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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 13. 1902.
Ic hr bicgest money-maker !n the sreat Texas oil field. This Is shown by
tr ', -m ! dividends that II has been able to paj The Aucusl dlvl
dend . f J per cent has been declared, payable on the 15th, making the
t th -u -sive roonthlv dividend.
IV.ay Dividend 2& per cent
June " 3 percent
July " 3 percent
August" - 3 percenl
Total for the four months... WA per cent
Annus! dividend rate. ....34& per cent
r - m, in- i" now ton well known tj need erv much explanati in of
i - P' dt rirnltif; jwavit Heine; anonir tfto fl" oil companies organized
o p rat. in '" Kru.it TexJilldd it ha- developed Its t'rrltorv on Spit die
T p Hid na- li n artui ij engaged In the marketliR f H fur nun muntis
t i rK ' I'nliij,- In re-erve for improvements ni'd for the p.ijrmnt of
d mi '- i ne fait that It has a ery low capitalization, aid aet three
tinv n er. M of anv company of like capitalization, anil lis splendid tusi
ro - rr a ' ji mrai. have had much to do Mltli the surcess of this iomiio
riiH Tji.inj has jut eloped contracts for the construrtlcn of a 0K.
r .n I niht-n tank f.r the s-torase of oil. and the purchase of ma hlmrv
f i 'a' dime .mie. at tne least lo-Slile cost. It is nlo arr.inRing for mure
aivm iif ij. pipe-line connections with all the railroads and other matket-
nc f i lr " an 1 fir the purpose of makins the-e exten-ive dc eli.pm- n'
i! is c ff rin,; in additional block of stock for sale at the par val.it-. lu
.. - a ! .ir.
NO ROOB?1 FOR DOUBT,
F" P e ' Km" I sine of the o'Jest companies rf r.e ,umont.
a.ni iv 'II '' nd dins torv rever ofereil a share of s o. k o the
in --tn s i ill In till thej htd dexeU-ped the property and were prodacln
an.i n. -k. tii oil
r 1 It was anion?: the first companies to own a RuMier
ThiM' It his kept on drilling wells as lhe were needed
i u h It owns three time.- more land on Spindle Top than anj other
cn-i in of like capitalization, and the title to Its holdings is absolutelj
Klfih It Is paylnc the largest dividends of any of the twent-one com
panies th it ha-.e paid dividends to date.
? xth It has paid thee dividends from actual earning", from the sales
of ol .
S n-h It will continue to pay dividends. We have a contract -with the
Wato-s Pit OH Company for the delivery cf :X0.) barrels of oil
riehth We i-.vite jou to go to Beaumont at the companv s expense
nd Iip'I that this companj Is better than represented. Man have cone
an-1 'nvestlpated and found it that vvaj. and none have returned home with
out ln.-'r. sire their Investment.
Nifth If rll wih to do so. jou can borrow 50 per cent of the pur
chase price oi jour fctock This is better than can be done on ordlnar
dividend -pawnc real estate.
Tentn Katj ' stock will earn mu-h for you in a month as vou can
get in one eir b de)ositni; In a savings bank, besides, your original in
vestment nlli f nhaner in value
For further information regarding this company, write for prospectus
and map to
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS OIL GO,,
Suite 14. Laclede Building, St. Louis, Mo.
General Offii es Galveton. Texas.
Own five of the richest cla:m in San Juan County Colorado, on Treasury
Mountain, jti the Eureka Mining District. These claim-, are admirably
situated, beiujj surrouaded by some of the largest dtvidend-pavinjj mines
in Colorado, and within five miles of the railroad. They are within a few
hundred yards of such mines as Camp Bird, Revenue, Sunny Side and
1 atchelor. The Cnmp Bird Mine is no paving 200.000 per month in
dividends. The Silver Lake, just to the south of the Index claims, was
sold recently for 82,503,000.
The INDEX MINE 1 not a prospect located a thousand miles from nowhere.
but Is a IE EIJJI'EU MINE In which moie than two thousand feet of tunnels.
shafts ard cross cuts have been made and the OliB EXPOSED, isj that there
Is no doubt about the value of the propertj. Ure i being taken from 'lie mines
dallv and wi! ivenige J) per ton. although lots of it will run ccnsiderabl)
higher than that The Direr tors desire to own their own .-tamp mills and to
i construct a. trollev tramwav from the mines to the railroad station, and for
ithat purpose are selling a limited quantlt of their stock at Skr per share, par
. value $1.01 The stock is full paid and nonassessable yor prospectus or furlher
'information, cjll or write
The Index Gold Mining Co.,
221 and 222 Equitable Bldg.,
HE GREAT SUBSTANTIAL INDUSTRY
OF CONKItTI'G THE ENOKMOLS COR"STW.IC WASTE INTO
PULP FOR PAPER, FEED AND CELLULOSE COMPOUNDS
NATIONAL FIBER AND CELLULOSE OO.'S
Machinery nnd processes Is certain to become n CHEAT DIVIUEMI-
Machinery Ordered for First Plants Is Hearing Completion.
GlttUM) Klin FIHST LARGE I'l 1,1" Mil. I.
PURCHASED AT KANKAKEE lUl., 5S miles from ChlcaRo (11 acres, with 4cO
feet of frontage on Kankakee River, and adjacent to four leading lines of rail
roads which tap the heart of the great corn belt of llllm.)
lUendlns; dnilleH mill trnde jourualn tlirouclinat fills country nre com
menting lilRlilj an the muunltude or this Illililtr. the Krml need It
Trill unpply, and Itx aplrndld prosper!.
A limited amount of full-paid and nonasse-spable stock of the
NATIONAL FIBER & CELLULOSE COMPANY
-t $2.00 Per Share (pnrrr uhtiljuly 24 only.
Don't wait until this stock advances to JIO 00 per share, but
!- t AMpe Aim see Torn ixvkstmext hapidut inttjek in
flu I A I UIVWEI VAI.rE WITH THE GUOWilI jP lllis KNTKltl'HISF
No ordem for les than 0 shares accepted
For drcrlpttve Illustrated prcpectu", lu'.l Information and tock mibsrrlptiocs, ald'e-s
SAHFORD HAKEEYER, Fiscal Agent, 84 Adams Street, Chicago.
KINLOOH" OIL C
BIS Oarlotoix Building.
FRA.KD fJlLDERSLEEW. Prestdtnt BEXJ.J Kl.ENE. Sefy tad Treasunr.
f Operating In the very heart of the Ohio and West Virginia Melds, where oil hns lieen
induced continuously with enormous profits since 3S62.
' The Kinloch Oil Companj Is a business man's company, organized on business
principles to do n commercial business in the production nnd sale of oil.
' Its management is conservative and enterprising. When one takes Into consideration
Jibe inexhaustible features of oil wells In the Eastern fields, coupled with the daily market
yor the product at Jl SO jer barrel at the wells, and an area of rich oil lands greater than
hhat of the entire Spindle Top field (Heaumonx. Tex.), It will be seen that the Kinloch Oil
STompany occupies a iositloii embodying SECURITY LARGE PROFITS and permanence
M The charters of companies operating pipe lines for the handling of oil In the State of
fuhlo compel such companies to lay lines direct to the wells of the producer.
jf This Insures a readv and permanent market.
I bend in your subscriptions for .stock at 10 cents per share ( par value $1.00)
jw ithout delay. The price soon advances.
INION CONSOLIDATED Oil GO. OF CALIFORNIA
Dividends Pavable Quarterly. INVESTMENTS GUAR
ANTEED UNDER COMBINATION TI.AN. Call or write,
)OUGLAS, LACEY & CO., SM&. St. Louis, Mo.
GOLDEN GATE MINING COMPANY.
J. II. Dmrj-, Prealdenf. It. M. Fry. hroretmrr nnd Treasurer.
We Hdvlneil on to bur "GREAT WESTER V nt FIVE CENTS per
shares It ! now selling for ONE DOLLAR. Yon never Ioe luonrj- liy
tnkliiE onr advice. W e tell Ton now If yon ninl to Bet In on the
Krnnnd floor of n inlnlntr. proposition that -will make ion rnones bur
"GOLDEV G.TE." T
The Dlrectorr of thin Compnnr ! eompoaed of some at the lead
Inc bnIne men of St. Lonl propertj located In EI, IJO
RDO COC.NTY, CALIFORM. anrronnded 'lir rich dlv l.lcnd-paj InK
mlnea. We arc piscine the Hrat block of this stock on the market at
riVE CENTS per xlinre. Par inlnc O.tE DOLLAR, fnllj- paid unit non
aaacaanble. liny GOLDEV GATE.
T. S. IIENnERO.V & CO.. 3IM1 Continental Bank IHdff.,
St. I.onls. ,1lo. Market letter free.
Beaumont Investment Co.,
Sulto 316 Lincoln Trust Bids-.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
HAPPENINGS OF WEEK
! AMONG THE LODGES
I To Initiatf 1,000 MwhIhts at Mwt
, inrr of Suiirciiie Officers of
! Knights anil Ladies of Honor.
Itirt cf the funrnne m-JIsal xamiaer of the
j Knlcbts nd lidlrs of Ilonur for th' ir.onih of
I ,..n .h(i.. ll. .,.nln nf ,V... fj.IT tjilln Sfal'S
to be as follows- PennttlvanU. TS). InJljna. Si.
r Vorl sai. llls.url. ril Thre are
tti onlv htats which have parsej th 3 mark
f.r this month The tm!l-atlon ate that from
the M.tlilH no dl'elated Ml'w.iurl will holil
the tannrr for tb month of Ju! a.n.1 cotne
oe to ht-r Mh) record. vThlh'waj 01
t the comlnt roevtlnK of tnr Grand llc
.m'-eri" and the I-ruto'tors Association. kb
jll take i.lacr at the hslLof t-lover lyjf Ludir.
J.fi-tf.ti and fa avrtiurs. Tburslav evtntng.
Jtil 21. full rrirts or th uutttMiidlne utnmli
! of the twent rirtli ainlverrar rll'tatlon
ll L. ns.lird and urtol on All the Supreme
I ilce offleera liae proiut'ed to Itr jirrnt at
tills .Irl.iatlun. Th lo.!-u In the t.lt hare J.
i lei tu prlnK a urprtv vn thtriu b Initiating
wim t the lrici-t cla-e. of inetubrra etT In
KateJ In ihu or ant othrr cf For trie pur
1 -c ot OutliK kj the -x!ll lIc Id the tt
laie devldrU tu .'.flnblne their rttwrts fwr tl.e
li oth and lu tlal llu.o thev arc ranitllue that
tnet ulll bate at leaft 1 raraibr-rj to rete.tr
tne tieierte tn tne eteniiiK of tue celebration
rtte tlMt ot Hie Grand laxlee nfllfers to Mrtlv
IamJKv atunlat. July i tul j .re b rmienibrrti
b tbve ttho attested Flte aj'Ull -alloU tterr
fcvxitej, autl undtr tni uirail or nevt buinrs
tbr xntud uratmor Instsllej tbe rc ottli-ers
ricvt frolector Lltzle i urtirr, on aiumlnic tne
.hair. wa pre&ented mtn u lanre laket cf
flowers and other tokens o: rsni'inorance b trie
members, m hunor of net thirtj third b(rtn,la
Aflfr thasklmc the uitrubers in her Ufual itltlt
f manner sne aave the slxnal to tto brothers, who
uMiktim .mmiu v,ioi vpear po.e. anu m :iei
' mmand untcllel tuu ialKe c.-a)oil b itoftraph
t: the sutiremr anl icraiiu sroteLtur. Uitb bans
I'B on the ttall tne rltht anj left of tbe chartr.
tbiii beinc tbe surpre whuh Sater Turner kepi
l 'niraled tn m the tnoml-ers forsAtue tltpe
The etllrers of Im:-rljl I.Jr- ere lntalel
atunbtt June 21 b the crand vice pioteitor.
j ii.r J,tiaijiia l-ellman seteral appllratloris
J for merr.betblp were retelved ard at the oeii
I ln Jul) IX 'be ejpett to initiate ten nelt
j niernber After the adlumment or their meet
! Inc the Invitation of .ter Turner waa aseptrd
! an.1 tho members, headed bt slitters Keltman and
Il.imblev. marched in a )st tu Mrtle uUr,
I tthlch met on the tbior belote The two lodRea
held a Joint eeirtrailos hih I a .ted un-ii a
, late hour
oak Iilce ofnrer were lnstatlfd Uonda even
ini: li llrother Cubb of Ullt LodRe. It being tbe
unanimous nuh of the members that tlUa brotlur
otti. late Af'tr the ceremonies cf lnluatlon were
er the uual entertainment took ptace Sev
eral applleatlon for membenihlp were received
and (lm the enthusiasm illpateI b the new
re mil tbe prediction and w!re4 o" later Mollle
keane are bound to le fulftlled a I: la now a
rertalntv that Oca leKlRe will imii tho Ji mark
l-rore Ilecember 31
The crand protector has prtly perfectM a new
tlm of ireparatlon which will d applletl In
i.eral IndRej. thU cumlnc wek The loder
where tht tstem will Is? aiiplled will have a
ehanre "., enlli-t the tervb-es of their entire merr
lrhli and conduct their own preparation until
Januarv 1 l'.JI lt this date this Jjrljltloa
has promle,i and must have I0o member
Jenkins l.f-Ie niemlietn are makirx trejiara
tlon to initiate twentj new member a' their
neat meetinc ThurJa. Julv II This l..li. Is
I.-iteJ at Itenton Mo eeral membere In the
dtv hate uromlted to pav them it vlsl at their
rest treetlnr If the enpectatiors f Ilrohers
O IJonotan U.s-tur I thaw and Mdant at
fiiimie.1 Jenkins leidce will male a larger In
e eae fo- te prent term than an) louse In
the Sna'e ,
On llondae evenlns Jult . TtlimpVant Islse
wa honored with a tlflt b the tlrand lle
ctflrere. their inhvbn beire to coricrotulate th
ofBrer nr.,1 meml eo on the crejitatle ahow.ne
made b tltn. For the las' fix month- thev
ive made th laraest net sain of anv lode- in
ihe State lnlllallnc teventt lilemoets arhl stinw
inc a net Increae of slitv five The hall was
crowded with rcembera cf Trlumphan: and a
larse dtlesatlon from other lotlae" lrote.ttr
ltrother llotfchman and leput Alb-e r:ra hate
hallenced an IclEe In the Mtj-tor the com n
vis months startlns In the term bv Inltlatlr.:
nine new mntr. ard ler-ltlmc f urtee-i arpllca
tbn which means that n c.mpetlnK lo-ue
will hive to hutle to beat ths sit
Ada Uslre ofneem were tnetaled Thurdar
eteilns b Iteputt Tirlt K.eia Two can.!
dales were Initiated and evetal applications le
cetetl l nis looae luttitK "' "" r ."
tlftj member for the ii-t turn unJ-r ih
leau.mhlp .f .Mfter Ms-k. tbolr pretrrto-. th-m-mt-TK
howe,l the'r appreciation .r her rx
eellent administration bv inarrhlmc In a bod to
her resilenceo and pre-ntlne lier with a beauti
ful Jewel of 'he order Thli alsler was taken
e,mpletlv bj uritl-e and ilmpl thanked ib
niembers f 'r the'r Jtlndnee. and app.eeiati. n
and pnimlst! them that the Increaw- tor tie
crrolns term would tntpm Hal f loj l
The lioypUalltv rf the Stk household will loat
he remembered bv thoe who attendel
t the me-tlni: of Chouteau Uljr Tuwbr
e -nlrc two cppllratlon- for membership were
reeelte.1 The InstHllatb.n of of fleers was p-t-poiitd
until the next metlnj owing to the
1 knt -if Urcther Kennetlt th- fnanclal -t-rttarv.
Ills aleecce from the merttnir cf this
lode he beini; laid up f r a rojnth wlih rhu
inatlftn. ie Jajnuch rtreitJby the m-inbe--s
..f h.uwatJ'aalls atetve, fruotbe urand IxhIk;
la b) the tntlre meiubemhlp
Vesicate I a. Ice members had a b mewarmlnit
Thursila eventnic the occasion btlne the in'al
latbr of thele o'ticer-. and to -elebni'e tse larir
Increaw inaJe f.r the lajt six trwnth'. The l
Ittatei) flftjr-nlne new membern in the lerai.
inaklrc their preyer.; mmb rih p I S 1 to r
w.re pretietit frcm seteral lolire Ttu I dje t
now buttllns to pass the !) mark In tie m
In sir months, as this' number will be sutncienl
to mak- them the lanner 'odKe In the Inltl
states und lower the laurels of New to-.
Brother SIcTartllJ the p.-oterUr In recxiroll oil
of blr faithful imliw f r tie las! six months
was presented bv llrother lonker In !ha f of
the nirmbers. with a beautiful Jewel cf tie ,.r
der The b.-..:lier. in a few well-chosen temarks
tliankrd tlie members for their appreclatten or
his services and promleel them that before the
cto- f his pte-ent term the suiremacv banner
now held b) New York would decorate the ball
..f Weteate ...
llumlol.it 1-oJre. at tbe nirellne MonJav even
Inn lnltlate,l two candidates and rec-liej flro
apiillcat.ons Tne aland vice prote, t r si t,r
Kcldtmann at-ab-d to tbe riiemb-rs fr thir
assl-Iance to help br to itass the Z mark be
fore the rloee of the pre-vnt term
ilwlok-e lale bad oiie of the larrert turn
outs In the hl-torv f tlie lodae Thursday even
ing Twelve new lliembeis were Inula' I and as
manv aptilbatlons received. Tbe n" .fflrer
were Imtalled b Iteputv Martin Kah.ner. and
on as-oinlnr their nposltlons the new offlcera
deolartd that before Itecendxr SI Cherokee Lodze
would be the banner iJerman-i-pc--,kInic loOce In
M laiuls lysine ofrtcei" wete Installed Thuts
da eveniie b the xrand vb-e p-otector. ev
ersi aptillcatb ns for meniliershlo t.-ere terelt-ed
anil acted up"n Hroth.ts zlniMerman and
bchnvder asurel tbe -rmnd vice p.ot-ctor that
en her next visit to the Icdi-e to perform the
same dut she Would be onf'u'lted with 1
nie-nber Their tdtnl. on July T ii-o-nl-e- to
- a trrand sucee-is -veral ab'e sl-akers In
this order have promi-ed to be preent en tl at
Cntetprlse Inine l-anow roee'Inj- In its ntv
oiiarters at 2sl Franklin avenue, and will crle
brute the nrst meetlne bv Inltlatlnic ten new
n-mte-re Tbe lntallallon o' their nw ofrlcets
will also take place at this tr.eet'ng SIsler
Ketriilev ubo is reriictilble for the lare In
rrease made by Enterprise. Is de'ermlned that
the 10" mark nrist be tiasd lefote the ilue
of the present term
Anchor Lodite bus made tie tecond largest net
caln of ant loilrte In the tttato for the term
having t members on the roJt-r Their setre
tarv Itnther McV). tav that they are ready
to battle with '"herokee which has an etjiial
mtmterhlp and tliat b I e. ember Zl Cberoke
will be so far behind that It trill take r tn'cro
fcooe to see them
OPve Uranrh Ilce in rarondelet. has len
handlcsctied for some time otn; to the sick
nesa of Its d.puiv sbter Man Fox The slste
ls now airaln able to be around, which will
In-ure initiations at each futu-e m- line held
lit pee Indre
Initial laelee j;o I Is preparif- for the Unrest
Initiation in the bistort- .f the loJxe It exi-e-u
at the next meetlnir to confer the d-irree on
twenty live new members Urcther Kean and
Smith are worklnc hard to have at least twenty
member to Initiate at each meetoir cf this
Clover Leaf Lod at its rreetlnr. ThursJar
erenlnc Jul) 1". Initiated two candidates and
received several anpllcatlons The new offirers
were Installed bv Isrtiut) Charles Kllnj-e. as-lst-eJ
bv t'aptain Warner ltrothr Urown. tbe new
protector, on aseutn'nr; the cluvlr served notice
on the members that the "i mark must be
liae.1 before De -ember II An en'erlalnm-nt
ami Ihp followed the ineeilnrr. Sister IJilriiriton
and H-jther IJrown rerelerlnc some excellent
KiiIkIiIs of the JIaerabeea.
On account of Jul) 4 belnit a. bo'ldav and th
meat commander and rreat rcord keeper havlif
eneaaments out or the clt). the Great Camp
ls-adquatters were clov-d on that dav. and it was
lmpolbIe to hate press notes In last hunda)'a
Issue We would like to Impress upon the minds
of tent pre-s representatives that all notes should
Is- In the great record ke'per's nfrl-e not later
than kridav momlnic of each week.
Much enthusiasm was i!lsi.laeJ at the last re
view of Miller Tent, No. 17i at'wblch time 51
per cent of the membership was pre-e-it anj sev
eral candidates were Inlt a'ed ard applications
recelted. This tent baa orrercd a JW ttolj ba-bre
t.i the sir knlirht brlni-lnc In the larne-t number
cf rnnnler. to January 1 lsW
Through the erforts of C. mmander W Dw)er.
the membership of I'mvld-nt Tett- Xo. lrf. Is
i-radt-allv Incrravin-c Three candidates were In
itiated and cne application received at Urn review
held ,n June IT. and much enthusiasm was d's-
Nctwlth'tandlntr the warm weatbe-. the attend
arce of Imperial Tent is Increaslmr At the r
view held on Jult j several candidates, tccur-d
b) liepurv II J Klna- e-e inltU'e.1 and appll
catlors reeelt-s Uwlnc to th absence of the
co-nmandfr and reconl ke-per. nho are l"th
aw-av en vacatiors Commtrder Stamm of ub
JV,rlrtnJto. "-," Knieht Junes Park-r fllle-l
these posltlcns Imperial Tent will five a picnic
ard bvwn nsrty nt Ofenrl-ln's Grove A u cast It
f,.rtll'0.,ho,1'?wJL'-o,.," JT-- - compet
itive orlll to the I. o. T M Tnls review c'rUt-J
Ifi.w.." .1Mn?- of lhr " snlrht. wanted tn
celebrate th. Fourth Sir K-lvht Creecy and
IvschOe Tent at Its Isst review decldeO to "so
2.riU;-.il"na J-0"--"-! and (Hasten avenue, on
theeco-id and fourth Tuesdays rf the month.
ti,TowTJ.Vrov T","11 n"J "Hm"M review ra
-rSrmiK.rf 3aW ' T," "'' officer, nretent.
Two annll-atjor. were presented arvl t- nw bv
li JLicj ' fnm ,n Suereme Te-t wer a--
pejntfd and corl fcrvrVsrlM'all ,-. rheV!
e .s. . J.7;',er""n' f ' Knlef W Seiner
"lSC".'"Unct"',nm,,M w aecep'ed and Sir
Th- miJeL FZ electM tn fl- fc vscancv
x?C.,.mT.of T-w-r irov T-nt -rill etn.
i-SSr .1"' '.c, ,n "" ,r"M" slr Fra
We.r.teJ? -KI!.B rt"vL F'r Kn'eht Rndrter nf
reeV'aVk,".:-.;."''.-"'"'..''-1 h" tmiinlnB
iifU '-'J". Hr.: -jr-law. wip on be
Corcmander Bockstette hi Invited We'lstcn t
Tent to attnd in a bod) and witness the dejee
fork to l.e held Monday evening. Jul) ;i
I nlte, Tent held a livel ret lew lat Wedr.es
ilav erenlnc. with Mr Kalicht .tamni -munandrr
of s-uburban Tent actllir plejudlruc ofrt'-er urd
Ji- Kntxht Honuilr-e. member -t w'otld's rtir
Tent Mid recentl) appointed Uput) GtunJ Corn
mandrr. occuplne tne lieutenant ., mmarHleCs
chair t'nder the kooi ot the order -lr Knliht
John K Watson maje a sptetKlId tain for tbe
l-enetlt ot i he W'utkl's hair Ftaternal llulldlnc
Mr kniitbt kenrl) of Hu) lu- Tent -peke in
behalf of tlie u-iltorm rank. Ite,-ord keetsr llarn
ber stske un 'he renuttKable progress of the Mat
cabees tbruuKnout the Mate, and Finance Keeper
W'rlnkler gate one of bis fatuous tlermau led
in Motida) vcnlnc. July T. the officers of
Casino Tent were Installed Ij) ll.put Great Com
roander MrMaster The followintf are tbe new
ofnrers for tb sx moiitiis' term fast com
nurid'r Win Hughe- rommander. U I' Tbomp
eon. lieutenant -on.miuJ.r. II k. Aiyder. t"wrd
kiejier L UrUikman. nuance keeper Wm
Sntdet. itKiplaln Wm lttian. serKeant. h l
Lralnian. inaster at arms J ElnooU. flrkt M of
G Ed Un..kler. s--..id M of O . lu) o-rne.
sentinel j Kyan. p'eket. Clus Tomn
One ca-jdluate sis laltlatej and there was an
unuiuall) laree , ruwd In aiwnuanor Hetiesn
mnt- were served after the Installatloa.
WVIIston Tent held a eplenlid review on Men
dl) evemnic. Julv 7. initiating ono candidate an4
rtH-elrlce s-veral applkallons Otttnn to the
abtt-nc or Ctsmnaider m)tlle. Mr UnlKnt
tflarmn. corama-ider of auburlrtu Tent was re
)Urtcl tu urcupt the cbalr. and did so In his
uual ttraceftil .rannet . als. conterTlua t s-tcret
wstn upon tn tandllate rni-i tent i poni-1--tc:
nbely and eitends a fraternal Invitation t
alt -lr knlcbts throucre ut tbe cli) to visit It
1'nlon Tent Is un the boom and on Mon uy
cvenlnr. Jul) " Initiated six andldatea and re
celled eleten atp.katlotis The d rsree team con
ferred tbe wotk and was ablt assisted t loS
tnander Ms mm . f Suburt-aii Tei.t Flfu thrje
of I nlon Tent a membe-r. wre present and the
review held by ihle tent ate butibllnc mn wltn
enthusiasm . .
t'nlon Tent now has HJ member" In -toed sta-.d
ire and l rapldl) o-nlcc 'o tbe front
The attendance at the tevlews of Dewey Tert
Is Just tt larfte as I. ever was notntth'tandinc
tbe warm weatbei A rou.ltis: review was held
bv this tent on Tueda) eveulnit InlMatlnj- isie
eandlJale and recetln several apt llcatlo--.
Iks.) Tent has unaulmou-l) Irelorsed tbe call
of the (Sreat ami- f T .Ulr-crtpti. lis to the Fra
ternal bulljlr at the Woild's l-al- Anions tbe
v-lsltors at this review who addn-s-ej, the teill
under the aood of the order were Mr kntxm
Jones Parker ommander Kaistand o: Thomas
JeCerxon Tent. I"ast Vomniander p -Jc.
Thomas Jefferson Tent a sir knUht from Busy
ltee Tent and the treat recv-rU l;eeir
tin tbe evenlni of JjIv I Bu't li '- T- n'J
rou-InK tevlew. the hall belr.a- filled --!..
Int The Entertainment Cwnnilt ee had (MM
a splendid prvstramme. the jwlnclpal '''''"
a four round b..x!n- contest betwe-n ..-nmaniler
I.axton and Heco-d Keetr Hendrt k- 'r,J"u
of which Is not known at this '. ,?.,ra'J
bad a ten rounl d-aw l-tween two son.o. Africa
After th review refreshments were ..rveJ
Anderson Tent had a lend.a review on the
eveninr or jud irmuu-- ."- .-.T"; ThT.
and receltlnit ttulte a numl-erof arpHcath-n This
tent accnllne to the -'t,rti'or,".-,rnfh ?f
rain or elchtt-en member, durlntc the month er
3une and Is to be .-onxratuIatd utsi fa splen-
7nl "SSSJSi 'of each mociT. -
welcome to witness ineonsi" "",;: v.,n
"cap7nP Tent held ven IntT-restinc r-vlew
Thltrd.) -v enlnT Jul, 10 w IUjQlf f ' ;
terdance cf visitors and members TJ."'"''"!!
unantrronslv Indorsed the ntotement ' "i'.'W5;
Hon of th- Ftaternal btilMlnr. at the rl
Fair eronads and will mske t.'.Ito,ni.tw.,2?
trlr 1. ba.ed on the memliersh P t tha t time
sir Knifhi lllandev. tbe r-cord keeper of I nlon
Tent, had one or 1.1.' """'"''"reSrd
initiated in the short form, the cr-ai re-ord
kee;-T conferrlre the .ecret work On Auuj,t j.
this tmt will have an open 7'?V CSt 7ie
ment and have Intlted the Itina M West Hive
tre auxlllan. t - iceat Coder the itocd r.f
tie order, remarks were nude b Mr Knixhts
Woolaro if llusv l- Tent ,";" 'n-S
Tent Moss .,f lbvmn Te-it and Ifc-novan of
Sperlal Tent Tbe meat re.rd keep,- furnished
a ho "of clears for this -a-lon an.1 the m-et-
lnc wa .njovrd Pt an
l-trr.ri Tert OP-n-d Its revl-W at
Thnr-.tat eveninr Julv '1 a
aJ Btilhed tip th-
w'ork in a ihoVt ilm? i'ter hlch the do.yw.re
th?owA opVn to th- rreml a' famllv. nl fMrnd.
The feature- .f the cvenlnr were a Ph" so
bv lfessor -.leln,and vtsal s-.-o bv Mr
Knliht lllrschtlel.L Sir KnlKht MetM-icas ws.
afn.re the vUttc Arirr tn. ent. rjinrae-iv can
cine was indu'iced In u-.'li a late hour Kntcr-prlA-
Tent Is prmrre-lnK aline cnnrvatlv- lines
and has a splendid claes of metnbets
fonslderable buflre.s rj. transicied at the re
Metv of Suburban Tent heW on Thursday even
lnc i-ommander tsrarn suer-te I that each
m?mlr be ai.essed.not less than 1 reJ l for th
Temple of Fra'rnltv an.1 th's asiersmert be
called not Liter than next Auzu-t Great Mid It or
Hendricks iv-rnt 5rat Co-ihumt llumslne.
:iTI..i... it. -f mnlM Tent ard in-of r
Ibxck w-re t-e visitor- I r- the fivl cf the
order remarks were made bt the fc4Knrin ir
knlshts- Hendricks cf llusv l!ee Tent lb nln
of Worll's Fair Tent Clatk.;n tr . an. Jr
Itec.rd Keet-r Ftahl lsctor llarres an I .r-4t
Comman-Ier Andertm f buburlun Tent a tr
which l"mfe-or lloeek entertalrel th -lr kt.Uh.s
with seteral popu'ar rh- Hon on tre piano ana
I.ndles r the llncrnliees.
Ijdy Fvster Hive will Kl e a le-Tni-euchro
Thurs-lsv 'Jul. I. at IteaiiLr-. Hall southeast
corner Ta lor s- 1 Ea-t. n avenues. lTlies will
1- swar-td and refreshments -ived
New Centut4H!ve bekl a vet) lnterestln- re
new WednesA- et-nlnz Jul One apijl'va
t'oi was rec-lted Ijidies HelUr and Horn
were reported tkk. and mrmbeis are retiuest.d
'" Tower1 iwTiB'lIIe X X will meet In rer
uiar review Mondav Julv II at S p m In tr.e
llurllnston bulldlnr '. l'v.- -treet I,'kI ' re
rreshrrents wl.l be s-rtej and a plea-ant time
"l-dyflAldrfrh Hive l.-M !!- IttuUr '""
Thur-dav aftetPoon In fe llurllnston bulldine
and aduo-ned arlt i . att-rd Mis Ads II
xott s UttMay "at l.ne
Mrs. I'arvln the ladv .mtnanoer. has one to
"Drlr-tcfle'd M. to strttd a roonih Mrs Hiee
Und of Maptewts-l invlt-d the Udles to her
h.n- 'u"v :l In Imi. of ber blrthdav Mra
Al:l.lt . Oak It'll H've was a visit ir An
intltrtb t w- -e-el. t t ' - .r'sn "'t- o
attend li. Uwn party at Notman.1y Jul) If
Ilewlu'lrs f smpthv for Mrs H iilngham In
tbe loss sustained bv Hie tecent death of her
hu-band w-'e parsed Mr. Mrb and Mr. I.ntx
and Mis- Kinder r-re present after an ab
enc fi.r.i th- e tt nr Mr- ltwell after an
lllne-s Miss G-orsIra Itabt. F K . teave- July
21 f.r a tl:t o tMoradv and tu attend th-Ml-r-'iil
I".. Aso.Ut"on c. nventlun at Kan
The National t nlon.
Mar Council ha. determined that lb lot
weatbtt shall not Interfere with the ta-k
cf eeitlng In n-w meroters Friend kr
linger has alr.adv s- ured five new ap.ll
cants and sliould win tbe ? lal iJ-lte
lookout "imll bad a raib-r harJ time Iat
tneetlcr. owlnr 'o the din outs de from ttre
cra. kers. i.. sn they adjmrneil -arl) and cee
breied In tvtrbitli stvle
Man.Ur.1 Cum II is keepinic rful.t alert at th'
Joint Inltlstlon .Up- Three new numbers wers
added last nitetln' an.1 ve-al new ap?!hail. ns
Hreeldenr Sherman of Clifton H-'e'its Coun
cil was boiK.Kd b tbe Mate Arreiubl) axaln at
the last s.sslon. and le l provlna h mrr'.t wimIIi
bt sttrrlnic up the member, cf his counciL
Mh.-1'Urt t'ourcd Is .ertalniv to be sisra u
late.1 uiMm t-e entire .,rp- .f ..fnce-. n fe
tadJle this tear The meetlns are alwa). In
terestlr.E and larK- numbers of members are al
wns In attendance
Hunker I. Ill Council lias determined to wak
up some of the .ll t-) wl have n.d le-n
att-ndinE latel) They are con-l letlne a chanee
of hall and time of m-ettnic
Senators Hum. HutTt and Gamble w.ll dep-r
Sunda) niebt for the annual session of the rti
ate which will ! held at NlaxatH Fell- Jul)
IS and continue for a week. Imitan- lexlsa
tlun will be transa. tl and M'fs urt --n.t r.
will no doubt be ab:. to arsl-t tie Serate -is
tbet are m-n of br.sid experience.
Order of rotllali Inna.
clan Uoualss No S. will meet next Tue-dav
et.nttiK at Its hall Grand and Hitx avenues
A lame attendance is antlclpat d sume vert
Imt-irtant matters will te piesenie. and acted
on elder anions which trill 1-- a prellnilnart re
pult . f the cunmilttee in charrje of the late pic
ulc at Normandv Or ve on Jul) 4
Tbe books and rei-irt of the roat treis-irr
J4.n Hill, are m w In the band- of th- roval
audlto-s and re.eitins; their semiannual ov-r-hvui'liis
The flnaru-lal transactions for the tereii
wire - follows- General fund, balance on htnd
Januarv 1 I71 li. tec-lre.1 durins term lACtt J:
total. K.S7 94. paid ct on warrants d-irlne
term, tl Kl balance on hand July 1 r-ti;
liequrathisent fund, balance on hand Januarv I.
KiH 7J cash received on as-es-ments !urnT
term. JK."iil palJ out on dea'h claims du-lne
term TS.1UTS balance on hanl Jult 1 itJa
Tclal ldlance on han.1. both fund. J3I.MS c.
KnlKlits of Honor.
Unity LoJ'e- reports a eood att-ndance at Ihe
last mretlr.fr. Tbe ri--rt of the Audltlnc Cmt
mlttee shows the loJite In piop-rous condltlcn.
llrother. Undta and Vop addre-sed Ihe lodite
for tbe rood cf the orjer
INvlnrnMa Ixl-e bed s r.er.d'd m tine sts
c"al lnvltstlcnt havlce been sent to all the mem
ber. The buslnes- of ihe etrnina was i.romp--lv
transacted and the nitlru. ndjourne,). wb-n
all nresent were ente-ta!n-d with some -pl.ndld
music bv a mandolin r'ub headed by Dictator J.
C B-vokman !e.rs and refre-hments w-tr
Centennial I-oJre. av usual, had a irood at
tendance The Audltina- immlttee nnd- the
srmlarnual reputt -bowlne th- lode- -xcep-tlcnally
prosperous. Fifteen meml-er- were Ini
tiated durins- the last six months The r-nmlt-tee
on Revision of Bv laiws relmrted. and n reso
lution was pws,1 to s-nd all tbe members a no
tice to attend the meetire on July 21. sVn the
amendments will be rjed on ltroth-rs M
Thavonat Vln-s-an and Ehrllrti made I rlef re.
matks for the rood cf the order, as also Brothers
Holtnn and smenda. special deputies who were
Mount Olive !ice had a eood a tendance at
th- last raretln: Tli- retrt of the Auditing
Commltt-e shows tbe 1 "dre finances In K"sI ctm
dltlon Slxty-tht-e new member, were Inltlat-d
In the lart six raontbs The .-nmrntttee acpolpt--d
to arrang- for th- :earoleat excurslou re-rs-jtej
havlne secured the steamer mi otr ror
Frldav Au-nst J2. Tickets at- now h-ine ilr-
CS'-".1 t. lb- niepl- -t.te- I -"
W'avne Iy-Jdee Is prcercsslnr splendidly In Its
n-w ball !?fon ar.I VVelrtet av-tlle- Two
ean-t'daf w r --erl" -'i-l-l ttmt' e-s
Lcckhatt Taybr. Dawee. Stumm and ethers made
lnt-re-ttne remnrk. f-r the rod or the order
Olive Branch Ijylre I- elat-1 at tb- nttendvrce
of the new and vounc members and tb- artlvltr
shown by their work The serrlanmal report
show, a d-cbled Increase In membe-hlp ami the
flren u are In -rtlen.IH hap-
IieM-fcni-l- I- r .'iv '-r-n--nr - rr m.
bershln. Brothers Brliht Od 11 De Vol Shu
bert and olh-rs are ac v- In tlie work.
I'rnteeted Home Circle.
Comnlen firele. N" -J. hid a full hoes-, foj
cvndk'a'es wr- Inlt'atcd .nd f ur new narr-v
rmtice,l Th- office-, fit- th- c-rrlnc; v-arv-re
Inrtal'ed by Grsn-l r-st lre-Ment F li cnse.
-i-i-d by Past I-e-' d-t 1 - r'A an- Iv
v Isltors w-re p--nt f-cn C" wzi an ? e al
lOf. '"cis Hch-on. Benton -nd Im-e-tt
cltcles. Th- Audltlnc Ccmmltte-'s report was
Towr Grove No. HI bell Msh e-i-nlvat Men
day nlrht on the occasicn f the nre-estatli'n or
the State bs-iner for the larz'st rr teat of
U,f.u.) .! Idvlslo No. i. RJSS?
evenlnc at Ijehtstcne'a Hall cm 1- ""'"JJ,
This dlvl.lc1,if row nK rapidly and t; niUie
dltlSlon Will Kite an esrui.ivM.. .-- ----------
Hill City for the benefit of f-'n anl ''";
All Maccabees In th- Hty are '"Vie bna- leaves
will be furnished at the loat Th- boa. leaves
Alaska Central Railwa
The Alaska Central Railway Companv was organized last spring by the most substantial
men in the States of Washington and Montana, to build a railroad from tide water on the
southeast of Alaska, north, through the richest mineral, timber and agricultural regions
of that wonderful country, to the Yukon River, a distance of 574 miles.
The President and General Manager is (J. V. Dickinson, of Seattle. "Wash., former general
manager of the Northern Pacific Railway; F. Aug. Ileinze. the Butte multi-millionaire; U. S.
Senator Turner, who developed the famous LeRoi gold mines, and other equally well known and
responsible men, arc at the head of the enterprise.
The Company has a right of way secured lv p-oper
ClinK's tn the Interior Department and has, six crews of
sttrvevors at work matin"; the permanent survey. The ex
pense of making the permanent survey and doing the
other worL necessary liefore lonils are floated is be
in"; borne from the sale of 51 preferred stock. The par
value of this stock is80.00 rer share. A small amount
of tbi stock isallott-d to St. Louis, at $10.00 per share,
subject to advance williout notice.
The Alaska Central Railway will open one of the
References: Dun or Bradstreel's, or any Bank in Seattle. Wash.
Full information and proipectut will be gladly furnished.
ALASKA CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY.
Address P. S. HAIRSTOH & CO.,
ontinental National Oi! & Refining Gompany.
e.4e s nVssl.
X 1st 2 .V.ONTHLY DIVIDEND
PAID JUNE 15th.
3rd MONTHLY DIVIDEND DECLARED TO STOCKHOLDhRS
OF RECORD AUGUST 1st.
STOCK IS NOW lO CENTS PER SHARE.
OIL IS QUOTED T 25 CENTS PER BARREL.,
ONLY FIVE DAYS LEFT.
We will give one barrel of oil with each TWO SHARES of stock purchased at 10 CENTS
PER SHARE. When our offer was first made oil was quoted at 10 cents per barrel. See what
stockholders have made that purchased before July 4th.
YOU ARE TOO LATE to get in on the July dividend and the one barrel of oil offer, BUT
YOU ARE NOT TOO LATE to get in on our present offer. There is a chance to make big money
vet: if vou buy before Julv 18th vou can get a barrel of oil with each two shares of stock pnr-,
chased. You will also get in on the AUGUST DIVIDEND.
Our Great Installment Offer. Write For Terms.
Anv person wishing to buv Stock to the amount of $25.00. or more, can get in on the follow
ing ulan: 20 of the amount
amount is paid, making four months.
Your Oil Certificate. One barrel for each two shares will be reserved. Your
dividends accrue from the time j'ou reserve 3'our tock on the entire amount reserved.
Non-Forfeiture Of StOCk. At any time vou fail to make payment, we will issue you .
stock for the amount of money you have paid.
Our Transportation Offer is still open. On deposit in your own bank of S500.00, we
will wire vou a round trip ticket. The next excursion will be July 15th. Get ready to come and
get into the oil business. More monev will be made from oil investments in the Beaumont field
than in am class of investments the world has ever known. N. B. WE HAVE NO LAW SUITS.
Telegrams Will Reserve Stock on the 18th of July.
It I- Filter WlnftVlil. Kans says "I went to Heantnont ami wa tberv shown the different properties ant! wells of tho Company,
whli-li I way nellij far etreedtnl raj greatest expectation I lelev.- nivtdea can conceive without seU$c the wonders of tbe oil
rrld I flrralr liell.'velt Is Ihe best prtipmltlim olfrrrd by any rocipanv. and In mr oplnluti. the oil certificate they Issue will find x
ready marU' for from 10 to M cents perlisrre-1.
H .1 MIlKI-iV: Harvard M Cleveland. Ohio, says:
-Wlthoul dmilit It Is a creat Investment. I have seen
more than I expected Tlie .'ontinental Na: onal ! a creat
Investment I am sorry more of my friends have not bought
loek I shall luiy more stuoL uivsclf "
Our ontsidr holdings arc good. Our Gusher No. 1 is on Acre 4. Block 33. Our Gusher Xo. 2 will be on Acre 2,
Whtn vvc have -old sufficient treasury .tock we will contract for 1.030,003 barrel of tankage. Oil at 60 cents per
barrel will make an asset of S6GO.000.00. What will our dividend be then? If sold all at one time, 2001, besides our
hen i for our "TRrTHFUa STORY." Which is PLAINLY TOLD AND EASILY READ.
Our present offer under present conditions is just as good as our old offer. Buy now. You are getting closer,
buvinjj is a sure thing. Oil was clieaper when our Companr first started. We weren't earning dividends either.
MORAL.-BUY NOW, YOUR INVESTMENT IS CERTAIN.
No subscriptions taken for less than St shares, including free oil c-rtifieate for 43 barrels of oil. Installment
plan, least amount 325.00, with oil certificate for 125 barrels, and fonr months to pay for it.
l'or full particular-, address,
T. B. LEMOIrt, Secretary.
Desirable agents will bs paid
agents their own stock itnmdtatelj..
Incorporated for 5,000,000 shares at the par value of One Dollar per share
Stock Fully Paid and Nonassessable.
160 acres of valuable Copper propertj-, carrying- considerable Gold and Silver.
Surrounded on the north, south, cast and west by the greatest producing mines
in the world to-day. "We need money to develop our property and our first offer
of a limited amount of stock : JOc PER SHARE.
'For further information cail or address
Phone. Kinloch B 1745
QUICKSILVER MIKING CO.
Het Proposition On The Market.
GEO. O. ROGERS.
ca'n from January to June Ti ii'iij ClrcU.
l-elrir trs- fonrer pv-.e-sor of the tanner .aire
to Tower firms brsl pres-nted same tirotre s
t-aoiitsmt. lTis.. Dleklnton. Sir-can and .'h r
maJe addresses. Krank Uol- and Jlrs. trn
dive recitations. Ursni President I- " 11 rrh
turned arals.eJ. Ijtdl-s furn si-d k.ale an I
Carordei-t Installed t-e netr ' fr t t h
oimlCK year, turueni t'hatrialn Mill r -sl1 nT
Ceneial plans s,Ir ,j, e r an embu ar-ta- f i--vvanl
niovem-m. ami rfn-ers nl iwmle. -.re
hlehlr c!e3e.l with th- guIIacIc nf t irel- No -Ml
H-rld's Fair Orcle Nn. Ui hsd a Ine mer
Ins if members and friends ard served iefrr--merts.
Suprerre Clap In In M I er it-i sr-rd h
eould net le rresent and as the an It cf th
leirks as not ro-iipet.d the Icitaiatlon of
ofneer" was posto-ied until next mee In. A
STOCK. - A SAFE INVESTMENT,
As soon as
Fiscal Agents. 1002-1003 Missouri Trust Building, St. Louis, Mo
of stock subscribed for cash. 20
I. A Skinner, ra Fifth Ave N" V. a. aays:
The half has not yet been told. I saw welLsgnsh 150
feet In Ihe air. pure oil. I saw a well come In and Driller Trata
ruell temporarliyaspbyxlatedlu getting the weU closed. The Con
tinental National Is all It has been represented to me and man.
N.TIOH.L OIL AKD REFINING COMPANY,
liberal commissions. Our special agent's
oland Mining Co..
544-545 Genfury Building. St. Louis, Mo.
tooJ time sraa ha Grand President Herc'ieri.
reeiler and many visitors were en hand a-l
tooV; part In the pleasures of the evenl.ir
Lacle-Je Circle. Xo. . had a pood meetln
The Audltlnc Committee a not ready to re
port, and Supreme (.la. plain Ali.ler a.Kl-ei tlat
the Installation of the rew tne-rs l p isip n 1
i two weeks e Mated that tbl kail b-en th-
rule awl was tr-e law rf the -'er hen- a
the safe-t met.od. arl wj a matter of Ju I re
to all the o-mhers f erery eirrle One eae,l -
date was Initiated tnd other nmei pof jud
! Chouteau tlr-'e. ;;n 31 Md a b c ns'al'atiot.
Part Grand PresiJent ( ha p eU!rir alstd
. ly Gran tlnardtsn lle'e Urard liar s!n I c
Ilnon and Urand Sentinel Sandbe-c Vllt t from
many rtrcl-s were prese-jt and J- nel m te
"ireed rf the nr ler." Chouteau u In a meat
otosb-roia ccnd.tlon. with a mernbersh'p cf 3.4
richest regions in the world and is certain to earn diTt
tlends Iront the start.
the bonds are floated every share
of preferred stock of The Alaska Central Railway
Company will be worth par, a5 there is but a
small amount of it for sale.
Buy quick while vou have an opportunity.
This is the best bargain in railroad stocks on
tbe market to.day-
4 44 4444s4ti
2d 296 MONTHLY DIVIDEND
I WILL BE PAID JULY I5th.
each month until the entire
Building. Galveston, Texas.
trip and offer is nnequaled.
QUICKSILVER MINIMS CO.
Write For Parllculats.
311-314 Ccisi.neii.2i lank B'rfg., Si. Losts, Ms.
1 en June IJ. with others added since The ?M
' tire Is In -lht
I Imperial No. SS. hl 1 a delightful meet nt.
I senrlnic tsfreshmeats ta a lare attenda-vce
I tpeeh- by itranl presld-nt an I vl-ltors ert
1 . .HeeHnrs fo- the etmlrjr w el: sclal I.'ir e.
I Mi-rcutt. 1! bs.n, IKp.. Vnt n Ka nb w, Ar-
Anrle-nt Order of United WorUmrn.
Mechanics Lodire had a 'arce atterdvnev at
Its. m-etlnit Thu-dy n.ith . at which ra- appli
cation for membership was rc-elred. with prem
ises cf several more to folk-w In the neir futu e
Past vorkman F c Rchermann was el-ted -
the ofQcle of ruiincler made vacant by the dah
of Hrotb-r Thomas R. Jo-rder. wtw. falthfu:'
served this lodie Id that capacity for fourtc"Tj