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

BHje" ,-, ,,-, ' A ' - " " ' '-: mmf&r' 1 i .a.-lW""", u if m H m I m I m WRECK Train Went Into Ditch Near Zephyr 25 INJURED Special Train Con veyed Wounded to Brownwood HOME PEOPLE SAFE List of San Angelo Passengers in the Wreck. Train Com pletely Demolished. The following parties from San Angelo are known to have been passengers, nil of whom escaped vithout injury. E A NIMITZ and family Dlt U WIGGINS TOM PALMER MR HOUGII Last night the west bound Santa Fo passenger train ran in to a washout near Zephyr, about 10 miles east of Brownwood and the entire train with the excep tion of a baggage car was ditch ed. About twenty-rive people were injured in the wreck, six or seven being seriously wound ed. Reports indicate that it was a most disastrous wreck and tho list of wounded may be larger than is now thought, and a num ber 6f tho injuries may result fatally. Full particulars were not ob tainable at time of going to press (i o'clock) this morning. The train is not expected to arriv...

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. — 3 September 1902

WTmriSmwtt rrtfff SZ1 i ? I ' ' r I t 1 : 4, 1 ISA Sob' V HP :if m 'r ' u '9 e lit mm i c H i CbLB-l i f 'Mm ha k ii mm lb WmM ' MnlBafll'' (mWmMik W mniHt -- mmm-' ; iz. WKkw ,: zz WmtW Bamm V " offlB L' ' Wm I- - imw if Xmm I imw! vI Urn a 1 I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A STAMPEDE FROM TEXAS ' . ' ' H! '. 0 luuril Wrilnnulmr Mnrnlnsn Offloc of Pub- A i 8 lloatlon, Chartliourno Btrcot, Opponlto May H ' ! , p DulldluK Toloptiono Ell H J it r " P. E. TRULY, Editor tind Proprietor. I TEL1X PRODANDT, Aroclate Editor. H , 'f A, A. Wynne, Toreman McchanlcM Dopt H. r b ' I One Year,. ft Ml Hlx Monthi H f, I'our Months . 60, Two Months j v - - & ;an ANnpin. tpx. ippt. i TSil !0 SAN ANGELO, TEX. SEPT. 3. ADVERTISING RATES: 'lVntiHlcnt ndvcrtlHPinotits I null, each Insci Hon.. dlsplft per 'J.'i ociiU. 'I'lmo contract, cllstiluyunuli Inpottlon jmr Inch 16 cuiUh. Looal notlcuH lots Uiiiti 100 linen, per llnu, oitcli lnt;i tlon ...5 cunts. No Discounts, No Commissions. Circulation an-1 quality c...

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. — 3 September 1902

?"& 7l? r wHB 1 . 1 ' " jP imim ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Press Is authorbed to an nounce tho following candidates. 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. Milton mays. For Countv anil District Clerk, ED DUGOAN. For County Treasurer. J NO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sherilt and Tax Collector J. B.ALLEN. For Countv Attorney. DAVID A. GAUT. For Animal and Hide Inspector, .1. W. LAWHON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner. Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT. For Justico of tho Peace, Prec. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable, Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNYAN. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. tu Loaves 4.00 p. in LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p.m. Loaves 8:20 a. m 0nj iwmn t 4 i Dr. S. C. Parsons Special Attention siven j to Diseases of Women. I Diseases of the Skin and Genlto-Urlnarr Orcans t 5 nmn TT n Tnoln. TtnlMlni. nv.r E1ni1. S later'i. 'ilooms 3 und 5. Phone 185....

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. — 3 September 1902

niEi 1 '5tk rr-r" , v ",'' H ti f i a ifflSm i '' Takine 4 s i"-'' FIRE SUBSCRIPTIONS. Prompt and Llhcrn! Response. La borers Paid and Plrcmcn and Com. panics to Receive Balance. Bolow nppenrs n list of monies collected for nceount of sub scrintions. taken in connection with tho destructive fire of Sun- dny, August 10. An impromptu niootiiiir of oitizoiis wns held on tho morning uftor tho fire, nbout 0 a. m., at which Judge Hill pre sided, and tho following commit tees wore appointed: Soliciting nnd collecting: J BTnylor, II 11 Ilnil, AD West, J W Lawhon, Lew Rust and Chris HngolHtein. Disbursing: J B Taylor, L L Fnrr, B B Hail. The expenses of searching for bodies and other incidentals hav ing been paid, tho disbursing committee decided to pay over tho remainder to tho tiro com panies ono half to bo divided among tho membership and tho other half to bo applied toward imnrovim: and adding to the fire fighting equipment: B B Hail $10, Taylor it John son 10, Jas L Malono, 2.50 Con tra...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 September 1902

ESSa VTjI . vv , K - ... - THr'rc rxhmm-a- -Li'ght repair work, J. M. Moody -New Funnturo arriving at E. W. Roby's. Judge T. C. Wynn tins returned from his journey to California. Frank Ritter, the Water Valley merchant, was in the city on business Monday. Dr. J. F. Riggs, the dentist, has returned from a professional visit to Robert Leo. Dr. and Mrs. John Abo March returned from their Eastern tour Monday morning. The force of workmen em ployed on the new bank building obsorved Labor Dny Monday, Mrs. II. C. Allen visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T Caraway,at Robert Lee, last week. -Livery and feed service for anything in this lino see or ring up C. A. Farqulmr, phono 100. R. A. Hall and littlo son wont down to Ballingor Saturday after noon and spoilt Sunday with rela tives in that city. Miss Eldowiso Peterson re turned Monday night from an extended visit to relatives in Bosque county. Mrs. Mary Deaton and daugh ter, Miss Jessie, loft Thursday for Waco to visit Mrs. Deaton s broth...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 September 1902

. A W--i J i ' ;-Jw T.'- -'v l?r ....- .TVS - i. . v-mtm. -. '.I 1 1 i' 1 fl 5aj2 Angelo Steam Laundry, TO or It PATRONS: Tin- complete destruction of our laundry will in no wise cause any interrupt ion whatever in our business. Our wagon is making its regular rounds nnd is subject to cull us usual. Our M r. Jackson linn gone east to buy an entirely new and bettor plant which will bo shipped and in operation at the earliest possible moment. In the moan time wo have made temporary arrangements with another laundry and our patrons will bo served promptly and satisfactorilly as usual. We had not a cent of insurance, and trust our friends will help us all they can in the way of patronage and payment of amounts due. Jamheth & Jacks OFFICE AT JOHN FREELAND'S, Phone 33. QUEER OCCUPATIONS. Uncle Snm" Provides Employment for Members of livery Trmlc nud Profession. Thero is hardly any kind of labor or knowledge that Uncle Sam cannot use. Possibly there iB not a single profession or oc cup...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 September 1902

.jjL i ' ,.n' J" "l"mit ?iT - mjF -- - tiS ' o ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 10, I902, Entered In the Snn Arixelo Post Offlee as Sccor.il-clnn. mall mutter. . ! HHH Ctngec J it QJ Ul VOL 6, NO. 36, "Bn Sai) Aijgelo Wafcioi)) J0ai)k San Angelo, es Capital paid up Surplus and undivided profits Offers to Depositora'all tho accommodations which their balances, business and responsibility justify. Jk M. L. MBRTZ, Phes.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Pncs., f R. A. HALL, Cashier. mmmt )S83 VSf FOR SALE. 2880 acres. 12 miles south of Colorado, Texas; 2500 acres of choice agricultural land, well watered by river and tanks. Three pastures 3 room house, &0 a.'rcs In cultivation. This is a Bargain For some man who wants a good stock farm. ?4.60 per acre; ?8,000 cash, balance 7 years time. L. E. Lasseter, Colorado, Texas. & STOCK NEWS. 'P i Mr. Tubbs of Sanco snipped two enrs of horses from this ploce to Leon county Friday. Ben C, Lee nnd Will Mays sold to . . Craig one car l...

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. — 10 September 1902

Py ; . - ( ".. NF !: rfA. '' t' r a I i ii REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The State Executive Committee Worked All Day Yesterday Hearing Contests. IT IS STRICTLY A Indicating Triumph of Hawley and the Shelving of Anti-Administa- tionist Lyon. Special To Tun San Anoei.o Pukss: Fort Worth, Texas, Sopt 0. The Panther City today is the Mocca to which have traveled tho pio pilgrims from all portions and utmost points of tho Lone Star stato. Tlioy are horo from tho Rod Rivor to tho Rio Grando, from Toxarkuna to El Paso and from all intormodiato points. "Pio" is tho motto, "pio" is tho watchword, "pio" is tho slogan and tho immortal words of Pat rick Henry havo boon adaptod to road "Givo mo pio or give mo doath." Even tho perfunctory talk of harmony is hushed' in tho scramblo, for tho moro uttoring of tho word would bo a discor dant noto that would grate harshly 'On ovory oar that iB pitched in tho key of pio and strained to catch, its faintest vibration. From 10 o'clock this morning until this ho...

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. — 10 September 1902

jfr I IT. TnHSiS i7y "" iffr-iL - . $ T M 7 1 1 "1 h ...For Sale By... Concho Drug Store San Angelo, Texas. LANDON'S REBUILDING. It Is now n "Cinch" and The Press Score's the Fulfillment of Another ' - Prophecy. "The Lundon will bo rebuilt I" This is what The Press said in its first issue niter the great fire and has repeated nnd reiterated several times since. Mr. Lnudon left tho city Sun dny, it is reported, for St. Louis, to buy a restuurnnt. outfit, it having previously been given out, thnt when negotintions nbout the $10,000 bonus had reached the point thnt justified it, he would make toaiporary arrangements to resume business. These nr rangemonts were to consist of opening a restaurant in the build ing now occupiod by R. A. Flnn ngan, who is to tnke tho building vncnted since the fire by A. D. White & Co. As to' the bonus matter, it was reported that it had progressed sufficiently yesterday to justify those having the matter in charge to wire Mr. Landon that they were read...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 September 1902

HHlTHinTTirj T ; "iif-y WTt.V . V.-' ,'', wrK htVi m-'-' i 1 1 --r l V '. I I , 1 fc i , 'I "'' tl ' ' ' ft. life THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Issued Wednesday Mornings, orttce of Pub lication. Chadlmurne Htrcct Opposite May llulldlni? Telephone 811. P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor. FELJX PROBANDT, Anoclnte Editor. HUHSCKII'TKIN HATCH Ono Vear, . II M Six Months TV Four Months. W, Two Months ?a SANANGELO.TEX. SEl'T 10.1002. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient (ulvcrtni,iw'ntt, ll8tln per Inch, enuh Itiwrtlon .' cent. TImu contrncta, riisplnv enoli Insurtlon par Inch 10 cents. Local notice lus tVnn 100 lines, pep lino, each Insertion 5 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation mil (imlit,v considered, tl.cso rates arc as low a thoy can practically 1m made and will bo ad hered to strictly. l'UlinSIIKU'H NOTICK. Cards of Tlumlcs, Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries nnd fliinil nr notices published in tlio Preps will bo clmrgp'l for nt regular ad vertising rates. Advertising for church, scho...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 September 1902

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho PRESS is authorized to nounce tho following candidates. an For Representative of 102 District, CL'AUD HUDSPETH,1 of Ozona. For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON, of Sonorn. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Judce. Fulton mays. For Countv and District Clerk, ED DUGGAN. For County Treasurer. JXO. 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 RUNYAN. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENQEP.. Arrives 1:20 a. tn Loaves 4.00 p. ui LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. in. Leaves 8:20 a. m rfefMifcrkmvi ' Dr. S. C. Parsons Special Attention eiven to Diseases of Women, Diseases of the Skin and Genlto-Urlnarv Organs Office: U. O. Taylor building, over Find latcr'ii. Rooms 3 nnd ft Phono 18V Office hours, v tu 12 unit 3 tu 4. C...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 September 1902

t. 41 I 1 .? 1 itaws OF THE ORIENT. ?ZZS?t , THE NEW JORDAN. ,7 1EH aijmiiv .--, - 1 UUtUl VtUUill U(iVA. Ml Western Union Telegraph Company Cloe Twenty-Five Year Agree ment Scattering Money. Under head Orient to Have Some Very Fancy Rolling Stock, the Topokft Capital Buys : "If the en gine which iH now undergoing the flnishing touches in the Santa Fo shops hero is unv indication, tho Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Railway is going to have some very Ho rolling Htoek. Orient engine No. 4, which was recently purchased from tho banta Ie, is now in tho hands of the painters, and ornamoiitatioiiB on it aro Crobably tho most olaborato that avo ever been turned out there. On tho tnnk of the ongino, in ad dition to the name of tho com pany, there ifl a very ornate de sign, consisting of tho Amnrican and Mexican flags, joined by a railroad track, running in a circu lar form. This is intended to typify tho union of tho two coun tries which will bo effected by tho building of tho road. It is...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 September 1902

T 'fi!' "JJWi 0 'V'" rf 4sj "'J jft-v V Vt. trA' 4tfM --r - w jn - MMMirihBitiiii nBSBK5flPflETQE3 NO INTEREST MANIFESTED' Call for Meeting at Club Rooms Falls to Receive a Response. Seven Present. Tho mass meeting, which was called for Monday at 4 o'clock, failed to materialize, the attond anco not being sufficiently largo to justify Col. Baker in calling it to order. At 4 o'clock Col. Bnker was the only one present. A little later Geo J. Bird and Willis Johnson ' arrived, and following thorn came J. B. Taylor. A. B. Loper and Mr. Monroe came to witness the proceedings, nnd at 4:87 Geo. Richardson arrived, which lium bor constituted the attendance. There seems to be no interest whatever in the proposition made by Col. Polk, and as the matter now stands, if a trailway is to "be provided tho railroad company will have to "put up''' tho funds for it. Dr. Hawos, the Sterling City ranchman, is in the city. -You can buy a good watch for little money, at H. D. Leffol's. It. M Wright sold ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 September 1902

ES2 - 'i . ijfMjmttoi "r ' ,.. Aiatfft M . .. ' W- ' , " ( ; ' '.' . . t -' A' . .,,. ,-.Hir .,,., , I ', h aWHMaMMMIHMIWWMMimtWHmMMMj Patron- Q0 TRANSFER LINB, f For the moving of Household Goods, I give my personal find beat entrusted to me nnd guarantee satisfaction. 99999 9999999 990W9Q1H9999B99H M 99Jt99999t LIBRARY MAKING. A Few Thoughts on the Subject, ns Compiled by C. J. Finger. A correspondent sends me the following clipping from the Hous ton Daily Post, in au envelope postmarked Dublin: HOOKS VK SHOl'M) HEAD. In the present age of cheap literature the tendency is to read scrappy bits rather than works of merit. There ore- books, good, bad and indifferent. Head rightly and you will readily discover the true bookB. We may have the will and the sense to choose our friends well, but the choice is practically limited to our sphere, restricting most, oi us to a narrow circle. Meanwhile, there is a society con tinually open to uh who con talk to ns in the best words U we will on...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 September 1902

1 i VOL 6. NO. 37, SAN ANGELA TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 17, 1902. Ilntcrcd In the Sun A nxelo I'o'm oraoe ns Si;cuii(!-c'us mall mutter, m V mMmj&mMt"m.mmM:fcmmm 3jf .. , ...,,,, r, nti .- ttr TK.I.1I. .,... fl....r. ?V I J iU.lj. MitUtili, lKES., VJllAO. VV. UUUJJ.-, !. n. rnri . Afci U. A. HALL, 2K 5a.o Angelo Nation San Aimelo, Capital paid up $fc Surplus and undivided profits &K. . J OlTui'btu Depositors nil tho accommodations which their balances, ifcj ' i..... i i ..n. in.. :..,if.. tV. uusiiilbb mm ruHiii9i uuib jiinuij . rvyi u i u i .k j yn r in i V'VW'V'WA vrVAa J V cta unnr ; 251UL1V WW 3. S L. C. Dupreo sold n oar of mures to A. W. Allen of East Texas, at p. t. Sonic of tho Haiti' ranch calves brought $10 p.;r head on the market, week before last. Doc Moss sold to a Louisiana party, for shipment to Alexander City, 5!9 head of inares at .fJL'.oU. 1!. F. Tnnkorsloy of Knickor hocker bought of J. T. Garrett Ml yearlings at $1-1, from J. V. Lin nin 1)...

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. — 17 September 1902

l$3TCEK9f ESSSsHBa fl "-- 3-Z w. i.y-,' K IB :(, . ' ,(. F.'' i i f'.V Ptf9 STILL THEY 60ME ! I . . . More New FURNITURE. The Huconcl cur of our stool: of stylish, up-todato furniture has arrived, mul every piccejshines liko a newly coinotl twonty dollar gold piece, just from th mint and ovory piece is as good, vnluo for viiluo. Wo can furnish all tastes, purses and requirements from those of the neat cottage to those of tho palatial residence. Come and seo for yourself at MRS. E, G. FITZGERALD'S, Former Kent Millinery Stand, IL SONORA'S BIG FIRE. Flames Destroyed About $75,000 Worth of Property Lost Friday Morninj? Insurance Small. Sonora suffered a sovoro loss by flro oarly Friday morning. About half pust five o'clock Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Horry woro driv ing through town, going out on a hunt, whon thoy discovered tho Mayllold Mercantile Go's business liouso was on Hro and iinmedi atoly gave the alarm Tho (Iro company responded promptly but hoforo tho water could bo turned on the bui...

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. — 17 September 1902

MMaaiaaBsgsBgMi "$. t' V;S 'ft y 3 We wairf to ask you about Your Shoe Bill, Isn't it a fact that it contributes more in proportion to j'our expense nccount than any other part of your wearing np pare'' D youimtime-3 have corn- and bunion? If so, the fault is in the shoes. Nature doftm't create these things, and the fact is you have been wearing shoes that are not made correctly. We Sell the World Famous Shoe, The Hamilton' Brown, Tho Largest Shoo Manufacturers in the World. There is a cause for them being tho largest. It is because they make the best shoes, and shoes that fit. You can save money, and your feet by using them. Thoy cost no more than inferior foot wear. LADIES WATCH US, This is a Bright Dongola upper, with light single sole, made of best onk tan solo leather, or welt solo ot same leather. It wears like a 2.00 shoe and but our price is only THE AMERICAN LADY SHOE. I3 made up in several stylos of leather, with tho up- to-date toes and heels, but tho most noted of this s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 September 1902

"""V. frW? && tiMC v .,? '- ; f '. ' ?r,r 4 , ,;, , :&" ' ; t 5 , i3?22 jr ' ... -' .-w. ui ,-.' 'j- . vxxavhVi 4- :vf-- .a- -a ,. . . i r-it rvrMHrTS .Vk 4xi. I- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Issued Wednesday Mornlnmt Onioc of 1Mb' llcatlon, Chndboiirno Btrcot, opposlto tony lIulMMiK. Telephone 211. P. E. TRULY, Editor nml Proprietor. FELIX PUOBANDT, AnoclMo Editor. BUIISRtltl'TION IMTI'.Ss One Year 11.60, Blx Months.. FourMontlu SO; Tiro Months, SAN ANtiELO, TEX. SEPT 17.1002. ADVERTISING RATES: Transient adVcrtiHOitwnt!, display per Inch, uiidi Insertion 2fl cents. Time contractu, display uaeh insertion per Inch 1C cents. Local notices loss tlmn 100 lines, pff line, ouch Insertion 5 cms. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation aril quality considered, theso rales are as low as they can practically ho nrndo and will bo ad bored to strictly. I'lMMBIIKITS NOTICE. of RoHjicct, Obituaries ntul Bimil nr notices publishod in tho Phi:bs will 1)0 charged for at-regular ad vertising ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 September 1902

as w drees lEfflSilj 52 Ji J.' VJELfcC vi.ti' tuu XAfi RBsro'W.TBr'WF'T'" .t-v "? Fwr-fiwwsP1 f.8. (&?,.$ '.? -muw' .,:I'T'A Cb ttM l I ' " '4y. aK.v.'i.M. f4l T?.f; "ir.v mmmhA r:m - ;r'i I -y rTOV'Tfc rffc fcM toT 1T ' '. F"4,' ' HI IllHlKili' iiM I II IHiMH Mil M'W nli I 4." "v , .a HKKTOiMBpV3XlHIHtra9'Vi ?LlXliWiuMDTiriTiIiO ML R. -4 wr?rvMSt'ISNHJHfc lUMtt GawnA.7VTVVt " ' -i"i -i,i '., if, h. '- I V ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho Pkess is authorized to nounco tho following candidates. nn For Representative of 102 DlstrLt, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of O.o n a. For District Attorney ul Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON', of 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 Countv 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. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 September 1902

im , , xj- Si ft wt & ,v m t-t I IV- J iff , i Br.., Pfl i rt lvfe'f 1H, J If J I-. fj m n LISTEN, LfDIESI r mnrnlv want to toll VOU tllilt I have a nioo lino Tpr of IiHADY-TO-WHAU HATS on oxliiliition and one 2&L of tho irottii"Jt assortments of FRENCH PATTERN and COPY HATS to display in a few days, and if you havo tho pronor regard for your own tamo ana 101 your pocket book, you will not fail to cnll nnd hoo my HIGH GRADE MILLINICRY before you purchase HIGH QUALITY, LOW PRICES: MV MOTTO MRS. G. MILLER, rfci OPPOSITE O&N I Kttb wnuurt Tnru. $ OYSTERS -IN AM. KTYins AT- PHILI PPI'S. Abort orders nnd rcKtilar menl ton livery Jblnu In oenson nnd tho best tho market nf ord nt nil times II I). I.ofVol, tho jeweler, left or Now Orleans yesterday. -Surreys, Buggies, Hacks and Wagons. 13, L. McAlpino. YoUr Groceri) Trade Will recoivo prompt at tention at my hands, and you will find tho prices just right. For good cigars don't pass mo up, as my stock of them is first class, fres...

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