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To those who ut this season look for something
bottor In tlio way of beverages than thoy allow
IhotnMilvea lor thu balance of tho year, I off or
THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS,
CORDIALS, GINS, BRANDIES,
LTC. TO BE HAD.
I'll till you up a bottle or jug of nlcu stuff, which
you can present with pride lo youir bust friends
und most distinguished guests. Como and see .
mo, ring mo up (phone No HI), or drop meuline,
CHAS. W. ZENKER.
The Mottcr With Coleman
What is the matter with Cole
man? Tho census of 1000 gave
Colt-muna population exceeding
tho population of Ballingor near
ly 200. And Coleman has poBsi
bly held her own in tho matter
of jporeasa. Yet, Coleman's ox
Vnango, we undoistand, has only
125 subscribers, wliilo Ballinger
has moro than twice tho number
Tho Lcdgor contains more ad
vcrtisments than both Coleman
pnpors, and "Balllngcr gela u
jood trado from Coleman coun
t.y people Runnels County
"" Tlio oiuy troublo with Coleman
Ik nr.r nt milnmrlcn of its busl-
fry- -1-V1T r. ...--i
' 'bobs tnen. iThoy liuvo fallen be
hind tho procession and aro do
ing business' on methods in
jrpguo twenty yours ago. This
liTcaslly soon by an examination
of tho Coleman papers. It is as
Irnpossiblo for a town to Uo busi
ncss without advertiBing as to
do it without goods to sell
Coloman needs some now life
injected into hor business mon.
TIRES SET AT MITCHELL'S.
Wugon tires are put on by the
cold shrinkugo ptocess at $2.00
per set don't burn up your
wheel John M. Moody is in
eliaigo at II. H: Mitchell's
JJIjicJismith and Carriage Works.
HouBton, Tex., Dec. 20. Gov
rnor Suyers returned tonight
oruui -jjr e
from a trip lo Brazoria county,
w lie ro ho went with the peniten
tiary board to look over the
State's farm. 'The beard, it was
announced tonight by tho Gov
ornor, has decided to erect a
EUgar mill on tho Clemens farm,
which will bo purchased, the mill
to cost between $250,000 and
JBOO.000. Tho mill will give em
ployment to ubout 1)00 hands and
a large number of convicts will
also be employed on the farm of
the thousand ucres in raising
cane, lho mill is to be built
during tlio coming wiutor. Tho
mill will handle all of tho cano
grown in tho surrounding coun
try by small larmers with freo
labor us well us that grown by
the convicts nnd the output will
be thu largest produced by any
mill in the United States.
.Many wonder how it is thai pin
worniH and rtomaoh woiiiih cct Into
llttlo ehildu'n, or how it lupo worm
300 feet long, can et In nnd exibt and
ciow inMik'of a limn, as it Hometlmea
hiij)j)t.Tb. Thu may wonder, for it in
h gient niyhtiT'. However, many
new know fiuni uxpurleiicc Unit Moth
nr'H Worm bjiup will rid ono of In
luhtiuiil woiiiih and greatly improve
the health uftir thu norma luivu been
ilehtroyed und expelled, It 1h uIimo
lutoly u hiunilei-H rt'inedj lo take, and
life ll only eoht-t !M iviitb, nil should
Iry It lio Him'.t!;t uoinif- lo l the
oiiumi of their 111 henlth.
! Mew Arrivals. 1
Fancy Capo Cod Gran bor
borrios, Fresh Grits. White
Scotch Oats. Banner Oats
in iMb packages with dish,
pure fruit preserves in 1, l,
fi and IF) pound packages,
also pure fruit Jellies, guar
anteed to be as good as the
besttmd sold ut close prices.
Wo ask you to inspect our
lino of groceries and get
our prices before placing
your next order.
Yours for business,
A. D. White &
Mr.T. F. Sothumsaysin tho
Drovers' Telegram that thoro
aro two to estimate what tho fu-
turoof the cattle bubineBB will
bo. One is by just simply going
blindly by the past uud Buying,
what hue been will bouguin; and
the other is to take udvantugo of
what is past und note tiio Bigns
of the times and tho changes
tliat aro taking placeevory where,
and try from tho two together to
estimate what may, or whnt is
likely to follow. Somo people
say that becauso wo had a panic
in 18UH that wo have got to have
another; theso pessimists gay
there is no possible way outof it,
undyettliov don't stop to esti
matotho fuel that in 1803 we
wero considered among tlm bor
rowing nations, und in 19011--withyottwo
years to reach it,
we are already a loaning nation
We lend our money to England
herself who Is supposed to be
tho lending nation ot tho world.
Wo have a balunco of trado In
this country amounting to tifty
millions of dollars per month, or
1000.000,000 per year. A ftor wo
liavo paid for everything this na
lion buys from oihor countries,
we still have six hundred million
dollars duo us from thorn ouch
ear. That is, moro money in
ono year s uuiunoo ot truue
comes to us than cumo to us dur
ing theonliro first century of our
you huvo a fuclor to deal with
that you did not have before, and
it is impossible to estimate thu
future with this factor in it by
tho past, becauso you did not
ftV that factor before That
covers our ontiro industry in
dustrios of the United States, of
which the cattlo business is a
very largo factor, much larger
limn most peoplo realize.
Our American cattlemen aro
purchasing lauds and cattlo
down in old Mexico und Texas,
and Mexico is already tho center
for large cattlo growing plants of
this country, and tho only place
on tho North American continent
whero they can bo carried on
successfully, permanently. Now
tho Eastern uud Southern states
have awukoued up lo tlio fact
that they must huvo beef cattlo.
They find that thoy have made
tho mistake of putting all their
money into high priced commor
ciul fertilizers when thoy should
huvo had cattlo and mudo their
own fertilizers at home. There
is going to como a day when tho
South is going to keep cattle
(whether trie cattlo muke money
directly or not) just to muko
cheaply and ut homo tho only
real uud permanent fertilizer.
They aro tired of having their
eggs all in one basket. Thoy
aro tired of having ono industry,
cotton alone. But that change
is going to bo a slow process;
tho whole Sonthom agricultural
system has to undergo uchungo.
The Southerners aro going to bo
slow, becauso tho land is all held
by small owners, just as it is go
ing to have a big supply of cat
tloin Livingston county, Missou
ri, whore you had a shortugo be
fore. Tho hopo ot the future is
in the young people. Thoy rca
grasping tho situation intolli
gently where tho prejudico of
tho oldors prevent progross.
As I have said before, tho
sheep have encroached on tho
rango cattlo iudustry. and tho
result is thut the cattle aro do
creasing, while tho demand for
beef cattlo is constantly Increas
ing. Therefore, I give it am my
unhesitating prophecy, that tho
Am orican cattle industry Is on a
Bound basis, ono that it never
knew before. Until now, there
hnB always been now territory to
occupy, new ranges to Btock.
Now all the poineer work is done.
Whoro in America, Mexico, Can
ada, can you go and stock a run;e
with cattlo, wltbout first buying
out some man that in in the bus
iness? That country does not
exist in thuUnitod States today;
our territory is all occupied, and
our markets absorb tho entire
An attractive woman thrives
on good food and sunshine, with
plenty of exerciso in tno open
air. Her form glows with
health and her fuod blooms witn
its beauty. When troubled with
a costive habit, she takes n few
doses of Horbino to cleanse her
systom of all impurities. Price,
GO cents. For sale by J. W.
Harris & Co.
Huffman & Clark ropresont
tho Homo Protectivo Piro In
surance Co., of San Antonio,
and can give you good rates on
Charlie Farquhur wantB your
undo in tno livery lino. See
him on Beauregard Ave, cast of
i ho Concho Nutionul Bank.
Jus. M. MoCunn says com
purutively few bhepherds have
the ability and skill' required to
manage successfully a stud
flock, uud as it could only bo
mudo profitable where thoro is a
great demand for tho breed
selectod, it is safer to grude up a
flock of native ewes, using for
this purposo'always atypical re
corded rum of the breed desired
If. after you huvo guined practi
cal experience, you still aesire
to possess a Hock of recorded
ewes, get them, by ull means, if
you think that you can handle
thorn with pro lit.
Tli oio is no slnglo breed of
si-.oop excelling ull others in tho
production of lambs, value of
fleece und superiority of mutton.
On tlio contrary, tho Welch
mountain sheep that supplies
iliu highest-priced mutton in tho
markets of the world, produces
only a light ileoce of inferior
wool, uud thu Merino thut grows
a moro valuable ilucco thun any
other sheep is not to be com
pared with tho Downs us u mut
ion producer. Tho vuluo of u
breed depends, therefore, upon
tho environment and tho cure
und Keep tliat can be given.
Trio tirst consideration in the
keeping of sheep is tho making
of money, therefore, select that
breed tlmt you think will bar-J
hioniKo best with your" environ
ment and give the largest cash
returns. If on tho western
ranges, you want Morino blood;
if your little flock is to graze
upon tho eastern mountain
slopes, tho Cheviot, or tho
Southdown will sorvo your pur
poso well; if upon tho fertilized
soils, or the rich prairies of tho
agricultural states where rape
and buy cuts bo grown in ubun
dance, tho larger Downs und tho
splendid Longwools will flourish
und fatten, but if you lovo not
sheep, keep bat few of any
It is a common orror to sup
poso that sheep may not run
long over the same fluids with
Gettng Old? Feel Drowsy?
TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX
It creates circulation and muko you fuel young
V4 uguin. It's good any way; either straight, toddy
or nign oaii. tiio oost evor tioweu rrom it sun.
S0L0 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER,
By tho drink, ixittlo or
able. Poll to attention
l am Ag;ent
and Port Worth Keg and Bottle Beer.
Handle Soda Wator and Cider,
11MI in tlio Market.
g AUGUST BALFAINZ.
out becoming diseased, ana
while all admit that finquent
cnange of pasture is of great
benefit to tho flock, it is trim,
nevertheless, that they have fed
on thu Downs oi feiigianu ana
tho Cheviot Hills for centuries,
whore no plow ever turns the
sod or i rouble.-, the grass and
i .. overcrowding that ruins
oo sheep, and not, their long
c uiinement to a limited feeding
round. If thoy can wander
ar, llioy procure for themselves
a change of pasture every tiny,
and will live and flourish long.
If thoro is a continual struggle
for existence, tlio tiuest survive
and tho others perish Ru
. Wiley 's Candies,,, '.
Tholudius prufer Wiley's, tin '
packages are simply oxquisitoj
...! . ..,,1 t.nnr...k.Nr. I
IfclJU iUUJ lU'USlllUO,
Fresh stock every week of
Wiley's und oilier manuiiictutus,
Yours to Please,
John Free land,
A (JOOD HKCOMMENDATION.
"I Iiutu noticed that thu xalo ut
fhamlHirlaln'rt Stoiiiaih onil Llvnr
TalluU m iiiniohi luvariaiiiy to uiomi
wlio have onco tided iliem," Hayu Mr.
.1. II. WoIkii-. a pi-oinineni driiKiHl of
I'liHcauu, loua. What belter recom
riutndation could any in-dleiik- have
than for peoplo to call for II when
iiL'iiln in need of Hiich u reined j?
Try them when you feel dull after
iMtlnK, when you have n had taHto In
your mouth, feol hllloiiH, have no ap
jHitlto or whon troubled with eoiititl
nation, aud you aro certain to bo do-
llirhted with iho prompt relief which
For Sale by the Central
Washington, Dec. 18. An
immigration bill, the joint pro
duct of Senator Ponroso and
Commissioner of Labor Powder
ly, wus introduced in tho Senate
yesterday by Mr. Fryo. It pro
vides an educational lost, and,
in addition to the present sys
tern of domestic inspection,
authorizes inspection by agents
of tlio United Strtos ut tho prin
cipul ports from which iinini
grants suil, with instructions to
oxcludu all persons known to
hold anarchistic idoas or lo have
The Grant Lumber Co. have
the slock and want a chance to
tiguro on all bills no mutter how
The pri :u is reason
fair treatment to all
for tho Foihoub
JStVB WU a Trlol Ordor
Alum Uaklnc Powders.
There are so many alum
baking powders ubout, most of
which are represented to be
made of eremir of tartar, tlmt, the
followiug list of powders in
which chemists have found alum
will be of value:
K C Contains Alum.
milieu Mfif. Co. Chlcieo.
Good Luck Contuins Alum.
Manf. by Southern Mfr,'. '' Hlcli
Drlluj.'be.h'G rape. Contains Alum
Munf. h HiiKhrH UroH., I)!lm.
Vision. ' Contains Alum.
Manf. In K. MeUenuiu'r. St. Lou In.
Bon Bon Contains Alum.
Mnnf. by (iri.nl (.hemluiil Co Clncni.'O.
The honsi'kppper should boar
in mind that alum makosacheiip
baking powder. It costs but
two eeiit.s a p'liind, while ureal)
of tartar ents thirty The
quiiliynf the powder is there
fore, tismillv iudicatod by the
Always affords a pleasant
smile. A pleiiMinl smilo catches
the eye; And the eyo is the win
dow of the soul. Sometime
you-may look into 'he soul ol
fair otie" Your fuiure there
fore depends largely on your
teeth. Huvo thorn attended to
Good crowns and bridges u
work a specialty.
Dr. HA. Magruder,
Over Harris li nir Store.
Her ntitJiin uud crow aro un
thuiustio over the now respon
sibility she will assume.
A WOMAN'S AWFUL PERIL.
' There i otiiy uuu chance to
.save your hfeaud that is through
uu operation" wore the startling
word livuru iy ms. jl u nuni
ofLiuH) Ridge, Wis., from her
doctor after he had vainly tried
to cure her of a (rightful case of
stomach trouble und yellow
jaundice. Gall stones hud formed
and she constantly grew worse.
Tlien she began to use Electric-
Bitters which wholly cured hor.
It's a wonderful Stomach. Liver
and Kiduuv remedy. Cures
Dyspepsia, Ujss of Appetite.
Try it. Only 50 els. Gua ran toed
For sale b'j. W. Harris fc Co.
SAYS HE WAS TORTURED.
I sutTeied such pain from
corns I could hardly walk,"
writes II. Robinson. Hillsbo
rough. Ills., "but Bucklen's
Arnica Salvo completely cured
them." Acls like 'magic on
sprains, bruises, outs, sores,
scalds, burns, boils, ulcers. Per
fect healer of skin diseases and
niles. Cure nuurauteed by J.
W. Harris it Co.
For a glass of beer or fine
whiskey, go to Chas, Zenker's
CAMERON & CO MEET COM
PETITION. We carry tho best stock in tho
city, wo moot all prices and ull
figures, us we want your trade,
whon you need any kind of Luni
ber cheap, calluuc' see u
Worms tuko refuge In tho
suiull intestine, where they can
oasily multiply. White's Cream
Vermifuge will destroy theso
parasites. The verdict of tho
peoplo tolls plainly how well ii
hus succeeded. Prico, 25 cents.
For sale by J. W. Harris &Oo.
HmT. A1jtrillAlili-. jrt Ir ,,( PrutrlH for
CIIIt'lltMTKIt'N H.NOMNII In VttA nnd
Jold miMnlllc horn, k-.i1- nllli Mun ribbon.
Takn no oilier. It-nif dunvrron kuImII.
lullanumt liiilliillnn. Jim cf your Driih-Klst,
or M-ncl If, In Htiunrm tot I'Mt-llculnr. Tr(.
mnnlaU ul "IK-IIrr Tor I jl !." Wll".
by return .Mall. lu,iMOTulmoiilMf. hoM bj
OrllOIIKllTHIl CHMMtOAI. OO.
4ll0 MMilUoa l)Urt-, rillbAn If.
1'IIACTICB LIMITED TO THE
BYE. EAIt, NOSE AND
EYES EXAMINED AND KITTED
WITH SPECTACLES AND (JLASSKS.
OHloi upstairs in Taylor building,
Unit'" hour.. !l to 12 a. in.; nnd i! to
1 p. in.
San Anoku), Tkxah
Will Practice tN AllCouhth.
Speciul Attention given to
Commorcial Law und the Collec
tion of Claims and Accounts.
Ofliee. Chad bourne street.
San Angelo, Texas.
W, H ALLEN,
San anoklo, - Tkxas,
Will practice In all tho courtn.
Notary Public in oflloo.
Gold Crown nnd IlrldRo Work Scien
tifically dono. Phono l.'JS
Olllco up Btab-B In tho Muytt building.
J, 3. SALMON, M. D.,
IMIYSCfAN. SURGEON ANJ)
Hpociul nilonllon to Surgory and
(Ummhoi of women. Phono "17
Olllce: U. O. Tuvlor bnlMIni? '"
G( K. MAYS. M. D.
Olllco at Central Druj; Stonj. Houi
donco WisstTwohly Ave.
ALL CALLS ANSWKUKDI'ltOMPTLY.
)RS. MARBERRY & COOPER
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,
Olllce, San AhkuIo Hotol up Htaira.
HcBldomvB. Dr. Cooper Twohlp Ave;
Dr. Marborry. I'hono 01.
QR. O. B. LOVE,
t C. PARSONS, M. D.
San anoklo, - Tkxas,
Kentdonco, corner Firbt and Ollvo
5ASCOMB LYNN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ollleo, up BtairH Central Drue Store,
Uciildeneo, on CoIIoku Hill, resi
dence phone No. 174.
fl, S. GANTT,
Modkrn Funeral Director
All Styles of Caukete nd Supplier
Telephone, Store, No. 11; Kudduncu,
No. 1.10; San Angelo, Texiw.
J. A. BURNS,
Boot and Shok Maker.
Loi'att-d on Heaurocard Ave., next
to March Ili-on, and prcpiireil to turn
out lli-nU'lasi' work,
Hun Angelo, To in
Milton Curr. the couirucior
11 .id btiildor, will raise your
house or move it any where, also
I repairing of nny kind, will give
approved bono for surety ot
building. Phone 110
Baker Perfect- wire at Find-land's.
Digests what yon eat.
This preparation contains all of tbft
dlgeutuntH and digests ull kinds ol
loud. It gives instant relief and novo?
fails to cure It allows you to oat au
tho food you want. Tho most eonalUfe
stomachs can take It. By I ta uw many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured af tor everything cite failed. lb
Is unequalled for all stomach trouble.
It can't help
beat do yots ($m4
ftwirwl only liy E. p. DeWirrAOa, otJowv
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