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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Filled DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 509-10 Welder BWg. Phone 233 ADVOCATE FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE -AFTERNOON EDITION HOLLAND Easy Terms Phono 169 5co. H. French, Publisher, VOLUME 32 Timely Topics THE WORLD large wlic'il WOaiy fCIIKIK'K tWO henO-ls divide; lllit the world is small when your oneifiy Is loose on tliu other side. -0'HEIUtA. IN OUR younger days we Ml, on a niinihiH' of occasions, for Hie hook who suhl us a sot of books on Oie Installment plan. The of tlio bullet-lor coming ivci} mfljilli frcltcd us Id Hie ex- len( (Imt Viout (lit' trip of the Hie whole ac- count, Tlu're is KC-inellilnB iLbuu' (bo thought tit ;i collector coining .every month tut the that pills another worry into thci scheme. of things, Installment is ill! rltilit for a homo or (he solid necessary things of life, bul we can .easily imuyiuo hou" one's cullre poui'C of mind could bo {'.ostrayoil with the ove-r present li'umilliig thought of u collector coining every week for a 39-ceiit on a straw luU or u pair ot oxford-i, In commenting on the Iwiik'iicy UMViml insUillmoit buy- lug one fits stiiil 'It Has once said yon -hail to make a .belter mouse traii; but now sill you neet! u do Is tt> neglect your Installments ami the world will heat a palli to your THEN THERE was the absenl iiitndL'i! professor who lit ;i t-hoco- lal< ,utd ate u ilptr   reason of ts .ilw.iji largt- i culling ,i in.ijoiit} of the boys and girls: The St. .fosepli'a High School i1- second and Nazareth Academy Ulird. .S'ew York, pttrhnps- is (lie farthest school aorth that will receive a -Victoria pupil. He is John Welder, son of Mr. iinil .Mrs. J. J. welder, from Psitti Welder the past icnn. Alston Chambers lias er.rolleil In Cumberland University, Tennessee. The University of Vir- sets Jack McDowell. All other students will register in Tex- is institutions. The list of students, probably !iol complete, as follows: Texas University: Mamie O'Con- nor, Helen 'Franz) Bessie Kilgore, Ruth Davis, Vivian 'Buhler.' Alada >aln, Elena Tyng, Slayton Smith, U'inslon Edwin J .Foster, Worchester, Mass, was elected Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Re public at the annual convention of the Civil War veterans held in Port- tand. Maine. HutunnlionM N'ewbitel) AL M'FAOOIN TELLS OF SOUTH AMERICA TRIP AT LUNCHEON The Uons Club bail 'us its at today's noon-day- Inncheon Al Mcl-'addin, who apoke of bis recent .trip lo South America. Mr. .McKnildln gave very vivid det.ul-, of the citensite tom, telling of the many peculiar customs of (thc South Amencan countrie-, cs X.irjacks. j pieialh Vrgciitini, uf HID I'roctov, Wilson Fowler, Alvin j is Ihe c i.uliil Roy Highway Contracts Of Vital Interest To This Chinese Co-ed, Believed to Have Stood Nine F.or Acquittal, Three 1 For Conviction. ROBBED BUDA BANK' Jury Composed of German and American Farmers and Ranchers. Hit gore. Heatoa Smi null Jieiisoji Taylor. NLW HHA.UM-'ULS lev t -Die Jim which hold-, fate of, 2l-ycar-old Kebcccu Kosere, admitted bank rohhetvin its hands, reported lo Judge John Watson al noon today, tlnil it was hopelessly deadlocked. Judge iNon oideit-d the jtin composed of twelve German and American T favmors suiii ranr.he'r; back, to their chambers to delibor ale further. The jury has hail Ihe tune I ci clock jesterdn afternoon. minor w is cniient Ibat Hit. JIHV stood nine lor iLqnlU il and three for conviction oil Mrs. lloger's charge of robbing the Farmers' Na- tional Hank of imda of one thou- sand dollars 'arl Johnston. Hampas KnK, Mich- icl Hchweilz, 1'cier Brown ami Icsse Itrowit; St. .Mary's "itniversily: T. 'iiis. Charles [isuvs.s. Victor Diet-, zcl. William Hives, and Alliei'l War- i burton. I liica Institute: Harold Etnlherford itoos. C. I. A.: Charlotte Madeliiu- Kyle. Hensley SEPTEMBER BAIN IN HEARS STOPS RAGING FIRES SANTA I'AIU.A, Sept. -Steady nnsensonal rains falllnj; WOMAN KNOWS HOW TO LIGHTEN LOAD AT HARO TIMES Emile Nitschinann, 56, Pass-, ed Away Last Night at Victoria Hospital. (WAS REPAIRING TIRE J j Unable to Talk, But Wrote f Note to Employer Before I Death Came, Contracts Hicjliway 12 Wliich ;fasses Through This County. EON A RECEIVES Goliari Stretch Longest Ever Let Commission. One of the members of the Tree Home Demonstration Club. ihe lasl Iwcniy-fonr hour.'; We.it under control the great forest ,-ind j brush fires of Southern California. -11 was the firsl SepliMnlnsr rain Institute: tieorsc .Miir-jin sf.vell wit A. McCoy. Mr-s. It. 'li. Ilochm, lias found a way lo ninkn money ill spite of the gen- eral crop and garden MM. Itoebm has sold wovlh of home civined products, principally Siuiei- kranl and torn. This spring .Mrs. Roohni noticed tlio popularity of the new drink, saner krant juice, appearinc al sc-ila fonntnins and For yews .Mrs. Koehin has made The. alienation of affec jtions.suit of Mrs. Helen Bedford j Jones, divorced wife of Henry Bed- ford-Jones, author, against Mrs Mary T, Sernardin, widow of a wealthy Eyansville manufacturer, will come' to trial in Evansville, ,today. Mrs. Bernardin. is shown in the above photo with Henry Bedford-Jones. (International Illustrated News) The Stile (omml-isfon at Us regular monthly meeting this week awarded the American J'av- ing Company of Omaha, Xeb., the loalricU fni p 12 from Kdnsi to.tho Victoria Coun- ty line and from the Victoria' Comi- ty line Ihrougb Oolind to the Dec County line. llisrluvay 12 is now paved and under contract to be paved for it.i entire length, except the section from Victoria to the Gplinil County line. II is oxncc.lcd thai the COR- Uaels tor Ibis section ami the new liridge. across Ibe OHadnhipe Itiver a; Victoria will be let at :in early meeu'iis of LO in miss ion. Only cuiiiToic paving Is being used. The highway across Goliad Coun- ty is 23.S miles long, the Ion: slretch of concrete pnvinj; eve contracled for by the .-commission. Among the Kniile linmbii, of Teller- juer, this found uouiulud in jlhe head on Sontb Der.eon Hlreot in (his Wcdnesda> .iiternoon near his antumobllc and ,i plalol wrajiped in a blazing clotli hesicle him, died at ihe Hospital t U 55 o'clock hit uiglit He Innahle In speak but left ,i bhoit Matina Ilinl he the Me jlim of au Kcidenl He is too to ,ms details the. jnole was iuldicsseil to fonnei Conn ty Judge P J> 1'ulneN, under uliont be was serving as i life insurants Ho also 'old .ucldcnt iti siirance I'nor to that he was A fuvmer. The m.xn's wliolc lower jaw ami part of Mi toiifUO iierc shot The bitllol seemed to exploit oiuioi seemeii oxploit whe .passed .through in bis monthandllie piecessba their.way.tponivcrsilit5.of.the Mid- tereil through his bead Ho had a die. West and, Atlantic Coast, is fiul tllc ia Wang Yah Chuan, Chinese i Hinl piiioMms lih tools of Peking. She will attend the Klllle hf IntnmB ml of George .Washington University ,t was disamrged Washinflton, D.' C. tinlernalional Illustrated News'l COL LINDBERGH AND BRIDE IN PATH OF VlOL'ENlHUeRiGANE WASniXOTOX, Sept. __________T _.....L............ .vim- Coloiiel Charles A. Lindbergh ami jamin Xitsctiniann of one isest llis liricle probably will run into a! brother, H I! Nitschmann of ever violent hurricane; on the north idulupe, and two bisters, Mrs M Jli NitSLumaini, ibe bon of Mr and Mis Fr.mk N'ltschmami, de ceased, was born at Eagle, F.ivetle (Counu, W> .mil h.ul ed in Ibis   since 1902 icsitl ing al DiCoiU and Iheu ,it Telfer nor. Ho K simhed b> lilt, set ond formerly Miss Marj K.i llch.'oi fajette ConnU, to whom be. was married Jnlj Id. ID20, two sons bj hib first Mile, George .N'itschmaim uf Ml, Sharp and Hen: coast of. South America it Ibey iwceplcd fnr this work! continue Hie sonllicrn roiilu, thu MOTIVE KNOWN AND SUSPECT LOCATED IN BORGER AFFAIR BUYING A canlaloitpo la like KctlhiK married. cau't tell wliat kind of n bargain you have ninde nnlil you Ret H honio. WHEN CONVERSATION gets dull, and the topics ?cem slow to present Ihemrclvrs, loll your friends Iliat the biisiness fat- lioralions are wording hard to ren- der service lo the people cheap- ly a.s possible. Haylor Medical Collese: Howard Ireland :ind Ueor.qe Shields. Hayloi- miiversfty: shelton u.' Hall and K'aric Sessions. j 1-idy of Lake: Elizabeth Kcffnn' iVUl Felice Gonzales. rniDbprlnnil rniversily Alston Chambers. Woodluiry Forrest (X. John! Welder. j Incani.ite Word College: Mary' Dolores' Welder. I'nivcrsily of Virginia: Jack Mo i IH.w-ell. Odlege: .Made- linn Tiaylor. Tcxsis "I'ccb.: Hon Ureer. SI. Kdward's Univrrsily: Al l-'ire are the re-i krant which hrousbt forth praise ipion inilny rciiorltng the fire well from friend under control. LOUISVILLE LIKELY TO GET 1.0.0. F. and iieisbbors. Concluded thai she be able Holmet lo M.OTly kraut m find a market in Victoria. (s llnl many difficulties appeared.' with .FAMOySTOWNCBlEB OF SAN ANTONIO' IS CLAIMED BY DEATH SA.V A.VTOXIO. Sc-pt. Nfycrs. fumnns vrrier, ami and dinractorislie fimiro in the San Antonio scones. dicU ui bis sleep of ;i hoarl attack at his Uotnc Itcre UV'cliiestl'iy. ,The main ones were botlliup ami of kr.epmp. Bo she de.-ided lo this venture. fioxt- cv ,ris. Texas League Playoff Wichita Fails ..............3 Dallas...................... 1 I Km) of 5th inning) 1QM nflNVFNTinN1 inadeupan' 1 UUH IU.H I lUll j unusually hirSo supply of kraal and 'felt that she missl of it.. MOrSTON. Tex.. Sejil. toiwitllcil her bonic denionstra-1 is recardeii as the iiKcnt, Miss Sybil Hates, and, most likely site for the 1930 world j learned bow to (-AU krant in tin! cotivi-nUon of the Independent Or- jeans sn thai il would wholesome i tier of Odd Follows nnd Krbekiihs. jarnl keen. she lim- ited and MOM alt the kraul she bad put sinil has had many requests Rir more. Stie Is pkvininp- a last Friday "ingcr taplams in charge of was for The section from j forecast lorlay. I.'.tna lo the Victoria Connly Hue! l-lndbergh is suing the j embraces S.5 mites and the. contract j worsl P'atu In the worst 'ink-e was j possible Herbert J. Drownc, Otlis-r roiiil conlracls of loca' !wralhcr snil1- leresl just let are as follows: j Karnes Connly: .-U allies ste. land roncrele hriilKe on Highway (112 over San Antonio Itiver; Dar- v.'sihl. .Int.'.. San Antonio, Liivaca S.i miles "of grad- ins and drainciRe. structures and pavinp. Highway 72. lellsvilltt .to Mustang Creek; In- j terstatc- Coiistniclion Comttany. ll.iillo Kock. Ksune.s (.'oilnly: miles-con- crc-to nnd bridse nil Hish- wny 72, over San Antonio Itiver; Krnm 1912 up until abtnil Iwo O A. r'OKcllnirg, McAlleu. 5S6.SW. when cily officials IKIU-, MaliiKonlsi County: miles him from street anil probably .-ind j.-tructiires 1-Tulins iva.s -seen daily doivntoivn i ward.1' llih'hivay 71, railroad under- to County line: IIn was onenf tin; fmv (criers in America anil was ki Herder of Shiner J. Bnecek of Katrle. A third C. son, W.ilicrMtscbniann, ;t World VvYir soldier, died at t'.vmp Bowie, Worth, duriiiK the. [In'cpitleiniv. Tim funeral was-irom the' (iolcl- Chapel here this aft- ernon al four o'clock.with burial In' the Kvercrcen Cemelcrv TROPICAL HUHRIGANE REPORTED FORMING WASUIXOtO.V, Sept- wciither bureau today issiiicd Ui'o followlns storm warnins: "Advisury. There arc indications of a tropical disturbance of sl'ight to moderate" intensity centered distance norlh of 1'orto Uico moving norlb'wwt- molivpK. .Sheriff .Ine Ownbey, cih operallns in the search, saiil tliat pcct, who would be imhbcd "when .Mitchell. Houston. Kaincs fotinty: .5S milea steel and concvelo bridge, gnu An- lonio Hiver and ilirl tipiiroswhes on Htpbwav 7i. withhebl until BECOME ALARMED AS DESEfit CHIEFTAINS ARM County and city authorities- de- plored the alk-Kalion that they were not their bcsl effnri.-- to captiirp the slayer ;ind drelarol ;thty'woiilil contliinc to coiipciai.' -f' i in ilu: manhunt. Tlio (Mil Fellows removed the cabbage this fall in order thai j six thousand of whom arc In xvorld The coinmillec on is selet'lins; placen I today. BEBGLAIR GETS HEAVY DOWNPOUR! ban on Hunday social galherinss and picnics, giving Ihe lodses local option. A sre.it parade Has Ihe colorful feature last eight. tier ciislomers wilb i more kram. Her t.ibbase plants are np and will be rcndy for Iran.i- planliii.i; c.s soon as the proper sea- son is in the ground. The thief of iiolico offered In jwsger line Iboiisatid dollars Ibat Sept. For a week it has rained hard almost j iwhen Ihe right man wu.- uvrestcil i day. Tor-j and warmer tonight !the city and county iiulhorities: downpours put streams to Vriday partly cloudy. flood slaKu. A fine winter ranee is! cloudy toni.chl slnil ou page two) iisnured fur stock. to thousands of Myers years old. He is j survived br his widmv. -Mrs. Jennie' Myvis: a sister. Mrs. II. Klein) smith; a brother. Snm Mvers of'. j New York: four ihinzhterH, Mrs.] I.eiit Dclca of Oi.im! Mich..! 'and Miss lit'ssk'Myers "f-New York i llrilish anihorUles ware im-reaslns- City and Miss Cevelia -.mil Miss jly alarmed reportrd today over frocuiTinx ilesert-rumors flint !lm ailm-k is saiil to IK- direct' .linn Wahabi. Khi.-k Ihi- ami other tribal chieftains who an: reported lo have revolted tasfalnst the fo'rmer's authority. I forces, In rn- number anil n fiulce and Miss Hannah Myers a snn, llcvbert. Cevelia k. 01 San A Mis in. nnd WEATHER REPORT 'Xriday, clash Is eSpeclcd dally.   

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