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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 March 1902

nri' I. ' . 1 I' ".11 t IBS If MM 'i ? '' m? "' SWf" ; ,.,4 .' ' Bcfw"!1 ' ' - Sai) Aqgelo Press Itiued every Wednesday. P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HiibHorlptlon, lor Your, 1.00. SAN ANCJCLO, Mur. 10, 1002. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. I'ASSRNGKU. ArrivcH 1:20 a. in Leaves 4,00 p. in I.OCJAfi Arrivos 5:15 p. in. Leaves 8:20 a. in. OUR NEWDRES6. THE PRESS APPEARS TODAY PRINTED IN NEW TYPE It Is Under a New Dispensation All Around. It Prlnli The -New. It Talk limitless. Red and See For Yourself. Tilt' l'ltKSM COMIM Otll ill III! t'H- I ire nt'W Hpriny suit tt)-tln,v. Wo ftitild not, likti llio ltil i- tin, nwnit tin' arrival of JOustcr. The old drcm win getting 1 In slightly I'l'iixlt'il around the edg i'h; dikI, licsitli'rt the l'iti:.ii pre. fni'rt t lie jdighlly in advance, hence, (lie iift'imioii of "nulling llu.' .ti'HHtin." How do you lib the I'liliss' new drem, anyway" We think it nice iinti jimt llu tiling. Any old mini rim rend it, and. of course, what tlin old mini mil ri'iid, the yoiing...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 March 1902

u .i - Mmw vwzMmw -rp v te &, ? a& F FT. WORTH CONVENTION. EI Paso Chosen for Next Meeting San Angela Honored With Place on Executive Com mittee. Foit Worth, TVx.. March, ii President Mackenzie presided at the opening session at the Cattle Unifiers' AHdoeintiuu of Texas, tliia morning. Tim eleetion of olIicerH was deferred for the ie port of the resolutionseoininittee. The comntittee oil'eied the follow ing resolutions, which were adop ted : A revolution mging the .Senate to pass the hill providing for the leiiHing of the public domain for grazing purposes with homestead luservntion; indorsing the Saint Louis Exposition and the Govern or of Tcxuh for appointing a world's fair commission. The constitution of Texas denies (, the legislature the authority to make an appropriation for the fair, and the resolution called upon the cattlemen to use. their individual and collective effort a . to raise money and insure a prop er exhibit for the fair. Denoun cing the pending anti-oleo...

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. — 19 March 1902

gSf" "tit vm Cv-T" -, i 1 5 4 ! ! I". is i 1 Knickerbocker Kntcknacks. March in, 11K):. Kditok Pm:ss: The health of Dim place is good. The rnin last week put new life Into every tiling and nil the stock men nnd farmers arc wearing fl broad, easy smile. .Tolin Cawloy, formerly of Sun Aimolo Imt now of Sheffield, passed through Knickerbocker yesterday en route to Han Angelo to Bee 1i!h lirotlierToI, who !h on tlic Kick list. Mr. and Mrs. JIall and daitgh Jer .came, in from tlieir raneli Sunday. Jim Slator was on our streets Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hester of Water Valley, visited their daughter. Mrs. Will Garrett JiiHt week. Frank Parkor returned from Kt. Worth yesterday much to the "wijJpwV' delighl. Will Onrrelt, accompanied by Mrs. JohnHon went over to Sher wood Wednesday. Knickerbocker enjoyed a very .pleasant bull at the Prescott hall last Friday night, had a good crowd and everyone seemed to have u good time. There was fjuito a crowd from San Angelo and Sherwood. Following are the n...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 March 1902

' !' "-' ., 1, I, I1 kib 1&S Saint Patrick's Day. "Chosen leaf Of Imrd and ohiof. Old Kriu'-t nnt i vi- Shamrock." Monday was, as one joyous son of tlio Emerald Isle said, the sev enteenth of Ireland, St. Patrick's day in tlio inornin'. and it was observed extensively in San An golo by the wearing of the green. Some were so fortunate as to have the real Shamrock from the beloved sod to pin upon their coats. Those not so fortunate conienieu tiiomsolvcs with green ribbon, while ninny sported the artificial Shamrock, dispensed by the Rnphael Clothing Co. To tlm pious Irish heart the Shamrock represents the Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Ghost; and mothers tell thoir children the story of the modest three-leafed little emblem and what it repre sents, St. Patrick used it to illustrate to the pagans of old the unity of tlio Trinity, how three can be one. Thoy wore also told that it represents Faith, Hope and Charity, thnt it wns blessed by or. ratnek, and that no serpent will touch it....

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. — 19 March 1902

tip-:, - 'V ?) 'H? fflff r n i li; i j' m ; 1 l m i i u if 1 1 IF i:t. -I ;- m 'is I n. It, ! I TT I i - - II li IB ' In t y 'Jjr fl '"' ., - -. ti i JACKSON & NEELY BROTHERS, WOOL, LIVE STOCKflND RANCH com mi ssi on. REFERENCES Concho National 3Ank. A. J. Baker k Co.. Bankers . Son Angelo. Texas. I " " L Groin and AH Feed Stuffs Chatlbournc street and Twohlg Ave. WF KNOW WEST TEXAS pronMly and thorouphly fltrt arn In A pmlllop to rienteri!MAoTbotb buycri nr.d (cllento best oOTantnpc. If jouhavc any tbfn InouMInc to c?l i or wMi to buy. It will wjouio comuIiw. Inquiries tollcltcd and tiromt attention kI en. AirFclt and ScalyL Mattresses Lead them All 1 FURNITURE. CO TO- MRS. E. C. FITZGERALD For FirstClass Furniture of every kind at FIGHT PRICES. CONCHO MUENUE 1 Gettng '.Old? Fee! Drowsy? I TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX 1 RYE WHISKEY. It creates circulation and '.make you feel young again. It's good any way; cither straight, toddy or high ball. The bost ever flowed from a Mill. SOLD ON...

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. — 26 March 1902

s' . s r-'. ,. uiwr i7- "V r f . . " r t ii? ' ', &V -. WK PreM. j .Hnrntmmmmmmtim ttfHHHHHfla JHI' -j. m " "B J V (Ingefo mm jesfan r li VOL 6, NO 12, SAN ANGELO TOM GPEEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH '26, 1902. Kntcrcdln the Sun Angelo Post Ofllcc ns Second cUm refill matter, Come Quick While the Bargains are going and before the stock is reduced. Remember I am selling the Martine stock of V Furniture at bargains and the goods are going. New Goods i oruereu ana auints uve miiviug. s igi ij S J B. W ROBY, "The Live &nd Let Live Furniture Man" who gf & also sells WALL PAPER, PAINT and MATTING. X TC X X Jg Picnic Party. Ono bright beautiful afternoon luHt week it pleasant party com posed of Misses Vivian and Vordiu Butler, Miuulo Springstun, Mary Daniels, Mary Hadly, Mrs. M. L. Price, Wnltur Foreman, Hen .Ioik'H, Eil Wolf ami Frank Drake, of Dallas, enjoyeil an outing on tlio river about six miles from the city. A picniu supper was served on the Itiver bank mill to the...

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. — 26 March 1902

m ii!t. SAN ANCIKLO, TUX. Mur. 20. 100L RAILWAY TIME-TABLE, PASSGNOKU Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 4 00 p in LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p.m. Leaves 8:20 a. in. I'lniJ.IHIfKll'H NOTIUK. CiihIh of TlmnlcH, ItuHolntions of RcHpout, ObitimrioH mid fliinil ur noticoH j)iil)liHlicd in tho I'kkhh will bo oliiirgud for at regular ad vertising rates. Advurtining for church, Hchool and charity bono fits will ho charged at half rutin. Tub I'um.iHiiKit. A man's trim groatiiHst in not recognized in thin day and time until ho has publicly endorsed Feriinit. From the nature of things, wo would infer that Gen. Miles and Teddy are not on terms of ulti mate intimacy. Teddy may bo oil' in some things, but he known the make-up of a scrapper. Among the important meas ures that have lately passed tho Somite is the Anti-Anarchy bill, providing for tho protection of the President. Anarchy, with us, is a lato thing, but tho ten dency of modern times is to keep "up-to-date." wo are so in oil or respects, why not in this...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 March 1902

1M w - .l i M i .1 J 1 T 1 I kl v ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements ttrlctly cash In advance. Subject to action of the Dcraocr atle primary, wo are authorised to make the following announcements'. For Confess, O.T. MAXWELL, For Hpi tentative of 102 DUtrlet DU. A. L. TAYLOU, of .Sonora CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Cbona For DUtrlct Attorney fil Judicial District, V. A. ANDEHS.ON. t of Sonora. For County Judge MILTON MAYS. (for rc-elcctlon) JOSEPH SPENCE. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN, t t (For rc-elcctlon) For County Treasurer, S. W. MERCHANT, ( For rc-clectlon ) ft Word. From stiWi. 11k Is Quotk!) as IlAViXd .Said That Millions Tpon 'lor ok Millions ok Goi.n and OniKii I'kkoious Mbtai.s As Well astiik Vast I'inb Fokksts ok Mkxico auk Soon to UK Ol'ENKI) TO TIIK Would hvthk-ji'BB- dy Completion ok TUB AT, Ct M. 5 O. RY, This road will have character of development all along its line that no other one railroad in the Western Hemis phere has ever so speedily brought about. For Shcrlfl ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 March 1902

MVRi - ' ll4, IllKff ' v Alien Land Law. conic before tho Texas supreme MBHMHHHHHMHHHMMHHHHHHH TO $vi - aai) AigeioKiesa, An IIltr,Hlill!i (UIMti.in inn M '" " ,M, " tl10 ",!ll l J If I;'','; I amen y,.r the application which vtEM,J0L hafl l.nv-WMng experience, and VTl I !-W! .ued ev.ry vedncday. Il.o WMlMfll Union Land Cm-' iHKVPA nlicv nil, i-x-Miiiilury. nic.ritl t-hiir-. Jfc'3 li H.W iiimv. ii fin-eimi ennxirnt ion. or-, K.(' ,. ..,,... v.., .. v I M t. r r- -rr.il, w nornnlc?Yr.D 1 ' I ln71inL. . I' mma r. t inuki rnurmtiun r4 .W ri If " " sotiri. 1ms iniidi' to tin- Secretary . HlKBv3liK4 sir 'IT ..... ......... . i mi . ........ r.. .. 1 .. :. -.' rtP'MiiWlit . I Ir II oiiiim:riiiniiii ii ' t "5" ." 01 mini' km ii iimh-wiu hi in I'' ' ( iEl',-2r . r wfi irl I ' t' mil to do litwiiii- in Tomh. TIih! Jl w.- i'1 ifriiiillifir i " f-lJ r.... ...., x., . op. mno i Fr v L RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASS KNO Kit Arrives 1:20 a. Leaves $ 00 p LOCAL Arrives 5:1 5 p. Leaves 8:20 u. in. in. nt...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 March 1902

fgW0f'r A. J. BAKER Sc CO., BANKERS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, A. J. BAKER, thf President of tul bank has been o resident eltlren of Sa AtiKolo for!8ycar. Hewn Commissioner of the (lencrnt Lttd Oniee of ' . four yean. In well known una wife and conterrattte banker. Wc Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons, Moneys loaned on Conservative Basis $$$$ e. Grai)t LU i)i her Co. Cour House Square- San Angelo, Texas. WE HAVE A LOT OF FANCY AND .PLAIN DOORS mid tit prices to suit. Siish in all sizes at low figures. All grades of Lumber and Building Muteritil, find if vou want to build any thing from a shed to a house, we want a chailce to liguie with you, as we make the price to suit. S. C. JOHNSTON MANAGER. Jiff it $S ,! & MiOT&twiBtf:ieMuiau)(jM First and Last cnance saloon, The only Suburban rosort in San Angelo. j Ice Gold Beer. Ale, Soda Pop and Cigars. j A nice place to drink, talk and have your fun. j COME TO SEE ME. i West of new bridge I UL, H. DlmOUlH. 8 on Beauregard. Ave...

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. — 26 March 1902

V-V. -..'. V- IWTT , ,. -iM rr4.ii 'y"w!33 vno - 1 Ltll N '' , I I Ml sale 1 I iM'Plii 1 sHIIWnMHIaTTTatt irnHn HOW'S THIS? We offer one hundred dollars reword for tiny cube of ctitarrh Ibat cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have It dow n F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen yours, and believe him perfectly honorable in his busi oess transactions and financially able to carry out nny obligations made by their firm. "West & Tkuax. wholesale drug piets. Toledo, Ohio WALDINO, KlNNAN & MARVIN, wholesale druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall'b Cuturrh Cure is taken internally, noting directly upon ihe blood und mucous surfuces of the system. Testimonials Bent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists. Ball's Family Pills are the best. An Empty Cradle. J.(d, the ten niontlm' old hod of &r. and Mrs. John Willeke, diod lit 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon of pneumonia, after an illncHH of about ficvon wwIcr. The funeral occur...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 March 1902

S&Jti pywwawwpgii-My... .s;? fKSre- " i - r u' s- v ' V fef I 'm f t i ; r SSSS3S3SSS3?9 ' 1 STOCK NEWS, j; To I Cnwley will go to Mallin- ger this afternoon to clow a trade with a prominent cowman there iV... 4AflM . . for 1000 steeryearlings. "Leader" Windmills, MeAIpine. When you need windmills re paired or first class plumbing call on K. I,. MeAIpine. ll-l't. Mr. Hayes this week bought, from Hermun Oillis 700 cows, lis and up, for H. V. Spuulding & Co. at p. t. No matter what kind of twine you got the Jones Lever Hinder will tie thu. bundles good and tight. II. A. Thompson, a Hallinger cowman, was here Monday morn ing nnroute to the Thomson Hros. Schleicher county ranch. S. and Win. Roach started to the Pecos country Monday to see about moving thoir stock to an other pasture. Cow trading is lively above the line, and prices range from $1 to !2 above last year. The boom is just beginning in these parts but it is coming. Thursday evening between 5 and 7 o'clock fire starte...

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. — 26 March 1902

"TWT! I . . " "'iM". -mm f "M"M""1"lrr"' ' " " ' - HI m s."V,' r va? ! , ? KV U$ . feflki f .1., i' I t . ji gjj PHONE 244. jg Ajidy Clarkwiii, of Sutton coun ty, at the Convention at Fort Worth IuhI week, Hold his Ter ritory cows to J. M. Sliannon for 10.o0 per head. On yesterday Claud"1 Hudupctli cold for F. A. Wilkiim to Jim Sln- ?J)M ' "",l 'Kv',,ir ol(l KU"-'lH 'for ifSrt.OO per bend delivered Ap ril Jf)th at San Angelo. At the Ft. Worth Convention Jnet week several bunches of one fllid two year old steers up north of the cpinruntinc lino hold at $J7.')() and $'22. W per head. Capt. C. li. broome while at the convention last week bought (500 Territory cows and 800 two ycnrold steers from II. .1. I'ackcn Jjnin of Independence, Pecos coun ty nt privato terniH. Big Texas Land Deal. J. I). Bryant, a Houston real estate agent, has sold a L'.",000 Aero tract of land went of Dayton. Texan, on the Southern Pacific, to wealthy Chicago people, who will oHluliliHli on it one of the Jnrges...

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. — 2 April 1902

U s Ifssss Come Quick While the Bargains are going and before the stock is reduced. Remember I am selling the Martine stock of Furniture at bargains and the goods are going. New Goods ordered and some are arriving. & & & E. W. "The Live and Let Live Furniture Man also sells WALL PAPER, PAINT MATTING. v lgSgR2SSRSSR8SSSW THE HOLLAND HOUSE A commodious new limine, with lnrge airy rooms and wide verandas. Large comfortable dining room and one of the beet cook- in Texan CHRISTOVAL. TEXAS, This is the place you are looking for to spend a few weeks away from the city's heat and duet. The hotel is protected from tin sun by a splendid grove of pecan trees, and it is only a three minutes walk to the beautiful South Concho river. Hates are very reasonable For terms write G. W. HOLLAND, Christoval, Texas- Proprietor 3 ijnJSri m Sai) Aijgelo Nlafcioi)5! JBaqk San Angelo, Texas. Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits $100,000.00 118,339.40 Offers to Depositors all tho accommod...

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. — 2 April 1902

. . . .dataaav fl - jBjjf .j ' iVJC AT T V . tft! C V i i f '; ; 1 j 1 . ' ijh ' Sai) Aijgelo Press . I 11 !il Issued ery Wt4ntday f i, K U P. E TRULY PROPRIETOR hi; I 1 'l ' 1 ft La HuhHPrlptloii, 1'or VVur, $l.f0. ! if IF , 'jj t I SAK ANOBLO. TBX April, 2 1902. N! I ; i I J I ! I - y I I ' RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENOKR Arrives t:20 a. m Leaves 1.00 p. m LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a. tn. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion.. . i't cunts. Time eotitriictH, display each Insertion per Ineh 15 ecntn. Local notices less than 100 linos, per lino, audi Insertion . ..5 cents. No Dlicounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality consldcied, theso rates ate as low at they can practically bo made and will be ad hered to otrlctlj . I'lMIMHHKIt'rl NOTIOK. Canto of Thanks, ilosolutioiiH of Respect, Obituaries anil Himil ar notices publiHhed in tlio I'iikss will bo charged for at regular ad vertising rates. Advertising for church, school and c...

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. — 2 April 1902

." iKw- .. ,-rr-3ifr't, ?&3V; v - - -,--. - twsMn," $; ANNOUNCEMENTS. AH announcements ctrlctly Advance. cash in Subject to action of the Democratic primary, we are authorized to make the following announcements: For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL, For Kcprccntatlvc of 102 District ; Dl? rt CLAUD HUDSPETH, A. L. TAYLOR. of Sonora of Ozena For DUtrfut Attorney fl Judicial Dlctrlct, W. A. ANDERSON. of Sonova. i FoT' County Judpe . MILTON MAYS (for re-election) JOSEPH SPENCE. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN, , t (For re-election) For County Treasurer, S. W. MERCHANT, ( For re-election ) For Sheriff and Tax Collector, J. D. ALLEN, ( for re-election ) J. S. McCONNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. , ( for re-election ) W. H. ALLEN. For Animal and Hide Inopector: J. W. LAWHON. (for re-election) - FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST, (re-election) For. Commissioner Precinct No. 1, A, S. GANTT, (for re-election) For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 1 . M. O...

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. — 2 April 1902

i B a ' . ' II h'V c . Nl. k 11 '. 1 ' Vs- X'i I VOL 4 Ik In f ,...- ft l--3 ?'; Ir fl Sail Angelo Press! ' ' ji I ( Itiued every Wednesday. 'J 2 :. . if ' Ill P. E TRULY PROPRIETOR : i I; r Hubscrljitlon, I'or Voar, $1,50. SAN ANOKLO, TEX April, 2. 1002 RAILWAYTIME-TABLE. PASSENC1KU Arrives 1 :20 a. m Loaves 4,00 y ui LOCAL. Arrives 5:15 p. in. Leaves 8:20 a. m. I'UIIMHHKItN mtick. Curdfl of Thanks, Kewlutions of KcHpccl, Obituaries and Hiinil ar notices puhl tailed in the I'iikis will ho charged for at regular ad vorttaing rates. Advertising for church, school and charity bene fitH will bo charged at lialf rates. Tick Puiimhukh. Henry Wattcrson's Speech. At tlio bionnial banquet of the Virginia Democratic Association hold in Washington on March 2-ith, Editor Henry Wattorson, was t li o principal speaker. "Whet her o agree with Mr. Wattor son or not ins spoochiis are always interesting and tlio one on this occasion is no exception to the rulo. Colonel Wattorson urged on democrats a...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 April 1902

Sy?1 tf . i'ii ggjB& : .. ' s'IW' rttWHSfy' f( -, Vr' frls"! - " .V. , &,, i. r A. AT A. J. BAKER & CO., BANKERS, SHN ANGELO. A. J. BAKER, the I,rtMiit of thl batik lias been a reMdent citizen of Sa Angelo forl3year. He wa ''omui'Mlotierof the General LatdOrtloeof . four year. I well known j a safe iml conservative banker We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons. Moneys loaned on Conservative Basis Grai)t LUniber Co. ' c7Jr ate Cour House Square,- gJV HAVE A LOT OF FANCY AND PLAIN EOORSandatpricos to suit. Sash in all sizes at low figures, All grades of Lumber and Building Material, and if vou want to build any thing from a shed to a house, we want a chance to tiguie with you, as we make the price to suit. S. C. JOHNSTON ALL THE G J sk? San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer. M. Sold by t LAWRENCE GUTHALS, Agent, J J&. San Angelo, Texas. Mexican Mustang Liniment ia juat the thing for Harness and Saddle Sores oa horses, -. Try Hexican Hustang Liniment for Lumbago, Lame B...

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. — 2 April 1902

Wfe. o Til John 'i ,- 5 1 it j 1 & V fr L' jo- rrv1 St t. - " " preelaQds Sodn Koiintiiiii is in j sr: XT running order today. ; Soft ilrinkH of nil kinds on tan. lee 3 f cream for every body, 3 Sr by llio glass, Iih1i or g gj gallon. 3 Cnll nnl cool off r3 g John Freeland, C: San Angelo, z iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiuus A New Scheme. ' AiiHtin, Texas, Marcli 28. Tlio treasury department is being bothered just now with a new scheme, which Iiuh been inaugu rated during the past few months by lease holders in the western pRrt of the state. It is a well known fact that the public land is greatly in demand, so much so that applications to purchase an open section pile up in a very brief period. Those whose leases are about to txpire notify some friend of the fact and in some instances trans fer the leaso to the prospect ive purchaser. Wlion the lease runs out, the law gives the lessee a prior right to purchase, and the piim to whom the transfer was piade gets the land. The transferri...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 April 1902

i j. F ' jyM.u-T , , T-ttj, iaSCT''(vvfw3K'" t.'VT' " ''yflTpsljWJHWM ' J ' wsr . . 'y- - i s : i . ? U v s .. t , ep khi vkwh ' ' ' ' ' ' ml" 'B 5j PHONE 24. JCQ Fred Heck bought of John A. Lyoinis twenty lu'jul of fnt steers at p. t. for his meat market, Sat urday. Warrior 17th, a fine thorough bred Horef',rd bull sold last week by J. I Andereon to Lee Hros., was on exhibition here Monday, lie is 14 months old, was raised in the Concho valley and weighs about KKX) pounds. He sold for Fred linker a well known stook nian from San Augelo, was in Sonora Wednesday wanting to buy about 100 Territory cows. Will Talbot, pf San Angelo and his brother John 0. Talbot, Jr., of Fort Worth, were in Sonora for a few days this week and went to the Wheat ranch to pass1 on some steerB. Devil's River News- Chas. Crowloy this week pur chased of J. II. Barron 200 head of finoly graded Shorthorn cows at $22.50 around. A. F. Crowley was here from Ft. Worth this week, on busi ness and returned yesterday....

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