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The Ohio OU £Z. the price of «1.1« i' 1140 per NORTHLAND tCosdussd from Pag« One) This will be bailed out, the hole cleaned and a string of ti%-in»h easing ran, following which the well will be swabbed in an effort to bring it into production. Dnlisrs Confident Despite tbe water in the the oil is .shutting sufficiently that mem bers of the drilling crew ex press themselves as positive that a commercial well will be developed, either from the sand as it stands or when the hole is drilled slightly deeper. Geologists are undecided whether the oil is coining from the base of the Madison lime oc_llje upper sand of the De niah formation. Madison-Devonian ? The Madison lime is map ped as being about 770 feet thick in this district, hence the well is evidently near the border line between the two horizons. Location of this well is in C SB%8Wy 4 82-33-5E, south of the Swectgrass Hills proper and approximately 20 miles east of the Kevin-Snnbnrst field. v O Teachout in Charge The operation has been fi nanced by a Chicago group, with P. E. Teachout in charge. Caking has been ordered and it is believed that this can be test made inside of the next run, the hole cleaned and e two week*. IN TM* DISTRICT fOCST OF THE EHiHTI WOIClAi, DISTRICT OF T«B STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOB TMB COUNTY OF CAS CADE. *«K*irP8 »US ('MISS UBCBBK OP FOKBG1.08UHE Richard U. Johnston, also knows ah R B. Johnston and Richard It. Johnson, and LILLIE F. JOHN STON, hi* wife; CASCADE COUN TT, MONTANA, a body politic; C M. BOOSj MAE B, BOO#, «BEATE B OREAT FALLS OIL COMPANY, a -orpo ration: ROBERT B, DA WHO N Jnd -- DAWSON, hi« wife, VICTOR ABIO and JULIA ABIO, PHOENIX MUTUAL ANCB COMPANY, » LIFE INOUB a corporation, Plaintiff, Va wife; aSgf B 1 and WI I DB8CHON and^Afe fô j STTÏÏ; jjJssrmLz BHuofit' M. yfiSkjlcS!* Demudanta oder and by virtue of tbe Decree above entitled cone, the Sheriff S'.S'ä TSS. ïV.ff-SFS Otust FWR Oiscadr Connty. Mon ÏÜSAft .« SSt, SLsS eerie* Bank. a At 2:» ■ !» in and to tbe following deaerihod prop erty, to- wit : The North wen quarter <;NW|> of Section thirty iSOi, Tswnship i»va one hundred forty three ) mod act«* <142. tog to tb* Goveraoent Survey there Tosetbar with all and singatar tbe tenements. Improvement«, kerodt - • IMMI MM I a ». «II ■ I rv H •r Ut , tin mhhê' 3#UK?cdssdwFs »J R L. CAR Date of nm Miration Ma. 1991. As 8BND A CONTRIBUTION TO TH* »ÎTNBORST B A DORR mmm ■ ' 'W y :i¥' ' International Refining Company REFINERY AND «PWIOSB Turner Valley iCaattswd from 1*»»» Few) lb« border «tat«. It Is leaned reliably here. Interest has been reawakened fotlowta g agreement between Tin O'Neil and Jerome Dru »»heller Mon tana operators, with Anaconda Conner and Refining company in connection with the supplying of gas to the refinery for lad«» trial and related domeetk par "The projected plan, it la un derstood, calls for provision of 3bp.eoo.00u cubic feet dally, of which the O-Neil-Drnmheller sources in the Cut Rank field of Montana could now supply 40, 000,000. Additional development must be undertaken. Tamer Val ley is looked upon either as a reserve source to the scheme or a constant provider while the Montana wells are haM in re serve, this depending upon far ther deuils of the plan. "it 1» further understood that the Interests which have acquired options on the gas from several companies, including OkalU, Me L e o d and McDoagall-Begor. amounting to 160,000,0^0 cable feet are not associated with the O'Neil group, but that Turner Valley independents concerned will deal directly with the pur chaser*. "Conveyance of the gas to the border, where it would be bought by O'Neil, is subject of study at present, but some propose that tbe existing pipeline to Leth bridge be utilised through agree ment with the owners and that the remaining <0 miles to the border be constructed by the in dependents involved." WESTLAM aments IR SMASH R. J. Coughlin, president of the Westland Oil Company, with 10 other company officials and rep resentatives, escaped death dnr tBg the week when a bus carry ing them upset and rolled down an embankment near Williston, North Dakota.* were m nu sisnutT tw»T or thb KIOHTH 1CÜICIAI D1MTÄ1CT OF TMB STATE OF MONTANA. IN ■ISO FOB TMB rot' XT Y or css CABB. NOTICB OF nttUCITION OF TIME APPOINTED FOB PRO V INC Wilt, BTC. lu to« Usttvr of the E«tau* of Hw tor McKenzie, deceased Pursuant to an order of said Conn, nude on the 18tb day of March, 1931, toe («h day of April, 1981, at 10:00 notice is hereby given that Wednesday o'clock a. in., of «aid day. at tbe Court Boon of said Court, In tbe CKy of Otoat Kali*. County of Cascade, ha* been appointed aa tbe time and place ter proving the WHI of «aid Hector McKenzie, deceased, and for bearing tbe application of Alex Irvine for tbe iaauance to him of letter* of adminU tratlon with tbe will annexed, when and where any peroon interested may appear and conte« the Dated «be lf»h day of March 19M OROBGB HARPER. By H. J. OKINlim^ Deputy Clerk. Date of First Publication. March ft, nu 1881. SEND A CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUNBURST BADGER cmUMKAl Mm if WwStMiit§ and OU Field* of the State 8AMFZJB OOPY at ta* f t n. â ü# oii Qm » te Beth for 10 &mt* »TOMDDfG tm, WORM 43&. Leek Unterer ttSS oAsrai. mroszjfa Some facts I fed* re* the SUMMMMMto On** hr « , >s a Near The line wilt be SQM mites long. It will be of steel, SO In to tbe foot. Approximately to tmisMb OmhOm which will brae taxation because of the Us» are Glacier, Pondera, Totest. Lewis and Clark, Powell. SO Major oil companies who are flooding the U. 8. market with foreign oil leaped gleefully to a new source of supply during tbe week when the Colombian government agreed to oll de veiopmeut plane. Gulf Oil control by the Mellons, has important concessions in Colombia I). S. «1 HAVE UN (il SUPPLY SOURCE ENGAGE M GAS BUSINESS Another natural gas company joined the rapidly-swelling ranks in this state during the week when the United Natural Gas Corporation, with headquarters at Baker, filed articles of Incorpo ration Capitol stock is «75,000. Incorporators are E. G. Even s ta. Leo Nee* sad Charles Hen ning of Minneapolis. These, with H. W. McDonald of Baker, con stitute the hoard of directors. The company has extensive holdings in the Baker-Glendive area and pians to drill at least half a dosen wells immediately. Gas developed by tbe company is contracted to distributing com panies with pipeline connections in tbe field — t i I lit Am 1634 pesiEt nas huks Arimin : -:---I .to l t.n Border Field_ Hog hoeii r I -... L nin p ewnto . « .« ,. 1.40 KL I « -*5 .. M Ume* Creek. . J.33 creek <Ugb.;)^ 1.25 On»** Creek < heavy)>. .»• Male Creek - 1 . 2 « 1 .«« Reek Creek... . l.«l PRO* Butt« ,75 Big Muddy l .«0 Î.25 _l.«l Creek Salt Creek .«» to_ 8» (If to 51 Gravity) Siapeoe Ridge .50 .5« .55 L55* 1 «5 Byron «at crunk ^ Kerl»-«a»bur»i 1.25 ... 1.10 1^' -8# Creek ... l.dd 2.20 li. 1.00 South He» La.hr 1.16 SriiSî".. ww*»(Ml tram Page Psnr) «•» Snrtng Urged The pita i* heralded M a coa r ttion measure. deafened to K&S which is now being blown into the ait aad wasted Wter natural gasoline has been :ted. It is plaaaed to curtail all walls to from 4« to 6* per cent of their present open flow capacity, according to those who were la attendance at the meeting . Dimmer Feared Independent operators present pointed oat that any severe con trol measures would result la putting a number of companies out of business, especially when coupled with recent drastic re ductions in field prices • According to W 8. Herron, prominent independent operator, the situation will be solved if the government grants permits for unlimited exports of natural gas from the province He said Montana companies were now pre pored to take 406,000.000 cubic feet dally and gave as his opin ion that this would taka care of all gas now being wasted. This statement was disputed by Premier Brownian, who pointed out that the Range oil A Gas company now has an export per mit and that so far no great volume of gas had been utilised It 1* reported that a co will be appointed at once, to work out detolla and report upon feasibility of tbe plan, ton lease with 14 producers and from the leases of W. E. Riee and associates littee Another Outlet iContiumd fr«u» Cas» Oaa) Troy Majors is in charge of the operation of tbe plant. To insure a dependable supply of lubricating oil to its custom ers. the company has obtained the state agency for "Freedom" oils, made in Freedom, Pennsyl vania from 100% Pennsylvania erode. The plant is strategically lo cated at the Junction of highways at the north city limits of Great Falls, on the banks of tbe Mis souri river. IMPORTS OF OIL -continue to crowd United States production out of it« own market« and increase stock surpluses that have caused the gravest crisis ever known to the petroleum industry. These imports w|ll continue until a barrier is raised against them in the form of a tariff law, or by other action Initiated by the independent oil interests. Tbe fight for an oil tariff in the lagt closing days of the session through the manen vertag el a few who controlled the necessary machinery of the lower house. It waa a tem porary defeat was lost âuriag the being continued with greater «rith svagit&âl dloéiM Mi • M WWW» WWUHPwIMM t Jf m M to halt the fleer of ofi iato the United f while for as oil tariff law is The i 'i then ever before. more ttonporary h are hmng prmmd by independont is re ef Knactmeni of am eti. tariff law at the next guided at a oertoiaty by all oil faUarasts—fruvidad there is me of effort m tibf JMMrtf 'HHC Hg HWJpJNWrtfeBBI» a#B right to »uirtve is threatwued The force a SB the part of tlwac for an oil tariff is the It IHDXP£m>S3rT PXTSOLSUM ASSOCIA TIOM OF If you are net a member, "give your person»? hy affttMUg with ■ TBS MOHTAlfA OXVZSXOK r * v f» I ■ mmm, -îfi . APPLICATION FOR M ÎMDKPMTDMnr PKTEOLKÜM ASM . 4$ OF AKBEIOA GRRAT FALLS. MONTANA A ppUcatSon is hereby nwAe ter to tbe li AsseetottoB of Amrtn. through the.-; atteebed hereto le. i» dees tar am year tram data, at whtek U.H 1 hentoty tee Is to of aseb m sat Petroleum AeeeetoHas of Aasorfes s MeathRr. I h e r e with pledge a»y iappert ter a tariff ®* ihe to the program of the I P, A. at A., asd to tegislatkia piunrldtog miK>rt»*ioB at crade petroleum aad Its products «ad to hrtog at the Breeatfv* Order prorldlaa ter muMellattoa of oil aad gas permits on Federal CHUCK MEMBERSHIP OBBR1D Membership (ftf.M) ag Membership. fAay e-4 amount over IHM aad includes »me annual twrshlp 415.00). Esteerihtog H Aaeeetote Membership (Aay amount of 110.00 or mere by perse« not eagnaed to the petrehmm industry bat interested to oar program.) NAME ...] COMPANY CLASSIFICATION ... .DAYS * * GAS COMPANY HIS «OJECî ill wifftftfffiBr I wm f uPPtolwUl g} . « '• ■ *■ *' ; I rice LUlS In Montana-Dakota Power Com pany. subsidiary of the Mtaae aota-Northern company. Mon tana's leading gas distributor, is planning n Wyoming system, with gas to be taken from the Osage field to supply Newcastle and adjacent towns, ports indicate (Ceatinari fron Pag* Tear) Simultaneously With announce ment of the price cots. Alberto indépendants at once Initialed a fight for s tariff wall to aave the Alberto producing Industry. Plea Is Heard The case for the Independent* was presented at Ottawa to Pre mier R. B. Bennett and members of his cabinet by Senator B. Micbenor and R. I. Hatchings. Frees reports Indicate that they were cordially heard and that their plea will have "careful con sideration." Presentation of the case arise* from unanimous decision of the Alberta Oil 41 Oaa Association, of dent, that the oil Industry of the which Mr. Hutchings is preal provlnce needs immediate tariff protection 8END A CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUNBURST BADGER HhOtMHgtfNC^OdHBOCHîOOOOtWOgHOdHMlOOOOagHCHOtOBaW CONRAD BANKING COMPANY GREAT FALLS. MONTANA OFFICER* « otto amsuenn. a ■bn a Hat, Bssbh s r . D A. DAVIDSON. tot o a« n i — . VUAê, 9. THIOKGOJf, Aaü 0 »»fc* MF This Bank is well eqsdpped to give latrUlgvurt Service to Montana 's Growing Oil ladsstry. dHSHBOOOOOODOdH2OOO0OCH2WbCH2CHDH2<H6H6HOH9<H6H)H#OOOOdH2DO0WOHbO I THREE FORKS i Oattazari tr*m Pngs Uue> betterment of the industry as a aalt, instead of ninety, as at Amon« the tontet to be dte Lower freight rales on ore Restoration of higher eilve" prices. detection of an ad vt ss ry board, to supply members with latest information on mining and mill ing. methods. Prepare for practical use ol information available Montana School of Mince, Aid proepoctors la flnaaciag. Perfset a permanent organise tloa. Sponsors of the mee t i ng feel that in view el tine w id—p rr« ( K revival of Interest in mining and the opening of new mines in many parts of the state, formation of each an organisation 4a tospere* tiva at this time. Some of the most prominent! mining me« in the state will he la attendance and worthwhile speakers have been obtained, in cluding a rep resentative at tigs Montons School of Miaea. 4 i£* AMlilliUfQlN R e por t s JEAN P. GER LOUGH mmofiKru gbologwt Office Phone « Res. •* »• HHBLBT, MONTANA