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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

THE MINEOLA MOWITO* m WM-' * 8mO 4mm ftfM i#n & ff « l#rftl £sjj! mm Powered by a World Famous Moioi Embodying the moit recent developmenf* dlesign and the highest type of quality conytnv- tloa, the Chevrolet motor has won a worldwide reputation for power and economy of opera f ion- It is the only valve-in-head motor used in alow- priced car—exactly the type of motor which has won every race classic of recent years. With Its fully machined combustion chambers and expertly honed cylinder walls, it gives Chevroie I owners all the advantages of the valve-in-hea J principle, so successfully used on some of the most famous high-priced automobiles. Come in! Get a demonstration! Learn for your- ielf the power, stamina, and smoothness pro. Yided by Chevrolet's famous motorl A. W. Fulcher & Co. DEALERS Phone 120 Mineola, Texas QUALITY AT LOW COST BREAKING HOME TILS By A. B. CHAP1N I -MuRftY UP— I i UiTf ( GooD We ,TaLKS T)OW'T CRY AND 1>OWT WORRY ' \'ll Scgv make mv mask in THE we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 November 1926

r— " • . • •; 'ytf-h' ' THE MIMEOLA MONITOP " k The Opening Sale Continues MEN'S WORK CLOTHING GOOD OVERALLS 5 BEST GRADE OVERALLS $1.49 $1.95 PANTS 1.65 $1.75 PANTS ... ..\ 1.59 GOOD $1.00 SHIRTS 89 75c SHIRTS v.... , .69 HOSE HOSF. HOSE $1.95 HOSE $1.69 81.50 HOSE —- 1.29 $1.00 HOSE - 89 75c HOSE 59 50c HOSE 39 25c HOSE ........... 21 DRESS GINGHAMS 12 /2c DRESS GINGHAMS .10c 15c 32-IN. GINGHAMS 12«/|C 25c 3'4-IN. GINGHAMS 17c TOILE DE NORD GINGHAMS 22c IMPERIAL CHAMBRAY 25c 27-IN. PERCALE 7«/2c 36-IN, PERCALE 16c ENGLISH PRINTS 29c . 50c SOUISETTE - 39c ~ DRESSES ALL DRESSES RADICALLY REDUCED. $29.75 DRESSES FOR $24.75 $27.50 DRESSES FOR 22.75 $25.00 DRESSES FOR 19.75 $22.75 DRESSES FOR 18.75 $18.75 DRESSES FOR 15.75 816.75 DRESSES FOR 13.75 $13.75 DRESSES FOR 10.75 $12.75 DRESSES FOR 9.95 $ 9.95 DRESSES FOR .... 7.95 We have decided to continue our Opening Sale for several days. If you have not visited onr store this is your, invitation to call while our Opening Sale is in progr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

r{\ v , a l The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND 1VOOD COUNTY Volume 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 25, 1926. NUMBER 37 Perfection r 1 not Cost IUSS' BAKERY A solid carload of rose plants and nursey stock was shipped from Mineola last week, the plants valued at $125 per thous- car contained more than 40,000 and, the car shipped was valu- ed at $5,460.00 and represents SOLID CARLOAD j the product of only a -few acres ed by them. Those haveing NURSEY PRODUCTS of land. It is estimated that stock in the car are, J. A. Ford SHIPPED FROM MINEOLA ;20,000 plants can be grown on and Dr. Blackwell of Haines- one acre and the plants are sold ville, H. C. Cherry of Mineola a year ahead, taken for deliw and A. E. Cherry of Quitman, ery next year. By this method Mr. Ford and the Cherry broth the producer knows in advance ,ers havfc been engaged in this just what his crop will be and (work for several years but what he will receive for it. The heretofo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

THE MDNSOLA MONITOR WHAT DO YOU CALL IT? Why is it that of the child- ren bora about fifty years ago, one is today, President of the United States, another is door keeper in the White House? One is the head of the Beth- lehem Steel Works, another a worker in his factory? One the best known and most successful banker, another a street clean- er? One a popular and weathy merchant, another his credit customer? It is for the most part a question of training. The one knows* the other does not. Of\e has the confidence that comes thorough business training, thf other has not. One is trained in the elements of business procedure and has the qualities of honesty, indus- try, the faculty of imagination and the power to go ahead on his inative while the other has not. Such training is largely incidental. Please bear in mind that theBryne Commercial Col- lege gives special attention to incidental training. Outside of our text books. We give much instruction in manners, morals, business conduct ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

§>: THE MNEOLA MONITOR ^ 100 Acres of L and—Joining city limits, on highway for sale in small or large tracts. J. D. DOWELL, 2tc33 HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted white or black—309 Sabine st. 18-inch Heaters S1.75. DuBose and Cage. 1 Wm j FURS! FURS! Beginning Saturday, Nov. 20th, I will be at SPEIGHT'S GROCERY in MINEOLA every Satur- day and at QUITMAN every 1st Monday. Will Buy your FURS and pay highest market prices. P. MITCHAM C Me B 4 U Sell MANY VISITORS TO MARK TWAIN'S CAVE Magic of Humorist's Name Still Powerful. We have added two more new machines to our already well equipped Garage. One 30-to Wever •high powered press and one Auto Wrecking machine for picking up wrecked cars. So if you happen to an accident phone 174 and we will do the rest. Quick Service at a reasonable charge. W. E. LOTT & SON MINEOLA, TEXAS The Soundest Basis —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 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

SB THE MJNEOLA MONTFOE TO MY HOST OF FRIENDS AND PATIENTS The expressions of cheer, sympathy and encour- agement that have come to me the past few days make me feel that life was never more worth living —that life's work could never be more urgent. It seemed like a call from the whole world for me to do my best—to do as I had never done before. That many who have been helped by Chiropractic should choose such a time to lend me words of en- couragement, is worth more than the things that can be bought with gold. Again thanking you—each one—I pledge you my best efforts will be given to those who suffer. Most sincerely. Dr. £. P. Bunn Chiropractor Mineola Quitman -between the merchant and his i customers. To furnish fair and honorable competition among its members. The local organization starts off with thirty-five charter members, and the officers and directors are as follaws: Presi- dent, J. B. Whitten; Vice-Presi dent, H. G. Pegues; Treasurer. J. D. Harris; Secretary, H. 0. Rogers. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

IBs „ MINEOLA MONITOR !*• u i f; ji I t •; >j;t I i !; • I * if - If & •TJ: :t>r5; . r • :4 Mineola High School & VOL. 4. No. 12 YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor Edifcer-in-Chief ., Associate Editor-in-( Social Editor Athletic Editor Senior Junior lef | :: SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Sophomore man ob-Freshman : THANKSGIVIi Mrs. Fred Steed. i.:! Abilene Huff Ltila B. Kingston .. ,...^1 Ruth Carswell Leon Aaron Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon lv.__r.Lula Little . Vendelie Vandiver Edirn Mae Kingston; won 1 and tied one, we havent won a conference game,; this year but you will take cffipyour hat to the Yellow Jacket when we "return for Winnsboro on Turkey Day. Even though we haveh't won <i conference game this year we will be entirely satisfied with the season's playing when we return with the title of having beaten Winnsboro. WARREN S FORTH ANNIVERSARY November 18th marked the fourth anniversary of Warren's Variety Store in Mineola. to commemorate the occasion and as a token of a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

PBS" <¥* > :-H < ■ - m READJUSTMENT i SALE STARTS NOVEMBER 26TH SALE STARTS NOVEMBER Shoes and Bootees for Men and Boys MEN'S BOOTEES $8.50 VALUE FOR $6.95 MEN'S BOOTEES $6.75 VALUE FOR $5.95 BOY BOOTEES $4.50 VALUE FOR $3.75 MEN S FINE SHOES, ALL LEATHER $6.00 AND $7.00 VALUES FOR $2.95 MEN'S FINE HIGH GRADE SHOES FOR $3.98 MEN'S HIGH GRADE $4.00 WORK SHOES FOR $2.85 BOY'S SHOES $3.50 VALUE FOR ..$1.95 BOY'S SHOES $4.00 VALUE FOR . . $2.39 Boys Suits BOY S SUITS $15.00 VALUE FOR .. $8.95 BOY'S SUITS $8.50 VALUE FOR __ $6.95 BOY'S SUITS $12.50 VALUE FOR $7.95 All Merchandise in our store is greatly reduced in price during this sale. CLOTHING Men's Suits and Overcoats MEN'S SUITS $18.50 VALUE FOR $12.95 MEN'S SUITS $20.00 VALUE FOR $14.95 MEN'S SUITS $25.00 VALUE FOR $19.50 MEN'S OVERCOATS $20.00 VALUE FOR $12.95 ONE LOT MEN'S OVERCOATS TO CLOSE OUT AT . $5.95 SWEATERS MEN'S COAT SWEATERS $6.95 VALUE FOR $5.95 MEN'S COAT SWEATERS $5.50 VALUE FOR $4.95 MEN'S COAT SWEATERS $3....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

YHE MINBOUA MOHHO* pi m t SBj ' if.' K' m i p ■ j D ;f S- ji$ sSsiftf BP ? BB ^5"" Economical Transportation ■m&m V- 243b* *W8 E fa© jrse£f alifcesr Low Frizes! "SounnfT «• $ JE? 'ft JBrSk EoaciSar • Jk j& 'J - . Urn ') Co acfc av g^S. JSk $$!? Coups ■ ■ • ^jsji#® Four-Door Sedan. • • £ Landau SSf3X5 SS'495 Lthun^ i -*A( CHuuiuOtU* f. o. b. Flint, Michigan Small d oti>« payment and convenient terms. Ask about our 6% Pur- chase Certificate Plan. Learn what it really means to drive ti low- priced car that is delightfully smooth ai ever 7 speed—thai exhibits ciick-of-the-heel acceler- ation—that can be driven at 4 0 and 50 111 v s an hour—hour attc? hour—without the slightest sense of forcing or fatlsjur' Tak^ t!.ie wheel of? ChevrcU ; yourself! Until you actually drive a Chevrolet, yen cannot realize how it combines ail those qual- ities that have been the big reasons for the purchase of costlier cars. Never before has any low-priced automobile combined such brilliant beaut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 November 1926

THE MNEOLA MONUPOP OfCSSCS ONE WEEK. REGARDLESS OF COST, QUALITY OR MATERIAL WE WILL SELL EVERY DRESS IN OUR STOCK AT ACTUAL COST. EVERY DRESS MUST RE SOLD. FOR THE COMING WEEK WE WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL PRICE INDUCEMENTS SWEATERS Sl-50 Sweaters Sweaters — $501 Sweaters Sweaters — S2-95 S3 95 6-85 SUITS A complete range of Sizes in BOY'S CLOTHING ALL GOODS AT ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST A Complete line of PETERS SHOES, Sizes to fit every member of the family, prices to fit every family pocket book. See us before buying. MEN'S UNIONS §100Grade for SI*25 Grade for SI 50 Grade for ~ 2 Pc Unions at each - 8§c S! 21 69c UNIONS Boy's S| flfl Unions 79c Children EZ Style —. ~— {jfjc Children EZ Unions 79c Ladies Unions LADIES HATS A nice selection of Ladies Hats in Velvets and Satins—Regardless of" former cost your choise— SI 49 GINGHAMS I Lot Gingham |(Jc 1 Lot 32 .in Gingham 16c Imperial Chambray 25c Toile de nord ~ LER THE STORE WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME kg HOUSE FOR RENT—Apply MR...

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

y'4 • 7ri" ' . ,r s? •t • '. * '-W . x;UJ ^ ■ ■ Awf - ■a: PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND VOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, #EXAS, THURSDAY, December, 3, 1926. Perfection % NUMBER 38 * JEWELRY for Christmas Giving not Cost NUSS' BAKERY BIRTHDAY PARTY At the pleasant home of Mrs. Delta Bruner. on last Saturday quite a number of Miss Geneva Brunei' ?s friends met to cele- brate her 10th birthday, and 5hey sure had one most joyous time. Many nice present, were giv- which were highly appreciated but the most appreciable part part of the eveiit. was the loving smiles, the hearty greet- ings, and tjhe kindly wishes, for a long and happy life, tender- ed by the guests. Those present were: Misses, Sara Dorothy Harl. Ruih Ste- vens, Irine Graham. Thelma Fulcher.. Janice Greer. Charm Moseley, Bettie Marie J/nipp, Lillian Bobbett, and Mray Mor- gan, besides her sisters' Mrs. E. G. Mosely, assisted Miss Geneva's mother, jn serv- nig the refreshments, which ■were up to date. ...

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

•>r? THE; M1NE0LA MONITOR Pmat Briquettes May Solve Bog Problemt Bogs have become to Ireland a sym- bol of hopelessness and futility, says the Irish Statesman. They are con- nected in imagination with roads that lead nowhere, with financial failure, jnuddy mentality «nd implantable pastes. Nevertheless, at the bottom the hog of this despondency lurks • belief that somehow, some time. by Come discovery there, these liabilities ■Bight become good assets. It might be worth the while of the department of conimen-e and indus- try Inquiring into the process de ■cribed l y Doctor l'erkin in a paper Wad before the chemistry section of the British association. Other by- products of peat were also discussed by Doctor Perltin. Ireland Is prodigal- ly endowed with bogs and she cannot ■fford to lei &lide without considering any intervention which might make her huge bog areas profitable. We are well aware of all the gold that has been sunk in Irish bogs in the past, hut human ingenuity fi...

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

SHFi ♦'* ( if w< • ! E&tiSst THE MINEOLA MONITOR jtm E 1926 . cAfiain Chevrolet's reate^lYear it'* m F;~ '. In 1925 Chevrolet astonished the automotive world hy attain- ing an annual production never before reached by any manufac- turer of gearshift automobiles. Yet, so spectacular has been the increase in demand for Chevro- let cars, that a new and even more brilliant record is the climax for 1926. Thus, for I in) years in succession, Chevrolet has broken all its pre- lions records and has set a neu r.-.ark in cuzor.iotive history. This splendid achievement re- . *nati x^;ur. payment and convenient terms. suits from a steadfast adherence to the fundamentalChevTolet policy of building a car of the finest pos - sible quality to sell at a low price. That the vast majority of buyers now demand a car of this type— and that Chevrolet has been suc- cessful in building such a car— possessing the highest degree of smooth performance, smart ap- pearance, and economical oper- ation—is ...

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

r>£- wr-tr THE MINEOLA MONITOR STORES AT Pittsburg Farmers ville Ladonia Van Alatyne Royce Gity Whitewright Sanger Pilot Point Mineola RIM istmas opening PENING BEGINS SAT DEC, 4TH V Ail eyes are naturally turned on Devenport's j Store for Holiday shopping expecting greater j ues than ever before, we have a large stock | yotif selection and the price to meet any purse [ ■ *■* I* • Wl H >y's $2f.00 Steel Wagons __ $1.59 j 75c Holiday Comb and Brush Set 49c | If $1.00 Genuine Leather Foot Ball 89c 50c Framed Pictures — 29c p $1.00 Framed Pictures 59c | 65c Doll Trunks 49c ;* 8 piece China Set 25c j 15 Inch Crying Baby Doll 89c ! Remember we are cutting the price deep on regu- lar; merchandise. u See our large circular for more bargains. DEVENPORTC VARIETY STORE Texas 1 - abr"-4 ten tv«.V' MODEL 35 RECEIVER Including Battery/Cable, Log " |INMI—mil i ill lil |N mil I jsuMM^WMMNQRHBMNHBi I, without tubes andjbatteries, (SunfrHewy HOARD NEWS It seemed for a while last 'hursday that ...

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

■' ' 1 rW-—{T ■ V->S 7y •. . . ' "■ 'r.f >• .3r el® *4i KVlr THE jgNBOLA MONITOR 1 ■1 THE YELLOW JACKET Chr pel DuBost*, Nelson 3eftn.fe Beaii'd, Helen Jones,"'S'r M. t. Estelle Ellison. Com. Estelle !lng' . ,,,.iMj,ss Char tit— JtL very tyiing that 1 have looked at this mora | EGGS FOR RETTING i IS-POnr ttjy -Sliver Laced Wyaa- M* ^—iki— VOL. 4. V \ 'is. No. 12 YELLOW JACKET STAFF , merce, Glej^ English, Dun-an. Cl$de Cash. Burlesbn. rob ' '• HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA MAKES FIRST APPEARANCE HAY FOR SALE—Hay from the JacfcioivHarris^farro, now , I have dropped." 7 owned.^by J. C. Wishard nice dotters. 15 ejrgs $1.00. E. G. Piestcn Moody —" .WfT&napP^ to ^KS. J- MOSELEYT:' . 38te don t look at me. my ai'tth- I SHARD, 1 hone 89. .^8-.{c j nietie grade is low j ready.'; enough al- CASE DISMISSED Dr. E. P. Bunn left today .for Gilmer to attend the trial oi Dr. Tiner, who r- charged with FOR ' SALEL-'R^gistered Jersey cattJe. all ages. T. L.-WILKER- SON, Rural Route 3, Quitman Spon...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Struggle for Status Inherent in Humanity What Is the meaning <>f self-eon^! sciousness, reserve, shyness, which vv>> j so frequently feel in presence of si ran- j gers? It is certainly not always l'ear | of physical violence. It is the fear j that we will not make a gi od impres- ' sion, that we are not looking our best. ' that we shall not be able to Uve up j to our conception of ourselves and par- j ticularly that we shall not be able to ! live up to the conception which we t should like other persons to have us. 1 We experience this shyness in the j presence of our own children. It is • only before our most intimate friends that we nre able to relax wholly and so be utterly undignified and at ease. It is only under such circumstances, if ever, that communication is complete and that distances which separate in- dividuals are entirely dissolved. This world of communication and of "distances," i;i which we all seek to maintain some sort of privacy, p...

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

TUB MINEOLA MONITOR Acres of Land—Joining city limits, on highway for sale in small or large tracts. y. D. DOWELL, 2tc33 HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted white or black—309 Sabine St. 18-inch Heaters $1.75. DuBose and Cage. FURS! FURS! Beginning Saturday, Nov. 20th, I will be at SPEIGHT'S GROCERY in MINEOLA every Satur- day and at QUITMAN every 1st Monday. Will | Buy your FURS and pay highest market prices. P. MITCHAM C Me B 4 U Sell 1 We have added two more new machines to our ;ady well equipped Garage. One 30-to Wever ►h powered press and one Auto Wrecking machine >r 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 ' The Soundest !. Basis IM VETERANS STILL NEED RED CROSS BARTON TO HEAD BAPTIST PROGRAM . jn 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 af...

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

HBBWIT m i - i FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY This hank has never been operated with the sole purpose of 'MUST MAKING MONEY," but has always tried to work for the Upbuilding of the community realizing that the success or failure of all our institutions depends large ly on the prosperity of those we serve. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas • Nu Grape is a good health; I dri^k, give the children all the j • Nu Grape they will drink, tf. j ! Don't forget the P- T. A. j meeting at the Gramar School j building next Tuesday after- j I noon at 3:45. A nicely furnished front bed j room for rent close in. Phone [ 7f>. •' 37 tf FOR SALE- Half gallon jar of nice blackberries. 25c. the jar. W. D. KITCHENS. S it FOR SALE or TRADE—For fatting hce, two fine breed heffers. Mrs. Ruth Scott. :'7tr! Mr. and Mrs. Patrick of Wiitnsboro were in the city Wednesday and spent the even- ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Church. ■ MONEY'—We pay 10 per cent on savings account-'. East Tex- as Building- Loasi an...

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

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND VOODCOUNTY VOLUME MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 9, 1$2K. * Nmam n uta Will be Here Dec. 22nd. ILL APPEAR AT HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS MAJESTIC PROGRAM WEDNESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 22, Another message has been received from Santa Claus to Mayor W. C. DuBose announcing definitely that he will visit! Mineola. Dallas, Texas, December, 3, 1926. Mayor VV. C. DuBose, Mineola, Texas. Please announce that I have made definite arrangements to visit Mneola the night of Wednesday, December 22nd. I shall appear on Christmas Majestic Program at the High School ar- ranged for that night. Please notify all the good little boys; and girls of your city to be there as I want to meet and tell them something about Santa Claus and Santaland up near the North Pole. Merry Christmas, Santa Claus. not attending another Sunday School, is invited to attend our meetings, every Sunday morn- ing. 9:4o Basement of Baptist Church, Reporter. NO...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Easiest Car for Her to Driv© pki«dlrrtltt«i9ceS> stssd bu7 a CbsaBHBdbtiS C3to ivttimnjinhhiei P W*R W/ 'i K\s: ($) L The place to start on your Merry Christmas jurciv :;v. - j y— cutting down the strain «> A. W. Fulcher & Co. DEALERS Phone 120 Mineoia, Texas Hi I III Hill it HAINESVILLE NEWS The Hainesville Baptist ^hurch held conference last Sunday morning for the pur- pose of calling a pastor. Bro. Hamric of Tyler was unamious* ly elected by the congregation and he will preach here every second Sunday of each month. Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Laminack spent last week end visiting in Shrevport La. Mr. M. V. Anders was a bus- iness visitor at Tyler last Fri- day. Mr. Dave Kitchens of Min- eoia was a business visitor here last week. Miss Almo Laminack of Con- cord visited Mary Jane Williams Sunday. Mrs. Etta Padgett and family were called to ijhe bedside of her sick father last Friday. Miss Avis Hartsfield of Con- cord attended Sunday School here last Sunday...

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