A well of more than usual interest has recently been completed in Florida. This boring as a test for oil or gas was begun September 13, 1926, by the Ocala Oil Corporation in the center of Sec. 10, T. 16 S., R. 20 E., Marion County, Florida. The location is 16 miles west-southwest of Ocala, or about 3 miles south of York. Drilling was continued until July, 1928, since which time operations have been suspended on account of unsuccessful attempts to recover or sidetrack lost tools. The total depth attained was 6,180 feet.

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