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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 14, 1901, Victoria, Texas                                wr Vj XV Bordering and Celling Papers ppniplete design ot the imnn lo t r i Vv uic mompopular colors Hnls do Munpk firnnii sturk of Local and Personal FromFridays Daily CJE4Way is in Houston today Dr Shaw arrived home from Edna today MissMayDean left for Nursery this afternoon c SM Bailey was a passenger from Wharton today in from Go liad and returned today B Vianopassed through 14 1901 not seriously althoughpainfully He was able to walk home and to day he was sitting His arm chest and face were the parts injured i Our pluses can mil fail ube sa tifactory iilfr lo priics U and See Our Stock Respectfully JEATONBROS VICTORIA TEXAS itiiruugij the cicy from LaVaca enroute to Wharton today MrsGeo Faupel and children lefttoday for a visit to relatives and friends in Goliad Miss Mary Sengele went to Yoakum to assist Haller Bros in the millinery department Mrs Vandenberg after a visit to relatives and friends in Cuero returned home this forenoon Miss Alice Reeves returned home after a pleasant stay with Happily Reunited H Parrish aiid wife resided inGalveston when that awful des i iim fiiiu red in tliftt citv Their houses were swept away and they were lost to each other Mrs Parish was caught notover a block from where the house stood and was rescued much bruised and hurl Mr ParrUh was carried clear across and lay insensible in the house ol his rescuer a farmer for six weeks The wife supposed the husband wasdrowned and left for Tennesaee where she had a relative Mr Parrish hunted for his wife a while and then went to Lincoln County N M to visit a brother He went to Koswell 6u NUMBBE t j 1 luAAiAiAiliii Heaton Bros cany a Full liue of the different school books in other than he pnblic schoolsfa ways lu stock a large assortment of Pens Pencils Ink Paper copv Blank Books FIRE ACCIDENT Burned To Death A i d Anothei Severely kerosene teinbly burner One situated about 4 miles from Victoria Cliailos Qillman todayreceived his car load oC Coal which has beun amonth onthe road ne went to Koswell 6u relafves and friends in the city business last week and there met A large number of Mexicans his wife on the street shelving ere recently arrived with a young were brought over from west bound for Pierce station to day Mrs Hennessey Thomas and children passed through the city this morning enroute to San An L Gnntorgave asocial aaiice at the lintel last evening in Honor tbe birthday of Will Lanier Qnjte a large ciowd was ivesentand spent a very mjby evening Cotton htK been coming in very last and the gins are run to their full capanty of late tA great deal of fiavaca cotton is brought to tliis point Misses Eva and J Henrietta tonio Vjfcla Sliret and Brim ai old Francis Arrel ETarvey joined the excursion lor Salarlo streutJPort Lavaea Sunday and report excolleul tjITaudly accompanied by ETfUvey joinod the excursi oltf cliirrjrtuwerevibiliug tlie Alberts gttDdmoilier Narkadson lyethon bis couch at night and meditaleth upon those oysters Port Lavaca v YGli h for them eplayjand weepeli when he hnaginos Und behold he falletli asleep and lhey small can dreaftietli oysters out of i The English aristocrats distri An ozploaioD lolbutc wealth upon the principle 111 TT K f i A U i 1 t J T Keilly of Beeville shipped J 00 good horses to Ansqn Bros agents for England and South Africa Mrs John Norris of Goliad passed through the city this morning enroute to Whartonto visit her parents W T McCampbell wife and child and Miss West of LaBahia passed through the city today enroute to Houston Taylorcame in from Shiner this morning and left for Goliad this afternoon He had with him a colored escaped Sta riend who is tb teach school in Otero County He grabbed her and scared her nearly to but when she recognized him she joined in the squeezing matrh It was a meeting the happiness of which is beyond description They now reside in Lincoln county the happiest people on Copper Era US of Pen und PeucU Tablets othe requisites of Hie V BOOKS SOLD FOR CASH All ordeis will eceive plompt attentionand books forwarded by mail or express as may be desired bythe purchaser Victoria and Cuero Texas attempted Jail Delivery Cane The excursion to Port Lavac next Sunday will be for colore people exclusively train leave Victoria at 1045 a m returning leave Port Lavaca at 680 p m Mrs C Allnoch L N Hofe arid daughter Miss Carrieand Miss May Martin arrived home this afternoon from Colorado after spending a pleasant stay for a few weeks Misses Loula Murphy and Ida Beeves spent a pleasant day in the city with friends each according to am8 aUrt Vfl Ilis the communist on flMftmrM To v Bian ing to his need the socialists on i wereencban1 the principle To each accord MidniSht Bulletin from Buffa fr inhaied the ing to his deed In Oklahoma10 MoKinley may de covered hetAfcul the principle is To each accordIf rostlation aet in and ihe was released by ing to his speed at Guarlalupe theprincipieis Toeach accord boys ing to bis plan led cotton seed NARKADSON ana arms had p r KWridmolbera liouse P 1ailure Iu und at last reports wag restinc In J T f Hug JU I A K GUADALUPE DOTS 1orl Bend a m President rallied and somewhat improved The revival meeting at th Methodist church was largely attended last night Tonigh Rev Green will deliver his fa mous railroad sermon Mr Green was once a railroad engi WacoTer llA bold was balk ed tonight bytbe alertnti ol Jailer Ed FanntfWhile iiegto woman went w the Jail aud to admitted to luoch to Allen Bird a negro 10 tbi jSi Fermi wasgranted Uuttliej ed tbal tbe buodle btilky lor a luocb and from the woman exam You may talkabout your sunsets You may rave about your skies But to me theres naught so lovely As a pair of sparkling eyes All the glory of the heavens the day begins to die Can not weave a spell about you Like a bonnie laughing eye When themoltengoldsnshimmer Of the sinking sun has Hiuual leatures and even wrinklesbeautiful v A Faith Cure Talk about your zaitn said the man on the alongsideoijriil happened up to Si on yesterday You seeds wlfc Just because it could But there something looked taking it toil big It conlaieed a loaded lle women wag arrested Two Vliooera uoder death in the department witli Bird riieykre Will King killed policeman Mitchell in city aod Anderon Morn convicted of oiurdtrcommitted at Coricana Both are The MarehibMM Li wile o Li eye a sameness in the jewels in the onlco But theres everchanging glory In apair of pretty eyes Wrinkles does or Before he could get aay further his wife raised upinhej bed and said You needVt mind about seeing any doctor for i vei beauufu od learned compared with her ounlrywoiueo While beragi more than fitly be look line nuy um is a truism that it is always I guess 1 m all right so she was She got up and has been as well if not better than ever she was before ever since But she doesnt easier and cheaper to than to cure but bow many per sons subject themselves volun tarily to endless trouble for purpose of recovering what they lmrticularly loving ab took no pains to keep For in Stomes and she doea any KS v pel in railroad terms begin at 8 oclock Services the fireman d Texas vnu CI1K1 TCa tWs eer and thi8 Gos Sept 121901 In 1 EDITHS j F 1HS busllel rr gathered this year in iim ontin Zeplm two miles north ofGuada nl TTn entiro lonpe solda farm of Up tho tlme the with tioimprovoments wippeu cept a fence per acre cash carloads to Antonio Svoboda That is an extraordiaay pricej but itis cellent agricultural land and is j hirty or even lew TUe wile ol very rich man abe ipeodi ruy ly altbough oot without kfep iog a detailed account of ber ex penditure Sbe jn nlficHBt bo me OD the banks of Pel Ho in great splendor sur rounded by ioDgbirdK peacotlce acqnaria pottery gems and bol auical collections One Ihousmul atteurlauU aod servants auawer took no pains to keep For stance good health and its ac companiments of a good com plenon and an unwrinkled skin When wrinkles are the result o care and worry as we all know they frequently are the cure is too evident to need mention here However there are wrinkles and wrinkles and it has been claimed by those who have tried it that wrinkles riot too deeply lined may be removed by moistening the fingers with oil and rubbing the skin in the opposite direction from that which the wrinkle is HUI nua wo r yvtjiuii niu Wj intfiC IS her beck and call In to talfe But be this as robe it I aid are uar 2 tlle best beauHfiur robe it I aid are guarded 2000 occasionally give Si a look makes him shiver and get out of tbe house as soon as he con veniently Hied Raving Like A l Maniac light me of the burners used the plant he was burnt The burner contained to much gas land on being lit the doors blew open The fireman WM your i standing in front WM burnt but I w WM gHnrueu zuuuj vcou utuiutuur ant coats 1200 palri ol trouMrctie tlle most C01tain assurance of a and 5000 fur from Hieflir skin fleo from wrinkles is jaxoropound of pure air accom dnett aklne famoui little pilli DeWinj by exercise wholesome tittle ErlyKieeri compel your liver food good habits some sti to and f f void ui offence a forgetfulnoss of self and the culture of that inner NJ V1 H I J Pooria 111 Sept Nieman an insane farmer who had boon under a delusion that the peoplewere trying to lynch lira for the murder of President McKinley died raving like ama Tiac in the county jail today He was picked up on the street Saturday tleeing from an i magi it ry mob i She Didnt Wear A Dm IIM lieuiity win coinpltttlr liirldeii by line blotches aud pM iilllm utcil Buckleni Arnica Siilvc Ilicn they vanished M will nil rnipiiiiiii lover BO ree boik feloiK from iU ota ilnr o on is1 fcoritt Vbknt piled Curt guwMlMd   

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