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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 27, 1929, Victoria, Texas Fitted R, JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometriit Phone 253 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUfi Easy 9, H, French, Publiiher, Phone 169 Timely Topics THE mills of tlod jjHncI slowly, yet they prluil ox- K.huilll-r-Von J.ogivi. THE ADVOCATE Is always slid ,'colvfi news Items froiii o who jcad It. It !ieu> Item I? not published, SSu't bton up ?Koi one >ou mlKbt b.ive sign your Mine, or pel. too to send lit tlie newa, iiiijj Jijue been 'piluted In (.'urllci which sou did not boai a liuly exclaim, but niv w'us last 'week sent 11 In on time, Jav.d jUioihcr" account of tho wed- JillniJ printed that IKIS not good mine" Now, listen there' gl.adles" problems' UijK.ty, here's'tlm aiibuci Very often ft new "paper gels two Kcomiis of (iiicli Important things weddlnss We have gotten, on Dunilou, .m account of n wedding from the brltle. tho groom's mothci, Lthe hildeimnld and one friend We couldn't print 'cm all And, when Ihc best account came In, we li.nl put another into tipe So, alsou, .the mjblcrv Is HE, ''DO you cure for. dnnclngt" Slit-, "No" Ho, "Win She, merely 'hugging set to He, "Well, wlmt is tin-re .ibonl jth.it (Oil don't She, "The music IT'S STRANGE tint ,rs nho "tml.v and learn bj evpen ncc hott to handle to )a" Llie best nilraninRe me w Ignor gvit when it comes to handling [their own hois _____ future of the whole world depends target u poll "the ahed mid we Flbcrl ,s.....- when he "lie p.ilicnt with-tlie bov? .ire dealing v, fth soul stuff DOS tm> jiifct around the corner ool'.c into men, and men sometimes change bound of, states They make political pirtics. they crown Kings, and put them to fllsht Tliej biing ion- tentlou or tlici m.ike pe.ice The> m.lj build or they dcstnn "Uul Imjs misused, abused he ncvci forget and seldom 'It is a terrible thing to FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWKSf IN VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 41 PRESTON R. AUSTIN MURDERED MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING STEVENS DIES IN HOSPITAL i n i Storm Grows Worse and Course Not Determined SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Sept 27 Ouajarilo. cljjigcd nllli minder In connection with the sld> Ing of Ui} Agent Cluirte Slciens, H jle.td here todaj as the icsnlt of deceived when and two oll'er piobibilion offkeis Here ambushed on the t'leiiHantiin road six miles from this c-ily Guaj.udu was uudei Kii.ud at llie .hospital at the time of his death a oil was tiot allowed to talk to anyone but officers. He main- tallied.lo.tho last that lie and his wife, .'Louisa, also charged murder, were merely with Hi that fired oil. the officers on an In to join them In ,i pr.icli cal Joke. lie Iwtd (lie officers he (lifting i truck lo San An tonlo when the men asked him lo slop and take a gun to aid them in pulling a fake holdup on a fiieuil As Guajardo became weaker'and death app.n entls cers, kept close beside FRENCH ACE ON MYSTERY FLIGHT i Off SLE Traveled 150 Miles Since Wednesday, Weather I Bureau Says. EASES the hope of netting last minute Cutting tastmlnulc mi he stuck to bis, Believed Now Tropical Hur- eml Mrs ricane Will Miss .Altogether. was not at her liusbind s bedside when he died She still tin aitim; for a incliiinii n; hear ing Their two small children and a niece arc- in (be caie of (he Child Weltaie and Humane Society coiiiiectlbii -with the shontliiR of Capt Stevens. Is still nt large He is believed to buve been wounded In the battle. WASIHX'GTO.V, Sept The tiopKj.il; Mora which. Hernia sc ire sis a short distance south or southwest, "f-% of_AudrQs -IslamUot tbo Haliam.tc-, murder In the Uurcwi reported The slornS ha? trnielcd 150 miles since Wcdnesditj and is believed tc. have increased.In course luis (lot beoii uctennlneil. Since hurricaiiea travel lu STEVENS VETERAN OFFICER. AXTON10, Sept 27-Dont.i llleJ often remain of Capt. Charles Stevens, prohibi- _ plant the germs of suspicion liMc in the Ditod of a child. iul Rtatfouary forjiours. tion officer who was ambushed lr boolk-Bgcr suspects eight miles south-of the city -Wednesday inorii- lug. removes a peace officer CT.'the type, which legends of dar mg haie grown Like in m> ot mg force'ou" tlie'rionda MIAMI FEELS SAFE. Sept hours of atiiletv that ilia iiopical hurricane fiom Ihc West Indies would ci.istl with desastdt- coasl, the tension throughout the soluheasterii part ,'of the state "Tlie hope of the rave lies with the .boys. Tn a year or two we will be uomg to hc.ii them preach from puljitu, we ma> go to tliemj lo torron inotut, ma> oper- ule on us for they, may preach our fiiner.il -t inons can prophets the success to which a boy will attain, t trial, hanlshlp, these are things that .evolve boys .into men. J.oys can be led. Tbcy cannot he driven lie patient with the bojs Yoii arc denllnj with soul-stuff. I Iteslliiy awalls around the corner. them, Captain Stevens was credit- ed with havm? IJIIcil iniin ..._ MU during the paM K vcars It H (od.ij the'lieTs'ttiai tiiestoim known that he shot only two. both had veered and 'now might' miss (luring the course of prohibition Florida altogether, raids. At the time of liis dcftth. The hinricaiie bus w.is under Indictment for shoot southward and .mil is slow in; Tom Ch.iiullei', 13. on .1 farm ly, apparently headed buck to Hie near: I'oleol In At.-iscos.i County liahanias. from came, the night of August 2. Tbc lildicl- nieiU received national attention, Hit Stevens was exonerated by his -superiors in the prohibition en- fc.rcemeut office Stevens httl pitted his wils and I HIGH WINDS AT. HAVANA. j HAVANA, Sent. High winds which pounded Ihu surf jngaiiLst the Havana seaii-all was 'the only sign today of the tropical sl-lll as a storm which been .clduin lllc Indie, for ging In he's so ronuintic. When lie ;vldresses me he always calls me Tair of habit, my dear, lie must be a Ims ChlcnBO TrHinne, toi ,llc 41. yeavs, slartlng as a jailer under j for was his oilier, K. A. Stevens, who 'that the luirrlcane might strike tor many years was sheriff of Hex-1 Cuba In aim's fury, ineteoroloslsts ar County. The elder Stevens was expressed the opinion M'al' Havana killed in a battle with Mexican out- '_ was In no danger. laws near San Antonio in ISS5. Thp son became a .Tnnstivble FLOODS IN GEORGIA. ATLANTA. S'epi. VVISE MEN, In spite of were boys. j v.-iieu he was sj ;iml served six I years. Then he became deputy' spread throughout j sheriff late John Tobln, I 'long a political power in k'fl ftml the THE ADVERTISEMENTS in this paper have all.hocn written by mcrchtints who want to set to lhe people of this community the news of their sioro and tbe merits of) their inerchsiidisn. K.vh oin presents in a form (bin be rc.id in a feiv minutes. In- formation that it would require stcvcus hour.-; of chopping (o gain. ICaclt jlnln of jxttice In San Antonio ;vul -nienhaul has set fcnh dearly lhe I hi 1S2I hr bcsaii a term as super; o.ffcrinsp of his slim, for of Tiiilcil Stales custom offl. IJi an for sheriff, bill was defeated .by I.fmlscy. Then Tobln r.vi iisaln. was elected, and again Slev- ens his chief deputy. In 1916 Rtevvm beiainp a Texas ranger captain, hiw! of Company (age is cstlmateil at a million IS. and palrolliMl the Grande lar.s or more, from nrowiisvllle to Ki j Other streams are expected In for n while wns a cap- J leave ihclr banks today. Ocorgla lias been ileluscd with in cessant rains for tlie past five ,_....... Hundreds of residents have ever, of ibe Victoria Division, been forced lo leave their homes for higher ground. Tlie crop dam- IJiis They dais abut; Hit- border. In 1522 Stevens entered tin- prohibition CUERO MAN EXPIRES SITTING IN GAR Head the advertisements. are full of Information M la what Isrnh-r and with tiic csrcption of a
Ic robbed 6f everything he had. Mr Austin is annived b} _hl5 wife, .Mrs stun Tr.ulor Anstln, two daughters Jlra Sterling linrko of Sail Aiilonio and Mrs. Carl of Itosnell, N M bis mother, 1! I! Austin c-f Doiin.i, :wo orolh ers, H C Austin at Sau Antoiifo jiid 11 H Xuslin of five sisters, Mrs. H. RedfieldVot U.ilhs Sirs Sjm A I'liocnix, Mrs- I: K l.os Angeles, Mrs. Pat Me-sicu Cit) .mil Mrs u of Donnu. Air. Aliatln a direct desceifd- anl of Stephen F. Aiistfn, fatliei of Texas. A.; M. McPuddin nnd f M. Pickering, close friends who us-, nally accompanied him lei Artiin- sas, will leave tonifiht .for Hoi Springs to escort the. body borne. Its arrival is not expected before Monday afternoon.' Mo funeral arrangements baio IHUH made. delay is charged to it. J. M. Browiisou I'aster service. did a very pretty The gariluer, it Messrs. Dinilap and Dnpree are j seems, has been very Industrious oiiig to Rockporl Siiliirday to and efflclc-nt in his duties and as mcot the legislative esc.urslou and to present a special bill to authorize Victoria Comity to issue bonds, tho evidence of appreciation. Mrs. raontliis abroad tile I.lner gai-ia. A veritable triumphal pnici. has bee tor the depart- ure of the minUlcr frum his rosl- by llercn-; puiy. shefilf Klchard A. Uosan. arc dial-got) with disturbing (he ttron-nfon .sent hliji bright andjddico to llie elation, early on Easter Snu.lny moriilng Ihttrcsl and finking fuinl of which jslft of The Advocate of not csrccd the present TatejAi.ril I. ISOI. o' l.> rents on the himilred do1-! lars rftid tax, to be used by 11 III! 111 Commissioners' Court In general i AW All roail.Improvement. Is In1 bo siibmiltcd to a volu-'of the tax-! payers of the romily. Iwo-lhirds of i which shall he necessary to carry. The machinery for Mr. Malr's BY EARTHOUAKE [WOMAN FALLS INTO WELL 60 FT. DEEP; LOST SEVERAL TEETH peace. BANKER PLEADS NOT GOILTY TO USE OF MAILS TO stt.im l.iuinlry arrived Tuesday, last. Tbo Spring Creek new graveled load is imw a popular drive- hnn ev6ry pleasant cvoiing many hand- aso HO.VOI.l-l.U. Sept. severe earthquake rocked lhe Kona Dlftrlcl of li.in-ali olid tlie western portion of (he islands today. i, !kt IIASTUOI', Sepl. 27.-A Mcslcan worinin, Frances Rarona. SO. lust several teeth and suffered nils and Imii.si-s when she fell into ;i fmit
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