The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 18 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1922
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THE OIL FIELDS
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Cat Creak Mini I
ueologtcal It c port Working
injury to the Oil Iluslness
j 'Tho New YorI Juiirnnl of Com-
i Jfiorco tho New York Tlmcn itnd
i mi iew i orii nines itnu
' oiner eastern
tTopiosylng thu curly exhaustion nt
tfo oil field nf Dm Pulled Htnles
IwVo expressed grave fear and nlnrm
fgr our future "This In otfcit re-
iBlta In an undermining Intluetico of
t&nfidencu In indttittlal Investments
fljpendetit on oil lesourees anil con-
tfltute it very unfortunate anil un-
founded fear by those living remnto
ffgm the oil country who ilo not
Understand the rtinatnnt ncctirrnncn
v orlt on lioth eomtreea nnd the
Liln IcKlnlaturi'N for Kovernnlent
cintrol of thu oil Indilntry Under
I le hyaterla of belief Unit 'other-
wise undue wnate will occur In prl-
iiite liaiidH to UiIh voi preclnua
Jul uvceanltoua product for tho
fUturo wi'lfaro of tho country.
I 'The fur-rcachlns wroni? to both
ttie Indualiy (iixl tho country at
llrKO from Induatrlal prophecy
ifiuldnen of this character ahould
lk appurent to all"
JTlie abovo la the ntatnmcnt mndo by
(J. J. WrlKhtninnn yoMerday and hla
rmurkn are backed up by every oil
Ift-odiicer httvlnit tho fnterratn of (ho
Irtdtmtry at heart and Just to ehow
whut It all inenna there la a lornr
Mory taken from the New York
(jonimcrcJM to tho effect that a
Iftite plant linn been constructed In
Ilnltlmoru which will out on the
ifiarket a blend of alcohol heuxol anil
ivnrhapn 8naollnc It hna of cmirae
tho approachlnic end of th oil pro
ihictlon for H'b main puollclty talk
t The dlacuaalon which haa been of
frtich Intereat In reKard to tho an Id
ip-ologlcttj report la atlll open; 'nnd
tjiero nra aevoral vory bright writ-!-a
who propoao to tako Up the
ifueatlon at an early datoj und that
too In this cqlumn
JYagoncr Field Tests
The IMverland Oil corporation hai
n 8000000 to 10 000000-foot
iiaaer In tho 700-foot iand In eoo-
lion 1-17-17 Wagoner Oklahoma
field Tho well hna 408 pounda
rtick pre-aure. and la the beat gaa
ell In tho Wagoner field. Thla
lfn-o waa recently purchanod from
Uia KciultnlilA Oil company
J Klnis niul I.mulln are ahut ilown
n tholr offaot teat to tho above
tincaer In 12-17-17 and atuto that
ttiey expect to drill several teats on
their acreage. There nro nbuut 10
wella now drdlliiK In the Wugonor
Inside the Pay
ITlio Cnrn-r Oil nmnniijr jrcntor-
ir iHimnlrif'il j 4nn. barrel sirmlucvr
Ih ' 1H fivt of pay wind t"p)Hil ii't
ajBSS fwt lu tho trwt nt tho center
)filH Bouth lino of tho houtliwcat
or tlm nnrtlicnat of sn-U-ll
jriio r;iiul)n Ucll well In tho nnutli.
ohHt nf tho fxiiithciwit uf 18-1 1 .11
qiilnu pool In cHtlniiileil nt 4000
barrel- unit tlm miiiiI Juat topped.
Thla la tho biggest find In thla pool
allieo It una oitoneil mid cnhniuvn thu
nroaiHJCtii of Umt im1 to tho tNiat
furinan Oil Company Getting
ell in Lyons Pool
Tlio Turmnii Oil coiiipiiiii'n lent on
t)o Turmoil form In tlm nomliuctit
corner of tho east luilt nt ttio wiuth-
Cfiat of Sl-tt-tl lias tho tup of tho
smut nt 2411 feet niul tho well liu-
tlieUlately filled up 1800 tn-t lilth
Oil. It was being drllled'dee per Into
OIL AND GAS
j - SupiiUm FroatnttlM. tto
'Mvor ealo heavy string tools liar.
ea.in. unit usuhh tor list price
ffi Drilling lllock For BileAbout S5
mtlea from tho llurbnnk field AV. I).
Heynolda 314 1-3 Johnatuno avenue
liariiesvuie uin. Advert mornont.
lllCloae-ln oil lnaan iiahi- Klnmnrn.
Kan. Priced juat right for aalo or
drllllns. contract. II. I). Alirona
Itnola Kan. Advsrtiaement
Experienced oil oneriitor und nro-
ftucer will tako full chargo of your
lease superintend nrintj up er-
fclency Increaso production look
after everything for shuro of profits
Will look over and' pass on property
bMoro you buy. Address Postofflco
Dlox 135 Tulsa.- Advertlaemunt.
1 own eonslderoblo acreage near
big producing Orange Texas field.
Will lease part vory cheap If taken
fct vnco or will trade part for good
enr. Address liox 100-M euro
3 Wanted- Compotent production
Sail wunts position o taka charge
' shallow uroductloil. Ileal of refer-
ancetf. Also have Star maehlne for
Alo or would take coui-ncis in No-
wata Cluromoro or Chelsea dUttlcsv
bffrnueiit new etrlkea di'epor field
tljlllltiK and other n ml iinexpvcteU
litw flolila of illarovery.
I "Already Influence nf n lurcc
Uninformed iliaracicr hav'n henn nt
Addrcsn J'. O. Hox: 697 Clarumoru . ...
Oku Advertisemont. '.Near Roth Ss Jones Well in
SWunted. Illook of wlldcas aero
fcgo In Oklahoma for a well 8300
feet or deeper. Will guarantee to
ftrlli within 60 days. Will deal only
filth feo owners. Describe fully and
fend mup properly mnrlted. H you
favo good luoUIn stuff It will pay
oii to run up to St. Lorn for quick
teflon with understanding It daal I.
Jhude you will ba rslmbursed fof
gillroad faro both way-. I-omc din.
Sinco telephone. Forest 0090. Apart-
Snout No 021 C. Hi Jacobs Hotel
ftrunscombe. 6370j Pershing avenue
S( lioula. Mat AdvertJismont
tln Hiinil Sn I iinln r nflrrnimn mill n
later i'xrt mix lirliiK lixikul for
Prairie's llurbank Well
The IVnlrln Oil A fills Vo.'h No. II
In the minimi l of l-lHI.n Jltirlwmk
ImmiI la now drilling nil fret In pity
entiil tnpiml nt XnU fret mill flow -lug
nil Imriela mt liour liefnri) being
Tim Cllllllimil (ill coriforntlon'n No
4 In llio northwest of the nortliweat
of 2.1.JJ-7 riHti .-c. lanlrllllnK nt 140c
feet. No S. amine iiuarter-snetloti la
ilrllllnt! nl 7"ti feet while No. 4 lo-
cated In the northeast of 20-23-7 U
rlirulmr lili III iltill.
Oil corporation is
.loirlne? i .trill Mm nlntli welt on
f''t wl.li. -m.l anvoml nrtlona In
ImiKth tlif llllllliinil trniil runnlnif
a In n f 34 mill 36 10-7 JrnnliiKH iIIn-
trlct. They hnvii elKht iroiliicrH nn
tlila narrow mrl all of which nro
nt 1 1 1 protliK'lm; nltluniKli noinn nru
two year old. Tlm Initial produc-
tion linn lifdi nil the wny from I.Of.O
liaitvlN to unite Miinll liroiluacra.
In (inrvln rnunty inn oiuiinrui on
eoporatlon la ilrlllliiK I" very hard
ahvll nt 2.300 fei't. Tlm teat In In
not her Illy (tanner nn
I'ONCA t!ITY. Teh. 4 On tho
Itlinek form In northwoat 3-24-lw
111 Illiaa-TonUnwii pool tho lllark-
wnll Oil & Gnu Co hna another hlR
Ranaer In ItN No 2 which camn In
yeaterday for 14000000 cubln feet.
Tlm No. 1 cnlno In lit 10000000
cubic fei't nhout threo woeka mho
nnd a pipeline In now holmr Intd
from lllackwell via Tonknwn to the
firm In order to pipe tho Run to tho
city of lllackwell The gnu Is
round at between 800 una l.uou
Illy Timbers on Ground
I'ONCA CITY. I.Vb. 4. The rlir
tlmbern nro on tho ground for the
oaaentirck teat on tho Bayer farm In
i-3". being one-hnlf in lo
trnlght went of Mia poatotflco. The
Intention la to start drilling on thla
well within tho next two wooko.
Tho ClyDsy'ii Oil cnmimnv'H No. 1
White Mule In nortliweat 24-22-le
in inn mmm portion or tho oton
country Is now drilling at nbout
The Kellv trt on tlin Wliltn farm
In 1-22-3W. northwest of l'erry. la
down to 1150 feet. Three dlfornt
flows of gas havo been encountered
In the drilling thus far.
I'ONCA CITY. -.'nil. ln'M-til
figures show that tho dally produc-
tlon In tho llurbank or western
(Mago field ror the pnst week was
39783 barrels. This production Is
from 164 wells the average being
25833 barrel)) tier well. There nro
101 drilling wells lli the field at the
in norm nmq uu iu more rigs up
Statistics on Production
In the Okmulgee Field
tlliec at tn Tlia Wnrl.l.
OIC.MUt.tll III i-ob. 4 Okmula-ee
and Okfuskee counties the two prln-
eiimi an prouucing counties or the
Okmulgoo district produced IB-
I'OT.lia barrels of oil In tho year
1021 according tu nrodtiotlim flirures
compiled bv the Oil and (Ins Journal.
Tho two counties produced 17401-
310 barrels In 1020 and Okmulgoo
county alone produced 11272872
uarreis in mm ami 0128437 barrels
tn 1018. In 1021 Okmulgoo county
produced 11814507 barrels and Ok-
fuskoe county produced 4002552
barrels. The oil nroducod In tho
two counties brought the producers
approximately $31000000 In 1921
uooordlng tt estimates wiade by the
Okmulgoo District Oil A TTlas Assn.
In the year 1921 667 producing
oil wells wore completed In the two
counties average Initial dally produc-
tlon or each well being 100 barrels
nnd tho total pew production In tho
district being 110117 barrola. In
1920 930 producing wells with nn
average dally production of 182 bar-
rels per well und u total new pro-
duction of 109060 barrels were com-
pleted. In Okmulgoo county alone
Tho big drop In the price of crude
oil whloh reduced development op-
erations In this district one-half In
the early months or 1921 Is clearly
reflected In the figures given above.
The avorago dally production of nil
oil wells In Oklahoma In 1921 was
1U0 btrrels per well and the average
for the ontlre United Btates In 1931
was 100 barrels per well the well
nvuragu In Okmulgee district ex-
ceeding both tho stuto and national
The Okmulgee district produced
one-soventh of the oil produced tn
Oklahnmii In the year 1921 .mid 3.6
per cent ot the total amount pro-
duced In the United Btntos and the
producers of this district received
inoiu than 4 per cent ot the total of
763300000 which It Is estimated
was paid for crude oil produced In
tho United Htates In 1921 The to-
tal production or the district In the
last four years was 60708744 bar-
l els and with development work In
tho district steadily broadening out
tn tho mm Hi nnd southwest districts
there are. ample Indications that the
next rotir years will produco an
Hut six states In tho union ex-
ceeded the oil production of the Ok-
mulgee district In 1921 and this dis-
trict produced mora nil than any
of the fnllowlnir 11 states: Arkan-
sas Illinois Kentucky West Vir-
ginia Pennsylvania Ohio Montana
Indiana New York Colorado and
To Test lli'j lllock of Acreage
Eldorado Kansas Field
The National Itetlntng company
ana .Merrlatn Klnnaus nave laaen
over the Htark block or 3000 to
4000 acres with a well emudded In
and will complete the well as soon
as waer and weather coudltU-ns
will permit. The location of IhM
test Is near tho center ot tho south
ItnM Q '1 . I H VMnMrin Ifn.
field and about five miles north of
the recent good strike made by
Hoth it Jones In the southeast cor-
ner of 29-23-10.
tho Itoth & Jones tost Is reported
making 12S barrels but Is not yet
ilrllru through the sand A log of
wells in tho Teeter pool six. miles
northwest would Indicate that there
may ho considerable sand yet to
lyinetraie Until ft Jones' No. 2
Tliruli farm has been delayed on
neeount of bad weather Wutor Is
scArre In this district.
The Kmpire Mas A I'll o I Co. and
the .Mld-Kanaas Oil company um
mh getting ready to start drilling
In this district with favorablo condi-
tions Henry Fischer
The death of Henry I'lschcr of
Pittsburgh formerly of thu cliy oc-
curred suddenly In Itochoster N Y.
on .Monilny afternoon. Mr. Plseher
was fit eiim old and spent tho first
20 yinrs or bis life. in llradioril
wheiu he was widely known nnd ud-
mlied 1'rom llrailford ha mo.ed
to Hlstarsvlllv W. Va. anil aooul
10 yi'iun iigo from that city to l'l.ts-
lull nil. He La Mil r Vl veil by hla wife
Herthn a son Donald; hla mother
Mra. Mlndel Klsi'hur of Ilrudfind
and a brother and slater Aaron
Klscher and Mr J. II. Menkes nf
this elty. Mr. Klaeher was a member
of tho MiiHons Klks and other (in-
ternal oignnlcatlouH. Tho body will
be brougnt tu llnnlford this morn-
ing und funeral ecrvlcus will lake
Place from the homo of the mother
30 I'enrl street Thursday afternoon
Tlm lltllnnlirnvji.l'iii'ik rill llnfln.
orlm Co. has. purchased n 600-ucrn
refinery site mid plpelluo terminal
14 in I U- below Ileaumont Tuxim on
Neches river. Il will build a
wharr tliero for lending tankers up
to 20 feet druft anil has urriingud
for a tract Just below Port Aitnur
foe efttri tile! Ini- nnrvtutm wlium .limin.
els imof larger draft. Thn main
site llcs'lrotwreii Magnolia refinery
which Is nearer Ileaumont and Unit
and Texas reflnetlcs nt Port Arthur
-wan tiireei journal.
Laic News' From Operations
In El Dorado' Arkansas
Iloylo and associate hnva com-
i.t.ln .1 n O inh.lnni .1 ... tl. . .1..
IMfivii i .i.vv'ii'i;. my iiuiii ui l-ilu
center of tho northeast ot the south
east ot 30-18-15 Hldorado Ark.
The Bouthern Oil tc Iind com-
pany's test In tho south'west of tho
northwest ot the southwest or 1-1-19-18
)iiv n duster ut 2244 feet. Jones
albson havo completed n dry
bote nt 2380 foet In 7-19-14 Iloory
and CJibson hava completed n dry
tho 2616-tnot sand In tho northwest
ot the southeast or 32-10-15.
Nichols nnd associates have A fail-
ure at 1247 feet in tho southwest nf
tho northwest of tho northeast of
Tho Terry-KIeld Oil company's
tost in thn centervof tho north lino
ot tho nortliweat of tho northwest
ot 10-19-15 has tho 8-Inch casing
set nt 2064 feet.
Ilomlne nnd associates havo a rig
up for n test In tho northeast of tho
southwest ot tho sMithcast ot 9-;o-16.
The Pratt Oil company has a rig
up In tho northwesttot tho southeast
Tho Union Petroleum corporation
teat at the center ot tho east lino or
th'o southwest ot tho northwest ot
9-19-16. has tho 8-inch raslnir ce.
mented at 2130 feet. This tost has
been drilling about ono year.
Williams and associates havo a
dry hole at 2230 feet In tho south-
east of 33-19-10.
I.ovo Ilrolhers test in the north.
east ot tho southeast of tho north-
west or 33-17-17 is dry in tho 3500-
Ilarton's test In tho southwest of
tno soutneust or tho northwest of
1K-17-10 Is shut down Indefinitely nt
Thn El Dorado-Lucas Oil svndl.
cato tct In tho southeast of the
nortftwost of 12-17-16 Is dry at 2232
lllnton & Mattoz have a iltiatnp m
3.007 feet In tho northwest nt tli
southwest of tho southeast Ot 29-
Tho White Oil -corporation has a
nry ono ai s.uoii reel In tho north
east ot tho northwest ot the south'
west uf 22-18.10.
Owens & Wrleht havo n lrv h'nln
at 2202 feet In the northeast of tho
souinwcsi or iu. 17-13 and will drill
to the dcopor sand
Dauccy and associates nre still
shut down at 15 feet In tho test
In 31-10. H but will btart operations
Tho Ooodwln-Dumns Oil syndi-
cate test In 32-10-15 Is dry at 1000
. Mnrlnnd to Get Tract 10.
PONCA CITY. l'eb. 4. Oil men
generally nro Interested In tho nn-
nouncoment from Washington to the
Osage Indian authorities that Com-
mlssloner Charles Ilurke of the In-
dlan department haa referred tho
matter of tract 19 back to tho Osnge
Indian council. This is the tract
which 15. W. Mnrland of this city
bought at tho Osagn Indian land
lease snlo at Pawhuska In December
and which tho Osago council refused
to approve maintaining that Mar
land's bid was not high enough. Mr.
Mnrland carried the matter to thn
commissioner and a hearing was had
In Washington recently with the
members of tho Osagei council pres.
ent. It Is understood that Uurke'a
recommendation to tho council Is
that the tract be awarded to Mar-
land on hid bid.
peer Creek to Get Deep Test
PONCA CITY rob. 3.-Tho Deer
Creek district ot eartorn Clrnnt
county ts to get n thorough deep
test nn tho result ot tho Stewart No.
2 missing tha 2 000-foot sand en-
tirely Tjio company Is now drilling
at linlnW 9.00A feol nn.l ntnlrt
Ing preparations for n deep test
uniting operations in tno Door Crook
district havo beon slowed down dur-
ing the past two weeks because of
the nolil weatlini nn.l ttnm ilmKai..
Tho Uluckwelr Oil oi (las Co has an
eigiu miiiinn-cumc.rooi gnsser in Its
No. 2 Martin nnd It has been turned
Into the Illaekwell pipeline
Notice to Cadillac
Having been with thn Cadlllno
tactory at Detroit tor seven
years I am Able to speclullto
on Cadlllno adjustments and
repairs llrlng your car In and
savo time and money.
601 t. Utlcn. Cellar S00S
The United Stales Geological
Petroleum Statistics for 1021
The t'nliM Plates a-elnslrat aurvfiy r -
UII. remains Ilia fpllowlns laM-a r-lallta
day nt mirnlli
tin importa and export.
rrodnrtlin of I'etrolfom hr I'Ulila.
llllnola anl M.
(lull Oml .....
Nrt Morka of IVI-ol-uni nn l.iat llrtr of Month.
lire. II.. Hit l)c. II 1910
W In.) 7117000 1546 000
101.401 r.00 71110000
llllnola ami N
(lull Cnait ....
lmMrta ami r.tporta
y v I)e.
Total Importa !7I11M
Total otporta . .. . . .. . . . . . . . r.35.10)
Meilcan l'atrolauin liald In u H.. 11110000
uaiiiorni. iiaurpa raprnaaMaliro.
il ".oa-a t neka. f Ini-lii.l-i oil loppxl jrt nt sni'a pipeline tank-farm and pro.
Prophets Without Honor
(Ily J. Hr.MIJIl THOMAS)
"Tho recent publication of an estl-
mato of the petroleum reserves of
tho United Btates has aroused In
Tulsa a controversy which Is not
conspicuous for n fair menial atti
tude on tho part of Its antagonists.
The criticisms havo ranged from nar-
enatle raillery to questioning tho mo.
lives of tho '15 eminent geologists'
'njiiMiniiiin inr ina mini report.
-ti ...it........ ..
The nsllmato mny bo emisldored
In three ways (1) tho figure aimed
at (2) tho method used and (3) the
desirability of making any estimate.
Tho criticisms avoid a sneclfle attack
on the riguin reached thoy Indicate a
hick or understanding or tho method
used but thoy deny flatly tho ndvls-
ability of attempting an ostlmntn.
"Lot us consldor tho first phaso.
Ocnlogy Is an Inexact sclencoj no Is
medlclno and surgery. Hoth nro Im-
proved by nn Increaso In observed
nnd classified facts. Would nnyono
rejnrt today an operation simply lie-
causo It had been unsuccessful In
18897 Korller estimates wore not so
carefully made nor could thoy havo
been. H11bsequontly when Improve-
ments wcro possible thoy were ro-
vised The rovlslon In each cnao has
Increased tho estimate. Llkewiso t)jG
number of men engaged In prospect-
Init for favorable torrltory has In-
creased Probably ono thousand
geologists are engaged In largo part
In this work as against about fifty
only 10 yoars ago.
"No ono considers that tha coun-
try has been surveyed completely for
Its possibility as yet but n largo
part ot tho estimato Is tha allowance
for future rields: 5.000.000.000 bar
rels may bo classified as oil in sight
nnn iuuuouoooxbarrels an pro.i-
pectivo nnd possible. That first
flguro in tin Interesting ono. Oper-
ators almost Invariably havo over-
estimated the amount of oil tholr
producing property will yield ofton
by several hundred per cent. Here
wo havo at least a fairly careful esti-
mate' ot tho prosent known fields.
As to outside nroas tho brief press
bulletin took spneo to say 'the esti-
mates of oil in nossrblo torrltorv are
absolutely speculative and hazardous
and that- although they represent
the best Judgment of tho geologists
they nevertholoss mny bo nt least
in pari wildly erroneous.'
"To what extent havo wo pros
pected outside areas In the last five
Venrn as against the Drecedlnir 26
years7 Operators nnd their geol-
ogists havo gone afar to Cat Creek
Mont. nnd Ml Dorado Ark. and
havo drilled deep to 4000 feet at
Orange Texas nnd 4100 feet nt
Ponca City and have found oil. Tho
known possibilities have lnernd
largely In tho Wit five years and
have been tested In great pait. Iii
addition to the It men responslblo
for the estimate perhaps sixty more
aided In its compilation and tho now
fields and deeper sands located by
those 76 men In tho last flvo years
would form n very Impressive Hat.
' "Ah to tho method used it must
ot necessity bo nn ntinroxlmatlon.
This lnn estimate not a calculation
but soma mathematical method wns
required. Consequently nn unde-
veloped nrra wns compared with a
developed area its geology consid-
ered and an arbitrary percentage of
possibility and chance was assumed
by tha mon best qualified to make
such nn assumption. Ot courso thcro
will be 11 large variance but the er-
rorn should compensate partly. Thla
accounts tor the results' which assign
millions ot barrels to states not now
productive-and not considered tavor-
nbly If they provo to furnish no
oil thoso amounts will tend to cover
nny deficiency In the estimate for
states now producing although tholr
undeveloped areas and deeper for-
mations have been treated In thn
same way. While this method can-
not bo accurate it must bo admitted I
IFOR SAI.n Thla now brick homa
at a riiluc-d prlca. Open for In-
apactlon. Center hall lama colon-
ial atatrara)' llvlnr room llbiary
dining breakfaat room two pan
Irlea kltclian lavatory and cloact
eolt en tit-iitMimatailiu- for tcrmhff
In production by fields stocks of last
Nor. 10. 1011a
jo. it ono
101 lit- 00(1
. 17101000 11.111000
. lll000 111000
II701000 l 919 000
of "llln-rnl OBa."e
lijT(t US lOt.Vtl
to bo ttic beat possible handling ot
'Thn question of tho advisability
of making such an estimate Is en-
tlroly a matter of porsonal opinion.
Ono may hold that our best Judg
ment should bo tabulated nnd later
revised If necossary; another may
feel that with ftich a wldo possi-
bility of error any figure Is useless
nnd oven misleading. There Is much
to bo snld for both sides. Tho wrltor
took no part In Hie preparation of
the estimate and even questioned its
advisability anticipating the very
rrltlclHins and misunderstandings
that havo arisen. However manu-
facturers nro wont to estimate In ad
vnnco tho probable sales of lliclr
products although they cannot knqw
In advanco tho public's wilt t" bin'
nor purchasing power. They do not
place undue reliance In bucIi figures
but use them for nuch holp ns they
may afford Thon why should tho
oil Industry neglect to look to tho
futuro nnd nttompt tho best possible
estimato on the oxpected results?
In It mora logical to content our
selves with tho philosophy 'neces-
sity will find a way' that our very
rnpldly Increased production has
nenrly kept pace with our oven moro
rapidly increasing consumption In
tho pnst nnd surely will do so In tho
"Tho question of ndvlsabtllly was
fully answered by ono of the op-
ponentn when ho wrote. 'When'
nature and tho law of supply and do-
iqnnd fall and they havo not yet
failed then Is tlm time to sound tho
alarm.' It might bo contended tint
then It will bo too lato to sound tho
"Tho most important point over-
looked by those critics ts Hint tho
estimates of tho past wcro attempted
by the very few members1 of tho
United Btates geological survey as-
signed to the oil resources whereas
thoy wcro joined In this latest esti-
mato by a largo number of tho most
able and experienced petroleum
geologists; employed commercially
and successfully in developing .oil
fields. This work was dono willingly
because of their belief In Its lm-
pnrtance nt n personal sacrlflco to
some of tho consulting gcologfsls
and In other rases nt tho' expense
of somo compnnlen loaning members
of their staffs. Surely tho oil in-
dustry must give some crodence to
its own several million dollar Invest-
merit In geology.
"Thef writer holds no brlof ror thin
estimato or Its expediency but does
foel that much unfair Illogical and
misinformed criticism has boenfdl.
reeled toward It."
"Xrtt il- SiMwr yGUr Mfnl MVII try to aerre with apeed.'
We Will Buy
AMKinrAN nit rtiiriNiso
4 'IINTl N KNTA I rKTIUILKl'M
flLADYK lli:i.I.K (III.
iMii-.rr.Niu-.NT on. 4 OAS
We Will Sell
Amerlron Oil Her..
IC. I. tinillh Oil
(iladia llrll (111. com.
(ilarira ll'llr. Oil I'M.
Ilumplirera Meiln .
llumiilireya Teiaa . .
KlngmMMl Oil rum
Imu rrtroleutu ....
C K II A It
tll.lt t ('l:TltAI. NATIONAL HANK nt.IIO.
with rear hall anttrlng from porta
cochera on tha flrat floor four
aleeplnc rooma. two balba one
maator hadrooiii. All tnttrlor walla
canvaaaed and painted neutral col.
ora tn oil Hot water heat auto-
BLAIR BROTHERS OWNERS
With .the Oil Men
l' C. Harrington wolt known oil
operator Is In tho city after two
months' absence In tho Kentucky
Oliver Whiting rcprcscntatlnc tho
South Chester Tube company In" in
the city on his wny to Mexico. Ho
will arrive In time to avoid paying
the J23.60 that has liecn charged for
p.issnortn by tho Mexican govern-
mejrt. Mr. Wiling wns accompanied
as far ns Tulsa by P. N. fjuthrle jr
general sales manager tor tho simo
peoplo with headquarters In New
C. A. Stoere goncrat superintend-
ent for the Gladys llelle Oil com-
pany loft yesterday with Mrs. fiteere
who Is seriously lit for Hnltlmore
Md. whero Mrs. Bteero will remain
under treatment In tho Johns Hop-
It. If. Went!: of th'o firm of Me-
Cnskey ft Wentz. who was operated
on for appendicitis at a Kups.in City
hospital Is reported improving rap-
idly and Is expected homo at 1'onca
City within n week. Ills friends havo
mndo many inquiries since Ills oper-
ation showing the high esteem In
which ho lit held tlt'roughout tho oil
uoorgn I'arKcr won Known oper-
ator Is the proud father of n. son
whom ho hnn named Joseph Ilrlght
Parker. This In Mr. und Mrs.
PnrkeVn third son in nlmost un many
yearn. "Wo will soon hnvo a drilling
crow" Is h'o wny Mr. Parker puts It.
A. A. Ilollstone president ot the
Continental Petroleum company
was In thn city yesterday from Itrls-
tow putting over tho finnl arrange
ments In tho big deal -recently con-
summated with thu Transcontinental
T. U.' Bllck well known oil pro-
ducer la In tho city for tho week-
end. Bam Longfellow in back from his
trip to Mexico where ho looked up
some holdings ho had tor somo time
t). M. Martlndale
A. C. Hlnclalr
Suits tOO E10 III Brourllr IJulldlns
I'lione Otace 2S0O
F. W. Freeborn
Consulting Petroleum Engineers
Vnluntlons Appraisals Manage-
ment nnd Operation ot Oil and
Design and Construction or Itc-
fincrlcs Skimming Lubricating
anil Cold Settling Plants
Tulsa Oklo. ' New Tork City
Mnyo Uldg. 02 Wall Street
MIIII.K (III & (IAS
(111 K.MV(IOI) Oil.
(I. . ( OMI'liKSMOV
VUI.COX Oil ft HAS
Noble Oil & (In. com....
Noble Oil Si (ina pfil
Noco l'ct. com.....
Noeo I'et. pfd
lied Hank Oil
Itejnltr ft I'rodurrrs
U H. Compreaalon.
"eateni Oil llelda
Wlleux OU & Una
k. r- T.miAN
matU controlled Full slie bi-
rnent. Onrar for thr curi and
rvanti quarters bath. Cor
tier lot contain. nf ona half aer.
tl9 .South .Madlron be it tocatloa
in wiv cur
and found that they were adjacent
to nnd west of tho famous Tnteen
field. 'The geologists say that wo
have something good" said Mr.
Longfellow "Uut as fnr ns I am con-
cerned. I like this country well
enough' to do me nt tho present mo-
rnent. The people aro coming thin
way rather than going Into Moxlco
WITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
CWENWOOD OIL CORPORATION
rnopuenrts tinpiNKits MAmtETuna
INVADER OIL CORPORATION
surnmon I'BTnoi.Buit rnonucTB
BARNSDALL REFTNTNG COMPANY
nitcutlre Offlceai Tenth Floor Petroleum Hide. Tutaa I'hona Oaace 9011
Iteflnery lllihtart Oklahoma
J 1 .
OIL STATE REFINING COMPANY
f Kith Orada Petroleum Producla From flarber Crude
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Alwaya In the Market for Petroleum Froduota
COSDEN & COMPANY
HIOH GRADE PETROLEUM TrtODUCTS
ACME PETROLEUM COMPANY
Chicago Offlcat flO South Mlehlsan Avenue
KANBAR CtTT OFFICE TUL3A OFFICE DALLAS TF.XAS
401 Security Hide. 209 Ateo Illda;. too ringer DlJu.
FUUL OIL OA8 OIL KUnoSENE. NAntTHA QASOLlNi:
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
"Padco" j'KTnoLnuM rnoDUCTa
New Flrat National Dank Uulldlng
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
Fhonea Oaasa STOO-01
MANUFACTUnEU8 1'ETilOLlSUM PRODUCT P SALES PEPT.
7IJ New Flrat National Hank lllJr.
EMPIRE REFINERIES INCORPORATED
Reflnarlea Located at Okmulrae. Oklahoma City Cuahtng Tonca City Okla.
Salea Offlct rtionaa 7001
CHESTNUT & SMITH CORPORATION
Wanufacturera CaalnKhearS Abaorptlon and Blended QasoUno
Phona Ofag- 0220
MANUFACTURERS OF STRAIGHT IlUN GASOLINE
deneral Offlcea 403 South Cheyenne Street
. Phone Oaaia 7S0
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
l PRODUCERS AND REFINERS
St. Louta Mo. Arcade Illda;. Tulaa Okla. Mayo Dtdc.
Chlcaeo III.. Continental Commercial Bank 11 Ms. .
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
Froductnr and Land Dept.
70S Kennedy Illda;. Tulaa.
THE PURE OIL COMPANY
r.nn:;nniE3 at gushing and ardmore
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CARS LEASED REPAIRED AND REBUILT
GEO. F ORIOHAM Dlatrlct Manacer 1001 Daniel Bids;. Tulaa
Worka: Coffeyvtlla Kanaaa Telephona 1110
GASOLINE WITH THE PEP
CHAS. F. NOBLE OIL & GAS CO.
Froducera and Ileflnera of Crude Oil and Manufacturera Caalnshead Oaiolhia.
Main Office Tulaa Okla.
OKLAHOMA PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
E PETROLEUM AND
Salea and General Offlcea! O. F. & n.
CONSTANTIN REFINING CO.
Oeneral Offlcea Tenth Floor Flrat National Bank Bldr.
REFINERIES TULSA DEVOL ' TIIONE OSAGE 010
IMPERIAL OIL MARKETING CO.
C. L. MAYHALU President
Markatara Tetrolaum and lta Prodllcta Including all Gaaillno Naphtha Keroana
Dlatlllatea. Gaa Oil. Black OU and Bond Oil made by Imperial Iteflnlnc Co.. ArJ
mora Okla. General Offlceai 14th Floor Wairgoner Bids. Fort Worth. Teaaa.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
nEFINERS OF HIGH GRADE CRUDE
rONCA CITV OKLA.
J. F. CAMPION OILS
l0T't0l-t0t COSDEN BLDO.
HIGHWAY OIL REFINING CORPORATION
HAW CARINtlllEAD AND CAH1NGIIEAD BLENDS I
Wa Sell Only Guaranteed Gasoline ot Our Ovn Manufaotura From
Our Nina Oklahoma I'lanta.
OSAGB 11I I D. Ill 207-11 LYNCH BLDO.. TULSA
TRANSCONTINENTAL OIL CO.
TRODUCERS REFINERS MARKETERS
NEW WRIGHT BLDO TULSA OKLA.
MARATHON MOTOR OIL .MARATHON GASOLINE
KANSAS & GULF COMPANY
FRODUCERS REFINERS TRANSPORTERS and MARKETERS
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
Petroleum Bide. Telephone Osace 1010 Tulaa Okla.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
R. J. BHARrB and R. T. MUS8ER Realdent Asenta
.IMPERIAL REFINING CQMPANY
C. L. MAYIIALL V. Free and Oan. Mgr.
Manufacturera high grade Gaeollne. Naphtha Keroaen& Dlatlllatea. Gaa Oil. Fuel
Oil and Road OU. All producta aotd (through. Imperial Oil Marketing Company
14th floor W. T Waggoner Bulldlhg Fort Worth. Texaa. ...
General Offlcea) Fori Worth Teiaa ' Barlneryt Arilmora Okla.
AMERICAN OIL AND TANK LINE COMPANY
MANHATTAN-.OIL PRODUCTS COMPANY
Manufacturera and Markatara of Petroleum Product.
galea Otflcal 111 Kennedy Uldg. Fhonea Cedar lUt and 2T'I
TULSA OKLAHOMA J
nnd until they drill Into a new pool
and open up something new thera
will not bo nny great rush Into M.t.
ico. Certainly It looks good to mi
bnck to Tulan." -
To in Lyons of the rirm of Wee
ft Lyons nttorney left last niBni
for New York on n business trip
FOP.T WOnTlt TP.XAn
and Ileflnera of
414 Unity HldY Tulaa Okla.
r Palea Dept.
308 South La Salle St. Chlcaso
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