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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 13, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Riled DR. JACK KAHN Exclutive Optometritt 60S-10 Welefer Bio's. Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION H. French, Publither. VOLUME 32 TimclyTopics THE MAGIC or first love Is our laiiorance tlnit It can ever Lord iioacoiifiold. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 13. FOft FURNJTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone-159 Subicription: Per Annum NUMBER 80 WELL, ITS A SAO, 'ld lale. read where a on- VICTORIA WINS GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP x 58 vr a? w Eirl losl her life, beca driving iho aiiloniobllo thought ho could lieivt the Iriitu lo the crossing, f llow ions will il take people to be careful? How long irlll It Hike communities to realize that regula- tions'gorornlni; automobiles on the flrccts and highways should be rigidly enforced? GOOD GOVERNMENT Is the lasli of "every citizen. Every man anil woman should miOio it a per- sonal nutter keep liiformeil us lo public officials in office. Hud in Ibis country is only possible whuu citizens are apathetic. Evils can be elim- inated If Hie voter.! keep alert urn! iire inspired by high political idcills. '.'What do we .mean by good yov- asks. Governor Roosevelt of New York, and lie "first of all depends very huge- ly oil the Individual or on the of Individuals whb seek to conduct HUT Iwal governments, it is not enousli for us lo aak whether the candidates are honest men. We will vote, of course, ugulust any nis''i tir woman whom we consider dishonest: what do you Via we iflorcly mean the public official who will not do an Illegal .act? In other words, one who mil not commit- a crime of frail or.Hlcaling. Thai, however, is not Hie final definition ot hon- es I y. about the Uvgcr number ACCIDENTALLY W AUUIUtNIALU i m i SLAIN AT BAY CITY! Victoria Makes hne Showing in Boy Scout Work HWCn Miinornv J LIVED AT NURSERY; x I Victoria Poultry Raisers Hear Turkey Talk II. Martin. who was acci- dentally lillli'i) by his companion. Unck Hlaylocli. whllo shunting ducks at a pond eight miles south- east of Hay 'city early Monday morning, was (lie nephew of Mrs. N. tl. Kins of this city. Mr.s. King, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. n. Calhuvay, and brother, Kcv. J. c. Callinvay of! Nursery, left that night by the or I'lacedi, for I'alacios, where the! funeral held. j .Mr. .Martin is survived by wire, one little .1011. his father and mother, Mr. and S.Irs. James Mai', lin of Palaclos. two brothers, two sisters and his aged Hraiidmolhcr. j ivlio makes'her home with King of this city. j The Mwtlu family lived for! PlailS (OP 1930 DlSCUSSCd! and New Officers are Elected. MADE! National Representative Says Work Excels'That of Average Council. 'itiingitig Qitf the Reserves years near Nursery, whero Air. Martin bad many friends who I wil) be xreived to bear of his death. n we .___. t ._____ CIRCUS SCHEDULED TO PLAY VICTORIA STRANDED BY RAIN of public officials who arc lumen: iiMhe.scri.se that they can not be pul In jail, hut who arc dishonest In Ihe .sense that they commit, acts ivliich arc ethically or morally wrung? What of ihe public offic- ial who allows a meuihur his family lo obtain fees or benetils lltruiigh his. political influence? "What about the public, official who, because of lii.i position, gets inside information about phius for public improvements or other nffi- lia! actions, drops the hint and gives his friends .-in opportunity t.i sain personal pecuniary benefit! Vi'liai allow Ihe oflieial who, in a hnndred ways, Of lliem petty, SfjiianiJers the taxpayers' money? "There are many in ihe smaller communities wljere. for cjarupk', in matter of purchas- ing supplies for road work or school K-orlc, the official in charge .buys from his personal friends in small lots instead of using proper l-usiiiess methods and buying wbclcsi'ile Scout officers and interest- ed Workers met at Cuero at l p. Cole'111- Sunday for the annnujl district liros. shows, wilh about 500 .per- ami Iwmiiiet and spent halt I u day of 'the work. About -one hundred men! sons, ami their are stranded here by' the past tlirec weeks: The circus'. wcrc present, delegates arrived Saturday, but due to rains j fro1" "early evory town in the was unable to show. Application i eleven counties of the for receivership was made, with C. Wllkins, president of the Vice-President Victor J. Qrnnder eis' Xutional Hank, appointed re- j of Cuero presided and among those I'" attendance was National Uep- Oirieinlii and citizens are eudeav-! resenlalive K. K. Vuss of Dallas to help the owners and Mr. Voss had just completed an 'in- slraiidcd performances raise funds. Three benefit sncctioii of the work in tlic will be siren to help District and declared it surpassed It is jirobnble thai that of the average council in (he LECTURE i County is Given Great Puli- i licity by Exhibits al Exposition. ATTENDANCE' More Aninials Bought for Jersey Calf Club from Fibresville Breeder. Tlu. Counts Hois Apr! eiillu, ,1 lul, (Almdt won tilt Kranil (liimploiiihip ind the ic toria CouuU booth thL priyc. at the International Exposition and Ilace Meel. which opened al Kun Auloiiln on November HEALTH 1 Coiintv w Hillings mule Known intelligent Management upon uic retum nmht Ot I Pniillrti Cijiintj ind Mrs II I! Ross Mrs J II Sloan ind d KthU I) h HiSbelfiLld J I' I! 11 If I'eppti ami Anton I who the ex of tlicni Interesting Address Made Expert from San Antonio. Poultry Raising is Em- phasized. lu j The renuhir meetiui; Of the milt! Cuasi Poultry and 1'el Slock Asso- ciation was hold n( the Court j llQiiso Tuesday nlsht with good: NW-'HIMH-I )nououniui.d lin, attendance considering (lie wcatii-' from er. j even st indpolut ind etprtsbcd the belief thitt H would In tune become. one of (lie most Imporlint iimii il leme and interest taken in Ihe and ciw.- Club exhibit and annuals and property nmy niac-j United States. here in winter quarters. claims will be money lias been raised through the. sole of properly, i, said, elephant, Mnrdoc. has been lo Join, Pluto' for S3 SuO Tlr; soM VARIOUS MEDICAL men have' warned Ibo public' ngatiist lrylnK to lie Ihiu. This refers especially to fo many women who, because of Ihe dictates of fashldn. desire film fiKtiro. Jfost of these over- look Ihc that lo reduce below normal means a loss of vitality and is dangerous lo health. It is very probable thai Hie craze I" be thin has. been the cause of a miviy deaths since II Inangiiraied. il feel colder. The norlher caused the wcaihor lo clear after a rainy spell lasiins two weeks. Krezilli; temperalure nearly rnl1s' Is forecast for tciluorniw morning DY history at school. WITNESSES REFUTE CHARGES IN ALIENATION SUIT YOU STUDY history at school. course, bl rii-nnl of only have happencil years aso, mom of Ihc.m before yon were horn. His- tory continues, however, every day fiiifl Ilic whiib lake lu your own day all around you arc not yet recorded in your school books. The that lake place today are printed loday in Ihe stm.L, }.oll should know every day of the Iliinsa thai are in this rapidly growlns world, you should read Ilic newspaper. The boys and Kirls who read Die daily papers are reading history as it happens. And it Is just as Important and just its Intf-resting as lhal which yon will books school. Kvery boy and girl should know of the things lhal happen in the wovltl every day. Kvcry boy girl ahoiild 'news- FREEZING WEATHER IS PREDICTED FOR VICTORIA TONIGHT The annual election resulted in i tho selection of Dr. c. L. Kopeck y I of Voakum as president after Mrj CrniHler had nuvlc kiiomi that he would decline the honor. flcurs chosen were: i V. (irunder. vice-president and finance cluirniau Victoria News of Long Ago K. .1. Uliidicrt, Victoria, PlaciuK exhibits at the exposition .was one of the greatest .publicity projects Victoria County has ever umleriakeu. County AKeiit lioss'dc- Frederick of He slaUd" that he ami Mills inIs'T werc koilt AND SON DAY SL- -rr HEs m: he seen. A reliable me, hanic in when Fath-; principal brought outlsatsuma LIONS LUNCHEON TO _ BE HELD EVENING OF ..rvr: FATHERAND SON DAY J. Harrington nnd H II uoss ve shun about the evcol-i county exhibit at Ihe Internaliunal Livestock Kxtiosi- liun Kan Anloiiiti. The program uf Die niet'tini; was on "The ['reduction of Xo. 1 Tur- keys." i 'C> Woolsey, am] j, Yoakum. vice presidents: mi. treasurer; A norther slriu-k Iliis al IMS o'cli.ck yesterday afleiuooil and Ihe lliernioiiK'ter fell In It; decrees here ibis miimlug, repre- sent a decline of :il decrees from yesleidiiy's maximum of so. This, however, was not ihe cobl- es! wealber nf s-easoii. us 10 decrees was some ilnys Kischer, Port n raw norM, wind made of sea n. Sl hni-K. tniop orsauizcr; Paul Ito-.'- H'cl, llalletlsville. leader: C. lloivcrtou, <'uero. educational puhlicily n. C. Kcln-rls, civic service officer; K. N. Kee. Cionjtnles. judge of Conn of rfouor: Allan sbiehN i Victoria, director of hMlii, i f of it. I OKOIIOK 1.. I'res'l. Vicloria ISoard of Coin-i House in Victoria at ready Oi [''clock p. m. on Mareii van he seen, li'th, The objecl of the meet-: remarked to ;u 1.1; is lo hear and consider a pro- the other day: liosilion to be made by Col. KiU- hiiKh of Dallas. Texas, to build a railroail between Victoria ami Ar- niisus ,1'a.ss. With deep water al Aransas I'ass, Iliere is iio'lliiiig that would tvld prosperity lhc city ami counly than Ibis road. I.el every one tome. .......I1--, tmi r orances, which thrive Advocate reporter cr and KOI, Day will oliserved. in the address were: best in Ibis climate. The. IOIIR staple "Those brick are, Al this all Lions will Urmllni; .slock Ihat is j colion. Krain and veKclable.' Illvl' .j. ..i. i i IIUMJ nin-'h. ;iif, 1111.1 uiny ii" win IfrlllK I'Clinn a- you see. as prelA" as, the import- with them their sons or if Ihey have j twins, of standard size.' hcultiiy.! "ions also aliraclcd Kreal'aiientTo'ii od and in (bey an; sous some other boys between and from a" flock tint Ins been'' Mr. liuss further staled that the exposition maiiaCTine.nl had tho nil- t   points for Southern pacific Lines, will be the iiWKiije I'rliiclnlu speaker for (lie liuvlng consented lo come hen: ayo for Ihe o< ca lhc H.ai.ipionsl ml di-i Donald. Kas, sunning; Bernard'. ;v O. T. McAiister, Cuero. Krom The ISM. Advocate of March The Tonuna Council embrace Counties of Callioiin. Colorado Ooliad. c.onzalos. la Port and I.A.VACA speaking of the fact that the is now prinlcd in ..............The Advocate office the Corpus Wliartoii, wilh an assistant j''llrlsli l.'wacacii 'has taken a si' Kcftigiii, Victoria for Tnuney. re- tired HIIK champion, ciiiiiiiiiied their aliempi.s tr, refute tin' allegations that Tnnucy -alien, atcd tile affections of'Mrs. Calher- iue Kins Kocarly. The former husbiitid is sniiit.- the former fishier for SMn.noo at Kl. Worth. sfuiil executive in eharse of the Victoria Ilob ,_vnl, who niaimains his headcinarters its C'tero. is .scom executive Th 'lie whole ;yca. The Victoria i jMvision consists of Calhonn. I with W. K. Kckli-jj as assistant i'.v fiullve malntaiiiiuc his lietKkiiwr- i lcrs Vicloria. Chris Kminttt of slep backward. n VIOLKTS. fliici day ibis "mf 01 a live years old-- handed ;v letter t'.j IV-ttniasier Clark with remark: please in.-iil this letter but In- ran- nil when you stamp it as il co'n- lains .-omc- violets to mi on Brand- iiia'x Tlf: little was so earnest in her pleadiiij; tba. frci' from disease several Tliis [nuiidalion stock shout treated for eslenial and int Parasites just before the liiyinc i'leuly of dean water to produce crler to' urse of eixf with fxhibiis. TJionsumls of Mr. Carter is a Kitted .speak- 'u'chabiii.y of vigorous pnulets. de.scripMve literature about Vic- :r doubtless a large Kntlierliu; Care of po.ilels is a very Import-j loriu and Victoria Counly supplied They should be fed i by the Chamber of Commerce were W1 Ilim- Ueservatnms roust be. made to j before arc -IS h.mrs old and In srenl demand Swrelary .lames I.. Vounj; of should be (ed five times a dav in i' u-i.n, o "r in iii'i formcvly printed in an oftic, w wUy are mistiiktni. from of TO BE PLAYEO FRIDAY They should be (five more registered heifers for the sronml separate I newly organized Victoria County le of its birth unlil vccenlly glance. I in Ihe llecville Picayune; grave'' and the change was made e Victoria is .si, much near- place of public- A step forward, as it were. "Violets for How much there is in nf February 2o, ISffi. The ornmillrc soli, the establishmcn.s of the citv of having then, ll11" aro "'iX'''' Wflh "lilk :li Two poun "r with proper "hrlncs Ihc total number of animals "r fed horn'- boncht (he etub to and (round and supplies all nf Hie members except nd mineral eleven wilh calves. The member. 'bip ,-oiisi-is ot l-ll-Club mcnibcr.i WEATHER REPORT onld determine for 'he amonnl nf money It should Te.as-1-air lr u, Thursday. Colder toniplu. Hard ;l 'his ell y, vice-president Man-li S. declined tn j wis Mioeeded AIr. nMnt j V1CTOHIA lllilCK. I II has been proved beyond i hi- ll wns decided that each fub- or a doubt that brick equal. freeze In nnrlh West Thursilay and (Older lontght in I of JS.lan for Ihn enlire ;vvea was adopted. Cnero ex- G. 0. P. COMMITTEE TO ACT ON TROUBLES AT EARLY MEETING remai two hours Vri-lay for the foot- ,ame between tlu- Me- .l -Ho.e ani. Vicioria rcimrir-.i pivnivss xla.v. i-Ioseil from lo 4 Id) pounds of Today's Sail Anionlu l-.sprcs.-i spoke In part as follows of Ihe Vic- water should bo I'pi-ia County at Die ex- hr iwul I' he If not superior, to Ilic ______ I'rick ran be made in Mmw to test Mr. Hankin's skill iu'tee announced an early meeting of Hiat line, A. (.ioldmai, decided lo discus, ,he fu ,s fw "i.V'iniiiS up fiiiilHig thruugli df- of (Jiiaihilllpo floods of caily .-iimuier and Ili'i 
                            

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