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My "LIFE METHOD
Is not for those alone who suffer from specific ailments. You may be free from disease, yet may be weak physically. You may lack energy and vigor. You may need more mental strength.
By the Life Method every muscle in thebiidy is exercised —but not over-exercised.
In this my system is unlike certain systems of physical culture which overdevelop some muscles or which overtax vital organs, giving only temporary strength or building up one portion of the body at the expense of the rest.
Through following my directions you secure alt-round development and honest development.
Any muscle or part that is specially lacking in development or growth—and this I determine from your diagnosis blank—is given particular attention in my personal instructions.
The results from this course are truly remarkable. The chest measurement is increased 2 to ti inches in from 4 to 6 weeks; shoulder measurement 2 to fi inches; biceps M to 2y2 inches.
Fat, flabby ahdomens are reduced 3 to 6 inches.
The weight of thin persons is increased from 2 to 50 pounds.
IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE OVER
My physical exercises bring into play certain vital muscles that ordinarily are neglected. I teach you how to gain control of these "involuntary" muscles, and then you can exercise them at will.
The action of this set of innerworking muscles secures more effective work also from certain nerves, arteries and veins that, through sedentary habits or unnatural living, frequently become mrire or less dormant and even totally collapsed.
These debilitated or disced nerves are revitalized and recharged with eltc rical nerve-tnergy; and the sluggish flow of blood in the veins and arteries is rhaneed to an active circulation. MAKING YOU TINOLE AND PULSATE ALL OVER WITH NEW LIFE AND ••FIRE."
By building up the inner ?elf in this manner, you secure results that are impossible through any other method.
GIVES THE KEY TO HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
Hut my instructions do not end with the physical exercises. I hive not space for further explanation, but I will sav that if you follow my directions you will not only be able to keep yourself free from disease and to become stronger physi:ally, but you will gain mental strength also. Your brain action will be quickened; your eyes become more lustrous, your skin clearer, your gait more elastic; vou will secure in> reascd sexual power and experience a sensation of general buoyancy which nothing can take away frorn you.
I know that to obtain perfect physical and mental heilthand strength, and the greatest degree of vigor and vitality, energy and life force, is to secure complete mastery over yourself, to mtke you a King among men or a Queen am 'ng women, and to make you the "happiest person in all the world."
My system of self-treatment is taken in your own home, and requires but a few minutes' time daily. Send stamp f ir Pamphlet, Diagnosis Blank, Endorsements, etc. Address, in confidence:
BEFORE A MAN INVESTS IN OIL
that Is, the man who Is posted—he wants to know
several things: Where the property Is—whether or not It Is In
a producing district.
Whether or not the company actually owns the property, or whether the land Is merely leased or held by option
Whether the company owns sufficient land to ennlile It to bore wells should one well run dry.
Whether the company Is equipped with proper boring machinery, and whether the men In charge of the drilling are experienced and competent, and whether they are actually at work— or whether It will be necessary to wait a year or two or more before the manufacturers will be able to fill an order for drilling machinery.
Whether the officers and directors of the company are successful and substantial business men, or whether they are merely promoters or "schemers."
Whether the company's property Is accessible by rail or water. The
BEAUMONT GEYSER OIL COMPANY
of Beaumont, Tex., has every element of success In Its favor. The more one looks Into the proposition here offered the more he will be convinced as to the truth of this statement.
PRODUCING WELLS ALL AROUND.
He will find that the holdings of this company are In the heart of the Beaumont oil district, that oil has been struck on adjoining property, that the land Is but a short dlstanee from the great Lucas Gusher on Spindle Top Heights, and that It Is on a direct line between twenty producing wells and the oil pool In the Gulf of Mexico to the south. That oil Is actually seeping up on the surface In a number of places on the land of this company, and that all the maps made by geologists (previous to the striking of the first Texas gusherl show the greatest oil Indications right on the Beaumont Geyser Oil Co.'s property.
OWNS 2,900 ACRES.
Investigation will show that the Beaumont Geyser Oil Co OWNS In fee simple title 2,900 acres out of what Is known as the Hlllebrand and Corzlne Leagues, Just below the present Beaumont gushers. That the land Is entirely paid for and Is free from all Incumbrance.
Copious supplies of oil will doubtless be found wherever wells are sunk on this land, and the quantity will he practically limitless—compare! at least with that of companies digging on small plots of ground of from 1-16 of an acre in area up.
OWNS BEST WELL MACHINERY.
The first well Is now being sunk on the prop erty of the Beaumont Geyser Oil Co. At the present writing the well Is down about 400 feet. Gushers have been struck at an average depth of 1.200 feet. The machinery here used if "rigged up", to bore 2,000 feet deep, and It capable of going down still deeper: It Is the product of the American Well Works, of Aurora II! , and Is considered by experts the best dm ing machinery made. UNEXCELLED TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
No property In this section Is better situated as to transportation facilities. The Hlllebrand river, which bounds the land on the east, and which leads to the Gulf of Mexico, Is navigable up to the pumping station And the Gulf & Interstate railroad, which touches the northwest corner, connects with eight Important lines, affording direct connections with the leading oil markets.
LARGE INCOME FROM RICE ALSO.
The whole of this 2.900 acres is the best of rice land. Nearly $50,000 has been spent In developing this feature alone, 1,000 acres are now planted with rice. Next year about 2.1500 acres will be planted The crop should yield an average of not less than $30 an acre net. This fund alone will enable the company to pay 7% per cent dividend on the par value of the stock. So, even leaving the oil featnre out of consideration, stock In the Beaumont Geyser Oil Co.
must be considered a positively safe Investment.
There Is absolutely
NO CHANCE OF LOSING.
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY. The officers of the Beanmont Geyaer Oil Co.
President—W. S. Goodell, capitalist, Dei Moines, Iowa.
Vice-President—T. M. Richardson, wholesale lumberman, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Second Vice-President—L. W. Campbell, general attorney for the Texas Central railroad, Waco, Tex.
Secretary—F. W. Smith, president Meadowbrook Cotton Mills, Houston, Tex
Treasurer—W. W. Blocum, capitalist and real estate dealer, Des Moines, Iowa. MEN OF JUDGMENT AND MONEY.
Attention Is here called to the fact that most of the stock of this company has been sold to bankers and merchants In the Immediate vicinity of Beaumont, who are fully acquainted with the oil proposition In general and with the proposition of the Beaumont Geyser Oil Co. The first man to buy stock. In fact. Is a resident of Beaumont—Mr. J. F. Weed, chief engineer G. B. & K. C. R. R. His purchase was 1,000 shares. Another Beaumont stockholder Is W 8. Davidson, president First National Bank, his Interest being 65,000 shares. Among other large shareholders In this section are: J. I. Campbell, of Houston, Texas, wholesale lumberman and banker, 25.000 shares; C. F. Smith, cashier First National Bank at McGregor, Tex., 25,000 shares; Webb & Hill, Albany, Tex., bankers and merchants, 27,000 shares.
This Is the first time stock of the Beaumont Geyser OH Co. Is offered for sale In the Northern market.
FACTS, NOT FAIRY TALES.
It is not considered necessary to call attention here to the fortunes that have recently been made in oil investments of this kind, or to make any wild or extravagant claims for the proposition here presented. We prefer to simplv state the facts, and then let you decide for voursell whether stock in this company will be a profitable investment for you.
The Beaumont Geyser Oil Company's proposition is one that appeals to business men.
EXPERT BEATTY'S OPINION.
Following Is an extract from a letter by D. R. Rr-aUy to an Inquirer In regard to the lands and stock of this company. Mr. Beatty, as Is well known, Is considered authority on all that pertains to the Beaumont oil fields. He sold one well for $1,250,000. and made stock of bis Texas Western OH Co. go up to $5 a share. He writes , i the Beanmont Geyser Oil Co.: INDORSES COMPANY AND PROPOSITION.
1 know their holdings very well, Indeed, and '.an assure you that they have one of the stronger "ompanles In this field and one of the best properties In the Beaumont district. They also havi a very fine rice plantation, and It Is the opinion of the best posted oil men here at the present time that the oil from Spindle Top runs In a southwesterly direction. Should this be true, they have one of the biggest propositions and one of the strongest companies In this locality. From what I know of the men connected with this company and the holdings they own I would not hesitate In recommending their stock to my best friends."
75 CENTS A SHARE-NOW.
A limited amount of the Beaumont Geyser Oil Co.'s treasury stock can be had NOW at 75 cents per share (par value $1l.
When oil Is struck the price will doubtless go up to at least $5 a share, and more likely to $10 or $15.
Certificates will not be Issued for less than ten shares. Make checks payable to Brown & Snyder, agents.
BROWN & SNYDER, SOLE SELLING AGENTS.
BEAUMONT GEYSER OIL CO.
FIFTH FLOOR STOCK EXCHANGE BUILD-