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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 August 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1935 Looking at this COMMUNITY through a Ten-Year Telescope Great changes will take place in this community in the next ten years. It is your business and our business to see that these changes are in the right direction—forward. The resources of this bank and the energies and united efforts of our officers and directors will be de- voted to this cause of progress. Your co-operation and loyalty, we believe we may take for granted. You will find everyone in this bank ready to work with you in every sound, constructive way that will benefit you and this com- munity. The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS The Boy Scouts are leaving Monday for San Saba for a weeks' encampment. Mrs. Maggie B. Little has re- turned! from a week's vacation in Glen Rose. Mir. and Mrs. Marvin Blood- worth and niece, Miss Christine Lewis, of Austin, left Saturday for Corpus Christi , where they are visiting relatives. What an X-Ray is to a doctor, the Laborato...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 August 1935

SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 13 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, AUGUST 23, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR News Review of Current Events the World Over Lobby Committees Quarrel Over Magnate Hopson- President Signs Social Security Act—Tri-Power Conference on Italo-Ethiopian Question. By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Union. WILL ROGERS, famous actor and humorist, and Wiley Post, one of the best known fliers in the world, crashed to their death in a plane while flying from Fairbanks to Point Barrow, Alaska. The two men, close friends, had been enjoy- ing an aerial vacation trip in the North, and Post intended later to fly to Asia. News of the fatal acci- dent was sent to Seattle by Sergt. Stanley R. Morgan, signal corps op- erator at Point Barrow. He said he had recovered the bodies from the wreckage. RIVALS in the matter of pub- licity, the house and senate committees on the activities of lob- byists got into a tangle that ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 August 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, August 23,1935 tWOOGVttS VJVMLE r-ri • \£aud WILL ROGERS BEVERLY HILLS.—Odd Mcln- tyre is always writing "Thoughts While Strolling." Well suppose you are not a "Strol- ler." I am wh^t you might call a mighty poor "Stroller." The feet are bad and the legs are worse, so I take mine out in rid- ing. So with all due apologies to Odd this is "Thoughts While Flying." Away here a week or so back I went out to the flying field at midnight in Los An- geles to catch the plane for Seattle. You see day or night means nothing to em now. With the courses all lighted they ran schedules in the night time the same as in the day. Bill, thats the first born, and his Mother were with me, and I was off on a little sight seeing trip with Wiley Post. When my wife knew it was with Wiley, it dident matter where it was we was going and she was mighty fine about it. Well she is about everything. You cant live with a comedian long with- out being mighty forgiving. The same...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 August 1935

Friday, August 23,1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE 'Dutch Girl" String Holder for Kitchen By GRANDMOTHER CLARK a decorative hanger for the kitchen, this little girl will add an- other smile to your home. It's an attractive string holder and costs only a few cents and a little spare time. An acceptable gift novelty, and after you make up one you will want more of these Dutch Girls to serve you. This package No. A 1 contains stamped material ready to be cut out, also died out girl's head and shoes printed in colors on heavy board. This material and direc- tions how to make it up will be mailed to you for 15c for one pack- age or four packages for 50c. Ad- dress Home Craft Co., Dept. A, 19th and St. Louis Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Enclose a stamped addressed enve- lope for reply when writing for any information. Modern Architecture A British firm of instrument mak- ers has turned out a metal instru- ment which can be used at the loca- tion of an unbuilt house to show which rooms will be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 August 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, August 23,1935 ROBBERS' ROOST 7 ZANt GRtY COPYRIGHT W.N.U. SERA/ICE CHAPTER VI—Continued "I'm not through here," replied the robber. "Smoky, why don't you ask Hays what this mysterious deal is?" quer- ied Jim, sarcastically. "Hank, what's got into you?" queried Smoky. "Smoky, the boss is up a tree," said Jim caustically. "He means to rob Herrick all right But that's only a blind. It's the girl!" "Thet gold-headed gurl we seen you drivin' hyar?" "Yes. Herrick's sister." "Haw! Haw! So thet's what's eatin you, Hank?" Hays had reached his limit, and probably, but for Smoky's mirth, would have started hostilities. He hesitated, but there was a deadly flare in the eyes he had fixed on Wall. Smoky got between them. "See hyar, Hank. So that's the deal? An' you'd do fer pore Jim hyar jest be- cause he's onto you? . . . Wal, if you're so keen as thet to draw on somebody, why, make it me. I start- ed this. I dragged Jim into it. An' I ain't goin' to let y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 14 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, AUGUST 30, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR Bosque Okehs One Proposal Repeal Not Favored in This County. Only one of seven proposed istate constitutional amendments submitted to the voters last Satur- day in a statewide .election, was favored 'by a majority of the voters of Bosque county, the Old Age Pension proposal. This amendment was readily accepted by a vote of 1772 to 500. Bosque county voted against re- peal of state prohibition by 167 majority, 1191 votes being against repeal and 1024 for. The vote on the other amend- ments^ Temporary Commitment of In sane: For 950, Against 983. Submitting Amendments a t Special Sessions: For 575, Against 1197. Placing Defendants on Proba tion: For 725, Against 1028. Abolishing Fee System: For 774, Against 1005. Free Textbooks: For 8 3 2 Against 1214. Meridian box cast a 20-vote ma- jority against repeal, but was fa- vorable to three of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

m. ^1^00 ♦ . . I will think—talk—write . . . Texas Centennial in 1936! This is to be my celebration. In its achievement 1 may give free play to my patriotic love for Texas' heroic past; my confidence in its glories that are to be. . . • . . The Meridian Tribune DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the char- acter or standing of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article in question. ^iiiic3iiiiiiiiiiiic3iiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuc3iimiiiiiiiEaiiii imiinnuniiiiiinuiiiiiniunimiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiico (Gleaned from the NeighiboringPress) WALNUT SPRINGS The machinery and other e- quipment in the Katy shops which was retained by the railroad1 in the recent trade wito tibe city, is being dismantled and placed in cars for removal to Waco. The Kimball Milling Company of Ft. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE IREDELL NEWS vin Gann and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Baxter. By Stella Jones. Mr. Perry has returned from San Marcos, where he was in summer school. Several young people from here went out to a social at the home of Mary Jane Phillips Saturday night. She lives close to Walnut. All had a fine time. Mrs. Echols and son, Billie, and J. D. Gregory returned Friday nite from Orange. Miss Sbetlla Jones visited her uncle, J. N. Jones and wife near Burleson from Thursday till Sat- urday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Prater, twin hoys, Aug. 23. One Of them died at birth. They weighed five pounds each. Mr. and Mrs.Tom Bryan have a new car. Mrs. Bryan and chil- dren made a trip to Fort Worth in it. Little Miss Wilma Ray Burns went as far as Cleburne •and I went as far as Burleson Mrs. Bryan visited, her sister, Mrs. Joe Latham at Fort Worth. Saturday afternoon, John Pra- ter 'brought a stalk of June corn to town which was over 7 feet high and had f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

I I FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE FOUR Miss Audie H. R. Harwell and 104 New Laws Now My cheap gasoline is only 14c Slheppard Alton Gandy. per gallon in Effect in Texas 66 V HOW MANY Labor Dayi Have You in the Bank? THE days that you worked last week, last month, last year—are they all crossed from the calendar—the money you worked so hard for, gone forever? Why not save some of your Labor Days ? Put them in financial storage in this bank. Store up the fruits of your labor as the bee stores up honey. Then should conditions cause you to miss a labor day or two, you can reach into the bank for an un- used labor day of the past and use it to meet present needs. IB PROVIDED'!N THE BflNKlWG ACT 0*1933 The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS | Locals and Personals I | "I know not what the truth may be | | I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." | Attend the Benefit Show at the Gapitol Theatre Friday night. Pro- ceeds to M. E. Chlurch. Mrs. A. J. Gales, of Morgan, was a guest ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 14 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, AUGUST 30, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR News Review of Current Events the World Over President's Program Driven Through Congress Before Adjournment—Mussolini Refuses to Abandon His Projected Conquest of Ethiopia, By EDWARD W. PICKARD Western Newspaper Union. Senator Guffy Legislative action in both house and senate was fast and furious during the closing days of the session. White House pressure was freely used; fil- ibusters were start- ed and stopped; senators and repre- sentatives, hot and bothered, were in- clined to be quar- relsome. But con- gress had its or- ders and it wanted to go home, so the administration pro- gram in general was pushed through. One of the most controversial measures on that pro- gram, the Guffey coal bill, had been driven through the house by orders from above and threats of a strike, and when it was taken up by the senate every effort ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, August 30,19S5 WASHINGTON DIGEST T^atc&naJ^ cJdptc!) tfttti $/j 5 tfccl: ^ ~ BY WILLIAM BRUCKART NATIONAL PP«c55 BLDG. Washington - -A plainly worded nnd sJi^; le announcement forth- coming the other T"* ill Plant .day from the Agri- More Wheat cultural Adjust- ment Administra- tion, presented) one of the sharpest reverses in policy yet promulgated under the New Deal. Dozens of ex- periments have been tried out since President Roosevelt came into of- fice and almost as many have run their course and have been aban- doned, Many of them were tried out with high enthusiasm but the enthusiasm died long before the recently created agencies them- selves went out of existence. Such was not the case, however, in the instance to which I refer because the simple announcement by the AAA resulted in the addition of 5,200,000 acres to the wheat plant- ing area of .the United States for the 1936 crop. Not alone did this announcement represent a change in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

Friday, August 30,1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE P\GK TOREK Housewife's Idea Box • iG1- Disinfect Your Draans ¥ou can easily disinfect your drains and prevent odors in your bath- room. At regular intervals, as often as you think necessary, use the fol- lowing solution: Dissolve two ounces of chloride of lime in one gallon of water. Pour this down the drains, allow it to remain for a couple of minutes, and then flush. THE HOUSEWIFE. © Public Ledger, Inc.—WNU Service. Paper Clothes Prophesied as 1980 Mode by Designer What will women wear in 1980? Miss Elizabeth Havves, dress de- signer, recently traced the current revolution in style trend, which be- gan during the World war, and made the following predictions: Paper underclothing and paper sports costumes for men and women will have been generally accepted by that time. Mass production of clothes will have been developed to such an ex- tent every woman can be sure of finding a perfect fit in any dress she chooses. The public will have bec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 August 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, August 30,1935 ROBBERS' ROOST ZANE GREY Copyright.—WNU Senrtee. Different Ways CHAPTER VII—Continued —9— One of his first shots hit a horse, and his second connected with a rider, who plunged like a crippled rabbit back out of sight. The others of Heeseman's outfit took alarm, dodged here and there to hide, or ran back. Jim hauled Bay to a halt, and soon the pack horses galloped by, every pack riding well. Lincoln dashed into sight first, closely fol- lowed by Mac, Happy Jack and Jeff, all with guns smoking. And lastly came Slocum, hatless, blood on his face. "Jest barked," panted Slocum. "Load yer guns—an' ride on!" Around the next turn they came upon Mays and his two riders. With another big intersecting canyon on the right, it looked as if their pur- suers were held up. Deeper and deeper grew the can- yon. Mid-afternoon found the fugi- tives entering a less constricted area, where sunlight and open ahead attested to the vicinity of a wider c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County J 42ND YEAR, NO. 15 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 6, 1935 PRICE $1.5G A YEAR 1 J I Work Projects Are Near End Courthouse, Church at Near Finish. Building projects which have been under way here the past sev- eral months are nearing comple- tion. The re-modeling of the Bosque county courthouse, a PWA project calling for approximately $50,000 expenditures, is reaching the final stages, and the contractor states it will be ready for use by Sept. 15. Work is practically finished on the new Methodist church, and only the seating and lighting re- main to be done before the dedi- cation services, which have been set for Sept. 15. Rapid progress is being made at the college building, where a full crew of carpenters, painters, plumbers, and electricians are at work trying to have the three-story main building ready for use as a high school building by Sept. 16. New building continues here, however. A. S. Lomax is erect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1935. ... piefrg?... I will think—talk—write Texas Centennial in 19361 This is to be my celebration. In its achievement I may give free play to my patriotic love for Texa? herotc past; my confidence in its glories that are to be. , « . • . m The Meridian Tribune DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the char- acter or standing: of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article question. STBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR CACKLES From the Produce House Something to Think About Let us stand for the christian home, a christian industrial order, a sober nation, and warless world'. Patriotism consists not in waving a flag, but in striving that our country shall be righteous as well as strong. When your brother man you measur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1933. THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE IREDELL NEWS ' By Stella Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Weiaian Hart of Austin visited here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Milam and Miss Eunice Davis visited in Dallas this week-end. Miss Opal Laurence was in Stephenvilde Wednesday. Billie and Ray Deane Thomas have returned to their home in Stamford after a visit here in the home of their aunt, Mrs. Patiter- ®n. Joyce Faye and Bobbie Free- man left Thursday for Wyoming where they will be in school. Their mother took them to Ft. Worth. Mrs. Ina Turner came in Wed- nesday of last week from Stam- ford to be at the bedside of her sister, Mm Patterson, who is ill, but is better now. Mrs. Bird, of near Abilene, and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Strange and children, visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strange this week. Miss Ruth Hamilton, who visited here a few days, left Tuesday for Palestine where she will teach art in the school there. Mrs. Walter Pylant and children and Mrs. Melvin Hudson and dau- ment in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 193S. Your Deposits in This Bank NOW PERMANENTLY INSURED The new Banking Act of 1 935, giving permanence to Federal Deposit Insur- ance, has just been passed by Congress and signed by President Roosevelt. This new law provides for a contin- uance of the system whereby deposits in The Farmers State Bank are insured against loss up to a total of $5,000 for each depositor. The Farmers State Bank has voluntarily provided this extra safe- guard for its depositors' funds, and. its membership in The Federal Deposit In- surance Corporation is proof of the strength of its position. gmimiiMiiiMimiiimimmiiiiMiiiimiiiiiMmiiHiiuiiiuiiiiiuitiiiiiiiiii's | Locals and Personals | 1 "I know not what the truth may be f | I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." f F,iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiitiiiiiiii!iiniii!imiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiir R. V. Ferguson was in Beliton Tuesday on business. Our cheap gasoline is only 14c. Gandy's Service Station. ad Mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County meridian, texas, september 6, 1935 price $150 a year 42nd year, no. 15 News Review of Current Events the World Over Congress Quits as Long's Filibuster Kills Deficiency Appropriation—Russia Rejects America's Protest Against Communist Subversive Activities. By EDWARD W. PICKARD •© Western Newspaper Union. Senator CONGRESS ended its session at midnight Monday — after the •clock hands had been moved back three times—the house hilarious with refreshment, song and rustic an- tics, the senate fu- rious because Huev Long of Louisiana had conducted a lone filibuster for seven hours and talked to death the third deficiency ap- propriation bill. This measure car- ried $93,000,000 tax Lon9 to pay pensions to the aged, retirement pay to rail- road workers and money for crip- pled children. . The Kingfish defeated all efforts to silence him and was adamant to pleas that he was cutting off funds lor humanitar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, September 6,1935 National Topics Interpreted by William Bruckart National Press Building' Washington, D. C. Washington.—Politics being insep- arable from governmental admin- . istration under Build Campaign our system, it Battle Lines becomes perti- nent at this time to examine what has happened in the late session of congress. In a nation where a two-party political structure obtains, politics cannot be segregated from the administration in the larger sense. It is not with a critical attitude, therefore, that the magnifying glass is held over the doings of President Roosevelt, his cabinet and brain trust ad- visers and the congress that has lately adjourned. I believe it will be agreed that politics has predominated in the management of our national affairs during the last eight months espe- cially. The fervor and appeal that was held for recovery by all of us during the earlier days of the Roosevelt administi'ation seems to have been largely d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 6 September 1935

Friday, September 6,1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE "Love Apple" Ranks First as Vegetable Canning Crop Once called the "love apple," and grown mainly as an ornamental plant, the tomato now ranks first in the "United States as a vegetable can- ning crop. As a vegetable crop it is led only by potatoes and sweet po- tatoes. When introduced injo the Dnited States from the American tropics about 1800, the tomato was thougl^ to be poisonous because it is related to the nightshade plant. Other non- poisonous members of the night- shade family are the eggplant, po- tato, and peppers. About the middle of the last cen- tury canned tomatoes became an ar- ticle of trade. The value of the an- nual crop is now estimated at more than $50,000,000, of which approxi- mately $20,000,000 is spent for to- matoes by canners and manufactur- ers. Besides being canned, tomatoes are manufactured into soups, purees, catsups, and tomato juice. From 1,000,000 to 1,250,000 tons are grown annually for commer...

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