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Advocate (Newspaper) - July 22, 1929, Victoria, Texas Eyes Filled DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 60D-10 Welder BldQ. Phone 233 Sep. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 Timely Topics HE THAT MAKETH HASTE TO BE RICH VVtLL NOT BE IN- MORE THAN slxly years ago, tho UnileJ states (iuvornmcnt cull- cil In for redemption- more than tu paper money and it liiay. surpriso you to hear llmt about (lit.OOOpOTO- was never pre- sented for This is inter- esting in view oC the introduction of the new sized, paper currency, because" It Is highly probable that the government will gain u Ml through failure of some peo- ple to tui'ii in somo of Hip, 000 now on( in puper money. FASHIONS for women may ha ridiculous lint only a cuss word would describe :mau's apparel. CHURCH as a rule, are not worried by what the rest of the public says about religion. THERE ARE more small towns gone crazy on' (lie subjects ol fac- tories tluui un any other ten topics. WE TALK .1 lot about the public schools lint few citizens over take (lie (rouble to visit them in ses- sion. IF YOU go to'law, a lid want your lawyers to agree quickly, pay them all the cash you have and tell them so. "I HAVE LIVED the past two ilflVs like the Queen of said a 19-year-old girl, arrested for stealins; worth of jewelry and worth of clothing. More- 'over, she added, "I'm not a hit sorry and would do it asain if I bad the chance." There is no use in giving her name. She represents thousands of yoiiiis Bills in this tounl'ry to- day, who look hungrily after the white lights and the gay lives of a clan fit our citizenry. There are, for all we know, some Kirls of this tjpe in Victoria, who, if they had a cluincc, and thought they could get by, would do almost anything for a "good lime." The example of this young, lady should not start a new ot pessimism. Her notoriety docs not nocloud the lustre that dwells tip- oil the brows of millions of unnam- eil, serious-minded young women, who are rapidly assuming the pro- per prospective after facing a life of huTcypcd liberty and hitherto "opportunities." SIXTY-FIVE thousand girls who leave hemp each year, reports show, never arc heard of thereal- (c-r. f__ MORE THAN pounds of cement arc manufactured .annually in tlio United Slates for each, womar anil ohild. A PROMINENT Georgia black- smith shop keeps horses quiet while shoeing them hy turning oh the radio to waltz music. THE FIRST ORANGES were grown In California in 1S73. XYLOTRIHYDROXYGLUTARIC acid! .Sounds horrible, bill it's no! so hail ami you may be drinking it FOon. In fact. Warren B. Km- plcy of the bureau of stamtMds told the American Chemical So- ciety recently that il made goo.l lemonade. Xylose, its dnig ele- mcjit, is wood sugar, made from permit shells aud cotton seed It has a sweet l.-kste and no food value ntid in addition to possibilities as Ir-monade, chem- isls tbink il was Love's labor lost, while {to C'unld pulled down his vest ami straighlcneil his cravat, genltins and two guards wounded when Ihe' carpenter shop was destroyed by fire and one thousand convicts at j the Clinton, X. V., prison revolted whitlows, "Carry me back to homo aud mother." Yours truly, -JIM MAX. I'. didn't Implicit _ in Cnero. i M. Tlie Advocate of Janu- ary 15, 1S5T. and made ati unsuccessful attempt were entertained to- day for Herman Mueller, chan- cellor ot (ienuar.y, who ported sinking followius was re- a serious right to see the chilli at all rcasoi able aud seasonable limes. Mr. Heard gave notice ot ftPiwal. He v.-as represented by former County Judge J. Turner Vance of Itetnglo County and T. Scarborough, .1 young attorney from Kenedy. Koriiu-r District Attorney K. Mrs. Jerome Harbich Dan- gerously Hurt in Headon Collision Near Nursery. NO ASSISTANCE OFFERED Raymond Patek Suffers Painful Injury as Result of Collision in Cuero. -Mrs'. Jerome Harbich, wife of tho cashier at the S 1> freight depot here -and formerly ot Flaton la, was dangerously mjuied Sim day night about o'clock lu ju automobile collision on tho Victor-' ia-Cuero neai Niirscrj Her face and scJilp were badly cut and the left side of her skull frac tiired. Sfie is miner treatment at (lie Victoria Hospital and re ported this afternoon as doing as nicely as could be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Harbich and tlielv foiir-month-old daughter were re- turning from a visit to Mrs :Jar- biuh's parents in Yo.ikum '.n theif .Whippet sedan wheti a Dodge se- dan said to have been occupied by (wo travelinif salesmen and oa the wrong.side of (he highway collid- ed licailon with them The impact of Mrs. Harliich's head with (be windshield caused her injuries. She was not thrown out of the car. Her baby, which was on her lap, was not Injured but Mr Harbich suffered severe bruises. The occupants of the.'other car are reported to have stopped "just long enough lo get their cai Marl ed a.sain and offered uo asblstaiice, Mr. Harbich hailed several cart in nil' effort, to get them to take Ins v.ife, who was bloody and to town without success until Anton V. Stanzul, employed .it (he Gis. ler Uaragc here and who Has re- turning from a visit to HjlIettiUlle, hapened lo pass. Two other Victorians, pohn tialu- sek and Kuymond Patek, also with an automobile accident on KB- lilanade Slreet in Cuero Sundaj.' They were nasiug the American. Cafe in a Ford louring Franklin sedan which had befell nearby was suddenly driven to Ihe cenler of the street struck 'broadside. waz badly cut about Hie cum, received treatment at the Lutheran Hospital' In Cuero, eight stitches being re- quired to close his wound. He has charge of the Jarrctt filling station. Halusek was not injured. He Is employed by the Victoria (iardware j Company. per inhabitants in toruuimntii' ed an unconfirmed report thai all 16 >oars Ir, il in an auto accident July and has nut since. Tin lo th. SI. Uobin was world's refnelinc; cnilnranti record Indny with ill hours in the if ailrinoon it will have equalled (lie Mendell-Keinhart record of 2K, hours and Tlu> Missouri State Life Im.iir- Ance Company lias purchased