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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 24, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                m Filled DiUACKKAHN Exclujivo'Optdmclrist 6W-10 Welder Bldg. Phono 233 VICTOR -AFTERNOON EDITION 3eo. H..'French, Publisher, VOLUME 32 Timely Topics 1 WOULD RATHER BE BIGHT rHAN PEOPLE WHO know uo heller may tiilk till they [ile.ise wlnu tliey arc nlciiKMl to call ''bcnk leaniliiK" but tin- work in.- ii'M done with ihc boys on the farms '.of lhe country, mid (he leadership of the I juml and-. agents, liave dime a lot In tha past decade, to bring r.buui an approi'lullim of the scion- tu everyday Iu fad, whal tioirie ticople fall lo imderstnml, even about school .IlKGiict! that onp iicfinires from stinly as lhe development brain into u thinking machine that mints. Tliiire we'Brown people In Victoria today, who have been through bul they have flopped loiis HBO ihelr (ruesl for linowieiJise ami their minds are us dcad'aif Hie dodo.. On lhe other blind there r.re educated veoplu who have never gojic', .-ilir'oiiffli: Jiljjli school. If unybody lias- 'iiiiy (rouble Figuring out tho thought Ix-hlml let them tell i us about (l' and we will write it w.t iu full. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, ___V1CTORJA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON.OCTOBER 24, FOft FURNITURE AND j GAS StOVES SEE HOLLAND' AMDUS Easy Terras Phone 159 Subicripb'on; Per Annum. NUMBER 64 KILL x FROM JACKASS BRAY P x x K K K TO BROUSSA! TALK S. P. Employes Hold. Regular Monthly Meeting Here VARIED LION PROGRAMS 5 K (Si IF YOU WANT to go' where Hieic are no parking troubles try riiinu. There art only can In (hi1 entire country. HEAVY MEALS of and latHL's   mechanical tiebl ;m such Ibal sometimes speak livinxjln the "imiclilne ase." It i.-. in; wonder Iheii that changes ha ye .come about In our mode living, in our pleasures, and in our rlk'larCes. Tills hii-roiifc iu consumption uf vegetables a radical chivigc -iii tin; American diel. In Prom the imitatuil brays of a ekiiss lo a on lires by Joe .cussurd, lhe Uons In weekly cothiK at noon had .111 ex- Ircnii'ly varied program thanks t'J J. C- FcUer and M. o. Kinion, mier eiJtertniinneiit-wetters' of the club. Her. J. Homer r'ruclunil of 1'ort ivtava, who looks mnre like a boxer or wrestler than a 1'resby- lertan preacher, imitated a jtow members of the organization by al! of freak omuls and noises. His almost jiarlntt imitation of Die bollcw of a calf, the cackle of a chicken, the sound of a triimnet and trombone and the whistlinj; of three decidedly different lunes at cue mid Ihc same lime were un- usually good. Several .selucMonH  WEATHERlEPORT Kast Texas--Omei'iitly fair. M.mowhjn ID south lioil. first iu the and in the nmtliwcM i'oriifin tmifKM and Krid.vy. UVsl TiAas- Kair -omv- ii, ih... jdulhcasl por. I'robatily lniiisln fair I'l'i.Uiv. HAS PRISON SITES AT AUSTIN IN VIEW AI'STIX. Oct. Slate IVistui  on of .'irs, .1. Mnrcuk of tinailiilnpc. is a iirucl iu tho Kcbreiu- r.- luslitulir Hand hero. Manak i.- ,s'hewins up well iu ytur'.i at the school. S.hroinrr InMiluv li.'is ihu inru- band of die schoiil's history. i a lotal r.f f, miisicfans. in- some ihe year's Kind member.- and much splendid new tnatarial. Dircdor Ki win Krnsi says this year's musk- 'lUaliou will bos ,nor dom- Tin: firs; ilnuii ;iiul tijrpj over ,11 .Schrelner i-i pra, ticlns lure now. Tliis unit iu: i iudcs eisht b'V.leis and -ix drnr.i- canal, work probably will In; i-e-j awl'He ami sn mado a leap to the ,i sunied on the Iriiadahipe Hirer, ISrouod. H was a snccc.ssfnl jump; t. which is an jnill.oriziffl scrtioti of 311ri t'lu worse for his' ,w Kdit' lliu ranal from iis mouth to Vic- experience. .Mr. Alotiso kept his lorla. Years aiso govoi nnient en- i M'licn (lie runaway's reuch giiiocrs vec'inimciMlcd the inslallu-' ct' J'r. Jou.Fftzgeratil's corner they (ion of locks ami iliims the .riv- turned and raceil down Class er after exleuiloil opera-! Street toward Hie river. The hack, lions had VaiUnt make 11 per- i wrenched and turned from side lo manfully iiaviKablc. sl'le. now broke a wheel and ihe tnngiip. scraped the grouail. Tlieii SlonuiiiiKits pliol tlir lluadaliliie n> Victoria prim- ,'itul tho Civil and also m mure.! .vcai-s. Since the river is i fcil by sprints at its source il 1st ri-Mvdeit as lhe miMl reliable wa- ter t'ourse in tho stale. ,a singlfitrce snapped and I hi: I gue. was splintered. of shnrp iwinls woimdijii; .1 lior.i  furlliei ase was Tli of June tsai. be- light at ilin cnrnci- of f'liiislilnilun .Sirwlj- is llu- rinhl Ihitls' iu the riKhi ptnci-. A few Mich lights nu Main street wenhl Iinvv a pleiisiin; A certain VOIIUK !our city received beautiful b.m- (rillll ii Items averse m i.i such iscnliincnliiliiy. y.iuiii; man Uiri'ir flowers inin ihc slice! Final: The inform ALSO IN FUEL USE Large Attendance Present for Service Club Meeting and Dance Tonight. Simlliorn nioiitlilj- I'adl'ic safely iof Italy was mado Imiv today. The cniwii prince, whose giiKement Ui lhv lielgian I'rjjisesn llarh' Jose rormally aiiiionnceil yesterday, was nltcwliiig .the cere- monic-s at lhe tomb of the unknown soldier n-lieii a inaii wildly brand- Ished.a revolver iilitl fired Hever.ii shots at the distitisuishi I hut- missed him.' Tlu1 monetary panic th; cd the solemn scene uccai meetint; to conservation meeting.s for ihe torla Olvision in, tho auditorinui 
                            

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