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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 5, 1929, Victoria, Texas Good Eyesight Neceimy For Good Work in School DR.JACKKAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable Welder Dlelg. Phone 273 VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWESf IN GENERAL Subscription Per Aruiu DAILY ADVOCATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, 1929. NUMBER 20J Timely Topics WHEN YOU GET Into a. Unlit idace. evevythliiK Koe.s against yen. Mil it si'ims as IhoiinU yoJ i-nulil ii'it hMd uu a minute longer, never np then, for thai in jiwi j the phui; and lime tuat tlto tide will Him. -Harriet lleorher Stowo.. PEOPLE DIDN'T KNOW about .klnn in didn't know wliai in lightning, OUTLINED WILL KEEP HOOVER liKltt. a wa.eh. a soap, j pijfty 'rinLJT VPAfiQ W a radio. They didn't know how to I DUO I ClUM I I LAnO SIM about to know Ihinss. They j Highway Worker Slain In Goliad County Monday X ilirln'i tin ii'iiiiy tlilnjTH worth i con- WASHIXOTOX. I'rt'sicUinl Ift-rbori HouvorV, first day in llm Whltn I lousy UJIK by llur oullinliiR of a cuoiprc- You liavi; ail UK? facts von iierfl tu tfol holil of itieso con- i I tensive plan fo kL-op him more ivnic-ni-cs. f mrnls. Advertisements tell you I h'.mkly wtituK-rs you can wh'M'e In buy how to Jeff: M'Lemore, Former Editor Of Advocate, R fl L____ 5 than ou lorni in hold puliiLcul con- wHh Or. Hubert ;uid i other lU'iiuhlicHii leaders. Thi! names 01" Hooretury of the mud, KJ pay. lly readins Andrew Mellon mid hscments you know what they of j v.ill do for yon beforo yon spend wm nat cent, ll.r.v lubricant will isollt lo tlll! for confirmation hi your owu kar. How that President Hoover asks i ,-hctric stove will iishlen work i" j approval of His cabinet. i-oiii will your own kiirufn. Advertisements continue in office under appoint-i spread Hiinr.s before you, so r on- j meius gln-n by ii was: veaieiUly almost by rcivjliiin; jie-aimd today. have Yon find 1 Conpiv.ssioiial leaiiuortionniciit.; them in any heiier store. Their! tariff revision and farm relief ivill: Both Principals Formerly l'1-ic..'s low. lit-caiisc advertise-; bo the major issues of the LlVed 3t [Mineral City, nu'i'.lH u'rte th.-ir us-.- by thousands, j se.ssuiji of Congress to fie called by BG6 COUfltV T! eir h'nie.st, bui-auso. they j 1'resiilcnl Hoover in April, il cue advertised as they are. The announced today by Senator Wai- nAD IW DDilOU' be--l yen cun buy. bec.ilisc wlmt. in i.son of Indiana, the new itepnblieat, AKIStU UAK IN BKUbH widely is what hai sitr- "oor leader of ihe Senate. vi-.ed' harsh public, lesi, i Then Began Firing at Unsus-1 FOUR AND A HALF BILLIONS PCCtinC] Matl at ONCE FOUR BROTHERS lived TO HUN COU NTRY ONE YEAR ia a town I'.boiit the siie of Vic-[ WASIll.S'GTOX. .March loi-ia. One w.is a grocer, one "lame duck" session of Con-, Uov 515 ol- (joun-i t. Merdumt, a dealer annroi.rialetl more than (m'uw lo N.0_ Submitted for Approval ml i Hli1 and Hie other a fanner. nuitterj ovi'i- Ihey i nient next year, indefinite us stiiik buy-j priiiiiou-s iipou-whh-h from eaeh oilier at every oppor- -nelioK nseessxry will luuity. anil never spending our! the lotal 'o inon' tlian four aivl inmi'.y oliler jieople.s billion dollars. ;v.'.jhl doing so." CoiiBi'esa hewed closely to Hie As Hie. years went by lhc. four df-uiarcatioii set down in li-.o bi-ctliL-rs snick to thai resolution. budscl. was Unit when one of iy. was shot and kilted opposite i ll.f ruins of the Aranami Mission. near the hishway a fe'.v miles ive-st of (Iniind yesterdny aflcrnaon nbout S o'elock. Duraud j Cojieland. 21, also of Ilee Comity, went to and stiri-endered to f 'Sheriff Doc: Haynes after the shoot- ;r rr BUM DEATHS ili-.ir bauds, in time, it went; aromiil and Hround ihe r-ircle.. i UAUOt In lime, it four shot ami killed Cope-1 Kcr brother at Mineral; City. lice County, whi.'r.: both of pp .._-i- Chihuahua Apparently On! State to North that Re- mains Loyat. MUEVO LAREDO MAY FALlI Revolutionists Expect der City to Surrender Without Bloodshed. MKXU.'O CITY. .Man.-h The revolt has spread from tl, -Vorlhein ami Slates I Edited This Paper When ieommmuiies south the capita E. 0. Linn WaS PllhliSlier either wholly e in 1887-8 thl! _______' OiiYai'n, Sinaola. Duriiiij-o. THEN FOUNDED REVIEW 0'" State of Chihuahua feems Became Nationwide Figure by Authorship ol Resolu- tion to Avoid War. anil imprisoned proved uninir. I lleneral Conazlo Kacobar is linl .iaiest well known Mexican mililar I jleader to join the rebels. HQ.B-.IJ 'tnilitarr of ilie StalJ let Co.lhnila. from N'osalts comes the i .left: Mci.emove. Tl. fovmer ,.-di tliri''' Ihonsaml rebel n of The. Advocate, died at 1-a- ;he Iwidcrsllip of General redo at'U'nnion of inicn-, lll'u' loiiay are eonceulratiiii; ar I 'moiila after a short illness. "onora. to prepare to was one of ihe best known City. Tin; IVderal troops iinje'r 'Jiiimil paper men in Tt'xas ain! became 1 nationally known prior lo Anier-j c-utrunt': into the jby introduction in consress of arrilh) have relrealoii Tn nm MUCH "SHOOTING" INJLOVED TOO MANY HELLER, ra PI TODAY LOSES HIS MISSION to this section of the _____ Ilia protection of their ......_____ nift-rnnf rn ..n _nn... _ 01 me rebel forces NUEVO LAREDO MAY SOON BE IN HANDS OF REBELsl I.AIIKDO. .March WillT l.'irkiJy. fcitr ttvotliuvs' v. ivos sot tin moii. who arc as their businesses If will the story of ihe four ,rcsls havi' eonneclMi le'i.aiers. ai-.d t-ad, it to children ami lihiv wives the Some of IIH PIOHCV into Victoria iu will stay here, to make all of u. ilealh toll i We will have a In pa-s i.r Vi, land thransh the rourtesy of Immediately anrr the w, dili: Ct'l'eiand. li.iirnins thai fno man [Kiibin Krols. For the most liaxler ivied to. who killed his iirolher was employ-! Hie scenes lilnu-'l were vitally irr.- ilntlev hrr hy l-llini; her of (d on the highway near Coliad.: in Ihe stoiy tiuit is oilier Is UIUII.-LI with v.lvim he had .drove to the point, where he woven throuiihout the plot. How- ht en in ilie la.--t four! v.-orkint; afternoon, park-; a niiinber of indiislrial as years. Icfl him on the third his car in Ilie brush som... as civic scenes also u-oivday. lani-n away. He aliditeil ivith a taken. nbolishiMl. 1I-- was liv- 'i'ovr.'S. marelieci tint of ilu at (iaiveston ilu'ii and latt r, tiii-; morning, Vir.rji- reinovefl lo I.arcilo. At the iir.H1 vviiere LI skirmish look ills death reiiel- exih-ci the si Kcbbronvillc did "I .Vn.-vi- Laredo without August l.S5'J. aad was sun of Mr, aud .Mrs. John Heller, unlives of (lermany, deceasi'd. were this county'-: em'lies'. setll.irs. ._iot'ier in1.1 public oftiie uui-l .Mr. Heller is survived by hi-: wife, formerly Miss Sophie Xted; Pemc-. LINDBERGH STRANDED IN .iiaii-n i.. llftT limillll TPI 'v be.....a ken of lie- o; ------------._______ ,ie .L oiwni. ,i .M and aM.i.-n.ed -tlie eM ,.Oiimi-v .hme. IXDIAN.M'OI.IS. In.l M.i.i, "il] b rh" and h- [JniTUWfi PflMUPMTinW 'h i V i.-lliiu j.-b, i. Tllis (li, is who be nULUIIlU UUiU Lll I lUI 1 from 1-, lie b r lii" HoiiviT ailminislralion" frrealcr ih.in any frnn r icar. ein session :hai. while li-, ili.l not war di.-p.n inn'ni knov.n in i MI..vie, liioy were fiill proeim-ineiit i f.-l.-.ny to ni-il. h.- ci.iiviie eil fr.mi Sinre ol' Ilia' s -Mr.u.i. v .niips. depai tne-iti ai; pulili, :in b- il-.abl iha! -ii.i-.iiu.'d. ii liai b.in- b.'en liL'iil and bttUc.ir lo Indiana iii S1 n Xevv aw li. make it a "ou's 1'i'lhin? beauty illnris are M.i. i Iuwid fail. paniciiiai.. in the h.'vn nf W. Sims. Hhmd affair. T of a mndorn -ul'ial in aiv. a, follow-: ;1 L "IMie C, A Jol.n It'i- le Mich Uiil bin ii v.-.is "ill Tliar-iliiy uioniiii-. bin Fid.-, (i. Iy u'lt, l bulb in', in ...mniin-e i- a will the S.iinl ami .H-. Mi-s Mary i.s rii. f n -is'r.inls und in .....Vr pi.-.-etn id-ini aivos. .IHM .lunnii.- YIVIII v.'ill in l! It-line and Ih.' Yi, ir Mi liinrv sin.ir.s; ii'- ,1- re-': by w.iiins a ia ii inch .liltch followia; i'. .lie ei th.it oim- 1111- Ibe ,1 VKt.n-i.i "H IMilj
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