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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR (Sunfylfere Myrtle, and Horace Brown, I were Dallas visitors Thursday ! while there ate lunche in a Cafe : and had ptomaine poisc/i caus- t ed by something they ate while GOLDEN GLEANINGS'there- Thestc ™e ",:lf Y" * serlous by the skill of a < i • doctor they were treated at If we expand our interests,' once ana cared for until they •fempty out the anxieties, laugh were ^\e to come home Satur- with thP sunshine and form the day. They are improving. and sick Mrs. Hester Wilbanks little daughter are very with continued fever. Grandma Newman has very ill this week. In fact sev- list this been Bro. Adam's meeting closed Sunday night. habit of good cheer, we will have a dividend that pays larg- er than any other investment. Its worth a tria-1 at least. Put away out of our heart and mind Ri7.rm!ir,ij£ and complaints, by crai are on the sick so Idoing, we will destroy the Week. soil error thieves Enchant our blessings instead of the non- blessings and the good things...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 August 1926

A r*6-' m ;V-^, THE OLA MONITOR '.s! THE DEPOSITORS 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 i-v:* \t: Try ouijTce' Cotd^Watermelons They are fine. Mallory Bros. Mrs., J. T. \Robinson is a jguest of her parents this week. Ladies silk to the top Ilose :for $1.00. B. t. Chappell. Mr. S. N. Chsiipman was a Dallas visitor last Tuesday. Fresh Hostess Cakes, Friday and Saturday at W. D. Will- jms Co. Allen Bowdoin is spending his vacation in South Texac. Watermelons, they are nice and cold. Phone us your order. Mallory Bros. Mrs. J. B. Cowan and little son of Terrell are guests of Mrs C. A. Reitch. Investigate our Bargain Pric- es on Grani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

f & w* " \ fi >"• tt't* r f'r i t ***• 1 fl 4 y ;J5- || - \.. The Miiieola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. 3L MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1926. NUMBER 25. Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat Plore of It Perfection fi Cost Therefore Should You Specify Mineola Compress v District Union j The Mineola Compress Dis- trict Union met in its second an nual convention Thursday night I August 5th, at Now Hope. The | District Union is composed of | Farm Labor Union locals of the I Southern half of Wood county 1 and the Northern part of Smith j county. | The district contemplates ; handling the memberships a ad | farmers cotton in the same suc- cessful manner as last year. Having obtained the services of last year very efficient grader- salesman, Mr. W. A. Shurley, of Crow. Mr. Shurley handled nearly a half million dollars worth of cotton last year in a highly sat- isfactory manner. Ocher officers of the Compress District Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Publishsd Every Thursday R. H. Carrawav, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Mineols f#xas, as second-class mail mattei POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the Democratic Primary August 28, 1926. For Representative: R. M. SMITH. For District Attorney, 7tfe 3odi cia! District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmei For County Judge: H. V. PUCKETT. FOR SHERIFF: H. C. DOUGLAS. For County Superintendent Public Instruction: 0. L. DAVIS, of Golden. D. E. WHITE. For Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZIEGLER. C. L. (Chas.) WOOD. For Tax Collector: ERNEST J. McCRARY. Re Election. For County Clerk: GEO. T. SHAW. ARLON BOYD. For District Clerk: V. B. (VIRGIL) SHAW. A. B. (Bernard) MOODY. For Justice of the Peace: J. F. FRENCH. For County Commissioner: J. C. PARK, For Re-Election. For Public Weigher: H. T. JONES. For Constable: JOHN MOLANARI. E. M. HORTON. To The Voters Of Wood County X want to thank each person who gave me their support in last Sat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

THE MINEQLA MONITOR Nosey Neighbors One of Life's Real Peeves There are two binds of neighbors, food ones and nosey ones. The nosey ones almost Invariably mean well. They function as they dp because they were born with a mania for attend- ing to other people's affairs. One of these will knock at your door in the early morning and say, "We have a man mowing our lawn and 1 noticed yours needs it and thought maybe you'd like to hire him while he's here." Another will hear the crash of glass when you drop a pitcher and appear breathless at the door to ask what has happened. Another will come because she smells something burning; an- other to tell you your gardener is loafing or your right rear tire is flat. Minding other people's affairs af- fords their chief joy in life; and the pore they meddle the more virtuous and useful they feel. There was a time when distance and the difficulty of communication limited the number of meddlers who could tor- ment any given neighborhood. The pests b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

Sif THE M&EOLA MO I.AWRE NCE WTLCOX The friends of Miss Ruby Mae Wilcox were very xmi'rh suipi'sed when they learned of her marriage last Saturday to Mr. Ed. R. Lawrence of Arling- ton. Miss Ruby Mae is the daught er of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and a student in the Mineola High School. She was a beauti- ful young lady and has many friends among her associates. Mr. Lawrence is a prosperous young man of Arlington and has made many friends in Mineola on his visits here. The best wishes of a host of friends will follow these young J people on their matrimonial journey. Exact Time of Dawn Important in East BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Earliest -careful studies of twilight duration were made by the Arabian astronomers, ar.d there was a special reason. The Moslem religion pre- scribes daybreak—the beginning of dawn, or morning twilight—as one of the live daily hours of prayer. Moreover, during one month in the year a strict fast is observed from this time to sunset, says Nature Mag- azine of Wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

m THE NOW ON DISPLAY Greek Sphinx Unlike Ideas of Egyptians The Greek sphinx was not. a monu- ment, like the surviving sphinxes '.f Egypt. .She was a creature of Greek THE MINEQLA MON1TOP " Evert Busy Ben Likes ■% His Periods of Rest Pees like to'(pole art! ' ? th* day time, and they do it unmo- lested, according to Prof. Karl von m. Visit our Sales Rooms and See the 1927 Mel 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. Sun Stops Baldness Physicians and hair specialists are advocating going bare-headed, Sere climatic conditions permit, as a Bventive of baldness. One of the ltributing causes of loss of hair is too-tight head covering. The dis- Urding of the hat or c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

.i*- ■ *. THE MINEOLA MONITOF nomicaf Transportation il! HEVROLET ff° let j Hew low Prices f^onlmek^ MfedtO reduced to >is o; ty)fahJlint,Michigan I •Chevrolet trucks have won worldwide accept' as&co on the basis of low Srst cost, low operating cost and slow depreciation, -pi • « | * rus spectacularly grow- ls popularity has made necessary a greatly in- creased production — the economies of which are now being passed on to Chevrolet truck buyers in the form of a drastic price reduction. A. W. FULCHER & CO. DEALERS JPlione No. 120 Mineola, Texas Worlds Lowest Priced Gearshift Truck - Roderick tract; and at the S. E. Corner of the 25 acre tract belonging to Louvenia Jones: Thence W. 600 vrs. to the N. E. Corner of a 10 acre tract be- longing to Orr; Thence S. with Orr's E. B. Line to the S. B. Line of the J. E. White survey: Thence E. 600 vrs. to the S. W Corner of said Roderick Tract; Thence North to the place of be- ginning; and also South Vfc of Lots Nos. 2 and 3 in Bloc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR for Economical Transportation CHEVROLET ii ist Park and spread their lunch j together making the "Real East Texas Feast" After dinner we gathered at the pool of Mr. j Maclins and witnessed a bap- j tising. There were four immers' ed after all it was considered a glorious day long to be remem- bered. "Thank Cod for His won derful grace." HAINESVILLE NEWS Chevrolet in Chevrolet History Multiple-CylinderPerfhrmai Chevrolet Economy ance !*-- at these 'Prices! ler $ L-. i 7m H To.« Tnidk IO WW Z^assis Oi*v J { & ■Itiai *495 AQ ii h CcK. with CI A single ride will tell you why today's Chevrolet is sending Chevrolet popular- ity to new and spectacular heights! Into the field of low-priced cars it brings exactly the slow-speed smoothness, exactly the vel- vet acceleration, exactly the freedom from high-speed vibration that have been the paramount reasons for buy- ing multiple-cylinder cars. Iitvagirre loafing up a hill in a loaded car—with the motor turning so easily...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR K ill DEPOSITORS Guarantee of Satisfaction The methods and policies of this bank con- 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. Wq invite you—if not already a depositor here— to join our family of satisfied cus- tomers. MMEOIA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Mr. Lorane Neyland has re turned from a visit with friends in Strawft. Don't1 forget the Silver Tea at Mrs. Tharp's Tuesday, Aug. 17. Miss Gertrude Stanley of Post City, spent Sunday with Abilene Huff. Watermelons, they are nice and cold. Phone us your order. Mallory Bros. Edwin Whitten visited with friends and relatives in Talco a few days of last week. Rev. Richardson Christian pulpit at Sunday evening. filled the Winnsboro Mrs. Lody Logan of Dallas visited with her parents here last week. Mr. W. M. Jones was a busi ness visitor in Dallas a few days of thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

> The Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 34. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 19, 1926. NUMBER 26. Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Perfection Felix Norton not Cost Therefore Should You Specify Badly Injured Lee Normous Boozer Fatally Injured Felix Norton was very ser* Lee Normous Boozer died at iously injured at the Box Fac-jhis home late Saturday after- tory last Friday evening-. In noon from the result of injuries some manner a part of the ma i received in an automobile wreck' chinery broke allowing a big; which occured the day before, pulley which weighed something j The car was in some manner near 600 pounds to fall and ^ completely overturned and thi roll over the lower limbs of the j occupants pinned underneath. boy who had been previouslyj The other people in the car knocked down by a Dig belt. j were Jewel Boozer, Miss Jennie His left leg was broken and j BXzer and Mrs. Mattie Welch badly mashed. Immediate ar- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Mineola f*xas, as second-class mail matter, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS At Saturday's primary four!recent months the Oise-Aisne, Subject to the Democratic Primary August 28, 1926. For Representative: R. M. SMITH. For District Attorney, 7th Judi- cial District: • WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. For County Judge: H, V. PUCKETT. f*OR SHERIFF: H. C. DOUGLAS. For County Superintendent Public Instruction: O. L. DAVIS, of Golden. D. E. WHITE. For Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZIEGLEIt. C. L. (Chas.) WOOD. For Tax Collector: ERNEST J. McCRARY. Election. For County Clerk: GEO. T. SHAW. ARLON BOYD. For District Clerk: V. B. (VIRGIL) SHAW. A. B. (Bernard) MOODY. For Justice of the Peace: J. F. FRENCH. For County Commissioner: J. C. PARK, For Re-Election, For Public Weigher: R. T. JONES. For Constable: JOHN MOLANARI. E. M. HORTON. Florence Withdraws From Dist. Atty's Race Meuse-Argonne and S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Jbr Economical Transportation CHEVROLET I ew Smoothness—New Features—New Colors Chevrolet again electrifies the woiU by increasing Chevrolet Values/ — at these Law Prices' 510 &£'!GS§ IburDoor $ Sedan** Landau $ HTon Truck m Charts Osh 3 1 Ton Truck Chassis Only ~ S^s ^ AM priccs f. o. b. Mich. Now in the greatest year in Chevrolet history—building cars in tremendous volume to meet an ever-increasing worldwide demand — Chevrolet con- tinues its successful policy of increasing Chevrolet values! Everywhere, Chevrolet has been re- garded as the world's finest low-priced car. For month after month the public has been sending Chevrolet popularity to new and record-breaking heights — —because Chevrolet alone combined all the advantages of quality design and construction with lowest prices. Now Chevrolet adds to the perform- ance, beauty and completeness of equs p- ment that have been winning the world to Chevrolet — —by developing the smoothest Chev- rolet in Chevr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONTTOP m List of States in which Chiropractic is Given Legal Recognition and Chiroprac- tic Examining Boards Established and Names and Addresses of Secretaries of Boards ARIZONA Norine Hess Atchison, D. C., Sll Central Bldg., Pheonix ARKANSAS G. C. Moore, D. C., 14 Urqnhat Bldg.., Little Rock. CALIFORNIA. .. .James Compton, D. C., 821 Forum Bldg., Sacramento. CONNECTICUT.. .J. A. Keller D. C., 1115 Main St., Bridgeport. FLORIDA Roberta T. Graham, D. C., P. O. Box 1165,St Augustine GEORGIA M. E. Hall, D. C., 209 Murray Bldg., Columbus. IDAHO Bureau of Licenses, Boise. IOWA Myrtle E. Long, D. C., State House, Des Moines. KANSAS <W. J. Robb, D. C., 211 West 6th St., Topeka. MAINE Isabelle B. Hieserick, D. C., Biddeford. MARYLAND J. Ralph John, 516 N. Charles St., Baltimore. MINNESOTA W. H. Vreeland, D. C., 255-56-57 Lowry Bids, St Paul MONTANA F. G. Moore, D. C., 200 Hammond Bldg., Missoula. NEBRASKA J. P. Laub, D. C., Chapman. NEVADA John W. Grant, D. C., Masonic Templ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE NEWEST FORDS NOW ON DISPLAY Visit oar 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. -4 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 r ■ Watts Motor Co. Sells Seven Chevro- £ lets In Seven Days GEORGE SHEILDS A. W. Fulcher A Co., Chevro let dealers, report that last week they sold and delivered seven new Chevrolets cars in seven days. Mr. Fulcher states that while he is entirely out of cars at this time he is expecting a new shipment on the 25th of this month, and will then be ready to make deliveries. INTERMEDIATE B. Y. P. U. m Prayer. Business. Vocal solo—Mrs. Blalock. Group four in charge of prO| gram, Subject, "In an Airship." Xntro^uctfoh—Ix)IO Mae Hen- drix. Pal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR MOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE of Mineola, to-wit: OF REAL ESTATE FOR Block No. 30. Lot 6, ir School District DEPENDENT SCHOOL DIS- j 55?4 Jud&ment for the sum of TRICT. | $23.90 and costs of suit; proper- ty to be sold to satisfy same. Being situated in Wood County State of Texas, and in the limits of said Mineola Independent and TAXES DUE MINEOLA IN- i No. The State of Texas, • Sounty of Wood. By virtue of orders of sale is" sued out ofthe Honorable Dis-1 School District, and being trict Court of Wood County.! lying within the town of Mine- Texas, on the 27th dav of July, {ola, according to the map the map or plat of said town, to-wit: Lot No. 4, in Block No. 42, Hair Addition. A. D. 1926, by the clerk of said jgomt, and to me as sheriff direct Oi and delivered, I will proceed f&'Sett for cash, within the hours prescribed for Sheriff's sales. flit the First Tuesday in Sept- ember* A. D. 1926, it being the day of said month, before Hie courthouse door of said ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR GOLDEN GLEANINGS : day afternoon. Mrs. Strange and son, Eld- ! ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Verd 1 Hooks and children of Big Sandy visited Mr. and Mrs. Hopper Sunday. Bro. W. R. Phillips spent Sur clay with Mr. Homer Richey. Miss Lula Phillips of Haw- W. R. Phillips. Mr. J. W. B. Speights and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Speight? and babies spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Dodson visited Take time to be pleasant. A bright smile or a cherry word jkins is visiting her brother, Rev will fall like sunshine on the — - - hearts of those around us, and the glow is bound to be reject- ed: a thousand fold in our own jives. Mill Robinson and Milton Hai pole returned Saturday from Mr. and Mrs. McKinney Sun- Amarillo. We think they don't day like that country well enough to move there. On their round they met several Goldenites. Luna Myers and family 01 Colorado, Mitchell county, are visiting in and around Golden this week. Mr. Myers was reared Grandpa Griffin i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE DEPOSITORS Guarantee of Satisfaction The methods and policies of this bank con- form rigidly to the highest ideals and prin- ciples of modern banking. These principles, combined with a willing- ness to j^ssist 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 Mrs. J. Alvis Thomas of Su' phur Springs is visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Ellis. Ladies Scott. Felt Hats. E. D. Community House Dresses for $1.00 and $1.69. Warren's Variety Store. Mrs. Bertha McDaniels of Sherman is visiting with her father in Mineola. Investigate our Bargain Pric- es on Graniteware. Warren'* Vraiety Store. Fly-Tox tonight and deep m comfort—undisturbed by mos- quitoes Mrs. G. N. Peart and son left Thursday for Dallas where they will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bradiey visited with relatives in Winns* boro last Sunday. brea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

The tor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINE OF, A AND WOOD ' • " VTY VOLUME 54. Mix; WOOD cor NT V, TEXAS TOUR DAY AUG If'20. I Baker Bay 3?eae is Your Best Food Eat Sore of It Good lope. Church Gets rivst Bale 4mee'a School j *> * ( Keaav icv —-T^ " :pri?="*r-- SIP^rTTTnSfcair r*9f-'r'_ . ?!:iiIi?IHiiilii;:;!:!!l!ilf ■' • •? •• NUMBER 27. Perfection Ki rr; ;!:M 1'iiji": : :' vV L,«i ;: . -.; t k^::- K ! not Cost Therefore Should Yen Specify irie i this week ••st on :jct:o 01 i OttOIi rVU ,"n 101 last k; b. the in Smith county, was raised on the- lS brouj. ood Hf pe Church This cotton Caim of Gjo . Weaver and brought 16 cents and weighed 465 pounds. A premium of $35 was con- tributed by the" merchants oi Mineola. ihe second bale of the season was brought in by Mr. E. T. Lucas. The chiton was raited :he '-.'in of L. A. Smith and .15' -2 cents, purchased W. B. Dixon. A premi- >25 w given on this. wees-: • wn! the 1 an ii-.-u -.1 r-! c a m- -v. the Min- Mondav 3 r.r roughly iCa. 'j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONTTOTJ The Mineola Monitor Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Mineo?a ff«xas, as seconn.class mail matter POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the Democratic Primary August 28, 1926. For Representative: R. M. SMITH. For District Attorney, 7tfe indi- cia] District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Minedia. For County Judge: H. V. FUCKETT. FOR SHERIFF: H. C. DOUGLAS. 4 For County Superintendent Public Instruction: - O. L. DAVIS, of Golden. D. E. WHITE. For Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZIEGLER. C. L. (Chas.) WOOD. For Tax Collector: ERNEST J. McCRARY. Re- Election. For County Clerk: GEO. T. SHAW. ARLON BOYD. For District Clerk: V. B. (VIRGIL) SHAW. A. B. (Bernard) MOODY. For Justice of the Peace: J. F. FRENCH. For County Commissioner; J. C. PARK, For Re-Election. For Public Weigher: R. T. JONES. Far Constable: E. M. HORTON. East Texas Fair Promises the Best In Its History The dates of the 1926 East Texas Fair are September 28- October 2. Every effor...

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