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The Woman' Club.
fk new club WfiH (iraniA'd in
$nn Angt'lo Kridny afternoon, nnd
one tlmt ih declined to lie of nntcli
benefit. 11 in called tlie "Wo
pon'H Club," and Iiiih for itn ob
ject Hclf improvement and mutual
help. The clmrter members of
the now dub are, Mth. Brown F.
JUe, pn-Hident; Mth. K. II. With
orciio(iii, vice president : Mrn. 0.
h Abbott, Kccond vice preHidcnt;
jMrH. II. Hudson, secret ury; Alias
(Smith, trt'iifiirer. Mth. It. L.
Qreen, Mis. J. S. Miles. Mis.
Clint JoluiHon, Mrs. Frank lfnr
rjB, Mrs. JI. I). I.oflcl, Miss Wnt
pon, Mrs. .1. W. Hill, Mih. G. M.
Cooke, Mrs. .1. A. Burns, Mrs.
"W. 0. Holers.
The club will devote much of
lie time to literary subjects, and
will begin work on Texas hiHtory
It will iiiei't on Friday afternoon
of each week. The early settle
ment of Texan will lie the subject
nt the next incut inu.
It is safe to ire(iict that thiH
club will prove eminently suc
ceptifiil. It in a leader in its
line, being the first literary club
organized here in some, time, nnd
the personnel of the club is such
dU to insure its success.
We aio prepared to move
houses of any size on short notice,
nnd at reasonable prices. Drop
ib a card or call and see us.
I'owkhh tt Jackkiii.
l1t. San Angelo Texas.
G. 0. Odom, who has been
pursing the "dogies" pretty close
jy for some time, wan in town
Wednesday. He says the grass is
getting good in his pasture and he
Jbae quit feeding. . . .In conversa
tion with the Hon. Claude Hud
ppeth, candidate for rcpresenta
'tjvefrom thiH district, who has
bpen in the city this week, we
were informed that we have been
laboring under a mistake and that
he had been misrepresented as to
Jbjs position on tlio quarantine
Jine question. He is not in favor
cf abolishing the line, but is in
favor of an open season being
Maintained, by which cattle can
be crossed, and when they are free
from ticks can be crossed at any
nd all times. And if elected will
favor the enactment of a law to
tbiB cftcet .. ..Dr. Itussell, of
Temple, who had been attending
the wife of Dick Russell of Me
nardville, went home Wednesday
evening. He says .Mrs. Russell is
pow improving and will soon be
up I. I French and son sold
in Temple the other day, a thous
and head or beees al h cents a
pound. The animals averaged
?200 pounds, and brought the
feeder about MO each. They cost
him on the range trom .fib to tl(),
or an average oi less than $110.
Jie had a margin ot .fliO, theietore
for feeding, and the jlW the pro
ducer received was ample for a
fair profit in raising.. ..H. M.
Harvey informs lib that he has
closed a contract with John Chail
Jet of Sun Angelo, for 150 cais of
building stone, to be shipped to
that place as soon as they can be
gotten out .. ..Thursday evening
qbout 4 o'clock there was a water
epout about live miles up the Col
orado river. Jt was only about a
milo wide. It came across irom
toward Kowena by Jno. W. Clani
pjtt's place, thence over the river
and across I.os Aioya in W. E,
lien's pasture, and came as near
town us Fiank .Miles' pasture.
The branch which traverses West
End was tilled to overflowing al
though it rained none to speak of
in town. There was also consid
erable hail.. ..Ping Pong is the
Jntest craze in the way of indoor
garneH. Prof. C. J. Finger was
down from San Angolo last Mon
day and after taking part in n
game at the residence of Max
JUingo Monday night, decided he
could not do without ono and
ordered J. Y. Pearce, the man who
sells them, to send one to him at
Snn Angelo. San Angelo merch
ants nro n little slow and have not
got, their stock yet. Runnels
' Got prices on sorghum Beed at
been able to cure in all its stnges
and that is catarrh. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh, being a con
stitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foun
dation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building
ui) the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have to much faith
in its curative powers that they
oiler one hundred dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. bend
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CJIENNY & CO.,
Sold bv druKuists 76V.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
My Paw Won't Play WithMc.
My paw he'b the bestest man,
he brings me lots of toys,
rnd candy too, and all sich things,
what's good for little boys;
He lets me go to circuses and
spend my money free,
He buys me lots of Sunday clothes ;
but he won't play with me.
Most every evening after tea, I
gits my ball to play.
And ask my paw to catch it, but
he's alius sure to say:
"Don't bother, son I'm busy
now, go on to bed," says he.
Then 1 go ofl a wishin that my
paw would piny with me.
Sometimes when 1 kneel down at
night, just sorter so, to pray,
Old Nick slides in betwixt the
lines, and almost makes me say :
'0, Lord, send me a paw whnt
aintgot so much biz' so'b he
Can find a little weency, teency
time to play with me.
1 'bpects that great big mens
don't want to have some fun
no way ;
And maybe 'twouldn't look just
right to see them run and play ;
Hut I jis' can't help thinkin', sir,
what great sport 'twould be
If paw'd been born a little boy, so
he could play with me.
Some day when I feel sorter
tough, .ithsundnp in my
And aim a-skeered ofgettin'
licked, I'll bet 1 tells my paw :
"Say, dad, if you jis' want to be
right up to date, you see,
You'd better come down oft' your
perch and learn to piny witli
1 uint much on philos'phy, hut 1
got it on my slate,
.lis' chalked it down in black and
white, and feel compelled to
"Of comse I loves my paw, and
then he loves me too, but we
Could love each other better if
he'd only play with me."
The Great Dismal Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground
of Malaria germs. So is lo.w,
wet or marshy ground every
where. These germs cause weak
ness, chills and fever, aches in
the bones and muscles, and may
induce dangerous maladies. Rut
Electric Bitter6 never fails to de
stroy them and cure malarial
troubles. They will surely pre
vent typhoid. "We tried many
remedies for malaria and stom
ach and liver trouble," writes
John Charleston, of Ryesville, 0.,
I "but never found anything as
igoodas Electric Bitters." Try
,them. Only 50-'. J.W. Har
ris gunrantee satisfaction.
Open Day and Night.
Oysters and Chili
always on hand.
Two doors above Prebe Office,
J V- .: .W
Are tin (liny greater favor horo
as a table beverage. Perhaps It
is because people are finding out
how pood our Wines are.
And these poods are not at all
high priced. At & very little ex
pense two ur three brands can
oe iiepi in me nouse.
Whyskoy and all good brands of
Wines and Whiskeys suitable for
banquets and festivities of all
kinds are in stock, also mid now
Is the time to supply your larder
with these good drink articles.
I keep the best of everything
in my line. Phone No. 0.
Arc Light Saloon,
Tom McClosky, Prop.
1 have pasturage for a limited
number of stock at my place (for
merly S. Roach place) 5 miles
north west of town at tfLOO per
month. Good grass and well
water, unil small convenient pas
ture. W. E. Bernard.
Dr. J. R. Ashford,of Sherwood,
was in San Angelo Friday and
made glad the heart of the editor.
Hump Cochran this week sold
his float business to D. E. Coch
reham, the Central Wagon Yard
man, for $1750.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Robinson,
of Anniston, Ala,, are stopping
at the Lnndon and will probably
spend some time in West Texas.
0R. H. WIGGINS,
Gold Crown and Bridge Work Scien
tifically done. Phone 135
Otllcc Ui stair In the Mays bulldinp.
Q E. MAYS. M. D.
Oftloe atCenital Dnitf Store. Kei
dence Wcet Twohltf Ave.
ALL OALLS ANSWKUKDI'UOMl'TLY,
)RS. MARBERRY ic COOPER
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,
OIJIcc, San Anpelo Hotel up stair.
Residence). Dr. Cooper Twohlg Avo.;
Dr. Mnrborrv. Phono 01.
W.U.ALLKN. Lia. Ui'TON.
ALLEN & UPTON,
San Angelo, Texas
DR. 0. B. LOVE,
gASCOM LYNN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
ODlce, up stairs Central Drug Store,
Residence, on CoIIcro Hill, resi
dence phono No. 174.
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND
EYES EXAMINED AND FITTED
WITH SPECTACLES' AND GLASSES.
Offlco up stairs In Taylor building,
Ofllco hours, 0 to 12 a. m.; and 2 to
4 p, rn.
San Anciklo, Texas
B H HUH LfM ;
David a. gaut,
Will practice in all the State and
San Angelo, Texas.
Going to Christoval.
That is what numbers of people
will be doing when the hot sum
mer days come, and they begin to
think of cool streams and shady
Christoval already has an
enviable reputation as a summer
lesort. Many were prevented
from going there last summer
because of the inadequate hotel
accomodations, but this condition
has been changed. A. A. Cobb,
the popular and well known hotel
man, lias had extensive additions
made to his hotel, having added
several new rooms and a bath
room, and is now prepared to
take care of the public and make
visitors coinfortablo in the pret
tiest little town in Texas. Mr.
Cobb and his estimable wife are
courteous and accomodating and
make it a point to do everything
that a reasonable man could ex
pect for the comfort of their
guests. For rates, by the week or
month write A. A. Cobb, Christo-val,Texas.
We understand that there were
several cattle buyers in town on
last Monday and several pnrtieB
sold, the cattle desired by theso
buyers being H-year-old steers and
up. We are informed that Mess.
Ed. Wallace, Jno. Roper, W. E .
Withers and Jno. I). Kinney sold
their three-year-old steers at .$18
and .$151 with a ten per cent cut.
Johnson City Enterprise.
The I'kkss in summing up the
oil mill question has put things
solidly. It has conceded every
thing to llallinger but tho necces
ary capital with which to build,
llallinger is the proper location
for an oil mill and she must en
deavor to build one thisyear. We
feel assured that if local capital
ists do not unite and take advan
tage of this opportunity, the
neighbor or new comer with a long
purse and a desire to get hold of
a sure thing will be erecting a
building and placing machinery
before manv montliB. And this
much too we would like to whis
per, if Ballinger gots an oil mill
first the neighboring cities will
not attempt to build Judge 6.
W. I'erryman, of Robert Lee,
stated to a Banner-Leader report
er last Saturday that ho had de
cided to withdraw from the race
for representative of this district.
This leaves just two men in the
race. Dr. Taylor of Sonora and
Claude Hudspeth of Oona, each
of whom lias scoies or friends and
adiniiers. . . . Mose Taylor of
Oona, was here this week at the
trial of Sam Murray as a witness.
....Mrs. Dr. Marberry, of San
Angolo, arrived Thursday after
noon and is visiting friends
Another heavy rain foil in the
section of country oxtending from
Ballinger to tho north county line
Thursday. We hao not yet heard
from other parts of tho county.
Santa Fe Excursion Rates.
St. Paul, Minn., National Bap
tist Anniversaries, May 20th to
28th, limited May 20th. Hate,
ono standard lirst-class limited
fare plus 2.00
San Antonio, Tex., Southwest
ern Gas, Electric Light k Street
Railway Association, April 18th
to 21st, limit April 20th. Rate,
one and one-third fare.
Ashoville, N. C, Southwestern
Baptist Convention, May 8th to
15th, limit May 24th, Rate, one
standard first-class limited faro,
Springfield, Missouri, General
Assembly Cumberland Presby
terian chinch, May 15th to 213rd.
Limit, May 27th. Rate, one
standard first class limited fare
Dallas, Tex., United Confedera
te Votoran's Re-union, April 22nd
to 25th, limit April 27th. See
Santa Fo agents for rates.
Lampasas, Tex, Texas Veteran
Association and Daughters of the
Republic of Texas. April 10th
to 21st, limit April 22nd. Rato,
ono and one-third fares.
W. S. Keenan,
Gen. Pnenonger Agt
JACKSON & NEELY BROTHERS,
irr LIVE SXOCKAND RANCH
Concho National Jaa.
A. J. Baker h Co,,
San Angelo. Texas.
WEKNOW WEST TEXAS rcn-onaUy and thoroughly and arc In ft position to
Bcrve the Interest of both Buyer and .ellrrs to hem advantacc IfyouhaTC any
thlne in our lino to sell or wish to buy It "111 pay you to consult Us inquiries
solicited and promt attention Riven
1 F. J. ABAMS,
CT DEALER IN
For FirstClass Furniture of every kind
at RIGHT PRICES.
Gettng iOld? Feel Drowsy?
TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX
It creates circulation and muke jou feel young
again. It's good any way; either straight, toddy
or high ball. The best ever flowed from a still.
S0L 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER,
By the drink, bottle or jup. The pri"e is reason
able. Polite attention and fair treatment to all
I am Agent for ttt& F'amous
ffif Bottle Beer,
and Fort Worth Keg and Bottle Beer.
Handle Soda Watci 'rid Cider, I r a, T . , -,.
Best in the Market. L-S,ve Wo Tr,a1 rdcr
t: J. I. HUFFMAN T.L.CLARK S5
HUFFMAN & CLARK,
ST REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS. 5
Olllcc on Chartbourn
Stieet next to Press
Dccas ana Mort
gages drawn up by
cr Will Render and Pay Taxes on Lands. Will Secure 3
S Tenants, Collect and Remit Rents. Have Small and Large S
s: Tracts of Land For. Sale. Special attention given to town s
S property, :ss
CITY MEAT MARKET
Handles the best Fresh Meats, Home Made Lard,
Sausapc, Dressed Poultry, etc,
PHONE .90. H C ALLENi pro)i
YOUR ORDERS WILL BE APPRECIATED,
Groin and Alt
and Twohic Ave.
PRICES TO SUIT 2
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 3
GRAIN, HAY AND RANCH SUPPLIES, s
Handle All Classes
of Live Stock,