9N-26E
Spudded 4-13-44; cementing, 6141. Top
Amsden, 6183. D. 8. T. recovered 1100
feet of oil in 1H hours,
testing. Swabbing mostly
NOR. OBD-OVBBEND * QUINNELL
C NW NW 22-9N-26E
Top Amsden, 8008. T. D., 6025. Filled
3,000 feet of oil to 12 hours. Flowed 2
heads. Has 5300 feet of fluid In bole,
mostly water. Attempting shut off water.
NORTHBBN-OBD.-L. T. MORRIS A-Ï
C SW NE 15-9N-26B
Spudded 4-1-44; top Amsden, 5893. T. D.,
3950. Acidized 1000 gals. Flowed 24S
bbls first 2 hours through Vlnch choke.
Flowed 183 bbls. next 8 hours through
3/16-lnch choke. Shut-In pressure. 750
pounds. Flowing 23 Mils. hr.
NOR. ORD.-L B. STALEY 1-3»«
C SW NW 30-9N-27E
NOR. OBD.-DARB NO. Z—
C SE 8E 14-9N-26E
Pipe set. 6077. Top Amsden,
Swabbed water only. P. B. to 5850.
ing. Making 9 bbls. water and oil colors.
Rotary moved off.
NOR. ORD.-DARB NO. 3
C SW NE 14-BN-28E
Spudded 6-22-44. T. D., 6031. Top Ams
den, 6028. Flowed 471 bbls. oil, 24
Well went dead. Swabbed 318
through tubing. Installing pump.
NOR. ORD.-L. T. MORRIS NO. 2
NOR. OBD.-L. T. MORRIS A. NO. 1
C SE NE 15-9N-26E
Spudded 5-27-44: Amsden topped.
Show of oil acidized. Hole fuli of i
NOR. OBD.-CARL HOLD NO. 1—
C SW NW 14-8-26E
NOB. ORDcCARL HOLD NO. 2—
C SE NW 14-9N-26E
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(Write, Phone or Wire, Collect)
MOON AGENCY, INC.
Head Office: Great Falls, Mont. Phone 6858
By Fondai» Oetasty AMnd Oa.
OIL AND GAS LEASES
Paul Mancoronel. et ux, to The Texas
Co., lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, s ne *e nw
e nr, w se 6, lot 3. ne sw 7-27-4w; e se 1.
w ne, e nw, n se 12-27-öw.
Barbara Morlu to same, n se 13-28-Sw.
H. W. Conrad, et ux, to sa me, a e 5-28-le.
OIL AkD GAS LEASES
C. O. Oatrom, administrator of estate of
Mattie J. Barnes, to The Carter Oil Co., sw
Edward Price and David Owen Price to
The Texas Co., w ne. e nw. lots 1 and 2,
7-27-4W and land In Teton county.
Edward Price to same, se 7, n ne, se ne
F. Nlgg, et ux, to same, nw, w
ne, nw se 12-283 w.
Simon Merits, et ux, to same, s nw 17
FALLON COUNTY TRANSFERS
By Fallon Ootnrty Abstract Company
John Wight to Frederick W. Bahl, as
signing une uvlded H of 1% royalty Inter
est In ne. s, e nw, w nw sec 24-12n 56e
Best defense of secrec
eminent financial deals
heard recently came from Secretary
Ickes, defending his Saudi Arabian
pipeline- proposal in an off-the
record speech to the petroleum In
"After all, gentlemen," barked the
irritated Ickes, "most of the things
that are conceived in this world are
conceived In privacy."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Conrad Pfluger, Deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the
dersigned Edla Pfluger, Executrix of
Estate of Conrad Pfluger, Deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having claims
against the said Deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within four
(4) months after the first publication of
this notice, to the said Executrix at the
office of R. K. West, 305-306 First NaUonal
Bank Building, Great Falls, Montana, the
same being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate In the County
Dated Great Falls, Montana, August 16,
11 ; I
Executrix of the Estate of
Conrad Pfluger, Deceased.
R. K. WEST.
Attorney for Executrix,
306-306 First NaUonal Bank Bldg.,
Great Falls, Montana.
Date of first publication Aug. 19, 1944.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Irene Elizabeth Hammer, De
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the un
dersigned Anton Hammer, Administrator
of the Estate of Irene Elizabeth Hammer,
Deceased, to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said De
ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary
rs, within four months after the
first publlcaUon of this noUce, to the said
Administrator at 332 Ford Building, Great
Falls, Montana, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business or said
estate in the County of Cascade.
Dated August 9, 1944.
Irene Elizabeth Hammer.
Great Falls, Montana,
Date of first publlcaUon Aug. 19, 1944.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OP
STOC KHOIDBM, THVROTON COMP AN T
.Nottot to hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of this rorpo
ration It railed to be held at the office of
the corporation. 415 First Avenue North.
Great Falla, Montana, on September
1M4, at 4 o'clock P. H. for the purpose
of considering a proposal that thU Cbm
exchange certain of lu assets for
held by W. M. Thurston together
his agreement to assume certain 11a
bill ties of tela Company. The asset and
liability accounts which are to be Involved
in this transaction are as follows
Gasoline, Oils and Greases Inventory
Notes Payable to Banks
Notes Payable to Others
Reserve for Repossession
The amount of money Involved will be
determined by the balances of the above
accounts as shown on the Company's fi
nancial statement for September 30. 1944.
This meeting Is also being called for the
transaction of such other business In con
nection with the above exchange, that may
be necessary or desirable.
Date of first publication Sept, 2, 1944.
In the District Ceart of the Eighth Judicial
District of the State of Montons, ta and
for the Cou nty o f Cascade.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
SARAH E. AUSTIN, Deceased
THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS
RUTH AUSTIN JOHNSON, DORIS G.
TENNEY and J. LOWELL 0
three beneficiaries under the
testament of the said Sarah E. Austin,
Deceased, and the trust thereby created,
and to each of them:
You and each of you are hereby cited to
be and appear before the above named
District Court, Department No. 1 thereof,
at the City of Great Falls. Montana, and
at the county courthouse of Cascade Coun
ty, Montana, on Wednesday, October 4th,
1944, at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. then and
there to show cause. If any you have, why
the Eighth Account of Messrs. M. M.
Moore and H. Mattson, the duly appot
regularly qualified and acting Tru
under the will of the said deceased, and
the trust estate thereby created, filed here
in on August 2, 1944, should not be al
Dated this 2nd day of August, 1944.
Date of first publlcaUon Aug. 6, 1944. 4x
Home Oil & Refining Co.
* Motor gasolines
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Refinery & General Offices: Great Falk, Mont
la the IMetrtet Coart of the Eighth Jadtotal
HEUEN GRACE BURCH, Plaintiff, vs
LEMUEL O BURCH, Mandant.
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sands
I eatings » Itoa Above Named Defendants
and to Each of Them:
in tha office
copy of which Is herewith served upon one
of you In each County wherein any of you
reside, and to file your answer end serve
a copy thereof upon tha ptalnUffs attor
ney within twenty days after the service
of this Summons, exclusive of the day of
service, and In case of your failure to ap
peau* or answer, Judgment will be taken
against you. by default, for the relief de
manded In the complaint. ThU action U
brought for the purpose of obtaining an
absolute divorce from defendant on the
following grounds: That between February
15, 1944, and May 1. 1944. at a place or
plaça» unknown to plaintiff, defendant
committed adultery with some person or
persons unknown to plaintiff. Further, de
fendant U guilty of extreme cruelty toward
plaintiff In that between the above dates
defendant knowingly transmitted to plain
tiff a venereal disease; to-wtl; gonorrhea;
plaintiff prays judgment tor an absolute
divorce and for general relief: and for all
of which more fully appears in plaintiffs
verified Complaint, filed In this action,
particular reference to which U hereby
Witness my hand and the Seal of said
Court this 17th day of August, 1944.
BY H J, SKINNEB.
R. K WEST,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
305-306 First National Bank Bldg.,
Great Falls, Montana.
Date of first publication Aug. 19, 1944
hereby summoned to
at In this action which
U f iled
of the Clerk of this Court, a
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