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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 April 1902

q3rnr r &"nr J. "...T. .-- . - . ,' j 4 SR?-T?? KT.i TMTi I rjJf Bll flTTJfr.I j- rf 'AHii.VXWJI'ffWIli iii'nni nil . HHrtrfafo will mhiT l'7ftl Ini hi tm mill IliiMiii hi ii iTl, ifii n..iinrl T i u ... ;- ..--'.; .---ifciysi.r-jr, t fa.a. : --,-f ,'W,..? ilM lMhiiB"iiiWffMPiyiHBnM iTTfBMHi'rt ii ffXiiii Tt niiiB nnii TiT'nWnrr ij"if i nfriiri nrTi ' - fB ''' ? B li if I V r. H a ft !' ' ii, id ,(i il Sai) Aijgelo Press lnued tr W'dntjday, . E TRULY PROPRIETOR HiibHcrliitlon, I'or Yoar, $1.50. SAN ANOIXO, TKX. April, flO, 1002 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advortlflcmcnts, display per Inch, each Insertion 2-" cents. Time contracts, display ouch Insertion per Inch 10 cents. Local notices less than 100 linos, per lino, each Insertion 5 cents. No Discount!. No CommlMlons. Circulation and quality considered, thcBO rates nro as low as they can practically lw made nnd will be ad Iiored to strictly. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. , PASSENGER. Arrivos 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 p. m LOCAL Arrivos 5:16 ...

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. — 30 April 1902

fcr " ii TTim SW .1 V'J "f ) 1 fli . 2000 ffoca Cafe Per Wee& a Gooc 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 Sunv mer goods as you are Receiving. Let us put in your Spring Announcements, The San Angelo Press A. J. BAKER Sc CO., BANKERS, SMN ANCBLO, A.J. BAKER, the President of thlx J Angelo for 13 years. He wm Commissioner four years Is wellunownasa Bare and conservative b inker We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons. McQcys loaned on Conservative Basis ALL THE G f San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer. nL: 'T Sold by LAWRENCE GUTHALS. Agent, JjjjL San Angelo, Texas. 1 1 Central Wagon Yard D. E. COCREHflVV, Prop'r, Freight and Household Goods trunsforred safely and prunptly. Ready to go at all times. Your patronage solicited. RHONE 139. JM0WW...

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. — 30 April 1902

(JBfrawFPrna g..u-...... .-,-. J.. ,...-'. -.... Jb-it f " !, i AS. I 4 fr f s ' I 1 t i 1 .i 'J 1 i 'I, Speaking Saturday Night! There win speaking at the court house Saturday night by Col. Rhodes and W. A.Throadgill A small audience, about 50 citi WW, wort1 listeners. Col Rhodes only consumed a few minutes time Htating among other thingH that Judge Hill, his opponent, Iuih been invited to join ja the discussion but had declin ed. He diHeuKK'd the land ques tion brieily and in line with the speech of Mr. Threadgill who followed and a synopsis ol whoso jfpeeeh we give below : Stated that he wmh a democrat cud believed in the old democrat ic doctrine of the greatest good to the greatest number. Jle believed the decJHflion of tho majority of the ieoj)lo on any question after mature deliberation was always jpufe. Jle believed in party organ ization when such organization jprcssed and rollccted the senti wentB and will of tho people, but if euch organization failed in that pd it becamo ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 April 1902

&.. Z STOCK NEWS. PHONE 244. ' For Sale at a Bargain. A good jack. Inquire of L. D. McOahty, at Western Hotel. Plenty of prairie pasturage and running water in the Osage coun try for 1000 head of cattle. S. H. Poor., Landon Hotel San Angelo, Tex. Judgo G H. Garland of Paint Rock, is in the city He reports that of the 4000 steers he and as sociates recently sold to H B. Spaulding at $28 with 10 cut $20 per the cuts, 2000 are enroute to Brownwood for shipment to the Territory, and the other 2000 will be started from Concho county next Friday. Judge Garland has recontly put up 2000 territory cow s for Spaulding, 1700 of which were shipped from Talpa He says that in all Mr. Spaulding will ship from 11000 to 12 cattlesteorsund cows from this section. Rubo Roid camo in Thursday from 04 ranch in Ector county. It is awful dry there he reports, .and tho range will likely suffer unless a rain comes soon T. G. Hondrick loft Wednesday for Horoford and will' be gone some time to look after h...

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. — 30 April 1902

MAMfayv,, nlmm 1 mm 1 hia"1 . tnwaa, i. m-aaMwagfaEiaaaMiii n inn iiii in 111 a, ,4 itssaiSKmmkmmtmAmAattKkBmBSkK. IrH f?iMrTlTgBlttiiIHnfcii iflrTW r 7T Zfh,, "; &$?-&:? v ? ? 'vr?K , ' 'i- 4 Wiv'", ' . -'JMHW8K T gLlT,WmilllMKIPmn3 ZOTK0HHHHHHMHnVllBBR8&? nSW' K '' - m$. ...... ' K I 1 ? II I? ' -PADEREy&KI- Ik BY CHARLES j' F1N6ER. Padctcwskil The Crown is Thine. 1 tnou JT tne rnncc ox i ihiiim& f J. linvo lionrd lmnl 1 hnvo mat exit rnncfcd for two lioure by the Jjilui, norvoua figure. In a hcubc jJwjih alone in t lie great audit ori pni, although thuru wore eight tipuennd IxjhhU' inyccll gathered tJencnth tho roof; Mill, fiieli wn q! (solitary unit. Tiio magic of $e imiHit'inii caupcd ouch to bo jointed for tho nonce from Iiih fpJlowB. 1 wiih alone. The manic jvtib was wrought, nml tho fire in my veins quenched; again the mjetB dimmed my oyen as a biiIi confciouBiicpB of viminhed, un fulfilled youtliful dreamt tttolo over me. Old joyB mid old tor jowb 'awoke...

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. — 7 May 1902

jzjs- --- naiiwiii " i Tin -i!KHKIHMi9nHMHMMK -pSk." "r'"3Fap;.'- "aF" ' ,w?iSy'ifw-wm ' T --' $!.,BI , " j 'iM.i A f V - . 9K',t . jtft.-!fli JsL' ' t "' w ' . .i A tls " " " .. VOL 6, NO 18, JELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1902. Entered In the Sao Angelo I'oit Office ni Sccond-cliivs mull mutter. . jr .ur -iHW. i.r 'fc y7; 077? ungew j read. rt- j Just Received, New Roller Top Desks, Secretary and book Cases, v v v v Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, CtuldrcnV Folding Beds, Chairs. TC X A) The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West Prices down to Bedrock. X A) J3C E. W. R O B Y . The Llue and Lot Liu Furniture JVlnn. .Arch Bongo and Miss Marian 'Goldwire were happily united in tAo holy .bonds of wedlock Tues- v day evening nt tho parsonage by Rev J. A. Phillips. Mibs Goldwire is the accomplished school teacher , and can number tier menus uy her acquaintance , while Mr. Arch Benge is one of Concho county's most prominent young stockmen and well known and liked by every b...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 May 1902

MBBfcflMfM.., ihm.mii . liiiiMii.1 ijjfr'V ir.lM !. mm. imtt .aM. IB' ' itfl - I .1" r1 ai '&-? J J .U ! ''M -? M fc VB Ittued every Wedntiday, . E TRULY PROPRIETOR HiibNcrlptlon, I'or Your, $1,50. SAN ANOKLO, TliX. MAY, 7, 1902 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient ntlvcrtlHcmmits, display per Inch, onuh Innertlon 'Z' cents. Time contract), dlHplnvunch Insertion per Inch IB cunts. Local notlccH Ichh t'an 100 lines, per line, each Insertion 5 cunts. No Discounts, No Commissions. Circulation and quality conaldered, these rates are an low as they can practically bo made and will bo ad hered to strictly. Our Collector Tho 1'itKHH young man is now out on tho high wayaand by ways interviewing all thoso ho can find wIioho names on our subscription list appear to bo delinquent. It is not tho policy of tho proprietor to harrasH or unduly press those who are in arrears, but tho list shows in the aggregate a very largo amount duo the paper and any amount that those who are in ar rear fool able to ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 May 1902

I "W. W. Foreman, William Wallace Foreman died nt his home on Beauregard Ave., San Angelo, Texas, Wednesday, April 80th, 1002, nt 1:40 p. m., after n lingering illness extend ing over n period of nbout ten weeks. Funeral services were held nt the family residence on Thursday afternoon, Rev. Theo philus Lee officiating, nfter which interment took plnce nt Fnirmount cemetery. Mr. Foreman was born in Bal timore, Md. in 1S4U. When six teen years of ago he left Balti more and settled in Surry coun ty, Va. At the beginning of the war between the states he cast his lot with the Confederacy and en listed in the Surry Light Artil lery and tervcd throughout the war under the beloved commnnd-er-in-chief, Robert E. Lee. In 1808 ho removed to Mnrinn cia, Arkansas, where, in 1S71, he was married to Lydia J. Rigney, who, with three children, W. E. Foreman, Mies Mai Foreman and W. W. Foreman, Jr. survive him. While in Arkansas Mr. Fore man was a successful merchant nnd planter, but owing to ill hea...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 May 1902

:.. ' Nk U ft t fy t4- . "? p k !- t ?ii .-llV ..i)gelo Press Issued every Wednesday. . E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HuliHorlptlon, I'or Your, $l,r0. SAN ANOKL.O, TUX. MAY, 7, 1002 ADVERTISING RATES: Translont advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion '" cents. Time contracts, display each Insertion per Inch 15 cents. Local notices loss tlian 100 linns, per lino, each Insertion G cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, theso rates are as low as they can practically ho mado and will bo ad hered to strictly. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGKU. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 p. m LOCAL Arrives 5:16 p. in. Leaves 8:20 a. m. PUMiIflHBIt'H NOTICK. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Rcspoct, Obituaries and simil nr notices published in tho I'kksb will bo charged for at regular ad vertising rates. Advertising for church, school and charity bono flts will 1)0 cliargod at halt rates TlfK I'OIU.ISHKIt. It really appears that tho Cubans aro oxtromoly fortunate in having as...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 May 1902

i e i&!-iSUIMKmBS8Btm'' 'v"''"'1'"" " i rirr jp -' -"l. ' - --r 5? 'pr wjipiif wf ?? -urfWSirtSttsafrTljaar; JSr " WTli TT jJiiMPP"7" riiiiii " ami Country J-ND READ it as generally as the v' town people, It may be a sutv prise to you, but it is a fact that two thirds of our plump issue goes to country homes, The country people arc not in town every day and read the bargain offerings closely to save time when they are, This paper hits both town and country, Merchants cannot afford to stay out of our col umns, WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. TO The San Angelo Press A. J. BAKER Sc CO., DANKBRS, SAN ANCBLO, A, J. BAKER, the President of tills bonk tins been a resident citizen of Sa Angelo fpr 19 years. Ho was Commissioner of the General lutd (tlt i i Texas four yean Ls well known as a site and conservative banker We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons. Mcacys loaned on Conservative Basis ALL THE G jjL? San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer. tr ? Sold by LAWRENCE GUTHALS, Agent, . San Ang...

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. — 7 May 1902

J'jfl '?rs1 mm 3 Hr" Xr "Ht.. u -' JVM ' C, r- V-.PT" fe: I t GENERAL RAIN, r&&$r&iHfr &&$& The R. and W. i '$ FROM COKE TO MENARD' m FROM OZONA TO STERLNG. yfa. AH Over The Great Concho Country it has Rained. y$t Sunday about 15:150 p. in. a X&. MJIU'K ciuiiu iiiui inci im iitiii'Mi ol tlic west, north and nort h-vrst , which gradually gv darker and J nearer until finally the great J thunders jarred open t ho portals' and down came the pure waters of 'it Heaven to he quickly drunk up by Jj by a thirsty earth. Starting with a wind and dash ing shower, with a brilliant dec trical display and deep toned thunder, winch soon ceased, tut only for a brief time, when a slow root soaker began and continued pn to the "we una'' bourn of past niid-night, and all the tirod mor talH in peace with man were lulled to (deep by the tweet pitter pat of the rain upon the roof. "What a God tend 1 what n grass maker it was! and what a refresh ing and new sensation it gavo to ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 May 1902

J PHONE 244. KQ Claud B. Hudspeth bought of McKinley Bros. 415 Hereford, bulls, Is to J3s, and of M. J. Moore, 19 full-blood Durham bulls, all at private terms. Mr. Hudspeth will put part of them ou the ranch and sell the others. J. F. Bu9tin came in the latter part of the week from Shafter Lake ranch, GO miles. No rain yet he reports, but out in the sand grass is yet good, calves arc fat, and cattle have been steadily im proving tor more than a month past W. H. Cowdon left Thursday morning for the JAL ranch to superintend the gather ing of two trail herds which will soon be started for PortalesN. M. from whence they will be shipped to Cowdon Pemberton steer ranch in Montana. These two herds will consist of about 5000 head of two year old steers and 500 or 1000 heifers G. M.j McGoiiagill came down this week from his horse ranch 115 miles northwest, in New Mexico, lie says it is fearfully dry up there and many cattle on neighboring ranges are dying though his horses are yot in good c...

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. — 7 May 1902

D M J.. '. I Ik' wr - -ia , . V Curl Wilson, of Bollinger, was Jiere Saturday, Anotlior picnic at Crowe Nest, Ji may day festivity. Wat Jlarvey, of Miles, is work ing on the K. I'. building. Olnud 15. Hudspeth "the only candidate" for representative, was lie re shipping cattle the hit ter part of lust wet'k. Two important bushier changes Jast week, T. H. Sharpe mid his produce coiimitHHiuii business to Uie Temple Grocer Co. riiul A. F. Ecott bought im interest in the A. p, White it Co. store. Tho Coleninn Democrat has been treating the J'iikus very un civilly of late, but a eopy of that excellent paper reached our tuble Saturday morning and we hope will continue itmegulnr visits in future. ' ' Dr. F. J. Taylor, of Glasgow, Ky. is hero on a visit to his rela tives, U. G. and S. E. Taylor, the Jnnd man and attorney. Dr. Taylor hue had some newspnper experience having been proprietor of a paper in his homo town at one time. "Its u wonder all these wires are not broken" remarked one of ...

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. — 14 May 1902

I m era? Ungelo JreM -j h - ' i . g " ' I I I I j I I I I I I . .. ... ill I. ! I , ...- . . M,. n ' ! I .. II . I !! . ..., J M VOL 6, NO 19, 4. SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14,. 1902. Ei.tcrcainthos.nADgeioiwomooi v , : !i 1 . ,'' Second oliusmnU matter, -.. I J'; How Cheap IWr V M 1h W i I VOL 6, NO 19, 4 SAN ANG W( I Just Rooehecl, r' g! NcwRollcrXop Desks, Secretary and book eg S Cases, C C4 TC g Folding Beds, Bed B6om Suits,, Childrcns' HI J H Folding Beds, Chairs. C ?C ' X ' Eg t The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West p 5 Prices down to Bedrock, 'C C C aS? I! E. W. ROBYj B5 The Live and Lot Llio Furniture Man. g - - A. T . 1ML. . 3 V3 V7 I V . , 4. " I Baking Powder Made. Tho Health Debarment of New York has soizod a qunnity of so called cheap baking powder, which is found in thnt city. Attention was attracted to it by tho low price nt which it was being sold in tho dopnrtment stores. Sam ples wore tnken and the chemist of the health department report...

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. — 14 May 1902

m-:F&&2$ ' MKiU ufsvizs&n Br my JP1- i. V. f V- V Sai) Aijgelo Press lued every wednetday. E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HitliHcrliitlon, Por Your, $1,50. ' SAN ANCJKLO, TEX. MAY, 14, 1002 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENOKK. Arrives 1:20 a. in Lcuvos 4.00 p. m LOCAL Arrives 6:15 p. ui. Leaves 8:20 a. in. ADVERTISING RATES: u'rnnRlcnt HdvcrtlRcmcnts, dlsnlay por int'li, unuli Insertion 25 cents. Time contracts, illsplny anuh Insertion per Inch 1G cents. Local notices less tknti 100 linos, por line, euch Insertion 5 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Clruiilntloii nnd quality considered, these rules arc ns low us thuy can practically bo made and will be ad hered to strictly. "Where is my Boy To Night.?" A gray haired fatlior remarked totho writer, a few months since that it Hoomed to him t liat life with a majority of pooplo is a misfit and a delusion jtlnit most paronts spend tlio best years of their lives in making proper provision for their children, only to find life's evening sun ...

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. — 14 May 1902

, - JHHv 1 t '& WW II k Ml- V County Democratic Convention. Which Met at the Court The Democratic Convention of Tom Green county, Texas, was called to order in the District Court room in Sun Angelo on Snturdny afternoon, May 10, 1002 by Mr. M. 0. Davis, Chair mnn ot the Democratic county ex ecutive committee. Hon. J; W. Timmins was elect ed temporary chairman and J. G. Murphy secretary. Upon motion the chairman op pointed the following committees : Credentials and Basis of Rep resentation, A. R. Burges, L. L. Farr, John Hannum, L. S. Salter, Ed Cox. Permanent Organization and Order of business. W. A. Wright, L. S. Foucher, Geo. Ridgill, B. V. Rimes, W. C. Johnson. The above committee then re tired and during the interim the convention was addressed by the Hon. David A. Gaut. The following committee report was then adopted unanimously. to hon. j. w. iimmins, Tern. Chair man : We your committee on Creden tials and Basis of Representation beg leave to submit the following report vi...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 May 1902

"TIT" fin 'ijMMBBBMMBTrBBPJlifc A 1ttf3Ki$$ M ; f; ) O )( (tfyv V, ' '', 'P-v ": ,, Wffi?lQWW$rfc A' ? $ hi t s fib'"" Sai) Aijgelo Press Istued every yyedneiday. . E. TRULY PROPRIETOR HuliHcrliitlon, Per Yonr, $l,fiO. SAN ANGELO, TEX. MAY, M, 1002 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Loaves 4.00 p. in LOCAL Arrivos 6:15 p. in. Loaves 8:20 a. m. l'MnMHIIKlt's NOTIOK. Cards of Thanks Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries nnd simil ar nolicoH published in tho Piikss will lio charged for at regular ad v( rtining rates. Advertising for church, school and charity bene fits will 1)0 charged at half rates Tub PunusiiKit. W. T. Sampson is dead, and tho controversy is ondod for all time. Tho man who would rather ho right than havo odico will live happier and dio with tho respect of his noighbors. Mark Twain out twainod him HOlf in his "dofense" of Funston Woll may tho Kansan cry for do livoranco from such "friendly" critics as Twain. A stock farming country is tho most prosperous co...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 May 1902

a , iiKiLimRFXjmS&wQfflm HBHPiiiPiPIHIE BHMHHHRsl!H aPfr if a :t:!f ( f ' '' ' A u I HI ...: :n - - rj -!., " ji&frffiy Country fND READ it as generally as the " town people. It may be a sutv prise to you, but it is a fact that two thirds of our plump issue goes to country homes. The country people arc not in town every day and read the bargain offerings closely to save time when they arc, This paper hits both town and country. Merchants cannot afford to stay out of our col' umns, WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. The San Angelo Press CATTLE GROWING IN CUBA Island is Well Adopted For the In dustry. In casting about for some Cuban industry that might bo made to yield largo returns on a modicum of capital I had. my attention at tracted to cattlo raising, says, G. "W. Goodel in the San Antonio Express. Before I came hero I entertained tho same conception of Cuba probably that most Amoricans seem to hold namely, that the island is devoted to the raising of tobacco and sugar cane and goo...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 May 1902

.aLaaaaaLLHniv fetafsVJcOTir. ides' rfflTli T 'vlKlEK&&mnKKTjwir ata'; . v .; ra.'-Br e ,-. . mj!T!rTOpTv: ;. ',- . jb vlHBVT r f srlW'BlrTllrliirTrMnnTir' --, aHIfffffSG3S'"" , ' , r' " HB. W feM aslfKf f, " z1" . - i ' Mm. j5 Mr..' )H& 'Fit' h i1 t f Sai) Ai)ge)o 14 San Angelo, Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits ri ... n....,.nft...a nil tltn nrtrin.ti.nfi.lflt Intla Ictlffill (llfill tinlnnpfM. VJIIUISIU WUJiuouuin im mv .n.v...i..vi. ......... - - - ? ng. l.imlnnua nml i-ncmnnHltlllitV illStlfv. W " --i 1 M. L. A1ERTZ, rues.. CHAS. W. HOODS. Vice Pucs.. It A. HALL, D.incc at Torn Vcrein. From n socinl standpoint Snn Angelo lenvcB no utono unturned ui tho roulintion of nil Unit tho word implies. Especially is this noticftblo in tho number of musi cal entertainments, card parties, club receptions, fishing excur eions, masquerade balls, dances and tho like that have been got ten up by tho enterprising young men of the city. Quito frequent ly business is throw...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 May 1902

y AJiiik 1 - i t ?.'i w 1 i ' J, .-fl ' 3ri Hammocks, J. S. Miles. ' Jim Allison of Coke spent terdtiy in the city. L. E. Bates loft for the Terri tory last Thursday. Seo Roby's new line of wall paper before buying. Ed Boswoll, ot Comanche, spent several dnys in Snu Angelo Inst week. J. R. Gilbert & Co. keep on hand Crenmery Butter. Charlio Meyers, a Comanche man, has been in Snu Angelo for several davs. Mr. Charles Chamberlain spent severnl dnys of Inst week in the country on business. Jim Bryson of Comanche was in the city a few dnys ngo looking nftor cnttle interests. Temp Whitesides of the north ern pnrt of Coko county was in the city'yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Dnvis of Robert Lee spent severnl dnys in Snn Angelo this week visiting friends. S. Ronch sold his lino jack to Fnyotto Schwalbe of Ozona for, as Mr. Ronch snys half his value, $200 spot cnsh. The Phess believes in the doc trine of honesty in nil things nnd with all men and that this policy will win out in the end....

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