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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 1, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "White Gold Not only the lateil, but comfortable, itroug arid stylish, They we wearing them now, Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optomeln'st geo. If. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 Timely Topics -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURN5TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Ternis Phone 169 WHATEVER PEOPLE MAY THINK OF YOU, DO WHAT YOU THINK TO BE CORAS. WE HAVE all hail DID cxpcr, lento while out riding of approach- a hill from a distance. The lilll looks very sloop mid difficult. find bllun we go ahead thai as WP approach (he lilll II seems less eltap aiirl if keep on climbing, HIP fJrst tliluK know wo arc in lop, II liasn'l boon nearly Iho lank tliat wo (bought il would'be. Many difficulties that Ho in the way of progress of :i town appear from a distance to lie iusurniount- able. As iva look forward ul (lie thJiiHs that liu in llio path of Vic- toria's progress we are prone to htlleve that il is fulllo to ultempt to overcome them. They seem loo large und difficult for cur small means. like Iho hill In the road if we will resolutely push forward ami tofik only at the objccl to be nltalucd. Hie difficulties ivlll seem ICES and less formidable. The way will open up if we will but persist and If we Bather logolhor all of our energy and resource and use it for the uiiitdini; up of our home we can arcomplish wonders for il and for every business in it. Somewhere someone has said "It you don't give up too soon, you'io bound to gel whal you go rvtler, no matter If the wliole world says you can't do it." "WHERE THERE'S a there are Always or3 or more law- yers. A LOCOMOTIVE has the light of way and generally proves it. PERHAPS THERE IS safety in numbers bill not in a canoe. HE DIDN'T heed the Iraffic cop, Dill raced, ;shend ncll-mell The doctor told Ihe sexton Ami (lie sexion tolled the hell. DON'T BLAME (lie world when things go wrong and yon have met rebuff. Uoift censure anyone of the throng who seek to call your I'hiff. Investigate and you will find (hat whal say is (rue; don't (nil me (hat Ihe world's isn't the world, it's you! Yon say the world has used you and caused yon tears and woe, nml made your days depressed and friend, it isn't so. The world is full nf jny today, and woes are mighty few. just stop to think anil you iviJI say, it isn't the vroilil, H'i- you! You leil me that Ilia world is hard, (hat gladness isn't here; Ih.V- hiiipincss and hive are barred, that folks aro nol sincere. You sav the Avorld treat-; yon with scorn ami Ihat It's fickle too, but just as sure yon are born, it isn't the world, il's yon! You think tile world Is an awful bore, that it is small and mean. We've often heard that tulo beforei when things were all serene; and yd. we'll t-ll you now, old scout, when an your wail is through, you'll fi.'ul. without a donhl, it Isn't the v.crM, it's We're Always prone, when in llio dumps, lo blame Ihe world and say it only gives us kh-ks and thumps as we go OH our way. Uul she's a mighty good world yet, so lake this timely cue: Just quit your knocking; you hcl it isn't the wnhl. il's T. Card. FUNNY THING [his buying out of town hahil. heard a busi- ness man set up ijn a niccllng a sliorf limn aso and deplore Ihe. tendency of the general public lo ,1 Next day the railrniid freight agent tip. pcd i! off lo us Ihat Hits particular business man was buying his gro- ceries from a' ratalogueconccrn. AN EXPERT is one who is a way from home an   thousands who saw him allow thu champion- ship to slip almost from his grasp Saturday with his worst round of the tlm tournantenl. Hobby, with exception nf only four or live hnlos. played as to perfect Kolf as can be prmlnctil. UNRIPE -FROIT BLOWN FROM f I? PLUM TREES BY STORM and [ihim trees were stripped of their truil in Kridny's st( rm. Since nf this fruit unripe, il proved almost a tola! loss. COUNTY .CflllRT NOW IN SESSION HERE The i-iiul Tiie heavy ciiit i Victoria Counly Court con Ihi Still Golf Champion Fatally Injured and Two Pas- sengers Killed at Wlin- eola, N. Y. DIED AT HOSPITAL' Saw Service in World War and Piloted Miss Earhart Across Ocean. Struck by Flying Roof Dur- iny Storm and Side and Chest Crushed. WOMAN'S HEAD CRUSHED Negress Suffers Injury Here When Felled by Roof from Neighbor's Home, Miss Wilma Uueiiring. IS, daugh- :r-r ot Mrs. .1. Ii. liebstehi, formerly it Voakum and 1'orl I.avaca, had ier entire left side and chest urush- :U-and- led-lti'iig punctured at Ihe family home Iwo miles novlh of this dtv during Friday's BOBBY JONES. Victoria News of Long Ago NEW FIRK STATION. iie, iiolibie, Katie, Nettie ami Last week llie City Council voted j Mamie Emison and Jliss Cussle lo appropriate the sum of J30U for (iiiilnicnut, Mission Valley; 'Misses the purpose of ussistini; the Hook ami Ladder Company in erecting a building for (he storage of their handsome truck. The bnildins is to he located on the Court Jlonsc Square, facing south, near the City tin Hi'ttic and Alice Newcomh. Miss Ella Murphy. Miss Tillic Smith and .Mrs. Lij7.li; Stafford, Cannan; I'iinnic .lannary, Miss Kinmn Stewart, Viiloriil; Mrs.-'A'ils- Thomaston; Kd- Hall. Plans have been wtvd Powers, Mrs, and and estimates for Ihe cost of con- j daughters. Coletlo. Alter supper struclion will he invited shortly. I the dance until nearly Hoth the other companies are pro-] itayliyjir, when (he parly separated, willi comfortable buildings of i having hail :i most l (line. Ihcir own, and when the hooks j --from Th their new edifice the con- i 9. 15S5. dilion of our local department will te.entirely salisfaclory to the tiro men, well as our citizens gener- ally. There Is no city uf the saint size fn Tews as well prepared fight fire as is Victoria, and our IIOirSK WAIIMISU. ri'qnlar old-fusMoned "house- tnr.k on Tuesday night the residence of Mr. T. 11.. Mcnlly moved into his stronjf lompiuiies. with their A large number of in vifd friends were prcscnl and all eimipnicnt. is something which every Victorian should be prond.- Tho Advocate of Decembo A DAXCI.M; PAIJTY. Last Tuesday evening n, party look id.Ke at (ho residence of the evening to its fullest IKiilC'ik of an elos'inl. supper, pre- sided by the genial host and Dam-ing was kept up   commissioner side of ilu- river, aljnul six- milvs fiom this city. The attendance in- cluded quite a number from a t.mco, while Mission Valh-> was slronply ropresc-nled- eighl bug- gies from ih.it vlrinily anivins :l( Ihe same time. After dancing mi- lil about midnight, the parry par- of an elegant supper, to which iveryonn-Including The dlu with the duty nf niriiv.- a complete of Ihe very handsome toilrts present, fiiit In- found a prelly girl to talk and r.vl.-.l io Sct the 'lesitod in- fr.rmaiii-.ii.- Krom The Ailvocatf c  Indies pro-ent: criminal docket is lint as'.Misses Addle ami Porter. as usual and there aro Mrs. John Powers. to be Iricit. re few Ch.vio; and'Xccly Hives, Misses Bet- MAIW1AGK. Aui'ini; ihosii who drifted wilh i1 on U'rdnesday niRht was .Mnniicr and Miss Fan- Uaiin-.-; and thus il is while (he u.ivj rir.Io of (lie unntivricil loses Coiitluiod on page two) Jli.VKOI.A, .V.SV., July Wllnier Slullz, Irans-AllaiUie fiver who piloted Misa Amelia Earhart on her trip to Europe, was fatally injured und two passengers, Ed ward Murwood and Pat Costlluchi cf Iloslyn, New York, killed when hN nlano.crashed shortly tafc- ii.'K off from lloosevelt Field. Stullz died on Ihe operating (able of the Nashua County Hos- pital. SUtltz was and served in the air corps during the World War Me was associated with Mrs Tran cis Wilson Orayscm in hei first tno attempts to take off for Europe. He was given (he Inlci nalion il League of Aviators medal for his (runs-At- lantic flight. when she went out into the yard I.Miss to rescue her pet rabbit and was was Hi nek by a flying garage roof. Her condition i.s critical but was reported improved this morning, ord crashed, was reported alightl., She is under treatment at tho De- Tar Hospital. The young lady is a ler ot Miss .Myrtle nuohrin'j- of this city and she has two other sitters iinrl a, brother in Voaknm. Annie Hilton, Gl, ncgress, rosid- S in Ihe Queen City Addition to Victoria, had her skull badly crush- ed and was probably fatally injur- ed when she was struck liy a rool blown froii' the home of Millie Ilii'ms, ailored, whili; w-aliiiiiK a neiffhbor's house ilurins the She not found tor hours. She is also under treatment at the DcTur UospHal. Al (he UjjTar Hospital also is J. C. lluller, meiiihcr of the Humble Oil and Refining Company's well crew on thc jay Welder ranch near .Viirscry, who was strm k in Hi2 rishl side by ;i flyiriR timher. The young man formerly was in Hit grocery lutsines here. His cimdi. lion is reiiorted much improved and his complete recovery U ex- pected. Camilo itc-yna. 22, was badly cut (lie left aim just above llie hand liy ;i piece of flying rjiapi while tryinj; tr> board up a br.ikcii window at the Wepreck Cnn.r.ry. where ho is employed. Several stitches were required to close [In wmnul. He received trc.ilinciu at Ihe Do Tar Hospital. Ab Knrcfield, IS. colored, form- oily employed as Southern Pacific porler here, who was r'.-pnrifd on of fish houses that was swept away at Port and missing, was lo he uninjur- The Oulf l Droclsiui; Com- HI.VS dredKotwi.it, whlrh, ivith a now of rive men. was working Miller's Point near old liLiiianola wi.en the storm struck, wash- ed at MaRnolli ijeadi with- out loss life. Another boat, with fitcecii persons aliaaid repnrlcd diiK from Scaililft weathered slorm any ca.-iiallio.-.-. Two Houston nu-n who wtre t in ihv ftoiiu while on oi'lhiK in a speed boat off Decrws I'ort also are ie- ixitted safe. MISS GENTRY IMPROVED- M1NEOLA, N. Y.. July 1 Viola {lenlry, aviatm who seriously injured 11st Fndi" a plane in which she wag tryiiii; lo break the'endurance improved today. lias not been informed that her lid pilot, ack Ashcraft, was kill- ed In tlie trash. CAPT..O.HAWES-; IS LAID TO REST AT IAVACA Captain Hugh Walker Hawes, SS, pioneer ranchman of Calhoun Ci.unty and one the few Confederate veterans of section, died at his home at Port O'Connor late Saturday. ('apt. Hawes was a native ot Ken- tmky and camo'to Texas when, fie was twelve years old, residing In Ciillionn for Ihe past 75 years. Ha saw service during Ihe Civil War ;v; a n'cnibcr of Raglcy's Company, Brown's Hegimeiit. Surviving are one A. E llawos of I'ort O'Connor; oris daughter, J-rs. S. S. Terry ot Free- purl; two brothers, Judge B. Hawes of and :1. ll.-iu-cs of Soiidrtft; ten grandchtl- dren. an ilthrre sreal grandchildren. The funeral was from SI- Jo Catholic Church at Port 0'- Coiinor Sunday with interment 'at rt l.avaca. Rev. Lambert Schtol. assistant p.islor of St. Mary's ircli this city, conducted tna rites. MAN INJURED HERE BY NON-STOP DRIVER HAS LEGJPUTATEB Kolso Kar-nz, who was badly n- rt'fl by a hit-and-run driver In tils southern portion of this i ity three months airo. necesbitiiting llu> (im- putation of kit h-s at tha hip, was dismissed from the Hos- pilal Kiimlay. Saenz is a braihrr nf llio I.itc Henry Hanez, fonncr deputy sher- iff, who was recently killed In ail automohtlc accident at Pierce,   

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