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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 18, 1929, Victoria, Texas "While Gold Frames" Not only Ihc latest, but comfortable, tlrong and stylish. They urc wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICT .AFTERNOON ['OR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. Trench, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWC5I' IN VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 18, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER Timely Topics THINK NOT thy lime short in Ibis world, since tin- world itself Is bill a small parenthesis, in eter- SHORT CUTS CAN lie dclri mental in any activity ot Hi'e. That they can be the bane of existence is evi.l.-nccd ill our daily lives the jaywalker wliu perils his ti cioss Ib- street in mid-block, the who tramnlcs Hie lawn a slreel corners; the wli dashes through crovri ,-d traffic j'.ist to iiiilii a second ol lime; th'.' automobile driver who takes the linn at fifty an hour wilh consequent strain on NONE APPLYING FOR MARRIAGE LICENSES UNDER NEW STATUTE ____ i Not a single amilicittiun fur a I niarriiiKc liceusi' has he.-n mudc, in Victoria Comity since the new law Thousands Made Homeless By Volcano In Japan _ _ h s, washes I lie side of for five full 'lays, which is iiiiusiinl. byways of ear-; and neck; the in- cVvidual who jr.mrs to the closins cbiiiner of a book (o know how the idol comes out! whit wants to leap headlong into li'e 3'itne. bm i! louth M undergo Ibe netessary period of who indulges In mail mdinnent rather than etl- rlnre the disinmfort oi thinking his way lo a logical conclusion. cuts find their parallel in tlie schools.. Tlie teacher v.-lio wishes to set into the school system ihnmvili influence ol friends is tnklns liie short cut. The who quits school in older lo t, earning money is tiiViins the slior cut. The parent who wants th child passed on lo tin.- next sn c-i-iilini; in sidle of the fac that iln3 child's foundation is not adequate, is advocating tlie short cut. The pupil who loafs in school ivid manages to through to "ladliation partly fin bluff is. The: .-chonl officiiils who yromolo there w.ia not iiincb a rush lieiv for licenses before tin- new became effective, Ibe nniillKT issued only a lew above average. WRi I fl 1 I I in jb} a vote of O'l to 10 adopted the! jlUcnded to himself on tha "Green Flash" on its flight in j is ,iiy j Senate concurrent, resolution llc-jtoFiomc. (Iniernatinrnil j pounds, on ruin mnn'.Ts -Idolized uwmciiiB the tea, party siven by tor i'1 ;.u ,lt int. Ken, I Mrs. Herbert Hoover at which the WEATHER REPORT. nnntJCP CUHT ACTPR "ml !ci the wife of Oscnr Ucrriest. Chicago RUbohK I AM CA nl r r Ui, i JWKIS .Innc iiwinciiiB the toiv party siven by bv all' i'iiris. -'can Assolant. Ilorlicrl Hoover ut which the elVvre and Arniciilo l.-nii. tin-1 wife of Oscar Uel'riest. Chicaso French avi.ilovs lo fly Hcrc-s m consrossman. was one of ths! Toni.uht and XVcdnesday piirtly j iu- Allanlic. continn, -d lodny on Kiiesls. I cloudy and cooler. cndic'ss ictund ol' ova- and receptions. With them M-CHI Ai'llmr Schrelber. "traiis-At-. hintic Indio." Tin- trio ol' liiei'S Imv- one uf ih-n, and insi.l, j Tbat's all.......l-'ron, mail tbcnam-: than .ha! I h n. The Advocate of Fcbrnary H, i i -i. Ky. wa JOKES ON VICTORIANS i USING MONEY FROM HW1 FT mm DOBIHBWHDSIORM !'T. -I'-in, Thnfs all.......l-'niin inaii tin- nanvi tnire Ibe use of A NEW linildiiiK for thn Court, "in the ]lMv tlibnilill." ii ual nil H ra-y ,M.: u. ia Mr-'. Klla I.iner and ,hiri.-., twirl bis in 'ii- nwir-.i' ih sent th in- ,111 i- liilb- Kn ftoni Livls. Tin Advociili- of tV... ,'il :i-.-- il I'c.i.' X Hi- '.-I'sd'-i'f s'..'ids a i.i.. i xilibis-i of l-'cbrn- v'h.....M; "f PERISHES A lili- lAil. ____........___ h. iin.i. ____ comely luaintnined a: (iiybrid volllli in- STING r :r FOR TYIHf SIGNS CENSUS BILL1 KANSAS CITY, .lum- IS. (INS) Attacked by a swarm of bees ilin.i? a limb if mi a irec, N- .1- i'.dmit'cr ar.il wilh a ,-niiinite in from oi lln-! stuck tbionch il and i-ndini; with a usual Viom Tin- faliilly st'm dyin, .n -v- mar- before .nodical aid (fluid reach him.liicd and ba.l svvc-ral children.
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