The Drumright Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1914 Page: 1 of 10
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Drumright, Creek County, Oklahoma.
18 Li>l 4.
J. g, Benn&Tt,
Kellie M. Roach
Geo. J, Ames
THE DRUMRIGHT STATE SANK
Your deposits iu this bank are protected by the
Depositors Guarantee Fund of ihe State of Oklahoma
and are absolutely safe,
PRODUCTION Of OIL ON
DEC. 10,263,302 BBLS.
Umpire's Report Shows Several
Companies Ahead of Prairie
in Their Daily Output.
An Up To-Date Hospital to be
Established Here at Once.
The report of A. E. Watts, j
Oil umpire, for December 10j
shows a total production of 263,-1
382 barrels. Thie report, of i
course, did not include many of < u p..,. , ,, ...
^ t , , | However, Mr. Dilts tells us that
the larger wells that have been . • . . , .. .
b ! he is not going to wait for the
: completion of the building but
1 has arranged for temporary
Drumright will have a hos
pit'land that right soon. Mr.
Dills has been here for the last
ten days locking into the posi-
bilities of such an institution.
He has procured a site and a
building will be erected at once.
j ly increased the production con-
siderably, notwithstanding the,
natural decline in the old pool I quarters and will apen his hos-
These columns predicted Sunday , *}*[ ■mmed.ately on the arrival
morning that before the end of °f Mre; Mari° Dl]ts, the first 0f
this week the total would exceed ,the WGek' Mrs" Dilt9 13 a B1'ad'
280,000, and the probabilities are uate nu\se a"d ha,s had 0 years
HAS SANTA FE T
OVER MIDLAND VALLEY
Reported Here 1 hat Deal Has
Believed That The Santa Fe
Plans Many Extensions in
Has the Santa Fe taken over
the Midland Valley?
For some time it has been
known that negotiations toward
that end have been pending, and
from a well authenticated source ^
receired in Tulsa yesterday, the j|
deal has been consummated.
If this is true it will be a
great thing for Tulsa, and it c:m ,
be said with certainty that if I
this deal has been really closed,
it will mean that the Sante i t
has in view further improve
menta in Tulsa and in this sec-
tion of the country.
It is not improbable that the
Santa Fe will in the near fulu.'i
build a line from Tulsa to Cuih
It has also been talked of thai
the Santa Fe would build a lin
from Tulsa direct t> Shawnee,
going through Sapulpa. '£< in-
line, if constructed, would short
en the main California line of the
Santa Fe more than sixty miles,
and put Tulsa on the main line
The construction ol th.-se lines
and the taking over of the Mid
land Valley would mean shops
for Tulsa, and make this the
greatest railway center of the
The Santa Fe ha? not a shop of
any consequence in the state;
neither road have shops there
now, but the selling of the Mid
lad Valley would mean shop3 for
Tuha, and tha principal reason
is that they have not sufficient
quantities of steam coal-
There is underlying the earth
in and abound Tulsa ample sup-
ply of this coal, and also there
exists logs of oil wells that will
Washington, Dec. 8.—A bill by
Representative Murray of Okla
homa creates a new Federal ju-
dicial district in that State, to be
known as the Southern District.
Oage, Lincoln and Pottawatomie
Counties are to be transferred
from the Western to the Eastern
District, and Shawnee made a
court town. All that portion of
the present Eastern District ly-
ing north of the Canadian Rive:
is to remain the E i te; ti Di irict
while thai part south of the riv
er, comprising the Choctaw ant
Chicasaw Natio is-', is tj be t ic
no ,v Southern District.
practical woik in hospitals. Mr.
Dilts is a brother-in-law of Dr.
Blachly and comes here from
tha it is more than that figure
at this time, according to the fig-
ures of umpire for (lie 10th inst.
1 here are more than twenty
wells in the north end alone
which are on top of the sand,
and many in the south'end, and
should they be brought in the
totals will reach considerably
more than 300,000 barrels a day.
On account of tbe pipeline of
the White & Sinclair affiliated
companies, wells belonging to the After deliberating for more
Numa, the Oil Production compa-, than a day the jury in the Kelly
ny, the Only Oil company, and Reed case was discharged Wed-
tln Kathleen, no doubt will be nesday evening. Ten were for
drilled in at once, as White & conviction and two for acquittal.
Sinclair are amply provided with j It i3 reported that this was the
tankage to care for the surplus attitude of the jury from the
Couid Not Aree in
Kelly Reed Case.
THE M. and B. COMPANY
SKIN, INTERIOR, EXTERIOR WORK
C. D. BLACHLY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Located at Dr. Havely's old office.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING
Stove connections made promptly.
With Herrmann & Dinlus.
Office corner Broadway and Ohio. Phono No. 1
II. S. BLAIR
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Office with Drumright Derrick, Drumright, Okla,
DR. II A. JERGESEN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office at Gem Pharmacy, East Broadway, South
CARPENTERS, JOINERS AND BUILDERS
If you contemplate building or repairing con-
suit us. May be found any evening at Fobroys
Hardware. PHONE 14
Mr. :! id
j . iinr-y S.i.u
were the recipients this w:ek ol
a barrel of ooJ things to eat,
which C iin j fro n Custar, Ohio.
The barrel contained jams, jel-
iiai f.-uits and go >d pork sausage.
Ci • cs Canlaia
The Methodist Sunday school
.vill < ive a Christmas cantato at
:hurch on Christmas eve,
This will also hold good with
the Mc-Man Oil company, which
is able to take care of its oil, with
| its Cosden and Chanute lines and
three of its own, and in addition
io the fact that the company i9
building 55,000-barrel tanks at
| the rat} of four a week
The report of the 10th shows
j Mc:Man to be the largest pro-
ducer by far, with a daily pro-
| duction of 44,622 barrels, which
now is more than fifty-five
The While & Sinclair compa-
! nies are second with a daily pro
I duction of 33 -312 on the 10th, but
j which is now close to fifty thous-
These figures put the Prairie
i Oil & Gas Co away down in the
"Mr. Frank Hite, while har-
nessing a broncho last Wednes-
day was kicked just south of his
i)ec- 24. Everybody is cordially | 'Ine 'n P°mt of total production,
invited. ; having on the 10th but 17,865
barrels a day.
The E. Yarholailea.se of John
II. Markam Jr showed on the
10th a total production of 20,032
barrels, or more than the total
product of the Prairie by 3,167
The stork called at Judge
Roskhold's Mmdiy night at
about midnight, and left a find
boy. Mother and child doing
well, and the Judge "is getting
along as well as could be ex
pected" for a man of h;s age.
W. M. Fuikerson is putting a
neat buildine on the corner
Last Saturday, the postmaster
here was telephoned from Cush-
ing that the mother of Jack W.
Ruhl was dead at Lebanon, Mo
He was unable to locate Mr.
Ruhl and he may not know yet
that his beet friend on earth has
For your complexion and liv
er's sake, take Vegetable Liver
Capsules. For sale by Elmer J.
How Thoy St ind.
According to the figures of the
10th Mc-Man had 6,300 barrels
m re than the White & Sinclair
companies; 26,737 barrels than
the Prairie; and White & Sinclair
had 20 447 barrels more than the
The Thomas Conner lease of
the Mc-Man company, with but
six wells on the 80 acres, pro-
duced 19,880 barr#lson the 10th,
more than the total production
of the Prairie, with 15 leaseholds
and 52 wells.—Tulsa World
—eport of the Condition of
The Drumright State Bank
Of Drumright, Oklahoma.
At the Close of Business Dec.
Loans and Discounts $166,820.<U
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1.249.52
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc. 83,161.54
Hanking House 3,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,700.00
Due from Dunks 70,927.87
Checks and Qthtr Cash Items 4,999.91
Securities Ranking Board 500.00
Cash In Bftnk 14,6(51.39
Time Checks 661,70
Total - .$297,201.67
Capital Stock Paid In $ 20,000.00
Undivided Profits, less
Expenses and Taxes Paid .... 4,088.06
Individual Deposits, subject to check 262,744.66
Time Certificates ef Deposit... 14,732.06
Cashier's Chscks Outstanding: 6.M6.81
Sti.t j of Oklahoma, County of Creek, SS:
I, J. 11. Hulme, Cashier of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be-
lief, so help me God.
J. H. HULME, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th
day of Dec., 1914.
F. M. FOSTER, Notary Public.
Correct - A ttb8t
J. Q. Bennett,
Dr. )V. E Stewart
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Office: Lutt-Sitterly Blng. Phone 379
Kl-ro-pra-ctic Nerve Specialist
I mak^ a specialty of all chronic
diseases, including all kinds of
bowel, stomach and female
trouble. Consultation and ex-
amination FREE, 1-2
south c! Drumright State Bank.*
Aut° Repair and Supply. All work KuaranU*
A. B. ROCKHOLD
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public.
Office at the City Hall.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT NO.
Office first door west of McLaury A Co',. F
Store. Tiger, Oklahoma,
DR. C OF FIELD
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
ea,t of the Drumright Tel. Exchang*
Phone 34 East Broadway ) ^'
DR. C. K. IIAVELY
Snow again yeiterday was
Work was begun Tuesday on a
good crossing on Broadway from
Fall's dry goods store to The
Leader Store. This ia badly
needed, and a few more should
be put across that street for the
protection of footmen. The
work is being done by some of
the enterprising business men on
il. H. Wells has taken the con-
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
OVER BRIDGE HOTEL
C. WEBB. Proprietor
Board and Rooms. G d M^als. Nice Rooms ,
Efficient Service. Give us a trial.
For Sheet Music and Piano
Benches go to Marcus Furniture
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Blair, H. S. The Drumright Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1914, newspaper, December 18, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc147784/m1/1/: accessed July 15, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.