The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, November 1, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
M Aim mJr.t.frf
is on every package of ($Z? f'vV&.
you buy. It guarantees
its purity. No coffee is
unless It is in a I pound
sealed packet with the
head of a lion on the
front Then you get
pure coffee the higliest
grade (or the money
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Watch our noxt ndvortliemsnt.
now become the leader
of all package coffees?
And why is it used in
millions of homes ?
Because it does not
sail under false colors.
It is an absolutely clean
pure coffee. No glazing
no coating with egg
mixtures or chemicals
in order to hide imper-
fections Just try a package of
and you will under-
stand the reason of its
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a folly illustrated and descriptive
fi list INo housekeeper in tact no woman man boy or girl will tail to ttnd in the list some article
I which will contribute to their happiness comfort and convenience and which they may have by
I nimpfy cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound sealed
1 packages (which it the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold).
WOOLSON SPICK CO. TOLEDO OIUO.
f iiowns and it 1ms tho jreat ad-
vnntiiiro of being carefully ex
iiiiiiuul iim found unci ruslrutm
n Us oMict urmticeiuont. Tho
urn of tho queen had been
ruluM) nil by tho lir.-l plunder
Mrs and laid In a hole in tho wall
if tin- tomb; there it had remain
(I uoiilci'tod bv tho four lur-les
in undent and modern limes
ho had successively cleared
ml the lomb Ex
SANTA l-'H Sli:OIAIi It AT HS.
National Woman's Christian
IViupciauce Union Ft Worth
I'ex . Nov. 15th to L'Oth. One
Hire phiM 10 percent for round
trip on sale Nov. 14th and loth
limited to return Nov. t2Und.
i'lciity ut Duor in Oklahoma
William .1. Martin who lives
lb miles southeast of town in
tho "bluett jacks" wus a caller
it our oflico Saturday says tho
Woodward. Okla Bullotiu. Ho
said thai ho was bothered nearly
to death by the deor destroying
nis Kntllr corn. They como into
i he Held in bunches of six or
eight and will eat and uostroy
feed enough In a few minutes to
feed a herd of cattle a week.
They have eaten about 400 nice
In rge watermelons for blin and
completely stripped u bean
patc'a. They are so tamo thai
ho can got within tlfty foot of
them. No matter how trouble-
lome they become a mau must
not kill them; thoy are protected
by the law which is strictly on
forced in this section of tho
territory Wo hardly think
hough that Mr Martin would
lot one come up and bite him.
We would certainly be justified
in shooting it in self dofenso
I GEO. L. ABBOTT 1 ' . j
1 vcipnt for ' THE LEADING LIVE STOCK M
M i'ASTEim ulack- COMMISSION MERCHANT of
m "mvaccimb. the GREAT CONCHO COUNTRY m
52j If iou have atitutuK to noil Hit it wltn tin-. rg
KH If you wish to miy cnll or arlto rue. Br
H OllUro with J. S Mllo-.. SfN ANGELO TEX. $ '
i 1 1
T L.CLARK :$
3 . i
ev mi 10.000 year- ag
I't'tiie has gum'
i 'i t..ch.n'
u....i ...".I.. ..oi.i.wi m .nn- ill. rudoly shuiiod as to provi
tructii.ouul founder ot the tir.-t the potters wt.o -I tirst of human
E imuii dwiasu. and traced inventions was not vet known
out the very oetrinmngs of H.e ' h-n theic are oti er plaios jars
art of writing tii.dii.g loo. Hit-. l"s wh""1 "lines 1-mvc
.-wilier tutWuf all the arts be that tl.oyweio moulded upon
-mimig with iMitary . l'11' wl7L -M'-tnl comes into
. " .. . 'u-. ; hard stone is cut into orna
rue moM nt. re nnir of l. . d
fe8sor Feme's d.sco ene vm d
Mt ..... he record of le hfe .. j d s m) s
the people of thi earl.e-.t i. me h f
in tl.f.ir toiiibs lMr. u uuidi In d (). some othop mrd
u. the if yptiuus behese! -a t h
u e ut ...e wiin vj . uc . who hollow
of ttie life on earth ; ' ' J llUt son)e oi these vases on
cord.ngly built tln-r to. b.ui;ior sM
alee then-ho... and I placed marks of thetuttiny
thoe tomb the el . ng lKh eI10ll8
'aijii oriiuiufii" in m;ii in'- .-
How Tiier'Dranh Beer and Wine and
Peasted 7000 Years Ago.
Tho latest discoveries of Piof.
Flinders Pevric at Abdo- in
Eyypt show Ub ow men and
women lived and loved ate and
dressed 7000 years ago Thse
discoveries put the exUtence oi
civilization thousand of yeuis
5D')foro the date ot tho crntion
inserted by Archbishop U-hf r
into tho Bible That date was
4004 B. 0.
For the past two yi.wi Pi of.
W M. Fliudors I'etrie has been
aard at work in Abjdos known
to be one ol the mo.-t 'indent
sites in all R-'ypt. digging umid
Tombs of kings and their ub
jects who vtiuisheu from eaith
Hi a lime so distant that it
antedates all pteviou.-ly known
Tho discoveries which lie Ins
made confirm the groat wjiIc
done by the expedition ot the
University of Pennsylvania to
Nippur. The dating of somt- ol
tlio inscriptions totind at Nippur
has been considered exaggerate
3d in some quarters tor Profes-
sor Hilprecht has aligned dates
running buck war I s 000 and
even 9.000 yeai
Now that ProtosMir Peiric has it ib aluK.sl like looking in upon
round monumouK of au od- the living moiiiud.ti and their
vanced civili.tiirvi wnioh he i& faithful utH'uduoth of 7 000 ei is
compelled to due bick to at 'ago to si utly their tombs Wt
least 7.000 yenr airo. ery ktrnw tniit ilny ate not oul
scholar is foici-d t ailunt that wheal and daK. but 'he fle-h ot
Hilpiecht is piobihh co reet. on. itaze'ln 'iud other aiiituals
and man lived on earth '.I.OOu o- J'oi the om.es ol these uiiiiiiiiIm
are found in llio Kiinbs
Here are Ihe earthen plates so
J I HUFFMAN
HUFFMAN & CLARK
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS.
Ollltv on OlmUioinii
Sttuct ttext to Pre
Deeds jio Mort
goges drawn up by
Handle AU Classes
of Live Stock
Will Kender and Pay Taxes on Lands. Will Soouro
Tenants Collect and Remit Uotits. Have Small and Largo
Tracts of Land For Sale. Special attention given to town
"jffc Established 1082 cosrsspondence soucueo
Sao This AildresH.
.1 V Clay Glotfolty Luuark
HI Highest prices paid for
.... ......i . fl... ..v....tl m i t. ihe very navemems
UMMieieatter Ujll'1f' mldc' af '""se colored
T . .. - . marble not native to Kgypt.
From in.cr plion ft n.l "i r()V0 lhlll in .is early day the
other par.- o hgypt a ... u"K h(U prtvressed so fftr
been Known that 'P' ;'' ' ttS ?t import ;!lirios from afar
ry attach d to Abdos a I Ik- !t Ja pn.nilive life but it
tiuriul place i.r the god- of Ims d if what wo call modern
U.K Os.n.. On this account we nHmMIMs They dmnk boor
niiaomtMuroiiii.iM. ind winGllntl fuufaled olh0 Ilc.
.from all parts ot Iwjut .OII11MinSmoll of misic in old
Xbjtlos ' Ktrypt if we aie to believe the
In these tombs are ?o many nobtiiuony of the pictures upon
iiiviiiwiuio ji mi- up "" ""j n iiio wai s oi ir.e lomus
The San Angclo Press
is in position to give
clubbing rates to any
paper you may desire.
Wc append prices of a
few of those most pre
fcrrcd in this section.
URIAH G. TAYLOR
REAL ESTATE. SURVEYING
AND FIRE INSURANCE
Will buj aud soli lands on coiiiiiiliUin. Will survey
classify and report on v.iluo of luiid. Will ronder and pay
taxes on InndH. Will fewmo toimnts. eolkrt and remit ronta.
Hh lnf('o or Htnall tracts foi'Hiiluor Irase. Una kiwcIuI bar-
(jnlns In town lota. Will Insure your property In tho
beHtaud most liberal companies doiu imsiuettri in thu United
States. Will furnish free to nil parties putting property
In my liandu a map of cltyor county dusl;nutiiig property
with gonurnl iluhcrlptlwi. OUviuu written nuthoi ity to tako
I'htirRv of same
Ofllce U. G. Taylor block I SAN ANGpLO tpvAS
up stalr.s Chadbourne st bAN anuelo TEXAS
Now York Clipper
Gal or Dal. News
Houston Post 2 25
Memphis Appeal 2 20
Atlanta Journal 2.00
Atlaula Constitution 2.00
The Commoner 2.00
San Antonio Express 2 20
St. Louis Republic 2.25
Farm and Ranch 2.25
Columbus Ledger 2.00
m. I L.
Vllow oftn do" wo hear tin remarks "I would Ito
anythiuff to bo rid of thla sour Btomach." Pt-ople ailllcU-d
in thU way ought to use Ithwns Tabulew. Their osporienco
would bo us gratlf yhig ua that of u houwwlfe 11 vlng ot. YuteH
Mich. who writer: "For about llvo or nix yi-ars 1 liiwo
tweu troubled with sour and weak atoniach and for eeb
ntatlinuit Heeiued n 'hough tharo wu vlnej; in my
Htomach. ItwMHoroand very HoiiHitive and civoiy tiiuo
1 wa-s pu-gnant I -wa sick to luy HtonmiU all tho tiiuo. I
had to wean my babies bowiuso my atomarli avuh sour and
it affected thorn. The smell of tho food tnudu mo ick
aud doctors' mcdlclno only relieved mc for a uhoit time.
My Btomach boamo bo weak that I could not eat solid food.
For three or four weeks I lived on egg-uogg und now milk.
I raid an advertisement of Hlpans Tubules for Btomach
troubles and nont for it sample nirton. At lliflt I thought
they did not do mo any good; my utomach was pour after u
hearty meal just tho nmo but I did not giro up and wheu
my carton was gono my stomnrii was a mun i)ciw;r. i
obluinod hiok ajid havo la' en thuiu oor slncu und I urn
j tm. MiahlM mih1 ifc.mna vntiu w w wy
SSSf ui J Rntlfli! Wl" Cu C. nw .
Kntilt. f l
Tho men and women of that
. distant day were much like the
men and women of tho piosent.
i even in their vanities. Beads of
I clay ai d glass of stone and
metal aro found in countless
I numbers. Hero are ivory and
I wooden instruments usod by tho
'women for coloring brows and
! eyelids with fashionable red or
bltiok. Here are razors of primi
tive shape scissors and hairpins
I that served their purpose at
; least in their day und gonoration.
Their jewelers would rival
some ol tho best of modern
iintisans with ihe master-pieces
'of their art bracelets of bronze
I cunningly twisted into writhing
jserpants astonishing alloys of
I silver gold copper and brass.
I These bracelets wore worn by
I betrothed rnon and women.
1 Glass was known and used even
I for the artistic inlaying of wood
tin beautiful pal terns.
I Oi Zer tho successor of
l Menes the ustonishing lind is
the forearm of Ins queen still in
wiappings. with four splendid
biacelets intact. One is a series
of ligures of the toyal hawk
perched on tho tomb thirteen
ligures in cast and chased gold
alternating with fourteen carved
in turouoisu. Tho second brace
lot is of spiral beads of gold and
lazuli in three groups. The
third bracelet is ol four groups
ol hourglass beads amethyst bo-
Iwoen gold with connections of
gold and turquoiao. The fourth
has a centerpiece of gold copied
from tho rosotto seed of a plant
with amethyst and turquoiao
beads and bunds of braided gold
wlro. This brilliant and ox-
quisitely finished group or jewel-
ry shows whut a high lovel was
already attained tit tho beginning
of the First Dyuasty. It is
2000 years older than tho Jewel-
ry of Dahshur the oldost yet
4 ALL -THE GO.
&' San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer. yL?
1& SId by X
LAWRENCE GUTHALS. Agent 1
J&L San Angclo Texas. -ig
A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a bad
stomach a bad digestion a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure con-
stipation biliousness dys-
pepsia sick headache.
23c. All JruegUt.
Want your inoutUilm r l"ril boiutUul
l.rown or rich bl k? Ihrnue
t Ctl. OrO.KMII p.. P. HUIC.. Hy-M.
E. i JETT
Groceries Grain and Hay.
In the Post on Sonora Road.
Give u a trial and we will sell you goods as cheap as
cau be tiad We aim to please.
H Sonora and Son Angelo
I MAIL EXPRESS & PASSENGER LINE
fur graduate! fcr tuition refunded W'l"-
a onto .or cIu1wth nd special olfer
LoulKlllt. Kj. MoMgomerr."-
tlnutton. Ten. Columbui Oa
Mehmon4Vi. Birmingham. Ala. Jjcktonvllle. Fla-
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
1. t ill ftft.r Irll Al .f
Cniu!l4l..n tr.ft.iftl or bf usilt Ir.tli.. ti4
TKI.tl. IKITTI.I' KUI'.lt
U Fil ..i tni wbu J f l!rMr ctlr B 4"ll.rj
lliiwlifl I i It.M. Hbft.tl. 1 I IV IfllN
n.Miii ii.i i u im.it.H.ui.iMK.i...
931 Arch ttrett. HnlUdctphli. r.-.i.i nil.
Single Trip $-4.00.
Tickets for lale at .1 VV Kuoiiur. Sonora; CViitrul Oruj.' Stom Aiiki'Io
i Stat;o loavus Sonora t a in. arrive at Sim Anolo ."t p. m. Ixiiivo
JSai Angolo 7 a. m. arrives ut Sonora II p. ni. Stugo inaken through
trips ovory lity Sunday uxcopteu. Good Fast Tuama Comrortjbln
S TOM and WILL SAVELL Props.
Ft Worth & Rio Sranda Railway Co
Contains a Rolloblo Rooorcf
of all tho Evor.ts In tho
WORLD OF SPORTS.
M.tfO A YEAR. 8IH0L0 OOPY. lOOtd.
for 8alo by all NowBdealer.
8AMPL.E COPY FREE
AtidrQsa NBW YORK OUPPKR
Thu shorlaat and moat
dh cut routt. from all
North and Last.
Close t'OnuoctlonH mudu
nt Hrownwood with to
and fiotn Sun Ancolo
mid in termed I uto polntn
The best route
tor Uie Stock
To nun kol
Live aioon -r --
mkot. Tlmo and uxponbo saved to imssonjjur and shippers over thU
. For Information nitfurdlnir rateH etc. applj or addiooa
L. U. COMKK G V. A-. I A Port Wcuth. Toxas.
Colorado Kwrinorh ProaponitiH.
Tho farmors of Colorado wore
never so prosperous as tlioy nre
tins yonr. Thoy havo had largo
crops and have rocoivod srileii-
did prices lor their products.
With potatoos brhiRhij from 100
to ?ir0 per acre; cantalones $200
per ticrfi; fruit horn $200 to 8600
per ucre; hay from 80 to $50
per ucre and otbor crops jn pro
portion tho farmer that will uot
ho able to put usida a few dol-
lars in tho bunk is certainly &
poor inunaer. Of course thd
drouth in Kansas and tho Mis-
souri river country helped but
the Colorado fanner is uble to
tniiko onds meet ovory year. Vi
rigation is the Bccrel. Donvot4
For cookins and hoatiti
Htovos see J & Milan.
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