The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, November 1, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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sot-D 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER
By the dritlk bottle or jug. The ri'.o is reason-
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.You Can Get Team Like this at the
BrlcK Front Livero and Feed Stable.
San flnaelo Texas. J. W. ELLIS. Proprietor.
I nm Agent for
and Fort Worth Keg
Uamllc Soda Water and 'Idcr. I
Beat in the Market.
Ranches unci Lands for sale in large and small
bodies at low prices and upon reasriiinblaieims.
San Angelo. Te.xas.
We run good covered hacks daily between San Ange- Sg
lo and Robert Lee. Through trip S2.00; round trip. 'i.00. fig
c Make connections with all out-going trains. fig
I PERRY & RILEY. 1
First anfl Last cuance Saloon
The only Suburban resort in San Angelo.
Ice Gold Beer Ale Soda Pop and Gloars.
A nice jlace to drink talk and have your fun.
COME TO SEE ME.
1 West of new bridge DT0L
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Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
REGULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels
Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood
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We got about four emigrant
cars a day set oil at Miles. At
this rate our country is bound
to till up soon.
M. K. Walker was badly hurt
at Prairiehlll last week. A man
by the name of Smith put a head
J. E Puncher took 200 head
of cattle to Keith ranch this week
to pasture 'at 50 cents per nonth.
How is that for grass?
S. M. Weaver bought 28 acres
of the Boy kin uddition this week
He suys he had just as well own
the town as anybody.
Willie Voss spent Saturduy
night in Ballinger. His trips
down that way are getting too
frequent to be called business.
Louis Goothel of the Lootnis
ranch was in Miles this week
hauling out post to build a calf
pen for Loomls to fatten 000
calves. Loo in is knows how to
make the cattle business pay.
Miss Kate Glober returned
homo yesterday after a short
visit to the Misses Thiele. Miss
Theresa accompanied her homo
and will spend a few days in Bal.
linger. We see a vounir man
looking. down that way and sigh-
ing. We think ho will buy a
ticket Sundfi .
You ought to see Tom Curry
these hot days with a newspa-
per trying Ms new chimney
without any tire. He says it
wont draw much.
W. J. Parmer has taken out
the partition and enlarged his
house and business in general
and $ now ready to entertain
and interest you.
D. N. Williams and family
sturted for Concno county Sun-
day whore they will take charge
of a bunch of sheep recently pur-
chased. They intend locating in
some little town and placing
them on the range near by.
where Mr. Williams can see to
them during the winter.
Miss Sue Smith was before
the Teachers Board of Exumin-
ers last Friday and Saturday
and stood a very creditable ex-
amination. MENARD MEWS.
Pasture men are getting very
tired of depredations committed
by stockmovors. When a few of
the roving herdsmen are round-
ed up lined and jailed others
muy take warning; but not till
Last year there were but very
fow cotton pickers to be hail
here; but now owing to the
drouth in the surrounding coun-
ties they are here in large num-
bers. The editor and family Mrs.
J. B. McKnight Miss Helen
Latham and the Misses Wilkin-
sons are taking in the San An-
tonio fair. Enterprise.
Kansas City Oct. 20. The
Angora goat was brought more
prominently before the public
yestorciay afternoon than ever
before in the history of the
breed when Pasha Columbia
which had taken the first prize
for buck of any ago sold undor
the hammer at .1050 to Mrs.
M. Armor of Kingston N. M.
The owners woro O. P. Bailey iSj
Son of San Jose Cal. The bid-
ding was spirited and was chief-
ly between Dr. J. It. Stanley
of Piattoville. Iowa chief
inspector of the American An-
ora Goat Breeders' association
und Mrs. Armor. For a whilo
the excitement was intense und
the probabilities aro that Pasha
Columbia would havo brought
more money hud not Dr. Stand-
ley discovered ho was bidding
against a woman. His gallantry
was such that as soon as he as-
certained that Mrs. Armor was
determined to havo the California
buck ho courteously ceased bid-
ding. Tho newownor of Pasha
Columbia has been a goat fancier
for 14 years and owns 800 head.
For all kinds wo pay thu
J. E. Tully & Co.
14 Maidon Lane N. Y
A nice line of Parlor Lamps ut
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fact always fresh in your memory:
For Cuts Mushes and all Open Sores yon
iiocd only to apply
flfyexican flfyuslan inimenl
a fow times and tho Korcnuss and intlniiiuiatioii will
lw conquered and the wounded llosh healed.
To got the best results you should saturate a piece
of soft cloth with the liniment and bind it upon the
wound as you would a poultice.
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Irrluotlon Dor at San Antonio.
Laredo had' an exhibit the
larger portion of it being ob-
tained from tho wugous of the
truck gurdnors as they came to
market all of which was raised
by irrigation and whore no rain
had fallen in sixteen months.
There were white and wux
Bermuda onions Mexican Juno
corn. Chili poppers vineless
yams lima beans cabbage cu-
cumbers tomutoes. okra yams
irish potatoes turnips beets
carrots egg plant corn green
peas snap beans caullllowor.
radishes lettuce squash sweet
pepper spinach tigs and sugar
beets. It simply made an ex
htbit" which rivaled the main
agricultural one. and without a
doubt was one of tho linest ever
made or seen in Texas as it was
interspersed with quite a num-
bor of llowors and varieties of
fruits which included two im
monse banana plants which at-
tracted the attention of all
T. C. Nye of Laredo delivered
a short but very pointed ad-
dress He told what results he
had with irrigation He said he
had had no rain on his place in
10 months yet he had raised
three crops of corn two crops
ot tomatoes and had irathered
147000 pounds or onions from
seven measured acres of ground
on which ho realized tho neat
little sum of &J400. On some of
these seven acres as much as
81500 pounds wore raised while
on others only 10.000. fert za-
tion making the difference.
Ho further suited that they
had failed to induce factories to
locate with them but in irriga-
tion tboy possessed something
mat surpassed factories and
soon they expected to see thou-
sands of small farms within ton
miles of Laredo.
What has been done at Laredo
can be accomplished at San An-
gelo und we aro simply allowing
our opportunities to pass un-
noticed. SDecial Offer.
The Press hus made arrange
ments with the publishers of
Tho Life of Wm. McKinloy"
for copies of that work and can
furnish it to subscribers with
ft yearly subscr ntion to The
Press for $200 book bound in
cloth or for $2.25 for book bound
in half morocco. Tho book is
an excellent history of tho life
of our martyred president and
is selling at $1.50 and $2.00 per
volume has ovor 500 pages and
05 beautiful half tono portraits
and scones depicting the lifo of
this great man.
From my place on Pecan
Creek" 15 miles from San Ange-
lo Sopt. 15 1901 ono red bull
Durham and Hereford grudo
branded an ArrowR on left hip
unmarked. Will pay $2.50 re-
ward for delivery to my place.
San Angelo Toxas.
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CresectiH Hi-oko Another Bar.
Kansas City. Mo. Oct. 25
Cresceus king of trotters broko
the world's mile record for a
half mile track yesterday at tho
Kansas City driving club's park
going tho distance in 2:00 and
clipping just one-quartor of a
second off the best previous rec-
ord in ado by him at Toledo two
weeks ago. Ho made tho new
record in his very first trial.
The time by quarters; .823 1 :04.1
The track was fast and tho
weather conditions were perfect.
Fully 8.000 persons witnessed
Llboralltv ot'thoLowlv IiHciilc:
The offer recently mud a by
Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage that
he would be ono of fifty men to
contribute $1000 each to tho
Sione ransom fund looks ex-
tremely niggardly coming froin
the source it does. Here is a
disciple of the Nazarene who by
promulgating His teachings
makes something over $50000 u
I year offering in the neighbor
hood ol a weeks income toward
saving the life of a co-'vorkor.
It is perhaps a good thing that
tho Lord called him to tho minis-
try. If Ho had called him to
something with more work and
less money in it He. might have
boon calling yet. Houston Post.
Shippers Receive the Verdict.
Austin Toxas. October 24.
Tho jury in tho case of Houghton
& Wobb vs. the Gulf Colorado
& Santa Fe the Missouri. Kan
sas & Texas and tho Fort Worth
& Rio Grande railroads on trial
the past two duys in tho district
court returned a verdict this
morning of about $4500 in favor
of the plaintiffs.
The petition asked for $9000
damages alleging negligence on
the part of the defendant com-
panies in caring for a shipment
of cattle over their roads from
San Angolo Texas to Caney
Wo have what you want and
you havo what wo want bo call
around and wo canmako a trade
Our lino ot Staple and Fancy
Orocorioa aro nt) nice fresh
cheap and complete as the mar
Wo also carry Corn Oata
rtran and Hay.
Will dollver all orders prompt-
ly and freo of charge
Wo solicit a portion of your
H. Smith &
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Hottest Tlncc ou Earth-
The hottest region on the
earth's surface is on the south-
western coast of Porsia on tho
bordor or the Persian gulf. For
forty consecutive days in tho
months of Juiy and Auirust
tho mercury has been known
to stand above 100 degrees in
the shade night and day and to
run upas high us 180 degrees
In tho middlu or tho urteruoot:.
At Bahrein in tho center of
tho most torrid belt as though
it were nature's intoutioti to
make tho place as unboarablous
possible water from wells is
something unknown. Great
shafts havo been sunk to a
depth of 100. 200. 800 and oven
500 feet but always with tho
BtiiLo result no water. This
serious drawback notwithstand-
ing a comparatively numerous
population contrives to live
thore. thanks to conlous snrlnL's
which burst forth from tho bot-
tom of tho gulf moro than a
tntlo from tho shore
Tho water from those springs
is obtained in a most curious
and novel manner. "Machu-
doros" (divers) whoso solo oc-
cupation is that of furnishing
thopeoplo of Bahrein with tho
lifo-giving lluid repair to that
portion of tho gulf whom the
springs aro situated und bring
awuy with thorn hundreds' of
bags full of tho water each day.
Tho water of tho gulf whoro the
springs burst forth is nearly
200 feet deep but these macha-
doros manage to till their goat-
skin sucks by diving to tho
bottom and holding tho mouths
of the bags ovor the fountain
jots this too without allowing
tho salt water of tho gulf to mix
Tho source of those subma-
rine fountains is thought to be
in tho hills of Osmond 400 and
500 miles away. Boinjr situated
at the bottom of tho gulf it is a
mystery how they wore ever
discovered but the fact remains
that they have been known since
tho dawn of history.
White's Uroam Vermifuge re-
moves tlio unhealthy tissue up-
on which worms thrive; it brings
and quickly a healthy condition
of body whoro worms cannot
exist. Price 25 cents.
Gov. Candlor of Georgia was
very emphatic in his declaration.
A visitor handed him tho follow-
ing editorial by Editor Pendleton
of the Macon Telegraph:
"God sot up tho barrier be-
tween tho races. No president .
of this or any other country can
break it down.
"A dinner given by one man
lo another in the home and pri-
vacy of his family means that
the guest or his sou may woo and
win the host's daughter.
"When the ono man is a white
man and tho other black it means
that there is but one moro step
to.mitscegnation a sin fuland wil-
ful breaking of God's plain law.
"The news item which came
from Washington and was print
ed in yesterday's Telegraph told
a sad story for our country. We
shall hear more ot this.'
The governor read it aloud to
those present and said:
"It is true ovory word of it.
We will hear moro from it. It
will bring on 'rape' and 'lynch-
ing' and 'bloodshed' and 'riot.'
But" ho added "like the old
woman said about the man kiss-
ing the cow -every one to his
"To expect anything from
Roosevelt because ho was half
southern was all bosh.
"Tho people bred in that at-
mosphere up there aro taught
to hate the southern people. Re-
publicans and democrats aliko
with a fow exceptions' among the
democrats who are broad-mind
ed enough to comprehend tho
situation in tho south and brave
enough to defend her course"
Dain hay carriers (Go Devils)
An intelligent crop rotation
should always be selected and
rigorously adhered to upon
every farm but no iron rule
be laid down that will iVjpy to-
all cases. Howoyol.( SOtno crop
of tho leiftmlllous family should
as a rule como into cop rotation
once in five or six years as it
possesses tho power of restorin"
tho fertility to tho soil in a de-
gree that no other crop does.
Most leguminous crops aro pay
lug in thomsolves and they aid
greatly in keeping up tho nitro-
gen supply in tho soil without
going to tho oxpeuso of buying
it in commercial fortilizo'r.
Some varioties of clnvm. onm
peas soja beans etc. will usual-
ly succeed well ouough to
warrant raisini? Afrinniinvni
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