The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 43, Ed. 1, Friday, October 25, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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Tie San flnoelo Press
NmtOnAMiBMITII S.C I'AllUWS
SMITH & PARSONS
i AJ ANHELO. TLX. Oct.. 1W 11)01.
Subscription per vcar 5150
The San AiikuIii l'rrst. ulmtt to lie in har-
mony with (Yiu nuulnK people of tliu great
territory oi Hmiiuwimi joxus and n live
lociil iiuwiipi'titir ul mil fcrulu rvcllun of
country. lt columns urn tluvotud to HtooW
f tow im llrttilcrs j ml KurtnliiK nuwN In
trperiel ullli Iiduiu lnmmlilul and tiautul
VuemlouMif.tl Information Whcnndvlco
pr jnlotuiniion N avoiri-d ulway cnulotc two
pc ktumpti (or lioxtuKu m.u stationery and
jour muiwcr i no ulibcr through tuo uol
omn ot liiu I'rccn or by mull hm noon uh
praollcublu Hiiupl) autlrcv js above
Buiruclcfl Olltor ot J'ruKH
ban Angolo I i prosperous Utile
elty of IWM population very nearly
iiOtiO Joel iibovo tliu sua level. tvhUti
raaUcH It mi liieal plac.j lur tliu in
valid as tliu whmji dry ntiuuHphort
Id not loo nitu lor tliom guttering
with any cough or lung infection
while It eUo rapidly ouiurf the rhou-
trjatlc or thottu with (tyntuiim loaded
It lri an Ideal heiilth resort furn-
ished by nature at tliu forks ot tliu
Kurth ami South Concho rlvera two
ftruuint) of pure riprlng water.
The laml ot Tom Utccn county and
tho groat Concho country in uneiir-
paused lor turtllity yielding cotton
corn oats wheal rio barloy and
ull soiIh ot fruits and veijetalileH
grow in abundance.
Jf you waut any apodal Inforina-
iion regarding IiiimIh cuiUo climate
health or location Tin; 1'ioob will
gladly aid you It It can. Simply en-
close two - cunt htauipH tor pontage
&nd Htalloticry ana :hUIich Tho
AiiHtin Spencer tliu Land A Kent
will bu pleased to nnuwer an) quea-
ttfon by cortCHpoudcncc will noil or
Vrndu and Hhould you coiiflmlu to
visit San Angolo kindly call and let
ice aliow you ttio country.
Tim Land Agunt.
Arrives 1:20 u. tu.
Leaves 400 p.m.
rives 5:15 . in.
ives b:20u. in.
t Jersoyville Mo. it farmer
11 his orchard ol 5 acres ol
ra. tine annles lor $1000. Some
the apples brought $4.00 per
rrel on tliu trees
Corn. buskers s p ; a i n e il
nsts barbetlwire cuts burns
ruises sovero lacerations and
Eternal injuries ot any kind are
promptly and happily cuiod by
uppljing Ballard's Snow Lint-
Bjent. A'rice 25 and 50 cents.
For sale by J. W. llarris & Co.
Iliggiiisvillo Mo. Oct. 10. H.
C Sydnor's Poland China sale
yesterday wus a dandy sixty-
eight head all spring pigs mak
ing an average ot about $17.75.
The most ot the pigs were the
get of Sydnor's Tecumsoh. Syd
nor's Chief Chtal and Romping
Perlection. They wore in prot
ty good shapo for the most part
though hardly up to Mr. Syd
nor's usual standard.
In Lilo Worth Mvhic?
Then don't neglect a coiifjh or cold
ejpeelally when only tweuty-tivo
cents u ill buy a bottiti of Mexican
Byrup. It ia ho Hoothlnir and ho
BUiny consumptives have Iwon made
veil by Its use. Head some ol the
ttBtimonials on tho wrapper around
each bottlo that prove this remedy
jooro nuio for deep neated colds
habitual coughing ard oven consump-
tion than any other remedy known
to physicians many of whom recom-
round aud proscribe It where loss
ofiacacious remedies fail.
Lexington. Ky Oct. 10.
Peter Sterling won the $10000
Louisville prize lastevening rath-
W handily tho driver not touch-
ing tho whip to the great trotter.
The winner of last Tuesday's
$16000 Futurity passod under
tho wire iirst'in each heat with
a longth to spare. In the first
heat Royal Coat led him to the
stretch nnd finished second with
Hawthorne third. In tho next
heat jRoyal Coat got the Hag.
Peter Starling was never head-
. ed in tho second though Haw-
thorne clung to tho Sulky wheel.
Time 2:15 1-4 2:12.
A Fiendish Attack-
An attack was lately made on
C. F. Collier of Cherokee. Iowa
that nearly proved fatal. It
ca mo through his kidneys. His
back got so lame ho could not
stoop without great pain nor sit
in a chair excopt proppod by
ou Bhious. No remedy helped
him until he tried Electric Bit-
ters which effected such u won-
derul cliango that ho writes he
feels liko a now man. This
marvelous medicine euros back-
aeho and kidney trouble purifies
the blood and builds up your
hcaltfc. Only 50c at .1 . W. Harris
Co. T rug Store.
Brownwood's lire department
hits formerly disbanded us it
wits impossible for them to ruiso
tlio lurfo sum ot $2500 to pur
chusu the necesBiiry apparatus
to light fires with. They say:
"The city council tendered
tendered ovory possible uid but
it could not bo expected to carry
tho lion's share as its financial
condition would not justify it.
Tho council would maintain the
organization paying feed rent
and furnishing water if the
citizens would raise the funds
There are a lot of just such
towns as Brownwood too poor
to raiso 12500 to puichase tho
apparatus to tight tire with and
in their poverty they aro to bo
pitied for when tho tiros break
out and clean them out lock
stock and barrel it leaves them
as it wore "Strictly on tho hog."
Consequently it is poor economy
and they had belter spond throe
times 12500 than take the chan-
ces on losing their town their
houses and all tho necessary
comforts that pertain to a home.
Flirt Can He Cured
That tits can bo permanently
cured by the uro of Dr. Kline's
Great Norvo Resloror is being
daily demonstrated. Thousands
of cases of tits opilopsy spasms
St. Vitus' dance debility ex-
haustion and other nervous
disorders have been ontirely
cured by tho use of this wonder-
ful remedy. It brings im
mediate results and tits rarely
occur after tho tirst day's use
Treatise mid a $2 trial bottle will
bo sent free to any sufferer ex-
pressago only to bo paid on de-
livery. Consultation can bo
had either in person or by mail
at thoofliceof Dr. K. H. Kline
081 Arch Street. Philadelphia.
According to ono of our Call
fornia exchanges it is estimated
that barloy which sells from 00
to 70 cents per 100 pounds with
a 9 cont sack thrown in. if con-
verted into pork will pay the
farmer 1. 10 to $120 per 100
pounds. The farmer who con-
verts his barloy into pork nearly
doubles his money.
A "stitch in time saves nine."
and a dose of Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup at tho beginning of
a cold will save you many weary
hours and oven days of distress-
ing and harassing cough. Price
25 and 50 cents. For sale by .1.
W. Harris & Co.
No Chinamen are allowed to
remain ovor night at Bisbee
Arizona and no negroes are ul
lowed to prolong their visits at
Couunaiicho 'iftor the sun sets
And no one regrets that such
conditions exist who resides in
those towns sinco it frees those
places of all objectionable char
We have seen the frail infant
when the faint struggle for
existence scorned almost ended
resuscitated and made strong
by the use of White's Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cents For
sale by J W Harris tv Co.-
weakens the body and de-
grades the mind. It saps
the nervous strength that
is the source of ail hellth
and perverts the functions
of every organ. Because
of its stubbofn nature it is
often called incurable. This
is not true. There is one
medicine tW never fails to
check the nervous spasms
and give new strength to
the entire system.
Ttnitle trouble btoujlU on spasms
nnd pilcptic rtl atitt 1 have hdd as
muif as ioutuiC-CU in oae doj- I had
not lpt for a ttk and vu out. of
my mind when X began Ukinc Dr.
Mdet' Nerv5ttcJit aowl un mired."
J?6rt Gibson N.Y.
allays nervous irritation
stops spasms restores di-
gestion and mental vigor.
Sold by druccii' on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co Blltbart led.
The New Dam Cose.
This is known in court as tho
Concho Water and Power Co.
and on tho outside it is under
stood as J. L. MIllspauL'h's
project and of course everyone
in San Angelo is interested in
the success of this enterprise.
For. in its reality it means a
rapid growth of our city.
Considerable opposition has
been brought to bear against the
erection of this dam across tho
South Concho and that is un
fortunate as it simply retards
tho establishment of many in-
dustries which would contribute
to our growth and expansion.
Tho jury who aro now to do
cido upon tho morits of the case
in question aro. Messrs W S.
Mabson J. M. McConnoll Cal
Carpenter. J. M. Savell V T
Johnson and Doc Rust.
What's Your Focc Worth?
Sometimes a fortune but
never if you havo a sallow com
plexioti a jaundiced look moth
patches and blotches on the
skin all siyns of Liver Trouble.
But Dr. King's Now Life Pills
give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks
Rich Complexion Only 25 cents
at J. W. Harris & Co. Drug
From advices received from
Rio Muni a Spanish possession
on the west coast of Africa it
seem 3 some of tho Canibals
captured seven Spanish mu
rines and recently had a high
old time when they had a feast
and eat tho prisoners. Some
simple minded people worry arid
frot ovor our African race some
th'nk they need religion others
education but they forgot that
Africa was tho home of tho
Bibie and education thousands
of years ago and when a thing is
a Canibal by nature it is a pretty
hard thing to make it anything
President Roosevelt is trying
to follow the ideas of Cleveland
more than he is McKinley in
appointing only the best men to
office and he deciding as to who
aro the best no one man can
change a national party and he
will find it out boforo long too.
A few offices bestowed upon
Southern men at the sugges
tionofa negro will not uiiunge
Southern men's ideas they will
simply take all that is offered
and think as they did before
they received theolheo.
A misplaced comma has got a
(reouly county Kan. paper
into a peck of trouble. The
Journal in question recently
published an item in which the
following sentence occurred;
'Two young men from Leoti
wont with their girls to Tribune
to attend tho teachers institute
and as soon as they loft the
girls got drunk." The comma
belonged after the "girls" and
tho hutor are making 'it hot for
the editor. Bulletin.
Grai)i LUipber Co
Court House Square.-
kfE HAVE A LOT OF FANCY AND
w PLAIN DOORS and at prices to
suit. Sash in all sizes at low figures.
All grades of Lumbor and Building
Material and if you want to build any-
thing from a SC( ton house we want a
chanco to figure with you as we make
the prico to suit.
S. G. JOHNSTON
RECLINING CHAIR-CARS sferaetes
MMI9N10 INTERNATIONAL FAIR
SAN ANTONIO OCT. 10 TO 30 Inc. 1901
ILcakte-ts- SPECIAL REDUCED RATES
ON SALE OCT ID TO 29 INC LIMITED TO OCT 31.
FINEST TRACT IN TEXAS.
KRVY EATING HOUSES. FINEST IN THE WORLD.
Cohbult Santa Fe Agents or Write W s Kbenan.Gen. Pas. Act Galveston
Why a Woman
la Ahln to Hotu Sink Womnn
Whan Dontnrn Fall.
Hotv irlarlly wnulil uu-n tly In wo
mnn'n niil llil llicy hut iiiilt-rMnnl a
womiin's fiMtllngs rlnl Mnslliilitle
and pt-piillnr orifiiiili- tlistiirliiiiirps
Thoie llittigs nrf known only to
notnen nnd Urn a Id n timn would ('hc
It not at his t-mnmiuid
To trent n ( propi-rly It n nrcea-
ary to know all alxiul it. nnd full
Information many timet can not 1m;
(rlrrn by n woman to her family phy-
sician Klip cannot tiring ln-rself to
Uli everything and the physician i
Mn O n Prurrrt.L.
ftt a constant disadvantage. Thin In
why for the past twenty-five years
thousands of women have been con-
fiding their troubles to us and our
advice has brought happiness nnd
health to countless women In the I' S.
Mri Hmppell of ("runt l'ark III..
whose portiait we publish advises all
suffering women to use Lydla K. Pink-
' ham's Vegetahlo Compound ni It
. cured her of Inflammal Ion of the ovaries
and womb ; she therefore speaks from
I knowk'dge and her expcrlenre ought
1 togiveotherseonllilence. Address Mrs.
I Hnkham's Laboratory Lynn Muss.
A Colorado man is goinir ovor
to Holland to induce sovcral
hundred families to locate on
their irrigated lands and raise
Mexico lias concluded that as
a country she needs larger hor-
ses and has delegates visiting
our various horse markets to
obtain tho data necessary to im-
porting brood horses.
Judge D. A. McFall. of Aus-
tin will run for Attorney Gener
al. Judge McFall is a young
man. very energetic and pos
sesses the gift to urge his
opinions when he ihinks he is
right if ho should be wrong.
LarhiE for Tools.
I find by having implements
prepared for use when needed
much time is saved when getting
the crops in. When I am
through with a piece of machin-
ery I coat the steel parts with
castor oil or axle grease and if
any parts s-liould need repairing
have it done before nt eded. No
time is lost in tho scouring of
tools. J. S. Daviv
-San Ancelo Texas.
What is il Toxiis Uuiii;cr?
We all have heard of him but
few of Us havo heard aright and
the imuges called up by mention
of tho Hauiynre likely to be as
various us tho listeners. By
many he is regtrded as a sort of
legalized vigilante r u 1 i u u
through the right evolved of
necessity in the realm of where
the sixsiiootor is the only arbiter.
To others he is merely a mount-
ed uolicemuu whose beat is
maikcd by miles instead of
blocks. A still more general
impression is that he is a mlli-
timan. whose services may be
called upon to thwart or capture
law-breakers when the regular-
ly appointed ofticors are uuequul
to the task.
But down in Texas the word
means none of these things.
Rttlhor it means all of them and
munh besides. To leain what
he is and what ho has done one
cannot do belter than to travel
over the great region botweon
the Colorado und the Rio Grande
once given over to cacti and
cojoles. cattle rustlers and
Mexican coutrabandistos Indian
maiaudersiind white men who
had gone through the whole
curriculum of crime but now
I transformed by the work of the
Ranger into a wjII settled
peaceful and prosperous section
of the greatest state in tho
Union. For years these riders
of the phi ns and sand wastes
rep resen te-J the only pe.'sonifi
calion of the law that was
either respected or feared. The
siring of mounted Ranger
scouts that daily patrolled tho
the ground between these two
rivers was the only thread that
bound western Texas to a more
formal civilization. Even today
it is the Ranger whose presence
means security to life all along
The prejudice ujjainst Ameri-
can wines in Europe is gradual-
ly becoming a thing of the past.
In France tney have a large sale
and even Germany they report
is relenting anil thev aro going
to drink our wines conseepjent-
lyour markets are steadily in-
creasng and will constantly
consume all we can manage to
make. Wine should be more
generally used instead of strong
er liquors and for sickly and
delicate people there is nothing
so acceptable to the stomach to
promote health as good wine.
The man who thinks the most
and studies out the causes and
reasons which are necessary to
produce certain effects is the
one wiio makes a success in
sioclffarming today for it is
constantly becoming to be an
acknowledged fact that stock-
fanning is n science so read
study and post yourself as to
what is going on and try to
avoid all tho mistakes and
errors that are possible.
Richard Croker the Tammany
chieftain has formerly aken
charge of Tammany's interests
in the coming-campaign and. of
course every district leador has
called as usual for the old ma
chine will move as usual with
clock work precision and with
united interest and a solid
front probably will win the bat-
Tho CTcatest ambition of Amer
ican men and women is to fcnrn i
homes blesed with children. The
woman allllctpd with female dis-
ease U constantly menaced with I
becoming a childless wifo. No
medicine can icstove dead or
gans but Wine oi Cardui docs
rrguhito dcran!romenta thnt nrc
vent conception; docs prevent
miscarriage ; clocs restore weak
functions and shattered hctyps
and docs bring babies to homes
I onrrcn and clesolnto for years.
Wlno of Cardui gives women tho
health and strenirth to bear heal.
thy children. You can got a
uoiiar bottle of Wlno of Cardui
from your doalcr.
uz Market htreet
ifi...w-.irS."itf Jnu u" CnKO oi i
nrilil filtoen yeiurniid nail never
of Cardui. . Now I ammotbfrof nflnn
Rftl which was born JUrch 81 1MI.
The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I
feel aa well oa any peraon could lel.
Now my linme la happy and I never will
bo without Wine of 'oarSlil in my hnna.
""" .nre. J. W. U. HMIT1I.
Inr .i44 nr 1 . A .....
rinplou.i "Tho Ladlt.' AtIwt 'JjmiS
cu.; ?Snoow Mtdldne """"
PHACTICK LIMITED TO THE
EYE. EAK NOSE AND
EYES EXAMINED AND KITTED
WITH SPECTACLES AND GLASSES.
OHlcc up stairs In Taylor building
Olllcohnur-) ! to 12 a. m.; nnd 2 U
A j). ra.
Ban Anoei.0 Texas
y H. ALLEN
San anoklo - Texas
Will practice in nil tho courts.
Notary Public in olllcc.
)R. H. WIGGINS
Gold Crown and Hridgc Work Scien-
tifically dono. Phono l't5
Ofllco up etalrs in the Mays bulldlnp.
J B. SALMON M. D
PHYSCIAN SURGEON AND
Special attention to Surgery and
diseases of women. Phone 217.
Olllco: U. . Taylor building
Qt E. MAYS M. D.
Olllco at Central Drni; Store. Hesi-
dunce Weet Twohlu Ave.
ALL CALLS ANKWEKKl) I'KOMITLY.
ALV1N H. GILES
COM M ERCIAL COMPANY
LAW AND COLLECTION.
All kind of accounts and commer-
cial litigation attended to. Nochnrcei-
in our lollocting department unless-
HiienjHflful Correspondence solicited.
Olllco in the Spence IluHditu;.
QRS. MARBERRY & COOPER
SAN ANOKLO TEXAS
Olllco San Anola Hotel up stairs
llesidenc.'s. Dr. Cooper Twohljr Avo.:
Dr. Marborry. Phono Ul.
)R. O. B. LOVE. .
S C. PARSONS M. D.
San ANOELO . - - Texas
Itenidcnee corner Firi-t and Olive
gASCOMB LYNN M. D.
Physician and. Suhgeon. .
OlhV- up tU1rn Central Drue Store
Itexlduncu. on College Hill resi-
dence phono No. 174.
fl. S. GANTT
MODEHN FUNEKAL DlKECTOIt
All Styles of C'aakeu and Supplies
Telephone Stcre. No. 11: Hesdence.
No. l.'IO; San Ancelo Texao.
J. A. BURNS.
Boot and Shoe Makkk.
Located on Heaureanrd Ave. next
to March Hros and propiired to turn
out prstclan- work
San An-ielo Texiif
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all ot the
digestants and digests nil kinds ol
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to cat ail
the food you want. Thomostsensltive
stomachs can take It. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured af tor everything else failed. It
Is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
but do vou nood
' Prepared only by R. O. DeWitt&Oo. Uhlcago
Tbef bottle cnntiilnRZii titocstbuGOc. size.
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