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Advocate (Newspaper) - August 26, 1929, Victoria, Texas Filled, Exclusive Optomelritl B09-10 Welder Dldg, Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURN1TUBE.AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Tertru Phone H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 JTRSVWCTOR1A AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND. SOUTHWCSF IN GKNERALT Timely Topics "THE SENSIBLE world but o evolution of truth, love, and e or Ihelr oiiposltes in .HE, THE MOST important crop rais- ed on the farms of America in poo- pie and It Is from the rural dU- .trlcls tho population of the titles coineb The general census revealed ;thal Ihoto arc children under 15 years of age In llie cities Of this country, on fikVmH, and 6 In villages. Thu Id population oil fauns is about pci cent of the total while in the cities jt Is per cent of the total. The census report; also reveals that there are children on farms for every I persons with in Ihe ages termed' potential par- ents. The clllcs have only 615 chil- dren for every persons class- ed as potential parents. This means that there is a certain pro- portion of the young people-on the farms going to the cities when they reach maturity and Hint the birth rate is higher in llie rural weas. The farms must educate alltlicKc children, Including those who go h the city and use their education (here. This immediately suggests that Ihe rural .schools should be given liberal financial support from state funds, thereby Including those municipalities in which many of these young people will make their homes and earn their living while adding to the Ilia cities. FIRS.T, "Prepare lo die, I'm go Ing lo shool Second, Fust, "I promised I'd shoot an) body that looks like me." Snoua, "bo I look like l-'irsl, "Yes" BALL PLAYER, "We gave llie umpire fifty bucks to let us win thc J-'ilend, "And still yon Player, umpire was croaked." A NEW USE for the lowly term, printer's ink, has lieen discovered by enterprising bootleggers, pro. liibition officers St. Louis re- cently seized M cases of Canadian lic'er which had been shipped to that city from Detroit labeled 'Printer's Ink." STICK TO your safeguards and you'll stick around. AN UNCOMFORTABLE place to live Is just beyond yoiir income. A TOUGH bird usually has a foul mouth. TONS OF HAY, tons of turnips', and tons or other agricultural pro- ducts arc something' that mcsl of ns can conceive of, but it is hard to conceive of tons ot money. How- ever, there is a place where tons of monoy are almost an every divy occurrence, ami Ihis place Is known as Iho Jinreau of Engraving mid Printing, ,-iml located in Washington. This is Uncle Sam's paper mon- ey factory ;vnit it is said for months a', a time workers in this 'building turn out six tons of paper money a day. This money Is manufactured and hauled through the gates and clown the streets In Washington to the Unilcd Slates Treasury. A queer looking truck on four wheels like
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