Advocate, July 13, 1901

Advocate

July 13, 1901

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Advocate (Newspaper) - July 13, 1901, Victoria, Texas W i fAKES FIMT VICTOUA AXD COIKTV VOLUME LV VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 13 190L Bordering and Ceiling Papers Complete and UptoDate matched designs of the most popular colors tints and shades We 4o not sell by sample book but from a stock of Three Thousand Rolls Our prices cannol faiHo be satisfactory and we have some fine pattetus at pop ular low prices Call and SeeOur stock Respectfully HEATON BROS VICTORIA TEXAS GUADALUPB DOTS Guadalupe Tex July 11 1901 EDITORS ADVOCATE The duty of writing last evening for mailing early this morning en tirely escaped ray memory enjoying the cool morning and Ky Leffland favored Guada with a brief visit several days ago AJissWcisiger of Victoria has been visiting Mrs T M Deaver also Miss Bobbie Barclay of Bee villo Mr Wilson Lay and family breeze it occurred to me thai I have returned from Guadalupe had forgotten to write my usual county They report the poor letter It is almost Crops there in the past 20 but I will try to write it ifyears Mr Lay says the crops issible f j in this vicinity are the best he Vain fell VRS terday be1saw OD llis lrP Ss will make patriotic citizens celebrated tbe 4th of July at the CasoBlan co School house last Thursday A sumptuousdinner was spread for all present and a good time was enjoyed by all The pro gram consisted of horse races bycicle races and boat riding to gether with various games for the young folks in Avhich some of the older ones participated Mr and Mrs Lee Farrer went to Victoria Saturday Mr O A Farrer and sbn An drew passed through here Sat urday on their way to Victoria to attend to some business Willis McOntcheon of Victoria passed through here last week inroute to his ranch where he is having some well work done A F Scherer arid Chas 0 Schaefer went to Victoria Satur day on business The dance givenby Mr A F Scherer at this place last Satur day night was attended by only a ew owing to the threatening vealher during tha latter part of the evening Music was urnished by Jack Birmingham nd Jacob Scherer A good tne was enjoyed by all until bout 8 oclock when Home weet Home was played Mr Robert Duncan of Inez ras in town last Thursday Mr R W Griffith of Victoria received about 200 steer year SUBSCKIPTIOiHtfiM Mjfttf ii mjiluiuiuuuuuuiiimuuimmtuinil HEATONS TRADE MARK 1887 The Situation At An Hour This morning Dr Oline of the AAreather Bureau said At 230 a the barometer was 2978 Tho wind is 34 miles per hour from the east with ocasional shifts to suotheast Tho east wind for the lastjtwo days has banked up the water and the tide isrunning quite high but no swells are breaking in over the beuch Tho water is up to Avenue OatTwenI tyfifth Street I believe that two feet additional iiso will put the water across the Island on Twentyfifth Street This will depend a groat deal on tho Jorce and direction of the winds duf ing tho next 12 hours A flood of a serious nature is nol yet in dicated although small buildings near the Boaoh may be washed over This matter will bewatch ed closely by the Weather Bu reau It any sorioiis change do velopos the people will be fully advised News L jiri which Victoria county will averagelat least one bale Vper acre in this part of the couh Barly cotton can makebe jS T the boll weevil can get in his iaii consequence of the one is happy anc re a serenit evadesf the op mm unity W two inch and indi f for more meeting a C CCevery night untillast night when r iA weather tempo meeting congrega tion continued toincrease untij hold but half of i t goa dist Lavaca Vti iiavaca iV the stormjn the bay to return to the 5JPprt they had gotten witJilnlyinileof the coast their Ijoat capsized and they were clinging to the boat Itis hoped they were rescued when their was discovered J M has nfany friends here yiVho regrefethe mishap During thepastyeaf the coast has not 35 bushelsof corns to the acre andone bale of cbtton to the acre Ffom n gwrpaperr epor Vici toria is the banner county agri culturally in the Statethis year Mr A J Lay writes that the corn crop is a failure in Mason county and cotton was needing rain badly i With our fine crops and fine roads this county will present a scene of Activity in the near fu ture Ben Milam Walter Willis and William Benton have been supplying the hay market Mr JohnnieCrawford sur Ms many friends by arrival here yesterday from Madison county Mr Charlef Hillmau is erect ing a new smoke stack on the gin and placing the machinery and saws in ship shape Mr B U Fox is still supply ing the trade with everything in lis line Mr A B Oambolls well cav prised Ms many friends by his ed in and he came here Tuesday andgot a well boring outfit to bore it again desirable resort for seelcers Leffland of Vic has been spending the with Mrs L Gunter Ingeborg and Jasmine PickUps Jasmine Tex July 3 J BDITOK ADVOCATE We noticed tliat the AmOCATEhas changed hands since July 1st and we also notice quite a change in the make up of same which is satisfactory to all of the ADVOCATE readers May the now firm meet with lings at this places Monday good rain fell here Wednesday morning Farmers are now feeling hopeful of mak ing a good cotton crop The rain came too late to do corn any good SomeofMr 0 A Farrers family have been sick chills and f we are glad to hear that they recovered Miss Annie Hailing of Victoria who has been visiting her friend Miss Lottie Wahlgren of this place returned to her home in El Campo last week Therehave been several pro tracted meetingsheldin this part of the country of late but as yet there has been none atJasmine this year Can we not have a protracted meeting here in the nearfuture There is a good church building at this place that could be used for the purpose Lets have the meeting if any ways possible Aug Scherer Sr went to Vic toria on business Saturday FtomKiddys Unjtlij Chas Martin came in from tho west today Geo Howarcl wont to San An tonio this jmorning BB Dblehuntyrelurned from Goliad this morning J L Lockett was a passenger for Edna this morning Mitchell Seeligson came in from Goliad this morning 0 F Carsncr returned homo from Goliad this morning Mr and Mrs James Beaumont came home this afternoon E Verhelle went lo Cuero ibis morning and returned this even ing F B Lander weut to Houston this morning to remain a day or twov Mrs Win Leuschner and chil dren came up from Lavaca this morning Joe Sheppard returned to KILL THE WORI ami heals the wound aad is the most effective article made for the purpose THE STOCKMANS FRIEND Useful tor any class of animals Particularly Sheep and1 Cattle ing his health Mrs C A child R Jones grumbles at cold weather Yes1 And he grumbles at hot weather Yes What does he like He likes to grumble How Adani Was Punished The other day in a Sunday school class of boys between the age six and ten a question was asked as to how God punish ed Adam for disobeying him There was silence for a moment or sO and then one bright boy much success is the wish of their j sftd Please sirGod took away any friends at this place j one of his ribs and gave him a Something less than a thousl wife Cuero this morning after a short stay in the city Mrs McClanahan arrived in the city from Ouero today to visit Mrs W J Craig J M Peltus Stoner Whitney John Dial and Abe Wiel of Goliad were in the city today John Ward left for Thomaston this morning to survey land I parties residing there AV R Calender returned home from Hoaston today after attend ing the Sheriffs Convention Miss Lillian Tindall milliner for Haller Bros left for St Louis this morning to spend a few weeks Dr Braman returned homo this evening after acconipaning his sisters to their ranch in Mat agorda Co Brink Peavy a dentist of Cuero passed through the city today enroute to Goliad to visitrelativcs and friends ven returned to their home in Goliacl today tittor a pleasant visit to relatives and friends Miss May Karbach returned to her honif in Goodwin Coma Co lo visit her parents Miss Adolia Louschner accompanied her for a two weeks visit Braun who has Cor some time been at Beaumont returned home today While away from houiojic bewttno seriously ill caused rising on the left side of his head Mrs Lambert and daughter of Koftigio passed through the City this morning enorule Miss Rudesby frdm Bee0pt has been visiting Mrs Nfollii Handley Thomas Moten and son We off in the hay business Mrs Fisherand little grind daughter of are s mg thisweek at Hy ScliucHetta Levy and family We off on a ten days visit to bounty Rev Jud Holtelosed successful raeeting night June added to the Baptist while others were Some of our people ng an Lone Tree which j ice w Cuero andother points They the night Qfjhe were wet here by Miss Lizzie Me Narnara accompanied them on their trip BURROUGHS VILLB NOTES Burroughsville July 1C To the Arflne rain fell here todaj which has already had a revive ing effect onfarmeis and crops Though cotton was standing th drough admirably being full o blossoms and fruit We stil hear no complaint of boll weevils and a good yield is expected The cane mill at this place is beingput in order for business as cane is about matured Miss Bertha Lomax returnee to her home in Port Bend re she was accompanied by her father who came up on a short visit Messrs A B Campbell T J Sessions W R liandley and Prof W Perkins spent a night and day fishing in Guadalupo river liist week but fortunately or unfortunately none were even slightly chokod on a bone whilo there The Fourth passed oft very juicily horo no celebrations fireworks or anything save the distant thundor was heard to re mind us of tho day Public school will close next ftre earnestly Judge Ben Fly went to San j week and some regrets arc ex Antonio via Houston this inyrnj pressed at not being able to have ing to stay a whilo in recuporat1 Prof Perkins next term had TT Harrie of Seguin and Rev PasyVJpfl more of Goliad VfiSfi 1 75 Kev Kimbroughof filled his roughsville on last bath eve We hope again soon f Mrs Shavanwhowas thought to be seriously effected with hemorrhages last week is up and apparently well A Burroughsvilleite A Sad Accident From Fridays Daily News reached the city today of a severe accident which befell Mrs Anna Fischer motherof Mrs L A Fritz Mrs las been visiting at the home of fly Schuchert at Jasmine This morning she started from Mr Schucherts neot the train coming to Victo The team became frighten ed and unmanageable and ran away throwing Mrs Fischerout of the buggy causing her to break her arm and leg Aline J and W Schuchert were in the uggy at the time the accident ccured but received no injuries vhatever Mr and Mrs L A Fritz upon tearing of the sad occuranee eft the city immediately A physician was summoned nd Mrs Fischer given medical ttention ;

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