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The Greatest Oil Field in the World
THE NAVAJO Oil COMPANY
Owns 480 Acres of the Choicest Oil Lands in the Famous SAN JUAN OIL FIELD, South
eastern Utah., by far the Greatest Oil Field ever discovered'
EIGHTEEN WELLS HAVE BEEN DUELLED IN THIS FIELD TO DATE WITHOUT ONE SINGLE FAILUBE. THE FIRST, AT A DEPTH OF 220 FEET,-PRODUCED
BY, ACTUAL TEST 800 BARRELS PER DAY. THE OH, IS 38 DEGREES GRAVITY PARAFFINE, BASE WORTH $3 PER BARREL AT-THE WELL. IT IS THE
BEST REFINING OIL IN THE COUNTRY. f k . ....,' j,
SAN JtTAN OIL FIELD
Ha been examined by the ercatest geologists and oil experts ,in the world. All neree that it is without question lha greatest o il field ever discovered. The field it
fifty miles wide by ninety miles in length. Eight joil Minds nrc exposed,! aggregating over 300 feet in, thickness, thus giving as surance of largeard continuous pro
auction. The formation is regular and unbroken, free from faults and fractures. Our land is considered one of the choicest ho Mings in the field. We propose to
develop it vigorously b y drilling a large number of well. , .
This is Your One Life Time Chance,
To get in on the ground floor in n field that is going to make man;, millionaires. Wo doabt, these statements seem exaggerated, but just read the following letter as to'
what Mr. Andrews, the Klondike millionaire, has to say about this great field. Mr. Andrews has invested very heavy in the San Juan field.
San Juan Oil Fields, Dec. 17, 1009.
Mr. J. D. Crawford, Oakland, Cal. Dear Sir:
I have been here five days and have looked the field over; that is, the
part that is being worked at present. There, are eighteen wells now and
oil in all of them, and twelve more being put down now. They are
from 220 to 1200- feet 'deep. The 12C0 ones are through four sands and
there is oil in all of them. They expect to cut the fifth sand any time
and are going 2000 feet before they stop. There are five more rigs on
Just Look at the Men Who Will Look After the Company's Affairs
Charles N. Walter, Asst. Cushicr, First Natl. Bonk, Oakland.. President H. Ei Petersen, E. IS.., mining and oil expert, Oakland, ..V. P. and Mgr.
Dr. Arthur H. Wallace of .Oakland, , . , , Secretary 4ZA.V.
Judge E. M. Gibson, President Bank of Commerce, Oakland. .Treasurer t Walter A. Gompcrtz, Merchant, Berkeley Director t
, ' ' a Jr .'s . f .
Remember, you can not cot rich ' , Oil It) king nuil Navajo Oil Com-
.i,y ,h0 ...at or lwbrew.' You Had You Been, One ,of theEarly Birds ' dpiszr&'X&JsZ!"'
must mako your savings work. Start ' . our land la tho choicest to bo had
today. 'Don't wait until somo moro , anywhere.
.. , , ., When oil was struck in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Oklahoma, Texo Our monagement Is our pride,
opportune time, lou tan begin tho .,.., " salaries paid our directors,
foundation or a fortune on ns small Kansas, and California, and had invested a few hundred dollars' in aity our profits will como from dlvi-
nn amount as S 15.00. This may ' . of " wen oil was first struck-you would be independently D u want to 8hnr0 ,n
seem small, but wo loll you. and can rieh today WMo today! Tomorrow may ho
e too Intel
proro.lt. too. that less than One Hun- , intc.tlg.tel Wo will answer all
drcd Dollars Invested a fow jcars questions fully.
Don't Miss This Opportunity' . ravr w,u 8dvanco
millionaire. Do not say "I never ( Wo M0 Jncor,)0rntcj uniler tIl0
had a chance." Perhaps you nover , , , , , A, , . lw of Arizona, stock fully paid,
Get in on the ground floor and be one of those who arc going to make nmi non-ansessaiiio. Capital l.ooo,-
had bofore. but ou havo now. Don't . . 000 TnIu0 tl;00 1)cr
I thousands from a small investment share.
WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL BUY
$15 cash will buy 100 shares
, par value $ 100
$30 cash will buy 200 shares,
par value 230
$75 cash will buy 500 shares
par value ..a.... SCO
$159 cash will buy 1000 shares'
par value 1,000
$750 each will buy 5000 shares
par value WOO
$1500 cash will buy 10,000 shares,....
par value 10,000
Colonial Mortgage anil Deposit
' 1 i
GROUND FLOOR COUPON.
Colonial M. and D, Company,
627-628 First National Bank,
Enclosed please find dollars,
as payment 'on shares of
the capital stock of,the Navajo Oil
Company at fifteen cents per share.
I purchase this stock with a
thorough understanding that the par
value is $1 per share
Address , i -f t
Buy Navajo Oil Stock While You Can at 15 Cents
A BIG BULL MOVEMENT IN OIL IS ON
AND WITH THE TACTS BEFORE
YOU MAY BE ABSOLUTELY ASSU
IT WILL CONTINUE'
WITH IMMENSE PROFITS TO TH
MONEY WISELY. THE TEACinN
Financial; Agents, ,
Suite 626628 First National Bank
Building. Oakland. Cal,
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the road now and there will be more. There is room for 1000, as it is
a big field. As far as you can .see, the formation runs as true as 'a
plane, with no fanlt in it. It is the greatest country I have ever seen,
and she is 0. K. Will write more next time,
I am having the work done and will be back in San Francisco in
twelve days. It is much better than I expected to find it and we Will
all make a lot of money. Well. I think this is all for this time. I could
nottcll you all In a week, so will close. Yours truly,
(Signed) C. ANDREWS.
YOU, AS HEREINBEFORE STATED,
OSE WHO DISTRIBUTE THEIB
G OF , PRECEDENT CONDITIONS
$3 down and $3 per month for 4 months,
buys 100 shares, par value $100.
$6 down and (0 per month for 4 months
buys 200 shares, par value $200.
, $9 down and 19 per month for 4 months
buys 300 shares, par value $300.
$12 down and$12 per month for 4 months
buys 400 'shares, par value $400.
$15 down and $15 per.month for 4 months
buys 500 aharespar value $500.
$30 down and $30 per month for 4 months
buys 1000 shares, par value $1000.
$150 down and $150 per month for 4
months buys 5000 chares, par value $5000.
Mail your check at once for as
much of this stock as -you can take,
as this allotment will not last long,
or cable your order at our expense.
Cable Address, '.'COLONIAL,"
Young man with knowledge of
stenography and bookkeeping, for
General onico work. Apply "J.
II.", Ilullctln oincc.
Everyone to nsk for the Mr Nlcki1!
Tablet. Tor sale at tho llullotlu
office, and lu BlutlonorwUores. tt
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
tly .joiiiib Japanese, situation In
store, uood worker. Small wage
to start. "A. II.", this omce.
Japanese Conlilnp School. Families or
Hotels supplied with cooks. C. ai.
Motzlc, 1457 Auld l.nno. Tel. ICG I.
Young man wishes .clerical position;
flm-class references. Address A,
Ilullctln omce. 4G38-2t
Party with capital wishes to buy In
terest In mercantile business In
which ho can toko nctlvo part.
Address "Capital," this olTlco.
Passbook SCI i last. Kinder plcaso re
turn to Dlshop & Co.'s Savings Dank,
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretanla Its.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sal
ordayi excepted. Operating-, 8-11
a.' in., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The beet lenses in town to fit
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10" a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables. 100: Res-
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Stt,
M. E. Silva, ,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
1120 FORT STREET PHONE 170
Night Call. 1014
.CALENDARS and LEATHER
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Young Bldg. Tel. 339.
Delivered to residences
and offloei at 23o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant 8U
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
' Btretania St,:- Opp. Sachs'.
lleacli cottage at Diamond Head,
Address "ii ", Ilullctln omce.
Clean furnished rooms; S I ., $ 1 . r, 0 , S2
jefr week. 12S.1 Port St. t
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
D. McOonnslI, 1223- Emma-Bt.
ROOM'S AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without bohrd. "1634'
Nuunnu Are , near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-tI
For sale, rent or lease, on or about
March 1, house of three bedrooms
(closit off each), parlor, dining
room, pantry, .kitchen, bathroom,
olcctrlc lights and gas; largo
chicken yard and house; servants'
quarters; on two cor lines; three
minutes' walk from Punahou lino.
Call at 1941 South King before ll
a. m., or after 4 p. in., Jor partic
Tho Transo envelope a Jlme-savlng
InvMitlnn? V7rt,1i!rrsi!nir nnroa-
sacy in sending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilullctln Publishing Co.,
solo agonts for patentee. tt
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. Dargalns in,
watrhca, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Tort St. 44t-U
Men's clothing on ci edit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Dldg., Kort'St.
Intcr-lsland and Oaliu Kallroad ship
ping books, at llullotl'j offlce. tl
A fine. No. 1 barred Plymouth Rock
Piano taught in G oos, S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention, la
Maunakea near AbsI Theater, Call
up phono 687 if you want a cock,
good boy or servant.
MARIE KENNY from, San Francis
co, uramatlt. stuillo, 17S Here,
tanla. Phono 33. '
Tee Sing. Kee-Flumber and Tinonltk,
opma (.. out. iioiei ana rsusni.
LIMITED - . L
For & Go6d 'Furniture
P. H. BURNETT ,
" " s
- Com'r. of Deeds for California Mi
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC J
Grant Marriage License ( Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds; Bills of Bale,
Leases,. Willi, Eto.- Attorney for tha
District Courts. 70'MEROBjajn fl.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS,
All Kinds of,HatsCjeane4,and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURBO, Specialist,
1151 Fort Street. epnOMTtnt.,,, '
Honolulu, T. H. ' . ' t ,i
Consulting, Designing and Con
structing engineers. t
UKva. AJUUUU.KV. UVUMtW HHUV'1.1 1
tures, Bteel btruotures. Banitarr Svs- I-
Items, Reports and Estimates on Pro- -
lecis. rnone no.
FOR SODA WATER
Ring Up . ""1
RYOROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA '
' WORKS ,
Telephone 270 .'
AND OTHER PIANOS '
Thayer Piano Co,
150 Hotel St. Phono 218.
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