Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 14, 1906, Page 7, Image 7
T1IK OMAHA' DAILY BKK: : "WEDNESDAY. MAHflt U, 100ft. 1 I I I I I I I I I I . . ' 1 I "l 5t V; V Win b neither bullied nor bluffed, but beat bach th oil trust railroad hire lings In thre bourn, and haa proven to the world that the strong firm of the Irtete guarantee everlasting protection to Independent refinery INVESTORS. However, the railroad emlesaxle have shown their teeth, and -the oil men have accepted' the challenge, and already there Is a riant organisation for a square deal In Kansas well under headway, and will soon sweep over the entire state until th wheat raisers, the cattlemen, the farmers, the merchants and the Inde pendent oil producers and refineries will be handed together Inr an Impregnable conservative organisation, working In harmony with concentrated action to fore end maintain fair and impartial treatment for every Industry and encourage every legitimate enterprise to develep the wealth of the atate. regardless of the wlehea of any criminal (met. Such !i the ertrlt Of Kansas, and Mi good work will not stop In Kansas, but will spread Into Missouri. Illinois. Nebraska, Ok lahoma. Arkansas and Iowa, wliere Unci Bam stockholders are numbered by the thousand, who, with their neighbors, mill be s power for justice for that la all an Independent refinery or any other independent organisation needs or has ever aakod for and this they have a rlgftt to expect anywhere under the American flag. The present Just lawa fr the protaction of Independent re fineries 1n Kansas sre the prld of the atste, and any attempted sharp tricks of the aggressor oil trust will not ba tolerated, for Kansas never retreats from a righteous poeltlon once taken, and ynu can depend on the state strengthening: the present oil lawa inatead of allowing them to be ignored by any law breakers. rXZT STAKTZS SOaCXTatXVO I1AI TH1 X.OTXB.S or A SQUAB. DZAX, XV XAKSAg WOI riVXSX. Last week whan a well-known oil trust attorney ap peAren at the cipltal of Kansas evlden41y much wor ried over the w iy the Independent refineries of Kansas fcr scooping tin trade away from the trust, orders were given 1o help the trust out, and. of course, the attack was made to m ke the Independent reflnerlea pay a big freight rate so the nil trust could sunk their life blood swav tn secret ehstes. The orders were given, all right, but It did not tike over three houra unll Kansas wes wakening from border to border. At midnight Uncle Ham men comni -need work and preparations were speed ily arrangd to petition the entire state In three daye. Telegi aplif s-.id telephones were soon In action and th way the lineup for battle waa prepared soon brought result. The ra lrneda found out tney had stirred up a hornt's net. evlth the chances good for tha hottest fight ever iil In Kansas, and In lea time than It took to give on the bluff interviews at Topeka. which were huil'il all over the land by the Associated Press and other ree services, how the Independent refineries wer to be klll-1 off right away, the railroads com manned to buck up. and anyone familiar with the preea dispstc-hes of tin last thre days ha noticed what graceful crow e iters some of the people ar. L ke an April shower, It' all over, but it was a bad looking cloud at flrat. and something the Independent men In th- state will ftmnaano preparing for from now on with renewed d -termination. Organisations will b formed In ever townahln In Kansaa. The plan of th TInele Sam company will be carried out Juat aa they were advertise a year ago. Thla company wants mora voter In Kansas, want enough men In tha state so that It can destroy sny novt to confiscate ita property, and do It quick. If you are a wheat raiser, a cattle man. -a farmer or rerohar your rau Is our eauae, and you should get In Una for this company and agalnat th giant of crt-nlnal truat, even, though you only take 1M shsree st $2 00. Join aur band and speak a good word for the c impany to your neighbor or friend and buy Uncle Bam oil if there la a distributing atation in your county, an If there Is not one It will be but a matter of a few months until there will be. A maximum freight rata law should be passed covering '.!' com modities if we in pull together it nan be done with eas organisation l all that I needed men who will wet nutok, and results can be accomplished In lea than three hour th time It took by the watch last week tt force the ra'lretds to b good sgaln. The Uncle Ham omtfif right n-w has over TWO THOUSAND stock holder In Kana ia they are as loyal a crowd aa ever fol lowed anv ring, and If you wish to help Increase thla army to three thousand In Kanea now la th ttm for you to act. for tha company can only accept a certain number mere of ahareholdera until th stock will all b Placed, and It Is now selling more rapidly than aver. Hundreda have paid what you are asked to pay In this announcement. If you have $i00 to tl.OnO to Invest you can not f'nd a B-tter Inveatment In tjie Central West, e this stock c-tain to go to at. least SO cent per share Thera Is onlv one wav to meet the DIRTT MILLIONS f th oil tntt. and that I with men. With tare thou sand stockhoH a In Kansaa thoroughly organised and working in cnnl tnctlon with other Independent organ Irellcn an elect'on can be turned In Kansaa on a very few hours- rotl- provided traitors are found within tir ranka Refer get in the fight to a flnlah for a aouare deal In Kanaaa for all. time to eome and at th aame time m-k some revenue heel dee bv keeping om ef the immense dividend extorted bv the oil trut by keeping the p-of:t st home. The oil trust paid over TWKVTT-1-ivb MILLION DOLLARS In dlvldenda last ear: Uneli Sam company can certainly do an-tweejfr-flfth es well in two years. - a- TmUaTat KXTZB WTTM LXlTlt VBABXT OaTB XAJ.T COKTXJITBS. As everyone kiwi the plsns of the Uncle 8am company frini the start have been to be Indep-ndent. Running straight north from refinery No. 1 at Cherry vala la SIXTY-FOUR MILKS of main trunk pipe line alreailv laid and acrewed together and 'several mllea of 1t ditched. Th flret two big pipe line pumpa and boll era ar at Cherryvale, delivered and paid for. The first pumping e'atlon of two seres is r.id for and the second one leased FIVE MILES MORE OF THIS main trunk pipe line is unloaded Juat east of Topeka ready to coss ine sksnsss river. Rignt or wsy 1s secured to the Kin aas river end n'ne-lenthe of the halsnce is also secured Over th's pipe line Uncle Sem company csn pump oil to the Missouri river from Cherryvale for BIX CENTS c) r barrel. This would be a sevHie of ovr rirTT CFNTS'(0o pr barrel above railroad ratee if the rsnroaos enoiiid anv time be allowed to confiscate oil n'oiieitlea bv the atate sgsin In Kane. Tht'a th i rcie oenj companv orrerg not enlv every ohanc to In vestor to hold their own en railroad rstna In Kmui bt on the other hend are building on ehelutev solid grovnd The eving in freight rates elone would pav neerlv TEN CENTS 1"e iv ehsr vrly oa the atock yeu can now b'ty for TWENTY CENTS per she re. Of cure must res Use that ther ar great profit in th rflning of oil. The I th reon the nil truat la wlll'ng to reaort to lmoet nv kind of d1ahornhle reeers to kp down competition. However. Uncle Sim is wnelne th dav and Is a deatlned winner end you w-,in "'hi e wrii nin ua win tr rient na at thu sm time mak big monv on all -on lnvs wl'h th ec-sn. One houer dMlera will bnv S una ahara w'lh par value of 5 (. If you send vhk or draft at onea f miiT immr rw irncoxmarvn. ornaVA- TXOW. Unci Ram Wefinerv No 1 hee beei 'in . aucceaf-il eer.tirB fr- verel months and the eomnsnv haa Juat ""h1aa tta -ctty. hence will h able to areMlr 1m ereaee th ala nf re'lned ola Kav mttr to bu'H , i after th werk la one launched In a aueeessful man- TtTOX.W x OWTTS XTS ftWM TAITK 0AM. As shown be a picture elsewhere. tte eomnsnv shins nlne-tentha of 's oil in tak cars which belong to th , comnanv "Th -ret of hardline the oil Is tharehv re duced to tH lowest nnsalble f eure Tom rae depend M)l enr"mie-l -i(nnt d d'vldards when vmi enroll stnnVhtder In thla comn.ny and s'cur e me of t val-i-hl. atock. Rett. tek on thnueand hara - st 0 fl for in one year the chsncas s' It will w"h at least H.SOt.ea. or flv time th pteaant selling nrlee. own cittw aw srrow.Arn tahws on tAsga oa owra efatoTTw-rig rw tww rrv.y.ownra bio Tflwv Awn cities or THB MSBOOBX TAX.X.BT: JOPH WICHITA. XAWSAg CITY. PTTTSKVM, MA WHLUWOTOg, 4TOTOOI, XTTOBTirSOV, MAX.TMA, AMTHOaTT. coaTOOBPiA. uiTiawosni, wnrrrtLD. oxzbjittau. MOST GENERAL SNOW EVER From Ocean to Ooean in North and 8onth it Falls. WELSH SAYS THE END IS NOT YET Mvr , fr4lct1 fur Keferaak Teaeorrvw, with High ; Northerly W tad. try lain ia reported fulling at many points. The anow haa been very evenly distributed and no high wlnda are reported in the cen tral valley, which I an evidence that there baa bn no heavy drifting of tha enow. However, tt sixty-mile wind waa reported during the last twelve hours at Salt iJike City and Mixlena. ltah. but thla morning the wind ha ver maurlully abated and only a twelve-mile wind is reported In that section. The torin is central over south ern central Utah and is moving eaxtward very slowly. ld In the wrlh. "An extreme cold condition i reported at J'rlnc Albert, British Columbia, whne JO degrees below aero ar rrporte'I, with 18 below at Winnipeg and from aero to ( be Hjw io Nortb DJkota. Tills cold condition xtenda serosa froir. Dulutu to Hibmarck and northwest. Freexing ettther Is re ported tu the southern line of Kansas and Allnsourl. The depth of the Mmurull here up to 7 o'cloi k this morning was one aud dtie-fuurth inches. ."The snowfall lias lx-n an unusually dry one. but became heavier In density jis the temperature gradually roae, There Is a pruepvci tor loiuiuutd. inow tunlgut, wtiti "I iu uut retail as universal and whit spread anow condition a prevail today all over the United Slates," said Weather Foiwcaatvr WeUb Tuesday morning. "You wilt notice by our wvalher chart that anow ia reported froiu Ruetu rg. la northwestern Oregon, dear a. -roes th country to the Atlantic coast. Snow ia reported In almost every Important, city and elation north, ward front t'uir... i. (ioui the Pacttjc to the Atlantic coast. Southward from the eotttbaiu Kanaua line and acres tb coun Dividends Commence From each r ef th abova dlatrlbutlng atatlona the company can reach bv wagon an average of eight rood town, besides hundreds of country stores. OWB OTB OWH TAVX WAOOWS. There Is not a mlrslng link In tha Uncle Sam lineup. Our territory la surrounded hy hundreda of atockhold era, and puhllc sertlment is with the company almost to a man. The company owns Its own tank wagona. While ynu are raiding thla announcement Uncle Sim men will be selling oil to someone. Every day there Is a steady Inflow of cash for oil sold. More station will soon be compieUd, and hence greater revenue for the company. In avernl of the above named trade cen ters the company has two tank wagon delivering oil every dy. , OWM P CJbTTROI. OtTB 0W OBTTDB Oil.. Working along lines certain of crard success the company has put up every breastwork poeatblo for pro tection, and hence Uncla Sam owns or controls hi own production. Lataral pipe linea are completed attaching three-fourths of the Cherryvale field with refinery No. 1. OWJT OB OOBTBOX. OIL BXOKTS XX TB1BTT (S0.000 TKOVSAirS AOBIS. Some of this property represents ths cream of the oil fields In Kansaa and Indian Territory. Near Bartlea ville Uncle S"i has drilled In two ollera that started off at over ONE TH0U8AND barrela the first twenty- rour nours. xni oil ia very high grade will make per cent gaaollne. COMPACT XA TBOT7SA1TDS OT BABBZX.S OT OXXi IJI STOBAOB. Uncle Sam la storing oil at Bartlaavllle to atart th big river refinery with. OWB rOTTB OBXXTXVa BIOS SO OXTB SBTUXSrCr .. y AT COST. Uncle Sam has room on the different oil tracts to drill several th msand oil well. Company owns four drilling rigs and does the drilling at post. Don't, you see the company la following g coura that la hedging aeveral line deep for success? CAB BOOB BU.m TTF OUB rBOSVOTXOB TO OBB TXOTf SABS BABBZX SB BAT. With our four drllle we can aoon build up aur pro duction to ONH THOUSAND BARRELS per day. Now, before you thro down thla paper, alt down and firur out how long tt will tak tha oil trust to freesa out this Uncle Sam company In tha home of Ita frlenda. with lta own pipe line to pump the oil to navigation. Ita own tank cara, own tank wagona and Ita distributing terri tory surrounded by thousanda of Its stockholders de manding that merchants handling Urcle Sam oil and so liciting their nghbor to burn no other. While on tha other hard there are thousanda of taxpayers who are so disgusted with the actlona of the criminal trust and their railroad allies that they will, ahun truat. oil aa though It were polaon. BTXB AT OirXiT OBX ' TKOVSABX BABBXM FIB BAT WTTK Oil. AT OBBTS PBB OAXAOV WOTJXXt MQAjr AW ZBOObTS TOB XTBOXaB BAMOrOTBB SIX SrCBDBBD THOU- SATO DOLLAE1 XBB TUX. However, the company I now aecurlng an average of double thla for th oil, or. In fact, right at nine centa per gallon, and the company will In a very short time build up to where It will handle at lean TWO THOU SAND barrels of ell per day. Now. these ar facts no Investor ran get around. Uncle . Bam Company orrera you a aqu ue del a practicable proposition a money maker from the word go, and a lineup that the dirty millions of th oil trust can not break down. Wlae In vestors are buying the atock, and it la now or never with you If you ever secure any of th stock, aa th present excitement and determination of this giant com pany for a squa-e deal is going to lln up hundreds of men quick lor Uncle earn atock. LOADING TANK CARS AT UNCLE V 9 Yy ; " Tha above picture waa taken at Unci Sam refinery at Cherryvale, Kaa., the next dsy after tha lyiag re port waa sent out from tha capital of Kansas by certain ell trust hlrellnga that all th oil shipped In Kansaa by Independent ref.nerlea waa ahlpped In barrela and tin cana and pound packages One railroad traffic man made a big spiel about th unjust part of the Kanaas maximum freight rata law at the-esme time. Now w will g'v this wise guy expert one hundred dollars in gold for every pound can his road or any railroad In Karass ever ra-rled for tha Uncla Sam refinery, and tha Uncle Sam comoaMy allies two times aa much ell aa all the other Independent refineries tn Kanaaa. W produc thl picture to show, how eaay tt Is for soma people to get falsehood Into th press reports ef th land, -peelally when It plugs a competltar of th oil trust. The Uncle Sam company ships three-fourths f ita ra flred oil In tank cara and but very little In barrel ship ments, and none In tin cana or pound packagea. It la not practlcahl to do any barrel shipping to apeak of, and Uncle Sam will not do ary In alx months, for by that time we w ll have atatlona so distributed In Kan aaa a to be abl to reach the entlr atat from our dis tributing (fattens by wagona after tank carrying tha ell to the stations The above referred to traffic agent, when he was trvlng to deceive th press and th people, did riot tak time to tell only half th truth. He did colder tonight and tomorrow, with pect for high, northerly winds." TH1 FILL THHOIGH THE SOW Ratlroada Meet with Better Reaulta Tha Expected. Although the snow was most sever on traffic in Omaha and vicinity, the railroad trains were all coming in In better shape Tuesday than for seveial days. Th Burlington had been delayed all along th line by wrecks and atorm, but all the wrecks have been cleared away and tha tralna were catching up on th schedules. Tha wreck at Akron, near Brush, which occurred Sunday Afternoon,, waa the mr-st eerioue, aa It blocked Uie main line and because of the severe storm it was Jim cull to. get the wreckage cleared away. The track, however, "ji clered Monday eight and through truffle resumed The Hock, Island tiaina were reported practically on time and -other tralna from the eant wer little delayed. The Union f a illc trains were catching up on the schedule, which had been broken by the severe drifts In Wyoming," which blocked the through trains and made (hem a day late. The Builir.gton tralna fivm the north- While the effort to trample under their feet wlth Impnnlty the maximum freight rate law of Kansas, which stands approved by nine-tenths of the people of the state, was putting Into effect erdere direct from tt Broadway, and was ex pected to be a death knell to the Independent refineries of Kansas, still It la . not the first time that the accessories to a plot to pillage property were atayad by the fear of retribution before they were able to carry out the devilish pur poses of their conspiracy. On the other hand. It has started a movement that will make the Uncle Bam Company a common cause with nine-tenths of tha Interests of Kanaaa. and meana that tha wheat raisers, cattlemen, farmers and merchants will be customers for Uncle Sam. oil. and will be backers of t'ncl Sam rights and NUMBERS THR DAYS WHEN OIL TRUST AGENTS WILL MOVK THEIR DISTRIBUTING WAGONS from Kansaa because there will be nu one disloyal enough to home industries td buy their trust-msde oils. In othet words, the Uncle Ham Company will not let up on Its fight before the Interstate rommerc commission soon to convene at Kansas City will not retreat a lx-teen-hundredth part of an Inch or make a single concession under a bluff to the oil trust railroads, but will fight shoulder to shoulder with the other interests of Kansas that are Justly entitled ta equitable freight rates, and will stand for and work for a eoneerratlve maximum freight rate on wheat, corn, coal, rattle and hngg and all other eommodltlea, either produced or hauled over common carriers In Kansas. TXX.BQBAXS WXXXi BB TXOXXWO) OBDBBB TOB TTV0X.B BAM bTTOOX. Unci Sam company Is making good and will con tinue to make good, and has done more than It prom ised. There are thousanda of deals now pending all sver the UnlUd Statea hundreds of them In Canada. Lou of deals are closed by telegraph. There are hun dreda of men who will be wiring the home office for rcaervatlona on Uncle Sam stock hy the time this ad vertlaement la out a half day.' However, everyone who mall check or draft promptly on reading this announce ment will recelv hi tock.on the basis of the price asked herein, if the atock is not all aold When remit tance arrive. , EIOBTT nX OBBT OT TKB BTOOX XS BOI.D. BAXr AXfOS SOLS AT TXX FBBSZBT FBI OB WXX.X. OOatFIiBTB TKB OBBAT VTOM. Remittances on Uncle Sam stock for th paat twelve day have averaged over $1,700.00 per day caah. whll including th stock sold on Inatallmenta. which will be paid for promptly, runa the Bales aom day to twlc that amount. The atock I In demand, it la aelling be cause business men know It will go to at least. 60 centa par ahara. and poaaibly par. during tha next year. WXTX OVB TXFB LOT COMPUTED ABD WXTX UQXT BABOXUi OB TKB BOBSOTJBX COatTABT CAJT BBX.XTX1B OXX. AT ST. X.OUIS TdB ABOUT IS CXBTB TZB BABBEX Th railroad ask anywhere from 0 eenta to ft per barrel to haul oil ver the railroad a distance of 400 mile Howvr, th Uncle Sam company can deliver oil over th pip line bargee aa above mentioned to St. Louis nearly four hundred miles from the oil fields, but not much over FIFTEEN CENTS (18c) per barrel. Flgur for yourself the aavlng that pipe line will b and then remember that Uncle Sam ha It nearly one half completed from Chrryvale already. BBTXBBBT Bo. WILL BB COMTLBTBB XB M OATS OB LXSS, .. From ten to thirty men are now crowding to com pletion the big Uncle Sam refinery No. 1 on the banka of the Missouri by Atchison, j. Material ia arriving every day. It la being paid for too. Don't wait until thla big retlnery la completed and then expect to buy thla atock even at double the present selling price. Progreaalon la th password of th Unci Snra company. Better Invest 1100 for five hundred sharea and let your Inveat ment grow with us. .., XCBB VOW AT WOBXC OB TOTTBXtATXOB FOB UBOLS ABC BBFXBBBT Bo. AT TULSA, X. T. .' Whn you buy Unci Samsjock. you aecur an In terest In th pip line, th oil wells, the oil rights, the big refinery already oot ,letd,t Cherryvale. th rlvr, refinery No. 2. being rapidly cohatructed on the banka of tha Mlstout: at Atchison and refinery No. t where Uncla Bam men are now at work at Tulsa, I. T, In tha very heart of th Indian Territory oil fields First car load of material haa been ordered from the East for the Tulsg refinery, and will be on the grounds In from three weeks to thirty days. If statehood Is defeated for Oklahoma by the oil truat and their railroad allies Unole Earn company will build a refined oil line down the Arkanaas rlyer to Fort 8mith"ahd run light barges down to Little Rock and On to the big cities of the lower Mis sissippi valley. OXTB Tin OOatFABT TTKT XT XS POSSXBLB TO BUILD UP TO A OAPACITT OF ZIOKTBBB (18, 000) TKOUSABD BABSXLS DAILY. Uncle Sam Company has a better start In th first year of Its existence than the present oil trust had In SAM REFINERY NO. 1 CHERRYVALE. t. .. . H explain that under th Kansaa maximum freight rate law tha railroads secur about forty (fto.00) dollars a car hauling ell from Cherryvale to Kansas City, Kaa., and am rat to other distances, and that thla ia from 10 to 1 per cant mor. than ratee charged by the roads them selves on several other klnda of material. Railroad men who acknowledge the truth know there la money In haul ng oil In tank car lota under the Kanaas maxi mum freight rt law, and thl company la perfectly willing th railroad should make money in fact, all any of the refinery companies want Is a square deal; a a rule can Piy a little mor than the usual freight end make good moray, but In th event ef a fight w'.th th trust, which I sure to oome. they will need Just a fooa term as the trust, which they will never get only h rough a maximum freight goveraed by tha atate. If you hav money to Invest batter get on th right eld ef th ell struggle In Kansas and help aecur Justice In thee old field, and at th same time make good money on your Invest -nent. Every day the Urcle Sam com pany 1 shipping oil. Just a matter of a few weeks until th big river refinery will be (hipping oil Just Ilk thla rflnry No. 1 at Cherryvale for Uncle Sam. You can buy gtock todsy for to centa per shar. but common horse sens will tell you that you will not buy It undar a half dollar per share by th tlm Uncle Sam refinery No. i is completed. - a pros went were tied up In Wyoming Monday, but these are being put through Tuesday. The railroads report the worst storm of the season in that section. ' CLARK GOES FOR BOY'S HEALTH l.eavee Uaiaka for Ueaver eu Advlr of Physlelna to Meaieat gust's Condition. Dr. A. W. Clark, superintendent and founder of the Child Saving Institute, who haa returned to the. city, confirms the re port of his resignation and removal to Denver. His reason for leaving Omaha, lie says, lies In the bud heuith of his eldest Lson, aged 19, who has been an Invalid for the last alx years, suitering from a general break-down, which threatens tu attack the lungs. I'hyaiciana have prescribed a resi dence In Colorado for at least two years. Believing his tlrst duly la to his family. Dr. Clark decided to change hla residence to Denver, and his family haa already gone there with the invalid son. Dr. Clark will reintil nin Omaha and at the bead of the Child Saving Institute until May L wheu it Is thought Mr. A. M. Ed Theea conditions mean that thousands of mora Hansen' will buy Uncla Sam stock, and that thle formidable foe of tha oil trust will grow tln"r n" strorger. until It will not only have nlne-tentha of the o II t.K"'J?lt will he a power In the Missouri vslley states ONE HUNDRED AND TW ENTT TWO more distributing statlone will be completed In that many different traa centers In the Missouri valley statea during the neat lx months. I "Pie asm Refinery No. 1-on the bank of tha Missouri at Atchleon-wlll ba completed In NINKTT DATS" TIME or less. Uncle "vm men are now at work on foundations for Uncla Sam Refinery No. , at Tulsa, Indian Territory, and the first car load of material Is now belrg shipped from the Capacity of I ncl ajn Refinery No 1, at Cherryvale, haa bn almost doubled, and wiles of rerined oil will hence be greatly Increased. Work on the main tnink pipe line to the Missouri river continue, while men are this very day laying pip for the com mencement of pipe lln from th big Bsrtlesvlile oil wells of I ncl m pany to Cherrvval. and atock that Jou can buy now at the Old price ofTW KNTY CENTS pr share may be all sold or taken off th market r advanced to K of m ents per shar before you see another announcement. This I a common man a companv. flghtlrg for a principle, as well as flnsnctsl gain, and you are solicited to , Join our bsnd now. over FIFTT-F1VE HUNDRED 8TRONO trep resentlng every state and territory In th Union and a I so Cat ade and Mexico), at a price that you know la right, and at th same time da your part to assist this Independent enterprise to become the greatest aueoess of th age. which It I apparently destined to be. June !209 th first ten jreara. It I an ajr matter t build up and add to and tak On bigger thing after the work la all under headway. When you figur on an Inveat ment In this stork, remember that It 1 not only prob able, but pos.ilb'e. that thla company will build up to where it will re'lne FIVE THOUSAND BARRELS A DAY on the banks of the Missouri st Refinery No. 1, to THREE THOUSAND BARRELS TER DAY at Cherry vale for Refinery No. 1, now In successful operation, and to TEN THOUSAND BARRELS PER DAY for Re finery No. 8, wher work has now commenced at Tulia. Indian Territory. Now $1.0nu.00 will buy you at present five thousand shares, of this atock, which can not go ary cheaper and must at leaat go to M centa per share. Now, th above results are posaibla. Judging the grand success achlevel by the company In th pst. snd should they be attalnel it would mean that UNCLE SAM STOCK WOULD GO TO FIVE (IV0 DOLLARS per shsre. You can take thl statement for what It la worth, but thla company has a great future, and at any rate you are e-taln of a safe Investmsnt, and you stand an even break fir fortune making stock. On the other hand. If you can spare $5,000.00 without crowding you for ready cash you can now ecure THIRTY THOU SAaTD sharea fop that amount. Should thla stock even go to $?00 rer hr It would mean ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLLARS to you pow for an Inveatment of t5.0000. Now 1 certainly th tlm to get the tork. and If yeu buy the asm and lock It In your bank box and hold It a duple of yeara you will not only eur dividend commencing Jane JO, but w think an Ineres In th vslu ef reur Investment that will surprise th moat enthusiastic backer ef Uncla Sam. POWBB rf in OIL TBUST BAB BRACKED XTS EXBTTB: A 1TB LBATBtj AH OPXBXBO) FOB TfBCLB BAM. Say what you please, th sign of th time give ad ditional evidence every dsy that th robber oil trust la going to pieces. It" haa built on false methods of bus iness; It Is enlUted under a black flag, and sooner or lster must mef Its Waterloo, for right will win In the rd It alwav ha and lwaye will. The Uncle Sam Company I backing the principles of a square deal, and aa tha pioneer In th field ean aoon aupply th markets. DTTXDBBDB WILL OOsnsTBBCB JUBB BO. Thr ta no bluff about th payment of dlvldenda on this atock commencing with June M, ltot. They will be paid, and, furthermore, they will continue, no matter what aom wla guys may ray to th contrary. Th Unci Sam company vs bullded on a aoltd foundation from th atart. The money paid In en atock has been placed wher it haa Increased in vslu several fold and will continue to Increase. If you hav money to Invest you simply whll away a good opportunity to place it with a safe enterprise If you allow thla opportunity to go by. Tha company I not In th gold brick class. neither la it a gold mine deal. but. on the contrary, la already a STRONO MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE. It ha th backing and aupport of conservative and In fluential man In both atate and nation. The more atock you secure th larger will ba your dividend chck. If you are already a stockholder now Is the time to In' crensa, for If r-u don't rou may never have the oppor tunity agam. Tile announcement will be placed In th leading newspaper of th land. It will be read by million of lnvetore. The company Is In telegraph com munication w'ft nearly one thousand Investors snd will reach over ELEVEN THOUSAND mora by special letter report. The stoak will be aold. and If ynu wish to be th owner or om of It now la your tlm for action. FBOXf TXB AVXABSAB XXTXB TO TKB BXXSSOUXU . BIT SB WILL'BB TKB LXKB-UP.' There t not a leoallty In tha Missouri valley where Unci Sam company can not take tha oil trade of th trust away from them with the large number of stock holder Unci Btm has. Don't you knew this good will for the company is worth an untold value and 1 an asset back of this stock hard to estlmr.te a value on? We don't have tj beg people to buy Uncle Sam, but they Just eome anyway, and then wnt to know If they can- help ua out and willingly Intercede with a neighbor. UBCLB SAXC BIMFLT OOXB0 TO XATB TXB OIL TBADB OF KABSAB. Everybody knows tha atand Kanaaa haa taken fot a square deal for the oil fields. Oa where you pleas In th United State and th average man haa words of pralau for tha way Kansas let the oil trust know that law and ordrr and justice still held forth In the Sun flower state. Now nine-tenth of th people of the state were willing thxt th atat should vn build a atat refinery, and vtd bonds to do It with. However, th average Kansan la going to be satisfied now If tha Uncla Bam Company ajppllea th state. Now If you are a Kan san and wlah t be 'able to make a proud report of your atate, get your shoulder to the wheel and do. a little talking fir Urcle Sam and take some of th stock. If you only put' In R0 00, kMVOO or 1100.00. but help nut and you will be surprised In how short a time Uncle Sam will patrol the entlr atat. It la not th purpose or tni company, nor iia management, to try and run anybody out of bualneaa, nor to assum that It can buck tha dirty million of th oil truat, but we do know that we can and will oure th oil bustneea of Kanaaa with but very little more help from Kanrana, aud that by attending to our own business th oil truat will aoon have rone tn attend to In Kanaaa. Now, If you wlah t help this compmy accomplish thl grand succesa. get In line erd do it now, so we can rush the entlie CHAIN OF THREE GREAT REFINERIES TO COMPLETION BBTWBBB TBI BTIBSOUBX OUSTXB SUITS ABD TXB XBTZBTTATB OOafBTSBOS COMMTMIOB OFFOSITIOB TO UBCLB BAM TXBT WILL XATB TXBXB XABDS FULL. There la a wrong Impression oometlmea goes abroad. Soma people get It Into their heada that the oil truat and tha railroala always have thing their own way. Whll we are willing to admit that th part of th Uncle Sam Company la not any bed of rosea, (till vry great (uecaaa must expect to meet with some difficulties and be prepare for them. Sometlmea the oil trust and th ratlroada aatume a falaa front to divert the public eve. About th tlm that th interstate commerce com mission summoned the whole bunch to oome and explain the oil rate at Kanaaa City and about the time that Attorney General H. S Hadley wen before th supreme court of Missouri Is when all thla Kansaa maximum freight rata buhble started. Th real fellow that's In trouble In Kanaka and Missouri today la th oil trust and the railroala, and they have a good hard Job on hand. Don't get fooled by hot air reporta, but remem ber Uncle Sam company ha thousanda reedy to fight wards, eattant superintendent, will tail charge. . The institute la Incorporated and under the control of a board of di rector composed of Omaha men. It will be continued along the line In vogue In the past. "I have no definite plans as to my future occupation," aaid Dr. Clark. "I have been In philanthropic and charitable work so long that I auppoae I ahall continue in thla way In some manner. I have no prospec tive connection with Judge Lindsay's pro posed association for the betterment of Juvenilea nor any other at present. Ther la scarcely any likelihood that I ahall re turn to tha ministry. Tha Child Saving In stitute here will be conducted aa it ha been In tha paat." CHURCH GETS ANOTHER OFFER First Christian Can Hav Forty Thonaand front Other Party oa Better Term. .Another offer of 140,000 baa been made for the First Christian church property at Nineteenth and Farnam streets, ths terms of which ar aaid to be better for th church people than that mad by Harrison aV Morton. The names of th new bidders hav not been disclosed. Two or thre conferences wer held Tuesday between member of the church board of trustees and real estate ajrenta representing the men who want to buy"th property, but nu conclusion waa reached and no money haa changed hand. Th board ia holding a aesston thla after noon with tha real estate man in the office of Buldrtg at DvBord. . Indications point to the acceptance of th new offer, owing to advantage la the terms of payment. Th offer of Harrlnon tt Morton waa accompanied by a I mo de posit, and tn proposition wa to pay 10, u Inside of a month and th remainder within a year at I per ceat Interest. Th DIAMONDS Frenxer. liih and Dodge. Mating; la trearltlona. Figure compiled by the county auditor show that $-10 leas ha been spent by th county fur prescriptions during th month, of December. January and February, 1C-, than in ttie corresponding loom lis of l4-5. Theao figures show the number of preaerlpttuna pahj for by the county during the month named: December. 14, tal; l'.o. 4ol. January, 1'jj6. l.(M; Iia;. Jbo. Feb ruary. 19. 1H. Sil. Total for thro inonlha iir,. 19n6- l.lnT. V 1906. for It and whe sre guarding over Uncle Sam gneeeea with a protecting r. and that thla company I strong nough to stand many a atorm and still keep off the breaker. It will grow stronger very day, regantle of any reports to the contrary, and If you want to grow with It niw Is the time for yhu to get into th band wagon bef ire th atock I doubled up In prlc. DOXTT BB FOOLBD BT BXXB OABCB BBOKBBS. There hss been for month past a systematise game of blackmail against th Uncle Sam company. The blackmailers send out advertisement and sneak them Into responsible newspapers by fraud, offering Unole Bam atock at a cut rate, when the facts ar that ' th party signing th advertisement ha no Unci Sam. stock and cannot procure a single ehare under the mar ket prlc. Beelde thl ther ar certain brokers who. knowing that Uncla Sam atock la prominent befor th public, place quotations tn their lists, when they do not have the atock and oould not fill an order, but desire to ecure Inquiries of prospective purchaser, when they Immediately mak som false excuses and try to load you up on om wildcat stock that they ar anxlou to get rid of. Sometlmea these advrtlemente ar atgned from Cherryvale, when In rellty not a single shsre of Unci Sam atock that I paid for or la legitimate can ba purchased at under the market price. ' Don't let theie blackmailers best you out of your money, dr delay until ethers hav what you want. Mall your chck or draft airect to tne company ana yeu win receive your ioc . promptly by return mall and hav no trouble. . . Company Will Sell Stock for th ' Next Few Days as Follows: 100 hares, ao OO. boo (karee. B100. 1.000 shares, taoa. B.BOO ara. BB00. B.000 Itam, BLOO0. In addition to the Uncla Sam company aelling Ita treaaury atock-at the above caah prleea, the company alao makes the following monthly payment offer, so that Inveatora of limited meana can aecure part of th pree ent allotment before a big advance occur, which I cer tain to com. Offer 1 as follows: MONTHLY PAYMENT OFFER 8,000 eharea, SIM eewk, monthly payment SIM eaok S.000 har. B BO cash, monthly paymaata B0 k 1,000 eharea. a 00 caah, monthly payansnt 60 oh 1,000 sharea, $ 80 oaak, a moatnly pwrmntta 80 eok . B00 abarea, $ 18 eaah, a monthly permsxtt, 18 ok BB0 aba, rr.B0 cms, a monthly payment 8730 eaok 100 gbra, 99.00 out, 8 mestbly payments 83.00 aob SPECIAL OFFERS Fog a few gays th company will gall atoek In Ftfta ' Tnensaaa (18,000) lota pas raJu 918,000 fog SaS00 "oaak Write for Pictures of the Refinery and Oil Fields and Other Reports Th company haa a number of plcturen taken ef thai oil flelda and af the refinery, etc.. and other literature that explains mor clearly the assets of th company and what the company la doing. If you do nor nd your check or draft by return mail you ahould writ at one for full particular and aame will ba aent you by return mall. XV COBCLUSXOX. W cannot In thl space tell you of th many strong points of thla great enterprise; however. In aa few words aa poaalbl me have tried to explain tha Inveat ment thla company offer. It la doing a grat work, making a big fight, but nvr for on minute has th management lost hope or faith that final grand succeeB waa certain. Knnsans re th head of Uncla Sam men who believe tha American flag I greater than any thieving oil combine. We ar old aattler of th atat w are making th fight in good faith th atock 1 offered by advertising this way becaus tha company desires a large number of atcckholdera, hence greater ' Influence. Inatead of paying om bond acalpcr twenty to thirty per vent to bond and mortgage our properties, the company la aelling tha atock to th common people. . There are no awelled-up guy or frenaled financier connected wlthth management w are Juat common people, no better, but Juat aa good aa any. If you Join our band yeu can depend on a square deal and that th ' management will guard your Interest. Th company , haa frlenda everywhere. Many a man la working for lta auccea who aoea not own a anara or tna sioca. Public ssntlntent la with u. Th charter name of th company I "Th Unci Bam Oil Company." Authorised capitalisation I TEN MILLION shares, par vslu II. 0 each. Th atock la non-aaseasabla. There la no persons' al liability, and each ahara of th stock draw thB same amount of dividend a any other ahare. Th of ficers of th company are Jamea Ingereoll President! J. H. Ritchie Vlua president, and H. H Tucker, Jr.. Secretary and Treasurer. Th befor named men eon-. stltute the board ef directors. The management now la th aame aa at tha beginning. The old guard la atlll in tha traeea. There are over sixty men and woman working for th company In th different department. There h ben over FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS caah paid In to tha company' treaaury for (tock and oil. Thera are thousands of dol lars of oil on hand. There ere about FIFTY THOU BAND DOLLARS SUBSCRIBED on atock already allot ted from the treaaury that will be paid In on monthjy pevmenta. Both Bradatreet and Dun give the eoiopaity rating, and for further references write to T. R. Clen dening, president of the Committee of Forty, addres Atchlaon. Kanaaa, or to Wm. A. Stryker, editor of th Democrat. Tulsa. Oklahoma, or to any bualneaa house la Cherryvale, Kansas, or the Montgomery County Nation al bank Cherryvale Kansas. Far further particular writ or wire THE UNCLE SAM OIL COMPANY Or H. H. TUCKER, JH, Xio'y, CHERRYVALE . . . KANSAS. deposit would be no more than th usual prlc of an option on such a piece of prop erty for th period of on month. The church bought th lot, 1:19x90 feet, for $13,000. Its purchase waa advocated by Rev. Harry Hill, then pastor, In th fao of much opposition on the part of th con ' gregatlon. Harrison Morton held their offer open un til today. RAZOR CUT PROVES FATAL Charles Kennedy Die a Reenlt af alrtdal Slaah of Hla Throat. Charles Kennedy of T&1 South Eleventh atreet, who attempted to tako his life Sun day evening by - cutting bis throat, died Tuesday morning at St. Joseph' hospital. Kennedy waa l year of age and uflered two yeara with an abaceaa In hla cheat. Tha funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon from the hum. Appendix Kept Irttay. Tuur appendix I kept busy warding oft tha danger of constipation. Help It with Dr. King's New Life I'lll. 26c. For awl by flueiman 4 McCcnall Drug C.