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Advocate (Newspaper) - February 21, 1929, Victoria, Texas Good Eyesight Necessary For P Good Work iu School PR.JACKKAHN iS Oplomelrisl Permanent, Safe, Reliable Welder Bids. Phono 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMR Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWESF IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum mm- igifflely Topics SOMETIMES HEAR lliii expressed llial'lf this, town be this, ami eiiuld be tual. better it would lie. le of us have looked about its uive seen oilier towns that d to Jirosjier intirc, tliat .se-ew- have more lit ihluKs that for MMor a VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21, 1929. NUMBER 192 MRS. J. SHERIOAN, GASOLINE BRIOE IS Ii WELL MM HERE, IATESTIH KANSAS! LArlHto AT UULnOj nb. ____ latest fad hi lhin section Tiie many Victoria friends 'K "ie bride." caused by Mrs. Josephine, Sheridan of IM-'liijr "r'tice of marriage, law j will be deeply uric-veil tn Icaiu of 1" about milc-i lo tin 'icr doalh, which oecm red in Cnei" Illur111- Tuesday morniiis of pnenmon-! ive liuro. true, some towns do have yfiMOf? Hum we luivo. but in the of inslanci.s they have Mickc Gruy, Local Contractor. [MASONIC LODGE JTHREE SENATE BILLS 111 BESOLUTIONS ON PASSED BY HOUSEum DR. J. B. HUDSON; -U-ST1X, FlfCTIfll Ian lj iai I "'alter cbamb.................. UriS I'orc loday from imms receiv Ur WtlUnl i'or at tho oslatc. -I-I- Wt'KKlJ 1 W i i iff :l I .-i it JI'H i' III vnuf nril-i v 11-tutu 'iv. i i r. bod> was Iirsl exhnined Sat-: Cur ciiy Alderj.nn: h iiorn n-ady I., do whin i {m :shi" baj.pier by j i'dixe and (lie .Simon ,-uul White tlie hum.' of a hlilijc mints or thinks he can do. X h tlcdscd. Mvll u'o'ncn '.vho s.lceeed. do so, nut Ihey have i Hie plan? yvjjdnpH. v.ln, have ability are messes t ..'nil their ll.i'v' _ Hie vi.cera make a HiTY AiM "u'-'f "ly and ,he job. If yon j M Ol rniOlUlAWi Mrd. 1 on bis way neighbor ise lu, Wils fhut in lull ill 111., yesterday when her three brothers an'1, one sister perished tlie The parents and av.olher child in Hie hnspiuil horribly l.illlo hope is held 101- their recov- ery. PHICC nnonocn nv tir" nuLsio UrrUohD BY i corpse had been buried without Jthougii a hill I been prescjiled to i.rcb.-ile JAKE HUJI.MKL c. A. suiirciiKin .A. T. I'AiiKKi: tl. Adams FOKT WORTH, Veb. Hills' [mdy was buried in Strnnc-- 'of a nf Miles Kovcrnins H'-'st on Fve J'. 1-ur Lhiiiriuaii I'.stcntivu Comriittr-jj of Jnc suiclc riioviiig I bo over tiic fuiu-ral B FIUTa I ween country points which would lia.- uirCL. -imposp a penalty of 10 per cent nl. 'toys before (lie burial. for Commitlc-euitii: lo anything of youriPUnT HU TCMAftlT t be a .self-starter 01111! Dl I tWAN !CHANfiFTn Jmm IU 000 BONO )N ,HH-STOV "T "w made. hnllet imo his and ,he lh.' -res, of U'eadock. UUHU OL I :rr, .OTHI.K, but NOT TO TrV ,'ij: liSClets AND THINK .i'i'Ktoii nol !Physician, was believed to be re-1 Tlnvo only by to nlwuys be (areful. OCCASIONALLY A MAN that Ihrou-h it- ol.y 111' iu i ufiiA NU i i u c'-f i Aj BE REPRESENTED TOURNAMENT BEST TEAMS, hisiory PLAY HERE :AT BEAUMONT, TEX. THEN AGAIN A man may stioivjwilh asi-aiilt 10 inurder lufeie .Inn very pu'ir by Caies at.'Hay Cily. wa.-i ai ii-vlMioii. The shnnlins; follow, d nil A FISHERMAN. BEING for belv.edi Hoiililin. ss, lold I in: jiulie he mii.-s fr.nn iiuoxlcaied at a Scnicbmau's thl! "ani over jwv Th.- sentenivd n witnesses yniil. days for Victoria lii.uh will m.l be Hi yev and and .Mrs. lii-ny Hill of her a brcllier an dtwo sisters b.-.viiiB prriedcd her in death. -en, d n 1 i u T wci-'h" "uU in iM.sliicr i.Hskci- (U-jn oliliiinrd IHJI- t-m t'n-v i. n in Yoakum S; Hie largest school in tliL- counly other lhan Jill" I'alll W.-ldvr Si-hnolnl-lhl.i 'cily. only recently defealed lal- i-r scbiHil iu twn dceisiv. of s. ill Ten nnnncMiii JILI tU POLIOhMAN !'T. life Koss I HEARD MY friemlV wife ,av, I UilUrO Urf OIDI MLLo UlriL, onUUIo piorrn nision r iiiooiaiiiKton siwnimH u.i.iiier.! cnni PUTTIMP uncc uinL, otiuuio And evpiniii.s i UUI uul lliiiu RlUuo oiOTcn HMn r "x QON F UUVW vciiles in Cither shipping or, Sunday hnvi- M'ftiDns, of baski'ibal! forin-r- live k iu Ihe Citv h-i t-IVSN named a Inve are licins sup-. is 'v in (he by both Am- Hictzvi and he d-t i-, ;.e. Nalinnal Live As-o- lu-feht. liictxi-l's ami Ihe .National an in o[ Hi.- j of of (mills of ,y'. Oi'.iu'v'. ird hail isnt HKlik- bend l.i'.e cinl'Ioyrl i'1-' [or Ho l'i SVur.J.-iy ir.toks. .S.inford Oranse from C sfi. Tli'-v b _.__ OIUNC.I: N. .t. n-b. c' lllUnPU TWC 1. it1: -.t; illld rail pill mv [I UNDER THE UsMl.i she had jilt- mvvi.d men we a lot of polu.-enwn si Ill-roes. Torn -losliaa. iveMth- ;in'' Mi-- t How BEWARE OF THE 1.1.111 ston- soniid.i !o.i Hi1.1; dr. ni 'hai Ii.. rc-li.iinc-i. Mrs. w-a-- v. n iiis r, .1, Muoney. i'i.- I'rclty Ibeir lie i-iiniiie down firn-d ih" tun un him-..If, int'lii I i.> Vonh.nin Siiinnl.iv fm "Will ton vole for maplzinrt f-.r liis cat He. wa.; -i lu-ar b, an. II li.-ve in lia-ki-iball StUnt. Mmnc4hi iii Vi-'ioria for in .iinicui. ,i-i in :i iritical condition. j ,i! :c-'l v. ii liiay. 1'hvy deieMle-d d.-ail, of hn-ibiinil. (luMm iom. IVu-rs, si-nloaisl lie was shut r'.y i-l 1-', hrnary r, and