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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

•m :k i-M s:{bicU-, And C^jommonwealth — THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1928. NUMBER 48 MADISON COUNTY BONDS APPROVED A letter from the Attorney Gener- al's Office to Judge Brownlee end Judge Joe E. Webb states that the bonds for Madison county roads have been approved. We are glad to get th.s ini< rniation and pass it on to our readers as v.e have been asked by a number of citi- zens what has been done about the matter and all we couiJ answer was that it was under advisement at the Attorney Generals Office. We can flow bear the good news that the bonds have been approved and the comissioners are anxious to begin the work as soon as possible. The question now will doubtless be asked by some: "When will the work start on the lateral roads and high ways?" This we cannot answer yet but hope to be in a position to answer that question in the near future and think that we w411. o MRS. BELL McGAHEY DEAD Mrs. Bell McGahey died at the home ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

apr •' ■ k 'm ~ ■- ■, - J' " m r i' ■Bnloiifnffa'l ' •*'r §§: m ?te\ ,?^ .*""■ IBeS'U) pi'. ^ •' rV uv..|;". R|:? I Improved Uniform International SundaySchool ' Lesson ' , <Sy RJSV. p. a FXTZWATBH. D.D.. dmb Moody Blblo lutltuto of Chicago.) (A illl. Weatorn Nowapapcr Union.) Lesson ior February 26 <4>THER MIGHTY WQRK8 OF JESUS LESSON TEXT—Mark 6:21-24; 16-42. GOLDEN TEXT—Thy faith hath 0 ade thee whole. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus the Great JHero. JUNIOR TOPIC—The Heroism of testis. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- ISC—Jesua the Olver and Preserver of JLife. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- /IC—Th« Works of Faith. Tbe accounts of the raising of the -damsel and the healing of the woman sire so interwoven as almost to con- stitute -one narrative. But since the Oersoas are diverse and places sep- arate, they should be treated sep- arately. J. Jairus' Daughter Raised from ;the Dead (vv. 22-24 and 35-42). 1. Jairus' urgent mission (vv. 22,23). His only daughter (Luke 8:42), per- haps his only ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

GETTING BROODER READY FOR CHICKS '•C$* 41® By F. W. Kazmeier, Bryan, Texas Some people still believe they can raise baby chicks without a brooder. Sooner or later they learn of their mistake. It is an almost hopeless and certainly a discouraging task to try to raise chicks without a good brood- er. Make-shifts of brooders, may work one day only to fail when need- ed the most. The Brooder Kerosene burning brooders are most desirable unless electricity is available, in which case electric brooders may be used. In buying a brooder, buy a good one, a cheap brooder may be a fire trap and prove unsatisfactory from other stand- points. The 84 inch hover brooder will brood up to 200 chicks. The 42 inch hover will take care of. up to 350 chicks, and the 52 inch hover brooder will take care of up to 500 chicks. We perfer to brood only 350 chicks in one lot, and never more than- 500. It takes an expert to brood 500 chicks safely under one brooder; Over- crowding chicks under a hover is certain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

The Madisonville Meteor) — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. 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 a* eecond-elass matter January 19, 1895, at the post-office in °"der. Notice of Church services and meet ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge itf made. BRUARY 23, 1928 Rules and By-Laws o Constitution and By-Laws of the East Texas Feeder Pig Association, as Adopted at Tyler, January 18, 1928, at the Organization Meet- ing of the Association. Article 1—This Association shall be known and designated as the East Texas Feeder Pig Association. Article 2—The object of this Asso ciation shall be to promote interest in the breeding, improving and market- ing of high grade feeder and breeding swine. Article 3 — Membership — Class A shall insist of local county organi- zations. Each county organization being entitled to telect one member of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

EV*%Vi E :**••• '1 ^adopted daughter 14 years J&jpy* lar8fe circle of relatives t w v % I- -s': I ''"v, /♦S fC MRS. J. E. ALLEN DIED AT HUNTSVILLE TUEDAY A. M. o Mrs. J. E. Allen died at her home in Huntsville Thursday morning of last week. She was speaking before the Ladies Missionary Society Tues- day when struck with apploplexy and died Thursday at 4 p. m. Mrs. Allen was one of the outstanding leaders in her city among the ladies of all the organization of the town and her church. She was about sixty years old and leaves her husband and an old besides and friends to mourn her going. There is probably not a lady in all Huntsville who will be missed, more than Mrs. Allen in the public her city and 'cotmty. ' Sfcfc ■ sacrificing not only for her; ^ to her friends and all other and any where she could be of " any help to thosle who were to come ofter her in the years to come. The many ~ friends of Mr. and Mrs. Allen - and w their families of our city wish to ex- press to the bere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

BROODING BABY CHICKS By F. W. Kazmeier, Bryan, Texas Proper Tempature As has already been stated the pro- per brooding tempature is as impor- tant as the feed and care. Thousands and thousands of baby chicks each year are killed by keeping or getting them too hot or too cold. A comfor- table chick does not crowd, but spreads out beneath edge of hover and gives an occasional contented peep-peep. Noisy chicks are either too hot or too cold. Chicks that crowd beneath the hover are too cold. Chicks that crowd too far away from the edge of the hover, are too hot. Operate a kerosene 'or coal heated brooder at a temperature that will hover the chicks at the adge of the hover. If you heat up the entire house too much, the chicks will want to crowd in the corners of the house and get away from the hover. Keep- ing the entire house too warm weak- ens the chicks so much that they will later die. Improper brooding tempa- ture causes bowel trouble and many other chick ailments. We suggest starti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

NOTICE SHERIFFS SALE o THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Madison, By virture of an order of sale is- sued out of the Honorable District Court of Madison county, Texas on the 26th day of January, A. D. 1928, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of M. L. Bennett, et al, versus Ed A. Evans, No. 130-A, and to me as Sher- iff,, directed and delivered, I will sell for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, on the first Tuesday in March, A. D. 1928, it be- ing the 6th day of said month before the court house door of said Madison county, Texas, in the town of Madi- sonvill, Texas, the following descri- bed Real Estate to-wit:- The undivided one half interest in and to 165 acres of land belonging to Ed A. Evans out of the John Crown- ' over survey in Madison county, Tex- as, which 165 acre tract of land is fully described in deed of trust re- cords in Madison county, Texas in volume N., Pages 145-146 thereof and, Beginning at S. E. Corner of 330 acre tract, which is the S. W....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 23 February 1928

SIpV- ; ^ iff) ft*- !*rt !' ,s f ; i. •• 1 * *i TH ki p| I I F a i li i ,_fc_ nnrv*ii~i">~ ~ ,rrj fOR SALE—One more «rtra- food Jersey Boll calf. First $26 gets him. JL N. (Nath) Raney. 47-ltp FOR SALE—Good corn at $1 per < Jbushel at crib. G. A. Dahlstrom. 47-tf WOOD FOR SALE—Any lenghth de fivered to you anywhere in the city _«! short notice. Leave order with B D. Connor or see Pete Hill. Phone 87 Madisonville, Texas. 47-4t FOR SALE—Armours Big Crop JFertilizer. A good supply on hand ami all times. T. A. Byers. 47-tf. FOR SALE—Golden Ear Corn •:#1 per*bushel at my place eight miles JQorth of town. Miss Lulah Man ning. 47-tf. FOR SALE—C^r good bright maize Iteads. T. A. By ere, • - 47-tf. \ FOR SALE—Gopd Victrola, cost ^125.00 with $50.00 worth or records &U for $35.00. See C, fc. Williams wladisonville, Texas. \ FOR SALE — Purebred Jersey Black Giant eggs, $1125 per 15-. Golden eabright. Bantajn eggs, $1 per 15. lrs. Delia Gresham, North Zulch, -fexas. ! ' r " 47-4t. '■A...

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

The — And Commonwealth THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1928 NUMBER 49 C.ofC. HOLDS A CALLED MEETING At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce on Monday night several interesting matters were discussed Among other things, a committee was appointed to secure a dumping ground within a mile or two of town so as to protect our people from un- sightly and unsanitary surroundings. In this connection a reward of twenty- five dollars was offered for the arrest and conviction of any one throwing bottles, rubbish or other refuse on or near any highway or public road in precinct No. 1. It will be well for everybody to remember this in dis- posing of garbage fium their prera- ises. It was decided to foster a campaign for exterminating rats throughout the limits of Madison county. County Agent DuPuy announced that a spec- ialist has been designated by the gov- ernment to take charge of this cam- paign. He will be in Madisonville on Saturday afternoon, Marc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

• KELLOGG COMPANY * Southwestern Office MARCH 1st to 5th, 1928 • Dallas-Okla. City (Good on these dates only) * This is to certify that my grocer ♦ (Write name here) * has delivered to me free, a full size, 13-oz. package of for coupon & full * (Write Kellogg's Corn Flakes here * My name * (Coupon not good unless signed by head of family) * * Mr. Grocer: Please accept this coupon March 1st to * 5th, 1928, for full-size, 13-ounce package of Kellogg's * Corn Flakes, when properly signed by the head of a * family. We have arranged for your jobber to allow * you 15c, cash or credit, for this coupon if turned in to * him by March 5th, 1928. KELLOGG COMPANY size packag vfc % CORN FLAKES We buy a package for you at your grocer's —and give it to you FREE! '>■•1 $ v. i -V Out-of-Town Qrocers tie hereby authorised to redeem the free coupon 'published in this advertisement to that every reader of this newspaper, no matter where located, may take advantage of this free of ter of Kellogg'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

EPWORTH LEAGUE February 26 Subject: What makes people great? Bible readings. Luke 6:31—Joyce Lynch; Matt. 18:- 4—Meryl Allen. Poster suggestions, /If ye would be great, be ye small." Order of Service— Song: "More About Jesus." Prayer—Agnes Floyd. Scripture Reading—Weldon Wallace. Talk by Supt. 1. What is greatness? ______ 2. The greates t character ever known. 3. Story of Abraham Lincoln. Discussion: Other great persons, and why they were called great, Mo- ses, Paul, Beethoven, Franklin, Edi- son, Carnegie and Wesley. Story of Florence Nightingale— Martha Wallace. Talk by Supt.— 1. Self-Denial. 2. Suffering. 3. Service. Benediction. . GOSSARD CORSEAIERE HERE '">>! '-'tar ' ■ 0 Mrs. Hawkins, an expert corset fit- ter will be here, at Viser's Dry Goods store, Monday, March 5, from eight to twelve o'clock, and urges that all ladies of the town call and be fitted. Not only the ladies of Madisonville, but the surrounding communities are also invited. The Gossard line is one of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

i improved Uniform International : -.t'77T.rmtm **jni jt: , <By REV. P. B rx Moody BIMe In ■*©. 1918. ATEH. 0.6.. Omb ite of Chioego.) Wwtern Newspaper Union.) ffi Lesson for March 4 JESUS AND THE TWELVE WESSON TOPIC—Mark 8:13-19; 6:7-l . COLDEN T^XT—Go ye into all the srld and preach the gospel unto ov- creature PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus Chooses reive Helpers. JUNIOR TOPIC—The Twelve Apos ka and Their Work. I INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP —Jesus' Call to Service. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- <|®C—The Training of the Twelve. I. The Twelve Ordained (Jlark 3:13-19). Jesus, knowing that His earthly career would be cut short, made pro- Tision for the carrying forward of His -work after He was gone by calling and ^ordaining the twelve. Before doing this He spent a whole night in prayer 4Luke 6:12). The burden of His /prayer is1 indicated by what He Im- 'roedlately did. From among His dis- iles He chose twelve, whom He or- ined for a twofold purpose. 2L "That they might be with Him" 14). Fel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

EPWORTH LEAGUE February 19, 1928. Subject, "Doing the Hard Things." Bible reading and comments. Gal. 6:10.—Claude Mclver. Eccless. 9:10. —Virginia Strahn. Pastor. "I Can do all things through Christ.' Order of service. Instrumental music: Work for thei Night is Coming—Agnes Floyd. Song: What a Friend we have in Jesus. Prayer. Story of the Matthews: 7:21-27. Parable—by Mrs. T. J. Ford. Talk No. 1. Story of Joseph, and how hecared for his brothers in the time of famine, after they had so sorely mistreated him.—Glynn Mat- thews. Talk No. 2: Story of Ruth. Who would not leave Novmi in her sorrow even though it was hard for Ruth to give up her own people.—Olive Floyd Talk No. 3:Story of George Wash- ington, who did the hard things thru Christ.—Weldon Wallace. So impressed was a boy scout, as he stood in New York City looking at tL bronze-likeness of George Wash- ington in prayer at Valley Forge." A writer has immortalized the scene in these verses. Wall Street rang and echoed with its tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

1 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 County Judge: W. L. ROBINSON, W. V. JONES, J. M. ROBERTS, For Tax Assessor: W. D. EVANS, J. H. (Jim) WALTON, LLOYD WHITMIRE, For Tax Collector: G. W. McVEY, Sr., J. A. FANNIN, R. H. EPPS, MACE THOMPSON, For County Clerk: V. MAYNARD, MORRIS BYERS, For County Treasurer: T. H. WREN, MRS. RUTH PARK, JOHN LINDLEY, For District Clerk: MRS. J. L. BROADWAY, R. A. WAKEFIELD, For County Superintendent: S. F. HOKE, CLIFFORD H. BROWN, VIRGIL FORD, • 9 ' For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: O. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, R. B. BULLARD, Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 1: O. L. BROWN, GEO. F. WALLACE, For Commissioner, Precinct No. 2: J. W. KITTLEBAND, E. A. McCORQUODALE, For Commissioner, Precinct No. 3: J. F. FANNIN, For Comissioner, Precinct No. 4: F. M. SANDERS, H. C. (GROVER) DONAHO, W. M. DOWELL. ——o Mrs. Emily Dawhurst, formerl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

m The Nladisonvilie Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 0 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 is made. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1928 IN MEMORIAM Miss Charlotte Leitch of Dundee, Scotland, was given a jail sentence of two months because she told a falsehood in court. o Before being admitted to the almshouse in Manchester, Eng., for lodging, tramps must agres to take bath. Whereas, It has pleased the Grand j Master of the Universe in his infinite ! wisdom to remove from among us our esteemed friend and Brother, D. F. Diserens. Whereas, we feel that by his de- mise we suffer the loss of a faithful I member of our fraternity and the' community at large...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS: County of Madison: Notice of Execution Sale By virtue of an execution issued out of the Couty court of Madison county, Texas, on a judgment render- ed in said Court on the 12th day of January, 1928, in favor of Herring- Turner Hardware Company, and against Nelson Johnson in the case of Herring-Turner Hardware Company, against Nelson Johnson No. 511 in such Court, I did, on the 17th day of February, 1928, at 1 o'clock p. m., levy upon and take into my possession as the property of said Nelson Johnson the following describ- ed personal property, situated in Madison county, Texas, to-wit: One walking culitvator, complete with sweeps; One gray horse mule about 10 years old, weight about 1000 pounds; One black mare mule about 8 years old, weight about 900 pounds, named Ada; One brown horse mule about 6 years old, weight about 90.0 pounds, named Alec; One brown horse about 9 years old, weight about 900 pounds, named Jim; One bay mare about 8 years old, weight ab...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

■u j\ ■(Ji J ..'i March 5th to 10th 5 Million more women to wear the ORIGINAL point- ed heel stocking. L V : "5 ■ ' ■. '• ' ' Kf • '4 ...... r r FOR ONE WEEK ONLY : i . These Special YAWttiuJ .,.r ■,< Onyx Pointex Prices 155 Service-Sheer. Silk with cotton tops and feet .$1.50 541 Chiffon. Silk to the hem —cotton feet $1.65 $ 505 Chiffon. Silk to the very top with cotton feet . .$1.85 ^ | 707 Service-Sheer. Silk to ^ ^ the hem—cotton feet.$1.85 265 Service Weight., Silk to the hem—cotton feet. $ 1.95 850 Service Sheer. Silk from stop to toe . .... .;.$2.00 7.50 Chiffon. Silk from top to toe $1-95 $ i>.i \ 350 Service Weight. Silk from top to toe. ■ * - • .,$2.75 ,:.V= MARCH 5th TO 10th IS ONYX POINTEX WEEK—A WEEK SET ASIDE BY THE MAKERS OF THE ORI- GINAL POINTED HEEL STOCKING FOR INTRO- DUCING ONYX POINTEX TO FIVE MILLION NEW USERS —A WEEK DEVOTED TO DEMON- STRATING TO ALL WOMEN HOW MUCH REAL GRACE AND CHARM ONYX POINTEX SILK STOCKINGS BRING TO ANKLE LINES AND HOW MUCH STOCKIN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

Store News — AT — COOPER'S I have Just returned from making my Spring purchases and, believe me. I have things in my store for you that will be pleasing to you and they cer- tainly are priced RIGHT. Keep your eye on this store, for we are going to show you merchandise at prices that cannot be duplicated. Come and see. MILLINERY Ladies Hata in the new Crochet pat- terns. A wonderful buy. SPECIAL 91J5 MILLINERY Ladies hats in variety of styles and colors, worth much more. SPECIAL $1.50 DRESSES One lot Ladies silk dresses in the new Spring colors; worth $5.00 to $7.00. SPECIAL $3.98 DRESSES One lot Ladies silk dresses in the heavy Flat Crepe; all colors. A special buy that I made—cannot duplicate these—$15 value. SPECIAL $745 SHOES LISTEN! — LISTEN! — LISTEN! We are showing about one hundred styles of Ladies Pumps in the newest of styles. Guarantee some of them to be $5.00 values.' SPECIAL LOOK! $248 LOOK! SHOES One lot Baby shoes, Patent, Straps, Plain and Fancy inlay*, sixes up to 5....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

AN INNOCENT OUTLAW In the search for farm relief cure- alls, many things that could be dor.t to help the agricultural situation are overlooked. Take the case of sugar, for instante. The scientists in the Department of Agriculture who control the adminis- tration of the Pure Food and Drug Act are depriving American farmers of a market of twenty million or more bushels of corn annually by rul- ing against the use of corn sugar in certain food products unless such a product is branded as containing dex trose. Corn sugar is dextrose, while cane and beet sugar are sucrose. Both, of course, are sugar, but the scientists declare that "sugar is the product chemically known as sucrose, chiefly obtained from sugar cane, sugar beets, sorghum, maple and palm." Corn sugar is not as sweet as cane or beet sugar, but it is in every re spect as wholesome a fod, while for some purposes it is superior. No objection is made when corn sugar is used in the manufacture of candy, ice cream or bread, withou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 1 March 1928

€> I STOLEN WWW/WmMWMWMW}WW? M jrrr^ DELIGHTFULLY DRESSY NEW SPRING FROCKS Delightfully Dressy are these new Spring frocks, stylish and made from the Season's new- est fabrics. The opportunity to choose your dress needs is one that really should not be over- looked. Priced — $1.98 - $2.49 $3.50 and $5.95 t % u OLD FATHER TIME HAS STOLEN TWO MONTHS OF NINETEEN AND TWENTY-EIGHT AWAY FROM US! NEW SPRING SUIT —and as old mother earth is preparing now to put on her new Spring Suit of green, it's a reminder that now is the time to do your Spring Shopping from our FRESH, NEW, CRISP STOCKS. Spring Fabrics The desired Spring Fabrics of quality for March and April sewing. Imported Lin- ens, plain and floral designs; Peter Pan Suitings, plain and floral design; Printed Pongee; Percale, Ginghams and White goods. THE FAMILY STORE . .. / Galveston Dry Goods Company Madisonville, W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. Texas 'Grocer, Teacher, and County Superintendent 0 Three years ago January the first Mr. R. P. G...

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