Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 350, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 28, 1910 Page: 4 of 12
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FIRST DISPLAY OF NEW FALL GOODS
New Fabrics For Fall Dresses First Shippment Ladies Tailored Suits
Ladies Tailored Suits
Tnko a look ht our now tailored
milts In our window many of tho
now fall atylcfl aro. well fonturcd
In them. Our former roputntlon
for itndcrsolllng now and stylish
suits will 1)6 shown Wo prlco
$19.50 up to
Come and See the New Tl
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that have just arrived at The Abilene Dry Goods Company. The first shipment
Tailored Suits are beautitui. We are not asking fabulous prices tor tnem eitner as m
do for early tailored suits. Every one is in line with Fashion's dictates.
The New Dress Goods Silks and Ladies neckwear are elamratl aMbeautil
Come and let us show you the early new st
wv GiUBjupra cnninurnyH Per
cales ttcoo8 mrd beautiful Chov-
lotStaWTtlngs Ltncnos ivnd almost
concolynblo fall fnbrld for
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All Summer Goods are Still BlWglSacrificed
Ladies and Childrens Oxfords are being ;soldat.asacri-
' flee and the opportunity
to buy such bargains will soon be past.
i Price on Ladie&nd Men s Suits Here is the last op-
' portunity to buy
ladies summejsuits price. Men's 2-piece suits price
First Showing of Ladies
Beautiful Dress Fabrics
For Early Fall Dresses
Members of Congress Worst Offenders
3foxt to Tainmnny Democrats
Flagrant Lenders Rebuked.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2C The fight
"which has just been rando In Georgia
against the renomlnatlon of those
members of Congress who went out
lo Speaker Cannon In tho memorable'
struggle of March 15 1909 to llboral-
izo the autocratic rules of the Houso
Is tho first sorious and partially suc-
cessful effort of tho voters in a Demo-
cratic Stato to cleanse the" partyof-the
Recreants Called to Account.-
Next to tho Tnmmany-controiled
Democrats ot New York the Geor-
gians were the worst offenders In tho
performance that insured to Speaker
Cannon absolute mastery of legislation'
in the House for two yours longer six
or tho eleven Georgia Representatives
going over to Cannon under the lead-
ership of Fitzgerald of New York.
With the exception of Drantloy all
of the recreant Georgians wore called
to account by tho voters for their ac-;
lion and two of the most flagrant of-
fenders and i heretofore most honored
members Representatives LIvingstqn
and Howard lost their seats' in Con-
gress. The determination of tho voters to
Tellove theso men of their politicnl
trust was so gront that tho plea in
lichalf of Representative Livingston
that as ranging Democrat on tho Im-
portant House Committee on Appro-
priations ho' would he in lino for tho
chairmanship of that committee should
tho noxt House ho Democratic availed
not. Tho voters of Livingston's dis-
trict roso superior to tho tempting luro
that -was held out to. them which was
a bright picturo as to what Mr. Liv-
ingston might grab off for tho poble
stato of Georgia as chairman of the
iroirnrd Carried Handicap.
Representative William M Howard
was handicapped by his roputation
or being a "White Houso Domocrat"
Jn addition to his part In tho Fitzger-
ald desertion to Cannon. and the
strategic advantage in a foray on the
Treasury in behalf of his district that
Is. supposed to llo with a Congress-
man who can bo equally at homo In
tho atmosphore of thp Taft adminis
tration as In tho Roosovolt influenco
'did not avail Howard any thing.
Tho hard run for their political skirt
that tho other Cannon Democrats of
-Georgia were glvon has probably lioln-
ed to contributo to tho general result
which Is that it will probably bo a
long tlmo beforo another Georgia dole
Cation In .Congress will enter upon
anothor such venturo ub thoy worked
uudor tbo leadership' of Fitzgerald.
Louisiana Next to Georgia.
Next to Georgia Louisiana .Congress
"men sinned most in tho matter of help-
ing Cannon and tho tnrlff-makors but
It Is not expected that Louisiana will
ho severe bn Its statesmen In Con-
KroBH on tlis score
Among tjio twcnty-llu'oo Democrats
"who followed Fitzgoruld Into tho Can-
non camp was Roprosontatlvo Moon
of Tennessee Tennosseo Democrats
lid not take this lapso seriously to
I'-mrt for In duo tlmo thoy commission-
ed Mr. Moon to go forth and repeat tho
performance bv renominating him for
CongroHS In tho sanio way tho Dem
ocrats of the first Florida District'set
their seal of approval on tho deser-
tion of Representative Sparkman
while It is safe to assume that tho
New York Democrats' who took ' or-
ders from Murphy and Keliher Peters
and O'Conncil of Massachusetts and
MoDermott Of. Illinois will not fail ot
renomlnatlon by reason of their de
sertion to Cannon.
Republicans Mnko Progress.
Tho Republican's have mado soma
progress In cleansing tho party of the
Cannon taint Whatever perfidity the
reactionary clement may carry out at
tho polls to encompasB tho dofeat of.
some of tho 'insurgents tho party
speaking in its primaries has taken
care hanpomoly of nearly .all of the
Independent men who last year broke
tlio torrlblo grip of tho Cannon cU-
lie. In addition to1 renominating the
progressives as far as they' have come
up for renomlnatlon the Republicans
hero and thoro have dislodged re-
actionaries and nominated In their
stoad progressives. In Ohio Ralph
Colo; In Iowa J. A. T. Hull chair-
plan of the Committco on Military Af-
fairs and in California McKinloy all
of them formidable reactionary wheel
horses and Cannon lieutenants; have
been retired to say nothing of tho as-
sertion of public opinion in Kansas
that resulted In tho replacing of such
old-time Republican cogs of. the House'
machlno as Sctitt Reeder Cnlderheau"
aim .Miner uy tour nguiing progres-j
Blyes free of tile Cannon taint.
oa a o a a o a o o.a'o a a a n
6 CHlTItGIl ANNOUNCEMENTS .
OOOO.OiJijiJOCiiCiaoao Q q
First Presbyterian Church.
Preaching at 8:30' p. m; Subject: H0
Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Georgo
Hnrris Supt. '
Preaching ntll.o in. "A Savior Who
Young People-at 7:30 p. in.. Miss
Maud Cunnlghnm. .
called tho Blnners.
J. A. Gray Pastor.
First Christian Church.
Cornqr N. 3rd iind Hlrkory "streets.
Communion and preaching ut 11 a.
m. Preaching again at 8:lD.p.- ro.
Bible school opous at 9:30 a. m.
Classes assemble Ut 10. C. W. Bacon
Young Pcoplo's Society o Christian
Endfiavor 7: 15 p m. Miss Alloa Dyorf
Thq public in cordially invited to
worship with ns.
Goo. H Morrison Pastor.
You Don't Buy
with the same frequency that you buy
groceries and'if you buy the wrong kirid
you buy a trouble that lasts a long time.
The essential thing then 'in buying Hard-
ware is' to know that it is good. That
brings you here for the least skillful buyer;
can come here and be sure it is .good be-
causewe make it good..
Boone - fvlueller H'dw.
A cordial Invitation to all to attend
tho services. ' .
St. 1'nnl 3T..E. Clmrcli South
' Sunday school 9:45 a; m.
Preaching at 11 a m
By pastor; and at 8:15. by presiding
Choir practico 8:15 tonight
Let all who aro interested in Sunday
School coniq and be with us in Sunday
school. All are welcome.
J. T Hicks.
Christian Science Society;
Sorvlces Sunday mdrnlng at 11
o'clock K. of P. Hall Pino stroet Les-
son sermon subject "Christ Jesus."
Wednesday evening meeting at 8:30
o'clock same address
Public 'cordially invited.
Church of tlio Heavenly Itest.
nor k :'rd .and. Qrnnga streetH. .
Ro" Ernest Rudd Allmau Rector.
Tho services tomorrow will bo as
Holy communion 7:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer and sermon 11 a m
Sunday school 9;30 a. in. f
First Baptist Church.
9:30 n. in Sunday school.
11:00 a ni. mid 8:15 p. m preaching
by tho Pustor C. C. Coloman
3:30 p jn. Vulloy View and Walnut
Stroet Mission Sunday fcjchuols
7:15 p. in Senior Union.
The Central Presbyterian Church
Will worship nt Fellow's Hall up
stairs over H F Goss grocery store.
Sabbath school .9:45 a. ni J. 'j
Christopher and Prof) Loonoy Buper-
intondents. Pastor will fill tho pulpit at both
sorVIccs. Morning subject: "Tho
Bolf winding man." Evening subject:
"Women of tho Bible." This will bo
tho first in a series of sermons upon
"Women of tho BIblo" Mothers are
urged to hoar theso sermons.
The Cabinet voted to organize an
"Old peoples Choir." Fathers and moth'
ors aro to sing. Bring your envelope
with contributions In full to Sopt. 3.
You aro very cordially Invited to wor-
ship with us. '!
William Thomas Logan' Pastor"
South SIdo Christian Cliurclu
Services nt tho South SIdo Christian
rhurc Sunday Aug. 28t 1910.
BIblo Scdol at 9:45 a.m.
Pi-caolng at J I. lununml Jint 8U6 pj
Subjofit at morning service "Cour-
ago to Go On"
Subject at evening eorvlco "Justi-
fication by Faith;" '
All nnt Invited to nttond each of
these sorvlces. W. E. VlllIaii)8
First Methodist Church.
Tho First Methodist church will haylji
spocjal Borvlcps Sunday and all the
membership Is urged to bo present
and all others who enjoy a good old
Sunday school at' 9:30 S. H. Garri-
son Supt. '
It a. in. Holy Communion and' bap-
tism of chii(ironat the morning hour
the) sermon .will bo on Infant Baptism..
. At tho ojonlng service tho laymen
will bo in phargo of tho service and
will rpnderth'o following program:
Short talks will be made on tho dif-
ferent departments of tho church by
superintendents of ttiosu dopartmonts
ns. follows " . t
Tlio Sunday School S. H. Garrison
Tho Senior Epworth Lengue LowIb
Tho Hine Mission Society Mrs.
S. A. Barnes.
Tho Intermediate League Claud Bal-
Tho Relation Of tho church to tho
pastor H. O. Wobtea.
The P Imnry Department Mrs.
The Honio Department Mrs. Bort-
Tho OIlic al Board Jesse Cannon.
Tho For ign Mission Society Mrs.
I Tho Musio of tho Church H. M.
Tim nhow programme Will consume
one hour pa speakers will use five
minutes eajdi. Tho choir will sing n
anthem atj tho morning hour
thosn who huyent claims upon their
(Jlsewheroaro urged to como and on
Joy tbo services.
. J. W. Fort Pastor.
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Report of the condition of
The Citizens National
Of Abilenei Texas '
A!t theJclose of business June
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Loans and Discounts
U;.S. Bonds at par
Other Bonds '
Banking House and Fixtures
Gash and Exchange and due '
i from. U. S. Treasurer
Surplus and Profits
Deposits : :v
The above statement is correct
"JOE P. GARRISON
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