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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 18, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "While Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfottEtble, itrong and alylish. They am wearing them now. DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURN-TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Ceo, H, French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 18, 1929. NUMBER 240 Timely Topics GO THROUGH any town and tan tin- iillllude of mind of tin; people make up the (own. If tlie town li well luken euro 'at. If (he grans Is mowed and llie streets well kept, it shows llic ul- titude of mind of the people of th'j coin inn nit y. If the streets arc fill- ed with trash and the vacant loU IierinUled to grow nn In weeds or filled with junk and worn tuttomobiles It gives the impression a: of u careless and .shift less attltiuln on Iliu part of eiiliri' coinniunHy. These (liJuss creale the f.' reaction to tbj- visitor U   Ituy bi'tnuap produclrf thai nrfi advertisi'd hy thai arc r'.'liahU-. assure you of iict- liriK your money's worth and just yon expect. As you turn ovi'r Urn niiyss nt this papcir atul note; the vavious aiK'urlUt'd hy IUc various uiorclianlrt, your inind sturt'.H it way for tnmnrrow a ciimpiict and vat- iii.Mo fuuil nf j tivoly you will ronirililif.M' j; TiictR ymi make youv imun [ncrriixo yotir of by leading Uio adveilisL-TiK'nis f. nliirly. i DURING ARMY t mf.vif; I" way am moused Ilir irp ;v balaUion ioni tcil M his ;i'ljn-' ill enjoy umiKiiul prosperily, in icw  viUi .siuxes--1. Kvcry iitiin Heen -so uir with only ;ne or two lias rt-ypoiul- favoraoly, ilirruliy insuring VIGTflRil IfflSEBODS WUNDERWOBffi HBWSREM.-BRPCHIU) OF SUNDAY iKILLED IN OF VICTORIA in which Mr. auttnnoliile wiis damugod the; linnis fwi- the HLiit. The colllslimi hainiencd itL Nursery October Mrs. ochav.'e v.'a-s ilrivinj: tins other car anil )he ocmr-, rod while slit- I'litering the-: from a hint- as Mr. IN NEW UNIFORMS! Wherever il vieiori-i Sunday will iv'.l "muck mil'' in new baseball uniforms, j DE'L'UOIT. April Ha uc'l Alii'amsbn, nolovtoiin Yoik p.nil Iji'troit luiiliii wdiUl OF VICTORIA THIS MORNING silill to dculli Ka' Del. tun I'iinlul. linllct-riilillccl lunly 1 ;n jin-m nf rr VHl'H'iLi, died al Isev kill-liimsiilf.-'- Kin! slid mm lii.-r henil ;unl lioanl n sliot. jlarc'.l silt- (litl nol_ A seribbk-d iKitc fimnd imdei- njin MPIinC I 1QT in llie said: -Cino.lljy.-j WSLDUn lltAUC LlOi cvcrylMXly. Pay my ili-bls." Tin; note was not ad'hensc'l to aliyono. hishwiiy fi-Din a linn-as AII-. -MByL-r. to over fifteen! viclonu, [licit at nsr was imssliiK on Uiu'lilghway. j f j was found in a pmldUi of wiit.T al Missujii Valley at ilowns n. tins r.i.un it L i, all Mr.U) a gamc {or tho. Bud. Sun- (s ri.. AK-yiu- iilk-scs. and hB is suiiiK Kinssville uskinu for a. nun atni-jiiil." u> liiivc his. rtay.Wt the-: ilai'SiUerof uilvL-rlisini; un fur tliis than any yet is- lie obtained Jon'l csvre mak, in Hit- Coun anil tin; Snuvvfs look nil to AusUvell iind Tivoll DEATH SENTENCE i WASIIINfJTON, April I'l-esiik'iii Hcrlievi lld.ivi-v toilay naimul Kc-iU-ra! jiuiKi'S. Ik-iirtiiii; lisi tin- JACKSON COUNTY HAVE POULTRY SCHOOLirC. rr iHMicli ll-.c l'iiHc'1 Sintos Cin-Hii Oiurt liy the im-siiknt. IJDXA, Ti'x., April 1S.-W. In (lie jKCkson County's vnsli duriiin tlic r'.asini; days lit I i riiStl iiurnii; i IIH.-.T "i Hint a roimroMS Hn Hoiivt-v ix-nonUib. May IT. 1S5S. SIio is survived BE PRONOUNCED ON iuls writer nmn vvin he Dt FnUIIUUHULU UN :oll, Mr, in ,mlcr to IHM.KS dis- w- 'S "-''mstul'. fo, ;i lilt brM.veen the Hmls Ol JlUpR ftT 001 CM AW Valley, ami brother, lilr.t-d lime defendants. ,.Lcm'or, KinSsvillc at OLAltnAl UULtlTlftK. 0. I'. cf tins city. tin: fair, which will be hi1 lit tier ii lo !0, JUDGE DANIEL IS DEFENSE COUNSEL IN ROBIDOUX CASE .InilKc l.onis Wood of H'oiiKlon. Messrs. Meyer and have .ilwjiys thu hesl of f.-ieiuU ami -nK- Yoaliiim lloosters are eaccf 1'cv.. April iS.-rlHSl Imlli dl-clure they are opiiosins each Kunday. Imi t. Wt-lls 1-1, in" deaili in the in H.is ease m-I for llie have been is ami burial will i lecinres l-e delivered by i-onl Thf will be fr'jni Ilio resi- I'lid'.iy allernnoii at 2 o'clock. will be held at ril. Mary'.' try school will he hehl in Kdna. I hjln_ U'Rinnini; Saturday. April The school will be held ,m Hutuida; nCMMCV'O'n for four j VICTORIA PENNEY UU. weeks MAN IS TRMSFEfiREO; counties will at-Ki-il lo slrndions at tlio school ui-w. T n I P and of the U DLLVIU.L 0 I UHL niiixnnt involved Inn as a nia.u-v' hy iln- pi-iiu-il.lB. l-'ri.-inls irifd ,m as May compromise Ihdv is (o :1, f.ne llic M.il was callrd for '.rial for lwo hri tl.is moniinp williunt In an hi, pnh.l of Mr. pldest im-mlK-r of Hie School ill I'm: L'enieiery. i it c i-mi'loyi'M for f.ift live years in the PI An ULAU I H T''c lionUvy iiidusiry is lakinu- .v bture. has boon J, II. UHtLLI [ffim holil jn au.l tYi.ney Moro of lllf Viclnriii Indepe.l.ieilt Ills- foniR-rly of IMi-t Uivaca. loi-Jtncl. Mi-. HI-IKIWC served lor, iiu-r dislrici itliarney li. I.. D.ini.-l hnany years as cn.miy Vcakum Sunscl's sclleilulc for the early 1'arl nf tin.- season is fill'-d. i-in.n, liather than reniain idle, ill iht'ld fVKI'.O. Tesnf, !v inaniler. He I wiih mnrfler of .Tames alul that fool lo clear vil1' of Seadrifl. f; pnl and ask him why lilanliety. Idank I.e hioiiRlit Ibal camera I The officer trotted off lo i.nry out order. On his rcliirn (elonel said: "Well, win.l did If "lie said thai he his he wished lad brought a niovielnne ir- THE SPEAKER Wild rd and timilly after n, Imip. j'-A lime noliifd the restles r.cts "f bis ase is M-I for trial al. 'orl a r.n-mer Wtatc Miirpliy of tlojisi Charles LONElANDIT ROBS liilllu-'1' .l-dm il. Ktilcv liial ho 1 O CUlCinQ hinds wil! urobaldy iday shrift, II P mil I MflT iW Rl ,eivin, all i UK. A. 0. OnltLUO have a samo 01 Ihui :U. U, If ILL IUU ttOIV ..xnrej-sitiK I Conny, 1 lie- deiuidiiiils -ll sniulay. ,ta FOR REDUCTION IN "EW that he had Mr. a n-raliry in- h.-n. as manager will fill caiwi-iiy in li.-ovill-. Mr. ivcord i- Mit- of his in J. .-rli m. i i in .lu.i.ji III.T 1.1 i i i lUtl I IkaUU VJ I IV I I I -'IU1" 1 '-4, -I a inl'll ,1 n- i mm PAYMENTS OF ROTARY CLUB LOTSIWEATEN ,lr. Altall DJQT WW ,M.rii 1.-. --I'. Sunday inoniiivs h> somenno k.mi-k-; v ice. UUnillU I HO I I UHM unless xvcr, thoy ,m ulaycrs. she was ;i, tins 1111 GOES TO BEDSIDE OF FATHER FILLING STATION OWNER IN DALUSpr P.M.l.AS. loiio AT EUFAULA, ALA, Oucn II. dis, ;s a [Ion in MIL- Ceimaa war ilrli; llepa.alions CouM-M-m r. Dnn.ild Sle t. It1- Inokeil aron the room ;uul n-markefl Mi-- bandit poinli- In- held'lialilc! for iliinss done li> child when diild no' carrying oni insir.iclii.a-. and ailcKalions did not. siiovv iliiis, In- said. The aiioim-y I'm the (ihlintilf Mr. Iliius. REPORT DEM1EO. s rif.li' as i he clrM Ino Mrf Davis, a former teacli April I1 -IhSI Innt the wife anil Iw.i yi, toria I'nWie Kehoois p, rlin liiat sinus appaienlty tn lii. in the an had :c; llefeil-c lonnx'i said wniiM lai- lefl today at iiiorbed Oivt-n It. nnd .1. I' llis; mion Kufai.la. Alah.ima. lo h" .li-.cuss debt r, .at 111, liedside of fallier. ll. B. ilmlinn al Mu- n iwi.nion- on his anil ll'- ask-, rl Flu- ct'ambennald' s.i't. "Mr. I'.aih'V. is yn-i I'iii'li il thai lie mil'h .ilivi-. 1101 b-itis-; ,'iieu, '1 tin- ilntir lo sei-. and! well ami lioarly, she, Mr Itiih-y. d-j ,-lock." i nntenUon. On llie jury ale Max l.i-rm.-r. K. T. Clark. Marion Seinicherl. M. O. Million, Sebicl ;illd IM Ilit'Zcl. nn, s, who is serionslv ill. Mr. .Innes is slipei-inlelulent of i iirm; cotton mill in -Kufnula. WEATHER REPORT Hicsidi-nt iori.i at ihe. Tuesday o'" niK'MIO. Is.-jlliSI-- I1U- ilnb. l-firk and l.ird n-.r- c-.n-nm- Tin- m-w a'.- Allan rniteil la.-l v-.'r frank H. Ci.iin. .lo'nn il- b; the '.nslit'i1..- Amvru.m ISairc-.- lS-.il Miat her-.- Cc.odlno. and oae-U.ilf liillion Tin- new oft'ii-'ss pn; k and li'i'ii eaien m Hi's will lake offire in .1'ily. saivhi< the y.-ar 11 ,-ow to Mr. as ,1 It1-'. vear L-.-v-rnmenl Al the iiieeiiii- "i !a'; hciei.'LiT. v.Tt-'k tlit- mellllu-l-; iv.-.e.-fs 'ill-- i li'et' ;ih- lloine llu- lo.-...-; of tho 1'alli WelJel Sihooi.   

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