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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 28 January 1904

&jm g&T fli.-Aafi raSH! THF SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY 28 I90i -Alien sells l'iuiios. T. B. Norwood of Miles was in town Thursday. Rov. S. T. Shoro returned from Fort Worth Friday. E. Loftin and wifo of Chris- toval were in tho City Saturday. Mrs. B. B. Hail went down to Bnlliugor Saturday afternoon. -Good Alfalfa hay at Nooloy Bros Ed Stowo has returned from a v recent pleasant visit to frionds and relatives at Waco. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hall and son Louis woro visitors to Bnlliu- gor Saturday and Sunday. MisBos Maggie Bout (and Annie Hewitt went to Biillinger Satur- day afternoon returning Sunday. -Cut Mowers roses and carna- tions at .1. J. Nussbuumer's. phono 2. " 2-tf Mrs. J. II. Ragsdale wife of Santa Fo lrakeman "Parann" Riigsdalo. was quite Hick several days last week. R. M. Wright and wifo re- turned from Brownwood last Thursday whore Mrs. Wright has beon visiting hor parents. Louis Passour roturned this week from Bnlliugor where ho has beon e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 28 January 1904

OT " "' I' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 28 (04 j? . jr. .j-jf -rfT' T"TS!W $ f-'H t i;. It. JACKSON I'rci. II. II. IIAlf.. Vlre I'rci IS V. IIATIIMAN. Ciwhlor. W sLandon National Bank & w San Angelo Texas. vt rm llUCICal i rtiu Ull acj-U3U lAbiiuii uu an i uuiia it-1 jg CAPITAL STOCK W Texas Senators and The Panama Treaty. It is oofly to understand how high-minded mon liko Senators t ulborson and Bniley in thoir abhorrence of tlio executive lawless 8 )82S&5Sfeff . v ni..in.u nun imiiujf iii biiuir iimn.li ii'iiuu ui bliu UXUCUUYO lawlOSH- 5100000 vS i'8s which brought tlio 1'anama nfl'uir to its proHont status cun not AT jMirHiiiuiu wioiiihoivob to npprovotno ircniy. jihiocu tnepnlpaoio col Wo aro open for businoBS and offer every aeoom- inodiition consistent with safe conservative bank ing. Youth very truly D1KECTOHS FAYETTE TANKERSLEY CICERO SMITH B. B. HAIL J. C. LANDON U. G. TAYLOR. J. D. SUGG T. H. McCLOSKEY E. R. JACKSON J. M. SHANNON C. A. PA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

&J3P&F V?.'-S&tt M .'.X.. 'iirw'm. y:pv mnv - fcA4 Si-Vis-tA-J-U" The Press has a Larger Number of Readers in San Angelo and Tom Green County than .ny Two Papers Circulatingjin This Section. J K THE SAN ANGELO PRESS VOL 8 NO 5 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904. Hntcreri In thti Snn AiikvIu Post Offllc Second ulnMnnl) matter ' ' 'Mi '-1 .''' c " .S THE OLD RELIABLE SUBJECT OF SCHOOLS. pl San Angclo's Paramount Issue al Present Is Mow Slinll We Have (lood Schools. AKaUAlBNI'S I'KO AND ANTI. THAT FEDERAL BUILDING1 With Its Co-worker Free Delivery is Destined to Come to Sail Angelo. It III; BUSINESS CLUB AT WORK. Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE! CLAY M'CIONAOILL'S LUCK. Won Ton 'Ihousand Dollars and a Bride in Twenty Months. Tho El Puso News has tho fol- lowing in regard to an export lariat thrower who lias partici- pated in contests at San Angelo on several dill'eront occasions: "Yes by gosh I I've intnle ten thoiiBiind dollars in tlio last I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

- I "M f ". 1 :k &1W ' Stf . r. i J. ' if ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEX-VS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 t nm A n A wxmKmmwmmimm.mmzm: Finest Stock of Furnituire ...In San Angelo... Consisting of Parlor and Dining Room Suits Library Tables Couches Davenports Rugs Tables Bouffets Sideboards China Closets Chiffon- iers and Chairs etc. at prices to suit the times. v v v g Mrs. E. 6. Fitzaerald. 1 RESIDENCE BURNED. J. J. Stephen' Residence niul Con tents on l.lp.'in l-tnt Hurried Prlrtny Night. Tito four room residence to- gether with nil household goods belonging to J. .1. Stophons mid situated nine mi ton Houtli of town on Lipun Flat burned Friday night about. 8 o'clock. Mr. Stephens und family wuro nob at homo when tho conllagration oc- c tired. Thoy had gone to preach- ing und did not. know of tho lint until tlioy ruturnod and found t.hoir home and coutonts in iihIioh. Mr. SlophetiH BayH ho knnwH of no way tho fire could havo originated xeopt through a Hue which ho thought wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

I'ap. 7 c- rS" iqr vnrifwi? sjK"' r.- THESAN ANGEi.O PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 Cash Will d i V J g "W J HotTie rming Tnf hnrT V n 4m Bik j m -S . K in -r o) e- vr I JrL. I "xas? J N ofthi hours ing el over 1 now-! befon .:n -ci Will I c J Tliousiui Clothing Star Stat like was ii bo again counties. Men's sui sell for le ningliain ous prico Who will roo sa will seo sij but they v All Israel The peopl bind the I; his flock this sale 1 for and ij The Every truetion st enter our you look yi tho whole i The greatel in Snn A skirts fash compared t come se) fc now ways n spot in tho State. Cc shopping al nioiuber thi when you h miles awayj to tho foiim tho trip. San Angelo Press Supplement VOL. 8. SAN ANGELO TEXAS FEBRUARY 4 1904. NO. 5. Prom Paint Rock. Concho Herald. Miss A lieu Norman is tone him; u kindergarten clans at the Train- ing school in San Angolo. Carl Schlinko this week sold his ranch consisting of 000 acres and a few hoad' of cattle to W W. Etnbrey and I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

fio e H'utor VttlJoy HO No W Mt Nobo school houHo.. LM No II. Wlliln Hwnn nnhnnl uiiu o. o. jajuuihh oi iVitiilon ar- rived in tlio city Friday of lust weok and went out to the ranch ports Rugs Tables Bouffets 50 Gents a .-! ru:... ri x 1C ttiun tin. ilo uhRh lor your lnliu- ence and support. WXbC'i rS Ii A. 'I It's Warm. 5 It's Convenient. My Wagon Yard 8 1 J ..Drive In.. 3 "fi Good food Htnir for Hale. g g My prici'H an; moderate g 5 Caldwell Wagon Yard. S 9 DAVID GIKDWOOU. S Why is It? roliiimry Wiiiniui'H lliiiiie Companion: "it ih wiill enough" Haid Un- cle Joseph mh ho put down tho hook "hut it iHii't trim." "Why not?" J asked. "Because tho author maker him promise to tho heroine in a crowded theater Now a woman doesn't want to he propoHoit to in Hindi a place. Sim wantH a quiet spot where Him can weep a little. Story-writ I'i'H Blioiild take this into consideration." "I'shaw!" said I. "When a woman accepts a man fur good mid all hIio likes to put her head on his shoulder and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

trt? p' WPiy' V. ?i$ St" f 1 i ir H ! y -' fjf TO i il - & I i I Hot Te Muriiiiiig il) tne Old Torfi) NoW. I Not since theold town came on earth was there such a battle as will be inaugurated under the consolidated roofs of this gigantic institution next Saturday morning at daylight Feb. 6th and continue for30 days up to the midnight hours of March 6 1904. Cox-Cunningham Co. are the people behind the big guns. The call came tor Cash and noth- ing else will do to comfort us in these winter days and in order to get it we put the wheels of commerce in motion with over 25 salesmen to wait on you with $37462.19 worth of the best merchandise in these parts of Texas. It's cut loose now not later. All Tom Green county and adjoining country will be awake to the situation. The like was never seen before and never will be again. Cannons will pealforth the bombardment will be heard for miles around the shells will fall in the enemies' camp to beat the band. Clothing. Thousands of dollars wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

-'?m' rfZ" 'wrWW?':'-i"1'" 'WWr "PBWP"- V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 tt "? mmimr Bf r ' .1 i (' l3 .! THE SAN ANGELA) PRESS. I warci't. "alioMioV raili'mcl 'shou'ld A WVeUlv Nkwh I'aiiiT of .iiiil for u Krcitcr Hun Aniiolii W. I. WAYLAND Publlilicr. Hiiliscrlilluti Price l to ti Ycnr IM'pluy AilvortWm'. i'i!iils nn limli. I)cul Kriulers fi ou iIh ii Iiih-. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO SAN ANCELO TEX. PEU 4 1004 lio ho unstable regarding matter of incorporation tlio . r-'ontress Hill and Miss Louise Kentross loft Friday for iiiilliugor and Han Angelo. Aftiir visiting there awliilo tlmy will return to tlioir respective homos at Now York and Memphis Tonn. SUBJECT 'OF SCHOOLS (Continued from 1st I'ng") Can you vote? lliivo yon a poll lax receipt? Illstorlctil. Manila is evidently determined lo continue lu decline tin nomi- nation until it in ull'ori'd to him. JIoiiHton Post. Woll In) Iiiib ample precedent for Ii IB course. Thn plumed k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

"7 ?9pi "" r " - r -- THE SAM ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 -my mmJm I I IflHWrVMgrT SS3323B3222SlGE! 3allinger "Business College A Firat-ClusB Modern COLLEGE. Thorough courses in HOOKKEEPING STENOGRAPHY PEiNMANSIIIP and SPANISH. Bookkeeping course S25.00 Shorthand course 15.00 A lipulthy location mid near hnnio. Thorough preparation for the best positions. Enter now. Special inducements. For particulars address.. STOCK NEWS. CATTLEMEN MAY PILL OUT mand. There was a time when the sheep interests of wesu Texas amounted to a big thing but as tho range was fenced up tho Hocks were drifted further west until dually tho great mnjority ot them (landed in Now Mexico. From May Form New Organization Apart that territory thousands aro drift- I From National -Alunlo .McKcn.le led into Texas every winter mak- for Head. ing for the lower Pecos and Devil's -. itr ..... rt . HMtii. jtnllntlliia ntlft II t llrt flnlw Mrl i l'ort worm Tex. )an. 'u. it""" .....- is reported t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

T n ;"" &- -p '- ""y"J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 ' : I I i -A f ; ; I j i I I O I n Keep Down Expenses Ihiy vour Groceries from uh. Wo soil good goods at tlio lowest prices and give full weight (ivory timo. Wo nro now lo- cated in our NEW QUARTERS and an bettor prepared to liandlo your orders pmnptly. Cheatham & Aldridge PHONE 291 & BUSINESS CLUB MEETING Arrangements Alnilc for deception nnd Untertulnnient of Prlsco Party. Tlio regular mooting 'f tlio Di- roctorH of tlio Han Angolo Busi- uobb Club was bold Monday night with a full board present. After tho truiiHuutiou of routine busiiMJBH a communication wan road from Congressman Smith stating that no appropriation) for Federal Buildings would bo con- sidered m tho present HOHHion of CongniHH on account of t.ho near approach of a presidential eloe- tion honco it would bo uhoIohs to koikI a representative to Washing- ton now. It was thetoforo decid- ed not to attempt to raise I'uikIh f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

V .wr; f ' if jw? '? f ..v. J '?; - w - yf ' - S'ffiifSB" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 A i" ' ..isavusymBi ' Mbwh 7 l 0 5 'Ifa Luxury crn2 Comfort gf &. Home arc found in its Furnishings For Com- fort good Carpets arc a necessity A. S. GANTT & SON Have all the best carpeting ranging in prices from 35 cents to $1.45 per yard liurglnrs at Work Again. Saturday night some cracksmen tapped Ohontluuu it Aldridgo's grosery store tor $1.50 ciibIi nnd .fO worth of ciuuly besides u few other oatables. Ilntchor it Dow ty lost 28 pocket knives some to- hncco cigars nnd their entire hoarding of copper cents. March Brothers suffered a broken window but entrance wnB not obtained. The sheriff's office was raided and So. 25 in money obtained. The thieves wore doubt less amateurs as they overlooked $17 in another part of the desk from whore the money secured waB placed. Two arrests were made in connection. Babe Hondor- hoii and Monnie Sohonku the lat- ter bei...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 February 1904

rwni-nmwzf SW' :nfWM.p . i-wpp. M & ?; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1904 ' .' PI Uf'i m m tf I. K .f ACJKHON. I'rcH. It II. MAIL. Vice I'n-H. I; V HATHMAN. nnhliT VS gLanaon iNauonai oarm Jj San Angelo Texas. ro )w i.i...t T'-iM n Prmlic. lire li.ince on .-ill Points Free to Customers. fv 5100000 SS CAPITAL STOCK We are open for business and olfer every accom- SS moilutioii coiiHiBtmit with Hiifo conservative Ijunk- W ing. Youth very truly DIKIiCTOKS i FAYETTE TANKKRSLBY CICERO SMITH ft U. B. HAIL J. C. LANDON fV U. G. TAYLOR. D. SUGG T. H. McCLOSKEY E. R. JACKSON J. M. SHANNON C. A. PAYNE XISSiSSSSSSSSSSkSSKXI gmmnifnnimmHimmfHiHfnmiHmimHminHiimmiiw I San flnoeio Training Scnooi The work will he resumed after the HoliduvH MONDAY 'JAN' Y -Itii JtMH. MORE COTTON. bpliuicrs and Dealers Forming an OrKuni.atlonAro Coming to Houston. Mr. .1. K. Hrophy representing the ICiiul ihIi-A incricnii Cotton I Company who lilts been in the city for the past several...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

v$. .Mi ii lMi ' I l l ! HIWIH' ! WMjW 'mi f'-"'"p: rt!"- A Hearty Welcome to the Frisco Representatives THE SAN ANGELO PRE VOL 8 NO 6 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1904. Kntrrrillntho Hnn Anitolo 1'ost Oflllco Hccorul-classmnll matter air '.. I lahii i nil s 2H!B if ' V x UN' IIL. 'nM4 ! I ff V ul J 3$M ". Royal Baking Pow det av$ BAl Health 0 ' The Gredwt Concho Country San Angelo Its Chief Center A Bit of Information For the Benefit of the Strangers Within Our Gates Natural Resources and Development. Tin- visitor to a strange country Igrentosl stoekrnisiiig section of f'UUi CS23 ran Saves Money HOYAL DAKINO POV'OEH CO. NEW YORK. usually wants to "know things ami Iid gratilios this most natural desire by asking questions of tlit native who happens to lio nearest at thi! time the craving for know- ledge assails him. It is to save our visitors an much trouble as possible along this 1 1 in that tlio Press lias prepared the following brief article: s.x xi it: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

"VW" y. -c THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1904 TW" '?HWMnHHMnHMnMiHMi -"mMMBfeM ii.a .afflBIIJUI WaF' r'''yrJ Jr " ' 7T T" :K -..(' . TUMKHfr'KBatrW "yTawgaw'' s ( ""Wi i c: i-v- 1 h- r xm K w 1 " 'o OTre Trouble With Dan fa i.ta It wit it wet nlKlil. very wot mill chill nlllioiigli tin' Mm' ruiu biirclj influV tin- Ktillcrs run A milurntlnR nllit ili'fciillvc lo (In1 eye nml bring- Iiik woe to llune inigiiiiiileil souls wlio brnvetl Uh m'imiiIiik mllilnc-i morning mnlirollii or iii:icl;liil(inli In thi' Iioiihc of I'lliili Miuonilier nil wnii lniHilliillly mill rlteiir. Tlie Tolnmp of imiii.i tiirillitl volcrs inlliulliiK with tlio slnilmt or thf i ily's Hiolu'sl orclit'K- trn iiourril out lulu tin' kIooiii ns the iloorn opi'iii'il to iiilinll w 111 oivcreil tlUIIICH WlllMe HOItlliel U lllllillM KIIVC' llttli' lilllt 'if Hit' llcli ltiwle lii'liciltll Slii' who ii luiir hour nun was .lilt 1 1 tut Miii'oliihi'r. now Id Im- Known (i Mrs. Aliniiii lliirlui'll ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1904 ss smmmmmmmmmmmmntmmmmmmmmmmmK 1 VALENTINES 1 piicklei) & poUghertiJj War In The Tar East r MB CP77K!A'25 MCte" 1 3 Will trade NEW for Second llniitl Furniture. Also sell on INSTALLMENT PLAN Nice liic of Wall Paper jUst Received PRICES THE LOWEST TO gJ GREAT CONCHO COUNTRY (Continued from Pugo 1) yatoin of waterworks und olec-; trio lightB. Our water sup-1 ply ta undoubtedly the boat in Texas being drawn from tlio South Concho rivor iv tronm which is fed by novor-fail-ing springs of the softest and purest wator. There is an abun- dant supply for u city of many times San Angelo's present popu- lation and there is plenty also for the uso of manufacturing en- terprises and othor largo users of toam. WIIOI.KSAI.K. Two largo exclusive wholesale grocery houses are established in San Angolo ouch enjoying a heavy and profitable patronage. In addition there are other houses sollqig dry goodB grocer- ies and drugs which combi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

"p "TWP HlM. in .'ll. Mm ji irfii 7 i'ififc Kim w . K i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1904 .y i ( iv&f ?mfr. a. j V' ". v'- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nknvm 1'iiimt itf .mil for a uroittor Sftn AiikcIo. W. I. WAYLAND. Publliher. Hulnorlptlim I'rlec tl.Mii Vuar t)lHity AdYcrlWtiif. aOeentHnnmo.h. Uioul ltcuderH ft r d n line. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITV OF SAN ANGELO SAN ANGELO TEX. FEB. II IU04 Did you p:iy Unit poll tax? If so eoino lot's whoop up the schools. The f.vcH of nil. Texua are on Sun Ani'Io. Lot's miike our oity moro attractive. Tlio City (Jounoil in doing good work for Sun Angnlo'n future. Vou don't sec the results now Ijouauso the worhl wasn't made in u (lav. Now lot'H have bettor lire light- ing facilities. The Council has rccuivud several estimates on ap- paratus and tlioy uro working with a view to furnishing thi'Ho tilings. Stand up for Vim! We can't afford to drop that Fodoral Huilding matter. Wo'ro in for making a city of Sun ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1904 9 ( .Iff I 1 WERE YOU HERE LAST SATURDAY I ( ill L . m 1 . &fc T. $6$ If not why not? The whole city turned out. The weather cut no ice. They heard of the sale and they came to it. Hundreds stood in line trying to get waited on. It was a big undertaking on our part to get ready for the first day but we did it with plenty of work nerve and muscle all of which we have in plenty. The stars and stripes through- out the house was one of the predominating features of the big sale and it started off like chain lightning. The like was never seen before. They were surging to and fro throughout the store picking up here and there bargains such as they had never seen in their lives before. ALL CALICOS go ii this sale at 3 34c The whole house was ubluzo with bar- gains. Thi' red ticket Btured thorn in the luce us they entered the front door. They were hanging from the coiling from the Hide walla from the corners from the Bholves f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

'r y r 2MC3 a&V ; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY JJ 1904 H 10 ft? m m li I M ! h. T 'J-t S Tfa Tiger Man. I lee Hy Ihcro (hYd III lmllii ii "Hin- doo who wjih known iih (lie lKr .Mini. He nut n high i-hmIc nuilvf given to IiIh books and nillili of III philosophy llllH been iptolcd III l:illiiH'llll Mituiltics. Hi' lived In tln mini nf mi niii temple on tin' olilsklrls of ii dense Jungle mill llieri' lie made mill iniilnliillieil Ms faille iih ii turner of wllil beasts particularly tigers f f il not nctu ally bime them Imt the influence lie exercised over tliein was no less tlnm wonderful llwn with n iliouuiiml wit nesscs to I'onolionile fnts one linds It lined to liellcM- "In some of liin do llg. Ilild lie lieeu so iiiludeil lie lollld lillW cleared (lie whole iruiiic of liters III (wo or (luce .wars it nil en rlelicd lllniseir with (lie liinitil.v offeied for llieir heads unil Hie heads of oilier lllingcloilS Iii-iinIh mill deadly serpents litlt lie pos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

LJ. "- ' "' Ll'" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY 't fx7- TwWrTT i -j --' ' ;- ijmjjML FEBRUARY H 1904 5 ' N r 3allinger "Business College A Fira-Class Modern COLLEGE. Thorough courses in BOOKKEEPING. STENOGRAPHY PENMANSHIP and SPANISH. Bookkeeping course S25.00 Shorthand coursn 15.00 A lieultliy location dttd near hnino. Thorough preparation for the bo9t positions. Enter now. Special inducements. For particulars address.. CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS. HHHIBHHRHHEIHNHHiflH9iNHHHlN9HHiHBHHHBHiHHHrHHJMH I 0CK OX joj HENRY J. STOVALL Principal ilALUTiGEU. 'TEXAS gfflKiongg An Election Is Ordered-Will Ue Held February 26 -Fire Wagon Or- dered Purchased. Tho Oity Council mot in cnllocl session on 'Thursday morning ut 11:150 o'clock in tho First Na- tionnl Bunk rooms. The entire board of aldermen the mayor and secretary were present. This meeting was called for tho pur- pose of considering a petition which had been presented to tho I council signed by Inhti Abo I March. A. P. Ilulm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 February 1904

... wim II'.i. iwiii' i i wiiii iwm i ii mil imim.iii ljW !!. p.r-p p- -- 1 Mf' IJSBWMBWwiawwwwwwwm- U . Utc.i ... -J2lT r .l.1?"1' '''uuMWMBBglZ:; ; . -..i-. - ir. v .v 6 THE SAN ANCJELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY i (904 I I ) I- V til MtMattMMMMMXWMMmMMMH Peel Tough? Head ache bad taste in your mouth feverish no appetite ? Got a Cold? I or a fair start for g a spell of La fl Grippe may be ? S Knock it all out g with a few doses fi of HoimaiTs Gold Gore 25c a Box 8 Hold Only By g I Gniifilin Dnin Store a A CHANGE IN BUSINESS W. C. Johnson Sells Ills Intorcst In Grocery Business to Mis Partner J. B. Taylor. Tho firm of Taylor it Johnson was disaolvod this wool; by muttiul consout Mr. .IoIiuhoii retiring. Mr. J. B. Taylor purchased his intorosb in tlio business and will continue it at tlio hiiiiio place in tho futuro undur tho linn name of J. B. Taylor. This was tho oldnst grocory firm in San Angolo hoing established in 18811. At that time it was known an Johnson & ...

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