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THI3SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN 'ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1000.
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h .in !d Germ in proud,
There is genumi be.ilth in OUR NEW
heer, lor tlu re is no purer bar breedP.ind our
motto iv "Not how chu.ip.but hoV goodli fvthing
I lops, in connection witlupiepureitfatfsKin distilU
ed water .ire mid in tlu: nnn(fi.tihirJji same. It is
.iged in steel I'n.imclcij GI.KVjUruW in a sterilized
atmosphere; tlic.iruijni .iMM'.inii the hops, a tgnic,
consuiuentl) a IwjItlpriS'niiii.r.
i i ft P i i
do not .isk jouo'ilrnMour tKcr on account ol cm-
cour.iging Wtt-ViK ' "Home" industry atone,
but lay M?ri) iwji'c Ijct that.wc luvc abiolutj a
L:iy prejudice uShk. try it, .in
San Antonio Brewing Association
iinnnniHiViiiiii Hiiiiia bis iib bib am bihp
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s nave ft unnK i
"What will you have?"
"I'll take some ESSEX
RYE or HAZEL BROOK,
cither will do mc, they
arc both fine. Try some
fellows, and you will
never take any other
brand. It makes a man
of you, and is strengthen-
So Don't Foruet
a when rou have that
I To Take a Bracer at
i Exchange Saloon
W. A. Harper & Sorts Props 5
aiiiiivBiH'Einainwa wwmn iibwiibibbib 5
-Mnreh Bros, wish to give away
odd thousand g r u p I) n p h o n u 8,
twelve ilollufB each, before Do
cumber 1st. tin1 lime limit, tf
DEPOSITARY OF THE UNITCO STA TES
e FIRST NATIONAL BANK
San ngclo, Texas
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $330,000.
GEO. E. WEBB, President
C H. POWELL, Cashier.
All Classes of Accounts Solicited.
You will never pet well and strong, bright, h.'p
py, hearty and free liom pain, until you build up vour
constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-making
It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink
It Is a pure, harmless, medicinal tome, made from vegetable
Ingredients, which relieve female pain and distress, such as lieu ache,
backache, bowel ache, dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstru
ation, dragging down pains, etc.
It la a building, strength-making medicine for women, the only
medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try It.
Sold by every druggest In $1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely anil frankly, In strictest confid
ence, telllnc us all your s mptoiiis .inJ
troubles. We will henil lite adviu;
On plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladles' Advisory
Dept,,TheCliattuiH)Oj(.i McJIctne Co,,
hutr u-n- Kranlhtit"
which .ilw.i,i holds govd!
J I convinced!
Tho gobble of tho turkey
Ih tmtHic to our oars;
Oh. itH wipin' out the gloominess,
Ii'h wipin' out tin) lours,
We're u-whettin' up th' hatchet
And n-lookin' for u block,
And u lot o' trouble's browin'
For tho Htruttin1 turkey cock.
Tin possum m.iy bo liniigin'
From a loaded 'sitninoii limb,
But wit'll leave liim to tlio nigger,
Wo niii't lookiu' uftor him;
T'io poflBiim may lio toothsome
Wo ain't inclined to knock
Wo'ro jiiBt busy mukin' trouble
For a atruttiti' turkoy cook.
Oh, wo hoar hiB gobble-gobble
In tho night-time, and our
Aro plumb full of IhIIh o' dressm'
An' rioh grnvy runs in BtrouniB
In botwoon 'inn, and whito culory
Ir ataiidin' up in HhnckB
Oh, thcro'H lot o' troublo uoinin'
For tin Htruttin' turkey cocks I
J. M. l.uwis in HoiiBton I'oHt.
Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy Than ol AH Others Put Together,
Mr. Tims, (it'orge, a inotvliunl of
Mt. Kl'in, Outorlo, hii.s: "I luivo hail
tho loi'iil ugi'iiu for I'liutiiliot'luin's
( (ittjiti iti'iiiciiy evur sini'o it was in
troduui'd into Ciiniula, and I soil as
iniii'li of it as I do of all other linos
I huvn on my shelves put together. Of
tho inau, iliions sold under guai'iiii
teo, I liuw not had onu liottlo ro
tiimed. I can pui'.sonitlly recommend
this medicine as I have used It inx
self and given it to my children and
alwa.s ttlth tlmlio"t lesidts. " l-'orsale
lis all druggists. Nov
Fon Sai.k Two met) placcB on
WoBt llurrib avonuo, one liouao is
on corner lot. AIho ono vacant
lot in gjod location. Apply nt
No 51 ut wuhI end of Ilurrm
n von no It
WM. S KELLY, V-Preside n.
"YOU ARE FRIENDS
of mine," writes Mrs. P. L. Jones, of
"For since taking Cardul I havo
gained .15 lbs,, and am In better health
than for the past 9 years, I tell my
husband that Cardul Is worth Us
weight In gold to all suffering ladies."
iM. I). Wilson iB building a homo
for himsolf in Sunny S id h ad
dition. Ed S. Cox 'ih contomplntiiig. tho
erection of a modem home in
Park Heights addition.
The big I'robandt ,fc Raphael i
building on lleau regard avenue is '
nearly ready for occiipancv.
ItiauiiilorBoTTImtK. K. AL
lin is contemplating the erection 1
of brick and stone store houses on
his lots at the coiner of Chad-
bourne street ami Oollegf avenue, i
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'"" V .-- ,mrt r uie city of San Ange b
out on the property. .Mr. Allen ' ' ....
owns three lots, and will probably I ' ,,"H, l,,t8 ''0 locuti-tl in .Marx
build three Binall businenH houseH". 'il Bliini additions to San An
The ground m 75x1 ISO feet in area . igelo, the most beautiful location
In Tlroe ol Peace.
In the Mist months of the Russia- j
.1 tu m n utir uo had a striking example
of the ni'Ci'sttt.v for piepariitiou and
tho uarl.v athantage of those who, so
to speak, "have shingled their roofs
In drj weather." The virtue of prep
aration has made hlstor and given
to us our great men. The Individual
as uell as the nation should be pre
pared for iln, emergeni'j. Are you
prepared to suixessfullv combat tho
llrst cold ,ou take? A cold can lie
cuied much more quickly when treated
as soon as it litis lieeu contracteil and
liofoie it beuoines settled in the system
Chaiiiberlaln's Cough remodj Is fit
liKiu s for lis cures of colds and it
should lie kepi on hand rcad.i for In
stant use. For sali-1 all druggists. N
Pnvors Another Opera Mouse.
I udge Taylor, who came to tins
city Inst week from I.awton, O T
believes that another good opera
house would be a paying proposi
tion in Sun Angelo. This new oil
izen to San Angolo expreshi-d him
Belt' Friday as being very willing
to assist in a monetary way, a
plan for a stock company to con
struct a modernly equipped opera
house that would be first class in
$100 Reward, $100.
Tin reuili'rsor this iiinr will IX Plensnl In
learn tlml tle'rul ut Omi-1 iiih ilri'iiiii'H dNea-e
Unit selenee lisi- lieeu iiliu tn eine In ml lis
stuui's ,0 il tlml is Citnrrli Hall C'liturrli
Curo Is the onl nillHe enre mm U nn nn to
Hie iiii'ilk'iil IruH-i tut . Cut.irrli heliiu' ii enii
llllit lomil illti.e ieiUlria u eeil-lltutlon.il
treiiltiu'iit Hull s Citliirrli Cun- Is tiil.cn In
teiiiiilU iie'lnc illieeth iihhi tin IiIihkI niitl
ln'leiill in fiiee-ol Hie -V li-tn. llierehv ill's:
triilni.' tliu riMiiiilntlini of tin ill-iM-e anil till
llltr tlie pillent stietiutli li litilMIni; ii the
t'oiiitliiilliin ii mi iism'.IIim n. it ure in ilnlin, It-.
eil.. The pHipiiilii. Ii.imi ii iniii'li Until In
Its imiiiiiIm nni is tlml thev iiilei tliui llllli
iln il ll.ill.ii. (or mi i iv in il It lull- I He
feint tor II-.1 nf teiliiiiuiliiN
iiiinsr .i l'iii'.m:') .m'i T.iinio,i.
snlil lit, ill (IliilIU'Nl- Ie
TiKe Hull I'.llnlh I'lIN fin ii m-'l 'ti linn.
New Law Plnn.
Judge T. 0. Woldert, of Tyler,
arrived in San Angelo ThuiHilay,
to make this city Ins future home.
Judge Woldert antl Attorney Car
ter T. Daltou,' oi San Angolo,
have organised the law linn of
Woldert V Dalton, and the two
gentlemen will make a strmiirj
team. I he two lawyers will
maintain their oIHcph at presi ut
at the former ollice of 0. T. Dal
ton, over the Fitst National Bank.
Hnutlie. Ilelilin skin lle.ils euts nr iMirn
vv j I In in t si ii'ur t'uii's, piles, uivcm.i. sit l
iheiini .in.? itehlm: Do in s (lliittni ni Vmir
ilriiirirlst sells It.
Kcturiis Pram Trip to Ale nurd
George Ilagelst.nn retu m ed
Thursday evening from a trip ol,
several days into the Monardvillei
country where lie reports every-
thing prospering. .Mr. Ilagel-t
st' in went on stork business and i
had a successful trip
t'lli'upesl iieeiilenl uiMinineu IT Thoni'is
r.lfi'trle Oil Slops Hie p.iln mill lli'llls tin'
wimnil. All tlrinirlsts sell It
The Arc Light.
I Fine Wines,
j Liquors and
I Cigars N
i The Warmest Place in
j the City
A Resort For Gen-
T. H, McCloskev
25 Sections of l(l in Rengan
county , from 5 to 10 miles north
of btili'i, the county seat of Ron -
l cent of this is good farming hind,
w titer is to be hatl at a reason, equals, and no superior in San
able depth. Will sell these lands I Angolo. Will sell these lots on
nA a whole or by sections, or in JhucIi terms as will suit the buyer,
;i,,"",,li"i ," -'t- 'Hie iiHee and and at very reasonable prices.
1",'"", very rea.ouabie-.fi 00 per, fi40 acres In Lipnn Flats to be
'u'1'1'. "iie-liith cash, balance live sold in ICO acre tracts, upon such
years time. terms as will suit the buyor, and
inn I nfc In' Mncr riodraliln m. tin, ,..-, rn.,0....i.i .; i
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i for desirable nites for homes in
the city; short distance from
hiiiitu Io depot; good soil and
pure water, very shallow. No
CHAS. A, DAILEY, REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Houghton Block, ChoL-dbourne Street.
OF SfN ANGELO, TEXAS
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 5130,000.00
Foyette lankersly, President J Willis Johnson, V-Presiaent
A B. Sherwood, Cashier
Official Depository of Tom Green
County and of the City of San Angelo.
W& SOLIGIT YOUR fGGOUNT
-II. F. Chainlieilain for drugB.
Mrs. J. S. Morton went to Bul
Billie llolinesley returned Fri
day from Ft. Worth.
.1. It . Meatlor anil wife went to
Miles Thiustlay on a visit.
K. IC. Springstuii was in the
city from his ranch, Thursday.
J. II. Maker was in San Angelo
Friday, from O.tuui, tjn biihin.'Hs.
J M. Karioll, of Manor, visit-i
ed ins coKi) county rancu, nisi,,
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Judge . V, Wyilll Spent rillirs -
day in Ft. Worth on a short legal
C. W Ii. Collyus went to Kortl
Worth Thursday, on a brief busi-
liens trip. j
Miss Klizabeth Bl'ake has ,,..
turned from a visit to relatives in
Mr. and -Mrs. J. I,,
Sterling City, were visitors in the
city last week.
Miss l.urlyne Hudson went to
Miles Thuisdny afternoon on a
visit to friends.
Sam Oglesby, the Irion county
i nuichiii an w as in the city Thurs-
Walter C. Donald.
buvor, representing H. C Judd &'
Pine and Cypress
Shingles. Sash, Doors
The Famous Harrison
Town and Country Paint,
BERRY BROS, Varnishes,
Sec us and get a square
d, S'ss's s' s I
cal. uLc.vt.c I
Grant Lumber E.
Yards Near Court House
1 SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Brinnt's Disease
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can d more. or Diabetes
Central Drurj Store
i more deslrnbln part of Sun Angelo.l
In fact the conditions are auoh
1 that this property has for advan-
vtv liirRB perjtages. for desirable homes and for
investment purposes, few. if anv.
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I'J.oO per aero. Kvory foot of
this land is good farming land.
Located on a public road and
near a good school.
2100 acres in solid body, 10
miles from San Angolo. 80 per
cent of this lnnd iB good farming
land; 500 acres in cultivation; Jj
Root, of Hartford, Conn., after
buying the fall clip of George
Richard-son, loft lust week for his
Mrs. I). B Cmsenbary. ot Sono
ra, was visiting in the city several
days last week.
Clarence Gafch, u Sonora eiti
yen, paid a business visit to San
Oti .v U( fnuiiiy wfiit to
Brownwood Friday on ti visit of a
few davs to relatives .
.xtioipn Jiuiit,, a pio.sprons Li-i n r- rKr r V r B
pan Flat farmer, wa in the city'l rnUINt ObU I
nil lllH.!ll.. l Milll rt.... I U B
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Mis. II. Jacobs (lnd J. K Ft..-'
i ell. of IliverMdn, Cal , weri vib-'
ltnrH '" city Jnst week
Mis .1.1) M Wallaee went to
Hamilton, Friday afternoon, on a
"''t to some 8Iuk voluttves
J. L. Johnson, the lumberman,
went to Bullinger and Coleman.
i " morning on nusiiieBS.
I.1.. ! 1 . t
W. B. Walluer, ot Water Val-
ley, was a business visitor in San
Angelo several days last week.
C. C. Brown, a citizen of Sher
wood, was a business visitor in
San Angolo Friday and Saturday.
Harry Hoberts and .Miss Mary
; mi I to it, were in the city from
Knickerbocker, last week,' visit-
! Attorney .1. J. Noill has re-
turned trom San Antonio, where
iho attended the International
K O. Thomas, of the Ft Mc-
Knvett eoinitrv wn in rim niiv
IT,, Il ir i ?
! Ihursdav and I'riday on a busi-
! nebs vit.it.
Dr. A. J. Marberry and family
returned Friday afternoon from a
visit to friends and relatives in
-Miss Winnie Jenkins went to
j Coleman, Friday, to accept a
position us stenographer in the
ollice of a law firm.
1 J. Iv. Paco, of Indianapolis,
Intl., who has been spending sev
eral days in San Angelo, left Kn
otty iiiutiiouii .virtu.
Contractor Brydson, who is
building the new Santa Ke depot,
nTTido a short business trip to
Miles Friday morning.
W Iv Sliipnuin, after a busi
ness trip of sevoral days spent at
Waco and Gatesvillo, returnnd
Fritlay afternoon to San Angelo.
Miss Ida McCulloin, of the
High school faculty, wont to
Brownwood Friday attoruoon, to
uttond the Northwest Texas Con
ference, in soBBion there.
good hoea, wells and windmill
100 acres under irrigation and lb
more that is irrigable. The South
Concho runs on the west sido of
this laud and another stream of
lasting water runs through it.
Plenty of wood Will sell nil to
gothor or in small tractB. Price
$12.50 per acre on easy termo.
This tract is in the famous Li pan
Hats and is good farming land.
Several Desirable' Residences
for sale in the city of San Angelo,
at Httch prices as will pny well to
Always Havo Good Bargains
For Sale A long oxpororinco in
the real estate business in this
section onables mo to point out
fomothing good to parties want
ing to invest either in lauds or
Just drop us a pos
tal card and we shall
bo glad to tiuote
rates, schedules and
ploasttro is our bus
the spacious stand
ard sleeping cars be
tween Ft. Worth
C W. Strain,
fi. I'. A ,
Wiien ou want fiesh groceries,
grain and hay, a new and com
plete stock. Como and see ua.
First door north of W.A. Paul's
stable on North Cliadboufne St.
A. E BELL
Pursuant to an order of tho Honor
able Commissioners' Court of Tom
Green county, Texas, mudeand enter
ed on the :17th day of Oct. A. I). 11)00.
I, .Milton Mays, Count Judge of Tom
Groen County, Texas, do hereby de
clare that the salu of Intoxicating liq
uors Is prohibited within tho bound
aries of School District Number 1 of
1 oin Green County, Texas, described
ginning at a point whore tho San An-
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by metes antl bounds as follows:
the Nortii lino of Washington cotintv
school land; Thom-o Southerly follow-
' 1"' "nitl road to the South line of said
, Washington County school land sur-
ve,; Thence Kast to Northwest corner
of David Uoyd Survey No. 10:!; Thence
S()llt'1 to Southwest corner of said
Survuv, Thence Southerly to North-
,v,.,t corner of Section Number b,
Ulock Number 22, Houston Texas
Central llailroatl Compan.i; 'I'lience
South to South County line; Tlionce
V. est to tho Southeast corner of Irion
counti : Thence North to Snrlni'Creek:
!'l lience down said creek with Its mean
ders to tho Ttorth lino of Washington
county school land; Thence Kast to
tho place of beginning, except for the
purposes and In tlio manner provided
by law, or until such time as thoiitial
illed Voters In sidd School District,
maj, at a legal Klectlon hold for that
purpose, by a majorlt.i voto ilecido
In Tcstimon. whereof, witness my
hand and the ial of the County Court
of Tom Green Count), nllhed at of
llce in San Angelo, Te.siis, this 2lltli
dav of October. . I). IIIUII.
County Judge, Tom Gicon 'onnt,
G. J. Hudst n, of the Dallas
News, was m the eity Thursday,
working in the intyrest of that
Hob and Wright RubboW rotutui
od Thursday from Bouhaiu, whore
thoy wont to attend the UubboII
l)ir wedding and to visit relatives.
Do not risk havintr
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