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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 April 1904

'WwsjVsNFT !ffpmws THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2 1904 ffi 'MnbwQBT'' - wrm- a ( . ' '',',- ,"'..- . fcvih ; I DEATH ROLL 3 Miss Uva Alay. Miss Hva Teresa May died at tlio homo of hor mother Mrs. It. Muy, on Went. Twohig Avonuo, Saturday, April 10, at I o'clock a. m. The funeral was hold Satur day afternoon at fivo o'clock, Iiov. J. W. Silorof tlio First Pres byterian church, conducting the hcrvicoH. A largo coucourHO of friends of tlio deceased and of tho family followed tho body to Fair mount comotery where intormont nan had MiHB JMay whh 2U years of ago, just in tho bloom of nohlo wom anhood. Slio had liooii Hick tin; greater part )f hor lifo, having contracted pneumonia at an curly ago which gradually led up to lu-r Had death. Tim Press odors con dolence to tho bereaved mother and relatives. Clias. li. Dcnl. Ohas. K. Deal who came hen; Hliout a wool: ago from Ilumes villo, Mo., for the boiielit of his health died Tuewlay morning at K o'clock at the Wat...

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. — 21 April 1904

'! ' 7 fJ 'Mjf ? x. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL ?J, (904 r Are Yon Satisfied With the watch you are cur rying? For tin'" money wo iibI; you fur a now one you can't ii (lord to lie troubled uml worried with tho old rultlo trap you cull your watch when wo can sell you n 20 year gold filled Watch for $12 that will boat your old one nil to pieces fortune and will look as well as any solid gold watch you ever saw. Our stock is lorge ami variod and certain to please you in selection and prices. H, D- Leffel, Jeweler, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS. V J SOMETHING DOING IN SAN ANGELO W. H. Collvns bought of T. A. Houston 010 acres in Coke coun ty at $2 per acre. ilosoph Sponco sold his home place at Ben Fieklin to L. S. Fuu eher for .'o.OCKJ. The property con tains about 2!10 acres. Currier, Thames & Oo. mado tho deal. It. I'. Smith sold to It. A. Abra ham 1(50 acres of land situated ten miles northwest of San Angelo, for $10 per acre. 13. 10. Bailey made the transfer. -T...

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. — 21 April 1904

fM rSfcT t THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2 1904 "Wtfj irr flf ff "" " ' ' " .!! i wmrifrl;" ' ?A-llPwiiijajWJ JIMl ' Jf ' " 'f , ,lEiM HMMf! ti ffiiOTTTTM "IT i 1 xrftfBtf'JfcTa.V. , ' 11' SkjtsT l . pa " " , I1M -w;r f-TT - ' ft F m I- Kr &.: ft-' ;' Hi ' y&t. I. )- m t- m n V t 'tJ I'-v , , 'I n g; IW ft 1: I r v l . V m Ifif I i Wll THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A WccUlv Nbws 1'nticr or mill for a Kroner San AtiKcln W. I. WAYLAND, Publlilicr. Subscription Price Jl.50 Year SAN ANGELO.iTEX. APR. 21, IU04 Siin Angclo vs. San AmrcIo. "A nmn in known by tlio cnomios bo Iihh made," ifl u timo worn saying, fuirly trust-worthy, nevertheless. Who cares a rap nbotit a man wlio lias no onoinies? Tlio host iiipii aro oftentimes thoroughly hated ones. So it is with cities. San Angelo has its calumnia tors and so far as tlio Press is con cerned this citv can Btand llio tost of tlio old saying. On the othor hand, the proportion of its citizens who Iittv implicit faith ...

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. — 21 April 1904

TETSrlT rWk- .' . fP?SS. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2J. m. !! MMMMMMMMMMMPl 1904 5 JL 4&44&4I4444J4& 4&fc C. W. HOBBS Wool Commission Merchant Liberal Advances on Consignments, Correspondence Solicited. SAN AINGELO, TEXAS rssxfcxt H TRY THE NEW BRAND.... j I Concho Hye j chas. "Vi". Zei)ker3 Sole Agei)fc STOCK NEWS' 1NEW FURNITURE I havo recently received u ltir0 shipment of now Furniture. Watting and Aall Paper nnd nm prepared to save you money on the things you buy to make homo life comfortable The "Live nnd Let Live" furniture Alan. B. W. ROBY, 2S2S?SSS2SS5S252S2S?2!SS5 mmmmm Gno. K $ Wkiiii, President. C. II. Pownu., UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 2767 The First Rfaiioi)a) JBark SAlf ANGELO, TEXAS. CAPITAL 5100,000 SURPLUS and PROFITS $80,000 GOOD ACCOUNTS SOLICITED mmmmiHmmmHifHnimnminimmmmnimmmm ss I Vj 1 www Wm. S. Kki.i.y, Vico-1'res. Cashier. Market Letter. Specl.il to The Press Kansas City, Mo., Thursday,, April Mth, 15)01: Quarantin...

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. — 21 April 1904

Saw vf'S '&S ;? r V s'vitfwwfc.. .' J,)' " T f -" &' amm v xsHni ' Mk u m ii $ fc!& 8&X V. itt Bv m .r fa 18 Si $1 n ." tj , p ? !lH. & 5fc m VTS-E fg :: 3sft flp 1 av iV rc &t$ m r ?, -ti , fe H III P r ! Ml ife 1 1 Bfe I m I i& 1 m m m Mm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 2J, 1904 t$g . , t is Most Popular Young Lady Iq either Tori) Green, Concho, Menard, Schleicher, Irior), Suttor), Feagan, Crockett, Sterling or Coke cour)ties--or living South of a Line drawn east and west through Rowena in Runnels County ..Will Go to the World's Fair at Saint Louis. AT THE LXPENSE OF THE SAN ANGELO PRESS j3-iEI 1 The Manner of Determining Who Will Go will be as Follows: lil. YAho Are Eligible. Any unmarried lady, over tin age of 17, iB eligible to Muter this contest, provided hor home IB in either of the following counties, viz: Tom Oreon, Concho, Menard, Schleicher, Irion, Sut ton, Reagan, Crockett, Sterling, Coke, or south of line drawn east an...

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. — 21 April 1904

'02t yY' XN '1-. - t ,(- w-vi, i-.-r J ' ' ? -" t , f THE SANANGE1.0 PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1904 vmm.. I i ti We Have Some ....BARGAINS IN.... Ladies' Hand Bags Wc bought an entire line of Drum' mcr's Samples at prices that will enable us to sell them at a price they would usually cost us, ? TC Sec them in our window this week. ..Concho Drug Store.. Hay forks, at Hagolstein's. -Lumber Burton-Lingo. Co. -Everything in music at Allen's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Funk were hero from Anion Friday. -Three barrels of tacks for 5 cnts at the Racket Store. It Tom Pallium was in from tho ranch last week. -Go to tho Burton-Lingo Co. for clioico lumber at lowest prices. II. Paine and wife, of Sherwood, were in the city Tuesday. -Throe barrels of tacks for 5 cents at the Kaokot Store. it Dr. Steadinan roturned to St. Louis laBt week. -Pin and frames for stamp photos at Ragsdale's gallery. 15-2 -Good Alfalfa hay at Neoley Bros' Ditmoro's store is now the prop erty of L. N. Walker. ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 April 1904

AHHflRMHHMHlM0HlMMita4lHMtfM P'' . i--BWWW&m v -v-n "iFiHP f THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 21, 1904 Kt i"1 U if , , n: & . ifr 5ft v MI.- ZH1" 141 if f. ! . - 1 ' I - II ffif m K ,J( , , H f mHHHHMIHHHMHHHIMQKHiHIHHHBMIHHHHIiMHH M :- i , mil ii&UALKam Hi ; AYcfJclnhlelVcnnralionforAs tf K ?; slmilnHntilicFooilniulHctulaf H 9 1 llllgUICIMOlIHlCnSillUmOWCISUI 'M AYefJclnWel'rcpnr.ilionf'orAs slmilnHmJilicFooilmulUctjula lim llic Stomachs ami Bowels cl' vRssmmmsm IVoniolcs I)iqrlion.Clmflil nessnndnVsi Cunlains ni'illier Opiuin.Moi plane nor Mim-ml TCot "Narcotic. Kxtpe oT Old DrS-UWELnraiSIl JStnyAtn Srrtt MtSmnrt UnkrllfS-Jtt- JtMnn!l -III CritiOintSuCti ,. .IW Clmhid Vnoar hiintnyrrni timer. Aprrfecl llcntcdy rnrPnnstipn lion, Sour Sloinnrh.lliariliocn Worins.ConviikionsJcvonsh ness ami Loss of Slew. Facsimile Signature or new vonic. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. J For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Xv JW f...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 April 1904

"" m :ppiPwr' . - -ry? rf; -prT?r-. T "WW?WmfWi SOME YOUNG LADY WIUL SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR AT THE PRESS EXPENSE THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. VOL 8, NO 17 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. Hntrrcilln tlicBnt) Anitclo Post Ortllcc HtHionil-olavMnall mutter i ' w '"' ""i",'1 "'.' ,,'."""."i" n ,'ryj" '"ttt ''pmwbbbmbbhjmhbbbbbbbwBBBBBbBBHBiK WHO WILL. IT BE ? a ('.'ii . 'x$m m THERE IS NO BEEF TRUST SO SAYS ONE OF THE HEADS OF THE GREAT COMBINATION. (r' Coats oracJ Fsimts tl 1 .V l.j. j' 1 4 " i'1 l-i I' I '6 OY AI Jtofea mm ma wmiummmr Baking Powder Makes the food more nutritious to both I have given the Training Table to the Cornell University for five years very satisfactorily, and am certain that much of the success has depended upon the quality of articles used. In baking powder, I use the Royal, for it is undoubt edly the best. I have occasionally given others a trial, and have dem-' onstrated to my satisfaction that there is but one always reliable, always m...

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. — 28 April 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN AMGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 23 (904 1' U H I ' ''Ifi'"' CATTLE TRAIN WRECKED. Sevcrnl Mend of Stock Cuttlo arc Killed nail Doc Moss Is Slightly Injured. Dots Moss returned from tho Territory Wednesday where lio wont with three trniii loads of cattle belonging to V, II. Col lyiiB. Dou reports n wreck near Miillmll, O. T., in whioli ii oubooBo ntiil throe ours wore teles coped by train No. L running into them. Tho firHt train Htcppoti for wutnr mid on account of a hot box mid wlulo there went run into from the runr. Kight head of cattle wore killed, tliirty were badly crippled, threo of tlinm luting eJ'iml when Kaw City whh reached. Doo Moss bub tninud u couple of broken ribs, two teeth knocked Iooho and Ii is nioutli cut He whh standing in the cahooso with five otherH when lie noticed the approaching en gino jiint us the engineer nnd fire limn left their call. Iff prompt ly notified tho balance of the crowd whereupon there was h stampede for the outside In...

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. — 28 April 1904

1 r . M ; ' VgyjrfP, b-- kW' t"- ,"' '"' .- r 7 --j. T'"r stswwr w?p?w?piW(WWTr fy"wr7nmsm .Ynmjrmw w THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL STOCK NEWS 28, 1904 3 '''lU ' ' ' .... - , . j , fHR '" mmmmZ Miscellaneous Ads. !ij The Wool Trmfe. Boston, Mass., April 21. 1001. Tho past weak hna been the (luiotost one experienced so fur thiB year in the wool nmrkot. Very few manufacturers Imvo boon in the nmrkot, unci those who Imvo been in, have bought very spar iiicly. sizu hie rIMt.,Kr. In t liwif Qiinnwih ti transaction worthy of note. In the country prices have been paid for new wool during the oast week which lire fully ill) to. and in some eases exceed, those which were paid a year ago. Tho receipts of wool in Host in this week amounted to 115,42 bales, agajnst 1 11.108 boles last week, and 15, WW bales last year The total receipts since January have been 14i,27U bales domestic and 5(1,010 bales foreign wool, against 111.05b bales domestic and 50,032 bales foreign ...

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. — 28 April 1904

F&)M 'sswwre nvy 1W THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 23 1904 m 1 m W 4 Br Ku'' Km nR !" mP.. tiic II I i ;' My m mi m v i1 s. i ' ii w H I i$ I" i in . mn 'to' w WorlcltiK Man and the Credit System. There urn blessing-i. 'I'lion are things just to tin pisito. For wiiiiL of u l)oltor iintno Wo call these tliingi (Jltl'SUfl. Among tlio Hindi poruioioiiH (if All curses Ih tlio uiithu of Tho credit rtyntoiii. Thu inini, Who works Anil earns Ihh bread by tlio BAOiit. of his brow, In accordance with thu Divinu iiijinintioii, Is thu man Who in injured. Thoro am some iiioii who ro cuivo bonulit from Tlio Orodit System, Hut thoy am very scattering . Tho workiiiginaii should Uowaro of this tho moBt far Teaching in itH ovil ulVoots Of uny of tho Modern mothndB rOf liiiunoooring or merchandis ing You know nion, 1'oor nuiii, Who toil and toil Whoso days work in lint tho foro ruiinor of Tho Hiiiuu tiling over again And who HiHiuiri tho wholo of MoutliH salary To liquida...

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. — 28 April 1904

WJamBrnttm :"& lfiiPN mnpr . r A""- I i , i"'?Wf f"7' ".' ","Wv' r"rs;" nr -sfsjvw-wHRW I i THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1904 "?$ tt2fc44 4- C. W. HOBBS $ S&t I Woo Commission Merchant 4 Liberal Advances on Consignments, Correspondence Solicited. TEXAS j $ c a rvi rt tvt c i - ... . rMVji-w, -v- V" TRY THE NEW BRAND.... mMmmwm Concho Rye Chas. W- Zenker, Sole Ageijfc STOCK NEWS TO PANHANDLE STOCKMEN ;3 new furniture s & .. , & jyc i navo roconuy received a largo 8iiipmon& oi now Furniture. Wattlne and Alal Paper Njj w B. W. ROBY, and nm proparod to auvo you money on the things V you buy to make homo life comfortable ta Tlie "Live and Let Live" Vj, Furniture Alan. JK Gko. K. Wkiiii, President. Wm. S. Kki.i.y, Vico-Pres. C. 11. 1'owkm., Ciishior. mw y3- fT'CkTO,r"CVT0TT,l2TCfcTT2TCVT0r UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 2767 The Frirsl Wafcioqa) J3ai)k SAIf ANGELO, TEXAS. CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS and PROFITS $30,000 -. GOOD ACCOUNTS SOLICITED...

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. — 28 April 1904

t.'.'taaw.. imWWwiwi ' m'u mehe -... . n: "cm ?f s r-' 1f HJHf T HW W "fr-vv fv; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 28, t90i Ml li i life 1 SOCIETY, fce An Hour Wltli the Old Composers. Mrs. 0 10. Hudson and a nuin hor of young ladies of tho smart sot have perfected l.ho organmi tion of u musical club for tho study of tho old composers. Thoy will moot ouch second Friday af ternoon. Lust Friday thoir moot ing wiih hold at Mrs. Hudson's homo imd was devoted to tho study of Mendelsohn. Interest ing pupors on tho lifo mid works of tho groat iirtiHt woro road and sevorul selections of his composi tioiiH woro rondorod. lOaoh moot ing will bo dovotod to some com pouor and tho members of tho Mimical Club' anticipate much plcnHiiro and profit from these meetings. Strawberry Festival n Success. Tho Htruwborry festival and ice croam Hiippnr given by tlio Kutli bono Sisters lust Wednesday night in tho now Mill and Loo Inulding on Oliudhoiirno street wiih u suo cckh. Tlio re...

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. — 28 April 1904

V y. c r',,x tfrsns' I- A- !,(. - Kmp,T'-TT-ty',-W"'-!i rj(V 'ipTlC W TrW"? THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904 r:TlpVHMHHHHHMIH9HHHBHSHHHfflHflHHHflH 'W$ s5?sww rv;5Vwjr r&W9rfyWyw3wwSBKl z :.9 mmtm:mmmkmkmMmtm.m&&M .Tiri GET THE HApiT of buying your Uouho Furnishings, Lawn Furnishings, Oiitdoor Novelties and FURNITURE from ft Iioubo that curries tho largest stock. You can mado a bettor aoleotion at lower pricea because thoy buy in lurgu quuntitiea ami can afford to soil for less. A. S GAWfTT & SOIT FUri)lt;Urc aijci iJnclcriakcrs. TO PANHANDLE STOCKMEN (Continued from Page 5) cents commission for a cow that nota but $5, and toko but 50 cents from the man who gots $70 or S80 for a finished steer?" Ho said: "Wo can hardly hvo at what wo aro gotting now." I said: "How many commission houses aro thoro in tho Ex change?" Ho said: "Eighty or ninety." I said: "Can not ono half that number do the work just as satisfactorily?" He said : "Yea, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 April 1904

-S y$jx r nfis vw . fJnTTiywr'ww xar f i j J r I ' ammmmmmMummmmmmmsaaMmaBBaAiMmmm.-',',. .,,smfssMtmamaammrm"jm' . s THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1904 A Promotes Digestion.Checrful ncss ami IlcsLCdntfllus iicllher Opiuin.Moiphiiio nor 'Mineral. Xot "N,VIl C OTIC . htipe afOMJlrSAMUZLPtraim myKut tJVw' MxSmiut Jhff-rriuHl - (iiriiaitak'Soaa liw.lW- Huibfyrrrn rtayxr. A perfect Kcmeily forConslipn Tlon.SourStouinch.Uinrrhocn Worms .Cotwulsious.rcvcrisli ncss nml LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signnlure or NKW YORK. Wtp!llmmwmSBlSmXMM EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Hiia. rich that fl HH ! 11 m .i i nn ' HiWri '! , i -I ii ii "' " i f Eft? If .-HHMHHHHHHHH RE? If; " R " I P v-aSTwini wnminiwwito iiii. '"-fffi 1 1 ffi T 111 RJ I 1 W J" ; liJffiftJiiUalJ ft For Infants and Children. I ' ytgclnWel'rcpnrnllonrorAu- If K i slmllaimpiciooiinmuicmiia- ... y K f ling ihcStomnclsmvl Bowels or j UeEirS tl6 4 it ;b Mona,T,nrfi fc i m , ncasanc csuonuims iiciimt jm r ? ! WA ' 1 I '...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 May 1904

r. 'f1 SOME YOUMG LADY WILL SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR AT THE PRESS' EXPENSE. GELO P Jh rib uBii Mi fi VOL 8, NO 18 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904 r OXRORD UUEATHER HAPPIER LIVES FOR PEOPLE 'mH9 WHO WILL IT BE? rM y"'- '.$M f MM - vi HntcrcrilnllicSnti Atwclo I'oit Offllcc '3 Kuunnil-uliutNiimllrimtlcr .J? 5 , . ii i , in in , U jT 1 n t I M HEA hT is the Most Important In buying food-products, several things are to be thought of i. e., Economy, Results, Easy Handling, Reliability, but the most important is Health. Health means everything. In buying clothes, shoes, hats, furniture, etc., if the buyer is deceived and gets an imitation the only harm is loss of money. In buy ing food-products, if imitations are sup plied, there is not only a loss of money, but perhaps an injury to health which is beyond price. Remember these facts when buying baking powder. S Jf m A JL BAKING POWDER. ABSOLUTELY PURE Mr. Adams, of l51do'-ndo, who is u member of the linn of 1 hunc h...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 May 1904

"' 7fJr"' "SPV W MMMHaMMMMMM svvf4r-f LiWa!'?Pf " VT? " -"WliBfWffte; fc 1 1 iW rt il i ' E1rtAKravvi.buteBlliri fjt OMBI MWOg p ""spnFiv "i7 THE SAN ANGSLO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 5 1904 u r Hi SOMETHING DOING IN SAN ANGELO Real llfitntc. W. B. Himtor sold to Mrs. Amoliit Harsh, two and "iip lmlf lotH, in block 10, IOIIib addition, at $2f0. 0. A. Broome sold toV. I'. irolland, (J acres of land, winch joins Dr. M M. Woodward on tlio west, at SCO pur aero. U. G. Taylor Hold for Mrs. ICniinu B . WiIHh b(i the city of Hun Angelo, lotH M, IT, niul 10, in block 2, West Twohig avenue, at !fti200. Tlio property in now oe cupied by tlio Central wagon ynrd . Contractor S. L. Ogle will begin work on Frank Stidlo's now five room residence in the Post this wook. Tlio building will cost floinothing over $1000 when com plotod. W. G. JoluiMon bought a house and lot, on corner of Chadbourno street and WoHt Col logo Avenue, for SD500. Tho lot jh 150x100 foot. J. B. Taylor, tho grocery...

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. — 5 May 1904

- 'Mii'f"!' ffiriify'yj)'j'rMffiWBi '" "' y'v ,yy)jiajEpyWiB.iM i ..,lj,!;y,....,tys,g '-4- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 5, J904 Expositions Are The Timekeepers of Progress" 'ii ,j ft 1(7 K I I, 1 mr M i H : THUS spoke the late President McKinley in his famous speech at Buffalo. It was true then-is true now. It was true of the Expositions held at Paris, Philadelphia, Chicago, Antwarp, Buffalo "timekeepers of progress" every one And these words were not only true, but prophetic, as applied to The Great Lo 11 s ana Purchase Exp It Is Distinctly tx "A Timekeeper of Progress." THo VWost Popular Young Lady In the Great Concho Country will see this Great Exposition at the expense of The San Angelo Press. law The banner of Determining Who Will Go will be as Follows: A71no Are Eligitolo- Any imnmrned lady, over tho age of 17, i eligible to enter this contest, provided her home is in either of tho fol lowing counties, viz : Tom Green, Concho, Menard, Schlei cher, Iri...

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. — 5 May 1904

4 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXA5, THURSDAY, MAY 5 1964 I m l ! I.-I M4 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Wenkly Nkwh I'npur of ami fornrcnler Hun Amtelo. WAYLAND& STKUrilliUS, Publishers. Subicriptlon Price Si. SO a Year 2 SAN ANGELO, TEX. MAY 1004 ARRESTED FOR THEFT. Deputy Doss Russell Runs In Atari With Horse ISulotigiiiK to Willis Johnson. O'onu SoutliwiMi Tpxiiii I.iihL Monday afternoon ii young follow giving his muni iih Harris got on the Htiiyo ut I'olvin's ranch, to come to town. Hi' told I). M. West mid others on the stage that his brother died hero Saturday. II ih actions created suspicion and Doss Russell wiih notified and ut onco ht'Knii to investigate tho young gentleman's surroundings. Ho learned from Wade Horron that tho follow stopped Sunday night at Abo Mayor's ranch and wiih riding a Imy horse branded walking Hticlc. Ho loaruod also from Dodo Pitman that that wan Willis JoluiHon't) hrand. Mr. Johnson wiih called up at Angelo and notified, lie said tho horso was...

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. — 5 May 1904

jtm'SyjttjK V'fc'V '-j r '' ,-- yyv-; rr;;-' f V J " f 1 r ) T, TJT-T?W'. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY. 5 1904 $ C. W. HOBBS t TEXAS It 4 1 Wool Commission Merchant Liberal Advances on Consignments. Correspondence Solicited. C r rvi rt rvt e r? i v , iv-.w, sscfc v- -V TRY THE NEW BRAND.... Concho Rye Chas. W Zenker, Sole Ageijfc NEA furniture J(c I havo recently received n largo shipment of now iM Furniture. 7Vnttng and A7oll Popei V ana am prepared to save you money on tlie tilings V you l)uy to make homo life comfortable Sjf Tlio "Live and Let Live" a Furniture Man. tat T1X E. W. ROBY, Gko. K. Wkiiii, President. Wm. S. Kki.i.y, Vico-1'res. C. II. Powni.i., Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 2707 The First National J3ai)k SAM ArsGELO, TEXAS. CAPITAL 5100,000 SURPLUS and PROFITS $80,000 -,-. . G00D ACCOUNTS SOLICITED --- ---- I WoolGrowersl g CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO 2 Qeo, Richardson 1 H Wool Commission Merchant, E San Angelo, Texas 1 C. C. NEELEV R. NEELEY ME...

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