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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

r SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 23 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 PRICE $1.5« News Review of Current Events the World Over Hoare Promises Britain Will Not Fight With Italy- Laval's Peace Efforts Continued—President Roosevelt Returns to Washington. By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Union. Sir Samuel Hoare government's Fascism, Sir OIR SAMUEL HOARE, British ° foreign secretary, assured par- liament and the world that Great Britain has no Intention of fight- ing Italy and would not alone apply military sanctions against that nation. He held out strong hopes that the war in Africa could be settled without re- sort by the league to extreme meas- ures. His speech was plainly an in- vitation to Italy to talk peace terms. Denying that the policy is hostile to Samuel said: "We have not the least Intention of interfering in the domestic af- fairs of other people." "Tile unbroken solidarity of the empire is beh...

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

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, November 1,1935 Great Stone Blocks Are Island of Guam Mystery The great blocks of stone which, by some unknown process, were hoisted in place to build the Egyp- tian pyramids have caused many to marvel, yet on the island of Guam there are stones larger than those used in the pyramids, evidently mark- ing the burial place of an ancient native chief. The huge stone blocks weigh ap- proximately 2.500 pounds each, and when found one rested on the other. Both are of coral formation. The finding of many such burial places on Guam indicates that this island once had a big population. Little is known about its early inhabitants. HOJ^RE DR. JAMES W. BARTON T«lks About Easy to Spend There is only one way to save money: By doing without something. But there are countless ways of spending it Find Out From Your Doctor if the "Pain" Remedy You Take Is Safe. Don't Entrust Your Own or Your Family's Well - Being to Unknown Preparations BEFORE you take any prepar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

Friday, November 1,1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE jtf- Nature's Ice Box O. K.; Keeps Food 33 Years Nature's Ice box has even the. tn^st of mechanical refrigerators skinned when it conies to food preservation. Keeping food in good condition for years is no trick at all for natural cold stonige plants such as the Ant- arctic wastes. According to Dr. Dana Cowan, physician and dietician for tho Lincoln Ellsworth-Sir Hubert Wilhlng expedition, food left in a shack in the South Polar region 33 years ago was found to be still edible when discovered. The long-preserved food supplies were left by a Norwe- gian explorer. Otto Nordenskjold, in 1902.—Washington Post. Sentinel's Inquiry According to army regulations the correct inquiry of a sentinel on guard is, "Halt! Who is there?" THE FEATHERHEADS Br OiWm Consarn Concern EATS OATMEAL TO HELP KEEP FIT ON-"THAT? Two TRUCKS BtJMPEP INTO E=ACM OTHER PO\wM THE STREET TOU WOULP HOW WHEW I CAM'T LEA^E HERE. To SEE THAT "YOU XX> IT Rl<£-H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday. November 1.1935 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- ith; 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." Lllith Ramill, product of the jazz age. plainly shows her contempt for Garth. Through Garth's guidance the plane soon reaches the claim site. -Continued CHAPTER II —3— Garth vaulted upon the wing and walked in along it to the fuselage. The girl leaned from the big rear window of the cabin. "Give me your hand," Garth said. "I'll swing you up on the wing." fie knelt above her on the cabin roof and reached down. Her lips curled in a contemptuous smile. "If that's the best you can do, I'll stay right...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE FIVE MORGAN GOVERNOR SIGNS NEW DRUNK DRIVING BILL Personals Miss Jnoetta White has returned from spending the week-end in Waco and Dawson, with friends. A. G. Thompson was in Waco Monday on business. Bos White, of Midland, passed through here Monday. He stopped a few minutes on business. Reba McCullough spent the week-end with Charley McCul- lough of Kimball. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Miears and sons, Jimmy and Jake, spent the week-end at Gorman visiting rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. Q. L. Thompson and daughter, Betty Jean, were visiting relatives in Waco, Wed- nesday. Ernest Guthrie has as his guest his brother, Arnold Guthrie, of Georgetown. Guests in the J. T. Craven home over the week-end were: Mrs. Maude Stewart, Waco and Mrs. Tyler Majors, of Ft. Worth. The following attended the fourth quarterly conference of the Methodist Church at Kopperl, Sunday: C. C. McClure, G. C. McGehee, Curtis Harris, Ivan and Glen Hadaway, William Hughes, Rev....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 1 November 1935

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE page: six Don't Make "Pumpkin Pie" For Some Wildcat Sharper There is a big harvest every year that dosen't come from the fields. It comes from the pockets of unwary, eager to get-rich-quick people who believe too much of what they hear from smooth-tongued strangers with stock and other things to sell. Let Hallowe'en remind you to be on the alert. Witches don't ride broomsticks. There is nothing to be afraid of there. But plenty of crooks are riding pullmans or Pack- ards—and THEY are "evel spirits" who have real power to harm. Don't buy any stock or put any money in any glittering scheme presented by a stranger. Get the facts about him and his prpposition. We shall be glad to help you—for your sake, our sake, and the sake of the whole community which needs all of its hard-earned wealth at home. tfJSSBk The farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS BAPTIST WORKERS MEET AT KOPPERL NOV. 11TH £l|||||llllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 24 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR Route 2 Will Be Extended Daily Mail Meridian to Cranfills Gap Soon. Beginning December 2, Rural Route No. 2 out of Meridian will be extended to Cranfills Gap and several miles beyond into Hamil- ton county. Also the route will supply reg- ular six-days-a-week mail by closed pouch to and from Cranfills Gap, and three-days-a-week rural route service on the 23-mile extension beyond Cranfills Gap, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, which will serve 65 families. The service to Cranfills Gap is supplemental to the supply afford- ed 'that place by the star route from Clifton, and gives the people of that community convenient and improved mail connections here. Some time ago a movement was started by Cranfills Gap and Me- ridian citizens to have Route 2 extended to Cranfills Gap and be- yond. A postal inspector went ov- er the px-oposed route, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE TWO COUNTY AGENT EXPLAINS CACKLES The Meridian Tribune WHEAT SIGN UP RULES 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 "J"1 appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling: the attention of the management to the article !• question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR Prom the Produce Hons* Another reason why we would like to live life over is becaus we could make a lot of new mis- takes.—Pittsburg Gazette. Considering how many oppor- tunities we have for making mis takes, even the worst of us do pretty well. In other words the Republicans are thoroughly disgusted with Roosevelt for not permitting this country to go to ruin so they could be thoroughly disgusted.— Tyler Courier-Times. Red Cross emergency relief ac- tivities and the year-round servi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

I PAGE THREE THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1935 IREDELL NEWS By Stella Jones. Paul Patterson and Rex Mitch- ell were in Waco, Dallas and Fort Worth Thursday. Miss Tennie Kennedy, of Talpa, is here visiting. Miss Jenkins, of Fort Worth, spent last week with Mrs. L. L. Newsom. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin and son, and wife, of Llano, visited their aunt, Mrs. Nolan, Friday. Mr. and Mi's. Jack Dunlap, of Fort Worth, are visiting his fa- ther, J. B. Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cunningham of Dallas, spent the week-end with relatives. Mrs. John Parks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Newsom, of Big Spring. Miss Frances Phillips, who is in John Tarleton, spent the week-end here. Miss Nina Newton, of Dallas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ella Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown, of near Greenville, spent the week- end here. He taught here a few years ago in the school aja,d all were glad to see them. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller, of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Shan- non of Eulogy, and Mr. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

Friday. November 8, 1935 THE MERTTVTAN TRTRTTNF. f'AGE FOUR Ishment states the Jury has the rlgh; to fix the penally at lire imprison- ment, by recommending mercy. staviCfc. 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- ith; and Vivian Huxby, pilot and mining engineer. Relieving 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 near- ly "worthless." Lilith Ramill, prod- uct of the jazz age, plainly shows her contempt for Garth. Through Garth's guidance the plane soon reaches the claim site. Huxby and Ramill, after making several tests, assure Garth his claim is nearly valueless, but to "encourage" young prospectors they are willing to take a chance in investing a small amount. Sensing the treachery ahead, Garth secretly re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

SECTION TWO t i t The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County PRICE $1.50 A YEAR MERIDIAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1935 42ND YEAR, NO. 24 News Review of Current Events the World Over President Raps Tugwell for Budget Prediction—WPA Job Program Moves Rapidly—Farmers Indorse Corn-Hog Control for 1936. By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Union. REXFORD G. TUGWELL, un- dersecretary of agriculture and once considered bead man of the "brain trust," made a speech at Los Angeles the other day that called forth a sharp rebuke from President Roose- velt. Addressing a Democratic gath- ering, Tugwell as- serted that the ad- ministration could satisfy every hu- manitarian demand and still balance R. G. Tugwell th'e 5udget in 193& Mr. Roosevelt, in a press con- ference, scolded the newspapers for printing what he called "crazy stories" and went on to declare that Tugwell's assertion was almost as unfounded as the predictions thrown out by many political ob- se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, November 8, 1935 BERMUDA AUTO BAR Except for a few trucks motor cars have been prohibited In Ber- muda since 190S, after a series of petitions from residents had brought about the ban. One of these, signel by 112 American hotel guests, bore the signatures of Woodrow Wilson. Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) and Rear Admiral Upshur, U. S. N. AVoodrow Wilson worded the peti- tion. DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SIDE, AFFECTS HEART Gas Pressure May Cause Dis- comfort. Right Side Best If you toss in bed and can't sleep on right side, try Adlerika. Just ONE dose relieves stomach GAS pressing on heart so you sleep soundly all night. Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and lower bowels and brings out foul matter you would never believe was in your system. This ©Id matter may have poisoned you for months and caused GAS, sour stomach, headache or nervousness. Dr. H. L. Shoub. New York, reports: "In addition to intestinal cleansing, Adlerika greatly reduces bacteria and colon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

Friday, November 8, 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE PURPOSE Purpose is one of the outstanding qualities of ch:rraeter and whicli colors personality with an unmis- takable sheen. It draws everything worthwhile in life to it. Sincerity is manifested In action, association*, are richer, will-power is increased, self-confidence developed, memory Is more retentive, concentration easier —all from the inception of one thing. Cliff Dweller* As far back as 1000 B. C., appar- ently, men were living In caves of what is now the Mesa Verde nation- al park. SEND FOR THIS GIFT! DIONNE 'QUINTS' BIRTHDAY BOWL •This offer is made to cele- brate the selection of Quaker Oats as the cereal for the Dionne Quintuplets, even be- fore their first birthday. You will love this souvenir. A beautiful design in lifetime chromium, 6" in diameter, use- ful for serving many things. Send now to address below. IN VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT*... 1C WORTH OF QUAKER OATS equals 3 CAKES OF FRESH YEAST Quaker and Mothe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 8 November 1935

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1935 r FACING • We face East on this Armistice Day with heads bowed in reverent memory * EAST of those who, 17 years ago, won peace for the world. Let us pray fervently, that we shall not have to look again upon that fearful up- lifted head of War, which we hoped their swords had rolled in the dust forever. The thoughts and wishes of America are all for peace, as we observe this 17th anniversary of November 11, 1918. The farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS Marriage Licenm Issued. R. J. Rowan and Miss Mary Lou- ise Howell. Herbert Schramjn and Miss Ivy Lee Bowlin. J. M. Baucom and Miss Zeta Estine. James Guthrie and Miss Mar- garet Irwin. Ross Moss and family, of Waxa- hachie, spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. J. H. Moss, and other relatives. Mrs. G. M. Campbell, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks,, we are pleased to report is improved and her many friends wish for her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Lomax, of Ft. Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 15 November 1935

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR NUMBER 29 MERIDIAN, TEXAS. NOVEMBER 14, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR Observations from MERIDIAN Heighth I What is Meridian, and why is Meridian "Meridian?" The Tri- bune has received the request for information concerning the origin of the name "Meridian," which led to a bit of research that exploded our previous beliefs as to the why and wherefore of our town's ex- istence as such. We have been under the impression that "Me- ridian" was the title given this town by Major Geo. B. Erath, famous as an early day figure, and who was the surveyor who laid out the original Meridian townsite in 1854, all of which re- mains uncontroverted. But history has also told us that the reason Major Erath chose "Meridian" was because the town was located on or near the 98th meridian, or rath- er that Meridian Greek and Me- ridian mountain had previously been named because of their prox- imity to the 98th meridian, and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 15 November 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1935 The Meridian Tribune DUN LAP 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 _nrm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article It question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.60 PER YEAR CACKLES Fron the Proffuce House Cheer Up—It Might Be Worse This has been the biggest year in the automobile business since before the depression began. More cars have been made and sold, and the manufacturers, who keep their ears pretty close to the ground, are unanimous in their expectations of making and selling still more cars during the coming year. Any way you look at it, whether you regard the automobile as a necessity, a luxux-y or a menace the facts about the motor indus- try don't tally with the notion that we are a bankru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 15 November 1935

PAGE THREE THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 193S IREDELL NEWS r By Stella Jones. Mrs. Edna Myers Faulkner, of Snider, Okla., spent the week-end here. She was reared here afid her friends were glad to see her. Arnold Harris, who has been in the Stephenville sanitarium, was brought liome Friday. He is get- ing along fairly well and sits in a wheel chair some. Mrs. Dixie Ray, of Stephenville, is his nurse, and she is a fine one. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pruett got an arm knocked out of place Saturday morning. He open- ed the storm sellar door and it fell on his arm. Sam Henderson and son, Reu- ben, of Mathis, were here this week on business. , Mr. and Mrs. John Appleby of Meridian, spent the week-end here John Parks spent the week-end in Big Spring. His wife, who had been there for ten days, came home. Mrs. E. A. Koonman, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koonsman and son, and Mrs. Tidwell were called to the bedside of Mrs. Herman Koons- man, of Snider. They went last Thursday. Mrs. Jac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 15 November 1935

' PACK FOim TWP \fPRim A "M TOrPTTM^ FriHav. November 15. 1935 Useful Laundry Bag an Inexpensive Gift By GRANDMOTHER CLARK CAUGHT IN THE \y * & v 'VV. , m &s ■■ IV Bu ROBERT AMES BENNE.T •J:'.>*••>' ' •' - j-. ■: a'.y - . v.- ■■■ If you want to make up an inex- pensive useful gift, here is a laundry bag that will answer very nicely. SYNOPSIS As Alan Garth, prospector, Is pre- paring: to leave for hie mining claim in the Far North, a plane lands at the airways emergency station. In It are Burton Ramlll. millionaire mining magnate; his daughter, L il- Ith; 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 his samples of platinum-hearing This bag, when made up. measures ere as nearly "worthless." Llllth 15 by 20 Inches. The embroidery de- Ramlll, product of the Jazz age, sign is stamped on rouslln material Pla^n'y "how* „h"h.c°"SL fZl b , 1 , , , Garth. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 15 November 1935

SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County PRICE $1.50 A YEAR MERIDIAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1935 42NT> YFAR, NO. 25 News Review of Current Events the World Over Various State and City Elections Give Cheer to Both Parties—Greece Votes for Restoration of King George II. By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Union. Farley Republicans shouted loudly that the victory of their party In the New York state election was a terrific blow to the New Deal and a repudiation of President It o o s e- velt. The Demo- crats declared it was no such thing. James A. Farley, who is both nation- al and state chair- man of the Demo- crats, gave them their cue when he declared recapture of control of the legislature by the G. O. P. was "normal" and that the Democratic vote for assembly candidates taken as a whole ex- ceeded the Republican vote by more than half a million, which was something of an exaggeration. The Republicans gained nine ad- ditional seat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 15 November 1935

PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, November 15, 1935> WHAT? NO WHEYJ HEARD CORNED _ ■■CABBAGE! M r? LITTLE MISS MUFFET SITS ON A TUFFET . .. AND SAYS "I WANT NO WHEY1" I'VE GOT MY TUMS IF SOUR STOMACH COMES . . . 1'IL EAT MY FILL, TODAY I" "YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN" SO.. .CARRY. ..TUMS PEOPLE everywhere are surprising tbeir * friends by eating foods they have long avoid- ed by carrying a roll of Turns right in tbeir pocket. Millions have learned this quick, 6afe way to eliminate heartburn, sour stomach, gas, acid indigestion in'this pleasant way. TUMS represent a real scientific advancement. They contain no harsh alkalies. Instead a remarkable antacid that never does more than neutralize etomach acid. No danger of over-alkalizing the stomach or blood. The custom of carrying a roll of TUMS In your pocket will save many a day foe you. They're so economical—only 10c a roll—ask any druggist. TUM: TUMS ARE ANTACID... NOT A LAXAT1 FOR THE TUMMY titul 6 Calor 1935-1036 Calendar Ther- mome...

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