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vwNma-BPLL)Tm.BONOLPLP, t.' h.. Monday, jan: h: ifti...!.'Li:;..f,:tI. '
Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table S.S. Alameda
The steamers of this line will nrrive and leave this port at hereunder:
Leave S. F, Arrive Hon. Leave Hon. Arrive S, F.
. JAN. Z2 JAN. 28 JAN. 12 JAN. 18
Till!. 2 FEU. 8
'Connects nt Honolulu with C A. Line, leaving Honolulu (or Aus
tralia Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 days,
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd:
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Steamers of the above Cutniinlilt.M will Call at HONOLULU
this 1'oit on ir about tlio Dates mentioned beow,:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For
CHIYO MAHU .
MONGOLIA . . .
TKNYO MAItU .
. . . KKli.
Tor further Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamsia rf the abova line r'unnli.a In connection with the CANAD.
IAN PACIF-IC RAILWAY CO. betvism Vancouver, B. ., and Sydney, N.
S. W., and calllnn at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fill, and Bris
bane, arn DUE AT HONOLULU on
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:-
MOANA f.VF.U. 6
MAKUHA ...'. KEII. 25
MA1TAI MAR. 21
Through Tickets Utued from
Europe. For Frieaht and Passage
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
Matson Navigation Company
SCHEDULE, J 9 JO
.1..UIT. BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
S. S. Hilonian Jan 19
S. S. Lurline Feb 9
S. S. Wilhelmina.... Feb. 16
S. S. Lurline .' March 9
S. S. Wilhelmina March 18
S. S. Lurline...... v..... April 0
For inrthcr particulars, apply
nrtucr particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu
. ,ikllM AMERipAN-HAWAHAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu via Tehunntepcc every sixth day. Freight
received at nil times at the' Company's wharf, 41t Street, South
FROM SAN FRANCISCO, TO HONOLULU:
S. ?. ALASKAN, via Piiiret Sound, to sail JAN. 30. 16 davs in .transit
S. S. ARIZONAN, via Pup;et Sound,
o. o. niivnutin, uircci, 10 sun ilo. j, i uj iu uiu.
S. S. VIRGINIAN, via Puget Sound.'to sail FEB. 23, 16 days in transit
TROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. COLUMBIAN, to sail .. JAN. 26
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail.....,..-...-. FEB. 7
S. S. ARIZONAN. to sail FEB. 19
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT:
S. S. NEVADAN carrvinir nassencers to sail JAN. 29
For further information apply to ,H.' HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
. C. -P. MORSE. General Freight Agent.
HUSTACE - PECK m. LTD
63 QUEEN STREET
"- Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Tetming, Rd Building,
Excavating, Filling. V ' . :
Reliable Supervision .,
Firewood. Coal. Waianae Sand For Salt.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlaa Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agericy.
Providence Washjngton Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALU DLDG.
la not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Out you Must have the BEST
and that la provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co,.
Of DOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS j
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address' I
Castle fy Cooke,
HONOLULU,. T. H.
Co. & TOYO RISEN KAISHA
31 CIIIYO MAUI?
22 TENYO MAHU ...,
Co., Ltd,' Agents
or about the datea below atated, viz.:
MAKRRA KRR. 1
MAITAI ; KEU. U
MARAMA MAR. 14
Honolulu to Canada United Statea and
and all aeneral Information, apply to
LTD.. GENERAL AOENTS.
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline Jan. 18
S. S. Hilonian Jan. 25
S. S. Lurline Feb. IS
S. S. Wilhelmina Feb. 24
S. S. Lurline March IS
S. S. Wilhelmina ,.. March 20
S. S. Lurline April 12
to sail FEB. 11, 18 days in transit
For Walonaej Walalua, Kahuku and
Way 8tntlonn 'Oil a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill uud Way
Stations f7:30 a. m., p:15 a. m.,
W.K a. pi., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m..
C: J5 p. m 19:30 p. m., tllsOO p. m.
Kor Wahlowu '9;15 a. m. ud
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walulua and Waianae 0:30 a. in.,
5:31 p. m. "
Arrive !:i Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and 1'cnrl City t7MC a. m.. :U
a. ro., M0:38 a. m., J:40.p. m.,
4:31 p. m., '5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wniilawa
8:3C a, m, and 5:3 p. in
t Ex. Sunday,
t Sunday Only.
Tlio Ilalelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only llrst-class tlckcts'luinnrtid),
lenvea Honolulu every Sunday nt 8:22
h. ni,; returning, arilveB In Honolulu'
nt 10:10 p.. m. Tlio Limited storm
rxjly at Peas! Cltj and Walinae.
O. P. D!(IBpff K C. 8MIT1J
HTAIIUHXD 01 ISM.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers'' Letters! of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Ltd., London. -
Correspondents for the
American Exrjres's Com
pany and THqs. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term, and Savings Bank
C aus bpreckels & Co.
Claus Spreckejs. " w- - ,r.wln
Honolulu; : : : t. h.
8an Francisco Agents Tho Nfr
vada National Hank ot San Krauclsco.
Draw Exchange on thti Nuvadu Nu
tlonal Dank of San I'rcnclsoo.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Cora Kxrlmnxo National
Paris Credit Lyounals.
Hongkong and Yokohama llong-koiig-SbutiKhal
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand' and Haute of Austra
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North Amortcd.
Deposits Ifcelvcd. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' .Crodlts Issued! Hills of
Exchango bought and sold.'
Collections -Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie '
Capital (Paid up).. Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund . '. . . .Yen 16,840,000
HEAD OJTICE. YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receives for, col
lsction bills of exchan(;e, issues
Drafts and Letters' of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business:
The Bank receives Local Deposits
anJ Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
riods. Local Deposits $23 and unwards
for one year at rate of. 47 per' an
num. " '
' Head Office Deposits, Yen 25 and
upwards for one-half year, one year,
two yean, or three years p.t' rate of
4A per annum.
Particulars" to bs obtained on ap
Honolulu Office 07, S, King Street.
P. 0. Box'168. V
M. tTQKIEDA. Kanagtr
AND TRUST GO;;,
OP HAWAII, LTD. ,
8UB8CR1EED CAPITAL ..$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.00
Preslda.it '. Cecil Brown
Vice, president, M. P. Robinson
Cashier .L. T. Peck
Office: Corner fHiand King Sts.
SAVINGS DEpte)TMacelvad and
interest allowed iK'-osMr deposits
at the ratp of 4V4,pt oontvcpr annum.
Rules und, regulations, furilsbed uji
on application, ) V i
The best, protection-gainst the
rainy days of. life'is'a
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
Will do it
" ' ' THE ' ' " ' 1"
Chass R. Frazier
iTione 3Zl. 122 King St.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P, Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander . '
...S Vice Ps.
J. P. Cooke. . ....J.
Third -VT' r - - inajrer '
J. Water'-j "" V1V i.nrer
E. E. Paton T
J. R. Gait . ,. Oir ,
W. R. Castle.., 'etc '
SU8AR FACfUl .
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company. .
Maui Agricultural Company,.
Hawaiian. Suear Comoany.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPINO.AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
" ' and
GENERAL' INSURANCE AOENTS
' . fr representinR ,
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co. i." ' "
' Walmea Suear Mill Co?
Apokaa Sugar Co.. Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St Louis
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock A Wilson Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
'March Steam Pumps
Irltison Navigation Co. ,
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C. Brewer .& Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. K.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
8ugar Co'., Hotiofnu Sugar Co., Wal-
luku 8Ugar Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co.,
Kapapala Ranch, Themas Pineapple
LI8T OF OFFICER8J
E. F. Bishop, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Man
ager; W. W. North, (Treasurer and
Secretary; Qeo. R, Carter, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. H. Cooke, J. R. Call and
R. A. Cooke, Directors.
C. Biewer c& Co., Ltd.
AGENTS TOR THE
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool Eng.
Commercial Union ' Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London. England!
Scottish Union & National Ins. !o.
of Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., Ltd.
The London Assurance Corporation.
Caledonian Insurance Co. '
Teirito.riai Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldf.
of the Season
1909-- 19 10
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
' ' "
OF ALL KTNDI.
ALLEN 4 KOBIISOir.
lattn Street" '";;' ii '"rT'IonolpJ
Honolulu, T.H., January 18, 1910.
BR IT flBSOIA'ED by.ljie loanl ut
Supervlsora of the Clty and County
of Honolulu, Territory ot Hawaii, ttat
tho spin ot K1UHT HUNDRED
($80d.00) DOLtAttS 6o and the same
Is hereby aTiproprla'tcd out of the (Gen
eral Kund for the imrch'ase of e team
of horses for the Hbnoftilu Hre 'DeJ
J',reented by Supervisor"
' ' Wll.LIAJL-A KANK.X-
The foregoltig resolution wasmat u
rcunlnr meeting of the Hoard of Su
ierlsors of the City apd County of
Honolulu held on TJpsilay, January
18, 1910, ordered passed to pilot on
ino following voto nt flip said IsoarcK
,Ay.e; Ahlo, Aylelt, Cox Kn,ne,
l.()(5an. McCloltnn. t4lnn. Total, 7.
jnocb: is one.
D. KALAUOKALANI, Jr.,
.Clerk, City and Cmmty of Honolulu.
.4&23. Jan. 21, 22, 24. 25, 2C.
Any person or persons connecting
with, breuklng Into or tnmuerlnt,'
with the public ntjwers without per-
mituion trom the Buperlntcndent ot
Public Works or his duly authorized
agent will be prosecuted to the .full
extent of law. '
Superintendent of Public W.orksl
Department of I'ublc Works, Jan
uary 21, 1910. ' 4fi24-3t
The opening of bids for the laying
of the 6-Inch. C-inch. 4-Inch. 3-Inch
and IVi-lucu gdivnn'lzeil jilpe for
v.Jl ..l...ll. I." t! .. A
ivuiu iiificiiiii) nun tu?vil jifiniiHiiiru
until 12 in. of Thursday, February
JO, 1910. ' , ' "
8iiperliitcident of Public Works.
Ppblic Works Department, Janu
ary lp, 1.910. - 4522-3t
In accordance with the provisions
of he mortgago or deed of trust dated
August 1st, 1900, executed by the
Olaa Sugar Company, Limited, to lllxli
op & Company, Hankers, and of the
bonds secured by said mortgago or
deed of trust: ' '
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, That
all said bonds will bo redeemed on
the fl'rat day' of February, 910, by the
Olaa Sugar Company Limited, at thot'.V .. .V ,. ,y. . .nl-y
banking house of Dlshop 4 Company, ry.U1tsl',e,,he "wa lan W V'ere
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, or at
tho option of ha bearer ot any biicK
bond 'at The Dank of California, San
KTanclsco, 'Stale of California, "or at
tho banking house of Laldlaw & Co.,
City of New York, Stnte of Now
York, with Interest accrued on that
date, at which date Intcrert will cease
'nn nil .i.'i iw.n.t. '
- " "
Dated. Honolulu. T. 1L, January
OLAA SUOAH COMPANY LIMITED
y Allan W. T. Ilottomley,
" NOTICE. " ""
In accordance with Ai tide E or
the Charier, a meetlnir nf tha
Queen'B Hosnltnl 'cnrnorntlon. for tha
I elect Ion pf Trustees, will be held at
1.1 . ... . . '. !
1110 rooniH 01 mo uiutmuer or uom
merce. Stancenwald Imlldlnir. ni,
Wednesday, January 2G, lOl'O, ai
;ju a. in.
OEO. W. SMITH,
4422-td ' Secretary.
IN THE CIllCUlT CO'UliT. KIIIST
Circuit, territory of, Jiawofl. m
Probate. At Chninbera. In trie mat
ter of, tle Estate of Knulnmkaole
Lazarus of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
On reading and tiling tlie petition
ond accounts t)f Henry Sirilth, exec
utor of the will of said "deceased,
wherein petitioner askB to be' allow-
led, $3595.98 and charged hlniBelf
with 13030,40, and asks that, the
same bo examined and approved, and
that a final o'rder "be mndp of distri
bution, of the remaining property .to
the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from
nil further responsibility heroin; It
Is Ordered, That Monday, the' 28th
day of Wbruary, 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. m., lefo're the Judge presiding at,
Chambers of said Court at his court
room In the judiciary building. In
Honolulu, County mt ' Honolulu, be
and the. same hereby Is appointed' the
time and placo for hearing 'said pe
tition ami accounts,, and j,ha't all per
sops Interegjed nia then nnd there
npp'enr and show cause. If' any 'they
have, why ,th,e same should' not, be.
Krun,eu, nnu may present t evidence
as .to who ure entitled 'to- the said
property, Uy the Court. "Dated the
17th day of January, 4910, J, A.
4.019 Jan. 17. 24, 31 1 Kali. 7.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
EUROPEAN 'AND '
' AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FRT ancl DEN ST8r "
HAWAIIAN MUSJC v ,
Dr. Clark Speaks Enthusiastically on
the Onward March of the En
deavor Societies Throughout the
v World ; Endeavorers "Taken
From Behind' Prison 'Bars. ' "
Kawalalmo Church wag beautifully
decorated last evening with roses, nst
orn. carnations, tnta-hoo-na-nl. moll.
and potted cocoanut palms.. Long be-
foro tho time appointed to open tho
doors to tho puhllc, an immense crowd
had assembled outside the church.
There was no iHs'oniei, no noise, all
were there to hear Dr. V. E. Clark
npd Kov. Hubert Durdctio And other
As tin clock In tho tower struck 7
the'scrvlco opened with a hymn and n
scripture lesson taken from the 2.1.1
Psalm. Tho praise service was led
by Mr. Loo. The rfecoujl hymn, "I am
a inallhlni here, within a foreign
land." wag most appropriate, as there
were hundreds of strangers present,
many with tele around thnl'r necks. At
tho request of. Mr. I,ce tfie Croatian
Endeavorers fiom the Cleveland were
ask'od to occupy scats on' the platform.
Tho choir was composed of 40 voices
and sang In English and Hawaiian.
Tho Kamchameha Qleo Club, gave' one
of their fahioiiB selections, which was
much appreciated by tlie vast congre
gation. Just before Ir. Clnrk aroso in
nd((res8 the meeting, llov. Dr. Dur
detlo and Mrs. Durdette took their
places on tho platform.
Amidst much applause Dr.. Clark, in,
iiib iiuiurui, uiiiBinK manner, onenea
his address by saying: "It Is no sur
prise to come to this, historic church
as I read 'flf It In my' boyhood dayn,"
All are so coidlnl and homelike here
that I' really feel like one of you." Dr.
Clark looked most Imposing, as. 'With
chatacteristlc tact, he left some of
.the lei's around his neck while he
spoke. "Ever since we left New York
our eyes hnvci been opened to what
tho Christian, Endeavorers are doing
in foreign countries?!
"At Cairo, whprri thn rirlr.nl on. I
bccldent meet, tbcro are now 60 Chris
tian Endeavoritex ns against 17 of Die
previous year." . fh talking of the ciyj
torn of placing wreaths around the
necks of visitors, 'Dr.' fclarli stated
Hint T.II- . iLk .. i ... .
a viiaimii jciunn,
Greetings From Aar.
Dr. Clark's addresa was In the na
turo of a series of greetings from
Christian Kndeavnrltes from nil partr
of tho world. "Tho membcrH of this
society In Kangoo'n, Uitrmnli. who met
'" C,hl"8 "?" '".m.ce "'' ',en,1 ou
Hrucungs. ineunriKtinn raidenvor-
ll il. ril.1. ... , ......
"" "' . -,""Si"7 "
sion unurcn in Canton, Chlni, send
you grectliigs. The Christian Endeav
orites of India, Egypt, tho Straits Set
tlements, Japan, Europe and Ceylon,
send you greetings."
'In Nbrway many of tho people scof
fed nt this movement; they looked up'
on It as another of those queer Yanked
notions, which volatile Americana are
always hatching up. "Walt and see!"
said Dr. Clark. "Tlio reply has come
this Christian Endeavor movement
has caught on in .Germany, which coun
try is now divided up Into eight cen
ters of this society. lnv England; Scot
land. Ireland and Wales, (fionsands
have rallied to tho standiird. In
Frunce at the last C. a convention at
Nlnies, there were many members
present, in Spaln,"at Darcclona", Chris
tian Eudeavorltc from Old and New
Castjlc, .Catalonia, Andalusia, and oth
er provinces of Spain, flocked to send
Breotlngs to you. people of, Honolulu."
"What, Is the result J That we must
faco the Eastern sky and not look
back. Our fellowship is growing. I
mean ,the unity of Christian hearts
throughout tlie world, go that all na
tlonsjnay, bp unted.,ta present a bold
front against tho common enemy. V$
must net 'up to' the precepts of our
motto, 'Christ and the Church.' "
One of the most' startling features
of Dr. Clark's address vas when he
stated, that tho-.; way 2100 Christian
Endcnyorltcs behind prison .barn. Hut.
sal 1 this great evangelist, "these wero
converted, after they, H, ,c,- in prR.
on, and not rfi.e of thpl.i li.w'cviir'Biu'
back on his pledge,"
"There is .1 Ihoiitand times moiu
work In the fut.iro ',0 he doin hv von-
you are Just beginning jo ltlicklo on'
'""' ""Vr, ity inp end or this yoar
1.000.000' new hiembera will have
Joined tho Christian Endeavor Society
IQ.ono new societies win havo i,eeA'
added to the parent society, ' onvy
you your youth, becanso von h.. .J
man ynars of servico tjpforo jot. oodl
B...i ...ui ,uu may ,Vo (owB0 y,.
.whole world Chrlstlanlied bofow th
time roines for you to lay down your
llfo ot Jesus' feet. I am proud to think
that, yqu ara pjirt and parcoi of this
great land of ours.tliat you are a Chris
tian part of Continental America."
Knowing trte feelings of his im.'
wallai. audience, the largest, ami the
moat orderly congrep-tlo., t.a eve?
wX,Bei1 ",e. ,ll'"orll sliiirch of Kn'
walahao yesterday morning. Sccretan
Bhnw of tho Christian tBhilBavoraX
Breeted them with .A&aTh?M
you wash your
hands, look' at
the soap you use.
Is the lather white?
Is it bright? Is it full of
tiny bubbles? Doest
It should. It will, if it
is Ivory Soap.
There is no "free" al
kali in Ivory Soap; no
coloring matter, no harm
ful ingredient of any
kind. . -
994(oo Per; Cent. Pure
The. word "aloha" wa heartily io
spoilded to by the young and aged' Ha
waltans, together with the other, na
tionalities, who were, present In tho
church. They greeted him with thu
waving of handkcrchlci'u ns bo wiik
Introduced to the audience by lie v.
Mores Nnkulnn, who presjded over tho
Secretary Shaw, whose orat 'rlcal
power is well known throiiuhoul tho
world, was bedecked wit hlcls, an ho
stood before tho audience and ad
dressed them In one of his most ideas
ant and interesting poses.
He spoko of tho great work ot the
Master which Is being Carried on by.
the world's Christian Endeavorers, of'
which he was one. Ho nlfio remarked
about tho progress of tlio young peo
ple who havo come to know nud real
ise ho Importance ofllliu Christian
Endeavor movement throughout tho
whole world. 'In this connection, lid
emphasized the fact til at Christian En
deavor HocletluH of the world wuru '
continually growing in Btrength by tlio
addition to their ranks by those who 1
had heretoforo given little thought ,io
His Bpeech was translated Into Ha
waiian by Kev. Stephen Dosha ot
Hllo, ono of Hawaii's most fluent mid
Mallhlnls With Lels.
Seated In the ppcclal jiowb ot tho
church were the mallhlnls. They wcro
attractively decorated with lels which
were showered Uxin them by tho ku- '
maalnas who greeted them Ukiii their
arrival. They formed one of tho dis
tinctive features of tho congregation.
Nakulna Leads 8lnglng.
Hev.t.Mosei Nakuln.i, who presided
over the meeting, led tho singing of ,
the combined choruses of Kdwulnh.rj
and Kaumaapili churches. Tho singing
Mauians' Applauded. '
The Jdfliil ChrlBllcn Endeavor delo
gatlun Biirprucd the wholu rongivgu
tlon last night nt Kawnlahao by their.,
sweet .Blnglng In Hawaiian ot ono ot
the favorite hymns. Thlj was dono
In. .connection with respontllng to tlio
society roll ell. After U10 Mnglug tho
eler,BtIon, which Included 11 number
of the renowned s'ligerH of Maul, was.
pntnuslastlcally applauded bv tho ma
llh'nl as we'.l as the kamaalnas.
Tho Kauai delegation nlsu did Its
EXPERIENCE THE PLEASURE
of freedom, once more, from Hint an
noying, rucking cough. Allen's Liinu
Balsam nfrords relief when everything;
elso falls. For sale at all druggists.
Mrs. A. (maliciously) You wcro
such a, charming debutante, iny dear,
flftocn years ago. Mrs. U .Was I? I
only remcmboi you mado such 3 loyo
ly chaperon for mi when I .,..., ,...
The Templor Ranch Oil Co; with
000 acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and alt Its" reservoirs ' filled with
hlgh-gVade oil In the Templor dis
trict, Kern Co., Cal., will Boon com
plete Its throe-mlle gruvity dellvor
pipe line. ' t
This Oil Company Is at present
like a plantation with ton. nn,i .
of sugar on hand, ready to be shipped
on the Incoming steamer.
An able management, almost a.
square mile of proven oil land, cheap
transportation of, 9I. high prlcon
with steadily Increasing, demand for
cl, wll make this company nn early
dividend payer, and for that reaaon
the Stock of this Tmnn. T.-...... ..
.Lo. is recommended as a GOOD IN
VESTMENT by the Lincoln Mort
gage & .Loan Cov of San Kranjlsco.
Cnpltallmtlon Is i,000,0007 di
vided Into shares of $1.00 each. I
Mv a, small' block of them for sale
v... w,ll,e lly Iast' '8ecuf "'"em
P. E. R. STUAUCH,
74 S. King Bf.
. OL STOCKS""
listed and unlisted Oil Stocks
handled on commission.- Daily quo
taUon sheets on request. "
t L T. KIIBER,
Member CaL Stock cVOil Exchange.
I0,1 -?' Building:, San Francisco.
ni dcHh of A-l auallty can b aor
, SANO CHAIN,
. a i Ml. TsleahoMlIt
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