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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 25, 1929, Victoria, Texas Eyes Fjlicd DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist BOJ.10 Blilg. Phone 233 I -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND i GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phono 159 Geo. H.TYcnch, VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GrouT Timely Topics NOTHING IS EASIER than fuuU fii'dliife; no Uilcnl, uo'si'it lUnilal. no Imiius, no eluinu-icr the notwithstanding. are Unit JutlKc Hamilton gel.s Mti. just sooner ui1 later. Anyway ht bus, IninscU fiWt] family tlie oyes of 'imnnle. we arc prejwlio cit iigahist who carries a. Kim with (lie n vowed of wising 11, iiiicl Hamilton i-anled a HUH for no other reason ilml lo it-so it tu cc nun it a crime. Hut if some INW boy should be taught with a uliMi hi? thinks CHRISTMAS GIFTS ARE WANTED FOR CONFEDERATE HOME i Dear Public: It has been (tie custom of tlie Win. 1'. (toger's D. c., for several years send a Christ- mas liox to the Woman's t.'onfed- uralc lionie in Austin, This adds much lo Ihe joy uf ihe elderly in- mate's. Last" year, as is Ihe custom, a merry lime was arran.ned for the dear old ladies, (lie Austin Chapter assisting Mrs. s. j. Thomas, the ii'pwinlemlent, with arransinsf tin; tree and program. Different indi- viduals ctmtribule money and time, t.) Hits charitable cause, (nil 1 found was the only chan- ter to send a box- of individual Sifts. U'hile our cliunter has been assisted by a nunihcr of kind peo- pl-j not members, still our box last .vti'ir was short a few gifts of ihak- IIIK one to each Inmate, and some o: the hexes, candy, handkerchiefs, stationery, etc., hud to ije divided Bank Suit Against Surety Company on Trial Here X X -jg K Robbers Break Into Depots on Victoria Division to Kclatc Story Call Which1 His Dcalh'i In- is ..shift for he is vank. "lalis BO around cd'up and lined or thniwu in "jail. in the home.) AND THEN people to wcndcr, why disvesiiett for the law. HUNTSMEN ;ill over (lie tiniu- try lire their annual on- tin tlie wiUI and tuil- will lie iinuihitntiMl tbi-i year the iiaine of tiHirl. II is .-uliitittc'd (hai bird sliootius f-f a ureat siiort. but the
be sijiiioned around tliv jail. 1'onnil hi st Nov. L'.i. ,JNS) The in 111.- nf ;its oldest snloii will render fiiiius vassjus; of Senator NEGRO FALLS FROM Cleveland Alexander. 'llubin I-'rels. chain Iliealre mac-1 n.-tk- of tliis cits, wi-s circled first! vice-president of the Association otlwas killed in Antonio, when he: j lived Mutton Pielure The.ilre Owiiers of fell out of a car in which he j no women; 1 Si. the he' says i; is rn ininiense tn abutn. 1 lie ami Mrs .lecker risci'i.d. d iti.- ti> iis summit am! what he r..aid of tin- in tin- brief tinn- al the time was far ton Mion !D even a of irs principal at ti> s.iy de- In 1'aiis. Mr. .Ii'i met Mr- a of the NVw V.wk. TeMis 36-HOUR RAIN IS FELT THROUGHOUT VICTORIA SECTION lain fell Iliis from niiilnii.-lit Saturday lil oVIock I.HUI IIHKVII.I.K. Tex.. .NVv. "5.--C. P. Xiclnjls drillim; Mn. I Hall en the Ilieks and liall land, eiyhl miles nniHt of Hceiiile on the .San An- n 'hail tiettrr not take the was brousbt in as .-o lisluly. Saturday ailerin.i'r. at 1 Tin- Hell is tiroiind feel deep and is showin.i; u pressing pounds aller passim: thnv.mh 7eo valve filiv.n.-ii cliis-iil. [lie has be, u pipi'd away iinin ilu- derriik and and is shinning a sirc.tm rrf tire i'i I-' 1'c feel .Vichi.K liie pressure ol not uinb-i- IVe.llhi-r is Tne.-'l.iy. nl the atiiiiiiil nieetlni; in" thel vldliiB and iyas run down Tlie ou: in hard jeied a warm hear! He wished 'riser was bmiert viinixlil.j funeral us rjuiet, as which at, knew WEATHER In answer 10 a lelegram. Mr. Cner- rcni met him at (tepot and re and thai considei-iiiion wiib which a run'sian gentle-moil knows how Io The V ball Kdna viacini; tci o vitio-.y of tli- romity 11-ain over 1'atii Welder Krida.v some way tin- 01 the Cowlifpys, who won the district clnimvinn- in a Tiie colics'- ,vid Kdna play in n.'na Thanksgiving It's ijt.-f. eariv ;e th-? senson ovei- Ceadi Ktm-intinfs bids. io u. a til.- locals have iaipreved ?n th- Ciiwhoy sciitad. sirmvtfmcii cive exira poinis on ih." Coivh.'is di-n'i kiiii-A- milch about cither nf tin two dubs. V'dnu will be cliltsic: tiu-> will In- nut fur the 'f revenue. Tin- Jueiiv- w.i.s l.cytil i-s ii-aK lei n sin well is the cli'sf-st plsscl lo and is bin ".ii yards frum hizhwiiy and a mile from and cas pipe It is passer JirMlialll in ill tfd'.-. section. IS. T Hicks, owner nf the land, resides in I'iitsi'ield. 111. Texas-Cusettled. and jcemest last week-end. tiiiry. the .funiors arc Ukeh I'' the final m.ivk 1-1 .Ml J-MII inixsibly three times. H'j :i ciiict1 Ueservc t separate the two scores. the weather clears up. somewhat wanner in t'.ie south and i The Advocate doesn't think Hdnu :and all Imllcnttons are that it will, cast portions Tmsda.v will ore against tin; strong de- several humtred Victori-v iwrtly clmidy in the interior andlfense of Hie collece; at least, it j tl.e.-wool fans -wlUaccempany tin probably niln ami warmoi- near the j doesn't halicvc the Cowboys will I olerctl to Krtnn for (Ha (n
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