Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 269, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 12, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THE TUbSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 12 1906.
News of the Oil World
A rig is up n lot LMti.
A. T. Kanrlier is drilling on '.'(i.
1). C. Priestly in drilling a lest well
.v Ih.Hiicllv li Co. miv drilling No. 'Jll
No. 1. Ihibney on 127-'J!1.'1 came
in a good (Hmmt.
lHriisuill & (ilt'iin have a li'' li j
for No. H. on lot !P'.
ItariiMliill 6i liradilcn s lest on
0-211-M proved a dry hole.
Jturnsdall & (ili'iui have a rig up
drilling No. 1 in l.VL'ti-l l.
Tlit) Itarnsiliill Oil company in drill-
ing a test on l.i-2tl-14.
Bnrnsdall & tili-nii's No. 7 on lot
2!"). iH down 1(1(1(1 feet.
Tlit' Colonial Oil company has in a
Id if well in their No. 17 (n lot 42.
Stubbs & Iaiw will bring in No. 7
on the William allotment next ui't'k.
The Reservation Oil company lias
shot No 20 on lot (il.
The Reservation Oil company will
complete a well on lot l(iS.
Tlit) Stevens Point Oil company's
Nn. 20 on lot (i.'l will lie drilled in
K. II. Jennings ami Hi-otlier liavc
in tlieir No. 35 on lot (i". Jt in good
for 75 barrel per day.
The National Oil company 's No.
IS on lot 231 came in good for 23
barrels n day.
The Headlight Oil company iH now
drilling No. 2 on the James Dolierty
Tlie Appletoti-Osage Oil company
brought in No. 3 on lot (itt and have
a (rood producer.
The Steveim Point Oil company 'k
No. 30 on lot (13 came in for 75 bar-
rels per day.
Barnsdall & Weber's No. 7 on tlie
Ftigate allotment 20-27-13 is good
for fifty barrels per day.
Marlarky is drilling in 35-17-12
and will soon develop the country
south of the Twin Mounds.
The Iroqunisu Oil company has just
drilled in No. 2 on 2(1-24-1 (i and will
shoot same early next w-eek.
Hie luce (reek Oil company has
a rig tip ror No. 1 on the Richard
Bondinot allotment 2S-20-13.
The Oklahoma-Osage Company's
No. 8(1 on lot H! came in as a passer
of 10000(10 cubic feet capacity.
A number of operators are taking
lenses near Weleetka I. T. and will
start drilling in the near future.
The Sagamore Oil company last
fBafiirday brought in No 23 on lot
60. It in food for 100 barrel a day.
The: Ware A Strickland Oil eom-
rany are erecting a rip oil the Ware
2-ncre tracts just west of Collinsvllle
The American Oil & Gnu com-
pany 'a No 1 on the Sarah Beaver al-
lotment came in A passer of 3000-
000 cubic feet capacity.
W. F. Clinpuiiui ' No. 9 on the R.
C. Adorns nlktmenf lft-27-13 was
brought in this week and is good for
35 barrels a day.
The Brooks well No. 4 located
near Mounds is said to be flowing
about the same as other wells in
Hint field from 500 to 1000 barrels
The Cudahy Oil company has a
rig up for No. 2 on he Jeff Sareoxie
allotment in 24-2(1-12. The same
ei inpniiy has a rig tip for No. 4 on
the Charles Squirrel allotment.
The Kxchangc Oil company's No.
1 on the Sallie el'ndleton allotment
H-2II-13 mine in as a tinker of 8000-
000 cubic feet capacity. This com-
pany is now drilling No. ! on the
The Laurel Oil ('Company on liod
Wednesday brought in the strongest
.-as well I li ut hint ben struck in the
lileiin h hiI on the Theodore Berry-
hill allotment. Manager McKann es-
timate it at 7.000.000 cubic feet a
The Southwestern as & Oil com-
pany has some (.'mid hhowincs of gas
snud was struck at a depth of 215
feel and a second sand at 445 feet.
Both sands showed considerable gas
but not enough to close the well. The
drilling will continue in search of a
more productive strata.
The Kvaim Leap &1 lover well No.
1 on the Tucker lease 12-21-12.
which was reported dry was drilled
to the second sand and as there was
a i-'lit sand struck the well was
tilled up to the llartlcsville sand and
will be short.
While the tool dressers were work-
in.r tn.Hi' ilie Wiirwam Oil company V
No. rig on lot 170 a flow of oil was
ignited by a spark from the forge
.itinr lire to the derrick and com
pletely destroying it. This well is an
offset for a gusher recently complet-
ed for the Harnsdall company on lot
T. II. Hannn. W" W. Mitchell and
A. Ixnen. of Stevens Point; O. A.
Vni iilirttnlf . of Villi du Lac: Frank
Wendt and Ilermnn Koehler of West
Hloomlleld and W. L. Mercereau of
LudiiiL'ton came on from Wisconsin
this week and spent Thursday and
Friday here. All of these gentlemen
inii.muU liere and the object
of tlieir visit was to make a personal
trip over the field.
A corps of government geological
surveyors under tne direction oi
Prof. Nevin Feniieman field super-
vise of the United States (leoogical
survey are now operating in W.
.;.. ml v. Missouri. I heir oliject
is to determine whether or not there
u at iiiirtrl villi? mI rnt a which will
give forth oil gas and coal in suftl-
.;..! aiitinu to instifv the work
ing of what is known officially as
the St. Ixmis Quadrangle.
It is reported that the well at We-
woka Seminole Nation fifty-five
miles west of Tulsa is good for but
forty barrels a day instead of 400 as
at first stated. Oil was found al
1475 feet and when four feet in the
sand flowed to the top of the der-
rick. The oil is said to be 30 degrees
In gravity. At something ike 100
In gavity. At something like 100
iKicket of gas was struck which was
blown off and a 500000 foot flow was
encountered which holds. The We-
wokti Trading company had the test
The Wigwam Oil company has a
fine well in No. 13 on lot 70. No. 12
was a duster and No. 13 is but one
l.inni till) further west. Doctor Wood
saw the well drilled into the sand
but it was dry- " Instructed ine
men to drill down to the lime. As
the tools were about to be pulled out
after the next scrt there was a
crash and the well began to flow at
the rate of 1500 barrels a day. The
flow came so suddenly that there was
no time to extinguish the fires and
the oil became ignited. The rig was
completely destroyed. No. 12 will
probably ' be drilled down. Inde-
an healings and wih to lievr partic-
ularly from business men at'.t icsi-
dents of the Indian Territory gener-
ally as to what legislation is most
needed and will prove the most effec-
tive in the developments of the coun-
try us well us benefitting the Indians.
The matter of removal of restric-
tions will be thoroughly gone into
the alienation of lands and the throw-
ing open of large sections so that the
outside farmers can secure good
tiles will also be gone into.
The ma tier of improving the un-
improved lands of allottees will take
up considerable lime of the commit-
tee. The investigation will undoubt-
edly prove of great iinortaiice (o
Members of congress generally
are now of the opinion thai a mistake
wnswas made when the full blood In-
dians were placed in such' a position
that they would not dispose of ol
ilense tlieir lands for a period of
twenty-five years. The prosccts are
brighter now than they have ever
eiimairkaiEals Lew IPci
ON ALL TOO PIECE
PEEK-A-BOO BUG IS POLKA DOTTING
SHOULDERS AND ANKLES OF ANSONIA
Ansonia Conn. August 11. The
N'fk-a-hoo hug has made its appear-
ance in this city and neighborhood.
The peek-a-biH) bug is an insect
not a fail. The young women of
Ansonia have given the bug its name
because it delights to feed on the
many oases of pink flesh that dot the
wastes of peek-a-boo waists and en
The bug is as voracious as it is ill
mannered. It has already interrupted
three proposals of marriage. Just
when tlie young woman was about
to niurnicr "Yes" she shrieked
"Ouch!" and tried to grab the
shoulder blade of her ankle bone.
Physicians have (mated many
young women whom the peek-a-boo
bug has bitten. All the doctor can
do is to prescribe soothing lotions
nnil ofleiiest thev have prescribed in
the dark so to speak. The doctors
have not been able to classity tlie
peek a boo bug yet. Said a pmmi
nent physician tonight:
"I have seen many bites by this
new bug; many other lutes 1 nave
not seen but have prescribed for.
The insect looks like an ordinary
hnrwflv. hut it isn't. The virus it
deposits is highly poisonous for the
swelling that follows its bite is great
and does not vield to treatment very
Vlv. The flesh around the bite
becomes hard and the skin leathery
Net runs and deliveries by the Prai-
rie Oil & (las company from August
1 to August 7 1!)0(I both dates in-
Ifuns 420.740.10 00100.50
Deliveries 17071(1.7!) 24330.11
Put into Tankage 250335.31 3577(1.48
Baxter for bargains.
ARE MOVING INTO OFFICES.
Wrightsman Diggs & Houck to Occu-
py Swell Quarters.
The members of the legal firm of
Wrightsman Diggs & Houck were
busily engaged yesterday in moving
tlieir furniture and library into their
handsome new quarters on the fifth
door of the First National Hank
building. They will occupy eight
rooms in the building and will have
probably the most extensive office
rooms of any firm in the city. Their
library if not the largest is one of
the large t in the stnte.
The flrr.i comprises a talented legal
trio. Mr. Houck is too well known
in the city to require introduction.
Mr. Wrightsman and Mr. Diggs come
here from Pawnee and are recognis
ed as leaders of their profession. Mr.
Wrightsman is prominently mention
ed for the democratic nomination for
congress in the third district.
Baxter for furniture.
Will Bring Back the Evidence.
W. J. Torbet manager of the Craw-
ford store accompanied hv his wife.
children and sister will leave today
for A Week's visit with nn M trianA
of the family L. A. Mathews on the
latter' farm near Collinsville. Mr.
Torbet says that he isn't coming back
with any fish stories that he ClUinpf.
authenticate hut to avoid all
Versy on the mutter lias purchased a
kodak the which and several fish
that come into his net will have their
pictures taken and thn nhotna will
settle all dispute in regard to the
IS NEARINO COMPLETION.
Bank of Commerce Building Soon
Ready for Occupancy.
The exterior of the Hank of Com-
merce building at the corner of Sec-
md and Main has been completed
mil the windows and doors installed.
The main entrance to the bank bns
been embellished with a pair of very
fine looking doors which lend added
beeuty to the building. The interior
will soon be completed and the struc-
ture ready for occupancy.
Osteopathy regulates the nerve
force and circulation of the blood and
raises the vitality of the patient so
hat life is really worth living. While
-uiteil to all ages it is especially help-
ful to elderly people. Dr. Pleak will
be pleased to confer with you about
vour condition examination is free
it office 315 S. Klwood Ave. Phone
We have neither the space nor the inclination to
"carry oer" summer suit' the reason we havd
divided our entire stock of such suits into two lots
and put a price on them which cannot be resisted.
I rT ' YOURCHOCE fco 7C
LU! rs Per Suit 4- ( O
Come in and Inspect them. They are genuine hona fide
bargains. Should you wish some things in a three-piece suit
for either dress or street wear we are in a position to take ex-
ceptionally good care of you. For $10 $12.50 and $15 we show
you the season's choicest patterns In either single or double
The fall styles in the STETSON SHOE. We e exclusive
gents for this world famous high grade foot wear as also for
the Ralston Health $4.00 shoe and the Fellow Craft $3.50 shoe.
New Sl irts
Ne Ne. kwear
Nobby Styles an 1
Tips to Travelers:
AO EE carries a
well line of trunks
Suit Cases and
a trip don't forget
203 MAIN STREET
STICKS IN THE STOMACH
Feeling That Often Comet to People
With Weak Digestion.
A poor sufferer from weak indi-
gestion once snid that his stomach
felt as though it was filled with sticks
and as though some of them were on
fire and burning aim up inside.
When (he stomach and the oans
of digestion and nutrition are weak-
ened and do not act properly the
symptoms of ill health that follow
are many and varied. There is often
a feeling of heaviness in the stom-
ach there is distress and nervous-
ness dizziness nausea nervous and
sick headneljes inability to aleep
well pains in the aide and limbs
leeki before" the eyes and a general
peevish irritable condition.
All these troubles are the direct
result of indigestion. Cure this by
gtrngtliening the stomach and diges-
tive system with Mi-o-na stomach
tablets and your symptoms of ill
health will vanish like dew before
the morning sun; life will be joyous
and digestion will be so natural that
you will forget you have a stoma." h.
Mi-o-nn tablets cost but 50c a box
and are sold by Khnckle Drug Com-
pany under an absolute guarantee
that they will be successful in every
case where used according to direc
tions or money will be refunded.
T 1- rr :
MAIN LINE FLOUR IS THE BEST
MADE A BIO SALE.
BRYAN AND PARTY IN ROME.
St. Louis Market".
No. 2 red cash on track 6i i(n"0i
No. 2 hard (!).
Sept (iSli range 67'Vu
Iee 72 asked range 71i(((i72.
Mav 704 D'd r"Pe 7"'i((i76Vi.
No. 2 on track f)0(;0i.
No. 2 white .r)2"2.
fpt '"i asked range 471sO?7:?Jl.
Dee 42-";s bid range 424(ii 42-(cf
Mny 43i2 bid range A:iV2:
S' o. 2 on track. 32(ff32V2-
No. 2 white 33'234.
Sept 31V4 bid.
MAIN LINE FLOUR IS THE BEST
A MUSKOGEE PIPE.
Says Senatorial Com mitt It to Stay
Special to the World.
Muskogee Aug 11. The senator-
ial investigation committee comssed
of Senators Clark of Wyoming; Clark
of Montana; Long of Kansas; Teller
of Colorado and Hrandegar of Con-
necticut will likely pav a flving visit
to the Indian Territory the latter
part of August or the first of Septem
her to make arrangements for a thor
ough investigation into territorial
It is likely that the committee will
spend the major portion of their time
in ami about Muskogee as it is a
central Miint to reacb all outlying
districts of the Indian Territory.
The committee will hold non-pariis-
Visit the Roman Fornm the Cata-
combs and St. Peter't.
Rome Aug. 11. William J. Bry-
an and bis party spent the day sight
seeing here visited St. Peter't the
Roman forum 1he ftfliseum the
Appian way and the catacombs. Mr.
Bryan did not see the pope having
had an audience iwth him at the time
of his former visit to Rome. The
American party left Rome for Lu
gano this evening
MAIN LINE FLOUR 18 THE BEST
A Business and Pleasure Trip.
Mrs. W. R Kilmer left last night
for an extended visit with friends and
relatives in Rock Island 111. Before
returning home Mrs. Kilmer will go
to Chicago New York and Philadel-
phia lo buy fall and winler stipptv of
wall paer and the like for the TuNa
iV'orntiiiir company. She w ill V gone
about a ii'i'dih.
The Sunday dinner at the popular
Merchants' Cafe are receiving much
favorable comment. There is no ne
for a family tt go to the trouble of
cooking a Sunday dinner when fhe
kind that mother makes is found af
the Merchants' Cafe at popular
Ohio Man Will Build s Brick at Sec
ond and Cincinnati.
F.. .T. Hnvward. cashier of the
Farmers' National Bank of Marion
Ohio yesterday purchased from the
Biiel-Rodolf Investment company the
east .') feet in lot 1. block 1W. at
Second and Cincinnati streets. Mr.
Hayward announces his intention to
begin soon the erection of a brick
business building; on his newly acquir-
MAIN LINE FLOUR IS THE BEST
Did You See those
That's one of the things you can
do If you have Electricity . . .
Crawford Only Slightly Hut
W.ul.imrtrm Alimikt 11. Major
Samuel Crawford of the Philippine
constabulary who was one oi ine
nflWra nnnt-tt In have beCH flred
upon by hostile Igorrotet in northern
Luiion a few dayt ago was noi ser
iously injured. A dispaten reeeiveo
K ii k..r...i nf insular affairs to-
dav from Manila in answer to in-
nniries about Maj. Crawford stated
iu-i i. .in-b nn the wrist by
inni in .. " .... .
an arrow but suffered only a slight
Boys Two Fine Blft.
Oeonre 0. Bavne hat purchased
from W. B. Frederick the Implement
and Vehicle dealer a magnificent
phaeton and a Weeteott Greenwood
These art among the handsomest
Aides erer shipped to Tulsa.
IF YOU HAVENT GOT IT SEE
and have them put It In for you
WARM WEATHER WILL' HELP
Now is the Tim to Get Rid of Your
Catarrh by Using Hyomel
J.'vrv una who ia afflicted with ca-
t.n-h akmiM take advantage of the
warm weather to get rid of this an
noying and distressing disease ror
the right treatment in August nu
September will give benefit much
more quickly than in me winier ami
The germ killing and health giving
Hyomei when breathed in the summer
mouths haa an even more beneficial
action than when nsed in the eolder
weather. It is Nature 'a own Remedy
for the eure of catarrh. It goes to
the moat remote air cells in the note
throat and lungs killing and dririmj
from the tyttem the catarrh germs.
Hyomei is the simplest most pleas-
ant and the only guaranteed cure for
catarrh that bias even been diaeortred.
It it sold by Shackle Drog Co. under
a guarantee to refund the money if
it does not give complete satisfaction.
At this season of the year the first
day 'a use of Hyomei will show a de-
cided improvement in health and in
t short time there will be no further
trouble from catarrh.
Yon take no risk in buying Hyo-
mei The compete outfit coats but fl
extra bottles 60c and if after using
vnn kav it hat not helped vou. Shack
le Drug Company will return your
Say are you looking for furniture.
Baxter it looking for you .at hit
store. J. & E. block. 8-7-6t
The Merchants' Cate Sunday din-
ner is noted for its taMines and ex-
cellence. It is especially fine for fam-
ilies who do not wish to go to the
trouble of preparing a hot dinner on
8unday. The prices are popular.
SULTAN OF TURKEY ILL.
Indisposition Results in Cancelling;
of Belslmick In Constantinople
Vienna August 10. According to
a message received hart from Con-
stantinople the indisposition of the
sultan has made necessary the can-
celling of today's selalmik. The for-
eign representatives who had assem-
bled to witness the ceremony with-
drew when this became known and
the troops stationed at the spot wer
It is known that tht sultan most
undergo sn operstion and it is be-
lieved that he has already done to
Thit news of the sultan's ill health
bas awakened deep interest here.
Say are yon looking for furniture.
Bsxter is looking for yon at hi
store. J. 4 E. block 8-741
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