The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 16, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 1902.
Entered In the Sun Angelo Post Omce M
Second-class moll mutter.
New Roller Top Desks Secretary and book
Cases C 2C
Folding Beds Bed Room Suits Childrcns'
Folding Beds Chairs. ? 2C TC
The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West
Prices down to Bedrock TC
E. W. R O B Y
The Live and Let Live Furniture Ylan.
THE HOLLAND HOUSE
A commodious new house with lnrge airy rooms and
wide verandaB. Large comfortable dining room and one
of the bent cookb in Texas
This is' the place you are looking for to spend a few
weeks away from the city's heat and dust. The hotel is
protected from the sun by n splendid grove of pecan trees
and it is only a .three minutes walk to the beautiful South
Concho river. Rates are very reasonable. For terms write
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San Angelo Texas.
Capital paid up
Surplus and undiyided profits 118339.40
Offers to Depositors nil the accommodations which their balances
business and responsibility justify.
Im.L MERTZ Pres.. CHAS. W. HOBBS Vice Pkes. I
R. A. HALL Cashiek.
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Restaurant in Connection.
Fish Ovstcrt. and Game of all kinds In Beaton.
Meulb'JSc Special Pining Iloom tor Ladlefc
Kooms 25 and 60 cents
JHS. C. LBNDON Proprietor.
$150 Per Year
The feadino AdvertisinoTtedium of this Section
A Study in Egoism.
"It line been said in my hear-
ing." "I always knew
the idea to be erroneous."
"1 hold the position of musical
critic" "nnd frankly ad-
mitting that 1 know what 1 am
tnlking about when dealing with
matters musical" "I will
take the case of llermenigildo
Gonzales" "I discovered
him chose his pieces brought
him out" "1 was the
power behind the throne"
"My contralto was Miss V "
"Ah usual I was right."
"I thought Miss II especially
charming" "1 was very
much pleased with Miss II."
"Ilaberkom waB Haberkorn.
1 have said all I have to say on
hie playing long ago."
"He has followed the advice that
I as Bassoon gave him long ago."
"I understand the art of
self eH'acement so well."
"I receive with thanks all tend-
ered compliments." "I
think them well deserved."
1 am the Musical Prodigy of the
Twentieth Century. I
"1 am the reincarnation of Mo-
zart Liszt Mendelsohn and Wag-
ner." "I am the direc-
tor of the music of the spheres."
1 am seriously contem-
plating the creation of another
Cures Eczema and Itching Humors through
the Blood Gists Nothing to try.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm)
taken internally will kill all the
humors in the blood that causes
the awful itching of eczema
scabs scales ulcers watery blis-
ters boils pimples aching bones
and joints prickly pains in the
skin old eating sores ulcers etc.
Botanic Blood Balm will make
the blood pure and rich heal ev-
ery sore and permanently stops
all the itching sensations. Bo-
tanic Blood Blood Balm gives the
rich glow of health to the skin.
B. B. B. at drug stores $. Trial
treatment free by writing Blood
Balm Co. Atlanta Ga. De-
scribe trouble and free medical
advice given until cured. Costs.
nothing to try B. B. B. as modi
ine is sent prepaid
Bitten by a Pole Cat.
A little eoii of J. W. Ashurt
was bitten by a polecat last
Tuesday night. His father im-
mediately brought him to .San
Angelo for medical attention.
Under the treatment of Dr. Ma-
gruder the boy was able to return
Miss Beatrice Thomson of
Ballinger with her mother was
visiting in .San Angelo this week.
Miss Thomson while here at
tended the Twentieth Century
At the Kirk House near de
pot you can get tirst class board
and lodping at $5.00 per weelt
or $18.00 per month. Hot anu
Mrs. Brook Smith of Brown-
wood arrived in San Angelo
Thursday and went out to J. W.
Ashurs ranch to spend some
The wise housewife acquires a
good deal of her wisdom by regu-
larly reading the advertising
columns of the newspapers.
Seaton Keith of Lipan spent
several days of the past week in
George Flint of Water Valley
returned Thursday from a trip .to
John Ryburn of Schleicher
county was in the city this
Coke has had another good rain.
Grass is looking pretty and the
wild flowers are growing in wild
profusion bedecking hill and vale
in gorgeous hues.
J. 1). Baker has a fine patch of
Irish potatoes high as your hand
and large over as a man's hat.
Mrs. Lackley Miss Carrie
Lackley Mr. Benniefield Mr.
Dally Mrs. Little and children
and Bro. Hicks took dinner with
J. D. Baker Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Moore from over
thff mountain were visitors to
our canyon Sunday.
Bro. Hicks preached a line ser-
mon Sunday. We have our organ
in the church now and we bad
real good music.
Mr. Ed Good carried about 200
head of cattle from here to his
ranch on the Pecos thiB week.
Art Hale Jim Hale and Don
Allison went with them. Art as
cook. We heard Art is a fine
cook and know all the girls will
have their cap set for him after
Mrs. Sam Sayner and little
girls visited her sister Mrs. Tyler
on Lipan Flat Saturday and
Mr. Hobson fruit agent and
Mr. Bowden portrait agent can-
vassed this canyon last week.
Mr. Smith and family were at
Miss Fannie Hale spent one
eve last week with Mrs. J. D.
Mr. Robert Harris is on the
Mr. J. D. Baker set about be-
tween f(00 und 000 fruit trees this
Mr. Jim Allison is having his
new house painted and his new
home nicely improved.
Mr. Sam Sayner we hear has
lost between 25 and IK) cows
almost all since the rains set in.
With best wishes for the Piikss.
We are prepared to move
houses of any size on short notice
and at reasonable prices. Drop
ub a card or call and see us.
PowKits & JACKKOn.
ll-4t. San Angelo Texas.
There was a mistake in the per-
sonnel of the committee appoint-
ed by the meeting on the 6th as
published in last week's Phess.
C. I). Duke should have been L.
C. Dupree and by "request of the
latter Lon Arnett was substituted
in his place. Col. J. J. RhodCB
declined to serve on the commit-
tee and Chairmun Love has sub-
stituted G. W. Stephens.
J. M Slaughter a Maverick mer-
chant was in after supplies for his
Tol Corley aprominet cowman
of Tom Green county was in Ball-
inger this week on cow business.
Mrs. R.A. Smith came down
from San Angelo Tuesday we are
glad to state that Mrs. Smith's
health has improved some. Bal-
Barney Biggs a well known
stockman is reported to have
been killed at Ft. Stockton last
week. The Pukss Iiiib not learned
the name of the slayer nor other
particulars of the difliculty.
Tom Wylie a Coke county
ranch man brother of It. K. and
Henry Wylie of Runnels county
was on the streets of San Angelo
Cover your house -with the Ce
dar Shingles sold by Wm. Cam-
eron & Co. You can not find a
better shingle for this climate .
Cord Wood Saw;d
Cord Wood Sawed
Call up phone 19
6. H. RUST.
Says Dean Is a Bolter and Trickster.
There will be two lamentable
facts connected with Col. Dean'H
nomination which now seems an
almost foregone conclusion and
that is his nomination will throw
the editors of the Colorado Stock-
man (?) and Abilene Reporter
into hysteria from which it is
feared there will never be a com-
plete recovery. Pecos Times.
If the editor of the Times can
still live at his calling after a
thirty year's attack of hysteria
the editors of the papers named
may lie aide to Burvive an attack
of u few days. However we have
this advantage we are not inter-
ested to the extent that some
other man's election to another
oflice will give us a job. Yet we
would like to see the Times editor
get the oflice but not at the ex-
pense of sending Dean to congress
though we could it necessary
survive that. But eleven instruct-
ed votes out of a necessary forty
seven has not nominated Dean.
Not quite. Abilene Reporter.
The most lamentable fact in
connection with Dean's candida-
cy is that he has been able to
barter and sell the Democratic
votes of n few counties in a dis
trict where his record as a bolter
from the Democratic party is
known and understood. It dis-
closes the fact that in the coun-
ties referred to a desire for oflice
is more highly regarded than
party fealty and this is a condi-
tion that demands the severest
condemnation from all Democrats
who believe in the principles of
the party of which they are a
component pari. and nave neon
loyal to the tenets and traditions
of the fathers. It is gratifying
however to the true Democrats
of the district to know that "Col."
Dean has about reached his limit
in the barter and exchange busi-
ness and is now up against thobo
counties in the district where
loyalty to the Democratic party
is held as a sacred obligation
and bolters and tricksters are re-
garded in their true light of
If the editor of tho Stockman is
to be free from an attack of
hysteria until "Col." Dean Bhall
have been nominated for congress
from this district ho can safely
retire each night with his mind
free from any apprehensions. Ho
is absolutely in no danger. Judge
W. R. Smith of this city will be
tho nominee of the Democracy .
West Texas Stockman.
A primary that wus not order-
ed by the executive committe has
elevated one of our candidates
from tho ranks of single trouble
to married joys. We refer to the
happy event in which MiBs Iva
Wright daughter of our popular
gin man Mr. 1. Wright was
the only voter and W. H. Allen
a prominent young lawyer and
candidate for county attorney
was the successful and unani-
mously elected groom.
The wedding of Mr. Allen and
Miss Wright occurred at the
home of the bride's parents on
Wednesday of last week at 9
o'clock p. in. and Rev. F. M.
Masters performed the ceremony
that bound them as man and
The all'air was strictly a quiet
one not even the most intiinato
friends of the groom being in-
formed of the happy event until
after it occurred.
The Pkehs joins in the general
good wishes of friends.
A. M.Millar a Ballinger cow-
man was here last Friday.
J. L. Walsh of Racine Wiscon-
sin who is interested in the .7. I.
Case estate ranch urrived last
S. J. Pool and J. D. Collier of
Edith Coko county the latter a
merchant were in the city last
S. H. Riley has contracted to
carry the mail between San
Angelo and Robert Lee for the
ensuing four years from July 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Walker
of West Tom Green spent a cou-
ple of the latter days of last week
in the city.
Col. J. J. Rhodes is squarely in
the race for the state senate.
This gives Tom Green county the
only candidates in the district for
the oflice of state senator. The
custom has been heretofore for a
candidate to withdraw when his
home county instructs for the oth-
er fellow but in this instanco tho
precedent is hot expected to be
At Low Prices.
Wood per cord $t.00
Sawed blocks for heaters
per cord 14.60
Sawed nod split tor cooking
moves per cord f5.00
We glvo pood measure.
Yard phone 1C5 at Terry b
TERRY S NEESMITH.
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Truly, P. E. The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 16, 1902, newspaper, April 16, 1902; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth116014/m1/1/?rotate=90: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .