This paper reviews the development of the Ordovician oil production in Ohio and the difficulties attending the first application of geology. Conditions in the Trenton are discussed and the discovery of a new oil zone about 600 feet below the top of the Trenton, representing probably the St. Peter sandstone, is described.

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