So I tried to take everyone's advise, I cleaned and lubed, kept it wet, bought different ammos and went back to the range with my Advocate 380. I had 3 Kimber 7 round magazine and 1 Sig 6 round mag.
HPR 100 gr, 50 rounds had 5 failures to load...bullets angled up missing the chamber. 4 of the failures were on the next to last round, but 3 of them were from 1 of the Kimber magazines.
Winchester 95 gr. 50 rounds had 3 failures to chamber, 2 with that same magazine. Never shot Winchester before so I was surprised by the shape of the bullet, flat top. At this point, I put that magazine back into my range bag and did not use it further.
Sig Elite Perf 100 gr, 50 rounds had 1 failure to chamber, so things are improving. Accuracy is good with the pistol.
Atlanta Ammo 100 gr, 50 rounds no failures at all.
So I think that magazine was a the main problem and secondly the ammo. At least with each ammo the failures declined. In my previous range report I was using Blazer Brass 95 grain along with the magazine that I think is a problem. So hopefully with keeping it well lubed, not using that mag, and going with the Atlanta Ammo 100 gr, I will be problem free my next time out, which might be tonight, tomorrow at the latest!
Thanks again for all the help in working out the kinks!