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THE SAN ANOBLO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER G. 1000.
Tiny XXX ,
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uoros of land
ly tit Sun
A iikcIo, Tnn
5 nico lot h it
gain at tho price !
i year In
IHOi acres noiti
hnH excellent whII.
will lie Bulling na town Fenu
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Flllt tllltt Cllll ln b'Mlgllt
A nice now Immi
. ')t lsoi
Oust i.f a block, 1 rooms lll0 - ;
i .mi . i... ........... i , . alk in i
llll lint, UbU. JMi I IMJ hmiiiu,u in i
ohurd planted. IiiipiovMiiemmelpV
for the place. 'H7
1700 00 lvjl
Eleven lotH iii),ar tlm
song. Ask us about this
Wo iiIm lmvo flomo very ohct tli
Fort Conclio addition that can bo i of
other vucuiit property tho mine d.t lc lo
Solid block of 1,1 lunjf lots for
vory attrnctivo pricuH.
Wo at all timufl carry a nice linvf,
in Real Estate mid make a specialty
customers, and to soil them Homntliin
I) O ll
Land, Insurance and ,f
San ungdo, Texas,
See tho INois-
tfrir liitiilr.lif.iil locilt.ioi
board can mi' be excel l"d,2, was
per month, ;20; imrwcfw" ,rim
Hot and old baths fine 4 ,'. '.,,.
North itile pnrnite (round in poit
lon down on
t rat ion like
it is a Bplondid
plant troeB. Tho oity
m1 ordorod a cur load last
jr and Aldorniun Allon sold
in at cost. TIiobo troos have
ivod woll and boiiio moro con-
l'ata Ij wti vmlm
laaaaaaaWi miaaaaaaaK 'laaaV jt&JKUiWm
met your r TfCitratod aotion iB noodod in
low their or to Kot t'10 l)0pl to plant
Jan Anoki.o is ono of tho boat
idvortisod oitios in Toxaa, and
of not favoj)no of tho wonders of tho Woat.
ders for W- '"10 l'11'0 0lty at heart, as ono
might aay, with a splendid pro
groBBivo sot of buHineas men, with
C fp 'oal high idoals, and abundant
L3 L L f phiok to mnstor tho situation.
Tlioy aro as noblo and gonorous a
pooplo aa can bo found in torresx
tf jal liinit.B,(
Ijh'aotioam.v all oducatianal ad
Vantagos aro givon at the public
Bohool, and Profeaaor -d'oliit E.
Smith, tho aiip'oHiitouout, io
filled with tlio oditcational. epirit,
nmt tho Bohool board is oAttpoaod
ofoarnost men. It iB doubtful
whothor any othor portion of tho
Stanan B,,ow Broator progress in
' ' 'lfinln t.linn nhnwu in tho
ols in Sun Angolo dur-
t rnilrond will opon
tl immigrutioi), a seo
atato that iB rich in
sources. If tho road
now it could produco
a un ii i
-Sun Angi'lo 'shourcoa to moot tho pay
wood and coal. ,vc;0toroBt on itB bondod
o? vo a dividend for tho
-A Hllipiiulii "jjgjj,
loft. Tho Orient
JUIOy. OIK l,ni"l"
at The Angelo
veortost. strongoBt and
-Toys Dolls riii- us of Angolo for tho
Hooks Vila's, and ,iuvill bring inoreosod
Ohinn-b'K Bttifk l0thl8 country,
Itackot btur... onn uot como
Huforo you buy yuics
nory ciill at the Fn"i '';'''
Store. We nruttUo m IN FINANCIUUINCJ.
nice Jot of najr
owob you anything
v, unci ii yun uwo
thing toll thoni to
wait. If ovorybody would do
thin wo would boom bo on a cash
hernia mill linllddv WOUld OWO BOIHC-
body uny tiling. San Angelo
Tho above ia u puzzlo in finan
ciering that would givo Secretary
of tho TreiiRiiry Shaw a hard time
to boIvo. It's on tho principle of
"what'B yours is mine, and
what's mine is my 'own." San
Vot there aro many peoplo who
ubo tlitH dogma. Secretary Shaw
probably heard cf it a long time
WUST TUXAS MULU BAROMUn-R.
If mules' tuil is dry.
If tail iB Bwinging.
If tail is wot.
If tail iB wet and swinging.
If tail iB frozen.
If "Truthful" .loo Hailoy should
Caught on a tempestuous sea,
Its fury to foil ,
9dfi Atwilications of oil,
.olutiveediikl bo tho corroct romedool"
An artiatic Dago, who pinched
A inanhattan lady, got cinched ;
Hub in Toxaa tho play
Of that musical Jay
Would result in a verdict
Lost Uny Turns Up.
Olin Lovolaco, agod 1(3, tho
oldost Bon of Mr. and Mrs. 0. G.
Lovoluco, of South San Angolo,
who is working on tho Deitz ranch
eight miles' oast of San Angelo,
was lost from Sunday morning
until Monday afternoon in tho
big Deitz pasture on Main Con
cho. Ho loft tho ranch house
Sunday morning horse back in
search of sonto fnissing horsea,
and tho residentH of tho ranch
wero some what alarmed at night
fall when he did not return.
Monday about noon ho was
found in a remote section of the
pasture, but not discomforted iu
the least, stating that he hud
secured somo food from u boy he
bad mot, and that ho had spent
the night in tho pasture for im
Party of Land Prospectors.
A party of land proBpectore
composed of S. G. Williams,
Isaac Jacobs, Gaskoll and R.
L. Kolloy, arrived iu San Angolo
on tho Tuesday morning train
from Wolfo City, Toxaa, looking
for a desirable largo body of laud,
suitublo for colonization pur
poses. Thoy loft oarly Tuesday
for Sohloiohor county.
TIiobo gontlomou want about
25,000 acroB of good farming land,
aud thoir iutoution is to cut.it up
into small tracts, and bring a
colony of industrious farmers
A Youngstor Wli" u Ugly Knife.
A youth or rathta toughy aud
streot gamin, ago i about ton
yjurs, proccoded to acaro tho wits
out of a domuro and niooly
drossod littlo fellow ou Ohad-
bourna stroot Tuesday, and but
for tho timoly intorforonco of Jim
Maco, thoro might havo boon Bori
ou8 roaulte. Tho youngster of tho
stroota with a hugo knifo, chasod
tho othor boy into Turner's Raok
ot store, aud then hid behind a
column with tho drawn knifo,
waiting for his onomy. Ho
wouldn't stato hia criovanao. Mr.
Maco auw that tho youtigstera
didn't got togother and sent tho
would-bo-mun-butohor on his way.
A Carload of Holiday Goods.
Perhaps ono of tho most attrac
tive placoa in tho city for tho hol
iday Bltoppor ia tho San Angolo
Hardwaro company. A Bolid car
load of novoltioB nnd uaoful XmnB
presents havo just boon rocoived
und tho storo ia crowdod to tho
ceiling and a corps of compotont
olorka havo boen employed to wait
ou tho trado, and thiB boohib to bo
tho busioBt placo iu town.
-Bring me your watch work and
jowolory repairing and got it dotto
on short notico. S. II. Babb, tho
MiBs Ida Iloilin loft Wodnosday
for Brownwood to visit her sistor.
Pungent Pavement Paragraphs Dis
lodged r:rom Stray Sunbeams
and Other Places.
IIV I.KS II IlKKIHT
.linkB. (at door Ja. in ) "Sliuy
m' dear, brolTuah ready' I (liic)
jush ccmo fr'ni (hie) ollish. Work.
iu1 bo 'ard (hie) all nightsh."
Mrs Jinks "You sopl WHOSE
boon working you I"
Wanted Mini to Shoot Up Hoston.
An uiiasstiiniiig und very gen
tleinatily West TVxuii, who liveB
in Crockett county, recently re
returned from Boston where he
wub tendered uu iuvitntion thut
ho could not and would not uc
copt. Our well known Texun is u
portly man, with a prominent
miiBtacho and wears a broad
brinimed white Stetson; in fact,
his ordinury "got-up" is thut of u
typicul Westerner us depictod in
magazine cowboy stories. Yet ho
is unobtrusive aud u business
man of "sterling qualities."
While iu tho Massachusetts
contor of culturo, a number of
hubbioB or natives of Tho Hub,
boBeechod the Crockett county
man gifted with a Wostorn walk
and tulk, to "ahoot up th' town!"
Our Woat Texan wub taken aback
by tho abrupt and forward ro
quest of tho baggy-trouBorcd Cos
toniatiB, and positively rofusod to
accommodate them. "But looky
horo, weo'l pay for it. Shoot out
tho flickers, (lonelier know, und
paint this burg bloudy red. Dou-
cher see? Weo'l hive u beastly,
jolly, ripping time."
"No wo won't," said Mr. Y. ,
as he stuck his hands in his pock
etft and walked into his hotel.
But then ho kni-iv how, if ho
wanted to, aud could have given
his petitioners nil they wanted
and maybe a little more.
we all hud the dorndiat drome,
sure null' wo dromed wo wub the
Ugliest Duckliu, and didnt liko it.
IJut by jingor torreckly it got bet
tor und we wits a turnin inter a
mobte butofull swunn and wus
bavin the finest time pudderlin
in a luvly luyko, when nil of a
Btiddiu wo awoke tor cousiouanosa
and it wuaut bo utull. Yer frou
got up frum our cot und went tor
the (lore and it wub rainin fast
whon wo cum down town, Geo
it wus muddio es the dooso and
you cudnt hardlie croest tho
strete. wo shtire wiaht we wub a
ducklin or ruther and hod foot
with akin botweno the towa llko
ducklina so we all cud walk on top
tho mud und not bog down. A
feller wub n workin a scrayper on
tho BtreteB und lied all the muds
Boruyped iu a long pilo in tho
midlo of all the atrt'tfB. we cudnt
crosat without gettiu our brogaiiB
miory bo wo got our ruber bootoB.
they worked all rito til wo got ter
tho" midlo of the mud, when 1
booto cum off nnd thoyuthorl
bogged and wo fell forward on our
hnna und noes nud crawled out
nlonvin tho first booto in the Mud
wo dout liko dump wother nor
wont tor bo no duckliu othor.
Yor fro n Lnp.
Pure, Wholesome, Reliable
Made from cream of tartar
derived solely from grapes,
the most delicious and
healthful of all fruit acids.
Its use Is a guarantee of
perfect food and a protec
tion against the ills that
follow the use of alum,
alum-phosphate and other
low grade powders.
The mliturcf called baking powders that
Mil tor ten or twenty-live ccnta a
pound, or a cent an ounce, are all alike,
make from Blum and cottlnglesa
tbao three ccate a pound.
BngtHHHJH Bb SHJPbi
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PBRUNA DOBS WONDERS J
IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES, ,
ITOSPITALS ALL 0VEKTIIE CONTINENT FIND PE-UU-NA T1LUABLE IN TltE.VTlNO ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES,
CATARIIII of tho rcsplrfttory organfl
Ib a common allmont in Canada for
at leant two-thirds ot tho yoar.
This condition Is no doubt caused by
tho loni;, flovoro winters oxporloncod In
this part ot tho contlnont.
Theroforo, whon I'crnna was dis
covered by Canadian peoplo to bo a ro
llotilo remedy for thoso catarrhal dls
orisofl, It at onco boenmo a popular medi
cine, not only among individuals and
in fnmtltoH, Imtln tho groat hotipttals,
whoro It wob used as n provontativo nnd
relief iu hundreds of cases.
Thoso institutions do not liesltuto to
Klvo their endorsement of tho remedy
which has been so helpful (u tho treat
ment ot their poor and flick.
Among thoHo institutions in that of
(lio Sisters of Clood Shepherd, who gave
tho following cudorsomont:
The Pcruna Company,
Having used Perunn for the past few
months, for our sick und poor, we arc
happy to say that It has given us great
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd,
August 20, 1903. Montreal.
After a continued ubo of tho remedy,
this institution has found no reason to
chango its good opinion of tho remedy
nnd oxprorisurf its satisfaction iu tho fol-
Ask Your Orugclst for Free Pe-runa Almanac for 1907.
MURDERED AT DEL RIO
(Continued from First Pitsro.)
boon cashed, aud uuothor chock
for $5J,000 ia still out. The sup
position is that the murdoror, or
murdorora, intondod escaping into
Mexico when tho full amount had
TIIK MUHDBKEK SLAIN BY 8HKUIKF.
tiunduy morning Russell Ham
ilton, brother-in-law of Oautlutrn,
rocoived a tolephono mossago from
Sheriff JoDnnio Robortson of Vul
Vordo county, in whioh Mr. Uob
urtsou Buid that ho had killed
Putnam Suturday evening lato
whilu he wub resisting arrest. He
was found iu a honso of disroputo
and resisted arrest. While enter
ing tho house, Putnam was seen
preparing to fire from behind a
curtain, when he was shot down.
Tho bullot from tho sheriffs
gun struck the murderer boimath
tho loft oyo, passed downward
shattering u jaw, entered tht? nook
severing tho jnglar vein, came
out of the neck, ontorod tho
shoulder and oscapod through loft
arm. Ho was killed nlmoBt in
stantly. Tho dead man was idontiiiod by
tho Ralston boys who said ho was
tho man who had started to town
with thoir father. Soveral othors
identified tho body.
TWO MUUOKHS HAI.8TO.N 8 IIOIIY
Sunday noon Russell Hamilton
recoived a tolephono inesBage from
his brothor, Ernest Hamilton,
from Dol Rio, where groat oxcite
mont was prevailing over tho dis
covery of another body, that of
J. V. Ralston, ownorof t!-.e snoop
Putnam hud stolon to soil to Can
thorn. Rulston had boon miss
ing eight days whon his romuius
wore discovorod Sunday morning
olovon milos north of Dol Rio,
aomo distance uuet of tho Sonora
Rulstou'B head was wrapped up
PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY
Montrcal. Nov 7. 1903.
We found Perunn a relief In several
We can say It Is a good tonic and we
are very thankful
Sisters of the uooa shepherd.
When catarrh onco fastens I'tsclf upon
tho system, it bocomus an obatlnato dla
A systemic romedy ono that roaches
ovory-intornal organ of tho body Is an
Poruna is just such a rnmody. It
searches out tho causo of tho dlsoaso,
healing and strengthening tho mucous
membranes, and thus giving Nature an
opportunity to porform hor part of tho
Ono of tho many hospltalsNwhlch
havo found I'oruna of vuluo In trdatlng
old nnd olwtlnnto cases of catarrh is tho
Hospital St. John, who wrlto, as
"Wo aro happy to toll you that your
I'eruna has given us satisfaction. Three
jvitlcnts havo tried it, ono US years old,
llenoul Dupuls, allllctcd with catarrh, Is
much Tclioved, moro than ho has bcon
for a number of years.
"A young girl, IS years old, had an
obstinate cough, which halt a bottle of
Pcruna caused to disappear.
"As to mysolf, two bottles havo con
vinced mo that I'eruna is magnlflcont
wi a tonlo.
in an oat sack aud the bodv was
found in a gully, so Mr. Hamil
ton reported. Tho Buck was
thought to havo boon usod to pie-
vent blood from the bullet hole
in tho buck of the head, dripping
ii pou tho ground as tho murdered
sheepman was carried to tho hol
low to be concealed. The remains
were mutilated and decaying.
BD PUTNAM KNOWN AT IJ.ANO.
In a special to the San Antonio
KxproBB Sunday, tho identity of
Putnam, alias Sibley, ia discloBedi
"The groat excitement that pre
vailed yesterday haa somewhat
ubated und everything ia moro
quiet. It ia mora thail probable
that if Kd Putnam had been
taken alive that ho would havo
boon mobbed and hung.
"Tho coronor returned a ver
dict over tho body of Oauthorn
that he hud been ahot by parties
unknown, but supposedly Put
nam, alias Sibley. The verdict
over tho body of Putnam was that
ho had boen shot by a ahorifl's
'Ed Putnam, alias A. R. Sib
ley, wna born in Llano county
aud reared in Edwards. He was
about 20 or B0 yours of age, about
5 feet & or 8 inches iu height, and
an excellent apeoimon of man
hood, weighing between 150 and
100 pounds, with black hair.
Somo fourteen yoara ago ho was
arroatod on a chargo of burglary,
convicted and Bontenced to sorvo
two years in tho reformatory,
whioh ho sorved
"For tho lust six or sovon yours
ho has been in New Mexico, und
only returned to this country
about a month ago.
"It is said that ho ia wantod by
the New Mexico authorities an a
chargo of smuggling. During tho
timo that he has been back ho has
boen in Sutton, Edwards and Val
Verde counties, coming horo about
two weoka ago.
"Ho leuvoa a widow. Somo
weoka ogo he took hia wife to
Sonora und left hor thoro. Slio
wont from there to Kerr v Hie
where Blie now ie.
"Tho body ia held here by tho
sheriff awaiting somo instructions
from hiB peoplo."
A. R. Sibley, as ho is known at
, . ii. m r iii i in ifiTrrimrriiir
"IIforo tlio treatment 1 could not
walk for a quartor of an hour without
experiencing much futlguo. Now I can
wallc a mile onsily.
"Through tlieso throo casos wo dealra
to mako known to tho publlo tho of
llcloncy of your romedy."
Hospital St. John, of St. Johns,
Province of Quoboo.
A lator lottor rocoived from tho samo
institution rends as follows:
"Three weeks ago I wrote to tell
you how satisfactory we fotfnd
Pcruna. We recommend It highly for
colds, coughs, catarrh and neuralgia.
"I havo used it myself as a tonic with
tho best results, taken as dlrootod, half
a teaspoonful ovory half hour."
reruua not only promptly rollovos
coughs nnd colds in thoir first stages,
hut Is equally prompt and olllclont for
catarrhal diseases in (ho chronic stago.
Of courso, it is only reasonable to
supposo that a groat dc-nl less mcdlcino
will bo necessary lo euro a Blight attack
of catarrh (Jinn would bo required to
relievo tho nllmont af tor it had boon al
lowed to become chronic.
Directions for taking the romedy will
bo found on each bottle, also iu Dr.
Hartman's book, called "Tho ills of
T.lfo," which can bo obtained from your
druggist for tho asking.
J-'orflpccloHnstructlons writo to Dr.
llartmnn, President ot tho Hartman
Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
Kerrvillo, iB said to have apeut
money lavishly thoro lately, and
that he had placed a forfeit iu a
Dank at that place for a $20,000
ranch, and that ho afterwards loat
The remains of Oauthorn, ac
companied by tho widow and two
littlo children, nud Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Hamilton, arrivod m San
Angelo Wednesday morning after
beiug over two days ou route from
IILAKE 31. UAUTIIORX,
Blako M, Oauthorn was from
Mexico, Mo., the home town of
tho HamiltoiiB, where he marriod
Miss Edith Hamilton nearly six
years ago. no camo to the aan
Angelo country and engaged in
the slioop business with hia father-in-law,
J. R. Hamilton, and made
a buccobb of tho business in tho
(inn of Hamilton & Oauthorn. Ho
wub a thorough business man of a
very amiable disposition, and
during his roBidonco in Saii'Au
gelo mado his acquaintances hia
fr'wndB. Ho moved his family to
Dol Rio when tho rirm purchased
u shfMp ranch noar thoro, and up
t' the tuuo of his uui imelv deal Ii
liml nimbi )! Rm his linuv. Ho
w i ttt yours of ug unit 1-avos a
v.i' it lnllo duimlutii' und uu
iiituni son .
iflnkti Oauthorn wis n Mn,.r
(itio. successful li n ), Ill til, TH
i.iriug nithnr iliutoiii r i, nnd'
Vury ull'alile. Ilia Ineiula in this
city wore logion.
'i'lio ohstfiuieBj.were conducted
from th'i rpaidonce of J. R. Ham
ilton, on West Harris uvonue, at
10 c'clook Wedneeday morning,
aud tho body was laid to roat in
Fairmount cemetery. Rov. S. T.
Shore, of tho Christian church,
'ollioiatod at the services. Aj, tho
tomb, a quartet composod of
MosdamoB J. B. Taylor and L. L,
Furr, und MeBsrs. Noaly and
Whito, sang "Como Yo Diaconso
lato" aud "Nparor Mv God to
Tlieo," Vecy beautiful lloral trib
utes wero plncod upon tho gravo.
Rose Oauthorn, at Mexico, Mo,,
un older brother of tho deceased,
arrived in San Angolo in timo to
attoud the funeral.
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