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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Victoria, Texas Gold Frames" Nol the latest, bul comforlable, jfetronge and stylish. They are iVwearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist ami Optometrist VICTORIA -AFTERNOON FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND ftMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159
eimdnetini: Ilic rites. The! The ilamase to the store builil- i [Gen. Urhalejo, Vagui Indian i Chief, Surrenders to Fed- erals at Zacatecas, RETIRE TO CHIHUAHUA I ArmiDs of Calles and Alama- zan Converginy on City from South and East I I MKXII'O March n u army thai ot'ciiin'.'il 'i'om'on, u major hattle has bijen ex- il. '.vits reiiortfiti ieclay to hav.; tile city. ______ by the sieinly mlvanru EATEN JIT (itnenU Juan t't-1 Stevenson Suggested Start ii-cuou me to in.vs retiron in- With One Microphone on swto of chiimahua. LOVe'S DeSk i known as the gate- vvi'.y to tlie northwest. March ARNOLD .'JIOTHSTEI'N INEZ'NORTON "FATTY" WALSH mi rov.itr buys by hunches. iK'.llbcarer.s were Hilly rossuli, iiii; was about. The ware-! js He'll itnint ii sack of flom j Itossi, Louis urban, Tony Pozzi; htmae. a frame slniclnre ''a hy 50 jj- several varieties, "I've :i j anil T. Bn hinii-h (hat's v.-hat I wimt.1' He'll I his ifcet, was valued at and the j cottage, which about two- Tve ii hnni-li this'll do." He lets: v, iMinhlc his nti.-e over several! 1 nnnrnimn j tliirils tlcstroyeil, was -worth aliout "tnimlb of tobacco, pocket a I UlSIA nUOttjUUo Tlicrc was insurance FIRST was fully insured, making the UF Ioss lo Jl iJUJ imately with insnr- T wrong, he'll slart hack to town. "Guess I've Miniliei hunch in Hint razor I i and lmvs another. His is The first prai-licc session of MIC full nf Iniiu-h mlKlaki's. tore m.nii-i EC! Chicago gambler, w.ire-, the killing i Coral Arnold Uotlistc.in's ex-bodyguard, Tlidrrias" Jinny pages have' been ['written siitce 'Arnold liolh- steiti was slain but the chapter is far from closed, according to the police version-of the slaying of "Faliy" Walsh, Arnold's ex-guard, and (he of Arthur Clark. The tragedy took place in the fcsliioualilc Miami Mote! shown above. Police would liUc to question Inez Norton, heiress in the Kotlisteiu will now being contested. (International Illustrated ilavini? that the had eolornd INDIAN COMMANDING 'the news ot this session of 111-; REBELS SURRENDERS Lt'SlsliUure anil that tiie iwonh: liail a right to know what was hap- oral Jrisc Oonzalo Kscobar's piou- Senator Tom l.uve oi led hy Cc-lU'rul Frun- las today infralucvd a resolntiim l-rl'alejo. Indian duet'. jmovidiiiK for Uie installnliun Ol to the Federals ri'ilio in (lie U[ nnio wilhoiir a fisht. uhanibcr. according to news received here. "Wouldn't it more practical' tu sta'l't out wijil one microphone FEDERAL TROOPS on (he de.sk of the senator from 1 MARCHING ON TORREON nskeil Senator J. CITY, March enson of..Victoria. fall of Toireon before tlie The lira resolution was tabled conversing Fiwlrar hy a vote of Hi to 7. 1V1CC-. Vi is isj The first prai-iicc session of Tlio warehouse was vacant, luiv- i niPO 0 il ;vieturia Itoselnnls Knnday after- i in- heen until recently occmnetl l.y j Uitw Hunch Lays arc rare in marked a ratlierjihe L. K. Jloycrs Conslrnelio-.i i S. FORMER VICTORIAN, For Leprosy Eradication drill and jllie ball around. Due to the fact I thai a chilling wiini up arinind noon a number ot likely candidates did out report for the initial work- whl, it, then .liuinnned Advertise-i minis tell you fraiiMy all iliat lilis SCT.sm, nvrttsvttl. is iv.nl It had lo lie by ;l jiioi iii-'iilly Ill-tore it could cliniii isters. if th un n p-irily ai.il Tnesihvv fair. who mil suicide l-'riclay hy sl.isii- h. ills tiis with a wifely razor 1< (older Wval< ami is still fivi- limes, I Jiu Critical i.iinlirmn, i t.'vriiile in tm il th-.- are injui'.' iy A i iiljl fvnTU IT i'l.ullr LANDS FLOODED BY HIVES IN NEBRASKA to I'.I.. f'H. I-; en p.igo two) i us lied to ai'" .ind ivuive in.ii- of 111-
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