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   Advocate (Newspaper) - May 8, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                I- "White Gold Frames" Not only Ihe latest, but comfortable, and stylish. They arc wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION, Geo. H. French, Publisher. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 1S9 VOLUME 31 FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY? SEOTND.'sOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL." J Timely Topics BETTER IT IS tliiU Ihmi el'uulilsl not vow, tliuu thai tliou vow mid not puy. Kcelta- WHEN WE GET to heaven we BIO not concerned about whether vi will tilay linrp. The fact of matter is wo don'l cart: what the btreels are paved with, as as they are kept clean i-iiuv jio.'ii the bndirs of three men shut to'.. m with lh die Hid., were M..._. jihl! where she's qoint; ln.forc "s lluise flf Kl'iil in-old Ilefmio fill, was I'cned until tomorrow because- of a i; lite ones thrv show His she Then she swinq.) around atloi neys. is ti> ho tried first and UK- Sennle tndav iirai-ied is ue died nrsl Mil T i-it's n' 1 ,h" Mil limilin, the to TIKIS all Ihere ,s lo ,t. mmty fffkm M If YOU V.'.mf fOiili. and iabted the fl'nppiiiS as fresh its dill passed Monday thia I.ee. read tin- advertisements reconsideration. icrm of muvt. The dialh in the family is Miid to have liceii a littlu neiihew vlio swallowo'l .i, nna Along the Concrete I1T1OTH f SllLOKEB 1 Relations Extended Over Period of Three Years, Mrs. Duke Says. LAID IN WAIT FOR PAIR Minister Testifies He Had Heard Stories of His Wife and Cox. FATHER AND THREE DAUGHTERS PERISH IN INDIANA BLAZE j Lloyd Flit era i'l. ami his three children burned ID death. l-'mir mPiiilir-i-s of dm fain- Illy were saved. The children iwhn perished were Maljcl. ij. dred. 5.-and Marv I. WEATHER REPORT AKItO.V, Iml., May After trying heroically to rescue' his three daiiglilcrs from a fire in! Wednesday iii.tln am his home llriir here c.irly today, i cooler. Thursd.-i.c moslly (loirdy. JOKES ON VICTORIANS LAMIOSA, Tex.. May Armiinenls were begun loilay in the j trial of Rev. K. Dukes, liaytist jcireuit preaciier. charged with llie [murder of .1. A. Cox. Mrs. Duke told yeslerday of iiiti- jmate relations siie hail wiiii UK- i slain man over a period of three I years. j (.'ox was shot in the yard of Ihe Duke home as he wus leaviiu; Mrs. Duke while Imruini; burrs at n nearby cntum gin lighted the i scene. Uake had Ihe trained on his wife when she call- ed to him. tiie testimony developed. j Duke said he had heard stories (it' his wife and Cox and had re- DIES AT FUNERAL TOMORROW v AMERICANS WATCH t.. Halves. -17. v.-jfc of a. well kiii.un HefiiBio County FI Illfl died at the I'nmily home ai Anslwcll' IlLUlUUu ILUIU ai 7 o'cloi-k ihls niornini; of heart! linulili for a year, her riuidiimii _____ coming critical a few days aco. Mrs. ll.-Mvt.-i was formerly .Miss licriniida. May S. Mnry Hill of Aransas Coimly and a American visitor.; si-iti r in law nt Uant. Milton Danes Iheir t.vlh in mo of Sc.idiift. whose death ncciirn-d Kivllons nf fine old rum ran down several moullw nan. The TK on rront Ktrei-t tlii.- family loiali-d at Austivvll finm moruiiiK and nvre lost in ivlion a tin1 wuterfnmt. Officer Shot Down in At- tempt to Rob Bank at Van Alstyne. CONVICT 19 YEARS OLD Trial of Second Youth Becjan Today and Third Testifies for State. All acliiivl Victoria happenings.! years A public utility com- or coucoriiini; Victor-; pany applied to the Khreve- ians, old or new. ure I'nnny are port City Council for a franc -nisi: wanted for this column iiml not re-. ;md McKcllar, who was hi-.terly vamped jokes or die-stunts tliiil or- opposed to sraiitim the trancm.-o, feinaled rlwwhm, or have no IKIMS Wf uutbursls oi fact. The editor will pladly re-iaddressed the loimoilmen lifted lo (h-. floor ccive all worthy and VOI, .ir. j l.y ijirt-e sons. p.roth.-rs' warehouse fell prepare them for publication. Imr-' K' 'j; Jr" hie and -ontribntions ihev did as tomnub- '.I sinner of shrevcport. SIIEHMA.V. .M.-VV Ris Dixou, 13, of Colcmaii today V.MS under a sentence of 40 years in the penitentiary following tbe. verdict of n jury in the District (.'unit ho re this morning. He was found guilty of slaying W. i.. Ecliols, Van Alstyne city marshal in an inisui-cesswul attempt to rob ;ii bank there. The principal stats witness, Clif- ford Harris, was one of the three charged wkh the killing, lie suirt he joined Dixoti and Rob- ert Mason at Dallas. They drove t'> rotisbovo, where ha they were frifiuloned away from.a -hank they planned to rob there. They then drove lo Van Alstyne, wltera lich'jls was slain( lliirris testified. Til'; trial of Mason begins to- day. MRS. P. H. FAGAN IN HOSPITAL HERE WITH BROKEN THIGH Mrs. fagan. S3, the in' ivti'r H. ragnn, ive.ilihv- lieftigw County lanchman and one tho fi-u- sm-vivinif Confederate veterans r-f Ibis section, fell and broke her I'U'ht while attending her chickciiH at the rauch home McKaddin early Tursday aft- erno.ui ami was conveyed to the Vietcri.! in (be Ooldman- U'ai< is mnliul.uHe last iiiLjJit. Mr. l-'auan. who celebrated his S'ltli tiinhiiay unnivcrs.vvy Monday, ij in s-.H-h feeble hcalili lie wa- i-iia'ijli; to lucouipany her. He too, siiUYred :i fall about ten days hut was no: seriously injured. Mr. i-'i'.pv: nttractoil nationwiile notice a few yu.u-s -.vhcu he, built an imusolc-nm of iMariih: for bis family near hia r.inih Inline. MONEY WILL BUY ;l Inl on CfiRMPR UIPTHPiAW llniss it I reported I UnmLlJ In: your hoily Hint ,ire as good .-is jinillcc lod.iy. The adiiiiiijsirnllin liic orisiiial one.'. jW  Clnb ;ority report. The Ki-ller a! time credil for Texas f< r WIT! beliavinr was pissed by lln' Honte loduy. ruder Iliis bill i sinner ol Shrevcport. i ------------.________ i............. iie.il Ihe iieccssi-ry miiiireitienls., IPIIOftlHirn in Ameruaus only Some IbeM- ,-.-mie from J-P j HlxflHll'l-K !R however Proth Levy ami ho desin-s Kw name.-, j 1-J.L LLUOUIIIlUn, luvi already tb-'i lo rrmlrid Iliese two fienlle-. f'rc oniilitld from tlu ac- III liPT MIPUY IS''IM'O f r--' f men Hut hn i.i not running of an incident which o.c.ir inJUIltU LAo i nluil I UVi la Ii per month is reached in jinslcii'l of ton ycais, as lh.: pn-s jiUHlca'l of ten vrai 11-5" In time it will be-' law lucsiribes. ilias readim; reimris is bet-1 part tins h.-W tlii-iv Ihv -early (In. week, iioni-diirj; lo an tvadiiiK tin; stars. When A bill introduced in Ihe T'-.v- jniiich- i.-i tli." lleiuiinont iin-rlini: and clci-tion   (hat k Ml. I VAXCOrVKii. Ji. c. M.iy II. Kirby, ii.m-' jl'.T Tc'X.L--. drill V'illis head smirk ihe. mirror. He' i nir tt Mrs. Cohen 1 I "U'l.v _. JP'I'Mclinl !'l fit, "Why. tiuit isn't my cU-.ck, it's .minor injuries. The others your clietkl" vere make the race bin o'risimy ,seeking the Kirby I'm. ji" of lh'.- credit for the c.ip- t'.i-.' of 'hroe men to rUIo ...if-- of the Ivl M.'bher Coir., p.'.r.y .-tore early Tviesdiy to Miss Kdua Jiukson. nijh'. 'ii-'i Ilk' al.irm and hr.nKlit o'v.iiTs :o Iho before th-i nn.il t-seape. aU'.m sysl.jm, iustjilh-'l in ii >'OIT- alt-.r two recent robb'-r- ul ri.ui.-l -roro witlt Kd ,Mt-K-h'.-r ,ir..I J. o'Xcil ,-ind hroiiBlU i.-.i'ii from lh- loi'i. nluic- they bidJi-ii. Thu kudo oi h.id in en iiiu-clifd oil'. An avl- 1 o'lM- -.if.., .r.ickiiiR imidcaienu   

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