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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 January 1903

m 'mfmmfm 'nyffi MM till WMIHIIJ ! tor, f i "ST "-if. ' T fr ' r - L THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2J, J903. .MWtfh. WM MV iarfAr f)1w -W - - .- - A n n . . . ' llll' - llBr -4 1 1''' W n. 1 f: ' !-- ! 'm U InUII r ' lli,r' ?' ssXb,. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Imneil W -d n-.'Jiiv Unnliix O.tloeof I'm, Mention. Uhndliuurno Street. Op. o.lto Mnys Jtulldlntf. Tul!llioti 311. P. E. TRULY. Editor nnil Proprietor. FELIX PROBANDT. Anoclato Editor. fiUHSUTPTION ItATl H. OnoYeur, 11 Six Months. TV 'uur Months . .M. Two Mo: I In . . 2j At)VJ:H'N.al.S,lJ IliTBS: Transient mheflltpmi-nti. d'upliy. Ir tnt'ti r-nuli Insertion, ifto tin. Tlmo conflicts, illtnluv. per ItiO'i. cneii Inser tion 'icnts I.ocnl notices, less tli.ii fl lines, purlin", citeli Insertion Xi'pnts. Jlxtru uli'iriru rormlis"! In sinillor t$p than lonir primer. No Discount No Commissions. um.iHiinit.s Nonoi:. Ciinls of ThmiK. Iti'Miliiilims of llosr.oel. OuUiiurlr-tunil similar null :"tmlillshiMl in the...

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. — 21 January 1903

W .' rfi tmtHtJlfliff,mfn.f., iy$ IT ft- v l' W .v. -t.t 1 j THE SAN ANGELO PRES3, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2j, 1903. " 5 iv . . ; ',..; ir'i..'e..i - j. r , - t ' , . Mrs. Laura. S. Webb, Vloi-l'reilili'iil Wtiiiinn' Dimiiih rrntlcCluliiof orllicrii Olilo. "I drcadtd (he change of life which was fast approaching. I noticed bine of Cardul, and dtcldtd to try a hot tie. I experienced some relief the first month, so I kept on taking It for three muiulu and now I menstruate v ith no pain and I shall take It of f and on now until I have passed the climax." Female weakness, ilisoriloroil menses, foiling of the womb ami ovarian troubles do not we.ir off. They follow iiwum.ni totliCLlmiigu of life. Do not wait buttako Winu of Carilui now ami avoid the trou ble. Wine of Canliii necr fails to benefit n suffering wom.m of nny ime. (Vino of t'ardui reliew'd Mrs. Webb when she w.n in dan cer. When yon come to the eliainre hi life Mrs. Webb's letter will mean more to you than it doe...

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. — 21 January 1903

;,. va.'Ja..- ,.. 'T.V'-. .BTaMraWF-MJ & W' .JM'ff Wf,p ,,fK(- RMMfl. 6 "HE SAN NG"! O PRESS, SAN ANfiELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY M, C3 r . : 'r hi mil i in mirm i E 1 m I mm:Mkm;mm mmwwfflM8& Bargains In Millinery Commencing Wednesday, Jan, 14, WE WILL OFFER -. One lot of TpMiitiifd Hats, Street Hnth for Wf to. These, will not last long early and get the best . Sherman s I $ Opposite Landon Hotel. jj MORE EXPANSION. Cox Bros. & Cunnlnglinm Will odd 15,000 Squnre Pcet ot Ploor Space. Evidences of expansion are to be noted on all hands in Han An gelo, and the dry goods Iiouhu of Cox Bsos. it Cunningham is no exception to the prevailing rule. They havo arranged to take in about 20 feet of additional depth right back of their present sale room and this will extend, back of the First National Hank, to Beauregard avenue, taking in a large part of the space now being used by the Thompson Grocery Co. This extension will give them about 15,000 square feet ot additional floor ...

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. — 21 January 1903

U" "" ' "" "twjpw? .- 5aa?pS' I . . -A jiv raa w ixt ? ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1903. &HflHPmjnHMMBR&3I ..InSMiiHMMIJHHHnfttiM. JHk.v TyBSBHffii .r..raf3roSHHHPnKflu!9MRiRB3niiWMk . E2lK?.T.jHbkfWRCJnrarEjH9Bw9MlHP!Ji 'khiw v t i4 4vre . tTtvii'ttrofli'L..Taffjr njvnn .. .a.:, imii ', I hojaaKMTiia MrsftT c -l iwnttnT'-SF 11 I ! ) i ! i n w 11 mm iiii I k Wl iTV70 C TCv'CVTCkTVTC,TT?fTt?S'Jf?T?(T jVj7r :iGlJMiiailSJisX W", A, Cochran & Son,, HAVE OPENED UP A FULL LINE OF-. Groceries, Grain, In Lurch building, corner Oakes street and Concho ave nue unci would like" to serve you when wanting anything in this line. mm$m 17. imMsm&sw C. & G. HAGELSTEIN CO. WHOLUSALU AND RETAIL. High-grade Plumbini Hath Tub-!, Lnvutones, Sink-1, etc. First-Class Tin work. Old Hickory Wagons. Bain Wagons. Studebaker Wagons, Hacks ami Buggies. Studebaker Carts, all kinds. Hynes Buggies and Hacks. Columbus Buggies . Genuine KelijjSf Mills, tho kin...

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. — 21 January 1903

stfe aigatat. wZ. fcurjg'' 'StmaiMtti raftttMPMHi , w HtpaanroKr wjr:wsit'HWfe; wrafvjwranwriiE' jfjiw, . ariiKsgsn&MEt.wwmimiwnii. !y te . wrB.nff TOWwaH? ww ' "j s - . riMJVtVk ir;. sfcjriaMBMtkjn"APKwi:vwi:BtiafTPTT .aA . i.,j rHunKVi -n4K,i"r c rcjou, 'ai.?ijfj: " i ;'?iwkp -nraw- .sf?S;n!W '-- Si. y-- '-: THE SAN NGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2J, 1903, 8 h' ' $ iV ' r. ' us '. K& I: ft. k Ik ?. ii En iv'' K ;) K-' r Jv l?ur ? ir Ltt Lt & Notice to T&x Payers Tux payers lire hereby notified tlmt penalties will bo added to tuxes remaining luo and un paid on and ufter January HI, 100H, and thev Are requested to come forward and make settle ment, in order to avoid incurring the penalties. Respectfully. J.. Collector of State and County Tuxes Tills TRUI'lf WITHOUT F1SAU. ,. ., ,i... n,.., .livnu.. n;X... IT..M , -The husv-body's iiwi i i ill. iim v ir.v i,(iiiiiii itai''-ii "'"' '"1. ..!.: :...! fJUtllil ; .... iiiimi. trip iitu ill him. and, the...

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. — 28 January 1903

urPr v ,",. -- imatn,w fflSEw ; ffifffltfi JifY i V . i . it. -... -,. raw? -:?4: t ' . ...4.. f " 'IK ' - V tWI ?, t ; Vi, . V " "f'-IMftV THE ANGELO i VOL 7, NO. 4, SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1903. i:ntcrn1 In tlie Hun A w In I'o-i oaiur a Hi court cliitMiiiilt inulti'l. raK!SHr .'.ii'L. nfflfeu 11 sir -j" 'SPU .. '&ggnL nas r A; Wtlo.. , TireBMii mmiB"gp M " '7'1 ?t 'feM.JWflWW?!.' jrT " - --rpw 'i - . SAN 1 Ktoo E OUR PRESIDENT'S POLICY. In Appointing Negroes to Office Over Protests of Whites is Condemned. In th" Dallas Xi'vs Inst wecl; a special from Columbia, S. C, gn.ve an interview with Governor elect I). C. Ileywnrd on the ap pointment to olliee of colored re publicans, which is intere-tini: rending. Thf governor said: "1 think President Rooevelt has made a mistake that will shake the faith of many people, North and South, in his wisdom and judgment. Misguided, and viewing the situation from hut one hide, he has done much to disturb that...

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. — 28 January 1903

4pm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903. j . .w LAND FIGHT 0N.1 r w Low Prices 0 ) i ( i vl vi it ii li i vl vti vl ) to l vl vl ) vl vl vl vl il & l Wirk on my new been Ii luynd and... Machine Sli" iilwl Warehouse lias I am lorced to Have more room at once for the stock of Luler Mills and Well Sup plies purchased Irom K. L. MeAlpino, and new goods or dered. I have therefore d"cidej to oll'or to my custn niori and tin1 public ... Social frlGGs od Leader windmills, Steel Star Back Geared windmills, Steel Star Direct Stroke Windmills, BiiQoies, Hacks, Phaetons, surries. Wagons. Barbed wire, and many other goods not nam id, 'ut to be tound at Hloroi.l ., vl Vl Vl il l vl iii vl) vl) vl) ll vl il vl iff il( t) vl vl vl l ill l vl) vl) vl vl; vl) vl vl vl vl v vl l vl) vl) RUPKIISUMAHVU BRYAN INTRO- DUCiiS HILL TO RUI'EAL AU- SOLUIH LUASB LINK. FOR SETTLEMENT. Alukcs Provisions for the Sale and Lease of the Public Prce School and Asylum Lands. Austin. ...

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. — 28 January 1903

m r -&, .&'' 'IT-- ,tir yw -.''y,ti"' . ' 'V- - j n w ' i arj THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 1902. " Rubber Goods.,, Our stock of rubber goods is up-to-date in every particular and the quality of every thing is as good as the assortment is com plete. Some rubber goods tire made to bell only. None of theso come here. We carry the kind that are made to give long and satisfactory service. We also bee to it that you get right prices. Hot Water Bottles, Bulb nnd Fountain Syringes, Sick-room Supplies. Concfio Drug Store, San Angelo, Texas. i Our friend F. G. Ludwig has had the resposibilities of cashier placed on his shoulders, in ad dition to his other duties with the Temple Grocer Company. Holt Smith, the former cashier, has ac cepted a position with the Radford Grocer Company at Sweetwater, and in company with Iub wife departed for that point Friday. Pictures, Pictures Pictures. If you want pictures, just go to the New Gallery, next door to the E...

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. — 28 January 1903

0 4&m, mVMm S ' ,''-re'rav THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1903. m jinn mmmmmmmmmmmmmimm0Mmmmm'immmmaBz,mmwsmm.' , u i.jjiuxju. j i m -.immnwLm.;.. .n i,vj-.a, '" ' " JIUBLV'IJPW!; ..' - " MBMm&iL-. .m 'v.J w BSZ..-1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. ImuciI Wrdiiosrtnv MnrnliiK". Ollloi! of l'uli Mention. Uliiirtboiirno Street. Opposite Muyn llulldlntf. Telephony UU. P. E. TIlULY, Editor mid Proprietor. FELIX PROBANDT, Associate Editor. HUllHf'UII'TION ItATKH: One Ycnr II Ml: Six Months We Kour Months M. TwoMonths .... SSo aiTviiiitThTnTi It TI1H. Trntnlcnl ndvertlscini-nts. illspl.ty. per Ini'h cnuh Insertion, MriMits. Ylrnn flint iicli, ilUpliy. per lnuli. eucli Inter tlnn -1" nenli Loonl tiiitlcui, less tlnin Pel llni'i. per line cnuh Insertion Rei-nts, Kxlm nliitrKi' for lull he t In sm.iller type thiin limit primer. t NiiDlieoiintN No Commissions. I'UIIMSIII-.lt'H NOTIOIi. (Jiirds of Tlnirilo. Resolutions of llespcot. OMtnurlcs mill similar iioIIjcn p...

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. — 28 January 1903

ill WKffS ( 1 ' 'j&m 'W'' JWi" '''fcA'jIT'' T ..-i" "t &, ' '', ." V '" ) ...-sy ,!- fW. "H-""'-rTJi' (Bf fjjgj?- ' qj i? nr-&i'wyr m r wsrlft THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903. MR.S. L. S. ADAMS, Of nlti'-loii, Tiin. "Wine of Cardul Is indeed a blessing S iu unu women, inving sunercu lor seven years with weakness and bear. Ing.doun pains, and having tried ev eral doctors and different remedies with no success, your Wine ol Cardul was the o. ly thing which helped me, and eventually cured me It seemed to build up the weak parts, strengthen the system and correct Irregularities." By "tired women" Mrs. Adams mains nervous women who hiie disordered menses, tailing o the Tromb, ovarian troubles or any of Ihcso nil"icnU that women liae. lou can euro yourself at homo with this peat u omen's rcmcilv. Wine ot Ciircltii. Wine of Cardul lins cured thousands of cases which doctors hsive failed to benefit. Whv not begin to et well today? All dnigBis...

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. — 28 January 1903

W"w Mii ii i mm 1- -.! , jtf ' ' '& TmFpr-T rmwwf i t . N. ... sft' r THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, (903, "" "l JHS&Mm&itfuitimii. ... v .MBBBilKL.tawvlEBEH.Ej i v. jypawiHMifiPOTffaiaasEaw'i A The Sun Rises and Sets fa Itt - v& SS Z?y fAe tlmo vilth alt 6 In rto so Leave Satisfaction NEXT DOOR TO POSTOPriCE. CLOSES FEB. FIFTEENTH. Last Count will be Monday Mornlnjc, February Kith, Result (liven In Press of the i8th. Tin Knight 9 of Pythias had u largo majority of tlio tiekotB, but tlic women got tlio votes, tlio past week. Tlio contest will cIobo on the fifteenth, which is Sunday, and tho tickets will bo taken up Monday morning, February 15th. No voting will be allowed after the 15th. Following is tho result of Mon day's count and the voting up to date : Woman's Club, last weok UM.fflM This week 10,210 15U.81M KnightB Pythias last week 1HU.0IJ0 This week 17,511 150,(510 School 22,57(1 Epworth League, 24,519 -Low prices still continu...

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. — 28 January 1903

mmm--1 " """"F'ttKMmfv ' , 'p'.;ai'M8ip -' N.I" ? THE SAN ANGELO FRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1903. ' ftrriaatfMBg&Ste'rfMJfcffilJLt.. iJS5&SttdBBfl&BKflMHNH&rTM HrNHHHMHHI(H .jHHSHHHHMIHnfiffiM??vi'wnnJ& hi f illiMW'ii"1 UilljliliiN'mililllllHN'li'WyWIWi'lilllllWWlMWIIIIIWli'ih1 "I ' WM W? -i, SENATOR J. W. HILL Writes Anent the Normal School for Snn Angela and the State Sanltorium. The follow ng letter from Sena tor J. W. Hill to the seorernry of the Business Club on the normal Bchool and Suintoriuin pioposi tiona explains itsell; SENATE CIIAMBEH. TWKNTY KKIHTH I.KOISI.ATl'HK. Austin, Tex., .Inn. s2. 1008. Air. Felix Probandt, Sun Angelo, Texas. Dear Sir: 1 mu in receipt of your favor, Haying that the Business Clul had passed a resolution, advoca ting a State sanitoriuiu for e n sumptivos, without reference to location and also favoring the establishment at San Angelo of a Normal school. If an opportun ity present itself, I shall do what I c...

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. — 28 January 1903

in-- p" y i ii i 'JUBjfjBrft 'i'.siiiiiiiujhiiii ' i nww'1"-" ' e " w "Tir" ' tv 'tvKnmmii' 'r " ' s?? J , r 3PPr ' J Va tJT "4 MSHftp, FP -rt 7 N ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELC. 77X.S. '.rrDI-TSD " r 7- kuarv :r. C50". - t1-.. , .;. Mn.ijMHMMHHMMnMwMMMBMMIkM KXXXUJ(kOiKjf4!AUSX.&.A. 8 F Jo I DEALER IN m STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, GRAIN, HAY AND RANCH SUPPLIES, wwajiiPicKWWWwwwwwwrw!))if 99999 eM C9MI eC B99Q. I Central Wagon Yard and Transfer Line. I !D. E. GOGREHAm, Prop'r. 2 Freight and Household Good" transferr'dsafelv and promptly. Ready to go at all times. Your patronage "dinted. PHONE 139 Mae4a0 & eea 0999 mmkj wmma voa ueca eoou Literary Snn Angelo. Two years aj:o an old man, named M inter, lived somewhere in the neighborhood of San An-! golo, and contributed occasionally a poetic effort to tho local papers Truthfully speaking, his literary! merit was far from high order, hut yet it ...ing of (l is an un- doubted fact that noonlc tclt an interest in him liecauso of his he...

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. — 4 February 1903

J fcM mm .:. vjeVi rf .j...v '.w?j 'TfaJinOTrarM 1,1 THE SAN ANGELO VOL 7. NO. 5, Umi'iiti SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1903. Kntered In the Ban Ajig(loPtrvBoe Scob-o)M8 BMtli nutter. iMIli - - -tM wifckfr: - i.. , MmajynMrjR y t - ii fejOB?: f?j3HNEfirHEaBHa!9iiHraiaEfl HSR PRESS. I i " . mm ' 1 IV I I h 1 Stock Nevws, e- ' ' STATE QUARANTINE tktfttt CoMMitttec wfll Report Favor- Wy o BH1 Hilar Smso Prom NovwMr iB to-Juamrr 8 Atutin, Tex., Jauuary 27. The Home Stock and Stock railing held one of the most spirited meeting of the entire aenion, every member of the commit tw being present. A number of large stock raising men and Kleberg, Moore and Hanking, raembare of the State sanitary commission, were also present. The bill that called ont this large crowd proposes ftp amend the quarantine law by providing for an open season from November 16 to January 15, during which time cattle from South Texas can be driven across the present quarantine line withou...

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. — 4 February 1903

r wk ? spm KS .STSfvmn-vmrntmnmtmsmmiiMimv I t'lt'TV t , -"TT.Wv-V ' 'T THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1903. 0S!lKiiK3aHiiliiiii iitUffiH !!W,fl??RfflPSPftJ5 fr irrwwifWeFrw, m Aft "l w f w J i. V s , f, J h ' 4V i w fe. V u ' ! i.J. " ft j? Estcvto Ha li ted. 1092, Henri ftmiM. . San Angelo, Texas, jt Mami 'iiJMW . & 2? .rni nt' rriH n ?ntP - M-tW STofckmen's Saddles 5 On' the Marked " " iVJso di ill" i in Harness, I!' I', . '.lankots. Jspurs Bits, and 'iro-i'v-thilig I'lirriuU (U ii PiiNi-i-liiis Nid dltf I louse '1'rv mv goods mid you will ln conv.in ! thev am Iho lust Write for Catalogue. Mr.' Wiliiam I arirtWlitftTw well known Crockett county stockman, is otleung. sumo bar gains in Hod Polled grade bulls, onus, twos and tlnces in the spring. W. A. Nix, thu Wi'bI Tom Groon-Ciook-tt county sloekmai , was in tin) city .Momliiy" on btisi ut'HH. .Mr. Nix flays they lecent ly hud tin best nun they've had for two yearn. .1. .1. .Martin, of Ballinger...

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. — 4 February 1903

Mtl ' af?iHrT'ff ' . ,.- V 7fyft i THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 1902. ,Wlfl "". s! A CHEAP PAINT. There !9 no economy in tiding aeheappau.t. First, it takes more of it tlian of ii good pnint nn d os to the length of tune it stays on there is no compari son The Sherwin-Williams Co., hnve been doing one thing for thirty years- and thnt is tnnkitig ,good pnint: bv so doing have become the larg est pnint manufacturing Co. iir,-the World.' They guar nUt'oc their paints as no other paint house doe. Tjic guarantee is backed , not uillV by tlicm but by us. 'You take no chances when you buy Siienviii-Williams Piu'nt. As' Sterling "tamped on sil ver is n guarantee of purity, so is the name of Shorwin- ' Williams on a can ol paint. If you are UnnkJg ol using paint for any purpose; let us figure with you ., .ConcfiQPruD Store. &: W. D. RINCANNON. Barber Shop. Chas Murray's- Old Stand. I The Beit of Service Offered jred 9 na S ...the Publcc... Of Interest To...

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. — 4 February 1903

.' j " " -. 1 . T H-, . ""'. t f-" J-Jj-i. a- - - " J - THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY V 1 903. THE SAN AN6EL0 PRESS Inucil Wedn i I iv- rt f I'n. Iluntlon, C'hnilixur i itio Op. ih.- Mi IlulldltiK. Tolep inn in P. E. TRULY. Editor and Proprietor. FELIX PUOBANDT. Aiioclaie Editor. 8L'II5"Ittl,Tl6N UATK's Ono Year,.. . . II W HI Month Four Months . . -V) Twn Muiiths iVj ,AOv::iiTiaiN it ti:h Transient adfartlii'inent. ilhtplav P'tr Inoli coh lasertlo". an'ntA Timo contraotn, dlspl iv ihtIiioIi, cnnii Inscr- tlon 3) "frits Local nottoea, Ichh than 100 linen per linn, ruoti Insertion ftoonln, Kitra charge for d net In Mnnller tjpe thin long prime r No Discounts. No CommlMloi . I'UW.ISIIKlt'H NOTIGK, Carta ot Thanks, Itnnolutlojw of Itenpeal, Obltukrlrfi and ulmUftrnotljen published In the Ireita will bechanced for at rsifular udvertto luc ratro. Advertising rorohuroh, Hahool nnd Charity bcneatu wUl Ira aharged at half rate. CIIANQi: OF AI)UUH8H. Butacrlbers...

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. — 4 February 1903

THE SAN ANGELO FRESS SN ANGRT), TEXA.S. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 190-'. I .. MR.S. L. S. ADAMS. Ol (Mmtmi, Tim, "Win of Ordul fi indttd a bWnlng to Urtd womtn. rUvln luffend for Mvn yun wik wuknui nd bitr-uil-dowM plm, nd ravin Med nv crtl doUr and dUftrtM rtmcdlM with ho fucout. your WIm ol Cv4ai wti tit or.!y thb wU Md im. ndvwtuMrlM Itmmdto Ml up ttw wm pnrt, ilrtMtfcm l)i fy m4 wtd ImfUUrWci." By "iW women" Mrs. Adams meant nmjiBTOaor'wio haw diecgrfnd mum, Mfaw of the vomb, ornrlks trrabtw er Mnrxif tiwta ailnumU that women fasra. You can -ur joantUtfibptap witii tbiigmt ynmm't rMdy. WIm o)t Cudirt. mco oTCwdai has owed thouMQda of cmm which doctoraba-nfallMltobcneSt. Wfcy not hMM to mt wsli r-4.. iTl dgi.Ulivo H.OOhottlta. Fc auae no0jt I j J i-.l. INE'CARDU) METEOR" ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAIN FOR St. Louis and Kansas City. Dining and Observation Cars. Meals Served by Fred Harvey. Sleepers and Chair Cars from Ft. Worth and Dallas. IA. A.Tuley, G.R . A. Fort Worth, Texas. Federation ...

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. — 4 February 1903

352s W i.W! ;yV i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, :903. M?'. V Prospect fori ho Sim Angela Country. ns a rule are con ceded to lio very good, which in itsolf is en couraging mid reassuring. Hut in tho mean time, It (h always best to improve tho present nnd constantly practice thut economy which jffiffc make's th future tho safest possible under all ..j ,(yrctuH8tn:icc8j)tffJtlnnB presents u better ' ? field, nor u more profitable one, for the pruu- M-W . tieo of economy than the buying f yP feo-ipE :. . 'Tl, '" ' "5Vft1 "t;l liinit of m-onbttiY in this linn is eer ji$t' " ' "tujdy'reaeiel ut r Mp'B'6l(JS. ;- ,.fl Thtf'-'diire'roricd amL the advantage preftl.n,.n.v finro frtfidVwHilb .ill-ices' are always rctifftrtiablte f v r' '... . !" ..... . ' ,.ut quality.. neyer euciuivcu, jjumifuiwyn nue-. rj- never sacrHl'ce'd'", bnifl'altyhyfi ih.eU 'vory h.ighOsfc ov'cry article in stock .and ,oft fored l'o ofir cu6to"mors being the vory,.beHt4v produced. If ...

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. — 4 February 1903

sWBBii ... .... k. ..... . . , THE SAN ANGELO FRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1903. y T ;JH TAX RECEIPTS HEAVY. Collector's Office Besieged Saturday by Tax Payers After the Necessa ry Requisites for Voting. The ufliuu of Shnrill nti'l Tax Collector J, B. Allen nresentod an titiitiiuted eono Saturday, and all day the fU'piitios and a num ber of assistants from qther I'otin ty olfices wire kept busy pasing out tin-slips- t lint in the future willserw a two-fold purpose as a demonstration ot' payment of dues I r eit'iycnshipr and' as u purport to participation at the b.tllor I ojr ' The oljief foi're'wiP (i'4otily inipaiieiliili Jjie iDfj;Ossur ub 8fiifyof iAlr. Allbn froiititho city" and the Bivtiiis, of Mr. Pjnk West. liut',l'j.v.i'Ah'?es-iof :V. 1) Wet tvuii.tji f'ifchV'niiir. as fast as receipts eoitl'd W,Myritltm the weie issued to: tW-' Wiling throng. Late i ihe afternoon it became nyidetliat it would bo miixwsilile to issue receipts to all. -o the "respective am...

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