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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 April 1902

ft J M ' &1 m i iAJc' .. ,1 T'x ji n r If "X The Woman' Club. fk new club WfiH (iraniA'd in $nn Angt'lo Kridny afternoon, nnd one tlmt ih declined to lie of nntcli benefit. 11 in called tlie "Wo pon'H Club," and Iiiih for itn ob ject Hclf improvement and mutual help. The clmrter members of the now dub are, Mth. Brown F. JUe, pn-Hident; Mth. K. II. With orciio(iii, vice president : Mrn. 0. h Abbott, Kccond vice preHidcnt; jMrH. II. Hudson, secret ury; Alias (Smith, trt'iifiirer. Mth. It. L. Qreen, Mis. J. S. Miles. Mis. Clint JoluiHon, Mrs. Frank lfnr rjB, Mrs. JI. I). I.oflcl, Miss Wnt pon, Mrs. .1. W. Hill, Mih. G. M. Cooke, Mrs. .1. A. Burns, Mrs. "W. 0. Holers. The club will devote much of lie time to literary subjects, and will begin work on Texas hiHtory It will iiiei't on Friday afternoon of each week. The early settle ment of Texan will lie the subject nt the next incut inu. It is safe to ire(iict that thiH club will prove eminently suc ceptifiil. It in a leader in its li...

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. — 16 April 1902

Me Ungeo an VOL 6, NO 15, SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1902. Entered In the Sun Angelo Post Omce M Second-class moll mutter. Just Rec New Roller Top Desks, Secretary and book Cases, C 2C v v Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, Childrcns' Folding Beds, Chairs. ? 2C TC The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West Prices down to Bedrock, TC v v E. W. R O B Y , The Live and Let Live Furniture Ylan. :tt THE HOLLAND HOUSE A commodious new house, with lnrge airy rooms and wide verandaB. Large comfortable dining room and one of the bent cookb in Texas n'' CHRISTOVAL, TEXAS, jj -. This is' the place you are looking for to spend a few weeks away from the city's heat and dust. The hotel is protected from the sun by n splendid grove of pecan trees, and it is only a .three minutes walk to the beautiful South Concho river. Rates are very reasonable. For terms write G.rM. HOLLAND, Christoval, Texas- Proprietor :H t Sai Aijgeta Tafcioi)) 3ai)k San Angelo, Texas. m m Capital paid ...

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. — 16 April 1902

t'"tf Sai) Aijgelo Press' tnued eiary wencidny. P. E TRULY PROPRIETOR .Sulii(!i-litloii, l'r Your, !)l,fiO. SAN ANflHLO, Ti:x. April, 1(1 1002 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisement, li?lay jut Inch, cnrh liiHCTtlon i" wnti. Tlmu contract's illn)liivi'(ich Insertion j)or inch 15 coat. Local notices less than 100 linns, pop lino, unuh Insertion U cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation mi 1 nunliiy coiiNitlurod, these rates iiiD iih low in tlmy can practically ho madu nnil will ho ml lieri'd to utrlctly. THE RAIN WAS GLORIOUS. Good Rains arc as far West as Del Rio and as far South as Twohifj. Benefits Crops. Cattle and Trade. The niinftill in this section of Texas Saturday night and Sunday nftonioon was mi inestimable blessing to stock and agrioultu ral interests. For months the country has been suffering from protracted drouth that had retarded planting operations and had caused thousands of cattlo to ho shipped from tho south and Southwest Texas pastures to tho Indian ...

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. — 16 April 1902

v. &&: ' ,s . ." ! I . Hi "V ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements strictly cash In advance. Subject to action of the Democratic primary, we are authorized to make the following announcement))'. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL, For ReprcientatUe of 102 District jl. Dl?. A. L. TAYLOR, f! ofSonora CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, V. A. ANDERSON, of Sonora. For County Judge MILTON MAYS (for rc-elcctlon) JOSEPH SPENCE. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN, (For re-election) For County Ttcasurer, S. W. MERCHANT, (For re-election) J NO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN, (for re-election) J. S. McCONNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E. ALLEN. (for it-election) W. H. ALLEN. For Animal and Hide Inspector: J. W. LAWHON. (for re-election) FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST, (re-olcctlon) i For CotnmisHioner Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT, (for re-election) For Justice of the Peace Piecinct No. 1. M. O. DAVIS, ( For r...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 April 1902

1 - MJSkh.' ' ' ". v ' ' . ' Wl- ' ' ' - ' 5'-. ' ;; "r-r ?'ffl ,-? 'rfSF-T"': " "?"": " rm It' Sai) Aijgelo Press Ijt'ied every Vdne$doy. P. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HubscrlpUoii, I'or Your, 91,50. SAN ANOKLO, TKX. April, 10. 1002 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion ir cents. Tlmo contracts, display each Insertion per inch 15 conn. Local notices loss than 100 linos, per lino, each Insertion 5 cents. No Discounts. No Commlulons. Circulation and quality considered, these rates are as low as tlny can practically bo mado and will ho ad hered to strictly. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves -1.00 p. in LOCAL. Arrivos 5:15 p. in. Lcavos 8:20 a. in. I'Ullt.ISIlBIl'H notjok. CardH of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and simil ar notices published in the I'kbss will bo charged for at regular ad vertising rates. Advertising for church, school and charity bene fits will bo charged at half rates. TlIK PUIIMHHKU. Gov. Suyora wil...

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. — 16 April 1902

ml. gaajiTi.gsifc--fc. -' '- Jffijhwii -TiTif tffflflSJsMMiiffl '-'" " "' 'ferf W' NiiiiL 1 t Wf ml -1 '?- " - ..... V ... " 1 f"?Sc., H 2000 Social Calls Pet Week a Good Many, But they arc made by this paper to the homes of your townsmen and country people. Maybe you haven't time to call on so many. If you have not, we will contract to tell them next week about those new goods. It's April and a lot of them are now thinking of just such Spring and Sum mcr goods as you arc Receiving. Let us put in your Spring Announcements, The San Angelo Press A. J. BAKER & CO., BANKERS, SfKN ANGELO, A. J. BAKER, tin- t'reMdcnl of fit bunk bits tern . r es'der.t citizen of Si Angelo for 18 yean. He tus ommlsiiimcr of th Oenornl Uitd Ortlce of .' : i. four years, la well knou tins uiafe uml conservative tiitnUur. We Respectfully Solicit Deposits tram all Persons. Moneys hin ed on Conservative Basis J ALL THE G San Antonio XXX Fcarl Beer. L? Sold by f LAWRENCE GUTHAL5, Agent. JJJL San Angelo, Texa...

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. — 16 April 1902

fff- T- -' T- r " r i ' ' C a yi f f" f immmmmmmmmmm John FreeldQcTs Sodu Fountain" in i running order today. -3 Soft drinkH of nil 2 kinds on tup. Ice ZS ereum for everybody, is by the glass, dish or z fc gallon. H2 Cnll nnd cool oft' S I John Freeland, 1 SonAnzelo. rs fiiiiiuMiiiimuwiuiumiifr The Entrc Nous Club. The weekly meet of this influen tial any fashionable Hot wussome what of a novel departure. That queen of onlert uinorn, Mrs. Find Jntor, hnd invited the party to her house, nnd the fortunate few realized tlmt a happy evening wiib in store for them. The gathering ptorm without, made the cheerful home within doubly pleasant. With recent happenings, in which society devotees had taken prom inent part Htill freHh in mind. Subjects of converse were plen tiful, and if such had not been the case, the versulity of the guests and the kindly tact of host and hostess, would have assured a bright time. The high five con test was gained by Judge Wynn and Miss Beutrico Thomson whilst ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 April 1902

ff fll i r "I ,'V 1 n-. 'Si V 1 To Candidates. i Your assessments made by th( executive committee for purpose of paying primary tlie-J tion expends are due. and pay- able now without furthor dehiy.T County candidates must pay $15 t '4. and precinct candidates ) he- fnm nn.,u uilllm ..1 ....,.,1 .... ( lw tickets. M.O. Davis, chairman nf tile poniniiHi.p will r.ifi.ivu ot me tomminee, win reeete nw1 nwniiiil f.ir lw miwiimtj iviiil ami receipt tor me amounts paw. Tickets mut he made out and printed soon. hDy.nJtf,iot,lpft. Postponed. The. appearance of the Coleman Ladies' Orchestra has utiiivoidnhly been postponed to some time during tlie month of May, ami they will not appear at San Ange lo opera house on April 17th an advertised, Texas Stockmen Capture Many . Prises. Forb Worth.- April 12 A ma jority of the premiums awarded at the cattle show held by the Chickasaw Stockmen sudsoc.l...j:i at Purcell I. T., tins week we:1 captured by Texas stookmen. First prize was awarded to J. F, H...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 April 1902

$ j. ., ,t- ., . ,ii,m,rtMliiiri -' w in '-'jwyfWMll'i .Win ' ' w '$& w- r ? v ; "r , ' f; AN EVENT OF STATE-WJDEi (TEXAS) IMPORTANCE. -The Dallas New, in Hi iuue of, Thurify, April 3rd, Editorially Saytt Thin in a f-Hfon of big -vnt fon JJallac It in doubtful whctherth'j cxfcctiilioiin of tin Dullfutitolmvf'1 ever liH-n rjtnt mi great b'forc. A)ddc from thf maiii "VMit, the gathering of t lie vetcrane, there j'h on the program tio appoint went that x',U'f greater or more general intend tluili the coining of J'aderewi-ki. Of all the ppechil ami extraordi nary talent with which tin g"ni tiHf'K unil prodigicH of the world have, been (jiflfd from time to time tin- natural aptness fur tmiHic im tli'- mod marvelous. Padercunki ih (he one pat inflict ory witnem of hiH time of nature's, mcci chIiiI ittid almost miraculous employment of Ihi! hunrioit iH. "Wo lire to have him in DiiIIiihod Hid Hist, for the benefit of the re union fund. It )h f ii 1 1 in thin connection Unit, Hie great, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 April 1902

- 3? EBHBHBtti4nHnBnjUakffi3AjM&HAr . r v; 0" VfJW'M ' qjC an VOL 6, NO 16, SAN ANGELO TOM GFEEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1902. Enteral In the Bad Angelo Post Office ns Second clnn mall matter. i, ii,aMyj f;l 'Avi -Maa !vr rx 'ft WI3VB&r9fier1vL93Mrr93MiHBwi&jammwB PreM m - . SB me Just Recei New Roller Top Desks, Secretary and book Cases, X X X X . X Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, Childrcns Folding Beds, Chairs. XXX The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West Prices down to Bedrock, XXX E. W ROBY, The Live and Let Live Furniture Wan. I THE HOLLAND HOUSE A commodious now house, I wide verandas. Large comfortable dining room nnd one of the beet cooks in Texan CHRISTOVAL, TEXAS, This is the place you are looking for to spend a few I weeks away from the city's protected from the sun by a splendid grove of pecan trees, and it is only a three minutes walk to the beautiful South Concho river. Rates are very reasonable. For terms write G. M. HOLLAND, Christoual, Texas. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 April 1902

.Mff j .-r '. r.'.gi-jg iflH-fi :JTW: ft', f' n., i j . Sai) Aijgelo Press Ittued ctry Vdntday, P. E TRULY PROPRIETOR Subscription, I 'or Your, $1,50. SAN ANCUXO, TUX. April, L'iJ. 1002 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, ilUpIay per inch, ouch Insertion. i"i conn. Time contracts, display cauli Insertion per inch ..lScent. Local notices less than 100 II no, per lino, each insertion 5 cents. No Dltcounts. No Commissions. Circulation anJ quality considered, thc8u rates arc as low as tlioy can practically bo made and will bo, ad hered to strictly. Who Can Vote in the Democratic Primary. "I inn il democrat ami plodgo myself to support tho nominees of thin primary." This is tho plodgo tliat will he printed at tho head of every tick et, that in voted and counted in tho Democratic Primary to bo held on Saturday, May Hrd 1002. .Tho moaning of this pledge is very-plain, niid tboro is 116 chance to miscoiiHtrue it. hxcopt, that tho votor must be a whito man and a democrat, at the tim...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 April 1902

,1'" ANNOUNCEMENTS: All aonounceiiK4)tB'eti'ict!y cash in advance. f v' Suiject'td action 6t the Democratic primary, Se are ' tfutnorlied to make the following announcements: For State SenatoKof 34th District: J.;LRHODES. . For llrprctpntativc j)f 102.Dletrlet Dlt. -A. U TAYiLOKr of Sonora ULAUD HUDSPETH, i.-; v:2ik 0,0?ona Tor District Attorney 61 Judicial District, V. A. ANDERSON. of Sonora. j , - ts T fo For County Judge MILTON MAYS - . (for re-clcctlon) JOSEPUjSPENCE. " ForCounty and District Clerk, UD DUGGAN,' (For re-election) Fo'f County Treasurer, S. V. MERCHANT, fi ( For re-election ) J NO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, J. B ALLEN, - (for re-election) H J. S. MCCONNELL. For County Attorney: DAVID A. GAUT. F. E, ALLEN. ( for re-election ) W. H. ALLEN. For Aclraal and Hide Inspector: . "" J. W. LAWHON. (for re-election) ' X .- U. fc- 4 & S X . V ' "FAYETTE MAYES: FSPKiWK&o'rr ' w f A. D. WEST, r . . - (re-election) I t -- ( For Coinrais"loner Piccinct No....

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. — 23 April 1902

. g I .f ! j iNiwwhi Jfl"lMtJ HuJj - W ' , "T "? g9H&8m. , ., MMirei&llliai I 'TgiaiA:' jfaMtaaAJtohlfc. MS?39R)reSPltaMKMMftiMAMN 19. . ' " sr if &?? i .'J- . K KlK(PeK.y?l$TvP T!:W'.t5'7t' te-".)!. , ". 1 -'' k rTesv s-- w'ai - .f T fe WSkV , 1 I w- ".ir. i' f K P r. u ? h. . ' 1 1 Yfr . XfilCd " ' ' ''' ... .-., , 1.1- -..... M ... i - i.i Sai) Aqgelo Press litutd every wectafsday. P. E TRULY PROPRIETOR Hubucrlption, lor Your, 1,50. SAN ANGELO, TEX. April, 10. 1902 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advortlaeincnti, display per Inch, each Insertion i- cents. Time contracts), display each Insertion per Inch 1C cents. Local notices leas thnn 100 linos, per lino, each Insertion 6 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, these- rates are as low as they caa E radically Iks made and will Iks ad ored to strictly. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Loaves 4.00 p. tn LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a.m. PUHMHlIKIt's NOTIUK. Cards of...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 April 1902

. 3tMS3a' ..;- rJ'-3'. .,.'W.J-,iJWtiiiiiA'i iiliiiii3yq . . AA. A-dNT. S . - x. ? WSPr i. .T7 JilL. , fljHifyjNiirfidif"--- -JflA.a'',A fuf .... . ' ft. . a 2000 5oci'a Caife Per Weeir a Good Many, But they arc made by this paper to the homes of your townsmen and country people. Maybe you haven't time to call on so many. If you have not, we will contract to tell them next week about those new goods. It's April and a lot of them arc now thinking of just such Spring and Sum mer goods as you arc Receiving. Let us put in your Spring Announcements, The San Angelo Press A. J. BAKER Sc CO., BANKERS, SAN ANCBLO, A.J. BAKER."" I'rrMdri.t cjf tl I Ink In left I ei'dcnt citizen of Sa Angelo for 18 yean. He wo '"ommlssl -ner of the C neiul Luid f.t t Texas four yean In well known us a safe unit (onwrvntlvi banker. We Respectfully Solicit D 'posits from all Persons. Money lain ed on Conservative Basis f ALL THE G t mj San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer. yfc Sold by LAWRENCE GUTHALS. Agent. J jjfe. San ...

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. — 23 April 1902

r--f -h s 4 , ft T'"""""' W - Y m. if.' Sl P. v, MlPMtiaW 999 ( iBMj 1 The Only I HF1 .1 1 tr Lshampion Oil Burner, Tested and Proven, Cheapest Fuel. Stove Kept at any desired temperature, No smoke nor soot, Can put heat under only one cap or all as necdcd.IXTXSTX W. A. Pen rue, the inventor, can lie found lit ire factory, and will put yen in a burner without n cent until tented and proven satisfactory. E U. S. District Court. United States District court convened in Han Angelo Monday morning, District Judge Meeks, of Fort Worth, District Attorney .Atwell, of Dalian, and Clerk Fink of Waco, being present. The case of the government vs Will Thompson, charged with robbing the post office at Robert Leo about a year ago, was contin ued by the government on ac count of the absence of a witness. The civil case of the E. P. Saw yer Cattle Co., vh Castleborry et "al, was transferred to Dnllns by agreement. This is a case where in the plaintiff is the lessee of about a hundred sections of sc...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 April 1902

T3r-v ja? - 'V " 5-y, WF (i-wrT- wwfXWWMMSBKMKB "' ' lifflOIHHUI mmT 11 inn. r r: n. .ii..iit iiip ,i.iiw.p i . "iKB r $? T fsTOCKNEli CPD PHONE 24. jc - For Salt at a Bargain., A good jack. Inquire of Ti. D. McCakty, nt Western Hotel. B. M. Cuutheni sold 4S4 .head of 78 pound clipped sheep in St. Louis last week at $5.25. Col. J.iJ. Rhodes-began moving his fine Hereford to Schleicher county yesterday. He will put them in Knight's pasture. J. It. Hamilton's sheep? about 1400, shipped from here last week, averaged 85 pounds, and sold on the Kaunas City market nt $5.50 per hundred. Plenty of prairie pasturage and 'ruh'ninghvate'r iti the Osage coun try forlOOO head of cattle. ? S. II.' Pour., . Laiulun Hotel San Ang'elo, 'Lis.. It. H. Box bought 81 head oi , stock cuttle from J. 11. Blown, this week,- nt $14, ten calves were not counted. ......!, I. Hag well will ship 50 head of cattle from Granhury on April 21, to the pasture of his brother at China Valley It. II. Box bought 25 head ...

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. — 23 April 1902

'i"-- K 'tJiiiT- ''V-' " M"'i V ".. - - "-"ST - -m ' ,.. . - 5j y 5i!W:,9l?-7a!'-' .jp? vttcsj" -"wr-irjT --S-r"&f3j!f rViJfTi lyyff ' C ""WMiIBB fS&W fW!i5P" ' I t i ' 1 &- - r a 'v rv ("o(nFKiTy" " VT$Fql!?tJ?P? Jmmm pw. f 7T IBWHBPBH Road to Klondike. Seattle, Wash., April 15 It is 'pj, r,nders will bo jilfncccl to .expected that work on a railroad ()irn t it there is at least one from Valdes to Eagle City will Ix-'dnadod disease that science has gin Bliortly and will lit' niHlied to ',, able to euro m all Hb stages completion without delay. Tin- ,,, t,at jH catarrh, Hall's Ca company, which, it it) said, will turrh Curo is the only positive construct the road, is an English cr(. now knoun to the medical and Ameiican concern and ih capitalized at JL'U.OOO.OOO. The distance to be covered by the rail way ib -100 inik-B. It will jrovide an all-Anierican route to the Klondike. It in the intention of the company to begin operations at several pointH along the route, jn ord...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 April 1902

NO 17, Just Received, New Roller Top Desks, Secretary and book cases, v v v v v Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, Childrcns' Folding Beds, Chairs. v v A) The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West Prices down to Bedrock, A) A. ROSY Llvo and Let LIvr Furniture Man. IMPURE BAKING SEIZED. POWDR The New York Board of Health Find it Contains Alum and Rock, Declare it Dangerous to Health and Dump it into the River The New York pilfers reports thnt the Health Department of that city lute seized an dangerous to health nearly two tons of cheap mixtures sold for baking powder, and dumped them into the offal scow to be destroyed. More of the powder was found in a Sixth ave. 'department store. The re port of the analysis of the Health department stated that it was "an alum baking powder" containing alum and pulverized rock. The different Health Author ities seem to have different ways of repressing the sale of bad bak ing powders. In England they have prosecuted the grocers under the general law and...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 April 1902

iB : ; i I I W Sai) Aqgeio Press ft Issued every Wednesday 1 . E. TRULY PROPRIETOR ' Subscription, For Ydr, $1.50. r SAN ANGELO, TEX. April, 30, 1902 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion cents. Tlmo contrncts, display each Insertion per inch 15 cents. Local notices leas Uan 100 lines, per lino, each Insertion G cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, these rates are aB low as thoy can practically bo mado and will lw ad hered to strlctl . RAILWAYTIME-TABLE. PASSENGEU. Arrives 1:20 a. m Loaves 4,00 p. m LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leavos 8:20 a. m. PUniitSIIEU'H NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of RoBpoct, Obituaries and Bimil ar noticoa published in the Piiess will bo charged for at rogulnr ad vortifling rates. Advertising for ohuroli, Bohool and charity bono fitB will bo charged at halt rates Tin: Puijt.ibhkh. Tho Pkkbb has figured it all out and can give tho results in ad vnnco of the convention : Smith of 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. — 30 April 1902

I r t. (? ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements strictly cash in advance. Subject to Action of the Democratic primary, we arc authorized to make the following announcement!): For State Senator of 24th District : J. J. RHODES. For Representative of 102 District DR. A. L. TAYLOR, of Sonora CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona For District Attorney 61 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON. of Sonora. For County Judpe MILTON MAYS (for re-election) JOSEPH SPENCE. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN, (For rc-olection) For County Treasurer, S. W. MERCHANT, ( For re-election ) JNO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, J. B. 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 Inspector: J. W. LAWHON. (for re-election) FAYETTE MAYES. For Tax Aseeesor. A- D. WEST, (re-election) For Commissioner Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT, (for re-election) -For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. r I, M. O. DAVIS. ( For re-election ...

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