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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 1929

THE -<l ADISON V1LIE METEO. THURSDAY. OCTOBER S, 1> . Stop-Look-Listen We have installed a complete Battery Charging Outfit With good supply of rent Batteries Try us when you want your work done right Let Wash and Polish Your Car. _ ... ST You will be a permanent customer iF you give us the first chance. MAKE US PROVE IT Ever-Ready Filling Station The Voice of Newspapers Around Madison County XAVASOTA FARMERS WILL GROW TOMATOES NEXT YEAR The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. CAR CRUSHES THROUGH BRIDGE NEAR HEAR FN F Hearne, Texas.—A car occupied by three negroes of the Brazos bottom crushed into the railing on the Lit- tle Brazos River bridge Saturday night en route to Hearne, plunging into the river bed. Ralph McCoI lough, 33, driver, drowned. His body was recovered several hours aftei the accident. Rob Smith and Joe Maxfield were injured. The car was Any erroneous reflection upon the demolished an8 submerged in the * water. Entered as second-class matter Mad...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 1929

'lUE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1929. LIQUOR FOUND IN CAR WRECK NEAR NAVASOTA (Navasota Daily Examiner) Navasota, Texas,—Car accidents sometimes reveal skeletons and such was the case Satui-day evening on highway 90 when about six miles northeast of Navasota a car driven by a Fort Worth man sideswiped an Anderson car in which three women were riding, resulting in the man's car going into the ditch and rescurers are alleged to have found about fif- teen quarts of pre-Volstead goods stored in that vehicle^ The Anderson car was a Buick se- dan going toward Anderson. It suf- fered some damages but the occu- pants were not injured. It was necessary for a wrecker to bring in the other car whiA was a new Ford coupe. The car and con- tents were placed in custody of the sheriff. The driver of 'the car is said to have been A, M. Langley of Fort Worth, an oil man, who was en. route from Houston to Fort Worth, having gone by Anderson. He was not in- jured. Officials filed a compl...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 1929

TBI, KADISONT1LLJK UlETEOR, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1929. - ' ' h • a *1 *8B :M 1 v*j DAIRY HERD MANAGEMENT AND IMPROVEMENT (By County A?ent W. H. DuPuy) Before herd improvement can begin on any farm, there must be an in- crease in feed stuffs to improve the animals with. FOR Milking high priced cows—fed high priced feeds will net a small profit. Milking cheap cows, fed high priced feeds, spells LOSS. But milking cheap-good cows, that one has raised or bred up, and feeding them cheap feed, that are good and produced on the farm, will always make their owners a nice profit over the feed bill. So my first step in herd improve ment would consist of a permanent pasture. And the best place to start it is clearing out that creek bottom, aetting out Bermuda Grass, and the following September sowing it in Burr Clover. The Burr Clover comes on at about the time that the Bermuda dies down, and laBts all the winter and dies down at the time that the Ber- muda starts growing in the spring. The Bur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 1929

'iHE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1929. Improved Uniform International Sunday School * Lesson' (By REV. R B. FXTZWATER, D.D . Dean Moody BIMe Institute of ("hlcairo ) (ffl. 1929. Western New.pawr Pnion.) Lesson for October 6 RECOGNIZING OUR OTHERS DEBTS TO TEXT—Look not every man nU !h* U.u," thin8a' but every man also on the things of others. LESSON TEXT—Mark 12:28-34- James 2:14-17 ' OtherlilARY TOPIC—Helping One An- oth^rN1°K TOPIC Helping One An- T_ 1NTEKMEU1ATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC-What Do We Owe to othnrs? t/> PEOPL^ AND ADULT TOP- IC Fulfilling Our Obligation to Others. The suin total of human duty as set forth by Christ in Matthew '22:34- 40 is love to God and one's neighbor. This oniprehends every conceivable relationship and responsibility of life. Tile measure of love to God is the whole capacity of man to love. The measure of love to one's neighbor is one's love for himself. I. Loving God (Mark 12 Man's tirsi duty is to God. The word which sums up his duty ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 3 October 1929

IK,' o THE MADISONVILLE METEv*«. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1929. SPECIALS — FOR — Saturday, Oct. 5, and Wednesday, Oct. 9. We have the best prices in town every day except the R .B. System Specials on Saturdays and Wednesdays. BANANAS Per dozen 19c ORANGES Per Dozen *. . . 13c PEACHES Per dozen 20c ONIONS Per pound 4c GRAPES 2 Pounds for 15c We buy for less and we sell for less. FLOUR 48 lb. Take Me, extra high pat. $1.59 LARD 8 pound pail, fresh $1.14 SYRUP Pure Ribbon Cane, per gal.... 69c POTATOES 10 lbs. Fancy Colorado . 34c COFFEE Gold Medal, 3-lb. can $1.29 CORN No. 2, per can 10c PEAS No. 2 can, Wisconsin No. 4, 2 for25c PICKLES Sour, quart full packs 22c We give profit sharing coupons PICKLES Wilson's Fancy Luncheon. . 20c PRIZES AND AWARDS AT THE COUNTY FAIR We pay you more for chickens and eggs and sell you the highest grade of merch- andise for less. SALT BACON Small sides, best quality, fresh stock, per pound.... 14c BACON Fancy breakfast, per lb 31c CHEESE Wisconsin, No. 1, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

NUMBER TWENTY-NINE MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1929. rHIRTY-SIXTH YEAR Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment Madiaonvi'le— Where the East Begins Contentment 100-F00T RIGHT OF WAY APPEARS ASSURED RY LAND OWNERS ON HIGHWAY 21 Committee Is Now at Work to See All Parties Who Own Property on the Road and Get Them to Sign Up For Extension In Width as Required by State So Far No Obstruction Has Been Encountered In Widen- ing the Highway to 100 Feet CLUB WILL mO HIGH SCHOOL BOY ID EIBL WHO MINJIGH AVERAGE Meeting of Rotarians Was One of Inspiration and Enthusiasm For Interests of Madisonville A meeting was called at the court house Saturday afternoon by County Judge W. L. Robinsor for the pur- pose of securing an additional ten feet on each side of Highway 21 through Madison cc-'v. A number of citizens came togei;. r for the ur- pose of discussing the matter and practically all who were present signed up for addition: 1 right of way. This was in resp >nse ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

WW' E* ■ ■ tHE MADI80NVILLE METEOR, THUR8PAY. OCTOBER 10, 1929. i m WYNNE FARM SITE IS GIVEN ENDORSEMENT Huntsville, Texas.—Mrs. Ann Standley, secretary of the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce, has been notified that the Groveton and San Jacinto County chambers of com- merce had unanimously adopted reso- lutions favoring the Wynne prison farm as the location for a central- ized rison system. FARM WASTE NOW BEING REDUCED BY SCIENTISTS While many useful products are now made from former farm waste such as straw, cornstalks, cotton seed, and so on, there is still a wid< field for further utilization of such materials which is being explored by scientists. It is well known that the by- products of many industrial opera tions practically represent the prifits of the plants. Whenever scienve en- ables the farmer to convert his wastr material to profitable use the agri- cultural situation will doubtless be improved. In seeking means for doing this the Department of Agriculture is employin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1929. Do You Believe In Philanthropy? Suppose you lived away off from Madisonville and your heart longed for a ccffciy 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. Spread Joy and Delight to Those Away From Home. MANY SUPERST1TUTI0NS ARE GRADUALLY PASSING ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

iMii£iii*w . K THE iffADISONVILt£ METEO^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19 . m "§ .-if ' f •• if. W!t *•', $ i/ . ' ' , Hu Stop--Look--Listen We have installed a complete Battery Charging Outfit With good supply of rent Batteries Try us when you want your work done right Let Wash and Polish Your Car. You will be a permanent customer if you give us the first chance. MAKE US PROVE IT Ever-Ready Filling Station CONVICT KILLED AT FERGUSON j WYNNE FARM SITE STATE FARM LAST SATURDAY: IS GIVEN ENDORSEMENT 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 $1.60 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...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

THfj KAMSONTILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1929. MADISON COUNTY EARM NEWS by B, F. Vance, County Agent Letter of Introduction It is a pleasure to me to be living in Madisonville. You seem to have a fine spirit of co-operation here. The splendid success of the recent fair makes one believe that the citizens of this town and county are wide- awake when it comes to progressive- ness in agriculture. The well bred cattle and poultry exhibited at the fair would lead one to believe that some here realize the value of good breeding. The many prizes offered by the chamber of commerce ex- plains very clearly that the business men of this city are conscious of the fact that progressive and diversified farming pays. I appreciate all this splendid work here and wish to state that I am ; here to help continue the good work.! I am at you service any time you; need me. Don't hesitate to call on me when I can serve you. I shall be in the office e%'ery Sat- urday. During the other five days of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

''WnpMMMC** twentieth century may be called the fad age ■ :;.h TMli KaDISONVILLH HIETEOR. THURSDAY, OCTOBtsft 10, 1929. The next time you visit a metro- politan art museum, go to the exhibit of modern paintings Your eyes will be regaled with a riot of color that resembles nothing nearer reality than Mark Twain's "tortorshell cat throw- ing a fit in a platter of tomatoes. The desperate attempt of some moderns to escape all convention and tradition leads to idiotic excesses in painting, sculptoring, in music, and in the science as well. As a result we have pictures that present the world through the eyes of delirium music that assails the ear with a harsh jumble sound and fury, and sculptoring that resemble hideous masks used in primitive rites. In ■ports we have flagpole sitters and marathon dancers. In literature we have poetry without form, rythm, or meaning. In religion we have count- less cults advancing words that even the promoters do not understand. An age of fadism, this apea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

* I. THE KIADISOtfVILLE METEO^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1929. Improved Uniform International SimdaySchooS T LessonT (By REV. P ti. F1TZWATER D.D.. Dtan Moody Klble Institute of Chtrnj-o.) (©, 1929 Westorn Wwapaper Union. > Lesson for November 10 WORLD PEACE THROUGH MU TUAL UNDERSTANDING 1J3SSON TEXT—Isa. 2:2-4; 11:6-10. 19:23-25; Acts 17:22-28; John 4:20,21. GOLDEN TEXT—They shall not hurl nor destroy In all my holy mountain, for the earth shall be full of the know!- edge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea. PR1MAKY TOPIC—Friends the World Around. JUNIOR 1'OPIC—Friends the World Around INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Working for World Peace. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Our Share In Promoting Interna tlonal Understanding. The lesson title Is somewhat mis leading. It Is not world peace through mutual understanding, hut through the actual coming of Jesus Christ, tIx- Messiah, and the establishment of His kingdom on the earth. I. Messiah's Kingdom Established (lsa. 2:2-4). By "mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 10 October 1929

THE MADUOmriLLB MBTB«m. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1 S . Wm m SPECIALS FOR Saturday, Oct. 12, and Wednesday, Oct. 16. BANANAS Per dozen 15c ORANGES Per dozen 15c APPLES Per dozen 15c CABBAGE Per pound 05c GRAPES 3 pounds for 25c SUGAR 10 Pounds (Limited 10 lbs.) 55c SOAP White Laundry, 10 bars for. . . 33c SALMON Mackerel Style, 6 for 69c MEAL Fresh, just unloaded, 24-lbs. . .63c Before you sell your produce or buy your groceries, get our prices on each. We make and save you money on both. COFFEE 100 Per cent pure, 4 pounds for 90c BACON Smoked, per pound 19c CRACKERS Large Premium, 15c seller 10c We don't meet prices—we made them. We have the best prices in town every day except our R. B. System Specials on Saturdays and Wednesdays. CRISCO 6-lb. size $125 3-pound size 63c SPINACH 2 Cans for 25c POTTED MEAT 3 for 10c REMEMBER: We give William Rogers Silverwear Coupons with each purchase. SARDINES 6 for 25c ASPARAGUS Fancy, 1-lb. size 19c LAYING MASH Per 100 pounds. . . $3.00 ROY O. PARTE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville Aleteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment And Commonwealth rHIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1929. NUMBER THIRTY HLLOWHOLE SCHOOL OPENS ' WITH BIG ENROLLMENT Monday morning, October 7, the fillowhole High School opened with lie largest enrollment in its history. Much interest was manifested not pnly by having a big enrollment but llso nearly all the patrons of the ehool were present. Many inspir- ng speeches were made by the teach- rs, members of the school board and patrons. The patrons were invited back Fri- day afternoon, October 11, for the purpose of organizing a Parent Teachers Association. After getting {organized plans for improving school anditions were outlined and the P. r. A. decided to start their financial program by having a carnical at the chool house Friday night, October The faculty members are Odell V. iRobinson, Superintendent; Miss Rosa f Belle Floyd, Principal; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

■hi MADISONVILLE METEOR. H I imp Si i; I ■ I - g'; m fe ■ ■jtes. S'l ?W',: fir' ■■■ ife. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1929. LOOK OUT FOR 8EED FRAUDS FOB THE NEXT COTTON CROP T. C. Richardson in Farm and Ranch Nearly every year people are vic- timized by sharpers offering some new and miraculous variety of need. Sometimes it is an evergreen lawn grass, again it is a field crop of some old variety with a new name. A lawn grass that sold at $1.50 a pound was found on analysis to be made up of meadow fescue, rye grass, and redtop, all very common grasses which can be had for a few cents a pound. Before you pay a fancy price ton any new seed of which you have not "heard before, it will pay to do a lit- tle investigating, whether it is offer- ed by salesmen, by advertising, or through a catalog. There have been some exceptional developments in the plant world, and no one should close his mind against new things. But don't pay a high price for them un- less you have some evidence besides the word...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEO _ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1929. r 2 >; t I \ The Harvest of the Year It is at this autumn time of the year that the people of Madison and adjoining counties come to the end of their year's work, and after weighing the harvest they can see what has been accomplished. Not every year is a banner one, and not every year is an adverse year. But every year is an interesting year, a year that helps to build up your community and all the other communities. The harvest this year is the total sum of your preseverance. Perseverance is a creative and constructive element of human efforts and will make you successful and your community successful. We wish to see you keep on being suc- cessful, for you are a unit of power in this great land and we want to see you make Madi- sonville the center for handling your business transactions. What you do and what we do put together will help pull for more success for you and your neighbors. We are proud of your perseverance. It has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

nut MaMSONVILLB METEOR, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1929! The Madi onville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. Entered aa second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, undw 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-°° 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. TWO DEVILS AT LEAST SPEED AND CARELESSNESS An average of 91 persons a day, equivalent to a rate of 33,215 a year were killed in automobile accidents in the United States during the past month, statistics of the National Safety Congress show.—Alice Echo. Think of it—91 persons killed on an average every day during the past month. That means, on the average, almost four Victims every hour—one every f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

TOE .fJADISONVILLE METEOi.. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1929. MODERN WHITE LIGHT I:r 113 a* MVE times as efficient as the best 1 kerosene lamp of the c .dinary I kind. Cost only one-si:: :h of a tent an hour. Simple, safe, sanitary. Operates like old style lamp—noth- ing new to learn. This new improved Aladdin INSTANT-LIGHT JMantleLamp gJveTyou a modern white light from kerosene. Nearest to sunlight of all artificial lights. Saves eyesignt—saves money. Pays for itself in wort time. Now furnished with beautiful hanrf decorated glass and parchment "hades, fiiiiilBT l«y«HllMtMiW«Mr Whit* Light 0*M«aitrat«i Herring-Turner Hardware Co. TEN ACRE OIL TRACT SINKS MYSTERIOUSLY AT SOUR LAKE A portion of the famous Sour Lake oil field is gradually sinking into the earth at an astonishing rate. The sinking of the field was first noticed some few days ago when water appeared in the center of the depression and Stress disappeared. Several small oid tanks toppled over and much other equipment Was lost. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

3£%5g Till, KADISONVILLS METEOR. THURSDAY. OCTOBER IT. 192 . THE RAILROADS ARE DOING DAY AND NIGHT the from and m In one hour the railroads of United States earn $695,037 their transportation operations •pend $503,425 in operating expen £00, In an hour they pay $320,896 in wages and $44,298 in taxes. In an hour 5,872 cars are loaded with freight and 88,635 passengers board trains. In an hour the railroads perform .freight service equivalent to hauling nearly 50 million tons one mile, and passenger service equal to transport ing over 8,500,000 passengers the same distance. Every hour of the day, every day in the year this service is performed the American public can have the necessities and luxuries of life •t its beck and call. Copper from Utah and Nevada, fruit from Cali fornia and Florida, cattle and grain from the prairie states, manufactur- ed products from New England—the railroads carry it all, swiftly, de pendably and at a low cost. American civilization could not exist witho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

THE MADISONVILLE Here's the Key 14 4 to convenience 4 4 4 in a Modern Home Consider the number of times each day that you use electric service. How much time and effort is spent in "plugging in" your electric appliances? If you are obliged to unscrew light bulbs, make use of extension cords or climb up to reach chan- delier sockets, much valuable time and effort is being needlessly squandered. Electric Taps elimi- nate all this fuss and save countless steps. Special Offer 3 Electric Taps installed for only $11.75 this month only. < Terms, $1.20 down, $1.20 a month. G uii states Utilities .Company TRIBUTE TO THE CQW, THE .BEST THING ON THE FARM "The cow is an uncrowned queen j without a scepter, and her kingdom is all the land between the seas. Her motto is service, and she always gives more than she receives* "Her milk is the one perfect food for young and old. "She gives to men, women and children of all races and creeds—is kind to all and favors none above the rest. "The cow is...

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