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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                fc V Winter CoU Fiweh Fubliftor and Victoria County Second Southweit Tem in Central 9100 VICTORIA TEXAS APRIL 5 1913 NUMBER ARMY OFFICER ENDED LIFE IN TRAGICAL WAY Lieut Perlovski Young Russian Mounted 600 in Aeroplane and Dropped to Sure Death L ndon April Per loviki of the Russian army committed MORRIS GIVES OUT STATEMENT Victoria Representative Says He Been Mentioned for Governor Austin Texas April tive Leopold Morris Victoria whose vigorous stand on many matters com ing before the Legislature has blven him wide reputation and who has been OIL RESOURCES ARE AMPLE FOR YEARS TO COME suicide at Warsaw on liberately shutting off the motor of anfor a higher office gave out the fol aeroplane in whicn he was flying aad lowing statement tonight dropping from a height of 600 feet to ground according to a dispatca today The tragedy was believed to have fceen an accident until today ft hen a letter written just before the flight was opened In it Lieutenant Per lovski expressed his intention of com mitting suicide in midair and gave as a reason that he had been the victim of many intrigues Naval Secretary is Given Auurance That No Shortage in That Sort of Fuel May Be Feared Washington April oil as a fuel for the navy will be available from fields in the United States par ticularly the California field for at least a generation yet to come This I have received a great many letis the substance of a letter written to Sunday by deurged by friends to become a candidate ters from all sections of the state ap proving of my course in the Legisla day by Secretary Lane of the interior department to Secretary Daniels of the ture together with numerous promisesnavy department in response to of support if 1 should offer for a higher jquiries by the latter concerning oil re office In fact quite a number of sources newspapers have mentioned my name Twenty years hence says Secre connection with the governorship tary Lane the price of fuel oil which in and a congressional position then as now will be produced chiefly Indiscriminate Vetoes Governor Colquitt vetoed the bill to establish memorials on battlefields the bill to establish a normal college j at Waco and the bill to establish ex perimental stations in thethirteenth congressional district If prejudice disappointment or personal antipathy influences tlie executive judgment the veto power is misused If he has misused his power he should be hed strictly accountable for it Will Flow 800 Acres Jack JlcCutcheon of Taylor who While I appreciate all this it is in California will lie much higher than quite embarrassing to me for 1 realize at present andthe production probab that 1 am in no financialcondition toly will have declined seriously The become a candidate for either of such failure of the oil supplies of the Unit offices and I cannot therefore serioused States will not take place suddenly ly entertain any thoughts of such uniihe decline will be gradual ami will der the present circumstances I lend constantly to he checked by ris doubt whether 1 shall ever aspire to j ing prices public office again for I would much relief can be expected in the rather by doing what I price of fuel oil at Atlantic ports for can in my small way for the people commercial uses through my newspaper work jfrom increasing Tlie paramount issue in Texas is probably can be whether the people or the special interdevelopment of its own reserves ests shall rule and I shall continue where it should he possible to pro Kelief to the navy commercial prices secured only by the BRYAN SAYS EIGHT HOUR DAY IS LONG ENOUGH MISS FRITZ LEADS IN QUEEN CONTEST Secretary of Stats Smashet Another Long Existing Precedent in That Department of Government Washington April op Mist Dorah Power Second Misj Dlesbach a Cloie Third With From Thursdays Daily The Firemens day queen contest in Victoria today reached the stage of real excitement A number ot substau erators in the stale department uotiai glliUB were made y many of the longer will be compelled to remain on lcnndldales two new entries wore re duty whileMhe secretary of state reC0rded and one of the fair contestants mains in the building Secretary Bryj jumped from below fifth place to that an believes when an elevator fjrst Wjtn a 0 moro Umu five tor has worked eight hours it is lime i bundred votes over her nearest com for him to quit for the day incidentjnetllbr ally he is of the opinion that walking down a couple of flights of stairs will work no hardship on a government of ficial Recently Mr Bryan was detained in The young lady who since yester days count has proven herself u form idable candidate for the honors of the City ot Hoses Queen May 7 Is Hiss Bertha Fritz She lias a number of mm si NOT DEAD BUT HELD AS A PRISONER his oflice until in the evening supporters who declare clerks had left themey be with her until the polls the secretary came cloBO ll 9 oclock p m April 19 Several other popular young ladles hours after the building When out of his oflice lie started for the stairs Hut the elevator man who runs wno llre in llle ncn stay changed the lift nearest Mr Bryans office wasUKJll standing in tlie list today Miss still on duty Derail Power scoring an added poll ot What hours do you work asked the secretary From a m unlil p m enid the man Well it is now after my fight for the rule of the people re duce oils at approximately tlie present or less liought SOO acres of land out of the Brown Dodd Subdivision ol the Mc Cutclieon ranch several weeks ago is here to develop the same He will build six farm houses and have the entire SOO acre tract plowed by trac tion plows This work will be done as soon as it is possible to have it done This fine tract will be a magnificent acquisition to our great agricultural development Genesis Out of the silence song Out of the bud a rose Out ot the rose the scent The wood wind blows gardless of the distracting issue of pro cost of cents hibition And if I decide to enter thelor barrel plus transportation to the political arena again it will he because ot he people demand it and I will win in Secretary Lane expressed tlie belief he first round if I am not hit below that the navy could rely on the re Mission at St Marys Church The Mission to be given at St Marys Church will begin Sunday April 6 H will be conducted by Rev P A Donnelly 0 jr I the noted Ob ite Missionary The program for tlie j services will be announced later The Independent Out ofthe word a war Out of the steel a ship And so we are told there comes Out of the germ the grip Republican Out of the winter spring Out of thu planet grass Out of the picture package seews And out of the garden sass Louis PostDispatch Out of the bureau a rat Out of the drawer a braid Out of the closet a hat Out of the house a maid PostIntelligencer Out of the pocket a bill Out of the bottle a stew Out of the stew a still Out of the dark a zoo Enquirer Out ofthe silence a song Out ot the song a rage Out of the rage a gun Shots and aprison cage Bannor Out ot the North the flood Death from the heavens above Money and clothes and food Out ot the South and love Post Out of the wind a gale Out of the flood a tide Out of the heart a wail Wailing for those who died he belt serves already existing for an oil sup ply for a period greater than the lifo of a battleship to be constructed with in the next decacle The Struck Oil following Victorians are the Europe Recognizes Calumets Su premacy France has always been famous as the land of good cooks but it seems now that America has something to teach the French chefs in the line of baking For at the exposition held in owners of an oil gusher brought in last paljs ast March Calumet Baking Pow Friday in B Lander Jules ler was the Grand Prize and Meyer J J Welder T P Traylor the Gold Medal and officially recogniz reston Austin Louis Haller Neville ed as tlle worlds best baking powder Fleming J M Pickering James Pick Tnjs W3S only ie exlected how ering Al Pickering Dr Hertel Walter ever as calumet once before was judg Hertel J O West Wm Koch Emile tne tinest powder on tlie Sitterle Sam Fimhel Jr A F Jecker narket This occurred at tlie Worlds and L Fimbel Several of the above Pure Food Exposition in Chicago 1907 gentlemen upon receiving a telegram at whlcll time it was given the Highest bearing the good news that their well Awards over all competitors s gushing went over Friday to inThe act that lt has twicc outclassed vestigate conditions on the grounds othel C0mpetitor3 indicates beyond They found when they reached there a doubt tnat triere is really no compari that it had gushed at the rate of 300 Bon between Calumet and other barrels per day but that sand had choked it temporarily which neeessi ls easily the purest baking tated the cleaning out of the well in powcler made It is always uniform You ought to liavn been home long ago over two hundred votes Miss Power still retains second place in the column of candidates Todays count ot tlie ballots showed gains all along the Hue Hint wore grallfylng to the friends of the candidate as well sis highly Hut it is against the rules to leave to the arrangement committee when tlie secretary is in the building j and lho ot lhe nssocialion explained the operator who are striving to make tlie annual Well it is not necessary for you to Orthc riremcn on May 7 remain while this secretary is detained R candidates after hours said Mr JJryan with cmjlre to be entered in the phasis Besides H wont hurt any qlcs coniest tomorrow mid for the government official to walk down SOVeraI days to clme It is nny Huertai Emissary is Under and Heavy Guard According to Lateit Reports at Cuatla Mexico City April oft of all negotiations for feacc with Zapatu has forced the government to mobilize R strong force for a campaign against the southern rebels This has been done in spite of the fact that rebel successes in the north have made imperative tlie dispatch ot a large part of the regular army to that region The department says govern ment troops will begin moving today In those districts infested with Zapata followers This concentration will continue until an army of 10000 mtjit has been gathered General 1ascual Orozco Jr and many ot his old chiefs will participate in Ihu southern campaign Press dispatches which arrived early oiluy from Cualta brought the report hat Pascnnl Orozco Sr was not kill Mi as was previously stated but la closely guarded at Cuatla in the time vicinity The followers of Zapata have clr Itd many manifestos repudiating luerta and Felix Diaz and at the amo time culling on the people to upuorl the IapiiU movement flights of stairs BURROUGHSVILLE tji C 0 Thornton cor 4 BuiTouglisville Texas April day is All Fools Day Cultivators are now In use which proves that the recent frosts freeze failed to get in its usual work So great waving corn fields are now being plowed Cotton is ready to ciiop Irish potatoes almost large enough to Kit etc Even the tenderest garden truck Is thriving Flowers and blooming and birds bodys race now and one lias Just us good chance to win as another All that is required is work by the young ladies and their friends to make a cre ditable showing mid In this work all should hike a special delight as re gardless of the result the firemen of lhe city and Victoria herself will bo bcnefittcd It is announced Unit sev eral of tlie leading merchants of the city have signified a to give five voles to their customers for each purchase of merchandise to the amount of one dollar tlie voles to he disposed of and voted us the customers choose The first merchant to make tills offer is Ik2 Cohen who Is today presenting his customers five queens singing as if to say a March freeze tickets for each dollar purchase made wont kill gardens here A light rain n jjs Tickets can be hart at Miss Rose would be of some advantage just now though nothing Is suffering The warm est sun felt thus far was Sunday even ing In our opinion the silvery April showers Intermingled with such rays will cause all vegetation to move at a rapid pace I Dont forget that next Saturday is Cravens millinery store Fritzs con fectionery Harding Parkers and Ike Cohens jewelry store The price of the ballols is only a penny each Tile standing of the contestants at noun today was as follows order to determine its capacity Withantl ao it is said that women JTJ school trustee election How many knew that there was ice last Thursday morning March 27 Miss Bertha Fritz1030 Miss Dorah Power 470 Miss Dorah Diesbach in a day or two that matter will be who llse calumet ao not know what it definitely decided If found to he a s to have a bakllg nil paying proposition the above named gentlemen will proceed to develop their entire holdings in that field Lawrenceburg Indiana is almost USE OF CALOM EL PRACTICALLY STOPPED out at the new gate leading into the Miss Bessie Wood pasture near this point A little Miss Grace Schuchert boy who chanced to be plowing nearby Miss Winefred Staeriwr 7f took out three horses and hastened to Miss Cecil Henderson C submerged Of 5000 homes only 40 For Bilious Attacks Constipation andthe scene where he hitched his horseBJMiss Hazel Adamsi writer tor one beheld it An auto containing several persons was delayed on account of a deep wash Miss Mildred Miss Lorena Whitsetl 200 Flmhle 105 Miss Bessie Knowlan 100 Abshier 00 85 Advocates Subscription List are not under water Aurora is also a great sufferer While the great flood has receded from the northern cities it descends upon the southern cities with increased damage and accelerated j ticed a great falling off in the sale of tide The loss of life was forestalled I caiornel They all give the same rca by the Weather Bureau but the loss to j SOIU Dodsons Liver Tone is taking homes is incalculable All points on Ks jiace the Ohio River are suffering alike i Calomel is often dangerous and Texas is given an opportunity know while UvCT vote on the initiative and referendum Tone ls 1erfectly safe and gives better All Liver Dangerous Caloto tlie auto and soon had the helpless Miss Pauline Uervals but not for the recall This will be discussed in every light be fore the November election In response to Governor Colquitts urgent appeal for immediate contrihuture wi tions to the storm sufferers of the Ohio floodthe Advocate has started a subscription list Let every man who has a heart and a dollar contribute his now to this fund Special Session The special session of the Leglsla mel Gives way to Dodsons LiverTone party rejoicing on their way Xhe boy received 55 cents in cash as a token of Every druggist in the state has noj their appreciation Such places in the oad should be repaired une of the most pieusanl and profit able days of the season was last Sab bath for ourself and other members of the family By early rising and much rushing we did manage to arrive In Victoria at 0 oclock where we attend d Sunday School at the First Baptist 1 be convened on July Improving New Farms purchased a tract of land out of the results says Fletchers Pharmacy Dodsons Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by Fletchers Pharmacy who sell it A large bottle costs 50 cents and if it fails to give easy re lief in every case of sluggishness you have only to asl for your money back it will bo promptly returned Dodsons Liver Tone is a nlensant tasting purely vegetable I Brown and Dodd subdivision of the Hosborough ranch Is here looking aft Send contributions to the Advocate or to the First National Bank I A M McFaddin B F Williams 2500 Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Society 1000 Eadies Auxiliary BXai Israel Congregation 500 L M Potash 500 Victoria Advocate 500 Jlax Bettin 500 Cash 500 A B Peticolas 500 Catholic Benevolent Association 500 harmless to both children and adults A bottle in the house may save yon a days work or Keep your children from missing school Keep your liver work ing and your liver will not keep you from working Miss Juliet Birncfelt Miss Florine Hull Miss Alfreda Gramann Miss Leila Whileliearl Miss Irene White ifing BurroiigisvHIo last Sabbath Those who have endeavored to trav Church and a lively one it was with i you will soon be idini and smillu as you sjo It is anid that the prettiest and best er the improvement of the same He will first build some houses He is here now to see to the buildings and the fencing of the property His fath erinlaw Mr Hippenslsll of Live Oak j high dark hay horse County will also Improve his place 4 white feet ant blaze face branded The land will be plowed during the small UK on loft hip pares under sad dle Last seen January 24 510 reward Lewis J Woodruff messing Texas fi3w 120 present After Sabbath School brio yet spicy lecture was given the hoys and girls by Kev J It Comer of Cuero topic Face After which a full house listened lo powerful dis course from Rev Wolf of Palacios who is broadinliidei farsighted enough lo see and blessed facts along idncntlnnal as well as spiritual lines To express it milu ly we will say Rev Wolf is a power for good and all wish to have him here CITATION BY PUBLICATION n the District Court of Victoria County The State of Texas No 4438 vs M Wheeler Et Al ilic State of Texas to the Sheriff or Any Countable of Victoria Greeting You are hereby commanded that by miking publication of this Citation In lome newspaper published in the jouuly of Victoria once in each week or eight consecutive weeks previous 0 tho return day hereof yon summon M Wheeler Jr Edwin Wheeler Mrs Mary E Carpenter Addle B Baggott aid husband S I Baggott whose is unknown to be and ap leiir at the next regular term of the lstricl Court of Victoria County to ie holden at the Court House thereof ri Victoria on the 2Sth day of April D then and there to answer 1 petition filed In said Court on the day of March 1913 In a suit lumbered on the Docket of said Court HliS wherein The State ot Texas s plaintiff and M Wheeler Al Wheel r Jr Edna Wheeler Katie Wheeler idwin Wheeler Mrs Mary B Car entcr Addle B Baggolt and S I Laggott are defendants wherein plain tiff alleges as follows towlt The plaintiff avers that the defend ants are justly indebted to the State of Texas and the County of Victoria In the sum of One Hundred Seventeen Dollars and Ninetyseven Cents on ac count of taxes interest penalty and costs towit For the taxes including the school taxes with penalty and in terest assessed and due on each tract or lot of the lands hereinafter describ ed for the years 1907 to 1911 Inclusive that said taxes with interest penalty and costs are a lien upon each tract or lot of the following described lands situated In Victoria County State ot Texas towit The South onehalf of Lot No 2 in Block No 115 in Vic toria Texas Plaintiff prays that the defendants be cited in due form of law to answer de ot th interest thereon at six per cent per i i ut in unc i wi i iu v el the Hauslenmn road claim t to gt almost impassable owing o g au1 Bumg work whirl is goon Just have herelnhefore mentioned wi atlencc a little and will soon oe a gjx p and smillu as you and f It is BHI1 that pretties and host to be taxed b corn field seen thus far s that of Urn costs Qf Sparks whose son is a member of the n al club closed for an order of sale as in An Hunt whoe parents name we mnMeA am for hove 101 karned was interred in at ssmn ot the I iHnrla last Sunday nlld aU sucU Wr lpn iat tlie parents are r11 rillllcl different relief gen settlers in tins Hiftion livini mpr the rnil or special to which the plaintiff Ward rnnrh The infant is said 1W ol be entitled and have inMi iilinut two months oid summer CARSNER ABSTRACT COMPANY Office over Levl Bank i Trust Co Every initrument abstracted by in expert A handy alcohol stove is a great venience In the sick room Also fine for warming up milk At Diet bachs 25c and up again There were clmrfli services Sat thlt Sunday is inday night and Sunday at Lone Tree j dny nt I Time is ere agnin for plaining wa half and termelon seed So dont nifjleet plant lmiltrK srm a must plnsnnt day ins good ones for you the with friends attMidini divine eli ty Sol will mine drwn on yon in such force after a time that you will want to lie up in the aliade and pirtako of re frcshmcnts and such tilings of which the melon Is a part Dont depend on your neighbors patch Willie Ilranch uf Telferncr the youngest son of P M Branch was visjiirday April vor iiray IUCIN FAIL NOT but have you e said four on the said first day of next term thereof this writ with your return thereon showing how you liiive executed the same Witness L X HOKER Clerk District Court Victoria County under my hand and seal ot said Court nt office In Victoria this tho clnirrl will hold a1 21st day of Mnrrh A D 1fM3 L X IIOFFn Clerk Everybody invited District Court Victoria County The flirl First Iis randy sale ill Flctchcrsi Iliiirmnry Silt   

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