Advocate, October 2, 1929

Advocate

October 02, 1929

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Issue date: Wednesday, October 2, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 2, 1929, Victoria, Texas ERNEST KINGSWELL SMITH, EX-VICTORIAN AND NOTED MUSICIAN, DIES Eyes Filled DR. JACK KAHN Oplometriil 6W-10 .Welder Bldg. Phone 233 A VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEt HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 H. French, Publisher 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWtSf (N GENERAL. ViCTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 2, 19297 Timely Topics Subicripliont Per Annupi 45 HE PRAYETH best, who loveth j best All tilings both great and simill; l-'ci- tlie dear God who lovelh us, Ho made and lovc-th nil. TELEPHONE industry must always be a step ahead of oiir civilisation. Fulfilling the needs ol the present, It must be ready and lircunrctl to meet Ihe still 'greater demands of the future. In all phases of modern life, whether In closing n glKanllc bust ness deal, or In ordering u pound of meat from the butcher, the tele- phone, performs a necessary serv- ice, it bus heen u major factor in ivldinK 10 the comfort and pros- Parity of the nation, and In assist- lu'R our domestic and industrial do- ;THE; USE of electricity on tbe farm is cxniiudlni; rapidly. On uary 1, 192-1.'electric, service from liljjh iKiivcr Hues was iipplicd to 175.000 farms; on January 1, 1S27, MS.OOO. oud on January 1. i-Otl.OOO.'. It is estimated that ivl tbe ire electricity. Of Ibis number ahiiitt .have individual plants. The dc-v.idopmenl' of rural elec- trification in its infancy. There are about. farms in the United Stales. Electricity should be used ori all of them.- The fi.nnors, cojislitming one-fourth of Ihe-coimlry's population, use only ono fifty-second of the electrical energy consumed in the united .Stales. The average per capita consumption of electricity in the United Stales Is 5SO kilowatt-hours. The nvcrage -per capita consump- tion on'all farms is only More attention is being given to SHRINERS COMING HERE FOR FAI X 1 Victoria-Goliad Highway Contract Soon To Be LetjPfftl! All Suspects Released in Austin Murder t-uu.ium, n is estimated that be frk'ln'ated from sundown Friday to appeared emmtm-n, .oday as result of the adoption of the Carawny Kcsolniion A mission Ileiberi Akcrs. dtioc- live, had guru- on (u Xew Orleans all of ihis city, the taller suu-ceil- was alwmloiied wlit-n details iverc ing him as .lepiiiy marshal, and'pieced ami il was il.-cidcii throe sisters. Mrs. Krnst seller and the parties, bad UK with -Mrs. ('has, Kipp.vnonti of. this cltylibe crimi-. ami Mrs. Kd Meyer of Houston. K-ro tickets wii, be the lllvcaliRMtan. they have laScn posi- The Tllls of which Senator Xorris. Nebraska. In tlie line of march. sunset .Saturday. October I and I he loss of lickels tKat chairman, was tiuihoriicil to' imrlicin of the clly at four o'clock j Thursday afternoon with burial in j I.M v o.i.i mil n, ;uii nori 7.00 lo con- j i srccn f 'eiuclcrv. llcv with servUes nt T.-mpb- ll'Xal "if tickets' tlm inquiry. no strincs f A' Trinl'ly null-! B'vcn earlii-r. ;.iri) iU.livi. j.-ian Cbnrcl. nili conduct Ihr rites, j The services will be held Krl-, towns i lies. There is widespread cvcnluB at 7'SO o'clock and llavc Invited in Washinstoii lou.-iy 10 o'clock far Ihe commillce will go. I will conducted bv I. i been j The committee liself will deci.lv- ixa.Un- M I "le s'miw 1 ___ n tcn. of his moll.., in the t'astcrn j TO SEARCH SIBERIA FOB LOST Kilip Jfareih. well Sniown farmer of this county, diod at his home oo ihe KaRsdab' farm, nine milos south of tnc7, ut five "'clock tills morning of complica- Itfiis following an attack of'thu flu. Mr. Marcib was burn in County Nwi-nibcr 22. ISO.', but hud liviM in this comity many years. 'fie i.< survived by his wife. Mr.-'. Mareth; ono sou. riifton; one dangliter. Helen; hl's mother, Mrs. Mary Dybala of Inez: brothers. William, Frank and August of im-z, .lobn of Iville ami Joseph Slarrili e( .lim WEHTHErl REPORT I'ropaj-A-' Counly. and two sislcr.-. .Mrs. 1'r.ink Stnkiv Vorklowii and. Coiitiuued oa pago two) plans i lions were lining madi- today f jtheviiisli s..-arcti by land and air ot Mrs. Trcuty of Jim Well Miie in an effort (n I .find Ivjuv of (Mptain Dicmluniic Til.- funeral will It. fflvni th i l-.nsi and Tlnn sdav t'.iir. j fosu-s ami Miinii.i- Ki-llonii-. iiist I i-st 1'arily cloudy loniaht and ion ai; aiiciiipic.l v< cmd Invakins :distance I'lighi the tosi. idcnce tomorrow mormns ,t to brt with burial in the' 'Inez ;

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