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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 19, 1901, Victoria, Texas EDITOR FlKST VlOTOKIA AND VlCTOIHA COINTV tfOI TlSJtAf IN UuNKRAI ffOC fKJt v VC7VMB LIV VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 19 1901 NUMBER 33 Jnim uuu DEFIANT DEFY We are determined not to be under sold and in t3 lit to 16 to maintian our motto3 Cheaper tlan geapest C3 and have marked everything in our immense stock of H down so low as to be considerable under those advertised by our competitors v Corner Main and Constitution Sts Victoria Texas The Ji nuary Clearing Sale of odd and ends aoc1 all Our spriup goods will boon be couing and it inot making any broad assertion we waut room and we are goini torrUike 10 im for on i cpriug goodb If the following puces be considered by prospective buyers of reliable good bcern to be pi one in us all to want to make rd mo ey 11 made If you d ft m t 5C Ji aif i axe made SLAUGHTEE SALE OF THE N BANKRUPT STOCK S I I I Began at our store promptly at oclock Wednesday morning January 16 This stock was purchased by us for about 60 per cent of the original cost for cash at public out cry It consists princi pally of Staple Clothing Dry Goods Hats Shoes trunks and Dress Goods Just the stock to fill the wants of hard times We have moved the same into our store corner of Liberty and Sam a Eosa street where the entire stock will be clesposed of as quick as possible These goods we sell At and Below Cost B H While they last our customers will get the best bargains in the best all round staple goods ever sold in this city fl fl i L15 V o i l n I 01 a fo a1 inu k m t l Le oil tha e V No goods changed goods sent C 0 U hvtry lingmntt be paid for in spot cast About 71 mens suits of different grades andtol 01 h sues 34 to 42 at just one half their former price Good line extia pants and overalls at very low piice Lot f Mens heavy lined duck coats worth 25wlnle they last the price will be jgc Anoll er lot heavy duck coats rubber lined vvOth Si 75 lo close out this lot the price will be ion mem mackintoshes regulai sellers Voiu choice All winter weight undeiwear must move lo room foi goods oon to arrive to make tjuick work of this depart ment se values goal 49c oc and 6ocvalues at 380 About 75 extra heavy hi HP lrsev Intli over aliirta values al 43c SI values at 67c BIK assortment mens fine mgligci shnle SJ values go at G3c Another assortment 76evalues jjo al SRc Aboul200 negligee 8hiris nig valuoa al GUc in clearance snip Ihcy go al 39c MISSION VALLEY NOTES confined IP the house from a long spuHof rheumatism Jan 17 1901 i County Surveyor John Ward OntheJJ inst Mrs A Tand Messrs John Sloan Tomi Einisou nee Sarah Cassells died Taylor and G H Hauschild of a1 the home of her mother in Victoria were out a few days i Pan inn Ooliad Co Tex De ceased had been a sufferer from bronchial troubles and other complications for some time and her death was not unexpected She was of a sweet disposition and had a host of friends Those who knew her best loved her most May she rest from her trials and labors of this life and may the bereaved loved ones find that ppacp which heaven alone fan give while they wait in the hope of a most blessed reunion T A devoted husband and a little j son years of age since running aline for a pro posed new road from the DeWitt Condi Co line along the river to the M i H i A just at this I imp would be u welcome visitor as we think it would lend to exterminate the disease germs Nix JAMES HUNT DEAD This forenoon about 1130 Tamps Hunt mention of whose illness was mado a clay or two since in those columns died in survive this city where ho was brought I to bo near medical assistance Our venerable postmaster 11S bow M Goodwin is quite sick with an lMivw ing as it docs so soon after the dwith uf his brother John and while his brother W Hunt is still sick casts a gloom over and Itlark of Lagrippn At his ad uinopil age of 84 years he is feel jiiig worse from wear and his i friends are anxiously tllP OlltCOlUP BOOTS SHOBS xlla nuallly hraty iiibbeiImots To close out this entire lot S3DO 5 pair mens liiuvy kip boots legular sellers with most con price 8135 Our lintnriiigh gnule mid inctliiim piirid dras slioes d cbildien cannot lie heal quality and price eousuleied Jin of mens glove We to SI 00 per pair 1000 mens and boys hats and I Jin of mens glove lint are decidedly inUrest to examine awaiting moves to sorrow our whole rom hnunitv The deceased was Miss lame Walker was called Tr about fcirlv years of age and homo from Houston lo the bpd1 x i leaves lo mourn his loss a wife mdoofhor sister Miss Mamie ulu The funeral who at this writing is doing fairly wjn place tomorrow at throo well ocloclf and intermonl be in thn Kmilo Uasmann is very sicki c in ycai l i four p lock hii cotmr al act IIM at tinii ir i rieu ri and cnsto Osvint lo I e poor ii rn inn la i year c i i d i import ie Ir MI Granger i where ihis i vc aged thirty cent iliis is five t li ill siorm proof i hi we sell Lea GOIDMAX CINNKUY MILLS S i Iviid lias formulatedja In In1 made lo land owiers who have lands suitable for rici1 and has submitted the same In a mimlnr of interested parties who think well of it There is indication that a move will Inmade to introduce rice culture in this county this year on a fair sized scale Work not talk is now the cry Mrs 1 Dnpreo returned from San Antonio last evening very much improved inhealth GREAT REDUCTION FOR CASH lo select from at prices j from typhoid Dr Burns j was phoned for last Sunday to j and Comforts Sundry Useful HouseHold AtgieallyrprtucMl 15 bars good laundry soap 25c a barsKood toilet soap1 Miss Boulah Cook was a visitor TwcMitvfive per cent reduction will be made from pre Hiil up Good quanly io cenlg worth 85 conts a inlied Hose worth 13 wnls piice 9 cents lagale granile cbma and glassware igiiie of pocket and tahlo cutlery bought at a A look tbunigli our stock will convince you pricellial we can affnrrt to aril at prices prices arc rigdt t you i STREET RACKET STORE JNO W ROBERTSON Prop toCuero last week 1 n 1 ia i e i Uent prices on a of our Mens Hoys and Clnlrens win Prof E Katchfte and family r I are occupying the Schawe cot itage now the property of J Rives j Quincy Davidson Sr is stilljuary i4th ter clpthinjr also upon dress gonds This reduction is made foi cash and for one week beginning Monday Jan H REGAN
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