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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 19, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyes Gluwet Filled DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Bldfl. Phone 233 ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Seo. H. French, Publiiber. VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND WCTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Timely Topics THESE LITTLIE THINGS ARE GREAT To LITTLE 3MITH. PRESIDENT HOOVER called Ills farm board to meet In Wash' iiiElon. where the members gain- cied Hits wi'di. They have unlim- ited money al Uiijlr dfbijowit, and the iimoHfl of ilio hoard, us an- nounced by tbo president, won mi'ch favorable comment through- out Ihc land. There is no 1150 for iiiiybocly, ttio runners, to think that there will lie Instant, ri'lief. 'I'lie tiuanl will need time malic Ha effective, aiul allhoiifjh Iliem is competent ojjlu- ion on both sides, we believe that it will have a beneficial effect on agricultural welfare. Whether it will be far enough, however, to re- lieve what'if 'tailed .the "agvlcul- tnrr.l depression" Is a question that lime alone will answer. PRESBYTERIANS TO CONSIDER CALLING REGULAR AST OR A special meeting has been called al the First Presby- terian Church for nc'xt Sunday morning imtneilialcly afler Ihe morning sermon to consider the matter of calling a pastor for tho church. This church is rather unique In that for Ibe last fifty-five years it luis bad but two pastors. Dr. Josephus Johnson was pastor for 35 years, and was succeeded by the lato Dr. John Hlack Hudson; who at the time of his dealh ihe THE NEW money was turned j last ol January, was completing Ills loose on (lie country uvo j twenty-third year as pastor, fiso. not in sufficient' Kev. 0. c. Williatnson, instruc,   spring anything new on (his rosular loader of advertise- ments! late iu Ihe fall, resulting in the pro from Tile Advocate of arriwl prccincl only one of Ihc rural beard from. Lake Place- rto, ami in one precinct. Vorrtlran, proiiositions was safety rcisu. YOU HAVE pt-rhaiM not nolic.cil Ihe ditfrreiuo hut She socrtjtary of rotnmerri! reports tiiat tho prctdlic- of nmlor cars for May was filrt less (ban for April. -._., i THE INDEPENDENCE Reporter] Ibinks that a wnnnin who hasn't powdered b'-r mise lor five miii- ;iosfihly twls like i> man who haisn'l shaved for llirce days. vole on bolb a tie. The County Comnv.ssioners' Court will meet Tuesday to can- vass the returns. The slate can- vassing bnaid is to uieel August 24. 1SS9. i MAY THEM YET. piitience ot Job is not -i vc-ry uropcr example for Victor- other bunipvr crop if the weather "''IO very just expect the iiitr remains favorable.' f chine shops of (his dirision of Ih1? duction of Iho largest crop (his county has ever made. Tin; wi-ath-i er cleared Iwn weeks earlier this season and with Iho stalks equally as large I here is a chance for an- COURT HOUSE GLOGKi TO RUN AGAIN WHEN PARTS ARE RECEIVED Tut Courl House clock, wliicli ilias heen out of older since the ic- icciil slnrni. will be placed in run- j itinc order again just as soon as parts xro received ami Ihe i dials arc rep.iinlcd. THE REASON folts hurrv_________________ IK mo from work Ihtf Tnpoki! SHRTEVBPORT IN THE AIR is to got ready to so soino The following is K lahln of the s for the 1.126 season: Aiifiiist August bales. September September October October Xovember November December 1.787. Docembcr January M. February not seen them elsewhere with upm the sroumls purchased an-1 Tllo i those wlmse lives are w donaled tor that consideration.- of 2S, ISS'J. s I'rom The Advocate of 25. i way iu a inrewonl. CONSTRUCTION OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH STARTED ContrrtCtor t A. S. Daniel hcsan AS WELL AS THE AIR j the erection of the Christian SIIHKVKI'OKT, la. .luiy Church at the corner of i> I rndnraiice plane Del.eon and North Slrcots- tod.iv. EASY PAYMENTS" is the rock1 willi no Southern Prti-ifir En be VICTORIAN AMONG 226 MOST HEAVILY 1NSUREIMEXANS 3. llat'silale of Victoria ap- pears in tbo Jist of Wi Texans whose lives are Insured for iKKI or more. The irisuriuicx' on his life is JIS'V'OO. This list is ron- lained in the ''Texas Index." com- piled by W. A. Callaway. editor ut the Southland Life insurance Com- pany publications, just off the press. The index shows that the total aniout of insurance on these -'b'fl lives is which will at sxime future lint Three Feet in Edwards Liriie and Will Be Deepened Several Feet. 31G PRODUCER EXPECTED Secjuin Hotels Crowded and Homes Helping to Take Care of Visitors. SECU1N, uly ihe strik- ing of oil iu (he Texas Company's Dallas-Wilson No. I near this city, ;uin Is more crowded than at the height of the Climdaliipe County Fair. Hotels are crowded and homes HIC helping to meet the de- mand for rooms. The strike was made iu the Kd- wanls liniu'around 2600 feet and the well is bolus swabbed at the rate of S't'.i barrels per hour, it js about three feet in Iho .h'nio and will he deepened three or four fuel. When deepened it Is expected to produce lo barrels per day. The well stands on a rise about two miles north of Segniii-Canzulcs paved highway. It is about eight miles soiiih of the Southern Pacific main line and about >hc same dis tancc from Kingslmry as from Se Biiin. H is regarded as an cxten siou of Ihe Lining field down the valley of the Cuiidalupc Kivcr. venience of our country toilsins !for development of the stale. and banish ihe loivn coiv. and wo I Wils to secure all ought to be comparatively happy. names tbat have rightful The Advocate of Novem- lilis list of men ami bcr 2S, ISS'J. women whose lives are insured for State Department Announces Definite Steps Taken to Prevent Conflict. WAR NOT TO BE WAGED So Says Russia Unless China Violates Soviet Union.. Frontiers. WASHINGTON. July Definlte steps have been taken by the United States with (hi! ambas- sadors of interest foreign powers bave here lo avert hostilities in the Orient between Russia and China, it was announced al the State De- partment today. MEDITATION PEKTCU. China, uly Despite reports tbat the massing of Soviet and Chinese troops on the Maiichurian frontier is continuing today, the belief persisted Iu au- thoritative circles that there has beon no' actual outbreak of linstiU- lies. Competent observers are firm in the belief that some mediatory ac- tion will lie taken in the next few hours to avert warfare between the two powers. It is stated that the L'hiiiWe' Government is not alarmed ova'r the situation. CL'HIOSlTlpS. The electric; light lamps are be- examined by our veople who Tim larser no( elsewhere I'rom 1SS9. list, however, is year hy year anil i tin1 booklet is dolns; a wonderful vorl; aniniif; those whose lives are inadciiualely Insured and among those wbuse lives are without live ;ays KI.KCTKlC 1.KJ1IT I'i.AXT. OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT. i summer Ihrce giiy young; The larks from Victoria went to Avcordiiii; lo the llsl. Dalhs licads (he slate with 6S names, .-'cionil with 56. enlerprise is I and while disporting in the blue j P'-ofircssiiiff. the stork is all taken -waves managed to have themselves j (hi.1 machinery, except Ihe indicted for indecent exposure 10. Tlv iV.'oilh thinl willi Antonio li with 21, Wichita Fallj hsv- is Christ! 13. and lisl shows that the .mil P'.wor eiiBinc, is on band. Some person at Hie hist lorm of delay has occasioned on AC. court. Their bondsmou s mo" lvro for (cunt th-> mannfac.turers not j nrominent. business men of lii-vlns ihu exact s-m-t of ciiRiiiD in jtity. know Ibem, hut "f slock, iv.nl Koine tini- is necessary i mercy-more, mercy than we have! l.amlretfi of J'ort lo build ii. Mr. Klic.k. Ihe elcctri- ever received al their bantls. Per- K. 0. (o Jiavfiu-rlvml on last I haps we'll lift the liil some "f Amarilln' I'riday. hut was delayed on aVrmmt i Krom The Advocate of November "f ?l'' if illiu-ss. Tbo work, however. 1SS9. j p-iiiR and will he completed at i liM thn one or 192SJ Advo.! CM.K. TRADES DAY PRIZES WORTH FULLY JlSfl ARE AWARDED HERE Thu Victoriii Trades Day prizes offered by the Sail Antonio whole- anil distribiilors who visited j Iho city yesterday were awarded as follows: Kirst prize, for (lie largest pur- chases, II. Ilallfy of i'Vjrdlran. whosu purchases ainuiintcil tu J32.77. Second prize, tor the largest family visiting Victoria on Trades Hay. C. Winborii of who [was actomiianied by five members of his family. Third prize, for flic shopper from the Krcatejsl distance', .Miss Carolyn Cnnti of (liilveston. Tho prizes consisted nf Han An tonio maiiufiicliircd products val- ued at 5150. RUSSIAN OFFICIAL SAYS MEASURES PRECAUTIONARY .MOSCOW, July Russia's military measures "against China so far have been precaution- ary ami war will not be declared unless the Chinese violate the So- viet Union frontiers, it was clared today by V. K. Hudzulal.-, commissar of transport of ttfc Soviet Government: "The Soviets as a matlor ;o'f- prindple will refuse lo declare war against China until China violates' the Soviet frontiers and ChinesB Iroops invade Soviet territory. We have been forced lo take moaisnrW- to protect our frontiers because we have received information thai lu.e White Kussliins and Unssian Emi- gres In Manchuria, are being organ- ized for an attack against the So- Kudzntak paid. Kililur's White Rus- sians and Russian Emigres ars Anti-Reds took refuge be- yond Ihe borders of the'Soviet I'niwn whorj the Communists Rain- ed control of the Russian (tavern- meul. EXPLOATAl TO SEVEN AND SIX ARE IN HOSPITAL RUSSIANS CROSS FRONTIER. I LONDON', July [Russian accordins to mi- {confirmed reports received iu j thin this afternoon, have occupied ,'lbe frontier towns of Mjucbuli. Miinf-huria, mill I'ogranilcli 'KktJ> mi (lie .Mancliurian side cif the SI- i borian-Manchiiriiin border. EMBARGf RAGEO ON WHEAT SHIPMENTS TO T OF GALVESTON i-jirly day.- -From The ,iC Xovcmlmr IS. ISS'.t. names. YOliK. July Ilerkcicy Bell Df Ibe Tnirersity of Toxas. who captured the inlor-i-ol- ihrcc wt-cVs whii h many a good "credit" lias been wrecked. shiu; its cred [day. TWO-HKADKn CAI.K. Mr. n. lleaton has at (he M 11.1 of great labor i llaT1. PlW- S.RVICK OVKIClv ,5n, Th, fhig wm, a bluoimoustrnsity nientione.l hy us last or in by u. il m mo- .cuter, indicatingiwcck. This specimen as now suit- TO. in iwo days nights The edifice will be a frame a cold wave. can be seen at the nru, i -du continued in the air to- lurr. SO by SO feot, cost for nm limc tlljs store._Frnm X' h< made by R Pioxiniately m al Ulc Scvr. f -is OAI.VKSTON, Tex., July simo midnight 1.1st nisht, the lime sui by til'1 [carriers into (Jalvcston. (iicrc is an emlmruo on all slilpmems of gr.ifri :for rap.irt via Oalvestov.. The cmbarsn resulted from an jinvi'stiKatiDn by K. C. Andrews, dis- llrict manager of the Car KerviM Division m' the American Railway Association, with in Dallas, who diseased that iht'rii jarc more than I.'WO (arlwds jsrain at Calveston wish car- in transit tlivre.   

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