The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 30, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 30 1905
THE SAN ANGELO PRESS.
A Weekly News Paper nf nnl (iir n Kri'nlor
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SAN ANGELO TEX. MLH. 30 IU05.
Cnrnlvnl or No Carnival.
Tho importunt (itii'Htioii up to
tho luiflinoBS moil of Sun Atigolo
moiiT .now is : "Sliull wo havo a
carnival tins full or hIiiiII wu not?
Tho 1'roHH uurueatiy liopim that
tho hiiHinosH mi'ii will aimwcr
"wo hIiiiII." Tho (IiomIiuii is
dourly tip to thorn. Tho aiiHwor
is altogotlior of thcnr making.
Tho ruaHoiifl thorofor urn plain.
For livo yt'iiru a numlior of pooplo
including riiiicliinuii Hlntepnion
furinorH and a miiiiII proportion of
inorchants luivo conducted tho
Han Angolo Kail oarnivul TIicho
sumo ranchmon Hhoopinon and
fanners who l.avo talcon tho mi-
tiativo in tlii.s inovoniunt oaoh
yoar horotoforo uro not going to
load tho movoniont a Hixth timo.
Thov sav tliat tho husinuHH mon
uro honofitod to u groator degree
tliiui any other oIush and coiiho-
(liiontly miiHt tako hold if thoy
want a carnival.
This their viow has lioon pro-
Bontod to tho pooplo of Ban An-
golo in previous issuoH. TIicho
mon fool that it is thoir timo to
rest and watch tho othor CoIIow'h
work. Tho Press can not say it
believes thoin wrong.
Tho quoHtion being with tho
merchants tho answor can ho fore-
told. San Angolo htisinoHH inter-
ests) can not iifl'orri to not have a
carnival this fall. Such an event
is of too vast importance to do
without it. Therefore ImsineHH
men will say let's have it.
Now a word to tho inorchants.
Do not put oil' getting your oigun-
izntion perfected. You ought to
profit by tho experience of former
years. July or August is too Into
to begin. May or .luiie is late
enough. April is a bettor time.
Lot some man or company of mon
tako tho initiative and call n
mass meeting of the citizens to
considor tho question Let this
bo dono at onco and lot's all got
to work to make tho Sun Angolo
carnival fall of 1005 the most
successful ono over hold Who
will bo tho loader?
Angolo want tho dipping vat and
want it badly. Tho Santa Vo and
tho IT. S. Government will co-
operate. Tlisrc is no reason why
San Angolo should defer tin- mut-
ter longer. Lot it be dono now.
The Dipping Vat.
Notwithstanding the fnot that
ono hears vory little concerning
tho proposed dipping vat work is
boing dono by tho Business Club
committee and only the absonco
of positive accomplishments has
provontod an announcement of
tho results. Messrs. Matcalfo
Harris and Murrnh compose tho
committee uppomted by tho
lSusincss Ulub and thoy have been
working on tho proposition con-
tinuously sinco thoir appoint
Tho modification of tho Okla-
homa quarantine regulation to
tho oxtent that cuttlo can bo
dipped in Oklahoma before enter-
ing quarantined territory has re-
liovod tho urgent necessity of es-
tablishing a vat horo which noces-
sity oxistod before those modifica-
tions wore mudo. For this roa-
son tho matter may bo tempora-
A dipping vat in Sun Angolo
would undoubtedly bu a paying
proposition both for tho pronat-
ors tho railroad and tho business
interests of tho city. Tho pro-
moters would sharo in tho profits
cattle would bo brought horo for
dipping from many counties in
ovory diroction. Tho Santa Ko
would got tho long hauls and got
business which is now going to
tho Frisco and the Toxas Pacific
moro pooplo would bo coming
with tho cuttlo as a niattor of
course a market would bo estab-
lished monoy would chnngo
hands in San Angolo instoad of
Ft. Worth and San Angolo Inisi-
coss intorosts would bo profitod.
Siuoly thon tho pooplo of San
7 lie Increased Cost of Poods.
t'eniHiMi't MiiKiuinc (or April
Most exasperating of all in the
increased cost of living is the in-
crease in the cost of food. When
it is considered that the average
American family whose income
(Iooh not exceed $1200 spends (as
has been ascertained by govern-
ment investigators) nearly -lo per
cent of liW entire income on food
it is easily seen how great a differ-
ence is made by ri-e in prices of
ten to twenty-five cents on ovory
dollar's worth of edible supplies
covering moats vegetables and
practically all other eatables.
As compared with tho uvorago
prices governing during tho pe-
riod from 1800 to 1000 it is reck-
oned by tho United States I'ttroiiti
of Labor that hams and salt
beef have gone up 12 nor cent.
salt pork and bacon J2 per cent.
lard !."; per cent fresh vegotables
1!! per cent. corn-meal 10 per
cent. crackers 10 per cent. New
Orleans molasses 20 per cent.
hauiis ill per cent. herrings HI
per cent. salt 21 per cent. popper
72 per cent. and currants 121 per
cent. I heso aro only u fow il-
Poor Mrs. Honed ict when sho
goes to market finds that her
housekeeping monoy doos not go
far. Sho does hor best pricing
various articles from stall to stall
and buying each thing whoro it
is cheapest or ono should rather
say least dear but tho rosult is
vory discouraging. Less beef
than is really wanted and infer-
ior outs of that must bo made to
do. As for fresh vegotables they
are likely to be so high us to be
impossible. Kggs luivo climbed
noarly 110 por cent. and tho best
ones which nro the only kind
worth buying come at 28 cents u
doen in summer whorcus half-u-doicu
years ugo thoy could have
been purchased for twenty-one or
twcnty-twD cents Sometimes
indeed they went lower but wo
are speaking here of avorugo
In those happy days choice
"chuck" roust could bo" hud for
six cents a pound ; now it costs
'.) cents. Prinio rib roust of beof
was fifteen and a half cents; now
it is seventeen and a halt. Soup
meat cume at eight and n half
conts; now it is eleven cents.
PortorhoiiBO steak was twenty-ono
conts; now it is twonty-fivo. Sir
loin steak was sevonteon conts;
now it is twonty. Round stoak
was sixtoon conts; now it is eigh-
teen Mainwhilo chickens havo
gone upononnously. Fowls that
used to cost twolvo conts u pound
aro now oighteon cents while
roasting chickons huvo ascended
from twenty conts to twonty-fivo.
Turkeys aro no longer for poor
folks ovon at Thanksgiving and
No wonder that Mrs. Uenodict
(iiulB that hor market monoy runs
short. If sho would havo a do-
cont quality of buttor on hor ta-
blo sho must pay HO conts a
pound for it whoroas only four or
five years ago it could bo had for
twonty-four conts. Tho chooso
that used to cost fifteen conts now
comes at eighteen. Molasses is
sixty cents a gallon instead of
forty-eight.; milk is eight cents a
quart instead of seven; lard is
thirteon cents a pound instoad of
nino and when it comes to fish
tho rise is proportionate Cod
steak for instunce has climed
from fifteen to oightoon conts a
pound. Bread luckily still ro-
muiiis ut flvo conts a pound loaf
in most places.
Mrs Benedict's marketing ac-
count only tho other day showed
that potatoes cost hor twonty-fivo
conts a peck whoro as tho prico
flvo of six yoars ago was only
oightoon conts. But. of courso
ono can't get along without pota-
toes. Kioo is an economical veg-
etable but it has gono up a cont
and a half a pound incidentally
to tho gonorul Hbo in tho necessa-
ries of life. Sho buys u good
deal of pork bocauso it is cheap-
er than other kinds of moat; but
tho fact is that it is pretty nearly
as dear us boof used to bo chopB
having gono up from eleven to
fifteen conts nud ronst pork in
nonrly as groat a proportion.
Hams that woro formorly twolvo
conts a pound uro now Bixtoon
conts. Most kinds of grocorios
happily do not soom to havo in-
creased much in prico but it is
cortainly truo that tho quality
of teu which brought forty conts
a pound m tho ninoties fotches
fifty cents today.
-Upholstoring of all kinds nnd
furnituro ropuirod at S. A. Mat-
tross factory. 'Phono 202.
Hev. I). M. West was in the
city from Sh'Twood last week wi
Mrs West who went to Colomi
to visit hor parents.
-I'resh vegetables received every
other day. All fruits in souson
George Bennott 'Phono -110. 10 M
Mrs. D. '. Cobb who hns been
in San Angolo for throo weoks
visiting her brother Will Uainoy
returned Saturday to her homo l
-Tho best 5c oiiar in town at
Jones & Davis'. 151-tf
AugUBt BalfutiK P. K. Dooloy
and Geo. Bond rotumed Saturday
from u short business visit to
Dulltis. Thoy attended tho Ft
Worth convention whilo nwny.
-Pigs foet tripo chitterlings
bruins oysters fish beof pork
mutton vcnl boiled hums pure
kettle rendered hog lard at 12 Jc
por pound ut Iloitzlor s. tf
John Gibson of Wimuonor I.
T. htiH boon in tho San Angelo
country for sovoral days looking
lor cattle to buy but loft limt week
saying that he had bought none.
No says San Angelo stockmen
want too much for their cuttle.
-Let Broomo it Furr look ufter
your fire insurance. Thoy repre-
sent the best of conipunioB and
their Mr Kirkpatrick gives his
entire timo to that line of thoir
Mrs. S A. Conorly of JofTorsou
Toxas mother of Dr. T. W.
Conorly loft for hor homo lust
wookaftera visit to hor son and
family Mrs. J. P. Rand accom-
panied her as far as Kilduir. Mrs.
Kund has been visiting her sou
-SOltEEN DOORS: All kind
and stylos. SCREEN WIRE and
FIXTURES. GRANT LUMBER
Will II. Mayes editor of tho
Brownwood Bulletin was in tho
city Thursday and Friday con-
ferring with the Business Club
committee relative t tho pro-
posed visit of the Toxas Press
Association on May UJth. Mr.
Mayes returned to Brownwood
-One insurance policy is as good
as another till you havo a loss.
Thon you want u good ono tho
way the cowboy wanted Ii is pistol
only moro so. Penrose N. Ions
hus made insurance a specialty
for twenty yoars.
Messrs. Bishop Upton and
Thomson who wont to Waco to
work for tho noxt bi-annual tri-
state meeting of tho Woodinon of
tne world when they saw that
thoro woro nearly 5000 visitors in
tho city decided that San Ai'golo
could not ofi'or BufTiciont accomo-
dations for such a vast crowd and
consequently yiolded San An-
gela's claims in favor of Dallas.
Waco had but ono building largo
onoiigh to accomodate tho meet-
ing tho Baptist Tabernacle.
IT'S ALWAYS BAD.
Wood! Woodl Woodl
Try tho Concho Wood Yard
for the best wood all longths.
Phono No. .120. D. P. Gilstrap
Fish polos of all kinds at Hag-
olstoin's. Allen Nowsoino came in from
tho ranch noar Water Valley
-Farming i in p 1 o in o n t s at
John S. Noll woll known in
San Angolo. nrrivod Thursday
from Reading Pa .
-Fishing tucklo of all kinds at
J. S. Todd who owiib a big
ranch west of Ozona arrived
Thursday from Muskogoo I. T.
-Minnow buckots and soinos at
W. F. Coates of Orockott coun-
ty was in San Angolo last week
Garden rakes hoes forks and
shovols at Hagolstoin's.
Then Bjorkinan of Ozona was
in town sovoral days last weok.
-Faster ogg caudios and novel-
ties at Jones it Davis.' llj-tf
T. Middloton and family ro-
turnod Thursday from Ft. Worth
whoro thoy attoudod tho cattlo-
-Handsome bods choap Dough-
erty's 11 tf.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Iloovor of
Paris Toxas aro in tho city for
tho bonofit of Mrs. Hoover's
health. Mr. Iloovor contem-
J. S. Milos oxport ombulmor
and funoral director. Phono 0.
SOREEN DOORS: All kind
and styles. SOREEN WIRE and
FIXTURES. GRANT LUMBER
The But of Backs arc Bad When They
Ache and Texas People Know It.
A bad back Is always had
Had at night when bedtlmo conies.
Just as bad in the morning.
Kvur try Doan's Kldnoy Pills for It?
Know they cure backache cure
every kidney 111?
If you don't somo people do.
Bead a caso of it:
Mrs. A. Handorion of Galveston
Island says: "I had kidney com-
plaint oil and on for ncarl three
years and it could only at times bo
ilosui'lbi'd as excruciating torturo. To
stoop or raise after stooping hurt
severely and I could scarcely refrain
from yelling. It v us hard for mo to
go up or down stairs or even to lift a
light bucket of water. I was alwas
worio in damp and wot weather or if I
caught cold. I wore mustard plasters
and tried home remedies hut never
found anything to give pormanent re-
lief until I got Ooun's Kidney Pills.
I felt their direct elTect on my kldnejs
the very llrst night and in less than a
week's time tlm pain In my back dis-
appeared. A friend of mine was also
henelltcd by using Doun's Kidney
Pills I never mot with such a
prompt reliable and ulTectlvo remedy.
For sale by all dealers. Price .()
cents. Poster-MUIium Co. Ilutl'alo
Now York sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan'.s and
take no other.
Mrs. E. A. Malsch and two
(hililren of Victoria iirrivnd in
tho city Friduy on u visit to thoir
cousin Dr. V. B. Magruder and
familv. Mrp. MuUch comes to
San Angelo on a visit and to try
tne uenelits oi this climuto on
bur two (hililren who lnivrt Iihbii
sick for severnl weeks with
inuluriu. Ihny are accompanied
by a nurse
A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election
to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
"I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend' Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for allectlons of tho throat
and hint's" mis Hon. John Shenick.
J:!0 Ho. l'eoria St. ( 'hlcujjo. "Two
years ago ilnriny a political cam-
paign 1 caught cold after being over-
heated which Irritated my throat and
I was finally enamelled to stop as I
could not sneak aloud in mv extio-
inlty a friend advised me to use
Chamberlain's CoukIi Remedy. I took
two doses that afternoon und could
not believe my senses when I found
the next morning the inllnmmatlon
hud lariroly subsided. I took several
doses that day kept rl'lit on talking
through the campaign and I thank
this medicine that I won my seat In
the Council." This remedy is for
Dr. E. A.Ellison and wife who
have been in San Angelo through
the winter loft for Miles Friday.
Gives Health Vigor and Tone.
Horblno Is a boon for sufferer from
aneumia. By Its iiso tho blood is
(pilckly regenerated and tho color bo-
conies normal. Tho drooping strength
Is revived. The languor Is dimin-
ished. Health vigor and tone pro-
dominate. New life and happv activ-
ity results. Mrs. Belle II. Shrlel
MIddlesborough 111. writes "I huvo
been troubled with liver complaint
and poor blood and havo found noth-
ing to benellt mo like Horblno. I hope
never to ho without It. I havo wished
that I hud known of It In my hus-
band's life time." 50c. Centra! Drug
Mrs. Jennie Bossett will return
this weok to her home in Taylor.
The Colonel's Waterloo
Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey
Grove Toxas nearly met his Water-
loo from Liver and Kidney trouble.
In a recent letter ho says: "I was
nearly dead of theso complaints and
although I tried my family doctor ho
did mo no good; so I got a 50o bottlo
of your great Electric Hitters which
cured me. I consider them tho host
medicine on earth and tliunk God
who gavo you tho knowledgo to make
them." Sold and guaranteed to euro
Urspopslu Bllllousiiess and Kidney
Disease by Central Drug Store at
")0e a bottle.
Mrs. Chaudoin and Miss Bessie
Olive went to Ballinger .Friday
on a short visit.
The Best Cough Syrup.
S. 1). Apple ex-probate judge
Ottawa Co. Kansas writes: "This
is to .say that I huvo used Ballard's
Iloreliouml Syrup for years and thut
I do not hesltato to recommend it as
tho best cough syrup I have ever
used." lioc oOo und $1. Sold bv
Central Drug Store.
Joo Rogers the only genuine
loft Friday tor a tour of the utii-
vorse. IIib destination is Sierra-
villo California and Joe says his
object nn ol dorado.
Mrs. B. W. Kvuns Cloarwatcr
Kan. writes My husband lay sick
for threo months. The ilnctmw snlil
ho hud cpilck consumption. Wo pro-
cured a bottlo of Ballard's Horo-
nounu syrup and it cured him. That
was six years ago and since then wo
havo always kopt a bottlo In tho
house. We eimiuit wltlinm. It T.v.i
coughs and colds it hus no equal. 'Joe
owu mm Ti.uu !30hi ty i entrui Urug
II. D. Lell'el has recontly ro-
coiyod u lottor from a vory talont-
od musician and band director in
Canada who would liko to eomn to
San Angelo and instruct a band.
Bring us your hides and furs.
H. H. Sigman & Co.
-Seed oats at Nooley Bros.
-Fever gallons; wears longer;
fJZL '' W taP VtaPJLdf JL M
'MAKES 'LIFE'S WALK EASY
To the man who stands all da.y at his business
(he Crosselt Shoe Is indispensable for the com
fort that's in It. Crossett style ornd stubborn
endurance keep pa.ee with Crossed comfort.
LEWIS At CROSSETT Inc.
(Will Abliijlon .Mux
Winkler (SL Hudson Co.
Sole Sblti Angelo Selling Agents
The Slap Saiooi)
Most Pleasant Place
Best Brands of Goods
Most Reasonable Prices
Chas. W- Zenker
1 The Landon Hotel
Finest Hotel Building in the West S
Large Rooms Modern Service.
2 Best Accommodations fi
I J C Landon Proprietor
iWf C. C NGELEV
(Successors to JacKson & Neslsy Bros)
Corner West of Landon Hotel Site.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
jg Grain and all Kinds of Feedstuffs g
wmv duv n'aes rurs recaQS ttc.
fk L ffi ' ."ffi'11 '
T hero's no uso putting
the word 'Superiorly '
on tho goods that come
from mv saloon. It's
PLANTER'S PRIDE gb
nniwt (lb VOtOV pel
gallon Is nij leading
jH The Arc Light Corner &
ffl T. H. McCLOSKEY Proprietor. fcS
THE FINEST LINE OF
IMPORTED WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS
I Lumber! Lumber! Lumbal
2 At Hard Time Prices
(fc Figure with Us Before Jjj
g Yoi Buy V V v " ili
(V L. L. KUHNL Manager. h
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Mv 4k ftfc- te Vto Mw 4r aflM m i R fi 0 i0 Mi- v 4 M aM
. Hail & Company
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