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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

WFhamm ?TI 'r,"w W-F ' fwcrwpw,r"1: JBTW ippip mi,J4!'l.HJ rV '., SUBSCRIPTION, SJ.50 PER YEAR. Stock. Growers and BreedersJournol, CN1CKC0 IN THt IAN AHQ1L0 POtl OFflCC AS SKCOND. CLASS MAlk MATTCR. --i- VOL.5. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1901, NO. 39 T Wyv' -- t f r. LTTJat..Kfmjg t ibw ! vi11 JPHIHBHHia?vTPyio,u f M ora EVERYBODY WONDERS What we are going to do with this Enormous Stock of Dry Goods. If you will only visit our house, no explanation will be necessary, Seeing will be convincing. THIS STORE sold more dry goods since last Monday morning than during any five days of its history. They come in car loads and go out by the wagon load. Every wagon train from San Angelo takes dry goods from Probandt's. It is impossible for us to detail prices and names of dry goods in the short time we have to write advertisements, Our goods advertise themselves. People tell us we are carrying the largest stock in the city. They must know, we are so busy we can't t...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

it ii I STOCK NEW6. jgfj IMIONII 2VI, ivy iww raws NOTIIIWI HALAIILK HUT l'AT UATTLB. "Tliuro is nothing salable now, say a writer in tlio Hull Lake Tribune ho said, "in the custom markets but cattle that are lit for the block or the cold-storage houso and then the table. Thero is quite a demand for good, fat and tender and juicv steers, and also fat cowr, but beyond that one might us well keep his stock on tlio range. If the other ani mals aro properly taken caro of they will bring good prices in the future, but there is not the slightost use in trying to market them now, when tho drouth in (he east lias thrown so many hundreds, yes, probably thous ands, of cattle on tho market, whore, unless thoy are fit for beof, they nro hardly worth driving away. The latest ad vices rocoivod from the Wiiito river ranges, howover, are most encouraging, and they have- con vinced mo that we havo boon ex ceptionally favorod this year. It has not boon always thus, but the men behind the cattle or an...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

IF s T in. i ,. ' , TB J "'- &&- Pleasure and Health Will follow the proper use of GOOD, PURE WHISKEY. It's the low grude stuff that makes your head throb like a mule's kick, and cause snakes to coil in your boots. WW 1 w mm Shun these evils by drinking the best Whiskey made. Both the price and the article guaranteed to please, fT- LDDIE MAIER'S SSMSHfc ffi IplHPHp- ISHJfcfHpir FVom Our Exchanges. k ; -?- MreS i - fi ' HH I'XTi'Mlffi " . , n i ,. -' hUkW&s'"'Y.M. 8&$b& -t - tfe4?'6.'6vjf,"i j.111 "fiEN:--.Lir V aVv A.'. j , You Con Otit A Team Like this ot the Brick Front Liveru and Feed stable, San flnuelo, Texas. J. W. ELLIS, Proprietor. I 1 Am Agent for the famous 0 1 I -"" J I Rafost and & I schHtz fcE r I I -o J-" and I civc Mc a "Zj$'' Fort Worth o Keg and Bolt,e B6er" l" i- A,so Handle Soda Water and Cider, Bestln Ihc Market. X AUGUST BALFfllSZ. (KMH 5 $ LAND AGENCY. Estobllahed 1885, Ranches und Lands for sale, in large and small bodies, at low prices...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

r if -. y Tile San Angelo Press, PUHMHtlMl ISVr.I'Y KJUOAY UY Nejmiiiam Hmitii HO Pwi-.s SMITH A PAR80N3. SAJJ ANriM.0. TKX. Sft . UT. MiOl Subscription, per vear, ' St, 50 GIRL'S INDUSTHIAL SCHOOL. San Angelo has a Chance to Secure the Location of this Insti tution nnd Benefits Hint Will follow Thu legislature or the state of Texas at lis first session in the early part of '.he year, made an appropriation of $25,000 for an industrial school for girls. In itself this is quite inadequate for the purchase of grounds, erec tion of buildings and proper equipment of such an institu tion, and, lileo all public aid to the causo of education, must bo supplemented by donations from tho private nurses of thoso philanlhropically inclinod, and who rccognir.o tho nood ant val ue of culture in all linos malting for high and practlcalattainmont. That tho advantage of so curing the location for this in stitution is fully rocognizod, is ovidoncod by the already largo and daily-inoroaaing numbors of ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

-V ' w ; f4:fa ,4i73 "I f " W "- r r 1 LUMBER PRICELISTjOF Wm. CAMERON & CO., SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, SEPT. 20. 1901. COMMON LUMBER, Sw-' No-- 1x4. 1x0 1x8, S. 1 S Sltf.W 5lll.ro 2x10 Ship Lap atd 1x12 com. S. 1 S 20.00 UUK1 2x4,2x0,2x8 " 18.00 10.00 4x1,4x0,2x10,2x12 " 20.00 10.00 4x4 Rough Timber 12 to 21 fget lonjr 21. Oil 20.00 .'.xfi " ' 12to2V lection 24.00 W0 nnil 8x8 Roujjh Tlmbur 12 to 24 7cui lone 24.00 51 for ouch additional 2 foot over 24 fuel up to .'til 2 INCH TROUGH LUMBER. 2x12 and 14 Pino clear heart :i2.f.O 2.1.00 2x10 and 18 ' " .. :i7.f0 II.'i.OO 2x12 and 14 Cyprons clear heart f0.00 IT.flO 2x10 and 18 and up eypresa ulear liuurt . ... . ftj.fid f0.tM) CLEAR FINISH. 1x4.1x5,1x0,1x8 S. 2 S 27.60 2.'i.00 1x10, 1x12. Ux4, G and 0 :io.o 27.50 1x14, Ixl0,ljx8, 10 and 12 32.G0 ;!0.00 1x0 and 8 and 10 moulded casing and base 37.50 .Vi.OO Poplar nnlsh 75.00 White Pino finish 85.00 CyproaB flnUh 55.00 SIDING, FLOORING, CEILING AND O. G. BATS -8x0 Bovoled Siding pino 2O.00 ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

If" f. ) I The San flwielo Press, .l'0IIU8IIKt) BVKKY KIM DAY IIY IIuohiaw Bmiiii. 8 V PAIIOK SMITH A PARSONS BAN ANHK1.0. Ti:X. Sept 7. 11101. Subscription, per vear, ' 51i50 The Sn AukoIii I'rr so niton I b' In bar tronj with rtitj rc.idlni.' people uf Hie ureal territory ol Huuthvesl 'Ji-li, nml lltn oiil tifwnpaper l thl rurllla pctlon of rcrontry Itn vt ilunim urn dovotcil to hloek pfoworx, IIp-uIito mil r'nrmlni? newt, In Icropsnicrt with Home Iriduilrlnl nml useful Islor ntlon ClucMlnci nru information Whrn natlci or Information lmlinlr.l, hIwbjo t-ndooe two lo ktampH tor pnotiiKu hi.H oiatli.nery, urol your aiwwcr will tie either through Hid col unarw of the I'reiH.or by mull o noon nt lTBCtlcl)le Wmply ndilrcs us ahore luuructcd. Hdltor of I'rcsn, Sun A tiffin I a pmihimm'Ouh Utile Ckty of 4'M) iiopulittlnn, very nearly gpGO feet above the sea level, which pakcu It an Ideal pliitv for the In valid, an thu ivni. dry atmosphere Je not loo raro ' for those Buffering ith any co...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

1' rv? i GEO. L.fBBOTT. ACJENT FOR i PASTEUR HLACK- . LEO VACCINE. '' If you have tuUhlnp to boll llt (t ir you wish to nuy, call or a rue tue. Ollleo with .1. S. Mile. giHmmmimnmninHiimHHmnHHHtmiifiiimniHinmtt t J I HUFFMAN T L CLARK, 3 HUFFMAN & CLARK, ZZ. REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS 3 Z Office on Chadbourn E5 Street next to Pre? ZZ. OflKv. Deeds ana Mort gage drawn up by us. M Z Will Render and Pay Taxes on Lands. Will Secure r2 S Tenants, Collect and Remit Rents. Have Small and Large 3 5: Tracts of Land F6r Sale Special attention given to town s 2- property. 3 Siiiiiiiiiimtiiiutiitiiiumiiiiiimmiuiuiiiiiiiuaiiiituimi gj3tatfcsttum)iurjox Sonoro and San Angelo J MAIL, EXPRESS & PASSENGER LINE, Single Trip $4.00. S g Tickets for sal at J SV ICucnc?. Sonora, central Drujj Store Aujolo StiiRO loaves Sonora 4 a. in., arrive- at Sau Aujiolo :i p. m Loaves San Angelo 7 a. m., arrives nt Sonora 0 p ra. Stnjje makes through trina every dav. Sundai ucwpted. Good, Fast Teams, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 September 1901

tkti 1? ?1 fcV: L -AN p t I .1 re; " ' Tho Fair sells it for less. fatandard mowers, Findlater's Car loud of Buck Stoves. Consign your wool to March JJros. County court meets Oct. 7lb, 4iret Monday. It rays to buy ut The Fair. Phono 2G0. The celebrated Peter Schutt Jer wuyon at Fin dialer's. lr. Nick Ainott, of Coke county, lost an infant this week. Guitars, Violins, Mandolins, ptrinus, etc., at Allen's. Now lino neckwear just re ceived at Maich Bros. Dr. Box, ol Eldorado, was in tho city this week on business. It pays to buy at The Fair. Phono 250. Cur load of the celebrated "Wilson heaters at Bunelstein's. The Philharmonic club had an interesting meeting last night unci discourse some fine music. American Band, best 25 cent harp in the world at Allen's. Wo havu a complete line of unch goods. Roach & Keelon. Geo. Hagolstoin wont over to Robert Leu this week to inspect the new water works being erected for that town. t pays to buy ut Tho Fair. Phone 250. luatuig 75cts por lb, rp...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

r i Hiiimny! 7 - -f l Vt ""it rXF y $4 jPreM "j SUBSCRIPTION, 51.50 PER YEAR, Stock Growers and Brooders Journal ENTERED IN THE SAM ANOILO POST OFFICE At tKOOND.CLASSMAII.MA'TTE, VOL . 5 . SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1901, NO 40 raBmTTW r- " win in III 2fe Ungelo etfZ? T i gy .- ,.' CgfLfegj RyeandJfaterWheat " JUST RECEIVED. TAYLOR & Headquarters And All Kinds E WINDMILLS BEST GOODS FINDLATER. LOWEST PRICES. fr: 2 WELL SUPPLIES. iiiuiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiimiiiiiiaiaiiiiiaiimiiaiiiiiuuiiiiuaii Sugg Bros shipped iu on Tuesday 5 cars of horsos. Ladies' silk waists, the $0.50 hind, ul $-1 GO J no D Robertson, Jr. J. S. Miles has bought the Henry Deeriug mansion and will take possession by Nov. 15. If you want your stove polished and set up for the winter seo J S Miles. The incoming passenger train on Monday morning killed 47 sheep which had strayed on the track near the stock pen. Ladles' Tailor made suits, the $18 kind, at $12 05. .Ino D Robertson, Jr. S. T. Butl...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

.i MSp ) rw?1r-? . i..- -r- mi i i ii , "''"" ij i 'II i. mi mi , TSSSmTmmm r it TH6 San flnofilo Press, i'UIILIHIIKO KVKItY K1WOAY HY iMtMMlHMITII. 3.0 I'MlUlES SMITH A PARSONS ysr, , , Ban Anhklo. Tkx. Oct.. J, 1001. Subscription, per vcar, $1,50 The Hon A twin rri" nlm to be In lir joony Willi tin- rt'iwlInK iitoplc of the kiuui mftory ol Houthv.i-i ipim, ind n lle focl h!piuur iif thli fi-rlllc Bcrllon of ccuDtry lUicoluintm nrc devoted lo Stock rrOwrra, llrculrr" inl Kurmlnf new, In Kripentd wltli lloiiii-. Ititiiivti l;il ami useful tsfor Htloii .... . , Qut-illiirm.iiid lnf urination When nil vlco inforniallnn fodcilri-d, nlwiijs i-noluso two Pe itaDiiN for postiiuu mI Mntli.iicry, und your nnwu: will lm rlthcr through tho col tuna of tho I'rrss or liy mull km miod uh SfrCtlcubli- Wuill wldrvMt iw abovu trucltd, Kdltor of I'rcwi, Bnn Angolo is it pronporous lltilo nty of 421)0 population, very nuarly flflOO fcut above Urn sou lovul. will. Ii psakos it mi Ideal place for tliu ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

W 8$! m? wFff$&FF3i&F'WlsW'i. rf ' ' -3 GEO. L. ABBOTT. AGENT FOIt PASTEUK HL.ACK LEOVAOCmB. If you bavc antbln to soil lint it If you winli to troy, call or writo umcowitb.1. s. Miies. pnwnimmwimnmiiimmmmimwmmmmninmima CJI. HUFFMAN T L CLARK 3 HUFFMAN & CLARK. ZZ REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS H2 Ofllcc on Chadbourn Street next to l'rus olllce. Deeds ana Mort gage drawn up by us. S Will Render and Pay Taxes on Lands. Will Secure E2 Tonants, Collect and Remit Rents. Have Small and Large :3 gS Tracts of Land For Sale. Special attention given to town ; 2, property, S SiiiiaiiiiuiiiaiiUiuuiiiiiuiuuiuiiiiiiumuaiaiiiiimiiiaS Sonoro and San flngelo MAIL, EXPRESS & PASSENGER LINE Single Trip $-4.00. Tickets (or stvlo at J. W. Kconcb, Sonora; Central Drug Store. Angelo Stago leaves Sonora 4 a. m., arrive" at San Angelo ;i p. in. Loaves Snn Angelo 7 a. in,, arrives at Sonora ft p. m. Sta'e makes through trips ovory day, Sunday excepted. Good, Fast Teams, Comfortablo Uacka....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

...!- afc fJ r-" ' " " kfjTwnwro- f V rtni. aia),'iiwii W5$F r.i' fi I' i I , i if I I? ' I n I if y, y-l TIig San flnosio Press, I'UIILIHIIKO I'.VKKV FltllMY HY Nn)HAMj3flTil. 8 0 f'Mios 8MITM & PARSONS SAJ ANOKfXI. TlK. Oct.. , 1001 Subscription, per vcar, Sl,50 Tho inturtiiiliouul yuoht races do not soom to bo going nil our way this lime Tho Stuto Legislature, which litis occupied two oxtra sessions, dickering over an appropriation bill, has at last incubated and adjourned, passing the bill. A few good business mon could !iuvo done the sumo work iti much less time and about as satisfac tory. In tlio Sampson Schloy investi gation, Schloy appears to be getting along very nicely, al though thoro aro a number of skittish witnesses in the case, Samson, lllco a torrapin with liro on its baok, is manuging to got out of Ins hull, and it may bo ho will now tell tho facts and throw the true light on tho whole muttor Judee H- D Cochraa Dcori- Judgo W. D. Cochran, one of lompiess brighte...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

xTrvypr- 'Wiilw,i,if- "WIJ' ALL THE LABIES LIKE PRETTY, NEW, STYLISH DRESS GOODS, cm 5 B MEN. THIS ACCOUNTS FOR OUR BIG TRADE ON DRESS GOODS. Ever since the arrival of our new stock, no lady cares to buy DRESS GOODS two years out of date, simply because km they are cheap. The ladies in this section of Texas want the Newest things in Dress Goods. They know what the Newest things are, and they are flattering us in a substantial way, by saying "give me six yards of this," or "five yards of that," i.. . . . !! ! i '-i n..u4.u:n:n-i.i fij.i. j. r .1 ingtonave me an up-io-aaie sun maue, anu &ui e um& ij uib nanery we appreciaie, iviaKe a tuss in ine casn go drawer. Satin stripe Albitross and Henrietta, for shirt waists, in all leading colors 75c per yd. French Flounce, in white, pink, rose, blue and gray, 65c per yd. Wc would like to have you compare these goods with old style goods at some other ptorco at 75c per pd. 60 inch, two toned, Broad Cloth, for suits and skirts. Sells in...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

V it i :.i rr-: Jf .. . , , . - i tiai'- jBmC-"- ,r - HjLW v xtbjI ! vr.rv onman loves to think of the time when a soft little body all her own, will nestle In hsr bosom, fully satisfying the yearning which lies In tho heart of intv good woman. But yrt thrre Is a black cloud hovering about tho pretty picture In her mind which fills h'.r with terror The dread of childbirth takes away much of the joy of motherhood. And yet It need not be so. l;or iomellme there has been upon the market, well-known and recommended by phyalciani, a liniment called Mother's Friend vhir.h makes childbirth as simple and fasy ai nature Intended It It Is a strenf;tr'eninn, penetrating liniment, which the skin readily absorbs. It qlvM ihe muscles elasticity and vigor, prevpiit-, sore brfasts, morning sick ness and the loss of the girlish figure. An Intelligent mother Ih llutler, P.. Haym " Wcro I to ni-id Mother's 1'rland iiKuin.I would oblnln U buttle l( I had lu my $5 per botllu for It." (let Mother' friend...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

lOlW r " ,rFwwM'r,rr-f" ?V M-! 1rrrvr- " T '? ,.y w t"-?7y 1 Getting Old? Feel Drowsy? TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX RYE WHISKEY. 'it creates circulation unci tnake you feel young again. It's good any way; either straight, toddy or high hull. The host ever llowod from a still. s S0LD 0NLY BY EDDIE.MAIER, SAN ANGELO, By tho driuk, bottle or jug. able. Polite attention and alike. '& -v.r You Con Got a. Team Like this at the Brick Front Liveru and Feed stable, San flnuGlo, Texas. J, W, ELLIS, ProDrletor. K I Am A(jent for t he Rnm o i00 1 Ralbst and -2 SchHtz &tf T o.vc mo o j& Fort Worth ""T "-""'aIso llanillu Soda Wotcr and CUcr, Best In the Market. AUGUST ALFANZ, i LAND AGENCY, 1 Established 1885. w Ranches uud Lands for sale, in large and small 1 bodies, at low prices and upon reasonableterms. & Chas. FK, Dfctiley, g San Angelo. Texas. J? t ROBERT LEE LINE. Wo run good covered hacks daily between San Ange lo and Robert Leo. Through trip, $2.00; round trip. $3.00. Make conn...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 October 1901

Krttfffitf j , j , , in i i H i "l I t .1 Hbt.duid mowers, Findlator's Consign your wool to March Wros. W. 0. Johnson, of Miles, wus n town Monday on bubiness. The celobiuted Peter Schutt lcr vugon ul Findlulor's. New lino neckwear just re ceived ut Muich Bros. J. A. Kuy, of Austin passed thiough bun Angelo on Monday. Robertson sells 5 pounds of ood calico lor $1. For cooking a n a Heating jttoves see J S Miles. Mr. W. H. Allen is contorn fluting building u residence jjoon. Bee those $5 Suits for men. Thoy ure world beaters. March Uros. The celebrated Peter buhu.Lt lcr wagon ut Findlater's. Henry Evans, of Sun Saba, wus registeitd at the MoDor jnott this week. lioys suits at $1.00, $2 50, $8 mill up lo&b&0. JnoD Robert pon, .Jr. Stop will) Hill Carr at Elk florn blablo. Sherwood, Texas. Mrs. M. Smith, of Lampasas, yms rogisteiecl at the MoDer jraoltthis week. Dain hay curriers (Go Dovils) ut Findlulor's. Cur celebrated Bucks stoves and runges just received, C & f J Jrlug...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

.. &&J.M W8S V4'AJ-;. ,jei fflMA. Predd. SUBSKlPTlON, 51.50 PER YEAR. Stock. Growers and Breeders Journal. tNIERCD IN TH N AttOILO POST OFFICE Al SCOOND.OLAIIMAILMATItR. VOL, 5. SAN ANGELO.TOM GPEEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1901. NO 42 t-wtwi it Ungelo era? w "ifc Jftr - - 6 $H&$$h&$ WM, 4& u m tr iiiu ne Martme Furniture jjouse Is in position to sell you any kind of Furniture at rock bottom prices It leads in this feature. Cheap fur niture is a specialty, as ihero are more poor folks than rich ones and we cater to the everyday trade. Big bargains in Paints. Want to close out my whole stock. It will pay you to cull and investigate if you contemplate needing palnf. WALL PAPER, at greatly reduced prices 124c for double rolls, Have oome other papers that retail anywhere from 40c, 50c and 05c. my price is 15c, 20o, 25c nnd aOc per double roll. CALL AND SEE ME. $ M. W. MART IN E. $ -- - $j. Cli'adbourne Street Phone 237. X $$$$&$$ Chicago Live Stock Capital...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

?! . I t it v . .' " 1 li h ; r l Tli6 San ftnoelo Press, POULIBUKD KVKIIV K1UUAYJIIY JJpmilAW.HMITII. 8. C, I'AKMIKI SMITH A'PARSONB Pan AKOKI.U. 'J'kx. Oct.. IH, iuoi. Subscription, per vcar, 51,50 The Bun AnKi-lu rrciulmi to lie in Imr cmuy vrilti ttiu rmtiiriK pL-upm nf inu weal Mrrnory in huulbwuM. uiw, ami Hie lOCttl Miwupi'l't-r hi tliw fuiulii oeutluii tit country. lUcuiuniiM u"t (limited in nluoK orbwi'is, llit'ttlcni jntl KhmiIiiK lien". In-tciVCIM-l Willi llutl.c, lnuii.ilil.il lll.U UufUI I lutor Hliiin ,, , , UuehilUkhHiii) liiliirriiution When iiilvleu Of JDIUIUlUliOli lhlllMlt.ll, lllll enointu l HI) fc un,i,H lor pitnluKu ui Miitioiiur, uml juurmuiKLi wuiLi! oiilicr ihruuKli inu uol union (it ibti l'ri",r liy iimil in outi ms fxwuiluitulv hiu.i'ly nuiim-i ui iilmvi! iMiruuiuil, Ijllturiil I'ruhH, bun Aliuli) lw ii iiubx'IOUm llt.lu cHy ot J-"u ioiuluiu)ii, very Hourly 2trUUrei hIjoio tnu m'ii luiul. ilil.n makes It an lilual pliau lor tlm In Tttliu, iih tl) uukii, ii...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

irmw: V-.' HMHnHnHflBHHHMH I A COFFE 22 I LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL! The consumption of LION COFFEE has increased immensely, and this coffee is now used in millions of homes. The grocers all over the country keep us busy delivering LION COFFEE to them. You will find no stale LION COFFEE on his shelves it sells too fast to grow stale. Why? Because it is an absolutely pure coffee. Ourrto Strength, Purity and Flavor. Please bear in mind that I Wittch our next advertisement. is not a glazed article; it is not coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it a better appearance. We do not need to resort to such measures we have no imperfections to hide! - In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and doscriptive list. No housekeeper, in fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in tho list some article which will contribute to their happiness, comfort and convenience, and which they may havo by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Hea...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

- frWllWwl1T U i V &- 4 I (5 The San flnoelo Press, I'UllI.IHHKI) KVKKV I'lHDAYIIY NF.KIIIIAVIHMITII. H.O l's!f.iN- SMITH A PARSONS 3A.N ANfJKM). TBX. Oct.. I, 1001. Subscription, per year, SI, 50 Arbuekle Bros, havo (id vnnood tholr brand of coffee J cent per pound. Russia, it is reported is will ing to help Undo Sum in tlio Mis.H Stono kidnapping case, but tlio latest reports aro tliat the band wlio bold liur lias dissolved. Hotting on Hie innyoraPty of New York is going on at a lively l'iito. Low appeal's to liavo tlio most takers and odds aio large ly in his favor. The probability is that Judge M. D. Slator, of Llano, will go before tho Congressional Con vention of his district as a candidate for Congress against the Hon. James L. Slayden. Should Judge Slator bocorao a candidate for this position and receive tho nomination ho will be olectod, for no bottor man lives in that district, and his friends aro many. Tho Dopartmont of Agricul ture at Washington announces now that th...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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