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LUMBER PRICELISTjOF
Wm. CAMERON & CO.,
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, SEPT. 20. 1901.
COMMON LUMBER, Sw-' No--
1x4. 1x0 1x8, S. 1 S Sltf.W 5lll.ro
2x10 Ship Lap atd 1x12 com. S. 1 S 20.00 UUK1
2x4,2x0,2x8 " 18.00 10.00
4x1,4x0,2x10,2x12 " 20.00 10.00
4x4 Rough Timber 12 to 21 fget lonjr 21. Oil 20.00
.'.xfi " ' 12to2V lection 24.00
W0 nnil 8x8 Roujjh Tlmbur 12 to 24 7cui lone 24.00
51 for ouch additional 2 foot over 24 fuel up to .'til
2 INCH TROUGH LUMBER.
2x12 and 14 Pino clear heart :i2.f.O 2.1.00
2x10 and 18 ' " .. :i7.f0 II.'i.OO
2x12 and 14 Cyprons clear heart f0.00 IT.flO
2x10 and 18 and up eypresa ulear liuurt . ... . ftj.fid f0.tM)
CLEAR FINISH.
1x4.1x5,1x0,1x8 S. 2 S 27.60 2.'i.00
1x10, 1x12. Ux4, G and 0 :io.o 27.50
1x14, Ixl0,ljx8, 10 and 12 32.G0 ;!0.00
1x0 and 8 and 10 moulded casing and base 37.50 .Vi.OO
Poplar nnlsh 75.00
White Pino finish 85.00
CyproaB flnUh 55.00
SIDING, FLOORING, CEILING AND
O. G. BATS
-8x0 Bovoled Siding pino 2O.00 Ht.00
6-8x0 " " cypress , 27.50 25.00
6-8x4 D. IJ. D. and M. Colllne 22.50 21.00
lxl and 0 D. and M. PlOorlag 24,00 22.50
.1x0 Drop Siding pine 24.00 22.50
1x0 " " cypress .12.50 .'10.00
3x30. G. BaU 20.00 19.00
x4 " " 22.5J 21.00
D. and II. Pickets flat plno 22.50 21.00
" " " square pine 25.00 24.00
" ' flat oyprc&H .12.50 30.00
" " ,' square oysresH 32.50 30.00
Shingles prime 3.75
" boat 4.25
Bod Wire Picket Fence 3 ft 5.00 pr 100 ft
" " 4 ft 5.50
' " , ' " 5 ft ti.50 "
Portland Cement 4.00 per Bbl.
Punco Posts No. 1 12c
2 10c
Codar Blocking 10c pr foot
40 per cent, discount on Sash Door, etc.
These prices subject to change without notice.
WM. S. KELLY,
MANAGER.
The Fair sells it for loss.
For cooking and boating
SUDV09 300 J S Miles.
It pays to buy at The Fair.
Phone 250.
S. T. Dawson will ship today,
Jwo cars of mares to Milano
Junction.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
Canton and Yellow Kid Disc
plows atllagelstein's.
Call on Wm. Cameron & Co.
tor lumber. We will muet all
competition in prices.
Lon Arnett will ship today,
to A. M. Mater, of Lampasas, t
car of fat cows.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
Car Columbus buggies just re
ceived at Hagolstein's
Full lino of up-to-date belts in
leather, folded satin and elastic
eirdlo effect at March Bros.
Romomber the roping and
racing contest comes off the 15,'
Ifiand 17.
The Fair sells it for less.
For cooking and heating
stoves soe J S Miles.
Car Studebakor bucks and
vragous just received at Ilagel
stein's. The Millspaugh & Co. dam
case is on the docket for the
first Monday in October. Judgo
Mays' court.
It pays to buy at The Fair.
Phone 250.
Dain hay ca rriers (Go Devils
at Findlater's.
Get your groceries, grain, buy
and rackets from J. R. Gilbert
A Co.
Cotton is coming in quite live
ly now from all parts of Tom
Green and adjoining counties.
200 bales have come in and
prices rango from 7.10 to 7.H5.
Tin work at Hagolstein's.
Fruit jars at Findlator's".
Dain hay carriers (Go Dovils)
at findlater's.
The Grant Lumber Co. have
the stock and want a chance to
figure on all bills no matter how
small.
Mrs. S. B. Merger had the
misfortune on Thursday evening
to fall off the gallery of her
daughter's homo Mrs. Windrow,
and dislocate hor shoulder. It
was quickly replaced in position
and she is resting easy.
It is a pleasure to show our
goods, and we kindly ask you to
get our prices before buying.
Roach & Kooton.
The Fair sells it for loss.
Buck and Darling Cook Stoves
and heaters tit Hngetetoln's.
The Fair sells it for less.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
Fruit iars at Findlater's.
Tin work at Hagelstoin's,
Canton and Yellow Ivd Disc
plows at Hagolstein's.
Mr. Jno. McD. Parks is up
from San Antonio to see homo
folks, says he went to Houston,
Beaumont, Del Rio and Eagle
Pass, saw the Lig gushers at
Beaumont, but saw no country
or towu liKe Angelo and sur
rounding country.
It pavs to buy at The Fair.
Phone 2.")0.
Car load of Hancock Texas
Disc plows. J. S. Miles.
The best line of- children's'
school shoes for least money, at
March Bros.
Col J. R. Nasworthy says lie
bus picked 7 bales off his 70
acres of cotton and he thinks
the tield is gooJ for 20 or 25
more bales. That is the best
cotton wo have read or heard
troin any place. Tom Green
county us a cotton growing
country is not behind any.
It pavs to buy at The Fair.
Phone 250.
For cooking a u d beating
stoves seo J S Miles.
Car load of the celebrated
Wilson heaters at Hagolstein's.
See Fayette Mayes when you
want good young meats, fat and
line. Fayetto knows where to
get thorn.
Elder Wyatt. of the Christian
Church, left for Dublin yester
day evening to attend the Dis
trict Convention of the Christian
Church. In his absence no ser
vices will bo holu in the Chris
tian church next Sunday.
Toxas special Aerraotors,
neavy pattern and up-to-date.
The only mill on the market that
uses no bolts in bubs and arms.
No nuts and bolts to got loose.
All havo the wick feed brass
oilers.
It pays to buy at The Fair.
Phono 250.
Mr. C. A. Proband t has just
returned from Southern Toxas
and San Antonio, the latter
place he wont to place his son,
Henry, in the military school and
his daughter, Miss Hottie Pro
bandt, who accompanied her
father and brother, remained
visiting rolativcs and friends.
Mr. robandt says of all the
country he passed over none ap
peared to be in bettor condition
than San Angelo, and in many
plauos the drouth had laid its
destructive forces more par
ceptably on the country than it
seems able to bear.
The Fair sells it for less.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
For cooking a n d heating
stoves see J S Miles
Cotton was ranging in price
this week in Suu Angelo at from
7:25 to 7:50.
It puvs to buy at The Fair.
Phone 250.
Canton and Yellow Kid Disc
plows at Hagolstein's.
For cooking a n d heating
stoves see .1 S Miles.
Fast black heavy rubber
bicycle hose for children, 12Ac
per pair at March Bros.
Mr. A. B Giles has changed
'nis otlice from the Lundou hotel
to the S pence building.
It pays to buy at Tho Fair.
Phone 250.
For cooking a n d heating
stoves see J S Miles.
March Bros, will pay highest
price for your cotton, pecans,
hides, furs, etc.
Mr. J. N. Farquhar sold 8
steors this week to N. B. Spear
man, the butcher, at $15.
For cooking a n d heating
stovos see J S Miles.
Tlio Grant Lumber Co. moot
all coinpetit.on and all figures
thoy want your trade.
Dr. E. W. Rryan, dentist, in
Lasker Block, up stairs over
old Enterprise otlice. Concho
Ave., solicits your patronage.
Mr. Geo. Ridgill, from Grape
Creek, was in the city this week
attending the meeting by tho
Christian church.
J S Miles has just received a
car load of heating stoves of all
kinds. These stoves he can sell
you from $2.50 up.
It is a pleasure to show our
gooas, and wo kindly ask you to
get our prices before buying.
Roach & Keotou.
Hanusome line of ladies' Oan
nel waist patterns in all colors
with trimming to match $3, at
March Bros.
Mr. Doc Moss left yesterday
for Coke county to take unto
himself a partner. The Press
wishes Doc and his bride a big
share of this world's goods.
It pays to buy at The Fair.
Phono 250.
Cur Columbus buggies.just re'--ceived
at Hagelstoin's.
Heavy consignment of youths
and children's Clothing received
this week, prices $1.50 to $10.
March Bros.
Mr-J. L. Buckloy purchased
2 lots from Austin Spencer, the
hustling laud man. this week, and
he commenced the building of
a residence at once.
Guns und ammunition at C &
G Hogclstein's.
For Hancock Texas Disc plows
see .1. S. Miles.
Don't fail to call on J. H. Smith
& Co. for fresh grocories, conj
foctionaries and pastry. Wo
want your trade.
Mrs. D. M. A. Proband t, of
San Antonio, mother of Albert
and Felix Proband!, came up
with Mr. C. A. Probandton his
return, to visit her sons and
their families and other rela
tives. For cooking and heating
stoves seo J S Miles.
It pays to buy at Tho Fair.
Phone 250.
Henry Braydon, Harris. N. 0.,
says; ''I took medicine 20 years
for asthma but one bottle of One
Minute Cough Cure did tne more
good than any thing else during
that time. Best Cough Cure."
J. W. Harris & Bros.
Huffman & Clark made the
following sales this week: For
Joo Short to Mr. Kanudson. 20
acres of land for $220. For Bud
Bowon of Coleman County to R.
J. Flowers of Christoval, 72
head of stock cattle at $15. For
Wm. Pascholl of McCulloch
county to Webb Christian, 150
head of mixed cattle at $11.50.
For Mr. Hicks of MoCulloch
county to Mr. Bell, 50 head of
stock cattle at $10.75. For Mr.
J. N. Morgan to W. H. Allen,
lots 4 and 5 in block No. 7 Ellis
addition. Consideration, p. t.
Guns and ammunition at O &
G Hagelstoin's.
The Fair sells it for less.
INTERNATIONAL FAIR
OPENS OCTOBER 19,
CImis October 30, 1901.
The Revival Medina
The protracted meeting which
has been going on for the past
ten days at the Christian church
part of tho time, and at the Cum
berland Presbyterian part,
closed last Wednesday night,
and Elder B. B. Sanders, who
has been conducting tho moot
ing, loft Thursday for Coleman,
whoro he will preach the next
ten days.
Mr Sanders is an ablo ex
pounder of the scriptures, and
his preaching nt this pluco met
with very favorable comment
by those who went lo hear him.
He is no! on the bombastic or
der, but rather retiring in his
11111111101', not too much, howovor,
and shows a high appreciation
for good listoners. which any
nan can get in San jAifgelo, and
which he had.
TI.e church had nine addi
tions during the mooting, and
was spiritually much revived.
Mr. Sanders leaves our town
with the host wishes from all
thoso who formed his acquain
tance whllo horo.
Hancock Texas Disc Plows.
J. S. Milos has just rocoived a
car load of Hancock Toxas Disc
plow, both single and double
disc. This plow is manufactur
ed in Texas, and last year 90
per cent of tho disc plows sold
in Toxas were tho Hancock
tnako.
Thoy aro noted for their light
draft and for doing work whon
other discs fail. If you are in
tho market for a disc plow Mr.
Miles will sell you ono of those
plows, and if you do not say
yoursolf it is tho host plow you
evor saw, and it doos not do
what ho says it will do you havo
a right to rotum it, or in othor
words he will put it In your
tiolds and try it and if you don't
like it he will pay you for re
turning it to his placo of
business. '
Miss Minnie Boyd, siatur'to
HO. EC and AC Boyd, will
arrive !h i s morning
from Kosci u s k o, Missis
sippi, vlsiling her broUiers and
Mrs A H Wcatberly.
If you want your stove
polished and sot up for the
winter see J S Miles.
The Fair sells it for less.
J. l). Rawls, tli'j graiu man, is
the place to buy your corn, hay,
tyran, oats, otc.
Mrs E J Melton will return
from Herasiead Sunday and will
bo accompanied by Mrs Mc
Dormott's little daughters, Ruth
and Beatrice.
The finest parlor heating
stoves, for both coal and wood,
that was ever seen in San Ange
lo are now carried by .1 S Miles.
"Bell Bn'iid" Guitai' and
Mandolin strings excel all oth
ers, at Allen's.
W. R. Barton and family wore
in San Angelo Thursday, stop
ping at the McDerniott, on their
way to Sterling City.
For Hancock Texas Disc plows
see J. S. Miles.
Before buying hand-me-down
pants call and seo my $!).50 lino
made to your measure
W.O.Cochran.
The Clothier near postoflice.
Remember that Oct, 15. 10 and
17th aro the clays that tho Rop
ing Contests aro to come off at
San Angelo. Wo want to see
everybody here and want every
body to come. So be sure and
remember the dales.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
A Big Business on A Small Scale
is done bore. We servo a great
number of customers with choice
Roasts. Chops, Steaks, etc., hut
wo don't keep s largo quantity
of meat on baud. We receive
a fresh supply at frequont in
tervals and that is tho reason
ovorything is of such lelicious b
llavor. The meats havcMiot no
como tasteless through a long
imprisonment in the ice box.
Beof. Veal, Mutton, Lamb,
Pork, and all game in Btiison.
N. B. SPEARMAN,
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fIT IIS THIS WAY
Buying in CAR LOADS LOTS only, places mc
in position to show you a very large and at-
tractive line of FURNITURE,
AT PPICES IN THE REACH OF ALL
Dining Chairs at 65c and up
Iron Beds - - $3.48 ' ,r
Dining tables solid ok $4.45
Bed Room Suits $15.98 "
Center Tables 88c "
100 piece genuine china set
for $22.98.
Come, let us show you through.
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RURIMITURE STORE, j
A. J. BAKER & CO.,
BANKERS.
SrtN ANGBtO,
A. J. BAKER, the PrMldom of this bank hu boen a resident oHUen otftaa
Anxelo ror 18 years. He wm Commlsxloncr of the General Lund Offloe of Teii4 for
four yean. In well known a. n nnfe and oonherTutUc banker. ,
We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons.
Moneys loaned on Conservative Basis-
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FINDLATER.
LOWEST PRICES.
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to tho Finest Goods. Call and see my Goods aud get
my prices boforo you buy. You are always welcome
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