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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

JSf-f JC'rr VrV m? ? -?V' - W ,'v swwllPBiibiiafi -gjts K? pi 4 il V U f 'Of , '. C f ' Ik V I'",' .1; 1' L 9fr 07 K' r 1M j tpt ., The Press, Uiutd Wdntiday Mornlngt OFFICE! Chadbournt Strut oppatlte Mayt Building. P. 13. TIIUIjY, Kdltor and I'rop. Follx L'rolmmlt Associates Kdltor A. A. Wynno Foreman Mechanical Depar't Subscription, L'or Yoar, $1,00. Proportionate for Shorter term. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion il cents. Tlmo contractu, display each Insertion per Inch 10 cents. Local notices loss tfcan 100 linos, por lino, oach Insortlon 6 cents. No Discounts. No Commljsloas. Circulation and quality considered, those rates aro as low as they can practically 1w mado and will bo ad hered to strictly. SAN ANOKLO, TEX., JUNK 11, 1002 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. tn Loaves 4,00 p. in LOCAL ... Arri vos 5:15 p. m. Loaves 8:20 a.m. rUIIMBHEIl'S NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, ObituanoB and simil ar noticoH...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

rv i . & t, J ' JZl ' ! ... i ly .- . 3i&fe, ' " ' J - ANNOUNCEMENT. Tho Press Is authorized to nounco tho following candidates. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL. an- For State Senate, JNO. J.REIODES. For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona. For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON, of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE. For County Judge, MILTON MAYS. For Countv and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN. For County Treasuror. JNO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN. For County Attornoy, DAVID A. GAUT. For Animal and Hide Inspector, J. W. LAWHON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner, Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT. For Justice of tho Peace, Prec. No. M. O. DAVIS. For Constable Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNYAN. Sana Fe Excursion Racs. Macon, Gn., Annual Meeting Farmers' National Congress, Oc tobor 7th to 10th, limit October 15th. Rate, one standard first class limited fare for the round trip. Atlanta, Ga., Negro Young Peoples' Christian and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

dmTi'M w 'f IT f IM k?I i HE. I 8si r v M y i ft Supreme Court to Settlers' Rescue. Knocks Out the "Lap" Leases In the Ketteler vs Rogan Mandamus Proceedings OKLAHOMA RUSH NOT IN IT. Applications For Nineteen Sections in West Tom Green and Sixty-four Sections in Irion Coun ty Filed Friday. Tho following telegram was re ceived in this city Inst Monday : Austin, Toxjib, Juno 0, 1002. Judge B. W. Rimes: Supreme court holds with us. Let your people go on their laud fit once. W. M. Walton. Tho forogoing refers to tho Kettlor vs. Rogan mnndiimus action, in which tho applicant Bought to have tho commissioner pf the General Land Oflico com pelled to soil him somo land as an nctual settlor, tho land in con troversy alleged to bo held under what is called n "lap" leabe. Thoro is said to bo quito a quantity of land in tho stato so held and tho decision invalidates such leases and leaves tho land open to purchase and settlement. It is quito apparent that but for this decision and no romedial le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

T ; f i . Z See My Stock, Before Buying a AettcH. Only the most reliable cases and 2J movements sold by rff 0 Fine Rcpnirina and U j Engraving. &! 4& Local Watch Insncctor for G. -Cano seed at less than cost Eawls, Sigman & Co. D. G. Prico, of Lampasas, is in tho city on business' FOUND-A watch fob. Call at PnEss ofllco, describe and pay for notice. 0. E Hudson, of the Winkler & Hudson Co., loft for Dallas Friday, on business, to bo gone a couple of weeks. -Seo my lino of Surries, Phae tons and Buggies before buying. Low prico for high grado goods will do tho rest. E. L. McAlpino. Dr. Finley, of Monardville, and Contractor E. A. "Walls, of Ozona, aro among thoso who re cently purchusod gaBoliue auto bikes from Hagelstein. Philip J. Millspaugh, nephew of J. L., is hero on a visit with his wifo. P. J. is a San Angelo old-timor and we're all glad to seo him again. Ho represents tho "Waters Pierco Oil Co., at El Paso. -Tho following parties havo re contly purchased Fairb...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 11 June 1902

r) rv-. i IV t H L) If ' H 5" r Hi Opart Day and Night ...Everything Water In fftgMMi4r nppm0rp Landon Hotel $ rt irmrfswt :L l Restaurant in Connection. EuT0)ldIl J Flub, Ovitcni and J Menin SAa, Brcclnl Plan. i HuomAVsanubuucniii. JRffi. 1 Now Furniture arriving at E. W. Boby'B. J. M. Watson, and daughter, of middle Conclio, were in the city Jnut week. F M. Ellis, a Concho county ranchman, had business in San Angelo last Thursday. Go to J. R. Gilbort & Co. for refill vegetables. New Btock every morning, phono 170. You get a four years' State Cer tificate with a ten per cent less average by attending tho Kobert Jjee State Summer Normal. Hon. W. II. Blanks, county judge of Irion county, waB in the city Inst week and made The JPjiebs an appreciated visit. Frank W. Koberts the Sher wood merchant, was in the city Jnst Thursday en route to St. Louis. Mrs. Roberts and tho children are visiting at the home of Sam Pollock during his ab- H. V. Schintz, tho Robert Lee druggist, and "baby...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

Ungeto 7 redd V '.! 'A m 1 VOL 6, NO. 24. Sai) Ai)gelq Wafcioi)) J3ai)k San AhrcIo, Texas. Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits Offers to Depositors all the accommodations which their balances, business and responsibility justify. M.L. MERTZ, Phes.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Phes., R. A. HALL, Cashieh. Wood! Wood! At Low Prices. lod, per cord $4.00 S 'cd blocks for heaters ocr cord (4.60 Sawed and split for cooklnp stoves, per cord (5.00 Wc givo Rood measure. Yard phone 105, at Terry, b ' gin. TERRY & NEESNITH. Mi( J.R.Gilbert&E Groceries, Grain and Hay, Glassware, Enanv clcdwarc, Quccnswarc, and Racket Goods. Phono 170 smrnrnmnimmimnmrnK w00DYftRD. Cord Wood, 3 SS Uord Wood Sawud Es E Cord Wood Sawed s gs and Split. 3 S Call up phone 19, ! 6. H. RUST. r Leon Licardie. RESTAURANT, Open Day aud Night. Oy6ters and Chili always on hand. MeBls 25d Two doors above Press Office. ia i Fruit Trees I am soliciting orders for F. T. Ramsey's Nursery, Austin. Texas and can fur nish ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

Siwittitf, jae: sr.jrraw ymmrwr v -.' gal.AtWwl fc.T? i J.W. m'M' ' ft'. w ?SB :-l H hit I r . r P: .? 1 I s l i. k r W h The Press. Itiutd wtdnttday Mornlnai. orriCE: Chadbourn 8trt oppoilta May Building. P. 15. TltULY, Ifclltor and I'rop. Follx I'rolmtHlt ABHOdato ISdltor A. A. Wynne Poroman Mechanical Dopar't HubHcrlptton, Ior Year, $1,50. Proportionate for Shorter tormi. ADVERTISING RATES: Trnnslrnt advortlnctnontfl, display per inch, oacl liiBortlon 2G cento. Tlmo contracts, display each Inflortlon per Inch 15 'ntH. Local notlcos loss tlrnn 100 linos, per lino, oacli Insortlon B cents. No DUcounU. No Comnilwlons. Circulation and quality considered, thoso rates aro as low as they can practically bo mado and will bo ad hered to Btrlctly. SAN ANOKLO, TEX., JUNK 18. 1002 Tho Btato convontion of tlio prohibition party Iihb boon culled to moot at Dallas on July 4th. A strangor walked into tho clork'fl ofiico tlio othor day and wanted to know if thoy could toll him anything about "col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

fir Wo have again put on the mar ket our now famouB Concho Mosquito Lotion. It keeps away the mosquitoes, as innny will testify, who usod it last summer. Wo gunrantee every bottlo. Money refunded if not satisfactory. PRICE 25 CTS. ' " For Sale Onlv at the Concho Drug Store San Angelo. Texas STATUS OF LAMEASES. Opinion of the Attorney General as to the Effect of the Kctner Decision. Austin, Tex., June 14. Tho following important opinion on tho effect of the Supremo Court's decision in tho Ketner case was rondored to-day by the Attorney General'B department : Dear Sir: Wo are in receipt of yours of the 10th instant, which is as follows : "I am receiving numerous in quiries with regard to tho effect of tho decision of tho Supremo Court in tho Ketner case, which holds that tno Commissioner could not consolidate into one lease whore one party had several leases. I will thank you for your opinion upon the following : "If A leased from tho State ten sections of land in July, 1890, for a pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

gfMKmgBBfBUgSGHnBSO ajtUGfefe iflyNPBr&W'v -yv K"t ,-"V f'-rfer ' --- - r-vV;; .'- "v v--w Ar'?wm.4 vxf , - VT ' -. -, , rIMBfireF, Vt3 ft'", '' ( ) ' P W ' tf. ...I..II. Ill.l I I! ,11 Ill III I I II I I '" r; ft 1 , ' ,f( T1U ff7 . Statement of Congressional Raco In i . li ( T ' m i :i h- j BE v , '..):', . WM. rJNA!MMMtfffWBIMSHHMSS9HMM m -. - r. jj HYMFNFAI om j ' ' IN8THU0TKD KOB BMITII. iMMUFilk MVj fc 'P flUJMWf . Uiud Wtdntidoy Morntnai' Andrnwn 1 votes ElfvMrk m ' OFFICE! Chodbournt Strtat oppoilt. ADUrOWB 1 V0C0S ISj.VV ' El MayiDutiding. uoruon i nHOiiMM Orano I ' va9HvJPt?triri H .- Crosby 1 " WWwwSvMMt. M P. E. TKUIjY, lSdltor ond I'rop. Co(Jjirn j i "rTOrti H-, ' ' Follx Prolmndt AbhocUUo Editor Coke I " MW .BILJr (, A. A. Wynne Poromnn Mochanleal Dopar't P"0"', ,, f0S9 . i' ll'Hf1Mnlll J - - -" r t m . m ' !' JMOUIIl ! I M' t ------------ Wjnt.n- 1 li r2.?r ." i :: ne wiiiid aaooies Mr-, " Garza 1 JW. rr l .11 o (I I L' i AninroncmTr: DATT75. .tiaHKOU II l.. .1.I....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

mem hH: Wfi . i nmtKltB&t . ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Press 1b authorized to an nounce tho following candidates. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL. For State Senate, JNO. J.RHODES. For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona. For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON. of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Judge, 1ILTON MAYS. For Countv and District Clerk, ED DUGOAN. For County Treasurer, JNO. I.HUFFMAN. For ShorllT and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN. For County Attorney, DAVID A. OAUT. For Animal and Hide Inspector, J. W. LAWHON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner, Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT. For Justlco of tho Peace, Prec. No. M. O. DAVIS. For Constablo, Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNYAN. Sana Fe Excursion Racs. Macon, Ga., Annual Meeting Farmors' National Congress, Oc tober 7th to 10th, limit October 15th. Rate, one standard first class limited fare for the round trip. Atlanta, Ga., Negro Young Peoples' Christian and Educa tional Congress, August O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

WAKUSS & m ; y , 4T?" . K lb cs : imMmB 3 RENT IN . Republican Party of Tom Green Split from A to Izzard. POST OFFICE BONE OF CONTENTION Republican Mass Meeting at Court House Monday Sets Another Organization Afloat on the Political Sea. CULBERSONS'S ENDORSEMENT WITHDRAWN By Executive Committee and the Blanchard, BLANCHARD ENDORSED. REPUBLICAN COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHDRAWS ITS INDORSEMENT OF CULBERTSON. TJio Press recoived the follow ing in Monday moming'H mail. Although informal, us appears, it js presumed to bo authoritative, as it came in an onvolopo on which TVW8 printed tho return curd of the "Republican County Executive Committeo, of San Angolo, Tox- ab:" In doforonco to tho oxproBBud beliof of a majority of the repub lican patrons of tho San Angela JiOBt oilico that tho interests of pub ic eervico will bo hotter Borved by tho retention in office of tho pres ont incumbent, iind in furthor doforonco to tho written requcBt of said republicans that this Com mitteo take...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

r 1 h -f r f it r J I spa w ' HYMENEAL. Montjjomery-Wear. At high noon on last Monday, as tho court house clock was strik ing that hour, tho organ at tho Episcopal church penlod forth, and Mr. Finger's quartette, MisB Ila Ruth Hasaard, Miss Maude Wolls, Judge A. R. Burgees and Mr. Ed Wolff sang tho hymn, "Tho Voice that Breathed o'or Edon." Thon Miss Mary Bland Millspatigh, tho pretty maid of honor, who was hewitchingly at tirod in a beautiful pink embroid ered moussolino, accompanied by Mr. B. 0. Aloxaudor, best man, came up the aisle, followod by tho brido. the popular society favorite, Miss Mary L. Montgom ery, who was a vision or loveliness nrravod in an elaborato white or gandie, tastefully trimmed in ribbon and applique, and accom panied by tho groom, Mr. Fred erick Wear. Groom and best man woro tho "regulation," and a striking and fair picture tho bridal party mado as they stood boforo the roctor, Rev. Francis R. Starr. Tho coromony thon pro ceeded, and during its prog ress t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 18 June 1902

ELK 4 I A ' 1c 1 a- ii- 'vlf . ill a j I I n 11'; 5 I' i ; ; ij ; i - jti:mm:cM.LMuiii.MM. km-..i4a. Opan Day and Night. Everything Water Id t imm rrr rr London Hotel t VW rtW 0gmnt hft Restaurant in Connection. Flh, Oyftlcrn And (lame of all kinds In eaion European Plan. s Menu zivas bprcini JHS. V ... ... Uftkfili1lt11ti 0 U. D. C. Memorial Exercises. At 4 o'clock Tuesday, June Orl, the U. D. 0. hold services to cominemornte the birth of Jeffor ieon Davis, und to placo thoir tribute of flowers on the graves of the Confederate dead. Tho Cum berland Presbytorinn church had been fittingly decorated with pot plants and Confederate Auks. Here the following program was 7endercd : Praiso God. Invocation Rev. A. L. Barr. Quartette A Tear for the Com jndes. Recitation Trio Set tho Flag on Thoir Graves. Reading Lines from Father Ryan. Tenting To-night on tho Old Camp Ground. Address Rev. F. R. Starr. Benediction Rov. A. L. Burr. Special mention must bo made of Mrs. Walter Robinson, tho ewce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

.c H ri v At a ?' & VOL 6, NO, 25. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1902. Entered In the Snn AngcloPostomcens ScoomVclatH ranll mutter. fih ''A era? unaeo h i r if I SSSe Sai) Ai)geiojKtei)3i J3aj)k San Angelo, Texas. Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits Oftors to Depositors nil tho accommodations which their balances, business and responsibility justify. M. L. MERTZ, Pres.. OHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Piies., R. A. HALL, Cashier. Wood! Wood! At Low Prices. Wood, per cord 84.00 Sawed blocks for heaters per cord $4. GO Sawed and split for cooking stoves, per cord $5.00 Wo glvo good measure Yard phono 105, at Terry, 8 gin. TERRY S NCESNITH. AvAAvA'W'Vl J.R.Gilbert&E ? Ja il" w it 4 Groceries, Grain and Hay, Glassware, Enanv elcdwarc, Quecnsware, and Racket Goods. Phone 170 4?aa3ran gjmmmmmmtnmmmmK 1 WOOD YARD. 1 Cord Wood, 3 Uord Wood Sawud, 3 ES Cord Wood Sawed s SS: and Split. 3 5 Call up phone 19, z 6. H. RUST. 1 Tiuiuiimmiummmimmii: Leon Licardie,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

& RfrKi I J .?.. im. J I I litued venttday 7Aornlno' OFFICE: Chadbourne Stratt oppolt May Dulldlno. P. K. TltUbY, Ifclltor and I'rop. Follx L'rolmtiut Associate) HUitor A. A. Wynno Foreman Mochonlcal Dopar't HttliHcrlption, Por Your, $1,50. Proportionate for Shorter tormi. SAN ANGELO, TUX., JUNK 25. 1002 It is roportod that tlio Kid King Alfonso of Spain lifts informed his ma that ho wantn to marry, and that tho King's ma haH roqucstod tho Popo to Holoct tho hoy a wife So wo may reasonable oxpoot a marringo in highlifo soon That was a strango proceeding in Now York tho otlior day callod a "democratic lovo feast," by Homo. (JrovorOlovolandand David V Hill harmonized, what tlioy had to liarmonizo doponont Bayeth not. Tho Press ih of tho opinion that noithor Grovor nor David U should ho pormittod in tho domo oratio ico cream parlor until thoy liavo shown tho proporcontritonoss of spirit by washing (JibIiob in tho kitchon. An Editorial Trnnco. Our heart hwoIIh up with grati tudo and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

"ff". wtKr; v- Atn" ! r i &.' iFsr. 1 ..f " '--. i ,!fl!"' ""- porit Suffer ..Use.. . Prickly Heat Polvder Cures prickly heat, chafes. Wo mako this powder, using only the purest Ingredients that can be bought, ft will not Injure the most delicate skin, but is cool Ine and refreshing. Ebery Vox Guaranteed. 25c a Box. Prepared and Sold by the... Concho Drug Store San Ancdo, Texas. -Lots of barbed wire now at Findlator's. -Cane scod at leBB than cost, Rawls, Sigman & Co. J. N. McLeod, the jovial stock man of MileB, was in the city Monday. Corbin Adams is selling cloth ing and haberdashery at L Schwartz & Co's. -Hides! Hides 1 Hides 1 Rawls, Sigman & Co. aro the people that pay the best prices. Mies RoBsie Edo left Sunday to visit at Now Brannfols and Seguin and will remain until nbout October 1. S. S. McCrary, the prairie dog exterminator; was in the city Monday, having completed anoth er 10,000 acre contract. MissWillio Carroll, who has been a valuable member of the sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

o!wSHB5P3&?fJi ' kW' h rsv ,v k n " f i its L ?- ftR'-' If IS I V IB !? " B' i I'M 3. sir: I" ' ' " , : The Press, ttSlBH-R KKfetf' r " ' ' ' ' ii m H(i3 K Utucd W0ctntday Mornlnfli. ffBMffft Kg OFFICE; Chadbourna Street oppoilta IBE?, 'S- Mays Building, sflRfc si, i t WmflKr It " """ - - 1. J3. TRULY, l.dltor nnd i.ro. I?ollx L'robuiKlt AhhocIiUo Editor A. A. Wynno foreman Mechanical Dcpar't HubMorlptlntit lor Year, $1,00. Proportionate for Shorter term. ADVERTISING RATES t Transient advertisements, display per inch, each Insertion cents. Tlmo contracts, display oacli Insertion per men iu cents. Local notices loss tlian 100 linos, per lino, oacli Insertion a cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and nuality consldorod theso rates are as low as they can practically bo made and will bo ad- licrcu to strictly. SAN ANCJKLO, Tl.X., JUNE 25, 1002 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Loaves 4,00 p. m LOOAL Arrives 5:15 p. in. Loiivcb 8:20 a. m ruiiijaiiRn'H noti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

im s- t ' : vv '! -'. '' " ' X - . A1NTNOUNCEMENTS. T 1 ' Tho Press la authorized to nounco the following candidates. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL. on- For Stato Senate, JNO. J.RHODES. For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona, For District Attorney 51 Judlclnl District, W. A. ANDERSON. oi Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Judge, MILTON MAYS. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN. For County Treasurer, JNO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, J. B. ALLEN. For County Attorney, DAVID A. GAUT. For Animal and Hide Inspector, J. W. LAWHON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner, Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT. For Justlco of tho Peace, Prec. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable, Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNYAN. Sana Fe Excursion Raes. Macon, Gii., Annual Meoting Farmers' National Congress, Oc tobor 7th to 10th, limit October 15th. Rato, ono standard first class limited faro for the round trip. Atlanta, Ga., Negro Young Peoples' Christian and Educa tional Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

m "K"m!tyf-f'Ur ,' "nr?Tr v !X9B0iHu9 " ii ii i - ir-.in . i '"''! iwifciw w mil ii "'7';i,'''''i'i"w'wiii nw juj. ( f V - If I 3i ' fr 1 - j i i r i ' i i ' ' r. II si. :ur x Mr. Wf 5?1 E.n?1' A i ' ii - j ' -. ' in. ! nw&& .1 f vT " ; "-"l SOCIAL. f L ) '' Anniversary Celebration, ' L Xlr nnrl Mru Hnlilirf. f'llrfni" nf Anniversary Celebration, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curtor of ber of tlieir friendB hud roBpond od to invitations and wore preB Ojit to join in a fitting commemo ration of the happy event that had brought joy und happiness i) tllOBO tWO llVOB. t U IIIITIlf IIIHI.I II I I't Illl II1I1VIIMIN U UIIIVIIIUV.H. . . occasions, Mr. and Mrs. Carter entortuinod royally and the eve ning wus characteriBtic of many interesting and pleasing features. Vn orchestra had been provided for the occasion and to thoHO who delighted in tho dance, Bweet strains of music were furnished as an inspiration, while others found enjoyment in an interest ing game of cards or a pleasant conversat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

rj . y-j V "tWWWg 4, OTHte ard and Joo "WUklns! PUro fchltot A0m,mmM rJoo"WnErnBi M TiHfri;a"f milliter. I 1 ' B M t 4. i. "Mn A. P.-Duggan ami -Miss Sarah Elizabeth Harral wore married at 1 :80 o'clock Wednes day aftornoon, Juno 5th, at the homo of the bride's undo, Mr. George W. Littleflold, at Austin. Immediately after tho wedding they took tho train for thoir fu ture homo at Stamford, Tho groom is a nephow of Capt. Ed. Duggan, our District and County clerk. Carawny-Allen. On Juno 15, 1002, at 8:80 o'clock, p. m., Hon. Gid Graham, county judge of Coko county, pronounced tho words that trans formed Miss Amelia Caraway and Mr. Hawley Cecil Allon into husband and wifo. Tho ceremony took place at tho homo of tho brido's parents in Ooko county, whoro quito a com pany of happy friends had gath ered to witnoss tho ovont, and all oarnestly pressed forward to ox- tond thoir congratulations and, best wishes for the future of this nowly married couple. With these, Tho Press and many per son...

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