The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 316, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 11, 1915 Page: 2 of 10
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TO ABILUmt HEFORTI1R ABIENB TXAl.
Stitamtt tf tkt
First State Bank
& Trust Company
Loans . MJ. ..... $437014.37
Overdrafts . . . . NONE
Furniture ancr Fixtures ... ".. 6021.10
Kal Estate .. 992596
Stocks 2i'A Securities . ... . ... 79830.33
Interest in Guaranty Fund 2622.61
Bills of-Exchange (Cotton) .... 4926.32
CASH & SIGHT EXCHANGE! . 147179.27
Capital .!......... . .'. .$200000.00
Surplus & Undivided Profits . . 33778.60
Unearned Profits ..... . . . 3681.91
Bills Payable ........... 55000.00
DEPOSITS . . . . 395059.45
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TOTAL ..;...: $687519.96
E. B. BYNUM ..... President
OSCAR PARKER . .Active Vice President
J If. COUCH ............. Vice President
W. II FREE . Cashier
E. aHONEYCUTT ..... Assiitant Cashier
COL. S. L. NEELY
HAS A BIRTHDAY
Completed 3at Year's Residence In
Ablene Thursday; Proud of it
KXKRCtflK BfcXEFUlU TO
Strength Often May Up (Jnlned by .lit-
dlclous ActtUtj oh Part of
Col. s. I N'eely of the Taylor Conn
ty Vidette completed his thirty-first
year'8 residence in Abilene Thursday.
Tliirty-ono years ago Thursday ho came
to Abilene from Ucll county where he
worked on the old Helton JoUrnal-Hc
porter and accepted a position with
the Abilene Reporter. :
Col. Neely came from Tennessee to
Texas and spent about three years In
Uell county. After a residence of sev-
eral years iij Abilene he returned to
Tennessee and conducted a paper
there. Alter a few months the call
of the west got Into his system Bo
Strong that he was forced to sell out
nt n sacrifice and returned to Abilene
tie has not lived tne full 31 years in
Abilene but he has always tlrirled
back here after trying other places as
long as he could stand It. He is n
booster for Abilene who never Urea
and generally has something in tlu
line of Central West Texas patriotism
always on tap.
"Abllene's good enough for inc. I
guess. said the colonel Thursday. "I
have wandered far from home 'a few
times but Abilene always got inu back
again. I'm for it. good nud strong."
NKW AltJlOll PLAIT.
The woman Buffering from the ills
of her sex often Joses ambition and
will riot exert herself in the least her
muscles become flabby her circula-
tion bad and nerves wrerkrd. Another
woman suffering from the same ills
will lay out for herself n system of
convalescent exercises of deep
breathing even before leaving hei1
bed. If the woman will but wrifo Dr.
Pierce at the Invalid's Hotel. Buffalo.
N'. Y. she can get free medlcaLadvlce
in Such rases aho a 100-pjrtfb book
with advice on Hy;lejuL IUrV to care
for the sic
i wontou on!)
' heals in
i The dull
till a breakd
The Xcvy Process It Is Claimed Will
3lnke Large ('mm rselcsj.
Another of the serin of jntpjrl-
ments to determine the resisting mow
er of a certain class or armor wife re
cently produced with extreniylF sat
jsiactory results. Kortiucntii
of this metal ml
It Is also Uri
be maJe Imles
thtabc jlbflcSS to
ssVfo tmT to make .1
Kitecrss in life
health. You lncltlv
pped by poor
ylf cases or poor
niblc is the rea.
be correcti-d hi'
the asnlfitatice 01
litter. It tone.
IpS the digestive
ell the food Is prop-
trength and renewo.'
rslng throimh the en
In th mnjo
cnuse: but th
vigor Is s
The pripiifr tlnict for action Is when
you notiohlu! first symptoms of weak-
ness surhfas loss of appetite head
ache bloating heartburn sour atom-
1 eli. indigestion or coiiHtlpatlnu nud
by resorting to llostetter's Stomach
fitters yoti can help Nature conquer
them. Delay only aggravates mat
tcrp mid prolongs your suffering-.
Take a bottle home with you today
j but ijee (hat the stamp over the nee:
is unbroken. 'Advertising)
In sonic streets of Paris oil still Ih
used as an llluinlunut neither gas nor
electricity having beon introduced.
KING SIGNS NAVAL
REPARATIONS ORDER TODAY
use of Dr.
cription. It is.
has a singleness
irfrtg the disease of
tton and banishes pain.
Its dark clr-
rlng Is bail'
forfi when this
is a tem-
ecaus made without
should not vn'.t
If you are anxious to correc: the do
rangement of the dellrnt" fnnlnlno
organs to overcome lrritabilttv anil
nervousness waste no time but get
Dr. Pierce's Favorite I'rcjjcrlntloti in
llriuld or tablet form this ver.' day at
any medicine ' dealers and tomorrow
you will know that you are on the
hlghwnv to health and happiness.
Write for free t36-pnge book on dis-
eases of women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu-
lute and Invigorate stomach. liver and
OR. COOPER TO BE HEAD
OF' THE LOHGVIEW NORMAL
IXJNDO.V March IV. King CSeorg.
today signud the order of ttreut Urlt-
!alu In council for ;..: . ' reparation
Dr. O. H- Cooper professor of lidu-
cntluti and Philosophy in Simmons
College has accepted the position of
conductor of the I.ongview Summer
Normal. The faculty for the normal
has been chosen and Dr. Cooper has
kueii aftslgned the following subjects:
Psychology Methods School Maunge-
tnPnl History of Education. The date
for the normal Ih to be set by Slate
Tlie following are tljo other mem-
bers of the fnculty;'
Dr. C. A. Lanier. Superintendent
Hchools Henderson. Texas; Physiol-
ogy Trlgonomeiilry. General Hlitory.
D. W. Morton Principal High School
Longvlew Texas- Arithmetic Algebra.
Andrew J. HflltuQs.- Superintendent
Schools. Carthnftesa'ejiasj-. Piano '.tnd
Solid Genmstry TtUias'illiori4. '
O. Hurt Superlntandont Schools.
Timpson Texas; UookkeeiiluK Pon-
manship. Civics C S. History Spell
ing ending. J
A. I. costun. superintendent SuliooU
Glltuor Texas: Composition Oriimmtir
J. X. Siugletary Seicnco Instructor
High Seliool Lohgvlow Texas; Chehi-
fstry. Physics. Physical Ouosraphy
The world's greatest fodinu works
are in I'hlle. having an annual output
or tim.ouu pounas.
Have you considered the r.. '. value
(if it Is possible to estimate It of th"
opportunity v nro offering you in our
subscription campaign? How can you
afford not to tako advantage of thW
great presentation? No oxpeiib to
you. we give frue. a trip witli expense
money tothc Panama-Ciiliforniu Im-
position at Sun Diego and the l'anamn
International Hxposltion at Sun Fran-
cisco. What are you going to do? W.
onlv ask von to securm HiibserlniiotiD
i according to the rules of the cam-
ipalgu. . .
A Home Cure Given by One Who Had It
I It U an unsurpausiixl offer we are
'making in our exposition snbxcriii
.tlirn campaign. SUrt today mid J'-f)ne
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"A Gentle Jury"
A Delightful Farce Comedy.
FRIDAY MARCH 12.
! ADMISSION 15 cents and 25 cents.
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OF
Farmers & Merchants
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
Thursday March 4th 1915
f Loans and Discounts ;..-. . . . . . . . . Jj5462086.96
Bank Building and Fixtures 11500.00
Other Real Estate 20283.58
U. S. Bonds and Premiums . .... 135365.33
Other Bonds and Securities . . . : . . . .; .... 18046.03
Federal Reserve Bank Stock . -. .... .-. . ... 3000.00
Due from U. S. Treas. . . . 3550.00
Due from Federal Reserve and other
Banks and in Vault. 356353.27 359903.27
w'.Kprtai'j-stf - " '''''. 't '. i'-
.- ' total;!; . ; :; z ; v .':;;" -i &. - $ioiolM.7-
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . ..... 59588.18
Circulation i .... . 98550.00 .
Rediscounts ;. . ... . . NONE
Bills Payable V. ............ NONE
Other Borrowed Money NONE
Postal Savings .......... 5949.29
Certificates of Deposits 2729.51
U. S. Deposit ....... t f . 1000.00
Cashiers Checks ...;; 3746.20
Dividend Unpaid '..."...
TOTAL ...' ....$101018517
3?fr&ab.gy-g statement is Csrreet
HENRY JAMES Cashier
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 316, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 11, 1915, newspaper, March 11, 1915; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316825/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.