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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

m ■ — TBI KAOISOlfTlLLB METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1*. 1*29. ■pffgif MM- \ Health is something to be thankful for—safeguard it! The best thing about the goodies that come out of a General Electric Refrigerator is that they're always healthfully fresh. All year round this quiet, automatic refrigerator main- tains the scientifically correct tem- perature that checks the growth of bacteria—and safeguards health. This perfect refrigeration is a neces- sity even in the coldest months. For kiccbdhs do get warm, and food isn't reaUy safe to eat unless it is kept below 50 degrees all the time. The General Electric Refrigerator iseabrely different from all others— it is indeed "years ahead" in design. All its mechanism is up on top- safe from dust and difficulties—and sealed in an air-tight steel casing. You don't even have to oil it. It is easy to keep clean because it is up-on-legs and because the gentle current of air which radiates from the coils prevents dust from settling. These quiet...

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 — 19 September 1929

THE MADI8QNVILLB METEO>, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1929 TO THE Third Annual % T is published solely for fou a most cordial invi- Fair. Each man in vith out-stretched hand everything within his ve a good time. This ; :he above dates, for we srt^hment:- VILLE Ai ultimate Concessions Shows, f Drinks, Etc. rs' Contest. )mmercial Exhibits. an exhibit in the Fair. er<£ in prizes. Get own and see just what ou may win. It costs ce your entries now. he Madisonville Commerce go GRAY MOTOR COMPANY Extends a hearty welcome to the Third Annual Fair of Madison County The New Ford is the greatest automobile on the market today SERVICE AFTER SALE COME TO MADISONVILLE And visit the big Fair, Sept. 23rd, 24 and 25th See what you are losing by not living in the Best County in the State. Call at the store and see what we can offer you in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings.. We sell John B. Stetson Hats. Get one dur- ing the Fair. Make our store headquarters while visiting th...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METSu. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1929. m i my*.- Keeping Fit As Age Creeps On You No need to Grow old just because the years are piling up. With the aid of chiropractic you can keep feeling young and fit year after year. An examination costs you nothing. Phone us at 131 DR. C. W. KNOX The Chiropractor MADISONVILLE, TEXAS NORTH ZULCH NEWS I! Miss Emma Lea Pitts of Houston is a guest of her sister, Mrs. E. M. ! Carder. C. Aj Andrews, wife and little I daughter left Saturday for their home at Wortham after spending CLASSIFIED ADS Call and see our Automatic Re- frigerators. 'We will take in your old refrigerator in exchange. KNOX FURNITURE "COMPANY/ FOR SALE—Good used Chevrolet ! several days here, where he has been j coach> motor reconditioned, good ■ recuperating from a recent appendi-' rubber, good paint, all equipments, i citis operation. j In A1 Condition in every respect, j Rev. C. B. Thompson was culled to j can be bou«ht at a bargain. Apply Fort Worth last Satu...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

,;tA" *trf *HE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, # HATS Men and young men, boys and little boys will find it easy to select a becoming Hat for Fall and Winter from our stocks. Little Boys price range 50c to $1.95 Big boys price range $1.95 to $3.50 Men's price range $1.95 to $4.95 JOHN B. STETSON HATS In a good range of styles and colors. $8.50 to $16.50 Brown Canton FLANNEL 10c per Yard SUITS Start the new season by buying a new suit > from our stock. A special One Hundred per ** cent all wool Blue Serge— $18.50 Fancy 2-Pant Suits for young men- $20.00 \ ! 27-inch Dress GINGHAMS 5c Per Yard Full Speed into the New Season With Large Stocks Our preparation to serve you best with Quality Goods at unbelieveable low prices will further demonstrate to you our fairness. In two years we have grown from a very small business to be leaders as a result of your patronage, for which we thank you. | mi |||--Mr . .. I II I I II I — - I I ■ Beginning Friday, September 20th, We Will P...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

; WfSm ■ mt - mfeSM t& v pK1" f$£' t j* i, L r tHB MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBERJ^_11>^_ MADISONVILLE PRODUCE COMPANY Wholesale Produce Groceries and Feed Madisonville, Texas Since our establishment in 1918 we have steadily grown because we study the interest of our customers. V. Phillips W. D. Bradford MADISONVILLE PRODUCE COMPANY WE WELCOME YOU to the Madison County Fair September 23, 24 and 25th. WOODSON LUMBER COMPANY Builders of Ideal Homes Madisonville, Texas. Victor Phonographs, Atwater Kent Radios, Records You are cordially invited to visit Madison- ville during the fair. This store is very anx- ious to make your visit pleasant and profitable. My September Sale offers an opportunity to save on many seasonable items of merchan- dise. Come to See Me JNO. R. BURTIS Your druggist since 1886 Sheaf fer Fountain Pens Eastman Kodaks—Films. A BIG STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Clothing, Ready to Wear and Shoes. Clos- ing out at Rediculously low prices. J.L.COOPER The Price Is ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

THE MADI80NVILLB METB0*, THl'RSDAT, SEPTEMBER 19, 1929. CLASSIFIED ADS TRY our Big Four Cleaners. They will make you money. ALLEN & WILLIAMS GIN. 25-2. Anyoie interesting in purchasing the old ~egro school bui'.di ig fiia bid with K. V. Ford, Secretary of Board FOR SALE—Davenport, bookcase, and bedstead at a reasonable price. Mrs. B. F. Leonard. DAIRY FOR SALE. Place for rent. Fine saddle horse. Phone 245, P. 0. Box 207. H. F. Leigh, Hunts- ▼ilie, Texas. 2 t. p 'S//ss/s////////ssss/ssssssss/ssssssss/sssW ? r WJW W7W> MW :}WV ssw. J. M. DAY FURNITURE COMPANY Funeral Directing and Embalming Courteous Ambulance Service Day or Night Day Phone 99 Night Phone 73 j. L CREED, Embalmer. SURFACE ROAD BUILDING STIMULATED BY FEDERAL AID RESIDENCE FOR SALE—Good eight-room house with city water, fig and pecan orchard, 1 1-2 acres of land, can be bought for $2000.00, half cash, balance in four notes. See J. A. Knight or M. M. Brownlee. tf. FOR SALE—Good used Chevrolet coach, motor reconditi...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

THE rflADISONVILl E METEO _ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 19 I Insure Your Destiny Against Adversities The man with a good reserve in the bank never worries about the dif- ficulties that hard luck presents. Adverse periods come to us all, and they come as certain as the good per- iods come. The loss of a job, sickness in the family, unexpected expenses of var- ious kinds may come to any man. The one who suffers least from such misfortunes is the man who saves regularly. It is at least a measure of safety or a safeguard against ad- versities. It pays to be prepared. THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE IODINE IN SOUTH CAROLINA Science teaches that fruits and vegetables are essential to a diet that is to maintain health and nor- mal well-being. The idea of analy- zing foods to determine their iodine- content was instigated in Bamberg County, South Carolina, and much interest has been aroused through the discovery that fruits and vege- tables raised in that state contain...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEo*. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1929. FULL OF Big Saving BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS 2000 yards 32-in ginghams; the best in town, for. 10 Cents per Yard 1 Case 36-inch heavy outings, solid and stripes. The best and heavest in town for "t 20c Yd. 1 Case 36-inch Prints, fast colors, makes good school dresses, a real 35c value for 25c I Case 32-inch ginghams, stripes, plaids, checks, and solid colors, a good buy for only 20c per Yard MILLINERY % Our Millinery Department Boasts of the most fashionable head wear that the market offers. Carleton Shirts in Blue, tan and Grey for 1.00 V.-.jS p 1 'Ell P & w\m LADIES HATS, DRESSES AND COATS Our line of ladies tub Dresses are 98c to 1 .95 Ladie s silk dresses for $4.95 $10.75 $16.75 % We have a good line of ladies coats in all the new styles with fur trimmings for $9.95 $14.95 $16.75 and up to $45.00 DOMESTIC AND SHEETING 1 Case 36-in. soft Bleached domestic, free from starch, the best in town, for 1 0c per yd. I Case 36-inch ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

c m ! It-; n m, SPECIALS _ FOR — Saturday, Sept. 21, and Wednesday, Sept. 25. Our fruit and vegetable department has been combined which makes it much more convenient. Here you will find a good line of fruits and vegetables at a cheap price. BANANAS Per Dozen 15c ORANGES Per Dozen 15c GRAPES 3 Pounds for 25c ONIONS Per Pound 04c TOMATOES Per Pound 08c SUGAR 10 pounds 57c TOMATOES No. 2, 4 cans 45c SALMON-Mackerel No. 2 cans, 6 for. . 69c FLOUR 48-lb. Extra High Patent. $1.59 LARD 8 pounds $1.12 LARD 45 pounds $5.29 BROOMS 5 string, 3 for $1.00 SNUFF Garrett, 6 oz 29c PALM OLIVE Soap. 3 bars 19c SHELLS, Winchester Ranger 12 guage smokeless 73c (Other ammunition prices in line with these) Try our Prices on your Chickens Eggs and Produce. CANDY and Chewing Gum, 3 for 10c SYRUP Pure Ribbon cane, your choice of three brands 69c MACARONI and Spaghetti, 4 boxes.... 18c K C BAKING POWDER 10 lbs $1.39 Bring in your Silverware Coupons and Get your Silverware. BACON Dry Salt per lb 17c SAUSAGE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment And Commonwealth THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE. MADISON' COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1929. NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN MADISON COUNTY FAIR ATTENDANCE REACHES RECORD-BREAKING MARK EACH DAY Exhibits From All Sections of the County Are Most Wonderful end Reflect the Marvelous Results of Efficiency and Super-Production on the Farms V COUNTY ENGINEER 15 NOTIFIED STATE 1 IS GRANTED FOR MM 21THROUGHJADISON COUNTY Hard-Surfacing of East-West Highway Must Now Wait Until the County Bonds Can Be Sold North Zulch Exhibit Is Judged Best Over All Others and Is Given the First Prize Award The Madison County Third An- nual Fair closed Wednesday night with some of the best exhibits that have ever been show in the county. Notwithstanding the dry weather and unfavorable crop condition there seemed to be nothing lacking to make the exhibits a credit to each community and from our way of thinking it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

We Have Utmost Confidence in Madison County si We Have Sincere and Optimistic Faith In Madisonville s I E i> UPON LABOR Depends Community Whatever this community has accomplished in the past—whatever it may hope to ac- complish in the future, depends upon the men who labor. The farmer, the planter, the ranchman, the banker, the merchant, the professional man—each one contributes his share of labor toward helping to build up the progress and welfare of Madison county. Labor makes possible the building of schools, churches, good roads, better homes and creates the circulation of our monetary system. Labor creates prosperity. Labor builds good will. Labor is the keynote of a successful and prosperous community. Laboring together we can make Madison county a county of which we all may be proud and be glad we live here This page of publicity has been prepared for and paid for by the following firms and business men of Madisonville. Next month they will publish another gladsome message...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

THE ffiADISONVILLB METEOtw THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 19 . Improved Uniform International SundaySdiool ' Lesson' (By REV. P II FITZWATER. D.D . Dean Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) ((c), 1929, Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for September 29 REVIEW: SIGNIFICANCE OF THE EXILE AND THE RESTORATION GOl.DEN TEXT—The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him, and his righteousness unto children's children. PRIMARY TOPIC—Stories Retold. JUNIOR TOPIC—Stories Retold INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Some Great Men of the Period. YOUNU PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—God's Providence in the Exile and the Restoration. Tlte grade of thp class, the aptitude of the scholars and the genius of in teacher are fuctors which determine the method of review. For adult classes the following suggestions are made: I. Study the lessons of the quarter as illustrating the philosophy of history in God's dealings with His people in their captivity and restoration. As- signment of topi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

%HBSBBS=—B5=a=====^= The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas* under the act of January 19, 1896, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year 11.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months .75 Out 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 columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. i-BE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2*. 192*. HIGH PRESSURE THE VOICE OF EDITORS AROUND MADISON COUNTY Jewett Messenger: Dave Cundiff was a visitor from Robbins Tuesday. Dave says cotton is short in his country, says he has a good business and good customers. Most of them will manage to pay him and he appreciates them, the cotton crop is a failure. Cundiff is a good business man but Mr. This is an age of high power, high press...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

* i ' > .' -I r I' THE MADISON VILLE METBCMfc. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1 8 Store News -AT— COOPER'S When it comes to Merchandise at a Price you jnust hand it to This Store. Always seasonable Merchan- dise at prices under the market. Read the following and judge for your self. NOTED EDITOR IS OPPOSED TO BIG BOND PLAN SHOES. Children's Pat. Leather Punipffc, tan trimmed, values up to $225. Sizes 8 1-2 to 2. Look. SPECIAL Buy. $1.48 SHOES. Infants shoes patent with kid up- pers, guaranteed solid leathers, re- gular §1.50 values. SPECIAL 59c Pair SHOES Ladies Mens low cut shoes, values up to $2.98. Save SPECIAL Be Thrifty. $1.98 SHOES The seasons newest Styles and colors in Straps and Pumps, regular $3 98 and $4.50 values. SOME • BUY $2.98 SUITS Boys suits with one and 2 pair long trousers cuff bottoms two hip pockets. LOOK BUY i.98 $3. SUITS Young Men's Student Suits with two pair trousers, high grade lining, values up to $15.00. SPECIAL $6.95 SUITS Men's all wool 2 pant suits, a re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

Mtrni THE MADIBONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1®2 . m mmmm Determining Our Policy Of all things alUut our town of which we may feel justly proud is the spirit of our citizens—their faith in the future of the community, and their readiness to co-operate in any enterprise initiated for the pur- pose of improving the community. In this respect our city is excellent, and it is the constant aim of this institution to keep pace with the peo- ple of the town, to strive in every way to make our bank known as a public spirited institution. THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE AVERAGE COTTON YIELD IN TEXAS GRADUALLY DECLINING Austin, Texas.—Average yield of cotton in Texas has declined about 27 per cent, or 49 pounds per acre during the last 30 years, and the average staple length of Texas cot- ton has declined about 11-16 inches to 7-8 Inches, according to Dr. A. B. Cox, director of the Bureau of Busi- ness Research at the University of Texas an dchairman of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

Till, MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1929. HMMraUH^ Our Greatest Community Asset Before making any important de- cisions we ask ourselves these two questions: "Will me be serving the interests of our depositors?" "Will we be serving the best interests of Jladisonville, our community?" We have a great obligation to those who have entrusted their Money to us. We aim to discharge this by careful handling of all funds in our hands. We have fully as great an obli- gation to the community. We dis- charge this by assisting, financially, all worthy local business institutions! ! BRIDE AND GROOM ENJOYING I AN EXTENSIVE HONEYMOON Farmers State Bank Madisonville, Texas B LADIES OF CENTERVILLE CLEANING UP THEIR TOWN Jewett Messenger: The ladies of Centerville orga- nized . a Civic League Friday night, 'August 23rd, with Mrs. R. R. Cun- diff President, Mrs. W. D. Lacey, Vice president, Mrs. J. A. Teamer, Secretary-treasurer. A number of committees were appointed for the purpose of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 26 September 1929

I <UMPT J;' !l' > *« :1 )+:<}■** • [m |t M W* iwDy THE «f ADISONVILLE MBTEOkw THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1929. ft?;* SPECIALS — FOR — Saturday, Sept. 28, and Wednesday, Oct. 2. BANANAS Per Dozen 15c ORANGES Per Dozen 15c GRAPES 3 Pounds for 25c jj FLOUR 48 lbs. Fancy Pat., guaranteed $1.63 BEANS Rice Hotel, Asparagus Style, No. 2, Two for 49c PEAS No. 2 Snider's Fancy, two for. 42c TOMATOES No. 2, per can 09c COFFEE 3-lb. can Maxwell House. . $1.29 PORK AND BEANS No. 2, per can 09c POST TOASTIES Two for 15c SALAD DRESSING Full Pint 23c TEA Maxwell House, 1-lb. size 62c $100,000 ROACH KILLER, 65c size. . 49c SOAP 10 bars white laundry, for. . . .31c FIGS 13-oz. in Glass, two for 28c LAND TERRACING TIME IS COMING SOON We have the best prices in town every day except the R .B. System Specials on Saturdays and Wednesdays. SYSTEM CASH & CARRY vss/ssssss/rs.W/M/M/M/mmiOA LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Miss Lora Minnie Barrett left Sunday for Huntsville where she will teach Home Economics in t...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 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, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 192 . NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT LEGISLATIVE PRISON COMMITTEE VISIT MADISONVILLE TO LOOK THE TOWN OVER Citizens From Madisonville, Huntsville, Midway and Crockett Dine With the Prison Re-Locating Committee Monday Noon at The Ferguson State Farm COUNTY AGENT V. H. DUPUY RESIGNS AND LEAVES TO ACCEPT A SIMILAR POST IN FAYETTE COUNTY Prison Committee Silent About Possibil'' / of Moving the State Penitentiary to Madisonville A number of citizens of Madison- ville, Huntsville, Midway and Crock- ett were invited to visit the Fergu- son State Farm Monday and there met the Prison Re-location com- mittee and partake of a fine dinner prepared by the men of Captain Crain, manager of the farm. At the proper time the committee arrived from Huntsville and they found a fine dinner awaiting them and a good...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 1929

mmmmm THE MADISONVILLE METEO _ THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1929. Bp Determining Our Policy Of all things about our town of which we may feel justly proud is the spirit of our citizens—their faith in the future of the community, and their readiness to co-operate in any enterprise initiated for the pur- pose of improving the community. In this respect our city is excellent, and it is the constant aim of this institution to keep pace with the peo- ple of the town, to strive in every way to make our bank known as a public spirited institution. THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE H#W to Raise Poultry By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S. St. Louis, Mo. Dr. LeGear it a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College. 1802. Thirty-*ix years of veterinary practice on diaeawa of live atock and poultry. Eminent Hittliority on poultry and atock raiting. Nationally known poultry breeder. Noted author and lecturer. sire. It may not be the most heroic FORMER, PIONEER, TEXAS measure, but, aside fro...

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

THE MADISONVILLE METE** . thursday, october 1929. Do You Believe In Philanthropy? Suppose you lived away off from Madisonville and your heart longed for a copy of the old home town paper; and you get to thinking that surely someone might be philanthropic and benevolent enough to mail you a copy. Surely, you have some rel- ative or friend who is away from Madisonville who would be so glad to get the Meteor each week. The $2 you pay to send it away for one year will, according to the "Divine Law of Compensation," come back to you many fold for your philanthropic act and deed. The Meteor is-an en- ormous weekly letter from home to those living away, and no amount of letter writing can ever convey the vast amount of news and information these far away souls long to hear about. Phone in your subscription to us and we will start the Meteor go- ing and collect your $2 on the first of the month. i Spread Joy and Delight to Those Away From Home. huge error appears in u. s. cotton gin report ...

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