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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 25 June 1902

EmS -ja , . . -fc- , .. ,,.,lWl prrrjjj-: J-v HMHHIIRaaPfP"MM"MSS&3afeBBSSSSSSSSS.. , - , - ri iiriTiiMa-irHiHrrTWTM 11 t mm 'w ' v "9 -,'-' -. "$ ' r r ."wwrwaEsr -' fa k: l?. ;t. :.'. IS d5- to ;t ir s F fr I m.. -Everything Water In C r rrt'4r&r.i Opon Day and Night. Landon Hotel trrMr w European j Flan. Fish. OvKtorR find Oitrno of nil kinds In nenwn. MenliWoj Snuclat Dining ltoom fur Ladles KoomsSftntmbQuchts... JAG. trrtfrWWW -- Notclciri. And at. Inst, after wandering for years, JBolutod in my idons, yot eoronu in Lho consciousncHs of being supported by Herbert Spen cer and llonry David Tiiorcau, I bavo happened upon two men holding similar views. Uoth are photographers. One is an un Icnowii, but happy man; thoothor is known to the initiated as F. DundasTodd, editor of the Photo Beacon and author of a brochure, en titlod ' ' What aro Wo Hero For? ' ' It puzzled mo a groat deal, to account for tho circumstance of two photographers sooing things as I do. Probably a cohe...

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. — 2 July 1902

We of an Ongetosrr 1 NO. 26. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1902. EB,cted,VeooSoiM""maita?MM Hl' I I. & G. N. FOR SAN ANGELO! HI . n Mw DANKERS, I TEXAS. 'St! Sai) Aijgelo lalioi) J3ai)k San Angelo, Texas. Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits $100,000.00 118,339.40 Offers to Depositors all tho accommodations which their balances, business and responsibility Justify. M. L. MERTZ, Pres.. OHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pres. R. A. HALL, Cashier. Classified x x zc Advertisements, i If you want to sell, buy, trade, rent, let or exchange anything, make It known In these columns and thus so curowldcspread puollclty among those whom you Beek to Interest. Actual and repeated results from Tho Press firovc conclusively that It Is tho great cadlng medium of publicity of West Texas. Hates 6 cents per lino per in sertion with a minimum charge of 15c. FOR SALE. A good job press, 8x12 size. If you want a bargain wrlto for prices. Tho Press, San Angolo, Texas. Fou Sale on...

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. — 2 July 1902

'BBMKKMPSffiSffiSHnflflEfpiMHMBW &&hi w K . , . K&3 i K rVi. W ' II a! ' 1 i ' i it 4 JH J.lBSIeS' 1 t Kmnmfi- WSr NEARLY DROWNED! WILL CUT OFF. I I ? e Mrs. J. V. Dean nnd Allssco Gertie Snyder and Claire Hall Saved Prom n Wntcry Grave. But for tho prosoiico of mind of Miss Birdio Dean, 0110 of our pop ular public school teachers and 11 charming daughter of Mr. nnd at. John W. Domi, Tho Press might luivo had to record tho Had death by drowning, on Inst Thurs day aftornoon, of several ladies. On that day Mrs John W. Dean nccompanied Mioses Oortrudo Snydor, Claire Hall, Bettio How oll and Birdio and Oln Dunn to a point on North Concho, about two miles above tho city, all bent on enjoying a refreshing dip in ino waters of that Btrenm. Mrs. Dean, with prudent caution, had "fathomed" tho varying depths of tho particular spot soleotod and pointed out tho places of dangorous wator, knowing the risks entailed by experience, hav ing savod, fiomo yoars ago, Miss Katie Veck (now M...

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. — 2 July 1902

(! zsu&x: 4, 1 t,jinh? jM lw.tU4fc lhinU"M'MW""WHNfc Dont Suffer ..Use.. Prickly Heat Tohder Cures prickly heat, chafes. We mnko this powder, uslnc only the purest Ingredients that can be bought. It will not Injure the moft delicate nkln, but Is cool lnur and iuf resiling. Ehery "Box Guaranteed. 25c a Box. Prepared and Sold by the... Concho Drug Store Son Angeloi Texas- Sayl How About Vour Patriotism? Friday will be the "Glorious Fourth, and I have a nico stock of Fire WorkH at prices that will tempt evea a stingy man to buy a few. Remember, You can get any thing else worth buying, besides Fire "Works, at Duebbleu's. BARBECUE AT ELDORADO. Great preparations are being made for the barbecue at Eldo rado on tho Fourth. Amuse ments of all kinds have been arranged and the festivities will conclude with a big ball at night McDanioPs string band will fur nish music for the occasion and young America will join their liberty loving fathers in a fitting celebration of this historical day....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 July 1902

gj!.y!j'ilffiEgW?rg..,Mffig7l 1 'em TliSiw ' ' mar- r. ir"' I., :ft v r i W ' IWT The Press. liiutd wnsday MornlnflS. OFFICE: Chadbournt Street oppotlte May Dulldlna. 1. 12. TRULY, Keillor mid I'ron. Felix Proband! AsHocliito Killtor A. A. Wynno foreman Mechanical Dcpar't Subscription, L'or Your, $1.50. Proportionate for Shorter tormi. SAN ANGELO, TKX., .Tur.Y 2, 1902 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, display per Inch, each Insertion 25 cents. Time contracts, display each Insertion par Inch H cents Local notlcos loss tWan 100 linos, per lino, oach Insertion 5 cents. No DUcounU. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, those ratos aro as low as they can practically Ihj mado and will bo ad liorcd to strictly. JRAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrlvos 1:20 a. m Loavos 4,00 p. m LOCAL Arrlvos 5:15 p.m. Loavos 8:20a. m. PUMiIHIIKU'B notice. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Rcspoct, Ol)ituarioB and simil ar noticoB published in tlio Pukhs will bo clmrgod for at regular ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 July 1902

?- ,- -tfcH wn ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Press is authorized to an nounce the following candidates. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL. ' For Stato 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. IILTON 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. LAWUON. 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 Fc Excursion Racs. Macon, Ga., Annual Meoting Farmers' National Congress, Oc tobor 7th to 10th, limit Octobor 15th. Rato, ono standard first class limited faro for tho round trip. Atlanta, Ga., Negro Young Peoples Christian and Educa tional Congress, August 0th to 11th. See agents for limit....

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. — 2 July 1902

H.-.Bf.'-TT EbEKjwKj ,3 -. JL... .1 KVMnEKnw. V.: w m u : l us H " 1 If I i 'Hi 1 ! im " 'JOE ' i r --SOCIAL--- Miss Howell's Party. Tho Iioubo of Mr. J. A. Uurns was the ficono of a pleasant social party on lust Thursday evening, givon by Mibb Rottio Howell, who provided a most enjoyable occa sion for tho entertainment of her guests. Vnrious amuBomonts were indulged in and thoso pres ent were delighted with tho even ing's enjoyment. Airs. Lylc Entertains. Mrs. A. T. Lylo entertained at her hospitable homo on lloauro- gard avonuo last Wednesday afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock, in honor of her neico, Miss Helen Murdock, of Fort Worth. A pumbor of yorng ladies wore pres ent and the time was most pleas antly spont, Mrs. Lylo proving herself an admirable hostess. A number of entortuining features woro provided, among which was an interesting ilowor guessing contest, tho prizo being won by Mibb Muu Ulack. Thoso In attendance woro MIbscb Helen Murdock, Charllo and .Tin mlo giarK, lsuza macK...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 2 July 1902

?C Ml MJ a . ,-s - fr i Ladies' Lisle Thread Vest?. Very fine lino assorted designs llslo thread vests, all sizes, sill: tape and nicely finished, woro 3,"o 0 c each, ledueed to ZOC A Sdlc of Notions. Talcum Powder tho 20c kind ioc Talcum Powder tho 10c kind 5c Envelopes, regularly 10c pk 5c Horn Hair Pins, per dozen 10c Fabcr Pencils, good grado, per dozen. ioc Ready Made Sheets. 81x00 torn and hommed stiBcet, 1 Inch hum, full size, made of good quality seamless sheeting, regularly 00c, July sale cr price, each OUC Curtain Poles and Fixtures. A II IcU line nf f.lllr fnnt trnml iinlna with fixtures to match, finished In oak ana white enamel, tho very thing for hanging those swIss and laco curtains, now on sale, inch loo nd IOC lk I I I THE CHURCHES. -HYMENEAL.' t all day July 4, Friday A Sale of Remnants. Remnants accumulate .'aster than wo can dlsposo of them. Wo have a number of short lenghts of Era brolderlos tho prlcos of which aro regarded as very low by lad Ins who 8co them. W...

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

BPgfefifci MlT-li!MftTft,--i EBR "fTw" ""P'T'IP' JKhniHiHVWEViVIVWfiKBflHUtfM ya!fv y?.' -t ... . ii j. m'i '") "k,; iiikiiii n nrt ir.Mnt nmlh .IIIII'I.IPH P" "H Hi IF' w I aRf K ;' ." V i-fcf Hftt l" .- pi 'i s?.1 - w . S ': SZ HP"- : 3.E ' 7m -Everything Water In g.a4.f ? cW4thr Landon Opan Day and Night. 5 Restaurant in Connection! ) CUrOPbdll fh, Ojitcrn nnrt Game of nil klndd In onon. 3 Meals 20! Special Pining Hoom for Ladle, p. J ltooms 2b ami M cents J '"' i JHS. C. LBNDON, Proprietor. it .frfrfrfr)ffrl NOTELETS, By Mbl 'W'WArfAWW'WWWl ..'yyud tho entire object of truo fiducfttion is to muko peoplo not meroly do tho right tilings, but enjoy tho rightthnigs not moroly industrious, but to lovo industry not moroly learned, but to l6vo knowledge not moroly pure, but Jo Jove purity not merely just, but to liungor nnd thirst after justice." Thus spenks John Kus kin in his lecture on Truilic, Crown of Wild Olives. I asked Leila to commit the paragraph to memory. The sumo thinker, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 9 July 1902

VOL 6, NO27i SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESbAY, JULY 9, 1902. E",ered,tthe I Sai) Aijgeta Wafcioi)') J3ai)k San Angelo, Texas. Capital paid up Surplus, and undivided profits Offers to Depositors all tho accommodations which their balances, business and responsibility justify. M.,L. MERTZ, Pre?.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pkes., R. A. HALL, Cashier. Classified ?e re x Advertisements, If you want to aell, buy,trado, rent, let or exchange anything, make It known in these columns and thus se curowldespread puoliclty among Vhpec whom you seek to Interest. Actual and repeated results from Tho Press prove conclusively 'that It Is-the treat leading medium of .publicity tf West Texas. Kates 5 cents por line por In sertion with a minimum, charge of lCc. FOR SALE.HJ. A Kood'job press, 8x12 size. If vou want a bargain write for prices. Tho Press, San Angelo, Texas. Fu Sale or Trade Good Osborne Binder, can bo seen at J. J. Black's blacksmith shop, near tno uaices street, North t-'oncho ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 9 July 1902

' 'lW"'jl'Wfc, .- ;-w (' AJ"-t- : ,i - ft. tf-J ,.'? i I ill Hi The Press. litutd wtctntiday Morning. OFFICE: Chadbournt Strttt oppatlti May Dulldlng. P. 13. TltULY, Editor and I'rop. Follx Probmidt AsHoclato Editor A. A. Wynne Poroman Mechanical Depar't .tiubHcrlptlon, Por Your, $1,50. Proportional! for Shortir tormt. .'SAN ANGELO, TEX., JULY 9, 1002 FENCES MUST 60. ALARMING REPORT. Remnant of Outlaw Gangs Threaten to Kill and Rob in Sonora. An nlnrming roporfc comos from Sonora, to tho offcct that tho romnant of a notorious gang of outlaws has throatonod to rob a biiBinoH8 Iioubo at that poiut and to kill an oflicor and woll known btiBinoBB man. Tho throat is said to havo boon Bont from tho Shofliold country. ' Tho amount of occupation tax es colloctod in Tom Greon county for tho year ending, April, 1002, was $5,108. Tho ontiro packing interest is to bo organized into a gigantic trust, with John D. Rookfoflor as tho central figure in tho financial part of tho concern. San Antonio ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 9 July 1902

IJjiJJJIPW"1 rwvmff .(t'fwWtBW!l.lWl '' 'I!' iiij,iHiijji!iN;iiirai '-," j 'ut1 ,' "-SJIWMMBMBMlMBBMBBBBfc i fr3B VWe have again put m tiho . imarket our now famoira.... Concho ,Mlosquito JUotion. Jt keejs away the moequitoa, ' as many will testify, who used it lasUsummor. Wo guarantoo every kottlo. Money refunded if not satisfactory, Pirlce 25c. ' lEor Stale Only at The Concho Drug Store Snn.Angeloi Texas- -iFroah candies, SIIob H. Keeton. County comt convened Mon day. S'-Biagost, Bast, Latest, Itoby's line -of wall paper. -Lots of baibed wire now at Findlater's. Gim Muecke, tho Crow's Nest stock farmer, .wae in the city Sat urday. Chadbourne St. ia busy from river to depot. Extein sells 5 and 10 goads. -Window Shades, good article at a low price. It. M. Wright's Furniture .Store. -Organs $10.00 and upward. Terms to euit purchasers.. It. M. Wright's Furniture Store. Go to J. JL Gilbert & Co. for fresh vegetables. New stock every morning, phone 170. Judge and Mis. J. N. Kellis, ...

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. — 9 July 1902

i V U I mm K ft &. Vi .- iP ' jo I Kill . uffS The Press, Itiutd wniday Mornings. OFFICE! Chadbournt Strtt oppotltt Mayt DulldlnOi 1 13. TItULY, Editor and I'rop. Follx Prolmndt AsHoclato Editor A. A. Wynne foreman Mochanlcal Depar't 8ul)Hcrlptloii, Ior Yoar, $1,50. Proporttonat for Shorttr term. 8AN ANGELO, TEX., JCI.Y 9, 1902 ADVERTISING RATES t Transient mlvcrtlsoinont), display per Inch, each Irmortlon 2a cents. Tlir i contracts, dlsplav ouch Insertion per Inch 10 cents. Local notices less than 100 linos, per lino, oach Insertion 5 cents. No Discount. No Commlulons. Circulation and quality considered, theso rates aro as low as they can nrac.tlcally lo mado and will ho ad hered to strictly. 'RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENOErt. Arrivos 1:20 a. m JLoavos 4.00 p. in LOCAL Arrivos 5:15 p. m. Loaves ." 8:20 a. m. TOIlMBIIKIl'S NOTICE. Cards of Tlmnkfl, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and simil nr notices published in tho Piiehs will bo charged for at regular ad vertising rutoB. Adv...

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. — 9 July 1902

VFTvrziW fWKr'"WW sf'ff ffffffffyfifi - r- y J A ,XW- EL j ' : . v ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Pbkss is authorized to nounco tho following candidates. For Congress, O. T. MAXWELL an. For Stato 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 NOIVUNEES. For County Judge. MILTON MAYS. For County and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN. For County Troasurer, JNO. I. HUFFMAN. For Shoriff 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 Justice of tho Peace, Prec. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable, Precinct no, 1. DICK RUNYAN. Sana Fe Excursion Racs. Macon, Ga., Annual Meeting Farmers' National Congress, Oc tober 7th to 10th, limit October 15th. Rate, one standard first claBS limited fare for the round trip. Atlanta, Ga., Negro Young Peoples' Ch...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 9 July 1902

"w .. j m. iiiHniiHHfiitnniifiniiiimHijmnnimiHiHnininiininin ICB CBBAM . . 1 Thla refrenhliiK compound is now rvt tho hlhost Btao of do ; mand, and It Is Important that it bo absolutely pure. Tho article S you get at Frcolnnd'b la unqualifiedly bo and you have the full j- guarantee of a responsible buBineoB man when you get It here. Every spoonful ib inado under my own personal and immediate 3 supervlnjon, and it Is all pure, wholesome, nourishing and re- fruBhiut;. ZZ My Refreshment Counter . , j Serves tho Latest and Host beverages and tho variety Is as ;; wide as human taste and preference differ. 3 Peerless Soda Water In pure, elenn. palatabl', rich, frajjrant and refrcshlnK. Only OS filtered and distilled water Is used in its manufacture. Specials: z Crab Cider, Oranijo and Celery Champagne, Klondike Fizz, Gin- S3 per Ale, Uolfast, Iron Duke, Peppo I'hate, f'hocolato Mist, Iron zSi I'hoBjihato, Afra Kola. 3 Sang Qura Sprudel Water From Mineral WolU Is recommended by physicians ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 9 July 1902

w (.A r JhJCV ""' 4P"W "7f T' ml'i!Wi?WTWWWrW ' "SK3? ' 4:;i ' i iMMMMmMMMMUBBMBBI f&fmsfirww'Y Cv '' v 't-.', " NT -7 spr TO .i&vt' f?si?' Sftrr vt ?l'ywpRw!E!353IHMlBsssssssssHfa',i ' '$.,! n f Our Great July Sale Goes Merrily On. Wc beg those of our patrons who went away Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, to excuse our inability to wait on them. The success if our July Sale is unparalclled in San Angelo merchant dising. Wc beg that they will come back on middlcof'thcweek dayswhcn there is not such a rush. This week we put out our stock of Muslin Underwear at July Sale prices. SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Our Muslin Undorwear reputation ia on onviablo one. Any lady knowing tho facts in the case will testify that our underwear prices are "very right" at all times. It's more the case than ever during this sale. Profits are sacrificed. GOWNS. Soft finish Muslin GownB, with yoke of tucks and embroidery inserting, with narrow ruflle at neck and on sleeves, full size, well mado garments...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 9 July 1902

Wo ? ' m '. i ; K. Everything f Water in fc Wj Nlaht. ,' t Leiriciori Hotel yiAii4iuuittjAAiAnnnn't(4iutf4iiutnnfrvviftruv4tf "mi ale Restaurant in Connection. Fifth, OTtcrn nml Clnmc o( nil hlndf In ienon. Metm a&ci Special UlnltiK ttuom fur Ladles. Itoums US bdq 50 uonu. UHB. O. LHNDON, Proprlotor. European Flan. -- 5 ...a.tritfltftflkkrKfltirkfilK(knfilrtOtltAfftrtVlrV11lJi NOTELETS, M By Mabl Rudyurd Kipling has perpetra ted another etory. Tho Cab Hint Walked by JJiniBolf, in his own wiiti I in t ut-trlfi It. ta tiitrurntMntiu UUll lit OVJ IV A V ID J WA 1UUE)J and pluutiiully besprinkled with flarchiUHiiiB, whilst tuo author's in dulgence in pleonasms, to my Blind, becomes as tiraeumo u lnu use of tho ollipsiB. 1 loBt faith in Kipling whon ho gloriod force in niiBoriiblo dogger el, but Kipling imitating tho mediaeval in funny Ho some times callB to mind the atupid nurso talking in babyish fushiou. Sollior, an authority upon the mind of the idiot, says that "a Bpecial charac...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 July 1902

-' r.-M . . . J? -y ft redd. VOL 6, NO. 28, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1902. Untcrci) In the San A neclo Post Offloe M Scconl-clfts mall mutter, . - -. SpfjH ti, ,; ekiiY.v.i ' l.sM: Vv ''swill T -:r $JM ' . ft 'T5 iffc-kfan Ungelo i ft 3 4 U Sai) Aijgelo Taijioi5) pai)k San Angelo, Texas. f Capital paid up H Surplus and undivided profits Oilers to Depositors nil the nccommodntlons which their balances, buBlncBB and responsibility justify. M. L. MEB7?Z, PnES.. OHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pkes.. t$v R. A. HALL, Cashier. THE MEETING CLOSES. Evuneellst Fitzgerald Finishes His Work In Snn Angelo and leaves for Urownwood. Tho Cumberland Presbyterian meeting conducted by Evangelist Fitzgerald, closed last Thursday night in tho midst of a most en thusiastic demonstration of in terest and at a time when it seem ed that the revival was just reach ing the point where greater . re sults could be accomplished. For twelve days Rev. Fitzger ald, with the hearty cooperation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 July 1902

aeT."a."y:4fe'Jat"flManM -T jeSS ww t H K'J .r Bfliid -l If.r w, t 9 The Press, IUJ3 wtdnciday Morning. bFFIcii Chadbourni 3trt opposite May Biilldlng, ti tit 4ltUAY, IMltOC r d l.roDf roiirf proimurtt Aoclnto'E(1Uoi! A. A. Ufrnno rorvian McchanIca Dopar., Bubscr;,,t0Ilf ior Year, $1,00. Proportionate for Shorter tormi SAN ANOELO, TKX., JyrY 10,1902 In (lie Interest of Public Health. 'I'ho committee on a State Biiiirt,' .of Jra,t,l Texan Stiito Mi-tiVi Associutioii, fins issued a "A iiImii for pi.ovtivo measures against consumpv.'0" nnd othoc deadly communicnWo diseases, and for a registration of vital statistics in Toxas." It deals ex tonsively with tho cntiHo loading to tho propugtaion of such disoas- oh as consuniptioii, typhoid fover, dipthoria, pnoumonia, and other deadly disoasoH, concluding that -"thoyaro comtminicablo, and can and should bo provontcd," and ncltlB that, "tho time has come when governors and legisla tors can no longer shut thoir eyes to tho fact that meas ure ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 July 1902

Mtw'wtfc'W ,-Wtf" i r T irv f iriT1'- " -j "' - r vT"Vn ,1 TX?JE:7WTS-V V JJTA --p -v qwiypjg 'Tw'2 I -a f 'IfflNHHH J i ;Vlorw&y Comes Back: U!l:fnn ara nnt :nis f.isfl with our pow derfor sweating feet it will stop burning and sweating after a few applications. For Sale Only at The Concho Drug Store San Aneeloi Texas- -Mason Fruit .Jara nt Find! ter's. -Remember The jacket Store sells the cheapest. Mrs. Silas H. Keeton is spend ing the week nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sims oil South Concho. -Mason Fruit Jars at Fiudla- Jater'e. Messrs Theo. Mattheison and John Miller of the Rowena coun try, spent Monday in the city, attending to business. -Remember The Racket Store sells the cheapest. D. S. Cunningham has tendered his resignation as County Com missioner of Coke county and will move to Dawson county shortly. -New Furniture arriving nt E. W. Roby'fS. Fruit Jars, cheapest in the town The Rocket Store. Claude Broom hns returned from tho Territory to see his lit tle boy, who ...

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