You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Advocate (Newspaper) - June 13, 1929, Victoria, Texas While Gold Not only lie latest but comfortable strong and stylish They nre wearing hem now DR JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTO FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND OTUR Easy Phone 159 Gco II French Publisher FIRST VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY SECOND IN GENERAL Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 13 1929 NUMBER 288 Timely Topics THERE WAS never yet a truly mull Hint was not ul truly THE MOST tiling one meeU in a days a mile speed limit you ever try drive a car miles an you ever seen anyone ii cur twelve miles an It lias gotten so even the chickens cross tlic road move faster limn If they MAKING FRIENDS is all am bu them is science THOSE WHO really know til most arc usually those to kuow the least IF NOBODY says against you there probably isu very to say fnr you THE UNITED STATES Cll dren's calls attention Hie tact that only fix stales spe regulate the employment children in work ai administration of sn regulations present very serio difficulties Thu Advocate realizes that wo can lio done liy children wit ho liny detrimental effect At I same time those who arc c 1 in the social vein remember that abuses isl in this field well as in anil other industrial under- takings What a whale of difference just a few idlers make THE RIPPING lime that comes wild hitches is usually ed up with stitches IF YOU VALUE your home ties do no walk the railroad ties MERCHANT Minister Is State Chaplain i I Am 70 retired merchant j city at the DeTar M at o'clock this morning ter an illness of weeks j Mr Ara was born at 15 1859 and came to ils country M years ago lie rined a number of years In Caldwell Counties Amount Of New Marriage Fees Commencement Time ml was engaged the lie business at San Con- ales Alice Tivoli Victoria iring from active pursuits about years ago Surviving three sons and six Frank and Louis Ara Mrs Merie Mrs Max and Misses Alma and Elizabeth Ara ot Victoria Jos Ara ir Mrs Frank Of Local Department of Gonzales and Sirs Jos tn of Atlantic Cily Mr An t0 Charles II also leaves one brother Ara of Angeles Ills wile died I on April I last The funeral will be from the residence al South Main Street TEAMS LOSE tomorrow o'clock i Services will be held at St Mary's and burial will he made ia the Catholic Cemetery bert Shiel conduct the riles Winnings Made by City in Convention Racing Events MRS FLORENCE KAHN from California who was one of the judges in the Hearst temperance program con- lost after testifying to the efforts made by the committee to mine winner fairly and attention lo an inter- esting exhibition on the part of some of the The winners were selected by number without any knowledge on tbe of the us lo identity In tiKt din plans submitted lor final judgment were on in order t prevent identification Mrs Kahn says however that re- ceived a number of loiters from contestants who sure that their plan was the best she was old lo identify tile plans bv crosses or stars in corner of oilier maiKs In her case letters were so humorous that she Iiol up a form letter advising all the contest would be fairly conducted Other judges relate a similar experience THRILLING Nobody in toria has ever killed overwork The Victoria won none of the state races at Galveston this afternoon cording nn received by First Assistant Chief E G Schier from Chief V Fritz Tile Advocate received a tel giam from this noon signed by chief V S ot the Victoria thai Kev f C chaplain 01 local had been overwhelmingly elected chaplain of 1 the State Association Herman Hillmann 77 for over its annual con- veal's a resident of Victoria the Island City today County died borne al Wednesday afternoon at ll as a closing o'clock feature of the convention but al a Mr was bora in rado Comity 25 of the Ibe son of and Annie Meyer one team The pallbearers will be Ernst Dick Tims Louis Sam and ler Gentry j 77 LAID TO REST AT TODAY GI Damaged When It But American Pilots Unhurt THEIR SECOND Frenchmen Make in Flight to Native Land OL Not Familiar With Terms oi Health Certificates Re- quired of Them CLERK'S NEW FEE Victoria Physician Explains Why New Law May Be of Little Worth JOKES ON VICTORIANS j Hillmann natives oi Germany ilt ltle ceased lie spent his early at Fayette rule races two in the The reel races m- and was a retired and farmer of this county The decedent is by his wife Mrs Amelia one fa son anil two daughters Clias H- men's and paris rule races for Connor Cup Folger the Victoria honored by the state organization is the and Mrs V II Scherrer of and Mrs A and popular ot First English Lutheran Church Hi IN THE LONG run a man gets ai life what hc puts in but that docs not explain the JUST BECAUSE has a labor is no s that the politicians will work ken of Poth Tex two brothers in Five Fritz of Alice and Department work and in of Tex and Activities serving unlit three sisters Mrs Caroline Mm Dora of club SdtulenhnrK and Mrs Jos Hippie Kan He also leaves seven grandchildren and two great The body was conveyed by the Undertaking Com- where the was held al two o'clock afternoon under the auspices of Kaiser Frederick Lodge Order of Hermann Sons of Freyburg which Mr was one of members MUSSOLINI Nearly the entire Porl Cily Government visited Victoria as Cily Manager Frank A City Marshal A Mailer Cily Tax Assessor Frank A Cily Tax Collector Frank A City Treasurer Frank A Cily Secretary Frank A Bauer Cily Superintendent uf Works Frank A Hauer adjourn their al a or remove their place Df worship to sumc less civilized locality i The amount of the marriage under new Texas law all de- pends upon what the charge Mid may be even er or considerably less Hum the sum calculated by tive Sam Gates of who the law placed the cost of marrying beyond Ibe reach oi many people in an to have il ed The county clerk's fee under the old taw for issuing a cense was and lie will col lect an additional fee of 51 under 1 the new law for and recording the a p plica lion making the clerk's total fees The officiating minister nally is paid and OI.l Me June 13 While one plane the low piloted by Armeno li Joan find Itene French got off this I morning in an expected trans other piloted by Lewis A Yancy and Q Williams met with grief mining in the sand when wheels stuck The plane but the pilots were him although almost over the mishap The attempt was the second I they touk off for Home The low Bird got off like a groat at this morning out 10 sea for The I Flash attempted to ibis morning APPLIES FOR VENUE CHANGE is Ai BY UNFAVORABLE WEATHERl REYKJAVIK Iceland 111 weather re I puns today forced indefinite ol the oft of Swedish monoplane lull Greenland on the third of its flight 10 Now York 1 examining doctor Victoria physicians or the terms oi the would bo required WELLS DOOMED TO DIE FRIDAY UNLESS MOODY INTERFERES The only present Marshal Frank A Frank A municipal not June application fur a chanse of venue J VOI presented lo the District Court The following Amusing here this morning by the counsel certificates they i li 11 Hamilton who went to to issue and lor reason Ih was related by a declined lo stale what their fee son-in-law be One however declared ange of venue was I if only an ordinary inl of a H was 1 lion is required his fee be by District Attorney nml there would be a V ilial tile state of Adding this light the application to the clerk's fees and the sum A special Hugh Allowed for HOUSE AGAIN VOTES TO SUPPORT HOOVER I On a cold wet two countrymen entered one of our i saloons which serves every One of them wilh an infantile modesty called for whiskey On being served he filled his glass lo June I House again rallied under hanner of Hoover in i light when it voted tol day lo instruct ils conference coral mince the export ilm At hute in with the aid oi fount brim and after swallowing about j ur uic half of il passed the glass to his partner who gulped down the The two then espied the uf Ama illn through a id known us Walton Fund were told thai Iho of V Chief lunch table and after gazing al NEW AIRPORT HAS LIGHTS IN GROUND June of sunk in carll a common ter with termini marked by red m Limps wilh a and lighted in turn as ilie wind shifts above Munich's new ai poll Thus Hie to land can keep ut every of I he wind DUSTLESS COAL NEW HOUSEHOLD BENEFIT CHICAGO ically thai he dumped inlo n coal bin wilhout ing clothes In basement and without raising a particle of dust was one of winter boons dis- cussed for benefit of the bolder tiring his own plant al twelfth annual of tile Coal Association as a fuel as is on market is Tex Jinn O C Wells A ai scheduled I dir in i hair early did any in llu Wells was aue several months aft H Abilene 1111 a i negro and lii fur I i Hut somebody moment wilh hungry home made onslaught upon it front roar So and t i persistent was the charge and so TOD active lie engagement the People living III Victoria tidy j bountiful soon disappeared years ago would not permit religion i barkeeper looked on in will their sleep inul as lie bul Victorians have not yet loM to the last HUT this Said Tin viands I May il sleeve across his living in the Colored Church Ibri plain uf Ilie nightly itl and I which lasts i laic sleep being im While il is mil would a change K v court his wife and IS widow of One physician li Urn with hiw He said it would the lower nf uf House action fy nn the wil and Sen 10 lilt Tom Wallun who v by the jurist WEATHER REPORT AM Partly i a fair Friday C OF AT RESIGNS hai othe fur lined at coal mini's of West Virginia 1 has i Kuan nf Charleston W told II will lie -u members al convention 11 nf the Cummer e Inly I Mr ii 1 peopl should be in religious they remember -s have lights lo be re- spected among which is ed lest ami sleep Many in that vicinity arc people who to be kepi awake night night for indulgence uf uf any vr l of class or color If Hie be id 10 an uf I lie uf let I lift he en- el uf drew his s and the with down lo cents by customer No 2 This was for tbo at and he lents if yon Only gut one drink i Th replied Number 1 yon gave s hn lo other which makes I no 1 H ed Well the other i out a much si gcr and I thought I had a- give tin list tcr II out The barkeeper i slowly but his sides and nf the me yet quite sore From The ol uth was uut ill the lius morning Three 1 have been em- as Ul of wedlock it i fane by pi issuance of doi tnis for ami its for members 1 nCI nominal A I I ALBERT SCHNEIDER IS NOT EXPECTED TO SURVIVE DAY friends oi Albert ill v pioneer resident of will b In: is not i day Mr lur bee profession as the prescript The same unit good in the liles the only one ot the j when ho said it is mainly lion against is bolh j tiie hen Vurni the most of types I June ill J v deferred until Ihi I in nf the tail re M in no To this an pained lo Si ha been ill had his me only this MAN IS FOUND AT CORPUS WITH THROAT GUI and them to either January 26 1 generally half of one r to the Mrs Oscar lone bt iui of DalUs formerly common among people of low is due lu arrive I I Continued on two en found w in hi ot 111 oil into
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.