The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 23, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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-MnBou Fruit .Tnrs at Findla-
ter's. J. D. Rawls was n pasaenger to
Brownwood Monday afternoon.
-See Roby's now line of wall
paper before buying.
V. D. Ake the Schleicher coun-
ty stockman has been spending n
few days in the city.
I R. W. Wators of Shackelford
county spent Monday in the city
the guest of his cousin R. C.
y -Mason Fruit Jars at Findla-
ter's. J-Lowney's Oandies are theiinest
made. Sole agency at Wootton's.
; Mies Blanche Marie Belle left
Monday afternoon for an extended
visit to St. Louis and points in
Fon Sale Hillis it Cunningham
have two lots for sole at reasona-
ble prices near new colored Bap-
tist church now going up.
L. M. Horner the traveling
representative of the Dallas News
was in the city Monday in the
interest of that publication.
-I am supplying my cream and
milk from my own Jersey cows
and I propose to give you the best
to be had. H. A. Wootou the led
Cream & Cold drink caterer. 18-tf
Mr. Thos. E. Durham the well
known and popular journalist and
typographer left for Miles Mon-
'day to a'ceept a position with the
Messenger to whose staff he will
prove a valuable addition. He
has the best wishes of his host of
friends hereabouts for his future
happiness and prosperity.
-Do not hesitate to write for a
catalogue of the San Angelo
Business and Academic institute
San Angelo Texas. Get rates on
a commercial course penmanship
etc. that are the cheapest ever
offered for thorough conscien-
tious work by a responsible insti-
tution. You get something prac-
The new K. of P. building is
now receiving the finishing work
at the hands of the carpenters.
The plastering was completed
last week and as soon as the wood
work is finished which will take
about two weeks the painters'
-brush will be applied in decorat-
ing the building.
Ridgill Bros 20 miles north-
west rof'. town have secured
the services of Jim Burleson the
scientific horse breaker and guar-
antee 'to break all horses placed
in their hands' satisfactorily. A
large number of horses trained by
this firm have been sold to gov-
ernment buyers and not one
was turned (town on account of
injuries or scars received in break-
Is an art in itself and it is one to which we have
devoted the most of our time for a great many
years. We have made a close study of the needs
of West Texas trade and think we know jiiBt
what our people wont.
Our line Complete
In all respedtB and the prices are just exactly
right. Come around and let ub show yon tho
goods and we believe you will agree with our
estimate of our stock.
A. s. Saihtt.
-Mason Fruit Jars -at Fimlla-
" -Peering" BindeV TWirtG Mc-
Owen Ratliff has'rturned from
-Lots of barbed wire now at
A. W. Steffens returned td
Brownwood Sunday afternoon.
C. R. Crows' the Balliriger' fur-
niture man has been visiting in
D. C. Caldwell a solid Irion
county stock farmer was in the
Uncle Joe Currie of Paint
Rock was on thp streets of Sftn
T. A. Knight a Runu'elB county
fruit and melon producer was
Geo. Richardson and family
will spend the balance of the
summer on the ranch on Rocky.
E. L. Wolf the grocery man
has put into service for the accom-
modation of his customers a new
A Kevill of Wolfe City who
went from this place to Sterling
City several days ago for a visit
returned Monday afternoon.
Uleo Cotton accompanied by
Attorney Lee Upton leave this
morning for Johnson Citj'.to look
after Mr. Cotton's estate at that
H. A. Wootton the enterpris
ing confectioner has added a
graphophone and occasionally
favors his customers and friends
with choice selections of music.
Will Talbot has recently clcBed
the contract for the erection of
a handsome residence in the
Taylor addition across the river.
The building will cost abqut
$2000 and the' contract was
awarded to Mr. Carpenter.
Hon. Joseph Tweedy ami son
Mellick and the latters Princeton
fellow student J. W. Brooks
were in the city yesterday. The
two latter came to visit Mr. C. J.
R. W. Shockley the sowing
machine expert will leave about
August 1 for West Tom Green
where he will permanently reside
and go in for stock farming.
The Press trusts he will find his
new home everything ho desires.
Phillip Gressett one of the pro-
gressive farmers of Runnels coun-
ty was here yesterday with a load
of melons "and called on The
Press. He has 115 acres in cotton
which he thinks will yield over
half a bale to the acre and his
melon crop now is very fine.
-Leader cook stoves McAlpine.
County Judge Chas. E. David-
son and Ranchman S. E. Couch'
of Crockett county left for Ozoua
Monday. While here Judge Dav-
idson placed a nice order for
tools to work the public roads of
his couutywith Copolandifc Mitch-
oil. Tom L. Clark the irresistable
ladies' man who hustles the real
estate business as a profitable
side line spent Saturday night
and Sunday at the hospitable
home of I. C. Peterson five miles
north of town. He reports a
most delightful time and among
other things attended prayer
meeting (something very unusual)
on Saturday night and Sunday.
Saturday night the neighbors met
at the home of Mr. Riley and
Sunday evening services wore held
at the home of Mr. Peterson.
Mr. Clark could not give us any
information as to conditions of
that immediate community or the
prospects for a crop having de-
voted his time to a more pleasing
view than that afforded by fields
J. Y. Pearce tho Ballinger-San
Angelo druggist has been spend
ingajc.Qiiploijf.doy8 in thejsity
visitiug'his local partner "d.
llolman. Mr. rearce was accom-
panied by his son Frank.
Sheriff G. W. Wood of Irion
county was in the city Saturday
to meet Sheriff Donman of
Brown county and took him out
to Sherwood where there was a
suspect supposed to be "wanted"
in Brown county.
Henry Deoring returned last
Saturday morning from Aransas
Pass with his family who have
been spending a couple of months
on the coast. Miss Florence
Sander of Port Lavaca a neico
ofjMr. and Mrs. Dearing camo
-Mason Fruit Jars at Findla-
ter's. Had a Pleasant Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Balfanz
and neice Miss Helen accom-
panied by S. G. Price returned
Friday from a five days' fishing
trip on North Concho in Collynr
pasture where they report having
spent tho time very pleasantly.
Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly
stop faultless skin rich rosy
complexion smiling face. She
looks good feels good. Here's
her secret. Sbo uses Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Resultr-ull or.
gans active digestion good no
eeadaches no chance for "blues"
Try them yourself. Only 25c at
J. W. Harris drug store
Chocolates on ice. The
very best. Ten different
kinds of creams.
SILAS H. KEETON.
HUSH! Don't Talk
AND WE ALWAYS THINK it best to allow our
instruments to speak for- themselves Wc have
a fine selection of musical instruments their tone as
well as their superior style and finish have received
many favorable comments All we ask is that you call
and examine them before buying
music Dealer San Angelo T&x.
Piano nnd Organ Tuning; and FtopnlrlnfE.
-Mason Fruit Jars at Findla
Fletcher Treadwell tho hand
some and popular Menard county
stockman was in the city Sat-
urday. Sam Wallick tho Ft. McKavett
postmaster and merchant has
been spending a few days in the
western metropolis on business.
Watt Harvey returned to his
home in Miles Sunday afternoon
having completed his job of
plastering the new K. of P. hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Abbott old
time citizens of San Angolo
arrived Saturday from Ohio
after an absonce ot about six
J. O. Bigby and Pete Laxtou
of Runnels county were in the
city Friday night on their way
to West Tom Ureen on a prospect-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Vaughn
and Miss Maud Northcutt of
Balhnger are visitors in ban
Angelo guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Joe Chaillet tho iovial con
tractor who has charge of the
construction of tho dam on
Main Concho in company with
J. B. Johnson of Ballinger who
is lurmshinK tho rock called at
Tho Press office last Saturday and
chatted a tew moments. Mr.
Chaillet iB well pleased with the
progress being made on tho work
and expects to complete the Job
in aJ)out three weeks. Speaking
of rain and the probability of an
overflow he stated thpt this was
the nineteenth dam ho had con
structed and there had never
been a heavy rain or overflow
while he was at work on one.
Ho says we need not expect a
heavy rain for threo weeks aB
Providence is taking caro of his
interests in this mattor.
-Barbed wirp McAlpine.
-Mason Fruit Jars at Findla-
ter's. ' Mrs. Chas. Adams loft yester-
day for tho cool otniosphere of
Cloudcroft N. M.
G. N. Brown; tho Menard coun-
ty ranchman has teen spending a
few days in the city.
-Full line of Rugby bicycles
guaranteed tires at from $17.50
to !?85. E. L. McAlpine.
Doc Anderson who has been
connected with the livery and
transfor business here for sovwrnl
years is now in tho employ of C.
Zach Windrow left for the
Hagelstein ranch on Big Lake
Mnnrlnv innrmtiif. fn itiHtnll nn
engine and make some windmill
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. B. Moc-
nabb are doferring their depart-
ure to TinfTnln. X. V.. until Mm
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recovery of thoir child which
nas ueeu quite hi.
Al Stiillinll. who hnn boon visi-
tinir Inn nnrnntn nnil nt.lior rfln-
tives at Christoval was in the
city Monday on Iiib return to his
homo in Arizona.
P. A. Williams returned Sun-
day from the Ratliff ranch where
he had just completed tho erec-
tion of a fine residence for tho
owner in West Tom Green.
Lee and Mrs. Mayes of Grapo
Crpfik. nnd Miss Allie Wilson.
T ' 1
who ih innkinif hfr homo with
thj-m were in the city Monday on
a enopping expedition.
C. E. Abernathv. a Runnels
nmint.v divorsifier. was hero Mon
day with melons and did the
correct thing with The Press man
leaving a choice Jumbo for the
.For the return to tho Doran
Wagon Yard San Angolo of tho
following horses or information
leading to their recovery: One
old grey horse branded S3 left
thigh ; one old black horse shod
all around branded A left
shoulder; ono bay horse shod all
around branded - on loft sido.
PI loft thigh. 27-td
Austin Spencer Appointed Trusicc.
At a meeting of tho creditors
of the J. H. Kent millinery busi-
ness held at Brownwood on tho
19th Austin Sponcer was appoint-
ed trustee. Mr. Sponcer had
been previously temporary re-
ceiver and tho second appoint-
ment was in recognition of his
previous satisfactory service and
superior business ability
Mr. Coke W. Harkridor gener-
al agent of tho New York Life
insurance Company for West
Texas is hore for tho purposo of
establishing a branch olfico at
this place. Ho is accompanied
by Harry L. Bentloy whom lie
will place in charge of the local
office which will bo in the Lan-
Mrs. C. A. Farquhar and Misses
Kato Flanagan and Mattio Ger-
ald returned Saturday from a
delightful week's visit to the
Treadwell ranch home in Me-
nard county. Thore was but ono
thing to mar tho pleasuro of the
occasion (or rather too many of
that one kind) and that was tho
Shutters all Record!.
Twico in hospital F. A. Gul
ledge Forbena Ala. paid a vast
sum to doctors to cure a severe
case of piles causing 2-1 tumors.
Whon all fai.ed Bucklen's Arnica
Salve soon cured him. Subdues
Inflamation conquers Achos
kil.s Pains. Best salve in the
world. 25c at J. W. Hams' drug
d ;. '
$ inn uiuKum
Special League Service.
Tho Enworth Lpntrnn of Mm
Methodist church held a special
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5 o'clock for which an interest
ing programme had been pre-
pared and was rendered. The
service was very entertaining and
demonstrated the splendid inter-
est that is being manifested by
tho young people who have con-
nected themselves with this
branch of tho church work. The
programmo wbb as follows :
Subject: "Means of Growth."
Song by congregation.
Prayer by Rev. Lee.
Scripture reading S. Hull
Prayer S. Hull.
References on Growth.
Song by congregation.
Reading Miss Mamie Sherman.
Recitation Miss Lucilo Tolson.
Song by congregation.
Reading Miss Myrtle Myers.
Duet Mrs. Terry and Mrs.
Song by congregation.
Services at tho Cumberland
Presbyterian church Sunday
morning and night by tho paBtor
Rev. A. L Barr. Good congre-
gations greeted tho paBtor and at
the morning service there were
two additions by letter and ono
infant was consecrated by bap-
tism. An interesting Christian
Endeavor service was held in the
Prayer Meeting nt Post.
Tho Young Peoplo's Cottage
Praver Meetinir will hold n
special servico in tho hospital
building at tho Post Friday night
at. which the subject will bo
"Tho Demon of DrunknnnHH." A
meeting was hold Monday night
but owing to tho small attend-
ance it was decided to meet
nt'niti liViilnv Tiiirlif niwl nil
young peoplo interested m tho
worK are urgou to uo prosent.
Arrangements have been begun
for a "children's day" service iu
tho Prosbytorian church to be
held some timo in Octdbor.
Services were hold at tho Meth-
odist church Sunday at 11 a. m.
and S:H0p. m. by tho pastor in
cliargo Rev. J. D. Scott. There
were two additions to the church
at tho morning servico and good
congregations both morning and
night. Bro. Scott reports a reviv-
al of interest and good attendance
at all services. During this
month thore have been 12 acces-
sions to tho church eleven by
ritual and one by letter.
There will bo no services nt thn
Christian church next Sunday as
Rev. Wyatt is away holding a
meetinir in Brockonridtro. Rnmi-
lar mid week prayermeeting every
week. And Christian Endeavor
society meets Sunday evening at
Rov. John Nesbit of this city
evangolist of tho Brownwood
Presbytery hae accepted a call
from Tennessee and will leave
for the scenes of 1ub new work
in the fall. Tho departiire
of Mr. Nesbit and his splendid
wife will bo unqualifiedly regret-'
ted by their many trionds here
who had learned to look upon
them as home-folks. Thoy will
bo followed by the best wishes of
all for their future unalloyed
-Hack service to Robert Leo
and Sweetwater. Riloy's storo at
Robert Lee general . headquart
ers for information as to service
McDonald d Co
OFFICE in Joseph Spence Bulldlnc CORRESPONDENCE
REFERENCE Concho Notional Bank SOLICITED.
Special attention given to Receiving Fowarding and Distrib-
uting ot all freights. Claim Papers of every deserlptlon handled
promptly and speedy adjustments secured.
Out of town parties wishing information rogardlng frolght or
ticket rates routlnga times and connections may address us en-
closing stamp for reply and such Information will bo forthcoming
$ A C McDonaldf Manager to
J SAN ANGELO TEXAS. j
San Angelo Mouse Under New Ala'n-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schintz
fornierly.oLWiscQnsin who have"
recently moved to San Angolo
from Robert Leo havo takon
chartto of tho San Antrolo Honsn.
The house has boon litorallv
"turned tmsitlft rlnwn" in Mm
thorough cleaning and renovating
it has received and with cour-
teous attention and scrupulous
service is now worthy of tho vory
best patronage. Tho new man-
agment is deserving and worthy
and Tho Press trustH Mint ih will
onjoy the prosperity it fully do-
serves. The house is contrally
located. 011 tho nntnmntiiln rnitfn
convenient to tho court houso
postoinco and all lines of business
Kicked by Burro.
Loyd Sauls who has boon
boardine at P. A. WilKinim' (n
tho east part of town being horo
irom wuraiii i. t. with His in-
valid mother wnu ridinrr in n
cart behind a burro last Friday
ana miscnievousiy twistod tho
animal's tail. Tlio bum rliil nnf.
enjoy tho joko and kickod Loyd
in uie mouui KuocKiug out two
teeth and disfiinirhnr his fnco
Change In nrewcry Agency.
Walter Thompson ono of tho
popular young mon of San Angolo
has succeeded August Balfanz m
tho local agency for tho Fort
Worth and Pabst (Milwaukeo)
breweries. Walter is a young
man of known integrity and flno
character and fully deserving of
all favors that may bo bestowed
upon him in his line.
Hillis & Cunningham tho
hustling land agents will occupy
the frame building corner Chad-
bourne street and Twohig avonuo
recently vacated by Jackson &
Neoloy Bros. Thoy will add two
or threo windows to tho south
sido repair tho interior and other-
wise improve tho appoiironco and
add to tho comfort of tho place.
Thoy expect to move about tho
1st of August.
R. M. Wright tho handsomo
and popular young fnrnituro man
left on yestorday afternoon's
train for "parts unknown" to
this reporter. Ho was put in tho
"sweat box" for quito a timo but
lie wouldn't' toll a littlo bit.
This looks mighty suspicious but
all his friends fool sure as does.
The Press that Rufo will conio
out all right. Good luck to him
Capt. M. W. Parker the votor-
an Knight of tho Grip returned
Sunday from a twolvo days' trip
through West Texas and reports
an excellent business for his
houso having secured orders for
a full car of vinegar. Capt.
Parker represents a 'wholesale
house in Oklahoma.
R. A. Nix of West TonnesBoo
is among our recent arrivals.
Ho comes 'eeking health and if
ho finds it. will locate with tin.
Tho Press will say right now that
ho might as won nuiko up his
mind to stay and go right into
business at once.
Jas. Gunbv. formorlv of
Hortenso now of Bangs was in
the city on business baturday.
The Press man. and othorfrinndR.
were pleased to noto his contin-
ued improvement in health.
Tom Hart and familv of Brown
wood came in Sunday morning
to spend several days whilo Mr.
Hart looks aftorho plumbing
tor the now Wright residence on
Magdalen street. .
Ilutro Sehintz. niintlinr hnn nf
Mr. and Mrs. Schintz who has
been living at Robert Leo will
make his homo with his paronts
in San Angelo.
-Mason Fruit Jars at Findla-
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Truly, P. E. The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 23, 1902, newspaper, July 23, 1902; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth116027/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .