The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, November 1, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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SUBSCRIPTION 51.50 PER YEAR.
StoeU. Growers oncl BreedereJournol
MtKReB IN TMt iMI AMOtLO POST OFFICE II
VOL . 5 .
SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNT.Y TEXAS FRIDAY NOV. 1 1901.
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The School Question. ' We
is Sure to Gome.
It is Almost Upon Us.
An ounce of prevention Is better than a pound of
cure. Want to get fixed for the cold wave before it
comes and save money by buying and being ready
for the cold weather.
Wc ars agents at San Angelo for the Hindoo
Knitting Mills and can save ycu the jobber's profit on
underwear. Our stock is so well assorted that wc can
give you underwear at almost any style desired from
an all cotton to an all wool manufactured from pure
Australian wool. Wc have heavy ribbed undershirts
sizes 34 to 44 at 12 l'2c each. You may pay twice
this amount and get one no better.
Something you often pay
built to fit
Nice fleece lined undershirts 3 for S1.00
double the amount for.
Our 50 cent undershirts with silk trimmings knit cuffs
you and built to wear drawers to match at same price.
Our fleece lined undershirts at 1.50 per suit are jems of beauty and
Don't fail to sec our line of wool underwear at S2.00 per suit fhirts
padded back and front furnished with silk trimmings every seam felled
and reinforced and if you arc going to be exposed to the cold its what you
want and what you will buy if you see them
Our Ladies' Department in underwear is uptodate. Can furnish
Union Suits from 25c to S2.50 or can give you pants and vests sepcrate in
any quality desired-
Our Ladies' and Misses Hose at 8 l"3c per pair arc
duplicates of those offered by others at 12 l'2c per pair.
Our Ladies' and Misses hose at 3 pair for 50 cents
arc as good if not better than others offered at 25 cents
Wc claim to sell reliable merchandise cheaper than
any other house in San Angelo. . These claims arc veri'
fiecf by our immense increase of business
We want you to to make your fall bill with us know
ing if you do you will also make your Spring bill with
San Angelo Tex.as.
r P. S. Another big shipment of Ladies raa?y to-wear skirts will bo on
exhibition at our .store Monday. Nov. 4th.
The Pastor's Association not
Monday morning und transacted
the efollowing business:
The pastors reported good
yx1 "- ui mu unurcnesyestur-
&&' An intpresting d.scussion of
tff& tho pastor's methods in sermon
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.miu luituiib it'pnisonung the
ban Angelo Medical District So-
cioty visited the association ami
presented for their considera-
tion the pressing need of moro
room lorourpublicscnool. They
roport mat on investigation thoy
tind the rooms much over crowd-
ed. The pastors appointed a
committee com josed of Rev's.
Starr Masters and Barr to vis-
it the schools Tuesday at 10
o'clock and further investigate
this matter. Tl.ey also recom-
mended that the Ladies' Aid So-
eieties of the churches of the
city appoint committees to visit
the schools and report next week
to the societies as to the over
crowded condition of tiie schools
that suitable recommendations
might bo made in reference to
the matter; in accordance with
the resolutions of the Sun An-
gelo District Medical Society.
Rev. A. L Barr sec.
recommend that the tis-
tors and churches generally give
iiiuu miuuu imiuancc tor bettor
school facilities and thus ad-
vance the financial social intol
lectual moral and religious inter-
ests of our city.
Rev. A. L. Bahh. Secy of Com.
Rev. F. R. Stahw
!EV. P M. .MtiSTEUS.
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Bad Coughs J
J S Miles sells the Bridge
Beach cooking stove. This
stove has been made in St Louis
for sixty-five years and every
one with a guarantee if not satis-
factory can bo returned in any
reasonable time. Mr Miles
sells them from -?" 50 up.
Before buying hand-me-down
pants call and see my &J.nO line
mnde to your measure.
W. O. Cochran.
The Clothier near postollice.
Report to the Pastor's Asso-
ciation of San Angelo.
Your tommittee appointed at
the suggestion of the San Ange
lo District Medical Society to
investigate the buildings and
seating capacity for our public
schools would respectfully sub
mit the following report On
Tuesday morning in company
wiin i'rot. Abbott we visited
the school buildings and found
the following condition:
iliudtm Seats KnroUnom .Slef
Tho game season is now on a
full lino of shot t-uns riilcs and
ammuniton at C & G Hagelstoin
For a class of beer or fine
whiskey go to Chas Zenker's
Big stock Trunks Valises
Suit cases. .Telescopes etc.
The Grant Lumber Co. carry
the stock all kinds and want
your business call and sec us
our prices will suit.
Standard mowers. Pindlator's
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The Assessor reports lf7
Emmanuel Church corner of
Chadbourno St. and Harris Ave.
The Rev. Francis R. Starr
Rector. The 22nd Sunday after
Trinity Morning prayer and
Bermpn 11 a. m. Evening prayer
and sormon 7:15 p. m. Tho
Sunday School will meet as here
tofore at 9:00 p. m.
Cereals at Roach & Keeton's
.Farina Flalce hominy fresh
goods Roach & Keeton
See Fayette Mayes when you
want good young meats fat and
fine. Fayette knows where to
.1 S Miles has just received a
car load of heating stoves of all
kinds These stoves ho can sell
you from $2.50 up.
For cooking a n d heating
stoves seo J S Miles.
The subject for the morning
service at the Cumberland Pres-
byterian Church is Bible Moun-
tains itnd their Lessons Mic.
4:12. The subject in the even
ing is Bible Waters and fads
connected with them Rev. 22:1
Mackerel at Roach & Keeton's
Mackerel now pack- Roach
The Grant Lumber Co. have
tho stock and want a chance to
Ggure on all bills no matter how
Mr. Noedham Smith our busi-
ness manager has been away
for the past week on a vacation
to visit his mother and Bon W.
Smith his brother and his .son
who reside at Dallas.
Tako'rvour' Pecans to H. H.
Dain hay carriers (Go Dovils)
At a meeting of the members
of the Presbyterian church last
Sunday Oct. 27 the election of
officers was held which resulted
in Chas. Powell. E. L. McAlpino
unu uoi. i. j. uaicor being se-
lected for elders and W. S. Mab-
son Dr. Robert L. Greene and
W. B. Turner chosen for dea-
cons. Next Sunday Nov. !l will
bo an interesting sorvice to all
the members for tho pastor
Rev. E. B. Withorspoon will bo
at homo and cqnduct both sor-
vices. At the morning sorvico
tho newly elected elders and dea-
cons will bo installed in their
For cooking and healing
stoves seo J S Miles.
children of scholastic age in Tom
The seats wore crowded close
ly together with very narrow
aisles and no room for recitation.
Our general impression was that
the rooms were much over-
crowded for tho comfort and
health of pupils and teachers
and that ward school buildings
in convenient parts of the city
were an immediate and pressing
Proper facilities would add
largely to the attendance and
efficiency of the schools as many
parents do not send on account
of the crowded condition of the
school and the consequent dan-
gorof sickness and contagious
The children of Angelo also
need a larger camnus than tho
presont locality affords and
hence tho need of ward schools.
In order to awaken the propor
feelings about the enlargement
oi tno seating capacity wo re-
commend that the parents gen-
erally investigate tho congested
condition of the rooms for tho
numberof end seats boingso near
the stoves that the children will
bo uncomfortable as soon as
fires are needed.
Wo would recommend that tho
committees to he appointed by
Ladies' Aid Societies visit tho
schools njxt Friday p. m. on Sat-
urday at 4 p. m. meot at the
Methodist church to formulato a
report of their impressions and
opinions as to what should bo
done in tho matter for the use of
the medical society of San An
A beautiful line of Carlsbad golo In tho offorts for .hotter hy-
churn at C & G Hagolstein Co.'s gienic conditions in our schools.
The Hon. County .Judge and
Honorable Comrnis sioner's
Court of Tom Green Countv.
Greeting: At a regular meet-
ing of the San Angelo District
Medical Society hehl Oct. 22nd
1001. the subject of epidomics
and the prevention of the snroad
of contagious diseases was dis
cussed and the members of the
society viewed with grave ap-
prehension the existing over-
crowded condition of our Public
School Buildings. Therefore
since we are tho natural guard
ians of public health we as phy-
sicians would very respectfully
petition and pray that your Hon.
Commissioners' Court will heed
tho appeal of your petitioners
and adopt measures which will
operate to releive the abnormal
With our knowledge and ex-
perience in matters pertaining
to public hygiene and at the bed-
side where nature's laws have
been disregarded it is the opin-
ion of the committee of physi
cians representing the San An-
golo District Medical Society
that at present there are en-
rolled nearly twice as many pu-
pils as there is proper or whole-
some air necessary for their
regular consumption which is
plainly evident to any ono who
should desire to visit the build-
ings. That tho atmosphere is
saturated with the exhalations
of the body which as wusto pro-
ducts of the system renders
such air extremely poisonous.
retarding physical development
inducing activity in compara-
tively latent diseases nnd orton
developing diseases in children
Upon motion a convention
consisting of Dr. S. C. Parsons
Dr. Boyd Cornick Dr. Robert L.
Greene and Dr. S.L. S. Smith
wore appointed to druft resolu-
tions to express the sentiment
and opinions of the socioty from
a medical standpoint. There-
fore bo it
Resolved 1st That the over-
crowded condition of our public
school buildings especially favor
tho rapid development of dis-
ease often culminating in epi-
domics attended with alarming
fatalities which in many in-
stances prove exceedingly detri-
mental to our commercial inter
ests also facilitating' tho spread
of contagious diseases such as
various skin diseases moaslos.
scarlet fever mumps smallpox
and diptheria which all will ad-
mit aro diseasos of a malignant
2nd That we as physlciuns
request you to consider tho wel
fare of the people of San Angelo.
the mothers who inconsequence
have to watch at the bedside of
their children bv dav and
through thoweary hours of night
often follow loved ones to tho
grave and seo thorn laid away
in death as tho result of tho
aforementioned existing ovils.
Lastly consider tho little chil-
dren who in innocence while
trying to obtain an education
are tho victims and sufforors.
3rd That wo. as nlivRtntnno
of tho San Angelo District MedV
cal Socioty respoctfullv nnttUnn
and pray that your Hon. Com-
missionors' Court will adopt
measures which aro necessary
1 had 1 hail rniir.li tr.r -I-
'"' nd could find no relief
until I tried Ayer's Clicrry Pecto-
rl. Only otic-fourth of the bottle
L Hayvn Ncwington Ont.
Neglected colds always I
Iiwau iu bumcming serious.
They run into chronic
kfnnnhlil. . . .
u. .iitimib pneumonia
asthma or consumption.
Don't wait but take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
just as soon as your cough
begins. A few doses will
cure you then.
Tkretilitit c.Itc.tl. All OnitUl:
!' 'lo he .. If o lolft iou not
to like It. Hum ; tako it. iio'kSowi
Lmtc It villi iim. W."JiiE '""m
J. U AYliK CO . KowHI M.l.
to relievo our oror-crowdod
school buildings oithor oy build-
ing or the renting of ward
allium HUUhUS It) pro-
toot the lhos of tho children
"the homos and tho commercial
intore.us of San Angelo which
aro now in jeopardy.
S. C. Parsons M. D..
UoydCohnick M. D .
Roirr.L. Ghi:kni.;M. D..
S L. S. Smith M. I).
SYRUP AT .1. II. SMITH & CO.
Now crop Georgia ribbon caua
syrup honey. Maple syrup
preserves and jollies wo handle
them. .J II. Smith & Co.
For Hancock Texas Disc plows
see J. S. Miles.
The Indie- prefer Wiley's the
packages are simply exquisite
and real treasures.
Fresh slock every week of
WileyS.and other manufactures.
Yours to Please
The Con feet inner
and dealer in
When you couio to the city id
attend the roping contest or at
any other time bo suroand visit
my establishment and look
Miruugn my SADDLES AND
HARNESS for I have tho fare-
gest and most comploto stocif in
tho West. Since moving into
my now placo on Chadbourno
street opposite O. & G. Hagel-
stoin's hardwaro house I have
greatly enlarged my stock. My
saddles are lo bo soon and USED
to bo appreciated. Will bo pleas
od at all times to show tho publi
through my lino of goods.
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