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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 509-10 Welder Blclg. Phone 233 Gco. H. French, Publisher. -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND ATOR Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 6, 1929. Subscription Per Annurr: Timely Topics NUMBER 179 MKAIILY BVKltv reader of ilicsv lines can remember when Kinilli shop wan dm muli-ns tin, town. lint tin- town candles navii way to and the oil electrli; lights, tlie miratid and tlie fining station cumc, l'i I'liK't' of tin. blacksmith 1 and the livery ulnWc and the town fl fl "......o I IK; class of H H city win, lavement, waler and; sewer and the iliiims that Ko to nial.i; a mrnktn American city. Ml did not Ji'ist [t iam.; about lie. Iheje ciisled in tin; community a desire for tiom.fthiiiK lor more com- loiEs, for develop. X i present aKe even more di-vclonmi-nt if Victoria is to hold its iihiii; and keen naco wllli tin; about us. It de- mands Kt-Ciiiw co-oiieraiion and vuM-eiiti'atioii ami n. Mysterious ''Clyde R. Vest" Towns can no looser drift Qf Be[ Led to Slaying. STARTS NATIONAL SAFETY HDD IP! Mill WINVICTO v.ilh the iidc. They must make an atiiiinsl (he car. rent time would drag them down i lo Ihe tojiinioiivlacf ieieJ. Victoria lias ami the resomci; of herself aiiy- thin-; she desires. Let's imUe and work and plan am) study for a bctltr and a bigger Victoria. KKISHl-AKY IK the sec- mid ;wul the .shortest month of tlie 'I twelve. Hul when Kunming drew i htrf first calelKlar year Fob- CRAB UNDER INDICTMENT Passed Vp Ml Declared Signed Note Teli-! ing Stakeholder to Release Stake Money GS DALLAS. Feb. A. I'lalib, who Is tlie mysterious "Clydo It. Vest" of the election but (hat led tu the slayini; of Oryillc MsUliews, bank emiiloyee, took I Xi'tna added it but placed it last "10 slaml as ;v witness tor llm siato in tlie list. Centuries hiti'i- it was lien C. Hichnrds. charged transferred lo second place. fm'Sery in cuiinr-ction with always lias Fcbrnnry been ('rabb is lihewiso under the shoivst month. Kim .Julius indictment chawm forgery but then Aucustus robbed .-ianled a severance of case. n niiiry or a day to add to their uwn i d'a'Xi said he stencil the nani'j n.ontli. July August. Tom ifamsey to the telegram An unusual number ol davs of Alatllitv.-s. who was tin; Hl'i'cial iiUerc.it fall in lo stab; 'i'he birtlnlays of Lincoln, mOLK- direction o[ ton. KilL'un. Dicli.'iis. Lowell and l-cnqfcllow fiaturc tin; mtmth as 11! arils. KNOWS NOTHine OF OEPOR ill Ibis f'E'd for tollowin-.; 'I'iie primrose- i.; tic; riiccial flowor for the rmmtli tlio am, j is it .ni-lil. I Feb. ;TlH' tnday l.'lIAIIi.S THAT :il'l! isnorain con ____ tli.il -ip din fiKni'c.il. of 1. Slim-1 safety awn- ''cii's imw field, Will Seek Conserve Nation's Valuable Asset, Lives Boys and Girts AUTO TAKES MANY LIVES Sonic Lcijion Dcparlmcnts Already Have Work Under Way. "Th..: American i- iiiK this year in a national cami.aign [irevein faliil c.-ci- dints, especially ihc cbil- rlixn. and tlin uf tin's is s.iini; U, do its Hie Floyd Moor.-, pub. officer, l.c'in X.car I'osl. Am- I'l-ic-aii I.dKiini. aty. su'd to ilay in an for nil (.I-KI'IIII- s 1o Ii-Uo mrl. "la liiis Ki'eal lanii.ai.ii it li.'lp nil down Ihe lolul nf IV.'.il the l.i'Kiiin will join 1ST 11 S, 1 OAK CL FF. I Windows in House for Blocks Around Shattered Blast. I NOT EXPECTED RECOVER Aijed Lady Among Two Thai Were Probably Fatally Injured. llAU.AS. Feb. wo ii i i t ii n i i i, Vvl'r- fatally Voted to Have Printed the Ka, Original Highway   name bad ilis-i l-itianiiy. "f last Ic-.v national advert Advcl- Wllil I.....nuts have yon flash- t" c'.mmcn', lights. Ivii'-wril T-, W'1S Ilia, ccdd creams, niotinu pic- Illrcs. new curs, new 'Xlr' cini- l.-i'l. new fares, aew emotion.-. "Wm'aMy by the advir- ol Former Tl-i.y tir-ed such wide  va lflix vest in cans Voiivc Ilio fid.ll, and ih, Mr- lloov-r Mvsi' I K'llil 111 CniniKuiv. pAJtlrrppinM IPSTIO 'I'll, atii, is hy ;i Mi' l.indy' 11 7Lli, (j g (ij f LJulU M LtAlJU "f !Hi> T If ll C 1) I ll V I r i jsi-.. -i i f, f, i i t t f <1.... i'1 i 1 ".''I! Iu ntuUVhnl iJr BEADMONT JEWELS -r HL, air mil, s f, rhi his in flvr a liaii Ilio lid.II.. rind hinv. for.' KOOV.T Viidio. little ohl-tim... SHmmirs v.nrk led in this apu amusing in It Mil-. soll.il n'luvM-, 1 V I'-loriilll ivisscil HJ ou, farina as r_ IV" of 1'IVI.ilK.....f farmer tii.- U'oml cnmiii'.uiity. v, iio at tills i- i.n'ortri! in ii? ci-ifirii! Hindi- STEAMSHIP SUNK IN BOSPHOROOS DISPATCH s A Y fimc and a half _ (0 hi a storm ,k- IHH'lIAiiKST. rn.. iUI5) Ti, Mrs i1'.'" s.-.id a dis- rh. rs, -..'lvi, IS' rOKMKK T1MKS [Ut, I, frcm v.n, th'.y volnl they Til.- ,Mcnt are Mr.ori, j., tmt U is :1 H 'liohl, iCmi a In! did not vole nf th..." l.nnvn 10 H. v. snydn- n? ,'j, ll.'lr Ijcfit san-d, Clivi-'l will uffuiut GOERG HI, SCHOOL f, n iiNS; 'from !-TH, K Tfl PRCQtWT Dj AV mvinunt in 0001 iiirnainnnr IU I nWCWI TUl jAbU im-mjiiui mmm HERE FRIDAY NIGHT NFW IIPCWCC CCCO in iwuionu. LlbtNot rhtS PA U. AT mpc ____________________' I w. Mirnucii mmuo uuflun ftl liiui. OUEEN MARIA OF SPAIN DIED TODAY jvincr, il.-; will divid- lio- tun inMi- ii to li'.li! MAIu'tllV i. uiisi rja, n I'.i'n I'i.-T fnrtnVh- s of I'lii'-i'Liiiimi'iil ill in-t botli i. ,ir. af vi. Tii.Mti e tiie Ah.'jiS', Nil, rcliirn. r.'liris.v.-y 1 s d Kn; tl-i- l.ri liorsrn.v. h..ll TICKETS FOR THEATRE PLAY   

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