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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 19, 1929, Victoria, Texas fftj 'ACTS ABOUT CLOSING OF SALURIA LIFE SAVING r) "White Gold Frames" Nol only the Infest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLUHD AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum. VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 19, 1929. NUMBER 214 Timely Topics THERE IS ABOUT the same dl'- ton. n IP between eomiimnitles, levins iml cillc-s as the'rV Is be-1 n tho various individuals we j Wu m every day life. In faci. j ellhe l of llicsc liiv'les politic ESCAPING VICTOR 8s n IjMexican Rebels Suing For Peace Says Government think not of self but in u-nns Of tommiinily KOOI! and arc nlw'nys I ITT P T I T I fl III I W W W V? ready to set beliinel any movement 11 H M 2S A M PI k thii'r time and im-iius L U I H I I U tl PUBLIC Advance In Cottonseed To Follow New Uses IM'omole UK- genenil i lluii city or lowti. We Mud an- oilier Litdifffix-iu towards anything CXH.'IH Uicii1 own iiersou- i-tUi h inUM'OKt, in i nmmunUy fiinl a t-nuall r 105 11 ME LtLli' l (iJiliiiuiiiiy LIHH n f i i i r> are known as knock- j Mansfield GtVGS Out COiTCS- nondence Relating to Saluria. Proposcd j Fund Pre- vented relocation. er nid opi'OS'.'d to any progressive move mi nl for ihe good o: Ilie community. i PRO PROPOSAL BLAMED you meet a man, his ______ of life, and con- tici "Uh iiini fiad bo thinks oulv j o, his own personal selfish inter- 1-.1 hi no desire lo do iinylhlnit', "or contribute In :vuy cause for the; of his fi-liowincn, in olhev WASIIlNtrrON, March 19 -words has no community spirit, or Representative Mansfield ofj d sire to make his community u Texas todiiy Kave mil a statement: lellci place in whhh to live. hc is i with corresnondence. to the rcci-ut BCllCVeC! All LtCnCralS LOI1- iHinnlly as a parasite! discontinuance of the Sixluria; ce.tlfcd itl RCVOlt Will 'on l.u community, 'selling all ho i Coast Guard Station on the Texas; Coiirt-Martialed. ,111. IHP but sivhiR Hulhiiic In re-j 'rhe VsIiiK modi'i'n vimiiv.iilnv j amendment for prohibition enforce-; ALREADY EXECUTED Ins a his intake but n very I mcnl is assigned by the i-ougrcss-1 ______ vu, ill exhaust, and really very j mail us tho primary cause or the i L t i'l.illc out of life because h, puts j di.scontinnance of the SMwIa Sla- j R6VO UtlOH Ol6 Of ShOftCSt noliim- into ii -lit-' Tile statement in full is as 3S Well 3S LC3St Deadly t i follows: j lii History of Mexico. OIK of tlie first things a strans-j "The vet-en; suspension of Ihe j or or visitor to a city or town 1 Haiiiria Coast Guard Station near j MKXICO CITV. March vmt to kimwtln.su
r S1- Church in this cily it re.mire war determin, i Hy. Mr wliicl. about t50.040 would nr DC.EMQAI MCH QV are patriotic citizens? If this reiimred. j UL LIIIUHLlllLU U) Mom, ijn ilion sliould be answered in liie; The animal appropriation bill for I Jiilnottc spin! as tl.e call tiiatii" us prrnrin lui-uciuu, comes from his cimulry at til mis were available for its re-! j T M1M )P menaced by u fot-? location, in the same vicin- LLIIlll O BE RE-EMBALMED BY -Zfy f l Vicloriiui. win. i 1 .he city Monday. of I a had been rc-pnvted .Mi. llllllCT Irea1mcllt uas p.epann, j ieciuip its Vic-tnvin, iilant with a -1 i i wound in tlie side m- i device for removing llu1 troni ['ictid by Garia, airest- tbat is that material ed Sherilt R. S. is at I nil atihcres lo the hulls alt.-r libertv nuder boiul. wlnni linters have been cm olf, but :KFNFDY MAN- c iiiAiy uuiiiLo tllf. UCDC TO TAVC HID imuans far that purpose and had HhRt IU Ant JUo i wmM War. lsy ...i.-: J ux- i ran eHut'ii ami I't-rtntly 11 MTI i nnilirn nnR A (l1 liiru-lnnM'v. Mr. nmd WITH POWER FIRM'--.. Roselie Estate to Erect Store f( I'f.iiiiative. then we would iialnr-, Ihu Tieaaury ileparln.ent (which I ally coup' lo Ihe e'oncliisiim Mint included the coast miard service I: 1 1 n wars erase, would had .Congress befurc this I lie tine patriot his Minn- the .seroml deficiency bill tr% U all limes, in time1 of as well as in lime of war. ami you made lo have it carry 'find Itltii diiin- his bit and sjlviiiK i tional umounl necessary tn fov tin- K.....I Sivlnvia Station. meiiv -Mo''-mv' Prof, lloihstetter has discen-ertd VIENNA House for Merchant from Tyler. ,.its ami Tlie .second, or low Liraiie linlers. .Mr. and Mrs! W. Hosteller of' In. further declared. li.'.ve ei: Kenedy Incaled ill 'used for stuffing ciu.-ap .Mr. Hosteller will have charse and other for .-out years, irii the rcfiiu.iiniflioii of the Ceniral Ttlll the best knov.n im.c-hanic al 1'ower and Liu-bt Coinpany's clistri- ineans eanun! remove ail HI il-.e luitinn lines lure and also maiauin frnm ill" Intll.- .ir.'I i.n ly a Ft-cru'y's fri drlightn) li> will rt'lni n hori- for juiollier ils outsid" work. He is one cif, prei ess ilas lieen distri' die liesl kinr.Mi electricians in lbi> ercd that does this r, ids hHTilovy. claiming litilers al ov r II' TO OPEN BIDS SATURDAY i'an.msof the company rcumiins inillir.a dollars. Tho first pla.it i _______ Mosleller's service's in all enter-' Te-xas te> till- ill I In telt-jiliinie and is aii.'ti'd l" have Ijeeii druuk and tlie uciiiv in ihu Dutch ,cbna; 11 ei'tlnck last wa.- avrtaleil by Night .vat'.'h' nian ami cjonveyed lo ih'J Cily Hall in Hill's car n. In: iu ill-.' c.ilaboi'se. Aflei' liie tliven !iad alii-'iued from tie.1 car epijosil.- lie- City Mull. rlrew ji >mali two-bladed knife as rep'raZ I an on "w s inrlrd aaatomis, of the Vienna the ommencemen- g Q upy are to op.-ra.d m "''L, K nn Ma n Strfifit 'lllm UhUU UothO tlH IUWA Sfivltjt Covi-nnnoiit HAZING CARRIED ON Lot oh South Main Street Next to Simon Store. !NEW HAMPSHIRE NOT REPORTED DECLINING of lis community iu pi are limeibcrs of Ihe commiilee on Appro- Prof, lloihstetter has discen-ert.i ofllinni O ftT OAllTlii -n n ibi- itv nmHinilllO OUT P I H C hulls I'Miiv Ipliations were a.recable provided a new c-mbalmin, metbc.d. which ty SCHOOLS OF SOUTH or< REUUlRlNG OU I S I U t recommcndatinn of proved be pff snpevio, Ihe old .1 for of TO nrplOTrp' bncV and hollow id- b.iilel All 1 UO ID KhulOitn l! is practically an every day Treasury Ilepai tincnt, and npprov- system of bodies. The I" lii'iii- visitors to ouv.nl of Ihe budsel. 'basic idea of his method is lo re-i cxjvKUSlTY. Ala.. Mar, ii I tin- Vicli'ii.l section wild mak" n.c'ir active Sdupol I .inel nop- Harry K Thaw, millionaire. ORDERS FOR Continued on two'. XKXV VOKK. niNNFR TORF TAKEN The jure in the- Jinn........bmace j Ulll llUIl IU UU 1 'I'll.' n n f The ii-.n will oci'l t'ird by I.eni-i -l.erinl-.v-, .1 num Iheir i" Vidori.i lie.-aiise i! eration in development ibe by dim be lake-n lor a her ia liie m. rcantib _ Is Ilie finest place in Ilie world to this section iVi.l a New Year's e-ve parly iwc, 'an or tnikoy dinner for ill., hem-- at Mr. J.iriukes live mid thev wain to do Mielr part to this solicitation lias years failed lo r.-ach a de- of the Colore.l M. K. Church U n r in-lan ,jf Kd In maiiilaiiiiii'- llnvt siiju-i nucy.' bfen fine and for the up- cWon. it was iv.eaic.l loday for Tbar.-day morniilc. March 21. .list ivei'.Uly nil inn.lv of tie1 Vi'-lorlil section Oie scab el vi-rdict n-lui'li'-d last at I'lion" e liy ihe vi.'o''ia Chamber of Com-l look very bri.aht. tihilii was open, run.- frnm iveistra- in Al.....ima. Ti.e e a! i U I M J I CnpUiQ li.: vear amounled to toil of area TUbR 15 REPORTED BETTER Imilelinu is b.t. Tile slnuture 10 ei' oii'.iil'-ti'd v. iibhl six'v Tlie by Lett- limieil iny.iiv.e PII-.IIL- i rr kleiwu t.. be deael. "I in Alabama." in i inn i.-1, ra, i, iela Siin-.nlr.'lis ailplalli r- icri-y. Ala ami IVnsmola. l-'la e.n blaiikc'-t> LIwi
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