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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 10, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Cooii Lycsight Necczsary For i Good YrVrk in School DR, JACK KAHN Optomtlrijl Permanent, Snfe, Reliable 609-10 Welder 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- For Furniture and Gas Stoves see HOLLAND Tcrm> I'hone 159 H. French, Publisher, F1KST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annun VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTEROON, JANUARY 10, 1929. NUMBER 155 FElft VICTOR! A C OF C. HAS AMBITIOUS PLANS FOR 1929 VICTORIA BAKU AND Vrurnii TRUST co. ELECTION i a t V t Ii ft L Winter Sports IRE; SlflCEi HELD ON JANUARY 2 hides linn uro operated without l'J2i) license plates. and Trust I There are several hundred aulo- owm-rs in the eouuty who h vo not yet obtained new licenses ,m vo... mil yci for Ihc pas, twu Hays Hie official .-hai-Kctl with Ihc isSli-, erroneously flT IIT'I al.ce of these licenses iuis had only (hese Columns Wednesday. jj 1 J L Ill tfLl .'i occasional application. 'rllllsiirJlf Under ilifl'cvenl circumstances. liic old officers ami ilirec- j j JU S llnil is. if a rush ot aimiki.Uims lie- Ul'lc' "can-: issuance of Ihe llcvu-es lllt "fr'OT a''tivc H.e alllhoriiies he ,o the Hoard of Hi-; iMciul (he time for eiifovfmg the: A. Murray weiv filled. The ot- 1-1 i i ui .1 v. e ;io. I J ILL1 Ui.- which Hi., new mates Iici-v.i ant! directors are as fullnws: hi hcfnre January 1. Tin- Victoria Chamber of Cum- nierce, having taken inventory ol" Ilio past year anil finding tin! year; Uejs pro.iiieriiy to i .1. V. VHiKii'iiln'W. prosidenl Victoria section, i.s phinnins lo i i Til I'1'1 "s im-shlcm; !so forward vvilli ciitliusiaslic- hope! UHuHtwIKft 10 cashier; V. that the year I'Ji'J i.s fraught wiih j iOiliiiiKin I.. Siiliittherl. usais-J Krealer opportunities for! Pi fiY AT VIPTRPIA V. Vnurteii- prnsiicrily tliau tlie year that has! i Uttl Ml VtUlUHiH William .1. O'Connor. C. jjltsl closed. L Tht! Patti U'ctdoi1 Sdwoi I uwk'r The ilivcnioii n'i Mr. eovoral sclec- tiuiis ut ihe Vii'tori ;i Tho.iU'e on j Tiiiirsrlay ami Friday Thi- money tnkun In for tlclwta snld by Mm .numbers anil urlujr go lu help finance the orulie.s-j Ira ami a fciiul v.hk'H will he or- Y- Thomas: To willi HID onllook fur i A l''lil-- -m] v anil licnn- yifliJs j Goldman. I I'unn ct'op-H is more from j if-'.tiict that the winter rains liave i .u huve luitl In 1 i OFF G ALS U! I lumw lias been doiK-. vet furinurs are' VRTflR A; Ullltt, bucls ju imipcr 'just as soon as possible anil the) rapid increase in the. is that with favorable j if the Victoria Itimk ami sweat her the next few weeks laud] HE 1MB tuu ounuuiLn. i n M n r n T n as IS FIRST INFLUENZA IU ft b L 0 1 UK VICTIM iy Fred Hrhoener. a v.vi, I farmer of the ShlHei'. ity of this conniy. De- iTav Hospital in this city ui-hi 'llle Htat' 'at Sl'IO O'clock of. vi" al ilhfi firs, death to occur Hi" contvact for the coiistrtii'li'iu icmmly from that disuse rti'iiiiu ilio of a steel ami concrete, bruise i present epidemic, acrn.-is the Coletto t'reck m-ar cutliiK Jammiy 21 IM Mr- Ht.-hoeuer this county, on liighwuy clmtidori. (lerinany, March U', ISTa.' the son Joseph ami Veronica Tlie only bridge on the Highway Lehnerl SciKjener, Ho at [mint now is a lo'.y water came lo this country '.vhen iie 9 This is where three m'-iu- iLilfi! years ohi, Ihe family seliliiiM hers u, a vaudeville Iroup'j at SelnileilbliiK- Since he were drov.Mi.-d sevcrul weeks iigo. had heeu a resident of this county. The new structiiro will 1m one Bui vivini; are his wife. Mrs. Hale bridges on Ilih-h- ychoener: four sons and four. n ail1! it-j eo.st Cs estimat. liiiimlitcrs. Alherl. Henry. I'riu. s7p.in.nj lu "if.. jllerhert, Mrs. Jos. Ulrich. Mis. gr the prescn't'" j man Scherrcr anil .Misses Krieik, Kighwaj-'CoinmissiOii jnntl Clara Schoener. all of lliis js .1TlsioiIS tu ]iavc it complctca lli icomuy; three brothers.' William and Adolph of ami i Cimrk'S of tliis ciniiily, i Schoeiier of HchiiieiihnrK .unl Mrs. iJohn Kleiher of Victoria. 1 i I Tlie funeral liom ,St. .Mary's t.'luiri'h hero this aftcnionii at ;1; 'o'elock witli burial in the Catholic WELL KNOWN HERE, OIEQ EARLY TODAY PRESIDING JOOOE OF 4TH This is ihe third your than Cnnihany has necossiUited v.ill be turned and haviiii: alreaily i OOL NANlLD TLLluHnrHiu DlKanixafioii of Ihis knnl has rx-'iln.. omployiuciit of Iwo more men'a fine season Ihe out-1 iated in the High Schiinl the jnsiiluli'in. They arc tout: is most pniuiisins lor bit; mid all who have heard it say it A. llneinier. formerly a isiMcuii iehls tliis year, adds a yreat credit to tlie 'vel! [if Ihe State Itank.' jiri.'al many runners are in- known ninsical talent of Victoria, -and .i. rimuucak. t'nrintrly teller orcasinK Iheir dairy lit.xls anil' The feature on the screen will .of Ihc Yoaknm Ktalc Llank. jiluns are I.eiiiK laid lo assist ill ia lions-! for a conslilnlii he "The Street AnKcl" will, v.jtl 1'riiisiHB ill Inryu nutnhcr.s nf ihliry' amenduienl io provide for tlie c Ciiarles l''arreil anil .Iinu't i .r tattle for tlie purpose of ileveloii-i n Ti. liini of a slate pnhjii All IhoL-e who saw then: sl.lr "Seventh Heaven'' are to .-c? them in "The Strecl Asisci." M.. niihmll'. it market will lie me jiui .moi.iai ipi.-uu-i 01 jee and i' The oi-cliestra wiil ..j..1s tie' patronaiie of the Viitorin f.; li'.use now hiiil: 'MKS 1lils c-onfirnivd hy ihe ion Main hy ry. Itev. I'. II. Kceney cnu-! Tin.1 sad inlelli.si'ii' s' was reteiv- the rites. JlcmU-r. of snililw, ilealli of I O 0 Ali O 0 J IHL LHUILO d PAV TUP1B '98 H11FQ namHy. Ii. 'i M.VIISI.JH tit o'clwli this uior.i- i AI lnr.m io UULO Mben BEFOBEJANMABY'lSi- Ii. 1.. Ilofev. Xcl laud C. .1. Kossati. llu.s'u Allison reai'cil in luua. !l tl'.e dairy business and will, a' missiim of live nu ;l market wil! he miaraii-M'f the 2H1, Jitilicial Di.-lrict of iee and i' of III.- Mil loll zins Mild oilier ptlh'ie lllili t-t Tile Slate Heuale loihiy pas, ill io iri.eal Ihe law iiMlhoti AMuntioii H in'n-fjy Mr finiilv l. llls' I'nxlneers which will not Texas 'is .UpY sulirtantial llni Se now huih lml wiii. has tm n l the Mctor i J FORMER ViHovia nru Ucpartment j inTrp ]l I 0 I TOO in" m-h ..'ffice' in In s. ,v.hn arc in ancars the J'ttir I Lll, 1 I O I !Ufi lmived its main offices' io -tnl t', EPWORTH LEAGUE TO MEET NEXT Tlie I.eairni-s of all til1.1 towns ill the Yoaknm will a nnion nnreliiiir in i Sunday, .laim.iry K, v. li'.tme. (he West rnn DEATHS The inenihershiu eunilnltlee Ihe t'hainber oE Commerce is t .liiiK busy mill bnihiini; up the or- j lo where il can hn a j -ri J llouslon. Mr. Allison uas Itev. (Jreen Win.in., nf Little dent of tile firm uml C. K Ki Ilouk. Ark., Victorian, is in: of this city secretary. Th-: to Alice, whore he is to oisiiiu t a-to fi.ster ihe of revival lie is accomjiali-.Te.va.s Ihninvh extensive of all the fine resources ol' hill ROBERT KAY Vicioria section. Ill ailditlon to San I'.iliicio. Ui-e. Live Oak. Mr- his ,ui. Ihe uienibersllip of'; Mullen, cloliad. Victoria. one hundred and fitly old vtul l Kaim-s, Wilson, Atascosa. Frio. J- iMtm u. lloiinoa M. Kay. well known idoreil permnnenl members Ihe follnn-iiiK i Kalle. Din, mill. Xapal.i. Jin: woiimieii in ICpworlh r.castic field seerelary. lesi.lciii of Ihis ,-ily. died at his new members liave heen aiiileft and IJexar. will preach nl II :v m. and will home unv llu: So'.lttiern i'acifir' since the heBinuiiiK of tlie new hi've a spetial for lii1! fri i'-'hi Tucsilav aftcrniHiu al year: leamiciv at Ih. afternoon li'Sn ..'ch-ek .ollowiiiK an illness o, V- Woolivorlh Comiwny. Tev- at o'clock. All Hi.' leu days, "lioh." as the ohi Tllv 'sii.-uMo of inlerimtiimal lion at Washington w. jnl I.y his v.ii'e ai-.-l ,-hil.l. 'His other two children are selmol ill Mountain llnliu-. Ai'h. all the ynnni: ii, tov.n !.i p: omiiiMit sloekmea of this f _____ in 111 The Cuinlalnpe Valley Kinvorlh l-Vileralioii rt'L'iilar in Viiloria :n Sixty silspeels AilmilliMlaliVe Dislricl 'o'l''V l" il'1'1 r fnelor in Die develippinent 'consists of Ihe iiunilies of Jack- vlln Snmlav nish: flml.............................. Mr. Allison was lil the Inisin.us ia Iliiiiriou ai A ainr-iiiiiiii'iil vi1-: v.a, iuM.iir. il to.ihe lil'.i, o; his death. II, h i-I qilirilir; vote nr people while iitlcllilins: oi'tasiim lo visii Vhtoli.. ,.in declare v.'iu1 ;l lu id licre anil Iliciu'y firm and h't.l r.-o-io.' M.innl today by Consrcsslil.iu l'i--h a telil by a iraveliai; evaie.-ei- ft i. ails and ;u here. New York. j.si years ii< iheii liis firs, uifc.licd al itoswcll, .X. sllil in his .jii.l ...n-'eicliM- M.. in I'M'- and ie- was i, ,1 I.'ier. T.S, Voisml establishment in Vii tori, i. S'.TI '.lit lime i.i lo Mi-.< lilivi.i ti'ilay in his S-MlilBi- at I.ouS is now oi.e o( bv-' nf this city, the ro.viteil in is in ,11 Mcach. Calif. He ended his life known in tli.' It. "f tiie laic Mr. and Mrs. N. Whip--. lii-- i.y He wns soilgiit hy til' I Ie was le.-ve l.ist aho'ii .five years Whips was Viel.iri.i's fi.vi ni.lin. for slraiiulin- lo llrliti, lii- aso. when h" ocnipi. .i ihe pulpit of lii aibliii'pii 1.1 .laughters. Dorothy. Iwo ye.ns.'llie Mis! llaini-i Clinrs-ii. Mr. Allison l  Meilioili-t ciiurcli Sunday. Tliis eroui', is iv.aiie up A of the 1. I'o, I T.a- va.a. lilooniiuslon. Xnrs.ry. Ciir-ro. .l. Kvpress, Dr. Station, and V. A. Silterle. K.iy irf silniv. il by sislev-' Ailer the inealhevsliip eaiupaimi ,1 i wo I'.'s been a full dir.-i lory inn li.i'.c been .ief.ired "I tin: Chanihei- of will ,-i-v- from ,li .r laai.e und liirnif.lied to every luun II1.-I-, nleinber and abo be in letters on ihe bulletin ,n relief. Ti." raiiv e eliildren nf Mr. ELECTION ORDERED I FOR JANUARY 24TH AT Yoaknm. Hall, llsville. YnrMnwn. Smiley. and A pooil from leapne is io he Hev, llollon lionile. West TV'XiV- nniVrem e s'-crelary. be heie and pre.vh a! 11 T by li'.l- lias h'.'en insta.ieii for !h.  an a for Mrs. K. Hc.vver Illooni- -isrer ol Mrs. Allison. iina rp.'ii rtcciv iv.i; vcon! to Mr. Alii-en'.- ueath. jmiiieii liy vo'.- ers rf th-1 lown. n.uy I..H An- L. r. was a> out, io VTi.. is Th" eh' "1 ion wiil I---' is overdue, hciti'; llel.iv I.i Id ,lt Ihe CV.iviliier Mis. Il Schior is V.M.IVC ['oinmi'r.e Hall. i'rfiu .itl.ick of lhl. WITH THE SICK   

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