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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Victoria, Texas DR. JACK KAHN Exclutive Oplometriil 609-10 Welder Bldg. Phone 233 .AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Termi Phone 160 H. Publiiher. VOLUMfe32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COtJNTV, SEfcONO, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. SuWriplton! ?8.00 Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 4, 1920. NUMBER 72 AND NOW let naught In memory llvi Ilul that we meet and tlnu wi! love. CKABI1K. COUNTY TAX VALUES NOVEMBER has hid fewer cooJ woriH spoken for H than perhaps ,in> other month 1'cihaps it is litiiuy In tcmpenlc nylons, morn IbVi nn other month It Is the season of death. Autumn seems over and winter has not liesun. there" Is no snow to hide the bar- rrnne a of hills and valleys, j Shrill, Riistj wimH whirl about dud loncs nhlih lute, lost llio lint of their lovely -lUtuuinai color. Tlif who always if med tiling pU luresmielv, called (hi 'wind mouth" or blopd tht HUci probably Income of Ihe klllins of animals for llic. viinto suppl> ol meats. Vet "tils 'month is by no jneans Klth'outMts-altrnctions and many of out dooi life finds nfyatlial of Indian sum- inn the i iXellRlilful of the year. Is quoted iU iiav- in; --ild thil Ltd is Ihe' mos'. dnifiiroUh phu one lOUld possibly hi sinci slatl tics showed that more people died In.bed tliAu any pi ue else 1 X X W W XX W EDITH? BIG Frill jSenator Says He Saw Congressmen Drunk in House OF S. A. x HOW MUCH one accomplishes o'l hU iltitmlt toward the joh be is lioiiij? The lelhiw who MI pi IhU) Mi job with i zest anJ j lirp nn accomplish times .1-, ninth, is Hi" mm who dallies dreams through Ins work or who putteis IHleisIs nithoiit any apparent purpose. The Oath anniversary edition is- sued a few days ago by the San Antonio Kiprcss. was one of ihoj I newspaper .editions ever'; printed. cqutalnlnR 220 pases. It was illustrations anil! reading matter lelliiiK of the w'on-j derfnl.Krowth aud development of j Texas, especially this section of Ihe slfule, and'doullless will cause iniiny newcomers to setllo in this Ki'qat, commonwealth.. Tbe adver- tising patronage was treinendoua and represented 'every business! ftrni of an coiisenuence. in San Antonio and vicinity and also concerns in distant sections. erous space was allotted to. Vie-1 torla and Victorja.County. every city, and county of Soiilh and Southwest. Texas were given splen- did representation. The Kxpress has long huen a fav- pfitc s.atc paper iu Victoria, not Justice Who Martied Couple State Witnesi especially among the cattlemen owiucf to the ninny live stock items A DETROIT man kflU- losing all ;t Carried. The Kxpress .was founded iu his 111 a Uclroil' Kaiiiblinfi joint took poison, his hsl word be- 'Vij Cod Ukc c.ire of my fitnlh The Lord has probably dolns this all lions .KllhbuL much .iss! Ibo house ite from the head of GRAVELED ns are Ili'o little slrl. they thcj ire -vtrj xood like arc and ue bad are horrid. .RAMASAY AND Hoover have worked .liard for world peace, but Ihelr work mil bo n mere "scmp of uipr-r wln.n tin comes.' lave every reason to tie proud of] a fine paper, and The Advo- tnte. joins a' multitude of friends ind well :Wishers iu extending its iieartiest congratulations to KYank Huntress..president of the publish- company, A. Grant, tbe manuring editor, and all their co- rker.s resiionsible for the growth ami greatness of-tlie Kxpress. Made in Bincjham from Lobby Charae. Coimly Assessor's Rolls-Ap- proved by Comnlisslon- ers' Court. IS II IT Bank Clerk Says He Heard Walton's Phone ;Talk Morning of Killing. IDENTIFIED HIMSELF account of its excellence in nil de-j _ pariments and also because of tlie' iiupaSSiOnCd fact that in'lite early days it was I one of the fu'.v dally newspapers that circulatedghere, helnK popular! WASHINGTON. Nov. In nn forestall an official from Senate, Senator So Clerk Said But Hamilton Testified He Didn't Know Called Him. OFFICER'COMPLIMENTED State, .Countv, City and Schogl Tax Rates Total' S3.74 on The assessed lax of toriii County for 1929 an in crease ot neirly a h Jt a million dollars over those for Kith ab tlie total for this year and ?1UGS524 latt yW total, a gain of This wfe ty Tax Assfsor H A fjawreiwo submitted his rolls for tha itpprov- Iliraiii 1S64. or IS years after TTic impassiunei cute. and. it celoiiraled its 65lh.; oll floor of tlie Senate birthday by moving Into one of thn tuilay of hf.s employment of ;i paid most completely'equip, perl ncvyspaper plants in the counti-y. San Antonio, Texas and the South lobhyist to aid lirvvfltiuK llie tariff lllK'' Senator THJS GREAT country of ours prt idles ihrlbtnnitj ind practiced cMrvllun? eV-e, ind the pub li stinds for it bociuse the avcr- ire ins thi Idtw aa our i Intois right nnw The l.iK row now on in 'bur U. B. Senate is for iilglur taritt nnrt tariff of all kinds were.causes for most of oMv wars aild will bfl again'. The most crime of nilions Is hish tariff walls, but human beings, (aiisti of Iheir infernal, supreme s( Iflihnesi .iu obsessed with the ide.i tbal Ibey rob the other indefinitely and set away with It. MISS ASHWOfiTH, BORN IN DIED HERE SUNDAY rov -in judgment had ilohe niu-.tlii cal or dishonciT-.'ile. Members of liie. House of Hep rcsenlatives have transacted busi- ness on the I'twr While, drunk, Sen- atov Kredp.vlck H.
Wallun J dealli in Hamilton's law iotl'ii-j May t. llinkle, liiink clerk, les lilid he overheard Walton's lele plione convention wilh Hamiiloi on tlie inorniiiK the killius He said be heard Walton Identify him i self lo tiie attorney. Ilamillon fron jllic witness stand previously de t nl of the. Counly f. Court at i special meeting ot Ihf -I court held at Iwo o'clock this aft einoun. The court not onl> applOv ed of llio..' rolls but complimented liie asscssoi on. the neatness and disimiclr'with which, he had pre pared them The tax rate this jejr is onei -dollar, as compared with cdifi. lasl j ear An additional cents' Ipvle'i! for tho county rda I ouds voteiid in 1927 and seven cuts llie improvement ot thn Veaver, on diitv ilm niKht of the. Blared be illJu'l know the identi. irc'iit ihe was tho "f Ihe person who called him ove irs. lo discover llie fire. He 'ck-phomi shortly nefore il. irsi (I iu tho alarm'afler armisiiiK I ho amily. tlie iijiper .slory lu-lni; iblaze and Ilm bouse filled willi smoke at Ihe time. shooting. Konr sir'amneiils by dcfcnsi lorneys nnd four by llie prosed lion will be heard bcfeic Ihe The prominent part Deputy MBr- llf Sbal Weaver plavod In iire cl with the tire did not become known riamillou's fate. sliili; o Thu Advocate before now of the officer's dis-t position and we learned of it through iLiiulhor source. Mr. Weaver Is lo he compliment-1. ed on his alertness and efficiency'; in the pcrforniancn. of bis duties.'. Victoria and Victoria Counly al-i ways have been fortunate in the selection nf their pcaoe oficers and Mr. Weaver's action rotlecls Hie1 fine capabilities of all of them. I for the death penalty. i VICTORIA SENATOR WILL HELP WRITE COMMITTEE REPORT ourt hoiiR'c ivurt jail ciused tho in So fir 3li eents has 'beqn vied for the 1927. road bond-Issue, mounting to 000, of vliich was for rcfuiidiriff outstand- ig district roid bonds When nil lie bonds are issued and fund, 2c, ueucral fund, 25c: court .liouso buildhiR sjnkiug fund of 1S51, 1.5c; cumily brldga huildins siuklug !und of half a cent: roajlfiink- ing fund of 1H01, 2c; bridge struct- ural sinking fund half sjtccial jail fund, l.oc; funding warrants Cor i tick erudlcnliou, Oc; siiecial court hOtiSe and jail improvement fund, -7c; road Iwnds ol 1127 v The tJiy. rate for this year i.: 61 cents an-.l Ibo school rnnge from 10 tents in the McF-i'J. din common school district to one dollar in the Victoria Indopendenl The Victoria, city lax rate is }l.10, making the total taxej for the residents of this city J3.74 on the 100 .valuation. 1930 TEXAS AUTO PLATES RECEIVED BY COUNTY CLERK J. W. Stcvensim will go U'. Houslon Wednesday lo attend a of the. snti-fommittce Jhat will wrile the report (he Legisla- tive rrisoii lielocatins Committee. 1 Mr. Stevenson Is one of five on thu suh-connnUti'e. The fnl commit tec consists of IS mcnv hers 'if Ih'. Legislature. the pei'souncl of the Victoria attended: Misses l.illle Xol'le. Kmmtp Dr.nicl, .lessee Dupveo. Holla Levy. AR.IPS Milcliell. mie Daniel. M. Kenner. r.iullm: Clark. Kloroiii-e Clark. Ktlu-1 llrownson. Mamif Austin. Mary '.'to heitin toachinp here on the 7lii Thompson. All.o Mat- HIGH HATij "I'm proud to W that my brother began at the fool j Hie vicinity of the neiiriibcrlni; ami worked thv lop" Many ivpnvted tl.e ttr.nvn doti'l say. j lilrds flying loo 'llow did he do j A number of airplanes M 1'or' ;iiah Hnl: "Why lie-Ran as a OTonimr spollo.l ulm ami nun- he's a- mils (here. t Aj Tlie Sunday afternonn at four wiih burial in the o'liolic Cemetery, nisht llev. MonsiBmn' John Shi-ehan. insiKul by Si'biel. oftiilateil. if September. There will bo three classes, one r.t tho Ulsh Seiiool, cue at St. Tnlleco and line ai the Home School. Tuesday moriiini; the people in rnt I.iivaoa were, the witnosses of phciiomr'imu wliieli. Ihoufih nnllv tie Tburmoud ami Kmmlc JlfFad- ilin aud Messrs. Xovil Fleming, llo liert I'livrk. Jack Green. ,fim War- den. Ham Klomins. Kd FlemiiiR. l.ce FlomiiiK' and Simon From The Advwalo of Angusi 22. ISJil. The slate antoinnbilc uense supplies have been received here but the no.w licenses ;vre nol j to issued until January 1. Here.) toforc trouble has been csperlniu1-, ed in ohtalnina; ample supplies. Tht- new license plates are a hrislii yellow wilh dark Wua 1111111-i Tlie Victoria Cmmly I hers start wilh l.lJrt.SOl. vvhii-h ha.'j [been reserved for C'ouuly JudRe J.' J. Wiwillioti-o'.-< car. WEAfHERlEPORT tiiniglii. Fivi-7- !ns in the northwest purl ion and frost in the nor'lieast portion. I day .k POSSIBLE FROST IS FORECAST FOR TOMORROW MORN SIUULING WOMEN; ARE HURT IN AUTO CRASH ATJONIAlES CiONZAl.KS. Nov. sedan, or- cupicd by six youns women from overKiined on Highway 2'i. evcnins- severely Iniuriiu; The victims were brought Hnlmes Hospital (or In-ill- f Tlu- w llic colil mininunn lompc trt'os. h bu hero on ui Rnnilay n y was e season liei-n espe days re Ixaulifiil i Possibly a llpht frost iu exposed places Is predicted for this local- illy Tuesday morning hy the Weath- er Ilnroau. Colder wealU' fur lonislii. Friday lln-m. lo 11.' ineul. Avmanilii Smilli. teacher at l.uliuz. suffereil a scalp wound thai leunlred slitclies. Ksllitr Scli.iVel snfi'.'L'i-il a broken cnllarlwnc'. llie ulhcrs less .scvc.r" All have return ed hoinv. cAcept .Miss Smiih. The acciilent occinreil wlien lln atlompU'd I" pass annllier car-oil ihe hls'.way and slniek Iwi- gravel, wlicn Ihu car turned The women wore on lieio to witness the- fonilKtli helwe.e.n CJonzales ;md lAiHnt iove- i [Ranu1
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