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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 November 1902

"M THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1902,, -mi ! 11 llll llll Mill ! Illl I I " & M .k $JH x . s '; ; as-, ( Y ' i,-f :j If Ti .' $ s iS it, , i 'l , I 'I ! J IONS! JUniiDlm kj CARNIVAL ATTRACT Visitors to the San Angolo jCaruival this year will find tlint the management has made amplo provisions in the way of outdoor sports, etc , but visitors will liavo timo to sparo besides and this they tan put in to good advantage by visiting TAYLO Store whore numerous linos of novelties and curios from different parts of our own, as well as foreign eountrios are on exhibition. In fact, we are conducting a veritable World's Fair, though, of course, only on a small scale. Wo mention, however, particularly Mexican Goods Which inclttdo many beautiful specimens of... Drawnwork, Handkerchiefs, Table Scarfs, Doylies, Etc. Silk Shawls, Fascinators, Bull Fight Silk Handkerchiefs and Pillow Covers, Rattlesnake Neckties and Belts, Horn Toads, Tarantulas, Centipede and o...

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. — 12 November 1902

ftflHHHHHMHHBHHKBHL ' "n - j v sr-'K'""JW' THE SAN AISGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1902. HE?"- f,lWW yiilhti . Go To brtaKflCTlBil WH1 iiW"1 "ffiitiA'g3aW I flTFR'Sl r-2i m i 1' For the Best of Everything, from a Samson Windmill (6 to 20 feet in Stock) to a Full Weight wagon sheet, Nova in Stock.. Barbed Wire, Painted, from S9.00 a mile, with Staples, Barbed Wire, Galvanized, from S10 a mile, with Staples, Airtight Heaters, S2.00 up, Cook Stoves, S7.50 up, Everything else in Proportion, Sole Agent for Casaday Farming Machinery. Now is the time for buying your Plows, John Deere Farming Machinery, Peter Schuttlcr Wagons, Kentucky Wagons, Fmfi 1it pip Ip Sai) Ai)gelo3 Teas, Hardware, windmills and Well Supplies. ! Wilson Heaters, Ungclstoiu. -Fresh 'gbdds in tho different lines of groceries jit9t in ntJ 11. Gilbert to Co's. Mr. George A. Strnnnlinn and Sra Dolores Sanchez, were mar- I ried October 8rd nt Agunscnlion tes nnd will be at home there nfter Decembe...

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. — 12 November 1902

. f3&!SSBR ?,-M '".'T'"7 K '."!. ' pf-? . - ' . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J2 J002. v$&VF v"1 ', '? Vf ? HHIBHfrj&affiHi JT, , ft Ml ijfe fjft1 y ? i i fc m- iv;, , - I? 4 Here We fire CHEAPEST aapEST Racket Goods ...IN To;wrt... Tiie Racket store Just arrived, Holiday Goods. Dishes, all kinds, Tinware. Enamoled-waro, Gnlv. Huckets, Gnlv. Tubs, Wash Hoards, Chop Howls, Stovo Pans, Stove Shovels, Turkey Roasters, iVIfMit Cutters, Covered IJuckots, Tin mid Gnlv. Oil Cano, Ten Kettles, Copper nnd Nickel. Ten Kettles, Tin and Grunito, Milk Strnitiers, Ten Strainorn, Flour Strainers, Gravy Strainers, OlotheslLinos, Clothes Pins, sovoral kinds, Sad Iron, threo kindo, A ways Goods to Suit The Closest Buyer. Pants, Overalls, Jumpors, Dress Shirts, "Underwear, Gouts' and Ladios' IIoso, Gloves, Gents' and Ladies', Pencils, Loud nnd Slate, Tablets, Ink and Pencils, Envelopes, "Box Paper to suit Everybody, Half Soles, Shoo Nails, Half-soloing Outfit...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 November 1902

.- .."-!PS)L -jy. r THE SAN ANELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1902. -v. I Sick Headache? Food doesn't dfcpst well? Appetite poor? Bowels constipated? Tongue coated? It's your liver! Ayer'6 Pills are liver pille; they cure dys pepsia, biliousness. 25c. AU drugct'ts. Want jonr tnouiuehc or burd a bwutUul brown or Hch black? Then uie BUCKINGHAM'S DYEfeGKl? I. IJCTt e0uanT. 61 W. P. HiUACO.t MlNw. N H. OYSTERS Ik aij- Styms At PHI LIPPI'S, Short order and regular menh, loo Every thing In serison and the best the marlcet af fords at nil times fj.R. Gilberts f A Groceries, Grain and A. A Hay, Glassware, Enanv . A clcdwarc, Ouccnswarc, Jj. C and Racket Goods, JL L Phono 170 JJ.. gmnmmimiiimmmmmg lWOODYftRD.1 Cord Wood, 3 S Uord Wood Sawod, 3 5 Cord Wood Sawed 3 and Split. S Call up phone 19, 3 1 6. H. RUST. 1 DriliBfl wells. I 8 1 am prepared to draw n CASING, PUMP PIPEnnd g f and clean out OLD WELLS. 8 also prepared to shoot wells 5 My business is WELLS and strictly ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 November 1902

jf -- 'jjjWyiff lpMP'r ?V f --; qyywtw.. - - JtM ifftun .7'r7.'iii 111 wiwfi 1 , Ti rV.rl.l-tf'i 1" ,..,7 77; ""' '1 . '" ""'"'" lo I,', SWIIIIII . ..I' "'" ''"" P"M ' a.-vrMfrn " '" ' jT. '7 T-r--- ; -,- 1 . - . rrr- - l WStmmKFWfW, "" . HZ I "inn Me'"'!" uiammni-mmmmiimm 1 frHBBV - - T ) it JjfM Z fffi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1902, j-m GEESi' lHSl Reduced Prices During the Carnival on ! Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. v I' Hi t t i tlTH w 11- !i& ' I -J .ft' iHfi Sm' lii ". 1 I! W lit iv fif Men's Suits, $5.00, JfG.OO, $7.50, $10 00, $12.50 nml $15.00. Tht'Ho suits nro worth from $1.50 to $.50 por suit moro tlinii wo nro nsking. Men's Overcoats. $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, $10.00and $12.50 in lend ing mnterinls mid colors. Those nro special prices for this wook. Men's Ulsters, Long Conts with Liu g" Collars. $11.50, $5.00, $7 .50, $3 . 50, 10 .00, $12 .50 and $15.00 . Wo gunrnnteo theso to bo $1.00 to $1.00 hotter than you enn buy nnywhero in Sa...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 November 1902

v. 3 AV THE SAN A-MGF.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, J902. -f-J .! ??-y M A"! 'ir- MARCH BROTHERS '. qANTA fl.AHqi & " AAA. -- - ' A A W 3 S AT $f X3$ - '$ .. H - - p -B. - W - - aaata W 1 f -Si" && m .!& 1 TO W m m Wv Largest. Assortment We Ever Handled, I PRICES RANGING FROM FIVE CENTS TO TEN DOLLARS ... Something for the Babies, for the Boys and Girls, Youths, Young Ladies and Men, Middle Aged and for the Old, Send in Your Orders by Mall. Merchants' Orders Solicited. mi m m HXtr-X - w v''WV WVVVV'V VV8 STOCK NEWS. I liVWWW 'SWWA A B (Continued From Second Pnge.) (year's growth, of, course.) We had the pleasure of examining eoino of these wools recently, and they were remarkably light, well grown, clean and line, of good staple, and strong. They would grado a good high x and would shrink not more than 01 percent. At 20 cents per pound, grease cost, they would cost, clean, 55 cents. At 21 cents in the grease, they would cost about o cents, clean...

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

" '.MlPliJCjjW II litum' "v - i " -"''UMllit"" HiUMMMiii fJM nr- ,' ft'MU'KIII'!. I'l1 " ' JA'yjptpwK'? pwHpap THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J2 1902, Ks&mikiv p mm ....... IB IK If' I " I '" JL 'if to' O NOT THE CHEAPEST, "A Kussinn Opticnl Specialist has decided tlint contrary to tlio general opinion, electric light ploys less linvoc with tlio eyes thnn otlior forms of artificial light. He bases his de ductions on th" fnct thnt disease litid damage to the eye nro m. proportioned to the frequency of the closure of the lids. Ho Jl? found thnt the lids close in a minute 0.8 times with candle JH light; 2.8 times with gns light ; '2.2 times with sun light mid 1.8 times with electric light." Scientific American. With our now ntul enlarged plant wo are now prepared to furnish light to every residence in the city. There is no con venience about a house that gives greater satisfaction to the housewife than the electric light. Wiring, fixtures and lamps cos...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 November 1902

?tyit&1t'i ,-tiW$ 3J? rvt", SFVi mm .fit 4 &t rx EES2K sasssaas? I '! T A 'J .' I Mi m VOL 6, NO, 45, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1902 Entered In the Sim Anittlo I'nit O'fleo n Secoml-cliUMnull tnattur. ?- o me Cj q2qZ 5 J a I ARE j National Live 5tocK. CO O ? ommissiora LOo Capital StocK Paid Up $300,000.00 Tenders an Unexcelled Ssnico that W8S the Confidence and Loyai Support of Exacting Shippers MONEY 10 191 OH TEX TEXAS AGENTS. "Wm. Ragland, San Antonio John Lovelady, Colorado ,. "W. "Westbrook, Waco C. A. Sroome, San Angelo Ireland Ifiampton, Fort WortH Tho3. J. ZooK, Amarillo O. K. Williams, Midland UNION STOCK YARDS CHICAGO '2B;2i25'SCTSrtfS & COMING THREES 5 IHK? Ui.3KLBl CAB) C A I C i "11 Ui-iJL.lj Well bred, well grown, well colored, good con' dition and plenty of grass and watu.' to run them through the winter Delivery April HO, at San Angelo Stock Pens, Write wire or phone, c a i Z.--A " - - - . --.j . $& Phone, Office, 305, ...

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. — 19 November 1902

riiy'fa'Baa,ff ?r - :'?; t.i , ) 2 ' ' ' " ' ' ' "" " " si 4 Wt ' v. yq. y. lu w. lferaOTTOOTra THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER "Never Have Them Now Said a well known stockman in conversation, referring to thoso troublesome hurting and crawling saddles. "The Reason Why ' was because he bought his,., SADDLE of.., A. F. ROSE, A full line of Harness and other leath er goods constantly carried In stock and sola ai ine rawui p""- SAN ANfiELO'S CARNIVAL. :y Krnnk JV'AV V"VwVV 'wVr',VCI STOCK NEWS. "VAmA'W -VWWWW M. E. Pope sold his fine colt to Dr. 0. K. Mays for $125. M. 15. Gilinoro sold to Thomas Ogilvoy 05 head of stock cattle. J. W. Twoodlo is in the city with 7 carloads of fat cows, for nulo or shipment. Fat cows am soiling in Sterling county at $17 to $18 and feeder bulls at $20 to $28. Ed Duggan, Jr has gono to the San Saba country on a sheop Inly ing expedition. T. S. Sharpo went with him. Payno & Joiioh sold to J. II. Itoiloy of Ozona a registere...

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. — 19 November 1902

S H.t THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J9, 190?. AVOId CXpOSUrC JKiteffc"'"". nd then k chc-.torimVeucugiV,." ""'coub'. rmou FROST KING fh70,Ve;,i -w a "MU for Men nnd Dov MlDE Of CHlMOIt tlHO WITH fimtL t-KUb r QUEEN feW,.,. HIOEOFCHIVOIJCOUIItDWITHfUIlia iRti.DirrtiT colors (Tailor Made) .i?'.';'.v".".rcrn:,,e",l"pthctntireuppfrrPf 1 h.Jhi T.l-i'.. "'.Tr1?' .,hrM.,. "' "! bck. Woven fabrics do rot . , Y , ,ul " I'ouyanuKeep body and keep out the cold. cjimaics, Cliitnf( tU.T tt I !.. i.' t i i.. tfif ftprilflttr In fUtrtntm, (tip you nj tK'iiVi., Jiv. P ' nnown. fhitK n4rm. ) ..111 I i. Mideby Bauer & Black, chicoCO, v. s. a Tor ..o IT.' Concho Druo Store San Angelo, Texas. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Send Chest or BustJMeasure. "The Onkcs" 1h still as popular as ever with those desiring pleasant room, comfortably furnished, and in a central location. Mrs. A. S. Carr is still the appreciated hostess. Mr. and Mrs. W K. Shipman, of Colorado City, hav...

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. — 19 November 1902

'J'sspaassjt. ., r - i .v v ' b ? - fr THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, U DNFSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 1002. -iv, ., & ?c '!' if . a . I! i.fri.. Wfr., L Id ?' M i V i FA ' United States 2767 The First National Bank, San Angelo, Texas, Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 Geo. . Webb, Tres. W. 5. Kel'ey, Vice Pres. C. II. Tolvell. Cashier. Change TO TIU5 PUBLIC: Rv iiniiiiiiiiiiiis vote of tlio tlio niinio has been chnnged from Concho Nutioiinl Hank to Ihe First National Bank of San Angelo, Texas. Thnro has boon no change in ownership, or management. Wo solicit all classes of good accounts. Thanking tin- pub lic for tlio patronage of tlio past, and asking a continuance of tlio Hiuno for the future, wo reniain, Yours verv truly, OEOKGK E. U'HBB, President. WM. S. KELLY, Vice-President. C. II. POWELL, Cashier. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Insiiud Wcdncsdny Mornlmtfl. Oflloo of l'ufo Mention, (Jlmdlmurno Street Opposite Mays UulldltiK. Toloplimio 211 P. E. TRULY, Ed...

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. — 19 November 1902

THE SAN ANGFLO PRFSS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, J907. 5 A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach, a bad digestion, a bad Hver. Ayer's Pills arc liver pills. They cure con stipation, biliousness, dys pepsia, sick headache. 2Sc. Atl druzzliU. Ynt your mouiticb" or bfarJ a bttutKul brown or rich blck? Thn nuniriNRUflM's nYFTsr,?! , lOeti troivMtn n . wu Co.. mw i H. SAN ANGELO'S CARNIVAL. (Continued from Third Pnge.) 1 lie Poultry Show. By no means the lenst, and, to OYSTERS Is Att. Styles At PHI LIPPI'S, 'jort orderi nnd regular tnenli too Kte'jr tbing In season nnd the best the tnii-l:ct ' fords at nil times fr$x$pfc$ - & .I.K.Iiihprtfcia KM I M fl Mm J Groceries, Grain and 1-1 l-lrr W"i . 4 1UV. lHMtYUl. """'r 43. clc Jware, Quccnswarc, Jj- and Kac ct ooods, jz. , Phono 170 j. mnmiiwrnimiimmmnv. W00DYflRD r Cord Wood, 2 S Cord Wood Sawud 3 ; Cord Wood Sawed 2 jp and Split. 3 S Ca op pjonc J9, 6 H RUST 1 wumiiiuuuuiiumuuuuufS O2Ot)&ICa0DaCSKK)O Drilled w...

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. — 19 November 1902

" fRwaswaagu. ?- IK-.' v ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 1902, Sai&zxz- rV.r , ' V '""'". f jk v J v SANTA CLAMS AT MARCH BROS. m Largest Assortment PRICES RANGING FROM FIVE CENTS TO TEN DOLLARS . . . Something for the Babies, for the Boys and Girls, Youths, Young Ladies and Men, Middle Aged and for the Old. Send in Your Orders toy Vail. m Merchants' Orders iv 3 'JfcVUrt. Must Increase Rates. On account ot tin increase in exnenses caused by h ichor wanes demanded by the Printers' I'mon And a largo increaso in oircula tion, Tint I'rt'88 will bo compelled to increase advertising rates after Decombor 1st Tho present rates are inadequate and this increase becomes a necessity. However, tho increase in our circulation adds to the valuo of our space to ndverhsors and is fully justified even if there was no increaso in the expenso necessary to publico tion of the paper. Wilson Heaters, Hogolstoin. -Barbed Wire at Pindlater's . First-class plumbing, only...

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. — 19 November 1902

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1902. Rgsnaif n mmmm i vatA 2CJk2?a5 CAST YOUR LOT IN 0NGELO HEir The most healthful sirable part of the city, from dirt nud disease de Free germ?, originntuig m nud emanating from the city, the elevatiou be ing above the top of houses in the main town . The water works mains have been com pleted, and are now in use. I will sell a few more choico plats before prices are increased. Have houses and lots for sale in other parts of the city. Also, desirable lands in the country. Fivo room house for sale in Angelo Heights Small cash payment and easy terms. U. G. Taylor, Real Estate." Taylor Building. Rooms 8 and io. COLORADO CATTLE. Heavy Run of Fat Cows to be Shipped From That Promising and Prosperous Section. Colorado, Texas, Nov. 10. John Carlisle sold 800 yearling steers to Abney Hros., of Borden county, nt private terms. F. 15. Abney, manager of the ranch in Borden county, re ports the range in Hue condition and cattle...

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. — 19 November 1902

T" rW8tgSgp. 5w5 r ws ra W&' WV twr '-, THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 J902, 8 :i5tf&f2xz- y-w, rwp nmn 1 1 ii 1 1 Jul in nil i mi . r- i.wflU',itFmtf j'.ti Rrrf"BiUAViHjaBKnHKiiffinHmnnBnKsiraipxprv'i S,i'i B,.. - ,ir,41T-M.fiiBSSS - -, i v . " rr'i & W- i Efr S NOT THE CHEAPEST. BUT THE BEST. "A Russian Optical Specialist 1ms decided that contrary p to tho general opinion, oloctric light plays less havoc with tho eyes than other foriiiB of artificial light. Ho bases hisde- tductions on th fact that disease and damage to the eye are proportioned to the frequency of the closure of the lids. Ho z, found that tho lids close in a minute (5.8 times with candle light; 2.8 times with gas light ; 2.2 times with sun light and 1.8 times with electric light." Scientific American. B W With our new and enlarged plant we arc now prepared to furnish light to every residence in tho city. Thero i no con (S3) venience ahout a house that gives greater sati...

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. — 26 November 1902

-i.".t 'TZ&tfmNr W' I VOL 6, NO. 46, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26, 1902 EntcrcdinthcsnnAmteiorouomcea, ' -i K ' Second clnMtrnnll matter. SATISFACTORY SELLING SERVICE National I HHMHHHHHHHHHHi Live Stock Commission Co. TEXAS AGENTS: Wm. Ragland, San Antonio John Lovelady, Colorado J. W. Westbrook, Waco C. A. Broome, San Angelo Ireland Hampton, Fort Worth 0. H. Williams, Midland Thos. J. Zook, Amarillo CHICAGO Union Stock Yards Glnsscock County Election. Garden Citv. Texas, November 0 GliifrK'fick uintv officials: County jiulgv, J. W. Holder; dis trict and county clerk, Wm. Han sou ; sheriff and tax collector, W. J. Shank; tax assessor, Win. Gird wood ; treasurer, D . M . Lovelace ; commissioners, W. E. Chaney, R. R. Newland, Dick Coffee and W. B. Edwards. Santa Fc Surveyors Near Llano. Llano, Texas, November 14. During the past week a party of surveyors of the Santn Fe railroad have been looking ovt4? the coun try between Lampasas and Llano with a view...

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. — 26 November 1902

" "."fVBRSEft. i 1 ' Hi-i rtTO rwv- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1002. 2 i ' rA J I miv jit Eft iMHr7A " - -2SSi3SS vVfs'VA'V ."V'V'V'V'V'V '"V,v,V I STOCK NEWS. I VAm'W'W "WWWW Currie Bros, sold to Whit Skin ner two oars of fat cows nt $18. Tlio Bronte Herald reports the Halo to Ed Haniling by J. J. Itob biiis of four head of fat cattle, at $12.00. Tlio Concho Ilorulcl reports the purchase, by S. Roach, from II. M. Brown, of -ir head of stock cattle and thruo horses for SUOO. The Press learns from a coin potent source that the prices paid in the recent wool transactions ranged, for the bulk, from 111 to Uff. Tom Sims, of South Concho, recently bought from Bird & Jlortz, n six section ranch in Schleicher county, one section deeded, the balance leased. Mr. Sims has placed considerable im provements on the ranch already, and aims to stock it with about 420 head of cattle for the winter, tho grass being very good. Con mdoration ifUOOO Live Stock F...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 November 1902

t i " i B4E9N 3 . "1 THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, i 902. !.- V ' I ' . t "nam T-O J- . .. ....'. A ...'....'. .. A . X Jl .A. J. .i. .1. .... J. tfW -- ill ILSctiwartz&Go.i I J. 'vMJ Avoid Exposure Keep the chet, luck and throat warm, and then will be little dancer of colds, coughi, pneumonia C-rrtorlim trouble!. ' FROST KING MftZft". rioE of ntsoii wed turn rurntt FROST QUEEN f0n,u M1DE OF CHIHOIJ COTEREO WITH fUNKtl ID ill DIFFEREKT COLORS (Tailor Made) Thfe vcH are made to keep the entire upper poi lion of the lodjr warm the throat, chct and back. Contractor Bud Carpenter is pushing the handonio new resi deuce of P. J. Wuertemburg on Harris avenue to completion. -Lender cook stoves, McAlpine Rnln or Shine. Now, don't forgot the public library reception, given by the Woman' Club. Thursday, Nov. from 1 to 10 p. interessing feature Tho voting ronton Disc and Walking Plows, 'contest, gotten up by the young at Hagelstein's. I vs. Com" bring a b...

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. — 26 November 1902

? l?- " -'rr"WZ?U ra.v 1 ,L vvvHHHB S:"i T r WftrW " t . ,t& f V ' jx r '.' ir j "wj"5 j af'!w fcmmflun'inimw' '" ft1 fcAtj iH-.tr3!B'.4. r JW. $ t ft" -ES 'JA THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1002. .Ml M 3j r M -kM H f' V i R r., "",'. ' ?, United States 2767 Tta First National Bank, San Angclo, Texas, Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 Ceo. L. Webl, Pres. W. S. Kelley, Vice Pres. C. II. Polvell, Cashier. Change TO TK PUBLIC: ,, , , , , By mmnimotiH vote of tlio shareholders of this bank, tlio niinio Iiuh been changed from Concho National Bank to 'The First National Bank of San Angelo, Texas. Tlioro has boon no change in ownership, or management. We solicit all classes of good accounts. Thanking tlio pub lic, for tlio patronage of tlio past, and asking a continuance of tlio saino for tlio future, wo remain, Yours vorv truly, GEORGE E. WKBB, President. WM. S. KELLY, Vice-President. C. H. POWELL, Cashier. THE SAN ANGELO PRES...

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