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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

\ THE M1NE0LA MONITOR Fall Goods Ready for You Oar Store is full of New Fall Goods. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Ladies Coats, Etc COME AND LOOK IT OVER SPECIAL 65c Cottton Batts for 49c SPECIAL 15c Domestic for nv SPECIAL Men's Su.ffcs $13.50 to $22.59 \ SPECIAL Boy's Long Pants Suits $5.95 to $12.50 SPECIAL 35c Oil Cloth for 25c SPECIAL $2.50 Blankets for $1.73 SCHOOL DAUS TrtATS Tw£ Ktl TO ONOf O6A0IW5 corfm _ tfe. iVL He. H,>0 SHCLV/E5 PUT ,T ,T To Wi P^T newt"4?- 60SU-- H& Kl"3 T,AefteT^ AywT 5Cf'AS SIOE5 vf -'H S* 0M£ C- T^- errors .5 «- C_ Sw£ Eifrtei*. STOCK Nose oa. Sv fcu f'fJCP. FC-1-'"® ,T V^liO VftToiev T e PisH 3-TVR, There's a treat for .you and your children in the Pepper mint sugar jacket and another in. the Peppermint - flavored gum inside —that is WRXGLEY'S P. K. u -rrfSwgg ti as v. N-M ■' yr?, J is•? <1 i w A SPECIAL $12.50 Trunks for $9.95 HI pM. utmost value in long l-a-s-t-i-n-g delight. I'M HERE i TO TELL YOU I THEY'RE GOOD SPECIAL 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

THE MINEOLA MONTTOB a lost thrill ofe ether i See themds§, thriilina stride the scjwt lias ever presented.|Six Pitting their steiH agaiast^. brute strength om 50-t tflheScreai m fe>v-v w. % <mt A ?A-< & -V; , km \}'^\y YI Wvli'W k SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM BIG SPECIAL Monday 4th-Tuesday5th "THE SEA BEAST" John Barrymore Also Good Comedy. 35—15f mmn#i. rrr*T e*w«uB OCT, 6. WEDNESDAY ONE DAY ONLY "WHY GIRLS GO BACK HOME Patsy Ruth with Give Brooks Pathe Comedy 10—25c Dolores Costello George O'Hara Directed by Millard WeBb From; the st o ry oby.Dick^ by Herman Melville; , f Scenario by Bess'Meredyth OCT. 7. THURSDAY ONE DAY ONLY "HONESTY THE BEST I POLICY" Pauline Starke—Johnnie Walker. Comedy. 'Matrimony Blues 10—25c OCT. 1. FRIDAY SAT- URDAY MATINEE "BLUE BLAZES" Jack Hoxie. Comedy 8 Cylinder Bull 10—25c GEORGE W. REED Last Sunday night Mr. Geo. W, Reed died at his home in the Pine Mills community, after an illness of several months Mr. Reed was well and faver-1 abiy known ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

' '.v' THE MINEOLA MONITOR Vol. 4. Mineola High School No. 3 * CLASS OFFICERS ELECTED Last Thursday afternoon the fifth period was given to the different classes for the purpose f electing class officers. The following officers for the respective classe for the first semester: '' Seventh Grade President Dick Blalock et Vice-Pres. Vice-Pres. Mr. Adams won two prize?—one for refusing to do any kind of work, and another for being the biggest eater. He made away with three large size roosters, cooker especially according were elected to his ordei s. The rest of the time was spent in talking about the poor studes. None were present, there- fore, we had no defense. We are glad Christine Duncan! that last Saturday was not a school B. L. Chappell ■ (ia.v- ey.-Treas. Truman Jones Reporter Edna Mae Kingston Eighth Grade sident Vice-Pros. Vice-Pres. cy.-Treas eporter Ninth r President 1st Vice-Pres 2nd Vice-Pres. William Bowdoin Edwin Whitten Elmer Bruner Juanita -Vandiver Vendelia Vandiver Gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

w 'V THE MINEOLA MONITOR golden gleanings if we will but make the most evey opportunity that come? «nr way we will have 110 time to be envynig other peoples op- ifciartunities. Improving our own uriM keep us busy. Concentrate cm donig something worth while. Charlie Belomy, wife and daughter, of Winnsboro, visited Kith relatives here Sunday. Bfcrnice Scoggins left Sunday :fbc Memphis, Term., where he •will be in school for several months. Miss Sybil Fiet her, and Miss Sybil Tessy, of Alba were guests of Miss Corine Davis Sunday. Charlie Ezell of Mitchell County came in Sunday to vis- relatives and to get cotton pickers. ' The Masons served ice cream and cake Saturday night to their members and families. Misses Ama Lee Mize, Myrtle Friehett and Corine Precise left Sunday for Dejliton to ente school there. * Miss Gladys Walton left Wed- nesday for Commerce to enter aefiooi. Chalie Brooks and family vis- ited Grandma Beard and Mrs. Fotaner of Winnsboro Sunday. Mr. and Jim Brandson of Jf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

MMEOLA MONITOR I" h ': ■ [ :V- - * ^ • Another Forward Step For IVIineola. '..V- ; ■ W^m: r ">r^rK'r:^ r-ifr . •% . v... ' v.-- yyo fsn&S This Week Marks The Completion of The New Home of The Mineola State Bank From out of the ashes of the great conflagration of last March has arisen a handsome structure of Steel, Brick, Cement and Stone—"A Thing of Beauty and Pride of the Community. ; , * * i Exemplifying the co-operative spirit of Mineola, a spirit which through^t th<i? era of all ages stands out as the one method of community development which has withstood the test of time. In the spirit of co-operation, upon which is built a feeling of friendliness J ' that is of untold aid toward making this a greater and better community for us all, the following business enterprises of the city extend congratulations to THE MINEOLA STATE BANK upon the completion of its magnificient new home. JOE G. CHAPPELL Cheapest House in Wood County F. W. RHOLES Shoe Shop WHITTEN HARDWARE CO. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 September 1926

r: mm -4' TEE MINEOLA MONITOR -iKS' tPEAHMZi * Mr. and ' Mrs. W. C. Head visited with relatives in Jack- sonville last week end. Hot Bread can always be had Ok Knss' .Bakery. Tires, Labor and it Company. Parts Watts ■en see our new line CMiting- E. D. Scott. of Men's Mr. and Mrs. A. C Elynt were HtQ&s visitors last Sunday. ^ Msr. J A. Boykin spent last week in Winona, Texas. Get your Hires, Labor and Parts • Watts Motor Company. Bfey fresh Bakery three bread loaves from the for 25c. Hjr-Tox the Igsinst ants. kitchen and pantry Remember tV.at the Parent-Teachers Club will meet Tuesday, Oct. 5. Be there without fail. See me for special rates on the Semi-Weekly Farm News. Dick Blalock, Agetn. Mrs. H. Watts who has been very ill for some time is able to be up again. , TT Mr. and Mi's. J. L Beckham were Dallas visitors last Satur- day and Sunday. Fly-Tox the grown chickens and the chicken house against lice and mites. Three unfurnished rooms for I'ent, ce. IL G. Puckett. Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 October 1926

•* 'M' : n PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. ■J'li — A MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 7, 1926. NUMBER Perfection SAM MERCHISON KILLED IN SATURDAY NITE FIGHT GUN CLUB CLOSES SEASON Last Friday afternoon the Mhi- A deplorable affair occurred j eola Gun Club held?*' Its last shoot 33' not Cost BAKERY ; in Mineola early last Sunday i morning when Sam Merchison, an employee in the bridge con- Istruction department of the T. & P. Railway, was fatally cut in an alteration at the City Hotel in Mineola, he died a few : minutes later. The particulars of the season and went into winter quarters. Some good records have been hung- up by different members of the club during the summer the club watch according to rules is worn by the- shooter making the high score of each shoot; has been worn by almost every member of tMEDIATE B. PROGRAM have not been made known and I the t-lub. Last Friday John Shipp the facts will probably not be made high score...

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

THE MINEOLA MOl }R EXTRA SERVICE We Buy Them, Sell Them, j: Trade and Repair Them. They Last Longer Bruner Bros Let Us Solve Your Tire Troubles THE STORMING OF THE GATES BABY CHICKS FOR SALE Large type Barron Strain White Leghorn baby chicks $9.50 per hundred. Anconas $11 Rhode Island Reds and Barred Plymouth Rocks $12, Buff Or pingtons and White Wyandot- tes $13 per hundred. These are all husky, pure bred, hatched from select eggs from our heav- iest layers. We pay the postage and guarantee live delivery. Prompt shipments. Order from this ad. The James Hatchery. Gainesville, Texas. 27 121c. This picture is typical of many such scenes enacted daily at the main gates of the Sesaui-Centennial International Exposition in Philadelphia where the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence is being celebrated. The "shot" was made from outside the gates and shows the long sweep of historic Broad street, the main artery of the exposition. To the left can be seen one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOH B Absence of Standard Recalled Heroic Deed Although one of the officers of the corps of gentlemen-at-arms, the prin- cipal bodyguard of King George of England, always has borne the title vt standard bearer, the corps was without a standard for centuries. Its colors were lost at the battle of Na.se- by. when the bodyguard of gentlemen- at-arms was destroyed to the iast man while defending King Charles I from -•:f the Roundheads, holding the latter in check so as to permit the monarch and his son, afterward Charles II, to escape, recalls a writer in the New York Sun. The standard vanished on that occa- ftlos and presumably was destroyed, for it never has been seen since. Neither Charles II nor his successors saw fit to present new colors to the corps and the very absence of the standard served to recall the heroism of the gentlemen-at-arms at Naseby until the four hundredth anniversary of the foundation of the corps in 1909, when King Edward presented his bodyguard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 October 1926

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR First Photies Tested Poiver of the Langs There were many amusing incidents l!a the early days when Bell was at Work trying to improve the telephone. At first persons had to talk so loudly In order to be heard over the telephone • that it was said that they frightened hordes that were oat in the street. On the night after Bell and Watson had talked for that first time over the marvelous distance of two miles the two young men, in their boarding hdnse, talked so joyfully and danced .so wildly that the landlady said: Ton two will have to leave the house, tt you can't be quiet at night 1" ,. Then, too. in those first days of the telephone, foreigners who talked over It were amazed to hear it speak in •their own languages. They seemed to :4hiolc that since the invention had im&b made by an American, it could •Beak nothing except English. fiie first telephone bbotli was made Vatson, remembering his lnnd- f'*-scolding for the froise that; he Bell had made at night, ...

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

THE MINEOLA MONODH THE YELLOW JACKET Vol. 4. Mineola High School Noj3 YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief — - Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief — Lula B. Kingston Social Editor ... — \ Ruth Cars well Athletic Editor L Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior Louise Thorpe Junior - - Francis Cannon Sophomore - -Lula Little Freshman ■_ Vendelie Vandiver ^lb-Freshman .... —... Edna Mae Kingston YELLOW JACKET STAFF The students council, which is made up of representatives from the dif- ferent classes, met and elected the staff of the Yellow Jacket for this school year. The following compose the staff elected by the students coun- cil and the class reporters: Mrs. Steed—Sponsor. Abilene Huff—Editor-in-Chief. Lula B. Kingston—Ass. Editor-in- lief. Ruth Carswell—Social Editor. Leon Aar.on—Athletic Editor. Louise Thorp** ^Senior Reporter. .Francis Ca: .*f—Junior Reporter. Lula Little S9phomore Reporter. Vendelia Vandiver—Freshman Re- porter. Edna Mae Kingston—Sub-Fresh- man Reporter. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 October 1926

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR LADIES READY-TO-WEAR We have just received a new shipment of Silk Dresses from the makers, in the new cloths and styles, all sizes. These are Wonderful Dresses for the Price One lot of Dresses 7.50 values One lot of Dresses 12.50 values Better Ones at Better Prices. $5.95 9.75 We also have that Winter Coat you want at prices below your expectation. Fur trimmed cloth coats $10.00 values - $7.50 Fur trimmed cloth coats 12.50 values - 10.00 A full line of the better coats, ail colors, ranging in price up to - - 25.00 In Ladies Shoes we have iiie very newest the market affords, very reasonable prices bleached out.. However, it can be used successfully on any kind of white fabric. PLANT QUARANTINE PROTECTION A LOT OF LADIES NOVELTY PURSES and BAGS The kind yov. really want, priced $1, 1.25, 2.50, 2.95 With one exception no impor- tant pest is known to have es- tablished in the United States subsequent to the enforcement of' the Plant Quarantine Act of 1912. The except...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR POWER mssssm mimm JUUHUMIM 1Mn T li I J <> i # ; £ ! ! & ! f i • I x In the operation of every inaiistuai plant | power is the paramount problem. - Electrify Your Plant I I * ♦ * .id settle for all time to come your Power troubles ^ ilectricity is clean, safe, always nependable, it lessens ^ •e hazards, saves time, and time is money. m * he Mineo'a Gin Company has recently ileQfcrified its plant. visit their plant, watch it operate, then the § <3s> advantage of electrifying your own plant wili be apparent to you. THE EAST TEXAS PUBLIC COMPANY t i * j . ipealed to R. L , S. to Help Out Bazaai R. L. S. was writing hard one morn "inf." when the door was poshed open and a much excited lady rushed in. "Oh, Mr. Stevenson!" she exclaimed. "I won't really keep you long; but I do want you to help me out of a dif- flculty. I have to take a stall at a bazaar, and there Is not nearly enough "material to sell. Somebody told me the other day that you are gettin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 October 1926

'■iff-''- r -• '■r! MlNEOLA MON1TOP — v^v> IH>ch:«C* ♦> ♦" OUR NEW HOME IS HEADY TO SEE US ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦!« L%- SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas LOCAL. OPENINGS Mrs- F. C. Renneau spent sever- al days in Houston this week visit- ing friends. 1 Tires, Labor and STfelor Company. Parts. Watts ! have a nice selection of dress | tUmnels. Make your dress and save -he difference. E. D. Scott. ■"Flora" for unvu.lv €3iy Barber Shop. fnair Wanted to buy white leghorn hens, i pullets ar d a few roosters. W. D. Kitchens. SEWING Baker. WANTED—Mrs. 29-3t. m tei Wanto to buy a good milk-cow. D. Kitchens. W. Mr. A- M- Hooper of the Deven- port Varitey Stores from - White- wright was a business visitor in the ; Clty last "Thursday. "1 Cakes, all kinds of Cakes at Will appreciate special orders for your birthday or wedding i Cakes, Nuss? Baker v. Call :n and see ' lutirui and at Scott. dresses, they are attractive prices. { -- • Fly-Tox to-night comfort. - and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY rOLUME 54. ^MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEX&S, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 14, 1926. NUMBER 31 Perfection riot Cost fSS' BAKERY Arthur Bowroin of Beaumont IW. W. CHAMBLESS AND spent last week end with his ! WIFE HIT BY AUTO parents in Mineola. ! WHILE SANDING — ON HIGHWAY Miss Hazel Read of Ft. Worth is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. B. F. Head. in Mine.loa FOR RENT—Two room apart- ment furnished or unfurnished and two desirable southeast rooms at 205 Johnson Street * Phone 145. 3tp E M. Blackburn of Pearwoll is spending this week visiting frends and relatvos near eola. Min- 8 h u r - o n G LASSES SMILE OR GR.1N The happy, ingratiating smile welike to meet is possible only with relaxed features. ^{Strained eyesput a tension on your features, changing your happy smile to a grin. <JjYou are happier, more amiable when your eyes are working properly. €{]Let us add to your happiness bycaring foryoureyes. FL Y NT'S NEAR SWAN **4 ON , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR SALE ON HARDWARE AND FURNITURE In order to meet the low prices now prevailing on cotton we are going to put on a sale on many items in the Hardware and Furniture lines. This will enable you to make your Dollars go farther and help to off set the lower prices you have to take for cotton. Come in and take advantage of our Sale Prices. We are with you to help reduce the cost of living. 29 Gage Corrogated Galv. Roofing Special, Sq.__ $ 4.75 Good Heavy Matresses, worth $8.00, Now 5.95 $8.00 Iron Beds, complete, 6.95 $25.00 Cook Stove, A good value 17.95 $60.00 Range Cook Stoves 43.95 $25.00 Box Heaters, Size 36. Special 20.00 $15.00 Box Heaters, Special at 12.50 Sheet Iron Heaters priced $2.75 to $4.95 Each. Builders Paper, blue and orange 1.00 Ashphalt Roofing. Nutex Brand. Per Sq. 1.95 V Horse Shoes. Aaiy Size and Kind. Per lb. _ .09!/2C Leather Collars. Any Size. $4.00 Value 3.45 A-ll Crockery, 5,6,8, 10 Gal. Jars per gallon 13c 22 Short Rifle Shells per box 20c Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 3 Special Prices On our entire stock of Shoes Young Men, Ladies and Children, we are offering our customers an big saving on all shoes in our large well selected stock. Food Staple Depends on Irrigation Work Among the staple foods raised ia Centra! American regions is one that is almost daily on the tables of rich and poor; this is the garbanzo, or chick-pea. They are successfully grown also in the state of Sonora, Mexico, on the alluvial plains near the mouths of the Mayo and Yaquai rivers, where the altitude Is but little above sea level, although they are also grown farther inland at altitudes of BOO feet, more or less, and with more or leas success. The plant is very tender and subject to injury by frost. During the grow- j ing season the temperature ranges 1 from 70 degrees Fahrenheit to the J freezing point. At plantjng tiuie, in October, it ranges from 06 to 90 de- | grees Fahrenheit. The average rain- fall in the garbanzo region in the Yaquai valley is ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR H PREPARATIONS BEING MARE FOR ANNUAL ARMISTICE CELEBRA- TION NOV. 11. h: x-1 Preparations are going for- ward, under auspecies of the ex- Service men, together with the ;assistance of the Business men and the Lions Club of Miieola, for the annual Armistice Day Celebration to be held in Min- eola November 11th. Armistice Day in Wood coun- ty is no longer an experiment. It- has become an annual occa- sion looked forward to by both young and old. It is no longer a Mineola affair: it has become a Wood county institution, be- cause each celebratoin is now participated in and attended by people from every section of the county. This year the "Boys" plan to make this cele- bration not only county wide, but the biggest Armistice day celebration ever held in the county. Henry (Pat) Bogan, who served his country in the U. S. Navy during the World War, and perhaps one of the best known.. ex-service m^n in the county has been selected as Gen eral Chairman of the Armstice Day...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR h m THE YELLOW JACKET 1 COACH GETS MARRIED ; : Vol. 4. Mineola High School It* | The wedding bells in Mineola High have been jingling again, i This time Dan Cupid has flung ■■ ian arrow and pierced the heart No. 3 of a member of the faculty. Mr. Thomas W. Rogers, math YELLOW JACKET STAFF or of athletics in Mineola High, was married to Miss Lillian Editor-in-Chief —r ----- - Abilene Huff i jzabeth Herbert at the First Associate Editor-in-C$ffef ...... - Lula B. Kingston j Baptist Church in Dallas laSt Social Editor .. Ruth Carswell Saturday evening, Dr. Geo. W. Athletic Editor — ... Leon Aaron Truett officiating. SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS ; The Yellow Jacket extends Senior — Louise Thorpe congratulations and best wishes Junior Francis Cannon; to ]y[r. ancj Mrs. Rogers. They Sophomore . — —Lula Little Freshman - Vendelie Vandiver Sub-Freshman '*..1 Edna Mae Kingston STUDENTS OF SPANISH ORGANIZE AND ELECT It ■■ A Spanish Club Was organiz- ed at Mineola high last Frida...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR & four burner Alcazar oil in first class condition, to rage for a wood cook stove, also be in good condition. mi or address N. T. Ring, al route 4, on Sand Spring 1%. mile North of Min- 32-3tc CHICKS FOR SALE cracKs $12.UU per hundred; Brown Leghorns, Anconas and Buff Leg- ! horns $14.00; Barred Plymouth Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, and White Rocks I §15.00; Buff Orpingtons, White Wy- . andottes and Black Minorcas S16.00. Postage prepaid, Live delivery guar- 1 i. i Ianteed. ACME FARMS, I 31-10tc Smithville, Tex. fare- bred White Leghorn baby Hot Bread can always be had at Nuss' Bakery. ■ Federaij EXTRA SERVICE •TIMES -We Buy Them, Sell Them, | Trade and Repair Them. Minds of Orientals Impressed by Pomp There is reason for the elaborate camps of India and the* reason is this: The maharajas, the rajas and the nawabs are luxury-loving. Al- ways they are hemmed about with pomp and circumstance. Wherever they go,'they travel royally. In the old days, before the Briti...

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