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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 12, 1913, Victoria, Texas I Emulsion it Ihe Greatest Strengthguilder known la Medical Science PREVENT Mfk tbir If Mi EmuWon Cko IT French Pabliihtr Firrt Victoria and victoria County Second Bouthwwt Texmi in Subscription flOO Per VICTORIA TE5 2 1313 NUMBER INEZ NOTES Kiank Botz cor Inez Texas April The i vo new schoolliouses ir 3Jrict No S one at Inez anf the Jio Leona about four miles ve Tir ae now complete and the patrons then He tobe proud of then Mr E 0 Duke the contractor die t nice j b and v i can recommend him for any of that nature he undertakes Nov it the children appreciate what their par ents and others have done for them aud will try to learn their lessons and he good children everything will be all right Mr Robert Hasbrocik ot Houston came over Saturday on Sunday he accompanied his wife children who have been on a Mrs lias brooks mother Mrs J Koonz back to Houston Rev Father Schnetzi r Id divine services here at C Church Sunday A larjre vrml was present He went to Ford sc vier the services 1o conduct a service o Vnnd5 Up on returning he lo San Antonio on church business Miss Linnie Dincans desires tu thank all those who have so liberally supported her in the contest George Meiss of Victoria spent a few days out here on a visit to rela tives He intends going to California Good luck to you George Chas Stolz the popular eon of Mr aid Mrs Gustav Stolt of Victoria nme out Monday and put up two mon uments in the Bishoff Cemetery for Henry Mertz Sr and the other for little Julian Smith the beloved nephew of Mr and Mrs B F Thompson From here Charles went to Wharton to do tome work In his line He Is a rustler and no mistake George Mertz of Ganado was a wel come visitor to Inez Monday Dont forget to come to the Bishoff Cemetery on April 17th and help to it up As this is a work of love and respect for your dead you ought to be there We extend tu ihe relatives aiiii friends ol the Christian Ziv jacks our sine at his diatU as he was a pOiiual i5teemed sVieiul jot ours Vo are personally In sym pathy with his family We regret Khat vve were not swarn of his death i time t attend Ms funeral 1 F Thompson and Ur DMis of went to Victoria on business i s jlv Mr and Mrs O K Thurmond of the Leona community went lo Green Lake tf be at the bedside of their son j F W Albrecht who is very sick at tUiir place Ben Arnold of Meyersville is here on a visit to his soninlaw T J Noll The Inez and Leona Public Schools will close Friday for ihe term am the children will have plenty of time to forget what they learned till the next term starts The young people of the Leona i School will give a ball at their build ing Saturday night Everybody in j vited Louis Kolle of the Leona went to Raisin on business for a few clays We had a terrible wind storm for a little while yesterday but as far as we can learn there was no damage done outside of timid persons being on their heels New comers and some of the old settlers below are trying to set a school for tboir community We be lieve they are entitled to one as it is not everybody who can afford to send their children five or six miles to a school Help all you can to give them a school Are you catching on to the spirit of the times or are you stil following the old rut If you are still following the old rut it is high time you were starting a new game you will pofit by it Some of our boys were In their dory the first part of this week running and gathering cattle Thft kind 01 work is to their lilting and has to be done too SOOD this work will be o give tu b MEYERSTOWN DOTS Jirs Crrlflllh of Viciu i jsjioiit ivvin f days in Xiil the tiiiiuy i M Bitatoin E 0 is putting i a VrMgu over a ravin below vhich was needed Lee Randolph our commis sioner knows all tin lime what is needed This coming Saturday night Inez Camp 0 will hold ils reg ular meeting All members sholud bo present Crops out here in gardens and fields are looking fine If those heavy winds would stop blowing it woifl bo much better Otto ID Griffith ami Rittcrweed Hiram Griffith veil to Oklahoma with a trainloEUl of cattle shipped by i Criffilh TcLFEBNER NCTES Telferiior Texas April J B Hudson of Victoria will prouoh the TeUerner Schoolhouse this coming Sunday in the afternoon Everybody is invited to attend this service The members of the Telferner Sun day School will give a box supper on the evening uf April 19 or the benefit of the sufferers of the North As the people of the North so liberally heixru Texas people in a like situation we ought to return the compliment Girls and ladles are requested to bring boxes not to come anyway as thd entertainment Is for a good cause Everybody ought to turn out and help it along Remember Galveston and how the people of the North came to our relief R W Griffith shipped 14 cars of cattle fron Telferher pens nnd six cars from the Inei pens to Oklai homa yesterday Chas H Htllman is putting up a new gin and we are told that his new corn mill is a beauty Success to you Charley Are you In doubt as to what kind of prepared food your baby Your doctor will you that Oleibachs car ries the best of prepared baby foods Hoy McUoby correspondent Texas April SThe farmers in this vicinity are u usy timniK their cotton Flowers and Miss Georgia prominent youus people of this piaci married last Thursday Ln i Friday the School elosic Miss Georgia gave a picnic ami hi file afternoon ihey hud i acts fov the young folks At night1 hey gave a olay party for the folks AU who were present had a fine thnc Victor Kolle of Inez spent a few clajh with folks out here last week jir and Mrs Kill Edgar of Cuero spurn a few days with relatives here during the past wees need some rain out hero It is getting dry for the crops nnd grass Miss Isabel Smith spent Sunday with Miss Pearl Uieliel Charles Kolle is having p windmill erected by Joseph Schubert and John Mau Freddie spent Sunday with homn folks Sirs 1 J Smith spent last week with home folks In Weser Miss Minnie Miller is visiting her sister Mrs Koehl at temper City Mrs Hulda Weber went to town last Tuesday John Hlller and family of Kemper City were visiting relatives here the last week Mr and Mrs Chas Atzenhofer and son Clarence were in Victoria Satur day Quite a number of our people at tended church at Colettoville last Sun day Mrs E C Weber went to German town Tuesday Mrs P A Smith and daughter Miss Isabel were in Germantown last Sat urday Mr Diebel anil daughter Miss Pearl were In town last Saturday Mr and Mrs E Weber and Mrs 11 Schubert were visiting relatives in Furdirau last wool Miss Hulda im brother Hen ry attended a daiuu nt Cologne last week The las Saturday turned out all right Willie Miller am Mr J J Smith wert1 elected as district trustees The box supiei given by Miss Nena Bailey at tins Colettoville Sdioolhouse was well attended The program that Miss Bailey had arranged was carried out fiiio by Ihe children All present hail a fine time Wo are glad lo report that Miss Sophie Weber daughler of am Mrs H Weber is rocovenirg F U Diobe was in Raisin last Fri day on business P Smilh was in Viclorlii last Satur day Mrs P Smith and daughter Miss Isabel were in town last Wednesday Mr Koehl was in Victoria Tuesday Mrs Henry WilUnnia ami daughier Mrs F Horedam paid Mrs My Kolle a visit last Sunday Mr Fred Weber was In town Mon day Meyorstown Texas April are still looking for rain The fann ers will soon have to slop work on ac count the dry weather We are having very high winds and tht sand is blowing everywhere Mr and Mrs Dolf Goldsum and fam ily visited her brother J 1 Schmidt Sunday Mr and Eiiiil Weber and Mrs Herman Schubert have been on a it In Fordtran at the home of Berthold Hiihn We are glad to report that Misa Hophle has recovered froni a severe illness The Weber Sunday School will have a singing practice every Wednesday night at the homo of Mrs Emil Web er We were today that the dance given at Mr Guttmans out on the Fleming prairie was well attended and that all had a good time FORDTRAN FLASHES Edwin Foster cor Fordtnui Texas April 7H Is get ting dry here but it looks a little like rain The fiirmeiM had to plant some of their com over They are also plant ing cotton Kev Long preached here last night Mrs Kemp of theis place died Sal unlay April She was buried in tho Fovrtlran Cemlory y irday She the mother of tviart and was 77 years of aKi5i Saturday Jrjijn i i Pool explained in his auJ interesting manner tho nature of ue road bond issue which is to be vo d upon in tbe 20th of this month Ho was accompanied by n L Daniel countattorney and W E Kranx ami 1 H Clegg who represent CH the Chambtr of Commerce Mrs A 1 Brady has been at Bloom ington for the past two weeks with her mother MrsLizzie Trice who is Quite ill 1 IS Ratcliffn iviig out here last week visiting the school There was an election for school trustees out here last Saturday have not yet heard who was elected We saw Henry Weber with a loud of lumber tho other day Boys must mean business The crops are prntly grassy now Many of the farmers are busy wltfc corn Cotton is not all up yet Mr Paul Schmidt was in one day last week Mrs Paul ikhmldt and daughter Mian Isabel were in Germantown Sat urday The roads In Mr Schawes precinct all around here arc In need of work ing Mr Schawe had bettor get busy before next election No Lutheran Services Sunday Ae the Lutheran Synod will be in session at Hallc4sviile there will be no services next Sunday 18th inst at the German Lutheran Church 5 Condensed Statement of THE At the Close of Business April 4th 1913 As made to State Banking Department RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Real Estate Banking House Cash and Exchange 2089418 33214801 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits DEPOSITS 5206060 75444418 650478 The above statement is correct P A MURRAY Cashier The business of this Bank is steadily increasing as will be seen from the following April 4th 1912 Deposits April 4th 1913 75444418 increase in twelve months The many new accounts opened with us recently atiest to the fact that this Bank renders only the best service Give us that account you have been intending to today
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