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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1000.
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Tiny XXX ,
of not favq
dors .for V
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ami , in iiiiick jy
Rauhacl McVfty t
of Antidnpc, Jiicl
neroH ol land i-' 111
wood and coal.
juioy, big invters
at Tho Angolo
Books Vases, ft ml
Ohinn big stock.
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f) I1IC0 ()tH liswj.'l
gain at tho price '
IliOJ lUTCS !1"U, '(.jj
hnfl excellent v-ll hc""'
will bo sollim. iib town ,;i'nl
Throo or fmr fii-.i l-i'f
.Flut Unit can !' b .uii ' m
A nice new limn i)
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rttiul. I i.T ii liliiiil it iiiriiiu
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Iioiihd, etc. All tin ground,,! ,nai
ahnrri pianifd. ii n.i. ....... 15 Q banks You (may
for tho piuco. i7ooou , m or Qreei but no odds
Eifvoii lotH iinur tim Hcotfucation in life may be,
. . . . milk. . ...;il L.
song. AhK us ubotit tins. WU
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1 11 mnw niivij moiiiu vuiy uim ll ,
Fort Concho ndiiit.ion Hint onii ho J?.yu use anytmng.
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uwiiwi vus.iniu ii win'i vy lioj ruin.. "illlCflt. , , . . ; a.
po.t.on. v;,,,,ng t0 maKe '
Solid block of l luni' lotH for
vory attrnotivo prices.
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wo at all tunes currv a inco nn
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ill Keul Instate mid inako 11 specialty
ciiBtomorH, and to sell them Homnthii
Land, Insurance and,i
San Angelo, Texas,
See tlio INtMs-
lor huiiltlilfil location 1
hoard ciiniiAi ho cxcolh-c11"'.'00!
p..r month, kiO; pr wp,'b'J "
Jlotnml cold hatliB fruo 'y0"11
Kor lioalthwil location
North stile pnrnilu ( round In poit
'11 uii ril.i.l
ill in tho
lVo of Ty-
at on co as
,hoy will ro-
iru tho Xttiua
V I. U UAUUllIUIJ Ul
tudents who protor
id Xmas wook at homo will
A'on pormiBsinn to do bo
I M vW tkiWk
lioro . You mr ' J Adams was in tho city
f.'jj his ranch Friday and Mut-
iowtrs of 1 - lay.
Tt vnnr k$6 Joan'K Ointment uuri'rt me of 'uiJimi lint
nbjuiii n jtyi imnoyrrt jno 11 tonw tlmit 'Iho umo wat
fir lit "-linn, 8. W. MattliiiWN, UiiniuiN
low tllOir 1 mcr l.uliorStntMIci, AukinIh, Mb.
iceaestseuastii so sc &?&
The Landon Hotel
Finest Hotel Ituilding 111 tho Yest. 2
Largo Rooms, Mudum Survico. . 5
Best Accomodation. ' 8
I C, Landon
aQ0Dflco&D2rf?twMe$fa i.a!MsttGKi iiMBO(iMjooo5nae
I SELLING OUT
3 cinnn Riio .f a-,ii
Wc are Selling
r 1'iiiii stock ol Wall
in llulf 1'riuo. aotspa
Uk: a (liiuhlu roll .rnj
t iL'ji'; iW iiiHii' ir
Tlio sauif itu""ii
No' i.Uoor lo C. A. l'rob.-MMliS Drv Coods Storu.
AS WALL PAPER AND PAINT CO.
San Alrgoln, lur 11
of J,C5n. .T
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Ut POi7 Aly'Y II
-A Hliininont i.
!IRST NATIONAL BANK
-Toys Dolls Stis -jjN
an Ancflu. Tc.is
aiiTAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S350.000.
I'.K.bi.r. 4tiil'n I
; . WEBB, President. VM. S. KELLY, V-Preshlent.
Boforo you buy you'res - m..,., , , .
nory call ut the Frei.har C. H. POWELL, Cashier.
Stoio. We nru tilso l'm . .
MIB9 ir of hajr. glasses ot Accounts Solicited.
I Lottery. ,
training Will uts
Tho "varmints" aro doing great
damago to ohickons in Augolo
Hoihtfl. A big oposBitm was
found tho othor night carrying otT
an old lion btggur than tho
W. M. Irick and 0 M. Schooloy
ot Sun Angolo, who havo boon
camping out for their houlth on
DoviI'h rivor for tho past two
inontliH, ,aro in town for supplies,
and aro moving their camp ovor
on tho I'ocob. Ootia Kicker.
Rov. V. T. Ronfro was a paBB
itm visitor horo Thursday night
and Friday, boing on Imb wuy to
Aiifltin to comploto hia dogroos in
tho higlu'Bt work of Masonry,
that of tho Shrinors ordor. His
many frioudB woro ploasod to sou
him, if only for a short ttmo.
Millions of bottles of I'nlev't itimnrnnil Tur
luivti lii'cr. noli I without iinv purioii liuvlni;
experienced liny other tlnin benfllel tl results
from Its 11-.U for coughs, eohls unci hum'
troubles Tills Is lieomiso tlio genuine t'oley's
Ilonev unit Tar In tliu vello liieknite eon
tiilns no oputrs or otlier Imrmfu! ilnik's .(limril
vour lieultli by rtifuslrnf tiny but tlio Kcnulne
Ccutntl DrilK Store Duo
Notice to Tax Pavers.
PIpusu don't forget that Janu
ary JU, 1007, is tho last day of
grace for paying statu and county
taxes. J. S. MoConnku.,
Sheriff and Tax Collector,
Tom Groon County.
-T. V. Taylor the Furniture
man is buck at li is old stand ready
for business. 2t
s Proprietor, j
AT HALF PRICE 1
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Paner and Paint C.n'
We Also Do
Inturtcr DivurutUir. anil I'iih" ll.iny
ing. i'lctiu'oFrmniiit; ,i siu-uinlt.t .mil
liditl.v iloiii-. Wi ill lako iiliinuic
In u! iiiur,viMiiMii' pi'lffs. 'i-also irhu
ym ivilui'ii' n iii's mi .Noiiis pii'inn's
ul! .nul j.'i mi im'il'i s lii'imv tin v m',
U U',l 1 t.H l At Li
Makes Three Purchases of Cottle.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II, Burns, of
Dallas, returned to thoir home
1 ndny afternoon after a weok'B
Btuy in Sun Angolo. Whilo horo
Mr. Mttriis boimht for himsoli
throe lots of cattle, aggregating a
total consideration of $1,7120. He
bought from V. E. Trainmell ii
cars of npoyed hoifera at $10.50
around, These heifers mako un
usually fine beoves. From Jim
Gragg,Mr. Burne bought 5 cars of
fut cows at $18 around, und from
W. E. TippcttU cars of fat cows
at SK5 2o Port of those cattlo
were shipped to Dallas and Bomo
to Fort Worth Friday.
Ulg Concern After Steers,
A. T. Albright, ropresontiug tho
ranch interests of the Texas and
Pacific Cool company, of Thurbor,
Texas, urrived in Sun Angolo last
Thursday aftornoon. Mr. Al
bright is buying steers for his ox
tensivo concorn, one of thowcalth
ioBt companies in tho stato. Ho
remained in San Angolo until Sat
urday. Ho failed to find any
steers, present del ivory, and loft
Saturday morning for Thurbor.
$50,000 Cotton Transfer.
L. L. Shield this weok dis
posed of 1,000 bales of cotton to
Mr. Ingram for Campbell &
Cleaver, of Dallas. Part of tho
cotton was shipped direct to
Liverpool, England. Tho draft
in p'lymont for sumo wub fur over
$50,000and oxchango amountod to
about $125. Santu Anna News.
Halbert & Robs, of Sutton
county, sold to Dr. 0. D. Smith,
of Sonora, 170 hood of coming
2-ypur-old hoifors, at $9.00 per
1. N Brooks bought from B. M.
Ilalbart, live registered Billies, at
$20 per bond ; hIbo Ji00 Bhorn Nan
nies, at $U 50 per hoad.
Mulono Chessor was up from
tho ranch the latter part of last
weok. He has pasturage for 500
head of cattle, plenty of grass
and water. Sonora Sun.
C-l. B. Murruh sold to Leo
Knight tfiid weok 155 bond of
yearlings and two-yeur-old heifers
at p. t. Eldorudo Success.
Stock shipments from San An
golo I'riday wero as follows: Lr.
V. Shield to Fort Worth, ID cars
of beef cuttle; J. I. Huffman to
Cameron, 1 car of bulls; King
Bros, to Fort Worth, 4 cars of
G. F. Lanier shipped 1 car ot
Btock horses to Marquez, Texas,
Notice to Our Customers.
We lire ple.tseil to unnour. i that Foley's
IIoiimv ami Tar for coughs, iuhN ami Iuiik
troubles is not nlTeetcil by the National I'ure
Kooil ami Druk law as It uontalns no opiates
or other harmful ilnik's anil wo rceommeml It
as a safe remeily for chllilruii anil adults. Cen
tral Driijf Store lieu
New Trainmaster Merc.
Mnynnrd Robinson, of Temple
trainmaster of tho Tomplo Sun
Angolo lino of the Santa Fo, uc
companied by his family, was in
Sun Angolo Friday evening and
Saturday morning. Mr. Robin
son was here simply on routine
work of the lino, inspecting tlio
local shops, etc., and returned to
TVmpIc Saturday morning..
Ill inn f.ix.illw 1'iull Swup I In urn l.ixu
Ue stliiiiil.itus but itues mil Irilt.iie It Is
he in si I mullw i.ii.ir.iuteiil in wiuriiinnev
i.h I. Cviuitil luiiii ninri' Deo
liveryhotly Works hut Father.
Everybody works about iho
house IjiutJ'uthi'i', when it cojnqs
to the furniture, carpots and win
dow shades. J want the people of
tins city to know that I havo
npoimd a lli'ht-floss n-pair shop,
whei't' 1 do upholst'Ting und re-tlui-luijg
of all kinds of tiirni
tuiv to look like now. Carpets
rtimviitfld and tola id. I simply
nii-ni mil a few of these tilings to
let 'u know f am here. Prompt
hobs iinii iifuliiobd is mv niutto.
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u i aim i wunii you w givH mo a trial
gOn sour iiatiiig, packing uiul
W l-l. I))lllt. I till 1 1(1 Iinv (Mllolll'S.
wiiiiliirt- Boats, boiik sholvi's, and.
in fiiet, do Hvorything uboiit thui
Imuse to relieve tho miulain. Lo
I'liti-d two dooi east of I'm-chal's
.Muno't. rnuiie in.
B. P Roiiniii's
Orient ruvs l-ruiu Chlhualuia,
By the mid of tins month, sa.s
tho Mexican Horuld, Arthur E.
Stilwoll, president of the Kaii6as
City, Mexico it Orient, will play
the host to anothor truinload
of capitalists but this timo his
guests will bo from tho othor side
of tho ocoan. His train will
arrive horo ovor tho Moxioun Con-
tral during tho last wook of
November and on December 4,
will leave for the United Stotes
ovor tho National,
Kor some months Mr. Stilwoll
1ms been in Europe where he is
said to have bad considerable suc
cess in interesting men ith
money in his plan for the develop
ment of Mexico's northwest. For
two years lie has been bringing
trainlouds of American capital
ists to Mexico. In uch caso
there has not been overlooked a
detail that might contribttto to
tlio pleasure of his guests and of
course, never has the president of
the Orient neglected to show
them that portion of tho road
already built and to show thpjn
the advantages of such a route.
His method has not been bad as
an advertisement nor bus it
proved u bad meuns of placing
stock. But those mon whom ho
will bring to Mexico this winter
will not be brought haro so much
to induce them to become stock
holders in tho railroad as to in
duce them to invest money in
land, mines and industries along
tho route of tho Orient. Accord
ing to reports givon out bv tho
olHciuls of tho road the time has
now come whon thero is more
necesssity for looking after the
development of tho country and
thoroby providing for local traf
fic than for disposing of stock.
It is reported thut most of Mr.
Stilwoll's guosts this year will bo
from England and that thoy ara
mon whoso names aro woll known
in tho financial world. Chihua
Went to Judge Poultry Show.
John Skaggs, it Plymouth Hock
chicken functor of this city, loft
Saturday for Tyler, whore he was
selected to bo a judge of tho fine
displuy of blooded fowls exhibit
ed thero during the poultry show
now on, being conducted by the
Fruit Bolt Poultry association.
Il.iby won't witter Ut minutes with croup If
you apply Dr. Thomas' Clectrlu Oil lit once. It
Nought Another Automobile.
E. E. Builey, tho laud man,
bought lust week from E. It.
AmeB, a twenty horso power, !
cylinder, Mitchell touring car at
private figures. Tho car origin
ally cost $1,500, and is a good
ono. It will curry fivo passen
gers, enabling the new owner to
tako a quartot of laud prospec
tors uround at a time.
IteKUlates thu bowels, promotes easy nat
ural movements, cures constipation Uoan's
Heculcts Aslt your ilruifKlst for them. i"
cents a box.
Juicy and Sweet.
Largo fancy Grapo Fruit, fancy
Florida Mandarins, Fresh Colo
rado Eating Pears, Malaga White
Grapes, California Grapes,
Florida Oranges, Fancy Messina
Lemons, Colorado Fancy Apples,
Funoy Bananus, Cocoanuts, Ital
ian Chestnuts, Fancy Nativ9
Pecans, English Walnuts, Brazils,
Filborts and Almonds, Imported
Figs, Basins, Dates, Citron,
Lemon and Orange Peel, Curve
tulizi'd Piuenpplo, Cherries and
Ginger; Ounther's Fine Candies,
at Tuylbr's, Two phones, 21 und
Denth of Juff Ureazcale.
Our town was indeed shocked
Tuesday morning whon the roport
reached here Iroin Bnrnet that
Jell Bi'oazeale was dead llo wub
n brother toourfeljow townsman,
Clint Bieazi'iilo, and visited our
town quite often. Ho had boon
sick with pnouinoiiiii tor some
time, which wab the cati-o ot his
death, lie was one of Burnet's
oldest (,itieu and was highly n
Hpcoted by all in that toAii Both
tho deceased and his vif." Imvi.
many relatives in Llano and -tho
whole town extends sympathy to
the bui'oaved relatives The re
mains were laid to rest in th
Burnet cemetery Tuesday after
noon Llano .uwri .
Mr Broiizeale was tho father of
Mrs. F E Olivo and Jell' Urea-
y.eiilo of San Angelo. They left
last week for Burnet, to attend the
"Groat ocutt ! What ails your
"Alls it? Nothing. It's in its
normal cunnitii u. tii.t a latli-
in tulvnuci. of t
i" othor spflliug
s all .' Cli.cago
-B. F. Cham' rluin Im drugs.
j;or inxauis nuu uiiuarcu.
Tlio Kind You Have Always Bough!
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za&tfr4ZcKi j : :
Bring your hides to Neoloy Bros.
TSOT "Naii c otxc .
Apcriccl Hcmedy forConsUpa
Hon, Sour Sfonvu:h,Diarrriocn
U'orins .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss ntul Loss OF SLEEP.
FacSimilo Signature or
EXACT CWY Or WRAPPER
Biggest Liar of All.
A number of drummers were
waiting for a train at the station
and us usual, got to spinning
yarns fish stories, hunting sto
ries und other kinds, when one
spoko up who hud lierotofcre been
a listener, and asserted that ho
could tell a bigger lie than any
mun in me crowa mc to c or
coma tell. Ho was civen the f bor.
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and his Btory wus short but ulliwuv8 llee(1 working on, and sev
yielded the palm to him. He said:
"Tho Snnta Fo west bound was
on timo tho other day all along
the lino." Ballinger Ledger.
Tho "Chicken Limited," as she
is known in Sun Angelo, alias tho
"Old Sister" at Brownwood, ar
rived in Sun Angelo on time about
twico during November. Wo are
not joking eithor it's a positive
fuct, howovor oxtraordinary the
ussertion muy aeem Federal
court could not bo held here on
tho day sot last woek on account
of tho "Chicken Limited" being
five or six hours lute; a number
of wealthy Btockmen from North
Texas, who started ull the way to
Sun Angolo to attend tho Bis
marck Farm sale of registered
Herefords, intending to make sev
eral purchases, arrived in this
city two or three hours after the
sale had beon concluded. Tho
service Wosr, Texas is getting is
indeed suporb (?) to hear drum
mers toll it as thoy get oil' a train
five hours late.
Danger In Asking Advice.
When you haro a oimiili or cold ilo no' ash
soiiip one what IskodiI for It. as there Isilan
vet in taking home unknown prctmr.itlun
Foley s Honey anil T.u cures eouubs, eolils,
an piovuntspiiuuuionla l'hu uenulno isln u
yellow pickatfo. ltrfuse substitutes. Centiiii
I run,' Store. Dec
H. A. Shaw, of Santa Anna,
was u business visitor in San
Angelo Thursday and Friday.
When you want fresh grocorici,
grain and liuy, a new uiul cum
)leto sitock. Como und sec us.
Flrit door north of W.A I'huI'm
stable on North Chiulli'iurm St
A. E. BELL
;a isb assMOBScaasa BsEmtaiKBxa cm
8 Legal Tender
g Saloon e
H Clinico W 1 1 u"s ii I if 1 l.iriiinrs fc
h Bottled Beer, Fresh Keg
g Beer, and a fine line of g
, i ClBHr8 ulwuyH iiali(, Wo
S iiav .1 nice n,.w Pool Tai.io
S in connection. A portoii
M of vour untrontiuo solicited
Crenshaw & White
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THt o(ntuh mourt.Ni. ncw yorh errr.
Und Roads Hinder business.
The heavy und prolonged rains
of lust week put every road lead
ing from Sun Angolo in an im
pussiblo condition. A number of
freighters endeavoring to mako
their customary trips got out us
far us two miles and then stuck
in the mud with thoir heavily
I I...1 s. ...
,uuu,'u wugons. iinny oi tno nigti
oral instances have been nir.pd
where repairing must bo done.
"I've been trying two days to
gwt Bomo com to my ranch," said
J. D. Sugg Fr'day, -'to feed a lot
of hogs I have penned. If it
doesn't dry up pretty soon, I'll
havo to turn 'em all looso on the
John Findlater, Jr., says he has
over 00.000 pounds of freight for
ranches and surrounding towiiB
that he has been unable to get
hauled. The Mexican freighters
of the city are ufruid to tackle
tho lfeavy roads.
Public Speaker Interrupted.
I'libllo spenkers me frequently Interrupea
by people eoushlmr. This would not happen
If toleyn Honey iinrt Tar wero taken, as It
cures coualis and eolils rtnU prevents pneumo
nia anil coiiMimptlon Tho ifrnulne contains
no opiates anil h In n yellow paokane. Gen
tral Uruir Store. Dec
On improved city Real Estate,
Sec, Penrose N, Ions, tf
U. G. Taylor
tj- Dealer In- :
Renl Estate ani Fire Insurance.
All classes of property In tho city or
country for hale. Angolo Heights lots
uspuoiali.t. Itoprcsonts the Queon.In
itirancu o. of America, Koyal of
Liverpool and German-American of
New York three of the (.trongpst com
panies ilnin' business In tho United
Olllce second Hour l G. Taylor
Build ny I hadbournt streot,
Go 3d Cheer
I In i !v
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s'HIll yilllll lllll
liljlllll's, till' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1111(1 gl'illlo t if
uliieh Uahvayb lull voucheil fur
in the way of wlnos, wlilsklos, brand
ins, hliorlo.s, or anything clso that I
supply Is tfyarailtoe'l to bo llbsolutoly
puro. Vuu aro ncvor ovor-t-hJirgci',
but pi'ico I, alivnys right. Lwat-oyoiir
order h ro fur t'lu'latmni.
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