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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 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: For District Judge, 12th District: S. T. DEAN For County Judge: W. L. ROBINSON, W. V. JONES, J. M. ROBERTS, For County Clerk: V. MAYNARD, MORRIS BYERS, For 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: G. 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. SANDER...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 April 1928

"Where NEW MILLINERY 1 New arrivals in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hats this week. As usual, the Quality is higher than the Price— $1.49—$2.95—$3.50 CLOTHING. Karrekt Klothing for men and young women will make you feel and look your best. Tailored to fit. Priced— $14.50—$19.50—$29.50 —THE FAMILY STORE— MADISONVILLE is Higher ANNOUNCING-^ —The arrival this week of gloriously colorful frocks—the latest fashions fetched on from the fashion centers of the United States. If you intici- pate a dress for now or later, you will make no mistake to get fir«t choosing of these beautiful dresses. They will not last many days, as our Dresses move out quickly. Priced— $6.75—$10.00—$15.00 the Price ;jr 91 HAT8 Men and young men's fashionable headwear, imported and Domestic, from the best of hatters. $1.50 to $4.00 STEP HEEL HOSIERY $$1.25 values, complete assortment of colors— 98c to $1.98 0 Galveston Dry Goods Co.) —THE FAMILY STORE— MADISONVILLE W. L. CROUCH, Manager M t.i i •> ■' §-* ! •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

■ -t ! ;f y > & •« — And ^Commonwealth Thirly-fifthY ear Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, y, April 26, 1928. Number Five Diversified is Thing on Dewitt County Farms 0 — "Gospel" of Balanced Farming There will be no more "Lean Years struggle been heard Two Years Ago Laboring To Raise A Cotton Crop on poor Farm Now that he has become a con- firmed disciple of the "gospel of di- versified farming, there will be no more "lean" years for Joe Hoehan, young tenant farmer of Cuero whose case is typical of hundreds of other farmers of DeWitt county, and other sections of the country, who have freed themselves from the yoke of the one-crop system and are cashing-in on the benefits of dairying-farming with poultry, hogs and feed-growing as side lines of production. Two years ago Hoehen was strug- gling to sustain himself and his small family on the farm that he still rents and where today he is reaping a steady income, with pay-day fifty- two days in the lear, in the form of cream c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

n TWO WISHES I (X I If 1 I 1 I • K 1 ;i * # i III f'i hi ill I! I TERRIBLE PAIN ^ Ml*. Co* Qmto Veil Now Ami PImkJ ffith Or Jul Un. W. L, Cox, 120 Church Street, Chester, S. CL, nyi: "I coffered awfully . • • . I would bin a terrible pain, at times; I could hardly etand It I slept badly; my rest was dis- turbed sad I seemed to est little benefit tram It "I read about Cardoi In the papers and thought it might be a good thing to tiy, so I began taking tt I was so pleased with the war I improved that I kept on taking tt until I felt qoits well Cardoi helped me so moch and so man/ people have remarked ar boot my improTement" Cardoi has been osed and recommended by thou- ends of other women, for over 46 yearn Try it THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF MADISON: - - , While she was helping her mother one NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE day I UNDER ORDER OF SALE I heard a dear, smart school gilr say,] By virtue of an order of sale is- "When the spring days come I would gUed out of the District Court of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

i 5 P 11 i 1 H ii 1 i ! _ 1 I / * ! m ft % H£ HERE'S STRAW HAT and Comfort! NEVER did we ever have a better line of better straw halts than we have right now. Brims brim-ful of style, crowns crowned with extra value. The second you put one on your head—you are sold. Summer head com- fort for men at a maximum cost is our slogan. Come in and join the satisfied ranks of our straw brigade. PRICES- $1.50-$2.00- $3.00 - $5.00 SEE ME FOR WHAT YOU NEED IN NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE I I New Things in Shirts and Ties i sit ; We welcome yM, Men, %9 drop in and inspect our shbwing ofheWspring and $um- * mer togs, givinf; particular attention to.the display of shirtsand ties. Their styles are pleasing, bi&believe you will be especially interested in the excellent qualities we have provided at these prices. •Mens Union Suits—50c, 75c, $1.00 - $1.50- Mens Dress Shoes—1. . . .s$3.50 to $8.50 Mens Sox > . . 50c to $1.00 Mens Dress Pants 3.50 to $7.50 iMens Sox ..v/:;,..i5cto$1.00 TIES .50c — 75c ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

. ' H ■ yi % i«> LETTER FROM" BRO. WEBB Palacios, Texas, April 23, 1928. Dear Sir and JBro.: I waited tillL Monday morning for arrival of Thc£f Meteor, but it hasn't arrived; so I inquiring for the cause of its failure. A After stoppfeg over n Houston to hear Dr. Truest on Monday night, I came on to Pjjdacios Tuesday, since ^ which time I Uave beeiy "inspecting" Wthe city and $s environs. The bay is a pretty landlocked tody of wa^er. The BYPU Encampment gfoufttis are a mine of wealth to the eye and4K«ilft The churches—two Baptist—are alive. The population of 1350 is said to occupy all stations, morally, from top to bottom, but-, it is easy to stay in good feompany.\' \ Onany first Sunday I taught a Bible clas |at 10 a. in., and at^ 11 heard a temperance speech at th^f "'EWaHip- ment ground by Mr. Lasinger, an assistant superintendent of the Anti- • Saloon League, delivered to about $00 people. At 3 >p. m. I preached to a very; attentive' and reverential con- gregation at Cfrnc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

ANNOUNCEMENTS 0 We are authorized to announce the following candidates for State, Dis- trict, County and Precinct offices, subject to the Democratic Primary in July: For District Judge, 12th District: S. "V DEAN For County Judge: W. L. ROBINSON, W. V. JONES, J. M. ROBERTS, For County Clerk: V. MAYNARD, MORRIS BYERS, For 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: G. 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: 0. 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. SAND...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 April 1928

'-w 'im i—■ —i MODES (< Where Quality is Higher than Price 97 t NEW MILLINOEBT * • J > • New arrivals in Ladies' Misses' and , Children's Hats this week. As usual, !. the Quality, is higher than the price— $1.49—$2.95—$3.50 . ■ - y- i CLOTHING Korrekt Klothing for men and young men will make you feel and look your best. Tailored to fit. Priced— *14.50—$19.50—$29.50 ANNOUNCING * —The arrival this week of gloriously colorful frocks—the latest, fashions fetched on from the fashion centers of the United States. If you antici- pate a dress for now or later, you will make no mistake to get first choosing of these beautiful dresses. They will not last many days, as our Dresses move out quickly. Priced— $6.75—$10.00—$15.00 , THE FAMILY STORE HATS Men's and young men's fashionable headwear, imported and domestic, from the best of hatters. $1.50 to JM.00 STJEP HEEL HOSIERY $1.25 values, complete assortmerit "of colors— 98c to $1.98 no. ,t Madisonville, W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. ■■■■—■■■■■■■■■■...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

The Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth Thirty-Fifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, May 3, 1928. Number Six FISHING SEASON I SPITFIRE IS NOW OPENS TUESDAY The fishing season opened in Texas Tuesday of this week, and, along with j ON THE JOB Peers to me like folks could do as they please some times, but if they air this ideal weather we are having at i important as me, they shore kaint, present, we can't imagine anything; £h®y gotta be bossed all their lives, nicer. It is an evident fact that the 'Take me for instance: Why I made me general public feels the same way, for ole alpacky over, I tuck the butterfly when one pays attention to As many | P°lin «e a"d. Pu* ,a ^e mf- as three passing cars he has hoticed *le at the bottom with striped ribbon at least two fishermen, some with rods onht, and-trimmed my sailor hat over and reels tucked away under the seat; f .f ai\ fail J r0fSeiJ°i L some with poles tied on the car, and hit ^lled^and pjcke^ a, field Jark still...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

; ; NEW DISCOVERY PRAISED HIGHLY Stops Pain in Five Minutes—Abso- lutely Harmless o After thorough tests on thousands of severe types of pain, a recent med- ical journal states: "The new pre- scription, A-Vol is indeed a blessing to those who suffer from pain, it is absolutely harmless, safe for anyone to take, as it does not contain aspirin, acetanilid or any heart depressants whatsoever." If you suffer from severe, throb- bing, bursting, nervous, sick head- aches, have neuralgia, torturing neu- ritis, rheumatism of joints or mus- cles, toothache or earache, you should at once get a tube of 12 A-Vol tablets at your druggists, the 25c size. Take two tablets at once and if you are not relieved of pain in 5 minutes, your druggist will refund your money. A-Vol is truly wonderful. It will iomvmt, OVER-WORKED Carta! Helpful to South Carolina Lady Whose Health Cave Way. Mrs. Letha Cabanlss, of Chflsnee, 8. C, "did too much," and her "health gave way." She writes: "I took .boarders and. at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

S. H. DAVIS DEAD o Mr. S. H Davis died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joe Dickey at Leona, Monday of last week and the sad news did not reach the Meteor until too late for publication last week. Mr. Davis has been suffer- ing from brights disease for several months and the end was not unexpect- ed, however sad just the same. The editor has known Mr. Davis for near- ly forty years, as a friend and neigh- bor and there were none more hospi- table and kind to those in need than he and his good wife were in their lifetime. We knew them when a boy and after years when we grew to manhood and had a home of our own, they were among our closest neigh- bors for quite a time and we have al- ways admired "Uncle Sam" as he was familiary known, as an honorable and upright citizen, friend and neighbor. Mr. Davis was 78 years old and leaves to mourn his death three daughters and one son: Mrs. Joe Dickey of Leona, Mrs. J. C. Vaughn of Montgomery, Mrs. Jim Hensarling of the Jenkins community of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

I^'l I i '] 2 i! i 1 I i i ft m i € 1 f Li ■ j b i ^ I I P ie Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. rthe county, year Eel the county, 6 months. -Jo, it of county, year 2.00 at of county, 6 months 1-00 j Entered as second-class matter: January 19, 1895, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. ! Notice of Church services and meet- j ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged am! no other charge is made. NOTICE W EXECUTION SALE UNDER ORDER OF SALf THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1928. We are authorized to announce the following candidates lor State, Dis- trict, County and Precinct offices, subject to the Democratic Primary in July: For District Judge, 12th District: S. T DEAN For County Judge: W. L. ROBINSON, W. V. JONES, J. M. ROBERTS, For County Clerk: V. MAYNARD, MORRIS BYERS, For County Treasurer: T. H. WREN, MRS. RUTH PARK, JOHN LINDLEY, For Sheriff: C. B. ANDERSON, J. R. GIBSON For Tax Assessor: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

Vfv ft W;if | GOD IS MINE In all I undertake to do, I trust that God will guide me through. If it "be pleasing to his will lLs commands I'll try to fill. 2 All through life's way I n;ed him so Tu guide my foot .wiit-re I go. That off in sin I may not stray But follow the straight and narrow way. 3. I need him at school, work or play. I must his precious words obey, 2hat < raay lind him in i. ./ -heart, And I'rofai his lov« I'll acver pa t. 4 Now friends let me persuade you To believe that God s word is true; He'll never fail you a: any time, If you wiii :-.n.y, "Lord I am Thine." 3 Without God life is a wrech And this, friend,, do nut forgot Sin is costly, rei/v^'ber • ••!. It will cost your life and nell to spend. 6 What is greater than Gcd, and worse than hell ? The answer to this I can not tell. Now let us lay all sin aside And in his arms of love abide. 7 He' died for you and he died for me That from sin we would be free. Now let lis trust and obey His precious words both nig...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

1 i MADISON COUNTY o The Texas Almanac supplies a fbnd of information about Madison County. Its area is 495 square miles, altitude about 350 feet above sea level, with an average annual rain- fall of 39 inches. The population in 1920 was 11,950; and the estimated populatiaon in 1927 is 13,500 which )l a density of about 27 to the square mile. Of the population in 1920, there were 3,127 negroes, 94 Mexicans, and 31 from the European nations. Total property assessed for taxation 4,862,655. Madisonville is situated in latitude 30 degrees 57 minutes north; longi- tude 95 degrees 55 minutes West; the magnitri in clination is 8 degrees SI minutes. In 1920 Madisonville had a population of 1,079 which is esti- mated to have increased to about 1,500. FOR SALE—Armours Big Crop Fertilizer. A good supply on hand at all times. T. A. Byers. 47-tf. — J. B. Knight was up Saturday from the ranch and said he lost but lit- tle cotton by the recent cold weather. Out of some three hundred acres he had u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 May 1928

11 i If ' m if i i; JUDGE YOU'LL BE THE JUDGE, AFTER CAREFUL INSPECTION OF QUALITY AND PRICE, AS TO THE VALUE RECEIVED FOR YOUR MONEY AT THE FAMILY STORE. SEWING SPECIALS 3 yards 50c Fancy Prints for.-$1.00 6 yards 20c Fancy Prints for__$1.00 3 yards 40c Fancy Clhsck Rayon, $1.00 3 yards 40c Fancy Tissue ♦ ' Gingham y $1.00 10 yards 32-in Fancy Dress Ginghams— $1.00 20 yards 27-inch Fancy Dress Gingham $1.00 10 yards Bleach Domestic $1.00 10 yards Brown Sheeting $1.00 For Friday and Saturday Only. ! HOUSE DRESSES ! $1.50 to $1.75 values, Special Friday and Saturday 1 98c .* SHOES. Men's and Boy's Scout Bal Work Shoes. . .$1.98 UNION SUITS Men's Keep Kool Hanes Union Suits 95c HATS. Sun Hats, for play or work, for children, boys, girls and men. 25c to 75c DRESS SHIRTS Men's Dress Shirts, a big value, sizes 14 to 17, collar attached— 6 c Each — 3 for *2.00 BOY'S PANT Boy's Khaki Long Pant— Sizes 4 to 10 years 75c Sizes 11 to 15 years 85c Mens Khaki Pant, big value 98c Mens Pin Stripe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

*w% 111 I Sf,V; -'if onwealth Thirtr# Madisonville, Madisori County, Texas, Thursday, May 10, 1$28. Number Seven Madisonville^ School Bond Election Ordered The Schol Board of ^Cbe^^f^Usonville Independent School District on Tues- day night ordered an election to vote bonds for the construction of a new high school building in Madisonville. Everyone who is familiar with the school situation here knows that this is imperative* and the school has gone as. far as it is possible to go un- der the crowded conditions in the present building. Under the plan worked out by the board, it is stated that the building will not increase the taxes of the cit- izens for at least a period of four or five years. The order of election will be found posted in the city and with full ex planation of the election. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETS At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Monday night a number of important matters were taken up and among them was the election of Secretary for full time. The honor fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE UNDER ORDER OF SALE By virtue of an order of sale is- sued out of the District Court of Madison County, Texas, on a judg- ment rendered in said court on the 16th day of May, 1927, in< favor of the First National Bank of Madison- ville, Texas, and against R. J. Ran- dolph in the case of The First Nation- al Bank of Madisonville, Texas, against the said R. J. Randolph, No. 78-A, in such court, I did on the 2nd day of April, 1928, at 10 o'clock, a. m. levy upon the following described tracts and parcels of land, situated in Madison County, Texas, a part of the J. S. Collard League, and out of Block 55 in the City of Madison- ville, and embraced by the following field notes:—Beginning at the S. E. Corner of the old Cemetery; Thence N 65 E with south line of said Block No. 55 distance of 139 feet to corner; Thence N 25 W 220 feet to corner on North line of said block; Thence S 65 W with said line 139 feet to cor- ner; Thence S 25 E 220 feet to the place of beg...

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