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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 19, 1929, Victoria, Texas "While Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing tlicni now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION FOP FURNITURE AND GA5 STOVES SEE HOLLAHD AM9UR Easy Tc-rrru Phono 15'J Geo. H, French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Timely Topics THE INAUDIBLE AND NOISE- LESS FOOT OF PEARE. THE RESPONS1DILITV for the of town or its dC'diuiug ImsiiK-ss is. not the business, im-u win) avc fiivins of their time mid j lUOJll-y to i! belter it lies witll llHl.-T ll'lll) filil Ul tlii- c'.inunumiy program oi A CITV WILL install a costly and beioie the material is scarcely dry will semi aronnil a crjMV to it ul' :vid install a new water pip; nr a new server. f.Jx- cr-pt, in extrinie instances this is uii unnecessary and 'by a little in .-clvance ciia avoid- rpyfK VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 19, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 293 00 I Farmers' Club To Entertain Short C Id TO ourse uuests CAUTION ALL day k'-eiis Hie chit-tor Liuay. WHEN tln> cat's, av.ay tin; mice v-.'ili nlay. When l lie tar is away, tilde's lie 1 1 lo A STITCH in unit? A bnikij1 liino LiiiiC3. INASMUCH AS proposals for liiniiinu navi-1 i.usiriiclioa avc of Ihe tianH.ir the next few of the powers. Tin1 and hecchl given are those of i ho iVuvy ]Jt- pi-ilineiu a- ii( April 1025. There arc m> or Ixit- II.- miis-crs lit-iiij; built liy (hi- five powers in tin; present time Compan- ies Making Seismograph Surveys. 30TH TO DRILL WELLS Casing Set in Humble Com- pany's Deep Test Well at 1975 Feet. in southern tion ot" this louuty fnr tlit Texas as consirnction wiv; i Company, whidi has the entire 31.- o.TOt at the Deinvr al six j p.-i.bihitoil by (he Wasltingtoii cf Ihe ranch under lease j oVioc-i Tuesday, the (iate I 'I'rnaiy. The L'niteii Stales lias ]S such of the l-'irsl Anuani Vicloi i.i Conniy battleships, Urit.iia Ifj with The irew is iml only testing the Course lout- haltle crniseif. Japan U, with .Mcl-'iiildin Hunch hut ;idjoiniim Ka'ly, iinii iin'onj four haiilf eiiiiseis. PraiKe !l ami alonH the HUM Antonio River, Italy I. Of iiircraft carriers Ureat i pvr snmahly lo locale the White Ilritain lias Ti, aad the United Point anticline, which, according lo nation jiavini; one'surveys of Alf.vander Dnesseu. iiml'T lias built known ?cnlcswt crones iiiieni.-. il. lioss and Miss. Sybil I Ashtuirn. jof the llov.sion Cimnilier oi Com- jlneri-e; loiiil and visiiir.i; men1. Oil Company, i, I'l-iincc one. The ships men-i the river into this enmity from lire in Ibis parasi'yph arrt j oil ami yas field, by the i of lhc Kanvll ,hc or but are e.u-cedcd by the n.irili.-astem porlion of tliis coun- ISntKh. nhr, iu a total is inakins a torsion balance il'-i'f which biilll.nml ibej sin vry of Ihe I. act boforc umlur- have of wiiich drjllins operations. aie coinidel'Ml. The iisures for: ________.________ Ki'ilnre ;vid Italy in cruisers are! Along the Airways on Evening of Short Course. vidm.ja HUG 8 PI HI uiuy bliJi its 111 HOUSTON Pacific Shopmen and Families to Spend Day Here. Is. OFC. MAKES REQUEST Due to the constant danger of sas blowouts, 3-S-iiich casins has hci n set lo a depth of Ifi7r> feet in Iho llntnble Oi. i.ni! Take niuty H uec'ji cu the .Jay Vt'eMtr uim-Ji in Xnr.-efy nas finlil. frciviouKly ISO feel j of 2lMnUi surface The weil a THOUSANDS EXPECTED! depth fi'C-t with very yirom- lourse Will Begin at 8 a. in. i I and Last Till 10 p. m. A crew is mak- PleaSUPG Island. seismograph tests on the jjc.-i II Hi Wants Victorians to Help Transport Party to and i From Grotmtjs. i Viclul'ians are rcilliesU.-il liy Ihe Chamber of Commerce lo assist in joveiy way in the cmerlainmtMU of Election Held at First nu-iiK- siinp inial Meeting Tuesday tiu-ir families wi Minlif ____ tiieir aniniiil piniii- at I'loasiire Is- PEPPER NEW PRESIDENT'wm1' trui.'is will )jr> n.-iiji! to Intj! Mrs. C. H. Stephens ad Alvin "Olt llu'm- 'iil-ir Sarlls Added to Board 01 Directors. annually for a day of pleasure, and Ai tile [ir.-t animal wmbershiii ;ri--- so imieh in ilic Iiusiness luti. j of tin; Victoria County of ihe city Hiey should do X-4-H Club, here last i every tiling pnisiijle lo lln> and the first organization ufcnsion a enjoviible one for its' in the the visitors. officers were elected for the eiis.u-' Th.? t'lni'.ntH-r of COHUIIUITP i.' piU-fieubLrly ;uixious lo secure the Henry lYpin-r. Vicloria. presi- safe ami nt t dent; Kilivanl SarlU-, l.oiie Tree, tiic- visitint: and chihlrcn to vice-president- .Miss MiV.tie .lolin-, and frum i iuj iHcnie aiui sun, secretary; N'ivian Ad- every citir.di owns an aiitonio- assistant spt-retaiy, 'n'1- askeu to join in this kind and Khiier U'ood. treasni'-i "'il! Mth- er. of tile iloiisioit shnplifjn jnd The HC'.V officers will assume lill''f likely he- held Vie- their duties liiivctly Hi-; if iK-ei'miiiodniiniu ar" l-'iist Aiiiinal Victoria Coanty ;1 lvrl'k "r lv-'" blor Short course and Club llally, to he Voakum and POiSONINB HATE SUBJECT 3F DEBATE ON TO SCHOOLS, In iv. ihe United Plates 2Mi huilt. a iaiKer number than ;iny Dtlier country. Asain iiiclml-i ins Ihoye l.n'li. biiiiiMiiK and piepi the KnRlisli have JM. the Jiiji.un-.-i- US. Krcm-h Si. j j.hiiry F. ilosii It he nntuvii Al'STiN. T-x.. Jinn- c.-ln sjie'-ialisl: .Mis. SASSE, 69, LAID TO Ml ____ j llelhert Taylor, Viiloiia, ;.resi- tmld their an- The ilelevalinn from Ihe A. ft M. will lie llfadeii ami IjrifJc arrivt-d JUT- !ii-xt June anlituiolijl- li will avvivc at Vi I., the oilT.itiini ef German sub- AI one lime, siilre the v.ar. llicr" a ihat siih- in iritn-s he aliolislu-d. Tile refnscil i "nds ef la, and iheir familivs IT1" limil ailjoiniii.; con i" si'ite nf iiDH'lnlmiiii.s by loaneinl. 'I'ii hy .Monre. i ''X'eiit will Irf- lieW rirasare I.- in- il ai nn cenls. and l.y lieaulifni ;niai would buve se! il al one dollar. C.nud.ilHiie IJivi-r a fe JOKES ON VICTORIANS COUMil.OOItKII ISCTCIIKItV. fiifviai .i i's 1'ron, The bv lie- coHBraM SESSION :rr Til" OF CONGRESS NOW TSAYSi" EIGHT ARE KILLED TO TMINS GRA "STOP 'EM AT ANY COST.'' N T1INS CRASH TAKING VACATION
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