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The Climax, Richmond, Ky., Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1917.
Incorporated Under The Laws of Kentucky:
H. WARREN, Vice-President, Cincinnati, Ohio.
E E NOWELL, President, Irvine, Kentacky.
L A. KOEHLER, Secretary, Cincinnati Ohio
About 200,000 Shares Will be Issued, The BalanceWill Remain in The Treasury
On October 3, Mr. George Halmhuber,
Cashier of the People's State Bank at Frank
fort, with Judge James H. Polsgrove visited
the property of this Company. Pumping of
well No. 2, on what is known as the "Gillispie
Lease." was in progress. It pumped more
. than 30 barrels in five hours. This is not
their best well.
A prominent Franklin County Farmer
made an inspection personally of this prop
erty, and bought a thousand shares. This is
the proper method. See what you are in
vesting your money in. A representative of
the company will go with you any time you
may desire and show over this property and
let you see what it will produce.
AH five wells will be pumping Wednes
day, and we are advised that they will fill a
250 barrel tank each day. At this rate the
company would pay a dividend on these five
wells alone, of more than twenty per cent,
and operate only half the time. Figure it out '
for youjself. Well No. 6 will come in Mon
day, October 29, and it will be just as good as
PAN-AMERICAN OIL COMPANY PROVES
VALUE OF ITS HOLDINGS
Those interested, who are doubtful about what
has been represented, are urged to visit this property
for a personal inspection.
Every man who has seen it will recommend its
stock a safe investment. Ask them.
Every prospective investor who has gone and
looked at it, came back satisfied and put his money
About twenty thousand shares more of this stock
will be sold immediately for the perfect legitimate
purpose of purchasing additional leases and increas
ing our holdings, and we know where they are.
We will be selling oil this month, but if we wait
for the proceeds from the sale of oil, we may lose
the other property we are after.
Here is what we already have:
(1) 80 acres of land in Estill county, in the
Fitchburg District, 12 miles N. E. of Irvine, adjoin
ing the property of the Federal Oil Company on the
East and North (with several producing wells where
pumps have been running for more than a year),
and by the Consolidated Oil Company on the South
(where several wells are also being pumped.)
(2nd) Five wells, within a minimum capacity of
twenty-five barrels each per day (to be very conser
vative) already connected up with the Cumberland
Pipe Line Company, which runs all the way through
(3rd) Locations for eleven more wells. No. 6
now well under way.
(4th) Crude oil engine installed and in operation,
a sufficient power for pumping twenty wells, two
250 barrel tanks, all necessary casing and other
equipment on the grounds for the winter.
With crude oil selling at $2.40 a barrel, and going
up, with steamships and battleships using oil for
fuel, with gasoline selling at 75 cents a gallon in
England, $1.25 in Paris (and each consumer limited
at that) and at 29 cents in America, where is there a
better prospect for large dividends on a small investment?
Iff interested, address
Has been disignated by our President and National
Food Commissioner as FOOD CONSERVATION WEEK
and as Dr. Telford said in making the announcement in
his church Sunday, we feel that it is the duty of every
one to comply with any request of the government in
using our resources to the best advantage of ourselves
and our allies.
Therefore, we will, during this week, let each cus
tomer have only $1.00 worth of Sugar and ask them
to make it go as far as possible and thus, in a way, as
sist to relieve the present sugar situation and also carry
out the wishes of our President.
NOW Since the fair is over, and while the weather
was not the best, still the attendance was good, and all
seemed to enjoy themselves, we want to call your at
tention to the fact that we are still doing business at
the same old stand, and can still give you mighty good
prices on a number of articles. For instance,
Wire Fencing, Shoes,
Mens' Hats, Soaps,
and when we say Flour, we mean the best MARY,
LEADER and PERFECTION and a good many other
things that we cannot mention in this short space.
AND REMEMBER We buy all kinds of country
produce and will pay you either in cash or merchan
dise. Give us a call and get our prices anyway.
WE HANDLE EVERYTHING
Union Supply Co.
127 West Irvine Street
Farm and Stock News .
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bought of Minor Teague 60 acres of
land adjoining his good farm near
Marcellus, at ?65. He also bought of
W. M. Flannery a mare mule colt for
E. Shields Cunningham, of Bourbon,
sold his farm of about 320 acres at
Thompson Station, to Judge A. T.
Knox, county judge of Powell county,
for $200 an acre. The purchase in
cludes Mr. Cunningham's residence.
Possession will be given March 1st,
next, when Judge Knox and family
will move there to reside.
Messrs. W. B. Pinkard and J. B. El
lis, of Bourbon county, sold last week
to Charles Doyle, of Bourbon county,
eight acres of tobacco grown on the
Parrish farm, on the Winchester pike
out of Paris, at $30 per hundred
pounds. This crop will avereage bet
ter than 1,800 pounds to the acre and
the amount paid will total fully $4,
320, or an average of S540 an acre.
At the dispersal sale of saddle
horses of Edwin K. and Claud M.
Thomas, at Paris, last week, 45 head
brought a total of $8,000, an average
of about $199. The high prices of
$1,200 was paid for My Sweetheart,
a Bourbon King-Helen mare, which
was purchased by S. M. Derivas, of
Mexico, Mo., who also bought several
other good ones.
At the J. H. Wright sale in the
West End of Lincoln county last week,
the farm of 200 acres was bought of
J. B. Honaker and Eugene Dunn, both
of Hustonville, at $144.25. Milch
cows $60 to $150; McCormack and
Gann bought the hogs at $13.50.
Most of them were fat sows. J. B.
Honaker bought two 1,000 to 1,2000
pound cattle at $9.95; J. K. Baugh
man bought five butcher steers at 7c;
C. C Carpenter 10 900-pound cattle
at $8.85. Mules sold at $100 to $150
and horses at $114 to $135. The
twin mules brought $100.
Real estate sales are quite active in
Montgomery county also. Jack Tur
ner sold his farm near Bunker Hill
to Senator J. Will Gay for about $90
an acre. The tract contains 100 acres.
Joe Henry sold his farm of 226 Vi
acres to L T. Willis, of Nicholas
county, for a price around $125 an
acre. J. M. Henry sold his farm of
826 acres situated on the cross pike
between Grassy Creek and Sideview,
to Harry Mitchell, of Paris, for a
price said to be in the neighborhood
of $13,000. Hon. Richard Reid Rog
ers, of Washington and New York,
recently paid $20 per acre for 119
acres of land belonging to Rice Crook.
The Crook farm adjoins the attractive
country estate of Mr. Rogers, near
Clarence Lebus, who has 12,000
pounds pf it, has refused $1 per pound
for his wooL
W. T. Doolin, of Garrard county,
sold to Joe Irvine, of Boyle, a four-year-old
mare mule for $217.50.
D. E. Young, of the Hubble section
of Lincoln county, has sold his tobac
co, some 3,500 to 4,000 pounds to
Greathouse, of Lexington, at 25c.
Robert Mitchell and Clay Coleman,
of Mercer, sold to Mode Nichols, of
Lexington, their fine five-year-old sad
dle gelding, Red Cross, for $1,000.
Mack Hughes, of Danville and Mode
Nichols, of Lexington, purchased last
week from Coleman and Mitchell, of
Harrodsburg, a very fine Bohemian
King horse for $900.
At the sale of Mrs. A. T. Traylor in
Lincoln county, last week, corn shuck
ed at the heap brought $4.95; cow
pea hay $23 per ton; heifers $57;
milch cows $40 to $70; horses $90 to
$130; pair mule3 $395.
B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, sold
to G. A. Swinebroad, of Lancaster, a
pair of extra nice four-year-old mare
mules for $400; to G. A. Bowling, a
pair of two-year-old mules for $250,
and a weanling horse mule to another
party for $37.50.
The Indiana woman suffrage law is
held to be unconstitutional by the In
diana Supreme Court on purely con
Jonas Angel, nogro convict at Ed
dyville penitentiary, was shot and
killed by a guard. The guard was ex
onerated by the coroner of Lyon
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this at our expense.
There is nothing like Vinol to re
store strength and vitality to feeble
old people, delicate children and all
persons who need more strength.
Try it. If you are not entirely sat
isfied, we will return your money
without question; that proves out
fairness mi your protection.
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
A Good Investment
I have in my hands for sale the
Douglas & Simmons Building
On Second Street
FOURUGOOD STORE ROOMS. Hotel on second
floor. Apartments on third floor. Hot water heat
Every modern convenience. In good repair from cellar
I can sell this building at a price that will yield around
ten per cent on the investment
Will take pleasure in showing this building to any pros
L. P. EVANS
Southern National Bank Building.
Phone 261 or 253.
Chas. Jack Ed
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