Advocate, May 21, 1929

Advocate

May 21, 1929

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 21, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 21, 1929, Victoria, Texas WOMEN FIGHT IN MAIN BUSINESS SECTION OF CITY "While Gold Frames" Not only the latent, but comfortable, ilrong and stylish. They are wearing Ihcrn now, DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURN-TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND raUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY. SECOND, SOUTHWCSf IN GENERAL. Timely Topics VVT. SHOULD muU! our notch OVi't y di'ty hi our charatU'f us Itoti- Jiitou on hi.s can, THERE HAS BEEN LL svcal omntiiit of llirmvu nt'ouud On? il brriivIfiiH .ui 1iuUvMii-.il will i' nlily irlmiik'il. Imi i- lliH'S Wo I') ii HlX'itUiV L'Xtl'Lll UlLUI jirJVittc codiilfNt witli tfeii- t-roils is doubtful. En K-iidjnj; of tlie tiny ii'h'Oeatc Hint the ;vnl iniiveisilirfl atlojit u M'kvlivc iHilicy iti mluiUuug t 'OH fl that tin- "oml yuiir ilfMislit'or of youtl, coiniiioii i-oisr yon fr-o! faiyly in iicr u[ liberty. Oilic-v- put up ilic THE WAY sonif men worm thcii- into your ciHLtHlom.c i-s pi'eity f inui.li IF WERE n vi-ry pretty wo- iitmt I would Itult. td go iiinl iiijiuing u daushlcr, Jlrs. Clara KHi.-. -1091 Strtiei. Suiitlay tiuirn-1 TT lived Ins farm near Adki .ill Slllplllir nwd 1171 tli'i-n wopks acn when lie 1 iK'Us- of ilie (.'o villr ['Idnr- ID Ini'.il lar.rhnnin. j Work of Surfacing Streets iH I n B n r n s 'nonlivingAdditions A A t, L U i Completed. un L ufldu m 11 iffj u F f J90 BLOCKS INCLUDED Seventeen Thousand Yards of Gravel Used in Most Extensive Program in Years. District Attorney Able to Out BUt Still Very i TUt: iliy ihis vipi-li coiuiilotcd one a-kli the si'uvuiitis uf ninny -------__ ivni-k ..vjs done inoslly in Ilio I ITTI C v Heijthls, UI I I Lt Postponed Two Weeks -nw m..nBy Due to Illness of Defense Attorney. uinwl fi-oiu (lie Sh-ci-t and l-'iiinl :iini ui oui; jiur _ iutiTc.-t reri'lrH iii Ihr rci-cn" (if tniink-iiml lijnds. Tlcj Victoria Distikt Cnm-t lias; bamVi are idle tills wwk lu'i-iVise of llic j :M .im, illness of Didlrict Attmiu-y .1. V. sulialiiuK-a fuf 5 PIT tent iwm ilciihevgc, jr.. wliii-li uiusiui j Liostiiouciiifiil of ilie Itubiilouxj Rcveiui-fii tiiousaiid yards 'ot jt-B.se iiulil no.vi term of conn. uravol usul. Tliu gravel was I .Mr. Vunili'iibci-ge ivas free from olnniiicil (rum the Puzzt pit a fun- i iVver ihis murning for (hi; first j milrs tlit. city linn: in iiKiily ;i week ;1iul iihli; ln'r yanl. iiitlntiiiis Hit loail- in the court mum but lie is 1 i11'-'. hunlum ami sproadinir. ak and not yet iihk' to nmci'ccl ho' vlu I OHiA OF r ICEuS labmid. 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