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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 11, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DRSJACKKAIIN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 509-10 Welder Dldg. Phone 233 EDITION- FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND mm Easy Terms Phone 159 j 3 Gco. H. French, Publisher. 'S VOLUME FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 11, 1929. 183 --t i THE DECLINE OF RADICALISM. RECENTLY AN Inlc-niatloiially known liberal made a, statement to. the effect that radicalism of all] sorts in A.nt'ilia at its lowest! point In generations. Tills .statement lioine o'.it by the J'cjii.irkiild.v poor showluif of (he Lovely New Windows Grace We ila lid jieed to look far afield Of LOUPCleS [or the answi'r. There are out- j stitiidinj; reasons; one is the xrow. j liberalism of American capital and the other the high status of American labor will, its increasing knowledge of the inseparable, ceo- RUSH TO HARVEST ICE CROP; FOOT THICK IN HUDSON VALLEY IT ft] Y.. Feb. jj j I 1 1. --Due lo Hie continued .BROUGHT FROM BAVARIA cold weather, ice dcalt-in who j harvest Ice from various so'ir- i   other professors left Hie I same time. Administrative Dis- trict. 21 COUNTIES INCLUDED Judge Pool, Presiding Judtje, May Act to Relieve Con- gested Dockets. The new nrnne which finds most support U a simple reversal of the prc- v sent form to I'e.s'.-HiJdii. Some, hou'ever, {joint out the otjjec- tiotliiblf.' significance ol the word pest in many laaiii.'aije.-i iind would prefer jo ilie name simply 4.; Squadron to Arrive Here at }1 O'clock Tomorrow Morning. ,TO LAND 4 MILES OUT Fliers Will be Guests oi Ro- tary Club at Noon Luncheon. NATIVE VICTORIAN DIES SUDDENLY AT Distria Jmljfo J. r. Pool of this; cily. reeenlly appointed by Cover- Dan Mou'Jy as presiding judso the Kourtb Administrativo Judi- to succeed former UiH- tritt Jailse John 11. Orcen ot j Cuero, bavins a survey made Mrs. A. sprinsall jll-.c duckets of the twenty-one coun-j lies jiug (he district lo ar- j rmiB" for special court sessions.. District Clerl; 1.. X. llofer of this ciiy is writing the district clerks whose respective countiea for tho A Fjj'.iiitiron of urmy iu'Wied by Colonel James A. Maiv. V'i'.-ld. Sun will l-jud ai. th-- landing field, n.-'.ii' jtnilca out on llw Edna road, H lo'clrj.-i; Ti'.esduy and the is urged, ti out and witness the io: the transports and show ,i arty wek-onia tn the sudden death occurred at her home information. Ii San Antonio Saturday at! lilw (Us presiding was formerly Miss .lisirieis. REV. P. B. FEENEY The Viclorl> Ciia meri'e tender its ii-r of Com- ormer prcsi- of l.uurdes (.'litireh, wliii'l. was dedicated .March 25. The oilier two dream of friendliness and co-opera- windows were in .Munich lion between the worker and Ihe j One is to Ihe meimiry .in., p.-is-! financier seems to have been real-j tor's parents. Karl and Mary Ami ixed in America, the icvid of op-' h '-The Imiuacu-; Victoria fotluwin liortuiiity for the individual. Tlie other is aiutures for three days in succession.'islcr memorial to Mil luel YOU ARE BUSY. You haven't jW11S "ic Kiit of his chihlr..-u. lime to learn ivbout things unless j subject of this window is "Tha jnioniliiK- they really interest you. Yet hcrc'j I J'lesentaiion of the Virgin; Reports received I Considerable Injury Suffered By Peach and Citrus Il Fruit Trees. i' Clear told iveath'jv continues temiier- dr-ni. P. (i. Fc-eiie.v. is lo be Iraiisfcrrpi a fave-.vell dii tiiniiii: room of I ut The dinner will bi and ;v native Victoria. Mrs. recovered fiolli two of paralysis and stroke shortly before her death. of She hud returned to San Antonio j lU-tunisvillc, vrliere she attended a idse of each di-ilrict has authority to transfer district from had imu'ticiillyjum, jnjjciui district to another, or strokes eouiily to comity wiihiu his jurisdiction, for Oie relief of coti- S'.-sted dockets. It is y.robable that Pool will iioid a specii'4 session of the District Court in UuWjtt County. Spans Stream at Wyatt i CrOSSilKJ 011 Victoria- of Commerce, has in'ii.h ROad. Ul! necessary as to I the transportation of 120 FT. LONG, COST is _______ one who can to druv out in ili---ir Built of Creosote Commissioner Sclierrer as Lateral Road Project I cars and thus show our 'tipn ot the visit of those c> i the air squadron. Tlio will be the j ihe of -J5 or Wist Tcxatf, open j Mrs SprJ-llifall-3 Mrs. of popular inin- j nohwt was an nreom- .enervations be 2f. Saturday nioruiuK, 21 1-i wilh -v ''rlniile, manaser musb a-achers, iilny.'., tiny, mnrniiig and 2; decrees this i lhl' Chamber of Cnmmevce. for Ibe VOUUE; people's dances Tuesihvy eveninS. i uere nearVy hnlf aso a way to leuru everythin in lhc by i 5. CHAMBERS, .hut concern your personal life iu almost no lime ut all. Jilst turn 1 through uictuccd and run; your ere clown intcrcstins reading, i njCfj TUIQ You leuni of the best to shave, i SJltU i "SO dies.v, brusJi j'oiir teelh.makc your; j-r flPn food belli.'.-, healili homo A I litH richer, self huppler. The razor.; _____ underwear, toothbrush that will j CHambers. died act iu the best way for you. Xewjal ,70; wonders you t.u, buy-where to s, Indicate that live stock have noi i suffered much ihvmase irom l A farewell reception also T.-lll Jeaf' she Or5anist of St. Mavk's n ii p c Riven Feeney by the par itsbiolicrs of St. Mary's C'hurch. tho I onl" 1.1 e injui} Catliolic UaiiB'nlers of America and i tm und i lm, colnnibus in I svhith were in full Churca beeiiuse of the crowded con- The jutlRc icludcil the rCFinlnr sis-week, ses- of tlic court there Saturday (I convened court in G'oliad court in i bat county is three but sinco there are wot San; many cases to trr there, Judge ,y retiring. i expects to be able tu In Gildition to her mother, SCS310I1 hl tirnt. to hoW tcn. pringall is stirvived by her bus-' snechil scs'iion in DoWitt .ot- llM m Ulin, rlool. o( who is employed in the offl-: County after regular term iu iOXI AHflMft TH J U jtces of tlie M. K. T. Railway in; S o'clock. public is Antonio and is irciisurer of the j inviied to iitlend. j Diocese of Texas; i Jl'vo children, and one sister. A 1'Ve-i Archie riarl.-. and broker. Buildliii- Couuty. Rotary club at their noon luu- A new briilRo across the (lun-iiiis chcon ;lt the Denver Hotel, tor Creek at what is knuwn us the which lime a poud V.'yatt crossini; on ihe Victoria- i been propaivd for Hie enttrtaiie Salvni road iv.is opened to truffii: n.e-nt of Hie visitors. i Vincent S. Fritz of the The structure is ii JjMoot civo-j has ciw.rativl inole uiliij., bridse and cost committee in U was bum as a luleral road pro-j siCTS (lie adjacent. jwt under the supervision of j vvhc Scherrei, county commission-1 ,Irjve flu. luLUtc the placo 1 nvl.itni-j will land. Tile sii-oadrciii v. ill bo v.-ilconn i at the- field by .Mayor S. S. Kittcrl- anil Chamber of Commc-rcu offi- s and v.'ill be escorted cr of Prcchicl No. 4, where th-, 01ES AT VICTORIA', i'ort i I o'clock. i -Mrs. number.-: in Mar-: buy them, what lo pay, the exact Bcod they'll tin. What thousands or people are cujoyius, cnimty. Dcceaibi-r ll.j what those eniuymeiits are. Uood iliu! n.sidi nl ofj in home decoration, serving Victoriii for ITi vc-ai's. Sle ui to avoid mistakes, Hie widow of .1. Chi make the most of yourself, thetdicd here in IW'J. Surviviui; most of your money; bow to save, i one sou. v. Ch.inilit-rs of (his K' All this iu just the few minutes and une daughter. Mrs. J. i! takes to stance over ailvcrtisins j Croud, of U'ilcox. Ari.i. daily. kiunvlcdb'e'! 'I'lic- nil was fiom tin: resi- Ai'veitisemelits talk to you simply, j'lo-ncf this iilK'niiion uf fnur "'clock bnetiy. yin.'j- smcivl wares plain-jw'H> in Hi" Kvi-vju-fi-i. tery. Itev. C. It. livcwsler of tin; remova! to sanj Charles Tboiiiiison, both VMAf hy Uight Ucv' J-avacil- IcVhN Shechiin'paator The A... ___ jof st- Mary's church, al tile two touio tliis atternoou. Rev. and Sunday und by Father Mrs. Lee II. Robert., and Miss Al- i-Venoy himself nl the 10 o'clock brouin Merman -riceo men SESEtiTS H TUES. NIGHT -i- [1 V e was r'' T'Jl! camc :i- S Victorians iiuioni: the in Attendance. They i An c-iuertainmcnt of unusual) iliuilily will bo presented br the 10L'aU''' sloermer, Tti'. died ;it; his bunm at COS North .Main Street iu this city this mornim; ut o'clock iVTter au extended illness. Mr. stoermer was bovu in Kay-j Co' Yonkum in hid eiii'iy UU I MM] toermer was born in Kay- ny unty August 1S72. U.JJJI ly before you. ius at once. little habit of news each day. wisdom fur you. Von tbcir iiH'.iu-; 1'orm the pleasiin'. I Church conducted i-tliiis their RHOI! Their I.uts mean ttinn :is a Court POilchnieiit ;lt todity in u'ljuire ten House Kdrirci n( of the proscenium moiled muri! tliun ii Intniired nesses. Six nf Hi, ,n a snri.ri.--e and was most regretful-i were with Mrs. SprintMll ut tin tonirfit the "ml olw "1C fmm' 1 P ly received by mcctiiig in ilrowusvillc lust i The oub "liuiy A njv- mo'vcm.-iltV, whom tlie niiuiiiCT has faithfully I week. I... ihe owned a cotton nin at Vciakum -ml t.f'iYimiiiv i of city will sjionsor i .nuHi l.uc-i .il .nil served assistant D.ud upon the salr of tlie pant in-for ,m- and receive one-half of m.-imited iM.ifo, s-nicc jojj snun I n IB a 'o ami Green four vears i v- i- LIU DMniMflMH 1C1 proceeds. A return cnsaEcmeiH Stajlin i will be lunde by the I'atti We! 1 ll who I'arcd a ider llipl, School, wbr-n a phiv will Uli'a- In. presented in cucro "'Victoria. ef t', f, years a.t-o hf sold (lie f.ohtii, riu r-iriiinory nf Ux--ny fler hi- .irric frpin Jlcliiiid. IT IS PLEASANT think, i under the snow. Tliat stretcher. M, bleak ami blank i nnd cold Ale bfauiy and wnrmth that wt, can' nut know. Giccu fields and leivvcs, aud blos-i SOUK- of sold.....Ilempstead. i THE LIFE OF .-ill airt'l.utr- mr-yf c.vcrcd tli.it of automobile; i fien- miles bt-tuccii i 1MV and 192S- THE UNITED STATES air mail' carl led 1.1 I'M liouinis of mini ill; tile reccivini; compensation. TAKE LIFE TOO scii'ffi-Iy an-1 wliuf is il worlii? If the morning ,n lin new jny. if ihe eveu- Ili'-'s tnill.; us no! the ilojie of plei'surrs. is it worth while t-v dre.-M iind undress? s the sun .-l.ine mi todiiy I re fleet on yt-.-'ii-nlay? Th.il I m.iy ciidi-ai-or to tiiivci. ami to whiil c.in iiC'ifber tio for-een nor K.'lilroll'd I lip ili'Sliny nf low. Goethe. THE HAPPIEST DENTIST (if- liui douu iu the muulh. TB1BUTE IS PAID TO THE BODY OF DR. J. 8. m-; Father i'ccncy bus beer, prumol-: tf> the ofiii-e of administrator Ann's Church. Iho second! "sl ilaruvs! parish in Siin Antonio.i arc liasi'd lli.  il bs olber ciuinls ciiarKe 1 lency. rtivcriiion nf funds, un- i Payilli-nls spr-< -el illlll inisiise of ilu- if, brv.ilv-iti.u' no ;in inipearlllueiil .'.ciir. ,lt_ ICnnicc- Moore. ucari.v three year.s old. ihe (la'.r-'bt-i Mi: and Mrs. .1. W. U. Moiire. dini iit tlie family liunii- oo l.iim iu this city o'cbu-k Hutiday Ir.iwed deep cnio- of nu-pneinmuiia. u iv-fi.rriii- to bis departure Tho funeral si rvires wore held ;t, ours-e cif his sermon ycstor. the residence ibis mornini; ;it it lie said til'.1 ouly j o'clock find iutermeiil vv.is rnude lie harl he left ,'n the ry llev lifhud .-did i! was very hard for'''- U. lirewster of tlie Kir.il .Metlio 'lim !o leave inane frii In-I Church Hmoiif; his parish-j oner.- and the penrde nf VATICAN AND ITALY mm] SIGN TREATY ENDING J J i 1 59-YEAR CONFLICT 'Jjjj JJ IIIi.Mi.'. l-'eb. A tivaty the .'.III cniinirt bvtwi-i-u Caibolit aiirl Italian Slate ici a' iMnn lud.i of his pr :Hi, it-ad nf iia< a, nitireci iu ;is a i ivi1. !r session [i -ii-st of ill 'r.iif Only a li nf the rlrireii tlic i-- prt" se fi iendsb.ip. l.i'.-y Tins XI i hiirr ii, n for yeurs n-jili iJ'MI'll nf llireili I'hamtn-r of Coin- j us al :o -t-rved as pre--- Viitiiri.i l.ious Club 'li of his public spirit ha< I, lion nt ihe ministers litizeus. OH nil l-v.-iir-y will i i iiiM'-s nf pcopl.. 'here us )i. a, his remov-' Jimy's rlriivh bv Sbiel. unw a; ii will, .-.vilsfae.' i i( rbiiriii in s.in BUI lor the SUiists ot ihe seniors cf I'atti Wei-1. been in fiul'nii ,der .lunns their stay. Plans niacli- to make their visit as.tut ami tMitertaiiiiiiK. A buf- liiiichetin liniiariiijt the senior isui-Ms will bo .1 feature of the day. 'Tbi.-- will he held in the Junior Ctil- Ib'ge room. Miss .Milhr iv'lin-'j sponsor. Kescrved s.ertious decor.itnl with colors will he marie Ibe t'li.y. These will be appropriately with the class colors 
                            

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