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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 12 February 1902

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 12 February 1902

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 12 February 1902

ml) lv! K J 1 I Kl LI IraT l?J I ) : itoi ii u. r . K Ini (1 Pr U'4 i M l 1 i ' I Sai Aigelo Press Usued every vcdneiday. TRULY & SLEDGE PROPRIETORS A.W SLEDGE PUBLISHER Subscription l'or Yonr $150. SAN ANGELO TUX. Fob. 12 1902. RAILWAYTIME-TABLE. passench:u. Arrives ''Xam Leaves 'LOO p. in LOOM Arrives 5:15 p.m. Leaves 8:20 a. in. Big losses of stock reported in the dailies from tbo snow storm wore greatly oxagoratod. Losses woro in fact very light. Thcodoro the presidents old- est son is vory siclc with pneu- monia in Massachusetts and the president loft Washington to go to him Saturday. The- PitESS would like to see both Lovo and Robbins ro-elect-cd Land Commissioner and treasurer respectively. Their enemies mako us lovo these two men. First in importance to any and every town is the methods of education. San Angolo ought to be and by proper effort and public spirit will be an educa- tional contor. The way to start is suggosted in Mr. Lofovro's lot- tor to tho trustees publis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 12 February 1902

te-hfa'-lbZ'? V rur "" i'''T PSSpP'"fl; ri- ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements advance. strictly ensh In & Subject to action of the Democratic primary wo ore authorized to make tho following announcements! For ConcrcBB O. T. MAXWELL .For County Judgo MILTON MAYS. (for rc-clecllon) For Sherlft and Tax Collector J. B. ALLEN (for re-election) J. S. McCONNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. P. 12. ALLEN. (for re-election) W. H. ALLEN. For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. W. LAWHON. ( for re election ) FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST (re-election) For Constable Precinct No. I: DICK UUNYON. (for re-election) Seed oats at Rawls Sigman Co. Mabson tho leader in groceries and grain John Leo returned Monday morning from a business trip to San Antonio. Seed oats at Rawls Sigman & Co. Call and see tho latest improv- ed bed springs for Iron Beds at Martine's. 5 2tf. Jay Montague of tho 0. 9. ranch was in San Angelo Mon day. Take your hides and furs to Rawls Sigman & Co. Do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 12 February 1902

f (.-- &-.. . -.. --- " -.-" VV - f5s t" '"f$r .; . miv f" t II i. i 1 w f- J . lit' ' 1 ii ' H ! (' ! t I aft fV k I ': mm i is ' J m jr. mm Albert Wilcox the jeweler at lleald's subscribes lor the PRESS. Now is the proper time to at tond to your plumbing nnd Find- later is the man to do it. No Bhoddy work done. -1 tf Messrs Tlind and William Green of Green Bros. Kobert Leo merchants were in San An- gelo on business Friday ol last week. Now is the proper time to at- tend to your plumbing and Findlatcr is the man to do it. No shoddy work done. ! tf Claude Hudspeth whoso origi nal genius is the guiding star of the unique and only Ozona Kick- or was a welcome visitor in the city Saturday. Miss Edna Meyers a popular teacher in the Ballinger school came up last Saturday to spend a couple of days in San Angelo the guest of Mrs. H. A. Ran-uome Tom Thomassou formerly of this place but who is now farm- ing near Bronte Coke county and a Mr. Kaiser from the same place were in town the las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

s???gsagi WS . iJ.fj ttMiW( . . -h. .M JZ" KHff Utrft. Jtiivipffrl'r-4.rKl.'tf:.fj' TgrVWMnfmi tnn-wi h ! . .. if ? vijiK'i &t whHK- --yv-rffaJ)M; a 3 rVd 'ffiMfa 73fed n A .IK p- .... . ; t b .fnfc il mi 1 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEB 19 1902. r.nteml In the San AnceloPostOfltceas Second claen mall matter. i VOL 6 NO 7. Some Cough Truth It you get tho wrong coueh remedy and It falls you Iobq time lender tho cough harder to cure nnd arc out your money. There arc a good many wrong cough remedies but it la easy to avoid them. Come hero nnd get our Compound Syrupof White Pino and you Will 130 suro 01 an cuucuvu scientific preparation one that is endorsed by hundreds of people in this locality ana ono mat costs you nothing it it ever falls. Frlc 26c and SOc SCHOOL QUESTION. nave not traded you've missed with some' Concho Drug Store 6n Anrjiolo Toxn i- rrri. s&u. i jtm" -liJBfc M r '( i ii A- ' WJR' 3r ti"'p Good Wines and cordials. Are finding greater favor he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

4 FfW"' - ''"' ""' -'" "'' '-""" "'Tt' J 1-"-" "$ - ' .. u t - '. "' A Sai) Ai)ge.o Press Issued every Wednesday. P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HubHcrliitlon I'or Your $150. SAN ANOELO. TEX. Fob. 10 1002. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENQEU. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 100 p. in LOOAL Arrives ...5:15 p. in. Leaves 8:20 a. m. PUMMSHKtt'S NOTICE. Cards of Thanlcs Resolutions nf Rnsnoct. Obituarios and sim ilar notices published in the PitESS will bo charged for at regular advertising rates Ad- vertising for church school and charity bonoflts will bo charged at half rates. TlinPUUSlSHEK. S.W. Merchant. Mr. S. W. Merchant the pres- ent efficient and popular treasur- er of Tom Green county is a can- didate for re-election to the office as will bo seen from his an nouncement in this issue of the PilESS. Mr. Merchant needs no words from us to introduce him to tho voters or Tom Green county. They know him and ha.ve ofton horetotoro attested their faith in his ability and integrity by placing him by their v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

biiui iiunmijjii iiw'u.;jJMiir23swv57a P4PMPMCMHPINMMBHaalKMHMMMMMiin)4iMk .- -' -. f -Tr - t-sv- -r -' ' .--;r TfTirF;P VSBftwSP w ' T """' f HH I ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements- strictly cash in advance. Subject to action of the Democratic primary wo ore authorized to make the following announcements: For Congress O. T. MAXWELL For Keprcicntatlvc of 10:! District DH. A. L. TAYLOR. of Sonora CLAUD HUDSPETH of 0?ona For District Attorney 6 1 Judicial District W. A. ANDERSON of Sonora. For County Judpc MILTON MAYS. (for re-election) For County and District Clerk ED DUGGAN (For re-election) For CcAihty Treasurer S.'W; MERCHANT (For re-election) For Sheriff and Tax Collector J. B. ALLEN (for re-election) J. S. McCONNELL. Jjjor County Attorney: ) . DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. (foric-elcclion) W. H. ALLEN. For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. V. LAWHON. (for re election) FAYETTE MAYES. 'For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST (re-election) For Justice of the Peace Pieclnct No. 1 M. 0. DAVIS (For rc-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

.i.'ife' JTV KrTV" fJw'?fSr"V t.tjb- . V 3-f9SK':vSir?i ; !?Hr JMMMKi Wt1' 1" t . ! i Sai) Aigelo Press Isiued ever wntday. p. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR Hiilixcrlptlori lor Ycur $1.50. SAN AN'OELO TKX. Feb. 19 1002. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PAS3ENGEI5. Arrives l0a. Leaves 4.0 P- LOCAL Arrives j:15p. Leaves b.-ua. m in m. in. FROM THE POLITICAL 5T0RH CENTER. Tho followinc "special" from Columbus Ohio by ono of the staff of tho Cleveland Plain .Deal- er is of moro than ordinary in- terest and moment showing as it does tho important place held by Mayor Tom Johnson in tho political world and tho possi- bility if not probability of his becoming tho next Democratic nomineo for President- Candidate for reelection as mayor of Cleveland in the spring of 1903; candidate for Rovornor in tho full of 19011; candidate for president of tho United States in tho fall of 1901. This is tho possible future of Mayor Tom L. Johnson as tho political wiseacres down this way have figurod it out and in that class aro i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

9&SJm V WQKll1!1 Wi. n . '-rfi3 hJiMMMMCMMIMMtartliHaaMHri ir i: r rwir"'Y'p M W WpwM JTOiSI li lim Wirt' iiifW!g'''ga . . ... f " FvnnaMwn'iOTf ( "f fMMfnpin - 'ni W I I I ) A. J. BAKER & BANKERS SAN ANGELO CO. TEXAS. A J. BAKER the treIdcntof tbli bisk lias been a reV.Uent citizen of San Angelo' for 13. vcir. lie was Comm'sor.er of the General UtdOfflce of Texas for four years. li well known an a safe anil conservative ban'ter We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons. Moneys lotned on Conservative Basis -j Kt Xi&-a- r" "WKto.'.ExCi. 'W"S&I You Can Got a Toam LIk.e thls:nt the . BricK Front Liveru and feed Stable San flnoelo. Texas A. W. ELLIS Proprietor. ' &? Grant LUipber Co. Cour House Square. -San Anaclo. Texas. WE HAVE A LOT OF FANCY AND PLAIN DOORS and at prices to suit. Sash in all sizes at low figures All grades of Lumber and Building Material and if you want to build any- thing from a shed to a house want a chance to figure with you as we make ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

j " " prfjrw.r "ffi"rrrwyKF'1' T" T'iA l"P7"3i7's "OW lVTt T Vt? W1PF c ."' W V 11 w .IbbkKiS K r""i"l ' ft? IF i . 4. . r in' f WILL WED TONIGHT Ml Mymc Brown and W. n. rarquhar the Contractln Parlies. This evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother Mrs. Alex Brown. -J08 North Third street. Miss Mayme Brown and Mr. W. B. Farquhar of San Angelo Tex. will bo united in marriage. The cere- mony will bo performed by Rev. W. H. Pinkerton of the First Christian church and tho union will bo a modest home affair. The couple will bo attended by Miss Hettio Collins and Miss Lizzie Fields of Fulton and Mr. Ed Bowers and Mr. Allard Wil- liams. Mr. Farquhar and bride leave via tho midnight Memphis train for San Angelo wherothoy are to reside. This marriage will unite an estimable couple. Miss Brown is a charming lady who is hold in high esteem here and in her many years homo in Fulton county. Sho is a daughter of the lato Alex Brown in life ono of the well known residents of the Purc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

-t Hi' Lmf ' 'fc-. -r . aarrier;; -;: L J- IT U4t " SPMR mgmmmmmmmmmmmmm ihwhii m iumfri vtm i s !& '.s- ( ' wpji&.iub v warn j iuhu. . I STOCK NEWS. I oj PHONE 244. KQ Charles Farquhar Saturday sold to T.N. Robbins ten head of mule colts at p. t. Henry Hagelstein is t he lead- ing saddle and harness man of West Texas and when you need any thing in the saddle and har- ness line it will pay you to call on him as he makes the best sad- dle in the world and carries the largest stock. Albert Owens and John Hoilin will leave for Brackettville the latter part of this week with about GO head of fat cattle which they will sell to government contractors at Fort Clark C. L. Blandon sold his ranch this week to J. B. Hainby of Austin for $2500; also 225 head of cattle at $15 around; Mr. Ham- by will build a house on the well section which lies in Sutton county. R. S. Holland made the deal. Sonora Sun. Hugh Clark the well known Monroe City Mo. stockman ar rived yesterday a week ago with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 19 February 1902

fl ' t . 4 -'; t: ' t-r jN &.:. Tj ' : ? -''v f-. i.i r ii i I f . Cull on Honry Hiigelstem for any thing in the saddle and Hari nets line. Clothes says an exchange makes the man and underclothes tho woman. The Grant Lumber Co. meet nil competition and all figures they want your trade. J. A. Dreanan of Sterling City was in San Angelo Thursday last on business. T. C. Wynn attended the wed ding of his brother Dr. Wynn at Comanche last Wednesday. Steve Ktllman is dishing up tbo best on tho market to his customers at tho Legal Tender Restaurant. John Cox of the pushing firm of Cox Bros. left Saturday for the eastern markets to buy poods. The Grant Lumber Co. carry tbo stock all kinds and want your business call and sec us our prices will suit. The commissioners court last week appointed W. L. Moon street superintendent at a salary of 160 per month. There is a time when every one needs somothing to revive a drooping spirit. Chas Zenkor's whiskey is tho best known remedy. .J.Blake Tay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

VOL 6 NO 8 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEB 26 1902. KMmalT?CM -"Mw B ? . " ; j . '-mi'W $" Some Cough Truth If you get tho wrong coukIi remedy nnd It fails you lose time render tho cough harder to cure nnd nrc out your money. There are a good mnny wrong cough remedies but it Is easy to avoid them. Como hero and get our Compound Syrupof White l'lno and you will bo sure of an effective scientific preparation ono that Is endorsed by hundreds of people In this locality and ono that costs you nothing If It ever falls. Price 25c and 50c Concho Drug Store Son Anffolo Texan ('o(rnkr Good Wines and cordials. Are finding greater favor here as a table beverage. Perhaps it is because people are finding out how good our Wines are. And these goods are not at all high priced. At a very little ex- pense two ar three brands can be kept in the house. 3I13LLOW BLOSSOM Whyskoy and all good brands of Wines and Whiskeys suitable for banquets und festivities of all kinds are in stock also ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

T 'j 'Jf-" . BV . " ' ''- ' 1W4'TV''' -i ' - Kip' JT" -' "T" . -l"-rr" r Hi R KJ' KSKK r if- III il If it. i 1 P. IP- i fe 4. P. E. TRULY Sai) Aqgelo Press Issued every Wednesday. PROPRIETOR Subscription I'or Your $100. SAN ANCIfcXO TUX. Fob. ilO 1002. l'UMMSIIKIt'S XOTICU. Cards of Thanks Resolutions ofKcspcct Obituaries and sim- ilar notices published in tho Phuss will bo charged for at rcgulnr advertising rates Ad- vertising for church school and charity bonellt.s will bo charged at half rates. TunPo'itsisiiuii. P. E. Truly has sold the Bal- lingor Lodger to C.S.Bowdon and A. W. Sledge and purchased the entiro plant of the San Angelo Press. Mr. Truly is a good newspaper man and doubtless will malfo tho Press ione of the best papers in the West Miles Mcssonger. Tho old lcaso lino tight bobs up serenely again and promises to bo a night mare in tho dreams oflogislativo candidates Ropresontativo Hawkins says tho question is settled and that the legislature will not bo apt to consider...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

. - ' ' ' ..-. -i . f v ' r - . y y 'ti"r-ri L h ; i r:. .rtt 'Mi' J7i .T . t : - .. i'4 --v ' v xr: ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements strictly cash In advance. Subject to action of the Democratic primary wo arc authorized to make the following announcements'. For Congress O. T. MAXWKLL for Representative of 102 District DR. A. L. TAYLOR of Sonora CLAUD HUDSrBTII of Ozona For District Attorney l Judicial DUtriet W. A. ANDKRSON'. of Sonora. For County Judge MILTON MAYS. (for reelection) JOSEPH SPBXCK. For County and District Clerk BD DUG G AN (For re-election) For County Treasurer S. W. MERCHANT (For rc-clcetlon) For Sheriff and Tax Collector J. B. ALLEN (for re-election) J. S. McCONNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. (forrc-clcclton) W. II. -ALLEN. i For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. V. LAWHON. ( for re elcctfon ) FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST (re-election) For Justice of the Peace Precinct No I M. 0. DAVIS (For re-election) For Constable Precinct No....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

t Hftf ""'' $b ph. Sai) Aqgelo Press APPOINTMLNTOfT W0 CHAIRMEN STOCK NEWS. VfBipi"" p H MSSEltho MM&& If3b ?SS3i 1 Kfi KL2sBffk spt. w mPmWw-lr- luued every vednetday. P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR Htibscrlptlon l'or Year $150. la fact) County li Urged and Subscriptions PHONE 2U. Will be Requested from All of t3i' CltlienthJp. t.l' t I r -J SAN ANOKLO ti:x Feb. 20 1902. RAILWAYTIME-TABLE. PASSCNOIUt. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 40Q p. tu LOCAL Arrivos 5:15 p.m. Leaves 8:20 a. m. Tho reading public have per- haps urown weary or the Sam-son-Schloy investigation and appeals but if a question is novor sottled '.until rightly set- tled there is no end yet in sight. The president has substantially sustained tho verdict of tho court of inquiry now what? Tho Lampasas Leader expres scs tho opinion that stranger thingshavo happonod than that MrGrubbsshould bo elected gov- ernor of Toxas. Tho Leader may bo correct but wo can imagine no phonomona in tho realms of oithor nature or art that would ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

l4flH'Cw m xi m CI' i Wat?(?B-' Me r - m i '? Sfr.-W .yV Nothing' Like It Uy sinking pipea into Hid ground to a depth of eight to ten feet the farmers about Humble havo sue- reeded in striking gas and utilizing tho heat generated in soviug their cabbage crop from destruction by frost. Assistant Passenger Agent Dohertj of tlu Houston Hast and West Texas railway is authoiity for tho statement By accident while erecting an improvised fence the fact was discovered. A hollow post was driven into the earth a fow feot. Something whizzed at the top. A match settled the question. Nat- ural gas was pouring out in a con- tinuous pressure. Tho idea of thus protecting the cabbago by utilizing this product was conceived and now all through tho cabbage fields in this section of tho country hundreds of pipes havo been sunk into the earth valves fit- ted to them and the approach of a norther hailed by counteracting fires. This method of fighting fro3t has passed thecxperitnental stage and tho entire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

f- . . rfnss: H) -a 3 ; rfl r t Hi' ft M I .- ' Red Rosebud Circle. This is the name of a new club recently organized in San Angelo by very youthful representatives of ome of the 'ending families. The club idea is ono that seems lo take possession of the femi- nine mind with a verv strong grip and evon the children feel its magnetic inlluonce and sue cumb. The ofticers of the new club ore as follows: Annaleo Harris president; Rachel Deaton vice president; Lula 13. Adams spc- retary; Lola Harris treasurer. Tho rest of the members are Lena Andtrson. Iluzel Nail Katie Kelly Lucilo Mabson Eflio Nell Helen Knupp Jessie Knapp Etta DeBerry Itasca Hill Madeline Taylor Ruth Johnson. Lula Rau Those young Misses will doubt- Jess make their club a success. It is intended to blend the liter- ary and social features of club life harmoniously in tho Red Rosebud Circle. Among the list of subjects that may be dis- cussed by tho circle at an early date occur tho following which will prove'of deep int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 February 1902

wl 'i$m$M lwHr:-:"' ' ''g "'(" V : V fcy.; . ... V" .. v- . .. ji i j"" FULL UP This in Short the condition of And RncH Supplies We arc therefore again ready for our usual extra rush of trade at this season and we arc ready in everything! In size of stock completeness of assortment high quality and low prices. Wc arc prepared to fill any sized bill and deliver or ship promptly immediately after receipt of the order which may be delivered by hand at our store by mail or you can call us up over the telephone; our number is 61; or anyway just so wc get it and wc will go right to putting it up and getting it out Wc have expected rather a larger trade this sea" son than ever before an . have felt justified judging by past experience and vk. X have stocked up accordingly. vj Remember wc arc asking for your trade strict- ly on a business basis and we always take pleasure in answering any iquirics as to our goods and prices which we appreciate and feel thankful for. Grain and Specialties. W...

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