The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910 Page: 16 of 16
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J Uli GDAT HOKN1NG
A MOULJLR CRACKKRJACK
a the war of dainty biscuits I the
. National Blarult Co'e line of pure
. wholesome end delirious products. te-
. eluding tha tmr famed
i and the various other crackers of that
: concern. Wa handle them ail among
. war. stock of Pure Groceries.
J HENKE & PILLOT. '
BAR and CAFE
Ct-KDC A KOENIQ.
gonad DaTIr from U:M a. m. ta l:M
.t two V.
a at eonaistlng or Boon. Flah eholoa
one meat two VegetaMes. pissitt.
Coffee. Tea Milk or a -Ganaa ef
KHLTTI MLWAGXII MX.
SHORT ORDKRS A SPECIALTY.
LADIES CAPS UPSTAIRS.
WUCXKKXS FCX.T. soft and soft sata.
Sot stasia aad novelty sasaaa. Al
Statsoa. CotamMa. Dakota. LaW Hi
aad stbar staples to sain oa receipt of
order. Mall ardors receive arooat et-
iaatloa. Wa aB to dulm ealy.
' KINSKLLA MAT COu Daaaa. Taaaa.
.;'''' io haw srsrrr
OCULIST. AND AURIST
! yf X?v Sobd Gold Claaawa "
. Cntaimntean. s it
: $5.00 -
rflrt tUt-Ibavm H8IR IBU
I mm aw QNMff a jf
I UaafcajylSafi I
I ... S11 ICAIW. J
Thp Pcrdy Sanitarium
WIS Bsoasvars. Miasfca Heights. Tax.
A sioladad hin far tho trsstmsat af
Stt Atttlctioas sad Alconolixa
aaas Prsslsii SHI and Taylor 41a
-.lisstia Offlsa SM 1-t Faaauaj.
PHYSICIAN AND SljrUaEON
: ; . 604 Scaalai BWfl. v.
Phans Praston. Office S132; Rsei-
TJaaJda' SS mbt'' 84a DoOfl
' :'" V 4niTraMs iysst - -
tCONTRACTOI FOR v
Plrnsblsi lleatini and
- Aatossatic . Sprinklers
FOR FIRS PROTECTION.
Hit Csngress Ava. . Maastaa. Taxaa.
AmbitJoas ' round aaaa:
-War to it that astao mca
' (row rlebar dar ar ' Say.
trhiis thalr faBowa ran (a
ta tka rat of aotortrt Aro
thay born hickyT" .
tlniw mmm fill IiiimIii.m Hi n
1 "No; a daar arala aad
baalthr body ' ara an tha
ood took any roan maa
noada to gat on tho road .
to wealth. 'Spaad loaa thaa
yo rat. la tha motto that
will put yo oa that road.
Start a aartnn aorount-
That la tho FIRST stap to-
Vt fay 4 far Oat aa Sstaaji
MAIN AND CONOR CSS
A. T. LUCAS
Tsrd Csrasr Ilia aaa Baavaad .
rbM rWsa lU .
Childress & Taylor
CaMoa Esckaada BUd. lks
Eye Eara Nose and Throat
Spaeial Attntfaa Chaa ta FittiBC
tn-Stawart BUg. raaala oar. Prastaa
Eyes Tested sad Cosraltstioa fits
Fhyaiciss ssd Sarfoi
orruz ard numirf bmms
SKCONB nOOC HAS UILDKE
Wa Handta AS Oradaa.
OUR at OTTO J Hlfhoat Gradaa.
Lawaat Pi Itaa. Boat Sarvlea.
Evarytlilna Undor Covor.
J. S. FARTHING LUMBER CO
Caagraas and Crawford. Phono 11M.
VACORS aad aVUSIITS SF AU BUM
Sooth Texas Implemest &
TrmBsf er CoBapaay
SB AND SS FBXSTOK ATBJfllB.
gf A T Best Qnlity!
VlVFiVlj "roast Dafimrl
CRYSTAL ICE & FUEL CO.
rkoaa rraatoa 430
DO YOU CAIKY INSURANCE
If ra an't MOW la tat tha ta caa
aaacs. aad S. MOTTS. TO Ceaalaa Bide..
Shas ruaaai lias to tk alaea ta m it
rue' Torasdo sad lire Stock
tat aa tata oar aaa- Ua Stack saBiy.
If a tka hat
WITH THE FAUOUS ENGINE
J. L Case Tbresfainf Uacfaioe Cs.
loie wuiow st.
FIRE and Marine
TESTm G EYES
Wttbewt Joking. wo ssaaa what wa
say. Wits awr saiHaist ayataat of tast-
ing Kyoa. with oar twenty yoara of
OTparlaaaa. with oar aompatoat fores
of optician wo gla battor satlatao-
tlon tbaa any etbar Opttaal bouaa la
this aart at tho eeeatry. . . :
lIOUSTCn CPTICJLL CO.
SOS HAW STREET T ;
Most oonplata taas OrtadlBg Phut
la tho State. . - -.
Theo. Keller Co.
Corrggpoadescs Invite J.
K. H. CAWTHON
806 Main Street
Money loaned on chattels. Bar
gains In Diamonds and all kinds
of Jewelry. Money deposited
with m subject to check any
time store is open.
6 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Time Deposits
W!K DOW GLASS
Ssadolph Paint Co.
805 rrairte Phoaea Praitao ISO. Uoa.
OTTO JEWELRY CO.
Removed to 406 Travis St
FOB THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DKN-
Dr. James Morris
tlSfej Conareaa Avenue. aaouaton. Texaa
PHONE PBE8TON SML
Tha Aattaaptle Deatal Offlea.
"toe saor inn. a coRScmci: -
jferebaat Tattors and Snlrtmakora.
TO MEN WHO CAKE. 7
Now operatmg the M cheat paid lo-
cal a hop la the city atili thalr prices
remain Tory moderate.
Dr. J. G. BOYD
?boae P 1042. . . Sctalsit; Bid;.
Why YOU Should Consult DR. STEARNS First!
Baoaoaa bis oplaloa la the traatmaat ef obstinate aad as railed Incurable cases Is always
considered valuable aad cast be relied opaa thereby you avoid d leappotntment aod waste of
time which oftaa reaults la oseapUcatlons producing Irreparabla harm. Ha never aceepta far
treatmeat aa Incurable or even doubtful case and If he off era to treat you. It hi with tha
poaltiTo aaaaianea of a complete restoration of your health. His reputation Is the highest;
Ma offices are tha most complete la the South being equipped with every Instrument de-
vice and appliance of known valoe aad Ma many years of ezper ience. coupled with modern
methods enables Mm to offer J Ml the beet treatment possible for say Nervous Chronle or
Special Dlaoaaa Bo does not experiment at the rlafc of your hea 1th. When be aocepta your
case tor treatment you tbaa have tha advantage of curative results from the beginning. Tea
do not baea to watt aad depend upon promises for results. Tea see for yourself that you aro
being benefited and yea ara then convinced that you are receiving the right treatment for
your ease. ' Call or writs for bis opinion on your Individual case. Tou will never have canoe
to regret having bad bis expert advise FREE sad you should not let this opportunity pass.
It anay mesa sasro thaa you expect especially when your health Is at stake. He tresta ua-
aar a guarantee tha foUewtsg dlseasss:
1 Cars Strlctaro and Urhtsry PI Without Operation.
ft r ... If mil i Uu D.l.l u i
- I Curs Narvaue DeOHtty of alen; No Stlmulante but Parmsnont VXLOJSSt.
I Curo Bleed and Sklo Oieeeaee Wltteyt Mercury. Never to Retura. . CONSULTATION
I Caro Csurrhsl Qlssrders of All Kinds. At OfSaa ar by
' " I Cure irRh taw asms guar aw tea af sas csss a Chronic Dlssssss of Man Such as Kidney. Bladder and Urinary troubles
HySratila. Ruadara. IWosrs and 4b Daiaseea. Contagloua Bleed Pslssnlna. Eessms. Rheumatiem Catarrhal AflaeUons PUea
and Fistula aad as Sim ssus. Cnrealo aad PHvsts Dlssssss sf Man and Women. ' . .
WKITB Cases not too sasapM rated treated at boms. If you can not call writs tor Informstloa regarding home treatment.
WLjaUsV MAIN STREET HOUSTON TEXAS SLiiSS
A BAD STOLIACH
i little tiiptpsla TIow WlH Gate
''l -v-'Yos Feel tlaeW
GET SOHE "AND TAKE IT
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BTTpaiay Gss tfBuTs ' Eesl
t sells sad Other iriaery'Taaiilies
4 Hts 3Qastei lAterInd All
Btemscli Imlte sad tsdifestlos.
S what yotijust ata is souring on your
stomach or Ilea Ilka a lump of lead re-
fusing ta digest or you belch Oas and
Eructate sour undigested food or have
a feeling of -Dtulnesa Heartburn. Full-
ness. Nauaea Bad taste in mouth and
stomach headache this Is indigestion. .
A fuS case of Fapo'a Diapepaln eoets
only M cents and will thoroughly euro
your outof-order stomaeh and leave
sufftoient about tho bouse la caae aome
one elss ta tho family may suffer froas
stomach trouble or Indigestion. '
Ask your pharmacist to show yea tho
formula plainly printed on these M-oent
ceaaa. then you will understand why
Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go
and why they usually relievo sour out-of-order
stomachs or Indigestion In Ave
minutea. Dlapepetn Is harmless and
taates like candy though each dose con-
tains power aumclent to digest and pre-
pare for assimilation into tha blood ail
the food you oat; beaidea. It makes you
Co to the table with a healthy appetite;
ut. what will please you most. Is that
you will feet thai your atomach and intes-
tines are clean and fresh and you will
not need to resort to laxatives or liver
pills for Billon ansss or Constipation.
This city will have many Dtapepsln
cranks aa soma people will call them
but you win be cranky about thla splen-
did atomach preparation too If you ever
try a little for Indigestion or Gastritis or
any other Stomach misery.
Get aome now thla minute and for-
ever rd yourself of Stomach Trouble aad
7; - ' 1 Kr
Fred '8. Chapln was appointed receiver
of Dealer's ice cream establishment yes-
terday morning by udge W. P. Hamb-
len of the Fifty-fifth district court
Thla concern made an assignment sev-
eral weeks ago and Victor H. Ross was
named as assignee. About two weeks
ago proceedings were instituted by sev-
eral creditors of the concern' to have
Rosa removed aa assignee and for tha
appointment of a receiver
The establishment Involved Is situated
at the corner of Fannin street and Con-
gress avenue and was operated until re-
cently. Application for Becciver.
An application tor the appointment of
a receiver to take charge of the business
of the Southern Reduction company was
filed in the district court yesterday by
A. J. Robinson against F. J. Burkey J.
E. Price and C. A. Peterson who is now
a resident of Panama.
The plaintiff claims to be a partner
sin the business and alleges that- he has
been ousted. He claims that he put )1M
and that the company la Indebted to ban
In the further aum of $&3.8.
Beceiver Ii Asked.
Proceedings for the appointment of a
receiver to take charge of a tin business
and repair shop were Instituted In the
district court yesterday by L. G. Bender
Jr. against G. C. Kiaeman bis former
It la alleged that the partnership was
dissolved on November 1 and the receiver
is desired to collect the outstanding ac-
counts and continue the business as a
going concern until it Is sold.
Tha defendant has been cited to ap-
pear before Judge W. p. Hamblen on
April 7 to show cause why the receiver
should not be appointed.
Asks $20000 Dsjasges.
Agspito Pompa filed snit in the district
court yesterday against the Houston and
Texas Central railroad company to re-
cover 120.000 damages for Injuries al-
leged to have been received September
5 1810. while be wss employed as a sec-
tion Hand by the defendant.
The plaintiff claims that while he was
assisting in propelling a handcar near
Calvert the car jumped the track caus-
ing him to fall off backward so that be
was run over by the car.
Eleventh District Court
(Charles K. Ashe. Jodjre.)
A. R- Anderaoo Ta. M. Fraud Hmmnxmd. I lac-
tloa coo test; Aaeersoa declared the aonlase.
Fifty-Fifth District Court.
W. P. Haablea. Jodae.)
J. J. and Anate Martin vs. B. T. Bad ewtioe
ta retustate ran? sraated.
Ctt of Houston . M. Strrcbelski notion
for s new trial sranted.
Brute Smith vs. l. L. Wood et al. defend-
ant' BMtkw fur a new trial oremiled. to wkich
taey except and sire notice of appeal.
U. D. Swiller ra Wemern Union Telegraph
Company plaintiff's notloa for a new trial over-
ruled ta which he excepta and rives notloa of
A. U Salts ra. WIlHani Collins defendant's
notion for a new trial oTemiled. to which de-
fendant excepts sad stTea not ice of ass sal.
Sixty-First District Court
(Somas O. KlttraU. Jodaa.)
W. 8. Delerr vs. Alllsm. Rlcbey lead Oasi-
paav tt al. oa trliL
(A. E. Aawnnsa. Jadxe.)
Estate of Freoerieka Baha. deeeaatd: epDttea-
tioa of Boestoa Lsnd and Trust Osmnany for
lettaca ef administration-.
8uits Filed for District Courts
Uenrr Albreebt. clerk)
Benjamin Borsell ts. I. J. Setteamat .treapaaa
to trr title and dsnucea (rifty-afth).
Kopert ailltoa ts. aawiaoa jwiiwwi mrorcn
W. A. al
cNelU ra. W. D. Cams roe et al. saM
mmA RMlaan fSlatr-Sratk.
Jeanle Blsad vs. Praetoa Blaad. dirorca (Slav.
Andrew Dow et al Ta. Waartoo Bates debt
sad foreelosora (Sixtr-Orat).
Aaaplto Pompa Ta. iluuaton aad Texaa Ceatral
Bailroad Oompany. damarea (FlttT-Bftli).
A. alcDoneU Ta. Willie Mr Done U. slveies
fSleTeathl. . - '
L. G. Besder. Jr. ts. O. C Etoeaaasa rneelT-
A. J. Robinson va. F. 1. Burkey et ai. oebt
Suits Filed for Homaty Court
(Oeorre Jonas elerk.)
Texas sad teeMana Umber Company vs.- 0.
B. Taraer. appealed froaj luatice esert.
J. i. acHHsar vs. w. u. re
St Si. I
JTDOZ XASTEBSOH QTTTE UL
Suffered sa Attack of Ptonaise
.Poisoning Fronv Oystera. .'f
Judge WintaVn aJasterson suffsrsd an
attack of ptomaine poisoning lgat night
aad as a result was forced to take to his
bed. ..'. -.
His condition was not considered ee
riSns though It is believed that he will
be compelled to remain In bed for a few
The ptomaine poisoning is believed to
have been contracted front sating oysters
oarty last evening. . . ..
. Lasie back comas on aaddenW and is
extremely painful. It la caused by rheu-
matism of the muscles. Quick' relief la
afforded by applying Chamberlain: Iini-
men.t Sold by. ail drugglsta. .
Swwa a Stows AxeUtaothv Hoiartoa.-
E0TJT3 r CH) -VoW
Alt Bail snd Ties Est Bees tsid
' Three-fourths of the ceastrnctloa' work
oa tha South . End exteasioa aaa beea
eompietsd. tha reimrnrter of tha work Is
progrssstng smoothly aad tha ' manage-
ment of the Houston. Elsotrto company is
eonndsnt af having the bow Kna tn op-"
arattoa by Carnival week. ' " ' y
Tho roadbed was computed soaetime
ago a great part af tha two aad one-hail
miles being run through timber. AO ties
and rails have beea laid aad connect ad
with plates but ballasting baa not -yet
beea completed; - The poles for tho tins
have been erected tho entire distance and
about one-half of tha copper trolley wire
with supporting guys has beea atrung.
The switch and connecting curve baa
beea placed at tho end of Fannin street
and construction trains have boon op-
erating over the road for several days.
'WONOeEK BUST. -;
Whoa finished tha axtanslom .win eoa-
neot with tho Waetjnereland Farms toad
a line built by W. W. Baldwin Sr.. vice
president of tha Chicago Burlington and
Qutacy. This Una extends from a point
near tho site of the Rice Institute to Bel-
laire tha latter tha townatu in tho West-
moreland Farms addition. Tha Houston
Electric company : win operate Its ' cars
over thla latter lino the continuous trip
from Houston being about seven and one-
halt miles.. Tho Baldwin road has been
built In accordance with steam road regu-
lations. It Is a well ballasted roadway
laid with heavy rails. . A doable shell
drive parallels and entrance Into Beli-
al re ts through a largo gateway and along
aa avenue dotted wits a profusion of Sow-
ers Tho promoters of the farms and
townslte propose to make tt one of tb
principal suburbs of tho city.
XEZICAJr F0TJJTD DEAD IS BED.
Mystery Surrounds Death of Un-
An unidentified Mexican was found dead
at S14H Milam street yesterday morning
by sirs. Lofflsr who conducts a rooming
house at that address.
According to- tho Inquest testimony
gathered by Juatice Vasmer ' the man
was between 49 and 4S rears old and was
taken to the Milam street address Tues-
day night by two other Mexicans who
paid for hla room and put him to bed.
They then left him and have not been
The body was taken to' tho Settegast
A Kopf morgue where It Is being held
for Identification Justice Vasmer has
not rendered a verdict as he la endeav-
oring to locate the men who put the dead
man to bed. Vasmer said there were no
marks of violence on the body and that
he believed death was due to natural
The dead Mexican bad only thirty cents
on bis person when found and there were
no marks that could aid in his identification.
COTTON CLEAICTQ XAGrXTJTEBY
Will Be Erected' by Southland Cot-
A permit was Issued yesterday by the
city engineer to the Southland Cotton
company for the erection of a machinery
house in the S. M. Williams survey to
cost approximately IZtOO. The building
will be used for cleaning damaged cot-
ton. Another permit was Issued to the
Southern Pacific Railroad company for
the erection of a shed along Its lines tn
Houston to be used by the American
Carbolite Sales company. The shed will
be constructed tn accordance wltn an
ordinance passed by the city council.'
A third permit was issued to the Gulf
Colorado and Santa Fe Railway company
for the erection of a warehouse building
on McKlnney avenue to cost 1750.
Ayer's Hilr Vigor promptly
destroys the germs that ciuse
falling hair. Nature completes
the work. You save your hair
and have a more . luxuriant
growth too. Keeps the scalp
healthy; destroys alt dandruff.
Color the Hair
Your doctor will tell you prtcbely why
W om eachof thefogrcJienU in Ayer's
Hat Vigor. Ask him all about It.
J. fi. Arer On.. IwwaH. Maes.-'
Qw-Y I - j-2 tvill
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Of Cbocclstes sweet sad.
v can t be test
" e riuai I. ;.
'i' TtVi r MOST' -WOKprPfl"-
THINO ABOUT THESE CLOl
THE 1 MOST vOF. INffclU- -
BtUNM.) .lJu'?- -'J w . ''.
PLT raksack THR I M1IXS I f
THE VERT BEST WOOLX-Nfl.
: 020 to 035
YcVll (lave to Hurry!
CeaiTla tie Lamps
!' . t. i
A lsrge shipment just received sod
they sre going fast Get one now.-
: THo. whUs they last S3J50 to 57. j
l i The Eta SJ.cs r - 211 drollm i
We Have pni Display
. ' A full line of Buggv and Auqlmb-
bile Robes at pop
' Buggy lamps In nickel brass
and gunmetal. Won't you- call
and see them? '.!S.
L. H. Burks Son
10S-T TRAVIS ST.. HOUSTON TEXAS
Hand Wrought i
Metal Parts ft
Are the only kind we employ In our -carriage
repairing.. That means strength
an I durability' We either repair your
carriage right or not at all. If you want
to know more about our work ask those
who have employed us. What they will
tell you will probably result in your hav-
tng ua do all your repairing hereafter.
. ' W do the best rubber tire work tat tha
tlodel Carriage Ca'
MTUaC AND COMMEB
HOUSTON HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL
For the conaeientloua Homoopathlo trSatmsnt ef Medical Surgical and Nerv-
ous Discs sea. . Spaeial departmont far Alcohol and Drug Addictions. AH
latest facilities for hydro and slactro-thtrapy. Massage Bath (home oonv
forts) electric elevator modern operating' room; graduate nurses. For par-
ticulars and rates call or address A : v
DR. HARLAN TRASK
SUITE 38S MASON BOtLbma ' . ; HOUSTON TEXAS
OrnCE AFT BOSPTAL PHOMXi FBCSTOR39SS
CUT K3" CEFOKE BAD WEATHER
ARD WHILE PRICES ARE LOW.
RICE & COLES PHONE TRESTON 137
aiQnas. and' iMlemeBis
We have bought from the Salvage Company the small ;
portion of our stock which was affected by wattJr only
in our basement from recent adjoining; fire and we will
offer for Sale Today at 10 a. in. a variety jot wagons :
and implements at prices that are . :s ; - - ' k
Only a Fraction of the Gripe! Piico
An unusual opportunity for. purchasing new goods - t '
raA--l-; a We have a numberjof 2TWheel Carts In this stoclcV
' VI A...M mm wa aw
1 . Here's a chance to get one cheap. ft
NOTt These goods are st the Wagon Yards In the rear of the Uscatee: Hotel.
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