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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

S — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADIS ON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1928. NUMBER 43 National Democratic Convention to Mpfet At Houston, Te*as. The greatest event in th^Ms- Young Girl Committed Suicide at St. Charles Hotel Last Thursday o Miss Christa Bell Williams a- was found in her room at the tory of Texas so far as . , , thering is concerned will -the, St. Charles Hotel in this city, by National Democratic Convention C. S. Allphin, the proprietor, to assimble at Houston Texas next June. Congressman .Dan- iel E. Garrett, Fessie Joiies, and GoVernor Dan Moody were the men who are responsible for the event being held in Houston. The closest competitor wa^Los Angeles California who bid $250, 000.00 for it after Mr. Jon&i had bid in behalf of Houston $200,- 000.00. The race looked as though it would go to thewest- crn city but when Governor Mody arrived and satcjl that Houston was not the only,'people in Texas who wanted th^ con- vention but he c...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

NORTH ZULCH NEWS Rev. J. L. Bounds filled his regular appointment at Plain- view church Sunday. Mrs. Cora Williams was called to Shiro last Saturday on account of illness of one of Mrs. Ada B Smith's children. W. F. Burney and family, for- merly of this place, have moved back from Mexia and will go on his farm several miles south, of town. Rev. Otha Keefer has been added to the North Zulch school faculty. This gives us 8 teachers now. We not only welcome him as a teacher, but are glad to have this splendid family live in our town. Mr. L. B. Chambers spent the week-end with his family here. He is working on the good rodas near Crockett. A wedding of very much sur- prise occurred at noon Wednes- day when Miss Amy Wilson and Mr. David Frazier went over to Rev. J. L. Bounds and got mar- *********** : INSURANCE * X FIRE, WINDSTORM, AUTO- * MOBILE AND CASUALTY * • Apply at Residence or phone 14 MRS. L. M. KENT JOE E. WEBB • ALL KINDS OF : INSURANCE • Life, Accident, Fire, Tornado, In- * d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

# TO VOTERS OF PRECINCT X. o In offering myself as a candi- date for re-election to the office of Justice of Peace and Commis- sioner, I pledge the people to look after the interests of the county and discharge my duties without fear or favor the same as I have tried to do since I took the oath of office. Truly, it is gratifying to have so many of my constituents congratulate me on my efforts in this connec- tion. I must admit that I have made mistakes and I hope to profit thereby in my future ef- forts. I submit my record to you to base your decision as to my fitness. Believing that any officer who has upheld the law and who has rendered honest and efficient ser- vice should be re-elected, for at least the second term, I beg you to thoroughly consider the work that has-been accomplished, on the merits of which I solicit your support and influence at the July primary. Respectfully yours, O. L. BROWN. Maize Heads Place your order with me for Maize heads. Car to arrive soon. —T. A. By...

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

i . i TO the PEOPLE OF MADISON COUNTY 0 Any Public Office which is by the gift of the people of the State of Texas or any sub-di- vision thereof carries with the same certain duties and res- ponsibilities and affords splen- did opportunities for real service in the proper discharge of its Constitutional and Legal func- tions. Having in mind the contents of the above and foregoing para- graph, I made my announcement /or the District Clerk's office and if the good people of Madi- son county Vv ill give me their support in the coming Prima- ries, I will promise that the very best efforts of my life will be de- voted to the proper discharge of said office and to the confidence you have placed in me. Respectfully yours, Mrs J. LUTHER BROADWAY. — o — In Memory of Christobell Williams On Jan. 12, 1928, Mrs. Christa Bell Williams died of her own hand, for what reason no one will ever know. Those who knew her best and those who were closely associa- ted with her say it was a dissap- pointed ...

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

WEI-DC N TO WACO RAILROAD STARTS Work was started last week on the extension of the W. B. T. & S. failroad from Weldon to Waco. Right-of-way was being cl '^red and a railroad graded by the workmen toward Trinitv river from the Houston county town. The W. B. T. & S. will be extended not only from Weldon to Waco, but from Livingston to Port Arthur and Beaumont, giv- ing direct rail connection from central Texas to the Sabine dis- trict.. R. C. Duff, Presidenet of the railroad company, succeeded in securing this year necessary permission from the Interstate Commerce Commission after a long fight, and will make every effort to put the road through in as short time as possible, it is said. ttiaaiiffiffiiana* I NAUSEA I "j/k Mm v This and Other Troubles Relieved By Black-Draught. ™ Mrs. Ada Blackmar, of Alex- Hl ander City, Ala., writes: dpgj "From time to time, I would have spells of nausea TO which would put me to bed. ffgj I would turn a dull, yellow ^g) color and, for days at ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

(■KiWt: r r * PENCIL POINTS * * M. J. W. Public speaking and writing for a newspaper are like pulling the trigger of a gun. If it is not loaded nothing happens. * * * * ' The la"3t: scholactife census shows that Madison) ^dflnty. had; 78 fewer children of school age than it had the year before. What, becomes of the little folks? The present number is 3,210 in the county. * ♦ ♦ ♦ Some people do not under- stand the purpose of hell. In olden times when the black-pest or some other terrible evidence ran through the town or com- munity the authorities would build a house some miles away and call it the pesh-house, where they would carry those infested with the plague. That is what hell is—a pest house where in- curable sinners are confined, to prevent the marring of heaven by their own awful infections. * # * ♦ It is said that wedding rings were originally intended as an instrument of torture. If a young lady made complaint agains a young man she was given a. sword, a rope and a ring. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

0 0 9 / L Ml f I. i ?03 5Q ii & <cimw n Br F> Ii \M LEE aunorv swsjk-, i Eii--thiuh]* "Zyr*t jyi^i I rhooa HOW SWINDLERS MARK THEIR PREY oy ' W. R. MOREHOUSE, Public Relations Committee In the field of fake invest- ments suckers are graded accord ing to their reaction to the ap- peal of glittering schemes. A V/flame/ on, a sucker xlist of:-invest tors may ha\N * a' Valuation any- where from zero to $100. $ ♦^fct'ATRONIZE your Nabor- J|-| hood Stores" mis-speii the jlr advertisements. It may be the oddness of the spelling, or else the soundness of the advice, but it's safe to say that most people have noticed thern. Tiie advice ii, sound because it enables you to carry home your own parcels, thus keep- ing down prices by avoiding having delivery charges tacked on to them, because there are not so many uni- form products nowadaj's that you get the same quality everywhere, and because it makes shopping a pleasant thing to be known and greeted by name where you do your buying....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

vli A Record REDUCTION - - The Perfected Whippet, ready for im- mediate Delivery. We have these cars in stock now. Come to see and inspect them — note these amazing low prices: I ■ s I I the touring the roadster the coupe TPT COACH THE SEDAN, r o-jr-D:<er THE CABROLET THE CHASSIS $455 485 535 535 585 545 355 : ■ s : s : This is the lowest priced car in its class, that has ever been offered to the automobile buyers. See them and be convinced of the wonderful values. PARK CEMETERY ASSO- CIATION The Park Cemetery Associa- tion will meet January 28th ir regular session. All bids will be received for the work and will be written and sealed. They will be opened and read before the assembly. The lowest bidder gets the work. Come and bring your dues. Mrs. J. T. Stutts. CARD OF THANKS o We take this means of thank- ing our many friends for their untimely and kindly efforts shown us during the iilnes* and death of our son and brother. Willie Max Sowell. Your con- soling words and loyal fri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

STORE NEWS — AT — COOPER'S Keep your eye on this store dur- ing the year of 1928. You can- not pay more here; we have got prices that will suit any purse. Stop and read. They are knock- outs! DRESSES One lot Ladies Silk Dresses, just arrived. Made to sell at $5.95. SPECIAL — Our Price — LOOK— $2.98 —LOOK DRESSES One Lot Ladies Silk Dresses in the Spring colors; beautiful, and worth $7.95. SPECIAL OUR $4.98 PRICE DRESSES One lot Ladies New Spring Dresses of the newest shades in the heavy Flat Crepe supposed to retail at $10. SPECIAL OUR $7.95 PRICE DRESSES Just arrived, the New Spring line of BETTY JOYCE Dresses; a regular $1.95 value in the new print design, and beautifully trimmed. SPECIAL OUR $1.75 PRICE SHOES Friends, you cannot realize what values these Pumps and Ties nre —they are guaranteed; values up to $5.00. SPECIAL OUR $2.98 PRICE SHOES Young Men's Black Oxfords, regular $3.50 values. SPECIAL OUR $2.98 PRICE NOTICE o Sheriff's Sale DIED AT IOLA SHIRTS Men's Blue Work Shirt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 January 1928

-m'*n M f GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY THE FAMILY STORE RECEIVED NEW THIS WEEK WASH FROCKS Spring numbers, imjapijfceid Irish linen, yard dyed, fast j colors.1. Deep hems, full cut. Colors. T7 Tan, Rose, Copen, Yellowj Green Fourlard Prints Dark Grounds, Novelty colors, light. Sizes 16 to 46, Priced - - $2.98 to $3.98 SHOES! SHOES! Our shoes are 100; per cent leathter and give, long wear. Big shipment just received. Try our specials on broken lines. $1.98 and $$>.85 :r -' - 1 j' y * WORK PAINTS & Overalls, Work Glqkves, Work Shirts. * § Work Pants ;-i-98c and up Gloves Li, J$)c up Work Shirts £ 39c up MILLINERY Early Spring fashion Best money values tc| Be quicjc to get pick o values, $1.98 and $2.49 $ats. /feyea. these PIECE GOODS New and interesting; come and ■ make your selection now. Suit- ings, wash goods; white goods, Silks, Linens, Ginghams and Percales at the price you want to pay. Wl II , BLANKETS is your chance to buy BJafti- -^ets, seeing is believing: ; Look *M;he ...

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

•> ''ffc-'-m {' j>V- ' **ifTy k*. I And Commonwealth — THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, MADISONYILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURS DAY, JANUARY 26, 1928. "'j •■■■ ■■ ■ NUMBER 44 LOCAL FIRM IS SPREADING LOCAL DRUG FIRM HAS DONE WELL \\\Y In the year 1908 there was es- tablished in Madisonville a con- Madison ville has, in the 'Her- ring-Turner Hardware Company one of the most modern, up-ty-1 fectionery by Mr. Geo.L. Turner date and complete firms of . ii# As in the beginning of all new kind in this portion of the state, business ventures, all was not There is to be found at this store easy S°in£ with Mr- Turner and everything one can think of in the new business. Due to his the way of hardware, from tacfes business ability and strong char- to cream separators, and from acter, however, he did make it heel bolts to the latest and b&t a go. In fact, he more than equipped riding cultivators and I made it go, for in eight short LOCAL C OF C. TO HOLD A BANQUET Tr" CO. DISPLAYED FORD planters,...

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

I BPJ. M -J Local and Personal Mrs. 0. K. McAfee is reported very sick this week. Mr. S. S. Burtis was in Bryan the past few days on business. o Mr. Jim Fleming was down from Leon county last week on business. W. M. McDonald and R. P. Gibbs were visitors in Bryan last week. Mr. J. T. Burtis was over from College Station the past week to visit his family. o Mr. N. N. Thompson renewed his subscription while in the city the latter part of last week. o Mr. A. C. Bradford of Dallas, has been the guest of his son, W. D. Bradford the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leieh were pleasant visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Viser the past week. o Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wilson of Houston visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson of the Center comumnity the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gibbs are the proud parents of a fine ten pound baby girl, born Friday night, January 20th. Miss Margaret Byers was a visitor in Bryan last week. o Mr. A. P. Baker was here from the Fellowship communi- ty one day last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 January 1928

11 • * I • Improved Uniform International Sunday School ' Lesson' (By REV. P. B. F1TZWAT3K, D.D., Dean Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (© 1928. Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for January 29 THE GROWING FAME OF JESUS LESSON TEXT—Mark 3:7-12; 6:53- 66. GOLDEN TEXT—"The common peo- ple heard him gladly." PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus Followed by Crowds of People. JUNIOR TOPIC—The Growing Fame Of Jesus. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Why the People Followed Jesus. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Secret of Jesus' Fame. I. Jesus Ministering by the Sea <3:7-12). 1. Why He withdrew. It was be- cause of the murderous plotting of the Pharisees against His life. So violent was their hatred against Him that they conspired with the Herodianss whom they regarded as traitors to their nation and country, to put Him to death. Their opposition was i aroused when Jesus claimed to have power on earth to forgive sins (2:10). It grew in intensity when He mingled with publicans and sinners (2:1G). j and...

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

i 1 !i n fi I The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — ~~J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and PropT" In the county, year 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 irigs of societies will be published frer when no admission fee is charged and no other charge is made. THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1928. Mr. R. F. Musgrove is build- ing another home where his residence recently burned. He has bought the old Meteor office building and the one next to it and will use the best material in these two buildings in his new residence. o- Mr. T. H. Word will begin the erection of a brick on his lot on the east side Qf the square at an early date. Practically all ar- rangements have been made and work will begin as as soon as material can be gotten on the ground. O 7 Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNair were visitors in the city Mo...

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

*W?' f Store News — AT — COOPER'S Take a look at these prices and see where you will have sav- ed money. You will find quality at a low price these values are often seen. shirts '"r Mens pocket, tripple stitch Hong Itong Work shirts a re- gular $1.25 value. 98 CENTS Mens Blue Work shirts tripple stitch 2 pocket made of heavy defined cheviot a regular $1.0l value. 89 cents SHIRTS Mens 2 pocket tripple stitch B!r work shirts regular 65c value. 49 CENTS PANTS Men's Cotton Work Pants, cufr bottoms. Flap on hip pocket. SPECIAL 98 CENTS OVERALLS Men's Blue Overalls, triple stit- ched, bar tacked pockets, regu lar $1.25 value. SPECIAL $1.00 OVERALLS One lot Boys Blue Overalls, 50c SHOES Men's work shoes, sizes 6 to 12; a real bargain: SPECIAL $1.98 SHOES Men's and Young Men's Oxfords a real $3.50 value, $2.98 GINGHAM Good grade 32 inch Gingham; a regular 19 c value. SPECIAL 15c Yard r DOMESTIC 36 inch Brown Domestic; a reg ular 12 1-2 cent value. SPECIAL 10c Y?.rd DRESSES One lot Gingham d...

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

BILLIE JOHNSON DEAD I i Mr. Billie Johnson died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Johnson ( in the Un- ion community December 26, and his remains were laid to rest in the Oxford cemetery at 2 p. m. the followin Thursday. A large crowd of sympathiz ing friends and neighbors were there to mingle their tears with the bereaved family in the loss of their loved one. Billie was 27 years old and was good christian. He leaves to mourn his going, his wife and baby, father and mother, five brothers and two sisters. The Meteor joins their many friends in extending sympathy. Rev. U. C. Bracewell conduct- ed services and spoke in his usu- al consoling manner of the many virtues of the deceased. Mrs. C. J. Sloan of Midway is visiting her parents and rela- tives of Wheelock, Texas. Mrs. 0. C. Wakefield of Crock- ett has bee nvisiting her friends and relatives of Midway. Austin and John Steele of Corpus Christi were here the past few days to be with their grand-mother, Mrs. J. R. Steel...

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

new bill to regulate motion PICTURE sales Our atetntion has been called by A. L. Stoddard, manager of the local theatre, to a bill now pend- ing in congress to regulate the; sale of the motion picture indus- try, which provides that the theatre owner can buy such puc- tures as may suit their locali- ties and not be forced to buy those that are undesirable along with the ones they want. In the past it has been the poli cy, according to Mr. Stoddard, that they have been forced to buy their pictures in blocks, or buy such pictures as they would not like to show in his locality; in order to get the desirable pic-; tures. This is done by the pro-: ducers or the dealers in order to dispose of those, pictures and the public is beinjr depredated on because of this arrangement, which is unfair to the theatre man and to the public as well. | This bill is being sponsored by | Senator Brookhart of Iowa and wil! ?ive the theatre men the j privilege of selecting their own pictures and not be forc...

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

■ 1 I! I i s Dry Goods Pouring Into The Family Store Spring Frocks heavy flat crepe; new colors, new styles, at $5.95 Spring Frocks, Imported Irish Linen, fast colors, Rose, Copen, Y&Ilow, Green at— ___$3.50-$3.98 Four lard Prints Novelty Light and Dark Ground-colors* Sizes 16 to 46. $2.98 to $3.98 Piece Goods . j v . ■ ;• New and interesting. Come make your selections, now. Suiting, Wash goods, White goods, Silks, Im- ported Linens, Peter Pan Suiting, Ginghams and Per- cale, at the Price You Want to Pay. HOSIERY tit) New Hosiery at lower prices. Extra values, extra low prices, with the same* satisfactory service that comes from our line of Pum^ilk Hose. ^1.98 values, Servifc* weight lisle top__$1.49 11.Of) values, Silt 'Tto!| to top 69c -#T Earlys Spring Fashion Hats are lovely and charming in beauty— • ^ '$1.08 and $2.49 — Men's andiBloy's Trousers TRY US A new and completa~4inMtf Men's and Boys extra high grade Pants. You can buy Trousers here in the Quality and Price Fit. 98...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

u I 11 - I Meteor — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR NEW IS ORDINANCE PROPOSED The ladies of the Civic Club have- asked the city council to pass an or-, dinance to prohibit chickens from run- ning at large in the city limits, and they now have this under advisement or consideration. This is going to bring on more talk. Lots of people have chickens and are not prepared to keep them in- side of a fence at all, and should an. ordinance of this kind be enacted, it would necessiate their going to a lo|k of expense or get rid of their flocks. On the other hand the Civic Club has started a City Beautiful move-t ment, which they hope to carry out with some measure of success this year and get better and better as the years go by. It is evident that they can put this over, as the courthouse square will verify, for they ha\re transfomed it from a heap of rubmsh to a flower garden with beautiful trees and also shrubbery growing that in a few years will make one of the real beau- ty spots ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

GO ON TRIP TO CUBA AND FLORIDA o Five Texans who have made en- viable records in crop production will be members of the Chilean Nitrate of Soda party on the trip to Florida and Cuba early in February. Heed- ing the Texas delegation will be John W. McFarlane of Palestine, winner of the 1927 State Wide Cotton Cham- pionship. The Cuban trip was arranged by the Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educa- tional Bureau as a reward to winners of cotton-growing competitions through the South. There will be about forty persons in the party and the Texas delegation is one of the largest. Special arrangements are being made for their entertain ment in Florida and Havana. In Cuba the American farmers will be received by government officials and will also be entertained by the Her shey sugar plantation. Upon their return to this country they will visit Miami, Palm Beach, Tampa, Or lando, and Jacksonville. Miss Ruby Lee Williams and Miss Elga Daniels, both of Nacogdoches County, will be members of the party ...

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