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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 December 1926

■ / s- THE MINEOLA MONTTOB '♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* Are You Interested In Saving Your Money? If you are. you will let nothing keep you away from this Store—Dur- ing the next three weeks we are going . to sell our stock of Dry Goods, Shoes Clothing and Notions at prices that will equal wholesale cost and in some in- stances be low cost. We must turn our merchandise into cash and to do this | we are making almost unblievable price Reduction. We are making no big-to- to about it, using no ''crcus" methods in oud arvertising but are just guietly putting the knife to prices and slashing in our advertising but are just quietly is our motte—Get our prices and he convinced. Here Are a Few Bargains—We Have Many Others $Pf;- ' ft.-;/, m ; • * 32-in. Toile Du Norde Gingham 20c 32 in. Red Seal Ginghams 20c 36 in. Cornelia Dress... . .Prints. . 22Via 9/4 Pepperal Sheeting .. 39c Christmas Handkerchiefs in Boxes at Special Prices China\vare Blue Bird patterns 32-Piece Set, worth...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 December 1926

^■'*r THE MINEOLA MONITOR 9 WE ARE AGENTS IN MINEOLA FOR THE CELEBRATED U. S. ROYAL CORD TIRES! AND TUBES Big Assortment of Used Tires For Sale • at Reasonable Prices. We Have Glycerine to Prevent Freezing. Try it in Your Radiator. —Ample Storage Room—Reasonable Rates— JIM HOGG SERVICE STATION GALT PEGUES, Prop. «« < ♦♦♦♦*♦♦ ** «« « <* * > < < ♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PROGRESSIVE RED CROSS CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTH [t . BUY "HER" A COLEMAN RADIANT HEATER at Whitten Hardware Co. Things To Do With Public Health Nursing, Nutrition and Home Hygiene Work ■, Cover De Country. '••J Important conMbutione to pnblle health were mar.r by the American Red Cross throw, h it* Public Health Ntirsinc Service, Nutrition Rerrice, and In instruction in Home Hygiene and Car* of the Rick. In every State and Alaska, with the exception of Delaware and Nevada, instruction was given by the Red Cross, also Jb the Philippines, Hawaii, Porto Rico, and Virgin Islands. A total of 4>7.S70 women and girls learned...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 December 1926

i THJt MMEOLA MONITOR HE YELLDW JACKET Mineola High School v. 4. NO. 14. JACKET STAFF * Sponsor Mrs. Fred Steed. 5^^at r-in-Chief „ - — - Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief - — — Lula B. Kingston Social Editor _ - Ruth Carswell Lthletic Editor - — — — — Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Hklor — - Louise Thorpe lug. Francis Cannon loiiior6 - Lula Little shman Vendelie Vandiver •Freshman - - Edna Mae Kingston lNTA claus sic 2. Proceeds go to P. T. A. fui.d. CENTRAL WARD SCHOOL Second Six Weeks HONOR ROLL IS COMING Every one is happy. Santa >Claus is coming. It was an- nounced in chapeL Tuesday of last week that Santa Claus had been invited and was con siaerin^ a visit to Mineola. Since then a second telegram rom Santa to Mayor W. C> iBose, printed elsewhere ic lis week's Monitor, announces kfinitejy tJiate he will be in tineola the night of Wednes- day December 21. and appear it the high school program ar- jred for that night. School resesses for the holi- lays Wednesday De...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 December 1926

THE MENEOLA MONITOR Woman Auto Driver Had Much to Learn Here's a good one about a woman **tomobilist that a storekeeper told ose recently. Hie woman's machine stopped a short way from this man's store, which is iu North Salem, and atoe came in to get some gas from Ins outside pnmp. She would have like<J to have had him go with her, it ap- peared. He did not know why until about ten minutes later and then iiq had a good laugh. Anyhow, he provided her with a Jul In which she could carry the gasoline, She disappeared and he heard not hi fng, nor saw nothing of her afterward. As the minutes rolled by he com- menced to wonder if he was going to get back his jug, or If something elsq was the matter. The answer camfl when a man dropped in with the jug. He told the storekeeper that when he came along the woman had the radi- ator cap off and was just about to ppur the gas in, when he stopped her He volunteered to aid the lady, who had an expensive car, by the way and did so. He poured the...

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

■ THE AfiNEOLA MONITOR Notice is hereby given that hunting is prohibited on any and all of my land near Haines- 's, and tresspassers will be osecuted. R. Stewart, Route 1, Mineo- la, Texas. 32. 4tp Your party is not complete unless you serve Nu Grape punch. tf« FURNISHED ROOM F RENT. Telephone No. 87. 0 R 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 >♦ ♦ ♦♦ < ♦<«♦♦♦<♦ ♦♦♦<♦♦ ♦♦ «♦♦♦« <♦♦>♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ii 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 SlSSi 1" ' W" I The Soundest i: Basis R?' m —on which to establish banking relations is throu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 December 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Miss Maude Jennings has re- turned home after a visit of sever<j 1 days with Mr. and Mrs. W S. Collins at Greenville. ijjl - g 4 FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY This bank has never been operated with the sole purpose of "JUST MAKING MONEY." but has always tried to work for the upbuilding of the community real: ing that the success or failure of all our institutions depends large ]y on the prosperity of those we serve. MINEOLA STATE HANK Mineola, Texas m B. A. Rirdsong of Green- ; ville, .Texas, was in the city Monday looking after his pro ; perty interests [here, i ' j I. N. Reneau and and John T. ! Robinson of Golden were busr i ness visitors in Mineola last I Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood ot Palistine were here last Thurs- day and spent the day with his brother J. B. Wood. Mrs. 0. C. Scott and children J. W. Jennings and Leroy Jen- nings spent several hours visit- ! in<i- in Greenville Thursday. Mrs. H. 0. Rogers, Mrs. 0. ; E. Ferguson, Mrs. Moody ot'! 1...

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

;Vr The Mineola PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF A 4 XT 5 ■ *AA VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 16, 1926. ! LET YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS BE | PRACTICAL GIFTS MINEOLA SCHOOLS TO RECESS WEDNESDAY FOR XMAS HOLIDAYS 48s. =f ♦♦♦ We have the followng articles for gifts that are practical. Hosiery is a practial article for Christmas giving. Ladies full fashioned Hose, Eight Thread 42 sage, all silk from tip of toe to top of hem in service weigfit in a good range of colors . __ $1.95 Ladies service weight frose with four inch lisle welt good range of colors only : $1.75 Ladies 24 inch boot silk, fashioned hose only .... 95c Hose for tiie little Miss sizes IVi to 9 all silk to top 95c Ladies fabric gloves just arrived fancy turnback cuffs 75c—$1.00 and $1.25 Men's half hose in fancy and plain silks 50c to ... $1.00 Men's new patterns in ties good range of colors . 95c Men's fancy scrafs in both silk and wool, $2.00 and S2..50 Men's newest patterns and the latest prices in...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOH Toy land FLORIDA LEADS RELIEF RECORDS Heads Major Disasters of 1926. Red Cross Active in 62 Emergencies in Year. ALSO SERVES FOREIGN LANDS For Large and Small Toyland at Warren's Variety Store small—Be it tiny tot or teener. Yom best. For many years our store haj Christmas Gifts in Mineola. This ticipated the wish of every child and Department crowded to overflowin ren of all ages. is the gift headquarters for large and wiiJ find the gift here that will please been known as headquarters for year is no exception. We have an- this Christmas season finds our Toy ith fascinating thing for the child- or M r For Yoar Convenience Offer These Suggestions childrens story books fine stationery children s gabies boxed handkerchiefs doll buggies towel sets ta&lets sets lunch slbts childs desk rayon spreads toy desk work baskets jmmjgg and trunks pictures toilet sets Hbsts novelty pieces in china and glass ware wagons and coasters book ends dolls, 5c to S12.00 bread board...

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

' ' i' ; (hi 11 (vi'iH.A vin>vrr«YR M'W'*1 " '■ Mineola. Texas. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy nine years uid, and I have been a good boy | sine: last Xmas. Will you please bring me a knife with a chain on it, some shot for my air rifle ome fruit, nuts, and candies. I i^iank you for the nice pre- you brought me last Xmas Now Santa be good to all my iittle friends, especially Marvin Mitchell. Yours truly, AlvinSkinner, Rt, 4. SANTA SAYS: "Go to vVhitten Hardware Co., for all kinds of presents, they are so much cheaper there." COME SEE JUST HOW CHEAP THEY ARE WHITTEN HARDWARE COMPANY LETTERS TO SANTA GLAUS j"7 Mineo'a. Texas Dear Santa Clause Will you please bring me a pair of pumps and some fruits nuts and candies. I will be glad if you will bring me these things I ask for. Don't forget my little brother, moth er and daddy. yours truly, Mary Chvietzberg. Mineola. Texas Dear Santa Claus: Piea^e bring me a large doll and a buggy. Some nuts, fruit uxiti candy, a set of doll dish...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' "■ art and school exhibit big success JAineola High School VOL. 4. no. 14. YELLOW JACKET STAFF ( .> Vj. onsor ,t#fcin-Chief Associate Editer-in-Chief ——-----—:-----— Social Editor -T AtWetars 'Editor * "i. SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS •; pettier — - ''^tflsior' i- — Sophomore — Freshman — - , Sub-Freshman — — Mrs. Fred Steed. ... .Abilene Huff " Lula B. Kingston Ruth Cars well Leon Aaron Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon , Lula Little .Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston l(. OUR CHRISTMAS NUMBER. happy that you want others | happy also. As has always been the eus~ j Christmas is a day of hap- torn each year, the members of and joy, peace and good the Yellow Jacket Staff issue will, when everyone is a broth ■ a Secial Christmas Edition. >r I0 pVeryone else and every- \ (This edition is made possole | thing is bright. T through the courtesy of our i —— Editor, Mr. Carraway, who STUDENT ASSIST • I* fives a two page space for this. Y, J. STAFF t pupose. ——— ; Our Chris...

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

— THE MINEOLA MONITOR DEVENPORT'S Saturday Saving Specials % I, b \ r. t.I Hk ' THE HOME OF SANTA CLAUS HHP dolls , 5-in Baby Doll Crying Voice Fancy Dress 5PECIAL ONLf 98c DOLL TRUNKS k65c Value Redslats with removable Tray SPECIAL 49c DOLL BEDS nice assortment all SPECIAL $1.98 LO SANTA CLAUS TELEPHONES All Sizes 15c to 49c FORDS 50c Value Ford Boy its some Lizzie FOR ONLY 25c TRAINS Honeymoon Express 69c All Aboard Limited 49c COON JIGGER 8-inches Tall 25c. AIRPLANES With Springs Only 19c ~ TINKER TOY The Toy with a milloin Thrills Special, Set 69c DEAR OLD DAD Ties Belts and Hose Choice Only 49c Shaving Sets Large Mirrow, Mug and Brush $ 1.25 to $2.25 terror to justice, all tax payers etc. Signed. "Senior Class.'' We suppose t|iat after the abeve preamble the Mayna Car- ta should be made a law. Another object of interest and much comment is a pair jf boots belonging to Mr. Ad- nns. He says that they are fuvt boots he ever j They are about 2l/> inches long and are made out of ...

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

THE MBOSOLA MONCVOR ODD SIGNAL CODES USED IN FOOTBALL Veteran Coack Sheds Light on the Subject. Signals in football are essential, manifestly, but their importance can be overstressed. Thf.v became more and more complex in the later nine- ties, rmmiiig into problems iu addition, multiplication, subtraction, even d'- viskwi, until football threatened to be- come an advanced course in mental arithmetic, writes Amos Alonzo Stagg in the Saturday Evening I'ost. Long signal drills were held at Bight. Such complexity defeated itself .-and more ground was lost by the in- ability of players to remember their own signals than was gained through the opposition's mystification. I never have heard of auebralc signals, but it Is my observation that everything has :n football, and there- !e that "Let x equal '•ecn propounded by been tried once fore «~fuite pos>; the ball" has some quarterb: in this peri- schools waste, in trying to s' 1 some coaches and much valuable effort >a! or buy the ri...

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

Si W-" ■ ' .7 te is hereby given that is prohit lited on any * my land near Haines- tresspassers will be Stewart, Route 1, Mineq- 32. 4tp THE MINEOLA MONITOR Your party is not complete unless you serve Nu Grape punch. tf. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. Telephone No. 87. URSI FURS! I will be at EGHT'S GROCERY in MINEOLA every Satur- and at QUITMAN every 1st Monday. Will your FURS and pay highest market prices. P. MITCHAM C Me B 4 U Sell EW 1CH1KY We have added two more new machines to our |eady well equipped Garage. One 30-to Wever 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 wiuch 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. vi o ; Your bank wants you to be a dependable friend, ...

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

liih MlNKOLA MONITOR « p. ' • ' !WCWT|Tir) Liiudi'J'.i^-j FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY This bank has never been operated with the sole purpose of "JUST 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. MINFOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas igipp^c:;' pas rA?irrcA:-i n U£Effc Dr. Bunn visited his mother at Reklaw last week. vrP«Vi RocV of denatured al- cohol for radiators. Bruner Bros: mm SEE OUR ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL |hCs\v'>; PACK. AO LS sisit 'm mmm Mrs. Reneau and Airs. Gra- ham spent Tuesday and Wednes- day in Dallas. Mrs. C. E. Revelle was a visit or to Tyler last Monday . Do not forget the auction sale next Saturday at W. D. KiUliens' Store. v Miss Maggie Reading is spend ing the ^holidays with her sist- er Mrs. Hope Dozer in Mineola. Mrs. Graham of Palestine is visiting her mother Mrs. F. C. Reneau. SELECT ONFECTIONERY FOR SALE— H...

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

# 4 % ■ ' ■: The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND ' "COD COS 'NTY VOLUME 54. Br. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. T8XAS, THURSDAY, DEIT.MBF 23. 192H. U. ^Tnrrmr'Txr.Z"~jnmrr- rvfrjMi* vnerx:^'-'- ■-^rvrrrr.'~rimer• • ♦ With these sincere Christmas Greet- ings please also accept our' wish— "Happiness to you and yours Our Friends. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas * ♦ o ♦ * * * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ J ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< INCUBATOR WANTED ——— Wanted to buy incubator in good condition and cheap. Also want to buv honey extractor. V. HALA, Route 2, Mineola, 2t ®V ■ • :i ■4?: NOTICE Friday December, 31, will be the last gin day MUTUAL GIN CO. m Pay your subscription today. Mr and Mrs. Henry Bowman of Piano, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. James R. Adams of Haston spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Bowman's frrandmot'faer Mrs. E C. Flewellen. They left early Wednesday morning for Tampa Fla., where they will spend the holidays with Mr. Bowman's and Mrs Adams sister, Mrs. E. Wall of of that city....

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

haumow vToattiH am CRIME CENTER OF OLD BORDER DAYS Pie Not Yet Banished From Breakfast Table Cave Near Shawneetowr Has Crewsome History. ADAMS Mineola, Texas V The sweetest pleasures Christmas sends is the kind rememberance of your friends, CRAVER'S CASH STORE Mineola, Texas ❖ t ❖ t ❖ t ? ? T T X ? T t T T t X t t T Y t tors Give-junior I Modern Wife t j t* « n * t James Wray, the new coach of the X€£0 v<rOSS I llgo JTfiUSt! Cornell crews, was praising the mod- ern girl at a Brooklyn dinner. I "The modern girl," he said, "with Growing rwopittea by leading e4 ber bobbed hair and her slim, supple aU jjjrw the W*>rM baa been an figure, with her cigarette in its long oi ti&e Junior Red Crow tuj>e an<j her cosmetics and so on, is a 3m, the last fiscal year. hseluded in those which have take* —<11 lsl~f favorable cognisance oj Jfeaior Red Cross efforts are ttu Federation of Education Asao- ns at Edinburgh, Scotland, its the Department of Super! n ten of the National Bdu...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR *9 is hereby given that M hunting is prohibited on any and all of my land near Haines- ville, and tresspassers will be prosecuted. H. R. Stewart, Route 1, Mineo- la, Texas. 32. 4tp Your party is not complete unless you serve Nu Grape punch. tf., FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. Telephone No. 87. A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR P. MITCHAM FURS! FURS! C Me B 4 U Sell 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 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 \ Christmas and New Year Greetings As Christmas draws near and the end of 1926 is in sight, we wish to extend to our friends and customers our best wishes for a pleasant Christmas and a prosperous and happy New Year of 1927. It will continue to be the policy of this bank to assist those of its custom...

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

mi. j. THE MTNEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Uncle Sam Employ• Only Fined Artists The portraits and other freehand Mineola High School Vol. 4 Straggle for Status Inherent in Humanity What Is the meaning of self-con • iciousness, reserve, shyness, which w«• [ decorations on government notes ;ire so frequently feel In presence of strai. j xvo,'k "H> finest artists in the gers? It is certainly not always f« •;« j country. says ft. verybody's Magazine. | of physical violence. It is the fe; j 1 , w' an- the men who nm yf | that we will not make a good imprc- j equally line em-ravings. 1 'if- YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor JStlitw-'r -1 Ye:' Associate Editor-in-F ; f Social Editor Atlilet; ■ Editor Senior Junn j" Soph :n : • Freshir,, Suh-I • ti-.an JUNIOR CHORAIS SING for lions Tilt juinov Ch"i: 1 lib ttu til its fi f .r 'i LlOil ! 1 ber K i i .the School' col r lfn< Lions cordially o?c cr<l ' '.or for • ; again soon. YTs Mi world -u R Whc i of a'i smai aw iv Joi Mi s. Fml .'ti e. ...

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

&. ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR ijfv _ M pj| Of V , -. I . \ \ #8 KANSAS CITY, ' • ■ ail m Missuis:. ' ; | h to M*- ':i p .... f \\ -*-'r ft THt&portAHm pti jlj gT ^i!ii H i i r. ■' • !:'j • ij ~ 3<S$' Rl ii| -tV ■ . f!}| rcONOMlCA!;! ' j ,1 CBEV^lETC^ : ji . •?* 1 : X ** •**. fi'fa,?*\ v i*' t-.-w •? 3 fr J J Use this plan ro pr.v cash for \ov-: rrrt car and el: :ct a c^ci-lcs-i sa in sr. ad fir ■ ' 'ljn the Chevrd c Purchase Certifiesti Is partly due to Irs fundamental j id- ncss, safely and thrift and r .; •'••■ ' fact that the buyer earns 6* , ■ ■1 o f paying interest, and reccive- niaulonal attractive credits c ~ : . .e and ac- cessories purchssec, . n hie Chevrolet cieu'er. Cotnc ir:' Let us show you wh r.o :r>any thc-awnds have used this fr. and widely popular plan in buyiiv; ' he world's finest Iow-p> i cd car. r Ttnactater $510. C.^opc rr Cc ~ b. a r -!fc . ■ W a aa- a- Jim Reynolds and family spent Sunday with Arnold Dow. ell and wife. Weddings Bells rang Sunday ...

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

CMS MINEOLA MONITOR —f T i: ' .>• v . i CHIROPRACTIC? THE BETTER WAY TO HEATLH Nerve fibers begin in the brain, pass through the spinal cord, and end in the various organs and tissue which they feed. Cut a nerve trunk, and the pari served becomes dead. This is proof that some kind of power passes over that nerve and is necessary for the part fed to work properly. Chiropractors call that power Nerve Force. When this nerve force is transmitted over the nerve unhind ered there is perfect health in the orgiasn supplied. Any obstruction io the passage of this nerve force results in disease in the organ supplied. If you are sick you may be sure there is an obstruction to the flow of the life giving nerve force.And you may feel equally sure that your return to health will depend on just one thing, namely, removal of the obstruction, per- mitting a restoration of the normal flow of nerve force. Let us i xplain to you how the misalignment of small bones of the spine may cause a mechanical...

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