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(Continued From Pag« I) SUnoUnd-L'nlt No. 0 NE NE NW 1-47N-100W Shut down. ' rigood^loBW SWNWNK No. 1 7-49N-99W Plugged and abandoned, MU. Lost Soldier— (Sweetwater Connty) Sharplee-Government No, I NW NE NW I4-36N-90W Drilling, 3200. Lysite— (Fremont County) * GM-Oovt No. 1 NE NE SW 21-42N-92W Materials. Mahoney Dome (Carbon Connty) Slndalr-Mahoney < CNH 34-26N-88 Drilling. 2001. Maverick Springs— (Fremont Connty) C-7 v. SE NW14 SE14 16-6N-1W Pumping to test at 8328. Mush Creek— (Weston Connty) Western OU A Gas No. 1 C NW14 8E14 34-44N-62W Drilling 3800. North Alkcdi Dome— (Big Horn Connty) Yale Oil Cora. Mary Carter NW SE 14 NE 14 SS-55N-96W Repairing rig, 2860, North Hiawatha No. i (Sweetwater Connty) VennUUon-Govt. No. 1 C NE NE 6-12N-99W Drilling, 3360. Notches Dome (Natrona Connty) Trigood-Govenuaeot No. 5 NE SW SW 3-37N-85W Drilling, 2450. Oil Mountain Field (Natrona Connty) Tcxaco-Clark No. I NE NE SW 35-33N-82W Drilling. 1048. Oregon Basin— (Park Connty) Kirk-Dry Creek NE NW SW 9-60N-100W ? I Drilling, 160. Ohlo-BastOD B. NW BW SE 5-50-100 T.D.. 4049; P.B., 3930. Ohlo-Caster Pet. No, 10 NE 14 SWH SWH 82-52N-100 T.D., 4112. P.B., 3402. Testing. Ohio-Lady NWNfi No. 14 NE 81-51-100 Spudded. Ohio- Hallen* No. 5 NW SW SW 29-51-100 T.D., 4491. P.B., 3602. ObhvLaTOnder No IS NW SE SE 80-61-100 T.D., 4661. P.B., 4660. Shut down. Ohio-8amaei No. 13 NW NW NW 32-61-100 Shut down, 4672. Ofalo-Samnei OPG WIT NW NW NW 32-51-100 Waiting on rotary, 310. Ohio-Bldney NE NWH Testing, 3966. Ohio-Boanera 1 So. • NE SEH NWH 8-51-100 T.D., 3727. P.B_ 3660, testing. • mio-Soaaere 4 Ne. 1 NE SE SW 8-51-100 T.D., 3890. P.B., 8771, testing. Texaeo-Frisby 8-A NE NW NW Testing Tensleep, 3824. Texaeo-Aonnera No. 7 C NW SE SW 20-51N-100W Drilling, 3931. No. 3 NWH 5-51N-100W 32-52N-100W Osage Field— (Weston County) Gerald Bock No. 3 CWL SEH SWH 82-47N-68W Drilling «00. C SEH NXH 85-46N-64W Drilling 1964. OIL OPERATORS, REGISTERED DEALERS IN OIL SECURITIES: We can offer producing acreage, undeveloped lease blocks in good areas, and landowners royal ties on or adjacent to drilling wells. For informa tion concerning such items as they become Avail able, write or wire LANDOWNERS ROYALTIES COMPANY (In 21st Year) Great Falls Montana, da cor ra^ ondtag, please use firm letterhead. ) Oshoto Dome— (Crook Coaaty) Oscar Burns No. I NW NWH NEH 1T-584TW Shut down, 068. Overland Field (Carbon County) Cherry and Rldd-Morrl* No. I SW SW SW 30-20N-83W Drilling, 350. Pitchfork Field— (Park Coant y ) Husky-Government No. 4 SW NW SE I1-48N-102W Shut down, 3634. Poison Spider— (Natrona Connty) Chicago OH No. 4 NW SWH 8WH 1-S3N-MW Shut down, ISIS. Powder River Station (Natrona Connty) Btanollnd-La Fletche No. I NE NE 8E 23-36N-85W Drilling, 4172. Rock River Field (Albany Connty) Wautch-Mahnqalst No. 1 33-21N-76W Drilling, 2350. BW Saratoga Field— Arp A Snlvely-SeaversoB No. I SW SE SW 30-18N-84W Drilling, 2550. Salt Creek BtaaoUad-Calt 3 No. IS NW NE NW 26-40N-79W T.D., 4056. P.B., 3030. May complete In third Sundance. Sand Draw— (Hot Springs Connty) Sinclair Balt No. 1 NW NW NW 14-32N-06W D.S.T., 6055, 15 MCF gas, recovered 20 gals 54-gravlty distillate. D.S.T. at 6896, in top of Embar, T.D., 6913, open 57 min. recovered 1600 ft. 32.6-gravlty sweet crude. Cemented 7-Inch, 7281. Drilling, 7308. Segment Diet— (Natrona County) Dakota OU A Oaa No. 1 C NWH 4-36N-81W Shut down, 3300. Shawnee Field (Converse County) Geoi Drilling, 3608. Sheldon Dome (Fremont Connty) Krrlyn-C«Tter-8ho*bone NE NB 16-6N-2W Rig repairs, 5722. No. 1 South Baxter Field (Sweetwater County) Mountain Fuel Co.-Unlt No. 6 SW SW SE 10-16N-104W COMPLETION. 8,000,000 ft. gas, Dakota, 2760. South Oregon Basin Kirk OU Co -No. 1, Unit 5 SW SW SE 29-51N-100W Location. (FIRST REPORT) South Sunshine ( ontlnental-WoIfe No. S SE Lot 4, 3-46N-101W Drilling, 1950. Spence Dome Chase Brother»-8ta!e No. 1 NE SE SE Lot 38, Sec. 16-C4N-94W Shut down, 315. Chase BrottaersState No. 3 NE NE NW 18-4N-04W Drilling, 400. Husky-Government No. 3 SW NW SW 4-64N-94W Location. Spindletop Field (Natrona Connty) yalta-Gov SE SESW 82-30N-81W COMPLETION. T.D., 3445. bbls. 16-gravity olL first 24 hours, from Tensleep, topped 2324. Spring Creek Field— (Fremont Connty) Phllltpu-Hlnu No. 1 SE NW NW 7-28N-02W Temporarily abandoned: T.D., 4808. W eminent No. 1-D Swabbed 648 ★ OPPORTUNITIES ★ FIs Ids and Mininq DUtrVrt» In this order to laeiir« ps hlU m Oo b fat next lame. I Steamboat Butte— (Fremont County) British- Al er t e s ■ •Tribal C3 NE BW SW 2JMN1W T.D.. 6732. Cored and DÜ.T British America n-Triba! C4 NE SE SW 82-4N-1W Spudded. Awaiting rotary. British Americaa-Trlbal K4 T.D., 5173. Pipe pe Attempting to kill rf orated for flow test, well. Sulphur Creek— (Uinta Connty) Wyomlng-Utah Assoc, No. 1 SE SB 14 SWH 14-18N-119W Shut down. 686. Oregoa OU Co. No. 1 SW SWH SW14 1S-13N-110W Shut down, 730 Waqonhound Structur (Hot Springs Connty) Broderick A Oordon-Chrtstensen No. I CNL NE 14 SE14 6-44N-98W T. D.. 4700. P. B., 4330. Pumped 250 bbls. oil Initially from Embar, topped at 4253 West Rawlins Field (Carbon Connty) Cameron and Ailen-Bixon No. 1 C NW NW 24-21N-88W Drilling, 240. (FIRST REPORT) Winkelman Dome (Fremont Connty) Ntanoliad-Tiibal No. S SW NE NW 19-2N-1W Drilling, 72. Wyoming Anticline— (Lincoln Connty) K. P. M. Inc.-State No. 1 NE Cor. Lot 1, Sec, 36-25N HO W Shut down 2335 Gasoline Imported Into State of Montana During Month of September, 1944 Importer Beacon Oil Co. Bradley Oil Co. California Co. Carter Oil Co. Chicago, Burlington RR. Clack, H. Earl ..I Continental 011 1,223,509 Farmers Grain & Trdg. Farmers U., Beach Farmers U„ Grenora Farmers U., Willis ton Farmers U., Trading Gray Refinery, Inc. . G. N. Railway Home OU. WHHston Hunter, Nettle & Son Husky Refining Co. Mid-Continent Oil Minneapolis, Ohio Oil Co. .. Puritan OH Co. Resolute OH Corp. Shell Oil Co_ Socony Vacuum OH Standard 011 Co. Sturgis Refinery Texas Co... Thurston, C. A. Union Pacific RH. Westland OH Co. Yellowstone Park Lines Imported Exported 7,784 7;030 246,000 26,572 f.*u 14,599 8,112 5.794 8,178 25,076 2.278 9.748 4,764 10.749 1,809 4,559 77,674 3,858 Co. St. P. RR. JIM. 189.889 1.341 46,205 103.782 179,994 1,022,495 3,025 206.782 620 570 2,580 7,880 698 TOTALS _3,446,102 8.732 Gasoline Refined in the State of Montana During Month of September, 1944 Refinery Big Lake OH Co. Big West OH Co. Carter OH Co. Refined Exported 95 541,634 (Canada, N. D., Wash.) .... 4,684.713 (Calif., Canada, Idaho, N. D., Utah, Wash. Wyo.) Farmers U. Central 3,408,852 2,161.471 (Idaho, Wyo., N. D„ Calif.) 930,426 126,676 (Canada. N. D.) 9,311 4,930 *05.20* 2,480,913 Glacier Production Hart Refineries Hole Bros. Refinery Home OH & Ref. Co. 1,426,313 327.459 (Canada, Idaho, N. D.. 111., Utah. Calif.) 1,150 16,254 Ohio OH Co..... Petroleum Ref. Co. 16,254 (Canada) 499,296 Socony Vac. OH Co. Texas Co. I 444 9D1 (N. D.. Idaho, Wash.) ... 6,568,688 4.286.348 (Wash., Idaho, N. D.. Canada) Treas. State Ref_ 2,843 19,303,076 10,439,051 TOTALS TETON COUNTY TRANSFERS Abstract Co. ontana By Teton County Cbotaan, M OIL AND GAS LEASE Bessie P. Reiquam, administratrix of es tate of William D. Relquam, deceased, to Union OH Co. of California, sw, n sc, sec 20, nw, n ne, sec 29, sw, se nw, sw ne. w se, se se, west part of se nw. ne se. sec 21, n ne, ne nw, sec 28, all in twp 25n rge 2w. ASSIGNMENT OF OIL AND GAS LEASES 8.-D. Jarvis to E. P. Jarvis and A. Mar cell, lease for lot 1, sc ne, sec 5. lot* 3 and 4, sec 4, twp 27n rge 5w; lease for e ne, sec 4, lots 3 and 4. sw nw, sec 2, twp 27n rge 5w Same to same, lease for s n, sw. n se. se se, sec o, w bw, mn. a, iter, nw hw, 1 10. n ne, se ne. ne se. sec 9, twp 27n rge 5w (and other leases). OIL FOR SALE: Fifteen thousand acres oil and gas leases in Ashland, Huron and Lorain counties. Ohio. Adjoins Clinton gas field Major company is now drilling test to deep sands. Leases are on block plan Modestly priced. John Gibson. Savannah, Ohio. lllld MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE: One No 90 Cleveland Back filler. 25-ft. boom. 8-ft. bucket. Four 10 bbls. paint pots complete Oil Field Sen Ice Co., Box 924, Ardmore, Oklahoma. 11-25-d BLUEPRINTING— Blueprints, Van Dykes, Black and Whits, all i1«l quick service The Blueprint A Letter Shop, 312 First National Bank Bldg.. Great Falls. Mont Phone 4777. _ 6-3U EXPERIENCED, will assemble lease blocks on per acre basis; have several blocks now leased. Box 205, Montana Oil Jour nal. 11-4-d TWO—6H-lnch by 12-lnch Ingersoll-Rand Gas compressor cylinders for style XVG Gas compressor No, 4AV113, complete with piston, piston rod, metallic parking, complete set of valves and one operated Inlet valve unloader. Cylinders designed for 400 lbs. pressure per square Inch, Binghamton Gas Works, Blngh toa. New York. hand (Legal Advertising) SUMMONS In the District Coart of the F.lghth Judicial District of the State of Montana. In and for the Connty of Cascade. JOHN E. LONG, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE LONG, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends Greetings to the Above Named Defendants, and to Each You are hereby summoned 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 served upon one of vou In each County wherein any of vou reside, and to file your answer ami serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff s 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 answer. Judgment will be taken against you. by default, for the relief demanded In the complaint. Also, please take notice that the above entitled action Is brought by the said Plaintiff for the purpose of obtaining a decree of absolute divorce from said De fendant on the ground of her desertion for a period of more than one year last past and prior to the commencement of this action. Witness my hand and the Seal of -said Court this 2nd day of October, 1944. AGNES SCHRAPPS Clerk Bv ELENOR McKENZIE. Deputy Clerk Of Them: (COURT SEAL) H. NORSKOG, Attorney for Plaintiff. 332 Ford Building. Great Falls, Montana. Date of first publication Nov, It. 1044 4x Gage Dome NORTHERN ORDNANCE MORRIS NO. 1 —(DISCOVERY WELL) C SWH 8WH 16-9N 26E 25 bbls. on initial test: at 6071 16 gal*, oil 4 gals, water hourly. T. D.. 6100. P. B. to 6020. Acidized 3,000 gala. Swabbed 200 bbls oU, 40 bbls. water after acid. Flowed by heads. P.B., 5988. Acidized; on four-day swab test averaged 405 bbls. oU and 184 bbls. water dally. Putting on pump. Pumped swabbed NORTHERN ORDNANCK-OARB NO ,1— C SE NE 14-9N-26E Spudded 11-20-43; flowed 358 bbls. first 24 hours from Am »den, topped 6087. Flowed 166 bbls. dally through H-Inch choke. N ORTHERN-ORD.-L. T. MORRIS A-t C SW NE 16-9N-26E Spudded 4-1-44; top Amsden. 6893. T. D., 5950. Acidized 1000 gals. Flowed 248 bbls first 2 hours through H-inch choke Flowed 183 bbls. next 3 hours through 3/16-tnch choke. Shut-In pressure. 750 pounds. Flowing 23 bbls. hr. NORTHERN ORD.-L. T. MORRIS A-4 C SE NW 15-9N-26E Spudded 11-2-44; drilling, 3008 NOR. ORD.-L B. STALEY 1-80-0 C SW NW 30-9N-27E Location. NOR. ORD.-DARR NO. 3 C SW NE I4-0N-26E Spudded 6-22-44. T. D.. 6031. Top Ams den, 6028. Flowed 471 bbls. oil. 24 bra Well went dead. Swabbed 315 barrels through tubing. Installing pump. NOR. ORD-L. T. MORRIS A. NO. 1 C SE NE 169N-26E Spudded 627-44: Amsden topped. 6878. Show of oU acidized. COMPLETION. Swabbed 166 bbls. in 18 hours. Pumped 232 bbls. first 23 hours. Farmington Wildcat Gets Sulphur Water Texaco's wildcat on the C. H. Burke farm on the company's Farmington block has been plugged and abandoned after striking sui phur water at the Ellls-Madison contact at 1890, Location was C SW NE SW 11-25N-4W.