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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 August 1928

THE MAD1SONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 32. 1928. if . ! I I kbS?-: < l§ ||f, ' PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL Amendment providing for a STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND RELATING TO TERM8 OF SCHOOL OFFICERS B. J. R. No. 14- Proposing to amend Article 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texaa by Adding thereto Section 16, providing jjjat the term of all officers of the grablic free school system, including State institutions of higher education, H««y be fixed not to exceed six years; proposing to amend Section 8 of [Article 7 of said Constitution, author- ing the appointment or election of a gtate Broad of Education to serve fcot to exceed six years; requiring said Amendments to be submitted to the people for adoption and making ap- propriationr therefor. JJe it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Article 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amended by adding thereto Section J6 as follows: "The Legislature shall fix by law the terms of all offices...

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 — 23 August 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAT, AUGUST 32, 1928. "HIRED MEN" ON U. S. FARMS ARE HIGHEST PAID The average wage paid "hired men" on the farms of the United States is $2.36 per day, without board, according to the latest report of the Depaitment of Labor. In France the average daily wage is $1.05, in Germany, $0.56, and Great Britain. $1.27. In the United States, the average wage ranges from $1.25 per day i: South Carolina, to $3.80 in Conncricut and Rhode Island. Higher wages in industry are year- ly attracting more and more labors from the farms of the United States obser ved the research department of the National Association of Farm Equipment Manufacturers, but in spite of this drift to the cities, agri- cultu; al production is as high or high- er than ever. Better farming meth- ods, improved varieties of grain and better type livestock coupled with the replacement of hand labor by sim- prover farm machinery is enabling the American farmer to become more and more independent of ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 August 1928

ii—Mm*!—*, i ,wi i ii-s ' VV.'. Mv THE MADISONV1LLE METEOR, THURSDAY. AUGUST U 1IU. The Madisonville Meteor <*&* nhaa:b- " ve 1 could manage the fellow in offlce aa J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. 11.50 __ the county, 6 months .76 Oat of county, year —.— *.00 Out of county, ( months. 1.' fa tht county, year— Entered as second-elaaa milfef January 19, 1896, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of ■arch 8, 1879. STATE COMPETITION IN BUSINESS Our attention has been called to the competition in printing offices of our state schools to the local printer and to the entire printing fraternity of the state. We are not afraid of any legitimate competition and have no atate school in our mind, but we are unable to see that it is fair to any business to be taxed to keep these achools functioning and then have tc compete with them in any line of work, whether it be printing or mak- ing shoes or what not. There is no- thing fair about this in as much as they have no way...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 August 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1928. 4- % Auction Sale AT MADISONVILLE Sept. 1 St 10:00 A. M. A Car of Good Young HORSES Broke and unbroke stuff, mules and paints. SALE STARTS PROMPTLY at 10 a.m. J. B. KING, Auctioneer Julian Bailey has gone to Houston where he has accepted a position. Miss Thelma Morris is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Morris, this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Latham and Mr. S. 0. Heaton of Ponola county were here this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ash. o Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barrett and Mrs. Lawrence Young were up from Houston Sunday to visit Mrs. Minnit Faulkner. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Randolph left this week for Orange, where they will teach again the coming session. o Miss Jeannett Day is here from Houston to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Day. o——— FOR SALE—Pair young mules: weight about 850 pounds each—ona bay mare weight about 950 pounds, can be seen at my place in town 2t —J. E. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Savell of the Fellowship co...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 August 1928

vrHp| It'-':'- 10 '&UUM >Mll iW THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 32,1M8. Br; m Wi P? Kir P • .1 Rill Bp:-.: WM>^ '. (*■ ■• i Improved Uniform International SmdaySdiool ? Lessonf fBy REV. P. & riTXWATClt. D.O.. Dhi Moody Blbl* laatltau of Chicago.) (A. 1*11. WMtern N*wat«por Union. P Lesson for August 26 PAUL IN A ROMAN PRISON LESSON TEXT—-Act* I6W-40. GOLDEN TEXT—Rejolc# In tho Lord Always; and again 1 say. Keioico. FltlMAUV TOPIC—Paul 10 JalL JUNIOR TOPIC—Paul In Prison. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- K—The Source of Paul's Joy. TOUNU PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- fC—Paul A* an Evangelist. 1. Paul and Silas in Jail (vv. 1G-2C). L Tbe occasion (vv. 10-24). Aa Uie missionaries went out troni day to da; to tliu pluce ot praj er Uiey were accosted by a young woman pus- aessed by a spirit ot divination. Sbe vu owned by a syndicate of men who derived large gains from her soothsay- ing. Her utterances aa sbe followed the lonartes became a great annoy- to Paul, who in tbe name...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 August 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. 1928. The American Champion * fjjp cow, who holds'the^Unked States'chamnmn V)-rmsby £rd> a Holstein-Friesian all ages and breeL Her rS t T^e"! f bu"er-fat producer over Many other fine Holsteins will be on di^lav at'\T I °Lbuttfrl!at "n. a £,ear- at the State Fair of Texas, Oct. 6 to 21 Southwestern Dairy Show destinedTo'bs^ut thf kvno^edgJb'sp^adinp ^.0,?dL'rf,ul dairy country it is isa srs.ih' f ™- >tzAb&zizs srss^gs overH100 ofatheb^^esTeanhn^s'?obtafnable'nhaWngUbeenC' ulacedU"'t*' Pl?M' strategic points in North and East Texas S In X w# Van°vus These include Jerseys, Holsteins and other fine dairy b^ods m°nth'' Dall^Oct 6til Jrill tf!«, S ' t0 bei.heId at the state Fair of Texas SL &K.h,E,,nd "ppl"",c'" ""b' "*Je ta" ™ bSMS LET ME WEIGH YOUR COTTON With thirty years experience in building a cotton sample, we are bet- ter prepared to give you satisfac- tory service and you can be assured of a tetter showing of any begir...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 August 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1928. THE ROAD TO LOWER PRICES leads to the Family Store, where quality buying means to you lower prices. Our aim is to double our volume. We are preparing with heavy stocks for Fall. New goods are arriving and we invite you to be our guest- Look them over, then you'll become a customer. THIS WEEK Men's Dress shirts as lcmg as they last, 2 for— „ 1.00 THIS WEEK 36 in. soft finish beach domestic, per yard 10c Cheviot Shirting, good quality, yard 15c 36 in. Good quality Brown Domestic, per yard _ 10c Red Seal Dress Gingham, new, yard 15c We recommend that you buy liberally of these values. SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES 81 X 90 Sheets ...98c 36 X 42 Pillow Case 25c THIS WEEK 9-4 Wide Brown Sheeting, per yprd 37c 9-4 Wide Bleached Sheeting, per yard 39c SURPRISE OFFERING x For Saturday, on all 50c organdies, voiles, flaxon and Batist, will be put on one table at a surprising low price for one day only, Saturday, August 25; better not miss this opp...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

Meteor And Commonwealth — Thirty-fifth Year Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, August 30, 1928. Number Twenty-three Confederate Veteran Answers Last Call At the home of his duaghter, Mrs. Edith Evans, Mr. S. H. Lindsey, Sr., passed to his reward August 24 at 4 o'clock a. m. at the age of 88 years, i But few men live to this ripe | old age with a life ao full of active service as that of the supject of this 1 sketch. He was a citizen of Madison bounty from 1883 to 1898 and was rone of the men of this section who bore the marks of battle on his body, by paving the way for modfn civili- zation that those of us now •. ^oy in this section of the state. He was a man who stood for the enforcement of the law and helped to transform the state of Texas from the law of might to the law of right, thus leav- ing his posterity the example of t true father and citizen. He was a member of the commis- sioners court of Madison county when the Court House was built that ^ now stands on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

"THETMADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY. AUGUST .10, ;928. - :&■ & k: R&l bH m ■V it - New high pressure fueling • • •and New high speed carburetion Supplementing the amazing abilities of Buick'a improved Valve-in-IIcud engine—providing brilliant new efficiency and effectiveness at all engine speeds—are two wonderful new Silver Anniversary Buick features . . . A new high-pressure gas pump—completely eliminating the old fashioned vacuum tank—assures a steady flow of fuel under all driving conditions; and a new high-speed carburetor—the moatexpensive employed on any motor car—produces unrival- ed ease of starting, smooth operation and maximum economy. The world-famous Buiek engine—with these two new features ■ attains the highest degree of efficiency of any automobile engine ... and attains that peak efficiency with any grade of fad—lu w test, high-test or in between! Hair-trigger acceleration ! Dazzling new swiftness I Match- less hJO-dQmfatng! Unrivaled ability to maintain a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

FELLOWSHIP NEWS Health is some better. Cotton picking is the order of the day here. The cotton yield is very good. Mr. Earl Hale and family of Hous- ton are here visiting relatives. Mr. Clyde Boney and little son Billy Clyde, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Phillips. Mrs. Maggie Cluberth and children of league are here visiting hei daughter, Mrs. Rob Arthur and other relatives and friends. , M '. Luther Musgrove and family were guests, Sunday, of Mr. Frank Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Parten Shine ant Mrs. Tom Farris were Sunday after- noon visitors at Mr. Frank Brimber- ry's. Snookum went down to Anderson with her aunt, Mrs. F. C. Fulgham and visited a week, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sowell are the proud parents of a fine baby boy born Monday, August 20. Mr. C. L. Phillips and Misses Guil- ford and Louise Carthan of Cook Springs took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jettie Alfred at Madi- sonville. Mr. Lee Hale and son of Houston were visiting relatives and frie...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

my "HSjT THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. 1S28. It,' ' 1 1k ^ mm*;- Hli: US* PS B The Madi onville Meteor | J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year — 11.50 Id the county, 6 months .76 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 month*—1.001 Entered as second-class matter j January 19, 1895, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1928. THE BOLTERS Much is being said about the bolt-1 ers from the Democratic party by the "stand patters" and severe criticism is being offered by the party leaders toward those who have said they would not support A1 Smith because of his attitude toward the whiskey question. Those who want Smith think it a crime to bolt and those who don't want him think it a crime if you don't. So the world goes on and •very man has his opinion about this as well as other things in this freei land of ours? We haven't noticed a single criti- cism offered, however, by the Demo- cratic party of Ra...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

-•■fc THE MADIS0KV1LLE METEOR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3% 1S2S. # w s> #* Store News SMITH SPEECH — AT — COOPER'S For eleven years it has been the policy of this store to sell quality merchandise for less money. Tfc day crar stock is the lafjjefit it has ever been and prices you will find J owe ;-. lit ad the following and judge for ! yourself. DOMESTIC 36 inch*!Brown domestic, a real buy; get ..:1 you want. ONLY 7 l-2c YARD IS PROGRESSIVE, Democratic Nominee Pledges Self to Administration for Benefit of All the People. AGRICULTURAL PROBLEM TO iGET PROMPT ACTIO:. Will Enforce Dry Law, Stamp Out Cor ruption and Recommend Charts! to Congress—Promises Hon- est Tariff. Democratic part7^ .If.'. Governor Srulti GINGHAM 27 inch Dress Gingham, regular 10c valu-.- 7 3-2c YARD PERCAL 36 -inch Peixal, a regular -20c value. ONLY •15c YARD GINGHAM 132 Drisss Gingham, a 20c value. ONLY 15c YARD DRESSES -Lad't ? House Dresses, a regular SI .50 value. ONLY 98 CENTS SHOES 1 L children shoes, Standard Br...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

fm. ■ V -:,vt li&hf fe a 1 f:' ■WM'i |v 4" ft- 11^ .' m ' : " ' f ; v ills' Bfil i' m •■' . K§^vi§v/ I (J?V life -M • v Improved Uniform International StmdayScM • Lesson * (By REV. P. a FITVtWATER. DO. Dmb Moody Btbl* Inrfltat* of Chleaco.) («. till. WMlern NewiMMrOnloW e====== . = Lesson for September 2 PAUL PREACHING IN THESSALON- ICA AND 8EREA tESSON TEXT—Act* 17:1-16: I Thes , S:1Z-Z3, Romans I &: 18-20 GOLDEN TEXT—The entranro of thy vords glvetb 'ight. PR1MARV TOPIC—Paul Find* New iJTrlends and F"u« . JUNIOR TOPIC—Paul find* New J"rlend and Foe« INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP ijc—Paul's Use of the Scriptures. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP. JC—Paul, Organiser of Churches. |* 1. Preaching In Thessalonica (Acts i7:l-10). ills method (vv. 1, 2). He observed tlie divine order, "to tile Jew first." bat whenever they proved themselves unworthy he turned to the Gentiles. He went out on the 8ahhath day so as to tlnd them as- sembled together. 2. His message (v. 3). It was that Jesus ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. 1928. A Perfect Luncl aeon SHREDDED ounces full-size biscuits PIN MONEY FOR HOOVER FUND A delight for hot days. Nourishing and refreshing. Easily digested by anyone, YRXSCUSV * Serve with butter, toasted,* MADE AT NIAGARA FALLS • VISITORS WELCOME ELEVATOR TAKES THE "SCOOP" OUT OF SCOOP SHOVEL Cribbing and binning grain and corn, whether it is harvest time, corn husking time or shelling time, is a much easier job and can be done a great deal quicker by means of a por- table elevator, than by hand, says the research department of the National Association of Farm Equipment Man- ufacturers. An elevator will unload the biggest load of corn or grain in three to six minutes, a saving of valuable time in busy seasons, be- sides eliminating the well known brand of backache which accompanies excessive use of the scoop shovel. A small gasoline engin, a team or horse, the farm tractor or an electric motor will supply sufficient power to operate the ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 30 August 1928

BW H : ' * * "* J — r.:- /Vv/': *■' ■ * tpf ■ 1 1&S ■t - ^ rr^rwTTMl rise above ere most between HOOVER Mrs. Robert Lindsey by Mrs. Fl« county, for the purpose of the county for the repui Herbert Hoover. 11| the member of the Ni Committed of tht YtiDub •r.■ ■■■■■*• w■ of 6 is county-wide sad it that she not only < i, hot democrats who I, c •w & the Waller i porta nee. Three; well cf a; detson j ears, then fall as Be did not THAT of their im- j BKiifiifl! .. :| '*3* ijm .v,m i|p| mMI •way and SpS- in o Hn th.t and these opportunities was hhi lack <fl| a business training. When the fourth 6t May I always feel liko ing," says Mr. Walden. "It was on that date that I enrolled at .Commercial College, Tyler, Texas. ust six months lstsr, November 4. I had graduated in. Bookkeeping and Shorthand and other Subjects. starting salfgy was small ini deed compared to whst we now pay T. C. C. graduates who offices. But the salary secondary, just as it Is "tbday. The big thing Tyler Co...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 September 1928

ilBpri wvm + 4* ionstratii bi m UstYnr. Eimtlmin w ■ p Prralsn to Bi Fr Btttsr fori Big Evirt. :nt on Whitmire Farm Is Instructive Preparations are being made for the Madison County Fair which will be a far better showing for Madison and adjoining counties than was had last year. County Agent W. H. Du- Puy and Secretary J, N. Baney are working hard to make the Fair this year better than any county fair that has been given in this section of Texas in recent years. The catalogue is now on the press and will be\ ready for distribution in the next few days, with all the premium list and com- mittees who have charge of the var- ious departments. Those who want a catalogue should make application to the Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce or W. H. DuPuy and one will be mailed to you as Boon as they are off the press. We hope that the people of Madison county will make a splendid effort to bring the best of their field jnd • , garden products and live stock and participate in the fair fro...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 September 1928

V////////S/////j'/////S////jl////////////////.'////////////////s//////'/Y/SSW/////*/////////////////////////////////////'- K. HELLO, KIDDIES! School days will We have everything you need=— T ablets Pencils Note Book Covers Scissors Spelling Pads Fountain Pens Etc. Note Book Paper Paste School Bags Ink Etc. Erasers Clips Crayolas Etc. On the Opening Day of School we will give a 5c Pencil with each tablet bought. TURNER'S DRUG STORE ■////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////'////////////////S'SSS/S/SS Jlp; Wm-x : m if" bbtter farm conditions With both national conventions pledging themselves to extend farm relief through Congress and party platforms in every possible manner to millions Of families straggling with the problems of rural prosperity, the year 1928 can bring about but one result—better farm financial condi- tions. The transformation from rural de- pression into higher prices for all farm products, backed by the Ameri- can Bankers Association and the ...

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

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1928. CONNOR f si? I ain't got time to write, but for fear _^r. Knight fires me, and the printer keeps on heralding it abroad Spitfir.1 wilj do as she pleases; guess I bett .r squib a line or so. The mar- rying oug flew into Connor last Saturday and like to stung the whole Parker family. Saturday p. m. Miss Lida inompson met Jim H. Parker in town. Mr. Bradford Parker motored them over to Midway, where they were married, Justice of the peace officiating. Saturday night Miss Irine Parker accompanied by her lit- tle sister and Mr. U. N. Farley of near Centerville left Mrs. Parker's telling them they were going to Mrs. Lenor's for awhile; they went to Mid- way, called Bro. Davis out of his snooze and were married. Sunday the whole force came sheep facedly in hoi ie to Mrs. Parker. I don't know what Irine got but Mr. Fraley 1 got a good girl when he got her. I, hope >eir love dream will last a long j time before they wake up to the real- ity...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 September 1928

The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. ta the county, year $1.50 In the county, 6 month*— .7® Out of countyi year —— 2.00 Oat of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1895, at the post-offee in Madisonville, Texas, under thfe act of March 8, 1879. TO THE VOTERS OF MADISON COUNTY I take this method of thanking you for the liberal support you gave me July 25th, I am indeed grateful tc every one that helped me, and I shall continue to strive to serve you in a way that you will never regret having cast you vote for me. With best personal regards to all I am yours for service, Jas. A. FANNIN, Tax Collector. NOTICE There will be a box supperatHol- lic Saturday night, Sept. 22, to raise money to fence the Rock Prairif Cemetery. Every body come and be sure to bring boxes. Miss. J. L. BARTEE. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Grawl and two little sons, Leroy and Stanley, of Houston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bracewell Saturday. LET ME WEIGH YOUR COTTON Wit...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 September 1928

THE MaDISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1928. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■I I /% -Jl s s i Ss h ss ■ s 5 ■ «S ■ 5 i ■ Eg R> ■ ss s; gs You Can Sell Your Cotton for More The Railroad Commission has Reduced the Rates on Shipments ol Cotton From Bryan to Soa Ports HARDWARE AND HOME CONVENIENCES Three complete hardware slocks from which to choose farm imple- ments, cream separators, stoves plumbing fixtures and other neces- sities for the "home and farm. Don't fail ^o visit these stores and see the latest in labor saving devices both for the farm and for the home. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Bryan is very proud of its profes- sional men, including attorneys, phy- sicians, and other specialists in pro- fessional lines. We have two hospitals with ef- ficient corps of doctors and trained nurses; and our Xray and other clinical laboratory equipment is far above the average for a town of less than 20,000 population. We have several complete lines of drugs, medicines and sundry equip- m...

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