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Advocate (Newspaper) - August 8, 1929, Victoria, Texas Eyes Filled PR.-JACK.KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE EDITION FOIl FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 3eo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr JN GENERAL, Timely Topics MEN DEAL willi li'f an Uiiltlren with Iheir play, V.'lio first iniscue, then i-asi their toys away, THE COMPLAINT has ol'lcn been made (hat (here was tou nuicli expense hc-lwce.il Die pro- (Ulcer Hie consumer. Very p'len tht! illustration Hiis hec.il made prices (lip fanner received lor fmiil products iincl what, the retail Krocer charged llio IicusriH'ifc. Ki-muiniisls mill this pinrcis from producer u> consum- er "dlstrilmiimi." and any waste in any means higher cosl for Ihe' ultiim'.ic; cimsmiicrs, who fin- ally pay rnr rinv product and the distribution. Thi> Dr-pavtmenl of Commerce lias ili.'rcuijij; sonic liltio slndy tn the proi-jEH u[ ilislrllmlkm to ells- cover ways to eliminate unneces- sary reduce- lilt and e.vo.ntanlly reduce Mi'j cost to the consumer. Sc-trciary Lumniil tolls in a roient sin-ni'h some of. i lie letElons I'.v.'ncd by a survey of tho grocery tmsiiiesj in LuiilavIHe. Ky. Dcsc rlt-iiiK wiial was 'lone ami tho lesiiHH use.ertiilned Secretary Lcinioiit said: "This, j believe. i thi: most attempt ever made. to study ihe ilistribuUon. c! i-niniuudli'ics. task consists several parts, inclmlini; a market [Yialysis of the city of Louisville nti'l lite surrounding teri-itorv; a sludy (liu ci'cdil conditions anil VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 8, 1929. Subtcription: Per Annum NUMBER 21! P. TO NIZATIO LADIES WILL HAVE CHARGE OF POULTRY ASSN. MEE1 ING SOON'x Victoria Convict Released on Appeal Bond To the Members of the Unit Coast Poultry and I'et Stock As- sociation and Others Ink-rested iji Poultry HaisiiiK: On Tuesday, August 13th, the regular monthly iiicetins of the Cotton Crop Estimated at Bales (Inlf Coast Poultry and I'et Stock'; A Ticklish Situation Association will be held in the Chamber of Commerce Hall lit m. The program will bc in charge of Ihe ladles, u-ho are promising a real treat for everyone who attends As to just vvltaI tlie program will t'oiislsl of Is being kept a secict However, we have the assnranc" that it will be of Ihe classiest mid peppiest imigrums' yet staged. Won't you help to encourage Ihose iu charge who arc spending their lime and effort in pulling over a program for your Inslnu lion anil etilcrlalnincnt by being present? Iteinc-mber UK- date and pleise bo on lime., as the program will in More, S nu" i lo a simjlc minute tnere; a complete census of food (lisiiiliution in Ihe city including aM types of outlets; a cost analysis of In and tiiaimfacluriui; establishments, and a, similar .an- alysis bf 2S retail grocery stores. "The rcsnlis of tlie credit survey amuis Louisville grocery stores have been published-'ami released a few days Some 450 stores were studied In dclail representing one-half of Dm Krn- eery stores in the cily. Of these, 410 ilid ;v credit business. "One fact brought out v.-as lite increifsc in tile pro- portion of credit business with the increase in volume of silk's. Thus, stores less 'than lian- dloil approximalely per cent, on credit while. stnix'S lining; SliKWHln and over did more, ttuyi 75 per cent on ciedil. Hie oilier hand, the loses from bad debts were in ex- artly the opposite relation. Stores d'.iiiK less than in pales had a bud debt of fi.i; per cent of of it. Tours very truly.' V. B: UOI-UMAX. Seo'y-. U. C. I', ami I1. S. Ass'n. SNOOrWEpTlN RELATING HOW HE KILLED MISS HiX COLUMBUS. Ohio.. Aug. wri of C'amc-ron and oth- resident's of lliat county stated that l.cizj'.uo was worth and Hurke above tbe amount of the bund. Former Couiily Judge I'. I'nluey is counsel for'the do- in the appeal of the salts while slores doinj; SlfiO, OOfl and bud debt losses of only of one per cent Hnook hludics v.-ere also made or 30 i shivered, lie seemed on the verge retail sruccry. stores whose wom.m
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