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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 November 1904

i i mn,u- n ii if a, 1 1 iin ,-rti . jss -- - - - i mjjraaMiM "? """' rgrtf ' -.f,. "WW(i;f rtt iTllnvpfrFlft'z'&,'&!' ' -fv "". N . . ' T I'HE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1 904 ('""''PHt "''""'''"''lEPPSIHMnBKHMH rtHHBHreHfSSWmr lnwinPH Wf i? fi 1. i I j & Oflico: Harris's Drug Store. Residence North Sun Angeln. 'PlIONE SO. S5.lil.pil Oflico nnd roBidonco, Lundon IIotel.ooo Hi I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. tKflj , . Pliyslclons. llE C 6. E MAYK' M D' WM ;'"" ' PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. ,-J gynaecologist. '; '." Oflico at Centrnl Druj; Store. Itci- , im. denco Wcbt Twohljr Ave. 4K ALL. CALLS ANBWEHE0 I'UOMI'TLY I rj ! fM QRS. MARBERRY & COOPER 'Jm SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, i'Bj Ollico over Concho Drtitf Store. M Residences. f Dr. Cooper. Phono fcO. Ij Dr. Murberry, Phono 01. i Jj ; fJ, M. WILLIAMS, M. D. II:, PHYSICIAN A SOIMJKON. IV 3 I . )l. E. L. IJATTS. 1 1 ' I ( I 1 Jji TllONK i k - ft; ' 'I '' t 0 : f ' j - if 'I- ? i ' . 1 ' & ir. if:? i 1 RnK.' ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 November 1904

i-kjBysiasuLaras I hi lis CODCilO up to the present j ban Dts iof Cfye San Ctngelo Press Supplement r San Angelo, Texas Thursday, November lo, 1904 i'r. -'',! tM.'-non.lir,nn.A-JiosTiifontB 8J2H1 ... lkil. t-lcctlon Dny In Son Angclo. Election tiny for 1904 passed oil' quietly enough Old timers Bay there is a great diiroronco in the election days of today and those of a decade ago. Then wo had all kinds of excitement, today every thing is conducted in a quiet ordorly manner. Thon there were many cases of disorderly con duct and drunkenness, todav silch ura rarities indeed. The change, while tending, ap parantly, to suppress enthusiasm, is all the more welcome for tho reufton that the element of danger to iuuocci't persons is eliminated. Tho Torroll election law has wrought a great chango and one for tho hotter interests of a clean liallot and of the community at largo. While some criticisms can bo madn of tho detailed workings of this law yet on the wholoit has created the best stat...

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. — 17 November 1904

BHPKHr2yiMWnBE!w'ffWR'T 7 r cT-fflWBH MfciBfcnlliriftfcAii iliTiiiliMMiii 1 1 - - - -.--- -- . - -at! "" K, ' !, r. ANGELO P "Mvr .11 1 ,? VOL 8, NO 46 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1904, Hntcrcel In the Bon AnKClo'l'ost Offlco nMSccond-olnsRronllmnltcr ss JL 1, iiBTfffl Home Made Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis cuit home-made. They will be fresher, cleaner, more tasty and wholesome. Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home, quickly and eco nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and muffins, with which the ready-made food found at the bake-shop or grocery does not compare. Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. i" tv . hSv ROYAL OAKINQ POWDER Miss Mnggio Bout, who lias beon away during the summer, visiting relatives and friends in Indiana, Canada and Buffalo, N. Y., and attending tho World's Fair, returned homo last week. Special Seile of Laddies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 November 1904

r. m. I ia- , J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,! THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 1904 0P3F3 r-Tvil Thanksgiving and Merrymaking An. unnatural without the usual coinlo.iie..t of good tl,,?,lit0J,lf1I,,IJ Tlw.ni ih no place whore your Thanksgiving booze approprat o n w 1 go as far uh hum. Thoro ih no plac where the stun, an of p. r t . h.g ho than horn. There w no place where you will get hotter treatment than lioro. Tliut'H all ...EDDIE MAIERll lluntliiK forties. jerul ntln-r gentlemen fiini.'iiijilal" Now that the ope,, - -; "Xnf'i'ihnstovul tw par,,,, for doer, quuil, wild turkey and )mV)i )iit r,.(.,.ty t.. I.- gone Mm nt In. p vni'it.ios (if Uilllie t' mo found in this Western Hoctioii, tlto niinrodH me unliinboring thoir Huns, taking down the old musket from its hooks over tho flro-pljifo anil are going forth uf tnr "liar" and venison, and tho wild denizciiB of tin. thickets n tho Iilano. tho Pecos and the Do vil'H River had hotter move out for when these San Angelo sports nion ar...

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. — 17 November 1904

TT r ! ' t ' ' WT HL , JJJDMLP M llil IMilWMilllMliWi 4!fijiiiii,.. . ipiii .J up THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1904 r.. ., ' , 1 " I 3 I I fl r j B- S Mv Tailoring Business EARL CAIN Is with it)o and will do Clenning and Pressing In a first class manner r Is next door to Broome it Knrr's, where I will be pleased to aeo my old friends and customers MY SAMPLES ARE THE LATESTvvv ....Frank Rjussell tf253SS25SS2 Trvir rrnrvp nniire iwmihmimiiihiiiimmmmiw iiiiiiii ii iiimui i hi hub 'h hi main '4 1 ' S I STOCK NEWS of I Stock Shipments. November 10. 1004. 0. II. Powell, 1 car of cows St. Louis. J. K. Burileld, 2 i-up of culves; $11.25 pur head Oscar Cam shinned a car bulls to Fort Worth Monday. The Sawyer Cattle Co. shipped 12 cars of fat Bar S cowe to St. Louis Monday. t i A. II. Moore sold 200 voarlinii i steers to II. W. Gillis & Co. nt to St. Louis. George Simpson. 27 cnr3 of steers to Fairfax. 0. T. November 12, 1001. Lawhon & Martin, 2 cars ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 November 1904

SL 1 fptWHtfJMfKI ymrfmr TP--. JrSTW ,-.T?iiiji "'JJJI!fiV!(,', t THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER J7 1001 HHHwl!451''- W 4 $; t Ik ' 'p. Set'' ' IP; 1 Ei' i kj ' ii , ' fro '(1' ;.p H ,l IE' Wf! As' 1 . tf 'IV V K i "' f. l' i i f IN Ms '" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly News i'liper nf untl for it greater Ban Anxolo. WAYLAND& STRUriiURS, Publishers. Subicripllon Price 81.50 & Year SAN ANCELO, TfiX. NOV. 17 1904. Winter i upon hi and opi doinicH nro 'uit to bo prevalent. Jnfluuimi is not hotlioring San Angolo jiooplo, but tlni yotuiK pooplo hcoiii inolinuri to cutoli tho opidomio of inutrimoiiy winch prevails at prcHont. "Jn the Hprinj: a voiing man's fancy liylitly turns to thoughts of lovo," but San Angolo young folks pre for the winter'fl bracing air for their most ardent liilliiif,' and cooing. Citation by Publication. TII13 .STATIC OV TKXAS, To tho Shenir or any CoiiHtable of Tom Green Co., Greeting: Oath having been made as re quired by law you...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 November 1904

V-Sr' . . -. I.v t PS ! THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER J7. 1904 o If. :$ KKmHHH9 Tho Kind You Hnvo Ahvnys Bought, nml which lias been. IU USO lor OVOr UO VOnrs. linn linrtin lm nl,ri,ntiti-n nF lias been made under his pcr- supervision slnco Its Infancy. Allow no ono totlccclvo you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" JuHt-ns-good"nro lnife Experiments that trlllo with and entlnnger tho health of Infants nud Children Expcrlonco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Costorla is n, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Taro gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Xurrotio substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrluua and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Stomach and Uowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. CTho Children's Panacea-Tlio Mother's Friend. GENUINE ALWA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 November 1904

fflPT,'i?t.'1 'rWJW I'll''. T'iJ"-, THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1904 m if" r. i v i I J' I i f jft' "3 &" r, v . It Is True DIAMONDS Are High. But you enn o.vold pay I nil (tvney prices for thorn when pur chased of TJ 5 TJ W. B. HeeJd, Tho Lcivdlni) Jcwoler. Thoy tnnku a. flnsh I ni( holiday present Think of It. V J s SOCIETY. S World's Pair Party. A party of young folks, who are among the most popular nioinbors of San Angolo society, that loft Friday for a delightful trip to St. Louib'iuuI tho Worlds Fair was composed of Misses Ilossio Edo, Nannie Henderson and Eddie DoBorry and Mr. Loftin Ilondor son. Tho young folks wore bid good-speed at the depot by a num ber of friends nnd their doparturo was of much interest to many peoplo horo. Thoy were to be joined in tho Indian Territory by Mr. .1. E. llondorson, Jr. who will accompany them to tho fair and tho party expects to rotum in about two weoks. Thoy will un doubtedly have a most pleasant trip...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 November 1904

sssrz THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER J7 1904 !: Contemplated City Improvements. Tho city of Snn Angelo will do considerable improvement work, especially in tho way of grading nud gravoling, in the near future. Hon. 0. H. Powoll, mayor of San Augelo, informs the PreBS repre sentative to that eiVect. "The city has a limited amount of money to expend in grading and gravoling the streets and for other improvements and there fore the people who want their streets graded hud bettor speak up at onco because tho city requires somo assistance from tho property ownors living along tho streetB to bo improved It is all right for tho city to spend its money on tho business streets but for tho work on streets in tho residence sections there must ho aid from tho citizens. I think wo will work on Harris Avenue next." Mr. Geo. 15. Webb said ho hod put up a check for his part of tho oxponso of gruveltng Harris Ave into. Mr. Powell Buid that when tho matter ol graveling Ins...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 November 1904

,r 1:i,...j. Mrffilftfyjjtmfift lTj mmjwf!- - - THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. I9W m ll san ANar.Lo, Ir ? Over Flndlnter's. P 'fc DR A A t . K, ti B'- i ' V Wm PROFESSIONAL CARDS. UHL' Dentists. Hfc" ' DUS. LOVE & GORMAN frigf1 DENTISTS, TKXAS Phono 18G il. WIGGINS, Dentist, Gold Crown unci Hrldgo Work Sulcn- tiflcnlly done. Phono 135 Onico mi etalrs In tlio Mays bulUUnu Attor neys R, WILBUR IJHOWN, ATTOUNKV-AT-I.AW. Civil Pructico Only. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Physicians. Qf E. MAYS, M. D. PHYSICIAN. SUKOHON. GYNECOLOGIST. Ollleo ut Central Druir Store. Item deneo Wont Tivohlg Avo. AM. UAI.I.H ANRWr.Unill'ltOMI'TI.Y )RS. MARBEliltY & COOPER SAN ANOIU.O, TEXAS, OIHco over Concho Drug Store. Residunt'i'M. Dr. Cooper. Phono M). Dr. Murberry, Phono 91. J, M. WILLIAMS, M. ). PHYSICIAN A: SUIKWON'. 011ico: Harris's Drug Storo. Rosidonco North San Angolo. 'PlIONK 89. uvui pd Dr. k. l. ijatts. OIHco and rosidonco, Landon llotol.oMo 'PlIONi: CoNNKCTION...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 November 1904

iw 7' n . i V &&' t- v ' .- .ft . ra u c n . THE 5 AN ANGELO PRESS. n SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1904, Hnlrri'illnthc Hun Anifelo Pott Ofllco km HcooiiU-oln jr mull mutter VOL 8, NO 47 5Hfi Fifty Years the Standard : THERE IS NOTHING DOING cSE4v5r Made from pure cream of tartar derived from grapes. PRICE CAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO. Notwithstanding 'Hint Hope For the Double Dally Trnln Service Huoys Us Up, Son AtiRcIo tnn Bxpcct Nothing. Travelling Passenger Agent S. A. Kendig of tho Santa Fe was ui tho city Saturday, and in a talk with tho Press man, Buys thorn is Hcnrcelv imv reiiBon for San An gelo people to hope for. or expect . .1(1 II .!. to see uiBtallt'ti, u umimu auuy passenger service at any early date. Mr. Kendig says that if the question was only a matter of iontiment that tlio Santu V would have had two trains a day running into Stin Angelo tornioro than u voar. They would put on one tomorrow if thoy worn guided alone by their hig...

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. — 24 November 1904

"irJJf mjry eym tM THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN AKGELO, TEXAS,! THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 KOi Tfre San Apgelo Livery apd Sale Stables Best Rigs, Best Drivers, Best Services, Most Polite AtteQtion ao-d Reasonable Charges, that's wbat we offer our our patrons. W MIDDLETON & TURNER, Successors to J. . mcuonncu. Thanksgiving Wo pride ourselves on the qtiali ty of goods wo enrry. Thoro's not a cheap grado of Wine, Brandy or Whiskey in tlio houso. Only tlio good onus . After all, tho good onoe aro tlio lihniui ones. When vou want something good for A Special Occasion don't forgot that wo lutvo a collar full of tlio very choicest drinks. The Arc Light Corner, T. II. McCLOSKEY, Proprietor. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Lunacy Proceedings. 0. E. Hustings came before County Judge Mays yesterday in lunacy proceedings The jury ad judged him insane, and ho wus or dorod sont to tho asylum. Ho had Ijoon hero al'out six weeks and claimed to represent a life insur ance company. One of tho prettiest sights in tho ci...

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. — 24 November 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1904 3 vl I . t 4 m i Grand Steer 5 Roping Contest C-.- A n-f.rw1.rv Trtvrvn ftS Dec. 15 aun,d 16, 1904 1 Possibly the last opportunity you mny have of witness ing one of these urn ml and intensely exciting contests in the Bovine Arena. All of the well known champions ami favorites have already entered and this event will positively eolipso anything of the kind over before pre sented ; the induceinpiJts ueing suflicient to secure the very best roping talent in existence Each man ropeB two steers ; one each day. SPECIAL EVENTS FUED BAKER VS. JOHN MUIIKAH. Three steers each, for n purse of $000. WILL PICKETT, THE "DUSKY DEMON" Will throw two steers each day with his teeth. Good Brocho Busting also. C. A. FARQUHAR, Set. and Trctvs. STOCK NEWS Stock Shipments. November 10, 1901. George Simpson, 27 cars of Btoers to Fairfax, Oklahoma. 0. II. Powell, 1 car of cows to St. Loiub Ft. Worth privilege. J. K. Barfield, 2 cars of cal...

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. — 24 November 1904

-wiiMtfWflB$;7 -li(l-v " ffCTA "rrr,PB ,5?wnt THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,! THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 KOI - ' i- H 4 fcl '"5 ft ft m iM, m !I I t" , ' k-rvvi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwi Paper of ml 'r n Brcatcr Ban Anxclc). WAYLAND & STRUTI1GRS, Publishers. Subicrlptlon Price $1.50 a Year SAN ANGELO, TEX. NOY. 24 IU04. Double Dally Pnsscn&cr Service. Jt continues to lie niinonrtl that tho Santa Ko will iiita!l 11 (loublo daily nufwnger servico in tlio spring of H'O."). Tlio people of San Angolo. should the Biiliptnnco of thin rumor Ix'comc a reality, will ho much "luted over tlio im provement. Tho Santa Fo, it h boliovod has thought all along that with a night train out of San Angolo, im?snngnrfl would yo north via tin- Ft. W. It- 0. from I'rownwood. On top of this comes tho report from Ft. Worth that tho Uncord train on that road will bo discon Mrmt, immil nh I)i!eoinljor I. It in not known that this report is true, but nhould thin train bo takun oil' tho San...

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. — 24 November 1904

. THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24. 1904 5 :iWk A rTl CASTOR A i -j i ii CASTORIA A(.'gc(ablcI'rcpnritionrorAs- simuaunB mcroouanaHcfluia ling ihc Stomachs and Dowels of Promotes Digcsllon.Chccrfuh ncssanclUcst.Conlnlnsnelllicr Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral. ISOT "NAIIC OTIC . vv orounrSMivamaisa Jmikui Seed" AUSmna sttufSYrl ifwmvnt -ill CcibmnlrStfa Cltaifwi ,)ipv Apcrfucl Remedy forConsi;p,i Hon, Sour Stomach.Dinnhocn Worms .Convulsions, Feverish ness nmlLoss OF SliEni Pnc Simile Signature o" NEW YOIIK. EXACT COPY OP WRAPPER. kJli For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature )iw of ft TP na u lis 38 For Over Thirty Years STOCK NEWS Market Letter. I SdccIsiI to The t'reii Kansas City. Mo.. Thursday. Little Stock Items. ov li , 100-1. Tho first part nf Toxai stochmanJournai tho weok tlioro was a heavy run'of Tho election is now over, and I Panhandle stufTin the native divi- the Btrings that have tied on thaision here, but ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 November 1904

10 V mmt I 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1904 ' tfW V KSjBL" ' " M 6 I J- i J I 'I .3Saa3aasaaS!3i3S3-3.-S3.'33Si LEEDS AND OGSTON HERE. V5.-r Lumber! Lumber! Lumber!! w ft (0 ivw At H?xrd Tiine Prices Figure with Us Before Yovi Buy v v v v a ih Hi b to vft) ili B, av & Company, $ k '?? : 21: si SL i i SI: Si: 51 - C; SL Si; SL; S 2' B. Hail L. L. KUHNL, Manager. a SOCIETY. S Hop nt Turn Vcrclti. Aliout twenty couples gathered ut the Turn Voroin liiHt Friday night and enjoyed dancing for several hours. Tho dunce wiih oiio of much pleasure to nil, lust ing until the. woo houra of Sutur day. Tins Mexican lmiul furnish ed the music anil everyone hud it good time. Frank Pindluter gave u party Friday night to tho tenth grade of the public school, of which ho in a moinhur, and to a low other friends. Games and dancing wore indulged in until 10 o'clock, when delicious refruHhmentH were served. All expressed themselves as enjoying the evening immense- ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 November 1904

Vl. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1904 HlSv mm m i mmm . ., ., i. ,, ... . ' 1' ! 1 l Qir Prescription v DEPARTMENT v Will be in charge of Mr. A. R. Wrba, a com petent pharmacist. Prescriptions will re ceive the same careful attention asthey have always had when entrusted to us. C We have made our prescription department the principal feature of our business and that the public have appreciated the excellency thereof is shown by our ever increasing business in that line. -------- &V CONCHO DRXJG STORE, Up-To-Date Service Smith A Searching l-or Lost Sons. A. G. Loveritt nnd J. D. Wil liams, two prominent citizens of Stophonville, were in San Angelo Thursday on a senrch, each man for a lost sot:. The young men whoso ages are given as 10 and 17 resppctivoly, are unid to have left homo somo weeks ago. Their parents began a search for thorn almost immediately after their disappearance tracing the ilrst to Comanche, thence to other towns and to San An...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 November 1904

.-II i W iMRMBffiq' vwATOaMHnSHMHEiB HHK1IK'' rjm lT"WM.nMM, - ,,,.,.., w,,,,, ,. w .Vii,, n , -. $MBBT iMi syjpr pW'W3,r777 ;P5rf-- JS THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1904 . U i i '' 8 m du Hft i i ! ' I K? f . i ft ' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DentlstBi W DRS. LOVE ft GORMAN I'" Dentists, am, SAN ANOKLO, ThXrt- jMK Over FlntUntcr's. I 'horns 185 . - H. WIGGINS, Dentist, Gold Crown and Bridge Work Solon- tillciilly dono. Phono 13ft Ollico ut etalrs In tlicj Mava building Attor neys R, WILBUIt BIIOWN, AT'roitNIIV-AT-l.AW. Civil I'nietico Only. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Hnnk Advertising In Newspapers. ' Our Undy News Service. Kinnnciai Keconi It is rumored in Ft. Worth that To most retail niprchmita nnd tlL. jf,cor,i train will bo diecon to nn increasing number f tinned on December 1. Brown- manufneturors and wholesale . vo i v,,...H it,,mts jmVo been noti- PhyslclonB. BASCOM LYNN M. D., I'liysICIAN AM) SlllKIKON. Oilice Landon Hotel. Phono HOI. Iti'sldcnci place...

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

i r. tiaiLiijJjgljiLtEflffl TWELVE ANGELO PRESS RAGES I 1 VHP HMH KK9IBHB 4 w ft UniyiTiitv 'hntrrrr li A VOL 8, NO 48 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1, 19C4, KntrmllnthcHnn Angclo Post Ofllco iisscconil-olnssmalltmutcr Ir TKe Best - . l itlilllM tviS;;SiailBia PiMHMNNIf Clothes Company Whatever and whenever you meet people socially or in a business way, be sure your clothes are a credit to you; let the story they tell be in favor rather than against you. ? ? There's no excuse for not having your clothes speak well for you; and no clothes you'll ever see will give you a better recommendation than our v? vg v? Heirt Schaffrver (SL Merx Fine Suits and Overcoats There's a distinction of style about these famous clothes not found in any others; they are finely hand-tailored, and of the very best quality. We guarantee a fit, you can put them on and judge for yourself, and we can promise you complete satisfaction in wear and in price. The little label is in them.-...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 December 1904

& THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER I, 904 , . i i Srta Cl.us Announces Location of His Headquarters at &615he Great Cash Store of Sn Angelo---Winkler (BL Hudson Co. Not for toys and worthless Christmas goods but for such useful and appropriate articles as Collar and Cuff Boxes in Leather and Celluloid, Work and Toilet Boxes, Manicure Sets, Glove and Tie Boxes, Music Rolls, Tourist Sets in Leather Cases, Comb and Brush and Pin Trays, Cups and Saucers, Mugs, Dishes, Plates, Etc., Vases, Dolls, Figures, Pictures and Picture Frames, Cut Glass Perfume Bottles and Salt and Pepper Shakers, and many other fancy articles, valuable from a point of useful ness and making acceptable Christmas presents for both young and old. The assortment of these things is, by far, the largest ever shown in the city, so large in fact that a detailed account of the many different things is entirely out of the question here. The Prices, as always the case at this popular store,...

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