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7 - -f l Vt ""it rXF y $4 jPreM "j SUBSCRIPTION, 51.50 PER YEAR, Stock Growers and Brooders Journal ENTERED IN THE SAM ANOILO POST OFFICE At tKOOND.CLASSMAII.MA'TTE, VOL . 5 . SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1901, NO 40 raBmTTW r- " win in III 2fe Ungelo etfZ? T i gy .- ,.' CgfLfegj RyeandJfaterWheat " JUST RECEIVED. TAYLOR & Headquarters And All Kinds E WINDMILLS BEST GOODS FINDLATER. LOWEST PRICES. fr: 2 WELL SUPPLIES. iiiuiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiimiiiiiiaiaiiiiiaiimiiaiiiiiuuiiiiuaii Sugg Bros shipped iu on Tuesday 5 cars of horsos. Ladies' silk waists, the $0.50 hind, ul $-1 GO J no D Robertson, Jr. J. S. Miles has bought the Henry Deeriug mansion and will take possession by Nov. 15. If you want your stove polished and set up for the winter seo J S Miles. The incoming passenger train on Monday morning killed 47 sheep which had strayed on the track near the stock pen. Ladles' Tailor made suits, the $18 kind, at $12 05. .Ino D Robertson, Jr. S. T. Butler and Jim Williams left overland, the first of the week for New Mexico to look at the country and look out a locotion for a ranch. Jackson & Neoley Bros, sold this week for J. W. Skinner to J. T. Niel 1000 head of stock cat tie at p. t.tynces. Mr. Skinner's ranch was also leased for two years at $1500 per year. If you want your stove polished and set up for the winter see J S Miles. W. O. Barber shipped a car load of hay to Ballingor Wednes day, and has an order for an other car to bo shipped Satur day. In dry weather Ballinger appears not to be such a good farming country. That's the secret of a good country, it tells when its dry. Estimates and- lumber bills made out by Milton Carr. Call and see him it will be to your advantage. Messrs. Jim Coleman, Brown uud Dibrell, of Coleman, are in the city prospecting for grass and pasture. Tom Green has a far famed came as a grass region, and the number of peo ple coming hero for grass would indicate that the fields were unlimited, and ever groenj I HflBER THE SEARCH-LIGHT. j ' ' " 'X Thk k Whftt Wp Want Van tn da uiiih Onr Prirps fnninarpri iiiifh U tltUa Ramu.. W ..Y " "X" JOHNSON J. for Grain, V of Feed Stuff, I WAGONS 3 HARDWARE. J.J. Mlntcr Dead. While on his way to see his son and to take up his abode during the remaining years of his lile, Mr J JJMlntor. an old citizen of San Angolo and who was known by a large number of people here, died near Denison on the train, on tho 2Uth of September last. Mr Minter was a very old man, In his 77th year, and on his birth day in tho early part of tho year was heard to remark that he never ex pected to see his next birth day, and so he did not. But during the summer his general health improved very much and tho old gentleman sold his little homo, and with tho proceeds undertook to reach tho home of a son in Missouri to spend his remaining days, but death for bade it and he passed away, as related above. Ho was an eccentric genius, poetical turn ed in mind and was the means of many jokes by those who knew him. But he is gone and peace bo to his ashes I am selling goods cheaper than I havo ovor done before. Jno D Robertson, Jr. Dr. March was out on his ranch this week and says that while grass is short in many places he thinks he will havo grass enough to carry his stock over tho winter, out ho says many others who havo over stocked thoir pastures are going to feel it if the winter should prove a hard one. If you want cheap fire insur ance seo Huffman & Clark. They work for a home company, located at San Antonio, the Homo Protective Fire Insurance Co., and can give you satisfae ory rates. Wm II. Allen sold to P. A. Williams 14 lots in the Frary addition. Consideration $100. Mr. Williams intends to build him a house at once. " "" --. A Homo Weddtnir. On Wednesday at 51 p. m. at tho residence of tho brido's par cnts, Col and Mrs. Andrew J. Baker, Miss Pearl, their eldest daughter, was united in mar riage lo Mr. G. S. Long, ofRos well, Now Mexico. It was strict ly a homo affair and only the immediate members of tho fam ily wore present when the cere mony was porformod by tho Kov. E. B. Withorspoon of tho First Presbyterian church. Mr. Long is a Georgian who has been living in tho west for several years, and a well known heepman. Tlfo many friends of Col. aud Mrs. Baker, who are scattered over the Stale and through Hie South, will of course be inter ested in hearing of their daugh ter's happy marriage, as tho Col. has a more than ordinary long list of friends on his string. Mr. and Mrs. Long wsll trav olandspond tho honeymoon in Boston and in future probably mako their home in El Paso Of course Mi is Pearl will bo missed in San Angolo society, but will bo a groat accession to El Paso in social matters. l had long suffered from in digestion," writes G A. LoDois, Cedar City. Mo. "Like others I tried many preparations but never found anything that did me good until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle cured me. A friend who had suffered similarly I put on tho use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast and will soon bo able to work. Before he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indiges tion had made him a total wreck. J. W. Hanis & Bros. - Several Large Land Sales Mr. Chas. A. Dailey, tho land agent, has been up to his eyes in business tho last week or two and has sold 40,1120 acres of land for a sum footing up to $50,400. Tho 'following are the sales: To J O. Smith, 48 in West Tom Green Consideration $34,400. sections county sections countv. To Jno. Roberts, 12 in west Tom ureen Consideration $9,000. To G. W. Shield, 1 section in West Tom Green county Con sidcration $1,000. To E. L.oMcMasters, 2 sec tlons. Cousidoration $1,000 To W. Pollen, 8 sections. Con sideration $2 400. Also the following sales for .1. H. noughton to F. E. Allen west of lots 12 and 19 In Block 8, bun Angelo. Consideration 2.000. ForT. C. Wynne to Mr. and Mrs. Boss lots 15 and 10, Block 15 Ellis addition to San Ange lo for $150. Sealed Bids Will bo received by mo up to 10 o'clock a. m. (Jot. 5th, 1U01 for tho sale of tho following privileges towit: 1. .Pool soiling ou toping contest and racing. 2. Cold drinks, peanuts, pop corn and candy. 8. Lunch stand. 4. Whiskey and Beer. The right to r.ejoct any and ail bids is reserved. A. D. West, Secretary. Ladies, don't fail to see our dross goods before you select that fall suit. Jno D Kobortson. Ja. -wmi . - THE Hn ncock Txos Disc Flows. J. S. Miles has just rocoived u car load of Hancock Texas Disc plow, both single and doublo disc. This plow is manufactur ed in Toxas, and last year 00 per cent of tho disc plows sold in Toxas were tho Hancock mako. They aro noled for their light draft and for doing work when other discs fail. If you aro in tho markot for a disc plow Mr. Mios will sell you ono of these plows, and if you do not say yourself it is tho host plow you over saw, and it does not do what ho says it will do you havo a right to return it, or in othor words ho will put it in your fields and try it and if you don't like it he will pay you for re turning it to his place of business. Dunriiiir Mansion Sold This week Mr. J S. Miles pur chased from Mr. Honry Dear Ing that tine $14,000 mansion erected by Mr. Doaring about two years ago. gain building, best dwelling in This is an elo by odds the the city Mr. Miles is to be congratulated on tho purclmso of this tine dwol ling and we can say that out side of ourself we would just as soon seo Mr. Miles and his elo gant wife in possession of and residing in this nice house as any ono wo know of. Polo Ponies Wonted. We will bo in Angelo on Oct. 10, 11 and 12 to buy polo ponies. Wo want ponies from 0 to 10 years old. 14 hands i inch to 14 2 inches high. They must be fast and well broken to stop and turn. Wo will pay a good prico for ponies that suit. Savage & Conoveh Fruit iars at Findlater'H. 'v Julius Anderson, of Cisco, was in the city this week, and fixed himself for locating in Tom Green by buying the Dab noy tancn down the river. Mr. Anderson will move on the ranch. When jou come to tho city to attend the roping contest, or at any othor time, bo suroand visit my establishment and look through my SADDLES AND HARNESS, lor I havo tho larg gest and most complete stocK in tho West. Since moving into my new place on Ohadbourno street, opposite C. & G. Hagel stom's hardware house, I have greatly enlarged my slock. My saddles are to be seen and USED to be appreciated. Will be pleas od nt all timos to show the public through my line of goods. Henry Hagelstein. m& jm - .- v...uu mui lir, WJIL! I GHUWi FAIR. THIS NAW1I2 OF Chicago Live Stock Commission Co, Ifnis Uoen Chnnecl tt Tile; National & Commission Co. Capitol Slock increased from 5100,000 to 5300,000. This is Simply a Change ol name and not of Management O. A. BROOME, Agent, SAN ANGELO.TEX JACKSON & NEELY BROTHERS, AOOI LIUESTOCKBNDRnNCH VVWVU, COMMISSION. REFERENCES C'om-ho N'n al Jiak A I IJultt 'o VMnre San Angelo, Texas. WE KNOW WEST TEXAS pursonully nnrt thoroughly atA nro In n portion to m-rvo tiiu luteri-Mis ot botlibuycn nml xclk-pi to bent twlvnnUgn. Ifyoulmva nny-tliitiK- Ui our Him to hull or wlih lo buy It will pity you to ooinuU iti Inquiries MOllulti'd una promt intention bItcu nHBnHBHBHBBBnHnHHBHBHH A TEXAS WONDER. Hell's brent Discovery. Ono small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladdor troubles, removes gravel, cures dlabcatos, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regu lates bladder troubles in chil dren. If not sold by your druggists, will be sent by mail on receipt of 91. One small hot tie is two months treatment, and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 020, St. Louis', Mo Send for tcstimo nials Sold by all druggists Kend This. Bellville, Toxas. Sept 12th. 'Phlo ?c t rinxtifir thnt T hnvn used Hall's Great Discovery for Kidney and Bladder trouble in my family and can truthfully say that it gave good satisfac tion. J. B. Lnwis, Tax Collector Austin County. The Lecture v Geo. Land rum, the Imperso nator, lectured Monday night, Sept. yo, as advortised, at the Methodist church, to quite an intorosting and intelligent au dience. Mr. Landrum is quite an intelligent lecturer and en tertained his hearors for an hour or more with a lecturo of mimicry and fun and realitios to tho satisfaction ot evorvone. This lecture is one of sovoral that will bo given by tho Ep worth League during tho season for the edification of those who appreciate this character of on tortalnrnents and It is hoped that their audiences will bo larger hereafter March Bros, will pay highest price for your cotton, pecans, hides, furs, etc. For cooking and heating stoves seo J S Miles. araj1! iSw' UB W I I IB"" 1' tJLJB THE" We Hollclt your shipments anil havo tin II in I ted money to lend on uattlo. Itcmcmbfr tho now namo whan htplng to oltlicr Chicago, St. LoiiIh or Kansas Oily. Grain nml All I'criI Stuffs Chndboiiriia street anil Twolili; Avo. The Side Issues of the RoDina AntlRncina Contest. Thoro have bucn advortis menls for bids on various privi ligos at tho big contest, Oct. 15, 10 and 17th, and it is whispered around that there aro going to be some protty rich sido shows, with no end of dances, somo of ' them aro to bo a trillo dizzy, also tho snako dancea by noted Mexican sonorH and Sonoritas. Iu fact, it is said that it i& pro posed to mako somo rare sport for tho boys who like to see tho world at a lively paco. Everybody seoms to be get ting ready with liquid refresh ments, and from ovory indica tion thoro is a big stock on hand. So come, on boyfi.and show your mottle and what you are mitdo of, and travel with tho boys. Gone to Rest it has plsasod our Heavenly Father to romovo fiom our midst Sov. Emma Pleasant D.tmeron to a world whoro tho circle is never broken Tho members of Manchester Grovo, no 184, Woodmen olrclo, San Angolo, Toxas, extend to tho family of tho deceased soverign heartfelt sympathies in thoir loss. A link in the golden chain of Iijvo and friendship has boon broken and tho clrclo is inoomptato. In memory of hor death, aii a mom bor of Wultham Grovo, No. 118, Woodmen circle of Sherwood, Toxas, those proceedings aro recorded and a copy sent to the bereavod family. Ida Lke Veiuieiit, Deputy Supreme Guardian. STRAYED From my residenco on Harris Avo. Oct. 1st, 1901, ono dark bay mare about 183 or 14 hands high, branded nB on left shoul der, had ropo on when sho loft. Any information loading to hor rocovory'will bo appreciated by H. T. HAnWEEL, At Turner's Racket Store or J. S. Miles San Angolo. P'PJE -. w -r3iw!T. v """i t ti "1 i A' J J I