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TOE ARGUS, SATURDAY. . SEPTEMBER 11., 1909.
HOUSTON.- TEX ASP
l,ahd ; Company of &
Announces the opening of offices at 416 Safety Building, this city, and
Monday will offer for sale lots in
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Sub-Division of Houston f
"This property adjoins the GOVERNMENT SHIP CHANNEL at PORT HOUSTON, and lays between the ship channel proper and the main part of the city, being directly between the two points of great development now
going on, and within the, city limits.
Street car service directly through thd property affords quick transportation to any part of the city at a five-cent fare. '
Sixteen lines of railroads, including both the Hill and the Harriman systems, center at Magnolia Park, where they will meet the great ocean-going vessels. Immense wharfage and docks arc now being
The government ship channel has 18y2 feet of water from the turning basin to the high seas, and is being further deepened to 25 fect.
The city of Houston is spending $250,000 building free wharves to prevent monoply of the wharf frontage. . ;
MAGNOLIA PARK is splendidly adapted for both residential and business property. It lays beautifully, being perfectly drained and covered with beautiful shade trees. The company is improving thestreets
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Values are rising faster on this property than anywhere in America at this time. Acreage adjoining has quadrupled irf price wilhing the past 18 months. The Hill interests have just bought a tract of 81
acres at $2,250 per acrp, which sold for $600 per acre about 18 months ago. This is as high as our property figures by the lot. '
$5.00 Down Secures a Lot. $5.00 Per Month Carries It
No Taxes Till 1912. No Interest at All. Free Life Insurance to protect you while you are paying for it, tells the story.
Beside all this the company will pay all expenses of a trip to Tcxai for an inspection of the property, and make the sale subject to approval. Is this not fair enough?
Officers of Magnolia Park Land Company:
J. R. CHEEK, President.
M. 0. KOPPERL, Vice President.
M. S. WALLER, Secretary."
Capital Stock, $300,000, fully paid.
Assets, over $750,000.
Any bank- in Houston.
For Further Information See E. F. GODFREY, Resident Agent, 416 Safety Building, Rock Island, Illinois.
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TWO LEADERS IN W; C. T. U. WORK
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MISS KATHRYX S. SAWYER,
State Supt-rintuncU-ut of Fair Work. -
by means of serving dinners and lunch
es and ice (ream. Also by having a
clu cking room or day nursery. This
wo! k ha'sgi I'vfi large and important.
ISy this means we have reached people
M US.. ELIZABETH WALLACE,
Stiito Sui i lut ml.-n t of iMv Krifiirct.--
who hiive not thought r'oiik tin; lines
of ibis rtforni. and thuii Ket in motion
influences , Whose . le'sults cannot bo
measured. -V". . : i ' .
TJ.ith Miss Sawyer and Mrs. Wallace
are prominently identified with thu
Moik of the Woman's Christian Tern
perance 'mion in Illinois, ami they will
lie present at the state convention of
th: union to be held in Rock Island
tile first week in October.
Mi.s Sawyer has written ihr follow
ing concerning the work of her de
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"The fair department of the W. C.
T. U. aims to carry the gospel of tern
pcranee and purity to the people. We
Keek to reach and interest men, wo
men and children who are not in our
organization :-and t arouse and edit-
-for an : upset. stomach, hic
coughs, a sick headache, con
stipated bowels, or a' bilious
attack is secured by using
Sold Everywhere. la boxes 10c and 25c
eaie our own. members . by means of
i he spoken word, the printed page and
the deed of kindness.
"Agricultural fairs, state, county,
town and village are features of our
national life. They bring together peo
ple from remote country homea, from
busy villages, and from great cities.
Ail ages, occupations and conditions
are represented. Each person is eager
for new sights and sounds; for new
thoughts and possessions.
"This makes our opportunity. It be
comes our pleasure to spread knowl
edge of our mode of work and to im
press upon the people our principles,
in order that lives may be Opliftedand
society safeguarded. It is our duty to
help make these fairs morally clean,
through the exclusion of everything
degrading. By intelligent, faithful ef
fort these great gatherings may he
held toy their original purpose of edu
cating and benefiting their patrons. :
"The W. C. T. U. should keep house
upon every fair ground in a rest tent
or a booth. When possible "a meeting
is held every day, with a lecture, song
service or services of brief "speeches.
Literature is distributed abundantly.
Pledge signing and securing new mem
bers is a part of our work. Money si
often made for the temperance work
Your complexion a6woll as your
temper lsrendered miserable by a
discorded HvVr. -Ry taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can improve both. Sold by all drug
gists.;.;...; Y 1 ; '' . ; V
B. G. M. CLUB IS TO
HOLD FIRST MEETING
Itoys of Y. M. (. A. Are to llesmue
Siml:i Afternoon Session With
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:lii the first
15. O. M. meeting of the season will be
hi Id in the chapel of the Y. M. C. A.
The officers who had charge of the as
sociation last year, wjll conduct the
first meeting, so that the boys may ob
tain an idea of the nature of the work.
There will be three speakers on the
program, and a musical program' will
be given by some of. the older mem
bers.,.. 'Hie addresses will be as fo!
lows: ... ,. .' 1...
"A: Problem in Addition" R.." C.
Smedley, general secretary.
"What Hoys Have Done" Harry
"What IJoys Can Do' A. D. Her
man, boys' secretary.
Arthur Lundeeii. who was president
of the club last year, will have chargo
of the meetlpg. and Norman Kerr, who
was secretary last year, will be at the
door to welcome the boys and obtain
their names. Those who will furnish
the music are Olaf Jonassen, piano.
Waldo Schoessel, cornet, and Stanley
Ege will lead the singing. The meet
ing is only open to boys who are 12
years old or over. Any boys who are
younger are requested not to attend,
as arrangements are being made for a
meeting for thetn if they so desire it.
Plans for socials and. the schedule
for gymnasium work will fee announced
Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock the
regular meeting of the melt's bible
class will be held, and after the meet
ing tlu; fellowship lunch will be served.
IN THE CHURCHES.
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Cleat Life." Evening. "A Prayer fr
McKinley Itaptist church, corner
Tenth street and S!th avenue. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school at 12:15. Young People's
society at C:u0 p. m.
Sacred Heart Romin Catholic,
Twenty-eighlh street and Fifth avc
itie. Rev. J. F. Lockney, pastor. Mass
t 8 and 10:30 p. m. Sunday tchool
at 2 p. m. Vespers at 7:3n p. m.
St. Paul's Belgian Roman Catholic,
Twenty-fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half
avenue. Father Leon Van Stau
on pastor. Mass at S and 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at i.
St. Mary's Get man Catholic, corner
at Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
3treet, Father Adolph Geyer, pastor.
Mas at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner
Sechnd avenue and Fourteenth street.
Dean J. J. Quinn, pas toe Mass at
7:30. 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. Vespers
it 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:10
Salvation Army Barracks. 120 Seven
' nth street. Captain A. Scbasse and
Lieutenant Williams officers in charge.
Services as follows: Praise meeting at.
3 p. m. Junior meeting and tiDle
class at 4 p. ni. and salvation meeting
at 8 p. m.
Y. M. C. A Corner Nineteenth
street and Third avenue. Men's meet
ing at :;:3ti p. in.; B. G. M. club meet
ing at 2:15 jj. m,
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Twenty-lhlid street, between Seventh
and.'inth avenues. Services at 10:15
a.m. Sunday school follows morning
Wrest End Sunday school, 700 Sixth
street. Sunday school at 2:30 p. tu
Prayer meeting Friday evening a
30. V B.. Barker, superintendent
Christ's Home Mission, 2202 Third
avenue. Services at 7 p. m.
.lesus Christ Latter Day Sainf.s
(Mormons). R. W. Pinney, presiding
tlder. Sixteenth avenue, between Ssv.
enth and Eighth streets, Moline Sun
day school at 2 o'clock. Preaching ser
vices at 8 o'clock.
Music at First Methodist.
The following musical program will
be given at the union services of the
Broadway Presbyterian and the First
Methodist churches tomorrow evening.
The services are iu honor of Rev. R. B.
Wiliams, who completes his eighth
year as pastor here:
Organ voluntary Miss- Xofteker.
Solo. "The Ixrd Is My Light" (Tllit-
son) Mrs. Edla Lund.
Responsive reading, Psalter 40. t
Sermon Rev. W G. Oglevee. '
Duet, "The Lord Is My Light
(Buck) Mrs. A. E. Williams, Thomas
Remarks by the pastor.
LOCAL FIRM GIVEN
Allen Myers & Company to Install
Plumbing anil Kindred Work
. in Kobinsou Plock.
All. mi. Myers & Co. have been awari
ed the contract for installing the ne.v
steam heating apparatus, plumbing,
gas fitting and sewer work in tie
liojinion building, second avenue and
Eighteenth street. The work contem
plated includes new boilers of the
most modern type and the plant being
built as a Paul vacuum system. Tao
plumbing fixtures are also of the latest
design in solid porcelain and the toilei
rooms will have marble wainscoting
and tile floors, the whole making 'rs
fine and " modern a piece of work as'
any office building in the country.
Iowa Postoffice Robbed.
Des Moines, Iowa. Sept, 11. Rob
bers early today broke into the post
office it Cambridge, Iowa.-dynamited
the safe, and made away with $3'0 i
t.tampcj and money. ' "...
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PAIN IN CHEST.
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If you have
of the LitHe Tablets
and the Pain is Gone.
They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
Never Sold in Bulk
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