The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 43, Ed. 1, Friday, October 25, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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SUBSCRIPTION 51.50 PER YEAR.
Stock. Growers and Breeders JournnI
INteREO IN iHtJIN AKOtLO POSTOPFICC
SKCONDCLBt MAIL MATTER.
SAN ANGELO TOM GKEEN COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY OCT. 25 1901.
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GRAND REMOVAL SALE.
inning Next Saturday October 26.
$10000.00 Stock; of Dry Goods all Cut to Pieces ard Must be Sold
BY JANUARY THE 1st. The stock consists of everything usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. Dress Goods of 2very
description Wool Dress Goods Flannels Flannelettes Outing Flannel Canton Flannel Ginghams Percales Suiting
Ducks Dress Silks Pure Taffeta guaranteed not to split black or colors; Poui de Soui black only: alsc Wash Silks for
shirt waists; Velvet and Velvetene Domestics Cotton Checks Sheeting Table Linen Table Oil Cloth. Window Shades
Lace Curtains Schrim Silkoline Creton SHOES Ladies' Shoes Dongolo French heel or Spring heel; Ladies' heavy
shoes felt shoes and over-shoes: Boys" and Girls school shoes Youths' shoes. Men's shoes all grades and over-
shoes and Ladies' Misses.' and Men's sandals; Baby shoes wraps capes colarettes Ladies' jackets Misses' jackets and
reefers Ladies' hack hats Misses' hats Ladies' kid gloves Men's gloves in buckskin and dogskin with or without
gauntlets all good grades; Men's hats Boys' hats Men's Youths' and Boys' suits and pants jumpers and overalls and
overshirts heavy fleeced underwaer wool undershirts and wool overshirts.
Come and reap a harvest while it lasts. All goods not sold by January 1st. wil! be shipped to Temple. Merchants
needing goods we will make St. Louis prices. Store fixture for sale shelving and counters show cases one Wilkers shoe
button machine best machine One fire-proof safe. Delivery January 1st.
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I THE FAIR. j THE FAIR. (
San Anaelo Boys at the San An
uitoii number of oui boyo
concluded to visit Sun Antonio
and set of back John Hewitt.
Fred Baker John English Dan
McCrohan and Oiias. McCrohan.
who hail from San Angelo and
Mr. J. II. Kent seems to a ear a
fairly contented look since his
leturn for Jack is considerably
ahead on his bets.
John Hewitt made 72 the best
time on the first day and Chas.
McCrohan made ihu grand stand
play of the fair. Immediately
upon being released McCrohan's
steer headed for the grandstand
with the cow puncher close upon
his heels. Tlie steer jumped the
fence landing on the race track
and as he did so McCrohan made
a splendid throw downing the
animal. He crawled under the
fence and tied all in 1:14 but
was disqualified for tho steer
On the second day his brother
Dan McCrohan had a lighting
animal to handle. In trying to
throw his animal man horso and
all went down. Then tho steer
went af tor the man. McCrohan
had to dodge the enraged brute.
The lattor was thrown on the
third attempt- Tiino was 2:05.
Prod Baker made the splendid
record of f2 seconds but his
steer got up and he
To domonst rate that
nothing certain about
of roping Clay McGoniglo of
Midland was dowuas tho cham-
pion and great things were ex-
pected of him. Ho had a wiry
bruto leading him. Tho steer
got up the first timeand McOoni
gle had to go after him once
more. Ho showed what a fine
worker lie was. McGoniglo held
English mr.do a
a rocuid of 215 seer nds. whic n I
inndr him a favorite with all I
II is time was 1 -0 j
The best time made on .lie j
second day was that of Kns-
Kennedy of Sabimil Tex. who I
secured a score of 40 seconds.)
Roped the Steer in 1 1 Seconds
At tho steer roping contest
held at Pueblo Coi. the lirst
thing on the evening urogram
J. M. Nuckols. of Kiilp 13. L.
Keith of Pueblo. Charles Dal-
ton of Irondale Henry England
of Loos together with L H
Milton the winner were entries
in the steer roping contest.
Milton threw his lariat ovor tho
horns of a big steer tangled the
animal's foro feet up in the rope
had him on his back tied and se-
cured in eleven seconds winning
first money and holds the
world's record. Considerable
difficulty was experienced by
the other cow punchers with
tho ropes furuished thorn a
number of which broke when tho
cowmen would otherwise have
secured the wild long horns.
A Nice Concert.
The San Angelo Music School
under the supervision of Prof.
Finger gave one of its rare on-
tortainments last night in one of
the best concerts ovor given by
his class. A splondid program
had beon arranged with good
selections eacli one seemed
specially fitted for tho piece
selected and tho rendition was
of such porfeotnets that tho
entire visiting guests wore
charmed with delight and
pleasure. Tho attondanco of
Tho Press was requested but
urgent business forbid it which
wo regret as tlieso concerts are
always good and exceptionally
When you come to the city to
attend the roping contest or at
any other time be sure and visit
my establishment and look
through my SADDLES AND
HARNESS for I have the larg-
gest and most complete stock in
the West Since moving into
my new place on Chadbourno
street opposite C. & G. Hagel-
stem's hardware house I have
greatly enlarged my stock. My
saddles are to be seen and USED
to be appreciated. Will be pleas
ed at all times to show the public
through my lino of goods.
Port I.uyucsi Irriiriitinn
Port Lavacu. Texas. October
lb. Mr. R. L. Clark who ow.is
several thousand avreu of land
on Union creek near hero has
made arrangements toconstruct
a dam and canal which will give
a considerable impetus to the
rice industry. The dam will be
extended across the creek be
tween two high bluffs and will
flood a natural basin above to a
depth of ten feet. From this
basin a canal four feet deep and
forty feet wide will be dug to-
ward Port Lavaca. He now has
llowing artesian wells and
should a dry season come on and
the rain water prove inbuflicient
ho will have the lake flooded
from these wells. Competent
engineers have been employed
and everything pertaining to tho
project has been carefully calcu
lated. Work upon tho enter-
prise will begin at an early date.
The water supply will be abun-
dant for seven thousand acres.
Sales .Marie by lluii'mnn & Clark
B. O. Rabb to Mr. Kimbell of
Haskel county 509 acres of land
on Lipn.ii Flat. Consideration
5.10 per aero. J II. Girvin to
J. I. Parks of Coryell county
one section of land about 9 miles
southeast of Angelo at $805 per
For Hancock Texas Disc plows
seo J. S. Miles
Don't fail to sec that premium
stove now on exhibition at J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones had
tho misfortune to lose a child on
Wednesday night and the cause
of death was from diphtheria
Their many friends sympathizo
with them deeply in their loss.
Before buying hand-mo-dowii
pants call and see my $8.50 line
made to your measure.
W. O. Cochran
Tho Clothier near postoflice.
It is reported that thoro are
about half a do.on well developed
cases of diptheria in town and it
does look as though tho mothers
of tho littlo ones would tako a
stand to prevent their children
from being liable as much as
JACKSON & NEELY BROTHERS
onvho National Jink.
A. F Ilak. r .V Co
VI2 J5 rOGICMND RftNGII
Grain and All
San Angelo Texas.
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unit Twohlt' Ave.
WE KNOW WEST TEXAS ieiM)iu!ly and UiuruiiKlily urul art-In a imIUdii to
scre tin-liiu-rustH or both uuyurK nmt sellers Hi li--t .wluntuHi' Ifjimliave un-
thlni.' in our lliiu to m-II or wish to liui t will iiiyjoiKto conmilt hi InmilrW-s
Mllclt''H and prima ultuntlon 1'lU'ii
THE NVil2 OF THE
Chicago Live Stock Commission Co.
llnM I3eon GlinilBu-rt to Tli
National & Commission Co
Capital Stock Increased from
5100000 to 5300000.
This is Simply a Change of
name and not of Management
Wu Holiolt jour nhipmorJrt ;ini
huvo unllmltud nioi;y to lend
lUsroemir. luW nnall0 when
."hismft to olthor Chicago Si.
r-iOutH or Kunriiui Oily
C A BROOME Agent
The jury in tho case ot tho
Concho Water Power Company
decided tho amount of damages
in the caso to bo 200 dollars so
it will onablo Mr. Millspaugh
the opportunity to go abend with
his scheme yot the defendants
appealed to tho District Court.
Exstoin's 5 and 10c store is on
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ward S. Cox lots Nos. (1 7 and
H In block No. 10 of tho Ellis
addition to San Angelo. Con-
Now crop maplo syrup and
ribbon cane molasses Roach k
Piano Stools Soivfs and -Covers
at Allon's Music Store. '
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