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

If m r, m THE SAN ANGELO f RESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTO BER 8, 1902, L. n. McCartney !b out in tho country on liorao business. I). K. Wyliofrom Miles to Kan Biis City, 5 cows, sold at $2,155 anil $2.-10. M. L. MorU, from Elgin, Kan sas, to Kansas City, U70 steers which brought $11,80. . .1. 11. Mu rruli sold territory cows on tho Kansas City market laBt weok at $2.50. Stanley Green has gone to Toy ah to look after his 100 section ranch, but will return in o few days. T. II. Shaw, of Nallingor, ship pod from tho Territory to Kan sas City, last weok, calves, for which ho received $11.25 per 100, and $0.00 each. W. C. Locke and Doputy Sher iff .Toll' Davis, of Coko, shipped u car of horses to Cooper, Delta county, yesterday. Mr. Locko went with thoin. W. C. .Tonos sold to O. Ingloby iindl). A. Crow, of I'oneu City, 1. T., 00 head of feedor bulls at $20 to $215 and contracted to furnish thoin 200 more. Delivery in .November. Folix Maun sold toll. K. Kborly, of Wichita, Kan.,...

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. — 8 October 1902

f . i r,v?3 SS&r?Li& v". J --W "- .1 ' M T-T it-S&ll?J r.wDrtps T THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAM ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1902, W.1 i r 1 J i '.J 4i Hector McKenzio is in town. -Blncksmithing, J. M. Moody. -Heinz's kraut now on 6ale at Adams'. John Gnrdoni returned to El PaBo yesteadoy. -Heinz's kraut now on sole at Adams' . -New Furniture arriving at E. W. Roby's. W. G. Heard was in from the ranch yesterday. -Heinz's kraut now on sale at Adams' -"Leader" Windmills. E. L. McAlpiio. Lee Mays, of Grape Creek, was in Saturday, on show dny. -"Leader" Cook Stoves. E. L. McAlpino. -Biggest, Best, Latest, Itoby's line of wall paper. Jack Miles, of Coke, was in San Angelo on Buck Skin Bill day. -"Lender" Windmills. E. L. McAlpino. -0. A. Fnrquhar, 'phono 100, for livery and feed service. 82tf Mrs. .1. S. Miles and little boh have returned from Fort Worth. -"Leader" Cook Stoves. E. L. McAlpino. -Ring up 117 when you want fresli Groceries. Wilev Tullous, tho J M ranch manag...

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. — 8 October 1902

'Wf Lf C wm rsw ;' 9V 4 THEAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1902 B fi M t?wlllK5i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. iMiiod WrilncMlny Mornlniri. Onico of l'u Mention, Ohnrtbourne Htroct, Opposite Mayi llulldliiK. TrtiepliOiio 211. P. E. TRULY, Editor nml Proprietor. FELIX PRODANDT, AuociMo Editor. SUIIHOIIII'TION' JtATKH- OnoYcnr tl.M: Hlx Month. ': Four Month . . V). Two Mnnthi 2c SAN ANGELO. TEX OCT 8, 1902. AllVKiniBINK KATBS. TrnnMent ixtverthemi-nt rtl'pliiy per Incli. iiichlniartimi.. MonH. Tlmo oont'ttou. tmnlnv per Inch, rnoh lner- tlrin I cent. Loanl notices vv limn lo llm-i per line, eiich Insertion, . ... ... ftoi-nt llxtrn clmriie fur nN si-t In Mnnllcr type tlmn lorn primer No DKciiunlt No Coimnlniloiii. l'UIIMSIlCII'H NOTICK. C'nnW of Tliiink". Ile)liitlons of Ituipuot. OljltuiirleHiimlhltiilliir nnllOPH iiublliheil In the I'rewi will lio chanted for lit reKiilar tulvertlv lnc rnlii. AilvprtWnif for cliureli, MJliool unit clinrlty lienclltK will be dinrKvi...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 8 October 1902

f.yf1 ; 1,1 ,. tyu .y- WkU ?yqq, wflijfljfli" i v m " "'" : i ' nunijiiii st 'wrL.r -T.r.s ,T$1 .' '..:?'. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEQ 8, J902. - mi i ii i - i. - r , ( iwibh!-MMB'auBHBajBJBaaaaaaaKrilBk JUKUMfeJK9H yMWHPW HIWIUIW MWIIIWWW MIP' H'lPlI W ' '." "' -W' ,-- an" w - - .-. . -- ..- - ... vw-f . ). i' ft VXUff'HiH;TKHIUfA,,.r ."A ' T WS 'I -,., T .,.... ....... , . ii Tritr-M'-t laMiiiXi m t zi - . .nT - . , x, . . i i . -h -- ,r('5jj'iisiKarrs ANNOUNCEMENTS Tho Piiess is authorized to an nounco tho following candidates. For Representative of 102 District, CLAUD HUDSPETH, of Ozonn. For District Attorney 51 Judicial DletMct, W. A. ANDERSON', of Sonorn. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For County Judge. MILTON MAYS. For Countv nnd District Clerk, 'EDDUGGAN. For County Treasurer, J NO. I. HUFFMAN. ' For ShorliT nnd Tax Collector J. B. ALLEN. For County Attornoy, DAVID A. OAUT. For Animal nnd Hide Inspector, J. W. LAW HON. For Tax Assessor. A. D. WEST. For ...

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. — 8 October 1902

Mtmmmmmmmgmmmm MiniiiirtMMMtiiniii m tm0mm9 'ljjlBBI!Jiffl3MMJffi wffliRalBfllflBiHHHHHISHH 5iHMHiMIHEIPs-V,-.v?KfflpW Pri'W ?? STpwBT yfJ - K; 6 fffffiHw ; ." I" ! I ; t S.' :i; as Just ill EDUCATIONAL San Angclo Public School Teachers Take the Initiative In Purthcrnncc ot the Great Cnuso. Tlio teachers of tlio San Angelo public school liavo decided on a course of study for tlio school year, uur object is to promoto tho cause nf education in our town Mid country, by making ourselves fainiliur with tho best school systoms of our cities and country, as well as with those of foroign countries. Wo proposo to oxaniiuo what has been dono by those whoso position anil sue cess in educational work huvo given thorn n right to bo heard. We proposo to get as clear a com prehension as wo can get of the psychological basis of tho teach ers' work, and an intelligent sym pathy for child nature. We hereby extond a cordial in vitation to all tho teachers in our town, county and Concho country to uni...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 8 October 1902

m, ylpf f 4Hr t)afi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, J902. .d5' M --'-J-p-i.. i?3ii ti .. -,. .J . ....yjarfjL. ..'.. - . . -. ,. MPIMaEBBBV:'ftifc rwL l.tmJtr.,, k.. A ttnrcrnln. For Appreciative Palates JiJst IECElVEp: IN CARTONS: Nabisco Wafers, Kennedy's Wafers, assorted, Cocoanut Macaroons, Five O'clock Teas, Vanilla Wafers, Lemon Wafers, Uneeda Ginger Wafers, Zu Zu Ginger Wafers, Ohampaigne Wafers, Athenos; also an elegant as sortment of Cakes and Wafers in bulk. These goods are all absolutely fresh, just received and opened, and comprise the best assortment ever shown in the city. FWiESli CHOCOLATES. I have just opened a fine assortment of Fresh Chocolates and Bonbons, and am ready to meet the reviving demand for these dolicacies which is created by the cooler weather. The assortment is widely varied in llavor, fresh as the dew .and every taste can bo gratified. IN PREAHFAST FOOPS My line embraces a wide assortment. All the now goods, as well as ...

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

va fl !SHff"i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1902. HI 8 i I 1 R V h i t 1 r f. ' v. i'-i I f i I i i V 1 .' d Mp $$ HlR' W C. C. fIBELEY NEELEY BROS., (Sueeenors to Jackon A Heeley Drot,) rj Corner West of Lnndon Hotel Site. gj WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 1 Grain and all Kinds of Feedstuffs- tWool, Live Stock and Ranch Commission. Make n specialty of Handling Sun Angolo $ft Real Kstato Wc Buy Hides, Furs, Pecarjs, Etc. WORK NOT DRUWIERY. I kIvh you llio i-nrt of a Koldun utrlnK; Only wind It Into 11 tuill It will lend you In lit Heaven's tfiito llullt In .TiTiisnluin'n wiill. And winding tho Hti'iuy means work, toil, unci liu who spends his tinio in doing something is hap py, not alono with toil, but doubly happy in hope, whilst ho or sho who sits idly by uwniting u nothing, is doubly iinhuppy. Heaven holp him. Ono part of my lifo was spout amongst people tolorably well possessd in this world's goods, and I can sfifoly say I saw more unhappy folk ...

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

.jiHIHHKflHMHHHIHNHBflflHttMK . ,,,.., x nMMlHKm. ' , iiniiiiniiiiHi " "" ' M 11 m hIH i . iIwwiw""im iiiiiiiii ii ii hi nin'P'RiiH'nHWWMi'iii u llmmm f 'i 'Jftftt'SWV-- w- a ' 1 1 & 'j v COd vol e; NO, 43, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1902 Entered In ttao Son A ngclo Post Oflloo m Second-class mall matter. vk .-------------aKitv ,1 ., n, &?" -n f . im umiihii i i i "i i - - ' " - r - v i--i-t- i i a. rii1 - .ir - I ; I in '..'.. iv.f. .''. H , - - , jr, - .. ; , . i.. Mi ' i H S v TBVj r ! a HV b mV Hv H MBr d-flr jBy Bf rTHr jF B p BB Br MP ft m&-vwvM - g - fXrn - Ha - - - aai - aD - a - n - - wi - F Selling Texas cattle NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. Solicits Wm. Ragland, San Antonio John Lovelady, Colorado J. W. Westbrook, Waco C. A. Broome, San Angelo Union Stock Yards Chicago &ajsi 7,000 STEERS FOR SALE f 60IWING THREES Well bred, well grown, well colored, good con--dhion and plenty of grass and water to run them through the winte...

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

9 5 'iT'T ..-. Js V --' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, Fj3YE??R. J 1PGI ,t V.J ! ef lMN ft r LV-iiP-l Vnl VS ft?'"!' I I I STOCK NEWS. V. F. McOangltoy, of Swoot water, marketed 188 cows, 0-17 pounds, at $2.(50. Mr. Ilournu will ship today to St. Louis 100 head of fat cows, ulcers and calves. A telegram from Boston says that Texas wools hold a remarka bly strong position. Tol Cawloy received from Geo. II. Hendricks, 111 head of year lings, bought at $12. John Gawlcy is horo from tho Pecos with 200 head of horses, which ho will ship Friday. J. N. Craig bought 80 hoad of fat cows from J. W. Barkloy and 28 from Fritz Horse at $10. Capt. C. L. Broome enmo up from Ozoua Wodnosday, with 150 bulls for Jim Garrott, of Knick erbocker. Harris Bros, bought from Eu gene Saul and others in Coko county, 800 voarlings and 200 2-year old steors at p. t. M. Z. House and Roland Hud son, of Sterling, brought down 00 hoad of feeder bulls last week for shipment by J. N. Craig. Felix...

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. — 5 November 1902

:fc-. rTF. SAN ANELO PRESf "R THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELQ, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1902. '. I I I -.i. v, iV 9 r (ml If i v l i iff jJi'B Avoid Exposure Keep the chut, back ind throat warm, and then will be little ctanrrr of coldt, coughs, pneumonia cm : or In Kttuuulet. FROST KING gfflS-j HOE OF CHAMOIS LIKED ltlTH FUUEL FROST QUEEN ffiAlSfa, HIDE OF CHAMOIS COTERED WITH fUUll IKStX DtrrERENT C0LCHS (Tailor Matlo) 1"hee rets r re made to kef p theenllreunperpor Hon tit Uie IkkIjt w arm the throat, ehct nnd back. 1 hey hold the heat ol the botlv and keen out thecold. l' ..-.. .., I -I - i. I. " 1 iitsii lamio uu nus RiTc iccumy in cniingina j Born. I To Mr. nnd Mrp. D. A. Moss, 'October 00, n boh. To Mr. nnd Mrs, B. L. Johnson, Nov. 1$, a daughter. To Mr. und Mrs. W. A. Guth rie, November4, u daughter. I o CllmiteJ. Chimolsrfnul It lathe belt cold mister known. Tlieio Karmcnta will keep )ou well, and help you enjoy the Inter di i, Mado by Bauer & Black, Chicago, U.S. ...

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. — 5 November 1902

t&W'S'tiitiifyW: jayy 'T'''4t'ft"Wf'w '" "r? THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAvSCSSSSIma 1 '? B. M it- A. J. BAKER Sc C, BANKERS. SAN ANCRLO, A. J. BAKER, the Preldcnt of tb! bank, ha been a resident citizen of San Angelo'lor IS years. He was CommtMloner of the General Laid OIBce of Texas for four years. U well known as a safe and conterTatlve banker We Respectfully Solicit Dtposita from all Persons. Mcncy loaned on Conservative Basis. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Issued Wednesday Mornlnx Office of Pub llcatlon, Chadbourno Street. Opposite Mays Ilulldlmf. Telephone Stl P. E. TRULY. Editor nnd Proprietor. FELIX PROBANDT, Associate Editor. SCHSKIPTION HATES' One Year... !l-V Sis Months Tic Kour Months -V) Two Months 23c SAN ANGELO, TEX. NOV 5 1Q02. AUVKIITI9I.VU HATKS Transient odrcrtucraents display p-r Inch. each Insertion SJ cents. Time cont acts display per Inch each lncr- tion, 1 ecu" Local notices, lev than lt) lines per lino, each Insertion. . 5 cents. Kxtracbarxc ...

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. — 5 November 1902

IfcW " - -- I ,- THE SAN ANELO PRESS, SAN ANGEO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, J902. ,4 V i f f Liver Pills That's what you need: some thing to cure your bilious ness and give you a good digestion. Aycr's Pills are liver pills. They cure con stipation and biliousness. Gently laxative. AU d?nuti. Want jour mntitiarlir or beard a bautl(ul brunnor rich liHc!t? Then uu BUCKINGHAM'S DYEAfiK ors OYSTERS -In AM. Stvi.es At PHI LIPPI'S. Short orders nnd regular meal too Kvcry thing In season and the host the market af fords at all times, NMMMBHIMHMMM9 C, F, Harris, THE BARBER. Best Service, Your Patrons 1 age Solicited. 2 Shop Next Door to Ltnilcman's E Blacksmith Shop. iaeaMDise0aaaMfl$ fafc&&3 J.R.Gilberl&E Groceries, Grain and Hay, Glassware, Enanv cledwarc, Quccnswarc, and Racket Goods, Phone I 70 44 WOODYflRD.l Cord Wood, 2 sr Cord Wood Sawud, 3 g Cord Wood Sawed E2 mZ and Split. 3 S Call up phone 19, 5j 6. H. RUST. 1 SiS.McGonnell & Proprietor of the U San Anaelo Liver...

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. — 5 November 1902

i&MifciU Wpm0m $y- WW Wi?WfW- tr-t ' fOO" ,-: . 4 v , ;-,jtij o I. (- . ' 1 , vJ-i V4-, 0 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 5 1902, Ll-:' "i'2m v"K.(utf. AuMIHhJEi tt&8&i i H IN )S4 NOT THE CHEAPEST, BUT THE BEST. ! "A HuBBimi Optical Specialist 1ms decided tluit contrary 9 to the general opinion, electric light pluys less havoc with j the eyes tlmn other forms of artificial light. Ho bases his de ft dilutions on th fnct that disease nnd dumago to the eye are ( proportioned to the froquoncy of tho closuro of the lids. Ho I found tlmt the lids closo in u minute 0.8 times with candle light; 2.8 times with gns light ; 2.2 times with sun light nnd J 1.8 times with eloctrio light." Scientific American. $8 With our now and enlarged plant wo aro now pro pared to p f furnish light to ovory residonco in tho city. There is no con- $ vetiiuncu about a liouso that inves greater satisfaction to tho H m. housewife than tho olectric light. t C08t Olliy JW.W iu...

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. — 5 November 1902

,4RBfHHIH!SHHIHHIlHKHHEKHEflli . JBBLt&L ik ,- w.. mias j f -jkvi, f ji j iim i i , ,, j . . ..." . utW. UL4rrZm0i&. . is3!2yi5?!-S?"TnS?'WEBIHHHHK5Tr'j''W'T'' ,M4&&3&WtH,. . I ,: THE SAN ANELO PRESS; SAN ANGEO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1902. I SAN ANGELO BUSINESS. Santa Fa Double Header Brings in Thirty-six Full Car Loads of Merchandise. Tho "green eyed uionBtor" of jealousy mid the black hearted monstrosity of envy is the cause of tho vaporings against San An golo to which a few 2x1 sheets "down tho road" oast of San Au golo weekly (and weakly) give vent. It relieves their colicky pains and hurts no one elso, so "lot tho heathen rage." Another evidence of tho busi ness San Angolo does was present ed this week by the arrival of a Santa Fe double-header train which brought in 80 full carloads straights of merchandise of various kinds. And this, too, at a time when tho season's stock is supposed to bo in. "The Busy Ten." A now social organization camo into ox...

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. — 5 November 1902

fr -"py &Hftb " 'if&V THESAN'ANGELO.PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 J902, r .JL- .i,. JgkiiM- HHut rT 'xMtvi-'.T. T9r fe&KfS" - TtiliOT)??"-Ii '!,7wyki:lat. WiiW7r- TwBHRr?E'i7''T'(rI t2SimjjSSSSmtBUBttftttjtt TO1zotmWWt!';u . . i wSrslP8$lRF IP".-'" If ' '4 3 s .:- - .'"' - ' ' i a "'"M'I,WWM,'WM,"WM'"" .- ! ' BBBBBMBB O0 TO g C. C NBELEY NEELEY iSuecesior to Jaekton A Neeley Dro) Corner West of London Motel Site. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Grain and all Hinds of Feedstuffs- Wool, Live Stock and Hunch Commission. T.ako a specialty of Handling San Angola Keal Estnto We Buy Hides, i TOLERANCE. Whilst attending the recent Ex-Coiifodfi'nto Reunion nt Dal las, I was struck by tho koiictuI tolerance exhibited by thoso old soldiers who had known tho sor rows of bereavement, nnd tho chill of tho Bhadow of death. Be neath tho Jong chain of, memory thoy seemed to bo chastened, to bo over growing in charity, to be patient of each othor's opinions ; tho horo se...

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. — 12 November 1902

.. - - ii ruin- :,,,?- in i Will WMMNllWlfflllMMWMBfclldfc 'VM iUF7" MWOTJIIWWMBWiMWIWWHWiiii Qjfl" 'jfr''yfr w-- 'Tjrv"rw?B57s Complete Official Carnival Program on Next Page, Predd. m '5, .(i itl 'i U '.: . "fl ' .: $ii VOL 6, NO, 44. SAIN UNGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1902 Entered In tho San Angelo Post Oltloe Scoond oltuHtnnll matter. If ' i " iBIM WIW BW' ' ' I ' iT 'TWIHWiin i matM J- -' "" M"iiMy" Ungeo 'v. IS) J. r k- fcfv TOP SALES National Live Stock Commission Co, Capital Stock Paid Up $300,000.00 TENDERS AN UNEXCELLED SERVICE Money to Loan on TEXAS CATTLE "Win. Ragland, San Antonio J. W. WestbrooK, Waco Ireland Hampton, Fort Worth O. H. Williams, Midland UNION STOCK YARDS CHICAGO r ? if? $ COMING THREES $ae f Fill? A1 F f 1 Ul JHLL $ Well bred, well grown, well colored, good con-' dition and plenty of grass and water to run them through the winter, Delivery April llO, at San Angclo Stock Pens, Write, wire or phone o j fipr San Angelo, Texas. j. Pho...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 November 1902

'"" Jk j5!i J" ri jjflTl 'MJJL. - -ra " WWWtyM'. S?pk? THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 J002. IWwMftyMaMMMMMMMtaMMWiHin I f.lMfc.1.1 A. t Wis" .i ' '"wsKutrf . "' J i -.- Hk4 TftfcHHKyfliBBBi 1 f w$ iniin5T - . T,wf.,i(! i ; i, II '' if I j ? :i ' ' ' hi. - 1 l r. l ... I IextraVi'iI f I C added to tne program for the gp 'r second day of the Carnival: ?pg f ft Three Mile Race, Free For flu. m If $100 Parse. $5.00 to Enter. M ) 8 5 to Enter and Run. V OFFICIAL CARNIVAL PROGRAM, San Angelo, and First Day, Wednesday, Nov. ia. HAOINO. Kaoing will bogin at tlio fair grounds iiroinptly at 1 :80 p. in. First race ono quartor mile dash for 2 year olds; entrance feo $5; $(50 to first, .$25 to second, $15 to third. Entries close at 8 p. in. Nov. 11. Entrance fees payable to J N . Hewitt. Roping Contest. I'Uixns. 1. Tlio man ninkintr the fast est thno shall receive a cash prize of $100.00. 2. Tho man making the next best timo shall receivo $50.00. !!. Tho man mak...

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. — 12 November 1902

K "-Tf-fCnR; krffr tf?? J. ' WX liky 'Unvci Hin?yiKp?a 1I' THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J2, J902. W 't -' &&& CANDIES ARE THE BEST Sold Only By H. A. WOOTTON That Inquest. Real Estate. Justice of the Pence M. 0. Davis I Job. Spence, Jr. sold to A. P. and Constable Dick Rutivon were 'Holman, n house and lot oil Two- called out to the fnir grounds lug nvenue, uenr the Mnrfoerry Monday to hold an inquest on n dead man who, had been Bhot. Owing to pressure of other busi ness The Press can give no further details, but must refer readers to the otQcinls mentioned. How ever, it may not be safe to men tion it to them until frost. "The Oakes" Is still as popular ns ever with those desiring pleasant rooms, comfortably furnished, nnd in a central location. Mrs. A. S. Carr is still the appreciated hostess. -Superior cook stoves at Find loter's.. -All varieties of choice fresh meats and sausage at Heitzler's. Phone 20. tf It. A. Lindeman and Ernst Boe...

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. — 12 November 1902

SlV .X T, tu , I TV t ' , v " X liii ".It H" United States 2767 The First National Bank, San Angclo, Texas, Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 Geo. E. Webb, Tres. W. S. Kelley. Vice Pres. C. 11. Tok'tll, Cashier. Change TO THK ITHIiIC: By ttiifiiiimoiiH vote of tho shareholders of this Imiik, tlio nunio Iiuh boon changed from Concho National Bank to The First National Bank of San Angelo, Texas. Tlioro has been no change in ownership, or management. Wo Holicit all classes of good accounts. Thanking tho pub lic for tho patronage of tho past, and asking a continuanco of tho siimo for tho future, wo remain, Yours very truly, GEORGE E. WEBB, President. WM. S. KELLY, Vice-President. 0. II. POWELL, Cashier. 75 Iswrararow ;; mtmm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. iRHiicd Wodnusiluy Moriilnici Odluu of 1'uli Mention, Chndliourno Street. OpiiuMtu Mity llulklluK. Talcliuny Ull P. E. TRULV, Editor mid Proprietor. FELIX PROBANDT, Aiiodnto Editor. BUIlHHIl'TION HATCH One Year,. !l W)...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 November 1902

. . . ii i i Tim --.- -.-. , Wr"v -?-ym "5(t'j'IV"(CT r m THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, J902. wfMHMHMaMMPl' :'?& MiiiHMml ftmiiHHPHi KmEE7mmEM&'-m?m -!--- T 4fFr?WflHHHRPTrwsn -v?-- "nT?Y v; U THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Imu-mI Vrtic(t(iv Mornings Omcc of lhib llcnti n Chiulbnurno Street Opposite .Mays Uulkllo,; Telephone SU. P. E. TRULY. Editor and Proprietor. FELIX PROBANPT. Anoclate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATCS: One Year.. 11.50! Six Months.. 5c Four Month. .60; Two Months,.. . I5o SAN ANGELO, TEX. HOY 12 1902. AUVEUTISIXO KATES: Transient tulvertlsements. display per Inch each Insertion,. . . . 55 cents Time cont nct. display, per Inch, encli Inser tion. 11 cents Ixic.it notice less than 100 line per line each ltxertlon .. Scents, Kxtru chnrxc (orndssct In smaller type than lonif primer No Discounts No Commissions PUBLISHER S NOTICE Cards of Thnnlt". Resolutions of Respect Obituaries and similar notices published In the Prcs will bo chanted for...

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