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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 21, 1899, Victoria, Texas t J SUBSCRIPTION flOO PBH EDITOR PBOPRIETOR NO 5 JANUARY 21 1899 Bsmnants ATTRACTION vs Eemnants Do you want the V 1 We are taking stock and Bad many remnants on hand These we will sell at almost your own fig urts They are fine quality and of many kinds of golds Gome and get what you want before it is too late DSOMEST TABLECLOTH IN CITYV Some one gets it Easter Saturday lor nothing Wny you Call at MThe Hub Shoe Store where it is on dis play All questions cheerfully answered PEEGHTEL McKENNA Ownets AN ADVERTISEMENT BACKED BY FACTS COME KND BE CONVINCED vr I nArl m V Vtl 51 1 Beginning with the New I have changed my tusil tn I I believing the change will meet the approval of the public j aenerallv In order to raise a considerable amount of cash quickly I offer for the next Thirty Daysmy entire stock of goods at Cost I affl in earnest in what I say 1 need Money and the goods must go t A line of ladies shoes in sixes from 2 to 4 won will be closed out Immense lot of children s jb shoes solid leather to go at prices ranging from 25 to oo cents Worlds of calico at from 3ceuts to cenis i per yard for standard brands Wens suits at to J J 13 1 for the best A large assortment of flannels worth ID vnts u so4 co5 ds mu8t go regardless of price Victoria DEALER Es ilo5sre McKenoa nud Hogan of the iolicitiug commiitee were out I again this morning They had at hioon time today about 3i55 sub scribed Fine Toilet Gr There will te a spocial train from Port Lavaea to Victoria tonight on account of the opera At nn early jour this morning the agent tele nni BOOkS and Stationery jgraptwl the railroad management Bribes etc Periumery and Fancy Toiiet Artiute inillere that person had de P siciansprescnplioDt Accurately Compoundetl money for a fund 10 5301 i the special train V Drags Medicines a Ttnnita and Stationery Igmptwi UccessM Expnnire to rough exirMiwcol1 tir iJ apt to lirins on ai k of or cupcl lianus iml face craefcnl Hi i an violent ilcliins oi Hie ski alo itheir oriin tocnlii weniher DrJ H VoUMniu Oi Liniment stionl f C1X f c d ket n all imes lorimne n the proper selection of en i WP clatni to KllOV pmp re rtprnur It is a remt Price 25r otic nnil a boliU F which we propagate Heaion P Rogers Chapter Holds an Interesting Meeting Secretary and Mrs T P E Treasurer The Austin Statesman is advo cating a canning Uctoij at Aus 1legantrefresbmcnts vrtreserv tin cd ami all wlio attended speak arc anxious to Vi V1 The members of W V Rogers Iheiraccomplishod host gccurc infornation ess that big fee J S Horg is to rd The ladies of the Chapter will ccive or seolrno that big sum please accept the ADVOCATES tie thanks lor the kmdh state Puring Hoggs term of Jhapter U D C met yesterday ifternoon at the residence of Mrs M Brovqson the occasion e nc the anniversary of the birth of Geu Robert K Lee and a very nteresting procrairine was car ried out rance sent us ofticeiolilin the people were all 1 The Casino society is makingitlie time emirncd nith his every effort to lunc thu nust dashes in thoir blitlf Since he Hie exercises were opeaed masquerade Rone out of office he is heard the entire HSsemblBfre in Victoria Tho Texas of onb m cases whore IIP S ulyTis ofThee eompany of Honston1 le State o where he a w 4 t rt n nrvncl i tirr iin Conquered Banner a dui et was then clrarraingly rendered ll o or highl never 1 ti it bca sitiou Ray Perrenot read an ea1 Life and Character oij one m the ino Ul nl1 and the steamship tire in front of the two Heaton build according to Mi Beatons own i We are more Especially And suply many dealers city had put in a Oov Savers f the lower o ueaton Mdinilk to banta Kosa Why Delay Trading CLARKS I clerks in Schneiders store sought to pet ba havrkahip ami was severely bitten on two and also hn a bandaged hand When you will find their shelves groaning under their burdens of bargainsdishes ttuwue and ketiles I We are cutting the lights and livers out of prices in anticipation of the arrival of spring i goods A S Levy title of a paper highly enter jtaining Miss IdaGroce in the charm ling and Rracelul manner which is characteristic of the young lady read a description of the Valen tine monuinunt to Gen Leewliith 1 proved highly intarestinir and in lineorgans will be trammc their on him a i li uinctit 1 H tril Solt T JiUnnwl J liemiln in It lights and the people patronized itheplnnt sriving for the time Rlni Bmpr aM Hivtl When Cnero had comoanics she had chrep 1Jt Wirrml nnt rfiT tn IV tittw illfliln f tlrl Ml Hi fVtr w tld Ts Krfaayt llaily ill6 officers were elected by the Chapter fot the en suing year Vrs Mary F Ander the ow rate icompnny suppius the one Postoffice I OLAEK Headquarters for Bargains j Mrs K C Proctor Mrs tk lirolhtr oi thy getsa very fair price for the li HilirosA loa vice It is the same old no him inre will never learn j T W Trsi rri sini ws learn that a patronajie nji XViiiilmi wnl be i and a reasonable rate always ini
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