Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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Whole No. 938
GARBER, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1917.
VOL. XVIII. NO. 30
The Great Alliance
The Officers and Directors of this Bank
are joined together with the State Guaran-
ty Law to give you the Best Service and
the Greatest Security that can possibly be
Our knowledge of local conditions
means the Best Service to you.
The protection of the Depositors Guar-
anty Law means the Best Security for you.
Security and Service both at
The Farmers State Bank
4 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits
MOVING INTO FIELD
Gunaburg & Foreman'(Southwestern
Petroleum company) has let the
drilling contract for No, 1 on theO.
Dively farm, nw 24-22 4 west. The
producing wells are In a few feet of
this property [and will eoon force
drilling unless they start foot., • «
The Magnolia Petroleum company
is preparing to open up their acreage
ai d material is arriving for them,
Two more companies have proven
acreage in the shallow field here and
will likely move in soon. The Roxana
Petroleum company has the Shraeder
farm, the S'.v 18 22 3 west, which is
between the Whitney well and the
main groop of producers'. Marland &
Cosden has the so 13-22 4 west, the
If you are between the ages of 21 and
31 you absolutely must register at
your voting precindt June 5th or go to
jail. Th?re is no getting around it,
•.v better yon are e'.og'abie to draft*!,
not. G. H. Kbert is the registrar for
Garber and Allison township. The
registration booth will be open from
7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Stine Well Flows
to Top of Derrick
When The Pipe Was Raised This
Well Two and a Half Miles South
of Garber Made Two Flows To
The Top of Rig From The
Pay Sands Passed
KISNER GETS GOOD WELL AT
1140 FEET. IT POINTS THAT
THE MAIN POOL IS NORTH
extension of the field to northeast,
The Garlield Oil company has been
Ashing far tools at 1660 feet in No. 1
Whitney farm, ne 18-22 3 west, since
The same company is drilling at
around 1CD0 feet on the Hartley farm,
with a machine, an ollset to the west
of the Whitney, in the northeast
corner, nw 18 22 3 west.
The same company is rigging up on
the Lynds farm, an offset to the north
of the Hartley, in the southeast corner
sw 7-22-3 west.
Needs A Revival
Garber is badly in need of a revival
said the advance man for Dr. Floyd
John Evans, D. S. T., the evangelist,
who is coming June 1st, to ho d a big
religious revival here under canvas.
He stated that while here Tuesday he
school land just north of the Belveal saw a man trying to cut the heart out
farm. Also, the Or'er Oil company i of another man with a knite. The
has the Marlev farm, the se 7 22-3 ---entiuol is very sure that this is a
west, which is just north of the jwicked thil>g to do. but wishes to
Whitney well and is really proven | 'tate that whittling out hearts is not
, u'ff common practice in Garber.
Garber is more lively now than in
many years, caused by the developing
of the oil Held here. The town had
been quiet for several years owing t i
poor crops- While, Garber is the
scene of much activity the town is
not wicked just because we have
numbers of oil field workmen here
Many people seem to think tbut an
oil town is a wide open town.
However, Dr. Evans can do a great
work here. No placo on earth is
perfect, or any person tor that matter.
He comes with a wonderful record.
He is closing a big meeting at Hunter.
The Hunter Enterprise states that
up to May 24th there has been a total
of 336 religious conversions, restorat-
ions, letters and reconsecrations at
the Hunter revival,
The Carter Oil company is having
trouble with the casing freezing in
No. I Stine farm, ne 12-22-4 west, two
and a half miles south of Garber
While pulling on it Saturday the
crown block pulled in and the crew
narrowly escaped with tbelr lives,
The pipe was raised up to the showing
at. 2250 feet and the accumulated oil
and gas in this sand and the pay
streak at ^303 feet made two fluws to
the top of the derrick, This caused
much local excitement. The import
ant feature of the IIjws is that little
The most interesting news of the
week Is the ilnding of the shallow oil
at 1140 feet on the Klsner farm, in the
southwest corner nw 19 22 3 west,
This is a half mile north of Hoy No.
l—nie discovery-well of ths held. It, is
up oil the bottom of lilack Bear creek
and ou much higher ground than the
main groop of wells and finding the
pay sand at practically the same depth
came ai a surprise as it was generally
estimated to 50 or 75 feet deeper there.
The pipe is being seat, d to the sand
today and it will not be completer!
before Friday or Saturday but is show-
ing up to be a good producer. The
Kisner well dots not prove anymore I feet in No. 9 on the Hoy farm, ne
acreage : i the W^'tney well proved the 125-22-4 west.
The same cotnpauy is in 30 feet of
the bottom of the hole in the deep
test on the Campbell farm, ne30 22 3
west. This is the best news from this
well iti three months. Bottom^of hole
The same company is drilling at 550
feet on the Belveal farm, ne 24 22-4
The same company is drilling in No,
7 on the Walker farm, se 24 22-4 west.
It is on the west line. Top of sand
1120 feet. No. 8 is rigging up on the
we3t line acd is one location of the
The same compauy is drilling at 250
Banl^iQg is Co-OpsratioQ
This is YOUR BANK.
Your bankiog transactions are a oecessary
arjd desirable part of tljis lostitution's business.
Banking is co-operatior).
Every Officer arjd Employee aims to co-operate
and furrjisl) you witl) n)axin>um banking efficiency.
You will find every persor) on the Staff of tbis in.
stitutiou pleasant and courteous.
You have every reason to feel at home IN THIS
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F. H- HECKENDORN.
RAY S. KELTNER
The same company has made a
location on the H H, Gilpin farm, nw
On Searcy Farm
The Algiers Oil company spudded
in last Thursday on the Searcy farm
ih the southeast corner ne 15-22-4 west
The drilling contract is for 2500 feet
and of course if goo^iay is not found
at that depth it will go on down to
3000 or 3.i0 ) feet. It "is a good heavy
rig. The chance for shallow product-
ion is not very good as the Murphy
and Dively wells which only had a
showing in the shallow sand are
between It and the proven field which
is two miles southwest. It is now
down 400 feet.
The Buffalo Oil it (las company
baj taken over the Willis well 'on the
Neihus farm, se 13 22 5 west, which is
about 400 feet deep. The company
slates that it will immediately deepeu
Champiin is drilling at 1160 feet in
No. 8 ou the Beggs farm, sw 24-22-4
went. No. 9 is drilling at 850 feet.
Tore Down Rigs
'lhe Gaifield Oil company tore dowu
the rig ou the Shaffer farm iu the
uorthwest corner se 18 22 3 west, to
move it back further from the line to
avoid offsetting. The rigs on Klsner
ucrtbeast quarter in section 19 same
township and on the Walker school
land, southeast corner ne 13 22 4 will
likely also be moved back from the
The Quadrangle Petroleum company
is to Bpud in today on the Harrington
farm, The exact location is in the
northeast corner se 9 22 3 west, two
and a hail miles east and a half north
of the Whitney well. The tools were
moved in this week."
(Jarber is building to meet the
actual demands made ou the town
With four or five more companies
active and the Garfield running thirty
strings of tools there will be a
vionderful showing in the shallow
field here in the pext few months,
The l'rairie Oil & (las company is
drilling below 1235 feet on the
Widderman farm in 3"-22 3 west.
The Niarg Oil company on the Alex
Campbell farm north of Brecken-
r dge Is drilling b;-low 1200 feet in the
Bouthepst corner se 5-22-5 west.
The Q uadrangle Petroleum company
moved in tools- Tuesday to their
location in section 9 22 3 west, ahead
ol shallow production to the northeast.
N£xt week the Sentinel will give a
report on every drilling well in this
The ebower of over half inch of rain
which fell here early Sunday morning
was not general but it insures a very
good wheat crop here.
R. M. Elair;, Editor Enid News,
accompanied by M, \V. Truitt, of the
Quadrangle Petroleum company, were
visitors in the Garber Oil Field
I Mr, and Mrs S H. l'eters are
camping in their strawberry patch
just north of town. The berries are
very nice this year.
There was a nice program here
Decoration day aud the day was
pleasant. The Sentinel lacks room
and space to give It the notico It
lt-jy Eaton, who has been principal
of the Jefferson schools the past two
years, will teach this year at Garber.—
Waukomis Hornet. Prof, Eaton
comes highly recommended as an
f he Garber schools closed a ver^
successful year Saturday with a
picnic at the Landi<^;rove ou lied
Hock creek. Friday night the high
school gave an excellant banquet and
Oil in Wildcat ?
lhe rumor that the Oklahoma lie
lining company has struck oil ou the
Savage farm in ne 29-22-4 west, east of
Fairmont, cannot be verified this even,
iug. The telephone reports say it at
least has a showing,
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