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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNK 29, 1010.
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"Reliable Officers
A Combination That Knocks the Risk Out of
The Arkansas 4 Oil & Refining Company
Because it's just like investing your money into
4 Different Companies as the 4 Wells Gives You 4 Ways to Win
Tract No. 1
Only f acres, but it's a Rem. it's in the prent northwest Hurkburnett
extension where the coming in of a 4,000-barrel well is of little con
sequence, as it is of almost every day occurrence. We have explicit
faith in this acreage, as we are close to the Parker well, which is just
reported in an enormous gusher. Here we feel confident of getting a
big enough well to pay our shareholders $1,000 for each $100 invested.
The M. & P. Kurk (the aecoixlOtargest in the field) is also close to
this lease.
Tract No. 2
20 acres in Iowa Park, which is 'famous for its prcat
number of wcll-payinpr shallow wells. This 20 acres is
considered an offset to the bippest in the field. Will
we pet production here? We are sun; to.
Tract No. 3
11 acres in Greer county, Okla., a shallow but well $fing field. A
fiOO-barrel well is very clone to this well.
We also have 220 acre in Carter county, Okla., rear the ITealdton
field. This territory is getting the big play in that part of Oklahoma.
We have an additional 14 acres in Haskell county, Texas, which is very
favorably located.
Tract No. 4
V.'
171 acres in (he Fctrolia field, some of which is three'-quarters
of a mill? of wells which came in making '."0 to 1,800 barrels.
This acreage is on the trend of development with drilling wells
all around it. One of these wells has made an average of 100
barrels every 2t hours for eight years.
You have read the true report that hundreds of oil companies in these
Texas fields have made their shareholders independently rich. We are
advising our best friends and our relatives to invest with us because we
conscientiously believe that we have the best oil investment that is now
beinp offered in Texas. It's your chance to put a few dollars where you
are practically guaranteed an enormous return. We are fruarantooing
to drill four wells out of the original capital, and of course when good
judgment tells us we will drill and continue to drill. Of course, we will
pay the bigger part of our earnings to our stockholders every .'U) days.
Use this coupon right now this minute!
"" OUR OFFICERS:
G. COX, Tresident, of Waldron, Ark. A
retired hanker.
A. W. (JIVENS. Vice Pnsiil.-nt. Oil op
erator. WichiLa Kalis, Texas.
I). M. ALLEN, Secretary and Treasurer,
of Fayetteville, Ark., formerly in the
hanking husiness.
C. A. FALLEN. Field Manager. Oil op
erator of Wichita Falls.
Arkansas 4 Oil & Refining Co.
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Rhniffl of MtfM k Iti vur (intMinr at wir. 91 per
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In i of fiTrMiitwrtpilon w will rriurn jour
money tmtnfilhiri .
Capital $250,000 Bank References First National and Bank of Waldron, Waldron, Ark., Mcllray Banking Co.
Fayetteville, Ark., or City National, Wichita Falls Shares $1 Par
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Wichita Falls, Texas
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