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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 September 1902

' "jH,rsc;'J"".'' ' -'v t ? .' T -W'"V - -' rt---. M:r,. '" "' --. . ,- . --" - -- '--v ' -"',f,""j(,'iMB ji4i441 -w iFaii 4 1 Fashions t it Wo will le pleased to have vmi eonsul.-r tin- a a per- sonal invitation to call nnd s tlif now styles whirh will be Y popular the coming season. Otir showing today is n coin- pleto as could he expected o parly in the fm-.n. winch ! will give you an opportunity to make your selection much. earlier than usual. .... . . T Our reputation for always showing the largest vnnjaj and the most, complete lines in every department, together with tlie newest anu mosi up-iu-umu n.-m ..,..-,, . ,.- ... assurance that our advance styles are the correct things in everv respect. In each and every department w-haye made . wonderful improvements. We have spared no ellort to get for our trade the choicest production" ot European and ,y American mills and our ready to-wear garments are the creations of the best known and justly celebrated tailor sums of Xow York Ult...

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. — 17 September 1902

- i m , iiriniiiii niii WW-.., Uf T MMMiraaM2 IP ; B'. Wf 1!" r fy i ro ? IK.! I Tio m s ft, I $ ft I m. , I i i a fl J Patron- Qa DfOke'S I TRANSFER LINE, I For the moving of Mercantile Freights, Household Goods, Pianos, Organs etc. I givo my personal and best entrusted to mo and guarantee satisfaction. 1 n9m99Q9wiw6Q9&i&9o&m&atQMtw99l THE CULT OF TOUGHNESS. Paper I, by C. J. Finger. "So now, prosperity begins to mellow iind drop into the rotten mouth of death " Rich. Ill, Act IV, Sec. IV. All hail to tho Apostle of Toughness 1 Salute, fourfold, Roosovolt and Ihb Creed of gamo ness 1 Let tho new ethic roign, for tho President has said by forco only shall wo excel 1 All knowl edge is good. It is impossible to euy that any fragment of knowl edge, however insignificant or ro uioto from oho'b ordinary pur suits, may not some day bo turn ed to account but, above and be fore all, put gameness. llonesty is good, but bettor still is force fulnoBS. Ho ignorant of might and y...

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. — 24 September 1902

"V ,, II- rr 3u ' 7 J. I h t is' 9 j"wil5i-,,r - u ; Qngelo Thread. VOL 6, NO. 38. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1902. Entered In the Snn Angelo PoNtOffieeas Sccond-clatH mall matter. . ..--gY ir-iitirnMiii'iiii'iniiif ln ii-rirrf ,43'llraHHKHiHmA?Y..iJv'9& item 4LiluM ifTWJY-," i UW(p TV'V ,Bw- i ' ao..t,. --v . .una; v;.r avw .- , . .., .u.. . uotc iiaajiun -v" aw "f ' mv r .I'w'Tt JisirMG''WTvr''-r y if- VKWW -r , , , , , , - wj, ,r i r J ofan V " ' m tysH Ae I mtimwkmmtrmmim.m9m M. L. MERTZ, Phes.. CHAS. W. HOBBS, Vice Phes.. Sfe R. A. HALL, Cashier. E g San Angelo NatioxiMLBank, San Angelo, Capital paid up - ' Surplus and undivided profits Offers to Depositors all tho nccommodntlonB which their balnnecs, business and responsibility justify. lWXW& DRIVING GIVES HEALTH. Association With Horses has Been Proved to Extend Human Life. Jack Bowcn, the veteran driver of trotters, celebrated his TJJrd birthday recently, nnd he looks good for (mother t...

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. — 24 September 1902

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, J?02. Kr Etf. Nft PEK3A HOUSE. nUQ. BflLFANZ, MHNRaEB. COMMENCING Monday, September 29, ROR ENTIRE IAEEK, CURTIS COMEDY CO., In a Repertoire of excellent Plays. Change of Play Each Night. Monday, Sept. 20, More Rain. Some very good rains lmvo fal len in this section since tho Inst issuo of Tho Press. On lust Fri day Sun Angolo wus visited by a light shower. Ohristoval had u good grass rnin, nnd the precipi tation was light at bonora, IJal lingor, Robort Leo, Bronto, Miles and Monnrdvillo. Sunday tho oquinoxial soason brought quito a downpour, two good ruins falling in Sun Angolo and vicinity, morning und ovon ing while liko ruins wore reported from otlior portions of Tom Green Coke, Concho, Monurd, Sterling, Ilunnols und Irion counties, The ruins roportod will do much good to tho range nnd feed crops nnd moro is oxpoctod. -Loader" Cook Stoves. E. L. McAlpino. E. It. Tuft, who lias been taking cure of Wells Fargo expre...

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. — 24 September 1902

Mmm-;:3 wmM Wn Jr:jr ' iKv ',-? mu it THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1902 w r iv J& ...For Sale By... Concho Drug Store San Angelo, Texas. fcAi vV tf STOCK NEWS. for II. Lee J. Good sold to J. It. Caw lny 10 cows nt $15. J. M. Cox is in the market some shipping horses. V. L. Locklin sold to 0. & Dnmeron 500 ewes nt $2.25. W. L. Locklin sold to a Mr. Wilson, 1200 lambs at $1.10. J. W. Cureton sold to Jack Mc Crohan, 01 yearlings at $12.50. Charlie Collyns shipped one car of horaos to McGregor n few days ago. Lee J. Good sold to It. L. Ratto 20 bulls nt 2 cents per pound. Shipped Saturday. Lee L. Russell sold on the Kan sas City market last week, steers weighing 721 to 900 at $!3.0U to $8.40. A. J. Davis is shearing 8000 head of sheep near Sherwood. Mr. Davis expects good prices for wool this fall. The supply of steer yearlings in the T. & P. country has been about exhausted, and the quaran tine country comes next. L. Hearn Bhipped to New...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 September 1902

'"""5 -gsnHmittf- JW-5f "U-" V -,. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 24, J902, &H. Ji ii 'l t , THE SAN. ANGELO PRESS. Issued Wednesday MurnlnKi. Office of Pub lication, Chadbourno Street, Opposite Maya I)ulldln. Telephone 211. P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor. TELIX PROBANDT, Associate Editor. HUllHttllll'TION HATCH. Ono Year, II SO Six Months. TVs Four Month . .V), Two Months, 2"o SAN ANGELO, TEX. SEPT 24.1002. ADVERTISING RATES i Trnnslcnt advertisements, illnplny per Inch, each Insertion 23 centit. Tlrno contrncli, dlsjilnv ench Insertion tier incli 10 centri. Local notices loss titan 100 lines, jii'i lino, each Insertion 5 cents. No Discounts. No Commissions. Circulation and quality considered, theso rates are as low as they can practically bo made and will bo ad hered to Btrlctly. PUIlMSIIKIt'B NOTIon. Cards of TliunkHj KoHohitioiifl of RcBpuol, OhiLuarios nnd simil ar notices pubHsliotl in tho Piikhs will bo chnruod for at roinilnr nd- vortising rates. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 September 1902

H ....-w so-, -' ' fil AHPBBF3' "flpZ 4 r"? tiwr A ' is i v" wyi;"yiw;' j '"'."wtiL t"Jk r - THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 24, 1902. f "'"tmfi ANNOUNCEMENTS Tho Press is authorlzod to an. nounce the" following candidates. For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozona. Foe District Attorney 01 Judicial District, V. A. ANDERSON, of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Countv Judge, MILTON MAYS. For Countv and District Clerk, ED DUOGAN. For County Tronwor, J NO. I. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector J. 13. ALLEN. For County Attorney, DAVID A. OAUT. For Animal and Hide Inspector, .1. W. LAW HON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner, Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT. For Jubtlco of tho Peace, Piec. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable, Precinct no. 1. DICK RUNVAN. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE . PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. tn Leaves 4.00 p. m LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. in. Leaves 8:20 a. m rnn m w xg4 rrr Dr. S. L Parsons Special Attention slven to Diseases of Women, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 September 1902

5 -V"M-' iar45.'y5j43Bc-; .", "Sv. '. fcyy THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1902 Ki & i-r, 8 t - r.'j:- L - V a f K 1 Kf fetf laj':'' P At ? ?v !,'& I JTrtk a M lelttDllttMlJM!WM CITY BAKERY s makoB the beat jjj J3read3 Cakes, Pies, Etc. l. Established 18B11 5 Oldest Bakery in the Cityi Centrally located) Phone 85, g GUSTAV BRESSkER. I iwiiMwiniwiiieoMniw "UNDERS" EXCLUDED. Crowded Condition of our Public School hns Rendered This Step Necessary. Wo lmvo throe ohiltlron on u gent in some of tho lowor grades of school. It hns becaino necessary, therefore, oitlier to ex cltulo from Bcliool nil chiltlron tinder the scholastic age, or to have half day sessions. After conferring with tho trustees wo have decided to exclude from school tho tinders." Tho lnw regarding scholastic ngo, is us follows: "Sec. M. All children, with out regnrd to color, over oight years of ngo nt tho beginning of nny scholastic yenr, shall bo on titled to tho bonofit of tho...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 September 1902

;, v,v wTlfB fifW&y' HM' mmnSSSffirrmr - iTff Tm II ! II I iiri tit - ifm 'rrr r i HWllraiJiffHff r3hta&M ' .jtflHRureFl-" X 'Jw ff III i Will 'ill 'Ml illMIIHIB ' IWll'iM ll' I WHI IHHII '" ' ' '"WKgMMBM jyjmS'JfcjM&CWMMBM6 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY,' SEPTEMBER '24, J902, X jx juruiu! Increases In Value i i You Spend It Here. We give you the Best and Most "for it. Our line of i I X 5 Staple and Fancy Groceries s la Complete. Will op- 3 preciato the orders of 2 Mr Short's former cus- tomers, as well as nny s new business with which I may be favored. 9 J. Shipman, Successor to Henry Short. Telephone 117. asaea aaeei "Tlie Oakcs" Is still as popular as over with thoso desiring pleasant rooms, comfortably furnished, and in a central location. Mrs. A. S. Carr is still the appreciated hostess. -Go to Shipman's for flour. Miss Luella Word, of Sonora, is tho guest of Miss Lylie Dearing. W. J. Ellis has added a largo attractive sign to his stable front. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 September 1902

1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO,. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1902 tK'l I ' i C. C. NfcELEY NEELEY (Sueccttort to JacKon & Neclcy Brot,) Corner West of London Hotel Site. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Grain and all Kinds of Feedstuffs- Wool, Live Stock and Ranch Commission. Make ri specialty of Handling Sun Angelo Ileal Estate m w We Buy Hides, THE CULT OF TOUGHNESS. Paper II, by C. J. Finger. Looking nt the Roosevelt creed from (mother point of viow, lot us nek ourselves tlio question whether "gamo" menor other wisei have most influenced tho world for good. To put it less vulgarly than Theodoro Roosovolt, do men of notion work more lusting good thfin men of thought und feeling? To mv mind. Roosevelt is so fflnrinclv wroim that it Bcoms al most a wnsto oi time to discuss this plume of the question. As well doubt that two and two mnko four as to questiou tho fact, notorious to every well edu cated man, that civilization is the product of moral and intellectual ntroncies....

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. — 1 October 1902

J .-'"J C,3 . .wVfsl '.'.f, "HflpSfflffiiS wJaw , ?. ' W JT "!", ." .' ' .,. rv iv . 4 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1902. Cntcrcd In the Snn AngrloIVmOfflcent Sccond-oln mnll matter. VOL 6, NO. 39. v. BBB-- ,,, -a'l-fl' HMHHW,' fc m-J1" - . - - gTTBMlM I I Ml reWMM lfci..aCfMMM Wl. THlfc, PVTb-iW : :, .. j V H ;;?Wq ' " I'vWttii&'il &rta. i ofan Ungeto J re44. i j$ M. L. MERTzflfcpLHAS. W. HOBBS. Vice Puns.. & San Angelo National Bank, San Angelo, Texas. Capital paid up ' ' " Surplus and undivided profits 5100,000.00 5118,339.40 Offers to Depositors nil tho nccoramodntlons which their brilnncoa, business and responsibility justify. -up C ' A. J. BAKER & CO., BANKERS. SAN AlNCEUO, TEXAS, A.J. BAKER the President of tuii bank, ha tccnn resident citizen (if Snn iuelo for 18 yeai. He was commissioner 01 mo ucncrni i.mu vmhku .... .-. four years. Is welltinownnsnsnfo ami conservative uanlter. We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons. Mc...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 October 1902

v.Hi I n w V fill 3 ft to, 3 jj M IA' A' V 2 p MW,WWW,M''M'W,I'WM' ' " THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1902 Gakes, Caijdies JBreakf asi Foods WeW Fresh Good s I havo already received several large shipmoiits of spocial ticH in grocorii-8 in tho above linos and more are arriving daily. The Cakes include all the high-class goods in select and choice bak ory products, both in bulk and in packages. The list is a long one, and, being complete, we are prepared to fill vottr order. The Caijdies are all fresh and delicious, in fact, thoy "mako your mouth water" and are tho "melt in your mouth" kind, and includo tho daintiest and most palatable Chocolates, Creams, Caramels, ICtc. The JSreakfasfc aid iiealfch Foods aro tho Very host products known to modern sciontiflc preparations, all nice, swoot, cloan, crisp and freo from any foreign substances, oasily digestiblo and assimilable, nourish- it :.... ...! fi.f iC.i.irr Tlinnn irnnila innllliln tlm Illlg, StrUUgW...

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. — 1 October 1902

4 JtipiHHBHNF' JJg"" -r tfg' wp-yy - rvi-v -4 :...., J '4 ' Swf WWfXIV-rsp' vwrjFirfMirryyfrTf'yri wpJwivrQX'?!1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEQ J, 1902. DIAMOND DYES Tn,R.MONZ7 1 Any ono onn nao Dinmoml Dyoa. Thoy nro mado for homo uno nnd homo economy. ...For Sale By... Gonclio Dnio Store, San Angelo, Texas. t AAyt V " fl ? STOCK NEWS. B A w'WV'V'V WVWW'WW 3 J. W. Thornton will ship 8 ciir lotuls of horses to Lousiann today. Tol Cawley sold to Sol Thomp son, of Coleninu, 2 cars of fat cows, which the purchaser ship ped to the St. Louis market. Bilhe Anson, tho stockinnn, enmo up from Colomnn yestor dty to view liis live stock inter ests in this neighborhood. Among recent sales on tho St. Louis market nro tho following: W. 15. Sillininn, shipping from Elgin, Kan., MO cows, 700H, $2.70; 5 cows, 7101b, $2.15; 10 bulls, 1182H, $2.70; 20 bulls, 1M7H., $2.70. Gann it Woodward, of Coleman, bought 4 cars of cows and calves from John A. Loomis at $18 for cows an...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 October 1902

faiMwwiwMMrO'wgwitBffWWtfc!U mmmmmmim uP 'V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER t, 1902 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Isxued Wednesday Morning. Odloo of Pub lication, Clindlmurna Htrcut. Opposite Mayi liulldlnif. Tclophono 311, P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor, FELIX PROBANDT, AtiodMo Editor. HUllBOItll'TION' KATI'.S- Ono Year, . . tl M, Bbc Montlis, 73o Four Montln . V), Two Mijnlh. . .Wo SAN ANGELO, TEX. OCT I, 1002. AI)Vi:iin?IN(J UATi'.H: Transient nilvurlhi'inuntii, display, per Inoli. unuh ItnTtlon. ffioht Tlmncont uuti, (llilny. pcrlnuh oneh Inii-r- tlnn . Ill ociitH. Ixieal notice), less tliiin IMIIni. per lino unoli Insertion, Reenn. Kxtru ctinrtfii for ihN miH In Kinnllcr typo than lorn.' primer No Discount) No Commlisloi!) I'tjm.isirr.tt'H notici: Cards of Tlinnlc, Hrutlutlims of lleupcot, Ohltuurlui ami slmllnr iiiiUjcm puMMivd In the I'roH "III bo clinrKcd for at ruKUl.tr n'Morll) ln rates. AdvertMnK for ehiireb, huliool and charily beiiclltn will be c...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 October 1902

W If I V,'. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER t 1902, , siL... c. i ni- rriii irt in - - 3 ' HS ANNOUNCEMENT Tho Piiess Is authorised to an , nounce tho following candidates. For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD liUDSPETEI, of Oronn. For District Attorney 51 Judicial District, W. A. ANDERSON, of Sonora. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County .ludce. Milton mays. For Countv and District Clerk, YXi DUGGAN. For County Treasurer, J NO. 1. HUFFMAN. For Sheriff and Tax Collector J. B. ALLEN. For County Attornoy, DAVID A. GAUT. For Anhnnl and Hide Inspector, .1. LAW HON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For Commissioner. Precinct No. 1, A. S. GANTT. For Justice of tho Poace, Prec. No. 1 M. O. DAVIS. For Constable, Precinct no. 1. DICK UUNYAN. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. PASSENGER. Arrives 1:20 a. in Leaves 4,00 p. m LOCAL Arrives 5:15 p. tn. Leaves 8:20 a. m OYSTERS IN AM. Styms AT PHILIPPI'S. Short orders and regular moaN. too K.ery thing In season and tho test tho market af ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 October 1902

tmtQ(t'iimimmmmwmrJi,vmimPX'1!& iliMIHHfliBu31BiB Dmmmmmm u ii i m mi imi Htmr. - ! j in w'Mfci y U THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER i, 1902; 6 m ti tft Te Want You to See Tho undorwoar wo'ro soiling. It is not tho same old kind found in moat nny Dry Goods Store. Ours is tho kind mudo by tho Sorosis Garment Co., ovory pieco of which is warranted to give ontiro satisfaction. It is all inado up in tho latest im proved styles and will Buit any ono wanting tlio Very Best Gur monts at a low price No, 31 Underskirt, Is mado of Black Moroon Cloth with very wide pleated ruflle Tlio Moroon cloth is woven especially for unclorslcirts, is vory light in woiglit and a splendid wearing fabric exactly like Black Moray Silk, and wears better. Tho price of No. 81 Skirt is No, 27 Skirt Is Bamo as 81 oxcopt it has Black Pocadot. Samo prico . It looks $1,50 $1,50 Saturday wo will put on sale two full cases of Ladies' and Misses' under pants with vests to match. Thoy are di...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 October 1902

i'T"Vf THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1962, 'it.iiiiiimiiM 7 - m M 'a: 9XtA :SSfSS5SSS(i Selling Groceries I W p Mail KONCHO KARNIVAL. Is one of the principal features of the business done by this house. Like wise by telephone and messenger. People know they can entrust orders to us in anyway, and rely on their being filled promptly, carefully, conscientiously and at reasonable prices. 5- MAB5 Mwmmmmwmwmmm&mmm BACK FROM KANSAS CITY. Thos. Trammell Meets Air. Slllwell and Brings Back Good News of the Orient Railroad. Thos. Trammell returned Mon day morning from Kansas City wh&io he went Inst week in com pany with R L. McCaulley to meet Mr. Stilwoll who had just returned from Europe, accompan ied by Bix English and ono Gor man Capitalists. Mr. Stilwell's success in Eng land, so Mr. Trammell states, has been great, and the party who re turned with him, and who are assisting in furnishing all the fi nancial aid needed for pushing the great Orient ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 1 October 1902

tUjjMBk fWiiMI llplaii .1 in M iii rMfmmMMffltttm $HBp ...-..- ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1902. f V MMOT ' M M M. C.C.MEELEY -NEELEY f 90 NEELEY BROS., (Sueetor to Jackton & Mly Btot.) Corner West of London Hotel Site. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Grain and all Kinds of Peedstuffs- Wool, Live Stock and Ranch Commission. Make n specialty of Handling San Angelo RealEstato , We Buy Hides, Furs, Pecar;s, Etc. inenno, often do bo because thoy J nr wind blowB regarding 'and History should usurp moro ' iinnrmunrv ui uiiiiiu. ..vv......,, v.....w. It rather seems ituskin spoko "when ho doubted ,IS EDUCATION A FAILURE? Continued From lWth Pngo.) iitlonI'i of Bishop Comity servo ...' .!! inilicnUni! which way lie u Bill-: . , ," the popu!r Vlv this expeoth ""' ns though .)P" 1...J I....11.. wl uiuiuuxw.j frflw,ir,.ritll. that people woumv""" ----- motic to1 roguery, d thoir l.tora turotolust. for flovor in tie world's history was arithmetic turned ...

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

uous because of the contrast, tments arc especially strongthisscason. ore "" AJI dgU&MA and Bales of the now wools there , tor .frjuy . , nwiivaltil1 rfoUnt. IHfffll.ln lorifOH' I-""""" to QJqq: San Ctngelo press. Vol. 6. San Angclo, Texas, October 1, 1902. No, 39 Supplement lose C( i Comi ,' Priil e ncti tho ft tho zens. i imo o o deli 1, as tl ice of i- in lie up i too si go ii oquipn ivided depari by sou ited to v l'a insnOieienf- V. A. Nix, tho big Luke ranch ninii, was in tho city yesterday. i -Oo to Shipmuii's for Hour. i Mrs. John Froeland and littlo daughter relumed yesterday from Dallas. -Uilles for Rent at MoAlpinos. Tho two year old boh of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Friobolo is very ill. -HorHcshoointi. J. M. Moody. Postmaster J. W. I'ratt, of Jor dan, was in tho city Monday. -Guns for Kent at E. L Mc Alpino's. H. M. Pipkin, the Lipan Flat Loader, was in tho city yesterday. -See Roby's now lino of wall paper before buying. Moso Taylor, a former resident and business man of San...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 8 October 1902

ti Sf tr ' ?S m ' , r,M November 12-13.-14. 1902, SagAngelo Carnival, Pine Stock Show, Races, Steer Roping, Broncho Busting. jPredd !; s VOL 6. NO. 40. iu. u. ivjrjitiii, .flies.. uou R. A. HALL, C. m San Angelo NationallSanh k Capital paid up burplus and undivided profits OlTerato Depositors nil (ho accommodations which their balnnccs, business nnd rcspondlbtllty justify. A. J. BAKER & C BANKERS. SAN ANGELO, A.J. BAKER, the President of this bank, has beon n resident citizen of Sna Angelo for 18 year. He was Commissioner of the General I,atd Oftlee of Texas for four years. Is well known ns nsafo and conservative banker. We Respectfully Solicit Deposits from all Persons. Mcney loaned on Conservative Basis, ORIENT RAILROAD NEWS. Officials on n Tour of Inspection. Banquet to President Stilwcll nnd Party. News from Mexico. President A. E. Stilwell and party of capitalists from London, Germany and Holland, arrived hero this week and became the guests of the city. The visitors were m...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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