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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 January 1905

iMiri mm mi ii ii i mrmamtil'Ktf- " mi&SW 'J&F' " ?, 1 'J? "-: " ' t tf ''-- tMmmtmammmimm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmm i ?...', -r -. ; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 12, 1005 aimmmmmmmmMiimmn I Two Muslin. SpeciaJs Regular 10c Cambric, yard wide, fine grade, on sale during the Jan uary White Sale at per yard only ' o b 1-2 Green Ticket Lonsdale Domestic, yard wide, was 12 12c a yard, on sale during the Great January White sale at per yard, only Sc Great January White Sale Two Towol SpeciaJs Bleached Bath Towels, 50x22 in., fine grade, the best value we have ever shown, special price for Jan uary, three pairs for only , $1.00 44x24 in, Unbleached honeys-comb fringe towels, very absorbent and very soft, a special value for January selling, ten towels for only $1.00 January Sale of Embroideries l unil 5 inch Muslin Embroidery edges with inser tions to match, a largo assortment and good grades, u yard only 5C Large assortment good grade embroidery ed...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 January 1905

"tt -" ' MPW JSW THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. SAN ANGEL O. TEX'.S THURSDAY JANUARY 12. 19U5 wmW r r Argument for Smaller Cotton, I-lclds. Tho British Cotton Growon Association assorts itsdoterininu tion to succeed in throwing oil' tho yoko of tlio American cotton grower. It might not l u vory bud tiling for tho hitter if tho tB. 0. G. A. should succeed. In time wo nmy Imvo to ho driven iiwuy from tho oconomio policy which thousands of ycni'H ago led tlie Chinese to wnll themselves in, und probably tho woonor the bet tor. If wo could not soil cotton to groat Britain wo would certain ly go to sea vigorously to find buyers in other IiiihIb, and to thoBo buyors wo would carry mostly tho finished product, and would have to trade with thorn freely besides. Tho British Cotton Growing Association was chartered last August, and a lew days later the Colonial .Secretary and other Min isters mot a great gathering of commercial and civic representa tives from the manufacturing towns of Lancashire and Y...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

I 1 tPH"r 'iu VOL 9. NO 3 JAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1905. Rntrrctllnthc Sun Angelo l'o Oftlco nsSccond-cInsfimallmnUcr tf , -v w jnreaFiTSTTT'fTwjmtajp. W3wWWIBFWR?P'PT -, flWr. 'fflnim a .- '" - wnaf1 HHiuu JJUWMULMiil -'tHWRH rffi ANGELO OJTTfclN tfh rife nfli jHWUfegft? FIRE AT BEN FICKLIN Residence nnil Unrn of N. L. Sterling Destroyed by Flro 1-nrly lliurs- dny Morning. About 2:00 a. m. Thursday morning, the residenco and barn of N. L. Sterling nt Hen Ficklin, 1 miles south of town, burned to the ground. Mr. Sterling stilted Unit the only thing he could ascribe the lire to was that there remained some flro in the lire place when he retired, and on awakening, just had time to escape from tho burning building No furniture was saved. The wind was blowing is such a direction that tho barn was right in the path of the (Ire and it too was destroyed. Tho stock, how ever, escaped injury. Insuranco to the amount of $1000 was carried on tho resi dence, $2...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

i i r!tasmm aesassa rasas eetsees 33S59R 5f" BffWi WPnTllkWpl 4, JV.VT." ' ""$ifAvrw fTStFififa "V" 'T."F '-' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, I9C5 MBl AWmFi Vrw. " 'raTrt ifti COMING CITY ELECTION Three Aldermen Arc to bo lilcctcil at the Hlcctlon on April . Who Will You Have? Tlio affairs of the city of Sun Angolo aro entrusted to a hourd of flvo aldermen and the mayor. For tho past two years these public servants nave 'lecn iii'mi oi unim peachable integrity who have Ut tOlldod tO Sllll Allgolo's busillOBS as thoy would their own. 'J'lioy havo given of their time and tal ents that San Angelo should ad vance and he counted at one of the most progressive cities of Toxiib. There is little fault to be found with tin ollicial actions of any of these gentlemen, not a particle ho far an the Press Iciiowh. Tho salaries they receive for their several services do not compen sate thorn for the time they de vote to attending council meet ings, much less the time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

JJua-MMMM.. ) -jifaaiS'i waiw .ajtwf'r m 'n.?" MWPffiV r t -. ujt ppgpil THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 19. l05 A Special Sale of HigK Grande Furniture In order to make room for some large shipments of Furniture which we have on the road, and which will be here shortly, we announce a GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF HIGH GRADE FURNITURE. This sale begins THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19th, and will continue for several days. If you have a Furniture need, now is your opportunity to supply it. Wc make mention of a few of the special prices?, and . - " s ' ' " " ' " mere arc some omers. v-omc &cc. , c s v v v c v II liiii bi i mil i "Hi riflrcOMl ) - SP Dressers Elegant Dressers, good grade, nice finish, highly polished, French plate mirrors, regular .fS valuta, during this Bale at only. .. $5.50 Stylish Dressers, lino French plato mirrors, good grades wood, substan tially made, handsomely finished and adorned, regular $10 values, on bale at only.. .. $8.50 Beds Wood Bo...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

mmmmmmmmmm m Pwiw5w TwlW li,'2 . -)". -W!-- ? .' I . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY J9, 1905 fPlf w ; ft., kill , H,i 'J,1! I" "- 4 S I ii'ri THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A WcoUly Nkwh I'npor of smrt for u icrcalcr Snn AtiKclo. WAVLAND& SmUTHURS, Publishers. Subscription Price I.SO n Year SAN ANGELO. TEX. JAN. 19 1305. About the Hcef Trust. Thoy lmvo beon liavine; miiny ups mid downs with tho alleged hoof trust, but nothinu; him bi'on accomplished as yet. Ah the tiling looks to u man up ii tree tlioro will ho Htill h'Ht done whon tho invastiyiition him been coin plotod. and tliat proui-w i.4 rupid ly nuiirinc; tH unci. The lutuHt uttoranco from tho hoof fddo of tho cnntrovorBy is that of L. V. Swift, proHidont of tho Swift I'nckiiiK Company. TImh gontlo- mnii HiiyH that "thorn in nhqo luttly no coiiHpiracy or coiubinu- tion to control pncoHof livatttock, tho Hiilo of moatH or packing bouse products." And thoro will ho an attoni)t to provo that Mr. Swift iH wr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

0 f mdp rWI'1 " bbi W$1. fa&fTirh -. J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 19. 1005 . - 'WSSmWmas::. j ,i n '; "S' V, M ' i' Ti Li jfTJHk Mlkic l V ASmSW 'S .WfttHtHtHflM ff'H'f' "? ! , .,. a a .....t. 1 M1 M44- " :pi?;$$? Filigree Ball By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN, Author ol Tue Mytcry of Attu Webb." "Lot Man's Lane," Elc Coprlgbt, I90J, bj (be Dobbs-Mcrrlll Compajy v 44. J.4Mt4t4Httitit4J.i.AJ.J.J..L.L.I.i..t. ..t.. t:$ n llixli$i .i j j ; ; i ! : . . TTTTvvTTTTTvvTtT?ttrtrpftfftftfwrrfT The inch little creature sturted to move off nnln An she did ro she cried. "He pood, nnd don't lot Dtirldn cut In mi you." tint stopped for the sec ond tlini' wlion Imlf ncros the street. . mid when, ohedlent to her look. 1 luistl ly rejoined her. she whispered demure ly: "Oil, I forgot to tell you Homethliur that I heard this morning mid tlmi nobody but yourself lint any rljdit to know. I whs following your coin ninnds nnd liuylug urorerles- ut Simp kins' when, just its 1 wns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

. ' T THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY J9, 1905 "P&.pl 'If f if !?'' :. I v f f - I , ! V I I ) 1 t a SOCIETY. & Reception at the l.mulon. Mr. iind .Mrs. A. C Wright entertained u number of young peoplo Aridity night at tho Lan don Hotel in honor of thoir hoii. Mr. H. A. Wright Tliu guests arrived in u crowd nnd it was found that tho even ing's entertainment was a com plete HtirpriHo to young Mr. Wright. A lluu phonograph in tho Wright'H apartments furnished excellent music for dancing and tho merry-makers lid tho oppor tunity full justice. Sovoral kinds of ganit'H woro played, all of which woro exceedingly interest ing. At 10 :H0 tho goiitlcmon escort od thoir fair nartnors to tho flpacious dining aooin of tho hotol where rofresliments woro served. After an hour or nioro of dancing tho delighted guests took thoir loavo. TIioho invited were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. London, MisseB Alves, Eva Sherwood, Vivian Wright, Mary Aycock, Kula Childress, Louise Ellis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

?' jWH . , .-. . ... ,, M IP im 'WEH BBWPMfi ieiL tT vjtwIBBIBBBIfcMM'iBBBMHiiBMiiySttoAfcaA- i,...rl,,,..7iff sv & , ' . , r Uumumsm wCfllM "I fcl&KJJcery 5 "?" & ??f7fiSfK '-VJTI ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY J. 1005 ftftftkft The Most Sensationa ale of the Age! i.'.. ... t t 1 nrifram iimi TifvMTBTiwrriri-wiriT Muminn in.ru- r i TTTt ;. if;,Tn Sacrifice 1 1 1 i V J fc L Prices will reach the Lowest Limit in this Great Sale of Austin Spencer & Go's STOCK Sale Lasts 10 Bays ! ) Owing to the backward season, the continuous warm weather and tho low pne f rnitnii. we find own-lves with a tremendous stonk of high crude merchandise for men, women and children. Wo $ have therefore decided to put on tins GREAT TEN DAYS, PRICE-CITTING SALE, and we mean to reduce our stock ly more than one-half. Our entire $23,000 stock ut the nvrey of tho people for Ten Days. Take into consideration that this sale will bn ot great importance to the people for a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 January 1905

, Tig3ia.a.; " i i IMlBMMailMMflftliMfflfcfiBifiiMMBiByfcMBBM mi iOWiMMIHWi IT" WW V-m - && 'HI mmw 'tmrwH&fa'SPkr'-' r -V vi TyTrvfy" -r - fT(,lJSWf" ',- T. If' fiKl '8 i f .. r, i i ' I! m 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELQ, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 19, 1905 V CPiURyi AXMnhlpPrennrilionForAs slmilaling ihcFood mulHcihila ling thcSloinnchs owl Bowls or Promotes Di&calioii.Cliecrfiil ncssnncincsl.Conlnlns iiclllicr Opiuin.Morpltinc norllhicral. TSOT'NAH.COTIC. toj BroHDrSXMVKLriTClim fimyui orrti' MxSmrui lUktlUSollt- typHnml - , lifettirutlrJafa ClmtiMl Aignr IIEifeipmf Hanr. AnrrTrcl Hcinedy forConslipn Uon, Sour Slomaclt, Diarrhoea Worms .Oonviilsiuns.Kcvcnsh ivcss nmlLoss OF SLEEP. Vac Simile Signature or new vonic. For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of RAILROAD SURVEY A& Jf J '. Wb IW j For Over Iiomo compiiiiv. .Major cations for the defiance of I of tin Nashville Hni- J i,iw, mul history shows that others. Thu engi...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

,miaamFviflg$ manXStK fMp? H ffi VESZSliSSaSbL I V ' fUlli.HTii,, LO PRE ' T' VOL 9. NO 4 SAN ANGELOt TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1905, Hntercrtlnthc Hnn Angclo Post Offloo nsHccond-clnsR mall matter m M ' i . ' N 1 "I 1 I Fifty Years the Standard POWDIR Made from pure oream of tartar derived from grapes. 'PRICE BAKING POWDER 'CO.. CHICAGO. The Money Mania. '"Y KIJ.A WZIKKI.Klt WILCOX. If you, madam, knew that your husband or eon was suffering from a fever, how auxiously you would look after his bodily wol fare, and how unremitting would be your efforts to bring him bivpk to health. Why, then, aro you tot equally solicitous when he is suffering from the money fever, which is driving so many of our men today into early graves or asylums for tho insane? What are you doing to control this fever? Aro you wishing for a larger house, more iowols, vehicles and journeys? Are you wondering; tlit ..l(ji (. Iir.iiv wtin nnswtri why other men have more success than those of ....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

j .mtmamtmmmmimtmimmmtmmmmHmUBBSSKUtTMBKBBSKfiAmmh.. "-t -, ? n. cv111 7 M 'BgJ!g --r3Ljimimmi'wmiim luuljiilt . rrm. -. -.riwpvrw)"' . ji JsSmWz If fife ! " limit, w f b Slv f-'W mm. i in . Care and Feeding of Swine a "Diseases of Swine" Is tlio tltlo of a bulletin SflHUcd lj' 1,'iinliic university, prepared by Dr. A. W. Hitting, vet erinarian of the experiment Htntlou. Among other tiling Dr. Hitting tv.iyn: Cnre mill feeding nn fiit'tors if great Importance. The feeding of iitiHiiltublo foods, iih city hwIII, dirty, sour slop, those containing lurif) iiti n 11 tlert of sonps, feeding too hcnvlly wlion too youiiKi feeding full rations of green corn ns soon ns It 1.4 ready, feeding cot ton seed, feeding upon clover unil whoro there nre liuuiy grubworins nnd upon lnnd known to he Infected with purn sites, nro nil factors contributing to Homo form nf disease. Sudden changes of tempeniture, ex tremes of heat mid cold, ctposuro to Htorms, etc., nil hnvo their effect. Pil ing under straw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

ggaSSHS sffm., "mm fp "ph f Yi,M i pxi ft qfii&ffm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 26 1905 ( gmmmmmtmiimmiwmmmmmmminmmmnimiitK 1 T5he Next Time 1 BASS, THE BULL FIGHTER Protect Your Horse mm 15he ' w i i i J You buy your new shoes try a pair bearing the brand of Lewis A. Crossctt, Our new spring line just received, Hk $2.50 )V3 $4.00 The prettiest display of Men's Shoes ever shown in San Angclo is to be found in our show window. Look for it. I Winkler & Hudson Co., The Qreat Cash Store of San ZZngelo. i Saiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiuiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiii stock news Market Letter. Special to Tim Press. Kansas City, Mo , Thursday, Jan 19, 1005. The movement of fed cattle is well under way now, and receipts in quarantine divi sion this week are bent of tho winter, at 80 cars for lour days The bulk of the receipts, of course, are steers, and the qual ity has averaged very good Steer prices were lower Tuesday, but market was strong to 10 ...

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. — 26 January 1905

0 Kkfc m; aapf- j r f r , , i it - j THE SAN AtyGELO PRS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1905 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, T'rmsu,,t;f ,7rov,,y ,,o;" .done 111 ban Angelo makea Una city mi el dorado for tho carpen ter, t ho stoiRMiinHOii mid tlio brickluyor. A Weekly Nku l'uer of and tJr a Kmnlcr Sun Anifclo. WAYLANI) & STRUTMGRS, Publishers. Subscription Ptlcc Sl.50 a Yenr SAN ANGELO, TEX. JAN. 2G 1005, Considering tlio Carnival. San Angolo can nob nll'onl to wait too lone; tins voar to bouin making preparations for tlio cur nival of 11)0,"). Tlio alfair must ho on a larger scale tlinn over here tofore and in order to accomplish the fullest ponHihlu inoiiBuro of success theio should he an organ ization oH'octed early in tlio year and plans laid for the entertain niont. Some of the ollicorn of (ho last association declare they will not servo another year and this means that others must he found to tako hold of the work. The people of San Angelo and West Texas should novor ent...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 26, 1905 i V gmt4m$unmmwmmtmmmmmm rririI rant TtJ tl riiigree oaii n r nv ANNA p-M. " ...... Author ol -Tlje Mystery of Coprl(bl, 1903, rommmm8mmmmmmmrom8388 "I cannot roineiulier who It whs. My brnln l whirling, iiiitl I in recollect nothing but Hint this iiiiin mid myself loft tin- cemetery together on tlio night mentioned. Just us tlio gate was being closed. As It closes nt sundown, tlio bout- inn bo ll.cd t" n minute. It wns somewhere near 7. I believe; near enough, I nni sure, for It to have been impossible for mo to bo at Hie Mooro iioiiho nt tlio time my unhappy wife Is Kiippiwcil to have liiUon her lire. Tlioro Is no doubt nbout your believing lh)s?" Iio demiiiiiled with sudden haughtiness, ns. Using to bis feet, be confronted ns In nil the pride of bis exceptionally hand-tome perMin. "We wish to believe It," assented the coroner, rising In his turn. "Tbnt our belief ninybeicmie rertnlnty will you let us know, the Ins...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

7" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY 26, 1905 r r I- r r :;- wl II r (U 1 1 ! i L Kijii & i i I , r i IT Next! Entcrtainmcat in the Lyceum Course is the CHICAGO LYCEUM LADY QUARTETTE High Class Entertainment Reserved Scats Turner's Racket Store a SOCIETY, s on Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, the Wiorcl Sisters mid other subjects fraught with interest nnd bearing on the study of tho play, These pnpors were quite intertaining. The papor of tho nftomoon, " The Law of Tragedy. How Ful filled in tho play," by Mrs. K. K. Talbot, wna very interesting and showed careful preparation and deep study by this lady, tho Club's capable secretary, and her article was onjoyed by every one, Tho Club, having finished tho study of the "Merchant of Venice," iB now fairly launched on tho voyogo of discovery of tho innor meanings, tho sidolights and tho true significance of tho great tragedy 'Macbeth," and its Btudy is found to be most pleasant and profitable. Dance Thursday Night. Tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

iffai .,MK - v TV THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. 1905 JKga&ftHft The Most Sensational Sacrifice . .. . .jii.11 .r. Tjm I f 1 1 ii ana - mi iiiifrtfainrtMlritTftnmnrrTiiriia ,VSHB' m 'Wm 'i - 1K3I ale of the Agei 1 ' l J l? n "rfwjjp! Prices will reach the Lowest Limit in this Great Sale of Austin Silencer & Go's STOCK Sale Lasts 10 Days : , , I The Greatest Sale Ever ( Held in South Texas I '" A Save this and Wodt until Wednesday, Jaun'y 25th $25,000 worth of Dry Goods, Shoes, and Ready-to-Wear Garments for Men, Women and Children to be distributed into the homes of the people by AUSTIN SPENCER & CO., San Angelo's Greatest and Best Mer chants, in TEN DAYS, beginning on.... Wednesday, January 25th, at 9:00 a.m. 'The Stock of Austin Spencer & Co, San Angelo, Texas. Owing to tlio backward season, tho continuous warm weather and tho low price of cotton, wo find ourstdvos with a troniondous stock of high grade merchandise for moti, women an...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 January 1905

m f'Vt rp-T-T?" Tir "Wf'PPpP5" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO,. TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 26, 1905 7 Mm; ': : jmtt If. t M Bd'V iBE?TB?V ' " M" ") -r- - .... i.i, '.. i, n M mi i i ml m si? ? i -" 1 ' tifc ''It 1 'ft ll tW - v' I ' .,., -j " Tho Kind Yoti Ilavo Always Bought, and which Ims ltccn lu uso for over 30 yenrs, litis homo tho Hlfrniitnro of jrf and 1ms heen niiulo under his pcr- s jCj&flj Hoiml supervision since Its infancy. "af7r, 'ettcSUAZ Allow no ono to deceivo yon In thin. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-ns-good" nro hufc Experiments tlmt trlllo with and endanger tho health of In Cants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORBA Castoria is u harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, IHorphino nor oilier Narcoffo ftuhstancc. Its ago is its guarantee. II destroys Worms and allays Fovorlshiicss. It cures Diarrluua and AVInd Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 February 1905

11 lfy.?W' "- ?' WWmlmmMmmSBm 'V . . ,,mA i j" t i AN ANGE PRE -a. ' WJ VOL 9, NO 5 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905, Hntcrcri In the San Angelo Post omco iih Second class mall matter &-& "- 4mk in a tt ROYAL Pill Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder produces food remarkable both in fine flavor and wholesomeness. HOW ABOUT A BAND? There's Material (or n Oood One in San Ancclo. A Few Band Notes. Why bnsn't San Angolo got a first class, well equipped baud? It did have once, when Sun Angelo was incorporated years ago. There is n picturo in Georgo Allen's music store of this old baud. They hud bright uniforms, practiced regularly and was an or ganization that the citizens were proud of. San Angelo is a nourishing city again and is in bettor Bhapo than ever to have a lirst class homo band. Among the members of the Turn Veroin alone, are enough musicians tor a Btrong bund. All it needs is some organization to start and back it. A director could bo go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 February 1905

IHH'V &' 'i-C. I ' b"J , iwrn.i.1 ii " THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, J9G5 "The work of Tuesday night was the best job San Angelo's Fire Department ever did. Tell everybody that I said so." v ?C X TC ?C X U Thus spoke EDDIE AIER, the Jovial Saloon And the PRESS, In doing His bidding, supports his Stntement. '2" i -- jAAlil fe 9 gg 8 All Honor to the Fire Department m lent H Man, I & j. -I i ) ! - 'timtLh: ,. yp jV?'WYwmywm1y7 A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Humes Destroy C. & (1. MnKclstclii Co's Iron-CInd nnd Frame Ware- houses in Ucnr ot I:ormcr Location. A lira alarm was sounded Tues day night about 10 :Ji() o'clock. AliuoBttho ontiro mulo pojxilu tion was induced thoroby to in vestigate tho ease of tho alarm. A groat many ladies t.urnod out to witness tho flro, and hut for tho fact that cooler houds prevailed at tho opera housu whoro a coacort wob boing had, a panic would doubtless have ensued and some persons boon injured. JUJTlio flro apparently o...

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