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IN TWQ SEGTIONS-SECOND SECTION.
THE SAN ANGELO PRESS
VOL, 10 NO, 49.
SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1906,
Entorcaintho8nAnrolo Poit Offia
"Big Furniture Sale
and Voting Contest
All goods marked bay dolvn, The most sur
prising balues eber offered just before Christmas,
$10,000 horth of extremely stylish Furniture at
a fraction of its real vorth.
THESE ARE THE FAUORITES
Mrs. E A. Israol C040
Mrs. A. B. Perry 2015
Mrs. J. W. Carruthors 2750
Mrs. Boyd 1075
Miss Eva Mayso 1700
Mrs. Fred Speck 825
Mrs. J. E. Garvin 070
Many visitors and purchasers
beautiful Ilaviland China sot of 100
Huy nob and bote for your faborite can
didate. w. e. wzwrow&co.
The Hig Furniture House,
Is very much in ovldenco at TUR
NER'S BIG RACKIU' STORE.
The Store Is crowded wlth a fine
o W. -sething to Please All
Decembbr-lth will fjlvo away
$15.00 Doll and $5 00 Magio Lan
torn. You got premium tlckots
with every purchase Come early
If You Vant
Good Flour you v m
got it from t Ii c
WHITE G ROOK It V
COMPANY. If you
Good Groceries of
ant kind you can get.
1 1 all your wants sup-
pnod ut tliu
White Grocery Co.,
Temple Editor Iu City.
J P. Cumuli, editor 'and pro
prietor of the Tomplo Wookly
Tunes, arrived in San Angolo
Sunday uttornuon on n short re
creation trip. Mr. Crouch's
nowspnpor plant in Temple was
recently destroyed by firo, but in
tends rebuilding and establishing
a now plant, and is making pre
parations toward that ond now.
Mr. and Mrs. .7. TiT Madison
ent to Miles Monday aftornoon
a business visit of u few days.
7-4)) 'W'', ,!
Mrs. J. M. Kemp 000
Mrs. Tom Savpfl -125
Mr. L. W. House 400
Mrs. Horraan KlccW 350
Mrs. J. A. Plckons 350
Mrs. Robert Lowo 170
Miss Jcsslo Snow 100
havo boon In to Inspect the
Council Put Mud Rakers to Work.
Tho heavy rains of tho past few
days put the principal stroots of
San Angolo iu a very bad condi
tion. At some crossings there
was no crossing. Slushy, thick
miro a half foot deop. grooted
dainty Blippers and coarso brogans
alike ovorywhoro. Monday morn
ing tho city council put a large
forco of lnborors tt work shovol
iug mud from tho crossings, and
later tho big grador and mules
scraped Ohadbourno streot to tho
gravel foundation, heaping tho
mud in the center. Following tho
scraper were men and wagons
literally 'wading" into tho mud.
Hauling olT this superfluous
miro is tho only feasible plan.
Leaving it upon tho stroots to dry
and then become a nuisance at 1
tho next rain, doesn't work liko
taking it away ontiroly.
K. Briggs, of Oona, was in Sun 1
Angolo bunday and Monday.
Mis? Honda Davis is visiting
relutivos in Colomuii this week.
W. F. Noulko was in tho city
from his ranch, Monday and
' 'Pnnciitn v
Dr. John Abo March returned
Sunday from 11 short business trip
to Ft. Worth.
E A. G. Brond, of Brady, was
111 tho city tho first of tho week on
11 business visit.
Ira Word, of Sonora, wont to
Ballingor Tuesday morning on a
brief business visit.
D, E. McDuniell came iu from
Storling City Monday. ,to uttond
to some hubinoss lu Sun Angolo.
Cy Ogdon and a forco of mon
wont 'to Miles Sunday to bogin
Borne bridge work Monday morn
ing. A G. Brown, n citizen of
Bronte, Coke-county, was a busi
ness visitor in San Angolo Mon
day. .J. E Henderson, .li, wus in
from the Henderson ranch near
Vigo, tho first of the wool: on
Misses Margaret Ilussoll, of I
Bonliam, and Fanuio Maddox, of
Greenville, aro visiting San An
O. Oborling, a woH-to-do busi
ness man of Marble 'Falls, was ii
prospector in San Angolo soveial
days last weok .
Father Joseph Hobair, pastor of
the Church ot the Snored Jloait,
loft Tuesday aftornoon for San
Antonio on privato business. He
will return to San Angolo in time
for UBiial services Saturday and
MRS. TALBOTT WINS
IN INSURANCE CASE
Noted Cnso Against Atctropolltnn De
cided In Federal Court. Plaint
iff (Jets $14,261.50.
Tho logeBt judgment over rou
dorod iu a Tom Green county
court was roturnod in tho vordict
of tho jury of tho Fodoral Circuit
court of tho Northern District of
Toxob Saturday morning. Tho
case was that of Mrs, Camilla B.
Talbott, temporary administra
trix, ate, of tho OBttito of tho lato
Will Talbott, vs. tho Metropoli
tan Lifo Insurance company, of
Now York, for tho sum of 810,000
ineuranco on the' lifo of the do
coaBod Will Talbott. Tho vor
diot also ullowod 0$ intoroat on
tno taco ot tlio policy Binco
December 22, 1003, 12 ponalby
on the principle, and 10 of tho
total, aftor tho abovo precontumB
had been added, na attorneys'
fooB, making a sum total allowed
tho plaintiff, Mrs. Talbott, of
This noted caso has created
much interest at each hoaring,
this conclusive trial being tho
Courtcsj of Chus. II. Pago, Architect,
This I oautiful striicturo now
artistic, old Spanish dosign. Its
I M ' it
,-'". J"-"' , -ikwWh "'.IV
&wf;,feVli Mm; WMm mil S mumm
iij.nr'ifl'WMJt2?fi'LC- Tiran'; ,iUHiBriiB4.t. : sxm'ack. jv.mlt wires
fortably and csnvoniontly arranged, )niil would do credit to a much larger city than San Plngulo.- Mr.
Page, who dosigned tho handsome building, was tho designer of the five-pointed star, ToxiV building at
the St. Mollis Exposition, in 100.") Brydson Bros. & Mjlgor, of Austin, iiru tho coiitracors who have
charge of the eoustriictiou work of the now depot
The foundation has boon complotod and the walls are mounting fast. The struoturo is being
built of st i.n and cement, and will be one of the swollen buildings of its kind iu the Southwest.
New Insurance Company.
Tho Co-Operative Insuranco
company, of San Angolo, is a new
I homo insurance company organ
ized in tins city last week. It is
a strong loual orguniation for
the purpose of insuring country
houses, barns and sheds from lots
by file or . tornado, and promises
to thrive and prospor. Theoflir-erH
for tho ensuing year aro: Wal
ters Robertson, president; K A
Hall, Measurer; Daniel, Alexan
der it Schoolor, managing attor
neys; and the diructois are
Arthur Wost and G. H. Garland,
of this city; E, It. Spear, of
E(,lu' L" Spring, of Water Vul
ley, and Eugene
Prominent Allnlsicr Here.
Di. 'Lewis Powoll, pastor of the
Fii'nt Methodist church of Mom
phis, Tonn., was in San Angolo
Saturday and Sunday. For the
pust four years, Dr. Powoll has
had tho pastorate of tho First
Methodist church, of Hot Springs,
Ark., and at the last conference,
was transforroil to tho larger and
third, Tho drat trial wnB hold in
Now Orleans and a vordict waB
roturnod iu favor of tho defend
ant iiiBiirnnco company. Tho caso
was appoalod by tho counsel for
tho plaintiff and roBulted in favor
of tho ploiutiff. Tho caso waB
thou rovorsod, tho third trial
boing hold hero lastweok with the
culmination as abovo itatod. Tho
counsol for tho plaintiff was
Wright it Wyun, of San Angolo,
and Wendell Speuco, of Dallas;
for dofoudant, Locko & Looko, of
Dallas. Mrs. Talbott rocoivod
many congratulations Saturday
on tho succoBBful outcomo of tho
trial. She left Saturday after
noon for hoi- homo 111 San An
tonio. Federal court convened in San
Angolo Thursday morning and
finished tho very, light dockot,
two minor cases boiug continued,
in time for tho officers to ioavo on
tho 2:45 p. 111. train Saturday.
Edward II. Meek, judgo; W.H.
Atwoll, stato's attorney; Qoorgo
II. Groon, United States mar
shal; Lewis O. Muynard, district
clerk; Qoorgo W. Campboll, bog
rotary to Judgo Meek, and Dud
W. Campbell, deputy U. S. mar
Handsome Now Sa.nt(v Fo Piissenijer Depot.
under course of construction on
total cost when compluted will bo
more important charge that ho
now has. Ilov. Powell is an old
colleague of Ilov. J. D. Scott, and
the object of his viBit to West
Texas, was to see Iiib boyhood
friend. Dr. Powell loft Sunday
aftornoon indirectly for Memphis.
J. D. Sugg caiiH 111 irom his
D. II. Burt, of Brownwood,
wus iu the city Sunday and Mon
day. 0. M. Cook, of San Antonio,
was a business visitor in cho city
Miss ilonny L. York roturnod
Monday afternoon from a visit to
Luke Girvon, of Shofllold, was
a business visitor in San Angolo
tho Hist of tho week.
Dr. E. It. Forbes, tho veterin
arian, made a profrissional trip to
Brownwood tho first of the week.
W. P. Humphrey, tho lumber
man, went tq Ballingor Monday
on a buBinoBa visit of a few days.
Olaudo A..Shutt, oditar of the
'1'ulpa Tribune, was in San Angolo
Sunday and Monday -visiting
shal, roturnod to thoir respective
homos in DallaB and Ft. Worth.
Running Hotter Sleepers.
On tho Tomplo-San Angolo
branch tho Santa Fo has put bet
tor nppointod Pullmans on regu
lar paBBongers 77 and 78 than
havo boon runuing to tho termi
nus horotoloro. The ordinary
"tourist" sloopor has boon tho
iiiBiial donation to this line, but
tno present accQinmodation ia
much hotter, being oquippod with
amokor and is neator ovory way.
Experienced Exciting Runaway.
A toam hitched to a hack
belonging to H. Y. Kottlor, of
North San Angolo, ran away on
Chadboumo atroot Sunday aftor
noou and damagod tho vohiclo
considerably. Tho horeos bocamo
unmanagoablo on North Chad
boumo streot, and tho drivor
jumpod out of tho hack and let
tho horses go. Thoy woro Stopped
near Honning's Bocond hand store
whore thoy collided with tho curb
ing and broko tho tongue of tho
S. J. Blockor, managor for J.
D. Sugg, loft Monday for Mid
land, on a visit to Mr. Sugg's
ranch interests there
North Uhadbourno t
i is a very
about flJO.OOO . It w
rfiu very com
Juke Allen Sells tils Saloon.
Jake Allen sold his Parlor
Saloon 011 Uhadbourno street Mon
day to It. A. King, ol Ilrady, for
a private consideration. Mr. King
will continue the rot-urt uiidei the
same name as chosen by Mr.
Alien. 1 no now owner win mow
to this city to reside. Mr. Allen
has no plans for the future in
mind at present, and will take a
good lest from business affairs for
Judge I'reiibber Returns.
Judge John Pioussor, tho pion
eer justice of tho peace ol tins
precinct, has returned fiom an
oxtoiifiivo jniruoy thiough the
country west of here. The lovon-d
old gentleman visited his sou in
Doming, N. M., and also went
into Old Mexico, near Cauauea.
Mr. Prousser is in lino health and
expects to spend the holidays
among San Angolo telativea nnd
Meadanios P. J. Parkor and A.
Toboy, and Miss Stolla To buy loft
lor thoir home in Crown, La.,
Sunday, after visiting relatives iu
Special Sosslon Commissioners Co art
Saturday. All Bonds of Win
ning Candidates Good.
Tho succo88ful Tom Groon
county candidates for tho olovon
county ofticorB had thoir bonds
approved nt tho court Iioubo Sat
urday afternoon, at a special ses
sion of tho Commissioners court
of Tom Greon county. All bonda
woro approvod, and in duo time,
tho nowly olootod aspirants wilJ
tako up tho dutios 0f thoir respoc
Tho Tom Qroon county officora
making bond, Saturday, woro as
follows: County Judgo, Miltoo
MayB; County Attorney, J. A.
Thomas; District and County
Olork, Ed Dnggan, ,Sr.; Sheriff
arid Tax Oolloctor, J. 8. McCon
ni'll; lax ABsoBsor, A. D. Wos:
County Treasurer, Sam Pollock;.
County Snrvoyor, J. T. Harmon;
Public Woighor, Wallor B. With
ors; OommiBBioners, M. B. Pal
liam, Frank Itittor, Soaton Koith,
J. J. Arthur; Constablo Precinct
No. 1, S. B. Ittinyon.
No Meeting of Elks Lodge of Sorrow
It is customary with Elk lodges
throughout tho Unitid States to
havo mootii ,, sorrow on tho
'i IN ik
,lttlinp rf nnnlr
IhoBL, , .ings a ro always'
largoly uttoi , whoro
l 1 WIIU1U U 1
bus been arm., ml fnr nnnii.
w . . .ioi
1 . . y , iroin
Biiowing Borr..v lor uepartc rif.
Iiera, all moiihors holng Iiranuj -
bound to be present if thoy live
up to tho tonots of tho order. So
far tho Sun Ang9lo Lodge No.
OHS has I Hid no deaths and there
fore thoro was no memorial ser
vices last Sunday.
Sisters of Charity From San Antonio.
Two Sisters of Charity, repre
senting tho St. Fromcis Homo for
the Aged, at San Antonio, ure iu
San Angolo soliciting subscrip
tions for tho support of this do
serving institute. Thoy .realized
quite a iieatfum from the liberal
citi"iis of this city. Tho St.
Francis home is a nicely fittod
sanatorium where aged persons
are taken good care of and fur
nishi'd a lio.ii- the remainder of
Bringyour hidoB to Neoloy BroB.
That I am
Exclusive Agent for
You are cordially
invited to do your
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