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   Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas                                 PAGE SIXTEEN  THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTER-NEVtS  MATTRESSES—-RUGS  -----.    Bemad*    br People Who II.,, Beer. Bemat AbUeoe  Borne Owner* Cot Fifteen lf ears  McCARTY MATTRESS COMPANY  SOI Plain Street. Phone 238  (  Where Are You Banking?  Choice of a banking home is a vital matter to which you may well devote ample time and carcel consideration.  Discuss your problems with the  Abilene State Bank  “WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME  Rule  BANKING STRENGTH  It la not the building, Its size or beauty that counts most, they are after all merely symbols of the bank’s soundness, rn Its loans and investments lies the true measure of the Bank’s Strength.  Resources over $4,000,000  The Farmers & Merchants Nat’I. Bank  ABILENE, TEXAS  “THE OLD ESTABLISHED BAKK"  Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Montgomery and Misses Sarah and Nora Huds-ppth -were hosts to the members of  the Tuerday bridge club Tuesday evening at the home of the Misses Hudspeths. The entertaining suite was decoratted In a profusion of pink and and white roses and other spring blossoms where four tables were placed for bridge games.  Grape Ice and a salad course was served to the following members and guests: Messrs. and Mesdames Joe A, Jones, John A. Lee, E. B. Harris, J. D. Montgomery, Hart Guest and Misses Laura Martin, Norma Broyles, Sarah and Nora Hudspeth, Messrs. Frank Turner and W. JJ, Payne.  Club Members Enjoy Pionic  The members of the Philadelphian Club and their husbands and children motored out to the Davis pasture last Thursday and enjoyed their annual picnic. A large bon fire was built, and after several pans of bacon and steak were broiled a delicious picnic lunch, which Included Ice cream and cake was served to the following: Messrs. and Mesdames W. L. Hills, Jess Bell, Server Leon, E. B. Harris Clarence Leon, J. E. Lindsey, Joe A. Jones, Marlin Wilson, J. D. Westbrook, C. O. Davis, M. W. Rogers, L. W. Jones, John A. Lee. Mrs. J. E. Parsons, Mrs. D. B. Earnest, Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Smallwood and Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Ball. Guests were Mrs. J. L. Jones of Big Spring.  Senior-J imlor Picnic On last Saturday 'he Senior Class of the Rule High School en  tertained the Junior Class wit!  an all day picnic at Scott s crossing sixteen miles east of Haskell.  The members of the two classes, sponsored by Mrs. James E. Lindsey anti Misses Artie West and Martha Roundtree, met at tho school building and left for the pianic ground about 8 o’clock.  The students took part in such sports as mountain climbing, kodaking, swimming, wading and frog catching. At 12 o'clock a picnic lunch was served, with manv good things to eat, including Ice cream and soda water.  T. E. L (Tass Growing  The T. E. It. Class of the Baptist Sunday School met Sunday morning with r3 ladies Present. The T. E. L. Clans meets in the home of Mrs. Cha s. Kouts Friday afternoon at 3:30. A "Mothers” program hns been arranged.  Personals  Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Davis accompanied Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Smith to Dallas Sunday Where Mr. Smith will remain for several weeks for medical treatment.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haile of Spur were the week end guests of the latters mother, Mrs. J. C. Reddell.  Mrs. Mary Ingram of Abilene  was the week end guest of Mrs.  W. M. Rogers.  Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Cole of Abilene were the week end guests of their children in Rule.  R, K. McCleskey of Abilene was the guest In the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dee Cannon the first of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. John Jones in Abilene Friday of last week.  Mrs. J. L. Jones of Big Spring  1   visited relatives J" Rule last week.  Editor and Mrs. E. B. Harris and son spent Sunday In Abilene the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T.  Whiting.  Mrs. J. C. Reddell returned the latter part of last week from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Wilkins at Denton.  E. B. Wharton of McMurry College at Abilene spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Kate Wharton.  Mr. and Mrs. Lee Humphrey of Anson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sellers Sunday.  Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Smallwood and Mrs. E. B. Harris visited friends in the Stamford Sanitarium Wednesday afternoon.  Mrs. Jess Bell visited relatives in Stamford Wednesday.  Miss Sallie Graham of Davilla, Texas is visiting her brother*, Martin and A. Server this week. iv C. E. Leon transacted business in Haskell Wednesday afternoon.  Mrs. J. J. Payne visited her son. Joe Payne and family in Stamford tho first of the week.  Mrs. A. B. Short of Amarillo Is  Sunday Morning, May 8, 1927.  visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Warren.  Elder W. W. Starnes is building a new Spanish home In the south part of town which will add much to that street.  A. C. Foster and Miss Ruby Douglas visited Judge and Mrs. Jess G. Foster In Haskell Tuesday evening.  Sirs. J. D. Westbrook attended a ,1 o’clock luncheon last Wednesday in Haskell at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. Hardy Grissom.  Dr. J, C. Davis transacted business in Haskell Wednesday.  Rev. C. E. Ball Is spending Cie. week in Louisville, Ky. at the Baptist General Convention.  MONDAY SPECIAL  Enrollment of Pupils For Fall Term in BEASON SCHOOL  Grace, Culture and Corrective Are Call at Elks Club Ball Room Cedar Street Entrant Tuesday and Thursday, 4 to 8. Phono 2452  A Positive Assurance  While we believe In a progressive policy in conducting our business, It I* our practice to adhere to a strict conservatism In all* transactions.  Safety, Strength and Service unite here In what we believe you will consider an all-round helpful banking service.  The Citizens National Bank  Capital and Surplus $300,000.00  *  Let Us Furnish Your Home Complete. We have a Very Large Stock Of Well Assorted Furniture At Very Attractive Sav-Savings For You.  Living Room Suite  Three Piece Overstuffed Living Room Suite  $115  Dining Room Suite  Eight Piece Walnut    ^ Q C AA  Dining Room Suite......Wi/D«UU  Fibre Living Room Suite  Three Piece Beautiful Fibre Living Room Suite in Assorted Finishes.............  $65  Bed Room Suite  Four Piece Bed Room Suite  $75  Vesta Gas Ranges  Four Burner Vesta Gas Range Stove. Large Oven and Broiler, Fully Guaranteed ..  $32.50  WE MAKE AND HANG YOUR DRAPERIES WITHOUT COST TO YOU!  BARROW FURNITURE CO  330-336 Pine Street.  Telephone No. 32  25 Ladies Hats  $2.98  Choice  50 LADIES HATS  Choice  $3.98  These prices are under regular price just for Monday’s Special.   :   See a few of them in our windows today.  IMS  THE STORE OF INDIVIDUALITY ON MIMS CORNER.  The Liberal Spender-  —READILY GETS RID OF EVERYTHING BUT WORRY  We Invite You to Open a Bank Account With Us—And SAVE!  CENTRAL STATE BANK  MONEY TO LOAN  On Business. Residence. Apartment and Farm I'n »i*ertles  Loans mads only on high-cuss. well margined Improved Property  Best Terms and I/owest Rates Obtainable We Lend Our Own Money  SOUTHERN MORTGAGE COMPANY  Jas. F. Holliday, V. P. 701-5-6 Alexander Building  Abilene, Texas  PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS  DIRECTORY    J  DR. CHAS. F. WILLIAMS  Especially Equipped for Chrome Oleeaee GENERAL PRACTICE  jfTee Hours:  LUO a. in.—1:01 p. m.  111% Chestnut Street. Abilene. Texas.  Telephones! Office I—Residence 711  J. H. WARNICK, M. D.  GENERAL PRACTICE      -C   ........    p.m.—    .»<■    ■—  <1  DR. E. E. COCKRELL  «.«... without ;vcV«D*7K n ; , N°% f p ro «ja;T om ”*  pr * tUc *  Suite 312 Alexander Buildup  HO""    “awuoc    mu  phons Number 869     Dr. G. N. Wilson  OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN  140% Pins. Office Phone 1061 Hee. Phons 410    David S. Castle Co.  Architects and Engineers 701-4 Alexander Building Telephone 871 Commercial Bine and White Printing      TAYLOR COUNTY  Abstract Company  HORACE L. ROBERTS A THOMAS O. MASSEY J Abstractors. \ Of fir. Court House phone 8*1      R. C. Winters & Co.  Irteome re* Consultants AUDITS AND SYSTEMS  t’ark Bldg. Telephone ll8      Dr. L. W. Hollis, Sr.  OR. L. W. HOLLIS, JR.  OR. SCOTT VV. HOLLIS  Surgery. Gynecology end Genera Practice of Medicine. Modern X-Ray Liberator In office. Office Clinton Building. South Second end Chestnut  Streets.      Security Abstract Co.  R. w. Grimsley. Mer.  Office ob Ind Floor pf Court House Phone 2371      Dr. H. Arthur Swan  Specialising  Genlto Urtnary-Syphilis Prostrate Blood Diseases 412 Alexander Bldg.  Phones 136-816.      ED E. KING  Lawyer  Room $17 Citizens Natl Bank Bldg      Dr. Cyrus N. Ray  OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Licensed to Practice ox the filets Boards of Missouri. Louisiana end Texas  Office Phone 121 Res. lotions 288      Vt. C. 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