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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 20, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only the latcet, but comfortable, and stylish. They are wearing Ihem now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNiTURE AND CAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Tcrnu Phone 169 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWL5I' IN GENERAL. Timely Topics PUBLIC SENTIMENT is evfry- thine, with piihlic sentiment inilh- inK tan fall; vvllhum il nolliilif; can Micceed. ronsr.-quetLlly, he who pnhlic fieatilllent K'W'S deep- er limn lit wini omicls sfatntes or pioiiuim. c.s (k-dsiiitiH. Ahrahain Lincoln. AT THE AGE of M.aUiKimia, Tl'Xiis, has just received Us first electric service. Transmission lines of the Central Power and Light Company were recently ex- tended the. iHivn.uml the soivicD was inaiiKinatcd hy ceremonies at- tended My hundreds uf uf Malagorda t'ouniy. The of is one rB" K. Fersuson in after Im hud I...... tuivd, according lo n report in hi. platform. i-QtE mu-oiisilUitional and void by the Sinn-erne Court Wed- TV L-nmmuiuty vrlllim a iv.cli j of litu miles lias organised a poaiie to aitl in [Jit- hunt. _--------- _....... a _ This snapshot taken at 5 o'clock shows Henry Vlrxkula of International H provided tliM ;i UnullorO should rtnlnj lo i hotnas A. Edisoii, world famous i inventor, steps from the train hale i and hearty after a long vacation at j Fort Meysrs, Fla, Most of his lime was spent in experiments on 'rubber plants. He is going to be "busy 11 ow seeding n Amerl- 'can from competitive examinations for the privilege of working as liis j prot-ge. LIFE AFTER DEATH DOUBTED BY WELLS BEFORE EXECUTION 1IUNT.SVIT.I.K. Juno D r. ivas rxecnird to- d.vv Tor the slayina of .1. c. Mit- chell ui I'olonun ir, HUT. was ?ivcn a re- prive in order to make P.M. i' with " Makrr." Shortly bcfofp Iii--; e.veriitinn said he doiihlcd Iho i> of ;.fter ileatli be.' Iryins thai helicf H- motnent-j were HI. PASO, Tu.v., June initnre of the deadly gas which s.mled tin the Mexican settlement near Ascarate, five miles east ot hringini; the death to (wo per- sons and suffering lo 17 others, re- mained a itiy.slery today. The two killed wove Mexican children. The recovery of the oth- er vi.-iiin.s .seemed probable Inn Ihe I Fslls, Minn., with ivife 0115 daughter, wno were under fire of i 'hird of the grain crop and one-, j customs patrol guns st li the same evening when Virkkula was killed.! fourth of the cotton crop, where! j This unhappy death marked the end of 3 happy vacation day for ths little j llic tenant furnished everything ex- j The petrolman, Emmet Is being held pending official disposal of the case. Xew.sreell 'BOMISE BILL FOB COMMON OP R01POM niPOm! sas could nol h; Or PRISON Klootny pussibirides of permanent impairment loomed for some. Kirst report.s were that the Ki'-' u-as hydrogen sulphite from lire. I'osolex Petroleum re- finery. Company officials nut cnongli of that RJIS mis lihcrat- d and only small tpumtilies ill he 0. S. 'EMISON, 66, RETIRED RANCHMAN DIED THIS MORNING JOKES ON VICTORIANS A VKVBU KCAltK. of y colit llic The provision was attached lo i Hit landlord's lien land liuv ivliicti S S. Kmison, a prominent re- jwas enacted in 1S71 and which pro-; li'eil nmcliinaii of Victoria County, vided thai a landlord should have [died at tliu Victoria Ilo.siiita! at jireferenlial lien upon the pro-jl'.' o'clock this morning foHowing jperly of a tenant to secure rental "i' illness o! I wo months. lil'e' David sum KniUon was born at y curs tliatj The court bold the amendincut i Mission Valley, this comity Jan cass dfect. in its en-ju, ISM. HID son of CJeorge ami The vellow fever il" v f'lT''' "r" !'itcly-" italdridge Emison. natives of. ,he deceased. Hml- duriiis tin.- ladov pan f.K{ espied Ibis vellow b.ih-tail.'d -n >Ms best hotly i, f knmv" Hi, death :ed by the Third ocrufrcrt Mission Valley in 1S7D. Appeals in Die i-nxe j liis widoiv survived him many i.mcdiaie.y in Hint an old a dj omt ties at liniiauola sliould i in j.i i n, 11 M.ou.u n. 1 .nun. vessels in the caillo tradi: Imve yon." Ihiiiiislit'.be vs- a yiars and spent the latter "art of >i n i t.. i t.. .1? i ..i 101 (I, lili POll Idl I Til m I mi in n lim- iii t c i Al'STiX. '1'fX., l inulyzpd luday. he permiUe.l io loncii ai will nwu- the- job rcrtain" .So a'''Icalci1 (rcm her in liiis city. il. S. Kmisoa Xauiral Sas could not have prov- from Havana the said ihrnrd vi.nld 'in- off a resided at Mission Valley until deadly in Ihe air. officials 'luaranline ucninst peo-iand p-.u i! snpplv of the! Asllfol'rl laiined Asli-i when lie located in Victoria. >J Ihe Kl I'aso Gas Comi.any H'diiuioia. Tin- aalhoriiics to.xic. .suoaer' iln-" W'ilS to frolll Vo leaks were found in the mam to reason1 t-.t I10SO j" of llic worth oHal.oilt ton years after accniuu- icar the place. j the prnmnllrss MI- of Hie ihan he il down his il.r.nit and j hdhis a larse estate. OFFICER RILLED BY BOOZE EA1B liot'ivrnx. Jan- po-s-1 of is eonld rcsl nniil have hear.! of people- ii.'in-.: n-ami on LEGION WILL MARK CONFEDERATE GRAVE Jirn.SOX. X. V.. June -The smve of a (.'oiifedenv'e vet- eran in Cedar Vark cemetery here will he marked with a head- jlniie as tile rr-yull of efforts of Iliulson 'Vor-l of The inis V f'arr. ailjnt; Di.p.irini.'nt of The Amcriian I.e- to .losers ill of the CcorKia llic for a marker similar lo those n--ed hy 11.e Uniud Confederate Veterans. Adjiiiiiiit c.irr advised the inist II'.V (lie (.Vorsia would ho I0 provide the kind of head- HIGH HONORS WON BY BUND COLLEGE MAN liAI.TIMOllK, .rune tINSi -AltlioiiKh liliinl, Leonard prinjr HIGH "5 i S. I n Hamptonal- RH 11.; ni Oklahoma City. Mr.-. hy AX U-'rolll Tli" Advni.ite nf _' IJ.7IH r is the wi.losv of Dr. s. Crock- IIAItlllSlUJItCi. ,nni.; >oa of Mrs. Robert Clark Mill in the be- 1 liiat In- had killed "Hi... nilan- "I ih.-in I I siiiciile rates In IVnnsyl-; rhis city. His death occurred Iii? her in l-jis than in yari ifti'i. Mrs. Hampton here hrr lini'le's last illness ami .-1 in He imnivlii lie i hy and see (he dead! look their oivii livrs, j cf Tivoli. a tirjy- 'whMi iidtiim in tn.e.'l friemt. wjs constantly at hU ail incroasr. of almost tell per cent: Mrs. Hampton's mother, Mrs. CiMv-ker. who is in had health. unable to lit lie, usimncd the .el- "t rei'lH'i-ns cam- is.-, '-i nit; HIS inn aiHl uuitnif m m- .ininliiT diniiiT of meat. 4fl-YFAR-ni D PI T1''" wiil from !i. t.'iis is Mratice." nimmuied, U ULU ULnlHl Vr. Kaii-on's at h- I didn't siviMjinr TF V 1 C tlil: at 2'U Xorlh. I'll .1., .WslfflAUt AbAINoi ICARO SlroH at liheral Ihan lie-- _____ three o'clock an.l burial will "'-1. h.' inio meat and! (1SS( in H'.- Kmi-on Crnict.-ry at ami ,ho .Mi.-.'i'.i. Rev. O. C. looked rnr lirill( j- of (he first I'res- l'% interest. n-i l.ii.l be-j rllurdl >iiy. will "C ''''''C Hi'' Moll-- and Ac- rito.-'. '.'i .....'.1 nv, t, nion.-v i- them a r.'.-ul' ouL-h in kill the do LIVE STOCK SHOW IS NOVEMBER 16 TO 2? 1 ii fl'. llic iiu.u.ibC M'tVt'vtJ I'firfy 3 ..LI i A liiulvr i ir, aiul KANVArf ('ITV, -Tnuo in dlMinst lion-I. Tliir-'Thi- Am-'iU'.ci A? caDiidl l.itu it ni-roMT-. ilotKlod to it, hitvition fioni Nuvonibe M, r. V.M- ri' nt ct the i -i Ui- lutL'c it Wii.s rr> him ;in over-11'1' haM iu-1 tic-1 Hi-1 Kriiit. if rlainv ;