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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Victoria, Texas FORT WORTH FLIERS STILL NOON "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, Jlrong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Phone 159 Gco. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIKST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY. SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 22, 1929. Subscription: ?6.00 Per Annum Timely Topics TO USE BOOKS itfiKhl is Io KO tu Llu'in for Kutntin. THE REAL WARFACE nf man- kind linmvs no itcai-e nv trace, or day, and fines on nmnterrnrited- ly, u contest between insects und Mtmau beings for pce-session of thy "T" v.utlcl. It is Hothinu to laiiRli at. I for it (lie human race: bil- J autajall.v, in pro- jin-ty destroyed ;vud mnn.'y .spent Irj iirevent addi( tonal destrucUoli. t t Seienei- lia.s learned to act as an intelligent'! Ijureau, iiromiilly notifying of any new invasion. II-1. cently the Mediterranean fruit !ly i'l'lll''M'eil in Fiorida, antl inunecliate- Jy stale and ['V-ileial fori.es ii.to iKtioii against (he new nntraud- Tlit. ulu'ad is no mean ivs Hie of Asri- ciiltllre points out; "The Intensity nf the infestation. iKcimthiK In .In- ileiiarlment indi- tales tiiav it will bo netessury iin- mediately to determine fully and aecnralely the areas infested; to all fruit in the infested EMi.va; to clean infested the sinnyiiiK of (lie trees of in Ibe soil; to trace shipmenis of fnlil.s whicli have been made from the infested area: to determine whether the ha.s been distributed to distant points by muuiiss cf infested fruil; in view of the. uncertainty of the extenl of spread v.-ithin Ihe state. tr, proviil'.1 for the inspection and cerlifiration of all fruits and of ail host vegetables moving out of Florida, and ns a further iircca'i- Cm approved by Ihe representa- tives, of the cittn.s industry of tho sliite. to prohibit the. movement of culls from all portions nf the stale in other words, to limit ship- menis to united and boxed fruit nioviui; in refrigerated ears." The cliiiijn-i1 of Ihis fly Io the en- tire nation can lie seen from the, .sketch; "The mcdltci- riiniviii fruit fly occurs in many Uopical ;ilid .-nbtronieal where it causes eiiormon.s damage bv its attacks on a very wide va- riety of fruits anil by smh im- portant commercial crops as, or- allies. plums, peaches, melons, sciiiash. iicaus. In addition to Ihese important crops it ivlso attacks gnavas. man- IKM-S, certain clierrie.s. ;ynl many Irc'I'ical and .subtropical IKK quantities in Fhulila and oilier Paris of Ihi! I'nileil Slates. This Iiesl injures Ihe frail or vegetable 'V The vffi are deposited by williin the heist frnit or vesc- t.ibh'. liaiihhig into miinsots which f.-ed on the pulp until full grown. This breeds will, rapidity, a sinifle female deposil- nptvard.s of fini) and ia NUMBER 269 n I Schindler Assault To Murder Case On Trial TodaylilT Gov. Ferguson Here To Perfect Appeal Of Suit! Trying io Beat Refiiclin? i Flight of Question Mark. MOTOR HUMMING GOOD Tachonleter Shaft Indicating Motor Revolutions Re- Dorted Broken. 1 I-T. U'OKTII, .May Itolibln.s and Jim Kelly, jiilots i 72 hours at noon toilav in their HlfflNFPRr lllLis Htbn allcnii.t in tlic durance rocor.1 of tin; armv plum- question Mark. Another refueling mad early indny. The motor is runniiiK c ailtl Testify in Trial of Louis exception ot a NEGRESS' HOME SCENE i-ii lui-lxirm-ter shaft, which iiuli- j __ It- Victim Struck on Head Three .bat another bo >em WL l Tll11eS Snd WOUIldCd it will bo replated willi the molo.t Wear Hcat't. miming is a imzile to the ground j meclnvuiirs. 1 -S. vvifi DIPIMP DDHPDAM nC ll" "ral "i nAbINu rnubnAiVl ur ifinrnoii rim IP f" VICTOR A FAR S today in liisirni Conn IIPIV 'iiic u.stifir-i thai I I1'-' linnif nf Mary rV.ai lm 1; Word iron, ,nen from im.s of .he state signify thar i. 1 wim (iMUi'.-in i-ii they are jileasi-d this Umu ever with the Victoria Distna i u., 'mf j Fw racms While the it OF STITE1E1IIF Slightly Wounded by Dry Creek Farmer on Joshua Place. EXHIBITED AT LEVY'S National Emblem Presented by Victoria C. of C, to EmrfV Houston Zoo. I H The fiiajj n i alive ill tltis county su far as know.i _. caught bv Slungv, well bOVemor Preparing tO Take i known young nry Creek fanner. Rt'fiKjiO Oil Case tO i w the Joshua plate nine miles COlirt. of Victoria Sunday afternoon PARENTS LIVED HERE :nl ils a _ .--iioliriiii at loiip ran he slightly crippled one :nl ils a diai'8C trom ge. When lie Father of Ferguson Orcjaniz- :cd Company in Victoria no u whuc- Dliring Civil War. 'headed buzzard and not fire jmnil it was nearly 7; yards uway. Former Governor Jas. on'-' of period. x'ars Vie- a i "I DDlIlDL? iron. I'-iUl H. ..ie feature events of the i.'ear tbe limrt. I'lilliiiK powers ami he won-; save liiinsrlf a ni'mientary examin- ed fair will be (lie victoria [Sank derfully >irons 1mt when it comes alion and Ijeinc; iloiibtftil of lii'i Ifaskell. and a sister. Mrs. father- the sea-shore and arouml lakes and livers. A pair well known to liic Trusl compai.y for a dis 1.2 for olds am, np for a purse of lln-ii ''d and his assailant :'o real strength can heat .'own innocence out Th, r fur, I cheese. possimy the bad 1> en uecd ,o rehears and used crutches in J ,.u, T J 11 M.yvsii to lilt Kebecca Morton, nlio in r. sniciitn nt ih.j Inez section H.-fskell lour vt-ai's iiupi' years in tree on the IClit- !ni tins comilv. uDvernot'--I v r l and were finally killed. l. ami .or-. A.v.ih Fl'x i >h. tl Col. ami Mrs. Alvai, .Patric-k. pion.cr eili.en i. win, ta late years has lly thl.s time ncarlv in Vieloria foiinty. Th-v resid-.-d the lowly di-pths ol ir.s. incliiiliiiK Frank himsrlf. p.. :ii.. i- h''' 10 TO DC PU 4MPCR '1U' (''ly U 1 nr.able u, the frklnful sent a M au airj.lam. in- !0 IU IjL btlANUCU k wiu 'K' "'lor Iho mini heeanie so asilalril the ll.ior. The "i.' vi'Jtin" tc> I'ol. Ch.is. A. Vark Mana-er nrainst man. The U'ler aids tin' .'r pp.-i up _ ._ V PI IID I his speech and he.ir- several Ih.. IM. who had been' Mav H-1- A I'liil] l ULUO w''r" restored, which was a i when the was moved Maine, j.nl. Xo. 72 from to nf will, added nmnev. nnTMIlm Oftnil "llv! "f "v rf 'nr "f WaS "'I''1'11' v ill widen.il These special event; We ma I, H AVt UrtNINU OUUNl i L" his ,vo, i; ,1 :V 'l in var- iens make lhe production of cii'p- and I lie preserv.V.iiin of pro. j.i'iiy very difficult. That's why tin1 asric-nltural anlhorities are special carrv. tly SSnn ,he amuse-. is hem, by Ih. ,-raicertis. The following .ir ;v m.ikinL- i: Allll (11 Sillnoll V' of "f I'1'' ..f ,1 r, em ,h, siibsiantial roiitrihulors Io the vie. impossible for him m attend toil toria Men hauls' Derby; sliiff.- Frank ._____, i. d-.d I. i start oti Hi., dirt ivoi.V and luiiiji anil two pilot Ali'-n. toilay when aid h... would K. to the nude af- its .-hipmeiit tli'.TJ a I'or.orrow. In Mil! I'..- oa cxhihitimi jn -hnw at A. and S. lny ilwds Store. oilier one fainlni; a ilmilic ile hdv. Temple Lumber Company. c 'I. was el. a lol of liinhiirL-er than f.dnmbns '-i.'p.-l nninjaied today when -i company, iirhnvare; Vicioi ConuHv cinh bv Hie d'rei- w'ls ''a It irl-inotnre.l mail aud fJPMPQ AI PPDQU1WP FORTUNE AWAITS Individ. Am w r. ks time ami the mined my 11, '-cv... r wa- drstioved ULIllLllHL rLnOnillU nal who can ai sr.iss yicjoii. i-h.'< ted vice iivividi'iil aud I. 'Kl'u aliirniina. ,m- ;i "i Trt fl llfl .ha, readily in all soils, l.illi :illrl in, of the plaveis. .vst- I have ever n Id VIM! IH II HI! WEATHER BEPORT i thai readily in all soils, but attain- a of and seven eighths inciu-s. A BURNING hou-e Holer. land Usm Company. Hi-hike's 1'har- juiacy. .1. f. 1'c.nney Company, fily 'Tire S'lore, Soillh Texas Cotton C'outianed on page two) !'rv.- of tile players, i .vst- I have over ,j ;ic- a suspicious Hi hi-; com-, The chili's h.imlsomi' new i hill I'antons. tinew away a rosal flu-h'' l'i ank 11... Cole u sioc-y in lioi.-s.- will be fortllaly opened in i il.isllly Two of (lie r-iirly roaail, of ,a -boil lini... Tin- .IN.o, i-! uliif r.s in k folloii'- Ike1 sliil im.'iN tin- "-.niit' land I. isilit Company u ill cxii nil iisjed his ciampie until only one ol liiaraiiioiusliip it. TO VISIT 010 ____ Mo.. May I'M Alien, tth.'ii in C.encral John .1. will i-cssril lo koviiim; .In., date a a; tiler anil probably .-hotel's. .v.imin-'i- au-oidiiii; l" !vi 'iu
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