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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 November 1926

• • ; ' ' : v ' .*. • ■ THE MINEOLA MONHOP EYE-SE NU GRAPE ORANGE f —NIT GRAPE PUTS OUT A NEW PRODUCT— ORANGE Demand it in the EYE-SE Bottle—Big Fellow GRADY RAPE Local Agent MINEOLA, TEXAS We have added two more new machines to our already well equipped Garage. One 30-to V/ever high powered press and one Auto Wrecking machine [rfor picking up wrecked cars. So if you happen to accident, phone 174 and we will do the rest. Quick Service at a reasonable charge. W. E. LOTT & SON MINEOLA, TEXAS Mineola High School HAZ^L M92ELEY VISITS I HIGH SCHOOL VOL^4. _ qmi i NO. S YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief .... .... — Lula B. Kingston Social Editor ..... Ruth CarsweH Athletic Editor : Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior Louise Thorpe Junior Francis Cannon Sophomore - .. Lula Little Freshman J. — - _.Vendelie Vandiver Sub-Freshman Edna Mae Kingston be- EIGHT YEARS OF PEACE SPORTS YELLOW JACKETS BOW TO LONG VIEW LOBOES In tfcke second conferen...

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

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 November 1926

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR mm fe ■ \ m ~ ; 5 i\ ii ii i Armistice Celebration You Are Invited To Wood County's 8th Annual Armistice Day Celebration to be held at III1926 Under the Auspices of the Ex-Service Men of Wood county, backed by the American Legion, the Lions Club and Business Men of Mineola. MID CONCERT 11 A. M. TO 12 M. MINEOLA MUNICIPAL BAND ELEVEN O'CLOCK MEMORIAL SERVICES With Appropriate exercises, in- cluding a stirring address by a pro- minent speaker, concluding with one minute silent prayer in sacred memory of ''our buddies who paid the supreme srcrifice," a I 41 ■ a GRAVES TO BE DECORATED A committee of World War vet- erans ha? been designated to de- corate the graves of every Ex- Srvice man in the county. PATRIOTIC PARADE AT 2:30 Every school in Wood county is invited to take part in the most gi- gantic and patriotic parade ever staged in the county. SI00.00 in prizes offered as fol- lows : £15. Prettiest Car representing any school or community. (Mineola not eligible.)...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I 2 I ♦To T V GREAT SALE! Begins October 5th $2500 Worth Dry Goods Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Must Be Sold at Sacrifice Price We do not have tim your self. The .0 h,, <p JL si W W ** Come and see for sale ever pulled erf In this section f: *! * B 6 % —- "■" 11 Or nn^T r iiUdl ;■ - 1 Graver's Cash i* v ♦> t ❖ ❖ t ? T T r t T T T T ? ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ f T ❖ ❖ t T ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦> T T ? V t * V ♦> ?T 4 GOLDEN GLEANINGS If i.iere if some new thought some higher concept of life that that helps and blesses us, let us pass it on. We should not cn>m 0111* thinking machine full of selfishness. We may have our shoulder to the wheel of progress but that shoulder is on the wrong side of the wheel. Last night our town was a live wire, all the young folks were celebrating Hallowe'en, and from the noise they made thqy celebrated enough for two Hallowe'ens. The seniors met at the home of Mrs. Lydia Gibson's. The juniors at Mrs. Mamie McQueens. Mrs. Annie Head left Tues- day last for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MONRO* COME TO SEE OS SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Window Glass—All sizes, Priced low. DuBose and Cage. Good oak posts, second hand roofing, plow tools and other farm implements for sale, see GAULAN MAO UN. Take" with the Metho- dist. ladies on Armistice Day at the J. G. Chappell building opposite freight depot. We have some second-hand Beds, Saf6S, Buffetts. Side- Boards—at low prices. DuBose and Cage. Mrs. Jack Roach returned Saturday night from Dallas and Fort Worth where she spent several days visiting. Visit Breezy Hill and try our nice sandwiches, hamburgers and chili. We will please you. Breezy Hill, LOCAL, >PK SPECIAL—10 qt. granite water bucket for 50e at War- ren's Variety Store. FURNISHED ROOM F O U RENT. Telephone No. 87. Cakes, all kinds of Cakes at Niiss' Bakery, Try our chili, s.mdwiches «yid Plain Mid Kiwy rxi by—- lKS. tfECK and MRS. BUTLER. * ■ >5*r ,M-2tp Angel Food Cakes and' Layer Dakes at Nuss* Bakery. ■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 11, 1926. NUMBER 35 THE SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM MONDAY NOV. 15—ONE DAY ONLY "The SOCIAL HIGHWAYMAN." —MONTAGUE LOVE—DOROTHY DEVORE— —ALSO —GOOD COMEDY— 10—25— TUESDAY NOV, 16—ONE DAY ONLY "THE MAN FOUR SQUARES" —BUCK JONES— —COMEDY "CHARLIE MY BOY ' 10—25— WEDNESDAY NOV, 17—ONE DAY ONLY "THE WILDERNESS WOMAN." —AILEEN PRINGLE—LOWELL SHERMAN— —ALSO —GOOD COMEDY— 10—25— THURSDAY NOV. 18—ONE DAY ONLY ''THE GAY DECEIVER" • —LEW CODY—CANNEL MYERS— —COMEDY "SOAPSUDS LADY"—10—25 FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. IS—rSAT. M'ATlNEE §} "THE LISTING ROMANCE" | —KEED HOWE— | —COMEDY "DIZZY DADDIES" —10—25— ' T SAAUEADAY NIGHT NOV.29 TOM MIX —COMEDY "SKY .BOUND"—10—25— "TONEY RUNS WILD" Let this community join wholehearted with State and Nation in the observance of Armistice Day. A Day written white by the purity of a million hero souls. Have you so soon forgotten? How wild we were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

THE Mil*KOLA MONITOR >4'* Armistice Celebration mwmi WW WllifWHiil II IH BR You Are Invited To Wood County's 8th Annual Armistice Day Celebration to be held at Under the Auspices of the Ex-Service Men of Wood county, backed by the American Legion, the Liens Club and Business Men of Mineola. tONCERT 11 a. m. to 12 m. I! heola municipal band ELEVEN O'CLOCK MEMORIAL services With Appropriate cxercises, in- cluding a stirring address by a pro- minent speaker, concluding with one minute silent prayer in sacred memory of "our buddies who paid the supreme srcrifice." patriotic parade Af 2:30 Every school in Wood county is invited to take part in the most gi- gantic and patriotic parade ever staged in the county. $100.00 in prizes offered as fol- lows: $15. Prettiest Car representing any school or community. (Mineola not eligible.) $10 Second prize. $10 Best decorated individual car $5 Second prize. $10 School having largest numb- er school children in parade. $5 Second prize. $10 Best C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

THE MENKOLA MONITOR n GREAT AVING SALE! fefc November 5th $25000 Worth Dry Goods Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Must Be Sold at Sacrifice Price gavel ♦;♦ ►> We do not have time to make prices. Come and see for your self. The greatest sale ever pulled off in this section I t I % T T > ■83K«SSa#E8^jilMfi?!<®3R T!*W3C::a&ai;'SaBE^'SaOStIja^TJ--wL:5M«SJSiS!; .^ftBSfltSi:;<^>3®&EiSs&JGgig3EKJ35?"^'"': £'^Tj£.-23Kg':JiaB«gnB^.«M83^rot^ s~r>cv;: -u"iv,',g.ac¥3 gw R ^ |W p$1 ^ 3 £S f\ £r g*^ &a ^ & *5* 3 qssa j% ^ c-« 1 IIOI urc m irr V9L It I U 01 It? tgvs. E («Fu lliycia. ■ Iibwi lUi Graver's Cash f% i iAi I >"'■. >:* r LOOK OUT FOR BIG CIRCULAR (&wtiyNews HOPE NEWS God was with us last Sun- day, Because we had a good Sunady School and preaching Sunday as Bro. Titsworth was the preacher. Everybody come next Sunday and bring someone with you. Bro. Titsworth will preach for us again and may- be all the year the church call ed him for pastor. We receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR F —OORBIT GIBSON KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCI- DENT SUNDAY NIGHT J. C. (Corbit) :';bson a local bukin.es man, w? killed and Chester Rountree was was bad- \f injured in an -"tomobile ac- cident Sunday night. The ac- cident occured ah lit five miles out of Mt. Plea^int on the Oarksville road. Ham Roun- tree was also ir the car but escaped uninjured. The three had started to Clarksville when Hiev met an automobile which blinded the driver, •turned to the right of the road but seeing that he w&s in "the ditch and to avoid ai> accident turned sharply to ' the left throwing all three through the right hand window of'the car. A barbed wire fence beside the road is supposed to have caused the death of Mr. Gibson. It is believed that upon leaving the car he struck a post of the fence, crushing his skull and badly catting him about the head. . After the accident the two less- er injured of the three carried Mr. Gibson to a hotel in Mt. Pleasant where Mr. Gibson died sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

lUUAi i t .t -v-J B : ; iJ' - iff*.*':?. P* Ir.L Yii BLANKETS $1.85 BLANKETS FOR $1.59 $1,98 BLANKETS FOR 1.69 $2.25 BLANKETS FOR 1.98 $3.25 BLANKETS FOR 2.89 $4.50 WOOL BANKETS FOR 3.75 MEM^AVORK CLOTHING GOOD OVERALLS 95 BE^T GRAD& OVERALLS ........ $1.49 $1.95 PAN^S-'I 1.65 $1.75 PANTS 1.59 GOOD $100 SHIRTS 89 75c '{SHIRTS .U 69 ! HOSE HOSE HOSE $1.95 HOSE $1.50 HOSE $1.00 HOSE 75c HOS E . 50c HOSE 1 25c HOSE .i.._ $1.69 1.29 ....LV:;\Vv\.# .89 ...L...59 ... ....... .39 21 DRESS GINGHAMS Uy2c DRESS GINGHAMS ...... 15c 32-ll^r GINGHAMS 25c 32-IN. GINGHAMS TOILE i>E -NOKD GINGHAMS IMPERIAL CHAMBRAY 27-tNi. PERCALE 36-IN. PERCALE ENGLISH PRINTS 50c SOUISETTE .10c 12</2c .. 17c .. . 22c .. . 25c . 7«/2c .. 16c . . 20c .. . 39c MISTICE DAY* Our Sto ** " fh 'r.hi - to our br e so vh v mistice p* y h v * n i I memory e tr i b/ td i • - > : ' - in paving tribute ; inders Field Ar« •i r*r memory. A trs. ; lk '/ . : ! Profi k ~ 'i ! >1 easant We are offering Special Money S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Jbr Economical Transportation ^ at ~tfose Jiow PricesJ te$5i© fes?^*735 Xaadiu$JSS Wt-Hmfiarp" 1-Xnn« ,*•**}- fcjfk -5^5 Irusk 4I8S Oafa Chassis Osft^ All prices f. o.b. Flint, Irlich- Small down payment and convenient terms. Ask about ei:r 0% Vurclxase Certificate PLw. Closed Cars that are Astounding Values No other closed cars at the price offer the luxury of bodies by Fisher with their acknowledged superiorities in craftsmanship, style and safety. No other closed cars at the price combine equal power and smoothness with equal thrift in use of gas and oil—for Chevrolet's famous valve-in-head motor has proved its worthiness in every phase of traffic and road performance. Finished in modish shades of lustrous Duco— roomy and attractively upholstered, Chevrolet closed cars offer every essential to the highest type of modern, comfortable motoring. A single ride will reveal the astounding value which has made them the choice of so many huncreds of thousands of buyer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MuiNiiun ou Has afforded our friends ar < pp< ? 'unity tf g* ing, Hats and ^hoes * p *« <-f that are or I 10 A JO 4 r.t ott< n so th- The Oppo ity ¥ t tnrs. 1111V We have already sold grt quantity bough expecting a Big FV-jI Business Goods must be coverted into cash cJ rdhandise. but ourselve? cv« d i \ order to r « rr be reduced We * \ fv^c rchardis^. These f > >n Ma**y of our friends hav* urged us ^ tage of the money saving bargains v pie appreciate it. Wear notseiliri store. If you have not attended cur IC* k n order that s ! ering. Vv e < ,- at specia. pn not let U is opporiw The Farmers itiiiiitj lc ult a civ an- r i i t j o si bt c tf e peo- viuctici.& throughout our y Co MINEOLA, TEXAS i EIGHT YEARS OF PEACE 1918-1926 i M FAIR ENOUGH As suddenly as they began the cannons hellish roar was stilled—the flames of hate and fury were quenched and the bloodredclouds of the most titanic struggle the world has ever known rolled away. Nvember the El...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 November 1926

1 r I llteaEl! 4, * i ig WHILE YOU CELEBRATE ARMISTICE DAY Don't forget that greater victory that coincs from FINANCIAL INDEPEND- ENCE. A good bank can help you in many ways, and we earnestly try to be helpful. SAFE, DEPENDABLE A:ND ACCOMMODATING *£§ >2 £2 Winter lime if' N MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas *r !!'iraiiB min!iiia!ramsi maminiBmffliiiimiffrtHiu1 lilllllllillHIIIHIHIflHJIIilll .Br. "S - li m f. f - - • t> ) i' r > lbs ... _ 12) Iw-iiS.tJJ 1 m if ETERN4L PEACE! In J:eening with f *;e c"7'"r"f that carried our Boys cr. and tnr.da it p:ssi:i!e fc-r us f? enjoy the benefits of their mast staered r:rt. A GLORIOUS AND LASTING PEACE, we .pin wit h Mineola, in fittingly commemorat- ing their great sr mice and valient service. BMZELTON LUMBER COMPANY Dealers in Lumber, Doors, Windows, Brick, Lime, Cement Builder's Hardware, Glass and Paint. v ->>>Niiiii>iuHinniiiinn!Hiiniuiiinuiain:!i<!ii!iH!!i iiiii:! Everyone Knew That Some Day a p,o«vm Oil Stove Would...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

■ • PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1926. j NUMBER 36 £ - <i Gifts ew and beautiful gifts for everyone ndsome line of new holiday gifts arriving every day, and offered at prices in keeping with the low price of cotton. Make your selections early and avoid the disapointment that usually comes to the belated Christmas shopper. BROOKS MILLINERY & GIFT SHOP I MINEOLA SCHOOLS PLAN SPECIAL THANKS GIVING CHAPEL SERVICE !so take p.n*t m ^he i will last only cordial invita- ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATION Wood county observed and celebrated, along with thous- andsof other places throughout the country, Armistice Day which marked the close of the World War in Nov. 1918. The celebration was held at Miu- eola under the auspices of the Ex-Service men of the county. It was not only a Mineola a* fair, but a county celebration participated in and attended by people from practically every Section of the county. It w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

THE M1NUOLA MONITOR U TOWN ON THE AIR. ocd N >yj/ . ii *J%i f <.✓ v We're o?i the air again with a Message! The life of a Good- rich rl 'Ye today is r> o :•ni ye I y amazing. I you want to tun© oo tire econ- nv, tome in and •: s r oodrich VCri iV' W Mineola Hardware Company Mineola, Texai Durifeek v o u n. c A IV That Well Groom- ed Look. Nothing- helps bring to this to lass rs, nrr'-. ?" a vhit to your barber. •$,' wjv nRsjDt© ciino tUlrll WS1U8 out WMK of Win the r*yeati$n m« ft very rational thought time. We kivow that J«n ft hundred years ahead oi e when he gave the world Itf veduafbta preventive of small- Only withia the kurt ten «r years hare r&cdaea Wen vd/ used for the prevention other equally serious diseases, * Vaccinas have almost obliterated ^phoid fever—with the Increase of lenowiedge in ganitary precaution*. One of the most dreaded disease# known today is scarlet fever. Children anywhere near a case oi tjhia terrible Infection should be Vaccinated by a goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

i* THE MINBOLA MONITOR V I i Basis REEVES TOOK MONEY—We pay 10 per cent MANY PRIZES on savings accounts. East Tex- j as Building Loafri and Saving Mr. Geo. Reeves is exhibiting Association, Tyler Texas. See —on which to establish banking relations is through mutual good will and confidence, —You want your bank to be a bulwark of strength and helpfulness to you in your business affairs. Your bank wants you to be a dependable friend, a cordial well wisher. —On this sound basis of mutual helpfulness, we in- vite your business FIRST NATIONAL BANK 128 ribbons representing a- wards from exhibits at the re- cent Dallas Fair of Wood caunty products exhibited by Mr. Ree- ves at the fair. Mr. Reeves tojok more prizes than any oth- er exhibitor and he is justly proud of the fact. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank each and everyone for the kindness shown us during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father. We especially thank the faithful doctor for his kind words and all he tried to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR mm ■BBBaaHKia&suXMWsvMU SElje jpsUa^s lUoruinft 33ieto£ MIMS BANK and SWINGS COMPANY DALLAS.TEXAS 1926 MO ggj°™g lu go,. *" " " " ' - NOT - NEGOTIABLE JUST TO IMPRESS UPON YOU THE BIG SAVING-S ON "THE MEWS ANNUAL REDUCED RATE: OPFER., Annual Reduced Rates Offer i i Ire ■ Make Yourself a Christmas Present For the last two years The Dallas News Annual Reduced Rates have been lower than any other North Texas big city News- paper. Once it was necessary to compromise on quality in order to save money. Now you can get the best for less. The Dallas News Is Noted For Its financial, market and oil pages, filled with complete, accurate reports, written by recognized authorities. Leading articles by the foremost thinkers of many callings. Clean popular fiction serials by well-known writers. "Women's pages with society news, fashion notes, home economics. Political news and cartoons. Wholesome comic strips daily and a big eight-page Sunday Comic Section. The livost sport...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

- '*£. THE MINEOLA MONITOR Mineola High School VOL. 4. No. 10 evening. The title of the play was, "The Enchanted Garden." High sehool student in the play were: Mozelle Blalock, Juanita (Bruner,: Roberta Morgan, Lola I Mae Hendrix, Carrie Lee Xun- nalee. * YELLOW JACKET STAFF PEP ■ 1 -1 Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor-in-Chief Social Editor £, l.Xi.>. Athletic Editor . ._4.. '. SPECIAL CLASS Senior T - Junior _ .i. Sophomore I Freshman Sub-Freshman L Abilene Ruff Lula B. Kingstor Ruth Cafpwell . Leon Aaron REPORTERS The second half started with both clubs determinded to win, and in this quarter better foot ball was played than in all the other three combined. The Yellow Jacket baekfield _ v j tought as did the line to over 1 come the lead and the thinking SQUAD HOLD ■ J of .Watts and the Ramming ASSMEBIA * Hearne together with interfer- Last Wednesday a pep assem- j ence gave the Yellow Jackets bly was held by the members , a touchdown but Browning miss of the Pep Squad, led by ;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

IHb MINEOLA MONITOR 12 mm cycles a. being perl , 1St remarkable ami v the Aiaer ticime Gone vi Mexican Church tery is attached to the ■pearance troui the wall i chui'ch of Tzintzuntssan, village situated on (tie e Patzcuaro, Mexico, of • mk!^ ihis yuiuuiiji is \>- perliays vnlu- the Afiieriv.n •i to the well-estabiistu ;! - •ame from the broah of 1 .vas (fie royal patron of ig of Spain. This cele- ng is said to have been hilip II from his collee- itiaus and presented to ,a, who brought it to this sio-u of Spain and placed •ish church of the proud At that remote time the pire just had fallen and Tzinizunt/aa, which was as the feivmost metropo- art of the country. i thy ceutrries since then us guard.d the painting au For I >-ig periods the .•losed to the curious eyes ind many legends sprang g the wonderful painting ned its marvelous beauty ;pite age and exposure of officers of the federal gov- t to tlie village a few days e an inventory of the ■rty, they found that the i been re...

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