The Sabinal Sentinel. (Sabinal, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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The Fair’s tl»« thing.
Get the Huhit.—Johnston & Rei*
Liiurh orders for travelers are a
All kinds of work executed in a
satisfactory manner at J. W. Rob-
The iqost popular brands of ci-
gars and tobacco, for sale by
—F. M. Prior.
Latest novelties in stock pins—
handsome designs--nt Johnston dr
Prof. I. N. Davis left Thursday
for a visit of several days to Sen
King’s Early variety cotton seed,
from North Carolina—tor sale by
Louis M. Peters.
Hot and cold lunches—anything
your appetite desires—at the
If you want your plows to run
well have them set and sharpened
by J. W. Roberts.
I have a carefully selected
stock of fresh candies and sweet-
meats.—F. M. Prior.
You can get your wagon tires set
on the cold tire setter for only $1.50
the set at J. W. Roberts.
For Sale: Seven Half Breed Red
Poll Bulls. Write or come and see
—L. D. Bounds, Utopia Tex.
W. J. F. Millikin’s residence is
nearing completion and will be
ready for occupancy in a few weeks.
G. Ricks and Son are building a
big addition to the store house re-
cently purehased from G. F. Wor-
Traveling men are assured of a
clean, warm bed and first class table
service when they stop at the
Coco Cola will destroy that
headache. It is delightfully re-
freshing. Right off the ice at—
Johnston <fc Reily’s.
When you come to town you
know that for the best work at the
most reasonable prices you must go
to J. W. Roberts’ shop.
The ladies know where to come
for the prettiest, the most stylish
and the best. They’ve all caught
the Habit—Johnston and Reily.
" J. H. Haile, of the Woods Na-
tional Bank, San Antonio, was in
Sahinal Saturday, interviewing the
merchants and his old-time friends.
If yon want to 6ee business done
call at D. A. Hutchens’ shop and
watch the two forges going and two
workmen as buBy as bees in a tar
Hy J. Bowles, candidate for coun-
ty clerk, madeSabinal a social call
Friday. Hy expresses himself as
confident, if only the voters will
turn out and attend the primaries.
For Sale—A house and five lots
In town of Sabinal, located within
a stone’s throw of the school build-
ing. All necessary fences and out
houses. Will be sold cheap for cash.
Apply to Pickford A Sevier.
If you want your wagon or bug-
gy or anything in the machine or
implement line repaired, go to D.
A. Hutchens, where you can find
workmen, tools and material to
tarn it out prompt and properly.
J. M. Holden, of Con Can, was
In Sabinal, last Friday buying
■applies. He tells that crop pros-
pects and things generally up his
way wsre looking more bright and
jog. The boll weevil is al-
vn and no fears enter-
► it* d.pr*d.tion,.
Will be the
capital of the
of San Antonio, Texas,
which will succeed
John Woods & Sons, Bankers,
in June, 1904.
Correspondence invited from thoie who
contemplate making changes or
opening new accounts.
Mrs. Brickcrt at Utopia.
Utopia, Texas, June 9th, 1904.—
Pardon what may be deemed an
intrusion. Bin the Piano Forte
and Song Recital given Wednesday
night hy Mrs. Brickert, assisted by
Miss Husband, deserves more than
a passing notice.
Such artistic execution was never
before witnessed here. Such en-
trancing strains of melody never
before floated out upon the balmy
air in our canyon.
What a beautiful sight to witness
such rare talent such wonderful
attainments consecrated to the ser-
vice of God and humanity. It is,
indeed, an ideal life to live, such as
lie, who “came not to be ministered
unto, but to minister, and to give
his life a ransom for many,” would
have us live. It should incite one
talent individuals to dig up the
buried treasures, and devote it to
blessing the world.
Like “the sweet singer of Israel”!
Mrs. Hrickert must be a woman
“after God’s own heart.” The
sweet spirit she breathed in her
songs, her talk for the orphans
home, and her fervent prayer at the
close of her recital, proves her to be
of the number of God’s chosen
When the songs of redeeming
love shall be sung by the innu-
merable, blood-washed throng,
around the great white throne, our
imagination accords to. her a most
conspicuous place among the re-
May she be long spared to the
life that now is. and have all the
time and opportunity she may de-
sire for engaging in the “labor of
love” she has undertaken.
Geo. A. Barker.
Con Can Culling*.
(IU>cfive«l too laie for last week’s issue.)
Con Can, Texas, June 7,1904.—
Wm. Magers was painfully hurt
Mmiduy evening by the laces of
his drive belt from the engine to
the shingle saw being torn and the
belt striking him on tho arm.
It is reported that Danley Bros.,
were robbed of u quanity of canned
goods and bottled beer, last Satur-
A large number of our people
attended the meeting at Aldine
Sunday. Rev. Smith is conducting
F. F. Ludwig, of San Antonio,
is visiting his father-in-lnw H.
Sheriff Baylor is summoning the
boys to the hub for court which
convenes June 20th.
Hon. Jake Millikin was up this
way last week punching the names
of his supportes.
Edw Keiser foreman of the Die-
tert ranch in Edwards Co. visited
H. Magers and family this week.
O11 account of scarcity of wor k
Mr. Camp who has been working
at the Magers mill returned to
The Van Pelt school closed Fri-
day ufter a successful term under
the control of Miss Eula Jones, of
Utopia. She returned home Sat-
Will Billingsley and Fred Van
Pelt have mysteriously disappear-
ed since the school closed; it is
thought they are drumming near
Mrs. R. A. Berryhill has return-
ed after an absence of sevor&l days.
The C011 Can Milling Co. are do-
ing a thriving business in the
grinding line, grinding from 45 to
70 bushels of corn every Saturday
which is milling day.
Tally Miller of the Seco was in
the Frio canyon buying steers this
Wm. J. Robinson was in Sabinal
W. T. Bates and W. B. Powell
bought the right to conduct a
refreshment stand at the picnic
here June 17th having bid $22.00
Joseph Richarz will lay the plat-
form, he being the highest bidder,
G. Ricks & Son, of Pleasanton,
Texa£, liavo bought out the mer-
chandise establishment of G. F.
Worden, and are busy this
week, taking stock. The Messrs.
Ricks are old merchants have been
1 business for the last twenty
years and know what they are
doing. They propose to sell the
old stock at greatly reduced price*
in ordei to make room for a nice
fresh line for fall and winter trade.
Now is your chance to buy cheap
goods for the next 60 days. Come
and see for yourselvee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brunt, of
Ki Paso, stopped over in Sabinal
this week to spend a day with
their parents and friends. They
wsre en route to the World's
Fsir at St. Ixrais.
Sued by Hla Doctor.
“A doctor here has sued me for
$12.50, which I claimed was exces-
sive for a case of cholera morbus,”
says R. Whit.*, of Coachella, Cal.
“At the trial he praised his medical
skill and medicine. I asked him if
it was not Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he
used as I had good reason to believe
it was, and he would not say under
oath that it was not.” No doctor
could use a better remedy than tliie
in a case of cholera morbus, it never
fails. Sold by Sabinal Drug Store
Mr. and Mrs. Will Thompson
came in trom Morenci, Arizona Sat-
urday, and their home-coming was
indeed a sad one. En route their
infant child, for whose benefit the
long journey was undertaken, be-
came violently ill and when within
but a few miles of their destination,
expired. The little one was laid
tenderly to rest in the Sabinal cem
etery Sunday, a large concourse of
friends of the grief-stricken parents
following the remains to the grave.
In their great bereavement Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson have the heart-felt
sympathy of th« entirecommunit y
As a general thing ''fads” don’t
last long but the "habit” of trading
at the Ladiee’ Emporium is like the
smile that wont come off.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Peter •
*OT because it has been here the longest, nor
because it has an established reputation
covering a score of years, does this store lay
olaim to your patronage—but on the solid ground of
superior merit. If you do not find its choice of goods
to be superior to all others, its prices to be more con-
sistent, its service to be better and more prompt, you
will never be aaked to call again.
Nothing but the Standard Brands
ajre Carried in Stock at this Store
Proper Covering for either extremity.-
Agent for Born & Co’s ‘’made to measure" Clothing
UR stock of Groceries and General Mer-
chandise is always fresh and clean. Noth-
ing “stale” or “musty” is sold over our
oounters. Your wants can be supplied here in anything
needed for home or ranch. Wo havo a largo and con-
venient camp yard and you are invited to make our
place headquarters when you come to town.
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Sevier, Hal. The Sabinal Sentinel. (Sabinal, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1904, newspaper, June 17, 1904; Sabinal, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1108322/m1/5/: accessed July 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .