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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 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. "V. DEAN For County Judge: 0 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 QFor 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, 0 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, TAXES DO NOT STAY PUT Taxes are the most important part of the fiscal system of gove...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

\ PARK DEATH OF MRS. MARY C. THE STATE OF TEXAS The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year ' « In the county, 6 months .76 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 Entered as second-clasf matter January 19, 1895, at the poat-office ta Madisonville, Texas, under th| act 01 March 8, 1879 Notice of Church services ani ings of societies will be publish when no admission fee is char- no other charge is made. A1 Smith for President THURSDAY, MAY 10, 19g8. "What Should we do on V * ' * Luke 4:16-20— Subject: Sunday?" Scripture lesson Weldon Wallape. Prayer. Song. Bible Readings- Gen. 2:3—Boyce Anderson, Exodus 20:10-11—John Dean Carter Luke 13:10—J. W. Mathis. John 5:9—Glyn Mathis. Memory vefse: "Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it Holy"—Ex 20:8. How do we Obsetve th« Sabbath?— Geraldine Jopling. Talk by Superintendent, No. 1: Why we Observe the Sab- bath? No. 2: How can we Better Observe our Sundays ? No. 3 How our Early Ancestors Obse...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

v *.T\ V." \!S Mm NORTH ZULCH NEWS i | IH . *; |v • . 4,. v _ 0_—. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Burney left Sun- day to attend the medical association at Galveston. . . ,n, ,, | . Mrs. Amy Frazier went; to Hquston. Saturday to join her husband and will make their hQ.me in that city. Mr. Robert Harris and little son, _ Ray Hoyt and a friend , of his, all W came down from Emhouae to ,visit Dr. and Mrs. Burney and go huqtyig on the Navasota river. Madison county was well sented at the Brazos County Sing- ing Convention Sunday at Kiirten. Yes, Robert Magness was there with hft .usual smile to cheer folks up, and he. iftill sings, too, of eourtte. We naturally thi^fe s^adisop £©uoty Jias tiie ibest singers anywhere. ' At a meet^g of the school WiSF Monday nighfc the following teachers were elected: $ir. R. F. Hoke was re- A elected superintendent; Mrs. R. F. -Hoke, principal; Lewell Taylor and! ■wife and Miss Lola CaB$y, Miss Texas Lee and Miss Ruby JGustjne. " Misses Lee and Gustine were re- elec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

I CHICKENS SAVED THE DAY (By F. W. Kazemeier, Bryan, Texas) In the January issue of Poultry Tribune, a true story goes as fol- lows: "When the Kintner farm was facing bankruptcy, with failure threatening to engulf them, the Kintners turned about and staked their future on chickens. Soon ter the war prices dropped, we lost heavily on 80 head of cattle during the period of deflation. Then our bank failed and my savings accumu- lated from 12 years of school teaching vanished. Almost bankrupt, we turned to chickens to face the crisis. All of this happened in 1919. I be- gan studying the poultry business, and ordered some pure-bred S. C. White Leghorns from good laying stock. Blood always tells. High production stock has proven its value to us. Last year we had 1200 pullets, and approximately 1100 hens and secured a 180 egg average on the whole flock. We will approximate that this year. Poultry and egg sales amounted to $6,140.00 in 1923 and our aver- age number of hens 1182. It if hard ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

Mrs. Ann Andrews is very sick at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. An- drews. o—— Mr. J. E. Gray and County Attorney J. Luther Broadway are business vi- sitors in Houston and Galveston this week. Mrs. B. F. Bard is still sick at her home in the city. Mrs. Letha Park is still very little improved at the home of her daughter Mrs. A. M. Raney. Prepare for Accidents I Have It on hand. Liquid BOROZONE Powder The New Powerful Antiseptic For Guts* Wounds, Burns and Bruises. Sold by JNO. R. BURTIS * DR. C. G. ROBERTS* ' DENTIST ' • X • • WISHES TO ANNOUNCE * • — THE — • • OPENING OF HIS OFFICE IN • * — THE — * * Brownlee Bldg. * * * PHONE 165 • JOE E. WEBB * ALL KINDS OF • : INSURANCE : * Life, Accident, Fire, Tornado, In- * * demnity, Automobile, Plate Glass. * * etc. • * Office 235 Phones Res 89 * * Madisonville, Texas * OPENING! We are announcing the opening of our new SANDWICH SHOP and CAFE In the McMillan building recently vacated by Andrews Vulcanizing Shop, on P. O. Street. —Everything ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 May 1928

r. jflpt. Ill £ IJ y |V -ARE THE MdRTHS WE: ALL PR! DE OURSELVES IN LOOKING OUR 'BfcST! TRY THE FAMILY STORE! ^' ,9\ . 1 r* « •• « i READY TO WEAR Our Ready-to-Wear department is growing every day, because of the fact STYLE, QUALITY and MOD- ERATE PRICES has won first place for us. SEE OUR DRESSES! MEN'S WEARS SUITS, HATS, SHIRTS},. SHOES, TIES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY,. Here you will find a good selection, and our prices are within the reach of all. TRY US! SPRING AND SUMMER'S ~ ,"v t A NEWEST TUB FABRICS Received this week. Many lovely frocks will be fashioned from these exquisite fabrics. ' Voiles, Organdies, Batiste, Dainties, Tubulla, Pongee, Flat Crepe, Rayon, Plain and figured. rrjr- THE. FAMILY STORE THE FAMILY STORE - WHERE BUSINESS IS ALWAYS GOOD! Galveston i {•>. iwr... ir; W, L. CiROUCH,: Mgr. ,; * / Clf t ,• * *JVi. '■ - i ou tj THE.; tfttttLY"" . V. rvrjiT' o Pencil Points— (Continued from First Page) • The Vancouver Sun, a leading pa- - per, and.which is opposed to proh...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

isi 11 if jf#;?1' 1 M ' y. i £* ■ And Confmonwealth — Thirty-fiffli Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, May 17, 1928. Number Eight Over 48,000 Rats Net Fate In Madison Co. During Campaign All Madison County farmers be- lieve in raising their feed at home, naturally since living conditions for Mr. Rat are present. Rat families have moved in such large numbers that people realize that some exten- sive extermination methods must be resorted to in order to keep our pocket books from suffering such heavy loses in feed devoured by these despised pests. The Madisonville Chamber of Com- merce and business men of both Mid- way and North Zulch realized that to accomplish the most good in any un- dertaking, is must be co-operatively; so they resolved to put on a county- wide campaign and offer $100 in prizes for the most deadly rat killers. Each school in the county was visit- ed by our county agent, Mr. W. H. DuPuy, and others and the following proposition was put before them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

p .«-«• '4 )■$ I * JfOTlCE OF EXECUTION SALE UNDER ORDEB OF SALE By -virtue of an order of sale is- pied out of the District Court of JJadison County, Texas, on a judg- ment rendered in said court on the }6th day of May, 1927, in favor of the First National Bank of Madison- ▼ilk, Texas, and against R. J. Ran- dolph in the case of The First Nation- si Bank of Madisonville, Texas, ypinct 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 jn Madison County, Texas, a part of the J. S. Collard League, and out pi 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 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 t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

:r-' 0 FARMERS SPREAD GQSB SILL ON TRIP TO LATIN AMERICA Achievements of Crop Champions Widely Acclaimed and Representative of Cuban President Sees New Stimu- lus to International Understanding in Visit New (actors of International good will are forming between North America and ber Latin sisters on the the South. The Pan-American Con- gress at Havana and the recent flight of Colonel Lindbergh to Latin Amer- ican capitals dispelled old misunder- standings and fostered many new Ideas of friendship. History is being made very rapidly In the Western Hemisphere and we are In the happy position of holding a grandstand seat Strange as it may seem, Agricul- ture, the humblest of the arts, is des- tined to play an important role in this evolution of world politics. South and Central America have long been . sending their natural products to the , United States, but growing competi- tion from other agricultural coun- tries has brought about a keen inter- est in our farm methods which the Lat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

a 1 ? I k> 4 The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth «*- J. A. KNI , Btftot and Prop. ~ By Mi J. WEBB In thejfcount. In thejounts^l nftmtns .75" Out officounty, year 2.00 Out of^bounty, 6 months——— 1.00 matter u «s second-class 19, 189$j|«* the post-OL— . ille, Texas, under the act of 1879. of Church services.and meet- >cieties will be published free Noi ings o#societies will be p when $> admission fee is charged and no oth4r charge is made. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1928 4 TRUSTY COUNTY NEWS SOLD. Mr. .and Mrs. C. B. Callihan of Grovetipn have sold the Trinity Coun- ty News to Messrs. E. L. Nelson and D. B. Barnhart of Wheeling, West Virginia, the new management tak- ing over the business May 1. While we regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Calli- han from the circle of East Texas editors, we at the same time extend to our new hrethren the old time East Texas hand shake and welcome. We want to assure them that they have come to the best country on earth. PENCIL POINTS Hantsville is very m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

WHAT A WHALE OF A DIF- FERENCE A,FEW FOODS MAKE "A good share of-our diseases and most of our minor bodily ailments are caused directly or indirectly1 by the food we eat Or do not e4t," declares Lola Blair, Extension Foods Special- ist, in outlining - the food problems of Texas. "The liooner we recognize this fact the better.' 1 Take the records of the young ntett'driftetf into the army from Texas in^^?* instance. Right in the prime of life and yet!— out of every 1000 men examined 23 had tuberculosis, I'd1' had 'diabetes'/ 30 had goitres, 16 were fob fat,' # hkfl nephritis, 5 1-2 -had defected teeth and 24 were underweight. All Of this could have been due and iriost of it was caused by the diet. '*' "New that was 1(7 years ago but conditions haVeriH chaft|^^aaoch f6r the 1926 death r^te in Bame story. Simple jifditre is -pre- valent in the Panhandle and a small portion of the Gulf Coast regions. In a climate that will permit fresh garden stuff six months or more a year the death rat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

13 4 *■ H Improved Uniform International . : I k SundaySchool ' Lessonf (By REV. P. B FITZWATEB. D.U.. Deaa Moody Bible Institute of Chicago ) «2V. 1918. Western New pap«r Uolon.i What We Think (By Frank Dixon) LeMon for May 20 JESU8 TEACHING IN THE TEMPLE LESSON TEXT—Mark 12:13-41. GOLDEN TEXT—He taught them M one having authority. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus Answers Some Hard Questions. JUNIOR TOPIC — Jesus Teaches Great Duties. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Jesus Answers His Critics. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Lots, th« Law of the Kingdom. I. Ths Parable of the Husbandmen (vv. 1-12). Having put the scribes, chief priest* and elders to confusion by a skilful counter question when they demanded to know His authority, Jesus by means of a 8-ory lays before them His claim of divine authority, and charges them with betrayal of trust and with plot- ting to murder the very Son of God. His teaching cut them to the Quick, and they sought to lay hands upon Him, but desisted for fear of the pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

FROM SPITFIRE PASS AROUND THE KID GLOVES. Seems to me like this is a hard old world to please, especially if you serve the people publicly. It never occured to me before how hard, but while here in the bed with nothing to do but think, I thought of the preacher who is supposed to be a man of God, whom everybody should and could get a lesson from if their evil hearts and minds weren't so ready to criticise and become offended. He is spposed to be serving the people for the benefit of their souls, but he dare not touch on some vital truths lest he offend. He must put on the best front, glaze his sermon and handle his subject with kid gloves or old Bro. Dolittle or Sister Snodgrass will get offended. Tinkle, tinkle, the telephone! "Doc- tor, come quick; my precious little Tommie is dying; step on it!" Out he hurries in a down-pour of rain and almost freezing as it hits the ground; goes eight or ten miles, has a flat, an- other mile he sticks. Already the doctor has a cold, but he must ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 May 1928

■PMM MM fc*!S ' I ■•"I, .f Ma mm. MAY and JUNE Are the months that most of us plan trips, vacations, and going away to Summer School. Replete your wardrobe from The Family Store. SUMMER WEIGHT SUITS You want a light weight suit. That's just the kind we are now showing, at prices whiiji represent a real paving to you— $11.95: $19.00: $22.50 Shirts, Hats, Shoes, Ties, Under- wear, Pajamas; Hosiery of Qualtty Cleverly Styled You will find in our display of frocks, in- terpretation of the new styles. And when you see the values at prices we have them marked, you will buy and then rec- comend this store to your friends. $6.75 : 810 : 815 HATS—Large, medium, small shapes. Phone 158 THE FAMILY STORE — WHERE BUSINESS IS ALWAYS GOOD! Galveston Dry Goods Co. W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. Madisonville, Texas Madisonville School News (From the Senior Review, May 24, published by Madisonville High School SCHOOL SITUATION OF SUPREME IMPORTANCE Early in June the people of Madi- sonville will have the opportu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

Meteor — And Commonwealth — i i' Thirty JFifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, May 24, 1928. Number Nine Elwood Boy Succumbs To Pendicitis Attack Jasper Jickey died at the Crockett sanitarium Wednesday of last week following an operation for appendi- citis. He was the only son of Mr. and j graduates receiving diplomas at the Mrs. Bernard Dickey of the Elwood | bands of Mr. J. O. Ash, president of community and was about 18 years old. He was buried at the Allphin School Closed Friday |Ten Master Farmers With Good Program Honored Next Year 0 ' 0 Friday night marked the closing of advanced farm practices, good another successful school term of the business methods and valuable citizen- Madisonville High School, with thirty | S^P ^en outstanding farmers will win for them the singular distinction of being designated as Master Farm- ers of 1928. This marks the third cemetery the following day, Rev. U. C. Bracewell conducting the service. The death of this splendid youn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

i' a ISr HOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE UNDER ORDER OF SALE -—o By virtue of an order of' sale is- sued out of the District Court of Madison County, Texas, on a judg- ■ent rendered in said court on the Itfch 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- «1 Sank of Madisonville, Texas, •gainst the said R. J. Randolph, No 18-A, in such court, I did on the 2nd iday 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 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 €5 W with* said line 139 feet to cor- ner; Thence S 25 E 220 feei Lu the i pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

STOI PATTING YOUR- SELF ON THE BACK CARD OF THANKS You don't need glasses to see faults in others, but a magnifying glass can not show you up to yourself as far as your own faults are concerned. Do you think you have fewer faults than other people? You see so many things about oth- ers that you don't like and you criti- cise freely, practically in your own family. Because the members of your fami- ly do not retaliate, it is not an indi- cation that they see nothing in you of which to complain. Your children dare not criticise you, your husband or your wife may refrain from referring to your faults betjftuse they know there would be a scene. Others may have faults that you dor't possess, as you think. But very likely you have some as jlT-T.oying as those of which you com- plain. It is usually true that those who have the most to say in a perogative way about others, possess the most disagreeable traits themselves. You are not an exception to the general rule.—Houston Chronicle. We ta...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

•rt FROM SPITFIRE 0 SPITFIRE'S SOLIGROlL Mother's Day, the one day in each year set apart to show love and ap preciation for our mothers, is past, How have you spent it? Do you know what that day means to us mothers? Do you know how we look forward to that day for the little gift* of love? or.tbf !|mng cares and the words, "iHoii'you," from our children. Boys, girls, how it lessens the bur- dens,lightens the loads of life's weary pathway for mother, you can never know. Obedience and love is the one great boon we mother# crave from our children. There is but one way for us to know that you lq s us, ^hat is to show us by being kina-* and con- federate, by not doing things to our backs that you would be ashamed to do to our face. Tho facin^eatK, Mother's Day to'me was a joy. Across the room from my bed where was drowning in my own life's blood, was the precious gifts of my absent fled- glings. Those gifts said, "I love you." The ones at home would come to the bed, "Mother has your mout...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

pi Jt ;i« The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 In the county, 6 months I .75 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1Q9&, at the post-office in (, Xe> Madisonville, March 8, 187? rexas, under the act of Notice of Church services and meet- ings of societiea will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge'fa made. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2928. CHEWING ' :■ <<io—- *■<i v "/■■■ All chewing in dividW.; into four parts—food chewingv ehtiwing, tobacco chewing and ™j?/'fchewing. Food chewing, or Fletcherizing, is a virtue, and, unlike other virtues does not become a. Vice when indulged in moderately. Chewing exercises the gum and jaw muscles and when food is properly pulverized at the receiving station it doesn's cause congestinon at the assembly room. The dog gulps his food because he is a dog; the cow gulps hers because nature gav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

*1 ■ 5J 1.4 1 . i. i '' E* ; m OPENING •. mf- i&M W REX THEATRE ONE OE THE FINEST SMALL TOWN THEATRES Ifi TEXAS Doors Swing Open at 3:45 P.M., Monday, Mat 28 CONGRATULATIONS MR. STODDARD, ON YOUR NEW VENTURE. I WISH YOU SUCCESS! Miss EULA TINSLEY Millinery-Ready to wear We Congratulate the Manager of -THE NEW REX— THURSTON DEAN "THE NEW SELF-SERVING GROCERY" Success to the New Rex W. A. Price—Hardware WE FURNISHED THE ELECTRIC- AL EQUIPMENT FOR THE NEW FEX THEATRE, _r PROGRAM MONDAY AND TUESDAY—TWO DAYS EXTRAS! MANY OE THEM STAGE PRESENTA- TIONS MUSIC Featuring the New $3,500 Nelson- Wiggin: ORGAN / iti \1 A Great Surprise More jJANET GAYNO.^ than you CHARLES FARRELL . tamdm JOHN OOtDUTS Stag* Sutcttt iLxpect frank BORZAOE Special Musical Numbers i % MKK fflM Address of Welcome The greatest outstanding ptcture of the last five years. MADISON COUNTY —SHOULD BE PROUD OF ITS —NEW REX- Ferguson Cleaners & Dyers Success to you, A1— Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Added Attractions : Welco...

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