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THii REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JUNE 22. 1902.
imiJuiLjaBvaerw,j''M!w!f miii urn iiiiiiinfi iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiinr i
KfS:! Capital, 15,900,080
Incorporated Under the Laws of Arizona.
Full Paid and
(VslNES LOCATED IN
Pacaeho Basin, San Diego County, California.
I'KOrKltTY comins of 2S ciaims. the Fleetwing. Bull Domingo. Old Reliance.
I'lini. K. ('allfnrnia. I.la Fail. Golden. O. K., Golden Casket Mars, Goshen, Old
Colorar.n. Mlna Rica. North Holt. Apache. Old liable. Oneida, Almirn. Rica Tlcrra.
Venus. West. West Goshen. Dulrinea. Golden Rule. Valentine, Helen Mars, Gold
Key. Old Glory, liars S. E. Ex. and San George.
Also, a continuous tract or land connecting the rnlr.ej with the mills. The mill
slto lovers W acres, with h frontage of over 1,000 ft. on the Colorado River.
There Is no question that modem mining when properly conduetd offers far
ureal, r inducements to the Investor of capital than any other form of investment,
and certainly non- m..re profitable than Gold Mining: the product of your mine
i" the hnaneiul foundation of the world, the demand for which never fails, the
market is never overstocked, tho price seldom fluctuates. Wars, elections, stagna
tion of business, even panics, have no effect on gold mining. The Government
1 your market place, ami the whole world is your ready customer.
Therefore, only two questions arise as to the advisability of Investment the
quantity and value of the ore. the reliability, capability and responsibility of the
ttlcers and managers of the company.
PERSONNEL OF THE COMPANY.
on the eood of the order arouwd much enthus
iasm. The camp donated 15 In cash for the Fair
ti rounds celebration, and the members pledcea
themselves for another rrize for one of the ath
Mount Alburn Oamn initiated four candidate
Ian Friday evening, had a ood attendance and ,
an Interesting ratreUmr. Past Consul commander j
Duncan M. "Wilson of Wald Camp presided dur
ing Initiatory work, which was very Impressive. :
The camn aDDrODrlated a. handsome Durse for a ,
plM at the Fair Ground celebration, to which
tfoerelpns Kicker, Bacon. Snldejar anC others
will add an additional prize for a special event.
America Camp initiated one candidate Tikr
dav evening, had a largo attendance and an
interesting meeting. Ten dollars was donated to
Centru! Ounp for thn Fair Grounds celebration.
It wa decitd to hold the annual out Ins of the
camp In conjunction with Oakland Camp, a com
mitter, headed hv halrman IturtlMt. of the lat
ter cimp. being prerent.
Hickory "atnp made preparations for au .-scurf-ion
at Wednesday vtnlriK's meetlnr and had
a cccd attendarre. AitElrtaut Clerk Joseph Mnn-
troilUs nkH hi hmlhr rttfmlon In hi nrent
it next Wednesda evcrtlnn'n meeting, and aIo -J
extend? an imitation to "choppers, as cicnrs
uIM be on Joe the wedding to take place on the
Golden Hod (iriT. So. ?i at th" regular meet
ing he!,; KrMay the tSth tr.5t- had n larre mem
lerkhlp present, and after the regular order of
buplnej n good tlm ua indulged In. Every
one spoke of our comlnr picnic, to be held Sun
day June 12. at Morlsche'p Uro.r. 6TCO Maple
avenue. The commtttee is doing all It can to
nuke It a success.
an Interesting talk on how the first council was
South Side Council had a well-nttended meeting
at Its lat session. The Knclire Tournament in
augurated last fall has been closed and enter
tainments more suited for the summer season
have been adopted. Remarks of an Interesting
and instructive nature wert: made by T. J.
Stanley and others.
Kansas City Council has made considerable
progress in the present year, regardless of thtf
hot weather. Candidates nre Initiated and ap
plications iecehei at each meeting.
Several requests ve b-en received by the
advlsorj' scribe to postpone the Itoul l-ague
banquet on ncoount f the hot weather. The
matter will be dl?cursed at the meeting of Com
mittee on Stt of the Order next Snturdav
evening at 4 he home of u- T. Newman. No. ZIZi
3J HE IB ii
l.uiliex of the Grand Army of the
Tlio order has bevn specially favored latelv by
visits of sillers from other parts of the Stat..
Th department treafurer. Mr. Su It. Appal,
has b.n the auest of Past Department Presi
dent ilrs. Jlary M- Stark. Rh has returned
t Iier home in Hannibal. While here she at
tended th. euchn given bv Uzbeth Noble Circle.
No. 4. capturing the third prize. Mrs. Stark
wv-n the second and Mrs. Grenetvald the flrt.
Past Department Treasurer MrB. Jennie A.
O.iri ct Kansas City Is U.itlng Mrs. Ptarl.
and attndeil the last meeting of Cblonel AVm.
Henry Stark Circle. Xo. I.
Psartmfnt Senior Vice President Mrs. Susan
A. Fuller has returned from her Western trip.
Smrathv is extended to Mrs. Ellrahoth Aid
rich, secretary of Mzbeth Noble Ol'cle. So. i.
in the death cr her mother. Mrs. Harrington.
sho was lieloved by all.
JOHN P. JONES. President.
IL F. PETTIGHEW. Vice President and
Chairman Executive Committee.
L. DclV. SEAMAN. Secretary.
CHARLES H. FAY. Tieasurer.
IION. JOHN P. JONES, Gold HUL- Ne
vada, U. S. Senator and Mine Owner.
STILSON HUTCHINS. Washinston. D.
C. Publisher and Mine Owner.
HON. CHAS. A. TOWKB, New York
City. ex-U. S. Senator, Pre?. C. A.
Towne & Co.
HON. R. F. PETTIGREW, Sioux Falls.
S. V., ex-XJ. S. Senator.
HON. WILLARD TELLER, Ienver,
HON. SILAS B. DUTCHER. Brooklyn.
JOSEPH M. GAZZAM. Philadelphia. Pa..
Vice Pres. Quaker City Nat. Bank.
JACOB E. RIDGWAY. Philadelphia, Pa.,
Pre3. Quaker City Nat. Bank.
JAMES R. McCORTNEY, Washington,
D. C, Iron Manufacturer.
HON. ASHLEY W. COLE. Brooklyn. N.
Y.. Chairman Board of State R. R.
JOHN I. BISHOP. Civil Enclneer and
Director, Pittsburjr Coal Co., Philadel
N. Y Pres. of Hamilton Trust Co.
Knickerbocker Trust Company, 66 Broadway, N. Y., Registrars.
FIX THIS IN YOUR Md
Over 5 years has been spent In the de
velopment of these properties In order to
prove the continuity of the greatoOre
bodies and their value.
That the mines of this company have
been examined and passed upon by such
eminent experts as MAJOR H. G. CAT
LIN. MR. EMERSON GEE. MR. J. 1m
SHEPARD. MIL P. C. DuBols. Frank C.
Wriqht and MR. I. M. TAYLOR. No
Kentlemen stand higher In their profes
sion In this country and Europe have
unhesitatingly allltmed every claim
made by the company as to the extent
of these preat ore bodies opened up on
the property. Their reporta are on file
in our ofllce and open fcr Inspection.
That the Reduction Works, TChen.com-"
pbtl (a'bout July lsti, Hill be the lar-swt-'of
Its fc!na"lh Uie-'rnltccf States; .
v.ith a capacity of treating over 1.000
ions or ore per aay.
That the railroad has been completed
trom the mines to thn works, equipped
with two engines and P9 cars, the length
of the road heinir 5 miles.
That the present pay roll of the com
pany ronyfms of abot't 400 men, which
requires a monthly disbursement o.J18,
000. That It is the larsest deposit of low-!.-rade
ore In the country, carrying 'alues
from $3.i to 110.00 per ton. and many
rich streaks running much higher. THE
JtESERVES ARE WELL-NIGH INEX
HAUSTIBLE. IT HAS PROVEN TO
BE THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
THE BEST CONTINUING BODY OF
PAYING ORE TO BE FOUND IN ANY
MINING DISTRICT IN THE UNITED
STATES. AND DEVELOPED TO SUCH
A.N EXTENT THAT THE RICHNESS
lone after many of th best mines of the
present day are worked., out and forgot-
INVESTMENT, NOT SPECULATION
That this Is an Investment, not specu
lation, and the opportunity Is here of
"feted to those having Idle capital and
are looking for an Investment In agood.
substantial business proposition. "We-are
convinced ' that an Investment In the
snares Of The California. Kimr finlrt
,llnes Co. affords, greater opportunity
vi ciiuiiijuus enhancement, in vaiue, ana
In the future larger dividends, than any
thing offered to the public for several
year?, and If you make your investment
with th9 same expectation that you en
Aer into nnv nthfrr. ll-i nf stvirmaw vnti
tfKlt not be 'disappointed.- J - - i
That W r?fir tn lTrrCT unnn Tia
"public the fact that this Is a strictly
leitimata and an absolutely -solid, reli
able and responsible" organization, in the
hands "of men of National reputation,
who are fully satisfied that the property
which they have purchased Is one that
will make the Investment thoroughly
safe and profitable.
That we 60 not propose to misrepresent
or make any exaggerated statements,
but present to Investors a proposition
that will bear the closest Investigation.
That the rights and privileges of small
investors will receive the same care and
attention as the larger ones.
The capital has all been raised to pay
for the improvements that have been go
ing on for the past year, find the Com
ponv Is free from debt. The proceeds
from, the sale of the stock which we now
offer are to be used to pav for Ave addi
tional claims which the Company have
purcnasea, wnicn are or great value.
Lesion of Honor.
Kxoflslo' cuncH mrt cm Tufslar vninK
lai-t anl five applications itrte MM and n
applicant rlecteU to membership Thp Initia
tion of a UrR class of candidates will be the
featur of the n3tt regular meetlnr.
A creat deal of enthusiasm Is belnr manifested
nil alone the line from Alpha. No. L to Joplin.
Xo. 28, and considerable strife Is shemn arocnj
the mcmberB to see who 1I1 win the 130 and J2-
prize offered br the Executive Hoard for the
larscM number of new members brought in by
anj one member during the year 1502.
At the meeting of Unltv Council on Fridar
evening, sixteen appllcHtione were filed, ten
arpltcantF elected to memheryhlr. and sixtfen
cadMate were initiated, the second and third
dfffree being conterred by the initiation team
cf Ilnle IMrk Council. Visitors from other
council?, ar well an a. larjte attendance of
Unity! members:, wera present and the meetlnc
was an exceptionally good one.
The monthly statement Issued by Pupreme Re
corder White nnd Supreme Treasurer Hanlon
la greatly Appreciated bv the members, becau?e
it dhows the exact flnAnclal tandlnx of each
Fubonllnate council to the Supreme Council, and
we are told that, beginning with the June H-
sue, some very interesting fraternal notes will
be found on the back of ih statements, which
we hope will be read by e.ery member of the
Ftella Council held Its regular meetlne on
Friday evening. Six candidates were initiated
and several applications filed and much enthu
ftlafra was dlsplaved by all the members pres-
, ent. promises of applications to be filed at the
Inert meeting being made bv several.
Many members enjov the reception-rocm of the
Supreme Council office for a quiet noonday rest
: and chat with each other on the rood of th
I legion This readlng-rrom Is open to the mem
bers or tne craer at ail ncurs or the aay.
The Executive Jtoard held Its regular monthly
meeting on Saturday evening, transacted con
siderable routin buelneps and approved several
death losfes and ordered the same paid at once.
Alpha Council will meet on Tuesday even
ing, the 24th int.. when th candidates who
were Initiated at the last meeting will receive
the Second degree. Chairman Rae of the Com
mittee on Initiation has prepared ome new
features which he exrects to introduce at this
meeting. Brother Frederick O. Hollraann. who
joined Alpha In 1H6. died on the 13th of June
and wan buried on the 13th. Brother J. O.
Churchlll of the -wme council Is again confined
to Ms home with nines.
The following councils will meet thli wek:
Monday, St. luls and Lifayette; Tuesday,
Alpha: Wednesday, Irving; Thursday, Franklin;
Friday. Carondelet. Hvd Park. Unity, Stella,
Ivanhoe and Buena Vl?ta; Saturday, Comptoa
11111. Empire and Bonaparte.
AXD VALUES ARE AS9URED. and the j and the ownership of which will eave
property will continue to pay dividends .any possible litigation In the future.
The title to all the Company's property la perfect, and there is no litigation of
any kind- To supply funds for the payment of tills additional property we offer a
limited amount of the FULL-PAID NONASSESSABLE TREASURY SHARES
AT 53.00 PER SHARE! "We recommend this stock as a deelrable investment.
Now is Your Chance fo !Me a Safe, Profitable Investment.
Don't Wait-Send in Your Subscriptions TO-DAY.
Call or oddress all communications and send all subscriptions" for stock, copies
of Illustrated stockholders report to the authorized agents.
KnlehtH and Ladles) of Security.
Harmonv Council celebrated Its first meeting In
Its new hall at So. S61S Easton avenue by throw
ing wide Its hospital doom to all members and
their friend last Saturday evening. The even
ing's entertainment was a grand success in every
particular. Meetings every Saturday night here
after. McKlnley Council reports a very pleasant meet
ing tho IRth Inst:, with a goodly number of vis
itors present, and several applications received.
The council, through Its president. Doctor. Lehm
berg. extends a cordial invitation to all mem
bers In the rilv to remember Its meeting nights,
and the cordial welcome always awaiting them.
Anchor Home Council felicitates Itself over its
steady progression; ore initiation and three appli
cations at last meeting .Next Wednesday belcr
its last jtnejtiag -p.lfibt in the current qnarter, a
bhr" claa Is expected far Initiation to the credit
-cf the council in the banner contect.
security Council transacted business let lon
(' - e rcngt with an attendanc up to the aver
re. Two candidates were ln'tlated. President
Jone? of Anchor Home, Winkle of Garfield and
Ha Vine of Pride of the West were among th
vlrltom. President Tarling of scurlty Council
and Brothers Herb-son. Taylor. Mussulman, Cal
llson and Watts did much to add to the enjoy
ment of the evening bv their oratory and wit. A
sincere veto of thank was tendered the ladles
fcr the creditable manner in which they managed
tro third anniversary entertainment on the 9th
Inct, Mulc was furnished by the celebrated art
ists, Tandall and Kronesblen, who are always
much In evidence at Security Council meetintrs
Anchor Council No. St9. received five applica
tion for membership at lst meeting, and ex
pects to Initiate several candidates next Tues
Proicrleil flume CIrrlr.
Tower Grove Circle had a large meeting, -nd
in'ttnted six new candidates a lit ot n-w
names was prcer.tM for Investigation, and the
officer of the circle predict a "roll or honor"
memberhlj lxfre the surrnvr I gone. The
newlv elected grand president of MIsMmrt. Doc
tor U C. Hfrchenroeder. w.-m present, and
spike flattering words of lh srirtt cf work
and the good of the circle manifested bv the
Social Ieagu- Circle. No. VT. had a full house
and a ery enthusiastic meriing Nrw of tiers
were elected and will be Installed at the next
mneting. The Grand Circle ofneers will visit
the circle and uFslst In the installation. Stxrl.il
league now ha more trun 7 lneral-'rs.
Hope circle bad a good meeting, viocting the
officers for ths var. snd were favorwi bv the
grund president. Mr Hrhrnroeder. who made
an address to the members.
Benton I'lrcle. . U. had a good meeting
Wednesdav night. Kverythlng as to the work
and managt-ment of the circle for the coming
year was planned, with a few changes onlv In
the offlcerB. Good work is being done by the
circle, and the membership I Increasing. Brother
J. M. Carar-ber is still the deputy of the circle
and has done some nustung laieiy
Itainbow Circle has added some new members,
and more to follow, a a number of names bavi
been placed on file, and referred M the medical
examiner. ew manges were maue in me ciec
tlor of officers, a the old were deemed capa
ble, and with the best experlen' e to continue
Arlington Circle had a great time welcoming
new member, and setting up refreshment- to ev
Tybooy prerent Arlington now tand In third
place among the fifteen circles of the cliv. with
161 memUr. and is llsble to go higher Brother
Trail and New cum have been elected deput'e
of the circle, and tfcev are huMlers. and will
make a record. The rand president and otht-r
visitor. were in attendance and spoke checirg
Meetings for the riming week are a follow:
Missouri. No 331; Hobson No. 3U; Caronde!et,
4U: Compton. No. S25; World's Fair. No. 4"K;
Tyirlede No. 450; C.icuteau. No. tlGO. and Im
perial. No. S33.
Amerlcnn Order United Hrbrrivs.
The Supreme Council. Amriican Order I'nltM
Hebrews, obtained article of in orporatlon from
the ?ecretar o State last week. Its officers
are a follows: Gus Cytmn, supreme president.
Vlrhnel Novack. supreme first vice president; N.
Harrl supreme second vice president. Sam Pas
ternak, supreme secretary; Nathan Ievin. as
sistant supreme secretarj: M. Sherman, suprerre
trsurer. Incorporators in addition to the of
ficers include Ike Uovltsky John Kltman. M.
Sabe!. H Pelt2er. S. Greenberg. David Langah
and J. Tnblll. , , . .
The object of the new organization is to unite
fraternally all Hebrew American in St. touis.
Ioyaltv to the United States, the advocation of
gool government, furtherance of a political enuitr
movement and a desire for better educational
facilities In addition to the social features It
provide. President Cytrcn says, will be the coun
cil's chief features It is be'ieved tht within a
hort time the council will have affiliated w'th
It other similar Hebrew organizations embracing
a membership of 4.00) persons.
A Daily Shipment of Dividend Oil to Sugar Land.
STATE OF WASHINGTON IS
PUSHING WORK FOR FAIR.
707, 70S, 711 PIHE ST.,
LOU9S, fSO. ft
? u before purchaslnff. Thl Is the
original St. Louis Etock at a, posltlra rr-caun.
1'UXAS IXVEST3IEXT COJIPASV.
110 Laclede naildlos.
"GET THE FACTS.'
Oil Investors Journal.
The truth and nothing bot the truth
eonccralnc the Beaumont fl.ld and thr
bouthem oil fields. Accurate report on
all companl.j free to subscrlbera. Seni
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orees Oil Inieetora Journal. IJeaumont.
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By rpeclal arranB-ment with the rail
roads, -we will give to 100 ccareaoldtrs
first-class train ticket and berth In first
class Pullman sleeplne-oar. from any
point In the United States, to California
and return. A bona fide proposition for
adertls!nr purposes. Tickets good )
daya. California ccaat th finest summer
resort in the world. Write promptly.
Sail Benito Vineyards Corporation
ES-l-t-S Hayiverd Bulldlnc.
San rranclse- ...... California
I QUIOISiLVER IS
The Demand Exceeds the Supply.
THE MODOC CHIEF
QUICKSILVER MINING CO.
Is organized for the purpose of sup-
s"7"'s mo wuna -witn quicKEiiver.
Thcjr own 10 claims In Mendocino
County, California, which have ben
proven by assays to be the richest
quicksilver mines In the world. Mon
ey I9 noeded to pnt these mlnea
into operation. They will Jhen be
come bis dividend-payers.
Stock is now offered at
c Per Share
Par value $1.00, fully paid and non
assessable. Get In now. Buy while the stock
1e low. Tou can t lose. You risk
but little, and are sure to gain much.
Write at once if you desire fuller
particulars. Make nil checks, drafts,
and money orders payable to
GEO. 0. ROGERS,
311-14 Continental Bank Bldg.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Woman's Itellrf Corps.
From reporta received from all parts of the
Ptate Flaer' Day seems tn have been generally
observed and honored with appropriate Fervlc.
Erpeclally excellent exsrelres were he!d hv .Timtl
Ccrp-.. No. 1M. of Cape Girardeau, and by Far-racut-Thomas
Corp. No. 11, of Kansas City.
Mis. O. A. Wood of FatTagut-Thomas Corps and
Jlrs. Jennie A. Clrv. Tetrv of 'he same
corps, cf Kansas City, are visiting St. Louis.
Mrs. Clary accompanied Mrs. Mary M. Stark,
rast department secretary tn tht last meetlnr
cf General Madison Miller Corps. No. S5.
Tribe of Ben-Hur.
Kureka Court met nx usual Wednesday nltht,
having a larte attendance, there belnc six can
didates In waitinir. They were taken throuih the
full Initiation and riven the 8lde deirree by
Rureka's matchless derree team. Under aood of
the order. Brothers Adams. lavln. Bandkey and
Durfey made Interestlnr remarks, the meetlnr
closing; with a banquet.
Slmonldea Court at the last meetlnr Initiated
five and received eisht acnllcatlons. This court
Is maklnr wonderful rains In membership at
present and will soon pass the MO mark. Thev
are planning a. moonlight excursion In the near
St. Iviuls Court at Its last meetlnr had one
of tha larrest attendances In Its history, there
being seventeen candidates in waitlnc who were
duly Initiated. There were twenty-three pro
poed for membership. This court not onlv In
tends In held the SLiie banner, but expects to
have 3tt members by July I. It ha changed Its
meetlnr night to. Wednesday. Members of other
Queen &ter met Thursday night and obligated
three candidate! who were in waltlnr and re
ceived five applications. After the business of
the evening the members enjoyed themselves by
dancing until a late hour.
Crescent City Court at Its last meetlnr, on
the ISth. Initiated a class of fourteen and re
ceived seven applications. There was a larse
:rowa present, wno under good or th order lls
ened to Interestlnr rsmarks by vlsltlnc mem-
ben from St. Louis and Stropnldts courts.
missoun ourc, on me n'm or the Hlh. In
lated a class of seTen and recslved nine appll-
crowd present, who under good of th order lis
Mated a class of seTen and recslved nine appll'
cations. This oqurt has organized a dramatic
club and they are all looking forward to the
presentation of tho play, "What's Next?" at an
Phoenix Court at Its last meetlnr obligated two
and received four applications. This court ex
pects to be on the roll of honor before long, as
the members are all working hard.
Benton Court had a large attendance at Its
last meeting, receiving eleven applications and
obligating rour. They are expecting a large class
at the next meeting.
Equality Court at Its last meetlnc. on the 11th.
served lco cream and cake to a lane number of
members and friends. This court, under the
able management of Slater Wlndermuth. Is ex
pectlnr to be on the roll of honor before long.
Oermanla Court, being the only court In the
city working .In German. Is having large attend
ances and Initiations every meeting these hot
nights. The weather doesn't seem to have any
effect on the Ben-Hur. only to Increase the In
terest. St Louis Court had a large attendance at Its
last session. Initiated a large class and received
several applications. Their usual literary enter
tainment closed the meeting. All officers were
the stag court, the onl
Commissioner Johnston Itrtnrns
Ills Home rirnsed With Rraalt
of Ills Trip to St. Louis.
Tacoma, Wash., June a. Executive Com
missioner Johnston of the Washinston St.
Louis Exposition Commission has Just re
turned from St. Louis, where he went for
the double purpose 'of securing; advanta
geous freight rates for the WashlnRton ex
hibit and a space for her State bulldlns
and other exhibits. Mr. Johnston was ex
ecutive commissioner 'for this State at Buf
falO and handledJthuTvork so successfully
that he was unanimously chosen to carry;
nn thn irrpat wnrb-of assembling: and in-
stalling a more comprehensive State exhib- t
It for St. Louis. He. returns very enthusi
astic on tho subject, and feels certain tlvU
the St. Louis World's Fair will far sur
pass the expositions heId."atChicago and
Buffalo. Commissioner Johnston says:
"It cannot be stated for publication nt the
present; time-" -Just what, arrangements will
be made with the railroad companies In re
gard to rates, but I can say, however, that
tho ' results will be' most satisfactory to
this State. Owing to the fact that t';cro is
mis-fltlnn remrdinc a. tract .of elchtv acres
the condemnation proceedings institutes to
securu It have not .been settled, it tas- 1m-,
possible for Washington to be definitely
placed. I have every assurance, however,
from the management that we will s?cure
ample space when the litigation is settled.
Preparations for the "Fair are well along.
One may realize something of tha volume
of business now transacted when he knows
that 260 stenographers are employed by tha
Mr. Johnston is heartily in favor of in
creasing the amount to be expended by his
State to the largest possible amount. The
appropriation will be made by the Legis
lature next January.
WALTHER COLLEGE EXERCISES.
How the 'Dividend" Pays Dividends One of the Cheeks RerivpH
Daily in Payment of Oil.
You have the opportunity of buying now a limited amount of Dividend stock
AT OIE CEfiST PER SHAKE.
.The proceeds to go for additional equipment and storage tanks. June dividend 214;
paiu j tine to. j my uiviuenu oy0, payaoie August l to stockholders ot record July 15.
Don't delav. Send vour orders to LEWIS H. snimi nnv x, -
-w -W W ar at shMBstr IV ftW UU sfc-7
Suite 194 Laclede Building, ST, LOUIS. MO
General Offices, BEAUMONT, TEX.
Our Weekly Market Letter Just Issued on Beaumont Oil Stocks.
Diplomas Will Be Awarded
The commencement exercises of Walther
College will be held tn Liederkranz Halt.
Thirteenth and Chouteau avenue, next
Tuesday evening. An entertaining music
and literary programme has been prepared
.under the direction of the principal. Pro
fessor E. Seuel.
Fred J. Glister is the salutatorlan and
Paul C. Zleser the valedictorian of the grad
uating class. The diplomas will be present
ed by the Reverend F. Bente. The grad
Scientific Course August H. Schmidt,
Otto H. Stelnmeyer and Paul C. Zlemer.
English Course Fred J. Glister. Arthur E.
Goebel. Elisa A. Van Hoefen. Augusta L.
Schwarze and Laura C. Waltke.
Commercial Course John H. Gewlnncr,
Karl J. Herxbcrgcr, Edward H. Kinker, So
phia L. Kleekamp. August J. Koeppel. Pe
ter H. Mueller, Rudolph W. Sehoenbeck,
Arthur H. Schroeter. Hanry A. Stelnmann.
Theodore W. Vogel nnd Lillian E. Tehling.
LORD KITCHENER R?TURNING.
best immwim m m$ wise wqrlb to-bm.
Books Close and Stock Advances to SI. OO pef
Share Tuesday, June 24, ats7:30 P. M. Better
Wire Your Order In to Make Sure of the Stock.
Positively No Order Filled Dated After the 24th at FIVE CENTS.
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.., i,ruu..?u..u ru iurk hi oc uniii wc Koi chourii tnonry in Duuu our smeller, oar Iramnsr nnd place
tho properly on n dlvldcnil-iiaylnp; lmsls. We have It now, nnd thla In the first time la the history of mlnlnx
indcKtrj- lu the city of St. I.onN where Mock admnral from 3c to $1.00 per share at one time. Great Western
hn 1,700 ttcrci of mineral land In Shasta County, California. Smelter la purchased of Allls-Chnlmers Co. ot
CIiIciiko. TrHinwny, -1,000 feet la leustli, Is purchased nnd work jjolnsr on now. Three elKht-hour shifts work
lg nlnht nml day nn two tunnels. Copley aide. All mlnlrcr mcu in the city of St. I.onls say thnt the success
of the Ureal Western Cold Compnny has been mnrrelono Indeed. It I one of those opportunities of a life
time which' comes to a man once In a lifetime. Put your lie Into a share of Great Western Gold Stock and1
wntch It sro to $1.00. liny .OIK) shares of Great Western and watch It earn yon a Ilvlnc.
(TKLEGKAM.) ltcddinB. Cal., June 21, 1002.
T. S. Henderson fc Co., .int. Conllnen tnl hnnk Hide:.. St. Louis Mo.j
Spent four days on Great Western property. All ou claim verllled and. more; much good work done and
Immense bodies of ore in sight. Well pleased. (Signed) CHARLES GATZWEILER.
Mr. Gutzweller lives at St. Charles, Mo.
We sincerely thank the stockholders of the Grent Western for the hearty support they have slvea us) tro
will fuinil every promise made you and more.' Jew, do not delay; we will fill your orders at 5o while this
block holds out up to 7:0 p. m. Tne sday, June 24.
Mnrket Letter Free.
Phone: Klnloch A 27.
S. HEiyDERSOfy & CO.,
306 Continental Bank Building, ST. LOUIS, MO.
V nn. In th
West, had one of Its old-time sessions, received
seTeral applications and1 conferred the Fifth de
gree, ine aram -irisi oy jury- concluded
tha meeting. An entertainment will be beld at
the next meeting.
The union memorial service held on the sth
inst. was largely attended by members and
friends. The hall was decorated ehborately In
the colors. Eulogies on the departed were spoken
by Sister Mulkty. J.C Durst and Brother Mu:icey.
Thes services will be held on the second Sunday
In June each year. Florals were aent to the dif
ferent cemeteries by committees from courts hav
ing lost members In the last year. Each one
present received an emblem of the order, to
Kethcr with a carnation. J. c. Durst, deputy
suprme chief, presided.
Thursday evening, one application being received i feUon n Sunday. July 13. leaving that city on
and one candidate initiated. It was doclded to ' ET1? night and returning! Sunday night.
i,nlUe. H. ln c?h .!uld several other prize for 'k Camp's crack drill team will be among the
thn Fair Grounds celebration. Sovereigns Yeaeer 1 dumber.
iii ' ."JS25i a Svi? Rn nc"VB Pa In1 1 '-hopper Camp appropriated JS cash and will
rw .'rv . " " "-" wcc inicr?punfr.
Terminal Camn will rive Its fnurfh -iT,n,t
cursion to-aay to Hed Bud. ill., and as a large.
umi w. tivftcw ikc urrn OOIU & COCK time
Is. anticipated. At ednesday evenings meetlna
three applications were received and twenty-seven
candidates Initiated. Past Consul Commander
Wilson ot TVald Camp presided during Initiatory
work and 110 members were present.
. Olive Grove received eighteen applications last
tVcdnesday afternoon and had a very large at
tendance. Supreme Guardian Emraa D. Man
chester of Omaha was a visitor and gave an en
couraging report of the growth ot the Woodmen
Circle- The ladles will celebrate the fifth an
niversary of Olive Grove with a picnic to Hirer-'
side Park in South St. Louts on Thursday. June
St. Broadway, cars pass the park.
8neclal Demitr Georce Hodson of ftnrlnrfiet.l
wa. a vlsttnl fnr- severatrtnva le waefr
th m.H 'nf Tlermt v ItnBrhes. iirwmtim UMmii
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siatea mat a large oeiegauon or Springfield
on of SDrinrrteld
would attend the Fair Grounds cele-
edd several other -iirlzeu fn. th. Tni. nmrnniB
ce.ebratlon at lu mestlng- last Friday evontng. .
Four candidates were Initiated, and a 'large at
tendance of members wt.s present. Active prep
arations for the camp's annual excursion were
Elk" Camp held a hlchry Interesting meeting
Wednesday evening. Initiated one candidate and
entertained several visitors with music and re
freshments. .It was decided to appropriate a
handfcome sum -In cash f)r the Fair Grounds cele
brations, and Clerk George 1 Berg also an
nounced his Intention to donate a solid cold
fountain nen as a ortze for one of the events.
Tower. Gnrre Camp entertained Special Deputy
George Hodson of Springfield, Mo.- Deputy W.
II. Hughes and Sovereign George Merrttt. State
agent of the Woodmen if the World Accident
Association, at Its meeting Jast Saturday even
ing. A large attendance waa present: one candi
date was initiated and'one application received.
Addresses by Clerk George Kager. Consul Com
mander Radcllrfe of Elk Camp and the visitors
Improved Order of lied Men.
Opecancanovgh Tribe. No. SO. adopted four pale
faces last Saturday evening and admitted one
by ,card. After "the degrees were conferred and
the' council tire waa out. com and venison was
served to the members and visiting Chiefs from
other hunting grounds. The Warrior's degree
will be conferred on five members next Saturday
nltht. The folWwlng were elected to serve six
months: Prophet. F. W. Doaxte: sachem, C A.
Bl"vens: senior sagamore.- Arthur D. Patterson;
Junior saearoore. Ed ward, Thomas. Raising up of
til raae piacp- on.&aturaay evening. July
Vlsltlnc chiefs always welcome.
aunnenana vmracu. jno.
R. derree of Poca-
hontas. meets at. Anchor.'Hall. comer of Jeffer
son and Park avenues, every second and fourth
Thursday evenlnrs. They elected their officers
on Thursday ' evening, June IX. as follows: Poca
hontas. Mrs.. Merrell B. Roberta; Wenonah. Mrs.
Necma ScovIIe; pronnetees. Miss Amelia Thom
as; Powhattan. Mr. R.- Ttnrkland. VlslUng broth
ers and sisters are cordially Invited to attend.
The last, meeting of Greely' Council waa well
attended., desnlts vthe hot. weather. A1vlnrv
, Archon-Wi E. Newman waa present and gave, an
. Future Great Council had "an overflow meeting.,
Seven applications were, received and one candi
date .was .Initiated. Sol. Hralnger. the promoter
of the order, ln this city, waa present and gave
Sail From Cape Towii for
England June 23.
Cape Totyn. June 21. Lord Kitchener will
arrive here from Pretoria June 23. and will
sail hence for England the same day.
Value of Clinton County Property.
Carlyle. 111., Juns IL Ths full valuation
of nil property ln Clinton County is J10.
734.071. according to the Assessor's books on
file In tho office of County Treasurer Allen.
This means an assessed valuation of 2,144.
nt. The total full value Is divided as fol
lows: Personal property. (2.147,149; Improved
lands, 228.194 acres, S.628,120; unimproved.
85,610 acres. 543,330; town and city lots, Im
proved, 1.911. -value 11,209,60); unimproved,
3,134, value 057,331.
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ALUMNI.
Officers Elected at Annual Meet
ing Friday Night.
The Alumni Association of the Christian
Brothers College held its annual meeting
at the college on Friday evening. Thirty
two members answered tho roll call.
The followlne ofneers were elected for
tho ensuing year: President, Doctor Alex
ander De Menil. Ph. D.: first vice president,
the Itevcrend Martin S. Brennan, Sc. D.;
second vice president. Joseph P. Hartnett,
A. M.; secretrry, James EL King. A. M.;
treasurer. Charles F. Ziebold, A. M. The
Iteverend Father J. T. Foley, S. T. B.. was
chosen to deliver the" annual address for
At the "smoker" after the meeting short
addresses were made by the Reverend
Brothers Baldwin. John and Bemadln,
Henry A. Breleck, Judge Daniel Dillon.
John A. Burlie, Doctor H. C Harklns.
Joseph J. Goepfert, the Right Reverend
BIshoo Hennessy. Pierre J. Tracy. Joseph P.
Hartnett. Charles T. Fox, Charles F. Zie
bold and tbe president.
L MERCURY CONTINUES LOW.
Temperature Dropped to 56 Yester
day Fair Weather Predicted.
Yesterday was the longest day lri the
year. It should have been tbe beginning
of summerj but the mercury was Inclined
to have its own way and Friday night slid
down ttn' points, reaching 8 degrees, a cold
Solnt.for tha latter part of June. For to
ny and to-morrow Doctor Hyatt cannot
see;any very warm weather, and ls'wllllng
to admit thnt St. Louis Is now experiencing
very unreliable weather.
-Throughout the West- yesterday the tem
perature waa down around freezing point,
at Valentine, Neb., and in. Huron, a. D.,
reaching that figure. ' .
MR. SPRAGUE SAYS
Particular care is taken with milk at tha
Capt. Isnnc M. Inson, President, nnd Ili-nJ. AVrlirht, Consulting Engineer and Secretary.
This Company has iturrlinaed the patent of Geo. O. Itotrers 7or his do uble-liull nteamship and will build a
lino of steamers for river nnd ocean' transportation. These boats ran lie loaded at St. Louis, with freight and
steam down the Mississippi Itivcr to Xew Orleans! the inner hull enn then lie lowered. niaUlnic u deep-water
vessel enahliiiK it to steam to nay port in the world. It will lie londed with freight at St. I.ouln and ills
chnrKcd at Gnlveston and other points on the Texas Coast. They will no hack to St. Louis and Mississippi
River points londed with Texas oil. There is a market for Texas Oil, 1i ut the creat problem is transporta
tloat it is solved hy the St. Louis-llennmiint Transportation Company. There is more money to-day In haul
ing; Texas OH than there is 'in producing it. This Company will place 1 ts first block of stock on the market
ut 50c a share, par value $1.00, fully paid aad nonassessable. .
Send your orders to r
S. HENDERSON & CO.,
Klnloch A 27. 306 CONTINENTAL BANK BUILDING, ST. LOUIS, MO.
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Stock at 75c Per Share Has Had a Steady Sale.
Orders for Stock From Leading Business Men of Missouri and Illinois. l
These men have Investigated our holdings and possibilities and realize that from the large manufacturing establishments
now locating ln Beaumont that all oil cosinanlcs that are managed as this company Is will pay large dividends in a few months.
Don't fall to Investigate this company. We ate moving slow, but sure, and J2.00 per share for this stock Is near at hand.
This Is no speculation. We have one of the largest wells In Beaumont and we have contracts for oil enough to pay 3
per cent per month on our entire capitalization CO days after our settling tanks are finished, which will soon be completed
Where can you Invest 500.00 that will earn you $15.00 per month twelve months in the yearf
C f. WENNEKER, Prasldent.
REBIV.ERT & HAZELTOflJ, 8:ihBHS5v. Fiscal Agents, 71 OOUd Fellass'Bailding.St.LooIs.Mo.
REED'S FROWN FAILS TO
PACIFY AN ANGRY DARKY.
One-Time Czar of the House Steps
on Black Man's Foot in a
New York Train.
New York, June 2L Thomas B. Reed's
frown, the one he once u&ed to send Con
gressmen cringing Into their seats and set
pages" stampeding through the House of
Representatives, was tried ln vain to-day
on a negro with a sore foot.
.The sore foot was all due to Mr. Reed.
The statesman was boarding' an elevated
train at Franklin street," when he stepped
on the too of the negro. Mr. Reed .weighs
250 pounds ln hot weather, and the negro
"Beg your pardon." said Mr. Reed, cheer
"Beg nothing, you big stiff," screamed the
man with the crushed toe. "I'll punch you
full of holes."
The man followed Mr. Reed Into a car
nnd tool: a seat near him. The former
Speaker of tho House began to lose his
temper, and launched a withering gaze at
the angry man.
"Stare all you want," yelled the negro,
"but don't you try to tramp on me any
The Rccd frown appeared In Its most ag?
gmvated form. But nil to no effect. The
man's foot kept hurting him worse, and
the greater the pain the more hitter were
his Invectives. The disabled one departed
at Bleecker street, announcing before he
left the car. that Jie would not let any man
tramp on his feet. Mr. Reed smiled con
tentedly when the man was gone.
RUNAWAY TRAINHURTS THREE.
Grew Lost Control and Freight
Collided With Waiting Engines.
TJniontown. Pa., June 21. A heavy freight
train that bad got beyond .the power of
the brakes' and was rurmfngaway at aTtef
rific speed, crashed head on Into another
heavy freight train that was watting to
meet the runaway, nt the foot of a steep,
three-mile grade, at Evans Siding, the men
on the waiting train having no suspicion
that the approaching train was wild, until
too late to save themselves.
The engineer was Injured, two firemen'
nnd a brakeroan were seriously injured, the
track blocked for hours, three engines de-molis-hed
and about twenty cars and their
freight destroyed. One freight from Untan
town and the other from Mount Qraddock
had orders to meet midway at EvanB. ami
all would have'been well If the air had 'not
failed to hold the Mount -Braddoek train.
Engineer Harry Densmore and Fireman
John Kennedy were on the first engine, and
Fireman Hallam on the 'englne'behlnd'it.
Densmore was thrown In the air and did
not receive dangerous Injuries, but Fireman
Kennedy was. fitting between the engine
nnd tender and was crushed between them,
his Injuries being internal
Xerr Teachers for Urcese Schools;
Breese. 111., June 21. The Board ot"Educa
tlon has. employed teachers for the public
-school here for the ensuing term, '-as fol
lows: Miss Bertha Ackermann of .Carlyle.
principal, and Miss Annie Detibcch c
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