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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 11 October 1935

PAGE FOUR I THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, October 11,1935 Millions of women have discovered the remarkable economy—and the wonderful baking results—gained by using Clabber Girl Baking Powder. Soviet Silk Farms Thirty thousand acres in Russia will he devoted to silk farms. PRICED AS LOW AS USB one of the New Coleman Lamps 10 days right in your own home. Prove to yourself, by test and comparison with any other type of light, that the Coleman meets every lighting need in your home with its 3C0 candle- power "live" pressure light that protects your sight. This offer is so- cured by a Money-Back Guarantee through yojir dealer. Just send a postcard asking for Test Certificate, giving name and address of your hardware or house-furnishings dealer, and w© will send you a Test Certificate to pre- sent to your dealer. THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO. Dept. WU146, Wichita, Kans.; Chicago, III* Philadelphia, Pa.; Los Angeles, Calif. 15146} For Bad Feeling Due to Constipation Get rid of constipation...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 21 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR School Holds Open House The new High School building was opened to the public for the first time Friday afternoon, Oct. 11, when members of the faculty Weld open house from 2 to 4 o'clock. The newly re-modeled adminis- tration b'uil'ding of thief former Me- ridian College presents a most at- tractive appearance, and provides large, well-lighted classrooms, as well as study hall, science labora- tory, library, offices, etc. The home economics department occu- pies a complete unit, separated by a hall from all other departments, and includes a living and dining room, kitchen and sewing room, and dressing room. A fieistive air was added to all the rooms on this occasion by the use of flowers in wicker floor bas- kets and ferneries, tall vases of roSels, and low bowls of colorful dahlias. Many of these were sent as greetings and congratulati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1935 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 i 1 question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR CACKLES From the Profluce House Well, the iboom still goes on and you all will notice it morte and more from here on out. A new business building will go up on Lumpkin lot across from produce plant and understand it will be leased or already leased for five years for a grocery store or groceries and hardware, and looks like Meridian will have its first chain store. Real estate in Meridian is going up fast. Thje) Alex Lumpkin prop- erty on the square was offered a good cash deal for the lot and building wheile the Courthouse Market i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

By Stella Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Blue and daughter, Doris, spent the week- end in Meridian. Mrs. W. R. Royal and sons, Clark and John, and Mrs. Lora Martin spent the week-end in Wa- co with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Keller Dennis. Mrs. Parks Ogden, of near Me- ridian, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Gann. Mr. and Mrs. Clanton witnessed a football game at Stephenville Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wick Simpson, and Mrs. Ratliff were in Meridian Saturday. Ralph Tidwell left Sunday for Meadow where he will pick cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Myers and daughter, of Dallas, spent the week-end here with relatives. The W. M. U. ladies observed the week of prayer this week and met every night at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Earl Bryant and son, of Big Spring, are visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Newsome, also visited relatives in Fowler. J. D. McElroy, who is in John Tarleton, spent the week-end at home. Mrs. Willie Shoemacher and daughter, Mrs. Simon Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday. October_181_1935 Copuriqkfc KU btavicb. CHAPTER I The Chechahcos. GARTH knelt upon the planks of the small floating wharf to fas- ten a pitch-smeared patch on the bottom of his upturned birchbark canoe. In the midst of his work he paused to listen, a faraway drone was just audible above the tins and hum of insects. He turned to peer at the southerly sky above the vast flood of the Mackenzie. The drone became more distinct. A plane was coming down river towards the emergency refueling station at the old abandoned trad- ing post. Yet the regular schedule of the line did not call for the northbound Bellanca for several days. In all probability, the Com- mercial Airways had sent out its emergency plane from Fort Mcllur- ray. Alberta. Though his thoughts lingered on the approaching plane, his eyes and hands turned to the patching of the canoe. The craft must be made ready for the weeks of upriver pad- tiling. There would be none too jmnch time for t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 21 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR News Review of Current Events the World Over Italy Is Outlawed by League of Nations, Austria and Hungary Objecting—Hauptmann's Death Sentence Upheld by Appeals Court. By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Unioa. Baron Aloisi DECAUSE It was prosecuting an undeclared war on Ethiopia, Italy was condemned as a violator of the covenant of the League of Nations and virtu- ally declared to be an outlaw against which economic and financial sanc- tions are to be ap- plied. That was the decision of 52 members of the league in a mem- orable meeting of its assembly in Geneva. Three na- tions, Italy itself and Austria and Hungary, refused to associate themselves with the assembly's action. The Austrian -and Hungarian representatives al- ready had announced that they •would not participate in any sanc- tions against Italy because of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday. Octobei^_181J_985- SHOCK BURSTS BRAIN Evidence that people killed by lightning or by other shocks of high- voltage electricity die because their brains or blood vessels have ex- ploded has been reported by Dr. Macdonald Critchley, nerve specialist of the King's College hospital in London. This is believed to be why shock victims who recover report that the sensation of such" a shock is that of a violent blow. Specimens of nerve tissue taken from people who have been shocked. Doctor Critchley finds to be shredded or "ballooned," as thongh an explosion had Occurred in- side them. Blood vessels in the brain are found to be burst so that blood has run out much as it does when one of these blood vessels bursts spontaneously and causes apoplexy. Small hollow spaces in the brain tissue frequently look as though they bad been burst by vio- lent explosions inside them. Bont Guess But Know Whether the "Pain" Remedy You Use is SAFE? Gold Area Untouched Muc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 18 October 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1935 The Ships of Columbus Didn't Just Come In Can you imagine Christopher Columbus hanging around the wharves of Genoa "waiting for his ship to come in"? Nq. He was not that kind of man. He. had courage and persistence to match his imagination. He had a big idea, but he was a long time "selling it" to Ferdinand and Isabella. Then, on the voyage his men wanted to turn back. He forced them to sail on. The ships of Columbus were brought into port by the sheer force of a daunt- less spirit. Remember this fact when you are tempted to be discouraged in your own financial undertakings. The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS 11111111111111111111111IIII1111111111111111111111II1111II111111111II11111111 i 1111111H11111'^ 1 Locals and Personals I = = 1 "I know not what the truth may b« | i I'll tell it as 'twas told to nae." = E E 11111| 1111M1111111111111111111H111111111111111111111111111111111111(111111111 f 111111II11117 Mrs. R. V. Ferguson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 22 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, OCTOBER 25, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A -YEAR Heavy Rains Over Bosque 3.95 Inches Thursday; Lake Nearly Full. A total of 3.95 inches of rain- fall fell in Meridian between Tuesday night and Thursday noon, as measured in the standard rain guage maintained by C. E. Myers. Two inches fell Tuesday night, when a steady drizzle continued throughout the night, and 1.95 inches fell Wednesday and Wed- nesday night. Light showers con- tinued through Thursday. This week's rain brought the year's total here to 37.95. Normal annual rainfall is 28 to 34 inches. With two months of the year yet to come, the rainfall is already ap- promiately four inches above the normal year's average. Heavy rains were also reported from all sections of this county, especially in the Iredell-Hico sec- tion. Meridian State Park Lake was within two and a half feet of the spillway level Thursday, having risen about f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1935. The Meridian Tribune DUN LAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffiee In Meridian, Texas, aa 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 f« question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.60 PER YEAR Freedom of the Seas. In 1$17 the United States went to war aginst Germany because Germany had interfered with the right of American ships, when we were not at war, to go where our shipowners chose to send them. Three or four times between 1914 and 1917 we were close to war with England over the same issue of the freedom of the seas. We did actually go to war with Great Britain in 1812, to assert the right of our ships to sail on high seas without interference by any other nation. The doctrine of the freedom of the seas became part o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1935. THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE iredell news By Stella Jones. Mrs. Putman, who kept house for Mr. and Mrs. Dearing, fell and hurt herself a few days ago not seriously, however, but had to go to her home in Duffau. Misses Myrtle and Roxie Lynch, who have been ill for some time, are some better. Miss Elizabeth Fouts spent the week-end with her parents. The young married people's class of the Baptist Sunday School had a social Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Smith. Several contests and games were played. Refresh- ments of chili and crackers and water were served to 30 guests. All had a fine time. Mrs. Charlie Myers is the teacher. Miss Stella Jones spent from Tuesday till Friday with Mrs. John Prater. Mrs. Harve Sawyer is keeping house for Mrs. Jackson, as the latter is still confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Calhoun and Miss Lou Allan and baby, of Tem- ple, spent Tuesday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap of Flag Branch, and also thei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, October 25,1935 I SYNOPSIS As Alan Garth, prospector, Is pre- paring to leave for his mining claim In the Far North, a plane lands at the airways emergency station. In it are Burton Ramill, millionaire mining magnate; his daughter. Lil- lth; and Vivian Huxby. pilot and mining engineer. Believing him to be only an Ignorant, prospector, the men offer to make an air trip to Garth's claim, although they refer to the platinum-bearing ore as nearly "worthless." Liilith Ramill, product of the Jazz age, plainly shows her contempt for Garth. CHAPTER I—Continued —2 Tobln rose stiffly and followed Huxby Into the storeroom. Mr. Ra- mill took a last sip of the boiled tea. favored Garth with a patronizing smile, and opened his gold-mounted cigar case to offer one of the choice Havanas. Garth decline^. "I never smoke. It deadens the nose." "Deadens—What's that?" ! "Though man has tbe sense of smell, compared with dogs he lacks the ability to scent Yet even a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 22 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, OCTOBER 25, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR News Review of Current Events the World Over Laval in Uncomfortable Position as Anglo-Italian Rela* tions Grow Worse—Senator Vandenberg 4Not a Candidate.1 By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Union. PIERRE LAVAL, premier of France, fonnd himself in a tight place because of his efforts to re- tain the friendship of both Great Britain and Italy and to keep his gov- ernment from be- ing upset by its foes at home. In the process of try- ing to find a way to bring about a peaceful settlement of the Italo-Ethi- oplan war, Laval proposed that Brit- ain withdraw its Pierre Laval big home fleet from the Mediterranean to mollify Mus- solini. This suggestion was laid be- fore the British cabinet and turned down flatly. The cabinet gave hearty approval ta the policy at Geneva of Capt Anthony Eden and Samuel Hoare, secretary for forei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, October 25, 1935 FEAR: REAL AND UNREAL; LATTER IS MOST DEADLY There are, of course, two sorts of fear. One is immediate anxiety—for the next meal; for the safety of some one close and beloved; for the job; for the rent money. These are bad fears, but they have one advan- tage. They can be faced, and they can indicate direct action. There is something to be done, something which has to be done. One can take these fearg out and look them over. The wolf is at the door, but perhaps he can be kept out; and there is al ways the hope that he is only a coyote after all. The other fear is far more deadly because it deals with the spirit and feeds on the imagination about it some hostile force, but does not know precisely what the danger Is. There is no more defense against this fear than against a ghost. It comes through the keyhole and Jiangs over the bed; and men kill themselves to escape it, or retire into asylums and sit huddled in dark cornei-s. It ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

Friday, October 25,1935 OVERWORKED What poets frequently overlook Is that you can't m:<ke u good poem out of a -stale idea; and the subjects of "spring," "summer," "autumn" and "winter" are dripping with stale ideas. THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE S 2 LOVES OATMEAL MORE THAN EVER • Once you learn that oatmeal Is so rich in Vitamin B for keeping fit*, IS IT ANY WONDER THAT THOUSANDS STICK TO OATMEAL BREAKFASTS? Many are nervous, poor in appetite, system out of order, because their daily <uets Jack enough of the precious Vita- min B for keeping fit*. Few things keep them back like a lack of this protective food element. So give everyone Quaker Oats every morning. Because in addition to its gen- erous supply of Vitamin B for keeping fit,* it furnishes food-energy, muscle and body-building ingredients. For about per dish. Start serving it tomorrow for a 2-weeks test Quaker Oars has a wholesome, nut- like, luscious appeal to the appetite. Flavory, sufpassingly good. All grocers supply it. * ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 25 October 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1935. ( Our Local Merchants Not only deserve your patronage as a community proposition but they have made every provision to give you the things and the service you want. They are your friends and neighbors. They support oiy town, our clubs and charities. Justify their faith in you by making that purchase—at home. The farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS £HIIIIIII!lllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllll!IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!lllllllllllllllllllim I I I Locals and Personals | 1 "I know not what the truth may b* | | I'll tell it as 'twas told to ma." | ?«iiiiii i in iiimiiii in illinium mil iiutiiiiii milium illinium iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii? Misses Alline Robertson and Faye Young visited in Waco Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown and family, of Hamilton, visited rel- atives here Sunday. Mesdames Jennie A. Crow, H. J. Cureton and Chas. W. Fuqua visited in Gatesville last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Briley and Miss Lila Smith visited in Fort Wort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 23 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR Morgan Cattle Show Begins Entries and Attractions Most Creditable. The Texas State Polled Here- ford Cattle Show got under way at Moi'gan Thursday, and will contin- ue through Friday and Saturday. The large attendance included cat- of whom had entered their high- tie men from far and near, many bred stock in the show competing for the $200 cash premiums of- fered. Features of the program are a big parade Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, and a football game Friday aftei'noon between Hico and Morgan High schools. The Centennial Exposition show, a car- nival company, is on the grounds for the entire three days with a variety of rides, shows and con- cessions. Music for the event is furnished by Allen's band. The people of Morgan have ex- tended a welcome to everybody to join them in making the show an outstanding success. COTTON FOR HOUSEHOL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 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. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.60 PER YEAR A Conviction Nailed Down. There may be some folks who still believe Bruno Hauptmann is not guilty of the kidnapping and killing of the Lindbergh baby, even though the High Court of Appeals of New Jersey has af- firmed his conviction. Apparent- ly in the hope that the orderly pro- cess of law can be stayed in their course, a great effort has been made and still persists to create doubt. One can hardly blame a man under sentence of death for re- sorting to any means to save his neck. But if there still were any reasonable doubt of Hauptmann's guilt, the last vestige...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

-r PAGE THREE THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 Meridian High School News Editor-in-chief BOBBYE POWELL Assistant Editor IRENE LADWIG Sports Writer MARY WRIGHT Editorial. Sometime we like to stop and think of the good things in our lives that have come and gone. So with Meridian High School. Looking back over the students who have graduated and gone else- where to finish their education, we find them quite numerous. Those attending the different col- leges ar$: Ray Coffman and 0. B. Roquemore, Jr.—Texas Universi- ty, Austin; Arnold Spitzer—A. & M., Bryan; Billy Darden, Four C Business College, Waco; Floyd Cooper—Riverside, Calif.; Jesse Roy Grimes, Business College, at Ft. Worth; Edwin Sonntag, T. C. U., Ft. Worth; Thomas Lester York and La Verne Farmer, John Tarleton, Stephenville; Elva Sei- del, Draughns Business College, Dallas; Ernestine Mangold, C. I. A. at Denton; Mary Jo Weeks, Clifton Jr. College, Clifton; Elizabeth Shaffer, Music School, Chicago. Some of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 GARNERSVILLE H. D. CLUB HOLDS ACHIEVEMENT DAY PROGRAM Another well-planned achieve- ment day program was carried out by the Garnersville H. D. Club Tuesday of last week at the home of the bed room demonstrator, Mrs. August Kreuger. After the opening exercises, Mrs. Lincoln Ferris gave a history of the activities in the developing of the club since its organization in 1932. In the beginning by the combined efforts of the members, they raised funds with which a cooker and sealer for use of the members to can their products was bought. Each year they have been able to compete favorably with other clubs in the county on pro- ducts shown in exhibits and have won cash prizes. As is their custom, the club has three active demonstrators this year who gave reports at this meeting to show what had been accomplished in their respective demonstration. The food pro- duction and conservation report as collected and compiled by the food suppl...

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