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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 August 1884

J*— y í ■ S" bOOAL DOTS. Louis <lt llauque. Croquet eeti at Lrlhold'a. HaU «( a Mtirllu! *t Miiis Weaver'*. IrhMl Traten. I Xt the xhont election in this prrHnet last Satarday, Messrs. Thomas Fleming, tliiiitlan Zlrjtelt and Richard Dwens *'er* elected tnmUfE for the ensuing Rmdtw; of (tdM J«w«lrr, FEkMUL MENTIOS . A Merman J. C. Heaton. Mdn many Ooaaip sbo<)r Pfopir, with IImu of in- other line qualification , h« lately ile- ' tM"~t ln VK"U"'" **"1 V,c"Mr- velnped into a first-class detective, and' did a neat piece of work in that Hue this A Card. Tp tht Editor of the dctoria Jjtoent*: Victoria, August 8, 1S8I.—In thej name ai:d in belutlf of the Victoria Ca- ¡ Leihold's lemou syrup la entirely ne v process Go and examine fine photographs. iflLx their si«i...tares. it. pa • ao attention to g¡llo Soclelv.l Ix it to state that the char- Anuouyiuou* "t tuiti«iaieaii«>n . and w *ile we uo / " , , . . | jMun tur new BciMMii ia\\ ineto * ix*, u) hiaiiu .nr. •#. j « im nir- ni>...

Publication Title: Victoria Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 13 April 1889

JO DEPAHTMENT. Our f iclUtlei lor JOB WORK Am wnf|)im< iB West Texas. ** *••«/ ""I Promptly Executed a UvU ItiH. v. ICmo Soiiaut. / £. IiAltTO If, Editor and!, /Vo/>. THE DEVOTED ÍÓ THE A&BICVLTÜBAL AND ¿/TOCÉ RAIS ING TÑTEBESTS Of SOÜ1HWESTERN TEXAS. - VICTORIA. TEXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 1371889. NO. 3. VOL. XLIII. (RUI'LEY BUILDING^ MAIS STREET. VICTORIA, TEXAS. XD^TTO-O-ISi:. DRUGS. All the Standard Dings, pure Mild fresh. All the leading Patent or proprietory medicines. it. In the hands of an ac- complished presenptiomst, and open day and night. The ArtSnpply Departuit. Contains everything re- quired by the art teachers. Canvass stretched, and of all sizes. Plaques' Mill Board, Wood Panels. All the standard paintsj brush- es and easels. THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT. H. J. HUCK & CO* VICTORIA ANDIGUKRri. —Denier In— mi, YELLOW PI mm CYPRESS LUUBEB, Shingles and Plastering Laths Sash, OoorSi'Blinds and Mouldings. Agricnltural imDlenienss, Wagons aiifl CARRIAGES, DABBED WIR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 13 April 1889

?7 %utorin ¿Ldvonite. TIIE LOl'AL JtEURO PROBLEM. JOHN L. BAHTOW, Propnutor RATUBDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. Victoria glittery now. We must Imve electric tight- We ncc<l electric lights in <xir bus- iness. Th* trnric of Vietorin is proving better cnch tiny. Victoria will soon be wilMn an hour's run of Goliad. Sam Jones wns too bitfer a pill for them over ni San Antonio. Th* newspapers inade tb« senate, and Uiey may yet nninako it. ■■ 1 ■ Not all the exalted' purity of the United States is buried in the senate. Tm farmers aro busy in their fields, always a good sign of coming prosperity. John Wannnmakcr is rfoTrloping. Shouldn't wonder if ho stood next to Blaine ere long. Br. Frank Fanning, the wonderful magnetic healer, is one of the won- def* mi the age. m •* •# ■ The vegetable gardens of Victoria claim attention now. They aro •uporb- -us Une as wo ever saw. Halstkad can stand it. The sen- ate cannot. That body ot reverends have not heard the last of this tiling yet. Mrs. Henry C. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 13 April 1889

%'fa1oriu ^dxocnie. UATtttU , Ai'liiL 1U. localdqts. Sea Dr. Fannin . Go to Decgan's for four Easter cards. Tlio automatic trip cultivator at Srrat- ion 6 fc'ru's. nicli80-tl See nntliw of Mr. A. Klein in proper oliimu this week. tf. All kinds of artists' supplies on hand at W. M. O rant'*. feb2 Finest Iht of Easter curils In the city, HtJno. L. tJeognn'*. npil3-2t • Those suffering from netiitilgla should ee Dr. Fanning at the Mull hotel Tainta, oll«, varnishes, tint anil puttv /way on baud at Will Giaui**. icb2 Hitter will wait on families with fresh bread, caked and all good in hU line. Artist'* canvass stretched any slie at ftb2 W. M. Grant's. "Creme do la Crome Whiskey, A. Goldman, sole intent, Victoria, Texas. Mr. Will Grant's stock of drugs is res! and pure. Price* as low as the owest. í«b2 Mr . C. M< Gulie, dressmaking aiul tnilliacrvi opposite Casino, on Santa Kota street. Let Victoria givo our bravo lire de- partment a rotiscr on the 2Jth lust., at the Casino Hall. nprl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 13 April 1889

m «>. « . <* * / | Have .1 pace at tlio (treat tute hovr, fclft \UWtUl ^ftOt'0tiU£ well filled wltli her product*. The TAJX SALE. UTOKBil APRIL It, 168 . •KUIXU ABUtT TOWN. We vtonlil f>ii|cgpi>t to our county com . farmer • Alliance, it would Mein. sliotikl llavinjc, l y virtue of the tax roll* of Victoria county, Texas, f«r (lift year 1888, | take hold oj the matter. filed hi my ufllce on the 14th day of August, 1888, by the ilouortiMe Coiuinlsaioii- ■ Several «tockiiieu have been burning *" ' Court of «aid County. thU day levied upon the following de<i-rtbod property. to tat My the several films of taxes dun thereon (with costs of levy, advertisement I. a* hereinafter ... the amounts of ; vantage*, among which are the ile.irue- tuxei and costs following consecutively, tó-wit: .. . ..... . . g i . _ to *:iti«iy tne several milis oi taxes <iuo tiiereon (witn costs ol lew, ¡ •t i l - pastures of lute. >mj #M|ej |,y the respective owner or owners thereof aud yut ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 31 October 1891

:: A?r+ mE -i -,• ■ 0m mmm Ot the City and Court# of tb Court •< th Anlajuo. HUrEK, I'roprietsr Devoted to the Agricultural and Raiding; Interests •' £outhwpat Texas Kl'liSOKIl*I'lOM, 01 50 l'Elt A\MJM'> ■nn.Oaily. and auo VOL. XLV.. VICTORIA. TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1891. PROfESSIONAL. THE OLD RELIABLE. ESTABLISH!. w&m v; ¡fit. rJ3 Have Just Received our SLLL Z 3 o 2 3 ? r s LL ASB WIHUB ST0€I, And offer Great Inducements in ross j^oodsf ^loihing^ @s8i CALL AND SEE US Victoria county will furnish homes i (or many industrious farmers during the next two years. Richland and cheap land is what the farmers want. * * at' * H * Let The Advocate JobOflfice do your work. The Southwest Texas Insane Asylum at Austin will be opened for business on the 1st of December. The opening of that institution will no donbt be hailed with delight by many towns in this portion of Texas, as with the present facilities it is almost impossible to get accommodations in the two old asy- lum?. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 31 October 1891

iixing v ici of the <loal with the l* m Kail way Company in not con- •xas alone. Prominent Journ- ur the nnion arc commenting „reat enterprise. Mr. Ike V/ert- ¿r, who in in New York, lia placed >e Advoca+u under obligations for a ■sopy of the New York Doily World con' ttitling the following notice: The contract with the Pan-Americm Railwayior the construction of a broad' gutgo lino from Victoria, Tex., to Brownsville. Te*., has been signed Cormas<•' - '■'•«♦h.eonie road north of the iOHjTOdo liiver otner th.-uitlie Southern .'aoific in guaranteed in ciHteen months. General Manager Davis hin^ordem from President Towle, of Boston, *to be i«rq- jiared to begin work at once. BALL. mmrvi in.iia. AT LOWEST POSSIBLE SATES, FILLED ONLY BY THE PROPRIE THIS AND THAT. ball given nt the Casino last complimentary to Misses Agnes ,ina Welder, by «heir Victoria , wW another one of those hril- locial events for which Victoria mc noted. At least 125 pronii- aoclety people were out. The rrai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 31 October 1891

(e prtorin ^ Jdiocute. CAIm dots. SS! III)AY, OCTOBEK «1, 1801. ih arr Am covxmr ~tíam <n our new ''ads." —H. A. Gardner the grocer. —That brick hotel is needed. Bead our railroad column. —See the jury list In thin issue. —Choice canned goods at A. l.ngu.s'. —How the subscribers do "roll in 1" —Window «lass any sixe, at ileaton's. —See the Wheeler Brick Company'* "ad." —Mr. Ed. Jordan is in Cuero on busi- ness. —Now Ohio Irish potatoes at John D. Bneigr's. —The Victoria boys know how to get op a ball. —Note the chango in Kinsell & Mar- vin' "ad." —All kinds of «owing machines nt Beaton's. —Ur. Emil Jecker wont to Goliad yesterday. —Mr. Ed. Toups was in from Refugio yesterday. —Cut out the jury-list and keep it for reference. —Mr. Charlie Fox was in from Boe- ville Tuesday. —Mr. J. O. Williamson left for Eaglo Pass yesterday. —Fresh currant jelly at H. C. Gra- mann's. —No services at the Episcopal church to-morrow. —Miss Lillio Noble returned to Eagle Pass Tuesday. —A. 8. Thur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 31 October 1891

¿; '••'««m ii|> In .. j«t« m l>\ "" malar! rn rl « il ' rfjful tran/l IrrojriiNr. r '"rins ir* kiiitwn •• Infrr- ""illiwl *hi|U mol fi*r«*r, fe- í "nil r**inItti'iit («r billon- Inirrmltirnt fever (<|so 'I iijrii /, which produces towoil by * high f« v- of («no, two or IhrM- rtil« well known I t'J th« **r •i'iIsrM ||M*H 1 irII ller «rttlrr . M wiMir rv"iy d#y litd [jnntn *■ hill «mi lever •« cilW qnnliilUn ''V'-rr <>tl r tiny, torthn agite; «n<l T llilril ilny, rjttm.r «filo. T' ' • tin* ¡nliTVHl tlib c*ill|. -• dífflfiilt of It l«; bruce tli* g F I* iho nin't nhulinlp, 1 nt ft-ver tli*r« l« h (ll-tliirt ( c|| by , <lf>tla<*t fi-Vfr, <li - ne smge, Mini nfrcrnrnril un / completa rtmillnii of till leaving on* ««einlngly pcr- ■ft, rpgiilur vnrlctler ar«, first, (lnnjh which l« niemit tli«t nb'fiii'e of f attack beginning with he- l- . . I TP', fnlltlWB'l hv «wstlng nml perfect Intermisión. There he. neither fever or w"ntlnjr stage, . only a rli!ll, foilow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 10 August 1901

First, Viotobia amo VicreiUA Countv ; Bboond. (iouthwicht Texas In Uknkh \ ¡ FRENCH A JECKER, PUBLISHERS. SUBSCRIPTION 01.00 PER ANNUM VIOTOBIA, TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 10. 1901. VOLUME LV. NUMBER 9. ID ikikiikk ,L UblUmAAUHAAAAAAAAAAiiAi r yp f>to©K ig Is! etc. r Borderings and Ceiling Papers, Complete and Up-to-Date matched designs ot the most popular colors, tints and shades. We do not sell by sample book, but from a stock of Three Thousand Rolls. Our prices cannot fail to be satisfactory and we have some fine patterns at pop- ular low prices. Call and See Our Stock. —• Respectfully, EATON BROS. VICTORIA, TEXAS. . r. THROUGH A BRIDGE. Southern Pacific Wreck near Sabine Pass. COMPLETELY UNDER WATER Thirty Persons Aboard and AH Escaj ed Without 11'jury Kxcept the i i email and T * C. Siribblmg Sabine, Texas, Aug. 8 —The south bound Southern Pacific passenger train fell through the bridge on Keith Lake gully, 7 miles north of here, at 11.80 this forenoon, there being about 30 per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 10 August 1901

Victoria Advocate PRBNCH « JBCKBR, raUlibwi. 65 th YZAB OT PUBLICATION. Subscription • per Annum. ntered In the Poutollice at Victoria, Texav, uk second-class mail matter. 8ATUBBAY. AUGUST 10. 1901. I ! "Hucha thing art ¡i particular ■ Bcatim loi ;! _> k I mi <:! \ «•;_;« ¡lihlip. lit till i- principal iii.ukftN in at litis Til ¡ time pi.H lically iiukfi.uMi, uid it In 'is :ovv p Otis i III ti to draw ii|miii 11 !• i tli. different scctioini <>i the f will abandon mine Fire in a Coal Mine Gets Be- yond All Control. New York, N. Y., Aug. 5.—The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Coal company will pro- bably have to abandon its Jersey mine at Plymouth to the fierce fire which has raged in it for months, says the Wilksbarre, Pa., correspondent of the World. The loss will be several hun- dred thousand dollars. Although skillful fighters have endeavored to stop the spread of fire, they have been driven back. They are now compelled to work from the outside and are doing little g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 10 August 1901

kSu- JV m M i Tr olley Coach, Crowded With Passengers, 4s Wrecked. FOURTEEN PERSONS HURT. Four ÜI The Ii.j trcil Will L)ie—Accident Was Caused Ly An Open Switch Springfield, Ohio, Aiij , 2. — Tin- I) S ¡ni.I U. lrol cy car seTTctí- ii cd to iirrive in iii 8 city (rom Il¡i\ ton ¡il U:'iO ii'rln.ik, ciiicil inhfti coiil t ai which H>on<l oil an l>| I II hUilell ill",If Dill llr'llMVil lc ihis i «i i iiii> .iii-I ¡is .i i «su!: lour- t. en |>i-isour, a-e i>tng in the Mit- ch. I-III iii.is iiip.sjvi.il seriously i int. P'our arc lieijr ncd lo he ¡i \ i► g aiul m in.v others. « hi'Sij names could not he learnt d, \v ni to their hollies Witn I ■•jure HARD FIGHT CAPTURED BY IN VENEZUELA Twelve Hundred Men Lost in an Engagement. Caracas, Venezuela, August 4 —The Venezuelan government announces that a force of inva- ders under General Kangel Gar- diras. including 22 battalions of oí the Colombian army, was re- pulsed by the government troops and compelled to fall back acros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 10 August 1901

Victoria Admate mbnch * jkkbr, riUlilun. - III 55th YIAB 07 FUI LIGATION. Rublertption • per Anuuiu. ntared tn (he Postoütce M Victoria, «econdclas* mtll matter. -SATURDAY. AUGUST 10. 1901. From Saturday'* Daily: t J. T. Li m bough went to Goliad. J. F. Meyer left for the west. Mr. Bradley came in from the east. C\ Brown came in from the east. Francis Mahon returned home today. J; D. Mathews came in from the east. J. S, Lovelace of Dallas left for Cuero.. A..J. Ganucheau left for Cuero today. W. A. Harper left today fot Nursery. Joe Pickering1 left for Edna this morning. S. M. Bailey was a passenger from Goliad today. Chas. Martin came in from Beeville this morning.. Jim Carroll returned home from New York today. R. L. Groce arrived in the city this morning from the west. Rev. G. J. Hendricks went to Inez to hold services tomorrow, Miss Ethel Brownson return- ed home from Lavaca this morn- ing. Aug. Turner passed through the city from Lavaca enroute east today. Lee Swift came in fro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 10 August 1901

SUNSET IROUTEI Tbe New York, Tnu and riexican. Gulf. West Texas and Pacific. QUICK TIME CLOSE CONNECTIONS via Houston & T. C. or New Orleans, for all points Kast and West. Excursion rates all the year round to Mexico and California. To secure lowest rates, quickest time, aad moat satisfactory service, rou te vour freight: Prom Eastern State , via Morgan Lines; from eatl uf tnc Mississippi ,ria Now Orleans and sunset Route; from weit of tbe Miiii- sippl.care H. A r. C. and Sunset route. For further information relative to freight, tickets, ci. call on or address T.L. PAGE, W.J. CRAIO. Local Ticket Ag.ut, O. P. and F A J. S. BECKHAM, íyocal ¡«Veight Agent. i t<r the finance committee as follows:! Howard, which invitation was • duly accepted by a vote of the council. The following bills were read and ordered paid: general fund. Refugio Escobeda t 3 00 John Nabinger 10 60 Geo. H. Heck 2 35 Bailey Mills Co > fi 75 V. L. P. & I. Co 194 70 I .... 50 .... 7 00 .... 40 KKLHAÜLE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 10 August 1901

W9m 1 -*r - ir ; r -un Him*'" r *"r* •M Victoria Advocate M1NCH « JBCKBRí Publisher*. 1 W. R. Scurry Camp U. C.V. . At the regular meeting of the Camp August 2nd. the fol- lowing proceedings were had: The annual report of the adju- tant was received and referred to finance committee for examin- ation; ordered that tli^treasurer hand his report to the finance committee for the same purpose, On motion the ensign was giv- en further time to report. Ordered that the adjutant re turn thanks of the camp to the ladies of W. P. Rodger's Chapter U. D. C. for the honor and favors extended the members of the camp at the picnic given by them in honor of the birthday of Jefferson Davis. Ordered that the adjutant make out roster of camp and send same to Brigadier General P. A. Nass of the 2nd brigade, San Antonio, Texas, and draw on treasurer for the necéssary per capita dues to be paid to entitle this camp to representation in the state reunions of the U. C. V, Comrades-C. H. French, C. A. Borne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 January 1902

V M FRENCH é JKCKEB/PVBltS VOLUME LV. it I Borderings and Celling' P «. iV •• v , Complete and Up-to-Date macliec' designs ot the most popular colors, tinjjs ax. shades. We do not sell .by Thrnn sample book, but 1 III CC from a stock of — TiusaÉ Rolls. . . • p.. «•>1 |Tr ' • . . Our prices cannot fail to li ' satisfactory. and we have some fine pa|ipns at'pop-- nlar low 'prices. t Call and See. Our **' Respectfull HEÜT9N1R0S. • VICTORIA, TEXAS VmrORIA AJID vlctolua Coi stv ! ■ SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER AS SUM RIA, TEXAB. SAT NUMBER S3. hia retu the y Mcttor prosee the kid 0. H. HEflTON, Cuero, Texas. L. D. HEATON, Victoria, Texas. g f&" I School, Miscellaneous and Blank Books, I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. in a ,accord ibnne, it rally hane oc- A. through t. pie cars fa hen a man •the platform, is lee les and <8 «sJ INDICATIONS OF PROSPERITY. PSjlP''.v. ■ |% The Or^nhatlon of New Enterprises in % ;fexas is Breaking the Record. stin, Tex., Jan 22.—If the er of new business córpo i or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 January 1902

M. "♦* ¿i* •• •> Victoria Advocate prbn&á & jbcrbr.i Pub ' «r . LOCAL AND PERSjyifcLf^ * jH^cJiaB' % i ■ *t&e rj5>> Tuesday'* Bally.' I **<s- 55th TBAÜ OP PUBLICATION . Subscription • per Annum W. J. McNamara went e; aiming. J >hu ntered in the Postoffioe at Victoria. «ecoiul-clasá mail matier. Other' ü*o uet oí Lavuea 0 'ven a 1 ; the city today" ^ T\ dance by*his f"enda ! F, A.'Welder went u/* Beevili<#a honor of his I , . " Mr. Verh« i this afternoon. s¡x „ i U-and thijt pros - cU? - SATURDAY. JANUAEY 25. 1902. Victoria may get the Pan Ame- rican Railroad, if proper induce- ment is offered. The reunion of Green's Bri- gade will be held at Waco, on February 21, and 22-. Victoria is open} for proposi- tions for the establishment of- factories and mills. Who will make the first offer. A meeting was held in Austin the other day for the purposoof rebuilding the big dam, which was swept away April 7, 1900. The committee will meet tonight and perfect an org...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 January 1902

J& t * V H\ . - { A ¿4 • ' *?&*r * I / ... , < fÜr Victoria ^ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. WW, PRBNCH & JBCKBR,! Pnbltohera. 5Sth"*BAB OP PUBLICATION 8ul>>ertptlon • per Annum ♦ _ ^ • "ítiL- . - ~-i lítele 1 In the PostoTios at Victoria, Texa', «a ■ *ccon<l-cl n mall iratter. 8ATUREAJ. JANUARY 25. 1902. Irrigation la Texas. The importance of a regular and adequate supply of ihoisturé to all .agriculturál products in- tended for market, ha# in late year* led to the institution of ex pensive irrigation projects and plan1 in Colorado and California, particularly in the latter state, where it has made possible the conversion of arid territory into wonderful and prolific sources of wealth, as exemplitied in the magnificent fruit and vegetable farms and vineyards of the '• Gol- den State." Only recently has Texas attempted to apply irriga- tion to agriculture, and the inno- vation is largely due, if not alto- gether so, to the recent cultiva- tion of rice and the building o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 January 1902

y i n •f Dyspepsia Cu «v x ■ { V '..The stomach controls the man. It governs him bothpbyaically and mentally. .The man 1 Just what hi#stomach makes him. VVIwn the stomach la right, the'man is all rights he feela good,he 1a happy, he is cheerful, the world to him ia'all sunshine. • . When the atomach la wrojig the man. is all wrong. He la out of sorts, he is nervous, he la Irritable, he la gloomy and despondent, he la'tcranky'*. His geheral disposition*Is such that nobody wants to have anything to do with him. , The stomach' lrtlje organ on wblcji the whole human system must depend Mr sub ajstence and existence. If the stomach, ' nula, then what la to bectfme of the rest <>r the body? Where doea the force of lHe coinefrom? Doesn't it come largely from the food? You know that if you stopeating, yor will die. But the mere eating of food do not give life. Food c&n no more give Ufe wi oat digestion than coal can give heat wi - out combustion. It Is not what we éat t> what we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 January 1902

• .. *-• fSPAND C Oí Choice Wl RANCF SALE 55 In order'to make room for our immense atoe) Reí 100 Pc. good quality' calico,- 10 yards for 35c. • 60 Pc. good- quality cotton checks, 10 yards for 40'Pc. unbleached domestic, 10 yards for 25c. . 30 Pc. unbleached domestic reí guiar 5c grade, 10 yards for 35c 40 Pc. bleached domestic, 10 yards for 35c. 30 Pc. better grade worth 5c, 10 yards for 40c. 60 Pc. Zodiac Lonsdale finish domestic price 7c, 10 yards for 50 c. 40 Pc. Lonsdale Forget-me-not regular price 8^c, 10 yards for . 65c. • 20 Pc. green Tichet Lonsdale i domestic it costs you anywhere |10cat7c. 5,Pc. unbleached sheeting 10-4 regular price 20c at 12¿. 3' Pc. Bleached sheeting 10-4 regblar price 20c at 12£c. 4 Pc. unbleached.Pepperell 9-4 j sheeting price 20c at 13|c. . 5 Pc. tmbleached Pepperell J 10-4 sheeting price 25c at 19c. corsets, short waist and erect form, during this sale fit 79c. * r 11 Lot 82, 61, 757, 132, 340, 325, 140 and 900, these are all the new styles such as...

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