Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 223, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 27, 1920 Page: 3 of 18
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SUNDAY JUNE 27. 1920."
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' tKorth Lima
Couth Lima .
The field on the south line of Gnr-
in county located In township 1 north
Hind range 3 west looks very promis-
ing and the owners in that locality
Are very much encouraged. So far
the field nan but one well and It lu a
mammoth gasser which was brought
In at a depth of 1380 feet. The tools
from section 10 where the gasser
"was found have been moved back to
section 15 and drilling was begun in
rthe latter section Friday. That well
U now at 1120 feet. The formations
are very similar to those in the well
In 16 except that the oil and gas
showings were better all the way down
and tho well looks bettor for that
reason. The Magnolia has a rig up in
the center of 9 on the Hodges farm.
A location has been made in the cen-
ter of section 10 on the Harris farm.
The company plans to mwatft two
Wrings of tools In that field at litis
timl The well in 15 ought to fie.
drilled to the level of the gns sand
.'ithin a short time and then the next
f.vo wells that will be drilled will be
those In 9 and in in. The Magnolia
Is the discovery company and while
its operations nre being looked to
."with the most interest yet other com-
anies are planning to have tools In
that area soon und something ought
to be known .if the field during the
latter part of the summer. The drill-
ing '.here will probably not be co deep
as is required at Kox and at Hewitt
finfl more rapid pit gress can be made
In the development of the llohberson
Hast of Hewitt
Magnolia Petroleum Company on
Ih" Fmet Hutchinson farm in section
?. 4s-lv. east of Hewitt Is at a
depth nf 2.4S0 feet. The formation Is
(i blue mud and the well is not look-
lii'l very promising. The 5-inch pipe
In being run.
Carier I'ield Offices
r.V.t-r )'! Ci'tnii'iny will move this
-Minln--. v i: from Healdton to Hew-
M ffici-s for the south-
v II be locattd on the
i i action 21 4s-2w. The
J. v ih
1 i :' lv has a large number
: t the big boarding house
;. i;ienli"'i for some time
'!!.' have bfen drilled
ef the people who reside
In ("art "i- CMy and al! the homes nre
li'ii't vry much alike they are all
)'.i'nt"d in tin- same color and the
l; lie town presents a very neat up-prara-iH'C.
Especially does the town
look pood when ccmpured with the
usual buildings that go to make up the
trading points in the oil field.
Deep Test In Prospect
iioxana Pi troleum Company ha."
completed No. 9 Weslheimer & Daube
Jn section 25. 4s-3w In the southeast
extension to Healdton. The total
depth is 2000 feet the production is
good for about 25 barrels. The com-
pany is considering the matter of drill-
ing a deep test on this acreage.
In Healdton Field
Roxana Petroleum Company on the
Horton farm in section 6 4s-3w in
the Healdton field has shut down
well No. 13 and has moved tools back
into No. 12 which is being deepened
in quest of a deeper sand. What
Notice to Savings Depositors
Thursday July 1st is serai-annual Interest-paying date in our
Savings Department and you will please bring In your pass-
book on that dato and lot us credit you with the earned Interest.
is extended to all those who have not yet Joined our Shavings
Department to come in and let us meet you and explain to you
our Savings Plan. We have always heard that Small Amounts
are Fragments of Fortunes and we believe a Savings Account
U the Place to Put them Together. (
Besides whllo you wait for the fortune we will help tho good
work along by paying
4 Per Cent on Saving!) Deposits Interest
j Compounded Beml-Annunllv.
Exchange National Dank of Ardmore
"Always Alert to Serve You''
Burkburnett .. .
Kansas and Oklahoma
Corslcana Heavy .
Ccrslcana Light '..
will be done with No. 13 depends upon
ihe results of deeper drilling in No. 12.
Itoxana Petroleum Company In its
Comanche test In section 16 3s-8w
south of the. Duncan field is drilling
in redbed.4 at SS5 feet.
To Ozark Mountains
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hudson of tho
Magnolia Petroleum Company are look-
ing forward this summer to a vaca-
tion In the Ozark mountains in Arkan-
sas. Mr. Hudson's mother lives in
the region where the mountains are
high where the breezes are cool and
where fish are plentiful. They ex-
pect to spend from three weeks to
a month on their vacation and will
drive through so they will have the
use of their car.
14. A. Simpson has sold to tho Hum-
ble Oil and Refining Company an
undivided one-half Interest in the east
SO acres of the Walker farm In the
southeast quarter of section 9 4s-2w.
Mr. Simpson and the Humble people
are now interested together in three
different tracts. The other two are
the Stroman farm in 23 and the
Walker in 21.
A Rig (Josser "
A report from the Velin.i district in
Stephens county states that the Mc-
Ourtuin Oil Company in set'tlnn 4 2s-
r.w has a gaB well at 370 feet that
is an unusual producer fur this depth.
If is estimated that the well Js making
twenty million feet.
Made Duncan oCmplelion
Weslheimer & Daube No. 1 Moloney
In 4 2sSw in the Duncan- field off-
setting the Hamon & Ketch well in
3:5 Is-Sw has been drilled into the
sand and has an initial production ol
about 1000 barrels. These people
have three other wills on the sand
on the same farm and the next one
will be drilled in about Tuesday or
Wednesday of this week.
On (be Ward Farm
Curler Oil Company No. 1 Ward
farm in section 21 4s-2v is making
barrels. No. 2 is spudding1; No. 3
is a nir; No. 4 is a location; No. 3
is fishing; No. 6 is drilling in lime
rock ft 72"i feet; Ncs. 7 and 8 arc
rigs; No. 9 Is firming at 1.6D5 feet;
No. 10 is drilling at 1350 feet; No.
11 is raging up rotary; No. 12 is a
locution; No. 13 is a rig and No. 14
is moving in a steel rig.
Carter Oil Company No. 1 Snellen-
berger in 16 4s-2w is making 267
barrels and No. 2 is a rig.
On the .Mullen
Carter Oil Company is rigging up
Nil. 1 on tho Mullen farm in section
On (bo Woodruff
Carter Oil Company No. 1 Wood-
ruff In section 15 4s-2w is making 125
barrels; No. 3 is drilling In blue shale
at 1650 feet; No 4 is at a depth of
1485 feet and is running the tubing;
No. 5 is underreaming the 8 1-4-inch
pipe at 645 feet; No. 6 standardizing
the tools: No. 7 is rigging up rotary;
Nun. 8 mid U utid 10 Ib u location.
Carter Oil Company on thn Kva
Hefner farm In 2S 4-2w Ih under-
foaming the 10-Inch at 1290 feet.
Curter Oil Company on the Hani
lltui on the south line of 23 4s-2w
is at a depth of 2.1S7 feut.
Curtor Oil Company on the 1'olund
In section 23 4s-2w has reached a
depth of 2124 feet and la taking
down the rotary.
On Joint acreage owned by the
Heoldlon Potroleuin Company and the
Lone Star Gas Company in section 13-3s-4w
the Lone Star has made a loca-
tun in nation lS-lis-tw. The aame com-
pany on the same acreage has also
made a location on the J. 3. Mullen
farm in the northwest corner of ths
SW NW of section 21-3s4w. In this
township the company Is drilling in
soction 17 and 32 and baa a machine
moved into section 8. That township
must look very promising to Induce
the Lone Star to be so active.
Here From Shreveport
Frank A. Plerce who is in the oil
business in Shreveport is here on a
visit with old time friends. He win
probably go to Oklahoma City ana
spend a few days With bis partner
Walter Gant before returning to bis
Carter Oil Company No. 1 Hef-
ner farm In section 22-4s-2w is making
225 barels. No. 2 160 barrels. No. S
210 barels. No. 4 30 barrels anil Is
fishing. No. 5 120 barrels. No. 6 6b
barrels. No. 7 100 barrels. No. 8 130
barrels. No. 9 160 barrels. No. 10
115 barrels. No 11 145 barrols and
No. 12 is a rig.
Carter Oil Company No 1 Noble
farm in section 21-4s-2w is making 63
barrels. No 2 is pulling the 6 3-16-inch
pipe No 3 is making 50 barrels
No 4 230 barrels No 5 350 barrels
No 6 80 barrels No 7 100 barrels.
No 8 420 barrels. No 12 95 barrels
No 13 305 barrels No 14 200 barrels.
No 15 210 barrels No 18 85 barrels
No 18 105 barrels No 19 is at a
depth of 1615 feet and is rigging up
standard tools No 20 is drilling at
915 feet rigs are up for Nog 21 22
In Carter County
Magnolia Petroleum Company Is get-
ting ready to develop the W. I.
Cruce farm in the northeast corner
of section 16-4s-2w. The Anderson &
Simpson well in the southeast cor-
ner of 9 offsets this acreage drilling
is being done JUHt south of the prop-
erty in the same section and loca-
tions have been made at the east
of it on the Hexroat property. The
Magnolia has staked the locations
and is now building a tool house and
will build a garage and also homes
for the men employed on the farm.
It Is not the intention of the company
to begin immediate drilling operations
on this farm unless it becomes neces-
sary to protect ofsots.
On the Griffin farm on the north
line of section 26-4s-2w the company
is carrying the 12 1-2 inch and is
drilling at 680 feet.
No. 3 well on the Woodruff farm in
section 13-4s-2w is drilling at 200 feet
and rigs are building for Nos. 4 5
and 6. The company has a 4-incn
pipe line from Healdton field to this
farm and is running its own pro-
duction In Stephens County
Magnolia Petroleum Company Etta
Martin No. 1 in section ll-2s-5
is drilling at 1080 feet. Well No. 2 Is
drilling at 680 feet. No. 1 on the Rob
berson farm in ll-2s-5w offsetting the
Ed Martin farm on tho east is drilling
at 300 feet. The company is rigging un
on the Blalock farm in 14-2s-5w. A
star machine has been moved to the
J. R. Frensley farm in section 36-ls-5w.
The company has a pipe line to
this area and Is taking care of Its
own production and also of the othet'
producers in this area. The well m
the Morrison farm east of Duncan
In ll-ls-6w is drilling at 350 feet.
Gypsy Oil Company
Gypsy Oil Company is drilling a new
well on the Bowers farm in section
13-2a-4w at 350 feet. No 10 on the L.
Sims farm in the same section is drill-
ing at 623 feet. The and level is at
1100 feet. The company is also deep-
ening No. 3 on the Llndersralth farm
In section 29-2s-3w In the Fox dis-
trict. The eight-inch will have to be
cemented before drilling is resumed.
Humble Drilling Reports
Dillard No. 2 in section !2-4s-2
is completed at 1540 feet. No. 3 Is
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drilling in hard sand at '365 feet. No.
4 Is rigging up.
Oazzaway No. 1 In section lS-4s-2w
is drilling in blue shale at 590 feet.
No. 2 Is a rig. No. 3 is building a
rig. No. 4 is rigging up standard
Horton No. 1 in section 21-4s 2w
has the casing set at 2087 feet.
No. 2 is ready to start drilling. No.
3 Is a rig.
Okla Dillard No. 1 in section 22-4s-2w
is drilling deeper They think
they are on top of another sand at
1492 foet. No. 2 is fishing for a lost
bit and drill stem at 1349 feet.
No. 4 la rigging up standard tools.
Stroman No. 2 la section 23-4s-2w
is bailing preparatory to drilling out
the plug at 2000 feet. No. 3 Is
drilling in sand at 1913 feet. No.
4 is repairing the rig at 720 feet.
No. 5 is repairing the Jack post at
370 feet. No. 6 is moving in timbers.
Voorhees No. 1 in section 21-4s-2w
Is rigging up after repairing
rig at 1682 feet. No. 2 is cleaning
out at 1550 foet.
Walker No. 1 in section 21-4s-2
is still in oil at 2370 feet. No. 2
is underreaming from 1676-1679 feet.
They are now down 1755 feet. No.
3 is building a rig.
Ward No. 1 in section 22-4s-2w set
a liner at 2140 feet. No. 2 is clean-
ing out the hole at 2155 feet. No. 3
has a liner set and is preparing to
drill deeper at 1995 feet. No. 4 Is
preparing to drill deeper. They are
now down 2063 feet deep.
Howaokla Oil Company No. 1 In
section 26-4s-2w is pumping. No. 3
Is drilling around 300 feet.
Caddo Petroleum Company well No.
1 on the Dougherty farm in section
17-4s-2w has finished cementing the
pipe at 1930 feet and they are now
standardizing the rig.
Simpson et al. on the Walker farm
In section 9-4s-2w completed the fish-
ing Job yesterday when tbey got the
tools out of the hole at 1.100 feet.
This well had been held up several
days. They are now drilling deeper.
Templeton Oil Corporation well No.
1 on the Ambrister farm In section
15-4s-2w Is underreaming the 12 1-2
Inch casing at 900 feet. No. 1 on ths
Troope farm in section 25-4s-2w is
drilling at 225 feet.
Magna Oil and Refining Company
wells No. 1 2 and 3 on the Champion
farm in section 27-4s-2w are produc-
ing. No. 4 is drilling at 1150 feet. No.
5 got the lost tools out of the hole
yesterday and they are now drilling
deeper at 1490 feet.
First Wheat at Tulsa
Tulsa Okla. June 26. The first
load of wheat delivered In Tulsa this
season arrived today. It tested 55
pounds and sold for 12.50 a bushel.
Washington. Announcement was i
made that the railway labor board
would announce Its wage award on
or before July 20.
READ ARDMOREITE WANT ADS
Especially Featured This Week by
Merits of the
1 should wash perfectly if proper
precautions are taken when wash-
ing. Features most attractive to chil-
dren Large collar; Large pock-
ets; Full Girdel and Sash Or-
3 Bottom of dres3 held together by
finest quality washable elastic
giving dress hobble effect but
still at comfortabel as any dress
with ordinary bottom.
4 Tapes attached to bottom and
buttoned on pocket keep bottom
of dress in same position -it al!
times showing "Harem Effect."
5 Can be altered to a dress with
ordinary bottom by merely ex-
tracting elastic as the width of
the botom is the same as any
garment and has & finished hem.
When the International Scout Jubi-
lee Is held In London the early part
of July Ardmore will be represented
by two wide-awako youngsters James
Dolman and Robert Hefner members
of the local scout organization the
former who ranks a life scout and the
other first class scout.
The boys accompanied by Mr. and
Mn. L .S. Dolman will leave Ard-
more tomorrow night for New York
City where they will be stationed at
Camp Hamilton until the morning of
July 5 when they eall for Europe.
They will tie with a group of 200
scouts gathered from all over the
L'nlted States and In London will
meet with scouts from England Tiel-
gium France and other countries for
a big Jubilee. Following the Jubilee
It is planned that the scouts will tour
the battlefields of France and Pel-
glum returning to the l'nlted States
early In September.
The scouts will sail on the V. S.
S. Pocahontas furnished free of cost
to them by the government. Tho
return trip home will also be pro-
vided by the government.
oS far as is known Ardmore Is the
only city in Oklahoma that will have
representatives at the big Jubilee and
this honor is something of which the
entire citizenship might well be proud.
Organized less than a year ago
scouting in Ardmore has gone for-
ward with success and its future
growth seems assured when it is
realized that scouting is recognized
throughout the world as an organiza-
tion for boys unequaled In point of
manly training and moral develop-
ment. Hoys of every creed and nationality
are members of tho organization and
Ardmore should continue to lend every
encouragement to Its local organiza-
tion. OKLAHOMA CITY
Oklahoma City. June 26. CATTLE;
receipts 500; for week. Steers steady
to 25 cents lower. Butcher cattle
steady; calves $1 higher; Blockers and
feeders slow about steady. Steers
3S.0012.00; cows and heifers $6.50
10.50; calves $5.0011.00; stockers
and feeders $3.508.00.
HOGS: receipts 100; steady. Top
$15.50; bulk $14.7515.40. For week
50 to 60 cents higher; stockers 75c to
Forgives Woman Who Shot Him
Chicago June 26. Kttty Gordon ac-
tress and sister-in-law of Lady Dec-
les who accidentally shot Joe Haiic
another actor during her act In the
theatre here today ended Hack's
stage days he declared In a hospital
today where he was slowly recovering-
Hack is a hand balancer in an ac-
robatic troupe and the bullet ho re-
ceived through his arm has ruined
his occupation he says despite which
fact he has already forgiven Miss
These dresses are shown is Voiles Organdies Ginghams Chambray and
Dotted Swiss. Large collars sash of Organdy and beautifully designed.
Figured patterns plaid designs flowered materials and those of solid
color are all included in this most unusual showing of Play Dresses of
quality for little Misses.
The sizes run from 6 to 12 years.
They wash wonderfully and every mothe rof small girls should attend
This Store Closes Through
July and August on Fridays
at 1 p. m.
Clerks' Half Holiday.
FRIENDS OF HOLMES
AKEHS ANNOUNCE HIS
CANDIDACY FOR OEFICE
OF COUNT! SHERIFF
J. Holmes Akcrs will be surprised
this morning when hu sees In his local
paper that he Is a candidate for the
office of sheriff of (his county.
Without bis knowledge bis friends
came to the office of the Ardmorelte
yesterday and placed his name in the
announcement column and these
friends will be active from now until
the last vote is counted on tho evening
of the third of August to put him
ATTENTION OIL PRODUCERS!
A large company Is now in process of organization that will have
ample capital for development purposes. We desire to get In touch with
all companies and Individuals who have producing properties that they
would either sill outright or would put Into a good company and
take cither all stock or part stock and part cash upon a reasonable
appraisement value basis; each property taken over to have one
director on the new board. If your property is not paying dividends
probably it is because you are taking the entire amount for develop-
ment or may be your over head is too great in proportion; with a
large company and plenty of money for development these features
are eliminated. (
Write us a full description of and your value of the property tho
amount of production number of wells inventory of equipment gross
and net income from the property. Give full information in your first
letter which will be treated strietlv confidential. (
ADDRESS: P. O. BOX 1934 Tl'LSA OKLA.
feMlkifer l?!l'ife ItepSB
Poaiorarna. cf P&rt of the
The college holds member-
ship in North Central As-
sociation of Colleges and
Universities. Forty instruc-
tors fit one for any usual
degree recognized every-
TRAIN FOR ART
Special faculty and facil-
ities for students of Art
Piano Voice Expression
Violin etc. Most modern
BEST APPLY EARLY
Next semester begins in
September. Will find full
quota long before then.
Four years High School
only requisite for admis-
sion. Early application is
urged as only limited
number can be accepted.
Discuss it with your
over and to elect him an sheriff of
Mr. Akers has served Carter coun-
ty in that capacity and served well.
He was the first Bherlff the county
ever had. He made the policies that
controlled that office the first year
thut It was created under the the
enabling act that granted statehood
He has lived in this county for a
great number of years he uu a wid
acquaintance over the entire county
and he has the respect of th people
because he has lived a life that en-
titles him to that respect. He Is
alert he is able he is honest he will
have the friendship and smypathy and
help of the people and Holmes Akers
will make Carter county a good sher-
iff and he Is to bo congratulated that
his friends are drafting him for this
Important office. His announcement
is made subject to the choice of tho
democratic voters at the August primary.
5 600.000.00 Plant
Here are congenial surroundings wonderful
college spirit and every aid for the girl who
really seeks learning and practical develop-
ment. Ideally the college for the aspiring
sensible young woman with real American
MODEST MEAN'S ARE AMPLE
Oklahoma supports this college thus minim-
izing tuition fees. Students dress alike vying
in economy instead of in display. Living costs
are most moderate $21 a month pays for
room and board In our superb dormitories.
The whole atmosphere fosters a mental
growth and bodily welfare (
REQl EST OUR CATALOGUE
Fullest particulars are given in Catalogue
just off the press. Let us know where to
mail you a copy. Write to
G. W. AUSTIN' President
Dept. 4 Clikkasha Okla. "''
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