El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 6, 1919 Page: 4 of 16
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Eli PASO HERALD
TRACT IS SOLO
Brings $2000000; Each In-
vested $100 Is Now
Bringing in $3000.
la Tex. May . Th Bark-
-ponor tract and holdings were
- d to A. D. Morion of B&rUesrtlle
" uesday for $2000000 cash.
Tne Bnrk-Wagganre company
r 'ig-ht in only one well the Burk-
..pconer well of 3000 barrels dail.
- tri al days ag'o.
T e company was organized last
ei bpr with a capital stock of $6M-
1 the stock sold at $100 par.
""i-e :ph the deal made Tuesday
- . x iv hold or makes approximate-
. 5 on each original $100 share.
.'.al was closed by lallas at -
latrtr Take Xette.
v p"onall pv-i buy in a tene-
Thee bu are scarce.
1 r-t- rnai TVlfiacit Vpi Llallftt.
ro Pi Phone 4S04. Adv.
!-. appeals to them became it is so
rre and cleansing. It does much to
.erp ts sen clear ana healthy es--rc'ay
if assisted bjr touches of Cu-
- m Oiatment to first signs of pim-
r.es. redr.ess roughness or rhsrmg.
Ideal for toilet uses.
B ecu t tMt the fMdBAthy fivnn Call-
28 NEW WELLS
But Four Holes Abandoned
Among Many Producers
During the Week.
Wichita Falls. Tex May . The
completions in the Burkburnett field
for the past Keek are as follows:
Centerficld Oil company. No. 1. Heaj
son. 125 barrels.
CuIIinan Oil association. No. t. Cal-
thorpe 100 barrels.
I Goodloe Kennedy. No 1 Welch too
Humble Oil company. Xo. 2. Hern-1
don. 2750 barrels.
Hale and Todd. No. 4. Boliford 225
Magnolia Petroleum No. 10. Van
Cleave. ISO barrels.
Gilliland No. 7. Hardin. 100 barrels.
Gilliland No. 10. Hardin. 400 barrels.
Gilliland No. 11. Hardin. 400 barrels.!
Gilliland No. IT. Hardin. 1500 bar-j
Gilliland Xo II. Hardin. IS barrels.
Gilliland Xo. 21. Hardin. 260 bar-
rels Gilliland Xo. is. Hardin. 0 barrels.
G. c. Wood No. 1. Hardin (one acre).
Texas company No. 1. Van Cleave.
Texas company Xo. 3. Van Cleave.
Texas companv. No. 10. Hardin A.
Spencer Oil companv. No. 2. Van
Cleave ISO barrels.
Old Hickory Oil Producing associ-
ation. No. L H. C Pope dry aban-
doned at ! feet.
; dry. abandoned at 2000 feet.
' Claude Bell et aL. No. 1 Mustek 1H
Shegog and Turner. No. 1. roller
(deep test) abandoned as dry at lc.000
feet is the only well completed in the
old Burkbtxrnet field.
In Sunshine HOI Fort Dearborn
Oil company. Xo. 2. Ward and Todd.
Falrview Oil company. No. 2 P. p.
Langford 0 barrels.
Eleetra-Caldwell Oil company Xo.
5. Burnett and Lloyd. 35 barrels.
Magnolia Petroleum company. No.
24. H. & T. C. 65 barrels.
Iowa Park -Cayce Holbrook. Mo. S.
J. A. Watklns. 20 barrels.
Sutherland t Cox. Xo. 3. Serrien 2S
Vat Oil company. Xo. 2. Grant. 25
O. S. Chapman No. 2. Chapman 20
CnrtJas & Co buy Liberty Bends.-A4v
Two Wells To
Be Sunk Soon
Work On Foundation For
One Rig Completed;
Tui umcarl. X. M . Mav C Tiu vlra-
carl is growing more ri.Hr.1 ilally
over oil. The pit for the oil well Is
finished and the promoters haxe
started the derrick which will be
about ieet hth. Oil leases are sell-
inir all the wav from fl to ISO per
acre around where the drilling; 1 to
V location at Kane. X M . h hen
laid and drillina another wHI bestns
at once. This is about :o miles from
Tucumcari. and they are building a
steel derrick This well Is to he sunk
about 4o fi. that is the contract
will be let for that depth
BIG GAS WELLAT TULSA
MAKES 226QM FEET
T..lsa okla. la Too Mi wet.
ami a Urce ka. e'.t are in tn 'saiie
vount Foster anl aamn-iates hae a
l.-"0-barrel ell in then r.fth rotn-
pletion. mh'.h irot the ia sand at
20J0 fee! This well I. in the north
west quarter of section .4-. 4 ? Fos-
ter Norwood have a well maklnar
lt00 barrels in their Initial test Thla
well is located in the southeast quar-
ter of section ;:-24-J The Me gasser
was hroUKht in by the Cnsiten OH and
Gas company It Is maktna " noo.ootf
cubic feet of (as at tl! feet and la in
section Sl-lT-5. The New Rneiand
Oil company has a showing for a
l.ght well at 2141 feet.
TWIN BUTTES T0DRILL
FOR OIL AT TULAROSA
Tularoaa. X. M May The oil
boom has brought new life tc Tula-
rosa. Most every foot of the valley
has been staked tor oil Construction
on a S12.00S Methodist church build-
ing; and a tlS.OM hotel will soon be-
The Twin Buttea Mlnlnc companv
expects to start drlUlnc for oil on its
property as soon as arrangements can
DRILLING IS ACTIVE IN
THE GATES VILLE FIELD
Gatesville. Texas May 6 The Texas
Keystone Oil company nas its well on
the Clark farm west of here down 300
feet. A rig has been set up on the
Strickland ranch southwest of Gates-
ville. and drilling will soon be started
there. A number of other contracts
have been made and drilling wtU be
started Just as soon as the materials
can be gotten to the location and der-
ricks can be built. i
OIL STRUCK li
At 800 Feet Drill Hits Oil;
The Star Eig Is to
jLcte Monday afternoon a telegram
nas received at the local office of the
Sunshine Oil Corporation in El Paso
that oil had been struck in the Laura
wU of Sunshine company being
drilled some six or seven miles north
ward from Pecos City Tex.
The telegram from Alfred Tin-
eillv president of the company and it
W.-It u standing 40 feet in oil;!
gratlr of oil ery fcltrh. Will bring
sample on mv return to El Paso
Ttirwlay or Wednesday. Have shut
down the well for a few days account
of boiler repairs. Will rase this oil off
In leKiira wrll nnd continue deep test.
Will start ..lent Inch hole with star
r.s N'o h down to 800 feet and devel-
op this iani where we may get a 50
to l'0 barrel well '
1 Star Hi.
Thl telegram means that the star
riff wilt dr.elop the sand struck be-
tween too nnd 850 feet while the Laura
well will be continued on down as a
deep tet as It was meant to be.
The well will go on as a lt inch
hoi to the next sand which in ex-
pected at 1500 to 1800 feet and the
third at 3000 to possibly 3300 feet.
The site for this well was selected
by Pr. rlujth H. Tucker geolofrlst for
the company and It Is stated that
the sand Just encountered was about
the depth he predicted. The other es-
timates are also his.
Kl Paa. Company to Drill.
The Kl Paso-Sunahine Oil company
an El Paso concern of which C E.
(Henrv) Kelly is president has Its
derrick built and is preparing to pet
its rts; in to beffin its wen at a very
earlv date. The site for this well
was also selected by Dr. Tucker and Is
near the Sunshine well.
The strikins; of oil in the well was
no surprise as shallow oil has been
found in t he vicinity of Pecos for
years. The Texas company developed
a considerable flow of oil and gas at
a comparative!? shallow depth north
of Toyafa. several years aa;o. and oil
ir other wells In the vicinity of Pecos
has been found for years. This led
drillers and some geologists to be-
lieve that big flows of oil would be
found at greater depth hence the faith
of the Sunshine people.
CAGE WELL DOWN 3600. FBET.
A Stephensrille Tex. report Is that
the Cage well Is down 2000 feet and
the showing is gas bubbles. The Taney
well four miles west of Stephensrille
Is down 1000 feet. The Davis well IS
miles south Is making slow progress.
Oil and Gas Showing TJp
In Many Properties in
The Famous Field.
Eastland Tex. May 6. The follow-
ing: stage of development was reached
In Eastland county In the beginning;
of the present week:
Great Southern Bumgartner. Xo. 1
drilling; at ! feet.
Jackson Oil corporation. Cooksey
Xo. 1 spudding.
Caldwell Oil company. Simers Xo.
1 drilling at 72S feet.
Motherapool Oil company. J. Z. Mil-
ler Xo. 1 wrilUnB at about 30 feet.
There are timbers for two other rigs
on the same quarter section.
Leon Oil company. Allen Xo. 1. near
Pleasant Grove rig up.
R. C Fain has timber on Pleasant
Grove location for two rigs.
Hercules company has ri? on D. N.
Hollerman farm east of Mid-Kansas
Harrel and seven miles north of East-
land. Texolean company has rig on Sneed
farm six miles northwest of Eastland
and about one mile west of the Par-
rack. Arddisona has rig completed on the
Dr. Kincaid farm two miles north of
The Cosden Oil company. Hoi comb
No. 2 will be drilled for a gasser.
The Leon Oil company Minnie Sib-
ley No. 1 sprayed oil over derrick.
The J. J. 0MaUey Brunette tract
drilling at !00 feet
Ocean Oil and Refining; company's
Xo. 1 Brooks drilling at 220 feet.
Ballentine's No. 1 Pleasant Grove
church. Is drilling at 2220 feet. The
ten-inch casing; was set Tuesday of
last week at a depth of 2044 feet-
Albers Oil company's Xo. 1 Turner
is drilling at S20 feet.
Gulf Production company's Xo. 1
Perkins a quarter of a mile north of
the Pleasant Grove church is a der-
rick waiting for tools.
States Oil corporation. Parrack No.
1. tubing; the well the intention being
to hold this as a gas well the volume
of gas being; produced being 30000000
cubic feet per day.
Norwood No. 1 getting resdy to
shoot. This well is producing about
100 barrel per day.
Turner No. 1. drilling at 210 feet.
Butler No. 1. rigging up.
West Texas Dempsey Xo. 1. drilling
at 2S00 feet.
Root. Hupp & Duff Perkins Xo. 1.
rig burned about 4 oelock last Mon-
day morning. New rig is now under
construction. The well is down about
. 67u feet.
Hoot. Hupp Duff. Potett. drilling
at 3100 feeL
Koot. iiu.p & Duff. Ray Xo. 1 is
under-reaming for lJ-inch casing at
O. H Ke well midway between
Eastland and Cisco drilling at -47s
BELIEVE PAY SAND IS
FOLLOWING RED RIVER
According to Vernon Texas re-
ports it is a general belief that it
sand as deeloued in Burk-Wctroner '
section of the Burkburnett field fol-
lows the northwest trend of Red river
Into Wilbarger county and many loca-
tions are being made contiguous to
the rer as far as Tolbert. The Neal-
Hamilton Oil company of Vernon has;
let a contract for drilling a well near!
Davis in this area and several other'
companies are preparing to drill.
A good strike at Doans. 18 miles!
north of Vernon will be considered as
proof practically positive of the ex-
tension of the field mentioned. An
eastern corporation is to drill in the
forks of Red and Pease rivers.
TEST NEW FIELD.
Oklahoma Ciay. OkIa. May 6. On
the divide northwest of Ranger the
North American Oil and Refining com-
pany of this city has begun drilling
its Connellee No. 1. The drill in now
about 400 feet.
The North American Oil and Re-
fining company has undertaken a
number of other operations. It has.
let a contract for an offset to the
Haynes well in the Duke-Knowles
pool in Comanche county. Material
is now belntr hauled for the erection
of a rig on its second well in Young i
county xne wen win oe annea aooui
two miles southwest of the company's
Goode No. 1. which is still held up by
a fishing Job.
Northwest of Walters. Okla.. this
companv has a well drilling at 24i0
feet. And at Cement one well has
just been put on the pump.
McCULLOUGH SHOWS ITS
ACTIVITY TOWARD DRILL
McCuIlouph county. Texas shows'
recent activity toward actual drilling
according to a report fom Brady in
tw Mnntv Th. new Hrlllin? out-
i .. I i ii.il ...... .-nJJ.H !
1119 dflltCU. AVVV lUUb i" ouuk.v I
in and a new contract let were tne s .
activities for last week. One of these f
drilling outfits were for the SmithiS-i
4k Jergins deep test in the northwest i
corner survey jno. 4s near jaeivin. s .
The otner rig was lor me J. i. Mare smw-IsI
well on survey lais in me uui tu.coi i gj
part of the county. --
LEASE COMPANV FORMED.
The "TTlnvia-Albuauerrine Pool" is a
leasing concern formed in Clovls. X. 1
M. U Silly a petroleum engineer. I
is interested and c A. scneuncn ana
W. F. Dawson are trustees. The
concern purpose nealinic in leases of
oil lands and not to drill.
Now easy to keep your
hair soft datx ana junrou
Restores gray bah to natural color
arivinuy ao qmea enuc - ?ot a
ah trxquuiici oeur arr-iiu
mff rtuovir. A rlur.t.T tabj'C
at-saalwvd In m tittle water ava asni
rPfc-fl- tl'iw'lffT- T'i"rf f '-1
uaafittiwi ca.. salt. ihw gtiy. ma
00CT0R PRESCRIBES ttM
For ThU Weak XenwM Mtfcer Be-
muse He Knewi the Formula.
Jacksonville I1L "I have a twenty-months-old
baby and keep house for
my little family but got Into a weak
nervous run-down condition tired all
the time and no ambition. My doctor
told me to try Vinol and In a week I
felt like a new person. I am now
Tronic- a&rain. look after my baby and
do all my housework." Mrs. G. H.J
The reason we recommena inoi .
lm Kermuse it is a constitutional rem
edy containing beef and cod liver pep-
tones iron and manganese peptonates
and glycerophosphates the most suc-
cessful tonics known. Kelly Pol-
lard druggists and druggists every-
Of Lest Health-Tone and Exhausted
Consequent upon the war. the dread-
ful epidemics trying weather and
changing seasons is imperative.
Never before were the blood-building
properties of Hood's Sarsaparilla so
much needed as now.
This medicine 1st. creates an ap-
petite. 2nd aids digestion. 2d. per-
fects assimilation of all the food you
eat so that your blood and body re-
ceive the benefit of 100 per cent of
this nourishment. This rapidly adds
to your strength and gradually re-
stores your reserve strength natur-
ally bringing about normal conditions
and permanent good health- Hood's
Sarsaparilla is America's greatest
blood-purifying medicine. w:th a rec-
ord of greatest sales and greatest
Hood's Pills are a fine family ca-
thartic gentle and effective well
adapted to help Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Bonds Ask No
iw liberty Bead have a
aaarhet VALCK fa KKVL
MO.VI.Y. We pay that VALUE
We pay even BMre thaa
BANKS seuwe we baadte
nwre Liberty Hindi thaa all
the ether brakerace flrsn in
El raw pat tegetaer. We par
better seed seWee becaa. we
are set o pending ee abeermal
fetaedHaw mt erefit. New
Terk Staek Riehaace prices
are wired ea hiarty.
Send bends by registered
mail. Cheek vrlU be mailed
J. S. CCRT1SS CO.
Sbrtdoa HeteL a I1.. Texas.
Oldest and Larxevt Bnkerage
rain ta r.I rase.
bank will reeeouaead as.
El Paso's Oldest
Local lepreaenlarlvea wanted In
every town Iq Ariaena and Neve
We Handle Only
The Best Companies
Have oar own field men In
Rasvger and BarklwiraeU who
keep m pelted ok aWlvltSea
Far live wire only all appli-
cant nmt farnlalt references.
El Paso Oil Exchange
J S. L. STEP1I1SXS. Mgr.
U zee N. Oregen St El Paso. Tex.
Try Herald Want Ads.
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; 1 ksa)eEi SmjnClLS ylggiQS OIL I
lj GrjHBR ly Block 74 7"' -j'l t ' 1 Ij
I 1 FB6ESHM1E im di rCV ai Vl TTjflT 1 6!
I Fl IEIEI8E I 1IN OlAJUs. 41. -qeiV&ai S
I IT RIIRKRIIRSinr m TWO AND A HALF ACRESTwo and a half acre bdng fie 1 . 1 f -Jfii; W I f j I j':
jjjj I fl I UUfiuDUflllL II east 2iz acres of lie wert 5 acres of tKe north 20 acres of tfce wat 80 acres of Block 41. Red River Valley Land. 5-5 $ 35 Spot J'ff 1 J J 'WEI j 111 I I 1 J;
j 1 Translated into English it that we are right k the HEART of PROVEN territory with Burk-Waggoner to a " a I I "Tfl f vP"lk H.-.v 'W' L &Jt&A I jf S' I f
the northwest of us; GoWea Cycle to the north of us; Collins County Oil and Gas coapaay to the west of us; the j if ll S S S f iTSA 51 jT'lill i
THREE Husabk gushers ADJOINING us on the northeast and the prolific Hardin tract to the east of us. ! 17 I 3 WWZWi WLKLPC it i Wmk f&- I i!
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CoDfirmation of Thrift No.
2's Three Thousand Bar-
rel Well Starts Things
By ARTHUR LOUTS HARK.
Burkburnett Texas May 2. Excite-
ment reached an antf-eUmax today
when the report that the Thrift No. 2
On Company brought In Its 3000-bar-rel
well in Block 82 of the Burkbur-
nett field was confirmed. This wan
followed by a scramble for acreage in
the northwest portion of the field and
leaseholders experienced no difficulty
in disposing of any acreage they cared
to put on the market.
Experienced on men expressed their
belief that the Thrift No. 2 well will
prove to be the biggest producer in
the field and that Its production
should reach the 400e-barrel mark to-
night. Twelve hundred dollars was
offered for one share of stock in this
well on the local market Thursday.
Other high bids for stock of compa-
nies with holdings in this field at the
same call were: Oolconda S450:
Burk-Sun $225; Mid-Field. 2105; Con-
Every company that own acreage
in or near the new pool is planning to
develop their properties at once and
there is every indication that within
a short time there will be almost as
many derricks in the new pool as
there are in the townelte.
The big companies are awake how-
ever and are planning to develop their
holdings in the -ew field. The Texas
company is reported to be hurrying up
the erection of a number of rigs while
the Burk-Waggoner people are ex-
pected to put down sixteen wells on
their sixty-acre tract.
The Humble No. 2 in Block 41 is
now making approximately 1700 bar-
rels while late reports from the Gold-
en Cycle and Burk-Waggoner are
that these wells are flowing from
2900 to 3000 barrels a day.
Last wel CbSENBECk rod a new cut of their map made showing the NEW weDs which came in surrounding
SfT PY 7 Deed aDOlher nP one used in this advertisement does not show the HUMBLE
NUMBER THREE on the same block with OSSENBECK. nor the Collins County Oil and Gas company's bk
GUSHER directly west of OSSENBECK'S property. And here's a point to ccJex: THE CLOSERTO OS
11 PROPERTY "THE BIGGER THE HUMBLE WELLS GET. OSSENBECK acreage k
ABSOLUTELY proven. There k bo longer any question but we will get oil and we will get a GUSHER.
Money Back Every
There are only 650 OSSENBECK shares in all This means that a hundred dollars
buys one 63Mi interest k the OSSENBECK Oil Company. Out of every 650 bar-
rels of oil produced one barrel belongs to the man who invests a hundred dollars. OS-
SENBECK is jam-up to 3.000. 4.000 and 6.000-barreI wells. But suppose OSSEN-
BECK gets only a three thousand banel well. EVERY ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LAR SHARE WOULD EARN MORE THAN 4 BARRELS OF OIL PER
DAY which is selling for over TEN DOLLARS. Every 10 days you would get
your money back.
Get that location look at the map again. Remember that OSSENBECK
and HUMBLE NUMBER THREE are in the same block. A block is 1C0
acres Humble own the east half of 41 and their Xo. 3 well is in the
north corner OSSENBECK is in the north corner of the west half. If
you ever had a SURE SHOT offered you yon have NOW. And just
over in Block SS 1800 feet away are the other two HUMBLE GUSH-
ERS. And EAST WEST NORTH AND SOUTH ARE MORE GUSHERS.
d Oil Men
And OSSENBECK is managed by EXPERIENCED OIL MEN. The presi-
dent. J. H. Ossenbeck has been connected with the BIG companies tince he
was 10 years old. And he's' from a family of oil people. His father has
been with the Standard Oil company for FORTY YEARS. Before reignun?
his position to enter the vi! bosiness for himself. Mr. 3. H. OSSENBECK had
covered the Elect ra and Burkburnett fields for the Texas company for more
than seven years. There's not a lease in this section with which he i not
familiar. And let this be proof of his ability. WHEN THESE TWO 'AND A
HALF ACRES WERE SELECTED there were no bir GUSHERS in this dis-
trict but Mr. Ossenbeck KNEW that north and nest of the towcsite the
BIG WELL would be found. These two and a half acres have increased many
times in value since their original purchase and are today worth the capitali-
sation of the company.
OSSEKBECK Oil COMPANY
206 N. Oregon St. El Paso. Texas.
RESERVE SHARES OF OSSEN-
BECK OIL COMPANY STOCK. REMIT-
TANCE FOR $ NOW IN MAIL.
Boy Part of a Share If You Like
Mr. Ossenbeek is anxious that as many people as possible share in the wealth of OSSEKBECK'S two and a half acres and for those who
do not care t purchase a full share he has issued instructions to make a certificate for any part of a share. It is now possible for you to
buy any amount of OSSENBECK you care to BUT FOR YOUR OWN SAKE BUY AS MUCH AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN. Remember
that the Texas company started about 11 years ago with a capitalizition of only $50000 ; today they are capitalized for $67000000. An
old Texas company man one who helped to build this great organizition is now starting out to build another OSSENBECK.
OSSENBECK OIL COMPANY
CAPITAL $65000. SHARES $100.00.
206 N. OREGON ST. EL PASO TEXAS.
OSSENBECK OIL COMPANY
206 N. Oregon St El Paso Texas.
Gentlemen: Please accept my order for shares of stock
in the OSSENBECK OIL COMPANY at the rate of $10000 per share
fully paid and iran-assessable and find enclosed $
in full payment of same.
Street or Bex No.
Town and State
We reaere the rurht to return any checks or money i -i i--come
to our office after the stock i& sold out.
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