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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1919.
1 CROWDED GIT!
Need of Sanitation and Ho
Burkburnett, Texas, Nov. 11.
Burkburnett. cow a city with ap
proximately a population of 40.0O0.
:r greatly in need of hotels and sani
tation. The town Is 16 months old
and bag no hotels. There are three
banks with . 000.000 deposits and
ths lowest wage is 16.50 per day. The
li9 teams in the city are each paid
tie a day. And yet Burkburnett is
-without improvements, oil men are
One hundred thousand dollars has
been collected for street improve
ments, but no improvements have
ceen made. Burkburnett is without
a sewer or a paved street.
Thre is a dally production of
100.000 barrels of oil pi urged Bp ow
ing to Inadequate transportation fa
cilities There is plenty of gas. but
no ras pipes. More than 1200.000 Is
lost daily owing to inadequate facill
t'es for transporting oil and gas.
EXCEEDS COUNTY SEAT
The tax valuation of the oil city of
Burkburnett. Wichita county, Texas,
aggregate over f2C00.000 and the
revenue in the way of taxes this year
-o-lll be tl'0.000. The valuation ex
ceeds tnat of Wichita Falls, the coun
ty seat by about 14.000,000.
Would Like Secret For
"Two weeks ago I weighed 5 lb.
Now : weigh 105 lbs. and feel per
fectly well. Anyone I see suffering
I tell them of what Mayrs Wonderful
Remedy has done for me. They all
want to know wi-.at makes me look
so well. Tour medie:ne has also been
a real life-3aver for my mother. 1
cannot recommend It too highly for
Etonian trouble." It is a simple,
harmless preparation that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the latest
in a! tract and allays the .anamination
whlh cause practically ail stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, includ
ing appendicitis. One dose will con
vince or money refunded. At all drmg
Wells Are Shut
Down For Time
Pipe Lines Still Unable to
Take Care of the
Wichita Falls. ( Texas. Nov. 11.
During; the past 10 days a number of
good wells have been completed in
the Wichita district, adding 21.000
barrels of new production to the pipe
line runs of the week. Owing to In
sufficient transportation facilities it
has been necessary to abut la these
wells until their production may be
The average daily runs of the Burk
burnett field total approximately
81.000 barrels: Elect rx averaged
10.000 barrels: Iowa Park. 600 barrels
Petrol. 000 barrels and Rotliday 100
O De rat ion. are solus; forward at a
rapid rate since the rains stopped. In
the south Burkburnett district a num
ber of wells are shut d wn. pending
storase and pipe line faculties or lor
necessary supplies. The Arlington Oil
company's No, 1 Hi Willis Is shut
down on the sand with the casing
set at the UoO foot level.
The No. 1 Beach of W. E. Conner Is
waltrae; for a second string of tools
before completion. The wen Is In
the sand at 1200 feet. It is situated
near the Texho a well, which opened
up the 1200 foot sand a few weeks
The casing is being reset in the
Kemp-Munger-AHen welL The well
will be brought in within the next
Wichiia Falls To HaOe
Good Fire Deparlmati
Wichita Falls, Texas, Nov. 11. The
fire department of Wichita Falls will
be increased in compliance with the
demands of the state Are insurance
commission at Austin. The capacity
of the pumping plant will be in
creased, additional firemen will be
employed and 170 feet of ftre hose
will be purchased and also two new
The state fire marshal and the chief
of the Texas Inspection bureau ra
ited Wichita Falls a few days ago
and decided that the above increase
in equipment and men is necessary.
Wichita Falls has grown from a town
of 12.000 to a city of 45.000 within
two years. Goods are arrrrtSE and
being jold so fast that It Is almost
impossible for trash to be burned and
It has accumulated, constituting a
Commanche Northern Com
pany No. 3 is Making
Ranger. Texas, Nov. 11. The No. X
well of the Comanche Northern Oil
company is making a daily production
of 1000 barrels of oil at a total depth
of 2725 feet, having been Just com
pleted. The Prairie Oil and Gas company's
3. T. Roper No. 6 has recently been
completed at a depth of Mil feet. The
wen Is making a daily production of
TOO barrels of on from the to? of a
sand found at the 40t foot level. The
No. T on this tract is drilling at 1500
feet and the No. 4 is running the eight
and one-fourth inch casing at a depth
of 20S0 feet.
Prairie Well Drllllnjr.
On the E. Roper tract the Prairie
Oil ani Gas company's No. 3 Is moving
in tools at a depth of 144 feet. The
No. 4 hai been completed during the
pr -1 few days and is now making 30
barrels of oil after being shot wjth
120 quarts of nitro-glyeerine at from
2452 feet to 24(0 feet. The No. IT is
drilling at 2200 feel; the No. 20, drill
ing at 2480 feet and the No. 16 is drill
ing at 2200 feet.
In the Desdemona field the I. A.
White wc'.I of the Ua-rnolla Petroleum
company is flowing 00 barrels of oil
dallv. The well is sow at a depth of
i-i,.. UnmKl. nil And TTeflnfne- com
pany's well on the Fry land. In the j have a direct one-llnehaul to the re-
To Handle All
Oil At Homer
In Short Time
Wilson Porterfield Writes
That Production Can
Soon Be Disposed Of.
"An Immense Increase In produc
tion figures for the Homer district
Is expected before January 1. and as
much sooner as tsnking with the ca
ys city of 2.(40,000 barrels already con
tracted for can 'be fabricated and
erected," writes Wilson C Porterfield.
"Forty-six 65.000 barrel tanks have
betn contracted for; four short pipe
lines from production to loading racks
and storage are in operation, or will
be within two weeks; soother tank
fa-Fm Is reported under consideration
by the Texas Company and an 2-incb
line from Bull Bayou to Homer Is re
ported under way. while still another
has been partially completed from
Shreyeport to Homer."
"With all these storage and trans
portation facilities working, produc
tion will soar and every effort is being
made to cut the interval of waiting to
"The Standard Oil company is build
ing 12 SS.OOO-barrel tanks on the
Grider farm near the center of pro
duction. The Sims' Oil company is
building 18 tanks "f the same size
at Sibley. GUliland and Foster are
building five more at Homer and an
other five on the Martin farm half
way between Homer and Mlnden. and
the Louisiana Oil and Ketining com
pany is biuldlng six at Lorex. a pew
station on the L & A-. wnence it wiu
O'Rourke Oil & Gas Co.
NO STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY.
Capital $250.000.00 Shares $1.00 Pm Vafcc
Fully Paid NcaascessaUe.
RAILROAD EMPLOYES TO
Over 6,000 Acres
In Tularosa Basin
NEAR ESCONDIDA. NEW MEXICO.
Stock bow etffereAJor tale by O'Rourke 03 & Ges Co.. Car
rhore. New Mexico, or
TOM B. JOHNSON. BROKER.
Shekkn Hotel Lobby. El Paso. Texas.
TOTE axe pleated to announce to oar many friends
" and patrons tbat we bave opeaed a branch office,
for your convenience and beaefk. at the Ei Paso Stock
Exchange, in die basement of (be First National Bank
building. Mr. S. H. McGisfHS, die aecboneeT at the
EI Paso Stock Exchange, will be in charge of this office
and will, at all timet, be glad to offer yes any assistance
and conrtesy that he can.
Your boy and sell orders 3tc solicited.
MANNING & CO.,
502 Martk Bldg.
El Paso Stock Exchange.
northwest extension of the Ranger
pool Is making a oauy now oi see
The J. M- Turner No. I of the JtK-
itnlla PtetrnlAlim flMBOaBV IS Still makl
. ing 100 barrels per day. i nn weu is
1 northwest or tne uioeo larniory.
Well Is Abandoned,
f The I E. Turner well of the Prairie
Oil and Oaa company, in Stephens
county, is being abandoned. The drill
ers are palling the six and five
eighth Inch easing at a depth of X72Z
The Prairie Oil anC Gas company's
No. X on the Cunningham tract la
making a dally production of 100 bar
rels at a depth of U00 feet
A dally production of to barrels is
being obtained from the Humble Oil
company's No. S State Landat JJ1S
feet. The well Is also making S,0e.
000 cubic feet of gas at Vhls depth.
Bulbs Hyaclnrns. Tulips. Narcissus.
Kl Paso Seed Co. rhone J. Adv
BEST WILD CAT
W. a. XaMeson. the eminent
geolcsUt. sprnkUur of aor 10V-600-acre
lease near Tncnrarnrl
sayat "The strueturr Is perfect
and It Is the besf wildest lorn
tlen I eTer saw."
All of our material Is on the
ground and drilling will besla
thl. week. Remember this Is
not placer claim, but Is a ten
year commercial lease.
Bvery ell company that has
paid tremendous profits to Its
stockholders has doae so on
wildest ncrraee. He Creek OH
Co. had MOO acre and their
stock Is now worth a
share. Figure for yoorseir your
profits nlti ire get proaoeuon
on 10.000 acres.
w t-ve mnsh nroven acreage
to guarantee the success of the-
company, me iirsi wn.
approaching the sand In the
Deaiemoaa field. Gamble on a
rare thing but "you'll have to
play to win." Hurry yoor orders.
R. L. BOGARDUS
Trust Builcling Arcade.
El Paso, Texas.
finery at Shrevenort.
Mr. Porterfield Is now at Shreveport
to look into making a contract to sink
the first well on the property of the
MINERAL WELLS REFINERY
PRODUCTS CO. CHANGES NAME
Mineral Wells, Texas, Nov. 11. The
Mineral Wells Refinery Products
company has changed its name to the
Bulldog Pipe Line and Refining com
pany. This change as largely caused
by the enlargement of the company's
plans. It will construct a pipe Itae
from the Caddo field to Mineral Wells
and will build a refinery at both
The company's original plans were
to erect a refining plant at Mineral
Wells and either tap one of the near
by pipe lines or utilize tank cars to
secure the necessary crude oiL The
change in the original plans were
brought about when Caddo financiers
became interested and promised to
take large part of the company's
stock with the provision that an ad
ditional refinery be built at Caddo
and tbat a common carrier pipe line
be laid from Caddo to Mineral Wells.
tie Mineral wells Refinery Pro-
BRINGS IN WELL
No. 8 on the Allen Tract is
Making 2000 Barrels
Bastland, Texas. Nov. 11. A 3000
barrel well has Just been brought in
by the Leon OH company. It is the
eotaaanys No. S on the Allen tract,
four and a half miles north of East
land. Kl Paso parties have purchased
ten acres from the Occidental Oil
company bf Abilene, which is now
erecting a derrick for a test to be
drilled on the remaining M acres of
the company's lease on" the Bnrkott
farm. The Kl Paso parties hare ob
ligated themselves to drill four tests
on this acreage, one of which is to
be begun at as early date.
xne unit uu association nas spud
ded In its well on the Barkett farm
about 200 feet east of the Occidental
Oil company's test.
Production Cut Off.
The Ardtzotae-Braden Oil com
pany's Klncald No. 1 is making ap
proximately 100 barrels of olL A
tetter production was found Jn this
wen below the 32M foot level, bat
this Is cut off. The derrick was
pulled down when the drillers at
tempted to draw the six-Inch casing
from the hole to learn whether it
had been perforated by the explosion
of J 40 quarts of nitroglycerin al. a
depth of 3300 feet. The hole is
On the M. mil ferra the Alice Oil
company is movlnj? in tools to its lo
cation on the soHth line of the Eaat-
iana townsite. inuing win be
una wwD.ua. unuur win i
started at this site at an ehrlv date.
The Prairie Oil and Gas company's
R. H. Danley No. 1 Is making a daily
production of 20M barrels from a
sand encountered at a depth of tit
feet and extending to XttT feet. The
So! S R. H. Danley is drilling around
3425 feet. On the B. A. Danley tract,
the company's No. 2 is drilling at a
depth of 34S0 feet and the No. 3 la
drilling around the 2100 foot level.
To Resume Drilling.
On the R. I Howard tract the
Prairie Oil and: Gas company's No. 2
is rigging up at a depth of U30 feet;
the No. 4 is shut down temporarily.
Drilling will be resumed at this well
upon the arrival of the eight and
one-fourth lneh casing: the No. 5 is
pulling the six and five-eighth Inch
casing at a depth-of J30 feet. The
J. Terry No. 7 of this- concern is
makifig a dally flow of SO barrels
from a depth of 3i&2 feet after being
given a 120 anart shot of nitrogly
cerin. The weB has been completed.
The No. i J. C Christmas of this
company is fishing for lost easing at
1450 feet: the No. 2 la shut down at
3223 feet and the No. B-3 is cleaning
out after a shot of 110 quarts. The
total depth of the hole is 3191 feet.
The result of the shot has not yet
The O. B. Meaderd No. 1 is drilling
ud bailer at 21ca fe K. a
SsngOnancUrs and consequently' "'P oi iw leet.
The company will be cpltaJ?"ed "at I CLSC0 WI'-L 5PFND HALF
SSZJSFJSrirSgL'S 5ame I MILLION FOR WATER SUPPLY
The Prairie Oil and Gas company's' cto- Texas. Nov. 11. During the
S. R. Edmondson No. 1 has encount- n'It eight months SSM.OOO wUl be
ered .salt water at a depth of 4275 J1"! on rity water snppiv svw-
feetn Ira w.M in d.i. rsi-. . tem here. Of this umairt S3SA ftfIA
It will be abandoned at once. The & 1 IvH " to " Sanly
J. Stuart :.o. i. has its bole tun I r I ' mJlea from Cisco and to
salt water u a deSth of 17 fJl, . 2i?ftrnt a. S.O00.0SS.0O0 gallon reser-
Oil In First
Well Put Down
Company Preparing to Drill
Second Well; Refuses
All Offers to Buy.
Marigold Oil and Gas Co.. according
to a telegram received Monday by
George H. Pound and company,
from C G. Wilie, secretary of Mari
gold, has struck oil in its well No. L
This company now proposes to drill
another well in Its holdings in 07.
Further, the telegram states, the
General Oil company has a SOttO bar
rel well in block N. W. Borkburnett.
near 25 acres owned by the Marigold
company; also, that United Chief and
two other wells, -close up, are setting
their casings. The telegram follows:
"Marigold No. 1. block 7. N. W.
Burkburnett pool, set casing at 1S5S
feet, rat-holed ahead 16 feet in the
richest sand of any well in this field.
Win begin drilling No. 2 on this
same tract just as soon as No. I Is
drilled in. We have refused all of
lers for sale, as pipeline connections
have been assured. We are over
joyed at prospects. The General Oil
company has a 5000 barrel well In
block 821, nea ronr 25 acres. United
Chief and two other wells adjoining
our twenty-fire acres .are letting
heir casings. This tract alone loo'ts
as though It will be worth our entire
MONARCH C0MPAHT TO BUILD
BIG REFINERY AT DALLAS
Dallas, Texas. Nov. 11. Dallas Is
to have another oil refinery A 30
acre site has been secured by the
Monarch Petroleum company In West
Dallas npon which to erect a refinery
Construction work will begin on or
about JlBMtv 1 Til. nnM ..(.
cost of the plant Is estimated at 1
3500.000. It win have a daily capacity I
of 5000 barrels. I
The company Is backed by a capi
talisation of $2,000,900 and is eon-'
troled by jsoroe of the most ex
perienced oil and refining men in the
mldcontineiit fields. i
CALIFORNIA HEN ACQUIRE
LEASES IN FISHER COUNTY
Walter J. Barn hart and B. I Fos
ter, of California, have acquired 2500
acres of oil lease nea - Bscola in the
sontneast corner of Fisher county.
Texas. The Bacota Oil company has
wen ernaisea to exploit toese noia
Ings and It Is said tbat six ear loads
of drilling machinery are being
shipped from California to the new
Texas nronertv to sat down th first
well seven miles vest of the Bearles
well and about the same distance
sooth of the Strauss well.
BIG WELLS ON EACH
SIDE OF AMERICAN LAND
Claude A Brown, former newspaper
man of El Paso, now at Shreveport.
who haa been making a trip by auto
through the Louisiana Oil fields, re
ported oa the holdings of the Ameri
can OH and Refining company. In a
telegram received Tuesday by George
H. Pound 4 Co.
"American Oil and Reftnmg com
pany acreage In Homer district Is lo
cated between two of the largest
wells In the field and only a few
hundred feet d'etant from each of
them: it is a fortune in Itself," Mr.
OPERATORS HATCH WBLL
IN TUB 4.RMSTROX DISTRICT
Tulsa, Okla- Nov 11. Oil operators
are closely watching the Slick and
Jones well, south of Armstrong In the
rawnee county. Tne well Just came '
in with an initial production of 1200 1
barrels at a depth of MM feet. The j
production appears to come, from the !
BartlesvDIe sand, which Is believed
to be (0 feet thick at that oolnt The !
well is Increasing Its production each j
day ana possibilities are strong for a I
monster gusher. i
Curttss Co. buy Liberty
AMERICAN COMPANY PLANS
TO DRILL 4 WELLS AT ONCE
The American Oil and Refining com
pany, a new El Paso concern, capital
1s4Mj) t H.dwU.OOO. has awarded a con
tract for tttt drilling of four wI!s
In lot (. block 818. In the northwest
Burkburnett fields In Wichita county.
Texas. This holding was acquired last
week by J. O. Crockett, vice president.
This company has bokllnga In Desde
mona. Texa. and Homer and Bull
Bayou oil fields In Louisiana
On our delicious Pink. White and
COCOA.MT CRK4M BU13,
We the H Paaad.
Elite Cotfectioiery Co.
WE USE ONLY ONE NAME
tW om we .rtartd with.
Ml Kortn Orrsnn Street Is as office
beitdliiC w!tb ether brokers In tt be
tde oBrselves. Ton will find us id
rhe two front offWs. Horn. 1 sad 3. fc
tnc on Oregon Hire, We employ nc
men to ol.ni In front of oar office.
Tea eao com In and we will gdTe yoc
y Informal Wm we ess, but yon wUJ
aot be ssfted to bay.
Sro&we. IfiTestew Co&p&sy
J. K. IsAXB, Her.
Broker. Member SI
llltt N. Oreava SI Paso. Texas.
EL PASO MAN GETS GOOD
JOB IN WAGON FACTORY
Tnhm a Uli,ti.M ' . . c
Paso, has been appointed manager of
th. CI.,! .Iri... .-
Wagon Works at 'Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. Hitcheas is tne son of Mrs.
Richard HitCl"Mls. 1014 Knrt-h vw
ence street. He served In France as
a first lieutenant In the air service.
When In El Paso, he was with the
Kl Paso Foundry and Machine company.
Ths first great bank la the world '
was tne suit or Venice, established
la 1157. when the Queen City or the
Adriatic was at the head of the com
merce of the western world.
Bl Paso Hers Id lfagaxiae Ajreacy.-Adr
- - - - "a k ojooo mew
k)n i I?- "V"r wually came "The
Kind 1 can make most money on " Mt
answer has always been "Not me" I
Bave succeeded prettywell and 1 have
always recommended the one that I
had round by experience to be the
best and the one I would be wIIIIor
to take myself or give to members of
my own family. I have never offered
the public a medicine that we do not
use st home. This is why I can offer
Number 40 Pnr Thm niMI - J...
"if" conscience: wo hare not ohly
tried It on thousands of othets but on
vuiarcoe. e tSKC It in Sll
Lrre colored on ce
rolopment map ol
ths Ttxis oil field-
toeefber with our I
sectional map of the I
Hnmer in a sou -yau
sent free: also six
consecutive Issues of
ihe Ksnger - Homer
Its Srruritj Bank
Blilr. 13 PmM. Tex.
The dam wilt H. hnni e.. i.
height and will back water up to
stream about two mites. Construc
tion work wttl begta during the
The S4.5SO.rWM twin Ian.
voted by Eastland county for bul'd-'
" rot nas seen tentatively
approved by the attorney general As
soon as some points are " corrected
final approval will be granted.
GOOD PROGRESS RPP0RTFD
IN DRILLING NEAR SNYDER
Sayder, Texas. Nov. 11 Good
headway Is blnK made in drilling ol
WJ near Snyder. The Fluvanna
IL u""ng at im leet.
Toe Snyder Oil association is drill-
lnvfoT,wat5r l "s"n of ! feet.
TTie Oklahoma-Snyder weH neat
Dunn is bosy with a fishing Job.
A cavlnp In th. t -
laying the drilling of that site
RUSH TO FILE I.r.tSKS th "Pttt.
where a blood medicine is needed SOrtDHBlM OIL DISTRICT
matter In what form It shows Itself!, euro. Texas, Nov. 1!. Leases for
... - sci spienaio resuitSytn con- "'"u iv.wrv ana ts.eo acres of land
stiostlon. kidney, stomach add liver wre flli here In a single day from
troublea I firmly believe If everv one ! tB Nordhelm district. Indications are
would begin In the spring and take "0 for oil on every acre, according
Number 40- they would escape ma- ' 'o geologists who have carefully ex
larta and fevers In all forms. J. C ' am iced the surface structure. This
MendenhalL 40 years a drueeUt. j was the largest number of oil leases
Evansvllle. Ind. 8old Kelly 4 Pol- ever filed in this county during one
lara. wholesale.- Adv. I day.
in the muscles, "neuralgia",
soreness, aching back, pimp
les, L as, rashes and other
eruptions, usually result
from self-poisoning by pro
ducts of imperfectly digest
ed or non-eliminated food.
help to reslnre
activity of liver,
neys, and skin,
and so count
eract cause and
Lsmst Sale of AayUedleUe m tke WerU.
the Immediate surehase of
J. 8. CliRTlSS A .CO.
Ol&st and Largest Brskerag
Firm la El Paso.
Tour hank vrBI reeemmead as.
HOW ABOUT THAT
pHE TIME has come to DECIDE DEFI
A NITELY whether you are going to buy
TEXAS PETROLEUM at PAR $1 A SHARE,
or NOT BUT TT.
The, FOLKS who ARE deciding to BUY are
taking up the stock in such quantity as to make
it exceedingly doubtful whether the issue will
last until the announced closing date th,e 18th.
You have seen this week that KIND of QUICK
profits that can be made on WELT, nTTORinw
. STOCK HOMER UNION stockholders have'
ALL had the OPPORTUNITY to MAKE
MONEY. OCEAN has paid its DIVIDEND and is selling at better
than 2 for 1. Ranger Centra and Big Four will in all likelihood
announce early dividends, and RANGER BURK should not be far
I believe that TEXAS PETROLEUM will ACT TEE SAME WAY
these OTHERS HAVE. It's the FOLKS who BUY NOW at PAR
who will WIN THE MOST WIRE YOUR ORDER.
J. R. MOFFETT
320 Mills Bldg.
and Bid! Bayou Stocks
Taere in bond brokera pa
H.ed ferofce toSc exchange
broken -cotton brokers - and
exery Silnd of broker.
WE ARB HOMER BROKERS
we aeeQaHxe la "Home atoefca
-tbe Homer and Bstl Bajoa
We broos-it tfcls steek to El
Paso vre psasi rr a ssontVs
eamnassn serbapa mere set
tne reception this stock re
ceived tarosldHMit Arisen. !(evr
Hexteo and Texas ba demea
strated tbat shrewd tn Testers
riant the H.roer steeka. TBX S
HOSIER skonM s:o over tbe top
for that's tbe way vow put tt
In Texas within the next few
One of the Founders
of the Texas
-a powerfBl man la fbe oil
world alone vrBI put the rem
pazr aver. Bat tbe eostpaar
baa some RML Senses. Their
well No. 3 wHi he started tiahl
In the heart of prodaetlen In
the Homer HeM. Fred Kaellen
bersr. an nttornrv or Kl Paso. Is
new on his wnv to Shreveport
to witness tbe sljrnlajc for tbe
eossnany of tbe drtltoc eenrraet
far this weH No. Z. Fred Knot
lenberx: was employed hy tbe
company to represent the EX
Paso Interests -Juim Ftaber
will meet Kneltenbera; In
Amalgamated Oil $1.25
OUR SECOND OFFERING wtiti vre a&sece now at prac
tfcaly &e Gver-iBfocriptioa dale of At Texa-Heaer b AMAL--GAMATED
OIL CORPORATION, hkk hu oae of tie hrvest
proves socage of asj cespaay oHenag stock tsday otst 625
teres, &I of wtki is located k tbe Heser-Bsl Bajos sad Caddo
a3 fteld ssett of Wxuck i cfese to preiactieB aad offtettke big;
Tiw coapaay u neaded hy sack mea s J. H. Patrick, Sam
Wert, Jr, Walter Efeeaaerger, Harry L. Crigntoa aad H. E. Dir.
Aay bak k Sirtveyart k referred to hj Htese Bses as to tie
vtaadBtg of tie eampaay. Very Ktie of &h ttock wet be offered
iere k tie vrert, as aoolcatioB wii be suae to Stt it ea &e New
We Offer Any Part of 10,000
Shares at $1.25
We are iere to jiw yoa tie fact aboat tie Hosser aad tie
Bai Bayoa fieM. We wii eiecrfe orien k aay of tie itiractrre
tjttv I ?ome?" TJldon -tt... $1.75
I5U I American Oil $i.oo
tv TPi Texas Petoenm $1.00
1 MEM Texas Homer $1.00
f Subject over-subscription).
ATT Awalgjunated Oil $155
I Bull Bayou-Homer $1.00
M ak a aboat al riockf Aik si aboat tie "Hemen"
USE THE WIRES AT OUR EXPENSE
Homer Brokerage Co.
EaMBeat FbA NatioaaJ Bask BUg-,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
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