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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 30, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "White Gold Frames" Not only Ifie lalest, bul comlWlaljle, strong and ttylisli. They arc wearing Ihcm now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist A i Trr" VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. Gco. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FOR FURN-TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUB Easy Teritu Phono 159 FIRST, VICTOK1A AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWCSr IN GE Timely Topics ALL WHO would win must share was Ijora a Byrou. THE ADVOCATE some time i Qgo, hi connection with its dairy edition, carried In tliis col- >imn a definition of :i cotv. It Is only filling we a definition of a bull. The "dull" article was cod from Inc. I'ubHshcr's Auxiliary, which In turn bad taken il from an arllclQ by Herman Hoc In Die Norlhfk'ia (Jlimi.) News. II fol- lows: H pains mi: lo that your Colyuin is degenerating into a lexl- book of t.'mtatmal History but ;vi a companion pio.ce lo lhal inspired c on The or heller, as a I to II, you need a Treatise on Bull. I take pleasure in submUlinK Eucli n ihciis. It ton Icngtliy ij- for your Colyiim hut its merit is f attested to by the fact that il was 1 long enough I" win a IS. H. degree I in this of Cows, College.; and Contentment.. and modestly subinil- incrtMA.v KOK. Cf "Who's Who in America." Yoa -will hole that I was nwavdcil the Bachelor of Science decree tind not VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 30, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 250 FAIRF what you thot tlic stood for. abbreviation THEADORE CARAWAY LAID TO REST AT CRESCENT VALLEY The funeral of Theadoro Cara- way, :ii, whose dealh occurred at tlie victoria Hospital early Monday morning, look place from Ityiui's Chitpcl nt 'i o'clock (his afternoon and hurial was made iu Iho cent Valley Cemetery. Itev. A. .1. C.ir.'ion, jiastnr of die first Baptist Cl.urth of tins city, conducted the riles. Caraway was the son of Mr. and -Mrs. T. D. caraway, highly esteem, rcsidc'iits of Victoria County, and was born in this county July 1S'J5. Ho followed farming for a number of years and was regard- an industrious and upright young man. nis- unfortunate and untimely death i.s deeply regretted a large circle of friends. In addition to his parents, he Is survived by four Li-others and five sisters: Ediv.-trd Caraway, Mrs. Claude Jennings, Mrs. Arthur anil .Mrs. 1'aul Williams of ay City; Mrs. Ncal Wharton, Ash- ertou; Alexander Caraway ami wharioti, Victoria County; Gen Caraway. Port U- vaca. and Hubert Caraway, West Ti xas. X U. S. Court To Adjourn Here From Day To Day The "Treadise on Hull" by "Tcr- giverous in part, follows: What Is Bull? A Bull is a foiir-lsfiged animal of the bovine species, masculine gen- der, but sometimes esthelicaUy re- ferred to in scnlccl society as. "th0 or. a "gentleman cow." Some people think Ibc- word null is .vulgar. This is purely thc mental illusion of a "poor erauherfert, post- graduate, denatured, esthetic: and prudish people, who iry lo make people think I hoy. arc what they are not. 15ul llicl'e is another kind ot Bull and thai is diliereiit. This kind of Unit may be called ai spontan- eous combustion menial gymnastics.................. .._ the brain cells do not convey thc some of which were proper amiiuul of horse sense lo thc vocal carburetor and thus the speaker fills the room with this unbalanced concoction, eitphonc ously labeled null. When speaker; NEARLY 100 CASES ARE DISMISSED BY DISTRICT Victoria Young Lady y Gem Thief of discordant j Today District .ludsje J. I'. I'ool dvated the Victoria County civil It comes dockets of nearly one 1011, or IS "jfiled as far back ycary ago. Quite a number of the defend- ants, litigants null their attorneys have been deaci for some lime. are conscious of an improper cilscs Wl'ro "ivura: or a flooding of the vocal car- buretor, or are threatened with a brain storm, they should look about for a semi-colon, or, hotter still, a period, for (here is absolutely iia use of shooting lliu slnff unless it tvll Istick. Also, it the room be a close one there is grave danger oi asphy.viatini; the audience. WE ARE GLAD President WOMEN'S NEXT FIGHT TO BE ON_ TOBACCO VAU'AIIAISO, Iml., April aided in hi-inging about national prohihiliun. Ihc W. C. T. next probably will make an assault upon ihe lohncco and session of Included {opinion liere by Instructions Involve Term ScheduSsd to Begin Monday, May 6. WEIGAiNO GETS ORDER Issued Because JurJtjcDocs Mot Expect to be in Vic- toria at Regular Time. II. L. WcisiuKl or tills city, den- United Slates district clerk, is in receipt of an order from Judge .J. C. He.tcheson, Jr.. ot Houston in-' striictitiL; liim to adjourn the same on each day tliere-ifler until further ordefed liy tlie court. 1 JiKlKt' Iliiteheiion iaiHied this or- der because ]ie does not expect lo be in Victoria at Ihe regular time for liohliny the May term of court. Working Under Difficulties BIGGEST MBIT WILL BE USED IN WELL AT NORSEBY Offer Open to World and Suggestions Must be Sent to Secretary. BRONTE CLUB SPONSOR Affair to be Made as Distinc- tive for Victoria as Mardi Gras for N. 0. tin's year an event will be staged in connection wita tl'e Victoria District Fair that its Miss Maude 0 Connor Struck t make as distinc- ror Victoria as an annual affair 5Urtli is for NOW or- leans, the Base festival for Port- TRIFfi TO llic ot Bowers tor lu O CHL. I IIV Alltouio. j siissesiiou was made bv the BlOW AiniOd at TemplC Lands j Bronte flub, Victoria's leading wo OR CllCek and Makes tlut' and the oldest woman's Bad BriliSD. Texils, enthusiastlcal-. !y by the Board Direc- Woman TllllfJ in Hallway. TO lu O CHL. JOKES ON VICTORIANS ____ When an oil test is being drilled in wildcat terrilory the local resi- The bluest rock hit ever mann- ,Iems are SattrestcA in .ac.ured by Hoed Itoller Hit  liu hanged for murder. Mrs. Catherine Casster, a middle-aged ni'Uhcr. was freed Monday after a Hinieyear flsht, carried on from her prison cell. Istati.1 had nyreml to dismis-s her Hensbjy. ]ironiiii> lit wliic'ii was brought before the business man nf I.t.ii Calif., Monday on a molicin for a and ifjimer Vicniriaii, an i> i il in j IK'W Victoria Saturday and wilt iv-main I si.ile, in it until Thursday. j-.oj prosecute u new trial. .-aid tho murder of William I.iud- for uhich Mrs. Casslcr. Mrs. LHii.ia and Loren Patrick were convicted, bad been avenged by Hie deutli of Mrs. Fraser, who died List ni'ialh while sen-ins a iifi- ii'i-in in th't P.u- rick is seivia? a life term, bill Mrs. '.'a.-sft r lucti tu'i'ii sentenced to laud lived here years old. .last July fu dvath as the alleged I l.inil.-lrom'i dtalh to collect th-3 iii llic'ir en operation. 'V-' dent is opposed. Five years SRO the Victoria Dis- .liicl Association invited then coveruor oT >ent tin- York ami regarded as a Vamienh.'me. Crain ;slrons presidential possibility, stoiv" ire eomisel In the tn its It seemed' understand y Al Smith ID VidorLi knoiv all about, thi Also railed h-i.' death was his MS Ihe-------------------------------------------. ('line and s-in. i.ii himself when It was his hmtbu. i; how in him lint Ihe word "stop'' jle.idins att.wn.'y i.i a teleOTin stands for ,1 perio'l wif.1 and tfe-ir tho 01" a sentence. Tliciof San Annmiiv t us a', lirst lhat Ihc governor would scr ivul laiiglic-d heartily :lt and n he is and in- j (ruled la brad a DOU over iiis au. Ihe Valley to Victoria if he WEATHER REPORT th-- i was coming. Touij-'li! ami cloudy uml tliutuloi MAPLE SUGAR BIG GANAD1AN1NDUSTRY OTTAWA. Out.. April Tin- maple sMup indif-itry in Can- ada lias ivavlifd .i lolal value .if lo a rrseareti ..'.niurlc.! i.y tlie IVpartmctit of ami ot Canadian Paridc UaiUvay. kJiicbiH- leads Ha1 province's in s-.ip preductiun v.hh Op.t.iria ser.- juuil, the bullc.Ua s.cys.   

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