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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 8. 1910.
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I"' IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Hnso Jour Investments! on thrce-
f-nnd-n-lmlf-ccnt Btignr anJ you can't
fgo far astray tlio coming season.
This ndWco recently offered In itlio
redltorlal, columns of tlte'Bu 1 1 e t tn,
iwhlle too bearish to suit the taste of
fsomo of til 0 stock dealers, U n very
tiata baRJs for the man with limited
ffunds to go upon for the next twelve
Not nil the Indications point by any
DmeniiH to such a low average for Ha
waii's next sugar crop as three utul n
I half cents a pound, but tho man of
limited capital can best afford to be
: guarded In a period like thu present
when tho whole tendency Is down
ward with occasional and temporary
It should be remembered that In all
the selling of tho last feif weeks very
few large blockir hnvo been sold. Tile
largeMiolderh ore holding on, satisfied
wth the returnsi' :,
The Week's Slump.
-trim gcntral tumblo In tho prion of
stocks continued to bo the fenturn of
the market thin week. Monday's sales
started out with n suggestion of arc
Vlvnl.'but the result was whnt almost
Invariably happens In times Ilka the.
present. The ndvnnce In the price
brought out larger quantities of stock
held, by people who have become wor
ried over the slump. This forces thn
price below tho llgure from which It
Kxamplcs of this nre found In Wnl
nlua, that stiffened un to 119 on Mon-
Tho recent slump on the price of day after having sold last week at
j raw sugar was duu principally to the I " Hut on Friday of this week tho
late reports regarding the European I "lock sold at 112.H0, the lowest price
beet crop. Hut there uro yet two or ( 'hi year, Tho samo was truo of
.three weeks In which the outlook of Oahu though tho varfnoce was not bo
the European situation may bo large.
.changed. Although the harvest has I Hawaiian Commercial was tho cen
'hemin lii miinn nnrtlnna of Knrone. tl'ie tor of Interest, dronnlnir frnin as ,n
' greater part of (ho beets will be tak
en on tho Intter part of October and
early November. An untimely frost
or untoward weather condition would
reduce tlie sugar content of the beets
ery materially, and the jirlce of sug
ar would respond.
Dut the smalt Investor can hardly
afford to tako chances on this and he
Is thoreloro, safe In Btartlng all his
proposition!! from bed nick Ugures.'
licet Caused SIiiiiiji.
On tho other hand there Is no oc
casion for (ho Investor to become
frightened and rid himself of sugar
stocks at, ' sacrlUce. With a large
share,, of ,tbo plantations, the, present
regular dividends, can, be ina.lutalne.1
under! tlio .uvcraBq. l.",oo of sugar, int
Monday to 33.76 and some clulm sales
were made In Ban Francisco nt 32.50.
It llnally recovered both hero and in
San Francisco to 35.
Ewa also Joined in the slump, sell
ing at 30.00 on Friday, a dollar lower
than earlier In th'o, week. Pioneer
seems to be slated for 200, the drop
In seven days being more than coven
dollars a share.
Ilonokaa was apparently stronger
after the publication of the illvl. 1-11,1
jhayliig been eliminated. Acfuallyr.the
situation showed that the cutting out
of tho. dividend had bepu discounted
and the stoi;kLi uw .very .close to
bed rock, unless something very unex
pected, happen,- Ilonoknndlrectors
value of tluj sugar properties has-jvot
betn reduced. ,ln this respecL.'tu'e'y!
nre In better condition ,'thau ever be,-
tnra P.neAMMnnll v thn fllnftll. Invent-
or as we'l its the, large Is doing' vye'l
if be de,clda tv, bo'.a ,ou uaru," ana
will probatity, m yaii;'(9r"th.;;omlu r"". ZvTTr
year, pnlyj, ih, ntn) are llke'ly ?' J?"8& i M'vldc'nd.nus,, ".",
be inlsavd. The. Intrinsic physical W1, hjis, aUoU aboujk-twentyjfour
hundred tons below tho estimate.
This coupled with tho drop ln the
irke of- B."war,cut,,off jyJmpthilgj.nko
one i,li)iudl .thQUsaud.; dojlars rjjm
fne.ejfpecred revgniji, of; the' property.
the othej- fellow.do tne,8a;iiflclugM Physically Honbkam Vlantnliou is re
..,. ,j,:j. -, -, t.t., .( .
ported In Bplctidld condition and next
year, unless the most unexpected oc
curs, it will tako off the largest crop
lu Its history. Directum tptak with
inoro assurance now because of the
water supply from tho Hamlikttn
Cheap slocks hnvo1' followed tho
general trcjid of things and are now
on tho rtvcHu6)laM-nird"ii"friictlnii bas
is', though. V'iy llttlifof this slock Is
b'ejng sold. """"Holders of these stocks
have usually bought them In hold, nnd
tho limitations of n period like this
bring out Just .about enough stock to
dignify Ibo llgujos.
M Hilary .Y)n rla'iiiqriit.
KvntWln theynllltary and 'naval
circles of: our coihitry mo combining
In 11 matirier ns pleasantly favprablo
as the stock market has men painful,
On Tuesday tho dispatches to the
lMi 1 1 e 1 1 11 told of tho order being Is
sued creating lluwntl an independent
department. Tho ncad of tlio Depart
ment of Hawaii Is expected to be
cither Col. Schuyler, ,soiin to bo pro
moted to the rani; of llrlgadler Gen
eral, or Col. Montgomery M, McCotub
of the Sltth Field Artillery.
This advance in the statute of tho
general miliary establishment of the
islands will undoubtedly lasttn the
timo when Fort Shaffer will bo raised
to n regimental pou and tfie permn
nenl post at LiSlleliim. will to in pro
ems of completion. This nieins a
H'Mtt deal to tho vlly .if Honolulu
both ai regards permanent population
nnd the nnioiint of work that Is to be
dono lu building nnd enlarging tho
Private Information from Washing
ton la to tho effect that already plans
and specifications' arn. being prepared
InWnsfilneloii for the construction of
the permanent buildings of Schotleld
llnrrackR, andthls construction will
iuvoUe, nn orpcudlluro of over six
hundred thousand dollars.
Ncnnwhllo work Is moving right
along ut Pearl Harbor. The hull nnd
the machinery for tho now dredger
that is to operate on the hard coral
are practically llnlshcd and will soon
be assembled' and on the job', ValUr
Dillingham, lii charg'o of tlio tlnwull
nn Dredging Company's operations
caino homo on thp Kierrn.v
lliikhes (In Immigratten.
United States Senator Iluglieo, who
view this week In which he told how
Important tho people of Colorado con
sidered Immigration. Tho Stnte of
Colorado recently organized a com
(nign for Immigrants to be carried on
under tho nusplces of the Stnte. As n
lesult of Immigration Senator Hughes
folnts out that tlio population of tho
Stnto has increased 1C9 per cent and
the value of the agricultural products
has Jumped from ? 10,000 to ftOO.OOn.-P(l0.
litiuolph Sprerkels Here.
Hudolph SpreckeN '.1 visiting thd
city ,t look n'ftor liroperty Inlercsts
'(.( the Sprockets estate. He lias com
pleted the details necessary to assure
the extension of lllshop street
through to the waterfront. He Is now
at work on n plnn to mako the prop
erty bounded by Merchant, Alnkea,
Queen and' tlio lllshop street exten
sion, n second cholco us a Federal
building site, It Is now npparent that
the condemnation proceedings will ,bn
under way within n very short tlmo.
Mr. Sprcckels' proposal Is, that liH
case tho value placed upon the Ma
hukn slto extension does not come
within the nmount appropriated by
Congresr, tho community shall settle
upon the so-called Spreckels site as a
second choice. A great many feel Hint
tho Federal building will go to the
Opera House slto if tho Mnhukn con
Mr. Sprcckels hns nlsn talked free-
tensely practical nnd without nppear-!QL INVESTMENTS
Ing In tho foreground himself ho hns
started Various Interests In' directions
that lead to practical ways and, means
for the Territory of Hnwnll to be
more ncnriy sou-supporting in
The holdings of nn nil company
1,, i do not always make the, company.
production of vegetables, cereals, nnd'l 'N'" Investor should consider the
diversified crops from which tho city . company s Incorporation, the officers
and town ntarkets arc supplied.
IVIIcnx ami Cotton.
Dr. Wilcox recently returned from
n trip to the States'. ' He Wetit'n's far
as Washington but the principal Vent
ure of his tour was io size up the cot
ton situation 'in thn South nnd gain
new Idens for the development of cot
ton production In these Islands.
Twenty thousand tons of Hawaii's
sugar ,crop was afloat on t10 first day
of October, nnd tho chances n're that
n largo shnra. of that tonnago will go
on the market at tlio low price of 3.9ii.
Ed. Polllti! cabled the Henry Wntcr
liousu. Trust Co. that sugar sold In
New York on Wednesday nt 4 cijnts,
but no large snto hat taken place at
that llgure as the planters' quotation
hns not changed during the week.
Dnndero & Lansing nro to subdivide
n small tract on Ault Lane nenr King
street In the Pnlnma section, Tho
property will-be cut up 'in small lots
of llfty by ono hundred feet nnd will
mnko good cottngo lots for small,
homes nenr town,
Col. K. 8, Spalding la among tho
recently nrrlved capitalists. Mr.
ly on tho sugar tariff situation. Ho Spalding t.ooti after Ills nrilval left
for Kauai, it was assumed that no
would personally appear beforo tlio
Land Hoard In connection with 'the
famous Kapaa leases. As ho did not
appear, tho matter went over for 'nn
other waiting period.
says he believes tariff revision n cer
tainty and Hint the tariff on rellned
sugar will ha reduced, Mr. Spreck
els Is of course entitled to his opin
ion, and he Is not alone In this con
clusion as regards sugar. At the
saiho time the fact remains that sugar
production Is now nn Important In
dustry In many States, and tho Fed
eral revenue from sugar Imports Is
a very Important Item In financing tho
Federal government. So It Is hardly
tllno' for tho sugar plantations of Hn
wall to shut up shop on account of
tho Immediate threat of tariff revision.
Program to Help Farmers,
Oovernor Frenr called n conference
In his olllco this week of various offi
cials for tho purpose. of developing
practical plans for the' marketing of
farm products that may be raised
throughout tho islands. This Is In lino
with tho schemes outlined nnd quiet
ly worked on by Dr. Wilcox, director
of the United States Agricultural Ex
lit visiting the city, jmo out nn Inter- perlmcnt Station, Dr. Wilcox Is In-
Tho Immigration Ilonrd has re
ceived word that polltlcn' conditions
In Portugnl nro so upset that It Is al
most ImiKisslblo to socilro people from
tho Azores nt this time. Com-c'iuent-iy
Spcciul Agent Campbell has gone
to Spain to look over tho situation
there. It will ho remembered that
some of tho most desirable Immi
grants coming to tho Islands wero
from tho Spanish provinces.
TO CUREACOLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggist'; refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
l'AKIS MBDICINB CO, St. Louis. U 3. A.
and the ownership of the property.
Many oil companies operate on
f leafed Inhd.Min'vlne (nut from l-2l
I 1 h ' '
to 1-4 of theJnarly production tit
.royalties.' 4 , ; ' ' t ', ) ,.U'
The Norrls-Mlwny Oil Company
;lm8 been Investigated by those unln.
forested, nnd their reports more than
Justify our statements In regard, 'to
Uhls company, with a capital stock
of only fiOO.OOO shares nt a par vnlue
of ono dollar, thus Insuring the In
vestor Inrge dividends on his Invest
ment. Property held by this com-l
ipnny consists of 120 acres In tho
;Mnrlcppa fats (admitted to lie the
richest oil territory In the world),
;wlthln three mites of tho famous
Lake View gusher. 1
Mr. Harry Arm 1 1 age, Honolulu, Is
the vice-president of this company
and the representative In these Is
lands. A very small block of stock
Is left nt tho present prlco of 25c
:pcr share, which will be subscribed
lu a short time,, Subscript lops nro
taken nt the ofllce ,of Harry Arml
tngo, 89 Merchant street, nnd also
at the ntnce of Mnrtln CI rune, 83
.Merchant street. '
' Cohipnro this company Vlth nny
other oil company on tho market bo.
foro you make your Investment.
'. 1 ' AT'THE CATHEDRAL
to Be Celebrated in
P. Maurice McMahon, a bard of
Hawaii ncl, etc., Is to be married
this evening nt C o'clock nt St. An
drew's cathedral, by Ilev. Canon
Ault, to Mlsa M. A. Franklin of
Ilallyllnan, Queen's Co., Ireland.
The match Is the result of a ro
mance at liray, Ireland, five years
ago, when the poet met his nmnlty,
and afterwards wroto his poem, "Tho
Irish Girls at Dray," published on
his return to Honolulu two years
Miss Franklin Is already deeply In
lovo with tho soft green lilllil of
Hawaii, tho palms 011 the shore, the J
For eating, drinking and cooklnr
Purer Ddlctouj, Nutritious
.. titr is IS tfU Jr., ,
)lt!ltml U.S. IViilt Onto
Hrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb., .tins
linker's Chocolate (unsweet--'
cned), 1-2 lb. cakes
Ccrman Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 Hi, cakes (
For Salt by Ltadini Croctri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCIIUSTER; ,MA5S, U. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EOROPE AND' AMERICA
changing skies nnd lovely rainbows,
two perfect ones of which she saw
on her arrival yesterday morning on '
Ho studies by night nnd he studies
With proTilems thut worry hi
Hut ha says that tho aid (
Which, he gets from Cascodo
Has bellied htm again and. again.
IlYCnOKT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
WOHKS WIMj SKND YOU A. CASK
OP TUB FAMOUS CASCADF. OIN
OKIl A1.K IF YOU WILL CAM, UP
Republicam are patriots. They
register. Last chance today. ( t lfk w
Om'isiiiilw nit -
INCORPORATED FOR $10,000,000
September, $o under tho Laws of' .the 8Ute of California
10.000.000 SHARES. PAR VALUE.S1.00
Transfer Aoent In California', Metropolis Trust and Savings Bank',
Ban rrancitco. .:" ",
Principal Place of Business, San Francisco, California.
President. nKAHADMHlAL. RODI.EY D. BVAN3, U. S, N.. ro-
t red. Washington. D. C.
Vlcel'resldeht. TI1KODOI1K P. OILMAN, Nw York City.
f' Secretary, HOI1RRT LKR DUNN. New York City,.
Assistant Secretary. JAMES A. CnUIKSHANK., San Francisco.
HEAIl-ADMIRAl, nOHLEY I). KVAN8, U. S. N retired.,
IlOBERTS. McCHEERY, Treasurer McCreery ltealty CoriKira-
... - i-rt . t... l.n.l fin KTa... Vn.l, Plltf
J . llOll, aim 01 licv.rvvrjr uiy "juyyn v.,., ti nr i n w,.,.
THEODORE P. OILMAN, ex-uoniroiier ttiaio Ol nqw rK. aim
President Ovncrnl Electric Inspection Co., N. Y New York
City. 4lso President Flower Wasto and Packing Co., New
York. City. ""
HON. JOHN W. MITCHEU,, Attorney Tor Unkershlm Estate,
I.os Angeles, California. , 'V
SNYDEIC, Prpsldent California savings
Underwriters' Announcement of the
tn . .
.'RODERT IJCE DUNN. Managing Director Lincoln Memorial
Endowment Association, Now York; ctj(.
Tliln rnrunrntlnn has been 'orKanlxell for tho purtioso of no-
fn.iiti.u. ,,,1,1 .luvelnnlni? nroven California oil. urouertlea... con-
iC'ntructlng pliie" lines, 'and Eitcli other 'buMifes as appertains to
utho oil Inilustry. It. is pianneu 10 iiiuku uiih.uuji m 'w-
Vlnstltutlons In the 'West.
Tim mnnnirement of this company is vested In a Doard of
fiirooinm . r,,nsluiiiiL' nf men wIiosa renutatlon for Integrity,
aii.in. Li'ireena 1111,1 eniiBPrvnllve ludement IS woll known. They
'Khavo norsonallv visited tho properties. Several of the members
gUbf tho Board are nieu of national reputation.
Tlio affalrs'or tho company will lie administered with a view
to ronstnnt holding'' up of tho properties nlong lines Justified,
by conservative Judgment. Aggressive and. progressive policies
will ho rdllowed wherbrer sucli. policies have the approval of(
thu best experts 'available. Tho men who will dovolop and
operate the properties which the company ncqulrea.ore.umonK
tho best posted oxports lit the oil business In this country, and
the company will bnva the benefit of their Judgment during tho
Jlrst year, of Its opqrntlon of the properties,
Tho properties first to be operated by the California Couahll-
riatf,l nil rmmimiv nro as follows!
It' Tho MASCOTT properly, Midway field. Consists of one hun
I'drcd and sixty u'eres equipped with thirty-four, wells. Four ml'
i dltlonal wells nre now being-drilled: In fhe Judpipent of the bbst,
r..''n nncrt of California. Ihn Droiierty will supiiort sixty wolls.
fcVComplplo equipment of bollor .plant, tanks-, reservoirs, living
S'tiiunrters. etc. The proBe'nt'nntpu't' Is' 90.000 barrels niontlilj-".
r.v...-, . ;. i.,i.. , imn ttrn nan vai,1v uriih
iWlllCll IB Uuw pruyilHIIB "VI lllutuu ui vu,.,.... ...t ......
4t addition of twenty-four wells a, probable net Income of nt
"least $720',000 max' bo, pxpecte.il, Tho propprty Is, oil a dividend
The PREMIER, proporty. Coallnga field. Consists of ono
hundred and sixty ucrcs. Fourteen producing: wells. One well
1 now being drilled nnd one ready for drilling. Complete equip-
.jjment of holler plant, tanks, reservoirs, living quarters, etc.
'Jrri,a.. oivfm.n welts' )jnnlnir the' flsures uiion the present pro-
deduction ofltlie (ourtoen now producing will yield' at least fefH.000
i', jljariels yearly, a net Income of 24p,O0Q yoarly. In the opinion
provide n net Income of J9CO.O0O yearly. This proierly Is on a
dividend paying basis.
The YEI.I-OWSTONE property. Holdings In tlio Kern
lllver, Sunset and McKlttrlck fields. This property consists of
two hundred and twenty-five acres, with flvo wells. Com
plete equipments of holler plant, tanks, reservoirs, living quar
ters, etc. Tim proii-
erty cams $18.p00 pel1
The present net
earnings of the prop
erties i: sufficient to
qur. rnntee every
stockholder a 'substan
tial return on his In
of future develop
The Investor In this
company wll ho pro: r
tocted lu oyory imssl
ble respect," There; lal;
no ' prcferoil sUck.v
Tlipro 'will ho no
Ever' stockholder en
tors tho company on
tlio'bamo liusW. Tho
men associated in
thcr niauagemeut of
tlio, coniiany aro rec
'ognlzed leaders in
..bnt)klng, oil and com
mercial circles) ' 1
imiiiiiiiiiiiBnf - '.miiiiiiiiiiiiiH -
STATEMEfjf BY THE PRESIDENT, REAR-AD-,
MIRAL ROBLEY D.EVAMS, U. S. N., RETIRED.
1 "I have long u-t-inkd the oil Industry as orio of tho most
Important and pi.n..ng of tho newer linos of trade. Without
intending to (liter tho business of producing or selling oil, I
linve been carefully Investigating, for several years, every avail
able Bourco of Information on the subjqct, first, because of my
interest lu thu uiu of oil ns a fuel for navul vessels, and Inter
because of my conviction that tho future of tho commodity
would make it one of tho most llnportnnt subjects in tho trado
of' tho' world.
"Many Interesting business opportunities havo come to mo
slnco my retirement from actlvo servlco In tho navy, two years
,uko. Fifty years of sorvlro lu n calling which Is more than
ordinarily exacting, renders nny man of nctlvo temperament
unflUed to Idleness. It Iiub. been my intention, wlie,u the right
opportunity occurred, to connect myself with somo enterprise
of sufllclent size, and offering sulIlcUut, promlBO for the future
to appeal to my best energies. That opportunity Is present In
tho organization of tho California Consolidated Oil Company,
"After personally visiting' and carefully Investigating the' pro-
K)scd properties of tho company, their hooks, contracts nnd
options, I have accepted tho presidency of (ho company and
lia'vo Invested my own money In Its shares. I will pefsoiiully
.illrect Its affairs. Thls"ls tho only oil company with which I
OIL NOW CALIFORNIA'S BIGGEST INDUSTRY; -'
Millions Paid in Monthly ' DIvlden'ds'T ji' :'', '
Oil Is now California's biggest Industry, employing' tliifilSamls'
of men nnd Involving millions of dollars. The California oil
flolds aro undoubtedly the richest In tho world, Owing to their
geographical position which permits easy maikctlug, the valuo
of their not put will Increaso as tho consumption of oil for do
mos.tlc, manufacturing and 'shipping puriioses advances. With
tho approach nf Its adoption by tho great naval powcrx an tho
best fuel, California will havo thu world for Its constant market.
Already tho Industry has botn transferred from tho piano of
speculation into that of n solid ami permanent addition tn- tho
world's list of dignified and enduring business enterprises. Thin
chaugo ImB been achieved through tho steadily Increasing yield
of tho oil fields of tho world Hiid tlio entrnnco Into tho Industry
of men whose business reputation is n guaranty or tho glgantia
Many have nindo Independent fortunes In successful Califor
nia oil companies. Thoso. investors weto, cither un tho ground
or' wero advised by resionslblo oil investment brokers. Their
small Investments huvd been returned to tlieiii' Hi dividends
many times! over. " l
tsCii-iL tt.i.l.- ''
Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evar),..U, 8.
N.;1 retired, President,,ortKp Califor,.
nla Consolidated Oil Co".
THE UNDERWRITERS' SYNDICATE.-
A Syndleato of Undorwrllars, -composed of, bankers and ro
titnble business .men; tin's ,heen organized for the purposo of
providing funds' with which to meet tho payments on thesi
properties. Instead of fallowing tho 'usual praetlcept"lkJtltie
thls stock to only half a 'dozen wealthy men, it has boon decided
to allow our clients an opportunity to Join tills Hy'ndlcatu. mid
seciiro an, Interest In this, corporation nt th6 v'ery ll'rs't' price.'
Our' clients will' bo' given every behcflt and, advantage.' of thin'
Underwriters' Syndicate. . !' "'
Tlio stock of ,thoy California Consolidated OH' Ch;. will lio dr.
fored for sale lu tho-.loadlng financial centers of the World Jmif
ns quickly ns thJsrUndrwj-llerB' Syndleato Is closed. ,.Thjprlc'o'4
n't which tho sLnckoy.ll) bo offered nt'Uint tlmo will lio'greaHy
In excess of U10 present 'prlzp ?or; which tho Underwriters' Syn
dicate members ca'ritJcCtfhiilr stock. ' , '
Each member of tho Syndleato Is allowed t,9 ptirchnse any
where, front ono hundred '(100)1 to. twenty .thousand ,(20,00(1),
shared at this priijo,, which liarf been placed at CO cents per"
share, par valuo $1.00.
Tho stock Is being rapidly absorbed.,
Telegraph your reservation at our nxponso and sond remit
tance hy, mall using tho attached order blank.
ij ' , , ' - ' ' " " -"?? I
CALIFORNIA CONSOLIDATED OIL CO.,
P. E, R. Strauch, Rep. Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co.,
74 South King St., Honolulu,
Enclosed find remittance, fur $.,. ,.. lor tho pure-
haso of '. shares of stock In tho California
Consolidated Oil Co., at the Underwriters' Syndleato price
or CO cents, par valuo $1.00. I telegraphed my reservation
Nnuio . .
1 JHE OIL BOOK.
Wo publish the "Week
ly Oil Book," which goes
out every Monday morn
ing. Tho "Oil Uook" con
stantly presents money
making opportunities to Its
readers. For tho Inst two
years tho "Oil Hook" has
?ibecn pointing them out
and for two years Its
J r'p'udors' have been making
'money; by taking ndvnn
r tago ot them. Willi special
I 'Writers, protographcrs, ex
' port's, etc., wo get all tho
news from all tho oil
; fields.. Tho California oil
M Industry develops very
f rapidly overy twenty-four
'hours brings forth some
;' Ibliiff inow a new plpo
i line', started, another dlvl
,, llend )ayor, a big contract
t- fnr ' Viltiiiirnn,! nnfillier"
ii Riuilir.";?'- H costs nothing to keep tn toucli with (Ills ac-
tlvlly nnd wth tho inoney-niukliiR opportunltlos. I'll I In and
i mail the conimn and wo, 'will' send you tho "Weekly Oil' Hook"
',fdr"slx months wlthoilt churgo or ohllgatlon.
i ',Wo ndvlso the purchase of California Consolidated Oil Co.
, stock now nt 60c. Do not fall, should you not order now, to
.4 send In tho coupon for tho "Oil Hook," which will .bo gent you
' for- six months without charge,, and which will keop you in
touch with California Consolidated Oil Co, and tho California
LINCOLN MORTGAGE AND LOAN CO.
P. E. R. STRAUCH, Representative, 74 South King 8t Honolulu.
14th and 15th Floors, Whlttell Building, 16$ Geary Street;
San Francisco, California.
622 Citizens National Dank Dulldlr.3, Los Angeles, California.
537 Henry Building, Seattle, Washington.
New York Office; Lincoln Stock & Dond Co.,
948 Marbrldge Dldg., Herald Square, .
Admiral Evans and party on tho Yellowstone property.ln the Kern River Field: Reading from left
to right (1) R. P. Boyer, Vice-President of the Lincoln Mortgage and Loan Co.; (2) Theodoro p '
Gllman, former Controller.of State of New York; (3) N. F, Wilson, .President of the Lincoln ,MortI
gage and Loan Co.; (4) Meredith P; 8nyder, President of the California Savings Bank of Los An
geles; (6) James Crulkshank, of Nw York; (6) Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans, U, S, N., retired
(7) Robert' Lee Dunn, of New York,, Managing Director of th 0 Lincoln University Endowment a
soclatlon;'-(8) John W. Mitchell, Attorney for Lankerahlm Estate, Los lArrgeles; (0) D. 8. Mclnites of
London; "(10) Hubert T. Morrow, Attorney; 0 Lbs Angeles; (11) Colonel iJ D. 8. Thompson' Vice
President of the Mascot Oil Co., and Premier, Oil Co.( (12) H. B. Quthrey, well known oil operator
of Lot Angeles, from whom the Cuthrey Guther takes Its name. - -
P.E. R. Strauch, Rep. Lincoln Mortgage & Loan. Co.,
' 74 8outh King 8t, Honolulu.-
Without cost or obligation on "my part send mo the
. "Weokly Oil Rook" for six. months, also send 1110 completo
r literature concerning tho California Consolidated Oil Co, '
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