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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 14 February 1908

£!)£ Dailn ^Utooatle. VICTORIA. TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 14v 1988. THE QUIXT BABY CURB BO Advertise In the Advocate and get business.. Get in the posh, and reach after customers. NO- 178 RACTORS HERE TO BUILD PT. O'CONNOR RY. I Vice President and General Manager W. I. Allen of the Port O'Connor, Rio Grande & Northern Railroad returned today from Chi- cago, where he entered into a con- tract Tuesday with a Construction Ce-mpany of titot city for the _of the /road. He was ae- fj Contractor J. H. , and Contract- A conference of the officials of the road and the contractors is now being held. President M. Goggan, of San Antonio, missed the train for Victoria this morn- ing atd will arrive this evening by p'ivate conveyance. Work will begin on the road within the next twenty days, the building material and machin- being on the way. It will TO ESTABLISH BIG TRUCK FARM DEAR VIC- TORIA. Henry Reynolds and F. S. Steele, of Illinois, and Henry Stevenson, of Michigan. Vave purchas...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 14 February 1908

i- __ <ftt ®aHy Advocate. ISSUED EVERY AFTERNOON. =L GEORGE H. FRENCH, PUBLISHER Subscription S5.00 Per Annum 80c Per Month, ADVERTISING RATES AILY—Dlaplays 10c per Inoh (lrat Inter' tlon, 8c per Inch per liaue thereafter. Tec per Inch per month. Readers, $1.00 per Inch per month Locals, 5c per line first Insertion; 8c per Une per Issue thereafter. * Black type 6c per line per Issue, ^ KEKLY—l>l«p)ay,0üc perlncb per month \*>c per Inch per issue. Headers, 75c per Inch per month. Locals, 5c per Une straight. liJack type 8c per line per Issue. üLAHHIFIED, for sale, lost, want and for rent notices, l-2c per word per Issue. No notice taken for less than 15c. When placed among locals, ads are charged local rates. Card of thanks, resolution!*, etc., over 10 Unes will be chaaged for at local rates. Re- solutions will be published free.for organi- zations running a standing card. Notices of benevolent, religious, literary and similar organizations, advertising on- tertalaments or f...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 14 February 1908

^KlnAToaBanAhimU., _ ase for over 80 rears, lua birae the signature of /TK v/>i „ hasboenmadennder his per- «mal supervision since Its Infancy. An n„„ _T™ ' Allow no one to deceive yon In this. . Owmteitolts. Imitations and " Jnst-as-good" are but xperlmeuts that trifle with and endanger the health of and Children—Experience against Kxperluient. 1 su—Experience What Í9* CASTORIA Oastoria is a harn/íess substituto for Castor Oil, Pare* * 1° . Drops and/ Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It « ot;iins neither Opium, Morphine nor other jNarcotio fii'tiHtance. Jts age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms >"(l allays Peverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind „ohc. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation uurt Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. cenuine CASTORIA alwavs Bears ¿he Signature of The Kind Yon Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TWC CCMTAWR OOMMHV, ...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 14 February 1908

I o MM— 5 M| y*ty ewM about sad gfvcs It a ran bath to ss*etea it. ■our it will taint the batter that is made fa it The stomach is a churn. In the stomach and digestiva and mtritb* tenets are performed pro- aaaacs which are almost exactly like the churning e# batter. Is it not apparent then that if this stomach-dram is iool it makes fad all which is pot into it ? The evil of s fool stomach is not slone the bad teste In the month and the font breath caused by it, bat the corruption at the para current of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes the sour and foal stnmsrh rffneti It does for the stomach what the washing and son bath do for the churn—absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element. In this way it cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swelling , sores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diarases arising from bad b!cod. To aid in healine old sores, or ulcer*, apply Dr. Pierce ■ All-Healin...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 31 May 1909

VOLUME 12 VICTORIA. TEXAS, MONDAY AFTEKKOON, MAT 31, 190 . HUMBBE53L «3. DEATH Of Mrs. T. D. Wood Occurred Saturday, and Has Cast a Gloom Over Entire Community. parish when it came to the inter- est of the chufch and schools, and requested all present on leaving the church to repeat a prayer for the repose of her sold. The choir softly sang "Nearer My God to Thee," that most beautiful of all hymns, as the body was being taken from the church, ami there was harilly a dry eye in the house. ■ ! The funeral was not only one of Funeral Took Piace Yesterday the saddest but one of the largest ' From St. Mary's Church, i attended in the history of Yieto- ¡ ria, the procession of carriages be- nearly a mile long. The ttoral | designs were among the most im- ! mt-rous and magnificent ever noted I here. The following served No death iu Victoria has caused j pallbearers: L. X. Hofer, T. M. j wider regret or more genuine sor-i O'Connor, Preston Austin. Jake® row than that of Mrs. T. U. Wood, i A...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 31 May 1909

í 700ATI: M0MDA7 AFTERNOON, MAY 31, 190 . SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For he—eHw, Cato, OH Some, Mtiff tints, Spielas, W. irisase JSLífiBB •alias, Tts«a. wrMnt— feaTH Three Sizes, 28c, 80c and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co., ST. LOUIS, MO. IM( SeW •"* *•«• - • DIESBACH'S PHARMACY 5-778 GREER UP-TO-DATE JEWELER & OPTICIAN! Repair Work Done Promptly The BEST Goodsat The CHEAPEST Prices. Eyes Tested Free.' JEWELER & OPTICIAN UP-TO DATE GREER! Kl ILLTHis COUGH and ¡íes _oughs (■■■■i iolmSS THPQAT AMD1UKC TROUBLES \9UARANTC£DSAT/SFACTQfíY OR MON£Y RgrUNDÉD. Now is The Tímelo Get Your Cement Work Done Cheap For Concrete Walks, Curbing, Steps, Porch Floors, Foundations, 8treet Crossings, Culverts or any other kind of Cement Work call or phone. C. J. WELCH Phone 205 118 South Main St. Victoria, Texas. J J. E, RYAN . SUCOK8SOK TO A. JATHO. UNDERTAKER COFFINS OF ALL KINDS. Store Phone 69. Res. Phone 327. Ill WEST 8ANTA SOSA ST. anil all points in the Northwest via TkslHt S4R . Unex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 31 May 1909

\ ra VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON', MAY 31,1909. PAOS THREE. t-jéi_^ The Kind Yoa Hayo Ahntj* Bought, and which baa been la me tor over 80 years, has home the signature of and has "been made nnder hi per (jTm sonal supervision since Its inflincy. •Jf* "* Allow no one to deceive you inthis. All Counterfeit*. Imitation* and " Just>as-good"are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health mt Infant and Children—Experience against Experiment What la CÁSTORIA . «*■ t *• CMtorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine "taor other Kareotla substance. Its age Is Its guarantee, it destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, girfttg healthy and natural sleep, . The Children's Panacea—1The Mother's Friend, CCNUiNS CASTORIA...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 31 May 1909

PAOS FOTO. TH* VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY ATTERNOON, HAY 31, 190*. A N03LE RECORD Of many hundreds of thousands of cures forms a well sustained basis for , every claim put forth by the makers of Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY a* a remedy for many of the troublesome affections which afflict ' mankind; yet it is not extolled as a "cure-all" by any means. No extravagant promises are flaunted before the public to arouse false hopes in the afflicted. Yoúr neighbors probably know of some of its many cures; ask them. Through atren&henlnf and arouainj the atomach, liver and bowel'm into vl^oroua action, dJjjeation ia promoted, whereby the Mood ie enriched and purified, diaeaae-produeInú bac- teria deatroyed and expelled front the body, and thua a !on& Hat of akin, acrotuloua and kindred affeetlona are overcome and aound, vi&oroua health eatabllahed. ^ The "Discovery" contains no alcohol and no habit-forming drugs, and has its every ingredient printed on its wrappers....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 7 March 1919

1 A. Ellis OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN L — Gnadinfl. e Uftilji 3fcitoocat& VICTORIA, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAIt£H 7, 1919 Phone 700 For SERVICE GAR NUMBER r« ALLIED MILITARY TERMS WILL BE VERY DRASTIC - 1 * — ■ —— i .EAGUE HNO;Democral Running On League of Nations Platform Defeats EME TRiÁTY Opp°nent In Strong Republican Distriét In Pennsylvania NSEPARABLE :REMGH IDEA B> li*. ira Pun PARIS, Mar. 7.—The final mil- itary terms to be included in the preliminary peace treaty with Germany probably will be more drastic than even those suggest- ed by the Supreme War Council, Captain Tardieu, the French high commissioner, the American dele- gates and a French delegate to the Peace Conference told the United Press today. All the terms of the prelimin- ary peace are complete except the mi!it?:y terms and they have not been completed bcause "it seems to be the unanimous desire of all the delegates to make the military terms more stringent than even the ones suggested by the Su- preme Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 7 March 1919

THE VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 191 The Dally Advocate MTABLUHBD INI •Mae IN S. William* at FhCM U ■■O. ■. FHBWCH, PabUstar COPOLO MORRIS. Copy for display oovameiag rdMk a. b. of tka day on which It la I M maw-led. m pa* mat tatar yehpk I tka iter to be afteraooo oa tka day ooaa aad make an obecks, draftr and laaáaf arderá, payable to the Victoria aad articlea tar pablta- ¡ ta Mltor, Victoria Advocate. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC V amwauaa reflection «poo tba r, af—j or repatation at , Una or eorpotatloa which tho colana oC tho Tie- D||l, Advócala «10 bo lUO; torio |j| lMB.it ^ota< broaght to tao sttea- * " " US MAKE YOUR SPRING SUIT NOW OUR SPRING STOCK IS COMPLETE M LERNFR. - THE TAILOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION APRIL 5 District and county school trastee election will be held on Saturday, April 5. The trustees of the Victoria Inde- pendent District whose tenas ex- pire this year are: L A. Heath, R. I Daniel, W. H. Smith aad Flask Zir- Jacks. The other atembara at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 7 March 1919

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 1#1# THE VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE Electra-4 Theatre Quality Picture for Quality People TONIGHT ~ Billie Rhodes, the photograph of a pretty girl, A-La "Sep tember Morn," Provides one of the dramatic Ugh lights of "The Girl of My Dreams," 5act happy drama with comedy touches; also Billie Rhodes' one reel comedy. A big bunch of joy for 10 and 15 cents. TOMORROW MATINEE AND NIGHT Rosemarie Thebe in "Love's Pay Day," 5 acts. A story of New Fotmdland. Interesting photography and stirring episodes are found in this feature; also 2 act Keystone comedy. Music by four piece orchestra. 6,10 and 5 cents When You Order ® ' Flour State Pioneer ÍTEXAS Pioneer hmsffisgawa SAN ANTONIO, TEX- PIONEER or White Wing. Sold in Victoria fifty year*. Unexcelled for cake bak- ing, finest biscuits, roles, and pastry. Delicious flavor and rich, creamy whife color. Pioneer and White Wing guaranteed, not bleached by any chemical or whittened by any unnat- uaral pro ceas. ' HANDLED BY TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Advocate — 7 March 1919

The Da «im m a. t THE VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 1 #1 / - ¿WOUMCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY .HE VICTORIA OIL & GAS COMPANY Now Organizing' Will For The Next Few Days Offer The Public A Limited Amount Of Its Stock At ONE:DOLLAR PER SHARE, Non-Assessable This company is being organized at home by home people for home development. All citizens who are able should support this enterprise, not only for the personal profit its success will mean to them but for the upbuilding of their home town. The price of the stock is so low that everyone from bootblack to bank- er can invest in it and if the project is a failure no one will lose much. THE RIO VISTA ADDITION Pronounced by oil experts and geologists to be the most promising oil and gas field in this section, is the property selected by the company for development. It is practically within the city and less than a hundred yards from where the city struck a big flow of petroleum gas in one of its artesian wells. With the city ...

Publication Title: Daily Advocate, The
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