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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 11, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "Wliito Gold Frames" Not only Ihc latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They arc wearing tbem now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNsTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone ISO Geo. H. French, 1'ublisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWWf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per AnnurnI VOLUME 82 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 11, 1929. NUMBER 2341 Timely Topics HARDWARE OEALKIIS will prubiiljly Ijn iiitorvslt'il in Ilin I hut in China grow on IIHCS. tin! syMcm could lit' foiled xa Iliiit oilier Implements i v.-.nili]  and sorry for her. she looks so Ussne of April "The At: arlmniiiK and envious, jtorney cieneral's UnLianmrnl. lilinm. ami fii---sn-iiicifeclive: (in rf-ndorins an oiiinimi lo the 1 violations have IIUMI made felon-l Dr. of Dallas, nation-; Her i-lotlu-.-- r'.ro always sn eounly attorney of Wichita) the ics lxl....... poor liltk- thiiiL-. Anil shf pays io, j lansila.m' of Ihis and: ami indictments in cadi case will j crinariiin and L. R. Jlaolne, his j for theni. Her home is fur- inclusive, as as explicit; it ,li... However, tiles POULTRY LECTORI HERE LAST NIGHT! ROLL GALL ACCOUNT Salo Saons, 57f brother ot s follows: Tria! cost Old foi1 ni" j fen Saens, had his left leg broken. were present ai a Urge-1 jn places and was badly' In its account of the Fire, rile-' Sheriff's ii-lmuiu's annniil roil call. The Ad-1 icale inadvertently omitled the the deinirtmcnl's new Tolal......... MORE TROOPS ARE SENT-TO MEXICAN BORDER BY U. S. nisheil will, all considers Ilia! the Inw menns wiial dictmvnts can returned liy mcolins of tliw (julf i nru'iscd about the body when Tc, lhis 'Inlls, hr'a.Wed WAS1H.XCTOX. April She seems lo have n does Keder.il sranrt jnry. Asso.j was struck hy an autotno. sim thu in mi1llv ine. liispat.h of Knui-ihure V..SHHS, inoiuj. uni-n she statement (Attorney DC- next term of itic- emnl in j ,-nltion at the fnamber of Com-j bile in the southern portion of T.wjn father addilional lees for sum- American ir-Hips. lo Ilie Mcxk-.m out to buy any soap sil- aiartnn.nl, emphasise the fact that Victoria will bcsin on Monday. May Tuesday night and I the city last night. :V n( wilnesJcs. sla lions, tiiere are now venvare. or lingerie or she's ,na fees legally may he (ollected The cases umilina include three Diseases of ateii fur Saens is under tratemcnt at sure to turn iiji with somellilni; from iiersoiis with '.imiioiianl civil suits and a number nr. ileinniistrateii the Victoria Hospital and his nany No. 2, Ilie company which j .Justice T. I.enoir is hdily ever heard of before on the highways, no matlor of liquor eases, iloesn't want to hear of iipvin. made of Slie is Dial easer, not very sn obtiiineil, ete. bright, who. "my di-iir. rlorsn'l tin' offccttvcuo.-1.-? of a tlu- worminjr oi In oliier n snnill ANOTHER-DRY GOODS Ilie condition is such that he has not been able to give, any de- aills ill tails "lc accident. The city only 2n niintite.-. I tin- silver loving for Ihc auondauce at the roll wall. that the result of tlu authorities are investigating the case but so far no arrest has been made. now on display in A. anil H. T.cvy's show windows. t Tin- name of IH-v. Martin A. oE Titnity t il (hsi in tlio ailveiliscine Oil" really a little vexed v.-iib lint let's iiril wnstc too nun li on ITS ahoiit lini'- fur dear hvly. in liave your daily H..isin. Ir'cvunin. or ('ra'm havt: a niolor i-oji and hy I rsimpl.v ineorimratini; a few blocks 'if varain ierrilovy. I.. DUS'I.AI' April II. i 'hliers. infantry, ami artillery. Sic points on Hit: horder- lo are unable to pay' to lay out their American lives. fines in jail, therein- deiirivin.- tin- officers of their fees .-.nil 'PI OT TO DYNAMITE TRAIN Ihc whole expense oil the county. OF CALLES DISCOVERED fITY, Ainil U.- size of Telferm-r. Inex Ilioon, CTflRF TR (1PFW pmilir'y free of worms 'U UrC'N dmrch, also inadvertently Dn0rn. IHO V u, ilvnamite -h, m r JHF SIMRN RllliniNG !isi nf VlGTuHlA ROSEBUDS :1 byl lnL DwILUinU nmon, Inrk.ys. ,Ie also UVVNO rAnlYl al ihe nteetitiK. ;rllnlnr umiwmiTO cnt.iinamlcr.in.ihiel of tin fewhlocks ___ hens ,ve He-- RUz, was S army and urcsi- ANU UAImO as mommnncins the J3AMKQ MIS rillif.n'lENGAGE IN WUKHUUlb L ;'v >M- Mr. has, icon associated J j ,k..Inlllilrt, show also wa, nninten-i Rahl ,mt a v" he held ill connection with tlio lAel of land in tli" n-i'l .ollons. yj( -.vMi- :L: in .ouf.c ai Pleasure li-bml; 1M' II...- i.... inmi. >o iram, wlii.-h more than tw-nty asim-anH v" .WORK STARTED ON DfiQC! I E Dllll PIMP tor ihe IK.SI five v.ars 7- imcl its :l a  Tuesday hj Antonio, a. Ihe I'.olary Cliih a-- (nihlished in Jlv. Scoti i? deali-r ii.-ic lor t th.-se columns antulil jliilo. 'ill.' milSdlt, Mill !ie at will later 'h'le. s.ilv at l.aili.-l llr.ll Tii.'Sd.iy. April asreenieill to hav-: The! Intei'e.ieil La-.-Iwll fans in Hi- .11 Mivernor apologize for alleseil :ire remiii.lr'ii ,.f ihiMa.c lii.-i" v.ili ,.n pl.iin ihiilni: his food he- of Commerce Hall tomorrow CM n- clu-. k.Mi and ho, oHV-e, havior. ins a.'. ..iX'.'s m.iy be hoiitlu. f   

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