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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 5, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Not only Ihe latest, bul comfortable, and stylish. They nre wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Spccialiil and Optometrist VICTORIA AFTERNOON EDITION FOtt FURNiTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOUAHD mm Easy Terms Phone 159 teo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum lOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 5, 1929. NUMBER 281 Timely Topics THE LOVE OF PRAISE HOWE'ER CONCEALED BY ART, ,TflEIGNS MORE OR LESS, AND IN EV'RY 7 WE HAVE BEEN urneil time anil ID say KoinclhiriK on the sub- jeel of trutlinn at Ininte, and, in tbe past, very often, bave thrown our Iliouglilt; aloni! lliis line into lirliil. The. Idea that "trailing at home." IH the ileiipaii'iiiH ery of a provincial KfJtllemont, aliotil Lo lu.se iu Krowlli In absurd, although tlierc are Koine .citizens in Victoria wlio classify it In tills wi.se. You, win) bave lived 'III comparatively small towns al! your lives, believe tbat fc is the exclusive art of llic -H. ami yet, it 4 practical all Ihe ili; In Victoria il onsbt lo lie apparent lo every Inhabitant "tbat stores liere cunnol compete, with the varicly of eboice tliat is Coffered in Kreiit nietriipulitaii However, Lbey can anil du compete ibern in offering (plality nieieballdi.se in comparable prices, and our merchants do tlliri tbey deserve ibe support of all K a local buyer will take into ton- the service Ural backs lip a ?ale made by a local business house, I bo immediate delivery ef- fected, tbe convenient lerms allow- ed and tbe courlesy extended, it will lie plain tb.it "buy- Ing al home" mis its advantages. .Moreover. merchants in Victoria lieation. can widely extend their slocks when people here create n legiti- male demand, anil they would lie foolish to do so before. PAGE IN GIVING PUBLICITY TO NEW AUTOMOBILE An artk-lc published in these inins f'JW ago oxlollliiK the nclerlul endurance qualities OL the MuniLiclte uulomobilc, the now low-priecd car manufactured by the Huick has brought praise to T. M. Ht-oU, local denier, from the imnmfucLuring company and distt'kt distributing p The avih'Ifi described a trip made by Mr. Scott over Mood-cove ml and dumped 1'oaJs from Han toitio where no oilier cars would venture in order thai ho would a'hle to introduce the in Vic- toriit at the appointed dttie. 700 Persons Drown When Fire Destroys Ship SElllll K n Given Life For K H ,onins Husbao In to the following let- MS ill I MM Seed from Congress j to i', Mr. Scott has received several j iolPAriims commending him for j the car to Ibis severe test On fflay 28 ailt! ami hi-ju'ing the dunKCt'i of such] i r -r i a also for his NCWS ToklO sidomlid description of tlio car's! Ollly TOClaV. inarielous iierforniance ami liis in securing its imb-; SHIP NAMED WOGU MARU] E -Mr. Scott's action is declared to DestroyccJ on Eastd'H CoaSt tbe outstanding imblicity stunt; np ui-y tbe ManiueUe's iiitroiluc-j ul Ull way tiun and is to be used in a VlaillVOStOCK. (In nut wish Hi (milling Ibis article, ami for that reason wo fore- go liny ilcveliipnietil of tile general community growUi tbaL naturally follows the retention uf money ill lint lest sonic sniuri reader ks Hint it Is a fable we promise I further (lisciissiuii in an eaily is- campaign advertising the new car: liUllJK MOTOK COMPANY t ''.-'.INSl-Sevdc Han Antonio Brancli I Broadway nt Third street San Antonio, Texas. June a, 1'Ji'J.! Mr. T. M. scolt, Scott Motors t'omnany, Victoria, Texas. Inve been drmvneii when ihe. .lap- iineise Steamer Wngu was lolally destroyed tjy fire the ieastern coast of Kamacliatka on today. Tile vessel wns Jroin Vlad- [SOME OF the bissflsl jokes ivo.-lock in 'i'ii'j news country are not ill the books.! If llut tlisas-ti-r reacl.e.l Tokio only Trty run 'around trying to make wil1' 'riu' "r'' ,a sf Ibo Marciuette.-: which you drove >'L'1 Ihro'.isli the rain to Victoria, bave THE BOY SCOUT work should It at once. We are very TWR MSM RFSniFD have tbe interest and supmirt of to have tliis picture used as HU citizens. There ougbl to be national publicity, together with CjJflM TRPP ft! (1MR complete story of your llirillinsj rilUlU I RC.L riLUISU pitrmciiy nepiinnieiu noes noi see UUHUMLUl L [nVLIl 1 TRADING Vi( loria wil 106 El Mrs. L. P. Stallworth Chary- cd With Murder of Mrs. Grace Morrison. MOTHER-IN-LAW ACCUSED Older Woman Said to Have Held Victim While Young- er One Shot Her. Said She Entered Into Sui- cide Pact With Husband But Lacked Nerve to Kill Self. PUT POISON Convicted Woman, Mail Or der Bride and Former Texan, Declared to Have Mentality of Child. KONOKA, CaltL'., June Apparently re crone u> her Mrs. Kvii lUilileu. QiKHinh, 'IVxiis', iin-.il order i licide, tnilay unv.itod her ixim-nil AMAUILLO, Tex., -lime -Tho t'jrilhnoiiy in Ihe trial ot .Mis. I.evi I'. Klalhvorlli. charged th-j (l1 Mrs. draco Mnnisiiii ol" resum-' this morning witli Mrs. StaH- worth iH-liii'liilvd tu ttstify some- liniL- during llic day. She is plead- I iir; thii unwritten by and self-do- COFFEE KM- It is that -Mrs. R. M. SialHujllli, mother-in-law of tlio jdeieiulant, iirobabiy will be charMed juinlly v.-ith ]ier. held j the younscr Mrs. I sliot Mrs. Morrison in. I'ruir. of a hotel here May 'i. Mrs. HlKllworth chaises tliat Mrs. I i a troop in every town in the conn- tiv. WITH merchants in ill them to keep drive. In event tbe home office j publicity department tines not see! fit to make a national story of H. intend to have mats niaile up THIRD RESPITE FOR GORDON NORTHGOTT slocks, thus makiiiB Vic- and semi llinm to every paper It.jiv water wurks i-nqiuecT. roaciicil'Stewart Norlhcott. sentenced to Uria a better trading center. tcrrilory. E N[ from WAITRESS: "Hawaii, Ciontlc- received j pump .Mnmlay nit'lu en. Yon must be Hungary." ip, ,1lc issue of The Victoria 1 alout n o'clock. First Man: "Yes. Siam. And j A ovll-1 Tlle Illen in mctOv p can't Itmnania Ions, had excelleul publicity ixrat up ihe river aliout a hundred j stories in resanl to the new Mar- n.iles aail were relni'iiins when th for 1 ELECTION ON conn opened here Monday. North-j ,111 w -in colt's counsel was allowed until JULl ID, term tn fill- f MI AMENDMENTS to San (Jiienlin Prison tn sers'e a i lite sentence lor llic umu-.ssi ii mur. i iler of her hiislniinl. Carroll Ruhlon. veteran. Tiie lii'e senleiice alt- er the woman chang- ed ber plea guilty on th" eve her trial. She today told the au- thoi'ilie-5 be reuiiesteil tbat she kill him. lie after drinking a cup ot uoiiee liandel to him by his v.il'e as iie sal in a car outside a .Morrison was intimate with her ImslMiiil. Sho is lliu mother of ilux-e cliildiun. Tiie jury was com- tileled ycssenlay, when tlie first Iciliiiioiiy was taken. WEATHER REPORT All Texas toniclit ami Tliursiiay RIVER DDWN TODAY GBEST OF 27 FEET boys on liis VVineville innriler farm, jclnildy and probably showers. Venice lunch Waitress: "I'll Itussi? Will you Firs I Man: "Nome. wait on us." As a matter of fait, we beat Ilit a tree and cajisiy.ed, caus- received more pnblieity onjiim them to iliinii lo Die tree top ;nly 1. tile flnod. Mr. Hoffman JOKES ON VICTORIANS Fred Sclmeuler never gnc.s I'roin moiihoys and Into at night he atlenils .1 to their in answers a fire alarm, from The Advocate of Dei em Tiie Guadalniie Kiver fell only -e ball. She libim.-il her lins-U'iree inches at this point from 1's failivr frir iier presenl o'clock this morning until 3 sairt lie made both h, r ;iail Iicr! o'clock thii afternoon and Ins now jand so unhainiy they agreed- a little over two feet from no a snichle pan slit- didn't i lie fioo-l cre.-l of feel ?-riday .1. ]u.rvf. c.u'ry evening. s loibiy I'm Hie ,lf ij.p are re- beld on Tnos-j j w. Harris, i.rofcssur of wilhin Ihe nt-M few j ami e.lucati.iii nf the ,-jver will he back in its of tbe P.u-ific. said M'r ,lown mncll nts are io lie suhmitted man the mentality of a child rapidly. ai provides for i I wc-he years old. and her menial. ,fhi. probably will in the governor's sal-; .-onilitini, was ,1 hy !iltc a life fmA wm ,he other would increase of death. ,_ er lias received on 1 heard their iall.- help and i or for some h In our Java." than nny kind of publicity ".Sweden it yourself, i rmild have furnished. Yon are to I'm only ii'-re to Servia." j hr onicralulatcd on First Man: "Dcnniiirk our billjsiory publislioil. inst as soon as yon pos- al'ly Kenya. I ilun't liolivia Know 5 who I am." "No. 1 tlon't Caril) lonsistemy of Hie old one tn] river floii.I storie.-- uf a fiimi-l cisarettf -luni- IIII'L, was hni-vi'-y piau- r, lebi iii i eleveuih birlb- y .1 later. Mrs. .1. K. i' r.
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