BARRELS A DAY
Such Is Present Record of Eagle
Creek Well in Kern
Ben Stroud, lately returned from
North Midway, stated at Bakersfleld
that the Baffle creek well, near Fel
lows, flowed on Sunday and again on
Holiday for about five hours each flay
at an estimated output of 20,000 barrel*
a day. The well alternately flowed
and sanded up much after the fashion
of Mays, and other big gushers In that
vicinity. * 'f,'.'
Labelle Oil company's well on section
4, 32-23, Mr. Stroud says, looks like one
Of the best in the North Midway fleld,
although trouble with the casing has so
far prevented Its completion.
The Santa Fe 1-25 Is half mile west of
the Pioneer Midway No. 2 and a third
of a mile northwest of the Pioneer
I Hway Nd. 1, and inasmuch as Its
conduct Is Identical with these two
wells and the same as ■ the Mays
gusher, only not as violent, the strike
Is set down ns extending the gusher
belt still further along the line of
strikes In the Midway field toward the
northwest. Other wells farther out
draw from the top sands only, but they
are all good wells and the assumption
Is that tho gusher sands will be dis
closed wherever the top sands are
found to be' productive. There is no
Visible transverse break In the Mid-
way field between the Standard's
gushers on section 30 and the head
of the valley, twenty miles to the
northwest, and here and there from
the Standard's wells to section _!",
gushers have been developed within
the last few monhts.
MEXICAN MINING LAND IS
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
A notice has been posted ln the min
eral office at ltua.yrn.is tO the effect
that the Ryall concession expired on
April 24 and will not bo renewed. The
concession covered all the great mineral
region lying between tho Yaqui and
'"i inripa rlviCrn, from the confluence
near Cumpas, up each river to the
towns of Tecorlpa and San Antonio de
la Iluorta, embracing many hundreds
of square miles and including Ueallto,
I^i Itarranca, Ran Javier, I.os Bronoes,
J.*. Llbcrtad, Toledo and many other
rich mineral localities.
Exclusive dispatch to The Herald by I* A.
Crlslcr A Co., members I/is Angeles stock
exchange, 200-201 I. W. Hellman building, Ixis
SAN FRANCISCO. April 2f>.~A dull and
heavy market greeted the brokers and board
traderH when they assembled on Bush street
this morning. Florence wan the one bright
spot in the Qoldfleld list, and thin Issue closed
with a gain of 2 points to Its credit. Con
solidated sold oft* 17H points, the best bid at
the end of the session being $7.06. Atlanta
and Byoth dropped one peg each, Fraction
and Jumbo Extension remained unchanged.
The Tonopah division showed but few
changes, Tonopah Mining annexed 15 points
and Belmont 5.
The Tonopah division showed but few
changes. Tonopah Mining- annexed IS points
and Belmont 6.
Following were the dosing quotations:
'IT 'Pin ' Bl<l- Ask.
Adams ...... .. 1 Great Bend.. 2 3
Atlanta 14 15 Kewanaa .... 5 6
Booth 12 IB fit Bend An.. .. 1
111 B Xx 1 Grandma .... I 2
Blue Bull ..5 « lumho Ex .. 80 12
B R Ronan.. .. 1 Kendall 3
"olumb Mtn. .. 7 None Star I
Conqueror ..1 3 Lou Dillon .. -
Comb l-Yac... 45 41 Wllltown Fro .. 2
Crackerjack.. 1 2 M-h Xx 2
Daisy 7 ( Nev Ooldfleld .. 2
Trlangla 1 oro 5 «
SEE G. E. AVERILL TODAY FOR THE ONLY
Absolutely Correct and Authentic
Map , 0* Oil Fields
This beautiful map, 3x7 feet, shows every oil field of the great
San Joaquin valley; also depicts every railroad, wagon road and
pipe line in the McKittrick, Midway, Temblor, Devil's Den,
Kern River, Coalinga and other oil fields.
G. E. AVERILL
626 W. P. STORY BUILDING
Sixth and Broadway, Los Angeles
Phones— Fs443, Main 9451
Mcp Also for Sale by Cunningham, Curtiss & Welsh
A BIRDSEYE VIEW MAP OF
THIS BEATS THEM ALL
IT IS A CRACKKR.IACK AND ITS COR
RECTNESS WILL PLEASE AND
ASTONISH VOl: '
SECURE ONE OF THESE FREE MAPS
It* th.. next best thins to an actual trip
to America's greatest oil Held. At one
glance and Immediately before you Is the
famous Lakaview gusher. Nine miles in
the distance is seen the Mays gusher. This
map is for stock investors or those Inter
ested In oiland IT'S FREE.
THE DEMAND WILL BE LARGE—TIIE
» SUPPLY SMALL.
Call early this week or write for a FREE
COPY. EVERYBODY WILL, WANT ONE,
WAY C. WEST
711 Story Building,
.''... . I.o» Angeles, I'al.
-*<££ 0*"-_aJ^"™ roT good trunks,
f^Ss&^^i<ra-^>r^y^A tr»"ellng bags
<"w ssryc~H r^*4s ,<1 dre•• •■*
-frfrjl ,-vIL jTv^frTv rases go to
tt '■hJuM 6. U.Whitney
~**L * ,""* ' V the oldest es
tablished and moat reliable trunk manufac
turer. Store and factory. 838 South Malm.
Shoes Half Price and Less
Over two hundred big display bargain
tables are displaying shoes for men, women
and children, on sal* In many Instances for
half price and less. Convince yoursell; ana
come to the ,-,-;
- MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE, j
'//«» Soutb Broad wr '
I) 11 II Con. .. 1 Mcd T Ex.... I .-■■ ij
Dixie 1 Red Hi 115.... 4 -<,B'
Umpire ' i Sandstorm .. 2 7i%-4 '
Florence ....232% 237% St Ive» 10 17
Plor fix 1 JSllver Pick.. » 10
Fran Moh ..2 4 |Yfl Tiger .... J / « '
Sldflld C0n..70S 800 I
Bid, Auk. | Bid. Ask.
Belmont ....260 265 Flcncue Con,. 1 2
Ilm Butler,. 10 17 ron'pah M1n.725 ...
Midway 27 .. ( Tonopah Ex.. «0 »1
Montana .... so 11 W«t End 'en 36 .. ;
Bid. Auk. Bid. Auk.
Amfthvst ... 1 2 Mont&m Mtn.. .1
Bullfrog Mln 1 2 Mayflow Con. 2 3
Bullfrg Nt ll 1 2 Tramp Con 8
Bonnie Clare 8 .. Val View 2
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
Manhat Con. 2 3 Mustang 1 2
Manhat Mln. .. 1 l*yl Humph. .. 1
Manhat I>x 4 6 Thanksgiving. 3 6
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Eagle* Neil 2 4 Pitts Sllv Pk 70 -..
F'vlew Engl 14 16 Hound Mtn.. 49 (0
Nov Hills .. 65 .. Coalition .... 33 7.,'
BOSTON MINING STOCKS
Special service to The Herald by J, C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles.
BOSTON, April 25 -In the local market there
were very few stocks for sab-, and any at
tempt i" buy tallied prices easily. North Butte
sold nt 33. with the next sale 34' i. Copper
Itango sold at 6814, and the next sale was 69'^.
The market was very dull all day and showed
no tendency either way.
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Am Pneu .. 64 6,4 Michigan ... 6V» «
do pfd .... 17Va 18 Mohawk f.lVa r,_'_
Adventure .. « 7 N*v Con ... 20% 20%
Allouex 48/4 North Butte. 33',, XV-
Atlantic .... 7% 8.4 Old Domln .. M 37
Arcadian ... iV» • Osceola .. ..137 138
Ariz Com .. )6«4 17 Parrot 16 16
Apex ::',» Mi Qulncy 30
Bos Con ...18 19',. Banta Fe ... 1% 2-,
Butte Coaln v\ 21% Shannon .... II 12,4
Calu & Ariz 63 'it Shoe Much •• M'.s M
Calu & H*o.Mo 5... ci,, pfd 23 29 1.
Centennial .. 11 M Sup Copper.. 4:; 44',,
Con Mercur. 10 15 Hup and Bos 11 1114
Cop llangc. 68' i o»\i Sup and Pitt 13 13'/,
Corbin .. ..iv.. 14M Swift 10l>i 105
Daly West.. 81» !><., Tamarack 60
tost Hutte.. 8 8V« Trinity 6 6',.
Bin River.. 1% 2 United Fm1t.177 179
Franklin ... 12', 13 V H Smelt... 42V4 43
Granby .... 48 481*, do pfd MM 49%
elrecnii Can. 8% I) Utah Con .. 23 24
Hancock ... 19 20 Victoria 34 4
Isle Royal*. 16 17 wlnona .. .. 7% B'._
Keewonaw . H, I' | Wolverine ..!_'.' 12.1
Lake 50% Mi Wyandot ... IK 2
La Salle ... 13»» 14 Mass Has ...78', 79
Mass Copper 7 714 do pf.l St
Mayflower ..75 .. North Lake. 14V4 14 7i,
Mcx Con ... Ii 3 Indiana .... 23 2')
Miami .. .. 22V4 UK
NEW YORK CURB
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, April 26.-Following were the
1111. Ask. j Bid. Auk.
Am T"h cm. 440 446 Nev Utah '..73 87H
11 8 ua.-i .... OU OH Nlplsstng ... lii 10
I'hlrago Sub 2% 3 Ohio Copper, 3'j 314
Havana Tob 6 7 Kwhlde Coal 34V4 33
Stand Oil .618 M liny Central. 1% I
Cn* Stmp It 15 21 Ray Con .... I-.'. WA
Bos Con .... 18 2') United Cop.. 6% 7
Butte Coal'n 21H 22 Yukon 4H 4' 5
Davis Daly. 2 I', Inspiration .. 7' a 1%
Dolores 614 614 Mas Val new If. W.i
Oolddld Con 7t4 a Fly Central.. 1 |4
Greene Can. STi '.< Ely Con .... o*4 0%
Gtroux .. .. 74 8 South Utah.. 1% 2
Kerr lake.. 81« ««4 Gila Copper. « i'«
La Rose .... 3«4 31* Chlno H'4 l-"«
Miami 22% 22% Cons Aril ... 2% Hi
Mns Co of A 43 60 IKeygteir^e .... 3% 3%
Nev Con .. 20% 2i'S Xl Rayo 2% 3
SAN FRANCISCO OIL STOCKS
Service to The be, Angeles Herald by L. A.
Crlsler A Co., members Los Angeles stock ex
change, 200-201 I. W. Hellman building, Los
BAN FRANCISCO. April 25.-Following were
today's quotations on the California stock and
oil exchange; —Opening— -Closing--
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil ... 60.25 60.75 60.00 60.25
Brookahlra • 1.92% .... 1.75
Illinois Crude ... .63 .65 .62 .65
Palmer Oil 1.27% 1.30 1.25 1.27%
Premier 1.22*4 1.25 1.22% 125
Mascot Oil 2.60 .... 2.50
Monte Crlsto .... 3.40 3.60 3.35 3.60
New rennsyl 97 1.05 .98 1.05
Sliver Tip 2.60 2.80 2.50 I.M
Bales—1(10 Illinois Crude .64; 600 Palmer 1.2714;
600 W X Oil 3.25.
♦ » •■
PRICES OF METALS
IN NEW YORK MARKET
A NEW YORK. April 2S.—Lead, dull; -.
... spot, *4.»[email protected] .;■
■•• Copper, weak; standard spot, $13.10 •«>
A @r.*.8.-,"i; Slay, *13.50®12.51iH. 4
.t> MKar, «3H<'. <J>
Midway Oil Opportunities
20 acres adjoining the LAKEVIEW GUSHER, $30,000.
120 acres near the LAKEVIEW GUSHER at $2250 per acre.
— 40 acres in the SUNSET DISTRICT for drilling well and bonus of $1000.
40 acres in the SUNSET PROVEN FIELDS, only '2% miles from the
Gusher. Drilling well and bonus of $2000 secures this.
8q acres, BUENA VISTA HILLS, for drilling well and bonus of $2000.
This is the most desirable tract in this section. Parties wanting this must act
70 acres near TEMBLOR. One-half for drilling well and bonus of $1000.
High-gravity oil is found here less than 300 feet. The only land that can be
had in this territory at such terms. '' , t
N. B.—Our representative is constantly in the oil fields, is well posted,
and we can give you expert advice on oil lands in the different oil districts.
See E. L. KORNFELD
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CO. 120 w. sixth st
■ -.. .; ■*' .'.. ".: .■,•.*■-■■ ■ --, -..■;:. .1 .■'■'■■.■•■■. ■ ■■■■■■.. • ■...,..-■ • ■.; - ■'..'■■.- -i ■ .' . » .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1910.
Stock Now Selling
at 15c Per Share
The Patton-Longley Midway Oil Company is located on abso
lutely proven territory directly in line of the great Honolulu
gusher and the Standard gusher and is in the north half of the
northwest quarter of Section 32-31-24.
It is completely surrounded by active operations on an ex
tensive scale, which must inevitably enhance the value of our
property. '7 ':
The company has a capital stock of 1,000,000 shares at a par
value of $1.00 each. The first allotment of stock of 100,000 shares
is now offered for subscription at 15c per share. None of the di
rectors or officers of the company receive a salary, therefore all
the money received from the sale of stock will go into the com
pany's treasury to be used for practical development and not
into the pockets of promoters.
The officers of the company are men well known and are of
high standing in business and financial circles, and are backing
their judgment with their own money. The operations of the
company will be honestly and efficiently handled.
The company intends, as soon as possible, to list its stock on
the Los Angeles and San Francisco stock exchange.
We have the ground, we have the means, we have the loca
tion—right between two big gushers. We should get an im
mense well with an abundant quantity of oil, insuring long lived
production and a big income earner. The Honolulu Oil Com
pany has a gusher southeast of our property on Section 10-32-24.
»i ■ i "i l'l I ' i
. lUJP64,*tt* [idMTtnc* . m _
<*" gp^fgfr 5.,/\ "~a<* W.
cJA. —g— /a jy 6 *&»,*&*
<2i)Jl fc^ Ol) V in/'itcmui. GUOJ \c3^S . .
S *V*" \ juEL of- co
1 AHt*/C*X pj/W/AWfr- ~ - J
.Vl, «* I»\ 3,? ,ur • o c# *■*' I Ce' •
i^K ** "30 \£*d/ 26 .27 K26
owSfSS^-i **• c"''i LfxjS^£3CA .'•.*] fit*. .\? t
™ ™ m" •* - mmJfX K*'*t • <w 19 it o © jeA I
...... Mr ■ Jtffrute* . „,, —«
\,» ** jro "iX o x> I °'<^c»x (y^\r\ 0> <-e^*
Sv*»ii walK • iyt* [ -oa-' fir s#s& >
"'""^ Jfty °"-co L x —.) on.(\7Lr
*,o~nr\ %s£,„,„ o, L co. fcoAJ
\ stt sr*„»w> ,», euro \sr ' *T}ffi[ % VV
\\ 1 g ,i'i|X|^ Vm y
Unless you can afford to buy your own land, and put down
your own well, the best thing to do is to come in with us and
get a part of the big money which is surely to be made.
Every thinking man and woman of today, who is alert to
the situation, realizes the money being made in oil, and is in
vesting in it heavily. This is your opportunity. Make your in
OFFICERS DIBBCTOIW .
P. R. I.ONOIJ.V, Proaldrnt. 3. M. McI.KOI), P. R. LOVGLIT, M. B.
J. M. OLUTE. Vice President. PATTON, J. M. CUTE,
M. B. PATTON, Secretory and Treasurer. SI. J. FITZGERALD.
Midway Oil Company
330 South Hill Street
A 2318 Main 6278
Midway Provident Oil Co.
"The Company that ha* the Beat Start."
Midway 20C Stock
823 Central Bldg.. Sixth and Main St*. .
6 Cents a Share
The Price of Second Block
Mldway-Martcopa Crude Oil Co.
INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT CO.,
1012-13-14 Union Trust Bldg., Fourth
and Spring sts.. L«» Angeles.
9 FRANCE-WELLMAN OIL CO. 1
Ij One of the Strong Companies of Men and Means ftjfl
V\ HERE ARE THE MEN: 5J
t* PRESIDENT, W. A. FRANCE, Oil Operator, ADDITIONAL DIRECTORS *J*
f¥ Columbus, Ohio. S. T. WELLMAN, President of the largo pro- AA
■M VICE PRESIDENT, JUDOE J. W. CAMP- ducing oil company, Maricopa, Cal. ft
AJ BELL, banker and capitalist. LEE B. DURSTINE, New fork President U»U
f 1 _;._ North American Life Insurance Co. 'if New- _fc_fl
>£ SECOND VICE PRESIDENT, E. A. WILT- ,. N . j. w--«
I ¥ BEE, Oil Expert and Engineer. j, r, McKINNIE, Vice President Exchange Na- ,* A
I) TREASURER, ORRA E. MONNETTE, Attor- tional Bank of Colorado Springs, Colo. QEO IAJ
ney and Director Citizens National Bank. "^gl^^tu^now^aS,™ aScceS it
~^* SECRETARY, R. J. SHOEMAKER, business men of Los Angeles. w^W
Pi Here Is the Exact Location of the Companies M
Jlj 58 acres of property, which it owns by L*J
I* %■% f| completed purchase—probably the choi *=*
Wl T& ¥• T£ + cst location in the Midway or any other r^
IU "^c X ' V" ficlcl' °r nearest neighbors are Lake- L^J
' * %\ """^""S^ view' Monte Cristo, Wellman, Union, *_*
?9 7\\ /\ So-Pacifica" American Oil Fields Co- X
-^V / x<V______A__ T,ie real intrin-sic value of our land as _~-
Kf RTtTllsTilF^Wil The real ni property is enormous. Can _-w
1 AiCFVIEW li'/.VlVS'lllPF'VlHli °'' Pr°dtteiiig property is enormous. Can p*n
U ©GUSHER^^I^SS^J y°u calculate i,u: vahß' ',c; r acre of t]: c Ifll
>£ fe£S=jy=s ■ J ■ Wry ** *—I Lakeview, See. 25? Should not ours be J=j
\\A *to^^ )\C/ 1\ / equally valuable on Sec. 30? Study this \n
.w^J jtrtZ^f L niap# k'ow sto an(l cons'der the true jm(
*-£ Jp*' f)f —*-~"'*i\ value of France-Wellman stock, of which jr-w
\\ 4& °t! i V we offer 100,000 shares, now at 25 cents hA
vi il I a share' Let us get one Big Well and iv»
|-| ** ' then what do you think it will he worth? jr-jr
\\ You are too wise to wait till then to buy it. We think you are too wise not to FaA
(% buy it now. Put your own judgment to work on this. Lakeview stock is pretty LQ|
r4 valuable. It counts by dollars, not cents; ours is cents now,' but why shouldn't it jp,
\A be Dollars as well as Lakeview? Our capital is 1,500,000 shares, par $1.00, incor- fV\
/| porated under the laws of Arizona, full paid, non-assessable. We would like to jQ|
r i talk to you about this. Call on us, phone us or write us. jr*
i FRANCE-WELLMAN OIL CO. |
£* Offices Suite 628 Story Building H
Ij Phones—Home 60198. Sunset, Broadway 4682. Q(j
The April 26th
M 11 I lUlm || II f UHff ra B
opportunity is here
And those in touch with us during the past week are in a position today to f
make some money on Coalinga Central Oil Company stock. Those who call |
upon us or write us at once may still share in these early profits, but only |
if they act at once. |
Let us explain.
Some prominent oil men and financiers, among them being E. S. St. Clair, |
R. J. White, F. C. St. Clair, R. McDonald and Capt. J. F. Lucey, have ac- I
quired a lease on one of the choicest properties right in the center of the |
Coalinga field— l2o acres in Section 12, 20-14. They have made arrange- j
ments whereby $50,000 will be available for development work on this prop- f
erty. This sum will enable them to complete the two wells now drilling, |
complete the central boiler plant and drill seven more wells. As there are |
now two fine producing wells on the property this would mean eleven com- f
pleted wells, and these can all be finished by fall. These eleven wells can !
easily give enough production to place this property on a 1% monthly divi- ,7
dend basis. The lease will accommodate from forty to fifty wells., which, *
when completed, can easily give sufficient production to place this property I
on a 5% monthly dividend basis—6o% per annum on par. I
We had advance information that this stock would be listed on the Calif
fornia Stock and Oil exchange and the Los Angeles exchange, thus afford- 1
ing a broad market so that the purchasers could realize on their investment I
at any time. |
With all this information— such men at the head of the enterprise H
—with such a magnificent property and with such earnings and dividends U
> in sight, is it to be wondered at that we felt sure that those who could secure fa
any of this stock before all this information had been scattered broadcast and m
the price of the stock forced 'way up, would make sure —hence our U
advice is to get ready to act today, before the price has been forced so high |j
that the early profits are gone. 1
Those who have been in touch with us got in and secured their stock 1
today at the lowest opening price. • It will probably be a few days before p
the Bull campaign on this stock gets under full headway. Our advice, there- |
fore, is. for every who reads this announcement and is interested to call I
upon us at once and secure full information about the Coalinga Central Oil |
company and its property. If you can't call, write to us and we will send I
you printed detailed particulars with maps, photos, etc. This is one of those I
occasions when quick action will prove profitable. |
Pacific States Guaranty & Land Co.
614 H.W. Hellman Building
Los Angeles I
OIL Stock 15c a Share
The ROCK ISLAND OIL CO. announce that
tor a short time only It* treasury stook wlil
be offered for Ho a share. "A Hundred
Barrel Well I* Worth 1100,000." ROCK IS
LAND OIL CO.. 415-417 Laughiin Bldg., 815
i South Broadway. *
Our hoard of directors huß authorized a
public offering of our treasury stock at
35 Cents a Share
Los Angeles-McKittrick Oil Co.
221 I. W. Hellmao Bldg., Fourth and Main.
FIFTEEN CENTS A SHARE, STOCK
THAT IN SIX MONTHS MIOI'I.D HE
WORTH ONE DOI. I .Alt.
HYGRAVITY OIL CO.
. ' 404 STORY BLDO.
xml | txt