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THE SAN ANOELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER, 22. 1000.
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Down and Out g
AM DOWN AND
out of tlii lanH agent
business in San Anfclo
S Texas; but as one cf the
g owners cf Sunny Side ad
2 dition I will have charge
g of same as well as some
S lots on Chadbournc street
8 and som: improved prop-
crty on the North Side,
; and a few lots on the
8 East Side of town. I will
g sell any or all of this prop'
B crty at a bargain as I am
8 closing out to leave Tom B
5 Green county. jf
3 I can malc you terms
it on any of tliis property.
g I also have some acreage -
Innri ifar- i It r IMplKnrlict
8 College site suited for
J truclc farming or garden
or Sec me, I am ready to
Sn.n Anilclo, Texas.
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Woman's Club Meeting.
The Sun Ang-lo Woman's Club
met in regular somi-inonthly
niosting at the home of Mrs. A. .1.
Iinkor. on West Beauregard nvo
nuo, Wednesday evening.
The ordor of the averting's pro
gramme and study was an follows:
A Martyr of the Reformation.
The Reformation in England.
Act Ifl, rirstllnlf of Scone II.
Leader, Miss Rose Chamberlain
Left for Vra Cru, Mexico.
Miss Murjorihanke, of Chicago,
who has been the gueBt of Mrs
John Findlater, Jr., left Friday
afternoon for Vera Cruz, Mexico.
Miss Marjorihaiiks will join a
brother there and together thoy
will go to Galve-ton. Miss Mar
jorilmnks spent threo weeks in
fcJan Angelo, and enjoyed her visit
to West Texas very much.
Douglas Marjoribanks, a broth
er of Miss Marjoribanks, recently
from Scotland! will remain in Sun
Angelo probably all winter.
r Club Dance fur Mbs Pilch.
In honor ol Miss Bess Fitch. o"
Sherman, who is viniting Mr and
it) MM IJUfhl Imc' 1 ljt
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l'i.r b v. imI Hi' i t lis tint lunula
mimI fnni wii' 'I'll'or from the
j'II'mh- i full!, nw winds tin-
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This is n dainty propiirut u u
t tint. keeps tlio skin as smooth
Costs hut. ft trill.? mid !
u firth nil thut comfort and n
fair complexion is worth. Not
greasy 'Ji' sticky perfect in
Prlco 25 Cents,
Mrs It. C. Mathews, an im
promptu eliih (lance was gotten
iiji Monday, the delightful alfuir
occurring Mondiiy night. It was
inlorinal and all the more pious
ant A 1 1 e n ding were: Miss Be?
Fitch, of Sherman; Misses Addh
Hi. Imp. X. II Ed-. Helen Mil's
piiigh, Ethel II. aid, Anna Burn
McGuire, Eula Children. Iillnii
K"V. J(.iiiiett- Ohaml) r i ii i n.
El .'.iln'th Smith. Mary, Bland
M ' h pnugh, Gillicon Mutton
Sadi- MilUpaugh, Olga Susan.
Kathleen nlluce, Mury Howell
McWIiorter. Kala Mumm, Velmei
Fuller: Mr -ihis .1. Titus, of Syr
acuse, , l ; Mr. .in- umwn, oi
Galveston: Messrs E X. Daniel.
Boulwcur, Tom Hnttorson, Law
son pulley, L. I) Mrooks, Jr
Victor I'rohaudt. C T Pulton
McCarthy, W. W Ourringtoii.
Evans, Dudley. Ilob-rt Raphael,
Vernon K-y. I! II. Dob, ns. Don
Fuller, D O. Shilg. Alhert 1).
Berry, .lerm 1'owell, Will Day.
Unnquct I'liMpiiuctl to Thursday live
Tim elaborate ilnuier iiriginuten
liy the diiTctni)- 'I the San An
gelo Husili'SS eillb will !e given
Thursday nigl t, weather pet ma
ting. 'I he swell function will he
a highW n-itgnmil ii ltd ornate
occasion, ,tnd will take place in
tho district court loom of the
cou it house.
The marriage of Miss Agnes
Black, of Ft. McK iv-tt, daughter
of Col and Mr William 1 .
Black, tn Ai'ihui II Mirtiii, of
San A i L'"l' if. 'iiiiiiiunced to occur
at McK.n'i,( Xn
The iiivitaiious read .
Mr. and Mr. William h. Illnck
rcriuc't the hniinr of .whip presence
at the iiiurriuuu or tliolr (liuitrlitcr
Mr. Arthur I Icmlrrson Martin
Wi'tli.oida.v i leiiin-, Nov. ', UlOll
tit seven o'clock
LlvoOiik I'nik, l-'i. McKavett, Texas.
At home utter Dec l."i,
Sun Angelo, Tuxiib.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R Hodges, of
this city, were very mil -h ur
prinod to receive the news Thurs
day, from Dallas, of the miirrtug
of their daiight'T. Miss Ella
Hodges, to .1, A Millornian, o!
that city. Tho happy event oc
curred at th home ff V.- a"d
M M E Cope un X., 1-1
Tu- Irue ivhs ih- .i st ni h-r
HlHfer Mrs P (lie, at til- time
Mm I lodge has l-lativ-s in
San Aiigolo, n"d u legion ol
fi"iidn who wimIi her ii luil pur-j
i ii of joy through wedd-d I tl
Mi MiJIormoti i n Dallas tm-i-1
nittii of ititigi'iu and popu-
(1 Mil it
il V, . '
1 d. ii'i
i-i l-'ii.r tii
' do nod C.lnd Unit, well Kn-wn
Ulig biKKtiir hi i! Iniriiecs ili-ii
i .'t mi ' ! in rr if '
,. il I Ml- 1 it, 1
My hiHiiiiHH is to II x o.k.s. The'
. y bst of work lit reaminMlih.
pi 1 9 Avoid nil worry by -iid-'
i j wv woik to 11, e, 'I rnprKt nt '
ihujiuoplo who niiinufiiettir the'
II art ford llcyo! 1 '" t '" l en rn '
mnu X'l'y rf. nouuliarlv,
Itluptell t!) this Ollllllile 11. .il1
pi in to grass ijtirtH
0.iieB St met bridge j
' p HtMjmiiii, of Sonum, won
tbo oily Satunlny on busiuef-s
THE DEATH ROLL.
Dud at the home of Mrs. .1.
E. Douglas, o . College avenue.
i Friday evening at 0 :!!() o'clock, of
acute pneuiiU'iiia, Ami Nieliol".
aged l!U. Dtct-ased l-aves a wif
aud little daughter I'll- remains
were einbuliued Saturduv by A S
Otiutt it Son, nnd shipjied to the
former home at Helton, where in
terment took place SuiUay
Aha Nichols, accompanix! by
his liiinily. came to San AngUo a
fi-TT ueekfi ai;o to res do He was
troubled with a lung affection
and sought the ranlied utuios
phore of West Texas as a nlief
lor tho malady. He was a well-to-do
man, and bought a large
ranch near Sail Augeio shortly
after coining here and iiImi pur
chased u homo in Angelo Heights.
His wife and baby had just re
turned from Helton on the after
noon train Friday, where Mr-.
Nichols went to attend tho fun
eral of a relative It seems that
her husband, after working hard
and becoming very warm on
rhursduy, took a sovoro cold that
settled on his lungs, and ho hud
gone to Mrs. Douglas for treat
ment when he expirod.
Miss Carrie liaslcy.
Miss Carrie Easley died at the
ngelo Heights 4anutoriuni Sun
day morning at 0 o'vlouk, after a
lingering illness, aged 150 year".
The remains were interred in
Fairinount cemetery .Sunday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. P.
I'Icdger, of the Hapt'st church,
conducting the funeral servieet-j,
Deceased had some relatives at
Knickerbocker, with whom she
came to Texas a few months ago
from South Carolina.
You Take No Risk.
Anv student not satisfied at the
completion of the oours that the
Hyrne Simplified Shorthand or
Fritctical Hookkeeping is all we
claim for them, can get every
cent of his tuition buck simply
by presenting to the collego a
written statement to that nlVect
If 011 arriving and seeing our
work you doubt our claims, de
posit money for the course in an
bank payablo only when wo do
what we claim
What other school will give you
such 11 guaranty? Could wo give
it if our advertising matter did
not state the truth and our
courses prove to bo what we slnim
for them? Writo for our large
illustrated catalogue, it will in
terest you. T lor tConiniorcial
College, Tyler. Texas
Merc Direct Prom Ireland.
Messrs. .William Conliind and
ThonuiB Conhuid, brothers, from
the Emerald Isle, have hcou in
San Angelo several days on inter
esting business. Tho Messrs.
Conland are nativo born Irish
men and aie on n visit to Amoricu
for tho purpnso of securing agents
for a mammoth Irish-linen manu
The two Irishmen are refined
and cultured gentlenion of about
forty-fivo years, but neither
speaks English fluently, one of
the brothers being hardly ablo to
make himself understood. An
interview sought by a I'resB re
porter was refused, the elder of
the two foreigners stating that
later they wished to announce the
full purpose of their mission to
Texas Messrs. (Jonlainl ex oot
to r-niain in San Angelo several
Wh-it tin- nut rigiv yen will
!linl h'-re. Irtish and inviting
vi n -ort of buk-d thinus
w(rlh e h t i 11 u for vmir
(r(,f your Fruit L'akt.- Mmv.
Sold 4O1) Strers at p. t.
D. K. M-Mullen, the Sutton
county rancl tiiaii who resides in
this city, sold aniuiiiuy to G W.
Stephenson. Hilton. IDO il and
'1-year-old si.-.-ts. at private terms.
Livestock Aelit Here.
F S. Hi-mk-i, 1 i--.lock n-ci t
for the Mini., .. f( .'i Worth,
whs in S,in A 1 !.., . 1I1 h'r-a of tho
week linking atti r tin- ItVnvj
shipping that, was going on. Mr
Hmoks reinaineil in the city sev
According to I'ross n-p. rts, the
Texas Angora Goat Co., of Grant' -view,
Texas have purchased a
llnck of S000 Angoras, which they
have shipped to their ranch in
Edwards county This company
exp-cth to have In 000 pounds of
mohair to sell next season We
hope the venture will prove a
great mceesi. Texas has m .re
Angoras than any state in the
Union, but she hasn't the tenth
part of what she could have
Farm and Hunch
$5.1,000 Rtincli Stuck Dual in crock -ft
.J-diii Martin, of ('rocki-ti -..uu-
ty. who recent I v retir-d Iroin the
lurititi.r- 1 11 t n-s in this oilv.
Inih gone hack to his first lovo,
Mr. Martin Lomiht Satuiday
I ni m his father-in-law. .1 W
O loin, ot Crockett county, a 0
section ranch and all livestock
south. -list of Ooiia. for a total
consideration of S&H.OOO The
deal comprised the JL'.OOO acres of
grazing land, l.hOO head of stock
cattle, II.lTiO head of sheep, and a
number of i.uldle horses
Mr. Martin's family will reside
111 their recently improved homo
in South San Angelo, and the
head of the family will attend to
his ranch iuteiests.
Rusxell it Hevans bought from
W A. Davis, of Eldorado. 500
coining !5'h and -I'm, dlivory in
spring. Terms p. t
Lee Murchison bought Win!
Tr-iiilwell'rtline Pen-heron stallion
tli i- week, paving the fancy price
of iM) l.ee put. his I'm- saddle
horse "Fritz" 111 lit- d-al at $ITo
Decker Hi others sold Frit?
ricvei it n-yist-red Poland 'Mima
hugs tJii" v. . k t)u- limit and
two females, paving $1.1 and 5
each. Menard Enterprise.
I. X. Hrooks bouuht. 100 head nf
nannies fiom 1'nuik McGonagili.
at -I 00 per h-ad
M.M. I'arkerson, of Edward
county, to J. M Gilbert, Sut
ton count v, 100 head of rtuck cat
tle, at $10 around
Don Coopei returned I mm San
Allgelo the first of the week llo
reports having bought from
Thomson Hrothers, of Schleicher
county, lor H-avers and Cooper,
Our Stoare "
Hlhlion 1 inn- Synif), new crop
urallon . Ifi
in Ihpan Snow Drill Laid I 00
New Grapes, per pound .1(1
Kvapor.'iled Apples, pur Ih. .. .Ill
White Swan Sj nip. u.Mni faii-
cj, gallon H
Celery. '.' hiuii'lies il
Wapco Open Kettle .Molasses,
White Sttwn .Mince Meat, :i
lUlh pit il Arin llatiiinur soda .00
r gallons Sorghum I 0
Hxtrti High I'ntent Flour, per
100 in, . ... -,fi()
High I'llteiil Fln.o, .c .u.1. .. -.-0
Kinokcluss Shells, 1 J git, 1)0 .. .0.1
I'lnk limns, ISOIhs for 1.00
7 lbs bulk rousted uulTrn 1 0o
7 Ills iiullc gicen colfeo 1.00
Wapco MmcuioiiI, .! packages .--Wujico
ViirlnJcelll, I! jitml.'ligu.s .ii
J' 1 Pis V C Sugar 1.00
In ills (.tuiiul.itcti "Stini' (tie-l
jri'iitlei ... 1 .f Ml
I'ic-UIt I gal w oikI keg '.o
1'iti it s. 1 gul glatth lar ul
'ins lb cans, each. . . I'i
Siti.' an's Wrapped Hauon,
tin ti-hl. Ill j:,
Sineliilr'tt liaais, pound 10
I i i- Hull liucon, pound. . . 1'!),
I'Vj.'s. fresh and nli-e, doen. , ,;!l
Sweet I'otalois, husliel 7fi
('renin Claehi-, pound 20
Mrlck Cheese, piund i"i
Rviy Vour ThanftsijIvinU
'furli-ey From U.
Gam Grocer Go.
lifist L'r ni.Iio Are.. San AncHo
If you are, or ar
not, you should
bring your orders
for dainty dishes
to inu. You can't
help but get tho
B. L. Trimble,
ten cars of fat cows They were
shipped from San Ang-lo to Si.
Louts inark-i, Saturday, Xoy ().
T. .1 . Morris, of Soitura, sold
to l!o (I'ass-iick, )ietwi-n vO in d
Kill head of stock uattle, at -flL'.fiO
per head. Sonora Sun.
.1. X Tipton bought !50 fat cows
from V. H. Ellis Monday.
W. F. Jiiikins bought -10 ciwh
iror.t i.oiiis liessmaii, iiuving
-I X. Tipton ,t Co.. bought 110
fat cows from E E. Holt, of Kim
ble county the past week.
Haker Hros. it Wall, of Rrady,
bought front Col. Win. Black and
others a lino lot of fat cows.
They passed tliioiigh Sunday on
their way to Brady.
Joe Fleming of Kimble comity,
sold Lee Schuler 07 wet cows at
111 !schul-i held same stutf one
day and sold to W. F. Jenkins for
Louis mid Albeit Murehioii o
Kingslaud, were hetu last week
visiting their brotheis, A. II. and
D. A and other 1 datives. While
here they bought from A II
Murc.hison ! pure l-red bull
calves at .fdO each Menard
I ,-. 1 1 f. s. , , ; 1. 1
tn 1 , 1
I. , .v - . ,
tie II - r. 1! 111 .1 .1 x.
last o s,,,,, ,jj , u )r, ((l,
Stock shipping is picking up,
and there i- a liki lihood ( i a-
11111113' IIS 1 ()('() .llll'rt b-ii.g slnpp. 1
out in "iisiern ni'trkets n-foi the
fall sh (.ini: ti'i.tiiii ih iiv"". t
Stoekrh'pilieiils front Sun All
gelo Mi.iii'ay wi re a fol.ows:
C II. I'.iwell to Kansas City,
- cars slock cattle; Hubert E
Mai ley to Karens City. " cars;
King Mros t'i KtiiHasCity, 1 cur;
H. L. and 10. L. Dirmeroii to l'b.
Worth, 1 car; .1. 1,1. Odin to Man
ton, La., 1 "ii n houses; It. L ami
J W. Curruthlj'ri to Kansas City,
Hears beef until?-; (J. L. Broom
to Knnsaf) City,' ir cars; 11. (3
I'earson to Ft Worth, ' cars;
Max Mayir it (Jo. to Ft. Worth, "2
cars; C. L. Broome to Ft. Worth,
Miss Hester GoU ln-r wint t.
Coleman, Friday afternoon, as
nurse lor a very ill patient there
Mohsis A. H. McLean and C
A. Green, of Win-hell and
Brooke Smith, Brown county,
were prospectors in San Angelo,
Contractor R. W. Brydson, of
Austin, who is in charge of the
construction work of the new
Santa Fo depot, left Monday fur
th- state capital to cou for with
Architect Clms. II Huge, who de
signed the nil 11. lure
, Cures Tetter,
1 Ccrerrn Itch
DONT SCRATCH il
I eruptions, Chap
1 ped Faces and
For aim. 1, J, , Harris,
1 I "" ,, f. K
wuiie mi go"
llornHi tiy.i the Mo, (Cor.
Maun E IIiiri.iHh, tho do-
eitiii -aitiiMiutc lor ropiosontu
ii oi th HUiiil district and ili.i
erstwhile newHi-dit'irof r.lni .Stand
ard, htated to a l'r-js .eporter
t'uit ho iniil li.mglii Dim idniit and
llHllie-s ol the W..b Texas Mou
il. ii". ""lock, stock and I., tv ', '
f-ttm lt-v l M. W,wt, ...ir
ui-nt will give up control Satur-
iay night, Xov. L'-l. The papei
will com nine as the Monitor foi
the present I'm going to start a
morning daily about Deo. 0. and
will run it 011 a strictly independ
ent basis." Mr IJorniBh said that
politics would take a very small
pari 111 li.e policy of his paper,
and that lm was going to run n
strictly union shop.
He and his collaborators intend
moving the place of publication
to more commodious quarters ore
the daily is launched. Vol. J,
Xo. I is watched for with intorest.
-Big line of shoes for all kinds
of f((tttf Austin Spencor it Co 's,
the Baigiiiu House.
Will sniAo an olo
Dinner next Thurs
day i.t high noon
Th- good old way
like mother use to
niuko it is the way
we intend to tickle
the huiigiy Hjiot,
and wo don't charge
much for d 'iig it,
M Successor to