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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "While Gold Frames" Not only Iho lalcit, but comfortable, strong and slylish. They are wearing (hem now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURK AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND ATOR Easy Terms Phono 159 -ASGeo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLsf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum If 7 VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE- WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 27, 1929. NUMBER 221 Timely Topics NO COMMUNITY In the world can become prosiiiuoiis unless there Is source oi iiicoiiK', Tile Ktenler thy income the ill-ent- er the prosperity. Victoria eaimot prosper foe of money into its borders. The coin tbul coini's to live In Vic- toria becomes n truv svorkuiim Hie uiiliulhlliig oi tills section. money that goes awuy, like all all- k Seiilccs, iloe.s us no good whatever. Apply this to local commercial Mid industrial affairs. An cuter- prise gi-tiwi through Hie ai'quisl- lion of a surplus. If ils income ex- cfsedH its H jirusi.ors, Bounty, ti-lebraled their gold- M-Mie bahtice tbu other way, i'. withers away. Towns and elites operate under the aame rules, no VOTE TO X THURSDAY, MAR. 21 Mr. Mia. (Jhas. M, Aillc-r, f Vic- matter how obscure Hie implication may be. fee capita wealth docs not al- ways wean general prosperity, but oT Hint Consider e.'i wedding anniversary on March 21. Ml1. Adler, a well known ranch- man of the Adler community, u 70 years old and born in A' sace-Loiraine, He canio to tliia country with his purcnts in the iM'Ki and tlie family settled al FIRST "X" 4-H CLUB IN U. S. ORGANIZED HEREllOCT Houston Oil Co. tb Erect Building in Victoria i le I ilnly insures the possibility as one joint enterprise, j i lib all citizen's us stockholders. B Moll. Calhoun County. At "Be of he lost his father. Adler, who was killed when e.ch one spends, away from >'ls Ilis is money sent away; eneh one st-ll.- awny [rom lionie, i v moil y moi.slit in to offset the Oilier total, If tile inuney tliat arrives is gre'iiter than thai sen' became Mrs. Hen Itic-hiirdson. was Ions a resident of Victoria ami lied at the age of SS years. horses in 1 Cc.mity, Mr. Adlcr became ac- The Old Villain oway the tlvic. e'-.in> groivp. Its surplus uruws. If Ihe balance i; olher way. the civic enterprise withers, the balance constantly dwindles and the word "p-o-v-c-r- i y" begins to be written on liis all. with his future wife ;vi'l Had Reached Retiring Atje i Limit and Wanted to Continue Club Work. i elr.ped with hc-i1 to Victoria. Tbev nuivrted here March 1M, by Justice of the I'cace Charles j Hall'lit the residence of Mrs. Jos.! 47 Urban, who died a number ut years' aKo at the asc of K yfMs. Mrs. BdJCVCd NOW Cllll) Will Followed by Many Others TO -Preston H. Arkwright, president of tbe licnal Electric Light Association, l'j2S was one ol Ihe most progres- sive years in electrical history. Our electric supply was as much as the lotal ot all the'rest of tin jorld. and over a seven-year pin- the nirniliiir o( i iriiiitjinfrsr ba- by more than w.UDU.UUO. Adler was formerly Miss Helen: Tluileineycr and wns born and reared at freybcrg, Kayette Cuun j She was the daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. t'. Thulmeycr. who spent] the last year's of their lives at. Shiner. Mis. Adler Is years old. j CHARTER MEMBERS Throughout Nation In 1SS1, Mr. and Mrs. Adlei uiov-1 from L.OIIK siding where Molt to Victoria, the fair grounds when M Victoria County's 4-11 Club work is responsible for one of the most iniijortant aud progressive steps ever yet tnlceti for the advance- incut of rural development and community progress through its -increased by more than W.UiWJOO. j section Ihe :Wi'ek "4, with a: piotiuVtiouiile u. Wood ranch in the southern j cll'b- f'K{ o! lls klml .'fc-eueraiius antlUistribiitins the V in the United "is. ,.r their pVescnt home. During number of ujeVs [diildren are liviiis, four sons and Afiml 4l. 11. Hoss Thnrs- oi eiL-ctric ciiri-ciit a re- cord of liS.OOOjOuO. of which nearly ivllon ;l 'ro111' er HI met an thu four Sam of Sidney of Kenedy and Den- are household user.-. and .Misses Sadie, Katie Electric service has now been ex-i and .Mamie Adler of Ibis tended to every city ot more llnui Mr. and Mrs. Adler also have two j The new club for its mcm- S.COU population, to U7 percent of i grandchildren, Marie Helen anil I former club boys and all towns with between ami I'nlli I.ille, both limit-liters ot Mr. who bavins completed tbe projecla 5.000 population, and lo :a vast j and .Mrs, Ham Adlcr. Thc late; fur which Ihey enrolled have now j number ot smaller communities. [Mrs- Henry Iliermaiin of this city rcudu-d the ivliriiis sine limit oi was Mr. .vller's sister and the work. This ase is IS years! Transfer of Employes May Cause Walkout on Texas and Pacific. [SEEK REIMBURSEMENT Contend Railroad Should Complete Payment on Honias at Marshall. To Be Used as Office for Company Supplying City With Gas. One of the mosl pronounced (Airs. Alois l-'imbel bis halt sister, i tor sins and 20 years for Hi- bad no brothers. Louis Thnl-; There are approximately Tuii.UOi) PLAY TO BE GIVEN THURSDAY NIGHT AT TELFERNER SCHOOL phases of last year's progress wiy: iu farm electrification. At the present time nearly farms have this service, and more than JOO men are now devoting their on-, craics lo promote and e.vpanl farm service. T o s 5 i b 1 y the achievement of cleclricily is shown DIGGING OF CLAMS i FORM, 'VICTORIANS STARTS ON COAST! ARE VISITORS HERE FROM WEST TEXAS DALLAS, March 11 UKUI trainman on the Texas Pacific Linen in Texas have vntc-d to strike, it vny aniiannced tnduy by Krcd Itarr, vji-c-ptX'HidiMit of tlio linMliL'rhood of Locoriujtivtj Fire- men atirl KnjOnemtn. Tlio main complaint of tlnj iVaiu- ALSO FILLING STATION lhal tllc' faiisfor- ______ jrml L'inpkiye.s from Marshal! when _ _ _, i that division point was moved, Texas Company Secures Op- heavy moner- tion on Beckhatn Property jty ami homes which UH.-J- iionsiu in Same Vicinity. wcre pay li-rn Ti ai li- in 111" :i' all College in KelUltvky. 11.' ci-ib won tin -'iiv n-i l in- iiit'iiiiur; tliis star player 1 'l hit -uul pi AHUM T mrtropo'.Hvs, liav tutinMi it "pro." vy d i--i broach t th" nanir- joiliet] MS ;pitrheL- tn I'.-JT and rlnif ,es out tin- intn nulil he pim b.iM liy i IV'. e An' Nil n T lit t 1 i i SWcn' il 1 last snnnnrr, !U- won fov.r1 in i'i' 'i n !1 till r.Jr-1 (.OIU lost tn- th" "1. i.iK llie.itid .1 HUT u iTxi'vlul Biu-ly of Me may urn nnl.'' Uvrll. llynn. 1 ma.joi> tins year inn ck. also foL'lioth in ho will, in tJie nv LU -1 Vi-d ;ill ui liomithhrs per He liu, in ml 'V 1 ''IM U- fi'.', it has from I'MI l.rua. Kv to Ihivi11 and ;v qnarter lU'iiniLs leithitr.; in; I hiip-'rl.i? iVc-> u b. ,T, 'i'. 1'utliT. wil h ;t and h denumds sp'.'uVini: of TV- s'.vcaii'r in lii'luiii" of naliU'dlly, resnltini: ciitwn.' lirivo tndei' of tl'.c mhul nuioiis its inhabitants city a ini-j yi ml tin 3 CHILDREN BORN TO DEATH WHEN FLAMES DESTROY RESIDENCE The ii i Sirnili. Aim Sinilii,   

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