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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

The Meteor t — And Commonwealth Thirty-fifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, June 14, 1928. Number Twelve LNew Golf Course Opened Wednesday day evening, Mr. J. E. F chicken barbecue to the he Golf Culb and their eral visitors, celebrating the/formal opening of the New Med- dow Brook golf course one mile north of the city on the D. €. D. Highway. The occasion was very much en- joyed by all the members and their wives and a number of the members of the Midway Golf Club. The New Meadow Brook Course has not yet been entirely completed in every detail but when it is, it will be one of the most pictoresque courts in this section, consisting of nine holes all of which have their perculiar hazards, and curved fairways and if the course is pared by an amature he will be a "lucky dog." This splendid play ground promises to be a very pleasant place to spend the afternoons for those who are in- terested in the fine sport and those who do not like the game will find a fine gr...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

u RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN Jk .-8 3 i lillilii NO longer are pineapples sellirg {or five dollars apiece, and so only to kings, the wealthy and the nobility. In fact, they are fast coming to be one of our most popular fruits. This popularity is largely due tp the ^fforts of pineapple canners in Hawaii who have given us the fragrant pineapple, canned at the very moment of ripeness. But the pineapple has still retained its. popularity among the great of the fend, as is attested by the recipes for its use which are found in the Con- gressional Club Cook Book. This club is made up of the wives and daughters ®f .members of the Senate and House •f Representatives, the Cabinet, and the Supreme Court. Recipes have been obtained not only from members, but also from foreign diplomatic .SQUrCgs. Still another group of famous people are represented in Favorite Recipes of Famous Women, by Flor- ence Stratton. The list includes ac- tresses, authors, business women and Kany others who have distingui...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

\ MADISONVILLE METEOR, THU RSDAY, JUNE 14, 1928. OPENING SALE! Turner's Hiw Furniture Store Friday, June 15th, to Saturday, June 23rd ■ vm IN OPENING OUR NEW STOCK OF FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING SUPPUES WE EXTEND TO THE PUBLIC A CORDIAL INVITATION TO VISIT US ON THIS OCCASION AND IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR ANYTHING IN OUR LINE IT WILL BE OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO YOU TO DO SO AT THIS TIME. IF YOU ARE NOT ESPECIALLY INTERESTED IN BUYING AT THIS TIME WE WANT YOU TO COME AND PAY US A VISIT ANYWAY, THAT YOU MAY KNOW WHAT WE HAVE AND WHAT WE PROPOSE TO KEEP FOR THE BENEFIT AND CONVENIENCE OF YOUR HOME WHEN YOU ARE READY TO BUY. ■/ ■;V 'ifr Turner's Furniture Store i GETTING IN THE SWIM <0 Houston, Texas, Jane 11 Every- body coming to Houston l'or the De- mocratic National Convention start- ing June 26, knc/ws about Galveston's beach, but few i-saii/.e they will have other bathing facilities nearby. There is a pool at the Houston Coun- try Club, another at River Oakfi, a natatorium in the...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

ft a''1;/" ii ** |Vi4' #356* sft- — AT 'Look the; J things, ai iver, they are the don't forget they are prices that are under the market. Don't forget the store that sells for less. DRESSES Ladie's Silk DressKrj the pastel shades the newest and guaranteed regular, $12.95 Values. OUR PRICE $7.95 DRESSES Ladies Silk Dresses in Flat Crepe in the new high colors; they are regular $7.95 Values. OUR PRICE $4.98 DRESSES Ladies Wash Dresses in the Printed trimmed up neatly and Snappy; regu lar $195 Value. OUR PRICE $1.75 HATS Young Ladies, here they are, the new- est in the Big Flops, just what you 9JB !)ubav noX SJOJOO XUB !;UBM classy. ' Values up to $5.00. OUR PRICE $1.95 HATS Ladies Hats, values up to $4.00. CLOSE OUT PRICE $1.50 DRESS GOODS Let us show you what you want in dress goods; we sell them for Less. SHOES -* Ladies and young Ladies Pumps and Ties, covered heels and i nthe best of styles, Blacks and Blonde. Worth up to $6.00. OUR PRICE $2.98. DRESS GOODS We are showing an Engli...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

I if • The MadisorrviHe Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, f#£or va^4 Prop. In the couaty, yev.«v,w.r..|1.50 In the county, 6 monthr_m"____ - .75 Out of courtty, year 2.00 Out of county, "" ' '> Entered 6 month§„„„,.__ 1.00 secoiid-clfLafe matter January 19j 1895, ^t jtJhe post-office in Madisonvilfe, Texas, under the act of Mprch 8, Jj$79. I ■ ■ "h 1 " i • Notice ofc Church services and meet- ings of societies will be published free When no admission feois charged and n© other charge is made. L i„, ■' THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1928. WHAT WE THINK By Frank Dixon #' They say fat people do not live to be very old. That suits us, $re expect to Have a better time in the next world anyway. ■ 1 i• ?i.il ! Little bank roll, ere we f>art - We will press you to our. heart, We've worked hard and long for you We've beeri faithful, yodVe been true. But Vacation time drhws nigh. Soon 'twill be a sad goodbys. Back from our selected spot, We'll return but you will not. "4* 1 • T-?r 1 NOTICE ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

®5S. MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1918. I i FELLOWSHIP NEWS Farmers here are highly hoped up over the crops after the good rain Saturday night. Cotton and corn look good. Mrs. Edna Kimmey and little dau- ghter, Dorothy Gene, of Houston are here for a few days visit with Mrs. Ellen Brimberry and Mrs. Felix Hall. Mr. Jim Tucker and family of El- wood were guests Sunday of Mr. J. N. Hall and family. Mr. Henry Whearley and family of Jenkins were guests Tuesday of Mr. Sion Whearley and family. Mr. Pete Farris and family of Houston were visiting home folks this week end. Mr. W. A. Phillips and family spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stewart of Mecca. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Swinyer and daughter, Lorene, Mr. Howard Savell and family, Messrs. Bill Phillips and Ethel Lanier and little Miss Hazell Knight and Bryan Rigby and family visited Mr. J. M. Rigby and family Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Blankenship and family, Mr. Frank Brimberry and family were guests Saturday night of Mr. Sanfor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

VALLEY FORGE PLANS TWO MEMORIALS TO HONOR HEROIC SOLDIERS OF 1778 Library and Non-Denominational Church Will Rite on Broad Acres Near Philadelphia — Celebration Arranged for June to Mark 150th Year. ~ * v> 7~ \ •• sm ■*', t - >>v J ' - J. VALLEY FORGE, scene of the Continental Army's martyrdom and heroism in the depressing days of 1777 and 1778, will furnish the background for a great national ob- servance of the 150th anniversary. Imposing memorials are planned for the big cantonment outside of Phila- delphia, chiefly a Washington Memo- rial Library and a Washington Memo- rial Church, non-depominational. While the details for the celebration have not yet been announced, it is believed that they will be most com- prehensive and picturesque, including participation first of all by the thir- teen original states and then by all forty-eight states. The Washington memorials will rise on th8 site of the Zulich mansion, de- stroyed last spring by fire. The Rev. W. Herbert Burk, f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 June 1928

e T'-r --ir-r V j \ \ \ V fin Tomato Shipping Tests Disprove Nitrate Bogey BEGIN CULLING THE POOR LAYERS a •• t 1 v* opinion frequently expreaeed by tomato bayeri tout nitrate of A aoda and other inorganic nitro- gen fertilizer* HP**? the shipping quality of tomatoea appean to hare ibeen upset by testa at the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, the results of which hate Just been an* aounced. Not only did tomatoes fer- tilized with a complete fertilizer In which the nitrate of Soda was the sole source of nitrogen stand up excep- tionally well on long shipments, but the official records show that those re- ceiving heavier applications stood the long express journey better than the tomatoes having lighter amounts. In going by express the tomatoes did not have the advantage of refrigerated cars in which long shipments are usu ally made. J. L. Cooley, Jr., a graduate student working for a Master's degree, under- took the tests to determine whether large quantities of nitrate of...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

— And Commonwealth Thirty-Fifth Year T Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, June 21, 1928. Number Thirteen Two Convicts Captured After Escape Saturday 0 — Two short-term convicts escaped from the Ferguson prison farm Satur- day night,according to a telegram re- ceived at the Houston police station Sunday from Manager J. R. Gordan. They were D. J. Notley, 28, sent from Rusk county for two years for theft, and Roy West, 32, sent from Potter county for two years for bur- glary.—Houston PoBt-Dispatch, June 18. Both men were captured by Sheriff Gibson and Deputy Bozeman at Jozye Tuesday morning about 6 o'clock. Local Ford Dealer ^-fceives First Fordor < —0— Thi-Siray Motor Co. has on display this we. k a new Ford sedan, the only one tha* has ever made its appearance in Madvonville. The new Fordor sedan is a striking- ly beautiful car because of its long, low stream line body, attractive colors and the many distinctive features of finish and appointment unusually found only i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

Store News — AT — COOPER'S I«ck them over, they are the new and don't forget they are that are under the mcvket Zfonft forget the store that sells for DRESSES £adie'js Silk Dress in the pastel shades the newest and guaranteed regular, $12.95 Values. OUR PRICE " $7.95 DRESSES JLadies Silk Dresses in Flat Crepe in the new high colors; they are regular $7.95 Values. OUR PRICE $4.98 DRESSES T^iWas "Wash Dresses in the Printed trimmed up neatly and Snappy; regu In- $1.95 Value. OUR PRICE $1.75 HATS Young Ladies, here they are, the new- est in the Big Flops, just what yoa SOB Ijubm noX sjojod autj !)ue& classy. Values up to $5.00. OUR PRICE $L95 HATS I*adie*> Hats,'values up to $4.00_. ' CLOSE OUT PRICE $1.50 DRESS GOODS let us show you what you want in dress goods; we sell them for Les3. A .SHOES ladies and young Ladies Pumps and Ties, covered heels and i nthe best ef styles, Blacks and Blonde. Worth ■p to $6.00. OUR PRICE «2. DRESS GOODS We are showing an English Print; xegular w...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

We are in receipt of a letter with check inclosed from B. F. Loftin of Rosebud. Mr. Loftin says, "Please continue the old home paper, I have been away from Madison County three years but it still seems like home." He says crops in his section are looking fine. , J. A. Outlaw of Trinity was through the city last week in route to Calvert. Mr. Outlaw was here some two years ago as superintendent of the Western Public Service Co. Misses Grace Gene Vencent and Lottie Vencent of Eagle Lake have visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McAfee the past several days. The cotton flea has made his ap- pearance in the Brazos bottom in Brazos County in large numbers and the farmers are making preparations to fight them. No such infestions have been reported in Madison county yet. It would be well however for our farmers to be in readiness for the fight if they should show up in this section again. Some years ago it looked as though the flea would ruin the cotton crop in Madison county but they did not stay l...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

V, \ f \ I j V I '? ,1". The Madisonville M«eor — and Commonwealth — A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. tiS? In the eonnty, year _J,_fl.50 In the county, 6 months w-. .76 Out of county, year —— 2.00. Out of eopnty, 6 month* 1.00 Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1895, at the post-office in Madisonville, Tex s, under the act of March 8, 1879. f - I..H r I 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 21, 1928 CITY PURCHASES TRACTOR «ARM POULTRY RAISING SOON TO BE LOST SCIENCfe AND ART The city dads have purchased a catapillar tractor and grader to use on the streets and they have been do- ing some splendid work the past week. o Mr. and Mrs. J. Reily and children, Lila Fay, Billy and Rosemary, of Tyler Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Venable of North Zulch, Texas Little Miss Lila Fay is a gifted read- er, having been presented in a numb- er of recitals. o Mrs. A. Viser ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

Sunday School • Lesson' (By REV. P. a F1TZWATER, O.U.. Dm* Moody Bible Inatltut* of Chicago.> (©. IMS. Wefttro Nevioitw Union.* V. Lesson for June 24 .• ■; ■ REVIEW—JESUS' THE SAVIOR GOLDEN TEXT—Choose you thla day ■whom ye will serve. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jeaua Teacbea How to Listeh. JUNIOR TOPIC—Learning to L.!«ten INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Jesus our Lord and Savior. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Son of God With Power. For senior and adult classes ti good method of review will be to study the principal facts and give the leadinc teaching of each lesson. .The follow ing suggestions are offered: Lesson for April 1. Before going to the cross Jesus en- deavored to make clear to the dis- ciples the reality of Bis divine per- sonality and the meaning of His suf- fering and resurrection. Correct knowledge of Christ's person and work Is essential to give poise to the dis- ciples in the tragic hours of Ufe. Lesson for April 8. r The resurrection of lesos Christ was announced by an a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

$ v, ; \ r \ , V v i ,'l r WOMEN TO CONTEND FOR PROHIBITION It took the friends of temperence about one hundred years fighting to win national prohibition. No other public question has been so thorough- ly discussed as the Eighteenth Amendment. Everyone knows just where the liquor business stands—it is an outlaw. It has no more rights than murder, burglary, incendiarism or any other crime. There was a time when we had to put up with it —no one has to do that now. Any neighborhood, any city, can be cleansed of this blot. The United States is "dry" by moral conviction. American sentiment is not the senti- ment of the street nor of the forces which are befogging the liquor issue —it is home sentiment, school senti- ment, church sentiment. The Ameri- can home is dry and the American nation gets its tone from the home. Recently at a meeting of the Feder- ation of Womens Clubs in San Anto- nio their president said, "The issue in this political campaign is alcohol. United States Senators, ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

NOTICIE o County Examinations for teachers' Certificates will be held July 6 and 7th. Applicants who wish to take these examinations must register with the County Superintendent. S. F. HOKE. County Superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Brewster Piatt and, Mrs. Clarence Aliarez from Mobile, Ala., visited Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Fati- nin last week W7i Sample of Dr. Le Gear's Antiseptic i, Healing \ Powder —In handy can— Kcalr) and y-rotiCEs barbed wire cuts, sores, collar galls, v ounds, etc. Keeps off flies. Samples free as long as theylast. Come in -lay. JNO. R. BURTIS, Madisonville. T. H. CLAPP, Midway. C. THOMPSON, Bedias. BOROZONE is NOT a liniment It Is thenew antiseptic every one should have ready for use when needed for cuts, wounds, burns, etc. It puri&e« and heals. Liquid and Powder. Sold bv JNO. R. BURTIS * BE SAFE- - - * * KEEP YOUR PROPERTY IN- * • SURED AND FEEL SAFE. • $ Safe — Auto — Fire t • AND ALL KINDS OF INSUR- • • ANCE. ^Madisonville Insurance* * Agency i MAYOR WALKER STA...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 June 1928

? \K* ouiimi mm TOWELS V —15x28— HUCK T0WEL8 OF QUALITY 10c Each TOWELING By the yard — Soft, Absorbant SPECIAL— 10c the Yard MEN'S HATS Hen, see these Hats. A surprise value for you in Straw Headwear— $1.95 VACATION —LUGGAGE— A Complete Line to Select From HAT BOXES- —-98e up SUIT CASES -98c up TRUNKS $4.50 up MILLINERY That is new. The important ques- tion of style modes will be answered by just a glimpse at these new Felts we now have on display— $4.00 to $5.00 OF BARGAIN DAYS IN SESSION d&Ijfe. —At the Family Store— PILLOW CASES $7.95 Georgette and Flat Crepe Dresses OF THE BETTER QUALITY will be grouped in one lot for Saturday, sell- ing a surpries offering-— $7.95 PILLOW CASES —42x36— Before Hemming—Real Values! 25c Each Very special for kind and Quality. Hand embroideried— 39c _Ad_ SHEETS —81x90— Before Hemming—Seamless 98c Sunn GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY Where Business is Alway Goods W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. MADISONVILLE., TE1XAS W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. IIIIIUIIUUIIIIIIII —PRESENT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

•«!Ui •J?** And Commonwealth Thirty^ifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, June 28,1928. Numfcer Fourteen Nadison County Nay Claim Another Master Farmer for 1928 Madison county is again entering the Progressive Farmer's Master Farmer contest for 1928. We are trying to build a reputation for Madi- son County so that when any one in Texas hears the name Madison they will automatically think of "Master Farmers." This spring Mr. E. Whitmire won out in the elimination contest, and was declared by our local committee the winner of the name "Master Farmer in Madison County for 1928. Five farmers and their farms were checked over very carefully by the local committee composed of the fol- lowing men: Messrs. Andrew Knight, Sam Jackson, Oscar Standley, J. A. McKay and W. H. DuPuy. This committee had score cards to go by and choose the farm that show- ed that it was run on strictly a busi- ness basis and each farming operation was watched to see, by records, that it was makin...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

•'-it II i WHAT WE THINK By Frank Dixon We believe the actual reason most men marry young is because they are afraid all the girls win be cone unless they hurry. Of course, -again we old folks will agree—they are wrong. I get more provoked every day at these eat meetings at get the crowd. By the time the members have eaten, gassed awhile and learned the pur- pose of the meeting, it is long past time to adjourn. o Did you ever notice how every wife feels how her own other half is so hard to handle, whereas every other woman's husband looks so easy ? o There's one time we're all equal— when we are asleep, soundly. o The rallying cry is 100,000 farmers to the Kansas City convention, march- ing as to war. We are betting that they will be heard and the rattle of their hoopies is all that will cut any ice. If the farmer does anything at all, he will protest the price of gas (?) of which there will be a liberal flow at Kansas City. ——o If you want the farmers interested in a convention you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

THE CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN WOMEN In 1920, an amendment to the United States constitution was adopt- ed by means of which every woman was given the same rights of citizen- ship accorded already by men. To many women the passing of this nineteenth amendment meant a victory after years of constant en- deavor for constitutional recognition of women as equal before the law to men. Many other women had no in- terest whatever in such recognition, caring to be home-makers rather than state builders. When, however, all sufferage priveleges were grant- ed these women, their point of view was altered. Given the ballot, they wished to use it and to use it wise- ly. Why do these women wish to cast their ballots? As home-makers interested in the safety and welfare of their neighbors and their children, they are eager to do their part to the best of their ability in making their country the best place to live in. They wish to actualize the principles and high standards for which they stand, and abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

I' it r ' '5V m. The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — ' J. A. KMIOHT, Editof'and Prop. In the coanty, year —- la the comply, 6 montluu.*.. Out of eoupty, yea?-—-*-—• Out of county, 6 month*—... 91.50 .78 — 2.oaj — 1.0Q Entered W second-class matter January 191, 1W6, at Ihe post-oftce in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879v~ 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 28, 1928 Local Merchants Enjoy Lively Trade The last several - Saturdays have witnessed the largest crowds in Madi- sonville that have ever been seen here without some added attraction besides the general bargains being offered by the business men of this city. The streets have been full of automobiles, parked several blocks from the public square and it has been difficult , to find parking space at times during the day. People are coming from forty and fifty miles away and when they come...

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