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EL PASO HERALD
STILL GET GOOD
Magnolia Company Brings
in a 5000-Barrel well
at 2502 Feet.
Rauger, Texas. Not. 10. The
Turner TJo. 2 of the Magnolia Pe
troleunj company is making a daily
flow of 5000 barrels. This well is
first completion on the J. T. Tui
tract. ax and a half miles west of
Ranger and southeast of Pleasant
Grove church lot. The production
sand was encountered at 25 02 feet.
On the Brooks Heirs tract where
a number of good wells have re
cently been brougut in. the Texas
Arkansas Oil company's fourth big
v, ell is in. It is getting a t-ow of
Huo barrels from the uppc sand
encountered at 333 feet and extend
ing to ZbZ'l feet.
In the Pleasant Grove territory
K. C. Fain and associates have
t-rrught in their well on the west
acre of the Pleasant Grove church
lease. The drill penetrated the pay
sand seven feet. The drillers lost
their tools at 3522 feet. The well la
mak'ner 60 barrels.
On the S. S. Holleman tract In the
shallow pay along the Eastland-!
tepnens rounty line tne nercnies j ot and bridged. The
Lru, UDlu,r.t, V . .J! . rttoM of the shot cannot be deter
Faith In Well
At Big Spring
Test on McDowell Lease
Expected to Yield 100
Barrels a Dayr
Big Spring, Texas, Nov. 1. If the
General Oil company's oil test on the
McDowell lease Is properly brought
In, officials of ' the company say It
will be good for a daily production
of 100 barrels. A derrick is betng
erected and a rotary rig Is being in
stated for the purpose of developing
the sand encountered a few days
The oil showing encountered at
46a feet In the afcCarley oil test on
the Doothit ranch has been passed
up. Drilling is making good head
way. On the Braaton ranch the test oi
the Texas Producers oil company will
resume drilltna within the next few
days. The well has been shut down
wniie tne casing was being set.
The Home Production Oil company's
weu in tnw vicinity is anijmg around
70e feet. The drillers encountered a
showing of gas several days ago. This
nas been cased otr and tne reaming
fob nas been completed.
Nc ?. The drill Is six feet in the
p- sand found at ISO feet. The wcil
!s flowing at the rate of 500 barrels
per day .
Tne first sand has been nassed
through in the Barclay et al. Turner
No - and the well Is making 200
barrels while th- riHers are drilling
at a depth of 3450 feet. The upper
sand was fan mi at 3298 feet and ex
tended to 3310 feet
A Good Dally Flew.
The Ranger Central Oil comnanvi
rec-.t completion on the Brooks
Heirs tract, brof'-ht In at a nth of
ZoA'j ff-et is raking about 2004 bar-
1 re 's of of! dallv.
In tb "Oesdeptona district tlte New
Rouh on conpsny's Waldroo wrfl ,
Ton- 5vw(n of oil around a denth
" o "7 ft. Thm waII was gTvn n
CurLiT)sr Hair Like This
Promotes Its Health
For those ho hair is straight
and lank nothing- better could be rec-
TOrmenoed tnan tne sumerine method.
This insures a beautiful rnrliness
mcn is perfectly natural in aDDear-
anre. and the health of the hair l
not arrecred as where the heated iron
is used. A few ounces of Uaald sil
menne which ran of course be had
a; any dreg store lasts a long time,
sc It is quite economical to use. It Is
pleasant to uss too, being neither
sticky nor greasy, and ts easily ap
plied with a clean tooth brush. The
hair should be moistened the full
lencrth before retiring.
The pretty wavy effect In nlhnn
In the morning Is surprising to those I
mined until the bridge is cleared
The Mrs. E. C Woodard No. 1 well
of the Magnolia. Petroleum com par y
is flowing at the rate of iS barrels
per hour with the tools In the no'e.
Southwest of Desdemona. the
Texaaa Oil companva well on the
Lewis tract is producing: a small
aisonct of oil st a denth of 7ss feet.
The estimate of this flow has sot yet
The A. C Brown No. 1 of the Cen
tral OiJ and Tere1opment company
is dry at rh 3210 foot level. It will
The Pearrten No. 2 of the Central
Oil and TVvf loTimcnt comnanv is
malda" a sho"-in at a depth of MM
eer. The or"cfis of the company
esrect a small 'nmcner.
INTP". VT K rOMDICTXT);
WELL MAKING 375 BARRELS
Tulsa, Okla, Not. 18 The initial
test of Westheimer and rtaube on the
Isabel land In the new Hewitt field.
Carter county, has been comoleted.
The well Is making a daily flow of
In the Beggs district. Pnrdy and
associates have a left barrel well in
the Dutcber sand encountered at a
denth of MM feet.
The Mariano Refining company has
a showing for a big well la its test
being drilled in a new territory in the
western portion of Osaa-e county. The
showing was found arojend 2560 feet.
In Pawnee county. Slick and Jones
haye a well on the sand with a good j
snowing. This test ts an offset to the
Operation Steady in Calla
han County; Lots of Gas
in Grant No. 1.
Banger. Tex, Soy. 10. The follow
ing is the status of wells, operating
In Callahan county.
Ohio Cities Oil company. Grant No.
I. making 3,000,00 cubic feet of gas
and a showing of salt water at a
depth of 678 feet.
Raymond Oil company's Anthony
No. 1, showing oil at aroun.l 500 feet
Andy Urban et aL, Tabor No. 1, shut
down for gas atCM feet.
Byron-Union Oil company. Hen
nessey No. 1, preparing to spud In.
New South Oil company's Vestal No.
1. drilling up unaerreamer lug at a
depth of 2750 feet.
Alamo Petroleum company's Hart
No. 1. temporarily abandoned at 122
Clyde-Callahan Oil company. Woody
No. 1. shut down at Its feet
E. H. R. Green et aL. Scott No. 1.
shut down for gas at a depth of 1158
Littenger et aL. Albln No. 1,
abandoned bole, akiddtea- rig.
K. c. Harrey et aL. Crosby No. 1.
Mm Pfldl K Big Companies
nniiUMi I UUL 10 Interested In
Folsom Well Opens tip New
Territory to the South
west. Banger. Texas. Nov. 19. The
Ranger poo has another extension,
this time to the southwest The
bringing in of the Folsom Petroleum
company's No. 1 test on the Hawk
tract bas aroused much interest in de
velopments in that direction. The
fell is one mile southwest of the Per
kins territory and is making 206 bar
rels of oi! from a total depth of 1600
The Ranger pool has had a number
Two Big Companies Have
Leased Up Holdings
OU possibilities In the Panhandle of
Texas are attracting the hti? on con
cerns and several of the biggest ope
rating companies of Texas have been
and are leasing large tracts of land
In Hartley ceenty the Texas Pa
cific Coal and Oil company and the
ITairie oil and Gag company are said
to have leased 2&S.ee acres and tne
.after ts reported to hare made threo
drilling contracts. Most of the land
was leased at SI an acre, but
of extensions since th dv when the went as high as S2. These two con-i
first large gusher came in on the ceras are saia to ae on a deal for me
icaae oi u ou rignis on a Dig body
of land in Oldham eoanty next to the
naruej county line and belonging to
the Matador Land and Cattle com-
Prairie on aad Gas company
Is reported as bavin a boat coasts nj
mated a deal .tor a large area of land
in the wrath western part of Oldham
county from tha Capitol Land syndicate.
Toe -empire uas and r"ael com-
nnderreainhiE at 1425 fet.
Morris and sink. Peek No. 1,
in on the
fieasant urove enures Jot. Bat ail
of those extensions were to the north
and west. The largest well brought in
in the southern part of the pool was
the No. 4 of the Hnmble company on
the Ferg-uson tract, and that well was
not considered an edge well.
The Empire Oil and Gas company
has 169 acres in the Peep.es tract in
this section of the field. Operations
will no doubt be started on this prop
erty at an early date.
The States Oil corporation has 195
acres On the P. H. Hood tract. 120
acres on the J. I Johnson tract; 160
M PIPE LI
READY BY DEC. 1
75 Miles of Sinclair-Gulf
Company's Line Already
Wichita Falls, Texas, Nor. 19.
The Sinclair Golf Pipe Line com
pany expects to complete its eight
inch pipe line from Bnrkburnett to
Healdton by December 1. The line is
now completed as far as Devol. seven
miles sooth of Healdton. Srentj-flTe
miles of this company's One, from
Healdton to Cushing has been com
pleted. This line loops tne Burkbar-nett-Healdton
Una and makes it
possible to handle macs additional
oil from the Wichita Falls district.
Half of the 27 mile four inch line
of the Sapulpa RePslng company baa
been compietea. ilia line externa
from Sanmina to the Becss field and
should be running oil by the latter
part of Norember.
The joint line of the Texas com
pany and the Empire Pipe Line com
pany Is running oil frr Waurika
to Bnrkburnett. The Hi e has not
yet been completed into Healdton. but
is expectea to oe tinisnea oy Decem
ing one half barrel of oil at a depth l acres on the Mrs. T. C Dabbs tract,
of 1750 feet, completed. and 160 acres on the Miller tract.
Roxana Petroleum company. Hart j Operations will be started on this
ko. l. drilling at Z450 feet. . company s leases at sn early dace.
McBride et aL Odon No. 1. drilling In the Ransrer district tbe Sun com
at 1650 feet. pany bas a number of interesting
Riddell Investment company. P. operations under way. The J. E.
l No. 1. preparing to spud. j Bornes No. 5 la cleaning oat and
rjfns .in rarmrmiran. .t, n i . r i . nahhiii. . Am
m, i. aruung at 1370 feet
Humble OD company, Isenhoar No.
1, drilling at 13S0 feet,
Vanderwleder - Norman comnany.
Hails No. 1. shut down at S00 fet.
0Hara Oil company. Go ranch No. 1.
moTinr In tools.
Raymond Oil company, Anthony No.
1. drilling at S00 feet.
Tex-Penn Oil company. Woods No.
swabbing at a depth of 3470 feet. The
No. 1 on this trict is pulling the six
and five-eights inch casing at
feet; the No. 4 Is pulling rods at the
34i foot level.
On the Danley tract, the Sun com
pany s aos. 1. 2 and 2 are flowing:
No. 4 is flowing from the top of the
oiaca nme at ?4Vb reet.
Tim P. P. Pierce No. 1 of this com
pany is spudding.
The Humble Oil and Refining com
pany is In the blue shale at 100 feet
la its No. 11 E. a Daves The No. 12
is in a black slate.
Tbe J. M. Bush No. 2 of the Mid-
! Kansas Oil and Gas company is swab-
25 Out Of 29 Wells
In Stephens Counlu
r:i T,nJ..r i Dln anr t 227 feet.
ire KJll rrOflUCerS 1 This company's Norwood No. 2 Is in
i is in the
wcmjr-nmo wmk were compieifn st, lime at fset and the H--.
in Stephens county. Texas, In October. - man N. 2 is in the slate formation at
25 of which produced oil, two gas and . 40 feet.
two were dry. The total new produc-4 1
tlon was 11.500 barrels, or an average STEPHENS FIELDS HELPED
Sole,60 wrTtTfS'coS GREATLY BY NEW ROADS
company's Oaston No. 1 In the north- J Breclcenririge, Texas. Nov. 10 Oil
wicrn oi imj conaiy aa iaa men piospecting for oil in the rC'
Monitor OU company's Swenson Ko motest parts of Stephens county are
,, . , .. ei tne opinion tnat tne county is one
The Sinclair Consolidated Oil and great field, containing the greatest
G" company s Manning No. S, with potential oil resources in Texas. Ae-
an iniiiainow of 400 barrels, was the tivities throughout the entire county
Mnth tk. tv r-4-n-- ... biggest nroducar of tbe month iimi. '. i - . i - i ,
who "T this Elmole method, the first ai, on the Armstrong farm, which ' the new welui The Texas company . u,. past on account of the lack of
tine The liquid also serves as an opened tin the new mol aontnaast of; brought In a 1180 barrel well on the' railroad f.c.Mtiea hut with th .-
cehgh.-fcl eloss. Adv.
' ricn Tool tad acreage la soaring.
no nf thaa IVifhltw. aPmfT 17mtM atlst
pany got a 100 parrel weiion tne irred Fort Worth railroad and the other
riVM 1ATOI WJUI ui dicvavui luge
Yy El arc fA&G& to dtsoiscc to OUT
W and patrons that we have opened a branch office,
for yonr coovexaeoce and benefit, al the El Paso Stock
Exchange, is die basement of the First National Bank
bmkfcttg. Mr. S. R McGifias, the awtioaeer at the
El Paso Stock Exchange, will be m charge of this office
and wiO, at all timet, be glad to offer you any assistance
aad courtesy that be can.
Yow buy and sell orders are solicited.
MANNING & CO.,
502 Martin Blc.
El Paw Stock Exchange.
SHE flll I
Hany! A its cents stops
faltrag and doall-s its
annoiiDces the opening of hk new offices. They are ceatraBy lc- L
cated. large and cominodioes, occupyrag all of the second floor of I
the security Bank UmWiog. A large porUoa of the floor space is
devoted to enstomen recrptjon rooms for both ladies aed gentlemen.
Yon are invited to come in -and locate tbe properties you are ta
lented hi on our maps. Yon will find the daily papers and all the
oil publicatioM on oar tables. Gill aad look then over and talk
over the situation with your friend, who are swe to be there. Out-of-town
visitors especially welcome Let the slogan be "Meet me at
We rerAmmended Ocean. Ranger Central, S3er Cycle and
Homer Union, speculatively from the day these companies were
organized. They are now safe propositions for permanent invest
ment and will yield enormous returns if purchased right now at the
We are now recoinmeodng the SOUTHWESTERN TULA
ROSA BASIN OIL AND REFINING COMPANY. They
spudded in their first well m Section 36 yesterday. The company
is so confident of finding oil that they have withdrawn the sale of
stock at par. We have got a supply. Come oa with your orders.
We will protect our belated customers at one dollar, par, whde k
Iatss, no matter where the prices goes to, just as we did with Homer
Buy TEXAS PETROLEUM at par, one dollar. Thk is
another company holding large acreage b the super-gusher Loutsiaaa
fields. Hurry your orders sn. They are going to shot as of f in a
few days and can't promise to protect the sluggards.
We recommend but few carefully chosen from among the many
propositions constantly springing up on all sides, but solock your buy
and sell orders for ajrything handled in the El Paso market
We can supply you with state leases within three miles of the
first well of the Southwestern Tularosa Bask Company, bow driUmg,
at $7.50 per acre, and other good stuff throughout the basin at from
$3.00 per acre up. according to location.
W. D. GREGORY
A little Danderlne" ooola. cleanses
and makes the feverish, itchy scalp
soft and pliable; then this stimulat
ing tonic penetrates to the famished
hair roots, revitalizing and invigorat
ing every hair in the bead, thus stop
ping tbe hair falling out, getting
thin, scraggly or fading.
After a few applications of "Dsnder
Ine" yon seldom find a fallen hair op
particle of dandruff, besides every
hair shows more life, vigor, bright
ness, color and thickness.
A few cents buys a bottle of de
lightful TJanderlne" at an Arav a.
-let counter. Adv.
! two new lines, this difficulty wfll be
disposed or and activities will go for
ward with great speed.
One of the new lines la belna- built
; rrom Cisco toward cafido and will cut
! the producing territory through tbe
center, me wicmia rails, stanger
nd Fort Worth railroad will cat the
county from south to north, connect
ing witc tne wicnita fans and Bouts -
era at Newcastle, in Young county.
Tbe third line is being constructed
fiom Eastland north into Stephens
county. The Texas and Pacific rail
road is the only road that crosses the
county at present and It only passes
through the southeast part.
LOUISIANA WELLS SHUT
DOWN; NO PIPE LINES
Shrevepert. La., Not. 10. Tbe new
production of tbe Cleburne district
for tne past 10 d&rs exceeds
barrels per day. On account of In
sufficient pipe line and storage facili
ties throaprhont the entire Forth
Tontsiana field, and especially tn
Claiborne parish. large q nan titles of
ofl cannot be run and many wells
hare been shut down.
EXPECT ADVANCE IN PRICE
OF MIDCONTINENTAL CRUDE
An advance tn the price of said
continent crude oil Is expected dally
according to reports from Oklahoma
and Kansas on fields. This expecta
tion Is based on the advance just
made of 25 cents a barrel for Pennsyl
vania crude, the second advance In
Pany IS said tn have nnrlira it r
7Zr.-J"Dlt ?i ""yfof way for a pipe line from Devol to
The Hlnes Oil and Gas company of
Oklahoma City has secured tne right
county. That concern and the Sin
clair have both checkerboard ed sev
eral of the Panhandle counties. The
Texas and Paetftc Coal and OU com
pany also bas leases in Gray county
and fat reported as navlnc; paid as
high as tX an acre fee for simple
title to lands tn Hartley county.
.in routr ophbit some small tracts
the Red river and Into the north
west extension of the Burkbnrnett
field. A site- for a loading rack at
Devol bas been purchased and a con
tract for a railroad sMIng has been
signed. Construction work will be
Tha Producers and Refiners cor
poration is sumnlng oil through Its
are said to have chanced hands at as j new four Inch line, which connects
its production In te Beggs ueia wtu
its refl'enr t Tulsa,
The Video Pipe Line cwnnanVs otx
Inch line from West Tulsa to
Wynona. In the Osasre field. Is run
ning anprortmatelv M barrels of
nil dally. This rompanv is prenar
Ing to lav a four Inch line from
TVvnona director west to the Billings
fleH In Carfletd county.
The T-ittie snoux on enninsny or
high price as S7C to 1M an acre.
New Producer Enthuses
Burkbumelt Oil Men
Wiehtta Falls. Texas. Nov. 10. Oil
Is flowing from the Kerap-MungeT-Allen
well. 12 males from Burkbnr
nett. No estimate of the prod action
has been made, but the fact that it
t flowing has proven sufficient to
enthuse - operators. This well made
its first shewing a couple of weeks
ago. but because of a cave in and a
water leak stock dropped.
Acreage In the vicinity of tbe new
froducer Is selling at as high as
lOW) per acre.
The Bocer Oil corporation of Viv
Torfc City has produced the 12 acres
of the Five OO company's on the'
Lanier tract together with fire pro
OIL DEVELOPMENT TRENDS
TOWARD TOWN OF VERNON
SlUiman Evans writing in the Fort1
Worth Star-Telegram of the town of
Vernon, Wilbarger county. Texas,
says that the trend of development
of the Electra aad Burknett oil fields
In Wichita county on tha east Is com-1
lag toward that town. He also says
that tl wildcat wells are now being
drilled In Wilbarger county, and that
u 4 more tnan are going down tn
Wichita county. There are SSS n re
ducing and drilling wells In WD
harger county, according to Mr.
Bvaas. He also dalraa - that avn-
eighths of the production credited to
tne mectra iiaid comes from an ex
tension of that field into Wilbarger
580,009 WORTH OF PROPERTY
LOST IN OIL FIELD FIRE
Waxabaehle. Tax- Ksr. la An.
proximately J8.0 worth of property
was destroyed here when the engine
room of the Oil mill of the Farmers'
Gin company caught fire Nov. 4. The
oil mill, engine house, gin plant and!
a Qunoer oi email structures con
nected with the slant were dnemnrf
"v uib large seeanouse and oil
products were saved from the flames.
Vausas Clrv. bas contracted with pipe
llres to run anuroylmstelv bar
rels of Its production daily. Tbs
eoTrueT.r has fonr nroduciwg we'
Mock T. Burk"rntt fM. It hs
a sM-are canetv at Twrfcburntt ef
barrels and flow tnes connect
Ith its ndneer. "n- four wells
In this fl-M are stands rdtrrng.
El Paso Herald Magazine Ageney.-Adv
5 POUND GAIN
BY TAKING II
There was hardly a day in
15 years when he was
free of pain.
T wouldn't be back in the fix
was tn before I took Tanlac for all
my possessions,- said William R.
Bughes. a former resident of New
port. Ark- and now living at 12M
Weat Third street, Oklahoma City,
"There was hardly a day In IS
years." he continued, that I was free
irom suxrerlng. I couldn't eat any
thing ascent the lightest kind of diet.
Tfch niant i , , or my stomsch would get all out of
SlB.eo and I29.909, and Insured tor order aD?,."tly for, - 1
.Mvas the lSgest Sta ptaSt In' "I I.ppti,e for nal
the nnlt, state. ES 5 f S5"L thae to come: my kidneys worried me
valped at IS,) lmrared '1 i naa an ajroipa Joj tn tbe
rurl X Co. boy Liberty Bonds
DRILLS FOUR DRY HOLES,
Ifcl rAYS I TO PER CENT
Cblckaeha. Okla Xni ia i.
of the fact that tne Beam- rm
pany has drilled Jn four dry holes II
has Just paw its second dividend,
making a total of lo percent paid on
Its capital stock. In addition to this,
the company has sufficient funds on
hand to cover every share of stock
This company has made its money
in the sale of acreage In tbe Burk
rurnett field anri Via-
... ? "Y oi its sEecKbolders without
Adv. finding the oil It wa lokx-
IM . 'iSiJl f'"1' Floor SecnrHy Bank BoHding.
Wrwt Wire Teiegraph SerrSee. Telephone less.
"MEET ME AT GKEGORTS."
rji counter. Aav. llSM l
liSB T7J inn A S B KS THT alt i(WrS "WTSX saX A
aviBJBl - " . ujwi ucwen, i2B I BBM I ,
IH We make a specialty of X H
E Fancy Dyeing . jii Cleaning. -C H
B Stall orders g-ven special B ' fJ!
attenJon. & fBBBKBBES A 5
rei texas. rnoxE 7S. flW
EVDIK BLOOD PURTFrCR ''4LH
Give It a trial end get results. L SjEH-HSBSR
Others have why not you. Write SI BB' IBBSSuwSwBBK
for boi klet SG T SBBBBJ
Address Box 227C. I 9K aVMK' wBBBaVB
Bisbee. Arizona. j Wt HiniSB,'wBBB
..... .... uunauu (fiHB, I SBH
saa A Bryan, Chicago, ATew L
lorl- I'alae. Webber A Co. Boa. ?
iov Dolttth. Sf
No. Oregon St. rfc. 1. SL
St. RrgU Hotel. . BE
' e$imimmzw 1
Mr I. If l.!f"' f Boon let i
rLy 'iplaliMax oar ! I I
1 f ELPASOBANKftTP.liCTJrK'
STATE NATIONAL BANK 1
Captal. Snrpiaa and Profits. rea.oa'j
laterraf Paid " Ssvincs accouuta. I BJ
small of ray back that stayed with
me nhrht and day. I was set nezvous
I coum paraiy sleep aad at times I
was so badly crippled op with rheu
matism that I roaM hardly stir
around and my farm ran down be
cause I was unable to work It.
-After taking Tanlac a while mv
appetite returned and I can no eat
anything nut before me. An these
aches and pains are gone and I have
no more rneumarwn. I nave gained
15 nounds In welrht. feel strong and
well, sleep like a log at nla-M and
ran work hard all day. Tan'ac hs
put me in tertar shaue than T have
been In manv rears, and all I eoiM
say n Its praise -wouldn't be half
enn- - .
Al lain sen Tsntnc. Adv.
OTHING in the wide world can stop TEXAS
PETEOLETJM beinsr oversubecribed this
week. That outfit has OEETAINLY played in
LUCK on its LOUISIANA acreage and they're
giving you all the ACTION that anybody could
ask. Two wells go down "EIGHT NOW." -
Their OTHEE acreage is GOOD STUFF too,
but it's the 20 A0EES in the Homer Field that
makes it such a GOOD play.
There isn't much time left to DEBATE with
yourself about it. If you want' some of that
stock at $1 par, the thing to do is to GET IT
ana it quick.
White the 18th is announced as the CLOSING DATE it looks to me
as though ET CAN'T last that long. WIRE ME your order NOW,
at my expense.
Cap tal. Snrpiaa asd Profits, xron.neu
Interval Paid " Ssvincs accounts.
R. Horehtad. I'rea.
.'oacpb MaeofflD, Vlre-Prea.
C. U. Hassrtt. llre-l'rra.
Ceo. II. Flory afclrr.
R. W McAfee. Aaat. Caahler.
C M. Kebekrr. Aaat Caahler.
320 Mills Bldg.
Homer and Buli
aVanHaHSnaB snBawalanHB" annaClmBYani
Texas Homer $1 .00
Like a whirlwind, this scn wirtnnnl stock of the Honaer-BuH Baroa
and Texas HeWs w go over the top vrMste the sext lew days, aad
seH above par.
With one weH praetieeSy en tbe sand Trtth vreB No. 3 already ee
tractod for oa a efaoJee 1 acres dese to big prodactioa te the HOMKK
nKLD and a THIRD we ta be started ta the BUI.!, RAXOD Odd
on a 13-acre lease this cosaaany offen one of the best spcculallr
ooportHBltles ever presented far pubflc nbscrlpsVm.
BON. A. S. FISHER the Bum vcho coaeeived tbe Idea of the TEXAS
COMPANY Is today at the head at TEXAS HOMER. With Ids
aaatal Tha and asxiesatteBeas, he pnts bis sboaMer to the TEXAS
HOMKK OOMPAXY and will pat ever tbe nnaadng ot this Com
pany nWate she next few dafs.
THERE WIT-Tj BE SO CLOSIXG BATE AXNOUJfCED THE CCiOS.
tSG rVTIili COME UXHKRALJMCB UNANNOUNCED.
Our Boast on
With a great deal of modesty we asaosaee that we have bent the
meaas of pterins; among ear cMesta aad Investors Oicr UOjtov shares
of HOMER OKIOK. Over ose thousand people have bought tbroocb
oar of rice la attge asd small lots thss atlractlre offerraf; of ears
NOW SELLING AT SI.8S aad thej BOUCHT AT OKE DOLLAR.
AS THE MARKET ABVAJfCED NOT IN" A SINGLE INSTANCE
HATE WE SATO "SEUy so that we eoald accnsaalate the stock
we have said "HOLDl ,
BUT, to the trailer, we have laid feae gold before lilm u hava
tempted him to eeS aad tbe resaht has bees we were fortenate
eeoegh la taking off of tbe Kl Paso saarket over 83.000 shares, which
we have placed tbroagh. oar Ksslein correspoadeaoj where ae
stock wU STAX aad STICK.
That is oae reason why HOMER TJXION" has nude ls iiifi 1 . sesso
tktaal adtaaee. This, ensealed with OUR heavy bavhfg; aad that of
oar brokers, has gives HOMER UNION oae of the healthiest mar
ket ever seen on a By Kl Paso stock.
WE WILE EXECITXE XOTJR BUY ORDERS IX THIS STOCK
DON'T SELL! Jj's going higher. Ttxisy's market shaU txs sroand
American Oil $1 .00
FROM THE BIG 4 SyXDKLVTK that swecsslaj syndicate which
bas placed BIO 4 OIL COMI'AKV IN THE 1M PER CENT DIVI
DEND CLASS, aad In the 100 PER CENT MARKET POSITION,
cornea tbe nwnnnnnement of the Inner wing of the AMERICAN OIL
& REFINING COMPANY AT 31.80 A SHARE.
When BIS 4 was offered to tbe pabBe a few short months aa K
was offered as a specnletloa. These bkb prsiaHed as sbaply a run
for oar mosey. The people of El Pass hacked these men on BIG 4.
Oar clients wired as ts bay the stock end the resak ts that stock,
holders are bow to receive 100 per east ha casta esrHesds and their
slock as the saarket shews them a 100 per eest prefR.
Tbe trBatees coaM have sqaaBdered the moaey bat tbey didn't
they wereat that ktad they bad the eoarjdeace of the pabflc from
Ibe very start.
Tbe offeriog today of AMERICAN Offi at oWferesL It ts offered to
the pabHe as aa tevcataaeat right from the start WITH 000-BAR.
REL DAILY PRODUCTION 08,000 BARRELS A MONTH OR AP
PROXIMATELY ISOj00 A MONTH INCOME. This eoeapaay Is oa
a Ms tUrWeed payhig basis right frsea the start.
BUT. Oris eoasaaay has some of Ibe most seasatJeaal leases In the
HOMER FIELD oar Homer map shows approsJEsateiy 330 acres,
divided Into 10 separate tracts ALL IN THE HOMER FIELD.
Oar map also shows that this company has approximately 115 acres
ta laacca divided late several tracts hi the faaoaa HULL BAYOU
Its acreage ta Northwest Barhharaett is of the best In ether Texas
BeMa their acreage is targe.
We are prepariag a tnafi jhoiiaag; the eateat of this company's hoM
bmgs and wlH farateh thb wtth a UnuiulUea copy gtvlsg rail de
scHptlon. We shall kssae no pMspeetas becaase the IlmHed off erinc
wUl be over-sabscribad, we beBeve, before a printing press ceeld do
Don't Hesitate to Buy
American Oil at $1.00
Texas Petroleum $1.00
This company bas aBseaaeed a cJestag date November 18th.
This compajiys ho'ittncs are la tbe aeanstieeul BCIA BAVuU dis.
trlct and consist of two 10-acre nets adjaeeai to Oe TEXAS.
There tert a chasce of this compaay not gettfeg a big wett. In the
anaoBBremeat Btade by the osepaay tbey stale that twe wells win
be drtBed Immrdhileir.
We wHI exeeate orders at tlM Bp to Novvsalm Mth.
WIRE Y0UR ORDERS AT
DUNBAR & COMPANY
Messbers of the El Paso Stock Exchange.
SeecerKy Bank aad Trust Bonding. B P!H(, xoms.