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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas Sunday May MATTRESSESRUGS People Who Been Serrtof Abilene owncn cor McCARTY MATTRESS COMPANY 401 Pinna Phont flu Choice of a banking home is a vital matter to which you may well devote ample time and care W Discuss your problems with the Abilene State Bank WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME BANKING STRENGTH It is noc the its size or that counts they are after all merely symbols of the banks In Its loans and investments lies the true measure of the Banks Resources over The Farmers Merchants Bank TEXAS THE OLD ESTABLISHED BAXK and Montgomery and Misses Sarah and Nora Huds peth were hosts to the members of the Tuesday bridge club Tuesday evening the home of the Misses The entertaining was docoratted In a profusion of tertalned the Junior Class with an all day picnic at Scotts cross ing sixteen miles east of The members of the two sponsored by James Eind scy and Misses Artie West and Martha met school building and left at for the the pink and other spring tables were Grape ice and white roses and blossoms where four placed for bridge picnic ground about 8 The students took part in such sports as mountain ko frog At picnic lunch was wading and 12 oclock a with and salad course j many good things to including was served to the following mem bers and guests and Mes dames John ice cream and soda Class Growing The Class of the Bap tist Sunday School met Sunday Hart Guest and Misses Laura Mar morning with r3 ladies Xorma and Sora Frank Turner and Club Members Enjoy Picnic The members of the Philadelph ian Club and their husbands and children motored out to the Davis pasture last Thursday and enjoy ed their annual A large bon fire was and after sev eral pans of bacon and steak were broiled a delicious picnic which included ice cream and cake was served to the following and Mesdames Jess Server Harris Clarence Joe Marlin John and Smallwood and and Guests were Jones of Big SeniorJunior Picnic On last Saturday the Senior Class of the Rule High School en The Class meets in the home of Fouts Friday afternoon at A Mothers program has been Personals and Davis ac companied and Smith to Dallas Sunday where Smith will remain for several weeks for medical visited relatives In Rule last Editor and Harris and son spent Sunday In Abilene the guests of and Edward Reddell returned the latter part of last week from a visit to her Wilkihs at Dcnton of McMurry Col lege at Abilene spent the week end with his mother Kate Whar and Humphrey of Anson were the guests of and Sellers and Smallwood and Harris visited friends in the Stamford Sanitar ium Wednesday Jess Bell visited relatives In Stamford Miss Sallie Graham of Texas is visiting her Mar and Server this v Leen transacted business in Haskell Wednesday Payne visited her Joe Payne and family in Stamford the first of the Short of Amarillo is and Spur were Fred Haile of the week end guests and Miss Ruby Judge and visiting her and w Elder Starnes Is building a new Spanish home In the south part of town which will add much to that Foster Douglas visited Jess Foster in Haskejl Tuesday Westbrook attended a 1 oclock luncheon last Wednes day in Haskell at the home of and Hardy Davis transacted busi ness in Haskell Ball is spending the week in at the Bap tist General Enrollment of Pupils For Fall Term in BEASON SCHOOL Culture and Corrective Are Call at Elks Club Ball Room Cedar Street Entrance Tuesday and 4 to Phone 2452 of the latters Mary Ingram of Abilene was the week end guest of and Cole of Abi lene were the week end guests of their children in McCleskey of Abilene was the guest in the home of his dau Dee Cannon the first of the and Jones visit ed and John Jones in Abilene Friday of last Jones of Big Spring A Positive Assurance While we believe In progressive policy In conducting our It is our practice to adhere to a strict conservatism in all Strength and Service unite here in what we believe you will consider an allround helpful banking The Citizens National Bank Capital and Surplus Choice 50 LADIES HATS 0 Let Us Furnish Your Home Co We have a Very Large Stock Of Well Assorted Furniture At Very Attractive Sav Savings For Three Piece Overstuffed Living Room Suite Living Room Suite Dining Room Suite Eight Piece Walnut Dining Room Suite Fibre Living Room Suite Three Piece Beautiful Fibre Living Room Suite in Assorted Bed Room Suite Four Piece Bed Room Suite Vesta Gas Ranges Four Burner Vesta Gas Range Large Oven and Fully WE MAKE AND HANG YOUR DRAPERIES WITHOUT COST TO YOU BARROW FURNITURE Telephone 32 These prices are under regular price just for Mondays j See a few of them in our windows to MIMS THE STORE OF INDIVIDUALITY ON MIMS The Liberal GETS BID OF EVERYTHING BUT WORRY We Invitfe Yon to Open a Bank Account With SAVE CENTRAL STATE BANK MQNEYTOLOAN On Apartment and Farm uoans made only on well margined Improved Property Best Terms and Lowest Rates Obtainable We Lend Oaf Own Money SOVTHERN MORTGAGE COMPANY UmnOm Bnlldlot learn PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY Hours Esoecially Equipped for Chronto DIseaM GENERAL PRACTICE Office 76S 116V4 Chestnut f Alexander 3151617 GENERAL PRACTICE d Ij If Special Attention to and Eczema COCKRELL Pita Suite 312 Alexander Building Office Hours 8 to 13 and 1 to 6 Phone Number 359 Abilene Teima f Wilson OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Phone 2001 Phone 430 Winters Income Tax Consultants AUDITS AND SYSTEMS Park Telephone 418 Security Abstract Office on 2nd Floor of Court House fbone 2378 ED KING Lawyer Room 819 Citizens Natl Bank Foof Specialist Licensed Chi SOO Medical Arts Office Phone Res Phone Specialist On Parma Ot Foot Corns Removed Instantly Without Pain No Soreness Limp Davis Motor We specialize on Qtner sjtor and Ignition Accessories David Castle Architects and Engineers 7014 Alexander Bulldliiff Telephone 371 Commercial Bine and White Printing TAYLOR COUNTY Abstract Company HORACE ROBERTS THOMAS MASSEY Office Court House Phone 823 SCOTT HOLLIS lynacology and Genera Practice of Modern XRay Laboratoy In Office Clinton South Second and Chestnut Arthur Swan Specializing Genlto UrloarySyphHIs Prostrate Blood 412 Alexander Phones Cyrus Ray OSTEOPATHlC PHYSICIAN Licensed to Practice oy tha Stata Boards of UouUtanft and Texas Office Phone 121 Fisher JEWELER and OPTOMETWtT Glasses Correctly Fitted Duplicated 963 First PJielK HW Joe Kennedy DENTIST 16 6ryan Building Mina Residence Phone Office Phone Bedie Uwetter Nnbet Radio Act Deep Theropy lloom 205 Clinton
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