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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 25, 1929, Victoria, Texas WEEK "White Gold Frames" Not only Ihe latest, but comfortable, strong nnd stylish. They arc wearing them now, DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICT -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AHDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWfJif IN GENERAL, VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 25, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 219 Timely Topics IN 1927 A NEW world's record En crdleethi'.; v.-as estahU-rhfMl !a tills country when F'.-ilerac. stati tins is a relic of the pioneer days IniiiKemenls for tiie observance of oil. Statisticians the oil tlnstry estimate ibat more money is sunk In (he ground for oil tllun flrftTn Till I 9ft comes out. in former days, lie Uuft fl I ULL mere of oil in mound PTITCC1 cenai, Bul this A i tO lonstr Inn1 with hcikvv MILLIONS OF DAMAGE; at the present timo oil re ciiiireim-nts are (he urealest in his-: Mourning France Honors Foch BreciliaiiOiPadron, 86, As- saulted at Mauclldwe by Martino Garcia, 26. -i CONFESSES V'i ll-: Garcia was Suh-Renter Un- fine Parirnn Qnrt der Padron and Attack Followed Dispute Over .Ditch. Martino Garcia, Zij, is held in jail fit Kef.iKio on a murder charge in connection, with (he brutal slaying 'of I'ailroii. SU, who lo death will, a hoc at Muiuiiowe, where Ijotii men were 1 tenants on Maitin O'Connor's i ranch. Ca.via was a siiii-.enter under ll'ad.oii and tin- dtfficiilty m-cnned i Friday when I'adron him to jctit a ditch to drain liis fielil. 1 Cecil Hurlburt, 21, Badly j Hurt and Another Boy Es- capes Serious Injury. I BLOWOUT RESPONSIBLE I Foy, Wet Pavement and Fail- j lire of Brakes to Hold Cause Driver to Lose TUBE Tlimr snnn -1 Cause Driver to Lose HfHh iHH H Control of Car. IHLllL ni (111 i I ____ j ('ritt S- IS. was Uille n _, innd Cecil HiirHmrt, 21, badly in- R.H.WllbOrne Charged Wlthj jm-eil M an early Ima Sumlny Mlinler Of Sixteen-Year- riorums U-IK-U m, automobile in Old Gil'l. I they were ridiiis crashed in- i i lo a enrb aeross the street from RANGER WAS ON nies'mdl llt _______ i ru-r of Juuii LUui ami Liberty for Murder of Annie John- SOn at RefliyiO. (jrst gainst Ihe curb. The lhai-1; ol his skull badly crush- j A number of well-known Victoria i :llll! ]le died ill Ryan's ambu- people have hi.-en summon- on lbe ,Tay ,0 tlll, 'ed by the defense as wjl-' the trial on April I iaj wllo (Uiving HcfuRin Comity of It. II. chest crushed, four ribs broken ins cnest i r.isiie.., lour r.ns DrOKe.i X prominent youm: mini of Nursr-rv i W" 1 who is murder in M j Ilnspital and it is cxiiettdd that h? J The impart of hU h'nly with the was 'in Ihe street in from of a hall in j ior his injuries. Tie a where n ih.'iii-L- was ill jiro-j Vl''ls of "'e on AimisiH-c .Novem-1 Hobert rrisiti, 13, the: only oilier Idealh of Miss Annie datiirliter of a 1'ormer i (he heart. j riding next to llnrlhurt. cseaped ..'with minor injuries, lie, too re- I I'adron was cut alio.it the head and v. dying .Saturday without re- aining conscijusnc-iss. lier 11, 191'T. Khe Mad lieen shot j .MOHll.Ii. Ala., March After the. diffienlty, tlarcia sen! are steaiMly ryil1 lied Cross worV: t'rs i' national eiianl unit, n lie ,uirl hud iircviuasly tn'On in Tlic funeral service; for Marsha! Ferdinand Focli, left word by his iviie lo ruilrun'.s f.tlll Hie of and John The automobile, moil e only .sound solution. Ovcr-jirotluc itivers of lower Alabama are nv i ln court To in I'adran. formerly of Gregory, was j p.irleil riains iiKain from reeeal i her 'livorcc Action which "He "S the hest known anil litu- i.__ t.....___...... _.. tiii.i merely wastes our natural r .-oiirces and intviferes with the o tli'.ly iK'VelopiiH'iit of a threat in iniiul. Josopli u-itli Ifncio County an ITENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY j Crucify. pl.Tncc ?.t 5 THROUGH AN ERROR, Tin- Ad-, FLOOD DESTRUCTION GREAT of ATLANTA. Ca.. March JUM ?.t "'as an aeitve He is-u. i VI UnUlHU! v CaiLINTEhlATIONAI. CREDIT DUE _ (ll. 'Lllll-Uil LJUL. WiLJIIllllH' is MEET! wxiraiws nil exvt-Uoui i- I i i arc live Anutai I n'niu uossi-i" ;ina Kvnliifki' nvi'T tin.1 .ulich! im UIP (Jah-y T tulf.lX- i ,t f Ub} wa> tvnv- rii'fv.jiui -10 niilos LIU iiinl uuybo fiistrr, wljun til.' Oi. Thirt was alKiul I i; tin., morning then! -i FEDERALS STILL IN istr.: i'-1''.- >hc hrara..! to Jnltan. Jirou and Virtor, JI r h Dnrial was al Tivoli i 'liiat iivili.-aii.iii and ih- v, 'THOUSANDS IN CHATTANOOGA I at 12 in. ir. aimc-nt of ifi-eases with levrifi, of r-l >iiipinvnt jiisi ru'.'ivpil. U'.iiini i-vderal reiiitor. il in is in fc.c'C the oldest sh! of th-> v ni.-wsjiiijii.i- iht- ;-tat.- :md T.'I'ie today. f.i.-i lio.-piuil in a sai.vll city; ]t is t.y oiiii in V.x.is t.i with r.l- i MOVED TO HIGHER GROUND [slop i-n.-i.-'c over the 1 the llieo.y. CD AM JOU AUlMfiRQ has. sh- i ad i.issed i OnWIOn AVIAIUliO Fiveii a amiinnl of ki-nre in .......i HOPPING TO BRAZIL RIVER FALLING HEBE COBAN mm SEEN OVER AFRICA AFIEB NEARLY GOING IN GHAIB FOB' UW1WV TO OVERFLOW SLAYING SWEETHEART LITTLE THEATRE OF ViGTORIA WILL GIVE FIRST PLAY APE, 12 i ,ns aiicl l.'lejdirtin'a- an 1 I iv.ill Millrr MTiOn> diimace. healinx and elev.V.ors ami _____________________ cinllcss oilic-r mechanical deviivs iliis cvilk-ism. It if. liiiman bine the time lieu'ssary I., pcil'oiin Ihe duties of tile. Unit i And il is not ill..Su-al (o heliev iif frivn Spain. illnmll day Kiti cl.- i, M in 1. .Inliy. Afiicii, :il mi'l more may he had for Uu, (he m.ulnne Mil be the mean, an drier i l.iimed In h.- cvV a from .Madrid this al'ler- Ihere no vviil he .here m.viy dieir ,-ral and new-foinul will it, TIu. '.V fnre iioovly. IMl H IK no; Ihe a src.iler a.ul ]ir T -j ,'hine must defend Itself I rl civiliMtion. I i i i ir I --'I ..J.'i' 1 t., n. ,n ,i ,iLt.i, Tl-.- I.iule of Yi.t'iril ill il' 'i. ia pie.ivn- Frkiiiy aiihi. April i.f ,tv- i eiru iiv "S.iie- FALLEN RUBS HEADQUARTERS HEARS 1H..1-1 n-' r v NOOAI.KS. S'.'iel.i. r d OF KANSAS is !itr iiNS) tun!
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