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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 7, 1929, Victoria, Texas Good Eyesight Necessary Tor Good Work in School DR..JACKKAHN Optomitrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 609.10 Welder Dldg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- For Furniture and Gas Stoves see HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phono 159 H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SFXOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum ;VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 7, 1929 NUMBER 153 ISO ffl 115 1 fi S BGOi HES X n w K 88 TIMBER WOLF SLAIN. NEAR DaCOSTA JANUARY IMPORTANT MONTH TO BREEDERS inuccUontcrt rainfall of! from six lo Af Bftlll TQV Uert vi> HwhslnH- j UUUSJ lUULI ll 1 A Qf. is t -t lor Iho iwultrv breeder as it Is n month for precautions and Yirlori'u railway traffic tor livo arc again rnnninK on schedule on Viclnrh-. Hion ot Hie Soul U.TLI IV.i-ific Linc 'Hie Houston sc-mcvi was riJSUii Sunday afternoon. Two lu three tlm llew Muc" ulmn j of tllis frora roet of water over ihe Kiux-Has and Arenosa Creek hrldses in lliis j .'Oimty slopped ihv> service... The l.rMyes were daniHgul. A number of lilshwa'ys arc binis fre including both (In: Co- j 501'c ck'- Hail and roads, due lu I vuitilatiou the iioultry and the San A.- -.ht i, p instant as tonio Klver and number of creek, b'rds crowd en roost and f continuing on a propor net installed, Word ,vns revived lo.lay ot cold and roun appear all dm- u cyclone thai did consliforabto Uu> winter. Colds of all kinds i diimagc al Auatnut, Hiis cruiinty. U '.spread very rapidly, therefore, it is riirrieil away the wuf of u H-muil important lo remember to limned- Juiusc occupied by -nca.unn, j f, Scllr6cdel. a ellarS ,p, n1 'Hj Flnres. jJalely .Isoliilfr-nU ImUvhlucils maul- j of tl ii on ihc! ruling crcti symi.- Itpcpan ranch by i wucr u WU3 onc o[ lhc la knocked to tlic floor and savctltrom; AS a flock Iruatmeut, when sisns I wolves ever killed in tliis ii injury whoa Ihe walls- i-ullaustid J0.- toills or chk.kcll p0x :ire first Suhrocdcr preservtjrt un iiun cpsoin saUs 5houk, u rtimut the Auu-ry farm. Tlit- accmniiKs wore turns. Hiict full wrecked windmills ami ft nets ;nid uprooted Irets. Tiiti fuuiKil-sliupod climd down u'Ulim a fnw ytmls of lliti Ana qua Srhoot nnd ils work nf ik'slruction was ivUnesscml by icachers. Cluude Mull ins ;md iMhs Allies ;mri thinr pu- pils. After miroufmi; the tenant house the Uvister hounded npsvuril jnut irjiKSjCil over lln.' Hun Antonio Ilivrjr iiUn Ilufuirio C'oniHy. Tin? fitonn went over DL-vnul, iliis county, without doing1 iniy (Uimn.ne. Jt is beUfcVtul Ui have litcu toi1- iutdo Unit slruHi irCiir liny Cily. The fur is thicker and tl.ivk- ui ilrnt of of one teaspoon fill litfd ur ono pound to one hundred coyote and much more full srowii birds. Dissolvu sails in j vvniur ami mix with regular dry mush or wtioal hrmi and place b> fore the eMukens where lUcy can j lu-lp aH gtt tiiuii'l aimiv. liepeut this tiviufj. wauk until Uiey signs oi improve-. imcitt. i As an individual treatment dose j with OIK- of cpaimi 'ICHRYSLER GARS ARE BECOMING POPULAR IN VICTORIA MISSIONARY WRITES' Inw SM-CllStS Occasionally tiiiriim the iiast scv-i LJJ wisl eral months the editor of The Ad-! vocate. in common wilh olhtr edi- tors, has received letters, literalnn; and trinkets from Hev. H. fm victoria County Conrl con- llallock, misionary at Shanghai, i this morniug and following China, all dealing; with Ihe peculiar i j.ls. of five cases by reunions customs and observances j Judge J. J. on iof the Chinese. AUWHK the of Comity Attorney T, U. Ihe minister senl ns somu lime aso j tase remained on was a Chinese almanac. His docket. est letter was received today and is follows: The remuhiiiiK case Is a pistol C. 0. Box No. llW.U'harKe aKainst T. ]i. Slowe, who i Shanahai, Cliiniv is ".'IiaiKcd with murder in con- j Nov. 27, 1S2S. iUear Editor: Here cornea anolhcr letter from nostrils and MISSOURI PACIFIC ENGINEER KILLED KINGSVILLE; Chrysler motor cars have liecome j with Vi.ks Vapor Hub and i vcl'-v il1 Victoria territory, especially since the Chrysler agency has hcen taken over hy Cha.s. L. Ornndcr. The illustrious Chrysler "75" iiii Princess Theatre found favor with the purchaser i on North Main Street, recent ad-1 Jan. .T. IVr- riiint. insiaiitiy laih'd early today when a .Missouri rat'.ific: IrEvill a InoktMi rail. II. CuKilill and a man nanmi I'.wll were sli.thily injured. QUESfilTiARK IS STILL ALOFT AFTER I dose of small 'trirnih. In advani'ed cases whcr-i Mores are found remove scab and ilK.inl with tincture of iodine. luj cases of exlrcmc swelling to nn extensive clnilii of surcK. (iiji heads three times a KOIHl cilvs of this j molion picture houses in this sec- :in a civulin solution. It is aliso-1 wpre holi-i Uon bttoiiKins to linbin Krels. will lutelj iiccessnry t" cany oui season. Ho-.vever..the Chrysler', ck'se tonislu's show un- strict sanitary Houses Mlc] also came in Hi! the latter part, of lhc week. jv> and (Inioiilnj; hoards .should be fur Kilavc
vi1! put up for Iho b'lvtit of tin: :it lion Kly's ivnl lie will and a'so put a cirt [in Ilio fk'ld near the irsiilcNuo j H) iisxisl Ui'.' hi nn ihuir In Victoria. Mr. siaios. Ins 'livbtor fiiu-iulrt iirc-i'er tlift rSivy.-.icr ArMiv.i- M. Kvinis ami M. U-ar. hi (Tirtr Li-o, }to ni> sliip. it's a towurd the wtiC'k. liiHor t to poultry. every poulu-ymnii in i the cviiinsy Nioiilil m.iiniain !liv iloii" initsiilc jiot viiih Coumv AROHL tlir of l.'oni- His ftorvitt'.-i It AY CITY, Jan. 7. o v nki! of tlit; w' >trnrk un a ton niiU---- i-'Oinl hero Frifliiy nlghl. ninvutcA lo KM! In pliiy tbft Josffh Ilisls 'hrfnro il H bunit. anil Inn loiiiRht. Tho in playing with v.ithiluv.vn froui tho KM- j marching ami doun tlu- in to repnvu, rutfl will it cil at a met1 ting Ui be Of liflil this tLvoiiiug if i tile. In anciunt times on the 15tlt jo.Mhe Sth month when they burn- j e.l ITiy 'incense bushel the swec-; i would go high up lo thq nn goddess. SIic took it nnd iiianifealcd her approval coming near earth riding on Lt (loud anit people couhl bei' iKatitifut face. But now c become wicked, airl s full sin, EO the.1 ,in- const: Is not 'so imre as formerly 'nml it ilocs not rise so high as rt.vrh the goddess in her paliu-o i uiul so. not cnjoyms; Us fmfranco, I rflui tomes no more oa the hut poopln still offer and liripc she will appear somotimo. They say that in the moon has a msist beautiful iMStlir. It id called the or Moon Palace. Only unf ever seen its ihirfnn tho Lulled Miiis by the rmiRie of a holy inouk. wu, crii'.blsnl to mount nf> fro in lii" lo the Moon "over imr from -il mi v.'l uii b.nhy lu in i :ir, beautiful ;ts upoti a tinu- w but i her ,iiul :dl tlir nittnn. kins to earth. can thu? !imv full i-i pi'Tstiii.in Clniu.-t- are im E w ni'.uli tliey nood EU-- d Christ iliat may icixi Kinji in e fnri.'vfr in Hi> iiish. Tr's a In Chin- of and ili> >al- Cliri.-lin Yea.- to Ou v.hy service. 0.
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