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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 6, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR. JACK KAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 500-10 Welder Bldg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLMD AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWf-S F IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annuml VOLUME 31 DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFrERNOON, MARCH 6, 1929. NUMBER 203 Timely Topics DESPISE NOT ANY mail, and d-1 nol spurn anyihing, I'or I--- no Kian ihut has nol 111.--, hour.: no' is anything that has not it" Hen Azai. if S3 DO WE NEED a new canal, to buill in Nicaragua, or can the plllp I pn p M I r r present Panama Camd be enlarged (jfj [IjAuU U H i t I" 32 !Woolworth Co. Shows Faith In Victoria's Future! very litllr- aboin this. A iiivi'stigiit inn is necessary renori ill-.- tails. Therefori-, I an- clad in idai the Senate ha; I-'- HKAI.Y l proviiled for SIK h International Xews Kervice Tun can.ds some advan- Staff Corre.-ipoudent Ing-s that one does not imsscss. i-i- CHICAGO. i lieciiilly in mailing it more diftl-1 "Sc.ii'fuco C'apone, as was ex- i nit fnr ii hostile fl-et or force inclusively foretold by Intcniutioual i separate our Malniic and 1'ai.ifie j Xi vvs several months ago, I iir-val forces by obslrucling such .'mii( j arliiicial j This ivas officially acknowledged i Maybe. iiu- will j chief of Detectives William {U h< Ip lei all del ide whether a iit-iv i solid maker here after lie had ai-i rai.iil. in Xicara.mui, or clscsvhere, icinpted to couph; tile massacre. is worth higher cost limit the i shiyings of seven Kmgtsiors 10 the' SAYS AL CAPONE HAS QUIT Calies Faction Assurei Friendliness of Hn- t'fsiiama, activities the defunct. Ca.- IE HEBE [IltO OITSlllffili the Concrete These Wilt be Departments to be Added lie- lam r available gang, railing to do ibis i jjiglil Iraasiis; Unu believed had I i- i "n tired." i COMMANDER BYRO'S discov- [o ohlaincd ery uiiknuwn laud in the Hie famous gangster at hi  hints here tiiat led to ihe com- oi n x-w York mail has sold his modest home on the d cision Io its s.tor- n slir, tluit the sciiius i has his hoase -'up for sa.li-." Hr.fhps, the naiionuid..- i suits covered iiolh cur- Tile trutli of 111..- mailer is tha'- lo'-il1 OM M VETO; JIarc'i mi will bold ils meritl as; I IN FATAL Real Test to Follow Drilliny] i of Thirteen Shallow Welis at Nursery. OIL FIND EXPECTED I Everything Points to Such] Discovery with so Much Interest Taken by Major Companies. i The Hnmhlft Oil am! Company is shipping In the equip- i fOllCieS Will jmnit for n number of deep tests in I U.S. AlllhaSSa- jilio Nursery gas field, nine miles j TflllS Mexican President, jucvlli of Victoria, and has maae[ j the location for the fir.it test ou I MONTEREY WelUer u is aulhov- i HiULvnly reported. Youngest General Appoint- i cd.by Secretary of'.'war tO Regain City. ;year and since then the com- i has drilled twelve shallow :XH.'0 CITY. March i wells, its thirteenth well now ne Much significance attaeheil completion. The wells avu 1 jrtay to unusual exchanges, of cour- j from one to five miles apart and of President i'ortes, ;an average depth of 650 feet. Thert; J Gil and American Ambassador 'is, an outcropping of iiuartzite. roci- j Dwighl Morrow over the silna-: unusual for the coast country in I j lion brought about by the revoiit-', the vicinity and this, with the ex- tensive drilling operations of the The American ambassador assiir- i Humble Company, tend to confirm- ed I'reshlent. (ill thai the Hoover generally accented belief tha; i administration would continue field embraces a salt policies. jdeme or other oil .structure of emir All available troops in ihe cap- ita! have departed and there are The Honsum Oil Company fe.w outward signs of a revolution i h.u-n drilling a series of shallow ,here. Ilnsiness is proceeding as] wells on ibc Kyle north of land adjoining the llnnible Com- j UtniTiil iMiltarclio Calies. miu-; iialiy's lioldin-.-s ami will drill a of war. today brought furti! deep test northeast of the jfinii tin- ranks Mexican; field or. the MeFaddin Ifcnu.li. i army a modern XaiKdeon to re-'which adjoins the Welder Ranch. capture rebellious citadel of; all Ihe- surrounding K-r- i Monterey. of th- state or rilory is under lease to other major i noiil 'ts ,s UJIUL-I lease 10 ou.er major Dients, was fMlM.ti, raiioae and Ciuih have at VVoolwurth store was es-, Al-STiN- i champio-i divwce lovn in )lillvtl '5 i.eon. lie is On.-ral jnaa 'companies. after year.s of domiualion. Victoria etcv-n 5 ears i bjll became a: isiaies us I Aialres th0 younsest gen- i That oil fraternity (hifVi bn.-iness men. who helk-ve risht-; as I.iEhlburne building I1u, passed liberty lo-U-ral commandiM- a division in tin-' m, oil field to be developed i-. will chei-rjnlly hieftains. 1 NV-vili Main being erected j over the ROverunr's iiwnit lilc :icliml i The appoinlmeut was Xnrscrv is further indicated hy ill, 1-ol.i action, as will reputable: Their dorr .rack v.-ntllre. ially for l-'oiir years Wvonin- i'-'-M 1 i-n d .Several I-Vderal foreev eMensive rovalty interests pnhlfshers. they h, noleworthy in record- reduced floor, Senate passed the bill ocer (h; here Monday of'are reported on the, e bv the companies in "KI careers s-ans- !f I'-'.-e and ,ub-leased nal- of lae lcri'y !lml lfe "Ssmnplioi. is: addition their losing opera- CITIZENS OF VICTORIA wero merely -playloys" and vt..u. Ul that Alma.an is in lions, such bv th- Ham- consider ,heir im-om, iax ,00. u is understood, l.av- P-prietreHses of QMC ADE !WilB davs. 'T" !hi, Comp.v.y itself indica.e its iiirns. f.-M'inn's generally, being millinery VIUIUIUH 1 HllO H11L i 'k The little border town of Han fjilh in ils own opentions FOB CONTROL Si.igl. who h.M ne! in Qf GOMPAHY IS flu- Miss s who ai for r, city buselull .earn, vote I! I.. UlllL is ,-vcn talk ubonl NEED OF RAIN M-IV is even talk iiDoai imin io.----------------------- nii-r i -v.is GONT1CT WILL BE BUT ARE i ri.--iT AWARDED SOON FOR Til'- r-v 'if UL; sut-i t r, -1 i-' SM l t'.i IMS. the diamond lliri nrn PCQlnEMPC i.i r.iuni v. This- was two 'f-v-r Hi- more k flLLULn I1LO ULIlUL i i, v..r, shut T..' _ io.-s ilium-; of arc j In.l.. March io lii- r.-innis uniler the battle ln-tvvfcn John 11. Koch-- [a.-.. fi Her, .Ti., and Colonel W. 'i'iie nnjnial rate is 1 pel SI'.'Aarr frr Ihe ronlrol of tlh on rh.- fii-s'i in exi-ss i Standard nil f-imp.uiy of Indiana ill- .rson.-il and IT. i will ]dace lent on iieNt Til, P-T ci-iit on the liiilam I' is biu'i d on Kin -.van's 'h- Miiiiix apply to ii-i in- i" onne, lion u-iih Fed-. s.Vl.KM. X. h n- ;iN5' in CM-.ns of MO.i'i'in. -'i-al Covernmem's Tllis wil...... A lien, lioihcfelb-r is Irving !o ousi is ;faKs and pby rs Io In- IT WOULD SEEM wart from .onlnd of Ihe affairj one of its sflio.d ''iii--'1- will j ,itli ami roll-in m'm'l'-'r. drtac'un, n of Viclorin to of lit., ,-onirany. ;V vi-t.i I'r.rk tin's U Inth-rs ar- finding their ii-hls miles SILK- i.i ilieir An iriv---.liuali-n h.- hy nfi-i Moon. and MIS. .tnha l s jh moisture I'n-y rue' n- and ,irenii-es i ftp 1 nni Tfin n int.n-r. intere.--ls are o-ing acquired in In- sei-tinn. ihe EXPECTED 'I'-ttv IVlroIe'lin of S.in AROUND JUAREZ SOON is t" make 1'ASO. Jiareh. least six oilier ironp.i -.v .s >'onnty. im hiding one tomorrow. tn mi nnw n-rr-ri YOUTH IS SUSPECTED" tin- diamond: lliri nrn D f-v- Hi- more enihnsias'k fJLLULIl Il ._ Ciilinty. This- w.ls ........_ ami it is getting dry. liuuiy .....l.nimn. uMrri-ou Uf ;-i, SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BABY IN ROINS OF JAGGART, "NATIONAL BY mm m AT SALARY ELECTION DIES 1N IN DIA N A eAlSE FOR GOVERNOR h r ini-Ii! t.- a ift-a in iiU r.videiiis to th- an- fniJSH'AXA. March 1C ill lii.il invit.s us in in-' ,IHJI- l-'ireim-n -.-.Mvaiiv. ilc _ .._ h.i l.'-i's; nialie Viclolii! moie lum.'e drsi -i hy fin-; 1XI1IA Man-'u C til- niily luil.iy for limly nf a Miial! ;IHSi i-romiv.- fall. MEh A ay ol, I r..'1-a ,i( Mi- house's >t IIO'.IM s w.is i -.icii, d in 11 vi- I .bib) th.ii Ulissiii'-- -lit i- n of M's. s.il.iry in- elli e i r-p.-rr ,ii ii-' ai l :l- i'irv- Invi I. EUGAF1 WILL Tli- ,.in.....t i.i-Udi-d h. r- t-nhii b- h dd iln- n-xl l', u d.iys. 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