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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 February 1902

'fWlr H J ,n f HnS9jfEB&9ffiBHHffi '"wWIrI sffSPByC" hko! n t.i 1 'I 1S ;j The Grant Lumber Co. meet fflSL oil competition unci nil figures all they want your trade. II Oneoftho dairy teams took a Jp i run down tho street Friday wf " morning at daylight and spilt W'i Borne milk. There is a lime when every one needs something to revive a drooping spirit. Chas Zenker's whiskey is tho best known jremedy. A. D. Hodge, a very elegant gentleman, was hero Thursday interviewing the printers. He got only a small older of a couple of chundred dollars from the Press. 77 is tho number of A. D. White & Co's phono when you want anything in tho grocery Jinocall them up and thoy will please you both in quality and price. Tho Ozoua Kicker of last week contained a petition and call to Claude Hudspeth to become a candidate for representative, signed by fifty-two citizens of Crockett county. Steve Killman has tako charge of tho Legal Tendor restaurant, so San Angclo will have an up-to-date plac...

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. — 5 March 1902

p i!i8t Sai) Ai)ge)o islafcioi)3) J3ai)k San Angelo, Texas. J 1 Capital paid up ,?W Surplus and undivided profits 5100,000.00 118,339.40 St C-ITcrsto Depositors nil tlic accommodations which their bnlanee, W business and responsibility justify. ' J. 1 . Si M. L. MERTZ, Pijes.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Piies., W "' r. a. Hall, cashier. )MmimmMmM)m.i&) mmmm m,m mMMM. sy w w vs &' sya sas M jui 'mwmmmmMmm&mmmmm AirFclt and ScalyD Mattresses Lead them All, FURNITURE, GO TO- MRS. E. C. FITZGERALD For First'Class Furniture of every kind at FIGHT PRICES. CONCHO AVENUE Mmmmimmwwmmwmmwww JACKSON & NEELY BROTHERS, Afltf"SI LltESTOCKftN VVVVIw, comnissiON. D RANCH REFERENCES' Concho National Sank. A. J. Baker & Co,, Bankers . San Angelo, Texas. SSL Grain and AH Feed Stuffs Chndbourno street and Twohlg Ave, WE KNOW WEST TEXAS portomilly ttiid thoroughly nna arc in n position to serve the fntcrsais 01 bothbuygr una sellers to best advantage. If you bare any thing In our line to s...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

itiiSMis niTvfrs 3vT- BfflMnbLr i3Sw 1 ' if' . t 11 H Ms - 1 iHK Ijlii m Mm Sai) Aijgelo Press Issued every Wednesday. P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HiiliHcrljitloii, I'or Your, $l,0. san ANoni.o. tux., Mar. 5, 10012. Maintain the Quarantine and Abol ish Ihe Lease Law. Col. D. P. Gay arrived Sun- day from his ranch on the Pecos and called at tlio Press oilico while In the city. Mr. Gay was enrouto to Ballinger whoro his home is, and informed us that the storm of last Wed nosdaydid some damage to a number of his windmills, which made it necessary that ho come to San Anf,'olo to purchase some articles of repair. Tho writer, being acquainted with tho fact that Col. Gay is a man of large experience in the cattle business, having hand led thousands of cattle durint; the past ten years, includiug cattle brought from tho various parts of tho state and some from Mexi co. Wo thought his views on tho two great questions agita ting the West Texas mind would bD intesesting, so, we put him under tho ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

i- " - ' :-, K- -jiaautfaiMiaajMaMMMMMBMUMBB ..-11 m mi iniiMfiaiiMMfc rtBmiiiifc iii nm mi h i TuimmM m'MW ni li iTWHffraflPirTf'IffiMnJMili 'yrmmtjmi". i w&tHm ffi W ir p i i r H ? M "f 4- ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements strictly fash In advance. Subject to action of the Democratic primary, wc are authorized to make the following announcement'. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL, f For Hepicientatlve of lOJ District DK. A. L. TAVLOH, of Sonora CLAUD HUDSPKTH, of Ozona For District Attorney fil Judicial District, V. A. ANDERSON. of Sonora. For County Judge MILTON MAYS. (for reelection) Joseph sit.nci:. For (bounty and Wisttlet. Cleik, KD DUGGAN, (For ro-elcctlon) For County Trensuicr, S. W. MERCHANT, (For lo-clcctlon) For ShcrM and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN, (for re-election) J. S. McCON'N'ELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. (for ie-clcction) V. II. ALLEN. For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. V. LAWHON. . (for ro election) FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax AsscbSor. A. D. WEST, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

i-lFpwrrt. v " .- - - , . . . . - SjW7 i-rPj- -wh-5"!i?tps? "T-'-t.,,- .IgTftT'flBW S"IF " ' "" -- i? - - rr" -"--"W .. ji" - .jwnraerrir''P'! HHBnwKfT? i? I' i I :-: v H , i i 7 f 4. i ! Al V I N Sai) Aqgelo Press Issued every Wednesday P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR Subscription, I'or Your, $1,50. SAN ANOULO, TUX., Mar. 5, 1902. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENdKK. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 1.00 p. in LOCAL. Arrivos 5:15 p.m. Loaves 8:20 a.m. PUBLISH r.K'3 NOTIUB. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and sim ilar notices published in the Puess will be charged for at regular advertising rates Ad vertising for church, school and charity bonolits will bo charged at half rates. ThbPubsishlu. The partisan press, of small calibre, has, of one accord, on dorsed Roosevelt's settlement of tho Samson Schley matter "Vivo lo Roi" is always the cry of a canting crowd that cringes, fawns and "bonds tho pregnant hinges of tho knee, that thrift may follow fawning." But enough has been said. It wi...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

H LjflfoC' &r $m i l J fiRF YfiJl WKP A & min7 ponjlh TOT-ir tfirouaii Unit. . ... . r- j.jwwnnit, 'i tvjv l;in f utij-v tint f! isutija tUjrj ii as r.!iiily n eqoil 3Ix1imu Mu itan lU'lnllnn- liluluu.-ut. St fVi fraJjV aim easy way and a sure way to treat a case of Sore Throat in order to kill disease germs and insure healthy throat action is 40 take half a glassfull of water put into it a teaspoon ful of Mexican Mustang Iviniment nml with till 4 garglo thrvtlirnat nt frequent lutervah. otU aud wiap Then hatha thu otitihto of tlia throat thoroughly vrlth tits llnl- i Dour roiiih on a toft clol Itliu l'DSITIVE L'UKK. uivtit and utter iloltiK tliUpour roiiih oil ii toft annum tiiti :i'u. 2.i-., f.Oc. uml $1.00 a liulllc. IT MAY RC Yflll 1,aT0 1"? ,'sen troubled with n running II IIIH I DC I UU bOMoruloer. Trjut it ut oneo with Slexl cnu .Mustang Iilluuieul ami you can iWp-iiiil upoa u spe-jdy cum. CITY MEAT MARKET Handles the best Fresh Meats, Home Made Lard, Sausapc, Dressed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

iipwi'fi'wsw nBjK2Pfj7v7"f r 3MwiV "MpP Tr5 ir - jpi ' SUP- IBSRhSot K f .- i ..I - --- mp ' JuBBl 1' 1 Kj fHHif ' i. ' fir W& r ' ! $ . ft Li ' i ? ! HURRICANE AT Wreckiog and Doing Much Damage to Property, One Deatl)---Viss Mamie Graham. A Campaign of Fclcif Organized and Poshed the Work of Re pairing and straightening up, Affording Temporary Relief, No Business Rest of Week. Jlobcrt Lrc, Toxin, March I, 11)02. On last Wednesday, the 25th instant, the town of Robert Lee was visited by the fiercest torna do ever known in Coke county. The wind wus hiyh all day, often enveloping tho town in sand, but at about 5.45 p. m. tho hardest gust came, which was tho worst ever known in this section. At about the hour mentioned, people were unablo to walk in any direction, and there was so much sand in tho air that many people rosortcd to lamp lighting in their homes. All small or in secure houso3 wore blown off their foundations, and many woro blown to pieces. Somo woro so badly scattered ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

. 6 ?m - 'j ..PROGRAM.. V s "V "V '""V1 Fourth Brownwood DistriGt Convention TO BE HELD AT San flnoeloJexasJarcii 28-30,1902 A. m. 10:00 10:80 10:45 11:00 11:80 11:45 P.M. 2:80 8:00 8:10 8:50 4:03 4:15 5:00 7:80 8:00 A.M. 8:80 9:00 10:00 10:80 11:00 P. M. 2:80 3:00 8:00 A. M. 10:00 11:00 P.M. 1:45 2:50 8:10 7:80 8:00 Friday, March 28. Devotional, Mrs. E L. Warner. Address of Welcome, Hon. B. W. Rimes. Response, B. F. Gooch. President's Address, E. B. Watson. Reception aud Registration. Adjournment to 2:80 p. m. Devotional, Mrs. J. A. Shoptaugh. Minutes of Santa Anna Convention. Reports of Churches. District Evangelist's Report, Arthur W. Jones. Appointment of Committees. Business and Committeo Reports. Adjournment to 7:80. Devotional. Miss Anna Haberer. Sermon, J. A. Shoptaugh. Saturday, March 29. Devotional, Mrs. Will B. Farqunur. Bible School Institute conducted by Hon. C. H. Willingham. Future Work, Hon. O. O. Harris. Church Government, Arthur W. Joues. Sermon, Baxter Golightly. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 March 1902

.mmmm f"Y tr( rrwyT- "- JffMRF ' HP I :Jf : f March 11th is tho big cow mans convention at Fort Worth Good Goods quick sales and small protlts is the motto of A . D. TrVhite&Co. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Twcody, of Knickerbocker, spent several days of the past week in the city. The Legal Tender Restaurant Js more popular than ever since Steve Kill man has taken charge. He serves to suit. Claude Stites, of Sonont, was Jbere last Tuesday to attend the 'wedding of his sister to Rev. A. T. Talbcrt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker and little son, of the 0 ranch, were In San Angelo Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ake and Mrs. Harroy Jackson were in tho city Friday enrouto home from the Monterey excursion. Mrs. John A. Loomis and chil dren and jMiss Agnes Clark, of Concho co'unty, spent several days of tho past week in tho city, stopping at the Lr.ndon. Miss Jessie Dcaton left on tho stage Friday morning for Sonora, after spending two weeks most pleasantly with homo folks and friends. Mr....

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

: S & nsKss TST? 'N Tlfa. ffiedd VOL 6, NO 10. SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1902. i:mcrcil In the Bun Ancclo I'oit omce ns HecordolasM mull mutter. -af ziof wmwAn&. v(tv. -wrsia.ra, ,. , yfiejfai Ungeo H k(rjMsiiinn.-u- -Amrtn jcvir-n .A.virv-sv rj-irvsy rv-ir1 ttvt. iviivnA rrrvTiA ru-irv.s. rnmiA rv")rv77 isM8wsSKSfisS ..mbt:otbai2s cmb Caces (Mote. JUST received and on stile by far the largest line of Saint Goul and Swiss Em broideries, Inserting and Beadlngs ever before shown in San Angclo, in matched sets or single. Each piece is a thing of beauty. Prices very low for such material as you will get in these goods Wash Dross Feilbrics A crowning exhibition is here to be seen of the wonderful loom fabrics produced by the most skilled artists and weavers both of America and Europe. f F"eA of Our F'Irst Arrivals Superb extra fine quality Dimity, a 82 inch goods, all leading shades, good value at 18c, marked to sell at 5c Real Palmetto Batiste, ver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 March 1902

-- ,. $$v, ,?v; V- ?w ! "- r ' J atr - " - ,-k v. ,fC-tf Us H i i Sai) Aqgelo Press Issued every Wednesday P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HuliHCiriiitlon, Tor Vciir, $1,50. san angelo, ti:x. Mar. 12, 1002 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 p. in LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. in. Leaves 8:20 u. m. I'UKLISH mi's NOTICn. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and sim ilar notices published in the Piinss will bo charged for at regular advertising rates Ad vertising for church, school and charity bonodts will be charged at half rates. TimPuiisisiinu. The Quarantine Line. Maxwell is strictly in line with tho people in regard to the abro gation of the Quarantine line and leaso law, which will insure him a heavy voto, both athoice and abroad, and when Hie convention adjourns Maxwell will come off with llyinir colors. Wonder whore tho other candidates for congress stand. Cisco Roundup Mr. Maxwell, us a member of tho state legislature, voted for tho abolition of tho ope...

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

ictwsiw ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements strictly cash In advance. Subject to action of the Democratic primary, wc are authorized to make the following announcements: For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL, For Representative of 102 District DP. A. L. TAYLOH. of Sonorn CLAUD HUDSPETH, of O.ona For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, W. A. ANDEUSOX, of Sonorn. For County Judge MILTON MAYS. (for re-election) JOSEPH SPEXCE. For County and District Clerk,- ED DUGGAX, (For re-clcctlon) For County Treasurer, S. W. MERCHANT, ( For re-election ) For SherllT and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN, (for re-election) J. S. McCOXNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. (for re-election) W. H. ALLEX. For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. V. LAWHON. (for re-olcction) FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST, (re-clcctlon) For Justice of the Peace Picclnct Xo. J. M. O. DAVIS, (For re-election) For Constable Precinct No. 1: DICK HUNYOX. (for re-election) San Augelo is the coming Fort Worth of West Te...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 March 1902

' V'1 T -W " ." ) 1' M Ifl 'HI i f Sai) Aijgelo Press Issued evjry wadnesday, P. E. TRULY PROPRICTOR HttbHcrlntlon, l'or Your, $1,50. SAN ANdlXO, TKW, Mar. 5, 1902. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASS END Kit. Arrivos 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 i. tn LOCAL Arrivos 5:15 p.m. Leaves 8:20 a. m. PUMLlSHIUl'S NOTICE. Cards of Thunlcs, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and sim ilar notices published in the Pituss will bo charged for at regular advertising rates , Ad vertising for church, school and charity benefits will bo charged at half rates. TlinPUBSISHUK. Congress has more right to appropriate tho .peoples' money to pay tho Soutli lor property destroyed during tho war, than it has to appropriate it to pay tho oxponses or an envoy extraor dinary to the coronation of Edward. "Hogg souse" is likelj to take tho place of "horsa'sonsc" in tho vocabulary or Toxans, who fad mire tho actions of the big ex govornor in refusing to make a guy of himself in order to be presented to Edward. Wo mav not bo well up...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 March 1902

if? , "'HI W in m V $t:- I'KIN'OE. vf njU vlU viL vvL m! vJ m! vJ vO MLy vvL, vLy vJ vd,, oL, . Mi XI pon ? ...Everything New and FirstChss $X fl ; Day s i 1 41; and J Water nml niectrle Light jvk. S j Night. ? In Kvury Room. w" I f g Is It American. In view of the proposed ap propriation of $00,000 ly con gross to defray tho expenses of ti special representative to the coronation of Edward VII. many things occur to the mind of even a partially posted man on the history of the United States. Why should tho United States government send a special en voy to be present on this occas ion to felicitate Edward, on be half of this country, upon his accession to the fseat so long kept warm by his mother, of blessed memory? Why could not our minister, Joseph Ohoate. and his associa tes do all that courtesy aud 'good taste require of us, without put tiug the people to this added ox pense of $00,000. Sixty thous and is, of course, an insignifi cant sum for the United States government to pay; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 March 1902

fiI, -T JA l.-l'fMF?K:A ' V. ) T kn lb: i1 jj Dots from Funk Dance. "Say," said an enthusiastic San Angclo society man who attended the dance givon by Joe Funk last Friday night, "that dance at Joe Funk's was out of flight." "Itwas simply one of the most thoroughly enjoyable affairs I ever attended, and I have been in 'at the death' on several-" "There was a big crowd con sidering the distance, at least thirty couples. About all of Sherwood's society contingent was there and a number of cou ples from Water Valley, besides our party from San Angelo which numbered ten." "Mr. James Richardson and a charming young lady from Water Valley danced the High land Fling and 1 never saw it danced as well before. It was great, and they were forced to repeat it." "The Lancers danced by a group of Water Valley society people was a feature of the ovo ning, and as to supper it was simply immense. It was a most sumptuous spread of everything almost that the San Angelo mar kets, West Texas streams and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 March 1902

B l mmmmiSfmimmKm ..PROGRAM.. y Fourth Brownwood District Convention TO BE HELD AT Sail ftnaelo. Texas, Marcli 28-30, 1 902 A.M. 10:00 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:30 11:45 P.M. 2:80 3:00 3:10 3:50 4:05 4:15 5:00 7:30 8:00 A.M. 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:30 11:00 P.M. 2:80 3:00 7:80 8:00 A.M. 10:00 11:00 P. M. 1:45 2:50 3:10 7:30 8:00 Friday, March 28. Devotioual, Mrs. E. L. Warner. Address of Welcome, Ron. B. W. Rltnes. Response, B. R Guoch. President's Address, E. B. Watson. Reception and Registration. Adjournment to 2:30 p. m. Devotional, Mrs. J. A. Shoptaugh. Minutes of Santa Anna Convention. Reports of Churches. District Evangelist's Report. Arthur W. Jones. Appointment of Committees. Business and Committee Reports. Adjournment to 7:80. Devotional. Miss Anna Haberer. Sermon, J. A. Shoptaugh. Saturday, March 29. Devotional, Mrs. Will B. Farquhar. Bible School Iustitute conducted by Hon. C. H. Willingham. Future Work, Hon. C. O. Harris. Church Government, Arthur W. Jones, Sermon, Baxter Golightl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 March 1902

rSffr?, s;sv" ' I 'MJ& if I $ Mr- 1 1 I .-j ...Our New Spring Stock is Now on Exhibition... We did our very best while in the East to get some of all the new things out. our selection, both in quality and quantity. We claim to sell merchandise a We surpassed all former efforts in as cheap as ANY retail store in Amer- ica. We ask you to see our stock and judge for yourself. WE QUOTE JUST A FEW PRICES TO GIVE YOU SOME IDEA OF WHAT WE ARE DOING m II IflHf WW.. w TSaUi SI p Scisland Pccalos. 250 styles, SO inches wide. per yard ' UC Standard Percales, 00 styles, 32 inches wides, per yard 03C Graf tan Percales, F.O styles. 22 in. wide, per yd. . . 5 c A.F. C. Ginghams 10c Toil du Nord Ginghams 10c Silk Ginghams, regular 25o quality, and we have plenty of them, our price, yer yard 1 UC Francoina, Batiste ulways 15c. our price per yard 10c Black Persian Mull, alway lDc, our price, per yard IOc Toile do Soie, newest designs, per per yard 20c Windsor Papillians, your catalogue vuotes at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 March 1902

Vt 1 V. ' V- f -3 iB - . ' . .,y !j a2 . ' jPredd. flZ? i " flv- r W ' VOL 6. NOIJ, n!n!!!!!!!!!inH!in!n!n!m!nH!n!mmmmmnm!m!m! fimnimmnm'mmfr NANGELOTOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH MUSKcT Spring Millinery Opening SS I MS. A. E. SHERMAN, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, Cordially invites you to attend her SPRING OPENING of Pattern Hats, Bonnets and Millinery Nov elties, Wednesday and Thursday, 4 MARCH 26 ahb 27. At March- Bros'. Store. m4 aiiUiiiaiiuuiiiiiiiiiiaiiuuiiuiuiUiuuiuiiuiuiuuiiiiui Come Quick While the Bargains are .going and before the stock is reduced. t Remember am selling the Martine stock of Furniture at bargains and the goods are going. Wedding Thursday On Thursday, March 111, J HO:?, at tlic Cumberland Presbyterian parsonage in Sim Angelo, S. 0. Richardson and MiVh Bull Took were united in marriage. Rev. A. Rarr pronouncing the cere mony. The wedding w,us n very epiiot affair, tho only 'attendants being Dr. Charles H. Murphy nntl Miss Mutt ic Cook. This wedding will he q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 March 1902

" '"" """ , " , I sSnsmjPirai' clSsfwv' ' Aft I w ' I' I I s I fl i ! ' .' I i! ' I I I ' i n Y MOB ) HE v Sai) Aijgello Press Issued every wednesdoy. P. E TRULY PROPRIETOR HithHcrlptlon, lor Yonr, $1,00. san anoulo, tux. Mar. 19, 1902. RAILWAYTIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrivos 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 p. m f.OCAL. Arrivos 5:15 p. tn. Leaves 8:20 a. ra. I'UHUsiinit's kotici:. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Kcspect, Obltuarios and sim ilar notices published in the Phess will bo charged for at regular advertising rates Ad vertising for church, school and charity bonofits will bo charged at half rates. TiiePuhsishek. No maun mi'utiiiKH urging John 3). Long not to roiign front the cabinet luivc havnyol, been report ed. A blizzard in Hi" nortli Iiih frazzled to n slow, winking rain in tho Conolio country, tlmt h doing world's of good if it will only continue a Hiillioimit time. ThH country is getting too wet. Every time this editor gets n load of household goods on the road from Itallinger it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 March 1902

jr lift' !3 &9. rs j it' t ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements strictly cash in advance. Subject to action of the Democratic primary, we are authorized to make the following announcements: for Congress, O. T. MAXWELL, For llepretcntatlvc of 102 Dietrlut dh."a. l. taS'lou. of Sonora CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona For District Attorney 61 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON. of Sonora. For County Judge MILTON MAYS. (for re-election) JOSEPH SPENCE. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN, (For re-election) for County Treasurer, S. W. MERCHANT, ( For re-election ) ForSherlff and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN, s (for re-election) J. S. McCONNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. (for re-election) W. Ht ALLEN. For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. W. LAWHON. (for re-election) . FAYETTE MAYES., For Tax Assessor. I -i '. ! i A. D.'WEST, J. - (re-election) For Commissioner Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT, t (for re-election) For Justice of the Peace Pieclnct No. In M. O. DAVIS, (For re-electi...

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