The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 266, Ed. 1, Friday, June 24, 1921 Page: 11 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDW 11'NK 21 W21
W. H. PECK
flll U.llt.W. I J. w m m iw.ni . I .... nil lntllllt TV 'ill ( 1 ' t T If .lfl. Wl
ruiii .1!" Ilnmr It Jo now In thu Prilled t it. i. but It !
v in I.lnt
j Hi l.llll
! ith .
. .i..n .
v 'i.-n th i . ! i full f.cet Ki-tH
t W Th. 1 1 f r. m line utt.r nil.. wins
I ut" a!) i mil irim ni iep will bo mull n.i
In .i imhiIv Meet the chorees
iK.uiist ii for preference dividend.
Artir all. theito slitics nre thr only
ii" of th'1 company In which the
puhlli In illrcitly Inlcrtftcrt. nml
tii.it (hev i mi today ho secured for
noniithliiK like 15 per rent discount
. w.th an S per ecn( ilMileiid nt-
The oil Iniltntry-Ui n of tlu l.irc.t i . ).. 1 h.relo. In somewhat of a
mil prise Ui Us.-- Petroleum Tlllliw
IN THE OIL FIELDS
? 'u.' 1 . . threatened with b.ttikiunt un I
i.M fi"i"tMii .' .n ruination by thin gnat rim. I ..f ll
).io i.imi.an nst.i .n wlib li l.i demoralising mi- mitket.
.7 i .ii-Minn le-avy s Ones (ho rwnnttir want to tciniKidlrv
IK Meiim ''"M thn lntnrrHfu mlt iiilK' t l.l 1.. ....
l.ooi v ; ... ....
I. on people who are at work In the oil
I 1 liurkhuriu-tt
1.(3 M .run l.piii i"-u'ie iii. nil' hi wniii in me nil
.90 ll.ultt 1.0) fir Id 1. but also the priwpriliy i.f tlm
1" 'UnB'r. JS2 "11 fluid mcrchnnt the tanner who
the north line of tlm northeast "'
.!-27 .". whlrh suited out in uK 1 1. c
tl.OOO.miO feel tif K"H III sand l.tppct
nt 30 1"! feet itbout it week ami it
Imlf mro him ilrllh'il Itnrlf Into
water therti helm; only itbout two
feet of sand. CimlnR will bo under
reamed on ilown to Kliul off the
water nml thu lout will bn dilllcil
It.... . 1.1 .1. I L.Hnln.l llinill
I II If irwi iiu i i'ii.ivii ..
throe miles went of tlm Hurtmnk 1
pool topped the Bit" sand Jiaturdii
before the . nolo on Tuesday !
anil rtrtalnly plajoil u bin pnit In
tlm enormous prices pulil for nerr-
ngc In that lt lnlty. Th four plix fn
nt'iir mo won oi'iiiK iiir.tii'n in
Gore Taken lu Task for
1'osition on Oil Tariff
iinn( tho contributiona to the
liter ituro rulatins to a tariff on oil
r". has appeared n mnoothly
hraiteil but (ttatlstlrally unfupporloil
' .U.'il brief purporting to coin..
J"ni the American Automobile
w."ciatton (which by Ihv way i
t thn real reprenentntlvo of the
i'u moblle ln.lu.try. whl?h la In tel
p..etiln.l by thit American Auto-
m .Vllo Chamber of Commi.rco) but
uhirh document 19 accredited to ex-
Sr.vt.r (loro of OkUhoma who Is
'w reported to bo In tho employ of
Mr l.oheny tho principal producer
.in-i imporwr of MexliJin cruilo.
iVad nic oil men horo who actually
' k w HomcthlnK about tho lyo-luc-ii
n of oil and tho affect of tho lm-
mW from Mexico won. dlvl ed in
tho character of comment unt o up-
th" ronlentlonH contained In tho
ex Senator's Hcreed. AmotiK arBU-
menu advanced by him ajralnst a
" "n oil was that a tariff woti d
ly roduco tho Kaftollno supply
TnTmalio tho prico hlKher to auto-
mo . l owners; that It would pro.
.Tuce no " Jvonun and that it would
b" mfortunati. to adopt a tariff on
oTl at a tlmu wlien Secretary Hall
R d ..the were trying to help the
Huntlinl OH wmpuny. Mr. Pohcny
..nil other!. to obtain a foothold in
fere'Bil oil flel.K Also that the
huttlnK out of Mexican oil would bo
a blow to tlio few; American me-
'. n.i nil f IcUi workers who
K?r.ow omr."oyed Hi tho Mexican
Br'." ..i.inrtn tn ra slUK tho
nrlco of fuel oil to tho
rHr;urers. nn.l cone m es w h t J n
. vaitllnir miimai i"i.
42 cent n oarrci
Dno prominent producor nald to-
day. "It tho ox-Honator be tho uuthor
ef thin romarkablo document which
een-lsts entirely of flno phraseoloBy
and a dearth of mipportlnit figure!
Ms attention Bhould bo called t0 tho
(n't that it taken about four barrels
nf Mexican crude to ciual one of do-m.'itl'-
llsht oil ro far as uasollno
cnttnt lt concerned. And thw n-
inn to tho better Kr.ule of Mexb an
11. The lower KT.ido only contains
3 per cent uasollno. If throiiRh this
It f ux of Mexican oil with tho con-i-equent
prico recessions wo Uo
pome 200.000 American oil wells
whbh nro producing an avernco of
nlmut two barrel per (lay touothcr
with the casinRhead Rafrolino derived
from thoso wellH wo would havo to
import threo or four times as much
litRh urado oil as Mexico is ablo to
furnish In order to nnlto up tho Joes
In tiasollnc. Hut at tho rami) tlmo
the rtocks of other refined products
would bo plIlnK up at the refineries
out 'if nil proportion to tho demand.
In ..iher words tho imports of low
prado oil destroy tlio cfiuillbrum and
K'V" lit IUI OVOr-piUt Hi numu
Mts but would actually create a
fh rtiKe of gasnlliio and therefore
rawe tho price of It to tho Oklahoma
farmers who havo so persistently
nud to keep Mr. Core in tho senate.
T'il would bo truo becauso when
other products are not movlni? kmo-
!ine has to bear tho bunion of re-
f.n.nu costs ns well ns the cost of
crude to tho refiner. 1-orolKn oil lm-
poited Into this country doe not now
pniduce any more Kasollno than wo
manufacture from cas nghcail Bas.
If wo t-hould losn our old wolls with
th' ir rich casinRhead Kus wo would
lose a Rrcater Basollno supply from
fiat ono source aiono than Mexico
i able to furnish."
..n.w nvtt nil frtr Kaifl lit tb
wells at from 15 cents per barrel for
tho low rjracio anu -tu uuu ov w..-.
per barrel lor the hlsh irrude and
u ) Atlintlc coast
Willi it M-'lUUh w .
for $1.50 to J2.50 per barrel H does
lock llko tnero woum n.... ... ...
martrln of profit for tho Importers
" pay a small tariff to help defray
tho expenses pf this eovo.-nment
which. accordirtS to tho senator. U
so keen to help theso Importers get
tabUshed in tho oil bmslnes of
Another lino of comment aid not
deal so much with tho .cient fic
. ' . .u. imt consisted
more of an outburst of lnlpratio
rver tho preposterous attltulo as-
s.imcd in tho brief wlivrclit ;1ri'n5;'"
empathy was uispmjeu
Mexican oil workers and the east-
ern manufacturers. A lnent ro-
rubltcan cxclolalmed "Wh- thor--c
only a few hundred Americui
or 111.1 workers In MUo as
asninst 4.000000 people n the
l nite.l States who aro employed anil
btainlnB their sustenance from tno
. .. ... pi "
'! mesne 1)11 iimu"iw- ..
If the tariff snoum seriuur.j
owns the royalty it well as the
banker and the American i onmini"!
I in i. in. -i iu iuiu.ni it uuiinfi lur int.
few ndvonturers who stek t.) Inn.'
I tho Amerlenu market turned ovur to
tbetn retrariltefis nf hnu- much tlfit-
asler It may work Internally In this
It Is also pointed out that the
t'nlted Stales Is now nioclnrlnir and
has for many years prcduceil r r ;
....... ..l 1 -. 1 .
I'fl IVllt IIL lllf 1.11 III 111.' WOI 1.1.
"We have the kicuIihI Hint mrcst
supply of petroleum of any nation"
said C. T. Wllnon. "It .tin bo at-
rlounly ImpHlrid and a part of It
forever lost by hulUnR down Amer-
ican wells sltii'o they cannot b
leclalmud after havliiR been aban-
doned but to do so In order to
try to Rut our hands on an Indefi-
nite and uncertain w tll-n'-th -wisp
In forelqn countries would be tnidlnu
a bird In thu hand for a bird in thu
riKUres compiled at the offices of
tho Mldcnntinent Oil and Tins anso-
cl.ition show that the actual cost
of producing oil In the mldi onttnent
field by the better equipped com-
panies which havo all dosses of
wolls. old and younR blR and little
runnes from J 1.67 to 12 2i per bar-
rel. Theso flRurcs wero comptli d
from 12H'! lenses and over S.ooo
wells which iu 1920 produced 25-
000000 baricln of oil "If Senator
floro or the American Automobile
sociatlon can tome .b.wn hero and
produce oil for 42 cents per barrel
now Is their time to coum In and
i;et rich" w-as tho chorus of many
Other expressions of opinion tomorrow.
il.iind.m) May 27. I21.
'The Week's Petroleum
I mparts ioun 33 nml 39 brought the follow
Accordlnif to the official figures I Inn prli tm. No. 31 Hld for Jl(0i)i)i
of the imports of petioleum prndllclM I No. 32 onld for 2;000; No. 3 sold
Into the I'nited KlnRtlom a supplied for !0 eon and No. 3 1 sold f"r M.
bv the slatlstlral office of thn cus- '00. This acrease was pr.U'llcalJ
loin house lb total lecelpls for tlm I wildcat stuff and tho fallurn i.f the
present week havo exceeded 17000. well Is one of the blKRest dump-
000 gallons. The larR.-nt Importer i pointmcnts for this district In wm'
has a Kill n born thn AtiKln-American time.
oil company Ltd.. with oer G.H)0.- jr" r t
odd Kalloiis to Its credit. Tho car- 1 II lllleot I est AOI fl 11 hOCO
(toes weie of mixed pelrolnum prod-' ... i ... .. nt H'(.
...1. I.M.e.l l.olnr of i.nr 1 10ft . ' '('( .)'('(( .S fill I O'll
unti Rallnns of lubricants. An inter-i Tho No 1 Mattln of the Inn Hlin-
csuriK arrival tiuriiiK in' ni't'h ii.tnMtas company inciue.i in iu- r.'.ni.-
been that i.f over 2100 lino Rations .at corner i f the southwest "f (-
of oil for the Annlo-Amet lean mm- :s-w about six miles from the I .mo
pany's Swansa refinery. The Import- fi. in a w lldi at terrllory w.isli I'.lt I
er In this case Is retutneil as (he n'i the sand jcsterdiiv mid first
feottlh-Amerlcaii Oil X- Transport reports from the operation were to
Co. Ltd. and the carRo came on thn the effect (hat It was flowing nt the
' Sunbeam." This was the lni Rent rati) of f.00 barrels per day. loiter
bulk oil cargo received during the a report wan sent In that the well
.......Is u.r.n1 Imlni. tll.l .f .fA' 1. ...I -...1 ni.tllll. UTltlr lin.l thllt
2 Ono.noo Rnllons of oil fuel for th" It was (hen doing about 300 barrels
llrltlsh Mexican Petroleum com-i of water and "r barrels of oil per
puny Ltd. Into Hrlstol. Tto llrltlsh I day. It has been Impossible to hs-
I'etroleuni company Ltd . has re- certain Jutt where the water Is ram-
reived a large cargo of motor spirits i ing from opinions being about dl-
Into London and another one Into vlded as to Its breaking In from
lis Ilrlslol sloriiRe while thn Shell 'above and coming from the bottom
M..-. !.... ............... !... I .1...
..(.I I 111.'. I. IH 1'l.l. J ll.ui ...... ...1. '. ..... n.......
Thlu In. i rirat Inntieil thai sand
on May 27 but on account of water
breaking In at that time the caslOK
was rncemcnted. Tho plug was set
the second time at 3002 feet rand
topped at 300 1 feel and the we. I
drilled flo feet In. This test Is
producing from tlm iieepiwt pay
Accidents That Should
Scent's a '"'to produco'im In j at7C IlCCIt PlCVCUcd
Slay analysis oi ncciuems mkis
that 118 employes In tho nnheit
organization received personal injur
ies inrougii ncciuciiui. ii ui"p" i "
employes would take a personal In-
ventory of themselves they would
1... .i. .1 I..nlli .U1t..t-ln
11I1U II1UL lllfT .-- .' nu.a
carefulnns. thought co-operallon m
good jKidgmnnt. livery one of these
tiuallficatlons are lie. ess.iry and
sliouiil always no - carrieu in niui-n
It nn .ll...f.rlTw. 1 inflr nf ntiv (if
the above nr filler Important qiinllfl-
CailOIlS It 111KI1 HOI'S llUt llilllir.lin.ru
begin to "restock" ho Is in Just the
samo position as the plant or com-
pany would bo If they paid no atten-
tion to their depleted material and
stock. It surely shows poor manage-
ment of ourselves. If knowingly wt
lack an Important trait and take no
steps to correct it.
It often happens during a conver-
sation among co-workois following
an accident that tho injured man
hears himself referred to as a "dub"
"boob" "Ignoramus." "fool" or per-
haps a "flno fellow but he's got no
"lm. .if it'l l.l.l-o lid.
J IIUK llirn b. ' b " v
uaiiy Happens in bucu a case j.un. r
thn inltired man referred to "gets
lioro" or he "gets busy' and reme
dies his faults depending on the
typo of man he is. personal invcn-
torle.) self-analysis wilt discover
ln Anl. Inf.l.'.i...'. I T 1 O T (1 1 1 1 1 M 111 III1K.
Tho things wo prize most hlghlv
feneranv cost us win iiium. uuu n
I often rnnulres real character.
and an iron nerve io Kurn-ti
our short-comlngs even after wo liave
dlsc.ovcrcil tnem. It iukcs nuiny
yoars to grow an oak you can grow
a weed overnight.
It will pay every employo to Im-
mediately tako an Inventory of him-
self and particularly note oil care-
. .... V.. .1.1. ..Vilr!. )w. nir.v
ll'Wa III iiiir..' ...... ... ......
l.n.M .nn.ll..1 1A11 ('.'At VtllVV" mill
Ii.vt.j ti.'iuii.i.i ...... r .. .. ....
rorrcct his besetting faulm before It
is too late. Tho old saying- "An
ouifco of prevention ts wnrth a pound
of cure still noius irue iwiu'i "j
safety department Uoberty organ-
ization. 00 Wall street New York.
Ocean Transport Facilities
A nrr TVtrr.ra n ITrl Wf WCm dOtllOr-
ing tho lack of ocean oil transport
facilities a taci wnicn .m .
causo of the record oil freights. Sn
great hns ulnco been tho change In
this nspect of tho supply of oil that
t. .. i.r. until i-lih nil ronfi
luuaj t '"i
denco that tho averace ruling prices
for oil-tanker ireigius are ucitr.. iv
. ..I.. MnnHitim eo4tu Of course
Ki;ilh ...... ......r. . " - -
much is duo to tho state in whb h
tho world is existing at the moment
but it must be admitted mui mc
present position of tho oil freight
market In a particularly ohnei mat
onn and It cannot prevail for lorg
When ono recollects theso pal.ido-
scoplc changes which have taken
n1nrn In cnnnecllotl Wlin niriin "II
...... i v. ... ...... j ...ui ..(..... n.
t..l. Ilu lluixiit.. .Irirni.M twrnw 1 Ami
001) gallons of Persian motor spit It.
Pelroleiint Times (London)
May 2S. 1921.
Midwest and Gulf Wildcat
Drlllnl Tlirnunli Knml
The wildc.it test of tho Mbl-West " ' " " ' c tV.
and Ciulf Oil lorporatlon located In ' 1 a 1 ' ' '7ve I o bo a
e'ast 'of ' 'irrT-rrflh 'of ' llZV.w" 1 ! "' the I'lgR.'St strike
wweh fl st ! .pi. "hn "an 'about TV"VZ' Za
May 28. has beet drilled lo a total ."oris are being ado to si i f
depth of 2.700 feet through the ' water and a full report w 111 be
mind and Is now plugging biv k. ; "i""
The Out. her pay In this operation
was found fiom 21160 to 2072 feet
when the drill went Into shale and
theie was no water in tnc nuuum oi
rrl.l. ...nil nrn nt. il eonwlilcrri bin
excitement when first drilled In ns
It tested goon lor i.noii oarrcis lor
.1... fl.u. ... l..np.. I.t Ihn tnllifll
production soon ilecreused until tho
well only put nnoui uu n.tricin to
the (.inks for thn fltst 21 hours.
V..... It... .....It la n.iinrtn.l tn llfl mak
ing itbout 00 ban els. and tho own-
i i 'i expect tliat It will lie goon lor
12.i bairels wimn rompieteu.
in... xii.i.vv.wt t.nil Onlf enrnora-
tion aril now putting up a rig for
ttieir Hccouil iis on tun icune
i... t. .11 in the center of the
south line of the northeast of tho
northwest of 13-17-D. a nuurter of a
inllo .'loutli or tno proum-ei.
New Developments in the
ri.v. v.. n .. r.ll it lm rtevtinii Pe
troleum corporation located In tno
northwest corner oi mc n.iuuii
of the southwest of 30-ls-Sw ts a 50-
barrel producer m hauu irom
lo 2.03U feet.
Oarbcr and Wiulo's No. 2 well lo-
cated in the southwest corner of 19-
ln-frw found sand irom j.iwu m
J. 042 feet and is a. ICO-barrel pro
Tho Tuloma oil company naa a
r..ii.... i ttu Vn 1 well located iu
iiiiiu.u ... .... -
.1 A.thi..ir enrnnr nf thn southeast
of the southwest of Id-ln-Ow. This
holn was drilled to a total uepiu oi
ml.. o ....11 nf HnrrlLrnn and
others "locntod in the northeast cor
ner of tho nortnwesi oi mo norm-
west of 31-ln-Sw. ts a 400-bnrrel
producer iu sand from 2042 to 2017
The No. 2 Hrltton of the Old Colo-
ny oil company located In tlio
inn i hen St coiner of the southwest
. hn unnthwcHt Of 20-lS-Sw. IS
making 200 barrels at threo feet In
.u. ....t ii.iii.aiI nt 5 .2fi2 feet.
.ii.j ..!.'. ..
Standard tools nro being rigged up.
and thn well will bo completed In the
ntar future. Samo company's No. 1
Uritton In tho southwest corner of
20-ls-8w is making 12.000.000 feet
of pas from tho top of tho sand
found nt 2 L'SS feet. It Is also being
Gupsu Gas Well Near
liurbank a Failure
Tho No 1 well of tho Gypsy Oil
"ompanv located In the renter of
Late Completions in the
The No. S well of tho Natural ltn-
flnlng company located In the north-
west corner of the s.nithwesl of
southwest of 1G-21-.1 Is a .mo-harrr!
producer In Mini from 2.27.1 lo 2285
feit. This producer Is located In tho
In the same district the Pr.ilrle
Oil (las Co. has a 320.barrel pro.
dllcnr In ltM No 8 located In the
Miuthenst corner of northeast or
northeast of 20-2 1 -B. Sand was
full ml from 22911 to 2.299 feet.
'den verif I niTwif 111 lit llliteilt tl'NtN
were completed as failures yester-
day. In tho northwest corner of
19-3-u tno no. l wen or win
V...n.il..t nit .l.lllfl.V tu ilt-i' ntwl
abandoned at u total depth of 2880
!.. i si' i'iuk hi! lt II III "
i.ii l. t .lid not a. t ba.lh A I .
null kit ts looked for tom.vu'H.
AYn Producer in Southeast
In the southeast exlenslon of the
II. wilt field the Cnllne oil mm-
imny yesterday drilled In Us No. l i
Ii iiiioli II. xx Ii It'll suited out tniH-
ihk 2. .ii batrels at eight feet In the
K.ind topped at 2'.".'0 feet This les'
it .il'otit a iiuitler mill south of the
1 1 . n i i'mi pi . 1. 1 ii it lii mid makes quite
an i xlci.sn.ii uf the flvbL
National Fxplorotion Gets
Good Well in liurbank
The National Kxplnriitlnn com
panv . ster.luv squlbbnd tin No. 4
well Incited III the solllhwest qu.Lt-
tei of I Jtl-fi for on Incressed pro
du. lion of a:" barrels. This opera-
tion nut drill d tn i. veial days ago
.mil stalled out making about lfc'l
b.iri'iis u.ttiiiiil. Sun. I wits found
ti mil :.730 to 2. 80S feel.
Interest inn Operations
in the Duncan District
The . l will of thf old Colony
ml company tm.itcd In the south
west i other or liii-ls-sw is a 5".-
000. Olio -font a.isii'1' In sand lopped
nt 22 li feet alter being drilled In
with rolar tn.ilri. Although tills test
Is spraying souin tin as ii now sianns
It will be shut in as a g.ui producer.
Ill lilt! 11111 I Ill'llSi l "l ll'-l .'I mc
mil least of lite southwest of sec-
ttoll I' I ln-tiw. inn .Xd. i iiniwn in
thw (SMwy till company whs rnm-
i.l .teil vt'stnrtl.iv its it 12fi bitrni pni-
iltlcer In sand from 2.07H to 2.088
feel. This hole was iltllletl lo n
total depth of 2.09J feet.
Mrs. Mathews Nelson Will lie
lluried at Charleston Miss.
The fun. Till of Mis. Mathews
NelMon beloved wlfi of .Mathews
Nelson of Ihn 'i.leiii.in Nelson un-
poratlon will be held lit (iuu lesion.
Miss. the former homo of the ile
mused ac. orillng to a telegram re-
ceived from Mr. "Nelson ns lie was
loaxlng lloiililer i'ib with tlm re-
mnlns Good Well in the Deaner Pool
Tim Atlantic oil Producing com-
pany's No I .Ii ffers.ni. bleated In the
centnr of the south line of the south-
west of the northwest of 10 -11-11
has been t ninpliicil for an Initial
production of 1000 barrels natural.
Sand In thn new producer was found
from 2. "fit; In 2779 feet and It Is Ihn
biggest producer In this pool at thn
In Ihn same dlsltbi the No. 1
Jlnlints of the Tcrrloltla oil com-
pany Imntcd in tlm center of the
west line of the northwest of the
siiiitbeimi nf 1 1-1 1 11. Is drv nnd
abandonfil ilt a total depth of 274ft
The Indian Petroleum company
has a rig up for Its No. x Smith lo-
ated In the (enter of the last line or
tho northi.ist nf the northeast of
11-11-11 This test will be a twin to
lew Well ..tnp.. t'.l Si Mill day
In the Hold It ill District
I The Fee Oil coiup.ini s No S will
located In tho snutlicas' . orner u
the northeast of the soutbeist m
:ti l.'.-ll. has been she w 111 I"
iiiuarls and Is good for 10 b.iircl
Sund In tho new producer was f.nin.l
rioni 1 1 On In I 1 1 H fei I
In thn nnrthwtst . .i tn c "f lb'
S" Mb awl of 2! 13 K. the No. 1
well of llarl and others. Ii ill t mil
nbitniliitied nt u total depth of 2 Mi'i
S';((i Producer In Osaue
In th- northwest ..'in.' "f 1.' '.'V
e th. No I well of the Winona O I
company H lepnrlcl lo be fining ilo
I' i n. in n.tlutitl at lluce feet In the
Mllll.l loppi'il at l.xlj feel iins well
will l" tirlile.l mi in nml cotnplt Id
In the near future.
Gasser Near Depcw Shut Dt
I Th- No. I well of the Pine Oil
'company an. I llllllng-leit located In
2-14-S. whiih was ilillled In a f. w
diivs ago. baa been shut in as n
8 iiiui. nun font gns well The les'
was drilled 30 leet In the llarll.s
vllle sand lopped at 2.M I feet and
Is the ci-niiil operation In thn town-
ship to produce from this pay.
H7i I he Oil Men
P. .1 ltr.idfoi.1 of Hie Urndfor.l
Itlg A It. i I. h limiting foi a fixe
piisntngef t'aillll.i.' mi ih it was
stolen Weilncs.bix Mi p.tadforil
had iillm led anothei horn on IiIh
nir wlili h niigtit to lie sntnn mark
of lilcntKlcallon The sic. nd horn
Is hunted on (he running ...atd and
Just back of nnd below the horn
that the car was equipped with
w hen It was pll). bused.
I'. ltrowit of (he Mat-land He
fining compaiiy Is In the illy having
iniiiln ihn (rip ft out Po pi a ( iiy o
atli ml thn meellni: of I he Os.ige
LehHontt of which he Is a member
of ono of the Important committees
II. H. 1 1 il lit tn .1 n (I president nf the
Mbl-U'est and (Itllf Oil coropratloli.
and William P. Wek-hcl sect clary
am in New Votk attending a meet
Ing of tho lioaid of dlri'iioni of their
H. W. Carson oil producer Iu (he
lliin.iin field who makes his heail-
quartem In Oklahoma Clly Is In
Tttlsu on biislncHS ami will doubtless
mako Tulsi his hcnthiuiirlius before
long. .Mr. Carson reports that the
Duncan field Is shutting down at a
mint surprising rule and Unit there
Is hardly any (lulling starting and
then only as It Is absolutely neces
H.uy. Mr. Cms. in thinks that the
cniiH'TMillve roiiiso pursued by
Duniati oil men t unties them tn it
lot of credit and In Ibis hn Is rlglil
and If the prico worn cut again It
would bn an alisnluto crime. The
Duncan field Is ton big to bn narrl
fired by any greedy monopoly. Con-
dlllons aro going to get better be
turn they gnt worst'.
Oil Ticker Dope From
NIIW YOKK Junn 23 Tide-
water Oil company now plans to
withdraw nlpllcatlnn for Oilffey-
fllllbsplo company tut stated In
Pittsburgh dispatch. Application
will stand they say. at least until
Juno 29th when fltst hearing will
bo had in attempt to rryich a settle-
ment to avert a receivership. While
directors offered lo resign they say
conditions on which they were n
icslgti wero not entirely satisfactory
to Tidewater. As far ns Tidewater
office heto Is Informed they have
not been able jo sen records of com-
pany whb h they seek.
NIIW YORK Juno 23. Ohio Oil
company completed Its No. ft Tajlor
well In new llaynesvllle district nf
Claiborne parish at around 2840
feet with estimated Initial produ. -lion
of 3000 barrels.
Ni:V YOHK June 23.- Hrokers
from the tlonr say that it wa scasler
lo sell stocks today than for some
tlmo past Huyers seemed to b" en
hand in most . ases when stocks
were offered. Weakness developed
in some of tho important steels and
Onn heavy Slmidnrd rig nix
stiing.t of heaiy pipe or will
furnish Mime (or an In'eiest In
a well offset to good proilurllun
J. M. GILLETTE
20.1 Scamaii lllilg. Outgo H2I0
Crude Oil Wanted
Want 1000 (o 1200 barrels
Oklahoma crude per day
period year or (wo. Will tako
from wellri or loading rnck.
Havo our own cars.
2.12 A Ko llullilliiR
A Sturdy Hardy Rubber Belt for Oil Well
Start on tlio job. Aalcs no favors. Delivers tho power.
Stnya riclit with it. Gives Uniform Shows economy
Coinplelu Storks Carried by
OKLAHOMA TOOL & SUPPLY CO
Ow mcmlk boy any lnUd
dKindi Writ lf Wll
1..1 r.d bocklft I'RtE
J.I' M? Govern (fC9
ri 4'iA SrorJiwVf
o'-- : . ...Mi.. i.a tl few
ii me . - . . il . iranspuri. .nini'i. ."' --
tho imliistrv in Mexico sain .' mrinhi f.iet -
w.'n. Hkclly they can url" 'J'0;n ! mains that tn the earlv snges of its
f.w hundred on neui career tho Scnttish-AmerK'.m till
h. :f and wo will Rive th' Transport C s subsidlarx Tankers
n. .it better wages and te ' f"; ' Ltd. has been ablo to r.ak. mi. b a
r ui dings than they can eyr w )irnV( anwn(.. lnl we were
nt m any ';. nc sratldeil to n. ar inn - 'n.rmu n
I'.t.ss unaersioou ui '''"".. nrophe. y at Tuesdav s meeting nut
will furnish ndillonat working
capl'al to corporations
through salo of stock if in-
terested apply between 10 nnd
12 Friday morning
HOOM 108 T1KSA IIOTP-I
Walsh Electric Co.
917-919 SOUTH MAIN OSAGE 87G5
Open 7 n. m. lo 10 p. m. Except Sunday
x.V;ra W'r to get hotter wages
i to maintain its nns'U m a UJ"
i'VK paid labor In the W'.r''l II
. tnr Oore artual'.y wrot- hat ar-
' ' I wonder wha'. th- ''"l'?n""
"klahoma c 11 fl Id w .rk. rs hteH
' ' is evident wi.tingns t ' --
Mr intern. although ibev
voted for hirr mac
past in order tn iniprnv" the
s. .t'lon of a few mn m M xu
OIL AND GAS
. - 8op.llr. rn-lortlot). E
' r rtent Trackago P" oe-ty.
. I ia. e 200x140 feit wareh")3
. i f. it with 12-foot heaw pint-
f n. suitable for any wb .lesa'e en
. ( i' g business two-room t.ffico M
' tlon located on M K. & 1.
i. Phono Ofago 4636. Advt.
I-.oYAT.TY VOH 8 ALU ItY OWT.
1-2 of 1-3. located in northweit
-.nrthwest of 22-15-11- Prtre
ll "0. Phones'. Cedar 1505 and i
' 6925. Adv.
ill nC-Yllllll FTATIONrST 1 a
III Ifir-ZL III? rcft"1 Wrfli-v tn I 9
HI 7ZsClv ii nuu. rirtr iw y
W" 34 Ui I t 1 1 uri'4
I fl 1 fbOnC lSk V MHiaMHMMMHIMnW
! SWA n ll .III
I KW American lm
Effective June 1G 1921
and Until Further Notice
The office hours of the city gas office will be from a. m.
(o 4 30 p. m nnd from S a m. to 1 p. m Saturday
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
I. D. RROOKS
(Irnrrsl ll flfhl roiWruf linn work.
Gitiilln plitDt A itrrUltr.
I'honra Onavr IMI D.imo mi.
!. LAND VOU SAI.K IV WI
n. r not lf.iscd f i ' L"
' V . h" is' (.' s itl.wt '
PATTERSON STEEL CO.
I Ileum ( IminrU nslr li.ttr
llrhifnri Inn llur
(imlrlr -I"! lluil. Ion
llfflrp hiiii Uurrh.iu.M
Nunlllu ulul I lliu It II
Tui ll.ne 101 1
Don't Throw That Old
Grip or Suitcase Away
We can repair it and make it look like new as
well as save you money on this and all other
Bradshaw Harness Co.
17 West First Street
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
BAKNSDALL KEFINING COMPANY
Manuta.. luting nil l' troleum I'rodu. HiKbgradu I.ub' b aling Oils
Cyliniler Hto. ks at..) I'.efiMd Wax
KxciitiK offiLCs Tentli lluui I'etrol. um Illrtg.
Iteflnery Illgbe.irt Okla. Tulsa. Osacn S0C0
MANUrACTLMtKltH OF HTHAIO..T ItlJN UAHOMNH
Cicliuiul OUlics - 403 Mouth (iiuyuLliii Ulruut
1'honu Otui;u TIU'J
CHAS. F. NOBLE OIL & GAS CO.
OAKoi.iNi. with Tin: rrci'
l'rudu(i.rs and Refiner a uf Crudtt oil and Manufacturers fasingheod
Main Offli.ii Tulsa Okla.
OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY
High Orado I'ettoluiim I'roilti'ts from fiarber Crude
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for p.'iroleui i products
MINNKAl'OLIS AND CHICAGO
COSDEN & COMPANY
HI'JJ! ilAl 14 i i-TI '.1.1 il i
'i k :ih it a
UNION PETROL10UM COMPANY
KiiviNKUH r.xi'oimntu and MAnicrrioita
Tlilsi Oiflce Cosdon Hldg. I'hnno 4403
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
637-8 MAYO III. DO. PMONI3 CTDAJt 2731
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
ChlrtiKo Oflke: 10 .Mouth Ml. nlrati Avontln
IC.insas Cllv Officii. Tulsa Of fl. e Dallns Tcias
401 Heriillty llldK no.l At. o 1111 CA0 Honor Hldg
KUIII Oil OAK OIK KHltO.MUNIi. NAPHTHA. OAHOMNB
.WHITE OIL CORPORATION
rilODttrrellH AND IMIVINKUH
nOMH OKIMt K. No. CO Hrond St New York
321) Kennedy 1111b.. Tulsa Okla.
GUSTAFSON & SPENCER INC.
l!urcesfors lo Anderson (lustnrson. tnc.
HKI'MNIJHH AND MAHKHTHItrl
Ilcflnerle (lenetsl Office ChlcaRo
CushlnK and Columbus Tulsa. Offlco I'hono O. 7469
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
l'UODUCIIltll AND KHI'INnnH OP "I'AltCO" I'KTItOMIUM
New Klrst Nnllonnl Hank llulldlUB. TIJIflA OKLA.
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
I'HONHH OMAOH 0700-01
Manufacturers Petroleum I'toductii- Hal.-s Dpt.
712 New Plrst National Hunk Illdff
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Jlcflnerles Located at OkmulKce oktnhomn C(y Ciislilnc. I'onca CUt
Okln (Inlnesvllle Texst.
Hales Offlco I'liono 7000; 410 Unity HIiIk.. Tulsa. Okln
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Manufacturers CaslnKhi'iid Absorption and Illun.lci OnHolIno
l'honu Osago 0220 Tulwi Okla.
Livingston Refiners Corporation
IMtOnPCHItH-HUPINIinK MA HK P.TICKH
All I'riHliicm of I'l troleuin. All I'linnc Osauo 0420
t.cntral OfflccM 'lulsa Okln.
GENERAL AMERICAN TAlsiT pat?
y T" T" A m f s-k - sr
It. J. flHAItl'i: and It. T. MUHHnit. HeM.lent AKont.s. Phone 3381
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
PIlODUOKItH AND HIIPINHKH
Rt. I)uls Mn Arrndo IIIiIk Tul.t okln ...
Chlcnuo. 111.. Conllnenlnl P. iJ"n?' ?V?i' Jnyo WaB-
-! mn iv itniic.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
ltPINPItlP.a AT CPHIIINU '
Salca Offlco 201 Huuth l.aSallo Utreol. Chicago
THE PURE OIL 'CO.
Iteflneriei nt CusIiIiib and Ardmoro.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANIC CAIIH M:aHKO HKl'AIHKD AND imnVUr
Work. Coffoyviiiei ICan: """" ' "'' ! mn
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY '
" EXPORT OIL CORPORATION" (Inc)
Vlrst Natlnnnl Itnnk Illilc Tulsa. Okla.
i.ocai -reiepiiono usaKe No 27S0
I-oiiB Dlstanco. I. 1). No ICS
Purchasers of all pelrolnum products for export
New York No. 01 llrondway Paris Continental natal
Hxport Terminals at Avonrtaln New Orleans Ln.
OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & KEFINING CORP.
PHTrtOMIPM AND ITU PIIODUCT3
Kales and Oencrnl Offlceo O. P. &. ll liulldlnc
SINCLAIR CRUDE OIL PURCHASING
HINCI.A I It I1PII.DINO
CONST ANTTN REFINING CO.
Oennral Offlcea Tenth floor. rirnt National Hank nidir
IU'flnerleH Tulsa Dovol
l'honu Osiikii C020
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
General Offlcc: Ft. Worth 'Voxhh Ituf Jnor y; Ardrnore. Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
ItlH'lNlHia OP HIOJI OHAUH CHUDK
PUN'CA CITY OKLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
807-808-603 COSDKN HLDU.
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
Itaw CasinRhead and CaslnKhend lllends
Wo sell only isuarantcttd K.teoiin of mr own manuiacturs from our
nli.u uklubuma plants.
Osagn 9313 L. D. 12S 207 -11 Lynch IJIdtf. Tuls-u
PHILLIPS HIGRADE REFINING CO.
Sal"n Offices Tulsa Okl.
Mihi Nfl P.ank Hide.
T AJIA Cl
Mwr.rVb Tut i
fr (V iai--0 i
It'u tlio Darkest Ilcforo Onwi ' Utvr p. tue Miu'ihnto I- C'cunins
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