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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

Id The Madiscnville Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. K&IGHT, Editor andPropT5 In the county, year. $1.50 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- ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge iB made. FEBRUARY 9, 1928 V The Community Chest The attempt of communities to make one general conection for all the charities and benevolences of a public character for a time was suc- cesful, but in many places each suc- ceeding drive is becoming more diffi- cult in accomplishing the object and obtaining the amount necessary to carry on the various activities with anything near 100 per cent efficiency. Just as soon as any mevement to have the novelty of newness the sand of indifference gets into the gears, workers are more difficult to find an...

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 — 9 February 1928

m r m: m. GROWING ThtN in several nhodi for the growth of tho banker-farmer movo ment in Pennsylvania, William 8. Mo Kay, Chairman of the Agricultural Committee, Pennsylvania Bankers As- sociation, baa reported to tho Agricul- total Commission of the American Bankers Association. The cooper- ation and leadership of the county agents in tha several counties of the state; tha appointment and function- ing of county chairmen of agriculture known aa Key Bankers, one of whom there Is in each county of tha state; and tha organisation of oounty bank* an associations, whereby agriculture is given consideration by all tha banks, are responsible for this interest The following table shows the activities for tha yaar: Number of Project Counties Sent young farmers to state col- lege for special comae Encouraged farm shows Held agricultural tours Sponsored various club activities Qave illustrated lectures on poul- try, cow testing, and Improved farm methods 1 Distributed purebred livestock, chic...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

BED STEER FERTILIZER I have on hand now for immediate delivery all grades of RED STEER FERTILIZER for the farm. We will be glad to have the farmers call and let us explain the superior qualities of this product. It has been tried in Madison county by our best farmers and found to be good. There is no reason why you should try a substi- tute.. See me for further particulars. O. K. McAfee, 44-tf o No X-rays will be needed to see through a lot of forthcoming political bunk. |*<r THE TRANSFER MAN' Why You Should get me to do your hauling: First—Because I have my truck insured against loss in fire, or any other damage that might come to your goods while in transportation, to the amount of $1,000.00. Second—Because I have had long experience in loading and hauling and can do this with the least possible damage to goods. Third—I have a large trailer attached to truck and can haul the maximum load, therefore, at a minimum cost. Fourth—-I am always ready to go, rain or shine, with truck a...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

It I* * f i ! L lu 1 ' mi : | • f i f. i Z////////////S,. /////////////////A ' ■' Z ////'///////////Z///* ///"'/ '. ivtrlD ~'n Hi F-R-E-E-! f EXTRA 25 envelopes, 5 of which contain a $ 1 bill will be C given to the first 25 cus tomes entering the store after 9:00 o'clock Saturday morning. \ A pair of regular $2.00 Ladies hose or the equiv- alent will be given each day for a week at 4:00 o'clock sharp to the one standing fiearest to an alarm clock which will alarm at Chat hour. Get in on this. n«T. "hh ^io-i^-hYA :D"rd9'*t •Ixyn T ciiiiiH <\ averf lii'" ^ '/////A ///A//A/A////////AA///A///A///A/A//A'//AAAA^///A aiurc r>yy>z 11* , to attend this PRIOR' CUTTIN G PRIZExftVINNING S-A-L-E which stfttti at 9 o'l ock ■ T -jOl • • • • FEBRUARY 11 RAIN OR SHINE, a wor§ of new inerchnndise will ar rive this weak to help flke care of the demand. BE |ERE EVERYTHING GOES! i ' t i.. ; H <1 : allen-a-hose every pair guaranteed — The best you have ever worn for the money. buy your supply...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

Mi mi M i v- p ii # *3 B. Y. P. U. PROGRAM FOR FEBRUARY 12, 1928. There were nineteen present last Sunday night to hear and help carry out the program, on "Offerings. We May Make to Jesus." We hope to •iihd ask for same in the future. I have twenty-five present next Sunday Jj^ye tried to serve the people for the evening. Miss Lois Hollis and Miss Eula Bledsoe were two new members taken into our class. Miss Idell Floyd was a visitor for Group 1 members also, were present. We wfre very glad to hkve them all with us! H*r next Stiirtfty night,1 Febru; 12,live will hav "Fi r TO VOTERS OF PRECINCT 4 -"I "tfcke this method of announcing ^-election to the Commissioners ice of Precinct No. 4. _I Wish to thank the people very cb for their cooperation in the past county m and iHome." (Read Luke 15:11-32) V. Gibbs, Group has planned the Scripture reading — Gayle. Mabjy Introduction — R. 1. Jesus Teaches by Stories — W, W. Andrews. . "L ' 2. Parable of Beauty atid Pathos— Reba Viser. 3. Subject ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

TAKE OFF A HATCH OF BABY CHICKS &■ % F. u \ T '' i I I I 3y F. W. KEZMEIER, Bryan, Texas In previous articles we have discussed the care of breeding stock, care and selection of eggs for hatching so we are now ready to take up the care of the baby chick when moved from the incubator to the brooder. Baby chicks should not be left in the incubator very long , after they are hatched. Eggs ly to make sure they are com- fortable. How Long Should Laying Hens Be Kept. Too many people keep their hens until they die of old age. It is apparently a natural characteristic for hens to lay more eggs the first year than any other time thereafter. Not only do pullets lay more eggs but they lay them in months when eggs are worth the most. Hens on the other hand, lay their smaller that are set on monday will be- j pr0(juction in months of the gin hatching twenty days later year when eggs are the cheapest, and by monday should all be There is no question but that hatched and on Tuesday or the pUue...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

Improved Uniform International Sunday School ' Lesson' (By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D.D.. Dean Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (©. 1928. Western Newspaper Union.) ■ i L . a Lessen for February 12 JESUS PICTURES THE KINGDOM OF GOD LESSON TEXT—Mark 1:14.15; 4:1- S4. GOLDEN TEXT—Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as It la In heaven. PRIMAUY TOPIC—How God's Kin*- dom Grows. JUNIOR TOPIC—How God's King- dom Grows. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—How the Kingdom Grows. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Growing Kingdom of God. I. Jesus Preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom of God (Mark 1:14. lii). 1. The time. After the voice of John the Baptist was stilled because of his imprison- ment, Jesus took up the aiessage 2. What He preached. It was the gospel of tlie kingdom of God. Since "gospel" means "good news." the good news which He preached was that Christ had come" to establish His kingdom. 3. How He preached. He said, 'Repent, for the kingdom Is at hand.' The Kii.g was then ready...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 9 February 1928

GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY 4P Iff,' Buyer's Price Guide for February Selling IS A MASTER STROKE OF VALUE-GIVING BUY NOW AND E!T AHEAD, AS YOUR JUDGEMENT OF VALUES WILL TELL YOU ! WHEN YOU VISIT OUR STORE. RESIDENCE PHONE 8 THE FAMILY STORE GALVESTON DRY GOODS CO. Madi8onville> W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. o Texas -=!- BUSINESS PHONE rf > ANNOUNCEMENTS , 0 We are authorized to announce the following candidates for State, Dis- trict, County and Precinct offices, subject to the Democratic Primary in July: For Tax Assessor: W. _D. EVANS, ' J. H. (Jim) WALTON, For Tax Collector: G; W. McVEY, Sr., W 'J. A. FANNIN, ' For County Clerk: V. MAYNARD, for County Treasurer: T. H. WREN, MRS. RUTH PARK, JOHN LINDLEY, "For District Clerk: MRS. J. L. BROADWAY, For County Superintendent: S. F. HOKE, CLIFFORD H. BROWN, VIRGIL FORD, For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: 0. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 1: O. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, For Commissioner, Precinct No. 2: J. W. KITTLEBA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

ft •' * I The Madisilhville Meteor — And Commonwealth THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1928 NUMBER 47 Commissioner's Court Visits Crockett Court The Madison county Commissioners court met last Friday and went to Crockett in a body, accompanied by engineer S. S. Strahn and A. McConi- mock together with a delegation of citizens from Midway viz: Dr. Taylor, J. H. Young, Rev. J. E. Davis, V. A. Wakefield and W. M. Forrest and went before the Houston county Commis- sioners court and asked that they ' make an approparation for their part on the Trinity river bridge and the request was readidly granted by the court They will issue warrants to furnish their part of the money to build the bridge. The Houston coan- ty court also agreed and passed the order to go fifty fifty with Madison county in maintaining the ferry across the river until the bridge can be built. Madison county has been maintaining the ferry alone since the inauguration of the f...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

THE DAY FURNITURE CO. In 1903 the above firm started in Madisonville. At that time it was Burtis Bros. & Day, composed of Mr. John R. Burtis R. C. Burtis and J. M. Day In 1913 Mr. Day bought the Burtis interest and since that time the firm has been known as Day Furniture C. The Day Furniture Co. has every- thing'to sell to make the home beauti- ful and convenient that any housewife would want and is one of the most up- to-date undertaking [ to-date establishments of all the coun- try. Mr. J. M. Day, the owner, is one of our most public spirited citizens. He was reared in Madison county and has never lived any where else in his live. He is not like most of us in that he doesn't move off to try to make good in some other section and then come back to the old home to live and die but has been wise enough to stay with his business all these years and give it his closest attention which ac- counts largely for his success. Not only so, but while doing this for him- self he has not bee...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

•M - '.►"rvr:;,a'>^v~'-:- '. ~- v'- ..'^ '/♦H'.o--.. '"Si* L ; -■ ■ V '■J, !&&•'■ .>• ;*9^rr"' * '^• ■*' r ■: '■ "> ? ~ ^ri&i. .<**■*■. .. ' *k' *■•■'.V V? ..',V:\ ' -x , it<V J!'.* JV / ,v : - f$.- ■•«•/ .'"• ; .' %-'A. a2ESN&* SHfc 4 ':■■'■ ?A- WT*; <W ; v I?" •X' ;* ' Wfc i • . O • V«., ' ■' '.:• • <*4 ■ iSr '* • 'V^ S, •>£#?. .'•' >> v. >. ...- * -* -- ,«"A * / JT 'it? M * * J. ...Depends largely upon his reaching the better class of trade in the community with his message of new and timely news concerning his stock of merchandise. Watch the merchants who advertise regularly in The Meteor. Note their success from year to year. * v * Plenty of cuts and suggestions for copy await your selection as an aid in building attractive advertisements. And we are ready to assist you in any way We can. PHONE 1-8-4 An ad in The Meteor is a Good and Proven Si' . ' 1 i J -i «->. fee ■it. ,. i- arein pbit*

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

■alHHMMH *MK! B. Y. P. U. PROGRAM FEBRUARY 19, 1928. I M i w j I i ' I ' E i i i On account of bad weather there -were only a few members present last Sunday night. The Seniors and Adults met in one class and discussed the lesson: "From the Far Country to the father and Home." In the daily Bi- f le readings we brought out the two •fold sacrifice that is made if we real- ly love God. If we love and serve •God as we should we are ever ready -to serve and help our neighbor. For next Sunday night, February 19th ,we have a Doctrinal Meeting— •iCWhat Kind of a Being is Man?" 4Read Psalm 8:1-9 and Psalm 15:1-5) Mittie Ethredge, Group Captain of <Group 1, will have charge of the pro- gram. The program will be carried out sib follows: 1. Answers of So-Called Scientists —Alta Phillips. 2. We Believe What the Bible Teaches—Lois Hollis. 3. Man Created in God's Image.— Crladys Norwood. 4. Dwell on Man's Dignity—Mae Viser. 5. Man, an Immortal Being —Rob- Irie Redding. 6. Man, a Free Moral Agen...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

Improved Uniform International DOCTORS WANTED SundaySchool ' Lesson' (By REV. P H. PITZWATER. D.D.. Deaa Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (© 1528, Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for February 19 TWO MIRACLES OF POWER - LESSON TEXT—Mark 4:35-5:20. GOLDEN TEXT—"What manner of man is this that even the wind and the Bea obey him? PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus StlllB the Storm. JUNIOR TOPIC—Jeeus Rules the Storm. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—The Universal Power of Jesus. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Jesus' Power over Nature and Hu- man Life. I. Jecus Calms the Sea (vv. 35-41). 1. Crossing the sea (w. 35, 36). Weuried by teaching the multitudes, He proposed that they take ship at evening time to the other side of the sea, doubtless to escape from the throngs of people. 2. Overtaken by a storm (v. 37). Even though Jesus was in the boat with the disciples tliey were over- taken by a storm. It is not God's will that we should escape the storms, but those who have Christ on their boat are safe ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

;\at • \ h i*J < m The Madisonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — The Cotton Situation J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the eounty, year $1.50 In the county, 6 monthe .75 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 a# M 19,4«95,3 ville.^ext 1879. Nmd-class fit the post<<Qffice in under "the ai let of' Notice of Church services and meet ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge is made. __LLLL- ~L—J! = FEBRUARY 16,1928. Madison County Hog Association Notice The Madison County Hog Associa- tion is the outgrowth of a discussion of a group of agricultural workers at the Dallas Fair last fall. During this discussion it was found that several East Texas counties had pro- duced a surplus of hogs and as the market was draggy it was impossible to sell the surplus at a profit to the trade. So it was agreed that those counties that were interested in sell- ing hogs were to meet at Longview and see if an organization could be...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

y :■ 4 K. 11 \ - t; -Y. FOR COMMISSIONER, TRECIXCT No. 4 o In this issue of the Meteor I am announcing my candidacy for County Comissioner of Precinct 4 of Madison county, and If solicit the support of the voters in the precinct. This is a critical tim,e in the affairs of the pre- cinct and of th« county as a whole. The recent bond election provides funds for lateral roads; and the pro- per construction of roads, bridges and culverts Witf 'bfe of the utmtfst impor- tance. I thoroughly understand bridge building, brick work, the mak- ing and uae. of concrete, .and pro- pose to do honest work and. construct roads, drains, culverts and bridges of greatest possible' kairvice and perma- nency.' •; n:"' Every sletioit <t>f th FOR COMMISSIONER PRECINT 1. ■ o After having been solicited by a number of people, I have decided to make the race for Comissioner of Precinct No. 1 of Madison county, and your vote will be highly appreciated. R. B. Bullard. receive due consideration, and the p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

FT 0 1 M ! S If i II ll ml . (, i THE RIGHT TO QUALITY O Purchasers of goods have a right to the quality they are led to believe they are getting. There never has been and is not now a sufficient penalty inflicted for fraud in selling mer- chandise. A slight fine never meets the profit obtained by the fraudelent acts, for as a rule it only goes to a specific instance and not to the prac tice. In every branch of trade can be found those whose anxiety for gain leads them to misrepresent the quality of the goods sold, relying on the lack of ability on the part of the buyer to detect the inferiority. As a rule the purchaser of goods is compelled to rely on the represen- tations of the merchant. He has no standard or information by which he can form a judgment. Where it is establishedjby a series of convictions that a merchant is given to the prac- tice of imposing on his customers to their fraud there should be a provis- ion of law prohibiting him from en- gaging in business as a mercha...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

THE FIRST FEED FOR BABY CHICKS <By F. W. Kazmeier, Bryan, Texas.) When the chicks are 72 hours old they are ready for their first meal. If you are buying baby chicks find out when they were hatched, so you will know when to give them their first feed. The best way of figuring proper time to give first feed, is 72 hours, after allowing for 21 days for the eggs tto hatch. If the eggs were set on Monday, three weeks later the first Thursday morning give the first feed. Feed Hoppers It pays to buy special constructed feed hoppers and fountains for baby chick feeding. You will save enough feed and loss in baby chicks to more than make up for cost of feed appli- ances. Provide enough feed hoppers or troughs and enough drinking foun- tains. This is important. There are kinds you can buy. In the case of the drinking fountain it must be con- structed, that the chick cannot get in- to the water and drown or get wet. In the case of feed hoppers, home made boxes can be used. Take a box 8 inc...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

3 12 I : I I I! i i 14 s ■ i m ■ I «/ I ? - F f > (* n > t ' I ■ ' • t INDUSTRY HELPS AGRICULTURE BUILD UP TKE SMALL TOWN Decentralization of Manufacturing Bring* Markets for Products Closer to the Farm—Gives Employment and Better Standards of living to Rural Communities. ;.;, By T. R. PRESTON President, American Bankers Association NO class of people has been more diligent in trying to under- stand the agricultural problem than the bankers of this country. The agricultural problem is a real problem and de- mands the best thought of everyone. This country cannot contipu? along happy lines with only sections of the country prosperous Prosperity must be passed ground if any- body is long to enjoy it This question^ can- not be solved by the farmers alone, but the majority opinion is that there is no legisla- tive remedy for agriculture. It is an eco- nomic question pure and simple and must be worked out accordingly. A few years ago it was contended that agriculture did not have s...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

■ 1 tjRfe; jFXK?. LET'S HAVE A RAT KILLING o The whole county has become infest- ed with rats, and heroic measures are being taken in many places to ex- terminate them. The damage done by rats is incalculable, and it is both a public and private duty to rid the county of these pestiferous creat- ures. Some Texas counties are offering a bonus of one cent for each rat tail, and cometimes by means of traps and poisons the number of dead rats ac- counted for number tens of thousands. Think of the destruction which ten thousand rats can do in the stores, the barns and houses of a town or community. Besides their presence is destruction of health. • It should not be neccessary to effer any bonus for dead rats—the gain to the town man or the farmer is am- ple reward. But the movement needs to be pushed by enterprising leaders, and every man, woman, boy and girl should be enlisted as volunteers in this war of extermination. Prizes might be offered for the best work done. Let's get busy and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 16 February 1928

K'"' ii >:' III I: i I Br ■■■■ If ' p <V I .1 i IT ! m k =flfc BUY NOW AND BE AHEAD! OUR FEBRUARY MASTER STROKE OF VALUE - GIVING Boys School Shirts Honorbright Tub Proof Sizes 6 to .12 . ... t . 79c Sizes 12 1 -2 to 14.. 89c Staple Piece Goods 20 yd. Gingham, 27 inch $1.00 10 yards Gingham, 32 inch $1.00 I 1 yards extra good Brown Sheeting . .$1.00 1 1 yards Extra good Bleached Sheeting $1.00 10 yards Fancy Plaid Shirting . . .$1.00 Millinery New hats, large and dium head sizes. A cided chance of a saving, and a new for immediate wear $1.98 to $2.49 me-'/, de- big 4 •M ' Hat 'k -' s : - 'l ■ ■ W New Dress Materials for sewing. In the sea- son's new and wanted fabrics: Imported Linens fancy and plain; Peter Pan Suiting, " fancy and plain; Silks; Percale; Ginghams and White Goods. We invite your inspection. RESIDENCE PHONE THE FAMILY STORE GALVESTON DRY GOODS BUSINESS PHONE 158 Madisonville, W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. HALL-GAINES o ' . Miss Ruby Hall and Mr. John Gaines were married at...

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