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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

-yffc y -ttw rtfMiw- w (-- "M rAMrirx. Tornado Rain and Hail Bring Rich Harvest of Bargains to Shoppers Tirf disastrous Tornado of Monday evening caused us serious damage in several departments especially in in our Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Sections. In some instances water damage was slight other items more seriously and still other items were totally damaged. Total damaged goods will be carried off and burned and partially damaged items have been grouped and will be sold at a fraction of former value. Sale of Damaged Merchandise Begins Safcfrday Aug. 5th i We are going to make prices that will goods showing a particle of water dam Come Saturday Items that Will Be Inte Ladies9 Muslin Underwear More or less damaged the greatest valuii you hatted had offered you. . Our' entire stock orvLadiMr Mrfun Underwear will go as folows: ""' . . . -SP" 50c 60c and 75c garments choice .TT 25c 85c $1.00 and $1.25 garments choice 50c $1.50 and $1.75 garments choice .... 75c $2.00 and $2....

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 — 4 August 1911

PAOX SIX n m I'' ; l ( K I! i u i i m i n U PROS MAKE SECOND OFFER TO THE MIS Burly Closing aud So Shipment of LI juor to "Dr)" Territory Among- Provisions Set Forth BOUNDS HOME MB ORION IS UNKNOWN Providing Son Angolo Saloon won Will agree to close their establish Handsome licsidenco lit College Heights Was Totally Destroyed 'Ujr Flames Monday. Flames originating from nil tin- known suurco yestorday afternoon to- nients at nnjcarjj hour In Uio ovcu-ir """" ""'"" kUU " ' . " . tag removoVtheihalrs and benches STJ" T:. Sf In front of tlic saloons dldcontiuue1.. . "7 ". : i... ioTvA V the sale of Hquor to boys whose ttoli '" ""ffi'0'1 at about '$8'000' B- . . .. .. suranco su.ouo. there Is a doubt and also exert their Tue influence to end any bootlegging that d N Fourteentu strcets. may oxi a local option election may. . hnmlRnn1 BtN1in.n. ' -w -. .IWWM U V. UWV.M be averted In Tom Green county. Another provision Is that liquor nlnst not be shipped from Snn Angelo Into "dry" territory...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

rA0 SKYJStf MD AVID BRO'S BIG DAM AGE SALE Caused by the Rain and Hail Storm Monday Afternoon My 31st & X Thousands of Dollars Woth of High Class Merchandise including Dry Goods Piece Goods Laces Embroideries Dress Linen Table Damask; Domestic-Bleached and Bown; Plain White and Figured V yrff' Lawns Ladies' Shirt Waists Wash Skirts NLm's Felt Hats Shirts Soft and Neglige Men's Ladie and Thousands of Other U All Narked Dqwt On many qkmz Articles .arf" 4MF M I MWI r . ''i a. j' im abb n it& sfiaiFAaicies too jwiuk . 7f yf r J.1qJx K Of! 1 lC9JffRLt 's Ozfotdrand Shoes foils to Mention Means they Must Go Prices have been Marked One-Half It is unnecessary fo jijto say that you can save many dollars by a ;.? taking advantagew this sale the prices we are making prove that conclusively J0k down the high cost of living-buy during our Big Damage Sfle while you can save One-Third to One-half on lots of very Useful MerekasidSse. Don't delay COME RIGHT AWAY ! 6 TH e Following are a Few ...

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 — 4 August 1911

JATK 'MOUT " . na 3 PI s II 1st 8 1 MAS COTTON E ENCOURAGING REPORT IS GIVEN OUT ON COTTON STATES 1IY GOVEHNMENT AVERAGES ARE EXCELLENT "Virginia Makes Best Snowing Condi lion of Texas Crop On July 25 Was 98 Pet-cent Compared With Average of 79 By Associated Press WASHINGTON D. 0. AUG. 2. The cotton condition on July 25 was 89.1 percent of normal compared with 88.2 percent on July 25 last and 79.4 percent as an average for the pas'; ten years. This report is regarded by tbo Department of Agriculture as very encoUaging. Condition By States The cotton condition on July 25 compared with ten year average for the cotton growing states is reported aB follows: Virginia 102 and 81; North Carolina. 87 and 79: South Car olina. SC and 70; Georgia 95 and 80; Florida 95 and SG; Alabama 94 and 79; Mississippi SC and 79; Tennes- see 92 and 82; Missouri 9G and 83; California 99 percent for July 25 no ten year average. Texas Condition The condition of the Texas cotton crop on July 25 was 8G percent ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

rA0vx h LOTS OF WATER IN CITY'S RESERVOIR Lytic Lake Dcrhcd Handsome Benefit From Jlcary Rains Soath ef Abilene Monday. wva. l 0D OTW farnl thCr 8h0Ud b8 RM "" " IUV"' lcaBt ono good brood marc rearing n County of Taylor ' good colt a year. A yearling colt can Whoroab on tho lBth day of July bo fown na chcaply a8 R yeariing 1011 there was Issued out of tho Jus- Bt Rnd If R 0(1 ono wln b0 yorVb tleo court of Prcc. No. 1 Taylor coun- BCVjral lfmcS morc monoy. ty Texas an execution on a certain B tho cc of h s to0 l0vy ault pending therein wherein A. 0 h market baBcd upon tbo scarcity Anderaon "Pontiff and D. B. Kauff- f d fl not mcan tlmt man la defendant the same being No. f J m loac momy hf rnBnB home ubc. Whatever loss the peoplo of Abilene might hove Buatalned by tho wlndatonn Monday afternoon thlB city Is iu no danger of aufforlng from a water fam- ine. Lytic Lake the city's reservoir at this time holds morc water tban at any previous time In Us history. Following Monday's downpo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

) I rxm m en Uousaxva "DoVVavs . AQoyWy ot NUvcVvawiise " . ' ' ' ... ' - ' ' :.'". -- i ml fj M ' M a 'A 4 J J m trJ n 1 K If t(toTC or Vcss damaged j xnatcT from tv& xccaut slotm xnvW be soVa at a fractvem o tV& farmer Kce axa ualvxc. SVccord- vrvg to te telegram sYxowv Va Wvs ad rce Vvavje lrax$xraca tve Yfc$oeat and most successful sale cuer atlertuplca tou tvls store "doaavj tvc xtX tau of Nils sale VvurviTeas o tjbotAb bouovtvmercYvaTo36 tvat tve damage could. YiaroAu Vic detected orv&tvrlces tvbbt before eard of. Some of tVvese goods suffered considerable damage In tout muclitlie greater port of tue stocV. tve damage Is oulu sllgvt rawglug from goods tat mere "partlallu. roet to tlvose tat mere owlvj sllgVvtlu. damp. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. INCORPORATED THEO. N. VAIL President BELVIDERE BROOKS Gan'l Mir. Received at ABILENE TEXAS T. A. Williams St. Louis Mo. Aug. 1st 1911. Care Campbells. Abilene Tex. T . m .. js Vi Ann t V n rvnQQT .HMmnrvA X am SUl'iy iu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 August 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORT TOI.17MK XXXI CAPTAIN WISE BURIED TODAY I'UWEttAl' OF PIONEER CITIZEN MELD THIS MORNING WAS LARGELY ATTENDED. DtEDYESTERDAYMORNING Death Followed Long Illness From A Chronic Stomach Complnlut; Sketch of long and Active Life. The funeral services of Capt. Louis C Wise who died at 3:25 o'clock Sun- day mornlifg wore held from the fam- ily residence 1726 North First Btreet at half past ten o'clock this morning. Rev. E R. Allman rector of the Church of Heavenly Rest (Episcopal) conduc- ted the service. The women of the church choir Bang. Tho procession that followed the body to tho grave was one of the larg- est ever luiown In Ahllene. The Wise family are among the pioneers here; Capt. Wiso's life was intimately inter- woven with the business growth of Abi- lene and his great popularity was aptly exemplified in numbers and personnel of those who attended his funeral. The floral offerings completely covered the casket scores of expensive and beauti- ful wreaths...

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 August 1911

FflPAlUi VW' Mkt lUtotoiJM 3M1WTF ed by law. "Article 1083 of tho Codo of Crlmin. ffeta is Give Senator W. J. al I'roceduro provides that whon an Jly Assfetat Attemy General ofllcor goes boyoad the lhaita of w TTnlUiall 'state for ft fuglUvo from Justice on - 'requisition of tho governor hb shall AUSTIN Aug. 5. Tho following rocclvo such compensation as Uio gov- ...f:U. '..-"?....- .. -.1-.. i. -l.rtll ntlmtf for BtlCU BOrvlCO aeicexpianaiory iouur wao "uy m- mui D...... ....... --- .. a dieted to Senator W. J. Bryan by Firat Should tho legislature not dcslro to . Aaslstan Attorney General James u. mnKo a bpcuhiu " 7 "":. Walthall with roforonco to claim relief of the said W. P. McQaughy against tho atato by Sheriff W F. Mc the expenses above mentioned could oVughy of Nolan county. bo paid out of ho appropriation of Tm kded ma today ItUotoed ttate- $1000 mado to tho governor by the mlibnili affidavit attached by W. F. Thirty-First legislature for tho pay- McGaughy of expense Incurre...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 August 1911

HUKftlKJMS WJVk u. BANKING IS A HABIT 4Jr: K :S.' wii "-3St . ; . . " '.-v- u; ;i :? ?' ...... . .' '"' "'. " 'jfe&5 "''''''' ' '.'. ' Some men have the habit of carrying their money arourfd in their pockets. This is a bad habit. Some keep their money in banks. This is a good habit. GET THE RIGHT HABIT ' - ' -r j Riti -iff'- fCS'-v-4 :' ;.:v V ) . Remember that we appreciate small accounts The First State Bank & Trust Co. . B. BYWUM PB18 The Guaranty Fund Bank J. O. SHELTON ACTIVE T. P. J. H. COUCH Y. P.. OSCAB PABKEH CASHIER . Professional and Business Directory OF ABILENE Thp Hub of Central West Texas DB. JOSEPH HALT Eye Ear Nose and Threat. Office one block west of Postofflco L. W H0LLI8. M. D. Hoars 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m 4 to 6 p. m. At Mollis Sanitarium 8 to 10 a. m. Office Saylcs 'Building Rooms 16-17. WILL STIT1I & CO. Notary Pablic tOMlce over Citizens National Bank. BE. CIBUS N. BAY Oeteopathlc Physician And Surgeon Will be here every day in future. L Offle...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 August 1911

t Am worn AIU.ENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BT ABILENU PRINTlNa COMPANY tered bb second class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1808 SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 Oao Year Blx Months $1.00 . 50 Subscribers railing to receive their paper regularly will confer a It or upon the management by reporting wmo to tho business office Jill papera should bo deliv- ered by 6:30 each afternoon and if deliver is not made 7 7:00 o'clock p. m.. report same to tho business office. Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed tho Reporter or somo particular aepartmont and not to Individuals as in their abBeCco their mail will not bo opened. Drafts Checks and postoffice and express dr- iers should be made payable to tho ABILENE PRINT- ING COMPANY. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of tho Reporter will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of tho firm TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation S. W...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 August 1911

rAi mi. 1 aaaalSBMaaw JV aaaaaat '' aan aaaf aaaf aaaf Tornado Rain ana Hail Bring Rich Harvest of Bargains to Shoppers Ww Gome Monday and Every Day Thi of items that Will Be of In Ladies' Muslin Underwea More or less damaged the greatest values had offered you. Our entire stock Underwear will go as folows: hf)r film nnrl 7fif. rrnrmnnffs. rVhninn . . . . M . . . .ChC 85c $1.00 and $1.25 garments choice .. . Jf5e $1.50 and $1.75 garments choice . ...mftHBc $2.00 and $2.25 garments choice 4rftt$l 00 .$2.50 and $2.75 garments choice .V?!. if? $125 $3.00 and -$3.50 garments.- choice JF.$1 50 Children's Kompers ages 2 to 6 slightly choice for only .... pe ejp s Mufti f . F til i mjgef. a Jnyigjrve ttjpamrs m Children's Gingliams and Percale School Dress choice for Ladies' White Tailored $1.50 $2.00 and $2.25 lines choice $2.50; $2.75 and $3.00 lines choice . Ladies' Coat damjgef. cdTiA. aJClifO Your .35c f ii I 1 1 1 r liWii mf jwt' Xi Jr y IJr 00 LatUy QBPU J &m eek. You'll Find Hu...

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 — 8 August 1911

-AWiB 0mA MMMmmmIw $rT Good: Sacrifice of Tornado and Water Dam iw1 st 'mv. Be Sold rda Every Piece Time & it's the Greatest Oftpbrti ! ti ft ufeat Will (W 31a wsiound titfob we sustained a water' After the ereatest storm of Abilene'slusfary oh damage of something over one fourtf of our sjcl why&fwe pronp& to sell as rapidly as pos sible regardless of the cost of the mercmndis V r - TZ ' JK We Will Clear Out EvJ Piece Damaged Gooofs W Once It is the greatest saving opportunitywt the buyingpublic will perhaps ever have again. The sale begins Monday morning August 7th. Do natffail to come to this Sale and take advantage of this matchless reduction of prices. The Abilene !u ! Goods Co. MISS MOAVID RELVTED HERE XOUNG GIBJ DKOWNED SATURDAY AT DALLAS A CO USE OF ABILENE PEOPLE. FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY TollewiBg Account of Miss McDnTid's Tragic Death Was Published In Dallas Horning News in its Sunday Issue.' By Associated Press. DALLAS Aug. 7. The funerals of 3L H. Stokey a Dalla...

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 August 1911

fAX 8RT1 1 fc mrl - f! t J I t "'w Tt ff . '" jSj yVE ' NEWSPAPERS Schulte Cubs" "Silent Frank" Now Leading the Big League Batters In Home Run Hitting 1 '"i Pboto by American Press Association r 1 I 1 u "-"?!.'- 1 I BASEBALL RESULTS TEXAS LEAGUE Results Yesterday Oklahoma City 4 Dallas 3. Austin 7-4. Galvston 0-0. HouBton 5 San Antonio 0 Fort Worth 3 Waco 2. Standing of the Clubs CLUBS Pld. Won 64 65 63 60 58 55 55 43 Lost 51 62 63 54 57 61 62 73' Pel Houston 115 117 116 114 115 657 65S Austin t Baa Antonio 543 52G 504 Waco It. Worth Dallas 116 Ok City ....... 117 Galveston .'116 474 470 371 Where They Tiny Today. NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday St. Louis 9-1 Boston 0.5. Cincinnati 7-3 Philadelphia 6-1 Brooklyn 6 Chicago 1. Standing of tho Clubs. CLUBS Pld Won Lost Pet 613 604 600 583 657 442 385 224 Chicago 93 Pittsburg .... 96 Now York 95 Philadelphia ..... 96 St. Louis ........ 97 Cincinnati ...... 95 Brooklyn 96 Boston ........ 98 57 58 57 56 54 42 37 22 36 38 38 40 43 53 69 7...

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 August 1911

ii;t ''."..' . '"' "" ' -" "" ' . . . r - . I. i ti -i f ' : irvh'i ;' .' '-...." 5'g s a;-r3 txm note I (Uiw6e iicMMtwra wAltttKI) HALF PRICE. Short leagths la Silks Dress Goods White Goods WashFa brteM"- boM. Curtain Goods Embroideries etc. dtfered this wjekrt exact . iy COLORED LAWNS 1-2 MUCK. f Big nBBorUnont of figured Lawns ranging In price from 5c to c a yard Including Ml no colors and Weaves. Length fro m Ui c o a Many S jam pieces Water Damage Sale at OW;-HAU ladles' LVacy-towcnr. Garmonta Croftm ttto "V0V xntth. Tfafa'ayfoTfed nvwHAWrra np HII.K 1.3 PRICE. Wo havo brought forward from our Silk Department durable materials colors and longths In Taffota MessollnoB Foulards Rough Silka and Wash Silks ranging from short longths for waists up to 8 and 10 yards suitable for full dresses. Wo offor these In Damage Salo your) "Leo ONE-HALF TRICE RIBDON REMNANTS 1-2 PRICE. Narrow Ulbbon Hair Ribbon Width and beautiful Sash Ribbon alt doBlrablc Colors a big assortment Remnants. Wator...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 August 1911

jswm: -' ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER YftMJXKXXXI ABILENE TEXAS THWXXi AUGUST 11 1111. TERRIFIC HEAT STILL GOES ON BNTIRK SOUTHWEST BLISTERING UNDER HIGH TEMPERATURE. SEVERAL DEATHS NUMBER ft. NOTICE TO ABILENE WOMEN The Woman's Christian Tomporanco Union of Abllono will moot tomorrow aftornbon'at half past four o'clock In tho First Baptist church. Every lady in tho city interested In tho work 1b reqttcstod to bo present. VIEW CITY GROWING. I. SGI TODAY FILED CHARTER EXTENDS 10 ILLINOIS Wheat Suffers Sovorely DaUas Re ports 102 Texarkana 104 Paris ' Ah BoHham 101 Galnes. lias 1 Prostration Tln Vfnv nfinw. a mt.. C4-.l tmt x! ..v -4'uii jLvnu uu jlhu ONIIIH JCC UCSl of gaps to Hare a Gla. By Associated Press. KANSAS CITY Md. Aug. 10. The Weather Bureau station at this point reports continued high temperature over the cotton and corn bolts extend- ing from Northern Tennessee to the Quit ef Mexico. Indications aro that In many sections yesterday's temper ture which was the hottest 'of ...

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 — 11 August 1911

A01 T t ) ( t w lb M Mm DAILY REPORTER By ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY tered hb second class mail at AMIone Texas October 14 1908 I f SUBSCRIPTION RATES x Oae Month (in advance) - - - - - - .60 Tire Months (In advance) - .... f 1.35 Mx Months (in advance) ------ 2.70 One YePT (in advance) s-00 Subscribers railing to receive their paper regularly will confer a U 'or upon Uw management by reporting fame to the' business Offlco. Ail papers should bo dellv- red by C:30 each afternoon and if dellvC7 is not made y ?:00 o'clock p. m. report same to tho business office. Letters pertaining to business Bhould bo addressed the Reporter or some particular department and not to Individuals as in their absence their mall will not bo opened. Drafts checks and postofflce and express olr- dera should be made payable to the ABILENE PRING- ING COMPANY. .Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the Reporter will ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 August 1911

f49K rmum Him ilnimi i .i.iniii A Service is Our Aim ': jf'gv . . he elegant building shown by the accompanying cut is typical of the service we want to give our customers . v 'S. ; ;- i e- .Li ''.. ' OUR HOMP IS YOUR HOME It matters not how small the account yoii open with us it will be appreciated.' The First State Bank & Trust Co. t o. mil Site y. . ( "The Bank that Appreciates Your Bisiieu'' ) SsakiSffinicA CASHIER. M. l I HI ;... .. 'HI f MONEY TJfe-.X Tfioii tjaU Ji 0 irf z'" .: -T-' 11 ifflSj LjX:-.. .iFimI Hl TALKS and always to the point. Both day and night it's piling up in- terest and making its owner the richer. BANKtrfG METHODS here are profit- able to our patrons. Loans and invest- ments negotiated through this bank are reliable and satisfactory. If not now depositor we invite you to come in and be one of us. Commercial National Bank A B I L E K. E TEXAS CHICKENS TOO COSTLY. Tnft and Guests at Ills Deception St. Louis Will Have to Eat Beef. J EWS GATHER FO ST.- LOU...

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 — 11 August 1911

fr-- - J m ll w Hi si V 'Gate One of Most "Picturesque Fighter in Financial World One ot the moet plctareesae aereea- allties in American financial annals was John Warner Gates. The predonu laatlnr characteristics of Ma aatare energy and speculation particularly the latter earned him the sobriquet 01 "Bct-you-a-Mllllon" Gates under frhlcn cognomen he was celebrated on two continents Ho was a big man and did only big things In a big way At the time of his death ho was onoj of the most striking figures In the mon John W. Gates had only to bring: to realization his early dream of a wiro trust After his first bucccsb In got- tlnir tocother his Consolidated Steel and Wire Company ho was asked to'Df j B nssumo the presidency or we Illinois Steel Company wmen ai muv " Ref(J. was struggling along filter tno naru ... i .J.Ltl-. nwtAtt t mes" name uates graauiuiy oawu. nnfn An ded his acUvltles and influence ana in thnotlco the fall or 1897 ho determined w uj Jtfttriar again to merge the wiro...

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 — 11 August 1911

FAME fit. w X 1 fi ndForleans secures another enterprise The General BuslncBH Company In- corporated For $000000 Head- ed Dy Prominent Men Vlhftt'blda fair to eclipse any otlor concern of its Hind In this country or what may bo termed the only concern of its kind in this country la a now corporation jimt organized in this city to bo known as tuo uouurui uubi..w0 ;" v. it 1b a "get-together" idea I .11111 iru' j -T . inf linn IOI1E UCUI1 urunjuK jii "-' . . .. a i a rntnrtn of several prbmlnont Loulsin- na business mon. a ... .. ii - .... crvnnf'of Millions OL UUliuil) .iiu uvn ""'"''l ' " : : . nnimllv with northorn and eastern! When tho smoke of battle cleared tho Sill order houses by tho people of bill read $2000. Tho longest debate 4hn Southorn states which docs not injoccurrod over tho Gilmoro amendment invmannor benefit tholr own commu-1 cwttine out tho $10000 appropriation Si This now corporation offers to bo expended undor tho direction of Southern tho same opportunity of so-...

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 — 11 August 1911

"(! iwiHflioiuiiHfln)m'Mmfriwlw ? ifa .t..if i.'yrcwwi'yjWMrwMlM"UV6ffng3 ijasjginu&ms&lS"isi''w "'" mc - mi K iWKT KI NECESSITY If NUMER OF STATES Ui Carolina AgricslUral Hoiy 1$ Assisting ltarmorg to Fight l'respcct of Drouth. turn but 611. A tftitiSt iiiSii dry warm woathor 1b desirable." "mwmm Mrs. Ada Brewer of Eastland county ' wjio visited relatives la tho south nnrt of this nou ii tV. nnsflcil tlirntieh Abilene this morning returning to tier thome. BEGIN SEPTEMBER CHICAGO ILLAug. G. H J Writ- ten commissioner ot tlio Department of Agriculture Comniorco find Indus tries oi sputm Carolina believes that irrigation Is a necessity for tho great- est agricultural yield in thai state.and fihe department which he heads had i adopted the unusual plan of personal- ly assisting farmers needing irrigation for crop insurance in installing ar- tesian and pumping plants. Commis- sioner Watson because of tho drouth this year has received many letters from farmers throughout tho stat...

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