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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANC.ELO, TEXAS, TIII'IISDAY NOVEMBER, 22. 1000.
DRS. LOVE ifc UALLENGER.
DR. H. WIGGINS.
Gold Crown and Brldgo Work Scion-
tlficnlly dono. Phono 131
OIBco un eUlra In tho Mays building
6, T. D ALTON,
' San Angolo, IVxnB.
Will prnctico in nil the courtB
Upstairs in First National Hank
W. H. SHNAEKEL
Suaeosior to S. W. Noroross
Ofllco with Oct), Allen
smn nNceuo. texas
1A. lA.COBB,m. D.
Treats Chronic Diseases anil Diseas
es of Women and Uilldrcn.
bneulul attention stvtn to X-Hnj Di
agnosis ami treatment.
Offico with Dr. Wuodurd and Dr Do
Long, over Harris Drug Store.
Hours !):00 to W a in . 2:00 to .V00
I), in. 'l'hono connection.
I Here, Notice Cowboys 2
2 Look for the Sign of tho
X 71 Old Rtdlnhle
J. P. Dunn, Saddery Co.
2 Bunnell Bros.
POST MEAT MARKET I
g Prompt dolivory to nny pnrt B
a of tho city. tt
FrGrSli Butter and Eaas
5 Alwnys on hand.
S Phone 434
W. E. NEWTON & CO.
Experienced Funornl Direc
tor in charge. Embalming
u specialty. All culls an
swered, day or night.
Telephone No. 143
Nialit Phone No. 646
,D TB.MCK, rn
rvLi'ii nvnioi l uu
BAGGAGE, BUS or CARRIAGE
We Never Hiss a Train.
Board by the Day
Week nr Month
Mrs. K S. Cut's
Between C'oni'lio und'J'nuhij; Avon.
2 BlR 9
The BismarK Saloon
For Praticular People
A place to please the palate
and satisfy the thirst,
Call and get all you want
as many times a day as you
Ed. S. Kirby.
Tho Best Eoor Is Possible Only With
Eight-Day Malt- A Sclsntifie Fact
A perfect lvr U health. . I It builds
up Htruimtli iili.x iUki itltn, mill iietn iih
ii tonlo In kIIii renewed iltnllty. A
perfect beer lrtMi5llili. (inly with prrfoot
fiinlt. nii-l i '!' rf"' t m.ill inn only bo
niado bv thu clulil-dio process used by
Mnll hi made fiom barley. Harlcy
contain In Uh . U..i utury form tho
mnmliiicnts llutt K tu liiillil tip the
human yatcm. Tho process of making
malt, as sumo of our rentiers may
know, It much thn fmnui us tho pi cess
or illKcHllnn. Tin kiiiIii Is stirtol
Krowliur unil tho chemical cIiiiiihcm tli.it
tuko place, when It sprouts inc. si n lur
to tho iicllon of tho illtrcstlvc Itul In III
the body If tho kihIii vn'ru uti n.
I'nbst 1ms prnvon by hcIciiIIIU: ex
periments unit sixty yours of pruvtlcul
browltif? thnt clRhl iluys nrp rociulieil
In mnklitt; mult to brluK about Ihimii
ncccHMiry chemlcul cIiiuikch by which
tho perfect predlKCSttil mult Is pro
duced. Ill many breweries tliu old
four-dny process Is still upciI uiul tho
mnlt Is of forced, unimtiinil develop
ment. It lucks In nutrition mid Is In
nil wuys Inferior, much of tho vital
nutriment of tin' Kruln heliitf lost. Tho
1'iiliHt olRlit-day in lilt I im' tiroet-ss re
tains In prudlKcsted form In tho beer
all of the nutritious, llfc-glvlnt,' ele
ments of the Kraln.
rabut elKlil-day malt, tho perfect
malt, iloubli- llio cost of brewlliB but
I'abtt M.ilt. with the ixIiihIi r.ibst
method of IiioUImk. makes l'abst llltin
Itlbbon Huer siipin.ir us a ihiiuIhIiImk
Ionic and 11 delirious b. m-i iu.
If your food doesn't t t ilulit.
or If your deration Is a ml, 'orr." or
your iiplietlto Is poor, dili k .'bst llluo
Itlbbon beer before or wit our meals,
and llnd out for jourself huw kooiI It Is.
l.ndy Mouse Sold.
Lady, proprietor of tin
House, on Chadhourm
I- a d y
street, sold the place Friday t
K. . Pugh, of Ardmore. I T ,
for u consideration of $2 1500 Mr '
rngi. ib a lenitive oi ur l'j.i
Doremiib, of Sun Angelo and likes
San Angulo and West Texas so
well that ho has decided to caBt
Iiib lot among us. Mr Pugh has
taken chargo of Iiis now acqiiiHi-
Thos Shiolds, of Angelo Hoights
sold a homo place in the Heights
to C. L. May of Sherman, for
$1,150 Mr. Shields sold three
lots in Angolo Heights to D. L.
Harris, at a private consideration.
Huffman it Mnstcrton sold last
week for J. M. Fields, of North
west San Angelo, a Iiouho and two
lots in that part of the city, to T.
C. Stephens, for a consideration
of SU75. The deal was consum
Huffman tV Masteiton sold lust
week for W L. Kate to a Mr.
Cunningham, of Lipun Flat, a
homo place belonging to the form
er in the Mar iv Blum nddii ion
to San Angelo, for a considera
tion ol $7(J0.
Builey it I'nul sold last ie?k
for the Park Heights Uealty com
pany, lots 11 and J- in block t7.
if Park Hoights, to Kd S. Cox for
jlJOO Mr. Cox intends nrecting
a modern home at once on his
ilillis t Cunningham sold Fri
day for .1. W. Ivincaiiii'in to .1. M.
Peden, n lot on the east, Hido of
North Ohadbnurne stieet, that is
part ol acre lots 1.') anil 1(5, lor a
eoiihideration of SI, POO. The lot
fronts on Ohadbourne street and
is twenty-four mid a fraction feet
Cured of Bright's Disease
Mr. Ilobert O. Burke, Klnora, N.
V .. ..,.,.. ,ITJ,.f 1 .......!
Folo -'V ICJdne" 'ure I had to' up
from twelve to wentj times a night,
Hill l Wll! Ull 1)111, lll'U III) Willi III!) hi ' I . I r .1
and mj ejesight was so impalrt'd I I 'y t'1" company of that name,
could scarcolj see one of m fainll i was presented at the Turn eiein
across tho room. I had glieu up how , hall Friday night, Nov. 10, to a
FoioSfe'K r;rTet!jirk",i ho...o Tho ....moor the
bottle worked Hoiuler-, and before lluy lru' tll(' crowds, and the
hud taken the third bottle the drops; audience was not disappointed in
had gone, as well ns all other sjmp- tho show. The name ol the plav
toms oi iirignt's tusease." central
Drug Store. No
Mrs. C. M. Poole and children
are visiting relatives in Athens.
K. C, Boyd wub in the city from
his ranch several days lust week.
W. C. Shamblin and wifo, of
Stiles, wpre visitors in the city
.1. T. Morgan, of Dulhts. was a
Ibusinoss visitor in the city
O. K. ICamsoy, of Sweetwater,
wiii a busint)B3vi?itor'' in Han An
gelo litBt week .
.), K. Cutbirth, ot Stiles, was a
business visitor in the city several
days lust week.
Pomp Watson, the now Eldo
rado liveryman, was in San An
gelo Thursday on a short business
W II S. Vidor, of GalvoBton,
Iii.b returned to San Angolo after
a longthy visit to relatives in tho
Mr?. M. 0. Oloment, of Robert
Lee. loft Thur-'duv afternoon for
Comanchn nn a v'i9itof u few days
, to relatives
0. H Hnon. forniorlv ndil'M'
and I-hbic of ti.i- Ooiui EnU'f
prni'. lniB itcuopted a position iih
foH'inan cf (ho uiPclinnical tin
parimniit f tin Sun ,i'U"'o Pr'j
Mr. Bnron is u- pnnii-r and howb
paper man of lar" Nttfripnceno'l
will, no doubt, moiv linn tnuUo
good in Ilia new position. Wost
Col. Melton ih up aguiu af lor
quit (J II HUVUI't) bpl'll of HickllL'-O
Hi; wiMit to San Augelo to alliiid
thu Mt'tliodiHt uonftirunuo and ns
taken with aunt" iudigoBtiou ami
gGiieral proBlrntiou and was tin
ablo to leave his room while thero.
As 90011 as lie was able to trtivol
ho came liotnn and hau lieen oim
fi tit (1 at homo over siwo. Wimiiv
glad to know ho ib up again.
We are in receipt of (Infinite in
formation from tho West Toxas
Conforoneo at San Angolo, that
Rov. T V. Sesaions, who has for
Boino timo past been in charge, of
tho Mothodist Training school at
Sau Angulo lina boon appointed iih
pastor of the Lampasas church for
the tttiHiiing yt'iir. Mr. buasioiiB ih
an able man and we are glad to
welcome him to LnmpiiBas and
hope that Ins paBtoiatu here muy
lie pleasant both to himself and
to the L'hiir.'h. antl to the no ipleof
the town. LampaBas Leader
Tho Sail Allilelo volunteer liie
comnanv hna liaised a reioluti..n ,
'hat no more iiftoxieating lupior
hIiiiII be consumed while on duty
as liruimui. it any ease would
juatifv tho tme of whiskey surely
, tho liremun on n cold night when
10 is wet from throwing water on
t a burning tniilding andchilled to
( tho bone would 1)0, but after an
oxporionce of many ilreB the boys
'have concluded to "cut it out"
entirely. And thev are right, no
matter what u man's position or
duty he can do bettor work with
out whiskoy Ballinger Ledger.
Always Was Sick.
When a man says ho always was
sick troubled with a cough that liiht
oil all winter what would you think
if he should say--he never was sick
since tiding Hullard's Ilorehotintl Syr
up. Such a man exists.
Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado,
writes: "For jenrs I was troubled
with a seveie cough that would lait
all winter. This cough left mo in a
tniserahlo condition. 1 tried Ilallard's
llot'choiind .Sirup and have not hud a
sick 'lay since. That's what It did for
mo. "Sold hi Central Drug Store. N
Devil's UK or hunter' Success.
Dr. C. T. Cooper has returned
fiom a point on Devil's Uiver. in
Val Yordo county, where he left
tho other members of a hunting
party cuiup sed of lv S. T.
Shore, Bub Holland, t,im Dowdy,
Mr. Ueiitry and himself. Dr.
Cooper hail to return to San An
gelo on account of professional
When he parted with the jolly
crowd, four big deer had been
slain and every body was eating
viiiusou and having a splendid
Tins New I'ure Pontl and Drug Law.
We ure ilinud in .Hiniiiicn'c unit l',ie.n
llouei itr.U Tin tin coiixliv eoliN mid hlni
iroubleh N not ailjcluil lij tliu Natl, mill I'uie
I'uoU and Oru hiM as n contain no oplutev
i other liiirmfiil ilruys aid uo ieuoiniiii'id It
n a safe reiiicdv tor children ai.d iidiillh Cen
tral Urui; hiore Noi
On improved city Real Estate,
Sec, Penrose N, Ions, tf
"Sweetest (l.r. In D.Me" Appreciated
The "Sweetest 0 irl in Dixie, '
i,iiQ ,to ,.i, ,.. ,,nt mililri.
tho story of Bed Hock, anil it was
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Then it's time to act! No time
to study, to read, to experi
ment! You want to save your
hair, and save it quickly, too!
So make up your mind this
very minute that if your hair
AirAf me nnr vnn will 11 Cf
W V VI bUIIIWd Utv4 J V W TT MWWH
Ayer'snair vigor, it masesB
, w t HI
the scalp healthy. The halrH
stays in. It cannot do any-
thine else. It's nature's way.
Thn beat kind oi a toatioionlal
"Bold lor ovor sixty yearn."
o man u ttw) tu re r a of
C V rnus
your tongue to
and look in the glass
You can't help puckering it makes you pucker
to think of tasting it. ,
By the use of so called cheap Baking
Powders you take this puckering, injurious Alum
right into your system you injure digestion
and ruin your stomach
Koyal is made from
than Alum but you have the profit of quality, the
MR. KENDIG PROMOTED
TO COLONIZATION AGENT
Pormer Traveling Passenger Agent of
Santa Pe. Well Known More.
Samuel A. Kondig, the erst
while traveling passenger agent of i
tho Santa Fe, has been promoted.
Mr. Kondig has been appointed
general colonization for tho Gulf
coast lines of the system, to suc
ceed Garrett A. Dobbin, resigned.
Mr Kondig assumed his now
duties Thursday. Mr. Dobbin has
retired from railroad life to enter
the insurance business in Hous
ton. The popular truVMling pas
senger agent h a iimst worthy
.successor to Mr. Dobbin, and his
numerous friends in San Angelo
are highly pleaed at his advance
ment. Concerning Mr Kondig and his
promotion, the Galveston Tribune
"Mr Kondig wus selected for
the ollice by General Passenger
Agent W. S. Keenan because ol
Iiib eminent litnoss for the posi
tion and his ability to promote
the interests of the Santa Fe in
the very important industry of
bringing homesookors to Texas.
Mr. Kendig is one of the best
known passenger men in the state,
ouo of the most popular, and en
joys unenviable record with the
Santa Fe, where he has served for
over 15 years He i familiar to
a considerable extent with the
work of the colniiuut.on donait-
mont and his appointment, uoihob
as a well tleseived pioinotion for
long, hut hi ul and ellieient ser-
"He enteied the Santa Fe as
agont at viainesville, where here-
mained for several years, and was
then promoted' to the agency at
Fort Worth. His work uttructod
attention ami the management
oll'ereii him a position on the roud
and lor obout 'J years he lias
served in this cupacity und earned
a reputation as a hustler and a
mull of action. For u ii'iuuhor of
i years he has iii..ie '.. inune ut
iToinplo, whore his family resides,
although hisofllciul headquarters
have boon at Galvoston."
An Amusing Code Telegram.
' The writer nicked un a dust
. , ., . . , ,
coated, weather-stained co.y of u
'code telcgrum the other duy, that
wus from one ruilroud oflioiul to
another It is, of conrso, very in
teresting. The ofllciulfi seem to
be throwing compliments atone!
j another about their gracefulness
iyet in other parts of tho oommii-
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they are undoubtedly
.i,,,,,,,,,,,, epithots und anutheuias
upon each other, winding up with
some very wIioIoboiiio advico, that
j should bo taken seriously by tho I
reauor. llio telegram was proit-1
'ably a copy that was loBt, was"
addressod to and signed by a '
prominent muu, and follows. I
"Fervently point to possible
orthogou with mirthless on tha
postboy 2'lth or 2filh I have seen
you will see the effect
pure, refined Grape Cream
nbaok aboy abot abacot aba and
Bill has seen aback abassis aiiron
abacot ubushmeut and they both
Buy thoy will insane their monkey
wronch with us. Think you had
hotter bombard ubaeot aba abo
lite abash abattoir abot and aba
tis hashy aberrate abadie aboy to
Htiasive and have them see little
Willie incuriiativo ro-van and
have u niiuiber of medicino pa
via., grnceltilness t.ppnii.ted to
insane our Ibigelbitiug and our
grace) illness. Think .lack and .lill
should be at hiiivi as 1 tlo not
a n t icipute urth igou olfiowhoie
These gracofuluesB should lorn, u
good mirk crow antl you can prob
ably pick pnp oiiough other
our holily to lill humbug and do
'the snake stunt and rasuro even
though aback abey abdalla go
buck homesick parabolic, colio,
but we must first insist upon
aback abey uImIiiIIii doing our
rasure nod insiitiirablu their
monkey wrench, ami the gunih-r,
slap him." '
Ittxas bdiiltdriiiia for iTiiljcrnulosIs,',
A iIihmiii'IiIj eiiul,peil li,-.t t uti n -,,!., ,
(dim He All .modern eoniuiileiie,"-, Tile
phone coniieotioii Till miiiiiii'I on ii lie
Noted excliislieiy liitlieticitiiii' I if'ln ercu
loU It occui.tei n iurii ihiu e i.l .in ill: illicit
nl I lio feel, one mile from l.l.tnu und llio mile,
from Austin on thelliiiMiniiii.il Tex.i- i'cii
trill llullio.id The (tllinale N Minnv mild ilrv
unil iliistlcss one of tliu best ell unto, fin
liilnieiilcr put cuts In the I'nlied ritnie- A
reslilenl pliselan antl Iriilned imr-es ,, unn
stunt nltci dance Itoiim for udihtlonal pa
tlculi Kin further Inform ul m ui. i dccrli
llie lllcruluiv, liinikleliil i us ailil sm. ,
M M SMI I'll MM I
Sccrelim Tunisiirur Ausili i,nus
Alude Seven D.tleJ Off Yen Acres.
H. L. Haines came to San An
golo Suturduy, from his farm
near Owensvilje, in Sutton
county, with a biload of cotton
Mr. Jinnies sayw Unit no made
sevon bales of oxcollont grade
cotton oil often acres of ground,
j and that many other farmers in
the vicinity of his place would
i make over half a halo to the acre.
' ninny will realize i,uwu pounds
to the acre," said he, "but the
uvonige on that section vulltho
half a bale."
Tlio iHlctir.itcil niithorcii so hiirtiJv c
liM'imil li llie Moineii of America, h us on
inures IQJ urid trtof her populur work Hvesl
iiiiiiKiiicrs or common mciim lor jihui n nu
Tor tin1 iielilnu hock should It bo slow In
ri't'ovi-rlnir its normal Mrenmh un AIIi'ihiU'n
I'lnslvr Is an excellent oomforter. uomblnlni!
the M-nsullon or tliu sustained pressure of a
Mrnni: warmh.ind with certain tonlo nnulltlcs
dutulopcil in tho weurlUK 11 should be kupl
over tho seat ol uneuMness forsovcridda
In nOstlnatu caics for perbJli a fortnlxht."
"For pain In tho back wear un Allooek's
Plaster constantly runuwlni; at It we.irsoa.
I on the small ot llniliiek iH-rotneH heuvy ami
Tlilslsnn InvnhiiililesupiMirt wueii tho weight
Bring your hides to Noeloy Bros,
M L. M BBTZ, I'HKs... OHAK. W. IIODHS, Vici: Puts.,
li A.HA.LL, Cabiubu
San Angelo National Bank
San Angelo Texas.
Capital paid up ' S 100,000.00
Surplus and undivided profits ' 150,000,00
Offers to Depositors all the accommodations whtoh their balancvb,
biialrwdr. and rl8onslbllUy justity.
of Tartar Costs more
profit of good health.
Serious Runaway Friday NlRlit.
Friday night, about 10 o'clock,
while going to tho Pleasuro Pavil
lion in South San Angolo, u horse
driven by Milton McCuin accom
panied by his si-aer, became
frightened near the foot of tho
Oaires streot bridge and run
away. The buggy struck the
side of tho bridge about half tho
way across, and both tho occu
pants were thrown out., BotM
young Mr. McCain und his sistor
worn considerably bruiso'd, but
not seriously hurt. Tho driving
animal was stopped a little further
on, by a podostriun
The rig hud been hired at n liv
ery stable, and was taken back
and another turnout securotj.
The two young people were in
deed lortunate in the slight in
juries received f
l'"cl l.iniMld ueiikfriiii 'liiurn' lli'.i liu'lmf
Stomach oil ,liet a plu'nc i of in, lur.
Ilti'd icli llooil lllueis tones liter urn! stom
ach, piumulc filKestl hi purttl4 lh blood
C. M Stuart was in the
from his ranch, Thur-'dav
Mr and Mrs 10 T Conk, re
cently fiY'in Plnladt'lpbia, but
now in the ranch business in
Schleicher county, wero visitors
in the city Friday.
Tlio Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
ThlrMiifdrl famon. for In cures oyer
aUrufi part of llio rltlllicd world. II can
tilmijr. Ix (l.pfndml ujion It couhilni no
oiilura or othrr hnrniful druir and iuojr t
Kl ven a. cnnndsntlr Inn batijr a. to nn ailnlt
t)ln fi. M. v m - .
L-iMu 4u uta. uurjfa oizu, du cla, f
-- -"- ,"-! , vi- -cfyn'ri fnannnjuff
ANGELO HEIGHTS J
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