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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                tint Victoria tad Victoria County Second Southwett in 0 tntnl VICTORIA TEXAS MARCH 15 1913 NUMSCM 44 WON HIS FIGHT FOR FORTUNE 444 4444 4 GERMANTOWN 4 4 Not an Unutual Dialogue Good morning sir Can you tell me where 1 could find some rooms for Louis Harter cor 4light housekeeping 444444 4444 44 Germautown Texas March 10 Thu sir there ire no rooms aval able in this town tor either light concert at the Geruiantown Hull on housekeeping or heavy housekeeping Son Who Wai Disinherited by Rich Meat Packer Fund of Placed in Trust Saturday night March 1 was well at tended We are pleased to note that Frans j Baumersbach has opened a blacksmith shop here We wish him success j Otto Frantz of San Antonio visited i friends here this week j The Lutheran Womens Club is giv j ing our church a new palntjng Chicago March Jacob Cudahy Assessor Wm L Fromme of Goliad son of the late Michael Cudahy who spent last Satunlay in Germantown was practically disinherited by the j berore Iasl Rev HA Let jpackei won lus claims for settlement terman christened the little daughter from the other members of the family oC JIr anj Hausmau it became known here today By the miss Tillie Schulze and brother Rob terras of the compromise been turned over to a trust cbm pany to be held for him his wife and two children Attorneys representing the family and Joseph H Cudahy exe cutor of the estate in Chicago de ert were visiting relatives at Little Milwaukee last week We are glad to report that August Kohl who is on the sick list is im proving There will be a feast at the Luther How do you expect Victoria to grow The citizens expect the newcomer to do the growing Why do you advertise for homc seekers when yoii have no accom homes for them when they arrive Sir you are not on to the combi nation it is this way When Vic toria is full of homeseekors running j MAWS DEATH LAID TO DOOR Of H L American Ambassador Charged With Responsibility for Recent Bloody Chapters in Mexico dent in Possession of Facts Washington March is hither and thither over the town I ever imlicatiou that au ambassador seeking a vacant house to make their to Mexico in succession 10 Henry L r refused him by the terms of the will The amount given Cudahy rep resents oneseventh of the estate ex clusive of the widows onethird By agreement a part of the property is to be held in trust for the children and their father for life and a part goes io the latter outright Bled that the beneficiary was forced an church on the afternoon of Mon to make a fight for the share which March 24 Everybody is invited Mrs Louisa Harter is visiting her daughter Mrs H G Merten near Tel ferner The Liberty School closed last Fri There will be a concert at the Ger mantown Hall Saturday night March 15 Come one and all Mr and Mrs Otto Abermeit and children were with relatives in Vic toria a few days last week ITS HARD TO WORK When Suffering Frim KidnSy Ills Many Victoria People Find This to Be True Whats so hard as a days work with an aching back Or sharp stabs of pain with every suddentwist orturn There Is no peace from the dull No rest from the soreness lameness undweariness It thekidneys are dis ordered you cant reach the cause too soon Neglect Is often fatal Weak kidneys need prompt atten tion Begin ining Doans Kidney Pills at A tested and proven kidney remedy Victoria readers should find new lope in the followng statement L P Sitterle Victoria Texas says At times I had pains in my back which bothered me mostly when I stooped at my woik On a friends ad I procured Doans Kidney Pills and began using them I soon found relief For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents rosterMilbuin Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the take no other 44444444 GUADALUPE DOTS 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Guadalupe Texas March 4 4 4 4 good rain fell here on last Friday Corn is mostly up Cotton that has been planted may have to be replant ed The W 0 W have planted hack berry trees around their hall The gravel road is a blessing whll4 the dirt road is impassable The meeting of Branch No 5 ot the H P Fire and Storm Association which was to have been held at Victoria on March 8 was post poned on account of bad weather The meeting will be held at 10 oclock Saturday morning March 22 REWARD 1100 The readers ot this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that ocience has home it givesthe old town such an air of I isee now why yon advertise for homeseekers Tile Scripture Seek and ye shall find is true everywhere but inVic toria A man might seek for a whole out a new pair of shoes and not find a room GxS where he might spend the night But this conditionof affairs will ot whoin R is considered could Wilson will be one of the first sent to the Senate by President Wilson It is said today that such an appointment would have been made ere lliis but for the fact hat the proper man had not beou spotted for the post The names of at least two Texans have been under consideration in this connection at the White House both fill not last long Some of our people can see a little flittiler than their own back yards Efforts are being made and plans are being formed for trans forming Victoria into a model town The importance of an ample supply of rent houses is now being seriously considered among other great provements This year will be signal ized by civic progress You might be able to get a tent If each of the families unable to find a rent house should got a tent you would find it pleasant camping on the We are discouraged and we in tend to take tlie noon train Good day sir the hill were they from any other state than Texas These are James W Slayden and Thomas K Gregory President Wilson and Secretary Bryan have not hesitated it Is Inti mated to express the that it would be better to select the ambassa I dor from some state with no Mexican border line and no resulting complica tions Benlon jUcMillin of Tennessee has Rent Houses Needed The most casual observer must note the scarcity of rent houses in Victoria New enterprises are continually start ed here and every time a large build ing is erected here there is an flux of families who would be glad of the opportunity to get a house to live in The cost of living isso high that a laborer cannot afford to keep his fam ily at a hotel The enterprises al ready established here are increasing Lheir operations and new settlers are daily availing themselves of the gen erous advertisement the Victoria country is getting The natural result ig AmudMMuvr Wiisgn i faitor The most shameful disclosurehare been made implicating Ambassador Wilson at the City ot Mexico for bringing about the downfall and death ot Madero and Suarez Incriminating evidence is said to be the hands ot President Wilson It is desired to get an ambassador to fill the post and to relieve H L Wilson at the earliest ponlble moment It is Iscided how erer thit hie successor must not he a Teian To get au ambassador abso lutely free from prejiillce t would surely be necessary to bo outsida ot Texas to get him This b a disease of the Liver liivciviri the and If HU the lOsM Remcdr AJ LJvcr Discitiers Wh n the conplaim In caii low and you havo dark rinjre bj under tho cres bad Mi Hfhrn in the stomach SB and cdnstipatyu foowols wiltl much flatulence wind In tlia h3 you arc badly in mtil fey of KrbJnc because Pneumonia Brir Li fo Yellow Fever SmE i Pnoea Typhoid Fever arj Chills Qml Ftvcf J find thci only rmom j those v thjs coauij tlon Tho iiver is the cause 1 of all tho troubls and Herbino Is a powerful liver restorative I After using Herblne the com1 Elexlon becomes clear and I eaithy the breath sweet and I therela a feeling of fitrenpth and exhilaration all through the body SOc Ptr rdProp StLouliMO I nhlp tn rnrp in nil its jtnep and ot a11 these conditions is our town is rhHalls Ca a People The town itself is not growing half as 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 ing 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 cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A Policy of Candor It wag officially announced from Washington a day or so ago that the new administration would be charac terized by a policy ot candor Yester day the announcement of the presi dents policy with reference to Mexi co and other sister republics in Cen tral and South America corroborated the promise of a policy of frankness Noticehas been served these nations what this policy is It is formulated upon the eternal principles that should obtain between nations These principles are unmistakably statedii and it may be stated that they will be adhered to Nothing will be surrep titiously done Notice was also served fast as it might Many families come here and wish to become permanent citizens and identify their interests with ours but after failing to find a house to live in they quit Victoria Now what are the people of Victoria doing to meet this demand Here and there a littlecottage is building but in many cases they are not for rent ing The demand for rent houses has been great for the last ten years but the supply is always inadequate Cot tages that rent for and 15 per month can he rented faster than they can be built The building of side walks over the entire town will make every suburb accessible and desirable Now is the time to plant your surplus money in 4room and 5room cottager and bungalows in the suburbs By the time the sidewalks are built strea cars will make the suburbs the desir able residential portions of the city Build suburban rent houses and hasten the grewth of the city If you own suburban property improve it as sug gested If you do not own any buy a lot andset the right example to your neighbors Victoria needs one hun dred rent houses now The ounlry is developing so rapidly that the supply of such houses cannot overtake the demand Victoria is growing Dont you feel it 4444 444444 44444 MISSION VALLEY 44444 4444 444 44 Mission Valley Tex March Mrs J Brown from Nursery was hero visiting Mrs JHives last week Mrs Nellie Kemiith is here on 11 visit to her mother Mrs J Hives U M Gisler is here on a visit to friends and relatives He Is on Itu sick list but is improving Wonder what is the matter with our school superintendent Ho doesnt come out to visit our school Born to Mr and Mrs J L Glsler a big boy of which they ars very proud Gee What arc wo going to do for beef Ibis yenr L X Arnold sold sev eral butcher oows to H Jacob of An der Goliad County for apiece P Glsler and san Gcorgo made a visit to W H Gisler and family Inst week They enjoyed the trip on the motor cur very much and wore sur prised to see how the pince has built P J L Gisler has ginned 537 bales of cotton this season He will Install a 444 44444 INEZ Frank Botz cor 4444444 44 Inez Texas March we hnd another sonkei It was good for newly broken land but we fear a good deal of corn and collon seed Planted will have lo be replanted Drs Shields and MeMulien of Vic toria spenl a few hours in Inez last Monday liev Monroe ot Edna will preach at the Union Church here this coming Sunday in tho afternoon Everybody invited We are still at the same place to take your subscriptions for the Advo cate even if some dont find the to us thinking they have beennilg tronted Well a mans will is kingdom in some respecls The slreels in this section are al most impassable Something should bo dono to gel belter streets Rev Shnetzer ot El Campo held services at the Catholic Church Moh rlny morning Tuesday March IS Is the day oh which the School children ot hydraulic cotton press double press of Texas ar easksd to bring ten to give his customers better contribute to the fund for a silver The compress will not press bnleTservice lo the new battleship Texas weighing over 550 pounds i it will be thechildrens gilt to Wo have tho finest spring season hip As It Is for a patriotic purpose plenty of rain Good weather wo trust the move will be a success s needed George DieUcI weiit to Victoria on business today Dance at Raisin been urged for tho post and It is There will bo a dunce given at Mrs known that he has been under considc T Fricdrichs hull on March 24 oration to some extent at least for The Mexican bund of Goliad will fur that position Some of the charges made and pil ing up against Henry U Wilson are astounding Some of them were made some time ago but it is only wtihin the past few days that credence has been attached to them American refugees nish the music Everybody is invited J R Gervuis insurance of all kinds Office 9 Wood Building Victorias Public and Private Schools While In the aggregate there are reaching all ports antl sections have cnuses which contribute towards given such damagiiiK testimony against llo measure of prosperity now enjoy the present ambassador that it is re garded as almost a foregone conclu sion that a bill of indictment similar to the following can be sustained That Ambassador Wilson threw the whole Influence of the American gov ernment into the balance against Ma dero That he gave encouragement and indirect aid to Ihe traitorous Mexi ed by Victoria there is 110 single cause which has contributed as much as tho schools which in point of effi ciency nave become the pride of tho patrons the admiration of the public and the foundation ot the future pros perity of this thriving little city Our school board is to be congratu lated first fortheir good fortune In can generals so openly as to constitute soourlng the services of a highly com the most pernicious form of diplomatic potont superintendent whose Intellcc FOR violet plants meddling That he used other foreign diplo mats as his facile instruments In at tempting lo coerce Madcro to resign That he either possessed advance in formation of the plot of Huerta and Blanquet to turn traitors to Madero or displayed amazing presence in his otli cial dispatches predicting Maderoe downfall the night before it occurred That Huerta was in frequent confer ence with the Aemrican ambassador before the palace coup detat That news of the success of the blow was conveyed by the ambassa dors messenger to Felix Diaz with the suggestion that Huerta and Diaz should come to terms That Diaz distrustful of Huerta in sisted upon au American escort and protection of the American flag on his trip to confer with Huerta in the em bassy That Ambassador Wilson brusque arrogant and unsympathetic with the Mexicans was for months openly hos tile to Madero and an avowed parti san of Felix Diaz That wilhout the encouragement and approval of the American ambas sador Huerta never would have turn ed traitor and that Madero never I would have been defeated without out side interference That Ambassador Wilsons prompt recommendation that the United States recognize the new government was precipitate and undiplomatic That his haste lo seal with his ap lual moral endowments natural tact and executive ability have so eminently qualified him for the prompt discharge of the duties attend ant upon tho superlntendoncy ot the public school Second in order but tiot second in importance is the faculty of compe tent teachers who have in the dis charge of their duties made thorough ness of instruction on their part and thoroughness of assimilation on the pupils part the only way to dls tinguished promotion All the teach Vuceiit Frit Chief of the Victoria Fire Department was inInez Mod day on business Ho hnd time to7talk tilomens Thanks for thev special invitation Frank Gentry wentto Yoakum last week to remain here Cor a while If tho weather permits theio will be it ball game at the Leona School next Sunday AH areInvited to at tend The weathor was too bld to have n game at lhe Arenoaa School lastSunday We suppose thesegames are good xerclse for the youngpeo ple H W Griffith of Vlctoila was out here to look after his catlte Interests last week There will be a box supper and ball at the home of Mr and Mrs T J Martin on the upper Garcitas March 21 it being EasterMonday As the enterlalnmenl Is for Ihe benefit of the Hudler School a large crowd ought ta be present Mr and Mrs B F Thompsonspent a day In Victoria last week on hint ness and visiting friends President Wilson was invted to at tend the Turkey Trot in Cuero this fall We had a Turkey Trot here the other day which was not as pleasant as the one held at Cuero Tom Hayes of Edna was awel come visitor to Inez last week We had another heavy rain last night which we did not need and which will keep our farmers out of their fields fora few days H C Koontz is busy preparing to rebuildhis cotton gin Everything will be new and strong enough to gin ers are conscientiously cooperating I toward the same establish ment of a firstclass school In order to arouse interest among all the pupils Superintendent Page made quite an innovation early in the session by the establishment of a school paper The High School Vic tor to whose columns all pupils are welcome contributors It requires no imagination to see how this would elicit the intercst of the pupils andin cidentally secure the cooperallon ot parents I all the cotton that comes here thla fall We are Invited to a dinner to be given three weeks from Sunday when new Irish potatoes will be on the table WellEmlle we would like to be there but we cant arrange to do so Thanks J B Gentry is a new subscriber to the Advocate and C M Billstein re newed his subscription Thanks Dr Richerson a new comer has settled at Salem and as we are In formed will practice there The Sa lem section is well settled an da doctor Is needed there Success to you doc jtor Mexico and the other Latinrepublics 25 cents a tlraen JIrsw csteele per hundred shasta daisy plants provnl the weird official explanations that the United States had no ulterior motive and wanted nothins save to establish anamity ot perpetual friend ship between the United States and these republics based upon the etern jnl principles of right The power of this shall not be misused HARDING A PARKER FLETCHER PHARMACY Alvin Texas REMOVAL SALE Having to vacate May 1 on account of the execulion of Ihe Madero and Pino Suares has further prejudiced Mexicans against Americans For a fortnight officers of the army The second innovation was the per manent establishment of a commerl cial night school which offered the advantage of a business education al most free to many young men and ladles In the city whoso business con nections otherwise precluded their prosecution of these commercial WPS equipping of a1 number of young people of Victoria for more efficient service The third innovation was adding an agricultural department to the school j Hayes wont west after some cattle fur the benefit of the lower grades for James Wood Jim knows how co There is still a good deal of sickness out here We are unable tomentlon all the names but trust all the sicfc i ones will get well We would be pleased to have all who send items by mail to sign their names to them TELFERNER NOTES Telfernor Texas March T E These pupils havo learned many things about gardening ihey might get them Herman and Emil Nitchman went to i that Ambassador Wilson of rebuilding I will reduce prices on opinion jnot have learned elsewhere and the Fayctle Lavaca County on business the entire ttock every article at re duced prices niic much to exercise afforded them has been bone has Hillman took them to their Every day a nbout lhe lownru President Thn main plroslp however home below Telferner in his car W Madero in Mexico Some of them j WPS to nrouse their Interests in thounderstand that the fanners in Lava day The goods be sold because for the purpose of enabling an ambi io flol wnt hem n orage openly charge him with being reaponschool This essential end tions man to overturn a constitutional the store be rebut slble for the nssassinatio nof Madero eminently attained government and none save those based upon the consent of the goven ed will be recognized Take note Huertaand see whether you are recog nizedby Uncle Sam as the govern ment of Mexico The presidents formulated princi As one high official of the war depart ment expressed If J has bccnj ui County are hcnlml with their flcltl work on account of the wet weather The St Josephs ColicRC and the J H Lonrd Iss circulating a petition Nazareth Academy arc likewise conJ to have a rural route out of Victorin la It to bo conceived that a ppnltriiilins greatly toward the samethrough Telfernor down to the Hags tcnllary no matter where located Is glorious end Our schools are ranch which would be fine for annual sale on March 22 which will or a palace Yot Ambassador Wilson j wonl to Guadalupo being E J SAVOIE Victoria Texas Eatter Bazar The Methodist ladies will havo their i any more comforling lhan a residenceJoHns glory conslsl of fancy work plain sewing in an official dispatch received at the his i I lo help H II Nltchnmn move pics are those of juslice and the aphomemade bread cakes candles state department a copy of whichmoved from tho prosidnnllnl palace Catti0 t0 Hoodvillc plication ot these principles will chicken salad and plenty ot colored was furnished by lhe stale department j Mexico City to tho penitentiary for jmjmnn s getting ready to characterize the Adminlslrnlions foreggs Also will serve cake and Ico to tho war department said that ho safely and because ho could be is Everybody Is getting eign policy as acts of righteousness cream Phono orders to142 342 or 15 had askod that President Madero bo more comfortable Ihere ready for the nextcrop   

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