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Derrick (Newspaper) - November 20, 1922, Oil City, Pennsylvania HE OIL CITY DERRICK; MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER PACE EiEVFX 110O WELL MEASURE LINES, REELS, REFINERY REPAIRS, POWERS, JACKS, OIL WELL SUPPLIES, RIG IRONS. Millions of Dollars Will be Spent by American and Engllsli Companies, ARACO NO DRIVBN-CASf STEEL OR CAST IRON FRAME OIL CITY ENGINE POWER CO. OIL CITY, PA. NEW YORK Church Street, Raom 1510 HoiiituA.Ttii., Nov. tnf-'i- 41 Hie Oil City PerrkVj AelJ [tlf u Ui iccflpi of btkicd tr from iHchiel A- Kptilwy K-JHH! at reyuVHc o( in wti'.rh pelrolfuni pod III lhal country arf forth tht prepiJ-AUom 'or de- ihown. cca- ran) rilli for ol Hiillloni of b) AmerUin and KnglUh tr'-l conipjnlta .Hie and oil campuri.ifl. live Into moitf-rn wJtli vfmenls togtirnr ivjth a my cooipijiki art a Tht Anrtean. Tropical. The at The Uiilf. hold territory Jo dale, inJ lo vj'hkli itanlly add tn je, "The Tropic ft L no tar, MJK cmly pniJufllun. nol ijiuHi sii'l Ilk WtHMl _ tfH. In Womlvlll" lowoiMn r r n rlM ll IlLLU jndwh.h 1--------- tf-Jit on V- West Easl o[ Toledo Make5 80 Barrel's (d tlie1 tljiil dennuvl fur l.Kudi asr.tide ami the many nslnral rna arc liifir ra'Jifr than Men riiand for blenJnij ft: U Ihf 0 Ion ll not tuiio LATE'HEWS OF DISTRICT Ailylre fr. An IK Hut lh Jack-son ro'jutv. to tTiro'Jgh all i f-d niitltii.l ullh it end llicn drl'l two mori on-il Inn as M rlvft vsflli r.eir co'Jiity. It Is n-ortvl that tfjcnl novv drilHflJ? (he ilrllllnir trtifi a1- i rlljffr- and In for a pricf- not Llnu lot all ilallv. tut ihfj r.ol inyJriB L-iitly as'r.f.1 c Thpic i ,hu hrtve to o ionie of inaXhig 'i> iiii have of s Mr. tlill Wtil I it.' a- well. Cnlifornl.i- Standir.S, drilling Cnrnieu, am) j enough for inn >11 t Iisslloii lli% t tlit-y ttif- r tint .il'.e .jtu'lTCH iro KOfnl .1 n-.atKf! tvr li'irninjf olli first 31 rioutj. bs'ng (U1., tl Si Refiners Beginning to Feel Effects of Low Markets ,.j ,h-r VnrThfir Produaols l' flit llf nJ j of ihf -rnunlry l it f unlil I- off Ih- wlilrh w.i: 1'. .JJuilwrms No lii from 15 i" 00 liorsc iwittv, oiulpiKd lUierolbk- One Clmi'li. JIH.I.ETIXS OS Iir.QUliT. Franklin' Yalveless Engine Co, 1't'nita. DISTUUIliTOIlS riy. Mustwe. (JUla. uinl Tuflil llunwa Mflrllnsillle Co.. Sew Maill Virginia South Chester Tube Manufacture" of CASING, TUBING, DRIVE PIPE, ROTARY DRILL PIPE, LINE PIPE, MERCHANT PIPE Mill Main Office, Chester, Pa. Our tirnlimi arc cwrtel lo nock bi llic lollou- f'M W. VL I M InllKl fiyvly fjtf. I'J. 1' fEHHSflVAKlA TANK CARS Uucd, Bull, RebviU ry to mncli (f of In thi ll under r.armi! art Tanh t'arl m the I TAMi USE. llieic in Win fmiflU. OetHW, i.ial. 10 Kwe illnn maj M nlmlKd rrora ol Shipment ol Powers can be made frow Alio a lull line oi Pumping Jacks and Converted Gil Engines. BOVAiRD SEYFANG MFG. CO. Main Hrwch Oil Drilling Boiler RECOONIZED STANDARD OF THE OIL FIELDS OF THE WORLD FOR 50 YEARS Immediate DeliTery ol AH From For Further Informa Engbteo, Foundm, MachnMt, (Wlarmakert, Tank BuiUert, Pattemimkcn ialvaniied Smoke Stacks Galvanized Derrick Forges Steel and. Iron Boiler Tubes a few of the itemo our Tank and Boiler Worlsi will quote you some inlerestinf; prices on. KEYSTONE PIPE fr SOPPLV CO. 234 E. Cunniishsin SI. Bolh Phtmei 710 Butltr, arry S. Myers Iracto ORIGINAL MYERS WINCH Wilh All Hairy S. Myers Palented March 28. 1922 April 18, 1022 April 18, 1922 April 36, 1925 y 30. Tliii cut >howi Winch ond Ford- son A complete PortabU oiilfit. Designed Oil Country Use Patting Rodi Wire Line. For moving; hcnvy m.chinerf, Cim be uitd for hoiitinr Our .tt.chment convcrli thij into ideal bail- machine. Aik your FORDSON DEALER for dcmomlratwn on your VAN, PENN'A. TANK LWE far wrtui THE PENNSYLVANIA j TANK CAR COMPANY HARRY S. MYERS, Manufacturer. Tamrlco. Cllj. TnlM. Den-'" There is a A Reid Pumping'Power That Will Meet The _ rvc I AnvOther mere is n RequiremcnU Of Your Oil Lease Better Than Any Other ram KM Tnwr JOSEPH REID 6AS EWE COMPANY, Oil City, Pennsylvania, U. S. A.
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