The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 12, 1902 Page: 1 of 12
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VOL 6 NO 44.
SAIN UNGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 12 1902
Entered In tho San Angelo Post Oltloe
Scoond oltuHtnnll matter.
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National Live Stock
Capital Stock Paid Up $300000.00
TENDERS AN UNEXCELLED SERVICE
Money to Loan on TEXAS CATTLE
"Win. Ragland San Antonio
J. W. WestbrooK Waco
Ireland Hampton Fort Worth
O. H. Williams Midland
UNION STOCK YARDS
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$ COMING THREES
f Fill? A1 F f
1 Ul JHLL $
Well bred well grown well colored good con-'
dition and plenty of grass and water to run them
through the winter Delivery April llO at
San Angclo Stock Pens Write wire or phone
San Angelo Texas.
Phone Office 305 Phone Residence 32 '
W C. C NEELEY
(Sg (Successors to Jackson & Nceley Bros )
(5 Corner West of Landon Hotel Site.
&a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
1 Brain and all Kinds of Fecdstuffs- S
W Wool Livo Stook and Ranch Commission. W
Muko n specialty of Handling San Angelo if
(g Real Estnto
We Buy Hides Furs Pecarjs Etc. If
HORSE BREAKING. .
jE: Ridgill Bros bixvo retired from tlio lioree business but
! still lmving their corrals and first-olnss apparatus for break- 2
ing horses. Ilavo secured tho services ot Jim Burleson tho 2
sr woll known horso liroakor and will break horses for tho
pul'lio training thorn without injury or scars. Will make tS
5j a specinlty of training fancy saddlo horses and match teamp. 3
Will train any horse to rido or work that can be trained or 3
5 no charge for tho effort. Ilavo worked wild horses on this 3
25 lanch for three years without a single animal being crippled s
5 or killed and our work for tho public will bo under the S
: same management. Rancn 20 miles northwest of town. 2
1 San Angelo. RIDGILL BROS.
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS
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- AND FOURS.
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John Lovelady Colorado
C. A. Broome San Angelo
Thos. J. Zoofc Amarillo
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS
1 Henry DiMnore sold to Tol
' Cawlf y 27 head of vearling at
I W. C. Locke of Coke county
! bought a half interest in MOO
head of sheep from G . J. Mooie
at p. t.
Win. Seymour sold to Stanlev
Turner about 100 liead nf stock
horses for a consideration of
Ilarlis Bros are moving -JuO
head of stock cattle from Coke
to Pecos pasture. John Dean of
San Angelo is a member of the
Tho-. Webb the stock farmer
was in tho citv Wednesday
boasting of his lino crops and
cited as proof tho fattening ei-
fect upon his neighbors' stock.
Pnt Cattle For Sale.
10 cows and !!0 steer yenrliiiL"..
Jell' Brook- post oflice Mile-
Station. Ranch 12 miles north-
east of San Angelo. '12 -It.
Tho Craig cattle shipped from
San Angelo recently sold at Si.
Louis on the oth as follows:
Calves $11.30; 720 pound cows
W.IO; llljS pound bulls $2.03;
1000 pound bulls .$2.33.
J. W. Kincannon a Lipan
Flat stock farmer reports the
loss of a few head of cattle timn
what he considers biood poison-
ing. Tie made post mortem ex-
aminations and found a number
of grtibi collected under tho skin.
Parties who wore having cnt-
tlo sprayed in Schleicher county
piopanitory to crossing the quar-
antine line and driving into
Mexico are reported to be having
some trouble. A number weie
i sprayed and started on the road
and on Hearing tho lino are re-
ported to have beon stopped and
requited to undergo another
J. W. French bought last week
of Clias. Schauer 12 line bull
calves of the Shorthorn variety
at $23 each. Mr. Schauer also
sold J. W. Henderson 1 of the
same class at the same price
C. L. Broomo last week bought 0
head of young horses from .1. II.
Phelps across tho Pecos at .$!i0
per head C. D. Crowley the
general manager oi the Hat ranch
finished rounding up last week
and will be ready to cross the
quarantine lino about tho 0th
inst. with a bunch of steers that
thoy will put in their Midland
pasture J. R. Hamilton the
big successful est Texas sheep-
man was in Ozona Friday. Mr.
Hamilton and son havo started
1MX) head of thoir sheep to tho
Kioth pasture south of San Ange-
lo whero thoy will feed them cot-
ton seed meal cakes this wintor
and have them fat and flno for
the early spring market. Oona
A (lolden Opportunity for the South
With Its Chcnp Feed anil
We may say w havo done noth-
ing but live here in tho south and
ore getting our meats from the
north keeping our smokehouses
and corncribs in tho north and
west and are raising hero and
there a few poor little cattle that
are called "dogs" on tho big
markets and when shipped hardly
pay the freight while poor old
feeble King Cotton is struggling
hard to pay tho bills. This is ab-
surd but' it is true. You see
thousands and thousands of acres
of wornout land being taxed to
raise cotton which if tended and
fenced would yield a handsome
revenue as a pasture and further-
more would in a few years re-
store the land to its original fer-
tility. On the other hand we
have plenty of fertile land that
would yield us an abundance of
nutritious forage such as sor-
ghum pea vines alfalfa besides
a great many othor grasses that
will make an abundance of valua-
ble hay for winter feeding and
here is the great advantage wo
hae over our northern brethren.
We have nine months of tho year
in which our stock cun run on
open pasture and three months
in which it requires food and
shelter. But expensive shelters
are not necessary; neither is tho
abundance of food required to
mantain the animal heat which
of course greatly reduces tho cost
of production. Besides you will
find for winter grazing a iiold of
oat- and vetch lor cattle to run
on a moatvvaluable aoj which
saves tho expenso of a silo. And
here I wish to impress upon you
the great importance of wintering
your stock well. When we feed a
nice bunch of good cattle that
food consumed is not wasted for
they are the great machines that
grind up the produce of tho farm
into a valuable meat. But list-
en. When you take a crop off
your land is it not right that
something should be returnd? By
feeding stock upon the farm the
manure is returned to tho fields.
By so doing you are selling your
hay your corn and the products
of your farm and at the same
time are returning to your land a
most valuable fertilizer. And
here I w ish to speak of the strong-
est point in favor of cattle rais-
ing in tho south and that is in
the value of cottonseed as being
tho cheapest gram feed that can
be fed either to beef cattle or
dairy cattle especially lor beet
cattle in fitting them for the
block The following will show
tho value of cotton-seed to the
southern farmer the truth of i
which has been tested by tho Mis-1
sissippi experiment station : i
Firt. That a pound of cotton
seed has a gi eater feeding value
than a pound ol corn.
Second That a pound ol cot-
ton seed meal has a fieding Wil-
lie about equal to two pounds of
120 - REGISTERED HEREF0RDS-I20
In Northern Pens Ft. Worth Stock Yards
FT. WORTH TEXAS
Tuesday end Wednesday Nov. 25th and 26th
AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. EACH DAY.
The lot consists of 50 cows and heifers and 70 bulls from 8 to 20'
months old. This is the fourth sale we have made at Ft. Worth in
three years and it is the best lot of cattle we have ever sent there.
We invite you to come and see them whether you want to buy now
or not. lor Catalogues
Col. P. M. Woods.
Col. It. E. Edmonson.
Third. That at least 85 per
cent of the fertilizing ingredients
is excreted by tho animal fed and
may bo recovered in the manure
and that cottonseed meal may bo
fed in proper quantities and mix-
ed with other feeds to dairy cat-
tle without injury to tho milk or
And here I will give you a
profital'lo method of feedin'g cat-
tle on tho farm with straight cot-
tonseed. Fence in your cornfields
and plant in peas. After tho
com is gathered turn in your cat-
tle and begin teeding a pound of
cottonseed gradually increasing
it to four or five pounds. At the
end of sixty days you will turn
out cattlo that will bo money
makers. At tho samo time you
fertilize your land and prepare it
for another crop.
To thoroughly finish your cat-
tlo they should bo taken up and
fed thirty days longer on cotton
seed meal and hulls with hay or
corn and cob meal with liny. But
of course this depends upon tho
class of cattle you are feeding
and tho market to which you ex-
pect to ship. -F T. Constant
In the roping contest at Yoak-
um Jim Hopkins of Lavaca
county mode best timo: '15.
Storage reservoirs present many
favorablo phases. Stored water
is in fact superior in its charac-
ter to running water inasmuch
as it can bo hold for use in such
quantities and at such times as
it is most needed whilo ditch
water must bo used while it is
running. Reservoir water is
depended on almost altogether
in Northern Colorado for Into ir-
rigation especially for tho irri-
gation of potatoes. In fact it
has almost become an axiom that
the culture of potatoes in Colo-
rado is hardly feasible unless it
is done under some ditch that is
backed up by storage reservoirs
Cor. Country Gontleman .
J. A. COPE.
CORE dfc HEFLIN
Land and Live Stock Commission.
If you want to buy or sell a ranch or stock of any
kind wo will nmko it to your interest to consult
with us. Write wire or phono.
I Cfflcoi Mar oh Dros.
S Rosldonoo Phono 32
6 IF YOU WAN r YOUR S I UFF SOLD LIST IT Willi MU. 6
IF YOU WANT IJAROANS SEE A1E. SAN ANGELO TEXAS 3
Address UUJ)Ujll a: sLursoa independence Mo.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THE RE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Texas Live Stock Commission Com
Fort Worth Tex. Novombor 5.
Tho biggest livo stock commis-
sion company in Texas was organ-
ized horo today and in it are tho
wealthiest cattlemen in the stato.
The capital is .$100000. Tho
ollicorsare: Marion Samson of
Alvarado president ; C. C. Slaugh-
ter of Dallas vico presidont; S.
B. Burnett of Fort Worth treas-
urer; Charles L. Ware of Fort
The company will be known as
tho Tonus Live Stock Commission:
company. A directory of elovort
was elected as follows: J. B. Wil-
son Dallas; II. J. Kloborg Alico;
W. B. Worsham Henrietta; John
Scharbauor Fort Worth; M.HaliT
San Antonio; T. J. Martin Mid-
land; Sam Davidson Fort Worth
and tho odicers named nbovo.
-Whon you como to tho carni-
val be sure to call around and seo
my lino of samples and lot me
take your measure for a wintor
suit. " Fit and quality guaran-
It W . 13 . Fokkman.
J. E. IIEFLIN.
SCOTT & JlAltCIT Kolton Mo.
UUJHfJSIiL As SIMPSON liidcmoiidenco 3lo.
MltS. C. S. CROSS Emporia Kun.
& A. STANNAltl) Emporia Kun.
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