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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 10, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                I i w-fff iii lit-- i4 m Eytt filled DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 009-10 Welder Bldu. Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR ILasy Terms Phone 159 aco, H. French, Publisher, VOLUKE32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLST IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 10, 1929. NUMBER 103 Timely Topics SILENCE IS I Iii' true friend wlm WHEN, IN some: future I'l-Hiitry, hi.slorv of our lime is written, gunil roiiils movi'incul must lie lllirli nf Hie cl'eilll fur lllo -V 'ife progress eiviUxatiuii lias Provincial America is.no ll "rive, -'W imii'i! Sfcfw'' nf territory i-iiii lie covered.   "i 'Vi ft, mis fiin- fniil. Kr'.'K; II Ims created closer social ;nul WHEN POSTMASTER j Victoria to Have Another Chain Dry Goods Store COMMITS SUiGlDE! x H w x w pie uf different I'ltk-s anil suites anil knitted us inure Thinly le or us a niilluii. Tin.' shun, distiiii'- (ions Ilial mice. exislKil IK-IIVCI-II A anil rural America have all Tin: Kuiid mails movement in w-jlli tiiiTinisint; memifiilmii. Morn mill mure sliiniiiK liiitliwu.vs Icmpl trnvi'ler'lo invesiiKaie Illlltllllivil [llilCCS. It WOlll'l licit III: nil o.xufwration to say that Ibc ruiiils movement and American civi- proKi'i'iis SOMEONE HAS flsmvil il nut lln- leJi.-phoiie wires I'niU'il El Campo Jubilant Over Work on Highway 71 I'l-hliy men Hint; Hint Charles tlFIVEMEYEflBS srf; FOR MARVIN SMITH, MAKING TOTAL 20 r.-itlmhV m llefnjiio Fii day afternoon. November :W. "I'nrU1 OlmvlLu" a if County, his ijiiivhls IIK liecn antoiiK Hie jiLoiuiL-r t-Hf-j ;eiishijt tluf conn I y, Ik- j lit' sou uf Musus I1', ami who num- to j in the enrly days. KiisiiiK a mxc family tif children, (lie do-' nf whom now livr iu this! nf the Al afce of IS yt-ars "Hnelej ('Inn He'' hoeaino a (mil driver, and 'went tlu1 truit" 'aoruus (he In- av t Kit ,TH in I ho iifiiirciiiiiiry oti Hiiitly In Ihrcti of !SS 10 ceecled by Branch of Na- tional Dollar Stores. iliiiii tcniioiy to tiiiirlii-i. His lu-iuli-j PRICES NOT OVER i i'l', Jdlin Siiniisoll. n anil i inn siniiison was ii im'mii.-i'j Gaitz to Take Charcje of New! i, 1............ Concern After Closing nf tin- Olii 'I'rail Drivel's' Assiu-iii- lidii jitul li.'id Oinili'ilniieil ;i imimn-i j n ot i of ll.u early days of HallBP StOCk. as Ii) Hie rionecr mill Old Trail Drivers' Simiisoli .Jitcojj C'ittlz lias [Hirchast'd Hie slock of the Hullcr Dry fiiitnls Com- posimas- lli or at ItcfiiKi" for SS ytiire at die' of i Imp of liis ilenlli. lie was u viciorijt. 1 I'ocoJvf'ft i en years -._---. in t1uj first i-anc and five years (jatrh li l.nhliian.in [.olitles. anil tlnrlng wij, Cliarlie" al wiM rters uf the llalk-r tho other iiostninstci-. Simiiscm'KJ ij( Xalinnal "Iffl Smllb was ii-i..il firsi hi was iniihjhiK, Vovmerly .known as iliu linn with Ihr tif U. Wtijt-; Ciovclaiul niul Sons' wafulnniH'.1, was avve.stiMi when thi- (JiMim'ei't-tJ sDiiif- iJ-r-i'H liis src-iiiul Inul lor tlui if. 1'eivoU'vitii filling ;intl liis iliirtl riinvU-tioii eunt-i-rnoil rub Ivry of Schiu-hovt's .1. Uaf.-, is just as anlcut ;i hnihlinii, locatoil at UK- f iH-innciat as Sinipsmi a Kciiuh- ,.onior iH-iin. Simpson always nuiiK-il Xll friiMHl. JmlKe UR assistant of As tliiuua tuniod oiU, iivo when Hit- Dcino.-rats managed (o Mr is With his i ok-ci ;i imci; hi a life- time, Uae pDHUnaslrr, anil into 1 Union ami Pythias fidelity. tiu: upponileil Tdck1 ii.ssKsiaiil pDNtmusliT. lit lesli- finl Smith ad'-inpied in ntiafk Jailor Uk-hiinl A. llo.ian in i-lfucl liis t'sirniH! from the Victoria jail ;iin' frnni the Vicloria jail. vf.jr, is llJills, Tcxiis, :IIK( lit- a U-rui fnv Suln the conduit uf tlie (Jranil Leailor Dry Store in this city. .1. M. llallur, one uf the fi.umlers iind for many years iiroin-ie.ior ui" Health Greeting Success of Colorado County Bond Issue Makes Com- pletion Certain. FEDERAL AID CERTAIN i Graded in Most Counties and Paviritj Under Way in 1 Matacjorda County, jnliilanl over lilt .imistnjtls fur the sticedy eonslrnnlioii nf llt-lnvay .No. Ti. rnini Austin tliroujill Sinilhvllle.. Lalirtincr. Co lunilins, Kl ('ainpo ;ind Illusslii" to j l..ulouido <'oinuy voted a lhe ImildiiiK uf ils section of tliis from Austin to Ihu Colcrailo L'oiin ty line thloiiKh Travis, Ikistroii ami State Highway Commission to Hold Monthly Meet- ing Same Day. GRANT HEARING Designation of Gap Between Victoria and HalleUs- ville Desired. TJji' -N'uj'lli anil South Ilisli- xvay Assofiatiost, ill toria early in will HR-L-I at the Drfskill lintel In Austin nust December 10 o'clock, according to a tiili issa- hy il. Muyer of Hofkclak', uf Uic Tilt- aim of the is" llio nsinifiiuti of a direct from Xortli uail C'vniviil Texan, to ChrisU anrl the Lower llio (Iraiule N'allyy. Severn] us already IniiH, pariially linisrovod or d In he Imilt will he usud. as L-oniiectins links. Thvao fnlhiw- iiirliite from TilJsbovo via CLUIICVDH. Uockdalp, I i villc ttt Victoria and Kefngio, puivil- (lie tnct'tdiaii. A( u, tot-ia Xoo, 113. and n7 iifforc] direct ronte.-i to va- rious points lo tilt1 The only and unim- proved sect inn of the projxjsi'd' rnule hotsviHui llallcttsvilh' and fillinj; p vvuuUI slionon tlie of Victoria News of Long Ago BflTARIANS-SEEJND .HEAR'-SPlSHDiD TALKS from Xiu-Ui and Soulli Texas 50 to 75 nulos fvtmi niany puintH and this l-'iiyelte Cininties iintl from t'atn- [io I" tin' Malayorila foinny line, j newly niul tile strelch in Coun- ty is lieini; imvuil. Sni-veys 1 lieiiJK made in County the prliu'ijKtl concern of the rpunfzoii [IK at Aiunln will IJL- tlie same day as the regular month- ly meetinjr of the State Imi-Blary from County unwr I'veiy inornini; at iilinllt five: Sjc.U' wlii'li In' t'srapiMl from Hi' ami lii'San inltlins; thi-j TELEGBAPHIC 8BIEFS ilntlll of Mrs. .1. l.ollstalot al lior .SnlM.Twd.nllH.iU'i'easi.Onnil.lmlse Hailer Ury CoraiKiny. lias 'uot'Ml -UiOl'T TOIVX. tlie llorriWy asonizint: yells- ami! S MJ1 HDPUCCTD A K' Colorailo Mr the IHinu.se of Ua, men senvil as RWU OnUW UnUntO I h A U i, i, 'rallj" Her liushel ami luleil luy al fiom tlieir Ihroats with sui'ii snrveyinx will start in Colo-j mission. TI..' i-i.unty ami iHakerii's uf Sun Antonio. .rents IK-I ion iinunils. in ennllini; effei-t us to tnakv tlie Ailiiresses t.y Atlilciic DIHM-tor Coimiy in tlie eonrse   of ihe Ci.amher of Commerce, will ,lhe irovenimeiU always tallieil to .levils is nn pleasant llf; so uvo-thlnl.s ean VU loria. ,llii' ami IIP w.i.s ii'i-MKii'ii Kermison oi lhe AUeiihor-' mid drive people int.i Hie street, j rVom Tile Aiivocate of .Iniu: s. ISW. ]H.U !lt j Hulk'Usvillc. is the .....y county 1 l-atln-r Hasten lepoi-HicI lllal lhe Hotel Denver. a A- I .nljuiiiinj; omul, jhjt Coai-li Adams, ilu.' ani-.si of V. I) l- hail nceiijim., nll direct highway eonaectiDii Merc ev, rriunineiii "'i an inspirin, the moral snii. Vi, U.ria a lar.e for of ,-iiy victims were an neneii nnu IM-I-I.I Wils iiHiiher aad voii mm UI i linil I sboiilil the various lnlm'' as pan of a dir.-i-t norili "irvlvMl birs. Willhm 1- ToniHnson. whose i tinilarlv a, ami sl.an.e Q FK N OKLAHOmA the -l.! lieenmes so a." Mr. ;t was In-eanse the Ihul, wmils ii.id Mrs_ wmi.lln M_ u, ilie pei-nliiir noise as immvssioi, snn.H fan-: to from the nilieA. o- Mr, A. for I, Kion, hero of FUPRYTHIWH IQ !W 'vr Chevrole. Conuninv. ham ,1-i.i U-aniv is ilH eleven in HiL.v tVtn I tlMU 10 IN 1 '-r: READINESS FOR THE 'SIMMONS'TRIAL Af IHM-SOIIS. tile men ami tour MllUj-Y Aufl fltt h Hie mends anil .ir.liii.'inci- Ins visli To Klwiiln. Tlie nr, vonu'ii.los, their lives in a "lUllLl snil (1, I'.-u.s was many -M nlOUrTnlll irinUr; A RRANGF HE AYEO i''-''; laelllar fire whirl, ll.'Slloved Ilie rnn n 1 OlIIUMCt of her su.Nh'a brick nmsu.lly DHolVLl DAli LtAUULi LH ULLH I LU FOR LAVAGA CHANNEL s...... i, was sivea ____ cnv snouts will F- in DU f OUUU 10 KV'Ll, !ml, .....I niilil May ,vas I ".I.'- army ias, nPnlnr UnUI TMCV ami ilu '1.11, J skits .1. l.nin; Mo, ,an enu-l lh" tlia! "f'M' Tlie IMIIas are trying lo fmi.res. UtblUt nUW lilt I and liri.i.e This ,vere of a I'- -Siim.mns. former vame wanlen of man recommendations for] I ,be r 1 1 i, was f fiilcnritiiiiril VIMV-.' Si-rvirr) 1 KoVt'l'llllK'nl iis n Kighlccn nersons losl their lives j niul ten otliers were inoliahly fa j Siniiison was mailieil one time, tally injured in a iinssciiyci iriiin j "is wifi; ilyins lint a few years all- wreck near .Viiimir. Tlie'er Iheir inania.Ke. lie reinailieil victims were all Vreneli mill wiilower for a quarter of a cell- lisliiinlnih- lhe hciinty ot us; II n.ine in Kiaiiklin, Unit morn. are none so VIPTHRIA Mll'' ill.-. iilile as Ihe i.eai'ii'k. because of ils MlUllll 111 f'U I UFliH. pnrt tlial the of the- city S in iin alley. lie Wiis wound-i work to he ih.nr on Tews ril six hours previously iu a v.ili wafi ivays. Il is noticed witlij her. I'. It. Sju inser. ill us- j salisf.icli.in lliat (lie watei- said lie .shin a mini ivli.ii way from I'ass Cavallo to Port WILL SPEND A ni.....1 of iiu' Hoy Si-ouis nf Vii- i MI in luuitli-d 11.1 nif a very .1. T. oi ri-i- .Mr. I-XifJ- i.-JN i) oil :i liumiii-i1 ol" neeiisinn.-. ;nu imiuy an If -r r-.1 202- WOBKEHS KILLED IN N. Y. ACCIDENTS Anslin Friibiy. will receive tin ma-] jtirily ami' minority reports of poll will recommend tlie iueali ol' ii'intson industrial phinl Iri miles of Ansiin. Kivc hundrcil r. S merjii' n route to llalli to Hie sha Itov Seont in Viclo in in my utfi lli Si.'le ihnin- O, -ohei. iLi-cordiivj i.> for, Tliv i'. flii! ii hn- ilal.i .iust eompilevl Uy V'rain, 1'i-r- lo luaiu1 ;u l wle-n il snhrlilincil Hie kins, iiulnsiii.il liin-coiictl and no! ilisasreeatile '10 Tiiis VMIS all incrcasn of 2T m.-r coniolivo whistles now lu use lot 'the same month :i veal HEIJ. ;1 of eaeli of Hie seven clubs. tlie' chaiilnan ami secrelai) emide'eil t v.'eie U'.oil. a uir-'tiliv in ill" 1 The Kolaiy flu l.-tma. tree will Hall. j i be In-M on S. I'. L'loaM'i-. n.-.ir Mi.' .cer sl.Uidli. on Moininy 'I'Vi-tiina, iKn-aiii'i it. liciMmiiiii: al K'cloch. Ii .vili In for Tin- .-cl.eiluie calls (or inv ihis we.'k ami lie- inlo niKiilion for s ihe WEATHER REPORT Texas--Tar' ly and nesday. Slim-.- ;iinl IMui SVelilej 111 i Soittln-t u ttii ami .limi'M (leu-e Tin- fitsi liaiiu- ill M'r-l, i In; iiiiine I n I'Jomjtlly ;H oYUn'X. If a H is not nn lime, ilie liMin n'-j reives Uu- liy fortVn. !1 Tin- iiiaiU-i' uf a rt'i'erev1 left ji up to ifu- irhia! thtliA Ii- was witii iif llnd iu Sail I'a COHTRACTBlEf FOR RESTORATION OFRAIN HOME u'san ilii1 work Monil.iv. The ion   

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