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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 19, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                MARKET MAY BE FOUND FOR VICTORIA SPANISH MOSS Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Bldg. Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AWERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 150 Geo, H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 Timely Topics FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLJSP IN OAHY ADVOCATE, TUESDAYlFTERNOQN, NOVEMBER 19. 'l9297" Subicriplion: Per Annum NUMBER 85 THINK ALL you -speak; lull speak not all you think; Thoughts are your own; yuiir H-imls are so IKI more. RUTH ROCKWELL, ,-111 yoiK-old Klrl. was iln> only piissen'- in a plaim which flew over Island, near New Vork. I-ook- iiip; back tlm pllol saw his passon-i ;fer kneclliid, as if in prayer, and j a inimili? later opened (he dour and jumped, falling to the earth j foot below. Why did slie do it? Hole Is- what. wrote in-a nole. foinul Ju liei j lefl In plane: "Most people end (heir livus be-j cause f sad hits hunpem-il I l.i 'iiiem. I end mine, because it '.veins mil only futile, hut wroim to'go on i blame no olio j anil feel Hint f have no.enemies. li "'ill [iniliiVily be considered Insanej us taking ills life is siip-j IwWrt to IK, Insane. j "I woiiM like njj. j TURKEY ORDINANC BE TESTED n M North-South Highway Association to Meet at Waco H S3 X X K K K jg -x x a Five Injured Here in Automobile Accidents Orleans Pays All Parki Expenses by Sale of Moss i From Trees'. i OF C. INVESTIGATING Claimed by Death. in llio MillcaKc in the closet al i liui.ui' may help (o my WrM i ipciisc.s. 1 ntn very liiippy nuw. j "I am wondering if the newspa .pent will docfdo to devote unj .-pace to me? t nm woiiderinK i: I will find lime to think 01' the I ivhiri throuKh space, it i; Writes.Leading Moss Manii' facturing Company for Information. An. item from Xcw Orlenns re.id liy .Miles Meyer, Victoria capitalist. In a Denver newspaper while he wcvs spending tile summer in Colo- railo may leail lo the development n- a profitable industry for the Vic- toria stcilon. The item was to the effee'l lhat has Always been dis- curd When I ]ons so fur hiirmony. Maybe yet 1 will find it, maybe sweet music. If I fiml any sort uf life or cor- rej-'punilliii; time aticr death, i will (ry to communicate with my im- mediate relatives at :i o'clock some cvbniiiK for u while. During my lifetime. 1 ihlnk my one fiyil't was .deceplioii. i have lied repeatedly iibotit small things Mil niifortunnioly forget wtnM these things were. I have n0 Kiiilty conscience what, sover. 1 feel.'' Ihe annual sale ot Spanish jfroiu the trees "hi lhe parks. I Si.....isl, moss xrowrt In srcat j I fusion on many trees "lit the tiuada jliipe Iliver vivlley and it- a gooil iniarkel. were fonurt for this pio i duct many inns of it doubtless, j would be gathered, u is said to; nave come into general use recently i ;for automobile cushions, mattress-! ;es and other upholstery. The Victoria Chamber ot Com-- j nierce lias written lo the Kohlnmn Moss Mamiiaclurlni; Company of I Now Orleans, one of the leading! I purchascrXof spanisli moss, for; .information on'the subject. 1 Keliirtis lo Texas Home lo Awu.il Rcsuii oi' Appeal Closing .of Victoria Gap Will- Provide Shortest Route i' .to Valley. ____. i BIG CITIES; INTERESTED] Dallas, Fort Worth and Wacofj to Delegates "at Meeting. Secretary of War, V meeting of the North' and j last night at the Waller organ-1! Reed Hospital, Washington, follow- ing an operation'for appendicitis. izcil in Vk-toriii'October JO for Ilin .securing-the most direct i highway from .N'orth: Texas to the Gniiiile iiy liadiijf the'' "Mayhii yet 1 will fimlit, ,m, tel mu.icr Let ns hope th .IJfi! hits lio more .sorrow- that j OflttnAN "ctcmcs cs PPMTCMADV i C C I in FIFATU flC CCPDCT1DV bc licl1' Thursday nftei- ULflin UT OLUnLlAnT "00" il1 OF WAR J. W. GOOD s WA.UXUTOK; xo, ijt 'foi hl llie' toinovrow slate services will bc "'ill have large held in the east room of (he White .'it (lie meelins. The Dallas i House t of war. who and t Worth Chambers of' Albert B Fall, former Secretary of HIE Inttr.or, the wheel chair on his arrival rn El Paso, after being found goilty ir, Washimjton, D C, of acceplms a bribe of from Edward L Qohcny Mr Fall now awaiting the result of his appeal ot the bribery conviction. Intel-iiiiliinin! Xewsrecl) Victoria News of Long Ago 'Car Overturned in Loose j Gravel on Upper Mission i Valley Road. WRECKS i M. L Mullins and Charles Rippampnti Inured in Collisions Here. f Five persons were injured in aiilu- mobile accidents in Victoria and i its environs during the past -IS Sunday nishl Louis Montag of stlie Ktnbbs Coinniunity suffered a broken rib ami miner bruises and {scratches and Ills wife a bad bruise 'on the head when tliclv car slruck some loose gravel on tint Upper Mission Valley rouil and overturned opposite Clem Alljreclii's residence. IIr. Albreclit them to tin: BeTar Hospital here in his car. Mr. Munliix. di-scliai-Bfil from llie IioKpital.Monday morning and Mrs. 1 Montaj; this Al niion Monday M. L. Mnllins, for (lie llieir fancies lead (hem are just ahead of them. ACCORDING TO Ibe Slieehan. pastor of St. Mary's Cath- olic dlnirch of this city, has re- Inrned from i... Fined by Mayor for Optfral' ing Plant in Violation of Law. OPERATIONS CONT I N U E j Second Arrest Made Today and Injunction Sought to Test Act. K. .Imies. nianaKer for Ill-others of (Jonzalci, who ruccntly .-iciinired the Hill 0 Connor cold storage [iliiut in tliis city, was tried before .Mayor S. S Sittcrln Moiulay jon ,-v chnrge of oneratmc: the pl.iut vipla.lion oC- the'ordin.uico pro-   "Kv.'1-y one Ilionsh nnt every one can nltend operas and il fmiK my ambition lo sin.u- opcr.-.tic N.iv. the people "The proa I opnariuiifly an officer's gnu and way out of rived. For the first timo sU I'in'- Bounty jail here. M.ir. i-ini operas nrc to be brouh-asl risi" bandit, over Ibe radio, and t' Inw-J bc'eu Tim Swiiite anil Iliinsi- will uf to as iin honor escort PRESENT.. OFFICERS OF G. OF C. CHOSEN FOR ENSUING YEAR DUAL KILLING AT f UNDER INVESTIG A T10 N QUAKE TREMORS IN- v   il l.S CtinilfKMI IO (Its llOIJtb' 1 IJ EAST BREAK CHINA int. (.11.11111. l.oui. I.VLI not. dier stuff in 'em." Thc rim over l'i Cafe of this city, received a cul VMM' see way dearly lo this i wiuirton Was M-itbonl Ihu clic.-k. tb.it AWfl IIHUT riYTUDCC1 the bidders of train arrived fapt. Hbep. five sti.cl.cs and liadliis left LIUll I nAlUntO tii-s ;ire a man in favor tint: __........i _ reporlod al ont.e lo .Sheriff shoulder badly In iii.swl wlicn his-: i's and was a.'-.signed In duty at I'oril triuriiif; ,-m tiiincil VOKK, .Vov. tii-s ;ire a man in favor ot scheme. Advocate o( Maidi 1. 'll'i: '-oiirt afier np nfar lhe inlciKeciiun of Poivst Ilrokcn china and smashed liglitinp  ani' MiiRnFR FlOR 91 AYINR m Mi.s (itiuiia lopt'llu'r "Iltn "'iw- mUnULU lUll OLft 1 HID upon Ilio examination fw-mor Jno.irn, plctiW llu' Oinl Itl llinTllf .I- prisoner, wbicb occurred iw ,nr ,he' tM Qf Vi-dut-Mlay. Monday in a slu.wcr bath In >1m (b-ncia. Klnj; wi.vd the .vtw Vflrk. Ulv rill' of were tliivals of WIHTK I'l.AI.VS. X. V. tihcnlf .lon-.v applied to tlio K0v- ...-A v....., cinor for the victom iiides to Iwawjwdrd li, "MiW.l'iiii'ui'ia lake llie tlrs, iraln In Wbar.on C.pt. Sheppar.! in .Mis, bnmcht la.or 1U'inmilV o( WEATHER REPORT f owe much to American pub- lic." 1 first vicivpresideiil; .1. U. Trice, second vice-president; A. T. Au.terson. ;vul II-'-1 work of prepaviiiion. Ihlnv.- r: anil th; I overlain) pnim. avvlvinw -in.- )i i at a. m. l.ieul.! Ainu's. ,s D.lllid cAllle pn-le from lhe i j: ami -I) anil ,iu> Al'STIX. Tex. Nov. John Itrady. today w.is il by i he Travis Cunaiy Jury for the murder of liiinis post office aii.l thrco stores l.t-li I la Htlismttli. io-ywrold. "tlar- dollars ih cash and nun'iiaiidise. j vemlior tvere-office safe, ,-milainins juit'i and a poi-kct Vuli'e covered with number of unit blood taken from him.   

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