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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 July 1904

'.sTfW'JSv. V ' lM f . !. '. ?7.,i.. i.$M JJ 'l -fFrc" "l"' J"""""lsWssWBi I f I J, M. WILLIAMS, M. D. I'HYSIOIAN SUIUIKOtt. Oilice: Harris's Drug Store. Residence North San Angelo. 'Phone 8U. A lit 11 Dli. E. L. BATTS. Oflico mid residence, Liuidon Hotel. ldo 'PlIONK CONNECTIONS. L, V. BAYNE, M. D. I'HYSIOIAN AND hUUOKON. SAN ANOKU) TKX.S Okvice: At Central Drugstore, IlKHtDENCE Lundon Hotel. Phono 20. DUS. LOVE & OOHMAN, Dentists, san anoi:i.o, Over Finrtlator's. tkxas Phone 185 (Jt E. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. GYNKCOT.OOIST. OiT.co ntCcnrtal DrtiK Store. Resi dence West Twohlg Ave. ALL CALLS AKSWKKK.D PROMPTLY DR. H. WIGGINS, Dentist, Gold Crown and Bridge Work Scien tifically done. Phone 135 Olllee in) stairs In the Mavs building QRS. MARBERRY & COOPER SAN ANGELO, 'TEXAS, Olfice over Concho Drug Store. Reaidenoos . Dr. Cooper. Phono SO. Dr. Murberrv. Phone 91. Dr. Buchanan, SPECIALIST. Practice limited to Diseases of the S EYE, EAR, THROAT. Glasses Fitted. PUoncs: ...

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. — 14 July 1904

.-! ,, .&& FZ .'.Wi At SCS" - - ' -ar" . MJjUHifiilTT i? h ill r.i.:r,,jLjacBr:aHHg3Hvj-Aataaw-;iwgvg ,jauvr a.ia ?,! a rq?,V '-' Qt 6' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, )VL 14 1904 t, f ', i I t Ii r i ! i (. .v ,i i i i -i, M SOCIETY. ! Snn Angelo Club Dance. Another delightful informal duiico was hud at tlio Sun Angelo Club rooms lust Thursday night. This n flair wnH given in honor of tho visiting young Indies and a most pleasant evening was spoilt. Among those present worn: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stowo, Misses Lola Murch, Noll Edo, Lucilo March, Ethel Iloald, Blanche Mario Hull, Rossio Edo, Ethel Selkirk, Pearl Ilillis, Julia Mao ItigRB, Elsie Foster of Arizona, Kd DoBorry, Holon Loo, Qortrudo Snyder, Kathryno V. Noal, Cora Shorwood, of Gainosvillo; Messrs. G.Owin, S E Gantt, Leo Wood ward, Will Edo, Fred Wour, Vor jion Key, Robert Magrudor, Kalpli Wallace, Olnrondon Ions, Rnblo Ncoley, J. Curtys Sim moiifl, Milton Mason, 1'. E. West, Ilobt. Raphael, W. Carroll...

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. — 14 July 1904

Kfca ft . 2HES2Li THE SAN ANGELO r?RSS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY J4, 1901 2 , ' i FOR ORIENT CAPITAL Bonds Now Being Floated For Funds For Line From Guthrie to Fnlrvlcw. Guthrie, 0 T., July 11. Horace Speed, one of the locul directors of thu recontly churtored Guthrie, Fairview and Western railroad, todny stutes thu roud will be constructed beyond any doubt, the work to begin in the near future. Bepresentatives of tho company ure in Chicago, St. Louis and Now York Homing the bonds. The main backers of the road, however, ure the oflicers and diroetors of the Orient road, now building to the J'ucihY from Kan sas Oity. The now line has been surveyed from Guthrie westward 120 miles to tho Orient at Fairview, Okla homa. The purpose of the road is to place the Orient in direct connection with the coal bearing roads which enter Guthrie from tho east, the Fort Smith ifc West ern, Kuty & Frisco. From Guth rie the road is routed through Kingfisher and Watonga and it is also the pl...

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. — 14 July 1904

.MRHBIT ''frftn ..Anii.. . .a J7JHwJMIWrT''E, 8 ' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUL 14 904 K"FHMEXlnMIHHHHiMMHMKH'B'B'2 'O all TilBllll II The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, mul ivlitch lias liccn. in uho for ov(;r ,'JO ycar.s, lias lioruo llio HlKiinturo of and lias lyHW-JPs Honal Hiiporvlslon slnco Its Itifiiiicy. yf GisCC'Uwi Allow no ono todoccivo you In tliln. All Couiitorlolts, Initiations and "Jnst-as-ood" ni(? lint 2Sxioriiuonts that trillo with and ontliuicp tho health oi' Infants and Children Uxpcrlciico against K.viurhn:nt. What is CASTORJA Castorla Is a harnilo.ss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, IUorphlno nor other Narcotic Mihstaucc. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVorum and allays Fcvorishncss. It cures Diarrhuja and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation mid Flatulency. It assimilates tho Fond, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy a...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 14 July 1904

n . -pMwBy!; SwWHPBHIM'imW0 wWur9imM!HWmHiHKk UMMmIHBBH - np j7 ! '1 w v -- ' w. - i 11 II nnfti Stii i frii M!l 'TOBtaeaM t...'ci ft2firaHi I : i:irvf-ii . '- nn.'w .,. - V ' -grirra-r,i,l.T.,j., n iilym THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO'. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUL 14 1901 gsjBBtgpj ' ;-'", f.T rv :d m & , 9 Text ot the The Party's Declaration of Principles as set Vorth by the National Convention Held ' at Saint Louis. The Uemoi rntlc (iiirty of tli" United HtHtei In nalloriiil convention aasein Mptl iJeclutr Hi ilevollon to the ei-tt-iillal prlncliilei of the Democratic) faltli wlilcli tirliiRH lis members to Kttlirr In party communion. Under them local self-ovrnment and national unity and prosperity were nllke established. I thev undnrlnlil oil' Indenendence. the ! ittrii!lur of our frpp rpnulillc nnd evtry Detnocratlo exlr-tiBlon from Lou 'iHl.irnt to California and Texas to Ore , uni). which piescrvps faithfully In all the stjtes the tie between taxutlon and icinps"ntntloti. Th"y...

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. — 21 July 1904

f- ''" iVf$ fat vrw iS3 fJi'r WEST TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION MEETS IN SAN ANGELO JULY 22 AND 23 LO P VOL 8. NO 29 fT"'Tf.tv. SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1904. UnlrrcOlnthcSnn Arnfrlo l'ost Offlicc SeoeruJ cIhsn mall matter A 8 We Cater to the Accounts of the Working People, jj ORIENT WORK BEGUN. A J. VAKLR, Tresultnt W. P. VAK EK, Ass'i Cashier. I A. J. Baker. & JK, Bankers, Jj : -.. - - - g 9 SAN PINGLLO. TZXAS. 2 TUB ONLY PRIVATE DANK IN TOM GRCGN COUNTY All business enlriit"U in thin DinK is uncicr iiu suihtisiihi in wi- uonis iuivu nm'i "" ".v .: : m thprels no importunity for ourjihino to inNoiirrj Im-ciium- of M,in-onu llmllr.i! out C "lid ui iklnK I ubllo vour llnniielul rondltlon. Your Buslne.s Is as Private at If You J Yourself Were in Cbarae AKuIn our ILinhltiK Hmirs uro reusoniiljU- Open lit 8 2 In theinnrulniTntVil c?iln not earlier tlmn 3U to 0 l tin- uv,;nln Mui. A. rousis B ire our Sprciam v V muUo Monthly Statemeiits to cvur Uejiosltor o...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 July 1904

PJ- "H " "ijW'ncfi" lii$$!pri m-, ?' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY. 2 J 1904 f!-,SP' J !t!kMll?fwftllPlww--- ' ir1 w ll' y fWfWPPiWPIipPBBPppPjPBPMWWMJ- HUH) v v 1 STOCK NEWS S Decreased bltccp Shipments. Dr. W. M. McKollar, U. S. stock inspector, loft for Fort Worth Friday. Dr. Mekellar lias boon in Sun Angolo for the last throe mouths. Before louv itig Friduy lio obligingly K'ivo tho Press some (inures hh to the ship montH of h1ii'h( from this station. Tlioy uro iih follows: 102 oars of sheep, aggregating '181, 0(51 head wore Hliip)(!(l from this district over tho Santa Fo during 1WM. 1185 curd, 857,0 Hi head, worn shipped from San Angola alone. This shows it decrease in Suntii Fu MluptuutitH of nlioitt 00,000 head, iv vory largo per ceiitago. Dr. McKollar iittrilmtofl thiH de crease to 'the fact that thu lower rnngo country Iiub suflVred from drought and many sheepmen havo shippi'd their stull' over tho Southern Pacific. JIo uIbo says that ho Iiub found ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 July 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THURSDAY' JULY 21 mat I . 1 St 'iUI i fa W ...MitlwSUijiijier... CLEARING SALE Looked this week, judging from the enthusiastic purchasers who visited our storo, as if wo wore only beginning it, instead of being as it is only it its socond week. When we started out we intended to keep up this sale for two weoks, but wo know, from experience, that it is a pretty hard proposition to make peoplo understand that the same identical goods should lo worth more money the coining week than thoy were the weok past, and in order to avoid all misunderstanding on the sub ject and to more especially give to our friends in the country, who have not yot had an opportunity to benefit by tliiB Bale a chance to do so wo have decided to o o o . Continue This Sale the Remainder of This Month To make this coming week as great a success as the puB we have marked many lines of highly desirable goods, hereto foro not reduced c o o c o . o At Prices to Move Them at Once...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 July 1904

KSf ""fj " - THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY. 2J 1904 'mnasv.uA..v; - '. - , . . i.-. ..-- w.tJifAK, jiiaruKwwirvTi. aiWM w.- - iwiiii in mi mi h iiii ii hum iw ii aaTCTiU. ..a i. i jj 5b?. w i w r , i i jitiM J n MJwMtiwiiiii- ' '- ' "ffCTfffglSBESrff? SnBH&iSJIraHMtfHu?M vr irafflPIBwfflH 1 ' I I , fe ) ' i . 4, t I ( i I i..S m i1 r rri THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. Weekly Nkwi I'niiur if uml fur u tfroiituT b..n AiiKolo WAYLANU& STRUI'MUKS, Publishers. Subicrlpllon Price 81.50 n Year SAN ANfiELO, TRX. JULY 21, IU04. Improvement lite Watchword. Tliu grading of Beauregard untl Harris avenues with the graveling to follow will put these through faros in the very best of con dition. TIiphh streets will bn good for trnvol in dry weather nml good in wet. Thoy will be wo 11 drained and their surfaces will rcM(iiul)lu tnacada in after the gravel has heconu) beati'ii down The people living along thoso Htreots are largely responsible for tho good condition in which ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 July 1904

THE SAN ANGELO ?RESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY IULY 2 J, 104 J, M. WILLIAMS, M. D. l'HYMt'IAN A .XU1IUK0K. Ofl'ico: Hnrris's Drug Store. Residence North San Angelo. Phone SO. s5.1n.tni Dr. b. l. batts. Oflico and residence, Landon IIotel.ojo 'Phone Connections. L. W. BAYNE, M. D. I'HVSICIAN ANI SflUtKON. SAN ANGELO. TEXAS Office: At Central Drug Storo. Residence: Landon Hotel. Phone 20. DRS. LOVE & GORMAN, DKNTIST3, SAN ANOELO, Over Finrlliitui''i. TEXAS Phono 185 Qt E. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON, GYNAECOLOGIST. Oflico iitCunrtnl Drug Store. Resi dence Wcit IVoiilir. Ave. ALL CALLS ANHWEUEU I'KOMl'TLY )R. H. WIGGINS, Dentist, Gold Crown and IJrldgi Work Scion- tMcally done. Phone 1.15 Oflico up stairs In the Mavs building DRS. MARBERRY & COOPER SAN ANOELO, TEXAS, Oflico over Concho Drug Store. Residences. Dr. Cooper. Phone .so. Dr. Mnrberrv, Phono 01. Dr. Buchanan, SPECIALIST. Practice limited to Diseases of the EVE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Glasses Pitted, ('hones: Olll...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 July 1904

, . enfm 1 '"-' jij jwTm7! , M' 7W ,A wm I'u. '. . 'JA-.au. . j ' v:jw THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUL 2t 1904 MM I i fW'' '"' ! 6 ;i .32 i I ,'1 jjK I. I JfcS ONE MILLION ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE If you wish to know anything about San Angelo and the great Concho Country, write us, Wc will give you all information free, Wc represent ONE MILLION ACRES of this fine landvimprovcd and un improvcdvin tracts to suit the purv chasers, Write, CURRIER, THAMES S CO,, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS KmmmMmm?mmmm3km:wm -M SOCIETY, i Club Dance (or July. Tlio regular monthly club dance -occurred nt tlio San Angelo CI ul) rooms Thursday ovoniug hi the spacious San Angelo Club quar ters. Tlio all'air while formal was yet informal and was an occasion of much enjoyment to those who wore preHont, among whom were noted the following members of San Angolo's social set. Missos Elsie Fostor, of Arizona, Wayne Iloweth, of Gainesville, Seymouru Hives, of LaGrango, Annie DisBon and Ilortha Sohoor liu...

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 July 1904

fa 7.w,'j-?-'','X''''"1''T'' -Hf i x ''', THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 2 J mummwmmummmmmiMUM i b hi iijpm i i iMnwy rrflmfmrffOTFTr ' -" - r " - - -f- . t.wc- jraairvn3w - &s,z'flK?jAi3irra;TCam.'ra3iajii,jMiH'aHBHHiH - . . , . , - . .J.. . ,,. ..,;,, --''faimiiWIIJllltaBaWlMWpwWMWMPWlliMWWWp"MfiWW , 1904 7 Why Not Buy The Best IT'S MONEY IN THE END Our Line of SADDLES and HARNESS IS THL BLST Wo put nothing bub tho boat grade Eborhard Leather in our saddles, nnd Oak Tun nod Lcathor in our harness. Our prices nre moderate con sidering tho quality of the goods we oiler. Call in and see u. B. C. ALEXANDER & CO. Manufacturers and Dealers in HAR NESS, SADDLERY -Jackson it Murrah, Fire Insur anco. tf Will Gressett was up from Bal lingor Tuesday. Darling stoves, the best for tho money, at Hugelstein's Leo Hall, of Brownwood, was horo sovoral days this week. -Try our Iron Brew, it's good for you. Concho Bottling Works. Miss Lillian Koy returned Monday from ...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 21 July 1904

jJBiHBB5!2H5H89B82SHBBBIffi9BBB'',fflBlBBHHPB-"' jTi?' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO! TEXAS, THURSDAY, )UL 21 1904 ??. -"''5v?,?Wr'fwfT ''- -?- r ---, -'-lT Ty-frv ?rX'i "i i O '! t J ': ! ! (ftimimffl i WriJ 1 Wifiif'fi ! I W MilMASjMAiiJmlCijr W! AVtgclnblc FrcpnrntioarorAs similatiug ihcFooilniulllcrtiiln liiH UicStotnnchs and Bowels or Promolca Digcslion.CliecrHir ncssnndncsl.Conlnlns iK'lllnr Opium.Mornliinc iiorMineral. WOT'NAIICOTIC. fixifitaroUjrStiiVELPtKIIEIt lmyJtm Set" JlxSnvut lUk.lU.Ut- lit CutUtwkStxftt IllnfSffJ- hinlrtyrrm flavor. Apctfccl Remedy forCoitstip.i Hon , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Conviilsioiis.l'cvensh ncss mid Loss OF Slheh Facsimile Signnlure oT NEW YORK. jpfeimaaaigjsas EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. ftv- -n-ft Wool Growers Consign Your Wool to Geo. Richardson, Woo) Goijiijiissioi) Merchant, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. Oije Night To Lakeland J n us many lioiii'H us it once took days tho journoy from Kansas City to t lio cool lake re sorts of IllinoiB. Wisconsi...

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. — 28 July 1904

THE ONLY UNION PRINTING OFFICE IN SAN. ANGELO' Sj ' 1LJ"C7 CART AlUlCT tf" DDCCC 4 .VIV,0N - -BBBBBBBBB - : -A i ' - - - - ....... ... . . . i. - m a fl NO 30 SAN ANGELO, TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1904 HntcreainthoBBnAnwio Pottonieo ' , " ,' "" - i r . U jt m WEST TEXAS EDITORS. Meet In This City unci Perfect the Organization of n West Texas Press Association. Tho meeting of West Texas edi tors scheduled for Friday nnd Sat urday, July 122-2JJ, wits held at the court house according to the plans of the Committes on Pro grain, whese report was submitted to the readers of the Press in u previous issue. The meeting was called to ordor at 4:80 o'clock Friday afternoon. V. I. Waylund, of the San An gelo Press, was chosen temporary chairman, and J. M. Adams, of tho Pioneer-Exponent, Comanche, was chosen temporary secretary. A committee on permanent or ganization and order of business wbb appointed as follows: J. G. Murphy, San Angelo;P. E. Truly, Ralliimer? It. L Carothor...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 July 1904

t3St -'.J w V " ' .ITji f?U. SV ln ';-.. y?WWfflwllBBBP jBBftfcth 'pr5?w JMrrhrrrMrMrM9rlrM HHHH?dVnn9KrRSnPp' JThj . tW: J? SW3rtVvJ.PHlreWPw8WHWswP(v?jitfw.w nHlwWFf HWf ' 1 mmmmMSti " .H.,. 2" I ," ' s f J I tf . Sr";f'"'' s, f4, The People's Column r Another llailrond buxgcstlon. Editor Press. While resting at Aiihoii 1 mot Mr M. J. Healy, the promoter of the Red Hivor it Southwestern rinlrouil, a line which is intended to croon a very fertile funning Hection and owned by sniull farmers montly in quur tor and half sections, and to il hifltrato tho question, Joiicb coun ty raised in round iiumbcra 15,000 bulos of cotton last year, and here ut Anson, the county seat, with out any railroad, there wore pur chased from wagons 7,400 bales while at Stamford the terminus of tho Texas Contral Railroad there wore shipped over 2)5,000 bales. The road is projected to run from Abilene to Henrietta, where it has a connection with tho M. K. it T. Railroad which would givo it a through connecti...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 July 1904

-wpfc- '"PW.' !UJ " bPfl WWE -ft'fco-wj' w v;--? ? ",av "x? -- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY Si JULY 28 1004 3 ,7 K&- San Angelo' s Fall Carnival, , ,, The Dates Set for This Event of the Season are October I8th. I9th and 20th, and the Roping Contest Has Been Barred Poultry and Fine Stock Exhibits are to be Made Special Features. There will bo no roping contest in connection with tho Carnival thin full. Humanity and the stockman nre opposed to it and it is barred. ThiB decision was reached at a mass meeting at the Court House Tuesday night, at which tho lead ers in former contests und carni vals were present and wore tho leading spirits. John P. Loo pre sided. A. D. West was secretary. Mr. Lee, in speaking of last year's carnival, reported that $72S was on hand from tho previous year when tho carnival arrange ments were begun. $1010.50 was subscribed, $'101 obtained from Hale of privileges. SS-11 entrance fees, und S22117.0O gate receipts, making u total of S...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 July 1904

f HJIIPPI Ip ' Pi 'JfWfflWf i'i 1 p THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY. 28 1904 W4 H fr li I 1 i i i.L It"- B' THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nhws I'upur (it untl for n urc.ncr Ban Anitelo. WAYLANO& S1RUTHURS, I'ubllslicrH. Subscription Price 81.50 a Year SAN ANGELO, TEX. JULY 28 IU04, West Tcxns ns Shu Is. In u Hhort notion oT the vuriml ruBJiirce.H of tint various seutioiiH of tin) liOiio Slur Stuto, Wost Texas gots tlio following notico in tliu Fort Worth Stookniiin-Joitr-nul. Col. J'oolo 1ms boon oircu luting urouiid uiiiuiij,' tho peonlo of tliu ditt'oiotit HOOtiollH. IIo WIIH lioro only u nliort wliilu ago and it is thoimht )uiiiiod th in articlo. Tlmt paragraph of it alluding to tlli HCUtioil JH UH folloWH! Wost Toxiih that portion of tliu stuto wliuru it was so long holiovod that nothing could lie, rained but h I and outtlo. has Btirprisud tliu world by tliu rapid ity of ita duvulopmunt into tliu gruatust stouk-fitrniing country on imrtli. No othur c...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 July 1904

-f N " rmmm : --wi 1 '4 l '. "fl THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY IULY 23, i04 5 (1 :!SM8L ctmkBjbIIW J, M. WILLIAMS, M Ds PHYSICIAN it StUUiKOS Office: Harris's Drug .Store. Residence North ?iii Angelo. 'Phone 80 r.-ru pd DR. E. L. BAITS. Office nnd residence, Landon Hotel. oMo Thonk Connections. L, W. BAYNK. M. D. 1'HYSIfIAN AND Sl'IlftKOX. ,SAN ANfiELO. TEXAS Office: At Central Drugstore. Residence : Landon Hotel. Phone 20. STOCK NEWS 'to have more money. This is the' CIIR IRfT Tft nftRFFITIIRP. only explanation given. 1 he In-, w " iniwv. borers walk out, but any tliat they ' - ,DKS. LOVE & GORMAN, Dentists, SAN ANOELO, Over Flndlator' TIAaS Phone 185 Qt E. MAYS. M. D PHYSICIAN. SUKCJEOS. GYNECOLOGIST. Ollico utConrtul Drug Store. Kimi dcneo Wust Twohlir Ave. ALL OALLS ANSWEHKD I'HOMI'TLY J)R. H. WIGGINS. Dentist, Gold Crown and Bridge Work Scien tifically done. Phono 135 Oflico ut) stairs in the Mavs bulldinc DRS. MARBERRY & COOPER SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, Of...

Publication Title: San Angelo Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo press. — 28 July 1904

!Pi3Mk MEt"' 6 ?! I I M I , I rt it 1 ' I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO TEXAS, THURSDAY, JVUi 28 1904 i SOCIETY. r Who Tnkcs the Cnkc? Mrs. W. R. JohiiHtoii outer tained lior Baptist Sunday school class lnsb Friday night ut tho pretty JoliiiBtou homo in Angolo HoightB. Sho was assisted in en tertaining by her daughter Mjbb Willio and by Mibs, Pauline Mc Alpino. Japanese lnntoniB adorn ed tho lawn and tho inorry chatter of delighted young pooplo addod nn entrancing ofl'oct to tho protty open air party. Tho game of tho evening was "Who Takos tho Cako?" Tlio prize was won by Miss Ida May Huwls. Afterwards rofroHhinonts coiiBiflting of poach cream and cake wore served. Mrs. Johnston's guestH wore: MisBes Ida May Uawls, ICiilu Blackmail, Paulino McAlpino, Minnie Shor . man. Minnio Whoolis, Lucy Sykefl, Ailoon Cloud, Lillio and Loo Ohanco, Eve und Vera Kirby. Messrs. Davo Cunningham, Hal- bort Garland, V. Woodward, Jake Harpor, Knox Crow; Dan Wil linniB, Ilonry Ogdon, .Toll' Hawls. Viv...

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 July 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 28, 1904 A Why Not Buy The Best ITS MONEY IN THE END Our Line of SADDLES and HARNESS IS THL BLST Wo put nothing but tho best grade Eberlmrd Leather in our eatldles, and Oak Tun ned Leather in our harness Our prices are moderate con sidering the quality of tho goods we offer. Call in and see us. B. C. ALEXANDER &IC0. Manufacturers and Dealers in HAR NESS, SADDLERY T. J. Webb was in from tho ranch Friday, -Fewer gallons; wears longer; Devoe. Attorney Jus. Correll, of So nora, was hero Saturday. -Wonder ice cream freezers, best for tho money. Hagelsteins. Dock Simmons and son of So nora, wore hore Saturday. Six Dining Chairs for SO. They're beauties, too. Mrs. Fitz gerald. Miss Ethel E. Preston, of Del Rio, was in the city Saturday, tho guest of tho Lundon Hotel. -Now' supply of Mexican Cactus furniture polish at Gantt's. Wo want you to try.it. 2-ltf H. 0. Ford, an insurance man of Dallus, was hore on some spec ial business Mon...

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