Western Oil Derrick (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 9, Ed. 2 Saturday, August 28, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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iVESTERN OIL DERRICK, SATURt AY, AUGUST 28, 1920.
,11111^.1 ........ p.. I , , .. . . i the riei" i im Trers Treat Crawford tn-J
y~\ W A /"¥ —j it ww Li J I rK (f/l tSoTTOUOCCl It'loncy > iVidY .Q1XCI terests of Pittsburgh, a deal tnvolrlnB •>.
CLASSIFIED ADS •Came r°okiahoma! Now --a
Y 5 cants per line. y
| I 60 cinti per inch—12 lines to I
* ' No charge for signatures. Y
KIKE-YEAR OH, AND OAS LKAM
All Rentals Paid All Rental.* I qld
Located an the Brewstpr county lin >
and in the renter of operations fn Ter-
rell. Pecos* ajin Brpwsteu counHea
EIGHTY DOLLARS B.ITY.K 40 ACRFS
TOre for reservations and remit dire- '
from this a<L Pull particulars s^nt ot.
request. Title;* guaranteed by promiaent
lawyers in southwest.
V. H NEWELL
4 2 Sam Houston Bid*.' Paling Texas
TOR SAJpS— By own' r*n acres nro\-
en nil and gas lease. Located on si;ru -
ture. shallow drilling; underlaid with two
proven oij sand- and two deeper eyis
tands. Recently 7,500,000 «.ts we'I rif -
▼eloped on adjoining southwr t section.
Adjoins -ojl producing proper:y a north
end Addreqp Owner. P. O. Box 298. In-
TWO ten-aere oil and gas leasrs located
on thp big structure just nor.th of
Gotebo, Okla.. ujthin less than two miles
of the first location of the Garber-Enid
Oil Company. Prnv 110 per acre. Jamet;
8. Camp. Rocky. Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA OIL EASES
Leases in proven territory, most of
them with production adjoining lease,
shallow field?. Nowata. Washington coun-
ty. Oklahoma Also have four produ. i' e*
wells and eighty rfcr> near Bartlesville,
pell reasonable. Also sonic oil and a.t-
lessen in Montgomery county Kansas.
Write Daniel G Becbtel. Marshalltown.
FOR- LEASE in eastern Harrison do.,
Tfxas. near State line. Tlwent? seven
Hundred acres, In ftevi nteen tra tti ex- .
tending from Caddo T.ake to Ely, ian ,
Fields. Apply to Winston Brothers.
BROKERS AND SALESMEN
Does a NINE YEAR Lease with all
KENT ALB PAID in an axrtve t.ffitojv
—low price Anv -ize frarts Interest
vou? Dsop us a line and aet full details.
W# cooperate with our dealers and ex-
T. H. NEWELL COMPANY
ILL GIVE 8,000 acres lease in Smith
courtly for test well. H V. Blackwell,
BY GEORGE B. PARKER pan>\ II was directed to that concern's tag' us tc both conipantei th< Inter- '
The modern Aladdin halls from Tulsa branch. national being a producing, retlnins .<.
Oklahoma. Credit Obtained. _ and markftlng orBanlzation and the j.
And no longer does he have a mon Marland in the, smash up hack in Tropical n producing company. with Y
opolv on the lamp. . had turned all of his possessions out sufficient facilities for distribution f
Riches such as would make the in toward the settlement The Oil — |£
original Aladdin, by .comparison, seem Well Supply company felt kindly ahout
With each new subscription to the
WESTERN OIL DERRICK
ton the very verge of bankruptcy. are the way lie hud relinquished wha,'
10.00,1 acres LEASES AND 128.000 gathered In these latter days by th<* legally, he might have held. Accord-
shares of stock in $250,000 company: __
also so-aere trait on which well in drill- Sinclairs, the Condons. the Marland? ingly, the letter of crtflit. it pntiti
E2i*"d« ,o,hp'.rrty""nuf'doJS 'and the rest-wonder workers of the Marland to one string of drilling tools.
test well; new oil well supply ria -et up rjrpnt^Now 'n event he could find and capitalize
on location made b\ several geologist?;
near San Antonio. Bandera county
leases surrounded by leases Texas com-
pany. Umpire and Sun company, takes
lfi.000 cash to handle.
Field. Willis. Texas.
Big Oil Concession.
dispatch from Mexico says that
RES for teas, fnom nwnWlH '*=• W. Marland, of Ponca City, has
He landed in Kay county.
DAILY FLOW OF OIL J
IS 26,000 BARRRS
northwest Underwriters No. i been granted, through Carranza, one
miles from recent location; can -
of ttie largest
furnish geological report which shows
this to be on one of the greatest struc-
tures in West Texas. Mitchell countv.
Address Henry G. Dannelly. 1608 Main
St.. Dallas. Texas.
8HACKLEFORD COUNTY OIL LEASE
From 5 to JO-year lease, close to drill-
ing wells, at $3 to $5 per acre, in 40 to
J. L. CASTLEBERRY
HOUSTON, Texas. Aug 28.—Con-
tinuing to spout forth oil In enormous
hikes over that region finally brought quantities. Abrams well No. 1, located
the discovery of that structure which j, t|,p West Columbia district south of
now Is visible as a sort of trade mark n0UBt0n produced 28.18: barrels of olT
to the "South field." j) 24 hours.
At last he interested the Milleri The well brought in al 7:00
Brothers, of the 101 ranch, in a drill ]m^ ju|y 20 and since that time 781.-
Geological map. 36x36 inches, p-oduc-
inp districts, extension tests, names of
companies drilirng; paper $2. cloth $5,
geological formations colored $15.
oil concessions ever
given by the Mexican government.
Hie toni .-l n rmbr.u h I ^ project. The first Marland well ip'gnT barrels of oil have been saved
strip o an a ong e Oklahoma was put down behind th*1 This is an average of slightly more
Gulf o Ca ornia. 0ld ranch house. than 26.000 barrels per day. When the
This branching out of Marland lnt0| |( wou|d make thr ,tory bett,r „ , welJ (smp )n „ ^ ,.ppnrtort as a
international oil operation is the be could" saj. ,hi,t he hit oil the first time 25,000 barrel gusher, but according to
but he didn't. this report It has overtopped the first
After about four attempts In various gjn^ate.
Some time ago 1 told the story of ^a:r county locations, the first real oil
Harry Sinclair and of his rise from we„ w>g ,]iscovered.
poverty to immense wealth in less. An() E w Marland had started his
come-back—his second come-ba#k.
A largj' wall' map of the Texas and Oklahoma oil fields
ha? been prepared b> the Western Oil Derrick, and a copy of
this map will be sent to each neu subscriber who remits $2.50
for a one'vear subscription to this paper. The tT\pp is a very
handsome uiic in colors, shows the different oil fields of Okla-
homa and Tcx-as, has charts showing the different formations ; ;
in colors, and is a valuable possession for any one who is
interested in the development of the crude oil industry.
•*V USE THIS BLANK. PLEASE SEND CHECK.
DO NOT SEND CASH. ' '
ginning of another thrilling chapter in
the Book of Modern Magic.
th^n 10 years.
The personal story of E. TV. Marland
t) me is more interesting even thanj
hat of Sinclair -simply because Mar-,
He will be 47 next May.
back" while Sinclair's doesn't.
E. W. Marland was a millionaire
tension tests, drainap**, railroad*
cities, etc . blue print paper $1" white
paper $12.50, whitr cloth *22.50; any
quarter of state, Oklahoma City as cen- cnce. Then he lost It all
tcr, paper .50. cloth $8.00. he's a millionaire again-a
POOR FRENCH BOY
BY OKLAHOMA OIL
Western Oil Derrick, Circulation Department.
336 Hucklna Estate Building,
Oklahoma Clt7, Okla ,
Tlease find enclosed check for $2 SO In payment of one of th«
handsome wall maps of, the oil ileljls of Texas and qjilaiioma
and'one year subscription to the Western Oil Derrick, the literary
digest of oil publications. Very truly'yours.
WELL IS DEEPENED
AND FLOWS BIGGER \
"I'm always curious to know whether
Geological map. 3|x36 fnchos; jyoduc- millionaire.
inp districts, extension tests, names of
compf.nies drilling, paper $2, cloth $5, i m 01 naja wui w j
EBologtcal formation; in colors 115.00. .g man of your weaith ever knew
L 0 uJMAN A
38xj0 Inches, producinc districts, fx- poverty," I asked him once.
tension tests, names of companies drill-
inir. depth of sands, etc.; paper $3.50. 1 The question biought forth
cloth $7.50. story:
NEW MEXICO .
22x24 inches, location*'of tests, namos j Once Knew Poverty.
of companies, coal areqs. asphalt beds.
etc.; paper 12.oo.rcloth^4^oo. £)0 j know poverty?" he replied
hes, producing districts, e*- "I most certainly do poverty of the cjjatea^ outside of Paris,
ts. names of companies drill- hardest kind, the poverty of pride. j ThosP ,,rp highspots
"1 know what it is to walk 10 miles
ARDMORE, Okla.. Aug. 28.—Carter
Oil company's well on the Hamilton
farm, in section - 23-4s-2w, has beeu
deepened, and has increased its pro-
duction by 150 barrels, making the
total being produced by this well more
than 400 barrels. This wpII originally
was drilled to 2.225 feet, and after
reaching a depth of fourteen feet in
tl\e pay sand, produced 250 barrels.
It now is about 51 feet in the pay
sand, and is still drilling in it.
Advertisers are Invited to use th4
classified coluranB. They reach thou*
sands of readere and the cost Is siaty
cents an inch. ,
ing: blue print only, paper 52. cloth $4.
! TUI.SA, Okla., Aug. 28— Eugene
his Constant in left Trance when he was
,18, and caine to America in the steer-
f-ije went hack the other day In a
statiiconi pnd bought a magniflc" *
k.,n:-.is City. .Sio.
Box 700 Dallas. Tolas ' r'VITED STATES "I know what It Is to walk 10 miles Ther. „.a. another about half-way
ARftlER *KTT H.v rommerctai <9*7« Inche*. Oil and gas ficias and I . . carfare and then to teli *a n°lner-
l,a.. on -f" n-rei in «oathea«ter.i in nip- lines m colors, paper only $2 o. day to save carrari . ann ncn 10 ten hetween>
closs to Shallow oroducHon vvill yn^for ^COTtntj^and dutrlct maps, activ. (laid* my friends that 1 did it for the exer- j Hn had hea(led straight for Louisi-
, LIXPS^Y M,vp COMPANY ^ise. 'ana a(ter he landed in America. Money
OklahimaTtv" Ok?.'.' I "*Vo 90 ca,""i ,ahorlnE man "T8r comes har/t for a y^uth in a strange
pa ioimirnv inn cunni ire Roe" thr°"gh "he a""Ute <5Te P0V<"" but he was Industrious. First
MACHINERY AND oUFl LILo <y that the man does wh0 has bPen he made barrel staves, anil then had
t ■, . i well-to-do and who has gone broke. aatabUah*d a small factory From
1 h'a 't0m;c* eV'Z "3 thai he had stepped to the shipping
Machine Company, 109-13 West 18th St.. for a clean collar. And a laboring ^UBjnegB and operated boats on the
• man does not do that." Mississippi river.
j Panics played a fata! part In the < ^ sugar venture came next, and
'financial history of the Marland fam- (hp f]ood wlped hlm out
lly. 1 After that he came to Oklahoma
| Alfred Marland, father of E. \\ , prom a jjttlj? one-story refinerj-. his
was wealthy The home was in Pitts; bugln(>R(1 bnd Rr0WT1 un,„ today it is
burgh. The fortune had been made In valued at $12,000,000.
I iron and steel. ! T .
' E. W. therefore was distinctly of
the rich man's son class when he T\fnJ
to University of Michigan as a law
He was still a rich man's son in
If looking forMRood°rtrlllhI ? wild oat acrr when he got out of college.
slo l have clients that have acreage anri ; nut 1893 was the year of th^ great
ef\Sh at $11 per t«r« Address
P. O. Box 16§n. Dallas
Practice I lv 35 per rent of people eimbio
on investments. However that's
buBinMS—selljnit oil leases is our husl-
covyitie? Texns JTv no ,to'r arr« . block
fiess 22.00ft per m fourteen d;ff^rv^nt
of five acres tin 35 per cent to sales-
men $100 to $300 nc wopk doad ®«sy.
FEDERAL OIL SALES COMPANY
1103 Comp^erco BI^k.. Kanr is Pit v. Mo.
YOUR BEST BET NOW
Mississippi Leasf" Buy while cheatp.
TTa offer you small tracts at 50c per
"re. near 4 well? under w;iv Good
Ccdofry Remit through Lxchange Na-
tional Bank h*n
MAROWITZ * CO.,
Office, Inn Hotel.
STirevoj ort. La.
FOfl SAI^E—Two Star machines and
.S.000 feet new 6 5-8-inch Wheeling 20-
lh casinsr. Also soni^ choice close in
> v :\Ke in Duncan field. Hav - several
diillitiB propositions to right partiec. Call,
wire or write. Quy J. Stumpff, operator,
FCR SALE—Oil opportunity. 2fi97 acres* puncan, Okla.
of oil l- iso.- Mid-FIeast Louisiana
Close to Mississippi state
tl'ant good loar :n Knivj.il> «">klahojna
pr T^xas fifljl both for inv< -iment ..nd
r*sal'- Leaseholders. 'ti description's
cf your offerincs ^"o l.i lsi like to
lear frr>m reliable promoter. L. >.
*A'«tht. Lamoni, Iowa, L-cntur County.
Oil Field NVw fid-form
5 year oil and gas least*.-', fi o n lr rid
owner, located N E corner Hudspeth
county. N V ..f Tnvah oil fi.o 1 ivi . *r
K««' Mexico line uy nit -. of dcen test in
tracts ll-il-i#? a eras each it 120,00 pet !
tract or « tracts for $100 .-ash with order.
O. B Hoover, 811 Amicable Bide Wao.
VBW M" • i &ch SI tract! of
lfiO acpej; each in T.ea i nd Eddy comi-
ties. Placer oil claims filed and r< • "-d-
ed under old r placer .'dm .i^s ho-
for# passage Of th.' new 1*. H Mineral
Leasing law Located east and south-
jeast of Carlsbod in vici nit \ if to t wells.
TDon't miss th - opportunity. Send me
the cash nnd I «ill send you dood to
claim, original filing papers nnd map I
am offering at thi- price because
MURRAY*THE OEOLOQIST, panic and before it closed. Alfred Mar-
Box 493 Ardmore. Okla. jan(j been wiped out.
1 1 '■ - 1 " | E. W. opened a law office in Pitts-
burgh. It was during thf years that
followed that he knew his most acute
FOR SALE—Pipe Machine. _ Williams, 'poverty. He was the support
$90,000 IS MADE
OF $300 IN LEASES
DG8DBMONA, Tfxus. Auk. 28.— Not • I
only achqols. hut school leather*, have;
fattened on Texas oil leases. As II _
DO lustrallon. A L. Steele, tea'rher in th"
,, . M „ rural district school on the outskirts of
Meets Oil Men. ,, . ...
- . Desdcmona is cited. He sold out his
H s law practice Bradually brouRht
Bv 1897 rart 0 a * P 90,000.
This pedagogue picked UP his lease
O. B. Hoover. 811 Amicable ; t
Inland Supply Co., Danville, 111.
WF; Woi'LD like to correspond witl
reputable brokers and salesmen in re
gard t< handling our nine year leasi
ami -vndi.-.ii, h. V. H. Newell Co.. Box 700 h|m cont ct with oil men
Dallas. Texaa. i , , ., , , i ims ii«u*bubuo
WHY no, devplon your hallo oil. at he was (jjore In the oil business han ^ discovery well in Ihe
the present prjce.s it pais big. If you wa<; jn jaw i
have ; shallow oil sand, that has never _ ' . . . Comanche field came in. r*"
beep dev« lopeil, writo ijnfully in regard i By 190< he had accumulated a for
ill do your drilling, and if
1 will take'rharRo of production.
and if necessary would take part pa>
from oil produced, new machine, quick
work. Write 01 wire \v r. Cox. driller In that year he made two big ven
and 1 Tturai ioi._Moian. Texas,
une that put him in the millionaire
McMTLLEN. JUM WELLS
S AND DUVAL
*aid to be best "on
Texas from h geologii
Irilling below ' 1 fg. •
ern Jim Wells
i-ell in sourh
Teg inte? evt«f one
ract. backed by Ma
strongest orgnnisii'ions opernting in(! ologi
Texas Acreage 10 acres up. 3-t mile . j,|, ,-opj
out' $20 to $: .1 re.
Artex well of Robert Oi!bre; H .tnd ; s-
«oriatPF drilling '■ centi Sout • Mi
Mullen. ChicaKo inter'- 1 ar a
second deep tost Southwi >t i n McMulien.
arr^Hgf- betu'-en these ten '.<■ IP
at J2.S0 m $ .I .i, ' thcr<ui r 11^11
why am I am offe is should
not reT'h $10<> acre or more if ■ kind
of production ur 'd. y-'i p'.i * Mr ira«i«
to mak mon< 1 nu < in'1 mon- v
on acreage unlr surround acre Is
developed to eliminat< ;< • m-mv of the
chanct r of loss - possible, get tip :igainst
these boni fide drilling
QI'It'K and lucrativ*- rettirns on conser
vu> \e oil development tyu g binger di.-
\ idendt in a shorter time th.in any
known industry. Buy Texas Drilling ■ 'o.
of Wellington. Texas. Speculation with-
out risk. Write Texas Drilling Co.. Wei
I lir.gton. Texas Big mom v
Pav part now balance later.
Itures. One was a $300,000 Wyoming
mining deal with T. N. Barnsdall,
Another was in the construction ofj
a natural gas pipe line from a West
in drilling Virginia field to East Liverpool. Ohio
t'«rod dollars was the price paid, but a,;
fow days later ho suffered a ohange,
of heart and hurried over to Eastland
to persuade some of his friends to
ishare the investment. As a result he
had less than $100 tied up in the tract
when thr Duke well gushed o|l clearl-
nv< r the derrick one midnight.
—the purpose being to furnish tho
Sol 'TH TEXAS The coming big- oil; . . -
field, ij- tlie opinion of oil men and ce- potteries there with Iuel
If Int.-rested > rid for free nam- Th ])ne ,.R8 completed early 111
j pie cop\. independent publication. Texas;
I Oil R porter^ Sa;i Antonio. Texas _ 'October, 1907.
notice TO oil orERATORS. | About the day after the Job was
finished the banks quit paying cash
of the and another great panic was on.
The pipe lin® and the mining yen
da I re
neoensar". 10 • •
undertaking1. 1"p hk
these you have ;i i'Ii^ r
w*hat you are JooUn f'
riay the gam. .lotig
naas line.® and law ««f
* — v.
WHY DRILL DRY HOLES
At Hie present time statistics show-
over S" percent of wells drilled in the
state Of Tpxas dry. 20 per
wells drilled that nhow oil do not pay out. I
We ran save you the embarrassment
of , dr\ hole We will examine your ture went up the flue, and E. W. Mar
:;;iTrrtnot"nd "" >"'U M",h'r >'0U haV" broke -again
lu nu mber we will not say you may or j when Marland came to Oklahom :
•"i'.'i locat. ;hem"ov! r thf mi" not n In 1908 he traveled on borrowed monoY. ed a subsidiary of the Standard Oil ;*|
■ Vha'i!ow*or' de«"p oil'or*boU?.U " y°U j His one visible business asset was company of New Jersey, and the
Th* oil busines is entering the scien 8 jpftpr from the Oil Well Supply com- Tropical Oil company, contnollod b'
ti: t at' ^V' ft° 1,01 care how many 1 —
dr \ holes there if if there is a lend we I
will find it. There is no guess work but
a positive fact.
2 BIG COMPANIES
NEW YORK, Aug. 2S—Official an-
nouneement of thf roncluslon of ne-j
collation* for the mprger of the- In
ternational F etroleum eompany, limit
,* «N *♦ «! ♦!♦ *** *** ♦** * * *♦*
ff \OU ill-
of an investnv
Hillsboro, T. \i.
come out .
m .^ing th
rite me. E.
nd business To an\ person or com-
\« ishing gof^J oil lauds in the atnt«
xns to drill. will gladly furnish
fo[ the cost of leasing and a small
i • ♦
at TOYAH may bring you financial independence.
Remember what happened at Bt'RK-
nwiiere cashed in big by buying ahend
lepeat itself at TOYAH. the
.''ed at TOYAH. "0 to <*T> feet.
A shallow le
Are fou goirs to be too
BURNETT and KAXCKR
Of the drills. History, it ^ems. is about to
-onder field of oildom. l ubricating Oil. pr-.d
uer barrel Today, right now. there are ntnetx-
\ in Rerves County in their mad r u e for the precious
r •• ;ulP tinin for s^le at. 115000 each, located in
•ublic 8' 11'■><■>! 1 .and. in the heart of TOYAH'S shallow
rounded bv producing^ and drillinK «•' Us, In fact two
Mod os THIS SECTION by TOYAH RK1.I. ^l. 1 n
West, one to thri
with a 1
odd drills pounding a\
fluid We ha\< a f
Section 1". Block
field Our lease is s
wells are 'now being d
Nf> 2 and the 1 ^xa
' milts of-our hoidisgs The TOTAH PASIN
.will Jiksly startli the world and no
that *111 create'a new high level in
Acreage For Sale
We Have a large acreage in the oil-producing
section of Kentucky for sale, price ranging from $4
per acre up to $25. This acreage has offset pro-
ducing wells and some of it has producing wells
on it. Oil is found in shallow sand ranging from
200 feet to 600 feet.
OF COMMKRB ha
on the pumps imm
at $160 f (i each
•^an^ble lor lease.
order to us TODAY t«
you iftn possible handle.
Fort Worth Club Building
Fort Worth. Text:
Western Oil Derrick
Oklahoma City. Okla.
Petroleum Investment Trust
"GOING OVER THE TOP"
J. E. POPE, Trustee
Final Ifcitoh of First
Series I nits Selling
Now at ONE DOLLAR
Price of Next Series
Will Be SI.50 Without
Wr now own approximately 6,000 acres w eli Selected Oil and Gas Lease, ctieckerbo^pd
ST^lTaTrEN THOUSAND'SeK Tit i"'to'or'almost surrounded
by production or intensive drilling campaigns future would
*e r;:™«t 0^
isssss:! ^tsa^A «a ^,
inveftors in the PETROLEUM INVESTMENT TRUST. — -
Personally, I Don't Sec How We Can Keep
From (iettinfc Rich in I his
ci-inn n OT'R PRFSFN'T HOLDINGS A.D VANCE TO A PRICE OF ONLY $100 PER
n .in, I,..,.. nnH let the other fellows do most>of the drilling for oil around us.
1 "I plan 'in own'extenM.e Acreage. Production, fipe Lines ?nd Refi^
• TRFMKVDOl 'S PROFITS I want to build this Trust into one ot tnc
MAXEnTgIANlf in thf rcx's O,, I ndu.try, and to make each investor rich in relat.oa
to the amount he or she invests with me,
I Am Determined to Make a Million
Dollars This Year
Mv plan is half the profits to me and half to you (FIFTY-FIFTY). Units of first
serie< ,,, about pone, and until they arc exhausted will continue t°'!sue.the"^ f^
no I I \K !■ \( H, lace value. But it i- not'n ght for the late comer to get in on the^same
basis as the early'investor, therefore, when the pre ent Series of Lruts are exhaust^l th«
price will be $1.50 per Unit, same as you l?uy now for $l.UO.
PRICE OF 81 UNITS TO ADVANCE
TO $ 1.50 WITHOUT NOTICE
Fiiwt come, first wrved-those who are t oo late will hare all money refun<,"|- /
\:x-, ■ tz. r. v ■ ■■™
rzmzzzt v A'nSgrow*
M I IW'I- - I CRS As fast as money comes in additional properties wiU be bought up
and held for price increase, in an effort to ma ke big money for you, m which I will share
half the profits. ,
Profit* will be paid mpnthly as earned an d collected. Thi* Tru* is operated on
GOLDEN RULE basis, with J. E. Pope t" remain the sole Trustee, with full discretionary
powers of administration.
Send what you can today. Ipvest fmn, SI 0 to $1,000 in something that is ENTIRELY
FFKKK'M from compami cllmg > I < H K The investing public ha, had very .few
open and HONEST opportunities to share1#qually in Texas Oil Investments, but in this
you do have. IT IS NOT OIL STOCK.
How much can yo, spnr, no • ? Send it right in. ALL THAT VOU CAN. Tf after
receiving Certificate and full details you ua«t our money back, just say so and I w
refund everv dollar withmit delay and «ill not isV >'oa a question I predict you wUl
want MORE UNITS, not a refund, but lefund will be rnjide promptly if you but ask.
within five days after receiving your certificate.
ADDRESS WITH REMITTANCE
J. E. POPE, Trustee
1202Vs Main Street, Suite 700
Fort Worth, Texas.
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