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v VJ WSWrSFi 31 ASfSLiSJ I,-. p Pred4. &8MtiitffeMMMflBMHHHHMfltt4iltttiti9MtfBIHMHlllflHM f!?,1i'f ' f . . . - - .. ofan Jfie (Ingeo ' (MS , J' ' t. SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEB, 12 1902. Entered in the Bun Anuolo Post Oniec as Sccorfl cIm n mull matter, Some Cough, Truth, If you get the wron? couch remedy and It fullu, you lose time, render the cough harder to euro, and arc uiu yuur money. There are a good many wrong cough remedies, but It Is easy to avoid them. Come hero and gctour Compound Syrupof White Pino and you will be sure of an effective, scientific preparation, one that Is endorsed by hundreds of people In this locality and one that costs you nothing If It ever falls. Price 25c and 50c Concho Drug Store San nnttelo, Texan Give Us MorciRoom! Room, room, give us room; is the cry of the children of San Angelo. Every day is but ad ding evidence to the already well known fuct that the accom modations for school purposes aro wofully inadequate to meet the needs of the scholastic popu lation of the rapidly growing city of San Angelo. The work of education cannot be sirccos fully done in crowded, hamper ed quarters where good ventila tion is impossible, owing to the number forced to stay in about half enough space. What has beer, done by the committees to investigate, re port and recommend some means for relief? The future of the country is in the hands of these -.children, who are now receiving their training in orr public schools. The best brains, as a rule, are those nourished by perfectly healthy bodies. Don't neglect health in pur suit of knowledge. Health is of the utmost importance. Without it, learning, wealth, position aro like tools laid away to corrode with disuse and rust. Give us more room! Bcvans Mann Sunday morning at the moth odist church Miss Grace Mann of this city was married to Mr. J. A. .Bcvans of Menardville, Rev. W. H. Matthews officiating. It was described by all present as a beautiful church wedding. Miss Mann has only lived among us a short while but has many friends who pay tribute to her many charming graces. Mr. Bevans is a prominent stockman of Menardville; and a man of sterling character. Wo learn that they will make their future home at Menardville and in its surroundings The News wishes them a life of unalloyed happi ness. Brownwood News. Now is the proper time to at tend to your plumbing and Find- later is the man to do it No shoddy work done 4 tf W. S. Robinson, the popular representative of The National Life Insurance Company, re turned Thursday from a busi ness trip to Menardville. Cotton Buyer W. C. Ponn was hero from Brownwood Friday. Call on Henry Hagelstein for any thing in the saddle and Ilari ness line. J.F.Cross returned from a visit to his family at Brownwood Friday. Second hand sewing machines in good order, at bargain prices, at 0. & G. Hagelstem's. & McDaniels, who was recently shot at Santa Anna by Dr. Stan ley, died last week. Rev. W. P. Fife is making war against the Dovll and his co workers at Gonzales. The Grant Lumber Co. carry tho stock all kinds and want vour business call and see us our prices will suit. J. H. Adams left with his family for Fort Worth on last Friday, where they will make their home. Rtrvf Tvillman is dlshim mi the best on tho market to his customers at tho Loyal Tender I Restaurant. J. F. Jones, of Eldorado, was a late visitor in the city. R. L- Ware of Paint Rock vis ted San Angelo this week. W. C. Penn of Brownwood was in tho city one day last week. Bob Gatlin was in from Schleicher county, last Wednes day. J. W. Brown of Coleman was in San Angelo couple days, last wfcek. J. M. Slator of San Antonio registered at the Landon this week. M. C. Smith, a Ballinger law yer, was hero last Thursday on business. Tho Santo Fo has moved away the old platform at tho de pot, and is filling in with dirt and gravel. Invitations have been received in San Angelo to a Valentine par ty to be given by Miss Kate Thompson of Ballinger on the evening of February tho 14th. Grape Cieam or Tartar Powder CEEAM mm mmm Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Bold Medal, Midwinter Fair James Henderson, a handsome young Schleicher county ranch man, was in the city Thursday. Tho Grant Lumber Co. meet all competition and all fiirurns 'they want your trade. A Federal building would bo the real thing for San Angelo, but what about moro school room? Steve Kill man has take charge of the Legal Tender restaurant, so San Angelo will have an Up to date place for those who want something good to eat. For Sewing Machiue Extras, noedles, etc, call at Hagolstien's 0itlh Good Wines and cordials. Aro finding greater favor hero as a table beverage. Perhaps it is because people aro finding out how good our Wines are. And these goods uro not at all high priced. At a very little ex pense two uv three brands can be kept in the house. MELLOW JiLOSSOBI Whyskoy and all good brands of Wines and Whiskeys suitable for banquets and festivities of all kinds aro in stock, also, and now is the time to supply your larder with these good drink articles. I keep the best of. everything in my line. Phone No. 0. Arc Light Saloon, Tom McCIosky, Prop. Keep Your Mind on the 50c Bonanza Jewelry Sale at W. E. Heald's, the Leading Jeweler WHICH TAKES PLACE ON Saturday, Feb. 15, and Opens at 9 a, m, PROMPTLY. See some of the articles now on Exhibition in the window that will be included in this sale, and will goat 50 CEMTS BACH. Some Orae is Sure to Got TTherra Next Door to Rostoffice Ferdinand Haberkorn. the well known and popular violinist, has located permanently at Brown wood and will live at Mr. 0. H. Woodward's. He expects to con tinue his class at Ballinger, go ing there ou Saturdays, but ri..irw l.rt unci f lwe; iliYirt fr Brownwood. Ho was doing nicely at Fort Worth, but on ac count of continued bad health decided to leave there. Brown wood is to bo congratulated that ho has decided to remain here. Brownwood Bulletin. A LEGACY OF THE GRIP. Is often a run down system. Weakness, nervousness, lack of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidney often follow an attack of this wretched diseaso. Tho greatost need then is Elecoric Bitters, tho splendid tonic blood purifier, and regulator of Stomach, Liver and Kidney. Thousands have prov en that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system, rnd restore tnliRnlth and strength after an attack of urip. itsuuermg, try them. Only 50c. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by J. W. Hurris. Two well known citizens be came involved in a dispute one day last week which finally lead to blows, and a regular fisticuff ensued that left its mark on the faces of at least one of the bellig erents. Later they both con tributed 18 to the finances of the county. Charlie Farquhar wanta your trade in tho livery lino. See him on Beauregard Ave, east of the Concho National Bank. J. H. Taylor, of Rudd, auto graphed at tho Landon Thursday. grvVVAVVNVAVlVfl Wood! Wood! At Low Prices. Wood, per cord $4.00 Sawed blocks for heaters per cord $4,50 Sawed, and split for cooking stoves, per cord 5,00 We give good measure. Yard phono KM, at Terry, a gin. TERRY S NEESMITH. Tom Trail, after spending a week hero under tho treatment of the dentist, left for Paint Rock and Ballinger, Thursday. Tho Legal Tender Restaurant is moro popular than evoi; since Steve Killmau has taken charge, lie serves to suit. W. A. Snyder has connected himself with tnc San Angelo whole sale Grocery Co., and will probably locate here. There is a time when every one needs something to revive a drooping spirit. Chas Zenker's whiskey is tho best known remedy. Jim Slator one of San Angelo's big stockmen, returned from a visit to his family at San Antonio Friday morning. For a glass of beer or fine whiskey, go to Chas, Zenker's bar, If Uncle Sam wants to put a Federal building in San Aneelo. he can rest assured that tho cit izens will give him all tho ground necessary. Buggies. Bueeries at Hncnl. stein's. Birthday Sunner On Tuesday evening, of last week, J. T. Thompson tho well known lawyer, entertained afow of his many friends at a birthday suppor. Those who enjoyed the gentleman's hospitality were Capt Ed Duggan, Chas. Powell, Chas. Chamberlain, Geo. J. Bird. Penrose N. Ions, W B Macnabb, M B Pul Ham, Mr Glass and Robort Car tor. Cards wore indulged in as tho evening waned, and all pros ont enjoyed tho occasion to the fullest extent. tt Profitable Investment. "I was troubled for ubout seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time," says E. Domick, Somorville, Ind. "I spent about $1,000 and never could got anything to help me until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have taken a few bot tles and am entirnlv wHi. v don't live by what you eat, but uy wnm you uigest and assim llato. If your stomachdoesn't Now is the proper time to at tend to VOUr tllumhtnj nnrl 7?lw1. later is the man to do it. No shoddy work done. 4 tf Short News Notos. Joe G, Atkins died from tho injures recently sustained in the wreck near Fort Worth. Thero were 118 deaths in tho city of Houston during tho month of January, just closed. The farmers at La Grange Will plant a largo acreage in corn this season on account of tho high prico. W. H. Wilson a prosperous merchant, committed suicido aL Forcstburg.by cutting his throat, last week. In a difficulty between two prominent farmers at Flatonin. Joe Hodonek was shot and in stantly killed last week. J. M. Moody was burned to death and his houso burned by tho explosion of a Gasoline Stovo at Yoakum, on Fob. 5. Robbers robbed tho bank at clarksville, Ark., securod $2000 and killed tho shorriff who was trying to prevent tho robbery. Snow and rain foil till over tho state of Texas, during tho first of lastweek. Tho damage to cattle was Jittlo and tho good to farmers great. Tho Texas oil man begins ship ping oil to New York, this wook. The oil will bo used for fuel and gas making, if proven success ful. It is reported by an expeieuced oil man that tho stream of Beau mont which produces the gush ers is over 200 feet thick and inexaustiblc. Benton was selected as the site for the State Industrial School for girls, after a warm contest between Denton and other points. John Norovat, a ten" year old boy was accidently shot by his companion whilo out hunting at Fayottville, Texas, and died in fifteen minutes. A negro by tho name of Jinko Sorrell was stabbed to death, at Gilmer, by another negro. Sud denly, without a word, tho other negro began cutting Shorroll and stabbed him several times. Tho murderer has not been caught. Adobe itch, a diseaso brought from the Philippines to Texas, a genuine case of which has devel oped at Fort Worth. Tho sub ject was a soldier who lately arrived from Manila. It is said to bo contagious. Yon can help any onu whom you find sulTering from lnllamud throat, laryngeal trouble, bronchitis, coughs. colds, etc., by advising tho use of JIALLAIID'S IIOUKIIOUND SYR UP, the great remedy for coughs and colds, Price 2" and B0 cents. For salo by .7. W. Harris & Co. LOUIS F. HEITZLER lMUi.nit nil Kinds o! wood. Wood, per cord $1.00 Sawed blocks for hcators. per cord (,C0 Sawed and split for cooking f loves, per cord 5,00 Yard phono fcfl. Leave orders with August Balfanu at Local Tenner Saloon. HHHBHHHHHfiHiBiHnMiaMkZ Leon Licardie, RESTAURANT, Open Day and Night. Oysters and Chili always on hand. JYleals 25c, Two doors nbovo Press Office, f & 1 ;h M t ' 7 1 " Vj ' ?4' 'fe.jtf .- ";,'.' frgft . ,5 . Js.ir- --3"ii .