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tx --t3Z a,wu"vr,Jji ir epgs,.qg i fxj: ;ja eji?j ,",yfr,wftW-i sgjrtsi'SS'yqajf gji- j. t'T" jjg-.s.o- ' fTsrggagSvIj3a;fei-'a! f'lP1- 3.-. - .4g THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JUXE l, 1902. II y V An Investment of National Interest TiTP 5s no better or safer investment than the 7 per cm nrefened stoifc of the For.- Wirr ship antt Enirlnr Co. of Qolncj, Mini, it Is a legitimate seven percent 'nveTJii lit. and the wide range in the sub scriptions already received serves to illustrate the jKipularity f.f ;he offer made and the way in which It ap peals to the public. It is an Interesting fact that the entire plant and workmen can lie kept employed until the fall of 1!A4 with the work now on hand. Since the offering of the stock to the public ihe company has lieen awarded a contract for two Terr large steel car floats for the New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad. The Audit Company's report of net earnings In five months of over SI 00.0ft shows what the plant K earning, and. If only this rate is maintained, dividends can Ik- paid on the Common tock after paying divi dends at the rate of 7 jt cent on the entire amount of Pref'-rred t ek. In purchasing the Preferred stock of this company you are not pin'ing your money In the hands of in competent people, lint Investing v lth a responsible concern of seventeen years' oxpericnrc.payinc 7 per cent divi dends, and offering the greatest s"-urity. The business is without the usual credit element of rl-U. owing to the work being so largely for the I'nlted States Government, from whom regular payments on account are received as the work on the ships progresses. The machinery and equipment are of the latest design, and no shipyard is better equipped or superior in any way. It should be borne In mind that this is the first offering of the stork of this Company to the public. I'p to the present time all excepting the treasury stock has been held in the hands of the co-partners, who have built up tills successful business lrom small beginnings, .tnd.thflr investment, before he public was asked for subscriptions, amounted to a million and a half of dollars. The direct offering of the stock to the public, in stead of through brokers and bankers. Is n following out of the policy of the Company to give to its stock holders every advantage Ry this method commissions which would, in the case of an offering through bankers, accure to the bankers, will be saved for the stockholder- or the Company. The fact that the Company has been awarded two battleships at one time is an evidence of the manner in which if is regarded by the Navy Department. Reference is made by permission to several national bank- and trust companies. It should be borne in mind that subscrilwrs for the Muck at the present time, in addition to securing the SO per cent bonus of Common stock, which offer may be witlidnwu at any time, will receive the regular semiannual dividend of $3.r0 per share on the Preferred stock, payable July 14th. 1WC A limited amount of the stock remains unsold. 10 per cent in cash with an application for stock will secure an option for thirty da-a on any amount of Preferred stock, carrying with it the July dividend. To any one de-lring further Information an illustrated description of the plant wlf. ':-. sen,. V'gether with a complete financial prospectus, the certificate of the Eastern Aud't Co.. and other matters pertinent to the investment offered Copies of reports made on the plant by several eminent naval and marine authorities are on file In the company's cmce, and may be seen on application. fore River Ship and Engine Company, 128 FEDERAL STREET, BOSTON, MASS. kk GREAT WESTE BEST INVESTMENT IN THE WORLD TO-DAY. WE H4.VE PrnCHASED Ot'R SWEL.TEII of 1(( to 1S5 tonn dnllj cnpiicltj from AM.IS-CII4.I.MERS CO. of Cht enco. III. Flrat uhlpment ivlll be mndc- In TIIIRT1 DAV", nernnil In TIIIIlTk Uls following. r rrrriiril n Irlc Bratn from the Prraldrnt and "ecrrlarj- of thp Compun. atatlnc that tlic l.IIlintT I.KIKiE had been cro-cnt nn the LAST CIIAMTU Mine, ."OO FEET luTvcr tbnn the apex of the mountain, proi Iiik Hint thla led Br extend r,00 FEET I DEPTH, 4,000 feet In lenctb and from O fert to 14 feet In -nridth. Write for iinr market letter, which tells the ntnrj- of WEtLTB IN THE "BREAT WESTERN" 3IINES. Pur value of thlo muck ! I.(H per iliurr. elllnB now at Be. ThU mar be the I.4.ST OPPORTtIT yon will rrer have to linj a dollar", worth of atork In the Great Weatern" Gold Company for 5c. "GHKW WESTERN" stand to-dar before the world WITIIOIT an EQUAL. There la no nilnlns cnmpanr on earth that will eompnrr with It. Hundreds of nrrrm of mineral land. every foot of It containing; cold. Bur Orent Western Gold Mock, nil IT TO-IIA1. n fipportonlt; like this comes to too bnt O.VCE In a LIFETIME. Ilnr 5.0OO shares. Hl.ooo shares: It will make jun IMIEPEMJENT of nnj- M IN on earth. Mines located In Shasta County, Cal., In the Flat Creek District. In IfMIl Ifd.HlC.Ta.- was taken from the mines adjolnlnar the Great Western Gold Company's property. Minsta Conntj has produced, since the discover of Bold In California, a11H.IK21,344 In plarer cold. Of thr alioir sum Ts.(MIO.O(MI was taken from within n radlns of ronr miles from the GREAT 'WESTERN Gold Company's nronerlr. IH'tI.olo worth of nlncer irnld was taken jr ll t " l1 Creek, which Rt'SS THROUGH the GRE.T WESTERN property. 4 Til legal liXehed ns fast as men and money can do It. Aeain, we sny, IK Y GREAT ft Pimilnmnr.511"41-1 LflTLB r IIL... K V Men i 1 FINANCIAL BETTER ANO BETTER Are the Reports From ihe California King Gold Mines. Senator Pettlerew WIrea About the Larse Deposit of 10.0O-Ore, Wblcb Adda Millions of Dollars the Value of the Property. On Wednesday night Te recelred the following telegram from Senator Petti-gre-x, Tlce president of the California King- Gold Mines Co.: Yuma. Arizona, Uay 3S, lfcA. lacleds InTeetroent Co.. in Pins Street, St. Lcclt. Mo. 1V have fouDd ths hactdiiR wall for orer three thousand test and a crest bodr of or that -will mo ten dollars per ton. I believe the mine la werth very majiy millions. k. j" PErrnGREW. Senator Pettlgrew is also chairman of ti ExecntlTe Committee and will stay on the .property until the mill starts, July 1 11 U almost Impossible to estimate What this body of ore means iu added yalne to the property. All the estimates of values have been based on ore at f 3IK per ton. 'When you consider that there are millions of tons that will go $10.00 and letter you must agree that the mines are worth "very many million," as the telegram says. Work is progressing rapidly on the mill nnd It will be running by July 1 withoift fall. The railroad' is finished and tlie cars and locomotives are on hand ready to carry the ore as soon as the mill is finished. We cannot urge you too strongly to buy this stock now while it can be sp enred at $&00 per share. The company 1 capitalized for $5,000,0001,000,000 hares, par value, $5.00. The mines arc located In San Diego tjounty, CaL, 20 miles north of Yuma. '.Ariz, and cover 560 acres. It is the largest deposit of low-grade or In this country. The ore can be mined and milled for less than $1.00 a ton. The mill has a guaranteed capacity of 2.000 tons a day. If the ores averare onrr sann nor ton the profits wlU be $2,.'KK) a day, or 25 per cent on the Investment, but with 910.00 ore and millions of tons of It, the profits will be much larger. We consider this one of the most meri torious stocks now on the martt, with .wonderful prospects for the fuase. Dividends will be paid In September. If too want further Information write for IllRitrated stockholders' report and prospectus. Beralt la the nsual way To the Antharlxed Xsents. UGLEDE INVESTMENT CO., BRVCEB. OYLER, President Fboae, KlnJooh O 216S. T0T-O-11 :gftati St. It. Lents, Ho, Free! Free! Free! 81k Months. NORTH AMERICAN MINER. Sptl aont-w on xratett goM-twpsr ntlntnr Sn AXIMrtasA Orwifln.n anrf lUmfilit. stoirof Jr JIM larcstsd pars am (2.000 rer lr. XaisTMtlBj. B.trurtir.: .Ho bow to mak. roppsx; Eieimoo jo. u to onuun special itsue. WHEELER A CO, 22 Dresdmr, X. Y. IMXELS OF MONEY. . ." ggw-trd moranient In New York stock X Jt jeTOtnaneinc. BUVTHE RIGHT STOCKS NOW Ao&Ttn will Bttk. laurels ct raooer. OsU -or-rttM sad w will tell jtw what to bayv"eIiri. 3P srtsrs or lnrest roar money lo ts runt slacks. Aoooosts of W acd cpwartfs accepted. ELLIOTT A COMPANY. ait Mm St, - - - HT. T-or-ta rn. 1 ' -. r -. - FINANCIAL X. . IIENnERO.N S. CO., ma Win r jood gain, and all tm t b eathu lartle anl alie lo th int-Trt of th -out i'boralx Court mrt in their rw-w hall Th)--tt?mh and Wright strrtp and had a hiu warralnf Latt dMeratlons from sister ct-rrs were in aiienaancr i-iethtrn appllcati -r.i wfr recelvd. A claw of twMity will be initiated at the next metini: Ienton Court fca.d the Iarpe: attendanr- nf it hictory at the laftt teeBton tentn applica tions were recrvd Tlwir monthly drawing waj held, the prize blne the znontblr du A laree rlasft will be Initiated at the next eesfton. con eluding -9.1th an entertainment and hop All members and merater of rtter courts are in ilteNl to b prevent Gennanla Court had a well-attndd ssi!on and received several anDllratlons All members jromija to asst the court in tolng to reach 1 A-?IL?r?cn-r . . . . . Century Court met a-i usual and Initiated a larr cla-s. with full deer 1-octfr I'aul Vek- ciina: asitaDDi JWpn. ... ween .fui no a large aittioance. it cing sn oi-n me-tlnB Broth-r McQuarter, t-d -.... -- --.-... .... rii..lt.. .i. .... k.ii ..i .. 2r.? nnit JD? li?,w'. "7i- ,aPd r""!.v'3, ,"a' ???,i2.BrW,;Ji0?:,t.r..::,f.'?. elertlons at th flrst miinp. tn Jun1 and mmt',"5 are earnest!) ijuFtd to flt-'nd th Mvri. i.- .vuw "... iiuio I.W.. rl..a..uuUi mrunpn Order of Mtitanl Frntrctioa. TVah ane Lod No h had a well-attenl-ed rorrtlDR on We.jDeday. Doctor II N Ljnn preBidms A number of Iftltoro ere prent, three candidates wer initiated, on- proposed ami lntrestlRK talks for th (food d the oruer were features. 311rourl I-oilpp No 3. had an en erflfiwirB meeting on Munda. th oraion toeing th- offi cial visitation cf the iupreme bCTlcern. th past president and deput association Heerai nl-e erhes erc made for tht- good of the ordr Hepotutloni ere adopted to contribute t, the orld Fair Fraternal tuUdlnx Th iwrettrj a presented with a handsome Filter twrrv et which he propex: to donate lo the nr si-jnMir vi tt nw canuiaaie. Ht. IjOUIk Lodee- No 29. had a roup Inn- m-t i Inr. with Ieputj Grlrr.m a Huienlor -Th of ncem and memberi of thli 1 Klg are anak V ! the opportunities offered them in their North ht. Ijtmla fleld, and as a renult there wan une j Initiation and two pn penal s Vimtors wr" ! present from No t and No 1S, and were ie- ETuea nv tne uruoj entenainment after mtlnjc Confl.ant Lodr" No IU. met with a ood a tendance and Father Kleb In the chair Inter ettlng debates r- the rule In thli lodge and erte to keep the enthuiarm of th mmber at th proper hot ilnr point. Brother Herrman. th renlal secretarj. U one of th ttanch ipp.rfr of law and order, and hai it aeld- a tpr.al prixe for new mmber Sehillr I-odjre, No 2S met on Tuda with Ita usual full houne Several rrrvnraiB for mm l-ershlp were received a nice, ent-rtalnment after i "" T.runc wan xne ueuai arawtpg- cam for many rlnlton Uhny ldne. No a. had a wIl-attnde1 nitirr ,Wdniiday and renolutlon were raiifed Indora'ru!: the elTortn of the Supreme Lodjce t-. lnereat. nTmb-rhlp of this Jjrwdlrtion rapt PrMdnt Society held its rcular m(nh IT meetlCr lasrt RiitiIbv inf th m v-3. wall attended The World Fair Fraternal bu Idlnjr project ww thoroughly dlcued and heartily lndonid Purthr propoeitirnii for the montr picnic to be held in Pptmber were made w jjj5Aiisi Fu-pne party wa itivn to iputv HacKhaus on Saturday evnlnc at hl rpMilOTre lodirefi. The viftt'oi. were of coun hanrmomeh ' uw hit- uirmwnl OI jiouni i-iraani ana omr , entertained by tn. frer.Ul r-lplnt of the ?w prise, and remMlna toceuier tn the : of tpirlia ' until iheee ma hour cf th mornir.E , j Woodmen of the? World. ' Preparaticns 'ir anntrfr da June t, ie i ien comrieieo ana ti Friday eienlna- at F-a ternal bulldlnfc cIsm of mo-e than Utt wll' tie Initial-! into the nttrle of W-odcraft repu- tj AViniam m. imnf wUl occur th vonul commanderB station and will b- BlFtd , th duree teams of 9t lul- and Mount Auburn Camps, and the ale team Te-mtna. Camp a uniformed body of eeenty fle chcp;er Mapnolia Camp initiated elht canddats Ion Friday evenlnr bad eleven applications and made preparation!" for celebrating amnertarv da Consul Commander Al Blank and Hscort litt! roann who have the wUare or th "bibv -amp In hand. reDort brilliant prwct( for tb future and hav already cured a membership of stxtj - one romupiapijc chonier The members of ilount Auburn Camp were JCTeatly surnnsed FYldar eienlne. when Kor- elcn Georjre O Jury submitted his resinnatlon as consul commander, to tak effect at onco. i?o -ereitn Jury for the pat four yars has ben an active worker for the camp and has morkd his way to the hlrhest honors of the camp flavins ben effered and accepting ft lucrative posUlcn at Pes Moines la . Brother Jury's transfer card was. regretfully allowed Two candidates wre initiated and one application received Bylvan Camp had a very larjre attendance Tat had one aonllcatTon The committee havlne in 1 TTJUTfrtnv evening charg-e the excursion cf last Funday on the Illll j City reported a roost pleasant time and a hand some sum added to the banker's fund The ladle, of Oak Grove participated du-Ins "pwl of the order" and were entertalnel by music, refresh ments, and addresses by Sovereign c R. can-er C. TV Main and Harry J. Davis of Shui camp and George W B.rr and John Peck of Elk Camp In a letter received late Thursday evening OIL, SEWS. My market letter dsscrtbe, ths exact situation at Beaumont. Write or wire for IL Odd lots of the best stocks at way down prices. HOLLAND S. REAVIS. Citizens' Xatlonnl Dank Dldc- 11EACSIOXT. TEX. $173.60 NET CASH Has been paM on every Invested with n sine first. of this year: your capital doubled in three jnonthr er the roost successful ur-tn-iaiii "?5? JSSUff i2L,TllcklT '"Teasing; a moderate I J?SicalSLL,Sl!lLm'.1';''". fr ; 22"L 5LU1- Bn Co.. lia Broad ws, iin twisw FORTV - TWO men worklnc. work he- WESTERN Gold Mock at tic per 30H Continental nnnk nld., t. Iinls, Win. from the bovereiKn ('amp, Omaha, announcement is made that .Sovereign 'mmander J C Rom smi-fipj ham G Smith editor of the Vliltnr. and several other will rlit St Louls to j-arttcl-, pate tn Friday enlng n big meeting: at the Fra I ternal bulldlnir . The -v-arious commltt halnp In hand the I celebration and xl nir at the Fair Ground rn Sunday, July 12 hae rfn busily enraged in , the past fk atKi good pr grej.s has ben made Th 2S3 camps tn Missouri hae been notice 1 of th eent. tickets hae been placed on s.ile end nt-gotlations with U railroids made fnr re , duced rats to the crld s Fair city on that , dat Soxerelgn J W Kaler of Fort Hrot. Ka . announces his int-ntlor, to J present, and with him the Fort Scott t nlformed Guards if th- W. O- W . with hoereicn Gtrorre U Moore as captain. It ha also been decld-d to irtv JS in caph prizes for athletic and other events Th- different pommltteeR haie eltcted chairman a fnllnW9: rmmitte at Lanre. will X rtar. ehalr- , mo! jiiuiin n iiuirnr man William H ITuehr ecretjr William Itlchsrdson. treasurer on recrudh Wllllsin ' ' ". Ger"e Ben. IcchaJrrna" "at?. , ' MadlMin. barfire. Otto Ehrhart! ' '""n HuBh. spoils. Ix-nnL. Vl-hle prtnttne. V' HonbUtt. floor. James aaunder-f decora- IIOnH ( YlaEr Hlckfr Ciirnif Mid another later attenda-c ( ".V-dr.esiIav enlnp ""nnu! Vmmsndr Gorir i Merritt, p-esidini:. Right applications were r I rtlted and four irid upon Hlckor eiprt to I contribute thtrtj-fie randidttep tnr the blc lnl- tiatl' n at Fraternal buildfne on Friday erenlnc ana will attend tn a bed; llenton Camp nad a routine meetinp last Tue. etenlnp. rcelted and acted m i",tenten applira. tlons. Consul '"ommander Dunran M Wilson of ( WaM Ottnp, Consul ommandr George Merrt't of Hlckorj mp and rorel(rn Smith of Botan leal anp l"!td. and f nfratulatd lien m Camp on its p-eat Trosrrlti Excursion om- mltte reporf-d pofid pnvpeii( in le fo- th ' annua outing to O if Ion Terrace on Sunda" .Iun 1Z Terminal Cnmp'J mtln(c Wednesday evenlnc i van the bekt and larceM mwetlnp of the past ( tnree monthf and the twent-n- appllration- an"."unced ard balloted upon created prat ti- thiK.acm Terminal iimiis Amt.lflr.n t ii. ru) t'horp nnd til Iuih campn In mmbenhli and all tb mmlwr? hat. b-n working ha d with tr-nt nd In tlew Th rtiifoiatlnn cf S-w reim Tullj a aflntant clrk ar acrppted i.nd Hot-relcn Whltacre elated and lntalld Kxcur- don ommitt-e r ports k i prtiKreF on tne ramp annual null i.e. dar. June V2, to H-d wni'n win taKe piac :-un-liud r Kul Kilt of 17 thin. All the Knlfrhtp uf Pthla whf are D'ennmsr j to eo to California In August will rrv, t'.e ' chance of a lifetlm to pr man v ond-f u. thing In a short time First 'hre H 1 the b!p rainenng!" in r-an t ranne''"- au'i i ti w whre fullv 1 000 "thlam pilRrtnn will crvt I on anoth- and tnke part in all FortF of en- i joabl function" Hicht in the cltv thee -lslt- or- durtnc lntrval. cf buRln. will nee all California m miniature in the way of collection of minerals and tree and flori and frnlt from all the counti-. of th State That's a fhanc for the enlTl5lnc resident I'ythlann t fancl- , nte th t i-lttn- and make thm tam for more , And more th can -e. for arransremcrtt are . l- lilc TT. to Monnl Tsnwlrals. the hlrhmoun tain that merlk Han Fratirl"co am; thf ra- i inr. to R-uita irui bv-thf-S-a. the Ncwim't nf th merar to an jnp nnn tn- cTeat mak ui rator: tn I1 ilonle. th ramojn all-tl-ear muuhm '"tr " -i"icj u;. i- .-. tir-oarde of tren. to the oranee troi of PortnlIlc R!er.de and Orovlli to pnead-na and up alKe th cjud br electric rail Tray to Mount Icw Wabash Idpe at l lat meeting, wan rut- pnd Y tn eni" or nn. mmwi rrom f- rade l(!t. No WC of Granite Of III . headed h their chant-llar r-.mmander Hut Wabash we I eUal to the Tnergm-y, and uhlle the OTftanlPt o r nnil .rillA hA rtrnTm9 n t aecaa enteriainea in lioy wun aome nne i music an Impromptu lunch wae ierred bv a I r.elt-hhorlna fctrer Tour Kqulres earned the golden pur of Knlrhthood sod all prent en- j lavrA the fine ok that a? done b tVaharh . team The visit of the succor will lone b J remembered lis all who were preeent a.nd th.lr I return to jsuc-ordrni was n the Eastern sky he-aids the dawn of a new dav. Lnfavette LffllB o irs worked the ranlc or I'ace on file candidate ct laat convention At pllcatione are etlll rornlnp In as promised rr the memtrs The K R A- F found two more applications on his delc The r G Is calllsc on the delinquent members and rromtsea to brrnr In a favorable report at next meeting". Pvtharo'as Ixdae. No US. worked the rank of Knight at lat eesion in their usual Impres sive manner nd will work In rank of Page at next convention The nes bv-laws have been approed and will soon 1 procurable by the members Ijldlcs nf the G. A. II. Funday decorations of floral offerings and nags were placed on the graves of dead members in 'William Henry HlarK and ine various cemrienes ine grave of colonel tnat ot Jlrs. uzbeth two circles Of these Noble were visited by the names, and with appropriate services beautifully uTnea wiiu muuim ,i iwr ana respeci. ne committee from Blair Tost No 1 G A. R mt the ladles of the circle at Colonel Stark's grave placing their offerings there In memory of their late ccmrade The Ixbeth Noble Camp of the Rons of Veterans also come with their offerings t- the grave of Mra. Nrel.le A mound was erected In loving memory of Past National President Mrs Nettle E Ounlock. who died re cently On the morning of Decoration Day the members of the order, m conjunction with rlster organ! rations, placed their annua offering In memory of Genera! U s. Grant, on the monu ment of this hero which stands In the City Hall ?!"-.. AJter..th "pplftlon cf this work many visited the National Cemetery at Jefferson Bar racks, while others arslsted In speolat eerrices. Ft. Jamen Home circle. No. 11. assisted the G A. R of Et James and the Harding Port of St. cSi'il J.1 w!l.rSBSerJ' ,cJ 'r St- ,aro, Fed-rat Soldiers' Home Mra Jennie A. Clary, past de- Efs?.m'nt0.tr',m"1rr' J Kansas City, has D-en i-"li!J! .SS. YiHA rt w,-lc returned In time to help Phil Sherwan Circle. No. . with their memorial sen-Ires. " "n Eureka. Cctmcll had a' pleasant tfme tMr last m-tlng A rSd ; d?.i IJSLi?BJ.f '! noysil Lragne. by the members of this council snd ecrwlderible j business transacted. Two appllcatloia werTi v;ed. and enrauraBlne rejiorts rnntlau to crro from Kana '"tt 'ouni il Their m- nC r.lcfcf leg been i-haiK1 tu Tuesda Instead l-Tidav A lars attendance R-rtiJ the officers it th-ir lrst metlnr mr application was rec nej Th members at Grele Council. t .t at Their last myelins. dfaiii to hae rauir durn lnltiatinn b.rafter. and Mr Pnrr ,. au thorized to arpomt an orsanlst and rc .mtM ant onanist to conduct this work This will add tn tr pnpuianrj z irni council ijmn wa . serv-J after th- meetmc Brother shonf. id an- nouneed lha: le uould take a vacatl n an 1 be t rone .erai w-rs.. which i-ae wna cinini tl'Doilmrn ut tlic AVorld. Elk -amj h. 'i a larse a'tenlin ts )Tie) Ws on edn-eday e'.entni:. and etc applica tion were handed In Fi.ur randldale. uv ,ih llxated- The croe if S-"-eie7i Cmrr.i- y jj, f man. who l burie i In sr Harrus Oerneter Kins' f hichwa and Graols axenue wl'l be decorated on Suiulaj. Jun- 2 lock p m Soierelgns Herp Welse and Taepe re ap pointed a committee to arranKe d'l de-a le EGYPTIAN RUINS ARE DUPLICATED IN MEXICO. Mmllnrlty of ObrllnUt nnri Tomlm Knnn(! !c Mnle if Ooircu and Land of MIe. Mexico City. May 31 t.f-onn.do Batres. cor.ser"ator of national monument?, fca re- tumetJ trom his exploration ainnne th rulnc of the Zapotrean cities in the State of Oaxaca. Amor.K other dloveriep he found th ruins of an anclfnt city on Monte- Albar.. which fihon? jnmistakatl lndiration -f havinc ben hubmrced ivrhap 3' y-irs apo, for truces of extinct marine life were discovered. Amnnc the ruirs ij an obltsk similar to those of EiTpt. which wap found plard at the entrance to a tomb exactij as wa the cuiftom In Kgypt. Mr. Eatrs will make a aetauea report oi tms remarKaoie pre historic city to th Go-eJTiment. Monte Alban was visited some timp ap;o by I,rofpssor Colmes of the Smithsonian In Ptttution of "VVahlnpton D It tands 1.800 feet hifiher than the city of fiaxaa and it has a center square surrounded by great temples. The water ytem mr th park will o1 ' finally completed, at a cot of jftfc Thi ' consists of a renoir holding iw (. cal- ! Ions, elrvated high enough to gtv fir I protection and water supply to Port Tl-i JowFtone. the hotels at Mammoth Hot Fprlnp; and the Inltd States piurinecrinff i quartern, and to irricate th mii pquar plateau near Fort Tllowstonp. which wl'l be made highly productive ihrh The largest slnple item of JfVtOf-. 1 not one-fifth of the wm that will be ppent by thp Federal fiovtrnmcnt. 1uT to ken th- I dut out of the eje of usltors at th park. The duKt evil beetim so enr;i! last year that Co.rnl "hlttendn re'-ommended to the department macadr.mizlnp K-0 mile of the main roads with a srrlp of is fet of crushed stone Thi wa apj'rovpd, and sixty miles will be covered thip 5 par by first puttinp; on tut nine feet Colonel f'hit tenden reported it was Impossible to k-'ep away the dust In any other way. The bis new road of the vear it to coc K0.000. and will eonnct Yellowstone Lik v with the terminu of the B &. M IL R .it the eastern boundary of the park k vine; paBenKPrs a beautiful drive dirc from the railroad to the heart of the park Colonel Chittenden ha submitted o the department plans for a J.V1OC0 llcht riant thj.t will, if ordered by the department supply electric lipht for the barrack" .t Fort Yellowstone, the huteli at Mammoth Hot Sprinps and the United State engine- r quarters The sum of $20flon will be pert thl vetr In building: new quarters for the enlne new cottage station for the pua-N an 1 new warehnu-es for the Governmt-nt sup plie. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. Interpstiiic Fipnn'S Show Progress in Counties jmd U'sTvation-. nra'T-BI.Tf FPECI AI WshlnKtcn. May 3! Th Cenrw Barrau has Issued a reort compnns agricultural statistics of the contley and Ijidiaii. na tion" In th Vnltrd Stat"? It chows that the Chickasaw Nation. Indian Tcrrlt prv ladp In the number of farms, haunt? 16ST4 The following rank nxt The Ch'rokce Na tion. Indian Terrltorj. 12 ST farms. Phoctan Nation. Indian Tt-rritoo S.SC-. Lancaster County. Pennsylvania. 9.427: Oranpfhurg County. South Carolina, 6.4'jf. and St Law rence Countr New York. 83 Crow IrjdlJt; Rervatlon. Montana lead" In farm - lth 3.S0fVi a-'es It is fol lowed : tlarflej Count. Tna.. 3.246.335. Chickasaw Natior. Indian Territor . 3.24C -1ST: Wichita. Kiowa and Comraanche In dtan Reservation. Oklahoma 2.5W.67S; I'ecos County. Texas. 2.1DS.MT. and Cherokee Na tion. Indian Territory. LM6.T1S. Hartley County. Texas. Is the headquarters of larce cattle companies and Home of the area re ported as beloncing to that county undoubtedly- is situated In surrounding counties Cherokee Nation Indian Territory, leais In Improved farm area, having LIC CI acres. i il ' iuuuni mruinn .xiiiuii. iimiun ' Terrltorj- UUOI acre-: Ca, Co-jnty. North It Is rolioweu hi ( hlckasaw Nation. Indian Dakota 977.951 Fresno Crcntj. California. TSe.337. Grnnd rcrk County. Xortb Dakota. 74J.5C7. and Whitman Count . Washington. 713.975. Cook Countv III. Iralc In the value of land and building, with J77.lftTi.2r Ttankinc next are I? Angeles County. California. with S70 S9L30. McLean Count-. . IlllnoK S61.1Q1.24f). IinaFter County. Pennsylvania. JC..33Ji.55') I.a Salle County. Illlnil. S22JS3. H( and Livingston Countv. Ulinoip J50.37S.- '"hlckasaw Nation. Indian Territory. leads in th& value cf live ptork on farm. with S17.9T4 S2i Cherokee Xatlrn. Indian Terrl torv. I next, with J.W0.Vtf: CreM: Nation. Indian Territory, with JS.2r": Cuter Countv Montana 5712725: Wichita, Kiowa and Comanehe Indian Reservation Okla homa. K 423. and Choteau Countv. Mon tana. IT 977.041 L.inr.itrr Coun. Penncvlvama lead in the value of furm products, with J12 Gt 415 Then follow CMej.-a3W Nation. Indian Ter ritory, with Ji77&p'. McLean Count Il linois. 110 TM.045 St Liwrenre Countv Nw Tok. IS &3G3fi D'tne Countv. W!ronlr 193 9i9 and In Sail" Countv. IHInoiP SS. .207. MAY INHERIT FIANCES MONEY. San Francisco fJirl Bclifvcs Cnpi talist lado Will in Her Favor. Qa mMmr- rnl v.rti -rrhnn T0-e. ' an rancipro. Cal.. May XL "When Jam Flnlavson died at Fan Rafael he -rap en- j - ,,. i ?. t ... r-.w--t Ka to be marri Ml Tviura FarwelT of thi cltv waj the vounpr ladv of h!a -i-i -j" ... i- ,.... , rt choice, and at her request the- California ciai admlnlftrator of thf vlll but Instltntort , . ,w .,,, .i.u,.. ... , a crch of the late capitalist? effects tr axcenaln If there wa a will yubefruent to tal miK jn jjs If there If surh a will fia Vo-.ii fu r Jlias Farwell I convinced that a teener has been left her. Finlayon s funeral ta held last veek and Miss Farwell vies one of tht nourn- ern Vhn the re.Tmln wre nhfitif tn h. borne from the house M.n Farwell 0bbea hlttfrH and had to Le led ami Sh -" .- could not go to t'j press I. awn Cemete- where the remains were cremated, but ent directly to he- hone at No lln Hush .treet Mis? Farwell i" employed by Atto.-nej Hde as menotrrapher A few days aco h met Flnlayson and the aced caplatllst con fided In her as he had never done wnh any one. Flnall the became ensased ana were to hate been married, bttt Kim iyon illneF prevented While he lay stniKRlinjr between life and death at San Rafael Ml Farwell visited Flnlaj-son. but he was un conscious and did not rccosnlze her. GLUCOSE PUNT FOR WAUKEGAN Independent Concern Has Capita! of $3.HI.'!,W10. Chicago, iil. May 31 The announcemetit. has been made that a CWO.f0 glucose plant Is to be erected at TVaukegan. 111., inde pendent of the Com Products Company. It was eald by A. H Kerning that a Fjndi cale had already been formed with a C 000.O capitalization, and that enough money had already l-en ia.&td to begin the erec tion of a modern gluco?e factory. C M Warner of Syracuse, N.. T., former president xf the United States Sugar Refin ing; Company of Waukegan. Is said to be at the head of the new syndicate. Associated with him are E. R. Chapman and Mr. Ker sttng. Mr. Kerning was connected with the National Starch Company until that con cern wa.s merged with the Corn I"roducts Company. DEXTAI, SOCIETY. MEETING The regular meeting of the St. LcuIh Dental So ciety will be held at the Llndell Hotel Tuesday night, beginning at 8. Papers will be read by Doctor H. Prlnz and Doctor O. T. Fruth. BEXEFTT COSCERT . concert svlll be giver at Tiffin Hall. Ferguson, next Fri day night for the benefit of the Catholic Church, beginning at 8. ! ' Iowa, Illinois, Kansas. iness Men Ought to Receive Our Prospectus in Time to Get Both Our Stock Certificate and Oil Certificate at Ten Cents Per Share, Including Our Declared for Stockholders of Record, July 1st, 1902. YOU ARE TOO LATE FOR THE JUNE DIVIDEND, BUT FOR A SHORT TIME . . . You will ffct with each share of dividend-paying stock of the Continental N&tionaJ OH and Re fining Compa.ny an oil certificate for one barrel of oil. DOfy'T STOP, BUT LET US TELL YOU WHY Other companies are putting- traveling salesmen on the railroad and spending- large amounts of money in advertising and commissions in tr mg to find a market for their oil. Our Stockholders Are Our Salesmen. Our Stockholders Receive the Traveling Man's Pay. Our Stockholders Get the Advertising Money. Our Stockholders Get the Commission on Sales of Oil. 5 5 5 Our Stockholder Gets a.n Oil Certificate 5 5 5 Worth as Much as He Pays for His Oil and Stock Certificate Combined. Oil experts say oil will be worth 50 cents per barrel in less than six months. Don't say we are giving the stockholders too much because wc are giving them more than any other com pany. It is the way we do business. Now when we give you this oil free, don't ask us to buy it from you. We couldn't pa- dividends if we did. Find a customer for it yourself. You don't have to pay for barrels to load it in. The railroads will furnish tank cars. The only cost to the person having the oil certificate is a small charge of two cents per barrel by the pipe line company for loading. IT'S SIMPLE! IT'S A GOOD PLAfl! IT'S A SUCCESS! Every person accepting our offer to put up $500.00 and visit the oil fields, transportation fur nished by us. will be thoroughly satisfied or the purchase will not be made. L. A. SKINNER. PUBLISHER, 63 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY, says: "The trip to the Beau mont fields, and the investigation of the Continental National Oil and Refining Company's holdings was a revelation to me. Instead of the literature of your company being an exaggera tion. I will say that the half was not told. I did not understand how the company could give an oil certificate, but I find that the company can afford it. and that it is the best investment I know of. I note with pleasure that your company has declared its second monthly dividend. "Yours truly, L. A. SETXNER." Send us your order for stock and ask for prospectus. If within fifteen days after prospectus and stock are mailed, you become dissatisfied, your money will be returned. For alt particulars, prospectus, write the company .... CofilisieRieJ National Oil . Refining Comp'y, T. B. LeMoin, Secretary, Levy Building, Galveston, Texas. Remit by draft, postal or express money order or wire. ib-d uDd ont: 1 Ma i r i ll" MlliniMI i .Nobi2sa craqc e.cs3S4 V'BId per Acre se , -- u .ti3.E3J,3So. S I . . .. .. i rovc-n, s s-;a nr- Kansas. Aereciejc etG2.770 r-iilC per Acre IS,,. -oToiv.eia lG7csaau Stoker G.E5S.55CTor.B. IMSOIlAL r!oi a OELLIJLUSE GO i y Ttl fnt'rprlo will 2$i J3 nr tn Is all lhi wntfra3'l5 locnar'. rhiar ni'HisB U tie rarnitr. iarBub'nr s" aifC2f laha'aai cfcfreirSI fr railrsidt. MARKET ,F- F -r ra r m II I hl co .n wil u- titu 'lt in hj nn ' f - in f u i w , ir 'nifi i 5irt ii a fur-- ' t a--l dtf.t . 'T r ana -11 ,- s- t rt riFUi :c n um an.! p tus w ' r f u ( SANFORD EViAKEEVER. Fisaa! enf, phone 1.-.40 iHitmviN 84 Adams St., Chicago. ggm Ibou! Two Thausand Shares Left ai $50.09 Per Share. Will Be Withdrawn from the Market on or Before Jaly 1st. " Verde Grande " is guaranteed by twenty-five million dollars' worth of ore blocked out and ready for smelting. i, "Vfnlo fJrand'" at S."iimi jht .-liar- 1 U-s.- than uf-tmlf of ir ral value, as proTen bv sworn reports of reliable t rxprt and mini-i. "Vonh- Jraulc" at a upih nf forty fin-t 1ms juT npnir-d up a larsc ore body assaying a hundred dollars per ton in silver. li'r.idt Ix-lne rifli in n!d and pjxt. "Verde Grande," now at a depth of 1(!5 fe -t. eontinne- to become more compact and richer. "Verde Grande" do- not sive "prize patkases" or "copper Jewelry" as an inducement to Intending purchasers, nor will it continue the -ale of treasury stock for "improvements" and pay rejrnlar monthlv dividends at the same tinje. Sri0.no orisinally invetd in Copper Queen, a near n"!shlor of the "Verde Grande." i now worth $4n,C Wi.fK) orisinally invented in the I'uited Venle. north of the "Verde Grande," in the same ran.ce, is Reliable miner state that at the preat dividend pater.. $r.o.00 Invested now In the "Verde Grande" will In time buy ymi a house and lot. or a farm. AH "Verde Grande" shares -ct III draw large dividends sure for a lifetime. $.VMk shares In the "Verde Grande" will draw more in cah dividends than ten times that amonrrr invested in average trust and oil stocks; as can be proven by the acsoal bullion deposited In its great natural vaults readv to draw against. "Verde Grande" S.Ww"i shares will surprise the world in less than five years. To miss this chance for a safe and sun investmenr is to neglect one's best interests. CALL OR WRITE FOR EXPERTS' REPORTS. SUITE 802 CARXET0N BUILDING, SIXTH AND OLIVE. "GET THE FACTS." OH Investors Journal. The tnnh and nothlnr but thr truth ccncsrnlJisT the Beaumont fW4 and other Southern oil fields. Accural reports on all companies fre. to subscriber Send SO cents for 4-mos. trial subscription. Ad dress Oil Investors aoumai. Beaumont. Tex. FINANCIAL Bi I m ' Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Oklahoma Bus rv ii n- nf oaper pu p n the fare of the earth Is made from vegetable fiber. The tjn t r ,- ,.u ha & v rJrajiy cuf iff in the United States. Manufacturers of paper are n w run i Mti t.a1 r their suppi -hlnerv sta1kt- Paicnts and Processes for mannfactcrin? from the -waste ail Rrade-t of paper, feed and by-products. Map shows tgnnaKe available for pulp right fuiit on map the waste that can be turned COHV I1EI.T AD COH CROP, liKH): scroaqt u.oo.s iuiacia. TlCja par cr& odic -v Triti v;.if Ttnsasf343. VAtcreae i'nli.. 4.a9r,09iec S ? !3.?,&r&. l AC W,v! ilowa x.k, VimIh "w. Kairrx&eSbA V , . jajc.rjfi3o.-"' Missouri ! - t STOtc fricfc! per Acre 2Sb Tool Yield IOO.T.S.A0 Iv-iuo S 5.7SZZ3C3. Stcwe-. 7 59&.1330; Th fjruT was available HOW B'JiLDIKG . .""P'ViTZ cT ! t ji ma hin- - f r tre rrit plants. i ItPJEOTnOP k ' xan.lr. cur Ma- I GRANDE" same stage of development "Verde Grande" ein3 for rsy I'rospcctns and V.ny of tlic 31 K. A T. Oil Co, Snltf 14 I.nclcde- nnlldlnc. St. Lonls. .Mo. MU i a h PULP for PAPER. ., CHICAGO, In the heart of the United States. Kote Into pulp In these seven States. ;nriiaa Ohio. - CACS&. Ucrcoos. Ti.SOStrc. -coi.(SOO ftlc rrcrcar M cm At crsemsal Y'W r- 3a " "",d .33200.3 sfcTwr -xhat traji iroa-ncM anl wasted, wfeleh wst for papr puJP. 3 vd cellnlcsc compo-surla. TOOK A limited amount ot stock Is tiered for public subscription at Sl.SO Per sbare, par value SIO.OO each. Recent ottering was largely oversubscribed and late orders wen retused. We predict this allotment will go even more quickly. Write or wire at once. 1,000.00. now worth Is the superior of either of these "Verde Gra.nde" Bi Bsrttain. Cold Shale ji, eeHU Eauluble Oil certs Sam Houston ...! cents Volcano . 4 cenrs Ground Floor ........H.. -J1.W TEXAS INVESTMENT CO. t tACXEDE BtJXI Stacks and Bends Bouxht and Bold. MArT I lDS,gsD.n I l IOi4 3ror,Tsn -X !.... .-A I 44A9 3S7 r saoessse J v "" QyOYcr-.'7bri9 J I I STATM Trisrsi I Ohio Ctsi38T V P-J Indiana ..... sl.43t.4lti SX yv lows 1 1. S 4 S. 117 J Mlssoorl...............M. T.S89.S3H J Nebraska .........H..... R.SS.ft- a I Kansss c8;,iii.i: -S Tnts' i-v -K.I.K'l2 t i .' .r7"