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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 5 May 1904

JIHBBriiIHIHIilttdMH8SESS9HlMMHHHHBBHB9BB5S '"SMrr? V ? ijahL. Xi "')' 'V..KM " iw THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 5, J904 uS&MMtMffiLMfflHlMfiHfiiHlAUEftift4SL B -I 6 Vjip I Hi", .i Mi If ft 1,1 i; y 1. 1 i 1 kj Oil' Eh vH I J; ' ' ' I ' cH lKIM 1 :1 sir if I ' I if f I I ; i 1 k ! I' il (mmwmmomwmwmm 9K New Mattings. I luivo jiiHt received u now and up-to-now ship- j?a ineiib of inatbing, nil colors and pnceB. g Just TH6 Thina For Summer. 1 My sboek of Furniture wuh never more complete g nor my prices lower. 1 bought on u low market dfc anil can save you inonoy. ot jt o o o g Mrs. E. 6. Fitzgerald. I ft GONGHO AVENUE. SW M society. 'r Allmms-Slieppard. Mr. Sam Minims and Mihh Sallio Shoppard woro married tit tho residence of tho bride's parents 11b tho Shoppard ranch in Glasscock county, at H p. in., "Wednesday, April 27. Bov. Mr. Tulbort of this city performed tho coroinony The bride is well known in San Angolo and Iiiib a host of friends hore. Mr. Miiui...

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. — 5 May 1904

ors -.W- y "!C.',11FS r'. ''; si-?, THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY, 5 1904 .' i V I, S Ones Your Piano Si f i Need Attention? I Mr L. W. Noreross, the 3 tier, iB in the city. His w S tun Btnv hero will be limited and fi it will bo several months g 5 before his return. Call him gut.... g S Allen's Music Store, 5 g a S phono 1715, or Latulon g Hotel, phono IS.... fi KmKBMMMSWBXWWiMMmnM Friday Night's Fire. Tho barn of Bob Austin on Har ris avenuo burned down Friday night. Tho building was used to keep his city carriages in and ono of the vehicles was in it at the time and was destroyed. The liro waB discovered 12 :0 and tho fire companies called out, but not in timo tosavo anything; tho build ing had practically burned to tho ground before they arrived. The house and vehicle were fully cov ered by insurance, It iB not known how tho fire originated. Bnck From K. P. Convention. Col. A. S. Gautt, S. E. Taylor, W. E. Heald, Jno. Freeland, I. P. Veazy, Mayor C. H. P...

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. — 5 May 1904

m ' T rj-,-im tft '. foi Vt 1 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 5, 1904 i; if .. il ' fcM .,. . . i i "t IM - F "3, SZS7-jt-J2- wrV Vj. ' VV Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always Rought, mid which lius Iiccii in iihu for over .'JO years, lias home tlio Hlgnsiliiro of and lias hoon nmde under his lio.r- UIIIIIll UIIIIIl'Vllllll hIiICH I(S IllI'lllU'V. ivtt Allntv mi (iiw (d i1ci'(lvi vim ill fhln. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ".7usl-ns-goori"ni,o tint JKxpeilinenls lluiL li-lllo wllli imil onliiiik'cr the health of Jnfanls and Children Uxporleneo against Kxpoi-lmcut. n IS Custoria Is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and .Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It :mlalns neillier Oplmn, IMorpliIno nor other Nareotlc Niilmtunee. lis ago '" "s guarantee. It destrojH "Worms and allays I'cverlslinoss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tlio Stomach and llowe...

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. — 12 May 1904

.... .aM.aMMHE9Kb.?Jlt "S -w 1,1 - i rtii Mfr Mii i 1 ' ""' Miy flMMM MflHf 7itWffTTBHT -mMi-p . - B . Vs Vpj A Thousand Now Readers for Press Advertisers This Week '..3 sranB FHE SAN ANGELO PRESS itfi i n i( -.(j,, ..,., wiveriiv VOL 8, NO 19 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1904 Hntrreilln tlic San AiikcIo l'nnt OIDlcf Hcuoml-olitRNiDitl) matter iiuiiuu raiMP - r r - r - - iliiiu , " ''( i r " Ut. 1 I) I DrPRICE CrmBaking Powder Good Health depends upon the food you eat. Adds to the healthfulncss of all risen flour-foods, while it makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer flavored, more delicious. Exercise care in purchasing baking powder to see that you get Dr. Price's, which makes the food more wholesome and at the same time more palatable. pnioa baking rowDin oo. OHIOAdO. Note. Thtre ar rany mlxturei, made In Imitation of baking powder, whlili th prudent will avoid. They are lower In Srlce than cream of tartar pow. era, but they are made from alum, aud are da...

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. — 12 May 1904

"""-ST"' P F$w, "8w'?9r'" lBS3S!Rf (Jf-Rjf v . i t THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO' TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY J 2 1904 ft 4L DALLAS WISINFSS MFN 'VWXt Highly Strmijt Will bo (lucsts of the Queen City of the Coticllos Mils livciiiiiK. y. ..n.. i ..:..i.i.. i J'HIIUH iiimiiii'MH iiii'ii, ! n 1 1 uy strong, will iirnvii on their special train ntfit'lfi tliiiuflnniomi They ii ro engaged in making a tour of tlio stale for tin- purpose of net ting acquainted Wltll ill' business men of tlio ditt'eront cities mid tOWIIH. Sim Angelo business mull will tin ut the train to irifi'L tlmm Tlmy will ho taken iibon I ..!. I i... . city, itsiCfcV; vujuntji'n iwiu .liiuwn tliu viby i ,l''V principal environs and some "lljyy tho vast, stretch of nmitrv to tlio I Jr-y south known iiHliipan Flat rpoiiil4-v the return of t In puity to tlio city Iftfti) Hiippor will ho Horvoil at tlio Wil- jjs'tlfi Hon Drug Storo old stand hi theiy: Laiidon Block. The ladies of tho ; fej"t) Christian church will Horvo the '; ...

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. — 12 May 1904

"TKSi T Jfl KifT ,,9,fF'f.f J k"S"-iR-f- 14 -C ' - JL.jtK- aa . rjyjuj' -stJwi.giw--wMi .-Xn .. ,JLpi o- - ' .....i...... '' "' ' t I,, . ., '' - 1 'm rt THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY J2, J904 Expositions Are The Timekeepers of Pro mniTi r - in - l gress I MK 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 Louisiana Purchase E It Is Distinctly fct "A Timekeeper of Progress." The Most Fopt4la.r Young L,oc$y In the Great Concho Country will see this Great Exposition at the expense of The San Angeio Press. xposition IHI The Manner of Determining Who Will Go will be as Follows: mm lAhO A Eligfilble- Any unmarried lady, over tlio ago of 17. is eligible to outer this contest, provided her home is in either of tho iol l...

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. — 12 May 1904

OMnflvt. - ,HW(RBIM,W ' m$$W:f i r ? " o- 8pC ' ' i . ii'h in ' " miyTT I , 4 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nliwt Paper of tml (or a knmKt Han Anifrlo. WAYLANII& SrRUMIIiUS, 1'uliilslturN. Subscription Price $1.50 a Year SAM ANfiELO, TEX. HAY 12, 1904 Ranch Diversification. For years tint papers of Central, East tintl Norl.li Texas prouohod crop diversification before ny good outiiu of it,., Farmers are norhans harder to convince tlmii any cIuhh of people on earth. Hut diversification hi me and no com munity woulil lie willing to ex change the new itu for tlio old order of "one crop or no crop." Prosperity Iiiih overtaken those people und tin' beauty of tlioir prosperity in it h substance and porniunonoy. Whole sections aro growing as never before. Thorn's a ranch diversification that can ho practiced with un ii(iially good oU'eet. Some ranch- nion Imvo tounil it out and it m making good to thorn already. Hunch diversification means cat tlo and sheep on the name p:ist urcH, hog...

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. — 12 May 1904

fttfilffswK "" "-" &, ' .TmOHIHHHHHM iltwssraW fftpwf ..ji.,,.',- f- - -' ii, I, rTi.y.-$r . jijo II Mil II i III il mzsapjL: t'.rA THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1904 l$IIE$n$B$I$B$$l t- $ 4 C. W. HOBBS Wool Commission Merchant Liberal Advances on Consignments, Correspondence Solicited, SAIN ANGELO, TEXAS 3 sBnsrt TRY THE NEW BRAND.... Concho Rye Ghas. W. Zei)ker3 Sole Agei)l sawi 5ia!!!S5aS5K NEW FURNITURES I n I have recontly received n largo shipment of now Furniture. Matting and Aall Paper and um propured to save you money on tho things you buy to make homo life comfortable; The "Live and Let Live" Furniture Alan. 8 E. W. ROBY, & ft ft g Geo. E Wkiiii, I'residnnt. Wm. S. C. II. I'owm., Cashier Kin.r.Y, Vicp-ProH. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 2707 Tke First ftfafcioijal paijk 5AINI ANGELO, TEXAS. CAPITAL 5100,000 SURPLUS and PROFITS S80.000 GOOD ACCOUNTS SOLICITED - -- - agnimmmHmiimnmfiimmnmnmnmmfmHfnnimfHjs Wool Growers g CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO jQ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 12 May 1904

'lfWW''$.'1Wf!- ' ' - 1 ' ,:-, "-"" 'f i DiW iM'iiW THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 12." 1904 Brake CffijHW'11'' r. ft f ! tfi ? I. I ii i ) n V; i: 1 1 (AWVM HAH I he modern way. Cash, one Price-- and That the LOWEST. Cash means lower Prlcet and Better VALUES. My stock of men's furnishings, hntfi iiml hIioob are all new and carofully Bolected. Tho Wilson Slnrt at .$1.00 and $M ft has no equal. I'nderweur from L'oc to 5-' ,00 u garment, nil undor priced. Nookwear, hosiery, collnrH. culls, suspenders, j 7 m holts, etc., 1001 stylos. Give jjft now things in muii's wenr, and I...C. E. 7Vleilone...$ m MEN'S OUTFITTER jJy 'fc - SOCIETY. y Dcnnls-Nlcliols. Mr. Wos Nichols and iMiss Ilcna Donnis were happily mar rjod Sunday night, at the homo of tho brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Donnis, on South First street. Thoy aro both fine young people with scorns of friends, and both dosorving of a big share of tlin good things of life. Wes is engaged in tho cotton busines...

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. — 12 May 1904

I fwfifri- A Stitch in Time May save tho life of your wifo and baby. Look over your har Doss mid soo if it don't need re pairing before it is too Into. Let ui repair, clean and oil it for yon. Work guaranteed n n d charges moderato : : : : . : : : SOMETHING DOING IN SAN ANGELO We nolv habe in stock the most complete line of Harness cber sholvn in San Angclo. B. C. ALEXANDER & CO. II. L. Adams and wife, of Saw yor, wore here Thursday. -Musical strings at Allen's. 8tf from in Real il.stntc. The following sales are report ed by J. T. Thomson : To V. C. Johnson for I. 0. Woodruff, lot 5, Miles addition, corner Cliadbourno and College avenue, consideration $0500 cash. To W. 0. Johnson for Max Deitz, lots 5 and 0, block 2: San Angolo, consideration $700 cash. To '1'. W. Ilaynes, for J. C. Ellison, lots Hi and 11, block 2U, Ellis' addition, consideration 250. Cash. To It. 0. Hates for J. C. Elli son, lots 15 and 10, block 215, Ellis' addition, consideration SUUU. Uash. S. D. Brooks bou...

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. — 12 May 1904

M apiW ::f ' 4vj " I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 12, (904 5f: ft wf ' .,, : I P. i ' ;i 1 1 K ' ttt awl 1 r lin 1 iiaaaaa p- 0ASTOHI4 11 AVcKclnblc PrcpnmtionrorAs the Stomachs imdDowcis oi" BlwFytTfeAMuTiHrvPvii rroninlcsDigcslion.Cliectful ncss nntt Hcst.Conlniiis niMllicr Ophim.Morpliiiic iiorMincriil. lOT NAIIC OTIC . Aw ofouiirSAMuatrraim yflxSmvt Jllprmiitl - III rlttmnlrSria CtmfiiA&ignr hlntoynrH natvr. Apctfccl Ilouiuily TorConslipn Hon, Sour Stomach, Uinrrlioivi Vcirins,('onviitsiotis,rcvcrJsh ness (iiul Loss of SiJtt:i. Foe Simile Signature of1 NEW YOTIK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. lis ai l Bob Austin's Two pine New hjacks Aro at your dispowil at any mill all hours: : : : : HngK"K' waion in c(iini'ction. Trunks' transferred to any part, of town. Your hauling solicited. Night Calls, Landon Hotel Spring Complaints aro quickly relieved by an occasional glass of our wine or whiskey. It will build you up and give you new life. Ho sure you get Pure Mal...

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. — 19 May 1904

(t -a .." &." The Press Guarantees Advertisers a Larger Circulation in San Angelo and Tom Green County than Any Paper Circulating Here. vtari&gKm hJi -Vnivwiif- VOL 8, NO 20 N ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1904. HntiTcrtln tlieHan AhKcio Post Onilco HpcomVvlnoiiiunllinnttor ra'u. " ' r-'w ". - . r V ' ! '"w ' i iS3m BSSMMMWTMf Imimim iam -- - -. -.- . ' - - I n i i BBM... iB'JMBBKBWBBBBBBBWBBBBBBBBBff PMBBiMjMiBIBBI KBBuBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHNBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBrfn. TBT Aici I El " $$ A fS. ? A It T tf WW dF WtthW "SP" iFft 'I "JIMfi.- MC'U H X1 kJi AJTm MM' R fvVi I'.w-iil U! 7I m .AS K4 JBB P7J M XT H'Vl it $&m a &S ts3ft 1 m r W ST m if KP n?v ifl 38 w ' c l tf" 12 IF AM ill FOREMOST S W BAKING POWDER f L IN THE WORLD JS City Council's Special Electing. The city council mut in special session at the court house Thurs day niuht. The mayor, score- I tnry, marshal and the full board jof cotincilnion were present. i An ordinance provid...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 May 1904

'"w" ;.' r,T' -" PJf-Ti ..' ii i-rjt 'f THE SA.N ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY J9, 1904 (jHr I? m" ) It nib 101 II iff 1 If P 't I" Li -' I ' V 4 Ltt L-. 'W DALLASITES HERE. Delegation (if HtHliicss Men from 1UUU3 umiiu, auc, iiuu arc muuu i to Feel at I tonic Merc. A special train of livu couches )ull(!(l into tin1 switch yards in .Sun Angelo Thursday afternoon at f o'clock with about eighty ()f DullllH' 1110-41, IMOIIIIIK'Ilt lltlrt'- ness men aboard who were seek-' ing to "got acquainted" Willi our, people anil i'ii joy tin sights nf the city. They were a film body of men and ono that Dalian can, well fuul proud of. Thoy worn i mot nt thti depot by Mayor C. II. i Powell, I'niHidf'iit John Alio, March of tho San Angelo Busi-j noss Club and a largo crowd of I roproHoutativi) citizens A I tor I throo cheers for Han Angelo from tho visitors they wore loadi'd inloi McConiioll's tailoyhoH and a mini-1 bor of wugonoftos. carriages and private vehicles which had been dr...

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. — 19 May 1904

' t" ' - . V 'gi-w - in mm - - -. -. - .'J . -., ;-rsi$r HI THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 1 1904 firT" i- ??m v .rAnf'1 i.i85L ,, $ Writing To Your Friends you like to haves the vory best of stationery, don't you? If you ure purtieu lnr and lmvo troublo in getting exactly the kind you desire in this line, como in and give ub the pleasure of allowing you our exceptionally line as sortment of writing nec essities. We shall he gluel to do this even if you elo not intond to purchase anything just now. We only want you to become acquainted with this de partment of ours. Concfio Drug Store. Up-to-date Service. ANOTHER RAILROAD RUMOR Col. L. J. Polk, Recently Resigned Vice-President of Santa Fe, Will Build North From S.in Attgulo. Galveston, May 1-1. The gen eral oilicors of tlie Santa Fe here are still without an oflieial con firmation of Vice President Polk's resignation. They avow the only information thov have of the matter is that which has been published in th...

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. — 19 May 1904

.t ' ivmq, 'w;r-vf"l'F'wv wrw? r pwfil W""',,:,K' rrww" eviwi M"-?- 57" THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY J9. 1904 fa f THE SAN ANGELO PRESS.1 A Weekly Ni:wm i'biht nf iiwl for n prcitiur Sun At)iil. WAYLAND& STRUnillUS, Publisher;. Subscription Price 81.50 a Year SAN ANGELO, TUX. MAY 19, 1004 A greater San Angolo means free delivery, a federal building, hotter streets, improved sidewalks, double daily train service, spacious publb parks, a inudorn city liall and market square, a moro modern (iro department, and many other tilings. Thoy can't all lto had during H)01 but aB Boon as wo get in line and uro fairly started it will 1)0 surprising how rapidly one will follow tho other. A IJctter Train Service. And why not u hotter train Borvioo? Jt would pay tho Santa Po to p'rovido hotter traveling accomo dations for their patrons hr.twoon Drown wood and San Angolo. Thoy have no similar amount of railway on tlioir entire systom that nets tiiom a bettor profit. Th...

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. — 19 May 1904

"vv ,yr I ( ."' - gi-y " ..EijHMliiK,fKBAaK.BdyaHflHMHHiHHHBH9!iBSiHB0EMS'"?K'J&k m r ' i'4 THE SAN ANGELO Mr THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 9 1904- 5 ,i - ';W 4 i m . K t . Uncle Satin says W& all right I t C. W. HOBBS I Wool Commission Merchant Liberal Advances on Consignments, Correspondence Solicited, & TEXAS f 444t444J44t,4 Y SAN ANGELO, v STOCK NEWS TRY THE NEW BRAND.... Concho Rye Chas- W- Zei)ker3 Sola Ageijfc ll3828 Oko. K. Wkiih, President. Wm. S. Kkm.y, Vioo-l'res. G. II. Powni.i., Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 2767 The First ftfafcioijal JBaijk SAN Al(GELO, TEXAS. CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS and PROFITS 580,000 GOOD ACCOUNTS SOLICITED .- - agnnnmwmfmmmnimmniwnnwnmmmniHimmnw Wool Grower si CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO iehardsni Alnrkct Letter. Special til the Pros Kansas City. Mo., Thursday, May 1:1th, WOi The principal feature in the cattle tratlo here this wo -k is the big decline in choico heifers in tlio Native Division. Tliis class of cat...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 May 1904

f 'JJTOfflPSLMPJfliSP! J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 19, i904 I 4 .8 ' f f i f I Three Days Excursion To San Angelo On account of the Base Ball Games between San Angelo and the Daniel Baker College Team, of- Brownwood, the Santa Fc P, R. will sell excursion tickets from all points west of and including Brownwood to San Angelo, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. May 26, 27 &28 AT TDK ItATK OK 4c a Mile for the Round Trip Ik'HidoH tin' Hull Guir9 thero will bo u Grand Millitary Drill) Trades Display and Concert on Thursday night, May 20th, in which over 100 of San Angolo's ladies will participate EVFRYBODY IS JNVlTED-iin Angelo Merchants will mak.- it to your intop'Ht to trudo nore during these days. 11 JJ r . ..mm f-mii.iii BjumiBuniMliiiiniin i imrtf JVs.1 SOCICTY. A Plslilnj: I'nrtv. Quito a iitiiuljur of San young people Angelo enjoyed J nday aftornooii and evening on tho Conclio at four mile crossing, pionioingiind fishing. Tho fol lowing composed tho...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 19 May 1904

"OSSa -J--. '."J ' fK. "' "" ' wppfflP'. I ' ''., fffPfyni f JAPAN LOST rr (0 '0 m m w (0 m (0 nnd a torppdo bout but it doesn't effect the price nor the quality of Japanese Matting. Vf are showing n lurge assortment of patterns und colors of the best workinunship nml grades. Wo liave in stock u full nssortment ot Leonard Gleanable Refrigerators, Lawn Swings. Settees, Cots, Stools, Hammocks, and everything for summer use on porch, lawn or in camp. MRS. L G. FITZGERALD, ft FASHIONABLE, FURNITURE,. , , .... Miscellaneous Ads. If you have 11 want read these uds; "if you don't Hud what you want advertised here, try an ad on your own hook. Press ads roach tho people. MAMPV The inspector for 1 V ML I 1 our Loan Company will bo hero about June 1. Any ono wanting u loun on improved ranch lands will do well to see us before that dnto. 20-2t. Biioomk & Faiiii. Havb You Skkx that fine jack at my farm on the Flat? He will sire tho kind of mules needed by farmers. Terms $10. J. J. Stki'Iikn-...

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. — 19 May 1904

"'rff": ' rQfQfFrr? a5nmi ' 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 19. 1904 8 f. 9 1 TIio Kind You Huvo Always in UNO lor over HO yearn, fwK Allntv 3 SSZZZZ & f f4bCr All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Tust-as-nnod" uro hut XlYperliueuts that trllle with and endanger tint health of Iiiiunt.s and Children Uxiierloiiuo nuuinst ljierlincnt. What is CASTORIA Oastorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paro gorle, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is IMeasant. It contains neither Opium, JHorphluu nor other Xnreotlo Mihstauee. Its iiko is its guarantee. J I destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. II eures Dlarrluuu and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tbe Food, regulates tho Stomach and Iiowels, giving healthy and natural sluup. a'ho Children's Panaeea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORSA ALWAYS Scars tlio "-x Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Titt ccrmun company, Tt MunnAV nrnccT, ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 26 May 1904

' A. The Press Guarantees Advertisers a Larger Circulation in San Angelo and Tom Green County than Any Paper Circulating Here. THE SAN ANGELO PRE r ' ' vU Um- VOL 8, NO 21 Y ' 'H N ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1904. Kr.trrcdln tlic Sau AiihoIo l'oit OflllCc Second ulusNinniliniiltcr Dr. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER helps housekeepers more than any othet article in the household Its use protects the health of the children f- IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ACADEMY. Ab tlio scholastic tnn is draw ing to ti close, on the L'Otll 1111(1 27th niHt., from to " o'clock p. in. thu work of the pupils will lie on exhibition in thu art and ad joining room a of thu academy. Parents, friends uud all desi rous to see the crayon drawing, water color paintings, pyrograph ic work, fancy sowing, stenogra phy and other written exercises, nro cordiully welcome to visit the academy during suid hours. The commencement exorcises will bo held at the Turn Verein hall, Tuesday, May lst, 11)01 at 7 ...

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