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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 13, 1929, Victoria, Texas "While Gold Framci" Not only (lie latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They nre wearing (hem now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTO -AFTERNOON FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND OTUR Easy Tcfmj Phone 159 Gco. II. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 13, 1929. NUMBER 288 Timely Topics THERE WAS never yet a truly sreut mull Hint was not ul Hi1-' muni! linn: truly viltnoUS. --Fratlk- THE MOST rldlciiluus tiling one meeU in a days litlvc, a 12- mile speed limit. you ever try drive a car Iwv-lvc miles, an liour? you ever seen anyone diivo ii cur twelve miles an liour? It lias gotten so lliul even the chickens Iliat cross tlic road move faster limn tlial. If they ilon'l lho> ilnii'l K'H MAKING FRIENDS is all am, bu them is :i science. THOSE WHO really know til most arc usually those wlio Jkp to kuow the least. IF NOBODY says anylhin against you there probably isu very to say fnr you. THE UNITED STATES Cll dren's Unroan calls attention Hie tact that only fix stales spe fically regulate the employment children in aBrk-uUurnl work ai tLat tin? administration of sn regulations present very serio difficulties. Thu Advocate realizes that ugrienllnriil sccl'ions ceriain wo can lio done liy children wit ho liny detrimental effect. At I same time, those who arc intcre c 1 in the. social vein Rhonltl remember that abuses isl in this field well as in fac- anil other industrial under- takings. What a whale of difference just a few idlers make, THE RIPPING Kuoil lime that comes wild hitches is usually sew- ed up with stitches. IF YOU VALUE your home ties do no', walk the railroad ties. ETIRED MERCHANT :x Minister Is State Firemen's Chaplain i, I." PLINEF HaOiH) Am, 70, retired merchant j lliis city, any acliiui in llu Wells was aue several months aft Milcliell. H. Abilene 1111 a i negro and senlein temiaiy. lii; fur I i Mitch'll. Hut somebody had'for moment wilh hungry cxples- home iliuct made onslaught upon it. front ikiul roar. So viguru'Js and t i persistent was the charge and so TOD MFCH RKl.K'.lOX. active (lie engagement Ilia! the People living III Victoria tidy j bountiful iiuu-li soon disappeared, years ago would not permit religion i barkeeper looked on in open- inlcif'-ie will, their sleep :ind in.iuthc.l inul as lie bul niMiy Victorians have not yet loM (aroxTOll to the last HUT this liahil. Said Tin; Aiivncale viands, Cuslonlfr N'o- I May il. IcreK sleeve across his living in the Ihe Colored llaptist Church com-jextravasanee, Ibri plain uf Ilie nightly annoyanie Ihey itl pnymenl and I which snmelimcs lasts 'unlil ;i laic lunir, sleep being im pnssible. While il is mil desirabli: would i-onlcsl a change K v [ Jlidci- liamiit'ill acciimp court i.y his wife, and 'I'lu-U'Mi. IS. widow of One physician cxjire-seti li Urn di.-salisfaclion with Ihe hiw. He said it would caus-- the lower nf uf 11'.-! House action fy nn the iarnl bill wil ilu1 Hiiiisc and Sen i.'li 10 lilt Tom Wallun, who v by the jurist. WEATHER REPORT AM 'IVws Partly i ioiuly a scner.illy fair Friday. C. OF C.SECRETARY AT YQAKUM RESIGNS orsbip. hai othe YOAKl'M. fur yeais In'ing mannf.u lined at Ihe coal Cluimtcr mini's of West Virginia." ,1. Ilel has resinned, i Kuan nf Charleston. W. told II will lie .-u., members al Ihe convention." Carllu ''ol'n Miz- 11. nf the Cummer, e. .Inly I. Mr. .ii 1... T.i, peopl" should be in Ihcir religious they sli'inl'l remember -s have lights lo be re- spected, among which is cndislmb ed lest ami sleep. Many in that vicinity arc hibnrim: people, who ..innut iiffurii to be kepi awake night nfier night for Ihe indulgence uf ihe pcciiliaiity uf any vr, l of i'.ny class or color. If Hie iiiloriil be prrsiliid- id 10 an ubscrv.ince uf I lie rigliis uf otiiils. let I lift unlluanios he en- el uf drew his s and proachiiiiz the luiintor with down lo cents f.illowed by customer No. '2. This was tort nnul, for tbo pi'lite at' Uiidanl's and .-aid he. "Twenly-lixe lents. geutleinen. if, yon pleas'.1." "Only gut one drink." i Th replied Number 1. yon gave s.. hn lo Ihe other gentb-t.ian. which makes I no." ih-.1 alt.n.livit explain- .1. H ed. "Well." s.ii.l the other, "i out a lettloliv. much, si ran- gcr. and I thought I had a- give tin; list tcr Ilill rathcr'i, ihrow II out." The barkeeper i'. conval- slowly but his sides and Ihosc nf the by.-Miulcts me yet quite sore. From The Advnc.W ol uth was uut ill the lius morning. Three 1 iv.yers have been em- as ci.uilsel.-- 'Ul of wedlock it ;i fane by Ihe pi issuance of heailh (erliucat-.'.- by} doi tnis for ami provido its rii'h for sunn: members 1 TVOQMCVO nCI ftV nominal A I lUni'sLlO ULLft I ALBERT SCHNEIDER IS NOT EXPECTED TO SURVIVE DAY friends oi Albert ill, v. pioneer resident of Vic- will b Sll.ll In: is not i t.ic day. Mr lealih lur lition bee profession as the prescript ion.-. The same unit., good in the liles ful1 the only one ot the j when ho said Ihe it is mainly intelideil d> lU'lur-l lion against is bolh hc'rediiary au.i j aiunircd. wiih tiie hen dii.iry Vurni the most pivv; of hotli types I Al'STIX. June i.f ill.' ciii runlUlissi.llleV J. T] v deferred until Ihi I in s-ii.i'in at.uunt nf the tail' re 'M in no To this df-tt-rmin an pained lo fxaminalinn ti- ll-.'t Si Imi'idor ha.; been ill had y.'avs bu- his von- me irilical only reieat- this MAN IS FOUND AT CORPUS WITH THROAT GUI lorced and compf-l them to either January 26. 1SS9. .1. generally itvei'-igiiig aliriil half of one r !it to the sl.-p-daurMer. Mrs. Oscar lone inilivi.iiuils bt iui; of DalUs, formerly Mi-s common among people, of low is due lu arrive licie I I Continued on p.W two) en found w in i'.Ii hi ot 111 tod.iy. oil into un.oi ;