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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 May 1902

SMi'XaBBl?gsaHtfBWiBB&ftMMMfcfc " . '-'' ' sssaa - - - . tr... it stiai I'l K1 A 1MMHr9 f H Vf' K i. i r i. What Edison Promises. TlinmiiH A. TCilifinn hhvh thfit. ;-"'- ; I 4ne ol tlieso unys, mul nolore long At tlmt,wo Hlmll sco electric auto mobilo tricycles and carriages Spinning around tho roads of tlio country to tho exclusion of the horse. Mr. Edison says ho is sure of solving tho problem of a machine that will run for 150 miles without ta recharging of tho butteries, and bo assorted that he believed that ho could produco ono that would be within easy reach of persons in moderate circumstances. Mr. .Edison will not say anything about the principle on which his machine is to bo built other than ft is to bo a modflcution of the storage battory plan, and he says he has found out a new application of tho storage battery plan by which of the dead weight of the batteries, that has boon ono of the objections against them, is very greatly reduced, so instead of having a ton or tw...

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. — 21 May 1902

SI" l:.. - '- . "V ;'earWFJWfr.flC .. . .1 " .'t,MNHKaMra"" .; 7F-"'fflasafiSlMSl4IBWraWJ,KBiCft .ZarTOfrP'W. 'Y ! -. . -??VIKBMMHBlHVHnKMMMMHIHaCfSI3fiHV vj 11 freM VOL 6, NO 20, SANANGELO TOM GFEEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1902. Entered In the Son AnKelol'oit Office ns Second clas mail mnttcr. " WJwiiafcr.vjwi7" M - i w umww wuu '?ih wurcra.'iHiMfr T n rr "i ' j.' ' H i ill in iiimimih I i m I i wihpbiiibii ii d , WTWBiniiii? Ungeo era? I' 71- re - "'! 1 trjj a. M' ' Enjoyed An Outing. Tho Concho Country is tin ideal one for outings, ns nil who ovor enjoyed one hero are willing to enthusiastically admit. It is a fit themo for voluminous gushing by the most rhetorical spouter and oven those of prosaic turn of mind will grow oloquent in the verbal consideration of tho sub ject. Tho members of tho pnrty thnt loft Snn Angelo on the Oth and returned on tho 11th from n "enmpingout" on Spring Creek's sylvan bnnks are no exceptions to the rulo, for thoy nil agree that it was ono ...

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. — 21 May 1902

TMmW, "-'-" - ffipBH mpir rs T-f? WO' ait The Press, Itiued Wdnciday Mornlnoi OFFICE: Chadbourne Streat oppotlta Mays Dulldlng. 1. 13. TKUf A", 13dUor nml l'roi. Follx l'roimnrit Ansuclnta 13dltor A. A. Wynno Poroman Mechanical Dcpar't Subscription, I'or Year, $l,f0. Proportionate for Shorter terms Tho effects of the handiwork of tlmfc ' experienced and popular journalist, Felix Probandt, cjin bo Boon in thiH issue of the Pnnss. llo transferred his allegiance to this paper on Thursday morning, and lias done more work in the ilvo days ho 1ms been with tho papor than any two inon this edi tor has boon associated with in nil his oxporioneo. In jockoy parlance, tho Pukss is running on tho first quarter; whon sho roach es tho homo fltrotch, hIio'11 bo fly ing. Lowis Nixon, chiof of Tain many's Hull, New York, and Big Bass Orokor's successor, has re signed tho job because ho could not hold it and maintain his self respect. IIo oven rofusod a vote of confidence" from his political conferes...

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. — 21 May 1902

PUj)it4ilUI j- J ' ' " V. SSiMf' "$?, i SSS6? ' SS Broken Sizes in Corsets We have a big lot of Corsets, which sell, regular, at 40c, 50c and 75c. As we have left only a few sizes of a kind, we have put the entire lot together and give you CHOICE OF THE ENTIRE LINE AT THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICE OF m5 "JK BfJ H For Choice. It will pay you to see these goods before your, size is gone. COX BROS. KJE" Mrs. John Berry is reported to be seriously ill. The latest in wall paper, com plete line just in. E. W. Roby. "Gloves" Ladies' or Gent's, best quality, "The Racket Store." Dr. W. A. Carnes is sporting a nice new buggy and fine piece of horse ilesh. Hoes! Hoes 11 and Garden Rakes, from 25-' up to 50j- "The Racket Store." Jim Moon's friends will regret to hear that he is contemplating re moval back to Waco. Rubber or Cotton Hose from Sj-' to 12 i per foot, nozzles also, "The Racket Store." Julius Hoover, the Lipan Flat stock farmer, was in the city last Saturday on business. J. R. Gilbert it C...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 May 1902

V v & L J ; 1" sHM' .... b ' r - r- . ...... MBStVr tuc d r r,rniThncr iwv rru n -w.,,-. i,r.u.wniiwi. HSU A JTJO I iP5 " - ,.., ..,..., ,. ,,.. B& Apparently Narrowed Down to a HPSfc L E(ldio Maior goltl m0(lal nt tho 4? T" K itued wdnetday Mornina. Fine Point Between Blanchard jKdHLAMak Turn Veroin bowling alley Hcores "TTa? Rp OFFICE! Chodbourne Street opposite ,nJ r,,,mi,f:rm IHPSfV'Hi i t n t. -it i Up fSTT Hk . MoytDuiidinu. ana wiiberson. vHlMvKVV follows : It will bo "B5? f$ Bffi.' . A rumbling noise now cornea WRtKlXftv$v'w obsorved that Simon Poll wnsvnrv .iTTrm 'M fcj.fv i. 15. truiV. Kdltor mid t'ron. "Oin that volcano, tho San An- MwMfflA jiihl - " ' ' ' ' ' ... . . . WH krd&'ili uWI 1 15. TItUfjYi Kditor nnd I'roji. Tollx Probniult Associnto Udltor A. A. Wynno Foreman Mcchinlcol Depar'r Htibscrlptlon, Per Yoar, $1,50. Proportionate for Shorter tcrmi. ADVERTISING RATES t Transient advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion 115 cants. Tlmo contracts, di...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 May 1902

.?'$ It' r ; ' 1 : : c-r ' J- Rules and San Angelo Barber's Union. SCALE OP PRICES. Ilalr Cutting (under 12yra) Hair Cutting (over 12 yra) Sea Foam Shaving Shampoo Singeing Tonic Moustache Dye., Face Massage... Baths Shaving Dead Men 5.2.5 .35 .15 .15 .35 .35 .10 .35 .35 .25 COO Sioned Chas. Adams, J. II. Luna, T. .1. Lott, Alexander & Bnlfanz, C. F Harris, JelT Lane Clint Crotvoll, Chas. Murray, W. D. Klncaunon, Len Pate, Weaver & Cross, G A. Greg ary, J. D. Whltten. Holds Up a Congressman. "At the end of the campaign," writes Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant congressman, "from overwork, nervous tension, loss of sleep nnd constant speaking I had about utterly collapsed. It seem ed that all the organs in my body wore out of order, but three bot tles of Electric Bitters made me all right. It's the best all-around medicine eversoldovrn druggist's counter." Over w6....od, run down men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters. Try thorn Only...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 May 1902

fclll m vfc : y, v s Pv ' 1 1 l I: k 9- m; Sai) Ai)gello ftfafcioi)) J3ai)k San Angelo, Texas, Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits OITorato Depositors nil tho accommodations which their balances, business unci responsibility justify. al. L. MERTZ, Pnns.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Puns.. R. A. HALL, Cashier. THE CHEAPEST FUEL ON EARTH The Raymond Crude Oil Burner, $fc For Heating, Cooking, ano Steam Purposes. iis. After years of study nntl experiment wo lmvo placed Gf on tho market this Jjurnor, which can lio used in any ;H& stovo, Range, Orate, Furnace or small bteam plant. IT Satisfaction Guarunteed Good solid comfort. yfi Represented by A. L. HENDERSON, Seo tho burner in operation at It. M. Wright's Furniture Siore. Ancnt Last Week's Fire. The following nuthoritativo etatemont from Mr. Penrose N. Jons, the popular and expert in surance man, will bo of interest. San Angolo Texas, May 17, 1002 JSditor Piikss. Dear Sir It may interest some ,of your readers to have tho exact ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 May 1902

Tmriin ii xrswriHnfmmmHE Vw-TTpOKS&Xsff: - -t - 7 y v " X 1 sroa NEWS, g3 PHONE 244. fgj Murph March shipped two cars ofsheep to St. Louis Saturday. B. M Cawthorn shipped three cnra of sheep to St. Joseph Satur day Ed Mey recently sold to A. C. Menus 1000 hend of unshorn mut tons. Some snles of steer yearlings are being made at $15. The fine rains are getting in their work. A. G. Anderson shipped 8000 hend of sheep to Knnsns Oity and St. Joe Markets yesterday. The Ed Mey wool clip, 20,825 pounds, arrived last week. It went about 8,000 pounds better than he expected. Geo. L. Abbott will ship to the territory on the 22, 500 cows for Hanley Green, of Rock Springs, Edwards county. Geo. L. Abbott, the "big one" left for the territory yesterday on a short visit to look after his live stock interests. Henry Dearing is rounding up his North Concho pasture prepara tory to making another shipment of cows and stee rs to the territory. Abbott &. Whitehead will ship to Tulsa, I. T. on th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 May 1902

jMMQfawfigBBtfiiriT?.i.r-i ycr J?iLlBBHBHWy!llj- j-Vm . vKars3r mmmm!MmmBx&x& assffgga Jlwwt ? .,.,,,,. iyn. . p '?j. vi'ifi1 : - jG a . 7 " 'J i " Wf liggWjBl&aB." w :. " " """' "" "r'"i''ywnniiiiiyn .,.., imm k X - If fit vvl ''i "xi Plan- i i .-rl "I n ft. m ijust Received, I 1' New Roller Top Desks, Secretary and book )M MH , j Lascs, v v v i & Sy j g Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, Childrcns' 8 fgfcj Folding Beds, Chairs. v fig jftji The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West p Jfig g Prices down to Bedrock, c $J I ' e. w. robyJ C?f e The Live and Let Live Furniture Man. g ral' r ' . . ? ? W'. 2D pon ? ...Everything New and FirstoCtass X K XJ ond Water and Hluctrlc Lights 5. We. nJ Nlaht. I In Kvory Room. J Tfts riittiftnnn''iU'f jiiitvfiivi'''V Landon J inntiVtnrU(iUifUtiinn'i'innnir :$ Restaurant in Connection. i CUIUlJLdll r,s)l oytcrs and ' Jloalswa bpcciiuiJiwnifiiooui lor J.nuies j IloomiSS ana ou cents JHS. " Notelcts. From a womnn's standpoint of view it is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

SW If t' jrredi. 1 ? t .. ,, - i '. m VOL 6, NO. 21, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1902. Entered In the Son Angelo Postoffico ns Second-clMi mull mnttcr. Ungelo Jne zlan H ii Is what is governing the farmers of this section in their purchases of ".arvialiiQ AND OTHER FVRM IMPLEMENTS. At Ample proof of this is the fact that we arc making large and steadily increasing sales of the superior " " - " ' PLg&MO We invite the farmers to call and see for themselves the many points of superiorty which the "PLANO" have over all others, Copeland & Mitchell. New Furniture arriving at E. W. Roby's. J. P. Parks was in from Lipnn flat Friday accompanied by his lady. Dan Moser of Ballinger passed through last Thursday enroute to his ranch on the Pecos. The Orient may be compelled to change its course in order to take in tho old San Saba mine. Mrs. J. H. Warner and her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Halloux and tho latter's children, are visiting relatives in Topeka, Kan. 0. B...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

h r y 13BP !!. f.: ;,,"' i ' i V 'i . s-; &;:A.7) ftiCyJJ W?& wjj ' :r..-.. . -.' --"JZWE i The Press, lisued Wdneday Mornlna. OFFICE: Chadbourne Street opposite May Dulldlng. 1. 13. TKULiY, 15Utor mid I'rop. Foltx lrolMindt AHHOCluto ttdltor A. A. Wynno Poroman Mechanical Depar't HubHcrlptloiii Per Your, $1,50. Proportionate for Shorter terms. LATEST REUNION NEWS. A lottor from Soorotary Ponrco of tho Concho Colorado Reunion Association states Hint lio favors accopting San Angelo's proposi tion to furnish tho grounds (1J miles west of town) free and that ho thought tho committeo would hold tho reunion horo in August. Lord Pnuncofoto, British Am baesador to Washington, died in that city last Saturday. Chairman Loonoy, of tho 10th Congressional District, 1ms called tho democratic convention to meet at Minoral Wollsontho 15th day of July. Kaisor Bill turned down Liout. Can Potter, sent to tho Amorican Embassy as naval attache. Ho was tlio "ollicer and gentleman who sworo that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

ggg?"?,.!,"! . HjfWi' II HllliMHI WMMWMHOH 'reiv"!fj; !''AiiyjiiMiiffj)i TT1 TT n" "' "fr nT fMW'lWl1 r CTtSJ-JMLMfc. QWME3jii J ' " W i --a 1 J 'fl i . 1 , m ft CP77 PO1 wi as Quality is the Thing Coupled with low prices and large assortment makes this your best trading place. A Dollar Shoe Sale Here. More shoes and better shoes than you ever bought for a dollar In Order to Reduce Our Immense Stock of Men's, Women's, Boys' Misses' and Children's- Shoes, we have marked down prices on them that will soon clear the stock. Every shoe in the house at a big reduction, except Han an'sfor Men Only. C. A. PROBANDT II, A. Wootton has been to Dal lns on business. -The "Alpine Refrigerator is nil the go. McAlpine. Fnyette Mnyes resumes clinrge of his meat business on June 1. -Star windmills back gear and direct stroke at McAlpino's. E. E. Hoyt, the photographer, is taking pictures in the Concho country. Best assortment of Picture frames at Ragsdales gallery. Prices very low. Capt. Win. Tumor b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

rl, T I.., - I ' .rdfcl -l! rws iyjfaiy -'W ii.fct .I.,,, ,ii, 4 i , m I. . iii' Mi?V m M- W'. K ' K ?' i , 1 ' isf ' M & j-. . i- R i , The Press, lisued Wednesday Morning. OFFICE: Chadbourna Street opposite Mayt Building. 1 13. TRULY, Ertltor nnd I'rop. Fullx L'rolmndt Associate- IMltur A. A. Wynno Foreman Mechanical Dopar't Buliscrliitlon, Ior Yonr, $1,50. Proportionate for Shorter term,. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient ndvortlscments, display per Inch, each Insertion t'i cento. Tlmo contracts, display each Insertion per Inch 1G cents. Local notices less than 100 lines, per line, c deli Insertion ft cents, No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, theso ralcH are as low as they can practically bo made and will bo ad hered to strictly. SAN ANOIXO, THX. MAY, 28. 1902 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 p. tn LOCAL Arrives 0:15 p, ra. Leaves 8:20 ti. tn. PUIlMSHKIt's NOTICE. Cards of Thanks Resolutions of Respect, Obituanos mid simil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

jIummiii LttfQgaiifcS'aL"!m!'.i lLja bdbittJdiiMkMiilAMw'vMMiHP'IFQrnML SE51i!!Gy m .; f rs iv?Eiwwm&te m JP2!M&tt4irtr :,f rrnjh y - -, :4,T'1,'I1V BPV: - i Tf. - "j" 7 . v . er !-' - 'j i -,--,.. Nevus Grovicieci Out Last Week. A. J. BAKER & CO., mvw ' . . tss$3raBk -""'HI v . , ; L, -. 1 t ' -U s v V RAIN GALORE! Jupiter Plovius Again Opens the Flood Gates and Lets the Gen tle Dews of Heaven Descend. There is room for but ono kind of croakers now loft in the Concho Country, find that kind is the bull frogs. Several refreshing downpours have already descend en upon various localities in this section and refreshed the famish ing earth, but on last Saturday night ono of the old time "soakers' ' fell which completely quenched its thirst. In San Angelo nnd vicin ity for quito a stretch towards all points of tho compass, the rain was the most bonolicial that has fallen in no loss than a year somo say eighteen months. Tho precipitation began to descend about midnight and wit...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

&wMf'ku v ' n . WW RV'-?' iwayTiri w v: t. OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL ZW ; t i -.' i - ! i ft. w '. t Wf "' ?.'-' &''., V J. & ' I I l U I'r fisfc 111" I fy. K It Jr t:,-' JSil ; a .- - I H i ftp Wtojmt? ' ' l ' fw, Will Close Tomorrow, May 29, With Interesting Exercises at the Opera House. Tho San Angolo Public School will close tomorrow, Mny 20, with exerciseB at tho Opera House, at 8:80 o'clock, p. in. Every ono is pordiully invited to attend. Following is tho program and Jist of graduates l'UOHKAM. Invocation Kov. F. F. Wyatt. Music Orchestra galututory.. ..Miss Myrtle Moars. AddrcHs Hon. .1. W. Hill. Solo Miss Jla Uuth Jlassard. Valedictory.... Jial A. Jlamilton. Music Orchestra. Awarding Diplomas Jlon. ChaB. A Dailoy. (HtAI)lMTES. Rollin J. Windrow, Jared 1. Hill, Daisy JIartog, Eureka Carpenter, Agnes Cornelius King, E. Myrtle Users, Cliarlotte Dallas Sherwood, Henry Howell Parks, Leonora Jnenio Lapowski, Lullie Jane Wallace, Marcia Dabnoy, Clairo Hall, Gertrude Annah Snyd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

"J Y FARMERS! vr? W X mx r ' i s- The prospects now are for one of the most splendid crop years in the history of this section. Good seasons are indispensible, as well as good seed and the proper working, cultivating and complete preparation of the soil. The latter you cannot accomplish without having the best of tools, machinery and implements. We have taken special care for the interest of our farmer friends, whose kind and continued patronage we hgihly value and duly appreciate, and therefore se lect, order and carry only the very best goods obtain able in these lines. Among them we mention: Standard Mowers and Rakes, Buckeye Mowers and Rakes, Dain Push Rakes and Hay Stackers John Deere Cultivators, We carry everything needed to pitch and har vest crops, and will be glad to have you bear us in mind when making your purchases. ix Low Prices and JOHN -Luncli goods for picnics, hunt ing nnd fishing trips. Silns II. Keeton. Mr. Scheiv, the Pecan Creok stock farmer, was in the city In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 May 1902

Stump ' yisrtyw l,'mym "jiwwffrif' ,4-4" ."yw" i'ijujiiiihhwumii H". ... r H rt IRS ' r. t. yJust Received, I New Roller Top Desks, Secretary and book W tm " " " "" tS Cases, v t v v ss Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, Childrcns' M Folding Beds, Chairs. v c g The Finest Line of Wall Paper in the West M Prices down to Bedrock. C C C j5 E. W. ROBYJ rho Live and Lot Live Furniture man. Pn ...Everything New and First'Class,.... jfjC and J Wntcr and Electric Lights Sk. Night. In Every Room. fvhK .Ec XiIf I 1 ' "Si i -I .; jp European j fi i "fS Plan. ? i ; 3&S 5 IS i 7Mi 1 J&. !L t, i if; UUV4 tMhT k FfcFJ Landon Hotel $ ainniuuMtitjuuuuuinnninrtwuiuiitrtnwrtutiiuiUtf Restaurant in Connection. Pish, Oysters and Gfimo o( nil hinds In season Meals iiVj, Special Dining lloom fur Ladles ltooinsMana&Quonts Una. C. LONDON, Proprietor. ........viiij.iiiiiMrffiirtirtntif(ftAnikitmiA(itift'niK4iiUitrtl mmBB 4NHSH(HSH(H(H Notclcts. Whilst out last week in obodi adco to tlnvt Btupid Bocial...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

m am'f" C J. itf&' SiW Qngelo 7&d, - -I 5" - VOL 6, NO. 23, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1902. Entered In the 8nn Angelo Postom.cc as Second class mall matter. Sai) Aijgelo Tafcioi)5! J3ai)k San Angelo, Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits OffcrB to Depositors nil the accommodations which their balances, buBlneBB and responsibility justify. M. L. MERTZjVPnES., R.A, Wood! Wood! At Low Prices. Wood, per cord 84.00 Sawed blocks for heaters per cord W. GO Sawed and split for cooklnc stoves, per cord $5.00 Wo glvo cood measure. Yard phone 105, at Terry, b gin. TERRY S NEESHITH. ft- J.R.Gilbert&E Groceries, Grain and Hay, Glassware, Enanv A clcdwarc, Uuccnsware, and Racket Goods. Phono 170 aimmmmmmmmmmfflK lW00DYflRD. jr Cord Wood, -; sr Cord Wood Sawod, :3 r Cord Wood Sawed 5; SS and Split. :S SS Call up phone 19, 3 6. fl. RUST. 1 Leon Licardie, RESTAURANT, Open Day and Night. Oysters and Chili always on hand. Weals 25c. Two doors above Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

-H. r fVtrf " j W&'U&t&l '' ) i 3 . i U-j-' ft1- p. I I The Press, liiued Wdneday Mornings OFFICE: Chadbourna Strtet opposltt Mays Dulldlnfl. 1. 15. TltULiY, I-Mltor nml I'rop. Felix lro1mnlt AhhocIiUo IMItor A. A. Wynno Toroman Mochonlcal Dopar't HubHcrliitlon, I'or Year, $1,50. Proportlonat for Shorter terms. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient tidvortlHomonts, display per Inch, each Insertion 2." cents. Tlmo contracts, display each Insertion per Inch v 1 nt- Local notices less tVan 100 linos, per lino, each insertion 0 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, these rates are as low as thny can practically bo mado and will bo ad liercd to strictly. SAN ANOHLO, TEX., JUNR 11, 1002 Tho Press is "IT I "Its nil over but tho whoop. T ho Press is ploiiBoil to tioto tho woll moritod nml incroased proBporty of tho Eldorado Pnpor, which lifts doublod its sizo flinco its founding, only nix montlm ago. Koop up your lick, Bro. Carruth orfl! As To "Citizens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

i-Uli in - f r'rwfMfil ' ' l"'"-"1ff"f'y?MMBfc m- mtm-rltmmmrl l U.mmBL xei M, tf" K Wo have ngain put on tho mar ket our now fammiB Concho Mosquito Lotion. It keeps away tho mosquitoes, as mnny will testify, who ubo(1 it last summer. We guarantee every bottle. Money refunded if not satisfactory. PRICE 25 CTS. For Sale Only nt the Concho Drug Store San Aneeloi Texas Churches THE CHRISTIAN REVIVAL. The Christian Revival conduct ed by Rev. E. B. Watson, will begin next Sunday, under tho big "Camp Meeting Tent" A place for tho tent has not yet been selected, but tho tent itself is largo enough to afford plenty of Bhado for all who deBiro to como. The meeting is certain to be a "help to all who attend for the sermons will bo short and de livered by an ablo man. The singing will bo conducted by Mr Theo. E. Fitz, who, with his natural ability and training, is seldom excelled in rendering vocal solos. Rov.F. F. Wyatt Mrs. Wyatt and Miss Rosa Rowland loft Sun daj' for Dallas to attend the S...

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