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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 28, 1929, Victoria, Texas Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, tlfpng and stylish. They wearing them now. 0R, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist 1 and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Easy Terms Phono 159 H. Trench, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFFERNOON, MARCH 28, 1929. NUMBER 222 Timely Topics t ONE OF THE assists Iliat any community can possess Is d fecliiin of "KCIOI! will" bcliveen flit Juli tbitants. Victoria ban many "ptoplo within ils liorders. Most of Hun aic honestly and sincerely at- IPUinUiu, lo live meritorious lives. Thorc Is no reason why they fl.ould not include in Ihelr pro- Knvii'im int-ntional ciilllvalion of jt' splill of friendliness and kind- low ird each other. liau heard of Iwo citizens ol Victoria who, not many munthi their vacation at a pop- ular resorl, they met many ot charm and culture. Talk- ing about their new found friends they time lo the conclusion Him, in tbere were many! f[ orfcds ft r.opy ,t fbi.ch d.l.Bbtfnl companions to ba j over 131) years HIT AND RUN DRIVER PLACED IN JAIL HERE IN NORTH CAROLINA Mrs. Mary K. Hewitt, St, mother ,it Clms. L. Hewitt o( Ibis tily. who dlocl at tier home in Klizabe-th City. III III ID To Protect Movie Struck Girls ijoietl by those who apriroacii em in the rl.alil way and wllh :i issue of city Advance receiv- tin- spirit of mutual hv Mayor I. A. S lleatli. wtio came to Victoria from There is much truth in their j city l-'ebiiiary 0. ISTti, realization. We who live In Vie- foi n. pursue OIK vocations i'l search of Hie coin that we need, and was followed here 15 years TO HP 111 GRKS1 Events in the Lives of Link Men was In the grocery business in this and olten we become :-o for many yeais. Mr. Hewitts JL Jtcnt upon ils Ibat we.molher was tbe mother of 2n ebil- Erare not tin; lime that is neces-'dren, leu of whom were ste.p-chil- i_ry to become aeuiiainted withjdren. His father, Henry Hewitt. Am neighbors, la Ibe older days died several years, aso. Tbe article different but this modern from the Advance is as j of spcetl ill all tilings, finds us Amuns Hie Papers ot 5Ui>
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