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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.
T. II., BATUnpAY
OCT. 22, 1910...
ii MV' -. I , -i 1
"There is more money to be made in
oil today than ever before in the history
C iL A..M4M.v " REAR-ADMIRAL ROBLEY
01 tnC COlintrV. ""P EVANS, TT.S.N., (Retired)
k 'J President California Consoli
dated Oil Company " .
THE GAtlFOfiNiA CONSOLIDATED OIL. COM-
PANY Presents to , You a Pignified Plan of In-:
vpstmnt in an,-Enterprise of Solid Worth, of Actual
and, Substantial Merit; Backed and Managed by Inter
ests of Unquestioned Integrity. - -
It is a proposition hiade possib!e'on!y' through the co-operation of investors who placed their interest in the hands of
men upon whom they can rely with absolute sonfidence. The field to be covered is so argc, the property to be ac
quired so rich and the necessity for funds so imperative,, that no small group of capita lists or detached body of in
vestors could begin to perform what the California Consolidated Oil Company expects to accomplish.
--. ' THE. UJbFlUJliKS
- eff .',. t
t -President, REAR-ADMIRAL ROBLEY D. EVANS, U. S. N. (retired) Washing on,;D. C,
Vice-President, ROSEHT S. McCREERY New York City, ..
"Treasurer, THEODORE P. GILM AN New York City .
Secretary, ROBERT LEE DUNN , iievy itofk ujiy ana oan nuiiuiu
Board of DircclorsS REAR-ADMIRAL ROBLEY D. EVANS,. U.S. N. (retired). ROBERT S.'fifcCREERY, Vice-Presi
dent of the James McCreery Realty Corporation, New York city. I MtuuuKt r. uilwimw, 'bx-uoiuiuhbi oww
of New York and President General Electric Inspection Co., New York City; also President Flower Waste
and Packing. Co., New York City. HON. JOHN W. MITCHELL, Vice-President! Bank ot bouujern tainqrnia,
Los Angeles, California. HON. MEREDITH P. SNYDER, President California Savings Bank; Member Los. An-
-, gelcs Clearing House Committee; -three time's Mayor Los Angeles, Los. .Angeles, California. FRANK- ,n.
FISH, Cashier Metropolis Trust & Savings Bank, San Francisco, California. ROBERT LEE DUNN, Managing
.i Director Lincoln Memorial Endowment Association, New York City.
'.These men are active in the affairs of today, Whether you have one hundred dollars or one hundred thousand tg in
vest it will pay you to rend every word of the unusual proposition below, It may mean a life of ease for you or
merely the addition of a fow figures to your bank balance, Certainly no better investment has.ovcr been presented
to you. . '
V1- Detailed Statement of the Unusud Offer to Investors ,
The company has Just been oignnlicd, iin
. ilcr tin- s'rlct lawn of California havliiK fin
authorized capitalization ot lO.OCf 000 share
' of n p.ir nlm of $1.U0 per sir i If hiu
been oriMUlzed under u broad rim ;er which
' ctiahlos It ti ncittlro ami develop ir)vcii
California Oil properties, construct plpo
Unci'. Uulhl. refineries nnd ongico In any
otlicp business 'appertaining to I'm OU hi-
. ... DctiU liavo already Iioen consummated fur
7. ilfo IiciiulMtlmi of at least three of the lend
ing Iik1IvIi1ii.iI oil rnnipanlm of California,
y' The; net Incnino of those companies nt this
Ittno, rotiFcrvatlvi'ly estimated at n very
low price for crtnlo oil. Is about JGOO.OOO per
, annum. This represents :i profit of 10 per
I cejlt per annum on tho entire cnpltallzalloii
' of Jhf? California Consollilateil Oil Company
(Jal'tho present price or tho Btocl;', legardlcss
of -flit tiro development.
Properties and Earning Tower
The properties proiospd to b operate!
h'y the California Consolidated Oil Company,
jMiow being operated na thrro.ln llvldtul oil
cunipanliH nro as follows:
I MASCOT Oil. COMPANY termed In the
Midway District. Consists of 1Gi acros.
Equipped with 21 wrlH. Four addltlonali
i, wolls now lielnc drilled! Present output
90,000 barrels per inonlh, provide? a not
? Incoih'o of fsco.noo pFr nnniiin. lias a'con-'tl-actTfor
Hie delivciy of o.OO'J.OOQ barrels of m.
r ; J
oil at a Kross prce of $2,500,000. Now pay
InK dividends of 2 per cent pur month,
PUKMIKR OIU COMPANY located III
CoallnRa Oil fields. Property conststn of
100 acres. Kourtcn, producing wqlls, onp
no beliiK drilled mijl olid re.idy for drill
lug. These 10 wells, basing (ho flRtircH iiikiu
the present production of, the 14 now pro
ilualnK. will yield nt least fC4,00u barrels
yearly. This nlvuns' u:tict Incomo of $240,
U00. llns been pnyliiK dividends at tho
rate of 12 per cqnt per million.
YKIXOWSTONE Oil. COMPANY hold
Iiirs In Kern River, Sunset and McKlttrlck
Kit Ids. Prpnerty consists of 225 apres, all
leased to other companies oxcopl 10 acroa.
This 10 acres bclnc operate by the com
pany contains u wells.
The estln)nt?s of profit from the Mascot
and Premier properties nbovo nro based
upon Uiu present CO wells iion the two
properties. In the Judgment of tho best oil
oxpcitB of California, these properties will
c.ially supixirt 140 wells. On tho snino con
tcrvntlvo basis of estimate, this should, pro
vide a net Incoino of l.OSO.OOO per.aniiuni.
This vstlhinto Is based' upon tho two prpii;
crtlcs ulono, ninklnt; no ullownnco for the
Yellowstono property or for other prolltablo
branehes of thr Industry Into which this
corroratJon will, niter.
Underwriters! Syndicate Announcement
Instead ot, followjnK tho usual pracllco of
nllotlng this stock to a few capitalists as
underwriters, and paying them for the,, dis
posal of ' same. It has been decided to or
ganize an Underwrltcijs' Syndicate. Headers
or this publication ore Invited to Join us. by
purchasing' stock at tho Underwriters' Syn
dicate, price, tho proceeds cf which will go
toward tho payment of tho properties. ,.Thl3
gives each Individual W4' prlvllcgo, ok'nsro
elating , himself with thufOrganlzcrU" of itho
company, thereby securing the advantage
usually accorded to underwriters or tho
founders of a company of this chnractbf.
Tho fact that thls'method of financing a
cor.iervatlve corporation's unusual,1 will, )
believe, make It all the more attractive' to
the Amerjcan public. We are sure that the
Investors of the nation large and small alike,
will be glad of the opportunity to Join In this
organization of a company of this kind on
the underwriters' bads, 'and will favor the
Idea of participating In the market at the
bottom and not. at the top, particularly In a
company which has beep' .organized by m),i
of unimpeachable Integrity for the protec
tion of stockholders' Interests.
Tho Underwriters' Svndlcato prlco of tho
capital Block of the California Consolidated
Olj Company Is CO cents por stinro. No or
der can I 'a accepted for less than 100 shams.
Tho allotment of stock 'at this prlco Is nec
essarily limited. Tho demand for tjio Block
ls,vcry great. It Is thcieforo Important that
ordtnt should bo sent Immediately,
Qll, KINO, OF FUELS
Oil is the comincj fuel of tlc navies of the world. At present it is driving, ttye wheels of locomotives over' the moun-'
tains and deserts; is furnishing light, heat and 'power for the entire Pacific Coast, and is destined to be used
wherever coal has been used before. ' - . ,
The oil Industry of California represents, at a conservative valuation, over $1,Q03.CC0,CCO. j
California Is producing oil today at the rate of 86,494,643 barrels per ear, Tils means a probabjs valuation '
of $40,0C0,CC0 per year (or the produ:t. ...
$34.632 53 In dividends Is the record of the INDEPENDENT companies listed on the California stock, ex
changes. This doss rv)t Include unlisted companies, companies of private ownership, the Standard Oil Company
nor. the profits derived from, the oil wejjs operated by1 the Southern Pacific and Sanpi Fe railroads.
$1,0CO Invested two years ago In American' Petroleum has been "returning $1,600 a year In. dlvldonds.
. S1.CC3 Invested a few ye. an ago In Lucille Is returning $3,000 a year In dividends.
J), CCO Invested a little over a year ago In Illinois-Crude has, been returning $960 a year In dividends,
$1,0CO In.yested In Monte 'Crlstb 'returns In dividends '$3. 00 a'year.
$l,CCp Invested In Sterling Is returning $3,333 per year In dividends.
$1,0C.0 Invested about two years, ago In Premier Is reu;nlng at the'rate of $1,K0 a year In dividends.
$l,c:o Invested In Fullerton Is returning $3,333 per. yean In dividends.
1,000 Ineated about two years ago In Mascot Js returning $1 200 per year In dividends,
$1,000 Invested In Claremont Is returning $1,600 per year'ln dividends. . .
The stock, of the Associated Oil Company sold about ten years ago at below $1.C3 per share. Today It Is listed
on tho. New York 3tb'ck Exchange, and Is' selling around '$44.00 'per share. '" , "- -
Tho Union Oil Company of California began Its 'existence' a few years ago on a valuation of $250,000. Today
the lyssets of the Union Oil Company' have an estimated yalue of $1OO,000,CO0.
These arc Instances of profits that have been 'ma'de' and, are belrig made today In the California oil fields. Wo
submit them as proof of our clalrn that California oil is the most profitable field of Investment of the present
.Fjy.. ... 4 . ..j
Republish a weekly illustrated newspaper,
k The Oil Book, which is (devoted exclusively
to 'the California oil industry,1 conveying all
"of the important news for the benefit ofbur
clients. We will send you a six months sub-
" s'cription to this 'newspaper free of cost. Ad
dress all communications to
t vt n krh ;
IP. JS. Jt. Si'IC.UU'll, UcprcscntiiUHi Lincoln .Mortgage' A.onn;.,;'
. 71 South Wq(f'Sfrfol,'llpolulu;r.. II. .".. - , .JlifP
i-ieaso senu mp ropons, vrpspecma, piioHiKraiiinc, viow, 'Oic, oi mo
California Consolidated" Oil' Company.""' Also your wrck!y California Oil
Newspaper for G months absolutely frco. '
JN BUSINESS CIRCLES
i ' i .
Just tho suggostlori of n mld-sen'ion drafts, and the returns from the crops
boom entered tho sugar Btbck mnrketj hnvo hardly begun to como In. Right
this week, "ft was based on" the news-j now tho sugar returns nro In ahd'Cho"
paper cables of tho oxtchslvo damage! dividends nro being Paid. If It wcro
done the Cuban si-gar crop by the bo- not for tho certainty of low sugar
vcro Btortn that has swept that sec-' price's', there would, hoi no suggestion
tlon of Uio world. . j of tight money or especially comtorv-
AltliQiigb. tho storm il n Rrortb) "I've loaning policies,
amount of injury, tho result ,wns veri , . '
.like yhat hqs happened before the Strrrt Itallnnr Kxlenslon.
'wind wns not honvy onouah to break Tho linpld Transit has begun work
.down tno cano nnd tuo rnin hiu jnor on uouoip usuiyun , ","h v.w, .u
'crop good. Newspaper correspond prcscntdoubio track sclicmo will car
'pnts ronurted ho ecnernl damnKO. ry through from Kiiwnlahno church,
which, so far 1s tho sugar grower wnero inc. men aro now i worn, io (
nro concerned, is quickly repalrod. ' l'nlnma 'and also from King to Ben
'.. Oh tho. basis of this news tho mtir- '"". "n AIB,(,C " rcou " w,u rcal-
ket took quite u turn for the better 'V ""1'rovo the city servlco nnd en-
nnd an advance In tho. prlco of bebtrf "' tlio cars to keep more nearly on
strengthened tho hellof that tho spec schedule. Under the new nrrange-
ulators of Muropo 'wore banking on "cnt of "c car sorvlco, tho, tort
.m .imrinra nt ,i, n.timaiiwi fMiirtn street nnd I'unnhoit cars will run
crop. , j
On Thursday howevor, Alexnqdcr f
llaldwlri cabled to thoir New York
correspondents and learned from them
that tho' dnmagoiiad bcon vary slight
nnd the- rains beneficial. This cnblo
ul so stated that tho American r'nw
Biicar market 'will follow the Huro-
Lpcnn irfnrket up oxlown, and gavo
tnc estimated European ucei crop n
7,700,000 tons tons. ' ' J
This meads that the largo crop ot
l'.'urope prcdlctod by the Uclitn Bomo,
weeks ngo Is coming lip to tho hlgh4
cat ostlmatos that had ' been made'
Taking this' Into consideration with
through to tho Iron Works-nnd tnko
tho waterfront trafflc. Tho enr on
Alakon street from King to tho wat
erfront will be taken off. Tno Kmran
street enr's will run" trough onto King
and conUnuo along rlng, up I.UIha.J
uitis lorming n licit line irom upper
l.lllhn around to l'unchbowi by way
of King. , '
TiiO'tiifio'.wlll probnbly come when j
the Punahou lino will hp diverted ,
down Alnkea nnd. stop at Tort street,
making tlio coraer of Fort and' King
tho general transfer center of, the
efpro tne-y.our 'Is 6lil ,'lho' lluplil
the nnlv sllctitlv. damaged Cuban' croii Transit Company will litiva snout UP
and there Is no doubt that tfio worlil'8 wards of' $20O,"00Oln tho' Improvement
sugar crop this yenr will ho ono ?f of Its plant, nil of which Is necessi
ty o lnrgest for many years, nnd tho tnted by tho increasing demands on
prlco of raw sugar will bo comimra- tho car service. This Is ono of', tho
lest evidences, of tho growth of the
Tho developments of tho last two.; If tho Quarlermostqr General woro
weeks are such as to confirm the nd- so minded, ho could settlo Important
vlco mndo In thceo columns thnt the matters of transportation whlla In tha
purchasers of feugar Blocks tills eca- city, In a way that would assure tho
son baso their plans on thrco-nnd-onc- extension of tho Tlnpld Transit
half-cent sugar. I through to Kort Shatter and tho naval
It-Is the old story of a two years station at Pearl Hnrbor. Whqthor ho
high price of sugar In tho world's will do It or not depends principally
markets stirring tho European .farm- on how deeply ho Is Impressed wjilla
ers to plant large crops of. sugar 'li'cre with tho need for aggressive op
beets. And' they-aro .or will lio flood- orations for' the development of con
Irig. the market. , In addition to this n'cctloris between tho town and tho
Cubn'ij.crop Is nlwnys Increasing,, ns nrinj'' and navy ppBts.
Cuba Is tho natural sugar cane coun- ' ' ,
try of tho world., .. Holllilay 'Miijr Cotiic.
. , I There was iv report current during
ruliiin .5i('ciiliit((iu. . , , tho week that Adnrnl Ilnllhlny Is, to
In this connection!, It, la reported, In' visit llic city ngnln.. If Admiral, Hol
so'mo of tho journaia thnt , tho, spec- Ildny nnd.Quartcrmnstpr'Oonornl AJo
uhitors pf Croat, Drlfnln aro(,turriliip sh'lro woro to work together to push
to ci'li.i Tlicy huvq cot through with operations in xnoir rospoctivo depart
tl'o r- t,o I'ooni, of tho Malay States
id ,i " ' 'Ing led, ln,toi Inveg'tmonf In
Cubun u..'icutural sc'qurltfes It Is
claimed hatt tho Ixindon excitement
r C' i.twlll soon 'be as marked as
H wii ut oue time over rubber, 'nnd
tho South African speculations.
mtnts tliere would bo lively times In
Our On n Crop.
Conditions ns regards our own
Biigar croji conttnuo satisfactory. This
season's crop Is coming along well
nnd, although in nro labor could .bo
used, there Is, no serious pinch 're
ported. Tlio weather conditions, par
ticularly on Kauai, have, been vory
Downtown' building opRrntlons jinvo
begun1 to attract attention as n' result
of tho conviction gradually working
through the heads ot 'tho peopto' and
the Investor,? that this .city is bound
to grow. ,
Tho Charles lirewcr Estate has bo-'
gun opening up tho passagowuy be
tween Hotel and King streets nnd w)l
probably soon begin construction of
tho b'ulIdlngB In' rear of tho Kort
street proporty so us to glvo clIcntH
tllrro the spaco they, aro so anxiously
"" . fr
, 1-M II.
Por eating, drinking and cook
Pure, DeJIclcus, Nutritious
ll.;lil,ml 1'. S. r.Uol Offlra
JJrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tilts'
Baker's Cliocolatfc (unswect
. ened), l-2.11ii"cakcs
,.' Gcrjnan Bw'ect Chocolate, ,
," Ji-1 lJakcs ! )
for Baft ij Lcadlnf Cioctri In Itototulu
Walter Bakr & Qo. Ltd.
D6RCHE5TER, mass, u. s. a.
l yau'-uiuncai iwviuo iii
Said He Vould Go o Prison
Rather Than, , Stand ..
Second) Trial. - '
"I nm hot guilty of tho crlmo, hut
I had rather plead guilty and get u
year than slay In Jail awaiting u
now trial," said Yanngl, In' the'crlm
Inal court this morning.
The Japancio was tried n short
timo ago fn the cjinrgo ot iifsnult
with u weapon with Intent to com
mit murder,' and the Jury' could not
reu.h' n verdict In the caso. '
. When. .Vniuigl made bin tlntcmclit
heforo tho couit, Judge Cooper told
him thnt It was not tho Intention of
the court tonccqpt a jilea of guilty
from a man who was not guilty.
This was explained to the Japan
ese and ho replied that If ho could
get a year rontciico.by pleading to n
lessor ehurgo ho wpujd do so,' for ho
wns guilty -of shooting the revolver
and scaring people. '
Op this statement tho court pass
ed sentouco of from one to. two yenru
at hard labor, with nll costs Emit
ted, remarking that lip thought tho
jnnanceo-niut havo somo tjlnio Jiov
cls, for tho actions of Yanngl with
thegtm wcro spectacular ln tho ex
treme ITn .1,,,, fl.n .lnnrn nf ll.n limisn
and ljegan shooting around promts-
Actlvo plans are being mndo for the
Sock quotations during tho week erection of a building opposite , the
havo been ruled almost exclustvoly Young Hotel on Dlshop street. Noth
by tlio news from Cuba, and Jjejiros- Jngjoxnctly definite Jm's been reached
pccflvd prlco pf'iriigarr"Tfiowholo jl'st ' beyond tho fact that tho discussion, is
went up on tlio newspaper dispatches serious. If this proporty 'Is; occupied
and down ngaln on. tho Information It will glvp Honolulu u principal re
given nut by Aloxunder &. Duldwlo. tall street with 'no streetcar track.
and tho further. .drop 'In 1h6"irlco, of Tfierorls r iirol.i'blllty that this r"vhon, sciiteuce was passed upon him
i U ,yufi,ij,,iK in in in piicuu lui u jmi
cuously nnd was arrested on a seri
ous' charge. " , ,
Tho charge on which Ynnagl was
ECtcnceil was ptsanlt. With. .a, dane.or
'lip bowed thrco- times In rapid
succccslon us ho'criWcd tlio court
room nuit the samotnumbor of tlrnoa
Tjiro' has been, ' fir building may, lio' constructed so nb
chanco.Jn llln rnnilltlnn nt Ihn nlrtnJ rlvnlhn cllv. nddltlnnnl lintfl snaCeL , at least. Iik. ho' desired
tatlon' proikcr'lios. "1 "- yv'.- , ; 'V'y Hiid, jhofo 'beeii.a sotloiijjrpvld-
Wiilaliiiinml Plgijecf. aro two. of tjio, Tourists. i
stocks that appear' llkftly to ha-o-5 Spcflkjnur.gf )iotps,,tho icports from
reached. the tiedro'ck prleo fdlitho. sen- the Promotion Committee nil promise.
son, as their, rogiiln'r dividends, Ilko that Honolulu wll this winter1' hnvp
those of nil tho principal plnntntlon's tho largest tourist season It has over
I will, bo contjnucd through tho coming known, Kxccrslon parties aro nego
year, unless something very unox- tiatlng with tho regular steamship
peeled happens on 'the plantations or lines, and special. oxciirslons from Sc-
.In tho world markets. attlo. nnd Los Angeles aro, belong'
I t r talked, mo tscattio excursion may bo
jMonrjr, JTiirkt-t. consldere,!!, ,celrt(ilntyr Tlio Ixis Ari-
in view of, thesp conqltlnns(nt. tha golos gehemo win bo accepted ns cer-
source of Hawaii's income the money tnln wpen Jt materializes. Tho llrs't
market tins, ot courso taken on n inoro Ljs Angelca excursion ha( tlio nls-
ronscrvntlye tone, although It ennnot foriuno to bo unfortunate In the solcc-
bo snld that tho market Is tight. Upn n. Its steamship. That gavo n
LThls U tho tlmo of year when tho black eye to tho whole trip.! Although
' liiilltro find' II f,,lvlu,liln in mlrannl, tt T 10 Annlou 1n. tnlliw, AVM,.Kui.n
some extent as taxes will be paid, be- more than anyfother city of tho Qoa'st,
tween now'hnd,. tho Ilftee4flirof;No''ltJias'"ncvtr sent n, party , hero' direct
' Tho suggostlpn has been mndo that STOCK MARKET JS
I'HB punishment' for. '.vrumsyliou':i
shooting iio ,woul,d; kayo lieen son
.tenced under, that. "' .' .
Inter-Island nnd'O. It. &,U Qhlpplng
boqks for salo,- at thollullot In'
ofllco. 00c each!
extern as taxes win ue paiu,De- more man any T)iner city ot tno voai
now'hnd.. tho imeojjfhf of)No'ltJias'"ncvtr sent n, party .horo'dlrc
rk & & 't $, "-J t A ftislncetneqvcniful trlKoKthVohlo.
MORTGAGE AND LOAN CO.
P. E. R. STRAUCH, Representative, 74, South King . Street, Honolulu, T. H.-
lllli mill Kith Hours, M'lillli'il'ltltlir., Kill (ienry .ilrtel, Sun Francisco, California! tili (It Wtrns Xallunal Hank llullilliig, l.os Aiiki'Iis 't'lilUornliu
.'.IT llcnrj lliilldiut.'.' Seiitllc, Miihliliigluni 'M Itullilcis' i:cham.'i', lVluiilicr, ('lunula, 'rw VorU oflli'iM Miirnlii Stock - II r Co., IMS
; .JuiithrUiri' llhlii.llcrajd S.i.uiu. ' , , . ,. ., ..A ' .. . ..M , I
tho period of monoy stringency dur
ing tho tax tlmo, would bo somewhat
iijlevliited It the payers of 'large taxes
would mako their payments, previous.
to Uio last, week or tlife.'tax, navlnlr
tjmo, .ThfsVould dlstrlbutd tho ijay-''
mentn over a wider period, supply tho
i;pvernment with ample funds 19 car
ry, Jn the. treasury und nllp.w It to 1m-
mediately redeposlt the surplus In Uio
banks wherp It will reenter cnornl
Tho moral of this suggestion Is (bat
(to pay your taxos early you might ns
'.1st In preventing tight monoy ut tnx
' Ah a matter of. fart there Is a gront-
qr prospect nf innnpj- tio'liig tight at
the May lax-paying, Jlmo, t(iai now.
fp tlio'.s'pl liit;. the' btiiilts'AVo 'fbolllig
Uie pressure of tho plantation over-'"-'
STJLL GOING DOWN
Reaction After Cuban Reports
i Finds Expfessionin Db'.
ijecedjng prices marked tlio local
sugar market today, 'the saqcharln'e
securities' following the trend of yes
terday, a reaction from tho boom
caused by tho unfavorable reports
Oahu and Ohio, were the leading
stocks today in point p'( trading,
many' blocks of varying jllzes 'chang
ing hnndn. niiinIsj'nw. (Tnil thorn nro
a good many purchasers.
IVcckJy llullotln fl per renr.
Water to Bo Shut v0ff...
Tlio (iovcrnmi'iit wator will be'
shut off between tho hours ot 8:3d.
u, m. and 3 p,; nio," vhilojuaklng'
now connoctlonsij, toStlie main plpd;
systepi, onI.unalilo 'troet naVflir as'
Hncltfeld.'' Itiiplolanf, (Jrecn, Mnga
line, Sponcor, 'rospoit and Wilder
aveiiuo to Maklkl street, on Monl
day, October 21, 1910.
J. M. I.ITTLB.
Supcrlntcndelit, llotiolulii" Vatec'
. 4TSt5-lt;; I, '
SEALED TENDERS,, l
, Sealed Tenders will bo, ropelvcd atj.'
tjieofflcoof the Huperintehilciit of
PutiUp,, Wprlis until lg m;' Df T''c'
day, Noypmher "1, Itt'lO, for' an ox
tension and alteration of tho Hack
feld'whar.f shed. ' ' I
The right Is reserved In reject any
or all bids.' ' ""'r
October 22, 1910. ' 470GU0t