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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 15, 1929, Victoria, Texas Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Oplomitrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 609-10 Welder Blda- Phone 233 -AFTERNOON For Furniture ahd Gas Stoves see HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms PKone 159 v t Ceo. H. Ffenck, PubMicr. fr VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY IS, 1929. Subscription Per Annum NUMBER 160 H LI llOjBABR RUTH SAYS HE'S THROUGH WITH BASEB l ci il! SENATOR-STEVENSON E QFi3 re furtlicr or.iiK-iit of the dairying industry In Vitlm'hv tjoetttm, Hie Victoria Chamber of Commerce sent a com- milli'o of rum- men to neevilfo .Mon- ot y, diy toinsyoU a herd of dairy cat- -m j tie, which had been reported Mr ot IUc -.If. Tilt eonimitlee was compos- llf e'i ot U. IJ, Iloss. county Ull. turiil agent, J. K. Wayne of (in-1 j Valley Creamery, It. A. i id ueu-' ot the McKlroy JMi-.y here. M03t In-! U.ntpA'iy and 0. A. Frliiye, man-; ,llu of i or Ihe chamber of Commerce. of no The herd consisted ot 35 bend expensive to utxiiay.! ,ood dniry cattle mid the commit-! Cr5 j lee nit out 21 of Iho best indivicl- j j mils, eight bead being fine rcKis-j Senator Stevenson voted agr.iusti tcreil Jerseys, 12 fine tirade Jer- j L''e resolmion for an scys and two head of. (liicmscys. Wils saved from defeat try j of which is very Irish Kradc I.-itutenanKiovei-nor Harry .Miller anil Iho other above Ihe averayo. [voting to break ;i tie in the Senaie Tliese twenty-two lioaJ of extra Uwidini; to 13. At the samsj on the death of.his estranged Jerseys and Uueriisc-ys will >llu 1'abllc Lands be placed at tlie fnir grounds, I !m; House voted 7 lo I to re- v.-hcrc'the farmers of thy Victoria il simllur resolution unfavor- .section can 30 next Saturday. Jan- i 1'i'obatily will end the FUNERAL HALTED FOR nary ID, ami sc-e (or liieniielves Iliis hunch hlKli srnde cows, j h[ B which Mill bo sold at prices (.-.r.lav uvci- the rcaolutto'ii Heintor mini who is u judge of. dairy j deihreil his; The C'liiiinher of Commerce I-OH- to lo Aiders this n very fortunate and thr; fait thai these cattle wer-_- j at a bargain price which from Aus- on tows that on- ed lo them for yak-. In sclectin.i! Gil BOSTON, Jan. "This thing has licked me. I don't care if I ever play b.-se- ball again. I'm Babe Ruth, home run king, said today in co'inmenling up- in fire. MEDICAL EXAMINATION) Jan. icral services for Mrs. George Her- j man Until, fwii'c of biiseball's homo run f v, ho .lost her life at the Wiytorlown iYOUTH ON TRIAL AT ATLANTA, GA, FOR i SLAYING ATLANTA, tta., .Ian. ;Thc trial of George- llarsli, ullescil .eol nuclei' way" _____. j today. The Is charged will, killing .imiua, clcf.llon of ,hc Williard Kmiih, store clerk, and j o, o[ victoriil 11. ,-Iceks. anolher store ,rM Faji. was bel-l r i Monday night, January 11, witb a 1 tfjtul number ot 831 shares rcprv I TRIAL TO DUPLICATE sharcs. LOEB-LEOPOLD CASE i lu Ij6rsoll ATLANTA, fja., Jan. is.-jiiisj-1 by proxy. ij I Familiar and leslimony of, A raotion maiic ,o ihe famous Loeb-Lnopold trial in j to il.nicaso some years liucl; v.ill be i.luplicated here lodnv when (.Uom, i tlM! llircdo" Sllursh ami Richard Galtnalv on to UVe
n.-i; Al LftRUnUnijl, n. J. i., Imm.s in a "ml a-, t _____ Vicr.iy. ;u i'1'i Mllnier said Kinder frankly ad pvodaetion. I IM.'KST. X. Jan. c v (INSl The Los pian! navy Sloise. SKI.KCTIOX (1C COVVH II u.il L.1 amiss lo is innoiTii her m here her veiuni i'roni St ID I'b'rf Hay. Alia bu I ir re iulil on :i cl.i (I .1. II. ..f millc-d having liv. il uilb'Mis. ita'ii f.niiji! llnMr in bis bume t.i-iv "aboiu a >e..r in an hcu- ami half." bat thai sli.- sp.nl h.uv to hdec'. ol liia! time Xt-w :i r.v-.v. r.ii y ii-Id a The- adit.'d thai siorirs of a ability Vii I.uia Counly farm bi.i baiiiN. hi- kiiird 111 tn til-: uiMor. iai" milk viciis nii'Ui- tin- Ir liy. I. u.: hc'h's nr will foiii.d v. h, i bl'.oii elite1'.- la.- abil u. :.'-f.-r.. h- in niaiiliuii milk a; 1, i ,t .in; -11 fo.- slate an.] ihe den n; S1-- Hi1.1 pair aii'l i; is (ii Ur ihcir dti-isiuns 1 .lirni.'.n "f nn-nl with a ml luu. f hernine '...-iih IK-.id of in- other inmates of ih- I'iilion Tov.-- -crs. ____________________' Harsh ariv-to'.i iiii in ill.- Ojltlliorpt' brn.'.i! betAieu thin, when del.vlivrs ir.u.'d bliin.1 effii-ii'inly. A ahiliiy thighs. trousers u-lib-ii ho h.i.t proiiili i- an if si'iil in llu- ri'iality -s'.l in l.e ckaiuil. WEATHER HEPORI
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