Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 355, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 28, 1904 Page: 4 of 6
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The Siiiiset Gold M iiiintr And Milling Co mniiMy
Authorised Depositories of the Company: The Denver National Bank. First National Bank of Boulder.
LATEST AND MOST ENjERGETIC MINING ENTERPRISE;. Fop ? Great Gtoapes of Gold Mines.
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ABetterand Stronger Stock was Never
Offered at this Low Price.
Aid in Our Development.
Share in the Profits
Experts Report over $7000061
Gold in Sight in the &ifcy
Become an Owner Z' Best
Companies In Colorado
In fifty days otir astonishing progress and valu-
able property acquired places as where other
mining Companies never expect or hope to he in
Address all correspondence and make all checks
THE ABILENE REPORTER
Abilene printing Company
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KIEFER & ANDERSON
. B Shook - - - editor
Geo. S. Anderson - manager
Abilene Texas May 28 1904
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actcr standing or reputation of any
person firm or corporation which may
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will be gladly corrected on its' being;
brought to attention of the publishers.
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i Six issues oae week and . twenty-tour
Issues one moatb in the dally edition.
Each change of advertising will be
charged for the same as if the ad had
been srun (three days.
Round Mound May 23. We
are still hoping for a good rain.
Mr E 0. Powers and Miss
Lena Donnally were united in
marriage at Abilene Saturday.
We extend congratulations by
wishing them happiness through
The 17-months old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Coon of Nugent diod
the 18th inqt Its death was
causediby drinking korosone oil.
The iremains were laid to rest in
tho Round Mountain cometery.
Prof Dan Bowles of Abilene
was with us Sunday jind gayo us
some splendid singing. Come
Rev. Gibbs of Abilono at-
tended services hero Sunday
A number of tha young people
attended the graphophone enter-
tainment at Melrose Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. II. W Richard-
son wer$tne guests of J. W.
Pool and wife Sunday.
MwJMttftiW'Jda Powers and
Huldah Brown NYorq In Abilene
There is talk of a new school
house at this place. We hope to
see Hie work begin soon.
Moro May 22. We have
plenty of rain and crops
Everybody enjoyed the picnic
at a grove in E. W. Pollopk's
pasture also the ball at Uncle
Bill McGlouns at night.- Supose
they were given to appropriate
fundB to Miss Zilpha Pollock for
her assistance in the Moro
Parents and children unite
in mourning the departure of
their teacher Prof. R. W. May-
field. Oscar Carter has found his
horse that lived ten days in a
fence withqut food or water.
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Miss Mary Bwin and brothers
werevisiting K. K. Brewer and
family last week but
turned to their homo in
A. A. Davis has returned to
Moro after a few weeks absenoe..
Pop Eyed Bill.
Hodges May 23. How are
times with you? Thoy are all
right hero except wo need a littlo
Health of the community is
Misses Jennio and Bortha Pat-
terson were the guoataof their
sister Mrs. J. Moran las.t Wed-
nesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Westay
McCoy a finebqyon the 20th.
Mother and child aro not doing
Well at present.
Rev Hendricks will preach
little Roya Chapman and Mr
RIoob little girlB funeral next
Mi TMoGoy and. wife.wefe
the guoata of Ed Sweat and) wife
We aim to make Sunset Gold the
Quickest DIVIDEND PAYER
This Company is beyond any doubt one of the very beat
on earth today. Capitalized $5000000 with $4000000 treasury
stock. Par value S1.00. Present price 4 cents "ground floor
price." 'Pull paid and non-assessable No debts. Management
first-class. Company courts the very closest investigation.
Everybody throughout the whole South that know raeknow
full well I would not recommend this company unless I had ev-
ery reason to believe it is all right. I have hundreds of custom-
ers composed of ministers lawyers doctors druggists bankers
railroad men merchants olerks mechanics newspaper men
school teachers and a great many of the verV best women of the
land. I would advise them in order to better their condition
financially to buy this stock. If you can not buy but S10.00
Worth 250 shares do that. Dividends will be paid on $250.00
when started not S10.00. Buy in large blocks. Buy $25.00
$50.00 $100 $500 "$1000 $2000 $5000. References gladly
Remember the mines are grinding out gold every day If
you desire further information write for it.
payable to me.
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KEMP LOCAL JOrBHSTD JLSlHEIsrE
last Friday night.
Fred Moore was seen carrying
a cotton planter home last Thurs-
day. Mrs. Rufus Adams was the
guest of Mrs. M. S McCoy last
Mrs. J. S. Sims arid son were
shopping in Hodges Monday.
Eli Berry says he is tryning
to raise a corn patch this year.
Eula May 23. The Seventh
Day Adventist is preaching here
at nights will continue a week
or so longer.
J. A. Hester and family were
at Eula Monday.
Mrs Compton and Miss. Mag-
gie Compton went fishing Mon-
day. Bro. Young preached at the
Bro. Welch of Potosi preached
lit mo xupuHi unurun ounuay
Morris Woodward was. in Eula
Messrs J. P. Watkins and E.
W. T. Compton went to Abilene
Dr. M. C. Thaxton and R. S.
Ozment went to Baird Monday
Mr. Compton has been con-
fined to his room for several days
having stepped upon a nail.
W. B. Ferguson and Charley
Dillard went to Baird Monday.
Saveral Xrom this part are-attending
court at Baird.
J. A. Conloe and John Green
of Eagle Cove were visitors hero
Bergoyne Williams wont to
Henry Hallmark was in Eula
one day last week.
J. U. Cornelison entertained
several callers Sundayjafternoon.
J N. always furnishes plenty
of good music.
Ed Morriok and sister were
pleasant visitors to our city lust
Several of the young -people
are contemplating a trip to Po-
tosi Sunday to hear Mr. Sho-
R. B. Miller and wife were
trading in Eula Monday.
John B. Williams wont to Baird
Friday after two cars of mules
for the Will Harris ranch i
C. H. Morgan was in Eula
O. L. Harrel of Floydala is
with "home folks this week. He
will start for Denton in a few
days to attend the Summer
Miss Beulah Miller spent Mon-
day with Mi.ss Addie Merrick.
Nugent May 22. The clouds
are hovering around as though
we were going to have more rain.
Crops are looking very well
much better than in some parts
of the county where -there has
been less rain. Farmers aro
Miss Ollie Roberts returned to
Misses Mamie and Una Wag-
goner and Rota King oamo in
Thursday from Morkol having
spent several days there.
Creath Harvey wont to Merkel
(by the way of Caps) Sunday
before last. n
A number of young peoplo went
to Centorline Sunday afternoon.
Mrs Campbell came in from
Caps yesterday and is visiting
her daughter Mrs. Berryhill.
Mrs. Monroe and ohildron are
hero from Abilene stopping at
Mrs- King Roberta and Miss
Ollfe Roberts qvq shopping in
1 Misa Ethel King returned from
Miaa Rogers of Georgians vis-
iting her oousins Misses Wilkin-
I son and will probably spend the
I H ID 115 Ml!
Demonstrate out Fowef N
Shares will certainly advance May20th to 5c
May reach par $f .00 per share within a
year. Depend on earnings. Don't
boy at 4 cents to sell at JO or
.20 cents hot boy to
Sworn Statements Made Monthly
So satisfactory to subscribers giving ex-
act details about their business.
Mrs. Peter Harvey's mother
and other relatives from south
Texas are her guests this week
Mr. Castle of Anson made a
business(?) visit to Nugent Sun-
There is to be an "all-day
singing" at Nugent next Sunday.
Stith May 22. Well it is get-
ting pretty dry out here. The
light rain wo had a few days ago
did not do much good.
The health of the comunity is
good with the exception of Rev.
J. W. King and tyo children who
vjkhave-the measles and the writer
understands that they are getting
T N. Kelso and. daughter and
H. M Shaw and daughter at-
tended ohuroh at Merkel Monday
There was singing at the home
of W. J. Williams Sunday even-
ing. Bro. Butler was able'to be out
at churoh Saturday.
Will Beavers a special friend
of tho writer was with us
Saturday night from Abilene.
Prof. Holdbrook pf Liberty
Hill will Bing with us the third
Sunday in Juno wo are glad to
J. B. Mayfield took dinner
witth M. C. Kelso Sunday
Roby May 22. The present
outlook for grass and crops ia as
serious aB it has oyer boon on
May 23rd. There has been a few
good showers in favored spots of
Fishor county and in these nar-
row spacea you can- find some
promising oropa and even tanks
and water holes filled with wafer.
But over three-fourths ' of the
county has no grass and no
growing orops Yearlings are
selling at $7.50 per head and
there is no demand for stock' cat-
tle at any price.
Your correspondent was in
Stonewall county a fow days' and
the situation is even naoro serious
than in Fisher county. The fields
Ifiave seen remind me of the
map of i-he Pacific ocean the-
groups of islands ort the map;
representing the patches of corn
and .maize that came up some
weeks ago after a rain and the .
sea representing the vast acreage'
broken up and some'of it plant-
ed but nothing on it weeds not
eyen venturing to grow.
It is true that with good seas-
ons of rain from now on lota of
cotton maize and sorghum coud
yet be be raised but' it needs to
come soon and in copious show-
ers for there is no moisture be-
neath to be met by the rain' that
may fall. 'In most places thero
has not been a half-inch of rain
since July 1903 But we are still
hopeful and praying the good
Lord to aubdue qnd control the
clouds that make every effort at
prooipitation will suooeed in sat-
isfying our urgent wants.
There is an old saying "that it
is no trouble to make a fortune if
you have once seoured the first
million.'1 It js just so in' West
Texas about rain. No trouble to
raisejerops if tho ground haa
once been wet to a depth of a
Our brick yard is still keeping
on with a day and nig ht force
turning out the finest Driok to
be found this side of Thurber
and it is thought that they are
equal to the celebrated Thurbor
The International Correspond-
ence Schools 'are teaching Civif
Service courses. Hundreds of
persona are training themselves
for bettor positions during spare'
tune. Why should you not do
tho game? See the ad of Inter-
national Correspondence Sohool
in this paper.
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 355, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 28, 1904, newspaper, May 28, 1904; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333479/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.