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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                ft Ow E Frweh FnUteter Fint Victoria tad Victoria Gouty Second lontbwMt ii O tMimL flOO A VICTORIA TEXAS FEBRUARY 22 NUMtCft FIFTH MEMBER Of LEGISLATURE HAS MENINGITIS Terrell Texas February Repre sentative D C Kelley was stricken with meningitis at his home ueai Kauffman last night Mr Kelley re turned from Austin a week ago to at tend his wife who is ill Serum was administered to him last night Weimar Texas February 19 The of Representative George Herder ill with meningitis at his liome here is regarded as serious al though hopes are still entertained that lie will recover Railroad Builder Arrives In San Antonio San Antonio Texas Feb Sowper Thwaite president of the proposed San Antonio Rockport and Mexican Railway arrived here yesterday from London England He states that he is here for the culmina tion ot plans for the construction of the road and is now waiting tor the Mexican situation to clear up so that le can go to Mexico City Mr Thwaite Is looking for a gen eral manager for the new road he states and expects to select a man lor that position soon The general manager will become president of the xoad upon its completion Armours Packing louse and Knowlans shop a small pocket book in it A re ward of two dollars will be paid for the return of it to me with its con tents A B Peticolas ITS HARD TO WORK When Suffering From Kidney Ilia Many Victoria People Find This to Be True i Whats so hard as a days work an aching bach Or sharp stabs of pain with every sudden twist or turn There is no peace from the dull No rest from the soreness lameness and weariness If the kidneys are dis ordered you cant reach the cause too ir soon Neglect is often fatal Weak kidneys need prompt atten tion Begin using Doans Kidney Pills at A tested and proved kindney rem edy Victoria readers should find new tope in the following statement L P Sltterle Victoria Texas says At times I had pains in my back which bothered me mostly when I stooped at my work On a friends advice I procured Doans Kidney Pills and began using them I soon found relief For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMijburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the take no other t jQQQ STREETS AND CROSSINGS INEZ NOTES DaCosta Texas Feb W 0 W will give an oyster supper at the schoolhouse here Saturday ulslit February 22 The proceeds ot the supper will be applied to the tuber culosis sanitarium funds B U Fox was a passenger to Hous ton last Sunday J A Shiller and J H Miekska were meeting of the council the unanl Uov returned therefore we cannot The City of Victoria has reason to be proud of the members that compose its council They are among tho most Frank Botz cor Inez Texas Feb tlnio has about arrived but the ground is too wet and cold to plant seed Al though our fanners are anxious to plnut J F Hiller and Clms Blllstoln went MADERO IS SENT INTO EXILE BURROUGHtVILLE C 0 Thornton cor Durroughsville Texas Feb 19 Feb ruary Uth brought us a WautKul frost but no valentine However the dux Former President Sent to Vera Cruz was throughout this com progressive citizens we have At tnV fishing We havent seen them since passengers for Houston and Galvestonjj Sunday O A Weaver Is removing to Blooin iey discussed civic report their success but we suppose improvements would convince any ill be the same old story that they are a live body of ington While best wishes are who Ullowiug tneil dlltVi have tlle ed Mr Weaver and family we regret slamina lo discharge it large from to see them leave They will be missed from our midst R C Waters of San Antonio rep resenting the Los Angeles Heights Im provement Company was in town last Sunday Noble Willis broke his right arm just above the wrist last Tuesday He was attended by Dr TeTar Well Qualified Gertrude Ritchie who plays the role of Annie Jeffries in the United Play Companys production of The Third Degree which will be seen at Haus childs Opera House Monday February 24 was born on the high sea reared on Canadian border visited in Marydel and now claims her home in Texar kana Most of my life has been spent in localities to which no one with a sense of humor would refer except as some where else and the most of that time has been spent by the wishing that I were somewhere else So runs a statement from the clever actress to a newspaper man who was anxious to know where the lived I was born on an ocean liner three days out from France the letter con tinued My parents made their home on the Canadian border In that house the kitchen was in the United Statesour parlor in the Dominion I made an extended visit to my relatives who lived in Marydel which is either in Maryland or Delaware Now my home is in Texarkana where the front porch in Texas and the back one in Ark ansas If the people who come to visit come in the front way I claim t am a Texan and when anyone comes in the back way I tell them I am an Arkan I have been on the stage for seven years My first big success was Emma Brooks in Paid in Full In that play I lived in a Harlem Flat the first act in fair circumstances In the sec ond living in luxury then back to the Harlem Flat So it has always been a difficult matter to know where I am I au now in one of the biggest dramatic hits of recent years The Victoria must be getting a trade on farming implements lout here us we can see on tile depot The progressives have until recently platform here when tho train comes in been In the minority but from Victoria This shows plainly are n the saddle and the that the country out hore is getting There to Embark for Any Point In Europe He Madero is Executed City of Mexico Feb Vic torlnno lluerta was elected provisional president of the Republic of Mexico by a joint session of the Senate and munlty and was one long to be re membercd While It is true that the strange customs and superstitions do not exist now as they did about time lauding the Second had the old fellow St Valentine arrested boat on and beheaded and tho celebration j of the day has not the meaning now had It Is not limited look for great things The only thing that mars the symmetry and blurs the beauty of this city is the lack SOme time uniformity in the sidewalks lack ofjj rj Farrar at sufficient street crossings and lack ot gravel on some of our streets 1 Lack of uniformity in sidewalks A birdseye view of Victoria would show short pieces of white sidewalk mud sand gravel grassy sward and so on tlie patch work so intermingled as to present the appearance of a crazy quilt It is a matter of common knowledge that those who have al ready built sidewalks have the right to demand that their neighbors should also build theirs They have been asked time and again to build them but they shirk the duty It is now up to the City Council to pass a compul sory sidewalk ordinance and see to t Ithat it is enforced rigidly and without partiality It will not be necessary to enforce it but once or twice The re maining citizens will learn that they can build the walk for what the fine and costs would amount to 2 As to the crossings the council has already signified its purpose to furnish the crossings at the citys ex pense 3 As to the graveling the streets the present administration is to be congratulated Croakers will croak in good as well as in bad weather The undeniable fact remains that many of our streets are being graveled and Third Degree love the play and love the iiafl of Aaiiie Jeffries and I just live the character of Annie every night I play the part placed in fristclass condition It is the purpose of this council to gravel every street in the city as soon as money can be raised to do the work One thing seems certain and that is the money at their disposal has been used to the best possible advantage Let tho council adopt the policy out lined in this editorial raise money toi continue street building either by tax ation or bond issue and push sidewalk extension and Victoria would soon carry off the palm as the most beauti ful little city in the South The ad vertising benefits such civic improve ments would confer would be far greater than the paltry cost Pleurisy pains are located just be low the short ribs Lumbago affects the same region but toward he back BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is the remedy in either case IE nibbed in thoroughly it eases pain relaxes the muscles and the patient can move about freely and comfortably Price 25c 50 and per bottle Sold by Harding Parker and Fletchers Phar macy Champion of the Light Car Class NOST MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE EXPENSE Many dealers will tell you that thy have a better carfor lets money than anyone else and you know the itatement to be absurd We wil granthat there may be other cars at the same price as good as the Hup we will inilst that there are none better WE MAKE THIS CLAIM WITHOUT we can run more miles on a gallon of gasoline than any car in Victoria and that the Hup will ride easier over rough roads than any car weigh ing Itu than 3000 pound to provt thcte things Consider tlso that we guarantee thingswe SAY and things we SELL If you have bought machinery from us you will know what our guarantee meani Knowlan Machine Shops OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOt Notice Victoria Council No 1329 Knights of Columbus meets every Wednesday evening at oclock at their Council Chamber on Santa Rosa Street Vis iting knights arc invited II T Graniiinn FlnSecy The State of Texas To all persons Interester in the Estate of Janie Ijreste a Minor V A Bguia guardian of the person ieits and of the estate of Janie Ureste there and rightly so Miss Lottie Leo Billsteln who lias with tile family of Augleton returned home last week well pleased with liei trip The Farmers Telephone Company of Inez was organized here recently The purpose of this company Is to give nil the stockholders most of them liv ing below Inez connection with Vic toria Tliis Is a good move and will be of great benefit to the farmers Kev Klobouk of El Campo will hold services here at the Catholic Church at JO a in the first Sunday in March Tlie services outside of mass will be In Bohemian language for the benefit Bohemian chUyens who live below Inez We trust they will all attend this service The citizens of Salem above Inez voted on a bond Issue last week for draining purposes The measure went through without a dissenting vote If we can get a bond issue for good roads throughout this section we will be satisfied It has to come and the sooner the better We regret to hear that our young friend Wallis Koontz who is attend ng school at St Edwards College at Austin has been sick We trust he will soon be able to attend school Rev Monroe of Edna preached at the Union Church here Sunday after noon to a largo congregation Mrs Lissetc Mertz of Oauado spent i few days here with relatives Mr and Mrs Wyman and little son of Chicago are spending a few months with Sirs R A Coward Mrs Wymans mother Miss Pearl Randolph Is spending a few days witli Miss Cora Young at Salem There is a good deal of sickness out here An automobile salesman from Vic toria was out here yesterday We were unable to find anyone who would buy one for us so we will have to do without one for a while Jasper Kooutz and Caleb Letts won hunting Sunday Dont ask us what success they had At least we have not received any of the game The Misses Ollie Elsie and Delia Martin spent Sunday with the Misses Lnla and Aloie Obsta We suppose if was alively day for thcin The county teams and men out hore are busy binding the county roads this week The work is badly needed Tile lumber yard of H F Letts is in full swing now If you need any Iliing in the lumber line call on Mr Jlo will treat you right Caleb Letts is putting i well down imi IL U1HU IIUU it IS IIUL 11 111 ILCU Congress tomght 1 he deciding ballot ft partlog and Ule was cast at sending of notes and verse alone For exactly twentysix minutes throughout this vicinity but is a day Scnor Pedro Lascurian Minister of Of lovu and friendship with old and Foreign Affairs under tho Madero re gime had the honor of serving as head ot the government lie naturally suc ceeded to this olllce after the joint ses sion had accepted the resignation or deposition of Francisco I Miidero as president and Pino Snarez as vlco president Senor Lascurian appointed General young as was manifest on the previous fourteenth here and elsewhere The Burroiighsville school ordered the oc casion with appropriate recitation the sending or lovely valentines to each other etc At the close of which finite a number of the young folks also older ones hied themselves to the lovely little village of Telferaer Hucrta Minister of Foreign Affairs and to the huge Sunday School box supper then resigned ns provisional presidentnml valentine entertainment Of of the republic I course the old scribe was along and Several ballots were cast before a decision was reached Former President Madero is lo be deported This was decided upon lit the joint session Ho will be sent to Vcru Cruz according to report and placed on u steamer bound for some port which he will select Mr Maderos family boarded a train tonight for Vera Cruz They left the city at 11 oclock Today has been a historymaking one for the Mexican Republic but standing ont like an ugly blot against a background of peace and celebration of the end of the fearful conflict of nine days durntion 1s the Idling of Gustavo Madero brother of former President Mndero Gustavo Madero was at oclock this morning executed In the court yard of the Cuidadla or arsenal by order of General Diaz under the so called fugitive law Francisco Madero and Pino Suarw vice president were occupying prison cells in the arsenal at the time of the execution They were transferred to the arsenal from the National Palace under heavy guard earlier in the morn ng John Kenneth Turner author of minor has filed In the County Court of Victoria County his final account of the condition of said estate together with an application to be discharged as guardian thereof which will he heard by said court the 1st Monday in April A D 1 i same being the 7th day of April A D 1913 at the Court House of said Victoria County in Victoria Texas at which time and place all persons interested in said estate arc required to appear and contest said final account and application if they see proper Witness Herman Fischer Clerk of the County Court of Victoria County Texas Given under my hand and seal of said Court at my office in Victoria Texas on this the 3rd day of February A D 1913 Herman Fischer Clerk County Court Victoria County Texas A true copy I certify R 8 WeiKiger Sheriff C Koontz at the gin Mr Koonlz has new machinery installed in his gin and will be prepared to gin all cotton that comes Steph Vein Norman bought a fine buggy horso yesterday Ho can take his best girl out riding on Sundays Mrs Quinn of Kl Campo is here on a visit to relatives Jacob Scherer of Inez made a busi ness to Salem today lie took a sample of the Advocate with him Miss Idell Farrar of Inez spent a few days at Cuero last week with the DeLton family who used to live here Tho following have paid their sub acriptions to the Weekly Advocate since our last report J Millrc H Mertz J F Hiller A T Urban and E T Crittenden Thanks Everybody is liable to catch cold but those who give a cold proper at tention never have serious lung dis eases It Is neglect that makes them serious Prudent persons use BAL LARDS HOREHOUMD SYRUP as soon as the trouble appears and the cold is cured at once Price 25c 50c and JlOO per battle Sold by Harding k Parker and Flctchtri Pharmacy Telfernor Texas Feb 1 Hudson of Victoria will preach at the Tolfcrner School House every sec ond Sunday In the month In the after noon Lightfoot Camp W 0 W of Tclfrr tier will glvo a masriiKrado ball in the Telfernor schoolhouse on Friday night February 2S All are Invited to attend The box supper given ut Tclferner was a great success Anything given for a good cause deserves credit Telferner Items are scarce this week What we have wo picked up In a Barbarous Mexico lias been held prisoner In the arsenal since Sunday iftcrnoon charged with being a spy Today he succeeded in sending word o your correspondent by a rebel gun ner asking that the American ambass ador be notified Turner was arrested while taking photographs Ambassa dor Wilson has been notified and is endeavoring to secure his release The city continued in a frenzy of joy today Great mobs of people pa raded the street carrying pictures of Diaz Huertn and Blanquet draped with Mexican fliigs and vivas for them were heard on all sides Last night a mob set fire to and burned the building occupied by the Nueva iCra Maderos paper and threat ened to destroy the plant of El Jin paicial All members of the Madero cabinet hnve been paroled lo thnir homes where where they arc guardedby sol diers Marcus Hernandez brother of Ha fael Hernandez Minister of Goberno cion under Madero was killed by rn rales last night General lluerta issued a manifesto to the poople saying that Madero and liis cabinet would be liuld prisoners un til tho in extraordinary ses sion determined what to do with thiin Francisco de la Barra is slated to lie Minister of Foreign Relations Gener al MonclraRon will likely receive tlmi war portfolio and David de la Fucntc will be made Minister of Communica tions and Public Works bad we not been we would bare missed a rare treat Upon entering the Telferner Schoolhouse had one not known the date of the month ha would have been reminded by the love ly decorations which were hearts of every size and color arranged very artistically The Old Maids Orches tra opened the program each In tacky attire And O those hats At they furnished music each having a different kind of musical instrument At the conclusion of the program Mr Guest the auctioneer took charge of the boxes brought by old and young and soon had them sold al 30 Then such a feast and social ensued Thus ended one of the most enjoyable Four toenths ever passed here Some arc planting a little corn this week but seem a little afraid to ven ture far Irish potatoes have been planted In abundance notwithstanding they were per sack Sweet po tatoes are bedded ready to send forth their slips and so soon the mlghtl cotton will again be planted Peter Rogari of Ouadalupe L J Gillis Jim Carpenter and R W Schus ternt of Hoodville and Mr Flmbel ot Victoria were here this week three former parties bought The pigs while the other two purchased cattle froin the Thornton farm Misses Ponder attended Sunday School at Telferner last Sabbath and wore accompanied home by Miss Lille Branch and brother The Misses Thornton attended Sim day School and church services in Vic toria last Sabbath ut the First Baptist Church and report 103 at Sunday School notwithstanding the cold weather and early hour of meeting diehard Hogan has returned from a weeks trip to Central Texas Jlr Dodson and family of Lone Tree sirent the day with William Har veys family last Sabbath W S Hanson sends us lovely scenes of his new home orchard field etc at Winsboro Texas It will be re immbered that Mr Hanson sold out and moved there just before Christ mas Glad to Bay the graveled road now reiclios aimnst to the 1 T Mitchel farm in this district round about way If you want your town advertised you must lake some interest in it Items of Interest to the Telferner or Inez community should be sent toj Frank Botz Inez Texas Mr Hotz represents the Advocate in these communities and is empowered to transact business for us Subscrip tion job work and advertising Save Money Buy your drugs by Parrel Post Wo carry a large stock Write for prices Martins Pharmacy Canada Texas Sore Lungs and ft Dry Hacking Cough can bo relieved by using Ballards Horehound Syrup Its cftcct In the lunits IB sootlilnit and heallns very I grntlfylne to those who are I racked by a painful cough ReI llcvcs tightness loosens I phlegm clean tho voice ot j hoarseness and quiets all irrl1 tatcd conditions so that the I slcco I no lomer disturbed at night rrlre Me 1140 Buy the 1100 It con1 tains flvo times as much ns the I 25c size and you gel with each I bottle a Dr Hcrrlcks Kcd repI per porous Plaster for the chcst1 I Stepheni Eye Salve a htallnol ointment for Sen atuBAMBRctennt HARDING PARKER FLETCHERS PHARMACY KJ   

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