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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 February 1903

' lIHIillllNlU IJP JMKIPm' """ Vf rtTW ; v; ) THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, f903; wS,iJffi3ara ' fi ' " , V. m f w. m.t DEALER IN ' tji ! IP;l! iir-i ' Hi i ' ' if Fj , rf, t iw, 3. MSUWIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmMmMMMMMMMMMMMM F. J. ABAFIS, WilUIMClISIIWiriWWIIW MMHHMIIIMIIIIIIIHIMIIIIHIWIHMIMW! 1 Central Waoon Yard D. E. COCREHAVl, Prop'r. Freight and Household Goods transferred safely nnd promptly. Bendy to go at all times. Your patronage solicited. PHONE 139 IKHllDiHHITWlTlltninBf BtTnitlfffffltftflTTimi Tbe TreMi of Tfaouxtilt. In the San Angelo Public Schools, a most excellent text book is mod, in the shape of Dr. Johnson's History of English and Arnerican Literature. The author, most wisely insist upon the fact that an author, if not entirely the nroduct of social conditions, is at all event largely molded by tnem. unanges in political uu religious theory he insists, are reflected in ephomoral literature, nnd overy now and then, for some nnexplained '"r...

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. — 18 February 1903

nnTlT O A TT A TkT0 TT f TT 10TV '"" X-. 'Wm 9 I I !. ' A m A m AH A AA Hi'! ?$3i IHh SAN AMwrlll rlirW SP ' ' y ' yt ' , . jjK SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1903. KB,ortfl,H.o,BaL.,SiuiitI"0 . "rl VOL 7. NO, 7, ! Stock J. it. Weenis shipped n car of horses from this place to Tcxnr knim on Tuesday of last week. The Val Vonlo Lmul and Oiittlo Company lias contracted w itj' Auent Skinner of the Santa Fc for 100 cattle ears, 8f for April 1 and 75 for April 7. II. G Justice, of Sonorn, re cently sold bin fetock cattle to Tom j ws'o hihI his ranch to A. .1 . SJlbe. jM Montgomery bought live ' ' . f Miulillu lmr-.cn from Mrs..!. weeK, . ... i r.. . . .ii, ma. wuok, paying week, 885 r i 10 per head for them l G. V. Holmdoy bought a ' .1..:..:.... i. ..-,... ... ii.... m.. lahan last week, paying therefor $100. IIo sure is a goer. Oona Kicker. Colorado Cattle Clatter. Colorado, Texas, Feb. 10. Sam C. A mult has returned from a trip lo Swisher county, where he ...

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. — 18 February 1903

i, j&ji''!jp -" &! , jP ", Tft v V. '? yfP- " ', " '''.' -"..''??"'' '" :, f';i' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1903 w it r !, . .Vfl 1 i. 1 V 1 !,." W, A, Cochran & Son, HA VE OPENED UP A FULL LINE OF Groceries, Grain, Hay, Bran, Etc, In Loroh building, corner O.ike.s street and Concho nvo nni) and would like to serve you when wanting anything in thin line. Oklahoma's Quarantine. OiiUiriu, Okln., Kt.l. M. TI10 Matthews quarantine bill which passed tho lower house (if (In- log. jhIiiLiii'o last Thursday, in now in tho senate and tremendous pros Hiiro is lining brought to bear to liuvo it passed w.thoiit any amend ments. Tho bill, as passed by tho house, provides no open .sea son for Texas cat tin to on tor the Knw, Osage, Ponoa, Otoe. Kiowa, and Comanche reservations. It is impossible to forecast the ac tion of tho Honati and tin) catt le mon who will bo all'ectod by the result, nro free to acknowledge that tho prospect sare none tooonoou...

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. — 18 February 1903

iVM . -'!. s-satf ' v .,- . f-. THE SAN ANGH.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY !8 1903. 3 riBBifin::. -- Mtssam S53as$aw, . .r .. IfnHOlVltWL , k-L l I HUM , f , UK. .' T """ .w- , - ngaBr waft . "-1 w"- iAi'v.T 1 Ill -V JtV Guaranteed GoiiQti Gurc. No cough remedy line ever been discov ered which will cure every cough, but we think we hne one t lint comes u little nearer to doing it than nny other mnde. We have prepared it lor yenrs; it Has been tried in nil manner of cases, und it has given the most universal satisfaction. We ask you to. remember and try this, Because it is safe ; Because it is most certain to cure; Because it is pleasant to take; Because it is equally good lor children or adults, and Bccauss if it ever fnilsyou get your money back Price 25 and 50 Cents. Gondii) Driio Store Mnj. Seth Mubry fame in last week and will look after the in terests of the 15iir"c Live Stock Commission Company at this place. -First class work at reasonable prices, copying 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. — 18 February 1903

? m ,!, Ill II Mil i o,m 'e-r.r v Vll;j4U. 1 . - .... . .- ...ot'n-".-.''-- c- - T ""-- w:&m FT?' " ' ' " " Tffw'WIT "fWW HJ C "V "Tnn'i',i1vT. -?--' - 7(' jim.' ftlf '-?-i-Zrtf&vfi' " ' r '' r THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1903 IrTOWnMr r i 'fill rlTitirinfr ifcfofrMfafc - Zwf RffiSr'SW'- Iff. :1 1M Ifcytfiitj umi luuVibiJIIlMMTIIlllliii i u l ' ' H 1. i W : ;,j If " it 1 l Sir i m i 1 v 1 "Bl Hi- 1 SUM' I II I ill': I t " t I m ff N fe R ' "1 I H -M "t (I II. (.IAUI.ANP W C. MONTH JMEKY HI ' I l m Allorncy-al lw Ut-Amewor Concho Co Garland Montaomeru & tiowze, I inH irirl I in. Ldiiu aim Lmo'OLUbft j-uigiild Loan Moncu on Reaf Estate, Teppitoru Cows and Steers lHinnc Paint ll'iek CouiMin CoiiMV T xsi awl onr lliu UllluUc)! Him Awl" .Nut llinll Sin AiikuIi Tixn THE SAN ANGELO PRESS iRsiieil Vfflnutiiv Moruliitf imiici'i' . lloutlun. Uliiiilhii'irne Sin-u- Op ) u v v IJUllllllW Tclepll'MI" -'' I. E. TIIULY, Editor nnd Proprietor. SUIWHII...

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. — 18 February 1903

pfwiP WiliWiMirtyfelTC JilwMi i ' n 'imiii i i ill 1 1 JaffiWiW! f m fmwvtmwm r ' t3 THE SAN ANGELO PFESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J8. 1903. Drilled Weils.! I am prepared to draw 1 CASING, PUMP PIPE and and clean out OLD WELLS. also prepared to slioot wells My ha-. in. is WELLS I and stric iv wells Any wanting an old well 1 cleaned out and made as J good as new, or those want- o ing to drill a new well. I s gua-antee water in the well. J. B. CARTER Snn AngolOi Tokens, g Office at Aust'n Spencer's fi98B8e860KE THE AGONY IS OVER. Postmaster IJIntichnrd Reappointed. Conclusion of u bptrlted Contest. The dailv press of the 12th convoyed tiie information that Mr. Edward Blanchard had linen reappointed postinnstor at this place, a message highly gratifying to his many friends here. Thus ends one of tho most spirited contests ever witnessed in San Angelo, one which came nt-ar disrupting the party organization in this county and all hut arrayed friend against friend and creat...

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. — 18 February 1903

if', " lM4 f 1W-" , " MVBBIVNMMftr T?V:-M. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, l?03. it' iV Vt j J fr lit SILAS H. KEETON, Dreeder tf High Scoring barred PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Sun Anfjelo, Texas, EGGS, 15 for $1.50. fraseo0ca SOCIETY NEWS. -- MoeaB Tin' San Angolo Club will give a reception at tin club rooms Fri day evening which promises to eclipse any social function of the Reason. A Ulrthitny Surprise. Mr. Clarence Webb attained his sixteenth birthday on Monday, the Oth inst. and to add to the pleasant memories of the occa sion, a numberof friends treated him toasurprine visit. Thoo in terested assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bishop and a from there repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. IC. Webb on West Harris avenue, the scene of the evening's enjoyment. Danc ing, cards music and delicious re , froshiuonts were pleasing features 'AfM.VlW KM- tuul JIal Hamilton k enterlained the party with choiee musical ."elections. The guests were reluctan...

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. — 18 February 1903

' n ttl,Ll . li HHI I'll Mil i IP i II iiHinr i Mirl IlTTWil Tl ill TIfTrTh lti .4JESliaBBBBEBBBBHBMBBBBBBHBBVBBBBrirnie?HBBHaBCflnH34BnBBBBHHBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBanB p wmwm tTIPPiWWIllPIlP ," ' tijf .r .'? A J; v ' I "if 'THE HYNES BUGGY'' That tells the whole tale. C. G. Hagelstein Co. CLUB MASS MEETING. Interesting Session at the Court House Monday Night. Corpo ration Question Discussed. Notwithstanding the fact that the thermometer was extreme in its argument against any move montthat would detract " from a nice, warm room, about fifty enthusiast ir citizens, thirty of whom wcie members ot the club, assembled at the court house Monday night to discus-, the school question and plain tor im 'proving the condition thereof. The meeting was called to order by Dr. John Abe Match, president of the club, who announced that the secretary would bo glad to re ceivo signatures for membership, together with the membership fee and semi-annual dues", amounting to So. 50. The minutes o...

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. — 18 February 1903

.,.,,. ii itmmpfy 'Vf ! y'lttT-fS -v - -j i n im ni.y S ' 'Wr w QaB&o. -iA'-aiki gSyw tt 7rewv;: BJf f'"f,?'!.prT'ly'",FWi rtfi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J8, ??03. JR? ' 8 sit r m Iff'- Pin''' on Sty.- 'Es' MEw ifw, if- WA I I: v! v YV H Turn Masquerade Ball, pera House lAednesday, Februaryl8. Admission: Members, 50 cents; Non-members $1.00. TloKoto to bo hod on application to tho oommlttoo, A. J. Fritz, L. Guthals, Aug. Olln I'odrldn. rin' incorporation question is Home how olio reruns Thorenu' h remark Unit hero is ue- ing enacted nil hiBtorv, mid wnoio Hoevor wo may dwell, our condi tion resembles Unit of somewhere else. Nihil siil) hoIo novi in fact. IJi.aniH'l.llitr mir nosition in tno school question, a punue-i hum ho found almost unywlmro accord ing to Mrs. Ida Hustod Harper in tho .lanuary North American Ke viow. Thus: "Over one-fourth of our entire population now is composed of children of school ago, and there is not a hirgo city in 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. — 18 March 1903

. If J imm lit 1 4irtwvwtwi 'Rtawiw ''riflyVrff -rfr 7 . "; & .,. . r4 ' " v Jt t A - -A--, v- "" " auttt&JM t ... : . . .,Mjra5MilHBP&Wm vVmvvtmm)H At 7'J THE AN6EL0 VOL 7. NO 1 1 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 i903. hntcrcd In the Him Anxclo I'mtOffic Seem tl'Vlnt. tmill m.ittor. B -f' A.rjt pe "" Ti iSr t?i ,1 PRESS A.1 M. X 1 M V MISTOOK . McGONAGILL WINNER. Won In the Three Steer Contest nt El Paso, lime 1:53 i-.j. Cnrroll was u Close Second. Thos. II. McCIo-djcy. tii. gonial proprietor of tlu- Arc" Litrht Cor nor, received th" nit-ntjfs given below from .F. I). McCoy at Jil Pnfeo during tin- roping cnntf.Mts1 held tlii'i-p during tin1 Cattlemen's Convpntiin. ! In the fxliil)iti.".n cont"-t on tin loth. McUonagill roped his steer in 21, .1. Carroll in i",j, Itobcrt Conley in !J9 nnd .loo GnrJner in 10. I FollowiiiL' were t ho result in' the couU"its : El Piimi, Twens. March 11. "Hoping contest for purses is for best average time one steer e...

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. — 18 March 1903

?.. fv ,CS,f','t"!!''M"i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH JS, (903. I fT-.i ;.'i .-. t M e;. f:i V i I.' ( ll.'l 1 w- w.i Hi.-- jt'. ft K iV fa'.' n M ". mi is.' ir r .j iT Bf 'i4 & STOCK NEWS, j T. JI. 'luylor wax in vf'tcnluy, from his rniifh ip-ar IIMiihrio lifter cow feed and dropped in to I'llOOliragO the ediior to "keep it coining" uikI lie said "just lei mo hnow if I got liehind." Mr. Taylor had no news, except t hut cnltlo Intel stoppud dying. Knlix Mnnii will h-iivo this morning for the Sugg rnticfi whoro lie is to meet K. M . Kin I: tho Galifornia bcof buyer with the expectation nf oloiiig a deal sell ing him probably 7000 steers. It will ho remembered that Mr. "Kink wan here a snort ti mo ago mid Hindu un oiler on tho Sugg HtwrB, which was not accepted. OusHie Ilnrtgrovo was up from tho ranch on .Mustang yesterday and informed us that Winflehl Scott, of Kt. Worth had ptirohns od 170 -I year old steers from A. A. Ilartgrove for .f:r,1 and MOO h...

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. — 18 March 1903

j - Ht- 1W" V! t . ' . r-wn v" j j? n 7 j.'WV ' ? ,vfwW'''wjHpfc v THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH J 8, 1903. a i fWlWM""1"' i alti i i i' r-x .n-- , t gnnCTKnsHiMium vlujh.'- 1V7"-V!W,!W"".iMI'fSiyF . ' . . .- v ' - :fc Mit.M?M?ri- The paper maker' ait has reached n high -tiia- ! advancement. Kifh ai'ti-oii 'tyl"" of paper ' I'" more licjill- tifnl than th last. Our -t'l-lc of corres pondence paper is now mid always has been wholly up-to-There N in) reaon (Into. why you should not nave tnc lati'-it and most stylish pa pers when thev cost you no more thnii ill" other sort. We would like to show you some of the new designs that have lately been received. This includes box papers at u large variety of prices and also an extra fine line of pa per in luilk to be sold by the quire or pound, as you pre fer. GpjigiDriifl.store San Angelo. Texas. Heubon (ieiitrv wife and son of Maverick. Runnel-, county, are visiting relatives in the city. -You will want a new sui...

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. — 18 March 1903

sayr t&ir-:. rf - ; - iiiii ii i. i mwi ff' WEsESm mOWRr, ;' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH J 3, 1903. 't-uy -?-'-"-, " "" " " ' 'is-jmSB r tjrTVJWwrv iH '! f i ! ci II rnl!t.N' Mlo-w-v ill IjIW ' M Ni'i. t t --oin cri Garland, Montgomery & howze, -a ABSTRACTERS k Land and Live Stock Agents Lor ftor.eu on Real E&ta.e. lerrltoru Cows atrf&teera fH1rnp I'n'i-l Itm'lt ui"n I nl. T.".i-i in Hn UlllUUU, " ' Amel S.I II. . Ii H. , All' i'J 1,-Su THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. IkSIII (1 V"Ml'll'Vlll MuMlirilfx '111' llcullnn ('liiiiltjimiin- -ir,-" (ii, n Vlullillii Ti-H-ilinii'- -'II P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor. HUJIHCItll'TinN It.VIV.S: OnuVunr 1I.M. Six Months. STuur MonlliH JO. Tun Month TV iSo ADVKItTISINCI It VTIIH: TrnnMenl mlvei tlsutiutili. illsplnv mr lunli i-uuli InsurliDii . . i ii 'iits Tlinu iMint'liuts. illlpliiv, ici liioli. iui'Ii tniur- llllll . VI I-1M11 . tUmul iiotli'uo, li- tlmti hi lines, per line, pavh Insertion . ftiwit,! Xx...

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. — 18 March 1903

,'wiiaiqp&sw '. j,,J T, TKE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAR,CH 13, 1903 . . . 5 ' . 5 , t5&! I Central Waoon Yard and Transfer Line- f S D. E. GOGREMAY, Prop'r. Freight and Household Goods transferred safely and promptly. Ready to go at nil times. Voui patronage solicited. S I PHONE 139 i cnK'wJxx)) s J. DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, GRAIN, HAY AND RANCH SUPPLIES, UA!8 w!(nK)rWr(.WX)(t) wlr.JK!ctoOV ilm Mr SstatoHsiieci IBQ2, Henry riageistein, San Angelo, Texas, Manufacturer of TheB-it HiuhOradf Stockmen's Saddles On the Market. Also dealer in Humes. Holies. Blanket-. Spurs. Bit-, and everv thing carried in a Fir-t-cla Sad dle lloue. Try my goods and you wil' lie convinced they are tho be-t. Write for Catalogue. I IHSSKlMBHa W. D. KINCANNON.i garteer Shop. (has Murrau's 016 Stand. 1 The Best of Service Offered jj ...!he Pulilec... B 8HS82S8a&WBZ3s fhs Sunny South . FREE! How to c'o it! A POSTAL CARD V. 4-t ! Infill j-JM C tuM bring to you and ...

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. — 18 March 1903

WI V ess . fc n . l 'lf."j K.'iiA,'.AA ..j atyi "a --'iL'-,w f.'-.l IV-1 J f THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS, 1903. 5Mf r,'f Siw-'Jf'J i- SsMr-iiMisra f 1 III. 91 I k.4 f PA Vl v.i WI l ' Rl t, , r. m. fr'J tf 1ft, A &4iV ANGELO, TEXAS, ....tlreeder 5.... High Scoring Barred Plymouth Rocks. The only pen of Scored Barred Plymouth Rock hens in San Anpclo, scoring 91 to 913-1 by Heimlich, one of the best poultry judges in the United States. s From This Pen, 15 for SL50, SI. t ! ffij I frfiiaTii SILAS H. KEETON Hht 'if I joHLbbIE?' wk. - -t !'l! I Best "l - nJk' .i i f. l3LJ 4I. Mrs. Snrino: died at the I II ' i i r' ' -p ' T. o 1 ! r : I v B;'- 1 WILL REMAIN IN CHARGE. NECROLOGY. lOllle of her son, Post muster Lee bpring. at Water Valley last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Spring liiul iittiui -t'd tho ago of seventy years, ui.d peacefully laid away tho cares ot thiH world to join departed lnvfd ont'H who had none More. The Press extends sympathy u the bereave...

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. — 18 March 1903

r "-...-..TT- JW- X .. "-'" " J " ' .-,,...-. ., -.. . .s . 4 jj.-HTJi ., rXTjP"'P " "ip,- .f -m nf, ,.wv ''"TJS7qS7T MfWm J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAR.CH 18, 1903 v Hi ... -...;,. ., a-flriltatftaMBIiMMHH& ' gfT7pBpnBRpRIHHBHHjKv f I A DEAD SHOT. oooooia "Ynnn '" "Excel'enev ." "Here." With '(.owed head and drawing one foot after the other slowly along the ground as if to show great humility, the favorite huntsman of Frincc Horosticnko entered the nr hor where his illustrious master was wont to lcpn.-e after eating. "Approach, son of a dog, and listen!" Ynnn Bar.-ouck ennio nearer and bent forward until his face touched his master's hoot. "Are you always sure of jour hand and your sight?" "God help me, jes, excellency." "Well, you are to wander away from thu castle, as is jour habit. You must pretend to have lost your way. At nightfall enter the garden secretly and, jumping the hedge, conceal yourself in yonder clump of bushes, which is directly in f...

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. — 18 March 1903

- i i ' jPW'lTBBlf't,'jj1''' i m ii ii nn flftrffL nf.iffiii'J jui i & ' Taii4iiiirili ft Br t ' 'V. --. V 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY , MARCH )8, 19Q3, V1 il.,V; ;$?& $&??:&$$' ' 1 ft" vv ', to fi,' h t ' fS'i HHd ii? ? K &r Irii !iV-' s . ; a t:. ! I SOCIETY NEWS. gj How's Angelo. ' She mot li i til in tin1 darkened ', linll ; Sni'l lie I "J' VI brought SolllO ros -s. Her answer seemed, irrelevant : It was, "How cold your mwc is I" Tho event of t ho week wuh I hi' raising up of tli" Chiefs "f l lit I Poncii TriliM I. O. II. M. Inl Wednesday at tin- opera house and tlmt part of the town con cerned turned out in full force to the scene of song mid merriment. Learned men were ravislr-d with delight, fair maidens hearts hounded with a Pocahontas pride, and politicians forgot their dif ferences when the lied Men wand ered in astonishing maze round the council lire that had been kindled in the midst of the hall. A rengoits silence reigned dur...

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. — 22 July 1903

i- .,- V ir rzs&iigttz?f?l: ' i fyLn' t ' f THE SAN ANGELO VOL 7. NO 29 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 b)r (wK j 1903 HntcretllntheHnn Angclo Post Omico fi Hmont1.fliihmn.llmnttrr t f : .? ? -4P MM Wk mmm -.III 'WhB v-J r c wyiiiohtYci urcatinr. r v" ? MISTOOK PRIZE LIST FOR LIVE STOCK. Cattle get $6.,030, Mors $33,186, Sheep $.(2,80yand Horses $93,640. Director of Exhibits Skill', of the World's Fair, has authorized the publication ol the prize list for live stock. The list oilers prizes as follows: Division A -Hordes, pojties, jacks, jennets and mules, SD!,-0-10. Division It Cattle, $01, 00. Division C Sheep and goats, $-12,800. Division D Swine, .fKi.lKsi. Division 12 Poultry, $11,7H0; pigeons and pet stock, $1,214. Division P Dogs, S7.-100. Prospective and continuent exhibits, $!i,8Hf). According to these amounts the total ii: prizes is $200,000. At the Columbian Exposition 0.1J per cent of the total ottering was not awarded and with the same ratio a...

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. — 22 July 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, -TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1903 mi M m Ready For Business. I itm now tit homo In my now locution, (ho Caldwell Building. Ami 1 nin ready to servo you in mattress work in now work or working ovor your 0t(l OIICB. San Angelo Mattress Factory. J. II. JOHNSON, Proprietor. it STOCK NEWS. Albort Kinciticl, of Ozonit, lust wook bought 7110 head of lioltlovor mutton from J. K. Hutiiiltoti ut $2,150. Mr. J. S. Dodmin, of Hillshoro, is lioro tliiH wook buying up mules for shipment to Must Toxus. JIo nought ! houd Monday from Sam Butlor ut p. t. and to ship ping tliom today lo HillHboro. Sterling City. Z. Davis & Soiih Hhippcd two cnrH of fat cowh to St. Louis this wook. John and Tomp Ourrio Hold thoir tliruo-yoar-old Btoors tliiH wook to Folix Mann for S27 por liond. Nowfl-Record. Crockett County. Honey M. Hal IV bought last Saturday 1500 lioad of Route from tho Val Vordo J,tiiid & Cattlo Co., nt $1.00 por hoad . Claud Hudspeth bought last wook for M...

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. — 22 July 1903

r ! "V ,-',--, ,, -- v .fl()l,ftt, . .- rW'gflr - - , ., fn - .'T'-rT'gflRSS,,r THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, J903. HHHaaBSMiyiin- jywww" WwxfwmfwWmmmsmmmSi 3 '1 ft ' SiSy WATCH REPAIRING THE POPE IS DEAD. Venerable Pontiff Bxplrcd Monday nt 4:04 p. m. at Vatican In Rome. After a memorable struggle Pope Leo X1IJ passed to the Great Beyond at the Vatican in Kome, Monday at 4:01 p. in. The end came quietly, his emi nence calmly sinking to eternal sleep. His last words were spoken to Cardinal Oreglia and were as follows : "To your eminence who will soon seize the reigns of Biipreme power I confide tho church in these difficult times." Dont forgot the election today for school directors . -Good Alfalfa Bros. hay at Neeley Seven school directors are to bo elected today. Go out and vote for tho best men. -Nice line of fancy chocolates and bon boiiB in boxes or in bulk at Jones & Davis, near postofRco . 13. L. McAlpino returned Thursday from a visit to hi...

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