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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

TTl'jrWf ''tawwtF '"c 4r T t j-0r l 1 WrW' V f !.."! 57- )- vT5pTifmrr-raM -BB-flr ff"f. tfflww "."jpwirrr' 7 THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2o 1904 HfJt KM. 1 .. MiKli School Commencement. Tho operu house was filled Fri- day night wit.li friends and relu- tivo of tlio niiltiat mtf class in answer to the fnllowiiig invita- tiun: Tho Class of Nineteen Hundred I'uir . of the Sun Angelo High .School invito VOII to lie present lit. till' Comni(!iic(!inenb Exorcises Friday May Twentieth 11)01 B:!K) o'clock' Turn Verem Hall San Angelo Texan. Tho graduating class consisted of: Minnio Belle Acton Katha- rino Glair Ititll L:itira 10 Beeson Addio K ItiHhup Kate Conerly. Mary Pruncis Cornier. Susie Urolith Plorcnco Dcering Ola ionise Dean Mary Catherine Hindu Sallie Tarlton Kerr Mar- garet Stanley Wright Katharine America Liiwhon () B Love Jr Lucile March Edit Belle Moodv Hornioiuo Elliott Muys Arthur Loo Noble flelon 0 Bugsdule Henry C! HobiiiHon Kthel Tim- mins Wilmor A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

- W'T-fl' r ffiirr" if if ''('' ;ryir0i W; THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 26 1904 '''" ' Tgr.iejtf; WtfF .itfffiyMfefciMMiMIWMMMMMWMi 3 "mH'M &$ 1 1 0 f i H a You Can't Come TFLEPHONB THE CONCHO DRUG STORE For anything you wnnt in the Drug Stationery or Toilet article line unci we will have it there in n jilTy. It will cost yo.i nothing extra. SOMETHING DOING IN SAN ANGELO Hob Austin's pretty cottage on College Avenue- is Hearing com- pletion the painting ueing done tliis week. Woodman Hull. Ground was broken by Con- tractor Ibilfanz .Monday morning preparatory to laying the founda- tion for the ih'W Woodmen Lodge building. This is to bo one of the prettiest lodge homes in West Texas. The Woodmen expect t be in their new quarters within ninety days. Other IStilldlnp; Notes. Dr. .John Abe March is having the ground cleared of rubbish and will huvo erected on his recently acquired portion of the Sun An- j gelo hotel site a line store build- ing. The structure w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

y rw - j " ' fr&p. -W. ( "S&f ' T ". '"TWT" "'t7!' ?wrT''.; m&mi'zmtt mmmmm ilMiraiwt; -- votwwi wmjffw rvw y ? -j MwBi'!BHHMPrlWPi 1 i j. ". " IBP ' 4 fcT-V !' . Iww w. H . ) A' IK"' " 4 ! ! nw - i K THE SAN ANOELO PRESS. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 26 1901 A Wei-klv NKWt I'.Iiit of .ii(l fur a (reJUT 9in Atiiii'lo WAVLANI) & STIiU I HUBS Publishers. Subscription Price Sl.50 a Year jio3UjLAJ)!i SAN ANGELO. TEX. MAY 26 1904 Alorc Knllronds. The Business Club is going at lliu railroad proposition along the riht lines and with the proper incentive. San Angido is tin natural railroad conti-r of V-t ToxaH and an nattiiv' has so ar- ranged things it behooves tho people of tln city to do that which iH without nature's sphere. To offer J2r.(K)0 t the first new railroad building into San Angolo in without doubt tho proper course. With tho Santa Fe al- ready horo and the Orient practi- cally assured these two roads are eliminated from tho proposition. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

' ' lito " & ttt-j-ie- aff. . 1 ..T !" a e t . . .Te .- n.t iiiu'r'l-j&ji w -.v'&v 7WW"r" '' ' - -' ! 'V.k' f : ;ft" Far "' "r. 'Pf?yvSEysgfTJ THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 26 1904 rfLaLHnLLLXHfel&SaK!RaW ''van r urf"m"TTiiiiBTinrT' -"'i-- -" - r ;tftjit)a 7 t'f fi. . ..wtiHnrnv wiBfcSJHinEir9mwwAiEBiianpraxrHraPSEi Tsr v ' - .r.;7.. paip IV -vHrei33''9.r."y8l ri jPWK"rflisa l!Wt9! '1& I Twllvv77yi9RyTW trTr'Htf w9!l8filK3fKUKiP9JBSfMraauSjf c: I . ( 4 $ C. W. VIUUl lUUllllHlddlim I'BLlLIIUIIli Liberal Advances on Consignments Correspondence Solicited. T SAN ANGELO fe -v- jaai- TRY THE NEW BRAND.... Concho Chas. W. Zei)ker3 Sole Ageijl se Gko. 10. W'khh President. Wm. S. Kki.lv Vico-I'res. C. II . Powkm. Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 2767 The First National J3ai)k SAN ANGELO TEXAS. CAPITAL 5100000 SURPLUS and PROFITS 580000 ---- GOOD ACCOUNTS SOIJOITIOD --.. mmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmm Wool CjPO B. CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO 3 joB Richardson j H Wool Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

'w iiii ii.i i m. aipm M rRj m ?IQQpmpiflrifiijrp&&Bmw' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO1. TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 26 1904 f 4 "J . 1 ' !5SSSe55525!5 58 ICE GRB A T? W ; ' good to cat; that is made under my personal supervision; and that is the bcry best to be had in the city that 's the hind scrbed at my counter. 0 0 1 also habc Cream to sell in quantities upon short notice. 'Fresh Chocolates Hon 'Dons and sorts of slvccts allvays in stock. all KV ms i vx CI lURCN NOTES Tlio V. C. 'I1. U. will mothers' mooting nt 4 Friday afternoon May -'7 Baptist I'liurcli. hold a o'clock at the Freeland S Jfofom Crocerie ! SOCIETY i Miss Blanche Mario Bull re- turned Friday from a visit to Mrs. Olmcliu Collyns at tliu ranch. Miss Ella Scott Fisher ontor- tainod tlio Entro Nous Club last Tuoeday and tlio young ladies re- port u most enjoyable afternoon. Aftor tlio High School graduat- ing oxoroisos last Friday night a few mombors of tlio older society crowd onjoyed a few hours danc- ing at the S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

uMMMMMttMtt'PP9fe J(f-f m-M W V- ?' ''H ra?f! IF THE SAN ANGEtO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 26 cimtMM MMMT?RPM!!KP9 SiHHHHMHiiHHBb MEPi? p"TKV(WfttK THG?iV Vw wHnwfwwTC'ia Tir"Tw?' T&PMHm iuMHiaHHMin!HViHn0nnHPMiniiniflRlPnM .1 ' ) V J. . w I - .''- f . 'npi 5 &t. r r- V -Lumber Burton-Lingo. Co. Theodore Hell is in St. Louis visiting relatives. -Everything in music at Allen's L. K. St. John was in from Ohristoval Mondny. -The Edgewood liar for the best in Whiskies Wines Boer and Cigars. IS-tf P. T. Heed of Christovnl was in the city Saturday. -All the iced drinks at Woot- ton'B. They aro delicious try them. 1-' tf. 1). II. Bonton a prominent Lipan Flat farmer wii9 here on business Saturday. -To make the out-going trains ooBy and always on time call Bob Austin the hack man. Phone 229. J-tf rcfloaeea9Mf4see9at How the Contest Stands The contest for the Press' World's Fair trip has been warm this week. The num- ber of votes is reaching for the ten thousand mark and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 26 May 1904

.in ' IT'W"" I' '" -u iPSPPWpwPJlff '-& t THESANANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO: TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2 6 1904 K r K j wi&u!UUgj t-:mj AtgctfiblcI'rcpnrnlionrorAs- slmilnrnigllicFootlmulUcflula- ling the Stomachs nnd Bowels of i7wwftfaw'miw?fln Promotes Digcslion.Clic'crfitl- j ncssnndncsi.Contalns neillicr Opiiim.Morpliine nor Mineral. INOT.NAH.COTXC. iKiftofounrSMwanraim MxStnnx III ruditwt-.Sctfa Hutp.Yrr' Ctrjthrd jAlcnr Uut'ttywti rtmvr. ApcrTccI Honicily rorfonstjpt Hon Sour Stomach Dinnhotti W'orins.Ooiiviilsious.rcvcnsh ncss mu! Loss of Su;i;i. FncSiirilc Sinnture or nkw'york. Ik EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. "--'i Bolb Austin Two pine New I-Jacs Aro ut your disposal at any unci nil hours: : : : : Hiiggago Wilson in connection. Trunks transferred to any part of town. Your hauling solicited. Hj Night Calls n L.mdon Hotel M$mzmmmmm$m Spring Complaints aro quickly relieved by an occasional glass of our wine or whiskey. It will build you up and givo you new life. Ho sure you get Pure Mal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

wf" mpmimaammmmmm & -y TT & WRyl & -1 p?K'ARilH4MH9B9BHHflHHHIilHRrwQHJffiBi9nHc 'ijflQlfttmfp&fnfrTXF Tirsjiffw.' Testimonials are Good. Business is Better. Press Advertising Brings Business THE SAN ANGELO PRES 1 Wr iPffmjnV V3L !3HEJ j If & 1 VOL 8 NO 22 ''"''. SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER makes home baking easy. Nothing can be substituted for it in making quickly and perfectly delicate hot biscuit hot-breads muffins cake and pastry. Price Baking Powder Co. Chicago. Heard on the Uoulcvard. A prominent real estate man who deals largely in Texas farm lands tells of a Swede who came from Dakota to Texas and wanted to buy a farm. The land agent took him around and he finally found what ho wanted and said: "Ay take dos one." Then lie went hack to town and tho agent was muking out the papers . "JIow do you want to pay for it?" ho asked. "Ay pay all; Ay have da money." "All right. I'll make out the deed" said the ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

.MMBIMaPBiiJHIHKHMSnwBHHBHMHHIHiMHMHBR5BEHB ir T V i t W' 2 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 19M f I ) ' -J K? ijimiiui ii ' Narrowly Uscnpcd Drowning. H. n l Take m Sea Salt '!; I "Baths ' Yr' ' For vitalizing the skin giving tone to the muscles mid increasing ability to en- dmc fatigue umi wanl otT disease nothing is equal to boh salt baths. Table or rook Biilt in the liiith cannot take tho place of our genu- ine huh salt. The latter con- tains other constituents of sea water besides salt each of which is essential in n. during tliu incut oxlulurat- ini; and lnitifiui&l "tl'eets. It iH a puie I'vaporntod article o o o . o 5 Cents a Pound Concho L Drug Store.. A World's Fair lartv. A party of Went Texas people loft hero Saturday going to the World's Fair at St Louis. It was composed of Mrs. II. A Klutr- inun of Paint Rock Mr and Mrs. J.S. Gregory of Sehleichor county. Miss Lola Doilson of Concho county Mrs. S. H Henderson and daughter Mary of Kudd. Thoy ant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

$mwmmm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 1901 WALKOVER SHOES S3 rot- p 'up''JUwj!!iww t. 1 '"''tIm T" men! I 1 fSllSgi 1 J : "' t Stl SOMETHING DOING IN SAN ANGELO Real Estate. 1. T. Tliouibon reports the fol- lowing sales for the Park Land k Cattle Co. : -KiS acres to J. T Thomson.' 1:2!) acres to Louis Hoit.ler und 127 acres to P. X. Ioiib. The sale aggregated be- tween 000 and .1! 10000 tin- land bringing from $151.00 to $1.") -f0 per acre. This property ad- joins Glenmore Farm and is fine farming land. It. 0." Ferguson bought of II. Allen a house and one and one- half lots in block 7 Hllis addi- tion. Consideration .$1000. C. It. Kolloy sold to Dr. Boyd Corniek T) acreB of land northwest of Dr. Cornick's residence for SIOO. Mrs. S. Veck bought of A. .1. Morgan lots lo 1(5 17 and 18 block Hi' Morgan addition con- sideration JJiL'OO. M. Monteith bought of A. J. Morgan l lots block 50 Morgan addition price S!00. W. 0. Johnson will in a low days bosjin the erecti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

Sf 4 THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 1901 - "- if. i V r- J I i: if jr r fr ft a 1 ' 1 B. Vi mat If: THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Bft? C A Weekly Nkhh l.i-r or mul for Krcitur IVM San Anttulo 1 $ I WAYLANI) & SI KU I III JUS W j Publishers. Subicription Price l.50 a Year V f vn 1 o wTn) 1 nJT s ;;r saP- ' '. S. SAN ANGELO TEX. JUNE 2 l!)Ol Snn Angela's Prosperity. TI10 basil of Hun Anyolo's pro"- liority is beyond tlio stress of wouthor tlio piracy of market manipulators or the blight of liooms. Tin u;roat industries of fclns city and i(H tributary terri- tory commerce and stool; rais- ing aro singularly free from sus- i (intibilitv to fever and chills. Then thoro aro broad of trade and industry principles underlying tlio claim of San Angelo to pri- macy as tlio metropolis of West Texas tlio city grow from a seod as it woro by natural expansion and accretion sending out roots and loaves (lowering and reseod- ing gathering sustenance from its HiirroundingH und con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

"s5JHB"Pi55w'45l''i' ' kB1MjF i . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2. t$bi rWK 'p. $ C. W. HOBBS 4 Ul F !! M 1 i llwwl wk vFl II 1 lllkJiJl Vr 1 1 I B vil LillUI Hi t$i 4s 4 Liberal Advances on Consignments Correspondence Solicited SAN ANGELO TRY THE NEW BRAND.... Concho Rye Chas. W- Zei)ker3 Sole Ageijfc Tfflmffim.wflm.w&ffiffiffl8& S Gko. E. Wkiui Preaitlont. Wm. S. Kku.y Vice-l'res. g z 0. II. Powkm. Oashier. B5 3 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY W. I The First Nfafcioijall J3ai)k 1 SAN AIN.GEI-0 TEXAS. gR CAPITAL $100000 gB SURPLUS and PROFITS 580000 m H -: GOOD ACCOUNTS SOLICITED - M STOP AX I 2THE CITY HOTEL. 8 5 g Heat neemnodations to ho linil anywhere j in the West undor its now management. 5 J R. DAY Proprietor. ! 5 Near Santo F"o Depot. B)mWKBWWaWWiKW(WR:H(K)(P)IWWKBK:WW C. C NEELEY R. NEELEY NEELEY BROS. (Successors to Jackson & Neeley Bros) Corner West of Landon Motel Site. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Grain and all Kinds of Feedstuffs .We Buy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

l.fl i i WM'.- 6 THE SAN ANGELO PRSS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 1904 Hr .aasaaaaaaaasaaarBaaass ft orro SEIBERT IS SOLE AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS Dr Hess Stock Food m m m m m m m A Nutritious and Curative Tonio. Good for your Horses. Cattle Hogs mul Sheep. Hovoii pound package 05e. Twelve pound rnick $1.00. Enquire for Dr. Hess' Poultry Pan-a-ce-a. It makes hens lay. Dr. Hess' Instant Louse Killer is the thing for lice and ticks on poultry and stock. eeeeeeeSSSSiSe&eeesese JC11UHC1INQTUS Cliildron'H Day services will lie hold lit tho Cuinl)orland Presby- terian church next Sunday night at 8:150 o'clock. Everybody in- vited. m. II. Sunday School Picnic. Tho children and young folks of tho Methodist Sunday hcUooI will enjoy n icniu today. Other Sunday hcIiooIh have been invited to participate and nn enjoyable nay will be spent. Presbyterian S. S. Picnic. Tho Sunday school of the First Presbyterian church gave a picnic yesterday to which nil Sunday schools were invited. They wont ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

lsrftlgrJ' ' jTirlL'Mfc3MMMMIIMMMMBBC y -jummiu.ij.mm L - . I Mftn ti '!f- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 19(34 4 fc News e the Diamond Three Good Games Between San Angelo and Daniel Baker College Team of Brownwood Brownwood's college team is composed of nice hoys. Thuy'ro gentlemen every one of them. They play good bull when not out- matched. In the case of tho three names of lust week they were cut classed and consequent- ly carried off but one of tho series and that by default rather than good playing Tho other gamps were shut outs. The full tabu- lated scores are given below- through the courtesy of Mr. Loy- enburg of Galveston who is sponding a short while here for the benefit of his health. tiiukshay'.s oamk. Brownwood ab r bh Kirkpatrick ss.. 4 0 1 Scarborough p..U 0 0 McDonoughlb. 4 0 2 Oxford 2b 0 0 Black c 55 0 0 Porter b& If.. 3 0 0 Uoydcf 8 0 1 Hall If &Ub....8 0 1 Ilatchfordrf....!) 0 0 po 2 2 8 5 J! o 0 1 1 Total.... 25) 0 San Angolo ab r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 2 June 1904

WBgin I :.. SAN ANGELO. TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2 1904 BSBHnHHKITr B 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS B. u i mmmktimf l m.UIU.1i Vli iilWfurfi . ' i " T " i iiiiii. i i ; E "7 Jfflli f TiiiTWaaiMBHMMBWHHWIIBMWBHMBMWMMW Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always hi uho for over 'JO yearn (Utj-CUCA4 All Counterfoils Inflations ami "JuKt-ns-goocl"aro Imfc Exncrliucuts thai trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Bxperleneo against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Caslorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- goric Drops and .Soothing- Syrups. It Is Pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium IWorphlno nor other Narcotic Ntihslaiiee. Its ago Is Its guarantee it destroys AVornm mid allays Foverlslniess. It cures Dlarrhtuii and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Fond regulates tlio Stomach and Bowels giving heaHliy and natural sleep. Eho Children's Panacea The mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho tyjfj&C&4te "ua-05 Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

I' V?? vr" ' ffi!Wwm$t(i?Wrwi''f "' hvf-: TThe Press1 Platform Is A "Greater THE SAN ANGELO PRES r. "Mi. VOL 8. NO 23 N ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY 9 1904 III - s cm mmvwi wi eeeMea THE CHILD'S MISTAKE San Angelo KJrm 1 it i r Kntcrcilln the Hun AukcIo l'ost Oflllcu II Scoond-oliiNsinall mutter n ' wt I THE SHOE 1 1 I BPft f wLi - -1 .K.wVf M1 A vJC ICES iS tKtAW JBAKING JPOWDER Dr. Price's Baking Powder supplies a pure -wholesome leavening agent which makes the biscuit and cake of highest healthfulness at medium cost and protects the food from alum which is the greatest dietary danger of the day. The foremost bating powder in all the world. rnios bakinq rowoen o CHICAQO. Notb. Alum bklnK powfiert fe low priced at alum coti but twocenti a pound ; but alum is a corrotlvo poitbn and it rendtri the baking powder dacccrout to uvc la loud. Work or Women's Clubs. Even without the personal en- lightment that oountB for b. much wonn n's clubs huve beon a potent factor in determin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

. - TTwar""T'-T 1 " Vi'i'WW5KZS8!tiSKi9HFwHiMIHHJSflK".. . . MUtBKSSSUnSkmKKmMnmJIl W77h l "llf f-pfwr ip wj 'war -; jrr ff r THE SAN ANGEl.O PRESF SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 9 1904 mKBSSSKBKfmimW4fiw?W9m? 91' IT ' mi 1 & ;-' V 5: 4 2 SUNDAY'S FINE SHOWER Continued From Pugo 1. within about four foot of the height of lust Summer's imhi whon tlio duin was broken. A groat j ninny people watched the Hoods Sunday afternoon . I On Lipan Flat druws aro full of i water there is an abundance or water in holes and tanks to last during the Biuninor for stock. People are feeling good over the splendid prospects for good LrniHi and oroim dtirinir the fall. Out of town people are beginning! to come oh to do tlieir summer sliopping anil business is looking up in all lines. Prospects for more ram is good and no section of Toxas feclH belter nor looks butter than tlio "Great Concho Country." Narrow llscane from Drowning. At Water Valley Sunday May May 29 Burton It. Wade of Ire- land and Har...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

fr- - MMMMJMmmm - I m -- " ' j "' "'' ; "i-i -" T'Xfv' ' vr """ -v r -' '"yf "' - vr " smHQfW' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 9 1904 9 t ' 3 ! Si I - i I it The Venhle 'c Cnllimn it r i of Boss Tweed Richard Croker or Wm. I. Stone or ovon the nuiua cials by nil qualified voters would promote public wolfare. Mnv it gors of our own democratic pri- not be possible for the democratic San Angelo Texas June 0 1001. Editor l'r.-BB Sun Angelo Dear Sir: In that grotesquely humorous articlo "A final State- ment" printed in the Standard of June 4th are some startling and amazing statements and with your permission I would like to comment on some of them jtiBt a little. It the firab place I would like to recall a fact that Mr. Murphy seems in a fair way to lose sight of viz. that this controversy arose out of nothing more than a desire on the part of a large nuin- uer of the citizens to be allowed to have some voice in the selec- tion of county officers and county officers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

web A i y Hi II I ' I if ff ---te ai--r. - -fftr- r'""?TjS5!Tff( f ryfirvt TnW THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 9 1904 Tra?1"?- HBHBV-lMBHTVS miLK J' f A i 1 v .:..' i I- !' J' 1 1 l-v K' I r I" - i Tim civ ivr.nin nonce mil jm nnum.iv i ulivv. - rm !- ' V A Wt-oUly NBWi I'iiht .if mill fur KrrnUT Bmi AnxHii . .-. . . . WAYLAND& S'IRU limits I'lilillsliers. Subicriplion Price Sl.50 a Year ANGELO. TRX. JUNE fl IH04. RiKlitcoui.ly Wrnthy. fn the issue of May fith Tho 1'ross cutiliiiiiatl the following: tiik Pi.AiiUi: t 1 1 1 -. 1 1 1 : i : . The news is wilt to Han Angolo by MisH Kuto Keating who lives thoro. In a letter to Mrs. Mary Keat- ing of thin oitv from her daugh- ter Miss Kale who is at Bisboo Arizona slut stated that tlio lieu- honio plague ih raging thoro ami u qiiuinntino is expected nguinst that city at any moment. She Hays that tlni disi'UHo iH raging and no ono xvlio has boon stricken has recovered. lOvoryono xvlio oan got invay ih leaving tho cit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

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