The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1, Friday, December 20, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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The San nngelo Press
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NCKKH4M Smith H 0 I'sikoks
SMITH A PARSONS
BAM WWU) TKX Deo 20 li0l
Subscription per vcar 5.50
Arrives 1:20 a. m.
Leaves 4.00 p. in.
Leaves . .
Mirmitigham Ala. Doc. 9
Thirty-nino prisoners serving
sentences for minor crimes es
caped from Ilia south side city
jail between !! und 1 o'clock yes-
terday uftornoon by digging
through u 10 inch brick wall with
pocket knives. Five of llioso
who jscapod wore captured yes-
terday. Tl.ecaltlomon naturally regard
President Roosevelt us one of
them because he has wiolded the
lariat and branding iron and
knows personally of the joys
the hardships and fatigue of
life on the ranch and range. It
is presumed that once having
been a ranchman in the West
Colonel Itoosovolt understands
the cattle business and that lie
sympathizes with needs and the
iispiratu ns of the cattlemen. It
will doubtless be particularly
gratifying to the President to
know thai ho is held in such af-
fectionate osl com by tin) slock
men of the expansive West.
Queer how a case of whiskey
Can give a man a crooked
And how n" crooked candidal1.!
Can win his racoon whiskey
Or how a Texas Newspaper
Can write after he lias hit a
' can" Clarigo Stpck Farm.
Even religion scorns to bo got
ting too good for common people.
' Along this lino the Christian Ob-
server suites that a certain dis
trict in Now York City has dou
bled in population in 20 years
and Unit from Ihe same district
in that time 10 churches have
been removed to mote fashion
able localities The tendency of
the churches latterly seems to
be to turn the poor people ol the
cities over to the Salvation Army
or the devil. In other words if
a man is too poor to puj and the
Salvation Army cau'l save him
or nothing let him go lo hell.
Well il floomff Unit way in
wore places than New York
There is getting to lie too much
.attention p'lid to dress head
gear and te bu in the fashion
Sinco It lakes DIM) ouor po
plo to m ilce dum rich one i'.
is evident I ho re are no end of
people who feel out of place and
not at home in the various houses
of worship. They me not made
to feel welcome ami .vheu it
comes to Christians being icoog-
ni.'.ed by their mouii and lowly
juiiiiiners wo at present wou'd
not know how to describe 'uch
a class of people if called upon to
furnish such a d'scritior
Ketp the die t Inck anil thro.it w arm nnd there
will le Utile il.wL'.rol cold coughs pneumonia
diet orlunj; tim.lil.i.
FROST KING &!y
MiOE OF ClUmOl! LIKED WITH Fltl
FROST QUEEN SffiSiVU
MADE OF CIIIHOli COUDEO WITH FUMEl
III tit DDTEREkT COLORS
Tiff r vets n made In Itrrp theentlteuppM-nop
Oon ol ihc bmly warm Wie Kirn-it chut and buck.
'I lirvhuM Ihc heat til tho hody and keep nut the cold.
AVoen jbilcs do not l'Ivo rtcurlty In dunging
illinitct.. CliitiiiiltiliHSl It lMhel(coldrcsUter
known. Tkeso irrniiits will keep )ou will and
help you enjoy the Inter dy.
lUduby Bnucr & Black Chicago u. s.a
For Salo Hy
Concho Drug Store
San Angclo Texas.
Mail orders promptly filled. Send
lmsl or chost measure. i
Has a Precious Punch Dowl
Mrs. Wildes P. Walker or
Kennebec Mo. has In her pos-
session ono of the most famous
punch bowls in the Slate of
Maine. Her late husband made
his homo for many years at the
Astorhousoand had the bowl pre
sented to him The elder Stetson
rathorof the famous proprietor of
the Astor house in years gone by
kept un old-fashioned inn in the
town of Salem. It was a place
where Hawthorne and his kindly
spirits used to delight to gather
so when Lafayette visited Amer-
ica and decided to Include Salem
among the lowns he honored
with his presence ho was invited
to bo a guest at this inn For
his reception an Imported punch-
bowl was ordered. It is a mag-
nidcient ono of old Dutch blue
china. In keeping with the bowl
is a ladle which is of solid silver
and holds enough punch to fill a
glass The lirst glass of punch
sorved from this bowl was hand
od to Lafayette on the occasion
of his visit to Salom and since
that time oiany are the famous
mon who have quenched Lhoir
thirst from it.
CHRISTMAS CANDIES AT
J. II. SMITH & CO.
IJIanko Bros and Duorlor's
box candies aro tho proper tiling
for presents wo have them at
20(5 00c 7f $1 and upwards.
Come and see them before buy-
ing. .1. II Smith it Co.
Freedom for Professions.
Mexico City Dec. 11. A f tor
a prolonged discussion lasting
several davs. I lie Lower llouso
of Congress has annroved a bill
providing for tho free oxorciso
of all professions Tho vote
stood 7(5 to 00
Thoio had boon a heated
debate on this matter and regu-
lar physicians lawyers etc.
holding diplomas have generally
boon opposed to the measure
though many look a liberal posi-
tion and favored a new law.
Whqn tho Chamber of Deputies
had adjourned tho crowd seized
Don Pablo Macedo the chief
advocate of thh measure in
their arms and bore him in
triumph to his carriage while a
crowd of opponents of tho
measure went to tho oflico of tho
El'Imparcial a nowspapor ad-
vocate of free exorcise of all
professions and shouted death
to El Imparcial und had finally
to be dispersed by the pohee.
Tho Senate has a similar
measure before it and it is ex
pected will approve it
TIKES SET AT MITCHELL'S.
Wagon tires aro put on by the
cold shrinkage process at $2.00
per .sot don't burn up your
wheel John M. Moody is in
charge at H. II. Mitchell's
Mlaoksmith and Carriage Works
Genuine Eclipse mills without
any imitation or frill attach-
ments at Hagelstoin's
Mr. Win. L Muck Ft. Me
Kavett Texas says: The possi
bilitios of the Angora are. in my
opinion very great and 1 shall
bo very much surprised if wo do
not make gi eater improvement
in it than in the old Spanish
Merino sheep I believe eight
pounds per head will be a very
common average shearing with
in the next low years if not
more This may seem to be an
exaggerated opinion but 1 would
remind the reader that we have
many individual wethers and
bucks that shear from 12 to 18
pounds at tho present time and
doe's from ( to 10 pounds at the
present time and we havo hard-
ly made a beginning. We aim
to mako tho American Angora
goat superior to any othor in the
world and 1 venture to predict
timl it will bo but a fow years
before it will be so recognized
by our competitors and that
South Africa and Turkey will bo
ending hero for the "American
The IwHt tinie to euro pain I when
on llrat feci it. Always hao a bot-
ilo of fJooeh's (Juick Roliuf in tho
house Curon oxtornal or internal
pain and cost only 25 oontd. Cnroa
I'l-unipii and t-olk'.
The cattle roping at Oona on
Dec. 25lh promises to bo tho
most hotly contested exhibition
with tho lariat ever boforo
shown in the western metropolis.
The following exports with tho
macato havo agreed to ontor up
to dato: Ilawley Allen J N.
llowitt. Fred Baker Sam and
Kirby Nutt Lee Wilson aud W.
S.Talbortof San Angelo; Bert
Weir .ind Billio Sohrimshiro of
Garden City; John Boils of liar-
ris Bros. 07 ranch j John McLtiin
and Sam Murray of Pecos
PflR UARMCCC nnilPniMIn finrrs Mnlcnn Mustang MnU
run nHillluOO niont NJmt ivlmt jon nowl. It takes effect
ut otKc and you will bo astonlsho! to rco how quickly It heal gorus.
It's this way :
Yott can burn yourself with Fire with
Powder etc. or you can scald yourself
with Steam or I Lot Water but there is
only one proper way to cure a burn or
scald and that is by using
It gives immediate relief (let a jiioro of soft old
linen cloth Maturate il with this liniment and hind
loosoly upon the Mound. Ymi can Inivo no iideqiinto
idea what an excellent remedy tlii-s is for a burn until
you have tried it.
AFflWI TIP if iiu Iwimmi lilnliilllli'ti-il ultli Komi nr nny
I UllL III yiur poultry illxcnsu lin 3IiIciiii Aliutling
Jjliilinciit It id (alio I ii htandaiid remcily I iv iiuultry lnvtilvw.
A. J. BAKER & CO.
A. J. BAKER Iht I'ri'slduni ut this ImnU Ims Ihtii u rcshlint clttran n( han
Aimdo lor 18 L-iip Ilu wnt "iininlssliniT of the 'icni-ral I.itil Oillui'of Toxn (in
(Dlir yt-urs It uull known us il Mi(r mill coiisituiIIh' luinkcr
We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons.
Moneys loaned on Conservative Basis
Dallas Tex. The Texas &
Pacific mil) oud company re-
ceived an order fiom m Ausre-
los Cal . for 'J00 servant girls
waitreshos and others at salaries
ranging from S?f2fi to !f-10 per
mouth The only condition im
posed is dial the girls -.mill pay
their own fare to Los Angeles.
This is done to protect 'employ
ors. there boing no guarantee
that the .servants will work after
arriving if thoir faro is paid by
the hotel people The local rail
road people say they are unable
to oven partly till itio order as
the servant girl (pieoiion i-
bothering Texas as well as iln-
ICast and West.
Tlif Sonora M ail a n d
Stage Line running from
San Aniroln to Ohristoval IC'do
rado and Sonora A :ood pay
mg business consisting of .'5
hacks 10 head ol good horseo
three double sets nl harness and
all tlu nocossury
Will bo sold
cheap for cash Address
Tom k Wir.i. Savi:i.
A'tntK I'OK U'.MIJAOO.
W. '. WiHtitinson. of Ainhii
Vii. Hay: "bor moro tlmn it your
I HUlTcrcil from Luinlm-io. 1 llnullj
tried Chninbprltdn's Pain Malm and
it go iut entire relief wlileli nil
otlior reinoilles Juul f tilled to do."
Sold by the Central Drug Store.
1 SG GALLUP SADDLERY
5 nUECJl-O COLO.
The GalliiD Saddle.
J. S. miLES Agent
f Has just received 15 sad -
2 dies of abovo make also
threo sidosaddlesand three
Z boy's saddles made by same
oy sumo g
you to 9
9 people tie invites
S call und see thorn.
S Mnkera of
A Chnncc to go Home.
For your Oih ristmns and Now
Year is offered by tho Texas &
Pacific Railway Company. This
popular line which has always
been most prominent in handling
holiday excursions will sell
round trip tickets between all
points on their lino in Texas and
Louisiana and to points on other
linns in Texas on Dec L'.'Jrd. 21th
25th 'Jlhli and 151st. and .January
1st with a iiiial limit to return
as late as .laiiuary 8id. 1002 at
rate of fare and a third for the
round trip Al-o on Dec. 21st.
22nd and L'.'Jrd. will sell round
1 rip tickets to points in Illinois.
Wisconsin Wiunesola. Iowa
Kansas Missouri Arkansas
Indian and Oklahoma Territor
ies North and South D.ikot-i.
Nobiaska all southeastern
'states and to Denver Colorado
I Springs and Pueblo Colorado
.and to Mexico at tho rate of a
Mare and a third lor tho round
! t rip These latter tickets lo be
I "iniieu to return uu tiays irom
-date of sale. Choice of inviting
1 romes win oe ouereu aim overj
I politeness will bo shown and
i evory effort niiulo by our em-
ployees to see that p.itrons are
enabled to make tho trip pleas
anily. and our equipment cannot
For further information ad
dress E L Turner general pas
senger and tickot agent of tho
Texas and Pacific Railway Com
puny Dallas Tox.
in tho in tea
linos produces effects like those
of arsenic but Dr. King's New-
Li fo Pills expel tho poisons from
clogged bowels gontly easily
but suroly curing Constipation
Btlliousness Sick Headache
Fevors. all Liver. Kidnoy and
Rowol troublos Only 23c at .1.
W Harris & Co.
Capt. E. B. McBurnett will
ship about 1000 head of cattle lo
tho Territory from Sweelwater
Ho has secured pasturage and
feols perfectly safe if ho can
laud them at destination before
a bluo norther arrives. -Reporter
Praiso the bridge that carries
you over either a Hood or cough.
Ballard's Horohound Syrup has
brought so many ovor throat
and lung troubles such as
coughs colds bronchitis etc.
that its praisos aro sung every-
where. Price 25 and 50 cents.
For salo by J. W. Havris & Co.
Will fest the Locality of Inspector's
A slock mini by the name of
Turner with ranches in Run
ui'ls unuiily recently crushed
about 800 lieu! of cattle abuve
Cue qutuantiiH' Hue on certillcate
ol an lusnuctor but wro on
stcond inspection held up in
Uo'ward county as being infested
with ticks. Mr. Turner pio
poses so it is said to mane a
lest case of it. and the chances
ate that he will win It i a
Government rouulalion Mint all
catile musi bo inspected before
cios.sitig ihe line and ihis regu
lutiou lhat all cuttle must be
carriud out by the hiut ihn ugh
its live stock saiiiiury board ac-
cording to the pi'uelicmitioi
issued by the Cover: m s-iine
two months ago. If Mr ln-
tier's cattle woiofreo from i i-ks.
as his cortilteato showed to
what right or authoriiv ii""s
anoiher inspictor set lii ' d
clsion at naught? If they
ciossed tho hue free of tieKs it
is a seif evident fau thai ih
became infested after c os-inu
the lino The question ari-ts
then bus tho State or the (Jo-
ernnient the legal right to inter-
fere wilh them or compel ihe
owner to remove them below
the line? Again a question
w.iich will likely arise in U.e
trial of i liin caso is whether or
not tho State after permitluig
cattle to cross the line with a
clean bill ol health has the right
lo pliico l bom in quarantine
There is something wrong with
a system which poi mils a stock
mau to suffer r.evere tinaueial
loss after complying with the
requirements of the law If the
Slate or the Oovernmeiu is not
bound by the action of its
agents it i about lime the
stockmen below the lino were
lindiug it out The result of the
controversy will be looked for
ward to with no little interest bv
all stockmen and especially
those below tho lino
SAW DEATH NEAR.
"It often made m heurt
ache." writes 1. C. .Overshoot
of Elgin Tonn.. "to hear mv
wife cough until it seemed her
weak and sore lungs would
collapse. Good doctors said she
was so fin- gone wilh Consump
Hon that no medicine or earthly
help could save her. but a friend
recommended Dr. King's New
Discovery and persistent use of
Ihis excellent medicine saved
liorlife" It's absolutely guar-
anteed for Coughs Cold- Brou
chili- Asthma and all Throat
and Lung diseases. nOc and $1
ut .J W. Harris & Co. Trial
Mexican Hoot l'ills
Tli&tu pills costing only 2."i cent-t n
box aro tho liitodt vegetable iti--couuy
for cIuuh-iIiir lunovntintf.
htiuii.'thuning and n-ii Itititijr tin-
llvei and ho wo In Butler h'-alth in-
variiibl.v follow- thou us-
Tin- lro-s-. ofll -.' bit- .ion W'oik
llacks. flicks at lli-ilsi ii .
rile inc cores I'nes.:
Money lofunili-d if it -m-i- fitil
Antt-N'.'iii cures ( lilils and l'i i.
D .1 (4.t""ii w.cs in
Eidurai " ..iturda "itb
Ijitlei 'ii 'M'Hm Hid i-
eui i n'lg inuving un in
iha hf -t-i 'ii i
Wino of Cnrdui is tho guardian
of a woman's hoalth and happl-
nwi from youth to old ago. It
helps her safoly into womanhood
It sustains her during tho trials
of proguauoy childbirth and
motherhood making labor caiy
nnd preventing Hooding and mis-
oarriago. It gently loads her
through tlio liangcroua period
I known as tho chnng-o of life
i curci leucorrhma falling of tho
worab and monstrual Irregularity
In ovoi-y form It Is valuable in
ovory trying period of n woman's
life. It reinforces tho nervous
system acts directly on tho gonl-
I tal organs and h the finest tonic
for women known. Ask your
druggist for a $1.00 bottle of
Wino of Cardui
Datesvlllp Ala. July 11 1W0.
I am nslncr Wine of Cardal and Thod-
ford'i Illitk-Driueht and 1 foel like a
dllfewnt woman already. Several la
i dirs hern kep tbs medlolnoa In their
homo all the time. I have three glrli
and they are using- It wltn mo.
Airs AAin mtununn.
Vnr aiWIm. and llltrmturA. adlrcli. etTlnr
I ljlTH"m. "tlie U1I- Adrliorr l)epil-
mml". Tlie CMtunoona Midlcim Corapioy.
After He Comes 3
lie has a hard enough time. livery- J
ttliiitf tbat the expectant mother it
c in l- to help her child she should t
tin O ie of the greatest blessings j
nhecati gie him Is health but to
do this su must have health her-
self Sbesii'mld use every means J
toimprose her physical condition.
She shoii'd ! all means supply -
Mother's ' I
It will take her .
through the crisis
quickly It is a $
liniment which f
and vigor to tho
mon sense will J
show you L
stronger the 9
muscles arc. J
ulitch bear tho (J
strain tho less 9
pain tlicre will be. JJ
A woman living In Port Wayne J
I ml . s.iys: " Mother's 1'rientl did J
wonders for me I'raise God for sa-
vour liuitiii'tit " 9
Read tills from Huncl Cal S
' Mother's I'rlmid is a blessing to
nil woiiu it who undergo nature' JJ
ordeal of childbirth "
Cot Mntltcr's Friend ot tho
drug store. SI per bottlo. .
IIIL HltADIIEU) REGULATOR CO.
Jj Atlanta Ga.
2 Wrllt lornir lii-f llluttrn- ' Imak " Mefnr (t
77 lldliy U Horn
Savannah Oa . Dec 1 Mrs
CitlinriiiP O'Koefo. of this city
ha-i tippn nolitiP'' of thpproonoio
di'a'h of her hucband. David D
O'ICeef" a sen captain who has
linen ensMSTPd in the trade witii
'he Caiolino Islands Ho is said
lobavolefl an estate worth a
million dollars Ho was known
in the Oriental trade as "King
O'Kopfp." of Yap. tho inland
bieh he practicaly owned flo
was virtually the" king of the
natives ann had a uolitablo
trade in Hongkong Last Juno
he soul his wife 'a check for
lf00 from Hongkong where he
had disposed of a cargo of copra
and other native products. His
vessel has not been heard of
-ince il loft Hongkong. Mrs.
O'lveefo has takon steps to so
cure his estate.
For tiimilv use in numberless
ways Ballard's Snow Liniment
is a useful and valuable remedy.
Price. 25 and 50 cents. For sale
by J W Harrs & Co.
Z Cord Wood ij
Cr Cord Wood Sawi'd :j3
Cord Wood Sawed 2
Coll up phone 19 ?
1 6. H. RUST. 1
(LIMIT 30 DAYS)
ON SALE DEC 212223
1901 TO POINTS IN
not Ida Minnesota
Illinois No. Dakota
Iowa So. nakotii
Ktmttieky So. Oiu-ollnu
ICnniin No. Cai-ollna
I.oi'iil Holiday Mxouralon
tickets on sulo
Doe. i'i 24 2.-) 20 '!1 and
.Inn. 1 limited to
.Ian. .'I 1002
Seo.any Santa Fo Agnt
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