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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I--# I Look Out for the Army Worm > The continued wet weather will likely cause the ; leai or army worm to get in the cotton, and we urge ► every customer of ours to look out for thorr, and ar- ; range to us < poison as soon as the first appearance I is made. ► As a precaution and to be prepared the business : men of Mineola have already ordered 1000 pounds of ; Calcium Arsenate, which will be sold to anyone w ish- ing to poison these pests at actual cost. Whitten's Hardware and other stores in Mineola will distribute this poison without charge. If the cotton crops are watched closely for the next two or three weeks, and the poison used as soon as the worm first appears, in case he does appear, it will take only a few pounds to the man, and a small amount of labor to combat this pest. Let's watch for the Army Worm and fight him. f FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mineola, Texas Oldest National Bank in Wood County FOR SALE My home place on North Johnson street, and the f...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■HHIllllllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllllIl I'TI £ v' !!'!'iilliilli!8!l!1!!n!ini!IlD!n!fflll!li!!tlill!lllilllilll!!!il8!!li1!!!!,l|l!l!l'!llllllliilii> . nvwtiff 1' i * S i* Sun & £1311/.a or i\J'i- ££ III Children An acute eoiuii : v.. wh'uh i.;a be easily understood may be cla types: Isi. Mechanical; caused ygeeds, petiiiil et . V\ '• ch iii the till. I „ .k l. LUo is necessarv tV ■ this type • net Oi\l- cni'O-lilC. U11Q CO • ified in three different tell you. one and all. his stand on this question, I will not suit you. In conclusion, I want it under- stood that I am not for noi against any creed, cult nor pro- fession, but unqualifiedly for ihe interest of the people. I pat- ronize the members of the in lighting linue t" til I tha V i A DV swaliowm.^ grapes, p.'iun ip a mechanical irritation L Lu.sally the only treatment thai type is a. coo.-] dose oi Casio;- Oil, an enema, absteiiancc ironi food for a few hours and proper after care. 2nd. Chemic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

.1 THE MINEOLA MONITOP 1 TI Visit oar fTi I® If h; w mm iu< i. Third, don't try to through the paper play a unless i Miss Hilda Engle has return- j h ** % 'W ill? IIM ir k-v * I ItfA 1 flip 5J |^|| | ay h i l'r. A. • : t U J ;i : e%r.r. Vbx: t f f* v w jie i/.VTeV i vim The New Inij r • ■ ed in every v.t.v, is better, stronger and the sew ice is sure to please you. The new artistic Paint Job is better than ever before Visit ns- 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. ;> • • i explain it to the editor. A ng in cold type looks a lot • -'.'rent from a thing repeated • the word of mouth, when the v ,ce, and facial expression and a gesture perhaps to show it" meaning. Fourth, d^n't worry for fear ■ editor is making too much -i' ne,v ; vow should want him to he prosperous He c..;n and wil give '-on a better paper. Ho will -• iik^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR SOTXCE OF SHERIFF'S SALE1 of Mineola, to-wit: ©y REAL ESTATE FOR Block No. 30. TAXES DUE MINEOLA IN- DEPENDENT SCHOOL DIS- TRICT. Lot 6, ir fho State of Texas, fE$uoty of Wood. Ivirtue of orders of sale is" aued out ofthe Honorable Dis* Mineola Independent School District vs. Marvin Tiner. No. 5574. Judgment for the sum of $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 School District, and being and triet. Court of Wood County, !'yinK witl n Texas* on the 27th day of July, JL IX 1926, by the clerk of said qcxak, ®rid to me as sheriff direct CcK aad delivered, I will proceed for cash, within the hours gee^xibed for Sheriff's sales: SB &e First Tuesday in Sept- onlier, A. D. 192S, it being the TOi day of said month, before Ac eourthouse door of said co- m the town of Quitman, Che property described below, l&fiedon and to be sold to satis- jadgments ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR GOLDEN GLEANINGS The one great keynote of sue ' ©ess in any undertaking is to «c Whatever we have decided on. Resolve that we are going tc accomplish what we set oiit to do.. But first be sure it is the right thing. Theo. Roosevelt once said, "In life as in a foot- ball game, the principle to fol- low is, hit the line hard, don i foul and don't shirk, but hit the line hard." Do ordinary things extraordinarialy well, no one need be lonesome who makes a friend of his or her job. The Baptist meeting began Saturday night. Mrs. Vola Adrian and Mrs Inthie Wright of Ranger return ed to their homes Sunday. Mrs. Barnett and Mrs. Goff after several days visit with relatives in Munday and Boom* arton returned Sunday. Mrs. John Cathie, Mrs. Hattie HOPE NEWS Miss Ouida Puckett returned from Dallas last week. We take this as one method of asking again every member j As no one else wil lwrite 1 of the B. Y. P. U. to be pres- j decided I would send the news ent next Sunday eveni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 August 1926

. 4- ' W ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR FRIE ■MB THE SPIRIT OF ■MM LOCAL ■WPENES&f Fly-Tox the cows before milk- ! mg. Banks are in business to make money, as a matter of course, but the spirit of friendship and co-operation that exists between xthe bank and its depositors is actuated by the Golden Rule in Banking. Your success is our success. We cannot succeed unless our depositors first prosper. This bank is in business to help you to suc- ceed. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas rmm Advance Showing of Fall Hats Hot bread for supper. Nuss' | ^ Bakery. ; ^ Caudle Sells the Ft. Worth ; <jjv Star Telegram. I $ Mrs. II. Watts is still very critically ill. Go to Callaway's for your Sun ilav Star-Telegram. 'Restauants should be sprayed with Flv-Tox regularly. Mrs. W. C. Allen is visiting with her sister in Wichita Fails New Satins and Crepes. D. Scott. E, Hot Bread? Oh, yeh, you teli 'em. Nuss' Bakery. *Ft. Worth Sunday Star-Tele gram For Sale at Caudle Cafe. See our New Fall Dresses. E, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

/'r mi m \ '1 Sly*. ' tS « *-V V* -.-4' e> * PTtpT TcTn?n TAJ tttf tvtwowqt OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY AJME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1926. NUMBER 28. Perfection not Cost NUSS' BAKERY Moody Gets Majority In Wood County Sacred Harp Singers Meet in Convention Sinclair Family Move To Fort Worth No Band Concert : Last Friday Night /Due to the fact that the band h$d been invited to furnish xnftsic for the Dan Moody Rally which was held at Quitman last F-piday night, there was no band concert last Friday night in Mineola. - r •Quite a large crowd of the • Mhteola people accompanied the band to Quitman where they en-1 v-joyrid the good speaking and the, ? good music also. We are authorized to annaun* ce that the band will be at home ! Phone 214 Mrs. Cage, or Phout next Friday night and will meet 75 Mrs. Beckham, for good ^er as usual in concert on the square j w ';h Judge s F'nwers. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sinclair and children left Wednesday for Fort Worth, Tex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I L Fall Goods Our Fall merchandise is arriving daily and we will soon be able to show you a complete line of the new things. SPECIALS Our special for the week include the following, ENGLISH CHINTZ, fast colors in new Fall patterns 35c value, 25c. RAYON DRESS SILKS, plaids and stripes, Fall col- orings, $1.00 value, 75c. KIMONA FLEECES, the prettiest patterns we have ever had, 35c value 25c. TABLE SQUARES in all Linen, a remarkable buy at $1,25. REMEMBER we sell a Good Overall for $1 00. F. E. ADAMS We Will Raise The Roof To Please You basket of icing filled with cand- ied fruits and from which were drawn the wedding souvenirs. Crystal candlesticks held gr^en tape*:.* and white roses, and zinnias n profusion filled baskets that were placcd on the mantel, the buffet and in the windows. Presiding in here were Mrs. Fred Walsh, Mrs. Everets. V. DePew, Mrs. C. E. Skull and Miss Lucille Teagarden. The sun parlor was decorated in baskets filled with bright vari-colored ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Look Out for the Army Worm The continued wet weather will likely cause the leaf or army *vorm to get in the cotton, and we urge every customer of ours to look out for tfcorr, and ar- range to us ( poison as soon as the first appearance is made. As a precaution and to be prepared the business men of Mineola have already ordered 1000 pounds of Calcium Arsenate, which will be sold to anyone wish- ing to poison these pests at actual cost. Whitten's Hardware and other stores in Mineola will distribute this poison without charge. If the cotton crops are watched closely for the next two or three weeks, and the poison used as soon as the worm first appears, in case he does appear, it will take only a few pounds to the man, and a small amount of labor to combat this pest. Let's watch for the Army Worm and fight him. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mineola, Texas Oldest National Bank in Wood County 47)-*. Annua! . THE SHOW PLACE OF THE SOUTHWEST IN THE AUDITORIUM Texas Talent Triumpha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

►V. --JLi-- THE MINEOLA MONTH)* *<*■ Steph en F. Austin State Teachers College NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS LOCATION Nacogdjoches is a city of civic pride and culture. Splendid [public schools; splendid churches; good railroads and highways; the "Friendly City" cordial- ly welcomes students. There is the closest cooperation between community and college. . . .SCOPE OF WORK The college offers four years of Ft ndard college work leading to teachers' certificates andi degrees. One year of sub-college work is available for mature students who cannot meet college entrance requirements. EQUIPMENT s Two splendid class room buildings, ample gymnasium, athletic fields, ex- tensive library, new and adequate laboratories. FACULTY In training, teaching ability, and experience the faculty is equal to the best. All of them are in the prime of life and are keeuly alive to the need of students. There is no poor Instruction ; .Jp^LEGE ACTIVITIES * . .Fine Arts Course, Literary Societies, Dramatic Club, Cho...

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

v- V. THE MINEOLA MONITOR w eautv Comfort Economy Jor Economical Transportation Performance So Smooth -so Powerful \« -*k; , at these LowPrkes! 510 64S sam «375 *495 Because no other car provides such a rem ark- able combination of the modern features essential to motoring satisfaction, tens of thousandsare daily asking themselves: "What more do we need in an automobile?"—and are promptly and satisfactorily answering their own question by purchasing the Smooth- est Chevrolet in Chevrolet history. Brighter, more striking Duco colors—the comforts and smartness of enclosed Fisher bodies—time-proved economy and depend- ability—brilliant acceleration, effortless control, abundant power, amazing smooth- ness at every speed—all these qualities are yours in today's Chevrolet at Chevrolet's re- markably low prices! Come in! Drive this splendid low-priced car! Learn why it is the overwhelming of buyers everywhere! A. W. Fulcher & Co. fS Phone 120 MINEOLA, TEXAS --X; QUK oR ADU modern busi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR r*\ -x fcufli Coaled Trees in Hawaiian Forest Cfe the slopes of a volcanic moun- there Is a perfect forest of lava imay which Is believed to have been many centuries ago. The which form this forest are iy lifelike, even the grain of being represented, yet they are Mfbing but shells of lava. The way fcft which this strange forest was lipases Is Interesting. The original flkew were of a kind known locally mm a species abundant in the Inwsitan islands. During a terrific ttatinrst on the part of the volcano, jfllmb tbe lava poured out in a vnst l&taract, 40 or 50 feet deep, the whole 4k * tMckly wooded region was over- The fluid point of lava is 2^990 degrees Fahrenheit, but it solidifies at a point a few 11 ■ below this high figure. . . . ma the trees were buried in the ifer&Km of liquid fire, the lava which Mem ttito touch with the trunks and %toraehes immediately .solidified, owing fm the contact with the cold bark. satin flow of the molten stream «P*®t on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR L F LOREE? CHAIRMAN Of" THE GOARD 3(c KANSAS CITY SOUTHER* RAILWAY GO. ' /f w/7i be the hope of The Kansas City Southern, Mis- sotin-Kansss-Texas and Cotton Belt combination, when duly authorized, to form a strictly Southwestern system, and to put forth ever increasing efforts to meet adequately the growing transportation requirements of the Southwest ( 3y a Staff LEONOR FRKSNKL LOREIj, \V; ose plan to hsso- ciate The Kansas City Southern, the Missouri- Kansas-Texas, antl the St. Louis Southwestern rail- way lines into a system designed to adequately serve the great Southwest, now pending before the Inter- state Commerce Commission, has hern hailed as "the world's most masterful genius in the field of trans- portation." The removal of (he Lorec family from Illinois to New Jersey, the graduation of the young man from Rutgers College with honors at nineteen, the begin- ning of his career as a rod man with the surveying Corps of an Eastern railroad, becoming success...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 September 1926

Tttfc Mi INSULA MONITOR COMPLETION \ -J..- " ^ v| J- M ii| ^ - 2, ■V K v. ' T-v - . y.: •' At this season of the year, you will havt a little surplus money and it will pay you to deposit it in a good strong bank. For twenty years THE MINEOLA STATE BANK has served this community to the best of it's ability. In good years and bad, it has taken care of it's customers in a manner that inspires confidence. Now, under the same management, with the advantages of a new home, it looks for- ward to a better growtth than ever before. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas School time is here, you will find your supplies at Warren's Variety Store. Mrs. W. C. Allen has return- ed from a visit with relatives in Wichita Falls. LOCAL jggjggf Fresh Hostess Gakes, Friday and Saturday at W. D. Will- iams Co. Mr. Chilton Stafford of Dal las came in this week for a visit -Tox against ants, spiders, with old friends. • *kt' S Mrs. C. E. lively of Dallas SsfKiert watch and je...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

/Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY -.VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXASf THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1926 Nf 'MBER 29 Perfection * * ♦ •rv-tr^nT ifry jjl Appropriate Exercises Mark Opening of Mineola Schools. ■tf' ■iL'i! Last Monday ' "''morning the ana Clota Runnels. not Cost NUSS' BAKERY i,. ALEXANDER McKENZIE I HALEYS HAVE NICE TRIP Mr. Clyde Alexander and Miss Trudie McKenzie were qui- tL"E3? tatthSeXe °fRev' I .a. .eft test Fr^ay fo, Shre- W. R. Phillips read the ~ | veport. ^Wh^te there ^ return home they came by vjay Mr. J. A. Haley, Leo Haley, Mrs. F. B. Haley and son, Wil- Mineola Public Schools held the opening exercises of the new ^ term. ra The house was called to order pi; by Supt. <Nsebitt with a few in- terestmg remarks. This of! trustees. B. L. Chappell, D. cStian S Mrs, McReynolds Sh?, iT'T re?.ding and an pwseat and a very ,mpress.ve t il r al' u i address was given by Mrs. Mrs. Lake Cannon who has Ba£hanaiL • - been employed to give ms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

THE A MONITOR Mens Apparel We wish to call your attenticn to cur Men's Depart- ment. All Well Known Standard Brands. KNOX HATS STETSON HATS HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES SPIRO MICHAEL CLOTHES E. & W. SHIRTS VAN HI1ESEN COLLARS ARftUVVCOLLfiRS EDWIN CLAPP SHOES boy and girl in my county re- gardless of'location or where I they may live. To those who saw fit'to op- ! pose me I hold no ill will and j only ask your cooperation and j assure you mine. I hope in the { future for you to become my ; warm friends. i In conclusion I wish to thank j that vast number of school pec- S pie and friends who sent let- [ ters of congratulations, pleldg- ' ing me their support. I Respectfully, i D. E. WHITE. CARD OF THANKS to thank I earnestly desire the people who voted for me j ted laughts so liberally as in and also those friends who this delightful work, say critics I worked so diligently for me,1 everywhere. With Carol Demp- even though I was defeated. ster and W. C. Fields, ho has Some on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

. X' ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR Look Out for the Army Worm The continued wet weather will likely cause the leaf or a "my worm to get in the cotton, and we urge every customer of ours to look out for men., and ar- range to us < poison as soon a* the first appearance is made. As a precaution and to be prepared the business men of Mineola have already ordered 1000 pounds of Calcium Arsenate, which will be sold to anyone wish- ing to poison these pests at actual cost. Whitten's Hardware and other stores in Mineola will distribute this poison without charge. If the cotton crops are watched closely for the next two or three weeks, and the poison used as soon as the worm first appears, in case he does appear, r will take only a few pounds to the man, and a smai] amount of labor to combat this past. Let's watch for the Army Worm and fight him. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT By F. A. WALKER IN THE MORNING ft Mineola, Texas Oldest National Bank in Wood County ♦ ♦ i i ♦ 4 4 « 0 * ♦ ❖ *| ♦ t! ♦ W 1 ♦ *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ►♦♦♦« * ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦<►«*•••♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦** Stephen F. Austin Teachers College NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS LOCATION Nacogdioches is a city of civic pride and culture. Splendid public schools; §plendid churches; good railroads and highways; the ^Friendly City" cordial- ly- welcomes students. There is the closest cooperation between community and college. SCOPE OF WORK The college offers four years of sv ndard college work leading to teachers' certificates andi degrees. One year of sub-college work is available for mature students who cannot meet college entrance requirements. EQUIPMENT Two splendid class room buildings, ample gymnasium, athletic fields, ex- tensive library, new and adequate laboratories. FACULTY In training, teaching ability, and experience the faculty is equal to the best. AJ1 of them are in the prime of life and are keeuly alive to the need of students. There is no poor instruction COLLEGE ACTIVITIES Fine Arts Course, Literary Societies, Dramatic C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

*;■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR guage teacher, ways and sunny won the firendship of the entirf tudent body. Her winning] Mineola; Lucille Morgan, Mine- nature have ola; Lucius Moody, Mineola; Dolly Newman, Mt. Enterprise; Eloisc Park, Mills Springs; Lou- Vol. 4. Mineola High School No. 1 MINEOLA SCHOOLS OPEN I hopes to be the most successful' £°ne FOR 1926 27 SEASON The opening exercises for Mineola High School were held It (he high school Monday Tuesday morning. year in the history of Mineola High. Many patrons were pres- ent. The next program will be at the regular chapel hour next from nine to ten o'clock. Supt. C. E. INesbitt presided and the This Week's Yellow Jacket At the request of the faculty ■ program was begun by the au-this week's Yellow Jacket is Jd- dience singing "Onward Chris-1 ited by Abijene Huff, Mary Le- tian Soldiers." Rev. Walter L.' Cannan was present and con- ducted the devotional exercises, ^irgiiig the boys and girls to "March Onward" at the tune of "Christian Sold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

* >.<&. ' - b% - ■,'P W THE MINJEOLA MONITOR n Story <qy~ Martha Martin THE ZOO BIRDS WHEN Billie Brownie went again t& visit the zoo birds the first Se spoke to was the Jabiru. I*tn the Jabiru from British I'm the largest wading stork, titjva call that anything line. 1^Fhen I am angry* I can stretch ■felt l&ose skia about my neck. That, ilrfcaps, Is Hie most interesting ami thing about ne." •Well," said Billie Brownie, "I am *«teful to you for ielling me about pai. Most creature?- do not tell about fltefcr tempers." "Toe wondered, when you came what the noi;. was here," con- [ the stork. WpII, I was rubbing Bo^Look Rather Dreadful," Ad- mitted Billie Brownie. jvlteak up and down the iron railing &§mr yard. It made a fine noise. 1b the zoo you can see many artmsrtitig birds. Don't you admire Wg gray-and-black coloring? **f©adter you see the great white ten, a very beautiful and dainty flieatuTe. "The Heron is so dainty, like a tiny nmmae, Fsi told that one c...

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