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THE SAN ANGELO PRE39, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 10e.
The insido work and finishing
touches nre this week being put
on the two-story Hendoison and
Jlobortson building on the east
nido of Oliadboiiriie street, where
the old Catholic church stood.
Snyder & Myer, the contractors
who are to build the new Odd
Fellows hull on East Beauregard
avunuu, will begin the foundation
work ol Hie handsome, two-story
structure ns soi'm ub material can
be gotten upon the ground.
Matmi.Hr Ogle, of the San An
golo ? .niiiii! Mills, had about
complet-d ill shelving for the
Proband & Ruphuel new depart
ment storo on West Beauregard
avonuo, and artisuuH are putting
in tho San Angnlo made shelving
and other appointments for the
A. S. Gautt & Son have
changed tho awning in front of
their big store on Beaurogurd ave
nue from a frame affair to a slop
ing, rounded corriguted iron roofed
front, that is u great improve
ment. "That'a the way they do
it in Dallas ami Ft. Worth." said
Col. Gantt, so in keeping with the
firms'progrosBive spirit, that's tho
way it goes
The beautiful electro reproduc
tion of tho new San Auglu Santa
Fo depot, uppeuring in another
column of thit issue, was fur
nished Tho Press by Architect
Chas. II. Pago, of Austin, who
designed tho building. The pic
ture in The Press is a photo of a
finished architect's design, and is
a facsimile of the depot when
completed, even to tho arrange
ment of tho little park of trees
and tho pretty flower garden that
will be kept in order by a man
hired for the purpose. This is the
first reproduction of tho big
depot, now under construction,
that has been shown in San An
Kolo. "Foil Sale oh Tiiadk A hand
somo, blooded llamiltouian and
Norman mixed stallion, iron gray,
lOi hands high, woigliB 1,400
pounds. For information address
or phono owner, W. A. Cox, Miles,
Toxas . tf
Wanted: To trade sorghum
for town cows or calves Address
G. W. Waller, San Angelo, Eola
The Joys of
And wo have made special preparations for this time of
stock is up to the usual murk. We have on hand a collection
any price. The list below will give you an idea of tho good
Have Mndo Many Snn Angelo Resi
No wonder scorn of Sun AnKcIo cltlctn
Brow cnthuMnillc It N enough tn make any
one hnppy to Unci relief nfler jrciinof sufer
liu. IMltillo rtntctnenti lllio the following lire
tmt iMtthM representation' of the dully ork
done In H.ui Amtelo by Do.in'n Kldnev I'llli.
Mrs. J. W Hoberts of S.in Anirclo Texas,
: ' Kor three or four yenrs sintered a
uoihIiIciiI from whnt I thought wns rheutim
thin but since rending the sjmptimsof Uld
nav troube und from the relief 1 derived
through the mo of IMnn's Kidney I'l'ln 1 lie
Hkw It win kidney trouble The puln was
in Htly in tny lined nnd under my Mioulder
hlndes ut llmcH going clear to the ton of mv
hend ThukMnoT accretion were nliotery
Irrcguliir Seeing I'oiii" Knlnev Pills mlvcr
Used lit J W. llurrls drug more tin hu-bnnd
proo ircil k box nnd used some They did him
no much cood Hint I concluded m try them
n'.d the result wu f' hc.iotid ourexpectn
tlimsln both cases. In g vlntr our views In
ibis inunnsr wo hope to be th menus of nolo
Itii.' others who nre sufTeritg I" the hi 'no wiiy."
For sale by nil denlor. 1 'rice SO cents. I W
ler-Mllburn Co., lluflnlo. New York, cole
ugctit for the United Stutci.
Ucmerubcr the name Uoan s nnd take no
J. G Morgan, of Miles, paid a
business visit to the city Satur
day. Miss Robortson visited Mrs. W.
R. Hondrickson, of Miles, Satur
day and Sunday.
J. A. Kellor, of Hamilton, vis
ited Otis Lilloy and family in
San Angelo several days last week.
R. A. King and J. C Wall, of
Brady, wero in tho city Friday
and Saturday on a busineBB visit.
W Li Caldwell,, cashior of rho
First National bank of Sonora,
was a business visitor to San
The Spooner Dramat'c com
pany left Sunday afternoon for
Stophonville, where they arohold
iug the boardB this week.
Mrs. Shrewsbury and little
duughtcr, left Thursday afternoon
for Stephouville, in advance of
the Spooner Dramatic company
which is playing that town this
Miss Sadio Millspaugh returned
from a lengthy visit to Miss Mar
garet Russell, at Bonham, Sun
day afternoon, accompanied by
MisB Russell, who will spend sev
eral weeks visiting friends in San
-'T ''Ta v". Williams, a well-to-do
racket and notion storo pro
prietor of Lima, Ohio, was in San
Angelo several days last week
looking at tho cnuntrv. Mr. Wil
liams is very much interested in
the farming productions of West
Toxob und may decide to buy
property and locato horn.
Whiskies in Bulk
Bottled in Bond
Hill A: Hill
Imported White Wines
Imported White Soal
and G. II. M ilium's
Arc LigKt Corner Saloon
T. H. McCLOSKEY, Proprietor
DEAL MADE HERE
II. W. aillls & Co. lluy !5o Sections
and 4,000 Cnttlo in 01 1'aso
County For $75 000.
The live stock firm'- of H. W
Gillis it Co, of Sun Angelo,
bought a few days ago from IIn.ll
it Cannon, of Van Horn, Texas,
a lino 150 section ranch , and
about l,000cattle,uear Van Horn,
for a not total of S75.000 No
commission man had anything to
do with this big transaction, the
contracting parties consummat
ing the deal themselves.
Tho ranch comprises a flue body
of laud lying in tho southeastern
part of El Paso county, on tho
Texas it Pacific railway. Tho
4 000 hoad of cattle. rro good
averago rango stuff that brought
$14 50 around, or $58,000. Mr.
Gillis Bout a man to Van Horn
Sunday afternoon to recoivo tho
This important deal has been
closed for several days but wub
not given out till Saturday. Mr.
Gillis. who is otio of our best
known and influential stockmen,
will give much of his time to this
new ranch, and the improving of
tho stock. Tho live stock in the
transaction wero received at Van
Horn WoJnesdftv by n representa
tive of II. W. GilliBvv Co.
Impure blood runs you down makes u nil
eiisj ilctliu for organic. dleiiis. Ilurdoek
lllood Hitters purines I lie blood cure tli
cause builds you up '
llucnn Vista Items.
Editor of The Tress
Wo are having somouwfullybad
weather this week und some bad
winter weather lust week. It is
not very fuvoroble for tho far
mers and cotton pic.jrs, but w
take things us they come as near
as possible, but, of course, there
are 11 lew things that come that
wo don't got to take, because they
don't belong to us, and we are not
the kind to take anything that
don't belong to us (in daytime).
Oscar Butt is still very sick
with typhoid fever.
Citton picking would be over
in u few days if we could got some
protty weather. TIub morning it
is dark and rainy.
Cotton is above 10c and the
good cheer. Wo have built a reputation for handling the best Liquors that can bo bought in any market, and our
of Rare Old Whiskies that we bought for the Holiday season and we ami recommend them as the bett that can be purcliahod at
things that are hero for you.
.1 i "' "-" "; i I
prico of picking away up yonder,
but no one should ho" blamod for
enjoying tho good prices.
Messrs. Bates and Babb. from
the Pecos, camo in last week with i
11 bunch of nice saddle and stock
horses to sell.
reiix .unun nas neen Keeping a
bunch of good horses out hero in
Dr Lynn's pasturo
.1. F. Cain has started West on
a prospecting tour
Best wishoB tn tho Press and
rouders. Lazy Lawue.wk.
My business is to fix bikes. The
very best of work at reuBonablo
prices. Avoid all worry by send
ing your work to mo. I represent
the peoplo who manufacture tho
Hartford bicycle tires, the beston
earth. They are peculiarly
adapted to this clitNiito anil
"pizon" to grusB burrs
Onkes Street bridge.
A. 0. Benton, of Wall, was n
visitor in tho city Thursday and
Mrs. .1. E. DougluB loft Friday
afternoon for Houston on a visit
to two sick sisters.
J. W. Henderson and Chas. E.
Davidson, of Ozona, wero busi
ness visitors in San Angelo last
Frank Meadows and Grove Mid
dleton, tf Miles, were in San An
gelo Thursday and Friday visiting
lion. Wendell Sponco returned
to his homo in Dallas Saturday,
after visiting his brother, .Josoph
Sponco, and family.
Robert S. HorniBh loft Friday
for Brownville and San Antonic.
011 a business trip, expecting to
return to San Angelo this week.
John II ltyburn and J. U.
Thorpe wore in the city several
days last week from their big
ranch southwest of Knicker
bocker. Mrs. J. I). Croat h und Mrs. J.
0. Grundy, of Balliinror. after a
two weeks' viBit to Mr. and Mrs.1
T. W. Conerly, returned to their
Samuel A. Kendig, coloniza
tion agent of the Santa Fo, left
Fridav afternoon for his home in
Temple, after u brief business
trip to this end of the line.
Cdltor of The
N. S. JonoB left last Snturdnv
for his home in Ellis county after
few days visit to his old friend,
W B. Reeves.
K, ijoril(J nI1(! ,-amly) of
? mver county, nave recently
'moved to tho John Robertson
place near Wall, where they will
reside the coming year.
Ase Roberts went to RiiihihIh
county Thursday on a visit.
James Wall, Jr. bought lost
wei-k from W. II. Littlo, a one
half aero lot on Main street for
$75. Mr. Wall contemn 1 a t e s
building on his lot and moving
there by January 1.
Rov. J. T. Lassiter, of ChriBto
val, was on tho Flat last week.
Joe Long, who moved last week
to his now homo on the Flat,
roturned to Runnels county
aftor the remainder of his house
Henry Chufin, from Pearl, Tox.,
is on the Flat visiting.
Dr. F. E. Poole is visiting his
children urar Wall. Ho will move
to his now location at Truitt,
Little MisB Lizzie Hemphill has
been quite bick for several days
but is improving.
Mesdames J. E. Parks and
Florence Stryker wore in San An
golo lust Monday shopping.
School started last Monday with
a small attendance owing to tho
latoness of the cotton crop.
Edwin Deats, of Bed River
county, after spending a few days
with friends on the Flat, left hiBt
Richelieu and Club Hon bo
Conned Goods, Preserves, Jams
and Jellies, Imported German
Preserves, Leggott's Fancy Jams,
Richelieu Fancy Olives in bottles
and in bulk, Hoinz's Famous
Pickles, Sauces and Condiments,
Crosse and Blackw ell's Pickles,
Sauces, Vinegar and Marmalades,
Marosquin Cherries und all kinds
of imported delicacies in Btock at
Taylor's, Two phones, 21 and
Aloven Furniture Store.
Lynn Brothers, the new and sec
ond hand furniture dealers, have
moved their stock of goods from
Becond door south of tho Wells
Madeira Wine '
Virginia Daro .
Imported Scoto" Whiskey
Import-d Irish Whiskey
Ale and Porter
Vermouth, French nnd
MdHrleiu und other boors
To Any Part of City
Fargo express oflice
bowling alloy buil
door north of tl
church. Bofore you
your household good
them in their now
Goorgo B. P
Ft. Worth, S
to her lion
) Cotton by
Wm'Co. Dallas! I
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