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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 March 1904

EF1 cssmmti fsKHSES Kit .....il '. JrTr?arYaBBgyT . , v..-.' , ; 'aL.A Wa'.raHaMg.i'fll3.., . .'PUBi ';; THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1904 M Siif ?.. tti tli tb. WE HAVE MOVED I s&ss HT Drugs Medicines To'the Hill Building, formerly occupied by Henry Hagelstein, and are now READY FOR BUSINESS We have ample room in our new location and are better prepared than ever before to serve you. Soda Fountain Soft Drinks Ice Cream Fine Candies f" Sk $fc Articles m 4w sfe tf 2$ Cigars Lee lAilson Drug' Company Jlfi. I- '- 4 m iV sfeateafcs y " " "f1 TLaster Perfumes . . Ah sweot and delicute nH tlio flowers thoy imitnto, and with nil tho vornnl freshness of tho Bpringtido. Our first aim is to secure un assort mont that cnnnot bo match ed for uniform excellence, and our next cndoavor is to supply theao porfoot odors at tho lowest possiblo price. Tho cost of perfumes is al ways "right" horo, and you aro certain of getting thoso odors that aro most popular, mos...

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. — 24 March 1904

.r TJT1 ;T""T " '"TTT'W" T7 "' 7" ijPi-y,T'fywy rn-;ry - - -. r; ft w THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELOl TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24 1904 PI -r t f. I?" w h THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwn Paper il ,iml for Krciiter Hitn A lutein. W. I. WAYLAND, Publliher. Sulwurlptlnii PrkP l Mn Yeiir UWiIny AiUcrtlsltiU. 'J' 'Blits un Inch. Iionl Id y Aint'rusir;K, jiei.-iu Keiulcriftcufitsii lltii THE OFFICIAL, ORGAN OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO SAN ANGELO, TEX. MAR- 24, 1904 Thursday Alornlng's l-'lre. Thut Sun Angulo iH (li'Htiiipd to liofiomo "grentor" ih beliuvuri by alnioH), nil nii'ii ami tho progroH HivonoHH of her biisiiit'HH moil in the hest ri'iiion for thiH belief. That Iht biiHiiHjsH nii'ii Imvn grout oourngo mid uro tlaiintlesH in it iH Mplnmliilly lt'iiioiiHlriitc(l by their actions on the event of ThurHilay riioriiing'H lire. The flrflt Nation al Hunk, Cox-Cunningham Co. and .1 15. Taylor Bimtiiinoil tho grontuHt Iohhi'h, yet at nino o'clock tliat morning CiiHhior G. II. I'owoll open...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 24 March 1904

lbvggrrSTw7iil,.V J . .CT.iWWM.ll fl,n, , CASTORA M Atgc(ablc Prcpnralloiiror As similating ihcFoodnndllcgula ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digcslion.Checrfur- ncssantiKest.coniaiusneiiiier Op'uim.Morpltinc ttortlincral NOT N All COTIC. afOMUrXMUELnTamn teiyjkut ScttLm Mx Senna t Jlljrnnvil -IltCtuivntdrSofa J'tmAtd Migar tBUetywt ffatvn Apcrfccl Remedy forConsliivi Ron, Sour Stonuich, Diarrhoea Worms .ConvuUions.rcvcrislv icss nnd Loss of Sleep. GASTQRIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought STOCK NEWS Facsimile Si'gnnturc or NEW YORK. 1v B Bears the 1 SiPTmtnrfl I)Lw I of hv ' In mi 4 a I ft IW S ft P In ij For Over 1I TtIMlB VnOPTIi ti UBIIIW ICRBO EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. fj II JpK H 1 1J III W TMt otNTAun (oMMrtr. new tori citt. gmmmmmmntmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmg I Wool Gro wet s 1 CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO IGeo, ESichardsonl g Wool Commission Merchant, H San Angelo, Texas iiaiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiia.uiiiiiiiaaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiu STOCKHENFARMERS. Men Wlt...

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. — 24 March 1904

Vim jyww 'w-v M?imfj&W9 !W 'w 4aV?W w iP"WetTv V ; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 24, 1904 SOCIETY, lie- i i Woman's Club AU-cthiK. Tlio Woiiiiiu'h Club unit with Mrs. .1. A. Hums Wednesday, the ltitli, and iiiiiiiml election of offi cers took phro wil.li tin; following ladies elected for the year: President, Mm. C. i. Hudson: let vice-pins., Mm. S. 10. Taylor: L'nd vice-pros., Mrs. Z, I). Oaf ford ; Hi'crntury, Mm. J . A. Burns, treasurer and critic, Mm. W. S. Cunningham. The tiniu wiih too short in which to receive reports from ijlinirmaii of library committee anil secretary, they being de ferred until the meeting of yestor day at tin homo of Mm. V. S. Cunningham, at which time "The Prophet of I ho Groat Smoky Mountain" and its author, formed the hasis of work including as special topics, arranged by Mm. IIikIhoii, 'o.idor: 1. Sketch of Murphoo's life and writings. 2. Tim gonuology of Tennessee Mountaineer. 55. The oH'octs of issolation on language. 1....

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. — 24 March 1904

;j,s , JSRESmmm ECL33E RPBVVHSSra EHnraLa LUatovt- fcae it&,rf,-.raa:;s STTPJ , THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 24, 1904 H Gleirl Sc Livingston g Are now taunted in thoir now shop, next to gc Thames Bros., utid reudy to servo you in. . . efc placksiniUiing of EVery IQ'nd j HORSESHOEING t SPUCIflLTY $6 picyclc Repairing GUij ai)d Locksijtithlijg This department is under tho specinl caro of JOE CLARK, which is a gimrnnteo of prompt and satisfactory work -Lumber Burton-Lingo Co Max Mayor, of Sonora, wub hero Thursday. A. P. Roo was quite sick with fovor last and tins week. -One of thoso now nhoto scarf pins nt LolVel's would look well in your now tie. D. B. Brown was hero from Brady Thursday on business. E. P. Poster, of Sterling City, was hero Thursday on business. -Guitars, Violins, otc, at Allen's. Miko Wiggins and wifo were in from tho rnneh Thursday shop ping. I). B. McCallum, of Robert Leo, was here Monday on busi ness. -M. C. itngsdnle photographer. P...

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. — 24 March 1904

i. tlfw-'.W ''f3E?rs HfyrrppfpfWfWf 'fW SJ't.7' " T"F f .""'''f Ty THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 24, 1904 I 1 hi S '4 A t ttHimHiniimimimmmnimmmnnnimnimHmmfHmg 1 San flneeio Training school l Tho work will bo resumed after tho Holidays MONDAY, JAN'Y 1th, 1WH. Tuition in the Literary Department from S15 to S30 j per term of 20 weeks, 2 Scholarship in Business S Department S40, -Tv Scholarship in Shorthand, S40 S "' ' ' ' m ES Music, vocal mill instrumental, HI- ; ST ouution, Physical Culture ami Art, 3 am all taught lv specialists it those i J lini'8. Why go Kimt for what you EX can got right hero in tin.' healthiest j ? part of tin' groat Htati) of Texas. C2 J. D. SGOTT, S PRESIDENT J. E. BISHOP, 3 PRINCIPAL liiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiummiiiiiiii W, A, COCHRAN & SON, "Carry a Complete Line of'v . STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, Grain, Hay, Bran, Etc, Also Agents for Deering Harvesting Machinery and Deering Twine... LERCH BUILDING, PHO...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

afi&amti ?v"'sii'i ' 9"1 VoVs -.t ADVERTISING PfYS IF PLACED IN THB RIGHT MEDIUM, TRY TIXC GELO P VOL 8, NO 12 SAN ANGELA TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904 Knlrrcdln ttit'Ho- AnKrlo Post OR'.'ce Beunml claMiinll matter f i i i ixOiJnLi'' , Baking Powdet Saves Health, THE YATES CASE The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfutness of the family food. Yeast ferments the food. Alum baking powders are injurious. Royal Baking Powder saves health. ROYAL OAKINQ POVDCH CO., NEW YORK. Is Thrown Out of Court at Ul Paso Hut Dcfendent Is Soon Rearrested. t'Vnm tlio i:i I'.im llorakl. There was disinis.ed from tlii criminal docket in .Indue Wath all's court this morning a caso against a prominent stockman from San Angelo, Jiltout which very little forsouio reason lias been said although tlio mat tor luis boon in tlio courts since last December. The defendant m the caso was Ira G. Yates, one of the most sub stantial mid prominent stockmen of Tom Green county an...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

f y. ' f UP- n if u :t ' .i est Lighted Trains in America More limn IKK) olontrie - passenger service on the Chicago, Milwaukee Railway. These include sleepers, couches, dining, par leu, library tunl olmir cars. This extensive ubo of loading modern systems of electric light ing gives to this railway the distinction of operating lli Iji-hL lighted trains in America. 'I'Ihj Southwest Limited, Kuiibuh Oity to Chicago, is electric-lighted throughout, and is the train of trains between tlicBC cities. 1 1 ii ton Stations in Kansas City and Chicago. Two SlitUiiiiri in KuntiiH City Union Sta tion and Grand Avenue. M. F. SMITH. Commercial Accnt. 343 Main St. Qallas, Tex. niitcH. MIlCK Mt'uv'liuur Mrs. C. S. Scruggs, of San An gelo, who Iiiih heon Hponding several days in' bur city the guest of lior daughter, Mrs. A. Noblo, coturnod hoinoTuosdav ovening. W. I). Currier and I). D. Thames, of the big land firm of Currier, Thinned & Co. of Angolo, were horu transacting land busi ness Tuesday...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

- I ff '-& ,?- jl V Air is" THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904 V .1 )1 Dainty Easter Odors Tho increnBcd demand for , perfumes thut always comes with Eastertide is amply mot hnre. Only those odors in favor with "fashion or approv ed lv good taste aro repres ented in mil st ek. While wo woro lavish in choosing, utmost euro was taken to provide perfumes matchless in excellence and exclusive miss. Our line, always a notable one. is unusually complete just now. You are invited to see the showing and test the now odors. Sat isfaction is assured and fair prices guaninted. CONCHO DRUG STORE J ANNOUNCUAIUNTS For Representative, 102nd Dist. 0. B. HUDSPETH. D. M. WEST, of Ozonn. For ShoriiT: J. S. M'CONNELL. JOHN N. HEWITT. D. It. HODGES. For County Judge, MILTON MAYS. v For Treasurer : J. N. FAIKJUHAK. SAM POLLOCK GEORGE 0. MASON. JOHN I. HUFFMAN. For County Tax Assessor : T. II. I10LMSLEY. ARTHUR D. WEST. For County Clerk : KDDUGGAN, re-election. For Cons...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 3t 1904 Hi - - IK i1 '1 r Ik V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Wi'rkly Nhw- I'iiiit nf j ml for n greater San A win W. I. WAVLAND. I'ublliher. Stibicription Price $1.50 a Year THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ja UNioriInTCiic 1 SAN ANGELO. TRX. MAK. ,31 1004 A (ircatcr San AukcIo. With tho city's political quos- tions settled, and with a fooling of confidence in tho permanent nroHiioritv of San Aimolo.it bo- lioovoa us to concern ourselves as nigurda tho good things which uro tO 00IU0. Surely a go. id beginning has boon inndo. Ohadbnurno stroot is being graveled and will soon ho one of the lest thoroughfares in any West Texas city. Tho running at large of ani malM within the limits of tho city is being prohibited. Tho council is taking measures to on force the sanitary regulations with regard to tho cleanliness of tho alloys. Kvorything denotes progress and energy. Although (ire lias, for the second time within two years, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

f ( 1 im iiimi 1 urn mmNrmMFTTmmBFW'WNKti:m THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 31, 1904 5 ' " ,' $Wk I ' " ' - - - ' ' PPHPAfflMf, mi? THP P11CH g a oi - ..--.n M T - " -r , JHS10CK NLWS Doppnn p iimAiith Pnrk 1 . HJM -). ,?Ml SEPtm&. l&STIWI AYerjclablc Prcpawlionror As similating Ihc Food nndllcfiula ting ihcSloinaclis nndDowcls of mssssssmssssBm I'romolcs Digcslion.Checrfiir ncss and ncst.Conlnlns neither Opiiuu.Morpliiiic norlmcral. Not Naiic otic . flnipe afOtdnrSMUELPirClER hnpAut Sent Jtx Senna llxk.lt Sells -sinufSeeil Jhpiermmt -It Catmtii-Socti HrftpSfd - rlnrtfudSUgnr htiitrfyrre torn: Apcrfccl Remedy forConslipn Hon , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions, Feverish ncss nml Loss or Sixep. Facsimile Signnltire or NEW YOIiK IMMP.M fSHPrTO WkMMy Nt CXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. j., For InfantB and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 1 Signature fhw A $ Use Stock Sidings. From The Sluuktnnn-Journal. Visitors from tlio North woro ver...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

fmmmmmmm ra K7WvKt'7.F !' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 31, 1904 K. il '- SOCIETY, l Club Dance. An nnjoyublu dunoo wiih given at tlio Clui) rooiim TitOHdiiy even ing in honor of the visiting young ladies in tin' city. Tho following composed the uttonduneo: Misses Hunter, of St Louis, Louifiu Crowley, of Memphis, Tcnn, Mary Bland Millspuugh, Jul in May Biggs, Kd IMlorry, Katie V Neul, Gertrude Snyder, Pour I Jlillis, Curno Olive, Hottie Cook, Lurlyno IIudHoii, Messrs. Win Joynor, Dwight Hunter, Ku bunk, Albert DeBorry, Hoy Fru zier, Kd N'ownun, .Robert Kuphuol. Clarendon Joiih, Karl Cain, I' K West, i-oo Woodward, Voriion Key, Will Kdo, Oscar Cain and V N Mason. Tim Ladies of tho First Presby terian church will sorvo oroum in tho Htoro formerly occupied by Wilson Drug Co, (Landon Hotol) Tapsday night. It. A PIshlriK I'nrty. Thn following composed tho party which loft yoHtordny uftor noon for Spring Crook, in tho Tnnkorsloy paHturo, to spend a wook flailing ...

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. — 31 March 1904

y-, ', fr? -, . 'S THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,- THURSDAY MARCH 3J, 1904 v f ''H -r-X-?&?sS-X--$-&& KEEP COOL And rest yourself in one of our Hammocks. And save 50 per cent, of your ice bill by using the famous Gurney Re frigerator. Both for sale by S. GANTT & SON r v -A- v 7C ft. A rt- ! nJ Jt JU Xi & ! vi- ! sJ- VJ" S" J1 ""J-wii' 3C ?f 2J wf C $ 4h j -J i "i ?p--!" -p 4N A le T? People 's Column Tomorrow April Fool. Simple Simon wont a (iehing , For to catch a whale; All the water ho could find Was iu his mothor'fl pail Tomorrow is "All Fool's Day," ho called, becauao by common consent of the rest of mankind, all tho fools have a special privi lege on that day, namely, to trv by every artifice thoy can invent, to inveigle others into their own class to make others as great foolB as thomsolves. Tomorrow then, you may look out for Simple Simon. You'll find him on every corner. He's going fishing for to catch a phool. All the bait that Simon needs com...

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. — 31 March 1904

J W flMfr iCS-Xfc- WBi "Kj WqHHWTT?? 'fw r 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 31, 1904 nmmnfeha v Mmn r" vvf'-"f?"f7Tv -jpw'Pfnw i iy w frtynRfyy,-i!w--W;ri- wlfBtxffgWW TyffTvt v ' ' - ? "' ? " ', . - ammiHimmHimHimHmninifHmmmHtmmminmmg I San flnoeio Training Softool 1 Tlio work will bo resumed after the Holidays MONDAY, JAN'Y .1th, 1001. B . Tuition in the Literary Department from $15 to 530 2 22 per term of 20 weeks, Scholarship in Business 3 Department S40, v Scholarship in Shorthand, $40 22 MiiHic, vocal and instrumental, El ocution, Physical Culture ami Art, aro nil taught bv specialists it these lines. Why go East for what, you can got right hor in the healthiest part of tlio great Htllt,' "f '''"xaH. J. D. SGOTT, H PRESIDENT miiiiiiiiimaiiimiiuitiiuiiuuamiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiii J. E. BISHOP, S FRINOIPflL W, A. COCHRAN & SON, Carry a Complete Line of'" STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, Grain, Hay, Bran, Etc, Also Agents for Deering Harvesting Machinery...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 31 March 1904

W MeJ&,- arner' I . !lip 4 frigerator. Both tor sale. will movi nu Bonn ia San Ctngelo PressSuppfement. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904. Hi SO bi wl in tit oe III fa l'U 0 tl 111 U J t! Ill C ir n t'l ll BASE BALL TALK. A Circuit lias llcen Arranged. Bnl- llnj?cr will Cross Bats With Our Hoys April 7. 8, 0. Austin Spencer returned Friday from BaH'uiger, Coleman, Suntii Aiinii and Brownwood whore ho went to look into the baseball sit uiition the coming season. Mr. Spencer says tluit his trip wiih 11 decided success from every stand point and that thin year's bull program will bo tlio best in tlio history of San Angolo. lit) Buys thnt he wan royally entertained on Iuh trip and thutn circuit linn lieon formed including Brownwood, Coleman, Santa Anna, Ballmgor and San Angelo, and that Abi lene and Cisco would bo switched in on the circuit. Thu soiiBon will opnr. at tlio San Angelo park April 7, 8 and 0, be tween Bnlltiiger and San Angelo. Thu Hrownwood ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 April 1904

'V-r'.j !"&" Iter! 4Sfi WsraS ?$& Yinr-Tmff. ;5j?TT5WfT'W?n HP' . , -.41 V . ' ADVERTISING PfYS IF PLACED IN THE. RIGHT MEDIUM, TRY GELO PRESS, 1 Pn VOL 8, NO 14 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904 Untcrcilln the Sod Aimclo Post OMIce Sconnd-ctnxdmnll matter WiPPffwP SAN A T """or,,, HIP is the Most Important No one can tell good baking powder from bad merely by the appearance; The price is some guide, but not an in fallible one; Some cheap brands may raise the dough, yet contain unwholesome ingredients. There is one safe, sure way, i. e., to follow the recommendations of the U. S. GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS, THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE CASTLES IN THE AIR. Ux-(lov. Hob Tnylor, of Tennessee, I Lectured to Large Crowd at Court , ousc Last Thursday Night. c- mini most prominent on ' tlif Southern lecture platform land to whoso coining Snn Anqelo I people have heen looking foward with gradually incre...

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. — 7 April 1904

JKKKKKkP .' " " ' ' ' "" '' ; yroy 5 j T ;t ! - i-WS b" " aF-- w '5r"w z" '"'J " "?$$ rf5"TSft"i. V T fJF r - ' ' f VT i- 1 1 jlr f ! f Eh ' I I ft ' if y ri THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7 (904 it33&jgsKBaBKiac3Ktgigw TCigiaKamaacagAt!aaiMKua BRICK AND BUILDING MATERIAL.. ANNOUNCUnUlNTS For Representative, 102nd DiHt. 0. II. HUDSPETH. I). M. WEST, of 0.onu. For Sheriff: -J. S. M'CONNELL. .101 IN N II 10 WITT. I).. It. HODGES. For Cotintv .Ttilto, MILTON MAYS. For Treasurer: J. N. KAItQUIIAR. SAM POLLOCK. GEOItGE 0. MASON. JOHN I. HIJIWMAN. For County Tax Assessor: T. H. HOLMSLEY. AKTI I Ull I). WKST. For County Clerk: 131) DUOQAN, ro.oloctioii. For Constable: P. K. (LON) KING A 1 1). S. B. RUNYON. For Justice of tho Peace, Proct. 1. M. O. DAVIS. For CommiHiioucr, Preet. No. 1: COL. A S. GANTT, I'm llu rirutlon Headquarters For Lumber GRANT LUM CO. Let Us Figure With You. C. D. BURLEY, Manager. sfHHKxnaorezsi SCREEN DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS SgEBSSiMBmgIMgg...

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. — 7 April 1904

I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7. 1904 A I I IIM.IIHM1IIWI I I III llStrfvJ Would You Like to Take In The Sights at Thje World's Fair at St. Louis The San Angelo Press proposes to give to the Most Popular Young Lady in the Concho Country a FREE TRIP TO THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION. Not only that, but $25.00 in Cash for expense money and a ticket which will admit her to all portions of the World's Fair grounds. Here is afforded some young lady of West Texas an oppor tunity to see the Grandest and Most Beautiful Exposition the world has ever seen, and that too ABSOLUTELY FREE. Have you a friend or relative who would like to go? The PRESS will furnish the means; all you need do is to see that she gets the Votes. Read the particulars below. Who Are Eligible. Any unmarried lady, over the ago of 17, b eligible to enter this contest, provided her home is in either of the following counties, viz: Tom Green, Concho, Monnrd, Schleicher, Irion, Sutton, Itengnn, Crockett...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 April 1904

- R3f "7 .. 'T. AT "l.. '?$7??'J''$ri'wri -?wh-"?: r spf ,-,.,K yr ,,, " - - - f ipr' 7. J-W" yjjpp- "tip r ivini ' w JiVl THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO' TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7 1904 . II "Vgy ?mfl v w '" 'i 'A"'rgiywr??r''" "TTy ' '" ""-wfr - . r & v''i ;- ri' . Sft 1 l 5 i b J !' 1 ,H I - K 1 ' S i1 f ?' i 3 at it KB , P. K .31111 j JH v Alamo." a H Kkc! indeed. 1- mBm -it-,' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Wooltly NnwH I'apir of rnitl for a uroftlcr Bun AriKuhi. W. I. WAYLAND, Publlihcr. SubicrlpHon Price l.50 b Year THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF CITY OF SAN ANGELO THE SAN ANGELO, TEX. APR. 7. 1904 "A (Ireatcr San AiircIo" Now Hint nil city ollicurH nro oloctod lot us settle down for two years of civic peace and progress. I'orliupH ii friend wiih defeated in his aspirations, perhaps two. Lot's accord the majority the rul ing power. It's this which Iiiih mudu A morion groat. There urn muiiy good things which might full to Sun Angolo's lot oro the world iH two years old or. Lot's look out ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 7 April 1904

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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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