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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 22 September 1904

JBHffT" - JV-517 "A A J IPW"? W&.xtrsW-.-'n -r, ar., - -" t , $ ' fV ft J "" . VJ, "" "j jr"TtJW 'r"j'T' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,' THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1001 I'm 4 VA rv THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. omt! r'mnlv mourni" hU 0 .mf jfc. . vfi. iM.i ' A Weekly Nkwh I'ui'ur of iind for u (tenter ' B K ' 8in AfiKulo I W( WAYLAND& SlRUtillJRS, I ' Ifi ' Publishers. l- 9ft imEb' Stibicrlplion Price SI. 50 n Year , ',' ' J" i SAN ANGELO, TEX. SEPT. 22 1004. -" rK-I Dcmocrnllc llckct. For President: Alton Biiookh I'akkkii f Now York For Vice-President: Iln.vitY 0. Davis of Went Virginia For United States Senator: Oiiah. A. Cui.iikhson. For Oovornor: Samijki. W. T. Lanham. For Congressman, 10th District; W. R. Smith For Representative, 102d District: I). M Wkht. 0. B. IIllDHI'liTII, For District Judge: J. W. Timminh. For District Attornoy: W. O. Hhookh. For County Jutlgu: Mii.ton Mays. For County mill District Glork: 15 1) DUflUAN. For County Tux Assessor: A. I) Wkht. For Count...

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. — 22 September 1904

f mm-:- r' " T,,r'S" " ' ' ' ' "..'..ti .M.-Y. ?. ..." " ?tf.t ?vi r vi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1904 Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nntl Avlilch 1ms been iu uso for over 30 yenrs, 1ms Ijoiiio tho Bijriintttro of SrfP yc n,,t l,as lccmnatlo under his ncr- 0L7vK527 sonnl supervision slnco its Infancy. wss. 'wtw Allow no ono totlccclro you hi this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nml" JuHt-ns-gnol"nro lmfc Experiments thnt trlilo with nnd endanger tho hcnlth of Infants and Children Experience) against Experiment. What is CASTOR1A Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms mid allays Fcvcrlshucss. It cures Dlnrrhwa ami Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and Dowels, giving hcaltliy and natu...

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. — 22 September 1904

:;t';'' v . nan-in ' ' ",- '"ilWmov , t V ' ,! Hfi'ifwrlW3'W"?'nn"' w3w "r !f "T'w;'.-jT;yp' -;-j"-nw jS?'Prp?r"'"r,r7PJ3 " - ,! nT"' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS,', THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1MH jflHDEMOMVMAiMHfiHMriMiM.. , .m3P iP7rlwifW!l,T, 1. 7 IPP W!llPWI?fW!'!?71!SV??W!l' njwpTW'-'- ,- ;IV-' .-33939 '.a - V i J i I f 1 Ri 1 1 i P IK v 0 999999939199939999 Pecaijs Waited We will pay the highesi mark et Price for all Pecans, $. OFF FOR ST. LOUIS. W Miss Manilc Norton (Joes to St. Louis to sec the Pair at the bxpense of the San Angelo Press. m lA HB Sigijiai) & Co, 6e6e66esg6&66$&e6g& a W to i a) ti ill ) ) li t; -1 SOCIETY, i Howling Party. Quito nn enjoyable ovoniuK was epont at tlio Turn Veroin Hull Inst Thursday, a few couplet) hiiying gathered thoro ior n social divor Bion, in tlio iinturo of ten pins. Sonio hithorto unknown high tal ont wns diBcoverod, some of tlio ladies proving adepts nt tlio game. MiBB Mm Foreman jiuido tlio liighoBt score for tli...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 22 September 1904

nragH Vy.TFWVWV&l'K. ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1904 fhiijriiiii STA. COOKING OIL MAUI2 ONLY IN McCmiUlOR, TEXAS. Is nB much purer than lard as n vegetable is cleaner than n liogl Ordinary cotton seed oil in no tnoro Star Cooking Oil tlmn petroleum is kerosene. J. B. Taylor, 0. A Probundt, S. H. Keeton, For Sale In San Angclo bv J D. Rawls. A D. White & Co., W A Cochran & Son, J. H Gilbert & Co., March Brothers, John Freohind. mHHNHI -See that beautiful line of outing' llannel for children nt Austin! Spencer it Co's Mrs Annie Rhodes and children, of Llano, passed through Monday en route to Sonora . , -Drees Goods in all the lotest de signs just received at Austin Spencer & Co's. Rev. Porcv Jones, Rector of the Episcopal church, returned from -Mobile, Alabama, Saturday. -If you wont a Gauo tailored hat 8po Mrs. Alice Simmons. -Houses to rent J T. II. Taylor was T. Thomson in Saturday from Reugau county. -For fresh groceries a...

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. — 22 September 1904

'-ijr::Trif7:. - ". 'mmm"""m"r' ii viMNi"" 'It ,$WWJ'!?$tf'"?J"". wip'-Hr" v - t-vyTrin- w 5 '.fTE5JSpv J- "H?" t. "f.1""'- TfT- wgp?1- "V" ' ;;W?fefi,x S" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1904 8 rJffiawJK& If ' V lK ft - B( ' I- 1 ; mi H f". Is! 1 I i j i S 8 fii 1 ep ....BLfOKSMITHING.... Horseshoeing, Bicycle, Gun and Lock Repairing, Repairing of all kinds done by those who know how. , a; all work guaranteed CLARK & LIVINGSTON mcn9Mv&w9&M''mMonli'omfirv, Ward fe Co., or was ) eA Dairy, I l.av piirhaced the inter-st of Sidney Evans in the.Iernev Dairy, and will continue to fur nish my "UHtomer with the purest and freshest .if MILK ani CIIKAM. coipiiNl apaMs, Photjc No. 365 mMMMmnMvwmwmBxwwmaamK .. hf.T1 j i . . III, The Wild and Wooly West. It might have been prcpor to speak of thiB section of Twcas as the wild and wooly west years ago but today ; well Times Have Changed We were serving the peoplo of West Texas then as we are eorving t...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 September 1904

r ; t .W ' SAN ANGELO WEARS HER GLAD RAGS ON OCTOBER 18, 19, AND 20. COME! THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. m . '1 VOL 8, NO 39 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1904. BntcrcdlntbcSati Angelo Post Offlloo Sccond-clngBmnll matter IMV J '. m&&m:wmt&&wkm.mk?k:m i a farming surprise Cotton Shipments. We ask for Cotton Shipments for the reason thnt those who have shipped us during the past 81 years hnve been pleased with the results . We have more buyers than any othor market in tho 3$ South and this competition gives 11s the highest price that can be obtained. 9K No one handlim; cotton can be satisfied with the G. results until they have consigned cotton to Houston and J to us. Win- D. Cleveland' & Sons, m Lotion raciors, & SI Houston, - Texas. M 0 V fttm Hto "VM mm M VV 4H B p tfV W v tfp. p l I Pecans Wai)ed We will pay the highest mark et Pi-ice for all Pecans, , m m '0 -a-p f - v ill Hi Hi li Hi vi; Hi Hi ja mt. m ja kjh tmmor m. wa .n n " '"'...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 September 1904

,( $&JWWW9S'WG9feftteftCt ET . it "i : , THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SANfANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 1904 ; 1 f w Wn nrn lintnlliiie Hmnnt.liilH' tt nico in Oroaiuory Butter. 2 Onll for "Prlmtose " Pitt up iu HonlfJtl, uir-tiglit packugos. Wo guurunteo ovory pound to please Silas H, Kceton, PHONE 93 9 Jnps Propose to Do Itiitllc. St. Petersburg, Sopt. 20, 5 p. in. Tho ciuiHO of tho oxtroino de liberation in tlio Japanese ad viuico on Mukden wus oxpluinod by u diiipntch received from Gen ornl Kuroputkm tliiH morning which indicates Unit Fiold Mar shal Oyumu Iiuh not yot concen trated his forces. Fresh troops uro constantly urriving at Bontsi aputzo whilo others which recent ly roachod Lino Yung aro march ing up tlio Taitso rivor to Sian chnn. TIicbo roinforooniont8 pre sumably coino from Japan . As noon as tlio folirth JapuncBo army at Siauchail is sufficiently strong it is now ovidunt tlio Jujmnoso in tend to roHort to thoir fuvorito (lunking tactics, move a formida ble array...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 September 1904

ti T? 'PpT THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1904 1 '' ILK . 'miCi Good Furniture is chenp furniture, but cheap furniture is seldom good furniture. Good furniture is economical for the reason that it lasts better und Apologies Are for its appearance. It always looks well. Our business is that of selling good furnituro. Wo make it to our customers' interests to buy good furniture, ub it is certainly to our interests to sell the good kind. Our prices on good furniture are as low as is consistent with the quality of goods wo sell. Mrs, E, C Letter to Prof. J. S. Abbott, San Angelo, Texas. Dear Sir: You are u teacher: here's one for your boys: If the painting costB two or three times as much as the paint, and one paint goes twice as fur us another, how much are thoso two paints worth? If Devoe is worth $1.50 or $1.75 a gallon, how much is the other one worth? How much is a gallon of paint worth anyhow? The answer is: Depends on the paint. , The reason is : ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 September 1904

fffiT TWTS&iEu. ""''MIPS1 " ! " T W 1 : --.v .- '.,,'- ?2'iI-.iSAJ. 4i j 4ffiYyflllrrffnn ' SffyEFi.rWrti wSwmiMaffiflBKMiiiMIMMMMHMBWBBMKMBaTE gih I'li-i-i-iin dtiM'infciiii -r - 'arrari Tiaaa iiiiwwiHwwMTTT ill iii m "iHni iMMinn'iiffi n i ffiffflirrriiiiTmTBmwwiTiTfc-'i-tmffTfni'im-'fr i,"ir-,ii"r - .. ?-.f- ' . , r ':'. tl I t i," ; t i, v & 'JUh.hl'ar-1 m : V.V m- " Hk," 4 THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS, SAN' ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 1904 Sjp ,' ' .. ' ' ' ' . i . i m . 1 1 I,,. li THE SAN ANGIiLO PRESS. Kf , jlkL ' ' A Weekly Nr.us I'liptT of und for n greater Jafefj- San AiiKfli) 1' "" flL), WYLANI)& SIKUntliKS, IC$; Publishers. 1;,S, Sf Subscription Price 8150 ft Year SAN ANGELO, TEX. SEPT. 2!) 1004, Dcmocrntlc Ticket. For I'roBitlont: Alton Hkookh I'aiikkk of Now York For Vico-I'rosidont: IIkniiy 0. Davih ' of West Virginia For United States Soimtar: Chah. A. Cui.iikh.son. For Governor: SAMUKI. W. T. liANIIAM. For Congressman, lOtli District: W. U. Smith. Fo...

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. — 29 September 1904

w , . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1V(M ' .r" f - - 3 ftSTQRl AYegctablc Prepncilionror As similating live Food niuincdula ling the Stomachs anilBowcls of Promotes Digcslion.Cheerrur ness and IksLCoiUalns neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. TSOT "NAILC OTXC . v afounrSAMunnratsn ftmpluix Seal' AUStnrut Rxk.lUS.ttt- JlfjfmvHt -DiCariauUiSiiia I Hup. foul -CtmlUi Aianr hijttftyrrtn Haver, Apcrfccl Hcmeily forConstlpo. lion, Sour Slomach.Dinrrhoco Worms ,Coivulsioi5 .Fcvcnsh ness mul Loss of Sleek Facsimile Signature or new vonic. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Sought Bears the Signature of EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Vfca s& Ax AV a -i bjji faX Use y For Over Thirty Years THI OCNTAUII tOMMNf) KIW TOR CITY. STOCK NEWS aimmnmfmimimmmiHHimniHimnimnimmnifnmg TRAINING SCHOOL por Boys and Girls. A Christian school ideally located. There are five buildings with study hall and separ ate boarding departments for boys and girls. Full corps of...

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. — 29 September 1904

fl" hm . i ?; Wfiltwi ipjij iWijwjwlerM' mjjiw JJ ' prwt'5'5J5 ",Tn,Ti "nwr--- T THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 190-1 tN1- anam, . ,r-.- . HP" :; I: ! s J: . i n io ni i oraay s Lnampion ioper Simpson Johnson with a record of three Bteers in 10S ui-coihIb Au. IHtli. 1001, litis just 'phoned ih to ship hitn one of our famous 7J saddles ut once. Here iH auotliur t"Bti inoiiial received yesterday: Hie a Ranch J. T. Sterling" City, B.C. ALEXANDER & CO. , San Ang-elo , Texas. DEAR SIR:--Your letter With the saddle came to me in due time, and I am g-lad to say the saddle is perfect. The boys are both well pleased with their saddles. Inclosed find check for $47.50 to pay for last saddle. I am yours very truly, J. T. DAVIS, '& It gratifies us to see that our efforts to please ' j i tiro appreciated. When in tlio city mil in S and let ub show you our stock. the lurc'st 3 ZZ. in Western Texas. 3 B. C. Alexander & Company I uMiuaiMmiuiumuiuiitiwiiui...

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. — 29 September 1904

y ;,, wTrrggg3 Km. ''ypfftrsF. r :mpfffW THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, fHURSDA SEPTEMBER 29 1004 7 J JOJHS3SS32E3EKEKCV I J7V1 21 COOKING OIL MADU ONLY IN iMcdRt-aOR, TUXAS. U as much purer tluui lard a hog I Ordinary cotton seed oil tlmii petroloum is ke rosene. J. B. Taylor, 0. A Probaur.lt, S. H.ICeeton, Stock News. Leo UroB. sold to 1). P. Kenne dy 15 horses at S50 around. Leo Bros, sold to J. S.Todd and Moore Bros. 120 one and two years old graded Hereford steers atS12and!j!l7. D. P. Kennedy was here last week buying horses for the Fort Worth horse and mule market. He made several purchases here and left for a trip through the Ozono and Sonora country in search of horses. Jackson it Murrah sold for Georgo B. Rappleye to A. W. Newsom it Son, D. B. Newsom, of Memphis, Tennessee, the Rap pjoyo ranch on North Concho just above Water Valley, consisting of 8U18 acres of land, ranch house, farm machinery and implements, a number of horses and about 000 head of cattle. Consi...

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. — 29 September 1904

ii. IFWrmWVs',"',T't'w"' YW" i V 1 .1-'-f-lW.r- "wt THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1004 y I 0 I, 1 H a I r i, t Is h' -1 1 i If '4 oap o p t9 iw ....BLflOKSMITHING.... I Horscs:iocing, "Bicycle, Gun and Lcck Repairing, Repairing of all kinds done by those who know how. X X ALL WORK GUARANTEED CLARK & LIVINGSTON ataiw&ao twwawawwmanMWBMwwmm MVtMMMMx)iixXHnMMMmitmmrtmmtiMMMMBtimHMxMinmmiiim m New Dairy, m 1 have pur'-hased tlio interest of Sidney Evans m in tho Jersey Dairy, and will continue to fur- " iimli my customer"? with the purest and freshest ni MILK and (REAM. 5 coiplN apaMs, Phoijc JNfo. 365 2 MMMMBHmmMmmmttMMMMHmilialmUMrcMlmit (ft Q Q '"'-7-'jX.-" ) fh !! ITS' I The Wild and Wooly West. It might have ln't'ii pre per to speak of tins section of Texas as tin- wild and wooly west years ago but todny ; well Times Have Changed Wo wen serving the people of West TexiiB then as we are serving thoin now. That was many years ago and in tho tim...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 October 1904

-yiM"M" t wvirmm 'mvr -it. vimW ,' ' yVltf Jjjgfl vrwT-flfii s , j- ''nsrww! FIVE THOUSAND VISITORS ON OCTOBER 18. GET READY OT ENTERTAIN THIM. I VOL 8. NO 40 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1904. EntrrcdlnthcBao Angelo Post OtUlio Sooond-clais mall matter ' mmim C". $11 i a 1 !5lN g Cotton Shipments, i We ask for Cotton Shipments for the reason that those who have shipper! us during the past Hi years have been pleased with the results . We have more buyers than any other market in the South and this competition gives us the highest price that can be obtained. No one handling cotton can be satisfied with the j?S results until they have consigned cotton to Houston and g to UP. & "'"" Urn. D. Cleveland & Sons, & Loiton ractors, Houston, - Texas. 'M I Urownwood Wnnts Freo Delivery. I Tho Bullotin man in conversa- tion with Posjmaster Smith learns that ho will, as booh as the mat ter of numbering tho streets and houses has been nttended to, make app...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 October 1904

r x W!V?SI THE SANANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TJIS. T'r IT SPAY, OCTOBER 6, 1904 'A & Classified Advertisements il ifflfc f B. C. ALEXANDER & COMPANY IAE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE VlANUFACTURERtt oftheFAVlOUS CONCHO SADDLfS l ?F v - r ? We are also the largest manufacturers and dealers West of Fort Worth in Har ness and all Hosre Goods, Buggy Robes, Saddle Blank ets, Bits, Spurs, in fact every thing the horse and horse man needs. ?w M W Por Snlo, our saimlus arij a bo 111 a1an and COMFORT TO BHAST. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS TI1UUI; IS NO QUESTION BUT WHAT WI2 CAN SAVIJ YOU MONIiY. V LOOK FOR THE GREY HORSE. .J Santa Fo lixcurslon Rates. Mooting GruiKl Chapter Order EiiBtorn Star, Galveston, Toxas. On sale Out. Otli utid 10th, rutu $14.85. Encampment Grand Lodge, I. O. 0. P., Coriicnmi, Texas, On enlo Oct. Oth and 10th, rnto $I0H5. Mooting Grand Lodgo Unitod Ordor Silvor PIoooo and Loaf, Palestine, Toxub. On Halo Oot. 10th and 11th, ratolCS0 Mooting District Modical Asso ciation of Toxas, Yoaku...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 October 1904

v . fflmmmwn L- lvn v9- iJ.T r " "T ""i 'arsrTWF'f " "v jj-'jpjf ? fTTTCfyWHyjTTVO wwwppi?f r, ' THE; SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1904 ' " i' 'I ft f 't5' :,..: Coach Excursions TO ST. LOUIS r "The Texas Road." Via i 1. & G. N. Extreme Low Rates - TO THE World's Fair October 4, 8, II and 15 Through Chair Cars and Coaches. O SWELL, 3 IS TRAINS DAILY Seel, it G. N. Agents for Particulnrd or write, D. J. PRICK, Gen'l. Pass, and Ticket Agt. Palestine, Texas. For Cattle and Horse Buyers. 100 Bills of Sale bound in pock ket size book, 75c per book. The San Anqei.0 Pkess. Win, Hughes, of Eden, waB here Thursday. -Wilson Heaters, tho only heat ers, at Hugelstein's. Ask your neighbor. K. M. MayeB, the well known ranchman, waB registered at the Landon Friday. -Wilson Heaters, the only heat ers, at Huge'.Btein'B. Ask your neighbor. gmmmmmmmmmnrnng 1 PASTURAGE S I have excellent pas 3 luragc for 2000 cattle. :3 5 Plenty of everlasting 2 5 water and first-rate p...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 October 1904

f. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGSLO, TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 l04 H .1 f M T 4 I vr. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly News roper t unit tor n tfrvatcr Sitn Angelo. WAYLANl) ft STRU TIIIiKS, Publishers. Subicripllon Price 81.50 tv Ye&r SAN ANGELO, TEX. OCT. 0 1004. Democratic Ticket. For President: Alton Jiitooss Paiikku of Now York For Vice-President: Hknuy G. Davis of West Virginia For United States Sonutor: Ohas. A. Cw.iikkson. For Governor: Samuki. V. T. La.vham. For Congressman, 10th District: W. R. Smith. For Representative, 102d District: I). M Wkst. 0. 15. HOIISI'KTH. For District Judge: J. W. Tl.MMlNS. For District Attorney: W. 0. Uhooks. For County Judge: MuroN Mayh. For County and District Clerk: Eo Ducioan. , , For Countv Tux Assessor: A. D Wkst. For County Treasurer: J. 1. HumiAN. For Sheriff und Tux Collector: J. S. McCNNi:r.L, For County Attorney f' Li:b Ui'Ton. For County purveyor: J. T. IIakmon. For Commissioner, Precinct 1 : J. S. Milkb' , " , For Commissioner, P...

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. — 6 October 1904

'.vjrJzt&xiWk'HfWh ...'ti ....rrrT ii ' ," "" ' -jKsere4awiBAttix,. ... sit j , . . .,. - . . .. ""'" r--" "Ty w frTf ? THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER 6. ' 4 .4T LMSE& STOCK NEWS Tho Kind You Ilitvo Always Bought, r.nl which has liccn iu uso for over 30 years, has homo tho signature of n& llll(l lms liceiiiniulo under his pcr- CrCJT'r' sounl Miuervlslou since Us infancy. wwr. 'CUCSUK ull)W lo )UO todocclvo you in (his. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnrt " Jiist-iis-f:oml'nrc hub Experiments that trlilo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR1A Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic fiuhstanee. its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhiuu ami Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Trouhlcs, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assim...

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. — 6 October 1904

r,fa$t' M jjMs BT . ' I . 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 6. 1904 9ifFr, l ILi ,1 4 i 4 5 J. Suits For Youths Most people in West Texas know this store to be the one where their dollars go fartherest To those who have never visited us we will say that if you want a suit of clothes you can save a nice amount on every purchase made here. We have men's boys suits as cheap as $4.00. A good suit for $2.50. Another good one for $1.25. Come See. I Austin SpenGertt 6o. 1 SflN ANGELO. TEXAS X 1 SOCIETY. I Lnndon-Foreman. Miss Nottio Mai Foroimui and Mr. James Caughoy London wore morried in the nrivato porlor of tho suite of rooms occupied by the bride's mother ut tho Lnndon Hotel, yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. WeoniB Wootton, of tho M. E. church, performing the coremony. Only u few intimate friunda of the contracting parties woro pro8ont. The brido wore a hand Bome gown of champagne brocado crepe do chino with inBots of dyed laco and hand work. She carrie...

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. — 6 October 1904

Sl,. Vlhfetf1: ??!, t-rT THE SAN ANSELO PRS55, SAN AN32LD, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1001 AUSTIN SPENCER RETURNS ,ff Went the Length and Breadth of South Texas and Told of the Qteatcit San Angelo Carnival Ever. Austin Spencer, who since he left Sun Angolo last week, Iiub been over the whole of South Texas unci has incidentully been presented with the title of Colo nel, returned home Tuesday. Mr. Spencer Bays the peoplo of South Texas want to hear about West Texas, the peat-proof section, and listen eagerly to whatever one from within its bounds has to say. He anticipates an immense crowd of visitors from South Tex as and Buys the people down there are anxious to Bee the Bection of Texas with the famous metropo lis of which they have heard such wonderful stories und road such marvelous accounts. Mr. Spencer says he waB treated royally and declares that the trip has done him physical and intel lectual good aa well aB being the means of bringing many good peoplo hero to see what San An...

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