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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 October 1904

jMMHyWWiMBPMMBBPfBPlHBMWWQPWIMMWCC-dfa n m . "fe i"1 '"1 TTT'T -' " -TTtrc'-""---'r-:&L:grtr'J r r Vj'v l?!''iJV,'.lltp?fr;' "i"1 v" iTWfw' Tj& J ' ill ft I J f !' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. SAN ANGELO, TEX. OCT. 27 1904. gfp- 4 Ere HB;)'' A Weekly News Paper of und for a ((renter KV, WAYLANI) & STRUTMERS, ' Publishers. g, , O' $- Subicripllon Price 11.50 a Year wwEKL i K I r ' i r. . . . 1 ' , . i ft 'V.llt F if, .; a. THE SAN ANGELO'PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1001 Democratic Ilckct. For President: Alton Uhooks 1'aukkii of Now York For Vice-President: Hk.nuy G. Davis of West Virginia For United States Sonutor: Ohah. A. Gui.iiKitao.v. For Governor: Samuki. V. T. I,anuam. For CongroMHiniii), 10th Diutriut: W. It. Smith. For Representative, 102d District: 1). M Wkht. 0. 15. Hl'DSl'KTH. For District Judge: .1. W. Timminh. For District Attorney : W. 0. Uhookh. For County Judge: Mii.ton Mays. For County and District Clerk: F Duuoan. For County Tux Assessor: A. D...

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. — 27 October 1904

- - jHfrgjffirT"! y i" " .iw- .i fsHT" ?i"lca'). J3m T THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 iJTj ' ' " .... ' 1fBf JW SA' " ii. mumVi. , . , -i- - "unr.-mL, Mr 1904 e I & jvnviviiBn STOCK NEWS i ' AYefJclable Prcpnrattonror As similating ihcFootltinilBcdala ling the Stomachs anclDowcls of Promotes Digestion-Cheerfulness and ncst.Contalns neither Onuim.Morphiitc nor'Minerdl. KOT RARC OTIC . AtpeafOMJ)r&WUn.Niaitl mptut Sutl' JUSmtut HtkttUSiJu- Jllfsmanl - Hi CeibontilrSMtL ftmft'rJ ifliair hintriynwi ftanr. ApcrTccI Remedy forConsHpn Tlon, Sour Stomach.Dinrrhocn nml Loss of Su:ni. rac Simile Signature or NEW YOHK. L EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. -S For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of a M J9 a I . ft ' am Air UP ft F in ft a Use U For Over Thir ty Years THI Of NTAUR OUNr NtW YORK CITY. afm!HmH!!!!n!!!!!Hmi!!n!!m!!!!!!n!!!!n!!!!mmn!nin!!nS W. 3. Cochran & Son, Dealers in Groceries, Grain and HtxyjcMc 'PHONE 364...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 October 1904

- j ? 7,4 '.-, V t'.S THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1904 A fBfc 6 a , cm m I1 l J - ix 5 il i "A I 1. i jfi' Ksvt - I PKT Good Weather to Paint Don't put off painting till next spring. Do it now Weather conditions are good; no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and Jeopardise eood results : no Gnats and flies I & to stick, to the fresh paint; the paint put I nn Nnuf ntnm Yrr1iTnn atrainct winter u storms. Sherwin-Williams Paint MADE iO PAINT BUILDINGS WITH is the safest paint to use. It gives the best protection at the smallest cost. If you're going to paint this fall Ictus talk to you about S. W. P. I fy. . f V BUILDINGS WITH KCOlM sold Smith & Robertson, LUMBER, LIME and MUCK. San CZngclo, 'Texas. SOCIETY.. Alustcr-OIIIcsplc. Mrs. Aiinio E. Gillcspio, of So nora, nnd Mr. W. T. MtiHtor, of Ft. Worth, woro nmrriod in tlio lnttor city, Wednesday, Oct. 12. Tlio brido is woll known in West Texas nnd bus a hoBt of friends who wibIi tlio hap...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 October 1904

it V 1P7' & BMmmr 7m THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1904 1111 s -Highest prices paid for cotton seed at J. D. Rawls' It Rufo Wright wont to Ballinger Monda' on business. -Jackson & Murrnh. Fire Insur ance, tf U. G. Taylor loft for the San Antonio Fair Monday. -Window GIobs at Smith & Robertson's. B. W. Schockley loft for Bee ville Monday on business. Fresh Oysters, fried or stowed, at the American Restaurant, tf Tho King K Modicino Co. Show loft for Bollinger Monday. -Go to the Edgowood Bar for your Fine Wines and Whiskies. A. M. Fulton, of Chicago regis tered at tho Landon Sunday. -Ragsdalo makes photographs good ones at ronsonablo pricos. 2t Stanley Tumor, of Water Val ley, loft for tho San Antonio Monday. -FroBh Boor always on tap at tho Oriont Saloon, It L BoBton, proprietor. tf Alexander Gardner and wife loft on Monday's train for Mon tarey, Mexico, -Tho Jatost in ladieu Bkirts now on display at Austin Sponcor it Co's. E. W. Martin, o...

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. — 27 October 1904

'18 m. EffitWV? Tyrftf-f rf'?plyt! t 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1904 mwwtimm i. i 1 " " r t M ' i . tu You're Sure To Get Ymr Money's Worth When You Buy a Gallon 9 Planter's Pride Whiskey For $3.50 I lmvo added a JiMi and mail oiimiii department to my business to moot tho growing demand for thiB class of goods, and proposo to givo my patrotiB a iikttkii nrticlo of whiskey for ffl.W por gallon than is boing Bold nt that prico by any house or firm, oithor within or outsido of tho state You can Hafoly mail or Bond mo your ordors with my assurance that you will always got tho same uniform quality of good, puro, wholesomo Liquors. I will also ship four full quarts of tho abovo namod goods, packod in plain boxos, for $51.75, T. H. McCLOSKEY, Corner Saloon, San Angelo, Texas p. g. 1 will continuo to carry my usual linn of drab class goods, iinportod and domestic Wiiiob, Iji(tiors and Cigars, tho best money can buy. J. S. McGonneii, Proprietor of the San...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 November 1904

J WW, .y 'i j! . - V "T t'TW nw fr"'. AN ANGELO PRE UnmM-itv VOL 8, NO 44 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1904, Hntcrrdln the Ban AtiKclo l"o Oflloo us Bcaand cliws mall matter viT,w?Tfytf,?iwHiHiasawa?,?spx v wwfr -ndiwr'Y'r'' - r tu, "' f ' "t --'wj.-v, - , .- . . v h f v -j" tnifvm.i.iBmiwamm H v Jm ' w3lMMBME3MBn!SK!SMMiifllMK9!!)MMMflMiHiM 7w 1 - ''it ',1 I '!Bb. 'is! i i I il ROYAL Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder produces food remarkable both in fine flavor and wholesomeness. ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. That Drownwootl Excursion. Tho excursion thut left this city iu tho early morning hours of Friday was a success. 115 ticketB were sold here and by the time tho train reached Browmvood there wero 500 peoplo aboard. Tho crowd was well behaved, very little rowdiuess being shown. The train reached Browmvood at 0:40 Friday morning. Tho forenoon was spent by tho Ban Angelo delegation in "bum ming mound" and "seeing tho town " There was nothing d...

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. — 3 November 1904

".siH? 4, V,!" raK '" -BIN ' , f tf . fr' w. h l: h s.1 4 I i V. l 1: "fBp., 2 - 1 HE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 1001 WOODMEN RESOLUTIONS. Local Cnmp, W. O. V. Passes Reso lutions Relative to tlio Preven tion of the Spread of Consumption. Tho following letter iintl dnift of roBolutioiiH ib Bolf-oxplmiatory. Tho lattor woro passed at a roconb mooting of tho Woodmen f tho World by a unanimous voto . Hnn Amnln. Texas. Oct. 21, '01 J. T. Thomson, San Angolo, TexnB. Doar Sir: J reply to your inquiry, as to whether or not tuberculosis ib contagious or '; factious, vo Bay tliut tho medical profession is unqualifiedly of opinion that this disease is in fectious, and that it may bo com municated in many ways; aa, for instance, in tho dust of tho street, or from swooping a house, or beat- iHiriiii .. lite WH'l ll'OIIl IK'd ilrinkinif founta lis. for uso should bo removed. rJ hat our ordinance against ox tinntnrntinir on tho sidewalks Bhould bo rigidly onforcod. T...

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

W'BHM9BftflSi1-JKJBHia1LiaC7W t;Jw LwPPi'i y- i, W??!Wr$i i- . "' v " I mjHMMN "Kryr"1. , nil i" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1904 SPMiWBKgWMWlP p7raHB5TjEB WattKIBKK'KtfTmSfWEmM ' '"' '' T H'r -sMSPfi.VK' : PWVTTf".' ' "' -r--w . ' ' ' . . ) SAN ANGELO CATTLE AT SAN ANTONIO FAIR raised BroB. ; raised o. g. age First and age First and Lccdalc Hcrefords Take All Prize Money In Registered Class and Also Some In Range Class. San Autonio, Texas, Oct. 18, 1004 The following ore the pre miums in the range cattle and Hereford classes: HANOK CATTI.K. Best ten head of Texas raised range steers, any breed, 2 years and tinder U First. Louis Hogg. BeBt ten head of Texas raised range Bteers, nnv breed, 1 year and under 2 First, Lee Bros. Best ton head of Texas raised range cows, euch of ten head to have calf nt foot First, A. G. Start; second, Lee Bros. Best ten head of Texas range calvee FirBt, Lee second, A. G. Sturtz. Best ten head of Texas range steer calve3 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 November 1904

ppw . wHmwmpwhwmuJzzzsE fcudiiMjLiiLi.jt.' J j m.m. J , ' - i , ,,4 FlUrfimi 'w ! "'"r " . . - r- " " n - ' i4. i li t C 15 W ! It THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 1001 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly News Paper uf Jtid for n rcnter Ban Anueli). WAYLANI) & STItUTIIUKS, I'ubllsticrs. Subicriptlon Price Sl.50 a Year SAN ANfiELO, TP.X. NOV. 3 1004. Democratic Ticket. For I'rooidont : Alton Hiiookh I'akkkk of Now York For Vico-Prcsidfiit: JIknhy G. Davis of West Virginia For United Stntos Senator : Oiiah. A. 0umikh.on. For Governor: Samuki. V. T. Ijanham. ForCoiifreHsmnn, 10th District: W. H. Smith. For IlopreBfiitiilivu, I02d District: I). M Wi:T. 0. H. Hriisi'irrii. For District Judge: J. W. Timminh. For District Attorney: W. 0. llnooici. For County Judgu: Mn.mv Mays. For County and District Glork: K Duucian. For County Tax Assessor: A. D Wi:t. For County Treasurer: J. I. JlumiAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: J. S. McConnkm,. For County Attorney: Li:i:...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 November 1904

I , - THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 1904 m o J t. W - - r STOCK NEWS Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought, and wlilcli lias licca iu uso for over 30 years, 1ms boruo tlio slgnnturo of nnd litis been made under Ills per- TyV 7, soiml supervision slnco Its Infancy. C&CCSlWi Allnitflinnnn (nilnnntvn vnll til litu. All Counterfeits, Imitntlons nnd " JtiHt-ns-gootl" nro Imt; Experiments tlmt trlilo with and endanger tlio health of Int'auts nnd Children Expcrlenco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Caslorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains noli her Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevorislincss. It- cures Dlarrhiua and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural slcon. Tho Children's Panacea Tlio...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 November 1904

MHHpMMBOSS Wl Sdu MUHWMfU 1 iiln ail mf 1 fli -rV Wj"-f"f-j'- J -- -fWJ-jlii, T f HE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 104 S&&3 4.vfc' Ik T 1 1 t' I 1 1 ii I '. I l,' IF' irf1 ' . SOCIETY. Miss Vcck Entertains. Miss Mary Vock entertained party of hor frioiulB ut the com fortablo homo of hor mother, Mrs. W. S. Vock, on Concho avenue, Monday night, tho occasion boing the anniversary of hor birthday. Sweet mimic wbb furnished the guests by tlio Mexican orcliestra and refreshments were served. It wib a very enjoyable evoning for those who were fortunate enough to present. McCnrty-Cnrroll. Sunday morning at 5 :80 o'clock Jud McCartv and Miss Willie Car roll wore united in marriage, Rev. M. M. Hitchcock performing the coromoiiy. Thoyloft on the early morning train for San Angolo whoro they will hereafter make their homo. The groom is a stoa- dy young man, talented at his trade, and of pleaBing addrosB. IIu IniH a pouitiou with u leading firm of San Angolo a...

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. — 3 November 1904

i Jjh wmiamwtr?m ?-1 i 1 ' , v,"4 "r,(- I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1904 -J. - i ' 1 To The People Who g Put Up In Wagon Yards HE: Whllo visiting San AnL'olo, I woulil respectfully solicit 3 5T a portion of your blacksmith work. I believe I can z3 CT savo you money as I have competitors who are paying r3 ES somo of the yard men ten cents on tho dollar for all tho X3 2Z. work thoy will send them. I cannot do this, as I do not 3 CT consider that legitimate or honest In the man who bujs r CS or tho man who soils. J . o & j o 3 v v J. J. BLACK, s (liiiiuiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiuiuiiuiiiamiiaiiiiiimiiiiaiiiiaig Allison Nowsom returned from Templo Friday. -Window Glass nt Smith & Robertson's. J. 13. Gregg left for Dullas Fri day on business. -Now Straw Huts nt Mrs. Alice Simmons'. It N. S. Patterson went to Miles, Friday prospecting -Window Glass at Smith & Robortson's. Joo Funk and wife returned from tho St. Louis Fair Friday. Soo R L Boston at...

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. — 3 November 1904

, jul uj-,. ... . .'." w ' ." ..".'..'i'v :' ' ..iiilHBHBBBBBWIiiBMra& TI HBin " """ -i- "ii,. iltV ' A nr m f, IIIIT I f I ' if ' I ' I t i a V: ! i ' 1 't . ,i I ' 'a .W ,i! U 6 1' Mr 4 1 xjj I5 1 THE SAN AMflKLO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, .904 You're Sure To Get Ycrnr Money's Worth When You Buy a Gallon of Pinter's Pride Whiskey For $3.50 1 havo added aJU and mail oiidkk department to my buniiiMB to moot the growing domand for this class of Roods, and propose to give my patrons a iibttrii article of whiskey for $8.50 per gallon than is being Bold at that price by any house or ilrm, either within or outside of tho state. You can safely mail or send me your orders with my assurance that you will always get tho same uniform quality of -good, pure, wholesome Liquors. I will also ship four lull quarts of tho above named goods, packed in plain boxes, for .i5, T. H. McCLOSKEY, Corner Saloon, San Arvgelo, Tcxxs i s -I will continue to carry my usual lino of first ...

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. — 10 November 1904

"i i sab . . w " ' ( ' v3ft'i A ""Sal I ' ' -9 $Rll 1 mm I THH SAN ANGELO PRESS VOL 8, NO 45 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDA Fifty Years the Standard cSEp Santa Fe President Here President Ripley, gf Chicago, Accompanied by Corps Cf Assistants in Management of Santa Fe bystem, Pays San Angelo a Visit.-Party of Business Men Meet the Offcials ctf Show Them Around. V Hi k Jai BntcrcrtlntlioSnn Anuolo 1'oit Offloo iih Second-class mall matter Crevinette OVERCOATS BAKING PONDER Made from pure cream of tartar derived from grapes. Mr. 13. I'. Iliploy. of Chicago, President of the Atchison, lopeku and Snnta Fo Rnilwuy Company, ....,.? tlm irrontnst ruilwUV SV'S- W14U Ul w .-.----- . - toniBof the world, acconipjunoa bv First ico President .). . Hendricks. Vice President and r- 1 Uniimmr W. C. Xixoll 01 Ul'llOIBl ...... ...,,... - --- in . I 1 .....I Cimfll 1.11 the uull, uo oruuo aim sihub ...- , - - . .!'.. ' i c- :..f..,wlaiif. mv n linnrovomeiits. tll u. w ay, ueneru. o n, -...

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. — 10 November 1904

' K: , ""Wf 'vywwtmi" furivr j l,'" IPT 'njwssr'r jr " "!r "" 'vTT1T77,'f??3p? THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER JO 1001 rrv iSS JbT- ' 2 imp ' ' ! IK ISHMMHHMHmHHmnBBHHHHHMMHHHMMBHI a I Grand Clearing Sale of Embroideries In order to clean up all odd lots of EmbroiaV cries preparatory to the reception of a full stock of new ones for early spring, wc have gone through our entire stock and marked them down Wc propose to dispose of every yard of them and will do so when the ladies of San Angclo sec them and know their real values, The prices arc as followsi v? V2 All odging mid insertions Helling ut OJc, soino of them 1 J inched wido, Homo wider go at pur yard only, jt t4 v 4c All 10c edges and insortioiifl, cambric, nainsook mid muslin will bo sold ut, pur yard only, c c . o . o o . 7c All 12.J edges and insertions of ovory width up to -1 and 5 inchos "will go at por yard, only, o . o o .. o o 9g Tho 15c grades of ovory class and in which lot thoro aro a numb...

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. — 10 November 1904

BOSWI Kira "n,fT ly ffffir ! ' ' "jWiVJ! ,V TJCSiOT l, 't' vr ? 7 , r" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER JO, 1904 , fJnPzttrXisftvHSytftfXJfet j?H?JPmA3. ' f SpLbw (V Good Weather to Paint Don't put off painting till next spring. Do it now I Weather conditions arc good; no long spring rains to soak jnto the lumber and jeopardize good results; no gnats and flies : to stick to the fresh paint ; the paint put on now gives protection against winter storms. Sherwin-Williams Paint X MADE TO PAINT W BUILDINOO WITH A Q is the safest paint to use. P ' It gives the best protection at j the smallest cost. i $& i' yu're Bns to Pa'nt l's 'a" letus talk to you about S. W. P. -SOLD By Smith & Robertson, LUMWL'R, LINE and WRICK San Angelo, Texas. CHRISTMAS COMING Each day brings ub nearer to Xmas time nnd each day brings eomething new to our store for you to make your holiday selections from. Don't imaginoyou are troub ling us by looking over our Btock before you ar...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 November 1904

"VyW'1 vmmMwm fe","-C 0WW IWflnrt 51 hjj - f-" MWTf'W" ItyWy'tWfi "SineaT"'rr"'vTf1' "" T"3 . , -mTfrmirfr" if? re,; ' tK't-f ii. it i . vs t M THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER JO 1C04 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkhk I'upur of utid fur u Krcntrr Hnn Anxclo WAYLAND& SIRUniERS, Publishers. Subicrlpllon Price J 1.50 o Year SAN ANGELO, TCX. NOY. 10 l'J04. President Ripley's Visit. Tim visit to thin city of I'rosi dont Kiploy of tlio Hiintii Ko hvh torn and liiH )iirty of aasifltuiits in tlmt rond'H iniuiiiHoineiit wim oho, ns a romilt of wliioli, muali (jooil limy coiiiu to Still Angolo niitl Wont Toxiih Tlio coiiiinittoo of liuiiticq? men who ontortiiinnd tint party whilo in this city took ulvuntnj;o of tlio opportunity to minimi I'nmriunl Kiploy of San Aiik''1o'h need of a doulilo dully puHsr-iiKcr servim and a now dopot. Tlio I'roaq fools confident that , U only a innttor of timo until both these iinprov od fucilitios arn nlfcirricri San Angelo. I'ro...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 November 1904

f l: s- P THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER JO. 1904 i T1 UASTuRlA gASf 01114 STOCK NEWS AYetfctable Prcnaralionror As similating ihcFood nnti Hcd ula Ung the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digcslion.ChcerPul nessandnest.Conlalns neither Opium.Morpliinc norMincral. WOT "Naiic otic . toificofOUnrSAl'.L'ELmamR lmpku Set A' AlxSuuvi IbtMUSJls- Jhmnnwtt -IliCcrtionnlrSixUl IturitSfoil (taifitdSuav hlnUiyii. flown ApcrTccI ficmedy forConstipn Tton, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea nml Loss OF Sleep. Facsimile Signature or NEW YOnK. EXACT COPY OS WRAPPER. ft... $. For InfantB and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tlie Signature fwAi AA$ jv Jfv in pj J Use f For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Market Letter, Special to I'rc. Kansas Oitv, November 8. So far this week 2000 cattle liavo been received in qunruutino di vision here, a deoraso of 1000 from last week, and about half as inanv as same week last year. Prices have been u little bettor this week, and the loss ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 November 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1904 mkwmxmmim&mimtmmym THE SANITARIUM MATTER. IK' Pi ' B 5 i I! i I I; 1. 1 !i il I I Notice We will move next week to our NEW QUARTERS Just this side of the nelp Tirst National Hank Hldg. , Chadbournc St. AND WILL BK SHOW YOU THE MOST COMPLETE DLES, HARNESS, ROBES, AND ALL PREPARED TO LARGEST AND LINE OP SAD WINTER LAP HORSE GOODS WEST OP PORT WORTH WE WILL BE PLEASED TO YOU IN OUR NEW JIOMP. SEE I B. C. Alexander & Co. f Chest Defense... I s OhoBt protectors to ninny nro worth till that lifo is worth. They keep out chill and dampness; they keep in vitality. Tlioy protect tho chest against tho sudden chnngcH of tomporattiro that leads to colds and pneumo nia. Wo have a comploto lino of all tho best chest protec tors, from the simple felt ones to the luxurious chamois and felt vests for both Boxes. Prices range from 50c. to $3.00 and you get tho great est possible value at each prico. GonGtio Drat) Store Up-to-D...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 November 1904

MPIH IrSrffl " j f : ," vy "TV TflE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER JO. 1904 Republican Victory. Roosevelt and Fairbanks are Elected by an Overwhelming Majority. Also a Republican Congress is Chosen. Our ILeady-to-Wear u Parser Congratulates Mr. Foosevelt. zisa Garment Department We are especially proud of our Ready Made department .this season, more sothan ever before. We have made no special efforts in past seasons in this direction. This year, however, we have selected the largest assortment of ready to wear garments for Ladies ever broughttoSan Angelo. We have se cured the services of an expert suit maker who is in charge of this depart ment. If a garment isn't exactly to your measurement it can be altered m a very short time. We are the acknowl edged leaders in this line this season. Head on! - s - " t, i , Ladies Ready-to-Wear Suits Heroin Hob our strength. Every now style of garment, ovory now fabric, overy stylish color i9 hero. The most approved garme...

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