The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 45, Ed. 1 Monday, May 8, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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THlABIMPf JtEPOJmDL AHUM TSXAI.
U'l B i ' (' .4 .1' i ."' -L" ' 'JIL
At the Close o
STATEMENT OF THE
The Guaranty Trust
Of Abilene at the Close oj Business
May 1st 1916.
Stocks and Securities $ 02413.60
Real Estate . . . 1979474
Cash.and Exchange ......
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Loans lt....jtf.A.. X. 5241907
Furnmire antrixtures. 5665.10.
Real Estate JT. J. . 8149.21
Inteest in Aiarantyyund a 3719.65
Stacks anfiecuriti 9s . . .. 3100.00
Cash an Exchange 90939.34
Surplus and Undivided
Deposits ... 444455.72
Undivided Profits 12007.29
Bills Payable . 5040500
Officers of.Both Institution
& B BYNUM . . President
OSCAR PARKER Active V. President
W. H. FREE ....... Cashier
Itfrtorg of Ioth Institutions
J H. COUCH
j. Y HOWERTON
a W GILL
COWBOY HCOIIT TULLS OF
FIGHT WITH VlfcliJOB A3D1TS.
By Tho Associated Press. .
DOttQLAS. Arizona. Mrly G Cbas. E
Tracy a cQjvboy 'who Iwb been chief
scout With Col. George A. Dodcl In
command of tho American advanced
forces who 1ms been hero on a two
weeks leave of absence gives a gra
phic account of the manner in which
Col. Dodcl with 170 men of the 7th
Cavalry routed 200 VHIistas April 22?
After a aulck march tho American
Irtaoldiers charcpil the handita flchtlnc
thorn from 4:30 p. m. until dark. Tho
POLICE METHODS AT
By TJw As80clted rreBS.
NJw YOUR May 6 In front of tho
"grandstand on Fifth Avchuo whllo
spectators were watching a demon-
stration of pltco methods a police of-
ficer wha was playing the part of
highwayman ih a hold-up train rob-
bery was shot in tho head by a de-
tective who apparently thought tho
hold-up was real The supposed
highwayman Lieutenant Christopher
Hellly after snatching a police ma-
tron's hand-bag was playing fhe part
of. a shop-lifter and had been pursued
by a patrolman and surrounded. Whllo
tho police were pretending to over-
power tho highwayman the detective
nfnhed in and fired at Ueilly tho bul-
let passing through his chin and lips.
The detective Was placed under ar-reBt.
' POLICY TOR BRITISH
Dy Tho Associated Press.
LONDON May C Addressing his
constituents at Conway Wales this
afternoon David Lloyd George min-
ister of munitions defended hia policy
for compulsion. He declared that it
had nover been said that Gfeat Brit-
ain could raise at many soldlcrB as
Franco. This ho said was impossible.
France supplies steel coal and mu-
nitions to all of tho Allies and makes
possible tho maintenance of the great-
est nay? In tho world he satd.
There however was n considerable
margin for getting men If tho need
nrlse for Increasing tho army
Women 4moro and moro were com-
lnB Into tho munitions work. There
are nearly 300000 women engaged .in
tasks which before tho war btf&n
could never hajffc. seen wo5 cap
able of hand!
njf mM-mimimn tnr It nfl
HI ATtM ! U &V. .IMTV
tttlnatiiK atilH source
It Is n
ales the bile
nnd you gel
ular stool and only occas-
wlll you need It. An excellent
medicine. 50c At Druggists adv.
r a rd for WiUon.
Special to Tho Reporter.
tlAIRD. Texas. May 6-In Precinct
Convciitlon hero tho admlnlqtratlon. of
liow l. ju. uiiui unim mu lT. . . -.
Americans used two machine guns. Col.l n?w """ r" J?":."'.
Tracy although G4 years 0f.ue'eBa.B w "."Jf1 ""W
Dodd said Tracy although Gl years
age is a. wonder. Ho is alwayB in
the lead of his tnen and in the thlckpst
of tho flglitlng. Ho travels more than
any man under him.
ALLi:m:n cattle thievka
TO UK IlKOUtillT TO TIIK U. S.
By Tho Associated Press.
LAREDO Texas May 0 The oxtrn
dltlcn from Guerrero. Mexico to tho
United States whs ordered today to bo pa1
were instructed JowbTo
jT jfc I
Imndc of Martlnlno do Leon and Juan
Garcia alleged horao thieves who have
jbcpn wanted In Texas for some tlnxv
'The Extradition order Is tho result of
a conference last fall between Gov.
JLuIb Cabcllcro of the Stato of Tamaull-
nnti nnd Gov Jninos E. Ferguson of
.Texas wjien an agreement was reached
yrpnuuiK tor inesc procecuinga wiui-i
cut recourse to -wnslilngton
m Mg jm
Juafwifd aro 1
ahr arrtflfl. ItOo
cJM tha cfeia anu
i Attack uT
ely to turn
tment of Ur.
thes the cough
helps break up
crlppe. Its already prc-
. no mixing or fusulng. Just ask
your druggist for a bottle of Dr. King's
Now Discovery. To-sted and trlod for
ovo 40 years. adv
SNUFF IMITIXa ISXT
MIFJb' TO IIUEAK EXdAGrMEXT.
Or Tho Associated Press
FORT WORTH Texas. May C In
a decision handed down tlus aitcrnoon
"I want wklfl ask for I
I knqw wMt h wouldi
mean to- go homo without
iu Mother won't til
chanepe slws aura.
Calugiet sure pi II
wholesome tatv A
lags ot ppijtlvjmnU
tferm rculu oWArity
I and ecoporny. Mfu try
Jay aside your
favorite brand one?
and you'll never jjo
bick to $ Calu-
met is the world's
twst Hiking Ton--
der-r-tt s mckleiy
ate in pnee."
l i- ut ia
the Second Court of civil Appeals held
that BnJtf dipping Isn't enough to
break an engagement with a woman.
Tlo court sustained a $5000 breach
of profnlso buR against Lawuon Daker
of Wlso County by Miss Leo Parrlsh.
UPRISING IN SUDAN
AGAINST THE BRITISH
JAYS BERLIN REPORT
Dv.Tbtf Associated Prcsa.
JBERLIN May C An uprising
UKUHiHi iuu nriiiaii in auuiui iu rupur-
ted in dispatches from Constantinople
to the Overscan Nowh Ageucy.
All Dinar the Irman or Darfour with
a force of troops and 8.000 camels is
said to be marching against the Ilrit-
sit in northern Sudan.
The Urhish arc retiring hastily to-
ThojConBtantlnoplc report states
thatfll Dinar has proclaimed a Holy
War against tho Rritish and he intends
sTco-operate with Suenessul tribes-
ion against the Dritlsh in tho cam
1'OhHl'Ilt.U'Y TO HIIIP
AKMS TO MEXICO CIIAIUSE1I
Dy Tho Associated Press.
SAN ANTONIO. Tex. May ti. Gov-
ernment officers here aro searching
for two men one an American and
the other a Mexican who are believ-
ed to-be Implicated In large shipments
of munitions from the United States to
Mexico. Wkilo Information was not
given officially as to the- shipments
it is said to bo tho Diaz agents In
southern Mexico and that .between
75.000 and 3.000000 rounds of ammu-
nition and about S.00Q rifles have al-
ready been shipped.-
Other lurge shipments are In the
course of preparation and the orders
are being made by agents of the rev-
olutionary movement in Mexico It is
said According to the information in
the hands of federal officers it ap-
pears that bhipments of munitions are
moving In small lots to various bor-
der points but tnat larger shipments
liave been made by water from points
on the Gulf of Mexico Louisiana and
fClMapsAd blircsn Baking Powdctudo not
say you paocfy. Calumatdoa it's Puri
$d Car upri a soar nUr and totU.
J'KIZE HO.IT TO MAZATL.VS
I By The Associated Press.
MAZATI4AN Mex 5Uy 6. uy ttaawt
to San Diego. The Rainbow a Brit
ish ship brought the niut.t schooner
Ignore to a pobttion op ai??aua om-
side the three mile ItaiU as a. prl
and after landing the passengers aui
crew wtth. the exception ot the cups
taux and th pursur. a)iof whom were
Mexicans sailed off uojtfcwest w!
According to the Lswtf. pasaen-
gerB. the- capture wajf effected' May
3 all Cape CorrlnUs.- Amu( a week
ago the Rainbow captured as a. urilv
in the Gulf of California the power
schooner Oregon ownfd by the Crow-
Ivy Launch & Tow Boat Company ot
in MPIfOraMHW (JU MM
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ED. S. HqQHEIS P HKNR.Y JAMES Cashier
F. W. JAMES VJJrcsidcnt V- R. KEEBLE Asst-Cshi
CONDENSED STATEMENT? F
Farmers & Merchants
Of Abitene Tfexas
' At 'tike el
i business Monday
Loans and Discounts ." $072583.28
Bank Building and Fixtures ........: 11 r300.0O
Other Real! Estate .. 4 :.: 2C5.511.64
U. S. Bonds 101000.00
Other Bonds :.: 13205.42
' 'Fed Reserve Bank Stock 4500.00.
---f)uc from U. S. Treas . ..$ 3j500.00
Diie from other banks
and in vault 475170.05
TOTAL '. .$1307979.99
Capital Stock ....;... $100000.00
Surplus and Profit f 73443.94
Rediscounts i .....: NONE
$ills Payable ; . NONE
Other Borrowed' Money NONE.
Other Deposits ..... ... . . . 28979.15
TOTAL. . . .. ;........... $1 307979.99
' The above Stateiien1is correct
HENRY JAMES Cashier
hrcrem in luliwiiul Deposits
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