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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 October 1904

W 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, S N ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. l04 IT iS SERIOUS. (? ni miiijTrm ji iijli ii iip 1 1 in - niiw .lip in. i in iiii jmijMUmi.miM I ....BLflGKSMITHING.... iiiiww iiairawwnwa i l. P ' Some San Anuelo People fall to Kcnllzc the Seriousness. (?' '' 'Pitt. iiitvuriiiit lift II I I iff m( f.linl J-1 i ! i ! I! 'i I o.-s,c..ocing, Bicycle, Gun and Lock Kcpa.ri;. ,. Repairing of all kinds done by those who knew how, 2Z X ALL WORK GUARANTEED CLARK & LIVINGSTONf (( :KT;r-v"cxi()XJxui4?'j.aaw i eA Dairy have ptirclniHcd the interest of Sidney Hvnim in tlin Jersey Dairy, niid will continue to fur nish my customers with tin purest and freshest cf MII.K and CREAM. conpiivi apaMs, Phoijc No. 365 UUMMM,'MHH"a9Mmm'fm'rtim! San Angiilo Opera Housk SATURDAY OCT. 15. A Survival of the Fittest! Twenty-Eighth Trlumplunl Tour Richards Ci Pringle's FAMOUS (ICOKGIA MINSTRELS Introducing the Bio 6 Gomedlans l.UinrcilLE I UWCLL PETfi WOODS o PAT SARTLETT BILLY YOUNG HAITr B...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

Wflfawqc-,, ,." t ! nfii y Sf -tfjW-1 '"V"" y. . ' j- : ds&$ "if . ? " '"p " - T- -, OLD GLORY GREETS THE BREEZE TUESDAY OCTOBER 18. GET READY. tUliiveiHiiy - . ? jyy?iyTOJj f" I- Mm ' '; VOL 8. MO 41 f- CT l-f AlTlrir Clolhcs MvKrM FeJl and Winter Men's Wear Exhibit V BUYS WORLD'S FAIR Wo request the pleasure of your presence tit our up-to-dato display of exclu sive stylus in Men's, Youths' and Boys' CLOTHING, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes The exhibit is most ntithoriutivo. and embraces tlio stnnrt cst nnd most correct stles for the new Reason. It you desire your apparel to be distinctne nnd original, up-to-date in style, tailoring and fit, liv all means see this exhibit. To try on one of our suits is the test vi ask vou to apply to our clothing It is a fair test to us and a satisfactory one to you. We sell only clothes that fit, wear and satisfy. Our showing of Sehloss Hro it Co's. Hand Tailored Cloth ing i" now complete. When we mention the name of Schlos, you know what high quali...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

?( tJ"STV y-f-. y fjl" .vm'irl ' V"" T - J i W ,, fHE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1904 Dorothy Doc3d Shoes for Women, $3.00 a Fai We Buy What Yovi Have to Sell ek.nd Sell What You Have to Biy 0 r. -, Q r I 1 I l Q I () 1 rf 1 ! i 1 1 C S If) i P I ! (I) 0 High Grade Wearables V For Men, Women, Misses, Youths, Girls end Boys The March stores have exercised a great deal of care in the selection of their fall stocks. Not a detail has been overlooked, not a thing has been slighted. :: :j: One of the things of which we are most proud is our ready-to-wear garment department. Here we have gathered together the very best things shown in the fashion marts of America and Europe. Here are Ladies' Suits and Wraps of the very highest grade at the very lowest prices. Here are Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Misses' Wraps and Children's goods of the very latest weave and make. Come here before you have bought, 'twill do you good to see what the March Stores have. X X X X X...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

-'jp-' 'SFfniff:rri",T'W - Tr h-jto,- , ' "(-"? v-r r - -vy -- .- - - THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1904 . 'vtfyy'i Z DEATH ROLL II died Santa Pe Excursion Rates. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., limit Dec. loth, $12.50, 50 days SU5.-10. 10 S28.55. Austin, Texas, Texas Presbyte- 18th and Philip Somerfleld Alston. Ptitlin Qrvmnrdnlll Alnt.Oll at his residence in East San An-Irian Synod, on sale Oot gelo at 4 o'clock Tuesdoy after-; 10th, rate SU.VO. noon. There were with him nil Kansas City, Mo, American the time of his death his mother, Live Stock show; on sale Oct. 15 his wife and his wifo's mother, i to 10, rate $2iL 05. Mrs. J. 1$. Wildbcrger. I Victoria, Texas. American Free iMr. Alston was oorn .un ', ! Mission Baptist educational con vention: on sale Oct. 18 and 10, rate $1-1 -10. lSTri.und had been here for tin" benefit of his health for about two years, a portion of this time being spent at ChriBtoval. Ho was originally from Cl...

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. — 13 October 1904

.iMBIKBlligiMgyiV'. .- jHfi;:gy? ??SK& . . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,'THURSDAY OCTOBER 13, 1904 mMBE T5jFwP?TRM TUP; ,R?TS?B!rTV!i -WlSffiWJP I' 4 or;r. .i IH04. I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. H A Weekly NEtts 1'ape.r of iind for u Krrnli'r H Ban AfiKclo. WAYLAND& SIKUTIIHUS, Publishers. Subscription Price 81. SO n Year ' K i os-ta- , 1 ! . SAN ANGELO, TEX 1 j ' K I ! m i mr ttviit' ; n u sm oi u c.ii. v Milium I i V H f E, 6 shoulder to the wheel. There's pulls the bell cord on a passenger fJ( M1. WILLIAMS, M. I). work for fill who will come. And train may homo day become gen-1 it is poasiblo that Tom Green oral nuinugor, or tlio uraKoman fntiltl imiHtfT up otiottjIi Votes by may bucomu a director of tlio election time to untitlo her to! company. Stranger things have three votes in the convention, i happened. Democratic ticket. Kor President: Alton Bkookh I'aiiickh of Now York For Vicn-I'n-Hident: JllJNIlY 0. Davis of West Virginia Kor United State, Senator: Giias. A...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

rtW'W V .. ' . tft! -if tt ypij- TnBTT'r"T. ' fair's" rfw" i' THE SAiN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER '3. tan in- ,- r srw -, Jv"3s5 MiHBHHHiI 5 "M w " " lyAimmmasii ANcgclablcl'rcpnMlionrorAs-slmilallnglhcrootlnntlllci'tila-liiiglhcStomuchsiiiulLJoweisor gTfTOWWtUfrfftSWgW gjaxif,T:;,iw.uuyAta3 ,it, . Fromolcs Digcsliou.Cliccrrnr nessnndltcst.CoiiltYmsnpillicr Opiuin.Morphinc norMutcrul. TnOTXAIICOTIC. nuveormdUrsivamaisii MxSrnHtt lUktIU Sallt tnu?Srrd Styirmwil -IH CritmiUr-Sala Ctrjt'tti .fttoV hliLrytrrn flQivn Apcifecl HiMui'dy foiTonstinn Non, Sour Stomach, nintrluicn timl LOSS OF SLEEP. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Gutting contest and- Tournament! The Carnival Association Will Pull Off a New and Novel Western Sport on the Occasion of the Nineteen-four Carnival. ,A. M I of Aw .&UM ! AF 1 1 ( tjft1 fa if V . Ub i hie Simile Signnlure or Si I , ; Thirty Years aiM.Mm. j If fill llilifli TMC OCNTAURCOMW.NV, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

jgMBHpp"l':!,i"'f,?"''' ' 3T.t'?niiff!w'1R''ri''"ir'i!''""'5 "f11 ' pFrr "'5rw"W nr THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 13. t?04 BB9K!BTSfwWrPfl!BBi-H.ti)it'Wj w wvi t t ?.'.', ... v -?'. MM.. I I ! Si V i I I I it u ,'M H m v. !? 1 j i K' ! 1 : v WELCOME v CeurnivJ Visitors Wishing your visit to our city one of prof' it as well as pleasure I wish to call your attcn" tion to some special inducements to be found at my store during this week, For this week I offer my entire stock of handsome, Up-toDate Furniture at the very lowest prices to be obtained, Your visit and inspection of my stock will convince you of facts contained herein, A ways remember the Cheapest and Best Furni ture House in West Texas. Mrs. E. C. Fitzgerald : A Judicious Inquiry. A well known traveling mini who visits 111" drug trado HiiyH ho has oftun lieard druggists inquire of customers who askud for a cough modicino, whotlior it wiib wanted for u child or for an ndult and if for a child thoy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

'fltw : r rryv'?fYTr.iryjg MwwniJiu u.uam ftesS' rTT'-wyv?"' 'i''??T,7,T,Ts!8WR THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER J3 lftOi rinnfiivifif! JxrlitnrfirntYinnlT ' iL. Ljaaoiucu nuvciuaciiicuia Por Bnld Foil Sai.k Stock farm 10 miles of San Angelo, to cat up in tracts to suit purchasor, from 50 acres up, at $8 unimproved to $10, $12 and $14 improved. As line land ns tlierc is in Wet Texas, good water and plenty ot wood. Bui lay, Trinimier it CS rimes. Han An gelo, Texas. Over Harris' Drug Store. HStf . Foil Sai.k Nice set of Saloon fixtures. Apply to Emorv Fore man. "Oi.t I'Ai'Kiis. 13' per hundred at Tlio l'res9 ofllce. Any Tiiixo You want trans ferred on short notice call up D. 13. Cocreham, phone 19 2!ltf Foil Sai.k Two lots for eale 50x190 fenced, with growing trees, $000. Alo one five mom house for rent. Mrs. Sprague. Foil Sai.k Six mom residence in South San Angflo. two large Jots, city water works, cistern, fruit and shade trees. Will be told cheap for cash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 13 October 1904

. -'' ai ii 1 1' mini ii i i r"?"FTf T Jrv-;'jjpiyTlBn7jT' - C" -w- 'T'TV "' 5 "7T""T!-" i THE SA.N ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 190 I J 6 K ( tx- samfflmmmiiiiffliimmmmmmmnmmiinmmmmiiiiimimmimiimiiiinmmmmm it is SERIOUS. "This is the Way .of the Wise" Goijipl ete Service 12 SfVIN Splendid Trains OUIS 2 Some to OF COURSE YOU ARE GOIN lit-!, us IiiiiuhIi you with literature p I train service, etc. Ask the '1 icket Aw ,. W. Hutchinson, Trav. I'nsi's. Afjent, San Antcnlo. it Ve t til" lllll nt or uilili'i'-s ling hotels, L I! i i -, W. A. Tuley, General I'nst'r. Agent, Fort Worth tiaiiiiiuiaiiiiiiiiiitiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii !ESEZ3EniB!!S2SZZ!H3?H !fc ragging Ruiisjj Hi 282.') Kpi'Imv St., CiiicAfio, fi.i... Oct,, 2, 1002 I MiilTrn-il with fitlliiii mill con gestion (if thu womli, with wvito iiaum tiirouuii tint groins, i hiii furcJ tcrnlily fit tin' liiim of men iitnmtimi, liuil Mauling ln-inl.ir ln-rt mn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

i ? C At , ; ? . $,f 7rt- 'A" ', ;; u: AN ANGELO P VOL 8, NO 4t "M . , l SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2o, 1904. Kntrrcilln the Sm Ancrlo IVnt Offloo nsUccottl clius mull mutter rKy3& Bit's HHI Hflh IHHHMBlCMflH BbJB HnBHHIHI'QP hbe qw . J J ROYAL Baking Powder MaJkes Cleen Breooi With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands, no sweat of the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest facility, swccl clean, healthful food. Full instructions in the " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" book for making a'l kinds of bread, biscuit and cake with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to :.ny address. ROYAL (J1KINO C-" !V I' CO mnwiLlMMSI H6W YOhK. Calf Dramllng Contest. Ono of the bust und most Wes tern attractions at the Carnival will ho the calf branding contest. ThiB now attraction waH added at the suggestion of .Mr. F. L. Harris and with the financial as sistance of Mosser Tom McCIob key, .lake Allen, Fred Schmidt, B C. Alexander and n number of other public spirite...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

i k V " - 1 "V " U ' V THE SAN ANGSLO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 100-1 KV i i i i t - 2 - i r- r , i Mi ' i 1 1 i I J Y'.- t 4. V THE BEST CARNIVAL EVER ..ST ST shipped from 1 e re up to Saturduy 1 tl irr t,. !";() llllIlM WI'IC ID tllO pllb- San Angelo and the Carnival Has Drawn (he Crowds and Has ! ho cotton van! unci it is intimated Entertained Them in a Manner Satisfactory to All,!11"1.1. i!f)0 ."''"'. Inhl hy furmoM. More Espccia'ly the Visitors, .Sun Angelr.'s Carnival of 1001 will poss into limlnry us the iiiohI successful (inn ever held. The crowds thunks to the exocp tionally low rules given liy the Santa Fu wero lurgo, larger tiian over befoio. The attruulioiiH wore lil'St-clllSS. Ropillg WHS ()' COIUS" m iHHod. hut tin- niuiiiigonient docs not feel conscience stricken on that score us no advertising was Hunt out leading t Ii people to look for a roping contest Tlio first day saw tlm largest crowd of visitors San Angelo ever had. The second (lav fotit.d ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

pF- i7 '4 ' K "i jh "7 " 7JVJ3y THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 20. 1904 t I: y. j. 14 - i i m w w 5ai2 Angela's Carnival Complete Account of the Program as En ected at the Fair Grounds, Together with the Principal Awards Made in the Va rious Departmental Exhibits. From Tuesday's Daily. The Carnival opened very au spiciously this morning. Tho weather was vory pleasant unri the visitors began to arrivo at the grounds at an early hour and by 11 o'clock this morning thero wub a large crowd viewing the exhib its ami patronizing tho lunch stands, tho (lying jinny, and the peanut and popcorn vendors. Tho "radio wheel" man did a land oflico business and gathered in ninny shekels. The tournament, riding did not como oil' at 10:150 this morning as advertised becauso of lack of entries of mon 45 years old and over. Tho old gentloinen wore skittish. MoBt of our old stock men aro Biich prosperous, happy old chops that they haven't time for exhibitions of their horsoman...

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. — 20 October 1904

Pff-'NpSfiP ilsflVW-WJSP .f",' 'WH I14' iyft, """i'i ""ii',i" ' i'. f '" - . s$w tTi "''7" r -,- Y THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 100 J IflMIIMiyill'lll i i'l ""' f U' r I 7 Si- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nf.wh Paper iif mill ror it (fruitier Ban Annul. WAYLAND& SIRUIIIHRS, Publishers. Subscription Price $1.50 n Ycnr SAN ANGELO. TEX. Of.T, 20 1904. Democratic ticket. For President: Alton Hinmu- I'akkiiu of New York For Vico-I'rt -iiili'nt : JIhniiv U. Dams dl Wint Virginia For United rttnts Senator: ClIAH. A (Jl'MIKIIHON. For Governor: Samuki. V. T. Laniiam. Kor Congressmen, I'lth DiHtrict: V. It. Hmiiii For Representative, I02d Dislriul: D. M Vi:ct C. 15. llnci'KTii. For District Judge: .1. W Timmish. For District Attornoy : W. 0. BlIOOKs. For Oounty .Judge; Milton Mays. For County and District Ulork: I'll) Dm. (.AN. For County Tux Assessor: A. D Wkxt. For County Troasuror: J. J. J 1 PITMAN. For Shorill' and Tux Collector: J. S. McConnlll. For ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

?v? fritftl'. - jm, - r - (jtc TTT If; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. m s' nwJ El&k&iiMi Tho Kind You Tlavo Always Bouglit, nml -which hns been, in use for over HO yonvs, 1ms homo tho signntiuo of yP -' rt'i'l has hfiMi made uiiiliT Ills icr- CGsrL&f?'?sUA Honal wtpervlsloii hIiico Ks Infancy. . cccfUK Allow no ono todocoivo you In this. All Gniiiilorl'ults, Imitations mid "Jusl-as-Kood" tiro lint Expoi'iiuunts that trlllo with and onrtniijjortho health of Iiil'ants mid Children Kxporloneu against Experiments , nr vrtO I A Castorla is ti harmless substitute t'ov Castor Oil, Pare goric, J)rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic. Mihstanee. Its ugo is Its guarantee. Ifc destroys Wormi and allays FoveiMiness. Jt euros Diarrlueu and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troiihle.s, euros 1onstijiation and Flatulency. II assimilates the Food, itgulntcs tho Stomach and Uowels, giving healthy a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

H?f ' tJSi :: 1 I'lg'W,"'!" I XJ r h. v ! U" - ' ' " THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, l"04 UWH tfr r . fe.f'TM Ik" I ' , , ; ' j y tc A i San Angclo Club Reception. Lust Friday nilit f October 14. tho Sn.ii Angela Club rooms were tho Bceno of oiio of the nnst suc cessful roeeptians over hulcl in San Angolo. The Club rooms wore beautifully mid tustofully decor ated in Oxford rod mid white bunt ing, tliu lights lining shaded with similar colore, while the whole seonowos beautified by pot plants, HhrubH, ferns. jinlniH, etc. Now piccuros, presents from some of tho Club's appreciative lady friondu, ndornod tho walls of tho parlor and reading room. Cozy cornors uddod to tho enjoymontof oumnorod pairs who wanted to "sit out" tho diiiico. Hcatitiiul hand made sofa pillows and lloor cushions placed horo and there added to tho attructivoness of tho rooniB. Hut the zenith of attractiveness, exceeding oven tho beauty of tho blooming pot plants und'eut (low ers, exc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

v s ifW THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGFLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1904 A H a LOCALS PROM MONDAY'S DAILY. Lawrence Guthals is improving. -&Vver gallons; wears lougor; Devoo. S. L. Henderson was here from the much Friday. -If you want hay call 220. J. 0. Woodward. J. M. Sliiinn in. of Ozonu. wop in the city Friday. -JaclcBon it Murrah, Fire Inur unce. tf Arthur Wilson went to Fort Worth yesterday. -Window Glass nt Smith it Robertson's. A. A. Glovor, of Bi'own'wnod, was here Saturday. -Good Alfalfa hay at Neoley Bros D. P. Kennedy, f Coleman, was in Sun Angelo Friday. Lot Smith it Kemp do your hauling. Phonos Jit! and 425." It. T. Baker and wifu, of Sutton county, left Saturday for Austin. .T. S. Miles, expert embalinor and funeral director. Phono JJ. George Ilolmati, of Ballinger, was in the city Friday und Satur day. -Wilson Heater.-), tliu only heat ers, at Ilagelstein'fi. Ask your neoighbor. S. E. Gantt and wife and J. C. Landon and wife returned from St. Louis Sunday. Sho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 20 October 1904

fflHP ,rt Tirv rigrum Hi, iri ,it. -3J T- rv-.; lltK s B8,"llfli""","""""' irlti iAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. (904 i i innyimHniniiHiniHniniininiinMiHiHinnHnttni'iiiiHnniMHminminiHiiHiiiMtnnin! it is serious. "This is the Way pf the Wise ' ' Gorripl eie Seriice j:W Splendid Traiijs 12 S fIN T LOUIS OF COURSE YOU ARK GOIN ; Let us furnish Mm with literature relative ti tie- buildings, hot-la, Low IiAtk-. tram service, -t . AhI; the Tn-Ut AK-it r u'bi.o.-n W. A. Tuley, General I'oii'r. Agent, Fort Worth. J. W. Hutchinson, Trnv. I'nsi's. Agent, Son Antonio to 7aiiiiiiiuaiiiiiaiiiiiiiiitiiiiiaitiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimiiiii Have You Visited the Fair? IF YOU HAVEN'TDO IT NOW YOUK TICKliT SHOULD UliAll VIA THE RAILWAY FAR EXCELLENCE POUR STYLUS OP IICKIHS SOLO DIVERSE ROUIliS OPPEREI) YOU WILL PEACH ST. LOUIS IN THE MORNING YOU WILL START FOR HOME AT NIGHT II' YOU AKE IN TERES I EO, JUST ASK THE SANTA FE AGENT HE KNOW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 October 1904

L P-rg"wnar. na "3 lrt' ltiyr --j-y ffayw " K THE SAN ANGELO PRE VOL 8, NO 43 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27,"l904. Hntercd In Iho Bun Ani?oo Post Offlco ni Bccnnd'Clnss mall matter -..'"- ' ' -- Pt"1 --i -k - - i I,, - ...,., .. ... ' ' - , 1HLSH. 1 r r" -, -. , ,, , . . . ' rr rue 9 ' v I B ' 1 - if ' ;M J- r 5 Fifty Years the Standard Mi tram pure mm of tartar dr5vd frapi grapes; PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. DISTRICT DOCTORS HERE Physicians of District No. 4 Hold Third ! Semi-Annual Meeting In This j City During Carnival. Tho' third semi-annual meeting' of the San Angdlo District Modi, l cal Association mot in this city J Tuesday and Wednesday, October IS and 19. ' The mooting was a very profit able one, both from an intel lectual as well as a social stand point. Among tho papers read, in which a groat deal of interest was taken, were tho following: "Remarks on Medical Diag nosis" Dr. J. II. Grant, Winters. "Tent Life and the Treatment of Tuborcolo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 October 1904

j' , kkstt 7- ". IiT'-fia iliinf nii1 t ft JWSW " :sH;j & x .' THE SAN AN3ELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1004 1 X . a f - & i.i fl HOME GROWN CATTLE V. Davis Joiif.s of tile Bismarck Perm Highly (irntlfiud With His many Premiums at Carnlvgl. W. Duvia Jnix'H, of tlio Bis marck Hereford Kiirtn, jh to Imi congratulutod upon li is huccosh in the Carnival Cuttle Contest, huv ing won more first, prizea in tlio registered Hereford exhibit con test than nil other breeders com bined. Jkiird, u Miroo your old bull of wonderful scale and finish, won tlio blue ribbon in his oIhhh and alflo carriod off swcopstukeH honors. Miss Ikard is easily tlio greatest Hereford cow that was over soon in the Conolio Country and also won the class prize for best cow and sweepstake Luuru, the yearling heifer, Birod by Imported .Sentinel, at tracts a great dnl of attention, winning first in her class, and having close second in the sweep stake contest. Air. Jones was also awarded first...

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 October 1904

V SmmmWs ippBHWwWWWwiiwwwWiiiiwi 'i in - . ' ' ' ' '" ' -V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 27, 19C4 71 I Post Office to go South The Post Office Will be Moved to the North East Corner of the Landon Block vhere Improved Facilities for Handling the Mails will be had. The San Angelo Pout Office nt au early dato will bo moved to the Landon hotel building. This fact becamo known in San Angelo Tuosday wnon Mr. J. 0. Landon received a telegram from an In diauapolis post office flxturo Iioubo apprising him of the fact time his proposition had been ac cepted by tho PoBt Oinco Depart ment at Washington. The now poBt offico location is an ideal one from evory point of view. A now net of (ixturea to cost nbout $13000 will bo installed in tho new placo. A vault suffi ciently largo for tho UBes of tho post ollico will be provided. Hoat, light and water, as woll as a modornly equipped lavatory aro included in the list of things called for in tho departments ad vertisomont...

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