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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 26, 1901, Victoria, Texas SUJiSCKIIIlON flOO IKK IMi SorrmVKSTTtfXAB IN iKNKKAL JfiKBT ViirrouiA vsn VKMOKIA lvoi vn dvncatE m i Vjfc VCLtfME LIV VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 261901 NUMBER 34 iSSSWSniHUie 2 DEFY We are determined not to be under sold arid in the r ii fyofefl il 1 ii to mahitiaii our motto3 leaner than tk peapest N 1 fc t ex and hive i arked everything in our immense stock of SLAUGHTER SALE r j c j4C c f i f f t I t K Sc i down as to be considerable Bunder those advertised by our competitors Corner Main and Constitution Bts Victoria Texas GUADALUPE DOTS were sidetracked but upon ex1 auimation Hi ie wa not A mamn anj oflhon Adieu ELECTED OFFICERS The l lh Knight i at tb n meetin at St The clnldi en ol the late Mi llallor doMiP to exprps b jm n join Editoi My last let tPi was lull of typographical er rors Had yonv composiloi tol lowvl the cop verbatim ihey would have avoided ft is Jvj evident yiiu expo it piooE nalu collet last night tailed to con eel the u ticlo alti r Pl lilt mi oilirei s Im the it was set up f leave it t you yoar G I Hend tq dotule as to who la repiehen 10iSi Spiritual dinHui LN sible for all the ermrs youi IPHofui Piesirli nt A F Uehm porter noticed Vice Picsident C T Komu lie Mrs M K Mummer ot Re Seuetiy V F fold fugio is visiting her daughter mm Finaunal t m Jamrs Mrs L T Steole McJsonald TreiMii i K f inp b 1 Wyatl of Kefugio cameU SeIfMnt 1 Aim A J and Jnies B Aslnsoi 111 lelUhi ou IFridiu and leturncd MonSchmidt Senlme1 andlJOCia foi Ii f I uriiin Ti usiee tor tin f e veal s Mir Wiley who hnsVon hpip p iioACUJi DM UJ for several weeks visiting hei parents Mr and Mrs Orawlord j rctxuned to lier home in today llus method Iheir most honllol appiciation to all those Inn flitlids and ncitflilviis who IPII their assistance dining the la and alter tin death Ihen belmed inothei and to a wh o essiuri ot r ondi Inn e and showed their svmpalh bv afU ndanfj a1 the funpi il A truce his bi en diilaiert in the Cuero Cotton Mill matter SCHNEIDER JR BANKRUPT STOCK Begin 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 paUy of Staple Clothing Dry Goods Hats Shoea trunks and Dress Goods Just the stock to fill the wants ot thesThard I1 We have moved the same into our store corner pi Liberty and Santa Rosa street where the entire stock will be despoaed of as quick as possible At and Below Cost I While they last our customers will get the best bargains in the best all round staple goods ever sold in this city 1 I i PJCIiPRODUURIiS CONVEN TION Sv of the Mill u lettei i ittcn by ei on Jan Tith in K Koache well kmnui in ivhii h he states that he will leav this oitv died at Ins home in Ireland foi Vu toria in IrolasliiKhtalJS Intn toine tin ough without delay Wr gave oud Misjlfe vill probably reach hei by fi party last Saturday Koache is quite itlt rid hei j the last of the next month was attended by the fiienils feaied N Fleming Ihan whom li Uicrf is no moie jirojri ssne and studdeal Ill this sec lion old ustheoth Ptlrr er day hut lie IMS used i ice bi an parents in your fity jfhe funeral of Mr Rnsnhe takes Tv T Wills hub shipped fromtplar La Cosle Mviteh since Sept Ultil yonut people of the neighbor Koathe is quite Mt It physician and friends pneumonia was selling in 1 011 Auditor U Ottinf vent upcast in feeding and found it a very jsupei ioi iood AUo M August Ulnlman and aoout 80 catloads ot baled hay thnt James U Uliss Olaia Hans ol Ai noekoulle He has about 10 car loads mon Several ago the tei Jp i to ship yet The contractors Blythe and Wright have about completed the bridge un the road between Pet tysand the railroad A good bridge vhas al0 beenbuilt across i IJIjgg Li 00 Wells could the people his home town and of Southwest Texas better by securing them a railroad than by seining thMn as a politician We are glad to note that Mr Wells is now at work on a railroad scheme tltis place eing lost by our King this fine weather itWis rumoredihat putting t ESTATE OF WM OCONNOK r DECEASED mp loan pi young men iaanot ladies vent lo VictMia this moining to ttend the funeial of their fi lend MIH 0 llaller mother of the veil known dn goods firm of that name Star Mrs Lowe has recently had of the Lowe Under vhose resi dence and Post Oniceadclrpss is Victoria Texaswas 911 Jan ty 1901 apiwirited administrator of the estate of m OConnor de ceased All persons WiVin claims against the estate ftVe no present the Within the time provided by law Mama Vou bcf oino Iniid nl Mi Hnbbaid in cpnte a i hoi t lime UlUishlei In mama what makcs think thai Mama I cnoiheaid telling him lasi nielH thai he too irleuil loi amtlnnj Philadel ilua Pi ess Mr JolniTrnVnncit the well novn slo kiniui find linnu ier ol aii loino passed thiough to to N oakum Ie that some limtMigolie expicssid the ojiinicm that Hie Hull Khoi e Id beconipleteil he e which Us inothei ilesnablc hue opiMiing up a good ronnlry and lurnish us mon and bettfi1 Iliuil senne lie limits the bus ines men ol Cucio shonld iilli olii i osonlilhos am senaloi and I tinSouth cm 1iirilio meigei bill light out il his cun he accomplished Ihere bs He suggests immi diule K ion as the bill will V soon In iissed upon bv the legislatui ueio S aldtigestablishmenfchandsomfly painted and finished and the in teriorJraping replaced with new and handsome fritige and tassels making it in appearance an un usually handsome hearse W 0 Teagle of Cleveland Ohio is in tlie city looking over the oil prospects of this section lie andLD Heaton have not only been talking oilUnit have gone out and examined the landa J look lik bumhesH vfittitywn No sensible dreads a singl i fe Old maid as a pliftise has roni tho common has hor orod placein the community and isffe uscjTnl as happy and as comfortably pituuted ns her inar Pobnuiry Ladies Tho linos oT buttle on the Mor gaubill are being drawn dnd frointWo articles quoted in thj from the HI account ol the RICP Produc ei Coincnlion to bo held at Lake Chai les La on Feb 14th ini IMh the Sou them JaciJc i iid will sell icmnd tup tick horn Victona on Peb 11th ml I llh loi W 10 good to return V Ic HJ01 Mis RoHche mollie of fi is some iitfd today All Oullingham une down Irom Gueio this not mil mil icliii necl tins iijf Mis Uollingham iHidihild en to Chieio this morning YOU ii an I a I Jnscy 1 old line milkel will soon csli foi Cost 510 one fp 1llls al Ic i his week Also othei milk oik and a good saddle hoi sif 111 al once JAS IjSman B Rase hbaum M D iicln e hmitedlo Ihe eye ear nose mid boat Oflice Keuss IJing Store Uuero Texas At Iolashs Photography in Victoria in Tar sdays and FII idays IMlioTl NS Victoria Tex Dec A 1900 1 have for rent one good office on north side Main Plaza I have ilso a number of nice cot tageswithin the city limits for rent or sale Aho n few small farms to seiyntv6ryjeasy terms Inquire at the qlHcejof vthe First tfnlinvinl Tlilnlf t WATCT11NO 1T1S OPPOR TUNITY Youi son has a very robust appetite Yes fin so ashamed of him lie always oveieals when we have company Thens the only chance I git said thp lei nble infant PlainDealei Virtiu i cniiniv has let a con trai I I ii i ili miles of good loads Tnalsb I ii even tbaa u i onli a Im i big cotton mill The pubh senliment which in tloises thai kind of progress can be depended on to add the other neressaiv 11 einents for seeriQuero is giowth nid piospci ity Tfous Ion Post lioi bulK tcanleu seeds go to lleaton where vou can get unj quantity ol tho kind you want TTENTION FARMERS To out friends and custo meis Owing to the poor condition of cotton last year we liavc concluded to import home fine seed from in Texas wllere this National Bunk i riMBROWN80N j and freshest of anu jieaiicaj ever broiight Victoria cojimy C i is boll storm Tins
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