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TUB SAN ANGELO I'ltESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0 1000 '' .
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rmiwlh SpRcinl Display m
IwW? . sgZ Por This Wnnk M J
MRET'W?! Coffee 1
m fT 1 j jr
a 2 tjyassf
A nice ik-m limi)" i
Oust ..f a block, -J moms
house, oto. All t hit grounrini
chard planted. Impiovi nn-fn
for tlio pliico. 1 700 00
I 51 dLIU
B. "Ar'-eal Steel Ranges
Wo also have flomo very o the week beginning
Iort Concho addition that nm h. sS
other vacant property lliu hi tun
Solid block of J! lanje IntH fo
vqry attractive prices.
Wo nt nil timus carry a nice Ii
in K'iil E&titto and make u Hpicuilt
oiiHtouiorH, and to all them Hoinothii!
Every Furchascr of a
Quick Meal Steel Range
will be presented with a
Handsome Set of Ware
Free This Week Only.
qa,.i t .ofents
WM.x iC,V.IU 1 I.AUS, f
lacks, Moon Bros.' Bug-
;Vs Ranch Buggies, Rock
&& tho no gle Implements DeKalb
Hotel Forr,nd the est general line
Kor l.oaiti.U location ' ,n SanAngelo.
hoard chihmU ho excel Ii1!0:
lint iiimitli f0n tti.i ..."
Jlot and cold hntlm fro'c
North ililo pnrncle ((muml in pol (
Phono 228 d
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Tiny XXX v'" punnission t('oncol'tl011
golo, iB to
lioro. Yv I;.. Adai)j7) ft CUminotliouB
rn Ills rai
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TPCt VOIir JnHOIntmi.Uiu,u """ t,,u BJtu
riiTnT-?,1!, no addition to tho
low tlluUcr WbnrBtnljJty )m9 )00 (l01)ut.
f jj 1-4 TS of tlio
fl a tract
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jbo. Mossrs. T. P.
lis Johnson tend-
act of land
ell lion: -
',' in all to some.
J C, La.
r; in 11.
acros of land
Sun Aifirulo, ii
wood and ouu
juioy, big o
at Tlio Anu
JJ1C0 lot f
3000 R !
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Mull1 X Wf
thing ovor fourteon ucros. iMr
Boll gavo sovon and a fraction
acres, and Mr. JolniBon a like
Little inforniation can yot ho
obtained as to tlio exact size and
cost of the big school, as only'
preliminary arrangements linvo
boon made, and all matters have'
to go through tlio proper channels
in stato Catholic headquarters at!
San Antonio. "Tlio sshool will J
cost not loss than $U0,000," said'
Fathor Hoban, pastor of the'
Church of the Sacred Jloart,
Tuoaday, "and it will boa big!
boarding school. Tlio present,
school will bo maintained as a
parochiul uud,day school." The
collogo will bo either f vo or throe
stories and spaoio.is mid well ap-1
pointed. Tlio lociuf n is a lino
ono, on elevated gro itid overlook
ing San Angolo, andUhoro will bo
plenty of room for gardens and
More skilled teachers will bo
brought to San Angelo to assist
in the operation of tlio school and
a higher curriculum will possibly
bo installed. Tlio tliroo story
frame convont school now being
conducted on East Beauregard
avonuo will not be removed but
continued aa a day school co-operative
with tho big college iu
NorthoaBt San Angolo. Local
Catholics sincerely hope that the
new $110,000 collogo will be com
pleted during 1007.
Tho addition of this epleiidid
educational iustituto to tho other
liko advantages of San Angolo
will bo recoived with open arms.
Moro schools means more ad
van o e m o n t civilization, eu-
lightment, and this is indeed an
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a MA ys. nM i- it m iinrrhfi iwfflsarK?iBim TK ! FRF.P
Kr ,;' fiflhB Ty; tQMJil , This well known fig
" T ifffll sSft? H Kanuo Ih In dally
C-MJTS E Ml flcriv Ml llllll I urAr JI linn ntnntatm.nn S5Q
JMw 1 " ffllfcv0 -U II 1 1 ll throughout tho s
nM , l I' lrrrasnl k country than any gS
Jpaw I miUJIrnfcylltfUli J othor rango. Thoy
fir C I - -'n. Br "or, wo nro mnk- (feJ
MlBE I ) z' e&M --- J yS In special In-
mtH - -5 '-' 'JC i aA uuccinonts tho &
- ij(Ul y sy$ week hpglnng IJo-
JSPfra a,., " t&tm ccmbor 10, and wo S3 ,
ifflfiJg ,Tfnifn'"--i?-'? .-rViiSUfl Quick Moal Stool fiq
Wim I PfliKl-U--I!!lJ 2t(l JiilHI ' Uango ii nice sot 2
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JZPAmM' -ffiElS 32 M I LSr 83
1 For a Christmas Gift
m Would be an investment with nevor failing re- S
gj turns. Wo have some of tho best makes, ?
tried and true, to solct from :::::: H
CROWN . , .
SCHULZ . . .
STROHBER , .
GATED FARM PLACED
Wo guarantee pvhi' instrument for all timo to M
3 be exact ly uh wc represent it. Wo will not M
W buy a piaim tha wi ouiiiiofc sell under these
H( conditions Smid for our catalogs or better S
gg yet, coino nnd ste them. :: :: ::
Geo. Allen MUS1C DEALER-1
nle and Retail Grocer
other wolcomo addition to this
fast growiug city.
-Anything at greatly reduced
prices at Bubbs', tho joweler.
Mrs. G. M. Vauchan. of Halliu-
ger, viBitod Mrs. A. P. Holinun,
her sister, in San Angelo last
it for a little
parquhar Sells btables.
C. A. Farquhar sold Tuesday to
I. W. Witto, of Garrison, TexaB.
all rolling stock and the loa?o on
tho property of his livery stableB
on West Concho Avenue. The
figures are private. Mr. Witto is
au oxperieuced liveryman and
will continue tho business under
tho name of the Concho Stables.
Mr. Farquhar is out of tho livery
business for a while, but will re
tain his headquarters at tho sta
bio and conduct bis stage lino.
Sold Remainder of Coke Coun. Land
W. II. CollyuB Bold Tuesduy to
J. W. Maddox, of Plainv.f w, Hale
county, 1.-1S0 acres oi' land on
Dry Creek, northeast of here, at
au average prico per acre of 15.50.
Mr. Collyus has sold u great deal
of Coke county lund in the past
few duys, and this 1,-180 acres
makes about .$15,000 of his own
laud that he has disposed of at a
fair prico within two weeks.
Stock shipments from San An
gelo Monday were as follows:
George Richardson to Fort
Worth, 2 cars of beef cattle; King
BroB. toPt. Worth, 1 car; C. W.
B. Collyus to SuiTern, 111., 18 oafs
of fat calves ; George E. Baugh to
Ft. Worth, 1 car beeves; J. E.
Uendersou, to Ft. Worth, 2 cars
beef cattle; J. S. Dabney to Ft.
Worth, 2 cars of beeves.
-See Babbs' prices on jewelery,
for a few moro days only,
Government Aeent to Show Irriga
tion Results, Ucsldcs Dry Laud
Stevens Farm Chosen.
Government Agent D. R. Cald
woll, with headquarters ut Tem
ple, was in San Angelo Monday
on oneof his regulor tours of in
spection to the government dem
onstrutivo farms located over
West Texas. Besides visitum tho
throe dry laud demonstrative
.farms around San Angelo, Mr.
; Caldwell attended to something
else while in the Concho Country,
1 of extromo interest to farmers.
I After looking after tho condi
tions ot tho dry land farms, all
I of which woro being conducted
properly and progressing nicely,
Mr. Caldwell went to Knicker
bocker and visited the different
farms around that town. While
out there he closed an agreomont
with J. J. Stevons, who owhb ex
tensive farming interests in that
neighborhood, to operate under
Mr. Caldwell's direction, a five
ocro irrigated demonstrative farm.
Mr. Caldwell Btates that produc
tions in the cotton", grain and
vegotable varioty will bo made on
this small irrigated body that will
bo a great surpriso to tho farmers
and truck growora of West Texas.
Relativo to tho cotton that
would be planted 011 this tract,
Mr. Caldwell Baid to a PreBS re
porter: 'I'm going to use tho Mabano
Triumph cotton peed, adopted by
tho government, and this irri
gated ground ought to mako from
two to three bales to tho acre.
ThiB is a very early cotton, will
fit this olimate and frost will
noyer curtail tho crop."
Ab the'ro are sovoral irrigated
farms in the vicinity of San An.
gelo, Knickerbocker and Twin
Mountains, thero will bo a good
many progressive West Texas
farmers who will watch this dein-
mstratiou by Mr. Ca'oogAl witk
nterest. and to tlmir ??i,fn,
Mr. Caldwell has somothiug ovor
a hundred farms in hia territory
to look after, but ub ho is a pracS
tical farmor and has mado agri
culture and tho productions pe
culiarly adapted to this part of
tho stato a study, ho handles tho
ono hundred farms easily. Mr..
Caldwell is under tho Bub-invern.
niotit agricultural Btation at Luke
Charles, La., directed by Dr. S.
A. Knapp, aH eminent horticul
turist. Next Alonday, December loth, and
for One Week Only, a Great
The Ilagolstoin Hardware Co.,
ono of tho leading hardware Btores
in tho city, with a splondid pro
gressive spirit, will present a
demonstration of what a Quick
Meal cook stovo can do, all noxt
week. Everybody, big, little, old
or young are cordially invited to
tltteii(l nnd lirimr na inn in- of flw
neighbors as thoy can with thorn.
An expert cook with assistants
will be on hand from early mora
till lato at night to doiiionstrato
tho great economical advantage i
using a Quick Moal stove or range.
Mr. Henry HagelBtein, tho woll
liked young man, will bo on hand
to B00 that, vrm nrt n rnd lint Mn
'cuit and sure onougli buttor, with
uuuuu mm uiuuui. oeo nan page
ad. in this issuo of Tho Press.
lire Department Meets.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
t,no bbii Angelo tiro dopartment
wbb hold in tho insurance office of
P. N. Ioiib, Monday night. Rou
tine work and diBcuBsioiiB was all
that was traiiBactod. A Press re
porter "butted in" to the meet
ing, and was asked by the largo
gathoring to depart with a wholo
akin, whilo it was possible, tho
buBinesB of the session being a
profouud secret. Just what was
done is not known, as tho ser
geant at armB did his duty. Tho
dopartment paBBod reBolutions ab
tho proviouB mooting eliminating
stimulants from uso while on
duty, but perhaps thoy woren't on
duty Monday night.
-New lino of poBtal cards, uC
Ragsdalo'a gallery. Just the thing
lor. Holiday proBonta; 2 for 5o.
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