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   Advocate (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                SUBMITS MORE SUBJECTS TO e Cold Frames" Not thejatcst, but comfortable, and They are vedfjng Iheni now, PR. JACK KAHN f inclusive Eyesight Specialist anil Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Easy Terms Phone 159 VERY TEW PEOPLE evc-l laical M wiut lies bfineath the .BUrfjiu jf (lit. earth tliajrjnsi lc o, Ii ivcl. Yet, wo ven- sa> CAUpt for n few in- formid (unti t everybody would SK-iUv i to a.icvrtatii i lltiou of tile onrlh be- ly s ml mil, titmsiral na- tufa jili iiom i) i ucnir which ill- lrinp.ii ii> notice- and, PIT-, intelligent cur- part of the aver- Bpoutins rock iiiul molten .y.nt. sreat uiurns in various n (f tlium foiniins a "f lts' I'KSsafTo for lo 1 1> mjk's, nlipn visaed nit impresses us in Ihe saraf uir in Yellowstone Xa- I 11 in now showing un- TIC'i1 elKlil or ntno ot iompi] (ic-accfuliiess. Of tin no- isanieil ami are xno in ilium nil immense quau jf HUM sen-nil hundred feel h ill icw geyser, yet iKd st 1 1 nly bc-iame active mil i, continued active- tc I ill limp, as fur as obser- in tnui possible, erupt- .i ton to fourteen hours. in uii.ilon lasts froni Tour nml il la estimated "illoiu Of water arc out its enter, which meaa Jjri l el, in sai.li a per- c in know what lies V'tiealh tut mtv.-i! ot their htimu pr firm Mm i il de-posits may therl Miffi nut to enrich tliu ownei it i a iiiahle. llowovei Ay -is nu t ot us are cOMccrned. e Cfn 1 1 cut for in tin; great ajori'j t en 06 110 sutli unknown lies hidden. f r OrjLY A VERY foolish merchant pUk T quarrel with his licit tiKUjnur file analosr applies in v Intern ilioiul relationships anil is applfr ibl to Lotninct of the S ;3 with Canada. frt  er define (he lintiea of (he Ayr; riillurnl and Jleciianttal College and Department of Agriculture. are Youngest President MRS. H. B1ANCHI. 20, DIES OF PNEUMONIA fffiiits; Surrender Stronghold; on Border Without Firing Shot.. OFFICERS DESERT..THEM and .File When They are Left Leader-less. IJAt 30 years of .ige Robert Mjynard FONERAL TOMORROW of the University of Chicako. When ihe takcs on Hutch- ari. iirnnx rnluvd .1; tlian whii-li was n ot SHS.Oiii.HiOO nvcr l'J2S: the gain 1 tivin.s larger our Din to siun countries WCMII cr Tlio AnpojluiLi- of Hie ntarku! n iH'U wo realize thai the amoaiil ill llu-ru in !'.i2S w.v near. Jjf twico i inndi as to (lie ten re- j IHibSn of America and more tl a.n ill mn r.vjmm U) Asia HIK! Africa lil re i t viiriniis pvnlilcnis frc.nting llte t-.vo countries, al- though til IL i.v no I'Qa.smi >vliy tlicy c -nnot AnioiK Hi e the fuiiv in Cinatli III it oar ncsv tariff liill hi (o Canadian iin- "ports i ivival Siiprcnit' Oniri "ijc! nn !m-h batu fiiiiu'liaii j.'SJDrJ-er Mom roniiiuitluj; auioSn liordci In daily ih.' of i.awroiuc t 'nr is hclil In k Ijy Cana'iian fear thai Hllf LniKil SMtnh will secure am- trol   yiMrs fl.qo lhat I'li.nr oti'iciati.d at tho ordination twenties, lie was sradu.ited John n. Hudson. Urrpn ot Court Itoport-: minister of city, was assist- inr in Chic.-.Srt la-1 oi'lidier an.l j lilm in In tlu: tollowins nioiilh ussiimv.l his the Vicloria editor to Mr. Hudson, the Cuero editor paid: my yood friend The iicsl issue ot the Star carried a for c-ach of the Victoria visitors and thii is how the or.e fab'int tht- writer read: "AmoiiK Ihe Day i tailors in Cncro TEXAS sale, Ihe farmer's at the C'lurt House, and the IMrd at SOIIHI oilier public place. Sheriff irer.fiilrnstcd lhc .postiiiK of the lifo-s to Bacon ami later in Ihe day llio plaintiff in (Jic case, re- turiiin.i; from the farmer's prcm- :es, complained lo the sheriff that May be Less Than 000 by June. May Droopins Democralic. spirits were revived today when it was announc- ed thai Democratic naliomil head- quarters would be established in the national capital. Chairimwi John J. Kaskob ot the Democratic National Committee made the announcement. In doing; so he left Ihe impression that liis n lircmcnt was not far distant, pcr- wlien Ihu present parly defi- cit is ck-ared. That dffii.il. nnskob said, which totalled Xovembcr, already has to OIKS, or nearly one-half, with excel- lent prospects that it will he reduc- ed under fSOO.W uy June. Joiidt Shpuse, it was said. Is IT hc the bead ot Democratic af- fairs in Washington with Ihe. whole country as his range. He is 'to Kivc up important personal bus- iness affairs in Kansas City and dc- veto all of his lime to strensUien- ffir (iio cousrr-.s5ional elections ncxi year and (he presidential cam- Sets New Spee'd MarH City of Refucjio Defendant in Action Brought by Landowners. FERGUSON j Well Known Figures in-Tex] Politics on Opposing Sides of Case. Flashing down the spettlway at the rate of 212 miles an hour, Cr.pUih Malcolm Campbell, British auto race driver, jet a new world's rec- ord for speed on a five-mile course at Vcrneuk Pan, Cape of Good Hope, Africa, v (Internalionai A bearing on the temporaisc straining onler granted by J. r. fool to George A. Stran of Kefugio against i'riio Development in llle District Court iiere tAocl ernouii at o'clock anil peeled to be urolungefl. i-" The action involves'a COL if' j'lhe the Cify of I lof th f ftigio 'Development Company f j ..ml lirlllfiig.tinrptisDs and luioui'lit lii'iidbVncra who lu some of these sireets enclosed, j Former Governor Jame L, fe guaon ot Austin is the leadin? couiisel for tile development pany anil John Boylo of gin tcnio is cliicf counsel for the p'. tiffa. Many attornoyg emplojeif UJ interests affected hy the leases are supporting the action. Included uniong the manv wit an- Jlayor J. 0. ft'c t and A! dt-rniiin Sitk-rle, Ed A. Clark- son. (Ik-mi L. .E Cdrhsls and (J. A. Slraucii of lielnsio. Al- derman siranch is one of the plain tiffs in tile ease and the aurl other councilinen aro witnesses anainst him. The court room was crowded with whnn tha hearing- opened. The apiillnitlnn for the JUNIOR ATTENDANTS TO PEN PAULINE ARE JWONGEO Much planning and Iraliiiiij; U...................... bolus dune for the carnival to he j iiif order was made nheii held at 1'atti Welder High SchooU-i Uan.I was struck in the first May 1U. The iiucen, Miss I'anliii.: well in the Stnvuch pasture Th- 1'utney, oC ihe class, will bo j Uefu8io tensile is three mile, mnvned amid a court surruinnleci-i alll, ma ,u unus by i.-hosi atlBiidauls arc us follows: as pasture lauds. for >ear BAKU HIS mm rt 7CI, a Cenuany, riir-n (he. plaintiff told sheriff in llio northeastern that all hc d up city at eight o'clock last Flower ,Iopkills. T. president of tiva Marsarcl llauor. Mario Moore, J'ol- lufngio Development Compiu> i IW'I 'he street-1! Is i ne- I'nluey. Ann Al.shi d.criff said. "I Rave tho notice; lo one of my defiulies nuil I inn Hohcrt 70, a native of he has posted all of. them." j Cenuany, died at his Die barn was a blank v'.rcv p.'per. "lloiv nlioiit it. the sheriff who happcneil lo be present, airl nnlicc at Ihe farm Int 1; was raiiiin.it.- lie went on lo lo liiif coun- try and liad lived in Chiiaco. Ht. stint ,1 Dumber of olhi-r (itics boforc localius in vic- lori.i II years ago. lie was a rc- litcii master baker. He is survived plain, "ami I nailed the piin.te.l his wife, Mrs. Wilhclinina. ilit- side nexf to (he wall so tin- wri'-i'n'i'. one son, K. liittner. at the Viilorin 1'ost 01- Al'STIX. M.iy Paymi'til ti p" caplia mi iln- (li.it h.ippened viglitten iiiK n-niililn'l. off.'' Hlieriff c-nipl Wci.sicter atiRiily inslriuicd lu'ni lo Sheriff Robert S- trils Ko ba, k the m.tko up funeral will be front the Jolio of his formvr afp toiu nlrali -d aloi it cicli -----------------------------------------------Per capita apporlionmenl fur The dcpnly was Archie iul-Hnodc.il ailitiid.i (hat is nced-ja.s sr-iioois for Ihe year will now a resident of Houston, tic prriicilt Innmont. .itlilmlc." ii-ndi'iit made May Supi lin- j ami llm incident imoiveil (he post- liisinu (inn Mil? of noliies. of a sheriff's sali? personal propprly ot a ten- in siicli n This will inmplcic over farmer msidlncr s long distaiicv jliahl, the respi'uiivc countries will jimfi dislrllmlnl among the from town. One ihe notices was fortunatu, jdurina ibis year. ita be posted at Iliv place of rirhl atler niiikins some comtiitnt.-i jilci'i-i- ui.lit for publication. Tho deputy usmoirow ;it ten Si-rvicc-i will ht-ld at said hv would and wanted In hor- Trinity l.iHiician church and in row the sheriff's horse his onn w.rs hroki'ii down fniin the Ions Irip. you'll not inn my horse; I'll k-t yon wait; firs! I1' the- Hherilf stable to make tho return trip. In Ihe Thr pallbearers will be and William Karbcr, C. A. j enl opi'raior of the II '.he construction of an eight inch 01! pipeline from thc'fieM lo th" Oil and KoflnluK .Corn- Tin; tn.'blic mp.-t vitcil lu niicnil this even; in the school year of i refinery Ingleside. school. An eve- Ui-t about 35 miles. tilns's cntertainmeiu of plavs NEW PABISH HOOSE i FIRST SINCE 1916, TO BE DEDICATED SEENINffiWYORK SATURDAY Th'.' beanlifiil new IVi-iiii II'Uis-. wtiitli has In-cn Ivy I'.'.v of Trinity Kni-roivi1 Church will ho .ipciud on ;.-.ii.mil.iv Tin.- Sclice StLiipu and ame, n cms owt.y. Rev. lh( af :1 livery Ai.'wtiM A. Kilzcn will umdua the :triclHis 1'owltxky. Rev. jtjv May p.iradfl since IMS. Tliousauils cit to- bur aif srhcilntcd ti> on I'nlini Suviatv Ihis nft.M. start n lani; marcii IhrouMi iht' iluir VioKuf outbreaks oi-curred with simii.ir lur-uli- in lioilir. lo a u'dock. The horns are May Oay i herd Dadav it.yr.uon aud I'.iris. 1   

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