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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1000.
Real Estate Bargains I
5 nico lota in Laskor addition, woll situatod and b bar
Rain at tho prico $80.00 por lob.
11)0 acroB noar oity limits, ovory foot good laud and
lias oxcollont woll. If Angolo continues to improvo this placo
will bo soiling as town lots within two yoars.
Throo or fourchoico soctions of farm land on Lipan
Flat that can bo bought; worth thomonoy.
A nico now homo in Fort Oonoho addition on South
oast of a block, 4 room? and a bath, good barn, ohickon
hotiBO, oto. All tho ground, 170x180 foot, is foncod and or
chard pi tin tod. Improvements noarly worth tho mouoy askad
for tho placo. $1700.00.
Elovon lots noqr tho eoction houso that can bo had for a
song. Ask us about this.
Wo also havo somo vory ohoico building sitos loft in,
Fort Concho addition that can bo bought ciieftnor than any
othor vacant property tho amo ',Vtanco from tho businoBs
lolid block of 14 largo lots for alo to speculators at
""7 attractivo prices.
Wo at all titnos carry a nico line of attraotivo bargains
in Roal Estato, and mako a specialty of trying to pIobbo our
customors, and to soil thorn something that will mako thorn
Land, Insurance and Livestock Agents
San Angclo, Texas, Opp, Landon Hotel.
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Talking About Hereford Sale.
Our lloroford cattlo man, Mr.
J no. R. Lowis, rotumed last night
from Snu Angolo, whoro ho Inul
gouo to nttond an paction imlo of
Horofordb. pMsturg reports the
Blllo 118 l)Oil)K ' """'ir BUCOUHSflll
Ono Jim ,r li t, nllt' twenty-
I uhoad l)oiii;iii,., -tioiind :fl in
winning cow Boiling for tlio noat
sum of i700 and a show bull for
SS00. Tins was a dispersion salo
of ono of tho best hords of Hern
ford cattlo in Texas and the
prioos paid shows a reawakening
interest in the cuttle business
that is vory gratifying to oattle
brooders ovorywhoro. S w 0 0 t
wB Synl u'lonu boiii(i(.. tiouod oil 111
j' 'Aw li Hours, at an lit orago prico of
J blanks por heal"1 One pnzd
Left to Kccclvo Cnttld,
II. B. Edens, connected with
Hie live stool; firm of If. W. Chi
lis it Go., left Sunduy uttonioon
for Van Horn, Texas, to tooeivo
tho J.U00 head of cattlo boiiulit in
bho big $73,000 ninoh-itook deal I K. Oodfrov. a well known rat-
11 dool conoludod in Ft. Worjth
Friday. Tho cattlo and loaso wore J
sold by A. F. Crowlow, of Fort
Worth, and Will Hurris, who
livos on tho ranch, to Bovuu &
Curroll. Tlio cattlo brought $15
a houd, while the terms for tho
lease are not known.
BADLY HURT HERE
Man Fell from Stair to around Mon
day NiRlit. Precarious
A most serious accident
occur rod on the stairway
just fioulh of the Parlor saloon,
Monday night about 11 o'clock,
as a roHtilt of which Dud Miller,
of Uallingor, lies in a precarious
condition. Mr. Miller was retir
ing for the night to his room over
1 the resort, and at tho top of tho
JBtairB, some twonty feot from tho
j ground, ho sat down upon tho
railing to smoke a cigarette
While in this posture, ho sud
denly lost his balance and foil
backward to tlio alloy below.
It was at first thought that tho
unfortunate man was killed. Ho
was pickod up uncon8oiouB by
frionds and carried into tho
saloon. Tho known injuries aro
a badly fiaotured right leg, broken
midway between tho anklo and
kuoo, and severe and painful
bruises. His internal condition
is also extremely serious, but to
what oxtout is not now known.
Drs. liutts and Lynn Bet the
broken limb M unci ay night, and
oncased it in plustor-of-paris.
Miller was taken on a strotchor to
tho homo of John Holcomb Tues
Bud Miller is a well known
saloon man of Ballingor, and was
paying a brief visit to San An
golo friends, having arrived hero
Sunday aftornoon. Friends of
tho injurod man aro waiting op
him. Ho is sufToring a great deal
and his condition is reportod
about tho samo.
To Spend Christmas in New York.
Mrs. Kato Vock loft Monday
aftornoon for Now York City on
a viBit to Mrs. W. D. Hanbridgo,
noo Mi'bb Kato Vock. Mrs. Vesk
oxpoots to Bpond Christmas in tho
metropolis, and bo away from San
Angolo throo months, returning
in tho spring. Mrs. Hanbridge's
ho althhaB greatly improvod lately
Taylor Merchant Visited III Farm.
L. H. Goldstein, a prominont
merchunt of Taylor, was in San
Angolo sevoral dayB last we'ok on
a visit to a furm ho owns south of
San Angelo on Lipan Flat.
MeBsra. II. V. IGattis and J. W.
Sides aro managing Mr. Gold
stoin's furm for him. Mr. Gold
Btoin was highly ploasod with tho
abundatico of ram Weat Texas
lias had for tho past sovoral weoks
and found the conditions on his
farm gratifying. Ho loft for his
homo Monday aftornoon.
II J. I'incuB, of San Antonio,
mado a briof business visit to San
Angolo last wook, returning to
tho Alumo City Monday.
II. G. Caruthors and wifo, of
tho Sonora country, arrived in
tho city Sunday 011 a combined
business and pleusuro visit.
A. B. Bluckwoll, a prosperous
citizen of tho little town of Edith,
in Coke county, wob a business
visitor in San Angelo Monday.
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American Field Fencing
Barbed and Cabled Wire
Sold i,000 Steers at p. t.
Max Mayor & Co. Bold Monday
forC. 0. Yaws & Son, of Sonora,
1,000 ii and -l-yoar-old Btoers to
Powell it Cawloy, of San Angelo,
at private figuros. This big herd
of lino hooves will be delivered in
Sun Angolo about Dec. 15, whon
thoy will bo shipped by the now 1
J. T. Morris received DtO
of yearling heifers from
Stuart & Son this week,
Morris got those yoarlings
bargain, $1) per hoad.
Tanner & McGuiro, of San An
tonio, bought 1,500 bred owes
frow George Mier at p. t. .las. A.
Cope made the trade. Devil's
reported olsou here in this issue.
100 hoad of good hursos were in
oludod in this deal, including im
provements. The rant ti consists
of 150 sections of fine laud,
tloman of Kiwsas City, was in
ban Any ' "uf hhiy and Monday.
Mr. (f0,.f,';,V !)lft Monday after
noon K ; "J's City, whoro ho
intends ii'' a big bunch of
feodors ii-yv(1)liipping thorn into
Now Moxii He made no nur-
l chases whiL.ou his visit to West
Crockett County Umtcli Dl'.iI.
Three thousand head of cattle im ',"'',uuii .Millinery lias a
and possession of a leasoona 50,- "f "f "S""18 "" ha$ ilai
nr. ' . t . , ,- . must go at a low price We also
000 aero ranch, situated U5 miles ,UU) ,, lao mo 0f U,llP 00lllu or
xvost of O701111, changed hands in ' phone to 0!!5
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H Just Received:
I A Car of
m Corrugated Roofing
g Everything in
m Hardware, Well Supplies,
M Plumbing and Tin Work.
Schleicher County Deals.
Sillimau, Campbell & Evans
reports tho following sales for tho
week : Sold for T. A. Thomson to
D. 0. Hill 010 acres unimprovod
at $10 .25 por acre, a total of f(55GO
for tho tract. This b tho high
est prico section of unimproved
land over sold in tho county.
C (iutes( 'i(is ( lii'lstlun iloente.
R.ov. Simeon Slmvt.
Vh ivcMilh Hi scd 11 virv pruspi nms two years' pastorship of
tho Firit Mi'thodist chinch of ban Angi 2r 1 1- is now preaching in
Thoy also sold for Taylor &
Garland, ono section of land nine
miles from El Dorado, unim
proved at $1 por acre.
Sold for Sol and Abo Mayer 010
acres of land, cloven miles from
El Dorado, unimprovod at $5
Sold for I. II. Elder to B-ikor,
1120 acres of land 10 miles from
El Dorado, at S5 per aero, unim
proved. Sold for J. J. JoneB to F. II.
Watson and P. I. Eldor, his liverv
stable pioporty for S1050. El
HlK Wool Deal.
dipt. Charles Schroinor, wool
commission merchant, sold tho
fall clip of ICerrvillo wool to Hol
lowoll, Jones it Donald, of
Boston, the clip bringing from
lb to 19V cants por pound. Tho
shipment consistod of 700,000
pounds, being about a quarter of
a million pounds short of the
usual fall clip on account of tho
inability of the ranchmen to
socuro shoarors boforo it was too
lato to shear. This will onhanco
tho spring clip, at which time
this market will probably break
tho record for 12-mouths' wool,
as sheep aro in (ino condition and
the range excollont. Tho last of
the big shipment wont out Tues
day. Since that timo Capt.
Schroinor has also sold and shiA
ped about 200,000 pounds o(
mohair to Willott &. Co., of Bo-'
Korrvillo is holding he
as 0110 of tho largest wooll
mohair markets in America . Tin
quality of the staples shipped
from this point rank with thr
best products on the continent
Capt. Schroinor, who has boon i,
tho wool commission biiBinos
horo for maiiy yours, has estab
lished an onviable standing
among tho wool factors off tho
East, and has dono much towanj'
placing Korrvillo wools in the
high esteem in which they a it
hold by spinnors. Korrvillo Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Drako, 0
Waco, wore visitors in San Angolb
tho first of tho weok.
MisB Ella Sullivan, after a visit
of soveoul days to San Angolo rel
atives, loft Sunday for her homo
in Globe, Anona.
Wantku 5001) ' " n d
womon to buy furniture at T W.
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$ The cheapest thing you can get for nothing is advice, but if it is liquor you want, it costs money, and the best is $
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XXX Pearl Rye, a $6 a gallon goods, for $4.
Chad Buford, a $5 Whiskey for $3.50.
f Four Queens, also a $5 goods, for $3.50 a gallon.
Hill &l Hill, bottled in bond, at $1.25.
Pearl Rye, $1.25 and other good barrel goods at $1.00
a quart--all full quarts.
Alcohol at $4.00 per gallonbest quality.
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