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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                I lint Victoria ud Vktocfe Gouty to O onmL VICTORIA TEXAt MARCH 1 1913 NUMMHM BIG LOSSES f ROM HAIL STORM IN SANANTONIO Hall Penetrated of Many Hornet Windows Run Wild With Fright in San Antonio Express Thousands of dollars worth ot glass shattered window blinds ripped into shreads and roofs punctured in a lew brief moments last night when a terrific hail storm swept Obe greater part of the city The heaviest bom bardment occurred early in the even lag shortly before 7 oclock and this was followed by a heavy downpour of rain At 8 30 oclock hall fell again and the third aerial ratatat was re corded at oclock It was the sev erest hail storm San Antonio has ex perienced in many years Warning that something unusual would occur in the elements venting their fury was manifest in trie late aft ernoon when a few scratching drops of rain fell on a brazen Febraary day Then the North and West skjes began to take on sombre hues indicating the of the storm which had its origin in the southwestern part of tae Rocky Mountain region At the Weather Bureau the approach lag storm was apparent in midafter aoon when the barometer began to drop At C oclock the delicate in strument reached an extremely low leel and the forecaster said there would be considerable wind and rain The hail was unannounced and it caine with what might be terined start ling sudUniness It drove to earth MEYCRSTOWN DOTS Bleyerstown Texas Feb er are buy planting corn in thin vi cinity Albert Schmidt of Cuero spent a few days with relatives here P Schmidt was in Victoria last Sat urday Mrs Louis Schmidt and children are visiting relatives in Cuero F B Dlebel was in town last Sat urday Mrs 3 Schimdt spent Sunday with home folks A Sunday School Class was organiz ed at the Weber School We wish them success Mr and Mrs Robert Koehl were called to the bed sideof Mrs Koehls father A Reimann last Saturday A weighing party will be given at the Weber School house Friday night March 7 for the benefit of the school All the girls bring a box as they would for a box supper Everybody is invited with all the fury the forces of gravita tion can lend a falling object and timid humanity was subjected to genuine fright Animals unaccustomed to such demonstrations and not securely hitch at once sought shelter regardless t consequences The police had re ports ot a number of runawajs From many parts of the city there came reports ot damageLaurel Heights Tobm Hill West End Alamo Heights a part of Government Hill and some of the low lying sections of the city caught the brunt of the storm It was in these sections that the hail stones large as hen eggs or lemons bat tered shutters smashed in glasses and li score of instances penetrated tin roofs with the apparent ease as if noth lig more than a bouse of cards A TEXASWONDER Wilsons Resignation Has Been Filed Trenton Feb Wilson resigned the governorship of New Jer sey at 1 oclock today effective Sat urday noon March 1 The governor wrote his resignation In his own hand and seut it by Secretary Tumulty to David S Carter secretary of state At the same time he sent a message to both houses of the legislature notify ing them of his act I shall have the pleasure of being a prorate citizen for just three days remarked Mr Wilson I think I shall celebrate the fact by turning a hand spring iust to show that I have no dig nity ot office to maintain WILSONS GUARD A RETAIL SNAP New Jersey Troops Will Have Position Interstate Grocer on Honor in Inaugural i Yes remarked the country me Parade chant to the newspaper man I ce tainly have a snap The wholesal Newark N J Feb first send me duns every month an troop of the New Jersey National llraw on at sight but if 1 send Guard the military unit that Is to havebl to a fanner he comes in swearin the position of honor in the inaugurallna1 ani1 trading at my stor parade March 4 yesterday completed Wllile am for money man arrangements for its trip to Washingj orthose who owe iiie are sending cas ton Sunday The cavalrymen will iu advance to mull order houses It carry their own equipment and wincontribute money to any cause peopl encamp outside the capital lm bidding for trade If 1 rtou ing their camp uutllMarch 5 A detail of 321 enlisted men and seven com they say 1 am a hag Every day 1 iu expected to dig up for everything tha manding officers will make up the long from a raffle ticket to complement commanded by First Lieu cliuicn tlltu1 uv tlle people who say tenant R H Balvere Other details of the New Jprse National Guard will take part in tli ceremonies Will Be at the Denver Saturday Miss Stockwell salesmnaager tor the Stockwell Nursery Company will be at the Denver Hotel Saturday March 1 Bargains in uced cars at the Par Garage successor to Texas Motor Ca Supply Company Carrania Says Huerta is a Traito Enle Pass Texas Feb streets of Eagle Pass are crowde with refugees from Mexico Citizen UTOIII Piedras Nagras have been movini ought to because they do their tradin y herebut my friends Skeers ft Chaw bucks neither buy tickets nor help th church fund and yet get cash in ad vance business and it I were to cl dilute a subscription paper among th wholesale houses where 1 trade would get the laugh proper If I sel n pair of pants I must treat the fumil to candy and cignrs if I buy a load o potatoes 1 must do the same Custo mers who are able lo pay hang ont Ihelr money while 1 pay 10 per cen The Texai Wonder cures Iriduer bladder tioubles removing gravel cures diabetes weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trou in children If not sold by your druggist Kill be sendby mail on re ceipt of One small bottle ts two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Send for Teias testimonials Dr E W Ha11 2926 Olive Street St Louis Mo Sold bj druggists and will be pleased to see any one wishing to order trees flowers palms etc Palms are grown and shipped in boxes and tubs and can be transplant ed any time before April 1 The State of Texas To all persons Interester in the Estate of Janie Ureste a Minor VAJ Eguia guardian of the person and of the estate of Janie Ureste a minor has filed in the County Court of Victoria County his final account of the condition of said estate togethei over bringing with them all their be longings The bridge is lined wit men women and children loaded will pet animals and household goods con ing to this side for safety Colonel Emilio Carranza in charge of 200 volunteers is prepared to resls any effort on the part of the federal to take the city Last night he cap tured a detachment of 2f federals sev eral miles below the city and dlsarmec them bringing them to the city as pris mers The trains are not running below Monclova and the whereabouts o Governor Carranza who is attempting to get to Monclova to establish head quarters is not known A detachment of 40 men was sent from Piedras Ne gras this morning to Las Vacas to hold that point ot vantage opposite Del Rio Captain Sigler in command ot a de tachment of Third United States Cav alry expects no trouble here though lie is every precaution to pro tect citizens on this side A full troop of cavalry from Port Clark will arrive liere this afternoon and be placed un der Captain Slglers command He will establish a night patrol for this city and see that no undue stamped with an application to be discharged as j from Piedras Negras results in harm guardian thereof which will he heard j to American people This morning by said court the 1stMonday in April General V Carranza governor ot the State of Coalniila sent the following message to President Taft and Presi dentelect Wilson The Mexican nation condemns the villainous coup deelnt which has de prived her of her constitutional rulers who were cowardly assassinated but is aware lhat her institutions are alive and is disposed to sustain them I am A D 1913 same being the 7th day ot April A D 1913 at tile Court House ot said Victoria County in Victoria Texas at which time and place all persons interested in said estate are required to appear and contest said final account andapplication if they ee proper Witness Herman Fischer Clerk ot the County Court ofVictoria County Texas Given under my hand and seal of your successor certain that both the government of your excellency as well as that of not accept the said Court at my office in Victoria j spurious government which Huerta is Texas on this the 3rd day of February A D 1913 Herman Fischer Clerk ounty Court Victoria County Texas A true copy I certify ft S Weisiger Sheriff Champion of the Light Car fully equipped F O B Victoria attempting to establish upon crime and treason but will proceed with cir cumspection toward the social and political interests our country Carranza Governor State of Coahuila Listened to Beats of Heart Philadelphia Feb a stetho scope applied to his ears Carl W jiSchneyder a manufacturer o surgical instruments yesterday listened to his heart record its dying bents after ho at the bank to get ready cash I have a big business during hard times am poor crops from the people who ar willing to trade with me providing can duplicate catalogue prices am wait until after harvest for my money Sly scales weigh too heavy when I scl sugar and too light when I buy butter I am a thief a liar and a grafter If I smile I am a soft soap hypocrite if drnt 1 am a grump Yos this is cer inlnly a snap And then he looks ovei tJOOOO worth of book accounts a good and wondered how he could raise W50 to meet a sight draft tomorrow Great Family Record of Dead Man Lebanon Pa Feb he was refused enlistment in the civil war becauseof advanced age Samuel Xeuin died only yesterday He was OS years old last September and is iiirvlved by nine children 7 grand children 51 greatgrandchildren five Teatgreatgrandchildren and two reatgreatgreal grandchildren He was bornin 1804 in Strnuston in what low Schuykill County Pa Neuin laimed to have cast his first vote for ohn Quincy Adams for president His on Harrison who is 70 yean erred throughout the civil war s old INEZ Frank Bots cor Inez Teias Keb Is a dis agreeable day but It teaches us to be patient underall kinds of circum stances Rev Sclmetzer ot Bl Campo held Lenter services at the Catholic Church here this morning Mrs Evans and Miss Ethel Douglas of this place went to Victoria as dele gates of the Union Church Sunday School to intend the Sunday School Convention Ben Arnold and wife of Meyers ville were visiting relatives here a few days ago Planting Irish potatoes and corn is the order of the day now Win Boedicker of Iowa who owns u tract of land below Inez after stay Ing here about a month fencing his land left for home He will return here In the fall to put more improve enis on the land Services will be held at tho Catholic Church here Sunday FIFTEEN GARS 10 CONVEY LIZARD Jensen Utah Fob flfUa box car loaded with a portion of tto skeleton of a Utah lizard started to day for the Carnegie Museum in Pitta burg It IB estimated that 10 more ear loads will be necessary before all bones of the giant dinosaur which being excavated on the banks of Ute GreenRiver are assembled in burg It Is not so much the size ot the reptile that is requiring a train of cars to transport it as It is that bones are quarled in blocks out of solid rock and the blocks cased for ship ment Tlio skeleton measures 84 feet in length New Jewelry Firm It H Barnes ot Cuero bought out he jewelry establishment of of J Hi Bnrron who succeeded Mr Creer In he jewelry business In this city The J H Newcomer of Kansas movedbusiness will be conducted at the to the Saloin district this week Biinie stand under Win Barnes a Jasper Koontz hurt a valuable horse of R II Bnrnes Mr Barnes had been killed by a train last week Mr and Mrs 11 H Davis parents Or Davis of this place and the wife ot Dr Davis went to Port OCon lor for a few days outing Sloam plowing Is still going on be ow Inez on the black land Much it the sod will be turned over for next I ears Cultivation Inex is rather dull right now as the urmcrs are all busy In their fields nd have no lime to come to town The passenger train from Houston fns over tour hours late yesterday nd some of our citizens were also to ay on the edge as they wanted to nd out the news from Mexico The ews was stirring enough and sotne ad no doubt bad dreams that night We are glad to note that the bill of lepresentatlve Morris establishing strict agricultural colleges was re connected with the jewelry business at Cuero for the past twenty years and it IB his purpose to make an equal success of the business here DACOSTA DOINGS orted favorably and trust it wlllbc ome a law The Literary Society of Salem had discussion Shall woman vole or DaCosta Texas Feb ter supper given by the W 0 W on the 22nd was a success and greatly en joyed by the young folks especially Farmers are most through planting corn and some have begun planting cotton A J Maddox was a passenger to Victoria Monday Mrs W W Crouch of Crescent Valley was In UaCosta doing some shopping Tuesday Mrs II Devasier was reported quite 111 on Wednesday Miss Jewell Robinson who has with a sleel fiOST MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE LOWEST UPKEEP EXPENSE Many dealers will tell you that they have a better car than anyone rise and you know the statement to be absurd We will grant hat there may cars at the same price as good as the Hup we will insist that there are none better WE MAKE THIS CLAIM WITHOUT QUALIFICATIONThat 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 inan w ing less than 3000 pound Ask us to prove the things Consider also that we juarantee things we SAY and things we SELL If you have bought machinery from us you will know what our guarantee fntana Knowlan Machine Shops had pierced1 that organ lance Near the body which was discovered Jin the rear of his store was a piece of 11 paper on which was written the fig tires 1 2 ending with 20 The coroner believes this is the rec ord of the pulsations Schncyder had strength to record before his death He was is years old and had been in poor health ooooooot ECZEMA TRY ZEMO Can Try it at Our Risk Yes try Zcmo Thats all you need o to get rid of tho worst case of Mexican Fruit Fly The fact has been determined by ic Secretary of Agriculture that nn ijurious insect known as the Mexi in fruil fly Trypcta new to nd not heretofore widely prevalent ml distributed within and throughout ic United Stales exists in the Ite ubllc of Mexico Xnw therefore I lames Wilson ecretdry of Agriculture under auth rity conferred by section 7 cf the act August 20 1912 known as The lanl quarantine act do hereby de are that it Is necessary In order lo revent tile introduction Into tlic niiert States ot be insect known ns the Mexican fruit fly Trypeln In to forbid the Importation into the United Stares from the Republic of Mexico of the following fruits Oranges Sweet limes Mangoes Achras capotes Peaches Guavas and plums Hnreafler and until further notice by virtue ot said surtion 7 of the act of congress approved August 20 1SI2 the importation or entry into the United States for any purpose of the fruits hereinbefore named and thoir horticultural varieties is prohibited Done at Washington this loth day of ot at their meeting last week The on the sick list since Sunday we am lot received the decision such Pleased lo see Is able to resume her scieties of the young people are doing duties at the school loom ucii good Every community ought Mis Marek mother ot Mrs T J have such societies We trust Inez Lesikar who has been sick for about a II follow suit in this and organize a week is reported not any better society here Mrs H I Webb and children of dont slee we at Berclalr are here on a visit to Mrs inervous and lowspirited you need a Webbs mother Mrs H C Koontz JIERBINB I a pow rjimiiy VGr stimulant and cleansing There is no use in growling and nedicine U qulets tbo nuarreling if things dont go right It anfl cheerfulness Price wont help yon any You may klckiEC So d by Harding Parker and the cat but that animal n FIetchel s will only look at you and smiie in his or her fashion and you will feel worse after that kick than before and nlso be ashamed The young people of Inez gave a tacky Report all cases of Inhumanity to 72 Chalmers Rco and Ford cars ma chine shop garage and everything in party in the new schoolhonseaccescsores and the besi service cars IHSI week which was well attended All present had lots of fun Vincent the popular young son of Mr and Mis L A fritz of Victoria mingled with bis friends here one day last week We understand that the lumberyard at Tfilfernnr is being removed to Plarndo We suppose business reas ons compelled lie change Bad for Telferncr Dont forget the masquerade bail to be Riven Fridiy night by the Telferj ner Camp W O W You will have I lots of fun I C M Billstein is building a resi dence for Frank Pagan on a tract of In town Park Garage successor to Texas Motor Car Supply Company transact business for us Subscrip tions job woik and advertising Save Money Buy your drugs by Parcel Post We carry a large stock Write for prices Martins Pharmacy Gisniido Texas January 1911 Witness my hand and I Far the seal of the United States Depart Cr mcnt of Agriculture Jiimos Wilson Secretary of Agriculture Issued January 22 Placedo State Bank Organized From Tuesdays Daily The Placedo State Bank was ganlzed last night and the following Poach trees are in full bloom and if we dont get n freeze we can reas onably look for a fine crop of them Gardens too look fine and there are plenty of vegetables to eat We cant help but urge on Ihe dti zens of CoinmiKKloners Precinct No j the need of good roads all over country The good roads movement eczema You take no chance It TSlifl The Board of no experiment Zcmo Is positively Dlrmors arc JF WeMor V S Bull guaranteed to stop Itching rash raw bleeding eczema make a pimpled face smooth and clean Zemo Is a wonder and the minutes applied It sinks In vanishes leaves no evidence doesnt officers were elected Frank S Uulil So let us not lor president Jno W Henderson first vice president 1 0 West second vice president I n Manry of Ten stick no grease Just a pure clean wonderful liquid and It cures This la guaranteed Zemo Is put up by B W Rose Medicine Co St Ixuls I stay back but consider the mailer in the right way II has to romp A bund I issue to run for about years would be the right thing niiil would not lie hard on any body Think It over and ler J W Henderson T 0 West 1 aL rc for II Kins I B Manry and Frank W Wick The directors will at once con struct a brick building lor the bank at Plnoedo They adopted the plan of the private bond guarantee proposl I Ion The building for tho now bank will lie rushod to completion and they will be ready for business within CO days ofll Inez Camp W 0 W held a meeting at their halt last Saturday night Mnm hcrs should altend these meetings Items of Interest to the Tflferner or Inez community should bo sent to Frank Ilotz Inez Texns Mr Botx represents tho Advocate In theso communities and Is empowered to HARDING A PARKER FLETCHERS PHARMACY   

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