Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 230, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 24, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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TBI TOTJJA DAILY WOELD. SUNDAY MORNING. JVNE 24 1M6.
News of the
.c I (
Tlii- I i oni ui Oil comuany ' No. 1
.n section J.VJJ 14. is down 7' HI feet.
Juliii It. Leonard is buildinc a riir 1
on I lie iii McBirncy section 1!l-
Tlif Savoy Oil company is buildinc
No. d on Kliisf.ii Kiiulaml li'iisc. "i-
Mounds is U-r.r iiit'.I In become the
oil center in spile of cverythinc llial 1
van lie ilmie by our rival towns.
Tlie liiir wells on tin- Brook tract t
anil the Knl-loii tract spread out
the (ilenn pool to a considerable ex-j
Selliy No. .t. on the Kleclra lialstoii
lanil. proves to he the hot well in
the tract ami is flowinc 1.IHHI barrels
in twenty-tour hours.
I. uck has chanced on the l!i kc
trail. No. ;t wa bronchi in on the
tun I Tuesday niylil ami il uNo proves
to he a l.iMlii barrel well.
The Caney h'iver (ias coiiipany will
be supply-in;!' Muskocec with i:as lifter
November 1st. .1. (Ins I'alton. ol' this
ity has just finished the survey.
We now have the brisihlest future
of any town in the teritory. as we
are to have an oil refinery here in
tew months. Negotiations are un-
John Smith lias three tiffy-barrel
wells on the Cooper tract so if a
pavinc well is struck in the new lo-
cation flu- field "ill hi'cin to as-
sume considerable cntiscipicnce.
Si the ilrilliiiL' in of the well
on the Hown allotmeiit. four mil''
on the Brown allotment four miles
enhanced in value to the extent of
U" per cent.
With our excellent freight rates
an.l unexcelled dirt roads the field
ran lie reached at much less expense
ami a ')0 per cent suvinc of time
than from any other point.
I'.n ok No. II is hI st n wile smith-
fact of Glenn No. 1 and Sclhy No. .'!.
is n'tn.st n t.ii'- northwest ol if-nri
'o . wi tlie extends now near
Iv n miles r-i the northwest t
MONDAY NIGHT-8.30 O'CLOCK
AT THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE
ADMISSION Boxes $2. Lower House 75c.
Tickets on Sale at Opera House Pharmacy
I WHIM f f
Frank Chc-lcy l as let t lit contract
for drilliuc two nunc wells on Kerry
Hill in lej' ' i It'll ii mm.s. I hie w ill he
put down by .l.ihn Mct'reaily anil tlie
other liv Will Accers.
An oil well that promise to pro-
duce lil'lccn hundred barrels daily.
'ii. drilled last week near the town
of Ochelala. My actual ciiace the
well is now llnwiuc thirty-nine bar-
rels mi hour without beinc -hot in-
cased. Sapulpa l.icht.
are st-Ncntv-tive oil wells to
b drilled at mice by Gulhraith ami
Cheley. There are lit'tccti routine:-
for ric- let am) work will hecin in
real earnest in a few days. There
will he l")ll prodiicinc wells in the
months. Within twelve I ths
will be richt in the heart of the
oil Held and will be ihe iincn oil
leitv of the southwest.
Jolt n Smith is to have some help
in ilcvcopiu: the shallow oil licld
live miles wot of Sapulpa.
The Allawee I Ii illini! Co. rnti ilii ;!
by .1. B. I'liillips. of Warren. l'a has
purchased lnu acres of land joiniiiL'
the Condor tract in the west and will
start to developim; at once.
The new company bus employed
the Warren llrillin;: company to sink
the tire well for them and the drill
will be at work before the end of the
This test Imle is to be sunk in the
west half of the southeast fiiurter of
Thinu.s have been booming in the
Sapulpa oil fields dnrini: the past
few days. Last week the attention
of the public was transplanted from
the field to the Sapulpa court hoiie
where biddiii).' was jroiim on for min-
or leases but this week the field has
forced itself before the public mind
The oil men were surprised this
week by a stronc k well beint
bronchi in '" the (ilenn tract. The
well is situated between two heavy
proline ine oil wells and is dry as far
as oil is concerned but flows iibont
four million cubic- feet of cas per
day makine it one of the troncet
cas wells that has been struck in thi
part of the Creek nation.
Iat Kridav Calbrnith & Che-ley
The Best Local Talent assisted by MISS LILLIAN GILLETTE
F. Butler Rogers of Boston Mass. will entertain.
A Magnificent Program in Two parts has been arranged.
drilled in No. 7 and struck what was
thought to be a licht How of cas. just
iusidi' llie oil .and. But further drill-
iuc proved it to he a .'U.lliNI.ILHI foot
passer. This well is on the west side
uf the Ida lileiiu allotment and is the
strongest How of cas in the Mid-
Continent field sine the Caney well
i which burned so loin: a few inoiilli
HL'o. I'repaiatioiis are beinc made to
confine the cas and t'u ii i i 1 1 fuel for
all the drillers in the liehl.
I The Brook well No. -I. which wa
drilled by the side of No. '' where the
tools were lost was brought in last
Thursday and moved to be a -j u-iii-r j
- flow inii naturally from 1 .mi" to 1.- :
.'iiMI barrels per day. This is sjiid i.i
be the stroiiuest well ill the entile!
Mid 'n1 i in-lit Held. Mr. Brook i- to
be congratulated upon !iis .iiitc... tor t
he is a deserviny n an. ami ha- had 1
all kinds of disadvantages I ri'.i i
The well on the Blown allotment
one mile -oinh of the Brook well
was sprayed yesterday niakinc 1H0
barrels before beinc drilled into. The
well w ill f . .11 lT I. pioe to lie a
CU-hcr when it is developed. This I
now briiiL's the oil field to within 1
four miles of this city and -radu-:
alii coining this way. j
IN THE WORLD
I OF SOCIETY!
I i Cunt limed I mm pa.-e I
the collection bein' civet) bride
for future retcience. A fake crab
Came in which each one drew a little J
ipiicket conta'iliinc the photo of their
future created much laughter. I'uneh
I was crcd dili inir the evenititf.
I Miss Thompson sane a mpanied j
by Miss Howard a treat that always;
1 is enjoyed.
liefreshtiicnts were cred in the '
iliiiinc room on the prettily decorated
table. The place curds were maimier-
The ciiests wi te Mr. und Mi's. C. j
Lewis Wilson Missis Hunt Thoti.p- .
son Howard. Marshal anl .1 ut u -:
Messrs. Curler Selhy. Boyle and llan-
noii. Miss Ayars was assisted dur-
iiiC Ihe evening by her mother.
Mi. .1. H. Mi liinicy made the hi-1
monthly rneetinc of the Thimble
club h id a nnniue mid plea-ant I
one. TKe In.stc
clever test of the members' kill j
with tie needle by invilinc fliem
to encflce in a hm stitchinc cuntest
the time and amount of work beinc
limited. Medume Macee. Will-;
iarnxin Webb and Clinton tied on
featur's atnl ;:( deiided in avor f
Mis. Maine. The favor was a pair
of silier i tnhroideiy scissors.
Kled ioris of ottiiers is held twice
a year n ml these ladies were voted
into olticc: Mrs. Calhoun president;
Mis. K. B. Howard vice-president;
Mrs. Mas-'ce. secretary and Mi's j
McBiriiey treasurer. A-sorted cake j
and sherbet were served ill conclus-
ion. 1'iiiicli was also served dui'inL'
nl'ti nun r. Tl.i -e nn ii.ber were
pic-cut : Me-ilanies Ceo. T. Will-
iamson C. ". Brown K. I'-. Howard.
Pan 1. Uavidson. II. C. Ciiliioun. !.
K. Wehh Call C. Mil'-'ce. . C.
Stevenson. S. K. loiic- and d.li.Cole.
Mr. Him havui-i n will he li e rt !
hoste.s .Inly .".
The Circle n eet!ls of the M. 'h.i-
ils r.pi-copiil chiinh were 'n.it .1-
isiii'l Tli-irsday aft' -n oon. The West
Circle was entertained at the home
of Mrs. Brock on South liiillnic and
spent Ihe time platMiins; for their
exchange which was eiven yesterday
afleri n. The Kast Circle met
with Mrs. Nichols and the West Cir-
cle with Mrs. Silicic ton. The hot
weather is tellinc somewhat on ine
altemlance but the society will con-
tinue ihroiiL'lioul Ihe summer. There
will he a union imitiiifi of the cir-
cle next Thursday afternoon with
Mi's. . N. H vim in. cornci Kil'lh ami
Held LsKt Meeting.
The ladies j m society of the I'rcs.
bvtcrian chun h hi hi Ihcir last meet-
inc until the eaily autumn iTInirsiliiv
afleri n in the Sunday school room
of the eh.iieh. Mesiliimes C. W.
Kerr. II. I'. Anderson and Han .1.
Ihivijson were hostesses ami had ar-
ranc'd an inlormal procram with
the follow ine features; Vocal so-
los Mrs. I Inch Collins. Mss Klise
I'ittman and Mi-- llointliy Bavi-on.
Mrs. K. Calkins cave a humorous
reudinc. I.ady lincers. maecaroons
and NeoNilitan cream were served
Mrs. S. II. Kitniiinns asjsiu! the
Trinity (lilild was enlertnined last
Thur-day afternoon by Mrs. Krcd
Meyers at the Brady. Work and
chat made up the atteiiioon which
was completed by pluuninc an i'''
cream social for next Tuesday eve-
ning on the lawn at the homo of
Mis. Arthur on Kouitli and Bo-Ion.
Mrs. Han Hunt on Kouitli and !-
troit will be the next hosts.
Home Mission Society
Mis. .1. . Ball and Mrs.
Martinis were the dclichtful
esses Fridav afternoon to the
bers of the Home Mission ( ji t
ami their friends a! the M. K. elnin I
South. The church was cool nml in
vitinc and ufter biisine-s was
posed of the time was spent socially.
The attendance was unusually good
and some visitors were also pre-nl.
delicious creain and cake were
seiveil. Miss Mabel Archer ren-
dered some excellent instrumental
music which was much appreciated.
At the Country Club. ;
A jolly supper parly at the Conn-I
trv i-1 iilt la-l 1 1 1 nil's; v a- ii.adc iii i.f
Messrs. ami Mesilames (has Brow u
1 1. C. Kose .1. K. Webb and Ii . T.
Kpperson with Mr. T. Beimel t of
Webb City as honor cnest.
The inllowitic misses arc the newly
elected olhceis in the Sewawa Club:
Miss (llailys Stebhins president;
Miss Lillian Schrcck vice president;
Miss I'.ethel Cone secretary; Miss
Helen Cartel' tnasurir.
Miss Archer Hostess
The week's society would not be
complete without mention of the
happy eveninc spent with Miss Mahe)
Archer Wednesday in compliment to
her fifteenth natal anniversary.
Misses Bess Brush and Mabel .John-
sou had invited Ihe quests and Ihe
whole alTair was unexpected to the
The spacious Archer home always
characteristic id' hospitality was even
more mi on this occasion which fact
alone assiiivs the pleasure of the
Some excellent piano music was
furnished by Misses Mabel Archer
(ii'itcf I hi' aid Maccie Mcllcrinntt.
Messrs. Walkins ami Thompson
played sonic mandolin and jruil or
duels that were much enjoyed. We-
frcshineiits were served these cn-sts:
Misses Ciillute Syrjjley Wilhoiir
McUerumttce llannon French Wel-
ler .Jones. IVrce Byrd Holt Weise
French.. Slepbciison Suieilley und
Usher; Messrs. Sandern Kocers
Wuhlrcp Yeacer Steihenson Cal-
houn Veacer Waldrcp Burciss
Watkins Wilbanks Mathers Hare
ine-eiihei vj Bond Bmckcmr and
Miss Kline Hostess.
Miss Laura Kline was hosle-s
Tuesday eveninc In a number of her
friends in compliment o her brother
K. K. Kline who has just returned
from the Oklahoma 1'niTer-ity at
Norman. The eveninc was spent
with various amusements music bo-
iiii! the principal leal lire. One very
piety idea was the decoration of Ihe
Ilium.' room in crimson and cream
the l'hierity color. Ief leshnietits
were seiveil he in.
"Mrs. S. II. Kimmon had a few
friends and neichbnr in Friday af-
ternooii in informal compliment to
Mr-. Kiu-u:oh'. rriother of lr. Kim-
moiis who is here from Mississippi.
The cnest list included some old
time friends whom Mrs. Kimiimus
had met here on a previous visil sev-
eral summers uc and some neich-
bors. The hours were from il to Ii
'and were spent in cnnvcrsulinii and
! reminiscent stories. A delectable
luncheon of ices cake peaches mid
! .... i . I
cream was served nv lilt Hostess ne-
inc assisted by Mi-s Slrinclhhl and
M is. .1 B. Meserve
Mrs. S. S. li'ohinson had a few
friends in to spend the aflernunn in-
fm inally Tuesday with her al her
home on South Boulder. The hours
were delicti! fully spent in social lalk
and informal amusements A licht
luncheon was served. These cnest
were there Mesilames Wisvvall 1'acc
Hale Tucker and Miss Arnold.
One of Ih pleu-ures of
'in which a lui'ce number participated
was the social civcu on tlie lawn at
the Catholic church Wednesday eve-
ninc. Tables were ai TiUi)ed oil tin
lawn and cream and cake were served
bv Mcsdamcs McCurtv and Short.
assisted bv a tiumluT of cirls. The
Commercial Club band furnished
music and ihe eveninc was a micccs
both financially and socially.
Six O'clock Dinner.
Mr. !rc Clinton caw a Ii o'clock
dinner Tucsilav cvcniiiir with covers
for Id'i. and .Mis. .1. II. Ball daucli-
ler Mi-s Alice and son Master
.Iain's; Mr. and Mrs. 1. !. Cole and
the bos) andho-less. The dinner was
delicious andiiiccly served. Sweet
pt'jis tin nislied the flower motifs.
Trinity Guild's Lawn Social.
The ladies of the Trinity (iiiild
will give an ice cream social on the
lawn coiner of Fourth and ltoton
Tiie-day c icninc-lnne o( V(rv
CihmI lime is promi-eil to all who in-
tend. Mrs. A. F. A nit will continue her
visit in 1 1 la i'l. Mo. indefinitely.
Miss Kilna Huccle will continue
her visit in South MoAlester until
after Julv 1.
Mrs. I). F'. Sturm will spend the
summer in Missouri visiting with rel-
et iven and friends.
Miss Lillian Lipscomb will play
the violin at the Presbyterian Sun-
day school l hi-momim.
The Christian church aid s-iety
was entertained Thursday afternoon
by Mrs. Kl!a Cuiuminfi's. No particu-
lar work was taken up the t ue be.
inc spent socially.
Misses Lillian Lipscomb Majorie
I la vis Kthel and Helen Carter (lar-
nctte Bilker llael Crawford Lenta
Arthur Blanche 1 louse Lillian
Sclireck (lludys Stebhins; Masters
Claude Thuniuin Kite Webb Kan-
di.dpli House Knuiklin (iilmorp anil
Italph Crawford spent Thursilay
eveninc with Misses Lentia and
Bethel Cone in the llonee addition.
Miss Lillian Lipscomb and Miss
Mar.jorie Davis both nieilal win
ners at the Spauldinc remale cullece
at Mitskocee entei'tailied the com
pany with violin and piano iiiusie.
THE GILLETTE CONCERT.
Program for the Very Interesting
The lalk in social circles in this
cily is all about the "(iilletle eon-
cert" as it is called on tomorrow
nicht. It iH undoubtedly be one of
the best and most successful musical
atl'airs of Ihe season and is beinc
looked forward to eacerlv by all lov-
ers of ciM"l uiusii.
While Ihe procram has not been
altocelhcr arranced as yet enouch is
known to enable the World to slate
that if the names of all the pieces
were tilled in the follow ine would be
it completed :
Part I '
I'iano Solo " Sorata "
Miss Vera Smith.
Solo jri.-s ."tie Howar.l
Solo ( ii )" Itris Kpris"
(hi". Myself When Younc''
F. B. I'ocers
Violin Solo Mi- M vnn Coc-wel!
Sol Harold Hose
Solo "Love in Sprinctimc"
Miss Lilian Gillette
yuartell "Annie Laurie."
Messrs. Leeds. Barton ose Brvan.
Violin Solo .... Miss M vim Cocswell
Huelt. "O That We Two Were May-
itur" Miss (iillette and Mr. Kotrerii.
Solo " Brink to Me Kver Wjth Thine
olo " For
Miss Mucvrie McDcrtnott
I uv Is Knded."
(Violin Ohlicato Miss Cocswell)
Solo. "Blue liantibe Waltz"
Qnartett "Nearer. My (iod. to Thee"
Messrs. Ieds. Button. Roe Brvan.
The Baptist Aid Society.
The rneetinc of the Baptist Aid
society Thursday afternoon with Mrs
Yeacer was one of the most pleasant
of the year.
The hostess bail provided phnno-
craph music for the afternoon and
Mrs. I). W. Meier and Mrs. Bauchmati
delimited all with mirac splendid read-
ings. A three-course luncheon con-
cluded the afternoon.
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