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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

, 1 "v L "'V-,( ' i ' ' IA ' Phone 244 LOCAL NEWS. Clamp lumps lit Auction House. Take vour Pecans to 11. 11. Siginau & Co. Duin hay carriers (Go Devils) at indlatcr's. Mrs. W.T. Myers. of Weather ford, is in the city and located at the Landon hotel with an ole glint stock of millinery. Car celebrated Bucks stoves and ranges just received. C & G Htigelslein Co. L. Schwartz & Co. Standard mowers. Kindlator's. Ms'tein's 5 and 10c store i on Concho Avenue. Car load of Hancock Texas Disc plows. J. S. Miles. ignite a largo number of poo pie were in the city from miles I -X- 7 " .- l -X- 4 suits, all kinds .luo D Robertson. a n d Jr Boys' prices. BUI MeKee has been liguring1 with tlio Grant Lumber Co for the lumber to erect his hand some residence at Eldorado. The Grant Lumber Co. have the stock unci want a chance to figure on all bills no matter how small. For cooking and stoves see .1 S Miles. heating Dr .1. 0. Tollivor, is in town making arrangements with the Grant Lumber C...

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. — 18 October 1901

HMNf l ' r -J rAyl pi . - i i 'iiir .' .' '" IS wry woman In the country oii;ht tii l:niv atxjut mm,n, Friend Those who do know about It woikIoi how thoy cvor -jot alotip without i( It lint rolilicd child birth of its lorroru for many u yiinn wife It lint preserved lier i;lrlisli ijjiiie and saved her much. snfferliijj It in nti external lini ment anil en lien with it llicrefore, absolutely no danger of upsetting tlio hy.slfin nu drujjs taken Intern, nlly me ail to do It is to bo rubbed Into the nlxlomen to soften mid htrcti;lhon lliu muscle.') which are to benrlhoslrnhi Tlilmnc.ini much lev- juln It hIso prevents iiiorniiii' sictcnofi:: and nil of tho other (llRcoinforLi of pref-naiicy. A dnij,'j;l(.Ljt Macoti, Ga., says: "I have cold a larf-o quantity of Mother's I'rlond and havo never known an Instance where. It hai failed to produce the (rood results 1 claimed for lb"' A prominent- lady of Lam herton, Arlc , writer: " With my first bIk children 1 was In labor from 34 tO'.-o hour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

V-k ill 0. cl st id id is u Getting Old? Feel Drowsy? TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX RYE WHISKEY. ItOrOiltCK rjrnillllfinn ft again, lis good uiiv way: either straight, toddv fc . " " I M tltjt 1,.I1 (Ml t .i.yu uan. mo nest S0LD 0NLY B? EDDIE MAIER, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, By the driulc, bottle or able. Polite attention alike. H S rSiKhs,'' 'W-jTR. "-' i . r "" TimrT"Trr rwj- ir 1 You Can Got a Team Like this at the. Brick Front Livery and Feed stable. San flnuelo, Texas. J. W. ELLIS, Proprietor I I Am Agent for tho Famous 0. 1 I Peibst and &&-ln 1 Schlitz &mx S I G,vc a-' Fort Worth I " PMsa Handle Soda Water and Cider, Best In the Market. 0 AUGUST BALFANZ. 1 t-ziu - m Established 1885, W Ranches aud Lands for sale, in lnr;:eaiid small bodies, ut low prices and upon ruitoi.ubletoiuis. ;? Chas.A. Dfctiley, 1 San Angelo. Texas. M ROBERT LEE LINE. We run good covered hacks daily between San Ange lo and Robert Lee. Through trip, i'2.00; round trip, U.00. Make connections with all out-g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 October 1901

Vk a.:; .v V ! c VI. &" Standard mowers, Pindlutor's Consign your wool to March .Urofi. Bust urocorios lit J. It. Gil bei t & Co's. JB. J. Kudd.of Ellis county, is lp tho city piospecting for lauds. Nol Mackerel ut .J It Gilbert . Co's. Navajo Blankets, THcts per II), at March Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gist, of Brownwood, wore hero yester day to see homo folks and tho roping contest. Tho celebrated I'eter Schutt Jer wugon at Fiudlalor's. Now lino nuetawear just re ceived at March Bros. Mr. J. K. McMullin, tho Sonorastodfinan. is in tho city taking in tho fair atu) on busi ness in connection. For cooking a n a heating ptovos see J S Miles. Bain liay carriers (Go Devils) t Kindlator's. J. J. Clingman, oi Brownwood, was among tho excursionist Thursday to soo San Angelo's carnival. ' For cooking a n d heating jstnves see J S Miles Boy's over coats, ago 9 to 18, latest stylos. March Bros. Geo. Bond, ,lr., who has beau on an extended hunt lor sovoral weeks, returned this week and J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

MHW" ! v A, t - T Mint ,ii(H J n SUBSCRIPTION, 51.50 PER YEAR. Stock. Growers and Breeders JournnI, INteREO IN iHtJIN AKOtLO POSTOPFICC SKCONDCLBt MAIL MATTER. ! VOL 5. SAN ANGELO, TOM GKEEN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1901. NO 43 rX ii mmmpWiiii i m v2i s n Wii i an ungelo tf J CQd m to m P If m 2Sf'te M GRAND REMOVAL SALE. Be inning Next Saturday, October 26. $10,000.00 Stock; of Dry Goods all Cut to Pieces ard Must be Sold BY JANUARY THE 1st. The stock consists of everything usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. Dress Goods, of 2very description, Wool Dress Goods, Flannels, Flannelettes, Outing Flannel, Canton Flannel, Ginghams, Percales, Suiting, Ducks Dress Silks, Pure Taffeta, guaranteed not to split, black or colors; Poui de Soui, black only: alsc Wash Silks, for shirt waists; Velvet and Velvetene, Domestics, Cotton Checks, Sheeting, Table Linen, Table Oil Cloth. Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Schrim, Silkoline, Creton, SHOES, Ladies' Shoes, Dongolo, French heel, or Spring he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

''v-. ft" fe Pfe itA "PV ?, 5 ' , i 5 A 1 I ' Tie San flnoelo Press, I'UHLIHUKO BVEKYiKIUDAYIIlY NmtOnAMiBMITII, S.C I'AllUWS SMITH & PARSONS i AJ ANHELO. TLX. Oct.. 1W, 11)01. Subscription, per vcar, 51,50 The San AiikuIii l'rrst. ulmtt to lie in har mony with (Yiu nuulnK people of tliu great territory oi Hmiiuwimi joxus and n live lociil iiuwiipi'titir ul mil fcrulu rvcllun of country. lt columns urn tluvotud to HtooW f tow im, llrttilcrs j ml KurtnliiK nuwN, In trperiel ullli Iiduiu, lnmmlilul and tiautul iBfor ution. VuemlouMif.tl Information, Whcnndvlco pr jnlotuiniion N avoiri-d, ulway cnulotc two pc ktumpti (or lioxtuKu m.u stationery, and jour muiwcr i no ulibcr through tuo uol omn ot liiu I'rccn, or by mull hm noon uh praollcublu Hiiupl) autlrcv js above Buiruclcfl, Olltor ot J'ruKH, ban Angolo I i prosperous Utile elty of IWM population, very nearly iiOtiO Joel iibovo tliu sua level. tvhUti raaUcH It mi liieal plac.j lur tliu in valid, as tliu whmji, dry ntiuuHphort Id...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

1 Jty, .' 5WpcBWWi",ft4ll5i? A fciirjpii n iimn in i i 7'.TtP' ato'r., & .11 f'B .; "" . r ' VrViJaBMfiSHfHF Wods Ills I)iumhtor-lii-liiiv. Cairo, III. Oct. 10. .1. R. Bryan, of Dixon, Tumi., whore ho is a bauUor, und Mrs. Eva 0 Bryuu or Murray, Ky . wore married at tho Courthouse yes terday by Judge W. y. Dewey Tho bridegroom wus fa'.her in l&w to the bride. lie claims to bo a cousin of Willium J. I3ryuu. Tho couple had been previous ly married, but as there was a question of its legality in Kentucky and Tennessee and in order to mako the marriage legal proof, they came to Illinois, where tho statutes do not pro hibitamun from marrying his widowed daughter in-law. Mark Twain has coin out bold lv ttirnhm Tammany Hall, theoUl Democratic stronghold, but all Indications ate .strongly pointing that in spite of nil the sht'phard will continue to herd l lie old Hock in the same pasture Dallas. Tex.. Oct. 12 Tho jury in Collin county court at, McKluuey, Texas, today render i ed a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

SWaT- '5P w' n ,r ( y" V - He'. " wSGr Wft J r - f TUG 5an flnoelo Press, IPUIIUHIII'J) BVCKYU'KIOAYSHV NrWJlIAMlSMITII, 8 C I'AII'ONS SMITH A PARSONS San ANfiKLO. Tkx. Oct.. itt. IIXM Subscription, per vear, - - 5.50 Tne Press In its issuo of Sept. fltli culled iittcntion lo the fact that tlioro were AW clnltlron In Sun Angelo entitled to school privileges with no room In our ovor-crowdod school und in the issuo of Sept. 20 suggested that tlioro should bo at least two now school houses built, one across the nvor and one in the western part of the city. When repre sentative men, lileo County At torney Allen are willing to per sunnily contribute $50 toward building school houses, and in an inierviow ho again signified his willingness to contribute the $50 as in Soptombor, it simply shows that something should be done, and like the man who said about his wife "Sal ihas foil into the well and something must be done and durnod quick too." San Angclo can novor do too iauch for bur childr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

'r& "fiWF&, EFJSKir SflHro-. - ; ' ". 5 f ' ' i Tr m " t ' " -- i M r t J 1 M Phone I 244 Cheap lamps atAuotion House. Take vour Pecans to H H. Sigman & Co. Dain hav carrlnrs (Cln Ttnvia at Findlater's. The 18 months -old child of John Burke died last Week. For Hancock Texas Disc plows see J. S. Miles. For cooking a n d heating stoves see J S Miles. Couuty Court adjoined yester day after a ten days' session. For gooking and heating stoves sec J S Miles A beautiful line of Carlsbad china at C & G Hagelstein Co. 'a Rome Shield, our ex-sherifl. was in this week from West Tom Green. A nice line of Parlor Lamps at C & G Hagelstein Co's. Nir you want .your stove polished und sot up for tne ' winter see J S Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur March are now at home in their ele , gant dwelling on Harris avenue. The best line of children's school shoes for least money, at March Bros. J. D. Rawls, the grain man, is the place to buy your corn. hay. bran, oats, etc. John Pearl was ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

" . rffjtar,' '' - T!jnr , ' Vy HRImw mmmvHB&PTiri in Mr ' rrs .XSm. 1-4 Ai s' Pretty Children We hare three children. Before the birth of the last one my wife used fourbot. tics of MOIIinit'S ntlEND. If you had the pictures of our children, you could see a' a glance that the last one Is healthiest, prettiest and flncst-lookliifrnrihcmall. My wife thinks Mother's Friend K the Kreatcst and grandest remedy In the world for expect ant mothers." -Written bya Ken tucky Atlorncy-al -Law. prevents nine-tenths of the suffering Incident to chlld lilrlh. Thecamlncmother'i ditnntltlon and (cmner remain unruffled throughout the ordeal, because this relax ing, penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress. A good-natured mother Is pretty sure to hare a good-natured child. The patient Is kept In a strong, healthy condition, which the child also Inherits. Mother's Friend lakes a wire through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly. II assists In her rapid recovery , and wards off the dange...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

I- - f' V V , 7 7- - -J-V- - wj-t if ' - Ji9Blpi!!wS jAiSHHMBHIHIK?SHHHB""rT7Tj v .7 r , ., A ?&8liBI$iHl pq;1 v , . ' . i. ' ' ' wamr?f'9r'W $ Sfc .ft. Getting Old? Feel Drowsy? TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX RYE WHISKEY. I It creates circulation and j3 again. It's good any way; or nigh ban. The best ever S0LD 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER, SAN ANGELO, By tho drink, bottle or jug. The prl"e is reason able Polite attention and fair treatment to all alike. You Con Got ct Team BricK Front Liveru San flimelo, Texas. I Am Agent for tho Romous "' s- I civc MeTrirt- Fort Worth fJ Keg and Bottle Beer. tS--M t Hondie sodn Water and Cider, Best In the Market. AUGUST BALFANZ. LAND AGENCY. Established 1885. Ranches and Lands for sale, in large and small bodies, at low prices and upon reasonableU'ims. Chas.A. Dfciiley. San Angelo. Texas.- ROBERT LEE LINE. Wo run good covered hacks daily between San Ange lo and Robert Lee. Through trip, S2.00; round trip. 8.00. Make connections with all out-going trains. FERR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 October 1901

.i - !- mm' - Br Br- I' 1 6 I V r ...." r is Fruit jars at Findlalor's. No 1 Mackerel at J R Gilbort Co's. Navajo Blankets, 75cts per lb, at March Bros. For Hancock Texas Disc plows jee J. S. Miles. A number of cases of dip the riii arc reported in the city. Consign your wool to March Bros. Best'uroccries at J. R. Gil belt & (Jo's. For cooking and heating jtoves sue J S .Miles. G. W. Cunningham, of Irion county, witn hio w:fe, was in the city lust Saturday. John N. Hewitt is taking in the fair at San Antonio this week and is making a rep as a cow roper down there too. Duin hay carriers (Go Devils) at Flndlutor's. The celebrated Peter Schutl Jer wigon at Findlaler's. Now lino neckwear just re ceived at March Bros. John Frecland is making ex tensive improvements in his Store to accommodate his in creasing fruit trade. For cooking a n a heating Stoves sec J b Miles. The colobiated Petor Sehutt ler wagon at Findlaler's. bee those $5 Suits for men. They are world beaters. March Bros....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

M $$$k ffredd .., f $ 'mi SUBSCRIPTION, 51.50 PER YEAR. StoeU. Growers oncl BreedereJournol, MtKReB IN TMt iMI AMOtLO POST OFFICE II fCOHO.CLtMAILMATKP?. " VOL . 5 . SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNT.Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 1, 1901. "J fie kfan Unqeo i?., A".-yv iv.u -a . w.xwx. .,............ ... . ' PiscHiwsqgmRi 'ftp i AVkPMm rf?vft Jan xmvfit - m s i m -T- rT mi The School Question. ' We && &8t 1& Cold Weather is Sure to Gome. It is Almost Upon Us. An ounce of prevention Is better than a pound of cure. Want to get fixed for the cold wave before it comes, and save money by buying and being ready for the cold weather. Wc ars agents at San Angelo for the Hindoo Knitting Mills, and can save ycu the jobber's profit on underwear. Our stock is so well assorted that wc can give you underwear at almost any style desired, from an all cotton to an all wool, manufactured from pure Australian wool. Wc have heavy ribbed undershirts, sizes 34 to 44, at 12 l'2c each. You may pay twice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

i . mnn i J' !R TT' If 0lWvi rv ' W-. I j," fi - A7 i TUg San flnoelo Press, .rODMSUKU KVKItYjntlDAYIHY Urttmui Smith 8.C I'akuins SMITH A PARSONS 6AN ANdhl.O. TrX Nov.. S5. HK)1 Subscription, per year, 5.5D Tnc Han Antfi'l" l'rcis tiluw in lie iti hr rurny with Mir rt-iiuiiiK uplc ot tnu u'K-'-'t Mrrllorv of SoutliwiM ipxnx, un u live focal rlcwKpftpur ol tins ferule M-etlun of country. Iu column r JbvuuiI m Sliwk frowcr, HretdtTn itiil Fiirmlnc mnH, In-(ikpi'iM-il wlili Homo, InuuMilnl und Uhcful UJor nlion. uucMloimniiil luliiruiiilloa When iOvico (a jtilorumliuii Imiriircd, ulw.iyi rncloc two Vt Winii lor .ii-liik'u 4i.u Miitli.ru-ry, und ux uiuwvi uiii lie ulilicr through ttiu col ULDk til the t'reos or lij nmli lit vhid iw urtclluuulc Himiill jodnv. hi .tbovo fuvuuult'd, l.illlur of l'rei-, ban Angelo i" u prosperous llt.lo city ol 11:00 population, wry nearly iiCuivoi iibovo tile it'll level. rvliUh inaku It an iiluai place lor tlio In valid, as tlw whmiIi .Ury atmopher. jb n...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

IIP Mini ill ' "WUhr "m TtrtTiTi;"(ia'hriir:i , - -WRt- iP"" -:-'--- ?'." '''"Vf'JlBffW """ "FTO "Mil .wra-.t- , mwjiib ittmu, (.JWH WTnKII ' ' ? I, f; g"F''S 'iw pp.7 " ftp?ff'M(('Av W MWvw Twsww vr wWsl'Ifftf'fflr. ' 7 I Mm. - " -tJ T.-fv'- f mms moN COFFEE LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL! M Aim , mJr.t.,fr,f MZZZZi iNiffc is on every package of ($Z? f'vV&. HON COFFEE you buy. It guarantees its purity. No coffee is LION COFFEE unless It is in a I pound sealed packet with the head of a lion on the front Then you get pure coffee the higliest grade (or the money, , www -SJ"V NTV. nS'iaX. .Tfc"V J.' - ,VWi . WJHrMKi M Watch our noxt ndvortliemsnt. Why has LION COFFEE now become the leader of all package coffees? And why is it used in millions of homes ? Because it does not sail under false colors. It is an absolutely clean, pure coffee. No glazing, no coating with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide imper fections Just try a package of LION COFFEE and you will under stand th...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

mm B vn MM -:'-r iu- 1 'a: , . 4Sr?. ."rtss&sfc Mt ji... , ,. S' . s frf -' T - i m " IT' 11 i. OH I I I I life Did You Know That I have one of the Prettiest Stocks of Aatches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Siluerware, Cut-Glass, Brica.Brac, To Be Found Anywhere, And yet my entire fall line of goods have not arrived. Don't fail to come in and inspect my stock whether you intend pur chasing now or not. H. D, Leffel, The Jeweler, Fine Repairing and Engraving. k 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H&$KJ Lands For Sale, I The lands originally granted to the Houston Texas Central Ry. Co now owned by Mr. F. P. Ok B cott, situated in Tom Green county, will be placed upon the market for sale Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1901, W All those wishing to purchase any of said lands, will A please call on MR. JOS. SPENCE, JR., at San Angc lo, Texas, who is authorized to receive applications for the purchase of the'lands. m a a gibbs, 1 m LAND COMMISSIONER. j$ snwwntimmimmimmnmmminmHinfmHimmmmg g WINDMILLS WAGONS 2 BEST GOODS. j I FI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

jfftU, '. fy- "5-J 7 ' .,, Standard mowers. Fimlluter's I F. . t Deatli ni n IMoneer On lust Saturday evening Oct. 2(5. ono of Tom Green's old stoves see J S Miles. pioneer's crossed tlie "divid ie ' iroin wnence no iraveior returns i and lert the things of life for thoe immortal. j Those who knew W W Smith , will miss him as he was one who m lite, represented the priuci-' pies and teachings of masonry, I ino oruer or which lie was au ardent supporter and a devoted member for more than twoscorp jf years. He lived his allotted time and! passed peacefully away in his 70 year, leaving three daughters, Mrs F E Allen. Mrs Viola Jones. Mrs .1 S Johnson, of Storliug. o.ie son. Charles F Smith now residing in the State of Wash ington, and his widow. Francis Smith. Mr WW Smith was born in Macon, Ga., aud moved to Tom Green county in 1879. settliug at old Bon Ficklin, in 1884 he affiliated with San Angelo Lodge No. 570 F & A M. was also a member of the Sau Angelo Chapter No 170 R A M. and...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

.4ET.j3k ,,A H3 r .i PI ir i L& PiSIr k ' :. 4 I'A . M ft F s tft 'X- yi I f U- TRY IT Women sufFcr IiiK from f cmalo troubles and weakness, and from (rri'i'iilnr or painful inen- .ses, ougut not to lose hope if doctors cannot Ihulp them. I'liy I sicians arc bo busy with other I diseases that they do not un derstand fully the peculiar ail- it Willi; nllrl th( delicate orjfnuifiiii of woman What the sufferer ought to do is to give n fair trial to BRADFBELD'S Female Regulator which is the true cure provided by Nature for all female troubles. It Is the formula of a physician of the highest standing, who devoted his whole life to (lie study of the dis tinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers, wivet and daughters. It is made of -toothing, healing, strengthening herbs nnd vegetables, which have been provided by n kindly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses, Leu corrhoea. Palling of the Womb, Nerv ousness, Headache and Backache. In fairness to herself and to flrnd field's Female Rc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

r iiHiiilii ii lllliiMiiilllliiiili'iliiiii 'w.'.. f'mw ' :v'-f ' ' tv -! '"f"'"v - ' m 5. Wl fa cetting Old? Feel Drowsy? 4 TRY A LITTLE PEARL XXX RYE WHISKEY. It creates circulation and 3 again. It's good any way; or nigli ball. The best sot-D 0NLY BY EDDIE MAIER, SAN ANGELO, By the dritlk, bottle or jug. The ri'.o is reason able. Polite attention and fair treatment to all alike. 2K '& i , .? F - JBNL Mi '" At ittstL i r- .. - . " Hj .,You Can Get Team Like this at the BrlcK Front Livero and Feed Stable. San flnaelo, Texas. J. W. ELLIS. Proprietor. BW'BX(MMWW$WWB' I nm Agent for FABST and SCHLITZ and Fort Worth Keg Uamllc Soda Water and 'Idcr. I Beat in the Market. t litS0Sa!iii 9 m LAND AGENCY. Established 1885, Ranches unci Lands for sale, in large and small bodies, at low prices and upon reasriiinblaieims. Chas.A, Dttiley, San Angelo. Te.xas. m&M BmMMMBm We run good covered hacks daily between San Ange- Sg lo and Robert Lee. Through trip, S2.00; round trip. 'i.00. fig c...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 November 1901

HP"' HP- MR!. I it's1" s I- ! r V U Hi'im w fr.r- 3i ,1 1 Fruit jurs tit Findluler's. Navajo Blilnkots, 7&cts per lb, ut March Bros. For Hancock Texas Disc plows' Bee J. S. Miles. Consign your wool to March Bros. W. D. Ako and wife, of Rudd, were in Wednesday trading. The celebrated Peter Schutt )er uuon at Findlatcr's. New line neekwcir just re ceived at .Mm cli Bros. J.T. Davis, of Sherwood, was in San Angelu one day this week. For cooking a n a neating Btoves see J b Miles. The celebiatcd Peter Schutt Jer wagon a't Findlatcr's. bee those f buitb for men. They are world beuters. March Bros. Henry Short is u good man, carries good groceries, gels a goou trade, hus u good ad in this issue. Head it. Stop with Bill Carr at Elk Horn ibtuble. Sherwood, Texas. A beautiful line of Carlsbad china ut U & G Hagolstein (Jo's. For cooking a U (I heutjng .toves see J b Miles. "Mrs. J. M. Slaughter is re covering lrom a borious spell of ftlclniOSs, of 19!! days duiation, we Ut'u giati to...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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