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THE CONSTITUTION ATLANTA GA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 1905. Over Forty-Two Thousand Gallons Refined Oil Sold by Uncle Sam Refinery in One Day THIS SALE OF OIL INDICATES CLEARLY THAT THE 1NDEPEN- dent Refineries in Kansas Are Becoming a Power and That the Uncle Sam Refiqery Has Reached the Top of the Hill and Is'On the High Road to Success. THERE IS A PROFIT OF 275 IN THIS SALE AT THE PRESENT Price of Crude Oil and As This Company Owns or Controls Sufficient Oil Rights to Operate This Refinery and Their Big Missouri River Plant Now Building at Atchison This Scale of Profit Will Be Maintained. THIS SALE IS ONLY ONE OF MANY. AS WILL BE SHOWN FROM THE FOLLOWING Meeting With Great Success. Few people realize the work being pi ed to completion by the Uncle S n Cotnpaav This great independent enterprise has met with splendid SUQCBSS from the start. Oil Is being shipped dail now to the several dlstnuuttng statlpns hereafts mentioned. Besides these dally shipments to the different distributing stations the company Is fast working up some big outside deals Independent oil men everywhere in th I Missouri valley states nre getting m line with the Uncle Sam CoTnpan This week one deal was closed wltji one In dependent man for FORTY-TWO lHOLr BAND ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTV- 8IX GALLONS OF THE HIGH-GRADE OIL FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMt T Uncle Sam Company Has the Goods and Can Handle Large Orders The man who is lucky enough to se cure om of the TWENTY cent stock now being sold bj the Uncle Sam Com pany secures an Interest in a strong manufacturing concern th's Uncle Sam Company Is able to handle large deals it can deliver the goods on short notice. Then company now has in storage refined oils to the amount of close to i ft c i i THOUSAND DOLLARS and are manu facturing more every da Owns Its Own Tank Cars. The Uncle Sam Oil Companj is an In dependent company In fact as well as. name. It now owns TEN NEW TANK CARS-NINE OF THESE TANK CARS HAVE A CAPACITY OF SEVEN THOUSAND AND THIRTY GALLONS EACH the tenth one U a large com partment car with a capacity of a little over NINE THOUSAND GVLLON8 WJth the iron barrels and wood barrels the company has to supply the barrel trade and with these ten tank cars the company can easily handle the present Output of the Uncle Sam Cuerryvale Re- flnery No I It Is very necessary to have clear cars for refined oil a eom- pany to be independent must own them and so the Uncle Sam Company does Now don t that took like business to i on and don't jou think it would be a mighty good plan for you to line up with this rapidly growing company today "by securing some of the stock before the present allotment Is aH told ana price advanced $500 will buy you TWEN i i ITVE HUNDRED SHARES PAR VALUE TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS and this stock is almost cer tain to go to par in the next ten or twelve months. However suppose It In creases In solid values to a naif dollar per share In the next six months where can you find an investment that will come within gunshot of it even at that figure One of the Seasons Why the Uncle Sam Oil Is In Demand. Samuel Hunter refiner of over thirty rears' experience. Is at rue head of the construction and refining department of this company. He is from the Pure Oil Company of Pennsylvania and was se cured by the Uncle Sam Company right at th Start. There is a great deal depends on the men at the head of this department a-nd the fact that this com pany1 secures independent men from such companies as the Pure Oil Company in stead of employing cheap men or hirelings of the oil trust sent out to the Independent refineries in disguise is one of the stro&e points la favor of the Uncle gain Company and Is one of the reasons that the oil Is In demand Selling Oil In Topeka. i- It takes time to secure large s orage tanks and tank wagops and get the oil refined and chipped to a dozen of the best cities In the state and adjoining states however this is what the Uncla Sam Company now Jias about completed. Outride of Cherts-vale the first station completed ami tank -wagons to start was Topeka. At this city the Uncle Bam Company has one storage tank that cost -the company completed on its founda tion over SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS besides this. It has two smaller tanks -"that cost about S7S each and also a large lank wagon that cost $230. besides iron 'barrels and other necessary equip- c ment. All owned and paid for by the Uncle Sam Company. These large sta tion tanks hold about one car and a half of oil so that It is an easy matter to keep them supplied as when about half sold'out the company run ship an other tank of oil so it will always be able to keep the stations supplied. From Topeka oil -will be barreled out to nearby towns and hauled to a. dozen or more towns. Now a Cuznpany starting into business on this kind of a scale is a good one to hook up with and now is your time to do it before the stcok goes to a half dollar per sharp You can buy 7000 shares' by sending draft or check by return mat for SI,320 and this amount of monej will pay for one mile of the main trunk pipe line now being built by the Uncle Sam Company to the navigable waters of the Missouri at Atchison. Par value of 7,000 shares is $7000. and this stoek is going to par Decide for yourself whether you are going to secure the stock or let others get what you will soon want and will be unable to secure Selling Oil In Concordia Tl Uncle Sam Company is a home Kansas company fighting for a square deal for a Kansas anS Indian Territory product there are tocirholders In every county In the state ranging as high as a hundred In sons counties. An effort has been made from the start to secure strong men in every community who would work for the sale of Unele Sam Independent oils and stand by the com pany In case it needed help The plan from the start was to put a station In every county In Kansas and It will do It- in time At present it is selecting cldes that it can -reach the mo it territory frsa lience at CrnconTIa we have another big station the same as in To peka Go to Concordia and you will see Uncle Sam Pure- Kansas Anti-Mo nopoly Oil bemg hauled down the streets and delivered to nine-tenths of the merchants The Uncle Sam Company is do- Ing things It has done tnem from the word go while others talked it has com pleted one refinery and is out after the trade of a dozen big cities In the state and is getting the mrport of nine-tenths of the people wherever the oil Is on the market. Some places have secured it all Just a question of time until Kansas the state of John Brown can say to the trust- "You can hike whenever you wish we have a home companv backed by the citizens of the state that makes better oil than ou da. and this can b proven by the oil Inspectors Better Join the Uncle Sam Companv now 4f you send In only $100 it will buy five hundred shares and pay for TWENTY JOINTS of the Kansas City Antl- Mon&poly pipe line Selling Oil In Anthony. From the southern to the northern border of Kansas the Uncle Sam Com pany is building on Kansas soil pro tected by the just laws passed by the last Kansas legislature and supported by public sentiment almost to a unit this home Kansas company is pushing forward and at Anthony Kan sas alreday has its storage tanks s t and tank wagons on the streets delivering oil to the merchants From this station several good towns la Oklahoma will be reached. Like Concordia and Topeka and other points where storage stations are completed it has good ship ping facilities into the adjoining territory and the Uncle Sam Company will soon build to where it can handle more trade and hence- will branch out to this terri tory. The company Is growing stronger e\er hour day and week an Investment in -the stock not only will grow as the company grows but jou will help to strike a blow for Justice to bcuh the producer and consumer when you Join this company. Selling Oil In Wichita Vhlle the company has been delayed some la securing lands tt desired for big storage warehouses in Wichita still the Uncle Sam wagon is selling oil in Wichi- ta end the big storage tanks and equip ment the same as at Topeka is paid for and waiting completion in Wichita and will be srj a matter of a few dajs until he Uncle Sam Company will have more I-vxle there than U will be able to take ca-e of Sedgwlck count with Wichita th/ county seat has more stockholders m the Urcle Sam Company and other pro tuc'ng companies fighting under the same flag for a square deal In the oil fields taai any other county In Kansas Thesa men will throw an Influence that will be m-r-umain high every stockholder will be watching to see that his company is treat ed fairly they will not be backward about standing up for Uncle Sam antl- moaopOKf oil. The fact that the Uncle Sam Company has surrounded the terri- torr where It will market thousands of dollars' worth of refined oils with hun- of stockholders Is an asset back COACH HEISMAN NAMES -i ALL-SOUTHERN ELEVEN 'His Selection Will Appear in The Constitution Sun day Tech Coach Will \Vrite Up the -Prep Game. COACH JOHN HEISMAN. footbah wizard of the south who -c ached th Tech team through a successful season this jear will name an ift'rtiathern eleven in The Constitution Ljiext Sunday morning. This Is. the third year that Coach Hels- 'rffan's picks .have appeared in Th Constitution at the" close of the football season. This year the Tech coach nas enf nearly every jteam In the. south in .action. "fHl team played \tb Lniversity of Georgia Alabama Ciemson Tenn see Cumberland. Sewanee. while Heisman 5 the rsndHr6l t leant play In the same with Cleajson. He has seen th wajoritr oftheAnDurn men play. Coactt -Hersman wm go. to Barnesvill Friday to see the big prep game of the season between the Gordon institute eleven of Barnesvllle. and the Mooney school team of Tennessee. He ulil view the game from the side lines and will give his opinion of the stmggla In The Con titution of Saturday morning. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS. Vte realize how hard Ii .has been for you-1 get Just what you want d In goir- 1 gles so we ha\ made special efforts 110 ecur the best lne mad They have i Hrrlved. In all iz s and prices. These t crod hate not Been shown in this mar kef before. Walter FUUard Optical Co. Sales room 61- Peachtree street. of th stock that is worth everything and spells protection and -success. Tha company m Kher words Is in the land o It friends. Now this is the kind of a company to invest with for these con- li'1ons mean protection for your property. Tou can not remit too quick If you expect to b abu to secure stock that Is offered at 0 certs per share for stock that is adored today may be sold tomorrow. Drvft bi return "man for $2.800 will se- .ur" 15000 shares par value SI5 000 Selling Oil In Atchison. K here Is a city that Is lojal to home enterprise It is Atcblson and as It will be only a matter of a few days until nark will be commenced on the big rner refinery at that place you can read- -ly see that it means that th oil trade of Atchteon is going to line up to a man. Already however the Uncle Sam. H gon is selling oil there but it will t.u e more than one wa on to handle "tt -trade- in a month. From Atchison tn rich towns along the Central Branch railroad will be easily reached and as teverai wholesale houses from Atchison send men Into this territory daiiy It w.ll be but a question of time until the bl r end of the Central Branch trade w 1 be with the Uncle Sam Companj rcr In \erj county there are stockhold ers in this company ready to go clear around Robin Hoods" barn to give ncle Sim oil a boost. Men to the yi.rle &am Company will be worth more .fcan rr-eney-they will keep public senti- irent stirred up If it ever needs any stir- rin m Kansas. Now. if you have some dlo money and want to get into the bard wtgon and ride to success with this iiansas home company the time for yon to do it I now This advertisement will unread b thousands of-ln\estors. who will readily ee the g'ant strength of ihls corrpanj and soon buy all the stock nov7 offered at present prices Will Be Selling Oil In St. Joseph In Less Than Ten Days. From the big river refinery now con- ncted for at Atchison for the Uncle bam Con panj It will be but a five hours' run by barge to carry oil on the river c\ -r to St. Joseph. However the Un cle Sam Companj already has the sam bis storage equipment at this place as t has at Topeka and Wichita and Con- wdla a'so tank wagon already there nd it will be but a matter of few c.ays unt4 Uncle 3am wagons wilt be sell- Insr oil In St. Joe. From this great rall- ro d and trading center the Uncle Sam Co-npan win push out for trade In north ern and central Missouri. The Uncle San Company-has over THREE HUN- DKED STOCKHOLDERS already in Missouri and more are Joining every day Also anvone who has been watching-At torney General Hadley In his .fight ES'inst the oil trust and their unlawful methods knows that the great state of Misi-ourt fs fast getting to where it will ake 1'f uncomfortable for rebate crim inals ana oil trust perjurers and the lav is not far distant until the same tmrinium freight rate law that today is j'rotectlng both producer and consumer in other states will be passed In Missouri. Tt Uncle Sam Company is getting into line for the trade of the Missouri valley states and will grow very fast In- the fu ture and the man who has the foresight to secure part of the present allotment of stock will not have to wait long to he proud of his Investment. If jou have 5 000 to Invest now Is your time to 'se cure THIRTY THOUSAND SHARES n h par value of $30 000 on the other rxand if you can handle only 100 shares at S20 you are Just as welcome to Join our band now nearly 5000 strong for t.i's is a common man's company the interests of the smallest stockho'ders will be protected. Will Be Selling Oil In Leavenworth in Less Than .a Week. Large storage tanks and tank wagons a now delivered at Leaven worth and in less than a week Uncle Sam oil will bo on 'he market there. Leavenworttf 1 one of the richest dries In Kansas i-d at the coal mines and nearby towns the Uncle Sam Company will reach A gr at fPde Like Atchison and St. Jo seph it Is on the Uisosurt river and as Uv company grows stronger it will be supplied from the river refinery that will seen be built at Atchison. Already Selling Oil In Pittsbarg With Storage Tanks and Wagons Shipped. Any one familiar with Kansas can see ftvn the stations thus far selected by cae Uncle Sam Company that they are GOOD MATERIAL FOR BASEBALL Outlook for 1906 Team Is' Encouraging at 1 Sewanee. i Lnl\ersit of the South. Sewauce Tenn December 7. SpeclalJ-Managcr Fred Lummis. of the S wanee baseball team for 1906 has arranged the foU lowlng games April 15 and 1C Cumberland at Leba- j non. 1 April 22 and 23 Woftard at Sewanee. .May 4 and 5 Vanderbllt al Nashvi'"e. Ma II ard 12 VanderbUl at Sewanee. May 28 and 29 Alabama at Tuscalo- sa. Aesotiations are now on for games with Tech. Tennessee Mercer Univer sity of Georgia and other institutions- It seems that Sewanee will have tb go'ng after the oil trade. JPittsburg- and surrounding territory is.rich in mining and there is a great market tor oil. while the miners and miners' unions are against trnts and crlmfwl monopoly almost to a man. The Uncle Sam Company is al- irpady jellveringoll to several merchants in. tha locality and will soon have sev- etit-waffona -operating from tha distribut ing stations now going on. Land 'Sought In Winfleld Storage Tanks Now Set Be Selling Oil There la Xiess Than Five Days. Another good city selected for the Uncle Sim Ccmpany that Js full of stockhold e's in the company is Winfleld. Just a matter of a few days until another re\- mre getter for the company will be doing .18 part to" help- complete the- rest of the work of Use. company. When you ouy stock in this company you are join ing a company that already has an In come from its manufactured product. Tt public has confidence in this kind of n enterprise and the stock remaining for sale Is going to be picked up very fast for there is big money in producing and refining oil and the Uncle Sam Ccmpany is doing both. Consequently rtocfc roust Increase In value and pay dividends. Tanks Shipped To Sallna and Junction City. Tre Uncle Sam Company Is going ints the home of Its friends when It goes to central Kansas. Sallna has a. number of wholesale houses and from this busy city the Uncle Sam Company will reach rood cf selling territory on every side Also at Junction City tanks have been th.'ppc i and from Junction the company can reach Abilene and a number of big citlw Jp the rich wheat and corn belt vhere Tjrcle Sam stockholders are thicker U an democrats In Arkansas. There is goinr to be a big outlet for fuel oil in this central Kansas territory and from Sa iiuu- Junction City .and Concordia. the Uncle Ham Company will be able to reach the people at but little cost from the Hpe line aa It peases near Topeka. There is lots of money laying Idle in Kan- KS and a whole lot of tt is going into Uncle Sam stock now that ICansans see il'O oil ccmln to their doors. The time to gejt your stock is right now if you de- 'jy Ion you-will And that it will be sold and gone into hands who will not sell n al par. There is not a single rea son wli a company with the start and the backing the Uncle Sam Company has can no pay big dividends In time at par If you wish to share In the good for. tune of this company sure to come now .s the Cay for action. Better wire th secretary to hold th stock if you flont see this ad when it first appears. Will Soon Be Selling on In Welling ton and Hntchinson. Two more good cities where Undo m tanks are now unloaded are. Well ington and Hutchlnson. Both of these cities err surrounded by rich farming districts and smaller touns in a half-day's to a day's drtv Don't wait until all tnese stations are completed and until Uncle Sam oil is beta used In thousands of Kant as homes and then expect to ouv stock for double these prices. Tha revenue from the sale of refined oils alone in the Cities mentioned will help push the pipe liJe and riv r refinery to completion. Tbo Uncle Sam Company will continue to grow until it patrols the state from border to border and will have large nattont also along the Missouri and Mtsslss'ppl rivers where It can reach ttem at lUtle cost by river barges. About 200 Towns Can Be Beached In Kansas try Uncle Sam Wagons From the Distributing Stations. I Another fact for investors to bear In mind 13 that the Uncle Sam Company has se selected its mam distributing stations that can reach over two hun- 3red other towns In Kansas by wagon f-om th'i before nonwd central dlstrlb- 'utlag sUtlons. The man or men who tlr.nk the Uncle Sam Company is not go- tg in'o the refining and selling of re rrt d ell In dead earnest h away off his Jase. The company Is building solid. In addition to the abo e-named distrlb uimg sta ions the company supplies Cher ryvaje eirect from the refinery also In- aependerce and Coffeyvllle and several ctaer towns and is putting In a station at Parsons. Company Owns and Controls Over Thirty-One Thousand Acres of Oil and Gas Eights. It is Important that an independent re fining company should own or control Us own productlon-tne Uncle Sam Oil Company does. Part of this 31,000 acres of I1 and gas rights consists of the cream of the very richest oil producing properties in Kansas or Indian Territory. Lot 43r Osage. on which the company has lately completed two very large producers of the highest grade oil wells represents one of the richest tracts' known to the oil fields. Should the rest of this one tract prore as rich as what has already been developed the crude production from this property alone would make the entire capital stock of the Unele Sam Company worth considerably more than 20 cents per share. There re 1,100 acres in lot 43 with seven rells completed and are drilling Xo. 8 Pour Drills Bnnning Night and Day. The company has been operating four drilling rigs for the past ten weeks will continue to operate them and possibly start more. We expect to furnish at least 2.000 tarrel of the crude o from our own wells for -the pipe line now being built there are thousands of barrels au felong the pipe line in Kansas that the company can buy and handle at good margin over that amount that goes through the pipe line of our own om nucleus of a very satisfactory iei a. Sparkman will be in college and can be relied on for the greater part- of "the pitching and Sawrie will tW be on hand. Stone the big freshman who ptayed tackle on the 'varsity elevea this season is a prep school pitcher of some repute and win doubtless be of mat rial assistance. Captain \VlggIns vrtll be behind the tat. Wheat at first. Sawrie at second Gordon at short and several f last i ear's fleldere will be back. The athletic association yesterday decided to spend'$500 In further Improve ments to the athletic1 field chief among which will be the erection of a Modern 'grandstand. more conveniently located than was the old one Gus W eler was yesterday elestei manager of the Sewanee. eleven for next year CASTOR IA Tor Infant and Children. Tha Kind Yon Hare Always Bought Bears the signature of i Over $355,000 Cash Has Been Paid In for Stock in This Company. Tou are not buying hot air or blue sky when you purchase stock la the Uncle Sam Oil Company. There has been cash paid in and Installments coming due on stock alloted from-the treasury to run the sum in dollars and cents to nearly S42S.OOO you take this for what If worth will do but very little advertising In the future. The 5,000 stockholders and nearly 3,000 more investors who are on our mailing lists will buy aQ of this stock In time. This advertisement will go before nearly TEN MILLION people the 20 cent-stock will be sold The wlreg will be tlg&ing the order for stock from hundreds of investors immediately tm seelng nhls announcement. The Only Formidable roe to Oil Trust Oppression in the Kansas and Indian Territory Oil Helds. There has been lots of talfc about build ing pipe lines to Kansas City to tho Gulf to St. Louis and other places. How- eve the only company or enterprise of men who have ever laid a joint of pip line "has been the Uncle gam OU Company. Now if the company can build one refinery and put its oils on th mar ket in a dozen of the leading cities of the state and at the same time put nearly seventy miles of main trunk pipe line on the grounds and do all of thla while others talked and do it in ap proximately seven months' time what can it accomplish in the next six months This is a fact well worth any investor's notice. This Uncle Sam Company Is do- Ing things It Is a winner. Its stock will go to par. Supported by Influential Men in Both State and Nation Our Band Nearly Five Thousand Strong Two Thousand of Them in Kansas. There is a feeling in the Central "West that no one man or corporation has a right to corner the off business by crimi nal freeze outs and other well-known corrupt methods of the oil trust The Uncle Sam Company is an enterprise of necessity the men who are responsible for its existence did so to protect their oil producing properties from confis cation by the oppressor oil trust which had placed Cherryvale Independent oil production on the well remembered black list together with other romsas pro ducers last spring From tht start this company has tried to secure sharehold ers who were in sympathy with a square deal In the oil fields and that Is its mission Work Commenced on Two. Thousand Barrel Beflnery on Missouri Biver at Atchison Next Monday. Contract has been signed for the big river refinery for more than a month and first payment made Work of clear- Ing the grounds will commence next Mon day. Contract calls for all the material to be delivered within sixty days from date so you can see things will move right along Stock may be advanced any day after the work on this refinery com mences "With the showing this company can make the stock would sell now for more money but the company can afford to sacrifice some on the stock to secure immediate funds to crowd the work to completion. Can Beach All Kansas on An Average Price of 1 Cent Per Gallon. For the Cherryvale Uncle Sam refinery the company be a horde market pro tected by the maximum freight law so It can ship to any point In the state on about an average price I cent per gal lon The consumption in Kansas alone will run over 2,000 barrels per day so the Uncle Sam Company is absolutely safe on market for the Cherryvale plant and the big plant on the river can take care of itself for. If necessary the U can be barged to the ocean steamboats down the Mississippi river. Keeping Its Promises and Completing Its Work. Has kept Its promise thus far and has gone past the -doubtful stage if there ever was one in its career. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have passed through the hands of the managers of tbe company-and faithful accounting can be made of every cent. With great success already achieved and greater success In the future assured the ame old guard are in the traces working harder than ever There are no swelled tip guys connected with our company no millionaire frenzied financiers Just the plain every-day. hard-working people working for principle as well as finan cial gain and contending that any citi zen has the RIGHT TO ENGAGE IN THE INDUSTRY OF PRODUCING AND REFINING AND SELLING PETRO LEUM AND ITS BY-PRODUCTS WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF ANY FOREIGN THIEVING COMBINE. If. you are willing to help us In. this great work we will be glad to enroll you among x ur band. If you are not in sympathy with our efforts you will oblige every stockholder hi the company it you will keep out. Will In Time Grcrw to Be the Greatest Independent Enterprise of Its Kind the West Has Ever Known. It is not every day that the public in general have the opportunity to Invert with aa enterprise like the Uncle 8am Company. It is the greatest Independent oil organization ever launched west of the Appalachian mountains. It U backed by public approval-jeverywhere. It has stockholders enough today to protect its Interests It does not" depend ias much en the dollar as it do s upon the large number of its stockholders. Public senti ment in the West today is against the methods of oil trusts and the Uncle Bam Company depending upon the assistance of the common people in general is marching step by step to where It can place its products unhindered and free GORDON ELEVEN TO KEEP BLAKE Gordon Institute Will Meet the Offer Made by 'Georgia According to a well-known alumnus of the Gordon institute who has played on the team in years pact and is greatly interest eJ In tb welfare of the institu tion there is just about as little chance for the University or Georgia to get Frank Blake for coach as there is for August weather in January During the past year Blake hag been the coa h of the Gordon institute team t Birneivllle. At first he was disap pointed wlttf the outlook and at one. time seriously considered re linln Wrthin -a few days or o. however his plajers cf tight his own spir.t and started to rlaj football as it should be played He has had a most successful season. onHhe markets of the world -at prices that will pay every shareholder. If you have not joined our band now over 5,000 strong don't delay any longer but se cure your stock new before an advance that is certain to come soon. Better Start Today Thin the Oil Trust Had at the Beginning. Stock in the oil trust one time sold at N per share. It Is now selling for over $800 per share. It is a well-known fact that the Uncle Sana Company today has ten times a better start for the first seven months of its existence than the present on trust had Jn the first two yean of its- existence. Refineries and pipe lines are not going to run away they are valuable property They will earn money while you sleep. Money Invested In them IB safer than in lots f trust companies or saving vaults. Can Complete 160 Wells Per Yur. With the drills now owned by tha Un cle Sam Company we can drill over ISO wells every twelve months. The income from the two refineries and pipe ne when completed will pay substantial dividends and run al least three more drills. Don't you see by securing stock in this company now that yon win soon have self-sustaining property that wUl develop Itself Stockholders in Every State and Territory In the Union Also. Old Mexico Canada and Philippine Islands. When you Join this company you joia a band of over 5,000 strong represent tog Influential men from all sections of the country. From Maine to California and from Canada to Old Mexico. unUm- ited financial aid is hourly pouring in for stock In this great company. The time to invest In an enterprise of any kind is while the work If developing and construction is in progress In Conclusion. The charter name of this company is "The Uncle Sam Oil Csmpany- Au thorized capitalization Is SI0000,000. par value of the stock Is SI.00 per share Company Is.chartered unflerMhe laws of Arizona on account of he non-liability clause to the stockholders. Every share of the stock draws the sam amount of dividends as any other ehare. Approx imately three-fourth of the stock has been subscribed all ot which has been sold for cash or Its equivalent from the start. There is between S65000 an 175,000 on gilt-edge installments cornier in about SfiOO daily on stock already at lotted from the treasury f Th rest of the treasury stock if sold at 2O rent per share wfll net the company right at one-half million dollars. This stock Jar Ing- the next few months will all "be sol pipe line completed barges built n he rher the big river refinery Completed clos to 100 more of wells completed Large distribution stations wlll be established at Omaha Council "Bluffg J ffer- on City. St. Louis and other river poln that are not already taken care of. It may take e ght month or a Mttle longer to complete this work bat tt will h completed and the man who secures this stock now and who will hold It and five the. company time to complete Us r-ear work is bound to realize a flve-fold ad vance on his. Investment for we honest ly believe the stock will srtl n th opea market by that time at 1.00 per share How To B nd Money. Make all drafts or checks payable to The Uncle Sam Oil Company. Stock will be sent by return registered mall ana reports sent to jou at least once every .two weeks. For further partlsu lars send for Fifty Photographic View of the Oil Fields and- the Refinery. Mso remember that It is Just a question of a few dajs until the first machinery fo- the river refinery will arrive at Atsh'- son when this stock inay he ad\anc d to 25 and 30 cents per share. Can You Afford to Turn Down An Investment in This Growing Enterprise The company Is bending every energy to raise sufficient funds to pay for eighty miles more of the main trunk pipe line. The company now has delivered and PAID FOR Firrr-EIGHT MILE3 O THIS TRUNK PIPE LINE. CON TRACT CLOSED FOR EIGHTY MILES MORE TEN. MILES OP THIS IS NOW SHIPPED The Uncle Sam Company is not only strong -when Jt comes to the re fining and selling of refined oils but is going to build a pipe line from the oil fields to the bl/r river- refinery now constructed at Atchison. We expect to be from six to eight months in completing this pipe line but U is going to be built. Eveo one must certainly admit that the company has proven its good faith along the pipe line deal and is making good every promise. We can pump oil from Cherryvale to Atchison for" SIX CENTS PER BARREL it costs fire times that to ship U there besides the trouble for tank cars PIPE-LINE NOW UNDEK CONSTRUCTION AVILt. HAVE A CAPACITY OF FOUR THOUSAND BAR RELS OF OIL PER DAY. There is at present close to S2.50 per barrel profit in refining olt Suppose howe\er that this company should be able to only make 6O per barrel with all the advantages of the pipe fine and cheap river trans portation how long do you think it will be until the-company wl 1 be handling FIVl THOUSAND BARRELS PER DAY A1 THE CHERRYVALE REFINERY NO\ BEING BUILTT Don't JOU see there i a great future to this company Can you afford to let this -stock get out of jor.r jeach Now tbe company desires very Investor In its stock to mate money ana we solicit your investment in the stock of this company in good faith believing tt has a splendid future. Sympathizers -wita the Independent men against the present oil trust oppression are tbe kind of men this company desires. It being very im portant to complete the main trunk pipe line the company has made some special prices on the stock. As you will noUce by the .figures below .certain Amounts win pay for so many Joints and rods and miles of. pipe. We Would be glad to have you with -as and we know we offer you value received. You can invest in this company on the following basis by malting immediate remittances $1,32000 will pay for one mile of the main trunk pipe line and buys 7,000 shares par value -i. S7.000 $700 will pay for one-half mile and buys 3,800 shares par value. .S3 900 $500 wil pay for nearly one-half mile a nd buys 2,500 shares par value. $2,500 $300 will-pay- for nearly- one-fourth mile and buys 1,500 shares par value.$1.500 $200 will pay for nearly one-sixth mile and buys 1,000 shares par value. I.OOO- $100 will pay for over one-twelfth mile and biys 600 shares par value. SSOO $50 will pay for ten Joints and buys 250 gharls. par value 2SO $20 will pay for lour joints nd bays I 00 shares par value. (100 MONTHLY PAYMENT OFFER In addition to The Uncle Sara Company selling Its treasury stock cash prices the company also makes the .following monthly payment Investors of limited means can secure part of the -present allotment advance occurs which is certain to come. Offer is as follows 7,000 shares $200 00 cash and six monthly payment of 5,000 shares ISO 00 cash and six monthly payments of 90 00 cash and six monthly payments of 60 00 cash and six monthly payments of 3009 cash and six monthly payments of" ISM cash era six monthlv payments of. 7 50 cash and six mont hly payments of 3 00 cash and six monthly payments of. 3,000 share 2,000 share 1,000 share 500 share 250 share IOO shares' at the above offer so that before a big $20000 each 16000 each 90.00 each 60.00 each 80.00 each 16 00 each 7 so each 300 each SPECIAL OFFERS. X For a few days the Company will sell stock In Fifteen Thousand (15,000) lots par value $15,000 for $2,800 cash. This amount of money will pay for considerably over two miles f main t runic pipe line. Where a club of men go together the company will issue stock as dl reeled in an amount of 100 600 and. 1.000 share certificates Just as directed. SPECIAL INSTALLMENT OFFER. Fifteen thousand (15.000) chares for $500 cash and six monthly payments of $400 00 each. The chances are ten to one that long before you uav the six pay ments made that the value of your stock will have increased double and be selling at close to 60 cents per share. If not higher. Address THE UNCLE SAM OIL CO. or H. H. TUCKER Jr. Secretary Cherryvale Cans. and the- Barnesville boys expect his team to win today. This jear he received a fair salary from Gordon institute but' was recently offered 4700 by the Uni versity ot tleonia. It is stated that Gordon institute has no intention of losing Blake and will m et this offer It Is very probable that Blake will sign a two-year contract WILL ENTERTAIN TECH TEAM. Tech Y. M. C. A. Qives Reception To night Banquet Will Be Given j Team Saturday Night. Now that the football seasonr is over and the- glory of the days upon the" grid iron I fading the members Of lb dMer- ent teams are being dined and wined by their friends. Tonight the Georgia-Tech football team win be given a reception by tfie Tech Toung Men's Christian Association. This i reception Is an annual affair but will be brighter and cheerier this .year than ever I befon owln-s to the splendid record at I the team. FrienJt of the teasi wij on Saturday I nigh' \e the memtiers a.banquet at som' pa e in town. A number of mem bers of the AUilfUc Club tinve been bacK- 1ns this movement The backers are not alumni of tbe Tecfc out ant friends of tho team who wish to show their appre ciation of the good wvnc of the men. Saturday morning the Tech team will meet in some photographic studio In At lanta and a group picture of tbe players will be taken. Immediately .after the picture exhibition th members of the team will elect a captain. Sims is scheduled to tie th man if he decides that he can return to college. If not Clarke and Brown will pEobaMyn'spHt the votes Squiers In "Washington. Washington I ecember 7. Herbert G. Squlers until rrceotly minister o Cuba was at the state department today/ Al though this was diplomatic day. .fiacre tary Root nas able to have a talk of some length with Mr. Squlers' between .tire calls oC the foreign diplomats Noth ing can be learned as to Mr. ScfulerV future or the prospect of his being em ployed in another diplomatic capacity. ROME.GA. Wrigth tc. Woolen the- popular drug gists will have with them Thursday" Fri day and Saturday this week,3 December 7 8 and 9 one of A K. Hawk T best opticians All wfio are m need of glasses and wjah to hare them scientifically and accurately filled should call al Wright XVootefs or make appointments abo.e mentioned dates 6 L 9NsrJJ.rU N FRWiXY EOE BER. iI. O .F 'u' I ci ver .orty. T wQThousandGallonsR.efln'ed t t SOldbyUncleSamRefineryIn' OneDay .HIS SA EOF OIL.lNDICA TES T Pow r th .U"'cleS mRefj'l ry oft e Hill a d Is 'On l1i t .suc ess. PROFIT.OF A THE.-.PRE ENT Pri e Operate'This .Ref .nery Buildin A'S s iOWNfR I F. .W .JeO le work Ptl8h j d S.-n Oi J C 'lnpan inde ent. wi h. su celS I IJ I .d&1b- dl.strun ln I out. Ide the Mlssourlvalley n- 'l"tiOC HUNDRED'AND IMAtED ATE SHIP' l'ST. S \he. Go cbli I TWE I b secures r lanut ct.1irtng concern-t.his 0 -to s n in. as l am N 8E 'sa 'com- TJOC AND s. eu11yhandle I. oU-a. to. 'ou lome old-'and c itu 'k n bU1JwT TW EN -FI'\"E ,0 in- a' pershueIn mo lthL \Vb Ia--ID Sam H1 a e&tS' ot' t. attMstart. l pII.Ily4secuTes IndePen t 1y. In- Jn4ependentreftnertes dls.-alse..ts etro 8I.mCompany. tha.tth e.m8l d. 'Se1l1Dg..OU I 'n t kell t.im secure'large storage .reAnedandablp d bestcltle th Ilates-however.-thil 'B .m p1e1@d'and -rounda" Alan. -'ibeslde t1ils..1t -o' lar e.tank.wagon thateolt Jron"'ba Tell'and .u ta- 1lA1t'otoll. 10. an' p can. :9thertank9f. .will 1 I CutD any j I s b mail I mone I. ncle I 1 ansas an 1 product-there -stoeidi1 lders I ashlgh j. of1sand' com- n ded In' th t .r ch most fr.n-'l1ence C I thlng&-It ha I aU-just "ou. 1\ b ck be tbe. -If 011 S I 00. of.the CI y on6 1" pIpeline. s ing of' onKansa.s soIL th1 .IS pu h1 r set m rcban18. severa pl to' he terri-I I 4ay. we.ek-an jl on y -OU I comP f.ny. While en some 1. d s1 d 'storage 'Wi h1t tI e he ts. w&1t1nl'compleUon nd 1 c.ly 0 Ie 1 .de I ty 8 at. mtke.tttde ItbC tor'a Iquaredeal' any.othec rQ n wilfthrow fn uence 1 .Unta n ev tc t. ih. I.n :1'1 o11t et tidlng t Un s\11T &unded i. l ne a k I 's' tDACH-HIEJSJ\ \AN Al L-SOUTHE.RNEL1VEN S.e ection S n day.-Tech rite the .Pr p 'C" O f.ootbalil w1 d -coached the 'I' b tel-mthrou J ansc .m.name anj t Qtherl le\'e consUt tlon J. Xt. the. Co. H. elSe I .Ji"n's jai app aredln t.h \tqtl't1at thll'cose the-"football the. v rt -\eamIq Jhe .o th .f tl"n 4".JfCa P1a7 \tb-e G r3ia. rn ls e. Imberland..sewapeei w" he V"nd .H lt. 1Ilayln' J Di witbCI B.o1011e 'Ie f th9 tbe..Au urn. oa.cl1.Hers anj o' "f 'f- Ci td fp be.tw n i thelSld Constitution I mornin I re U2 for' you- tl et wanted 'Io1\'e 113\1) IU" ine'man 'In.all Izes 1 thtsma"- i 'Walter&iUard Opt1 1 53.1eJI'room6. e3. htreest t. 1- o C c 1"/ I nd in ClC Nowthls kindot t.nv st. too'Quick I be 10 rts I 'todayma.y 1 e ret. urn for. S2.8QO. .u lue SI6.ooo. I t l AtchlBOn"4nd be' ca.nread- Iy th t the IS' wagon Ui re.but take wagon 4b. t.1te stiy of. wi t'-r .e-eryc unty I u t o m l' li1l'le E m tTI.de rn n -they cnt. e.nYltl.r. .ome' .d and. et w n 11IDS8s bomecompany do.n 11'1 'advertl mentwill 1 read b- or 1\"h il rea ily -see. CO pIUl- a t prlc I Be. l1iDg O t e' retIner n w. ted. At lii80n Con'pany five.bours. rU 1 b 'on I cw..r the. bl rdla-also l-&nd f fso n C Fr fil I ro'd' lh .tn. I Com an Mssour1.The has InnED STOCKHOLD S J. IS. a wa hlng- At.- ol th lr n MjSH Urt 8 and'tbe unUlthe ml. mum aw a T lssourt\"al1ey u.e t 'ou 15.000 Ie. .ureTHIRTY S Ith S30.OOO WillBe Sellin LesaT1. an &Week. Leavenwmh.and Inl s t L av nYOrtlt i.i 1'lcheatcltiea n an4n I'T"st ttlde. Lik Atcblsn 81Jo 'seph i o Mf.url Tf ad cmrny rows It. w1 ed frm rv.e. rr. f..neItatWll bult Atchison I Ae S1 CIn Ptbug. Wit" Stage T Wa ol Spe I A tam ma Ks cas e fr' staUo.s tus fuse1ee I Co pan ht teae I i Outook T .m. Is. Encouragi.i I .1 I 1 J i Unh'erslt Sut Swaue. ncember 7.-Spcla -Mgcl Fre Luh-t Swanee lebn ha. r. d."te.o. t lowig games ArtI1 a ISCumblan Lba- I 0 AprU and23W0trdatS wane .My 4'.and S'anderbit' N ebvi I a- 12-Vaneibi Sewin a 28' 29-Alaba TlcO I" NeJCUaUons-Tenow nfor gmes' wit t rgiaTeh. Tenesse r.Umr istY Ger&l 'oth riuutoUi .I seems th 1'h'e.tb" .h. d' .t. lo'DI .ol trade Pttbig81Id rroudml .tertor .Is rCblmimng an 1 I gAt m Lret foroll.whUe i FI' i w 'I l.mtTe. S Compy 11- tenvernr lto lev r1 merb i tht loty. wil .sn IY- I 0.1j8n prtlng t.m 1hedllqibut- tI ItaUons .now anl n L. iu I W1ed tage Tas N StBe. swou Te I L Ta rinDa's. -n'o.t. h. -r. ec. ted.f..O. Em.Ccmpany tt f .rl 1 tecomly IS' Wneld. Justa 'dYI unt an h on e ttforte cpany.wfb 11.P. .to- he .e..t. th. otk t Wen oUltk'i thl. cmny u ajoln- Inra o y alarb 6 In- coe tro manuated 'ruct. 'b 'pb:1 b'cnfde ts kIn "n Itr ad stockrmaln n 101 .aalels' in pike U' verY fOf.hee 1. pulh rd1n. ol a S Ctmpy 'i dqinl -t Coneundy r i1 'mut Inoeae tnTlu dVdends. T Sp e S aand JW o Ct. e Uncle Sa IS' it Is frteds' I ges. cntlKanl. Saina 'ha numbr 1 wholuse thi'busy cl' Unc S wi rech T cl sUgwrritory Ide As Juncion tank" I hpp Juctio numb a IUe rch cm 'blt ve Imcl Itokhlders ae thlck t" mor Arkns Tre UC b bi. 01 ths cntral' Kansa tert fro Sa'n JuntioCty .nd Concrdi Unre Comp y wl reh th .le tte .frot "p lne Itps nea Topek T1re o Kn- a. ging Ito Une m stk n Kansa ccmD teir door. c t yur 1ht I uy you wi .d tt. i wl b 8ld nf wh wil' 1t sel -in pr. f.not sIJle f- Fo compny wth st backin L e Sm .Com y .n divdends I a i pr. yuwsh gd I ueot tb compy. t cme I thf ay acton Bettlrwre' tbA secretry hold.the IItoc yu thlsad wen 1 ft appea s' I I Wi e. Sl wer.j Hutn. I go cie Unce I s'm tank ae DW unload areWel. t n Hutchnson Bth tese t1teler. suounded rch faring dJtrts ad laller t wns hf- Y'SI dr Dn't Wt utllalj thee' statons unti 01 being wse thousad I i y Ks f bl e 1 I i fnue frm of re edols ane I l J. n the. citie menUonedwU j IJp' lae ad ri\r reftr t1rTo wl I tnue to' 10W utl i pat lt I fO brde 111 hav lTge uattnl als aon Missour were cn rJach tJema cst 11 rver. barre. I 'J 20 Town Bahe i 'Kas b Unce s .Wagon' I te .DisbutJ S ton AnOtbe fat 1\-estors jnl1d. tat Comp h&- s m distbuting ts. tlo.n .tiat c. rea h t\'n tot er'tos I. Kna wan bfoe n3d 'ctr dlsb- utng' IUtOn minor m n tTink Unle 'tt tb r fnlng' andselng r f1 01 In/de eaet t a yot ta "hecmpy is. bUldlg-lold aditon abve-named dtrl Ulng 1ta.ODS th compny IPple'Cher 'ae rect r fnery ce ndee ad .CotreTle fnd severa ttetCins. putng sttion Parln cmp& O. ad Contol Oer T.oe Toud Aces Ga Rt. I il. Iprtant Independen 1e- lininI cOmpy sboul cntrol Unce S d s. ths 3 f ,0 -i ga cam ver rtchst 01 prouc' ppees Kanas oT.Indan Tertory. tteg mp te CUem i prutr te. grae 01 wels I Teprele.n U. Of. e hest. t a kown theoU Sh0ld asric 'alrey -ben te. I pructio te enUe cPit sto Ba Cmpany ably'mor thanO cent Tr I are f. 1 acs lo elli. m leted anl aredrtlng o. I rou D Rug Nigt ad Da. compy ba n drilng pa wek wil contue' th m andposlbI st let 2Otarl. of te crde 01 01 wels' tor-e pip bg bult-there thusnds bael al lo Plpe. t..t te. I companycan ata g mrg' aount thatgs thrOutbepp 03r ow I ud s o 'ver satisfactor tem. Sparkan wilf bi clege" and'cn .e1e fJ' createrpa plchrt Swle wi aUl. .b 'hnd. .te treswanho pty. tcke 'he "vriy eleveathl leuon1 echol .ltber orsom rpute anwf dUtes beofmat 'r aslt&nce' capta s .I bebtnd btWetatfttSa.1le second GordDnat short severU 'esfielderwU bak. I .T..e..a t. he t. "uo laU 're. rd..a .1 d. eo. eded se' S50 Intrer improve men1'to the' ethletlc 'fel rhiCh w l b eUon mod rn gdtaD.mo cnvenlbUy 'iaU thanwu th oIlone. Gu \Jeler 1a res erda eI td tanager f'the eevenfor' ext ea r A'S.TORI.A. I FoIt' d Chde r e' ln YDilH u D f J t Ove ,00 ca Ha' r d I s f Cm 1ot b yltg a b-u w.en 'pure stok I' 01 Ther ch pad"In instalmetts eomln o stok -loted trmhetreury rn te doUa 81 cent 'neaiY S2 Oyou thi' fo wbt It'a .worth-wm d ltte .aver8inl' tuiur. Te. 5,0 Iokolder ad 3,00 wl0 a mtng lsts w1buy a ot'tb tme aVrtlsement' w beoe nearly TE aLL0N pple centtok wil wire wil b tQ orer. sock trm' f Ivestor 1medla ely I selnc"hls announcment. I I Te 0 Forbl. t o OPFeson i teXsand I Tet o 1ed. ben ta a'lt buld- 'ini 'pt Une t K. Cty. Gu L places ever. te compy o enterrse bve lad a jit lne .te Urce Sou pny. compy cbud re neT end oU o t. mr" ke doze lean ctlu stat& t se te. neal mUelot mn t pip lne gound. ard whle other talked I ap mont' tme. aomplsh-In netel mOthlt Tis faC wel Investors ntce. Th Unce Sa Cmp. do thng. I wnner. Is Suppord b Iuentia i Stat a Naton Bad Neal Fve Tound Stol-To 0 Tod Te 1 Ka. feeUn Ithe mn crraton h a crner 01 busie. cr1- treee Wel-kow cort methde ol trnst-Te Sa COpany enterise necessity-the ho ae respnsble it exs nce dd 10 ther proucing .propes fm conts' oppressr tus whch Cerale Indendent pruction on te wel rmembrblak l r f e F J t f com pant .Iecre sharehol- sypathy wih suar felds. tl t. Is mision. Iwork -C meced oua r Bael e1 Msu ver I Aton Nex Monda I. Co tr ct bee.n s'ged te .refner than 'a payet mae cler- cr. ou.n. d. wn.l com. ce Contact cls materia. b delvered wthin ds ca tngs 11'1 rlgbtalong. advac afer OJ retecom- t nces. 'tbthe showing.tls I me soc' wo1d I tut te cn aford sacrice sok immeate tu s toerowd t I cmpletion paR A 8 IOD A - Aveai 'c.of r Gao Chelale Unce Sa refnery make pr teted maxmum flhtlawlo'ft any p t. stte n abut avera. prtc gl- consumpto Ksa 2.00 belsPr Sa abslutely I maket Cherale plant and plnt the'.rlver cn te lce islt. neary .tb. e on b ocan steambats dwn llsl I rler Keepig Pome Cmplet It Is prml tU5 ha Qt -oubtfu 'sta thre wa It I ceer. Hudreds thousnds dola h \e. pased Urugh' te hads 'maner cmpany..nd flthnl acountng. cn mae ever cnt Wih eat elSs alre dy" geater lna el ll e t t an T..ex a sweled 'wih ompaT 10nalr. frenSe fancer plan. ever.dU. har.work 'J le woki prtncple wl. tnan- e..1 gin contendg ct- I ha th RIGH EGAGE INDUSTY G REFINNG SELING' PER- LEMAND BY-PRODUC WIHO' .TE CONSE FOREG TVNG C03tIl. I ou 'ilng 11 ga.t wi b .glal1 enrol aonI 'ur' bd I ar pt wih eforts wil oli evI Istokhlder I. te cpany I YOU' wil I Wi Te Gr t' B Grut Indep ndet Ee f It Xd I te' w H Eve I ever tat te gel owortunl Inve I ente rtse' te 'I t e &eatest Idepenent 01 organizton lau he.d wet th APpalachia moutn bked b publc' appvaI.verhre. .I. 'stockholdet enogh tOay t prtetts .Idoes not-depnd 'muh I dos upn the"t It stcolder. Pbla aent toay. aalt methds f tsts te Sm COm Y. depend upn te asl.nce te' comm peole genera marchg step c .Plc Is pruct uhtnderedad' tr' Insttute Wi Meet .the' Qfer .iG orgia A ring to'a wel-known Grden Instute 'plYed t eteai i y a- ct I areit Y intersteln .th 'wei e tlttu 10'1 'there I Jutaouta ltte h8 Unlv rlty orG g get' Fank .Btke forc ch 81 I fQf AUKst weolther jn.anu 'Jurgth patear Bla.kehas br' G Gordn Ittute te I .t an Jvm Attl 1 p'lnte wih theoutokand aton tme I .8..fD.O.U.5. Y. O.M. .I.d.H.c. r.e. :1 day oro. b. 'la cught. hs O.D 'ndstareci t'Pa fotbl hild'b P1 h .ha.a'lost saS ut en on 'te 1r wold' prIe. tht .w shhoder. 'I yOU' hv bad 5,00 t d m't deay.any tngeI. buts cre stok.newbetore advnce cri cme loon. Be S'tTod Ta. te' T te Be. Stok t talld t 10 perlbae. I MnC torove sao pr sre. I iawell-kwn fat tht Unce Sa .cmpay t ay tea a. beter ltr leemonths 'elltmc tbnte UI' h4 t tnt Its exstence. Refnertes' lne are" ng rn a pprt.They wil ea mone 101 seep. 1 'Vete..1 ser lot. tst r CaO'mple 5 W Ye. Wth dsnow wne ta D- Compay 1ec d1 ve we. monlb Iome tro rfinerie' and. e' wh r cmpee. wn aubsttl dviden. rn" leat tree t. Dn't yo se a atk th compaDow thi ou -t ao se-sUtnln p p'that. w lbelY' Stcolds i Eve tat ad rt ithe UDD A Mexc Caaa' ad 1n1 Iad" I joln.thl compay. YOI jlD a' ,5,0 atne b. I In1uentlal .froall.eeton' county. Clornla. an -m Cnd -ld Meic ed lancal ad h01ly pUing fo atk geat cmpany. te enterrise an kna whe' fr -de\'elpinc constructon 1 prgess. Cn lwoD -ha 'er t Wcompnyia 1ncle Sam. Ol ComPny" AU- tha d uplalztlon SO.Ooo valueof. stk's SI. shre. Compny 11"hrterudete lawl .ATzn& o 'he Jn.labltt causetote stokholdes. 'EnTbre of'theltockdraws ure amount dIvdnd a' any lhreA'pJJ Ite1y' rtovrths st k ha I ben. IUbCnbe. al. Wb. h U en loldto. eh It ewvent fm I O t.I I Ocoo t h al fe u e treIPry'stock. .t8l 2 9mpDy rghl a one-hal mJodolar. TJattok tna net fewmonth.wf alle Do" lne complete' balesbult fe bl"n ver rn-r- to wlscpleted L lstbuUon stat8:1I b U"he. a CouncI rer- s 8t u cterrver pits alrdy tken cre 1Y. tae eb. month" r. ttte tocompte .tbls'work but.n. wU h. omJ1et an te manwhoseu s atOk Iw an whown I nd the comay tme to'cmplete 1".le' l wk' bu.to realz Iv.toM ad- I' vance b' Is Invst. e honet. 11ee wl s,1 fl th. opn tm ,0 perahar l XowTo Bd. 1q. al dftOt'checpayab1e to Te tnCe .Sa 01.Cmpy. .St.k Jent retlrreger tal f .repr 'ouat .est one eveI week futher paru lar sen Fty'Photopbc ewa te 01 Felds and te Refine. 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