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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

TglE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 192 . II <? J If if I If li- ft t if ■Mil $ Dollar Days $ At The Family Store One Doll $ Dollar Days $ At The Family Store $1.00 DAYS 2 pairs Boys' Heavy Iron Clad Blue Overalls— for Friday and Saturday only $1.00 $1.00 DAYS Men's Semi-Dress and work Pants, special Friday and Saturday $ 1 00 $1.00 DAYS 2 Men's Blue chambray work shirts, fast color, for Friday and Saturday $1.00 $1.00 DAYS Men's $1.50 value Dress shirts, 14 to 17, for Friday and Saturday $ 1.00 $1.00 DAYS 14 X 20 wall mirrors, extra value, Friday and Saturday $1.00 New Arrivals this Week At The Family Store Trunks, Hat Boxes, Ladies' and Men's shoes. Ladies' and Misses' Felt Hats. Be our guests, look them over. $1.00 DAYS Boys' Bar tacked Heavy Round up Blue Pants for Friday and Saturday $ 1.00 $1.00 DAYS 3 yds. 50c Printed flaxon or Batiste for Friday and Saturday only $ 1.00 $1.00 DAYS 3 yds 50c Silk Stripe Voile for undies for Fri- day and Saturday, 3 yds $ 1.00 $1.0...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

iV1 Madisonville— Where the East Begina The Madisonville Meteor Madison Land—*- A Kingdom of Contentment — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1929. NUMBER FOURTEEN BRYAN GOOD ROAD MOVE INCLUDES HIGHWAY 21 LARGE RATTLE SNAKE KILLED NEAR NORTH BEDIAS CREEK Considerable agitation is being made in Brazos county in the matter of their highways north and south and highway 21 east and west through the county. The following from the Bryan Eagle of last week will show the activity there: "Bryan business men and county officials, representatives of the Bryan and Brazos County Chamber of Commerce as well as of the citizens of the county, will go to Houston to- morrow for a conference with R. S. Sterling, chairman of the state highway commission, on the matter of paving Highways 6 and 21 from one end of Brazos county to the other. The committee, named by President J. Webb Howell of the Chamber of Commerce, includes himself, John M. Lawer...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1929. You Can Save and Not be a Tightwad Such a reputation is never ac- quired by the prudent, thrifty person who makes regular savings an impor- tant part of his rule of conduct. The spendthrift—the person who wastes his money—is the real tight- wad—the one who is never in a posi- tion to meet financial responsibilites. Be prepared to play your part in the life of the community and to meet your responsibilities to your family and relatives. If you have no account at this bank we invite you to open one and start the systematic saving idea of building up your future solidly and effectively. ROAD MATTERS IN MADISON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE ■■■■■■■■ VALUE OF ROMANCE Ennui, morbid introspection, and a sense of the futility of existence over- takes one occasionally. You wonder what it is all about—this ambition to accumulate money and trouble, this turmoil and grind* of a mechanical age, t...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE KADIS0NTILL6 METEOR, THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1929. GOOD BREAD Is essential to life. There is no better bread than ours. Buy at home—save the difference. WE SELL GOOD CANDY A. Haltmar, The Baker Texas consumed 144,643 tons of commercial fertilizer in 1928, the peak year in the United States in that direction. There are at east two commercial fertilizer plants in suc- cessful operation in Texas, but much the larger part of the fertilizer used was imported from other states. Striving for the Aouch The professor had asked time and again for the students to put more personal touch in their themes, so one of the papers which he received ended thus: "Well, professor, how are the wife and. kiddies; and, by the way, before I forget it, could you lend me five dollars ?" WHAT IT MEANS IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO THE FARMER Hee-Haw! A well-known political leader in the Middle West completed a full course | of study in veterinary surgery, but , never practised. He branched out j into politics. During...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE lHADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE tl, m Ami,'--- Trarie With Us Your Dollars will go further and your business is always appreciated 48 lb. Sack flour $1.23 16c $1.00 Maxwell House, All Gold, and Rice Hotel $1.35 5 lb. can Calumet baking powder. . . $1.00 10 lb. can Calumet baking powder. . $1.50 100 lb. sack Shorts $1.69 100 lb. sack Bran $1.39 These are not special prices but every day prices. You will find our prices throughout our stock in line with these, Serve-U-Self Grocery j LEONARD A SANDEL, Proprietors. The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months .75 Oat of county, 6 months 1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in the eolumns of the Meteor will be gladly corr...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE KADIS0NV1LL« METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1?2?. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Extra good Jersey cow. Apply to J. Bozetrarj. ltp. HEMSTITCHING All work guaranteed. 10c per yard. EULA M. T1NSLEY FOR SALE—1 Jersey cow, fresh in milk. 30 bushels good corn, $1.00 per bushel Oscar Mason. FOR RENT— One room, for one or two gentlemen, a garage if .desired Mrs. W.M. McDonald phone Bl FOR RENT—Two room apartment furnished, also cool sleeping porch suitable for men. Phon 135. Mrs. W. D. Evans, * 14-3c.. FOR SALE—About a dozen high grade Jersey heifers and young cows, all with calf by registered Jersey male. Dr. J. A. McKay. 11-4c LOST—A prrr of shoes was put in the wrong car i t the skating rink last Saturday night. Please leave them at the Meteor office ns owner will call here for them. Thanks. * Kt % A. LOST—Goodyear 30x5 balloon cas- ing on 20-inch rim somewhere in Mad- isonville or on road to Huntsville. Please leave at Farmers State Bank. J. E. VISE?.. 2t Driving a car, playing golf and simil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE MADISONYILLB METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1929. CHAPPELL HILL BRIDGE NOT DAMAGED BY FLOOD Brenham, Texas. — Construction work on the $315,000 bridge being erected across the Brazos River near the ferry site between Chappell Hill and Hempstead was not damaged in the least by the recent flood caused by heavy rains and the overflow of the Brazos, reports R. B. Alexander, resident engineer for the state high way department, who is in charge of the work. He states that several temporary building.*, including bunk house, blacksmith shop and a cement house were washed away, and there was some damage to machine- ry and supplies, but the bridge itself was not under water and was not damaged. Wreckage caused by the overflow is now being cleared away, and work on the bridge will be resumed as soon as possible, says Mr. Alexander, but it will probably be a week or more be- fore he can tell how much time will be lost because of the flood. It may be one, two or three months. This magnificient s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE iflADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2929. FANS CONVENIENT sixes for hone ud office. You eaa make a reasonable payment down, par the balance monthly with your electric service hill. GulfStates Utilities' Companjr LAWN CROSSERS A friend offers this little comment: "Among indifferent, inconsiderate, stupid people I reserve a prominent position for the fellow who cuts across the well kept lawn belonging to some- one else." More he has to say on this same subject, for this friend loves his well kept lawn and garden, and resents bitterly the disregard for his rights exhibited by many people. One man starts, then others follow. Soon a path begins to develop across the corner. Then others more care- less than the first break off shrub- bery, vines and bushes that were secured at expense and tended with the greatest care. Soon a beautifully landscaped lawn looks much the worse for wear, and the time saved by these jay walkers is of no consequence whatever. If you agree with what is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 June 1929

THE MADISONYILLE METEOR. thursday, june 27, 192 . a i ii f'W I JUNE Month End House Clearing Month End House Clearing 2 Days The Family Store House Clearing on Many Items not listed Here. Friday, June 28. Saturday, June 29. Take advantage of these offerings. 28th 2 Days JUNE JUNE 29th House Clearing SALE Silk Dresses-In two Groups—for Friday and Saturday. Georgette Flat Crepe Prints, a lovely collection, select yours quick. $3.95 $4.95 $7.95 House Clearing SALE Straw Hats—Men's and young men's Straw Hats are unequaled in Quality and Unmatched in Price. Friday, 28th $1.00 Saturday, 29th. House Clearing At The Family Store on Items mentioned in this ad and many more you will find on display and marked low for Quick Selling House Clearing SALE Ladies' pumps, oxfords straps, high and low heels. The season's choicest styles in brok- en lines, our sacrifice, your gain. $5.00 and $6.00 Values. See window display $3.65 try for your size. House Clearing SALE Suits—Men here's your chance. Sel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville Meteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE. MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1929. NUMBER FIFTEEN SUPER-PRODUCTION OF CROPS TO BE INVESTIGATED BY MADISON COUNTY FABMER8 In Co-Operation With County Agent of Madison County Several Farmers Indulge In Scientific Research Agricultural Methods ot Cotton and Corn BENEFICIAL AND TIMELY BAIN IS* REPORTED FROM ILL SECTIONS OF MADISON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES Madison County Farmers To Prove That Fertilizing Corn Crop Is a Profitable Method To prove that cotton and corn can be produced at a profit, County Agent DuPuy has arranged a series of five acres demonstrations with several farmers in Madison county. Suggestions on conducting these demonstrations were outlined by Mr. E. A. Miller, Extension Agronomist of the A. and M. College, and these suggestions, which have already prov- en to be profitable, are being follow- ed very closel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

THE MADIS0NV1LLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1929. MERIT IN SELFISHNESS M ■ fk' Much as we condemn selfishness, it must be recognized that an enlight- ened self-interest is the motive power back of most worth-while achieve- ments. If one can prove that men. will profit, even indirectly, then they can be induced to support an enter- prise. In all of our talks on community building, it is, therefore, our intention to emphasize the benefit that each citizen of Madisonville will reap through effort to up-build the com- munity. We want to convince every citizen in Madisonville and in the surrounding territory that they will profit in some manner through the ef- forts of a few to make the city more prosperous. The worker will find a better job and greater opportunities for his children through every new industry that is brought to the city. The farmer will gain through the benefit that always comes from living near a, live town—better schools for his children, more pleasing entertain- ment,...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

THE KADISONTILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JULY 4, 192 . "Editorial Confession "Better interview this Lady Eg- lantine," suggested the managing (editor of the New York Daily Squash. "Why, she's a hen. A hen can't do anything but cackle." "Well, we've printed worse inter- views. Go ahead." Dr. Joe A. Reeves REGISTERED OPTICIAN —AT— BURTIS DRUG STORE One Day Each Month An Eye to' Business Judge—"You let the burglar go to arrest an automobilist?" Policeman—"Yes. The autoist pays a fine and adds to the resources of the State; the burglar goes to prison, and the State has to pay for his keep." Sorry Old Ed Is Gone The passons arc the only orators that always persuade; they are, as it were, a natural art, the rules of which are infallible; and the simplest man with passion is more persausive than the most eloquent without it. —La Rochefoucauld. I crept up stairs my shoes in hand Just as the night took wing— And I saw my wife four feet above Doing the same darn thing. NOW-a liquid FLY DESTROYER TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

—B! THE MADISONYILLB METEOR, THURSDAY. JULY «. ! ■ The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. DO TOU KNOW? Entered as second-class matter Madison villa, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months— Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which ■■intentionally may appear in the columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. JULY FOURTH Picture that scene in Philadelphia 1. A ring mold may be very easily contrived to take the place of the re- gular ring mold. Place a glass fruit jar in a round bowl. Fill the jar with ice or ice water. Pour the gelatin mixture into the space around the jar. When firm, remove ice from the jar and pour warm, not hot, water into the jar; take out carefully. 2. Meat salads are improved if...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

THE KADISONV1LL£ METEOR, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 182 . CLASSIFIED ADS Honey Boy Ice Cream, the best in the world at Steele's Pharmacy. SWANSON GROCERY HOUSE BURGLARIZED MONDAY AND FOR SALE—Extra good Jersey cow. Apply to J. Bozeman. ltp. FOR SALE—New and used furni- ture, the price is right.—Hollis Furniture Store. HEMSTITCHING All work guaranteed. 10c per yard. EULA M. TINSLEY FOR SALE—1 Jersey cow, fresh in milk. 30 bushels good corn, $1.00 per bushel. Oscar Mason. FOR RENT—Two room apartment furnished, also cool sleeping porch suitable for men. Phon 135. Mrs. W. D. Evans. 14-3c.. Eighty per cent of the headaches are caused by eye strain. Properly fitted glasses s^'cc-ted for style in harmony. wi„!> your features solves the problem. S. WESTMORELAND, O. D. Office: Westmorelands Jewelry Store. Huntsville, Texas FOR SALE—Hot water unit in A-l condition, can be bought at a bargain at Hollis Furniture Store. BUILDING FOR SALE—The old Brizzolara Hotel building is for sale cheap to be moved...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

HPP vTV THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JULY 4. 3t. ■P' #1 ' ' m Kl i: We Have. Sincere and Optimistic Faith In Madisonville I s The Spirit of Freedom Hand in hand with the Spirit of Freedom travels the Spirit of Service. Freedom without service lacks much—but working together they constitute a creative force that builds communities and nations. This tremendous force awaits the opportunity to aid us in building this community. Co-operative effort will put this power giant to work for us—now. It is the community which serves best that profits most, and enjoys to the utmost the great spirit of freedom. Our interest in the welfare of this community prompts us to sponsor this message to the people of Madisonville and vicinity. • « This page of publicity has been Madisonville. Next month they will prepared for and paid for by the following firms and business men of publish another gladsome message for you. It will gladden your heart to read it. Butler-Grimes Co. Variety Goods. Turners...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1829. r. GOOD BREAD Is essential to life. There is no better bread than ours. Buy at home—save the difference. WE SELL GOOD CANDY A. Haltmar, The Baker WINNERS IN CHICK ESSAY CONTEST ARE ANNOUNCED Doyton, Ohio.—Winners in the na- tion-wide $10,COO letter-writing con- test conducted by the National Baby Chick Campaign and mentioned in the Meteor some few months ago have been announced, according to John L. Boyd, contest manager. Forty-one poultry raisers, most of them farm women, were awarded prizes ranging from $5,000 down to $25.00. Mrs. Eloise Knox Niemeyer, of Clayton, Indiana, won first prize of $5,000. Second prize of $2,000 went to Agnes Glaser of Lincoln, Nebras- ka. Mrs. G. G. Adair of Rutledge, Georgia, won third prize of $1,000 and fourth prize of $500 went to Mrs. Bertha of Baldwin City, Kansas. More than 40,000 letters on the sub- ject "Why It Pays to Buy Chicks From A Hatchery," were submitted during the six months during which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 July 1929

THE 4ADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JULY 4. 19 . k &■ tW i JULY Vacation Celebration Prices JULY CLEARANCE Of all Spring and Summer Goods—at the Family Store. July Clearance prices coming at a time when everybody is giving thought to attend- ing Big Meetings, vacation time, picnics and going to see kinsfolk. Dress up from the Family Store JULY Picnic Vacation Prices $9.95 SUITS July Clearance prices will move these quality suits. Try for your size. $1.00 HATS Clearance prices on Straw Hats. Come first and get yours. MEN'S PANTS Pants, July Clearance Prices— $1.00, $2.95 $3.95 75c $1.95 Men's Shirts July Clearance Prices will make you glad you came here to buy. $1.50 Ladies, New Felt Hats for Friday and Satur- day, and they're good looking. 95c Men's Heavy Blue Denim Overalls, a real Value REMNANTS A Counter Piled High with the season's choicest Fabrics from our spring selling. Look them over for real savings. LUGGAGE CLEARANCE Suit cases 98c $1.98 to $22.50 Trunks $4.95 $5.95 to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 11 July 1929

a\ Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville — And Commonwealth — Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY /l, 1929. NUMBER SIXTEEN OLD AND HONORED CITIZENf^ASSES AWAY News comes to Us of the death of Mr. A. T. Manes* at his home in the Elwood community, Wednesday of last week which we regret very much. Mr. Maness was about 80 years old as- well as we have been able to learn and one of the honored, and highly r^pected citizens of Madison county. He was a Christ- ian gentleman, a member of the Masonic fraternity and a father who had dared to rear his children to the beat of his ability and had succeeded! in a great measure as all of them are highly respected eitizens. We were- unable to learn of the funeral ar>- rarigements.. News reached Madisonville Tues- day night of the serious illness of Miss Mary Lee Knight, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Knight, at Huntsville. At the time of going to press we...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 11 July 1929

THI MADISONYILLB METEOR, THURSDAY. JULY 11. 1929. f- ■KV: ? f- ; ¥ I 11 1 J I Econ mieat Trmmperiatltn f (HKVROI F i k rReco V - "> > * < • >v' v: : > ot/er 800,000 Mew CHEVROLET Sixes on the road since Jan. Ist f Today's Chevrolet is scoring a huge nationwide success because it represents one of the most sensational achievements in automotive history —a Six in the price range of the four. The Chevrolet six-cylinder engine delivers its power freely, quietly, and easily throughout the entire speed range—delightfully free from annoying vibration and rumble. Combined with this remarkable six-cylinder smoothness are equally remarkable speed, power and accelera- tion—and an economy of better than twenty miles to the gallon. In addition to such sensational performance the Chevrolet Six offers the outstanding advan- tages of Bodies by Fisher. And no car ever provided a more impressive array of modern convenience features!—adjustable driver's seat and VV one-piece windshield ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 11 July 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 192ft. "PRODUCT OF CF.NERAL MOTOBS iWUMIsui The "fifth wheel," an accurate speed meas- uring device, has proved that Pontiac has the highest top speed and the fastest acceleration available in any tow-priced sis. As for power, Pontiac is the most powerful of all low-priced sixes, a fact which can be proved by the dynamo- meter, a scientist's measuring stick for'brake horsepower. i#V Try to match these Big Car features offered at no increase in price — Big Car engine. . Big Car lubrieat- ing system. Big Car brakes Big Car fuel feed Big Car cooling system And many other Big Car advance- ments •745 f. 43. h. Pontiac, Michigan FIVE-PASSENGKR 2- DOOR SEDAN. BODY BY FISHKR in *pite af the fact that it offer* every• desirable hig car quality arid is now available in a tride twriety of color*—'the Pontiac Hig Six continue* to sell at no increa*e in ftriee*. Small tloxvn payment. Ea*y monthly _ term*. Pontiac Big Si*, $745 to $895, f. o. b. Pontiac...

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