The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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JOHN HAGELSTEIN & CO. LANDS aind INSURANCE.
THE SAN ANGELO
SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1906
VOL 10 NO. 45
Knti rultnthi- Sub Angelo Pout OUloe
nnHucord 1'lnif.rcnll mutter
l Two 1
There uro two times in life
onnortunitv unsought. 2nd.
ThiH time you need not
we are presenting nn opportunity to you 10 Duy iois in
These lots nre in different nnrtB of Park Heights Ad-
dition where more now and beautiful homes are being
built than in any other part of
laid out and a new and commodious steel uridge eoon to ue
built connecting 1'ark Heights direct with the main part
of the city.
It stands to reason that since we are giving our en-
tire attention to the development of this property values
will cntmue to grjw.
Close in Residence Property
Romantic News Storv.
Austin Cunningham the ver-
satile and enterprising news edi-
tor of the San Angolo Press is the
author of a splendid news story
of a romantic affair in which San
Angelo people are involved with
Spanish notables in Spain. The
story is well written and while in-
complete aB the writer explains
for lack of details it is one of the
best articles of Rb iintme ever
published in a San Angelo paper.
West Texas Monitor.
Much obliged Pink. Your gen-
nrosity is only exceeded by your
Uov. A. I. Barr went to Miles
Saturday on missionary work
Emilo Gauwain went to Miles
Saturday on a visit to relatives.
George J. liird went to Hallin-
gor Saturday morning on a short
Mrs. Montgomery and Miss
Elizabeth Abbott have returned
from a lengthy visit to relatives
Mrs. W. E. Oxsheer of .lou-
(iiin Texas alter a visit to Mrs.
(J. M. Noi'Vell returned to her
Johi) Cm Earnest
Veterinary and Dental Surgeon
At W. A. Paul's Depot Livery Stable
1 " llfP IT- lfH
Wingfield Drug Store
Solicits your patronage on all
kinds of Drugs and Patent Med-
icines. We carry a full and com-
plete stock of Drugs. Watch our
adds. Prescriptions carefully
Ba w- a - n .m r -
TfM"" "- " ""fti i-m
to do things 1st. Time of
Time of opportunity Bought.
look for the opportunity for
the city a beautiful park
First Nat'l Bank B'd'q.
A Good Record
Out of all the external remedies
on the market we doubt if there
is one that has the record of that
world-renowned pourous piaster
Allcock's. It has now been in
use for Bixty years and 6till con-
tinues to be as popular as ever in
doing Ub great work of relieving
our pains ai.d aches. It is the
remedy wo all need when Buffer-
ing from any form of ache or pain
resulting from taking cold or
Allcock's plaBters are sold by
Druggists in every part of the civ-
-We have thirty -r forty iron
beds that have been slightly used.
Will sell same at about one-hulf
the regular price. Coggin & Co.
.Messrs Chas. Klippeu It I..
Duninan h. P. Woodward and D.
O. Cameron of Coleman were
business visitors in the city last
Judge J. R. ihirgoBB wenttoSan
Antonio Sunday afternoon on a
combined business and pleasure
trip. Mr. Uurges9 expects to
visit his old home in Seguin ore
returning to Sau Angelo.
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J. C. WREN I
IT'S UP TO YOU
For sale or exchange a
good frame residence of A
rooms and bath well wind-
mill and barn located oil
two good lota 100x190 and
about 4 blocks from Chad-
bourne street. Will trade
for lots or cloBe in acreage.
Korule or exchange ono
of the IwBt paying mercan-
tile properties in San Angelo IiO.-tober 1005 boys 15 girls 8 to-
profits are from $800 to $100
per month. Will exchange
for g ml business property or
I For rent 0 room boarding
jf house well located
a i . j n iijy tk
( HUM NATIONAL IlAN'v h'd'o. j
I 'Phone 520 I
REPORT OF SCHOOLS
SHOWS GOOD INCREASE
bmlth's Report (or October io0(
Gives Interesting Hgures.
Superintendent Kehx E. Smith
of the San Angelo public schools
has furnished the PreBS with a
copy of Ins monthly report to the
Fclioul board bejnga report of the
conditions throughout the several
buildings and ward schools. The
attendance in the tirades below
the higii school wa somewhat t.y-j -'"" " Ootobet 1000 nver Out-
low the average during Octol-er 0r Hl05 of '-oyBi 'rH or
Mr. Smith attributing the cainse
to the fall carnival held here in
the early part of the iiKjnth and
the circus that exhibited here
about the middle of the month.
Asa whole the schools aro in ex-
cellent condition and work m
every department is progressing
in a very satisfactory manner.
The report lollows:
High School: Enrollment boys
H8 girls 70: total 117. Number
withdrawn boys 2. Number be-
longing.boys !igirls70total 115.
Percentage of attendance boys 07
girlB 07; total 07. Number cases
of tardiness boys 11 girls 17; to-
tal 28. High School enrollment
in 1005 boys -17 girls 01; total
Central School grudes 1 to 7:
Enrollment buys 227 girls 21;
total 50b. Number withdrawn
boys 115 girls 27 total -10. Num-
ber belonging boyB 2J4 girls 251
total K5f. Percentage -if attend-
ance boys tf girls fcO total -S7.
Nunibor cases of turdinosH boys
50 girls 0 total 1110. Number
cubes of corporul punishmmit
boys 7. Central School enroll-
ment in October 1005 boys 215
girls 255 total 170.
East Ward School. gradoB '1 to
1: Enrollment boys .1 girls 00
total 151. Nunibor withdrawn
boys 0 girls 5 total 1-1. Num-
ber belonging boys 70 girls ol
total 1U7. Percoiilae of attend-
ance boys M girls .SO total 90
Nunibor cases of tardiness boys
12 girls 5 total 17. East Ward
School enrollment in October 1005
boys -19 girls 01 total 110.
North Ward School grades 1 to
4: Enrollment bys bO girlB 80
total 100. Number withdrawn
boys 10 girls 14 total 80. Num-
ber belonging boys 04 girls 7H
total 100. Percentage of attend-
ance boys 88 girls 8b total 88'
Number cases of tardiness boys
27 girls 17 total 44. North Ward
School enrollment in Octobor 1005
boys7 girls 38 total 75.
Post School grades 1 and 2:
Enrollment boys 10 girls 0 total
25 Number withdrawn boys 1
Number belonging boys If) girls
U total 2-1. Percentage of at-
tendance boys SO girls CO to-
til Vf. Number cases of tardiness
b- ys -1 girlB t5 total 10 Number
ci.?"S of corporal punishment
b'VB 1. Post School enrollment
if October 15)05 boys in girls S
U tal 27.
Mexican School all gradt'B: En-
rollment bovs 0 girls 0 total 15
Number withdrawn boys rt. girls
1 total 0. Percentage of attend-
ance boys bO girls 8tt total M
Number cases of tardiness boys 2
girls 2 total -I. Number oaseH of
c rpural punishment boys 1.
Mexican School enrollment in
Colored School all grades: En-
p'llment boys 2-1 L'trls '10 totul
00. None withdrawn Number
I longing boys 25 girls '10 total
05 Percentage of attendance
boys 100 girls 00 total 05. Num-
ber caBos of tardineBB Iiovb 5
r rls ! total 9. Corporal punish
ment cases Inys 1. Coloied School
in October 1005. boys JI5 girls JiS
t itnl 01.
All White Schools: Enrollment
1 -jys -M0 girlB 521 total (.)(57 En-
rollment of all white ecliools in
October 1005 boys MT girls -151
total MS. ThishhowB an increase
for October 1000 over the same
month last year of 70 boys ami
70 girls or a total of M0 students.
All Public Schools: Enrollment
boys -10 girls 507 total 1017
Enrollment of all public Schools
in October 1005 boys 'I0S girls
103 total 00(5. This shows an in-
a total increase of all public
schools over last y-ar of 141 pu-
pils. San Angelo's public schools nio
C. A Lewis and wifo of Teiiiple
were in the citv Friday and Sat-
urday. T S. Shurpe left Saturday af-
ternoon for Sun Antonio on a
Ran Ere-lund r-turned Satur-
day from a pleasure trip to Njrth
MIbh Annie Oberkampf returned
Saturday from a visit to friends
Mrs. I. H. Cu"-i I ary. -if S'-n -ra
went to Rallinger Sunday on
a short visit to relatives.
Mrs. W. B. Hums left Sunday
afternoon on u v:eit to relativos
in Temple and Georgetown.
J. W. West advance man for
A. G. Allen'f. N Orleans Min-
strels was in the citv Saturday
G. W. (Rom I fi.eld ot Koit
Worth arrived ' in San Angelo
Sunday nfteri""ii on a short busi-
R. C. R ibiiison and tii'iuly in-
tend moving to the Robinson
ranch south of MeKuvett and
upending tlie " : j t r '.' i".
J. 15 Alexand'r :u- reMirned
Irom uu i-Mi-'ih-ve thr-jitgh coun-
try trip ': bolialf of the San An-
gelo Co-ijpi-nitivti li.hurauoe Co.
Rev. M. W. P.ii -y - f. Rubut
Leo rutiii'iidd Sunday afternoon
from Dallas where ho attended
the Baptist convention last week
Joseph Elder a young druggist
of Eldorado pawed through tho
city Suturday en route to San An-
tonio on a but-.u-f-e and pleasure
W. M. Crow went to Temple
Sunday to accompany a sister to
San Angelo wliero she expects
to mako her home with her
W. J. Earls of Eldorado a hon
of Rev. Earls of that town left
Saturday for Wallace Texas
where he will tench school the
rest of this term
J. 1. Lanford who for Bovernl
months has Iveen i'i the employ
of John Froeland wont to Rrady
Saturday afternoon where he haB
accepted n position.
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Equal Rights To All
m Special Privileges To None 11
uur Jtsenei nence
This in part accounts
for our extremely low
prices on the very best
of everything in our
line. Another thing
we are after your bus-
iness. The only way
to get and maintain it
is to give you MOST
and BEST for the
LEAST. Take a few
moments to investi-
gate and you will see
this for yourself.
The "Wlnrd of Wall Street" Co.
The "Wi.ard of Wall Mn-nt'
a musical farce-comedy will be
presented at the Turn "-r.--1
Friday n ght Nov. 0 by the Wiz-
ard ol Wall Street company. le-
&idfh thii- plea-ititr 'omeijy which
lift" received v-ry f.ivur.ib.e pr-'
comment over tho country the
Wizard of Wall Street company
gives a first cluhs vaudr. lie pro-
gram. -Lynn Hros. soils new and Mee-
ond hand furniture e- th-m
befoiv buying. They also have a
first olass mechanic and do all
kinds of repair work at reason-
MR 1511 1
Call and sec our Buggy
Display whether you
want to Buy or not.
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WP vjU sAN AhitL-Lo rex Ui -. t
Same To All ll
Price the Thing."
(I o(i (I Nnln Sundny Morning
An excellent rain ten m ..'-
Angelo part of Saturday night and'
iiiifluy inornii . .
in much good. The downfall of
aqua jnira was not general how-
ever no rain r " '" K-
I i r .
-i-'iv-'ii irum mo icrruory lioiiii
east and ueBt of this city. A fitm
rain visited Paint Rock and titer
ct untry south of hero at Solium.
Constipation caiiv heinliK-)i nuu
h .i liiius li r heart tialpl-
tutlon. Drustiu puaii.a ''" sicken
weaken the liowels anil don't . "
Doan's Itcgulets act nntlv
!.) cents. Ahlc your
But buy your heat-
er now a.o w Iicure
a nice display of thu
best stoves on the
market ?md we are
anxious to nav-
figure with us be-
We have just re-
ceived a car each of
Hynes and Moon
- - - yjimMr
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Lorance, R. W. The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906, newspaper, November 8, 1906; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth116164/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .