The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 16, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR
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SAN ANOKLO TKX. April 10. 1002
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No Discounts. No Commlulons.
Circulation and quality considered
these rates are as low as tlny can
practically bo mado and will ho ad-
hered to strictly.
Arrives 1:20 a. m
Leaves -1.00 p. in
Arrivos 5:15 p. in.
Lcavos 8:20 a. in.
CardH of Thanks Resolutions
of Respect Obituaries and simil-
ar notices published in the I'kbss
will bo charged for at regular ad-
vertising rates. Advertising for
church school and charity bene-
fits will bo charged at half rates.
Gov. Suyora will issue an ap-
peal for contributions to the
drouth sull'orers of Zapata county-
Officials of Zapata county
atato that at least 1200 people
there must be assisted or actual
starvation will occur.
I am a newspaper publisher
and it makes me mad every time
I think of
The man who changes his ad
onci' a year and Men tens nn
every time he gets me in a crowd
that my paper is no good and ad-
vertising doesn't pay;
The man who runs a four-inch
ad. a couple of weeks before
Christmas and expects it to keep
his store full all the next summer;
The man who won't and never
did advertise and then '"hol-
lows" long and loud when I ad-
vertise an alleged sheriff's sale
for an itinerant lly-by-night
The man who runs his ad up-
side down "so it will attract at-
tention;" The man who expects a full
half column reading notice with
a two-inch display (he's the fel-
low who weighs the wrapping pa-
per with the goods when you buy
of him) ;
The man who always wants for
his ad. the position he knows is
The man who wants to "trade
out" the price because "adver-
tising don't pay nohow;"
The man ;
Well there are others. I'll
mention them some other time.
Tin; Gallup Saddles
have been on tho market for
nearly a third of u ceritury
and are growing more popular
as the years tro by. Our now
catalogues showing all latest
improvements and newest
ideas in Saddles and Harness
sent free upon application.
S G GALLUP SADDLERY
J. S. MILES. Ascent. San Angelo
MISS A UNDERWOOD g
Ragsdalc Building Room 2
A prominont citizen remarked
tho othor day that ho oxpocts the
contract for grading tho Orient
railroad from Sweetwater to San
Angolo would bo lot some time
during this summer.
St. Louis is reaping a whirl-
wind from seeds of corruption
sown in municipal politics. The
city lias been robbed of thous-
ands by corrupt officials elected
by rotten methods. Perhaps
othor cities as well as St. Louis
will profit by the lesson.
Govornor Sayors has appointed
Searcy Bakor of Grimes county
.Superintendent of penitentiaries
to succeed J. S. Rice resigned.
Mr. Baker was several years ago
proprietor of a lumber yard at
Balliuger and is known by a
large number of the old timers in
Tho editor of this paper wants
to buy a sack of Hour ten pounds
of lard and three cans of toma-
toes : also 7 pounds of nails a
shovel and a wash pan. Bids
will be received until some time
next month for furnishing those
articles after which the privilege
is reserved of ordering from Gal-
veston or San Antonio if bids are
not in accord with the exigencies
of tho occasion.
A Doctor's Bad PItgh.
"Two years ago as a result of a
severe cold I lost my voice"
writes Dr. M. L. Scarbrough of
Hebron Ohio "then began an
obstinate cough. 15 very remedy
known to me as a 'practicing
physician for 155 years failed
and I daily grew worse. Being
urged to try Dr. King's new Dis
covery for consumption coughs
and colds I found quick relief
and for last ten days have felt
bettor than for two years."
Positively guaranteed for throat
and lung trouble by J. W. Harris.
50-' and $1.00. Tria
Better than Ever.
The question has boon asked
'In what way Chamberlain's
Stomach & Liver Tablets super-
ior to pills?" Our answer is:
They arc easier and more pleasant
to take more mild and gontlo
in effect and more reliable as
thoy can always bo depended
upon. Then they cleanse and in-
vigorate the stomach and leave
the bowels in a natural condition
while pills aro more harsh in ef-
fect and their use is often fol-
lowed by constipation. For sale
by Tho Central Drug Store.
J. S. McGoijije))
To the Public
In course of our open air ser-
vice in front of the Legal Tender
saloon on last Thursday night I
spoke in denunciation of tho
traveling opera troupes those that
travel through our country. My
talk was from actual knowledge
of several girls being ruined
through these troupes. I have
been informed that as the Wood-
men were having an entertain-
ment in the Opera House some
of them thought I had reference
to them but such is not the case.
1st. I did not know that the
Woodmen were endeavoring to
build them a hall. 2nd. I did
not know thoy had an entertain-
ment at all. J5d. I don't see
how any sane man can class the
local entertainments given by
lodges churches societies etc.
with the traveling opera troupes
to which I alluded.
Yours for right
J. I. G ass away Cupt.
Proprlstor of the
San Anaelo Livery and
San Angdo Texas.
Good teams Buggies and
Hacks. Can send out pic-
nickers or accommodate you
with any kind of conveyance
. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Blacksmith and Wheel'
3 Wm. McDonald. Proprietor
Sciontifio Horse Shooing a
8 Sewing Machino
Yard San Angolo
The eeiHus bureau has com
pleted its investigation of the re-
turns and its report shows that I
of the 07)55) 057 farms in the
Pnited States 5000 255 reported
poultry. The total number of
fowls three months old and overi
reported were as follows: Chick
ens lnciuuing guinea iowis jj-
503035; turkeys 05U.)M7 ; goose
507080!!; ducks 1S0758. The
number of nearly all theso classes
of poultry are smaller as roportod
in 1000 than in 1800 owing to tho
fact that in 1.800 they reported all
fowls of whatever age while in
1000 only those three months old
and over worn reported.
The product of eggs in 1800 was
12015810180 dozens againstSlO-
722010 dozens in 1880. An in-
crease in tho number of eggs pro-
duced rather than an increase in
the number of different kinds of
fowls marks the progress of this
brunch of the industry. The
value of poultry on hand June 1
1000 was 185701000; tho value
of poultry raised in 1800 was
.$180801877 and the valuo of
eggs produced in 1800 was .$114-
280158. The total income de-
rived by tho farmers from their
poultry industry in 1800 repre-
senting tho total valuo of tho eggs
produced as woll as tho poultry
raised was .$281187085. This
total makes the poultry industry
one of the largest connected with
But enormous as are those fig-
ures they do not represent tho full
truth because they include only
tho poultry returns from farms
and ranches and everybody is
awure that poultry raising is by
no means confined to tho agricul-
tural districts. Thore aro thous-
ands of families in cities and
towns who have their little stock
of chickens and raise them for
tho table as well as for the eggs.
Tho extent of this branch of the
industry can only bo guessed at
but it will cortainly add largely
to the general result.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Great Dismal Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground
of Malaria germs. So is low
wet or marshy ground ovory-
whoro. Those gorms cause weak-
ness chills and fevor aohos in
the bones and musclos and may
induce dangerous maladies. But
Electric Bitters never fails to de-
stroy them and cure malarial
troubles. Thoy will surely pre-
vont typhoid. "Wo tried many
remedies for malaria and stom-
ach and liver trouble" writes
John Charleston of Byosville O.
"but never found anything as
good as Electric Bitters." Try
thorn. Only 50. J. W. Har
ris guarantee satisfaction
Tho first automobile was order
od Fob. 25th and should reach our
city according to appointment
about tho 25th of this month by
which time it is expooted the
stroots' will bo in much better
condition as' a result of the good
work now being done.
Hall's Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's
Great Discovery cures all kidney
and bladder troublos removes
gravel cures diabetos seminal
emissions weak and lamo backs
rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women regulates
bladder troubles in children. If
not sold by your druggists will
bo sent by mail on receipt of .$1.
One small bottlo is two months
treatment and will cure any caso
above mentioned. Dr. 15. W.
Hall sole manufacturer P. O.
Box 020 St. Louis Mo. Sond for
testimonials. Sold by all druggists.
Oct. 20. 1901.
I was troubled with kidney and
bladder trouble for a number of
years. I have used tho Texas
wotulor Hall's Groat Discovery
with wonderful results and can
cheerfully recommend it.
PHIL S. WYOUM.
Mao. FttkVK CAITK
8 Morrill Stnat AmMburj Mmi.
Ihlalottor Bltould carry Faith
andOonvlotlon to theHearta
at all Slok Womon
" I suffered with Inflammation and
falling1 of tho womb and othor dis-
agreeable female weaknesses. I had
bad spoils every two wcoks that would
last from eight to ton days and would
have to go to bod. 1 also nau noaa-
acho and backacho most of tho time
and such bearing down pains I could
hardly walk across tho room at times.
I doctored nearly all tho timo for
about two years and seemed to grow
worse all tho tlmo until last September
I was obliged to talto my bed and the
doctors thought an operation was the
only thing that would help me but
thla I rofused to have done.
"Then a friend advised mo to try the
Pinkham medicine which I did and
aftor using the first bottle I began to
Improve. I took in all five bottles of
Lydia E. Plnkham's Dlood Purifier
four boxes of Lydia E. Plnkham's Dry
Form Compound throo boxes of Liver
Pills and used three packages of Sana-
tive Wash and I am as well now as I
ever was. I am more than thankful
everyday for myoure." Mns. Fiumc
OAnTsn 3 Merrill Bt Amesbury. Mass.
' "Laud of Sunshine"
"The Golden West"
Homeseekers' rates (one
way) in effect March 1 to
April 30 inclusive through
tourist sleeper every Tues-
day tickets on sale daily
General Confederation Wo.
men's Clubs Los Angeles
the Santa Po declared the
official route; round trip
tickets on sale April 22 to
27 ino no change of cars
Pullman Sleepers through
to Los Angeles
tKffintllll t Haiti If thla taatlnto-
If you wish to see the won
drous rock formations of
New Mexico tho Canyon
Diablo the Pueblo village
Laguna the uniqe civiliza-
tion and the scenicgrandeur
of the West; travel via the
When you get
tired of faying two price
for mixed rulnu try NotH Fat
Color PiMs. (reiiy mixed). There ire
m kttzr mints nude they eome readr to we
In 44 ifudes. and they can be bought at the right
price because they're nude In the right place 4
modem paint factory. Noxall palnti are half
eentury In advance of other ready mixed paint.
Made by Enterprise Ptxt Msrvtnmn oa.
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MAIL- EXPRESS & PASSENGER LINE
Single Trip $4.00.
Tickets for sale at J. W. Keeoes Sonora; Central Drutr Store Aufjelo
Stage leaves Sonora 4 a m. arrives at San Augelo 3 p. m. Leaves
San Angelo 7 a. m. arrives at Sonora (1 p. m. Stage mako9 through
trips overy day Sunday excepted. i iGood Fast Teams Comfortablo
TOM and WILL SAVELL Props.
Ft. Worth & Rio Grande-Railway Co
Tho shortest and most
direct routo from all
North and Last.
Close connections made
at Brown wood with to
and from San Angolo
and Intermediate points
The best: rolifce
lor Live Slock
To market. Tlmo and expense saved to passenger and shippers over thla
route. For Information rir-ii-dlni? rates etc.. auulv or address
L. B. COMER G. P. & F. A. Fort Worth. Texas.
Interesting illuetratod lit-
erature 10c postage.
M. S. KEENAN
Gen. Pass. Agt. Galveston.
Tho PHK89 is promisod a write-
up of Paderowaki'a praformanco
and othor things from Dallas for
our noxt issue
A Valuable Medicine
For Coughs and Colds In Children.
'I have not tho slightest hesi-
tancy in reootnmouding Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to all who
are suffering from coughs or
colds" says Ohas. M. Cramer
Esq. a well known watoh maker
of Colombo Ceylon. "It has
boon some two years Bince the
City Dispensary first called my
attention to this valuable medi-
cine and I have repeatedly used it
and it has always been beneficial.
It has cured me quickly of all
chest colds. It is especially ef-
fective for children and seldom
takes more than one bottle to
cure them of hoarseness. I have
persuaded many to try this valu-
able medicine and thay are all as
well pleased as myself over the re
sults." For sale by the Central
This paper might be filled with
items liko the following and
every one be the absolute truth.
no normanent relief until I used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm three
bottlos of which have cured me.
It is tho best medicine lever used.
Philip E. Rhoads Pennvillo Mo.
Pain Balm is for sale by the Cen-
tral Drug Store.
There 1 Only On.
There is one reliable 25 cure
for all pain internal or external
and that is Gooch's Quick Re-
lief. Cure3 Cramp and colic.
Major George Reed in charge
of the army work in Texas with
headquarter at Dallas with his
aide camps will visit San Augelo
from the 17th to the 20th of this
month in the interest of our spir-
itual work. Some very special
meetings will be held in which
we hope all souls of real practical
religion will cooperate. Como
out and help us.
J. I. Gassaavav Capt.
The most common ailment that
distresses mankind is bilious-
ness. The liver becomes inactive
and the system dogged with ef-
fete matter. Then you feel sick.
When thus affected take a Mexi-
can root pill Prico 25 a box.
They help the liver cleanse the
bowels and cure sick headache.
The Grant Lumber Co. meet
all competition and all figures
! they want your trade.
B. B. Hail of the firm of Smith
& Hail Lumber Co. of San Augelo
was here Monday and Tuesday of
this week checking up the business
of the Cicero Smith lumber yard
hero. Prof.W.S.Sylor brother-in
law of Mr Smith's will hereafter
bo in charge of the business
R. M. Wright a furniture . man
from San Angelo was in Ballm-
er yesterday. Ballinger Ledger.
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .