Newspaper Page Text
Tile San Angelo Press,
PUHMHtlMl ISVr.I'Y KJUOAY UY
Nejmiiiam Hmitii HO Pwi-.s
SMITH A PAR80N3.
SAJJ ANriM.0. TKX. Sft . UT. MiOl
Subscription, per vear, ' St, 50
GIRL'S INDUSTHIAL SCHOOL.
San Angelo has a Chance to Secure
the Location of this Insti
tution nnd Benefits
Hint Will follow
Thu legislature or the state of
Texas at lis first session in the
early part of '.he year, made an
appropriation of $25,000 for an
industrial school for girls. In
itself this is quite inadequate for
the purchase of grounds, erec
tion of buildings and proper
equipment of such an institu
tion, and, lileo all public aid to
the causo of education, must bo
supplemented by donations from
tho private nurses of thoso
philanlhropically inclinod, and
who rccognir.o tho nood ant val
ue of culture in all linos malting
for high and practlcalattainmont.
That tho advantage of so
curing the location for this in
stitution is fully rocognizod, is
ovidoncod by the already largo
and daily-inoroaaing numbors of
tempting offors which uro being
made by wide awake communi
ties to tho committee appointed
by the govornor.
It is now up to San Angolo,
whether sho will reach for the
plum. It will take n considera
ble reach to got it, but when it
is landed wo can onjoy tho fruit
for all time afterwards, and to
an oxtont that will provo an al
most usurous divldond paying
Tho Press concurs with tho
Standard, that the Industrial
School would bo a groat addi
tion to San Angolo, and trusts
the people will realize tho advan
tages which would accruo from
securing its being located in our
midst. But when It coraos to
getting tho plum, it, no doubt,
will requiro considerable reach
ing and strolchiug to land It in
Leon Czolgosa, the assacsin of
President JVloKinloy, was trotted
through tho courts In u little
more than eight hours and con
demned to death. That's the
way to manage such cases
shoot them through like salts
through a sick cow.
Judge .lore Wilson, attorney
for Admiral Schley, died very
Tho Sampson-Schley investi
gation is going ou very satis
factory to Admiral Schley, but
to Sampson it is sickening.
"Tho conditions winch have
heretofore existed in this section
of Western Texas h.ivo very
materially been changed the past
few months. Consequently,
the policy of the stockman must
necessarily change in accord
ance with existing conditions.
In days that are past it has
been tho custom to raise the cat
tle in Western Texas, and when
of propor si.o and weight to ship
them to tho territory io put on
flosh and fat, and ship to mar
ket. But tho line grasses of tho
territory aro no more at the dis
posal of tho ranchtnau, and the
combination of a certain amount
of farming in the future will bo
a necessary feature of stock
raising. Thoso engaged in ra's
ing cattle should realize that
those who cultivate a portion of
their lands Tor tho past two
years and saved their hay, cane,
cotton, seed, and fodder, aro this
year in a position to make money
where those who wore improvi
dent will bo obliged to sell their
cattlo at oxlrcmoly low prices
on account of not being able to
carry thorn through the winter.
The men who raise stock
should look very carefully into
the cattlo foeding question, as it
is woll worth careful study, as
tho foeding should bo dono In a
scientific and systematic man
nor and continued until tho cat
tlo aro fuily ripe and ready for
market. Tho food should be
rtrnvidnd on the most favorable
terms that aro possible, and the
veai money in ciumu win uu iu
tho feedor who understands his
business, simply goes ahead and
prepares his stock ready for
shipment, and when tho market
is right, then load. Consequent
1v thn monov makinL' stockmen
of Western Texas will be the
There Is niot Catarrh In this
section of the (country than all
other diseases (put togother, and
until tho last few years was
supposed, to biS incurable. For
a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and
prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to euro
with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable Science has
proven catarrh to bo a constitu
tional uisenso, and therefore re
quires constitutionul treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. .1. Chcnoy & Co.,
Tolodo, Ohio, is tho only consti
tutional cure on the market. It
Is taken internally in doses from
10 drops to a tcaspoonful. It
acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system.
They olTor one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testi
monials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
Mr. S. H. Riley, tho fanner,
reports the crops on his placo
good. Ho says that ho has 100
acres of cotton that will make
porhaps 25 bales, and has al
ready gathorod five or six hun
dred bushels of cane socd, and
other crops excoptlng corn, is
It pays to buy ut Tho Fair.
Car load of tho celebrated
Wtlson heators at Hagelstein's.
Poachos are about gone for
this soason. The last few wag-
on loads have had a quick salo,
and it was only a quostion of
about an hour bofore overy last
one was sold.
Car load of the celebrated
Wilson heators at Hagelstein's.
It pays to buy at Tho Fair.
Miss Bossio Riley loft this
woek for M r. W. J. Ashurst to
take charge of his children as
govorness in his family.
Buck and Darling Cook Stoves
and heaters at Hagelstein's.
For Hanco ck Texas Disc plows
soo J. S. Miles.
Jacksbn & Neely Bros, sold to
John Berry Saturday 3500 sheep.
Price $2.25 for grown sheop and
$1.10 for lambs.
Buck and Darling Cook Stoves
and heaters at Hagelstein's.
J S Milos sells the Bridgo
Beach cooking stove. This
stovo has boon made in &t Louis
for slxtv-fi'c years and every
one with a guarantee if not satis
factory can bo returned in any
reasonable time. Mr Miles
sells them from $".50 up.
Jackson A Neely Bros. 3old
last week for Geo. E. Webb his
beautiful resident property, in
tho eastern part of town, to Will
Collyns, consideration p. t.
If you contemplate building a
new house or having your old
one repaired or changed address
Milton Carr, contractor and
builder, San Angolo, Tex., or
call phone 140.
For Hancock Texas Disc plows
see .1 S. Miles.
Oil in Corn-
Tho corn main has in addition
in its starch element, a tinvirnrm
in which lies Us life principle.
This germ was formerly separa
ted and thrown aside as waste.
Lately it has boon found that
this germ is rich in oil which can
be utilized. Tho germ is now
separated from tho starch and
crushed. Tho oil gathered from
it finds a ready market.
Getting Old? Feel Drowsy?
TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX
It creates circulation and make you feel young
again. It's good any way; either straight, toddy
or high ball. The bost ever llowed from a still.
S0LD 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER,
SAN ANGELO, -
By the drink, bottle or jug. The price is reason
able Polite attention and fair treatmout to all
Pir urn vfir. I differed ter
ribly from dyspepsto, with great
depression, and was always feeling
poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sarsa
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man." John McDonald,
Don't forget that it's
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. Sl.tl a bottle. AlUnirliti.
Aik your doctor what ha tMrki of Ajir
fUnspsrllU. Ha knofs ill about thll ni.nrt
oM famllr rnllcln, Follow Ml ad I lea and
J C. ATM Co , Lowell, Man.
Married, Sopt. 8, 1001, at
Waco Tex. Mr. James Moon and
Miss Gussio Welsh.
Mr. Moon is a citizen of San
Angolo and is woll known here,
whilo Miss Gusoie Welsh is a
Waco lady, Mr. ari Mrs. Moon
will make tholr ho n San An
golo. Tno Press, a . the many
frlondsofMr. Moou, wish the
newly married couplo a largo
sharo of matrimonial bliss
Don't wait until you becomo
chronically constipated but take
DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers
now and then. Thoy will keep
your liver and bowels In good
order. Easy to tako. Safe
pills. J. W. Harris & Bros.
If you want your siovo
polished and set ui for tho
winter soo J S Miles.
Elder Geo. F. Ridgill, who has
boon attending tho Crows' Nest
Camp Mooting tho past weok,
passed through the city Tuesday
on his wav to his home on Grape
Crook. Ho reports a fino moot
ing, and a general revival for
good among tho people of that
Tno Fair sells it for leas.
Carload of Ruck Stoves.
If you want .your stovo
polished and sot up for tne
wintor see J S Miles.
A. B. Brady, who was cap
tured in Mississippi sometimes
ago, charged with the murdor
of John Dousmoro, twenty-six
years ago, iu Colemau county,
was found guilty of murdor in
the second degree in that coun
ty last weok and sontencod to
the poultentiary for seven years.
An appeal has been taken.
The Fair sells It for loss.
Car load of tho celebrated
Wilson heators at Hagelstein's.
If you want your stovo
polished and set up for the
winter see J S Miles.
Eight wagons loaded witu peo
ple, principally women and chil
dren, passed through the city
Monday, woll loaded with camp
ing outtits, throshing polos, nice
ly pented etc., headed for Pat
tersou and Williams ranch up on
North Concho, to thresh pecans.
They had good teams, and woro
from San Saba county.
Estimates and lumber bills
made out by Milton Carr. Call
and see him it will bo to your
-If you want your stovo
polished and set up for the
wintor see J S Miles.
Car loud of Buck Stovca
, Last Saturday, September 21.
1901. was a rod letter day in the
history of Odd Fellowship In
San Angolo; for on that day was
instituted a Uebekah DopAjo
Lodge, consisting of forty one
Odd Follows, their wlves,widows
and daughters Thus the pleas
ant dream, in which many of the
members of the Order had long
and often indulged, was at iast
most happily realized. May
prosperity and along continued
usefulness in ministering to the
sick and afllicted, the widow
and the orphan, attend this new
organization. These, as a ell as
the sociability and the drawing
closer of the ties which bind
us all togother in the great
brotherhood of man and the
Fatherhood of God. are the
distinguishing characteristics of
this noble and tender branch of
The Robekah Degree is found
ed upon history, as it Is
named for that sweet and gra
cious woman among the Kindred
of Abraham, who having sought
counsol of God, willingly left
hor people and hor nativo land
to become the wife of Isaac,
who inhorited the promises,
and of whom is the record that
thoy two, "Isaac and Robokah
Hvod failhfully togothor."
Being based, as all the dc
groos of Odd Fellowship are, on
the Bible, that inspired word of
Diviuo Truth, this degree is
beautifully and impressively il
lustrated by many of tho most
illustrious names among women
to be found on the records of
that Holy Book, so that wo may
confidently expect great things
from the members of this de
gree according as they emulate
the virtues of the noble women
sot before thorn and dovolop
in their own lives the good, the
true, the kind, tho considerate,
the wise, the dilligont, the faith
ful; thus vindicating the true
modesty and worth of woman's
natural character. ' .,
Some two weeks ago the
Grand Master of Odd Follows in
Texas was petitioned for a dis
pensation to organizo a Robokah
Lodge in San Angolo by a num
ber ot members of the Concho
Lodge, "No. 206, and the Grand
Master, by the power vested in
him. appointed Mrs. F. W. Rob
erts, Noble Guard of Sherwood
Lodgo, No. 100, as his special
deputy, to take such assistance
as sho should find necessary to
institute tho n'ow Lodge aud in
stall its officers. Accordingly,
last Saturday Mrs. Roberts
brought with hor the following
named membors of Sherwood
Rebekah Lodge, No. 190:
Mrs F W Roberts, special dep
uty and N. G.; Mrs. W. W. Car
son, V. G.; Miss Ruth Sterrott,
Sec'y; Mrs W J D Carr, Treasj
Miss Ella Sterrott. P N G; Mrs
'p n i i,,., cl- r'iMi..i,.s... m;0. ....
nio Williams, Ward; Miss Rosa
Lee Hamblin. Conductor; Mrs
Alviu Campbell, R S N G; Mrs
Geo W Wood. L S N G; Miss
Inez L Brock. R S V G; Miss
Lizzie Lackey. L S V G; Mrs
L p Hinde, I G; Miss Meda
Lindley, LAS; Miss
bourne (not present
Miss Ilallie Fokos,
R A S;
who filled, pro tern
sot opposite their
names witn most auuuraoie pro
csion. dignity and grace, and
a vole of thanks was extended
them for their
courtesy and for
this most sub-
Attending Odd Follows from
Sherwood; Geo W Wood. L. P.
Hinde, W W Carsou. S C Frost, F
The objects and purposes of
Robokah Lodges are declared to
1st. To aid in the establish
ment and maiuteinance of homes
foraged and indigent Odd Fol
lows and their wives, or for
the widows of deceased Odd Fel
lows, and homes for tho care,
education and support of or
phans of deceased Odd Fellows.
2nd. To visit tho sick, relieve
the distressed, and in overy
way to assist subordinate and
sister Rebekah Lodges in kind
ly ministrations to tho familios
of Odd Follows who are in trou
ble or want.
lrd. To cultivate and oxtond
tho social and fraternal relations
of life among Lodges and the
familios of OddFollosvs." (Codo
for the government of Robekah
The now Lodge was instituted
under and will be known by tho
name of Concho Rebekah Lodge
No, 212, San Augelo, Texas.
Tho officers elected were, Mrs.
Bort Snyder, N. G.; Mrs. J. E.
Clark, V. G.; Mrs. August Bal
fanz, Troas.; Miss Birdie Dean,
Soo'y. The other officers will
Walking to Work
t the only wny in which the busim-M iromin, employed in store or office, can
eet open nfr c:crcir. Is it nny wonder that she often ltows pnle and thin and
tlevclotcs a tendency to "weak luiu;s " She docs not fc I Hint die can nfFord to
take rest. She cannot indulge in a change of i-liin.iU- Often she is the import
ant bread-winner of a family, and feels that slip must keep on until she ilrotu.
So the cough gets a deeper hold, heiimrrhagct Mix;ar and disease tightens iti
grip upon licr. why not fit the lungs
instead of seeking a climate to suit the
not keep at work and grow stronger instead of weaker
day by day? It can lw done by the heating help of I)r
Pierce's (iolden Medical Discovery.
Whenever there is pain in breathing, soreness of the
chest, obstinate cough, bleeding from the lungs or any
other symptoms of disease of the respiratory organs,
begin the use of Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery
and continue the use until cured. Ninety-eight in every
hundred who hav used " Golden Medioil Discovery"
for "lung trouble," have been perfectly cured
There is no alcohol contained in "Golden Medical
Discovery," and it is ciititely free from opium, cocaine
and other narcotics. It is a temperance medicine
Do not be imposed upon by stttntittilcs for Dr. Tierce's
medicines. There is no medicine "just as good" ns
"Golden Medical Discovery," because there is no medi
cine which can show an equal record of cures. Ask for
"Golden Medical Discovery" and insist on having it.
Was Very Sick.
"I wai very icV Indeed. writes Mm Mollle lacnln, of I'elton
Rent Co, Defiware, "and our family doctor .iid I had coiiMimp
tlon I tliouitht I tntist die soon tor I felt to awful bid. Itnd n tad
courIi. spit Mood, and was rery hott of lireath I had pilnt In
my chest nnd risiit Ititifc, also had dyspe!.i Ilefore I took your
'(.oldeu Medical Dlworcry' and' ricao.nl rellrls' I nasooweik t
could uot twee n room, now I can do a amall washing t feel
Ulte a new person."
Words of Sincere Praise.
I hare been taking your medldnca,' write Mr. W M Ilower,
of Lynch, Doyd Co., Nebraska, "nnd I can't aay enoiiRli in their
prabe. They have hcloed me more than all our doctor hive
helped me In two years doctor) tiff. I spent dollar upon dollars
for my lungs and received no benefit from the medicine I took,
until a Udy friend advised me to write to Dr. Tierce. I did to,
took his kind adrlce, and am now so well us to tie able If. do my
wn work. I also took the 'Oolden Medical Discovery and the
Telleta' six mouths for liver disease and indigestion, at the kind
sloctor advised, I know that reaehed the cue, as it hat helped meao
Yon may use this testimonial if you wish, for it is sincere "
The ue of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Telleta will ensure
that healthy action of the txwets without which there
can be no general health of the body. They ore especi
ally valuable to business women, whose coaGnioc occu
pations nreclude riotwr exercise.
be appointid at the next meet
After tho election of officers,
the hour was found to ), n
late, aud the banquet yet to fol
low ai tne uiudon Hotel, that
the installation wns deferred
until next Thursditv 'Uth Inst..
at the Odd Fellow's Hal), the
honr being 4 o'clock in the after
noon, and the Kov. Fruncin R.
Starr. P. O . wns nnnnlnt r-rl in.
stalling officer - The officers
elected aud as many of the mem
bors as nosfiiblv cnn. nri ov-
pected to b present at the
above named time and placo.
Nico home made preserves at
Car Columbus buggies just re
ceived at Hagelstein's.
Miss Lilly Smith, of Gran
bury, passed through San An
golo Thursday on hor way to
Latest improved heavy Texas
pattern Eclipse mills, only at C
& G Hagolstoiu Co.
The Fair sells it for loss.
Car load of Buck Stoves.
Among the arrivals at the Mc
Denuott House on circus day,
we noticed the following who
came in from their ranches: W.
T. Cawloy and family. .7 K. Bar-
uom, uen u. Aiays ana wife.
From Sherwood thore were:
T. S. Nichols. Henrv Punrnr.
A never failing cure for cuts,
burns, scalds, ulcers, wouuds
and sores is DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Sal"o. A most soothing
and healing remedy for all skin
affections. Accept only tho
genuine, .3. V. Harris & Bros.
The Fair sells it for less.
Watermelons are still quite
abundant, and all those who love
good melons can certainly ap.
preciate the flavor of those that
aro raised in tho mountain districts.
Scott's Emul-ion is not a
good medicine for fat folk.s.
We have never tried giving it
to a ral fat person. We do"'t
dare. Yon see Scott's Emul
sion builds new flesh. Fat
people don't want it. Strong
people don't need it.
But if you are thin Scott's
Emulsion is the medicine for
you. It doesn't tire you out.
There is no strain. The work
is all natural and easy. You
just take the medicine and
that's all there is to it.
The next thing you know
you feel better you eat better
and you weigh more. It is
a quiet worker.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & DOWNE, Chemlm, ,0, Pejrl St.. N. V,
SociuJ fi oo all drujjijj,
to tin- climate
lungs' Why HKMM
Cow Lost Kowiml.
A brown tnulov cow. about 2J-
years old, with heifer calf, mot-
ilea or wnue spotted face, un
fa randed marked swallowforlc
in left ear and crop off right oar.
John Zeucher, Tanner,
Plumbing at Hagolsfoin's.
A $25 suit of clothing given
W. O. Ccwhran,
The Clothier near postoffice.
The Grant Lumber Co. carry
the stock all kinds and want
your business call and see us
our prices will suit.
Mr John Cornelius, of Bronte,
was in town Thursday and re
ports that ho Is already to put in
his crop of wheat and rye.
Plumbina at Hagelstein's.
Car load of Hancock Texas
Diso plows. J. S. Miles.
Notice !y i'ulilicatlon of l'iiiul
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To tho Sheriff or Constable of
Tom Green County Greeting:
E Rudolf, Administrator of the
Estate of Jacob Flohn, deceased,,
having tiled in our County Court
his final Account of the condi
tion of the Estate of said Estate
together with an application to
be discharged from said Admin
istrator. You aro Hereby Commanded.
That by publication of this Writ
tor Twenty days prior to Octo
ber 7th, 1901, in a Newspaper
regularly published in the Coun'
tyofTom Green you give duo
notice to all persons interested
in the Account for Final Settle
ment of said Estate, to tile their
objections thereto, if any they
have, on or before the October
Term, 1901, of said County
Court, commencing and to be
hoiden at the Court House of
said County, in the town of San
Augelo on tho first Monday in
October A. D. 1901, when said
Account and Application will be
considered by said Court.
Witness Ed Duggan Clerk of
the County Court of Tom Groon
Given under my hundjund seal
of said Court, at my office, in
the town of San Angelo this fi
day of September A. D. 1901.
Clork C. C. Tom Green County.
Issued (1 day of Sept. 1901.
C. C. Tom Green County.
Notk-o to (JrectitnrK.
In the Kfetntv
No lilt.'), of I
Isaac C. Hvaii8,dec'd. ) In the
county court of Tom Green couu-
Whoreas, lottors of adminis
tration upon tho estate of Isaac
C. Evans, deceased, wore
granted to the undersigned by
the connty court of Tom Greeu
county, Texas, at the July term
thereof A. D. 11101, all persons
holding claims against said
estate aro required to presont
the same within tho time pro
scribed by law.
My residence and postoffico
address is San Angelo, Texas.
F. E. Allen,
.. - i
4 "' sHssjstmuM