Monday, April 29, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 29, 1929, Victoria, Texas WIFE GRAVE c "WJiilc Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist anJ Optometrist Gco. H. French, Publisher. jj. VOLUME 31 A -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNiTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE BOLLARD ATOR Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum Timely Topics (St. Louis I here is an a! lick' In Ihe. Norlii American KcvEcw for May under the heading "Master Farmers suc- ceed." The author is Dr. Hoberl Stewart, dean of the College o! Apiculture, University of Nevada. He tells a story of agricultural sue- cess. Tlie. idea os-fcfiialed al the Unl- y urutly of -Wisconsin where the tu-totn prevailed for years of issit- lug certificates of merit to succefis- fJl farmers in thiil state. The edi- tor of a farm paper stalled a cam- p-jioi, kiioivn as the Muster Farm- er movement. Now the at conferring the master's degree cindiclalw who iji.v.lii'y is oper- attnj, in seventeen .slates. The can. t dtdaics, it is explained, are chose', i In thi.ii' neighbors and friends, and their claims for admission into 1 vlnt might bo called the Winer's l Ihi Belli Kappa are passed upon by compelent jndses. Stewart's article is a proccs- situ, of tacts. In Oklahoma, for j is men were certified svi 'Mailer. Partners in January, Ifli'S. Ibe firms operated by these men aicriBe 330 acres. Average, "00. Nel Income, 10.4 per cent, j lion lo family living, inciud-; iciit household expense Ihe opEratjiji; expenses fo NUMBER 2-19 Meets Death in Car Wreck Going from San Bcnito to Seadrift. CAPT HAWES' WIDOW to Decorate Grave of Late Husband Follow- ing Day. Spring Term of District Court Opens in Victoria KKKKSSKX Theadore Caraway, Out On Furlough, Dies un j ;vhjlo rmlle s.m i to soaurm for tbc ob.cr- j RobitidllX'S Trial Formally 'vanei; ot Decoration pay there Sun- How did they do it? The No details of the accident Y.ir stresses iliese points: The I have been received here. ,verc, considerably larger j Jlvs_ of th.n the average farm ot (he uimcd lo, a.hisb Coast crop instance, the llt ago i.cld of wheat in Oklahoma is i Was buried at seadrift Keptem- 14 bushel, an aue. The Master jhel, slle ;hcK produce bushels. Aver- lflecorilllj ,lis mfl y cotton yield, ITT pounds an'v.-ith the aceiiient, The funeral 1 atrc Master Funners' yield. ,his impounds. Average corn yield 17. c i bushels. .Master Fanners' yield, 2S bushels. SpMnr Miv 9fl nf 7n Ot NlBIl MANY JAIL CASES Reeves Thicket Murder Not to be Placet! Before'Grand Jury at This Term. Wife Held In Death of Rich Eccentric IF; OPPOSING S OE I Distinguished Texans Com- iny for Hearing in Refugio Oil Case. Mow did they get such results'.1 All Visler Farmers used the most 'approved -methods of production. one of them owned and used n manure spreader. Al! crop rotation. All followed good methods of soil improvement An in Oklahoma. FO Kansas, LAREDO TRAIN IS i DYNAMITED NEAR The Victoria District Court con- vened here al 1ft o'clock this mom- ills1 for its spring term. Judge J. P. Pool presiding. The (.irand Jury Wii.s as follows: J. M. I'ickonns. Masscy, 0. Oiulerilijnk, Jr., ji. y. I son. Paul Wifcbkacnipi-i. MKXICO CITY, April t luday iM'iins a ili.smk- 111 nois and other states. The sue- 'rum ilie Cily of Qiieiciaro that a c s of the Master Farmers is train which left Mexi-' [j Ihe same in ils lilst "'Kill for Laredo. Tex- Tho first essenlial is. of management. They aic able nc men, these Master I-'IVIIH-.S. Tlev detect leaks and stop them. Tlcy avail themselves of Ihe services of the agricultural1; as. was dynamiled early today .'ibi.iit miles IVwii city I ween Ihe stations of CT.intcpcc and! T In- ns 'manned as bail- A. A. Murphy, J. K. liyan, II. YV. Sohh-in. Jos. Vagi, Al i.npe rcdraza anil John I Federal govern mint They teloas lo co-operaiivn miiketiiiR associations, ivid are members of ihe Farmers' Union or six hours bccaiis Rational Ciranpc. They live Well. loctnnotive. Their homos, in appointment anil i equipment, spell prosperity. lo the Master Farmers have niwlc their own way. Some cd as hired., bauds, some as tenant imers, a few will, small inheril- inc What doss their success me in? Dr. stew-art's conclusion icam slr.-vise. "l- i.' cscoii ami n paspeiiCTrs i t i for the I'irsi until hum This is the first time Pool has held cmn-t thai "Change! To telephone. I want I inlo Ibe Beardslce borne, j "Did thia woman shool you'" an ambulance. My husband has I the officer found, indeed, thai the i Dcarrisltn is said to have nodded ihoir And Mrs. Nhc wc.-n.., ih, He then dTcd. Mra. Beardslee tie- W" m. toy i mulsh, chol him. She was held. In the vast Colonial h3US5 in of a distinguished Colonial family, had lived stone until his marr.apa ibrci years n v.-aitress twenly-four years younger, Oliver Beardslee, wealthy eccentric, was fatally shot under mysterious circumstances. His wile, Gladys Foster, twenty-seven, said by police to have been so intoxicsted when she reported th: shooting she could not give a coherent story, was being held on a technics! charge. hy's. More Hum -l.flOD persons walked hy the body at a IVmca Cily mortuary in an attempt lo identify Oaajie Connly officers said the man luid been killed by tin1 bead and body. blows A blii slained wrench r.nind a mile away, they believe Ic have hern the wea- JOKES ON VICTORIANS TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS llnlvrnalional News Ki-rvioc) Muhimilliiiuairu Andrew Mellon may learn Unlay whelher the .'ienate Judiciary Committee i hi- Is l ho of- jli.r ci! secretary of the treasury II- "Stay out of it yon miylhinK about your life or reputa- Thi.s is an old saying. In fat', it is said to have been handed down from (he drvys of the Flood aad to have first been uttered a'i's Ark liy Ibe- Owl to tin: I.amb when (he I.amb was a candidate tor im" ii.ria of lhc Ju T The train v.as held pnton have been made out devils nt damage lu the! jit-nun by ihe jury. Th _______ civil iloeket is for some f Icrms. befoiv Ihe campaign was over by .Hie Jyins of Ilieir opiionenls. 4-YE'AK-OLD DIED THIS MNING Ihe iAli of which is a prelude to an in- differome whether he did ov not: 0. S. ee Catholte prlc.slK were kill- j The first two weeks of tin- term I will be devoted tivil eases and i ilbe last three ueeks I., criminal I cases. A civil suil a lol on Ihe Purl l.ar.-ica v.-aiorfroiit.' I probably will Im Hied liisl. It ih... "K l l "T mer 3" yoa" t.mes wben there wire clurinsc Jirs last itlnuss in j he v.as called. I home to lance a bom-felon on Mrs. 1 C. Harris' thumb. On his sccnnd i visit the doctor related that Mrs. 1 Harris asked iiim: "Schneider j And he said hj replii-il: i "Ves. Mr. Schneider is mayor bui Is a prelty man and ho may not be mayor very And wbi'i: tie "il by rhinesi! bandits April the American consul at llanknw re- liorteil lei the Stale Heparlluenl f, dav. STREET WELL INVOLVED Fonrter Governor is Uncle of T. P. Morgan, Defendant in Case. Condition Hopeless When Conveyed to Victoria Hospital Friday. CONVICTED IN 1925 Given 35 Years for Murder of Anton Wepreck hut Sentence Reduced. A hearing on a temporary re- stisinintj order granted by District Judge J. Pool to George Strauch, landowner of Refugio. am! others; against the Uetugio Development Company and the City of Itefngio Inis been set for morn- inj- al 3 o'clock in the District Court here. Judge Pool granted- (ho order for four days and it was continued by agreement of all par- ties until Wednesday. The healing involves the validity ot mineral leases made by Ihe City Theadoi-c Caraway, died atiot ltetllaio on its unusiied streets llio Victoria llospila! at o'ciock to Ilc'fusio Development Com- moriung while on a furlough The company drilled a well from the state penitentiary at strectd enclosed In Huntsville. nc was granted Ihe praperly and was t-i bring it in as an oil well vtien Hie Hiraiitli family obtained ihe'rc- stiaining order. The Sti-riiu-h family is said t-.i h.ive actjuircd the property from jtiiL city more, than ifj years ago but the dty in of it reservations for streets S3 1-3 feet wide. The streets have since beea fence and used tor pasturcyza remainder of the furloush hy Governor Dan Moody Ilirce weeks because of failiir- men! at the hospital at Day city before brnnglit to liosptt- liere in a hopeless condition Friday. L'araway was convicted of the nusnlcr of Anton well tiHifei teuce anu wUh Ur. Mc.MnUcn says wered: "Yes. Mr. Schnei.ler is still .all trict Court here in Xovcmbor, 19-5. Md senlenced t., 35 years in the! T1' Penitentiary. He remained in jail I !'S "rc for a year whi.e his was on and after it was affirms! of An income tax bill was introilui.- seiilt-nea was reduced to sii'i, streets of city in Ike Tcvas today I y< :vrs by Governor .Miriam and no MauriU of was sti'Ur-k over i !'''T' head with a bottl.. 'W 'C The some nays later of lo.kjaw V'r !'IC Oth'-'r is limitation does, not run against Caraway was the Mr. and it since the streets form a portion of MM? townsitc and tlw it residents of this coiiaiv IIK-KIIV shows on Snndny in nil will he made in cr v'lllo-v rcnietery A tvsuiniion was tlin Trxas House, loiiay by U. seiilative lien Marshall cnndc-mniiis the operation th its own laird tn what. r purpose it sec-s fit. The charge that for eight years has wn-stlcd. 'UL" n'ffl nn %Mi-.ji uiuiu wen? nn is still _____ s or walches various relisious j mayor am! will be mayor until l-'iitncn members ,be AMFBIH A WC used lo rmj; bells lo call their jiv. serves mil his term unless Slcamer Viking are believed to] HilllLniUAlHO 1................. SIGN OF FOR GAY i have been lust loiiay when li1.-- bm-Hi-il in tic: 's Manila after i-.n explosion ca, .by the JL-nliion nf viilalile sas hati-ites. W ahumlance of fads: There is probably not better, opiwrnmilies in farming toilay for llio yoans man of the ikbl typv. a-: Iheje is in any other line of effort." nimbus. Tho child had been, iill sinio Thursday and v.as brought it.i ilu- hospital I-'riclay siijferins ifrnlil spasms. i Tlic fiiNcriil will be from Ityau's i Chapel here- tomorrow aftrrnoon at n years has I'laced a whili- uf an il nt on the highways, which iv-' In d-.-iitb. The little- i milkers have bien in unm-' 1 er ind (he miu-Hd-mindeil are rh -1 wanding tfie ilisLonlinnaiico ot Ihe priclicc. i At one intersection. accordinK tn the Philadelphia 1 th ic arc six of these silent remind- i n'cluik. Hit- Tfl.SA. njil.i Srrvites will be held libouKh a relative I'-r l.ulhcraa Chnreb fieri the hoilv i.f April l.isl we -k irlcnli 'Mi'- farm n-lirf prnblr-m ritir.iu-u sMli.h, today as ,ho shows that people slm-jld know whether yon ave to all they bear during a p her Ihiiinh aisain." opLiincd anll .lospphino. Ail.l then it tliiwn. filtillly wnnnrtrd'himsrif 'h llo you know that "I111" physician lln- s.u, Kinumi., Cathcdrnl al ll-.i says if ln> is fleeted 'de in means "cut he will slop all the church c-isi hells from i Whi'? slory. ai I Well, he .f llrcihfnl om> hy Mi Mullen, w-.i-i Ihe editor before lo pD lo rluirih without a 'public.ilioii. Fnr Ihe lot of noisy bells and tli.rtnvhlng M :ins of -schncide nuhr" iclicvl Hi. ir neighbors they should stay T. Scott lending dcr- sp Cily, as Unit oil field v i found to he v ilillilii: slaliou JTlslsa. I'm said Oulcsby w hen deputy she, itfs chun liners don't know what ('illy verified hy prompted by O.sh sbyV mnlhi'l :Mrs. Kora Oth.-sby of I'valde. Tex iixl.iy. He kn> i-iiiu- a when he filed a. bullet intu his i hest. .n s tell when til- Arueiir.i'is arriv..- v.iil Witvm s. Already .liat-Hy bookings, s IspecdiHK Inward lainehlfiju ;ntd iv fnrmci- presj.if. l.'ilcnialirviiil I.it'i; (inn. riniviit.il in V admit, but rather than abandon idemi-ied body as Camlidne: ,t doesn't makc any bas ter i harse that the plaintiff arc obstructing thi .'t.tK-cis will, their fences. 1 Sim-o '.here arp many Jnnilown- in Hefagio who unused I'lK-.'uiod that have been by the tily for drilling pur. other suits against the an> expected. Thi3 lily sold some of this properly ,e--ervatioiiS to ihe laie a; Jloft e: liu-se jr.u-ts ore uruler lease i variuis-i oil tompanics and they are Kivauriis in 'heir suit against tity. '.'.i-' u t'lunsue inibrai.es nine M'i-.ii't! miles. T. hroiht-r Williani .Morsaii Antonio. tcMing In- d' p'.-iiib nt r-p-M-jlor n{ Hie Kcfngio ili'M. is of Ihe Kefngii I'. Company. Tho Moi- aix- ws (oinier Covcr- -'r J.i-. K- wiio is their They luv.i alsj ot Antnul.v Mayor ,1, would to tho Coutinaed on two)

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