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TH 13 SAN ASOELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1000.
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Auction Sale Monday, November 26 th 1906
I will sell at auction at the Bismarck Farm, six miles south of San Angelo, my entire herd of Registered
Hereford Cattle, composed of about 35 bulls and 115 cows and heifers. Sale begins promptly at 10 a. m.
Cattle will be sold one at a time, except cows with small calves. The cattle to be sold are as well bred as it
is possible to get them, and in laying the foundation for this herd neither time nor money was spared to se
cure the best results. The first"cows purchased were at an average of $350, and from that on many good
ffood ones have been added. Only the best sires have been used and the calves included in this sale show
that no mistake has been made. The cattle will be right off the grass so will be in the best possible condi
tion to insure best results. Terms, cash or commercial paper.
BARBBCUBD LUNCH WILL BB SBRVBD AT NOON
W. DAVIS JONES.
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Bundle (live (Jrmiil Concert. Negroes Mad to Leave Town.
The San AnHo Military hand. Mili'B rftation is u prohiliiiii-Bro
under the direction of Mr. K. A town. The cobrod minstrel troupe
Nenly, is preparing for u grand j tlllt Bi,owcl in Sun Aiif'lo last
band concert to he given smiie- i.nll, r,.llttl .(r(. t() Miles.
time the latter part ol this i month ' , ; , inUill((Mi presenting
,n the Turn erein hull. A aplon-, rformlllll.Hi Bt tliy did
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REAL ESTATE RISE
IN ANGELO AND TEXAS
did program is heing arranged ly
the able director, and the concert
will asnredlv lie a treat to lovers
of gnod music . The date of tin
intended indoor conceit will he
announced later, and all who
want to heiir some exce 1 1 n t
music and 'assist the home bund
linuld turn out en masse to tim
Dairy and Food Commission's Report.
The Minnesota Ihihw and hoodi
I . . . . .1... i.:
not. Alter putting up i"'" "'
tent, a mob of Milesuns gathered
around the canvas and the negro
uggregution, that is under the
management of white men, wub
convinced tlmt there wub nothing
doing for them in .Miles. Mile
Iimh mude the start of keeping the
ni'gines out, and intends holding
to the rule.
Thtre do Use
i'lio .Minnesota iair uuu ruuu . ,.,,,,'t tiout Iturb no for
( lommtsslonS iinulj-sls shows that j-lkl n,J ; u ' t Ik u t I la " ,
Kennedy's Luxutlve Hone.v and Tnr '' liv ' ; !, ,f vo
and ,;; Laxative Honey and Tar . r ' . , ' y'u""
eontu ned op atos and croton oil. , f"'i . . . .1 ! ... . r . . i it. vmir liver, and
Opiates are poisons and eroton oil Is , lou, and , u , , . . m. .an.l
a violent poUonons p.u-at ye. Ilefuse, "" , I, , 'cotistlpa-
Tu," In"'' '"$ o! Via.ui 11.""", !"" I'"' 1,--',?"i! "n,,l "!'
I HI 111 U OllON 1HILK1UU. I1 I'lllJ "in i . .,. ., t.ntikltl lit in IVv !l l)Ol
Honey and -'Par contains no opiate, N ' ' , , , ', , ,
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State Topics (lives Interesting Ac
count of Dealings In Dirt. A
Land Mnn and Buyer.
The following very interesting
humorous item clipped from
State Topics, in reference to Sun
Angelo reul estate in purticular,
and Texas real estate in general,
ib of importance. It jh styled
rheliisoin Real HBtate," and
"The story is told of. an East
ern tourist and land seeker out, in
the Sun Angelo country who had
several square miles of land
ollered him at ' per acre. Ho
reullv thought it, ii liiii'guiii, but
THIRD WOOL SALE
200,000 Pounds Pall Clip Sold Hollo
well, Jones & Donald. About
18 Cents. "Shipping,
Another big wool snle was con-
Humiliated in San Angelo lust
March HroB., who hud noarly
2UU,00O poundB of fall clip, Con
cho Country wool, sold their en
tire consignment Friday to Messrs
Walter Murston nnd Henry Bum
representing the eastern wool
commission linn of llollowoll.
Jones & Donald, of Boston, at
private figures. It is presumed, ,
and the presumption is founded I
on a reliable basis, that March !
Brothers' wool brought from 17
Wc have a complete stock of lumber, lime, sash,
doors and cement, and can supply any rcsaonablc
demand. Wc dcirc to do a legitimate business and
want only a rcaonablc profit for handling business.
Come and sec us and let us figure on your bill,
ir poisonous ii ni'r
cough and cold curt'.
-Monby to loan jh good bwur-
Bring your hides to Neeley Bros. ' ity. V. H. Allen.
All Element of Chance is Hliiuiuated when you pun-him- u
BUSH & GERTS
Not only in the larger cities and towns
in this country and abroad, but in
smaller towns and villages as
well, the people are exchang-
pianos, or orgrans,
for this most
and high grade
only the people, but
the prominent Conserva
tories, Halls, etc. 108 sold to
New England Conservatory, Boston
Mass. Why has our business grown
steadily and rapidly throughout the
world? t Why have we such an
enormous business in Texas?
There's a reason, it's not
our "Claims," but the
way we "Back
them up-" Our
up on the
, we make, but the
way we "Prove"them
And then the Bush and
Gerts Piano .'
STANDS THE TEST OF TIME
Manufactured By Us. Sold in Our Own Stores. iunr
1 t... ..n n..ll i.i .,. duiiiI nu u Piutnl Hiiril frip tin rt.ii'ii,
UIILCHM IIV UB. Willi III Vfl D'llil lin ., wat" wi. .....v.w.
O ln-a "A ouill-. wnll kllHIlt.1 tJ
ihiqi w !' "j'""
with true vankee caution and eon-
si'ivatirtin he iniHtetl on riding to 19 cents per pound.
over the land with the man who This is the third big fall wool
ollered it. The more he saw the deal made in this city in th pint
better he wus pleased, and at lust., few duys, mention of the b i g
'niter ruling severul hours said: Miibbs and ltichnnl"oii transae-
l believe it's alright, and I'll i tunih being made in mir lant issue
, take it at S) " ' The prices received in nil of the
"At what?'1 suid the Texan. sulen were not up to the degree
"Why, at $" per acre. That's that would be entirely satisfactory
your price, isn't it?" (to the wool growors of this section
"You mean it was my price thih for wool of this age. But ti k ng
i morning, but. my friend, it's now I everything into consideration, iu-
nearly night and lauil is going up,ciuiing tno condition oiino east,
mighty last, in tliese purts.
now worth -fT oD per acre,
liable to go up again hefor
get buck to town."
Hub is not an historical tact
ISlK I'riilt Merchant Mere.
'I'. II. Oaklev, of (ientry. Ark ,
was u luisiness visitor in Sun An
g.lo severul luys luxt week Mr.
om wool market, the prices paid
for West. TexiiH fall clips were top
(ienres. Much more lull wool is
yet to be brought to San Angelo, ; Oakley owns immcuc apple or
some ol the Hheep men having elmrds le-ur (Ientry, nnd wns in
in TexiiH IuiuIb, but the joke illus- been lute in sheuiing, uiitl more Sun Angelo tigiiring on some ear
Unites the nature und spirit of j good sulee will bo made in San ,i B,iI)mtHi Mr Oakley suid
what is reu Iv going on. i Angio neioro me seiiHou is over.
"In the country now be.ngl Mebers. C. D. Stokes, of Lam- '" 'n arranging for a contmuom
nenetrated by the Orient road
inorthwcRt, in the far west Kort
Davis anil Kort btockton conn
piiHiis, one of the representatives shipiiieut of fruit to West Texas,
Missouri lUlltor Here.
Clarence M. eigio, publisher
of the Semi-Weekly Tribune, of
Buuceton, Mo., was in Sun Angelo
several days lust week. Mr. Zoiglu
was on u business viit. It win
his first trip this far weta, and he
expresped himself agreeably Mir
prised with the thrift, unci liveli
ness of this western country.
Mr Xoigle remained in the city
till Sunday, when he left for Temple.
ol' Willettife Co.. who boiiL'ht the "" as to have frosh fruit arrive in
Hol.bfi consignment of HOO.OOO , this city at. regular interviils. Tim
trv. in the newlv onened Browns- nounds. the eurly part of lust fruit grower stilted that lifty-two
'ville Coast region, in short all week, Jean Arnold, of San An- M'nrs oi apples nan neeu snipped
lover West Texus, the opportu... j ton.o, with the same linn, and , fmn, his place imo the surround-
l ities for securing good luiuls at a j Walter Mnrston, with llnUowoll. j uijj coiiiiti, tins lull. 'should nitwijs he kept in the homo for
I low price are rup'uily passing. I .lone. tv Donald, left this city ' lunmdiitii use Is Chainhoi'laln's Cough
rim land seeker is nor, oven wait-: Thursday Mr. Burns, with llol- y' 'jave y-cureii ii c uemv ion itemwo. n win provoni i no auacK n
mir for railroad extension, bill is
in ban Angelo over Mituriiuy, as-imi.l11tls t1(, i,.all( uios lieudaclu
"ling ahead of it, willing to wait
for a season and knowing, under
the present impetus of develop
Histinii in the nrenarimr of the. and reculates the illnostlvo oriuns
Mnreh wnnl for Bliiniiient,. fn the U 'ures chronic c-iinstliiaticiii. Ask us
mei.t, the roads will soon' cover ' neighborhood of TflO.OOO pounds ! ,,,"",t ,l- "nt1,111 HvhrMcho
all these desirable sections now of Concho Country wool wub ship- ; rr tt.
isoluted. I i"d from San Angelo, Knot, this
"This year's almost uin-x j week.
iimplod prosperity will stnrt more ' The tieorge liichard-on wool of
homeseekers to ToxaB from other j 2f0,0(KJ pouiuIh, went to II. 0
States than ever before, and l.ludd it Wool, of Marttonl, Conn ;
Toxuiib who have surplus capital Chits. W . Jlobbs consignment of
am wuking up to the fact that thoJ'Od.OOu pounds to Willett it Co..
lonuer thev delav the less will bo .Boston, and March Brothers
! the chances for Imriiuins in roul i-'OO.OOd poiiniU to Ilollowfll,
' oatato '.JoiienA- Donald, also ot Boston.
' "Ths man with the hoe h get-1 ,. . . ....
, ting busy and staying busy in I WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE
iToxas, and is welcome, but the! WEAK BODIES,
kIvcii is soon us the child becomes
hoarse, or even after the croupy
coiilI) siiii .in l''or Hale hj all dniK
Bring your hides to Neoley Bros.
man wan tim iiiucK-riiKe is
i much in our midst, and
' l villri i'il litbltiiullr Iniui const tp-n leu
1 Dcjun'H Ili'Kuli'ls ri'lli'vi'd mill s'.runiiltiuni'it
the linui'N mi tint' llinv liiivu Imiin ici'ulur
i out hliico ' -A K H:ius. wiuu'.'r riulpliur
I SprliiKs Ti'X.it
I Miss Kttla I.ockhui't, of Slier
'wood, visited in Sun Angelo lust
Mrs C. A Lewis und Miss Bet
tie llito, of Sherwood, tveie visit
'ors in the city last week.
G. X. Chamberlain and family
Bush & Gerts Piano Co. of Texas,
J. R. RLED, Manager,
JSi Corner 8lli St. end Conjieu Air.
AUS'l IN, TEXAS, w
Khlney Diseases Cause Hull the Com
mon Aches end Ills of tinn
A. mil' wiMik HiiU ni'iild'iis .i eliuln, ii weak
Kuliiv- weuhPii iln' whiile iioilj ii ml liiisum
111.- iln.il iirt'ii'dtiK ilnii
lH,'r u.iili. strains, i-uliN mill causes Injure
tin! I.nlnns. ami when tlielr ui'tlvity Is li'-i-iMii'it
Urn ttliolM IioiIvwiIU'ih frtiui tin) cxei'ss
of urlu poison elioiil.ilril In Hie Mood.
Aolii's mid pains uinl Ununor und urinary lllh
conn', nnd then' Is an evur IncnilisluK tiitulen
ey tuwiirdillnlii'tiss mid lutul llrmliV's (IImmsp
1'hi'ro Is no real liulp tor tliosuirurercxcuiii
n'l.iii'sKldnnvPlll-iU'l illrcolly on tlic kid
nejs ami imiii ovorv ktrinry ill Han AiiKClo
eiirt.'saio llio proof
1I..I I,lv. vlotlilpi; suuntnan of Han Ant,'i
In. Texas sayn 'It Is no ini-ru rar Muei' 1
llrst I'ommL'iiocd to lie troumi'ii wun my uaux.
izr r izr izr
THIS 3IO DOLL
Buy 50 centsworth atthe
White Star Racket Store
and get a Ticket.
All kinds of Xmas and
Racket Goods in Stock.
WHIlt to MerOliry Friday, Oil a I Thi- attuoUs urailunllv Krn more frciuent
combined business and ploutmro
Mrs. W. I. Tandy and child
ren, of Eldorado, paflsed through
thu city Thursday on route to Hico
on 11 visit to relatives.
i en . na II P,.!!,-;, ,,,l'llk" nMiincr to llnd ru:i.r hy UliiK lloan'H
iiu.'OBin, 1 iiuiuan . viiiviiiiii iiiki liuincj 11 lair oiai
Ui) Iinlintr n( Vau VnrL' flirv I for lain I11 all ilimlitrh. t'lliiiiMuuntH, I'm'
. U. HlCliey, 01 iSOW 10rK Ivicy !r.Mm,urii C. IHUMIo. Num York, kuIu
tt..(irii Imaiiiiiua viaif.nrn in Sfifi A IU ul'i'uis for tim Unlti'd Htutcs.
,uv k.,.u...w.,u .... ... .- -'.,--.:... ...... .; ,,.....,. ., ...i,
1 jieinruii'i'F uic niiiiii' iniuu r n ,,. ,.,,
and wfrmmoro scvfrii. until 'or sovuraldayti
at a lltnu 1 wouM Im coniimlluil to luy on worn,
The si'PMilnris from tim kldnuyt were hlKbly
I'olorfd ami wry Irri'uular. When I saw
(loan h lildnuy I'llls adyurtlscd at J. W Harris"
ilniK Morn I cofiuluilrd to trv thrin. TI10 ri
Mill as inorothan I nxpi'iiti'd. My hank mil
uuu In uliout four days thu si'orctloi.H be
i'inu normal and I frit btiltvrlu vvrrv uny.
In inaWlntf Hits Ktntmnmil I unlv holm it Mill
tip the means of olbur jmrMins MilfurlnK In a
Igelo Thuraday anil Friday.
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SIFT OUR OFFER
nnd you'll admit that,
panned by tiuullty and
pricliiK, our building ma
terials are the bust bar
gains buyable anywhere.
Delivery counts for some
thing, too, and o'ro
noted for promptness in
Smith & Robertson
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