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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 11 February 1903

J9* * W V - " - T M* i * j UIJ ineola Daily Argus. VOL. J. MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY Jl, 1903. NO. 12 Special Notice, Ladies! We have on display this week a beau- tiful line of Laces and Embroideries. Our Spring Stock is arriving. It was bought early while we could get the pick of Patterns and Qualities. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A. Mirazesheimer. Our Copy Hooks. In nearly all the stores and offices of the city we have posted a card of in- structions with a copy hook attached thereto, for the purpose of receiving manu- script on which is noted i news items for publication! in The Daily Argus. With j the thoughtful cooperation! of the people in this scheme of news gathering we will be enabled to make The Argus all that could reason- ably be expected of a daily local newspaper. Shall we have your cooperation? Sims & Co. carry a com- plete line of feedstuffs, seed oats, corn, bran, etc. tf. A Heavy Head 6 Is Not Pleasant. It can be relieved by a ...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 11 February 1903

' 1 THE MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Published every Morning except Monday Morning. Office of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, on Broadway. subscription rate. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six months, or $6 a year—cash in- variably in advance. as Second Class Matter. J. K. FOSTER, Publisher. First Practice. The Mineola Brass band, under the leadership of Prof. Ed N. Riley of Greenville, gave its first practice as newly reorganized at Mayor Iluffmaster's office Monday ! night. Several new pieces • as well as old ones were I played in splendid time. It was a very interesting meet- ing and the boys were much encouraged at their pros- pects to make the band Application -made for admission, second to none in this part into the postofiice in Mineola j of the state. Pros. Riley is | agreeably surprised to find I that the band is composed ! of such excellent musical mineola, tex.,'February 11, '03. talent and is confident of developing same to a high Violat...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 11 February 1903

• o. m ( r g0t' '.faHt**►< f T'- HBHBOn EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW —""""'..gaw i IIIII ii——aaaMHH iffHii^ggg Li Spilag aadjSmnjner.Rov{ltics. We wiifshov/ this season the .daintiest of Laces, lovely Em- broideries, -exquisite White#oods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics. The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear, : : : : : I. G. BROMBERG & CO. r n i iii ii iiiihi iii miiMium iimmw in■■iiiniiH hi iini FOR GOOD RESULTS Place Your Ad in THE DAILY ARGUS It Goes Into 300 Homes Daily,:: GIVE IT A TRIAL For Sale, A reasonable amount of space in The Aug us. Ap- ply at office for reasonable rates. Six times a week The Argus will carry your ad. into nearly all the homes in Mineola . and environs. What better advertising medium could you desire? COMPLETE DIRECTORY OF MINEOLA, J, G. LAWLIS, Contractor and Builder, MINEOLA, Texas. jf. d. PEACOCK L0CK GUN and Smith Scientific Repairer of Light M.uhlnery MINEOLA, TEXAS. Cotorcd People's Column, Rev. W. K. Walthall, Reporter...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 11 February 1903

MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY. EARLY IIISTORY OF MINEOLA. The origin of tho D&ma of Mlneola remains an entitled question. It Is said that tho railroad people Intended that the town should l o called Junc- tion City from the simultaneous con- junction of the two railroads hwo, but in 8ouno unknown manner that name was defeated. There is a oommon be- lief among the citizens of the city that the town was named by a Kr. Burnett of Galveston who, as npreaentatife of the Texas Land company, before the founding of the town, purchased for 60 dents an acre the land on which Mlpe- ola Is built, called the place Mlneola fn honor either of hi# llttlo daughter named Minnie or after some other llt- tlo girl or young lady ivy that name. ' Mlneola owes tor existence and datos her origin from the junction of the Texas and Pacific and the Inter- national and Groat Northern railroads, at a point not far from half way be- tween Dallas and Marshall on tho west nnd east and between Tyler and Qrnn- vllle on...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 13 February 1903

' *•* I - ■ >-<,- ;~~v The Mineola Daily Argus" VOL. 1. MINEOLA, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORtfING, FEBRUARY 13, J 903, NO. ) 4 Special Notice, Ladies! We have on display this week a beau- tiful line of Laces and Embroideries. Our Spring Stock is arriving. It was bought early while we could get the pick of Patterns and Qualities. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A. Munzesheimer. Good Eating i9 our specialty. Isn't that what you like? So come in when hun- gry and let us serve you right and to your perfect satisfaction. ROBINS & HENRY, Restaurant and Confectionery. Successors to Z. B. Gilliam. Notice to Subscribers. j Sims & Co. carry a corn- Beginning Tuesday morn-1 plete line of feedstuffs, seed ing, Feb. 13th, all subscrip-{oats, corn, bran, etc. tf. tions will be discontinued which have not been paid for in advp>w -^/pyou appre- ciate" The Argus, you will be f willing to pay for it in ad- vance. If you do not ap- preciate it, we do not want you to have it. Don't w...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 13 February 1903

I ' TT THE . MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Published every Morning except Monday Morning. Office of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, on Broadway. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six months, or $6 a year-cash in- variably in advance. Application made for admission in(o the postoffice in Mineola as Second Class Matter. J. K. FOSTER, Publisher. Suggestion to the People of Mineola. What do the business men of Mineola think of organiz- ing for the purpose of put- ting the advantages of Min- gan jias eola and surrounding coun- j splendid LOCAL NEWS MINEOLA, TEX., FEBRUARY 13, '03. try before the people who do not know us? Mineola's re- cord for health cannot be beaten by any place in Tex- as, her school is the pride of this section, her stores are giving as big (and even bigger) values for ev£ry dol- lar spent with them as the stores of any town in the state. As a market in which to sell the varied product of the farm, Mineola is admit- te...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 13 February 1903

a ' . - ✓ >• ■> L < V 4 / «* EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW TT^wggagagggggBgaa In Spring andJSummerNovelties. We will show this season the'.daintiest of Laces, lovely Em- broideries, exquisite White'Goods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics* The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear. : : : : : L G. BROMBERG & CO. FOR GOOD RESULTS > Place Your Ad in THE DAILY ARGUS It Goes Into 300 Homes Daily.:: GIVE IT A TRIAL Cotored People's Column. Rev. W. K. Walthall. Reporter, who Is also agent for The Argus among the col- orod people. Do you want to know what is taking place every day in Mineola and Wood county? If so, subscribe for The Argus. Do you know that in three days time all of the best colored people in Mineola will have The Daily Argus on their tables every morn- ing by 9 o'clock. J. W. Long, B. S., M. D., of Pittsburg, is in Mineola. He is one of the best colored physicians in east Texas, and we would be glad to have him residejigrs.- -~Kev7j. D. Swansy o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 13 February 1903

MINEOLA AND ' locatcif. arm totaling the railroad* to the place about two months. Sam A. jJo.«>|ih a saloon, at the nut cornor of Front and Johnson atn>« i«. now atanda on the lot whore Mr. Graham cstablisb- I ed hia business. At thia time the alto of the future UfAATV rATTHTTV c,,y °' Mlneola wa* * perfect wilder- W(H)I) I I II ll\ I Y ioeaa. with very few farms or settle- " vvl/ VA/v/A 1 * A • mcnta within a radius of ten or fifteen mile*. Wild animala roamed at will over the forests and game of all klnda was plentiful. Deer were numerous and venison a common article on the bill of fare. In a short time, however, the town became the temporary abid- ing place of a great many people, con EARLY HISTORY OF MINBOLA. The origin of the name of lllneola remain* an unsettled Question. It isj said that the rallruad people intended that the town should be called Junc- tion City from the simultaneous con- Junction of the two railroads here, but In some unknown manner that name was defea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 15 February 1903

* f *fcs The Mineola VOL. U MINEOLA, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1903. NO. 16 Special Notice, Ladies! We have on display this week a beau- tiful line of Laces and Embroideries. Our Spring Stock is arriving. It was bought early while we could get the pick of Patterns and Qualities. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A. Mtuizesheimer. LOCAL OPTION FOR WOOD COUNTY. Reasons for Espousing Local Option and for; Opposing the Saloon, Notice to Subscribers. Beginning Tuesday morn- ing, Feb. 13th, all subscrip- tions will be discontinued which have not been paid for in advance. If you appre- ciate The Argus, you will be willing to pay for it in ad- vance. If you do not ap- preciate it, we do not want you to have it. Don't wait for us to ask you for the subscription money, bnt hand it to us when you see us on! the street. W e have reduced the monthly subscription price from 60 cents to 50 cents, v/hich will be made to ap- ply to all past payments as wall as future Ones.v Tne' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 15 February 1903

•iv ft ). ;? ' THE MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Published every Morning except Monday Morning. O.T;co of Publication: Upstairs, ( in the Colloway Brick, on IJroadway. Wants The. Argus. j LOCAL NEWS W. W. White and brother, Supt. Jerry Tucker of the1 The Costume Party. Canton, Tex., Feb. 7.' - J. B. White, residing north Smith Co. farm, located' As was promised in yes- J. K. Foster, Mineola, Tex. Of Mineola and Surrounding of Quitman, were in Mineola, about 5 miles this side ofjterday's ARGUS, below ap- in (pears an account of the Cos- Friend "Kearb:" Please send me your pa- Country. yesterday. The former gen- Lindale, had business Rev. A. A. Duncan didn't tleman, with his family and' Mineola yesterday. tume party given Friday per, The Argus. I want it. g0 to Quitman yesterday on Morgan and Oscar McCar^ capt. w-, c. Cherry return- i evening by Miss Norma Sims i' j.r three months, $3.00 for six ninths, or $6 a year—cash in- 1v a ei ably in advance. . I am well pleased with the 2 account of be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 15 February 1903

- > - r A: EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW In Spring and£Summer Novelties. We wiiljshow this season the; daintiest of Laces/ lovely Em- broideries, exquisite White^Goods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics* The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear. : : : : : L G. BROMBERG & CO. ±1 A Katy Mishap. Last Thursday the local on the Katy had .the misfor- tune to get a car wrecked at the second bridge east of town. The wreck was caus- ed by a pair of trucks work- ing loose and getting them- selves cross ways of pro- gress. Quite a number of passengers were in the ca- boose and received- a severe shaking but none were in- jured. The track was torn and damaged for a short dis- tance but not serious. A section of men were quickly summoned and the unfor- tunate car was turned over off of the dump to keep from delaying the passenger train and in a short time the track was clear. The local and crew, delayed only a short time, were permitted to re- sume their run, and the pas- se...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 15 February 1903

MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY. J. A. Calloway came to Mlneola In 11881 and engaged In the mercantile bualneu, organizing the firm of J. J±. Callow-ay & Co. Four years ago he located, even beating the railroads to pot railroad crossing, came to Mineola the place about' two months. Sam A. ,iu 187J. Joseph's saloon, at the east corner of J. R. Turman, agent of the Dallas Front and Johnson street*, now i:tands News iu Mint-ola, came here in 1873, on the lot where Mr. Graham establish- j before the founding of the town. ed his business. | W. S. Henry, now engaged in farm-; Texa3, where he Is now engaged in At this time Jlie site of the future '*"8 the edge of Minepla, came here city of Mineola was a perfect wilder- with L. R. Graham in 1873 left Mineola and went to Big Springs, tho stock business. His son, L. D. EARLY HISTORY OF MINEOLA. ness, with very few farms or settle- ments within a radius of ten or fifteen miles. Wild animals roamed at wllljjp' over the forests and game of all kinds...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 17 February 1903

The Mineola Daily Argus. VOL. U MINEOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY J 7, 1903. NO. 17 Special Notice, Ladies! $ We have on display this week a beau- tiful line of Laces and Embroideries. Our Spring Stock is arriving. It was bought early while we could get the pick of Patterns and Qualities. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A. Munzesheimer. Notice to Subscribers. Sims & Co. carry a corn- Beginning Tuesday morn- plete line of feedstuffs, seed ing, Feb. 13th, all subscrip- oats, corn, bran, etc. tions will be discontinued tf. City Restaurant makes a specialty of serving-appetizing hot and cold lunches. So come in when hun- gry and let us serve you right and to your perfect satisfaction. Restaurant and Confectionery, ■ Successors to Z. B. Gilliam.' which have not been paid for in advance. If you appre- ciate The Argus, you will be willing to pay for it in ad- vance. If you do not ap- preciate it, we do not want you to have it. Don't wait for us to ask you for the su...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 17 February 1903

>"4 f . t ' >/' THE 1VIINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. l'ublishod every Morning except Monday Morning. Office of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, on Broadway. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six jnonths, or $6 a yeai cash in- variably in advance. Application made for admission into the postoffice in Mineola as Second Class Matter. J. K. FOSTER, Publisher. MINEOLA, TEX., FEBRUARY 17, '03. Announcements. f'n v election, Tuesday, April 7, 1903. I or Mayor: J, W. McMURRY (■ h: huffmaster t* >r Alderman, Smith Ward. Never before was there such an awakening among the farmers as is going on right at the present Writing. They are agitating questions that are bound to do them good. By all means the streets of Mineola should be posted as named on every corner. Cannot the city council have it done? It would be a great convenience in many ways. The Troupe Banner en- larged to 7-column size and is greatly improved in var- ious ways. The Ban...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 17 February 1903

• ..I aria EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW In Spring and^Summer Novelties. We wiil show this season the daintiest of Laces, lovely Em- broideries, exquisite White Goods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics. The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear. : : : : ; L G. BROMBERG & CO. FOR GOOD RESULTS Cotc"'£d Pc°P'C'S Column- COMPLETE DIRECTOR y OF MINEOLA, Place Your Ad in Rev. W. K. Walthall, Reporter, who is also agent for Thk Alters umoiw the col- ored people. THE World's Fair. It is contended by many of the best legal minds of Texas that the Legislature has the constitutional right to make an appropriation for the purpose of making a proper exhibit at the forth- coming World's Fair at St. Louis. If so, we favor a liberal appropriation for that purpose. Texas could make an exhibit exceeding in variety and value any five states in the Union. It will be a measley shame if our state should fail to show up on that occasion in a style commensurate with her greatness and abili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 17 February 1903

■ cM- S i i i MINEOLA located, eyen beating the railroad* to pot railroad crossing, cane to Mineola J. A. Culloway came to Mlneola In j the early bUtoiy of the town. They the place about two montha. Barn A. In 187 . '1881 aud engaged in the mercantile left Mineola in the latter part of the Joseph's saloon, at the east corner of1 J. R. Turman, agent of the Dallas business, organising the firm of J. A. 170s, and both are now dead, the former Front and Johnson streets, now standi. News in Mineola. came here In JB73, Calloway ft Co. Fcur years ago he dying in Winsboro about 19 years ago AND WOOD COUNTY. EARLY HISTORY OF MINEOLA. ; on the lot where Mr. Oraham establish- ed his business. At this time the site of the future before the founding of the town. / left Mineola and went to Big Springs, and the latter in Hlllsboro about five W. S. Henry, now engaged la arm- ■ Texas, where he Is now engaged in years since. Mrs. A. Munzeshelmer _ Ing In the edge of Mineola, came here the stock busin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 18 February 1903

i ii —- TTrtmri"- _ i | ■ ■ ™ I 1 m x*. ■ * ..... .«* ■* kv-i. ,,rjpx i \ Jb* ^ Mineola Daily Argus. VOL, 1* MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORI^NG, FEBRUARY 18, 1903. NO. J§ Special Notice, Ladies! We have on display this week a beau- tiful line of Laces and Embroideries. . Our Spring Stock is arriving. It was bought early while we could get the pick of Patterns and Qualities. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A. Munzesheimer. MICHAEL vs. LUCIFER. by h. c. geddie. City Restaurant makes a specialty of serving appetizing hot and cold lunches. So come in when hun- . gry and let us serve you right and to your perfect satisfaction. ROBINS & HENRY, Restaurant and Confectionery, Successors to Z. B. Gilliam. Notice to Subscribers. Sims & Co. carry a corn- Beginning Tuesday morn- j plete line of feedstuffs, seed ing, Feb. 13th, all subscrip-: oats, corn, bran, etc. tf. tions will be discontinued which have not been paid for in advance. If you appre- ciate The Argus, you will be...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 18 February 1903

/ THE MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Raise More Poultry* The scarcity of- chickens Caught Train on Foot. Passenger train No. 2, LOCAL NEWS Griffin little son, Irving, Jr., ife and left Published every Morning except . Monday Morning. Office of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, , ,, on Broadway. and turkeys this fall should east-bound, which stops in Of Mineola and Surrounding yesterday afternoon for Gal- convince farmers that it will Mineola 20 minutes for din-1 Country. veston to attend the wed- pay to raise poultry. The SUBSCRIPTION RATE. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six months, or $0 a year—cash in- variably in advance. Application made for admission into the postoffice in Mineola as Second Class Matter. that be as it may, the fact remains that supineness does not pay and effort is neces- sary to success. A persimmon falls, it is J pay to raise poultry. The ner every day, started away j Dr. Jeff Conger of Quit- j *n ^at tomorrow true, but more ofte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 18 February 1903

Ill •% i i * - ^ «v d rt [- EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW In Spring and;Sumrner Novelties. We witf show this season the daintiest of Laces, lovely Em- broideries, exquisite White' Goods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics. The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear, j : : : : I. G. BROMBERG & CO. FOR GOOD RESULTS Place Your Ad in New Instruments Received. COMPLETE DIRECTORY OF MiNEOLA,, Messrs. John Newsom, A. B. lerry and Dr. S.Cloud.Representing All the Businesses, Pro- THE It Goes Into 300 Homes Daily.:: Noble, of the Mineola Brass | band, have received the new n att v a or TTC instruments which they or- is AIL Y AKvjUj tiered. They consist of a slide trombone, Euphonium and a melophone. They are | very fine instruments, thoro- I ly tested and will no doubt prove alright. The boys continue to im- prove in their playing and declare they will give Mine GIVE IT A TRIAL Ropt. Kelley of Munroe,1 , K - i i •*" „ !'o!a the best band the city Woriel's Fair. Goc*l Road Bill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 18 February 1903

..-.•v.* MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY. EARI.Y HISTORY OP MINEOLA. Tho origin of the name of MlneoU remains an unsettled question. It U said that the railroad people intended that the town should lx> called Junc- tion Cltv from the simultaneous con- Junction of the two railroads here, but in some unknown manner that name was defeated. There U a ^ lief among the citrons of the .pityttaj , the town was named by a Mr. Burnett of Galveston who. as representative of tho Texas Land company. before the founding of the town, purchased for 60 an n.ero the land on \>huh Mint „ln is' built, called the place Mlneola S honor ^ther of his little daughter named Minnie or after some other lit- S Birl or young lady by that name Mlneola owes her existence and dates her origin from ihe jupotion if r;rr;r.i3ls «as consummated in June 1* « . - " .-olds one building westward and the^other to the north, grew closer an^ r to the verging point. the bulla *g of them became more and more interesting, as bo«h ...

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