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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 18, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyei Filled DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optomelrisl 008-10 Welder Blclfl. Phono VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION TOR FUKNJTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Phone 1 Si) HM French, Publisher, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY. SECOND, SOUTHWCSF IN GF.NERAL. VICTORIA DAU.Y ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 13. 19297 Subicription: Per Annum NUMBER 110 Timely Topics UOVE OF truth will htcss the ffit.ffli'lnv-tr i'-ll llis days; -yei when In: feiffit his fair faced] bride, she (nines empty handed to1 bis douv, herncli' hi-r only dower READING IS bccojiiinfv inuri! ai K l.nmie m, tarios of 111..-: trmrnm 11 iniMMnrO _ Nation, and w.th comes ADVANCES ninivt mhklM......( iii'i'ii-ullur.. C4i J8 Nation, reading comes UKIAN AUVANUCO U F1 T 1 T-. I THAT GAS is Man WhoUamesne shranklm Testifies for Defense "rk in CAUSE OF ROOT ROT x life? I'lantei- carried On- fol-, _____ low-Ins Interest iut; acconnl ahi.ut; mt js am_ (s i IK- Mi'W.SDJJiH'l" J itr-cs imm> Hum io a IUDKUS I5 EfFOBT Id "It is reuurkable that a is of and wnnseoicHl malillls. apparent us a iiewspapcr sltould subject. not luive established unlit j A, WUH overwork- lvvo liuinli'dl years after thu illsi-overy of .idea was abandinied when II was ?j ''The. first newpapL-r .was issued that plants which root deep- towivvcl .the close Hie vi-isjn of ly, espeuially cotti.n. am nffccu-d .lames the- first, and was published liy it as on new lam! as In P4i: by a man named nutter., fields thai have been cultivated for This luan had been a 'Hired letter .vciir.i. feriuiii niiueruls in (he. ivrlter in the employ of soils nexi ivere tdamed and 1'ota- 11113 country His bnsi-i (ion of mired u-ltliont effec- ness was in pick up the news of live resnlls- ___ _ London and semi u written sheet is (I IL Uil'llOrll I nf it weekly in his employers. Tim I'svn'ully Imrne hy lln- fait thai J j j) (jj I 'llimuslil struck him hf niiKlM.j1" scelimi of Victoria County 1 UM IllU iaiUlluLl Fifty-Seven Bodies Taken From Oklahoma Mine! 1 .-.ii m Him IIL serve llis customers more j l''ere are known io hi mid, enlarge his bnsincs.-s indefi-' lout rot is mosi prevalent, "ii'iely hy prinliiiR instead nt writ. especially in wet seasons, when ihe his sheets. .M first he met with belter chance to reach Illlle encmmij.'cinent. The 1' is "lijo known that are nut a people foud of iiiiiovic w'-'11 "efini-.l fault lins-s, par- liens, and th, old ntunnscript lee-1 MnM In DESERTED HER ON WAY slit-els were senerally 1111! -------_ led. lUllter's was h ''J .luhnsou made j K" it :i hull lit his ridk-c.lc in llis' coracdv "The Staple News" Af- hfc! "ls :MaiTy Will H-r some time the invention EIVIIIK UKi-iuulliii-ul experts an ini- Picttiresquc Story of Starting with Girl for Parson's 'Home. Says He Got Disgusted When She Didn'f Want to better apprised, and MOJJ.NTAIKVIKW. Art., l.cc. !S. W, papers increased in merit who claim, ti. be H numbers. OL the oi Connie n-iinklin, allcsed by .Slmm tin; first moniiiiir appeared in London. fnm nnMTQIQIlTlftRIO TO time discussion wr.s comljinod wilh UUlt I mUU I lUllO I U UNITED CHARITIES pfe t-oiiIiiKMl themselves entirely officers 16 have been slain near here la.st .March witness Klanil here today at the trial of four tneit for his- altered murder. The defense's 'Connie Franklin (nlil a niiitnresnne story of siarlins; narration of events. .More than one i editor hail been severely pnuished ADC KjnT WHMCDnil? slov-v "f fen- printing news about Ihe -ov-] MflL- "U I nulilCilUUO lo house with Tillie eminent So laic- as 1710 i lad of! _____ Umniner. Iti-yeav-old mountain sirl. nineteen had Jiecii hui.ff for If the Charities is u, dis- "as )l.hlnB nn at-ainsf heredi- trihiue. baskets the poor and aml .......l lo llealh- Hc KM llu (.try risht. need of -m.- ini uus nnsunas ..T, ilissusltcl because Til t- didn't want The newspaper did not iak'- iis more contributions tlnui those al- to marry him and then Mi. visiting position in the word niuil thei ready received will have be l 'he vicinity uf Italesville, and line of Addisoa. and Switi. inese men hcKan to write for j Despite a prominent appeal for wiUl they were followed by tnnds to replenish ihe fivoke and. in a later by j (ion's depleted treasury, very few I C I IfllllC Tfl ius. then the i-nhlic press tool, a have been reieiveit. DttViLLt LlUNo 1U ifflTIIEIIS Mexican Government Closes Border City as Port of Entry. I JGOVERNOR MOODY ACTS Wires Secretary Stm'ison, Who is Said to View Matter as Local One Bf rRITmirinrni wuuterasLocalOne L Li UHonJ tJUDJU-.J I'cr.sistciil riimor.-; are cnireiif to- i I'lay that uf Dtitiid 1 Bodies So Badly Burned A- A ll" I Identification is Uifly position, one which it ifincc and iuci DOCTOR, "Voiu lever ratienl. "When it iU't MIES ARE LOO Wi SPONSOR SHOW FOR TO ARRIVAL! CHRISTMAS FUNDS 'w! OF SANTA SATURDAY j l.iou (if city is iiis i> IntilvoiL d( i'Stv (oustmnlv i 1 [ion tor iiirc looking foruv.nl in 1 malincc' ;it the 16 TO 24 OEGREES THORSOAY MORNING r.f t hnstmas fiiml. 1 lie pcrfonnuni'i' WEATHER MAN I fellow riiini .Vorlh I'ol. I tlMlif-c-d Ihe Lions Clnlis- Ii The temp, raturo from n fm.s nf M ilruivcs in ;ivfi> Vv'uliw nro now aJ work Hrit inj; tickets. A fuU is ttntu-i IKttiMl. mtufmuni nf :W ox' I fJSrrT lo lihn :il the 5buUlo WILL Ifltti ilt't-JincN _ SATURDAY TO PLAN FOniyiEB VICTORIAN NEW YEARS AFFAIR WILL GREET PEOPLE to lieins; pr-' cohlcsl w-eiilher expericnc was a tc--v w .CROWD SURROUNDS MINE if ex-President Clutaun Kli.is Cal of .Mexico, which hi might iibont the of the MIMC.IU con sniate here and the UOMUC; I.iii-odo as a Mexican poll of enti> hy the .Mexican COM HIIIU.IU ,i-- ,i relalintfiry measure An ayri-cniem tlie l.arc- i iln Chamber of Cimnncrce and Mex- J ico fur tnnrisis to Nuevo'L.i- redo without passport-, disvupleil and Niievo Lnt-do uoiinced iis from pji lieipati'jn in Laredo 5 .iunit.il tele- I Believed Spark from Cut- tincj Machine Caused Disaster. JI.eALKSTMH. Okla., IK'c. a. m. May SIMIIC 201) i rescue workers had bronchi r.7 i bodies of victims .from the Oil Toivn .coal' mine, an jlu-.-illon on Wiisliingtoifs .tiiMi ill II u'cliirk yesterday tiiiloinli-J TniffiV- licimwn the two L.ireiioa ed iippi-o.viinately miners. icootluues unhilen-upieii hut i-o .Most of (he victims; were had-1 purcliascs on the AineiK.ui side ol jly hurneil Hint identifiealion wasi'l'e Hio (iranile will In- passed to Victoria News of Long Ago LOCAL DOTS safc A (listi-e.s-.sini; accident occurred j while the niarkel men will Cilhen and liailey's mills on iiuvc additional rest, iiiiturday last in which Mr. otto t o l-'iek, one of the workmen, his A pt-rmaiicnt hasehall prounil is left ham! iriRhlfnlly mangled, lie. .to tic cstiOdislied in tlie Scluietzc-n a jointer when hyjl'tirk. A very sond idea and one some means he cannot accrnml fnrithai the boys will appreciate, his hand was cailKht by Ihn luachin- I ery anil in ji, nuimoiii the mischief) people ;ire (no prone was dune. A physician wns ii.-iincd- i I severely criticize pnhlic enter- ialely called and ihe injured mem-1 prises which arc entered into for dressed, it-is to he honed puhlic. tvr instance, we have s'M'nl and indiistrions 5011115 man ;lic.ivd tin little said inn- slrec! may tun In- permanently crippled.; railway. xow. (his evidence nf Tills is the third ai-cident of a in Vicloria is an cvideiK-o similr.r chili-actor that has! occnrreil uf puhlie siiirit which merits the a' this mill, in om- of whidi lushest (iinimundatiiin nf those llailey. junior memljcr of tin-' Kcnllemi-ii who have invesied a firm, lust part o; a finder, and .Mr. Jarce sum of money in and S'oan has a disablei! ihumb. it. and every pcrton who friend to Victoria should Tlie rank of weeds in Ilie i- by word and deed his cniour- is simply wonderful. !a--eim-nt. The company has nsked a a no unreasonable itnlitl. A five occnrreil JKCIICC, thnnsli Ihuy di.l not experi d.iikies a few days since. :it In he a bonanza when llu-y cstali v Inch male and female   U i i w'1't'1' Secreiary uf Slate -All Siiulh America today j fJUlJO I UN lU VALLtl Hlims011 governor remtfsl- iwaileil an oppintniiilv io wi-lcome led that official lo use his official (1M Tfi RP Un I U DL ULHU 1 I of altitude by (he Mi alithoil _____ (ties inward l-anulu whuh w is Mlf deep hatred not olih fin iiic I1'1" "f'ieials, who I have- eiidiired his insults." En- i-i'inc consul Kt'ner.if. i deciared. (Jovernor iiuerveiiinic at the reipicsi of L11 ciio biiMnc" men. wired Secrclary uf Slate awaileil an opportunity lo wi-lcrinu Major l.arre limits l.ieut. (lhalk's. the ihirini! pair of airmen sncccssfnlly till' South In iheir allenipt to fly from Seville. Spain, to Mont" (Hotision Oiroaicl'.'l .Sooth Texas clrciim of-mauy nvtriipnlis, do'vn video. only io be forced' .'irs down at in ihe will! .Mara- j, enjA region of lirazil. through the coastal to the Ilio Allh.Miirli their powerful single- famoin motored plane Unit kepi then, atoft {m. ils M-hours was hadly damaged. Ihe I rnuiiayan tnajor eineired virtual- fciins fi'nin "ihii ;utimis of an in from AX'nsU- itl.Klnn slilhMl tlKlt to vii-w Hit- m-itit'ra.< a hiridfJi! i'uil not Jiilt'rJ'c'fo, Frenchman, is under in bronchi from San Antonio lo Naial fl" Hie fliers will ..increle iiaviui! ,m HiKli-j Tuesday, from Victoria to llollad' ll'ttlOl lilf IIII'IS tllil here Montevideo. l." Kuss is uf StaU- strnisott ;i-tkrd Gov- i-i nu" m Tukt! up with" itie JioxifJiii the matter of tnnsulivtn Uiu e. pan tons ilMtam-.c tele- Twin-minus awiili idem 1''niy' hut Tnosdaj- witd sjinri tin this of Ull, cJmm, ;iint of rotnmrrro, to like for alt ScuttTs xvl'" loVidmiaal I: in. at th, In serve the slndins of Snnthern depoi inv: Slahl. -W. ilinl ;a ;i liu.il j liy' hi r inothev. Mrs. Sotomon sisters. ,1. A. auil Uiniin Slulinn JM ;is hns- ('ulilinin i-i? WEATHER REPORT i Mr. A. 1-ield Lilled ;1 hadjcr jlnj Ulll I Saturday last. U AflA WiLL UAOC i- 'he iir.-t one ever seen in this so M known. She wa. of Tcmpcratni e fonr 10 o! Klahl pinn, cr; Miss is de.llers of this place. Ill-j Vevv .-nlhltsiaMie abonl Ihe lo sixteen ileuiees in ihe illlelior ii.s tin- widow of liavlil S'lalil. I-'nnenil services were, held "1'ues- nun i-.ppeai'id in lasr on Ihe Sinie last Thursday (lie UK n! aiiKini; Hie m.-irketmeu not to ilil. r 10 dining (he OVCIU'IIKS has in-en in effcil. We mvst now our meat in tin- morniniis. Thi-- is i i rule for the ?nmmer months. Iraffi'- ii ill pi The city's pnor will be afforded VDAKC.M. is T. iv. lo see snuia flails a j Mrian. of the YwrtMrn and .e.eive some of his died hen- Tue.siay II- Hi, fellow ,on.es here n I a illm-3s. STILL OCCUPYING f j i-i'i" -i' i" iii nil i in' i I y-ioUr day al Ihe re.-iileiuc with inier-jSunday's chvoi-ich- below Miss Els-Jo twemy-siv in danile mcnt in the Jewish e-meli ry In-re. llmry's picinre. I'lnh. biive hiitthd mn.l, impass- Willi.iin and Xun The Ara will contest IMS.- is still V-'hilc in illy. Saint Nicholas al-le a )Mil of the time, ri'tier-tl services Ihe Vhioria lilstrh-l w'ill ''e slationvd al the Sonlhevn their cifort in ni.unt.iin loiu.ict will I....... he case is hohii- hiol Iv.cific l.im-s si.ithiM. witii e.-i.ii nth.-r. and ;V'm.dci' aiispi diiesday aftenuxw f ihe" Masoiiic will distribute toys, c.ind- times (omnlote rcromitij: of travel. Jurder. Itcv. K. f. McDonald, as- .is n is inn safe to r.icat. over, a jury and probably will not where win .iisirioiite toys, c.ind- times (omnlctc reroutiu- Of trivcl uii-'lit. unless it ishc.pt iu ,-cfri.sor.i. he io, and fruits from :t large Christ- have .-ulded heavily to liu- ,-f the Kii-t IVinti-l OhuVdi tors. ;i-Hl as many do will adjimrn for the term mas tha, will h, erected ospo- h-'weea Sv-r, hv-ali-U-ill oduiate -vt ,t Hi.' .hare such conveniences, Ihey c-.tn I Saturday.- (cially for the occasion. I home.   

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