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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 November 1902

(53SV4T f i. rv""!"ss7ru. . ,---- W !! I II MllHlllH wtfHMR Mirf . i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1902, .... , r- .". . ' S 1 ' -..-- - t - ... . . - Wl- X f'K ' h ' ' ! ; vwr: " -try" -TlWWr JMKMayim "" rvr - - t'atc. ' r,ns i -"vttt; n.-v- - rf '.i-s.ie.syyTessNSBSimB'M.. i ...;:s , .a (iru.; m .i'vl 'inr wm,m " .t j-'iMJintip . z - - .jpiim. iius!nwivqrHPPWvipir !i' rv h.- st r i jhi i in '-' " G m li'w. 'i r LM 1 1 I I rwea There is a Best In All Things And most nil peoplo want tho best niul buy tho best when tho host don't cost uny more than tlio inferior. Now you know at u glunoo wo nro going to spring tho shoo question on you, bociuiBO you know wo arc agents for Hamilton iirown, and you know Hamilton Brown ninko tho best line of footwear in America or anywhere olso. Our freight receipts show that wo soil moro shoes than any other house in San Angelo. A fow of our favorite numbers of this grent lino is The Hamilton, A shoe for Ladies, made of...

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. — 26 November 1902

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1902. "bmib ManiHMiMmmnBBISBBB Thanksgiving Dinner. Is all the more enjoyable when the linens arc in keeping with the importance of the occasion. When it comes to linens you find one of our strong points, Linens and napkins are here in abundanccfinc imported ones, medium grades, and the cheap ones, No need to do without the pretty Thanksgiving lind ens, fo dear to the heart of every housewife, Come here and sec. Fine Linen Table Damasks. 72-inch Pure Linen Bleached Damask, handsome open design, napkins to match, per yard $1.00 72-inch Pure Linen Blenched Damask, beautiful Ro man pattern and border, per yard . . . $1.25 72-inch Bleached Mercerized Damask, diamond pat torn, with floral designs, per yard 85c 72-inch Bleache.1 Mercerized Damask, design of grapes in bunches, per yard 7SC OS-inch Bleached Linen Damask, clover leaf pattern, per ynrd 65c 01-inch Half-Blenched Linen Dninnsk, iloral pattern, per ynrd 50c 00-inch...

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. — 26 November 1902

'tVh ' r (. '. ' , if l 1 . 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1902, vr? 11 !W le. 4 M ft' K fil ;: ilif: ' ', mw mmWBBBBBBBBSBm NOT THE CHEAPEST, "A Hussion Optical Specialist hns decided tlmt contrary to the general opinion, electric light ploys less havoc with Mm r.v(.o Mum nthnr forms of artificial Hunt. He boses hisde- m auctions on tli" fnct tlmt disease and damoge to the eye are K proportioned to the frequency of the closure of the lids. He $ ? ?,,,, ,1 fJmt. Mm liiln plo.a in n minute 0.8 times with candle light; 2.8 tunes with gas light ; 2.2 times with sun light and ? B 1.8 times with electric light." Scientific Amencon. B With our new and enlarged plant we are now prepared to W I) furnish light to every residence in the city. There is no con- W venience aliout a house tlmt gives greater satisfaction to the 0 & hmiKLwifi! than the electric light. Wiring, fixtures and lamps m. W cost only $2.00 for each light, and the rate for a four room ....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 November 1902

m)Aisujtm Canton Disen nt trn.jelstt'lll's 5. Cox, o lfciC'g,8,at,,re oi tho slate II rOR THE-BALt- u rduy to en Supplement to fc San CTnailo press. San Angclo, Texas, November 26, 1902. No, 46 Vol, 6. II. it or to) wo. art Pri V nen of J onu of VI least uie l-nsco, the Jut short of earB and o" iu i ii is citv ANOTHER GOOD MAN of At the Opera House. . . .i l. .... !,. At Uio opera iiwubu unu Ashley Rnoli f!fimimnv lias u urogram for tho balance of tlio week that is certain ta l)o 11 source of de lighfto thoator goers. Tho com- kmiiv a 11 rnnilv ('fliai)IlHllUU Hi ORIENT PEOPLE HERE. Pnr San Aneclo- Judge Garland Paint Rock to Locate Here In ' the Near Future. I . -. ir -ii 1 :..r-...' .IllOgO U. 11. Uimuim iiiM'iiiin , panv IB uiruiiiiy uohiuuo" .. ,,u dint lwi itill iiwivn to Sun Anno-' twmnlup fnvnr iinil when woeiiuni lo in tho near future, with lite orate tho good tilings yet to bo family, when-ho will continue in produced the public can see that tho real estate and commission t...

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. — 3 December 1902

".r rIyrs "W .:K s '.'"f"""" "" hl""1 . .... -Tllll 3eE 'W J'lTF m -i A. ' '; "n -t-v vjj,.- 5 V w ; i' IA 't ' yW' '( '4 At - it-i VI -ATI 7&U A' 111 ' f T,.,s n j ! h J: '5 1 H -A i . 5 VOL 6. NO, 47, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC, 3, 1902 Entered In the Sun Anuclo I'oUOnicn as Sccoml-cIns Mill matter. I ! '1 J-Jj-' Vj yT .'Is' t There is None Better! NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. Capital Stock Paid Up $300,000.00 Has won the Confidence and Support of more than . TEN THOUSAND PATRONS at the Combined Markets. READER, it Pays to do Business with. Us. MONEY TO LOAN ON TEXAS CATTLE TEXAS AGENTS. Wm. Ragland, San Antonio Ireland Hampton, Fort Worth John Lovelady, Colorado O. II. Williams, Midland J. W. Weitbrook, Waco Thos. J. Zook, Amarillo C. A. Broome, San Angelo Bas09socac:(soasooo9Cooccscoco&ai3saCXEOC9oeoetio) B, Co JACKS . . . WOOL, S Offlcci Moreh Ores. 5 Phono 30S. I Roaldanco, Phono 3S B IF YOU WANT YOUR STUFF SOLD, E IF YOU WANT BARGANS, SE...

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. — 3 December 1902

l. lfi ru w,w' lii yt'A. ! i "t.V U fJU-. MiA ,11 -. WO - ,V- " . ny x t-f ux THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, J002. . . . 7 ' ' ' ' ' IO V ' r ' ' " ' i I t 2 0W ' i Yi y..T IV i,-A U I I f I 1 I m Hilt m ii t 1 SlraMMi 1 1 liJIl r I ' Ml 1 A $ v U ffljfiffliffi ''Never Have Them Now" Said n well known stockman in conversation, referring to those tronlilesoine hurting anil crawling paddles. "The Reason Why" was because bought his,., SADDLE of,.. A. P, ROSE, !an ttgclo, TeXo5 A full tine of Harness and other leath er goods constantly carried In stock and sold at tne lowesi prices. wmmmmmmMmmmm St. Louis Market. Xat'l Stock Yards, J lis., December 2, HJ02. Special to Tlio Press: i Receipts liberal, market strong; ' good grass cows, S2.70 to S-MKJ. j Choice little higher; good grass. sto'-rsSUGO to SH.iiS; bulls S2 GO to St.' .HG ; good heavy calves $10 j to SIL'.GO per head. Outlook fair, i Nat r. i.ivh Stock Com. In. I! Iei)ifS(jnted in San Angela by C...

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. — 3 December 1902

w'UPi'1' -i. -.., &l r?5 THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1902. S.Tf.-'jP "'Vf W3hJ' lW .- ',--:,"- i .'ji m i -'. j.v :.. , '-?'' ;7WTOfliiPHEHi!! ', r "" -r-t i w 'WUMS!i T" IMBP'IBndlSSBr jre f "' vr . j . . n r - . JMfc j ..M.i -tn: . ' u Tmmaa ,i t. vv &.'"? i rii?nF-"r - - --- JMt M. ,, .- , v , See ' ' 'fin ' l-lm kL. Wfiite Pine and Tar Penny Photos Every Saturday at Gallery, nmv located on church Mock. I Efcpectoraijfc. This is a remedy that cures by remov ing the cnuse. It is n soothing, lienling expectorant remedy. It tiniulif" the i cretions, it heals the inflamed and irritated surfaces, it loosens the cough It does not drug a cough into silence as narcotic remedies do, it stops the cough only when tho cause is removed. You certainly want coughs curt-din that'way. It is pleas ant to take, it is equally good for children or adults. It is economical to use be cause you get a liberal quan tity for the price and be cause it cures. It i...

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. — 3 December 1902

-fif- yy - HmMMaanMnv ""v- wwmti. Ky THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY! DECEMBER 3, J002. ""wrsrr" ' (- if ' i Rf li ff B.i i H i i ! i t it' ; i 14 41 I 4 i 4: United States ZVG7 The First National Bank, San Angclo, Texas, Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 Oeo. . Webb, Tres. W. S. Kelley. Vice Tres. C. II. Tolvcll, Cashier. Change TO TK I'l'lHilO: Ry mianimoiiH vote of the Hiiareliolders ot tins DniiK, tho na'nie has been changed from Concho National Hank to Ihc First National Bank of San Angelo, Texas. There has been no change in ownership, or management. We Holieit all classes of good accounts. Thanking the pub lic for the patronage of tho past, and asking a continuance of the same for tho future, we remain, Yours verv truly, GHORGK E. VKI5B, President. WM.S. K15LLY, Vice-President. C. II. POWELL, Cashier. is TOTOw MTOWMTO THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Iiuei1 Wrrtnesdny Mornlnm. Oftlcr of I'uli Mention, ciiiiilliiiurnu Street. Opposite Mnys IIuI...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 December 1902

'"jjwj? 'Km?? rT' ;ws5' v-rl T4T ' t.i'iyi jf '"VH -''',,.-...,,.. i-.i'' ', THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1902. ,HMHFViP' plfPPWP' " " fWsstSk Constipation Does your head ache ? Pain back oF your eyes? Bad taste in your mouth? It's your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure consti pation, headache, dyspepsia. 25c. All ilrugglfts. brown or ncli lilnrk" Mici it BUCKINGHAM'S DYEM&r. VA tit tnilt m..1 ll.ial.aa t - . . ...... tiOCM 0eUltTt, O W . Hnt A tt., " H M OYSTERS Ix A i.i. 9tyi.f.s At PHI LIPPI'S Short order and regular incnN too Kery thing In ncnvin nnd tlio best the marliet ! fords at nil timet. i jyujiiDm&ja - fi inritfc f;i.in nnl n p w.ww., wtutu uiiia j. A riay, Olasswarc, tinam' A &, cicdwarc, Wucenswarc, A A and Rac ct Goods, A L Phono I TO jj. IWOODYflRD 1 H Cord Wood, S Cord Wood Sawod, 3 5 Cord Wood Suwed 2 r aud Split. 3 S Ca op phone 19, 3 I 6. H. RUST I muiiimimiuhmmmiuiik asoaea eaetoeas Drilled Weils. I am p...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 3 December 1902

-v-r-r4- wrase mm W & v3 6 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, J902, "-SaWE-acru ' ' ( - - - V V I ft-! i ., I l i i ?.i it. m IW p ' i !M r--tt.i?rfcizFzrx2&aax , . vM-i jx-a- -tcju. "j t t-y; J(i 8 1 WEDDING GIFTS MsMESSS In the form of Clocks, Watches, or Jewelry, ways desirable and acceptable, Let us show you our stock, 2S955K3 f -srsz.v-TKy "A-r.iXZlZ GfirSA.E & fl&M K M5 it-Oi I VtJ . - KV I ..LMJ.. ' Vl Vr" Silverware il u .. 9m "1 Cl&V 4 mWYTWrrrGSTTOK ' yV A dark background k -f A always requires a brilliant setting. Wc t ft have both the back' n 1 a ground and the set jj tings, and after you S L 1 have once seen our J. - S Diamonds you will fam -f J y& ,cndbybuyW$ Jw J7 itairchcrc, '$ L I took , Sr I p.d.leffel 1 tt fc U Sherman & B , Miss Margaret wriht follow-led to nuv their reject, to TTTTIT ' H f f T TTf TIT tTTTIT TTT TIT f?HT? TTTHT TM T!TT!T TTT T!!T f f T TTTT1 T THZS led witli a pleasing piano solo and SNhat...

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 December 1902

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1902. I Grand Roping Carniv a! I San flnoelo rnoay odiiircidy, . Texas, DEC. 26-27, 1902. FRIDAY, First Day. Entrance Fee $10.00 First Money, $250, Second Money, $100, Third Money, $50, Second Day, A matched team contest between John Hewett and Sred Baker, of San Angelo vs, Joe Gardner and Clay McGonagill of West Tom Green Each Man to Rope Five Steers. Purso $1000.00. Contests will be pulled off at 2 p. m. each day. This will be the hottest and the greatest roping carnival ever pulled off in the world the participants are all record makers and record breakers, Fifffuxrafl 'fliwMrwriTrwmimTW Harvey Logan Sentenced. Knoxville, Tonn Xm. 20 ITnrvi'y Logan, tin- ail'-gl Mon tana train robbi-r, was today yiVnH ton sentences, aggregating 1130 years. Eight sentences are tor 'fifteen years each, to be served eoncu'rrontly. and two sentences arc for five, years each, to l)o served concurrently. This reduces Ins sentence to twenty...

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. — 3 December 1902

.Wwrwi&w 3 " j,-sv 4 .Mlk.1 V ,-;,sj HA THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1902, 8 nc v 'LWEE&'V'TOwYK.TOXHiHBnfisGZl u MRU . n 1 K 11 I i I I tmmMnnnMMMinMMMMMMHMMxMXMnitiiii The Bishop Lltcrnry and Scientific School. business School. Tuition I'cr Month, Scholarship. I'ropnrntory Dcpurltnunt I5' Commercial Ilopiiftmcnt . H'0 liimlct HlKticr MuthemntlcN Hhorthnnrt nml Typcwrltlnif tlM iitul pclenucH tf.W Hlwrthiiml nliine 3.' ()0 For further information or special terniB apply to... g J. E. Riahnp, RagHlnlo Kldg.. Snn Aiifjflo, Texas, g 3 Ilccotnmemlntlons iiucl Heferenceslf Di-tlrcd j J)nMIIIIWlllllIMW.WW DISIIOP SI'ALDINd ON QUESTIONS OF Till! DAY. "Focialism and Labor and Other Arguments." by Rishop Spalding. MoClurg it Coinpany, Ghiongo. I Even as the every day thinking man supposes that Henry George proposed an iimneiiHO injustice to the farinerH by the imposition of a tax upon land instead of land values and the average back boneless nouspa...

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. — 10 December 1902

jjZSSSS&ZSZxS? UJL K ,Uiver4tv T ? T n r r tu 'wn wr jby win jwm m m & m mr Ar sm. j a ".mam.i MWMiJ-. ,T '' tMtMfMIJtf M TfJl- W W J7 ' W iuii' . if or av nt mm m mj m m r jbj ar jbw m Bk v M . U tssun b j jmm m m. m w w .ml h m ii i m m jr tmw m m i . i mar mb k;?emb '? I I I I U;Bl 1 4 id - i C VOL 6, NO. 48, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC, 10, 1902 Entered in ti,c8nD a nKMoiwonico. 'lV$ 'J ' "" Second cliunmall mutter. ' KMH ' '! ( t . '.'JH -$ VOL 6, NO. 48, Selling NATIONAL Solicits ify' "V tho tytonntioiml hivo Stock ox- tlio enrlv months of spring, when 'JR? ' a B. position, but tho thousands of tho weeds nro exortinir n dontninr.- THKT ni n dktb haibm k -'Sl Wm. Ragland, San Antonio John Lovelady, Colorado J. W. Westbrook, Waco C. A. Broome, San Angelo fl Union Union Stock Yards Chicago yS (f ll IJlMTrMl' VVtti I 4.. (Hum mm!m!mmmmMm:mwm$mmm J. P. DAQQCTT, PREB, AND OCN. MGH. T. n. WHITE, TUBS STERLING P. OUARK, VIOK PnES, J NO R. GRANT, SCO. J....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 December 1902

Kh "' 2 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER to, tOO?. -VV k, y3S.Sg:: T- w-. ,TO 1 VaSfc I 1 ma m Cheapest Largest Line of - ww j vv . .. ..,-. , v i v v.M:.N4r..;vv:vyywvv v:vMyvvr.vu-rv.vv Holiday Goods, Come early and get Just what you want Remember the Place, - Tie Racket Store, Money In Circulation. The pay roll for wage-) on tlio Landon Hotel contract amounted to nearly $700 last week, while the Orient railroad grading work's pav roll is Hiiid to run between $1500 and $2000 weekly. Several other building contracts in and about the city, add from $500 to $1000 weekly to the above amounts, and tills is the reason why "there's something doing" in "rfan Angelo. With the many people who are earning and! spending these largo sums of i monev, The Press is by far the most popular paper, and its cir culation among them the greatest. With the majority of them, it h the only paner 'they read, and most .San Angelo advertisers re- alie this and govern themselves ac...

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. — 10 December 1902

. H3 THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JO, J902. H i I llirllMBWPi MliMWBHBMrfki1 ' w www P 'PWWIillllliM pi Wm f fflw mlmmm wa'M,,vw'WFr:- -? -- -iwar'MiGHHnrraMMBCRVBHwnnii'' fvjv-, t -"I (F-.."''T""Vv;' josb- '. wv3Hre'TCTHurn,i?K''w1' ' ''"'iT-i-wj -;,-i T..rT. (? .,. , .v-ii'c'' vrtp-''' " t , -'wamMin 3 I 3 R75KH .'il 1 BWJ IK v lassu & 5 Chance 8 biHSJ Hj tft itf Tdl JfHP Hk p t "Sflfll "TftMB H H FOR ALANC ! "B31 $10.00 A MONTH. A 4 Ifooiji Motase, IN SPENCER Dry Goods, Glothlno. at m L2sd hi H M- Wright Dealer in New and Second Hand Furniture and House Furnishing Goods, We Repair, Pack, Store and Transfer Furniture at Reasonable Prices. We Rent Furniture, Stoves, Etc, Call and see ur. Pt ML Wright PHONE 158, -I am supplying my crenm nml milk from my own Jersey cows nml I propose to give you the best to be had. II A. Wooton, the Ice Crenm & Cold drink caterer. 113-tf Balllngcr Items. Ilallinger Dec. 9. Ballinger was in darkness Saturday an...

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. — 10 December 1902

1 ''' 4 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JO, J002.5 It I u n fe't i; Hi ft. fc. t? In ft 1 1 r mmmmmmmm$mm&mmm$m United States CZ7G7 The First National Bank, San Angelo, Texas. Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 Qco. E. Webb, Tres. W. S. Kelley. Vice Trcs. C. If. Tolvelt. Cashier. Change TO TUB I'UHUO: v iimuiiinoiiH vote of tlio the mime Iiiih heon olimwd f'""1 Concho National Hunk to Ihc First National Bank of San Angelo, Texas. Tlioro Iiiih l)onii no ohiinge in ownership, or iiuinntiioiit. We bolicit nil cliiHrii-s of good accounts. Thanking the pub lio for tlio putronugo of tho punt, lind asking u continuanco of tho huiiio for tho future, wo remain, Yours vorv truly, GEOIIGE K. WHBH, President. WM. S. KELLY, Vico-ProHidont. 0. II. POWELL, Oitnhior. yTOraOTTOra THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. IhmiciI Woilnesdnv Mornlmti Offlcc of 1'iih llontlnn. Uliiiilhimrno Htruut. Oppoiitu Mnj IlulIdlnK. Tilci!nnio Bit P. E. TRULY, Editor nnd Prop...

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. — 10 December 1902

T4 7. !.: THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10, 1902. i ' 'mm 5 -m i i Hi tif f. Gillette is Fortunate. A Monterey special says: Grant Gillette, n former Kansas cattle mnn, lins secured a leuso for S300 on n, mine that is now yielding daily 50 totiB of ore, selected shipments of which have brought S5000 a ton. The property is the Santa Gertrude's mine, which former lessess operated to a con eiderablo extent without results. When Gillette secured the mine lie opened up the wnll of the tun nel every sixty feet for the entire length of the tunnel, developing a bonanza pav streak. Wis dis covery is the latest strike in the Parral district. Huylcr's and Lowncy's. A full line of the celebrated Huylor and Lowney candies, the best made. II. A. Woorrox. tf. Sole Agent. OYSTERS Is Am. Styi.ks At PHI LIPPI'S Short orders nnd reuulnr mcnK too i:cry tiling in season and tho best the market af fords at nil times. lrBBE - - . LK.Ii hRrfftltt w wi.."W warn uuu ja. A, Hay, ...

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 December 1902

WHW IMllJ!IMlj..l,J j'- l " J yp "r ' li "V 6 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELC, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JO, 1902, 1 M fin I ?f r i r St I OP? , -- Father, Husband, 1 Am, "Brother, or "He " W7 Appreciate Nothing Like a... i 1 7V)7?0 Foreman Suit. F have the nobbiest Ii ii" city. Will make tin' price right and guarantee a zs, perfect (It in every instance, 'Get vimr order in early 2 and avoid the holiday rush. 1 W. E. FOREMAN, I gj Tfa CLOTHIER, rr Opposite Nelp London Hotel, San Angela, Texas. S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiaiiiiiiiimir Mr. Albert Wilcox has returned from an extended v i h i t to rela tives and friends ut Waco and Temple. -IlnniH, wholo or part, all kindH of sausage, corned beef, pickled tongues and pigs' feet, at Heitzlor's, phono 28. -LatoHt things in picture frames ut Itagsdalea gallery. 472t. For Sale. 'Three- lots in Morgan Addition, 50xM0 each. See Walter Fore man, at Gantt'ti. Mrs. Georgia Miller and Chan. F. J lull have Hccured part...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 December 1902

ItksHWKSsBI !"WHHi .A,'. .M r .ywir fW"'."- , -i .r",l"l"- 1 '("""?,' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1902. ill $ r i .c yv. ,wi lft IP IP m WASTEFUL ECONOMY While other windmill factories since the advance in price of ma terials are endeavoring by all po-mhle means to redur to a min imum the eiwt f production, the makers of the... SAMSON 0 V Km T XliJ 3$ Ol.-T,.V vx-y. w mtiiuie. in u-ual. to strengthen and in every condition, power and .-ervieejihility. Me- i m On the other liniid other wav better it ,.1,.,,.;.,1l'f it i-i ii1nin4t iniDo-isilile to ilillirove the SailHoll, but ill the items' of ViUelght and Strength, very important ones, as abo in Governing and VAearing qualitios, the Samson not only continues in tin lead, but bus so increased its superiority that' the n-xt best mills are only in the "also ran" class. Compare the weights of tin Salmon, and this only forms one of many points of superiority, with tlnw of other mills, and you will "ii...

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 December 1902

rv. ) THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JO, 1902, 8 r I lb v ITsS! 5" IT I11 WL OE fflw X F , 1 B I l if i JUL jsa BJMfimiiiiii ii V " ' MHiHHHHiHHHHHHHHHHHIIMHfMVHMHHBHnHMBHn' i I Grand Roping Carnival! San flnoelo, Texas, Friday i Saturday, DE6. 26-27, 1902. FRIDAY, First Day. Entrance Fee $10.00 First Money, $250, Second Money, $100, Third Money, $50, SATURDAY, Second Day. A matched team contest between John Hewett and Fred Baker, of SanAngelo II I vs, Joe Gardner and Clay McGonagill, of West Tom Green. Each Man to Rope Five Steers. Purse $1000.00. Contests will be pulled off at 2 p. m. each day. This will be the hottest and the greatest roping carnival ever pulled off in the world the participants are all record makers and record breakers, Pools on sale at Fred Schmidt's Parlor Saloon and T. H. McCloskey's Arc Light Saloon. Glias. ft. Farqiihar, See. H. D. Leifoijreas Sldc-Wnlk Gossip nnd Other Things, (Continued From Fourth Page.) Wo laughed, then fro...

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