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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

3800 Blanch Stores PBOncNw To Serve Youl Nowhere in the U.S. A. can you purchase a tcout work ihoe of this quality for $2.00 a pair. The value it typical of all other* offered. j-rrTvntent Leather One-straps are in the height of fashion. Rich black patent leather. Good quality leather soles. Cuban heels and Rubber top lifts. Mrs. Parten, Mrs. DuPuy and Mrs J Allen H. Menefee will attend the bien- nial in San Antonio May 28- June 7. This is the National Federation of Women's Clubs, and these women are delegates from the Woman's Reading Club of this place which has membership in both State and Nation- al Federations. The Woman's Read- ing Club has the distinctioi of being on the Honor Roll in the National Federation and received honorable mention at the District Meeting Belton in April. in Account Ninth Annual Bathing Girls' Revue and International Pa- geant of Pulchritude at Galveston June 3rd, the Mo. Pac. announces special low rate excursion fares for tickets sold for trains arrivi...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 May 1928

p2® g Arc the months that most of us plan trips, va- cations and going away to Summer school. Replete your wardrobe from The Family Store © 1 $1 ! Tloor plan of the proposed Madisonville High School building J P' ! , : : | I'!$> m m !y' * g$< I ;j'i . 1 I; IPS' ' < ■ 1 , W'ffife jsjg ■SWHBfc.gfflMHMra ..a.; -. MM®. §g* J ^ SPITFIRE (ContmoeB from page four) O1 1 Slaved them bue the distance was short, itlfcgr could soon come to me. Over 4&ere some where beyond this vale of £aars is my mother, my daddy, a half sister, my old uncle and , and the Tree of Life that stands _ (either side of the River. Its leaves are for the healing of the nation Yes in my selfishness and cowardly nature, I was willing ,to inflict pain to the ones here, to cross over and hunt my daddy and my mother, Un- cle Red and Aunt Mary and just to pluck the leaves from the Tree of Life and banish pain. While I soliquise on the Mother's Day subject, our pride in our big, * • uait FOR EVERY LUMBER NEED - ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

*r " 'i\ ... Meteor — And Commonwealth — Thirty-Fifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, May 31, 1928. Number Ten Swat The Rooster Campaign Now On 0 The following letter sent out by County Agent DuPuy to the poultry- men of Madison county contains some good advice: "Dear Poultrymen: This week marks the launching of an extensive 'Swat the Rooster Com- paign' in Madison county for this week only. Next Saturday,. June 2, J. L. Cleere of the Madisonville Pro- due Company will pay you a prem- ium of two cents per pound above market price for those old roosters that are running on the yard with your laying henB and doing no earth- ly good other than to cause your "hens to lay fertile eggs which brings you an inferior price. "Summer haa begun! The price for those fertile eggs (for which the rooster is to blame) is going down, down, down. Our infertile egg mar- ket is going to 'stand pat' with good chance to go higher. You ask Why? ? ? ? ? ? Because, each infertile egg is s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

Christian Education. (An essay read at the Elwood picnic Saturday, May 19, 1928.) I was glad when they said unto me, "Let us go into the house of the Lord."—Ps. 122: 1. Oh, the blessing one receives where they come into the presence of God with an humble and contrite heart! One does not know the danger of a soul without the church or Sunday School, who has never had the ex- perience of having to live where it was impossible to attend. How richly we are blessed in this, in our native land. How eager we should be to extend this blessing every where at home and abroad. If any one thing would be more conductive to make one realize they should believe in Home and Foreign Missions, it is to live where the church, Sunday School, and singing is a rare thing after living where these things were known every Stinday; or, to appreciate these blessings, one only has to move away for a short time. It is indeed sad that so many fail to grasp the opportunities that lie at hand. Neglecting ta bri. s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

WORMS IN YOUR PULLETS o (By F. W. Kazmeier) Watch your growing pullets closely the next few months. Intestinal worms are causing the death of thousands of good pullets. Pullets, continually being bothered with colds, roupe and chicken pox, nine times out of ten, are seriously infested with in- testinal worms. Frequently worms, like round worms, tape worms and pin worms, are indirectly the cause Of much of the trouble with colds and roupe. Worms sap the strenght and disease resisting power of the pullets, hence make them much more sub- ject to all kinds of diseases. Sus- pect worms whenever you see un- thriftness, lameness, wabbly gait, twisted necks, pale combs and wat- tles or emaciation. Wormy pullets are always hungry, yet poor, thin and lean. At the age of six weeks to three of four months round worms cause the most harm. To determine whether or not the flock is affected, four or five unthrifty birds should be killed and the intes- tines examined. The intestines should be opened...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — "J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year —$1.60 In the'county, 6 months—--—r— Out of county, year — 2.00 Out of county, 6 months—1.00 Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1896, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. 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. MAY 81. 1928. A BALLOT AND A SOME o This is a republic. It is a govern- ment of the people, by the people and for the people. Its purpose is to de- fend the lives and liberties and pro- mote the prosperity of the people. The same moral, righteous principles which will build a strong individual character will make a strong govern- ment, if allowed to be dominant in the affairs of state. No other principles will. "When the wicked rule the peo- ple mourn." This was not in the Bible to make it so, but is essentially so. In a monarch...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

Sunday School • Lesson' Local and Personal Mrs. J. J. Drake of North Ztlch r : ru vced her subscription last wee sr. (By RKV V. U VlTZWATiek,, L .U, Moody Bible latfltvu of Chle «o.> I A. Iltl Weotein Newspaper nnlon l Mr. Dan Connell was up from Hous- ton this week to visit relatives and I friends. Lesson for- June 3 - " . , J, I | II I _ / if; t JESUS FACING- BETRAYAL DEATH * AND LESSOR 4TBXT—Wfc Hiftlfr GOLDEN TEXT—Not Wfial~l Will. but what Tboa wilt.. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jmux* Last Bap- per With Hie friend*. JUNIOR TOPIC—Jeeaa' Last Sapper With His Disciple* INTERMEDIATE AND8EMIOR TOP- IC—Loyelty In Times ^hnln(: YOUNG PEOPLE <*OPkJ- IC—"The FeUoweblD «*IW v^oteet of Hollis was in the Inge." ■ I. Judas' largaln With the Chief Priests (w. 10, 11). Tliis black crime was committed Im- mediately following the beautiful art of devotion by Mary (John 12:1). The motive actuating Judas was avarice. II. Ths Last Passover <vv. 12-25). 1. The preparation (vv. 12-16). In reply to the di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

Store News — AT — COOPER'S NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE UNDER ORDER OF SALE Bemember this store is the wrecker high prices At all times we will show you what yon want at a saving. <5ome and see SHOES Just arrived covered spike heel blonde JPump formerly sold at $6.00. LOOK SPECIAL— SEE $2.98 SHOES Indies Patent strap, Military heel; all lieel regular $4.00 value. SPECIAL— $2.98 SHOES Xiadies Patnt strap Military heel all sizes, worth $3.00 SPECIAL— $1.98 SHOES 'Young Men's Black oxfords made on 'the new Last, Worth $4.00 Some SPECIAL— BUY! $2.98 SHOES 1. lot Baby strap pumps worth $1.50, SPECIAL— 98c HATS See the new things in Ladies and Mis- ses hats. They are the newest, regu- Jar $4.00 values. SPECIAL— $1.95 HATS Children's hats assorted colors worth ,$1.50 SPECIAL— 98c DRESSES $!ee the new Printed and Plain crepe ^dresses. We guarantee them to be (worth more. $7.95 DRESSES X<adies Wash Dresses; assorted sizes And colors. 98c DRESSES Children's wash dresses in Prints and gingha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

|-v* " In1" ANNOUNCEMENTS o-= 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, I 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 N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 May 1928

*£#■ . 'M ■s • >: % : Cf m «PBK -——55! Willie Mr. and Mrs. Willie Isgitt have returned from Wheelock, where they taught a very successful school term. Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Day are in Dal- las this week to visit relatives. o Dr. H .L. Swinyer was a business visitor in Bryan this week. B. A. Turner is in Catarina this week looking after his new business. Anjennette does not care whether we wear sock supporters or not, but that does not prevent her from ex- pressing a diabolical opinion of us once in awhile. Anjennette further apines and saith much adverse to our dignity and often forgetteth the laws she made not unlike most of her sex. We goeth without buttons, but nail trust supplies our wants quite as ef- fectively as button trust could. Nails can be used for anything and is hereby declared the great emblem of the Supporterless Fraternity. G. W. McVey was a business caller at the Meteor olBce this week and re- newed his subscription for another year. o Mrs. W. W. Payne of Bedias wa...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 June 1928

— And Comrtnonwealth Thirty-fifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, June 7,1928. Number Eleven Poultry Association Elected Officers The Madison County Poultry As- sociation held their annual meeting at the Chamber of Commerce office Friday of last week and selected the following officers for the year: Joe E. Webb, president; W. P. Randolph, vice president, T. B. Viser, treasurer; and J. N. Raney, secretary. Ben Horter of Plainview and 0. H. Parten of Midway were elected as directors. The purpose of the association is to encourage the raising of poultry in Madison county and especially the production of infertile eggs during the summer months. The association, assisted by County Agent, W. H. DuPuy, have started a "swat the rooster campaign" and it is hoped that the farmers all over the county will fall in line and get their roosters off the yards and get into the association and thus be able to get a better price for their eggs. The infertile egg market is con- side...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 June 1928

What We Think m:: By Frank Dixon Some day when I get enough pnoney -together, I am going to get into -politics for the fun in the game M would get and other purposes ;and JPll do my best to follow in the foot- steps of those who have gone before, tat I want a new party to kick hell -out of all the old ones. Of course I •now that will happen to any party that gains the ascendancy, all the ras- cals will ge t in, that means most every one. Most of us are a little •out of joint quite often, of course there will be a few disgruntled wives elderly maidens to reckon with Skit they don't count much anyway. It is said that no one loves a fat man, so we count only on the men's vote and we expect to go strong on that . Of course we expect to get all the votes of the younger women be- cause we have always stood for them. Of caurse we particularly like flap- pers. Let 'em flap. But getting back to politics—"aint it grand." o It is a wonder bachelors do as well as they do, they have no boss. o—;...

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

The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, year__ 2.00 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 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- ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge is made. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1928. FARM CARE OF MARKET EGGS (By F. W. Kazemeier, Bryan, Texas) Practically all eggs, when first laid are of equally good quality. It is of course true that size, color, and shape of eggs are important factors, in a first class egg, however these fac- tors, must be controlled by breeding. Under average conditions all eggs are fresh when first laid. Soon after they are laid they deteriorate very fast, unless given the proper care. There is no way to convert a bad egg into a good one, the only thing to do is to keep it from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 June 1928

• 4HwMta* * m « 1 Store News — AT — COOPER'S this store Is the wrecker I tugfc prices. At all times we will show you what ■■ want at a saving. Come and see. SHOES Jot arrived covered spike heel blonde jhanp formerly sold at $6.00. JLOOK SPECIAL— SEE $2.98 • SHOES Xadies Patent strap, Military heel; all leel regular $4.00 value. SPECIAL— •/' .$2.98 StmdaySchool ' Lesson' • a riTzwATra. D.D.. Moody Bible Institute of ChletfO.) '#• wm ni NtwnMiMt Union.) Lesson for June 10 THE ARRE8T AND TRIAL LESSON TEXT—Mark 14:4S-15:1S. GOLDEN TEXT—He was despised, and rejected* of men (Isa. 63:3). PRIMARY TOPIC—How Wicked Men Treated Jesus. JUNIOR TOPIC—The Trial of Jesus. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—The Trial of Jesus. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Jesus Facing His Enemies. Betrayal and Arrest ,(vv. SHOES Tdtriips Patnt strap Military heel all worth $3.00 SPECIAL— $1.98 SHOES Young Men's Black oxfords made on new.Last, Worth $4.00 Same -SPECIAL— BUY! $2.98 SHOES ■X tat Baby strap pumps worth ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 June 1928

f ANNOUNCEMENTS Farmers Invited to Attend Convention 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: 0. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, R. B. BULLARlt 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, F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 June 1928

Ottie E. Parten •H I b >l<?! '■ ■4- —FOR— Beet Dry Goods ->l *vH <; AND SHOES t/fSb b ■HI "I1 II 60 to Church Sunday IS GOOD ADVICE; BUT WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST IN BUILDING MATERIAL^ COME TO 'tr ' " / Woodson | Lumber Company —PHONE 182— This page made possible by the progressive business firms whose ads appear on it! Go To Church Suniiay PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday a % 'P}< "v V t ■ . Cut the mail order houses aind start a movement of business harmony that will develop into ties of true friendship and loyalty! HAVE YOU _ 1 x HAD YOURS TODAY? ...... , . , r, ^ 1 COCA COLA COMPANY! THE NEW PX theatre • -ft" "Qiwlity " Entertainment" 1 « " • V Stands for everything that means advancement of Church and Community. We, who are listed on this page are ready at all times to render our best service to the public. For Service at Home and Far Away, Buy the Family- A CHEVROLET Good enough to drive anywhere; not too good to d...

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

it • 'ft 3 " r &> , 4V 5? # a- fef" ■ ■ '<*■'!v r«? . T-;,'. .y" Mi .ty; . - ! "4> ^ * ' , ?* r ' lib FELLOWSHIP NEWS day. here bjfpt Jevery oking good. services Saturday and e fine with large crowds THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF MADISON: NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE By virture of an order of sale is- sued out of the District Court of Mad- ison County, Texas, on a judgment rendered in said courts on the 15th day of May, 1928, in favor of Eliga L. Carter and'agaifat Tj^itha Jones, surviving widow- pf JLdatn.'Jones, de- ceased, Pat H .. . J ones, Cterinda Jones Bradley and frr f husband Mani* l Bradley, lAithftr :totte , Cige Jon&, Adam Jones£ Bogj&Nealy and her h a^iioBuai^ 'tiffing and-j-band Harried Nadfr.l^e .frnes^fd witlii$r. and Mrs. H. L.1 Mobile Jones,** minor ^Albefta Wan isiting singers were pre- Sundaty ^afternoon at Ctrftfc&n and farrtily and ijliptHMid Miw Catherine untsville were here Sun- Raining Crops Preac Sunday in attero Seven sent with singing...

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

w i SS'Vf: pg'l r: I r 1 ' ? ;":«r ' ■■ •' -<*V . ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE WITH A GRAND jZ^C> FOR THE FIRST FEW DAYS WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU SOME REAL VALUES AND AT THE SAME TIME SHOW YOU A MODERN STORE Opening Day FRIDAY June 8th COME IN AND GET AC- QUAINTED WITH OUR NEW STORE WHERE EVERYTHING IS MODERN And Convenient and at the same time get real bargains.. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE! HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF Wash Taffeta Bright Summer Colors, guaranteed Fast Colors $ 1.00 quality for— FAST COLOR PERCALE Complete assortment of Light Pointed designs and all shades in solid colors. 20c quality SPECIAL BIG VALUE— Rayon Bloomers The cloth used in this group "-is the very best quality of all silk Rayon. Every garment is Flat locked seamed throughout —Regular $1.00 value— SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE 89 3 yards for 49c ALL GOODS SOLD Just a Few.... OF THE MANY BARGAINS ARE LISTED THAT WE ARE OFFER- ING. READ THEM! MAKE A LIST! Come prepared to get some real merch- an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 June 1928

Pig Rodeo Billed for Houston Convention 0 Houston, Texas, June 3—"Ride 'em, cowboy!" Let the effete East have its pink teas, the movis colony sec- tion of the West Coast bask in its balmy, sunken gardens and the rest of the world jog along most any old way it chooses, the Southwest, like the shoemaker; is going to stick to its last—good old-fashioned cow chas- ing, broncho 'bustin, bulldogging, steer riding and other plain he-man stuff. And the Southwest will strut all over the nation to see, because one of the biggest rodeo shows ever plan- ned is new being authorized for June 26—Democratic National Convention time in Houston. Many forms of intertainment ap- pear on the program to amuse dele- gates and visitors to the convention, but the rodeo show is expected to take a leading place. It is going to be a $40,000 expense event, and $10,- 000 in prizes will be awarded to stars of the range who will come to Hous- ton to complete the show. While hundreds from all sections of country ar...

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

Y"s- **.' •# .^._vVVi"--V ':•, /! 'J • • THE FAMIL STORE For your store, where High Quality keeps company with low Prices. 3 for $1 Men's Blue Work Shirts for Friday and Saturday. 3 for $1.00 Men's Light Weight summer Pant. Pin Strip, Khaki, and Dark color for work. Big Value , 98c pair Silk Rayon Undies for Ladie^f Broken Line Many of Theses garments worth up to $1.25 for 59c 49 > Broken lines of shoes, low Heel, one strap Pumps, Big Values $1.49 Hosiery, an outstanding valiie, silk Rayon toe to Top, good range of colors. 50c to 75c value 39c. "3 yd. Fancy Percale for 3 yet Fancy Voiles for. . $1.00 3 yd. Tissu* gingham 3 yd, Fancy Batiste 3 ycl. Fancy Voiles for.... • • • - ' • Millinery—some choice Hats In Ladies and Misses to clear away for Saturday 98c $8.95— DRESSES —S8-95 * You will surely buy of These beautiful Georgette Printed, and Plain also flat £ Crepe, Truly a $12.50 value. j $8.95 Saturday *... THE FAMILY STORE ^Where Business is Alway Goods GALVESTON DRY GOODS CO....

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