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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 June 1904

"FIT" Tr,i?v,,.'- TWTTn!rVVM!ttraw 1 " .. ,1 1 i r T?'t!;!YT''a?WT"?$ f ! " , i ' '"' " .' 4, v v -"SfcrcMJ"- vr yvwHQsi ',- i, " 4' nftv "W TTho Press Is A Newspaper, Not A, Rolitiool Orcein. ., m VOL 8, NO 26 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1904. Hntrredlnthc 8ni A nuclei I'oit Onilco Buuund-olnkxtimll m niter ''Nf. BOND ISSUE CARRIES . - -.- -NnfWJF" ' ,wryw?ff - f-WW-- 'iS'wKpafff 'i JlEBi ' 3a3 1HE 1 LIKE A KING RICES Creami Indispensable in making finest breads, biscuit and cakes. The greatest culinary help of modern times. Young housekeepers find the beginning of their success in cookery in its employment. Voters of the Cltv Declare in Pnvor of Issuing $30,000 School Bonds. Tliu election Inst Tliiirsduv was nn exceptionally quiet one. Com parutively few votes were polled and not much interest wns shown, except that those who favored the proposition went to the polls nnd enst their ballots. The count showed thnt OSlvotes wore polled in favor of bond iss...

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. — 30 June 1904

X r jSspR- 7 vTTBHsrnTPS., ,,-.-. '- r-"1 ff rV, H - f ty - Kjg"7'' fe WJ THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE JO. 190-1 K,v nf n v IV- 5 i i ! I It's Blue. Blue - UINO - Blue Extra Light WeightsThe Price Raphael Clothing Co: Exclusive Men's Store STOCK NUWS Stock Shipments. FIIIDAV JUNK 21. Tom Davis, of Irion county, shipped 200 tut cows to Kansas City. Jolm Konnody shipped 2 card nuittoiiH to Kansas City. II. L. Curutlioi'H, 1 cur muttons to St Joo. Will Noelko cars nuittoiiH to Kansas City. C. A. Murkwood 2 earn mut tons to St. Job. Claude AiiHon 2 earn fut cattlo to St. Louis. J. It. Day I cur horsoi to Tom )lo. Monday, Junk 27. C. Huoy, 1 oar sheep to St. Joo. It. 0. Logan, 1 car sheop to St. Joe. T. .1. MoOill, 1 oar sheep to Kansas City. 0. II. l'owcll, 1 car calvus to Kaunas City with Vi. Worth privilege. II. S. Winslow, 1 oar sheep to Kansas City. Situation llt'ComliiK Serious. TIio ranjje situation in tins mi-j nu'diato vicinity ia becoming Keri oii3, m...

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. — 30 June 1904

- -sv , . ;rw, 'P?: y-n fy "v ' '-r . y, "f tTf r y "fiTlnyxi V,'W7,Jf'',7fiF'' TJW-J' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THURSDAY IUNE 30 1904 . ? v BlnlNRKJftjr&tXih '?ro'K?iMW5 fetaHD 3 -,m I i , Death to ; i Screw Worms! 1 GONGMO - . WORM 1 8c Klbb&Ri s i : s It kills (Uick us chloroform, 8 ami is u great deul cheaper Heals the wound nnd keeps 2 ofl' the (lien. Those who have used it pronounce it S the bust tiling of the kind g they liuvt tried. Made and e sold only by the 8 X j Concho jj Drug Store, f .tigossceee oeon sac ua sots S TEXAS RELICS SAVElT San Ancc lo Man Guards The in livery Article Is Kcturncd to Uwner. Ft Worth i:uuril. St. Louis, June 24. An ollioiul bullotin issued tonight by the World's Fair Pres9 bureau is as follows: The burning of the house of lloo-Iloo created excite ment in the Texas building, where in the north point of the building was collected the most complete display of relics apper taining to the lepublic of Texas that has over been br...

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. — 30 June 1904

4t. ?"; n?.- fo, .w ' v'-wr prpv 'WHTO JWT? T i , 're '! " TTV-wpsw"- .r j fir , ; 'r'?V""' ' ' " - t"; "" ' " t' if" '' ".J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE JO. 1904 fir r ' -Is it m& i ? . i V- 5 ; IK:, : THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwm luicr if und for a Rru.iter Sun AtiKcIo, WAYLAND & STRUTIIURS, I'ulillslicrs. Subicrlpllon Price 81.50 a Year SAN ANGELO, TEX. JUNE 30, 1904, Tlioso (loot! Old Days. "Tho happy-go-lucky days havo gone und linvi' gone forever." IKxtrnct from I) K. W;IIbh Interview Mi ii Kucuril rt'iMirtcr And why shouldn't the huppy-go-luoky days be gone? No pro gross comes of such un oru. No cities are btiildod on happy-go-luckiness. No factories nro at tractcjd by hiicIi conditions in u community. The pooplo of West Texas should congratulate thorn- solvos tlmt wo have passed such u period in our history. San Angolo and Wost Texas aro of mucli greater importance in tho oyos of tho world now that this uoction has taken on a morn Bo...

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. — 30 June 1904

s-r ' sw tf, 4 . v ' K.:flr;''.:7j"?Wv" ', iK' V f s"f ' Si t -f-f! '-V -; ,. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 30, 190-1 n?l 'V "1 JSPTX fb '?xgfF J, M. WILLIAMS, M. D. PHYSICIAN A SUltflKON. Oflice : Harris's Drug Store. Residence North San Augelo. 'Phone SO. 2.v,.t ,hi DR. E. L. BATT8. Oilice and residence, Landon Hotel. too 'PHONE CONNECTIONS. L. W. BAYNE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND Sl'ltOEON. SAN ANOELO. TEXAS Okfiok : At Central Drug Store. Residence: Limdon Hotel. Phono 20. DRS. LOVE & GORMAN, Dentists, SAN ANOELO, Over rindlutcr'a. TLXaS; Phone 185 6( E. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SUUOEON, GYNAECOLOGIST. Ofllco atCenrtal Drui: Store. Resi dence West Twohlg Ave. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PKOMPTLY )R. H. WIGGINS, Dkntist, Gold Crown and Brldjjo Work Scien tifically done. Phone 135 OHIco ud stairs In tin. Mavs bulldlnp DR. W. A. OARNES, Genekal Medicine And SunoEHY Oflice Mays Building, up stairs Residence Angolo Heights. Residence phone 201 OIllco 320 San Angolo, Texas....

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. — 30 June 1904

mmiqi&Mmmpmiaumjmfi r-,iir;jfrm aifttflgfei ' i ir j" apt fflgy JWVMWP sia-, Mi 7. ,tf ,'. ' " ' " VF'i , '. ""(Ti'Tf - j THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO: TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30 1904 Hl IIBWIHI ' 1f-.- Tr "1 I ll. !' n i ' 1 i M 'Air mi M SOCIETY, i Dance at the Club. niorry company of vomit? poo- lo assembled ut the Sun Angelo Club rooniH Saturday night, for u danco in honor of Miss Nover moro Triiinor, of Muskogee, I. T., and Addio Wilson, of Bolton. Tliu ovening wiih spout most plous nntly in dancing, social games and convorsution. Those present wore: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wear, Mra. AlHtin, Misses Nevermore Trainor, Addio Wilson, Julia May Kiggs, Helen I.ee, Lurlyno Hud eon, Jennie Lynn York, Jessie JJarko, Mary Bland Millspaugh, Messrs. Hush Hamilton, 1) C, Alexander, Si Hodges. Will Edo, Phil Leo, Win. McKellar, Ernest Hamilton. Kalph Wallace. Lee Woodward, S E Gantt, T S Sharpo, 0 T Owin, Poroy Baker, A II Buries, Albort DoBorry and Mr. Lewis, of Coleiuan (iorlinm-darrctt....

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 30 June 1904

i'it S&JQVi i Wr.",'" rT.; TOlfV J""- 'i Tjj mj .c .'t?1Sr''V'" '- fWttf THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 30. 1904 7 iiMHmf'rasHH 'l'SBfeTOM t 'nTfirffrTTiWBTt JPPtf ;. ' ' " s-wffw 1 I 1 y j i Weaker I Makes the use of disin fectants and parasite killers very necessary to Stock Raisers, re W'o liavo all sorts of Ointments, Salves, and Clilorotorm in bulk, and Stock Powders of all kinds. The BEST DRUG STORE j . is the one which takes best care and give3 best attention to prescrip tions. In this feature wp lead while others follow. Lee Wilson s g Drug Co, For Public Weigher. W. II. Nesmith authorizes tho Press to announce his candidacy for the ollice of public weigher of Precinct No. 1, Tom Green county, subject to the action of tho democratic primaries. Mr. Nesmith is tho junior part nor in the Chadbouri'e street grocery firm of Nesmith & Son, and is a deserving young man, well qualified tn perforin the dutifs incumbent upon the ollicn ho seeks. He resp...

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. — 30 June 1904

r,"""v.W! 3iUHffilH9HHHHVHMBOTnHE?GXisF'.-7j''a. -;J?!i4rMTw5g5e Bf R THE SAN ANoELO PRESS.F SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30 1904 '''? " ' I iwivMiiaiMvii ix w , r i v ' k i i i ' ORIENT SEEKS PURCHASER Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and which linn been, in iiho for over JJO yours, lias homo tlio Hlgnntnro oL J? - mid lias boon iniido under his pnr- s j-j(Afl'ftfL'A .sonal NiipurviHloii hIiioo lis Ini'miey. fayy, -CccSdlt Alloiv no one lo jloool vo you in this. All Counterfoils, Imitations and ".Tuxl-fis-good" nro lint; Experiments that li-lllo with and endanger tlio health of Infanta and Children Experience against JO.vperlnient. What is CASTORIA Cnstnrla Is a harmless Hiihstitiito i'or Castor Oil, Pare goric, Droits and Soothing .Syrups. 11 is l'loiisnnr. It contuiuH neither Opium, IWorphliio nor other Narcotic HUhHtauee. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Foverishuoss. It cures Diarrlneu ami Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatio...

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. — 7 July 1904

, i nun WITH rtlnMMtoWiWM, 3 .'Ti"5?Tirrv''"i"v-'t7ray jlHmi 7 'TfWryw .' ' ,1 . " ' " ' 'J', Tho Press Is A Newspaper, Not A Political Organ. ' r -. ANGELO PR '! Jul A if tfCl VOL 8. NO 27 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904. Knti'rcdln tin' Sun Anxrlo I'ost OfHIco affonu-oliii.Mniillinnttcr 77, igP 5535Sa' .1' i T (LT Hi ',. p' That Hudspem Petition Again. In the ln9t issue of the Sun An gelo Standard there appeared a letter to the voters of the 102nd Dittrict, as follows: to thk vomits or 'NIK 102ni in:i'- ItKSKNTA'NVi: IHSTKICT ! Having been un article in the San Angolo Press that the 150 signers to Olaudo Hudspeth's peti tion, or endorsement, wero not voters in Crockett county, wo Want to state emphatically that wo know personally every man on that endorsement and know them not only to ho voters but also know them to ho composed of the best citizenship of Crockett coun ty. Furthermore, Claud Hudspeth will carry Crockett county by a vote of two to one and...

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. — 7 July 1904

-T-A1 IHIIflBBDHiiH'S V"fc,'7!i S-WSj i '.'A. '' . '. s 1 V ,''-,- ! w -, ' "-J"f r l.TOT7flrgpip?- T's-'2-Saj--6l,(6'fli.-",irV!."'" V, v.- , t" - v f -jr j,, i;jm;f. , -s THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904 LONE STAR AT ST. LOUIS (Continued from Page 1) iug hor needs tiny moro thun she is in oxploitiny hor advantages. AIho yon will In) informed tluit by a wiao provision of its constitu tion, Texus Iiiih endowed her schools witli u vast wealth of pub lic lands. In the forestry flection the stute overwhelms the spootu tor with a magnificent displuy of timbers. Attempt to figure the vuluo mid extant of this output and you become lost in u wilder ness of ciphers, iimi numernlH even unto the nth power. Then there in the state build ing There in perhaps moro gen eral untertuining in that live pointed Htruoture than in any other Htate building on the grounds. Visitors throng its corridors from the opening to the closing hour. There h much in it to hco. H'iHiik...

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. — 7 July 1904

: Tp " BJJJ Sgl'lfy TTTJf, MtMIMIMIWIMWWHMI fiJCClLII LU i Screw Worms ; GONG-HO 1 WORM I a: Klbb&R. It kills quick us chloroform, j and is a grout 1 e u 1 dumper. 2 Heals the wound and keeps f off the Hies. Those who S have used it pronounce it 2 the best thing of the kind they have tried. Made and sold only by the 8 i j Concho ! Drug Store, g Galveston Bar Indorsement. Jn view of the candiducy of our fellow citizen nnd member, Hon orable It. V, Davidson, for the democratic nomination tor the important ollico of attorney gen eral, we, as members of the Hitr of Galveston county, deem it our pleasant duty to commend him to the favorable consideration of the mouthers of' our profession and to the democratic voters of Texus in general. The man who (ills the ofllce of attorney general, in keeping with the record established by those who have so ably served the State in the past, must not only be an active practitioner of great ability and legal experience, but a profound lawyer, tho...

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. — 7 July 1904

. .. ,MBHP"'8B,ittfti . &- - -wWf ; i. y.liw ' t i.. V-kTfc ."4-"---fi,9fei i11 i 1 ' ' '""$$& '1 " i1 4 THE SAN ANGEI.O PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1904 V ikif -VV; .MHff"' SiV"fWW VF -is5W' 1 J. I Wfctfwr ' it?1,? ' '- , y 1 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A We-c-lily Nkwi I'lipcr of untl for . ifruutiir Sin Anxclo. WAVLAND& SIKUIIIIiRS, I'uhllslicr.s. Subicriptlon Price 81.50 a Year inwMj SAN ANGELO, TRX. JULY 7, 1904. Double Dolly IMsseiiRer Service. Tlioro urn rumors in railroiul circles to the efl'eet Hint it double daily passenger service for San .Angolo in being platitind. San Angelo ih handicapped for luok of raihviiv communication with the outside world. As fur an tlio long distance travel is coii cornud, 0110 tram a day iH amply stifliuiont to handle tlio business. Tliin is as true regarding IJrown wood and pniiitH beyond an it is of that torritory west of Urownwood. If that torritory on the cast end of tho branch needs a double daily passenger service h...

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. — 7 July 1904

&- .TMParijrriMaasa IX? ft " ry f WW! " ' I1 W"' H I j i I 'fr'lf UlU" 'iifiWW ' r jn.f-- - - .- " .' $? THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 7. 190-1 fc "'M,"?;"MJ!ziiH.MW!mqtwj iA'iBfcgMyaiOWfflWIWMWimiLiiiitfi SiiimJi J ihi. HWKphsWSEt'S'"' -- --Ty f t - t - -sr. .... rftf,wiia 'iwrF'rn.1 'Cd'i mt -,- 1 I i J, M. WILLIAMS, M. D. PHYSICIAN A: CltoK0N Oflice: Harris's Drug Store. Residonce North San Angelo. 'Phone 89. iviat p.i Dr. e. l. batts. Oilice and residence, Latidon Hotel. ooo 'Phone Connections. L, W. BAYNE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND "t'ltoEON. SAN ANGELO TEXAS? Office : At Cet.trul Drug Store. Residence : Liuulon Hotel. Phone 'JO. DRS. LOVE & GORMAN, Dentists, SAN AX0T.I.O, Over ''Initiator's. TEXAS Phone 183 Q)t E. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON, OYN-tKCOI.OOIST. 4 Oflico atCenrtal Dru Store. Resi dence West Twohlg Ave. ALL CALLS A NSWEHED PROMPTLY DR. H. WIGGINS, Dentist, Gold Crown and Bridge Work Scien tifically done. Phone 135 Olllco up stairs In ...

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. — 7 July 1904

v tfswfPjriipH vc7 Wv 'Vw J), TSTFT7?li9"SF$'jw THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUIA IB" flV..' , o pi I . 1 7 1904 . I- I CHURCH NOTES The services at tho Cumberland Presbyterian churoli Inst Sabbath wfiro more than usually interest ing. Miss Bessie Whitllold Hang the Twenty-third Psalm uh 11 Hold. Hor beautiful, oultivutod voice will 1)0 of material aid to the choir. Tho service wiib one of ingath ering in which fourteen wore add ed to tho church. Tho children's eervice at night was both plousunt and instructive. Regular services next Sabbath at 11 a. in. and H:UO p. in. Tho Junior C. E'h. of tho Christian church were entertained by Mrs. John Kelly at hor resi dence on Magdalon street, Friday evening from four to b!x. Tho happy faces, joyous flhoutH and jnorry games, fully attoflted tho appreciation of tho little ones. At f:l!0 refreshments, consist ing of delicious ice cream und caKO, were Bervod on tho lawn by tho hofltoBH, ably assisted by Mob dnmes Sponcu 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. — 7 July 1904

;W aiiTiMMMMegaiBflaitiHt&v, gwfflgftBnwrR-ij a - VI ' ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 7. 1901 iJff (V i Wanted ike Widow But the Condition That Went With Her Was Too Much From "l.ttler$ From n Son to III Hill Hade Fathtr," 6 Chnilr BuHnm lri rtman, aitnuirlng Lmlmtr i ' Li litis From a Stll Miiit llcrihimt lo lilt Sou Ptrtnlinlon of f.'oMnion, l.uit Comiiaiiy puhWthn tloslon Marriage In (lute does nut nppcl to me strongly I hope lo tiot ipiltf h number of speedy miles ulone befur I have to slow ilowti under double hitch. Nntutnlly, considering tin' fnet that I am your inn uud In view of your business, I hnve not I'smped h fiw nt tack of "enlf love" I suppose It li us Inevitable na the measles Tim worst caso I over bnfl was whnn In my first year tit Cuiiihrlrigu I ninde desperate love to tin- accompanist who banged the pliino for the glee club ie liearsuls She was ii widow with n small child, who nlwnys accompanied hor, nnd her desolntcness appealed tn t...

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. — 7 July 1904

,!BjaWtfBlflfJ0ttMMBJtmtgM mv W ' n jmBEEMWWK rmw' ' - " ' &srPSTT'7Ts3ipFaCTfr WiPHWWSlWffX. "'"' 'f "' "WHIP,'" f,j!rfP.;7r"5jr?iEJ7rfft' SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUL 7 1904 Y 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, Vi HHIiHHHStHflH!HBMflfEV3KHHnflHlWBHHVHHIBflHH99flflniHEiHiBflHi iSEi!tisui&?j i 1UI . .. iJ - 1 AYcficlnblc I'r cpnmlionrorAs-slmnaliiigihcFooilnmlHcgiila-llng UicStoimicUs nml Dowels of Promotes Digcalion.CIiPcrlul-' ncasnndlfcst.Conliilns ncillicr ' Opium, Morphine nor Mineral. WOTKAltCOTIC. nKifitarou DrSMivanraim ZmyJim Stttl' stlx.Smrvt Inmint -III CdtxmlrSbia ,iufnr IfaktyfTm flaivr. Apcrfccl HiMueily rorfonsllpn lion, Sour Stotunch, I Jiarrlmcn Worins.Conviilsiotid.rcvensh lC3S mid Loss OF SLEEK Vac Simile Sitfnnlure of NEW YORK. HSaaHHWjraBSMiJ 1 Wool Growers Consign Your Wool to -Geo. JV0MM Wool Goijirjiissiorj Merchant, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. K. It. Jackson, President t 11 Twinii liv I'leMili'iil II II IImi. 1'iislilcr CfPITfL STOCK PAID IN SIOO.OOO.OO. NO 6H07. Int...

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. — 14 July 1904

fe. JHa- - ttmlf i ft,- ' 7"" 'aFjFT I'-!.'.-.' jmr?, f:.v.' Ml 4 .: k WEST TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION MEETS IN SAN ANGELO JULY 22 AND 23 T THE SAN ANGELO PRE VOL 8, NO 28 Lei jrigni lv4 Lrjr iiaitetuattr Afint RAPHAEL CLOTHING COMPANY. how to Succeed. Trulii Dispatchers liiilletln. Ono of the most serious draw backs any mini can have ih "lack of intoraBt" in what he does. Whether it bo pushing a wheel barrow or a pen, he can never bo a success without taking deep in terest in his work. The business man is looking for men who are capable of looking after the de tails of hit business, and his eye is quick to spot the young man who is putting his whole energy into his duties whatever they may be. It is the man who is not afraid ' of a little extra work, who stays after olliue hours if necessary, who is looking for chances to edu cate and lit .himself for a better position, that generally gets it. Do you ever see this voting man "out of a job? Do you find him kicking for more wages, or di...

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. — 14 July 1904

'"f ' . ' iUlM ilf fMWHI I ! I.I T-1H VMJ ;j-yi' ti'w i;p ' '' mrwl&M h ' & THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY, J4 1904 i West Texan Press Assoclntlon. The following program Iiiib boon submitted to t!w Press Iv Mr. .1. M. AiIuiiih of tho Pioneer Kxponont of Comanchu. Mr. AduiiiB iH one of the three gentle men to whom was referred the nmttor of arranging a program for the firrtt meeting of tho Woflt Texas Press Association. Tliifl meeting wilt lie held in Snn golo Friday and Saturday, An July 21' and -'15. PROGRAM. nitDAV AITKIINOON. Mooting called to order-at I :00 p. m. by V. I. Wuyland of the San Angelo Press. Organization of the West Texas Pro.ss Association. HATIIHHAV MOKNINO. Association will meet at '.l:!t0 o'clock. 1. "What the press can do to help build up West TexaH." W. I. Wuyland, Kan Angolo Press. 2. '"J'he Country I'Mitor, his opporitiuiticH and Iiih failings." Austin Callan of Doua South west Texan. Si. "Kstimuting," Horvoy F. Mayes, Itanne...

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. — 14 July 1904

fjJ-W. Hfy v": ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS,' THURSDAY' JULY 14 1001 Judge Parser of New YorK; Ex-Senator Davis of West Virgiria eo,ii,i1. I forth n d"iii'.ulriitlon whlrh Miy whlrh 1 1 r notloil If l).)iil Oximi.yer of Kanvi nomi nated tiriu-nii Nnu A Mile, These Men are the President and Candidates Chosen for Vice-President by the National Democratic Party. Proceed ings of the Convention at St. Louis. Dettioi ibtli: mnvi'ii Ion i-khu tit I! Wedneid.iv. Th" Mxiio-dlliiii bulldltu: on Ollv slK-ct wus Hi" ni'-ciliii; il." e Selected. Thin MHIIINl"! building win tin Men u for all wIidoi liilcil ii centered In the rum nlliiii S" ii'x of activity h.til h..n n,iofHifi fioni hotel in thin oni) I.UIIIIIIOII iiolnt Cm -rldom of thi' foiun-r, uIikiWm for erul d.iys all had tn-rii cxi.lleiiieuL. w.in deeited huon uflci the imoiiiIiik Iionik Long hcfoif III" ilunm mvuiiK .ii"ii vast crowili thtoui.'.! (he Mi-.t In the vicinity of llie i tin I n iiii.ui'' in the exnimlllnii hiillil...

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. — 14 July 1904

VWU'W'-w'S '" ",; "'; fmj.'vi '-iht: THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY J I. 1901 4 Ws M i t J .? THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. V Weekly Nw. I'jpir or ul 'r n reulcr ha Ancclo. WAYI.AND& SIRUIHIiRS, Publishers. Subicrlptlon Price ll.$0 Vear fig SAN ANGELO, TEX. JULY 14, lJ04. A Statement Hint Cuts No Ice. Ho ninny friends of the editor of The PreM Imvo asked why this paper doe not, n'futo Llic state juout carried ill tin head of Hip first pugu of tli" Standard, that it seems u statement from The PreH is really iloHiralilo. To those who liuvit ho kindly con mdered Tlio Press in Huh particu lar it would iiiiy That Tlio Press hm all along considered that the Standurd wuh running that lino because tlio editor of tli" .Standurd wuh a can didate for favors at the hands of Wjflt Texas' democrats and was thus declaring the political sta tus of the paper for tin; guidance of liifl constituency. While Tlio I'ro93 know that its contemporary wuu knowingly overdrawing the Hitiia...

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