The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1, Friday, December 20, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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X Opon ...Everything New and First'dass. ...
! Water and lAvtrli- Llirlit :W
"WX r !
In Kvery Uooin.
Restaurant in Connection. s
JR5. C. LRNDON Proprietor
Hih OviIiti ami (.mine of till I.I111U In ipiiuih
Mnii S.V Hnrel.ll Dlnlnt' Hoiiin fi) I.iOli't
ItoouiH '.Pi rttiil 50 oi-nli
First and Last Giiance Saloon
Tho only Suburban resort in Sun Angelo.
ice Gold Beer Ale Soda Pop' and Glpars.
A nice place to drink talk anil liuvo your fun.
COME TO SEE ME.
TOL. H. DAWSON.
West of new bridge
on Beauregard. Ave
Sonoro one! Son Angolo
MftIL EXPRESS & PASSENGER LIMB
Tickuts (or snlont I. W. Ixci'iio Sonnm: ( I'turn" Uruj; Stoic Anirulo
Stugo Icuvu? Suuorn I 11. in. arrives at San Anyulo a )). in. Loaves
Sun AiiL'olo 7 a. in. arrlvo ut Sonorn H p. 111. Stage iii.iU'cm through
5 trips every day Suiulaj cMvpted. (iooil. I'a-t Teams Comfoi table e
! TOM and WILL SAVELL Props. S
f rom a
Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
REGULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels
Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood.
pURES Malaria. Biliousness. Constipation
w Weak Stomach and nm ingeson
Where will You Spend
Holiday excursions to points in the Mississippi alley and
Southeastern Slates. ()' her Territory to be announced
Tickets on sale December -1 22 and -.'5
1001 . liiuilod to 110 days for return at
Special Reduced traces
ugh Sleepers and cliaircars.
Diversity of Routes.
Consult Santa Fe local a gent. A. B Lo
per. or J. P. Wright P. A. Dallas; S. A
Kendig. P A Galveston; IJ Y Williams
PA. San Antonio; W S Kenan. G P .
J. S. McCoi)i)el)
Proprietor of the
4) San Anqelo Livery and
f Feed Stable.
;k San Angclo Texas
$fy (!oo(l tuanih Maggies and
i$ Iliiukri. Can wend out pic-
W nickors. or accommodate you
0) with any kind of conveyance
Ufa yon want.
Open Day and Night.
Oysters and Chili
always on hand.
Two door:! nbovo Preen Ollice
WOOL. TKAHB HBVIKW.
Boston. Mass.. Dt-o. 11 1 DO 1
The market continues to oc
cupy about the same position as
lvgnids prices feelings and
expectations for the future that
has been recorded for some
weeks jmst. Kvoiylhing is linn
at quoted prices; soft spots and
bargain counters are hard it
locate even for the most per
sisteut shoppers upon the
market and every one behoves
that the future can contain
nothing that shall bo of an un-
pleasant nature either for maim
facturer or Tor deiilo". The year
now drawing rapidly to a close
has been a not unpleasant one
for dealers and with many it
lias been a season of good
volume of business and pro-
ductive of good profit Nothing
astonishing in the way of speeu
lutive return has fallen to the
lot of any dealer No one has
made more than 'i good return
lipon his invested capital ami
brains Bui. on the other hand
no one is dislurbfd as lo the
result of his sales of this year
and no one lias seen accumulated
profits swept away as has been
tln- case some other years.
'I Up receipts of wool in Boston
amounted to H 1112 bales againsl
1(5. 17o hales last week and A.PVfi
bale- a year ago.
The sales of the week in Bos
ton anion 11 ted to l.OilO.OOO pounds
domestic and HBri.flOO pounds
foreign malting a total of fiftlu.-
000 pounds against a total of
7.12. f00 for the previous week
and a total of 4.212.800 for the
corresponding week last year.
The sales since January 1 amount
to 2(i0.N')G.y00 pom ds against
1I0.G71.-100 pounds Tor the Cor
responding period of last year.
Every Entile Gmranteeti 10 u;b jaiiiiacliui..
X.J.V3' H ilO'n'TXiM - SUIAXiIiXOSI3. i
H-ict' o c;iiifl.
f- - c ns "-MES l!. BALLAKD St Louis Mo 1
K-HjH-H-t" ' " '0XtS!(.MKM "Wrw
A t'KOHAHL.t: CUHK
For foot and mouth disease
has been discovered. The
1 alian government has given
ofliclal coiriiizauce to a cure of
loot and mouth diseases discov-
ered by Dr. Guzzi. a young Loin
bard physician by recommend
ing the matter to the serious
attention of all veterinary sur
geons. The cure consists of
iniectinga solution of corrosive
sublimate and common salt In
distilled water into the animals.
Remarkiblo success has at-
leaded t ho exper'mouts. and
much interest is being taken in
the subiect by ICnglish voter-
in ray surgeons and likewise in
shipping circles. A distinguish
ed ISuglisli veterinary surgeon
said to the journal correspond-
ent: "What wo desire to know is
how to prevent the disease;
once that lias been ascertained
we may lie able to talk of re-
moving restrictions and where
vera cure be discovered it
would earn the gratitude of the
civilized world. In recent years
(ieruiany has lost four million
sterling through foot and mouth
disease and other Knropeon
countries nave suflorcd consid
erably We Kuglish have in the
past stamped out a very severe
epidemic which cost us neatly
"Once starlet' foot and mouth
disease spreads like wild lire. It
is probably the most infectious
disease known. At such a time
ariitlcial remedies are ot little
.ivnil bemuse it means i.-olatimr
every single animal. What we
flo is to get lo the center of af
fection and slaughter all the
cattle; It is the surest as well as
theswil'test remedy The Board
of Agriculture will do nothing
in connection with the Italian
discovery. We want someone
to come along with an explana-
tion of hmv the disease arises
Then the British government
may ttiiuk lit to remove the
restrict ions of the act of 1H1H5 "
Grai)t Lii i)i be r Co
Cour House Square.
San Aniclo Texas.
WE HAVE A LOT OK PANC.Y AND
PLAIN DOORS and at p'rices lo
suit. Sash in all sizes at low figures
All grades of Lumber and Building
Matorial and if you want to build any-
thing from a shed to a house' wo want a
chance lo tigure
the price to suit.
with you 'as we make
J. A. BURLEY
I LAND AGENCY.
Hanchos and Lands for sale in largo and small
bodies at low prices and upon rnif-ei'iiblele'nns.
San Angolo. Texas.
Ring up 2111 if in need
plumber. EL McAlpine.
-GIVE ME A TRIAL
All persons who dosiro to
build and own their own homo.
Milton Carr the contractor and
builder can furnish the money
and plans and build tho house.
The Wlmlo ltodv.
The whole body do(icndti on now
boalthy blood for Its siiHtcnance and
strength. Nothing make tho blood
ao healthy and tho nervns ho Htronj'
as Goouh'b Saruaparilla. Head Tea-
Mmonlalu on Ha wrapper.
f Willard E.Barber 2
Is still in the IJAV busi- J
g noss. Handles all kinds of g
2 hay. g
g All Orders filled up to 7 g
8 o'clock p. m. S
B Prompt Dellvry. S
3 . . .Phona SOS
.Sofa pillows haudkorcliiofs
dolls etc. Presbyterian Bazaar.
Tho tir.st snow of the season
foil Saturday night. There was
just enough of it lo whiten the
earth and by Sunday it had all
disappeared. North tho fall was
heavier three inches being ro
ported in Borden county. It
was light at Big Springs and
none fell at Midland.
It is said that the great major
lty of the southern cattle that
have crossed the line this sea
son and been taken lo the Plains
country are dead poor and in
very unsatisfactory condition.
Weil posted cowmen have ex-
pressed tho opinion freely that
if "j0 per cuit of these cattle go
through the winter their owners
will be in great luck.
There are quite a number of
cattlemen of this section who
expect either to sell or ship out
to pasturage large numbers of
cows to make room for the
spring increase. Hudson &
Shuliz will thus dispose of about
800; Busli & Tillar about 800
and many others who feel they
svill bo greatly overstocked un-
less the necessary relief can bo
Sam Singleton spent several
days in town last week from his
I Plains ranch He says cattle are
in good shape up there and will
go through tho winter all right.
Mr. Singleton says a numbor of
herds of cattle have appeared
in that part which seem to have
no particular destination but
are grazed in different pastures
as long as the pasture owners
will permit Ho says Iko Grou-
ski in his palmiest days was nov'
or more adopt than theso people
in rustling grass. lie has given
his men orders to escoitall such
callers quickly through his pas-
Tho great rush at tho quaran
tine lino is now over and only a
few small bunches are being
presented for inspection. Dr.
Lewis said yesterday that every
thing was in satisfactory shape
all along tho line and everybody
is in good humor. Tho cause of
dissatisfaction at tho beginning
of the season was that there had
been no cold weather and nearly
all tho cattle presented at tho
line were full of ticks. This ox
porionce has clearly domonstrat
od that it is useless for cattle
below the lino to attempt to
come over until there has been
some cold weather. The spray-
ing machine Is at Sweetwater
and continues to do satisfactory
work. Dr. Lewis says this ma-
china is going to boIvo tho quar-
antine problem as he can spray
hi June and absolutely free them
from ticks. Stookman.
CEMTRAL WAGON YARD.
Cmnpli'ti'iv overlinulcct roimxlulud and
rvpiiln-il. (ioiul stiill.s anil uomtils nil In
Mrst-cl iv. slnipo Tho Hunt convenient Id
the cltv Special .lacommoiliillims tor
families l'leity ot upslulrH Hleeplnn
riiouu l'l I'lectilu llchis ami telephone
for p.Urun All klnclH of feed for sulo
SAN ANUi:i.O. TIIXAS.
T5VV . '"" - ;
You Con Got o Teom LIUo tlilfs.ot tlie
Brick Front Liveru ana Feed 'stable.
San flimelo. Texas. J. W ELLIS.TiwiGtor.
I sell wood any way ypu want
it Sawed. Split or in Cord
Lengths and at Low Prices.
I meet all prices on wood
and deliver it to any part of
OfliC'J Fourth bt.. opposite
oil tanks south side of rail
road. Phone 2-1(5.
THE ONLY ONE
The only through car this year
from San Augelo to llie Old
States will leave the Santa Ko
depot at 1 p. in. on Decern bor
20lh furnishing an all-tho way
passage without troublesome
transfers to Vicksburg. .lack
son Meridian. Birmingham
Atlanta and intermediate points
via tho Santa I'e
I. & G N.
(Inter'l it Groat Nor. 14 R)
and Queen & Crosent Route.
This car will have handsome
reclining chairs even tempera
tare and every accommodation
which will contribute to a pleas
ant and comfortable journey.
Passengers on this train will
also have'tho benefit of through
cars to St. Louia. ( limit anno-ja
and various northern and east
For comploto information call
on Santa Fo Agent or write
D J Piuob OP&TA.I&GN Ry
I ALL THE GO.
San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer.
. ...nim .Bmfl-o . . m
iAWRCiNLC iiuinftLa Agent
.K. San Angclo Texas
Ft. Worth & F2io rande Railway Qo
Tin cllOl'lunt (111(1 lllllnt
dh'ct't rouU frdiii nil
North and Last.
( 'Ui-- I'diiiii'ctiunn mail
nl lli(iuiiv(i(i(l with u
anil from Sun Aniri'W'
ami iiiU-niicdlali poln'i.
Tha hest rohtc
Tii mailed Tlim- nnd i-xpinf'1-' "avcil to panBunnur and Mhippurs owr thU
rcjiin I'm information ivtjarilliig rutoe uo. appl.v or addrc.in
II COMKH (i I'. & !' A.. Fort Worth Toxiw.
i npiiicii vuRiis. i
I am prepared to draw
OASING PUMP PIPE and
5 and clean out OLD WELLS
also proparod lo shoot wells
My business is WELLS
and strictly wells.
Any wanting an old well
cleaned out and made as
good as new or those want-
a ing to una a new wen i
guarantee water in tho well.
J. B. CARTER
San Ingalo Texn
Office at Austin Sponcer's
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COSTS & CENTS
It holds ten Tabules and many people insist
that the contents of even one carton has done
I them more good than quantities of other medicine.
Tt is certain that in curine indigestion constipation
biliousness sour stomach and many more like evils
there is nothing better than R-I-P-A-N.S.
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