The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 91, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 28, 1917 Page: 2 of 6
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rt Statement of the
The First State
At the Close of Business June 20 1917.
and Fixtures .... .vC a
Guaranty 1 uncr ... 4
Securities . ..
TCvnhnrifTn . f l.ttl
md IFnclr icied Profits 27
Mfmev .1 . . J . ...
The above slatemenl is correct. '
W. F. FREE Cashier.
Your Business Is
Here you will find the Right Gsods are
sold at the light fricM The Busy
Store Where Business is Booming!
CHANDLER & SCHULTZ GROCERY
XAXV ATT.D OZAKK TRAILS
1'O.NYENTIOX AT AXAKILW)
By The Associated Presa
AMARILLO. Tex.. June 2S. A pa-
Tade from 3 until 6 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon of 5000 decorated au-
tomobiles featured the opening day of
the Ozark Trails convention. Seven
thousand visitors had arrived at noon
and hundreds were pouring in. The
convention proper opons this morn-
ing With a business session
The tent city which was expected to
house the visitors is almost filled and
may prove inadequate to care for the
crowds A trip to Palo Duro canyon
7"E want you to get
T V y
vour batter- (regardless of its make) regularly.
This we do free of
ing the life of your mattery. Should repairs be necessary
we will make them at moderate cost.
Tkt "jCxfce" S srttef uai LigMiBg Btiry
gives you a SBCvice oHwhkliyou can always depend and
at the very Minimum of csst. .
Keawjabcr. U' tke bjticry fhon by tfa U. S. Navy for &ubau-
riot: ftuo fcrUiaadwUtUaistrvlc. That' it tcommm41tMi tiwt'
Tifa ad-Miaue ol our ice cenlec
Fulwikr Electric Co.
by hundreds of autog was one of the
fu.vnioi of imv cotton
SITPLV HE UMSIDEHEI)
LONDON'. June 2j.Tho Centra'
News says it understands the decision
has been reached to appoint a board of
representatives of all the interests If
the cotton industry to control- the sup
plies of raw cotton This decision ac
iording to the news agency was made
as a result of the conference of Sit
Albert Htanley president of the Boar'
of 'trnO and representatives of th
operatives and spinners
Jf. . li
in the habit of letting us inspect
charge thus materially iacr eas
fTI fit LEAGUES
At Fort Worth.
4iMiti.i....iiiit. 4 12 0
Fort Wprth ....! 3 Q
Compere and Kiihn: Whlttaker ahd
Gray. Umpire Hayes .
. At Houston
At Snn Antonio
Shreveport .. 4 9
san Antonio 2 11
Joneiiand Smith linger;
Cook. Umpire Mathews.
faetrolt S 4
Chicago ....ft. ... It 11
Dau$s and Stannce: Qlcotte and
Lynn tftnplres Tallin and Connolly
Detroit 4......2 6 3.
Chlcaco ...... ....... ft f ft
fihmke and Boencert TJanforth nnd
Schalk. Umpires Connolly and Nat
cveland ....... r. v8 0
Davenport Humllton and Boycrcid;
Could Klempcr nnd Dcber. Umpires
Owens and Evans.
Washington .......... .7 13
Boston -. ... 6 0 3
Callla and Henry: Shore ahd Agnow
Umpires McCormick and Dinccn.
R. II. R
Philadelphia ...........3 7 0
New York 1) 1
Meyers nnd Ilaloy; Shawkev and
Nunamakcr. Umpires Illldcbrnnd and
At St. Louts
Chlcaco '..' 1 10
St.Louls -' C 2
Vaughn and Wilson; Ooak and Sny
der Umplreo O'Day and Harrison.
Chicago S C
tSL LouiB C 10
Prondorgast rtnd Elliott; Hortsamn
and Oonzalcs. Umpires Harrison anu
IRoston 3 9
Uraoklvn ....'... .i.i.v. 7 2 3
Allon and Tragrcssor; Pfoffor and
Meyers. Umplros Rlgler and 0h.
R. II. E.
(Philadelphia 2 11
I Ilonton and Rnridon; Lauonclor and
jvillilvi- Uiii'uca uiu"" "m -.
.Cincinnati yf. J C 11
IPIttsbursh J..-S. I B 13 1
Itecan nnd Wlnp: Jatfcus and
Sehmldt. I'nMfires PAron an Quigloy.
Pconlc aro leat-nlngXhat a little
forethought oftonjRe.vey them a big ex-
nenF. Hero is af.iuvtanco- E. W. Ar
chc. Caldwell. CJ writes: "l uo noi
beJlovo that our familt han been wlti
t Chamberlain's Colic. Cholecand
iarrhoea Remedv since no yromone
d keeping house yiarswro. When wo
o on an extenaea yiawe iane u wim
Dallas 4 Pt. Worth L
Shreveport 4 San 'Antonio i
Waco-Houston wet grouudB
Ft Worth at Houston.
Dallas at San Antonio.
Shreveport at Waco.
Standing 01 Tha Clubs.
Dallas . U l
Houston . 49 16
Waco 46 36
Ft Worth 44 41
San Antonio ST 51
Shrevpvrl ........ 5 4Jt
Chicago . Dotro 2-.
Cleveland 8. pU Louis l
Philadelphia X New York 1.
Washington T. Boston C (11
Detroit at Chicago.
St Lotib at Clvktad.
Washington at Phjlagtfikla.
Kaw Tonic at Boatatst
Slauillut' Of The (JInhg.
'Boston . Sf
JEM ABILBKE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAB
Ab!lenc Texas June 26 1917.
My Dear Sir:
With the successful conclusion of
tho two greatest campaigns er'er Inau-
gurated in Amerlca-the Liberty Loan
and Red Cross Fund let us now turn
outattention to the material nnd mor
at uplift of our own city realizing that
it Is quite as patriotic to do our "hit"
at home as abroad. Wo can ho more
let our enthusiasm for the groat caus
es for which we have Just labored
sweep us away from our local duties
than we can afford to pursue selfish
and 1'ttle courses towards tho so
called patrlottc and tecnllniental Wai
Abilene la our Fionre. Abilene Is a
part of this great country. Here we
must dwell. -Hero we must continue
to build a great citizenship one that
Is nble to grapple with the great ques
tions of the Nation. Let ub remem
ber that our country Is great as each
community Is great
The greatest financiers predict that
we nro going to have nn era of of Un-
precedented prosperity. With no scl
fish alms but with n desire to faith
fully and energetically pursue every
legitimate lino of trade to tho best
degree let us Btrlve to make our city
everything materially hnd morally it
Abilene is going to bs a real oily.
You likely will not be ablo to buy
pr6porty hero any cheaper Substah
tlnl things aro being done. If you
wish to make real ostnte Improve
monts I would bo glad to assist you.
Yours very truly
E. D. DYNUM.
No. G Radford Building
Chicago 4-3 St. Louis 2-C.
Cincinnati G Pittsburg 5.
Now York 4. Philadelphia 2.
Brooklyn 7 Boston 3.
Boston at New York.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
Chicago at St Louis.
Standing Of Tho Teams.
Now York 3B
Philadelphia . 36
St Louis 32
ON THE STAND
DKCLAltfiS SIIK llKMIUMZK IIL'S-
HAN OP ALI.KOK!) l.NS(H'M)
MIM AT AS0N TKIAL
Koto jury THURS.p.1.
12 car Old Dnuirhter ami (i Year Old
Son of Defendant Testify lie
Had Aln)s lit en hfnil
Special to The Reporter-News.
ANSON Tex.. Juno 27. Mrs W. T-
Bishop wife of defendunt. was the
lest witnscs placed on the stand at
th afternoon session of court. The
crowd In tho courtroom thronged to
Uis tjaai to hear her tostlmeny. Mrs
Bishop said that site believed her hus-
band was insane She said th&t he
had alway3 shown a mania for buying
land. She testified that her husband
had always ben kind to her smd was
as ooU as a father could be to his
ohildren. she uaid her husband dur
ing tho last yar had haeu very for-
getful bomet'mea often leaving the
house to go somewhere and forgetting
Grace Bthop 12 -year-obi daughter
flIuUmrslJUsioia li-yw-o'tf ma on
the dafesBant hath teattllou at the
rVrf fontatfuland llwan. had been
rrmi unirt k-iiii innr iiiuir rninftr iv'Ud.
Men's Women's Boys' and Girls'
Low Cut Shoes are Now on Sale I
MEN'S LOW SHOES
$B:00SineyAanms $5 95
$G.50 Barry $5 15
fG.OO Bnrry f 4 75
$5.00 Barry ?3 95
$4.50 Barry .?3 75
LADIES LOW SHOES
$8.50 VALUES - ?4 95
45.50 VALUES . 4 45
$5.00 VALUES ?3 95
$4.00 VALUES - ?3 45
$3.00 VALUES . ?2 35
$2.50 VALUES' ?1 95
$2.00 VALUES . ?1 05
OHILDRENS AND MISSES LOW
$1.00 VALUES . 89
$1.50 VALUES ?1 15
$2.00 VALUES $1 45
$2.25 VALUES . $l 90
$2.50 VALUES $2 10
$3.00 VALUES ?2 35
A Pretty Showing: Lawns
and Voiles 20c Values
Only 14c. t H
A very pretty showing of this son-
son's newest patterns in lawns anil
voiles just what you have been want-
ing. All very pretty patterns. We
have plaeed those out in a 'convenient
place for you to see ami isk that you
eomo before they are pickVl over Oe
and 35c only 14r
A broken lot of Lawns and voiles 20c
25c and 35c values to soil quickly
A pretty line of children's dresses
all this season's newest designs and
patterns. Have a full run of sizes 2
to 14 years 95
kind to them and their mother.
Tho defense plnccd on tho
2ith.'B aftomoon thlrtyvMthesncs from'tlons in tho streets
I Hamilton Mitchell and Sourry coun
tics. Practically all of those tostificd
that the reputation of defendant as a
law abiding citizen had been good
Some of tho witnesses openly testi-
fied they bellcvod Bishop insane oth-
ers that his mind was weak. Tho tes-
timony developed that Bishop's father
was Insane when ho dlod and that
one of his sisters died in the state In-
Counsel for defendant announced
that thoy would have somo three orja great moral huccobs of tho govern-
four witnesses to plnco on the Btand ment and of tho nation's majority
In tho morning before resting Coun- which supports tho government"
m)1 for tho fltate announced it would
nave very little rebuttal testimony
.The case will notltttrtcgo to tho Jury
Bowel Coiiplnbiti l India
a lecture ay onl of the
Moines Iowa.lchurcheA at missionary
rrom India tow yf golnft Into th In-
terior of IndlA j4vnere iV was Kiken
Blck that ho ad a bottle of flliam-
herlain'a Colli fcholera and DlaJ-hoea
Remedy wltlOAj and believed iat iti
saved his ls hls remedy k used I .
anccessf ully. In llla both asiU pre-. Morkel will stage a big patriotic
vontlvo antfcuroVor tholer Youray at the Groene Opera House
depended upon for tVe mildfcr forms
of bowel complaint thKSur in this ;
country. Obtainable everywhore
IN RUSSIA FAILS
flV XlK'fljtl 1 .anOM U'ifji f
WASHINGTON June 37 -Accord-'
dlspatehes e noryousnesa
was felt in petrosracj a few ilavs
it in I'etrosrad a rew lavs
ago on account of rumors of a count
trrHviiiniiiin niavnniiinr ivnititt iiru
ed to be without fannii lo 'n n faet
Now is the time to save
money on your "hat. We
have " placed otir entire
stock of Ladies' Hats at
prices that are sure to sell
them quickly. All tnc sea-
son's newest style's; i
There will be some umisitul values offered here
in Ken's Suits Jlonday ajid all next week but
would advise curly buying while we have the
sizes. These suits aro-all.thc seasons very new-
est goods and the patterns are right up to the
ANT $25.00 SUIT 919 95
ANY $22.50 SUIT $15 45
ANV $17.50 SUIT ---- .1513 05
ANY $15.00 SUlT-.jftHk -?ll 95
ANY $12.50 SUIT---JE ?9 05
ANY $10.00 SUIT X S?7 95
Abilene Dry Goods Co.
On that occasion the radical eVmentslwero Itichard
intended to organize public nianlfcsta-
.The provisional government pro
claimed that nil attempts at violence
would bo crushed with all the forcu
of tho stnte authorities.
At tho samo tlmo tho council of
workmen nhd soldiers asked the cit-
izens nnd soldiers not to participate
in the demonstration but refrain from
"Tho extremists did not carry out
tho revolution" say tho dlspstchof.
"This event is considered in Russia as
! MERKEL TO STAGE
Abilene are invited to attend and help
Among tho speakors will bo Judgo
i.i t ivnpyiRii iii ina itov i v
J. M Wacataff anl tha Hav P. W
Hearon of Ablleno and the Itev. Mr.
Humphrey of Morkel. In addition to
the Breaking there will be other In-
teresting feature on tho program anil
a big tlmo is planned.
AfapL'ol iaa 1nnn ta tmn.t a....
i thiner hv tlio HhAi-tv hntirlu nnT tl.n
lied Cross and now alio propose to'?' JJ
null ntt tha Ir.roc -ollv (r Va I.l ADIIOne
f linn. .. . . . ...
"Piftfion or twenty carloads of Ab
liana people should attend the inaat- '
ing" said John G. Jaekbon Thura-
'riirifnFi nr Ywcnitr uat nnn. nr At.
. . . .
T1II1KK HOYS 1IH0WA.
GALVESTON. Taxaa. Jm. S -
Three boy were drowned Wednesday
evenin - - vh-r. hot- .t o'
s ; Bras n& v ssk TS5 ..flTJSie
city while pushing a skiff along shore curBi . .. J -.!rK.ul.i
7"' "" V" "?"" 1Z1 " 8"!
.f-.. ...i.ii . . .
wvil.aHUJ II .U11 ilBillllS.
5.00 and $6
on sale at
Marmiard 7; Jimmy
Strain 7. A
o' party Willi
To JPD labile
vo h?en iolriK Chamber Iain's
for- IndlKvUlou for the past
th8 und it afford mo ploas-
ay I havo ncvorisQd a rem
it did mo so Witch nood."
Tablets narbbtalnablo every-
XV. !VTi:il FOK 2.YIJAK
OUt 3H'IH)EIt FOl'M) DKAD
GILMKIt Texas Juno 2s. Wade
Mosely who was urrebted here on ad-
vices from Alabama with roforence to
a murder which occurred two yours
j ago was found doad in Jail Wednes-
day morning. An ompty bottle that
contained acid and a box that contahi-
ul some poison tablets were found be-
side tho body.
Wi H 010 jpj- a f)
wohds rmor home.
t.Shileiiicnt) Thut 3
j (T liiTChtigat.
Whon nn Abller
citizen cornea to
nee. you can
far uway placoa
t U the kind that
PilU. Such tea
Below iu a statement
esident. No stronger
can be had.
on. 803 S. Seventh St
"My back was m bad
that I caul
wrdly gat around. My
feat tu.ro e
and I felt droway. .
"tor treated m but fHlied to do
E any d- r Bot tt " l Doan
- : - --.. w
n-onoy i-ius at the AhJIane Drug Co
In a short time my baek was strong-
?r - Toe dropbleal swellinga left and
...!"" .Dt"er- x raly
'. ""- " nre uuat
d Mr. Robinson. roster-liilburn
Co. Props.. Buffalo. N
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VWe arc tre$ayea to furnish a Kodak to responsible parties for one day's use free of charge. To all customers buying their filaag from
ajjid having the Developed by our finishing department we wW supply a Kodak without charge 'for one day. After the tost dav a
charge qf 2So per dy will be made. These Kodaks use the popular 2A. Brownie film making a picture 2 1-2x4 1.4 Price of film it
25c per roll. Our Kodak developing is of the highest quality and promptly done. Bring us your films.
The Montgomery Drug Company
New York ....... 35
f Cleveland Hi
tWassiigtOB .... 24
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