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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

$w ' T'-TT" THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 9 1904 SIRS'- art ? jf H'- I'' 2 ft- 6 p fi-i I : -31 SOCIETY le Tnlly-Ho Party. Tho members of the social Hot enjoyed a pleasant tally-ho party and moonlight picnic Tuesday evening at tho six milo crossing on tho Concho. Tho purty was comprised uf tho following: JIjsscb Louise and Surah Allen Grnco Ede Blanche Mario Bell Mary Bland Millspatigh Miss Timmins; Messrs. John Cobb Clark Fisher J. L. Johnson A J Dillon Arthur Evans Dwight .Hunter and John Lee. Salvntlcrrn Y Addickes. Senor Pablo Salvutiorra of Del Rio will be married to Sononta Ygnacita Addickes Wednesday evening June 15 at tho Catholic church at J) o'clock. Tho groom is one of Del Iiio's .most prominent young Mexicans and is employed thoro by Roach McLymont it Co. in thoir dry goods department. Tho bride is a member of one of San Angolo's -oldest and most highly respected .Mexican families. Tho sponsors at tho wedding are Mrs. W. S. Veck Mr. Ed Jackson Senor...

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

r rii f ? j " m . i. "IV v3rS TTT T.JJ-g :-- jj-iyaroww"". yt-rrt-gt "-" s?Wfw-W'?plP!!fWWI THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 9 1904 i v HU?'' ; . . firfNaagm eMt es O909 9eaee8ce&tfoa(aBceaaGtea&aeoenei3o Muaay water s Prevents our being abh to make our work come u to our usual high standard this week and wo respectfully ask our patrons that they bear with any deficiencies in this respect. It is our misfortune and not our fault and we promise good work as usual when the water clears up. 1 San Angelo Steam Launday 0. Pearson of Ballinger was hero last woolc. C. .1. Gilliam of Ballinger was here Thursday. -Got a bottle of genuine Old Crow from Eddie Maier. 20tf J. T. Garrett was here from Knickerbocker Thursday. 0. L. Snyder was in from tho ranch soveral days last week. -Go to tho Burton-Lingo Co. for choice lumber at lowest prices. Prof. .1. B. Smith of Christoval was here Friday. W. W. Carson of Sherwood was hore Thursday. -Now spring millinery low in pric...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 9 June 1904

?'- ?1i". 1 - "TJWl " .- .. '-vs-''it SAN ANGELO. TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 9 190 fftpmtrrfr tlpr IV THE SAN ANflELO PRESS ? . - n ii ! - I'!' i '' 1-1 If tl JV .-.-' Heard on the Street f. usnmA AVcgclablc Preparation Tor As- similating UicFood nmlltcdula- ling tlicSloinnclis and Bowels of Fromolcs Digcalion.Cliccrfu!- ncssnndRcsl.Conlains neither Siitwi .Morphine no r Miner u 1 . OXTtMlCOTIC. nKiftafoun-swunnraw lmpkn Sent' A tx Sennit Jtlfrrmutl - lit CartvruiM'lattt Sugar IliAltyrrm fTanr. Aperfccl Ilcnieily forConstipa Hon Sour Stomach Dinrihocn Ur)rins(onviilftionsrcvensl ncss nml Loss OF Sushi1. I'nc Simile Signature of NEW YOHK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature A Y Jr F In Ose or Over Thirty Years tiii. thi ocrtTAun lOMpinr mw tor city. pnmmmnmimtimmimmiimimmmmmmmmimi! I Wool Gt owe rs CONSIGN YOUR WOOL TO 3 jGeo. Richardson J g Wool ommission Merchant g San Angelo Texas i iiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii.iiiiiimsiiiiiaimiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

.i f t The Press1 Platform Is A "Greater San Angelo." ii i i-ii-i am 4&pufiis f i i-h?i-i iB VOL 8. NO 24 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904. Metered In the Hun AriMcIo l'oat Offllco Sccoml-i')aH tnitll mutter lii 't'cisii D. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER A baking powder of highest class and highest leavening strength. Makes the food purer sweeter and more wholesome Tested and Approved by the Government TALKING ABOUT US Private Moiling Cards. Editor Press Dear Sir: The following information is given for the benefit of those us- ing private mailing cards or post cards : Tho law oilicor of the Post Olliuo Department lias ruled that cards issued by private persons bearing on the address side the words "United States of Amer- ica" aro in "likeness or simili- tude" of the regular United States postal card and therefore in violation of law and unmail- abln. But in order to givo own- ers 'if inch cards reasonable time to dispose of those on hand the Department has in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

-T" "TV'" irajwrawgyai .. . r... .Mi . . - 'l '?'7"It . ?5?M.t--'r- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904 o 1 " ! Jyl!lfiiKilWTl'J afflr MHBWMf it. SB 3r jpjji .- it ' 81" It i vJ FOURTH OF JULY San Angelo Will Ccle'orntis the "(Ho- rlous Pourlli" In Host of Style. Everybody should remember to celebruto July the fourth tho groutest dny in I In- history of the American nution and also hear in mind that we carry the lariat and moot complete stock of Har- ness Saddlery mid horse goods found west of Fort Wortli. Wo iiIho carry everything usual- ly found in mi up-to-tliite Sad- (ilory and Harness house and respectfully request our out-of-town friends to call and look ever our stock when in the city. 1$ 0. Amcxandku it Co Manufacturers of the celebrated Concho Stock Saddles. West Texas Press Association. An organization of tho editors of West Texas seems near at hand lacking only a time and a place to meet to perfect that organization. Wnyluncl of TluSun Angolo Press...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

IVJM .am... i2isrisi!r . WTpf&V- n' T1 jftff'" yv i $. fcHfsr-; lWww' Ppy.fPPflf.!gPP'Wf mft.i) '' " - y to "'r:i"SrWy''r' nf""Fi " "pTK4J(J ' ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 10OI W .'JmSHIII iim i-"rrwMMBMBMBPr"' ' r Xl r r MJIlHJUllMlllBHII.1. " ' ' 1 Y STOCK NEWS Market Letter. Special to the I'rev: Kansas City' Mo. Thursday Juno Nth 1001. Receipts in Qunrantino Diviaion hero this week were not iib heavy as lust owing to the crippled mil road conditions curly in the week in- cident to Hoods. The mnrket hus improved n little for the bust grades of fed steers. Grass stuil" unless of the best quality is no better and the common to medium grades especially she stuff nro lower. The supply to- day wuh the best of tho week at 40 cars and included somu of tho best cuttle that liuve been hero lately. Top price quoted was $4.80 but unother drove Hold ut u bettor figure without permission to quote. Cows have sold up to S4.25 for the best fed stuff. Grass Bteers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

. tfftlw L.- MT&ZEE! 1 I. ij.i riteummmi a- a"W:T- iy ff'wv'nrw lf rtr ' tl -iJi THE SAN ANGELO PRES5 SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904 MMMjHaBfTrif!"' JWf'f MHHMR! in - H THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwh l' iper of iitul for u Kruutcr Him Ank'elo WAYI.ANl) & STKUTHIsRS I'ulilislicrs. Subicriptlon Price 81.50 a Year SAN ANGELO TEX. JUNE IG 1004. A Talo of 'I wo Cities Thoro are two towns in Central Texas which for certain purposes might serve as excellent object lessons for Hun Angolo. No names will be called. One of these towns existed before tho railroads came. It was the seat of government for its county. It had many natural advantages over tho other town in the way of water power variety of resources age capital etc. The second city sprung into ox- istenco on a buld prairie at the junction of two railroads one of which branched from there into tho golden west. This town had nothing on which to baso its hopes for a glorious future except tho pluck and energy of it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

- ." .wppiinwpwiiijj rw1r.-v!r. iry'L tr wyjiwftr TyyyMf THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904 wmmmamm s 'rim DR. E. L. BATTS. Ofllco and residence Latulon Hotel. 000 'PllONK Co.VXKrTIO.V8. L. W. BAYNE M. D. PHYSICIAN AND 3UIUIE0N. SAN A.N'GBLO TEXAS Office: At Central Drugstore. Residence : London Hotel. Plione 20. M. M Woodward. II H.Tjylor DRS. WOODWARD & TAYLOR Physicians ..- Suuoeons han angelo. texas Oflice over . Store. John Harris's Drug DRS. LOVE & GORMAN Dentists SAN ANOELO Ovoi' Findlutar'a. TIAaS Phone 1S5 Q E. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON GYNKCOrOOIST. Ofllco atConrtnl Drue Store. Ileal- denco West Twohlg Ave. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY )R. H. WIGGINS Dentist Gold Crown and Brldjjo Work Solon- tlflcnlly done Olllco uo stairs In the Phono 135 Mava building DR- W. A. CANNES General Medicine Ant Surgery Office Mays Building up stairs Residence Angelo Heights. Residence phone 2!)4 Olneo 320 San Angolo Toxas. HRS. MARBERRY & COOPER SAN AN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

... i m.' itJi ..- PfJWfWgTgByjIW P-' rV fj fwef JW?J::?FtT T-y. -jJMft.1 Jt J- U .. . tss-l. - --- xJ&&ju. . ' irSJ'MM THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904 QjffiMjiJwpiiiwi' " ' " ""'r BjjfrK jiauwi38Sf yT ! ' ' ' J 1 raws The Star Salooi) Most Pleasant Place Best Brands of Goods Most Reasonable Prices gfl Child boil I'no 5g Struct mi M SOCIETY. & Monthly Club Dnncc. Tho regular monthly dance of the San Angolo Club took place hi tho BpucioiiH Club Rooms in -tho Schwartz building last Thurs- day night. TIiuhu monthly dances nro anticipated with pleas- ure by tho young pooplo of tho Club and are always vary pleasant affairs. At this dance a goodly array of beautiful ladies and handsome young inuti were pres- ent and a most enjoyable evening was spont. Among those present wore: Messrs. and MesdameH C. E. Stowu and Kred Wear. Misses Charlotto Sherwood L it r I v n e Hudeon Jennie Lynn York Julia May Kiggs Mary Cunningham Helen Leo Kossio Grace and .No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

lRiWKff2fSSTIISr 2!t'WTrrf -TVr' y-jwpssprFTWwfPK I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904 H Notions This department we always keep up to the standard. A great manv times you find something in our Notion Department you fail to iind in other stores. Our Hosiery Department can't lie beat. A beautiful laco hoso full sizes good color 2 pair for...2oo Received for this sale 20 dozen lace hose assorted patterns full run of sizes cheap at 25c but to start the sale otV we will offer them as long as they last 5 pair for SI. 00 Many other styles and prices. Many styles m tho tan ho9e. Mid-Summer Clearing Sale Our custom of having Mid-Summer Clearing Sales established years ago will be followed this season. We have many broken assortments to dispose of and the price cutting knife has gone deeply. The ladies of San Angelo and West Texas will find the bargains here up to their usual high standard. m l K. -X V Notions Received for this sale 100 pieces ribbon assorted colors a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

m CLARK T Tr t Am qt nT m H m start- the sale ott iiu win otter l to ui&pose or anu tni San Aneelo and W arb -J V J. J T J J J. S I V m MamHathem as 101m n 3. tiiey iasi 1 ""WHA1inAl Supplement to Cfc San Qnado press Vol 8 San Angelo Tom Green County Texas June 16 1904 No 24 o be held at !l$rd day of k a. 111. for Allies News. Miles .McsciiKcr. Wiiliutii Gentry of Sun Angolo was 11 visitor hero this week. Fred Gorbor of San Angelo is hero on business this week. . Mim Ivy Currier of Angelo. is visiting her sister. Dr. G. Nibbling made it Hying visit to San Angelo Friday. Alius Annie Ohorrainp of San Angelo is visiting friends 111 Miles tliiB week. Miss Francis Lagini: was visit- ing friends in aim Angelo Inst week. H. B. Stone and R A. Terry of Hal linger purged 1I1 rough here Saturday en route fur A uelo Just as wo go to jm'i'-s we hoar thai C. C. Culwell. .1. II. I l.-rn-doii and W. (. Kuvkendall eon- template building a ba?ohall pane Claud Story S. .1. l-ugli-e Sid Powell and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 16 June 1904

Av THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO- TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904 M.MiiiiMMBIpiiW- 4H&"' " !' 8 wm wmmm"Tm"aTmmmmm!?777y7 i'iiiii i ""I "''""": M"" f-". '. h m n i . P i. H J 4 1 m fJHHHHKSnHMHHHflHHHHHIHMHHHHMIHiHHHHH vi9: snv 's Ib-. 1 H ! 91 Vll S r? Tho Kind You Have Ahvnys in uho for over 30 yenr.s and i&jtyi0L noiml supervision hIiico Its infancy cUCUi Allownooiiotodccoivoyoiiln this. All Counterfeits Imitations mid " JuHt-nH-gool"uro hub Experiments that trlllo with nml endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Cnslorlu Is u harmless Hiihstltuto for Castor Oil Pnre- Koric J)rops mid Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic NiihHtuuce. Its ngo Is its guarantee. It destroys AVornm and allays Fuverlshiicss. It 'iires Diarrluuu and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Itowels giving lienl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

tyfflSM ' ' vw'Tf"'-' J i " T "- mi rrT-wv ywg.-y w'si'Wf'fvr'f fWVmsp'femriMt tap The Press' Platform Is A "Greater Seam Angelo. SF ' M JW LO P i VOL 8. NO 25 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904. Kntrrcd In tlic Sad Angelo Post OlMcc Second oIivks mail mutter SAN JPLJuliOOtt e & ? . (OB I BMWMM)UlMMailMllllJManWBBMIMMBPMIMa""" Mm f 'WjMmm mean m yots? mean HI Eiif i PR r's uori 3?btxr Mules arc Profitable. Following ure a few reasons given by a correspondent of Kan- sas Runner why furmiirs snould raise mules: 1. Thev ean be raised oln iper than any other stock. '2. They will go on the market much voiinger than any horse. !J. They can ho handled at 2 years old und if properly man- aged will do as much work as a 4-year-old horse and ho the bet- ter for it. 1. They are less subject to dis- eases than any other stock and not liable to get blemishes by wire or otherwise. I have raised mules a number of years and never had one blemished but have had line horses ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

.--agm . jatii im IHr . - v1 ."fFl.t" 4 . f vlf llVW ri 4? f h r : THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 23. 1904 o SiPY1 ' " HI i JOHN HURRAH SHOT TclcRrnplis PrlcnilB llcrc 'Iliut It was an Accident and Only a SliKlit Wound St. Louis Mu. Juno 18 Zuali Mulhnll the noted frontiersman director of tin Cowbovs' Bund and Congress of Rough Riders one of tlio best known men in the West nliol and wounded three mon on Tin- 1'ihi' here tonight in mi ultoroution in front of Cum- mings' Wild West Show with which Mulliull is connected. Ah u result of tho shooting John Mur- ruli a cowboy is in Hi" hospital Buffering from ti serious wound in tho Htoinuoh; Frank Reed u sta- bleman iH wounded in tho loft wrist and ni'clc. mid a man named Morgan a bystander received a bullet in tho stomach. Morgan'H condition ih Haiti to be critical. Mulhall in under arrest at tho World's Fair iiolico Htation. Zaoh Mulhall ih tin; father of Bessie and Luoilo Mulhall thu young girl steer ropers who aro ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

iffm i u '" ' 7-' "" r 7W -wi mini v qwifH' -'Tt.smww.pi ? K . rjj-p.jp T..T -wffj .r --. M$k "V vjFjgje prr v(jp fywTfWf j - J"TW J- - v V -" r;'ffw'f y!f 'ffppr . . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS! THURSDAY JUNE 23 1004 1 f ) "1 tfi- r tp--yy& ;((' ( " ""'BB JlwBS jir'r' .i lewwrm . " . ! ' ? "i " '? r 'J News c the Diaanond Thnt Wednesday's game of bull between the Templo and San An- gelo teamB was a good one is proven by the record. Up to the fifth inning it was a shut out game. LawBon for San Angelo scored in the f i ft.li and Nichols for Temple came home in the eighth. At the close of the ninth iimiiiir t'lin Hrmrn u'iir 1 to 1. Vance had thrown his arm away in Ins snlondid efforts to win this game and wuh "to the bad" in the ninth. Tomplo scored three times in tenth shutting San An- gelo out. Wednesday's oamk. Tomplo an r IjIi po a 4 2 0 0 4 f) 0 o :"i lurner bb 5 0 NicholB b....5 2 HaiiBon. cf 5 1 Rogera If 5 0 Mills lib 5 0 Brice. rf 5 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 10 SteveiiB lb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

X tWftilWHro rmn f;Vri!f3S!ii y't'-.f i'"'""' St 3 V . T r . v rprsf r WV ? ' . THE SAN ANGE1.0 PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904 -awWPSJPbPBp pfprapffJ?TO ' H I ifi.V l It i ' I t i t IV. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwh Imt of .ml for u Krculi-r Sim AiikcIo. WAYLANU & STRUTHURS Publishers. Subscription Price 51.50 a Year SAN ANGELO TEX. JUNE 23 1004 West Texas I'ress Association. in response to the nmiiy re- quests from thh editors of WcBt Texas anil to tlio end tlmt tho or- gunizution of an uB3ooiution of Wost Texus newspaper mon bo perfected tlio editor of tlio Proas respectfully request's tlmt a meet- ing of nil those interested in tlio movoinont lio held in Sun Aiigolo Toxaa on Friday and .Saturday July 22 and 2!l HUM und asks that tlio following naniod gentle- men consider themselves appoint- ed a committee to proparo a pro- gram for the occasion viz: Ilorvoy F. Maya of the Hannor- Uullotin Hrownwood. J. M. AdaniH of tlio I'ioneor- Expnnont Comaiiclie. AiiBt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

bP$ !5wV'WVVls3' "T('A' t ' - ( ' 'f y - -j-.--- 'ifLnfyrn-'w.mw' ''mfWWW-''T' Y '-'-' w y'r-'r-''VB-i'ipspf r ?Jlp$ rf--rV (?'.fn4T.f 'rt.TT "" ' ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904 SraBWS. IS.?. . n- JYfcJCaWM ' ' ft 1 O '' ' - t V i t DK. B. L. BATTS. Oflice uiul residence Lnndon Hotel. obM Those Connections. L. W. BAYNE M. D. PHYSICIAN AND 31'ltOEON. BAN ANGELO TEXAS Office : At Central Drug Store. Residence : Lnndon Hotel. Phone 20. DKS. LOVE & GORMAN Dentists STOCK NEWS SAN ANOKLO Over Flndintcr'a. TIAaS Phono 135 Q E. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON GYN.lCCOi.OGIST. Ollico atCcnrtal Drug Store. Resi- dence West Tnrohlir Ave. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY )R. H. WIGGINS Dentist Gold Crown and Bridge Work Scien- tifically done. Phono 135 Offlco uu etalrs in the Mava building QR. W. A.OARKEti General Medicine Ase Surgery Oflice Mays Building up stairs Residence Angelo Heights. Residence phono 291 Offlco 320 San AiiroIo Texas. HRS. MARBERRY & COOPER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

V 1 uumi mill HiTl" " ' ''. -w - - rrr- - - - W'"WBWIW"lllirW. ' " " yffHPiWig ypgwm jwwap?py1Bf z- l11 -.' 1 1' r "j ' . . k. '- v r "fr -wj r- T-w-if r- -v "? - rf ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS" SAN ANGELOl TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904 .mgmmmsmiffmm ? ertWrowHe7!r v ' - 7' " ' 1 -- ' 1 I Ir. ! ' . 0 r I " ft ' I vvJ A "Bargain in Tarm Lands 2200 acres adjoining Sherwood county sout of Irion coun- ty l-5ths good tillable hind part could bo irrigated About two miles front on Spring Creek plenty of ever- lasting water 2500 to H000 hearing pecan trees Good bonne well etc. I'rice S7.00 per acre This ih ii bargain and will only bo on the market a few weeks. Anply to Judge W. II. BLANKS Sherwood Texas or to BROOME S FARR Land Agents SAN ANGELO TEXAS DEATH ROLL t Prank Gibbons' Death. DelKlo Hi-rnM Last Saturday night Frank Gibbons a trusted ctnployo of Smith (fe Hamilton was found dead in his tent at the sheep camp iu Cnrtor's Vulley. Ho had beon around during the day apparent- ly in his usual h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 June 1904

1 - i y" 5F- -rT "" " fT f.WfTF'?' f -f-i! mrWflE"""' FTTfT' f$$W ' '-!HraB 7 ' ' ? I - THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 23 190-i When You Want ICE CREAM Whether by the gallon or by the saucer remember that the kind I make is the purest and the best Every modern con venience for making and only the purest crctmi USCQi t n . I JohnFreeland . G. S. Williamson was here from the ranch Friday. Wesley Litt wus iti from the ranch the lattor part of the week. -Get your engagement ring at Hoald's leading jeweler. .ToeWilkins of Bronte wa9 hero Saturday. Sam Ogleaby and wife of Sher- wood were in the city Thursday. -Fresh vegetables received daily at J. D. Rawls" 19-tf MiflB H. Lasker of Sherwood was hero Friday. M. Seitz and wife were here from Sonora Friday. -Smith & Robertson reliable lumber. Goo. Hamilton was here from Sonora Friday. ChaB. A. Ilybum was in from Sherwood Friday. -If you want hay call 22(5. J. C. Woodward. Postmaster Phil Pernor of Ozona was in tho ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 23 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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