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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 1 September 1904

'. v"vjr"rnY f$r 1W vA'' mi MfwiMMil ?"' ? W Oil: ' j fj-V THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER I 1904 yr r y WTrwpp i i i f k 4 AAAJMI 9 se ....BLflGKSMITfilNG.... Horscsliocing Bicycle Gun and Lock Repairing Repairing of all kinds done by those who know how X X ALL WORK GUARANTEED CLARK & LIVINGSTON! MM 9mH mmnMaaMiHmmaMMmmMmmmmmmMm0nMttaMS am W NoA Dairy I hove purchase the interest of Sidney Evans in the Jersey Dairy and will continue to fur- nit.li my customers with the purest nnd freshest of MILK and ClttiAM. MmuwrnmrnunMrnnnn -s f. Earn an Outing J With Kodak or Pen jjj m m m Earth tho new journal of tho Southwest generously oilers $3000 worth of free railroad rides for the best photos of Sout h w OHto r n scenes nnd tho best letters about that region written by thoso who live there. Why not enter tho contest? You mny win one of tho many prizes. Write today for circular to THE EARTH m r f n T m n m m ft 1118 Railway Exchange Chicago. ffrfrfrtftfrefftfr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 8 September 1904

w ?r - i-Kt SAN ANGELO'S CARNIVAL WILL BE HELD OCTOBER 18 19 AND 20COME! SAN ANGELO PRESS. University VOL 8 NO 36 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 Entered In the Bnn Anitclo Post Offllce-Sccond-clami mall matter . V i Cotton Shipments i We ask for Cotton Shipments for the reason that thoBo who have shipped ub during the paBt U4 years have been pleased with the results. We have more buyers than any other market in the South and this competition gives ub the highest price that can be obtained. No one handling cotton can be satisfied with the r 1. .M .1 .. 1.a iinnnlminfl slft r IV l llniiatnil fl fl fl JV results until uicy uuv tuuoi(ucu v.unu . ..vuo.. ... tO UB. g Wm. D. Cleveland & Sons i Cotton Factors !jg Houston . - - - Texas. g Old Landmark Uurned. Thn old adobe house built by Jonathan Miles in 1S7S and occu- pied by him as a family residence for a number of years caught lire Friday night and was totally de- stroyed. The house wan owned by T. It. ...

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

jBi' 2 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO. TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 I IS w ! I I' ! r If?! It'.-" ! ' m mi ''.4 ' El r -- " STOCK NEWS U I Tho bide were opened yesterday rj r SLJ I I I for the new building to be erected -ft -'smtmMMY i'. i t. m .w mr .a g i m SB i JLtriu vvsi jvvwvzi i; Wk and Host Stylish i ijji f5ick of merchandise over broitglit to Bun Ango- la will bo put on exhibition at this store within Uio nnxfc ten days. Our Mr. Mosbacherhaa recent- ly roturnod from the Now York Chicago und tho 51. Louis inarkutB from each of which ho hua ao- itoolud tho lCHt things both as regards atylo and gonoral worth ua woll as price. TIiuho now gooda are coining in on every train. Tako all tho time you iiko to look at thorn but begin looking oarly. The best values .are always tho first to go. L. SCHWARTZ & Q. JL Current News Items I. A Column of News culled hero and thoro and presonted 2 in briof for Press readers. Tho prospecta are that tho pack- ing houso Htriko will bo sett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 8 September 1904

'$ir$y&jffi VV -yf - r- wr ''"Tpt I .(- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS.' THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 lflO-i 4&i is I saSsa tii-Si'-' A . M mcr.-.i && s Visit the San Antonio International Fair. Pigger and Grander than Ever. i 1 - M V I M A i II ' 4 1:1 ' If J W f ji i w & Operjs Teacher's hxnmlnatlons. The county board of examine composed of Prof. J S Abbott Prof J B Smith ami Mrs Z D Gaf- ford held examinations Friday and Saturday of applicants for teachers certificates. There were no failures all of the applicants being successful in securing cer- tifieates. The following were the appli- cants : Miss Olaire Hall 2nd grade 8 years MisB Elizabeth Howell 1st grade 0 years. Miss Kate Corbett lBt grade 0 years. Miss Virgie Nuckols. 2nd grade 4 years. MiBB Preble Nisbet 2nd grade 4 years. Mrs. J. A. Burns 2nd grade 4 years. Mrs Mamie Thornton 8rd grade 1 year O P Merchant lut 0 years. M E Grimes 1st 4 years. R H Banowsky 2nd 4 years. grade grade grade -Musical string...

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

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 Pw. t 1 Is i rail E. IcV; m $ 51 i lb' w Jtfl m 1IC SAN ANGELO PRESS. jt. tttortlt Whwh l'nper of und Mr a ifrcutcr s4an Ar.M'Jci WXVSJVND& STRUniUKS Publishers. Stirecrfrtlon Price $1.50 n Year SAN ArlGfLO. TEX. SEPT. 8 1004. Ocinocrnttc Ticket. (SnrQuotulaiib: j&lEION HltOOKH I'AKKKIl of Now York For Vice-President: IIkshy 0. Davih of West Virginia ForUnitod States Senator: CllAH. A CUI.IIKUHON. ?or Oovornor: Samuki. W. T. Laniiam. S?or Congressman lGtli Diatriot: W. II. Smith JTor 4toprosontativo102d District: D. M Wkht O. 1$. HuDHI'HTIl. lTTr District Judgo: J. W. TlMMINH. For District Attornoy : W. U. HllOOKH For County JiicIm : Mir.TON Mayh. For County mid District Clerk: Kl) DUdOAN. iKor County Tax Assessor: A. D Wkht. Kor County Treasurer: J. I. 11 HITMAN. For ShorilT and Tux Collector: .1. S. MoConncm. For County Attornoy: Lkk Ui'TiiN. For County purveyor: J. T. IIaumon. For Commissioner Prooinut 1: J. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 8 September 1904

THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY ScPTuMBcR 8. im L&EB2 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought nml which lins licca iu uso for over 30 years has homo tho signaturo of jnj? - nml has been mailo under his pcr- CJjCJvTTa sonal supervision slnco Itsliinuicy. uC7r. '-CCCCW. Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits Imitations nml " Just-as-pood" nro hub Experiments tliat trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience ngalnst Experiment. What is CASTORIA Oastorln is a harmless substltuto for Castor OH Paro- gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphlno nor other Nnrcotlo substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd allays Fevcrlshncss. It cures Dinrrluua and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels giving healthy und nutural alco-. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Blether's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 8 September 1904

M ' ' ?? . m. THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 m. V I '! W fuK)Mita()8jit)irawi)irj DON'T HURRY THROUGH. LIFE NEITHER BE IN ANY HURRY TO PURCHASE YOUR pALL VfiLUNERY MRS. 0. MILLER will show this season tho Latest and Most Select Stuck of Fall and Winter Millinery over brought to this city including the latest Novelties mid moat Up-to-date Styles in ull Lines of Ready-to-wear Huts Novelty Shapes and high gradu Pattern and Cony Hats a specialty. My business has increased nearly 400 Four Hundred--Per Cent. In tho last two years and in order to make this season a record S breaker and dispose of my largo Btook I havo 'determined to jjj make Low Prices movo tho goods. Sly business is conducted S on the most economical basis and I am in position to save you g on an average of at least 25 per cent and propose to do so. g In your own interest as well as mine don't buy g a thing in Millinery until you get prices from 8 AA C Ail !! CUT-PRICE 5 Mrs. u. Miller sks...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 8 September 1904

'W THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1901 A gr .- lulil s k.Mvs2 1 ' tWMl mjk 1 vtuu W ' ' tTT V 3 VjffitJ x 8 w - mAJSXJ I r f jp2 ' i tf U A Just Verdict: San Angelo Texas. Sept. Oth 1004. 0. it G. Hagelstein Co. San Aimelo Texas. Dear Sirs: I lmve (8) .Aermotors on my ranch and to give you u just verdict on thorn will put it mildly when I say I would not. "swop" thnm for any' other kind of mills because; 1st. I get the water with them when needed and that is what wo want. 2nd. It rum when my neighbor's mills aro ntanding still and in fact it is as good a mill as I desire or can get. Yours truly W. 0. .Ionks. Others say this why not you? Is it because you are in "the Eclipse?" W 5 Get Out of the Dark. J. G. Cooper of Water Valloy va9 in the city Friday. -Jackson & Murrah Fire Insur- ance tf A. P. Newsom wa9 in Friday from Half Circle Six ranch. -Pictures SI 00 per dozen u Henry's gallery. John Konnon was here Friday from Half Circle Six ranch. -New Gag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 8 September 1904

's: ? 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 -t aa i't oioQG99wo9m999m9mim9ofBB9mm ....BLfGKSMITHING.... I Horscssiocing Bicycle Repairing of all kinds how X rC ALL CLARK & LIVINGSTON MitMnMMMMMMMMmnMMMnMitmMMniiiKmmMMMxmMtimMMm New Dairy I have purchased the interest of Sidney Evans in the Jersey Dniry and will continue to fur- nish my customers with the pureBtnnd freshest of MILK and CREAM. GORBirt adaMs. uimm .4- - J Earn an Outing A 5 i m m With Kodak or Pen Earth the new journal of the Southwest generously offers $3000 worth of free railroad rides for the best photos of Southwestern bcoucb. mid tho best letters about that region written by those- who live there. Why not enter the contest? You may win ono of the many prizes. Write today for circular to THE EARTH i J 118 Railway Exchange Chicago. The Wild and Wooly West. It might have been pre per to speak of this section of Texas as the wild and wooly west yt-ara ago but today ; well Times Have Cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

mBSJBSQEiMB mamaa w$mf J-iCf &$&. $$W' r IVw- . - v: SAN ANGELO NOW HAS A FREIGHT RATE EQUAL TO ANY COMPETING POINT. ' ft 1 ET f p' MmJKJ ST VOL 8 NO 37 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1904 Hnteredln the Sot) Ancclo Post Oftllac Heeond-clrtsBinnll mutter JL If V University Cotton smpments. We ask for Cotton Shipments for the reason that those who have shipped ub during the 'pust ill years have been pleased with the results. We have more buvers than any other market in the South nnd thifl competition gives us the highest price that can bo obtained. No one handling cotton can be satisfied with the $. results until they have consigned cotton to Houston and S to us. c Urn. D. Cleveland & Sons Lotion raciors Houston JWQTTOTO'TO'TOTO Japanese and Napoleonic Tactics. Napoleon Bonaparte was the greatest military commander the world has ever known but Na- poleon's defeat at Waterloo is is traced back to his advance into Russia. Historians agree that the fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

l!jil!rllffW'TlT?Wfflilnlfi m w & THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO. TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1904 I IP ' 2 j ' I iiiiiiHi ummmmmmmmmemmmmmamm OUR STORE WILL BEQCLOSED Monday September 19th Account Jewish Holiday. RAPHAEL CLOTHING3COMPANY. SOUTHING DOING IN SAN ANGELO SG Prico bought Hi latH in Frnry'fl Addition from Mrs. Clar- issa Frary for $275. It L Carruthorfl leased 111 acres of paflturo land inxt to his homo place in East San Angolo from W OJoiiob. The B F Iagrig ranch of 2500 in iluugan County has boon pur- chased by the Sawyer Cattlo Co. for 7080. Mrs. LnodgrasH purchased of John Johnson tho lattor'a homo- stead in Sponcor'a Addition in in cast san Angolo for SS00. .Torry Y. Hust i)urohasod from Mrs. Anderson 1J lots 75x190 foot in Frary Addition adjoining Mr. llimt's homo place for $1.25. W. 0. Nolto boughtH lot 1 L and 12 in block 10 in tho Frary Ad- dition adjoining Hubo Hank's place on tho east lrom J. M. Andrews at $200. Currior Thames & Co. sold to Dr. S. C. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

a THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO. TEXAS.' THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1004 r . A Perfume Week We make special olForiiiys on per- fumes this week which opportunity is nil the more at- tractive because we handle the heat goods We carry an assortment also that is rarely evor matched. Rbmembor the sale and sup- ply yourselves with perfume this week. Perfume is some- thing that is always needed and we make it worth your while to buy now. All our 50 cent an ounce poods go for 25 Cents an 'Ounce $1.00 Goods for 60c These include the well known brands such os Rodgers & Gallet Iludnut Colgate Itigers. Don't miss this op- portunity if you want per- fume. Ilomemberthe place Concho Drun 8b rup otore V- j Stock Shipments. Stock shipments Monday wore: Oscar Cain 1 car fat calves to Ft. Worth. Cox Bros. 2 cars Kalb Texas. Tom Conner 1 McGregor. horses to De- car horses to B. H. Hambrick bought 17 horses from W. II. Colly ns at $40 around S1U horsos from Martin & Broomfleld at $2C around and 4 f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

fiptl WalhffcL X ami p . V- THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15. 1904 fe. SP'jl ft'. ". h I a" !1 'i 1 J- Mt . w & ' iff THE SAN ANGELO PRESS. A Wrfklv Nkwh Ban Amii'ki I'upcr n( a nil for n Krontvr WAVLAND& SIRUIMUliS Publishers. Subicriptlon Price $1.50 n Year SAN ANGELO TEX. SEI'T. 15 1004. did two mid three Htory buslines building. Tin luiHiiK'SH resultant from tliu uitrmviil dcpiiiitU largelv upon th') impressions ntudo upon tin.' minds of tlioso vvlio are not of ui Let's inuko our preparations early and put them into oractico on tin- eventful pi'nod of Ootoiif r IN H) and !). Democratic Ilckct. For President: Alton Hhookh I'aukkii of Now York For Vico-I'rnflidont: JIkniiy Q. Davis of West Virginia For United States Senator: GlIAH. A. ClJI.IlKKHON. For Governor: Samuki W. T. Laniiam. ForCoiiKroflHinan 10th District: W. R. Smith For Hoprosontativo 102d District: D. M Wkht. O. H. IIUDMI'KTII. For District Judge: J. W Timminh. For District Attorney:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

SiM aiMSEr.F3:. ME8mBBM t -i. -r- v; ;VV$$. it-". ' " . .. amagsesK.TKap mk.t it iialBWinri '" A TOwwyptpHWit R?fFTf-T; J THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO. TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER J5 1904 ' 4 . '&VkttllEBmMlmmmtmmmW 5 W. I;i '. f t 1 i. .V E3KX21 STOCK NCWS -- ui.T ... in j i. '""'fiffl Qj mis iliTffririnmtjPal ' wfr r sfc iha CA AM'gclab'.c Pr opt rr tionfor As slmilating ilicFoodnndPcgula- ling ihcStoumchs aiidBowcls of Promotes DigcslionXhccruil- ness and Tlcst.Conlalns neither Opium.Morplu'ne norlineral Thot "Narcotic. jixv orotdnrSiKVELPtrawi iotflan Settl' JlxSmn Mtu.Ua- hffifmitl - Hi (ciUxtalrSoia Cmfitd fuoar hfnbrytfn navor. Apctfccl Remedy forConstipn- non.SourStomach.Diarrhocn Worms .Convulsions .Icvcnsh- ness nnd Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YOnK For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought "Roarxa "Hnn .9 Signature of XT Y Us" f .Ty I fVT Ah n Use For Over Thirlv Years Jack Richardson is an enthus- ' instil' iulvucnt.f of tint policy oj" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

i P-ffitzri-p"- p .' O .'t . V '.. . -. . . Wi W i V1 &;'; ' t I I .V V I THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1904 x f u r ' ! .1 f B ' M i i L"' . t. fm ej. i I i V f. I ...I vm"v I I I V m && ft m -sassaaiaaaa-aas It's a Touch gf Winter ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m ft ft ft ft (0 ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft Ok Wc arc having these bright morn. ings cind our minds naturally turn to the Wilson Air Tight Heaters the only perfect air-tight on the market. It not only is the greatest heat distribu tor but it is the greatest fuel saver in the heating stove lines TC TC TC Wc arc this week unloading a car of all styles and sizes Wc will soon have up a full sample line Come around and sec a line of stoves that arc not only reasonable in price but that will save you dollars and cents in fuel) they arc the greatest fuel savers on I Mi m '. cartn c c t t Wc arc also this week unloading a car of the universally popular Majcs tic Steel Ranges Yours for good goods and low ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

jyj"1 Him THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER J5 1904 STAK COOKING OIL MADE ONLY IN AUQREaOR TEXAS. 19 as much purer than lard 09 a vegetable is cleaner than a hog! Ordinary cottou Beed oil is no more Star Cooking Oil than petroleum iB keroseue. For Sale In San Angelo by J. B. Taylor J. D. Rawls. A D. White it Co. 0. A Prolmndt W. A Cochran it Son J. It Gilbert it Co. S. II. Keeton March Brothers John Freeland. -Fearer gallons; wears longer; Devoe. John Bbrry was in from the ranch Saturday. -Ice cold beer always on tap at the Edgowood Oar 1'hil 0. Loe returned Sunday from a business trip to Ft. Worth -Repairing of ull kinds ut Heald's the leading jowelor. Dr. E. L. Batts lefjb Sunday for a visit with relatives in Austin. -We want good fresh oggs . J. R. Gilbert it Co. 85 0 . H. Hensel and A. L West were visitors from Eldorado Mon- day and Tuesday. -Jackson & Murrah Fire Insure ance. tf William Houig the prosperous and jolly cattleman was in from the ranch t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 15 September 1904

T'lMti" ; w-. r t -j W" -( immmw. 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SAN ANGELO TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER J5 1904 i ! I i ti ! 1 ! tl I i l ! I .'! 1 I.M d ..' i ; t r IN l? ' ...BLfCKSMiTHiNG... 'Horseshoeing Bicycle Gun and Lock Repairing Repairing of all kinds' done by those who know how. A X ALL WORK GUARANTEED i CLARK & LIVINGSTON 1 evu Dairy. B I g I liav purchased tli intiivit "f Sidney Hviins B in tho Jriy Dairy mitl will cont iim to fur- ' g iiish my customer with th" purest mid frfsh"t J 2 of MILK and CHE AM. j E conpiil apaMs j 5 Phorjc No. 365 I Earn an Outing Willi Kodak or Pen Earth tho new journal of JJ tho Southwest generously otters $3000 worth of free i m m railroad riduB for tho best photos of S o u t h w o b t e r n scones and tho best letters about that region written by those who live there. Why not enter tho contest? You may win one of tho many prizes. Write today for circular to THE EARTH HIS Railway Exchange Chicago. fftttf-Fe-f-tC-ttC-tFFC-Fttttfc The Wild and Wool...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 September 1904

HWffliX3 1 . ' m SAN ANGELO ft()W HAS A FREIGHT RATE EQUAL TO ANY COMPETING POINT. THE SAN ANGELO PRES; 'O University VOL 8 NO 38 SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1904 Hntrrcillnthi-Bnn Angrto Post Ofllloo Hccoml-uliiRs mull mutter II E m -Hi I li mn Hdjrt Schaffner & Marx Clothes FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR The very finest line of Men's and Youths' clothing ever shown in San Angelo is now ready for your inspection at Raphael's. Nothing better can be had for love or money and we are willing to stake our standing and reputation that every wearer of any garment from our stock will be eminent- ly satisfied with its style its fit its finish and with the very reasonable prices we are asking. v v m. The H S M Label a Small Thing To Look for but a Big Thing to Find Copyright 1904 by Hart Schaffner &? Marx Raphael Clothing Company Exclusive Men's Store Copyright 1904 by Hart Schaffner &f Marx u B. 0. Alexander and sister. Aire. W. A. Guthrie left last Wednes-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 September 1904

JBBffsia 11 V-SJCi.ai f r-s. . i v ft '$'lWBm yt v mm&4mr&&Jgv vmMamsm ' m 'lull W. IV kh fe People Often Wonder How wo nwinugo to ki'Oj) five moii luisily at work nil tlio time. The following sample telegram received tins week shown how wo do it: o o o o I Hominy 0. T. Sept. 20th 1904. i ' B. C. Alexander & Co. i Send me one Concho saddle and bri- dle to Hominy Oklahoma. WILL WHITEHEAD. Wo uro proud of tho fact thut our Sud- dies nro popular not only at homo hut whorovor thoy nro known. Thoro nro no hotter saddles inndo: Eberhurt Lunthor Meunoa Trcos and the most consoiontioiiH and skilled workmanship. If you wnnt to ho in tho piiBh rido n CONCHO Manufactured only by C. ALEXANDER & CO. SAN ANGELO TEXAS. B. Carnlvnl Association Alcctlng. Tho Carnival Association mot Monday night at H:H0 at tho Car- nival houdquurtors. Tho first thing lukon up was tho roport of tho music committee. While no contrnct has boon signed it ib certain tnat tno curmviu win . 1 I in liavo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Angelo Press — 22 September 1904

tfVW "fc "?" "7 '."I- . .--" MMra ffliw .yKTU M -- Jfjpjp &juu ";qreff. mfvifmFm&raWtpWW 8 THE SAN ANGELO PRESS SANf ANGELO TEXASTHURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1904 i4f CROCKETT COUNTY WET Wns Dry and Ranchmen Were Feel- ing Very Ulue When Copious Showers Came. Special Correspondence. Ozona Tex.. Sept. 10 '0-1. Your renders have nil heard of the fine rains that have fallen throughout the country around Son Angelo but few have tho least iden what a transformation they have made in the appearance of mother enrth and in tho hearts of men. But a few days ago the country was drying up vegetation was dead or dying and many men were on the point of deBpair. About Eldorado especially and throughout this section there had been no rain of any consequence for a year. Many put in a cotton crop upon which their hopes of prosperity was built only soon to come to naught. I have seen one Held of 25 acres that will not make three bales. This cotton was planted by the small ranchman with the hope of h...

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