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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyei Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Oplomctriit BOV-10 Welder Qlrtg. Phong 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Publi.her, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum E 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 14, 1929. NUMBER 55 Timely Topics counts Is .lilt: who makes himself toll as a for decency, ii force for elenn IK, for pcannt was nlry from Africa live Invlers III the 'early day: llopubllc. However. JiKi'icnl historical data (s that tho peanut Is a native mill Amerlcii and piob carried to Africa and Spall MACK'S WORLD BASEBALL CHAMPS Kl Victoria District Fair Big Financial Success Sis unlit of the early explorers re-j .frum the Western Hemls-' Is bclievi-d Virginia fanners culllvati.'d peanuts 'hi Ibis ry and Tlinmas Jefferson oned tills crop In one of his oks en' wjrlcuUnrc. ijlefore tin- Civil War peanuts Bro'.yn almost altogether In lens .ami small patches fur c use. The slory fays the pea- owes Its rise tn fame to the IlcKveen Hie Slates because It llieii Iliul Vanliee Mildlers tor- iK for fowl found the peanut were delighted with its dell- flavor. They were soon "'timid to bo palatable and nutri- tions. Ynnlie? soldiers are said lo jifivit carried peanuts lo their homes 'in Hie North sviil there Ihe nut he- xame immediately popular as an of food and ah Insistent dc- jjHaml; for peanuts' arose, Aii'tlie demand increased, Soiilb- Wins For Mack Came to Successful Close Saturday After Five Big Days and Nights. THOUSANDS ATTEND Houston and San Antonio Days Big Exposition. With large forces or men eieai ins; out the various exhibition hulls uriv.iually increased and cleaning Hie grounds, the last frfiheir auredKC and now the industry i tomniercial mi- 'A online to production reports, compiled by the United Stales De- partment of Agriculture, about 1.- KiKl.OMO acres were planted in 10-S. from'-' which pounds were gathered. The farm value of .in UI2S estimated at ijw.ouo. sfi Th'e "bulk'' of ''the 'domestic crop is produced in'six -slates, Georgia' IcnrliiiK with acres. Ala- haina next wflli then North Carolina with Florida with Te.xrvs with 1GS.OOO and Vir- glilUT-.jvit.il Peanuts are not jnsl used for confectionery or in tile shape of parched peanuts for circuses, bill lire used in various forms in the rtiel of American people today. The iimnuhicinring of. peanut, uil and portanl plniscy of the peanut in- Iraces of the sixth Atinnal Viclor la District Van: held hist week, ait fast disappearing. And today the officials of the Fair Association and the -citizen- ship "f Victoria in general sit hack mid marvel over the results accom- frreat sectional event i Unit besides boinK a financial sm cess '.was the. greatest .in, liisfou, both in the1 wily (it "amusements and J The general consensus of opinion I X X X K Principals in Washingtoii's Case Moody Gives Him Job Chairman of Railroad Commission. AUSTIN', tiovermir I'al M. Noft-of-Waco'lo- day was named by Governor Divu Mocdy as chairman of the Slat'. R-jilroad Commission to ftU the vacancy caused by the death last I'ridr.y of E. Gllmore. the appointment, tlie. fc'oyernor said, lie recently sowed on the meditation board President Hoover In Stands For Big Game I WASHINGTON, Oct. The lure of the national pastime as played by champions proved loo J strong for President Hoover and ins a result he and Mrs. Hoover and a small party of officials left for Philadelphia this morning to 'uew the fifth and possibly deciding LlStflff IE, 3 TO 1 Dexter Churchill who hns been held by the fessed to killnj the girl in a drunken frtnzy and Washington police in connection with the death by itrangling of Marjone O Donncll, .Washington society jirl, who'was found dead in a prominent Washing- :on, D C, hotel According to. police Dayton, con- the World Series. OVERCAST SKIES PREVAIL "Binn.' Millers (above) scorching] FQR WORLD SERIES GAME was that the varied program of it double in thi_ninth frame was j tvactions was without question the enough to 'win the World Series to- j j.mvailcil loda> best of any previous fair. 'llu, day for the Philadelphia Athletics, jfm. Kiimo World fact Houston Day and Sail Anlomojs to 2 Simmons was on when the temperature is around then when he realized th'e girl was dead kept vigil j beside the, body for a whole day. Chart shows the room' where the body was found after Dayton had :alled police. (International Newsreel) T-l S.U! Disgusted Customers Report Bootlegger Ivtis., Oct. Father of Child Kills Youny VVUK .Stenographer on Lone- e( ly Road. Day wen: ohserved in conuectiim with the exposllion this year is me of the outstanding features of lie iinnnal evenl. A iiiimljer of Ti'C allractUms served Ibeir pur- [lose of supplyini; enteitaiiimenl thviiushoul the entire ,ffve days and 1 -Despite the uruisnally short crop; this fall, the SIH-CCKS of Mm Inir! I will lie heralded 'as ii nuimrkalile U two-bagg.er came. The Mack's won the series four games to one, (he (JM decree mark., "Fair and slightly cooler" is official weather forecast for i afternoon. this IN THE .TALLOW days when inercliant lo ailveilise, he limited 'out :a jilcce of cardboard HHed beUveen Ihc layers nf crack- iirthe crhcker marked i oil it in- 'blue' chalk. keel's "Hlshcst prjio' paid for or trilc and message. lie then seltled bwl; to wait for bnsi- ness. tlm'l hu 'had! udver- K tisird his business lo Ihe public. Mill with (be passinn'oi .the lal- Ir.vv cniiillR dnys ciinie ii new sipc i -in inerchaiidistnL; a new system -o( ;X lluycrs lo know stime- vj, thiiiK more than Ibc.inerc. fact that kept overylhins" or that he J "pniil Hie highest -price for pro- 'i'hcy wanted to know wlial he .lhc nnnllty, Ihe price. Ihe ad- of (lie particular merch- "nmbor of olhcr (acts. accoinplishmeiil IhrniiKliont Konlh j Texas. The officials of Hie or-j sanizi.limi. are ItcIiiK complimented both at homo and abroad for the AP6 ISSUCU 101 raiib success which they made possible, j CllfJCr CSPS. .It's no secret the Seventh Animal j Viclorhi District Fair, In be staged More moinr vehicle Hconscs have seven-year-old child, liiday confess- ed to'what .nullce nf'Whciiloii.-lll., termed the "mos't brulal murder in bnpiiKe-Cuunly." The sheriff said I'ntslo'n confess- :Miss Agnes John- son, "25, stenographer, after hiriiJK the' vDiins wuman and her i HUSTOX. Mass. .Ocl. a roadhonse. Mien brnlal- MOre Than NlimbCrS; A course in a newjly cl BOY SCOUT COURSE IN BOSTON UNIVERSITY !l S. Prealon, married and father of a it didn't pay Theodore llailey v wlin is in the'county jail here manufacture find litnior. citslomers became sgiistcd' willi tbci poor grade of whiuhey he was selliiiK and -J .reported him to the attorney and beat her to ilvi'.lh iilvH in liisliur education will he of- onj ti.loiieiy road. i f evert this year at llriston Univer- sity's school of education, with -Ma- jjor .MoiitaHiio iissociale Ihe largest scale ever under- jssucd in Victoria Comity Ibis taken in Ihe fall of will any prdvious yew, ac-1 vide for unlerliiinmcttit thai never lo Andrew llickey, rcgis-' before has been eciniillcd 'in this section. sivlliiileii-I'owvll, as ill- The 's'lrl's liutly was cluhip of hiislies. tiiunil in a Says Former Secretary o( In- terior is "Faking'. Sickness." Bing" Miller's Dotihlo In Final Inning Wins Championship. TOUR GAMES TO ONE This Year's Series Probably Best Ever Played In Baseball History. Connie Mack, W-year.old manager of tne Philadelphia Athletics, sits on top of the today as: baseball's first tender to cop four World Series championships. And the last two of Ihis quartet tf titles were fourteen years apart. But this long stretch of years didn't bother .the world-famous Connie Mack, who' this after- noon before President Hoover and tens-of-thousands cf others watched his American League champs stage a spirited battle in the ninth Inning to emerge the victor, 3 to 2, m the'fifth encounter-of the serics'with the Chicago Cubs, National League title wlqners. It "Bing" Miller h double storing Al Simmons, had siiiBled before him, that won the World's Series. A home run by Hans, >Mlh Hlshop OIL habf., i knotted the score the early rhift general's 'office. -t- 'I- Oct., Kx-Seerelary of Interior Altierl 'II. Fall, who daily occupies an in- valid's chair in his dial for hriljery The Cubs were In the lead by Uvo runs wlicn this disaslronfl Elanzii rolled around. T b e previous iu coniieclion with the' Klk Hill's {game the nruins, lost, 10 to bV loll lease, was snhjccled to a scath-i jnsl sucil a rally as proved their nndoiiiK today, Tiie series was the inosl interest- and best played in iiuile u unm Plans Being Rushed For Passion Play OllKl.iAMMKIlOAU. Germany. Oct. TI" ofnclvcrtisins that e has.been cmlnwed by ia Iloslon tjiiiversily trustee Inter-1 trar. jcslcd in Iho furlheriiiK of clnirac-] The dead nnmhcrcd: is -I.7S1. ier education of the yonns. A j j Heretofore the amount of licenses i cslale "Sirniitland" has been offer-, tissued remained in the o.OOU's. cd bv Robert Hair, of Weslwood.! Four thr.usand one "hundred andjand will be used as u laburalory in i suvcnty-lvvo persons applied- lo experiment wilh KronpM for Iheir passenger of yumiB people. ELEPHANT FACES FIRING SQUAD FOR .KILLING WOMAN Victoria Junior .College Loses1 to Schrciner Institute, 5V loO. 'I'lu: Junitir Mif- fi-iiul a suvcrc sulluick Sulttrrlay iiiflunniuir In Korrvlllu, tin; ilcfciilcil 'Ilium liy HH: uvunvlicliii- itij; of 51 to However, llu: riiial cnmil.wiis nnirli belU-r limn Uuwc Unit ru'unlUnl fruin fitrnv I tux In 'ilie fjuiiatt! unlay liy Kc'iisUor Hoiliii of Aluhaitut. AFIoi1 rlcHcribink Full ii I In1: Seimtors "pulled the vein itff the licit nf Ilrflln Tall itiiw in to ex- liyiiipitUiy of (hui jury. her "f Khmke ami Uurletl for tiiu Allilelk-s. Miilouu crc'JU- with tliu Ions OIL DRfBERY CASE TO BE PROSECUTED TO END WASIIINCTOX, Ui-l. I'sli'miK ilcvolniit'tl tn- i BRONTE CLUB THANKS Alt WHO TOOK PART FAIR PAGEANTS Truck licenses Riven out numbered like a beehive than anylhini; j service cars received Unrnrnnnrl Doctor "ammOIKl else jnsl now. The opening day of were Ihe year Hi50 is less than i ear off. and much remains still to ,ivjvers called killed a woman Five motorcycle Saved Many Pennies I former for licenses. The! P'ere Knlay. II.VY CITV. Ocl. H.-'lllacit linniid, second largest elephant of [thg'AI Itiirncs circus, which ran {amuck Saturday al Corslcana and injured his lie executed er of sion wilh the defendant, former Secreliiry Hin Inturiur Albeit 11. Full, physically absent from cuuri. The ex caliiio-t ofhccr, snf fcrint; with lironchial appriired in court (''liiluy ami Sat- Kalm: wa.s tin.- fact llm! Ihey lost iy lhl, Iheir star i-i-nler. Wilson, Kdmi probably for he he done. 'number of trader operators apply- The mil dress rehearsal is to j jllg fur was three. An even Like place on May C, tbe fin- j lwl, trailer al rehearsal on May S. Tbe plays on Mny if end on Sen-j js tha ahurl HAMMOND, hid., Ocl. -Dr. Kobcrl II. Cillis of Hammond i lo a waiting world Ilia! ".'OIKM kept evorylhinf" would no f, loiiKer mi-el Ihe rcriiHrenients. 11 fr would not attract attention, create f; desire, interest or- sell soods. In >vns "o wise ini- pressed by Ihe fad that Jones kept ''vcrylhins. Thry luvl forKOlcn who -.loiies was. hc neiv condition, came Circus officials received orders st nishl from John ftinslins, own- niBbliis the owner of perhaps Ihe mosticr 'show, to kill Hie (valuable collection of omi-cenl iKichyder'n when the circus reaches lidn'l, pieces in this country. jhere. Who the executioners ember 2S. .Altogether, there wU11 effect on the. molorinK lleKiniiir.K willi me first copper! be. inuld nut bo learned here, but :ir. abiinl GO pCTformances. As Iliu Tassion public.- minted by the United Stales I'iay was first irforincd in the :ay was nisi iii i.n. I GRAF ZEPPELIN LAUNCHED !in I the first money incidentally, was oined by the coun- P.tack Diamond Is to face a firing squail as a result of his spree Sat- urday. of the historic event in ISiJI. In, however, it deciiled lo j [icrform the play in intervals of ten years counting from that year. the collection iiiclmlcs every, Kva 52. type of penny priidnccd by thcjena waa whci, depljaiit of (lie .season. The Kiid warrior re- ceived a broken bone In his ankle I slimtly after'Ihe opeiilni; ivhistl'-. I'dna at this time. The score at the end the first] half was IS to against tbe 1'i-j rales. Ilnt-ihe following two per inils Ihe Mounlaiii men made a riol of Hie fray, snirini; almost at will. Dahnii. Kvans and Stokes also were injured in the Kcrrvilh- xamc. i learned that ;L mislL'ial CIVIL WAR EMINENT hreasnry department cxcepi llp dcm.iinl for the new lyjie of The it .mid in clear, concise, specific "lu annivcrsarv tbal is 1710. etc., so that lit will be necessary lo interrupt Ihc islisli wh.it .tones, bad lo sell, ,-what ils fjuod iioinls were and what Ji' sold for. t This I? the only lype nf ailvcr- SJiscmcm tint is worth is the only kind Ilia! will sell those days and people will a thousand sijins printed nn [iVastebnard from cracker boxes to wilh a live merchant who fknmvs how to merchandise mid elcbr.iticn Jewish Businesses Close For Holiday adopted llcwly 30 feet and Injured. by Congress, the beins 1-100 of CAUDlS'llTOX. VSiglaml. (Jet. dollar." Dr. (Jillis said. Mil FORTY-ONE PLANES OFF IN AIR I.OXDON. Oct.- I1.-IINSI--A dis- nVIrons civil wav is :H in t'liina. rlisivitclu's fvmn IVkim; and JHliaiiKlni received licrn today in- jdlcittcd. Already harassed I In- spectve Ihe ineilinm of The Ad; vocHlc Ihe Unintu Club .'wishes- lo exk'iul Hianks lo all who In way whatsoever helped make Hie llrand faseant and .Kfghl'Clitb of the Victoria District Kalr the success that they were, j 1'roceeds oC both'the events will towards lieliiim; bliild-np Ihe Public Library. In this jway the Ilionte Club i.in >n .1 Mneasure repay Hie debt of srnli- tudu due the many pai'ticipanls and promoted by Hie Ilrolite Club always are feature al tractions of the .Victoria District Fair. i troubles with Russia uu the Man- I Half-cent pieces of yore also are j Bt corsicana. in filAI S H. Prickett, 3S. also of Kerens. TODAY IN LNuLANUi "Tllc' word, 'ccnl was proposed elephant's trainer, was lUUnl 111 1.1 and I pears tn lir on ilic verse of totter- ATI'.AXTA. Ocl. ils Hu- n.rnsls of relielli.nts ly-cne phines of the Nineteen Kneminchnm ceiierals. combined ilrod XatioiiiO Air Tour hopped off j with Genera! February, H'2C. escaped from Ihe i from randier Field today for Mnr- Uome slriumer. I Accordlni; to the advance men of j 'the lllack Diamond was In-; of carryiiiR wils firsl snvcrai in a circus passengers with a degree of luxury mlnivd by Ihe Untied tiu. (j s[ Hf hitherto niMlreamed of In air Mnrcb I. ISTS. The first' o; niiy kind. Ihe sreat new llrilish weighed IIS grams (about POPULAR VICTORIA; BANK TELLER ILL WITH PNEUMONIA of our present half-dollar _____ dirigible ll-lill was launched AH business establish-1 ils lirst lest fllKhl here today. inputs in the city were to-in Knsland's answer to the day in obsorvancc of Vom Kippur. i lenRe thrown by (Scrmany in build- pieces. Day of j ins Ihe now .famous globe-trotter. "Few pennies Sen-lies were held at y.epiH-lin. arc now in ciirillation. I! Israel both this morninc ami The new ship has a cruising ra- cent coins an- those of dins of miles. 1S04 and 1SSS." Tlierc have been in dcsiv-n of the nldcr than The ten cent ciuus la South Texas anil was Tenu. hunted for 11 before being' l.'ntil three years ago Prickelt was a keeper of elephants in tho i clinic, hni tor Ihe last year had ibcen cmployt-d on tbe farm of .Mrs.. al Keren? H was said. WEATHER REPORT Adherents nf Ctnicv.il Kens Yn Kncraim limn, leader known Sis Hie t'hrisllaa'pi'iK-ral. and Gen- eral Ycji lisi are ruiwrleil I" be dclerniimMl to overllirovv the Na- The condition of William Oster, Krli Kwel. bo.'.clficlenl teller of the Victoria Na- .tiimal Patik. who h snfferiiiK with pneumonia at bis liomn at Kasl Xorlh Street, allowed ;x slisht imvirovenieat today, his many friends will be glad to K-arn. The .voting man lontraclcil the Kast--Partly cloudy. West fair tonishl Tuosday. lionalisis and -siablish a separate disease while workiiiR the tair ami Northern rcw.blic, wilh IVkins iisUionmls the oiier.inc; day of the his capital. event.   

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