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1 'AO E. FOURTEEN
THE ATJTZOXa REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1919 (j GOOD EW COMANCHE FIELD Our Mr. FISHER Wired F rom Comanche the Following T.:..r,p W BSTBfL UMION cr Pr Uiwr Ka. PtyUnr ; NMMg.s ' Witt LKjySill "t ttmrnm ' Wir I) mm of U ifc. mtili fij KJ M Sirfd-Si3 j eftifS llntai a- mi;MiliilmiM(i.O OTlWV4rTlk4 M)lliMIMHl(M vwitactare-terkUidfeatMlfe'tli. lBUiMmrlriadBaftatltl irmfcol wwaf m .ft di dclL MCWCOMB CARLTON. rmWR lOEOROC W. C. ATKINS, niHTTK WHIM Mr wll imW ll t :l2f.0FMS 95 COLLECT BLUE 7 EXTRA DAVIE REALTY CO C46 CIIGE 126 NORTH CENTRAL AVE I)E LEON TEX 430P JUNE 6 1919 PHOENIX ARIZ COMANCHE COUNTY OIL CO HAVE PURCHASED NINETEEN ACRE TRACT RIGHT IN THE GREAT IIOGTOWN DESDEMONIA FIELD AND WILL BE KNOWN AS TRACT THIRTY THREE ADJOINING THE GREAT SINCLAIR SKELLY SANKEY AND OTHER FAMOUS GUSHERS IN THE DESDEMONIA POOL OUR TRACTS NUMBER ONE THIRTY TWO AND THIRTY THREE NUMBERING FORTY THREE ACRES ALL IN THIS DESDEMONIA FIELD "WHERE LEASES BRINGING 1 1 1 ( ! 1 1 AS FORTY THOUSAND PER ACR E I ALWAYS THOUGHT ( 'OMANCIIE PROSPECTS BIG BUT I NOW KNOW FROM PERSONAL INVESTIGATION THEY ARE FAR BEYOND WILDEST EXPECTATIONS. AW FISHER 1012PM cias or sonnet symbol 0t Owl Nifttl f WEST. TEL ri m r UNION AM KKWCtMB CARLTON. KOIM lO0 W. t ATKINS. rmaTI CUM OF KinICt SYMaOL IMlAr t IL U mm X, mm mt IIiiIiUtH1 DELEON TEX 4P JUNE 7 1919 213S FB 73 COLLECT BLUE DAVIE REALTY CO PHOENIX ARIZ MAGNOLIA ECHOLS WELL JUST ACROSS ROADWAY NOT MORE THAN FORTY FEET FROM NINETEEN ACRE TRACT NUMBER THIRTY THREE OF COMANCHE COUNTY OIL COMPANY IN TODAY WITH FORTY FFVE HUNDRED BARRELS AND ONLY ONE FOOT IN SAND EXPERIENCED OIL MEN SAY WHEN DRILLED IN WILL SURPASS THE GREAT TERREL PERIOD THE NINETEEN ACRE TRACT IS THE ONE I WIRED YOU YESTERDAY COMANCHE COM PANY HAD JUST PURCHASED PERIOD CAN YOU BEAT SUCH GOOD FORTUNE. - AW FISHER 543PM Comanche Stock Now Selling at $1.50 Per Share And owing to the increased valuable holdings this stock will soon advance A. W. FISHER, of the DAVIE REALTY CO. 126 North Central Avenue PHOENIX ARIZONA 1 Phoenix. Arizona 191.... , iso. Shares Application for Shares in the COMANCHE COUNTY OIL COMPANY 1 hereby make application for shares of the COHAXCTIE COUNTY OIL, COMPANY, of De Leon,' Texas, operating linger a Declaration of Trust. Capital $500,000. Shares par value $1.50. Enclosed find $ '., as full payment On this purchase. 1 understand the shares are fully paid and non-assessable, and that every stockholder shares proportionately in all the above leases and the production from all wells ever drilled by this company. , Name , Tostoffice State R. K. D. or Street No Make Checks Payable to A. W. Fisher, 126 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. 3i"-VflMatrMr BURH BURNETT IhfPKtlQ SptCOS.COtUMSUS UNOOTntHi nfl ,' Burkburnett Map FREE If you iivf interested in the NEW BURK J'ljjlNETT "MONEY MAKERS" yon hijjld hnve one of these Maps. Wit MAIL THIS BLUE PRINT FREE Tiig RANGER OIL NEWS is still being : '-iii. for six consecutive issues without hJti'se. This week's issue contains the story of the SILVER CYCLE which .'.iSnins the GOLDEN CYCLE which a few weeks apfo for $75. Now $700 if Write for Copies J DUNBAR & COMPANY, S El Paso, Texas ".'embers of El Paso Stock Exchange) 1717 "What's What?" IN TEXAS OIL Stteight Interesting facts on "Rain how's End, Wonder Oil Field of the World" and all Teias Oil Fields, told by -large Independent operator. It's Free. Issue Limited. Send Today ? JAMES A. BU1E Entire Floor, 1006-1008 Houston Street FORT WORTH, Texas drketfa LIVESTOCK Chicago CHICAGO, June 7. (l. S. Bureau of Markets). Hogs Receipts, 7,000; strong to 10c higher titan yesterday's close but 5 to 10 cents under yester day's average. Piss., stronger to 25 c. higher. Top, $20.00; bulk, $19.75(??19.90; heavy weight, $19.805119.90; medium weight, $19.70320.00; light weight, $19.50(ai9-S5; light light, $1S.0019.55; heavy packing sows, smooth, $19,254 19.65; packing sows, rought, $19.00(0 19.25; piss, $17.25giS.00. Cattle Receipts 500; compared with a week ago, good and choice beef steers 75c to $1 lower. Medium grades 50 to 75c lower. Fat cows and heifers, 50c to $1 lower; canners and cutters, 25 to 50c lower; bologna bulls mostly 25 cents lower; butcher bulls 50c to 75c lower; choice veals steady to 25c low er; medium grades 25c to 50c lower; stoekers and feeders, 75JL25 lower. Sheep Receipts 4.000; practically all direct to packers; compared with a week ago. bnst handy dry fed shorn lambs strong; other Iambs weak to un evenly lower; grassy and common kind 75c to $1 down; spring lambs, 25c to I I HAVE FOR SALE A BLOCK OF S3-IN-0NE OIL STOCK r ! operating in Iowa Park Diet, Wichita Co, Texas. Let me show you rthia ii the safest and best buy for large returns. "Some Texas Leases for sate, also two inside quarters Holbrook field , at $2.00 per acre. Tel. 2632. ! OTIS E. YOUNG 50c lower; sheep 75c to $1.50 lower; fat declined most. Kansas City KANSAS CITY, June 7. (U. S. Bu reau of markets. Hogs Receipts 700, steady; lights higher; lights $19.50 20.00; cattle 35 to 50c lower; yearlings, higher; butcher stock and canners' cows steady; veal lower; stoekers steady; no quotations. Sheep Receipts 800; lower; no quotations. Denver DENVER, June 7. Cattle Receipts, 2,500; steady. Beef steers, $10.00 14.00; cows and heifers, J9.50ll.50; stoekers and feeders, $10.0011.50; calves, $14.5016.00. Hogs Receipts, 200; market steady at 5c lower. Top, $19.60; bulk, $19.30 'U 19.60. Sheep Receipts 500; strong. Lambs, $17 C06518.25; wethers, J9.75ll.50; ewes, J12.00f 13.00. GRAIN CHICAGO, June 7. Close: Corn July, $1.68; Sept. $1.60s. Oats July, 67Vic; Sept-, 65c Pork July, $50.25; SepU $47.05 Lard July, $33.95; Sept, $32.65. Ribs July, $27.65; Sept, $27.15. COTTON NEW YORK, June 7. Cotton closed firm at a net advance of 40 to 52 points. D. McPHAIL Superior, Arizona ISTOCKS BONDS I Correspondent, Tucker, Hayes & Bartholomew Members New York and Boston Stock Exchange MERCANTILE PAPER NEW YORK, June 7 Mercantile paper, 5"45Vfc; sterling, 60-day bills, $4.604: commercial. 60-day bills on banks, $4.60; commercial, 60-day bills, $4.59; demand, $4.634; cables, $4.644; francs, demand, $6.45; cables, $63; guilders, demand, 38',; cables, 39; lire, demand, $8.06, cables. $8.04. Government bonds, firm; railroad bonds, firm. CLEARING HOUSE BANKS SEW YORK, Juno 7. The actual condition of clearing house banks and trust companies for the week shows that they hold $37,45o,160 reserve in ex cess of legal requirements. This is an increaso of $14,790,000 from last week. GOLD RESERVE BIGGER WASHINGTON, June 7. Total gold reserves increased more than $14,000, 000 this week according to the state ment of the 12 federal reserve banks of condition on June 6, issued tonight. is '5 Advise the Purchase and Are Making a Specialty LIBERTY BONDS And Will BUY or SELL LARGE or SMALL LOTS -nFF MAP OF TEXAS Investieate be fore having oil stocks, not after. Get facta direct from oil fields regarding dividend payers. Fortunes in the making in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Keep posted invest intelligently. Write today for Mid-West Oil News Three months free subscription to the Mid-West Oil Newi and a large three color oil map bowing oil and raa fields, pip lines, etc., to the first 200 applicants. Cut oat this ad and mail with name and address, or pend a post card to the MID-WEST OIL NEWS.'- Scarritt Bids., Kansas City, Ho. a u I COPPERS J Compiled for Tbe Republican toy ; R. Allyn Lewis, E. F, Hutton & j I Co.'a leased wire. Hotel Adam i Bulldinc. 11 Nortb Central Are. ! n n Bid Asked Anaconda Copper 12 .. Butte & Superior 29 Calumet & Arizona 70 Cerro de Pasco 48 Chino 43 Green 44 i Inspiration 594 Kennecott 39 Nevada Con 19 Ray Con. 23'i Shattuck 14,i Utah 84 .. Ark. & Arizona 10 12 Bigr Led&e 'i Calumet and Jerome s Vz Dundee-Arizona i "i Green Monster "a Hull Copper 30 40 Iron Cap 10i 104 Jerome Verde ?i Magma Copper 33 27 Magma Chief VzVt f New Cornelia 13 21 Ray Hercules L'Vi - Silver Kins 1 lit United Eastern 4 5 United Verde Ext 38 40 Verde Combination CURTIS TOBEY ARCHITECT Chunber of Commerce Bulldlnf Phoenix. Arizona Phone 1392 - - MINING PRODUCTS BOUGHT We are Smelters, Refiners and Buy ers of Gold and Silver Ores, Con centrates, Cyanide Products, Amal-c-am. Bullion, Platinum, Battery Chips and Old Copper Plates. Highest Cash Rates Paid WILDBERG BROS. Established 11 Years Offices 411-414 Pacific Bldg. 4th &. Market Sts. San Francisco a We are Prepared at Any Time to Buy or Sell Large or Small Lots of United States Government LIBERTY BONDS LAWH0N & PIPER Commercial Hotel Bldg. 39 South Central Ave. Phone 1556 ANOTHER GLORIOUS DAY OF OPPORTUNITY DLWEF? CYCLE. Si, R. ALLYN LEWIS fPhona 1416 1 119 North Central Avenue E. F. HUTTON A CO. Members New York Stock. -Exchange . Private tealed wire ts all exchanges. Thomas F. Nichols CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER Room 419 Fleming Bldg. We have told you that bankers and hard headed business men from the entire southwest from Texas to Southern California are wiring in to our office for this wonderful stock. Bankers are wiring in and including shares for "Friend Wife." These wise heads know that SILVER CYCLE is jam-up against the wonder gusher pool of Northwest Burkburnett. They can't afford to "wildcat." Can you? We can fill your order if anybody can but WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO RETURN YOUR MONEY SHOULD SILVER CYCLE BE OVERSOLD OR WITHDRAWN FROM THE MARKET before your order reaches us. We don't want to urge, but you are welcome to use the telegraph blank at our expense and be safe. . SOUTHWEST INVESTMENT CO. J. E. LANE, MANAGER Licensed Brokers Member El Paso Stock Exchange 11 1N. Oregon St. El Paso, Texas WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM J. E. Lane, Manager,- Southwest Investment Co., lliy2 North Oregon St., El Paso, Texas. Reserve . , shares SILVER CYCLE at $1.50 a share. Remittance in mail. Signed A. R. June 8 Address ' ' " ' ' , V". ; ' ''ff ;' i '