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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 29 March 1928

American Legion to Hold Big Re-Union o Ffom American Legion National Con- vention Bureau, Center Hotel, San 'Antonio, Texas . San Antonio, Tex.,March 29—Mem- bers of the famous Ninetieth Division, made up of Texas and Oklahoma men, will hold a reunion at San Antonio during the national convention of the American Legion here October 8 to 12. Preliminary arrangements for hold- ing the reunion were made here recently by Arthur J. Reinhart, street commissioner of Dallas, president of the Ninetieth Division Association and W. C. Menton, also of Dallas, sec- retary, with the Legion convention bureau here. The reunion will be in the nature of a visit to the old division's training camp, as the Ninetieth was trained at Camp Travis at San Ontanio. Major Slyvan Lang, of San Antonio, was appointed general chairman of the arrangements committee for the reunion. Joe Sheldon, aslo of San Antonio, is vice chairman. Major General Henry T. Allen, of Louisville, war-time commander of the division, wi...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 29 March 1928

-smssm I aster Fashions DRESSES Received new this week—an exceptionally delightful group of Georgette and Flat Crepe Dresses, in the new and wanted shades. Specially priced at— $10.00 and $15.00 MILLINERY Easter modes in charming new Hats re- ceived this week. Here you buy two hats for the price of one — $1.95 — $2.49— $$2.98 SEWING SPECIALS 5 yds. Crepe Lingerie make Undies, $1.00 5 yds. 36-in. Pajama Checks, white, $1.00 4 yards 36-inch Linen Suiting, good range of colors $1.00 3 yards 36-inch Satin Stripe Madras Shirting $1.00 SHOE HEALTH Know the joy of shoe health this Easter by hav- ing your feet properly fit- ted from nerve strain in a oair of combination arch suooort shoes for men and wonien. They cost less, counting service t>lus comfort. H ^ MEN'S EXTRA TROUSERS Men's and young men's Trousers.' A com- plete line tailored to fit and priced to please for quality— $2.98 to $7.50 MEN'S SPRING SUITS AND HATS —are here, and we invite, you to come in try on and inspect the qua...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

> IH'), And Commonwealth — i ! •. i11 THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1928. NUMBER 2 " " County Granted Road Aid Gas Franchise Granted to Ralph E. Davis, Geologist At a called meeting of the city council Friday, a gas franchise was granted to Ralph E. Davis of Pitts- burgh, Penn., a noted geologist. The franchise calls for operation within 60 days, four months being given for testing and developing the gas field in Walker county. At the expiration to develope gas in this field, he is to be allowed six months mori! time to bring gas from other fields. An expenditure of between $60,000 and $75,000 in Walker county in the next few months will be made. Mr. Davis is financially able to do this development and will have full res- ponsibility for the gas development in Walker county,Mayor Ball says. He is to pay the city $100 franchise tax a year. Mr. Davis is throughly sold on the gas possibilities in Walker county and has received reports from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

PROGRESS IN MINING INDUSTRY o It is said that greater progress has been made in the past year in devel- oping cheap and efficient processes for saving the values in low-grade ores, than in any other year in the mining history of America. The day of (Continuation From Last Week) THURSDAY— 10 to 12 a. m. Three Thirty-five guesswork mining is gone; in its place minute sermons: PROGRAM OF CHURCH OF CHRIST MEET APRIL FIFTH TO 8th INCLUSIVE o comes scientific skill that takes the old dumps that broke the backs and the bank accounts of the early giants, and turns them into profit. Leading industries of the nation are dependent upon the successful opera- tion of western metal mining, and are vitally interested in state and nation- al policies which encourage mining operations. IMPORTANCE OF MINING In a recent address, Herbert Hoover commented upon the economic impor-! Christian Must Forego"—J. W. Bal- The Requirments for a Model Lord's Day Bible School."—JesseP. Sewell. "My Experience with ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

WE PLEAD RELIEF o We have always entertained a high regard for the ingenuity of man. This regard has been inspired by a con- templation of man's achievements. His wonderful creation in the world of mechines, his marvelous produc- tion of machines which function with seemingly human intelligence and matchless precision, machines ranging in size from the smallest watch to the great printing presses and intricate • shop machinery or the more sensitive and delicate instruments of science and the laboratory. We have halted often to admire the product of these children of man's brain until as we say there has come to us a high ad- miration for man's ingenuity. But there is one field which while it af- fords opportunity for a distinct ser- vice to the race, has as far as we have been able to learn, been neglected. Nothing has been done in it. Either the problem has no solution or atten- tion has never been given to it. We refer to a substitute for the suspend- • er. True there is the belt—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candidates for State, Dis- trict, County and Precinct offices, subject to the Democratic Primary in July: District Judge, 12th District: S. W. DEAN County Judge: W. L. ROBINSON, W. V. JONES, J. M. ROBERTS, For County Clerk: V. MAYNARD, MORRIS BYERS, War County Treasurer: T. H. WREN, MRS. RUTH PARK, JOHN LINDLEY, For Sheriff: C. B. ANDERSON, J. R. GIBSON For Tax Assessor: W. D. EVANS, J. H. (Jim) WALTON, LLOYD WHITMIRE, For Tax Collector: C. W. McVEY, Sr., J. A. FANNIN, R. H. EPPS, MACE THOMPSON, For District Clerk: RUBY BROADWAY, R. A. WAKEFIELD, For County Superintendent: S. F. HOKE, CLIFFORD H. BROWN, "VIRGIL FORD, For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: O. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, R. B. BULLARD, Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 1: O. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, For Commissioner, Precinct No. 2: J. W. KITTLEBAND, E. A. McCORQUODALE, For Commissioner, Precinct No. 3: J. F. FANNIN, For Comissioner, Precinct No. 4: F. M. SANDERS, H. C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

TRAFFIC REGULATION PROBLEM FOR FUTURE BY 1935 the United States will have on. its streets and highways from 30,000,000 to 35,000,000 register- ed motor vehicles. How can we ac- comodate that great army of passen- ger cars, trucks and buses? In the centers of our large cities more of the rail traffic will be under- ground. In some sities the surface car will give way to the bus. In others the street car will be taken off the streets and put in underground tunnels. Elevateds for overhead trains will be torn down. Subways will be substituted. Streets will be out inconvenience by making side- walks narrower. More boulevard widened where it can be done with- systems will be laid out. Arterial highways will be constructed. Separation of grades is another step. Note how motor cars Park evenue get around the Grand Central Station in New Yory City. An over- head motorway extends from Park avenue and 40th street to Park avenue and 45th. Imagine the congestion at Pershing Square without such g...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

The Madiionville Meteor — and Commonwealth — —*■ KNIGHT, Editof and Prop. itoSan In the? county, year *1-50 In thet'county, 6^ months .7o Out oli county, J*ear--- —~ , il Out o£ county, 6 months.--^-— 1.00 JaIU--l' i ,r._ __jmesffssssBsiBss^e^^t Entered as, sscond-clasi matter January 19, 1895, at the post-office in MadisSville, [Texas, under the act of MarcK^, 1879. a.* Notfee of Church services and meet- ings of societies will be published fWe when «o admission fee is charged and no otbfr charge is mad*.' - THURSDAY, APRIL 6 . . r*jrr^. .. (Continued from First Page) * 440-Yard Dash. lst-4Fred Utecht, Willowhole. 3rd-fO. B. Reynolds, Elwood. 4th-i-0. Mosley, North Zulch. 2nd—Jim Gustine, North Zulch. 880-Yard Run. 1st—Martin of George. 2nd—Tucker, Elwood. One Mile Relay. lst-4Elwood. 2nd—North Zulch. FIELD EVENTS. Pole Vault. 1st—M. Dean, Elwood. 2nd—Valinta, North Zulch. 3rd—Kelley, North Zulch; Wilson, George, (tie.) High Jump. 1st—Fred Utecht, Willowhole. 2nd—M. Dean, Elwood. 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

C< '•_ it g j l 'll 1; ■ . ' "'V ' ■ -• v •' « '■ r r-7 m fi i o (Continued from Page Six) Brownlee tract in said block; Thence N 25 W 22 feet to corner on North line q£ said Block; Thence S 65 W with Mud line to the N. E. corner of said tafect above described; Thence S 25 E. with'the "East line of said tract ^20 feet to the place of begin- ning, oontaininff about 2 1-4 acres; all as the oroperty of R. J. Randolph, and being) Ipost generally known as the Rand«(ph land; and on the 1st day of May, 1928, being the 1st Tuesday of said dttudtafiKft of 10 o'clock i on said day, at the "Court House Door of said county, I will offer for sale and sell at public auction, for cash, all the right, title .interest. 6t tittf said R. J. Randolph in and to said property, which he hatd 'afrd owned on the 11th day of December, 1924, and at all times thereafter. Dated at MaiiisonvaU^,.' Taca?, This' May 2nd, 1908.' " "" • :' *'* i 2-3tc. \ - Sheriff, Madison County, Texas. o—■ -' - • THE> STATE ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

! Chesterfield Cigarettes Demand Growing Fast From seven billion smoked in 1922 to twenty-eight billion smoked in 1927 —sales doubled and redoubled all within five years. These are the startling figures announced by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company for their ever-popular Chesterfield Cigarette. This amazing growth, representing 9 gain of 300 per cent, signalizes not only the universal preference of this one particular brand as the popu- lar favorite. It is conservatively estimated that Chesterfield has acquired at least a million new users in a little over a year—certainly convincing proof that finer quality and better taste is sub- stantially recognized by the cigarette smoking public. This genuine testimonial for good tobaccos and good blending is based largely on Chesterfield's pleasing fla- vor and taste. As it is stated in the advertisements, Chesterfields are "mild and yet they satisfy;" in other words, the flavor has -been so skill fully balanced as to eliminate any su...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

WHO WILL PAY FOR SHORTER WEEKS o It has been announced that a deter- mined demand will be made this year for a five day working week. This means the sacrifice of older men, less keenly alert men, victims of past in- dustries accidents, everybody who could not stand the swifter pace. It means a few hours more leisure for the swift, though they pay at a great- er nerve sacrifice and an earlier break- ing point; but it means fewer jobs, with the slower worker a jobless de- relic on every labor market. To maintain present production on a shorter week, is to make no new jobs; it only throws out men who can not get jobs under harder competition. To cut production along with the cut of hours, in order to give new jobs, i3 to increase costs to everybody; a desperate hazard, almost certain to destroy any inductry that tries it. ———o Mr. and Mrs. McGary Burtis of La- Rue have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burtis and other relatives the past few days. McGary says he is doing well in hi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

mm ip • it n. • i t i • i i M I .m Improved Uniform Interns'bnai SundaySchool * Lesson' (Hy nisv. p. a. ivrtwatch. i> l>.. Mnorly nibh «n«tltvt«"f ^ica*0.) (A. I Ml. W tfril N«W#piH>ef Pnloi . Let ton for April S THt RMUArtlCTlON Of J«8U« omaist (tAttf« lissopo IJB8SUN TttXT—Msr* I«:I-10. OOUOBM TJ5XT—8 C«u*« 1 Hve f •AaJI llv# also. mxMAity nmo—jw com## a* L,JVs'*li> rono—carltt KIM! from tt>« Orsvc iNnunoura AND *o SRNIOR ••us, Oar Mvin# Leader, rot/wo trior lis and AOtn/r toi>- lO-ifhs r<r# f of th« KMurrootloa. 1. Ths Ministry «f Levs <r*. 1-4). 2. By whom (v. 1). Mnry Mois- ten#, th# rrxrther of James and Sa- lerno. They brought swset spires with which to anolfit Him. 2. When? <f. 2). Bnrly in the mnmln* of the first <Jny of the wee*. . Their porplMlty (vv. 8, 4). They questioned as to who ahonld roll awwy the lar*a atone from the month of the tomb. To their anuria# they to tin tl the stone remover!. II. The Ansel Inths Tomb (▼▼. 5-8). .testis knew...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

KNOCKING RAILROADS IS UNCALLED FOR &§ ¥ W.': m •> y. ■4- Freight rates on American railroads are the lowest in the world. The average rate on a ton of freight carried one mile in Our Country is approximately 1.1 cents. For an equivalent service English railroads receive more than three times as much, and French and German roads about four times as much. Despite these facts, demands for still lower rates continue. js Crippling railroad service would j cost the people far more than they could hope to save by reducing rates, for freight rate reduction which would bankrupt many railroads, would hard- ly affect most prices to the consumer. A case in point is the recent inves- tigation of the bread ond flour in- dustry by the Federal Trade Commis- sion. While the American family pays an average of 8.5 cents for a pound of bread, railroads receive but .6 cents for transportation. Instead of making great profits, the railroads in 1924 actually paid better- ing their cervice to the pu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 April 1928

m msntvti&tl&gi If p 4, 11 -iilUii.L BSESSS :YC- ■''*■ r• i . . " ... ....are in full bloom throughout our store, and its' an easy matter to find here just the particular garment to suit your individual style at the very price you wish to pay. * . ' * • • 4 . SHOE HEALTH! We invite you to inspect our new arrivals in foot- wear. . View the styles that are now on display in our windows. Select and be fitted. Good! shoes cost less, plus comfort! ■' Try us for your next pair. For men, priced at . . . $1.98 to $8.50 For ladies, priced at . . . . $1.49 to $8.00 For children, priced at;% . .85c to $4.00 EASTER FASHION DRESSES Another big assortment of the very latest sty\e^ Dresses for Spring and Easterwear. . In Georgette and flat Crepe, in the new and wanted colors. Our Dresses fhave meet with such approval, we advise early shopping, •.*. $6.75— $10.00 — $15.00 j i"*- V > - V Vf v 4 THE FAMILY i SUITS. Suits of quality for men and young men. Correct tailoring insures long wear...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

j? 0 Anj Commonwealth THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY,APRIL 19, 1*28. NUMBER 4 MADISON COUNTY ROAD BONDS SOLD At a meeting of the commission- ers Friday , $195,000.00 worth of Mad- ison county road bonds were sold to H . C. Burt & Co. and Brown & Crommer of Houston for par accured interest and a premium of $2135.00. The buyers of the bonds to pay all expenses of printing and such other expense as may be necessary to get the bonds in shape. The Security Trust Co. of Austin bid in the road funds for deposit at .02-1-2 per cent, interest on daily balances, they to give sufficient bond to the county for said funds, subject to the approval of the attorney General's office. Bids were received from a number of concerns for road and bridge ma- terial and machinery with which to build the lateral roads in the county and the court adjourned until today, Wednesday, so as to give the county engineer time to compile the bids on the various materials and ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

, pi up AINTITSIMPiy terrible? £ Just one another Heaven Help Us! Another Saxophone Has Been Born! Not content with spring house clean- ing, presidential campaigns, senate in- vestigations and nine saxophones, the Fates have thrust upon us another saxo- phone, making ten. We just received thi« bad news from the Conn Music Center, Elkhart, Indiana. That will increase the suffering of the public ten per cent, according to the reports oi the country's best statisticians. The latest perpetration is a saxophone in "F." We don't know what that means but it is reported to mean "Saxo- phone in Finale." If it is true that this is the last saxophone, we're humbly thankful. Providing no more saxo- phones are made, we guess we can stand just one more. Hospital records will telL According to the latest United States census, the saxophone family, from smallest to largest, consists of the fol- lowing : E flat soprano, C soprano, B flat toprano curved, B flat soprano straight, F mezzo-soprano, E fl...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CONS- TABLE OF MADISON COUNTY- GREETING. You are hereby commanded to sum- mon Job S. Collard, Robert Crawford, and S. B. Dick, the heirs of said Job S. Collard, the heirs of Robert Craw- ford and the heirs of S. B. Dick, and their heirs, devisees, and legal re- presentatives, to appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Madison County, Texas, to be held at the Court House thereof in the town of Madisonville on the 14th day of May, 1928 and being second Monday in said month, then and there to ans- wer a petition filed in said Court on the 29th day of March, 1928, in cause No. 156-A, wherein J. L. Cleere and N. M. Wycough are Plaintiffs and Job S. Collard, Robert Crawford and S. B. Dick, the heirs of said Job S. Col- lard, the heirs of Robert Crawford and the heirs of S. B. Dick and their heirs, devises, and legal representatives are Defendants, the cause of action being alleged in substance as follows: Suit in trespass to try ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

\ f \P (1 ffl: i 1 ii f I m H, % o r f! 3,1,.. H - ■ • •! *« # •?' "J***# Implements 31 :j .;; & | $>1 ffcs Rakes Perfection Stoves and Parts Poultry & Supplies 'I i: * i /////////////////>'/'//////' !; fc- .;i: s and Varnishes! -.V ? Uj ' *i | HUNTING £ FISHING UCENSE W. A "Quality Remains Long ftfkftbe Price isForgofcten S '.-.Z-P.y I \ ,ww. > .y. ntiimim nun Common J. A* KNIGHT, Editor and Prop In the county, year — In the connty, 6 months-— Out of cpunty, year Out of county, 6 months- $1.60 .75 2.oaj 1.00 Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1895, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. m Notice of Church services and meet- ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge is made. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1928 IT IS COMING DISTRICT CONFERENCE srv- • .-jst.-.t ■Sisrr->^*-~-3l«y ■ —:~vr .?**■*•> —' ■— "■ The ""District Cofiference will con-" vene at the Methodist Church next Tue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

a£ < 5.' . * «£?■.1 •: >V i. k i' • fS i $ kt i * :-V -= I • SALE #W«I • • • V-4 " ^ • *\ iThis sale is being put on with but one motive, that being to get the people of Madisonville, and Madison County, ' ^thoroughly acquainted with our new store in Madisonville. We want you to come here with the assurance that ou are welcome, and make yourself at home. Our store is your store, and, we earnestly desire your presence at kis sale Saturday. The air of hospitality will be found awaiting you each and every day, however, for we want please you. The bargans listed below are but a forerunner of what will;l>e?foufrd when you visit us here. Your iends lift! be here, so jrian to be with them. Once a Customer, always a Customer. HOUSE Colors. Voile trimmed, dainty patterns." Extra Special— :r > /i OVERALLS. Good medium - weight Blue Denim, ASpeciatat— . . J . . Ql BROOMS. Good medium weight, 4-strand Broom A Special at— 19c LADIES' SILK HOSE. & £ Ladies' pure thread silk, servi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

Pji' It V > (improved Uniform International Sunday School ' Lesson • NEW DISCOVERT PRAISED HIGHLY Stops Pain in Five Minutes—Abso- lutely Harmless (Br rev. p. a riTZWATJCR. u.u.. dm Moody Bible inetltut. of Chloaau.) (®. l n. Western Newspaper Union.) Dean Lesson for April 22 JESUS AND THE HOME LESSON TEXT.—Mark 10:1-18. GOLDEN TEXT—Honor thy father and mother, which la the first com- mandment with promise. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jssus Loves Lit- tle Children. JUNIOR TOPIC—Jesus Wants Chil- dren to Come to Him. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Beint? a Christian at Iloitie. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Christian Family. In tills scripture we see Christ as a teacher. I. Concerning Marriage (vv. 1-12). The question touching divorce, which the Pharisees temptingly put to Christ, brought forth teaching which exhibits marriage In Its true light. 1. Marriage shoukl not be degraded by divorce (vv. 1-5). Divorce was not Instituted by God. God ordained the marriage relation and intended it to...

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