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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 December 1902

i , iBBMHMBMMffi lWfW.'fgf&' WMT , " V' . 'i, , .-ivmv; -v "rT'r-W''W9WT7r'J WvtFy" " if , Wii..inM.ii, mvmiMkm iiMli Benzoin Cream. Our Benzoin Cream is a delightful preparation for healing and keeping the skin smooth. For chapped hands and fnce it is unequaled. Wo prepare this, using only the best materials that go to make an ideal preparation. It contains no oil or tjrease of any kind. We will be pleased to refund the price, 25 fonts, if in any instance it is not entirely satisfac tory. Gonclio Driid Store San flnuelo, Texas- t y W V t" yy tt STOCK NEWS. I IA'WA'W 'vaAAaAB C. L. Broome sold to Harris Bros. 180 bulls, 13 big steers and 5 fat cows Tho 09 ranch shipped 25 cars of cattle from this place to the Kansas City market. J. T. Gr.rrtt, of Knicker bocker, shipped some horses to Louisiana last week. Ed Duggan recently purchased from Dick Sollman, of San Saba, 2,000 sheep at p. t. They will be run in Schleicher county. $2.50' Reward For one shorthorn bull (grade), yearling ...

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

frill I IHJIPIIW ' ,!, AP- ' -ii mm-1 to- llHv i 4 a t fStSSnVrME 9 v Tariff ffllHlflMflJUflEdUt vMffifl&ttHn BIIHrr rf5fr HeSL M7 -'X -vr: SV THE SAN ANGET.0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JO, J902. i- r It -S--: Say Neighbor! What are you walking nroilnd with your lip bung down liko u-.Tor.soy calf for? Olieor up, no matter if times do seem a littlo spongy. Oliarly Hull has brought to San Angolo the nicest assortment of fancy jewelry that you huvo over gazed upon and the prices wil tickle you Hour down to your vo.st pockets. Watches 'of tlio best niakfjH on onrtli. Solid Gold, and filled Chios. Will duplicate tlio prices of any retail establishment in the Tinted States. My assortment of jewelry consists of every thing you wish, and I want you to call around and nee what I have to oiler. f At Mrs. Miller's Millinery. $j 7 fjfe Opt)' Robcrsnn's Store. fe ANGELO TO SHEFFIELD. An Interesting Description of the Journey anil Some of the Scenes liuroute. San Angolo, To...

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 December 1902

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. I VOL 6, NO. 50, "'"Vcv MGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC, 24,1902 KntdintiioBaiiAi.wioiNipnieo 'JM QvOJllltCil"r4 111 111 I III ll ICTi j H I ti j . r& ini? but agreeable memories of J 8.4 iAiA . J( ,Sy$ 11...M 1 the old year. ; m - (iin a nr.iii,i 111 'ir .-- ..mm.,. 0.....1... .....:.. ..i.,. .1.:.. . ...- t;. $ VI r "LNM W I .7 ...vfulB o o ox : i BAMttKKS. " - a biiii a iniiii 1 ii ii'i ,..- a Liirisnnns siorv 01 so vciira siku. ........ 1 - e -rit x-rii iwiw tniuiKs to tut? citizens 01 way- snN angizlo, .... -rtzxh . . - , w g X , fhiMhiigy olhce of the 11y-1 villo for their hearty sunport of il iSB. CJiin rWlflJlAf Vtf3JJ illiMHE 1$f V1" ' i,,llll,V ",u. "-" 'B', tin I 'reclamation, into which the "M $ IfllBI IJBlll hII fflflltllll J., thllll t'VLT Oil lhuredliy ot t ! ,nl,tr l,8 thrown llis whole SOlll A. J. BAKER, the Prcrtdentnf lids borne bus been n resident citizen of Bun t W JL UllLI I lU In E JAt III Vim lasf j,,"' Christmas ween,...

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 December 1902

1 .'M,'t'v"Jj-"'a,j" '! ..... nana i AHh-oMflt. ...... JMKBlK' - F-r-, )-' rlBijgf, yrsrni wji-sTsr- -r w?.,'gsw.'ira'1,ISiP, "I" f fknniip '. ji"fjfe fpwjw;vg)-i i" "jv, """s." I t I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, J 902. 1 !.")' uiiiL.-iuMmiW-Lil!J.tW.IUiHBi'Jfflly.miUJ)JWH II' I I HI f VM I I 1 ' ' ' I I HI II I M " III i Fl7 Please agcbdi. My heartiest, imnfc 'grate ful and sincere thanks for your patronage, us well us my very best wishes for a... Merriest Christmas ...ami... Happiest M Year. Your.- truly, Arkansaw Smith, 'Pre Cash Grocer. Tribute to Rev. P. Al. Masters. At a mooting of the member ship of tlio Baptist church hold December 14th, it committee was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the regrets of the congregation and their esteem for their pastor, about to depart fur other fields Tho followingwas re ported and unanimously adopted : Whereas, our beloved pastor, Itev. Frank M. Masters, has re signed his charge lien and accep...

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 December 1902

lMMWWWBWBWlWBiWIHMMilWBagajL-:. . Hi . . anBBaHKBBBrszrl'. .hi J biuiti rm :- - 2fiLiILiiiJE'2l!3L .., -."-- - fUNKV f wT--y7-, I 'MaMMMMMM ,rl. w. .v j , VH ,' f ' , j. rf ' .r (,IU k. & n'-, - '' .'3T?V3 "Jvs"' I i, THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, (902. .M J k! jF. g 1 ! -$-;. THE WORLD MOVES a. And tho bust evidence of the growth of com mon senso is tho growing number of those who have censed buying expensive and useless gim- 1 or.M"k that erve but n he'-tmg pl-:iure and then aiv gone with the memory of the source from whence they came. Nothing could give more pleasure than otue article of FURNITURE Fur personal use, that lasts a life time, and be appreciated and the giver's memory and kind ness cherished for no shorter period. When you are down town, Holiday shopping, drop in to my store and make your selections from my immesne stock of. Mrs. Jafc. Jsifc. &g ly" JJ: Bed Room Suits, Folding Beds, Rook Cases, Combination Cases, Side Boards...

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. — 24 December 1902

fej iiiw TJW(?vt v- ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, J002. llliieP " 1 ; a THE SAN I I t t ! ;tii-' f, MSM 1 i I 03 United States Depositary, 2767 'Tfa First National Bank, San Angclo, Texas. Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 Ojo. L. Webb. J'rcs. W. A. Kelley. Vice l'rcs. C. 11. rolvell. Cashier. Change of Name, TO TIIK IMJMilC: Bv unanimous vote of tho shareholders of tins Imiik, the name Iiiih Immiii changed from Coni'lio National Hunk to The First National Bank of San Angelo, Texas. There lias boon no fliuni?- in ownership, or iniiiiugciiiont. We solicit all classes of good accounts. Thanking the pub lic for tho patronage of tho past, and akmg u continuance of the same for tlio fuliiro, wo remain. Yours verv truly, GEORGE E. W'EBB, President. WM. S. KELLY, Vice-President. C. JI. POWELL, Cashier, g mmmfflmmmm I Central waoon Yard and Transier Line i D. E. GOGREHAM, PropV. ft Freight and Household Good" tranaforrod safely and prompt...

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

--? "- - ,.. r Vr : mmpm wp" l'"v.;1 ... u "7, ti THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1902. mustsamsamsssssSmi. 'I ! i t ! ! 2 Bl: 4&rptRv'Sz- iif.'Mli The. Gallup Saddles have boon on the market for nearly iv third of a century, and are avowing more popular us the yours wo by. Our new catalogues', showing till latest improvements and newest ideas in Saddles and Hirnes, sent free upon application. S G GflWaUPSflDDLERY COVrANY. PUEBLO, COLO. 1 Father, Husband, MSon, "Brother, or "He" IE Will Appreciate Nothing Like a... 2 I 7Sice Toreman Suit. yr. 1 lmvt' the nobbiest 1 in of samples and styles in the eitv. Will make the price right and guarantee a perfect lit ill every instance, and avoid tin- holiday null. Get vour order in early ; i w. E. FOREMAN, Tie CLOTHIER, 5 Opposite Nelp Landon Hotel, San Angelo, Texas. : iuumiuumiiuitmmuuuiiumiuummmiiamiumimt? OYSTER IS AM. StVI.M AT- PHILI PPI'S Short orders and gulir meu! loo llverv thlnir 111 M-'iisciii u...

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. — 24 December 1902

,k.H " THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1902, .', 6 ?! i xrrn FWfXvI Christmas It's the all uliorbing topic, and tho most timely one. Have you niado yours for the ouch you intend making happy? Probably not. You have but a short tinio loft, and you must improve it. You need lose no time, in hesitancy or d'jubt, if you do but one thing, and that is to come straiflit to I R. M. Furniture Store. Here we have many articles of both utility and household adornment, thingH to lie lined and enjoyed every day, an 1 that will be appreciated and remembered by tho recipients. Any article of Furniture for the grown folks and many things for the children, wagons, go-carts, etc. Just drop around we'll not detain you long and you'll go out of tho house u pleased customer, as all ours do. m P It. K. Overton, a good friend of The Press, from Runnels coun ty, passed through Friday mov ing to Glasscock county where ho expects to buy a ranch. Capt. Alexander Macnabb in fro...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 December 1902

fr THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, J002. When You Think I Christmas Keeps everything that is a goad Christinas dinner. !.' will treat vott riirht anl for voiir monov. $s SAN ANGELO CIVIC LEAGUE Constitution Sets Forth Briefly Object of Organization and Pledges Members to Earnest Effort. The Civic League of San Angelo met in the commissioner's court room at the court house Tuesday .afternoon at 8 oclock, twelve members being present, with Mrs. M. 13. Lee, president, in the chair. The recording secretary, Mrs. Frederick Wear, read the- minutes of the preceding meeting, after which the report of the commit tee on constitution, consisting of Mesdames Geo. J. Bird, W. 13. HealdandM. 13. Lee, was read by Mrs. Bird. The report was as follows : Constitution of the Snn Angelo Civic League. AHTiri.K I XAMi: . The name of this organization shall be, The San Angelo Civic League. AUTICI.E II. l'UUI'OSE. Tlio purpose of the League shall bo to turther the improve m...

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

Grand Roping Carnival! Friday i Saturday, 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 San Angelo 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. r-arqimar, Sec. H. D. Leiieijreas. THE GOOD TIME 1 -IS COMING- It you want to enjoy it in the good old 3 S fashioned way, remember that - 3 I Charlie Zenker 1 fcZ 3 gr. - IE: has the good things by the jug full and bottle 2 g fullany quantity, to suit. And remember, 2 r It's as good as they make it. The choicest j 1 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 1 - " " ! i i ,1 ,.i ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 December 1902

, .. ,. ,., . .,-.. -a.e.-;.-.tf...jaiar-"r:;.T: 3- js6r-fl-T - - '" nniiWiHMftHL.W.1 .Jj-."r .4trj0. .sir""" rii'miM i . v '( AJ j. aafoa, "WWilPPWiPlflBF ANGELO SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1902 Kntcrcillnllic Snn Anntlol'u-il Onlcc as Sccninl cltiMnnll matter. .. . at ijemnr9 rr W(r',-r,i " r - , . a .mm .-.. ... Jf - '''WW v t;,1 V7 r-ri , ;?V vv. .V ,, ., ' . t V a t THE SAN PRESS II I, VOL 6, NO. 52. n - SATISFACTORY SELLING SERVICE ; J - BMHHHHHHHHflMHHHHBBSHHHlSBHffilflNII I I National 1 SATISFACTORY SELLING SERVICE Guaranteed to Texas Patrons of the Live Stock Commission Co TEXAS AGENTS: Win. Ragland, San Antonio John Lovelady, Colorado J. W. Wcstbrook, Waco C. A. Broome, San Angelo Ireland Hampton, Fort Worth 0. H. Williams, Midland Thos. J. Zook, Amarillo Paid in Capital $300,000.00 Money to Loan on Texas Cattle OFFICES: CHICAGO Union Stock Yards ST. LOUIS National Stock Yards KANSAS CITY Kansas City Stock Yaids STOCK NEWS. I'V'W'W'W 'VAvA'ffl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 December 1902

;& v -.j,: . k ,-5tan( fvft'TWY1" MdWM- - fe WBPS -V C5 JSSH "!. iTC'W 'VfiV'SV -. :"- ffi.i,rr4ia!.7n'. ' -F .. -f 9 '"N u THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3J, J902. 02 -Thanks a nd H ppy New Year! The mercantile, financial, professional and business interests generally of San Angelo, represented by the cards of indiyiduals and firms appearing on this page, unite in tendering to the people of West Texas their thanks for the handsome patronage of the closing year, Wc assure them all that a con tinuancc of their favors will be duly appreciated anp that appreciation made manifest in a continuance of prompt, courteous and conscientious treats meat, The advantages of San Angclo as a trading point urc well known and are not temporary, but absolutely permanent, Wc whh all a happy and prospsrous 1903 and a repetition thereof for every succeeding year. i i h M. J,. Mcrt., I'ich.. Chun. W. Mobhs. 't Prcs , 1! A. lull, Cali. The San Angelo National Sank Wishes ...

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. — 31 December 1902

ZZIJ);: mtmmmmmmmmmmmmm r r ' , .. , . irV . ''' 5f l'll'l"'igaMWMWHiMWwliiwwww wia'SMaiaiii'ii wwyWffffBM WSiftnWBltlb I T HE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAYS DECEMBER 24, 1902. Ik B vll I 11 -i 1 ( 1 w, a nim n No One Escapes Coughs mill colds come t-j all. Then' is iin wav in. which t hoy can be avoiilcil. Tin' best you can ilo is to quickly and properly euro thcni when thpy come, bvery cold '"an (iiij'iilt mh vilnlttv: - i"'v .;. i- a th.viti mmiim! III-. Moil people ri-.ilid this and few would neglect such troubles if tlu'.v knew of n reined; they could roly upon. White Pine anil Tar Expectorant.. Is such a remedy. Wo wish t t"ll you here how and why this ivMicily euros, and to give some reasons why it should In- your fainily cough cure Concho Druo Store, Mr. Spoueo, of Brownwood, bought n airload of mules from J. M. Cox, Leo Bros, and J. W. Tliorntorn and shipped thorn east 11.13. Ovorton of Ilunnols county lias bought a six section ranch in Glasscock county Mr....

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. — 31 December 1902

"' lM"H".fr. 'S ! i"Vr THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, (902. wWm w W'y ' 4 IK 1 "' i jSr ' iv i IB I SHE rQ wmSt vs 'I'n 'Pin-'! s' ;' I 8 u p r s J" 1 1 1 !' r"i ."VI. r fat I r p fry United States 2767 The First National Bank, San Angclo, Texas, Capital, - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $ 65,000.00 O:o. L. Webb, Trcs. W. S. Kelley, Vice Vres. C. . Tokell, Cashier. Change PUBLIC: itv iiiiiiiiimmm vote of Ilia it i.i.u Ilium filitiiiirnil nn- mini" ""t " " i- - The First National Bank 'IMinn. linu boon 11( elinlllfO ill nr i:..;i ..11 ..Incunu nf imiul I! BUII1 IK II" nn.nn. .. ... - - n - , yQ lie for tlio pntronngo of the past, and asking 11 continuance ivh of tlio saino tor tlio itttiiro, wo remain, ?--, Yours vorv trulv. ?! Bv THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Issued Wednesday Mornlntfs Oniec of I'ub Ileatlon, Chndbourno Hired, Opyosltu Mays IlulldlnK. Telcphono 311. P. E. TRULY, Editor unci Proprlotor. FELIX PRODANDT. Auodato Editor. BUIISOItll'TION K...

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. — 31 December 1902

iW"i' ---ifiSBfcd hMi I i" i -111 ii . . - -f0r VV N f "i? fife... I --tf .'- ft,rr $$t ;' ' H4 W THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, J002. ,-i yw ... dt- ' n -b 0 u. li 0 tit SS3i THe Gallup Saddles have been on the market for nc.iily a third of 11 century. nnd lire growing more popular as tne years tro by. Our new catalogues, sbowinc all latest , fl improvement nnd newest ,1 iden. in Saddles and Harness. sent free upon application. S 6 GALLUP SADDLERY COMPANY, PUEDLO, GOUO OYSTERS In Am. Stvi.eh at PHILI PPI'S Short orders and reuulur meals, tcio Every thing In season and the best the market a' fords at nil times I C, F, Harris THE BARBER. Best Service. Your Patron" age Solicited. Shop Next Door to Llndeman's ? I Hhickitnlth Shop. 2 &-! (4 J. R Gilbert &E Groceries, Grain and Hay, Glassware, Enanv cledware, Quccnswarc, 4 4 n $ and Racket Goods. Phone 170 ftr 'iv $4 astmiimmimmmmmmiKi 1 WOOD AND I 1 COAL YARD f Cord Wood, 3 g Cord Wood Saw;d, 3 ...

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. — 31 December 1902

Mr ' 'r 'IE ' CPl&w Xtf' ""' K 'ity 'W i?iBBiKirTr-',;i fTf?P,7J 'li'JJSSf f V J"'1 i - mi'imii wi,:-jn&e.-.. -.":fiAA 'HiaBMbauiaiiMBHMilaBaaBHHHaMMMMMW''''wT, T in iifimh iiMlh HBHHBk a. i.MaMBtBfaMMMMMMBMrtfWdBBtff ''"i'1'1 ' " "" '''TT g... , BM.Ui- WMMSMMMKWBWHSCTBls'igCT rpWgqJ - "rajv rr yffRr "wwto"" ; ' '" few ". , ,, , -. .. ' mrv . ( ,Off,MYJVPS rVM!"fl &r - sssk wv&Arj'vfa m.? ffiViJ v(aJ'MwSss- yfc"jiioN . " .--- p PVfT 3J ew& yv -,. -. ffrr7 tir& n fffi gfe Ti BJRJ IHilfHB 8 I 1 anewIeaf! m, gK ,,,,., ,.ur(. the iimiioy ou'o kih'i.i to make Wk gfe Hoiiifliml Imppy for ChrmtmiiH Yon i.m hoihi re- L KW 5tfi5 c-Mir it I'V buying our . Mi k &v m H fc. i V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, , Wg, C. i:. EnifPon nnd wife. Uio Stamps Stamp! lalter u siHt-r of Mrs John W. toucan gi t n fttnmp pnoio Harris, lire hero on n visit to n 1- iniKlcaiiy out iav z-Mor jj cfMii. uti''H. Mr. Emerson is a piomi- next, tutor m r.pic...

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. — 31 December 1902

JB""f ,jm .' w IfrfiMMllfii --;; f,VS THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEM r 3L 1002. s 1 ha a nappy ivew cs a a, t "wt'f" ?J'Vl,w';S::r,r iwimm-' '"IwffiffisiSr 'w ?v'"? f 90 J5Cv rf Fe 19 3 2 w r r 21 1 7 &N v. J- The mercantile, financial, professional and business interests generally of San Angclo, represented by the cards of individuals and firms appearing en this page, unite in tendering to the people of VS'cst Texas their thanks for the handsome patronage of the closing year, We assure them all that aeon, tinuancc of their favors will b duly appreciated and that appreciation nude manifest in a continuance of prompt, courteous and conscientious treat meat, The advantage-, of San Angclo as a trading point arc well known and arc not temporary, but absolutely permanent, Wc wish all a happy and prosperous 1903 and a repetition thrrcof for every succeeding year, its ui i rail ous dud &X w lie p. 1 h Wo desire to tlmiik oiio ami all for your liberal patr...

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. — 31 December 1902

wpm-mmmm'Mmemmimpmm r ' 'v - THE SAN ANGELOfPRESS, SAN ANGELC, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3J, 1902. rw;- ' 8 M ' 4 . KJT I 2 L feOj &i CkCM- 1 1 I J IviAJY K'irtli" splfiiflid pntroiuigi (rdcil iin ami whu-h I t-olu-it a '"'Hit imiuiicf 'it. My lifHt hwIu'H are '-xti nlftilv hiiiinv iiinl liriiMiii - Itituro I Hliiill carry wn I'onipli'to stock than I" fore . i . . The jacket Siore. wmmmmmmmgmMmmzmmi Ml.'lll AM) IHiAUIY. William Morton I'ayne in th- most I'M-eileiit essay on American Joiirnalism, to be found in Vari- Otis VicwH, .McGinn's now publi- cation fciivs. "No wohIh ot eon- demnatiou can be too strong for the newspapers that subordmati nil other aims to the aim ol en larging their circulation and their advertising patronage, that care nothing for the truth and only enough for decency to keep out of tho clutches of the criminal law." To all of which I heartily assent. Now a few days ago I made a re innrk concerning the very vulgar imitator of llranu who edits tin Isonomy ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 December 1902

-" - ' ... , I livnrv unci locil linu at. O. A. iwir-nnio ou. -U nml b) nor cunt. - - . I t l. I.hl nArtlnii i "---j - - . ..-, . ..-.. ....... i,u .,.. 1 niiititr'M. mono two. - 17 liftIA f 1111 IW1.I. IIIL'MlL'll I I fW 4 111 1 Ipuracsj ton lurgols to each num. $ The Ltue arid Let Live Furniture Won. 5 Supplement to Cfy San Ctngelo press. Vol, 6. San Angclo, Texas, December 31, 1902. No, 52 , BUSINESS COMMITTEE. THE ROPING CARNIVAL. 'I lie Determined Spirits Referred to In Last Week's Press Will Take Favorite Winners on First Day and Kid Couple Beat Veteran Pair In $i()00 Contest St. Louis Market. National Stock Yurds, Dec. HO, 1002. San Angolo Press: Cattle receipts iiur. .Market about The Herd of J. R. Lewis of Sweet water Sold at Stock Yards Yesterday. John . Lewis of SweoLwntor MI. II 111'- fill WtlU litlWfl1li wt .. ...... .- m, , wi. iwnn, KiiiuiiiL in IJI-JUb 1IW n atu.. .. a.. .. f ..!..! 1 Dllemna by the Horns. Tl... holiday Hoping Carnival in from $2.10 to $11.25 accordi...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 December 1902

jnnrofW. t fa ' WCussurccmalMhatacotv m a continuance of promot. m Tl, " uw umy -PPiatcd anp that appreciation made manifest IS e 9 1 ..- 1. - 'ovvlatnNAiistln. Tlio wedding of Miss Itosa, daughter of Mr. tind .Mrri.Il.lt. I'owlniifl. mid Mr. Unhurt 15, son of J. J. Aust in, took idiu'i'iil tint Christian church, in .Sun Angelo, on liiHt Wednesday evening. U'v. Mr. Shore, of Ballingor. r f ! 1 1 i -ltd I he ccrcinniiy. fr which oc casion the pretty liltd' church at the eornorof Oakcs niid Ilnrris hail been tastefully decorated. Tin1 Iiiih- fur lli' ceremony luid been Set I'm' s o'clock mid 1 1 1 liridii' party was quit! puixMial ill miikinu its n pp(;:i rniwi, each luumhur liiKmgpropor piaeo. i im bluhinitJos e,f 1 h church being, over, tlio bridal party icpa red to I ho liomi' of tin lirit ! pa.hiits. when tin- wedding foasU mid festivities wore much oiijnye'd. 'I'hfi bride wore it beautiful whit f organdy continue, trimmed in whito lilici'ty satin ribbon, carrying white carnations...

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