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CornDosing the Officers and Director
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
Los Ancjelcs, Cal.
Gentlemen: Rcfcrrinji to your request for information
in regard to business standing of the Officers and Directors
of the Lake View No. 2 Oil Company, we beg leave to report
The President of the Company. Mr. Irving L. Pruyn. is
a man of wide business experience, who for eight years serv
ed as cashier and director in the First national Bank of
Onconta, New Yorfc. For fourteen years ho was cashier and
director in the F "-st National Bank of Bainbridgc, New York,
and during that time he was President of the Onconta Mill
ing Co. of Oneop'n, New York. His late efforts have been
confined to Presidency of Buffalo Milk Company and Director
and Largest Stockholder in the Queen City Dairy Company of
Buffalo, New York, the largest Milk and Dairy Company in
the United States. Mr. Pruyn has lately moved to Los An
cjelcs and has become identified with the Oil Industry of Cali
fornia, being one of the Stockholders in the famous LAKE
VIEW GUSHER. As President he will bring to this Company
the benefit of THIRTY YEARS of active business experience
wilh corporations that have been universally successful,
BANK REFERENCES: German American Bank, Bank
of Buffalo, Union Stock Yards Bank. All of Buffalo, N. Y.
First National Bank, Oneonta, N. Y: First National Bank,
Bainbridgc, N. Y.
The Vice-President of the Company is Dr. Clarence H.
White, of Los Angeles, Cal., formerly of Grand Rapids, Mich
igan. For fourteen years the Doctor served as President of
the Grand Rapids Medical College of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
and the Doctor points with pride to the fact that three of his
v former students arc successful practitioners of Los Angeles.
Doctor White for fifteen years, served as Division Surgeon
for the Pennsylvania Railroad and has had the following hon
ors conferred upon him, due to his high standing as a pro
fessional man of affairs in the community in which he lived:
United States Pension Examiner; United States West
Point Examining Board; Chief Surgeon Reed City Hospital,
Reed City, Michigan; Surgeon of the Butterworth, U. B. A.
Saint Mary's Detention Hospitals, and Children's Home,
Grand Rapids, to'ch.; City Physician and member of Board
of Health, Grand Rap.ds, Mich.; President Michigan State
Medical Society; President Osccolo Med cal Society; Vice
President Fort Wayne Medical College Alumni Association;
President White and Brainard Lumber Company, Grand
.Dr. White has been identified with the Oil Industry of
California two years. He is one of the original Stockholders
of the LAKE VIEW GUSHER. Bank References: State Bank
of Michigan, Grand Rapids, Michigan. People's Savings
Bank, Grand Rapids. Michigan. Fourth National Bank, Grand
Rapids, Michigan. Commercial National Bank, Los Angeles,
Mr. Floyd White, Secretary of the Company, is a
young business man of this city, who before coming to Cali
fornia, served three years as Secretary of the Valley City
Pharmacal Company, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and four
years as President and Manager of the Brainard Lumber
Company, of Benton, Arkansas. Since coming here he has
been dealing in Lumber and Timber Lands. Mr. White is al
so a Stockholder in the LAKE VIEW GUSHER and resides at
No. 107 Union Avenue. BANK REFERENCES: Salina Coun
ty Bank, Benton, Arkansas. People's Bank, Benton, Arkan
sas. Kent County Savings Bank, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Security Savings Bank. Los Angeles, California. Commercial
National Bank, Los Angeles, California.
Mr. Fred D. Griffith, Treasurer of the Company, is a
practicing attorney of this city, and is a man of wide business
experience, having served six years as President and Di
rector of the Marble City Bank, of Knoxvillc, Tenn., and was
also a Stockholder of the Union Bank of that city. Mr.
Griffith was for five years President and General Manager
of the "Southern Foundry and Machine Company," one of
the largest manufacturing concerns in Knoxvil'e, Tenn. This
concern opertcd two Foundries and a large Machine shop, it
extensively engaged in the Manufacture of Car Wheels and
heavy castings. He is identified with a number of business,
banking and manufacturing interests of this city. He is a
Stockholder in the Home Savings Bank, of Los Angeles. Mr.
Griffith is also fortunate in being a Stockholder in the LAKE
VIEW GUSHER. Mr. Griffiths resides at No. 323 South Bon
nie Brae Street, Los Angeles, Calif.
BANK REFERENCES: National Bank of Commerce,
Broadway Bank and Trust Company, Commercial National
Bank, all of Los Angeles, California, and Commercial Bank
of Pasadena, California.
Mr. Chas. F. Off, Superintendent and Field Manager of
the Company, is a gentleman who has applied the greater
part of his life in developing the Oil Industry of Southern Cal
ifornia. Mr. Off is the gentlem an who located, promoted and
The Pond Dairy
offers for sale at the rate of SI per quari absolutely pure
from certified healthy cows maintained under perfectly san
TELEPHONE 2800, and also for sale by Henry May &
Co., 0. J, Day & Co., and'j M. Levy & Co,
ot Lake View No. 2 Oil Company
financed the now World's Famous LAKE VIEW GUSHER and
served as its Manager and Superintendent until the first oil
sand was entered. Mr. Off may be called a pioneer in the
Oil Industry in the Los Angeles district. The three wells of
his Company, now operating at First and Union Avenue, arc
among the oldest in the Los Angeles district.
Mr. Off is connected with the following dividend paying
properties: Manager and Director of the Rice Ranch Oil Co.,
Manager and Director of the Whittier Crude Oil Co., Manager
and Director of the Off Crude Oil Co. Mr. Off resides at Fvq.
104 North Union Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal.
BANK REFERENCES- United States National Bank. Oil
and Metals Bank, Farmers and Merchants Bank, all of Los
Mr. Frank P. Wells, formerly of Buffalo, N. Y., member
of the Board of Directors of this Company, is President of the
Wells Boat Oar Co., of Buffalo, N. Y., and De Vails Bluff,
Arkansas. For nearly thirty years this Company has manu
factured a large part of the boat oars used by the U. S. Gov
ernment in its Navy, Revenue and Life Saving service. Mr.
Wells has been in the Lumber and Timber business and for
years served as President of the Arkansas Land and Timber
Company of Little Rock and De Vails Bluff, Arkansas. Mr.
Wells is a graduate of Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan,
and for thirty years has served as trustee of this College.
Although Mr. Wells has been spending the winters in
California for the past ten years, it is only since his becoming
interested in the LAKE VIEW GUSHER that he has decided to
locate permanently in Los Angeles. He is now building a
home in Hollywood.
BANK REFERENCES: Fidelity Trust Company, Bank
of Buffalo, Union Stock Yards Bank, all of Buffalo, N. Y., and
Bluff City Bank, of De Vails Bluff, Arkansas.
Mr. D. W. Wickersham is another mqmber of the Board
of Directors of this Company, who was formerly in the bank
ing business before going in to Oil in California. He is Pres
ident of the Bank of Safford, Safford, Arizona. For fifteen
years he has been President of the Gila Bank and Trust Co.
The principal place of business of this Company is at Moltena,
while it has branches at Clifton, Safford and Globe, Arizona.
Hejs also Stockholder and Director of the. Wickersham Mer
cantile Company, of Safford, Bowie and. Globe, Arizona. Mr.
Wickersham has gone into the Oil business extensively since
coming to California, and to date, each of. the Companies he
has identified himself with has proved a winner, beside be
ing a Director in the Lake View No. 2 Oil Company and one
of the largest Stockholders of the LAKE VIEW GUSHER, he
is Vice-President and Director of the California Midway Oil
Company, of Taft, and Stockholder in the. Combination Mid
way Company, also the American Oil-fields Company. Mr.
Wickersham resides at No. 744 South Beacon Street, Los
BANK REFERENCES: First National Bank, of Los An
There is possibly no man in the Oii business in Southern
California who has had greater and more varied business
experience than has Chas. B. Judd, member of the Board of
Directors of this Company. For twelve years he served as
Vice-President and General Manager of the Bisscll Carpet
Sweeper Company of Grand, Rapids, Michigan, a concern
that manufactures 95 per cent of all the Carpet Sweepers
made in this country. Mr. Judd has been a successful lum
berman in Northern-Michigan and has extensive lumber in
terests in Northern California and in Oregon. For eight years
he was Secretary and Manager of the Grand Rapids Vaneer
Works. He is prominently identified in banking circles in his
home city. Mr. Judd has spent his winters in California for
the past eight years and has made the Lankershim hotel of
this city his winter headquarters ever since this hotel was
opened to the public. Mr. Judd is prominent in automobile
circles, being one of the prime movers in the Automobile Club
BANK REFERENCES: National City Bank, Kent State
Bank, Michigan Trust Co., Fourth National Bank and Old Na
tional Bank, all of Grand Rapids, Mich.
Mr. David G. Cole was for many years engaged in
ranching. He conducted his various farms in such a success
ful and businesslike manner that he made a fortune. For
the past few years he has been doing a successful Real Es
tate business in Orange County. Mr. Cole resides at No. 71 1
North Main Street, Santa Ana. California.
BANK REFERENCES: Commercial Bank, Farmers and
Merchants National Bank, Orange County -Savings Bank,
Santa Ana Savings Bank, Santa Ana, California.
Trusting this is the information desired, we are,
Yours very truly,
LAKE VIEW NO. 2 OIL CO.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, General Sales Agent,
1139 Fort St. Phone 3020.
AND YOU WANT A QOOD
JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
WASHINGTON, U. C. Dec. 9.
To avert a tlucntened deficit In the
tlc.isury, the government Ik lonlom
plating tlio Issuun a or mure I'uii.imn
Canal ..(instruction bonds.
TcmUij a conference win held by
Soaelury or tlie Treasury McVeugh
Willi Senator Aldrlcb In regard to the
mutter, and It Is ieiurtcd that the
tecietnry and the Mnan iter ot tho
Senate have agreed that a bond Issuo
Is the only way out of the deficit
pioKpect tho treasury fares.
The drain on tho working balance,
ot the tieaniiry of tho Panama drafts
has been heavy, and tho nniount of
money on band may wion bo ex
hausted. DRAFT NEW STATE
PHOENIX. Ariz., Dec. 'J. Tlio
mcmbciH of tho constitutional con
vention, drafting a State constitution
to be submitted to tho voters of tho
new State, have con luded their la
bors and tho convention adjourned to
night. The proposed constitution contains
many radical feature. One of thoso
provides for tho referendum and re
call, tlio latter to apply to all State
olfireis, including the members of tho
The election for tho ratification of
the constitution will be held on Feb
CREEL'S SON CAPTURE IS FAKED.
CITY OF MEXICO, Dec. 9. The re.
port sent out today from San An
tonio, Tex., that tho Mexican revo
lutionists had captured the Bon ot
i:nrliiuo C. Creel, minister of foreign
relations In the Diaz cabinet, and
cie holding him as a hoMnge, is n
fake. The son of the minister is In
this city and has not been in the
State of Chihuahua since tho revolu
tion broke out.
OII DUTY IN LINCOLN'S TIME.
DUIlUQc'E, Iowa, Do 9. Colonel
U. I'. Crawford, U. S. A., retired, who
was the commander of tho troops
which guarded Mrs. Surratt and tho
others convicted ot the assassination
of President Lincoln nnd who sur
rounded the gallows at tho time of
the execution, died nt his homo hero
today. He was 80 years old,
WILL GIVE TOTAL FIGURES.
WASIIINCiTON, I). C Dec. 9.
The otncinls of the census bureau
piomiFcd today that thoy will an
nounce the figures of tho total, pop
ulation of the United StateB tomor-
Tho totol ,wlll approximate 91
t SHOCK IN CUBA.
SANTPHO I)B CUIIA. Dec.
Tho Iklnnd of Cuba experienced n
heavy earthquake shoiik today.
NEW AND 0LD"lN
Tho Hawaiian Klcctrlcol Co. has n
decorati'd window, that in Bpito of
Us modernness, has n Biiggestloji of
the old-tasliloned homo. The decora
tions nro moro or less modern because
they are electrical, but tho setting Is
that of tho last century. A fair Imi
tation ot a fireplace, sm mounted by n
clock that points to twelvo, and two
stockings hanging from tlio chimney
mantle, complete tho suggestion of n
homo that Santa has just visited. Tho
electrical display In tho forward part
of tho company's window shons nil
assortment of electrical goods that
would make good picsents for ono's
wot I.I) i.nckkasi: su,aiiii:s.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion I'opo returned from Illlo yester
day, viheie ho held a meeting with n
number of school officers and inci
dentally looked Into tho criticism that
had been leveled nt School Inspector
King for remaining nine days in Illlo
during tho course of his last Inspec
tion trip. It now appears that Mr.
King's stay In Illlo wus due to tho
fact that his baggagu hud gono nstray.
Data Is also being secured by Sup
erintendent I'ope In connection with
preparing n new schedule of teachers'
suhules to be presented to the noxt
Legislature nnd In which It Is figured
to strlko an average of about $609 n
year on tho third class certificate and
tho becond and first class certificates
Teople of open mind having Dla
heteii or hnvlng friends who have,
can hear of something to their ad
vantage if they will call. Helpful
diet list free.
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Hard coughs arc bad enough, to
be sure. But it's often the lit
tle, hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there is a his
tory of weak lungs in the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of every bottle of Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask him if this med
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
tntitti ty Dr. I, C. h" tt C.. lw.tl. Mm., U. S. A.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT. TERRITORY
OF HAWAII. HOLDING TERMS
IN THE CITY AND COUNTY
MAItSTON CAMPHELL, Superin
tendent of Public Works of the
Territory of Hawaii, I'lalntllT
and Petitioner, vs. ISAI1ELLA
II. WOODS et nl Defendants
THE TERRITORY OP HAWAII to
thi: man sheriff ot the
Territory of Hawaii, or his
YOU AltH COMMANDED to sum
mon I3AIIBI.UA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS and MOL
LIE WOODS, his wife; MARY
ALICE I1LUETT nnd P. W. P.
I1LUETT, her husbnnd; JAMES
PRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wlfo; SAMUEL PARKER WOODS
and ROSE WOODS, his wife; MA
DEL ROI1ERTSON I1ECKLEY and
HENRY I1ECKLEY, hor husband;
MAUD WOODS; LUCY WOODS; R.
SHINGLE, ERNEST WODE
HOUSE and ALLAN W. T. I10T
TOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOIIALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its
principal office at Piiuhue, District of
Kohaln. Island and Torrlto. of Ha
waii; JOHN DOE, MAHY DOE, and
RICHARD DOE, unknown owners
and claimants, defendants, In onse
thoy shall fllo written answer with
in twenty days after service heieof
to be nnd appear before the said
Circuit Court nt the term thereof
pending Immediately n(tcr tho oxpl
latlon of twenty days after K'rvico
hereof; provided, however, It no
term ho pending nt such time, then
to be and appear before tlio said
Circuit Court at tho next succeed
ing term thereof, to wit, tho Jan
nary 1911 Term thereof, to he hold
on nt tho City nnd County of Ho
nolulu, on Monday, the ninth day
of January noxt', nt 10 o'clock n.
m., to show cause, why judgment
of condemnation of tho lands de.
scribed In tho Petition horeln and
for any other relief demanded In
tho petition Bhnuhl not be nwarded
to Marston Campbell, Superintend
ent of Public Works, pursuant to tho
tenor of Ills annexed Petition.
And havo ou then there this
Wilt with full return ot your pro
WITNESS tho Honorable Presld-J
Ing Judgn of tho Circuit Court or
tho First Clr ult, nt Honolulu nfore-j
paid, th's 1st day of September,
(Sgd.) HENRY SMITH.
(Endorsed) L. No. 7202, Reg. 3,
pg. 105, Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii. Marston
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Works of the Territory of Hawaii
PIff, and Petitioner, vs. Isabclln H
Woods' et als Dcfts, and Respond
ents. Original summons filed and
Issued September 1, 1910, at 2:25
o'clock p. in. A. K. Anna, Asst,
Clerk. Returned October 4, 1910,
nt 1:05 p, m. A. K, Aonn. Asst. Ro
Issued for further sorvlce tills 4th
day of October, 1910, at 1:55 o'clock
p, m. A, K. Aonn, Asst. Clerk,
Torrltory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu, ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Cir
cuit Couit of the First Judicial Cir
cuit, Tcrtltnry of Hnwnll, do here
by certify the ftfregolng to ho a full,
true nnd corieot copy of the orlg
Innl summons In tho case of Mar
ston Cnmpboll, Superintendent of
Public Works of the Territory of
Hnwnll, vs, Isabella II. Woods et
nls., as tho samo lemnlns of record
and on file In the om'e of the Clerk
of raid Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand nnd affixed
tho Seal of said Circuit Court this
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
. CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Under power of snlo contained In
n mortgage dated September Uth,
1909, mndo by Mary Pakele Kawal
mnka of Knhuluu, North Kona, Ha
waii, Elizabeth Pookapit of Watnken,
Illlo, Hawaii, and David Kahananul,
of illlo, Hawaii, mortgagors, to J.
Alfred Mngoon, Trustee, Mortgagee,
recorded In tho office of the Reglstrur
of Conveyances In Honolulu, In Hook
325, page 52, notlre Is hereby given
that the said Mortgagee Intends to
forccloso said mortgage for condi
tions broken, to-wlt: non-payment
of prliv.'jpal and interest when due;
Notice Is likewise given that tho
lands covered by the said mortgngo
will be told at public auction nt tho
auction rooms of Jnmcs F. Morgan,
Kahumauu Street, Honolulu, City
nnd County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturday, the Tth day
of Janunry, A. D. 1911, ot 12 o'clock
noon of said day.
Terms: Cash U. S. Oold coin, deed
nt the expense of the purchaser, to
bo prepared by tho Attorneys for tho
Honolulu, T. II., Dec, 3, 1910.
(Signed) J. ALFRED MAOOON,
MAOOON & WEAVER,
188 Merchant Street,
Attorneys for Mortgngeo.
The property covered by tho said
mortgage nnd to be sold as aforesaid,
All of the right, title nnd Interest
of thn mortgagors In tho premises,
described as follows:
That portion of tho lnnd situated
on the Southeast stdo of Nuuanii
Street, Honolulu, City nnd County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, be
ing about 3G3 feet makai of tlio
South corner of School and Nuunnu
streets, being the samo promise"!
conveyed to the mortgagors by deed
of Henry K. Snlffen, dated July 20,
1909, re orded In Hook 31 C, pngo
387, being n deed of partition be
tween tho heirs of Elizabeth Ipuhao
Snlffen, formerly wlfo of J. Mnkana
heleho'e, being n portion of tho
premises described In L. C. A. 1585
to Knlua, said mortgagors having ac
quired their Interests as heirs at law
ot Elizabeth Ipuhao Snlffen, who
died IntPRtnte, said premises being
described by metes nnd bounds ns
lleglnnlng nt n driven iron bolt
on the Southeast side ot Nuunnu
Avenue, 1217.7 feet North, nml
2559.3 feet V"st from Oov't Survey
Trig. Station Puownlnn, and from
which the South corner of Nuunnu
Avenue and School Street is by truo
Azimuth nnd distance, 221 13'
119.7 feet as shown on Oov't Survey
Registered Map No, 1707, and run
ning by true azimuths as follows:
1. 221 13' 54 2.10 feet nlong
fence nlong Nuuanu
2. .115" 20" 38 Vt feet along fen'o
along Waterhouso In
vestment Co., Ltd..
3. 307" 15' 123 9-10 feet nlong
fonoo on concreto
coping nlong Wnter
hoiife Investment Co.,
Ltd., lnnd to top of
South face of concreto
wnll on tho North sldo
ot Pnuoa Stream;
4. Then-e on a slight curvo along
the top South face of
said wall on tho N'irtli
side of Pnuoa Strram to
tho Southwest corner
of same, the direct
bearing and dlstanco
being 80 05' 87-2-10
5. 135" 26' 107 0-10 feet nlong
fonco nlong Mrs. noso
laud to tho Initial
ArcT 7530 Square Feet.
And being tho samo premises do
scribed In paid above described mort
gage dated Sept. 11, 1909, nnd in
corded In Hook 325, pages 52 to 55
4789-Dec. 3, 10, 17, 2 4.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
024 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Box G48 Telephone 2035
Conducts all classes ot Audits nnd
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work
Suggestions Riven for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
17th day of November, 1910,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court or tho
Flist Circuit, Territory of Ha
wull. Aloxander Lindsay Jr., Attorney
(ieneral, and Arthur O. Smith, Dep
uty Attnrney-Genornl, for tho poll.
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