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Buck and Darling coo It Blows
Take vour Pectins to
Sigtnuii & Co.
Prof. Thomus, the popular
school teacher ut Water Valley,
was In Tuesday doing his Christ
Juki received at Findluter's
linker Perfect, wire.
Solid gold cuff buttons
$ 1 50 at Lentil's, tha Jeweler.
It. L Butte, of Cameron,
rived on Friday and left
Bttineduv with T. L.Clark
Schleicher county to buy cutllo
The, celebrated Petor Schutt
lor wagon at Findluter's.
LOTt:. 8 choice resident lots
for bale, tine location, easy terms,
Apply to W. H. Allen, Sun
E. W. Spring, of Water Vallo.v,
Yas in town on Tuesday for sup
plies for the well known store of
E. W. Spring & Son.
LOST. On Wednesday even
tag in tho city one red bull calf
6 months old, no brand or mark,
in lino order. A liberal reward
will be paid for his delivery to
Ellis Stable. E. C. Sugg.
James Johnson, who owns the
Gnfford place north of the mil
road, has just hud a lino well
completed for him by J B. Cur
ter, the well driller, and an int'X
haust&blo supply of waler was
reached at a depth of 1)0 ft.
BOARDERS WANTED Mrs
L L Whitney 1 uj reined the
Hubholl house and has rooms ror
regular boarders, also our. give
table hoard. Everylhing well
cooked and served to please.
Messrs. E. B. Duncan, Fnink
Rittor, J. D. Williams and G. W.
Adams, stock farmers from Wa
tor Valley, were in town Monday
and Tuesday buyiog their Christ
LOST Seven head of cattle.
1 muley Jersey cow; 1 Hereford
bulb 2 cows and calves; 1 red
and wuite Polled heifer. Brand
ed It G on rignt side. Rownrd
for return or information. Ad
dress R. G. Gragg, San Angelo.
will preach at Einiii uhihI r.iiurch
next Sundav iiiorniiiir He lll
travel durinir tin ni'Xi. two
months in Toxin and Aiiouimis
in the interest of Urn- ihiIvhc-Ii v
of the South to uh.eh place he
will return next March and
resume his pre-t-ni initios as
tutor in the Giiimmn' msIiohL
FIGURE WITH CAM IS HON
You will tind it, will ln to vim r
interest ti tliuri w-t'i Win.
Cumeion & Co if jcmi want a bill
ot lumber us they cut the best,
slock in Uio citv and meet all
Tom Will'iiui-, V O K.iy mid
L Terr,, nil l nun B'miii won
In town'0liii-iitM ihmI -n- l h
grain oinp in ihoir si'i-Mmi is
Inokiiii! Huh .in.. ca.i'"ir' mniiir
through nil rigni. - lnr.
Solid gold cilT mi u H it r
$1.50 at L-'lIul'. t Int. I vim
Moiiaioli ami Mil iliiriit .x e
jrreasu, lit!"' mid r.iii'ip l ut .1.
U. Gilbert & Co
John Mr.LtiliM. of dk- (-.unit.,
was in on Tuf-iiav lor i "id "f
i;ioeerii'- mill ir uihmis, mm
report ill it ihsi h " hicij wi It
JllSI ll'(j"IVl'll III.
BiUiT P.'lln'l v.l'n
OUR CUSTOMERS ONE AND ALL, for their most liberal
patronage during 1901. Our business the past year has been
more than double our expectations. We have been in San An
gelo about21 months, during which time we have met many of
the good people of San Angelo and the surrrounding country.
We haveenjoyed their kind support during 1901, and in thank
ing them we wish to say that for 1902, we will- be much better
prepared to serve their interests than ever before. We are
making material changes in our business that will help our
customers as well as ourselves, and we expect to keep up the
march of Fair Dealings, Cood, Conscientious Treatment, until
every man, woman and child in Southwest Texas, will feel at
home in our store. We expect to keep up the quality of our
merchandise and our prices will always be to please you.
wisning you an a prosperous ana nappy Mew rear, we are
YOURS TO PLEAS
J. D ltlrtN. lilt Jillll III" ll. S
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V P MuDillllllll. of It.tlfll
L'f. CI lilt' III oil llJlifUltt lnlMMI
inn in!. iiu iiimi in'- "im oilmr
Siippl i s and M'porls l-if oios
pt'cl.s iii his -fCHiiu ii- nniilii.
Don't be dnm-M. W.iKf ii
mill ut'i iriueniii lli'iiry mIioim'
Oonsiiit'r quiiluy ami pnueMiiid
I um tlie lender in rocerii!.
The ci'lfinatt'd P.'ler Sciiutler
wairou- ai Fiiullutfr'.-.
Lust. Stiudiiv whs continuation
duy nt Emiiiiimifl c.liini'li mid
licv. Homer W. Shut, .-on of llu
Itnctor and u mctor gr.iduatu oi
Sfwiinto Col't't.'H whs oitiaini'il
as Deacon. n.V the Ri Rev .1. S.
J.ilnihloii. D D.ot.Sin Autnilo
Bishoiot llli- district.
OR THE SPLENDID bus
iness of the year going
out, permit me to express
my hearty thanks and
solicit a continuance of
Wishing you all a Happy
and Prosperous New Year.
Jno. Findlater. Jr..
GEO. L. ABBOTT.
THE LEADING LIVE STOCK
COMMISSION MERCHANT of
the GREAT CONCHO COUNTRY
If you bavc antblng to soil lint It witn mo.
Tf vnn wlnh to ouv. call or wrlie mo.
OUlcowith J. S. Miles. SfN flNOELO, TEX.
JACKSON & NEELY BROTHERS,
lAl LIVB STOCKrtND RANCH
Concho National Jnc.
A.' J. Bakor Si Go..
Bank ora .
San Anxelo, Texas.
Grain and All
and Twolilu Ave.
WE KNOW WEST TEXAS pernonaUy r.nd thoroughly and ore in o ponlilon to
servo the Dternsu uVbotu buyora uwl MBll)rto bot.1 ttUtntnifO. If you have any
thlnir In our lino 10 eU or vrl.h lo buy. it wlU pay you o oonxuit Ui. Inqulrlo
tollolted and promt attention 1tcb. ,, ,
i. L. McAlplno, who lately
iurcliiihO,d the Sun Anulo Wind
mill bupply Co., has runted the
-lore now ocuupiod by Tho Fulr,
linn on Jim. lsi win ocL'in 10
piii in 11 bl?' hurdwaro stouk
whicn will bo (juito mi iiddilion
in Sun Anyuio. Wo wish him
HOMES FOlt EVERYBODY.
N iw is tlio tiino to yut u home
WiiioIoIn on Mullln St. r0xl50
with 100ft street, for $100, 10
ilovMi, one year and U months
time on biilunco. Buy now.
Splendid water free.
R-v. J. S Nisbet, evuiiKelist
of LJrownwood Presbytery, will
conduct services ut the Presby
luriuii church on Sunday morn
iiiKuielnven o'clock and In eve
nliiK ut 7:15 All tiro cordlully
invited to attend.
The Grant Lumber Co. havo
the stock and want a chance to
IL'Ure on all bills no matter how
Ribbon cane molusses at
H Miry Short's, just like you got
juero last winter. This is pure
and llnU's no joke.
The Presrjyterian conprrea
tion most generously remember
t'd l heir puBior and his family
Of Benefit to You.
D.S. .MiiCholl, Fulford, Md.:
"Diirinu a lung illness I wus
troubled with bed sores, was
advised to try DeWitt's Witch
Hazel SU'- and did ho with
woiideriul results. I was per
fectly cured. It is the best salve
on tho market." Sure cure for
piles, sores, burns. Beware- of
counterfeits. J. W. Harris &
Hacks, Hacks at Hagelstcin's.
Gossip of the Riiitt
Sam Harris Terry McGov-
ern's manauor, is determined
the now feather-weight champii n
"Young Corbett," will not rest
any too long on his laurolF.
Harris makes a statement,
which, although true, will hardlv
go down. He says the feather
welKht limit is 122 pounds and
that Torry still holds tho title of
champion becauso ho defeated
George Dixon at that weight,
and that Terry weighed but 118
pounds at tho time. Harris is
right regarding tho weight;
still, he must admit tho McGov
ean Corbett fight was adver
tised us for tho championship
und that he, by not understand
ing it. acknowledged tho cham
pionship title was the bono of
contention. Furthermore, it
On Monday night tho school
coin in itteo mot at the court
house and elected Dr. J A.
March chairman and C. A. Dii
ley secretary. There was near
ly a full attendance, and all
hoped that the ladies would not
lessen their interest in the mat
tor of having bettor school fa
ci'itlcs for their children since
the limo will come when overy
ono will have to show their
hand on the school question.
Sevoral sub committees wore
wore appointed, tho more Im
portant ones being ono on (ho
laws relative to schools, compos
ed of Hon. J. W. Hill. Dr. Boyd
Corniok and Brown F. Leo. Tho
committee to invosligato school
district consisted of Chas. A.
TJalley. W. S. Oonnlngham, F. O.
Perry, A. D. West
At the previous meeting men
tion was not nutdo that Austin'
Sponcor offored in behalf of the
people living in the Espencor aii
To our many friends
and patrons wo beg
to extend the best
wishes for a happy
and prosperous New
on Christmas eve. Many good , must be remembered that all of
Mcuoveni3 laiu iigiu woru wuj
above the limit, and that ho re
positedlv statqd Terry would not
make the weight 122 pounds,
unleso a side bet of $5000 was in
sight. If Torry can scale 122
nounds ringside and wants to
defend the titlo which his mana
"or still claims for him, he will
and s ibstantial gifts tilled their
punt ry and pleasure und grati
Ludo their hearts. May these
L'ood people be abundantly re
warded for their kindness.
SAUSAGE AT McWHORTEtt'S
MuWhorlor & Son make a spe
cially of saubuge making, a trial
order will convince you it Is tho
best made. Phone 190.
Tno Presbyterian church gave
the Sunday School a Christmas
tree which was much enjoyed.
No piogram had been arranged
but some of the children gave
creditable recitations and appro
priate music was rendered.
Throe special prizes wore award
ed for attendance. The rectpi
cuts were one teacher and two
nuuils who had been present
overy Sabbath during the year.
A TEXAS WONDER.
dition with tho old scouring mill
us u center, to build a ward
school house if tho school trus
tees would furnish tho teachers,
which simply demonstrates tho
fact that, the people want some
thing done. After considerable
friendly discussion the commit te
adjiurnod to meet. Monday
night, June 6th, 1902.
Pear burners for tho benefit
of tho old poor cow at Hugtl
stein's. The Bridge Beach cooking
stove, cooks and bakes to per
fection, it will just suit you,
KurBiiuuraiuioiui m, .. " tecllOll, It Will just ami, you,
do what he practically refused tnero lB nothirig bettor for cook
to do before he met with dofeat
Austin Well Drilling machines
with and without Steam Power,
are tho best. For sale by E L
At Low Prices.
Wood, per cord 14.00
Sawed blockt) (or heiUorn
per voi'd $t.ft0
Sawed nnd upllifon'coiilihli
Hluvu-, per cord fft.OO
We kIyu cood meusuio.
Yurd phone 105, at Terry, 8
TERRY 5 NEE SMITH.
Hall's breat Dlscoverj. , ,
One small bottle of Hall's
Groat Discovery cures all kidney
und bladder troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabeatos, seminal
emissions, weuk and lame bucks,
rheumatism and all irregulari
ties ol tho kidneys and bladder
in both men und women, regu
lates bladder troubles in chil
dren. If not sold by your
druggists, will bo sent by mail
on receipt of $1. One small bot
tlo is two months treatment,
and will cure any case ubove
mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall sole
manufacturer, P. O. Box 029, St.
Louis. Mo. Send for testimo
nials. Sold by all druggists.
Weathorlord, Tex., Oct. 15.
1901. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis.
Dear Sir: My wifo has been
uffected with kidney and bladder
trouble for seventeen years and
was confined to her bod for a
year, and I trlod many physi
cians without benetlt. Two
botllo8 of, your Texas Wonder,
Hall's Discovery, cured her, and
I consider it tho grandest medi
cine on earth. Very respectfully
J. C. Piland.
Oceville Ropina Contest-
Beevillo. Dec. 20. J. F. Per
kins, of Driscoll, went after
his steer in a hurry and
landed his lariat safely around
tho animulh horn's tho lirst
throw. Down came the steer
and off his horse jumped the
roper. The tying act was not
vorv uu ok. but the action was
completed in 53 seconds, and tho
contestant wus greoteu witn a
great cheer from tho throng of
W. P. Rut led go. of Kennedy,
mado tho wlnninir time of 54
seconds, although ho had to
throw his steer to tho ground
twice. The animal was small
and wiry and hard to handle.
Sam Dickons, of Beevillo, the
young man who made the best
time at tho Sun Antonio fair
contest last fall, was seventh
man. no iaiiea tocatcn nts
steer until tho fifth throw. ' His
time was 2:28.
Riley Smith, of Beevillo, ono
of tho winners at tho San An
tonio contest last fall, was four
teenth man.' Ho caught tho
third throw, brought his steer
down instantly, und had tho
time of 1:82 marked opposite his
uiir or in price iney run irum
$7.50 and upwards and are
guaranteed by J. S. Miles.
Horse Shoeina at Mitchell's.
John M. Moody and Jim Balrd
can not be excelled at horso
shoeing. They simply know all
about it and they are at H. II.
Mitchell's blacksmith and car
Happy New Year,
Stove Killman has take charge
of tho Legal Tender restaurant,
so San Angelo will havo an up
to date place for thoso who wont
I something good to eat.
Dunns' a discussion of
school qjestion at tho Landon
Hotel the other day, Mr. Ltudon
said ho wns not only in lavoror
more school buildings, but
thought It would bu of great
bouetlt to San Angelo if sho hud
a high school or college, since
more than a hundred ranchmen
had nut ur at the London to
had conic here to meet their
children on their return from
other noitits to spend tho Christ
mas ho idavs at homo, isow, u
would be impossible to retain
them all, but it does look rca
sonable to claim that we could
Wo keep at all times hot pea
nuts and noneorn also a nice lino
of evaporated fruits, such us ap
ples, pears, peaelins, apricots,
etc., at J. R. Gilbert & Co.
The Buffajoes have headquar
ters in Sun Angelo at tho Arc
Light Saloon, nnd it is rumored
that there uro several new ap
plications for mouibgrship.
Glvo your orders for Christ
mas presents to tho Presby
terian Ladies' Aid.
Just received at Findlator's
Baker Porfect wire.
' Buck and Darling cook stoves
I wish to thank
friends and patrons for
their kind patronrgo
during the past year,
and trust that during
1002 they will not for
got tho San Angelo
Livery and Feed Sta
ble. Very Respectfully
J. S. MtLonnell.
Ttm Ilt-at Time
Tho b)Bt tlmo to euro a cough or
cold in whon you arc llrat nffoo,od',7'A'
ploacunt and nuro remedy lor ore
throat, weak lunga, bronchial soro
neB, couching epelle, etc., Is MoxN
rit Syrup lor coughs and conHump
tlon. Bit wise in tlmo nnd keen a
biittla In your medicine chest, always
handy for hnniodlato uso, rctnombor
Inn Uio old adage, "a Btltch Jn tlmo,
Haves nine," It In a truo lunfl tonic
and soils for 25 oonta.
Pecans wanted by H. H. Big
man & Co. at Caldwell's old
i . ' ,
' For Cypress tanka and troughi
see E. L. McAlplno.
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