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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 5, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyca Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Bliig. Phone 233 VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND j GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUh Easy Terms Phone 1B9 o, H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Anriunil VOLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 5, 1929. NUMBER 191 Timely Topics "FOR AS HE THINKETH IN HIS HEART, SO IS VERBS THE YOUNG people of Victoria oUKht In reiillzu that tliey we liv- ing; In ii" age vastly different from thiit which preceded Ihcm. Mail IlilK develop..! imlOld pOWOrj through modern invenllims, These have made possible lo thn.se liv- ing loilny ninny Ihlugs that were impossible years One Illustration suffices: H- Hamilton l.cc. senior pilot ''I Hie II. S. ah- mall service, recently cole- Ills gii'Muilltuntli In the air. accomplished without a serious ac'clilent! Two centuries ago, when (lie men in (he world thought' pretty well of the world, how long would II Imva a man to travel one million miles. .Miracles being accomplished these days. Tho air mail flyer talks over wireless.as he flies over a Ilghled course at nighl, and he- foi'e long ii'.: will be able to see as well as lalk with the girl ho left behind. would Aristotle, greatest .philosopher of the tvses, think of this, if lie see It today? lluw Wciihl this wise man of the an- cients explain phcntjinoiin, in- explicable of (he wisdom of his time? And, yet tfic average school hoy or girl of Victoria passes over these, ami other great achieve- ments, without thought, classing them an commoniihvje. THE PLACE for ihe knocker is outside the door. THE REST of your days depends on the rest of your nights. THE MAN who wakes up and finds himself hasn't been asleep. THE GROWING interest in farm relief loaislalion and the subsidy o! amounts lo an admis- slr.ii that the lai'iff does nut help (lie tanner. Schedules far the Benefit of the industries have lieen THREE N EXPLOSION VICTIMS HARRY LEAHY BURIED AT CORPUS CHRIST! SUNDAY AFTERNOON COHI'US ClIItlSTI, Texas. Aug. services (or Harry J. Leahy, executed at limits- villu curly Friday tor Hie murder of Dr. .1. A. Kamsey of Malhls, were held hero Sundiiy afternoon a two o'clock from an undertaking par- lor. Tiie pastor of Si. 1'atrlck's Cathedral officiated and huriul was made .in the Catholic Cemetery. pithltc aniiouncciuent of the burial was made. The arrival of the body early Sunday was sur- rounded by secrecy lo prevent curi- ous throngs from gathering at the cemetery. Seventy-five persons all close relatives or immediate Zep Starts on World Flight Wednesday at Midnight KM fe? vr Vf Vf W  f the company's second gas main from Ihe Coletlo Creek lo the (Jna dalnpe Ifiver parallel lo its firsl main. Th" new main is being built in sections ami evenlually will ex- leiiil from Dnval County lo HoitS' ton. In the meantime the com- at p. m. The crew of -li: stuck lo MIC ship until it Was safi in ils steel bed. The Xeppelin covered the dis tanct'. to tjakchurst in 05 hours and i Siifl is '-'2 minutes, lowering ils own lime .As ,.llf! Saturday last at Spring 11 was well attended and he net result was ?9. The colored citizens of Victoria turned out urgely ami a good time was had. A goad deal of apprehension is JOHN F. mm, 66, PIONEER FARMER OF IS DEAD LUFKIN AFTER CHEESE PLANT ONE TIME WAR LORD INDICTED IN JAPAN FOR PRINCE'S.DEATH John F, Krnppa. a well known l.UFKIX, Aug. The Lufkin Clmmber of Commerce is cnlist- onlsidc interest in the location here of a creamery and a cheese factory, and it is thought lhat but- kin will have both plants within a short lime. Lufkiu and Angelina j Oouuly citizens will he' asked to subscribe il, small amount of the capital stock of belli plants. The hevUs auil farm cosvs have been greatly improved within i "lc [cw anl' Improve- LONDON, Aug. Chang Tsung Chang, ono .time war lord of Shantung, has been iutlicteO at Ileppu, famous Japanese resort, in connection with the death Prince Hsien Kai, a cousin of ihs former boy emperor of China, ac- cording to an Exchange Telegraph dl spat eh from Toklo. Chang is charged with having shot the prince in a hotel room in Ileppu as the result of a quarrel. He was the prince's private secre- tary. farmer of Sprlnu Creek, this mont. continues from year to year. ty, died at'Ills home there Sunday felt as to yellow fever, but it is afternoon al three (i'cloc'k after an principally felt by newcomers. The j illness of .several monlhs. oli: residenls do not apprehend Ha i was presence Ihis fall. The season is Slovakia March S. ISM, and came rather too far advanced for it to get' much of a foolhold here ero to this country during his young manhood. Ho had resided for many -Mr. Jack Frost would have some- lliing to say in (he premises. The colored brass band gave an k-c cream festival Saturday night'! I'olkt, of Sun Antonio and Mrs. i years in this county. Surviving are his wife; one sou. Albeit of Spring k. and two daughters, Mrs. l.il- FARMER MARKETS FIRST NINE BALES GOTTONJT KENEGY KlvNEDY, AUK. Court- ly lias an "early to rise" farmer, Willie Gahrysch of Falls City.'Who had the honor of producing the iu the county that have descended j [jrst tale of new cotton this sea- Through the local Chamber of Com- merce, there a few cows now frcm the world's heaviest milkers. The native pastures of Hie county bo excelled for milk cows, sou In this county. liabryseli just kepi right on bringing In more cotton aggregat- iK.'.l. Kaincr of El Cilmpn. that correct business principles would pay in this li'.y and pay his rtt lhat. Let some business man try it. The lads and lasses all enjoy in the I'nblic Square. A l.ig crowd was in attendance and a liberal The funeral will be from Ryan's was realized, we arc glad to I Chapel in this city tomorrow after- The band is an elesant one. according to the belief of County nine Agricultural Agent 0. C. LcCronc.Lv.H broug1llin_ Also, llic ferlility of Ihe soil makes! __________ possible the easy growth of any type of feed crop nc. jmilk production. Ihe daiuing class of Prof. Hall. It ij described as immense. Miss Nellie norland has Iftkeii charge of the school at Mission prime favorite wherever she 5 o'clock. Services will and an honor lo Victoria, and Tin; he held at HI. Mary's Church and Advocate is glad lo see its efforts burial will he made in Ihe Calholicj amuse and gratify a musk'-lov- j Cemetery. Right liev. Mousignor j PASSES GBIS1S iug people fully appreciated. Charley Smyth, Ihe wide-awake boss of Section 3. G., T. rvud P. Italtroad, was a visitor lo our city one day last week. Charley keeps up with the politics of Ibis c'Hin- Iry, and says that Cleveland and Thuimand are invincible. As soon as it w.v noised abroad s were- await- i rite Shcehan will conduct tlic months, afler a rapid inspection his ship. for the voyage by hours. :js The ronml-the-world flight of Ihe. Xeppeliu will begin Wednesday al midnight. Dr. Hugo F.ckener, m'irnills was A" manner of Hie giant crall. clccinen olr.monl Tho large widicnco warf profound-1 i tall was nmet in lhal niiarler. e.ilv interested. "1 don I under- much for Ihe name and fame- of a il, 1 caul explain it. t only pleted sections will he used lhal il is Coil's law. that Is reservoirs. sufficient." said the reverend gen- The company has Its camp of election.! ;mr too lazy to work and too hoa- the Ktange tract near Dry Creek, ,ns areles; lo steal. Th.- authorities NEW TONG WAR IN CHICAGO CHINATOWN IT WICHITA. Aug. 5.HINSI-H was discovered recenlly that the t dreds of prisoners locked in thoj city jail here during the past few SAX AXTOX10, Aug. iug Ihrough what physicians .ho -n ,u_ j. of discourse. llul llic vktoria ._ ,0 Kichmon.i. So well-oreanizcd company. hsve a few "ir.-inks" lefl aboul midway between the Coleltn Creek Ibc Cna.lalnpi! Iliver, nnd alter Ihe line is laid under the well ui.cii faultless. .Mr. L< ibiil.l superintends his pre- and should fjel them al work on weeds alxnil town. creek the work will pro. cod from .M-arlmeut in po both ends. The pipe for Iho haa been welded together and is be' ins put in place today. perhaps ihe thousands iu during the past few j were not prisoners at all.l ;if they only hivl kuowu il. r "i door c go's Chinatown is an anucd has eith" ollt "r i mriay mithv.-ak ollt lh- m-w tons war which re.snllcd in the jPO'U-c did not know it KvideiHly. UiliiiiK of ..tie Chinaman yoler.h.y did Iho prisoners, and the possible fatal wounding of! The condition of the jail door be- another. 1 c-nue known when, a luriikcy acci- (ell asaiusi il and it opened. I'pon Investigating the lock it was f found lhat one could walk in ;sud 'onl without a Vey. i ___ _.- bank robbers' and mosl for approximately 62') hours, wa reteiving stimulants in an effot equalize her blood pressure. .Miss injured 25 day ;agu when she was thrown from, a automobile iu Brcckenridge I'ark. The IKSVS was hroa.lcast lo every1 city in the i-oiinliy and police' nn- bf-iug laken to pie- veni a outhreak. OR MISSING IN FLOODS SUFFERED IN CHIN the number of Golia.l' wculd imagine they should he very id.-speralo crimiunls are Vept in sop- From night bell himself. [wagons in town this voek bring-' ai.xions the [arate Th.- Temple Slar llifles, (he new'ins iu cotl.in and rcturnins loaded Th.) Advocate of SoiHenihcr 22. 'all have al some lime or other bpen colored military company, gave alwilli all kinds of merchandise we j 1SSS. LONDON. dreds of persons are dead or mis iug in floods in Ihe Hitpes ai Honan Proviiucs of China, afeof cells iusiilo the jail, perhaps i jtig to IVkin advices lo ibe civcnu Ihe freedom of the jail. Several towns arc inundated.   

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