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Advocate (Newspaper) - February 27, 1929, Victoria, Texas SHARK Good Eyesight Necessary Fof Good Work' in School DRt JACK KAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 009-10 Weliler BWg. Phone 233 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 -AFTERNOON EDITION.- FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND ftTOR Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWESf IN GENERAL. Timely Topics AN AMERICAN bathtub, hn-akf.vst foods, furnace down in ilu- heart of ICmopi- wtnhl hf! unmistakably an Amer- i If an An American 1111111--; the nit of hi.-: rout, tlit- tie of his J llf, lliu lotnl; of his M the streets of Em-opt- is in all j hh obvkns ail .str.mp American i homes anil owiu'rs uf homes wilh a of national pattern. They ei-pate ik-jin- (or Iho same kind of) VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY Subscription Per Annum NUMBER 197 E SCEHE c nun atui tiic most advaiKc-ii' of things. to pit! in' homos. io ilress. nonr-1 ifih. enleitalji Hie jrt-opV-. Offices to eqiiin anil operate olfices. Thoy set America right about ra-j dios and litk-ums.....tell business-1 m. n, housewives. offi-. Georgian and Bostoniati to dais how 10 MUSI, teeth: clash for Retired Tim- cut UK- iiatii-rn of our pigy's CrOWIl. souitl lives ami surroundings from I _______ advertisements. keep modem; only wiih Un-ir jjitimale so forward with them, as we vvouhl swim sun without them. And Also Governors and Con-j form our lasles and (liscrlmiiui.J IjreSSIlien Will WltllGSS j hiiitc values by nsins their PriZG FiCltlt Advertisements offer us patterns i .______. that mean quick steps 1 Torch Stolen Miles Away Used In Bank Robbery IS! 1 CUT S 111 Will Defend Record A A i MILLIONAIRES MIAMI. Fla., Fch. i the ironically eohirfnl s-'ttitm of JKIamliiKo IVrlc. with u bm-ksriiiinil; PBESIOENT COOI-IOGE swiiyiuK .lae.k s.'iarljc-y of sdon retire to private- life i Uoston am! YOIIIIK of Ma-1 F.en-ing live years, seven months Us-, v-'il! batik- tonight before' ninl :v day ua president. On Munra mosl ilistinsuislu-il andienee fimrtli will he-tree to t-iijoy his ever wiiiu-ss.'d a prize fiRln. liu has found iho and savor-., liSlitftil ever since lie Ihe pud- li--' into his coniiilence in Ihe famous "I do not to j'iin ''ra! Vli11 bt; OI> STOLEN FROM VICTORIA DESERTED IN WESTERN TEXAS! mi aiiostlc of economy. Ilej exhibited hlmsell' as one helilc-r imuillius (0 grub utul tuiincliiii-il rim L-VI Tin's uas a treat to many. Safely Back Home F WiLIS r incc S j'UHS u LUuu Instrument Taken from Shop at Cameron Used by Bandits. Robbery Discovered This Morning by'Employes of Barbershop. I CAMKItOX. Kub. search io hems lodav tl-.p thieves v.-lui i-nicn-d a Cam- i io" l-'isl nislir an I :took an siceiyloiii- turcit. Ihru ilroi i ti-n miles west of hulls. tlu.y i 'holts Stale IJaiil; and robbed it will again silver. Tlic njliliury v.v.s ilfsi'uven-il III if "i ULII nit i Jit 1 Irjt' II ,lr- against H thir.1 term, wind, we. be- Mr is c.xlromelv salutary. yf ut- think, hutter to Sau Aii2i-io loday io I'tw Ameriir.ns will fail in v.isii' l.im happim ss and runteiiiinciil tho future. K IF! PIMM I! Will he 'Built at Texas City by Transcontinental Oil Company. LINE TO CROSS STATE To Run from Yates Oil Pool "in Peoos County 440 Mifes to Coast. SAX AXCKI.O, Feb. H Mi'llcliiMl of Fi. Worlli, 'P if Kldit ami general inan- Ih.: ihiitoil I'rcnliiier.v Cinajjuiy. aiiiioliined to- ih i' tin nnasinntiiicntal oil (.rei-l a J i 1 1 t' City. l liliml. of iln.- ,.ain nn GO. nuniilTT nnOT i m bAblNc I FUST P.OTIJ A MCCJ pec, m> ,y hc w, 'fniQcn nv nnwnwAM Oor-.s Murphy of sai, iLrUoLl! 01 UUNUVAN ______ I IVivz will lioM. parents. AuthoriliM, fc'.trr.-.jnto Ohio, l-Vli. QlMTflKI OTfll CM PiO of the -Mnro !han urti, hnnu-; Olll I UN 0 I UlCN IAH it and rcad Y "9 n rur' for fiis n REFUSES' INSURANfiF nuujuo inounHHUL n o aa exliiliiliini uiulor the ailsiiin-s uf to to th: bo i ASIllN'C, i pek Hu1 Arl in tin- holding Mr. and Mrs. n-Mdenl L-li-i-t Herhert Hciover i'hamb-T nf C'omnu.-r, rooms V'ri ..Sharp, not tieoltj entirely fhoiki'ii tnilay when in-1'day. Marrh I. iroin I f> r, the'r exfllanalion ilnt loniii-il by Coi. s. .r. DOIIOV.-MI .'ii-. will a ileinniistra-, lef4 nciri's with them. hi: hail (li'riiled nol !.i au'ept of liis unusual im-tliuil of! (liilcniaii'itial lionvi-r's ,-ahinet. ONVIGTOHIA SANTA ROSA. RELAPSE SOFFEBED H is '.di'ii-anl to viH'onl >m-li a ('--ntial anil l.ithl fjovcraniftil. rippn'ciut. li, (ir.iml-.- Vail.-y iiVT Ihr valin- of Ihe e.v iu-'li'M lion IV. .Martin. nf lenilrd free The liigh nffji i.ils vcr.. "Thi- luiver-.il is in Any blind ji-.-ivon ,.an .m-t the in this i iiy ami will uve 1-innl.hly writins. .Matilda A'luli r Magazine. Mousey, X. V. LARGE ADDITION TO FAMOUS ISLAND TO MB GARAGE IS TICS' YKAHS Act) IVIK Icilll (hi- ivlanl a; Tin- pliint is slsniflin if Mr. A inuil.Scr nt" bi-i'i) Io to tlip pbnl, b'li tloc.-'n't M-i-in to a.eivo on wliwt )n'r hmi WHO 1 :IIVX, --TO BE PRIEST'S HOPf OF ANNUAL v' SCHOOL CENSUS TO BEGIN ON MARCH 1 i--- l Flvh ll--'- T In ME MAY MARSHAL FOCH IS TO JURY TONJOHT REPORTED I', o v .n jiu ,'vir.-..! I this -o. iiis w.ii M; atl.l innn.-v. uvni in ihc i.-.ilnvniary .Th'-ls -ill-' ll. L lii- j
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