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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 August 1903

IHHMMHnMHnMBMUBBMM "'"'flHflHMHHSflM&yH, --n--: -- iiK8ttMtl!KrinBHPl',!PWMBSSE!IRMUfllHHHHHHBBI r'l? Vf" fflraHHmcWllPTOfwPwiWwE Bra9MWHBPK5MBPraMi!(P?mii??a mm TOM W ,TT ' c . i jrfBT ". " YJ - ' ' -Ti' ' I 7 " -" VW" . - ' ' f- ." Tn, "yr M' r WW "3-. ji V rrri ''ii: W?JJ- If'. "J " jm.-- j,fc. ;v ' jrrtvS."TliE.WWlWGQiEWi Kfvi(jpt!;c'JJ' X ' l - - - ' , R', 1 tr f f--w' Bf "X 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1903 H . i 1 1 i i '8 SAY!: IF YOU DON'T Eddie Maier's IS THE BEST PLACE TO GET YOUR BLLR and WHISKEY 8WWR8 Letters of Travel. No, 2. CLOUIIUHOl'T TO DAWSON. Tho in nn or woman of tempor ary leisure, whilst in New Mexi co, should hy no incnns fail to yjsit the Mai Pais, which is inter preted "'Had Country," but var iously and locally known aa tho JDovil's Valley, or Mack Hock. J loft tho train at Carisozo and went towards tho old volcano crater on a donkey, feeling about as comfortable as Sir Lanneolot of old in his cart. It is very humilia...

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. — 12 August 1903

rer- '.' , "g; 'jtjzzzl : r ,nA m rTTv? r; ",i:Kl'"',?,T .;-iiWBK3f1" ' fwlr "VTgfrs 33f LiJ Ttim '" c a t a tpit a " 'ddecI VOL 7, NO 3 2 Sai, iNGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 1903. ,lnvlSalttn Ai'!BVutt orti t M .. ! ! Icmi' lliimi Ik.. Till', i nl rliiu itiu(i!i il V i i .4-- ii t h . - s-n xi:.-4 - v ......... ss , -, . -, . ,. . . - -TOE SUPMfcK iK 'wi,i?-;,;',, s ;. & , AiBAKwycte, .- M. ' - . . bVr . I . 1 1 ..i ... r .. Iaai W liIM -. - I ..... -.--- ..,.. . ...... ....,,..... -., . ,,..., , mH(b III w I . . .. r, vw n 8 .V fev 8 8 4ST 1 i wiHHH 1 W ' tf NIKS' jBj 'vSB s rV& ' ' sSaT '.' , r 1 'J '1 IM4 i'1 r&v ' p 3 COPtHioht rt"o3 & f ' U 8 W )& ft fv, HKXW. mKttWtmWft7XXXK.XKKV SOUTHERN CATTLE. Some Difficulty Belli;; Experienced in (letting Tick Infected Cattle to Market. N. D. Thompson, mnnnqor of the II S Kanch, located in the southern part of thu county, is in the city trying to perfect arrange ments to got out a shipment of fn...

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. — 12 August 1903

r i ' K ) -r, 'ii' S l l: f- 8$ Yk tjn iraLa 5t. ; SP" 2 THE SAN ANGEL 0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 t903 & I H 11 u IW. o. ata IMBMk Jj l J ."fcl TP"4. " W W" aM TWr5 jKCtKlJtC51 Telephone ii STOCK NEWS. George Hamilton recently pur chased liaUHhH'p trom air. jioi land. S. M. Ogloshy recently bought 2200 wethers nntl 800 owes from T. A. Wilson, ,of Juno. ' Tom Privctt lust wcok pur chased of Willis Johnson, for tlio Dallas Fnir, seven outlaw horses ut Jf80. J. K. Thompson, of Schleicher, sold to J. W. Cox, ofColomun, 10 two-your-old mules and ono pony mnro for $085. Change of Slock Train. Tho schedule of tho stock train which has heretofore boon leaving Snn Angolo on Friday of each weok, has been changed, and, bo ginning Monday, tho 10th, will louvo each Monday promptly ut 10 u. in. O. O. Clark, ol Monroo, La., has purchased horses as follows: W. D. Ako, oT'Uu'tTf, 5 saddlo horses, 1 at $10 and 4 at $50; Hurry Jackson, 10 mares from S20 to $00, and 2 horses a...

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. — 12 August 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST J2, J903 Cff. . I iC f I -. ! STOCKMEN, f We are making n prepa ration to take the placo of Chloroform, for kill ing screw wormB. It's very much cheaper thnn Chloroform and better, for the reason., it leaves an antisoptic covering on the wound. Wo have had it thoroughly tested by several 1 1 w. . Llw.i i ,V1 z BtocKinen, t"j "" i" ' I uounce it the best thing for the purpose they Have ovei used. Wo sell it under a positive guarantee that if not satisfactory wo refund the price. Will bo pleased to quote prices on any quantity. I i Concfio Druo Store, i San Angelo, Tcxai. gaeCaMHMS For Gool, Comfortable Rooms come ti The Oalces on Oalius street Quli't uml HotnellUe Will appreciate our puiruwiKe MRS.flS.6flftR.Proprlel.ress -Mason's Jars, Rubbers. The, Ituckot. -Good Alfalfa hay at Nceley Bros.' Loo Upton made a professional visit to Sherwood, Saturday. -11 bars soap for SI The Jack et. -lco Cream, North San Angelo Wednesday ni...

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. — 12 August 1903

J. && r" .fc -S w .' . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 1903' MI hi W RS.tfJ m n l1 8f m, r i . i STN ' t,'' I i i i v & -' m, i - I' IT' - nniHifnmnimniiHiHnifHHiinmmniHiminmmiHmK We Beg to Announce tothnpnnplnnf thof!iwloCnmtrv lint wo have 3 jx: secured tJ itc ii'-v l'ir li" ('c. iirai'Mi , . 1 Deer-frig" Harvesting Machinery tZ Wo nlfl.rcftrrV (i hr'i''of!: oi i trus and twine. "I' W. A-. -COCHRAN & SON, SMT.S,D' 1 amiuiiinlaiiiiui'aiiiiuiiauausiuiiiiaaaiiiiiaiiuiimi Tffli SAfJ A'KGELO PRH'SS. .-Ifcplll'll Willi KM'I'IV M'li I'lIlK IMlDU "f I'llll lli:titli(n, CliiulliiHirtii'-Kircct, (j.ilto Mt . JIUIUlliiK. Tulciilmtii .'II ,P. E. TRULY, Udltor find Proprietor. HL'IIHf'lHI'riON HATIIK OnuVcilr, ... 41 V). -HI Moulin. .. . TV FuuruMftiilhi .. M, Tu Months 2'm . AOVKItrUHNU UTi:S: . TriWili'lil iirtviTllwiiionlH, illxpliy. icr Inoli, unuh liitcrtnm. " .. jVci-nts Timn uoiit iieti, ilhl iv,.p;r Injjb, uiu-li liiier- tlnii,. . " '. IJl'...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 August 1903

;,wiiwij'w - gr7-; . Tfrr;y? 'ffi'!,' ' t"-.ij u mhp i nut1) .-. i .' J." V f F55 ' t , - THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 l"03. (-l"''wP"3PT77fllWrT,""'" "5'"VI "'"M mm v ',' i si r r 1 - .- muiu.i. - 5 i : ,; -), .' There Is Health In It -N"Uiiii H lll'ip' tlnll ill III tllilll (111 (.(ii-ionul gla-is ni puv" M mrn i Wnt' r. Ft torn up tli'- "i'in mid li''vnit-tin ii'nvs "hai'in'lori-t.c of this F';i''(iii. Vn hutiill'1 the Crazy Wells and Gibson Water Ilottlil as it llnws frmn nutuie'i - fount nil). I.Mirf furnish vou witli pn hiipply. K"') it in yw hnmi', drip'; it. vstu'iirlv n:ul vyii mil l f J ili'lii'litcd with tin IM' TAYLOR & Tho Way He Got In. At the uiul of (l bail match, in the spectators wore leaving thy ground?, u" small boy attempted to leave by climbing over the boarding instead of passing out by the exit'-. "Come down, boy ! " Why don't you go out the way you got in I'" shouted a gruff policeman. "I am u-doing of it, puddonhoad," r...

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. — 12 August 1903

m$ -' a ' -- A, THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN AN GELO TEXAS, WEDNES&AY, AUGUST 12, 1903 . -'- I 1 fffiffi nip H '' BBS i H !. mm ' Slfe ' WBr Hi1 '' "' i fifes " ' rm: i , Sb" w I l P'' fc" m V' my ffl : E" m. MEL ijjL, I Mr H if 1 jfew i V- I iff ' B IT I I I II I I Ncrth JEWELER, Has moved across the itrcet from old location and is now second door of Winkler & Hudson's dry goods store, Remember THis When vou want your Watch or clock repaired, Prompt and efficient work at moderate charges, v v v v UATCH INSPECTOR FOR G. C fc S. IP- R- R. fol-ad-liirn and and An Merles Between Brownwood and San Angelo Lost Week. Four (lames Played. TIio basoball enthusiasts havo -"hod no occasion to complain dur ing tho prist wook,llvo games buy ing been provided for ttioir amuse ment, all of which woro, to Hay tho leant, vory interesting in their nature. Brownwood came ovor Wednes day for a BorieH of three games the first of which wan played that afternoon, resulting in a victory for tho visito...

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. — 12 August 1903

22 I. titj'iiji H'i - ry tmi i mi r 'mh , i . a -,,: ' "V . ' .- " st1 j r n -1 e . w .ji-wwbt v r."i i"' ft . &lit,.r ' ii tr- '" ' THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST t2 1903. T ' i'J i V PUSSY'S TRAINING. The Way the Mother Cat Teaches the Kitten to Fight. I thought every one know that cats tench their kittens nil the ways of cut life. It was my first lesson In naturnl history. In" my boyhood days a fnll confined me to the house. At the foot of my trundle bed u lit ter of kittens in n basket afforded mo amusement. I noticed the thin voice that gradually developed into the strong mew of the old cat, and I knew the mother was continually giving a lesson in cat language. When the kittens were old enough to leave the basket I wns surprised to sec the old cat plnying with them. Pussy, as we called hor, was a staid old cat, and 1 did not know that she had nny piny in her. I soon no ticed that she plnycd with each kit ten. She had no favorites. After awhile i...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 August 1903

jSuJ Jfll ; ? ; '; ' A .J-- Is-r' n 8 'THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELOTEXAS. WEDNESEAY, AUGUST A?, 1903 IS h- ip h .-& 1 F K f- L s''?'a'j5.!a'.'3'.' - aT' - .A 2M (?) (W 0 4? (I! m m m (0 ! EASY PAYMENTS, I now have 5 acres of my land adjoining "San Angclo Heights" on the west, surveyed off into 5 acre tracts, I will dispose of the sanic in "the next 30 days, cither in 5 far 10 acre tracts, at $50 p:r a:rc. Tcrmsi S5 psr acre cash.and SlO per month, notes to bear 10 per cent interest after maturity, This land is located tibout 1'2 mile west of the court house, on south side of Sherwood road, Elcv vation about 100 ft, above the town, It joins the city limits on 'the vcst, where town lots 50 x 190 arc readily celling at S125, per lot, ' ' ' m (0 '&. Ss:- S" sr i?- r :i?-! & & ffr & cr: " EQUINE JEALOUSY. How a Trainer Was Led to Davclop a Pair of Doxlng Horses. 'A. II. Powell, tlio veteran trainer of horses, wlio after two p.iticn; years nctually taught two lior-...

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. — 19 August 1903

rgyf -';" J -'s flrv v Fit' J5t,tf, BPft?;; KWr r - THE SAN ANGELO huw , 'i a . . ' T VAOL 7. NO 3 3 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1903. Untered In tho San Angelo Post Ottloe Hecondclamnll.muttcr rai&B . .. Ml tnM'iHiillil(i . j PRESSS 4 ,1 ft-J ft I : ".if & !. V i COPVRJCNT KOJ reciter 0999Z9 9&Q9GB B9999999 t-VwVV,'v ' MISTOOK Windrow Payne sold his sheep last weok to J. J. Shoppard and Dr. Comeuys at $2.25 to .$.o. Henry M. HullY and outfit pass ed through Ozonu last week en route to Sonora to receive the steers that he bought in that county Ozonn Kicttor. PASTURE RATES TOO HIGH A Texas Cowman Tells of Condition In Osajje Nation. "Texas ranchmen are pay in two much for pasture in the Os age nation this season to get rich," said H. D. Smith, the young cowman of Ozonn, Tex., today. Mr. Smith is a foreman on tho big ranch of Chas. Scliuuer, located in Crockett Co., Tex., which contuiiis 82,000 acres of land. "Tho pastures in tho na tions wer...

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. — 19 August 1903

Kf.?&-' WKKSK&STBSiM-'- ' TJ. MB$t&&W!!&SS3Z?, WKStKSSSFT' f ' , i '---.. - 1- Jiiii MMMliMMMW aMHWMMMaHaMMlkaalllafaMMaHHaHMHi s VH THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 1903 & & 1 $ p D SflN flNGELO'S GREAT 6ftKNIVflL Liberal Purses and Premiums are Of fered. Live Stock Exhibit. i 0CT0BLR 14, 15, AND 16. Sun Angolo will put with ull wlio nmy como. San Angelo will again on licr Sunday clothes and muko merry bo in Carnival regalia, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, October 1, lbiind li. Arrangements luivo boon completed looking to tho bust event of its kind ovor had in our city. The cash premiums and pursoB uggrogute $8500. Every body is working to the success of tho ovont. With uch moil as John I' .i', M 0 Davis, J R Taylor, W 0 Johnson, S E Gantt, Frunk IlarriH, Jt A 'Hull, Jim Colonial), J R Nusworthy, A I) WcHt anil C R Motculfo conducting affairs, tho people of tho surrounding country can rest assured of an onjoyablo occasion...

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. — 19 August 1903

jwrt "', Li'-H''9A"3SKU9BBaGSflHHHSBJiiaiHiAr ... . ., J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY,' AUGUST 9, 1903 : Don't Suffer. USE PrlGKiy Heat Powder. Cured iirlultly hent, clinic. Wo tnuke this powder. utlnK (ifilv Hie piircit InKrcdleMM that can ho hoUKht, It will not Injure ttio must delicate shin, hut Ii cuollntf und re frcNlilnif, Everu Box Guaranteed. 2 5c a Box. Prepared niul Sold by tlio Concho Druo Store San Angelo, Texas, V, V.. Allen New IIulMinu For Gool, Comfortable Rooms eimiu to The Oakes on OaUes street. Quiet nml Iloniellku Will uiipreolntt our p.itriunmre. MRS.fl.S.GflRR.ProprIetress Good Bye. Willi Ihis issue of The Press, my connection with the paper causes, and Mr. W. 1. Wnylnnd assumes churgo as odilor and pro prietor. It is not without regret tins announcement is mudo for I had grown to love The Press and my soul was in its success, but iny belief and sincere hope is that the papor is left in moro ablo hands and its success will be moro marked u...

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. — 19 August 1903

tei&Wti, ii .11 ., nJ .fa .'li i.Wli tHIO)? i i wiHniiMJfafctott' tn - -i V Miy )i " i "i ' r ?, ,- ' ,n . t THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 1903 M , I I'll '8 uH le- ij 1 1 ft" IT-&" Mi (v T uni now in the lntolc l)iisi- JL ness. 1 own tlio only Ilubbor Tired "Hack in tlio ' m 5J city, mid will liorenftur have ? personal chnrgo of Hamu. J All calls promptly attonded J J to with tlio easiest riding rig in tlio city. Headquart- J era, Landou Hotel. AIho jj miBwor ciiIIh at Phone No. 0. J WILL DOUGHERTY. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. ImuciI WciliioMliT.M(nilii. Oniocof I'uli Mention, ChiidtMMirnc Htrcct, Oppoiltc Mays UulldlnK. Telephone 11 P. E. TRULY, Editor and Proprietor. HUllHCIillTION HATCH: Ono Yciir, Il, HI Muntln, . . .7Sc Four Munllit . .,, M, Two Monllis, .. . 'ilo AllVKItTIHINCJ iutuh. Transient advertist'iiiuntH, illspl.iy, per Inoh, cuuh Insertion,. . W cents Tlmo cont uottt, implujr per Inch, euoli Inser tion, .. . SO ocnts. IOoul milieu, l...

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. — 19 August 1903

.-taw Ml Vn !''' ' ---inimiM .,im i . .. . . - . -. -v -. . - . . ..r-rt-- SBaPftSMT' r THE SAN ANGEJ.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 190?. Af" The Best of Whiskey, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, At Thfi ...- Star Saloon, Chas. W. Zenker Prop, 8he Failed to Take the Compliment. Lord Lytton was seated one day at dinner next to a lady whose name was Birch and who, tradition says, was beautiful if not ovorintelligent. Sho said to his excellency, "Are you acquainted with any of the Birch es?" Hcplicd his excellency, "Oh, yes; I knew some of them most in timately while at Eton indeed, more intimately than I cared to." "Sir," replied the lady, "you forget that the Birctas are relatives of mine." "And yet they cut me," eaid tho viceroy. "But," and ho smiled his wonted Binilc, "1 have never felt more inwined to kiss the rod than I do now." Mrs. Birch, sad to say, did not see the point and, so tho gossips have it, told her husband that his excellency had in sulted her. ' Cause For ...

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. — 19 August 1903

&2ggum " 1 i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19. 1903 I mini il IlillllHlillHiM'l ' rtjfc" wmllMimmdiitmmmmMmtmmiiimtk tr- I, v J if Ml .Ml' fo- ?- II Iio w, Added to amIo capital forms ii desirable combination in tiny business. Wo have tliiH happy combination mid it enables us to keop in stock tlio largest assortment of Furniture mid House Furnishings of any houso west of Fort 1 urgo quantities and aro buy at tho vory lowoat. cheap. Investigate our advantages in buying of A. S. GANTT & SON, $ PHONE I I ik STOCK NEWS. Stock Shipments. Following aro tlio stock ship ments of tlio pat weok : Friday, tlio 14th, A. C. Carper; J car of lior60Hto Cleburne, Tonus. Monday, tho 17th, Knox Bar llcld, 2 cars of cows and 1! cars of calves to St. Louis;.!.. J. Hull'nian. 1 car of rows to St. Louis; J. L. Hoarn, 1 ear of horses to Moin phis, Tenn. W. .1. Mason at Sterling City bought 'Jil head of mares from J. It. Oliaiuharf) it Son last weok at S27 pur head. Judg...

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. — 19 August 1903

- .'rM?ryF: . 7 r m '."ip, witynrr7!vTr4- '..wir. ' i" 'i. K'lo. - - .. it, T ""- r- v" Tt3 j ; r THE SAN ANGEJ.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 1903 r jWCflWpTW--""- j 1 iMf ,ff - rVfc. STC . t ' i imiimh wriTTnrrirwimniimrTi-rwiiiiiWi'i'i n t '-tm v n jaMBMHBP E . If ' j .' 7, df 7T 'i'f'i-t. k, htfiL. - '- I ( II MMMIIMMMI 1 MT-W JMI ; " LUIUUKaBlWV !!,Sf7slSlP -wWwr, "& -"- 'I , : I Worth The QostTI A great pleasure to buy and wear this Jewelry. It holds its quality and insures long Satisfaction. Your savings are well invested at W. 5. HEALD'S.. THE LEADING! JEWELER, BUSINESS CLUB MEETING. F.our Mill and Other questions Dis- cussed, but no Action Was Taken by the Club. Tlio Business Club held its reg ular monthly meeting in the Spenco-Ions oflices Monthly night, President John Abo March in the chair, with Felix Probandt eeore tnry pro tern. The minutes of tho previous meeting wore road nud upproved. President March rend n letter from Mr. Geo. II. Dodson, of G...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 August 1903

f a ' I .1 t h S' r i 21. fy'mi .J ,'i "s J r; j w k '. t i b SHIPMAN Wants to furnish your Table Supplies and will appreciate your orders Fop Groceries Best Goods the market affords, prompt and satisfactory service. X ICE FOR SALE In any quantity. PHONE 11T. Irrigation in Texas. Chief statistician, L. G. Povv ore, has transmitted to the Direc tor of tlio Cuiibiib u report of ir rigation in Texas for 1002 Tlio xoport wiiB ropnred nnilor his direction by Mr. Claronoo J. Blanchard, and is based upon in formation obtained through cor respondence and by tlio field work of Mr. Ralph Nutting in Sonthwost Toxas. This report will not appear in bulletin form until tin; latter part of tho year, whon it will bu included in the volume of irrigation statistics for the United States. In 1002 the number of irriga tors in Texas was 2,002, or ap proximately double that of 1801); tlio irrigated acreage increased from 40,052 in 1800 to 220,205 in 1002; the cost of the irrigation ysteins, from $1,027,0...

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. — 26 August 1903

'3SSSSESffiBSS " &l$te.frj "- ..ffiMWhr Yl" nn (iifcif ht iimimii 1 ml nil, i nil..! ! uiiiiiTii' V JH'"TrTT " Tfr' r;5j8njp-v -t",' ' "m .'-"" v 1 j-,.-" i;::' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. VOL 7. NO 34 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1903. Entered In tho Snn A n?clo Post Ofitloo Second claw mall matter ci 7 J Jj. !M1SM xfflp T,!HHipp - fflii '(?.nCwa!aiai TO ENCIRCLE THE GLOBE Plans of the Orient Railway and a Steamship Line Perfected by Contract, Chicago, 111., Aug. 18. A (lis patch to the Record-Herald from Omaha, Nebr., says: "The Hamburg-American Steam ship Co. will invade the Pacific Ocean and together with the Ori ent and Wabash Railroads will en circle the earth." said Vice Presi dent Edward Dickson of the Orient Railroad, who has just returned from London, where ho, together with President Stihvell of the Ori ent line, negotiated the traffic ar rangements between the railroads and the steamship company. "The night before J left London we con cluded 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. — 26 August 1903

liL fc. jwrV' s jiiMf fSatwVfJTs i yi""BllTHHHWMBWrlMBIBiBMBhjfiMHr rMP teF!3. riM JBte j j1- BWm?9l ?$& m m : !Ir Mi K THE SAN ANGLLO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26 1903 h ! i c 4' :;i ft. af a? V 1 7! ' . A GREATER SAN ANGELO Items of Interest to Those Interested In the UuitdMK Up of Our City A Letter Prom (icornln. Columbus, Clu., Aug, 18, lOOU. Dr. S. 0. Parsons, Sum Angelo, Tox. Dour Sir: l'leuso pardon mo for troubling you, but I was very much interested in a letter writ ton by you July 25. concerning your section. J mil in the truck businessiono uiilo out of town, but if I coultl Hell out I would do ho n i id look nt your country. Wlmt railroad facilities luivo you? Papulation of town and county? ' Prices of farms and lands? Urowtb of trees, etc? Fruits and vegetables? How do onions do? J low regarding scliools, cliurcbes and labor? I am 50 but have eight chil dren and might cliaugo if I could do better. Kindly answer. Respectfully, 0. V. Munho. For Homo t...

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. — 26 August 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, S1N ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1903 I f 1 WE CELL Furniture at prices tlint will please the most careful buyer, and our lino contains many arti cles that will add to the comfort of the home. A't the price you can find many opportunities for money Baving, and it will pay you to cull and look through the Btock. S. W. Roby, Tho Utvo and Lot Llvo Furniture Man. San Angelo, Texas. RELIANCE WOOHE RACE Crossed the Line 56 Seconds Alicnd of the Challenger nt Second Trial. In the race yestorday between tho cup defender. Reliance, and tho challenger, Shamrock III, tho former won by tho narrow mar gin of 50 seconds. . Tho race was very interesting from start, to linish. This is the third of a series of races to bo sailed between these yachts. The first one, however, was not in tho time limit of 5 hours and was therefore not counted. The second was won by the Reliance on a margin of 12 minutes. The race yestorday wob over a triangular course. The next one will be...

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