Advocate, June 24, 1929

Advocate

June 24, 1929

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Issue date: Monday, June 24, 1929

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Thursday, June 20, 1929

Next edition: Tuesday, June 25, 1929

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Location: Victoria, Texas

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Years available: 1885 - 2007

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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 24, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Framed" Not Only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They we wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrut VICTORIA ADV -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 1S9 Geo. H. French, Publisher. I VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWUf IN GENERAL. Subscription; Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAN AFTERNOON, JUNE 24, 1929. NUMBER 297 Timely Topics 'r GREAT MEN small means oft arc overthrown; y He's Ion) of thy life who con- lelmiri Itis OWLl. TH.E INSTITUTION Iliat best typifies Aincrli'ii is the cafeteria. Men and women rush into cafeter- ias, nervously pick out llielr food, exl it hurriedly (lien gutti llieii' Hals and rush out. We were in u cafeteria, the other tiiylit, ivud took the trouble tti wiilcli tin? sllesU. Their faces wore expressions. 'J'lifcre were few .smiles and consid- erable impatience. i-Vo one alo leisurely. Xi> one seemed to tie- liticriitcly enjoy the meal. Our conclusion was tluil Amer- icans, with more blessings than any otli'T pi'ople, fimply do not kiunv ID live. Americans arc t'JO nervous, ton important, too pro- to to happy. Occasionally we are K'lunleil to shriek. "Scat, i-ial, Brown in ft, Atclitsoii, (Kas.) Ololif. BIG K B M THE OTHER DAY variety of we heard of a referred lo It was tip- IF YOU rtruw n line arouml Vk: you can easily imagine lh'i ars, ilrojipinB the nuinth.-. A'ivm-alc fnini our- end of llu- i and .lays. Multiply the sum n.-ute to (tie other, but owiiiK to cs- tuvo: add lo llir result nlitai i.-liua; eivinniitanr.s. the offer figures add dvo. an-l no- Tlie idea of a 'divide liy two. s.iWr.ul from thvul" vavi.uiini sugsested itseU; ifsiilt nhtaineil Hie number di.-aiilk'al'.-d last ind later his oniprj.-ed body wa.s fotiinl IJi.uiilv. tooK .oil here today tin; first U-s of his Yi.rk. llav.'ls expeels ti York surpass his cross Si. l.oui to Committci's from HICL Victoria County Hoys' uiul Girls' Agricul- tural (.'lulls, Cliamtier of ('fitnniL-rce committees and dt- ructcil by (.'oiinly Agent II. H. Ross Miss SyJjil Diitcs, county iiome demonstration URCM, arc iiusily at work ul IMcasnre Island loilay com- ilu; for Hie tliiijV Fli'jsi Animal Short Course, ivliicll Is lo lie lie-Ill tomorrow from X u. in. tci 10 ii. in. President T. 0. U'allon of the Texas A. and M. College and oleveu specialists from Uio Uxumsion Service Di-pat'L- inctit of Hie uolleae will participate in ihc progvam. An attentliitice ot fully 5.0W) peo- ple from Victoria aud adjoining connlit's is expected. The biggest outside delegation probably will come from Jackson County, which will reiireseiitci! by several hun- dred farmers and tlieir families. HoL-hbeim, County: Olivia, Ciillinuii Coiiaiy, and Tivoli. liedi- Coiitity, alavj will be ropresent- ed hy large delegations, which wilt liejiu to arrive aliuiit tkM o'clock HI the morning. The seneval public is cordially inviicd lo minslo with Ihe crowds. Hiamls serving all kinds of wliole- eatablc-H and re- svill lie at (licir service. There will lie a barbecued chicken ilinuur for TSc, a liarliecncd uiut- lon dinner fur and a fried chicken dinner for 5Dc. The liar- beciujd chicken dinner will con- sist nf half a chicken, poiato salad, i1. sliuL' 01' ntta1 anil a clip of cof- fee'. I'otiitii salad, coffee unil cafce ht- screed the liaroecne'.t iniition aud the fried chicken ilfn- ner will lucliidn peas, potato, salad, tomatoi's. letlnce. ciiliu and coffee. Tlieve will be a free ciiicken bar- iiei ue al !bt- niiiMi hour for the Agri- iMillur.il Club members, (heir par- ents and hi'ilhvrs ami sisters. Over KI'II reservations liave liecn mndo foi tins event. At six o'clock in the i.'vetiiiiK the Faitilers' Luncheon t'luli will Icmlel1 the A. and >i. Col- leue i-vii-ris and others u ha'.i'i'lec al tin.- Dvnv, i llmel. THIRD APPLICATION IS FILED HERE FOR MARRIAGE LICENSE TWO WEDDINGS IN THIS CITY SONDAY umiev pcrfovnit'il in VU'- imtlay In1 Itnv. A. V.Virtll. former l.iral yoiilli. who Illn 'om-e. The si-out mi of a rul.licr (Iwiii'l "ill mi-el lint Tuesday! ath'T from liere Miss Clark will so to Xew York from where she will sail fur loutimiiir-- the Ions; Hint: at to so to tile park i rlilvVOI-ST-KAl) ADVICE. r-rt lioi'oro the 4-11 ('tub i I'roni Tin1 Advoi-ate of Den band will luncl its -.vul Ihis t es. wlio intend to on ih do no! obtain finui-' b.- likely to fortjrt. Ky cliatitciuir one tn be ivlded from 3, ;

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