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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 21, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                GERMAN PLANE MAKES PASSENGERS Eyes Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometrist Welder Bldg. Phons 233 .AFTERNOON EDITION.- FOR FURNITURE AND t GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUfi Terms Phone 159 3eo, H. French', Publisher. VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSP IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum ViCTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 21, 1929. NMBER 61 Timely Topics IT IS NOT huw m'c-at a Hilnss wi- ilo, bin him' well we do him- to BIG FORD P Ill the noble brotherhood' of art- THE GREAT problem In this universe; is lo net people lo ilil'ik rir.lil. WHEN THE filrmL'rs for a little help from llie government, the uthc'i fullmvs ask four limes as nn.cli. 'flini there is a 1'inlit to keep UK; other fellow from H'-tllns that time tin! farmer is satisfied ii he kw.y from Bellini; v.-ur.so. Annual Boy Scout Meeting at Cuero November Boysof 15 a A FRUIT GROWER friend i Carries Greatest Number of; shinned out of J23.WW while on ,1 j pcfSORS EVCP Takdl MMI in CiUia.la. WlKit Alflft AirplailC. in U bow a fruit grower could _______ eier c.ninmnd the of 1 ALTOGETHER EXE'CMMS Fhomas Edisoii Honored at Baliquet Ship Constructed for. Service Between Germany and South America. A MERCHANT will! fit miles a thai the merciia dUcr of Kxlay wails until mun Is hungry before he tries to sell him crackers and cheese never Mils anything. His more date computitur has anticipated, s( ltcrsHm- m.r tin- aslonier's need and lias tempt-, jn ft :lir e.l him with a dcsmplion of Ihu Ummn fly-! dierse. he has In soil, lie has told ish him how iffiuil it is, Us ilesivalilc BC1.S rillli sl.tl! its parity and nutritive ride here today. values and created 111 tlio mind t.f fm OFFICERS F Q R 1930 the ImvCT a deslrt- for his amh.t. mini- liniml of cheese. 'ceimany ami South America, ro- Committee in Session Yoakum Outlines Plans for Next Year. Selliiii; mid mercliaildisins today i nmined alofl one hour. The pas- has to jnst lllis Tlu1', aeiiKurs were jubilant al llie -sue- Nominatinrj Committee: Will: Recommend Them at Annual Meeting. i Icrul merchant I'.-'no will not see iijcess coiiv'Mifence   -lands here. necoriliiiK In I'harlrs Ihinlin. who arrived in the c-ily.'lu- Mlay to comiilete. nri-anseme.nls for SHOT AT ANOTHER CHILD 1 the lamllng at tla pi.nc >m.ll er ship, cairyms an auxiliary motor (Ralph and Ernest Brothers, Blamed for Slay- ing of Joe Stierlin. Cornered Victim in House; and Say They Fired to Scare Him. ----i here for tlie iliv Vnuonnieinem ot llie lleld Acuocmc nevil Joe. La accotn- i AMA1U1.I.O. Tex.. Oct. and -Krm-sl Kills. 15 and y ]imlp trn IS years old. may face duirito of 0, flLt pnllme die UKlay us rosnlt of Hio atlu 300 UU fatal shbotiiij! of Joe- Slicrlin. 1 1. ,lu (U.ui ,s tv liinl his business slipping away mull it is confined (.o a few staples DALLAS. Tex.. Oct. here today i wnf iiiul 2i> iiersons are retieiviiiK I real-1 mem for injuries sustained in a n .tor ,hc and matches of automobile, accnh-ms Dallas and vicinity over llie week-, On (his demands j Bvii- nn-llmds and live, lip- Mrs. t'llarles CnnldcT was killed CCil- siim lire Unilm-i Commiitee will make its aiiiuml report. The com- 'millee consists of Kd ralmei. Yna- Thomas A. Edison, Whose'first successful incandes-.quet cent lamp gave 16 candlepower of illumination, con-: will be present, trasts that attempt with the lamp achievement oi j over a nations' the clay, a 50.0CO lamp capable of candle- i Einstein, relayed from Berlin, Germany, will be power.. Edison will be the honor goest at .a ban-1 cluclrJ in the radio'reception. I International N'owsreeD was linns from the Victoria, and SAMl'I.INO COTTON. Into the bowels of the hale A murderous Vnifo he tlirn.-t. there pinoil the t'urmer He fell il. wus death or bust. As from Hit- wound Mini dags drew Its vitals in a pile. lie would come hack to The balance after while. r'roni Thi- Advocate of Aii IS. IS'Jl. las-flak Cliff viadu'ci in 1111 am mobile. Mrs. Julia Shanks ami O. K. died as the result of a sim- ilar accident when their machine plunged from the Trinity Hiver jlirldKi.- "il feet felrlw. ISPECIAL'. PROGRAM IS RENDERED AT T. P. A. Itccd. KiiRlc' f.ake: K. S., .-rl accoutitani. xpendiiitrea for the, year, will make known his findings. Dislricl officers for 1W> also will elected al the Clit-ro im-et- j injj. The new officers will be recninmemled by n nominating com- illitte..- coiisistina of Vrauk II. llriiin. Vicloria; .1. II. Klkins, You- kntn; Kvereit .loncs, Cuero; HI I'ampo, and K.'ll. 1'at- IMB1 PULiDflO CAUSES i who was almost instantly killed when a rifle ball passed through: bis hniin. T-resident Hoover and other'notables Kllis lul11 The program will b; hroarfcnsl Ktier- radio network. An address by Dr. cornered ill a vacant house, and fired upun liiiu" when he stuck his head trout n window. Another child is said lo have hi ,R rlu' l''ult- ls I' woll Knottii UlL en fired tipon hot Victoria News of Long Ago LOCAL DOTS. A iKiriy hunters tin for ooiupltil Hi'! y liie tions look place under the civi rafr should service refinhition.s and Jas. S. Pa Why delny I of sluod "9 ill nhsolllte safety sihte 1'HJ. Hurrah for the redemption County, of valuable lait-l is in i-itisiiiu thi-: The .liisel >'rs. M. WOULD WILL HEAR I LIGHT'S JOBILEE i PROGRAM u intor -fiul Distant The pounds and. lias ;i >vintr spread of Tl fitt ft is on xlnic'K'd rlilirtK tjf UKMl v. lit ncit-ouimOilaic It UL.CI riin pli'tnn Jiit.s llitve htTlJi.s, one uf JJicin sliili hero ftrtilKtbJy the fir.st tiiiu: an of its sjzc over htmltitl' on a locul field- Tlie visit of ihe Kuril machine ii.' s-! XKW YOISK. i-1 'j tiftwnrk tu I In; evi-r will IK- somhltd tt> tiibutf- It. .s .TltuilKis A. KUisi.....il Ull- Alt' ivtiunt'il oii'nIrcrKury of tiis invoulioii ol' lln- 'lirk-f rhU'is In the 10 Mi1. Tlwnlln. taken nji for surco riling HIKERS FORGE MAN TO QRIVE CAR TILL t 1Vsas Saturday evening al !i Victoria Country Club for ils in and several offil'iills of on? from rf Ihe ci Llioct artists. A ,e in the heaiitiful club hi preceded the evening's el I.AMKSA. Tex.is. lainmeiil. liiich-hikevs had urn mmh r n- rve and have probably lessened v.i stern Imspilalily to. their follnwini; the experience of mesa citi7.en. .1. K. was comp-'llecl by two men at the iinllil of a lo follow th-ir iiisiruction- and drive Ihi-iii aUnip tli-> hisiiw.iy. was f.ncvd in drive until his auto- mobile ran out of a miles lieyond Kloydada, win-re I He men hit him. Mc-ii'iidden had a peiferl nlihi In tell wife ciinirinilii: his all- the i SITES AT AUSTIN TO BE INSPECTED I on. 21.- -'wsh -Tiu- '.suh-ctmimiltw of thr Prison (lull! ratixal ion Commitloo. hi piVsi-iwEon Induy. (U-cifU-d tn miikr an tn- Divlsion of irip of tr.iels tif Innl .vpanixalton; llayton Haile. Jr.. of j.sftiuttrcl It; miles soiUliraM "f On.'of piiviy mistook a piilliUio or mini iie.ii mi for a tlitrk and ;uvny ill H nnlil he Imd onipitr'il ;t wluili- box of would liii; fowl wntilil dive and finally it finaii'd file Kiivfstco as dead I'rnud of ills1 pvnrured a and reoov- ef'tl MiiJj1 w.iri nut vvaslcd lii Old rini Knii now discuss it'W nni-'ovuis. from ttieir 1 AiitfjiHo. that of rLtteinliim oh-olric lamp- I-iiiisteiii >f C niair P.-otenlkm Hose i'oniiiany Xo. :i ban jusi lu-oii somcly and rf ruiiisv the fijrw.T uanrtrl u-Jiic-h in uf the in Ihe also lisolv nobby. Cot i'nnl Dial It boys, by all means. tlitfk bni In- luirl atuniunibtDii on ;ui un- rfosiin-loi s lo drop in. n st hi- Hoover. Hi-nry J-Vinl. II. Youtiff. Kdfstm and ilei eased, -will Ije hemd iliujnirlmut llu- a lo lln- at i y u'liu :i j ibe (Vmieli rnlvrrrily ilur- nasi two ycuiv. arrived i lu-vo lasr week nnd a vnniliou in onler to j. '.vliit-b an. affei-iet! KILLED BY PLANE; AFTER HOPING TO, MEET SUCH DEATH SIIIIEVKJ'OIIT. l.a.. Oct: am ever killed I lioi'P WEATHER REPORT V.iii- and K.uni-wh.il coMi-r I'-ni-hl lleeville. chairman nf the unsocia-j tin proposed lion's staid riunls conimittee, and .1. KoUowini: the inspeclinn llejre. i I. nixon nf Dallas, chairman of the sub cmninittee will proceed to I cnmniiltce. all snesls Temple, where anoilior proposed J of tlie post, made brief ad-'site wlil be viewed. j rtii-.SNi-M. The still coinnlittce will n-liini t" A Spanish ihiiue tealniini: Mnvy Austin Thursday to mak-! .Margaret llnlilcr ami .Mary Char- n ivcoimn.....lulhni to tin- main com- (lie I'irst event i on the pro.L'rmn. Miss Helen Uiw- rence n rose dance. She was fcllowerl by Miss Sue l-'alvy, wbc irmtcicd a ili-Hirhlfiil rcadinc.1 prosi-nm. .Mnry -Marcaret llahler, one of the Music for a danrc which follow- I'ily's most talented iirtists. the prr.Kiam of dancing, read- preM-iiii'd a tap dann-. A Scoltish IIILIS and sinsing was furnished by dunce, tlie (eatur- an i inllpo cd Mi.-s Marsal-i-l Cruwscv. Tin Sitlelli', .lames lovely voi.-e of Mrs. .lohn II. IM roi'l. An i-Namin.ilinn iind chaperon. >il by real cst.ltv of llie I'inl leveib-il liial liol a man. 'l'il.-y come flnm all dir.i single slml had .struck il. II finl- tions. even from far away i-'ngiund. i-nm and iif'ei: lo avoid b.-iiiL slioi is r-nlilied [n pities in Situ (c'onliaued nu 16-Passenger Ford Tri-motored Plane ______ H is by an (Icchtn-tl T. DMTIiOlT. Mii-li-. Orl. M. Cook, aivpUiii-: LULU liis luivly of rrivi-d al o'clock tlif.- nioniiu." Twn luuirs later his. liwly in 1 (lio of Ford ninrmn- burned hcyoud rrrMfr- Mtitnr almaul ;i tiilion as llie ivsuit of an uirpUtuo ;iu Imimrtnq; Tlionuis A. pilot Kiniivr lin aimivoi'Siiry nf also was Imvnnt (TiTdion of tin- mrntnlfr-rviu n, tlioir'iniiclunr wriU ;nui -A lalNpin al ;m nltilUiV: of t'ci't anil aflro .J1- shiu'k 'Was lieanl in two popular a- linmh.-r oil DRUG FIENDS FROM CALIFORNIA HOME WOMAN GETS DIVORCE SPREADING TERROR 9 YRS. AFTER DEGREE Sl'AKllA. ed of .Icss 11rtv.p D.iviilsun :nnl Aiislin Ford tri-motoi ed ah-pianc. The pkinc u.i An enircMion- 1 the -rm anituds feel iof carrying 10 casstngers, whicii tour of the United SUtos. A We'-incLJ.Ty afKrnoon. .Will pay a visit to Victoria Wednet-j pArachutc jumper will drop fro.n .'Walch for location. nuily in L'jilif.. On. -.M, riiizi'i! inmates of tiiir ivri7cd oruntiysuV '-1 a tn'i'aTi cnutl in iln''i- uuimli> of (Ui1 vim licrti vaitlitml. Tlh-y innl itnil v. !ln> I'oniLi law imividrs ti'-: 'tween issuaiu-o of ilu; liiial divorce di'riec. bill .Mr-. KMlt-ir ruunilis! In't." Ni'K' >vars afUT slu- v iii'rd Uu1 luti'VifH'iiiory decrct1 iri-ni Owilk Wlullvy on nf di- ion, slio applied for itnil   

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