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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 191
PAGE NINE
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FINANCES AND
MARKETS
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NEW YORK, Nov. 27. The uncer
tiiin status of the transportation situ
mton resulting from the prospective
looltng of the eastern railroads to meet
CUT YOUR FUEL BILL
IN HALF
Coma and see the Success Oil Bur
ner in operation. Burns cheap, low
grade oil (not expensive kerosene)
In cook stove, heater, furnace and
French range. There is nothing to
get out of order. It is simply fool
proof. A child can operate it. It is
not a fake and winter is a joke to
this burner. Agents wanted.
SUCCESS OIL BURNER
114 North Central. Phone 629
war emergencies again constituted the
chief deterrent in today's stock market.
High grade rails were offered at ex
trime concessions of one to almost
three points, their heaviness gradually
provoking one to two points reactions
in prominent industrials.
General news of the day was rather
favorable, railroad earnings taking a
moderate turn fur the better, money
evincing further ease and Hres or Ital
ian exchange making additional recov
ery from its recent acute depression.
Trading was restricted, however, and
mainly of professional origin. Equip
ments and the war (;roup were later in
clined to throw off the inertia of rails
i but rallies were little more than tent-
atlve on indifferent support.
i United States Steel steered an ex
tremely nanow course between M and
'.!, rallying only a small fraction and
i finishing at a net loss of 1 points.
Related stocks moved In the same ir
regular manner.
Some of the motor shares proved an
exception to the general rule and ship
pings and tobaccos also hardened at
times with coppers and leather and
paper issues but only a few of these
gains were retained in more than slight
measure. Sales amounted to 525,000
shares.
With the exception of Mercantile
Marine 6's the bond market moved In
sympathy with stocks, irregular
changes being mainly downward. Lib
erty issues were moderately active the
4's" between ST. 76 and 9S.02 and the
3'2's between 09 and 99.14. Sales, par
value, approximated $4, 375,000. United
States conds, old issues, were un
changed on call.
Old Dominion
Osage Hominy Oil.
Pac. Gas & Elec...
Pac. Gas & Elec. pr.
Pittsburg-Jerome ..
Ray Cons.
Ray Hercules
Success
Shattuck Ariz
LAWHON & PIPER
BROKERS
Correspondents, Logan & Bryan
Member! New York Stock Exchange, Boston Stock Exchange and
Chicago Board of Trade
PRIVATE LEASED WIRE
STOCKS BONDS GRAIN
VV. W. LAWHON, Local Manager. Phoenix Offices, Commercial Hotel
ARIZONA COTTON
Quotations furnished each business
day by the Tempe Cotton Exchange.
The quotations yesterday were as fol
lows: Pimj, extra No .1 staple 76c
Yuma, Sacutou staple 71c
Five bales of Pima cotton were sold
yesterday.
COTTON
NEW YORK, Nov. 27. The cotton
market was barely steady at a net de
cline of 3 to 23 points; January, 29.39c.
futures closed irregular; December,
30.3uc; Jan., 29.40c; March, 2S.97c;
-May, 2S.tiSc; July, 28.40c.
Silver King
Sup. & Boston
Superstition :onsonaatea
Toulumne
Tono Ext '.
United Arizona
United Eastern
nited Yerde Consolidated
nited Verde Ext
nited Motors . .
tah
erde Combination
S. Vanadium
Wright-Martin
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STOCKS BONDS INVESTMENTS
ALLYN
PRIVATE LEASED WIRE TO ALL EXCHANGES
Correspondent
E. F. HUTTON & CO.
Members
New York Stock Exchange
OFFICES
Jerome Globe
Eisbee Prescoti
Phoenix Adams Hotel
naUSBSBBBSt
s
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$10,000.00
STANDARD
DRILLING
EQUIPMENT
TJ1E ARIZONA OIL AND REFINING COMPANY have asked us to
announce to their stockholders and prospective stockholders that they
have this day acquired a Standard drilling outfit and that their Vice
President Mr. E. A. Edwarde the great geologist and oil expert of
Arizona has been authorized to buy the necessary lumber and erect
immediately a Standard rig.
HIS ORDERS ARE RUSH ORDERS HE IS INSTRUCTED TO
SPARE NO EXPENSE IN ORDER TO START DRILLING WITHIN
TEN DAYS OR TWO WEEKS.
This is the important announcement we expected to have made yea
terday this is the news of vital importance to every stockholder.
Honorable David F. Johnson
is now treasurer
Mr. Johnson the State Treasurer of Arizona accepted a number of
weeks ago a seat on the Eoard of Directors of the ARIZONA OIL AND
REFINING COMPANY today after many weeks of careful investi
gation he becomes Treasurer of the company because he believes
with the money that the people of Arizona are pouring into this com
pany that the company. can win out ho says the money must be spent
judiciously Mr. Johnson was lo appointed on the Purchasing Committee.
Edwards and Johnson
t a winning combination
No company in years have had such an efficient combination as E. A.
Edwards and Honorable David F. Johnson. No one can question the
ability of Mr. Johnson as a financier as a detail man.
No one can question the ability of Mr. Edwards as a developer of oil
fields no one knows better where to drill how to drill. That Mr.
Edwards Can handle men to get the best out of them is unquestioned.
WATCH FOR ACTION NOW the ARIZONA OIL AND REFINING
COMPANY made the first start in the field yes it made a flying
start and it is bound to reach the' oil first if action means anything.
If we do say it the livest crowd in Arizona are backing this company
the most enthusiastic crowd of stockholders and there are over 500
of them are giving the company a boost over any hard places THEY
ARE GOING TO SEE THAT THE COMPANY WILL WIN.
The ARIZONA OIL AND REFINING COMPANY is the only company
to. our knowledge that is operating under a permit issued by the Arizona
Corporation Commission.
Every day the interest is greater every day the allotment of 3c stock
is decreasing some are surely going to miss the opportunity to get
1000 shares for $30 the thousand shares that some day should be selling
for from $1000 to $8000.
Just think of it a chance now to get in when the company is in the
"chance" class at 3c per share and another dc when on is oeveiopea.
It's good judgment to follow others if their judgment is regarded good.
k3end us today $300 for 10.000 shares or $150 for 5,000 shares or $90
for 3,000 shares or $30 for 1000 shares or even $3 for 100 shares.
If you have read this paper during the last three weeks you have seen
this company grow you have learned all the facts for ALL THE "
FACTS HAVE BEEN MADE PUBLIC that is why the shares have
sold.
If you have not had all the facts, write immediately for the company's
prospectus, engineer's reports and affidavits don't wait until tomorrow.
Do it now.
General Securities Investment Corporation
Established 1905 Re-Incorporated 1917
Main Office Second Floor Chamber of Commerce Building
Branch 40 East Adams St. Phoenix, Arizona
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Furnished by R. Allyn Lewis,
! private leased wired to all ex-
changes.
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Asked
Am. Beet Sugar 74
Am. Can 3C
Am. Car & Foundry 65
Am, Locomotive D4',i
Am. Smelting Refining 78
Am. Sugar Fefining 97
Am. Tel. & Tel 106
Am. Zinc, Lead & S 13 'fe
Atchison 84
ijaldwin Locomotive
Baltimore & Ohio uUya
Bethlehem Steel (B) 81 Ms
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 44
California Petroleum 12
Canadian Pacific 143
( antral Leather 67
dies. & Ohio 47
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 37
Chicago & rvoiHhwestern 94
Chicago, R. I. & Pac. Ry IS1,;
Colorado .fuel & Iron 35V;
Corn Products Refining 29
rucioie jMeei r072
Distillers' Securities T 35
Erie 14
General Electric 126
Great Northern pfd 90
Great -Northern Ore ctfs 27 V
Illinois Central 94
interboro. C onsol. Corp , 7
International Harvester, X. J 108
Int. Mer. Marine pfd. ctfs 95
Kansas City S 17
benign vaiiev 54
Louisville & Kashville ....116
.Mexican lJetroleum 92
-mo. Kan. t Tex. pra 71
Missouri Pacific 23
-National Lead 45
-. 1 . Central ...... 69
X. Y., X. II. & Hartford 27
Xorfolk & Western 104
X'orthern Pacific 84
l-acitic Tel. & Tel ifi
Pennsylvania 46
Reading 69
Rep. Iron & Steel 78
Southern Railway 24
oumern Kanway, piu 5
soutnern Pacific 83
r-tuueoaKer Co 42
iexas company 143'
t nion Pacific ....114
union facitic pfd 7ft
L S. Industrial Alcohol 114'-
United States Steel 9714
United States Steel, nfd 109
Wabash pfd. "B" 20
Western L'nion 83
Westinghouse Electric 38
GRAIN
CHICAGO, Nov. 27. Announce
ments that hereafter corn ana oats
ould have the same preference as
heat in the movement of railway
eight, led today to a sharp setback
grain values. Corn finished heavy j
1 net lower to advance, with
anuary $1.20 to $1.20 and May
1.1814 to $1.18. Oats held a net
gain of 3-8 to 5-8. The outcome for
provisions ranged from thirty cents
decline to a raise of seventy-two
cents.
Breaks in the price of corn took
place chiefly in the last fifteen min
utes of trading and seemed the di
rect result of word that the railroads
had been ordered to put all cereals
on the identical basis of precedence
accorded to wheat. As such a method
of handling grain is expected to
cause a material increase of arrivals,
heavy selling ensued and support was
withdrawn.
Unreasonable warm, moist weather
had previously tended to make corn
sympathize with advances in the oats
market.
New high price records for the
season were reached by oats before
the government notice was received
that oats, like wheat, would be
rushed forward by the railroads. De
clines from top quotations of the day,
however, were in rapid progress when
the sessions closed.
In provisions xhe main factor was
lack of offerings.
Close
$1.20; May, $1.18.
71c; May, $69c.
Jan., $47.45.
Jan., $24.90: May, $24.90.
$25.50; May, $25.52.
MERCANTILE PAPER.
XLW 1 OKk, Xov. 27. Mercantile
paper, br5; sterling 60 day bills,
tiMiimernai tu aay mils on
nanus, 1,1; commercial 60 day bills,
470"8; demand, 475; cables, 476 7-16,
liar silver, 34.
Mexican dollars, 64.
Mexican dollars, 64!
uovernment bonds steady; railroad
Donas urm.
lime loans steady; 60 day 5 iff 5
90 days 5 4 (!(..; six months, 5rg,6
au money sreauy; nign 3; low 2
ruhng rate, 3; closing bid, 2; offered
ai last loan, 3.
' METALS.
XLW YORK, Xov. 27. Tin iir,minl
vj.nu; lead quiet; spot 637; spelter
easier, east t. ixiuis deliverv snot
1 'J- T4 1 1 O.
At London: Spot copper 110: fu
uires i.1111; electrolytic, 125; spot
1111 iuc iinures 29 10c.
Spelter spot 54; futures 50.
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COPPERS
Compiled for The Republican by
R. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s leased wire. Hotel Adams
Building, 119 North Central Ave.
Bid Asked
3 4
Arizona Binghamton ,
Anaconda Copper ,
Austin Amazon , i 3.
Ariz. ComT , 11 n
Pig Lefige , 1 1
IHitte & Superior ,.. 17 ..
Con. Ariz. 111-16113
Cal.
Cal.
Ariz 66
Hecla ,. .430
67
435
1
39 40
87 89
81 81
22
3V 4
12 14
19
5 6
7-16
3Yt 3
1 1
' 3' 3
33 35
16 17
78 ...
11-16 11-16
1
1 7
young pigeons, $2.00 4.00 doz.; young
geese, 15c; pullets, 53c.
Butter Receipts, 22,700 lbs., extras
42c; firsts, 36c.
Eggs Receipts, 95 cases; fresh ex
tras, 53c; case count, 51c; pullets 47c.
Alfalfa hay $16.00 20.00 per ton to
producers f. o. b.fcLos Angeles.
Barley Bright feed, $2.45 bid; $2.53
closed.
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MARKET LETTER
By R. Allyn Lewis I
With war news holding to a. favor
able trend, It is to be expected that the
market will proceed in its present
course and that It will continue to pay
most attention to values and earnings.
It is to be expected that increasing
activity will appear in the speculative
specialties and that higher prices will
result. We favor a trading position on
the constructive side. It looks as
though the selling of rails is due to the
uncertainty as to what government
control for the present means.
Atchison comes out with another
ery bad statement. The western lines
don't seem to get the same grasp on
their operating expenses as the eastern
probably the heavy liquidation in St.
Paul pfd., foreshadows another big net
decrease. News is generally favorable.
We must not look out for any big ad-
ance in the General list. It is going
to be very hard for General Electric
to hold its present price when stocks
like Bethlehem Steel and others are
selling 20 to 40 points lower and pay
ing equally large dividends with equal
ly good earnings.
Coppers are all firming up. They act
like they had already discounted any
reduction .n dividend rates. It is
learned that limited amount of copper
has been released to the jobbers who
have been given permission to sell the
metal to the small consumers at a com
mission of 5 per cent for handling and
profit over 23c pr pound fixation
limit. Action in other directions might
reasonably be expected shortly It is
said, in the trade as more progress is
being made at present than at any
time since the copper men and the
representatives of the government took
the various problems for settlement.
0
Corn Jan.
Oats Dec,
Pork-Lard-
Ribs Jan.,
LIVE STOCK
Chicago
CHICAGO, Nov. 27. Hoes. reeeiDta
,32,000; tomorrow, 25,000: unsettled:
cents under yesterday's average:
uuik, tn.tuig'iY.Bb; llgnt, $16.7017.80
heavy, 517.2517.90; pigs, $13.00
10.UU.
Cattle, receipts. 17.000: tomorrow.
ii.vvv; weaK, native steers, $7.30
io.ou; western steers, $6.1513.60;
siocKers and teeders, J6.00ll.10
cows and heifers, $5.0011.65; calves,
.Ufg,l3.00.
sneep, receipts. 12.000; tommrnw
ii.uuu. rirm; wethers, $8.75 13.90
lambs, $12.50 17.00.
Kansas City
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 27. re
reipts, 10,000; 5c lower; bulk, $17.30(2
00; neavy. JT7.50(1 7 7R: 11ht
fx..vfi4.0; pigs, l5.25ftfl6.00.
auie receipts. 16.000: steadv tr,
wea; prime fed steers I1R ROtfiii 7
u'raa ueei siers, J I.U08T11.00: cows.
o.du( iu.au; nelfers, $6.5012.00
oneep, receipts. 11.000- otrnni.-
iamDS. Sib.U0W16.50: vearlinen il? 5ft
wethers. Jll.60fil3.on- n
I10.50S12.00; stockers and feeders!
4.VU1I.VV.
Denver
y crv, iov. ji. rait 0 to
ceipis, j,4uu; steady: beef steer
ja.uutsiiiz.uu; cows and heifers. $6.0ti
'w o.-... b 10c iters ana feeder ik snifn
ix.uv, t-aives. 5.uura 1U.U1I.
Hogs, receipts, 1,000: steady
weak; top, $17.75; bulk, $17.1517.70.
tjncep, receipts, 6,300; steady
lamos, i6.oui 17.00; ewes, $9.50
LOS ANGELES MARKET
Lioa AXUELES, Nov. 25. Prices
are for livestock weighed and delivered
on me cars without food and water.
nogs iiara grain fed) 125 to 15
IDS. $14.00; 150 to 175 lbs. $15.00; 175
ma. 10 aov 10s. ji&.uu; 175 to 225 lbs
'-Lu.uU. .
auie tun foot gross weight)
oieers, gooa, 9.oU; medium, $9.00
grass iea, S9.00: heifers, enort JTKftira
8.00; fair, $7.00ffl7.50; cows, fair to good
o.ouoi.ou; duus and stags. $6.00(S6.50
calves, 125 t. 150 pounds, $9.00; 175 to
t.u3 JJUUI1US, 23.aU.
fcheep Ewes, $10.00: lambs. 114 r,n
Poultry Small broilers, $15.00; broil
ers, up, fryers, 15c; old cocks and
iiens, lu-mazuc; old turkeys, toms. 25c
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Local Produce Market
A carload of the well liked Verde ap
ples was received today. They were
shipped from Prescott. A car of Red
wood apples from California waB also
received. There is an unusually large
demand for . apples now, due to the
Thanksgiving season.
Casabas are still quite plentiful on
the market. They are of good size for
this time of year and are retailing for
cents a pound.
Local grown beets and turnips are
coming on the market now. They are
the first of the fall season.
The demand for turkevs has been
quite large this week. Growers have
had no trouble in disposing of good
sized young turkeys.
Dealers are paying the following
prices :
From.
Ranch eggs .60
Butter 43
Hens .22
Fryers . . .
Feterita .
Turkeys lb.
Milo maize
Kaffir corn
Wheat 3.75
Barley 2.60
Alfalfa 22.00
Retail Selling Prices
Eggs $ .60
Fryers
Hens
Turkeys
Butter
Sugar, 9 lbs
Flour, 24-lb. sack
Apples, 2 to 4 lbs
Apples, box
Bell peppers .16
Sweet potatoes, 6 to 6 lbs.
Corn
Oranges, dozen
Lemons, dozen
Lemons, box
Grape fruit, box ,.
Grape fruit, 3 for
Bunch vegetables 2 for.
Cabbage
Turnips, bunch
Celery, bunch
Lettuce
Summer squash, lib.
Dry onions, lb.,
Potatoes, lbs.
Cucumbers, lb
Lima Beans
String beans, 1 lb
Calif. Bartlett Pears, lb.
Arizona pears, lb
Tomatoes, 3 lbs
Egg plant, lb 10
Bananas, 3 lbs for
Fresh Arizona dates, lb,
Grapes, lb
To.
.50
.24
2.60
.24
2.25
2.50
.35
.30
.35
.35
1.00
1.75
.25
2.25
.35
.30
.33
6 00
3 50
.25
.50
.06
.10
.15
.10
.10
.50
.25
.10
.121
.10
.13
.10
.85
2.75
2.50
2.75
6.00
.60
2.10
2.10
' 3.00
Calumet & Jerome.,. 1
Chile , 15
Chino .;2
Dundee-Arizona
Emma , ,
Gila Canon
Green Monster '
Green Cananea 38 ...
Iron Blossom ............ 9-16
Hull Copper
Inspiration 44 ...
Inspiration Needles .....
Iron Cap .
Jerome Victor
Jerome Verde .....i. 13-16
Kennecott Copper ....... 33 .
Magma 47 ...
Magma Chief 7-16
Miami 28 ...
Magnate Copper & ' '
Mines of America......'..' 1 1
Xipissing ..; 8 8
Xevada Consol. 17 ...
New Cornelia 15 15
COUPON USE IT NOW
General Securities Investment Corporation,
Phoenix, Arizona:
Enclosed find remittance of $.... , covering payment
at 3c per share for share of Arizona Oil &
Refining stock. It is understood that I am to pay the balance of 3c
per share -when a well ia brought in on this company's property.
Name
Street and Number ''.'....
Town and State ....-.------"-
Ar. Rep. 11-28-17
Arizona Oils
and Mines
Before purchasing shares in any
Arizona Oil or mining corporations,
you should secure the services for
$1.00 of an independent, unpreju
diced reporting agency and get the
real facts.
That an oil boom is evident in Ari
zona seems certain already many
corporations are being organized
some of them will prove winners to
the public others will not.
Guard against pitfalls don't act
hastily in buying spend a dollar
for our service.
Write today for full particulars
aDout our information Bureau, en
dorsed by Arizona Corporation Com
mission, Secretary of State, State
Attorney General, State Treasurer
SAMPLE REPORTS SENT FREE.
INFORMATION BU
REAU OF ARIZONA
MINES AND OILS
Box 823
Phoenix, Arizona
(Nothing to sell but information)
111
One bale of Pima Cotton (Long
Staple Egyptian cotton) brought
recently at Tempe the handsome
sum of $512.00. This bale should
have showed a profit of $400.00. The
present cotton crop in . Arizona
should add twelve to fifteen mil
lions to the wealth of the State. The
Pima variety is superior even to the
famous imported cotton from Egypt.
Ranches in the Arizona cotton belt
are making net profit of from $200
to $350 per acre some profits run
even higher.
Cotton City Project
A great agri
cultural project
is under way
In the state
that gives the
men or woman
of mode rate
means a re
markabie op-
portunit y to
participate in
the profits of
the growth of
the long staple
This huge en
terprise is fully explained in sev
eral pamphlets issued by the com
panv which will be sent on appli
cation. The cotton city project will
be the open door to an Independence
for many men and women.
C(i City Luidl 1
Egyptian cotton.
Room 2, Board of Trade Building,
Cor. 2nd Ave. and Adams St.
Phoenix, Arizona
(COUPON)
Please send me full particulars
on the COTTON CITY PRO
JECT and also facts pertaining
to the raising of long staple cot
ton Name
Street and No
Town
(A. R.)
Casabas, lb. ....
Almonds, lb. ...
Walnuts
Cauliflower . ..
Cranberries, lb.
Pomgranates, lb.
Chestnuts, lb. .
Persimmons, lb.
Rhubarb, 2 lbs. .
Brazil nuts, lb,
25
.30
.10
.06
.30
.30
.15
.25
.05
.30
.20
.25
.33
Hubbard squash, lb 05
Potatoes, cwt. 3.25
Flijoa, lb 13
Cocoanuts, 2 for , .35
Peanuts, lb 25
Concord grapes basket.. .55
Golden Honey dews. lb. . . .05
Aligator pears, each ... .25
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M
ay vine umver
sal
can be installed in any cook stove, range heater, water
heater, or residence hot air furnace.
Great Fuel Saver
Wood, Coal and Gasoline are very high. Save big
costs by using Kerosene.
This burner uses Kerosene without smoke or soot.
1 and 2-flame burners $20.00
3-flame burners ... ... . . . . . .-.$22.50
Installed complete in this city. Immediate delivery.
LET US SHOW YOU
MACHINERY
Electrical Co.
E. A. TRINCANO, Mgr.
General Distributing Agents for Arizona
Room 1, Central Buildings, Phoenix. Phones 4494 or 1769
Agents wanted in every city in this state
Treasury Stock
of the
United Chino Oil and Refining
Company
Is being sold direct by th3 Company and every dol
lar of your money, less commissions authorized by
the State Corporation Commission, goes into the
Treasury for Development
OFFICEES AND DIRECTORS
MARICOPA COUNTY, STATE OF
ARIZONA
KNIGHT TIRE AND RUBBER COM- !
PANY, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs.
LAURA CURRY, trading and doing
business under the names of Ari
zona Rubber Company and Lowe
Rubber Company, Defendant.
10162. Action brought in the Su
perior Court of the County of Mari
copa, State of Arizona, and the com
plaint filed in said County of Mari
copa in the office of the Clerk of said
Superior Court.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OP ARIZONA, TO LAURA CURRY,
Defendant, GREETING:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
And required to appear in an, action
brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in the Superior Court
of the County of Maricopa, State
or Arizona, ana answer the Com
plaint therein filed with the Clerk of
this said Court, at Phoenix, in said
County, within twenty days after the
service upon you of this Summons, if
served in this said County, or in all
other cases within thirty days there
after, the times above mentioned be
ing exclusive of the day of service or
judgment by default will be taken
against you.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the Superior Court of the County of
Maricopa, State of Arizona, this 31st
day of October, 1917.
JAMES MILLER, Jr.,
Clerk of Said Superior Court.
(SEAL)
By J. ELMER JOHNSON,
Deputy Clerk.
HARRY E. JONES
Civil Engineer
U. S. Mineral Surveyor
Room 6 Monihan Bids
Phoenix, Ariz.
Phone 1273
Mr. Jack Bolin, President
State Mining Inspector for Arizona
Mr. "Frank Brown, Vice President
Former U. S. Immigration Commissioner
Mr. George N. MacBean, Secretary-Treasurer
City Commissioner, Phoenix, Arizona
2MCENTS PER SHARE NOW
This company is composed of strong Arizona men who are determined
to find out positively if there is oil to be produced in the CHINO valley.
The company owns outright 960 acres of land in the heart of the dis
trict which shows such heavy oil indications land that was picked as
the most promising, by an expert and practical oil man, when it was
possible for him to select what he considered the choice sections of
the CHINO DISTRICT.
If there is oil to be produced In commercial quantities in the State of
Arizona, where oil has already been proved to exist, do you not want
YOUR SHARE of the big profits? Of course you do every live wire in
Arizona today wants to be in on this new activity, which promises far
greater riches on the investment, than is possible in any mining
proposition.
You can come in now, with men whom you know will see that you get a
square deal, and share in the results of developing the CHINO VALLEY
property of the UNITED CHINO OIL & REFINING COMPANY. It
won't take much money $25.00 buys 1000 shares and $100.00 buys
4,000 shares you can't possibly lose much, and if the PREDICTIONS
OF GREAT OIL EXPERTS PROVE UP the same stock that you pay
2'z cents per share for now, should easily be worth $25.00 per share.
Oil The Gushing Gold Is the Thing Today
There is no getting around the fact that OIL is the great thing in the
minds of the people of Arizona now. OIL IS THE MOST NEEDED
COMMODITY IN THE COUNTRY TODAY there are big OIL INDI
CATIONS in the CHINO VALLEY OF ARIZONA and the people of
this state are going to see that the Chino Valley is THOROUGHLY
EXPLORED FOR OIL.
It is a speculation, yes but a speculation Dacked by the expert opinions
of some of the big oil men of the United States such speculations as
have made millionaires by the dozen and a speculation in a company
controlled by MEN YOU KNOW CAN BE DEPENDED UPON TO
EXPEND YOUR MONEY JUDICIOUSLY. Come on in with them for
a few dollars and be prepared to share in with them in the BIG
PROFITS that will come with production. If we win, you WIN BIG
and
If the Oil is There We Will Find It. Mail the Coupon
With Your Check Today
United Chino Oii and Refining
15 North Second Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona
COUPON
United Chino Oil & Refining Company,
15 North Second Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona.
The enclosed remittance of $ , is to cover cash
payment of 2'z cents per share on shares
of the TREASURY STOCK of the United Chino Oil . Refining
Company. It is agreed that when oil in commercial quantities is be
ing produced by your Company, I am to pay an additional 2 cents
per share.
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