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?TI 'r,"w W-F ' fwcrwpw,r"1: JBTW ippip mi,J4!'l.HJ rV '., SUBSCRIPTION, SJ.50 PER YEAR. Stock. Growers and BreedersJournol, CN1CKC0 IN THt IAN AHQ1L0 POtl OFflCC AS SKCOND. CLASS MAlk MATTCR. --i- VOL.5. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1901, NO. 39 T Wyv' -- t f r. LTTJat..Kfmjg t ibw ! vi11 JPHIHBHHia?vTPyio,u f M ora EVERYBODY WONDERS What we are going to do with this Enormous Stock of Dry Goods. If you will only visit our house, no explanation will be necessary, Seeing will be convincing. THIS STORE sold more dry goods since last Monday morning than during any five days of its history. They come in car loads and go out by the wagon load. Every wagon train from San Angelo takes dry goods from Probandt's. It is impossible for us to detail prices and names of dry goods in the short time we have to write advertisements, Our goods advertise themselves. People tell us we are carrying the largest stock in the city. They must know, we are so busy we can't tell what our neighbors have, If you come to see us, we will supply your wants as we are daily doing for your friends. If you don't see what you want, ask for it, we have it. Good Goods at unmatchable price. Ladies' Jailor made suits made to order and measure ho extra charge. C. A. PR0BA "HP The Leader of Style and Fashiou. ' ROPING AND RACING. San AiikcIo Will Uojnllv ICiilermin Her Victor, October in-KI-17 A Kjtlrnilltl Program, Everybody is Invited to come and spend thrco happy days in San Angelo, and ovory effort will bo tnado to insure our visi tors ii glorious timo, ono to which each will look back upon as ono of tho most pleasant re collections of life. Tho features so far arranged for are as fol lows, and in themsolvcs, quite sufficient to tempt all to come and witness them: KlliST DAY OCTOIIEU 15. W. H. McMahau lust week sold Seuled B,Js to Bill Schneomanu seven year-1 Will be received by me up to 10 o'clock a. m. Oct. f)tl 1UU1 for ihe sale of tho following ling steers at U around John It. Strickland sold Jast week to Eioe Duutt 1 i lie..d of saddle horses at $25 around. 0. L. Broome nought this week for the meat market 20 head of fat cows Irom diflerent parties at $lb around. Sonora Bun. pop- The Fair sells it fur less. Plumbing at Hagelstein's. Standard mowers, Piudlater's. Car loud of Hancock Texas Disc plows. J. S. .Miles. It pays to buy at The Fair. Phone 2o0. Crockery ware, glassware, qooenswure and tinware, Roach S; Keoton The Grunt Lumber Co. meet all competition and all figures tlioy want your trade. privileges towit. J. Pool selling' on ropilig contest and racing. 2. Cold drinks, peanuts, corn and candy. ;J. Lunch stand. 1. Whiskey and liter. Tne right to reject any and all bid.s is reserved. A. D. West. Secretary. The Fair sells it for less. If you want cheap tire insur ance see Huffman & Clark. They work for a home company, located at San Antonio, the Home Protective Fire Insurance Co., and can give jou satisfac ory rates. Car Studebaker hacks and wagons just received at Hngel stein's. mmmmwkmmm&wm?km!k m pinr VIM JL CK SAMSON AND DO WITHOUT A HORSE POWER OR GASOLINE ENGINE. This is the proven Result of the big SAMSON WINDMILLS. ALL SIZES IN STOCK Another car coming as soon as facto ry can catch up with orders. John Findlater, Jr. SANTANGE.L0, TEXAS, Well Supplies, Wagonsand Hardware TH65B6 oi Everutninotoniu. I wmmm$kmmmmmmkiimw Concho County Land Sales. September 14th was a big day at Paint Rock, for about 95 sections of H. & T C, T. N. O. aud G. H. jv R A. Ry. Po's. lands ' wbrii lp'u jWrJ Atb market. Following is the name of each purchaser, number of acres purchased and price paid: W. C. Parks. 2240 acres at 2 and 3 per acre. Callan fc Co.. 040 ucrefc at $.' and i.2b. J F. Taylor, 010 acres at $a. 50. J. F. Feats, G10 acres at $2.50. T. K. Wilbon. 1920 acres at $2 50 and 3. James Hughes, 040 acres at $2.25. J. B. Currie, 040 acres at $2 Bon Polk, 1280 acres at 2 50 and $a 50. J E Henderson, 5120 acres, from 2 to $3.50 per acre. Thos McCall, 2240 acres at 2 to $3. It Trail, 3200 acres at $2.20 3. T J McGill, 040 acres at $3. Sam Waring, 0500 acres $2.50 to $3 50. MichaeTIIughes. 1920 acres at $2 to $3. H C Bunger, 320 acres at $2.75. Bryson & Hartgrove, 8040 acres for $23,382. H J Blackburn. 320 acres at $2 50. J O Wedin, 040 acres at $2.75. R W iMorris, 1280 at $2 and $3. A L Stroud, 040 acres at $3. Bryan Swain, 040 acres at $2.50. Fuller t Hargis, 040 acres at $4 J H Huoy, 040 acres at $4. Ed Miller, 040 acres at $3. Three of those tracts were ap plied for by different parties. John Norman and James Hughes have purchased 040 acres each ut $3.50 and $2.25 respectively. Roping. First prizo, $100; second prize, $50; third prize, $25. Racing. 1 For one year olds, 300 yards, purse $00, entrance fee ndded. Weight, 100 pounds. 2. Free for all. quarter milo dash. Purse. $85, entrance fee added. Weight for age SKt'ONIV DAY OCTOIIEU 10. Kucing--1. For two year olds, one-half mile dash. Purse, $85. entrance fee added. Weight for nge. 2. Fioe for all, three eights mile dash. Purse, $85, entrance foe r.dded. Weight for age. 3 Walk half, trot half, run half. Purse $25. entrance foe aduu). 4- For Tom Green county horses only; pace or trot, 'mile heats, beat two in throe Purse $85. ontrance fee added TIIIKU DAY OCTOIIEU 17 Hoping. First prize, $100, second prize $50; third prize $25. Racing 1 For beaten horses, ono xourth mile dash. Purse $75, eEmce foe added. Weight for age 2 -Free for all, one halt mile dash. Purse $95, entrance foe acit'od. Weight forage. i ..; -. in i ii rAMlX-VS.4..AT K 2.r. n.nd 15 per cent, for first, second and third, respectively. Racing committee. J. N.How- itt, W. G. Bartlett and S. W. Merchant. The first nameu will receive entries. Roping committee. J. W. Lawhon, Lee Wilson and Tom Grimes, the first named of whom will receive entries. Executive committee W. S. Talbot, chairman; A. I) West, secretory. to ut It pays to buy at The Fair. Phone 250. Car load of tho celebrated Wilson heaters at Hafitelstein's. Boy's over coats, age 9 to 18, latest styles. March Bros. For nice nappies, owsrs and basins J. R. Gilbert & Co. Go to J. H. Smith & Co for fresh bread, cakes, pies, etc. Always fresh, novor stale. J S Miles has just received a car loud of heating, stoves of ull kinds. Those stoves ho can sell you from $2.50 up. The Fair soils It for less Sid Darling, 1012 Howard st. Port Huron, Mich., writes: "I have tried many pills and laxa tive but JJoWitfs Little iUirly Risers are far the best pills I nave ever used." They never gripe. J. w. Harris nros. Fruit jars at Findlater's. Your house can bo raised or moved without any damage to tho building by Milton Carr, the house mover. Call phone 140, San Angelo. Pecos County Pickinqs, John Teel roturned Monday from tho eastern part of the state where he wont some months ago with Barnie Riggs with horses. The horses they failed to sell were brought back to this country. Barnie did not return with John but wont to tho Territory. J. B. Harrington and son, Leo. from Sweotwator, brought a bunch of horses from Nolan county to P. C. Franklin's pas turo near Adams and came on up to town Wednesday to 3pond a week or so. Mr. Harrington is tho father-in-law of Jim Bur ley of the firm of Richardson & Burloy. Bon Palmer and Honry Hoflln were in Stockton Monday night on their way to Marathon wind ing up a trip to Mexico whore thoy have boon buying Polo po nies, They bought several from Livingston Bros, and others east of town. Judge P. W. Young reported that no struck oil last Saturday in the well being pulldown on his ranch north of toVn. Ow ing to tho fact that the dVin WftS lodged lute Saturday it. & jmra to tell what tho stHifo ,ni amount to, but tho Judgc'is very, much enthused and we7slncore- ly hopo h'q enthusiasm is well founded. W. C (JrnaliV uml V.aUn ftltmtt returned Sunday from theCros- uy jjiu.i. iimcij wuure mey wont last wool: to brand. Mr. Crosby informed us that he and John Crosby sold their interests in the .ranch to their brother, Richard, who will shortly build and move to the ranch. John and his family will in tho near future move back to Blanco county, their former home. Mr. Simon Kinsella, of El Paso, who is interested with Senator Turnoy and others in prospect ing lor on in mis county, ar rived Tuesday ovoning on tho stage from Monahans to Rnnml a day or two hore. Mr. Kinsella says thoir boring machinorv is now on the wav from Californln and that his company will begin operuuons in a sliort time. While here ho contracted with J. II . Crawford for fuel to run their machine. Big stock Trunks, Valises, Suit cases. Telescopes, etc. March Bros. A nice line of white granite ware at J R (Jilbert & Co Polo Ponies Wanted. Wo will be in Angelo on Oct. 10, 11 and 12 to buy polo ponies. Wo want ionies from 0 to 10 years old. 14 hands 1 inch to 14 2 inches high. Thoy must be fnstund well broken lo stop and turn. Wo will pay a good price for ponies that suit. Savaob & Conoveu. Geo. B. Hendricks shipped threo cars of fat beeves yester day from his Miles ranch to tho Chicago market. Runnols coun ty has fat cattle on tho range yet, and Mr. Hendricks has plenty of grass to carry his cat tle through tho wintor without feed, in fact, ho has ono of tho finest ranches in tho West. Miles Messenger. Many physicians uro now pro scribing Kodol Dyspopsia Cure regularly having found that It is tho best prescription thoy cuti writo becauso it is tho one pre paration which contains tho elements necessary to digest not only somo kinds of food but all kind and it thoreforn cnrj- indi gestion and dyspepsia no matter what its cause J. W Harris &. Bros MILLINERY OPENING. YOU arc cordially invited to attend our Fall and Winter Opening, Tuesday and Wednesday, October, 1st and 2nd, and inspect our bcauti' fui line of PATTERN HATS, TRIMMINGS, ETC, X, Very Respectfully, X X X J. K El- T, u Car Seed Eye and Winter Wheat "X "& JUST RECEIVED. 4- TAYLOR & JOHNSON j a $ Headquarters for Grain, fc Anrl All Jfi'nrlc f Pnri Zt.tff -x- tme Nnme op the- Chicago Live Stock Commission Co. Unit Den Chnnged to Tlit- National & Commission Co. Capital Stock increased from S 100,000 to $300,000. This is Simply a Change o! name and not oi Management VV solicit your hi)incnts and hnvH unlimited money to lend on I'lUtk. etnember tho now mime when "lilplng to oltJiur Chicago, St. Lonlt) or KnnnuB City. O. A, BROOA1E, Agent, SAN ANGELO.TEX JACKSON A NEELY BROTHERS, WOOL, "OH tamamaagF Grain and All 1 tmtm i r.fii ."riirrc n ummiirji, tvrmi - -- wmiio h I San Angelo, Texas. ' HHHH1Mmni '""Ibourno Mmut. I I j--- I " j ftml TwoIiIk Ave. I I rFoPME?,IuT, tiTXiLT Vpltlontu I I ,L l'wr llnu to soil or uMi "uuy t im , L ,',niak''' If yoiAavo uny- I M Mtllcltcd nml pmnit nttuntton Blron. luy " wl" l'?yoiiio oonault iw, rnqulrlos I REFERENCES Concho National .lank. ) a. .i. isiiHf'i- i c;o , r i I - r -.. .,! -.in, . ' JIU- !,, A wummmmammmmmmiwm imnTi i.l.r-A ' 1 J j 4.