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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 7 April 1904

r -rraJt'K'ca;" JWJw'5 '$f" ' ! "IT .WE 4 'I 'IB o I Iff 42555 ft 1 '$ f 1 1 ! I ' J m r T 1 " BBBBniVP ' ( ' ... .- - -v i 1 n.rtwr- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 7 1904 5 555 11 Graduating Time Will 3e Next Month Wo shall bo pleased to talk to you about Glass Pins Oold Medals or anything olso that you would liko Bpuciul for this occasion. A Diamond ring would bo appropriate and a lusting remem- brance and tho prico wo can mako you on any of tbcBo articles will bo in keeping with your own idous. J- o o J- o o Now is the time See W E. Heald t I The Leading Jeweler w 238SK I i i ! 1 society. e An Evening; of Pleasure. Miss Jioatrieo I lodges enter- tained n number of hor frionds at pit and flinch nt hor homo weat of tho city Friday ovoning. Those who uttondod woro Mr. nnd Mrs. Jus. Kemp Misses Blanche Brum- loy Hessio Olive Mary Martin Minnie Acton Lottio Smith Dolla JJowmor Willio Moyora Ella Cnrraway Ebb!o Anderson Ola Dean Jonnio Snow; Messrs. Finis Doran Me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 7 April 1904

mKagmatm y unit it lew duvs later lie received g uio letter nuipw PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN Yuppie W rf" mem xo vn e San Clngelo press. Vol.8 San Angclo Texas Thursday April 7 1904 No. 14 ' r-n "4Z3SgSSSSg8S ... Ksat'ja-sssiKi"-'-''- ' STOCK NEWS v. -g ilio go) Felix Munn sold lor u. e. ' "'" woigius nuvo "" . """ .--- rsloy to .lorry Smith of .Johnson r.u.0ntlv and uro selling ulmost in i out.tv 000 ynur old steers at r.- Slb iier hotul. Tlii-y will bo ship- -sheSeeee pod to tho Territory. . &P$0f- .1. K. lliiiniltoii shipped last Wednebduv 1U01 head of wethers to m AngeieB Cnl.- tin) Unit shipment over nuulu from bun Angelo to tl1'' 1'a''i'lc sl"lu'- -lll(i sheep wore sold to Mayer Packing 1 - . i .. .....1 ..!! iiwtn Co. Ol l.OS Allg010HUIMl "" """' on brought $11.25. ' W. W Montis bought of II. I; niidW. Miers.l'.UOO nnitton wool off at per head. Felix Mann sold for Thomnson UroB.. of Kldorndo to Jerry Smith of Indian Territory loOO : and 4 your old steers. Kelix Munn Inst week b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 7 April 1904

NEW PANHANDLE ROAD1 Route Is to Lubbock Tlicncc to Sun AiikcIo Two Hundred and l-lfty Allies. Amarillo Texas April J! -Major K C. Gordon ol Alalmniii has spent several iiiciiiLIis in tho Panhandle looking after tho in terests (il u proposed railroad from Amarillo to Lubbock. Tho dint unfit from Amarillo to Lub- bock is 12") miles ami there Iimh been subscribed iih a ItoniiH .$ 1 7r.- 000. It in tho intention of llio promoters to finally make San Angolo tint Hoiilln-rn'titriiiiniH of tho road making a lino of 2f0 mili'H in lent:! h. Mn lor Gordon IlltS been in the Kast f.ir severnl! WOoks where III' llllH booil doVOtillg himself to financing tho railroad' prnpisitiou Ho expects to have surveyors in tint Hold in tho oarly part of May and to commence on the grade work iih soon as tho locating survey is completed. Major (lordon is a veteran rail- road builder and industrial pro- muter. Ili inaugurated and built the Georgia IViific rail- road now a part of tint Sotithurn Itailway system....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 7 April 1904

Ml I III I'lMlflfllJuffifr' -;t' &$ ' Wf THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS! THURSDAY APRIL 7 1904 n s. t- It Has Rained 1 teqKiA H jffiJJPillBKfc So is the Cattle Market I WfU-nJamT ' OiSjfliy'! ' "" Vvk saddlo which you havo delayed ' fTSJM' ' If ' AM"1V -- :M Oursaddlesareriddon in Onnndn 3j ijjwwl' ' Eli? iW)Mm li Montana Wyoming Kansas 8 ill f Ipf- ml TO BEST CALIFORNIA LEATHER 1 1 M Jn . H B. L Alexander & g 1 ftw $0!' Successors to Henry llucelstcln H feS 1 Makers of the I r nomnc Mr Z Celebrated Concho Stock Saddles. I THE FAMOUS NO. 73. E I Ridden by Champion Ropers in Texas 0 1 and New Mexico. San Angelo Texas. I f an experiment mTimWMfflsmmmmmimfflmmmm San Ancolo Is to llnve Ono Located on Col. Nnswortliy's Farm Scuth of Town. In a convocation botween H. L. Bonnott of tho Agricultural and Mochntucnl College of Texas and Mnyor Clma. Powell over the phono n few days ago Mayor Pow- ell was assured that an experi- mental farm for growing cotton would hn located nea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 7 April 1904

t1n( mwx' rp " ' '?& THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 7 1904 8 Vm?c i . 11 I . i). i. ; amimminimiiHmimiifmmmnmHmimimnmmmnBg P . . . . . s san mo i raining scnooi i B & B B B B B B B B B Tlio work will bo resumed after tlio Holidays MONDAY JAN'V 4th 1001. Tuition in the Literary Department from S15 to S30 :- per term of 20 weeks 2 Scholarship in Business : Department $40 v Scholarship in Shorthand $40 :S MiiHic vocal and instrumental HI- ESI ocution Physical Culture unci Art 3 are nil taught by specialists it those ; linos. Why go HiiHt for wlmt you 72 can not right Intro in tho healthiest rS pnrt of tho grout Htuto of Texas. S J. D. SGOTT B PRESIDENT J. E. BIS-HOP PRINCIPAL iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiatiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii W A COCHRAN SON Carry a Complete Line of-v STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES Grainy Hay Bran Etc Also Agents for Deering Harvesting Machinery and Deering Twine... LERCH BUILDING PHONE 364. Jnbw furniture 5S I havo recently roco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

ijfobty ;w -n SOME' YOUNG LABY WIL.L SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR AT THE PRESS' EXPENSE. WHO WILL IT BE? 12 PAGES 2 PAGES THE SAN ANGELO PRE VOL 8 NO 15 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 1904 Kntrrcdlnlticjjnr Amn In I'ost Otlllce Hccond oIoj-h innll rniiltor .' .-.' . "A MIW WMMUU J ml'.. . . ' AiffiSl : : m M rrr I 'M awmti Superb Trkcz?d Hats If you want to see the prettiest Hats in San Angelo at reasonable prices you should visit our Millinery Department. Style and economy have here formed a very strong alliance and there is no separation of them. Every hat that goes on sale must be absolutely correct and up to date in style and in every in- stance at the lowest possible price. Few exclusive millinery stores are in position to show as large an assortment of fine trimmed hats at all prices as this store and none so many at popular prices ranging from 2.50 to $5.00 In all cases the seeing of these magnificent hats will assist you in making a suitable selection in all cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

v m&q l&" i J 4 R?TT -" f'if''EJf"j'7i5:J'vrT:''"'VT)v.-!-v- - 5 & THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL H 1904 yjSg7M'':iM HMfttsnii" pfffsrsA '&;'' wr 75 r T ii ' ' i ft ' 'W 1T fr1. I HL I fe r i ll I J i i ' 'I M I I ijli 'iilfl wk M l ROYAL Baking Powder Is Most Economical Because it makes hzitet &w& moie &&aff'faitl food. nOAL flK'H'i A La Mode riw Oftl VMyi Wvre Good but the N!w Urn.- Coit Morr ' I Hi'if li-i I h'ltlrm r.iKtutr ilrt itn (Vrwl.1 e. if Itnbtuifin t.uir mlll'U. initilirn llmltili '-iicii;. li'cb Jo ID-. Hr Irilli"i I nrtll that you ii well bf mi' mill I iicci'it your ((iiii iiu ttlili love mill titii i tin i4 llll till I lilt III till Hlltlt in Wlllt'll kIvi-u Itul HMlly my dour pater iiru liiipi'h'uMy in nrruiirn In yuur tlJIIttllHI 'III lllilHC HUhJl'CM. Of xc yiiii liicitr a lot about nun Inge mint ilhiiilc Hint U is ton obvl- Kill III lllllll'IH of ClllllHllll ()ft u i I iiru Imi k in (In- .slngi-foudi :i(ji- h-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

Hi rn it. " in i 'iriiiir''itiriiiniriiMBMiMiT''V Ti 1 1" v T fimftiiiWiin vi&MSffi.MHH'T ' jH THE -SAN ANGEI.O PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 1904 mmH!!H!!!!l!!n!nnH!!!!?!!HHnii!f!!!HMnn!!!HltH!H!n!H!!!n!!!!l!!!n!!!n!!nin!!!!ni!!M!K I The New BOU 1110 Bforksi 3 g . hasJjiiBt boon opened up mid is now ready for business. CS NYofifurnish Soda Water ar)d Bottled Soft Drinks and are exclusive agents for COCA COLA nud soil 5 S: Phosphates and Cider bottled or in quantities. Plant 3 : is operated under thorough sanitary system with uono 3 HE but germ-proof apparatus. 2 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS I The 6on6lio Boffllno and Mfo 60 W. S. FflRL&y Manaaer Oakes Street San fliiyeio 3 k ''" 'i' 41it; wmf m ipp 111--. -"V! m;xi I-" i ----- " - -- - y i n IIILj Kitiy!'-.:. This little child was paralyzed; she did not have strength in her limbs; could not on them was diffi cult for her to sit up. She had but very little appe- tite was shrink- ing away under the treatment of physicians. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

Xj SSSOdS .t'l"" ? . i ' w- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14. 1904 . . .... - KMW'-j "4 ' yyff5TTVMMr!Sr!nTyi xs99KBt x JjpA ' 1 Ir r. v w 1 tJ id 1 b j . ; raraiwrf VbiM 7" r: S pray if l THE FAMOUS NO. 73- je Ridden by Champion Ropers in Texas 1 arid New Mexico S Oho K Whim President Wm S. Kki t Vice-Pros. $ C II I'owtm Cashier ffp UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY fl a767 5 5?w The First ftlafcioijal pai)k SJkN APJGELO TEXAS. CAPITAL SURPLUS and PROFITS ifew2 GOOD ACCOUNTS SOLIOITKI) mfiimiwnimnmimiHfHmmmmmmmmmmmmm Wool Growers CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO 3 o. Richardson 1 Wool eommission Merchant g j San Angelo Texas WiUiiiiuiiiiuumiiiiamiiiiuuiiuiuiiiiiiiuiiiiimiiiUiiiiu C C NGELEV EELEY BROS. (Successors to Jackson & Necley Dros.) Corner West of Landon Hotel Site WHOLESALE AND RHTAIL. DBALURS IN Grain and all Kinds of Feedstuffs i-We Buy hjides Furs PecaQS Etc. THE PRESS for NEWS ajmnmtmmnimmnimmmmntmnimmmtHinmmmmntfflmmmmtHmm'ffliimmii!: H. iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuauiuiuiu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

??yv' - " 'f- 1 .2 -: THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL !4 1904 MBMBMa-:ttt3aiiattMMMMMMMEaH--.'.g-.Tt niiLt jt-OTi!' .1 - V ' ' ' ' ' f S . & THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nbws Fapor of oml for n greater 8m Angola. W. I. WAYLAND Publiiher. Subicriptlon Price Sl.SO n Year THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO SAN ANGELO TEX. APR A Trust to liust a Trust. Tlio Press never counsels the breaking or dodging of the law of tho lnnd. Yet the only wny to defeat unlawful coinbinutioiiH in thoir elforts to control tho prices of tho necessities of life Booms to bo in forming other unlawful combinations for the same pur- poao. So it is with the beef trust. Anothor trtiBt must be lormed for tho purpose of busting this trust. With such a purpoBO in view how- ever tho nowly formed trust would not bo an "unlawful com- bination." Now there is abso- lutely no hope of relief from tho present manipulations of the stock market savo through the modium of a cattlemen's trust...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

nramrasa PWU THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 1904 I r IHVi Ot7 J;''i DEALER IN I k ft- i San flnyeio Trainino School l The work will bo roBUtnod after tho Holidays MONDAY JAN'Y 4th 1001. Tuitioa in the Literary Department from S15 to S30 jj r per term of 20 weeks C Scholarship in Business 5 Department $40 2C Scholarship in Shorthand S40 s m . Musio vocal mid iiiBtriimoiitiil El- S ooution Physical Culture ami Art 3 S aro all taught by specialists it thoso s 2E Much. Why go East for what you 3 S can get right horn in tho healthiest 3 ts: purt of tho great Htato of Texas. :r2 .. H J. D. SGOTT J. E. BISHOP E 5 PRESIDENT PRINCIPAL liiiiiuiiiuuuaiiaiiiuiiaiiiiiiiiiuauiiiiiiiauiuiaiiimu W A. COCHRAN SON "Carry a Complete Line of-w STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES Grain Play Bran Etc Also Agents for Deering Harvesting Machinery and Deering Twine... LERCH BUILDING PHONE 364. NEW FURNITURE jM huvH rucontly received a largo shipment of now hV $ Furniture. VVattliiK and Aall ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

7 '" 1fW?"'r" '. VCTWV'V" rStsi&fitwfc.. - ..-.-jjsrra -. - - ' --" --- JSH5sBr ..V"- - . ; Tii-'vi-iwtriHrf:a. . .swLiiiR fiBKirHJ iwmvna jftswtVi jvhs . . " '-' r-r toLirfr&fv ft' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 J904 1 ' --. ... - 'uiniHiHBH ... .1 '.fslw. wtimmmmm . Jmit ...ill ... "-' "lei' l"JII'liffWl - ?! Comfort Made entirely of metal and fancy colored canvai. The material la light and (Umly braced finished In black enamel. Potda compactly occupy- ing .pace or only 4'x3i Inchea. la set up or folded by removing only four stove bolts. Perfectly simple. . wm!A self out The Chair roWWiMa&jr . z&m?" Cnll anil sil in it nnd satisfy yourself. This costs you nothlni). Tlvo Chiir itself costs you Also ono of tlm most up-to-date linos of FURNITURE H to bi found it the A ipssai Set Furniture Dealers X Cl-IURCI-I NOTES J Meeting of Alethodlsts at Waco. The Methodists will hnvo a great mooting at Waco May JM. All tho bishop3 and leading men of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

EEEWTO .... ft ... kjfc ..f'" ' -te ..-- THE SAN ANGELOIPRESS SAN ANGEL01 TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL li 1904 ' J' ' V y-"" ....-. o f 'i : . i ; t: tr u :' If you enjoy good singing come out April 29th The Opera House is the place tf Clay Mann bought Iroin W. T. Jfolinan it I). H. Burroughs of Sonnrii for Fishery Millor 700 J mid I year old steers at iji 18 .50 por Head. J liny go to t ho Torntory. Serpen doors at Ilagelstoin's. Hoys' want all colon and sizes at prices to suit the buyer 'Joa liOu. AiiHtin Spencer v. (Jo. D. It. Hodges returned home Sunday from Lampasas where he spent a week on business. -A beautiful line men's black alpaca long Hack Hummer coat. Just the thing for the long hot dirH. Austin Spencer it Go. lfMf Pure rubber hohe Ilugclstoin's. Jim Henderson Jr. uiimu in on the tr.iin .Sunday from the Territory. -All the iced drinks at Wont- Ion's. They are delicious try tiiom. 12 tf. Screen doors ut Hitgolstoin's II. (J. lipid went to Miles Satur- day on business returning S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

y f 1 ffff;' ".- .-n "". '! Bff'?"tr''llll"i THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 1904 i " 7 K I . .M i S JW'MIIMMI.MWIIMMMaMMMW.MWMMMIlMlMIMIIIMMMM VMI I Would You Like to Take In The Sights at Th)e 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. at a i Who Are Eligible. Any unmarried lady over the uge of 17 is eligible to enter this eobtest provided her homo in in oitlior of tho following count ics ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

Ml liSIVV mmmfprm?'". ihiil 'aoprrr-Triw j... j. . j . x .t . . . wxai K THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO: TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL M 1904 The Great Concho Country. . - - - JMWiBMBiBMr ?VTl7 . v 8 -Miiuniiiii i ; mm in Try fir Health) I GHDRIDIISniAIPIIIiY REDUCED RATES 222 Smith Peoria St. Uiiicaoo lu. Oct. 7 100-2 Kilit months nan I was no ill Hint I wm coinixjlled lolinorsit down nearly nil tlif tttiio. My tnmncli wat r weak niiil upset tli.it 1 could korp notliina on it and I vomited frequently. I could not urinate without great pain and I ruiiulinl fo much that my throat nnd Iihiuh were raw and norn. Thu doctors pro- nounced it Hriifht'A dni'iun nnd olliera Haul it was cmimmiption. It tnut'ered IitLlf to mo what they called it and I hail no de- nim to live. A Birter viBilril mo from St. Lotimatid asked inn if I had over tried Winn of Cardui I told her I had not and alio l)Oii!it u bottle I lielievo that its.ntd my life. I hclievoniany women could save much milTcr ing if they but kne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

" fiwMTg"' irw -i " '' ." J t if " . rv T 1 rfWV T-wiijr -lT. nr-w r.;rT('VTv. "M7;K THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14. 1904 ' 'mm& THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwh Paper of atiil for u BrcntiT San Anxclo W. I. WAYLAND Publiiher. Subicription Price 1 1. 50 a Year TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO SAN ANGELO TEX. APR. 14 1004 Who goes to tho World's Fair? The elections aro over pluv bull. All HutMtiB to be quiet along the Yulu. Thoro yot remain candidates to discuss. Tho race is to the swift. Mo ml : 1)0 swift. Chudbourno street gets bettor uvory day. Base bull and high not tit winds won't mix. Ruin descended but of course novor enough. The puckers uro not making uny profits so they nay. Ilavo you planted u wutormolon patch in your buck yard. Tho wise cow will not lut tho grass grow under her feet. Tho Concho Country is greut and garmented m green just now. In tho spring the iivorugo man's fancy gently turns to thoughts of Hah. Why don't tho bu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

mm tmii'iw u -4 nwffm inn iij i ii.il listen rf JnlH'fl i if Vft.iMili unj 7 ir :f r . . v 10 THE SAN ANGELOWESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL t 1904 mxv&aammKKm&az. 3B " pat' .' " - ; ft' k T LI j ;v? vtf h 1 1 ?. i r . sv) 'I fe' i j iv i vis 1 Mi ' $. : J E ' la 'Mml u mi))i(iijw)raBDmAWn'ww)wwHu"i2 Spring Woolens FOR MEN OF TASTE The mini who liki'H to dress woll will find on inspection of my Sprint' Woolons that I nm fully prepared to meet his needs and wishes. Patterns andwoavcH aro all of tin newest. Will I m pleased to liuvo you call. W C. NOLTE Merchant Tailor Corner Oatces Slreei and Concho Avenue SAN ANGELO TEXAS. 5l!(IWWIIWKrt)Wl"'!sKMB(aIl(li. society. ie Clltr-AlcCiillum. I). It. McCalluin of Robert Leo and Miss Irene dill' of Coko eotiniy with married at tlm homo of tho bride's parents in Coko county Wednesday and loft for Ballinger from where thoy wont to Sun Antonio and othor places on a visit .1. I) DtiviH and wifo accompanied them to Ballinger. Tho groom...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

. (- ' iffifQI&WM79G&fQMIKtf 47F-' : - i ' " 1 1 i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 1904 .L BBaBmnaanraJomaranranDngBBBBmBBBii Fifi If you stop to figure out where the true economy in paint buying comes you'll soon see that the best paint is cheapest. Two-thirds the cost of paint- ing is the labor. It costs just as much to put on poor paint as it docs good paint more in fact because the poor paint doesn't work so easily. But the poor paint won't last as long; it makes you repaint sooner. Even the apparent saving in cost per gallon is eaten up by the fact that it takes more gallons of the low priced paint. The truest economy is good prepared paint. The truest prepared paint is THE SHERWIH-WlLLIAMS PAINT. SOLD BY m Smith Haul Sc Co LUMBER DEALERS cirem Doors. Keep out the Flies Mosquitoes etc. by putting in Screen Doors. We have u fine selection nt the lowest prices. Sfctn Angelo BASEBALL SEASON OPENED Continued from 0 Page Texas i'hiday's oamk. Friday's...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 14 April 1904

"-- - svji'f. ' vmTm' 'm!p . TSUfyrry ?r " a - tv;r tf vi i " T ' ' ' ' ' ' Y ' .- " Vfl V.1 VI .-. i : I'd r . f ' 4 s -J f 2 j BRICK Headquarters Por Lumber SCREEN j j BUILDING llKAll 1 LLJTijDJLK LU. WINDOW j MATERIAL.. Let Us pigllre With You. BLINDS I REDUCES THE PRICE Commissioner Terrell Will Make Lenses for One) Year on School I. nnd nt .1 Cents Per Acre. Prom tlit- Alplni' AViil.inche. Hon. J. J. Terrell comniis- Rtoiior of t ho general land ollico of Texas spent ednesday hero. In roplj' to an offer of the Avalanche to publish whatever ho ni'ght liave to Hay to people of tho Al- p t no country lie talked at consid- erable length. Tho gist of what ho fluid is uh followH: First it should bo remembered tlmt lie ift n Hwom ofllcor tinder bond and charged with tho ad- mill iHtrution of a Hiiorod truet. Ho dooH not blaiiif! the stockmen or others for wiHlittiK to lease or piirclniHe tho school IiukIh for a low prion but if thoy would put themselves in Inn place they could undorHt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 21 April 1904

-' "-I ifc&A . L . ". .... f :ji "(MjjS; -.- -..- EfV'--' 'Itff-r ' SOME YOUNG LADY WIUU SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR AT THE PRESS' EXPENSE. WHO WIUL IT BE? vfl THE SAN ANGELO VOL 8 NO 16 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 21 1904 Khtrrcilin the Hun Awiflii Post Onitco Second I'liiKHrnnlltrmtior ' Maw O. aLt JPk Ju&MaF &&& 4aa M is th ost Important The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had forty years of scientific experience. Every method of bread-and-cake rais- ing has been exhaustively studied in this country and abroad. The result is a perfect product in Royal Baking Powder. There is no substitute for it. The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been com- mended by the highest authorities. These facts mean two important things to all housekeepers: First: that Royal Baking Powder is healthful and makes wholesome food. Se.cond: that Royal Baking Powder makes food good to taste. THREE BALL GAMES Daniel linker College Team Conies Prom I...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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