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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 July 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 &! stt w tit H' a; Jr ' f :i t i f' :; (' fe v .: w r H V i '! IV. JS ' R j LVv hi Ml M r W: R 8J II V I ' L ii . 1 .V- i iJF't I;1 iy..j . fs. C K' Rii V &'- MgmHUHtai mmmmmgmmmmwm W A Cochran S Son HAVE OPENED UP A FULL LINE OF Groceries Grain Hay Bran Etc In Lurch building corner Oukes street and Concho ave- nuo ana" would 1 ike to servo you when wanting unytliing in this line. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Untied Wednesday Mornings Onloe of I'iiIi Mention Clmdlmumu Street. Opposite Mujs Ilulldlntf. Telephone 211 P. E. TRULY Edllor ond Proprietor. HUllHCItll'TION HATCH: One Your II Wl Hlx Monthi "So KourMonthn M To Montlit Uo AUVKHTIPINO KVTI'.H: Trnntlcnt iidvcrtlscmenlt ilNpliiy per Inuli eneli Intortlmi . !!1 rents. Time conflicts lUil.iy perlnuli rucli Inter tlon BD crntt Locnl mitluet. lest tluin IU0 linen per lino eneli Innertlon liuentt llxlni cliurxu for udt set In Himillur typo tli in lonif primer. No Discounts...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 July 1903

r' ''" k- l." yt' .. . -. .'...'w'U-kWl" ..'-" --'' - "- t 4 -l IT" MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. "Tulane University of Louisiana It5 advnntDKct for practical Induction both In.implo luborutorlet and abundant ho- pltnl mnlcrlali are unexcelled Kree iici'c. M Klven to the Charity llixpltul with HIO beilt and 30oop patlentN annually. Special Instruc- tion N tflven dally nt the beiWdo or the Kiel? The nuxt Rctilon bMulni October Qta. IP03 For catalogue and Info I nut km uildrcs Prof. S. E. CHAILLE M. D.. Dean P.O. Drawer 261. New Orleans Ln. -Seo E. W. llobv tliu furniture mnii for wull paper. E. Davis mid family Imve movoil to this place from Big Lake. J. H. Murrah made n business trip to Sonora last week return- ing Wednesday. A. A. Cohl) and family of Ohristovnl were visitors to the city Thursday. Willis Lawhon attended the Sheriff's convention at San An- tonio last week. J. H. Day left Thursday for a fows days visit to his family at Copperas Cove. P. II. Twoddell. of Hartford Ky. has been vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 July 1903

r m'- ! t" yv- M A ;. rr 'Vt i MX & ' r.) v lf ..-7 .r r A l r '' fv sf' .ft &"' k'Sffl J.l :Vfl !'' IBV- w I 4? -i ri ..l w f l(''- rar ." V i-sr-' fl tf& VTv '& VTL . J4iV'K to 1- n 'TI THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY IULY 22 1903 There Is Health In It Tl Nothing is moro healthful than fin occasional glass of pure Mineral Water. It tonus up the Bystem and prevents tho diBonses characteristic of this season. Wo handle the Crazy Wells and Gibson Water Bottlod as it Hows from nature's fountain. Lot us furnish you with a supply. Keon it in your home drink it regularly and you will be delighted with tho rosults F z TAYLOR & JOHNSON. SAN ANGELO GETS ONE. Three New Experimental Farms to be Established. One at San Angelo. Prof. M. A. Carlton cerealist Of the Department of Agriculture -who Ihib inspected much of tho wheat crop in Texas stated in Dallas recontly that he was high- ly ploased with tho wheat crop of tho fltato both as to tho yield and iquali...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 July 1903

j y - . M " " Knfc''Vf4 ' ' . K .'' T-' ' y !!-" 7?f5fT THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903. iBMayanMliiMiiM fflwWfSR 7 W I sunn & (Successors to J. Shioman.) Wish to be remembered when you have an order to place for Staple or Fancy GEOCERjES FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES. Our prices will suitand deliv- ery is prompt. Also carry a line of Dry Goods Notions Tinware and Queensware. WE RET'RIL ICE in any Quantity and can supply you on Sunday till 5 p. m. Shipman & Cheatham PHONE 117. it NECROLOGY. Aletlio Gonzales aged 48 died at tho family home in this city Sunday morning and was buriud in tho Catholic cemetery that afternoon. Mr. Ernest Abbot recoived a tolegram yesterday announcing the death o'f Mis. Fred Wear at Roswell N. Mux. It will bo ro- monibored that Mr. and Mrs. Wear removed from this place to Roswoll somo time ago. Further particulars will be given in next week's issue of The Press. SPECIAL REUNION RATE. The Santa Fe has made a rate of one an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 July 1903

flSJfKJBigM BMBMW ' -' -' -' --'. . -.. .- im......!. t'm mi i mk1. . . ..-L.. .J'. i Miii...i J- fr .-J.! - 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 8 j4 '"'' " v' fi HorfjwrrHP3 - " w; jfj" ' 'I sy.'i ; m? ' sKwF w I : I mSkV R E' ' lr Up Hot Pi Era ' m i I We Be to Announce 22 5s ss g s to tho people of tho Concho Country that wo have Hccured tint agoncy for the Celebrated Deering Harvesting Machinery. Wo nlao carry a lurgo stock of extras and twine. 3 W. A. COCHRAN & SON nr 1 iuaiimiiamiimimuiiaiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiimmiiiaiiiiiii rr PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. F. J. ABAMS DEALER IN II STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ' II GRAIN HAY AND RANCH SUPPLIES Ati Ordinance Defining Nuisances Noxious Trndcs nnd Their Con- trol and Removal. Be it Ordained by the City Council of tho City of San Angelo ToxttB : Articlo 1. All dead decaying ox putrid carcasses flesh fish or vegetnbles all deposits of manure ofTals or other unwhole- some substances or filth of any description what...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

m m'WwmmwmmmmsmwmmmmM2zsm ywv' Tiswro f-X '1F w t rlfMlr' fJf Pfpn .7 TB 1 SAN ANGELO P V'HVeVHjfy Lj VOL' 7. NO 30 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903. CMXzm r. ritif&Tm r ' . i'j " - -- . . - tl wi aiB ? .Va"- . ''' s "i v tzl. ' ' ' TOTWlB Entered In the Hnti Anxclo Post Oflllco '-.viSK'M Sccond-olaimraallmnttcr t I &!4flk'iM KWtMXMU1UtMMXaMMnMaMMmnUmMMMMHXMMM&WlM9M fft.a vAf ! !. iw i 8vTi time tmm M 1 V 1 L4ff "ra'-v - far r'W --. 8 COrrKieMT leo SjW t i B S " WfclT UWH VfT 5 1 uxmmmnxxwxwKrntKXKxxKXKHKVBm&KKX ff M t -MSTOCK San Saba County. I. M. Iffarkey sold -Hi tw. year old steers to Frank mid Sara "Hull nt $18. I. M. IJurkoy bought from dif- ferent parties -17 vending steers at from to .fli'. " H. W. Atkinson sold 200 steers ones ami twos to. I. M. Kuvkon- dnll at.SlL. ;"0 and i?17.."K) and to Alex tturst 100 calves at 'O.oO. News. Sales in St. Louis. Following are a few fraeoimen sales -on the St. Louis market last week-: W. D. JCoyser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

KSH -y- -V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS. WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903 - I r t i p 4- . jmwzttwmMVMESzmx&iw A Rare Business Chance. My stock of Groceries and Men's Clothing is fcr sale for cash or will take some young cattle Also storehouse and dwelling ebmbined and the lot upon which it stands. The business will pay anyone well who can give it pcwoiv al attention. My health has been bad for sever al months and the doe tor says I must change business is the only reason for selling. Call and sec mc if interested C D. Duke One block north of railroad crossing; near round house. STOCK NEWS. Market Letter Kansas City Mo July 2IJ '0!$. Special to Tim Press: Quarantine market ut Kansas City opened Monday of thin wook 10 cunts higher tliun lust wook'fl closo and there has boon a steady advance each day since. Steers havo probably gained more tlmti cows itt) there are comparatively fow strictly good --teors with good weight coining now. Prices on tlit-60 aro "5 to 10 contB higher Ihun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

.-t. -.. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 29 J903 !?" 1 . r - UKtKA Ml SI 8 Tlie Bed Men and Maccabees assisted by some of tlio city's best tnlent will give a concert... WEDNESDAY And n minstrel performance full of laughable V features a season of fun will bo presented... 4 THURSDAY NIGHT. AUG 6rh. I V I fill I - Tickets for eitlier entertainment or tickets for the two now on sale at Pioneer Drug Store. 1 AUGUST T. 1'. Bell came Talpa Thursday. over from -Quality is first consideration at Malison's. Leo Snyder was in yesterday from his ."Schleicher county ranch Dr. S. G. McGraw and family left on the afternoon truin Sun- day. Judge Joseph Sponco Jr. left Sunday for Austin on legal busi- ness. -Quality is first consideration at Mabsou's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Henderson of Vigo visited Mrs. W. S. Veck la it week. Mrs. W. P. Coats of Hinde. was the guest of Mrs. W. S. Veck last week. It's at MabBon's anything you need in groceries or feed. Austin Spencer will not return ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

AW' IE3 4 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 59 1503 W 1 o u ?T rod fe I H 1 MS? M I UTffc' If? Srtl V ) I I v: r ! I: - i t) w r mmMmmmmmmmMgmm W A Cochran ffori HAVE OPENED UP A FULL LINE OF Groceries Graii) ai) prarj Elc In Loroh building corner Onkcs street and Concho ave- nue and would 1 ike lo servo you when wanting anything in thin lino. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Imut'rt WViIiicmIkv MniniriKH Olllor of 1'nli Mention C'liiiillMiiirno Hlrum 0i.-()iUo M.iys llullillnir. Tulunlinii'J J II P. E. TRULY Editor and Proprietor. HUIIHHMI'TION IIATKS: One Yciir Iirl Six Month- Wo Four Months M. Two Months 'J5u ADVnitTI.'INd IU'l'KS; Trunslonl iiitviiiliii'iiii'iiN. ilispl iv li'r Inch. OIIUll lllM!rl!Ori .. . '.'U"llLS Tllni) (.'lint nuts cll'l.iy. por Inch I'lieli Insi'r- tlon S) units. Louiil notli.'i'M. Ii-ss th.in il llnt-H. per IIih1 imuIi Inxurilori. AumMh Extru ijliurKC lor ihIsm'I In siiiiillt'r typo thin limit primer No Discounts No Commissions I'l'IIMHIIKIt'H NOT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

''w W$y -"" ftSWWmjpK. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903. 6 There Is Health In It Nothing is more healthful thnn an occasional glass of pure Mineral liter. It tones up the system and prevents the diseases characteristic of this season. We handle the Crazy Wells arid Gibson Water Bottled as it flows from imturc's fountain. Let us furnish vuu with a supply. Keep it in vuur home drink it regularly and you will be delighted with the results. ft H :: TAYLOR & Mr. G. L. Gentry who reeentlv built a homo in north San Angelo called Saturday and provide! himself with a year's supply of The Press a most valuable" ac- quisition to the household furn- ishings. Working Night and Day. f Tlio busiest and mightiest little thing that eyer was made is Dr. j King's New Lifo Pills. These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy ' brain-fag into mentul power.: Thoy're wonderful in building up' fl.r lrilfll Hull. Or. ... I.... I Sold by J. V. Ilurris. dru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

' . Lr ((.- --r. -' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS "WEDNESDAY JULY 29. 1903 '.1 LM ? 3 $ II i Jir ' v 4- feV j nfl Letters of Travel. No. 1 . eMiuwiiorr. iTuly 22. "It looks liku soft 'Velvet;' said u friend whilst standing by tho Millspnugh dam and looking ucrosH the river SX tlio fringe of trees through an opening in which appeared tlio swelling point of green 1und. Tlio expression seemed apt. J was forcibly reminded of this iintl my Concho home when fitting outside the Sheldon Hotel jny chnir neighbor Hpoke of the jinzy softness of the distant pines oh tlio Sacramento mountains -when viewed from u distance lie jhad been enjoying the coolness of Cloudcroft and now was feasting on the pleasures of memory. We wore feeling very comfortable alter a generous supper following along buggy drive; for it had been a hot day and wo hud driven over to Yaleta a nioturesquo -town standing n little oil' the jflilroad the perfect beauty of -which none can guess by the jinme or the very bri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNRSDW. I')lY 2? l03. ll!nM!!!!!!rtH!n!!HHI!!llHni!nnf!nnin!!!!inn!nim!ni!!l!!!l!!!!!Ull!mn!!HIH!H!m!!n!IH oh the queen's-throne. JJJJL3& ..BLINBMESS.. ll c o o GO w C) ff) a H W z a H a o G O O as With the exception when it results from cataract is in 95 per cent of its cases caused by the atrophey or gradual sink- ing and ultimate decay of the optic nerve. This condition of the nerve is brought about by the failure of the blood to sup- ply sufficient nutriment to sustain its strength and repair the waste incident to its constant use. This failure may be caused by some slight mechanical ob- struction within the arterial vessels and inability of the venar system to carry off the deleterious matter. The atrophey of the vessels themselves are an inherited weakness within the region of this deli- cate organ whatever the cause it must be apparrent to anyone that if these ob- structions waste matter etc. could be removed and normal circulation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 29 July 1903

'. - SMltsm HaaBmuMwrMBamwfcf -mJ-. S. I 1 'r-ss"-'- 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 29. 1903 "V A i m fci MinifHiiiHinmnimmmminminminmnmHnmmmm. 1 We Be to Announce 1 S to tlm people of the Concho Country that we have zS. ZZ. secured the agency for the Celebrated .... - Peering Harvesting Machinery 1 52 Wo also curry a largo stock of extras and twine 5SS 11 A fAfUPAM VW. ft. LULIllYttPJ V i3VI1 Texas 3 ?iiiiiiuiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)imiiiiiaiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiii F. J. DEALER IN A Modest Appeal. Tho Wosb Texas .Stockman dos- jgnnted by tln West Texas press as "tho great bull organ " with characteristic modesty and leaded pica appeals to the Htocknien ot Texas to come through for .-'0000 nn amount that it states will allow the management to contin- ue to especially and exclusively represent tho cow interests l Texas. A modest request and reasonable sunny. One that it is rathor dillicult to understand liow the stockmen can refuse to tumble over one another i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

ANGELO PRE THE VOL 7. NO 31 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1903. KntcrcdlnthcBno Anitclo Post Oftllce Hecoml cliuNmnllinnllcr V MWIUKXMmxmMMMmXMXtltMMxnnWWUKKKMMJCMMil fJW Q w casta ggj Slf4 WQVED To the building- S formerly occu- j pied by the Con cho Drugstore J four doors 1 north of post J office. 1 want I to see you in J my new place of business j Will guarantee s to please you in J anything you... j want in the Suit Line I can fit your j purse form I clothes are "fit- J ten" let me fit J you here. I J. G. STOKES. XHXXvmtMKiKmvxxirm nmx aaxwwB"iW'iw AAAAA i r'Vi MISTOOK NEWS! J. II. Buhington of Coleman 6old u car of cuIvps on the Saint Louis market last week at SG.50. Maroli Bros. shipped from the Territory to St. Ixiuie and sold 59 cows average 701 lbs at 2.05 last week. Thompson Bros. of Coleman Bold throe cars of cows and heifprs on the St. Louis market last week at $2.15 to $2.55 per cwt. Stock Shipments. The following ship ments went out Friday. J. W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

LLLLLLLLLHSUmVHNn?r 7? Jr "" -' . "w .. "1'"" """ 'r'"'' " v 11 ' TT?; ' .-Tsi-j- -ih - w THE SAN ANCELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS "WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1903 v'i!lPP9HHflBHBHHHHHHMM9BSRR'''BHIRsi ' X mm. 16 Come and Look at the Bargains at .k 1 Austin l I4 A Baroaio House. Shoes Worth $1.50 for - - $1.25. Hats " $1.50 - - $1.25. Also ii lino lino of Mens and LudiostMove-i at. a very low price. Shirts at one-half price; also a (Ino lino of pants at from 50r to S8.G0 per pr. Ladies Shirt Wants nt lO;' to $8.50. Good Pocals at 7f por yd. Everything in our lino at a Bargain. A fine line of $5.00 sample pants for $2.50 to $2.35. Fine line Soft Madras Shirts for 50c worth much more. Lino of I'mbrolla Samples at Wholesale l'ricn. .Summer Hats at your own Price. Austin Spencer's Bargain House. 3$ fcd ! S ft?$i $ V it STOCK NEWS. Sam Oglosby of Sherwood bought of T. A. WilHon of Juno 2200 wothors 25 and up and 000 owoh 25 at private terms do- livery Aug. 10th. T. D. McNeil bought tho Ward hunch o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

Iv V t ' :? f I . ? ffi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 J903 I i ( ' s i J Many Things S S have been used for killing Bcrcw worms There hns been some objectionnbl6 fea- turo to them nil some too h it'll in price some too severo on the animal and many fall- ing entirely to do the work. The I Coi)cho prUg I Sstore Z is making a preparation that 9 8 proves to be.of great benefit to stockmen in as mucli that g $ it combines a moderate pi ice 2 5 with n very effective remedy 2 2 which puts the wound in u 2 hoalthy condition and re- S duces to a minimum the chances of the lite doposit- 2 S ing more eggs. E. Boykin the Miles capitalist was in the city Monday. -"The clothes that satisfy." It. A Porter. -Eat cake and cream after con- cert. L. 0. T. M. will Borve you. -J. It. Gilbert & Co. haudlo the best coffee on .the market. Rev. E. Rudolf was quite sick Inst week but is again able to be out. -The L. 0. T. M's. will servo cake and cream tonight in opera house y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

r" naim'av n- -.i ''W 'MIA nnM111 JFeBaP"- " ffyryFv. '' f- f'fmv'm'!flwwJ"v' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1903 SrWr'vywrrSw ippprw jrv'V t r. 1 i 'fr k it : ? i immninmnimniinmninnHnimminnfminmiHinniK I We Beg to Announce 1 S to tlio people of tlio Conclio Country thnt wo have -3 55 Boourod tlio agency for tlio Celebrated j 1 Deering Harvesting Machinery 1 : Wo iiIho curry ft lurgo stock of oxtras and twine. 32 1 W. A. '.COCHRAN & SON 5l"TAS:1 1 iiiiiiiiiimiitiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiii THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Inmicrt WcilncMlny Mornliwn. Oillao of l'uli llontlnn Chiulliourne Hlrocl Oiifoilto May JJulMlnn. Telephone 2H P. E. TRULY. Editor and Proprietor. HUllHCUIITIOfi KATB8: OnoYenr 1 .W; Hlx Monlln 75o Four Month Q Two Months !So ADVIIItTIFINU IIATKH: Trnnnlcnt ndvprlUcinenlN ilNplny per Inch cnoh Insertion tfSomilK Tlinci ont nets ilvipl.ir pur Inch cuoli Inser- tion BD oentH. Locnl notices lest than PC) lltiCN pcrltuc each Ins...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

.r THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1903. 5 A I "" f . ... . There Is Health In It yr Nothing is more healthful thiui an occasional glass of pure Mineral Water. It tones up the Bystem and prevents tho disenses characteristic of this season. We handle the Crazy Wlls arid Gibson Water Bottled as it flows front nature's fountain. Let us furnish you with a supply. Keep it in your home drink it regularly and Vou will be delighted with the results P H .4. TAYLOR & ANOTHER GOOD RAIN. Wednesday's dully Wnsher Was General and Will Prove of Great Benefit. With the exception of a few scattering showers the Concho country has had no rain for quito jv while and while tho live stock interests were still flourishing the crops wero beginning to need moisture- and tho cowman was beginning to watch the skies for signs of rain as well as the man with the lion. About b o'clock Wednesday .afternoon the situation was great- ly improved by a downpour of the g'ood old "gully wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

4)to?r- '- v t-;-v ' - il rJHipmrvfjPF 'TrpWF THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELOTEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 (903 BlIBfllwTlanPfi ' r?' tin' ff I'lillltlHI'IIM imwiwinwi inauuiimg!TaiiwemuniiJiJULUiuimir w el com 6 T. Hi r trie: aim 1 1 i win i mi wiwawmmm imi iwummw wmI H RMauHOwawMnHMMsraHUHMMgMiHiMHa3 I II Wo would join in tho gonorous welcome accorded you by our peo- plo and trust that ypur reunion mny indeed bo a pleasant one. To nil visitors wo extend ii cordinl invitation to visit tlie new Drug Storo during your stny. Those who reside in Sun Angelo's Tointory are invited to come und 6eo the facilities provided for the nccommodution of their business. Our Stock Of Drugs Is Complete find Imvo boon purchased with special cure as to purity. Our prescription department is in chnrgo of a competent and experi- k encod pharmacist lour every requirement will receive our ir prompt and most careful attention. Don't Forget Our Soda Fount for the Best Cream and Delicious Cold Drinks V Lee Wilson...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 5 August 1903

'wfr MiiBTSS2 & s - tm ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1903. . J.aa.-MgwttJ'l''"'- -' TjCjnwijw pi if wwiwii ingyjii hi jjjj iJ'"tiiiiiftfMMyiwMMWMCCTtM ssk - BMraMBBPHRM ' i WtMrnMm hWm.. 4MBKSKIgSmmr : fv;jteftfir..lraillHlWstoI' CiBiifcEajV.t-.T.I J fcM iMMfni TiMiMlilffrtllTMIMM WMTff Hi iw n M II ! l I 111! I Hi i I llll W Wt JHHEWVi "JTW " ''lSWWniBMMiWI ... .7T7r.T.;W1 f ( .-....-. ;r- fCHEAP a tai 1 li Sua 2 Had h m I Sunday Aug. 9 EXCURSION T f. :; v.f t'-" " n 0 r&tfl H i wvtiS .W MVa rvM q nviA Mate AH en FROM SAN ANGELO. Tickets on Sale flii(j. 8t!i. Good until fluo. lltli. THE NEW MACHINE SHOPS A Credit to snn Angelo That Mich to the Stability of the Town. Adds On Concho avniuo n few doors east of the Lamlon hotel is u solid-looking concrete building 50x100 feet and two stones high with n largo basement. This building was constructed for a machine shop carriage reposi- tory and manufactory of vehicles and that it is well suited to tho purposes f...

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