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

' THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6. 1928. /if.'' 4 ■ i ■ft" Store News — AT — COOPER'S For eleven years it has been the policy of this store to sell quality merchandise for less money. To day our stock is the largest it has ever been and prices you will ftnr] lower. Read the following and judge i'or yourself. DOMESTIC 86 inch Brown domestic, a real buy; get all you want. ONLY 7 l-2c YARD GINGHAM 27 inch Dress Gingham, regular 10c value. 7 l-2c YARD PERCAL 86 inch Percal, a regular 20c value. ONLY 15c YARD GINGHAM 82 inch Dress Gingham, a 20c value. ONLY 15c YARD DRESSES Ladies House Dresses, a regular $1.50 value. ONLY 98 CENTS SHOES 1 Lot children shoes, Standard Brands sizes 3 to 8. Values up to $2.00. ONLY 89c PAIR SHOES Ladies' Pumps with Straps and cover- ad heels, values up to $4.50. ONLY $1.98 PAIR SHOES Ladie's Dress Pumps, high and low heel, covered, values up to $5.00. ONLY $2.98 SHOES Young Men's Black and Tan Oxfords. Blucher and Bal, regular $4.00 values ONLY ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. SEPT. 6. 1928. Get Back the Fun of Eating! Rid yourself of indigestion that takes the joy out of life ... Eat what you want and relish every mouthful without fear of subsequent discom* fort... You CAN, if you Take r Sold By —the pure vegetable tonic that banishes indigestion and constipation and tones up the whole system. Jo«' JNO. R. BURT1S When in the market for WAGONS CALL ON HERRRING-TURNER HARDWARE COMPANY The Man With a Surplus Can Dare! He has a sense of inde- pendence—is self-reliant —ieel safe—can care for his family. > Thrift paves the way to success in life and the family budget is its great- est aid. THE FARMERS STATE BANK Madisonville, Texas The greatest lenght of Texas, north to south, is 740 miles; the greatest breadth is 825 miles. It is farther from Texargana to ElPaso than from Texarkana to Chicago. There are almost 800 newspapers in Texas published in 530 cities and towns. Of these 106 are dailies. A factory at Marathon, Texas...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 September 1928

SCHOOL DAYS ARE NEAR and the one great problem that confronts the Mothers and Fathers is preparing the Children for school days. We have marshalled a great army of Wears for the sturdy boys and girls that are soon to be pressed in the forward march line. And if Quality wears mean anything You will help us to win a great battle for you at The Family Store where High Quality does not surrender, but marches with the Army of Low Prices at The Family Store. Millinery That*# New A wonderful iMmUm of the h v*Hw < and availed Hats for nuw and later in the **r#«« will ho foood her* for Saturday'* selling- Values up « *3 **. tw Saturday 1-*- Values up to *>•*, for Solardav— tt-M SV ITS MENS AND YQVNG MEN'S SUITS ARK HKKK Boy's school aad dnws *wfK* • w«rd «rf— - Men's «B ««d — — Mea's all ootid * ar*o «Hrd htwr BOY S SCHOOL WEAR IUinor Bright Shirts. tub prufl. a hi# value. age fi to 10 years sU*—Special Saturday— 79c Vs* 12 to 14—Special Saturday— 89c Mrs SCHOOL VKOI SKRS flJ VahoK faw...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

m § The Madisonville Meteor — And Commonwealth THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1928. NEW RAILROAD THROUGH MADISON COUNTY SEEMS LIKELY *!" v !' 4* v •!• *!* *1- -!• + 4* ^ *!- 4* *1* 4* 4* + Superintendent Manire Asks For the Co-operation of Parents And Pupils NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE Beaumont to Waco Route Surveyed From Weldon to Normangee Misses * Madisonville Six Miles to the North An article in the daily press from Port Arthur of recent date will be interesting to the citizenship of Mad- ison county. This artcle appeared in the Houston Post-Dispatch on Sept. 10, and was as follows: Port Arthur, Sept. 10.—Completion of the Port Arthur to Beaumont sec- tion of the Waco, Beaumont, Trinity & Sabine railway, within six months and completion of the entire line from this city to Waco within a year and a halt', is anticipated by officials of the Duff line, according to T. A^ Ham- ilton .executive vice president, who it in this section directin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1928. ■ ' Improved Uniform International SundaySchool • Lessonf iBy REV. * B riTCWATBR. U l>.. Dtta Uoodr Bib:* liutltut* of Cblc«*o.) 1ft HH'W«terr NcwspmMr L'dIod.i l'1 Lesson for September 16 PAUL WRITES TO MIS FRIENDS IN CORINTH LESSON TEXT—I Cor. 1:tO-13:S:5-U, 11-2J GOLD K.N TEXT—Behold bow rood jtnd bow plea^nt it it for brethren to .Sw«ll together Id unity. PKlilAHY TOPIC—P ul Wrlt«« • JjtUer to Hl Friend*. JUNIOR TOPIC—Paul tVrltei Good Letter to Hi* Frtecda. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Paul Urges Team Work. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Paul Plead* (or Christian Unity. Concerning Contention In the Church (1:10-13). 1. Exhortation (v. 10). "That ye all speak the same thing." In view of the fact that be besought them in the tiuue of Jesus C'hrLrt, the jone thing whlcb he desired them to |8peak was the Lori's name. The name I of the Lord stands for all that the Lord Is and does. "That there be no divisions among you." that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

Sufi THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1928. MT1 PERFORMANCE AND STYLE PARAMOUNT IN DODGE SENIOR Advanced style and sparkling per formance were the paramount object' ives of Dodge Brothers in building the new Senior Six, according to a statement by John R. Lee, general sales manager, following the display of the car through local dealers.' "Compared with other cars now on the market, it is easily conceivable that the New Senior could have been placed in a higher price class, and still have met widespread public ac- ceptance," said Mr. Lee. "Its gener- al appearance of style and charm coup! d with its mechanical perform- ance standards suggest money to the buyer. It is bigger, faster and finer in every detail. "The New Senior is designed with a universal appeal to all who seek the best in motor car quality. It is ap- parent throughout that it was not built to a price. "Ease of handling—whether in the congested city streets or along coun- try roads—mark its performance. A s...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

THE MADI80NVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPT. IS. 1928. w&4 ■ iffip I ' W'J w KIDDIES! soon be here v • ; m School Edavs We have everything you need=— S 5 • f£$- ii I mm .V: ^[•V, Tablets Pencls Pens Etc. Note Book Covers Scissors Spelling Pads Fountan Pens Etc. Note Book Paper Paste I School Bags Ink ■ Etc. Erasers Clips Crayola Etc. ? • On the Opening Day of School we will give a 5c Pencil with each tablet bought. I .• • • DRUG STORE S The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. ■n * ■ In the county, year $1.50 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, year 2.00 Oat of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. An animosity lives while we feed it with the bread of our thoughts; it grown and flourishes thereon. It never ceases to be a burden and a hindrance to him who sustains it An animosity lives and flourishes al- so by the bread of our thoughts. It never ceases to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

f"jm THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1928. 8 S DM WEAK,eVOUS Got Stronger After She Had Taken Cardni. "For some time, X had been having an awful time with p&lns In my back and aides," says Mrs. Robert Creasy, of Qulln, Mo. "This awful hurting would come on me, and I could find nothing to ease the pain. "I was very weak and nervous. It looked like the least little thing would up- set me. "I tried many remedies, but nothing did me any good until I started taking Cardui. "Cardui proved to be all that was said of it. I took it for several months, regu- larly. At the end of that time, I was in good health, and have been so ever sincd!" Try it For sale at your druggist's. CARDUI Used By Women For Over 50 Years anonnaaDDDP Second-hand dressers, dining tables, chairs, ets., at Turner's Furniture Store. Floyd Phillips was here this week from Baylor University where he is takng a pre-medical course. New Rex Theatre A HOME OWNED INSTITUTION Presents— FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

5 ¥ K* . fm KB?-'- THE MADISOXVILLK VRTEOR. THURSDAY, SEPT. IS. 1928. oeVV6uick is the A/en, ^ THERE IS A FASCINATION TO ALL MADISON COUNTY LIKE IS AGAIN PROLONGED HY RESEARCH SCIENTISTS Graceful contours instead of straight lines-the gleam and sfxvkle of brilliant colors and chrome plat- ing instead of drab effects • • • the most beautiful bodies ever built • • • Buick's music/piece bodies by Fisher At * time when motor car beauty «u practically standardized— when imitation was the vogue— when there waa a glaring lack of originality in body de«gn—Buick iwept far beyond the common- place and achieved a ityle which the entire country u acclaiming aa the mot* diftincthra and beautiful ever ihown! Fiiher, the world'iforemoat builder of automobile bodies, has co- operated with Buick, the world's foremost builder of fine can, to create a new node—a new fashion —and so luminous is the result and ma eagerly is the public welcoming it that Bnick's great factories have reached new production...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

mm*" THE MaDISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. 1928. immiiiiiiiiiiiiiuHiiiiiai ii I II The Madisonville Chamber of Commerce Is Giving Approximately $600.00 IN PRIZES At Madison County's Greatest and Best Fair. October 2nd and 3rd. I These are are the men who support the organization and arc making this possible: is Allen & Williams J. H. Ash John Bradbury John A. Byers J. M. Brownlee T. A. Byers T. W. Byers First National Bank Farmers State Bank Butler-Grimes Company Jno. R. Burtis J. L. Cooper Coca-Cola Bottling Co. J. L. Cleere Dr. W. O. Carter W. C. Bullard Frank Dean T. E. Dean J. M. Day S. P. Drace Roy Fannin Gray Motor Company R. P. Gibbs Galveston Dry Goods Cc W. E. Goff t J. B. Hensarling A. Haltmar S. F. Hoke E. S. Key Dr. G. W. Knox Knight Service Station Madisonville Ins. Ag'cy Madisonville Prod. Co. Dr. J. E. Morris V. Maynard Madisonville Meteor Dr. Jas. A. McKay W. A. Price Parten & Parten Jim Hill V. N. Rix Southwestern Bell Tel. Stewart Motor Co. Swanson G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 September 1928

II ~ £■■ gg w®m :-! :' :>'¥> H big slock to select from. Low £rfre* to pay; Quality Merchandise Jron ti*t. ■.&■ %' fc. visit to this store will prove that ym ore the makers of Low Prices on fjM*lity Merchandise. See the crowds at COOPER'S I till ■■ I SHOES. jf t arrived, Ladies' Patent Leather Pumps without straps, box heel cov- regular $3.98 values, —OUR PRICE— I $2.98 * SHOES. {[adies' Patent Leather, instep ties, military heel, covered, regular $3.98 THE HAD1SONV1LLB METEOR. JjTHUEEOAT, SEPT. 1>. 1«M. CLASSIFIED IDS Fresh Vegetable every Tuesday and Friday at T. W. Byer's. tf FOR SALE—Good ipilch cows; reasonable price.—T. I. Whitmire. 2tp Bermuda Onion Sets—Fresh turnip seed, rape and stock beets seed at T. W. Byers. tf. FOR TRADE—Dodge touring car in good condition, for payment on Madisonville property or acreage near town. Apply at the Meteor office. -OUR PRICE— $2.98 SHOES. f3iildren's low cot pumps and ties up to 8; regular $1.50 values, —OUR PRICE— 98c SHOES. Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

The Madisonville Meteor f \i And Commonwealth — THIItTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1928. NUMBER TWENTY-SIX r COUNTY AGENT DUPUY TELLS HOW TO SAVE MADISON COUNTY'S PRECIOUS SOIL v * * i§ 1 % ■. ^ m A ■ v P i Madisonville School Opens With Record Attendance of Eager Students Student Body is Enthusiastic Over the Outlook and Encouraged by the Words of The School Superintendent Preventive Measures of Keeping Soil From Washing Away During the Winter Season Are Recommended WHY—HOW (By W. II. DuPuy, County Agent.) Old land that has been depleted of its humus or decayed vegetable matter does not produce profitable crops for it does not contain plant food that the crop needs to grow and mature a crop large enough to make its owner a profit. The original plant food has either been mined with cot- ton following cotton for years or it has been washed out of the soil on oc- count of not being terraced or both. Both usually is the case. Old lant that d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1928 THE NEW SOl'TH TEXAS A triumph in individual beauty... a refreshing and radical departure from the tiresome commonplace ... a new style, a richer style, a more alluring style than the work) has ever known! Only new motor ear atjrfe in tba past twentj-foar month*—only one truly original and beautiful development in body design—and, at tbe whole world rea&aes, it is the SOrer Anni- versary Buick with Masterpiece Bodieaby Ftther! Here is an entirely new arbrmr of body and oootoun —arresting new color combinations—matcb- 1em new interiors—new appoint- i of comfort and convenience THI SILVER* ANNIVtHSAHY to genuine good taste. BUICK. ever known. And here, too, is tremendous increase in power, in flexibility, in responsive- nesa—so outstanding as to " «" even those motorists who have long been familiar with Buick's superior performance. unappraached by any other auto- mobile of the day! Hon is a true distinction wedded That is why ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1928 > 9 First Football Gan>e • At College Saturday The first football game of the sea- son for the Texas Aggies will be played at Klye Field, College Station next Saturday, Sept. 22, Jamet Sullivan, business manager of athle- tics at the A. & M. College of Texas who was a visitor in Madisonville last Friday, pointed out. Mr. Sulli- van, who was accompanied by Curtis Vinson, director of publicity of the college, in commenting on the coming •TIRED, BLUE Took Cardiu And Ira- proved Greaily, Says Gk!a. La*'y. Mrs. John Shipp, 2314 Maple Street, Oklahoma City, Okla., says: "Two years ago, I was In very bad health. I was bo weak and run-down, I could scarcely keep going. "My mother thought I ought to try Cardul,. and told me to get some and take It. I could eat noth- ing, as I had no appetite. "I found great relief af- ter I began taking Cardul. I wsfs able to eat and I could sleep. Before that, I had been fso nervous that the le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE madisonville meteor. thursday, september 21, 1928 i*': ■ m Store News — AT — ■■ iiiiiiiaaiaiBMiiiiiii COOPER'S | A big stock to select from. Low ■ prices to pay; Quality Merchandise ■ you get. £ A visit to this store will prove that | ■ we are the makers of Low Prices on ■ Quality Merchandise. • See the crowds at COOPER'S j ■ "shoesT s Just arrived, Ladies' Patent Leather ■ Pumps without straps, box heel cov- ■ •red, regular $3.98 values, —OUR PRICE— $2.98 Madison Coil October 2nd and 3rd An occasion where all the home folk assemble to have a good time and to view evidences of what OUR OWN COUNTY is doing along agricultural lines. SHOES. Ladies' Patent Leather, instep ties military heel, covered, regular $3.98 values, —OUR PRICE— $2.98 SHOES. Children's low cut pumps and ties sizes up to 8; regular $1.50 values, —OUR PRICE— 98c SHOES. Toung men's black Oxfords, a regu- lar $3.98 value. See for yourself. —OUR PRICE— $2.98 HATS One lot Children's Felt Hats, a real Value, —OUR PRIC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1928 CLASSIFIED AOS ] i csh Vegetable every Tuesday and Friday at T. W. Byer's. tf l-'wll SALE—Good milch cows; reas mable price.—T. I. W'hitmire. 2tp B<. :nuda Onion Sets—Fresh turnip seed rape and stock beets seed at T. YV. Eyers. . tf. \Y ANTED—School students foi board and rooms. Apply to Mrs. J A. Wilson. Your lubrication costs per mile and per year will be less with MOBIL- OIL, the world's quality oil. FORD TRUCK—For sale, .in good running condition, can be bought at the right price. See A. L. Hensarling 4t. LOST^—Between Madisonville and Cottonwood, an end-gate to Leuding- haus wagon. Finder, please leave a First National Bank and receive pay for trouble—J. H. Hines. ltp CHICKENS! CHICKENS Star Parasite Remover will keep them free of worms and destructive insects, in better health and produc- ing more eggs. BABY CHICKS Don't let white diarrhoea and other bowel troubles kill them. Star Roup and Diarrhoea Tablets will prevent ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE MaDISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1928 luiiiumn BK POWER SHOW at the ft ■ i Madison County Fair, Oct. 2nd and 3rd. McCormick Deering Farmall and full equipment of two row attachments will be demonstrated by Factory Representatives. i 1:J FARMING Puts More Profit in every Bale of Cotton or Bushel of Corn Raised in Texas. I 01 the outfit that has put the mule out of business on thousands of farms ■ ■ ■ 8 /1 -:T1 r- n r n r i r 11 r i 11 11 t i re l' H r i H ! ' I n JJ'jBIS PJ!!1 dill] in Texas. GET ACQUAINTED with the McCcrmick Decrial FARMALL. ii you have a good farm of from 40 to 150 acres, one man Outfit will farm it right. See Our Dairy Exhibit and make yourself at home at our Booth while at the Fair. ..id a Farm all | Hardware Compan MADISONVILLE, TEXAS ■ —i Ii—.'J. lM«ia fc31E3aC«iCagSCEESEBBggggrFgirm a .Bi« ^}

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1928 MADISON COUNTY FAIR CATA- 1 LOG COMPLETED THIS WEEK mumii 3rd. info: and they kind The Meteor office this week is com- pleting the edition of the Madison County Fair catalog and premium list. It is a 32-page booklet which contains a complete list of all premiums to be awarded at the two days' annual event to be held on October 2nd and The catalog also contains other lation concerning the placing arranging of exhibits, and all contemplating an exhibit of any will find the catalog a great, help in giving inforamtion. The book also contains some 18 or or 20 pages of spicy ads of the vari- j ous business concerns of Madisonville all interesting to read, and all extend- to you and to the world at large, to come and enjoy the Fair and pay them a visit while in Madisonville The catalogs are now being distri- buted by the Madisonville Chamber of Commerce, and you can get a copy Secretary J. N. Raney. The Meteor office lias tried to put o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1928 i ! i w i ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Values Low Prices Quality Have won a promotion for us and we are proud of it. Our merchandise, values, low prices and service have won first place for us and we shall never betray the confidence reposed in us as your servant. FALL FASHION FOR MEN. Our Fall fashions for men are being approved every day by men and young men who care. Stetson Hats $8.50 to $16.50 Nutria Felt Hats, next best.... $2.50 to $7.50 BOY'S LONG PANT WINTER SUITS Come with one long and one Golf Pant. In very attractive patterns. Fabrics are all wool; colors are those favored for the season's wear. Select your boy's suits here forquality and long service. Let Quality be the thing. Priced $4.95 to $8.95 to $16.50 THIS WEEK— Quality Outing 15c Yd. Red Seal Gingham 15c Yd. 36-in. Bleached Domestic, soft finish. 10c Yd. 36-in. Brown Domestic, extra good for 10c Yd 9-4 Wide Sheeting 37c Yd. 10-4 wide Sheeting 39c Yd. CAPS! CA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

SPECIAL FAIR EDITION The Madisonville Meteor SPECIAL FAIR EDITION And Commonwealth thirty-fifth year MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTE MBER 27, 1928. NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN MADISON COUNTY FAIR OPENS TUESDAY v * Exposition Will Take Place on the Brownlee Lots in West Madisonville Annual Fair Event Promises to Be Well Worth All the Efforts and the Plans for Its Success and Its Benefit Final preparations are being made this week for the opening of the Mad- ison County Fair on next Tuesday morning, October 2, and also the next day, October 3. The two-day affair this year promises to be exceptionally good. The Chamber of Commerce has been busy for some time planning preliminary arrangements and mak- ing definite plans to insure an ex- cellent fair this year. The fair next week will be held in the western portion of town on the Brownlee lots, two blocks west of the railroad station. Committees of the various depart- ments will be found at their respec- tive places more or ...

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