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a 2 4 5 6 7 TEXAS INDUSTRIES, CHARTER OF THE DAVIDSON INGRAM INGRAM LUMBER CO. FILED. CAPITAL HALF MILLION. Two Rio Grande Border Companies Formed—A Timpson Company to Manufacture Handles. Austin. Tex The following chart era ; were issued Monday: ! Davdleon-Ingram Lumber Company of Trinity and Tyler; capital wtm-k ; $500,000 Incorporator*»: 1- Davidson, j G. M Sou man of Houston, L. K lug- r;wu of IVmford. porators: W ohosn e, X 11 T. C Link. Felix (Martinex, John M. Wyatt, S W (ìalbraith and J 1*. Hall- khan, all of Rl Paso. Rio Grande Supply Company of Kagfe I'ass; capital sttX'k $25,000. In- corjsirators W. A. Burnett, T G j 0<«>rge, T A Ifcivldsotv, S I’ Simpson Union 1 rou and Bra. s Woiios of l*.i i*MO ca i dock $50,000 incur ! ] ! .1 Harris, A. Cour- Nations, ,1 li House, S ii ; ................... • ' 1 'n- i and F lk*Ush, all of Hagle Pass Ionio; capitai «toek $20,000. Incor («orators Charles I, Nash, V. \ Petty Petty and R. .1 Fitzgerald, all of San Antonio Timpson Handle Company of Timpson; Timpson; capital stock $10,00«. incori sir a tors It II Fory, 1. Llrh v and L \ Tyler Tie* Modei'n Milling and Manufae turing eompanv «»f Waxahachie filed an amendment to Its charter Increasing Increasing its capital stock from $»>«,000 to. $100,000. } The Amber Petroleum C<wnpany Of! i d*.itt, burg, wflt.h a capital Kt*s'k <>f $125,00«, was granted a permit to do busine ss in Texas.