The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 329, Ed. 1 Friday, January 31, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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Oil & Gas Company 1
uthorized. Capital $75,000— «- —Shares F>ar Value $50 Each
(FULLY PAID AND NONASSESSABLE)
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e come to yota with a few plain, straight facts in regard to our j
Company and its holdings and what we propose to do. ™
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FIRST TRACT—2 1-2 acres just west
oi the depot in Burkburnett, Texas.
SECQNp TRACT—10 acre block 2 3-4
mifes west of Burkburpett in Block 44,
v ^ offsetting the Cashin 5-acre block.
THIRD TRACT-^10 acres seven miles
southwest ol Iowa Park. This block Of
land lies less than 3-4of a mile of the
famous Watkins tAvell and between the
Watkins and Zink wells, and several other
wells now drilling around our holdings.
jap.. Propose To Do
WE DRILL TW6 WELLS.
^ OUR FIJ&ST WELL will be on the
% 1-2 acre block in Burkburnett, Texas.
OUR SECOND WELL will1 be in our
10 acre holdings near the famous Wat-
kins well, southwest of Iowa Park.
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We expect to drill out our entire acre-
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age, which ought to hold from 15 to 20
wells, taking one-half of the net proceeds
of our first wells and drill other wells.
After the first wells are past it will t«/ke
must less than one-half of the production
to keep drilling going,‘thus returning
much more than one-half of the produc-
tion to the shareholders.
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WEATHERFORD BURKBURNETT OIL & GAS CO
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To the Public:
THIS COMPANY is to be a real and
permanent producer of oil for the benefit
of all parties concerned.
FIELD OPERATIONS will be intrust-
ed to the most experienced, reliable men
we can possibly obtain. We will waste no
money with any other kind of men.
YOtf CAN READILY see that our en-
tire holdings are in unquestionable, proven
territory, eliminating the wild-catting feat-
ure of the oil business.
THE FORT WORTH RECORD of Jan.
27th and 28th, recites the surprising ad-
vance in price of acreage hear by onr hold-
ings, which guarantees the value of your
IN MY JUDGMENT, our holdings are
very valuable from the standpoint of loca- *-
tion, and surrounding proven develop-
ments; AND IF WE GET OIL, you get
oil. The smallest investor will be looked
after and given the same attention as the
I PERSONALLY see to and stand be-
hind the statements, as being true, made
in our advertising matter.
President Weatherford-Burkbnrnett Oil
and Gas Company.
PERSONNEL OF THE
WEATHERFORD BURKBURNETT OIL & GAS GO
PRESTON MABTIN, President.
J. B. ALVIS, Vice President.
GEO. FANT, Secretary and Treasurer.
A. T. COLLIER, Sales Manager.
MARTIN, ALVIS, FANT, RNOX AND
J. & ALVIS.
C. D. HARTNETT.
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DR, PHIL SJMMO:
C. A. WALLER
R. E. KNOX. 7
R. E. FARMER.
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I. M. GARDNER.
I. W. HEAD.
REV. M. E. WEAVER.
At L. STEEL.
rence—Any bank or reliable'business
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i in Weatberford, Texas
WEATHERFORD-BURKBNRNETT OIL A GAS CO.,
Box 264, Weatherford, Texas.
Gentlemen: Inclosed please find my check for $......................... _
made payable to GEORGE FANT, Cashier First National Sec-
retary and Treasurer, for which enter my application for.................
shares in the Weatherford-Burkburnett Oil A Gas Co., at $50.00 per
share, fully paid and non-assessable.
R. F. D. No. Street.7..
Town and State _______
CLIP AND MAIL TODAY
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The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 329, Ed. 1 Friday, January 31, 1919, newspaper, January 31, 1919; Weatherford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth645243/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .