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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 16 September 1903

JWBftStf m T' . tO"- " "-f "' t . - -rS, Ar)l .trnm&m rvi , ,wi . f. p;... r , THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 1903 --fl.. ' -i . 1 ... rr Vrtf7 ,T,',ww,-w "TPHMMb. fortlJt!2MftfifcsBi. J,l!M ll'"-!!! KWPMPimpmiMIWIPilHfflMMMngMN WWWWW?fIWrM KiM 8MHWII m W 'in irfJfWMMtUWWIIWWBlW''"" Jliwi" WjjlH i l -i.i j, m jff' Sr' ' k i irn" " i.i i r ,-i- - -', - t ,. r - r 'sap n i- ' "' , ;' . . r i i-i il .aassasasassaasaa s. f BUY YOUR GOODS HOM a man who spends every dollar ho gets trving to improve tho town. Como and see our stock of goods. Our Men's and Hoys' suits can't be F m (0 a beaten in price and quality. Hoys' two piece suits from $1.50 to So.00. Men's suits from SU.75 to $ 15. Our shoo line is com plete and prices to suit all. Take a look at our hats and see how cheap they are. A $2 hat for SI. 25. Our $H hats can't be beat. Our pants are all 0. K. Try a pair of our A. K. FANTS They are guaranteed not to rip in three months wear. Our prices ar...

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. — 23 September 1903

I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. " 1 II ffll VOL 7. NO 37 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1903. Kntrri'il In the Hu A n. o Post Offllco Hucond eltunnmll matter Voisih s New Fabrics and Ready-to-wear Garments at the New Store The Big Store is full of new merchandise, and that merchandise full of value, Very little remained from our removal sale of laot July to be moved. The stock we have has recently come in.'"Cotton goods were bought early because we knew they would be high, And they will be higher yet, But the cotton goods we have to sell arc low priccdf"vthcy cost you less than many merchants, who waited, had to pay. QDon't think because the store is a fine one that our prices arc high, Wc have always sold the highest grades of goods as well as the low priced ones, Our extra room civ ablcs us to carry a larger stock of low and medium priced merchandise. And this is our strong point. Wc have the goods in large quantities and ! .a .a. k . u J. tUMfWt dllt IftKl, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 September 1903

1- fyrf ' "VST ir-K;s- A?'-twwntt wmmmtmmmiirmmpmm. i wBgwm iiv"" KT.'WATOM B'5SEraJ335EPEE?Bn&3B Mi. ( B3BCTBaffifflE5HE3 fflffi ffi-.ffi:(ii-P'ffjE!Si' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1903 BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB. -r xnaaMy,, L. TS.-. " )''"' t Sn3kMBKHKCi. 'it COME TO THE BBSS'; si R I" Kp PI B.j;- fe .1 ' '" II. I 1 jgNBCROLOGYg LOOK THEM UP! The Accessories Of Dress Arc more pronounced this season than ever before, No good dresser can afford to pass them up and it will pay you to com" mence now and look at them. Thc Sweater for Ladies is .... T . . ,1 .1 J-fi . 1- an important item, just tnc tning wncn youuoni care o wear your heavy wraps, Wc have them in Fed, White, Grey and Grey with Red trimming, They arc pretty and quite the rage in cities, Price 51.50, 1.75, 2,50, 3.00, S3.50 4.50 and 5.00, Mexican Silk Shawls lmvo almost displaced tho Ice Wool and othor shawls, and wo liavo tliom in a great variety of woiivob in Blue, Pink, White and Black...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 September 1903

'iMi-nyimm. ,,v, JM, ... '"y!!ll''- h- . I - - t a , jyr-Ar "w nwwjpq THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1903 wmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmm, m . i. i I To Parents wnn tiavit Ghllflren m fo must bo in good condition; that is, without nny missing pages, or m such condition that thoy can bo used for Bchool purposes. Wo also buy and sell second-hand books nnd can savo you money in this way. Our stock of tchool supplies, such ob tablets, pons, inks, pencil-boxes, otc, is coinpleto, and our prices are right. Owing to tho small profit wo make on books, Our Terms are Gasli. We Cannot Sell Books on Time, 1 Concho Drug Store, iiiiiiiitiituiiiiiuiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiutiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiitmuiiiuiiiiiuiuiuiiiiiitiiiiiiiuiiiuiiuiiiiiimmiimtiK Big proparatioiiB aro being mado for tho cowboys' grund ball at this placo during tho Carnival. Tho night of October 15 has been selected as the date and the arrangements are boinjr made by Deacon Sharpo, which is a sufli...

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. — 23 September 1903

mmimtimiiimmti0 m m miIi wnn jm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 I90i "'i ' . - IT .. ''- "" V '.4 P. fc :? 3 I?' HI i tm r ft5, V" v THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. iHflued WodtiCHiliiv Mornlinci. Ofrtocof Pub llcntlor., ChiidlMiurnr Htrcut, OppoHlto May llulkllnvr. Telephone "II W. I. WAYLAND. Publisher. BUIIHKIITIOM ItATKB: One Year, .. II.W); 8li Months 75o Four Month M); TwoMontlut 2So AOVKIlTHINO ItVTKHi Transient advertisement, display, per Inch, I caoh Insertion. ,. 2ftont. Time eonfaott, display, per Inch, encli Inser tion ... "J" ''enlH. Local notices, Ichs than WO linen, per line, oaeh Insertion Rooms, Extra uhariro for ads hct In mnallcr type tli.in long primer No IllsuiiiintN No Commissions. l'UliMHIIKIt'B NOTIUK, Curds of Thank t. Itesnlutlon.s of Kcspect, Obituaries nnd similar notlccN published In the Ircwi will be olmrut-d for nl rcioilnr advertis ing rates, Advertising for church, school nnd charity bcnellts will lu chanted at half rates. OIIA...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 September 1903

JPf' - " - i TTTrfT;''HWimMrM in umim i.m, ... . . an . - - . isBffaiPeag W(v-' "'" ,'"-h .,., ... V 1 , -.-f-ivpKjwgpw ?4f THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1903 1 '-'. a - h V, 3-i I' STOCK NEWS. TEXAS CATTLE ABROAD. They Arrive at Port of Debarkation in Bettor Condition Thnn Veldt- l-'cd Animals of 'that Country. W. Stanley Hollis, United States consul at Luiirenmunt says: I forward horewit.h a very in teresting nuwapup'T olipuing, for the use ot tho department of com niorco and labor, concorniiiK the importation of cattlo from TextiB by tho Anglo-American Live Stock and Trado Company, tho pioneers in what is apparently destined to bo ono of the moans by which South Africa is to make uood the ravages of war and the vast waste and loss of live stock during the unhappy struggle which has only recently terminated. Ono of tho principals in- this company filled an important of fice m tho imperial service at Lourenco, Mnrqucz, at ono period of tho war and...

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. — 23 September 1903

V?PRW.';; V."?' ' -w. , 4W' ,;, -"tl.,; "' T"7 -" - -m--aBwrTBHB r,- '"VitijJ '.'a"'1 a..- .yM.. . .. - .- . - f.' ....'. ,.' - - ..';, . ....... -..k. , I'rSkmmJivaUSiBmtmtmtam- sxi fJEftiw il .li'ir " i mm niMiiU'WiiPiiwiiroi ii'yipiM Hill 3awt THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO? TEXAS, WEDNESDY, SEPTEMBER 23 1903 MMMMMUfltKi iiWIW I mil wOTpnmHVaHHiiwi -'- ' ' ? ' . ! i t ... . r i-i il niiii mi iii iiiiiiMliiiiMMirnirriWiriWMBMTlffTWI II 'I 'HlrHHwjMiiMMIMIIPMM 'li"H M ijBx" tztt SEHfflBaH'WHarW' fc tig I : .ji 'U : M ' AAA1 1 SOCIETY. 1 Miss l(KK8' Cnrd Party. Miss Julia May II lugs enter tained at cards Wednesday night, September 10, in honor of Miss May Larimer, of Ft. Worth. The JliggH homo on Oaken street was prettily and tastily decorated, the color sehonio being gold and whito. Beautiful cut rosoH and geraniums lent furthor adorn ment to tho rooms. Tho color echonio was fully carried out, even to scoro cards, tally cardB and pencils. Miss Kiggu was assisted by Misses Mary i...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 September 1903

"""' 'r pf 'L-i ' '''SiLll'kbsWiitsisI'jrMimMMi uumiuii . r '''3U3yfeiMiill8Sk38Btfit 20&& ip A 'wj fc. & 1 -o THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1903 ' 1 I I : I nor? 8 A Good Time S 1 TO BUY S 1 Good Timepieces. I have just received a lotof now watches which aro wortli your seeing probably as interesting an assortment us you have ever seen . If you need n watch, I can fit your taste and your purse, right NOW. Come in and talk it over. H. D. LEPFEL, Jeweler. mwmtwMMtnxtmmvxmmmv)fxx An olectric belt dispenser gave daily street exhibitions last weok. J. S. Dabnov returned Thurs day from a business trip to Breu ham. -Rooms for Light Housekeeping at the Wuertemburg House. George Bennett helped out at L. Schwartz & Co's during the moving. Tho patent right men havo boon very much in in evidence tho past week . -Best stamp photo9 at Henry's gallery at lowest prices. Dr. W. A. Cnrnes has moved his ofiico to tho Central Drug store. Mrs. Preston ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 23 September 1903

mmtHHtmm)MtfaqiqH li$i'mmmmmmtmmmt "-'--"f ' i -'! -t-.. .- . . - . "I ",." ;, " ' ..--. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDY, SEPTEMBER 23 itwiiwi iiiii iii iii in in ii 1,1 i'ii'- in iiiTiytf Tm"I ij J "BBfriii''" TrBiTriiiiiSggji " I " r iriwJwwpwtpwpSf JKSl. W! WH ...... .. . ' . ' ;..'. iitearmwrtrr " ' i IKFtW" WfWvWyWmWMT, ;.."..- juijiAJ---i,-,TT-r' - . ' y '- I flft IB 103 ! EH J "fl til '1 MI til i :' m iY i fii ;j 1 iv. lyy 1 v VI - ? ? r- V Ir..'' S1" R FROM OUR EXCHANGES I WMMMMtLXIXM mmMMltaMIt 1'uhit Kock. 'Kali for Concho county I An-' other lllBt lino ram yesterday and county, js here viaitm her clniili night, and fine winter tor, Mrs. iW-an. Mrs WilkniH grass in i.ow assured Ilayden Flt-tflmr brought the first hale of new cotton in this week, which was purchased hv .7. V. Norman fort 7 in the Heed. bringing with the prctiiiiuii ol &o, about .$05. ginned cotton tli ih season lust Saturday. It was raised by Ilenrv Hssarv, and purchased by II. J. Hoard ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 September 1903

PV """" " U" WPttlMBMWfcMaMlj . . ft. -. , -. ,.1.1, HdfttiiTMroiftg'agytfci I I ? rw v- rTHll 0FbXA f; M THE ANGELO VOL 7. NO 3 9 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 1903. KnterctllnthcSnn Angelo Pout Oltllco Hceoml-clusHinnllmnltcr TTii i in III ill w ii m liffT irM u m ifMpriT """ l ' w PiiiWHi i r W mW lifwiirwpr . wm ,n ..mn '' i SAN PRESS. L. SCHWARTZ & COMPANY. uf nro Hallv o-fiHinor into better shaoe to handle the fall and winter butsiness. We fully realize the fact that owincr to the heavy inroads made in our stock during our Big Removal Sale, a great many lines were sold out and very often during the last few weeks, we were unaoie to supply gooas our customers ciskgu lur. vv nne unit mtiueni was regreccaoie in useir, stm it showed plainly, that we have carried our purpose and opened the new store with A Full Line of view Goods. These have been coming in now every day by freight as well as by express and still keep on coming, so by the end of th...

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. — 30 September 1903

V "JWfc t rwti $f-. ? !- if, i V 't 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1903 Pi iTTTTfTfiTF Vffin VmiHIll il Mill I III fit i wlJUnHinilHTlMmii iiTTWrmn mi i -. -- M.rW, "" v "' , ' f ..; " -FrfflPV' V ,.-. .v -, -5.1, A '..-'.. K i'ia "H Li! 11 Elf ill IV 1 SH i 1 ivfr 2 VMMgBHHBMHWaMlMinp0IMMMMBWffHIM'naP BANKERS VS. MERCHANTS. Interesting (lame Wednesday by Local Talent. Proceeds Went to Cemetery Association. A full Iioubi! witnessed tlio Inmofit game botwoon tlio Mer chants ami Bankers at Spencer Park ItiHt Wednesday afternoon. And thoy cheered and rooted mid jollied to tlioir heart's content. 'Twas vory interesting. Some of tlio members of both teams hud boon there before and some of them had not played ball sinoo tlioir school days. Tlio game was called at 1 :1!0. Tlio Merchants tool; tlio Hold to begin with. Tlio line-up ut tlio start waB like this: McrchatitH position Bankers Cnrnoilusoii. . .. o 1 1 n tin in 11 Robertson p I'owoll Ilolman lb ...

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. — 30 September 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRES?, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER JO, 1903 Form T)e hjabit-Buy It For Less prom March Brothers. New Wraps For Fall find Winter. There's nothing a woman buying a fine wrap pays so much attention to as Style. The particular cut of the sleeve, the effect of the trimming, the shape of the collar and shoulders, the cut of the back, the length, etc., all these are carefully scrutinized. Our buyer had an eye out for these things when the selec tions were made. Without doubt, he has brought together here, the prettiest line of Coats, Jackets and Furs, ever shown in San Angelo. But attractiveness doesn't end with style, there's PRICE. No matter if our goods are of the very best styles, if our prrces were not right we could not sell so many. We lay particular stress on the Price Feature. We bought them where they make them. There is no middleman to get a rake-off. And now we pass them no to our customers at a low rate of nrofit. Thcp nnroc aib-. d that loudly. X X X...

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. — 30 September 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1903 .4 ri; v :'i l. ?f , &" ;- i&' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. lviucd WcdlH'til.iv Miirnliitfi O.Huu of I'uli Mention, (Jlintllioiirno Htreel. ()ii;oillu Miiyt IliilldlriK. Telephone .'! I W. I. WAYLAND, Publiiher. HUIIHCUII'TION IIATKH: Ono Your f I M. Six Month TV.' KourMontlii.. . M, Two Montln -'Vj AIIVI'.UTIrflNUHVTIiH: Transient inherit moment, display, fur Inuh I eneh Insertion SJi'etili Tlinouonfnets. dl-iil.iy, nurlnuli. eneh In.ur- llon .' '" ei'ntt. Juunl notices. U'ss th.in (W lines por line, mieh Insortlon 5 onts. Kxtrn cliitrui' tor urtihd In Miinllor lypu tlmn lontf primer No Discounts No Commissions. I'L'llf.lSlir.llH NOTIGT.. Cnriti of 'I'li.tlilo Itusolulloiw of Henpecl. OlittunrlcH ntnl Hlmll.ir noil.'i-s piililMieil In tho Press will bo ehnwil for ut tetfiilur iiilturlls. InirniluH. AilwrtMnu rorcliuiuh wliiml mid elmrlty ln'ni'llts will lie eh irued ut liult rates. cuANur, or AinmiiHs. Huliserl...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 September 1903

!! ).)l THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1903 n ' . . . ". - -- - J, - - ,v fvr)T,;'n'lTW'r7.'-rA.i!JJP' $r?fW !T.,2&P' SSSjKfcjT i J 1 s ft STOCK NEWS. The Science Of drawing Wool. Raising wool in one thing. It id a science. Treating wool after it is grown is another science. Manufacturing it into cloth is fitill another eeieneo. As the loom is the object ivo point of the two other woo! sciences it is busi ness sense to study the needs of tho factory, says the National Provisionur. Tho manufacturer of woolen desire's fibre for lustre and even folting. When tho farmer grows a good wool and then ruins it with some crude dip for curing scab or some other siieep disease, he more than often produces a ileece that comes up harsh and feeble, is expensive to scour and generally defeats the purpose for which it is grown. Cap wools are . becoming objectionable for this reason. The same objections were raised to American wools some few years ago. The farmer...

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. — 30 September 1903

- nr -Wi& wr vv V -te"" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 (903 4; -j , 1 fi3 .iflfcfg&L y " 'iMiraigffliHkSfe..iitr1 - - MB' P' jgl jjf .. .jLjJmI Mi .i , ig.laj..lPMwiw'yBMMMMfai.ifcifcMMBMBCTWqB WSftJ V VMWbJwv J ' ' PBi """-J , vi z-.m jwmmm 7 - M ,t V m- , -, , ; fr t'! U BALLINGER VS. SAN ANGELO - I 19 Mao's u t looks! HinSchilTiKr & Marx IbndTillorcd You can sec from our illustration what a Hart, Scliattner& Marx Sack Suit docs for a man's looks; he's distin' guishablc among a 1 1 sorts of sack suit wear crs, as the well dressed ms " mn tj j Uj Mj You can see by calling on ua what 0110 of tlio II S & M suits will do for your looks. It won't cost you 11 cent to try it on ; and it will cost you very little moro to wear it home. Wo have this celebrated line of clothing; prices ranging from $14.00 to $25.00. Thon there's our regular lino of clothing, Great Values from $5.00 to $15.00. The celebrated line of B. KUPPENHEIMER & CO...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 September 1903

K35SE3SI' 7yw"? v THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1903 -New fall styles in ready-to-wear millinery at Mrs. Simmons'. It I Mr. and Mis. Mont Xoeltke of CASH I FOR PONIES We Will Be In San flngelo, OCT, 14,15,16,17, 1903 To buy Polo Ponies, Wc want smooth, good looking ponies between 14 hands 2 inches and 14 hands 1 inch high. The ponies must be fast, quick, well reined and easy to stop and turn cither way, Not under six nor over ten years old, Fast, well trained cutting ponies preferred, Wc will pay a good price for ponies that suit. Savage & 1 SOCIETY. San Angelo Club Entertains. Tlio now rooms of the dun An golo Clul) were brilliantly illum ined and expressly arranged for tho initial dance ot the season, last Thursday night. The event was wholly informal and was given as a farewell honor to Miss Mae Larrimer of Ft. Worth who has been visiting the Misses Leo for some weeks. Society was well represented both in tho dance hall and at the card table...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 September 1903

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 1903 i i I if- we A Hundred Lots it ON EASY I lmvo 100 elioico lotH in Exull's Addition to San Angolo. to sell on easy terms. Tho price per lot is $1)0-710 cash down, Imlanco SO or .$10 pur montli at option of purchaser. Water has lieen obtained in this neighborhood at deptht of from 150 to HO feet. Thev are well located an regards drainage, etc. For further information see W. F BAKER, nt f, J. Dnkor : Co'm Unnlt, ' -n r Gurrior 3c lancl flgonts, nmmmwwwfcwwmmn C. C NEELEV NEELEY (Successors to Jackson A Necley Oros.) Corner West of Lnndott Hotel Site. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Grain and all Kind of Peed Stuffs. We Buy Hides, A FUTURE IMPROVEMENT. A Summer Harden Is Proposed (or San Angeio and Will Be Open Next Season. It ip now practically certain hot San Angolo will have, among other improvements, a summer garden and while the promoters are not ready to make public their plans, nevertheless tho ground has been p...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 October 1903

""" w"BMll,lllIMITteJl,'1WifflM'" ' " TVtTnrri"iilnlMiMMiiwrAri1ylMriTfiT--i'iirM n m n , --9mmmr.. rr:JMijmLS3Th'fm3WMSt. sssass& -- i i iiwiniii y ithii I'll, , flip1 IWTW r ' " .A vLikir .-Afc-..-.. i, aa... . 'TwwrRjiwmi.TWtt" ri IBiglffiBf.ri .r.aantfg. . . i. . a.- i."tyii.t tfltlV, Of T3BKAS . AVSTW. , . . - 8 OCT 1 903 - '. i THE. SAN ANGELO PRESS, i I i. -1 ; ' VOL7.NO 40 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 1903 Hnterea m the snn a neio Po.t'omiee I , j . (HMMMtr OSMaMMHIBMMa9MMHMBtM , SPFCIII ATIVF fiOI I) RRICKS i""""""1""' mi i i iiiu.umum iiimiiiiiii.ij.il.li i IBhfeg iThGTG IS'I S 0ne "undred Alllllon UollarsAnnunlly ' Ufc4-r I ,s Abont What we Contribute to ' X 'EPt. 1 1 "Oet-Klch-Qulck Swindles. I mJIVii ti fi While 1 do not anticipate tlmt ll ' ll iv'-hrf u'':r,".M l Mm wMi x rSrv't'' fo,i-T6- ftf :.;;, ift'rt i" I if p iki c9casB ea c roes bm& An Idenl City. The average man is too bu-y earning money to give much thought to civic affair...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 October 1903

! llPr ' PUBt . i A ' THE SAN AFGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1903 VI ! IF' MB' ' V j f J2 . J1. 4 II II1MI1I I I I I ill u rf 1 '3 , " U Mux jjjk bndTilorei ','.. Cstfllill)01brUulBhaawMut iuycii Akgh j ! Q en ft) ilS I h$k AU ' Newest i infill Iff shapess t Leatners. gg-jZjuggi g We have the newest fabrics in plaids and stripes. The Ciose Fitting Collar and Broad Shoulder Ef fect. THEY ARE SWELL Hart, Scliaitner & Marx, Hand Tailored a: X Clothes are what well dressed men should wear. 2 X Gall find See THein. . Mrs. H 0. Waters niitl littlo 1 anna rot II I'lll'll from II HIX Wfil'kH visit to relatives in New Mexico. -The Bargain Hnise bus moved. Look them in) in their now home Sif you wniit it good Hiiit of clothes for littlu monov. 0. K. Waters, of Moran, an old Conolio county iniin of the early 80'fl, is in the city for u few days, the guest of his nepiiow, II. C. Wafers. C. B. Snyder, tlie prominent fltockmen of Baird and a cousin of Loo Snyder, tlie ...

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. — 7 October 1903

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