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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 July 1902

nS5iSa R . I : ' ' The Press. Itued yjtdnttday Morntnat. OFFICE: Chadbournc Strict oppotlu Mays Dulldlng. I. 13. TRULY Kdltor ami Prop. Foltx 1'rouiunlt AHNOduto Editor A. A. Wynno Poromon Mochnnlcnl Dcpar't NubHcrlptlon L'or Year $150. Proportionate for Shorter tormt RAN ANGELO THX. JvhY 10 1002 ADVERTISING RATES: Tifinslcnt advertisements display per Inch ench Insertion 25 cents. 'I'l r contracts dlBplnyoach Insertion hit Inch 1G cents Lncnl notlcoi loss tban 100 linos per line oach Insertion 5 cents. No Discount!. No Commissions. Circulation nnd quality considered t' eo rates are as low as they can 1 radically Ikj mado and will bo ad- in ted to strictly. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. A rrlvos 1:20 a. m "Leaves 400 p. m LOCAL Ai-nvos 5:15 p. m. T.o-ivos 8:20 a.m. rilllMSIIKIt'H NOTI0H. Cards of Thanks Resolutions of Rospoct Obituaries and simil- ar "notices published in tho Piikss will bo charged for at regular nd- vpvI ising rates. Advertising for rhu vch school and charity bono...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 July 1902

KVt-SV -- '; wtr. I ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Press is authorized to nounco the folloirlnc candidates. an For Representative of 102 District. CLAUD HUDSPETH of Ozona. For District Attorney 61 Judicial District W. A. ANDERSON of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Juduo. MILTON MAYS. For County and District Clark. ED DUGOAN. For County Treasurer J NO. 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 Justice of the Peace Prec. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable Precinct no. 1 DICK RUN VAN. Magazine Material tn the Papon "The daily newspapers" said an Eastern magazine editor the other day "should suggest a lot of ideas to the short story writers. There is a tremendous demand for short storit that are dramatic terae and true to life and yet we can't seem to get them. I read the newspapers every day very carefully and scarcely a day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 July 1902

WIM'HUWJUBM SAN MNQELO WINS CUP. BARBECUE AT EDEN. THE AUTOMOBILE. ORIENT'S PROGRESS. KILLING OF BOB JONES. THE RECENT RAINS. liMBfiimf! 'jQ&W?11mb1 a." ft M -. fc'if ir i lW if $ -- k r '.0 " i. ft rM 0 r 4 Carries oft the Honors in Contest for "Team Cup Wilcox Makes Good Record. Tlio shoot of the West Texan Gun Club League took place at Lampasas Saturday and the at- tendance is eaid to have boon tho largest by L'fi pur cent over any conteHt hold in Texna this year. Considerable interest was mani- fested in the result by the people of San Angela on account of Mr. Albert Wilcox's entry in the con- test for tho championship medal and it was confidently expect- ed that ho would win the trophy notwithstanding the fact that Mr. Faurote tho professional was booked for the shoot. How- ever the medal was not put up owing to a disagreement Iwtweeu Faurote and three other gentle- man who were in a tie for its pos- session and the contest resolved itself into a one hundred shot for a purs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 July 1902

w .-. .- - . ... ..... H 1 . - Edith Notes. Edith Coke County Tex. July 11th' 1002. Editor Sau Angelo Press : Seeing no news from this part of the country of late I thought perhaps a few dots might not be out of place. We are needing rain very bad. Stock of all kinds are looking fine. Corn is almost a total failure. Cotton is bloom- ing on top do you sea if we don't get lots of rain soon the cotton crop will be slim. Mr. B. W. Bilbon caught a fish weighing 42 pounds. Mr. Andy McCloudon is putting up a blacksmith shop at our little town. Mr. T. J. Goss and B. L. Acre went to Angolo last week. Mr. J. Blantou left for Sau Angelo with a car load of fat cattlo from which point he in- tends to ship to Dallas. I notice thct the editor of the Rustler says it is vulgar to go to church without a coat on. Now Mr. Editor what figure does a coat cut in a sermon? "Our comfort is nothing compared with fashion" eh? What do we ?o to church for anyhow to istou or look? Wonder if it wouldn't be vulgar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 July 1902

lu'jg'iu.'ya Egg"1 ' KntHwmvfmm'ji wwy 'i'x 1 ...Everything Water In 5 nd Night a irrw Opan Day j Landon Hotel j ? ;. Restaurant in Connection. Finn OTktcn ami O.imn of nit UlnAi In season j European J Men U"A- Hm- Mrnlt 'itic Special Flan. t Itoomii.'&mdMuuntii. V ' JflS. lt'it1'ff'i'rUi(tii'i'i' NOTEETS -ww j By Matxl j 'WWA'WWAWA''WWlil "Tliorentij" said Emerson "wos sincerity itself and might fortify the convictions of prophets in the ethical Iiiwb by his holy living. It wiib an aflirmativo ex perience which refused to bo But Bsido. A truth-speukor lie capable of tho most deep and strict conversation ; a physician to the wounds ot any boui; a friend knowing not only tho secret of friendship but ulnioBt worshipped by those few persons who roeorted to him us their con- fessor and prophet and knew the deep value of his mind and great heart Ho thought that without religion or devotion of some kind nothing great was over accom- plished; and lie thought thut the bigoted sectarian ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

KMEWK"7 'g"HgSB 'T"-lllrWW'W!S ' fT' wrr CUf"' .y TT mtw jPredd. -ww VOL 6 NO 29. SAN ANGELO TOM GPEEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 23 1902. Entered In the Sun Angelo Post OMccm Second clntstnnll matter. mi A. J. BAKER 8c CO. Saij'Aijgelo Iafcioi)'! J3ai)k DANKERS ' rV . - .w. . - MoiMlS3HHMHHMMHBHK takaaBB'V " BMfBWMaiiaorffllirff 11"' ' y BwHyaHBWBMBBHSW i .vv "t' ' ' ' '""tr tb SAN ANGELO TEXAS. San Angelo Texas. Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits $100000.00 118339.40 Offers to Depositors all tho accommodations which their bnlances business and responsibility justify. M.L. MERTZ Pues.. 0HAS. W. HOBBS Vice Pkes. R. A. HALL Cashier. W' .STOCK NEWS. W. T. Cawley bought a car load of fat cowb in Coke county at $17 a' head. J. 0. Phillips of Coleman on tho St. Louis market last week sold 744 lb cows at $8.05. Harris Bros shipped 1800 steers bought recently fiom the bar S ranch to the territory Saturday. Dr. B. Lynn sold to Charley Blnndon 2 line horses and bought from him 18...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

!S F8118 " - - 'm.; . y .- -iSJ ""'"J;' r--- i. ' ! - I W?'" V r ' flWTrW"PW.;i! WWWWHflpBJpw ' "" - ff1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS.! IWI iM WeritiMiliiy MorrtpiM Amet t I'm.- nn. Ch.db.Mim8 Str. otyoflte Mas; Mention IlilllOli: P. E. TRULY Editor nml Proprietor. FELIX PKOBANDT AtiociMe Editor A A. Wynne Foreman Mechanical Dcpt SL'IlSCllll'TlON' HATES nnn Vnar. . . M V) Sir Month' 7V ' 1'OUf MflhtM M- Two Monttw. "Wo SAN ANGELO TEX. JULY 23. 1902. Tho tnxablc values of Sterling countv inereaed the past year $10.8(3(3. It was a hard year too tout the Concho Country must grow. ; Tho weather prophets continue Iwilh monotonous persistency to predict ''cold waves" and "warm waves." Wh.iit.wo all want is a "WET wave. Dam u wavo" with the juico squeezed out anyhow it'H no wave at all 1 Later: It is a wot wave. Texas Press Comments. Tho labor element wus strongly represented at tho Galveston stale convention Hooking plat- form expressions favorable to their interests. Gonzales In- quiror. A pity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

iKX Whttr "" I" '"1riA4igr "!fi . -t r ; r c f "i f; J-i lit' 'T i in-- Ifl' 1 111 '.iiiif-1. '" " fei C '" infill linn IWtMMMMWMMMOJ . ( J Babies Don't Cry From PricklyHcat if you use our Prickly Heat Pew dcr. An elegant preparation that gives almost immc diatc relief. Anti' septic and soothing. Try a 25 cent box Money returned if not satisfactory. C Concho Drug Store Son Anccloi Texas i -MnBou Fruit .Tnrs at Findla- ter's. J. D. Rawls was n pasaenger to Brownwood Monday afternoon. -See Roby's now line of wall paper before buying. V. D. Ake the Schleicher coun- ty stockman has been spending n few days in the city. I R. W. Wators of Shackelford county spent Monday in the city the guest of his cousin R. C. Waters. y -Mason Fruit Jars at Findla- ter's. J-Lowney's Oandies are theiinest made. Sole agency at Wootton's. ? ; Mies Blanche Marie Belle left Monday afternoon for an extended visit to St. Louis and points in Michigan. Fon Sale Hillis it Cunningham have two lots for sole at reaso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

hMM mmmmwt "..?. 1fylSfnpQz$mt .- . . .' ... 1 . T J - W "wnf .gwpf 'w "'lj-P -i - . - i i ' " THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Iwued Wcdncuduy Morning. Offlca of Pub- lication Chadbourno Btreet Opposite May lIulldlDif. Telephone 21. P. E. TIIULY Editor and Proprietor. TEUX PROBANDT. AiiocUte Editor. A A. Wynne Foreman Mechanical Dept HU1I90IUPT10N HATES: One Year II 0 Hlx Months 7So Four Months BO Two Months SSo SAN ANGELO TEX. JULY 23. 1002. ADVERTISING RATES: Tr jumlont advortlHcmunts display jior Inch cacti Insertion 25 cents. Tlmo contracts display onch Insertion per Inch IB ccntn. Local notices loss tlian 100 linos per lino oach Insertion 5 ccnti. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered thoso rates aro as low aH thoy can practically Iw inado and will bo ad- liorcil to strictly. pdiimbhkii'h notiok. Cards of ThatikB Resolutions of Respect Obituaries and simil ar nonces puiuiHiiou in mo i'hkhh will bo clmrirod for at rogular ad vertising ratos. Advertising for chur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

vmmm PWWM hZlSSSSf-m m;. i -.... .trf iVff: "T nSnff i' tM r MfcBMMlMBKiwyiwfcw'ZwfyyBBBBMW'''i"wiwwMi u$f !- - - - v 1 1 III pui JMflfl if jM ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Pncss la authorized to nounce tho following candidates. an- For Representative of 102 District CLAUD HUDSPETH of Oona. For District Attorney -51 Judicial District W. A. ANDERSON of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Countv Judge Milton mays. For County and District Clork 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. LAW HON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 A. S. GANTT. For Justice of tho Poace Proc. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNYAN. Austin Cunningham is a late addition to the sales force at tho Racket Store. W.T. Bishop of March Bro'B force has been taking his annual summer vacation. Dr. and Mrs. John Abo March contemplate a trip to the North iu the near...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

HHNPppGwW.i.-JiSMv 1$ u v wH!m - 'h"iiyiiiv'iwiti"iJiiij"iJ)i .11 . ' 9i rtwwf- TOn f TW04I0USESJURN. ' ! - Eft . t i Fliw Destroyed two ResldSnccB on fixortn siuc smuruny jmirmi. Uoth Were htsijred. . About 1 o'clock Saturday night the fire alarm was Bounded a rt'Hideuco buloiiging to W. b. Beard and occupied by Mr. Baker1 situated north of the railroad being hi flames. The origin of the lira is' unknown but it is thought to have started in the ball. The front part of the house wan not in ueo at the time Mr. Baker and family occupying only the back rooms. The flames Bpread rapidly and in a few min- utes the building had fallen in. The occupants succeeded in sav- ing about half of the household goods the other being a total loss to them as tlioy carried no insurance. The building was val- ued at $800 and was insured for mo. The cottage adjoining the Heard house belonging to J. 2s. Forquhur caught soon after the 11 ro broke out and wub also com- pletely destroyed. It was unoc- cupied...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

jt . .. . aEjfc. g yrW .-t.to.viiivJuJvlt w .nvt -r- - im7gmi.rf rwuw ' I U . : f AA ALy 4 W 7? 'TlKUULUUI.'' E'A''WWAAAa'WWAAvA'W Mrs. Ford Passes A way t . JUPITER PLUViUS. ? j rfij. Rain Ood Extends' 'Ills 'Sphere of ' Inllfiertce nnd-Emptlcs Ills Pletho- ric Juicy .Cornucopia. The country' safe! Put tlmt dowi ve skeptics for Men it's Up to Yots. Mrs. C.J. Ford died nt the i'ut that dowi. ye skeptics lor homo ofhor daughter. Mm. John "enn ye not discern th." signs of Cox in this city Sunday morning the times'. . nt 5 o'clock after nn illness Inst- Vn venlV "hven the way- BBounaMnBKnsiV I ing only n few dnys. Irs. 'Ford wos quite nn old Indv haying reached her eightieth year. Her remains were enrried to Comanche Sunday afternoon and interred in the cemetory nt thnt place Monday at 10 o'clock. Mr. John Cox and family and Ed Cox accompanied the remains to their last resting place. Death of Mrs. Sauls. Mrs. V. L. Sauls who came here from Durant I. T. about five weeks ago for her heal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 July 1902

& 'tid "T s- "" "-" -WTT'H-'.p'w.. .BT omninMW v jn" - mpimTfi''''mf''-i"rrT'f p. ' -win cji n.f IJIM AJViMfTWIJ1 'Wr'r' w--w .. Wr"1 HHHppppRWlpppppi RJIiPPlfipjfgjfPPP'r i k ml ... - i& HHl sWsW Mi WSS sis Slsilil I . . l51 pn 1 ...Everything New and Fint'CIass jj ! vk nd J Wntcr and Electric Lights SL - "Wl Nlaht. In Every Room. ; r iB? Yt t I a Fxr Landon 1FFcrui'i''''''''"t? :? Restaurant in Connection. nh Ovtcr nnd Onrae of nil kinds In senion Meal Bio Bmsulnl Dining lloom fur Ladles Ilootni US nnd 60 uentH. European Plan. JBS. S i I NOTELETS !jJJ C By Mabel . Within the noxt few weokH a discussion may iirieo in muny different quarters upon the mer- its and demerits of the recent Presbyterian creotl rovisal. Evory one known the insane bitterness of theological discussions and everyone loving peace and con- cord wishes to avoid polemics. Everyone knows and regrets that in the past by underhand and pettifogging methods rivors of the best blood in the world have been sot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

VOL 6. NO. 30. SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNT TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1902. Entered In the Snn Angelo Post omcc as Second-classmaU matter. iti Sai Ai)ge)o ISfafcioi)3) j3aik San Angelo Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits Offers to Depositors nil the accommodations which their balances bualnesa and responsibility justify. M. L. MERTZ Pres. OHAS. W. HOBJBS Vice Pkes. R. A. HALL Cashier. I I ...STOCK NEWS... j Tol Cawley bought two cars of fat cows from 0. L. JameB Inst Friday paying $17.50. W. E. Campbell delivered Inst week- to Dick Sellman 104 2 and 8-ycar old steers (about 25 8s) at $20 with 10 per cent cut at $10. Snn Saba News. Dr. Bascom Lynn shipped 54 head of horses to East Texas Fri- day. They were unloaded at Palestine and will be marketed at points in that pnrt of the stnte. Sam McKee brought in 250 head of 2-yoar old steers Friday night from his ranch in east Sutton for delivery on a sale made to Will Talbot the consideration being $18. G. L. James brought in 500 hen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

TTvr- f ' ) HftVT J BSE' V It1 if ' if if t I: i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. S : dresfl to armv officers directing & iMuod Wednevliiy Morning. Office of Pub- lication Cbadbouroo Street Opposite Mays IlulldlnK. Tclephono 211 P. E. TRULY Editor and Proprietor. TELIX PROBANDT Aiiodnte Editor. A A. Wynne. Foremen Mechanlce.1 Dept 8UU80HIPTION HATES' One Year.. II W. Six Months 75o Four Months . .BO Two Months . 2So SAN ANGELO TEX. JULY 30. 1902. Ono reason why San Angelo has tho beflt nowspapors in all Texas is bocnuflo tho pooplo take so much intoroflt in gotting tho news to tho reporters. Another ia San Angolo is a livo town and tho peoplo are history makers thoy mako nows and then boo that the papers got it. Aftor caBting 0000 ballots with- out a chango the congressional convention adjourned at Dublin to ro-convono at Cloburne on Soptombor 4th Tho Press hopes that Loo Riddlo will secure the nomination or that tho candi- dates will bo turnod loose to fight it out beforo tho people which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

isssssmsyss -ww-L:iar'.rMst:. v t - f - - -I - . i v'i'i$J$lJk i li'l'l" "" imirtn m It's Annoying O HAVE the bristles of your tooth brush to como out in your mouth and when a good price is paid for the brush there is no reason why you shouldn't get the best. Inferi- or brushes are made to so close- ly resemble the good one3 that it's nearly impossible to tell them apprt. We have a good brush for 25c which we guar- antee to give satisfaction. It's made especially for us with our name on it. Try one it costs you nothing if you are not satisfied. Concho Drug Store -Mason Fruit Jars at Findla- ter's. Mrs. C. A. Broome and children are visiting in Christoval. -See Roby's new line of wall paper before buying. 0. E. Hudson of Winkler it Hudson Co. leaves in a few days for tho Eastern markets. The commissioners court will convene Monday August 11th in regular quarterly session. For Sale HilliB& Cunningham have two lots for sale at reasona- ble prices near now colored Bap- tist church n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

BMgMKBHgflBpaMtMltoittfB. MMaMMflmyMMMMM V T ' iiriT i iMj flW KP'-t. - i '-vr":rj 5 '-' "v ' s-'7 "v"- l - - r . - ; - ; -" - "- VflS i ' ' i i i ii it' iK ' i ' 6 ( ! I ft ' -. i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. luued Wcdnctdoy Mornings. OOloo of Pub- lication Chndbourno Street Opposite Mays Dulldlnti. Telephone 211 P. E. TRULY Editor und Proprietor TELIX PROBANDT Asioclate Editor. A A. Wynne Foreman Mechanical Dept SUDSCIUPTIONniUTES: One Year 11.50; BlxMonttn TSo Four Month M Two Months . SSo SAN ANGELO TEX. JULY 30. 1902. ADVERTISING RATES t Transient lulvortlscmonta display per Inch ouch Insertion 25 cents. TImo contracts display onch Insertion per Inch 10 cents. Local notices less tkan 100 lino per lino onch Insertion 6 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered tbeso rates aro as low as they can S radically bo mado and will bo ad- ored to strictly. ronnanEu's notice. Cards of Thanka Resolutions of Respect Obituaries and simil- ar notices published in tlio P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

!& l V"r3' ?C k-tt. r AtU4. Hin wrifi m hi in wrf. JV. " !.... JUiAj. -J i . BTPTfiaa.SL i ' t isssssssssssW .BfeiBlftR "" it&ff BvaMHEPHMpj '-j?' fry . ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Press la authorized to an- nounce the following candidates. For Representative of 102 District CLAUD HUDSPETH of Ozona. For District Attornoy 51 Judicial District "W. A. ANDERSON. of Soaora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Judge MILTON MAYS. For County and District Clork ED DUGGAN. For County Treasurer JNO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector J. B. ALLEN. For County Attorney U tVVID 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 the Poaco Prec. No. M. O. DAVIS. For Constable Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNYAN. RAIUW AY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 400 p. in LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a.m. Howard Payne College AND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC BROYVNWOOB TEXAS GENERAL STATEMENT. Howard Payne C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

IBP m!m IS1 f J' V 1 I IB ' a III- iMrf J V tf jj SflNTft FE Were Lxpected Morning to Confer With Business Men. CATTLE QUESTION INVOLVED To Devise Means for Better Accommo- dations for Cattle Shipments From This Point. The officials of the Santa Fo system were expected to reach the city early this morning in response to an arrangement for a con- ference with business und stockmen looking to the provision for better shipping facilities that tho cattle interests of this territory may be handled with greater dispatch. It is highly probable that the company and shippers will come to some conclusion at this timo and the result of their visit will be watched with interest. Two propositions have been previously submitted by the railway officials but it is not known that they will have nny material bear- ing on this conference. One was to onlargo the grounds and pons in their present location and the other waB to move them further east and secure grounds for two or three pastures as has bee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 30 July 1902

saS" V 'v " t fovv'voVivVVAVVV'1 " -' -' ' - I 8 NECROLOGY." rfAtf'WAnAWArf' Carrie wife of Silas Izard July 10th. 0. L. son of Silas Izard July 28th 1002. Six feet under ground in Fair- mount cemetery lies a little cas- ket containing the tiny form of the infant son of Silas Izard. By his side sleeps the mother for the gates of life are the gates of death. Twelve days agoue she held the babo only to say fare- well. Now both are behind that black curtain that hides the arcana of the future and whose thickness no mortal eyes may penetrate; gone from the mystic past into the mystic future and in death's prosence hushed must be tho grief. Weep not for doath 'TIb but a fever stilled A pain Suppressed a fear at rest A solemn bopo fulfilled. The moonshlno on tho slumbering deep So scarcely caltnor wherefore weep Weep not for deathl Tho fount of tears Is sealed. Who knows how bright tho Inward light To those closed eyes revealed? Who Knows what holy light may fill Tho heart that seems so c...

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