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This Is a picture of Publishers oiler No. 7. drilled In May 25. The well Is in the corner of the Klncaid land, two hundred and sixteen feet south of the famous- Far
rlngton Gusher. It is a Kansas big oiler, with eighty-six feet of oil sand, deepest oil sand ever secured in the state. Thecompany will drill oiler No. S three hunared and sixty
feet east of this well on the Barker Spindle Top Mound. Buy vour stock today before another gusher doubles up the price. Publishers' stock will continue to advance until
it passes the one-dollar mark. - ? "
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Proves to be One of the Largest
Oil Wells in the Kansas Field.
Publishers' Company Have Struck One of the Biggest Oil Wells in
Kansas Stock Sure to Go to One Dollar Per Share.
Twenty Thousand Shares of the Treasury Stock Now Placed on the Market at Tweatf
(20) Cents Per Share, easy worth forty cents per share right now, but will be sold at
this price to the first parties who remit for same, or come here to investigate Monet
to be invested in crowding development.
Will you grasp an opportunity while it knocks at your door? If so, wire the Secret!
of the Publishers' Co. to hold you One Thousand Shares at Two Hundred (200) Dollars.
Few people realize the possibilities of one thousand shares of
Publishers' stock. The Company has one thousand and forty acres
of oil land; they have just drilled their seventh big oev They haveP
one tract of four hundred acres of oil land that has cost twenty-five
$25,000) thousand dollars, together with their other land, and the
big strike made this week makes their holdings worth a quarter of
?l million dollars on a conservative basis. They have room on land
absolutely surrounded by oil wells for three hutidred oilers. They
have a possible production of four thousand barrels of oil per day.
When the field is developed one thousand shares will bring you
three barrels per day.
GUSHER OIL IN A HEAVY COLUMN FORTY-EIGHT FEET HIGH
The Publishers' oil well No. 7, a picture of which appears on this
page, threw oil more than fortyeight feet high Friday morning, May
26th, at several different times. The oil is running out of the well and
running down the ravine. There are eighty-six feet of oil sand in this
well showing a gain over the Farrington Gusher of five and a half feet.
This well will be tubed and under control either Friday night or some
time Saturday. No one knows the amount of oil it is capable of pro
ducing. Conservative men place it at a one hundred barrel well. The
managers here claim from forty to fifty. The Publishers' Co. have room
for sixty more wells on land safer than this location.
Next Well Will Be Drilled on Spindle Top-Barker Knoll, Where Oil Men Believe the Hatt
Pool of the Cherryvale Field Will Be Secured.
By next Monday, the Publishers7 drillers will be plugging away for another oiler.
The next location will be three hundred and sixty feet due east of the Publishers
Kincaid Ghisher on the edge of the Spindle Top-Barker knoll where oil men believe
the main pool of the Cherryvale field will be secured, iforth of this location two hun
'dred and twenty-jive' feet is the big Denver-International well which gushed oil fifty
feet above the derrick two days after it was shot, and is now making sixty barrels of
oil per day. Eleven hundred feet south of this location, the Publishers'-Barker well
Mb. 4 is now flowing nine barrels of oil per day, and has made since last November
nearly twelve hundred barrels of oil. 1
BUY YOUR STOCK TODAY BEFORE ANOTHER VVZS ffiSWftB
Ihe Publishers7 Co. has one hundred and
fifteen thousand shares of treasury stock still in
the treasury. Twenty thousand shares of this
stock will be sold at twenty (20c) cents per
share. The balance of the stock will be sold in"
from fifteen to twenty thousand share lots, as the'
Company drills in additional wells. The next
twenty thousand shares will be sold at twenty
five cents. The stock is just as sure to go to one
dollar per share as daylight follows darkness
This Company, without a doubt, is the strongest
and most promising oil company in the Kansas
oil field. There is every indication that they
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have the main pool of the Cherryvale field right on their land. ISTo man can tell what a few days will develop when the drill is running night and
uuy m territory wim gusiiers on one side, oil wells on tne otner tnree ana gusners on ineir ianas wim seven nunarea ana twenty acres yet to drill on.
Come to Cherryvale and Investigate for Yourself
Tou can reach Cherryvale from any point in Kansas, Missouri or Okla
homa in from three to seven hours. It is only one hour's ride from Cherry
vale out to the Publishers' Oil field. If you have from one hundred to one
thousand dollars to invest, wire the secretary how much stock you desire
held, and take the first train for Cherryvale. The Publishers' Co. have the
goods in sight, and are ready and willing to show their property. To make
a long story short, you cannot beat this investment anywhere in the state;
twenty men taking one thousand shares each will secure all this stock. Tou
will see it bringing one-half dollar per share in le3 than sixty days. The company is on a solid bath
regularly chartered, and managed by men who generally finish what they start. They will be pay-
ing dividends in ies3 man sixty days.
There are two different men who are figuring now on ten
n of merit will not la3t forever. The company treate the small
sideration. We will sell vnn nn hnnArnA .
The stock will soon ba sold.
thousand shares each. A proposition
and large investor with the same consideration. We will sell you one hundred share for twent
uuuoii,i ut .,, iuf. two Hundred dol
lars, or ten thousand shares for two thousand dollars. Buy some of this stock; got it now. XJf th
wires if you know a good thing when you read about it. The stock will goon be sold. When thi
13 gone the balance will bring from twenty-five cents to a half dollar. 1
Write or wire for further information to
H. H. Tucker, Jr., Secretary, Cherryvale, Kansas.