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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

THE MNEOLA JMRW A "Correct" Likeness of Washington . • f-L t)i; f .V ttH heroic statn# of the commander-in-chief of the first (traits of ths United States was made for the city of Portland, Oregon, though not yet deliv- ered there by the artist The western municipality has loaned it to the Sesqui-Centennlal International Exposition, opening in Philadelphia June 1 end continuing until December 1. to celebrate 160 years of American indepentt* ence. At the foot of the sculpture Is shown Pompeo Coppini, the sculptor. Dr. Henry Waldo Poe, of Portland, declares the face to be the most correct likeness of Washington ever modeled. NOTICE TO PARTIES INDEBTED TO W. D. KITCHENS & SONS The notes and accounts due the firm of W. D. Kitchens & Sons have been turned over to me for collection. Parties know tng themselves to be indebted to said firm will save time by <a&ng on me ami making settle ment. See me at Mineola State Bank. tf. At R. BROWNING Fresh Hostess Cakes, Friday gnd Sat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

• h V "•? 4?V> tee • - ■ \-<SR TiTE v , ,,v.*v«v < «T ' All Stock Damaged by SMOKE AND WATER * will be sold at BIG PRICE REDUCTIONS mjvfpla ;,' f • .. ^ vsnviroR V' Eat Less and Live Longer, Snys Lawyer LYNCH DAVIDSON 2-fr--4P ' : m*,.. < : * We are now moving our Hardware and Furni- ture stock to the corner building formerly occupied by the Busy Bee Cafe, and as soon is stock is moved and straightened up, we will offer the entire stock at big prk^e Auctions. Wait for the sale and save money on your purchases. Many articles of our Hardware and Furniture sttock as good as new, being only slightly damaged by smoke and water. Wait for this Sale and save money. W. C. HEAD W. W. O'Brien. i, V f S* ¥ -■ 'N&v' Watch for further announcement next week ll!l!l!!ll^ %■ An Invitation i . . f We invite you to try our Market and Grocery Service Come-in and inspect the last step in sanitary grocery and market equipment, then, compare the price, enjoy the quality, and note the servi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR iince Recent Reductions of 141.00 to $55.00 on fords :he demand has been much greater. Buy your car now and avoid the usual Fall IP .shortage in Cars and Trucks We tell Parts, Tires and Labor on ti e Monthly In- llment Plan; or pay all this Fall. Let us put the car up in good shape NOW. When You Think of Fords Think of Ir [Watts Motor Co. ERBERT HOOVER TORNS SPADEMAN >la National Guard Company Still Fight- ing Hard at Palacios . i The Mineola National Guard ompany, commanded by Capt. John S. McReynolds, has en- tered upon its second week of intensive training at the Nation al Guard Encampment at Camp Palacios. The end of the first week of training finds the men qf the cainp seasoned soldiers much like old veterans of many wars. The camp had a real test of army life at an early hour Wednesday morning 'when all 'the south east coast country pas drenched.in a down pour of The entire camp area was Jed, tents were blown down, ers were ffeeded which caus- ae men to^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

THE MINBOLA MONITOR To the Democratic Voters of Wood Co. only mentioned this in order that you may see my need of the office. But at the same time vote your sentiment when you go to the polls—this is what I j mean to do. In conclusion I feel that I am On account of my recent ill" ■ess it has been impossible tor ne to "meet all of you in person jdue the voters of Wood county and solicit your support as it an apology to the extent that 7 lad been my intention. In view of the fact I shall discuss a few things through the press in the interest) of my campaign for the office of County Clerk of Wood eounty. I am in this race for the pur- pose of winning just as the other boys are, but in doing this it is any aim to win on my own mer- its and not the demerits of either of my opponents. I did not enter this race to engage in any sort of "mud slinging" cam have not had an opportunity of meeting more of them in person on account of my illness during the past several weeks. How- ever, I am up ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

THE minegla MONITOR Pains disappeared "gEVERAL years ago I was badly run-down," says Mrs. in Bunch, R. F. D. 3, Colum- , S. C. "I could not do any ■ ray work. I was so weak I couldnot wash a dish. My back end sides hurt me at times dreadfully. I dragged around ; until I finally got down in bed." raen, explains Mrs. Bunch, •be happened to read about Cardui, and decided to give it ft thorough trial, the results «f which she describes below: "It seemed to reach the inae of my trouble at once. : I did not take it long before my appetite began to improve. I gained in weight from 114 pounds until now I weigh 126 i powda. I soon was able to w up around the house. I took up my household duties and was flighted with my re- turning strength. /l wfr do all my own work. Ifce pains in my sides and back have disappeared and I foel like a different person." Cardui has been used with Success in cases of weakness for nearly 50 years. Sold by all druggists. ARDU! A Vegetable Tonic ifylfewp GLEANINGS ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

m. NEOLA MONITOR FOLLOWS EMANCIPATOR iiiiiii - :ji < EACH DAY'S DEMAND-- Each day brings with it a growing demand for a bank account. Why not a growing bank account to meet these everyday needs? Money in the bank is the connecting link between man and his opportunity. A growing bank account makes a possibi- lity of every opportunity. It is the only positive unfailing assurance of success. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas I II ■; ;j: iljj ■■ ; . ;|> ' ■■■■ ■ ■'!! 1' -'i1' '!;i?)l'!ll-l'sli''[:jll;.:'■ The City Barber Shop invites your patronage. Mrs. T.J. Morris of Lindale is visiting Mrs. R. T. Bradford : this week.. Men's Ov-'i^ls for $1.25. B L. Chappe'l. Mrs. O.. J. Rogers visiteic her sister in Nacogdoches last week-end. , ! rEDERAU We have got them Yo can have them. L>on't start 01 yaur vacation with- out Good Tires. 8RUNER Let us solve your tire troubles V f Y 7 *1* m f ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ f i V T t T T * T * * ❖ t T T Y T T T ? '4 #!♦ | WHO MURDERED THESE CHILDREN A car...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

$ * '■'* I": 1 - W" ,f m i PUBLISHED IN tiiE JNtEREST OF MINEOLA ANI) WOOD COUN VOLUME 54. Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of it MINEOLA, W$OD COUNTY, TEXAS, — 11); i^i ■ygg#fefeasssss THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1926. NUMBER 23. m ;- *>■ ■ Kt? BE X I *! II j: ,.n Perfection RESULTS IN SWEEPING VICTORY FDR MOODY FESBBSON WITROLDS RESIGNATION n :U The electtc&.pasSed off quiet* race.for the nomination, for the ly in Mineo^no disturbance of office of Governor in the Demo- any kind be&ii^ reported. The cratic primaries. The returns vote polled 'lit the Mineola Box are not yet completed and it is was 812, the total number of not known now, whether a run- not Cost Therefore Should You Specify ! i bollats counted for governor was '757, fifty-five either not voting for any candidate for governor or marking their ballot improp- erly so that it could not be de- termined for whom the ballot J should be counted. In the r^ce ! for district attt^rney 777 ballots were counted,, thirt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

THE MINSOLA MONITOR [The itlin^ola Monitor Publishod Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffiee. Mineola ® zas, as second-class mail matter POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the Democratic Primary August 28, 1926. For Representative: R. M. SMITH. For District Attorney, 7ti; Judi- cial District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer For County Judge: H. V. PUCKETT. i ha Sower 0 FOR SHERIFF: H. C. DOUGLAS. For County Superintendent Public Instruction: O. L. DAVIS, of Golden, D. E. WHITE. This 1b the way the cartoonist visualizes the news that The State Fair of Texas Is offering special premiums totaling 110,000 over a five-year period, for agricultural Improvement in Texas. The premiums will be awarded In a contest between county exhibits, beginning with the fortieth annual State Fair. Oct. 9-24 next., and andlng with the exposition of 1930. WE REPAIR AIL SIZES AND MAKES OF TIRES Let us figure with you on your next order of new tires Why take a ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

■i* . .. THE MINEOLA MONITOR GREAT SESQUI STADIUM OPENED AT PHILADELPHIA Mlii : . '■: '■ iifisK ■ : :;::x.^i wmm mmm;m 536S9E2C23S6!E tKMraBaiMHBn pulls and corn shuckings and [quilting parties, where were amazed at the fun old people could have. : The family is scattered now. Most of us are married with homes and children of our own. But we have the memory of an influence that will follow us throughout our lives and make us better, happier men ciid wo- men.—V. H. M., in The Pro- gressive Farmer The giant arena, in the centre of the Sesqui-Centen- irial International Exposition site in Philadelphia was built in approximately 300 working days. It was com- pleted and in use a month before the opening of the big exposition which celebrates the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This photo- graph, made from the air, shows nearly 3,000 boys on t^ii playing fleld, massed there for the dedicatory exer- Photo by AERO Service Corporation, cises on May 1 whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

THE MINEOLA ■ fHALt or 'a at M. & M. Sales Co. Saturday July 31st One Day Only BIG 98c SALE . ^fcur choice of Gingham Dress- es, value $1.25, $1.50, and $2.00 all sizes only .... 98c iVrXottr choice of 3 yd voile pat- J*t«!rjis 98 c GOLDEN GLEANINGS il we shut out light and joy suiting blue glasses on our .iienia! eyes, we shut out the power of going out of ourselves and seeing whatever is nobie and loving in others. Who can estimate the value of a nature thrt is so sunny it attracts every . Blue Stripe and check cot body and repels nobody. Every •*-jE Pants, $1.50 value ... .98c «Ke llkes to near sunn*v Peo s Silk Hose $1.50 val 98c pie and know them •' Shiits, collar detatched Bro. Adams of Bullard, iex and $2.00 val only ..98c as begin a protracted meeting ' " Boys Union alls, $1.25 val . .98c Sunday at the Church of Christ Mens Blue Overalls, $1.25 val 98 Saturday evening Thurman Ladies Purses, onlv 98c Dowell, Misses Mozel Shire>, Maud Scoggms, Margaret Van- "■TOG 75c SA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

TKL" JtllNEOLA MONITOR THE NEWEST FOROS NOW ON DISPLAY \ Visit our Sales Rooms and See the New 1927 Model FORDS The New Model is Improved in every way, is better, stronger and the service is sure to please you. The new artistic Paint Job is better than ever before Visit us, see the car, get the price and investigate .the terms. Why be without a car when a New Model, modern in every particular, can be secured so easily. When You Think of Fords Think of Watts Motor Co. * To The People of Min- ...... • eola Voting Precinct AMERICAN AGRICULTURE i u w«d c« THE BASIC TROUBLE WITH Band Concert ancl Candidate Rally Many Mythical Causes Given But the Chief Financial Problem Rises From Inflation of Capital Account Based on War Prices—Remedy Pointed Out— "Trick Legislation" Will Not Help. It will be impossible for me to see all of you personally and extend my thanks to you tor j the fine majority given me in ! the primary on last Saturday j so I tvm taking this method of i extending to each of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR & i -f L NEW ORLEANS AND return ROUND .00 TRIP and I VISIT THE CRESENT CITY I SPEND TWO DAYS IN NEW ORLEANS. I See Ball Game—Southern Association Sunday Monday. NEW ORLEANS vs. CHATTANOOGA Visit International Trade Exhibition — Famous Ft -neb Marker and many other interesting sights. SPECIAL TRAIN Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Chair cars and Diner •Lv. Mineola 9:05 p. m. (Sat) Aug. 7th. Ar. New Orleans - — 9:15 a. m. Sunday RETURNING Lv. New Orleans Midnight Aug. 9th. Train open for occupancy 9:30 p. m. Ar. Mineola 11:59 a. m. Aug. 10th. For reservations and full particulars* see W. E. Mor- gan, Ticket Agent., Mineola, Texas. to move out, and that the cow- punchers—self-styled "tumble- weeds" because of the rolling nature of this prairie weed— would have to seek green fields and pastures new. Don Carver was range boss of the Box-K ranch. Ho was The Tumbleweeds Is Select Feature Picture A Story of the opening of the Cherokee Strip in 1S89, from a story by Hal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Bad Color (biliousness) VVXIASIONALLY I am trou- ^ Wed with spells of consti- Son," says Mrs. John L. Pence, way, Va. "I always use ord's Black-Draught when I a spell of this kind coming for it saves me a bad head- My color gets sallow at I get real yellow. 1i "I have found Black-Draught to be Hie inest kind of a remedy far this. I take Black-Draught and make a tea out of it, and take , it, along in small doses for sever-1 •I dayB. I have never found any- thing that served me so welL "Since I have known about1 Hack-Draught, I have not suffer-, !ed nearly so much with head-1 ftche, caused from indigestion. If ] " " * my tongue is coated, and B up with a bad taste in _ mouth, I know I have been r eating Indiscreetly, and I imme- diately resort to Black-Draught' [ to straighten me out." Sold by all druggists. THE SESQUI FROM THE AIR STATE FAIR OF 1926 TO CHRONICLE FORfl YEARS OF PROGRESS Great Educational Institution In- structs in Every Line of Human Endeavor. Bedf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 July 1926

i *' THIS Mr fjA M0VfTOt> Vyf* 9B DEPOSITORS THE Mr. and Mrs. Will Jacksor of the pastor, Rev. H. G. Ryan of Dallas paid Mineola a visit last week. who is on vacation. Ladies silk ro the top Hose for $1.00. B. L. Chappell. Guarantee of Satisfaction The methods and policies of this bank eon- form rigidly to the highest ideals and prin- ciples of modern banking. These principles, combined with a willing- ness to assist every individual customer, is the depositor's guarantee of satisfaction. We invite you—if not already a depositor here— to join our family of satisfied cus- tomers. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas j Mr. and Mrs. Phil Taylor ! and children of Marsrall were S Mineola visitors last Sunday. FOR SALE FOR CASH—One Majestie Radio, complete, $100. j one Auto Trailer, suitable for | melons or cotton, $45; See them fit Frank Lowery's residence, 301 Henry st. 23-2tp sem THE SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM I ♦ Fresh Hostess Cakes. Friday g nd Saturday at W. D. Will* ams Co. Mr. Barney ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

-f V —<..... ' . ' • * ?i.', ■ The Mineola Monitor PliOT rcur^rk TXT rrTTr. mnir.n«im ^ * * PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COl I NTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA. 5V00D COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 5, 1926. =5sr NUMBER 24. R' Br* W. . Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Perfection j Uncle Pat Welsh % I Answers Last Call Cost Therefore Should You Specify THE BLACK BIRD == Last Saturday night at his home in this city, J. M. (Un- cle Pat) Welsh passed away after a brief illness. He was in town Friday and seemed to be about as well as usual. Satur day morning he complained of feeling Sick ajnd remained at home all day, along toward night his condition grew rapidly worse and the end came about 11 o'clock Saturday night. The remains were interred Sunday afternoon in the Concord ceme- tery at Hubbard's Chapel, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. H. B. Pender of Green villle, assisted by Rev. W. R. Phillips of New Hope, both of whom tyere life-long friends of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mmeola Monitor Published Every Thursday n Uic rf. r=. R. H. Carraway. Manager Entered at Post-office. Mineola f«xas. as second_elass mail mattei POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the Democratic Primary August 28, 1926. For Representative: R. M. SMITH, ffor District Attorney, 7tk Judi cial District: - 3 WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer Saved by Sentiment The old Longfellow house, in Pitts- field, Mass., had a narrow escape from destruction lately. The high school commission endeavored to secure pos- session of the land on which the old mansion stands, in which case the structure would have been demolished. The city council refused to adopt the suggestion. The high school com- mission announced, however, that if the house had been demolished it was prepared to salvage the staircase and incorporate it into the new school building on account of the special historic interest surrounding the stair- way. Longfellow wrote many poems dur- ing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR risked lives to aid in research Medical Men Stand High on Roll of Martyrs. Among the great martyr# of the world must be numbered the countless medical men who voluntarily have ac- cepted risks In order to further re- search. Thus, In the early days of the use of the X-rays, before the ex- tent of their tissue-destroying prop- ertied were known, several medical men lost their lives, while others re- ceived severe bnrns which necessitated the amputation of hands and arras, fnsser Harris relates, in the Sclen- * ttfie Monthly. The outstanding medical martyr of microscopy Is the young Dutchman, Jan Van Swammerdam, who worked on the minute structure of the internal organs of Insects so Incessantly for months at a time that not only his eyesight but his general health suf- fered seriously. Having no artificial light capable of being used with the microscope, which Indeed at that date (1000) was but a dissecting lens, he bed to work In the direct sunshjne. Swammerdam di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

.4- '1 •: X M \ N r.Tt]. a m) 1 I J* 4 «b '^ 4 . W VVV VVVVVV%". |SM AL L-POXf ^• 41 ana children left J. II, ' Wren this week for laiss Natnlee Graver has re- turned from Cooper. Texas' An acute infectious and contagious disease. Existed in China many centuries before Christ. It was brought to America by the Spaniards early in the sixteenth century. ^^Vaccination discovered by Jenner in 17%. ^Persons exposed if unprotected by vaccination are usual- "ty attacked. Instances of natural immunity are rare. ^.^fmaU-pax is common at all ages,, but particularity fatal to jS y©4ng children. A child may be born with the rash ■&[ broken out or with scars, provided the mother has the ick or Haemorrhagic Small-pox is particularity fatal, '^ocination affords prottection to the others, even after 1 your family ha^^velbped the disease. Dif ics vary in vii*ulency, some being more fatal Some cases are so mild they are hard to differentiate from chicken-pox. a visit in San Antonio, Houston where ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MUMiOK 'V : IH* THE NEWEST FORDS NOW ON DISPLAY Visit our Sales Rooms and See the Hew 1927 Mel FORDS The New Modei is Improved in every way, is better, stronger and the service is sure to please you. | The new artistic P'aint Job is better than ever before Visit us, see the car, get the price and investigate the terms. ;C~ Why be without a car when a New Model, modern in every particular, can be secured so easily. When You Think of Fords Think of & Watts Motor Co >rgan Daniels Wins M-P. Ry. Essay Prize To Morgan Daniels, . the 13- ir old son of Mr. and Mrs. JrC. Daniels, who reside on (tar route near Mineola, goes e free trip with all expenses paid to th seventeenth annual Farmrs Short Course now in progress, given by H. R. Saf- ford of the Missouri Pacific t Lines for writing the prize wir ning story on " Agricultural Possibilities of Wood County" in which numerous boys and -rv girls participated. Young Dan- iels is now at College , Station attending the short co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR NEW ORLEANS AND RETURN ROUND TRIP 01 VISIT THE CRESENT CITY SPEND TWO DAYS IN NEW ORLEANS. See Ball Game—Southern Association Sunday and Monday. NEW ORLEANS vs. CHATTANOOGA Visit International Trade Exhibition — Famous ¥: rich Market and many other interesting sights. SPECIAL TRAIN Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Chair cars and Diner Lr. Mineola 9:05 p. m. (Sat) Aug. 7th. Ar. New Orleans 9:15 a. m. Sunday RETURNING !.v Lv, New Orleans Mjidnight Aug. 9th. "train open for occupancy 9:30 p. m. Ar. Mineola 11:59 a. m. Aug. 10th. Pretty Legends J old About "Fairy Crosses" "Fairy crosses" are natural crosses formed of iron pyrites, aluminum sili- cate or other minerals and are sup- posed by some people to bring more good luck than the proverbial rabbit's foot. They are found in great abun- dance in certain parts of Virginia, Georgia and other states. The moun- taineers of the Blue Ridge mountains have an Interesting myth as to the origin of these "fairy stones." They sa...

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