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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 July 1902

i t ! t-r i r i I .. ' (If J '. r I I f S t fJH J Opan Day and Night. .Everything Water in ? IV1M1ifVftrilinl(VWll'1fflifflli'lMf1tftfl'l' . Landon Hotel n- European Plan. kfhitffai.l1ll ra1 rt.afvmfUbririlifmrkriff1aAtinAlffVtft(tl .VV-'VvVlV,A'Vl AAAJI N0TELETS, By Mabel In the year 1741, one known to fame iib Samuel Richardson, a book seller, wrote the first novel, Pnmohi, or Virtue Rewarded. "Thifl," Baid the author in his preface, "is a narrative which haB its foundation in truth, and at the Bttmo time that it ngreeably entertains by a varioty of curi ous and affecting incidents, is en tirely divested of all those images which, in too many pieces calcu lated for amusement only, tend to inflame the minds they should instruct." This is plainness itself. Sam uol Richardson, printer and cas ual writer, agreed with the divines that there was danger in the obBeuities of Mrs. Aphra Behn, and deadly dullness in much of Swift and Burko. His novel was a flower, fresh with the dew of orig...

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. — 6 August 1902

rVH 23 BTijSsS! T &W V IP' AMERICAN IN PRINCIPLE. DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS. SOUTHERN IN SENTIMENT. V ONLY $1.50 PER YEAR. anaeo an VOL 6, NO, 31, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1902. Entered In tho Sao Aniielol'ostomce m Scuond-classmall matter. Hwwii wtl 'Jf.toWSfflI I VD 0NLY 111 ! YEAR. W 1 , M : i tsma r t 'fjjjjgafcy m Sai) Anqfclo H4 San Ange Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits Offers to Depositor all the accommodations which their balances, business and responsibility justify. M. L. MERTZ, Pkes.. OHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pkes., R. A. HALL, Cashier. BILL TAYLOR CAPTURED. In Old Mexico. Hnd $15,000 Swag. Taken In Bcrmejlllo Hold Up. Bill Taylor who was charged with the hold-up of the train at Coleman Junction three yenrB ago and twice broke jail, first at Cole man and waB shot by Bud New man in Sutton county who he kill ed at the time, was afterwards tried and convicted and then es caped from the Brown wood jail, according to a dispatch from E...

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. — 6 August 1902

HMvTJ5vcro ? lnj .-V'-mV jV.4'. '",? !y """ ,,i"isn" 7 "?" "r ;, fr - r :v & i"1?' 11 ' IP IIP i mmmi y,, w mm . i I - n I iiii ,.,.,, .... -- ft, 3 KM Iff. -. ?! 1 1 1 1 ) ! 1, 5 ,t- ' .' f! If WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS BROOCHES CHAINS CHARMS Ml H. P. LEFFEL. Goods THcit You A7eint. Prices Tlifctt "Vou Ofctn't Beat Fine Repairing and Engraving. Watch Fobs Emblem Pins Cuff Buttons Solid Silverware Rich Cut Glass Plated Ware mi W mi li I E- L. McAL-PdNfE, LEADERSTAR WINDMILLS, I Horse Powers and Pumps Jacks, Leader Cook Stoves, 8 "Deering" Binders, Mowers and Rakes, 2 Sai) Ai)ge)oj Teas. e iinwMMW(iiowiwiM:iuMMoiuix) SAN ANGELO & TOM GREEN A Sltort nnd Truthful Narrative, Pic turing tltclr Resources and Possibilities. WKST TKXAS. Lund of inusqulto nnd prickly pour; Land of tliu o.onoladen iilr; Of uanon dcop, whoro aunllt cluam Hut rarely gilds tho limpid hircum Which nt ltd bottom calmly glided Upon Ub way to meet tho tides; Lund of tliu foroiit-slclrtud losi, Which borders on ...

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. — 6 August 1902

" ' " - 1 ! I A 1 ' GRANT LUMBER COMP'Y m. m Ma tfl rjy?) DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER And other Building Material, such as Shingles,;Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Cedar Posts, Etc. We are in position to make as close prices as any one and it is to your interests to submit your bills for our figures. COME AND SEE US. GRANT" LUMBER Co Opposite Court House, San Angelo. "" "WIM" '7 i San AnEelo and Tom Green County. (Continued From Second Page. ) furnishing never failing pastures for thousands of sheep, cnttlo nml horses that feed and fatten upon their wealth of verdure. Tho fruit and vegetables com mon to this climate all do well. Tho necessaries of life here are cheap. Tho climate mild and healthful. The lands reasonable in prico and unusually productive. Society excellent. Church and school privileges within reach of all. As the increase of population continues, new homes are in con stant demand. Why remain in a location giving small returns, when here one-half the labor now per...

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. — 6 August 1902

$t?J-- i -fi-'fmt &?$?, Hii " ....v- v S .IHf 4 i . 4 n 11? i .msp THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. iMUcd Wcrtnosdny Morning. Offlco of Pub lication, Cliadliourno Street Opposite Mayi llulldlDK. Telephone III I P. E. TRULY, Edllor and Proprietor. FELIX PUOBANDT, Aisoclato Editor. A, A. Wynne, Foreman Mechanical Dept HUlIHOMPTlON' HATES OncYcnr.. .. 11.60. Hlx Montln. TVj Four Month . . W Two Month o SAN ANGELO, TEX. AUG fi. 1002. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertlm-im-iiu. display r Inch, oiiuli Insuitlon -) cent. Tlmo contriu'tt, 1Ihi1iiv n.r-l Insertion pur Inch ll fuiit-i. Local notices 1ij tlian 100 lines, por llnu, om;li Insertion 5 ccntf. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality eoniltlered, those rates aro as low in limy onn practically bo made and will bo ad hered to Htrletly. I'UllMSIIF.Il'fl NOTICE. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Bimil nr notices published in tlio Pmws will bo chanted for at regular iul- vortising rates. Advertising for chu...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 August 1902

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Pkess Is authorized to nounce the following candidates. an- For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona. For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, V. A. ANDERSON. of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Judge. MILTON MAYS. For County nnd District Clerk, ED DUGpAN. For County Treasurer, J NO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector J. B.ALLEN. For Couutv Attorney, DAVID A. OAUT. For Animal and Hide Inspector, J. W. LAWHON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner, Precinct No. A. S. GANTT. 1, For Justice of tho Peace, Prcc. No. M. O. DAVIS. For Constable, Precinct no. 1. DICK KUNYAN. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. m Leaves 4,00 p. in LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a.m. Howard raune College AND CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC, DROWNWOOD, TEXAS. GENERAL STATEMENT. Howard Payne College la an insti tution for the higher education of both young men and young womon on equal terms and under ChriBtlau In fluences. Wo Invito a caref...

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. — 6 August 1902

BWfffTffT3"!"!' iniii UiilHil i it iiii ii i iinirn " iiiiihiiiiiiiii linn mmmmiwi r T"T ' i , rtf". xr'-' T JOHN FINDLATER, JR., Htil Trl. ii nrii A MirnAM 0 A 'fl if n TTiu. LAiULWun a v.u. mm n 'irVi .1 ' L 1 ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MflTERIflL Sash, Doors, Blinds. hingles, moulding, Cement, Nails, Cedar Posts and Barbed Wire. n Angelo Dealers in ll'iji ISs w 4 US ?P w 1 vl III III cr l & vK ij I AND im not? jh 'Hi 9J2ST cs !v 1m B Sff ? ?pClJ 31 H San Angelo Texas JOlUI r W Hardware, Wiodijiills, PUmps, Cijlii)derSj Pipe, Casing and Well Supplies. m $ s INQUIRE of nny of our numerous customers tlio way to "money-saving" and thoy will promptly answer through this store. The way iB easy and the reward great. Here aro goods that will ploaso at prices that are reasonable There's a bargain at ovory turn. The whole stock of Groceries is a demonstration in high values. Each article an oxamplo of the right thing at tho right price, UV. S. MABSON. ! 7 7$ t&99 Mae0M PB08BaeB Interest...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 August 1902

- . . (tit rs. I I I '. ' K "?!l 1 Classified ?c zc x Advertisements, i It you want to soil, buy, trade rent, let or uxchango anything, make It known in these columns and thus so curowldespread publicity among those whom you seek to Interest, Actual and repeated results from The Proas prove- conclusively that It Is the irreat leading medium of publicity of Wert Texas. Hates " cents per line per in sertion with a minimum charge of 23c. rem SALE. FOR Sau: One Il-4 Jersey cow, froh In milk. Terms teascnablu. tf TL Tnnitv. Fo Sam:, Hksidknok. My phut on 1'astTwohiir avontto. Largo roomy place. L. C. Dui'iun:. A good job press, 8x12 sl?o. If von want a bargain write for prices. Tho Press, Snn Angolo, Texas. FOH SALE Second hand delivery wagon, In good order and condition, at a bargain npply at Silas II. Kccton's Grocery Stoic. tf FOlt SALE Gentle driving horse, bariiess and phaeton of tho lato Geo. Becker, to be seen at Dr. Cornicle's. "Will sell all together or separately. Fou Sam:, Rbs...

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. — 6 August 1902

i. Bunion with a minimum clmrjjoof iic. busine.-H Btieh sim lio ims merited this by tho domonstra .. ...r-lldelitv.- steadfastness Was thrown on tlu Wo bought it at a low tr. .in nur friends nntl c .vii )Oll Supplement to fy San (Xng,do press. Vol. 6, San Angclo, Texas, August 6, 1902. No, 31. m I 4 X-1 1 I 31 a' 3 3 ORIENT CONCESSIONS. Steamship Lines to be Established on Mexican Const for Both Coasting Trade and Ocean Traffic. Mnxinn fiil.v. Animal. Q A mn. ..j1 ......wv . cession nas neon granted to a. a. Stilwoll to establish a steamship somco on an oxtonsjvo scalo, em bracing both tho coasting trado and ocean traflic, botwoon Mexi can ports on tho Gulf of Califor nia and on tho Pacific coast, northward with American ports and southward with South Amer ican ports, and across tho Pacific ocean to the far East. Tho con cession is ample and gives the con cessionaire various privileges. Tho vessels will connect with the Kansas City, Moxico and Orient railway at tho port of Tapolobam...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 6 August 1902

7fMK r " r " " " " -o l . ? - . - - fe ) fSflWwip- T "ftf n'T -n- "rvjt - ;ilsr-5r5,PP'1fT SSHf? afwHt.- ri7?g?r"1 ," MWfpfipl tf J I Kj . opon Day and Ntteht. ...Everything Water Id LeincJom Hotel i iWinUUiiW'HiUiftiiiVVwi"nnnivi'viw r-----j s : European ? s FlMi, UTSlcra nna Flan. J HooiM25andMcci)t. Meamuna bnccini jns. rmWimmm BB" "" B" " " ---- - - " ," - - - " - SINGLE TAX VS SOCIALISM A Brief Statement of Difference. LETTER 1. Sir: Boforo touching upon my mnin thomo, for tho benefit of tlio writer, "Patriot," and hiB friends, and rolying upon my readers not to rush into any hysterical con cluBionB aB to my supposed ton deucy toward fire and blood, I will give a briof exposition of the main difference existing between the Single Tax Ideas and Social ism, ob remedies for social in equalities and discontent. One lays littlo stress upon a fair hoaring, because "smart" editors too often willfully cause misrepresentation by Bitch para graphs aB this, for instance : "When Henry Geor...

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. — 27 August 1902

r "$? M&Jimj jPredd VOL 6. NO, 34. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1902. Entered In the Snn Angelo Post Omce as Sccon(l-cln9smnll matter, ,. , "& If- i-ihiiii-B' ' t- inrtfc r iMiiiMinin -.-M , -,.M. BfVii nimwii no lniini i li ill mi uilnl nj ' km laiir mlln i mbuMipii ii' I i In n i i u.-s.. m i(iiiWiiiiIiii imtiimmuJilUKmWmWmmm9Wm ', It' it ea7? mm m Sai) Ai)gelo Nfafcioi)') paijk San Angelo, I Capital paid up fej Surplus and undivided profits , OITei'Hto Depositors r.ll the accommodations which their balances, business and responsilbillty ju-tlfy. m If M. L. MERTZ, Phes.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pkcs.. C R. A. HALL, ...STOCK NEWS... Mays Bros, and Jim Horsey shipped two cars of calves from mis piace jruiay. J. M. Cox shipped a car of I horVs and mules Thursday to . Smith county and went along to' dispose of them. , Ed Dozior, of Concho county, sold on the Kansas City market last week. 7(5 calves, lfti nounds. nt fl and 01!, 21551 pounds at $8.23. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 August 1902

v ' - I I ' l:: -x K -' K. . 1 ) THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. ImuciI Wcdticiulnjr Morning. Oflloe of 1'ub llcntlon, Uliudbourno Street, Opposite Mny llullclltiK. Tclcphuno III, P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor. TELIX PnOBANDT, Atioclato Edjtor. A, A. Wynne, Foreman Mechanical Dept HUIIHOIUI'TION IIATHH! Ono Venr, II.V); BU Monlln, "So Vour Montlu , )fi Two Munlhi, . . a SAN ANfiELO, TEX. AUO. 27, 1002. CoiiBpuo-c tho pistol totor. Post. Tho otlior timo it- "Conspuoz" Uio somebody else. Who is ho, nnyliow? Judging from his ver satility, "Conspuoz" may only bo mi itliiiH for Lowifl how about it? Fobs up I "ToLo" fair. Among tho now executive com mittee for Uio third supremo ju dicial diHtriolnro, . B. Stono, of Runnels, F. W. Kollis, of Sterl ing and T. 0. Wynn, of Tom Qroon. Government Lands In South Dakota. Another distribution of farnm on tho lottory plan in shortly to bo inndo by tho United States Govornmont. Ovor half a mil lion acres of fino funning lands in South Dakota, comprising ...

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. — 27 August 1902

'& -l 0 ...Ever Five Dollar for Three-Seventy? If offered gold coin at n bargain like Hint you would buy until you had no nioro cnsh to invest. We've got a scheme that's like that. It's our grent snle of Farr's $2.50 men's and women's shoes and low shoes qp for only liOiJ They uro as staplo and ns safe investment as $ gold coins. If you haven't bought a pair you ought to. We are closing out men's straw hats at, Choice (no matter the former price) for Winkler & Hudson Co. The Great Low Price Store of San Angelo. -Barbed wire. McAlpine. -R. M. Wright buys second hand furniture of all kinds. Jess Lewis was down from Stor ing county Saturday. J. H. Girvin, of Sheffield, was in the city Saturday. Mrs.,Dr. Mays was right sick last week, but is now considerably improved. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Ashford, of Sherwood, were in the city Mon day. Doputy Sheriff Terry and T. B. Norwood, a Ballingor dry goods man, spent Sunday in San An gelo. Mrs. It. P. Smith and little daughter went to Balli...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 August 1902

i&mwmh 'iStfl ffcc US ,IJ ! I' . 'I w WA . ; ,..; K THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. iMued Wednesday MorninKA. Offloo of I'ub llotlon, Chadbourno Btrcot, Opposite Mays Uulldlntf. Tolcphono 211. P. E. TRULY. Editor and Proprietor. FELIX PRODANDT, Aiioclote Editor. A, A. Wynne, Foreman Mechanical Dept flUIIBCItll'TlON HATES: One Year CI.R0; Six Month, Wo FourMontlu Mj Two Monlhi, . . .23a SANANGEL0.TEX. AUG. 27, 1002. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient advertisements, display per lncli, each Insertion 'Aj cents. Tlmo contrncls, display each Insoitlon pur Inch 10 centH. Local notices loss tVian 100 linos, per lino, each Insortlon 5 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, thcao rates aro as low as tliey can practically bo mado and will bo ad horcd to strictly. rUllUflHRH'H NOTIOK. Curds of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries unci simil ar notices published in tlio Pnnss will bo chargod for at regular ad vertising ratos. Advertising for church, school and chnri...

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. — 27 August 1902

f 30& KESg f,'j? ?' Z4 cqUWoAH. apR w $rf $ttVi C ffW &m - i i i"-' '! ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Press la authorized to an nounce tlio following candidates. For Representative of 102 Dlstrl t, CLAUD HUDSPETH. of Ozona. For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON, of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Count Judge. MILTON MAYS. For Countv anil District Clerk, ' ED DUGGAN. 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. LAW HON. 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. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 n. in Loaves 4,00 p. ui LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. m. Leaves 8:20 a. m Off again, on again, gono again tho automobile. -Tho latest in wall paper, com plete line just in. E. W. Roby. Win. Dooso and littlo grand son, David Smith, wont...

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. — 27 August 1902

iaKB3Sffl8ea?wt cvV 2$: v. vmt i,W, w rv- i ' M w l I' S- N r, , Business Education Tho mental vigor which porviiduH rummorclal af fairs, depends upon tho icsonrcos tho mind has to InvoHt. "If your education does not hnvo any direct lu ll n o n o o as discipline docn not servo as a pop feet iruldaneo for eon duct, It Is useless." Mahal. Your Brain Power In a part of youp Invest ment. Like overy otlir-r article of commerce, It miiHt ho polished to bIiI iii.1. Tho commorulal world domatidfi thinking, as well ad uettvo workers. Is Your Capital Invested wisely? Young man, Is your salary all you dcfllro that It should F)o? Havo you no hopo for promotion? Knter tho San Angolo Business and Academic Institute, and prepare voursolf for hiiHlncss ii h o f u 1 n oh a. Catalogue and rates free. Up fltalrs In Rngsdalo Building. Educate For Business- -Dnno "Go Dovils," J. Find lator, Jr. 0. E. Hudson is oxpectcd homo from tlio markets this weok. -Standard MoworB mid Rakes. J. Findliitor Jr. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 August 1902

jpF ?m0Hl&WKj&iir' rB,AWB jrfP T f - ' Jmi&i,'v rr -"'ll,l!iOyBfl - fiP k S- Firc Friday Night. Last Friday night fire broke out in mu rcsiueuco 01 Amort Probandt, north of tho railroad. Tlio dnningo included tho burning of fl liole in tho coiling and roof, and tho btozo wn8 promptly ex tinguished by neighbors. A lamp explosion caused tho fire. Tho loss amounted to about $50, fully covered by tho Ions agency. School Opening. The San Angelo Public Schools will open on Tuesday, tho 2nd day of September. Entrance ex aminations will bo held on Tues day and Wednesday mornings for thoso pupils who wore not present at tho final examinations in May. It is earnestly desired that as many pupils bo present to bo classified on tho above mornings as can possibly bo present. Chil dren who can not bo classed with some division of tho first grade already organized will not bo re ceived into tho school after tho second week in September until afterChristmas. Ohildron who can enter above ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 27 August 1902

Ml I lis ITjJM! 7W mi wy fcHsiiaa wrfgSSr . i 5aJ2 Angela Steam Laundry, TO OUH PATRONS: Tho comploto destruction of our Inmidry will in no wise cause any interruption whatever in our business. Our wagon is making its regular rounds and is subject to call as usual. Our Mr. Jackson has gone east to buy an ontiroly new and better plant which will bo shipped and in operation at tho earliest possible moment. In the mean time wo have made tomporary arrangoments with another laundry and our patrons will bo served promptly and satisfactorily as usual. Wo had not a cont of insurance and trust our friends will holp us all thoy can in tho way of patronage and payment of amounts due. OFFICE AT JOHN FREELAND'S, Phone 33, LETTERS OF TRAVEL. Interesting Communication Continu ing Description of Cloudcroft, by C. J. Finger. In the dim, cool woods, on a Jinzy morning, whon wo had all comfortably breakfasted, and were lazily enjoying tho balsamic perfumo which drifted on tho still air, wo woro shocke...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 September 1902

,r,.,j,,lt?. ;y5jr7- ".- -'. Sev ; js y Nfli ) ! ffnaeo PreM VOL 6, NO. 35, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1902. Entered In tho Bun A ntjelo l'oi oniac us Second-olakbinull matter. 1 JWBBzrJM "Jhean 1 Sai) Ai)gelo N(afcioi)l J3ai)k San Angelo, Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits Otters to Depositors nil the accommodations which their balances, business nnd responsibility justify. M. L. MBRTZ, Phes.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pkes.. g R. A. HALL, 0A8H1EK. Ja aw A vwVV STOCK NEWS. WWWWWW W. C. Gay, Jr. 1ms bought the W. O. K. Anderson stock cattle, about 100 head at p.t. L. 0. Dupree moved 250 head of horses last week to hiB "now possessions" in the 7D ranch, Irion county. Bob Taylor sold to a Mr. Jacobs of Bluffdalo, 825 8 and 4 year old steers for $80.00. Shipped from Talpa Friday evening. These cattle go to Bluffdale to go on feed. They are decidedly the host stuff that has been shipped from here this season. Talpa Eagle. Cnttlc Moving Scheme Won 't W...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 September 1902

mv y. - MVJ "H- ' K 1 l f' h , N kf . i m THE SAN ANGELO PRESS.: ImuciI Wrdnmdny Mornlntfs, Omco of Pub lication, Chadhourno Htrcet, Opposite May llulldlnK. Tulcpliutio 211 P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor. FELIX PROBANDT, Auoctatc Editor. A, A. Wynne, Foreman Mechanical Dept SUIlBOUII'TlON ItATKHi One Year,.. I.M): Six Mouth-. 7So FourMonlhi. . M TwuMontln. Wo SAN ANGELO, TEX. SEI'T. 3, 1002. A Timely Suggestion. It luiH l)('on suggested to Tho Press that it Commercial or Busi ness Men's club Im organized im mediately after tho disposition of the railroad proportion. Wo liourtilv concur in tiio suggestion and hope to boo such a movement inagui'atod. Tlioro if) no question but that San Angolo's business interests demand an organ izntion of this kind, and will materially stiller without Homo notion is taken, looking to a ooncontiation of ef fort h in tho upbuilding of tho city. Other towns linvo profited by or ganizing business clubs and no one will deny thnt (hey aro of inestimabl...

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