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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyoight Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 509-10 Welder BWg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 82 II FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWESf IN GENERAL, Timely Topics IIKCJWT TKSTS sliinv that tin' nowlng of a rooster, the ringing o.' a church hell, and under some conditions, tlie shunt of a man pinctrale almiist a mile into Ihe "I'l'c-r I'll'- A cilcliel's chirp car- tins up 2500 ft'ct ivid the croak of a dog can heard at an altitude! o: feel. AmoiiK sounds pro- duced living things, a yelp holds the altitude record. It has IJI-PII heard hy liallonnisU GMcj fee! up. Tilt rcnorl of a rifle will carry Hboni tiie same distance. the sounds recorded, a locomotive whls- tie fl lias been heard inure iliiin I wo miles above Ihe earth. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, F7BRUARY 7, 1929. bi-bscription! Annum NUMBER 180 K K K K 9? X K ROBIDOUX WILL MAKE BOND S3 V. n K K K S K X JEE MORE OIL TESTS FOR COUNTY A TOTAfj TU'JS miles of air- n n- 111 i i n- ways ilave marked for Uh> PaUl High School flying, wilh 12SI electric ami accly- JliniOr CollcyC tO Joill tionvons in use. i ______ IliBH UU1 n lom will tin: guests of. j'atij Vi'ehler j !'A _._ A illiKli and Victoria Junior! n, I Friday evening a! i, o'clock 1 T1IK MAX WHO trusU mil 1 fll make fewer mistake than he win ._, tlim; j vIsHins hish seniors will put i v a pio.iiram at llausi hiliVs Opera "A MAN AltOUV in year, of ase, i to wltidi will he sii'liis Ilif iianif til .loslnw Coier- -5 illul Umli st-liool.-' will Doing Their Act lemptinj; lo c.vtort mimey from IK- I' i; lu by I'Xliititluis a At a, later dad: the same conrlcsv i riiu ivliicl, lie will coiirey the. lvi" llc "Slenili'il tlie Victoria llUh liiiinaii viiico (ivi-r invlallic wires "'ill H will ho licnni oilier il ami jiinioi- Ciilli-ai- tin.' Slish Sclioid and a pro-. i Fixed at in Eacli Case on Two Charges of Murder. Bfot'iers ii) Cabin on KCIiyOI) Island. end by those who listen. He calls i I TWICE REFUSED BONO nil- iiicl rni.iniK I i I   schools tluvt partlci- roulil he done it wonhl have practical Tlie authorities who apprehended the criminal arc- to be congratulated." Tin's item aiipeared in a New York newspaper Hi years ago, Tiie v.-ay of achievement, even in those days, wiki not free of criticism and Tin? Victoria schools are verv nr.iskral farmer, who was ;jrai au.vions to shnw every courtesy i iumd in Ihe sum of POHsilde lo the schuoi and Conn of Criminal Ai.neals at Aus. (he riti.cn. of victoria i in'eonnection wiih j to Unid their aid al yivin" them a full honk- when put on "10 "f JitmL's liieir program Friday night. ruai-y S, g p, m. i Sea-drift on Kenvon Island in thei i i lliver on Deeemher Ii.! TEIEGBAPHIC stars and he will believe _____ wi" you. llu! if a siqn say.s -Fresli I (IntiTnaiional News serving homl. accordnii; lo advices received Paint." he lias to make ,K'rsunal this morninK rohhed the investigation. Kinsman .state Hank at Ifariier "rtx lh jail. Hail had not been Ki'.tis.. liiilnappi'd the casiiier and i :al a late hour louav, acinrdin-4 to I escaped in a tonriiiii car. l.KW IfAII.V SAVH Ihat even an_____ the .Shenfl s DeiiarUnc-Jlt m Cal-j man may l.eco.ne a Bood- hmi j hioher when catches a slimpsr jn lmUr] ,pi of a snam.y yonns flapper. ami .Moslem' Appeals followed denial of v v faiKitk-s lias resulted in hond lo County (III. TIlOUIiLK'H ton. trou- .n mwe K. M. Tanner of foiinfy.i hle's an ounce, Wl> j who presided at iiis e.v.iiniime; j Or a trouble is what you make; ._____ trial, and liy iiistrict .Indue .1. i'.' It: .Marvin Moore. 2-f. of Mumble 'a-forc whom lialieas corpus; And it isn't tlm fact Hint yoar prorci were lu-ld. hurt that irniinis. -Mllt i Hut only how did yon lake it? _2___ -Iniiii Corhetl, Santa Ke switch- MANY A l-'Kl.l.OW who's a his wa5 ,-rnshed K, drau. mider noise at. tin- office is only a little :a freight car al f.alvonon at hcun'.-. _____ v v I'ed- i'aaia, 'I'l, l.KW IJAIIX says the only differ- at Hnn.slon wlieii fell into once hc.Ucen the mouth or a a val. -.Now I know and an alarm is that you can ..vli.u waffles fee! he. said slilit an alarm dork (iff whenever wln-n rebelled liy fellow workmen. yi'U want to hy tnrnini; ii ______ sw itch, PER 5 OFF HIIEC no mm Five Hundred Dollars Rc- iwrlcdon Person Not Found. HEAD 10 FT. PROM BODY I Identity of Oac! James t.s- i tablisncd by Masonic Certificate. lif.-iiill i fcuml in ilic Deal Involves 100 Acres of lli3 Kohutek Tract at Nursery. UXUD SEVEN TESTS SLATED be Made by Four Major i hvo ('r lli: i 0 T, i "'iiH'c were drowned in thi. colett-, i Companies and Three III- near U.-min on December l.i i tiependCnt Operators. idurluir a smlden rise ill the creek i _______ w-hil'.-- they were crossing it ovr-r IT mi CLUI EDITOR iDin DIES OF PNEHONIJ linu i IN DALLAS HOSPITAL "A1-'-AS- F'" i i l-al lion loday of lleissnrvivcilliyi.il inulii..! Oil iiud lon.sing Itiinio unaljitu-il in i-vory Hcrliim of en j Victoria Comity anrj Jjufuiiiiij.i: t-vcn l'n' ;i11 I'lisiiyemi-'in at Vie- iVi.'ii'c willi i i in reliahie naaners that fourth j Tlu. W.K j nuijor company is a hiea- i tion for a deep lest and (t.-sis 1L vl arc being arranged for bv tluee in-: j teet iron! tile body The lower dependent operators. j jaw iiad become disjointed nml was Three of tlie (our major compan- a ion! iium the. head. 'IT. ,ies siatei) to drill deep wells in the li-fhiiiK wivs in a fairly soud stale jnear future are Illii limnblc Oil of preservation. 'ami llefinini; Conipany al Nursery.: i'i'he Houston Oil Company a few ''itntiliottion was established by j miles luu-ijitast on iiiu .'.IrF.-uhlii a Wl11' l1''-' showman's iraiuli and Ihe Petty I'l'troleum i' and a ceriiiicatc siiow- j Company near lll! aiemlier of a Masonic lot' the inilcpeiulcnt tests is to K. in U'asliington. found imadu neiir liaisin liy a "ll' lj.v Klicriff itolicrl. D [operator ami IIic oilier two are ''isiKm- And .foslice 'T. il'. j slated for other sections of Ihe who lie'd the imiuest. comity. found in cMrreii'-v l.eiisr: vahiej; coutiaiu- lo soar ;ll'd a stoue Mo'.iulain meinoria! np will, the Hnmlile Coinpiiny closiim half-dollar in the cloihins. rjT deal with Aiilon .1. Koliutek, Xur- sery fiirmei-. for a lii.nns per Mas to iiave lia for I'm acres. The Kohulek "r iu rilbh ]li- Iract m ecu s 0111 !Semi-Pro Baseball Circuit Aiitomoljilc of Future to "umbi., company leased the in hw i-''" i" hexinniHB of the hony. lie Organised in San Antonio 10. Powered by Electric Motor. uULDlEH ENDS L I I U fOlero Korordi WOMAN FRIEND S. 1-Vli. 7. th UH- ii il HIM firm utiiafjliv. Tin- uiuU-r- In Ihr lit fiii'ivjify and till- [jlll'lO'.VlH'V rt'M-IVl'd. orr GIRL PILOT IN 106 PARACHOTE JUMPS Til, exeruhou of .Jose Jlel.eo! >r Hie assassination of I'res A .MAX'S intention.-: may IK- KOnil. bin the often fails ti> piulponi'd at Cil on iicdit tli''ln. ;iil resid-'nl Cniii Marmon .Motor <'ar Cinni'-iny dii ti-.l In ro in i the ad- A MAN niiskes mc.ney. lu dims on himself. When h... ily. Man is unfair all Hie lime and every subject ami condition.- Ad bison VKTdlil.V stiaiuins it- self soul11 Ihese days to on th ntonin. will he peifecteil at a -1 nf all (luh managers .'if lllOUI.I.V. Feb. {INSi inenu it-o n, ie la (umpai uitf me ao- 7 rv l'MIHS in Icacue a woman Klajitied hi., i.nin-i- of 1H29 motor veliielo Mmys.- Hiir OlhCI1 SllbStanCC that S'" Allhlili" in a Warsaw lest.nmm.. Male, in cr its predecessors of ID'n.i. want, ,1 Ii ail, a' the Motel Sunday. K.'ii. Konslantin Manila, of tiondeiu. -ni. iliai ,-oula tiiaeh her did not riinry This iiifurmatiini wa< drov.' a l.uil.-l (hr.nia'i his internal fall for lie- idea. Wo FOOli for BaCilli. il) .l letter the- main-.-.-r died on ;vi :lil the of Hie Cucro Turl.ey Troliers from llc had Irici! to rmdeci huv fi.iin the dodo William'. order to convince aa- UiOXVKK. i-'eii. As an- of Hie lea- tin: attentions ihuriiles. 1'rom various KI-. thf heini; set liy ivilians. f.-ll r.o less Hum 1m; s. i, orE" i'i r'r uari, (.vcry in. "Ihr-r day in which C'enii a1. iv Iil'-'1' t'Vesc-nt s'.al- of develop. in this net- Voasr.m will admit tin, hi.; the llliiin.'llp stale >'f 01 senteme lie commuted to life im- inn P Is! nil 3 k X fvctit paKe of the so ihcy a duel with aves here tin- annonncin, in and to -V h- hr' h, ,U 'a-ln .inc. fine for i" 'I- "V Vf'r nu! 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