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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 August 1911

? r ( i The Opening of the Fall Season Makes One Think of His Bank Account While the cotton crop is not going to be large in the Abilene country this year there will still be some money put into circulation some collections made and all in all an . occasion of thinking seriously of where to deposit money. We want to specially call' attention to the fact that the noR interest bearing and unsecured deposits of this bank are pretected by the Depositor's Guaranty Fund of the State of Texas. The bank that appreciates all accounts whether large or small. The First State Bank & Trust Co. J.'S'sheSi Active y. p. ( "The Bank that Appreciates Yoir Business )o'scab parkek casIiikk. STUDIED EIGHT WEEKS NORTHERN COLLEGE HYMENEAL At the homo of the bride's parents M' r.and Mrs. D. T. Harkrider near Lawn Sunday afternoon Mr. Albert Hawkins and Miss Elsie Harkrider were unuea m mo nojy uonus 01 ma trimony only a few LATE RAINS COVERED THE MERKEL COUNTRY relatives and I . . ....." . x ..! . menu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 August 1911

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

ABILENE SEMI W . . il -..i i VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER fc 1911. ' XUMBIK77. mn REPORTE GREAT POPUtARFTY CONTEST OPENED TODAY AMID a shower OF SENSATION ANNOUNCEMENT CREATES INTEREST Names of Those Nominated will Ap- pear in Next Thursday's Issue Big- gest Thing of the Kind Ever At- tempted by a LocaKNewspaper--Help to Boost the Contest that Will Boost the Subscriptien List of a Pa- per That Always Boosts for This Territory. " "SENSATIONAL'' is hardly adequate to expreSB the manner in which the announcement of The Reporter's Great Popularity Contest which appeared yesterday was received by the people of Abilene and surrounding territory. N'ever before has such a glowing offer koen made by a local newspaper and probably never again will such a gol- den opportunity be presented to the ladies and children of this section of Texas It is ery seldom that a newspaper the sbo of the Abilene Reporter at- tempts to conduct a voting campaign of such immense proportions in whic...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

f ttTI. I Hi JUNIOR WEEK JUST one whole week in which this stoe faun top to bottom will feature those things that littleirls little 1 boys and their older sisters anj otfi w; 15SJ W " ' ' I i''lL.!il. Ir" ' ' ihtqm r 1 r i u t i! ! S flat n r - PARENTS-iVisit us now make your suection wi '" Shoes for Boys and Girls STRONG STURDY SHOES THAT WILL RESIST WEAR Just the kind that you parents are looking for and Just the styieB the boys and girsl will welcome. All the pop- ular leathers and materials of which stylish shoes are made are being shown here. Gun- metals Patents Velvets in both button and lace in the high Bootees rang- 9 flfll ing in price from per pair $1.25 to. .pv Oil KNICKERBOCKER TROUSERS AND TWO PIECE SUITS FOR SCHOOL BOYS Large selection of Knickerbocker Trousers just re- ceived; in a great cast of patterns and weaves ; sizes 4 to 17 ; priced from frl Cf per pair 50c to ip I wll $r - sjr A mm- v .w Jm? 3rile bean keJne f fk.&r -UL fr A whole week in whkaLrentajrcan f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

-- MsrA.M s. ! "gytii win mmmABtmwwumfnwvMimwiMmmmMfmil'it'iilto ml WHAT SHE WEARS : " Interesting Style Bulletin By Abilene Dry Goods Co. x re J X mi mm &8S m; & iv.'A7 i Hi li s 1 BISCHOF STYLE ZTAc Practical TJaiiorod Suit THE STRICTLY TAILORED SUIT of this aeaBon in every detail ha8 beon de- signed for practical orery-day wear. It id comfortable serviceable and at tho same time becoming. MATERIALS tho matorials aro nearly always Ctioviots or Scotch Mixture Cloths often wltfi a two or threo color effect. ALTHOUGH the lines are straight and narrow thoro Is plenty of fullness for perfect freedoajrTmolrqtaient. - .i i . j-MS' COATS Mte fitted in ju enougflMWy give Decopng nnes to theiJlKUraf" They are tflyitwenty oightiMBTCs In length. Sleevej' are put InKjafth practically no fullnAs at alTT SKJftTS'arejjPor short though not so qyTeme-jayurey were last season. In iedbeasure 2 1-2 to 3 yards. )LORoNTRASTS As in past seasons bluaMSIack grey and brownish tints. the practical ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

Uwwwirtwi(ii)VtiiiwiMiWllJlijeii3 .o i :aMfctr rAorim 'I in .. in $2250.00 I REMIUMS wwtiiiiiiiiiywiimMwii)iiiiiiiMmmmiiUMiwwiwwwAwiwigSRff . .... (Afc. fc fclfW. - Mlf W . n . lhk " . - T " "ZZmmMam0immmmmmmMmmm-'-' n.-" Ak I r "". "I a Free - Free - free i i 1 I f 5 I u i It 5 i Hi M FIVE-PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE TWO HANDSOME PIANOS ' BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND PONY And Kubhet-Titzd Rnabbt Contest Territory--TaylorJonesNokFisherRunnelsGallahanOounties OVERLAND VALUE $1050.00 A Picture of the Handsome Upright Grand CROWN PIANO Value $460.00 to appear in this space soon. PREMIUM TO LADIES IN ABILENE. This handsome $45000 Crown Plane? one of the latest and finest designs made in dull finish fancy figured "Mahogany double veneered jboth inside and out with inside veneer birds eye maple highly pol- itihed; seven and one-third octaves overstrung scale three unisons to each note except In heavy bass section copper-wound brass strings genuine ivory keys extra heavy full iron frame genuine hand- carve...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

rie six. M " WIllM II ' ' r m KM It w y- u I t; &; I ' y w Ii ! i i ( I ! t- I rl K BEFENSE SCORES R BEAHIE CASE 3VII3G!f&HI'KTS STATE'S THEORY V&TWIIKNTITY OF MAX BY .run os lonkly' iioad. I ' V f HE WAS THAT MAN rSer Stood' Xcur Cnr mid Woman With Him Wns on lliinning 1Jonrdj Tells Jury Why He Did Not Talk Sooner. CBj Associated Press. &esterfleld Courthdtlse W. Va. Sep. 2i Charles Kastleborg of Richmond tain: mysterious witness who was yes- CJasdhy discovered In the Henry Clay tScxUie trial came forward today with ttm? declaration that It was ho who vwib; motoring on the Midlothian turn- ipB on the night of the murder of iSks. Beattle and he stopped his ma-aficna- to got some water while the wo amis with him stood on the running Amxd. Strong Point for Defense 1Mb-testimony If accepted as a fact jniUfiea- the evidence Of the prosecu- cttiwr. fn many important respects be- came the commonwealth held that It iro the defondant who crouched In Clrnit. of the machine wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

1 Ql'ii! iinniiiMm irnw.ii oWSwJ! rAOE SKVKR K Children PEADYcVCHOOL? Our preparations for supplying the Boys and Girls of Abilene in School Wearables are more thorough this season than usual "T I"! lllllllMH i ill i ' - " ' w mm i.. I 1 YOUNG AMERICANS ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT AND LITY This store cnn satisfy school boys and at the same """"j lints and at. n vnrv modMrA rnst. Thin wpp.1t wp will elinw hmulwtila nf ltnme nf rpninl int.p.rnst. tn callypur sf.ecial attention tOgjgHcomplete line of School Shoes made for rough and tumble service Qt) Cfl fashionable lasts in butflWrand lace ; in all the new toes. Prices . $10 $2.00 and : p till SCHOOL SUITS Made of All-Wool Worsteds ajijiVTfeeviotaall leading shades. CoaH&ire full cut and fit and hang nicely. Trousersull peg"WprSizes from 7 to 17. PrigpTrange Gift HO from $3.00 $3.50 $4.00. $4.50 $5.00. $6.50. $7.50 to VT. $1" UO BOYS' AND MISSES' CADET SCHOOL HOSE; the be at 1.5c and MISSES AND CHILDREN'S GINGHAM SOHODL DRESSES AT SPECIA...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1911

M EI6HT ScvooV vme 3V aUii in ii i i ii ' ""' ' ' ' "" ' IP l ft V h V ; i i i Li i 5 IK r i t f I "Wla.Wva.Vs Gmt sYvoxnuvq o "Kato 3aW "WLatefvaVs sxttajfc arrcs vs m 9 j "Kzxo "SaVV 5'vVvams uv aW ttve Vata aeavraUfc svAps ava "Kbxd "PcTcaVss-- SuWanVe yx ScVvooV "Dresses solid. sYvades axvd checks soma Mxve vjauxes utfr'tt CVvWdvew's axvi "Masses1 Soeaevs StyliBh garments for college ind school wear made of first quality yarn trimmed with pearl buttons plain and fancy trim- mings. We are showing a number of novel styles and new colors thi season. These with the splendid qualities are certain to be Hfced. Children's Sweatersages 4 to 8 50c t $1 25 Misses Sweaters ages 8 to 1651.50 to $3 50 "Kaiaxettv "VDaiste awa "Utvvotv Shs These are the ideal garments for the chil- dren's wear tapes and buttons for support- tag the outer garments built for hard ser- vice. A simple practical undcrgai n.nu for Boy or girl. Sizes up to 13 years Waists 25c Union Suits 50c kii 47 VtV UXJV UVS6 OtfW...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

mm. semi weekly report wt '" ' ' I ""'" -. - II ...I ' IM I 11 . ..... .1... '' VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS F1AY SEPTEMBER 8 Mi. w J"r' MfMEEK 78. 1 . in r - -- " -ii ' - . .... OVER TWO HUNDRED ANDHFTY BAILEY'S EXIT MADERO STONED UNKNOWN MAN SWEARS POPULAR LADIES AND CHILDREN HOW pRDED ! AT VERA CRUZ SAW HENRY Nl IIVIINA I HI' 111 llllr A I I ll IN I r I VIEWS 0F "EmESENTATIVE MEtfUoSTILE DEMONSXBATION GJVEN ' " ' . Ml IRllFD I lUITIII in I biU7.ll ' UllLrl I UUI 1 0 LU I on bktibement of texab v betolutiowaiy chleftain: IflUllULIt ; Other Nominatip&l Will Likely Follow - -Exciting R Will Take Place Throughout Six Counties-Contest-ants Who Mean Business are Calling for Coupon Bbbks $2250.00 in Pre- miums to be Awarded October 28th Proof of the! Interest the people of Taylor Jones Fighcr Nolan 'Runnels aud Callahan counties are taUlng in The Abilene Reporter's Great 'Popular ity Contest Is shown by the long list should write or call at the Contest of nominations that have besnrece...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

0 AMINE SEW-WEEKLY REPORTER f ' Y ABILBNB PRINTING COMPANY tared as second class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 iMi JBSORfPTIOK RATES' bq Year 11.00 1 CfNIMNCBpFOYB i. Tad defralte announcement k made that o Tuesday SefH&nber 12 tad governors of at let thirty-seven o the forty-six Stated bf tho Am6rican Ufllo will "hieot in conference at Spring Lake N. J. and it 'may Wo that all of thorn will attend a portion of tho time. The conference will last fire days' and the timo will bo devoted 16 a dis- cussion of .questions now uppermost Id the public blind pccially with. roforenco to Stato legislation tnougn es IsbUos with which tho National government has to deal will not bo taboo6d "- . 'a --. -A -......... will lm tiA fhtrA nt aiinli Tats conioroncQ qi bmuu "" uu "" j "'" x Months . . M raocilrigs tho first one having assembled in id08 in ros- nnnnn in n rail uv president koobovch. iuo second or mmmmm " " " - . . . . . 8nbscriber railing to rcccivo their PP;' will confer a fror u...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

BACK Fl ROM MEXICO SEEK jENQMNtnOn WHEN u Says Madore WW Certainly Do Elected President Stopped .Fhttff ' Tee Seen s HL PASO. Sent. C That Madoro can m ' if !.r 'If r ' m m i ' I'M: Pi HI no ffllili mIII INTERESTING Arrivals from Cleveland the great oloak ?cf suit denier. First shipment of La Vogue Suits for Fail received and placed on sale yesterday. WE are glad to announce to the many who are intejflfted the arrival of -our initial shipment of about 25 La Vogue Suits express with another and larger shipment on the way. The new jMJWels are most attractive in their simplicity which only emphasizes thejjffiperiority of La Vogue design and workmanship. jtm S J". New mannish mixtures alia hjtnespuns lead in the present showing-. though serges and other rofstedaCre well represented. Jackets average 27 inches long with but slight ornamentation often severely plain skirts are plain and paneled veraginjrabout 2i yards around at thelfoot. In no former season have the JLa Voguispecialties: A...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

fAWt JWHML FARM EXHIBITS jttX)OOXOOQ0OOOXOO0Q ftta and Jack Gordoa aro defendants' the same bolng No. 5112 on tho docket of said court. 5TMB STATE OF TEXAS County of Taylor. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESJU PRES TO BE LARGEST And 'whereas 1b tho said cause Ttno ENTS: . lai.i ..lninifr 111 rnrnvnr fit add ffOttl .MST a iSjS ! !SSffi-sar5tt . .- a . .. . ill. .J .. rr H1.III I1IL1ULA&A. U.U uwv- MorncK diu iy tneir curium --"-rr7;-.k."..Mt o4 or. in siting eiaS'": 'S . or irnyior county ioxau mM"v.-. ------ -: .iii..) inrpmnne nt mo ruiu ui ww v with Bali cent Mae fWSMMlt Booth fOUOWlng UCBCnuca pruperujr """""" .D":"" " .i tt ... nf mild MllL i Tavlo- county Tcxbb to-wn: por iwuum uu .. -- -- LotoS and 6 block 2 In tho town of And whereas said execution was dl- lit w thd same la hown by thoircctcd and delivered to mo as consta- LOioBi as uo a Ji..- 0t Taylor County Texas comman- Tunty clo Sb omco of Taylor county Ing md of tho .good. and chattels .lands HZ.- I tenemental of tho said J. S. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

tkm rife; A ' i A Checking Account 1 s a great advantage to any Man or woman. A CANCELLED check is an undisputed receipt against any bilPor claim and the man or woman who makes a habit of paying all accounts with checks and sayes the cancelled checks will hardly ever have any trouble keeping busi- ness in shape Your account need not be large to take advantage of this con- venience A small account received the same consideration with us as a large one. ? The Firstf State Bank and Trust Comp'jy B. B. BYNUM FlUES ( "The Bank that Appreciates Your. Business J. K. COUCH T. P J. 0. SHELTON XCTItE . P 08CAB PARKEB CASHIER.. lefl M lilt I Hui i9bI.SHi MHm t1 j8 I jjBAyf H w 11 Ulf LU IH f JEW CROP SEASON Miirkft lo OIvu Attention 10H.. iMii-4t nf Size of Yield to flucnco on the market but as a rule t pnssos without much uttuution be- ing paid to it. . DKL.KANS. Supt ' k ttie cotton market really ontorej into the ncw uUil DU"""- "-"- ill deal entirely with now crop cot- . -.rid the lirobloni...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

i M P n THr i - MMMtUMdHMMMftiMMliMftMidMii y - Will ask for habeas corpus of ago; that he Is not IT years 6t rige; him fiir he las certainly made a auc- thnt ho Js not gulliy of the charge pro cess ot k. forrcd against hltri and Is not. tho per-1 Mr8 J M Ballard baa been Very ill eon avHo Committed tho deed charged for tho past thrco weeks but a alight against this nfltant In tho bill of Indict-' Improvement "was noted yestorday nl- ment on whieh this affiant waa tried tornoon. una convicted an .niorcsaiu. j.uai uy jdhuw iuiwiuiu uua mbb violence he'hns been denied tho arrived and has boon duly Installed rlcufc otet-foctiK his anneal to this although our worthy pastmaster has I court'ns hb has been Informed hud be- Bot moved' in. I APmCAWOX TO THAT EFFECT ovdB to b ?hat Vr mob violence; Tuscola shipped her first carload of ATTOIUfEM is CMMINAI CASK sorcs ? dry SCubb; :uiauuhi iMmi mn IIIIOTIIU1 UUUUIV III RED HOI DAY IN I n .of dipt nni idt uioimui uuuni Evervberson affi that the u...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

VB";! l ' . r Aim mm $2250.00 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED BY THE ABILENE t it t . " i$ 71. -4 I y and Semi-Weekly y te? 1 ! Ih I " H Ih ' I n ' ii Daily Reporter CONTEST GREAT POPULARITY FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN CONTEST TERRITORY -TAYLOR JONES NOLAN FISHER RUNNELS. CALLAHAN COUNTIES A beautiful five-passenger fore- door 30 H P. Overland touring car: Model 59-T fully equipped with top and wind shield value $1050.00 offer-N. ed as Grand Premium In the Abilene Reporter's Great Popularity Voting Contest. Specification of Model 60. "Wheel base 10C inches; body fire- passenger fore-door touring; motor 4x4 1-2; horse-power 30; transmis- sion selective three speedB and re- verse; F. & s. ball bearing; ignition dual. Splltdorf magneto and batteries; front axle drop forged 1-section; rear axle semi-floating; wheels artillery wood 2. 1-2 inch spokes 12 bolts each wheel; tires 32x3 1-2 lnche6 Q. D.; frame pressed steel; finish Over- land blue; equipment three oil lamps two gas lamps and generator; t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1911

o ' V fl t 4. o e Il '. i- ' U "r.V jL I MJ. I. 1 I K J ffwww jKjr 511'S' 3S J$2 1m 1 taiequaYt& 3ve Security SoVvooV SVvoc s TcaWi Wvc most economvc&V svoc $ox caxv tovyj. 5v& arc mato m Vailta awa vnW-V tvoA Vuxtt ot uvVxyb fae. ' "ftoi bos' aTvVrVs1 sVvbos attxactwe VooVVr$ ava ot.stvj1 eqvx&V. "Btumj va cVvW&f &tv V us W Ytam z oi Wfc dressy and aooLgTvttvtvs IVvesMC vgrv&$ Vvaoe tvo (dRlvs xnfe&V. arvd. Uy 1 i ScWboo Scwes rfirm seoriiy Wk i ViM .fly -v 1 wr nbv dfjA F QpRx&tWs Sciool SVvoes Sizes 81to 11 $1.25 $1.60 and . $1 75 J 'Wllsses' School Shoes SEes 12 to 2 $1.50 $1.75 and $2 00 "VJo4W ScWl Soes Slzea Sizes 12 to 2 $1.50 $1.75 and r . .$2 00 "Boxes'1 School Slvoes Sfees 2 to 3 $1.75 $2.00 and $2 50 Camofiefik Stamford Texas . Miss Calllo Smith ............ JMIbs Manjto Yatca JMIbb Zolma Astln ......... .Miss PanBy Moon Clyde Texas. I AtlsB Murrick .......... Oralo. Texas. 1 MIbs Etta niddlo . J Miss Emma Johnson MIsb Ruth Wnllnco ......

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 September 1911

t n ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER XX. a Ui VOLUME XXXI CONTESTANTS ARE MAKING ! PLANS FOR A CAMPAIGN Those Waiting to See What the Others Will do are Displaying Bad Judgment Have a Will of-Your Own Secure a Coupon Book: and Turn a Rare Possi- bility into a Golden Reality. Well tho big public grandstand is in i quiver of expectancy to witness the start of the Reporter's Great Pdpular- ' . t. . uy Race and most of those who will run In the exciting event have gather- ed at the starting point and tho Con- test Manager is anxiously waiting for some of the more timid enterante to atop in to line before the final signal- "they are off" is given. The Great Campaign will be more f a social event than a vote gather - ing conteBt as the most popular ladies and cmiaren in tins territory are aking part Bvory one is expectantly waiting to ujcltluiu wuuiu in iuB uuiueBuinis ill develop lntp the most successful campaigners. Many of the ladles and- children already entered are getting' down to bufli...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 September 1911

rinc w. i. .. ii r waw " ""' ' "' ' ' . 7 - i - ii i i i - - ' ' '" " "" -- n i i "I . Zl ' ' ' Statement (Oonaenaed) of the Condition 6i The First State Bank and Trust Comp'y At tho Oloso of Business Sopt. 1st 1911 ) T.TA-RTT.TTIES RESOURCES CAPITAL STOCK $5000.00 Surplus ..- 2m'W Undivided Profits 3395.23 DEPOSITS 96897.18 Bills Payable 10000.00 Loans and Discounts - $118142.41. Stocks and Securities . J? Furnituro and Fixtures 387900 RealEestate m Cash and Due-From Banks 39686.65 Total $167792.41 - Gain in Deposits since Sopt. 1 1910 $40682.26 Total $167792.41 Gain in Doposits since last statement Julie 7 $3671.94 mum"""- mm mm """ - 1 . - i E. B. BYNUM PRES- J. 0. SIIELTON ACTIVE V . nnrrrxn tr l E. B. BYNUM PHE& tlTi n- fLnf Annrnmntno Yrmr'RnfiinPSS I n'onin mnirvn Vtciiinii. p l liic uaun luai rjjfifcviu.vu w. 4...v j uojn.M innujim " iBILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY Entered as second class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1908. SUBSUIUPTIOS KATES ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 September 1911

Kwww- - txw nun MV i: I m f i 4 STYLE BULLETIN THE NEW FALL STYLES First Shipment of New Skirts Newest Styles at Moderate Prices jr9l il SEEGE AND PANAMA Skirts In the now atjles high waist lino and panel back and fjnnt with Kiltod pleats? on side special ...$500 IS? lifl Ii 111 TIF &- L PANAMA SKIRTS Id tiho now styles panel back and front now stylo pleats will arrive next week at $4.0 and $4 The Tailored Siiit f BJ6AoFyF THE N THE NEW TAILORED SUIT is not the old fashioned severe form-fit-ting garment built oik lines be coming to but very folpeople Nor is it the box-like su: season with a skirt uncomfortal tight. jf Its still rather straight and narrow but the coat is fitted in a bit and there is a greater fullness to tne Bklrt COATS LONGER The coats are very nearly 28 inches long. In the fancier models shorter coats are aeon but the more practical tailor- ed models are usually about 28 Inches long. 3KIRTS WIDER The skirts are all very simply made. In some of them added fullne...

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