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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 28 July 1904

DfliHiHHIHHHHHHIHHHH.llllHIIHflHHHHHM BBPi 6 ThESANANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELQ1 TEXAS THURSDAY JUL 28 1904 rl " " - ti f - - h "ft -1 rfvl 4 1 '''' V itWQ f II Tlio Kind You Ilavo Ahviiys Bought nml which lias liccu In uho for over '() yours lias liorno (lio Hlgnnturo of and lias boon inailo under liis pcr- r-h). Honiil supervision hIiico Its Infancy. (CCCCAZfti Allmvim tuns inilovoAvvi vim In flilrt. All Counterfeits Imitations and Just-as-jood"ur hub Experiments that trlllo with andondangcr tho hcnlth of Infants and Children Experience) uguinst Experiment. What is CASTORIA Caslorla Is a harmless substitute- for Castor Oil Pare- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotiu Niihstauee. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys AVornm mid allays Feverlshness. It i-ures Dlarrluea and AVInd Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

& mTtHi Wry hn mmiil Mil ii iiihwh m mm - - - ... f ;v THE ONLY UNION PRINTING OFFICE IN SAN ANGELO l lll I'MI THE SAN ANGELO PRESS VOL 8 NO 31 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1904 Rntcrcd In tho Ban Angelo Post OCIIco Second-clan tnnll matter it ifiiTinH fim" rai i ra " im 2ii t p.v tsSv.i 1 ffll3m yajh MHUtMMI WMh CONTINUOUS PERSISTENT. i It is consccutivo continu- ous persistant efforts that win in advertising ob in nil affairs of businuss. The tenth udvortiaonient curries part of tho weight of the precoding nine and tho twentieth is worth ton times tho first. Tho first few nds are sim- ply uu introduction und fow people remember an intro- tuction unless 8ul)actuonb meetings servo to inijirGBB it upon them. Friendship ripens slowly in business social life and ndvortising. If you are not muking business frionds overy weok through tho col- umns of Tine Press you are lotting a vory valua- ble assistnnt stand idle. Just think of the hundreds of people who rend...

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

SEffiJESSEWS HBEflP9leynHlUf&Hij !WTp .r THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4. 1904 I if B 1. I A It I e i f i V v I1 ' B Ml OW8tMMI I ....BLflOKSMITHING....i Horscsnocing Bicycle Repairing of all kinds how. X ?C ALL CLARK & LIVINGSTON MHI8MMBCaal FELL FROM DRAY WAGON A. 11. Byrne of AlcKlnncy Died Sunday Afternoon Prom liffects of a Pall Sustained Friday. Friday aftornoon Tom Savoll driving one of Hob Austin's drny wuuoiib callel at tlio Kirk house for a trunk. Mr. M. 11. Byrno of McKinnoy an oldorly uontlo- iimn who hud been m tho oityi that tho Common Point on tho G. several weeks for his health got'O. itS. F. Ry. Ijo extended to on tho wagon with him to ride to) San Angelo. is received and has tho depot. In leaving tho place of loading tho trunk the street being narrow Suvell turned his horses shortly and started oil'. Whon tho wagon turnod Mr. Byrno lost his hulaiico and foil to the ground bitvoll caught at him but succoodod only in getting hold of on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

VB THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1004 3 CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION (Continued from Pago 1) One quarter stretch gate keeper nt $2.00 per day. Two mounted police at $2.00 per day each. Austin Spencer representing the locnl lodge of -Odd Fellows aBked that the first day bo called "Odd Fellows Day" and speaking for the Woodmen of the World aBked that the third day be called Woodmen day. 'I'lieso requests were granted. It is the intention of the Fort Concho Lodge No. 2(5 to enter- tain visiting brethren on "Odd Fellows day" and they will send out invitations to a number of lodges to attend. They will so'rve eandwiohes and coU'eefree to Odd Fellows at the fair grounds. Tho Woodmen of the World contemplate having tho dedica- tory exorcises for their now hall on Woodmen Day and are expect- ing a large number of visitors to be in attendance. The following admission fees and rules wore adopted : For each male person 1.7 years old and over a fee of 50c will bo charged. For ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

. . ir ( w SH m It k I'M I RBI $ i .. . Y I &' ill . I .1' 17 I'N i' 'i I ' I' a I' B ' ft; ll A; t! jft WAYLAND& S'IKUTtlUkS Publishers. SubicrlpUon Price Jl.50 a Year SAN ANGELO. TEX. AUG. 4 IU04. Democratic Ilckct. For ProBidotit: At. ton JIuooks Paiikkh of Now York For Vice-President: IIii.nky 0. Davis of West Virginia For Lfnituti States .Senator: Giia.m. A. Goi.nnitsoN. For Qovornor: SAMtlKI. V. 'P. IAMIAM. For Congressman 10th District: W. U. Smith For Representative 102d District: D. M Wkhi- f 0. B. Ilunsi'iirii. For District Judge: J. V. Timminh. For District Attorney: V. 0. Hkookh. For County Judge: MirvroN Mavh. For County and District Clork: El) DlKIIIAN. For County Tux AsHussor: A. D Wkst. For County Troasuror: J. 1. ilumtAN. For ShorifV and Tux Collector: J. S. MoConnkmj. For County Attorney: IjKB Ul'TON. For County gtirvoyor: J. T. IIakmon. For Coniinissionor Precinct 1: J. S. Milks For Coinmisflionor Precinct 2: Qm. F. Yatkh For Comniissionor Precinct U: FltA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELOTEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4 104 5 'tH wmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm riizriiiiiNiiiHM '.t m w Willi! STOCK NEWS i - PSTppA ANtgclablc Prepnralionror As- similating HicFoodandRcfhila- ling the Stomachs andBoweis of 'M Promotes Digcslion.Checrfiir-' ncssnno;ncsi.i:oiiiamsneillier OniuinMorpliinc norIiiicrul Not "Naii c otic . flrtifit ofOUOrSAHVELliiamt ISmyJan Set A' lilxSwuut iffimnul - I CeHitwkSula ItirrpSrftl- Anctfccl Remedy forConsllivi- Uon.SourStomach.Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .rcvensh- ncss mid Loss of Sleek r. :"! Fnc Simile Signature of ' new vomc. For Infants and Childron. The Kind You Have Always Bought 1 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPED J .. 1 Bears the M rsionarnrfi A n I of A"f I ft lift' In ib I tr IV if 8 hv A rnncli iloiu for n cash consul- iilorn8 Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TM( OIHTAUfl 0HT. NCW YOR OtTT. oration of over 100.000 was con svmmated in this city yesterday. J. G. Childress of Tomplo was in the city nnd for himsolf nnd ID G. Sca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

US. 1 A O THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO) TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1904 rrxnnnrxy t AraTiltrl rlJ iUWL fe$E1 f)L sm SfOMhVA OiM9iWV i w;rnBtf!iwijraffiemnr'wKi The Man Who Raises Cotton y H 1 ! fe Si ! i IP I r jg ?. 1 LXl. te mm &fj RK3 ESS titt.1: FS feM if A k7 m lla- fl . As well as the man who works by the day and the man whose monthly salary is in three figures have their eyes on this store. They know that when AUSTIN SPENCER'S BARGAIN HOUSE advertises bargains that there are bargains sure enough. They have every one of them come to know that Spencer saves them money on every article of wear. This yenr we are going to do more in this line than ever before. Our line of Men's and Boys' Clothing was bought at a saving of 25 per cent. We are going to make our regular profits and- save our customers that same 25 per cent. Our stock is of such huge proportions that we can only tell of a few items. There are lots of others here and in every case it's dollars to you to buy your go...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

JF'k999lnHiHMHHBHiMBHHiHnBHHHHBBHHHHH THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4f 1904 Why Not Buy The Best IT'S MONEY SAVED IN THL LND. Our Line of SADDLES and HARNESS IS THL BLST Wo pub nothing but tho best grade Eberliard Leathor in our saddles and Oak Tan- ned Leather in our harness Our prices are moderate con- sidering the quality of the goods wo offer . Call in and see us. B. C. ALEXANDER & CO. : Manufacturers and Dealers in HAR- NKSS SADDLERY : Mrs Jno. Dean was reported seriously ill Tuesday J. M. Skaggs Dr. Silas Ballard aud families had a pleasant out- ing Sunday on tho Concho. While on the wify Dr. Ballard got out of his buggy to kill a snake his horse became frightened and' ran away. Mrs. Ballard was thrown from the buggy luckily however she waH only slightly bruiBed. Tho horse made n run of two or three miles before being caught. No damage was done tho buggy. Tho Sonoru stage now ar- rives at 2:80 p. m leaves at H p. in. goes to Eldorado tor sup per rem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 4 August 1904

I J a THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO. TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1904 ' THE SAN fINGELO PRESS ANNOUNCES fi flrjother World's Fair Voting Contest 1 1 S.A m if I v r h 4. ' : 5 ft f tf i i t Si f I TO H I 9 vaMj WITH fl NUMBER OF OThjER PRIZES. Two Young Ladies from the San Angelo Country will go to the St. Louis World's Fair. Two others to the San Antonio International Fair and there are other prizes. The San Angelo Press proposes to furnish the railroad tickets and admission to the grounds. It is one of those golden opportunities in the golden season of the most successful Expositions the World has ever seen. Particulars below. .- C C Tine F"irst Prizes There will lio two first prists in thm contest. two round trip tickets to tho World's Fair with accompanying admission iickutH to tin) Woild'H Fairgrounds. Those prim will lii given to tin young Indies receiving tin high- est number of oti'H. Ono ticket will go to n readmit of either Tom Green or (Illinois counties. The other to a youn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

I 5? ww: f ?: 9-r. SAN ANGELO'S CARNIVAL WILL BE HELD OCTOCER 18 19 AND 20COME! i IE SAN ANGELO PRESS. University VOL 8. NO 32 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1904 KnlcreillnthcBiii Aniielo Post OrUlco SccondclnRHiimll mutter w 'i 1 MAKilG A HIT Wc have made a hit with our Hacks Ranch Wagons Floats Rubber Tire work and repairs ing It just suits those who want first-class work'"that which can be depended on at a fair price It's because wc do the best work and do it in the know-how style that wc have built up our business. We'll estimate for you if you like. Wc arc also sole agents for the Molinc Implements Schuttler Wagons Cham- pion Mowers and Rakes and J I. Case's Steam rlow outfits - - - v I Sai) AijgeloMUf'g. Co NARROWLYESCAPES DEATH Cowbov Almost (lets Burned in at- traction on the Pike at the World's Fair. St. Louie. .Mo. Aug. 2 1001. "Nebraska" Bill a cowboy came so near to being offered up as a human sacrifice on an Indian pyre in a realistic bit of actin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

" PIpPf? rr-Tf; w?f5 r'n!is?pp5Sf o THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST (!. 1901 P f ? Mr. Sermon on Preached at the Presbyterian Church Sunday July 24 by Rev. Jesse W. Siler in Response to a Re- quest of the W. C. T. U. of San Angelo. 1'HOVBKIW XXIII. :ll .1! I xii ik mil Hum upon tho wlno when It It red whi-n It ifivpui nit colour In tho oiiii when Urn ivc-th U-n-lf .irlrflit . At tlio Jnit It liltPtti llln" .1 vjrpent mill iitltitfetli Uku an .uliler Tho mutter of intoxicating drinkB presents one of tho most important mid appalling subjects that ft roiiHoiiublo limn over con- fronts. It is vory dillieult for 11 sober unci godly iniin to rofruih from ubuso unci inveotivo wlion hu undertakes to discuss it. When tlio drink lull of tho coun- try in greater thun tin food bill wlion nine tooths of tin oases on our oriuiiniil docket may bo true- I'd directly to strong drink wlion homos are cliirki'iii'd unci hearts are saddened wlion the brightest stars in tliu galaxy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

--ra '"vs -ten w tMf77FTjf SJf';"'r''.'"i-V' "f 'TfrV; '' . t v THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TliXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 11 100-1 smbl ? ' "" . " 3 H ) l Enthusiastic Carnival Meeting ii i ii The Carnival Association Holds a Meeting at the Office of Broome & Farr with a Large Attendance and Much Enthusiasm is Manifested. ii it Traveling Pa6Benger Agent Ken- dig of the Siuitii Fe was in the city Tuesday atternoon and was asked to stay over for the meeting of the Carnival Association that night. He did so and in conver- sation with a representative of the Press in reference to the meeting said: "In that meeting you hnve a key to the success of Sun Angelo. Whatever her peoplo undertake is pushed for a successful conclusion because of the superabundance of enthusiasm dan Angelo peoplo have." It was a very enthusiastic crowd present no more so how- ever than is usually the case witli any meeting at which Sun Ange lo's advancement is the object. Everybody folt good over the prospects an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

..MmUttmtli immtmm. ?$: r w tsps - w f:'?y?;j s';rryi StS.?ffpw"f JjHp$'R'K71 SKJHJK isr-j-f"1 W7h. - im THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST V. 1904 m.nlli .11 i milatfrii yii. 1111111 m.. mi. ii I i i i m I kil r ft f- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Weekly Nkwh Puper uf uinl for .1 KrciiUr San AnKflo. WAYLANUfi: SIRUritURS Publishers. Subicrlptlon Price 81.50 a Year SAN ANGELO TEX. AUG. II 1004. Democratic ticket. Je 'resident: Alton Biiookh I'aiiki:u of Now York .Tor Vice-President: 1Ii:nuy G. Davih of West Virginia Tor United States Senator: Oiiah. A Uim.iikkhon. r Governor: Samiiki. V. 'J'. Laniiam. JTor Congressman 10t.lt District W. It. Smith i'or Representative KUd District: D-. M Vnsr 0. 15. Iiimsi'irni. For District Judge: J. V Timminh. For District Attorney: V. C. HltOOKH. i'or County .ludgv: Miiros Mavh. For County nnd District Clerk : Eo Duoiian. For County Tux Assessor: A. D Wkmt. For County TroiiHiiror: J. I. JlUKFMAN. For Sheriff und Tax Collector: J. S. Mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

i - - - r7m .. i THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO EXAS THURSDAY AUGUST M 1904 : Tho Kind You Huvo Alwnys Bought anil which 1ms bccu. iu uso for over 30 veal's 1ms horno tho sltrnnttiro of ami litis bccu innrto under Ills ncr- rjZyiJl aonnl supervision hIiico its Infancy. All Counterfeits Imitations nnd"JiiHt-aH-f;o(Hl"iuo but; Experiments tlint trlflo with nntl endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience- against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute- for Cnstor Oil Pare- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narootlo substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVornm and allays Peverlshness. It cures Diarrliiua and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of STOCK NEWS MANGY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

BHWbWWt? WTOff!"1 -""iironHHiwKwpgp wpwwiw -.v "rr-mm THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELOl TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 11904 WL o MR j &r 4E.r '..IP' ''Wis "Owl' ' Hit 'I t r" V MARBLE For Marble and Granite Work of all kinds sec C 7C ?C Sai) AigeIo Marble Works SlilPMAINf IZARP Props. 1 SOCIETY. i& Cotton'lloRRlicnil Mr. Loo Cotton of El Paso uhri MiHH Allio Hogshead of this plnuo wero united in marriage at tho Baptist Parsonage at seven o'clock Thursday ovoning Rev. Katz Smith officiating. Tim happy couple loft Friday ior thoir future homo in El Piibo and have tho best wishes of thoir many friends. Dnncc nt tlto Club. An informal dance at tho Sun Angelo Chili rooniH wiih tho society ovont of tlio week. Being inform- al it was proluilily moro enjoya- bio than tlioHo formal nll'uirfl. Phis howovor is paradoxial au tlio rogular formal atl'aii'H of tho San AngoloCluli aroolassod mh tho must enjoyable of all Booioty ovontfl. Hut thon tlio lack of Htriot for- mality UBually allowH for a g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

daKOSU; V!V'iIWWmi .) 'WSSKU! r THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST H 1904 mmrmsmssamessamtmmmtmmmmaimmmmmmmMmnt . mtmnnnn mMV 11 iiiiiiii n. iprgTawii jIsb. wwr w . mi. :miJlJKM ffi&fci AttfcJBiBffMJMMMttfcMMMMWBMIMBiMHMWMMWWWMMMMBMMf'HiKiri VftlMMhiiTT 7 I ....BLfVGKSMITHING.... I Horseshoeing Bicycle Gun and Lock Repairing Fcpairinp of all kinds done by those who know how. X X ALL WOKK GUARANTEED i CLARK & LIVINGSTON! wio&a J. A. Thompson was in from his ranch Friday. -Jackson & Murrah Fire Insur- ance tf. Fred Gerber is confined to his room with slow fovor. -Colory plants 10c por dozen Nu8sl)aumor the florist. 23tf K. A. Sheppard and daughter were in from Ohnstoval Friday. J. S. Miles expert embalmor and funeral director. Phone 8 P. A. Williams came up from Miles for a short stay Saturday. -2qt. Peerless Icoland Freezers $1.90 at tho Itackot Store. Mrs. W. S. March returned Fri- day from a two weeks' visit to C. HagelBtein's ranch. -Knife and ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 11 August 1904

flHHHfPP'? V" ' ' w?Xy 'ft'??'3 iHE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO'. TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1904 ThjE SAN flNGELO PRESS ANNOUNCES flQother Worlds Fair Voting Contest 1 WITH fL NUMBER OF OTHER PRIZES. 6 ST k 1 I t : ' it 'I i Two Young Ladies from the San Angelo Country will go to the St. Louis World's Fair. Two others to the San Antonio International Fair and there are other prizes. The San Angelo Press proposes to furnish the railroad tickets and admission to the grounds. It is one of those golden opportunities in the golden season of the most successful Expositions the World has tfft ever seen. Particulars below. C ?C . V Tine Rirst Prizes There will lie two lirHt prized in thin contest. two round trip tickets to the World's Fair with accompanying admission tickets to the World's Fairgrounds. 'I hese pri.to will he given to the young ladies receiving the high- est niiinlier of votes. One ticket will go to a resident of either Tom Green or Runnels counties. The other to it young ludy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 18 August 1904

tii'Sfyniiii'ifTi if SAN ANGEL0'6 CARNIVAL WILL BE HELD OCTOBER 18 19 AND 20C0ME! THE SAN ANGELO PRESS UlllVH-iH VOL 8 NO 33 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 18 1904. Untrreilln the Bun AiikcIo l'ost ODIIco Second chiMwmillintUtcr " WffH ' ' iWPI'luiiiiiiiWl IBMW I MMnMllillhHIl 11 IMlWBWilllliWWWMMiliiiiMllllBlftlllUBPilWWB'WWil I i n i Hi II i n i WHWMlli n m I 'tmSBm ill ''t 1 (F Making a H1t Wc have made a hit with our Hacks Ranch Wagons Floats Rubber Tire work and repairs ing It just suits those who want first-class workyMhat which can be depended on at a fair price. It's because wc do the best work and do it in the know-how style that wc have built up our business. We'll estimate for you if you like Wc arc also sole agents for the Molinc Implements Schuttlcr Wagons Cham-- pion Mowers and Rakes and J. I Case's Steam ni f - t i " o " " now ouuusi v C C C . San Angelo MI'g Co. Cnrnlval Stutloncry. Tho Pres9 is printing some spleutlitl envelopes for parties de- si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 18 August 1904

illBiMkMn--J Sftf'llflp iwnT.-" -- -- f ?TOevT' ISii39HHHHIflHflMMMIHHBMMttH' - ' t-' ! & I if- r I! . t t -fL & A?? HIGHEST The Last Month of Summer FINDS this store well stocked with a handsome line of seasonable goods goods which are up-to-date in every little attribute of weave color and pattern. We want to get these goods out of the house because we'd rather see the money in the till than the merchandise on the shelves and counters. With this object in view we have put a price on these goods which is absolutely sure to attract the attention of BARGAIN HUNTERS and push everything quoted out of the house in a hurry. Ladies9 Goods. Typhoon Silks Simpson A; Son's best mako in u handsome assortment of pat- terns mid colors por yard. 10c U('hL grade Brilliantino all colors double width is u Btaplo sollorat 80c wo sell at pur yard 65c All wool Ladies' Cloth. 52 inches in width wide variuty of colors a goods which would find ready flalo at SI. 75 wo )iit it on Halo now at por y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 18 August 1904

' 1" 'J"a "- - i.ltyiiltlllllMWBMffai'MMBMMiMMBiMKWWMWWMiBIWMIMWMii ' Ml" ' ' " 'WMiH1 .4 '-;' 't1'; ' y" - - - - . THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST - WjW$P f W'' r- f .-.. - 1 WW" -.r f ''IMF 8 inoi 3 Jj IN always. Kenionibor wo do not guarantee them to hold tho engagement or the ceremony hut we do guarantee thorn to ho tho quality lopreiieiitod. Call on W. E. HEALD the Leading Jeweler for anv of tho above inontioned articles. Wo engrave them free of charge. Next door to tho 1. (). Sun Angelo Texas. Bl ifrscaemMiaeMsMaWMHCtj Current News Items A Column of News pulled 6 here and there and presented i in brief for Press readorH. fi Hlmira N. Y. Aug. 10-Michael J. O'llura of thiH city the Great Chief of Records of tho Indepen- dontOrderof Red Men. i missing urn! Hit) relatives believe that he ih the victim of foul play. Aug 11 A Chicago policeman precipitated a riot at his own tin wedding by telling his wifo of ten years that if he had known as much when ho marrie...

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