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Advocate (Newspaper) - December 2, 1929, Victoria, Texas Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Oplomelrist 009-10 Welder Blda. Phone 233 AFTERNOON EDITION ft VOLUME 32 FOR FURNITURE AND f GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR I Easy Terms Phone 159 Timely Topics THE MEN whom j have seen sin-coed hosl In life li.-nv" ahrays rwi-u cliceriiil and hopeful men, who wenl uhoni lln-lv business with a smile un Ilielr faces and took the cbauiies. and i halites of this tnor- (nl life Hid) men. fiu-liii; 1'oii.nh -M Mtioolh alike as it camo. SECOND, SOIITHWCSr IN CH1ERAL. ADVOCATE, Subicription: Per Annuni NUMBER 96 K FUNERAL SERVICES Ipi ,-ij T W7l _ FOR FORMER MAYOR i Injured When Car Overturns Near CitvlOTH'i HELD HERE The mini rush of IIIVS-CHI day s and business life sometimes THE GREAT TASK of civilixa lion Is Ihe at fliiot- liiimaii beings. This is also the chief aim of Victoria whether we always real. ue It .or not. we, believe. ivanl lo "xood." they w.vu lo do the right and In (In, great ily of cases, ran .he ctnintrd uuoi( Ulslit at o'clock ai Ms. apart- su- mtiH in the home of Mr. an.. r. i- HOWIU IK xorth jicKKiyj'Held by Chinese Street, tunic place from the i.'.'i fur I. A. 77. former mayor and retired <-ry mereluint of Victoria, wlios... ijenih occiiri'i'd here Robidoux Interviewed And Photographed TURF I U U L us. from u n orderly ad- j nsWeiu-e at four o'cloek Sunday vante this objective. At iiulK yoflect iiiiun life and rdan for Us bi'itcrmcnt. Probably the -Ki'eatesl single usciicy fur the iiiivam'ciiiem of is the church. Those ivlio Wither in a iemiile of
i'ar. Itiu community is coiisidei'- to Victoria in iSSo. Air. Heath in ihe livery husiness until isill, bavins the late .fumes as ii jiartner in business for a number of years.! Oklu.. in his ealiin on Ken- yon Inland in the (inadaliijie River 1MW BASE CRAKAft W THE Oil Robidoux Case One of Mosl Peculiar in Texas Crim- inal Annats. KILLED TVVO_BROTHERS Slayintjs Occurred on Lonely Island Wear Mouth of lifin I1ISDTP Guadalupe River. m mm I______ .iinnsnal in the eiiiniiial aiitulb o( Texas because of pecului if [Accident Occurred at mysterious'cimunstaiH.is su> road Crossint) Opposite is set for tomm i Conti Fartn. in the Victoria District Court oil i cli I :SCENE OF MANY WRECKS, 'ilons, 37. charged with the muidu Occupants of Car Were M and Mrs. W. T. Tipton and Two Children a' Willeu Muurti, :to, and June, Moore, 111. hrolhers. of He.idiifi in enliiii on Keiiyon Island m (hi HiiadalliiR. Klver OH the limhl of II. 'I'lie Ijodiib ed by Uubidotix, who claimed hi> the ineruinieil in UR. POLAP- -_L imsiness for a of vear, i Ortmil ,nc linaiianiiie Kiver _ _ Timon is ,In- foreman WIWEG CHiint Hewiu. The firm Keati ,'i fllr "l" Meu-it, became one of the Tilllto hl! n.ercaniile of Vi." toria. I District i, i iMsd'tct rijiirl on a clianse .roadster i i tilro-Hl cm'.-ij hl '''Sin had thiii 11 tt h a whil.. ihd- 7X' ciiv from Pi.'ce "W "f The infant ,-hibl is receivm "'-.men, ai ,he DcTar hl lUllfl Mr. is ,he foreman of i crew here. The home of the W ISO 01 ls> J lionnds ami Jaines ahimt ISi 01 i" tlieir hroilier. M. Mnoix of Si I drift, teslified. llohidoiix h inlh five feet lall and much old loi'ia. out of Imsiness u.....her of years I'l.-irui iim-t on a c if jinmi' .1. i' "i.lic sentences Mr. Ileilth was maior of victoria illK "mvict lo I sad-fareil man of about 130 ponniK it tin Victoria News of Long Ago elm Tn Pirrru ilimit IED TO SAFETY -his e.vniuinliie trial WHFN HHMF TinCn nUlFlL DUnllO H.etr father had Koiic n.hnu xpedition to Ihe island on thc.uCi Iwkiinnl anil ald-fasloneil ami ei-noon of the doulde slayini; ami X. J.. Dee. i ll. viH. a kimlly egression m.d [h( weie sreeied hy Uohidoiix ind in male Imiinils n-iilimt! hiiideriui; p ;ire. selling ,mt most of iheini''u''r names lie is of mmles, I w'ili l'is own hands. ror Peiired a short lime ]ali.r Mr. Henry Hansibild had a AT THE PRESENT time (he of the delay-oil luves to American railroads have 'in -run- j Ituanl and iviiiilled their fines. on scientific snbjceis and .friends Saturday nlnlit last Thev Kale invesimen, nf more iban 5M, th" "i- fo.-: iJii'i.lMHi.liuii. llie largest in hislory. :l and II f 'im J-T.WO in t railroads iiiaiis-1 liiimeni. beaiiim nuwers from '''lease fie.m jail hli: a Kat. Vork here hond with number-' lll'illi.-d il of j tJovf l nm.'iil lit- liad >ili .-d.-d in lird.li nK-ar u-yiiis Io day. of MutiiRord.i Milkdl-M. crossed inio .Siberia and i; uil.i.is hy liis hal O" Kfiday of last w, "ff Intudred and ..j-bu-viUil as snrelies. j 'IV'V a down OUT bis f...... aMuM eo.e of the bis lean, i, IfobiilmiK lived in Mala. id Ihe expense of standards of .-erv- j ;l" Tele i; le >d his h.ok standing _lT __ Ilic track and ,1 County and is said to hear i.-e. New ,apllal was imiircd iii. j "'as him his apiuveii! -Mi'. .V- ICleip's nWi., miid lejmuilioii there anil al-., Kiiniimii'ii! iva.. or iniprov-j Vvv Clown ,-1 Tin- asmis n-ii-'" lead Ir, til., belli.f in lo look 7C RfnGPCC TfinAVi -V'irils '-v I'l'evionsly Hw( )i- did i.ot i.. In hi, U "l-UniXO lUUfi I aeidein i, -i.K-d. In the of cie.iiiinu ratt Vi-oiii Ihe Colorado Uii.'i-. lie b.is an inleieslinic f.un ii> "l Iwo sons and one fil.d and dirccll, or dlrcelly from railroad Ml, U. S. REMINDS RUSSIA T WEATHER REPURT years, remclnliovim; the l.itand-i _ to Itussia nnd miss service of the uillsl i ol' .heir oh oi J.J" -i, 36 DEGREES TODAY; FROST TO COAST IS TOESOAY FORECAST i.'inv; fishinu in wilh smh a small. InoVc'i.siv in.-.-i ,..M "r" --lay two rohlist yonn iu a fair Hi; I'.ondei'nient nnii) Kolij i li.v i-.-lalcd niinute FiBSfSESSIONlF NEW CONGBESS HELD---" T f e: t'i in ''Ol'lc.' is ,v on loniv-hi and Tuesday. a Tile il S'ltnl.'iy U'.irni inndy Iiilint V 'be ''I, l.v Ion, I-- .he-Va-i "o I' Wil" be i "V Hid i> an liouor m.idiiale "of Ric The oilu-v lives :it Iv'iKtown. His is a-isj-t- i'.lll easnier ni 111.' liaak of c'cnnvil on j...... ,'ti'l on island, where he was 'en aaaed in fisliim iind maskra! A silll fonaii (C'oullnucO. un pajju
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