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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 25, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                PRO AGENT WHO KILLED FARMER BADLY WOUNED Eyes DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 509-10 Welder Bldg. Phone 233 VICTORIA TOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 IGeo. H. French, Publisher, (VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWOr IN GENERAL. UA1LY ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER Subicription: Per Annum Timely Topics .........r lint mi.. wllhin the flower) which concealed it. I 4 ANYONE OASUALLY reciclliiB (lit news of Jliq i niiiot fill io Impressed by lite events which contrast the natures of mankind. NUMBER 39 OUTLINE t the, who, nil Me to swim to the rust-no of his vvlt'ii Ins deep wafer .and died, is passed in a few para- graphs. .one state last week, the conviction of a for the murder of bis son, which Is a crime so unnatural to be ilmost unbellc c iblc and. rfsit the. same lime the press told of a man who lost his life'-lfy- save a girl swim HUM- and. al- of s Ilttlf. bos while help-, Ivvo smaller broihers who could onirast the natures of mankind. _ _ _ vAhiie Hie ihiiofc, HID uv n r r p r n HM alls when ,1 kills his wife, II f jif" H tlllj In. ston of iho bme consort, 1 ULll fill ......I Gharles Stevens Prob- ably Fatally Wounded Early Today. TWO UNHURT tnetc Is nn occasion toi invent? j _.____ to he down hearted m itt, ml to the n n 11 tinu itinbutci, of mm, mime. Big Bootlegging Interests in riicv .bound tiiroLBiioni UK unit-1 San Antonio Believed el SUites in and unad-] Back of Plot. vciliscd pines I In. u t that thev j.ct prominence in ihe press SAN AMOMO Ics 25 that ihey Mack news mUudiut, two value being lommon and viui- held here today ueml-, The thinking in .1 of the i 11 n i i bem i miNshms of tluoc piohumion Hfi W3S Paltller 'tents, who vveie fned upon eailv] Home at KlUgSVllle at Woman Charged With Murder Was Reared at Inez %Y W JrC if 5S? Two Held for Burglary Unable to Give Bond Where Next? leu PT01817 rinding his nevsiiiancr shoul In mind Uiat main things nniLpoil ed ,rc is important Jn lef'euing to'Hv .ifter their Jiaomobile nut llic vtalt of ininliiiul is some of' slupped on the? hiMuv ij ncn hcic the -ilrocllic-- thii are '-o inomin Cinlaln Charles Stevens, vetoi cntlv disiiUvcd !'in prohibition atjenl now nnriei chnisfcs in tdiinection with Time of Death. WJT-BROTHERS muiriei clnistes in connection Kith' CAL DIONT nil, tntiili, but lie lorn C handlei slim j HC 3110 JUllUS LOPg, NOW :ure does write. THE PEOE6TFIIAN who meets a tlMpu dnving i Micedster :will li'ap'ljefore looks. PEOPLE YOU hefnend forset ynii; those who yon offend, yon. THE WORLD is full of states- men who can settle Ihe u thcr tomi- f.'ics' troubles. GIRLS WHO cnrowiifie men to lilierlies shrmltl riot he surpris- ed if they do. .TWO NAT.ION-WIDE liuok-llpj bioidcasl each gime of .the timiiin, vvoild-- Inseh.ill series which, .-irrcrdliiir lo present indt citon-. will In, ilnvcd month it (.tin uo inil rinhdPliihii .twcen the Cubs the Athletics. Kencsavv Af. Landis. com- .inissioner of major league baseball, lies ntilified llm Company ln Drovli isuiii, Sjstem tint replioneu may installed for the oun.slon, nocnrding to niiiunmcc- mcnts hy Ijolh radio urgnnlziiticuis. Today we start .In'.ildiiUT (hat nininlhoiisu in tnvvn. oreal! Who's pilns M lay (lie Life. National Droiul- and (he Colum- in n dry raid, was dangerously anil perhaps fatally wounded when he and tivo other agents were fired upon with shotguns'and'pistols. One wounded Mexican was cap- tured. The police li'eliero the slioot- ins resulted from a carefully laid plot of. bpntlcggiiig interests here. TEiEBRAPHJC. BRIEFS International News Service) The Russian Moscovv-to-NTcvv j today. citizens are momentarily the proclamation' of mar- Living in Houston, Mar- ried Sisters. James S.; I.piifr, is alleged li.-u-c died of strychnine poison- ing at his -.umno in Klngsville on Keptemher 11, formerly lived in Victoria. His vrife. held jail at Austin on a charge of imirder in connection with his death, was formerly Miss .Maude Hodge and was horn and reared at Inez, tin's county. The Longs moved from Victoria years tial law hy Governor Jloodv-. The Rpvernor ia awnitini; the re- port or Gen. J.-icoh F. who i.- making a survey of existing   coininisbiouers, the Vii m.ieliincr> ,Thc Hoy Scout Band, under tho iliiection of w Elam J-XKols, mil lead the parade, v.ill liegin fnrmniK on QruUe Street at the coiner the Public Sciiiarc Immediately behind the iMnd be plated the represent.! of the v.-viioiis organiyatious or tlie dtj 'irajor S S Silterlo and Ihe Cilj Council %ill ocuipj the first car and tin? tJi will Uo fcltonert TJJ cars coiitalnins duet tor, of the Victoria DislrlU Pali, ofucoM of the t'hamber of Com liet-n baitins Ihem vvilh poisoned meat. ,Col. ,C. Warden on Ihe PulBtlo, as llm result of one bnit- iug, found four wolves ;vnd one skunk cold and stiirk in deatli one morning. The colonel things there should be no law protecting buz- zards, as they destroy many young ly was Miss" Annie .May Hodge Inez. Mr. A. Goldman his son, Vic-: lor, left tins'-Week for Louisiana Imiiorlattoii They, go to Mr. Goldman's plantivi "f "airy wit" tilc lion in that, stale and took with covvs from this city of merchandise to the value of J15iy last night. A small portion of ihe stolen goo'ds was recovered from a Mexican at Inez who he- purchased' (hi! goods from Ochoa. Ochoiv's ar- rest, was effected in Houston hy Chief of Detectives YV. F. Kesslcr of that city, who delivered the pris- oner to Sheriff K. y. of Victoria Chamber of. Com-'this county, McGrcw was cnntriil in the act of the farm home of Clias. Sklar near Hlooinington.liitc them is horses .iiu! mules, .1 por- lion of which they will sell and the remainder will he used in plum Folfurrias Tuesday afternoon. j The cows arc quartered at the K. a fen- miles Monday liy Mrs. Sklar niion her return from the field. The negro tied when the woman t. "b These qcnllcmen .spent tllc cily lllil1 wi" lie w "rrcarcd. Me had ransacked Ihe (f j animals on [he m-airic. Doth wolves oral months there Issl spring liav-! irmcrs ltte at exaclly j entire house 1ml got away with ami bnz7ard--. hn sininj ,___...... j vvhaT they were iVnrehased for nluw only a .small aitintmf fit I and pcrately crnci he slater, .ve in (heir mode of tils ,ing lurso agricultural interests.! were iVnrchased for plus a small aniomit (if lie- Iniiisirorlatlon and feeding overlooking money, In a trunk he tons Count v officials, represenla lives of the Lions cluh, represent.! live, of the Rolan Cluh and rep- resentative'- of tlie nronta Club The rural tinder the rection of.Mrn.. I.. Stouer ami Ccnntv Supeimtendenl m K viss ivill liare a very rejjre' METHUSELAH rifltl. i.ue. i _ _ ___ pcrateiy erne) in llieir mode of  vliilc the latler by western rl "f "1U il is   p. storm warnings .Miami to .Inpin-r. Kla.. nnd north-1 storm warniniis north of Ja j jpilcr lo Charleston. S. C. cenlorod latler hiiirlhwe-slvvard ami incrcasinj; Tlie Ir-.'i Jersey Jicilor.--. jiropcrty i intensity, of (he Victoria Connly Jersey Calf u js ,rhib. whii'h are Malitmed at the grounds, have been tnbon-nlar j wilhiti the next 21 hnnrs. Camion tcstnil hy Dr.. Ireland, presi-'advised vessels off Kast Klovlda donl nf the Veterinarians' So- j coast and Nnrihcrn re-, _______ ___ clety anil i-oporlrd to b.-ahsnlniply JRious and all (vermilions should j FARM A P CMT c nf any (races of the disease.! liken KaM Klnrhla coast from' HUtlM I 1'r. Ireland always lends his 1'alin tteach norihward in' PAIII8. Sept. 25.-Henrv Sandor diod at his home iisliol wounds, a coroner's yer Kt Slitl' W'V injured in a runaway Sat- hJK ,f and early Monday had been a lc ckH liulie side irmtilp. Ills improve baula 'rmn :''ai" 1hc the principal family was preparing to lake him nncc will reach hurrh-ann intensity', I Depot While 'lo a dor.lnr when they heard  ll expense will he cssary lo make coast. The reports came' llOSKSIIKIUi. Sept. i from ships. i was Marteil Monday on 'Highway .1. A vcrilabh' ravakade of anloinu- ilinniKh Itosenl.-crg. contract as (hou-1 Includes Kradins and hard surfac- of ibis county Mcd'rcw served terms in the peni-lhc-idqinvrters at San Antonio, from -tcutiarv fnini nrownsvillciiiul tor sale its endowment 'Iiurs for burglary ;iuil jboiid; ami stock of the (Ircal [crkan t.lfe Insurance Coniiwny. jThc pfiitlon further seeks a fnr- jfeltnre of the conwration's chartc.f. Judge .1. Sloorc of the Nlu.-- ty-Kigluh nUtrlcl. Court mortified, his order In the suit filed last week Owens, constituting the rear of the Kiflcs, relumed from passod (hronKh" here rctary of state and her employes So as lo permit the I'ilins of 11m new suit by the state. The cov- n ronte to U Tll had unnsnnlly quiol. Advo, ate ,if Oitohcr lUiiwigh the city en route PKRSOXAIjj. Frank Alosijo came from j Continued 'oiTpase ton on VScdncsday. They report of persons sought In escape j Ing the highway, and diushiK and it'Oratlon's suit attempted to ore- of cmirteons from'the potential storm area be (paving o.' the double nmlerp.i.s-i just vent the secretary of state from I-H- passed !tore Ihc linrricjiiio striki i Tlie .exact course nf the of the city, wlwre N'o. 3 and limri-' S6 cross the Southern rAcltlv. fur Tort i cane not been ascertained but; tracks. This work will take only a in inltn-i slmri time to complete if the is favorable. forcing the Blue Sky law against it Ihe thtoiv ilial it did not iv a uorinit iimler the UUle sky law' for the sale of its bdud.i and ck."   

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