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Tho Fair sells it for less.
fatandard mowers, Findlater's
Car loud of Buck Stoves.
Consign your wool to March
JJros.
County court meets Oct. 7lb,
4iret Monday.
It rays to buy ut The Fair.
Phono 2G0.
The celebrated Peter Schutt
Jer wuyon at Fin dialer's.
lr. Nick Ainott, of Coke
county, lost an infant this week.
Guitars, Violins, Mandolins,
ptrinus, etc., at Allen's.
Now lino neckwear just re
ceived at Maich Bros.
Dr. Box, ol Eldorado, was in
tho city this week on business.
It pays to buy at The Fair.
Phono 250.
Cur load of the celebrated
"Wilson heaters at Bunelstein's.
The Philharmonic club had an
interesting meeting last night
unci discourse some fine music.
American Band, best 25 cent
harp in the world at Allen's.
Wo havu a complete line of
unch goods. Roach & Keelon.
Geo. Hagolstoin wont over to
Robert Leu this week to inspect
the new water works being
erected for that town.
t pays to buy ut Tho Fair.
Phone 250.
luatuig
75cts por lb,
rp, g
tlowa
glassware,
are, Roach
For cooking a n (t
stoves see J S Miles,
Car loud of the celobrated
"Wilson heaters at llagelstoin's.
The following ladies sang at
the Philharmonic lubt night:'
Jdrs MoAlpine. Mrs Hansom,
Miss Lola March and Miss
Maud Wells.
Pianos and organs on easy
payments at Allen's.
Wo have a complete line of
lunch goods. Roach A Keelon.
Seo those $5 Suits for men.
Tboy are world beaters.
March Bros.
Mrs. Blaine, wifo of Capt. J.
JL,. Blaine and sister to Mr.
Ohas. Dailey, arrived Wednes
day morning on a visit to Mr.
pailoy and family.
The celebrated Potor Schutt
lor wagon at Findlater's.
Stop with Bill Carr at Elk
JElorn Stable. Sherwood, Texas.
Grain. Bay, salt, ranch sup
plies. Roach & Keeton.
The following gentleman took
part in tho singing at the Phil
Harmonic last night: Mr Percy
JBaker, Mr May field, Mr Arm
strong and Mr Wolf.
Daiii hay carriers ((Jo Devils)
ut Kindlator's.
Grain, Bay, salt, ranch sup
plies. Roach cc Keeton.
11 you want your house moved
or raised or repaired, call and
pee Milton Curr, the contractor.
The Fair sells it for lesh.
Under tho now judicial redis
ricting, district court will con
vene in Tom Green county on
the second Monday in Decem
ber instead of tirst Monday as
heretofore,
Stop with Bill Carr at Elk
Horn Stable. Shorwood. Texas
Tho Grant Lumber Co. carry
the stock all kinds and want
your business call and see us
our prices will suit.
If you want value received for
your money, buy your grocer
ies at J. H. Smith Co. Wo
pell cheap.
Tho Fair sells it tor less
Standard mowerfc, Findlater's
Navujo Blankets
at March Bros.
Crockery wa
queenswaro, and
& Keeton.
District Court meets in Ster
ling City noxt Monday,
and Judge J. W. Timmins and
District Attorney b. u. Tayior
will leavo Sunday for that littlo
city to open and hold the court,
GunB and ammunition at C&
G Ilagolstoin'B.
It pays to buy at The Fair.
Phono 1250.
Car load of the celebrated
Wilson heators at Hagolstoin 's.
J S Miles has jus received a
car load of heating stoves of all
kinds. Thoso stoves he can sell
you from $2.50 up.
Tho business house heretofore
belonging to Mr W T Campbell
and under the management of
Mr R W Caldwell, changed
hands this week, II II Sigman &
Co of Brownwood buying Mr
Campbell out. Tho business
will romain in charge of Mr
Caldwell, who has proved him
self ono of tho best business
men in tho city, and it will bo
conducted on the Fame lino of
business us heretofore. Those
w ho have been patronizing this
house before thi6 will find tho
same gonialscourtosy as ever,
and Mr Caldwell solicits a con
tinuance. Tho Grant Lumber Co. havo
the stock and want a chance to
iigurc on all bills no matter how
small.
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Mocha aod Java, Pcaberry,
Reach & Kenton's blond, Climax
blend and other excellent coffees.
Roach &, Keeton.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
Car load of the celebrated
Wilson heaters at llagelstoin's.
A $2fi suit of clothing given
away. Seo
W. 0. Cochran,
The Clothier nearpostollico,
D For cooking a n d boating
stoves see J S Miles
The Fair sells it for less.
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Silk Specials,
The Ladies of San Angclo and vicinity
will be particularly interested in this the most
sacrificing sale oi the season, Wc have a lot of
silks that must be sold, They arc all first-class
goods and arc worth double the price wc ask,
Some arc in full pieces just as they came from
the Eastern markets, while others arc short lengths,
Every lady who reads this advertisement should
call to sec them whether she buys a yard or not,
A look will convince concerning their value,
Wc make two lots of them,
Lot One,
Black corded Tuifetas, designed for dressy
waists; black brocaded Taffetas, and other assorted
blacks. Soma sold for $1.25 per yard, some lor $1.00,
some for 85c, none for less than 75c, and wore consid
ered cheap at thoso prices. Wo must sell them in
tivodays. Tho firstealler gets choice and
the prico remains the same until all are HlP
gone, per yard, onlv vJPjkJL
Lot Two.
Fancy plaid and striped Tallotas. fancy novelty
silks, some in short lengths, some in half pieces, all
pieces contain us much or more than is necessary
for waist patterns. The regular values range from
$1.00 per yard to (50c, none sold for less,
until all a.-o sold the price remans, por A Rp
yard, only HfjJL
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GEO. A. LAN U KIM
Impersonator.
Will lecture in tho Methodist
Church Sept. tlOlh 8 p. m.. 11)01,
under tho managment of the
Epworth League.
See what is said of him
Mr. Land rum is certainly an
artist. McKinnoy Daily Gazette.
Mr. Lund ruin's impersona
tions wero excellent. Waco
Tlmos-Horald May 2Hth.
"A Pair of Spectacles" as
presented by Mr. Geo. A. Lan
drum was considered ono of tho
linest ontortainmonts over pre
sented in Hempstead. Hemp
stead News.
1 havo heard Mr. Lund rum in
"A Pair of Spectacles" and was
delighted with it. It was an
amusing and instructive enter
ment rendered in a most felicit
ous style. T. J. Duncan.
Pastor M.E. Church,
Ennis, Texno.
Mr. Landrum, the imporsona
tor, entertained an audience at
the Rosenberg Hall last night
which proved a treat to thoso
who were present. Tho princi
pal characters wore impersonat
ed to perfection and it may bo
truthlulty saul that tho story
was acted instead of recited.
Its various incidents sparkling
with humor wero pictured bv
this character artist in a most
captivating manner and true to
overy detail. Galveston Daily
News. May 22nd
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Specials For Mei
We are on the look out for bargains for
members of the sterner sex, as well, and certainly
there ure no more appreciative members of the
human family than men. Our friends proved
that to our satisfaction a few weeks ago when wc
had a big offering in men's hose and neckwear.
We look for a repetition of that event on this
occasion.
Neckwe&jr.
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Men's string ties, band bows, shield bows and
tecks are to be put to the sacrifice along with the
other silks. They aro silk ones. No giughams. no
so called washable ties in tho lot. They must be
sold. To accomplish that wu havo put out
tho lot us enumerated above to be sold at
the extremely low price of
5c
Black Hose.
The best lot of hoso o ever sold at 10c a pair.
Tiioy are fast black, have double toes and heels, fast
elastic tops, and ot all sizes, wo cheerfully recom
mend these goods as tho suponorsoi many
12c hose sold in this city every day,
tho price is, per pair, only,
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Winkler & Hudson Co.
"The Great Low-Priced Store of
San Angelo."
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SEE HERE,
OCTOBER 4, AND 5,
My line of Millinery will be on display for
inspection. I haye an up-to-date, now lino
of Millinery, suited to the tastes of the
most fastidious and stylos for the dressy
and those in fashion.
d Ladies are inritcd to call and get prices before
purchasing, Have also a nice line of dress trinv
mings,
MR
ALICE SIMMONS, I
On Bcouri'finnl Avenue.
turn
Mr. J. D. Wiloy, of Sterling
City, had tho misfortuno Tues
day night of losing a horse, sad
dle and bridle, by some thief be
ing too handy with tho lead roin.
Tho horso was hitched near tho
show "rounds and when the
show was over tho horse was
pono. Wednesday morning a
searcli was sot out for tho horso
and ho was heard of up on
Grane Crook, but tho saddle
and brullo were gone, nomo
follow more in a hurry to leavo
tho country than romain rode
the horso off and vory liliely
swapped him off for a fresh
animal so as to hasten his jour
ney. Fruil. inrs at Findlater's.
The celebrated Edwin Clapp
Shoes, to be had in San Angolo,
only at March Bros.
Geo. YV. Lane. Powamo, Mich.,
writes: "YourKodol Dyspepsia
Curo is tho host remedy for in
digestion and stomach trouble
that I over used. For years I
suffered from dyspepsia, at
times compelling mo to stay in
bed and causing me untold
ngony. Iain completely cured
by Kodol Dyspepsia Curo. In
recom mending it to friends who
suffer from indigestion I always
offer to pay for it if it fails.
Thus fur I havo nevor pai d. " J
W Harris & Bros.
For a glass of beer or fine
whiskey, goto Chas, Zenker's
bar.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
WANTED A position in some
family u governness, by a
young lady. For further in
tormation address or upply to
The Press office.
Tho Fair sells it for lesp
WANTED! First quality of
pearls, all sizes and colors.
Highest market price paid for
same, Jos. Lluz fc Bro., Whole
sale Jewelers. Dallas. Texas.
FOR SALE A good 5 room
house undiilots. good outhouses,
good gardeu spot, windmill,
large tank. HI hydrants, large
cistern full of water, with good
fencing A bargain; call and see
me at Cent nil Wagon Yard
D. E. Cocukham,
San Angolo, Tex.
Before buying hand mo down
pants call and see my $3 50 line
made to your measure.
W. O. Cochran,
The Clothier near postoffice.
Huffman & Clark represent
the Home Protective Fire In
surance Co., of San Antonio,
and can give you good rates on
any insurance.
The Best Boys 1.50 Shoes in
West Texas. Better onos at
proportionate prices.
March Bros.
It pays to buv at The Fair.
Phono 250.
ESTRAYED. 09 head of
sheep branded on left side with
T. Will pay $5 for deliveriug to
my pluce, or information lead
ing to their recovery. Thos.
Webb at Hatcher & Wober.
WANTED TQ BUY.
Will buy all hogs brought to
this market after Oct. 15th, 1901.
Will pay highest market price.
L. C. Dupkee.
B. W. Pursell, Kintersville,
Pa., says he suffered 25 years
with piles and could obtain no
relief until DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salvo effected a poimanontcuve.
Counterfeits are worthless. J.
W. Harris & Bros.
J. D. Rawls, the grain man, is
the place to buy your corn, hay,
bran. oats. etc.
LOST One saddle which was
lost by a horse which got away
from owner last Tuesday night
in San Angelo and was found on
Grape Creek 12 miles from the
town. There was a cow whip
and coat tied behind and a quirt
to horn of saddle. A liberal
reward will be paid for delivery
to The Press office.
Texas special Aermotors,
heavy pattern and up todate.
The only mill on tho market that
uses no bolts in hubs and arms.
No nuts and bolts to gel loose.
All have the wick feed brass
oilers
It pavs to buy at Tne Fair.
Phono 250.
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Billy Has Gone to
Rest.
W
E have purchased the
business of Hilly Why
tock's. llavo enlarged
tho building nnd will
carry a general lino of
GroccrloH. Havo just
put In new lino of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Confectioneries, Etc.
Will deliver Groecrlep to any
part of tho city. Wo CHpcclally
InvlU; tho people to give us a
trial and wc guarantee you will
bo ploaaed.
I J. H. Smith $ 8
8 Phono 242. CASH GROCERS,
9 Next door to Tlockct Store.
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I Wood Yard, I
I W. B. SmiTH, I
1 North of tho I
Western riot-'l. I
I lAnnri SAWI2U. viat or 1
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I Delivnred anywhere In tho City. I
I Phone 246.
GROCERIES...
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K have thoro and you want
thorn. Our line of Sta-
plo and Fanoy Grocer
ies ib inoro complete than over
and we are propnred to fill
your orders with the liest goods
tho market affordt).
Wo also carry Corn, Oats,
Bran and Hay. all of which
will bo sold on close margins.
Wc also carry a nice lino of
Maber & GroBh hand-mado
pocket cuttlery. which 1b unex
celled. Wo Solicit a Share of
Your Patronage.
A. D. WHITE & CO.
Phone 7 "7 ,
Norris Silvor, North Strat
ford, N. H.: "I purchased o bot
tle of Ono Minute Cough Cure
when suffering with a cough
doctors told me was incurable.
One bottle relieved me, the
second and third almost cured.
To day I am a well man." ,1. W.
Harris fc Bros.
Standard mower-., Findlater's.
Wright's Health underwear.
Ileece lined, best on earth, at
Sarch Bros.
va55
The Pair sells it for less.
School LuimIs.
The ban Angelo Standard has
for sale a list of all leased school
lands that will come on the mar
kot for sale, between now and
tlvo years honco, in tho counties
of Borden, Dawson, Gar.a,
Howard, Kent, Lynn, Martin,
Scurry, Coke. Glasscock, Inon,
Kimble, Mason, Menard, Mitch
ell, Schleicher, Sterling and
Tom Green. This list includes
over 2.250,000 acres, of which
from 040 to 2500 acres can be
purchased by any ono person for
11 per acre, on forty years' timo;
that is $10 cash, balance on 40
years, will secure (110 acres, and
2500 acres will be sold on the
same proportionate terms. This
list gives tho name of tho origi
nal lessee, date of lease, date
whon lease expires aud number
of acres leased by each lessee.
A copy of the lato land law and
instructions as to how to secure
the land will be furnished. All
for 50 cents.
It pays to buy at Tho Fair.
Phone 250.
Car load of the celobratod
Wilson heaters at llagelstoin's.
Mocha and Java, Peaberry,
Roach & Keeton 's blend, Climax
blond and other excellent coffees,
Roach A Keoton.
Latest improved heavy Texas
pattorn Eclipse mills, only at o!
& G Hagolstoin Co.
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HOW IS THIS?
An all wool men's suit at the Auction House
$5 00
A good men's shoe $1.35.
Good men or boy's suits at $1.50.
All wool boys' suits .3.00.
A great big bargain in blankets 75 cents a
pair.
Blankets, -J and wool at 1.50.
Fine overcoats, $2.50 up to $5.00.
Fine line of gents' underwear at one-half the
regular price.
Some little boy's red liannel underwear at
75 cents a suit. They are worth double the price.
The best lot of boys' and girls' caps at 25 and
35 cents. Look them over.
A pair of linen towels, 30 inches long, for 25
cents.
An all wool turn down cap for men or boys
at 25 cents.
The biggest line of winter gloves for men uud
children, at prices you can not match.
Cassimo'ro suit, tailor made, at $10 and $12,
at tho Auction House.
Tho best boots in all grades, at the Auction
House. It will only take a few minutes timo to
look at the now goods and get the lowest prices.
A handsome set of dishes at one half what
othors ask for them at tho Auction House.
Austin Spencer
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