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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DRVJACKICAHN Oplomitrisl Permanent, Safe, Reliable 609-10 Welder EWg, Phono 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION. For Furniture and Gas Stoves see HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum VOLUMES! VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY, AFTERNOON, JANUARY 16, 1929. NUMBER 161 COSTOOrOF i MANY FORGERY EXAMINING TRIALS HELD HERE DSTOIHB DF. _________________, i. 'F P MARRFRRY ft? y I lir CTITC onMno aon LSIUL, u IJOSTOX, Jun. K-yNSJ-l'mm-! DCTIDm ise.ofiedhof'exposute.sorDiiH, Ml I IntU Until after Mie luueral of his wile, DIES IN VICTORIA: members of lier fiimily today pre- pared to battle in lhe courts with the lionieruii for (he posses- Mim of little Dorothy Huth. F. Marberry, Ci. a prominent j Petitions lo courts have been retired merchant mill ginncr ot askini; fur Hie custody of 'loria and (.'omities. died ONE HT 1300 GH m January Thaw the eii'hi-year old girl, who Unlit a'. homo at .Wl Xcirfh Liberty j lias claimed as iiis own child but Siren in this city Ihis morning at! v.-Iiom others t-livni was adopted, j o'clock, lie hart been in'de- dining health for tiic pust three- I Illy I Arinlf LRuAHll i Francis Peter Marberry, the son 8C1MP nCICDDftTCn J' iliu'y llowlelt; llafael H. L'avazos, of llrowns- LlilU ULLEDlWlEU Barberry, was born at ,vas g-lvua jIndian Mound, Stewart County, i tri.lls ,ls lmmv m, Ky., August 17, 18GG. Wiring his i lorKery in Justice T. P. I.enoir's [early boyhood the family i court llu was remanded to ii'-t New Concord, Ky., where bis (U avrait the action ot the j Coftey's American Maid 13 a leading merchant for gOIraml Jury upon bis failure to ii today celebratins its first birth-1 niilily ln 1S92' Mr' "I .iav unniveniiiry, the completion of bl-'1T-v lo I successfrd vcar's Cily lo fisurc in (lie- charts. Ami tti.: mitlooS for the new year >luria Vm years fl'liey were cashed local business j Is even more hrisht, according to i was lilc antl j ot "is community, William Conklin. W. oi Bean- s G- Cot fey, owiiL-r of lhe bukiii. lot a ted at tlip coi1- ties of Depot aiul C Strciils. 'I us ot inu.-it inoil- and pjuiitary in 'it I tl COl'- Jll.1 Ml-- jleFaddin, a few cases in cpnneelioii with the ibefi Jmilos sway, and the destruction amounling lo f'JO.1 ]oi iiis sin by fire, he ami his brolli-; "E thu' lie America Maid JSiikery r_ now-; KiigineDriiig Company, by whom he a rac-r- 1 made a written con- T.sas. liarhiuevy installed in i fireproof 01 very latest n.sign most .sanltarv in evevv ivspeci. larae a, )iow ,owu fuiiwIiHi wlioJi sivcu ii iirelitsiitiLiry f [li. Ellvl, e eM i u js tlneo nf ilie cuses be .lUHiii-c Leiioii' today. Tlu- .hearing not cinurimKul hfc.'iin.-ii1 ;of Hie ilinoss ni Kiiiil, inor vii uiiiiiiT tlu: tin me of ttio Mcl-aa- iiiKii-powt-r uxlutust ton. tssontial chant ol Ilaism. who I'JLsnod two 01 to iiil a bukery of nil1 aii'-I 'm pnvtiit'ivlm> with Marnn Con-. juvvonc liu- nniiiiu is IF STATE WRONG THEN SO ALSO IS WHOLE PRINCIPLE IIS m; i! 1E1 (Houston Chronicle) j Why issue bonds to i be financed on the gasoline j to build roads? Why not use th-'', Whtrlff Robert S. WHsiiur bond tax money eivh year to build roads !iiM eharses of disl.iniim: the and so save the interest jpeac-e and (ranspoilins intoxiealias V lliijiiur against Rudolph Karoiv and jclevelaiul'-Miller, the young: dueslions seem In btf.U.6, ymA one. most generally put to advo-} lnls trolll jcatcs ot the slate hifihway lioada. j cucro-VictcrLi I They are weighted with c-vroueons miles out of ibia illy I implicalions, and these must causing bcith cars tu i taken into consideration, but llio bmlly wvcckcfl.' jonc sweeping answer to them is j vllL. eiipanls of the bus, o.a- (hut to undertake any largo 'lira-'skiing of u and Brim of construction with currant! v.-ornen, were not injured. The revenues is fundumenfaliy fulla- 'young men were, severely cious. am! returned to-Gitcro after receiv-. Xobody builds tilings that way. i treatment at the Victoria lies Even a church borrows money on P'lal. Tliey will he brought hen: notes and then construcis its build- SCJ011 as "cover. A lag. "Hie railroads issue bonds in of bottles of lieev iced in a order to lay new lines. Tiie iele- lo Phone companies. Mie power com- tildi' rar "10 t'fiicc'ii- htHEfEI I! ID AMERICAN LEGION. I nor of this c-ily, Mavhervy j lu-( IjHsinoss iiK'ii i-nslieil Uic others PROMINENT El CAMPO1 SWIMMING POOL, i DIES SUDDENLY of neariy JO SPONSOR SMll mmm SIGNED states in the Union I liave done. lint to get back to the implira- in tlie It is' inl- j plied Mint the gasolhtu t.-.x MIAMI. H. X. i OIES SUDDENLY AT IB A N KER HIT BY CHARGED WITH! SAN ANTONIO HOK TO BE REPAIRED Kruesl nf prnililc i i 3 anil very charitably in-i DALLAS, Jan. and very insl.ly Ms Armour He was of a Tuesday will he more i than i-lail lo the nf the! elitiu- idant tu il, nt-vt-i1 failing to boip mi siiilty to guilty, neimia Al- with criminal as- !l'1'i> iern Pacifit.- Lines by the Morse Com hiunnii "f lhe i iinnr and In oily. His family anyone wh" thiew himself c'd iii Victoria in when he i on tin- ioiirl's ir.crcy. said to have resulted from a stroke of he luid lieen in failing health for some lime. Funeral arrangements are pany. Funeral c-ervices will Iw island, v.'hicdi were struck by held in El Ciimiiu .11 2 m U'eii-. IblUniiiK iliirlng Ibo lervnt i-intld- nesday, liev. II. Duhba El bin si and badly damaged. officialiiis. i Il1lnl Hcalcil near a in-c.vt- desires to visit the y and I.elloy Merriman' Burial will li, in Ki (Mm- lr< es and me irait passeu ,iown Imt; mado a iife-time stmlv 'fVV i wer. arrested kid- under direeli.m the 'lh, hl m'lk'r dlllllrlj-1' of Ibree cirN from tbeir, rete .stnieture. The walls in.reasin, pKHlueti-u end ui -------i--------------. in business 5 Wr AH aniMetive, mil 1MBfi MUlJcrtlo IN HU irmoul of tha Ain.-riuin Maid Vl1'" survives him. lev fll'IIVQ PUIP APfl' "i'lce vi'1' appears elsewhere tin, T T _____ limj'rompan'rl .________.________ (lt "'is CHICAGO. ..an.  'aii, than a -a; tax. A 1 u, le to W off .....vc daushters. Cnrlis C. Ceor.e imcle, f, .M. Swift. Klnn-r Chas. Vox. f.ouis .lohnsim. 1'eter Miss f ,lf ;llso kllmvil and II. Haydni of Ti- Ji.IinsMit an.l Joim Kay of i ,ilh ,vid T. M. T. D. Klmer Harliev and W. C. A vir.-! James Smitli of Ihis eily. of Miiiidlmve: W. Steven.- r rank, all 1.1 (-i.ati.ii'red Mil O'Connor. Thomas V- AdK-r "f Kt''iiip.'r K. T. l." i rip. -I' .-el'b O'C.taia.r. K. w. Cily: (i. 0. lloivlcy of An.itivell: iM-v.iril! k Cc'iir-'e. 1.. Sic.n.'r. T. A. lU'.ph 11. Morr.ni- of I.c'lila. and irtive '.-riin. II. (Irilfilii, i'. ,1. I-'.i M. f.ui.iv] i FOCH WHEN HEART r; WEAlillEPDRT I'AltiS. ih bi .ti.'ii .if Mainly. I l-'.'ib. Kr.ut. V'.MH-.' th-.a oyii'-.-h. d rn a road KIV: jTvuSMin of li'ird. .in r.ia no matUT whai {h-: of lux. Tii.u is la.-l Thus lh" MX i soldi'i. became si w 111 ern.....i Mi.i! Ac "t'l'li- itt-i i'-'ad pl.v.l is o Mli.n.il.'il nil. iui.lly 1.1 ni.'.'t ilii, lr   

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