The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1913 Page: 2 of 18
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X7t;ro VH!ir G!c:3
TMnk of the tMro -;
you meat eajoy In .
wmmt time fhlMi .
of all tne thing that
are moat enjoyable In .
winter put them all
nave eesse Idee sf the
Cleaanraa which The...
let prtnga af Arkan
. ass boMe out te tha
- . A--i- winter vleltor. .
Sonny skies mild clime te and eleer mountain air make the outdoor
r sorest! owe of Tha Mot springe a aajeyabla In wlntee aa In sum-
aw The felf osuess at In was an winter tows and teem I a beree-
sack rMlng. mountain eUmbiag and other outdoor recreatlene are
equally popular. t T . -v. ...
HOT SPRINGS AnKAHSAS
ma mere popular than any of tha oreat lureneen pleasure
and bathe. Peeaie trem all ever the world ge there and
the awiioaiihoce of tha magnificent hotoie and taahlonabla aroma
nadee la decidedly eeemaaolltan . Danclna theater all the gala.
tiea and aeelal plsssuras of a large city may be enjoyed. No matter
wnet rwr Rnna paeumst ncnMngn or amusement you can
enjoy ft t Hot prtnga. .
A HtMttbtul Rest .
The Hot Springe of Arssaaas wee famous
aa a health reeort before It became . e
aaMonable o4eaeure ground. The fatty-
eight springs of hot water pesssss wen.
derfiri curative propertlea Tboueanda of
people go there yearly to find health and
to root. It la the- preateet natural sana-
torlum In tha world.
Tlcketa' an tale
Dally. Ooed Three
Mentha for Return.
Ticket Office) 217 Mam.
Mlltsa U Mem. D.P.4T.A. Law.
and A. 12M.
and Louie Grune.
Evening Slippers $3$4$5
The finishing touch of dress for the wo-
man who is always fashionably right We
have the distinction of carrying the fin-
est and most complete liqe in Houston
Any color pink white red blue gold
and black satin; French or Cnban heels
plain or beaded. Priced at
$3 $4 $5
rnrporain.n tat 'ow"r has yielded a
tii noifciiuorhood of t.00v.vO e yr. .
' The amount of thai tax .will amui'
brselyupn the etyle at Income tax lev.
iws. in i iaw proviaea lor a nat
t.s of I per rent on Inoomoa or or ttove.
Ihe Bailey bill authorised a t oer cent
tax aa Inoomoa ever ouOOO the blsheet t
of per aent of Inooatea oeer laeea. Tha
Cummins bill provided a greed tax oa In
cornea of over fl0e0. Maaaeuhusetts
viiwona nouta vwoum isortn -isre-Una
and Virginia are Ktatee now poe.
aeeeing Income tax systsms at varying
Oatee Back to the eixtiee. i :
Agitation over Inooma taxaa baa ex.
toted In tha United State alaca tha war
bet wean the States. - Tha civil war mees-
rag war allowed to aland among the
statutes without being stricken down by
th .courts largely on tbe ground of be.
nur emergency measures in livs a nerce
debate occurred In. Consresa over the
continuation of the income tax measures
Inherited from tha civil war. Senator
Sherman led the defense elalmlngth
tax was tbe "most Just and equitable tax
toviedl by tha United Statea.' The tax
expired by lta own limitations In 1IT1.
During -ejoasMemuon or uie tann in
lt3. the Inooma tax question again arose.
President Cleveland auggeetea aa in.
eome tax on the Income of corporations.
Representative McMillan if Tennessee In
troduoed the measure eventually adopted
; as an amendment to tha Wilson tariff
I bill. The author of the measure declared
that under the customs tariff the taxes
bad been plaoed oa what men need while
under tne income tax. u wouia oe piacea
more on what men hare and leas oa
what they need. ...
' . Fimeue Supreme Court Decision.
In tha Senate Benator Hill of New
York became tbe foremost loader of tbe
opposition to tha bill 'lie maintained that
Income taxes ware the necessary aeoom.
panlmeat of monarchist governmrnta. but
they are Juatly regarded aa odious and
I unnecessary In free republics." Senator
PHV4WMI "hm ivusm uf-nnnuon ui am
civil war Income tax now opposed the
meaaure. claiming such a tax ought to be
leviea or ine nutei ana not nv tne jrea.
oral Government. V
Toe measure ram quickly before the
Supreme Court of the United States which
rendered the famous decision holding the
law unconstitutional. Tbe decision was
given by the close vote of i to 4. The
court held that . the tax waa a "direct"
tax. and not be lne aDDortioned anane tha
States according to the census or enum.
oration as direct taxes were required to
do unoor in constitution was unoonstl-
Friends of the tax were it once divided
Into two groups. One advocated passing
uuiuvr unraii iu imw aeeiznea to nvr.
come the objection of the Bunrema four
and the other wanted to amend the oon-
stituuon. vsrloQa projects were put for.
wsi-a iran ume to ume nut It was not
until the present measure took form and
was carried throuah to final ratiflratlna
that any practical results were secured.
.Idbewe. . Aeto Mak
Sumo u Politloal Fewer ia
'- .Houston Writes' Concernbif .
Plaat Jsice. . 'r
There la no better known man In Hons
ton than Marshall Taakersley former
practitioner of law and at on time a
great political power In this country. Me
was formerly a member of the Legislature)
anu no ana nis parents wars among uie
pioneers of toll city. Mr. Tankeraley
Uriel have been af.
.flirted with asthma anS oatarrh af the
atomach for tea years. I also bad a bad
cough which troubled ma in 'damp
weather and has been csttlns; steadily
ww twt Tear.
row oara ago wnen I wag
particularly depressed a friend
me to try Plant Juice and I decided ta
follow his advice. I hare finished one
bottle and am readv to beain on an.
other. It has acted on my liver and kid
neys and purified my blood In fine
HEN You InvcctYour Alohey ui Propirtyyou chcula
know .here are NO FLAWS or DEFECTS in your
CHAIN of TITUS for ; some clay you may want to sell
(The GUARANTEED' WAYw is the BETTER W-v It
means a good title and a yua(rah(ee to 'back
MINOR STEWART President V;;
OFFICES ARE ON FIFTH; FLO OR 0F STEWART BUILDING ;
shape. My cough la better and X aavi
r way ani
benefited in every
to continue tbe
"1(11 McKlnnew Avenue.
Plant Juice la tha areasat remedy of
tbe age for nervous debility and stomach
trouble and a corrective for deraagementa
or tne liver kidneys and blood for.
louenees nervousness sleeplessness.
appetite or a general rundown oondl
Mant Jules will give Immediate results.
Try it and see for yourself.
For sals at
5 PTEr.EST.PAI3 a
COMMONWKALTH TRUST Ca
' ft OUAWANTH LAND TITLH.
. W. I. RICHARDS SVMldsnt
P. P. PLKMINO Seo. and TrsaV
Iv Have Made No Offers as
Yelv Averred Wilson.
' and Cotton Factors
' W selic it yssV easiness -
isami t ma umm cuttir
Goremor Congrttnlated on. Selec-
tion of Joseph Patrick Tumulty .
as His Private Secretary ia
tie White House.
TgLPrggton S It? Mala)
KING MENELIK OF
Beports Keached London Successor
Prince Lidj Tram Entered Capi-
tal Sunday. With Great Pomp.
notice af the addition ef
Income tax amendment.
statss Which Ratmad. . r
Teljowing la toe Mat of States which
ratified the Income tax amendment: Ala-
baana.': Artanses Arlsona. California..
Ooloraao Delaware Georgia Idaho. Qli.
notaj Indiana. Iowa Kaasaa Kentucky.
JiaJna. Maryland aflrhlgmn. stinnesota.
Viaslaslral iUssouri Mpnt&sa Nevada-
New Torfc. North Carolina North Dakota
New; Mexico . Oklahoma Oregon South
lanritea. South . ; Dakota Tennessee.
Texas. Washington Wisconsin Wyoming
JLsjilaiana Ohio and Wast Virginia.
The foflowlng; rejected: Connecticst
Kew. Hampshire Rhode Island and Utah.
The provision auUiorixlnj; an Inooma tax
as now mads apart of the Federal Con.
atttntton will be known as the "Sixteenth
Amendment.'" and reads as follows! - .
ArtlcU It. Tbe Oongresa shall have
' to lay and collect taxes on iivram...
whatever source drlvrf - vithmtt
apportionment amnr the States. - aiut
ivswa is any census or saaaera.
The Changs In the fnndjunentsl law of
he land marks a new epoch in the Amerl
coa tax system; For the first time Cos-
arrens is given speciOe authority by a pro-
. vision of tha Federal Constitution to levy
aa Income tax. All prevtoua efforts for
tax af thla kind have been without tha
explicit authority of a Constitutional pro-
vision. The ehango also marks a broad
development of the economical and fiscal
system of the United Btatea permitting
Inesaaeo to to a besie for taxation similar
to tha systems now in force in Great Brit-
ain. Austria Switzerland. Spain and va
rtssss ether oountrtea.
New Source of Revenue.
. Ptobably tha most important aspect of
aa tneoans tax as now authorized by the
Constitution is that it adds a new source
of revenue for tha Government. At tha
present the two great sources of Govern-
rnent revenue are customs duties levied by
tariff acta on goods Imported from for-
eign countries: and Internal revenue taxes
on tobacco spirits oleomargarine and car-
tels other snides. Each of these sources
at present produces a MtOe lees than half
Si rTreBUM the Government
w-ei esVaa?1 Oovernment revenues
were S78C40eJ and . of this customs
duties yielded liltMt.ltt. while IntarnsJ
ylnir " 'rora sales of pobilo lands.
Jba corporation tax and various nSscsf
Unjous. sources. Under an Inoometsi
Jwwew. a new and far-reaching- searee
of revenue la provided for Ih. Oon.
meat and this wtu B tmBdori
amounu required from thethj? aiurceS
of rwreaus. customs and Internal rivini.
Jtto .t the lStVSt
'Ai1" "tary of Stat at Wash.
liS male. proclmatltm of tha.raUflea-
" First Step In 110
Tha flrst official step toward amend-
to tha Constitution so as to authorise
JPccmJ17 sn income tax wss taken br
Only a few days Ute on JuTy uS
message to Con-
a tax upon
rresiaent TSIt sent a
grsss. orglng the passage of
the doing of business by oorporatiaasw
measured by their income" . and the
submission to the States -of sit inooma
tax amendment to the Constitution.
Senator Brown of Nebraska tethered
the amendment final!)' adopted. As in-
troduced and sent' lo tha Finance Coui-
tteeCorigresa -was given power to lay
pottionment. When the amendment was
"P5'l out of committee by Senator
AMrtch. tha word 'direct' had been'
eHmineted. Tha words "from whatever
aanrce derived" were incorporated. These
words -caused sharp criticism before sev
ersi State Iegiiaturea - r
Denounced by Payne. x
In the Bouse the amendment waa re
ferred to the Ways and Cleans Commit
tee. One afternoon was given to debate
ugrawuun rayns. -tupublican floor
leader spoks In favor of siring the Oov-
ernment the power as a war measure
but danotmoed It as a peaoe measure by
saying that he beUsvsd "with tt lad tone
that It tends to make a nation of liars."
Representative Champ Clark championed
the amendment as making . accumulated
wealth pay its Just burden of . taxation.
It was eventually agreed o by the House
by a very large majority Tn which both
parties were represented.
The States were slow ta ratifying the
amendment. Alabama bad the honor of
being tha first and only State to approve
the change during ISO. Within less than
a month from the date of action by Con-
gress the Alabama Legislature had: voted
unanimously In favor of the amendment.'
In 1810 Georgia nilnois Kentucky
Maryland. Mississippi. Oklahoma. South
Carolina and Texas Toted to ratify the
amendment. In 111 Arkansas Califor
nia oioraoo. Idaho. Indiana. Iowa. Kan
aaa Maine. Michigan. Missouri. Mon
tana. Nebraska Nevada New . Tork.
North Carolina North Dakota. Ohio
Oregon Tennessee South Dakota. Wash
tngton and Wiaeonsia gave their approval.
Ia 1311 Arlsona Louisiana and Minne-
sota voted for ratification. Thus St
States had acted aJSnnatively oa the
prmpssX Connecticut. New . Hampshire.
Khods bland aad Utah by this time bad
rejected Us amendment.
Tha Veto e Den sonsy.
A sots bis inetdant occurred la Arkan-
sas during the coasidsratloa of ths
amendment. Both houses of ths Legls-
lature passed a resolution of spyrorsl.
but Governor Ponaghey Tetoed'rlt. This
rete at ones raised a nice eoastltu-
ttonal question. Representative Robinson
of Arkansas mads a speech in the House
nasnuigTOB.m -wttiett-he- challenged
the right of a Governor to pass upon the
.iseasure. It was saht ta be the flrst time
a Governor bad attempted to veto ratifi-
cation although it had been' customary
rot (lovers ore to add their approval. The
State Department has In eluded Arkansas
in the list of States ratifying ths amend-
S5 ..f th" " bitter contests over
ratification toe place in New York Bute.
Oovernor Hughes now a member of the
Supreme Court or the United States sent
a meessge to the Legislature in opposl-
Uc ntmwtun. He expressed him-
self in favor of giving Congress power to
enact an Income tax. but declared the
amendment submitted gave the Federal
Government tha power to strike a fatal
blow at State credit and State Inrf-
pondence br taxing tbe Income from
(Aveciottl Prut JtsAsrt.) . f '
LONDON February S. Kins; Menellk
of Aoystlnia is .dead according to a dis-
patch recelived here from Addls-Abeda
today. His successor. Prince Lid Jess-
sn one of Ills grandsons entered tbe Cap.
auu ounumy wan great pomp.. .. .. j
; 4-4.4. . "rr; :
Na official confirmation baa been re-
ceived here of the death of MeneUk. who
has on several previous occasions been
- Prince Lidj Jeassu. who Is said tot nay
entered the Capital' as theTiaw JKmperor
Is only! 17 years old. He was selected '
some years ago by. MeneUk himself as his
successor. r He is a yOuth-of great intelli-
gence son of ".Ra .Michael a : powerful
Prince and Governor of three Abyssinian
provinces' - whose wifs' wa Menellk's
daughter. Ltd Jeassu 'speaks1 English
French and German aad has- been in-
structed by European toutors. -
(Atncialri Prtu Rtfort.)
. TRENTON N. X February 1. Gov-
ern or Woodrow Wilson today announced
ths selection of Joseph Patrick Tumulty
to continue as bis secretary when bfi be-
comes President of tbe United States but
declared very emphatically that he ab
solutely had arrived a no other decisions
as to appointments. Tumulty baa been
secretary to Mr. Wilson ever since the
latter became Governor. Telegrams of
congratulations poured In at the Stats
"The appointment seems (0 give unani-
mous satisfaction'' commented Governor
! The President-elect offered Mr. Tumul-
ty the secretaryship a week ago. and
tha latter accepted today. Tumulty has
been associated with Mr. Wilson since
tbe gubernatorial campaign three years
0KQ. Hs became his private secretary
when Mr. Wilson was elected Governor
but resigned last November to become
. ciers 01 too state supreme Court at a
salary of 0t a position to which he
was appointed by the Governor. He con-
tinued however to discharge ths duties
of secretary without salary.
When Shown a published story stating
flatly that William J. Bryan A. Mitchell
Palmer of Pennsylvania and R. L. Henry
of Texas has been decided upon by him
for Cabinet -portfolios the Governor said:
"It is not true because I haven't de-
cided upon anybody. I bare made no
offers as yet."
There was a procession of callers at
the Stats House today mostly on -Stats
business nowever and the Governor re-
mained la his office until late tonight so
as to be accessible to the Legislature
which was in session.
Southern Drug Co.
"QDAUTI AND SUTiSa.
STUART A. GIRAUD
Auditor and Accountant.
Hooaton Tex. Beausndnt Tex.
Ouronstant effort to accord . ;
: bur customers : -a satisfactory ; ;
service has attracted many new;
accounts to this bank. .
; n V:;;"' ":: -''V-
Therefore anlnoreaslntf num- .
her of the substantial people of r
this' community areV recelvlnfj
the benefits of our-careful ser-
vice and excellent facilities.
' -t . ' ..r. - ;-..f
Rloy we not reasonably expect '
-that a lorfje nuinb'er of Tnew ; J .
' accounts will be opened ; with : ' .
' us durinj Febroary? J -
The tumbermans' National Dank
MOTKi Pam Iwogs Xwtt wtta tii tot lalaiictiis? are) faafly
tor deUTwry the) neat dar or sarlhw if MpeolaUr dasli-cd.
Pus boom gheul-l b balaaoed ao each moata. ; '..
OFFER OF REWARD
SHIP OFFICERS MAY STRIKE. "
Assoclstlon of Deep Sea CspUlns at Mar-
sslllss Consider Action. '
lAtem4Prt Ripvti .
.MABSEUXE8 Fsbruary J. A general
Mtrike of officers of seagoing; merchant
I vessels sailing from' France 1s tinder con
sideratlon by the Association of Deep Sea
Captains here. The officers of ths Ger-
mania and the Madonna of the Fahre Line
sailing betweerj Marseilles and New York
today left their vessels and Joined In the
strike begun by their comrades on the
Canada which was nrsvsntsd from sell.
Ing for New Tork yesterday owing to the
PROBE ACTION OF
Large Sumi Spent in Scientific
Search for Soma Bate That Would
Hold liquid Vitalitaa.
Besolntion Introduced hy Garner
Called for All Papers XelatiTe
to Texas Oil Indictments.
desertion of ths
GIRLS IN THE MINISTRY
PLEA OF A SUFFRAGIST
Pastor Who Deplored lack of Ma-
terial Told College Women Are
Mora Capable' Than Men.
1 were uwq pressed.
longwt . tfaaa IwttsorthoU
coQar aad ia easirr to pert oa aai
to take off. 15c 2 tot 35c
CawaV INaaVawy t Ca. I
xaie ana mamclnal bnnda. niv
nent lawyers of New Tork led by Joseph
H. Choate former Ambassador to Eng-
land supported the attack by a ringing
memorial denoancing tbe amendment as
navina bean ruahed rfiMtivh tk. u.-. -
and rfpuse "almost without debet a" and
aa giving Congress power to hinder "if
not prevent tbe proper performance of
the various functions of the States." by
a tax on State aad municipal bonds. They
rotated to the 00 New Tork
tate bonds and the lSM.BSB.eaa ai
(Auoclfi Prtti Rlftrt.)
BTANSTON IU February 1 Mrs.
Catharine Waugh McCuUoch. suffragist
and Justice of the peaoe. made an im-
prompt a speech in favor of women for
the ministry at the First Congregational
Church here last night. Mrs. MeCul-
och rose after Dr. O. 8. Davis presi-
dent of the Chicago Theological Seminary
had -deplored the fact that good material
tor mo ministry is scarce.
Be bad said that tha ordlnarv ehmwli
can not afford to pay a salary suffldsnt
to support a high class pastor and his
family and the result waa that men of
only limited attainments could be bad.
"WTjy don't you get women to preach f
asked Mrs. McCuUoch. .
After Davis had answered that tha ques-
tion of ordaining women aa ministers had
often been discussed. Mrs. MoCulloch con-
tinued: "Yoa should seek the women as yon do
ths men. There are many girls In col-
lege who are mors capable than men to
we uk preacung. Tney could do better
because they could live cheaper and thav
would not be burdened- with families.
power of Congress to tax U the amend
ment went adopted. Senator Root -took
aa active part la favor of tbe amend
went which waa Anally approved ta a
"ouflon to th form or a bill but only
after a similar bin was defeated ta the
nrst attempt to approve Use amendment
Congress Moot Act. ;
Lacislxtlon must now be Varted by
Congress before sn Income tax may be
collected the present amendment merely
giving Congress the power to lay such
a tax. Only the most general kind of
tff 1" f . indulged -ta . ta
wnat the Government mar reoatva ander
IS&Vft fceSVcan "CV
t. under the civil w iiT- -A V
.ur- I7tv was collected. The la-
rSa? aSoisW 1M "te4 to
raise iM.oee.eoe annuallv. Just are-
re&bv? f "Sndn?vnt
BaUey had Introduced an income tax bill
pre essd wader the Parse-Aid rich tariff
aet. Senator Cummtas introduced a asess-
se. estimeied is yleja IW.O.. Tb
THE BALKAN WAR
RESUMED ON TME
v (Centmued from Fags One.) '
svppor of . the. troops but the eoldlery
fortjlbiy prevented him from alighUng.
It ia regarded sow aa too lata to atop
the insurrection. The Turkish 'cavalry
stationed la the Asiatic section of Con-
staatlaoate aad in the great Sellmpe
barraoka today made a formal demand
for the elocution of. the murderers of
Xsaslm Pasha 1
The men refused to obey the War Itln-
ister's command to return to their homes.
Sbukrt Pasha the Turkiah nniu.lk.
at Adrianopie has caused an. Inquiry to
be mad into the circumstances ' of
Naslm's death and has announced his in-
tention of going to Constantinople after
the oonciualoa of the war to avenge tha
murder of bis friend. He has alao gath-
ered Information about a large number
of officers whom hs expects to punish
for the murder of Karlm.
V W 8. SARD'
Houston Post Speclsl Correspondent .
! WASHINGTON. February . The first
steps toward a congress lorxal lnvesUgmtlon
Into tbe refusal of Attorney ' General
'Wlckersham to permit warrants Issued by.
the Fadsrsl Court at Dallas for the ar-
rest of John D. Archbold and other Stand-
era vu enwstora woo are nnaer inaict
ment on charges of violating the antitrust
law ia connection with the Magnolia Pe-
troleum Company of Texas were taken
today whan Representative Garner In-
troduced the following resolution calling
Upon the Department of Justice for in-
formation: .. "Resolved That Ihe Attorney General
of the Vnlted States be and is hereby
.requested to transmit to ths House of
Representatives at the earliest practical
date an letters briefs of evidence docu-
ments and written opinions on file in tbe
Department of Justice relating to or
having any connection with the Indict-
ment returned in the United States Dis-
trict Court for tne Northern District of
Texas against C. N. Payne John D.
Archbold Henry C. Folger W. C. Teagle
A. u. cioie. m. it. .tjrown. jonn Beaiy
Standard Oil Company of New Tork
Standard Oil Company oT New Jersey
Magnolia Petroleum Company of Texas
charging them with conspiring to restrain
interstate trade and oommeroe of ths
Pleree-Fordyee Oil Association In viola-
tion of tha criminal provisions of ths
Sherman act or relating la any way to
the order of the Attorney General of the
United States directing the United States
marshal for the Southern District of New
Tork not to execute bench warrants for
the arrest or John D. Arohbold W. C.
Teagle and H. C. Folger Jr. issued oa
said indictment .
' Pert Brawn Bill Psssed House. .
Ia ths House today Representative
Gamer's bill providing that ths President
shaJI set asids such portion of ths Fort
Brown reservation at Brownsville as hs
may deem necessary for us as an agri-
cultural experiment station was passed
without debate or protest It now goes
to ths Senate for action.
Judge Charles Regan of Austin Is tier
attending tne session
Court for ths purposs of securing ad-
lor soaring 01 ue
An offer of $1000 was made to any
chemist wbo would produce some salve
bass that would properly bold liquid
This cams after thousands of dollars
bad been spent In experiments to find
such a base. It waa early learned that
none of tbe well-known .. salve bodies
would do for Vitalitaa. It solidified.
liquified disintegrated discolored or da-
strayed them In some manner.
. This waa ons of the amasing facts con-
nected with the Vitalitaa liquid. There
was no difficulty in extracting Vitalitaa
with all of its natural forces and medi-
cinal properties from the energised vol-
canic matter. It waa recognised as dif-
ferent from any other known thing na-
ture has produced ana wonderful in cura-
tive propertlea Taken Internally many
of- the stubborn diseases that have de-
fled medical science were driven from the
human system by It
Tbe- liquid Itself was also ' powerfully
efective for asternal use driving away
various forms of ecsema curing sores
skin eruptions piles etc Yet It waa not
convenient to apply as a liquid and hence
the desire for soms salvs base that would
It may be noted that the volcanic mat-
ter out of which Vltalltas ia taken la
itself a perfect base that Is It holds It
it has done far area in fa
gised earth matter can be employed aa
a salve with marvelous effects. The In-
dians so used it for centuries. Yet It was
bulky and untidy and a refined base to
take Its place waa badly wanted.
This base was st length produced ' by
a distinguished chemist and is perfeot.
It holds ths Vltalltas evenly distributed.
In full strength and perfect color and does
not deteriorate. Marvelous cures are be-
ing constantly brought about by the use
of this salva It Is used by merely rub-
bing on. . .
. The liquid Vltalltas. put up In M-oa.
bottles is the greatest known nature cure.
A' teaspoon of it In a half glass of water
is a dose. It is a speciflo for all de-
rangements of stomach liver kidasya
and blood. A child or moat delicate In.-
valid can take it. It puts new vital roros
Into every weakened or diseased portion
or tne rxxiy. ucn a isomers ss indiges-
tion rheumatism biliousness nervous
debility catarrh and ths Ilka era swept
.from the system by it.
See the. display today and talk with the
vitalitaa man at House's drug store
ana Preston. aaverusement.
ended and in full strength.
- We will show you how your money can be invested
to the best advantage and whether or not you decide to
purchase securities through our firm you are welcome
to whatever assistance we can render; you in solving your1:
investment problems. ' . i
adrs Ktgalirif en Ktquttt. 1 . .
NEUHA.US (SL CO.
The Houston Land & Trust Company's
Certificates of Deposit
bear four per cent interest
and are . issued v in small
amounts and up.
. n RESOURCES
HOUSTON Oil. COMPANY Of TEXAS
ANGELINA JA8PCR LIBERTY. ORANSE. SASINB. TVLts
HARDIN JEFFERSON NEWTON POLK. SAN AUQUSTINE
elopment of U
Usual royalties Communications should be address. 1.
I itaaager. aeantsa BuNdlna Heuetea TeaasT
Ltrlve lc:3 Qia
a COM ia CM Dry.Crtf isj a Day
Tan cement for bearins of the anneal of
isra Marunes who stands eonvleted la
the Texas eourts of tbe charge of avion sr.
ahspaard Is s Sena ten
Senator Culberson today pr seated tb.
credentials of United States Senator
Sheppard for both the short and the long
terms and President Pre Teia Bacon ad-
ministered the oath for tbe term extend
ing to ataren . Representatives Gamer
- Young Ores BlayOen end Henry of the
Texas delegation ia the House were pros'
snt to witaess-tbe ceremony; -t
Senator Sheppard resigned his faeabsr
hip la the Hons only a few u has tee be
fore he entered tbe Senate and Repre-
sentative Burnett ranking Demooratia
member of tbe Fabita Buildings and
Grounds Committee of trhtofc Sheppard
was chslnasJB. ass sees sailed upon le
presiae over tnu coenmitteo until the re-
orsanlsatieB of Congress takes pises nest
moats. Senator Sheppard was assigned
to ths seat vacated by Senator Johnston
in the rear row on- the- emocratio side
Between senawrs Asnorst sad Ferkey.
It wss Jocularly suggested today that
Inasmuch ss the First Texas District is
sew wttaeet avsmget la the House aad
will have no representation until lfaroh 4.
Representative at Large D. TB. Garrett.
who is how in Washington preparing to
enter tbe new Congress immediately take
the seat vacated by Sheppard and thus
give j. seas tne representation to wnieB
tne mate is entitled .
. .Two Texas foetmastsrs.
' President Taft today -Mat to the Senate
for confirmation the soUowlhg appoint-
ments of Texas postmasters. JT T. i swell
at Dsingsrfisld aad C ft. lstsMtaM si
fjotu . - 1
If tn kept .on "aclljiif; because it
has kept on benefiting: - asd it
has kept on benefitinsr because
its high standard" of merit hat
been carefully maintained.' .- '
Oet It today la the vana Dmad 'fsesj
srln the tablets eaUsd eeresU
STEWeART; ABSTRACT & 1 ITLE CO
ABSTRACTS - ' aUARANTEE rchICIES W
ASK ITOUX NEIGHBOR WE PREPARED HIS TITLE
. toaUttwtoaw)SsfTsmnSe n
STEWART BUILOINO .406 FANNIN STREET
CONTINENTAL TRUST COMPANY
- ; . iwiinowi anrtiNO) fnivit.aaast
HOUSTON. TEXAS. :.-'.
Atts as Exacster Atfmhtistrator Ouardlan and Trusts. Special Arrange
I ansa wKfc Awnerg af tmrna bodleg of land w as as
Trvste In gUdrv1sloi aa sale tn sraaller traeta
STOCTS WAaTEB' '.;'w
" -NaBooal Bank of Conimeres. V "
' garters Traet Co -
-AmliahU XJf Insuranos Co. ' .
r sst Jnfissa batnaer Oo. -
. Ormt Southwa Uf iBsuiaaoe Oa
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at hrea leutn. a L.nd s i Le --
west (Co. hif l.att .)
TTItBtnaS aad Tm ll.ia .
Coaaujustlon and tnforaaatioa area Write
UARDWAY & CATHEV
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vuioaa euiq one coiws Sampia rooBll
store roam x7. llf aCUea st AonT:
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b. c::let.. aswt
ta t-beae Piwsten U.
STOCKS AND-COMMCRCIAU RAHsi."
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