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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBERS, 1000.
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A gltl worth whllo
Is hooks. Ivcry
tiling known to tho
book lutip Is licro
IN SKALKD HOXES
W. EMORY FOREMAN,
and hostess, wore: Mrs. Myrtlo
Morritt mid Miss Francis Merritt,
Messrs. and Mesilames Ohaa A.
Farquhar, Iko Copoland; MiBsos
Ellio Uinies, Maudo Holder, Flor
ence Johnson, Jnni Rodgers,
Dollie Easterly, Annie Rimes,
Knto Wnlkor, Willie Johnson,
and Mr. llurloy. Contributed.
nil an imaa an nana in bib bii bib bibs
1 New Goods 3
3 ' Arriving Daily g
,RDERS for now crop
of everything in tho
murkot can now be
filled from oiip of tho best
selected stocks rf groceries
in tho city. If I havon'tgot
what you want I got it and
bring it to you, :: :: ::'
Soclnl Punction Postponed.
On account of tho death of Mr.
Blako M. Cuuthorn, fit Del Rio,
Saturday, Miss Day Sherwood's
card party in honor of MisB Helen
Lewis, of Hurrisonburg, Va.,
which was to ha,ve been held at
tholiomoof Mr, and Mya Aris B.
Sherwood, "Wednesday evening,
was postponed indofinitoly.
Students Coming Homo Xmns.
A number of San Angelo young
ladioB nttondiug collego and
Bchool in diffoirent portions of the
Btnto will with probably ono or
two exceptions spend tho Christ
mas holidays with homefolks in
San Angolo. Tho State Uuivor-
sitv students from Sa
THE DEATH ROLL.
u Angolo, "ou Aoy
t?. :i Raphael,
s, Lucilo '
JThanksRlvIng Club Dance
A very enjoyable social evnt
indeed was the informal San An
golo club dance, given in the club
apartments Thurnday "veiling.
Tho affair was highly delightful
and the happy crowd of morry
mnkers "tripped the light fantas
ti " till the weoBina' hours of the
day after Thunksgiving. Attend
Attending woro Mr. and Mrs.Wmd
of Sinora, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Keono; .Misses Lucilo Blako, ICthul two wt,09
ileum, xioieii ij iuwmuyn, mmy
Powell, Anna Bums, Nannie
Henderson, Noll Edo, Mary Joo
I'ickoiiB, Elizabeth Blako, Mary
Bland Millspaugh, Lillian Key,
Volmor Ftillor, Gertrude Snydor,
Mary Coopor, Olga McWhortor,
Botty Cooper, McGrin, Gilliouti
Mabson, Lona Love, Fafa Miiboii,
BesB Fitch, Burton, Olga Suson,
Collar; Mossrs. J. E. Hendorson,
Albert DoBorry, V. R. Carring
ton, Sam Hodges. (J. T. Daltou,
E. N. Daniel, B. Dudley, Van
Kolly, Victor I'robandt, I. V.
Shepperson, Lawson Dailey, Will
Day, G. T. Owin, O. 0. McBur
nett, R. H. Dobyns, Tom Pullmm,
John Cobb, M. Sirzor, Bulwoar,
L S. Montgomery, T. S. Sharpo,
Don Fullor, B. C. Alexander, D
O. Shipely, E. F. ComogyB. Vor-
non Koy, siIbb iiotlgeB, Houort
The body of William McClol
land, father-in-law of V. A. Paul
of San Angolo, arrived on the
1:25 p. in. train ffrom Maverick,
Runnels county, Friday aftoriioou
and the funeral was conducted
from the train. He died after a
short illness in Maverick Thurs
day afternoon. The remains were
interrod in Fainnount cemetery.
Deceased lost his wife about a
I Wylie Hardwar
Airs. Rosle Unvls
Mrs. Robio Davis, ag-d L'7. died
at tho homo of hor brother, U.
Hammock, on Lipun Flat, Satur
day noon, after an illness of
Tho remains woro
Tho old Lapowski business
house on Concho avenue, recently
' vacated bv tho Walker-Smith
) company when they moved into
thoir now building, is hub woe
being overhauled and paintod for
The vacant Btorehouso ndjoin
ing tho Cash Grocory company,
used till lately by tho Walker
Smith company aB a waro houso,
ib being painted and put in ox
I Contractor Frank Wright has
Htarted work on a neat cottage for
Miss Jos8ieDeatou in Ft. Concho.
W. D. Wilson iB finishing a
' pretty homo iu Sunny Sido addi
tion. -If you want a good shoe call
for Houdoraou'B Family lino.
Jim Tarloy, new of El Dorado,
waa in tho oity Sunday and Mon
day. -Don't fail to aee Uiobo mon'B
all wool auitB at Henderson's for
E, Boykiu and wife, of Miles,
were visitors in tho city tho first
ol the wook.
Mrs. J. H.'Suddoth returned t6
her homo iu Miles, TueBtiay, after
visiting in San Angelo.
Rev. Robert Paine, of Sonora,
was in tho oity Tnosday to met
his mother, Mrs. M. L Paine,
who arrivod on a visit from hor
homo in Bay City.
Misses Edith Timmin
March, Hermiono Mays, Loiubo Returns to Moll Service
Ellis, Annie Launo Ooopor, Mar- W. D. Holcoinb, who for tho
guret Spence, Cora Land, and past several months has held tho
Messrs. Jared Hill, Norman Tav-J important position of bookkeeper
lor, Leslio Armstrong, Frank 'and cashier for A. S. Gautt it
Findlater, John Abo March, Jr , Son, resigned his position last
will arrive just before Christmas, week, and left Tuesday for Ama
as wili Miss Sara Cuiininghani, ' rillo. Mr. Holcoinb for several
who iB studying vocal music in years prior to his moving to the
San Antonio ;MeearB. Aleck Black, , Sim Angelo country, whb in Undo
few months of Mrs.
woro filled with ox-
tremo sorrow, more so than falls
to the lot of tho aVorago wife and
mothor. Four months auo her
husband died in another part of
the atato. With two little daugh
ters tho widow moved to West
Texas to reBido with a brothor.
After moving to tho San Angolo
country. ou of the little daugh
ters died . Two weeks ago a baby
was born, living but a short time
after birth, and tho mothr fol
lowed two weeks lator, louving
tho other little daughter, the only
member of tho Davis family liv
ing, in tho caro of Mr. Mammock.
Pathotic indeed, woro tho last
bcouob of this wifo and mother's
residence upon earth, and
Thanksgiving Day could have
boon anything but joyful
soul so alllictod.
I Hardware and Hon
I Wylie He
to a I 2
Morgan Nussbauinor, Oeear An
derson, Willis Johnson and others
attending tho West Texas Mili
tary academy at San Antonio;
MiaB Mary Bain Sponco, from
Texas Christian university at
Waco; Miss SallioT. Kerr, from
Waco; Frank Farr, from tho
Texas Christian Univorsity.
Misses Helen Ragsdalo, Courto
nay Bakor and Marguorito Wobb,
who are attending tho Randolph
Macon college in Lynchburg, Va.,
will not spend tho holidays hero.
Feast In Honor of Little Lady.
Sam's jnail service, and ho re
turned to his first 'lovo Tuesday
Ho was offered a lucrative "run"
botwoon Amarillo and Carlsbad,
N. M.., and accepted it.
Mrs. Holcoinb uudchildroii will
remain mi San Angelo the remain
der of thiB winter, and go to thoir
future homo in Carlsbad, N. M.,
iu tho spring
Columbia Comic Opera Co.
A vory strong light opera organ-
izariou, tho Columbia Comic
Opera company, under the man-
agomont of Ohas. N. Holmes, pre
sented "Said Pasha" at tho Turn
ir i.ii tr.i .1- ..:i. i.
Iu honor of little MIbb Beatrice ?" m.ul , """""""y, "B"-
-ilia miiuiriii t rftri i 1 r vu t t.m
Xiito muaiuui imvw-wuMUM .v
Farquhar, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. A. Farquhar, who roached
hor fourth milo stono Monday,
Doc. 8, Mrs. J. N. Farquhar, hor
grandmother, gavo a eumptvouB
foaBt in celobration of the dato,
on tho day following, Tuesday,
Doc. 4. The ploasant affair
occurred at tho homo of Mr. and
MrB. J.N. Farquhar, in East San
Angolo. All of the ladies in tho
day sorvi'co of tho San Angolo
Tolophono company, woro among
the guests. A hugo, fat turkey
that was forgotton"to bo killed
Thanksgiving was tho hoart of tho
Attending besides tho honoree
John Schumacher, aged 05,
died at his residence iu this city,
Tuesday morning, from pneu
monia. The remains were in
terred in Fainnount cemetery
Wednesday morning at 10. ISO,
Rev. .1. W. Howoll, of tho Metho
dist church, presiding at tho cere
Tho deceased, a well roBpectod
citizen, came to San Angelo a
good many years ago. Ho fought
in tho civil war on tho Confeder
ate side, and took groat intorost
iu the Confederate reunions form
erly hold in San Angolo. Ho
leaves an aged wife and somoBtop
children to mourn Iub loss.
LIGHT IN CAMPAIGN
ton by Richard Stahl, is ono of
tho oloauoBt and moBt delighting
light onoruB over presented horo.
Miss Oilman ib very olovor in
prima donna rolos. Messrs. Lodge
and Ohaucoy, the comedians iu
"Said Pasha", have never been
equallod in any company showing
iu San Angolo.
The voices in tho Columbia
company are all good, and thoro
are several unusually good sing
ers, Mr. Holmes' tenor solos, as
'the Mexican "Torano," woro on
cored again and again.
Tho company will hold tho
boards tonight, Doc. U again,
presenting "La Mascotto."
-Hendoraou soils the best .$1.50
bIioo on oarth,
Post Office Inspector Here.
0. G. Kinzel, postodico inspec
tor with headquarter at Abilene,
waB in Sail Angelo during last
weok's session of Fodoral court, on
routiuo court business. While
horo Mr. Kinzel inBpoctod tho San
Angolo postofiice 'and found ovory
thing in tip-top shapo. Ho left
Saturday afteruoou indirectly for.
Sold Sheep at About $4.00
W. H. CollyiiB sold tho first of
this wook for D. B. Adams to
King Bros., 850 head of muttons
and lambs at about $-1 around.
These shoop worn in suporb condi
tion, Mr. Adams having kept
them on his farm eight miles
from Sail Angelo, whoro he has
boon fooding thorn.
Alfiduvlts Were Piled With .lmlc
Mays Snturdny--Unrely Any
Uxpense Since Primaries.
Candidates don't "blow" thoin-
boIvcb during campaigns as they
iiBeil to. Of course thoro are ex
penses, but then much less than
wub formerly tho case, and more
systematic resulting methods are
UBod in tho campaigns of the pres
Tho Tom Green county succors
fill candidates filod affidavits with
County Judgo Milton Mays Sat
urday as to tho exact amounts ex
pended by thorn for campaign ex
penses in tho rocent election. It
iB interesting to noto tho sub
stance of tho different affidavits.
County Judgo Milton Mays cor-
tides that since filing his oxponso
list prior to tho primaries, ho has
incurred no expeiiBo ' in tho elec
tion; County Attorney J. A
Thomis HjjuroB Hie exponsoB sinco
beforo thoyirimorios to tho genoral
eloction day at $05.86; Troasuror
Sam Pollock wont to np expenso
after tho r;marios as did Snoriff
and Tax Collector J. 8. McCon
noil, Justice of tho Poaco M. 0.
Davis, of this precinct, Commis
sioners M. B. Pulliam, Frank Hit
ter, Soaton Keith and J. J.
Arthur, and Constable S. B. Run
yon, of this product.
and take your wlfo or s
out for a nico drive. A
lino of livery.
Fire Alarm Wednesday.
Soot burning in a chimnoy
tho homo of Hector MoKonzio,
East San Angelo, Woduosa
noon, caused an alarm of fire
bo turned In, whloh afterwara
proved unnoceBBary. Tho fire wa
oasily extinguished by member
of tho family, No damago result;
ed trom the flames.
R.E. Haynes and family left
for their homo in Austin Tuesday.
F. II. Watson, a woll knowt
citizen of El Dorado, was a bust
nosa visitor in San Angolo Satur
One Full Ccr Holiday Goods
JUST RECEIVED ATT
San Angelo Hardware Coinpan
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