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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Victoria, Texas V v I A T V 11 Ul v H Frraoh Publiihcr Vint Victoria uu2 Victoria County Second Bouthwsrt in 0 enerjU VOLUMC VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 26 1913 Subscription per A NUMBER SU H C Kleiu Kay Kins and Win HutcheEon wentto Victoria to appear before HIB Commissioners Court in the interest orthe new public road below Inez More roads mid better roads are needed It is only a pity that enough roads not opened up white lands were cheap j The Sunday School ot the Inez Union Texas Governor Endorses Stand Taken Church will give a picnic Saturday C01QUITT UPHOLDS ALIEN LAND LAW by Governor Johnson of California In Controversey now Pending i May 3 at or near the old DeLeon ranch near Inez Ice cream and other soft refreshments will be served Every Austin Texas April 23Goveror boily is invited to attend at the pro New APf sliS Aubuu iiiii vi I wni honsni rnr no imKm m the prevlius forecast max his morning leceived a teleceeas 1M for he benefit of fram from the San Fiancisco Call rethe Sunday School questing informatioQ as to the opera under tills program Saturday afternoon at I oclock at the City Hall Its reB ular meeting place NEW RHttCiST IN FLOOD REIGON Mississippi May Not Go Quite a HIBh at Has Been Expected South of Baton Rouge B P Hockaday and son of San An flood stages Donaldsonville and at New Orleans Baton Rouge i at the alien land law in the state tonio are putting up the machinery for Texas tue H C Koontl cotton gin predicted in a special Hood bulletin Issued by District Forecaster Cliiie To Honor Academy Graduates Misses Kstuor Kirkpalrick mid Kitty Alonzo assisted by Miss Hcrlim lech er will give a musical Wednesday April 30 al i p in at the Nazareth in honor of the three I013 graduates of the academy Misses Corriue Wood Katie Glass and Loraine Pitts Everybody is cordially invited to attend the musical Bids Called for Another Building The plans drawn by Hull Praeger tor tbe George Vundenbcrge Fritz building have been accepted Bids Tbe river gauge ator 10 erection of the building have San Francisco yesterday after spending a most pleas San Francisco Call feet at Donaldsonville Oal Your telegram quoting Governor ant Johneon as saying California isright BF Thompson is having some im enacting an alien land law and provements made to his residence C jointing to a similar law in Texas is MBlllstein is doing the work received You ask me for an opinion Sitterle Matt Surma Stephen tothe operation of our alien land Weitz and Ed Slotnick made a business ujon Ule evees law Our law works all right and aptrl to Victoria Monday plies to all aliens alike You ask my Jlrand MrsThomas Babb of Illi but who Is staying in Edna for present paid Inez a welcome visit stages at 225 feet at Now Orleans the second floor The basement is ALL IHf QUEENS Preparations for Firemens Celebration Completed in Neighboring Towns Great Baseball Gunie With the selection of the moons by Cuero El Campo GolituI Port Lavaca and Hcfujrio lie firo companies and their friends of the neighboring cities have completed arrangements for their visit to Victoria for the celebration here on May 7 Uefuglo will come vHli an Indian princess dressed in an appropriate and unique costume and accompanied by nn escort ot braves Including chiefs of the different tribes which inhabited Texas before her occupancy by the tale faces itS feet at Baton Rouge and 357 flesignert for restaurants billiard halls I The queen of the City of Roses the The new forecast is based upon tne building will be most beaull water now In sight and is contingentful Rntl very elegant mid modurn I of the stand taken by Governor Johnson I have not seen the full ex the Winds may cause the maximum stages to be slightly higher or slightly lower than indicated At Natchez or 26 and barbershops The plans shw first lady of the land the king iind all ot the royal attendants will entcrtan tlie visitors in grand style The royal households local and visiting will oc cupy boxes and specially reserved scats at the opoin house In the even region of his views But if he asast Mr Babb owns consider inHi tV L hie thie raf oio record is Indicated the right of the state of Califor nia to regulate and control such mat ters Without interference from the able land In this part of the state TELFERNER NOTES Telferner Texas April 23 Chas federal government I endorse and u puttng up a MW 80 M ylod him for taking such a stand to te preparell to please WB cutomera Telferner BUb8Crlberswlil please pay Bubcrtptlon to F H Scherer to our alien land law Our law of that pace ug bare cltltens of foreign birth of all nations and they are aU requires all nonresident aliens to dtfl J S Argo an old settler and the fatn of their lands within ten years er0aw Join I refer you to title 3page 6 ofthe Telternei Monday night He was bur ied yesterday at the El Toro Cemetery The Advocate extends to the bereaved revised civil statutes of Texas of 1911 for full statement of our alien land Jaws Signed O B Colquitt Oov ramlly jtssincere Eymplltny The box supper given last Saturday a maximumstage of S4 iv jirevfouii I This does riot Change the previous maximum stage forecast by Dr Cllne 1 The weather bureau bulletin says Us arrangements The front wlii bo ol enameled brick and plate glass will copper mnnniiiifi an awning with n Klass and terra cotta cornico and trimmings The structure will bp the Public Sijutrc will take place at i oclock In ie afternoon affording tin Indies and children who will parti cipate In prsvlous events to witness exorcises The coronation will Immediately follow the pauule which o mimcuces at oclock promptly The firemens races and will occur just before the parade be ginning at p m NEEDED RAINS COME IN TEXAS The Mississippi Hirer below Vlcks burg and the Atchafalaya will come to a stand and then fall for afew dayn a result of Increased width of the Mayersvllle crevasse With the return of the crevasse waters there will be a rise Showers and thunderstorms are predicted today and tonight in lower Mississippi Valley the ornor ot Texas INEZ NOTES Frank BoU cor Jnez Texas April F night at the Ttelferner Sunday School building was well attended The re ceipts were The boys were a 4 little shy at first but came around all 4 right Our thanks ara due to those Who helped so liberally Jj Rev J B Hudson of Victoria SHEEP SELL AT FANCY PRICE Burleson County Farmer Gets Average Price of per Head Caldweil Texas Vandenbergcand W B George the Interest of Messrs Cieoge Van denberge being represented by the Vic toria Improvement Company Many Coming From Bay City Bay City Trirnne Speaking of spring stivlties we would recommend the hetnens cele jbratfor May 7 at Victoria pur sis ter city of Victoria is a good town and has ahost of oldtime warm hearted hospitable Texans within her llmifs and We slionld turn out o good crowd that day May The B M will rnn a special train leaving Bay City at 7 a in arriving at Victoria at 10 a m and the rate will be only for the round trip Make this trip Watson president April W W of the Burleson County Farmers Union was in town Haxthausen Herman Sons Houston Chronicle August Haxthausen who was elected today and sold fortythree head of grand president of the Sons of ller Ssbnptzer of El Campo informs us preached to a large congregation last sheep at an average price of per maun at their state convention In Ans that there will be no services at the Sundayandwe can in truth say that head netting him clear profit j tin Tuesday Is one of tbe most proml Catholic Church at this place on the he deserves the appreciation of all No He says the wool he has sold from nent GermanAmerican citizens of Houston He Is publisher of the Tex as Deutsche Zeitung a member of the Nearly Every Seeilcti of the State Been Visited With Untold Good for the Crops and Cattle Dallas Texas April ly the ontlro north west and south west portions of Texas were deluged by rainfall variously reported from one to two and onehalf inches last night and this morning the fall con tinuing over a period of neverat hours Points as far uorlh as reported the precipitation general The rain was of enormous benefit to crops and particularly to small grains many places reporting wheat oats and corn crops assured on ac count ot the moisture In several sections corn has been drying from tbo long continued drouth and prayers had been offered by citizens for 4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL From Thursdays Daily PERSONAL MENTION first Sunday in May However services matter how pnpd ps bad the weather them amounted to more than the cost will be held on the second Sunday Inne keeps his appointments and raising stead The services begin at 10 a m greeted by a large By Members of the church please remembeing prompt helps other ministers ber this j who out here to hold divine ser George H Hauschild the popular vices His sermons are always Inter cigar manufacturer of Victoria spent esting and beneficial to his hearers some time in one day last week jigy his labors amongus continue for Come again George years to come and his reward for faith Shs Wendell Urban of Victoria fulness be great hereafter His hear spent a couple 01 days with the family Brs ought to be better Christians after of her son A P Urban out here last hearing his powerful sermons week j The picnic up at Salem last week was a grand affair A large crowd was present and all had a flue time Much interest was taken in the baseball game between theLeona and Salem teams The Leona bois won the game by a score ot S to 4 There will be BLOOMINGTON NOTES by the Turkey Trot Minstrels At night the grand balls will be scenes of brilliancy in many respects The beautifully gowned young women and socioiyf elite from eight or ten cities will be honor guests at the grand ball The grand concerts participated In by four of the best brass bands in the stato will be attractlonii of pleasure throughout the day And that baseball game between Vic toria and Bloomlngton will be a con test never to be forgotten Victoria will have her fans and rooters out in fuul force while the Bloomlngton team will bring with them one of the most loyal and enlhubiastic bands of roolers that ever shouted for a home aggregation of players Writing to O Wheeler manager of the Victoria team J A Dickey of the Bloomlngton bunch writes My boys are in line shape for the game on the 7th and we are going to nake you people play some ball if rcm take the game on that date Whllp we have no new players and expect to play the same men there we played when you wei here yet they have had News of the rain caused a decline ols the New Orleans cotton market Western Centra Terts and the hnndle received a liberal supply of intn froin two to two and onehalt at many points Dr R R Hopkins spent the ifter or1er for more tlian j2 ycnrs noon in Edna F J Johnson of Llano arrival here manship of the finance this afternoon I LouisF Haller returned home today ifrorn a visit to San Antonio Rosa Cameron cor Bloomington Texas April considerable practice and will get lots I state legislature and an active mem1 more before that date and therefore ber of a number ot German societies 1 think we will have the fastest ag of Houston gregation of ball players by then that Mr Haxthausen has been viceever came together from a town of twenty times the size of Boonilngtoii Furthermore we will have about two of tbe loudestmouthed whopperJawed wiiidjaininirg noise rnaklng bunch of fans to root for us that day that you ever had the plona coinniittec nre to listen to They are all taking special courses la vocal culture so you lvtiov Ihe rest You can rest assured that unless president of the state organization of the Sons of Hermann for four years He lias been a member of the served on a number of committees of the state lodge occupying the chair tilllll prior to his selection as vicepresident is a member Houston The selection of of Magnolia 5lr Haxtlmusen 24 F Welder went to Us marks a new era in the history of the do not think they will County ranch today grand lodge He Is the youngest presli jiuy boys fall down on that day rwlilrh do that Vic another game at ihe Arcnosa Schooldatlce was Eiven Frida niKht 5Ir house on Friday April 23 between the and Mrs Frotl Crumine which was very same teams imush by a number of our Chas Holzheuser who has been People away from here for about six months I Mildred Rogers and Lillie came in the other daj to join his famCayce are in ily We are informed that he will in Ww of the Brownsville the tutnrv mike his home in Palestine corps civil engineers friends here Tuesday called on August YVeidemeter is home from visjt to Sau Antonio Jules Leffland returner borne today frm a business visit to Frank Sykes representative of the famous Tidal Wave Flour Ss ii the jdent selected for a long time the for mer practice being to select older men for the position he is to fill toria will have to play tin hardest she ever played If you win that game We are going with the intention of win ning it anil byJo we arc going to do Asbeck Case in Affred cae 0 was Si von the death penally here are t are dandies You will not be ashamed he astterm of the District Court for Together with his wife and family he will return to Palestine the first part of next inohih Well we have not uen anything of her Parents that fish yet I Page Stubhlefield returned Friday city i PhilP Drymala H G Vogt and vife Miss Ethel of j Menke and Antfjn f to take the boys around to the big ban killing hla wife has been affirmed by Quet land introduce them to your the Court of Criminal Appeals al Ausfriends for they look some good Of The court reversed the they hardly expect to be Intro I Texas spent the past week here with j home from Austin wheeAraurosa Oaicia a Mexicanwho vas duced to your queen because Ihey real they attended Lodge of thegivcn ciBht 5ears In connection with she would want to play ball with court at Refugto Mrs 1 D Motherai and children and Miss Mollie Motheral Tuesday for The cleaning up of the Bishoff Ceme tery last week was well done Almost all who have loved ones fcuried were there 16 help That was the right Angleton to visit the latters mother way to honor and respect our dead that place The cemetery now looks like a garden Mrand Kingsville Well done Inez ought to follow the palA a short vlslt to tlle liters sister example Dr T C of Providence City Mrs A F Rigby last week Mr and Mrs O H Sears entertained fatherinlaw ot P H Letts spent a tew at dinnerSunday Mr and Mrs N M day with the tamlv of Mr Letts lass Bartley Mrand Mrs W W Plumb wcek and Mr and Drick The members ot tbe Catholic Church George Howard went to San Antonio at laei will please couin to the church TuesIair v on Tuesday April 28 for a general wJ Sunday with the rCome ill rren and women family of L A Cameron there will be to do for all of Commissioner Hamp Wefver was out you Bont let be done always on business from Victoria Tuesday The people ought io all be Interested at Woudsboro Friday n their chnrra and iroep their prem School closed here last Friday Ises ill good hapo A word t1 the wise Mr Alexander of Victoria was here is sufficient so conjo all Monday and Tuesday Frank Loos a brick mason of San Dennis of on Antonio diill he brick work on ihe II friends here Tuesday C Kobnf wtton gin Mr Ixxs Is a A number of the business men met fine mechanic one who knows hia busTuesday night and organized a com Sons of Hermann H A ZepHn and the Wilingof another Mexican at FordJBIooralngton and while we would give wife who also attended the meeliiii Ben W Fly and T H her a jolly reception yet we realize will visit relatives in Taylor before defended Oarcla at tbe trial ot she belongs to Victoria for the time turning home his case and also represented hun In being at least and know you would his appeal to the higher court Judge feel bad for her to forsake you for the Fly received a telegram yesterday angoodlooking bunch of Bloomington Very Costly Bank Fixtures The in the quarters oflhe Welder Skyscraper to be occupied byalso that the Asbeck ease had been afi nouncing the reversal of this case aid hoys the Victoria National and Farmers firmed Attorneys Dupr Look for u and anything you can and Poolio for us on that day to show the boys Merchants Banks will be moat elegant j of this city and Rose of ICclna were a good time will be appreciated by my They will cost about and be counsel for Asbeck When Informed self the bal players and the entire as fine as the fixtures ofbanks In the of the action of the higher court by citizenship of Bloominpton great cities The building will be magj Constable Hudler Asbeck who has niflcently appointed throughout and DRUGGIST GIVES MONEY BACK Dodsons Liver Tone Gets a four Guarantee from FleunerY micy When an article Is sold a druggist vho Is willing to give it his persons guarantee its a mighty strong proof of real merit Thats exactly the case with Dod sons Liver Tone It is a pleasant tasting vegetable remedy for a slow and sluggish liver since Dodsons Liver Tone came on the market sale of calomel has gone way donw The reason Is simply this Dodsons Uver tone is safe and harmless and guaranteed to be is often uncertain sometime danger ous and no druggist wants to guaran tee that It wont knock you out ot a days work and maybe send you to bed Fletchers Pharmacy sells Dodsons LIveTtdne and guarantees it For you and for your children its a good thing to keep aboltle always In the house Pharmacy will give yon your money back if you think Dodtiong Liver Tone is not worth the price Keep your liver working and your liver will not keep you from working Is good advice to go by Miss Von poblen Elected Gollnd Guard The flromens contest which just closed proved tobe quite a spirited affair in which Miss Hattie Von Doh len was chosen by over 100000 riiajor contest was for the purpose of electing a young lady to represent Goliad at the Firemens Celebiation In Victoria on May 7 floliarts repre sentative nil n scat of honor and will receive iairijcourtesies hoir the firemen organizations of neighbor Ing towns Tbe contest closed Tues day night and the vote stood as tol vs Miss Von Dohlcn 374700 Miss Bergmmm 274tOO Miss Blunt 21000 POPE IS GRADUALLY REGAINING STRENGTH Condition of Pontiff so Much Improv ed Physicians do not Issue Bulletins would be a credit to a city ot over 100000 population Victoria Electric Studio Will do your kodak finishing at been cool and composed very since thfi day of his Incarceration and hid expressed confidence in the courts decision broko down completely and wept like a child He haw two wncknj in which to make a motion for a rej hearing and if this IK not granted as1 n tnih case it will then be prices quoted No 2 Brownies 8c for developing and 2c a print Iso 3 4C icome District Judges 0s duty iie dnte f0r the 1 can I reiniiin you J A Dickiy Manager1 In Names Omitted presenting a list of the appoint ments announced by tbe Quen of the fily of Itosos In yesterdays Advocate Home April much improve1 was found in the condition of the ope by Doctors Marchafava and Amicl on their visit to the sick room this veiling that they did not consider it ictcssiiry to issue a bulletin The j morning bulletin read as follows i For four days his holiness has had no fever As u result of the ameliora jtion of Mm bronchial affection thejpono Is gradually his strength j Mgr lircsKRii the popes secretary and Father Parolln his nephew cele brated imisH today in the chapel nd joiniiif the papal bcdruom In the pres ence of Angilo Sarto and the popes KiMfrs anil niece To Hold Weekly Meetings The Victoria Civic Association account of the expansion of Its work execution for a day Mlnwlnn thirty days after sentence Is passed1 MrS Ul Nl roynl Notice to Trcsspassers hereby give noiico that fishing wllW I there Is no Inte one and 1 V Carroll Jr and Turk hunting anil other trespassing on my iDeM He flnlihed fhe job Monday and werclal club N M Dartlcy was will meet every week hereafter Court convenes hero Monday left for San Antonio the following ed as secretary and W F Bayne as stead of every other week The aanett lc of tho Court of morning pretldent t jsociation will hold Its first will probably be re I icelvcd by May 8 I it I McDowell train i one of the chief attractions of the day land situated eight inline below Vic bo Horia on tbe Giiadalupe River Is strict ly prohibited Trespassers will bo prosecuted to the full extent of tho law J A Weaver 51
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