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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1906)
DIVIDEND, NO. 2, IS GUARANTEED
ON THIS STOCK DECEMBER 20.
1906 WHILE COMPANY MAY
Frirriac fires will h lighted under th great river entl-trust refinery en the tank
or navigation on Independence Day, Home time In August Refinery No. I will b
J . I "n4 t0J bu,l"M Tulsa. 1. T. Thli will rive the Vnole Pam Oil
t.cmpany of Kansas a rhaln of Tat Qra Baflnsrlea In operation. The capacity of
Atchlon M1 Tulsa Uncle Pam refineries will he doubled tip by October and
poMTbly Cherryvale. A larita parafln plant at Atchison and a lubricating plant at
Jleerrn'r-h-rrTr!'''!' af,jr !a,L' WBn" th fuM on burn'r business will be ban
rinnr..T wm1yV ' JLh F?T.S' tTom lh mn' ot rfln"1 Product, from these three
ai tT"nr!i.r VnT"l,2,.vl,V,nl nd quickly complete the reel of Cnele Ham's
. J 1V, r P1?" lmv miles of which la already secured and over do per cent
iSrEili '"" ,h fly mammoth pumping stations with which to pump the oil thla
134 miles towards navlgstlon ara 10 par cent completed.
Remittances for stock rfd oil for the four weeks ending June 28d total over Ona
Hundred aad Sis Thousand Dollars UIQA.OOO).
Another big oiler was secured on l'ncle Kern Kleven Hundred Acre tOt 42 lsst Sat
urday while the chances sre 100 to t of securing the main pool In No. is. where the
drillers are nearly down and going dpeper ever minute, l'ncle Sam owns snd operates
fear complete drilling rigs; does drilling st cost snd may stsrt six more drill soon
and expecte to have a production of close to Two Thousand barrels per day from l'n
cle Pam owned wells In a few months. Kvery barrel of this oil when fully refined
brings from $4.80 to $5 SO per barrel. If you don't think we already have a great pro
duction and are In territory that Is producing the greatest oilers In the West, come
down to the oil fields and the mensgement of this company will take pleasure In show
ing you that l'ncle Ssm bss the goods In sight. Two thousand barrels at even $4.00
per barrel would mean $8,000.00 per day Income for l'ncle Sam.
Vnder the flag of "Justice to both producer and consumer," this giant Independent
enterprise Is banding together an srmy of loyal stockholders, representing every state
In the I'nlon. and from foreign lands, and tt la Just simply bnlldlng so strong that it
will not only secure, but maintain, the oil trsde of the' Central West. l-'rom the
Arkansas rlrer to the Missouri It Is completing strongholds on every hand until In less
thsn one yesr from this dste you can depend on at least 100 more distributing stations
In that msny more Important trade centers of Kansas, Ok Is home. Nebraska. Colorado,
Iowa. Missouri, Illinois. Arkansas and Northern Texas, and In three yesrs' lime. Judg
ing from the great success alreedv achieved, there Is not one single ssne rcanon why
l'ncle Sam "Pur Ksnsns Anti-Trust OU" will not he going Into the homes of the
hlgger part of the I'nlted States, for the public In general despise the overhesrlng
methods of the criminal trusts, and cheering words snd strong financial assistance ara
coining to Vncle Sam from every part of the compass.
tiie omaha daily bee: Tuesday, july 3. lm
nil)) L' S
F'ov4in Ahead bjr Day end by Night
With Vim and Determination
that Known no Equal
It will b but a matter of a few weeks
now until Vncle Ram's oil wsgons will be
(strolling the balance of Kansas and then
will reach out to neighboring states.
Keeping iU Pri mines, Making Good at
Any Ilend of the Road.
Several months ago a dividend was
promised to every shareholder In this
company June to. It has been declared
according to iroml and a force of clerks
is now ntieiiy preparing same for the
mails. If Tncle 8am refinery. No. 1 at
Cherryvale has been able to pay this dlv
idend, what do you suppose Vnole Bam
stock, will earn with the capacity Increased
Keeping it Promise, Making Good at
There ara close to eight thousand Uncle
FSam stockholders, while Vncle Sam sym
pathisers run Into the millions. Thmnanrt.
of these stockholders and their friends will
Invest from Stt, $fio. DOo to M.one In Vncle
I Ham stock now that the stock Is on a dlv-
Idend-tmylng basis. - There Is only a small
per e-r of the stock yet to sell, but with
the slock now allotted from the treasury
on gilt edged Installment payments and
the bejulic of the stock sold, will give
I nele dam when all Is sold and paid for
over h, quarter of a million dollars yet.
One hundred more distributing stations
wlt what big Independent Individual deal
er we can secure will handle the output
fit the big river refinery when Increased to
V&O barrels per day; also Vncle 8am re
i finery No. 2 at Tulta when It Is completed
' and up ta .M barrel capacity dally. To
I he absolutely Independent L'ncle Sam mtist
have the main trunk rlvsr pipe line com
pleted: however, the amount of money that
will be secured from the sale of the bal
ance of the stocK and for the payups on
Mock now allotted will put In this One
Hundred distributing stations and' Increase
both big tanneries No. 2 and No. 3 as
. above mentioned, and also build
' Lubricating riant at Tulsa, Oklahoma.
With a cspaclty to handle the output of
a 1,2110 barrel plant and also furnish suf
ficient money to build
Paraffin, riant at Atchison.
With a capacity to handle the output
of a l.joo barrel rapacity plant and also
furnish sufficient money to somplcte the
Main Trunk River ripe Line to the
, Kanaaa River.
When a a rub. If necessary t'nele Ham
can barge oil down this river by Kansas
. I'itjr, then up tha Missouri to the big re
finery at Atchison. W mention these very
important facte so as to prove thst l'ncle
Bam when the stock Is all sold can easily
complete the last few miles of tha main
trunk pip Una..
Total Males Cannot Run Much I'nder
910,000 Per Day.
Now bV the time six months mora rolls
' around you will see the l'ncle Sam Oil
Company, of Kansas, handling at least
t"v0. barrels crude oil per day. Now we are
going no do this and furthermore will
manufacture all tha IMPORTANT BY
PKOIU'CTS and Just aa sure as you are a
foot high tho total sales on this amount of
oil win run precious little under ($10,000)
ten thousand dollars per dsy. Just figure
what this will amount to in a year and
then anli yourself if yotl ara treating your
elf and thoae who ire dependent on you
right if you fall ,o secur soma of this
fortune making stock.
Vncle Nam Can Place Your Money
Where It Will More Than Treble.
In the net year. We must have more
capital to complete the final work of this
great enterprise. We want to raise the
money quick and crowd the great work
to completion. That Is tha reason the com-
, I'Hny offers you stock at the same price
that thousands have paid. Where can you
find another stock In the ' I'nlted States
where a stock lies been selling for months
for one price and where the development
Iihs been so great and the assets so largely
Over $323,000 Hubacrlbed at the Same
Price Offered Von.
This company wants every marf who Joins
our bands to make big money on the In
vestment. This we know will be the re
sult If you ore lucky enough to secure part
of the stock. We try to show you herein
where results are Kolng to be secured. We
hsve been operating o;.e iretlnery for over
HITCHCOCK PUTS OUT SLATE
Slaps Dfthlman with One band and Peta
Him' with the Other.
SELECTS HIS DELEGATES ON THE QUIET
la 111 Paper Conaresslaal-saatorlal
andldate Proclaim Peace aad
Is Dirk Corner Wts His
"Hitchcock must take th democrats of
this county, for A pack of Idiots, to he de
ceived by his crude tactics." said a demo
crat who has been ln th lead in local af
fairs for some time. - "It publishes In his
paper the entire list of democratic candi
date for state convention delegates and
ou of his goody-goody, harangues to pre
tend he Is supporting all democrats and not
fighting Dahlinan. On the other hand thu
regular Hitchcock delegation Is enlisted on
a primed card which he has sent out
Hitchcock's ami Dahlman state primary
lets appeared Monday morning and ac
companying it was a crew of Hitchcock's
henchmen and disappointed office seekers
urging democrats to vote It Tuesday, but
nbove everything else to put the kibosh on
the mayor and his appointees. The names
of the mayor and the city hall crowd, of
course, wrs left eft, together with some
oth'-rs, about .twenty-five names on the
Dahlman ticket being dropped and ss many
new ones substituted, Including that of the
ou-ln-lsw congressional-senatorial candi
This hit of literature .was produced by a
meeting of th antl-Dahlmanltes at the
Jacksonlan cluB Sunday afternoon.
Men Whs At Dropped Oat.
The delegates dropped on th antl sched
ule are as follows: Mayor Dahlman, John
A. Rlne, 8. J. Potter, Street Commissioner
Flynn, 8. C. Rothwell. City Hall Buperln-
Tooth Talk No. 44
Thar ar people; whose teeth
are) not In the leaat sensitive, and
who do not mind having them
filled. But. on the other hand,
there are people whose teeth are
very, tery sensitive, and they dis
like having them filled, for obvi
I have, up here in my office, a
wav cf filling and crowning sen
sitive teeth without hurUng. I .
take a good deal of pleasure from
the fact that I do not hurt my pa
tients. Incidentally, the patients
are also pleased no one care to
be hurt unnecessarily.
I make a specialty of Crown
1 wish people from out of town
would 'phone or write before call
ing. DR. FXCKKS, Dentist. SStl Dee BIdg.
'Phone Douglas It 7.
Several months sgo the Committee of Forty of Atchison, Kas.. representing the business men and
the people of Atchison, secured a (38) thlrty-elg ht-acre farm and made other concessions equ.il to
about ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to The l'ncle Sam Company. The above drawing Is taken from
real life and Is Just as you will find tho main plant of Vncle Ssm Refinery No. 2 on the banks of navi
gation bv Atchison, Kas., If you will go there on July 4 or any time thereafter. This refinery will
start with a capacity of six hundred barrels eviry day. Foundation work Is now commejiced to In
eight months and know the profits that
ran be made. Practical men are at the
head of every department. We can drill
the oil wells, pipe the oil, refine the oil snd
sell the oil even cheaper and lots easier
than the trust, for the people In general
are In sympathy and huy l'ncle Sam oil
In preference to the trust's. Millions of dol
lars can be made honestly In the oil busi
ness. No need to go money nmd like the
criminal trusts, but enough can be made
and treat everybody right.
A Hquare leal Is All the Independent
Refineries Kver Needed.
And that they are entitled to anywhere
under the stars and stripes. And from the
way "things are happening" rather looks
like the trust with all its old time arro
gance and dirty millions would be forced
to be decent HKe any common criminal.
In the past they have sapped the life blood j
out of compltttion by secret rebates, but
It begins to look a little dangerous now
and (he fact that the main head of the
trust has found the climate exceedingly at
tractive In France of late and the govern
ment giving notice of prosecution of both
tha oil trust and railroad allies, all point
that something is going to be doing In the
near future. The facts are, the signs of the
times are right Just now regardless of the
fact that a few railroad grafters In Kan
sas ara trying to do some dirty work, but
even If thev should win temporarily they
will be wiped off the face of the earth In
a ahort time anyhow, for tha days of the
square deal have come to stay and you
need not be afraid to Invest In the Inde
pendent oil refining business, for the fu
ture Is bright for this industry, besides.
Vncle 8am has men and money enough to
protect your Interests.
$40,000 Dividend Xo. 2, Guaranteed
December 20 and May Pay
"This comapny started out over a year ago
to build one refinery at Cherryvale and It
Ites done so. Also to build Refinery No. 2
on the banks of navigation and has made
good on this, and also to build Refinery
No. 3 In central Oklahoma, and has the.
tendent Rowdenl Councilrnen Bedford and'
Jackson, Inspector Waggoner, Boiler in
spector AVnlfe, George Rogers, who was
Dahlmsn's personal campaign manager; A.
A. Arter, B. Arinn Lewis, W. 8. Shoemaker,
C. O. Cunningham, Ed Howell, J. J. Monks,
Assistant Health Commissioner Jensen,
WUllam Butt, Robert Hall and H. C. Rich
mond, II. B. Flehnrty und Mayor Tom Hoc
tor of' South Omaha.
There are twenty-six new names on the
sntls' state, but one of these replaces Andy
Gallagher, who withdrew from all partici
pation in the contest. The substitutes are:
l.ysle Abbott, E. M. Bonce, Honry Bull,
City Clerk Butler, C. JI Cannan, John F.
Cosd, John J. Conlon, Dominic Cosgrove,
George M. DeBolt, Councilman Elsa&ser,
th-. T. W. Kaulk, Ell Garrett. T. B.
Hatcher, P. C. Ilea fey, Oldrlch Jelen,
James Kotera, V. W. M'jCombs,' C. B.
Montgomery, V. L. Nichols. P. J. O'Con
nor, John J. Ryan. Charles Segelke, J. H.
Blert, D. D. Sullivan, Dr. T. R. Ward and
Ther Is an obvious tendency on the part
of Hitchcock to keep his plans and ac
tions dark. MeCombs, who was secretary
of the democratic committee and lost out
In the assignment of city hall pie, denied
knowledge of any antl-Dahlman slate,
though he was a busy man on the street
corners and attended the Jacksonlan club
conference Sunday afternoon.
A good-slsed bunch of would-be dele
gates Is not on either slate and these are
contemplating the agreeable sensation of
being crushed between the upper and lower
millstones. They are sore st both dominant
factions and are talking about forming a
faction of their own. But If the antl
Dahlman crowd accomplishes nothing else
It will be satisfied If It keeps his honor
out of the state convention.
To Correct a False Report.
Th report being circulated that Haydeti
Bros, are using the depositors' money in
their business Is absolutely untrue.
Th deposits ln Hayden Bros.' bank are.
loaned on the best and most available se
curity for the safety of the depositors.
Not only that, but Hayden Bros.' bank
has mora solid wealth and cash resource
for Its liabilities than any other bank we
know of, either In this state or elsewhere.
Ther Is no mortgage or incumbrance of
any kind on Hayden Bros.' property; It is
all clear to strengthen and support th
bank assets in case of panic or adverse
conditions of any kind. It might be well
te think of these facts when making your
Hayden Bros.' bank will pay 4 per cent
Interest from July 1 on all deposits mads
before July 16; no notlc required to with
draw your money.
- HATDEN BROS.. BANKERS.
Very Law Hates Twesday.
Every Tuesday, balanc of tt,s year, th
Chicag Great Western railroad will sc.
bomeeeskrrs' tickets ta Minnesota, Norta
Dakota and Caoadiaa northwest at about
bait ret; te other territory first aad third
Tuesdays. Writ U. U. Churchill. Q. A,
1611 Farnam street. Btat nuanbar la party
and when going.
Mar Room for Jarles.
With a view to Improving th conditions
of th Jury rooms at the court hous tha
district Judges Inspected th attic of LUe
same about one-half provided for and built,
and to also build a main trunk pipe line,
from the Kansas oil fields to navigation.
It has since secured j sixty-six miles on
the south that was not promised on the
start, so has built nnd secured 1X5 miles of
main trunk pipe line out of ITS miles prom
ised In our llrst advertisements. Now Is
this not a record to point to with pride?
Does It not slve the lie to the bribed news
paper blackmailing press agents and other I
trust hirelings wno nave neen KnocKing on
Vncle Sam from the start, because they
fullv realized that In this great enterprise
backed bv the common people meant the .
I finish for their criminal masters on West- i drills move west on mis large 4J proper
I ern soil. Now when this company guarsn- j ty. Bigger results are certain to be found,
I tees Dividend No. 2 to be not less than $V
I nio nnil nossllilv a Brest deal more, vou
jean almost depend on l'ncle Sam paying
considerable more than guaranteed.
l nele Sam stock will not only pay a big
dlvldi nd December 20. 1!W. hut will con- ! s
tlnue to pay Increased dividends semi-annually.
Now we have kept our promises
In the past. One success genernlly follows
another and certainly you must admit that
Vncle Sam stock has Justly earned meri
torious consideration, and don't you think
It would be a good plan for you to Invest
$S00 to $2,000 befoie others have the stock
you want, for you can bet with the record
made by l'ncle Sam that greater results
will be achieved and thousands of Investors
are going to get a hurry tin move on them
selves and secure part of this stock right
now, for dividends and developments are
what count with the average Investor and
Vncle Sam Is In communication with tens
of thousands of them.
Four Drills Operating Day and Mglit.
l'ncle Sam Company owns four complete I '"e management of the company are
drilling rigs. One of these drills Is kept i Kansana working with might and main to
busy at work In the Cherryvale Held, while '""ld l an enterprise that can protect our
three of them are now plugging towards!"0"1' oU ."e'f" alld alH(1 ' ",'"' of "ur
the oil nool dentha in eleven hundred nere. ' neighbors In Kansas and Oklahoma. The
lot 43 where '
Another (ireat Oiler Was Completed
Thus by development this l'ncle Sam
I Company is hourly increasing the assets
back of this stock. The big well completed
building Monday afternoon. At present all
of the Jury rooms are In the basement,
but they are smnll and not very well venti
lated. The Judges are thinking of recom
mending to the commissioners that a room
or two be partitioned off in the attic, be
lieving tnese rooms would be belter than
the ones in the basement.
HEW HOMES ia THE WEST.
Shoahoa Reservation to B Opened
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RT
Announces Round-Trip Excursion Rates
from Alf Points July 13 to 28.
Less than on tar for th round trip
to Shoshonl, Wyo., th reservation border
Th only all-rail rout to the reservation
Dates of registration July IS to 3 at
Bhoshonl and Lander. Reacnea only by
Writ for pamphlets telling how to take
up on of these attractive homesteads.
Information, maps and pamphlets free on
request at City Office, 1401-8 Farnam St.
or address 8. F. Miller, A. Q. F. & T. a!!
1201 Farnam St., Omaha, Nb.
On July 6 ana 27, to Chautauqua Lake.
N. T., and return at Jit, good 3o days; and
dally June 1 until September 30, at 20, via
ERIE RAILROAD from Chlcaga; stop
overs also permitted on all tickets to New
Tork, Boston, Niagara Falls, etc. Apply to
your local ticket agent or J. A. Dolan. T.
P. A., 6C6 Railway Exchange, Chicago, ui
Via Chicago, Mllwaakee St.
Round Trip from Omaha.
$6.20. on sale Friday or Saturday, good
$8.00, on sal daily, return limit SO days.
$36. on sal dally, return limit Oct. Hist.
An ideal spot to soend a
tlon. Write for OkoboJI folder.
F. A. NASH, Qen'l Western Agent.
' 1524 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Pleasant Ways for Sammer Dart,
Grand " Trunk-Lehlsh Yallev
Track Route, Chicago to New Tork via
Niagara Falls; Grand Trung-Central Vermont-Boston
Main Rout from Chicago
to Boston and th Grand Trunk Rfliiv
System to Montreal, Quebec and Portland
aouoie traca rrom Chicago to Montreal.
Fare, descrlptlv literature, etc., will t
mailed on application to Geo. W. Vaux,
A. O. P. ft T. A.. 136 Adams St., Chicago. '
Flan Hoad Files Haaae Suit.
The Illinois Central has filed a suit in
the I nlted States circuit court asking thst
the several ticket brokers' associations be
restrained from selling or buying tickets
over lis lines to and from Omaha. The suit
Is identical with that recentlv filed by the
I nlon Pacldc and other railroads aak:ii
the same resttalnlng order, and which ha
betn granted by Judge Munger.
FOFI OVER SIXTY YEARS.
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
MRS. WINSLOW't BOOTHINQ 9VB)lje
station um4 for over tI?TT VFAhs bi Mil I Ion
of WOl HLW,Uiirl'HlLlAfct( WH11 i! Tit tit
tii vurid. R sure sua sS for w
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
AND Tsk B HO OTHF.lt I1N B.
Ssentj-fit leau a tU,
ACCORDING TO PROMISES.
last Saturday was No. 15 on this lot 43
I property, and drillers are now at work on
Nos. M and 17 and IS. Figure for yourself
what this means. Well No. 14 Is conceded
bv oil men to be one of the very largest
oners in tne .-sonnern usage country, no
three more wells are. being drilled at near
by locations. These drills are going nearer
the oil even while you sleep, as a double
shift of men work on these drills and the
work goes on night the stune as day
r i f viml tho M.iln l'.u.l
tiolng to f iml the Main 1 ool.
For several locations the oil wells hsve
heen developing stronger as the l'ncle Sam
"d with three
iree drills hammering away! '.
ertainly gives proof that It is
I nele Warn certainly gives prot
capable of drilling In the wells and may
(strike the main pool at any locution. Bet-
ter get in line now ior inese arms win
trike it big one of these days, for thes- !
drills will be keDt aoina and Doaeiblv three
to six more started soon.
Has Room for Thousands of Oil Wells.
Vncle Sam Company hns hedged from
the very start and owns or coniiolls over
thirty thousand acres Oil rights, some of 1
which are the best yet discovered In the
Kansas-Territory oil , fields. By putting
drills at work l'ncle Sam can build up to
a production of over 5,0jo barrels per day.
Pipe Line Will Extend Through an Oil
Field Over. 100 Miles.
This company was forced Into existence
011 nccount of the opiircsDr oil trust boy
cotlng and black listlHg" certain large In
dependent producing properties at Cherry-
vale along with other Kansas shut downs,
management now is the same as at the be
? KIIIIUIIH. 1 lie UUI KOMIU IB villi III
traces and encouraged by past successes
are striving harder than ever to build up
to where they can relieve the greater part
eneve ine greater part!
noma oil fields. Tho
ne will extend w hen
n oil district for over
or tne Kansas-OKiannma
main trunk pipe II
BUILDING iAIN KEEPS UP
Omaha'a Eeoord for June is Third Greater
Tbaa Same Mouth Last Year.
OVER TWO MILLION IN LAST SIX MONTHS
Half Year' Figures Are Fifty Per
Cent Larger Than Those for Cor
responding? Period One
Omaha's splendid building record was well
maintained during June, the figures show
ing an Increase of 3:1 per cent over the
same month lust year, according to the
showing compiled by Chief Clerk Grottc of
the building department. Inning the thirty
days Just ended 127 permits were Issued,
calling for construction estimated to cost
$3ii?.6:'5, as opposed to nluety-six permits for
$27". W) worth of work In June, 1!5, the
Increase amounting to !2,fi6.
For the first six months of is,! the con
struction authorized ln Omaha was $2,170,0i6
in estimated value, against 11,479,639 for
the same period last year, a gain of p?M.V4,
or about 60 per cent.
"This showing is all the more satisfactory
because only one permit of any size was
issued during June," said Building In
spector Withnell. "The permit referred to
was for the Wise Memorial hospital at
Twenty-fourth and St. Mary's avenue, the
first part of which "will cost tw,000. other
permits calling for expenditures of I10.W0
or over were for the store building at 140S-12
Hsrney street, $Ujn; P. K. Hers brick
kiln at Second snd Hickory streets. IM.cjy;
addition to Convent of the tww4 Ahenherri
! at Fortieth and Jackson streets. 15.0n0:
Lowe Avenue church at Fortieth and Nich
olas. $16,0u0, nd the First Reformed church,
July opened with these permits: G. W.
Kurs, I7.S00 frame dwelling at Thirty-eighth
and Lafayette avenue; A. 8. Oraymann.
$1,700 frame dwelling at Forty-fifth and
Seward; G. C. Porter, J700.
SUPPOSED DEAD MAN IS ALIVE
Melchoir I.ela of Omaha Opens Eyes
to Grent Mistake After
After supposing his brother dead for
forty years. Melrhlor I.eis, 1941 Biuth Twen
tieth street, a real estate dealer and well
known resident of Omaha, hss discovered
his brother Is living at Tales Center. Wood
son county, Kantas. and drawing a pension
from the government. Mr. Lets had not
seen his brother Martin for half a century
and not heard from him for ten years lens.
It occurred to him not long ago that as
Martin had served with the union army
ln th civil war the government might have
som record of him. H Invoked th aid
of Congressman Kennedy, through the lat
ter law partner, M. U Learned, and In
a tt w days correspondence wss receded
from Wsshington giving th fsct.
Mr. Mtlchlor was se pleased wit a th
crease it to 1,200 barrels daily. When yc.u buy tncle Sam stock you can depend on l'ncle Sam malt
ing good all promlees. Oil trust knockers said this refinery would never be built, while a certain
cheap "would be Republican" dally published at Topeka which vfllfles and lies about everybody who
docs not wear an oil trust-railroad collar, still maliciously states It Is not built. Stockholders and
proepertlve Investors are solicited to come and see this refinery. Exactly the SHme refinery Is being
duplicated at Tulea, I. T., where, as before stated. Uncle Bam Company is building Vncla Sam Re
finery No. 3, according to promises.
150 miles. A railroad Is considered good
property when It runs through a territory
that Is rich with corn, wheat, cattle and
hogs, for It stands to reason that It will
haul this produce and live stock to mar
ket. Jt also stands to reason that the
l'ncle Sam pipe line extending for over
K0 miles through the oil fields Is (loing
to do a big business and you need not be
surDrlsed to see
X n.i In. la Sim I, na Parallel
the First one
Inside of two years. This great enterprise
Is on the up grade to success. It has
passed the doubtful stage If there ever
w:ih one In Its career and unless you wish
to spit in the face of opportunity you will
help yourself and a good cause, too, by
joining our oaims looay wnii an iov hiwhtjp
vou fan snare for .0
tor io cent reunery mum
it makes no difference where you live.
Is Canada. Mexico, t aniornia,
Florida, in the Central Vnlted
States or whether you Invest $10 for 50
shares or $&,W0 for 30,000 shares, you are
welcome to Join our band and halp make
the l'ncle Sam Oil
Company the biggest
winner of the century.
Should Huild I'p to 18,000
And stock will consequently Increase ac
cordingly. It takes time to complete any
great undertaking; however, the gait that
l'ncle Sam will travel In the future wa
think will satisfy all. You can build re
fineries and pipe lines very last wnen you
have the money. It a very few months
the income from oil sales after paying In
creased dividends will soon push the work
along with a vim. and the time I nele Bam 1
can Increase to a larger refining capacity .
and we expect in three years to see it past
nousand barrels daily and In time up j , rl . of th,m btlnK 150, $100 or . solder payable to "Th Vncl Sam Oil Com
:hteen thousund barrels dally. Retter ! "' J" ... ., na- convinced winv.' 'or H H. Tucker. Jr., secretary.
Hi fiK: irru iiriic.iiv. .,.,
follow the example of thousands of other
u'l.. investors and secure at least
shares at $100. the present selling price.
Men and Teams Are Crowding Pipe
l ino Work.
At this wi lting seven tesms are hung
out pipe line along urv';.. bp'w'11 bl,
wells at Lot 43. Osage and Cheimale. If
news that tears came to his eyes and he
asked for a map of Kansas to determine
Just where Martin had lived In the same
part of the country for years without his
knowing it. He announced he would mbii
Yates Center shortly, opening a correspond
ence with tho long lost brother.
The war records showed that Martin Leis,
born at I'ntergror.tbach, Baden, Germany,
had served throughout the war as a pri
vate in Company H of the Fifty-slsin Now
York Infantry, was honorably discharged
at the close of the conflict and lias bean
drawing his pension for a long time.
The Very Best Remedy lor Hon el
Mr. M. F. Boiroughs, an old and well
known resident of Bluffton. Ind., ssys; '1
reuard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy
for bowel trouble. I mske this statement
after having need the remedy In my fsmll
for several years. 1 am never without 11.
Fishing nnd Camping- Hates to Mndt.
on Lake, Watervlll and Etyslan,
Minn., Via Chicago Great
For parties of ten or more, one far and
one-third for the round trip, good for tsn
days. Tickets on sale daily until Sep
tember 0. For further Information apply
to 1L II. Churchill, G. A., 1512 Farnam St.
Th On Wo Celebrate.
Usual holtdsy excursion tickets will bs
on sal via Missouri Pacific Ry. Ticket of
fices S. E. Corner 16th and Farnam, or
Repairs to City Hall Floor.
After a long period of neglect Mayor
Dahlman and Councilman Bridges have
succeeded ln having started the work of
repairing th city hall floors, which are in
A RIew 'Onttng Silt
You More Comfortable on "The Fourth ol July."
We have a new shipment of stylish, comfortable Outing Suits for men. We want you to
see these new lines. These suits will not bo sold for what they are worth, but at a decided
money saving to you. If you ride on the economical wagon, you might look at these:
Outing ft Outing C 1 H Outing C 1 Blue rgea at
Suits at CpO Suits at vjuUbuitsat $14 $10, $13.50, $18.
you don't think l'ncle Sam's men ara push
ing the work ail along the line, come down
and see for yourself.
Importance of the Bartlesvllle Pipo
In about sixty days Uncle Sam will have
135 miles of pips line completed with F1VK
j big pumping stations pushing the oil
lowaras tne riTer reiiiieij', wiiem uvui mo
north end of the comuletea pipe una t ncie
, a ....... . .. 1. Hn mt " . . n . small at mnii
0aiii v:d 1 1 mini vi a . y
to the river refinery.
Wil Koon Have Tweuty-Reven Tank
Vncle Sam now has in actva serves fif
teen tank cars that belong to Vncls Bam
exclusvely, and has been able to secure
two more from the railroad with a prom
ise of six more, and have purchased nine
more for Immediate delivery, making a
total that will soon be In the service of
thirty-two (32) tank cars. Don't wait until
Vncle Sam has a hundred tank cars deliver
ing oil and barges on the Missouri deliver
ing tr all th hi cities alunc tha water
ifront9 an(j to a foreign trade, but secure
stock now before It Is all sold or greauy
Remittances -Breaking All Records
Balance of Htock Will Boon
During the four weeks ending Saturday,
June 23. remittances for oil and stock
totaled over One hundred ana six tnousana
($10;.000 dollars, s can be proven by the
bank books on tha different deposltorloa tor
Uncle Sam. Now, where else can you In
vest vour money for a stock that is In
. n(J of a demand? Furthermore thee
renilUlinoe, have come from all over tho
"uritry ln amounts from $10 to $2,000, tha
ij . lnv,tjratlons of th msny. The I
" . . , I I 1 Ul . .. , .
maloritv of these Investors win aouoi ana
treble their holdings ss tho arms oring
m the bl ollPr on lot 43. and as the work
ion pipe line ana renner.e prrr.
twtnrt It 1
; Don .1 It 1
i PnPrtVrs w
tsnd to reason that this com-
ked by Its tnousanas 01 stocs
ho are not only Investing for
bad shape, especially on the lower story.
Men have been hired to do the Job and be.
gan operations Monday. In response to
numerous requests It is probable that the
hall will be given the thorough overhauling
that it needs before long.
STAR WITNESS IS ""MISSING
Woman Who Wa to Testify for
Stat tn Mnrphy, Brlggs
Owing to the fsct that Mrs. George
Beck, the principal witness for th state,
cannot be found the cas against Henry
Murphy and Chief Brlggs of South Omah.i
probably will not be tried at this term of
court. County Attorney Slabaugh has
told Chief Brlggs that if he will local
Mrs. Beck, who Is th principal witness
for the state he will go to trial at onefc.
Chief Brlggs has telephoned th authori
ties In surrounding towns, but has not
been able to get trace of her. Sh was
last seen leaving Nebraska City Irt a
wagon, but reports conflict as to wher
she was bound for. The present Jury
panel will be discharged the latter part of
this week and no other panel will be
called this term. Consequently criminal
trials that are not had this week will
have to wait until the fall term of oourt.
Bee Want Ads sre the dependable seeds
A Kew Train tor Fort Dodge.
Th Chicago Great Western railway Is
now running a trsln leaving Omaha Union
station at 3:tt p. m.. Council Bluffs St i.M
p. m., arriving at Fort Dodge at 7:56 p.
m. An excellent train for Minden, Harlan,
Manning, Carroll, Lohrvllle, Bomers. Fort
Dodge and Intermediate stations. For full
Information apply to H. H. Churchill, Gen
eral Agent, 161 Farnam St., Omaha.
themselves, but are securing thrlr friends
to do likewise, will soon be able to place,
the balance of the stork and complete tha
'idcgraiii Will lie Ticking Order
Remittances Will lie Pouring In.
We don't want to try and scare any
one Into acting hastily about buying this
stock, but we do know that from the rec
ord of the past that you onnnot get your
order In any loo quick. The stock Is easily
worth a half dollar per share right now
and may be Advanced any dav. The ma
jority of Influential and leading newspapers
In the l nlted states sre .very rrlrtidiy to
the success of l'ncle Ssm and by very low
advertising rates th's company Is sble to
reach millions of people, and this sn
nouncement will appear In tha leading
papers of the land and hundreds will b
telegrsphlng their orders for stock while
you ate hesitating what to do.
Price of Htock.
. .$ IO J.000
.. 2i .(
.. 60 4.011)
.. KXi 6,000
..$ 4 m
Monthly Payment Offer.
From tha start Vncla 8am Company
has made It possible for men of limited
means to Join the company, and In addl
tlt n to offering treasury stock at th
above mentioned Cash price, will sell on
monthly payments as foll
$ l Voeaclt
15 no eaon
2 00 cash
7 60 cash
J6 00 cash
0.00 rash SO 00 each
SO.OD cash 90. On each
160.00 cash 160. on each
600.00 cash 400.00 each
Write or Wire for Particulars and
This company has Just what It adver
tises. In th different departments, at
th refinery, on the pipe line. In th oil
fields and at th different distributing sta
tions over on hundred men are crowd
ing th greet work of the company on to
success. W hav about eighty pictures
taken from real life In the different de
partments, showing part of th greet
work; also more complete reports. We
will be glad to mail them to any Invest
or In the Vnlted States or any foreign
country, and any other lniormanon at
sired. W stand ready to prove any staie
ment made herein and solicit your Invest
ment In this stock ln good faith and we
will see that you. will get a square deal
In fact as well aa'in words. The company
will not sell over thirty thousand shares
to any one man, and reserves th right to
reject any offer by returning the remit
tance. Would rather have five men sub
scribe $200 each than on man $l.ono, for this
company I a common man's organisation
and wants as large a number of stock
holders among the middle class as posalbU.
Charter name, of this company Is "The
Vncle Sam Oil Company"; authorised
capitalisation IS ten million shares; par
value, $1 each. The stock Is nonassess
able and there is no personal liability and
each shar of this stock draws the same
amount of dividends as any other shar.
James Ingersoll Is president. J. H. Ritchie,
vice president, and II. H. Tucker. Jr.. sec
retary and- treasurer. These officers con
stitute the board of directors. Referenofs.
Mr Walker, president Atchison Savings
bank (oldest state bank In Kansss), Atch
ison. Kas.; T. R. Clendenln, president com
mittee of forty, Atchison, Kas.; William
Stryker. editor Tulsa Democrat, Tulsa, I.
T., Montgomery County National Bsnk,
Peoples National bank, Cherryvale "tat
bank, all of Cherryvale. Kas. Also Brad
street or Dun agencies.
How to Bend Money.
Make all draft. . checks or money or-
and your stock will he sent promptly b
1 return registered man
THE UNCLE SAM OIL CO.
or H. H. Tucker, Jr. , Sec, Cherryvale, tai
ONE OF THE BEST MEETINGS
Encampment at Fort D. A. Rossell
to B Mad a Notable
Adjutant General P. A. Gatchll of
Wyo., Is in the city conferring with the
officials at army headquarters relative to
the approaching encampment to b hell
on the Fort D. A. Russell military reser
vation. In which the mllltla organizations
of North and South Dakota, Utah and
W yoming will participate.
"We sre looking for on of th best
outings for the mllllsry ever held In th
northwest. Colorado will not Join us this
yesr for some reason, but with the reg
ular troops stationed at th military
peats In the several states Included In
the camp of concentration we are looking
for s great time. Th reservation Is lo
estd st the head of Crow Creek, thirty
five miles northwest of Fort Russell and
Is lti the vicinity of historical ground.
General Consts.nl Williams will he ln com
mand of the camp and w figure on about
1,000 men or possibly mora participating
In th encampment, which will continue
from August 1 to 2(."
General Gatchell Is a veteran of th
civil wsr, being a member of the First
Maine artillery which rendered valiant
service ln the Potomac army from 181
to 18(6, and enjoys the record of being
on of the famous fighting regiments of
Excursions oa th Fonrtk.
The Milwaukee will bring three standard
Pullmans with seventy-rlve tourists to
Omaha July 4, when they will be turned
over to th Union Pacific for California.
The Wabash will run two special trains
from Omaha and Council Bluffs July 4. tha
occsslon being the meeting of the Iowa
Slate Firemen s association at Shenandoah.
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