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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                7 4 r L U c chin OM H rrrach Flrrt Victoria tad Victoria Couh ty Second Bonthwtrt tarn in 1 VOLUME VICTORIA MARpH 8 1913 EMILIOMADERO TROOPS TURNS UP ALONE AT SAN ANTONIO DaCosta Texas March XIrs Lj Marek aged 53 years died at the homei of her daughter Mrs 3 3 Falfrej at 3 oclock February 28 Cause of death dropsy Mrs Marek is survived by D daugh ters and four sons Mrs J J Fairer S Win Dreyer Miss Mllade Jlarek SHOT FIRST AT U S SOLDIERS iim pniy III NOTE fflLMJW lflAMi3 FIRST RULE IN FILLING POSTS Beporti Announcing Hit Death at Handt of Federals Have Proven Without Any Foundation San Antonio Texas March Jo Madero officially and unofficially reported dead halt a dozen times reached San Antonio this morning witlr days on fai his brother Raoul after a 000mile Costa horseback ride from Mexico to Mara Noble aml UCjie Willis were Gen Bliss and Col Gullfoyle Say Mrs Frank Kubica and Joe Marek of Americans Gave No Provocation IDaCosta Mrs J 1 Lesigar of Port Whatever at Agua Prieta JLavaca John Marek of Bucnholts and Willie and Frank Marek of Cameron wlsllingtoni jay troops The writer extends sincere sympa weve esllonsible tor Uie latest bor thy i der fight near Douglas Ariz with C S Manpiu spent a troops ot tlle Cavalry by fir jMl am Da Frank Botz cor 4 Texas March wonder how many of our school children and adulls knew that last Sunday was Texas Independence Day H C Klein received a carload ot fine oats from Iowa As fine oats us we ever have seen Dr McMullen of Victoria spent n few hours in Inez Monday II F Letts received a carload ot shingles He is now ready to serve you with all kinds of building material Miss Nettie Dincans of Inez who Is attending school at Victoria spent a couple of days at home thon Texas where they crossed the border Twice during the long over land journey they had to defend them selves against attack making a run ning fight of it once and escaping by knowledge of the country on the part ot the three servants who ac companied them They were met here by Gabriel Ma dero another brother and all will rn in San Antonio until after a con ference is held In New York between Alfonso Madero and other members of ihe sick list this week T W Willis is boring wells for H tws week I HeIKlerson alul Paring Prieta yesterday morning ing the first shot according to a re Joe 5pcnt port today from Brigadier General a it to some Bliss He said Colonel Guilfoyle ported that an armed bodyof Mexi R L Webb o Boiolar out of I ammrentlr Penilar Cold Breakers 25c Fletch Pharmacy the Store of Quality iloyed and fired a few shot at a post t a thousand yards south of the camPtIon t Berclair family er on the border An American machine gun replied I Rev Kiobouk of El Campo held services here at the Catholic Church Election Proclamation By virtue of the power vested in me by law and in obedience to the pro visions of Section 34 Acts of the 29th with five shots and the Mexicans reaat SundaVi the scrmou was Do I tired toward Agua Prieta Colonel Guilfoyle makes no mention of any casualties but says he has two troops with a machine gun on observation the lamily who are now en route to legislature Laws 1905 that city from Havana fioo REWARD The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In ail Us stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous sur faces Of the system thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by build isg up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The pro prietors have so much faith in its cur ative powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that It fails to cuie Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Texas do hereby order and direct that any kind was given by the American an election be held on the First TuesjsomiCTS day in April 3913 the same being the First day of said Month for the Elec tion of Mayor for the City ot Victoria ud Four Aldermen viz One alderman or each of the Four Wards of the City of Victoria Texas Said election is directed to be held n each of the four wards of the City ot Victoria anil at the voting places lereinafter named and the same h ng heretofore been designated as polling places by order of the City ouncil of the City ofVictoria towit At Mechanics Hose Company No 4 Ward No One voting precinct No One B L Jecker presiding judge and Stephen Fimtel assistant judge and Victor Sciiier and Fred Piper clerks thereat A handy alcohol stove is a great con venience tn the sick room Also fine for warming up babys milk bachs 25c and up At Dies For furnished rooms for light housekeeping Apply 307 Wash ington Street Phone G57 Farm Sold A B Dunseth sold his GOacre farm near Bloomington to a Mr Tolbert at ISO per acre Chest pains and a dry hacking cough should be treated with BAL LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP taken internally and a HERRICKS RED PEPPER POROUS PLASTER applied to the chest Buy the dollar size Hare hound Syrup yon get a Porous Plaster free with each bottle Sold by Hard tng Parker and Fletchers Pharma cies I W J hemian and German A large congre gation was present We understand that some of the I large ranches below Inez In Victoria at the points where the trouble jackson counties will be opened curred He says no cause is known soon If this Is the truth look out Craig Mayor of the City of Victoria for the attack as no provocation of Better9 fnl tt our newcomers who are already here make a good crop this year We are General Bliss reports that he ban lQ lhc lm no mlgtake Instructed Colonel Guilfoyle in case ot wfi ftst Wejnes a further attack not to return fire un less it is necessary to protect lifeon the American side He also has cau day and In the night with some hall not do much but R scared a large number of our people Place Mutt See the Heads or Departments and Can Reach Him Only When Bent For Washington March the first statement ho has Issued from the White House since he became presi dent Mr Wilson announced today that he would decline to see applicants for BURROUCHCVILLE C 0 Thornton cor i Burroughtrllle Texas March 4 Cottons being planted I Corns coming through j Tatars up and growing Pork and sausage smoking too Cool northers still a coming Hogkllliiigs with us yet The pastures fine for cattle While the poultry lay and set JJ Natures smiling in the country And the farmers smiling too For wltn Providence a helping He knows what he can do A young electrical storm omce in person except those he invlthere about midnight on Wednesday cd The presidents statement follows The president regrets that he Is I February 26 accompanied by consid erable winds and light rain Yesterday being a legal holiday obliged to announce he deems it Ills there was no school here duly to decline to nee applicants for office In person except when he him self invites the Interview It Is his purpose and desire to devote his at tention very earnestly to the business about thirty pupils were fooled Will Downing ot Hutto was lira guest ot lltchard Uogan last week Mr Downing Is a relative of Mr and Is on a prospecting tour bere M ot the government and the large well as a visit questions of policy affecting the whole Will Hobbs a former nation and he knows from his expertville boy now a resident of Ctllfor ence as governor of New Jersey nin is out on a visit to his where It fell to him to make innmnMr and Mrs Hobbs of Hoodvllle erable the greatJs accompanied by his wife nee MlM er part both of his time and of his energy will be spent in personal inter views with candidates unless he sols an Invariable rule in the matter It Is his intention to deal with appoint ments through the heads of the several executive departments Jersey worksteer branfl tioned him to keep his men under covj j L Randolph our popular coimnlacd L P connected with bar on top er as far as possible so as not to B stm the publicSuitable reward will be paid for In vite hostile acts parties Detailed from irresponsible roads Iee Is doing his best to keep formation Simons Meat Market our roads in fine shape with the moans reports which have reachJt hg But let ua not or ji ins uisiiusiu i3uu luu via iiuu LUI ed the state department of the first get that we want some graveled roads I in the afternoon Sunday at the as collision between and chag Praeger and School Superinferner Schoolhouse this being his reg Mexicans near Douglas make it appear tendent Ratciif were in ra one day uiar appointment All are Invited to that this was the work of Maderistas asl lnJ5pecllnB the new school1 attend C H Hillman Chas HIMmiin i Mr Swygert of Telferner and Chas and that while the Mexican federal house forces wore not at first involved E c Babl o ale of were in the end drawn into the long a ffiw llours ln YoaUum spenta few days range musket duel and only one per son was wounded Monday at Houston last week Watch out for box supper and F II Scherer the popular merj Give attention to everything you dance for the benefit of the Hudlerlchnnt of Tolfpmor has been on the At City Hall Ward No Two voting need for baby by phoning your order to School on Monday It will come off sick list for the last two weeks We precinct No Two P J Scott presidj Diesbachs where prompt attention is i style trust he will soon be able to alto We dont want lo step on anybodysto his bulsness again toe but there are some people who The W 0 W Ball last week at think you are doing them ah Injustice ITelferner was a success in every way and go and do something which they Farmers rironnd here are lip with ought to be ashamed of Come up to their work and most ot the corn is planted F H Scherer received a carload of flour and will sell same at reasonable ng judge and Herman Winkelinan given to delivering and accurate at assistaut judge and J W Ward and tentlon given to quality Will H Schuchert clerks thereat At Hook and ladder House No Two Ward No Three voting precinct No READ THIS Two New Amendments The Sixteenth Tax Amendment Is the first amend ment added to the federal constitution in the past fortythree years The Seventeenth Amendment Popular Election of United States Senaors is also added to that great instrument ot popular government The first of these amendments will cause the wealthy class to bear a greater share of the cost of govern ment acd thereby lesson tho burdens of the poor The second new amcntl Three D J Parker presiding judge and Anton Bursa assistant judge and M Wheeler and John Newcomb clerks thereat At Fire House No One in Ward No Four voting precinct No Four Marx Pouff presiding judge and L S Alexander assistant judge and L I Jecker and J D Sneigr clerks there at Witness my hand this the 4th clay of March A D 191 Wm J Craig Mayor of the City of Victoria Texas The above and foregoing order of the Mayor being read in open council the same is hereby adopted as the or der of the council and the same is now ordered spread upon the minutes of the council Young MaderoAwaits Family New York March II n dcro one ot the younger brothers of the late president of Mexico arrived today from Ithaca to await his parents and other members of the family who are expected to reach here Friday on the steamer Mexico from Havana Young Madero who is about 21 old has just completed a fouryear course in agriculture at Cornsli Uni versity He said that he was entirety without news from Mexico except the newspaper dispatches The Texas Wonder cures kidney and better bladder troubles dissolves gravel Anton the mark my friends and you will feel cures diabetes weak and lame backs Gerviss of VMoria is a welcome visitor at the home of his prices to his customers Call on him rheumatism and all Irregularities of Bjster Mrs Joe Sitterle of this placeI Farmers around Telferner believe the kidneys and bladder in both men I The new schoolhouse to be built at I and women Regulates bladder trou tne Leona In the Inez District wasstuff have been received there lately bles In children It not sold by your started last week the Inez schoolhjuse druggist will be send by mail on re ceipt of One small bottle Is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Send for Texas testimonials Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive Street St Louis Mo ilruggists Sold bj Dont comb your hair with a comb ment places more power in the bands that has teeth with rough edges of the people and thereby lessens the a comb with smooth even teeth Dies probability of scoundrels buying seats bachs has them in the senate I Garner Goes to Committee Strayed from my place miles Congressman John N Garner of Southeast tr Telferner Wednesday Texas was yesterday elected a mem Feb 6 one mouse colored mule about her of the Ways and Means Commit 14 hands high with dark stripe runtee This is one of the principal coin ning along backbone to tail and dark nilttoes of the House of Repreccnta strlpes running around joints on legs lives And one old light bay horse shod all Lumber Yard arid Hotel Were Burned Smlthville Texas which originated in March M M Turneys lumber office at a m totally de stroyed the Shadbolt Hotel nnd nbout threefourths of the lumber yardinj eluding all the buildings The hote1 loss is partly insured Tur neys loss is 12000 insured for being nearly finished When com pleted both houses will have a nice appearance Alvin Wieland and John 1leibel of Raisin Victor and Aaron Kolle Wm Kutcha Wm Lopez nnd John Obsta Jr went fishing and hunting Inst week They had more or less luck according to their own stories Save Money Buy your drugs by Parcel Post We carry a large stock Write for prices Martins Pharmacy Oanado Texas House Passed Education Bill The House passed to engrossment yesterday the compulsory education bill This was not done however un Representative Rogers of Wise grinding along Lois of people would j County had an amendment adopted Our law makers at Austin are still til ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN like to see them return home and re main there D W Ellis an A B Douglas are new subscribers and F C Franz has renewed his subscription to the Week ly Advocate Thanks We lost one making the proposed act local option An Sloan also a son Mr Hobbi onus us that he will go to Loulshinm before returning to California Hev J It Comer Baptist missionary of Cuero made a fine talk at the Bur roiighsville Baptist Church on Sun Jay 23rd at 3 oclock Rev Comer visited Telferner Sundny School In tho forenoon he lectured He cfl here for Crescent Valley where preached at night Messrs Crouch uid Yorlt of Crescent Valley attended services here Those who attended the Sunday School entertainmentat Lone Tree on tlie evening of the 25th claim it very enjoyable Mr Tracy Is doing good work The writer and three daughters fto ited Victoria last Sabbath where they attended services at tho First Baptist Church The latter also being among the bearers at the Court House In evening to hoar rM Lovojoy on Perfect Man at the 11 oclock vices Rev John L Ray delivered an ex cellent discourse on Go Forward There were 104 in attendance at Sun day School On the evening of the 27th Olivia Thornton entertained a number of her friends with a musical and lun cheon It being the occasion of her hirihdHy anniversary Lovely music wns discoursed throughout the even ing by Miss Sadie Tracy piano MlM Zctta Holloway violin Robert Tracy second violin also select songs by Miss Gertie Twenlow B W Ray and Hon Chas Carsncr Victoria Telfer ner Hoodville Lone Tree and Bur rouglisville were represented on the oc casion Miss Thornton was the re cipient of quite a number of lovely gifts from friends and relatives This community extends its heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved mother and g other members of the family whose hearts were crushed by the death of II Wroten whose boyhood days were this is giving certain school districts in this vicinity May Cod speed the permission to exempt themselves jUy heal the womluoccasioned by his from the provisions of the law The death Quite a number from chances are said to be favorable for Eczema Pimples Rash and All Skin Afflictions Quickly Healed No matter what the trouble eczema I subscriber last week Maybe he Senate thought w0 were getting too rich so he took his dollar to Victoria He is welcome as we were not concerned in the matter Born to Mr and Mrs DoWitt a boy the final passage of the bill by the We have here tne funeral services and A son was born to Mr ami Mrs II chafing pimples salt rheum Zemo inof wnlcll arc vcry r0ud Conjp stantly stops irritation The ciregratulation comes quick Sinks right in leaving no trace Zemo is a vanishing liquid Evins We regret to report that Your skin fairly revels with delight Ulc KSmn lay it w3jj jthe moment Zemo is applied Greatjborn Wc raUni to n0 bereaved et est thing on earth for dandruff The wonderful way in which EC around whitehind feet Was seen If you have dizzy spells attacks of last on Nursery road Friday Notify blindness with ringing this office or J R Hardln Telferner nfise3 n thc ef9 ll Is an ns receive reward i I which brings on some serious sick for the Mothers neglected HEROINE Is a Magazine Home Reading Club repowerful liver tonic It puts strength quiring only few days work each and activity Into the liver purifies the monh Liberal commission Prefer bowels and restores a feeling of health woman collector Small bond or bank vigor and cheerfulness Price 50c reference required Write the D C Sold by Harding i Parker and Fletch Cook Publishing Co 410 Theatre ers Pharmacies family our sincere sympathy in this thnjr of Borrow zerna rashes pimples dandrulf tetter j jhere was a bail game near the quickly heals by the magic touch House last Sunday Zemo Is marvelous Zemo is sold by waa Woll attended a few ladies leading druggists and in Victoria by Diesbachs Pharmacy PERSONAL MOTION From Thursdays Daily George Bindewald of Seadrift Is being present Joe Montag of Vic toria was among the visitors who wit nessed the game he came out In his rnr which run Into ft ditch The Sa lem hoys who had promised to be there flirt not conio nnd ouf corres sponding a few days in tho city with says for them tho bout thing his sisters to do is to stay at homo then they will Amos Rigby of liloomington Is tn not bo defeated Another game will he played next Sunday the city today Mrs August Kaup and her three We will say here again plcnse send your news lo us by Tuesday evening children are visiting Mrs Kaupfl mnkpa It hard for us to dovote cnts Mr and Mrs F D Peters on spnce when we receive the news on Juan Linn Street The editor of the Ooliad Guard J Littleton Talley Is In tho city Wednesday Please keep this in mind Telforncr Texas March B Hudson of Victoria will preach It coughing ImmPJlv ately eases 1 lungs phlegm ml cloarn the lironclilal luliri la a nno family remedy tilcnsj i ant to lake and good or chiti drcn and adults Vrlce 3rc 30e and 101 Buy tlio size It contains i flvo tlmca ns much as the 25c size anil you net wllli cndi liot llo a r llcrrlcks UP reiipf porous IluEtor for tho rhcsl Stephens Eye Salve Curss Sore Eyc never had more varied weather day beautiful and jbriglit the next cool and cloudy damp many cases of sore hliroat light cases of la grippeetc Though nothing serious thus far Whatever tooth wash you are make it doubly effective by using one of Diesbachs good toothbrushes Gen uine bristle brushes at the right prices Santa Fe Merger Sent Governor Aiislln Texas March sen iililast nislit at oclock passed I finally the Santa Fe merger bill with out any amendments The bill nav passed in house now gons to the Kdvernor for approval Notice to Advertlssri The Advocate will receive no adver tising for publication the day It Ii received If tho copy is not In by the noon hour This regulation will he strictly adhered to and is adopted lo prevent any delay In the publica tion of the paper during these short days HARDING A PARKER PHARMACY JUST INSURANCE THATS ALL L M Phone 36   

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