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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 19, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                f 04o H Frwek Firft mnd Victoria County iecond Soathwttt la Otnertl Bubwription 1100 Per VOLUME VICTORIA TEXAS APRIL 19 1913 NUMBER 90 CLOSING LAW IN DOUBT UM of Veto Power Dependent an Lsiwt of Other in Governor Hands Probably Will be Made Known at Austin Today Austin Texas April Colquitt probably will announce to worrow the fate of the remaining bills the ThirtyThird Legislature now Jn his possession with the exception ot the closing bill MAN Of 90 YEARS DESERTS WIFE OF 80 son ot New York City are In the city today on business connected with a proposition that will AgM Husband Agreed to ably develop into something ot support After Three Hours in Cell great importance to Victoria and the surrounding country in the very near future The Advocate nature ot the proposition Sunbury Pa April Wert ley 90 years old was before the North is sorry that it Is not at liberty CoulUy Court yesterday on at this time to make public the a Qf lesevUou ilud noSUpport brought by his SOyearold wife Judge Moser sentenced him to pay the cosls of the trial and a month toward the Elected Their Queens Enthusiastic interest is being mai festeJ the neighboring towns in Vic They will be of mahogany aud imulo to match the magnificent soda foun talu fixtures lately placed in the store Mr Fletcher has sold the old fixtures to Jos Shiller who will es tablish a drugstore at Placedo Ho disposed of Ills oldsoda fountain fix tures to Dr A C Massle of Seadrlft Governor Cannot Attend Celebration Governor Coliuitt will be nimble tooil held at the City Hall Monday attend the Firemens Celebration as night April 14 1913 at 8 oclock p in the following letter Chief Fritz re lion August Klein mayor presided cclved from him today will explain and the following aldermen being pros Victoria County Sunday School Work Austin Texas April 1C 1U3 Vi Sitterle Carroll George Clegg At a meeting of the executve com PROCEEDINGS Of THE CITYCOUNCIL Victoria Texas April 11 1013 Regular meeting of the City Couumeeting udjourucd K lllller F MJosga Goo Williams Leon Pottus 8C2 C II S A lly Co 5100 Permanent Improvement Fund Soth Shnw SuiiOOO G Harris There being no further business the C A Werthelmer Secretary Mr V S Fritz Chief Victoria Texas Dear Sir Schnchert Parker Stmirt and KochnMtee of the Victoria County Sunday Minutes of the Vast regular meeting School Association among the other read and approved suggestions tho liupoilanf I have your kind letter of invitation Secretarys report of money receivllls approved as an outline of support of his wife which Wertley dcdated April 10 to attend the celebrated read Moved and carried the rellle work hinned for tho jen owns in Vic dined to do going lo jail instead tion on May 7 port be received be referred to the suggestions we wish to ask the Sun Befoie leaving for Martin he buntorias great Firemens CelebrationAfter three hours in jail however the 1 am sorry to have lo advise you Finance Commiltce and spread on the city and county to A 4 f H LOCAL AND PERSONAL up to remaining bills that hadjcuero after an exciting contest has Bed prisoner agreed to pay been Ijmg in the drawer of his deskchose as her queen Miss Marlon and announced that upon his return uese one of the most popular young he would know definitely what would ladles of the Turkey Trot Town Miss his action on them is president of the Cuero Civ The fate of some of the billsalready jic Association and takes a lively ini had been determined Thiy bear small terest in the firemen Goliads elccj slips ot paper with the words vetotion which closes next Tuesday night this No less than four or five measjis one of the most exciting young lad k jires mostly hearing upon the estahies contests ever witnessed Bay City iishrnent of courts and carrying aphas chosen as her queen one of her that 1 will not bo able lo visit Vicminutes propriations bore these slips From Thursdays Daily PERSONAL MENTION Mr and Mrs E Rosborough return ed to Belton yesterday after a pleas ant sojourn in Victoria as the gnests ot Judge Rosborough and family help us carry on toria at that time however much I Street Commissioners report of con That the county Sunday Schools I would He delighted to do so 1 have vM labor read Moved and carried divided inlo the following groups much ofllcial work on my hands the convict be given tho proper credit n district jthal will require my attention dialI referred to the Finance il district pisinnnt will not be able to devote much time and be spread on he minutes to occasions of this kind for some lime Petition of L S Alexander lo en Yours truly a O B Colqnitt i large his building on South Main St The Victoria Postmastership United States Postmaster General District Tree Telferner Inez and Salem District Placcdo Ces popular belles Miss Gladys alul aunonnced yesterday that all It has been the governors policy El Campo and Refugio have also w G eft this republican postmasters who had been afternoon on a visit to relatives in Inappointed would be retained in 01 Hamillou Texas On their way home flee This is according to the ileslro since the adjournment of the Thirtyjected their queens but have not re Third Legislature to veto all bills ereported their names to the local com ating new offices establishing new injmittcc yet Port Lavaea will choose Moved and canled tho petition be nntl Blooinlnfton referred to the Itulldins Committee District Itaiiln Webar and they to report at the next regular Colettoville meeting i District View faery of J L Dtipree to con Mission Valley and Fordtiai nect his residence to the main sewer Moved and carried same be granled Thedistrict presidents ait1 Mis A C Tracy District 1 Lone Tree Mrs Reports of Win Wheeler and lor FBellers DaCosta and carrying appropria tions o any nature aud which might be submitted to the special session The closing bill is causing dis quiet among supporters of the meas ure The decision of the Attorney General that the spirit of the law should be followed rather than the very letter coincided with the opinion her queen in the next few days District 2 in J wjMJJ ir in in nun i vi will spend some lime in Austin jot President Wilson who believes in connections made Miss Henlilh Reeves Raisin District where Mrs Mohris will have her eyes following Ihe merit rather than the p District i none has So far This announcement iinnnininii Moved and carried the reports be appomipu treated spoils system The Penalty of Over Production in Victoria Courty The Federal Census Report proves m i nu v ounui r the wisdom ot the Farmers Union in eel visit in Victoria as the guest of her the case ot this postofllce J ostmasler he nill during the year and that etch district ClarUs reappolntmcnt ucs of the Sewer Record president arrange for il 3 Miss Letha Evertson left today for her however does not affect Victoria as mllke Uu I 2 That1111 liiKtltnle be hold in homo in Kansas City after an extend no reappoinlnient has been made in rlrps i vprerrcd to the Sewer each district at some suitable time mended by President Tafl but the Senate refused lo confirm It Moved byJ II Clegg seconded by That at some date in the near with his views as stated be fore the measure was handed to the Attorney General Comptroller Lane however is the stumbling block His answer to ttn governors letter requesting the atti tude he Mr Lane would assume following the attorney generals de cision was vague He requested cer tified copies of the bill and the opinion v1 C A Schuchert that the Public Square future we attempt to have nn Institute Clarks term of office expired on to conler of tho Sunday Schools ot the ufwnlo nary 11 1513 E R Fleming will Uju u0 Assocla In a meeting of all the oltiuis and said lo have been recommended by appealing to the farmers to reduce the cousin 1 C Evertson and family cotton acreage this season aud the sta E Armstrong went to Houston to tistiCB bring out the mathematical exday actness he penalty ot overproduction i T S King loft this afternoon for The Federal reports show the United Newark X J to accept a position j States produced 16109349 bales in with the Westinghonse Electric Com probably be his successor he regarding the inscription to be workers of each Sunday School In tbo 1911 which sold for end pany In 1910 there were 11905962 bales pro1 J L Rice idiiced which sold for The j from New Orleans 1011 crop exceeded the 1910 produci Dr Ameiit left tion by 4137387 bales and sold forHouston to attend the Osteopaths gressmen to govern in such nppolnl S79QO000 less State Convention Dr Still of this ments It will probably There are 83304 acres of cultivated city will also attend the convention j month before the Victoria apiwinM IB sUlndius cominillees for he appointed to arrange for the IiiBti land in Victoria County and S1767 he being on the program for one of the ment Is reached Mr Clark was first lm voiru nml tule of the city Sunilay Schools FB arrived hero yesterday Congressman Burgess and it is underSrm cirricd I various Ihurchos large leans jslood tobe the policy of President and for the discussion ol this morning for Wilson to allow the wishes of the con placed on Ihe walk of the Public jelly together with the pastoih oflhe ilj 101 1111J01 of Sunday Committee be granted further School questions of a practical nal lure with n view ot helpfulness to SJ1 His Honor the mayor appointed the I 1 That the following committee of the attorney general but said hej iid not need any opinion to understand and read plain English tivated city will also attend the convention j month before the Victoria n toria County and S1767 he being on the program for one of the ment Is reached Mr Clark was first Uin I lute of the city Sunday School rated to the productionoprincipal addresses appointed postmaster on April 30 flujbs lind r W K Newton M Governor Colquitt undoubtedly wlil acres are devoted cotton The records show that 38 per cent of our improved farm land is de voted to cotton and it has been the i predominating crop ever since the veto the bill it the attitude of was eornptiollei does not undergo a radical change The Terrell Highway bill was leported favorably to the n JJJQ allll inoi by the attorney genreals ul ofzoSsDalesand by President McKinley He was Bloomington Road Nearing Completion Decomeber 12 by Fine progress is being made in Roosevelt and wasreap construction of the road between this again by President Roosevelt city and Bloomington The road has jamaiT njnoo He has Ihoreforo been grided and graveled to within sover thirteeen years as postmaster Mrs Geo Schiichert S S i H Clcgg Harding and GF Todrt H Clegg E W Parker I O Tnat a special vuiatlon dat S S Sitterle I be kept in all the Sundaj Schools In W Parker John both the city and cotmtn Koch J II Clegg jSchools a dale to be detued ippt S Sitterle J V and this to ba pieceded by A ment and likely will be approved Made Theft Good in Wi Chicago April dying con fession of Thomas Connelly 73 yours uld who died here supposedly a pau iier was admitted asa will in the Pro hate Court today Connelly wrote to a parish priest in Escanaba Mich 20 yeais ago he had robbed a woman now living there of money and jewelry amounting to a decrease in the value of J1C247I of a few small gaps and will seventeen years His father sold for completed within two Hilm for one months The contracting firm winch for imiSOns ad is Ihe Kelso Estate of Galveston will niIrlslrntiolK jh s mldo Carroll B Parker day of prayer in the Sundij Schools The average farm value of cotton was reconstruct three miles of the Niir A Schnchert for the work J II lligg I It is cnrncstly hoped lhit the Sun 13 George S S Sitday Schools of the town an uuiunly terle B W Parker at large will take espoVliI noluec1 To the Public j I have bought the furniture business of Mr C F Schneider and hope to retain all ol Mr Schneiders friends and customers as well as add new ones The business will be conducted in the same stand and I expect to so John G Womack pci B Victoria an excellent postmaster and lolin Koch 15 W this outline of work and ill work 52303 per bale less in mo than ia B L ffl 6 position with the j l S I and harmoniously lo It selmaun road and 14 of a mile of ho 1viil of nll the ot the of l Scimllprt y accnnpllshmeut road after it completes tie He did not apply fov roappoint1 A Bloomington road Iau1er Wilson al1 though urged to do so by many Dem expected lo succeed him as posimasg W MISSION VALLEY NEWS ier is a capable nnd popular young man and will doubtless also fill tho office most acceptably More Auto Owners A Goldman is the owner or a new friends Cadillac automobile S P Dover Buick and Dr W L Ward a Ford J Carroll 10 W Parker S Silterle C A Schuch erl IT Stuart W Parker 1li Clegg To make restitution was his the stock snd the facilities wish and the old man had more than up in his underclothing for that purpose Baseball Game Tomorrow The Goliad High School team will DO YOU know of anyone who is oid enough to read who has not seen that sign at a railroad crossing U everyone hai aeen it at time or olhcr then why doesnt the railroad let the sign rot Why doen Ihe railroad company continue to keep at every crowing Maybe you think Mr Merchar Most everybody knows tnj itorc 1 dont have to adverUKM Your ftore and your goodj need more advertising than the rail roads need do vc warn people to Look Out tor th Can Nothing is ever completed In advertising world The Department Stores ft vefy good they an continually ativrrtiaing UkA they are continually doinf f ood bodnCM pay to run a few rocod ChriatmM time It cer tainly will pay yoo to ran taV votaNtMtrti toat tfl dw taBM Ifa taataM A ADVERTISE in THIS PAPER Building News The Bailey Mills Company has been ing etc that it will be greatly to game is scheduled to be played at Sitj awarded the following building con your advantage both in time and terle Park at 4 oclock in the aftertracts for handling repair and refinishing come here toworrow for a game with work picture training furniture packthe Victoria High School nine The 4 4 ij jf jjt 4 4 it Mission Valley Texas Apiil Hi i The rain on the seventh foi r tie money saved to favor me with your noon These teams played a game business All repair work which is at Coliad several days ago the Oo now in the shop and all unfilled or winning by a score of 10 to 9 The score stood 9 to 3 in favor of to cost For the erection of a twostory frame store and office building 30 by 50 feet for J 11 SewerrJ If Clegg 1 V Carroll W B George V Carroll S S Sitterle C A Schucherl i Street W B Just enough to please the mimeib George John Koch I coolnights of the week i Market SquareW B George John have made the cotton lool like a far Koch H Stuart liner after a twomonths djouth A Moved and carried the sime fpw LllC hae to ic plant their cotton as a result ter at Placedo PtOved Tho election ot president now being Mr and Mrs R H Tucker and two tiers which Jlr Schneider had will be the Victoria boys up to the ninth in promptly attended to and will he wflen their oppolicilts rnade six livered at moment 418 the earliest possiole rulls Respectfully BenH Barnes The Advocates Subscription Uat To Make Headquarters In Victoria Postmaster Clark received a letter yesterday from the U S Treasury De partment announcing that A R But An 8room residence for Wischkaeinper at Guadalupe to 3000 A 4room cottage for Mrs M Schoe nit on the Bloominglon cond to pnl in oredr His Honor Ihe mayor Frank and Stella hdio moved pointed Messrs Clegg and Parker as to Victoria to make their futue home A fireproof onestory reinforced concrete store building 32 by 70 feet llor postoflice inspector would hereon tlm San Antonio River at tho Pet In response to Governor Colquitts after make his headquarters in Viclus for L Seeligson Company urgent appeal for immediate contributoria and office qufiitcrs ot tellers and they announced that S Tucker having bought the D S Sltferle war duly elected as President Emlson home It is a souice ot re or the Board for one yea jsrel to have such a good man move Application of J H Fox Jr and away but the Valleys IOBS ib A lUorias Gus Hoffman as engineers for the Bain as he is one Christian man who waterworks Is liked by everyone who has the pcas Moved by J It Cleg and seconded ure of his acquaintance lie has lent by J V that the rules his farm out here to his two sons quitIng that the engineers be elected and that he may return nere some day tions to the storm sufferrs of the Ohio to he assigned him in the postoircoj A Oroom aetfool be suspended andthey be elected by to muho bis home s tn smccie wish flood the Advocate has started ahnilding Mr Butler has heretoforetorm the Smiley Independent irrled or h si nemh Thnmon subscription list Let every man who made Ws headquarters in San Ansdlool njstct aftcr y Inviatim l the Victoria IMC TXI JUs IJ 1 to Thomaston has a heart and a dollar contribute his tonio Henry T Phelps architect or Sim share now to this fund Antinio to be completed August 1 p rp on Send contributions lo the Advocate El Campo Band Coming Moved and carried same bo accept home ol Mr and Mr It Cgb on or to the First National Bank The firemens committee on lo cost fd Apri loth 510000 ments were advised today of the El j A dAuhle division lireproof vault carried that upon the Mr anMIrs Schuohmaclier and the Invitation the Victoria Fire Dej pnrtmrmt to attend their annual cdeSunday to see James Edward Clegg hration to bf held May 7 II13 read her grandson who arrived al the A M McFaddin Joba J Welder James A McFaddin B F Williams H C Edwards Diesbachs Pharmacy Trinity Church Improvement Guild Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Society Princess Theatre Benefit Matinee Ladles Auxiliary BNai Israel Copregatlon L M Potash Victoria dauahkr of J I Kyle were over a drive Sunday afternoon 10000 Campo bands acceptance to be prosIn the new Pottus1 slorn building at approval of he Public Square Commit 5000 rt the celebration liny 7 and to be used by the Cioliad State tec the bill of J B Scheiimackbo 2500 ticlpate In the musical festivities of jpaid j 2500 the occasion This is one of the I Moved and curried the Public Sliaro 2BOO states crack musical aggregations and I A onestory addition 00 by SO feetam IO ruhod to A Goldmans brick cotton Of thp dnrnpinj turla and vicinity for the liberal pat Card of Thanks I hereby thank the people ot Vli the news ot its coming was received with delight j I housa In the eastern limits ot this ground cleaned rontge accorded mo during the twcn 1000 Erecting Structures for Fifth Story seasons crop The structures for tho fifth and last story of the Welder skyscraper are being erected causing the building to city to be completed In lime for this1 The following bills were read and lyeislit years lhat 1 have engaged lii Notice to The Advocate will recelrpTno adveri SOO GOO 600 assume Immense proportions and giv ing Victoria a vnry citylike appear Max Bettin 500 Htw FlHturct for Fletchtri Pharmacy Using for publication the day it IB received if the copy Is not In by the noon hour Thla regulation will be strictly adhered to and li adopted to prevent any delay In the paid Out of the General Fund T S Alexander fiOc Victoria Manufacturing Co 2So Mrs Ceo Howard A B 500 j Fletchers Pharnaey will noon bo tion ol paper durlat UMM ihort CMhollc BwwrteM 100 equipped with beautiful new rUturetJdijB I ho furniture business u Victoria I have disposed of my stock to Ben H Barnes and hope that my former pat rons will extend Mr Barnes the samo Victoria Manufacturing Co 1beral patronage that they did me J Hoffman 135 OroceParrish Co C A Wertholmer tl50 ttraet and Fund knowing that he will accord all fal1 treatment Respectfully 417 C F Schneider   

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