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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 March 1904

Jr ;'-. gjjygJ in At rtTTiwi iniffMiii i nJv OF T ELO PRESS. SAN ANGELA TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1904. HotrmtlnthcHnn Anitcln I'nst Offllce SccotHVclniRttiall matter VOL 8, NO 10 ANu -H CJ'sitj CyTOEY'FUKE') Gorporat on Victorious Decision' Reached at the Polls Last Thursday To the Effect That We Are TO HftVE "ft- GREftTER SUN fN6EL0." amggsaaasaiffimgaaiBMHii, ju,.n mmrim w wn m fmM There is a quality added to the cake and biscuit by the Royal Baking Powder which promotes digestion. This peculiarity of " Royal" has been noted by physicians, and they accord ingly endorse and recommend it. Royal Baking Powder is used in baking by the best people everywhere. flOYAl DAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YOtlK. The Majority Is Of Such A Size That Believed the Question Is Settled. It Is Congressional Politics. Abileno ltcpurtur, Abileno is to furnish two candi tlutee foi tho state somite, John L. Stephenson and Hon. A. S. Hawkins, tho latter reeontly from Midland. Abilene would like...

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. — 10 March 1904

ff "" IW .', HMfraWi... t TKrg'TM .. . . ,., ,- , . ... . H&F T ; i it Mr', kr'i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELA TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH JO 1904 v i Vi 1 ,J ! it !i!!niHn!!!!m!i!n!mn!Him!Hn!nmin!n!!?!mn!!nm!!!min!i!!niHi!!n!min!?!M!?iimn ILjwiiuffopn H. iihliiiliiiililiiiiiitliUUillliliiUilliiiUlllUiiiiliiUililillliiUllUiailtiliiillilliliiUUiliUlilUlug STOCK NI:VS Alnrkct Letter. Mpi'clul to Tim I'res Kansas City, Mo., Thursday March It, 15(01. Quarantine re ceipts at Kansas City havo boon light tiiiH wook, and gonorul cuttle receipts at all murkots liavu boon much below iiumiiial. Prices huvo, therefore, advaucod on nearly nil kinds of cnttlo; killing stuff "is LT to 10 cents higher than a weok ago Cattle run has foil below tho morning estimate near ly every day, making the markets active and strong at the advance every day. No strictly choice stoors have been on tho southern side hero, but best price of tho week was paid yesterday for some 1)7711). steers at $1.10. JOOOIb. to ...

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. — 10 March 1904

- "y-- -O. -ii THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH JO, 1904 t si 1 TT nil rl i I nr tm 1 1 w 1 I r l i 1 I I 1 I III I . M SI J. JLAJLj JLFJL IJI llJl j Ug m k m WILL CONTINUE AX COX-CUNNINGHAM GO'S. We MUsfc ItflaVe CASM If i)oU Value jjotir pig poNar Afcfceijdi the Sale Never before in the history of the Lone Star State was there such a gigantic sale as has been in progress at our store for the past 30 days. The big sale was a surprise to Southwest Texas. It is the talk all over the big state. That it was appreciated by all who attended it no one can deny. That we made prices during this sale that our competitors did not attempt to meet is a demonstrated fact. They will not approximate our prices for the next 30 days. While the big sale continues reasonable people will not miss it. No one can afford to pay regular retail prices for goods when they can buy them for less money than any small jobber buys them wholesale. C v c " v $63800 Worth of the great H(ai)i...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 March 1904

.--.'''f1 - v V..! It'-',,. &V& " ML', HIM IIBH. BUT,' Br Jl "I ft n HO i t ' 1 A ' 1' 1" f ' Sfi w V i 1 - Jv f - si THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Wci'lily Nhwh I'upiT ii( itul for Krcult'r ban Anitcln W. I. WAYLAND, Publisher. SulMcrliilliiii I'rlec (I 10 11 Your DUplitv AilvcrtlslnK SliM'iilN nil Inali lyicill id' liters f (!ontH it 1 1 1 1 THE OFFICIAL OIICAN OF CITY OF SAN ANGELO THE SAN ANGELO, TKX. MAR. 10, 1004 Tlioro is tulk of wanting Jolm Kroohind as mi alderman. Tho Press would bo glad to Htippnrt him for the ollieo mid believes lin would iimkn u (Mid (iiid coiifoion cious coiineilinan. It Iiiih ono suggestion to innko, liowovor. If tliiH aldoniiunio ollico will luko liiin away from tlio ollico of chief of the fin donnrtinont, (and the luw provides tltiit no mini hIiiiII hold two ollioos) tho l'ross would Hay no. There is no man in Sun Angolo who could or would take more interest in the huildint up of tho fin.' department than John Freoland. And to takohim away from it...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 March 1904

-Y - z THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH JO, 1904 i 1 9 VfiTlV I viiin STOCK NEWS m-z hstorui ANefJclable PrcporntionTorAs slmilaling ihcFoodniulIlcflula liiig thdSloinuchs and Bowels of Promotes Digcslion,ChccrfAil nessandncst.Conlnhis nelllier Opium, Morphine norIiiicrul. Not Xtoic otic . Mjytofr)Uj)rs.Kua.mciaui IiwfKin Sent' MxStmui IMilIt Stilt - iltfmtml -litftJbainlrSefa Ctrjifttif AVttrr ApcrTccI Hemnly rorConslirvi Hon, Sour StOuinch.IJinrrlioca fuulLoss of Sleek rac Simile Si(Jiinlure or NEW YORK. CURE FOR IlLACKLEU. For Infants and Childron. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of M 1 1 J Use J Fcr Over m Thirty Years THC eCNTAUn tOKTAHt. HCVI VORX CtTT. MmnsmxMMuaBzmnnmmMirsnKitBmsxBit ESfXBKEIIZKRK Ballinger "Business College A First-CIoss, Modern, COLLEGE. Thorough courses m HOOKKEKI'ING, STENOGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP unci SPANISH. Iiookkeoping course S25.00 Shorthand course 15.00 A liunlthy locution, and near homo. Thorough preparation f...

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. — 10 March 1904

V '. - T"1 " . i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. 7f V flit IF 6 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 10. 1904 iN- Solid Silverware Tho most appropriate gifts nro tlioso which combine in tho highest tlcgrco utility mid beauty honco tho popu larity of solid silvorware. For mi anniversary gift, a wedding or birth day present, most anything in solid silverware is sum to plonso, is of per manent value and will be handed down to future posterity Wo carry a well selected stock, and tho prices, quality considered, are tho lowest. W, E, Heald, The Leading Jeweler NEXT DOOR TO THE P. O., SAN ANGELO, TEX, S DEATH ROLL Z Mrs. Hector, mother of Mrs. J. L. Malouo, died at her home in Auetin on the )$rd instant. Tho Press oxtmids sympathy to tho boroaved rolativoH and friends. Elona Ratniros, ngo 0 years, died at hor home in San Angelo Friday night and was buried in tho Catholic cometery Saturday, Father Joseph Moulin porforin j;y? the burial services, Bon Solado .fauslto, age over "70 years...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 March 1904

ft ". t THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH JO, 1904 rmmmamm :i mi THEIR BUSY TIME. San AtiRcIo Fire Department had Plenty to do Responding to Calls Lost Week. The San Angelo (lire dopart lnout "got busy" Wednesday night and Thursday morning of last week, responding to three calls. The first alarm Wodnos night waB caused by an over charged acetylene gas tank in the rear of 0. & G. Hagolstoin Co.'b establishment, which was smok ing in an alarming manner. Tho surplus pressure was promptly ro liovod and tho troublo remediod. At 2 a. in. Thursday and alarm waB turned in from Bessie Gar rett'B place on West Concho avenue, wlioro a blazing trash pile was cuusing some oxcitoinont. A littlo wator soon removed the danger At 9:20 an alurm wns turned in from tho Post, whore house No. 11, occupied by M. E. .Toplin, was burning. Tho department was promptly at the scono of troublo, but iib thoro was no wutor con nection near enough to bo of sor vico, tho boys turnod tlioir...

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. — 10 March 1904

-11'' I a THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH f& 1904 i I Hi I iff rr H l-v4 L S ' 8N s7A t , mhh.m i !! -hi in.ii.wi. i .. Uf J" Uncle Sam says it's all right Undo Sam, In the pwon of U"n of hli (toTPQimrnt ofllclaK Is nlwnys In ehnrsro of rvrry dcpirtimntof oiirillKtlllerv. During thorntlroiirocctiiof instillation, nftcr tho whlfikcy la Hlori'il In Imrrcln In ourwnrctiousci, iltirlnir tliowivcn ymrH Itrcmnlmt there, from tho vrryrnln Mubuy to llio wlilxkry youunt, Undo Sum Inconstantly on tlinwutcti, Woilara uot luko n unllon of our own wtilstiey from our own wuroliouvj unless tioimjH It'H nil rluht. Ami when huclocsiny wi, llifUvlilHlcyirorHcllri.rtto$i, with nil ItHorlidniil Rtrentfth, rich nmi nnd lluvor, nrrylnu n UNITHI) STATIC I(i:OI.STi:iti:i JJISTlM.KIt'H (JUAIIAN Till', of l'UKITV mid AUK, nnd k.ivInk (ho il'iilirn' ononnouH IirciMU. Thnt'H why HA YNKIl WIIISICIIY Ik llio Ixist for mi illelniil iitrw Thnt'H why It Is tircfcrrnl for other iiwh. Thnt...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 March 1904

II V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH JO, 1904 h ' f I r A ' iMarx & Blum 'Addition The lota nnd blocks of this ad dition cau bo bought very low nnd on very reasonable torms. Lots from S15 to $85, $5.00 nor lot cash, balance in monthly payments of $B.OO per lot, 8 in terest por annum. When one or more blocks are takon a liboral discount will be made. This addition is north of tho Santa Fo depot about one-half mile, and is tho most dosirablo part of San Angelo by far. The soil is good, water can bo had in unliimtod quantities, and the health of this locality cannot bo surpassed anywhoro in San An gelo. Streots and Avenues aro wido and lots aro full size. Homos can bo hud horo almost at your own price. You cannot find a hotter place for a homo or for an investment in San Angelo. ChasB A. Dailey SAN ANGELO ii - i "-" .;. . 1? I;r;4 Spring Complaints are quickly relieved by an occasional glass of our wino or whiskey. It will build you up and givo you new life....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 10 March 1904

EJB ; tt" v-t"Smc MKi-jerwn "WJ jp22w'",s',","'t'",,a, "' n miwi THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH to 1904 " WJW. nmJ" If i; i - jHI . : Li h ;- ,i 11 i Ml, 1 Ij 'v . , I ' , L. 1 , i -i ! . -t i i i y - i - l il T33J THe Orient Saloon Has Re-Opened Under New Management Mellow Old Whiskies, Beer and Cigars All the best brands to be found on the matv kct, will be served to the thirsty public in the best of style and care, Give mc a calif one trial will make you a regular customer. R. L. BOSTON Special Attention Given to tile Juu Trade Oioun Dots Jim Humilon, tho big mutton limn who him '10,000 of littlo woolios on hand at this writing, cmnu in on tint stage from Sun Angolo Tuesday night to look tiflur intorcatH in Crockett county. Undo Hill Nolon came in Tues day night from u six weeks visit to Stephens county, and Inft tho next day for tho ranch. While away Uncle Hill got down with tho grip, but as hooh us ho got over tho divide coming this way from San Angolo,...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 March 1904

rmm 7'Af,1V ' WW , 1 'i- tV &M PN1V ,1' Jjm v I . ) h W' i W THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, ' v VOL 8, NO 11 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904. HntrrcdlnthcHno AdrcIo Tost Ofllloe Hcoond cliUMiinl) mailer tt i i ", ffitPhffl VI 1J Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis cuit home-made. They will be fresher, cleaner, more tasty and wholesome. Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home, quickly and eco nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and muffins, with which the ready-made food found, at the bake-shop or grocery does not compare. Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. ROYAL DAK1NQ POWDER CO., NCW YORK. i STOP T I I THE CITY HOTEL. 8 j, H H 3 Best accomodations to bo hud unywhoro in tho West, under its now management. J. R. DAY, Proprietor, g Near Snnta Fe Dopot. S IMCWll(llOIWHKABRIimWaS0WWWl(WKffH9KN(lClirPlt!rWl' E ro-TC'ro'ro'TO'TC'ro otto wTO-roc;?n3v3fC?...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 March 1904

i ...i i j jh ii II II. ,! . i i " mil . " : fc ..'MMMMBMBrTWiffriirMfTi I wffBBPPBiSSBfci! nfiiiiiiJhfiiiiija5MiM miiiMiiJBBMMMIWMfl11 -mi ATir;Fi.n'. tttvac t" THE SAN ANGELO PRES5, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH J7 1904 JKEp ?t 2 1 V ll Li ' i; . M iff VJ m I SPRING SHOWING OP THE Newest Creations. In Men's Wearing Apparel. Whether you want to buy or not, wc arc equal'' ly as will-' in g to show you Mil Hal IhitSdnirnu (J NLrx IlinJljilorcJ Newest Novelty of the sea'' son just received Single Breasted fancy Vests Prices ranging up to $5 each, L'u')H(n i'jr iiiiiU(iiiitf nMiii Our Spring Styles of the Celebrated HART, SCHAFFNER Q MARX CLOTHES arc beau" tics, Wc show all the Newest Weaves and Patterns, Do not fail to sec these Perfect Fitting Garments, Prices range from Slu.OO to $25.00. RAPHAEL CLOTHING 6. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. EXCLUSIVE OEMS' STORE 1 1 A Runaway. B. RI. IMayloek's team became frightened Sunday morning initl ran west on Concho iivontio and turnod north on Chadhou...

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. — 17 March 1904

W THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904 3 Little Things at a Saving Doing little things woll ia a characteristic of thin store. Wo recon izo tlio fact tlmt a transaction tlmt muy hgoiii small is oftou of grant im portance to ynu, mid our mutliods nnd sorvico are such that we caro for the smallest sale as carofullv as wo do tho larger ones There are hun dreds of little articles in a drug stock for which only occasional calls aro made, but when they aro wanted it is to fill a neod which nothing else can fill it is our constant effort to supply theso trillos. This samo attention to detail ih carriod throughout our business. In selecting goods each articlo is purchased witli regard to quality. Each price is nB low or lower than tho same quality is sold for else where jt o c o J Concho Drug Store METCALFE IN ST. LOUIS. Takes n Chase up There From the Ft. Worth Convention and Comes Home Dialed. C. B. Motcalfo, tho man who leadB tho procession whon it comes' to ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 March 1904

"jpfe. iWs 'cBmriHBI H, . t 2"iW - . I, Jam. IIW.U," .f.M.,,.0 'Jt..y..LaBiMiaiMI "m ATVrrTELO. TTTVAC T"""' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO' TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1904 MiaHMMiWNKaM BMWMMi ',' i. i, J " MMhiMflLlLLl ' , ' ' ' T, iiJrVa i n 1 1 ffntn iii - flmL ii'i II x t 4 BR' ' : j ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. tfv jfir I A Weekly Nwn IMkt cif iiml for i Krutitur J&llM'' Han Anicclu nf, ' W. I. WAYLAND, PtibtUher. ff ! 1 Subscription I'rleo 41 U) 11 Venr li I)liliiy Advi'rlMnit J ictiW un lucli ' j v LounlKemlcitrirc ittn line. i THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF I If CITY OF SAN ANGELO THE 30j SAN ANGELO. TfiX. Notice of An Election. Whereas, tlio City Counoil, of tlio City of Hau Angelo, Texas, have directed Hint an election of oflioors be luild on tho Kirst Tuos day in April, tlio same being tlio r)th day or April, A. I). 11)01. Therefore, I, rj. II I'owoll, Mayor of tlio City of San Angola, Texas, do, iih llio Mayor of tlio Oity of San Angelo, Texas, lioro by ordor thai, at huoIi elect...

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. — 17 March 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 17, 1904 i v I " IE m I II BLIP u 11 ' vnvivmn i j fj STOCK NEWS $vJrr' gmiiMmmj . ' ANtgclablc IVcpnrntionior As similating ihcl'ood andltcmila linjj UieSloinachs anil Bowels or H2ffi3? Promotes DigeslioivCliwrfiil ncssanclUcst.ConlainsiU'lllicr Ophiin.Morpluuc uorNiucrul Not Rah. c otic . tipeoft)ldnrS.MUELPlTCllER MxXfnita Jllfimnml -111 O-ilmaJfJafa.- IRnp Srnl -Clmlittl Wugir A perfect Hcmeily forConslipn Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .lcwnsh ncss mid Loss of SiJvi:i. ra: Simile Sinnhirc or ..NKW YOfJK IlIE$$if msL For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of H m EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. -aSSl x$ A m X Use U For Over Thirty Years IPPffyEsflipjs THCCtNTAUft COMPANY. NCW YOU CITY. 3allinger business College A Kirst-Cluss, Modern, COLLEGE. Thorough courses in BOOKKEEPING, STENOGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP and SPANISH. Bookkeeping course. Shorthand course. . . S25.00 15.00 A honlthy lo...

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. — 17 March 1904

MnTMTTirrnTTiir "'' " 'i:' -' '-'---- l 'i'11"" "iiir" - li fi ill niil1ff!a-HMB'BgS nffli'i In tSi . rt AltfrtRLO. TTTKAC-'tt""-' ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH J 7, 1904 may rr- si j aiil W I I'" ' I Wfrda-. mVfSBp Ijl ' m Mr? m r " 1 II ; society. Ee Tnylor-Hollowny. MiHH Kfltollo Taylor nntl Mr. Edgar Hollowuy woro recently married al Mineral WoIIh. Both tlio hritlo and groom arc woll known in San Angolo, and liavo many friends horo. Miss Taylor iaaniocoofJ B. Taylor of thin city and tlio groom is a brothor to Mrs. M. L. Price. Misses Mai Foreman and Ella Scott Fisher entertained tlio gon tlonion guoHts at tlio Landon Sat urday ovoning with a "pitch Kurty." All enjoyed tlm evening ngoly. Dnncc nt the Club. A goodly number of tlio young Booiety people of the city enjoy ed a pleaHunt dunce at the Club rooniH Saturday night, the 5th inst. Tlio occasion was in honor of Miss Clark, a charming young lady of Dallas, svlio has been a visitor to the city the pa...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 March 1904

n " HflHBKfllB V r- '?7"'f ,J,J't-'-' ,,, i ' ffBFTBW"-if "",tt'.'p- -t ") yn- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 17, 1904 X jKWys!rS?9SiISsLB 'III ffr -IMnnoB tuned, vopniroil-Al leu's It. I). Hall roturnod to Ballin gor Sunday. -Pipo tind Casing at Findluter's. First cur just recoivod. It Geo. K. Wobb wont to Kl Paso Sunday on business. -Moody tbo blacksmith repairs anything. '10 tf C. A. Brootno came buck from Fort Worth Monday. -Lumber Burton-Lingo Co. -Prairie dog poison, the best, in any quuntity ut Concho Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tweedy, of Knickerbocker, aro visitors in the city at the Landon. Highest casli prices paid lor hides, H. H. Sigma n & Co, Attention Itermnn Sons. As I am busy and out of town at times, would bo glad if all member's would Bond or leave Miss Mary Lard spent last weak: their dues with Eddie Maier. Aug. Ham'anz, Secretary 0. D. II. S. in Fort Worth visiting her mother I. U. Ferguson, tho Miles lum berman, wftB hero betwee...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 17 March 1904

Ji , !.-'!fSfei jajwtmj. j ., i u v;j ,ai,. it. ...ijia v KaangaiaiMiHBr . imSttBiisM ? g-ilifi ifartr k" t - - iwijtj r'-frirv- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH J7, 1904 wwww"-1? - y't - -i " a.1. - ' - .v: j mmuLy,: .Mfr j-. w t '-'toM '"" MMMHMHMNHMMMIWPM !1 W 'ill 1 H A h - v u. If- tt I San flnoBio Training school 1 55 Tim work will bo resumed after the Holidays MOiN'DAY, JAN'Y -1th, 1U01. Tuition in the Literary Department from S15 to S30 per term of 20 weeks, Scholarship in Business Department S40, X Scholarship in Shorthand, S40 S Music, vocal and instrumental, Kl- :3j ouutioii, Physical Culture ami Art, ;;; are all taught lv specialists it those lnu'H. Wliv go ICiiHt for what, you 5 can get, right here in the hnalthit'st 5 part of the great Htato of Texas. CS J. D. SGOTT, PRESIDENT J. E. BISHOP, PRINCIPAL UiiliiillliilUUiillllitillliitiliillltiailtiilliUltiiUliliiiiUiiDS; W. A, COCHRAN S SON Carry a Complete Line of'-v STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, Grai...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 March 1904

MM i'i r HiiMtaSflofgi "'lv?""' -;'.,': '-? 'i f ADVERTISING PfVYS IF PLfGED IN THE, RIGHT MEDIUM, TRY THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. VOL 8, NO 12 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1904. Bnti'rcd In tho Sno Angela Post 0Gllc Hocona-clnnmall matter New opting Low Cut Shoes For Ladies, Misses and Children , , , , Quality is Remembered Long If thcro is ono article of woarinjz apparel of which Uioro is fur moro expected tliiin of ntiy othor, it's SIlOCS. They must combine stylo, fit, looks and wearing qualities, to give perfect Hiitisfuctioii. Thoy must ploase tho oyo and fit tho pockot-book. Our policy has alwayB boon to give tho very bust values at as low prices as was consistent witli the qual ity. Poorly made, shoddy shoes can't Iind a place in our Btoro. Our constantly increasing shoe trade Ihib demon strated tho wisdom of our course. In getting up our lir.o of low cut shoes for spring and summer, without sacrificing anything in stylo and fit, wo havo materially added...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 March 1904

V ' r 2 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO) TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24 1904 if r - i . (v""""":- .--2? HiitSclulTner b Nbrx I land Tailored CepyrllAl lJllf ILrtbchtllu.r A Mart ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS EASTER Is coming. Drop in and select your pat tern. We are showing the greatest assort ment ever shown in San Angelo. A Perfect Fit The goods we guar antee to be the best, and PRICES that are exactly right. Straw Hats We have all the new est shapes. TC C ?C Raphael Giotiiino company EXCLUSIVE MENS' STORE Woodmen IZutci'taincd. Tlio menthol of the Woodmen of tho World lodge wore agreeably Biirprisod Inst. Friday night just as tlioy dosed the lodge session to find tin1 unto room filled with ladio, itieiuhciH ul tho Woodmen Circle, who brought with thum u Mtflioiont supply of delicious cuke and lemonade. The chop pers onjoyed the feast hugely aftor their work, and voted tho 1,'ood ludioH their thanks for tho kindness. Cured Consumption. Mrs. B. W. Uvans, Gharwator, Kan., writes: "My husband lay...

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