The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Monday, July 4, 1910 Page: 2 of 14
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Gena la Mora ssatij JWy
Ticket OtHc 217 ita.
Impressive fcrcmooJes Were Held
U v at fieaomom SowJ.jr.
Albert -SMaey Johnston Camp At-
: tended Serried ia Body Floral
I mblejM Testified to Esteem
A ' of fellow Citisen.
. Jtearfm Pet Spociol.)
BKATTMONT. Tensa. July l-The funer-
. hi of the tate Colonel Mark Wleag waa
held front the family reaidence thla aft-
ernoon at I o'clock with Interment In
Jaaga atta ccnietcry. Kev. J. V. taart
Officiated at the funeral services at the
homo and an escort from Albert Sidney
Johnston camp of United Confederate
.Ysterans followed the r attains to the
cemetery. The funeral oertags waa very
large attesting the wntverwal estates In
which Colonel Wiess wu held while the
floral offerings and emblc were aumer-
iue and beautiful.
Active Joe K. Carre n John L. Keith
P. B. Doty C. E. WiMen J. L. Cunning-
ham and Will -CarewU. Honorary U Jv
Hebert H. W. Potter. John N. Gilbert.
- W. W. Cunningham. W. a Davidson. J.
r. Keith W. A. Kletchar and John Ftta-
glbbona. There waa universal aw lew following
the nnouDoemeat of the death af Colo-
nel Wises. Far ever half a cectory be
had been Intimately identified with the
progress of Beaumont and had seen its
growth from an obscure little saw. mill
.vUiaa ta cha tkrivtnar little eat It la
Colonel Wiees waa one of the pioneer
and aieat sun a ful hatiharmea C this
sactlsn. He was a man af aoailufal
foresight and sagacity ia business and
while ether talked of the Inexhaustible
pine foresta of East Teataa he saw the
need wag age of nuabanataeT tna laasaurcas
of Fast. Teaaa and Impressed upon others
that conservation was a necessity. In
many field of varied activities he was
a pioneer. Ha auHt the drat toe factory
la sieaumoat. used the first typawrUer In
Beaumont while he also built tbs first
dry fciln In Beaumont and put In opera-
tion the first "shotgun" feed in a saw-
saUI 4 this aeettew which Innovation
largely Increased the capacty of the mill.
He was a man of forceful and aggressivs
personality arm in bis views of all ques-
tions of moment and fearless tn hla stall
or any aosltloa that as took to be right.
' ItvAvnnri vmtim m anTus
Their Taryimg Calls in Souhiae and
' (From tha 0ootemaB.)
' ps f the snost tateaeatinc features la
trying oalls sm tha changing clrcum-
.aaees of sun shine and storm.
Tha frequent snowstorms of the recent
winter have Often been heralded by tha
mournful 'thick cluck- of the black -
birds aa they flocked around tha doors
looking for tha crumbs that custom had
led theat ta expect.. Tha aaavls la mostly
rauta during the storm and tails his tals
of woa mpr by hla rufflsd feathers and
drooptng wtng than by his voice. His
note however at tha Bret te wateoma a
Chang b wassa weather.
The stormcook by which la meant tha
blue felt or fieldere does not frequent
the habitation of man but there Is no
Bioro certain sign of tha approach of se-
vere weather than a flock of these birds
flying southward. -Their nets la an e mi-
aous "chuck chuck." and but for that
taer would often pass unnoticed over.
Tha skylark also passes sooth uttering
a timid. twltUrtag aote. which will later
give place to a gay burst of song. Tha
starting flock greedily Le wherever food
Is to be found d It In. field or homestead.
Tha flrst blink of warm sunshine how-
them perched on tha eaves.
vibrating their wlaga U a manner no
other bird does and Imitating with an air
of Intense eatlsf action tha call no tee of a
host of other birds.
Tha sparrows which robbed the farmer
in tha autumn flock towaward tn winter
an their cheerless twitter on the house-
tops bears faint resemblance to their
noisy clamor hi the corn Held. The robin
seeks hid data with aa air of quiet con-
fidence and sometimes rewards us with a
bars af song quite out of keeping with
his surroundings. Tha blue tits have no
voice te say they are hungry though their
actions shew It but then- spring note may
be heard Ip tha woodlands when they
forsake our doors for tha tld and hedge-
now to keep a wnrs love.
Thtst Bales Will Win if She Poesn't
Lose Confidence in Tear Sanity.
(Chas Battel! feomls la June Delineator.
It your wife does not love you as she
when your were married; you must
ha vp fallen off In your attentions. Re-
member that a wje la only a sweetheart
few years later klake believe that she
U stlU your sweetheart
When you go horn from business have
'e maid aead your nam up Just as In
e eld days A wife likea these ltuie at-
"ttona and If she Is the right sort she
. J send down word that she wlfl be
In a few minutes. . Then put a flve-
"" hex at caady Jn a prominent plaoo
nd wait patiently. When you hear her
nlng. yua to meet her and kiss her In
manly way as If you had waited all
T tor the i privilege. Then gfve her tba
-ndy. If there la but one chair ia tha
i vm let hat alt In it while you stand.
w tell her the events of the day in
i e office m s witty way that win appeal
10 her love of fun. " ..'. .
whL".la JI"Dr sings band her a
mob of American beauties pull out her
Ur for her and tie her napkin round
r aeck youraslft Then whh a mw bow
t yourself opposite ke and beglw to
the fund. Ass: her to make epright-
' -marks and hmgh heartily at them
e her te tell you about the cook s'
fe pwise than
; j ': WrrfVaiec'.'tr
;U.L' If ORRIS Altai
doings. Just before dessert show her tha
orchestra aili you have bought (or Om
opera that night
Never light a cigar until ' poo bar
iked bar whether aba object! to amok.
She may always say na but there to no
telling when her taste maychange and
no gentleman will amoke when hla wife
objects to k. Cive her twice as tttTi aa
he wanta for an allowanoa and alwaya
forestall any requests aha mar be abost
In thla way you will retain your wife's
love and former lead a Darby and Joan
HOSPITAL ALL US OJTE PUCE.
Monolithic Walls of Indiana Ins&
tution Mott ExtensiTe Yet Made
.Tha pew Stata hospital at Lima. Ohio
will be "alike any other institution of tha
kind In tha Vnlted States and probably
according to Popslar Mechanics In tha
world. The buildings. aH of which
reinforced oonarete constitute
Forms were built for tha walla ceilings
fleers amd roof and tha eoocrets waa
poured In making all one solid niece
The whole comprises what Is said to bo
tSe K5yr"'p " ""tD
The arrangement Is tha result of a de-
sire to isolate the dffferent sections and
at tha same elms have them stnu
togther by coameetiag links. Almost two
years were consumed bv tha hniMi
commission and the architect In devising
The buildings surround rectangular
court ISO by 60 fast. Each building or
group of buildings radiating from this
court ia known as a pavHlen and each
pavilion has aa Individual osurt. used by
the patients for exercising and sitting la
Che open air.
To the rear of the hospital Is tha power
heuao whech will provide power light
and heat and water supply. Ultimately
detached cottages will surround the
All oondalta for electric wires and tele-
phones and all pipes for heating and
water aupply are built in the concrete.
As far aa peeothie wood has been elim-
inated the bmge for doors and tha
anchors in window Jambs for steel
window guards being sunk into the con-
crete. All the exterior walls have a brick
veneer an Interesting feature In concrete
construction. There Is nothing in the
structural parts of ths mass of buildings
that will disintegrate and the whole ia
considered almost Indestructible.
PENJT PAMXLT HUELOOMS.
Include a Uiiraher of Historical
(Prom the Mew York Times.)
The Pejus family heirlooms which are
to be said at Sotheby's In London wars
bequeathed by Richard Penn great-
graadson of the founder .of Pennsylva-
nia ta Marianne Rutland "late com-
panion to my sister Hannah Penn."
Haaaalf Penn died in last and Kiehard
Peim n IMS. Martanaa Rutland married
WiUam Herbert and at his death in
U01 the heirlooms passed to his adopted
daughter Mary Butlin from whom they
were obtained by the present owner.
Of greatest historical Interest Is the
original letters patent dated August 2ft
IBM. reinstating. William Penn sa gov-
ernor of Pennsylvania In place of Ben-
jamin Fletcher. The original charter was
granted by Charles II in 1W1 and Wil-
liam Penn sailed for America in 1682.
He returned te England two yeara later
and remained there daring the reign of
James II who was his personal friend.
After the revolution of 18S Penn was
accused of treasonable eotTesponderice
with the exiled monarch was detained In
London and In MK was deprived of the
government of Penneylvanla Benjamin
Fletcher being appointed in his place.
In the following year however Penn
proved his Innocence and was reinstated
by these letters patent.
Included in the other Items of Interest
are porta rite of and a document signed
by Admiral Penn the father of William
Penn) silver plats engraved wtth the
arms of Winiam Penn and a silvor to-
bacco pipe given by him to Joseph Peek-
over a Quaker; a box In the shape of a
tortoise said to have been made from
the wood of the great tree under which
Pennmada hla treaty with the Indians
in 168! and the family Bible of Rich-
ard Penn grandson of ths founder and
deputy governor of Pennaytrunla 1771-la
with manuscript entries showing that his
three children were born In London afar
! .was driven from America by the revo-
BASED 01TKEJHEDY ACT
Is State's Case Against Bankrupt Oil
Company at Dallas.
AUSTIN. Texas. July 3.-Flrst Assist-
ant Attorney General J. D. Walthall
a?!? t0. DfiM tomrr"w o represent the
S.L T thf CM1 "Sainst the bankrupt
Klchardson-Gay Oil company. In which
rase to he heard Jn the Federal court of
the Northern district of Texas presided
over by Judge Meek the State ef Texas
?...ngnnfl5f.n'0" ripu taxe "re-
The State will bass Its; argument en
the proviaiona of tho Kennedy act.
p n and amended In 19D7. whose
validity was determined In the United
States supreme court In the Southwest-
ern Oil case won by Mr.- Walthall for
thJLState of Texas tn April of this year.
""LW; as stated accepts the
validity of the Kennedy act. and win
eek merely to show that the claims of
the State are prior to those of personal
Banqnet to Diaz.
MKXICO CTTT. July l-8venteen hun-
dred personal and political friends ef
President Dial oecupted chairs ararnid
Immense banquet tables in a barge hall
V1.?1- Jh "" teiS
dered to the chief executive of Mexico
as a token ef the admtratloe of Ms
friend for the manner in which he has
administered the affairs af tha nation
for thirty years. x
HENRIETTA. Okla.. Jury j Jrha Me
Donald Coal company one of the heavi-
est operators ta the Henrietta field yes-
terday signed the union mine workers
ecaie louowmg aa agreement recently
reached la Kansas City.
nALAWA IIAKIt M.I ILOOD.
The Old . Standard Grove's Tasteless CaRI
Tame drive eut malaria aad btalde u the
e svewa- seosfe sad ckiMnna sec
STOCK AT pai rA
farmsh imewater'tt lw r.
any other Centrifugaf Pm
ciil MC U :il r7 ; .tT!7-
?Alsoa full line of WeU DrilUngMarAmeriv
Pumping Machinery Tools and Appliances
) American ireii irorlis
Wn Head of Unlrtrslty of T:$
1 : History DepartmcoL : -
A WIDELY KNOWA AUTHOR
Had Beoently Completed lloaaoent-
' al Work of Editing1 Diplomatic
' v Correspondence of the Be '
pukUe ef Texas
(Heastsa fVft SftiaLi .
AUSTIN Texas July a Prof. Oeorga
ercs Oarriaon head af tha department
of history in ths University of Texas
died at hla home hers today at IS adock
'after an illness of -nearly tares waslra
Dr. Garrison Buffered from a complica
tion of diseases but ths immediate enuse
of his death was ths leakagp of one of his
For twenty-five years Dr.
was a member of the facoKy of tha Stats)
university coming to Texas lh ISM aa as
sistant prorassor ox EBgttan nia 'life be
came n part oc tne university
example has been te the thouaands aC
students who attended that Institution si
aouroe of Inspiration. At tha time of hia
a earn no waa senior member of ths facul
ty. not the eldest tn point of age bernf
oniy as years or age but naylng1 been
longest connected with the -university.
The University of Texas has had no In
structor who enjoyed a greater degree
or respect on tne part oc students ana
Dr. Garrison was born at CnrrotKaa
Ga December 19. US. He resetted
preparatory -education at Cnrrotltdn Ma-
sonic institute and Sewanee eollesre. Win
chester Tenn. He received the Ucei
of Arts degree at the University
burgh 1879 and In U9C waa awarded tha
doctor of philosophy degree at the .Uni-
versity of Chicago.
As atr author Dr. Garrison was widely
known for his books on civic the history
of Texas and the westward extenalon
movement At the time of his death he
had been for thirteen years editor of the
quarterly of the State Historical associa-
tion. Ha waa alae president of ths State
-Photo By Tha Elliots.
Dr. Gorn Pierce Garrison.
Eminent Historian and Anthor. Dead
- I ..- - w . - '
Library and Historical association. In
whlch-eositlon he d noted a arrest iImI r
labor to tha editing of the diplomatic cor-
respondence ' of the republic of Texaa
which monumental work m two volumes
he recently completed. For several years
he waa a member of tha committee on
American archives of the American His-
torical association spending much ttme
In te Archive General. Mexico.
He Is survived by his widow and four
daughters. Misses Ada Helen. Bessie and
Annie Garrison. He married Miss Annie
Perkins of Nscogdoches.
Bank Exajruners Assigned.
Vioutton Pott SpiL
AUSTIN Texas July l W. E. Haw.
kins commissioner of Insure ace and
hanking late tonight announced ths fol-
lowing assignments of the twelve- Stats
bank examiners who have Just eondoded
a three days' meeting hero In connection
with routine matters: Chief examiner
W. H. Hayes; district examlners-J. W.
Mlngus to Corpus Christ! A. D. Thomp-
son to Houston. Paul H. Smith to EI
Paso. c. W. Foster to Saa Antonio W.
C. kvans to Dallas. L. R. Buchanan
Abilene. M. E. Hulsejr to Paris. C. H.
Holderness to Amarlllo George D.
Campbell to Waco. R. E. Chambers and
J. K. Woods te Fort Worth.
Capitol Observes Day.
Offosjto Post Sttcial.)
AUSTIN Texas July X-m observance
of Independence Day the State capltol win
be closed throughout tomorrow. Ths
bnstnees houses also will close and pic-
nics will be tha order ef the day. Can-
didates for count offices will address
gatherings at Oak Hill and Bluff Springs
School Bonds Approred.
AUSTIN Texas July 1-Arsis t ant At-
torney General Caldwell today approved
U.5O0 Roby Independent school dietrtct
school house bonds twenty -forties at S per
Veteran Trainer Daclarea Begrt
Will Win Today -
lAisoetaHd Prut Retort.) -
jmrksov TBinmta Amp Ju Cmi
f) finer the veteran traitor vtM develspsd Jef-
fries arrlred hNhty and anasenred kr wevht art
at cbh-f seesaw tit Jeanssn faawrMw. After
Manaf a esassmitlea wtth Mat Pelts.
pan ua nas is ala smtraVa a
aurk Jelnies out.
"Jonaimr win wle" saM tM mmer. "Tsww
aa be title dause esont nil DoNrt : nw will
defett JelTrie heoanw ae baa mtboasdea. enafl-
esrs eoeiMned with wsmlefnir aHWruiir d
mtapswne. The Ms snmr'a awMthm- Is Sa be
tha ebauplne puirlUst or ths world. No a ef
tha -bulM and- cleverness f this dustty glast
waose heart is In hi wees can be deeaataev ap
"Urn mot think that 1 awterrate J0K t
bbsw klas perhaiHi ketsir tkM aa uthn sass hi
the world. U b ast a flkaar wke- Iowa Ui
game sad thervfure h laeks nassence. Cwlrs-
tiu4. I W( talufe lar le a cuwerd for ska
aa sts utu the tkiek kt m fray be will eht
but Im will tom to tbe batnesrusBd with luka-
wara wiawaa m u test aa shmc race.'
Ne line ef battle has km laid eat ky Da
lauey for JohiiMoo and bob wIU s plaanad ae
latw tke agMrrs are- at n Map
"t aossr plan a -asks keears t see bm teen's
wppuiieat la Lctluo' asM DelSaey.
JOHBSOIT WAS HAPPY.
Was "JGghty Mighty GIa4; to See
- V;DeItaiey; ;' -y
(Aim4 frtt Retort.)
JOHNSON'S TMIMJH CAMP jaly a-JTat-k
Jokasoa always aappv was aluwst kyaterleal
over Delaaey'e arrival tmlay. It Was explalaed
raatr Htsess kear sefslneif khn hr Saw. Pnraelr
bs men was ssiweally anvpte rentur time
Jiilmann'r haiMilvta nmuulit DHsaer kn at tba.
etavenHr knnr s alw m a-em sptrtnr tn ns-
llf mat seem- tit flsM. vFliettisr aveWBese.
-Tor Nm onmn or act ta SgM at DaUiwr aM
atninsos napyy. j
Ja.-k waa Jhsr retai'idng (Wis aw etrW arlhr
yasBt ere rnad- wtuw fMlseey not alar et
ths etepe sf jbUty Jrslshif ansnvn " lac rig tkv
V ; -
f ..J '
1 tn tdfldita to;h c!t;1 c:-tric2 titjto.tc? ttz a xilr : V
' jsrter to 11:7 r:rJi cz3 ycr j : lllrtrrca . p;r c:it" cr nin
. to rca-tilrd befcie they era 73' td txioapjibr i&ftn'P-dil
; deaths are wademed Ij tb tea cf Bsxcotlo piexfca. ; Drcrs thc!i
. ; tzi ccothhg syrups boH tor .iilirca's ccaplaiiits watsln r crlcc3 crlsii'cr-
-"-ncrphha.' - They are h carabh entities deadly pdscsi'c ' b asy qzzj?5
X ;3f .thsy ttupeiy. retard droilatica tzi tod ta ccsgecttea dchisca. dsati. - icrii
- TT nil t r '
v-ia n. risscaeg uecm' cgscc3 iza tiood to ctelss prcperl7rcpczs tl
ALCOHOL IMI ccm
KOT Jv ARC QT1C.
Hon. Sour Stona.DteTTDin
1 1 ? "kbsHii1
Cafrr of Wiapta.
rtaanad kis chief soMssr'a kaad and wrasg
jn'si silgkty. sitght Oes- u ess yew" he
TKea Delaney went op stake aad saw Jnhw-
ta tae bamta or tie tralaeia. Whea Do-
laiiar eawaeil from
ales later he beaaed wltk uusfactlon sad
a.tnre. He aaanuneeo ke
arreetl tke rallnwlag set weald
at tbe rot-
orra bmb a corner:
DeniBey. ta Hart. Al Kannaaa. Dae Jorey.
Prot. Buna aad Son ley Krtchel Uaie keeper.
JOHNSON ATE LITTLE.
Ban Sereral Miles and Did Not
iAsiocisttd Press ReporO.1
JOHXSOW TRAINING CAMP. My V Johw-
sea waa up at 7 o'etsrk akipplng amaaeT the balls.
Soos after be erase. Daw Mllkr and Walter
sfsnahsn wis apemBg paMMra arrived at eaa
after a slirbt la town.
After artsBina; a little erne. Jehaaoa weat
out for s run with arrwral of hla trainers. Heel
covered eight miles aou did not appear tired.
' "I feel great." he aeidk
Biaekfaat was eatea nhertly ' before aso
JoDBaon ate sparingly xfter tke saral M
tor asrerai boars for tne motlne picture.
"Ksease anr beam buys: I abaaM have abased
Before roe cams 7 ke Bald.
Hot Prohibited by Lav iadt Was in
Poll Blast . .
(Atootiaui Preu RopfKi
RB.NO July I. F.rerytlilag sieved In free
aad aasj fashion today. EieiybueT had a goad
time. When Johnaiw was net ha stsac ths
eiewd bmhi eed woasaa ataye rsolene. The
tablei were In full mrtug aa the Stare law
doea Hot prohibit gnnilay gimbllnx. Reno -aa
a rlry orillnsaee aMlaat It. but tbie eaaip
la outside tlx corporate links.
Johnson Bent Hira Orer Eir Knee
. and Trounced Him.
x lAnotmtoi Preu Saserf.)
JOHNSON'S TRAINING CAMP. Jaly L The
BMwInt picture mas rot a film this sftemooa
that waa snf os the bin. Johosns causae Torn
PMislsen sail (Miollna khn as Ms kawe save sua
a aouwi rrannclns wlrb a fanr-fost atick. John
sirs nplalned luer FamBtgaa bed bees "fee
lag with the court."
POOB PACTOBT Al . YlCTOBlXl
City Shortly to Let Contract for
Ota-moo Post SrtW. ...
TTCTOR1A Texas Juky Tlesornfs
hsiest amer prtoe la the BoutlMrn Purs
Too Ifsnufactarlnr cootpea)' wniok Is
ervcttjig n factory hp ths nesrtAnaetecn
part ef thw cfty- They will- ntaaufhcitirs
a high grade-of pickles prersstas pressed
ffgs etc. snd will make a. specialty ef
fins baking powder. This let tha snip fac-
tory of its kind) soutit of Houston.- and
wilt be of great benefit tn Vtm truck
growers of this section. -
The city will le the contract at once for
cement sidewalks around and Intersecting
the public square. This Improvement wilt
w SVHil SAsnv
Stte of Kisslssippi Again After
. r (.dasstartaw rVaw UopomKt
' BOON-SVttXK. aUss.. July- " Suit
against the Cumberland. Telephone and
Telegraph company for tV0OAa wan
flled In the chancery court hero today by
W. P. Bhtnault special' ceaneel for the
aUnta OC If isslasippi. - - - -..-'.' .-
The company ie rharaw wMh tha Viola
tten of ths State antl-trast law ana with
charging mora for the service- In Bbonw-
vllte than h ehargerT Ik ovher towns of
thw frteie. It k alee charged that. tl
company discriminated against - Its sub-
scribers serv ehawniww sonar nvsrs than
athsns for ths sanae-servtcav
' "- ' j 4 '
Bnildinr at tBaIa.-f'-?V
r frssavbis fr 5ptiasdj. n '- '
V OOiraALeSk Texn July a Th plnttr
cottsgta hojna r . aad Sfm Gstn-ot
fct ra'isrst esa that
j w m ..-.
tcttcro Atom Prominent Physicians
. eddrcssed to Chas. IL nctcT:cr.. ;
Or. & r. Pwatar. ef ft LonnT. Ho. says: " hnv wfnasMbni m? Cnlarta
ta aaay cateai ksr. ihraya tomt tt m gates and wmt 9mmtf.m
Csartani. wszy nsnrrol b
Dr. Wmiam C Bloomer of Qswelnnd Ohio anys: In say ftetlesi I am
glad to twtmnin4 roar Ourtaria kutmimg tt fc parfnetjy wMnml pad
aiwavs ntisxnetorj. .-r-- ;;- .-
. far. B. Sows of nUaAtlnUa Pa
8r n my prajeucs) iw asnsTf xeari
: tmBt tony pUenta v ". - .-
Dr. X&wtxi. Purlfih. of jfceoilT. I T aars: 1 pat oaf rear Cap.
Corta la mr avav IkmeknU wtta gooA rnwats mU anvp a4rari snyrwral
jatlexiu U tmm tt for St mild lnxAtrra flat aad tTeedoa tVoalurav'' ' -Dr.
J. B. Elliott of Krw Tork CUrnsrst arbi( dvrlac Um ppgt ate
Tear pragma yvat Caatoria to tofnatfl gtnsnnea dlrtoa I raomf :
kenvtOjr eonaeaC ft ae. - The formula eenalu ootU&s sUIsariooa
. to ta Sueet tteUote nf annoW- ' -y- - k. s.-.
;VI. C. a Bpneat clVCmaha Neb BSTsr "Tottr CMorM aa Ueat
annIdM for etind aaI tTstin
aU the) tndIrtmtDt asa of proprietarr bexHclnsa; ya. Cnntorta If aa
scaptlontor oeadmona irhlch ariso ta tap ear ef cWlaxwm -. . v
2. A. Parker of Xsaaaa City. Ka. nnrs: "Yeor Castor! hold tha ..
of tha raadlcal profsBsJon ta a aanner keM ar ao wtaor pmnrta ;
tan preparatlfm. It la a aare aad raUablo tuMUtam fw lafnavta SaM eklV
Aran la fact- ft 1 fkn Wttvaraxl honaahoid awsaaBtw aae Bfayha fnasle
Dr. B. JV Uerrtn ef Aaiurta. Ua pars: -Cagtaria la om of the Tery
Saast aad anoat reinartiMe raasndloa for Infants aad sxVaohao. la my
' snylnloa Tonr Caatorta has pnvnd Uotasnada frana na earl wmm 1 earn
furnish hundreds of tenttmoTilsls frora thla locaUtz M M Its tMaT
OEMuirin CASTGRIA alvayo
3 Tna Kfflfl Ynn HftTfl flluflvs Rnitiflif
w - svvt aavaa e saa aa aa J as awr w nnjnavw
In Usa For Over 30 Yearaw
INCREASE OF CAPITAL
Bankers Trust Company
The capital stock of the Bankers' Trust Com-
pany will probably be increased from $500000.00
to $1000000.00 on September 11910.
The Company has been especially successful
from the beginning and has builded upon con-
servatism and sound principles withftyhe view of
perpetuity and giving the holder of one share of
stock the same care and rights as the larger
The management expects the policy wifl . be
to pay the principal amount of net earning in div-
idends which will not be less than 12 per cent
per annum. The average rate of net profits have
been better than 2 per cent monthly. About two-
thirds of the stock has been spoken for. and it is
expected that allotments will all be mad before
September 1 1910 and should be in by July 15. '
The stock will be sold at $150 per share which
is the present market value thus creating an ad-
ditional surplus of $250000.00. AH will pay in on
the same basis and -not one dollar will be used
for commission or cost. '
H. B. JACKSON
Ewlng It centpletsdi nadi the family moved
Into it rrlday. - .
Throughout tha city raarksd Signs of
OnprovenientS' are noted; - near homes
eefaeoedinwa sddltUHat. - papering . and
pnlntiag h the order -of the day-.-
Textile Awiati letd -
' 1 (bfeHshnf Pren ttfet
rAUOCarrA. 'WB.' July S. Tae8ewthera
Tex rife sseoclatlen just befer ndjosante
1na anrigh. elected eftlrers InwhtdrPsj -tha
toHsiwIng: Pseatdeat W P. Warn rock su-
peiintendent of Olynpin mills. Columbia.
8. C: secretary O. S. Escort editor of
Milt News Chs1et. N. C: tressaarer
Daid Clarke editor Textile Majiufactnr
nr.. CharlatMv . - - .
v Cm motion of Mr. Baeott It was decided
fit fbtum titer shnlf be ewiy two isslesst
of threw mewtrnas esw-nyer. try be held
eat the. Saturdnv after Thanksgivina; Par
and the nearest Saturdsy ta ths rourtp
it bears tlnff
.. "XT -
-; ;. . v;;
krsT "t ftsrra prmnxtbti JrPuT Cap
Ttta greax MuuMaoa pfBtytmt ana
r:-. - ' :.V
H. N. TINKER
A DEAD ONE
; Is the dollar ynu nJlot? to remain '-
idlov Invest jvur iaTiog or siirpltia
lundp in one of our Certificate of ;
Deposit today.. They I bear four
per eent interest '
l!:ustca Und & Tnit Co.
(Csssssrr. Up lanwse fssMbg Wnpw.).
Capltnt and Snrplnn $50000000
THE i ' fff"1
" UNION 9UTM
V ' BANK
j. Two HaBdara for jbulmlen. ;
;'4 i; '- ' Orswatsniss5pwsnt :r
FALiSTXTf i. Texas Jaly t.-Tbe Inter-
natiensa sad - Great Nertnarn- raflread
shops nr. this polot win dose Jntp 4 and
a Monday being n hdndag tin sasptores
"wiU lean ths tone bat ToeaAay will be
given them wtth full. par. (1 This In ton
ntanp ; -
f v 1 1
maKes an iaeai
1- . ;A ' ' ' ' '
nil a summer
suit ant. "
snakes in tnterestifitf price
foTttvTake a look at tie
pattrxna Tuesday rr Sj;ore
wilt c!oe4 ; tomorrow on
TOE FOURTH 0F JULY
FITEeNATJGQT FIVE MAIN 8T.
' AMD ' -I
Valves of purs rubber either
:ard medtnn or soft for hot or
ld -Water. -Conical springs made
f bast braes spring wire. All
uses. ' V
. -- S . aaawwBBBBi
rt Tt tnn tt.vrr a vf w
& Lithographing Ca
- Cxpito) Avenue anil
c Famssn Street
Phones Prestoa 47 aad 626S
- Ertrrthlnf Tader Com.
WZ EA5BLZ 0HL7 THS BZfT
Eoreloek Bireh Veneered Doors.
JESSE fl JONES LUMBER CO.
W. V. ANQLt. ntansger. ' v ' .
Phones S4. Main and MeKHMiay
SECURED and GUARANTEED
BANKERS TRUST CO.
- . PBLNTIB0
SOS ranUla Ave
Huga I niuhsus & Co.
first National Bsnk Bulldino '
v HOUSTON TKXAn
Protect Tour Buildings
Gcod E0Cn;:3 2nd PAIMT
Cewi plate supplies at right prtoee and
ef beet qnsHtloa eerrlvd by the
Bchopmeytr Vlg. A fupply Co.-
or all publishers are on aw en
CakV Sheeo ar Write. Is aither
rour ardata H recetvs our bast
a sop store
' Is tsar CTCS
cj:::rs loai office
' v..estsbllshsd 1884.)'-- - '
XOAN " auSINlSS CONriOCNTfAC
;J Bargains In Unradssmsel Pledaas : f
earner Presten and San Jsslnts
' j - MOUtTON TEXAS. " -
UMATISM and KIDN1Y TROUBLES
eeree? esstrr. iih'i
Oreai KomnAr . M C
eaaas waatart vntri
oitftiT and aatarally wUb Katttre'a
i uuu tni BalM. Th--tv.
- efcrnfe-mailMl a m
.. t. -.. Sir .
'Pres. h lac. ...
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