Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Advocate (Newspaper) - April 27, 1901, Victoria, Texas New The local newspaper should i0 und ou 0 found movory home Children ren should notgloxvin can ho appreciate t iood 1 PKC6d Sale 8tour store These goods have been carefully selected and are of such good quality that we know they will please interest Tiptons baby has of Louisville his sister on T AbCl IIUUII An unusually large and well selected stock of Summer eorintoll ot t I books Give children a oreign could you C3TO Uem obPHerctPdy But let then persons whom they meet f with which they nvo familiar mid soon an fMl 13 awakened which inmise with every arrival of the ioeai Paper Th HSU habit il re and he childre the pap all their nws and become intelligent men and jvonien a credit to their ances tors slrong in the knowledge of the world as AN UNIQUE TISP dvocate o nna and proof readjresidence of V and A woman can always find some flaw in a mans storyuniess it i isnt true mvd fool Vf a mart n j a man out or a fool butany finiCIJl fir fan make a j Ijj j ftj f iesthities till a late A I A ifiiU way of iiattc a inn 10 if nit il The Gaadalupe people havin K 1S to that she been unsuccessful in their effort lj talk to get a minister from o No 1 Were with thoiiteam last night up their trueks the brys all Went lo 4headquarters and had together enthusiastic and lo take an intor 1U113 The time that hero have been iak and are mg thui runs in is Jhen Hiey go lo f4oliad the visit thr wjl Jiaverun against aomeono n Ina lot u a list of those who compos tlle team organised llV lJMnr Tr ett jiuaister irom Victuiia n TOmpo0 the team c to preach to them occasionally ed be Protection Hose Go are considering the propriety of In with the idea with their position holdinga Quaker a Kissing that she gets out of L P DpJJourhe ft Mrs L nndaJrschool booksWfiw Vmv Ike Cohp L Ponds little son Clyde on the head by a j last Friday He tva ren dered insensible for some hours but he is now recovering An ugly gash was lett on the little rfillnUc Of rfT I HJtiO 1 J losing that she gets out of L P Sundayschool booksNew York Ike Cohen eSS WApfel 8 can tell asuc s head Mr Pox is ageat for the cele bratedHayPs pumpclaimed to ifethe beftpump manufactured If has severalvpmnt3 of snppri oiity over those in general urn He has a sample pump m his woll hpro Manager Captain Nozzleman Hose man Hydrantmau last night v Slvmff a vtcplinn AlilDNfon from i 0 nta o hull M cionii yu tuimti mala hud tu ilo monui wl ur wLau W Uw f liall nul lively al of Ih candldkte A bird dog at lialluciuatlon A W0iiau in Ho hua a baufa 1 npjearnne of ainji thnt dog IBB cvidenlly beD Cooled M to ib nnd lor m d n way ilin han tell Vl out m J On no ht drive in a very 11J virtoiia and li fti scftriet j H Liu IK vciy linad lic T i epcnt friends 11PraDDB f sife i runtha housa Tlie Pridgen Brown wilj rase jthat has been in litigation for 20 I TttTaiT il th iu jo nLi ion Herald months session wiiP two fortunate kv Tje teachjlupiaiw Lvnn P C be will then be a statessister Mrs B D h of have School wii Mr corn after germinating ac0 found the same bugs at work at itthe tender roots ol he notinn aplant He thinks it is a Meta I yf LETTER LIST Victoria Tex April gl JOQJ Letter list remaining uncalled w mi he Victoria jwstoffico foi the week ending April i JU J Adarns Gen M fooines Cora LN Oratit Annie Luda Dr Martin Alice PP Rosales Lina Rodridgnes R Taylor Ed 13 While Belfifi B calling for anyof the will please say ad date li JLAKir Postmaster Tribune whose COURTS Tm r Kokomo is fnmly convinced hat di is a failure ought to know for IP I8mudca the divorce line nrt VPni go befofe he went into the eivil var he Mp I I ip A K Is IIV W i MI ttnlnndi u ig well Ins 84 ur he woman dnm ho now declares to be lie tf iif t ls hfe H anf Miry I he ineaniime made a nmhor of efforts to lose Pact the MXVld tuo Hi t j i i them Three times iiitT tickj i i i m ftj li 1 IJ1I uliid iI li UK 1 ii tin r il units of Berlin Jl of tlie ootirrs of the ml fJeimauy the waJti r The polka and a itrl of gullop are toiwated the waltc luvm heen forbiiiden of fluyoung royal by her partner and if Hie very feet of the late Augusta while in the empwsa who ii tcrnhle despot on the eon i liiiictte nould not bear the oc dance whih could haro nvi f placing a at in auoh an fiimn mid tlierefore at Uic waitsfrom appeariue of court baJU 11 at agafiist the wahs had been recently moved far llle court of Wnrtembery ii This is due to the of the young queen of zieiit beauty who A j NMIIllSter 11 cin t loo n H Gr Wm of Wawhalchio The lhorcp luV 4f fK15S K3 ParfeTMbrnnjIii to Uai mcr mriul nUb VjiTS n i
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.