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Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - January 25, 1902, Victoria, Texas ADVOCATE SmiMDAV BVISNING WAY MOEEIATO 1AL EST ROOM 72 OCONNOR ADVANCEMENT is the history of all Icountvies Some time they must go for iwaid The moving time tor VICTORIA COUNTY is at hand SLIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SflLE with us and help to place the banner coun ty ol Southwest Texas inthe front of the procession UNITED AFTER FIFTV YEARS wv a Brollw nnl Sister allasl Hs tnblishcil lilentily St lolm N 11 JiiniiAfter having lived 1ov in ignorance of his own idinitiiy Thomas Kaue otherwise Me NO DEM poL learned who ho really is amihas met his sister whom he had not seen since childhood a IK who supposed had died years ago An iidverliscineiH in a St John newspaper lorl to begin a correspondence resulted in his lindhu his rela tives Tim Kane family inchuluiir father mother a boy and three girls had reached Ihis port from Olrio Men Piirckase 170000 Acm in loiiisiaua Now Orleans La Jan One of tlio largest huul sales ever umtlo in tho cotton district hasjiist licoi consummated Alton I Shields and Howard Shields of Cleveland puivlmsius 170000 acros near Vidaliii Lu slrelchiug froiu Urn Mississippi mid Hlack river The puvchaso incliukN some of the best cotton lands in Concordia arish and is heavily purchasers will rent all the land to western set tlors creeling Use necessiuy saw mills cotlon gins and other and Ceiling Papers Complete ami ninkhcd designs 01 the inosl popular color lints and slrvdcs Ten Cents For Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a page paper in agazine form edited by Wil Marion Reedy assisted by a aff of contributors comprising ie best writers and literary au lOiities on all current subjects bciid religious scientific finavi tal literary or artistic I The Mirror is a weekly re of men and affairs a trcas of short stories and good oetry a paper in which tho est books best plays and best are ably reviewed and all bpics of contemporary interest jre given careful attention It the uptodate paper for the iicrchant the teacher the pro essioual man the student the uui as woSl as for woman nd the home If you will send us lOc in sii or stamps we will mail the lirror to youv address for ten The Mirror St Louis Mo WEALTHY MAN WAS KIIU0 A 0 Coopsr of St Louis Viclint of n Deadly Assault St Louis Jan A Dean Cooper treasurer ot the Graham Paper Company several as the result of being assaulted in a Turkish bath establishment at midnight The police believe robbery was the motive William StroUiers a colored attendant is under arrest also Mrs Florence Banks and losie Houston a nejjresses who visit ed S trothoi a before the assault was committed A search of the bath room re vealed Coopers jowolry which was worth hidden in a raf ter also ten pon nd sledge covered blood Stroll iers protests his inno cence Ivelmid in 1854 wliftn both par cuts became ill They died at the Quarantine hospital Oliarihxblfi persons took the children the girls re Subscribe for the Daily Adva here while the lad went with a family at liidiibnelu Kent coun ty whoso name McLaitghlin was given to the child Lutor he was told that his name Siad been Kane but that his history was not known When a young mau JifeLungh iu went to Boston and became a sailor Later as a pilol he was uccessful and acquired some property About eight years ago lie de cided to begin investigations into his family history Ho spent some time here but made no satisfactory progress Ai inter vals since lie luul taken steps in the same direction but it was not until recently that seeing an advertisement inuSt John pa per aslunjr for information about one Thomas Kane ho struck the right trail The advertisement was inserted by Mrs Patrick Condon his only surviving sis factories iMaml duller AJaml Alidlor on a summer day Koilo a loam that ran away But Miind A simple rural used lo doing such sis this Tliu judge rode gaily on the while In bis brand iiewaulomobeel or We do not sell by sample book hut from i sloilc of Tliree Thousand Rolls Our price cannot fail to be satisfactory and have sonic line patterns at pop ular low prices Gall and See Our IBospoctfully HEATON BROS VICTORIA TEXAS A want ad in the Daily Advocate will you advertisers who desire to cover the South Texas field must USE the paper that is readun the of the people THE published daily and week ly does the work Through a priest hero ho es tablished his identity as the homas francof 1851 attdhe and his wife are now in the city visit1 ing Airs Condon Twnivn TIMES MARRIED Dublin ind hin of Madison county undoubtedly ho record in Indiana IVr marriages Mo is years of atfrjand has been mar ried 12 limes He is father ot children it is said Voidel burg hopes to live long enough to marry his lliirtcfiuii Ho was born in Germany and But with n jerk im ciuno lo ustop Whew Miiiul ran into him Iccfflop Tij accident scared him linlf to clciith And ho cussed a HtUe niidov bis broatli the dcucu lo yon inoan askud ho Miy running your wflyon into To ciiiiot him Maud did all slio could lint the auto wiis smashed into kindling wood Tho judge walked slowly buck to town His visage rent by many a frown Xextduy in a dusty court of liuv Ho sued for damagas Maudius paw Moreover he gol a judgiiuihl wliich Biokc the old in an up as ho wasnt rich And that is tho trntb us revcvl ed today Maud was engaged i riik inff hay A Coroiiiiflnn PiisslbllHy The coronation of King ward was in progress A inhabitants of hind peered through tiio win dows but he theater hats of the American millionaires obscured llioir view However Uioy could hoar tho comments very plainly and Uioy writhed with rage when Uioy heard Mrs Kichasmudd of New York titter Look at that coronation robo Why it ia loo full in tlio buck mid tho yoke draws terribly and those plaits went out of stylo i months ago Cursing tlio jjarvonusTor llicir lack of reverenct for royalty lint Standing Room Only contin gent aluiiU bauU to thciipalaiCs liultiinoro A inciicaii The Daily Advocalu only fjdcta a mouth Then He lets Noisy Mrs husband iyattuuch for show Ilo always dresses very quiotly Nrs You ought tt hear him sometimes when collar button rolls nndoi1 the JV1I llie iKoplc what you iini ihiongli lie coUunns of I lie Daily Advocate I dont Ned how yon breathe in liciL said lummy vho had ontired stufly I ddiil said tho editor biiof lljivcnt lime to breallia Detroit hnjo 1 IDSH Our congress congressman Mr Jlur is making himself hoard in introduced an uinondmont lo the Keibnrn ca mil bill in line with the platform demands of the two national catno froma family ccstors settled in New YorUdur in tho colonial porioil The reoinl cehdiration lius dcmonslraleii 1 Hal Buffalo iiayou ia naviablb for Llil his iiiDs font I Main slrffCl when his job jotj1 on a earn van drawn hV two ami jivoceodoiJ as P I ns the liotol wlHM Mine Host CiplHi JamH lor hml ionr of wiDia SH lie out of Hc carriage door Oh WHO wouldnt king Tlie finest thing in Uic land When you just happen to hold Three others iu your feather ifil His ar Llnnents were good and sound showed Ihe shrewdness of Mr liurgoss in analizing cx ircssions The amendment of joinsn was defeated but Mr Unrjrtiss scored his It nvmt be loBif before lie will bo us one of the leaders in tho national body I IIDIIOM 0 h iiicro IMJS SGilOOl HISG6llflll60US i WIIOL33SALE AND HKTAIL VIdoiM Texas Books The Daily Advocate ishcs all Uic news i U hope I will grow In be ninufecl lall aald little Tommy Why do you wisli to Oo so all dear naked iiia mother when I gel m a crewel 1 can sue wlnitia goinR on rcplisU Druggists and Booksellers Depository lor state adopted school books Wtiolesale and Rcidll Dealers in llesilons SifctvlitK i 50 in tlest coal oil gasolene and lubricating oils general patent medicine Depot fov Texas Coni iieteiicc accuracy and dispatch in Prescrip lion work at all limes Night hell at door Telephone No 212 Victoria and Ouero Texas
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