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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR gll ;_ js?Jf c i&mmri *tM#& «yj f -&\ A. M _ Wy r peg* §£* i-"i?rc:* ->' APPLY vanish stein to a metal chip cT and c.:.nc : XjL j-- rieL Allow the panel t> S5mace« dry. ijend or crease it over a Devoe Mr.-rriacv :1trc' straight edge. Then straig'-.letr. it jkrotrn -:• thzr■■■:■>.- {■ out and exarnin?; its suj ecu. e. uv-v;:.e .ice 'f' An inefficient varrJsh m.'n - crack badly whore it vre.s cr - leaving a broken ;i!m that v.-: i'iracticj- WHITTEN HARDWARE CO. *)£* MifN? v ' ":i'>V at>.W3r t - - . - " " s-C". - . *k<u . _ MHIIBMMMHI#?)';tijf" Thorecv* Tribute to ¥/onder& ef Nature future has taken more on if itmfl l ie fondest parent for the education and refinement of her children. Con- sider the silent influence which flow- ers exert, no less upon the ditcher in the meadow than tlie lady in the buwer. When 1 walk in the woods 1 am re- minded that a wise purveyor lias been there before me; my most delicate ex- perience is typifie...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 September 1926

nny- THE MINE OLA MONITOR w} *1 OUR NEW BANK HOUSE IS NEAHING COMPLETION At this season of the year, you will have 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 cave 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 \y\ ' Mr. Roy Brawner and wife of Dallas Visited with relatives in Mineola1 last; Sunday. | t Mi s. W. K. Thompson and ; Miss Vivian Heard wore Tyler visitors last Tuesday. ; * ^ Miss Immogcnjt? Holmes of Hawkins visited with Miss Mar* gueiHte Bogan this week. '*'< • - ■ ■. . Fresjh Hostess Cakes, Fridaty ayid Saturday at W. p. Will- iams Co. : Mrs. Doeie Flowers of Grand Salinej visited at the. J, }V Jen- nings 'home las1; w^ek. •'* u_ ' ; _ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

THe iYliiieola /Vlonitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST 01' MINEOLA AND WOOD C iUNTV VOLUME 54. MINEOLA. Sr «5^-' A A • \ WOOD COlJNTV, thur-ilu SEPTEMBER 16. 1926 NUMBER 29. ■' 1 *-• r - AR SALE . For ONE DOLLAR you will buy goods worth con siderable more money. For Three Days—Thursday, Friday, Saturday—we are going to convert $3,000 worth of goods into cash. —COME AND SEE HOW IT IS DONE— J! Boys $1.25 Tennis choes, 1 pair $1.00 toadies $1.50 silk hose, one pair $1.00 Childrens Coveralls, some as low as $1.00 Mens Blue overalls, one pair $1.00 j; Mens riding pants, value $3.00 $1.00 !; Mens blue checked pants $1.00 \ | Mens summer union suits, two for $1.00 Ladies House dresses worth $1.50 for __._$1.00 Ladies bloomers, three for $1.00 Ladies bloomers, two for $1.00 Mens blue work shirts, two shirts for $1.00 Ladies bundle silk hose, four pair for $1.00 Ladies bundle cotton hose, 8 pair for $1.00 Bundle Towels, eight for $1.00 \\ Towels 18x36 four for $1.00 Ladies Damaged dresses, four ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR P h rfu 11 & ^ & M Mothers Favorite Brand The Famous, The highest quality in workmanship and fabric. *he newest Fall patterns in medium and dark colors in eluding Hair-line stripes. 4 to 10 years 1 pair long pants and vest 10 to 16 years, 2 pair long pants and vest $10.00 10 to 16 years, 2 long pants and vest $12.50 10 to 16 years 2 long pants and vest $lo.00 12 to 16 years 2 long pants, and vest 13 to 18 years, 2 long pants and vest $18.00 all sizes at ONE HALF PRICE Boys 2 pr knee pants suits, Don't fail to look at our English Chintz for girls schools dresses at only 25c' E. ADAMS MINEOLA HOARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Geortre Min- hew went to Greenville Thui. day last, where Mrs. M: - shew had her tonsils removed. She suffered the loss of quite a bit of blood and wasn't rest- ing so well the last report. Mr. Emory Burdan of Tylei and Mr. Will Owens of Lindale were in the Hoard community on business Thursday. Grandmother Merrill is stay- ! ing at Mrs. Ross Fou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

II What is Cotton to uo © The above question is asked us several times daily. We do not know what cotton is going to do—it is mere guess work. However, we believe that unless cotton acreage is reduced materially, and this reduc- ed acregae planted to various feed crops the tenden- cy of cotton will be for lower prices. Of course to advocate reduction of acreage will not effect this years crop, but the farmer who raises all cotton will be faced with the same proposition each year. Now is the time to make plans for next year—a good feedi crop is made, cattle are bringing a fair price, and hogs big prices. On the whole this sec- tion has a great deal to be thankful for. Any man with the determination can buy a farm at a reasonable price, with liberal terms. A living can be made at home here, and the cotton principal- ly surplus. Credit will b iencreasingly harder to se- cure for the man who has no desire to own and im- prove a home. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mineola, Texas O.dast Nitlani! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR — FIGURES DON'T 89.2 PER CENT ARE FORDS The number of cars parked on the streets of Mineola Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock Sept. 11, was 324 Out of this number 288 were FORDS and 36 were ALL OTHER MAKES. FIGURES DON'T LIE! Count them for yourself. The rumor that other maker, of cars are out-selling Fords is not so. The count Saturday afternoon, at the busiest lime of the day showed that 89.2 per cent of the cars in operation in Mineola, parked al the curb were FORDS. WHY? QUALTY - PRICE - SERVICE FORD REDUCED PRICES DELIVERED [^Touring $454.73 v Roadster $434.25 ,v Coupe $568.43 Tudor Sedan ___ $578.67 Fordor Sedan __$629.87 NEXT LOWEST PRICED CAR $623.00 Dif. $168.27 Dif. $186.75 Dif. $200.57 Dif. $190.33 Dif. $232.13 $621.00 $769.00 $769.00 $862.00 Balloon Tires and Starter Standard Equipment. Here's the whole story. The car registrations in January 220 22 4 Wood County since January First number 464. Out February 32 5 of this number 373 were Fords and 91 a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MO '?-■ 7*« -• BJV. :af.tatag<iMff -•>?>, ■• ■Mf ■ liis*.. Vol. 4. Mineola High School No. 2 DO YOU HAVE THE M. H. S. SPIRIT* The school spirit of M. H. S. is renewing with great vigor— even more so than last year. Students, teachers aind classes are cooperating to make this year one of the eventful years of Mineola High. Football boys are much more interested in the course which they are taking since they must m&ke their grades to be on the1 team. We are expectine: tiic entire student body, faculty and townspeople to back the team on the football field and let the boys do the rset. To aid in the English course, Mrs. Steed, English instructor, has organized a dramatic club Not only does this club aid the student in literary work, but it also helps in appearing: be- j fore t>ubhc audiences, in plays and other ways to numerous to ■ mention. Last, but most important, comes the cooperation of the students with ihe teachers by selecting and taking the courses ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR i * \ Coming^ Home We caimot give in this ad the date of our Formal Opening but it will be announced next week. Look for it. We are coming home and and will content ourselves this week with saying to our former friends and customers— FOLKS, HOWDY! We are glad to be back in Minuola with our many good friends, and we will soon be ready to serve you with a com- plete line of brand new merchandise. A line comprising the seasons newest offerings in Dry Goods, Ready-to-wear, Clothing and Shoes Watch The Mcnitor next week for the date of our Formal Opening. H - * V- T'ij • * Mineola Texas - e C. C. 5151ER, Mineola Texas SOLED AM HBIifi m v.":y ;.ot ' The Byrne Commercial Col- Fcr instance on expert tire lege of Dallas, is organised like' man can tell whether tires are a business house and there is,' wearing unduly because of th6! surrounding the student, an at- wheels being out of alignment mosphere of business that and can correct the trouble in makes for earnestness, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

■T ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR A ; ;v_ p c:, ^ V- . "" -v ' ' _ -' ••' ,W "« i~L ' jL-- >•■ o-x. - > **'--■ . - • -i-): >-v ~ -vasi •.'V i • - Vila; v. ^ ipfeft i& s f-jr- «■-<** APPLY varnish stain to a metal panel. Allow the panel to dry. Bend or crease it over a straight edge. Then straighten it out and examine its surface. An inefficient varnish slain v,;1? crack badly where it was creas; ' leaving a broken film that will chip ofF and c-rnc surface. De-:-oe Mirrolacw-H broken film t*- vreov iilR tl_ J Ritcfac.?. T« satiety an.: duwd product. Practice. tes z rol el WH1TTEN HARDWARE CO. ST. ® *?-/ ,r3 si- *iI«SMMMMMMI8M«#«,:,? HSS*Saa«a8B25.,- Mineola Machine Shop G. C. Smith, Prop. Machine Repariring and Welding Mineola, Texas MONUMENTS The Best Granite and Marb le at the Lowest Prices. We do not have to pay the agent 25% commission. Yard across the street from Postoffice. MINEOLA MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS S. P. TUCKER, Manager and cement directly on the street foun- dat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 September 1926

™ iv _ , ■ ' V v?. ■ .. . ' ' : < • , '~:#r MflHIWMIimllM , x . THE MINEOLA MONITOR .Have you attended the meet- ing at the Methodist church? fHU uf.us o:uu#SMfi u\3A iii.ii S KEfflM. COMPLETION At <v''t;ov\ of the year. you will liav a little surplus money and it will pay you to deposit it w i good strong bank. For twenty years THE MINEOLA STATE BANr\ has served thifc community to the b st of it's ability. In good years and bad, It has taken care of it's customers in a mav ier that inspires confidence. Now, under the same management, with the advantages of a new home, it looks for- ward to . better growtth than ever before. SAFE. DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas lte:u" Will appreciate your business Come to see us. You will find a brand new stock of groceries •Miss Florence Padgett was a l 'lFo s Uroeery, Mineola. Quitman visitor last Sunday, i ^ , ; I FOR REN1—Three unLurn- • - ; ! ished rooms for lurbt house- is ,X I'C&li .t-aUSa^C dl, Juitt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

' ' v..?- 1 In .... 1§SR SKhhSSEL -■ . : • ■ i. ■ '- -' v The Mineola PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. "L. ™ MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1926 NUMBER 30 Perfection Alton Wells. Alton Wells died at his home I last Monday, Sept. 20th, after jan illness of several months. He ihad been in a sanitarium at Ter- Irell, Texas for several weeks Ibut was brought back to Mineola a few days before his death. , Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Monday at 4 P. M. with Rev. W. L. Cannan in charge. ; Interinent was made in the ■City Cemetery. NUSS' BAKERY We are still grinding corn into meal also making old mat- tresses into new ones. J. K. Dr. W. Hyde of Dallas, Texas Smith. Mineola. Phone 37. specializing in skin diseases, i 28-4tp (Eczema, chronic sores and ; —• . ^cancers) will be in affice every Try the Jim Hogg Service Saturday over Lankford Drug j Station for the best gas and Mineola, Texas. j oils—Gait Pegues, Manager. You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

THE MONITOR t :i m When You Qo Back To School take with you at least a half dozen pairs of Humming Bird Pure Silk Hosiery. With a happy selection of colors—and you have forty smart shades to choose from—you will be correctly "stockinged" for every school activity from lecture to "prom" and from chapel to "gym." The evening soap suds won't wash out Humming Bird's rich color or superb fit. They wear for months. Pure Japanese silk, free of "loading." Reinforced with lisle heels, toes and tops. Silk at ail visible points. We guarantee satisfaction. A price that any school girl can afford— $1-50 per pair F.E.ADAMS winning* qjfira PURE SILK. HOSIERY WEARS LONGER The Mineola Monitor Published Every Thursday "iq'l "C**" --***' —•- R. H. Caraway, Manager n iiir ' t ' _ i Entered at Postoffiee, Miaeala as second-class mail Democratic Ticket ts Packet jal Paraej Attorney, 7th Judi- ©istrict: G. RUSSELL, for County Judge: H. V. PUCKETT. TOR SHERIFF: H. G. DOUGLAS. .Jfer County Superintendent Pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

^S«-L',yT? THE MINEOLA MONITOR What Is Cotton Going to Do? The above question is asked us several times daily. We do not know what cotton is going to do—it is mere guess work. However, we believe that unless cotton acreage is reduced materially, and this reduc- ed acregae planted, to various feed crops the tenden- \ cy of cotton will be for lower prices. Of course to advocate reduction of acreage will not effect this years crop, but the farmer who raises all cotton will f be faced with the same proposition each year. ' Now is the time to make plans for next year—a good feed crop is made, cattle are bringing a fair price, and hogs big prices. On .the whole this sec- tion has a great deal to be thankful for. i jAny man with the determination can buy a farm affc reasonable price, with liberal terms. A living can be made at home here, and the cotton principal- ly surplus. Credit will b iencreasingly harder to se- cure for the man who has no desire to own and im- prove a home. I FIRST NA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

•ft M x V -I THE MINEOLA MONITOR ../: ,Cit V ml .. that you never dreamed r* ^possible in a low priced cat •* ; ^ Handling ease and hixuriou* com- f w fort that will delight and thrill you— Amazing smoothness at every speed! . Sparkling acceleration" Forty to fifty miles an hour, if you like, as long as you like, without effort or & any sense of discomfort—such are #ie riding delights of today's Chev- ■1 '0^ .*? telet—the smoothest in Chevrolet t history! . Come in! See these beautiful cars, • ' finished in strikingly new Duco colors and the luxurious closed cars, v •: with ""Bodies by Fisher." Arrange for k ride! Enjoy the brilliant per- formance and unmatched driving qua wot L 'itief. that • hevrolet as the tin.;3c .low-pri — at these law Prices ! S5I0 645 BS Landau $ 765 ['• i-Ton Truck JfL Chassis Only i/ 1 -Ton Truck SL Qhassis Only ®$!3' / -i;,-■ . ^-;.c.b.HirutMii_i>. Coachro* $ Coupe • Four Doer $ Sedan- A. W, Fulcher &, Co. Dealers Mineola, Texas LOW COST • Phone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

m- ism . , ^ ^ x. . ' / \ \ i E THE MINEOLA. MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Vol- 4. Mineoia High School No. 3 MANY STUDENTS ATTEND COLLEGE ■ Within the next few days many of ttee young people of Mineoia, and those who have atttended the Mineoia Schools in the past few years, will be leaving to resume their college courses Mildred Cowan, Mary Bryan, Ruth dailies, Sidney Mansell and Margaret to C. I. A.; Harrold Leach and il McCary, Georgia Tech.; Ernest iith, Leon Edgar, Helen Jones, Nel- ion Jones, Chappell DuBose, Gus T. 'feogan Jr. and Bennie Beaird, S. M. U.; Marian McReynolds and David Beaird, Simmons University; Clyde Cash, Antonette Copeland, Glenn En- glish, Cecil Willams and Estelle Dun- .can, Burleson College; Elizabeth Cal- laway, Northeast Oklahoma State 'eachers' College, Tahlequah, Okla.; illiam Thomas, Texas Tech.; Claud ice and Bailey Kittrell, North 'exas Junior A. & M.; John Coleman, lane University; Otis Flynt, State Medical College, Galveston; Chris Mansell, Univer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

r* - ™ / THE MOmW Almost Given Away ! . ' * * * A Tremendous Sale $5,000 WORTH OF GOODS TO BE CONVERTED INTO CASH IN 6 DAYS Some will go at Half Price, Others for Even Less than Half. w '.i, v: M 'MA • i ;i ' - a : - > *>- :S, V • W Sale Days f FRIDAY, SEPT. 24 i SATURDAY. SEPT. 25 MONDAY, SEPT. 27 TUESDAY, SEPT. 28 WEDNESDAY, SEPT 29 THURSDAY, SEPT. 30 ■- h *♦ ); v-5 Mr f v, ESfo m;*'- ■'* &L0O buys two pairs of men's good overalls. Men's khaki pants worth $1.75, one pair for $1.00 Bays' Coveralls $1.00 Men's Riding Pants, value $3.00, one pair for $1.00 Men's $1.50 value Blue Checked Pants, 1 pair__$1.00 Men's Summer Unions, two pairs for $1.00 Ladies pretty House Dresses, worth $1.50 for 69c Ladies' Bloomers worth 75c, now two pair for__$1.00 * Men's Blue Work shirts, two for $1.00 Ladies' House Slippers, two paitfs for $1.00 Ladies' 50c Silk Hose, two pairs for ! 75c Indies 45c Silk Hose, two pairs for 50c Ladies' 25c cotton hose, six pairs for $1.00 Large Turkish Bath...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

" f. : f f THE MINEOLA MONITOR c. c ur-'f£ , For many years C. C. Sister was one of the leading merchants of Mineola, always taking part in every forward movement of Mineola and Wood county. This week marks the opening in Mineola of C. C. Sister's New i . , v an event that is of vital importance to our city. It is our pleasure to extend * Hearty Welcome his return home. We join him in extending to his former customers of this and adjoining counties and invitation to come to Mineola to do their trading. •V * K' It I This space is contributed by the following THE MINEOLA STATE BANK B. L. CHAPPELL, Diy Goods and Groceries WHTTTEN HARDWARE CO., Hardware and Implements BUNN and MADDUX Chiropractor s , EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY DuBOSE and CAGE, Furnitjure MK and T., T and P and I and GN Ha Ways FLYNTS Jeweler and Optometrists MALLGRY BROS., Groceries and Feed men of Mineola. \m i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE SELECT THEATRE and CO NFECTIONERY BECKHAMS HOTEL and CAFE 3 R. T. SPRIGHTS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 September 1926

3 6 ■'* ' THE MINEOLA MONITOK ' , . ' . "" | , With Brand New Merchandise > # Jfe. ■ * We Are Nat Yet Ready to Announcfc the Date of Our Formal Opening Owing to the Fact That Our Stocks are Yet Incomplete, But We Are Now Open For Business and can Take Care of Your Needs in Such Merchandise I as w Have in Stock. , , New Goods are Arriving Daily and are being offered for sale as fast as we can open them up. The stock in- cludes a comprehensive line of the newest things in Ladies Ready-to-wear and Dress Goods, Millinery, Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing, We are anxious to please you and invite you to come to our store where you will always find a hearty welcome. C. C: SISLER In The New Building at The Same Old Stand Formal Opening Date to be announced later. MINEOLA, TEXAS. $ V ' LOCAL !PJ:MNi Henat Floury$2.10 at .4Bfwnryj Mineola. RAPES Shell at $1.25 per 100 lbs. Malloiy Bros. Mrs. S. N. Chapman visited in Bali&s Last week. Oyster Shell at $1.25 per 100 lbs. Mallory Bros. Tires,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

■ •J -v: - </. 'M*: Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COtfNTY >LUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 30, 1926. NUMBER 30 Perfection BAPTIST CHURCH CALLS NEW PASTOR not Cost SS' BAKERY METHODIST NOTES Walter L. Cannan, pastor. REV. R. G. BEHRMAN ill departments of o uT irch are co-operating in the! )vement to repair the church j Rev. Robert G. Behrman has id to build the Sunday School accepted a call from the Mineola Baptist Church and begins his work as pastor of the church next Sunday, October 3rd, he ar- rived with his family today, and they are now at home at the Baptist Parsonage. Bro. Behrman comes to us with a fine record as a pastor and citizen. He has just resign- ed his wor^k at Ras'k. Texas, where he has been pastor of the Baptist church for nearly five years. CLIFF MOSLEY INJURED mex. The Building Committee 'have rad two meeting recently And all are enthusiastic about the work .About $3,00.00 has been pledged so far, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR COLD SNAP We have had a cold snap and soon we will have real ones. So Be Prepared Our Fall and Winter merchandise is in and we want to supply your wants. A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS FOR WEEK \ 9/4 Brown Sheeting (35c 9/4 Bleached Sheeting 40c Bleached Cotton Flanneil 10c Brown Domestic 10c 20 x 40 inch Bleachfed Turkish Towels—Pair 39c Dress Ginghams 10c Percales 10c Outing Flanneil : 15c - House Dresses 98c A Good Overall 98c An All Leather Work Shoe $1.98 "We Will Raise the Roof to Please You" F. E. ADAMS MINEOLA Too Much "Acid?" Excess Uric Acid Gives Rise to Many Unpleasant Troubles. AUTHORITIES agree that an ex* cess of uric acid is primarily due to faulty kidney action. Reten- tion of this toxic material often makes its presence felt by sore, pain- ful joints, a tired, languid feeling and, sometimes, toxic backache and headache. That the kidneys are not functioning right is often shown by scanty or burning passage of secre- tions. Thousands assist their kidneys a...

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