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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 5, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                TO PLAY BIG ANTONIO EXPOSITION Fitted DR. JACK KAHN i Optometml Bltlp Phone 233 VICTORIA .AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Tcrmi Phone 159 Qeo. H. Publubcr FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWCSf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 6, 1929. NUMBER 73 Timely Topics ITRUST In rlKhi shall be right, Liirt olhcr than the -wrong, while He endures. -HKOWNIN'C SHORT TIME uo we pvlulcd Jlllllc. cdllorlil deprecating ibe nituerclal spirit. In college ith espechlh football en 3 E-vmo, hut icgret the ibus attend It bhortl> after editorial our viewpoint wav bj the re of an conduct bj Ihe r-auictjtt Foundation foi Advancement of leichlng Cf" Oici a period of three jears It f yJiookul luto tjn aUlvllics '25 tit tlie 800 col Six Institutions were, nun where the administration ot Ini ncen bcpt to the Interests ot (he under Ate ind the odncatwuil Pio on VICTORIA BOY SCOUT EXHIBITS! in City Council Accepts Bid for Sewer Extension x ;-V. Victoria Train KiiisAgec! Man in San Antonio Women's Home Demonstra- tion Clubs to Have Displays. C. OE C. TO PARTICIPATE   add According lo. sliilements made to mg tlrlll.d Hit Baud tn he general supcriiilciideiil's office of Hie railroad, Danbcrry walked lirectly into the path of the train, vbicli was approaching at the rate of about 20 miles an bum1, and was lit before the engine could be :lu lo a stop. The.-body was identified by the Tbe slayinQ of Tom Walton (insert at tower left) bad its echo in a courtroom at Weatherford, Tex., where former Judge R. H. Hamilton, (insert at lower right) is being tried for the slaying of young Walton after the latter had married Theresa Hamilton' the judge's daughter. Ihe {SSQ.iiet revenues of Ibo' caufp nuking and dcducliugMffiiu this 'amount the 51.200 raised, by the citizens for Hie'support of tin sctnit work. Tile purchase, of the iustruuieiiti. ifur HIR band, costing uii- meiuiiiuu ,iununicu ii) public spirited Me victim's half-brother, C. Higgins Tlli. membi..rH Imye nov.' Antonio, who was called Of( of Ibh debt with Im- police. Paiihcrry also is suv-jfur momiv hope lo vived by ;i sister. Mrs. u infilling at i rnmmive Ktowe of Han Antonio, and a brolh-1 Saturday er, ons Danberry ot Tacoma, Wash, j Mlt. wm -be the Ths train was in charge of Con- ct organized iluctor .1. T. Harrison and Knsincer SlolU "Aniiiliri lomposed or tin- mothers of scouis. Mrs-I. M. Morrison is president ot tlio tiusil- iarv, Mrs. J, Slabry vicc-prcsi- ileni and Mis. K. S. Sinilh. aecre- .The eiliiciis' iiimmi'.Kjc 'drum and bugle CQi'ps, as local Hoy Seoul work in Kcneial. i for the next six moiiUiH will at III-' Chain her ot t'ommcn-r liall inu'ighl. ,1" It. A. Johnson, bolb of Ibis city. YOUNGlfALIANlS HELD FOR SHOOTING ATC i father, W.lllQII. rlmrfipil THE VOUNCS farmers woro boafting alxint the of the tr.bies Ihcy bad Brown. Vinally. one.of them turned to Kcth. "Wbtvt was the biggost tbiim you raised ibis year, I'ncle "A squash." "Well, liow big was "Wo never nifasnred II." drawl- n.l t'nele Seth. "but used the seeds for snow-shoes." nr Ur l" >nov" 1iy mat le -purpoitcd to l nrnnr.r n linllTIIOI Orinnll iHlHrr AHUVr 2 MONTHS SEARCH' j Victoria News of Long Ago Tin I.OCAI, unanimous FATHER (itiuiftllne I sball ullow my daughter a Inmdi-ed a y'car'whou slic ninriles. rrospeclive fair, sir. And whal were yon thinking of nllowiiiR her hnsbiind? Opinion. IT IS A liK'.'i In have 1 brigbt dreimi ahead of your pre- sent 'vision, but don'l forKcl. Hint; _, important Iliins-'s In yonr life I Kalr ainl somewhat today. ;tiisbt and Wedncsdw. WINN'll'KG. Manitoba. Nov. Ihe receipt of radif. niessaKi's from llathiirst statins that llic' ixvrly nf .eight miuini: explorers, lost for two nionlbs. were safe in Ibe Arctic mslim at Cnmbrldse Hay. efforts lo pet Ihe party buck to oivlllzatlcin sio.rtcd today. Hxii- iilanes that li.ivo been the sub-art-lii- rssion since Ihe parly was repr.rtcd miss- ins may be sent lo the trading to briiiK Ihe men. Tin- coWust wi'rtllinr of itu1 fiDii was cxpccioHo-d iii 1" llic lltfinrto'inflor tii 1" or our iiliovi1 fvosi. Tlu; wcallior I-OIIUIHH-S Kriii anil forcrasl ;uni ilny. a week is Hint Victoria will Ihe Iroiilainiui: noi rompo.scd the yoirtigcr ninn. I William A. DnHHssnlili finest court in found llm envelop 'coiiTalnlHg sMo Hmistnti, San Anlonio, ItliO IcUi'VS iulrlros In- has won a v verdict of many; any aivhilecl iu tlio Nov. poliro todiiiy held ;i ynium' lialhoi tlioy Iunl KiUril Kcrris Modi's, ;iurt seriously wonuiod T. Walking nf cily doi; in ;i gun ifl.trlil following an ovcv ili'1'1 wmr. and Wat kins were fivctl IroTn a s( (Uvn ;is lin-y Tli" dim nrijuini; invohvil tn tin- in a difl'crenljveston Dallas, nk than lhat used in writing tbe Miss Anna Alexander and Miss A liujiiitcss IiotJse dhnru- >inns i-; lu-iiiR lir.Ht hy Mr. .1. K. on ills lot soutli nf ,SUnlton U-irt snddlory .sliop. Unlli-y j illrnthors ale (ho Th--! TALVALUES SHOW INCREASE OF IN YEAR WALTER PAGE M A! j letters. lie testKiert nil cv.iss-ex- jaininatUni limt same person iwho addressrd the envelopes wrote (lie letters. Defense atlm'iieys said that when closing are begun, jprnbably bile .today lonun'row. I special stress will be laid im Hani- iltnn's belief Unit he was in great Wallini walked into lli.hla Sehlis left on Wcdnetday's imiuunrf'will n.-i-d by Mr.: ttain for t'orpns Chrisli. from' j -t croiery store.! where they will probably The old Owens (orr.cr liuildi.ig will Monterey, Mexico, on a brief visit. renovated and on 'They were acrinnpanied as far VICTORIA MINISTER PHG1PAL SPEAKER IN WILSON f Victoria (or Ifeevilln by Alox-; ;indcr. it was aimnnr (nunly coiuniissioaei-rt Mr. J. Scptembi WEATHER REPORT i his'office and was killed May I. .house plans Ihe popping of chain-1 in the neighborhood Kiieiids in this city have receiv-JTlie defense will contend tlwl hotll ,M! wind nf the accidental death ot! ton committed an 'oven, act when of .lector's crmld be distinctly 'waller I'age near llnsrl.ml. Ihe assumed a IhTOilcning altitiide heard at a distance ot n quarter of; to-i The young man met .dea.li in an Moward tbc lawyer just before crush. i was shot. lie ja mile. Well, Mr. .1. Ueilly Gordon "toulil affonl to troit. his fiends, ebiilj I'lui; jwiiv- l-vivali' cnnvey- Tiu-y disappointed trt learti Ihe Victoria Hub was partly ol pvc-fessionls. us their club was composed wholly (ONI OSK.I no .1. r. Felger. pastor of the. Kirst Knglisli l.nlheL-aii Ciinrcli nf this rily. was present rlt Klol'c-.v ville Stitul.iy (c r Ibii telebvation tli.' .Inili the found Ing of Lutheran t'luirch Ihcr.- ihe vrincipal speaker at tin. night service. Iliuuer and lllucll seivcd approximately SOO nU'mbers friends-In the Wilson Comity Fa.irlilio nuditorium with music the low Flerosville Hand. The .total ol Ihe values y[ tho City i is as with for KiJS. an lucreafn iiud lias been levied for many Tlte If.lal ef ihe assessed- ia% .if tbe coiiniy for'. "S tor a sain nf Tin- ooiinty i.-i.v rali: is one an increase of 13 wiih.s-cy.-n units levied for the .cnurl. I.OIIM. ami jail ii'nmiveineni rntuVniiil cents additional t'or read.bunds.. i The taxes lo be paid by n-Milcm and ;of this city this year total -JJ.7S oil jliW Viihiiilloil. divided as foi- Stale S'c, lonntv Cij, cilv Jl 10 and school JUU'.   

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