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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 January 1902

hi i if HI li iinilB ii n nmr mi ..in in I. i . NK'" 0 If J i . I 1 1 i To Mothers of gUarge Famiiies In this workaday world few wimicn ro no )ilni;v(l Unit pliyslc.'il exertion is not coiitunlly ilciimiidcd of tlicm in their dally life. Wo irifikeii f.puclal appeal to motlicr.1 of largo famlllen w)ioso,vorl Ih never onc, nnil many of whom suffer, and after for Inch of Intelligent aid. To women, voting or old, rich or poor, wo extend nn Invitation to accept free advice. Oli, women I do not let Hut. OAnniH Bkcakvillb. yar liven bo sacrificed when a word of advice at tlio first approach of wcnlc- Ssifl, may fill your future yearn with tnlthy Joy. Address a latter to Mrs. PlnUhnm'n Laboratory, Lynn Mass., ftnd you will not bo disappointed. 'when 1 befjsn to tnku Lydla E. Plnkham'n Vegetable Compound I was not able to do my housework. I nui fired terribly at time of menstruation, peroral doctors told mo thoy could do Bothlnv for mo. TlinnUn to the I'lnk bain nurlco and mcdiclno I am now...

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. — 22 January 1902

SSSaiKZLZl 7. TWWZW' & T m A'afrZiJ:-i t id: ffie jPredd. kfan Unaeo '" "U VOL 6, SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 22 1902. Kntcrcil In the San Angelo I'ost Office in Second-class mall matter. NOj 4 8iMKmW&K AiivFclt and Scaly Mattresses Lead them All , FURNITURE, GO TO MRS. E. For FirstClass Furniture at RIGHT PRICES. $mmmmmimmmwm'mx Arhelgar-Balfanz. On last Wednesday nt seven o'clock p. in. in the German Lutheran church at Mason, Tex. occurred the marriage of Miss Ella Arholgar and Mr. Robert Balfanz. Immediately following the wedding, the happy couple wore driven to the residence of tho brido's parents where an elegant wedding supper was served, followed by a reception during which more than two hun dred friends called to extend congratulations and felicitations suitable to the occasion. Mr and Mrs. Balfanz wero tho recipients of a largo number of handsome presents from friends at Mason and also in San Angelo. Tho presents, too numerous to mention, consis...

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. — 22 January 1902

. . ifiHS11' .. v; msmm J wsja ) IjimWHijiifini mHMfl V towyi m wfr i m ""' 'join mi" ! -,-.' . y ! i o " '"' t i ' g a 1 1 1 1 i wi jpw,t' i -i w ...niMKnaui.ita. z.b - tM-frmi iii'iiirEi '" M m nilfcMIW -V I ft t II- ti 1 J i, I' i 'II r'u mm JSan Atjgeto Press iMuid every W'dnftdoy. -tfflULY & SLEDGE, PROPRIETORS A.W. GLCDGE, MANAGE flulmcrlptloii, Vvv Year, $1,00. -yHVN ANOBI.O, Ti:., Jllll. 22, l!)0i!. AILW AY TIME-TABLE. PASfJUN'CU'.lt Arrives 1:20 n. m. Iioavca 4,00 p.m. LOCAL jArxivos 5:15 p.m. J vb 8:20 . m. London. -Tho war oflico has issued a call for 0800 infantry volunteers to leplaeo tlioso now serving in Soutli Africa. Waco 'lixus. The Confcder .ttto organizations of this city aio jproparing to give Green's brl Cade reunion, which takes place In this city February 21 and 22, a .most hearty rccomioti. At a mooting ot tho arrangomonl committee last week full plans word laid out and tho old ,Mt3rans will be treated in true a-oyal style. Many ol iho blotches, pimples ...

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. — 22 January 1902

(1 i 1 Extcntion OF Dull Trade. Who., this ahull l.iivoiiccomillsl:- jdtA Vk V V J. v! vte vk vki 15 II 1 vsi r wr(i-3wnrAiru!3Ar-Hr 34"5air-3uS"A"ir'fcw bb vdl ! fe.rn. .. .......... fc.. ,...... jV r-- IYlri"ii will roodflr 1 TllrvAin1 fTnjfa knrl dMftvi In tn. MtlStang Liniment wstnulcitirulcaUl, Fannwstrrlt. A toad under a harrow FiifTera 110 more limn tho fliitlifnl horse that is tortured with Spavin.-", Swinnor, Hnrncs Sores, SprnitiH, etc. Mo3t horso owner know thin nnd apply the kiud of Hvmpntby that hcate, Uuowu , lhr and wide its Mexican fl,2irn3irirflSirait. 1 Never fuilo not even in tho most aggravated case3. " (hired caked udder in cow.- quicker than any known remedy. Hardly a diacnao peculiar to mubde, ekiu or jointa that cannot be cured by it. M (ivlrii 11 U tliu l-it reniodr ou tho market for muiuui Wind OMLsBproins aud BUnLumrrt. JYltlStang Liniment HkwjhoraeiinndmulMlueondltlou. 'o dc- As tho president is "not in ttuonced in any way by his own personal feelings" in...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 22 January 1902

hi '$ 3 S. W: jP t-!V mtw: IMkt' JIB? v IIliwPr'""j J ft' Sai) Aijgelo Press lijucd evtry wednzsday TRULY A SLEDGE PROPRIETORS A.W. QLCOQC, Publisher HiibHcrliitlon, Tor your, $1,50. han angm.o, ti:x, Jan. "2, 1902. SALUTATORY. This being our first twirl out oC tho box wo presume the readers of llio Fukss expect us to say something of tho plans and futuro policy of the papor. To begin will), we do not wish to raise the hope', of tho readers of this paper too high, and, therefore, wo will state that it is our desire and shall ,bo our con stant oxertiou to make tho Pitnss second to no paper hi West Texas, and to raalec it a wcleomo visitor to every fi re side in the great Concho coun try. Wo do not expect to make uny radical changes in the papor, except that we will make it a faithful chronicler of the local history of this section, and pre sent tho events as they pass in an honest, hlraight-forward and interesting way, so far as our abilities will permit. While our acquaintance in Sa...

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. — 22 January 1902

uKn KjjfsgSY f f "" "" ' ' ' "" ' ' -f -p IC VHII IF YOU & MATDCCC iYmuvL.iJJ 41. Just like cut. You 2J will find it the great est MA i IKfcSS ever made, Also have the "Hayncs" or "Scaly" Mattress which is hard to beat and the "AirFelt," which is a fairly good Mattress -X- Pillows in all grades $ rt jg, i "" E. M. Baygont, the trappor, siys ho has caught 110 cayotcs since September first. Mrs. W. R. Reynolds and Chil dren caino up from Ballinger, Sunday night on a visit to friends. P. L. Clarlc returned from West Tom Green whore he had boon with some prospectors, Monday. Wo cater to the jug trade, have all grades of liquors and at prices 'jo suit, give us a call. Depot Saloon. Frank Stidlo, day clork at the Landon, returned from Mason Saturday night whore ho has been to attend the Balfanz-Arhol gar wedding. Oysters, game, fish and the best of overvthiner served to suit, by Steve Killman at the Legal Tender Restaurant. J. S. Miles, the prominent hard ware and implement man, bough...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 22 January 1902

. . . J .faMMw kmmi is?irj"''i iKfusSSSBBStBIUtSSSSSBSBKiKBKttKKl tKKRkfSrmBKKblMHRBKKNH .A3iBHr VUHiii - J;f!L, i - v," ?i ai sy t r M - ...- .. I...- i i . .. .... , -.. . -, .. . . . nl m r STOCK NEWS. PIIONI! 211. JumoB Callan, or Mcnitrdvillo, bought, 11 head or Horoford bull calves from Torn McClouvy, of Kansas City; forSlOOO. Ohurloy Molloy Sr. Iiuh flold Abo Swninoy 10 head of high bred Horoford bull culvos for G0por head. They tiro beau llos. Arch Donge, Kd Farnaworlh find Frank llargis havo returned from Upton county vhcro tboy 'went with I ho Brook Smith horses. Concho Herald. Davis & l'tirccll recently sold toE. II. Kstcs 12 bull calves, graded Horofords.at $!fiiiround. Theso will bo a part of Mr. Es tos' exhibit at tho El Paso Mid winter Carnival next week, and will reflect inucli crodit upon tho graded stuff of tho Midland rango country. Tho winter up to tho prcsont iias proven remarkublo mild. Oattlo In Midland rango country havo not nuffored tttall, so far as wo ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 22 January 1902

dUtK$ -'V -j Jhmmm"m S 1 w -rr- i &:$& LW J&. PRICES $ & $- The Martine FurnjtujreHouse Is in position to sell you any kind of Furniture at rock $jfr bottom prices. It loads in this feature, uncap tur nituro is a specialty, as there are more poor folks than rich ones and wo cater to the overydny t ratio. Dig bargaius in Paints. Want to closo out my whole stock. It will pay you to call and investigate if you oontcmplato needing paint. "WALL PAPER, at greatly reduced prices. 12e for double rolls. Have somo other papers that rotail any whero from 10c, 50c and 05c, my price is 15c, 20c, t5e and 80c per double roll. CALL AND SEE ME ML W. MARTINE. fifc Cliadbournc Street. Phone 237. fcfrj as. "" "- nw $$$$$$ Flnesr-llabcrkorn Affair. Handsomely printed posters hung in conspicuous positions, told those interested that theso two successful musiciuns hud again joined forces. What tho real cause of their separation was. was never publicly tnudo known, Hit the music lovers were...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 22 January 1902

!W pyOWM ftti ifif mWMt .jmm Mas frymwmm Maiiu'jmjiims. i ... m .jr i, '....,. . .. .Jznjir. , t s: Sfc f Br ' I' f I Ms fefc' I ft- ' fi 11 t i ) ! I" Ri; J'" X ,.: tyM -" '.4 if - Monduy was (mother duster. We regret lo clironiclo the ill iitss of Mrs. C. R. Bowman. John Arthur, the Dovo Creel: irrigator wus in Iho city Tues day. A big line of hardware at "The Fair" corner; Givo mo a trial. E. L. McAwine. W.O. Jones, the well known Christova!, stock mun was in Kan Angelo Tuesday. Lilllo Miss Liln. Marborry re turned, Sunday night, from a visit to Hallinger. The liJth annual reception of the San Angelo club is lo taue place on Fob. 10. Attorney D. A. Gaut mado a trip out to Kincker bockcr, Fri day, on business. Jessie Cjross, tho trader, went down to Brownwood to sco the folks Friday eve. Mrs. J. F. Cox camo in from n threo months stay in Houston, Sunday morning. Deputy U. S. Marshal S. R. Hodgers mudo a liin to Ballin ger, last week, after u prisoner. Do you need Poultry Notting o...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 January 1902

Ra. iHMuStfBli ffi&JPA vtfl s&? t-- -v eJie!.',.'?T?' Wit- - 1 . J'tyV ,' U.7 V?i. jfireM ,- r VOL 6, NO 4, AN. ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29 1902. Knterctlln the Ban AnncloI'mtOMce m HccomVcImih mnll lEiUter, 'WiMrt- fflPA " i iMJiii Jin Wjfai f rosDcctive Wedding. "Speaking by the card" Miss Kalhryn Chance and Mr.Charles A. Farqubar will bo married Wednesday eveniug. February lifth, at nine o'clock at the Bap tist Church in San Angelo. The event is anticipated with much interest by the entire community as the high contract-' ing parties are among the best known and best liked people in the city. . In a letter from S. H, Riley, proprietor of the Robert Lee San Angelo Mail line and also a merchant of Robert Lee and all round farmer, states that things arc well with him. He is having ii big tank put in on his place and can water several hundred stock from awell that formerly afforded water for about 20 head. He has recently threshed out over 400 bushels o...

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. — 29 January 1902

I Ride a Hagelstein Saddle. State oi Ohio.Wy ot 4MOMBOO0 wit wnrnnss iitiii sikuuiuo. u .J - i Yiiinrv. i u t I'M i KTTI Ride a Hagelstein Saddle. Harness and saddles, J S Miles. Dr. Henry Green, veterinary of Coleman, was in San Angelo last Friday and Saturday. Standard Cultivators, Hagel stein's. We have a lot of old newspa pers for sale at 20c per hundred. P. C. Cobb was in from Slcr ling City Saturday after a load of supplies. Fine line of harnest at lowest prices atllenry Hagelstcin's. Second hand sewing machines in good order, at bargain prices, ntC. & G. Hagelstcin's. Judge Rimes returned from a business trip to Waco on Sunday night's train. Sewing roaohim-3, latest up to- date, 20 to ?05 at Hagelstom's. Now is the proper time to ut- tend to your plumbing and winHlntnr is the man to do it. No shoddy work done. -1 tf Mrs. Joe Verbert went to ctniirnf fiitv Inst, Wednesday to organize a ladies circle of the W. O. W. Standard Cultivators, Hagel btein's. Henry Bagelstein is t...

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. — 29 January 1902

' w V. hMb - - . -'iP'IW .tf&JWB fffc JfSH ' "st;i iggiiiiir LMuik3 j)-lf SfWfW j.7 P ' 7 V 4i. Iw .v- LW PRICES The Martine Furniture House $ Ta In nnnHJnn tn soil vou anv kind of Furniture at rock $ bottom prices. It leads in this feature. Cheap fur niture 'is a specialty, as there are more poor folks than rich ones and we cater to the everyday trade. A Complete lino of Queensware, etc., on hand. WALL PAPER, at greatly reduced prices. 12c for double rolls. Have some other papers that retail anywhere from 40c, 50c and 03c, my price is 15c, 20c, 25c and 80c per double roll. CALL AND SEE ME, M. W. MARTINE, -& Tin rooflug J. S. Miles. Henry Hagelslein saddles aro the best. Standard Cultivators, Hagel stein's, All railroads entering Kuusas City will enforce the rule of two cars or no pass, to shippers. Buggies and hacks, J S Miles. Second hand sowing machines, i'n good order, at bargaiu prices at Hagelstein's. Wo aro under obligations to Mrs. B. McDermolt for favors, this week....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 January 1902

P ; '' ") Tit) WMk' t pjjjni pwwMdiNIwi' i" c: wpi i :, .sai r-w. mum inn n nun- iMiI1iiif"',,MJ',T?1g'r'r"iTrrL. Jl i iu iHiTn fiffiaVfiai JMhntrT T imTT "' T !f ---"- F .H A f L- M f.l fw I K' t Sai) Aijgelo Press luued eviry wadneido. TRULY A SLEDGE PROPRIETORS A.W SLEDQC, Publisher Hubscrlptlon, lor Year, $1,50. SAN ANtlELO, TEX., Jan. 29, 1002. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGKK. Arrives 1:20 a. in. Leaves 4,00 p.m. local Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a. tn. Population oF Our Country. Tho Census Bureau 1ms issued a roport announcing that tho population of tho entire United States, including all outlaying possessions was 81,280,000 in the consus year 1001. This itemized as follows: Continentml United Statos, or United Statos proper, 75,093,575 (horotoforo announc ed); Philippines G.0OI.U39. boing tho estimato of the statistician to tho Philippine commission; Por to Rico 953, 213, Hawaii 151,001, Alaska 03,592, Guam 9,000, American Samoa 0,100, persons in the military and naval servi...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 January 1902

Ul m RCfij w igY' 1H s? ' Mexican MUStatlg Liniment sea mulos and cattlo. Farmers try It rill nvulllr overcome; low of Hair. Di3ea9nl Hoofa and Scratched In hor- X toad under a harrow Buffers no moro than tho faithful horso that is tortured with Spaviri3, Swinncy, Harness Sores, Sprains, etc. Most horso owners know tlrii anil apply tho kind of sympathy that heals, known fur and wide as L5 en meant, Never fails not oven in the mo3t aggravated case?. Cures caked udder in cows quicker than any known remedy. Hardly a disease peculiar to muscle, skin or joints that cannot bo cured by it. MpyPn N tho best remedy oa tho murltotfor iUt.Xlt.ail Wind OftlU, Sprains and SltinLumpi. MtiStang Liniment UkeepsliorswntulmulwlacoiuUttoai Verily the life of u country editor is a path of thorus. His bread is promises and his meat disappointments. His creditors chase him by day and ttio devil KriunotU at him in his dreams at night. One subscription In wood, and behold It is rotten and soggy and of shor...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 January 1902

J& . Ml mi I ' ftf '!!' '.KrW m f W ' f J '" ' " " '' '"' rT.1'1: VJF : x- -, - 1 ,- ... i m .ptlSplpWPi'iil ' grijKF'' -.-s; HWW- Wtni 4 A " k BU " w-iT a- ifnnsKUL X -, i4( ' IBP ' IP' II I1 'i ' i . V ii ) 1 ,: r I i t I: ? i I Sai) Aqgelo Press Issued every Wedntsday, TRULY & SLEDGE PROPRIETORS A. W SLEDGE, Publisher. HiibMcrlntlon, lor Your, $1,00. SAN ANUKLO, TEX., Jtttl. 20, 1002. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENOKU. Arrivos 1:20 u. m- Leaves 4,00 p. in. LOCAL, Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a. in. The San Angolo Press, undor tho management of Truly & Sledge, comos to us vory much improved this week. Tho Press will no doubt now, take a stand right up at tho top among tho bost weeklies of this section. Brownwood Bulletin. Tho House Democratic caucus udoptod a resolution favoring tho admission of the Territories of Oklahoma, Arizona and Now Mexico to statehood. As nothing was said about tho Indian Terri tory tho presumption may bo that that torritory is expected to como i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 January 1902

TE" jmm -.!" 1V 3 'J ,'L-I Complimentary Ball. On last Friday night a number of the friends of Robert H. Bal fanz tendered him and his wife a ball as an ovidence of their ap preciation of his escape from the stato of single ousseduess. Messrs W. 0. Noelto and Sam Price were tho prime movers in the scheme, and that is the same as saying that it was a success. Among those present were Messrs andMesdamcs Robert H. Balfanz, August Balfanz, W. A. Alberthol. S. Kllman, T.Guthals, n. E. RatlHe. R. Frioble, Geo. Frieble, Oscar Armstrong, 0. W. Zenker, Gus Dressier, Jake Al len, Fred Beck, John Perry, J. P. Andersen, W. C. Noelte, August Pahl. Bert Snyder, Joe Clark, JoeVerbert, Mrs. J. J. Cren shaw, Mrs. Ratliffe, Mrs. Cox, Mr. Jack Brick and Mrs. W. Hennersdorf . Misses Helen and Martha Balfanz,Emma, Rosa and Ella Daughorty, Marie Huifman, O.Ratliffe, Kitty Smith.Vonwick, Pearl Jones, Annio Hewitt, Efile Buford, Birdie Dean, Lovie and Lura Bradley, and Messrs Lon Willis, Henry Peters, Arch...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 29 January 1902

' r?' .; ff ! t r?j VW i, fc A 4 i- ikyHHHHHHPP 'As? I ' lit fv' !! I'll . I U m , 1 I a4 I i i i : I I ' ' Ji ? ME TO W M m 4M K .7. H. Smith sold bis entire.. Block of groceries and con fee lions at miction Inst Tuesday and iH having the house renovated, preparatory to putting in a stock or dry goods. Fcr a glass cf beer cr fine whiskey, goto Chas, Zenker's bar, Leo Uros., C. B. Metcalf, Payne and Jones and .7. .7 Rhodes are making preparations to exhibit some tine Horeiorci ntock at the live stock show in Fort Worth. April 11th and 1:2th- Many a bright and happy household hns- been thrown into Hudr.essand sorrow because of the death of a loved ono from a neglected cold. Ballard "s Hore hound Syrup is the great cure for coughs, colds and all pul monary ailmenls. Price, fi and HO cents. For talc by .7. W. Harris & Co. J. M.' Watson, whose post office is Sherwood, was in town Thursday and made the Press an appreciated visit. Mr. Wat lion reports a very good season in the ground ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 February 1902

.-53 v VJ WSWrSFi 31 ASfSLiSJ I,-. p Pred4. &8MtiitffeMMMflBMHHHHMfltt4iltttiti9MtfBIHMHlllflHM f!?,1i'f ' f . . . - - .. ofan Jfie (Ingeo ' (MS , J' ' t. SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEB, 12 1902. Entered in the Bun Anuolo Post Oniec as Sccorfl cIm n mull matter, Some Cough, Truth, If you get the wron? couch remedy and It fullu, you lose time, render the cough harder to euro, and arc uiu yuur money. There are a good many wrong cough remedies, but It Is easy to avoid them. Come hero and gctour Compound Syrupof White Pino and you will be sure of an effective, scientific preparation, one that Is endorsed by hundreds of people In this locality and one that costs you nothing If It ever falls. Price 25c and 50c Concho Drug Store San nnttelo, Texan Give Us MorciRoom! Room, room, give us room; is the cry of the children of San Angelo. Every day is but ad ding evidence to the already well known fuct that the accom modations for school purposes aro wofully inadequate to...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 February 1902

"iiiwyWffiliir'irHiiititoftif'irii m niiiMii iiiim a -.jfA '&.'. .. .Lj&j&Rk.'. .. ' i "Wffr.lisiBifclBBWBKMBBBBOkSlSHHHBBilf i mk fitpttf)!-. '! iirii'VMTICTTinffi 'F-FH1" ilfTfffTMwni IH'i' n , , , m. , - - - --" W n m AitvFcIt and Scaly Mattresses Lead them All 0 MRS. E. C. FITZGERALD For FirstClass Furniture at FIGHT PRICES, of every kind CONCHO HVBNUB mmmmmmwmmwmwmm ANNUAL CLUB RECEPTION, Tlio lonu nntlclpntcd Snn AukcIo Club ICcccutlon n comilcto Siicccbh. Tlio Ojicm llouso ideal in Uh urtlHtlc decoration. Claret punch nnd lemonade, with cake, were served between dances, and an elegant lunch, of coffee, chocolate and sandwiches, was sorved at the tables placed on the stage. The witching hour of midnight was long since passed ere the merry dancers, reluctantly left the hall, and the gray dawn of Fobruary 11th marked the brillmnt .entrance into local so cial annals of the thirteenth an nual reception of the San Angelo Club. The 13th annual reception of the San Angelo...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 February 1902

! H H LOW PRICES gjj The Martine Furniture House, s in position to sell you any kind of Furniture at rock bottom prices. It leads in this feature. Cheap fur niture is a specialty, as there are more poor folks than rich oues and we cater to the everyday trade. A Complete line of Queensware, etc., ou hand. Also carry a complete Hue of sewing machine needles of all kinds, oil, and attachments. WALL PAPER, at greatly reduced prices. 12c for double rolls. Have some other papers that retail anywhere from -10c, 50c and 05c, my price is 15c, 20c, 25c and 80c per double roll. CALL AND SEE ME, ML W. MARTINE. Chadbourne Street. AN INTERESTING SUBJECT TO RANCHMEN. Comparative Cost or Operating a 4 Horss Power Engine Outfit. Expense of operating a Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engine. Consumption, one-tenth gallon per horse power per hour: 4 H. P. for one hour -1-10 gallons. 4 H. P. for 10 hours, 4 gallons. 4 H. P. for 24 hours 9.G gallons 4 H. P. for 00 days, 570 gallons. Using gasoline at 20c, $115...

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