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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR * Bp*. GREATEST IN 28 YEARS Goldstein & Brown ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THEIR 28™ Anniversary SALE Featuring and Exploiting New 1926 Fall and Winter Merchandise PRICES , THE LOWEST YOU #WILL FIND COME AND SAVE. $75,000 STOCK OF FINE GOODS FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS' AND GIRLS. EVERY- THING YOU NEED AND IT IS ALL ON SALE. COME SEE! DEFINITE SAV- INGS ON EVERY- THING THAT YOU BUY. t SALE STARTS THURSDAY, OCT. 14™ Nothing is Reserved, Nothing Held Back. EVERYTHING GOES ON SALE Every Price a Cut Price Come to Tyler and Attend The Momentous Sale of Our 28 Years in Tyler. The Most Crowning Event of 28 Years of one Firm in one Town. GOLDSTEIN & BROWN TYLER, TEXAS and sow not ^mong throns j (weeds).' Jere. 4:3. | 4. Terrace Your Land. "The j whole lond is made desolate be- ! cause no man layeth it to heart iThe spoiler have come upon all high places through the wilder- ness." —Jere.l2:ll-12. | 5. Cutivate Your Crops. "He that tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR COME TO SEE US SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Buck Epps spent last Sunday seeing the sights at the Dallas fair. School time is here, you will find your supplies at Warren's Variety Store- Mrs. A. I\ Hew?tt of H-jRder- * son wf s in Mineola last Satur- Iday visiting friends. We have a nice selection of dress flannels. Make your dress and save the difference. E. D. Scott. W. E. Perry is here from Beaumont for a visit to his father. Mr. Johnny Turner of Hain- esville was a Winnsboro visitor last Saturday. Wanted to buy whit, leghorn hens, pullets and a few roosters. W. D. Kitchens. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Penix visited their son in Tyler last Tuesday. Dikes, all lands of Cakes at JBsss' Bakery. i Arthur Sanders is here from | Dallas fo a few days visit. Men see our new line of Men's Clothing. E. D. Scott. "Flora" for unrulv hair. City Barber Shop. Fly* Tox a®aiiist flies. the milk house Fly-Tox your litching-up horse before Mrs. Gall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

fifs if The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AN™ WOOD r-mtatty volume 54. % mineola, wood county te£as thursday, october, 21, 1926. number 32 Perfection y <,%'( ' ■ ' lilpiilr.; i'i not Cost SS' BAKERY as anyother man in this part of the state. He is survived by his wife and five children, three boys and two daughters.. Henry. Louie and Alfred Bromberg Mrs. Joseph and Miss Minter Bromberg, all of whom reside in Dallas. Funeral services were held in Dallas la.U" Tuesday. Friends from Mineola who attended the funeral included Mr. and Mrs. {E. Revelle, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rogers. Jeff Turman, M. H. Landers, Mrs. R. W. Bailey, Miss Willie Pfwer, Jas. Gregory C. D. Coleman and W. P. War- ren. i. g. bromberg DIES bk. ,i Mr. I. g. Bromberg:, for forty six %years a prominant business of Mineola, died at his le in Dallas last Monday. Bath came suddenly and un- expectedly as he was apparently 'in good health up to the time of his death. Mr. Bromberg east his lot among th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

• ■ " THE MINeOLA MONITOR Jhr £f—ifeaf TrvnifoxtJtion • . t\ A«« I* « A.V' V «\« _ "The Bathtub Te t" —plowing throngh water to prove Chevrolet's ability to perform effici- ently in all kinds of weather. This i« Just one of die many tests to which Chevrolet cars are rabjec General Motors Proving ijected at the ins Gromnoa. Al> pmnw • ' . '' t s"~ Performance' proved beyond all doubt/ ^ Out on die curves and straightaways of the General Motors Proving Grounds— over rough and rutted roads, through blis- tering heat is ad bitter cold, through rain and slush *«.ui mud and snow, Chevrolet performance i* proi'cd before it is enjoyed by ownerai Here tester* <trt♦ a, night and day, until the speedometer* register 20-30-40,000 miles and morel Here during the long, te*dy grind—every mile of which is under observation—materials and designs are constantly analyzed and checked; performance, wear and repairs are tabulate :JIere the collective genius and experien. - of Chevrolet and General ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

THE M1NEOLA MONITOR FOR SALE—0. I. C. Gilts and Polan China Pigs—See W. D. WILLIAMS, Mineola or W. T. BOOZER at Sand Springs. 2--12 We are still grinding corn into meal also making old mat- tresses into new ones. J. K. Smith, Mineola. Phone 37. 28-4tp Guaranteed Glasses Cost No More Than Anv Others BABY CHICKS FOR SALE Large type Barron Strain White Leghorn baby chicks $9.50 per hundred. Anconas $11 : . Rhode Island Reds and Barred Plymouth Roeks $12, Buff Or- jj£' pingtons and White Wyandot- Ipies $13 per hundred. These are |||tli husky, pure bred, hatched n select eggs from our heav- j layers. We pay the postage ; . guarantee live delivery, j ampt shipments. Order from • ad. The James Hatchery, lesville, Texas. 27 12tc. fQR 50 YEARS n CHILLTONIC' When you g^t your glasses here they are guaranteed to fit and give you comfort. They cost you no more than others. I do my own lens grinding and in most cases can fit and make you a pair in two hours. You select your frame from my ku i;j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I The Big Store The Leading House 1 MAYER & SCHMIDT Notice On October 28th we shall discontinue issuing Medallion cards. All cards out at present must be brought to our store by November first, to be redeemed. Mayer & Schmidt if / i Chiropractic for Gall Stones QUESTION—"Several years ago I took a course of Chir. opraslie Adjustment for a bladder trouble and was entire ly cured. Now I have Gall Stones and I would like to know what you can do for the ailment." Answer—If upon making a Spinal Analysis we find that the nerves supply Functional Energy to the gall bladder and liver areompinged, Adjustments will restore you to health. There are no "ifs'? or "buts" about this. It is just a plain, unexaggerated statement of facts. When you were relievd of bladder trouble, your Chiro- practor should have explained to you thait it makes no difference where your illness is located, or what name may ha ve bien given it, if the orgar. invd/id, <eassS to function pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

V:f £ THE MINEOLA MONITOR only arc the students rushed but the teachers as well for they are very busy grading papers and making out the six weeks grades. Vol. 4. Mineola High School No. 3 I Wi 't' m YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-#n-Chief -V - Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief — t Lula B. Kingston Social /Editor - - — Ruth Carswell Athletic Editor Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senicftr - - _ Louise Thorpe Juniosr Francis Cannon Sophfcmore — —Lula Little JntfJhtaari Vendelie Vandiver SofctFreshman . ! - Edna Mae Kingston SUDIE JO McGUIRE ifOOD COUNTY QUEEN AT STATE FAIR Sudie Jo McGuire of Mineola and a graduate tif M. H. S. in f '24 was chosen by a committee Wood County citizens to be the Wood County Queen at the State Fair, Dallas. Twenty five counties were .isi to be represented at the fair "by twenty five "Texas pro- ' * ducts". These products were H Queens from the various coun- ties. These girls donned in caps and aprons made from Texas grown cotton spun into Texas made ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

r T ■ - rr W ■■ Great October Cash Raising mi *V.': SATURDAY OCTOBER 23R0 BEGINNING AND FOR QMS BEGINNING SATURDAY OCTOBER 23RD AND CONTINUING FOR FIFTEEN DAYS t'M m This is the one big event you've been waiting for. Here are the facts! We are n jt going into bankruptcy, as many will think after they read the prices in this big spread. We are just using pure, unadulterated, modern merchandising methods. We must have the turnovers in order to keep on selling you high-grade, dependable merchandise at the lowest margin of profits. Would you believe it if we were to tell you that many items quot- ed in this advertisement are as low and in many instances lower than they were sold before the world war? Yes sir, it's a fact! THese prices will not be duplicated again this season. We are going to crowd into a few days' selling our usual sixty days business. It's cash we are after—not profits at the present time. Every item through- out the store has been drawn to the bargain block and marked...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

THE MNEOLA MONITOR sh- Zt J et us demmwcrate to yen our Pooley Radio Cabi- nets equipped with A?water Kent Radio. Glad to demonstrate in your own home if you like. No trouble to us and a convenience to you. 'Phooe us—or drop in to select the cabinet you prefer to hear. Bruner Bros. Mineoia GOLDEN GLEANINGS '! Cheerfulness is catching. We simply cannot be disagreeable and cross with one who smiles at us in the firm belief that we will smile back. Jollly folks presence so completely fills us with their spirit of happiness Send today for this book of savings. Compare the prices of the world's largest store with those you customarily pay—and you will understand why millions upon mil- lions of homes buy from this great Institution of it* Savings. Your dollar goes far- ther—buys more at Sears, Roebuck and Company. Mail this Coupon for Big Catalog there is 110 I'oom for anything ; else. i Cal Gibson and family were Dallas visitors from Friday un- til Sunday night. Aubry Bellomy and wife of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR YELLOW JACKET Ctntinued from page 5. OUR NEW HOME IS READY II COME TO SEE US DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MUi OLA STATE SANK Mineola, Texas Ml; * IIIlli"l>IIIIHIHHlllir.jTriA!ITiH'.—:• NKi called upon to give tHeir re- ! port about some social affair. I They dected that a hike would i be lots of fun and would also I be tfood exercise for the memb- ers. It was decided that we should leave the £codl. house Thursday afternoon at four and o'clock and hike to Breezy Hill and there toast wienes and marshmellows. Thursday morning found everyone Quite excited over the coming hike but by Thursday afternoon ii was raining, so we decided it best to postpone the hike until somf other time. PEP SQUAD TO HAVE COSTUME w()ii! s.r in n ym heard the latest? Tlu {op squad of M. II. S. is t > have orange and white costumes," This question was discuss- I in a p?p meet- ing Monday and was decided that the oir'should have white dresses trimmed with orange while the boys are to ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

p*ir The Mineola J\lonitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. — MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1926. NUMBER 33. Perfection I Pl ffl WW' MACLIN SELLS LAKE FORK TOURIST CAMP. MISS WETENKAMP, LON MORRIS PIANO HEAD, DIES S3' not Cost BAKERY A deal was closed last week wherby Garlan Maclin dispos. S j ed of his property known as the" |! Lake Fork Tourist Camp. This j i: is a very desirable piece of j j j property, having been develop-; ed by Mr. Maclin during the past summer. The purchasers ; are Louisiana parties and they ; will take charge of the proper- ty on December 1st. Mr. Maclin has not decided just what he will do in the future but for the time being he will move , his family to Mineola. rERNMENT ESTIMATES COTTON CROP EVER PRODUCED PIE SUPPER AT DEMOCRAT According to the Government • stimate issued last Monday. I this years cotton crop is the largest ever produced. The es-' timate places the number of 5- 00 pounds bales at 17,454....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

■ T 1 THE MINEOLA MONITOR 'W.WMWI1 Jor Economical iTu"spjTi<~.i\jr. X. -i '-4 a • p "r - ■ l£ V ff>- 4 ^CHEVROLF. Marvelous Smoothness at any Speed / Today's Chevrolet provides a multiple" cylinder smoothness of operation at every speed that is unequaled anywhere in the low-price field! Everywhere its velvet-like performance qualities amaze all who drive it—every- where the smoothest Chevrolet in Chev- rolet history is acknowledged as one of the outstanding engineering achieve- ments of the day! Let us demonstrate Chevrolet's marvelous smoothness at every speed. Or better still, drive the car yourself! Then you will know why today's Chevrolet is such a marked favorite among buyers who demand the exceptional in economical motor car performance. ' Small down payment and convenient terms. Asic about our 6% Purchase Certificate Plan. s&'SJO 8&-$645 i $ 765 M-Ton Truck Chassil Only *375 I-Tfo Track tlCAi Cluatit Only Price* Lo.b. Hint, Mich* ^ A* rtSbl. A. W. Fulcher & ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR >R SALE—0. I. C. Gilts and >lan China Pigs—See W. D. WILLIAMS, Mineola or W. T. SOOZER at Sand Springs. 2-32 We are still grinding corn .into meal also making old mat- stresses into new ones. J. K. 3mith, Mineola. Phone 37. 28-4tp Guaranteed Glasses Cost No More Than Any Others BABY CHICKS FOR SALE JLarge type Barron Strain ""lite Leghorn baby chicks J.50 per hundred. Anconas $11 lode Island Reds and Barred louth Rocks $12, Buff Or- tons and White Wvandot- $13 per hundred. These are husky, pure bred, hatched select eggs from our heav- layers. We pay the postage guarantee live delivery. ipt shipments. Order from ad. The James Hatchery, anesville, Texas. 27 12tc. When you get your glasses here they are guaranteed to fit and give you comfort. They cost you no more than others. I do my own lens grinding and in most cases can fit and make you a pair in two hours. You select your frame from my largi stock su_- vid know what you get. Dr L. E. Skinner, Tvler, Texas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR i: CHIROPRACTIC and RESULTS QUESTION—"What material evidence have you to of- fer that you can get desired results in all kinds of di- seased conditions? ANSWER—The success of any health system rests in the results that system accomplishes.. The Science of Chiropractic, a drugless system, has only its results in restoring the sick to health to account for its pheno- menal growth. Today it is a tried and proven Science, established with more than 20,000 practitioners, and secure in its future with millions of followers,—patients suffering with every concievable kind of desease. RESULTS count. Results represent the very best of material evidence of the health of the worth of anything. Chiropractic is founded upon the idea that health is a matter of the proper adjustment of the human spine; that disease is the result of nerve inpingemeht cutting off the free transmission of functional energy supplied by the brain to the organ involved. Chiropractic is known by its RE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Mineola High School NO. VOU 4. Yki.i.ow jacket staff Editor-in-Chief . Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief Lula B. Kingston Social Editor r— - .. Ruth Carswell AtMetic Editor I/eon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior Louise Thorpe Julnior —.Francis Cannon \^Sophomore --•-«* .— Lula Little Freshman ~-~t~ Vendelie Vandiver Sjib-Freshman —l Edna Mae Kingston _ 3TERS BEING MADE BY J them to Longview with the CIVICS CLASS STL DENTS same old determination to win. Several students of the civics ; PEP MEETING FRIDAY class have been very busy the] past week making posters for j Johnnie Willis, our peppy the Art exhibit which the Min- yell leader, called the pep squad ola schools are planning 09 1 together last, Friday at noon aving some time in November, j for a practic meeeting before These posters will include J the game in the afternoon, teresting facts about our 1 Several new yells were learned Country and will be worth j and the squad felt after the studying and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

■V THE MINEOLA MONTTOP S&:- Bets and Short Hair By JANE OSBORN The Soul of a Butterfly The Doctor's Dilemmas (Cojpyri;-ht.) ••OKSIDES, if you had your hair bobbed, you wouldn't look so Sfitt. and the boys would like you a tot better," said Mrs. *Westerman. Afrs. Westerman's niece, Nancy Gray, across the hotel luncheon table, pouted her lips prettily. "You know 4ad likes my hair lo: u. After you've gone to all the trouble and expense to t bring me to the city i hate to be con- iteary." **1 knew you'd consent." beamed her j«*mt. "You'll just have time for it jiSiis afternoon. We le:r.v for home at | tight tomorrow morn : g—so you'U jtoave to have it done this afternoon. <FI1 go right after luncl yon to make 'an appointment." Like a good many recently bobbed jmlddle^iped women, Mrs. Westernian was ber.t on having ev< ry other woin- •n—especially the you or ones—fol- low suit But that \v.:s not all. P.e- tore she left Dennist* t for a week's sojourn in the city with her pretty...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

* THE MINEOLA MONITOR AVE! i J Auto Supplies You can nearly buy your gas and oil with the savings you can make on auto supplies and accessories by purchasing from this book. Every thing you can*need is listed and priced at a iigure less than you are accustomed to pay. A tremendous purchasing powfcr and the economies of selling by mail make possible prices that will radically cut down the cost of operating your car. Tires, tubes, batteries, fen- ders, springs, radiators, almost everything needed on your car is here. And every item is backed by the famous Sears, Roebuck guaran- tee of satisfaction. You can't make a bad buy. And you can't avoid saving money by buying. Get the thrift habit. Start now ordering Auto Supplies by snail. Send the Coupon for this Catalog! >-XV;7' P?t' This book makes every dollar work overtime for you! It is very easy, very practical and very sensible —this buying by mail from Sears. To open this catalog and follow its 800 pages is like walking into the gr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 October 1926

THE MINEIOLA MONITOR COME TO SEE US •h SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING BANK MIN Mineola MEN ABE GOOD SHOPPERS We men (altho women will never give us credit) are very good shoppers. 1 No waste of time—no NEW FELTS $2.95 to $4 95 We know what we want, display of temperament. Take our hats. A woman thinks about buying a month—tries on every hat in town—goes home—talks it over with the neighbors and finally buys one she isn't satisfied with. But a man—ah! He buys scientifically! He sud* denly says—guess I'll buy a new hat. Drops into and mentions his size—points one out—puts it on and is satisfied. ♦ T T ❖ t ? % Otfces, all kinds of Cakes at S&Kb Bakery. I want to buy your turkeys. ens. W. D. See us for Heaters. Prices which will make you buy. DuBose and Cage. Rev. W. A. Richardson of Winnsboro was in the city Tues- day greeting old friends. SPECIAL—10 qt. granitic water bucket for 50c at War- ren's Variety Store. '"Flora" for unruly ty Barber Shop. hair. FOR RENT—Two lighthouse-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 November 1926

m The Perfection Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF V™?.OLA AND VTGOD CCUTTY MINEOLA, WOOI> COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 4, 1926. NUMBER 34 . RHOLES—HASTINGS [ML. not Cost BAKERY NOR B, Y. P. U (Sub. of Ljesson.) study that we may learn.' luction —by Laud rench. A girl who served at home- It accidently "leaked out" in' Mineola this week that Mr. J Frank Rholes, Jr., son of Mr. j and Mrs. F. W. Rholes, and j Miss Ha Hastings, daughter of j Mr. George Hastings of Haines j ville, had stole a march on their | friends and were quietly mar- j ried at Quitman some two weeks | ago. The young people had planned not to announce ' i their marriage until Christmas j i but it is hard to keep such ' secrets. Revl Baker preform-! | ed the ceremony. The happy ■ J young couple are now at liome 4 I with the family of the groom j ; in Mineola. Mrs. Rholes was a j 1 student last year at M. H. S. and has many friends in Min- eola. The Monitor extends con- j gratulations. MINEOLA EXTENDS INVIT...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR for Economical Transportation m M :C ART AND SCHOOL EXHIBIT DATES ANNOUNCED ~ DECEMBER 7TII—10TH Chev Tlie Landau, $765 (f. o. b. Flint, Mich.) •ff'' M hj Z> wl c JO hi The World fe3v2d.es 210 iinct! c-nciTolet is faeonly low-prtc-'d car offering closed bodies by ;.3rie.--acK!iowjcdge.d everywhere to represent the highest order of beauty, luxu/*-, safety and value. On the leading cars m ey cry pnee class tne I isher emblem is accepted as a hallmark ot distinction. The Yellow Jacket is auth- orized to announce the dates of the Art and School Exhibit to be conducted by the Mineola Schools from December 7 to 10 inclusive. Last year the school booked the Art Exhibit, consisting1 of color reporductions of old and modern master pictures, from thfc Colonial Art Company of Oklahoma City. The exhibit was held the first week in December and a sum was netted from which several handsome pic- tures were purchased for al! the rooms at the ward school nad t)ie auditorium at ...

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