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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 18, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "White Gold Frames" Not only the latesl, bul comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist EDITION, KOK FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco. H. French, Publisher. FJRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum VOLUME.31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 18, 1929.. NUMBER 213 Timely Topics HAPPINESS IN tliis world. wli'-n ii mines, unties iiicblciiliilly. il 'hi- obj-.'.l of pursnil and il leads a wild notiM- chase, ami is Ill'Vcr atlaillvd. I'nllu'.V Mllll" sillier object. iiuil very we limy find Mm' we hare Ililli- without dreaming of if. bill iiueiy ciHiusii i' is say i.) First Photo Speed Wreck THE li'l'l i iin -vcry hcm-h and ch Ma'jcs Only One Stop Be- tween Brownsville and Skidmore. S. P. IMPROVEMENTS Laying Heavier Steel and placing Light Bridges on Victoria Line. oil in between lltnislon and by the. Sontli.-rn Pacific Kailway a few days is luring well ,11 this, division of the railroad. Tin.- train makes only one slonho.. The boy a seat. lie For the w'Uale slory bad al bisl L-U! in iis Ininh-doff ln s to as noi ti. the. whale, -miles n leaves Hrowns- 11 lit p. mid nrrivcs'at Klmilly In Implied and rushed T. ,5 a m to 11.....l her sid.' of i hi; boat mil! its sc noi tlibtmiid train un-ivcs at Vieto- II Is as irne of our town. U :1. m. and Ihe son we lalli ii nn. and lull people what i train is due here al n. 111. a inwn wo liave, and t'.-ll llicm There are tlmniKli .sleepers, lo and often clii.is-li. am! t'.-ll eii.msU, pen from New Orleans on tin: Irnin. pb... Hie time will come when they Sitncrinli'mh-nl Oomllm- also said' lie-in lo In-More il. that ihc railway was .'.ml when everybody s, the ,if iis facilities lu. Ibis town is a Loud tuwn. it will im-el the increased deinunds of be a town. II will he a hut- bolb it.s nml freiiihl bnsi ness. 'J'he hiyin.i; of now [in-; -----V-- pound steel between EVERY INDUSTRY of this was recently country Ims-nfMiu' phico within its1 and this stretch of the line rehab led. Ne'.v rails are Goliad Woman Also Fleeced Out of hy Eye "Specialist." IRSER! Humble Company to Use Equipment of Latest Type Here. RAYON SOLD FOR SILK 122- FT. STEEL DERRICK Many People Throughout This Section Victimized by Peddlers. She was lirimeilo ill t'nera. At (.ionv.ales her hair was rod. And. the officers fnrtlc.-r said. In Victoria lier Imir was Ai nrannirls. she was blonde; .Now the lady is s'-ckini; bund. akrial Being Hauled to Location for First Deep Test on Welder Ranch A n-c'Y ivfll arrive -from Hoii.'i- u'Vi'k in si.n nji liu- rii; thai HumbK. unit U.-finiiii; Curo- in fora il.vi. Plioto shov.'s close-up of the "Triplex" racing e, owned J. W. White, American, who had hoped to break the record set by Captain Ssgrave, British speed Uhig. The machine was V.'edncsthy on Dp.ytoiia Dach by Lcc Bible. rnc3 driver, v.'lrilc traveling at a rate of 202 miles per hour. At the same time a newsreel cam- eraman, "harlos Triuib, killet! by the machine, whic'i sunn into by iiiterir.Uional Newsreel. us ;m B i Elf SUNDftY; 1 fa-Id. The rii: is now hems unloaded at Niir.s.-ry and liatileii io tin: Ideation 'for i hi- well mi the Jay Welder Since tho alTi-st on swindling ranch eiKht miles norllici-.st. i clnvrgM Victoria last Friday of :ll[ n[ woimiii who apparently bad h.-.ivicst onr-s built, consisting of a i1if.fire.nt personal .lor j Itsiykiii rotary. every lown she visiled ami who is pumps, an Ajax ideal engine, lu sail! to has'e collected duwn nay- ion Tnol drawwoi-ks, a ments for muil order ilaasch-Russ crown block and two tlnkt was never delivered ihe opera-' S.Vhnrsepover Dunovan boiler tirms of. similar peddh-rs have' derrick is a KUIM.O come to In instance, a sloe! structure. resident of this cminly recently The Humble Company is nuw was fleeced out of jfiOO by ;i stian-, "impietlm: its thirteenth shallow who presented himself as t1'" Xnrscry field, whiih it eye specialist and told bis victim '''srnvcrcd over a year and he must have immediate ml- hi 111 iR'atmo'iit io navr- Itis i Tile "spcclall-st" rolli'i.-Hiil sus sand vvliicll (lie fill PI P 51 III IP fiFFRSV nin mm, u, F, jlOILiyi H l nnrnllu: n L 1 -Nursery Held is on a well X H out be had been dniiei L rcpin'ted Hie case to the autli.ni- A woman in Goliad Cininty Piiid the sjiim? faker S'JIie a lev.1 days before. Perhaps the most is on a well I'nuipaliv is OipL-cltd to drill sc.ii-. of lesis if necessary foi il liroiliictiim. Tin- location tin thn iirsl well is near lin- western liuun s a cnmnry bn> p who has years on now iji-ins; laid between whartin, ]acoh Sjnyje-Handed Latest Railway innovation W. H. Wingaffs Large Mer- Razor Slasli Across vf .he farm, or H.ij, Apprehends Men Who Proving to be Very chandise Establishment May Make Him Totally Nearly every man who has risen Robhtd StOrC. Popular. Destroyed. Blltld. to emiie-'ine in any vi.iaiion or in--- J. ____________ ______. in i hie iv-ioii In- -m-h'1''5' 'VIIB time aso. common fraud by Inn- ,ilt. ranch about ink'-ninrt MADE USE OF JIU JITSU THREE ON THIS DIVISION ORIGIN UNKNOWN FOUGHT WITH BARBER peddlers is lhe fru.m ,nr! lance exccp, llu- rail Liimls. prim ipally which I mites m.rib of i, 'LT 'heemn'e Resorted to Jap Methods to Cars Made by Pullman Com-: Post Office and 'Barbershop Louis Brown, Wounded Man, i sllk wh" M f, siandiioini oi imii.stiy. bet ween Victoria Catch Men and Recover pany arc Elaborate ill Also Were Located in and Willanii Moody Held 'n'm'-ht' and shiiiiiin.i; and fiuim'ies and1 ma- liceville were now rcidaceil of wealth, can pin .with heavy Mrm-turcs, tnln tb'-- lln- tin- nr.nmimity and In of the increast- in jjn jilsu training thai Jacob. Lady o'.de. an atmosiih.. n- and traffic. .m.-t ktniwn Vieloria of Victoria Every Detail. nun- travclln; Building. W. II. inn-- for Ficjlitincj. Louis Ill-men. II. labore liomo dealers. and both day and Tim woman arresled in l'r''RS used. Kridiiy was tra-Io.] here by Slier- Tii'' of royaltk, n il I In- [ii-o'.dr: :m and a Irani.-. Vi.-l.iria nt.-r- oul of Victoria ovor tin- Southern har.dise stem: al l.aW.i! d. Jarl; --on aln-ady blind in on.- iirobably Al Itasini: iicliviih.-i Diniuu.' Ibat w'ill build and ivfrm-d 1.....i.- (ll In will tin- siubl of bis .nlior ilinnmiiMi! miuily. v.itl, (ulh iiionM ni.-.i and v.'om.'ii vim will ilcni, liif shiinnciii of caiy. of sinnil bim In iioml sti-ad for "a lin-ky insloail cf n us tin- icsali of IH-IIIK ml Mr-v.-n deep n-sts phnin-d for i Ml into Hie worlil liiiii'c rem-tulilm an.l virnis fru'.l.- when sii.siu-iiandtd swc.-l." fur smoliiiiK cars for y 'u K'rly wilh a nlltr'! H.IHS scnfc.ns in tb- imt.ii.-ili tt in iniicb I'm tlii-.iiisc-lv.-.-i and human- j jly. .What prusil-M- clKvllciiKf .can comv io it cnmmmiity. <-r tnniry for si-rvicc. I.HV niak.- Viclnria all Dun i! be. a lii'tn-r dm i months. Ihe iiasl Mexic ciipinrcil bi'sky liavi- laloly bad robb.-d division of llio railn.ad. biiiliiins; iiv.-iii-d by a; sb i Kontli Tb.- Soiuln-rii 1'acific iinrodnced vliich ___. _ B_ __ _ I _ _ _ _. _ .TUJI I i. nn in-It i .1 .Hint I III- ,-.1.111111-1 II I ut II u oil I 1MIIIV I CS13IC a W ,1 U ;1 S O I'l" 111.1 NV .III ..Ml.. .T I I ee I o. I Ll IM.' Ill' TELEGRAPH u NEWo rily Mars'uil I I I I I tln.rli I I II, e j.l i. l-i, I. I Ii ii I.......... I., i 1... Mundy Str-.-i'l Snnilay moniiim. 'I'lu-' i's b-fl hou noi iho KIHI.IS. to tlu- by placing lOi-vcu of car.  jnop :rly lieranse of tin- bright pro is f.n' tin- early discovery of ait ii! iield some-.vliere in tile coimt' slinulii be. a I.ISWI, MiucriiHtlDinil N.-ws Scrvicoi had just opened Ilis I nisbt trains lull Keen .llonsl.m and I'O'l'.-d. Tlw stock wsi- il al Many slilcli'i-s wc-rir !.-lt. ;is Mrs. U fj I II I JlnW cily In b.- swi-. lint at tlic r U] n f..M llus ,mfl anil in.iiiir-il for It to close ii, ciivisins bis fnvi-: '-aid sh-.- f J I I I JU I I II I lime lets pui into it I nil' Mg from a mornenls in- espisde ivilin ln'iwecn lloiislon ami Viilo- is no! known wbal iiisnrane.- was rcs.-inlile tin.' part of llair ll diffen-lit color hi j ?j LllU S Ihiuss Hial volume I. i'lsc. I'niiania. li-fl I'ana M.-yi, mis b.-alilr; a llnsiy rtu. ninhiiiB tt round n in i.-iich ilay. carrieil on llu- which w.is. n ci-ivrd al difft-ivnt towns. Sh.' was! DSES SEHI Let's inalif il a Komi place v.bbb to livr and lunld cnaracl.-i from Ibownsvilli; litis nmrniim n..-at ami rnsln-d after tin-in. Half Tln-iv are two ..-acb in tin- service valiK-tl at SU'i ami 111.- fur toimiiTow, under when R1- n down Ihe si reel be can.nlil bet ween lloilstun and IHillas and lo nonsim: tli-. store, Hoib neuiocs iv-re "in- ami him alnn--' he and four are carried by fmf{ office aml-'a for fi-hlina. Mimtiv lold Ii-aul froni. She is ahum .TO years '.vnntima-d the lui-e ami aii the the Snnsei's in the Hi.- amlenities tlun Itrowi: WE ALL HAVt isl-i.s nui.nlcna.i.-c n.nliacls [or ,'M other. lie n.ov. rminin. lulwecn Kl 1'aso am! lo W hnsim-ss m------------------------------------------- Oreams Ibat oilier- about us were to be awarded by stm-.-s Orleans. sum m money while be wns ilKir; II. He--- foolish silly, even tlis'iif-h the Slat.- lo- ,Wl) dmcii pairs of- ears were m.imifactnrcil by rj ft-mvf v.ere a cusiomt'r ami when o! lioinry Inicr. Ibev do tell us. bin s-very bit .lay. Amon- the comities affcd- from the otiier. The arii.-U; tin- I'nllman I'ar Csiiiipaiix and are of Hie beean-." ahnshe mid be lold him "inicM.-il; tt'illiain II d: project has b.eli 1'til over of "d al i- l-'ayelle. and Colo- show elabiirale ill every detail- There fir.- is miliiiowii. h, ltv- la- il.rowni h.lnlek liim "f r.-e-'in years 111' lli.-'t'ado. windo-iv of llu- Lazor s.lore. iire parlor in the main hollies ln-inl a boiib- He er (lyini; in a f tin-, vaili.i. Tin: Mexicans were stranger." and ,.f ihe ears anil a smoking ismi- Hrown iviih ami (ibj.-rt.- rommiUe.', llu.imbl al om- I-y the bf-sl A bailie Is believed imi.iinoiil ,s obi. T-iey aarlmenl lilted will, b.unu.-s ami piTTirMrM Tfl b'is I. iuad wilb llu- razor -till in lary rail l-'aii-i niiml.s tin-ap- lo I- silly aii.lii.i-. Meviean IMIcrals and rebels llu.jr M eiici, end. ,me for l.irtie... jjfl I I LLlllLll IU llULU his ricM band in riwirma.! of club s-rvice Th- lac! I- most of Ihe I'.ibi, los. "o niey wer- and the otln-r lor sellllemeli. IT ''i1'" 1lis lliH Sid- tin-.! have ei.ntnbut-.l to Itllll's relaled. They are lield in Hi.- When ashed imlay win -Iher fiMMI A Mf-Hllyh fij a.-vailanl b.-.-an to bile him ,.a bis n.-v f.. for! of Hi" i-'ie w.r> imin-.ii lii bels. jail on niisslem.-ani.r il'.efi ladi.-s are tmikin: nf ,1ns nUllUnl. 1IIUU I 1IW n! Mildred VlCtllDOf Sad 19, CHILDREN TO 'iniil .'roved them oilier -1 r THE BUREAU "I KIIKI iii- ;niil 1 H niu n i> iinnini: nil! mill l >iis Jiiillious A of I'. S. Cavalry is tnov- iiisr fnnu Knrr TO Civhntinus. M nit lii.- biiHlrr. LADY HUB WHEN GAR INTO inr tin-in, I'.. CuoiU'if. i-f fhis t'f tli'1 SinillnTM L-ifir. MIiil it IIU'A ililiis.-lf I'.IOWII uo! ellt. "lie sins. Ti-iltil'T-' I'l-li-'.--. h.ive lalh-ii on lln: razor.' Moody A. J. th Calvt-nei I'.riwn lost of bis vicbl Mili.-r H.ii'wood. si- Found at Victoria Fair Grounds into Fire. loll of a triinolon-d Kord --iL-lil-iectln: ii ifuie -il .V.-n irli I .Sundae mb'uv >'I'-s aholli Ib-- fa.e al of .Min-i-ii. and by monnl.-d II loday when one of ,ar in will, I, ie Hi- crcnmy ill-- ih., iiijHi-eil died, TI.....nly sur-.sti.- and a friei-.d. Mis- I .oil jr. t-'ool.-. llu- tdiet. is in a in. ul. of iiud "Mrs. .1. i iilinc i ri'sh in- ,MU.. lim, .b. lio'l i-is, n-.ore than olu-lhird of l, oflinle liefoiv Ihey ROTARIANS ARE TO MEET AT HOUSTON h in tin- dressi ruiil loiMiiy. U inirnn-: ;inu a l T'.VI. i. .la.v w.'ie r. M- 25 AND lly Mll.iilini SKI.SKX i.il The Advot.n- AMR M1- i. h ix ,v- h.-iii, nnU is dallphl.r of Ml. ami for will b- for the fourlh amil--tn-nt- ill I- ftllT insert.'.I electric ViMnr-s. Tb. ton.- ov-r. .u' r-n ly jflLL Ul 'I''' Kh-liismiili niurlnieivi-i on winili.ws are cnnnie, .v.' m.-n y DMi i, l lo h" le'i.l niTHFRiiN m-; REST ROOM GUESTS -no hill- LUIntnAW OUultll 'Ih., ,h- -i- ,.v, ,1 ,s A of J_ _ re.-iill of flyiiiK plass. tin- wiieb WrAlntH HtrUnl "'-neiMliy Ilia; T. h of iir.Mniu.-ni .ire eviiei'.. -lin a.bliliint fiom I'.'i'i Sam llom'ion. and Mbeu ili-v Vaster li.iske.s and al shield by Mi- I'limpa. lir-l -ii" prci-id-at. will 1-. more limn n thnus.vml Uniarimn Tliere. v.ere ,v_-i-t- i .1 MUs s.ulis is the prellie.vi -nihe nun battie fi.lils aa.l p.i.tii' l.e-.v into -i.'iieinl eh rnlaihnt the crown Ciocefy. KidinlnluM Urns. pact. Miss Tolson no! hurt. l.eail lie- assn. -iaiii.u during tiie in tin- various cities of the district, at the city liesl Ko.ia) tin; mest iiopubir yonns la.-trs i.l of-ISiS sanitary Cash {.'rocery. Trin-; lloih are .--ti.'dptu.s in Talti Tonlsht .-mil Tnesil.iy partly ,iuvt Tli, .-is.-oi-iiiiioa j-ori liiilinlnl iininiii; Ibe' month of Kebrnavy. a.coniiic iiei- commnniiy and in.. iirchU-n, i-; .ROOIH of dan: and of .ilv l.iilheraii txidles' Aid. l.ler High SchiK.1. wanner. .of an ,mwrittu, y.ilo of succession vlll be U. Mayheiv, l.uvy, re.--rettod. 1   

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