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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 October 1903

-. ji.m ., .vaBMw- -- '1 "!V 5" i ' " f-. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELOTEXAS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2, 1903 V; R. kf?; 9A m i 'M r fc p.; . 2 htl n-' M n i - ci ANOTHER MASS MEETING. ho folt not boo interest import- Committee Reported $8, 190 In Ex tensions nnil $3,330 New Sub scriptions. According to tlio motion em bodied in the adjournment of the meeting hold last week, a mass meeting wart held at the court bonne 'Monday night, to further discuss the extension contract with the Orient and hear the re port of tho soliciting committee. The meeting wuh called to order by Dr. John Abo March, who re ferred to work of tho committees tho past week. He Htated that the railroad committee had been coloured by Borne parties, who claimed that their action had been kept Bocrot. lie explained that HiJy action of right-of-way com mittee had beon withheld and this was thought advisable. W. A Guthrib acted as secretary of the mooting. C. A. Broome in boha f of the 12 now conuniiteomon reported a me...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 October 1903

-M.. .. plJr-,pqr;;M; h1" v l:?9EflHHHHHBHItiBtt ttJHHttttnHattfcflMHMniittflEii vMB A Big Day San Angelo, Thursday, Oct. 29. GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS 2(, 1903 7 fll I Executive Bocrd Meeting. hflSiQftC&G&TS I ffiB ,- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER UNITED The Only Big Railroad Show Coming This Year CITY COUNCIL MEETING. i Routine Business Trnnsncted-Water- works Contract Reported and Passed to Second Reading. Tho City Council mob Tuesday, night, October 18, at 7:80 o'clock, with Major Powell and a'l ahlor-l men present. mo ininutos 01 the previous meeting wore rend nnd approvod. Petition of W . 0. Noolto to re niodol a building and to movo anothor wns granted, as was a liko petition from J. C. dark. Petition of A. J, Fritz, Tom McCloBkoy and others asking to have overflow and drainage ditch from ico factory declared a nuis ance and abated as such was re ferred to tho sanitary committee Quarterly reports of troaBtiror, recordor, secretary and mars...

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. — 21 October 1903

-l"! ,jy '"!' r1 " "IH"' "'- 15 ""f -r v Vt;- 3, T -.- -r , ( 1- yhj '" ( " . K t -it it -vr fl i" ' '"" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1903 BbSf?. ii'"$Ws$ ftSfln Pi BBtf.T - 3H i-'i $ J j : ft L l I. I y i : ip 1 VI h I f ' if- Vi " Y I V, ! i v 1 1 11 I'v vi w m f i T i 11 rl S I B I 1 m 11 I l II Bi I 1 : p. I 'j if I 1 11& lit' l I " i I' i T . .1 1 i a v, t && gSC A Hundred Lots ON EASY PAYMENTS I havo 100 choice lots in Kxull's Addition to Sun Angolo. to Hull on easy term . Tho price nor lob is $50 $10 cash down, balance $ or S10 per month at option of purchaser. Water has been obtained doptlu of from 00 to 80 foot rcgarus uruiungu, in tli ih neighborhood at Thov aro well located as oto. For further information Hee A. F BAKER, nt t, J. Dnlcer tfc Go's Unnl(, o 1 . - Currl&ir Sc Thames, Land Agents, Spe.nct Bldg. nmmimmmmzwwmmismfi. leg. Thou had long chnao, requiring 1 :18 'I-fi. Paul Pernor missed first throw. Unci a fust horse...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 October 1903

..JLsJLJL A genuine old Olivor it Casudy sulky mows; unmon and Oliver walk- Supplement to Cfye San Gngelo press. Volume 7, San Angelo, Texas, October 21, 1903. Number 42. I Is near nt liniul. I p Tl tl 1 1 1 'w vi tu IB til to Fc ni) to ch 0IGKMatfJl( FROM OUR FYfHANfiFS Irion County News. Oscar Estos attondod tho polo pony buIo ut Sim Angelo thiB weok. Jako Liudloy nindo a business trip to Sau Angolo Friday. George Brock wjib in San An golo yestordayon business and at tending tho cnmival. Mesdames Beauehamp and Po sey were in Sau Angolo Friday at tending the fair. Jim White and family, of tho 0 9 ranch, passed through town Tuesday going to Sau Angelo to attend the carnival. JofT Miila pas9od through Sher wood Sunday en routoto his ranch with lumber to oroct a new school houso, which will bo put up in a short time. Medii Lindloy has ac cepted the position of teachor. Will Mead and lady, Mrs. Wal tor Branch and Ada Davis, were in San Angelo Wednesday shop ping and attending tho carni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

--jg - -l - -"- '..r.,n-."-'"r,r "V "T "w ' "'' 'Sf' T'! ' "n ' wvt . ,' ' -'w ?,'. e-.'w-i?.--.,. ",-,,.. , ,f. ..,...-,,- x r '7F7i-srHiWinrafe TIXAB v ' . - ' -.";., iHH n' '4. ;-0 Fress dujblbing Offers Are Worthy of Your Attention. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. - r, VOL 7. NO 43 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1903. Entered In IbcBnn Annelo Poit Offlloe Sccond-clnaftmnl) innttcr mis mm jflif-'"1"''" Tijrlh eLSgfl' COPrRlCHI 190) "KM SS Univcrriitv When You are ready for your Fall Suit t or Overcoat I am at your ser vice with a com plete line of sam ples that are up-to-the-minute. v You need not wait any longer for the weather is just A) right now, for a heavy suit or over coat. I can fit all sizes and shapes. I can fit YOU. X. J. C. Stokes, Up to date Tailoring. S STILL GOING Gentry Bros.' Four Footed Animals. Gentry Bros.' Famous Shows United 18 unquestionably and un doubtedly thn largest show of its kind in tho entire world and will exhibit at San Angolo, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

pr jinijiiW'f i- rmxm i,'.. umi , .. ,'$$& """"M" r w"-Ntoi,,t,t -. . ?." v-j. i jrPf-f7"" " " ; t it j rtar THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, l?63 ' - II IHP i ' - fRT' M 2 El ; ir f Btet . 1 . 1 t 'i (VP'-Il m i i Ml ! I S' SEW' XL CLOTHING VALUES Hi ; Riw'ram 1 i . iImssii It IhrtScliilFntt O Mirx MinJTiilorcJ lr-f Haul JTh The Value of a suit is not guaged by its price. Grade, Fit, Style and Workmanship, combine to put more value in a man's suit than any high figures, Hart, Schaffncr & Marx Cloth' ing is the acme of perfection, Everything that goes into one of these well known suits is the best, If you pay twice as much you get no better goods and often not as good They arc tailors made and their designers Create the Styles in men's clothing. They cost no more than in. fcrior kinds and wear twice as well. X 2, Come here and see a Large Selection. Raphael Clothing dL, Exclusive Gents' Furnishers. An Ordinance Prescribing a Penalty for Failure ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

.-yttfsn 4 ,fimnfifr ',;p;?f'pWP , m. ry .fl.jfj i' " ;. &ijKt$miy THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2t, 1903 J 3 "li - ' The Season For Killing Prairie Dogs Is near ub huud. We have nil the Necessaries for do ing it CAUJION STRYCHNINE UASS DOO POISON Concfio Druo Store. An Ordinance Providing tor Working the Streets of the Cltv by Its Inhabitants. lie it Ordained by the City Coun cil ot the City of San Angela, Toxas. Article 1. All male persons be tween the ages of twenty-one and forty-five years shall be liable, and it. is hereby made their duty, to work on, repair and clean out the public roads, streets and al leys of this city under the provis ions and regulations of this ordi nance; provided, that no minister of the gospel in the active dis charge of his ministerial duties, invalid, member o volunteer guards ormuiized under provi lons of the title "Militia," no the members of anv volunteer (ire company in the active discharge of their duties as fire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

BBOT3E5:'J 3; ' THE SAN ANCELO PRESS, SAN ANCELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M, 103 :! : i i 4 T t p rrk m ll&f it Fk THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwh 1'm.iT of HtHlfor n gronlcr Httn AnKCI" W. I. WAYLAND, Publiiher. HtitMcrlpllon I'rleo (I M a Yrr Dlxjilay AtlvcrtMntf, JO oontt mi Inch. Ijcnl Header " ce it n line. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF CITY OF SAN ANCELO THE SAN ANGELO. TEX. OCT. 28, 1003, A Friend In Need. TIioho wlio uro in nrroars on subscription to thu Press cun do Bomo philiinthropioal work just at this stago of llio gamo by ro milting all or a part of what thoy owo. A nuwflpiipor always neods monoy but no nowspupor on oartli ovor had u mo ro urgout nood of monoy than tho PresB doos just now. Of ooiii'ho it's a business proposition. Subscribers under stand this and tho people to whom wo owo monoy aro justly ontitlod to got it. If you would holp tho causo of humanity, in gonoral, now is tho tiino, as wo huo it. Now that wo'vo successfully pulh'd oil' imuthor carnival, lot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

&& The National Live Stock Commission Co. Offices at Chicago, St. Louis. Kansas City and Ft. Worth. With the largest volume of business of any of the commssiion companies, a Paid Up Capital of $3oo,ooo.oo, and the Best Salesmen that money can obtain, Solicit your business, They have been in business here too long to need any references. s: M. . O. A. BROOME, Agent, Market Report on Application, San Angeo, Texas. rflN rTJT. m 3Hc-7v u STOCK NEWS. THE RILES OF KANSAS. New Quarantine Regulations Govern ing Entrance of Cattle Into That State Next Season. Next to the Texas livo stock quimuitino regulations tho people of this statu tire most interested in those of tho stuto of Kansas, as thousands of cattlo from Texas are going to that slate iinnuiilly for grazing purposes. The Kan sas regulations for the ensuing season have been promulgated and aro as follows: "For tho information of rail road and stock yard companies, shippers and drivers of cattlo, regulating tho movement of ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

WMBMmJLM Tifi rtiiHfa .' - jev uw - v- -- '"-J -- -, f- V' T$5iB.Fre c.. 1-ii.JiAw.f;mJE..Tfl.', ; ..: .v -' - - --" -- " --1 1li "t-l i rt tvf f r "v, y. ?fip " w V " THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO,; TEXAS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1903 V. t.1 ft; ft 7& S i IS' ' .-1 VI a j M i fe?1 1J bi 4 B--MMB-gWB-W-B-Mi-a-MFgOa-aM OUR.GROCERIES Always Desirable j& jga Because tley are fresY) When you send an order'to us we respond quickly. We study your needs and wants. The Groceries we sell are the kind that nourish and please. X r IffO SPECIAL MEETINGS. The City Solons ftleet In Extra Ses sion and Pass a Number of Important Ordinances. Tho oily council hold u culled .meeting in tho commissioners' court v.nun nt tho court Iioubo tit 5 p. in Saturday, October 24, All mumbora of llio council were present. An ordinance regulating tho building and maintaining of side walks wub piiH8(d under tho sus pension of tho nilo requiring three readings by n unaninioiiB voto. ' An ordinnuco creating ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

Ht4v:'f ' It. pf i 'v,").' rVT THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1903 'r?i!.;4 v uvT? Sftww ' Ifff'iiiiiiiMiMiiMMiigiiii , JplflPfn BTOSwRrHrawSanHi Tk WfflK'Ssr'iMHH When You Need-r Boots, dimes. Hats and Olovus of the lat est styles unit shapes, come to the NEW SHOK STORK, where tho Concho Drug Store wjh formerly located. : : : : I Handle the Best Boot in Texas for 85.00 Como in and I will prove it to you. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. An Ordinance Regulating tlio Run ning of Trains, tho Construction .and Maintenance of Railroad Crossings and Lights at the Same and Traffic at Depots. Ho it Ordained by tho City Council of the City of San Angelo that : Articlo 1. Every corporation, receiver or receivers, trustee or trustees, owning or opornting a lino of railway through nny por tion of the City of San Angelo shall hereafter bo required to place, orect, and maintain a light' or lights at any point on its line , running through or upon any street in said City that t...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 October 1903

jMl3WBiWWgSWWWWiWWWBIBWHBiBWBIBKBIiWiHWHt lM'MffWWi'nMMitrti'ww.p " " ' 'TTTTSjS n unfair" i-jTrtMir-" ii Lmii ii - M--J j-M' iu i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELOTEXAS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1903 ' "IS, . ','J ' ! JU'Ji-JIi. M r In rtMIIM IM i-n.,,11 ii iiilMI iLm Iiiim illli i iPiWHi i win iw1 nil 'm nniii'f hi ww mmm mwFumm r w ir,mrwnm in1 m MiMitMii iw pww yv e S( W J n v "1 "r T" w ' "few "Tt Tf r 1 TS 'nft MflmlP 'WV i T fran4 ' FT e IK 1 It, ', t jf 'u ' i Wd ' Hfc Ml I ft ,'f "I m r. I N I I i i "1 i . ' p:i A Bio Day San Angelo, Thursday. Oct. 29. .1 Sr mi GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS UNITED The Only Big Railroad Show Coming This Year i U.tetjAJxfACiMflt -sir. WfM&w vV'.-ri 2i)J Performing Horsea, Dags and Monkeys ,m wi' .--' tjj ricrda of Performing Elephants ,?Q Monkey Cordians X X X See tho troupe of Mllslcul PonicB, only net of its kind in the world Tho Mnrvolous YAMIDA JAPANESE THOUPE. 7 in mtnibor. Soo DON JUAN, tho Monkey Dare-Devil, Loop tho Loop, to bo aeon only ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

- IT wJ M FJ V v,' , 1 " ' Press Glulblbirig rs Are Worthy of Your Attention ANGELO PRESS. 7t7n,;r1 ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1903. VOL 7, NO 44 KntcredlnthcBor Anprlo Pott Ofalce Scconrt-clnfflmnll mutter FREE Mill L DELIVERY. i u A I'lca tor tne uog. If vou lmvo a dog you euro for you bettor pay tho tax on him or i kooti him confined boeatise tho 'dog catchers will got him if you idont. They vn been taking clogs I up going and coming th ih week. I Some of tho canines aro easily .caught while others are not and as tlio law requires their confisca tion and as tho law is in no way a respecter of persons you hotter contribute your dollar to the general fund and save your pot. A good dog is pohupi tho most intelligent and faithful of all dumb creatures. Few men 'are as loyal to their friends as an intelligent dog to his' master. THfi Town is nrsiiffifiifinT, imnnrtaiuffi and t,he';:v&Tl':!:r . , would give rosi uiiiiiB Diiswtftb Larue ciwup Postal Refl...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

I IV V.. V J- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1903 4Hepso I'l r STOCK NEWS. Market Letter. Kansas Oily, Mo., Out. 20, '0U. Special to Tim I'rcHH. Qmirnntiiio run at Kansas Uity for four days this wook is 250 curH, u good run mid good quality stun" Monday, und hoth receipts una finality fulling oil' since. Mur- kut wiiH active mid Htrong to 10 cents higher Monday, lost strength 'luoHduy, und Iiiih boon steady Binoo, oxoopt today cows aro wouk. Average prices today aro very littlo changed from a wouk ago. Steors bring $2.85 to SU.25, cowb $2.15 to $2.55, with a top of $2.85 for hoiiio heifers Tuesday. Practically no calves huvenrrivod, a Hinull liuncli of 1'.) lioud Rolling firm at $5.50. A load of 115011.. bulls brought $2.10 to-duy. I logs aro having a desporuto offort to koop up in vuluo, and jimt now hooiii to bo loning ground. Markot Iiiih boon lowor each day since Monday, and is oir 10 to-day. Top to-day is $5.-15, and bulk of sales from $5.25 to $...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

I I 'V ; r?1 fW?'fllHW "'?" ' ' ' "' Tf r -M'VwwjJif iwr -- "W n wpiyitft'-ivr, t,ii ,At rm . . ' - fTT!'rw( fc""?. i tw 3 - - -wTB??: THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4. 1903 t :MHHMMB .. -fMnMMMaMMAgMMMMMMji WTWW'' 1TS-V ' 7?TSBW:?vwrajHH 3 Jjjl I M ill il V f fc FROM OUR EXCHANGES J From Alcnardvlllc. Leo Burdick, the San Angolo windmill man, came in on li is atitnhike Tuesday. Messrs. A. B. and 0. L. Whee lis, of San Angclo, wore here Sun day. E. Waddell recently sold to E S. Howell 010 acres of land four miles north of London. Consideration $1151-1. A. V. Cocrehatn went over to London Saturday to look after the organization of the tent of the Maccabees at that place, lie reports things moving along nicely. Henry Nimitz writes Hugo Schuchard from New Mexico, that he is getting along nicely. Says he is engaged in the mercantile business at Monument, but still holds a lucrative position at Carls bad, N. M. This will bo pleasing news to his many warm frien...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

Jftv ff r " W"- .'4 , 1A ?jf?XT;W-n7rr'- j'; 'fflTf-sr. . ?v " "yk ?' 5,-r-J. sr"r"rjyj"rr' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1903 . V7 , pn V-" t ,i K''' W; I' I tf r' vi. f ac -r f SLl H' fcft f I u rep. w t& . , I ""J IE ' ff.iT IX. I t: ,i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS.! A Wcukly News I'lipcr of utiil for 11 grcntur Han AiikvIo. W. I. WAYLAND, Publliher. Hutnivllitlon IWce 1I.WI n Your l)li)ny ,Vtlvcrtllii, 3) oonti nn Inch, ItocnlKiMiiluriA uo ihii line. . THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO SAN ANGELO, TEX. N0Y- 4, 1003, Aro you interested in a u. renter, u hotter und ii oleunorSun Anjjelo? Tho I'ri'M is. Suppose vou on aoiiniK" it with your subscript inn Mitny inuii tire Inking ttdvun Ingu of VtfHi clubbing oll'ors. Look tlioin up. They ought to appeal to yon. Tlio Press anil tlio Thrieo-u-wuok Now York World, both one your, '20H papers, fur ILOo. Now is tlio time to subscribe. The Press and the Sonii-Weekly Ft. Worth Record both one your for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

WyrvrtTsr """ Ti!T,yi'''''"' t,?r"? """ ws"'8!lw'' " i1"1'1" " !?.; W ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1903 afe & s 3fe ?i 4& The National Live Stock Commission Co, i ffices at Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and Ft. Worth. With ths largest volume of business of any of the commssiion companies a Paid Up Capital of S3oo,ooo.oo, and the Best Salesmen that money can obtain, Solicit your business, They have been in business here too long to need any references. C. A. BROOME, Agent, Market Report on Application. Stan Ango, Texas. A& & STOCK NEWS. Stock Shipments. Monthly, 20th: Gioslmg & Or- Ilurnott, 1 cur cnttlo, Now luilHS. Frtmk Douglas, 1 cur cattlo, 'Austin, Texas. 1. M. Collvns, 1 car calves, St. 1 cars cattlo, 1 car horses, 1 cur horses, Odebolt Feeding Tests. From National Provisionor: The Oihl)olt hoof feeding ox peritnents devolopd many inter-. Louis. esting features. To the packers Win to fc Floyd, two were of special inter...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

',.,.-' '.,, "Vv""' " -.- "',. rth, -v.- ' '. --' I.-.' I r' V Ml 1 i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBERS 1903 IWrrawmi n wp iimi in &1 if..' t "V fiil Fresh candies ntTho Rackot. 1 Clnis. Hull was on tlio sick lint last wiiuk. Win. Aiiflon wiiH in from tho ranch yoBtonluy. Col. W. L Blnok roturnud to MoKuvctb Suturdity. Prof. M. L. Sholion iB now en gaged in tlio daily biiBinoBB. Judge J. W. TnnniiiiB is hold ing court nt Sonoru this wook. -Tinwuro, enameled waro Tlio Racket. 1 The Concho Drug Storo hits nddod u now sign, tlio work of A. Backus. C. W. 11 Collynsroturnod Mon dny from u businoBB trip to Kan sas City. ChnB. A. Duiloy returned from n buBinoBB trip to his Runnels county ranch . -Buckley it Campboll will buy your second hand fumituro. Phono 158. Judge L. II. Bnghtinun wont to Robert Loo .Monday to attond county court. SiJaB'Kootoa.ia carrying n pot vndor u'.whito Bilk -handkerchief on tlio back of his nock " -BlackBinithing, woodwork, and rep...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

w 4."" ''" "" fiWITIf'WSlWWT ' ! 'W?rM,1lf TP3r armfA " ".J " s I '! V '' ,., r "T" "-j-" '." - J -T T r J -.j The saN ANgelo press, san angelo, texas, Wednesday, November i, 1901 '7 3TraVWlHBHBanB51flffi7F?. Tlw vTffNMaHFKHHHIHBB t W. ,! DEMOGRflTS WIN! New York City Gives McCleP Ian 50,000 Majority, OHIO ISrJEPUBU6flNI Maryland in Doubt, But Report Favorable to a Democratic Victory, SI'KCIAL. HV WlltB TO TUB I'KUSS: A messago to The Press from Port Worth nt 11 o'clock Inst night gives the following results from thooloctions held in Now York City and in the stutos of Ohio and Maryland on yesterday. In New York City, the Democratic municipal ticket, headed by McCIellan, has defeated the fusion ticket, with Mayor Low as its Btandard bearer, by a majority estimated at 50,000. The Republicans have carried Ohio by an overwholmn ing majority. The result in Maryland was in doubt, but reports were very favorable to a Democratic victory. DEATH OF W. S. TALBOTT Killed .as Result of Accidenta...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 4 November 1903

Wm.l7r. -. v. v. H1 ',';, M 3 H i - Br THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEtfAS, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1903 V ? . 4 I &. j. o. woodvmiio, Kx-Jurttfc SMthJ udlalul DMrlot. 0. II. OAKLAND. i;i-Jii(ll(0 of Concho County. Woodward & Garland, Attorneys'at'Law Loan, Land and Live Stock Agents. Immigration, Town-site, Lot and Land Agonts for tlio Kansas Oity, Moxiito it Orient railroad. Office over San Angelo NatM. Bank, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, r 8a aeta owani The Landon Hotel Finest Hotel Building in the West. J Large Rooms, Modern Scrvic:. Best Accommodation, I J, C, Landon, t ' aexnexMtoic49jtK atsMcoMMMBeMBMai 'Proprietor alV Tine Little Country Paper, AVlion thoevonin' sliurio !b falling at the onding o' the day, An' a follor rests from labor smokin' nt his pipo o' clay. Tliore'fl ltuthiu (Iooh him so much good, bo forttino up and down, As the little country paper from his 01' Home Town. It ain't ii thing o' beauty, an' its print ain't always clean, Hut it straightens out his tempe...

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