The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 52, Ed. 1, Friday, December 27, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL 52 NO 5
SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY DEC. 27 1901.
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One -car of the Celebrated
John Deer and Casaday
Plows ' Cultivators Disc
Harrows Planters Etc.
All bought before the ad-
vance in price. Also one
car of Baker Perfect Barb-
ed Wire. At
Early in thu spring the Circle
S ranch in Now Mexico was sold
by A. Strousso lo Cm lis &
Morse of tlm Horseshoe ntnuli.
Tho latter company during tho
summer clrovu their cuttle north
lor pasture and during their
absence 15 settlers moved in und
took up homesteads on thu much.
Tho pasturage Is especially line
there this year und the now
settlers each have a small bunch
of cuttle which they take care of
on Ihoir horaosteuds. Tho Circle
S ranch embraces a truct of land
5 by 10 miles.
Under the leuso luw those
small men would hav9 been
burred out us iho Circle S would
have legal control of tho trur.t.
l Now which ib the most benefi-
cial und advantageous to tho
territory 15 smull settlers to
support stores und schools with
their improved farms or one
corporation to keep the country
in its native condition!1 Pecos
Valley Stock mat:.
While the trend of the times
to be towards smaller
uud bettor blood. The
of the largo stockman
tho existing law should
not bo ignored but receive fair
consideration bince it is through
their efforts that the country
lias been made what it is at
present. It also looks us if the
stockman should have a claim
ou tho section whero ho has
built his home
HOW IS THIS?
An all wool men's suit at tho Auction House
A good men's shoe $1115.
Good men or boy's suits at $1.50.
All wool boys's suits $3.00.
A great big bargain in blankets 75 cents a
Blankets $ and i wool at $1.50.
Pine overcoats $2 50 up to $5.00.
Pine lino of gonts' underwear at one-half the
Some little boy's icd llannel underwear a'
75 cents a suit. They are worth double the price.
The best lot of boys' and girls' caps at 25 and
85 ct'nts. Look them over.
A pair of linen towels. lib" inches long for L'ii
An all wool turn down cap for men or boys
at 25 cents.
The biggest line of winter gloves for men and
children at prioe3 you can no'- match.
Cassimoro suit tailor made at $10 and $12
at tho Auction Houso.
The best boots in all grades at the Auction
Houso. It will only take a few minutes time to
look at tho now goods and get the lowest prices.
A handsome set of dishes at one half what
others ask for them at tho Auction House.
S j . HUFFMAN
HUFFMAN & CLARK
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS.
fcr OtHcu ou Chadbourn
Street' next to Proati
j Decaa ano ffiort-
5 gage3 draw a up by
The Grant Lumber Co. meet
all competition and all figures
they want your trade.
San flnaelo r3
Handle All Classes
of Live Stock 3
sr Will Render and Pay Taxos on Lands. Will Securo 3
ToimntB Collect and Remit Rents. Have Small and Large 3
gr Tracts of Land For Salo. Special attention given to town 3
R property jg
Wast.injton. Dec. 18. Hereto-
fore tho hardy glassy wheats of
the durum group have been re-
ceived with but little favor in
this country. Now however as
a result of the efforts of the
United Stutes department of
agriculture to establish these
wheats there is being manifest-
ed a great change of opinion as
to their merits in viow of their
probable complete utilization in
the future for tho manufacture
of macaroni. In Europe they
are called hard wheats and in
this country they have not until
recently been sufliciently well
known to receive a special name.
The term macaroni wheat given
; to this class of wheat by the
i department is becoming rapidly
'adopted and its application is
j already pretty well understood.
j Among all wheats macaroni
wheats are the best adapted to
i regions of intense heat and
j Tho adaptability of durum
wheats to tho conditions of our
semiarid districts the market
for macaroni wheats their culti
vation distribution churaoteris
tics and effects of local varia
tions in soil und climate are
fully sot forth.
During tho season just passed
these wheuts had another oppor-
tunity to show their superior
drouth-resistance. In largo
portions of the Northwest whore
the ordinary wheat crop was
almost an entire lailure maca-
roi.i wheat produced a very fair
crop of grain that was very little
shriveled; while in Southwest
Texas whore grain growing has
been uniformly a failure they
yielded well and produced grain
of apparently excellent quality.
It is tho writer's belief that the
thorough establishment of this
new wheat industry will be of
the greatest benefit to agricul-
ture in the semi arid plains. A
million or more of acres can
thus be given to profitable wheat
raising which on account or
drouth have heretofore eithor
beou ontirely idle or less profit-
dbly employed In a few yoars'
time the result ought to be an
addition of thirty to fifty million
bushels to tho annual wheat
production of tho Great Plains
alone Tho agricultural area
will bo extended much farther
westward and the necessity of
rrlation will thoreby lw dimjn-
To The Public
I am Informed by tho superin-
tendent of the railway mail sor-
vice of this division that from
reports by the Temple Sun An-
golo railway mail clerks it tip
pears they are unable to prompt-
ly dispatch tho letters wnicharo
mailed in i hoi rear at San Anuolo.
and Unit delay in transmission of
said letters is unuvoidublo bo
cause of tho great nuantltv of
mail given tho clerks bv this
office which mail has precedence
over an others as Is also tho
case with that received tv them
from ovory pusloflice on tho
route. One cleric indeed ro
ports 808 letters deposited in his
car after tho elostnir of maim at
this ofllcc uud addB that lie cur-
ried twenty-fivo of these beyond
destination including Coleman
in the first stutions from San
It is evident that letters dls-
patched in this manner do not
reach their destination any soon-
er than if deposited in the post-
ofllce after the departure of tho
mail. Obviously tho praaMcc of
fors uhsolntolv no advantage to
tho writer imr imposes upon the
railway mail clerks the necessity
of making reports of delayed
mail without the remotest pos
nihility of an adjustment of tho
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iiiu in" ivuuH ui uii itiii;in iu
bo dispatched which are brought
to the post oflico one half hour
before tho departure of tho mail
For tho convenience of the clerk
in charge and in ordor that the
dispatch may not bo placed in
jeopardy tho luw ulso requires
the mail to leave tho postoflico
ono half hour boforn tho depart
urooftho train but. this limif of
the time is left to tho discretion
or tho postmaster and may bo
shortened by him if. in his opin
ion less time is sufheiont to
transfer the mails from the post-
office to tho car.
In conformity with this provi-
sion I have ordered tho hour ol
8:45 p. m. is tho time limit for
doparturo of tho mails from Iho
postoflico. To tho public tho
mail is legally closed at 8:15 p
m. Tho interim is needed for
assortment postmarking and
disributton of the letters taken
np at tho very last moment of
closing also for tho fving of
about 110 packages of Inttors
tho closing and dolivorv of 12 to
16 sacks of second third and
fourth class mail tho delivery
of from 20 lo 40 receipts there-
for and tho final closing and de-
livery of tho letter mail pouch.
As a rule however all letters
brnnirht in between the hours of
8:15 and 8:85 and oven 8:40 p. m
aro dispatched by tho day's
tniil. but this is not alwuvs
practicable and when deluv
occurs it is no greater than if
those "last minnto" letters had
been mniled at tho car whoro tho
clerk hns no more timo to handle
them on his run than has been
allowed for their handling by
the clerks in tho post office.
Prom tho ubovo may readily
be seen that every effort is mado
Van Bant Unlit Gonrurriiuo.
Helena Mont. Dec. 21. Gov-
ornor Van Sant has called a
mooting of the Northwestern
Govornors to bo hold in Helena
Doc. 80 to consider the Northern
Fecurilies merger. Ho advised
Governor Toole today and asked
if that date would bo acceptable.
Governor Toole replied by wire
in tho afflrmativo und welcomed
the Govornors to Helena.
Thoro is a timo when ovory
one needs something to revive a
drooping spirit. Chas Zcnkor's
whiskoy is the best known
Toxarkana.Tox. Mrs. William
Walker tho wife or a cotton
miser living near hero gavo
birth to flvo children Pour aro
girls uud ono is u boy.
Discuso and danger lurks in
tho vltul orguns. Tno blood be-
comes vitiated und tho general
health is undermined whenever
the stomach und liver fail to per
form their functions as nature
intended. Heroine will tone up
tho stomach regulato the liver
where other preparations only
relieve. Price 50 cents. For sale
by J. W. Harris & Co.
HuiucltiliiK About CottoiiHCctl Muul.
Tnu cooked cottonseed meal
as Known today was first fed
about 1808. Previous to that
timo the oiitiro seed was used us
u feed. A good cottonseed meul
contains uoout 40 por cent pro
loin und 14 per cent fut or oil.
'IHwk tfl ntt rt -ill Ltnn Iwwi i t n
& UU til jJI1U Ul JU I1U3 lllkU tk LV2U'
doucy to decreuso during tho
lust few years. Owintr to im
provements in tho machinery
for extracting oil some grades
running us low as 8 por cent fat.
bomellmes a quantity of tno
hulls aro mixed and ground with
the meal giving a dark colored
inferior article. This is usually
put on tho market unguaranteed
so that it is advisable for tho
farmor to buy only the guaran
Good Wines and
Aro finding greater favor hero
as a tablo beverage. Perhaps it
is because peoploure finding out
how good our wines are.
And these goods are not at all
high priced. At very little ox-
ponso two or Hirer brands can
be kept in the house.
Whiskey and all goed brands
of wines and whiskoya .suitable
for CHRISTMAS drinks aro in
stock. also and nor Is the timo
to supply your lunlur with tiieso
good drink urtiolois.
I koop the best of everything
in my line. Phono No. f.
Tom McClosky. Prop.
Underwear flcccc'lincd. $100
a suit These goods sell for
a great deal more money.
Boys' Shoes that will last six
months at - $1.50
Marshall's sewed shoes for
boys price per pair $1.00
Dolt Babies like you would find
here hardly any price worth
Make a visit to the AUCTfON
AcrOHH Itnllroful on Cliaillxinriit'St
Rooms 25c and 50c.
My Table is My Specialty.
Mrs B. McDermott
LOUIS F. HEITZLER
Wood aifdt Coal
Wood mt com! 11.00
C'onl por ton (1.00
Sunvtl block for lieiilorri.
Sawed and split for funking
t-lovua jjur cord fi.OO
Yard phono 80. 1mvn onlfra
with AuguM Halfan-. at Ijpritl
to pivo tho publio Ihe greatest
mail facilities obtainable at this1
point nndor present train sched-
ule T. therefore earnestly ask
a kind consideration of tho com-
plaints of the railway mail clorks
and am confident of tho approval
of those concerned and of their
hen rty cooperation in a mutter
which onlv tends to the better-
ment of tho postal service.
Buggies at Pagol-
Sonora Mail and
Lmo running from
San Ancelo to Ohristoval Eldo-
rado and Sonom. A good pay-
ing business consisting of 0
hacks 40 head of good horses
throo double sets of harness and
ull tho necessary equipments
and prWoleges. Will bo sold
cheap for cash. Address
Tom & Will Savrl.
W. C WininmHon of Amhurst
.....oajroi rwrmoro man a year
ruuu.uu Hum Lminuugo. i Dually
tried Chamberlain's PhJn Halm and
it pvo mo untlrc r?lJof vyhlch all
other remodlPB had failed to do. '
Hold by the Central Drup Store
h The Marline Furniture House
Is in position to sell you any kind of Furnitui oat rock
bottom prices. It leads in this feature. Cheap fur-
niture is a ftjHicialty as thoro are moro poor folks
than rich ones and we cator to the everyday trado
uig Dai-gams in i'uiius. want to closo oj'6
whole stock. It will pay you to call and invosti
if you contemplate needing piling
WALL PAPER at greatly reduced pricus. lfiio
for double rolls. Have eoruo othor papers that roUiil
anywhere from 40c 60c and 05c my price is IGo 20c
JGc and 80c por double roll.
CALL AND SEE ME.
Ghadbourne Street. Phone 237.
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