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TilB SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN' ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1000.
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Subcnptlon SI 5J a yr In Advance.
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EVHUYTIII.S'ii I- all right lint thu
Tn Hun chilly mornings make
"lioifi-" like eilinp.
'I UK PitKss i- I lid only paper in
San Angei i H lining iriut.
i)SK Meek lliillllll llilV 1H '1'Iltill k H-
ISlvii.it a i.aiioi.al .lay of feaHtiiit?
,,,,f """"' tlnlHKviiiK
'I hi: iuIh in the I'u'iB k.ii you
KiM(i-il mi the prici'M. amralH and
depMriiiii'M i.f g.i.iile. llH jihI. like
a 'hull I register
San Anmki.o iH the (Juueu of tho
CoiK'llflH Willi I'll' iiutliaptited
right of Iiiivii.l; the (lueBt olininle
in t lie W'eht . Texan' proud ru
I'l'T voiir money m An"''
projieitv if yon want Honn'thiiiK
that ii Hiife. bound and mllexihlo.
I'iViii'mIiiiik r.nvri in thin country
inoiiev. Iniid, citttoii and heuiib.
Til ic aiiti-lree paHH law 140ns into
ulTect the lii-Ht of .laiiuary and thu
ueuhpaper man will have to Htay
at. home, uiHtuad of jaunting
around over thu country on pleas
San Anciklo oIIVih a Hplendid
finld for the eHtaliliHhinent of a
lirHt. cIiimh creamery. Thu untor
priho would he profitable, from the
jump, Thu iieoplu in thu coun
try am entitled to Homothiiif,' but-
tur than olt'oinai'erino.
The deliejitlul bluo ipiail and
thu innocent littlft IJob Whitu eat
iiiHccts and donlroy cotton peats
and aro tho farmer'a friund.
BirdH fattened on boll weevils
should not bcBliiiiKhtered like the
Tiik I'liKhn iccoivcH in every
mail about a half hutdiel basket
full of let tern requesting us to
print, four nalleys of paid Ht till in
the intoreht of Hvuipatliy. We
could print twenty-four pnies of
this ftyinpathy each week, but
iv 1 1 1 1 1 1 we ollered sympathy to thu
printers on Saturday niizlit they
would huv: "Neiuh,noit;h, horse
1ly.M "San Anckmi transformed into
tho cleanest city in the West."
'Phut would I) it tfond motto.
Nnturo has provided the proper
arnihiiKo, and now is the tune for
thu mayor and board of aldermen
to net busy and iuaiitftirato a cam
paign for cloanlineds through the
winter and relieve some of thq
work in tho spring.
tui'l in lixie"
uiih placed at urn Turn N'eiuiu
oporu houee h'tiday night. It
was a typical melodrama of post
bellum days, with a high-minded
Southern gout k'inati and daugh
ter mid 11 couple of old-time dar
kies, true to the ebony characters
'.hen prevailing, in the principal
roles. A fat old mummy, that
yaiikee gold could not buy, was
the heroine. It was a pbiy with
out any of the usual ofti?nes to
n idi"' v p.'"1' "I'd M'ib). thii.ugb
nut, no MMiii-vulgar speciallies
IV tll pii .lit. tl, luaoii-fiK- 'd girl"
itj Kick mid sing with inetiilic i
copper lined throats, and ajlly
vhymos that have their otigtn in
;ho city dives, If all perfoim
auces wnro like this one, the stage
vould becomo free from oriticiBin
Orient Depot at Sweetwnter.
Thu Hoportor mini in Inf. riiiu
bloH around tho city is always on
si. j i i 3 ! i.t f-.' .'..i. tw..ot
o the ninny ii-nilei I I'"" p.tptl.
Last wpok wo ran down tho item
nboat the Snyder rnilrond This
w.i k -ve lnd that nut only the
pprinuio id in-n'ii-e nlinprt for thu
Oriont aru noarly a foregone (inn
i.limlon foronr town, bat the work
0",1 Jt)ip, "WW Oi'Ioilt pasoiiger ami
BfcjjLOjtwllBr ' ai r -yWiiitftfWrrjwyUfMM tai-w.iiiiH ulitlh.OqiJlirW(Hr
HvilBBL.u3'r fny - W $miimiMaBiLMteammKmW4!i
freight depot will bo commenced
Our lumbermen hnve been asked
for ImcIr um liiintiur for the frmiio
work of these immense structures
From nil reports work on 1 1 1
building" will If in ftiM blast I'.V
Jiiini'irv I, Hlfi". Kvotything
' Iftrib .. l.niiltt f.. I liu fiitm'it i.f 1.1,0
....... - . .Kiiu .... ... ...vi ..
oitv Sweetwater Reporter,
ntempl.ited Now L-illiollc Convent.
It. h ui,.li.rt.i..i ir.mi kxpi ill
! nun. I. -ir...'.. ii. .in .rt. ......
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am lenity, that II... IminnoM "le
Conception (..alr.iiv..f Uiih o.t.y,
HCoiiBiiIrinlliH erect "
iiw ntifl larger conven "';
ni'iir future 'I lie Ciitln'if 0"1 "l
Inn purchased Huine acreage pi
neitv fniiii I. P. He . t in) i i
the ciimttioilintis iew ImiiriliiiK
! ucii.lciiiy .
Not In i.u' deljnit e n j.1 Lnawi
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f'Mirteen iicn Ikiu h. di t urelin d
from Mr Hell at privnM li'iires
-VoiitliB' flints for le. than
inaiiiifiioliirerft c fi ut Austin
Spencer Si Co.'o uront Borirain
llotiso. Hole leiW Ri "" ni UriliK
in th" Ikivh and hnve tit mm lln.d
up for wivViT.
T'- ' .
I .. it It Hi'
Jewel Wylje w.-nt 'to Ballunjer,
Monday afteriioou. v
M. J. Norvell, ol Sherwood,
was in San Angulo th" (lrst of tho
B S. Kirby went to Ooldth
waite. Sunday, on a business
Albert Stephens spent Sundny
afternoon in Brownwood with re
latives. .1 V Hardy, of Llano, was a
business visitor in San Angelo
last week .
II. O'Banon, of the San Angelo
National Bank, spent Sunday in
Senator B. II. Johnson left
Sumliiy on a business trip to
0. Searcy, '.'f Frost, Navarro
county, wns a prospector in San
Angelo, last week.
Mrs. Mamie Rimes and daugh
ter, left Sunday afternoon for
Martin, on a visit.
II Lovelace, of thi city, made
a short business trip to Miles,
John I. liyburn was in the city
from his numb, Saturday and
Sunday on business.
W I.. Whitlield, of Eldorado,
with a business visitor in the city
several (lavs last week.
W. A Schithniann and wife of
l'owena, were visitors in Sail An
gelo Sunday and Monday.
Messrs. John Saul and Jack
Mabray, of Coke county, were in
the city the tlrst of the week.
W. (J. Unstlubiiiy, of Sherwood,
was a biiriiuehs visitor in San
Angelo Monday and Tuesday.
George W. Cunningham went
to Uoldthsvaito Tuesday afternoon
on a btisino'js trip of several days.
Misnes Julia Brooks and Bertha
1 1 ut (1 111 welil to Miles, Sunday
atternoon on a short visit, to
Ileiuv Ciiithrie, a citizen of
Stiles, Bengali county, was in n
Angelo the first of tin week 011 a
John V. Hast, of tho San An
gelo Telephono company, went to
San Antonio Sunday, on a busi
ness visit of a few days.
J. I). Joims, win has had
charge of the construction work
of th" big Walker-Smith ware
Itniice on North Ohndhoiirno street
returned to hi home in Temple,
Mrs Keisi-i. a ff.rm"i' resident
ol San Angelo 111 the narly duya
Hi l IH" IV, i--l lUf-lllMy lllll'l-
1 1 .. t i lor lei i. onto in l'vaus iIln,
Hid., after a visit of suvoral weeks
t.) Mrs. L B. Harris on Oaken
Mrt). 10. B. MoWillinniB, who
lias been visiting hor brother,
George ICeciie. of this city, h'lt
Friday for Galveston where sho
will visit relatives, ere returning
to hor home in Louisvillo, Ky.
Mnoofj. v, T Snnlliiigs and
Tim Taylor, of Sail Augustine,
have been prospecting 111 the San
Angelo country for several days.
The two gentlemen aro highly
pbub.-d with tho outlook for the
. 1. . . ... if. t.. ..1 r. ...
Concho Country, and aro content
pUtim; moving from tho oldest
tr.wo iu tiiuii:ntn. to Wvtt T. x
Lt)"!!1"" ' '1.
po,,y .mm i i. JI.MI .um. i.- m , m ,.,,. f frM ln(
thu i.t of Helm "lit I.. -t..,..l.f(r gfl ,, n(( 1M b,m,k
niicl thiBiH tin. 1.MP..W1I Bit- fr The Hmimrck lurm it uiih of
JONES SELLS HIS
PIQlvIAPrk' KAOMi1'"-' Heeret agent was not to bo
BISMARCK FARM f(Ildi ...,. bwlmt ,,,., in
2.1)00 Acres of SPIundld Lend
Sonlli of City Brlntfi W. Davis
Joneu $b5,000. Dotnlls.
Hinmiircl fiirm.rir.utli of this
II iftlljl. nifini, in nun
L'ny, will Plilll nil" HTSl. Ill I III' H"l,'Kj
'for u eon-id. ruinm ot .UO fW)') I
..i.i 1 1. fUai f,i. ..b.n- "" in"" unywnerc else.
JuckHnii ,v Hicks math the (Lai
,,lh" P'"'"iri'' '"' " I I'' ''',
. r I. . i . i
kit. of G'lU iii county, wlio on):
1 a.oon i.fth., 2,000 uor... anil thu
I fr hUmk of Mx t(,all) of m,
PHVHml licail ufhorMs, u number
nf eoinimm cuttle mill h-i.iio
lUine. f..r S'iUuoO: John Fiiidla-
tcr, .lr., of tin" city, took tie' ro
best productive farms in this sec
tion nf the count 1 y. It was form
orly owned by I'ayne & Jones,
and at the death of Mr
I'ayno some three years ago, W.
DuVIS Junes succeeded tin uWIHST
Mr Jones him made Bismarck
farm fatuous because of the plen
did Hpecinietis nf Hereford cat'lo
he ratted llieruou.
Notice to thu I'ntiltc.
We have purchased the entire
stock of groceries and fet.-(l of the
J old i F. I'ortep bimiiiis. ut. the
comer of (!ohc)o nveiuie ,ind
,),,i? street, mid we sulicit a
1 -.! . i m u f ymir put i'oiiii(f, " IV. uie
H'jw prepmiug. mt fles i.f neor
pomtuMi in comply with tin- laws
..! Texas, and w- mv here i.n stay.
Cum ami wc n r pli me lnv your
ordern. Our mot to will b, "'Firsi
ninsH 0')i'- at Kuweit Prices,"
lll'l ll "Dipt delieri s.
ANi.KMi lill.i.'KI'V f'O ,
J A lluol.ard, Mnnuger.
Bought .fl2 Blonds at $27. 5O.
Otn f tle ilir'it h'-rds of
thoroughbred Hereford cattle in
this part of the state, was bought
Monday, from Coleman parties
by Broonin. Farr it Lee, of this
uity, nuinlieriiig -til head of
mixed cows, heifers and balls, for
a total cosideration of !f'll,!(ltl
or Siii vw around Mayor Farr
eon. unlimited the deal. The
lli-relords are known as the
"Bii'd: herd," and are n cele
brated bunch. Several other
siocKiueii were interested in tno
purchase ol these registered cat
tle, and the 112 h.:nd will, bo
divided as billows: All ball
calves to the Sawyer Cattle com
piny; Wimh Tunkersley. the two-year-old
heifers; several head go
to the Hiir S ranch; :!0 cows and
7 bulls to Fayette Tankers ley,
and the remaining herd will be
driven to the old Slatnr ranch in
Sterling county lor the linn of
Broome. Fnrr .v bee.
Highest Cetten Day Yet.
Saturday is always the day of
the week on w Inch the cotton re
ceipts in Mm Angelo ate the high
est bast Saturday, Nov 17, the
receipts broke the record lor this
comparatively new cotton conn
try. I'ublic "Weigher Smith re
coiv.'d !t!IO bales that day. In the
early season Mr. Smith predicted
10.000 bales tor this year's output
in the Concho Country ; hu now
predicts at least 12,000."
The price of cotton on the
streets Saturday ranged from 10.
dipt. DiiKK'in RnpUlly Improving,
Captain Ed Duggan, the gon
ial districtaud county clerk, caine
dowu to his oHiee Friday after
noon for a little while, the first
time 111 many weeks. Captain
Duggan is fast gaining strength
from his recent prolonged illness,
and will soon be himself again.
Mr. Duggau's illness has been a
Cnmrni.sslnncrs Adjourned lliursduy.
ConunisMoiiers court adjourned
for the term Thursday morning.
A very light dockot wns before
this session, and in the three dnjd
everything was ea-ily disposed of.
-10-1 hor.. blai.'.'ts 75e and
H 00 at f'nn H'lrnjini House, Any-1
tin Spencer ,v Cc
," " ,
.hi-- reiiu... ifuan, 01 iaiiing--i .
vitited l. . b. , VatHo and 1
wife, of San Almoin, the liisl" ol 1
T 1 On winy bought, the lirst of,
tho week, from John Sual of Cok"
county, !100 yearlings at if 12 for
steers and O'tc.r heifms
-Stoeknieu, havo you any black
leg among your btookV Vn huv.
received a ti",h sujiply of llla.-k-legoid,
a sure remedy to prevent
tho disease. l'iouuor Dru5' Stor.
A big steer sule has been re
ported to us on going to press, in
which George B. Ilondnoks
"ought from J. Willis Johnson.
1 000 big -1 and fi-vuar-old steers, j
'' '"t'lils of tho trautacium ar:
every ouloiti train watched, but
tlni way of information, etc., is
i not known.
-Rubber I Rubber! Boots and
"v" r.' "" . "l "t.uii spencer u
i . , , .. . ' ,
I'lilorutln 10 Muve a Hank.
Tic- fit iz'Mih of Eldorado. Schlei
jher county, are making the pre
liminary arrangements for the or
ganization of a national batik in
that thrifty town. William Bov-
ans, of Menardville, is one of tho
chief promoters, and the biiBinoss
men of Eldorado aro to raise
if 10,000, winch wo understand has
already I. ecu done.
Thi is a big step forward for
iMdoratlo, and her citizens should
respond liberally to the suppott
of such an institution.
-H.-niiine fur g'oves for doctors
and undertakers at Austin Silenc
er iv. Co 's, thu bargain place of
IMItitrnr Tlio I'ichs.
S E. Armstrong left Thursday
for Temple on a visit to relatives.
Kov. A. T. Talbert filled his
regular appointment at Wnll last
Saturday and Sunday.
J. I. I'arks made a business trip
to South Concho vicinity Thurs
day. The new room on the school
buildinu' at Wall wns completed
Ode Cain, from Buenn Vista, at
tended church here last Sunday.
James Louko is spending a few
weeks with his brother, 3us
Locke, near Van Court.
Mrs. A. P. Duckworth, of Mul
lia co in in unit y, visited J. F.
liliinlon'B lamily last week
IM'. Elliott left last Thursday
for Toniph, whore his daughter-in-law,
Airs. Ed Elliott, is seri
Oscar Butt ha8 Inon quite sick
for tho past three weeks with slow
llov. Gray, from South Concho,
preacned Here Sunday aftornoon.
Jim Swann is attending tho
Woolvt rlon Business college at
jus. . i. untes gave a slutt
ing last Sunday ivc-mm: which
was largely attended, and enjoyed
by all present.
Miss Clara McClondon spent 11
tow days with Mrs Abol Benton
I' rot. M. E. tirimes, of ChriB
tovul, was on the Flat this week
Misst's Myrtle and Una Blair
wore in San Angelo Saturday
shopping. "LinKitK "
-Overcoats for men and boys, at
greatly reduced prices, at Austin
Spencer & Co.'b, the Bargain
Cotton Around Water Valley (lood.
J. H. Bugg, a prosperous stock
farmer of Water Valley, was in
the city Saturday, and paid this
ollice a solid, substantial visit,
pushing his subscription date
away up in 1007. Mr. Bugg says
that the Water Valloy country
will realize a half balo of cotton
to the acre, although much of tho
late cotton was damaged by froBt.
Ho stated that tho conditions
generally in that part of tho
ounly were in tip-top sliapo.
-Big comfort and blanket, wile
on at A1. st in Spencer ,v (Jo's.
AW-Mcii Wedding Saturday.
Senoiita Isabel Cainbnnga and
Senior Mnrgarito Oar 11 woio mar
ried at the home of the bride's
puronls in North Sun Angelo. Sat
urday atternoon, 'Squire M 0.
Davis ofliciating. A wedding
feast was held after tho ovont,
and a very enjoyable timo exper
ienced by a large number of .Mex
ican friends of tho contracting
Fifty Yaars (he Stamford
fl Cream of Tartar Powder
Rlado JjOiB Grapes
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Mr. Huffman's Report for Quarter.
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, 1 win ,n wwii i-iiiam-cs 111 iiunero
Among important proceedings
in the Cr iiiinissiunrrs' court of
Tom Given county, last week, was
the financial report of Couuty
Tn usurer John I. Jlufl'mnn for
the past 'qua -tor. For incident
als, etc., during the last thrco
mouths, this county has expend
ed u total amount of S1,'15(J04
The treasury is in Al condition.
The standing of the different
funds are as follows:
General County Fund I' aid
out. .t2.50.l ; balance on linnd,
Jury Ftind Paid out during
quarter. $271 23; balance on hand,
Itond and Bridgo Fund Paid
oat, ifO.IJUO 51 ; balance on Inn d,
Court House and Jail Fund
Paid out, $-1,250; balance on
hand. $0H1 01.
Est ray Fund Balance on hand,
The sundry bills and accounts
examined, approved and orderul
Clark it Courts, stationery $171.0:,
Choctaw George, repairs (I.i'i
John Fln(lbitei-,.Ir.,liai(bare... .HUO
M. O. Davis, Inquest ii.00
I'd Ducgun, clerk, reeord'gi etc l.S.S.I
A. H. Gantt & Son, paint X (i.i
r u i..f,. ...... 11 i..
J. .IWW,.IIIUJI, fJUIIUIIl-
S. McConnell, conveying
b, McConnell, delivering
election boxes 10.00
K. MeConnrll. hoiit-illpi'
lirlsoii' rs i!ui).:!fi
Walter Spears, wolf scalp ."0
.1. K. Scott, 4 wolf .scalps 1J.0O
M. O. Davis, fees 27.".0
.1. Ituusonovcr, clothes 7. Oil
Sim Angelo Fuel Co., coal .IS.00
T. .. Williams, lirldgo work... 11.00
.Monitor Printing Co., printing :i ."0
.1. . I. Carpenter, work :i ."to
Central Drug ritore 1:2. .'II
San Angelo Press, printing 11. -0
riill-Kelliner Tract Co., sta
Texas Printing Co., stiitlouory 83.00
Georgo D. Bernard & Co . sta
Dorscy Printing Co., stationery 11.20
K. A. Telephone Co., service....
M. I j. Aloxaiulcr, medical ser-
S. A. leu & Power Co., ico
San Angelo Standard, printing
San Angelo Mfg Co., sunirlos
Concho Livery Stable, team
Turner's Racket Store, paper...
11. 13. Hail Lumber Co,, lumber
Burton-Lingo Co., lumber
March Bros., merchandise...
San Angelo Waterworks' Co
West Texas Ice Co., Ico 0 (ill
15. C. Alexander & Co., work I 73
S. S. Fiincher, brooms II 80
Hagclstoln Ildw. Co., hardware .17.43
C. A. McHoth, care .smallpox . tM.W
Probandt - Werst, printing... 23.23
Concho Lumber Co., lumber 2:5.70
Milton Mays, fees 18.00
Milton Mays, ot al., fees :m.85
Wilke Bros, plastering 27.00
vvyiio lldw Co., hardware 18.8.1
Total expended l,l3fl.l4
Powell Loses School Land Suit.
jhn case of Thompson it John
son vb C. II. Powell, to collect
the lenso money on the San Saba
county school land located in
Tom Green county, consumed the
entire day Monday and part of
tho night. Thompson &. Johnson
wero red resented by Frost & Neb
lott, of Corsiennu, and Leigh Bur
leson, of San Saba. Mr. Powell
was represented by Judge Hill, f
the firm of Hill it Lee, San An-1
gelo, and Hector & Hector, San
Saba. The coiniuihsionersi' court
j 1... a. -. m.i I
mm ir-jiii-ariuuii oy t, .i. al
ters. Tho whole contest in t his suit
hinged on an option contained in
the lease giving the, lessees the
right to buy the land at tlje high
est price ofVered by any (hWmoJso
The difitrict judge ruled that rks
option in the lenso was null and
void, because it was not written
in the minutes of the connn's-
sinners' court at t.Ve tune the,
louse was executed. A jury wns
called for by the defendant Pow-I
ell. during the progress ol 1 1- -1
oiiso, and one was oiillDd and ion-i
paneled, but the legal points in i
the r'liso being passed on by I he
judge, they went dismissed with-:
out u verdict. San Saba Star.
1 Has, Returned Prom New V01U.
Silas J. Titus reiiin.ed Sntur-!
1 day aftornoon from Syracuse, N.I
I V., whore ho has boon spending'
tho past lour months with rela
tives, Mr. Titu intended b-ny.
. ing San Angelo for aye, when bo
! departed, but couldn't keep him
"olffroiu returning. .Mi. j iim,
nrmd on the John A Lormis
, larch d'iriiig his former resident),,
tn tho Concho Country, and in
I t'-udfi retaining to the L oitii
' ration to go into cotton business.
-T. W. Taylor tho Fttrniluiu
man is hnok at hhold atiuul rgudv
for busiuois. it
KX-GOY. OF OREGON USES
PE-RU-NA IN HIS FAM1LI
For Colds and
Finds It An
S " 'w 1 - -l
ttpirnl liuililliiK, Mien, Ore.
ft Letter From tlir. Ex-Governor of
Tho t'x-Oovcrnor of Oregon Is on
ardent ndmlrcr of l'craun. Hu koops It
conitnunlly In the hotifc.
A lottor received from him rends, m
Statu or OanooN, )
EXKCI'TIVi: DKI'AlrT.MKNT. J
The Porunn Medlrlno Co.,
Dear Sirs I have had occasion to
use your Pcrana medicine In my fam
ily for colds, and It proved to be an
excellent remedy. I have not had oc
casion to use It for other ailments.
Yours very truly, W. M. Lord.
It will bo notlpcd that tho Governor
ays ho tins not hnrl occasion to us
I'uruna forothor nllincnts.
Tho reason for ttiH is that mostothor
Hmont3 begin with ncohl.
Using I'eruna promptly to rollovo
coldi, ho protects Mis family ni;nliitU
This Is whatovervothcr fninllvln the
rolled Htntes sliuiild do. Keep I'eruna
in tho Iioiiku,
Used Pc-ni-na In the Tamily Elsht
Mrs .Inscphlno Olllon. ni'i Morris St.,
Portland, Ore,, ineml.cr Patrons ot
"I'eruna has proven itsolf of such un
told vnluotoli3tli.il wo aro glnd to Rlva
It duo pralip. Wo havo lind it In the
homo for more than olght years
"It roUores heullh In a fow short
weeks, takes uwuy headnches and liaelt
cheri, lncrcaiius the appollte and re
store lost 1101 vo force,. It Is a spocllla
tor colds and catarrh.''
Kvcry family ilionld tio provided with
.1 copy of I)r Ilarlman's free hook on
"("lironlc Citnrrh " Aililrens Dr. S U.
It-i-'innn (' I'.eliiis, Ohio. '
Secret Government Agent Was Here.
A Mr. Caldwell, of Washington,
I). C , .as in San Angelo Thurs
day. Ho was a special govern
ment agout and kept his business,
a secret. Only one man in San
Angelo seems to know anything
about Mr. Caldwell and tho pur
pose of his visit, and this man. a
reliable and prominent citizen,
states that ho was privately fig
uring and securing data relative
to a Hito lor the $100,000 federal
building that is to be erected here
Home tune in thu near future.
Mr Caldwell was hunted high
and low by a Press report nr.
Shutt Publishing; a Paper.
Olaude A. Shutt, a former San
Angolo printer, is now publish
ing and editing the Talpa Tri
bune, a ten page, four column,
nowsy sheet. Mr. Shutt is well
known in San Angolo, and his
friends wish him woB.
Wanted: To trade sorghum
for town cows or calves Address
G. W. Waller, San Angolo, Eola
Seo Lynn Bros, before buying
a Bowing machine. They have
nearly every style, second hand,
but in good condition, and they
guaranteo tboni for twelve
months. I hey will sell them
from $4 to $10.
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