The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THE PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS
"CiimiMutr ni I; ncr xie Krankhtn"
.in i.l.l (iirin.m pfn.irli whiih .iln liuliU ROOtl I
I litrt e. mum In illh in OL'R NLW
lift r. fur tin ti' r. no purer
motto is. "Not I. iv- iln-.ip.li
it the crv lit t M.ilf
ops in KPiiliiittMii w itlf.
linns in loiitiiittnn vkitlutlicptircv
id w.ilcr .ire uuil in th: rii.imil.iiryf?yf same.l It rt
.ip.ti) in Med r.ii.iniclri'l CJl.iss junk m a sterilized
iiltnospliLfc. tlii-jiLei i.fnoiKin'd the lions .1 tqwc)
consuait'iitly .1 m-jltli)toiyot1.r.
We do not .isk sntUiirinUmir lx.er on account fifcrt;
but lay Mri-wfijul'tjic l.ict
1 Have A Prink
S "What will you have?"
I "I'll take ' some ESSEX
1 PYE or HAZEL BROOK
g cither will do mc they
3 arc both fine. Try some
2 fellows i and you will
Ej never take uny other
3 brand. It makes a man
5 of you and is strengthen
Ej ing too.
so Don't Foroet
I WHEN YOU !WVE THAT
I TIRED FEELING
To Take a Bracer at
UUBII!I WB Bll HIB Bia.B)BMaWilBI
Mrs. .1 . .). CreiiHhaw and daugbt-
it. Miss Maugiii Wnlters are vih-
iting relatives in Sun Antonio
ami Comfort .
H Lily IlltJUUIWV HIUH liy II IIIU I" vvimmun rmm
n i IH
y San Antonio Brewing Association
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1 " i
Sail Angilo 'IVxns
CAPITAL SURPLUS AND PROFITS S350.000.
GEO. E. WEBB President. WM. S. KELLY V-Presicient.
C H POWELL Cashier.
All Classes of Accounts Solicited.
Ill l II B Will Mil1 I '
of a woman's life Is the name often civen to the 'haive
of life." Your menses come at longer inU-rvals and gi.
scantier until they slo. Some woiik-h stop suddenly. 'I la-
entire change lasts three or four yuus and is the cau. of
much pain and discomfort which can however be nucd
Woman's Refuge in Distress.
It quicldy relieves the pain nervousness irritability
miserableness forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and
cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc. Cardui will
bring you safely through this "dodging period" and
build up your strength for the rest of your life. Try it.
At all druggists in ?i.oo bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
Put nfilili) nil tlmtility nt il wrltu in
IrcclynnU Irnnkli in -n i.t-t cmift-
dence ti'lluiK '" "" ""r nil';'""
mill troulilin. Won ill mmu! fn c lulvicn
(In iilnln hcali'il niMii i" limv to
curollii-in. AildriBHil.uH ' Advmnry
Dent. Tlir f'l .U'niin a N i UcIiil I o.
liter brcucilpt'anil nun
il h'v tuoilji mdiliints
. r - iir ii .
i "Home" industry alone
tlut wc luvc abyau.te.ly a
It. F. and 1). It. Haibert. of
Sonora worn in tiie city Friday
am! Saturday on buxiness
Mrs iN O. Batliir. of Sterling
City was a visitor in the city lust.
W. IJ. Walker of Water Valley
wub a bimiiieHs visitor in Sun Au-
gelo last week.
Mrs. II. Itobmsou oi' ICIdorado
was a visitor m thu city several
days liiHt week.
Mrs. Kcuting is visiting rela
tives in San Antonio during the
Mrs. II. Kiclinrdson of Kldo-
rndo was a sisitor in tho city
W. It. Boykin of Miles paid a
short hiihiiicHU vn.it to Sun An-
Hector McKonzio was in the
city from his ranch Friday and
B. F. Kxtoiii returned last week
from an extei dd visit in North
'I'exas points. Mr. lOxtoin visited
the Dalbth Fair and his brotlers
S. A. Kendig the gonial travel-
ing patHi'iiger agent of tho Santa
Fe was mi San Angelo Thun-day
and Friday arranging for the ex-
cursion trips to the Sail Antonio
-I. vnn Bros. Sells new and se-
cond hand furniture. See them
before buying. They also haven
a first class moshanic and do all
kinds of repair work at reasonable
it... ............. 1 1 M
1HL lNITCD ST A 1 1 S
viBi. jrr :'
"EVERYTHING BUT DEAT'I
I mlltrfd" nrlUs Virginia ltul m
rf KaMon Mil. "until 1 took Cu m.
wbli'h cured moBo quickly Itbiiirri'd
ray doctor who didn't know I u-
taking It. I ivluli I liad known ot
n w u i
o n B 1 1
Cardui tiulkr In lite
Buenn Vista Items.
Alitor of Tio tf csm.
I Cotton picking sooniB to bo the
order of tho day but tlio farmers
don't Boom nnxiouB to tnko 9!
contB for thoir cotton as they are
not rushing it on tho market us
fust iiB when it wub going ut
M. D. Houoll. of tho
Vista settlement hits Bold his
plare uml moved to town hater
I..... 1 I. ii i.ff.n int M.iroil
In will ino-.'ui his nlaco in Stor-
Mr. Scott who has bought Mr.
Howell's cotton crop atul has I
.oved into the Howell house
Messrs. Loo Jesse and Frank
() runes were visitors on tho Flat
last week. J.oe and Frank returned
to their home neur Bronto Thurs-
day Jesse remained on tho Flat
visiting old friends.
CIiub. Hasty is sick with ty-
Little Fern McDonald of Wall
is quite ill with fever.
Miss Sarah Blanton onVortained
a number of her voting friends
Friday evening. ICvoryono en-
Art Cain and Hardy Oattis at-
tended prayer mooting ut Lipan.
Tho young people enjoyed a
singing at tho homo of Adolph
Butts Sunday evening.
Wishing success to Tho Press
and itH many readers I am
Tho San Angolo BtiBinoss Men's j
Club will tnako an oftort to have
the government make u soil sur-
vey of tho Country and thoy could
not do a better thing for tho ag-
ricultural intorests of tho coun-
try. Sciontilic fanning is mtrisly
commou-siiiso funning and it
helps any farmer or community
of limners who will udopt it.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Seitz of
Ozona were in the city soveral
duys last week.
Letter to t.. P. llciulor.
Dear Sir: A pound of good meat
and no bone is worth moro than
a half-pound of meat and a half-
pound of bone; but there aro as
yju say a grout ninny people who
won't pay more than u certain
price by tho pound. Give 'em
bono; that's right; give 'em
plenty of bono I
There aro people who won't pay
more than .fl.oO a gallon for
paint: give 'em bone!
There's no hotter school than
experience; cost is high; but the!
lesion H nivnr forgotten.
Let a man paint two houses
alike sanio size; ouo Devon the
other that $1 f)U paint. Ho buys
10 gullons of each and pays fit
a dav for labor .!l a day is .f! a
gallon easier reckoning.
lie has to buy two gallons more
of the $l.f)0 paint; and lias two
gallons left of Devoe; 1 gallons
1 .r(). Sl.S; b gallons .1.75 M;
.fl morn lor "cheap" paint.
He pays !! a gallon for paint-
ing: S gallons Si' I ; IL' gallon f!!(i;
? 1 more for painting "cheap"
IIo'll buy the les-gallons puim.
after that. If people aro slow to
learn it's because they keep-on
li uy i n g bone-moat. Give 'em
plenty of bone.
F. W. Dnvoi: it Co.
1 1 Now Ysrk.
P. S. B. 1. Hail & Co. soil
The Arc Light
The Warmest Place in
A Resort For Gen-
( V J&rBmmmwBM Jmmmmmm
;T. Hr McCloske1'
25 Sections of land in Roagan
county from to 10 miles north
of Stiles tlio county Boat of Ben-
gan county. A very large per
.cent of Hub is good farming land.
Wnter is to bir hud it a renson-
d Wj h .
ns " wlloIJ or ''-v """tions. or in
quantities to unit. I ho iir're and ;
terms wry reasonable fl )0 per
imro one-fifth cash balance live
100 Lots In Most Dcsirablfi
part of the city of San Angelo.
Thesi! lots are located in Marx
and Blum additions to San An-
gelo tho most beautiful location
for desirable silos for homes in
tho city; short distance from
Santa Fo depot; good soil and
pure water vory shallow. No
CHAS. A DAILEY REAL ESTATE AGENT
Houghton Block Chacdbourne Street.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK
OF SfNNGELO TEXfS
CAPITAL SURPLUS AND PROFITS S130000.00 .
Fayette Tankersly President. J. Willis Johnson V-President
A. B. Sherwood Cashier.
Official Depository of Tom Green
County and of the City of San Angelo.
WB SOLIGIT YOUR fGGOUNT
We have secured the ngenej for
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new
laxative that makes the liver lively
nurillci the breath cures headache
and regulates the digestive organs.
about It. u ntral Drutf Store.
.iiiui unions ui.ii-i..ii iu.. '?.".
A Newspaper Dcnilbeat.
An exchange very truly says:
"When I first went into the news-
paper business and u fellow put
his paper buck in the postoflico
marked 'refused' 1 felt all broke
up but I got so that I liked it be-!
cause nine times out of ten ho is;
a deudbeat and when yousilropj
In tn you give place for a good
mail. A man who is a gentleman
has a right to quit a paper when
he pleases but if he is a gentle-
man he vil! pay up when ho quits
and if ho is i.ot a gentleman tho
sooner tho paper finds it out tho
better it. is. I had rather have
good and decent men on the sub-
scription list than scabs and
doadbeats." That's tho way most
newspaper men feel about it es
jioeially if they have been in har-
ness for any length ot time.
1). B. Cusenbary and family
Irotn the btinorii country were
l'. .. A ......I.. o....r.....
ou anui'iu ni:t'ini
davs last week
Pine and Cypress
ShinglcSi Sash Doors
The Famous Harrison
Town and Country Paint
BERRY BROS. Varnishes'
Sec us and get a squat c
Grant Lumber E.
Yards Near Court House
SAN ANGELO. TEXAS
arf t'W VF 1 "ftk T """X"""". V TTTTiflO Cures Backache
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can-do more.
Central Drugf Store.
moro desirable part of San Angelo.
In fnct tho conditions nro such
that this property tins for advau -
tnges for desirable homos and for
investment purposes few if any
equals and no Biiporior in San
Angola. Will Bell theso lots on
such torms as will suit tho buyer
and at very reasonable prions
f)40 acres in Lipan Flats to be
sold in 100 acre tracts upon such!
terms ns w ill Btiit the buvor. ntid
t the very reaHonablo prico of
?12.50 per acre. Every foot of
this laud & good farming lund.
j Located on a public road and
I neur a good school
2100 acres in solid body 10
I miles from Sun Angelo. 80 per
.cent of this land is good farming
j land; 500 acres in cultivation; li
. This Is Not a Potent Medicine Ail
San Angolo has a regular Bicy-
cle doctor located next door to
tho North end of the Oakes Btreet
lirllllf ti.1 i .....i
'"vn n i in is i u u4
simple and scien
tific methods used to bring sure
and permanent relief. If any-
thing gets tho mnttor with your
bicycle take it to tho only exclu-
sive biko doctor in tho city.
Bring your liideB to Noeley Bros.
Santn Fe Special Kates.
Klt.N AND WKHIKIIX POINTS.
October and Novembor ono and
one-third faro for round trip.
Dates of buIo Oct. 9 and 213 nud
Nov. Ill and 27 limit. All tickets
limited thirty days from date of
TKXAS .STATU I'AIU ANiJ DALLAS KX-
POSITION. Dallas Texas Oct. 18 to 28 in-
clusive. Class "A" Hates:
Bute SO. 70 for tho round trip.
Date ot sale Oct. 12 to Oct. 27 lii-
i elusive limit. Limit all tickets
t0 Oct. 20 for final return. Chil-
(Iron one-half of adult rate.
Class "D" Bate:
Hate .1il 0.") for round trip. Dato
of sale Oct. '20 only limit. Limit
all tickets Oct. 22 for final return.
i Xo reduction for children in Class
AMKItif AN MININli CONCillK-S
Denver Colo. Oct
10 to 19.
Rate 1110.25 for round trip. Dato
of salo Oct. lii to 1(5 inclusive
limit. Final limit Nov. 2.
IT. WOltTII KAIIl .VNI) HACKS.
Ft. Worth Texas Oct. 8 to 12.
Hate $S.o0 for round trip. Dato
of salo Oct. 7 to 12 inclusive
limit. All tickets limited to Oct.
11 for final return. Children one-
half of adult rate.
iioMK visrroith kxcuhmon to kast-
Oct. 19 1000. Bate one and
olio-third faro for tho round trip.
Dato of sale Oct. 19 only. Limit
all tickets to thirty days from
dato of salo.
HOMK COMI.NO WKKK OF ALAI1AMIANS
Birmingham Ala. Oct. 15 to
20. Bate $20.75 for the round
trip. Date of sale Oct. Ill M and
15. Limit. All tickots limited
continuous passage wiuh final
limit 80 days from date of sale.
I good hotiBGs 8 wells and windmills
100 acres undor irrigation und 75
imore that is irrigable. The South
'Concho rutiq on tho west side of
this laud and another stream of
lasting water runs through it.'
Plenty of wood Will sell all to-
gethor or in small tracts.
12.50 por aero on easy terms.
This tract is in the famous l.ipiiu
Huts and iB good funning land.
Several Desirable Residences
for sale in the city of Sun Angelo
at such prices as will pay well to
Always Have. Good Bargains
For Sale A long expororinco in
the real oBtuto business in this
section onablfB me to point out
pomcthiiig good to parties want-
ing to invest either in lands or
NOHTIIWKST TKXA8 OONKKIIKNOE M.
K. OHUItUlI SOUTH.
Brown wood TJjxus Nov. 14-21
1000. $8 00 for tho round trip.
Date of Bale Nov. 12 and 1)5. Lim-
it. All tickota limited to Nov. 22
1000 for final return .
Children ratos. Between 6 and
12 yoarB of age ouo-half of adult
rate . v
Brown wood Oct. SO to Nor. :j
1000. Rate $8 00 for tho round
trip. Dnte of sale Oct. 80 fc
Nov. 8 inclusive Limit. All
tickets limited to Nov. 4 for final
CR.EAM OF WHEAT
C t? -J fj&l sgr
S- --eS. SI.' .
IS ON TOP AND
is going to stay there. Lis purity
alone is a gieat recommendation.
It is one of tho things we pridn
ourselves upon that no superior
Hour can lie found in any store
anywhere. Kvory home should
have a barrel of it because good
pure nutritious bread and biscuit
would be thus iiosured. Children
wax fat and strong when fed oa
bread inado from this Hour. Try
it once and you'll always use it.
Phone 77 '
White Grocery Co
Bert Coch sold his stock cows
to Capt. Broomo this week.
J. IL Phelps sold his steers
200 head to Capt. V L Broome
Bruco Drako bought 190 cows
frcm K. B. Baggett .1. B Brooks
'and John Builoy. He sold them
on tlio l' t wortn market at an
average ol fs Uo. iMtty-two ot
the cows weighed S50 pounds
average; 101 weighed an aveiago
of 750 pounds and ijo uad an
avoirdupois of 0S7 p o u n d s.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. WyliP of
Ballingor visited Messrs. C. H.
D. K. and .Towel Wylie of San
Sells More of Chamberlain's CougfvRem"
edy Thau of AM Others Put Together
Mr. Tho.. (ipui'jfo a inorditint of
Mt. Klgln Ontorlo itiji: "I have had
the local agenc for t'liaiiihei'lain's
CoiikIi Remedy ever since It was in-
troduced into Canada and I ell as
much of It ii!) I do of all other lines
I have on inj shelve.- put touctlidr. Of
tho ninny doens sold under guaran-
tee 1 have not had one buttle re.
turned. I can pei'iuiiaBy recommend
thU medicine its I haVe used it my-
self and ;'! ven it to my children and
always with the host rcitiHi." For sale
by all druggists. Nov
Do not risk having
- Jv it t7
f" mi- 'sts rim- m
t. --' w :r.
to- W& jiiMii4tt4Mim'fliJi
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Lorance, R. W. The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906, newspaper, November 8, 1906; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth116164/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .