The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 25, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 6, 1910 Page: 4 of 56
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' ' HOUSTON lAILY; r08T SUNDAY MOKITIn6; FKIJI5UAI?Y; 1U10
OR0ANIZIO FMAUARV 1M
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' W I COCHRAN Oehlar. ' -
W. I. HRRTPORD. -Asst. Csahler
P. I. RUttlkU Aaat. Csshler.
O. L. COCHRAN President.' t '
J. T. COTT Vibe President.
H. R. BtDRIOOfl. Vice President.
Aetir Campaign During; Fast Ten
. Dayi Corralled 70 Hope to Have
Total of 1000 Before Spring-.
A Mcoroua rattipalgn for lie mt-mlTa
ftaa'bccir conducted during ilir nf! two
tracks by tlia Houston ittutni: Imiw
c Mid' within ten days (evenly i.i w mm-
' r have been nirralrd uiul Hi nlt
membership haa now rwlml th
" fnwk. The" leaguo In ii:rti m nrli(t t"
brine; i the inrinbcralup to V"0 l.fr
prlng U well opened mi.! If Kf prrsent
Y rate i malntultied their lu.es will t"ou
fce realised. Some of tlif new member
.'tx-ottfht Into the. taiism- clurtn the pnat
tew day under the wnarate Mock eam-
.algn. In which vriitain 1 held rerpon-
etbl.-for all Mwinps" inn In hi tiUvk
ra an follows:
i Br E. N. Mills: W. K far.llers. Wll-
Ilain 'KelenhuiK. OaktKieu ll.uiston ami
''i ' Henderaon Transportation i-i-n.iniv K.
T. Gllck. Carlton A. Admit. V.
tnson. W. p. Koss. l iiiu l Si tea I I. n-
Ihla Metal Tuhin? company T. and I-1.
Furniture comnanv Ii. H. tnsii coot-
ry R. 8. Mterling. Ko'wrt i.inds.-ty r.
H. Jackson J. . Hi ndi !...;.. linlm-a
Hand and Gravel Cfmr.;i . li1 uMon K.lee-
tiica) Appliance comiwuv. U. J. fun-
nlngti&m U. R ilcmuu l.ii:rlr unn-
pany J. M. ilnrnn
i i By Ueorite V. Torrvv: Ruikcn Trut
ompany H. franklin. Oils K. Hamblen.
:W. R. Crainmoml Hi. John R. Lister
'-. J. B. Myera. M i'. C.nvei'. i . V. NeUon.
rDr. TV. H. S. lieier. ilivon tc Dixon W.
. 1 Hill Kernel ly ft Warnkcu Harry pn-
nlnaton company. Lvckctt .V Read. J K.
"Walton Geitrp V. Ar.l't'. Normm t.
. Klttrell Jr. V. R Flckenns Lumber
. oompanv Texa Pridae and Kiu:imeut
eompany Kin -yd. C P. !tr
.." By Guy M. Pryan: A K. r.:ih. Harrow
laimber comply. M. Pivy .1. P
. : By A. K. Di' kson: Trinity River l.um-
v er ccmpHny H.trr- II Jones e.:i::'any
' petnlna-!?tplei Rea't rull:irv. K A.
Connable 1". H. WoH-'tt. T I'kve'.ap.l
W. T. Carter & Br.. H P Kns.-.w. W
T- Carter Lunil'r und 1'ir. dine company.
' By A. 3 Rims. J. v. T! 'el. John f.
Venn K. H Hamilton. V. J AVolf.-r. Alex
Went Ten Bounds to a Draw.
(.1iS.'. Uf.-J P. !. 1
MILWAUKEE. 'February 4 -Mike Sul-
: r llvan of Boston and Jimmy f labby of
v" Qfllwaukee. welteraeleht: fousht a 0-
round io-declsion bout before the Na-
tional Athletic club here tonicrht. Both
- men flplshed strong and the newspaper
men decided ihe contest a draw.
HOUSTON" HIVE No. 5S. Ladle of the
' Uaccabees. lll celebrate their annlve.---
' aary Saturday evenlnp. pebruary li at
Odd Fellows' hall. All Maccabees cor-
- dlally Invited.
The Wash Suit Display at the Boys'
Store the past week created quite a
conversation among the mothers who
love dainty fashions for the little fel-
' lows. The new arrivals each day add
more attention to the seemingly complete
Style Show of Boys9 Wash Suits
Men's E.SVf. si Only at Mis-
Ctat Shirts I trit-Mums
The Texas Loan & Guaranty Co.
w lcDS MORTGAGE LOANS EXCLUSIVELY ARseC"T?eLD
Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business Jan. 31 1910
Notes and" Mortgages Receivable 1193.390 07
Furniture and Fixtures 459 78
t'ksh on hand 7616 hi
Capita! Stock ...$154910 00
Surplus 15.491 00
1 ndivided Profits less an 8 per cent dividend taxes and ex-
penses paid 10767 63
Contingent Accounts Payable 384 37
Cash Received on Installment Subscriptions 1813 60
Registered Debentures Outstanding 18000 00
This Company has well secured real estate notes made primarily for its own
investment that are offered to net the purchaser 6
OFFICES Chronicle Building HOUStON TEXAS
South Texas National Bank
U. S. DEPOSITARY
Capital Surplusand Profits . $834490.04
Cash. -. ........ . . . $1907081.11
Reserve . . . . . 46 Per Cent
From "Statement to the Comptroller of
the Currency January 31st 1910."
MINOR 8TEWART President. GUY M. BRYAN Vlca President.
HOUSTON TITLE GUARANTY CO.
Million Dollar.. Owner Houaton Abatract Company.
S. W. PHONE PRESTON 410.
GUARANTEES LAND 1ITLES AND LIENS ANYWHERE IN TEXAS
. Ja. A. Baker. Baker. Botts. Parker & Garwood Lawyers.
. J. 8. Rice President Vr.ion Bank and Trust Co.
W. B. Chew Prttidem Oonvner'-tal National Bank.
V Chase Dillingham. President South Tesas National Bank.
J eat. H. Jones. President Texas Trjs'. Co
W. E. Richard. President American National Rank.-
" Minor Stewart. Vic President Title Guaranty Co. of Galveston.
: E. B. Parker. Baker. Botta Parker & Garwood. Lawrm.
Ouy M. Bryan Vice President Lumberman National Bank.
Save a Good Deal
By opening checking accounte with this bauk and paying bills with
checks inUad of cash. The plan is well worth trying. Come in
and talk to us about it. '
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
HOUSTON TEXAS. '
Surplus (earned) S25.000.00
W. E. RICHAKDS 1'resident F. W. VAUGHAN Csshisr
The Commercial National Bank
Capital and Surplus-
One Million Dollars
With adequate facilities this bank renders
. steady service to its patrons. '
- "always commercial"
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
Makes a specialty of- high
grade investments. Has un-
usual facilities for securing
and investigating investments.
If you want something first-
class try it.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
4 Per Cent on Time Deposits
Phone Preston 740.
Corner Main St. and Texas Ave.
The First National Bank of Houston
Houston Texas February'3 1910. . ;
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS:
With the. view of offering our many patrons and friends"
every facility consistent with conservative banking methods
that might be obtained by patrons of other conservative banking
institutions in the larger olties of .the oountry our Directors
at a reoent meeting unanimously deoided to hereafter pay a : .
reasonable rate of interest on Time Deposits to those who might
eare to avail themselves of such.
No Interest will be paid on open accounts but on-.
'Certificates of Deposit only. Such Certificates ef Deposit shall
read PAYABLE ON DEMAND and may be eashed by the owner at any
time desired but providing that if the deposit is left three
months interest at the rate of 2 per annum will be paid there
on and if left six months interest at the rate of 3 per annum
will be paid. ' ' . .
This facility is offered and extended alike to all of
our patrons and friends whether the amounts be large or small
and this public announcement is made simply in order that all
of our depositors may be thus advised.
- . . .
It shall be our polioy in the future as it has been
in the past which is covered by a period of forty-four years of
successful banking to adhere strictly to those fundamental
policies of conservatism that should at all times prevail in.
every first-class banking institution; at the same time; extend
to our patrens every facility and liberality that we ean con-
Very respeotfully :
. T. SCOTT
Vice President. u
Your attention is invited to statement of our conditi
as shown belov under date of last call from the Comptroller
the Currency January 31st 1910.
Loans and discounts time $.3649115.90
Loans and discounts demand 586619.59 $4235735.49
United States Bonds par 1000000.00
Other bonds stocks securities etc '$6298.00
Banking house 650000.00 4
Other real estate 10000.00
Cash on hand 323.275.97 -
Cash with other banks 1309727.83 . i ' i .
Cash with United States Treasurer 50000.00 ? 2483.003.8Q
Tani'tal ltnrk 5 Paid in $300000.00
wpi i From earnings 700000.00 $1000000.00
Surplus fund from earnings. 250000.00
Undivided profits net 20620.16
Reserved for taxes 2000.00
Individual deposits 3977197.84 .
Bank deposits 1895219.29 5872417.13
Condensed Report to the Commissioner el Banking of the
UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
At the close of business January 31 1910s
Condensed Statement of the
Harris County Bank & Trust Co.
As shown on Official Call January 31 1910. by State Banking Department
Loans and discounts....! 93498.77
Banking House and Fix-
Cash In Vault and Banks 71261.70
Capital Stock 8 60.000.00
Undivided Profits 1576.38
It is good financial experience for a young man or
woman to have a checking account and pay all bills by
check. It gives one greater efficiency in the handling
of funds. Accounts subject to check arc invited.
Lumbermans National Bank
Capital and Surplus $800000 00
Loans and Discounts . . .. $4054433.47
Cash and with Other Banks . . 3194.183.63
Real Estate Furn. and Fix. .. 92731.91
Many people of moderate means fail to save be-
cause they are under the i repression that banks
do not care for small accounts. This Bank
gladly receives Pavings Accounts as low as One
Pol ar and ejtends equal courtesy and consid-
eration to all.
Deposits . $6523407.64
Capital Paid In 500000.00
Surplus and Profits 317.941.37
H. . TJHXEJr. Vict ff.lii.rt
M0. NAMIHII. Vict Prcsitfcaf
. S. KIU. PntUtwt
DiWITT C DIMM CMthltt
W. 0. COOLir. Aul. Cr
Msln n4 rrawkim
Houston Land & Trust Co.
(Chartered 1876. Without Banking Privileges.)
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $600000 00
RESOURCES OVER $1600000 00
This institution la not engaged in banking but instead makes a
Hpecialty of the essential features of a trust company. It offers Its
service to the public which will be found equal to the best
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
O. L. Cochran Pres.
R. E. Paine Vice-Pres.
P. B. Timpson Vica-Prea.
W. S- Patton Seo'y. and Tress.
O. L. Coehran Q. F Arnold P. B. Timpson W. M Rice and
R. E. Paine.
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