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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary' For Goorf Work tn School DR..JACKKAHN Optomilrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable j G09-10 WdUer Dldg, Phone 233 AFTERNOON EDITION- I For Furniture and Gas Stoves see HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 I H. French, PubUiher. FIRST, VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL Subscription Per Annum f VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 9, 1929. NUMBER 155 X PVERSIGHT INCONVENIENCES HIGHWAY TRAFFIC 'J'luj Victoria Kolaiy Club nmi Tiitsdiiy noon I't'ushk'iil htott Sit the chair The vjj-sitnvs Tor UM? were M U'Hary of lite Victoria diet in her Kit of (In ELECTIONS HELD BY 2 VICTORIA BANK] y I i THIRD IS POSTPONED I II! (rn.ro Kolary Chili, "mid W. Victoria National Daub and i n nn rj I" I H I iriKley. sales mauler for Cliua. Isoldes' National Hunk have been j J j U U L I U Ciuiider. Aflei- some prelim- j The animal election of y y jjjj j A Ray of Sunshine I nary. is turned over to Italph Culliouii, introduced Si'cn-tnry Priiijrlc. Mr. spukc us follmvti: Tliat the Cutnre of Oic; dairy ami i PL tilt ry interests ot lliis pet turn was emphasized at (hv vosulur ccl.ly uici'ting oi the Victoria Ilottvry Club Tuesday noun itt a All lh cilil officers :tnd directors YicttiL-ia Hank and Trust Com-j pa ny V.TI.S postponed for a fciv itoys. the- death uf I1. A. -Murray, active viee-pi'i-siiK'nt ami diiector, (J. iMvidson, formerly c-asliifi1, bean acting as vifc-: {iresident and Louis I- Sdinehert, lissistant cashier, has buen serving a. cashier ot Uiis bank. The otfi- j l'1t-v lllii bwn aml! F Traffic the wcsLeni wubiirlis j tiill; made by 0. A. Prlnsle, man- ccr.i and of tlie Victoria Chamber of J banks are directors of the w fo'lniva: other Cnintnerce. Mr. rriu; ijren niaii victoria National Jus. F. unticcessarily inconvenienced by reason of the road contractor Dunn-ing ni> the gvade for the new j Blato'i Hint lie had PI' of the Victoria Jay U'elder, eliainnau Wulilcr. Jim of Hie board; (iminl..-: of Commerce hut 1V D'Com.or, vice-president; clias. bc llK.alcll wi, monlbs and that two Ihiiists Xirjacks, active vice-i.resident; T.io.i( len.ln., fl.lfWKCn..dy, j route of Highway Xo. 13 cutting i across the present route to the i [point where the new Guadnluiie ilh-i 'made a stroiu; ,iniiiressinn upon liiin, namely, the great, but undevel- As a result Iraific is required to i travel tlic old river roail, whieli is] O. Taylor, iwhier; a II. Seliuei der, assistant easliier. and Jas. I1', oiictl possihililies of the ViclorU j Wi-lder. .M. o'Cuiuior, .lay j Motion, and MIC flue Hospitality T. Lii.eluu.uh, Josci.li O'Connor, j hcavv raMM spirit ct co-oneration of tho j'I'- Traylor. C. Zlrjart.s. i   sell to them al! the old ami books the r' can Kallu-r OVEREN! They ai'e right iicnv to get u full cdiftoud, and every hotno and business councni in the city (an and should aid the in iu this work by either siviiitf i-nnif1 pupil in the schools tho old j papers, books and they; may have aronwt (.lie house.' store, or 'phoning Hie school ami wc will tliom. In Uiis way KJnding the oxiionses ot city gof- rrumuit too great, 51 qualified vnit-is of Illooiningtoii have Uom-t! Cuimty- Judge J. J. hmise to order an election fur submission tho Question ot tliu of the town. The iiiMUion jrciiuireU only HLKiiaUires to niako it legal- will ovder the elec- tion for the latter part of IhU nit-nth. 'Only tea days' notice is necessary. you can help the school to obtain J funds with which to purchase; stuimout.i fur a 32-piec.G ithoul and this can til1 done.1 with- out expense to anyone. r is a It is the lime of ycav cvory is taking inventory of it stoirk in trade suirt of .its needs for the cumins yc-ar, -slated (lie spi-iikor. As a lumitionini; rluimber of CttinmerL-c must be a in- in order to ho of scmto i'l Hit: conuniiiiity when; it exists, our organizuUtni in o-ojn; ration with ihu (oiinly lakfii inventory of Uur asfc-l? if." thr- cots iily, in ordi-r tn have some liiisjiri upon to for HLO further of our rc'sonvtt-H. th? ;Tlus lion is Hoctltui, anyoui1 iSii: it KOui'rus its fiito (ui ti: i: soils, il.s plentiful hut not [im rainfall, and ttie iKiliny hc-aUliful diinnto mil si admit thai no scrtiiw of tliv I'tiilnl Ststr.s tho VU'tnnn i-rc- T'uti in its cultural tics. stated Iho s.poatttv, Mr. mi iloin- approximato report amiinUnral of Victoria Ci-nnty ;iy follows: Agricultural of VH lorin rounly, hy Ihe Chamber of ('oiuiin-ri-e in lioii thc agrit ultui A! Cotton iu-rcs. in'oilii'- lion liitt-i. value Cotton HOcil v.nlur Coin Iw., pr-r hn., value (Jrniti sorphum and hay inn! ivvres, SO.ooo tons, per Icrs. 106 LEFT ESTATE B1 GALIFQBNIAi LOSSES ABE iSHIPMENTS OF MOODY WILL BRUNT !OF FLU, LEAVES SOON; REPORTED AT INEZ NO CLEMENCY FOR IFOR SOUTH AMERICA; SLAYER OF THREE! The saving of waste jiuiio enrscrvativc measure that is j ly becoming an important pi American anil in aulhig jthis worTt our citizens not only1 doing tlicmsolvcs a goorl through licliHns the st-liools. Ihoy arcj liy that they avo -nbrcast of the liniod by sncli conservation work. Shue soiittmeut is -pretty UIKUI- for disincorporatt'on, H Is id that tho election will re- j diilt in Bloomiugtou again itj internal nudp.r the 'juris- l diction of County Commistiion- a i Court. id-: Thu town wad establislied iu oi and ineorporatud in 1923.' liitlon of about -10U. It TO FINISH IN SEN ATE'OVER KELLOGG TREATY" tliut wltti ail of our working and GIDOOBURSIBEAIER OF A. .M. hou! tlie ctty iig frotn :i .sever s to lifter rccovcv- Louis Kollo. well lannov of Inez, ivhth1 i firel tiim- I.OH ANC.KI.KK. .Miiinii' M. Hoiivur, who re- itnlly died, lofi an of live! di'lUns tn her uiuliiP Iliu li'i-ms nf :i will j 1'ili il Vm1 proltnic The will will lie liy r.'liilii-cs. IMiicir's inarto Itiisl tin: mention it. As llu- fir.-I il cMalf ;it filly IhmiMiwI [ivt- the liiiovvn 1 thu ity since Kli- rl the Ijofttre wliilejoi a irainher of inttlj reeling in Hie ui in the llooil iu section. Me saiil lie soon became Mr. ui'cnuiilcil for the hws attiV.k of infUt- for wliicli lie coutrLieteil 1 day's (louilburHt. iav.-ny fjvury year tonn and tons owner 01 a tuiKC} papier that ronlti tp turn- idant on the outskirts into mamy .Ian. :ncy will he extended to Ncw-jfii'-i' Vvrncs, is elcc-; tion Friday ;vl nniilsvilie for he. was lirutal slayius ot 12-year-old j health. Myriiii her tnothtir weak hut suffered no pain. of 12 In-all In Iiis immctliati1 IK-IK grulldmotiiur at their San Aiijjelo'- H's loinvtrature al no lit.le exceed-, hnrlujail, IT, (nviic-il I iM 102 rtcsroes. Jii.n, I" Ijy hnilhur. Vii-i Knllc, 12 liy Tilns ai Mr. MtKiVhlin is rapidly recover-1 h Mfs. T x ii.S his and t-xiiccts !n fully jeciipi rate in time lo take Ihn lie has planned lo America the latter part of month. Ho mid Mi-Katliliu wiil spend sevf-ral day.-; in Kltivifia lielore lieine. Tiiis announcement was nK loilay hy (luvertHir Dan Moody. GONDEMNEO MAN IS SAVED BY MISTAKE OF LOWER COURT this city, left today for San An-J wh.-iv lur will confer with; This olil paper is iu turn sliipprrt (itt'jciiils tliere v.-ith tlie Ihc Houston concern in larger in" pliiiiiMiiK carlouil lots of live ;'ots to mills (he [Kiuluy throushmit tlie season. j'our.try, where it is rennido into Mr. Monl.v; onlv rccenllv closed "f his .nerdKiiitliso store here at- i tlail tin: mill to pai.er to Hie mill into paper and indeed very interesting, and a lesson in ll.rift Ameriean -Ian. 11 iittetnptn al, a compromise ;swcpt aside Iliis aflornoon ISeinite seilk-d .down to a finish over tfie niK-ondlliotnil ratifi- Mrelllv. lauiii-lu-a treaty. Illainc of i bitter altack nn Ur niitny years, in the grocery h'jsinr The poultry dressing was establislietl Ihis season. iARBER DANCES IN SHADOW OF CHAIR Will iWITH JOHN OIRECTORS'OF ANNOUNCED! 'rhis l'ai'cr excellent inovenieiU and do all i can lo aid the in ilnir Jan. rrror by Mio court, tin1 Ccnrl riT Crimiiuil today ri-vei'scd and remanded the casi1 cs[ Adam nf Antonio, to death in tiio elo'tru1 cliiiir in with llu; slay- IDE; (if Aulonio Garcia HI lOJij, HERMAN SISTERS WILL CELEBRATE 20TH APPROPRIATIONS AT LEASING OF OYSTER REEFS IS PROPOSED AI.ISAXY. X. Y.. -UNSl -A bilnei-11 -lohll .T. AUSTIN. Tex.. Jan. [Leasing rif tile nyslor renfs nn til1.- iTt.vas Cult i-oast by !lii> slate, a; n.i'iisH.e to systematize and in- veil will lie staled cxpr-cl Iu rlisi fare of Itic I eriior Ilooscveil tn llu- Llnrcatl. Tee -l.its tii r-s.-Liy wi-Minc for ix en iininHiiued by Committee, ae- loy lle.-lii.lifV. duet ot ily of Texas League Jt.ito is Oiviilei! inlo 27 dis- Vii-ioti.i heins liirj vici 23. with K. K. STRANGE TESTIMONY GIVEN IN FAVOR OF SLAYER OF (1WITGH" SAI.K.M. Mass.. Jw. (-trie eb.air casts a .-ha- over him, Ocorg; Taylor, Thompson. us 1U1- barker." eau still biuk wish the same vv.iiciv earned htm iiis nicKnani'.'. AI an rntevtainment of the IranaU "f thv Salem jail, Taylor was termed "the hil of (lit; show" despil? ti. fail itint all the other were AUSTIN'. Jan. at- Live ln'f valno ?S'iii. Dairy jivoilucts average monthly ll 'onliillied (Ml I1. la Hie Suns of IK.man (Irder. will cleti'r.ite Ihe anuiver- ?nry nf Ilieir order with a program and ilaiKv in Kniqlits of Colnm lUill V'riday II. All iin-nilKTs ami ihi-ir f.nnil itr-mpt to pass tlie appropriation i. s .ire ti a'teiid. An bills al this session of liie Leiis- j llt, is also all will be hy a liloc-; hrniher.j of tlie IX II. S. ami of House members, it was liiselos- j measure as il'.Lir !I'd Unlay iu an announcement inside would permit MUS. I-', c. I'Ri'.AN'. I'res.. liy Kcpresenlrtlive Holder of Hal-jinr.; on no! more lhan on No- I'.ii. II. S. rots iu imy one hay. elf of Yo.iUnm iu The Ailorney Cesiurar menl has approval Ihc of I'le measure. Uep.irt-1 BY INFLUENZA IN SOUTHERN STATES V'ASIIIXCTOX. .Ian. a i-und j ;he Snnlheni Slnles a in cutinii; January States I'uMu- Stivi SHOT IN VOKK. IVnii "j'ov, dm i IOJ- (lu1 lIllll'lkT 
                            

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