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JOHN HAGELSTEIN"'& CO., LANDS and INSURANCE.
VOL, 10 NO, 47.
SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1906,
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ED. S. COX
of COX BROS,
f Builds a modern home In Park Heights,
Will begin work on the house this week. -
2o lots sold in Park Heights last week for Sl.50
and S2oo per lot, Considering the fact that real
estate in general is a little dull sale here now
the manv sales we arc making to the class of pur
chasers that arc buying in this addition, seems to
be evidence that Park Heights prppcrty is pretty
choice stuff. & & & & &
CITY PROPER.TY EXCLUSIVELY. "
PIRS3T NATIONAL 13ANIC UUILDINC.
A mercantile proposition,
paying from $1500 to $i00
iiifiiit lily . One of the host lo
cutions in town. Will take
about $5,000 to liandlo it. Will
exchange for business prop
erty, land or residence property.
Also lmvo for sale nn 80
acre farm j 70 acres tillable
Will exchange tor KJO-noro
farm or 5 to 10 acres in tlio su-biirbs.
tgnamtraHaaa ammMstsxs.rt, .up
It's About Time You Begin, Your j
Holiday Fancy Work.
First National Bank
You know Christmas
comes December 25.
SS Wt want to show you
sonic specialties that
will please you.
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AND BACK FOR
Buy six Skeins of
at our Art Department, and get n
22x22 inch Flap Pillow, including a Diagram Lesson and a Beautiful
Color Plate. Your choice of three designs: American Flag and Eagle,
American Flag and Liberty Bell, American Flag and George Wash
ington's Early Home.
I. C. Williams Run Over by Machine.
Rendered UnconhcluiiH Need
A very serious accident oc
curred at the corner of Chad
bourne stro.'t and Concho avenue
Saturday evening about oriJO
j'clook. II. It. Hyre was coining
iround the corner turning into
Oliudboiirnu Htreet from t'oncho,
jti a fast moving motorcycle. At
a distance of about ten lent from
tho sidewalk, crossing the street,
wub I. 0. Williiuna. a stockniun
of this city. Williams did not
see the machine approaching and
Hyro ran into the old gentleman,
knocking him down and falling
on top of the prostrate figure Mr.
Williams was rendered uncon
scious by the unpad of his head
with the Btreet. llyro claims that
he lost control of his atiiohike
The unconscious man wae car
ried by the cyclist and Marshal
Kemp to the Contral Drug store
where ho was attended by Dr.
Parsons. Ho remained uncon
scious for about twenty minutOB,
and after being rov'tved ho sank
into delirium, remaining in that
condition until Sunday afternoon.
The unfortunate man was taken
to a room over the Lognl Tender,
where, ho was waited upon. Ho is
now improving grndually. No
hones wore luokoti, although
slight bruises wore sustained on
t ho lott leg. The body of the
cyclist struck the pedestrian, the
only severe injury being the strik
ing of Williams' head upon the
On account of being able to ob
tain no information from Mr.
Williams in his condition, as to
wliern any relatives were or ins
place ol residence, the injured
man could not bo provided tot as
I soon as desired after the accident.
I "We net d a nlacc for parties
i hurt on the streets, who cannot!
I be taken home tit once." said Dr.
! Parsons to a Press representative.
I "The city ought to pieparo, not a
hospital, but a quick relief sta
tion, where victims of Mich acci
dents as this can be attended to
The idea ol Dr. Parsons is a
good one. As is often the case,
victims of street, accidents are not
cared for properly aiid at once on
acn Mint of v quick relief ar
rangement being in existence. The
city might make arrangements
with one ol the drug stores or
physicians' oIliecB, where injured
parties could bo taken immedi
ately anil attended to properly.
Several serious accidents have oc
curred in this city in the past few
(Weeks, and although not onough
occur to maintain a citv ambu
lance, we might arriingo matters
ike we do in ItooDiHL' a lire de.
partment, and rent a relief
Outlined his Work Sunday.
At the First Methodist church
Sunday morning, Row .1. W. How
ell, the new pastor, outlined sum
marily his work lor the ensuing
year. He begged the co-operation
of his congregation in the
work before him, and preached
an excellent lesson sermon, both
instructive and interesting Mr.
Howell is an able minister, a
quiet talker, with an cuy, lluent
handling of ICnglish, and preaches
a sermon that always holds the
intense interest of his hearers
TRAGEDY AT CENTER
DR. PAUL MURDERED
Quality and Price the Thintf.
The body was interred at Cen
ter. Attending Ice tinkers' Convention.
Messrs. George Rood, W. I).
Fuller and W. K Alberts, repre
sentative ice manufacturers of
this city, left Monday afternoon
for Kt Worth to attend a conven
tion of the ice makers and refrig
eratarn of Texas. The convention
lasts nearly all this week.
Mr. Horn! was accompanied by
his son, Robert, who will enter
t-cliool in Kt. Worth
MARCH BROTHERS SELL
MORE FALL CLIP WOOL.
Chamberlain's Drug Store
Wingfield Drug Store
Solicits your patronage on all
kinds of Drugs and Patent Med
icines. We carry a full and com
plete stock of Drugs. Watch our
adds. Prescriptions carefully
Dr. Alike Paul, Son of V. A. Inul,
SunAnselo, iiliot In Neck byNero
Saturday, ltluck Captured.
Dr. Miko M. Paul, of Center.
Shelby county, was shot at that
place Saturday afternoon, by a
negro, Dick Garrett, and died in
stantly. The deceased was a son
ol Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Paul, and
a brother of Dr. It. A. Paul and
C. T. Paul, of San Augolo, and
wiis well known here.
Shortly after noon Sunday. Dr
R A. Paul received the following
telegram, dated Nov. 17:
"Urother Mike shot dead by a
negro this p in. Have captuied
negro. "J. W. Paul"
Dr It A Paul and Clmrl,-, T
Paul, the two San Angelo broth
ers, left Sandfly afternoon on tho
2:15 train for tho scone of the
WIUTK MKN l'HOI'K:Ti:i) NKOIto
Dick Garrett, a negro resident
of Cantor, was discovered carry
ing a revolver, Saturday. He do
lled and hold olV ollicers trying to
arrest him, and took vofiigo in the
'nlllces of II. R. and C R. Slioit.
, These two men, the proptietois
of the ollice, with shotguns held
on" the ollicers, thereby prevent
ing the arrest of tho black.
Shortly alter 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon, the negro was sent to
the liohie of II. It Short, where
i he was to conceal himself and re
lilt. e.wn. sum. No AleetlUR of the liuhlness Club. I
1 Center is a small place, and t-.-, On account of the very heveiv,
I gather with a number of white , weather Monday night, the meet
citizens, Dr. M. M. Pin; I was de. mu f the .ian Angelo Itifoiiess
putiyd to uflHiHt in arresiing the cJj wub imt,lM. -j'Iim object
negro at the home ol II. 11. .Mimi. of ,lls ,)Muial nieeung was to ar
l pon entering the lair of -' rilllK tln. Ilmil plans ..I the big
negro, Dr. Paul was immediately it'u, t , ,n . .mhi.r, L,
lired upon. The ball from the dj at, ll)(1I. ,ri,.ln,,i .M,)II(y
Iiegro pist-l tonk Hf1,.e ) tile , mul wl- ,.,., ,.,.,, y ,.;,, ,, a
neekol the deputy, killing lnm tint) dk-i wuh lullinir Mid no at-1
almoit instantly. 'tempt to hold a meeting was
The negn was captured by the na(jH
remaining '.ilicers, and lodged in ' . , i
jail. ' Now Dry (Joods Store.
The ,..dv of the munjeivd man I A Jew d jH aml mi.mN.v
lav upon a chair where it lull, lor' ..... , .. ,.
mh.,.1 ni.-r the horrible ,JC.J.-tHl.lHlimiii und-r the f,
ciirnucf. in, til a coroner's in- name of Miller & Uiiy, ill be s-ipii-i.
was held. Murh excite, tablished in this city alter the,
mem, prevailed in Center Sul ur-; rwt 0f th year Mi. 'harles!
day alternu! n and night. Qny 0f Moburiy, Mo., and Miss ,
s i'iu:xiiii iihith. . 'Cay. ntul ft Mr. Miller, of Mis-
Dr .Mike M. Paul has ninny smiri, will form the partners. A
liKiidrt inSmi Angelo, wllol'e ho first class dry g-od and mill.u-,
Im- Mdited 'Hi different occasions. ry stock will be installed in the
Wli. n the news of hid tragic" present dry goods department ol
de,ii, wuh received w Sunday. JO. A Probiuult, in the Kaggdttluj
lie i wire jnimy iiilig:uut un'd ' ouildiug i
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i ilMU!ln .U .t'l.UJf ' -"r Mlliliijr iirs VJttJ '"IV fimiiin.? 'ii 'oi
,h ' ii'ii iini ijjl'uin fj'oin vouch- ubuainess trip, prHmraiory lor
suliAinli1'ipiiiionH'of the uu- ttiu opeuiim next your.
loitunate uiTnii" Dr. Paul and '
laiinl) visited bin San Angelo re-1 Onpt. 0. A. Daily lelt last Nil-
, lative uiuut two niuiitliu Hgo. ; urduy with ft Umd of prospectors
He lc. u wile mid tliroo Binttlll bound f'ir Stile New comer
1 Hi i id rmi, bu father and mother. !ttr arriving lnm "v 'ry direction
three I, r0ihii,. and u half broth- and ft iarg't r oonc tiro luonting
urtu mount hie 'untimely demise, in this fountry.
Air. Harrington Here AKnln.
.I.V. tlarrington, of Waco,
rnprt-oiitativM of tho American
Consolidated Mining company, of
Oaxaca, Mexico, was in San An
gelo the first of the week. Mr
Harrington was attending t"
some business with Sail Angelo
parties interested in the concern.
R. It Hail, the retired Sail An
gelo lumber merchant, is mana
ger in Oaxaca state, for tint min
Metcalfe Assails Koosevclt
In. the Kt. Worth Record of
Monday, Nov. 19, appeared an
article on the editorial page,
signed by C. it .Motcalf, of Nil)
Angelo, in which the writer
scourged President Roosevelt on
his action regarding the notorious
negro battalion, of ItrowiiHville.
Mr. Motcalf brought up several
previous instances in win h he
alleges dire mistakes were made,
and this the final break of turn
nig negro murderers loose, caps
On lop of l85,noo Ucpnrtcil, l-lrm
Sells iou,ooo I'mimlh More,
17 to 18 Cunt;.. I
In addition to the big sale of,
March Itpis,' consignment of lull I
clip wool, in another column of
this issue, the same linn sold the
first of this week to Hollowed,
Joins fe McDonald, of Rostou
1011,000 pounds more. The sale
reported elsewhere umoiiutr. to
ISo (it it) pounds, or a grand total
ol 2sr,(J00 pounds sold by .March
Rros. to the Huston commission
merchants, at from 17 to H cent
per pound. Representatives Rmns
mid Marston, of Hollowoll, Jo:.ls
- Donald, consummated the sale
The March full wool is now
being weighed, baled and pre
pared for shipment the latter part
ol this week.
Adding the JN'j.OOU pounds of
March's consignment, to the
Richardson and Hobbs amounts
of'JUJ.OOO fttid 5100 000, respec
tively, a total of safi.OOO potindH
of West Texas fall olipB has been
sold in San Angelo in Jthe past
two weeks to Roston and Hartford
wool dealers. Sny at lcents for
the entire amount disposed of,
$ 150 !!()() has been brought into
the Concho Country by these snles
of home grown lull wool. And
these prices too, an-fnun !J to I
cents per pound less than what
was received last fall for the same
The growing of wool in Wost
Texas is not such a hid ill item,
Lots of I'ralrle Chickens.
.lohn W. Carrnihers, the stock
man, returned the lirst of the
week from the Pecos river coun
try, where lie went .111 vtook bu-;-nefB.
Air. Carruthers rupoits
myriads ol prairie chickens to be
drift itig into W'uil Toxufif' froTn'"
New Mexico and Colorado. ID:
says along the roads between here
and til" Pecos, lliepe birds are
copi-iiiH. The reason of this in
llux of this i'n re game in West
Texas, to this pari of the stat" U
attributed to the iiniiiial and
The prairie chicken is a com
mon game in New Mexico, but
has very seldom been heard of
living in this section. The prai
rie chickoti is a kind of species of
Mob White and Phaesunt, and
hunting thm is rare sport.
T. II. Shaw, of Rallinger, was a
business visitor in Sun Angelo
Mr. J 1). Creath, of Rallinger,
arrived in San Angelo Sunday
afternoon on a visit to her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Conorly.
Just Received Stoves Are
P ATM And our 1'uiversal Stove is
Ekurilill the best and most satistac-
lory on the market. Wo can
- pllt up your stoves on short,
notice and they will bo well .
Hyrves' R.xrvck l'"1 "I I"01' "l"' workmen
understand their business.'
Buggies ?xnd L.m ; ,JW , ofc 1g.
Studebaker show you tho best lino of
stovis, for the mouoy asked,
Buggies a.nd that you can lliid..iiuywlurc
Hacks, If you want your
Stove put up at once
Best On Earth phone 587.
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