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It creates circulation and make you fool young
again. It's good any way; either stralghl, toddy
or high bull. The best over llowed from a Mill.
S0LD 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER,
By the drink, bottle or jug. The pri e is reason
aula, Polite attention und fair treatment to all
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You Can Gel tx Teum L-lk.e thts at the
buck Front Livenrand Feed stable.
San flmielo. Texas. J. w. ELLIS. Proprlotor.
&. I oiti flRent for
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and Port Worth Keg
Handle Soda Wntci nutl Cider. J
Bent in tho Market. I
' LAND AGENCY.
tP Established 1835,
Ranches und Lands for sale, in large and tumuli
W bodies, at low pi ices and ujon rniM 1 nblctri ms.
g Chas.A. Deiiley. g
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First and Last
inuuujy Duouruiiu ru.stiri in oun stimuli).
Ice Cold Beer, Ale, Soda Pop' and dears.
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A nice place to drink, talk
COME TO SEE ME.
West of new bridge TOL. H. DAWSON.
5, on Beauregard. Av.e.
I from a
Sonoro and San Angelo
MAIL EXPRESS R PASSENGER LINE
Single, Trip -4.00.
TIckctb for Bftlout J, W. Keeneb, Sonoru; CVntrul'Drug Stow, Angela
i Stage loaves Sonoru l a, in., arrives at San Angolo 3 p. in. Leaven
San Angolo 7 a. in., arrives at Sonora 0 n. m. Stairo makes ihrouuh
trips ovcry day, Sunday excepted. Good, Past Tcnins, Comfortable !
TOM and WILL SAVELL, Props, fi
and Bottle Beer.
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Olvo Mo o Trial Order
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and havo your fun. 5
Pure Juices from' Natural Roots.
REGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood,
CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation.
Yeak Stomach and lmn?5rsu Digestion.
Everr Bottle Guarameeti to lint oallslactlos.
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"MES F. BALLARD, St. Louli, Mo
Remarkable Development of
Washington, Nov. 2 i.Tho
fifth aunnul report of the secre
tary of agriculture is conuidor
ubly larger than in former j ears,
reuecung thorobv the uie.it
growth und development during
'lho secretary suggests that
with the enormous inturesis out
stock raisers huveut btuae, und
iiibtiection or auurantinu u Hord
ing, after all. u relative, nut un
absolute guaraiileu ol protection,
it mlulit be well for tins louhIiv.
to follow the example of Oieat
unuuu unci exclude iivu .sloclt
fiom other counlnes untirelx.
The meat inspection service in
volved the inspection at times ol
slaughtor of nearly a7.000.0Ua
unimals. Of the more than &
000,000 cult o inspected, the cun
detuned ciiroifiscs wore about
oiuvtourlhol 1 per cent; of ilio
0.500 000 sheep, one tenth of 1
por cent, and ol 21,000,000 hog ,
onu third of I nnr (miiL. In ih
control of indigenous diseusc,
1 500,000 insptciioiih ttcrii made
and over -15 000 curs diMinlecteiJ
in the Texas U-wv mm vice ulone.
In combuling the disi'tis( kuou n
as "black leg" (in- luneaii dih
tribuled over fiOO.OOU doses or
vaccine, the result being to re
duce Jossef, in HilecH'tl herds to
less than 1 pot cent, where foim
orly it was in most cases about
10 per coat To aid in detecting
tuberculosis in cuttle ami glan
dors in hor.M's, over -11 (U)0 ducs
of tubeii'ulin and 7.0U0 du.ses ol
mullein huu beu supplied
The secretary points out the so
rious evil resuhing from a svs
loin ol slate inspection, which, if
it oucn me general, would effect
ually prevent the murkellng of
live slock in somn section, uno
would destroy much of the iimi
tuluess of federal inspection.
He regards the present condi
tion as so menacing to the inier
esis of llie cattle industry in the
West and Southwest Unit ho has
requested the attorney gonen 1
to cooperate in brhiiiig the
matter before the supremo court
lor decision as to the cons. it u
tionality of iIiumj ftaio laws.
This request lias been favorably
received and lho uobiriitu.ceo of
the department of justice prom
Referring lo l lie grazing lands,
he says probably -100.000.000
acres of public domain has no
agricultural value except for
pasturage. It lb at present un
open common, with no laws for
its protection or d'sposal. He
refers that the froauuut con 11 cts
of the farmers under irrigation
with the stocUmen. and recom
mends, us a remedial and beueti
cial meusurc, the leasing of the
irruzing and in such a way as
not to interfere with the home
steader. The rentals, he believes,
would amount in the aggregate
to u largo sum. which could be
tippiopriaielj applied to the re
clamatton of the irrigable lauds.
Ho points out that such leasing
is not an experiment, us it has
been successfully tried, although
in a limited way, in Colorado,
Idaho. Montana. Nebraska. Utah
and Wyoming. Ho winds up the
discussion of tins subject by
presenting the following conclu
1. That private enterprises
will havo to be supplemented by
public aid in the construction of
certain classes of irrigation
works if wo are to secure the
luruost development of Western
z The reservoirs located in
the channels of running streams
should bo public works.
3 That the first step toward
nationul aid for irrigation should
bo the passage of enlightened
codes of water laws by ttie
States is to be benefited.
1. That the land laws should
bo mollified by repealing the des
ertactaud by requiring cultiva
tion as well as residence on a
5. That the uonirriagble grai'.
ing lands should be leased in
small tracts so as to unite the ir
rigable and the pasture lands
There is a time when ovory
one needs something to revive a
drooping spirit. Chas Zenker's
whiskey .is the best known
LOSfT One light brindle cow
0 years old, brunded OOLYoti
right side, with one heifer calf,
unbrunded. Will pay liberal re
ward for hor return.
HOMES FOR EVERYBODY.
Now is the time to got a home,
Fino lots on Mulliu St. 50x150
with lOOIt streets for $100. 10
down, one year and 0 months
time on balance. Buy now.
Splendid water free.
FOR HARNESS .W!2.Ky n anwunjc wi.
, m uu wm uoasiaiiiniKMl to ueo bow quickly It limb eorw,
It's tUnns way :
YOU Can burn vnnrsplfwill, "!?) ,SM.
Powder, etc., or you can scald yourself
with Steam or Hot Water, but there is
only one proper way to cure a burn or
scald and that is by using
It gives immediate relief. Act a piece of poa old
linen cloth, saturato it with this liniment and bind
loosely upon tlio wound. You can have no lulequato
idea what tin excellent reincdv this is for a burn until
you have tried it.
A FOWL TIP li youliiwoiiMnliiilllctuil with Iloun or miy
l i..i...t t. i " .?".'ir IH,,lUry M, uso Mexican Mustang
liluliiicnt. It In called a M-ANDAliD remedy by jxmltry breeders.
lieiitin, Te . Nov. 20 Ar
rniiyeinoiiu are being made to
receive the Cent nil Texas Mncli
cal Association here, which met
last July in Temnle and voted
lo hold the nuxt meeting here
.Ian. 14. 100? A I a meeting of
t'te local doior.i hoio lut week,
lho universal honiitnont was in
lavor of giving tlie association a
warm ipcepiinu, and to main
tain Bcltou'a well earned repu
tation lor hospitality to her
When you want goodwills'
key, call on Chas. W, Zenker
he always keeps the best.
CBNTKAL WAGON YARD AR'
Loifiin Minis, ffnnrv Ditninrp.
Canol Uiimore, Daniel Kidgwell.
Li t-'iul. (Jims. I'JIiiin. bam Minis,
Grapo Greek; Gus Thomas Oli'
ver Unze. Win. Wilder, John
Arthur, Knickerbocker; J. P.
Fudge. M I.. Fudge, Coporas
Gove;0 lJ Spring. J D. WiL
nams. It M Maid row, Water
Vulle, ; Siiu Muriiu.Uuo. Adams,
Frank Sc rb irough. Coke coun
ty; It II :i" 1 P.ir Box Sterling
county, (ii'jver Brock, Sher
wood; Chas Fiippin. Coleman;
Dan Mclvius:hlin, Rdith.
Candles at J II Smith & Co.
We koto f rush candy in stock
all ihe time. Nothing old und
stale Ever, body knows Hlanko
Bros, cut dj: we handle it. J II.
Smith & Co.
A really healthy woman haa lit
tle pain or discomfort t tbo
monsiruoj porioii. No woman
needs to havo nny. Wine of
Cardul will quickly rollevo thoae
smarting inenstrual palni nn'd
tho lragglng head, back und
side aohcj caused by falling of
tho womb and Irregular moasoa.
has brought permanent reUef to
1,000,000 women who auffered
ovcry month. It makes tho mon-
strual orgaas atrong und healthy.
It is the provision made by Na-
tuw to glvo women 'relief from
tho tcrrlblo nohes and pains whloh
bht aomany homcB.
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Zia r" """ orero nam in ray
- ,J- V?u.' of Wno of Cardul. Do-
r ". " itlr? la.KDn an or it I w rellorea
j '" auif i y ""' you have a
Mrs. U. a. Vooirr.
Fnvaslnk & b.4 in . . j . .
miiunooir lleukiiie Co., Cluaiuooga, TnS
(LIMIT 30 DAYS)
ON SALE DEC. 21,22,23
iuui, id POINTS IN
Looa.1 Holiday Kxcui-dlon
tlckutB on Halo
Dec. 23, 21, 25. 20, .11 ami
Ian. 1, limited to
Jan. 3, 1002.
Sec any Santa Vo Afjont,
W. S KEENArl. G. P a
HKMAIUtAIILK GUHi: OP UHOU1'
A Little Hoy'rt Ltfo Saved
1 have a few wordB to way roj,'ard
InR C hambei-Ialn'H Cou(jh Uemudy.
It Havod my llttlo boy's life, and I
feel that I cannot pralHo It nnoufeh.
I bought a bottle of It from A. K.
Steele, of Godwin. S. D , and when I
KOt home with U tho poor baby could
haidly broatlic. I (javo tho medicinu
as directed ovcry tun minutes until
ho "threw up," and then I thought
Hiiro ho win going to choko to death.
.Yuiiuu io pui i mo pincgm out ol
his mouth In great long rttrlngu. I
am positive that if I had not got
that bottle of cough medicine, my
boy would not be on Karth today--Joki,
Di.mont, Inwood, Iown. For
sale by Tho Central Drug Store
Washington, Den. 2 -Prosi
dent E. S, Peters, of tho Texas
Cotton Growers Protective As
sociation, has written a lnt.trir in
the Seoretury o'f Agriculture,
appealing ior an appropriation
of $50,000, wherewith to fight
the boll woovil. Col. Potors
represents that an onormus
amount of damage has boon
dono by tho post, and aggres
sive and immediate action is
nccessury. Oswald Wilson, of
Houston, an attache of the sta
tistical division of tho Dopart
mentof Agriculture, is hero on
business with the dopaatmont.
For a glass of beer or fine
whiskey, goto Chas, Zcnkcr'3
Government Experiment Sta
Washington, Ndv. 20 --Tho
Secretary of agriculturo , has
designated Prof. W. M. Hays, of
the Minnesota StatO Agricultu
ral Collego and experiment sta
tion in tho bureau of nlant in
dustry, to direct worn- in organ
izing tho stuto experiment sla
tons of tho middlo Northwost
Miniipsotu. tho Dakotus. Iowa
and Wisconsin, into a coopera
tive union for improving tho
yield and quality of wheat and
other grains, grasses, clovors
und lluld roots. Many now va
rieties of wheat, for oxuuiplo
inust bo originated to secure
the improved kinds greatly de
sired. Under tho now arrangements,
tho experiment stations of tho
different states will each oriein-
ato fifty new wheats, and elim
nato ull but tho tlvo best. .Theso
seeds will be exchanged and fur
ther trials conducted. Espec
iuluttoutioiiwill bo .directed to de
veloping now sugar beet vuiie
lies to mature curly and increase
tho yiod per aero. The far
mors of the Northwost who havo
undertaken tho culture of tho
sugar beet, according . to
re-ports reaching Secretary Wil
son, are iiudlng tho bi-product
left alter the sugar has beou ex
tracted, a valuable food for dai
ry and other cattle.
Tho Minnesota station will bo
expected to further tho new va
riety lib re of llax, while tho
Wisconsin station will mako a
specialty of breeding sweet ro
slstent. oats und Held peas; tho
Soutli Dakota institution maca
roni wheats, etc. Winter wheat
oiler a fair test of tho advanta
ges lo oo derived irom the co
operation. Tho Turkey -red
wheat successfully grown at
Ames, Iowa, will betaken to the
South Dakota station at Brook
ings, whole, after lining sub
jected to a sovoro freeze, tho
plants will bo permitted lo mu
lure, and still further north" to
the Minnesota station to produce
oven harder varieties. By
growing the sumo stock repeat
edly in tho Northern climates,
only the hardiest plants survive,
and tho varieties bocomo thor
oughbred in hardiness. It is
found that the winter variolies
will yield on an averago of livo
to ton bushels moro por aero
than tho spring vaiieties.
An uttempt will be made to
ltow alfaltu further north,
through tho work of the coop
oiating experiment stations.
Soy beans and ovon cow ,peas
promise to bo a success in Wis
consin and M
North Dakota station at
under! the direction of
sor Shoppord, is making prog
ress in corn suited to lho Da--kotas
and Minnesota. Tho ex
periments promise, not only to
develop the increased yield por
acre by producing liettoi'.' and
hardier plants, but also now and
important varieties of plants not
heretofore grown in lho ' North
SAYS HE WAS TORTURED.
'I sullorod such puinfroui
corns I could hardly walk,"
writes II. Kobinson, Hillsbo
rough. Ills., "but Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo completely eurod
them." Acts like magic on
sprains, bruises, cuts, , :soros,
scalds, burns, boils, .ulce.rs Per
ic(;l healer of skin diseases ai.d
piles. Cure guaranteo'd by J.
W. Harris & Co. ' '
New York, Nov. 28. United
Slates Judge Thomas, Vittling in
tho United Statos Circuit Court
in Brooklyn today, decided in
favor of tho ruling of tho-iTreas-ury
Department at Washington,
in tho cu8,o of Thomas Boden. of
Fhlladolphia. The decision pro
hibits Boden, u supposed con
sumptive, from romuinirig'in tho
Unless tiio case is appealed to
lho Circuit Court of Appeals,
Boden will bo deported onft woek
from tomorrow. Bodon's wlfo
and child will accompany him
hack to Ireland. JudgoThor,rte.
decides that us u sitripl" ?,,:..
tion of fact was bofcro ,
tho premises, n0 COa,i ,jot offl
cialjy do otliorwiso than sustain)
tho'Treasury Doparlmont. No
question of law, ho observes,
has boon propounded iin tho
writ of habeas corpus, Sued out
by Bodon's lawyer. The case
has to do with tho rights of con.
sumptivos to land horo as iraml'
CAMERON & CO MEET COM
PETITION. Wo carry tho best stock in the
city, wo raeot. all prices 'and all
figures, us wo want your trado
when you need any kind of Lum
ber oneap, call and soo us.
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