The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 30, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE JO. 1904
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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS.
A Weekly Nkwm luicr if und for a Rru.iter
WAYLAND & STRUTIIURS
Subicrlpllon Price 81.50 a Year
SAN ANGELO TEX. JUNE 30 1904
Tlioso (loot! Old Days.
"Tho happy-go-lucky days havo
gone und linvi' gone forever."
IKxtrnct from I) K. W;IIbh Interview Mi ii
And why shouldn't the huppy-go-luoky
days be gone? No pro-
gross comes of such un oru. No
cities are btiildod on happy-go-luckiness.
No factories nro at-
tractcjd by hiicIi conditions in u
community. The pooplo of West
Texas should congratulate thorn-
solvos tlmt wo have passed such u
period in our history.
San Angolo and Wost Texas aro
of mucli greater importance in
tho oyos of tho world now that
this uoction has taken on a morn
BorioiiB pliaso of life. This pass-
ing of tho days of tho cattlo kings
has ushorod tho advont of tho
nostor. Tho ono-crop farm in
Contral Toxas and tho cow ranch
of West Toxas must give way to
thu divorsiflcationists. Tho ono-
crop man now raises a dozon
things where years ago ho practi-
cally doponded on cotton alone.
Tho cow-man of West Texas will
raise shoop hogs goats horses
mules and barnyard stuff. Ho
will divorsify if ho be prosperous
and will finish his products at
Col. Wylio has hit tho nuil on
the head. Tho day of tho big
cow ranch i passed. West Toxas
is going to raise cotton as is
shown by tho number of gins bo-
ing put in at different places.
"Wost Toxas is going to raiso feed-
stuffs in fact is already doing so.
West Texas will soon witness a
complete transformation as re-
gards its runches. More ranch-
mon aro following tho lead of
Leo I5ros. Geo. Richardson 0. IJ.
Motcalfo J. A. Loomis and
otherB each year and aro diversi-
fying. West Texas is tho heat section
of tho State as future events will
most certainly provo. Watch
That Bond Issue.
San Angolo citizens havo de-
clared by their votos that they do-
sire tho issuance of school bonds
in tho sum of $20000. This is
Hotter school houses will lie
built with the monoy derived
from. the sale of these bonds and
hotter school houses moans bettor
schools. Hotter schools aro very
essontial to "a greater Sun An-
golo" and "as a greater San An-
golo" is tho greatest desire of
San Angolo people this bond
Issue has tho endorsement of the
Press whose solo political plat-
form is "a greater and u cleaner
Tho making of better streets
and hotter sidewalks with a gen-
oral inoroaso of building is going
ii Inmr wnv towards creating "u
greater San Angolo."
Why not a free opon air band
concort in the eourt houso yard
about ono night out ot tho week
say Friday night?
Editor W. I. Waylund has
called a mooting of tho West
Toxas Association for San Angolo
on July 22nd and 2rd. Tho Bul-
letin will bo there to moot the
crowd and seo what is to bo dono.
Dally Tourist Sleepers.
To California also to St. Louis
without change via Tho Texas it
Paoilio railway. Ask any ticket
agent about this now sorvico or
writo 15. P. Tumor Gonoral
Passenger Agent Dullas Texas.
-For liro insurance see U. G.
Taylor. Ho represents tho Gor-
man Amorioan Now York lloynl
ot Livorpool and Sun of Amorica.
Tlioro is no bottor companies. 10-tf
-Everything in music at Allen's
Mrs. Tom Stono returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Thorpe of
Sherwood were here Friday.
-Good Alfalfa hay at Noeley
Cam Lawhon uf Paint Uock
was hero Thursday.
J. G. Murphy returned from
San Antonio Thursday.
J. S. Miles expert ombalnier
and funeral director. Phone i).
K. B. Baggett of Ozona was
here on business several days last
It. L. Powell wife and daugh-
ter wore in from their Sterling
county ranch Friday.
Remember we will pay you
the very highest cash price for your
hides and furs. H. H. Sigman &
Hal Brandt returned Thursday
from North Texas where he has
boon Bponding several weeks.
Mrs. W. D. Currier and little
children left Friday for a visit to
Brownwood for a few weeks.
Letter to J. Pindlater
Dear Sir: Tho Trustees of
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j'ttu jiuuiii4 jjiiir;an.in n j
wore glad to pay 15 cents a gallon
more for Devoe ; and no wonder.
Two other paint agents suid it
would take 150 gallons of their
paint to cover tho buildings.
Our agent put it at 125 or less.
It took 115.
Wo saved them 1J5 gallons of
paint and painting (worth $1 to
$5 a gallon as the painting costs
two or throe times us much as the
paint) less 15 cents a gallon on
115 gallons. Say $1-10.
That's how to count the cost of
paint. The cost of putting it on
is .fl to SI a gallon. You see
what that means. Go by Devoo.
F W Dkvok & Co
SJ5 Now York
Mrs. E. G Senterlitt who has
been visiting her daughter Mrs.
J. M. Skaggs loft Friday for her
homo in Lampasas.
Mrs. Joo Thorpe and daughter
Miss Gussie of Sherwood wore
hero last week visiting the family
of John Crumpp. Mrs. Thorpe
returned home Saturday but Miss
Gussio roinainod for a short
A GfiK.iT Matting Salk Is on
at Doughorty's furniture store.
5500 worth of now mattings at
greatly reduced prices ranging
from 25c up 25-tf
W. C. Johnson ha3 had a new
sidewalk built along his proporty
on Chadbourno street also a new
fence around tho whole-0'f tho
Miss Virginia Watson daugh-
ter of J. M. Watson of Arden
raturned Saturday from Marshall
whore she has been attending
school since tho opening of tho
term in September.
-"J have been troubled for some
time with indigestion and sour
stomach" says Mrs. Sarah W.
Curtis of Leo Mas3. "and have
been taking Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets which have
helped mo very much so that now
1 can eat many things that before
I could 1101." If you have any
troublo with your stomach why
not take these Tablets and get
well? For sale by the Contral
A. F. Hose moved Saturday
into tho pretty now eottugo re-
cently completed by contractor
Joe Chance for W. C. Johnson on
Chadbourno street. Its duplicato
which will bo occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. N. S. Hives is rapidly
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
Is ovorywhero recognized as tho
ono remedy that can always bo
dopendod upon and that is pleas-
ant to tako. It iB especially val-
uable for summer diarrhoea in
children and is undoubtedly tho
moans of saving tho lives of a
great many children each year.
For snlo by the Central Drugstore.
Miss Sullie Lovelace who has
boon attending the Girl's Indus-
trial school since last Soptomber
roturned homo Sunday.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of tho way
place remote from civilization a
family is often driven to despera
tion in case of accident resulting
in burns cuts wounds ulcers
etc. Lay in a supply of Bucklon's
Arnica Salve. It's tho bost on
onrth. 2oc at J. W. Harris' drug
W. O. Jones of Ohristoval
wont oast on business Friday.
Looks Like Hudspeth lias a Cinch
bonora Texas March 1901.
Hon. C. B. Hudspeth of Crockett
county having announced as u
candidate for re-election as re-
presentative wo the undorsigned
citizens of Sutton county" hereby
heartily endorse his candidacy for
the following among othor
Because after his election in
1002 he devoted his whole time
and attention to tho duties of his
Because he was woll qualified
to fill tho oflice boforo his elec-
ni id has since been made more
capable by his experience at tho
last sessmn of the Legislature.
Because during the session of
the 'J.Sth Legislature he constant-
ly endeavored to secure legislation
granting to assignees a preference
right in the purchase of four sec-
tions of State school land.
Because he rendered services
especially valuable to the people
of this district and preservative
of their interests in opposing tho
Bryan bill which sought to can-
cof and annull all leaseos solemn
contracts issued under tho hand
and seal of tho designated officer
of tho State and to throw all
unsold lands upon tho market
thus placing hona vwk lessees
upon a level with thoso who had
nothing at stake and throwing
them into an unequal conflict
with the many who would havo
infested our section for tho pur-
pose of securing lands as against
tlioso who had honestly acquired
and aro morally entitled to a pro-
forenco in the purchase of tho
Hume; and because tho final do-
feat of said measure was duo
largely to his efforts.
Because we feol that ho will
undor any and all circumstances
labor to the end that tho peoplo
of his district shall receive fair
and impartial treatment at the
hands of the lawmakers of tho
Because ho has beon a resident
of West Texas since ho attained
liiB majority is thoroughly in
sympathy with hor people and
knows their needs.
Because his record upon ques-
tions of vital importance to the
peoplo of this section entitles
him to a second term which is
duo as a matter of courso to ono
who has proven true to his
pledges and to tho interests of his
people) that ho might continue
the fight he has begun airainst the
ruthless trampling underfoot of
the rights of the peoplo of West
It. O. Dawson county judge L
J Wardlow county uttorney S II
Stokes county clerk J L Davis
sheriff and tax collector It W
Martin tax assessor I) H Bur-
roughs treasurer G W Stophen-
son Arthur Stuart J N Ross
Jno T Brown T J Stuart Louis
Boliur Louis Stuart J A Swear-
ingon Carl Gunzor August
Meckel B C Huggins Antonio
Gunzor. J O Kountreo J T Shur
ley F S Millard B M Halbort II
C Smith J W Smith W T 0
Ilolnian S G Tayloe E F Till-
man It Walter Davis James
Cornell W D Messday J II Mc-
Ceary M J McCoy J It Itobbins
M L" Wood I) B Cusenbary Lon
Gibson Geo E Wilcox John Mc-
Nicol II Marx Nath Davis J E
Grizzord. W 1) Thomuson II I.
Bridge Geo S Allison D J Wvatt
J A Barton .1 S Allison W I
Wallace I'll Hogors. I) D J C
Pionson Then Savoll Los L Car-
michael AC Frambmugh Harry
Day D F Patterson W F Holt
J j' North EF Vaudor Stuckon
Max Mayors W A Glasscock J E
Griminml Geo B Hamilton Jno
A Martin Will Whitohead Bob-
ort Anderson F M Jacobson
Dock Simmons J T Morris
Arthur Mills W L Aldwoll II B
Balch W B Keoseo II Thiors W
A Holland W C Bryson G W
Morris J A Hagorlund M O
Middlomiss Abo 'Mayor Sol
Mayor F W Turnoy Hruco
Drake OW Dronnan J II Bra
sher W II Porty W A Pullim
W F McGonagill Johnnio John-
son It E Glasscock T D Word
Clyde Windrow John Allium Sr
W Siiltomoyer II F Hill Mat
Karnes A F Bollows B F
Bellows J A Cope
YVo clip tho ubovo from tho
Devil's Hivor News. It goos to
show that tho pooplo of Sutton
county know a good thing when
they seo it All of tho reasons
they sot forth aro truo and will
remain true as long as the peoplo
of tho 102nd district seo fit to
elect Claud as their representa-
tive. Ho knows the wants of tho
pooplo he represents and wo can
vouch for him to give them his
bost efforts in securing what thoy
need and oven bottor results
might reasonably bo expected
from his second term than from
his first from the Bimplo fact that
ho was unacquainted
workings of the Legislature whon
he first went to represent us and
now that ho is "onto the ropes
he can bring greater influence to
boar for our benefit. It
Ills Last Hope Keallzcd.
f Krom tho Suntlncl. llolxj. Mont
In the first opening of Oklaho-
ma to settlors in 1S80 the editor
of this paper was among tho many
seekors after fortune who made
the big race ono fino day in April.
During his traveling about and
afterwards his camping upon his
claim he encountered much bad
water which together with tho
severe heat gave him a severe
diarrhoea which it seemed almost
impossible to check and along in
June the case became so bad ho
expected to die. One day ono of
his neighbors brouuht him one
small bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy us a last hope. A big
dose wus given him while he was
rolling about on the ground in
great agony and in a few minutes
the dose was repeated. The good
effect of the medicine was soon
noticed and within an hour the
pationt was taking his first sound
sleep for a fortnight. That one
littlo bottlo worked a complete
cure and ho cannot help but feol
grateful. Tho season for bowel
disordors being at hand suguestB
thifl item. For sule by the Con-
tral Drug Storo.
Locations In Texas anted.
Tho Frisco System Land and
Immigration Association is al-
ready turning its share of tho
southwestern tide of immigration
Three hundred and fifty agents
of this Association from tho East
and North have just completed a
tour of Texas and viowed its re-
sources and interviewed its land
owners and local Association
agents for tho solo purpose of
hotter presenting Texas oppor-
tunities to the homesoeker and
investor in tho older states.
This Association is the most
efficient of its kind in existence
and has agents ovorywhere in the
United States. If you wish to
sell your farm town or othor
property or if you desire capital
for factories mercantile estab-
lishments or any of tho indus-
tries pleaso address It. S. Lemon
Socrotary Immigration Bureau
Dopt. A. Frisco Building Saint
Louis Mo. S. A. HroiiKs
9-tf Gon'l Immigration Agt.
A UNIQUE RECORD
Not Another Like It In Our Broad
To givo positive home testimony
in every locality is of itself un-
answerable proof of merit ; but
when we add to this tho continued
endorsement of peoplo who testi-
fied years ago no evidence can bo
stronger. A Texas citizen grate-
fully acknowledges tho good re-
coived from Doan's Kidney Pills
and whon time has tested the euro
wo find the same hearty endorso-
mont with added enthusiasm and
continued praiso. Cases of this
kind are plentiful in the work of
Doan's Kidney Pills in Texas
and such a record is unique in the
annuls of medicine.
W. E. Davis carpenter and
builder living at '110 Soledad St.
San Antonio who endorsed Doan's
Kidney Pills by making a state-
ment for publication in May
1002 roitorates his statement in
even stronger terms as follows:
He says : "In the month of May
1902 I made a statement fori
publication concerning the bene-1
fits 1 had derived from the use ot
Doan's Kidney Pills. Since that
time I havo folt slight touches of
my old troublo but 1 found that a
few of Doan's Kidney Pills taken
in timo nover failed to ward off
tho attack. I have rocommonded
thorn to many different friends
and acquaintances and will con-
tinue to do so for thoy did a great
deal for mo. Before taking the
pills I could not stoop or straight-
on. If I attempted to pick up
anything from tho lloor I find to
bond my knees instead of my
back. If I took cold it settled in
my kidneys and the action of
those organs was badly disordered.
Tho lapso of timo since I made
my tormor statomont has sorvou
to provo that tho benefits derived
from tho treatment have been
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents per box. Foster-Milliiirn
Co. Buffalo N. Y. solo agents
for tho United States.
Remember the nunu' Doan's
and take no other.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought
The Parlor Saloon
Is again opened for business. Wc were
considerably damaged during the fire but
have stocked up with all that's best in
WINES LIQUORS BEER and CIGARS
and arc now ready to serve you in the
most approved style. C ? Agent for
I W Harper Whiskies the best to be
found. Will appreciate your patronage.
J. B. ALLEN
A good phico to miss the heat and hay fever.
Ideal summer resorts on Lake Superior are
easily reached by the
Chicago MiivValikee & St.PaU)
The Southwost Limitod from Grand Avenue
or Union Station Kansas City to Union Sta-
tion Chicago. Connections for all summer
resorts north and east. Descriptive booklots
sent for six cents postage.
M. F. SMITH. Com. Agt. G L. COBB SW Pass Agt
Slaughter Bldg. 907 Main Street
Dallas Kansas City
The Star Salooi)
Most Pleasant Place.
Best Brands of Goods
Most Reasonable Prices
SMITH & KEMF g
Successors to SMITH Si W1THKKS
i Al! Kinds of Hauling on Short Notice.
I Work dono In first-class style. Household Goods and
I Piano movlns; given personal attention. g
3 Satisfaction Guaranteed Phono 33
"Tell Press Readers that
they can buy the Best
Brands of Whiskeys at
very Low Prices for the
Next Thirty Day." & &
i Dunns Saddlery i
have just recoiyed a
g shipment of 9
S that are bounties. o
8 Cull and inspect g
g them. Thoy also g
jg carry everything in S
I Saddlery Harness Etc.
'Tisn't safe to bo a day without
Dr. Thomas' Elootrio Oil in the
house. Nover can toll what mo-
ment an acoidont ib going to hup-
pon. -Ileald lending jeweler.
Chas. W Zeijker
HE'S READY TO SHOW YOU h
Bought Sold I
2 DUtrlct Au'int for the UNDKU-
S VU( iD btaudard Typewriter
IMI'KUIAL brand of Kibuons
g and Carbons
$ Snn Angclo g
g TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
6 CLARENDON IONS Mtfr.
Only ono romody in tho world
that will at once stop itchiness of
tho skin in any part of tho body;
Doan's Ointment. At any drug
storo 50 cents.
-Music Books at AHoii'b.
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