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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 3, 1913, Victoria, Texas w f AV J iUcchln Cmmbitm H French Pnbluttr Tint Victoria tnd Victoria County Second Teiaa in General ViLUME VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY MAV 3 1913 ScbMTlption Per NUMBER 02 mm m HERE BEFORE G O Stoner J A McFaddin and Pet unable to capture the unwelcome visitor from the tea in 1802 we ivero more fortunate than ibce who will un ULIl I HAL I lUUlxL dertake to rid the count of his presj IMTHF PARADF ence upon his arrival at the Southern Pacific bridge rear thu electric light plant You viK remember Jim when the fish was a own just below the pros1 tonjo ho has been the gcest of her slstP 5lss Clara teacher of tho Are nosji Hcliodl left for Sun Antonio Sun day sister accompanied her her school having closed for the term The new settlers below Inez want a bridge acrossthe Garcltas Creek The bridge is badly needed but the er Fagrn Believe the Monitor the Same One That Wai Discover ed in River 50 Years Ago SKEPTICS JUST READ THIS ent Brownsville bridge bow ho do1 wili Mrt Rehecca j Fiher stroved In one dav flfty head of those he count l cattio which we had just round up for the Confederate government Certainly replied Mr McFaddin Will Appear in thc Daughters of the Republic Division Among the many prominent person money right now lo expend for its building It costs monoy to put up a steel bridge anil if the money ia taken out of the road fund the roads will ALL COMMUTffS MEET SATURDAY Miss Power Calls Parade Committees Together to Arrange Final Details for Firemeni Day Celebration fly reference to mi olllclal call else where in the Advocate it will be noted Seen in Mjtajorda Bay far Back as into the Guadalupe River During Civil jtroyed Fifty of Stoneri and McFaddlns Cattle The Advocate has been vindicated Some of its credulous readers have had the audacity to Question the ac curacy of the accounts of the appear ance In the Guadalupe River of the sea monster a few weeks aso of its dep redations among cattle hogs and sheep along the river and of the movements ijoth in water and on land Some of these skeptics and doubting Tbi There will ba a way found for Remember I was given one hundred Ume resldollt negroes with which to do the work and Rebecca j Victoria JlrB 7at it was done iu short order Well this was after the Division of the po recently as tlie gues and relatives Tho picnic and dance the Are sters journey back down the riveand his invasion of the San Antonio bot toms He was never heard of after that and f ha always thought that Mrs Fisher will appear in the Daugh10a Scioolllouse lagt wns a grand success in parade instead of in the French Divilmsml llrul a thm was erroneously stated a few As has been recalled Mrs at i oclock nt tlio City Hall 11 is earnestly desired that each chairman bo present and ready to re way All port on the work of their respective j committees There is much work re a dream the other nisit tomaiiiing to be done in connection with Another Correction The Advocate published a cation yesterday from A Knowfrut which contained among other asser tions the following Tho Victoria Daily Advocateand tlie Victoria Fact have almost dally been stating that the Magnolia Petro leum Company were complying with the law and have Insinuated thc rest of us not complying with It Tlir Advocate has done nothing of tho kind U merely quoted the agents ot the Magnolia Petroleum Company upv on a recent occasion to the effect that their company would comply with oil ordinance and published a letter from the manager ot tlie company some months ago lo the same effect when a strenuous effort was being made to secure the ordinances repeal And tho Advocate also published astate ment from Mr Knowlan agent of the short timo company would Information Gulf Kofining Company lays ago As has been recalled Mrs thlt IU7 was uhead the historical sections of tho parade IRO declaring that his cc t Fisher was at ono time held a caiitlvo nn Hs ni nil mciubers lire urgeniuhny Hie law Upon the obstructions wiucn wo jiuced in tie by mljms in hc sn Aulonio hlt lU lnm Ullir nslis coiuplcfurnished us by Alderman Stuart vhn Gundaiupe for another PIMpose was uio Rivm vllloyr vpst of Victoria and wer tlie cemetery was lion at the earliest possible moment have been in a position to only thing that preveiuwl his coming was ljy thu reisers She fw bcutifi KaVRa well Thcro should be a nil attendance at the Advocate slated after the or up to town nrd possibly lartlici by tlie slvages after they had inj loaiied with Howors Tt was Saturday afternoons moeliiis iiiid the dlnance went into effort that all of wards he rivers source murdered her father and motlier and Mr Stoner in substantialion further u0 jlm WPS four years old rcain but wo hope goiiral rhairiiian Miss aenuvleve Iow Hio oil conipnnlOB had complied with this dream will come true some day er the hope that each of he it and IF that is not a fact let tho offl have Tven challenged his tllilt visitor rronl tho She was placed in the rave of the tlft llcz Kubehairmen will be ready with a final llo ilty Tills paper albo racity oE the faithful and conscienj seas alul now closcly of liev Mr Ulair of Victoria and H R shoult jei j1 aalldfucinry ivport nt hat time Mieiilionnd in corniceion with tho Item to the duty of watched a few mile below Victoria is vitu tiKm sllo lived several years pnm lluso mnvl ot hBj Tho ladles cmupiLalng the vavuius rnf1Triil In that the Magnolia Petro ioureporter heepin In touch with the giant fishs ianli vitl1 hc Jj sllt hlii Passed the three score and his j Iast nlglit conimillecs havf worked nubly and in Company liiul purchase movements fom that eventful jB1in 3lliers lsc2 ten period but though julle feeble in awl uu otlur duslrlously in the effort to make ilielr Pt city for n morning when he was discovered on istltes tlult Just sluh a waB flL 1caltb flu nossewus that same biii civclsioIIH wom in as well us portion of the parade a brilliant Ktiejmd we aiv informed that it lis the binlc of the river playing havoc visitor to Matagorda Island as 1IaIKc u jMlcct find mental activity refreshments being served In Mils lliey are din with aherd of sheep flr back s 18a2 a fnct recentlv that many yotrs ago won for her the lul ilm playing most iidmirably their patriot To all sucheveV hide of emwe callca lj okl citizens of lho r0lsl of f tho Patriotic women Blillelims as that llelp to make ism mid prldu in ih hud purchfiyed a tract station as let tha met for I he removal of Its plant lo Hint poinl Advocate strongly history contended the retention of tho Tiis movements The Advocate now takes great pleas lire in referring its skeptical readers to three of the countys most reliable and oldest citizens for verification of the Tacts heretofore related concern tallying Uhe River welcomed with that reverence and love The city at heir meeting that is due her Monday nisjiil and the Chamber of Reports from tlie cpieens mid their Commerce tonight will probably be royal attendants from other cities relatives We wish for thein many more happy rojurns ol tlie diy All the ladies who helped to clean up and put tilings In proper shape at ihe Ciitluiic Church and tnllj loolt n mMrk nroncrlv J ul11 ll muu ue chewed or digestive disturbances will result Tlie only origins capable of properly Contract for New Railroad 600 Miles to Be Rook Island Bit Springs Tex April con 111 iiaslicating food are lieiillhy tcetli He in congratulaled gum Uid oilier similiir tract was signed this afternoon between MO If the men folks roiuco the ability of your T Fry representing the Kinpiro Con ster from the sea These gentlemen are none other thaii Messrs G 0 Stoner Peter Pagan and J A McFaddin Of course these gentlemen have talc W no part iu the attempt to capture the fish and only two of them Messrs Stoner and McFaddin have seen him But they remember vividly and with no degree of pleasure the appearance of a fish answering perfectly tliede as to size shape and charac teiistics of the one now malting his way up the Guadalupe Take their word for it for they will tell ou that just such an inhabitant of the sea made Us wiy up the Guad alupe fiftyore years ago and played A HOT TIME IN THE OLD IOWN ilatcs tliat the road in to cross at Big i i lu tiuui LIKIL r I vu nation exercises which are being mads un IPtlie sunervision of the Queen o a sonluiaw Jlr DR BfiEWINGTON Dentist Dorah Power B Thnrmon1 IB stl seiloiisly ill nt onue oll ot Ucibold Springs wliich i to bn both a passen his horn in Victoria We wish for lhone 067 aud freight tern inal point and the young man a speedy recovery the City will be perfected in due time for the occasion I t INEZ Thats What it Will be in Victoria on the Night of May ment for Everybody Frank Bote cor f ty A ij ff 3 Inez April rain we It be a warm time in Victoria onhad last week came n good time It Robert IIolzheuscr and T J Martin have renewed their subscriptions to the Weakly Advocate Thanks If anyone lias any news ot interest in this community we would appreciate a If hey would let us know something of it We arc not able to travel or go all around and looks for Items at present I also have ihu main shops nnd general les capandball pistols etc as the one ol 191te Read what they say concerning lie iHonster The0 is nC doubt in my mind1 said Mr McFaddin to an Adv porter that the monster no the departure of special trains so of bringing them together will bring the crowds to town We trust aim hope that Urn fire As there will be an overflow at the boys of Victors will have a good day AS THE SPOTLESS STATE Kansas Would Have Such Characteri Very Strict Sanitary Law to be Enforced GREAT DRY GOODS SALE BEGAN TODAY McClung Gersts Entry in the Busi ness in Victor Marked by Rec ardSreaking Patronage headquarters for oflicktiS of the toad Actual construe iori lo begin before Jan 1 ISM The new road is said to be a Rock island pajoct Delightful Piano Recital A delightful piano recital was given at the Nazareth Academy yesteiday afternoon by Misses Kitty Alonzo Es ther Kirkpatrick and LVrtiia Tecker students of the academy in honor i MeOimg Corsts great dry goods young Rradwilas nanieiy sale euiiiprisiiiK the Snvole and PawJjjssos Corrinu Wood Katie Glass rhd celt slocks combined and involving Joralnc Pitts An appreciative i ud ivoilli of select and sensioiiable ienco filled tho aiidilorium and spoke KOids this Luiriiiui it the stand n ihc hlRhnst 1inns of praise of ho Topeka Kan April Kansas dc fonneriy occupieij by Ibo Kaweott 0111young performers mastery of the piano opera house for the Turkey Trotllin for their celebation We also hope lo l30 classed heriiafier as the puiy and the sloc has been crowded in clianniiiK numbers rendered There jstrels and as there will probably be that the lurges crowd that over as state the slate that keeps all day In fact lluve has hardly ever was a classical tone about all the num many who will not care to attend the sembled in a city the size of Victoria je cleanest of all the states and thatbeen such a fremcnduniis oiilpoiirlng bors and tho precision nd animation i grand balls the question arose with will be present on that day Tlie boys enforces a cleanup law Jiat is lho of shoppers in Victoria Standing with which each was rendered to say could s The one that truck Jt has been decided to give and work your corn and cottoi it will lawmakers hastened to do just as the published in a double page ad In the training under several of the mas im iihTut in a continuous concert on the square durbe better women wanted The statute makes It Advocate is what brought these many ters of Europe The program follows LOUIIiry rounuciuirut m it t f i terror In the 1862 also explored the River for quite a distance returning to that stream after having once made a Journey northward to within five or six wiles of Victoria in the Guadalupe The monster that visited the two riv Sin entre evening for the pleasure receipt of a letter from juty of tlie county and city health jcuston BI i 1 lii h let of those who can not or will care to George Meiss an old Victoria boy and officers to see that tho law Is enforced lingly between breaths Ibis afternoon jwho is at present in San Hiego Cal and there is a fine of SI00 or sixtyMr Irechtel a dry goods salesman of He is in good health and says he is In jail attached for participate in the other event Floats Being Completed It is estimated that the floats will failure to Mide experience has charge of the sale going farther up the country obey the enactment Dont forget the basket picnic tc be The law has a twofold object PROGRAM The life that is In time with tho given by the Inez Union Sunday School health and fire prevention Kansas lost traces th and ia a firm believer in the worth of melodies of heaven cannot fail of be newspapor advertising In fact be Ing happy he great success of the many 0 by G rjon izottl Op 27 piano a Miss K Kirk patrick piano b Miss Bertha Jecker 11 The Butterfly by C Lavallee Op 18S outfit Jl Hiuai iitiiiuauiiit uuaia Mmu J Jt r whenever he chose to turn around he appear n arp nearly e renaered Ice cream and soda watof thc Tires were started by spnntancontinued Mr 1reclitcl and when the Miss Kitty Alonzo be completed by the end of the pres irent out on land to do so Yes Ill icompleted Tne flouts for the hiser wil1 bo which wi bo the eous combustion By removing tho people find everything as represented never forget the trouble that that teltoricai 0 the parade will be only thlng for If you want trash from the buildings and keeping i dont know what we are going to do low gave us when came up so tie force of artto spen1 a nlce time hcre ls the olnan at a tlnlES thc er tod I have no doubt but that ungaged he blcnding ot chance one now canning so much uneasinesB Tn of u Miss Ideli Farrer and grandmother danger of fire will he diminished lj Chambles went to San Antonio IqoUltoly beautiful and those to be ta v8lt to HanUn to the ucce5 of effort to Iefl hjr tfcB queeng he Inez is dull this week farmers are the fishs capture Do I remember whale of fish T r 7 M f busy in their fields working their crops Isdy of the land attendants mrid of REPORTS DAMAGE QY DEliR Jim Welli County WanU to Kill Petti bntior royal chaperones etc will pre enter trade flnatii are urgid to report to Well I should ay I do clearly Mut o w rcplM Mr atoner who had Itatenwlimfmberlti Thfl merchants and bus attentively to the remarks of Mr Mc Faddin when asked If he could not the sUtements of thc Int Ur And I can tell you ot another mun who will verify what you have nM continued Mr ftner ll Peter Fag M bad a Une with that tat I that They are both worthy gentlemen and deserve it German Coach Stallion My German Coach Stillion will make The puUiuj up of a telephone line from nursery ma in Jim Mnlor the Cltj of Victoria at after tho splendid rain we had last Austin Texas April game warden la la receipt of a letwr with the crowds McClung Clerst have made a brilliant start in the dry goods business In Victoria and the Adjccker vocals wishes them continued success The Celebrated Witches Dance by Paganinl Miss E Kirkpatrick Selection from Liszt Miss Bertha from below this place to Inez which County saying that deer hsJ i will be connected with tho Victoria 000 damage to In that i fcrmsi i JIM ttu I J i hir ccntral omcc ls Progressing rapidly tlon duriw tho past threo years andHors recelve o il thm art ft D owned Iivcr Stnble by tho Spinnlled Op 81 by Litolff Miss B Kirkpatrick Sonata Op 91 by Beethoven flrst movement with animation and expres sion Miss Kitty Alonzo Concerto No 1 by Ttfendelssohn piano a Miss B Kirkpatrick piano without delay Blaochla Wm Hutcherson Alvln Holzheuser and desiring permission to kill them I others are working on the line When Gamn Warden Cox will ffll lend a the line Is completed it will be of great special deputy i Investigate How nonnltd hand benefit to III patrons Let the good erer pertnlsulon w kill oat nsn Company Terms j bj Miss Kitty Alonzo guaranteed Stable phone 362 John J Thomas Phono 645 fitftt brMto Mto for i work to OB HIM CmrUNMy limit IB In Franklin lcjIlRder ot will Mt I7MM Park Qaraf Tho highest grace of music from the feelings of tho heart Selection from Chopin Kitty Alonio
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