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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 5, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessity For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable SOS-JO Welder BUg. phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher, f "VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN IN GENERAL. Timely Topics VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 5, 1929 Subscription Per Annum NUMBER 178 C'OL. CIIAS. A. I.INDUKHUH is! again flying as an ambassador of Kouil will. Ho took otf Monday Iron; Miami (or Pauaimi with a, bad of iiinfl. (t wasn't the first, time bo carried mall, foe R was the car- lying of mail thai prepared lilm for bis eimchal hop from New York to 1'nriK, the fh-bl Irans-Allnutic flight o[ an This time Liinlberub is Inaiixiir- alliilf a new ufr-niail route, from the United States lo Central America. Cs T1'0 Kiiglc" .slaved over iilght In iiolize. iiritlsh Honduras, Monday. H'K FLN't) Pf.KXTV of people who are Insane- over making imiuey. D There are thousands of folks who n H I! 21 f, i nun- are iiioiiiamis of folks who i _ are Imsliotise over the idea of gel.-j f' j fj P K TUll "ills into higher siiw-dcly and tlvj j I ill 11 j l I Ml limelight. Thfu quilts a sprinkling j LI U L U U I quite hraji loci religious, fanatics i'.'id c-razy infidels. The! army ot I'iniillcs over love is iin-1 mense. Kveryhudy (exct-pt you and I) are a little cracked on some sub- ject. THE O.N'i.y 11BASON for doc- f ,tors and drussists is because we won't lake advice, but will take niediciue. I v-i; I'VE JUST ABOUT conic, (u the i cimtliision abutit seven nut or every leu men art.. on the wrong job. I Speedy Monoplane Unsighted For Hours; Drives at Terrific Speed BOY PILOTS For Cabinet Pc-st V l! Slaferj for High1 Office ft. Till-) TIIIN'O THAT money says the loudest to me is goodbye, I do nut suppose i should fret tor j I'm ,m-e you wi.l the want Coast to Coast L of money makes us miserable, the j Th posession of it, foolish. Mouuy rllfJIH nCCDfC] doesn't fill a makes a PrJZC. vacuum. i t! v I ROOSEVELT FIELD, Feb. THE SCHOOLS. churches. Frank M. Hawks, fly-' Hie jails, the i-Ily eiilcnirlsos a speedy monoplane, swooped i" Mttorla are all backed and sup- down on Roosevelt Field, landing. flying flapper of Freeport, L. .I., pretty Ellnorc Smith (above in :hcr set a new solo cndur- ance record when she A'.mained Total Arrests Since Saturday j Number Four Hundred i and Twelve. flirted by (lie merchunls ivid Ijusi- iwss men ct this city. JALL JAILS CRAMMED mi. shattering the_ trans-continjinlal i The funds for the Fourth cif July record for non-stop flight from Los j j celebration, llie chamber of Com-'Angeles to New York. j morce and u dozen oilier coiniuttn-' Tht record was previously held Hy enterprises are raised by Hie Iby Art Goebel. IrkT-ii i n i merchants and business of CT C fl f T V> UNSIGHTED FOR HOURS. '.I J M F I M i Ibe mere-hauls and business j xuw VOISK. Feb. UJl! L L. J I1 men of tin's tinvn with few exceii- Ufehted for hours lint believed to be i n liens subscribe liberally (0 every iroarittK i-astn-arcl at :i terrific rule j jj RJ L I L Hood ciiuse that comes before ibem. jot speed, dipt. FKink M. li.-iwke.s.i j j JU f J 1' is done lo helii mivke Victoria Ulniision. and Oscar ilrnbh. mechiin-l 1 I U a tieller town to live in and to make beaded Inward this field Induy _____ a living in. to shutter tin; const lo cuast'. non-slot, nisi.! record. i Landed at Tela, Honduras, Wight-Watchman Near City, Jailed Following Shooting. HOUSTIN, Feb. Polic OT HERDS MPT SI ITS mm. Will Not Be AllowetJ Parcie or Pardon Under the i Penalty. 'FUNDS SHORT i Colonel Henry L. Gove J TfCaSUPSr W3S Darcl of Directors of C. of C. central oi UK philippics. K: Caucjht iii Canada After Met in Weekly Session Wide Search. 1 for the States. He is thought to; Today. I be slated for a post in Mr. Hoover's cabinet, probably that of Secretary ATLANTA, Feb. 'of State, ton Ciivnus, absi-omliitir treasurer i SEVERAL COWS CUT BACK persons t0 c Tlic citizens of the city can help in this by spending their money will; the Jidine merchants. The more business our men-hunts dc, the more, it will benefit. Victoria, Hit; better town we can make ot Hits city, the niorc valuable, our] iioscssmns will become uiml jtlie i belter lown vicloria ivjl] he live The flyers linnpi-il off from Los i [Angeles yesterday at p. in.; with New York u.s tbeir at Ten O'Clock tin's Morning. PLANE HOPS OFF TO INAUGURATE Total making him its president in the '.not distant future. His name has e j been placed on additional commit- ittcs and before long his name will jbe offered for the presidency. HOUSTON. Feb. CT Moll- i (Intermitiniial Xewsiee l U'.y continued then- drive i crime, jiiilins 71 nerions during the jilay null checking scores of othei IFUSIIOCIS arrested hi a wt-cli-cnd' ('ol. Charles A. arrive ;al Ucrndnrcis. at.i'.' o'tlo.-k this according 10 n Iral lliulio Tolu- I Chamber of Commerce Given Painting of Perfect Jersey Cow. Tin! Hoard of Directors of Ilia Victoria L'lnunbei' of Commerce met in reKUlar weekly session this and ihe secretary made a report of the iiast week's activities in which he stated that ihe third car of dairy which arrived PI few days ago hud about all been (disposed of lo (he in (in- vicinity of victoria. I The Chamber oi Commerce is i doing everything possible to living only such d.liry cows us will Is Quiet Following At- tempted Jailbreak at I PAVING AND STREET ROVEMENT BONDS Nacogdochcs. HAVE BEEN APPHOVFO I "i 'i i L j -i UILJJ uairy ji i i i i iu i IciJ i XKW I'eb i flMn MflTT NUCOCIniniKS. Keb. Col. Charles A. 'Arrived !1 Wavt' "l LU1'IJ I I UJCU! is qm'et today in county! .vrSTIS-. ;it tit in .1- ,itnl safe rob- A nl Tnn .assiMaiice or ihn eouiii v .-itrririihin-. Jail folluwijii: the d.-irim' .-iii.'nmt __.. (Internutional X (if the Soutlic-ni Bainist Home iiis- HKJII Hoard, loday sontenced (o five to seve j i'-mblofczling of the W 8 3 J j V' I'liiler a proviso, acceptable ''c defense counsel, Girne.s cannot p b r nil --t.-k parole or pardon uiider tha i iienaUy. a score or morn CT imlietmenU arainst him over iKii-iueait anct s ill-nil our money; O-oiumnei on pace two) died in tin- fi..rv fu 'l'MI in I'-iun. elsewhere without the town l-'ord AT THIS MORN.KG vianrin -----------_li_U T L s eri n tur b'nluin Ihat iinnOi Victori-i should 1U1'' off Kilsl llondtn-us, I-'eb. cmttinued' linserins illness. Mrs. Pinker wus i j flO 11 MCDPUIWT 'n r ve ,vvi cs A. MERCHANT f it the it ean he. "o T n, PAIR i A DPC OHM Z'v, 7 1 a in-w air mail service from fc, nnmlier of f tAlibt oUM L'l I HJtrr ti 1 air HeiviCL1: n'oin ni n iiuinner ut veniovnu I Hill i Unilr Mllil NO ,1, HI Kl Hi PYI'I DP? lnlu LHIlut -.IIUOTOCI ;iKU biw-Uri FOR HOGS IN AWAITS SELECTION fu" m SMUIL mim OFm JJi JOSEPH'S id.ohol. rirains and alcohol won't i Uf JUIl I TUR HIHL pin is i '..V' S HUlL LAO 1 NlUH I mix, they uovor have tliey THREE NEW WORLD never will. A lot of good men j DALLAS. l-Vb. t-> a chei'kuii tuade a shori Itfisvlnid ;itni hi- I 'i'n; U- sons. Raymond and Morris of i.on.: slfiu-; you mlclil meet a tool." A tiie slaying of Orville Matthews. l.tiva< ii anil Mrs. T. I'. 1'arker of MI.VNKAroi.lS. T-'i-b. totiiisi i in N, (1 PHEW ?UY AT OPERA HOUSE THUB. better sign would read: "Drive j hi-nl; cinptoyoc. slow; tw-o fools TOO the meeting Plate of hciiiUishls sciet tc.l lotlny. Vcnirrmrn are being "u today clesely resardiltg klan unncctious. lu M' skat ins (ords and Ihr- am.itt-nr senior outdonr skating eiuitn- meet." TOO OI-'TKX u gvade 
                            

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