The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 30, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY IUNE 30 1904
Death to ;
i Screw Worms!
1 GONGMO - .
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ami is u great deul cheaper
Heals the wound nnd keeps 2
ofl' the (lien. Those who
have used it pronounce it S
the bust tiling of the kind g
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TEXAS RELICS SAVElT
San Ancc lo Man Guards The in
livery Article Is Kcturncd
Ft Worth i:uuril.
St. Louis June 24. An ollioiul
bullotin issued tonight by the
World's Fair Pres9 bureau is as
follows: The burning of the
house of lloo-Iloo created excite-
ment in the Texas building
where in the north point of the
building was collected the most
complete display of relics apper-
taining to the lepublic of Texas
that has over been brought to-
gether. Every article of historic value
was removed from this point of
the building through the energy
of Miss Viva Crain vho. as the
personal representative of Mrs.
James H Wells ot Brownsville
who gathered the collection was
sleeping in the building.
With the aid of Miss Jessie
Hall Miss Crain gathered about
her the negro attaches of the
building and Hubert Steele and
Lester Leonard With the aid of
these men the relics were re-
moved Placing them in a pile
out of danger's way the young
ladies called for assistance to
protect them. A .Tell'erson guard
stepped up and volunteered his
"If you will see that these ar-
ticles are not molested" said
Miss Crain to the guard "I will
mako it worth your while."
"Worth my while" repeated
the guard; "why don't you know
I'm u Texan."
Every article of historic value
was in its place this afternoon.
The lirst Hag of the Texas repub-
lic the keys of the famous
Alamo the historic documents
that date back to the Spanish oc-
cupation swords miniatures and
paintings hundreds of years old
were all returned without the loss
of a Bingle article.
"1 .had a pack of fifty-two
playing cards upon each of which
was a picture of n Confederate
general" said Mrs. Wells tins
afternoon. "These were re-
turned to me m six different
piles and T find that there is not
a card missing."
Jefferson Guard Broome who
constituted himself the custodian
of the relics removed from the
building is a native of San An-
Cures Old Sores.
Westmoreland Kaus. May 3
15)02. Bulhird Snow Liniment Co. :
Your Snow Liniment cured an old
sore on the side of my chin that
was supposed to bo a cancer. The
sore was stubborn and would not
yield to treatment until I tried
Snow Liniment which did the
work in short order. My sister.
Mrs. Sophia J Carson Allons-
ville Mi(lii) Co.. Pa. hiu a sore
and mistrusts that it is a cancer.
Please send her a 30o bottle. For
pale by Central Drug Store.
Santa Pu Excursions
Louisiana Purchase Exposition
St. Louis Mo limit Deo. loth
12.50 50 days Silo. 10 10 S2S.55.
San Francisco Triennial Con-
clave Knights Templar and Grand
Lodge I. O. O. F. on sale Aug.
15th to Sept. 10th rate Sol. 80.
Port Lavaca Marlin Wooten
Wells Corpus Christi Aransas
Pass Hookport and Portland
Texas. All year tourist rato in
effect with a CO day limit.
Pen body Normal Summer
school Nashville Tonn. on sale
June 18th lflth 20th 2rd 2-lth
nnd 25th rate JfKl 75.
P. E. Skinneh Agent.
L. F. St. John and sister Miss
Maggie of Ohristovul and Frank
II. St. John of El Paso were vis-
itors to San Angelo l'ln'Mliiy.
News of the
San Angelo vs. Dublin.
Tho Dublin team with Mnna-
gor Harris oalno up Thursday
aftor inllioting two defeats on
Bnllinger's team and reinforced
by two of Hallinger's best play-
ers Hates and Hobinson. Dupree
Hallinger's line little pitcher
played two of the series of three
games with the "Long Horns" as
the Hrownwood Bulletin calls the
San Angelo team. Dublin lost
two of tlii series but the local
team kows that it has been play-
ing ball. Those Dublin follows
are ball plavers good clean
ones and it's a credit to the Long
Horns to win from them.
Portus Gay of Hallinger um-
pired the three gamps and did so
in a splendid manner. San An
gelo people and San Angelo's
team appreciate his services as
umpire No better decisions have
been rendered on (he local dia-
mond this season nor a better dis-
play of baseball knowledge made.
The Dublins left Sunday for
Thursday's game was one of the
fastest seen on the local diamond
this season. Dublin's team is
one of ball players anil with the
pick of Hallinger's team Bates
and Hobinson put up a strong
game. Bates did the slab work
but weakened toward the end of
the game. This however did not
prevent Dublin winning. The
Dublin team is composed of slug-
gers and whose fielding is far
above the amateur average.
Those who did not see
Thursday's game missed a good
Dublin nb r bh po a e
Jackson lb. 15 1 1 1 0
Thomas cf. -1 1 1 15 0 O
Vinson If. 10 0 12 1
Mouldin c. -1 0 0 S 2 0
Poole rf. -10 0 0 0 0
Hobinson lb 4 11110 0
Scott b II 0 1 12 0
Petty ss. -1 0 0 2 0
Hate's p. 0 0 0 15 0
Totals llli 4 27 15 1
San Angelo ab r bh po a e
Mills ss 4 0 1 0 5 1
Connor c 5 0 0 5 1 0
Lawson. 2b ....5 1 1 2 2 1
Hull lb 4 0 1 18 1 O
McGhee If 0 1 O 0 o
Hlodsoe cf--" .4 0 1 0 0 0
Cobb lib 15 0 0 14 0
Dickson rf 4 0 2 10 0
Mooney p 0 0 0 15 0
Totals 115 1
San Angelo 100000000.-1
Summary: Three base hitB
HobhiBon. Two base hits Dixon
HitB oil' Mooney 4; off Bates 7
Bases on balls by Mooney 2;
by Bates 2 Struck out by
Mooney (5; by Bates 8. Double
plays Hail to Cobb. Pa8se:l balls
by Connor 2; by Mauldin 0.
Umpire Portus Gay.
nmiAV s IA.Mn.
Dupree Hullinger's ellicient
pitcher doing slab work for the
locals won his game by a scratch.
It was one of those hotly contest-
ed and highly interesting games.
From the very start the grand
stand was in the game and at no
time was either side so far
ahead that the enthusiasm lagged.
Dublin litis the kind of a team
that a gume is not won from them
until the end of the ninth inning.
This game was one of the best
exhibitions of the season.
Tho score :
Dublin ab r bh po a o
Jackson ab 4 2 2 2 1 0
Thomas cf 4 10 10 0
Vinson If 4 1 12 0 0
Mouldin c 5 112 11
Hobinson lb.... 15 0 1 11 1 0
Scott rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Petty ss 4 0 1 0 5 1
Bates !5b 4 1 1 2 5
Turner p 4 0 0 0 2 1
Total !)5 0 7 24 111
San Angolo ab r bh po a o
Mills bb 5 1112 1
Connor c 4 2 1 8 1 0
Lawson 2b 4 0 2 5 -15 0
Dupree p 5$ 0 1 1 15 0
Hail lb 4 0 0 8 0 0
Moonoylf 4 0 0 2 0 0
McGhaollb 4 10 12 2
Bledsoe of 15 2 0 0 0 0
Dickson rf 15 1 0 1 0 0
Total 554 7 5 27 11
San Angelo 00202021 7
Summary: Home runs Jack-
sou Hates. Two liaso hits
Connor Lawson Dupree Thomas
Vinson. Double plays Mills to
Lawson to Hail. Hasos on balls
oil' Turner !1; off Dupree 1
Struck out by Turner 2: by Du-
Umpire D. P. Gay of Hallin-
ger. "ATl'ltllAV S OAMK.
Everybody got hits in profu-
sion Saturday. It was strictly a
Holders gume. There was not
much doing at the slab. Mooney
got busy towards the latter part
of the game getting in some very
effective work. Mooney is u
great pitcher and gets good Blip-
port. Errors were plentiful but
the game was counted a good one
because of is closeness. Tho
fans were there in all their glory
doing lots of rooting.
Dublin .... ab r
Jackson 2b 5 1
Thomas cf 1 0
Mouldin c 5 1
in pu a e
1 II 2 0
0 0 0 1
2 0 0 15
2 5 0 15
0 2 4 1
1 I (5 II
10 0 0
2 12 1
Hobinson lb. . . 5
Scott Hb 0
Petty SB 5
Linson rl 2
Hates p 1 0
10 10 10 27 14 12
San Angolo ab r bh po a e
Mills ss 4 1 0 2 (5 1
Connor c 5 1 2 (5 1 1
Lawson 2b 5 112 4 0
Dupree. lib o 1110 1
Hail II 4 J! li 14 0 1
Mooney p 4 1 1 0 5 1
McGhee If 4 4 10 0 0
Bledsoe cf 5 1 U 1 0 1
Dickson rf 3 1110 0
41 14 HI 27 10 0
Some "Other" Figures
About Crockett County
That Endorsement of
The last issue of the San Angelo Standard contained
an advertisement of Hon. C. B. Hudspeth in the shape of
a petition from Crockett County undorsing his candidacy
for Hepresentative of the 102nd District.
The facts in the matter are as follows:
That petition was gotten up before D. M. West an-
nounced as a candidate.
It positive' does not contain 150 Crockett County
voters on it but 10S. Tho others are either not voters or
live outside of the county; some of them in Pecos Travis
Schleicher and other counties.
These 108 are not now all supporters of Hudfpeth.
but some of them are openly against him.
The endorsement also stated that there wure 200
white voters in Crockett County. The facts show that there
are 275 white voters.
If the figures in. the Standard endorsement were cor-
rect Hudspeth would have 150 endorsers out of 200 voters.
But unfortunately for him the fncts show that his endorse-
ment only contains 108 Crockett County voters out of 275.
San Angelo 0150!50401-14
Summary: Homo runs Hobin-
son' Three base hits Vinson
.Mooney. Two base hits Jackson
Hates Hail Dickson. Double
plays Scott to JackBon to Hobin-
son. Batters hits by Bates 1.
Struck out by Rates 15 by
Mooney 5. liases on balls by
Bates 4 by Mooney 15. Passed
balls Vinson 2 Connor 1.
Umpire I). P. Gay of Ballin-
gea. Hie (inmes at Bollinger.
Gago won a hard fought battlo
at Bollinger Monday. Ho played
a shut out game after the first
inning and did nice work.
The score was :
Hallinger r h e
Hobinson o 0 1 0
Hates lb 1 1 0
Dupreo If 1 0 0
Scott lib 0 1 0
Patterson cf 0 1 0
Hutlor rf 0 0 1
Newman fh 0 0 0
Snow 2b ."...0 0 0
Blakeny p 0 0 1
' 2 4 2
San Angelo r h e
Mills ss 1 1 0
Connor c 0 2 0
Lawson 2b ...0 1 1
Mooney rf 1 0 0
Hail lb 1 1 1
McGhee If ....0 2 0
Hlodsoe cf 0 0 0
Cobb lib 1 0 0
Gae p 0 0 0
4 7 2
Summary :. Two ba6e hits
Hobinson; sacrallce hit Connor;
doublo play Cobb to Lawson to
Hail; bases on balls off Gage 1
off Blakeny 5. Struck out by
Gage 10 by Bliikonv 11.
Umpire Tom Patterson.
Tl'KSDAY S OAMK.
Ballingei won in a closely con-
tested game Tuesday with Crews
at the slab and Hobinson in the
cage. Dickson twirled them for
the losers and Connor held down
his usual place behind the bat.
The score was.
Hallinger r h e
Hobinson c 0 0 0
Dupree If 1 0 0
Bates 2b 0 1 2
Scott Ub 0 1 1
Butler rf 0 0 0
Snow lb 0 0 1
W Patterson of 1 2 0
Blakeny ss 0 0 0
Crews p 0 0 0
2 4 4
r h e
0 I 0
1 1 0
0 1 0
Connor c. .. .
Lawson 2b. . .
Hull lb 0 1 0
Cobb !5b 0 0 0
Bledsoe cf 0 0 0
Mooney rf () 1 0
McGhee If 0 0 0
Dickson p 0 0 1
1 5 1
Suiniiiary- Struck out by Dick-
son 7 by Crews 8.
liases on balls oil' Dickson It of)'
Hallinger's base ball team will
arrive this afternoon for a sorieB
of three mimes with the local
team. These games will be play-
ed this aftornoon tomorrow and
Manager Spencer presented
Wes Goge with a pretty cane after
his ellicient slab work 'in winning
Monday's game at Balliugor. It
was of Moxican make and carried
a card rending:
Wes Gago Pitcher
FOURTH OF JULY
The Celebration of the Nations Birth-
day Will Ue an Important Hvcnt
to San Angela People.
The Fourth juf July celebration
and barliecue will be held at I'ic-
n ic Hend on North Concho about
one mile northwest of the city.
Arrangements have been made
for the entertainment and feed-
ing of 5000 people. There will be
20 beeves and 40 muttons barbe
cued. Orders have been placed
for Biiflioient bread coffee pick-
les and relishes to satisfy hunger
of all who may come.
Judge Jno. I. Guion of Hallin-
ger will deliver tho principal ud-
dresB. with speakers of local fame
to atsist in this feature of the en-
tertainment. There will be a
base ball game between San An-
gelo and Lampasas teams. There
will juvenile sportB such as foot
races donkey roces tugs.o'war
girls races etc. In this latter
series of "iitiTttiiiiuicuii such
prizes ns the following have lieen
1 suit for a boy given by L.
Schwartz it Co.
1 bnie ball glovo by John
1 pair Tennant's 82.25 slices
by Autiu Spencer it Co.
2 bushels oats for donkey by
1 hat $1.75; 1 tie 25c by
Haphael Clothing Co.
1 pair boys' $2.50 shoes by
Winkler v Iludsoi. Co.
1 ball and 1 bat by Leo Wilson
Other prizes will be announced
In the tug-of-war two events
are scheduled ten on a side win-
ning team to get 50 cents for each
A good time is assured every
person who will attend and every-
body in West Texas is invited.
The Santa Fe will run an excur
sion from Temple and a good
crowd from there is exneotod.
Mrs. J. W. Webb and Miss
Annie Alum Webb returned from
It. G. Allen and wife of Sterl-
ing City passed through San An-
gelo Tuesday on thoir way to
Hrownwood for a visit of a few
weeks. Mr. and Airs. Alluu were
married at Sterling City week be-
fore last and are an exceptionally
attraetiM couple. The Press
wishes them much joy.
Prelfy Hard on the Fleas
Hut (he Do. Like Hit Mtifrr. Knew
How lu Avoid Work
Old Unlit' Short of llinriiil'H fti'i-K
fii.vH tlit only it'iiMin .vim I'imtiiit ti'ncli
nil oltl ilas new tricks In Imchiiii lie lins
pot mi Id Hie uuint' mitl icfuxcx tn Icnni
'fiii UtiouliiK' Unit lie will lit' lulled up
to perform for compiiny. Oltl (inlif
known rnr lir lins lienpq of opportunity
for nliservntlon. Ho liiisn't tlono any
woil; for over thirty years. Tin- stoty
jjoi'i Hint liu was such n coward nt the
fiiitliit'iil; of the rebellion Unit lie snld
t lut t 1'iither tlinti ti' to wnr he'd stny tit
Inline mid lift; slumps. And lie did It
too After nil the men went to wnr he
K)t the poitmtiMtcirihlp.
(iiihe lins n fnt old wnter spnnlel who
In too hr.y to tlo .inytliliiK hut cut mid
dulse Hens. The Inltcr tiM Is usually
pet foi int'tl In hulf heiirtcd fashion. One
day- hut I'll tiy to tell It as old lluhti
"One tiny an out of town dos was
friendly with Neb anil after he left
there hecined to he a limp of worry nu
my iIok'h mind. He Just couldn't keep
still. It wan Hera tch licit- it ml nibble
then1. I'leiiH never seemed to stir him
up llle that nfote mid I made up my
mind that tho struma' cur hud Import-
ed u new hi mid of the ei liters rinally
the oltl fellow was ho binl that I kiivo
him a dose of lieu powder. .Seems like
It ilruv the varinlnlH all Into his tit II.
fur he chiihcd It fur houia as he
hniln't done since he wus a purp I
was busy mid anyway I'd used nil
tlic' powder I hut). He's so fnt he
couldn't catch that lull mid It was
funny mid a bit pitiful too the wuy
he went after It.
"rimilly Just us he seemed driven
to desperation lie stopped short. Ho
(stood nnd looked mound at that tall.
Then he slowly Imcltcd up ugulust tho
counter till his tall laid alongside.
Then he pushed bald and giuhbed.
When he ot thiough chewing that tall
If there wus a Ilea left It wns inlnco-
I meiely mention this In passing to
Illustrate that experience Is a pretty
good toucher und that It mast be your
own experience no one's else will do.
From "Letters Fiom n Son to His Self
Mudii Tutuer" by ChurlcH Eustace
C. E. Malono has packed his
stock of mon'B furnishings and
store flxturos and will remove to
1i.b old homo at Miami I. T.
within a few days.
But His Wife Knew Whether
the Call Would Be Accepted
I'rom Itllm 1'ioin a Sou lo llli Ftl
Mmlc Vulhtr' lu Vl.ui Ira Kutttiec lfr-
iliimii. uii'uerlny l.nrlwn "lilUit
I mm ii bttt Mmlc Mcnhii.it lu llh Son."
1'nmlnlon of Hoblntoii l.uit Company
I tljlltttn i Itoitwi.
When I wus a boy my mnhltlon cnclh
latetl between keeping a candy storo
nml being a heio. Now candy inakia
my tieth nche mid I've seen two or
I spent koiiio time thinking what I
lintl better do about meeting your tie-
site that I desert literature for liver
but jour lust letter soldered my as-
pirations Into u pietty fiiiiiII en ii. My
chum doesn't like pork or relish my
Imminent intimate connection with It.
livery tiny for n month lie's linked mo
whether I hud dccltliil. Today 1 an-
sucieil him with a story that Deacon
Skinner used to tell about a young
minister he iiuce knew. He was par-
son or a small country church that
pnltl a welly nkluipy salary mostly In
ogctnbles his Hock could not int
themselves. Theie was precious llttlo
mmrjlng and ewiybmly that dlttl
ccenietl to he on the funeral free list.
Altogether It wus a case of laboring
In ii vlneymd that hail gone to Feed
nnd the joung pieneher wus more of-
ten rail of Inspiration than of roast
turkey mid UnIii's. Hut an empty
stomach made a clear head and tho
cloipiemc ol his sermons would have
given Demosthenes a land run for-llisl
Vou can't always hideaway talent so
that It can't be dug up mid one Sun-
dio the outlook committee fiom a fash-
ionable chinch came down to D. and
listened to the minister. His text that
day happened to he one of those which
permit of much oratoty without
enough oi tliodoxy to set the soul Into
coin ulslons. The sermon made a hit
with a regular Harvard "II" and In a
day or two the pustulate of the Wa-
bash Am'iiuo chinch whose slieple Is
neai er lit a veil than the majoilty of the
(Oliglcgatiou ate likely to gel wus of-
fend to the young man who told tho
committee that he must weigh the mat-
The news spieatl through tho village
instantly as It uluujs docs-for any
countiy town bus Muuonl hint to a
ciislmd on wlrcliss telcgiaphy mnl ou
the ufteiniiou of the day on which the
call to the new licit! of labor tame the
young minister's pmlshloncrs Inaugu-
rated a special pllgi image to tlml out
the prospects. The first arrival was a
woman. (Strunge isn't It that for all
a woman takes so long to dress she can
always giro a man a killing handicap
and bent him fiom scratch to tho scene
of a scandal or a bargain sale?) Shi)
was ushered Into the parlor hy the clci-
gyinmi's little girl. No one else seemed
to be lsllile. The Mother Kve lu her
wouldn't let the visitor wait long so
she put the little gill in the tpilz box.
"I'm hceul tell duly that jour pa'rt
been asked lo go to a big chinch up to.
"Yes'ni" answend Cicely tllscieetly.
"Well thiltl tell me. hev joii heard
him iiij If he's a goln'V"
"No. ma'am 1 hncn't." . ''-ft
"Noi your mother neither?" '"Jk.
"Waal my dear you most know
souiethln' iihiinut it. Dew you think
he's a-goln' to leave us?"
The lilltl sipilnutil about uneasily
ami twisted her llugeiH.
"Speak right out nnow that's a good'
gill. He lie agolu' to go or HtayV"
lligttl tin luipllsltnr.
"I don't know ma'am really l'apn's
in his study piaylng for divine guid-
ance." "Whcic'H your mother?"
"UpHtulrs jiacklug the trunks."
W. A Glasscock was here from
Solium this week.
Mrs. DeWolf of BriggH is in
the city visiting friends.
II. A. Thomson. Jr. came in
from the much Monday.
Clint Owen and family were in
from the ranch this week.
Mrs. Murk McCurley came up
from Hrownwood .VI onday.
Jno. K. Stricklen came up from
Coleman Monday on business.
C. U. Taylor of Itoswoll. N. M..
arrived in San Angelo Monday.
Put Kirk nnd wife of Shrevp.
port Lu. are in the city on a vis
it to relatives.
Geo. K. Hamrh was over from
tho little city of Vigo Monday
Austin Snenoer wont to Brown-
wood und Mercury Tuesduy ex
pecting to return Sunday.
Miss Leah Snvdor of Dallas.
arrived Thursday on n visit to her
siBter Mrs. 0. 0. Kivkpatrick.
-In purchasing groceries there is
no place you can get bettor goods
nor lower prices "than nt J. D.
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