The Weekly Advocate. (Victoria, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 38, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 26, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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Catarrh is usually worse in Winter, because of the coM, <l;-.:np and
suddenly changing climate. Colds are contracted, and ne^lei t«l a::d as the
secretions from the different inflamed membranes are absor^.'d i til) the bloo J
the unpleasant symptoms of the disease commcn o. The nostrils ore
■topped up and a constant dropping of mucous back into the throat kecpa
up a continual hawking and spitting. The patient h;is dull headaches,
ringing noises in the ears, and often slight fever and a depressed, half-sick
fueling accompanies the disease. The blood becomes so iully charged with
catarrhal matter that stomach troubles are brought on, the kidneys and
bladder are affected, and if the blood is not purified of the poison the lungi
become diseased because of the constant passage of impure blood through
them. Catarrh cannot be cured with washes, sprays, inhalations and such
tre.itmer t; these cannot reach the poison-laden bljod where the real cause ia
located, and can only give temporary relief
and comfort. A disease which affects the
entire blood supply as does Catarrh, must
be treated with a blood purifier. S. S. S.
is the best remedy for Catarrh, which has
w ..-«.«1 . . grown to be a universal disease. It goes to
PURELY VEGETABLE the bottom of the trouble, rids the blood of
the catarrhal matter, reinvigorates the cir-
Mlatton, and cures this disgusting disease permanently. When S. S. S. has
purified the blood every part of the system receives a supply of fresh,
healthy blood ; then the inflamed membranes heal and every symptom ol
Catarrh passes away. Write for our book containing information about
Catarrh, and ask for any medical advice you desire. No charge is made fot
«ther. |Nf SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
A flitch in Dime saves nine.
Save many a *rick >spell
by giving Uhe child _
should keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, If she
wishes to save her children from serious sick spells. It eon-
tains absolutely nothing injurious, does not constipate. Good
for children ag well as adults.
A cough often leads to consumption and should be checked
A Household Necessity.
J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard's Hortfhound Syrup in my family for the past
few years, and find it far superior to any other couíí''
medicine we have tried. Every household should
supplied with this worthy remedy."
The Delight of Children.
CURES COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPINO
COUGH, SORE THROAT, BRONCHI-
TIS AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.
Ballard Snow Liniment Go.
500-502 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO., i$¡§
Sold and Recommended by
Happenings of a Lively Neighboring
Burroughsville, Jan. 16.— The
farmers of Burroughsville were
visited last night by Mr. Walton
who lectured at the school house,
after which a farmers' union
was organized to meet each
Hamp Weaver, Bro. Luther
and Mr Matchett of Crescent
Valley attended the lecture here
Dr. DeTar, of Victoria, is out
today at the bedside of Booker
Barber who is quite sick with
measles. Miss Bessie Thomas
and her grandfather have been
Mr and Mrs. Cheney are re-
joicing over the arrival of a
youug lady at their house.
We would welcome the arrival
of a good rain.
Mrs. Rogan and daughter
Mamie attended the lecture last
night. B. V. I.
IT'SJHE GOOD ONE
"KING m CATTLE RING"
A Western Melodrama in Five Acts by Hal Held
IN A SPECIAL BUILT TENT
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Bene-
fits a City Councilman at Kings-
ton Jama ca
Mr W O'Reilly Fogarty, who
is a member of City Council at
Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies,
writes as follows: ''One bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
bad good effect on a oough tha'
was giving me trouble and
think I should have been moi
quickly relieved if I had conti-
nued the remedy. That it was
beneficial and quick in relie
me there is no doubt and
my intentxonUo ob4"
bottle^' For \le
.o trial \
j caaes ha\
wno is Presiden
nated laftt fall f~ 6
Colorado by the Social
claim that he is being u
victim of the mine owr
cause of his great influe
the miners of the Pacific
From Tutsday Dally.
Trouble will double when wor-
Ed Pickering was a passenger
to El Cnaapo this morning.
Master Mechanio Verhelle was
a passenger to Cuero laat even-
Kind word9 are legal tender
where even gold coin is count-
Cephus Haynes and Mr and
Mrs W H Calloway returned to
Good nurss with experience to
look after ohild wanted. Apply
to Advooate office. tf
When a man does his best he
is pretty safe in depending upon
God t) do the rest.
Miss Leah Wertheiirer return-
ed yesterday from a visit to
friends in Houston.
We are right in it with plowa.
John Deere and Oliver Chilled
Plows. See FitzGerald.
We regret to note that Mrs.
Voight of the Colletto Creek has
been very low this week.
Miss Sophie Gillig, trained
nurse, went to Goliad yester-
day on professional business.
Buggies! Buggies 1! All sorts
on second floor. FitzGerald has
the stock and lowest prices.
A. F. Jecker, of Goliad, came
in this morning on business and
i^turaad home in the afternoon.
Joe^iltner, of San Antonio,
i *ew days with friends in
¡r and returned home last
Carr of Gomad oame over
\y to deliver a lot of
id returned home this
ed place on
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Sweet Little Willeen Iva Stevens Who
Died January, 13,1997.
0 loving parents, bowed low
beneath your grief so dire, so
keen; ah, who can sound your
depth of woe in losing Willeen
Iva, in losing did I say, ah, no,
for in heaven she can be seen.
Your darling babe has sped
away, to her heavenly home so
bright and joined the pure angel-
ic hosts that bask in God's srnile
of light; where the rose glow
beameth ever, and ne'er fall the
shadows of night. Her play-
mates are God's holy angels her
mother is heaven's own queen,
not a cloudlet to mar the fair
beauty of that lustrous, mystic
sheen that entrances the choirs
of angels with sweet joys that
but spirits can dream. Ah, yes,
your poor hearts are heavy with
grief and care and gloom; but
raise your eyes and peer beyond
the cold, white, silent tomb,
where God has placed your little
Willeen Iva, a sweet flower, in
his garden to bloom.
Gonzales papers please copy.
Chambcrlaiti's Cough Remedy a Sale
Medicine for Children.
In buying a cough medicine
for children, never be afraid to
buy Chamoerlain's Cough Rem
edy. There is no danger from it,
and relief is always sure to follow.
It is intended especially for
coughs, colds, croup and whoop-
ing cough, and there is no better
medicine in the world for these
diseases. It is not only a cer-
tain cure for croup, but, when
given as soon as the croupy
cough appears, will prevent the
attack. Whooping cough is not
dangerous when this remedy i3
given as directed. Tt contains
i no opium or other harmful
'-ugs, anfl nay be/g-ven as con-
as to an adult,
rxeaf^n Bros. *
SCENE IN ACT TWO.
A t ouston man talk
Reaa what Mr. D. Knodell, the
weil known rice buyer, says tf
Rabanete Liver Tablets (the sub-
stitute for calomel):
Myself, family and neighbors
all take Rabanete Liver Tablets,
and I believe they are pndoubtedj
ly the grandest medicine on
earth for torpid liver, biliousness,
constipation, kidney troubles and
malaria, and I recommend
them as such to every one. They
cured mj wife of chills and
fever, only three or four doses
being necessary, and she took no
other medicines but Rabanete.
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
16 ACTING PARTS=
| Dialect plays with characters
drawn true to life and desiring
with the lights and shadows of
rustic life, have within the past
few years found a very warm
place in the affections of theatre
goers. Hans Hansen, which
comes to the Opera House on
! Wednesday night, Jan 23, is this
popular class and furthermore,
How to Avoid P.eumonia. (she pillows her head on the base ^a9 '3een pronounced by compe-
You can avoiu pheumonia «a! of the Rocky Mountains, stretch- tent critic, fully up to every ao
other serious results from a cold !? out her ,eel ?\Gu!f 0Í oep,ed 10 pcet' 8"ua-
¡ Mexico, rests her right hand up- tion and personal. The scenes
¡on Old Mexico and leans her left are laid in a quiet little hamlet
elbow upon Louisiana- Verily and the characters introduced
she is an empire- can be instantly recognized as
Citar "up tlTe complexion, indigenous to nearly every
'cleanse the liver and tone the American Country Settlement.
! system. You can best do this The piece bristles with strong
by a dose or two of DeWitt's Lit- dramatic action interspersed
! o:e Early Risers. f?Efe reliable with plenty of clean, wholesome
little pills wi*h a reputation. Ihe comedy and has been the biggest
pills that everyone knows Re- kind of a hit ever since first pro-
commeded by all druggists. duced.
Calcium and Mechanical Effects Up-to-date Specialties—Correct Stage
Settings Elegant Costumes— Traveling in Two Pullman Cars.
ONE N1CHT ONLY. CURTAIN RISES AT 8: ~
v/m, MtKC NO MISTAKE BY ATTENDING THE EILZR SKCVVr
by t?k;ng Foley's Honey aid Tar
It stops the cough and <-xpe.s the i
cc Id fri-m the system as it is
mildly laxative. Refuse any but
the genuine in ihe velhw pack-
age. Sold by ail dru^gi?;*.
Mrs.lri. H. Massey and sister
Mrs. jWaters, who had been
guests of Mr. and M:s D. J.
Parker, left this morning for
At Hauschild's opera house
last night Faust was greeted fcy
a fair-sized audience. While
fair it was not up to former pre-
sentations of the same play.
C C Hanley, C F Bego and H
B Hanley of Fannin passed
through the city yesterday en
route to Cuero as state witness-
es in the Berry Wood murder
It is said that Opportunity
knocks but once at every man's
door. The trouble seems to be
that the man inside is so busy
"knocking" that he fails to-hear
Books donated to the Bronte
Library by B. S. Woodworth:
The Charlatans, Bert Taylor;
Half a Rogue, Harold McGrath.
Dunate by Miss Power: Depart-
mental Ditties, Kipling.
The main industry in East
Tpxas is peach cultur?. Hund-
reds of thousands of acres of
peach trees—principally the deli-
cious ElDerta—are so far ad-
vanced on account of the mild
Fannin, ty¡nter that nine chances out of
tkn the entire fruit crop of that
section will bo killed. The trees
are not yet in bluom but the
buds are swelling. The owners
expect to lose the entire crop by
a frost later.
'ds in the
This is to crrtify that all drug-
gists are authorized to refund
your money if Foley's Honey
and Tar fails to cure your cough
or cold. It stops the cough,
heals the lungs and prevents ser-
ious results from a cold. Cures
la grippe coughs and prevents
pneumonia and consumption.
Contains no opistes. The genu-
ine is in a yellow package. Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by all
We acknowledge a pleasant
call today from Peter Rogan, of
the Hood neighborhood. He was
accompanied by T M Walton, of
Cherokee county, who organized
farmers' unions at the Wright,
Burr and Hiischhauser settle-
ments this week. He will con-
tinue his good work at Fcrdtran,
Hudler, Spring Creek, Nursery
and Lower Mission Valley the
coming week. In the near future
Mr Walton intends to addrees
the people of Victoria in the in-
terest of a union to be compos-
ed. of the farmers who live in
the vicinity of the city.
Sight of Eye Destroyed by Disease-
Tried Five Doctors but Grew
Worse —In Agony Eight Months
— Parents Discouraged, Until
They Tried Cuticura Remedies
IN ONE WEEK ALL
"Our little girl, one year and a half
old, was taken with eczema or that was
what the doctor said it was. We called
in the family doctor and he gave some
tablets and said she would be all right
in a few days. The eczema grew worse
and we called in doctor No. 2. He
said she was teething, as soon as the
teeth were through she would be aU
right. But she still grew worse. Doo-
tor No. 3 said it was eczema. By thia
time she was uothing but a yellow,
greenish sore. Well, Fie said he could
help her, so we let him try it about
a week. One morning we discovered
a little yellow pimple on one of her
eyes. Of course we phoned for doctor
No. 3. He came over and looked her
over and said that he could not do any-
thing more for her, that we had (letter
take her to some eye specialist, since it
was an ulcer. So we went to Oswego
to doctor No. 4, and lie said the eye-
sight was gone, but that he could help it.
\Ve thought we would try doctor No. 5.
Well, that proved the same, only he
charged $10 more than doctor No. 4.
We were nearly discouraged. I saw
one of the Cuticura advertisements in
the paper and thought we would try
the Cuticura Treatment, so I went and
purchased a set of Cuticura Remedies,
which cost me $1, and in three days
our daughter, who had been sick about
eight months, showed great improve-
ment, and in one week all sores had dis-
appeared. Of course it could not re-
store the eyesight, but if we had used
Cuticura in time I am confident that
it would have saved the eye. We think
there is no remedy so good for any skin
trouble or impurity of the blood as
Cuticura. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott,
R. F. D. No. 9, Fulton, Oswego Co.,
N. Y., August 17, 1906."
Complete External nnd Internal Treatment for
Every Humor of Infants, Children, and Adult
consists of Cuticura Soap (25c.) to Cleanse the
Skin. Cuticura Ointment (SOe.) to Heal the Rkln,
and Cuticura Resolvent (50c.). (in the form of Choco-
late Coated Pills. 25c. per vial of 60) to Purify the
Blood. Sold throughout the world. Potter DniC
«►¡«wife stvssr Jinn*
Dr. Osear S. McMullen,
LEIBOLD'S D,RUG STORE
Dp. Wesley : A. Rape
EYE. EAR. NOSE ft THROAT
The Children's Favorite'
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
This remedy in famous for It* carea orar
a Urge part of th< civilized rorld. It asm
always bo dep*ndeu upon. It contains do
opium or other harmful drug and may ba
given as confidently to a baby as to an adolt
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 ?ti.
MB CURE TH« LUNGS I
wm Dr. King's
50c & $1.00
Guaranteed for all THBOAT and
LUNG TROUBLES, or HONET
Phone No. 118- rings.
'orner oí Main and Commercif
St. ao. lid.
■ RS. KATE LOWJB.
rl. A, Caksner, AasiBtant
Great is Texas—in size, re-
sources industries and wealth.
Her great diversity of climate
and soiis give a great variety of
products, in area*she is grand
To Cure a CoM in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMets.^
Seven Million boxes sold in post 12 months. This signature,
in Two Day .
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