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The San flwielo Press,
.l'0IIU8IIKt) BVKKY KIM DAY IIY
IIuohiaw Bmiiii. 8 V PAIIOK
SMITH A PARSONS
BAN ANHK1.0. Ti:X. Sept 7. 11101.
Subscription, per vear, ' 51i50
The Sn AukoIii I'rr so niton I b' In bar
tronj with rtitj rc.idlni.' people uf Hie ureal
territory ol Huuthvesl 'Ji-li, nml lltn
oiil tifwnpaper l thl rurllla pctlon of
rcrontry Itn vt ilunim urn dovotcil to hloek
pfoworx, IIp-uIito mil r'nrmlni? newt, In
Icropsnicrt with Home Iriduilrlnl nml useful
ClucMlnci nru information Whrn natlci
or Information lmlinlr.l, hIwbjo t-ndooe two
lo ktampH tor pnotiiKu hi.H oiatli.nery, urol
your aiwwcr will tie either through Hid col
unarw of the I'reiH.or by mull o noon nt
lTBCtlcl)le Wmply ndilrcs us ahore
luuructcd. Hdltor of I'rcsn,
Sun A tiffin I a pmihimm'Ouh Utile
Ckty of 4'M) iiopulittlnn, very nearly
gpGO feet above the sea level, which
pakcu It an Ideal pliitv for the In
valid, an thu ivni. dry atmosphere
Je not loo raro ' for those Buffering
ith any cough or lung allcetlon,
-rrjillo It oIhu rapidly ouron thu rhcu
rodtlc or Lhmc with systems loaded
Jt in an Ideal licalth resort, furn
Jibed by nature, at tho forks of the
jtforth and South Coneho rivers, two
litre airis of pine Hprlug water.
The land of Tom fJrccn county and
tho great Concho eountry If unsur
passed for fertility, yielding cotton,
corn, oats, wheal, rye, Imrlay, and
$U) sortH of fruits ami vegetables
grow In abundance.
If you want any special infonna
Hon regi'.rding lands, cnUlo. climate,
health or location The I'ross will
(jliidly aid yon If It ran. Simply en
close two H-ccnt stamps for poMlitgn
and stationery, and addresb The
Austin Spwieer. the Land Agent,
will be pleased to answer any iie
tlon by correspondence, will cll or
trade, and should you conclude to
visit San Angelo kindly call and let
roe show yon the country.
The Land Atront.
Arrives 1:20 a. m.
Leaves 4,00 p. in.
Arrives 5:15 p. m.
rXaves 8:20 a. in.
TIio Florida orange crop this
year will be the largest since the
Hovere frost years ago. The
crop is estimated at two million
jjoyes, which is an increase of
vo hundred thousand over Hie
total production of last year.
The iltiternational yacht race
for America's Cup between
the Shamrock No. 11 and tho
Columbia will uc postponed.
Whether or not the postpone
jneut will bo fur a few weeks
yr until next season has not
yet been decided.
At the initial shoot lor the
Jlawlings Diamond Medul. held
(Suturday and yesterday after
noon at Dupont Park, Dr. bond,
-who won the itntal shoot for the
JDuponl Trophy, won tho con
test after a spirited shoot-otf,
with Frank Orvis a close seconti.
Twenty -seven shootors contest
ed. Tabler'h Buckeye Pile Oint
ment is not a panacea, but is re
commended for blind, bleeding
or protruding piles, and It will
cure the most obstinate cases.
Prices, 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. For sale by .J.
W. Harris it Co.
Local option was deleated at
JBldorado last Saturday by a
Hwall majority. Prohibition is
all right U it would prohibit, but
the town has yet to be loiind
whore local option exists that
the blind tigor or jug trade does
not iloumli in a very quiet way,
und more drinking is really done
thau whon regularly licensed sa
loons are allowed and a protec
tion is thrown around the youths
Of the country,
White's Cream Vermifuge is
essentially the child's tonic. It
hnproves the digestion and as
fiiniilutiou of I'-joii, strengthening
the nervous system ami restor
ing tliein to tho health, vigor
and elasticity ol spirits natural
to childhood. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by .1. V. Harris it Co.
The St. Louis Fair will hogin
Oct. 7. Ah lias been the cus
tom for a great many years,
tho opening day will bo Chil
dren's Day. On that day every
pupil ol any school, public or
private, in St. Louis is -entitled
to freo admission to the Fair.
.The result of this liberality on
the part ol the nssociatian has
boon that on tho opening day
from 100,000 to 150,000 persons
havo been scattored ovor tho
grounds. Tho management of
of tho Fair Association say that
the Fair this year shall bo one
of tho best in tho forty-one
years of existence of the asso
ciation. St. Louis -Republic.
Something like 250,000 will
be expended by a few Western
roads this year in tlie pnrchiiso
of fans of special designs for ad
vortising purposes!. The Bur-
imgion anu ioruiwesiorn rouus
have justcoiitractv'd with firms
in Japan for 1,000,000 fans to bo
given away in the United States
next summer Tho fans arc
made in the homes of the Japa
nese people, and the printing
executed by firms in that coan
try. from plaios sent there from
Chicago. Ol 500.000 fans order
cd by one of tho roads. 100,000
will be distributed in the terri
tory east ot Chicago and 100,000
west of the Missouri Hiver. The
fans cost on an average of 12Jc.
St Louis Republic.
Thousands suffer with torpid
liver, producing great depres
sion of spirits, indigestion, con
stipation, headache, etc. Her
bine will stimulate the ver,
keop tho bowels regular, and
restore a healthful buoyancy of
sprits Price 50 cents. For
sale by J. W. Harris & Co.
Gcorgio nt The Fair.
Georgia has never been repre
sented at any international ex
position, because of a section in
her constitution whi'jh forbids
appropriations for such purpos
es. It is proposed by tho friends
of the exposition movement in
that state to either secure an
amendment to the constitution,
or try to have an appropriation
made through a section which
permits the expenditure of the
public monoys for an agricultu
ral oxhibit The state has one
of the finest permanent exhibits
of this character in tbe United
States, and it is tho intention of
progressive citizens of Georgia
to combine this exhibit with tho
proposed display at tho World's
fair. Great stress will be laid
by the visiting delegation on tho
fact that Georgia won the first
award at the Omaha Exposition
lor a state exhibit.
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for
the widow of the brave General
Burn ham of Machias, Me., whon
the doctors said she would die
Irom Pneumonia before morn
ing" writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln,
who attended hor that fearful
night, but she begged for Dr.
King's Now Discovery, which
had more than once saved her
life, and cured hor of Con
sumption. After taking, she
slept all night. Further use en
tirely cured hor." This mar
vellous medicine is guaranteed
to cure all Throat. Chest and
Lung Diseases. Only 50c and
l. Trial bottles free at J W.
Harris & Co. drug store.
Tho total number of stock
received at Kansas City for tho
year ending September 10, 11101,
were cattle, 1,29-1,!M2; calves,
00,000; hogs 2,(527.778; sheep,
000,107, horses and mules 70,505.
all of which were transported in
Ore producers are looking for
a better and stronger markot
and n fair advance in prices.
The activity in ores for the
past two weeks shows that the
markot is veiy strong, and an
advance may be looked for bo
fore the week is out.
poisons the blood, irritates
the nerve-cell's and causes
aches and pains in the tem
ples, eyes, brain and spinal
cord. Headache, neural
gia, impaired appetite, indi
gestion, sleeplessness, nerv
ous exhaustion and des
pondency all point to the
weakened nerves that are
crying aloud for renewed
strength and health.
"My trouMe was nirousn, pain
In hend, neuralgia, tuitcliinc of muscles
nml MerpU-ssnm. Two liotlliR cf Dr.
Milc Nervine rrmmlt-tely cmed me.
J1W Jl 1IA MOTALINO.
1 lander, N. V.
soothes the nervous irrita
tion, stimulates digestion
and builds up health and
strength. Begin to-day.
Sold b) drui;i:iMs on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Graijt Ltiipber Co.
Court House Square, -
WE HAVE A LOT OF FANCY AND
PLAIN DOORS and at prices lo
suit. Sash in all sios at low figures.
All grades of Lumber and Building
Material, and if you want to build any
thing from a shed to a hoUSC, wo want a
chance to figure with you, as we make
the price to suit.
E. T. JETT
Groceries, Grain and Hay.
In the Post, on Sonora Road.
Give us a trial, and we will sell you goods as cheap as
can be had. We aim to please
.& JM "HV Mi-Jf "JWV tH? J)X yfc? J&.
rtlfl ?i Xljt TJ1 rTJ irtj yf) rm-t -Jf,
Will buy and sell lands, on coininii-nlnn. will survey,
I'l.iHHly and report on value of lands. Will render and pay
taxcR on lands. Will beam tenants, collect and remit rent.'.
'Hub largo or umalliractB fortmlcor lease. Has special liar
tf.'Unt) In town lota. Will inmire your property in the
bcHtaud mofet liberal companicH doing bUMlnese in thu United
States. Will furnish free to all parties putting property
in my handu a map of city or county, designating property
with general dencription. Give me written authority to take
charge of same.
Office, U. G. Taylor block,
up Htairu, Chadbourne st
I'eter Mulior in Truinlni: lor
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 14.
Peter Muhor, erstwhile seeker
for pugilistic championship, is
now a seokor for American citi
zenship. Peter is now a native
of Ireland, but despairing of
home rule for the "auld sod."
he has decided to shake King
Edward's government for good
and embruce the liberty of the
of the Stars and Stripes for his
Peter has been training faith
fully in tho United States Con
stitution, und when his iinal
bout comes off in the Federal
Court he is sanguine that his
knowledge of Undo Sam's coun
try and Government will act as
a solar plexus in the lirst round
and win for him the title of
United States citizen.
As a preliminary, Peter has
obtained his "first papers."
Those express in legal form
Peter's age as H2 years; declare
that it is his intention to re
nounce all allegiance to tho
King of Groat Britian and Ire
land, and become u good, true
If you are troubled with
inodorous breath, heart burn,
"atuloncy. headache, acidity,
wins after eating, loss of appe.
lite, persistent melancholy, or
low spirits. You need a toin ,
a few doses of Horbine will give
you the recuperative force to
roinovo these disorders. Price,
50 cents. For sale by J. W
Harris V Co,
It Sonuilt- Very IMcnnant.
How dear to our hearts is the
steady subscriber who pays in
advance at the birth of each
year, who lays down his dollar,
and lays it down gladly, and
casts round tne office a halo of
cheer. He never says "stop it,
I can't afford it.' nor I'm got
ting more papers than I can !
read, but always says "send
it, tho family like it in fact, wo
all think it a real house huld
need." IJow wolcome ho is
when ho steps m our sanctum;
how he makos our eyes dance;
wo outwardly thank him, we in
wardly bless him the steady
subscriber who pays in advance.
Jacob- M. Austin, of York, Pa.,
finds sditico and interest in tho
Bible. Since 1801, when he be
gan reading it, he has read it
from beginning to end 37 times.
-San Ancclo, Texas.
" & jy&Jlu ? iiC 'Sir:
VJJ' 0J.- J7 irV - "f
Correspondence Solicited -'
REAL ESTATE SURVEYING, W
AND FIRE INSURANCE A&.
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
Water Valley, Tex ,
Sept. 17. lflf.l.
To The Press:
We are having a little touch of
wintor just now, just enough
to remind us of the fact that the
time for heavy clothing and
large woodpiles are a hand,
even at the door.
Winter is nigh at hand and
the grass except in lavored spots
is dry and short, the nuns here
last week having been very fair.
With feedstuils scarce and
high priced, with all kinds of
provisioiih high and getting
higher and with .McKmloy, the
arbiter of our fate 111 regard to
good times, dead, the prospects
of tho poor farmer or stock,
man is anything but as bright as
might be desired. Still wo have
the consolation that there are
sections of country in worse
shape than ours, that U we
have hard times before as oth
ers have still harder.
I A really healthy woman has llt-
iio pain or discomfort at tho
menstrual period. No woman
neons to have any. Winn of J
Cardiff will quickly relievo those
smaiting menstrual pain nnd.
tho dragging head, back and
side aches caused br falling of
tho womb and irregular menses.
has brought pornianont relief to
1,000,000 women who suffered
every month. It makes tho men
strual organs strong nd hoalthy.
It is tho provision mado by Na
ture to givo womon relief from
the torriblo aohes and pains which
blight to mauy homes.
i w . B"S.0?.Dx' -"il"?. '
I- 4-.""- -w . iui iuuio nine.
I ild9 pd could not nt wiy relief until
J rlr.l a hottlo or Wino of Waul. Be-
I far I hal into.. ..,1 1. t ..""!, .
I loel It my duty to nay that you b a '
Sim. U. A. YOONT.
- ..v-.-. -v., v.wjugn( nan.
Drs. Betts & Betts
Physicians, Surgeons, Speiaists
3 07 Main St. Dallas, Tet.
The mont widely and favorably
known specialists in the United Stated.
Their long excrlence. remarkable
skill and universal xucccsh in tho
treatment and cure of Nervous and
Chronic Surgical dltteasc entitlo
tlicfc eminent, physicians to tlie full
confidence of the allllcted everywhere.
A CKKTAIN AND POSITIVE
( THE for the awful clTcetb of early
vice and the nuinorou- evils that fol
low in lt. train.
I'HIVATE BLOOD AND SKIN
Dli'iie speedily, coinplt-f.-ly and
NERVOUS DEBILITY AND SEX
V L disorders yield readily to their
I PJLES, ULCEUS AND HECTAL
Llrera guaranteed cured without de
tention from bu-inorJ.
HYDHOCELT: and VARICOCELE
permanently and successfully cured In
SYPHILIS. r.ONOHUHEA, EET
Spermatorrhea', Seminal Weakness,
Loit Manhood, Night Einlon, ab
vull as functional disorders that re
sult from youthful follies or the ex-CC-.S
of mature years.
STHIC'L'UUE guaranteed perma
nently cured. i-emoeU complete with
out cutting, caiidtic or (Halation.
Cures elTecti'd at home by patient
without a moment's pal.i or annoy
ance. OUIt SUCCESS Is biw;rt upon
fact-. I-'Irsl Practical experience
S'-eond lOvery ease Is especially
studied, thus htarting aright. Third
Medicines arc prepared In our lab
oratory exactly to suit each case, thus
affecting cures without Injury.
The most stubborn and dangerous
canes solicited. Write for free book
and -ymptom blank, or call and be
Drs. Betts & betts
367 MAIN ST-DALLAS.TEX
Many and varied were the
exurossions caused by the news
of the President's assassination,
and later by the news of bis
death, but the one common to
all was horror at the brutal
crime, sympathy for the Presi
ttont and wife, and, until the
last sad news was confirmed,
hope that he would be spared
to wife and country. Perhaps
enough has been said in con
demnation of the brutal anarch
ist who assassinated our Presi'
dent and of anarchists in gener
al without my trying to show
any more reasons why tne whole
outfit should not be driven out
of the country and from the
face of the eartn if itwere pos
sible. We never seem to really
know how to appreciate our
Presidents and it would be bet
ter for us and the entire world
if wo wore more guarded in
ouv words of condemnation of
those we olevate to high posi
tions of honor and trust while
L. 13. Hanson sold to Arthur
Button I cows and -1 yearling
heifers for 110.
Miss Covert returned last Sat
urday from New York where
she spent the summer.
H. (4. Trotter, last week, had
a strip of his land lying north of
the public; road laid oil' in town
lots of 0110 acre each and will
put-it on the market.
Prof. Thomas has organized
a literary society which meets
on Friday night every two
weeks. ft. Nink.
America's New President.
London, Sept. 17. Further
familiarity with the idea of Mr.
Roosevelt as president is having
its natural result in dissipating
doubts entertained as to tho
effect of his succession upon tho
foreign policy of tho United
States. At any rate it is be
coming generally conceded in
Great Britian that tho United
States has obtained a president
of great distinction of character.
The Exposition of his policy on
Sunday is the subject of general
Healthy Blood Nukes Healthy Flesh
To havo good Hesh and good feel
ing, to look well and feel woll tftko
Homo Gooeh's Sarsaparlllu. Nothing
elbo so good for naln and sickly
LAW ANU COLLECTION.
All kind of amiuntfl and commer
cial litigation attended to. No charge
In our (ollpctlnj; department unlcso
jui'fos-ful Correspondency solicited.
Ofllee at Landon Hotel.
W, H ALLEN.
, Will practice In all thn mnria.
1 Notary Public in office
QR. H. WIGGINS,
Gold Crown and Hridgc Work Scien
tifically done. Phono 130
Office up stairs in tho Mays building
(, E. MAYS, M. D.
Office .it Central Drug Store. HosI
dence WefftTwohig Ave.
ALL CALLS ANSWEltEDI'ItOMITLV,
DRS. MARBERRY & COOPER
SAN ANGELO. TEXAS.
Office, San Angelo Hotel up .stairs.
HesldeiicoH. Dr. Cooper Twohlg Avo.,
pn. O. B. LOVE,
SAN A.'0i:i.O, - - - TKXAS
Over Plndltttnr's. Phono lS.r.
t C. PARSONS, M. D.
San anoi:i.o, - . . Tkxas,
Itesidenec. MeDermolt House
gASCOMB LYNN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, up stairs Central Drug Store,
Hesidcnce, on College Hill, resi
dence phone No. 174.
fl. S. GANTT,
Modern Funeral Director
All Styles of Casket6 and Supplies,
Telephone, Store, No. 11; Resdonce,
No. 130; San Angelo, TexaB.
J. A. BURNS,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Located on Hoanregard Ave.; next
to March Hro, and prepared to turn
out ilrstelas work.
San Angelo, Toxa
Utah reports more sheep in
the state this year than wore
ever known before, and that
the grass was worn almost en
tirely away. All of this immense
herd of sheep were made possi
ble through irrigation, which
was started by the -Mormans 45
years ngo. .
A Shouklng Calamity
"Lately befell a railroad
laborer" writes Dr. A. Kellott,
of Williford, Ark. -His foot
was badly crushed, but Buck
Ion's Arnica Salve quickly cured
him. It's simply wonderful for
Burns, Boils, Piles and all skin
eruptions. It's the world's
champion healer. Cure guaran
teed. 25c. Sold by J. W. Harris
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
(ligestants and digests all kinds oi
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure, it allows you to cat all
the food you want. Tho most sensitive
stomachs can tako it. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
Is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
but do you geatf:
Prflp.irctl only by K. O. DeWitt tc Co.. Utdcago
'X'tiofl.liiittloconvdlnsatt tlmoalliuDOc. rim.
0 V P
?.? Ala k n II ihle l.mllrn, auk llruceint for
hi m:sii:ir.N kmu.inii im itri rihI
ll uifiulllt boles, waits! Willi Hub rlbbmi
TahK n oilier. Ili-rutr iIiiiii;ti)u kiiliitl
tulloiiHunil lMillnlliin. Ilnj of ourI)niKifla.
cr M-nil !. In HnmpH fur I'nrliruliira, Troll
iiinnlnlo nml "llrllrf for l.inllr," lit inter,
by rrliirn liift. 10,1100'loMlnionlaU. Hold by
OHIOHKHTBH OIIKMIOAI. CO
3100 .tlmlUfm .Si,iurr, lIIII,A 1'X. .
Mentloy Ikli p(.r.
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