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title: 'The San Angelo press. (San Angelo, Tex.) 1897-1907, December 20, 1901, Image 1',
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Why! GUildren, How are You?
HERE I AM AGAIN, THE SAME
OLD SANTA CLAUS.
i will this holiday season make
my Headquarters at
THE PIONEER BRBG ST0RE,
Opposite London Motel.
Wo will bo pleased to show vou tho choicest line, t ho besi selected mid cheapest
Stock of Toys, Books, Novelties, Fancy Goods, in San
Angelo, suitaolo for presents for old and young.
The Immense stock of Holiday Novelties, we. fehow are entirely
NEW il)i.- season's goods .ill Irtish and dean, and specially .solootod to please
our friends and customers, in quality and price. We h.ive a line of goods you want
and sell them at Lowest Prices for Cash,
The Greatest Variety to Select From.
Come in and soe the display, you arc welcome whothor you buy 01 not. New
goods will bo received until Christmas. SPECIAL FAVORS TO bUNDAY
SCHOOLS Don't forget the place.
THE PIONEER DRUG STORE,
OPPOSITE LANDON HOTEL,
The School Committee.
Ou Muiiduy night the. school
committee met and discussed
tho school question very euro
fully. Every ono prosent seem
ed hearilh ititorostod In the
cause ahd In due time thev in
tend to formulate a plan which
they believo will meet with the
approbation of tho people of our
cliy. 'Alio advocates of hotter
school faculties tiro just as much
In earnest over tho question as
ever and purpose to keep the
mutter constantly under consid
eration until San Angelo has a
school Aystom worthy of her on
torpriso und a credit to her peo.
Tho next ineuting will bo held
at the courthouse on Monday
night at.8 p. in. in thocommls
Thocomtnitteo at present con
hist of Dr. J. A. March, W. S.
Kollcy, Chas. A. D.iiloy, Eddie
Maior. Dr Boyd Cornick, Doc
Rust. W.' S Cunningham, Hon.
J. W. Hill. M. B. Pulliam, Row
P. M. Majors and M. C. Rags
dale. At the meeting on Monday
nigh; it wiisdoiMiied advisable to
increase iho membership of tho
com in i i.i i;i inn nothini: deliuitc
was dune at that time it being a
matter for future consideration.
Disease and danger lurks in
tho vital organs Tho blood be
comes vitiated and tho general
health is undermined whenever
tho stomach and liver fail to per
form their functions as nature
Intended. Herbino will lone up
tho stomach, regulate tho liver,
where other preparations only
roliove. Price, 50 cents. Forjsale
by J. W. Harris & Co.
The Plague of Alum.
It is said that tho soventeon
year locusts aro duo next sum
tnor, and farmers havo already
been warned with roforeiico to
their young orchards. Thero is
a creator plaguo than tho locusts
with us now, which affects not
only tho farmers, but tho entire
community. This Is tho alum
baking powder. Tho makers of
those articles aro trying to push
them into ovory household, ro
gardloss of the harm thoy aro
doing to tho health of tho people,
considering only tho enormous
prolits which thoy aro making
outofthom. Selling thorn auy
whoro from ton to thirty cents
per pound, thoy still mako eight
hundred per cent.
Tho public aro waking up to
the soriousnrss of this post, in
somo localities' In England
recently nearly a hundred deal
ors in alum baking powders
were taken Into court, convicted
und punished, and that rid Great
Britain of tho plague. In
Canada notice has been given
that after January next, the
method in England will be
adopted. In this country many
grocers have already been ar
rested for dealing In alum pow
tiers, and tho action of the
authorities will doubtless bo
come general. It is now unsafe
to either soil or use them.
According to Oflicor Howard,
Desmont attempted to bribo him
on tho way to tho station. Tho
oflicor appeared to fall into the
trap. Desmont, ho says, said
that if the oflicor would gtmran
too that thoro would bono prose
cution ho would see that tho dia
mond was returned. Thooflicer
accoptod tho proposition, and
Desmont took him to a saloon
at Thirteenth and Main streets.
Thoro Desmont spoko to a bar
tender, who wont upstairs and
rcturnod boon aftorward, follow
ed by a man who ontored tho
saloon and walked up closo to
tho oflicor. Dosmont said to him
that tho oflicor was all right, 'anil
when ho said this tho bartondor
handed tho diamond over to the
Howard t.hon ordered Coleman,
tho man who had followed tho
bartondor downstairs, under ar
rest, too. Tho latter offorotl
light, and things woro gotting
exciting when Oflicor Lamb camo
Into tho saloon. Coleman and
Dc.imont quiotcd down then and
woroatonco taken to the calaboose.
J. ?t Humphries brought in
from his farm 12 miles down tho
river tiyo bales of cotton Satur
day and said It. was his last balo
We tiro offering this season
Ttperfal Inducements in prices to
the churches and Sunday schools
Wanting Candles, Fruits, Nuts,
etc , for Christmas trees, romps
and other entertainments. We
carry tho most comploto lino oi
Christmas candies in tho west.
' Taylor & Johnson.
Buck and Darling cook stoves
Candies at J H Smith 0 Co.
We keep fresh candy in stock
all the time. Nothing old and
stale. Everybody knows B'lanko
Bros candy, we handle it. .1.11.
Smith & Co.
S. 0. Strong was in town
Saturday to have his arill ro
paired tit H. H Mitchell's" olaok
smith shop and then loft for
near Ozona where he Is boring a
second well for Hartgrovo and
For Cypress tauksimd troughs
sec E. L. McAlniue.
Mv. N. G. King, u.big stock
and sheepman, was in town
Saturday Ironi Sanderson and
ho said his wool crop amounted
to about 1(3,000 pounds which he
sold at 1 He. His flock, of 5000
aro in lino condition and ho
seomp quite enthusiastic ovor
sheep and their future.
PICKLES AT ADAMS'
Just received fresh shipment,
Heine's kraut, pickles, sweet
pickles, preserves and minco
meat in bulk at Adams'.
Berlin, Oct. 14. No country
does so mucu for the education
of its peoplo as Germany. The
common schools are not only in
reach of the poorest, but the tu
ition is free and attendance is
cumpulsory in childhood. Hence
ignorauco Is a crime and illitcra
tes are no moro numerous than
criminals. Having passed
through the common schools,
tho young men and women of the
country havo an opportunity to
qualify themselves by special
training lor auy one of the ninety
and nino occupations. In the
university every branch of
science is taught, and every path
of learning, as far as the anibi
tion of the btudont prompts him
to go, may bo followed. For
those who prefer or whose cir
cumstances requiro thorn to
engage in commercial, mechani
cal or ngricultu ral lines, thoro at c
schools of training for tho hands
as well as the minds for any de
partmont of human activity.
There are schools for farmers,
yurdi ors. florists, fruitgrowers,
forcubinot makers, bookkeepers,
foresters, blacksmiths, carpen
ters, machinists, tailors, shoe
makers, druinrists: thero aro
cooking bchools and institutes
for training for training servunt
girls, barbers and chiropodists.
You can ti rid a school in Germa
ny for Vouching anything you
want to know; and it is usually
supported by tho government
and froo to all comers, or per
haps only li nominal tuition Is
charged. There is no reason
whv anv person in this great
empire should bo ignorant of
tho duties pertaining to the po
sition ho is required to occupy.
A special to tho world from
Washington says: Mr. and M rs.
Hon ry Scott, of San Francisco,
are visiting la Washington.
Official and fashionable socioty
has given thuui the cold shoul
der. "Mr. Scott is tho million
aire proprietor of tho Union Iron
Works, at whopo homo President
and Mrs. McKinloy wore enter
tained during thoir visit to ban
Francisco last 6pring. It was
at this house that Mrs. McKin
loy bocamo so critically ill. The
Presidontand his official family
keenly appreciated tho courtesy
extended, but when a bill of
$8,000 was rondored to tho local
committee of inauagoment to
ltquidato tho exponso of this
entertainment, thoir sentiments
Thero is n, time when every
one needs something to revive a
drooping spirit. Chas Zenker's
whiskey tie tno oest known
Too Quick for Three Fort Worth
was !:IJ0 o'clock Saturday
ovening when John T. MoElroy.
of Pecos. Tex , started to board
tho train at the Texas & Pacific
station at Fort Worth for Dallas.
Ho had his ovorcoat on his arm
and as no started to stop on tho
train ho was crowded by several
men who "jostled" him as is
usual in thocasoof pickpockots.
Ho at onco suspected tho reason
and "searched himself" to as
certain what was missing. His
money was safe, his watch was
still nestling in his waistcoat
pocket, and then ho felt for a
1800 diamond ho wore in his
It was gone. Without a word
he dropped his overcoat and
threw his arms about the three
men near him Aj soon as he
had them "clinched" ho cried
out for an oflicer, and Depot
Mastor Fulford responded, with
him coming Ollicors Howard and
Logan. The thieves struggled
to free themselves and all throe
Desmont was caught, after a
ehuso in tho Texas & Pacific
yards by Oflicor Howard, Mr.
McElroy and George Schrouder,
a resident of Fort Worth. Ho
was brought back to the station
proper, whoro it was found that
Policeman Logan and D( pot Mas
tor Fulford had captured Jame
son, who was at once taken to
When you want good Wilis'
key, call on Chas. W. Zenker
he always keeps the best.
The Grant Lumber Co. moot
all competition and all tiures
they want your trade.
Pecans wanted by II. II. Sig
man it Co. at Caldwell's old
Just received at Fmdlator's
Baker Perfect wire
AcroHH Unfit oiwl on C'liftdliournuSt
Rooms 25c and 50c.
My Table is My Specialty.
Mrs B. McDermott
LOUIS F. HEITZLER
Wood ai)di Goal
Wood, per coid ..JI.(M)
C'oul, per ton .. (i.lX)
Sawed blocks fur licatcitt.
per cord t.'iO
Sawed and split hit cooldnc
(loves, per cord . .. !i Of)
Yard photic 8(1. lyciivo order
with A.itfiiHt Italian iU Lentil
&$&&&&& $r $$r$$Rt
The Martine Furniture House
Is in position to sell you any kind of Furniture at stock
bottom prices. It leads in this feature. Obp ur
nlture is a specialty, as thoro are mo'j j00l. folks
than rich ones and wo cator to tho o Hm trade.
Big bargains in Paints. V " . , so '(')llt
whole stock. It will Pay . 4UamlinVo.
If you contemplate neoj
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