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THK SAN AN0I3L0 I'ltlCSS, SAN ANGHL0, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV1SMBKK 22, 1000.
There are no blanks. You may
forget Latin or Greek, but no odds
what your vocation in life may be,
this business training will be
worth ten times its cost. You will
use it as long as you use anything.
It is worth making a sacrifice to
get. If you are willing to make it
write us to-day.
San Angelo, Texas.
HoiiKlit an Olil.smniiilc.
HiMiry Ragsdulo and Hoy Smith
have purchased through 0. 1..
Love, Jr., u olio cylinder Olds
inobilo from it DiillaH ugoney.
Tliu machine is a ?li50 eutuiid is
a "Jim Dandy." Tliu two voting
inon are enjoying their now ue-
1 1 1 i b 1 1 i o i ) immensely. Tlioy aro
contemplating an overland trip
to Old Mexico, will "go some"
and liar till dogs and chickens
l rum tliu right-of-way.
Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.
A low weeks ago I hiul a bilious at
tack that was so sovmo I was not able
to go to the olllco for two days. Fall
ing to net relief from my family phys
icians treatment, I took thico of
( hamhcrlain'.s Stnmaclic and Liwr
'I'ahlets and the next daj I felt like a
new man. II. ('. Mutiny, editor of the
News, C'hupin, S. C. These tablets are
for sale l. all druggists. Nov
Lost f:lno Jersey Cow.
A registered Jersey cow belong
ing to Dr. 0 15. l.ovo, in Angelo
1 1 L i 1 1 1 tf , succumbed to some un
known malady Thursday morn
ing Tim cow wad a linn milker
and Dr. Love relict the loss very
This Ik Worth Rtimtiiibi-ruu,'. I Clupoed Hands.
As no ono Is Immune, even ni.i-.iin U'ni. ....... i,,..,.ir-.. oi. .,
mulrt remember thut Kolej ' Kidnoj drj with a touel and upph Chaml.er-I
iii-u will o.ira any case (if Itldnej or Juin'n Salve just before going to lied,
ilnddor trouble that is nut Ite.vond anil a spied euro Is certain. This
tho nuii'h of medielne. ('ciilral Mi'iiir s.-ilw, U ln n,w.,,i,nl,.,l f, s,i ,n..
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Erecting .Homo In Sunny Side.
M. D. Wrihon. of this city, has
started tliu building of a neat
homo in Sunny Sulu addition,
outh of Sun Angelo. .Mr Wilson
owiih four choice lotH in this ud
tlition and intonds making it the
residence of himself and taiiuly
jii tho future.
Tlturo are hovorul other contem
plated homos to be erected in Sun
Dancing Proves Fatal.
Many men and women catcti colds
il dances which terminal) in pneumo
nia, and consumption. After oiposure,
if Foley's Money and Tar In taken It
fill break up a. cold anil no serious
results need tin feared Itefuso any
lint the genuine In a yellow package
Central Drug Store. Nov
Closed Successtul Meeting.
Hov.J, W. Stiiton, of Brown
A'ood, passed through the city
Friday returning lioinufroiu Shef
field, where he has been holding a
i'ory succoshIiiI Baptist revival.
Mr. Statou says Ins series of
inootii us labt"d nearly Iwn weeks
with much mlmi-st taken and
No 'eases For sal" by all druggists. Nov
Ji.ssi: I Si mki i
Farms, Randies and 6ity Property.
hiMtyour propfity with us, unusttallv
reachini! the people ,(f the North ami
your propei ty '
No Hliull give special attention to Kiro, lite, Tornado, I'Jtito
Uiish, Accident, Health and Rttrlary ItiBurnnce. Onlvthe
best conipaiiieH repivsnut.'.l, K very policy absolutely afe.
We will make loam t( any si. none too small none too
laro on farms;, runuliH and city proporty. We invite pri
vate money to loan mid arc in it position to make strictly
hrst-clnss investnuuits for you.
We will rent your city property or
farm and collect your
Don't ask your friends to sign your bond, let us make it
for you at small expense
Wu are in u position to sell your live stock any kind any
number. Tist with us.
Wo are starting in business to stay and propose
to do a consorvativ", legitimate Imainusa. Wo fnel
that wo need no introduction to tlm people of this
suction, and invite a liberal share of your business.
Brandt, Rives & Sewell
Over Western National Bank.
Col. Uarcfoot In San Angelo.
Col. L. G. Barefoot, the veter
an Texas cattleman, now an active
member of the Hourlaiid-Baro-fodt.
Live Stock Commission Co,,
of I't. Worth, was in San Aliulo
aoveral days lust- week. Up till a
few months ago -Mr Hatefoot
lived in Cliicuflliu, I. T. Ho is n
native Texan und a stockman of
the "old guard," who has driven
many a herd of the famous, and
I now ancient, Texas longhorns
across country to the eastern
Mr. itureloot paid his (list, visit
to this section of Texas last, week.
Although he has lived in the Lone
Star State practically all of hiH
life, ho had never before had oc
casion to visit this portion of the
state. While hero ho visited sev
eral ranches in the vicinity of
San Angelo and roported that ho
was greatly pleasod with the con
dition of the general range, and
especially what ho saw in the J.
D. Sugg pustules.
"V in have a whole lot bettor
.city and country out horp tliun I
expected to boo," said the stock
i man. "This is my first visit and
1 1 am surprised" Col Barefoot
'said he had been in the cattle
1 business ever since he wiih (ifteen
'years of age, and that In ought to
.Know Homeiniug about bovines
He left Thursday afternoon for
IJrownwood and thence to his
home in North Kurt Worth.
months tlioy aro moved to anoth
er pasture uuu untri'j moved in.
In this way he thinks ho is starv
ing out the ticks, ad thev cannot
or do not, live on sheep or goats,
atockmau it huriupr.
Ranchmen are all busy now
rounding up and branding
Kayutto Schwalbe sold a carload
of steers to George llarrell at $25
Milton I'uckett sold to Hob
Motculfn 10 cows at $M. Pretty
good for stock cuttle.
Otto Schauor sold his steers to
Boecher Montgomery. The form
or is rounding up and branding
his, John Young b and F i n
John Young sold to Willi a in
Cassin of San Antonio the hord of
registered shorthorn cows which
he lecently bought of William
Ktiykendall at Tilden The price
is not stated but Younu admits
that he mude some money on
thoin. Ozona K'ckur,
Jackson Muys $7,000 Uancli.
J A. Martin, the Edwards coun
ty stockman, was a business visit
or in San Augolo Thursday. Mr.
Martin reported that ho hud sold
his eighteen section ranch in Ed
wards county and al! of his live
stock, to Edward H. Jackson, of
San Angelo. Mr. Martin roalized
about $7,000 on the land, and for
550 head of Btock cuttle, lie receiv
ed S10 por hoad. A numbor of
Bwiuo were Bold in the deal.
Mr. Jackson ha3 takon charge of
his now ranch, and Mr. Martin
expects to locate elsewhere
Kayotte Schwalbe bought two
prize baby bulls while he was in
San Antonio attending the Fair
and they will come up today in a
wagon from Conistock. They ara
registered shorthorns with a pedi
gree as long bh vour arm. "Victor
Lad" LMT'.IH cost him WOO and
was born May it Ho was sired by
Victorious lird out of Mary Scott
and brxil by J. F. Hoveiicainp of
Ft. Worth The other baby "Ba
ron C " "J-lhul-l, was sired by Bar
on Scotchman lOOoOout of Mil
dred and cost Mr. Schwalbe $200.
Ho was, bred by J W. Williams
of Ft. Worth Both were purchas
ed of J. F Ilovencamp. .Mr
Schwalbe has certified records of
these animals from the American
Shorthorn Breeders' Association.
He declaros ho will m the future
have nothing hut the best.
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lion, Sour Stomach, Diatrhocn
ncss niul Loss of Sleep.
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THE OfNTAUn OMPSNf. NCWVORK CITY
II . L. Lain shipped two fine
horses to Ciuwford, Texas, Friday
IIiiiTtniiii iv Mas 1 1
Thursday lor Mr. Hi
O'Daniol, 1,1100 prime
at private terms.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but nccr follows tho use of Foloy's j
uonoy anil rar. u stops mo couii.
heals and strengthens the Iuiirs and
proents pneumonia, ('cut nil Drug
A Plowcr Show.
Browuwood und Ballmger luwo
annual llowor shows every fall.
Looks liko the ladies of San An
gelo would organize a Flower Show
l association mid L'ive premiiuns
many lovers oi u wers in aim .n
gelo, and much interest would be
taken in tuch a nnveinent
TOM GREEN COUNTY
iinnuiiu i iiii ,41111 liw louiljlllll
o r t o n sold ' or ,l'Huro"t exhibits and make
leard to J I) I" BP,'t'tuoular event. There a
Stock shipments from Sail An
gelo Thuifcday were as follows:
Joe Montague to Ft. Worth, 15 ! need
cms ol beel cattle; Jl. M Wil
I in ins to Lorena, Texas. 1 ear of
hoi-i's; Felix Mann to Ft. Worth,
1 enrol cuttle; Max Mayer A Oo.
to IM. Worth, I cars of cattle: .1
1. Hull man to Cameron, II cars of
bulls; .). D O'Daniol
Worth, '2 ears of sheep.
O. T. Word of Sutton county.
I 'night a jack of Howard Mann .v
Bro., San Antonio, for S 100 Mr.
Word told a Stockman and Fann
er representative that foryars lie
had bcon iinnroviiiL' his horse
stock. He has been using for
BOino time two grand I'ercheron
stal I ions and results have been very
satistactory. Ton years ago ho
said that his horse stock was not
worth 5 per head, while now it is
easy worth S100 por head, every-I
thing on the range. He said his
cattle were doing well, but the
ticks are very bad in his section..
His pastures are being rid of ticks,
ho thinks, because of his method
of handling his stock. Ho runs
his stock in throe pastures, shift
ing them around. In one pasture'
he keeps shoop and goats, and af-j
tor remaining there for Bovoral '
to our hor-so ns well n-, our-olf. You
not sulfer f'oin pains of anj
sort - our horses nei'd not MilTcr.
Tr.N a bottle of Mallard's Snou Lini
ment. Il euies all pains. J. M. Hob
oris, llakerslleld, Mo., writes: "I hae
used your Liniment for ten .euis and
llnd It to be the best I hmo eer used
for man or liutisi." So'd b. Central
Druir Store No
Wood I Wo.id 1 Wood 1
For good dry wood phone Ji'(i.
Concho Wood Yard.
would turn into broad grins of
unadulterated delight "We use
tho .Mubutiu Triumph cotton seed"
said Mr. Caldwell, "that makes
vigorous Btnllcs, long limbs, Bhort
joints and big five lock bolls.
These bolls will average fifty io
the pouud of cotton. Forty pei
(iovernment Agent Here Last Week,'
Tells of Success of Other Forms.
Three established Here.
The three teat or demonstrative cent, of every 100 pounds of seed
cotton ib lint. ' rlio prospects of
raising this kind ol cotton in this
afiftt inn f.tiitlit tn uiiiiiit irww) ..
States government. Each farm our farmers Mr. Caldwell called
is five acres in urea, and they aro funning on the a'bove scale, "in
located on farms as follows: J. j tensive farming," and that much
.M. Coxonstfif Sun AihfhIi.. i M interest is manifested over his
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farms for Tom Greon county, huvo!
beon eBtublislied bv the I'nited
looped a Dear In Crockett.
W. W. Wilkins was in town
from his ranch on Howards and
reports that ono of his rnngo rid
ers, a Mexican, roped a black bear
several days ag'j. Alter a dospor
ato struggle the animal was chok
ed into a helpless condition, and
the Mexican dismounted and kill
ed it with ins knife He brought
his prize into camp on his horse.
Ozona Kicker '
for InfantB and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
j The LanJon Hotel
Finest Hotel Building in tho West.
Largo Booms, Modern Service. 5
JJ Best Accomodation. ?
J, C, Landon
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J i? Gilbert & Company,
Handle a complete line of Staple
and Fancy Groceries. See our En
ameled ware, Tinware and
Queensware, Feed and Grain.
We Want Your Chickens, Lggs and Butter Bring Them In
Walker, north of San Angelo and
0 M. Swopo near Twin Mountains,
we&t of San Angelo.
D. B, Caldwell, the government
sppcirtl agent, who oversees the
operation of the farina on the rail
way lines between San Anuolo.
Galvt'Dton, Houston, Ft. Worth
and La Orange, was in San Ange
lo last week instructing th opera
tors of the d.'inonstrative larnib
in this county. The locating of
these farms in the vicinity ol San
Angelo will boa boon to the farm
ois of this section, and many
pointers and suggestions might bo
learned advantagoously by visit
ing any of tho three five acie
potchos, that will show how Uncle
Sam would have his tillers of tho
soil conduct their farms.
Mr. Culdwoll is an inspector
working under the sub-agricultural
station of tho government at
Luke Charles, La , directed by Dr
Kiuipp. a celebrated horticultur
ist. This visit last week of Mr.
Caldwell was his &econd trip to
West Texas. Ho stated to a I'ress
reporter, that tho Tom Green
county farms were olreody pro
gressing adinirubly. Ho Eiud tho
tli roe men here conducting the ex
perimental farms wore going to
make them very successful, and
that many things would be dem
onstrated in tho growing of cot
ton, grain und truck stuff, that
was not known to bo possible in
this suction of tho Btato before.
The government agent said Hint
on u demonstrative farm of eight
acres operated by a Mr. Hondor-i
son near G Ulthwuito, twelvo In
bales of cotton would be realized ;
in other words u halo and a halt
to tho acre, If the Concho coun
try fanners could learn how to
ruiso that percentage to tho acre,
tho present smiles of content ovur
half bulo to tho aoro realization,
lie paid that tho Tom Green
farm? would be well established
by next year, his work ut presont
being preliminary, and the furn-
ishing of the excellent government
I seed thut must bo nt-eil on tho do-
I monstintivo farms. Mr. Culdwoll
I has nourly ono hundred lurms in
I Ins Gulf territory to look ufttfr,
.md It keeps him protty busv Ho
loft Thursday afternoon for Tem
ple. There is no Reason
vh our liab.v should lie thin, and
Irotful during tho night. Worms lire
the cause of thin, sickly babies. It fs
natural thut a healthy Duby should be
fat and sloop well. If jour baby does
not ictiiln Its food, don't experiment
wiih colic cures and other medicine,
but try a bottle ol White's Cream
Vermifuge, and jou will soon see
lour baby haw color and laugh as
It should. Sold b Central Drm:
U. G. Taylor
- Dealer In -
RcdI tnte and Fire Insurance.
All classes of property in tho city or
country for sale. Angelo Heights lots
especially. Represents tho Queen In
surance o. of America, Itoyal of
Liverpool and German-American of
Now York-- three of the strongest com
panies doing business In tho United
Olllco second lloor l G. Taylor
Building, C'hnilljourno" street.
MX SM RIBB-BUMWUI UM
f Legal Tender
Choice Wines and Liquors,
Bottled Beer, Frsh Keg
Boor, und a duo line of
Cigu: alwnys -n band Wo
have a nice .-w Boo! Tublo
in connection. A inrton
of your patronage solicited.
, NO CHANGING WINKS
What we pond ur custom irs is
bo satisfactory that niBtead of
changing thorn they always want'
moro of the sumo kind.
and everything ols is the rule
with mo. Wo are handling high
grade goods and selling at low-
, grade prices. Kmtv iiiirohiisn
I Crenshaw 6 White
DutTys Malt Whiskey for medi
Chas. W. Zenker.
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