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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 December 1926

THE MINEOLA MoNmw ftfcore The Leading House *j\ * AVER & SCHMIDT TYLER, TEXAS We wish all our Friends A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR kSs Si* Monday, December 27th We Shall Begin Annual HALF PRICE SALE I ien we shall dispose at Half of the regular \\ ice of all Woman's Coats, Silk Dresses, After- j; < bon and Evening Gowns and Furs. Childrens <; >ats and Wool Dresses. All go at Half Price. \\ o ► -HimtitlllttttTTT LETTERS TO SltNTk CLAUS Mineola, Texas Santa Claus: brim? me a foot ball a ..its, candy, and fruits, n't (forget Bennie Moses little sister,. Anna Lou. my little brothers, Paul John. Your little friend, Gerald Shirey Mineola, Texas Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl ten years old. Please bring me an embrid ery set, a pair of gloves, a pair of house shoes, and apples, or- anges and candy and nuts. Don't forget my school teacher Miss Wells. Your friend, Margarett Nix Mineola, Texas Bear Santa Claus: I am a little girl seven years old. Please bring me a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 December 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOP Ob ARABS SECURE OF , PLACE IN HISTORY m f*'*" * *1-^ CHEISTMIS GREETINGS FROM THE MISEOLA ST4TE BAM Among the greatest assets oi tins in- stitution wc like to count ihat wruco snonev cannot buy Your Good Will And at this glad Christmastime, we wish tor you and yours A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and happiness throughout the coming year. SINCERELY YOURS MINEOU STATE BANK Their Chronicles a Record of Achievement. as Gift AMERICAN % 4UUi*V 52E CUR ASSOHTMEST / ! OF BEAUTIFUL Ar | PACKAGES ' Mm SELECT ONFECTIONERY That Well Groom- ed Look. 50% of your nipon your looks. If you hrtve the first 50 the other 50 maybe acquired bv coming to the CITY BARBER SHOP Public Squares First of World's Markets Erection of buildings to serve the purpose originally met by public squares uid u,k become common until the Eighteenth century, yet as early as 1300 the grain market of Flor- ence, Italy, was housed beneath mas- sive architecture, while in Constanti- nople and famous eastern cities, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 December 1926

The iWineola /Monitor VOLUME 54. Perfection ' ' p. V ., -i ■ ->V ■ V-" T' t PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND "00D COUNTY MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 30, 1926. 2Z1Z.I 42. REVIEWING By A. B. CHAPIN not Cost NUSS' BAKERY MINEOLA TO HAVE COMMUNITY CHEST At the regular meeting of The Lions Club last Thursday a committee brought in a report relative to a, community chest, and the Lions Club adopted the report and agreed to sponsor the movement. There has been very little system relative to the work in Mineola and as a result some needy cases are neglected, while others underserving are preying on the people. Nearly every town and city has some kind of organization k/o protect it's people from underselling beggers, The plan is as follows' A budget of $300.00 is to be se- cured to begin with and with t thp hope that it will be suf- ficient for the year of 1927. The following are the com- mittee tc raise the funds: Warren G. Church, Jim Harris, and W. L. Canna...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 December 1926

I ♦ THE MINEOLA MONITOR i them much pleasure there. Mr. Stafford Wilson is now living in the house that been occupied by Bro. Phillips. Mr. iNotie Dyess and Mr. Jno. Jorden from Dallas made a call in New Hope community Sat- urday evening. LONE PINE NEWS The health of the commuriSty is very well with the exception of bad colds. > Mi- and Mrs. G. C. Scott ! and family spent Sunday with i Mrs. Sallie Wood. , I Mrs SMlie Browning spent | Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. i Rufus Browning. I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thomas of Alvarado and Mr. and Mrs. E E. Rose of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rose. Mr. Hamilton West who is going to school at Dallas spent tihe holid ay s with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. West. Mrs. C E. Green and child- ren from Grand Saline spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. R. E. Garrington. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shaw and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. W. T. Hooks. Mrs. Alta Mooody of Dallas is visiting in the Hoard commu- nity. Misf; Ektelle .Pefcdue spent Saturday night...

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

T . '* 0 l ' -M'. ——HWWjjppi i / ^ "* '", j4 J * •, *£., ' • / r- 6: ' jfcfcfe rwEh - :-•• •" ■ «# '■ t v -<• i-v 4 i> ,-A ;'ivt , : / V, jajp! I" '&wi***'' THE MINIOLA MONITOR Christmas and New Year Greetings As Christmas draws near and the end of is in sight, we wish to extend to our friends customers our best wishes for a pleasant ristmas and a prosperous and happy New rear of 1927. FAMOUS CITIES ON PLAINS OF CHALDEE Flourishing Centers Long Before Babylon. It will continue to be the policy of this bank assist those of its customers who are endeav- gng to help themslves, and lending their aid assistance t othe building of a better com- ity. «*>>< 1RST NATIONAL BANK Mineola, Texas Oldest National Bank in Wood County Babylon was already ■ more than twenty centuries old when Alexander conquered it, drank too much of its wine, took a lever and died. A thou- sand years earlier still, Babylon itself being still unbuilt and undreamt of, there were other cities ou tlu&...

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

7*-* TH€ MtMKO &3\r ^ ■Iwlr ,?: S . U.! * y# HAPPY 'V' ifej At the beginning of the new Season, we invite the co-operation of every de- positor, that the year 1927 may be the happiest and most prosperous in the his- tory of this section. We take this occasion to thank you for your friendship, good-will and pat- ronage during the old year just closed and invite your confidence and patronage for the coming years. MINEOIA STATE BANK r ... ^ • Mites Katie May Harris is l&t Well VlTOOITl" (spending the week with home ed Look. 50% of your success depends upon your looks. If you have the first 50 the other 50 maybe acquired by coming to the ity mm shop folks in Mineola. Jtt\ andMrs.Jno. Whiirnr of Tucumcari, M. M., are vii in at the home of B. L. CI pel. Mix Chas. Smith and daugh- ter, Marguerite, of.Greenville -pent Tuesday witfl§Mrs. R. H. Gangway. Mr. and Mrs- Ijfaiicten and son Edwin, gbeuti Satur- day and Sunday >^th relatives jn Saltillo. 9 Mrs. J. F. Wilson and family fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

Mine "5- t 7 P 3 yd*. Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND VOOD COUNTY VOL". ME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY. 6. 1927. f // NUMBE3 Perfection wssm Dr. L. J. Mims Accepts Rusk College Presidency wm* not Cost v NUSS* BAKERY New Director For Band Is On The Job W. R. Devers tand family ar- rived this week from Ennis. Texas and will make Mineola their home. Mr. Devers is the new director for the Mineo- la band and comes well recom- mended as a musician and in- structor. The first rehersa! under Prof. Devdrs v;;j held last Tuesday night, at the Arm- ory, -<fid hereafter regular reheraals will be he'd every Monday and Friday night. Prof Dever- is anxious to get a line ! Dr. L. J. Mims, one oj the j j most widely known Baptist i- leadres and educators in the ! state, has accepted the Presi- j | rency of Rusk College. A tele- | gram, from Dr. Mims to the, l faculty and student body, bear- ! ing t^his news was a source of I jreat rejoicing. His coming will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Knot Records Reveal Past of Great Nation Scientists recently deciphered a tan- gle of loop?? iu colored strands of fiber which throw new light on the activities of America's earliest civil- ised people—the lucas. Knot records were the only history books of a great nation which occu- pied an area equal to that of the United States -an absolute monarchy which, so far social organization wa* concerned, was very aUvniiced. for the lucas collected taxes, took cmisus records, built bridges and ir ligation canals, and were successful agriculturists. These wonderful peo pie flourished for thousands of years before beinv' conquered by ihe Span- Sards In the Sixteenth century, yet these mysterious knots revealed chap- ters of their Jife aimosl as plainly as a printed page. The records wero discovered a cen- tury ago by a ship's carpenter, who came by them In ivmtli America. Ac- companying the Ik; u!e of knots was a key written in I.;;-in, apparently by a Spanish ecclesiast...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

Tm MINEOLA M0NSE09 THE MOST REMARKABLE SALE IN SEARS-ROEBUCK HISTORY 180 Pages of Special Values in Our New jfanuary'February Sale Catalog. •. Send for Your Copy NOW! <Tr&0 l(\ \ V 11 [ i I \ BIG SAVINGS FOR YOU ON EVERY PAGE OF THIS NEW SPECIAL SALE CATALOG Ten million American families «— over 600 thousand Texas families—will save money between now and February 28th by purchasing their needs from the pages of our January-February SALE Catalog. We hold January-February sales annually—our sale this year presenting the biggest values we have ever been able to offer. Sears-Roebuck is the world's largest store— 1926 sales volume totaling over $250,000,000. This gives us tremtndous buy- ing power—and our customers get the advantage in lower prices for quality merchandise Our reg- ular prices are low—our special sale prices in effect now are still lower — the lowest you will find anywhere. It will pay YOU to get our January-February Sale Catalog and make your purchases from it. We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

7 ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR Aztecs iVo Relative* of American Indian* t Tit the ci.'rl;,- eighties, two Aztecs, s .i:«t a hoy, were shown in Scot- land t)\ :i iiKin and \v<>ni ii who ex-", ^loiteu Uieui. As the story «>f tl>vir discovery sine Kidnaping goes, minors of the exist •nee of "two Asdec «*hildi'«*n rest«*lie<; *e Gulf- toast, shvs a writer in Ad ♦enture Magazine. Some adventurers Benetrated the hinterland >md discov two Aztec children, who were posed on the altar of the temple by Urt -priest of the cnlt as subjects f<ir leffaei'ttfion, possibly—if the tradition* ff the AztecH be rightly handed down 4(0 vfc—held until the time for sacrl- *ce to the god came due. The ehii- 4ren were kidnaped and, after a hit- ter struggle with their pursuers, were brought to the coast and smuggled aboard ship, and eventually eame Into Ibe hands of the couple. After-careful analysis of the physi- cal characteristics of the Aztecs, it ney be said they differed from the Amerindi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR -wwxmm Mineola High School ELLOW JACKET STAFF 1 )r In-Chief KS&te Ei|Ht>r-in-Chipf .1 rr^ -v-.-; -- Social Editor J". ± o ' Athletic Editor ----- - ) ■ '; JI p" $ft CI,ASS< RKPOKI I RS 7" ore shman Mrs. Fred Steed. ....... Abilene Huff Lola B. Kingston . Ruth Caf swell Leon Aaron Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon Lula Little . Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston school takes IIP j days. '1"AFTER tfOMDiftYS j . Tin-man Jones was a Long- f ~ v | view visitor last week. * After spading and enjoying ! Christine Duncan visited in tt tw& weeks holiday for Xmas | Lindale this Christmas. regu&r school work .was taken' Cecil Wisner visited in^Mt. Up ^Monday Jan. 3rd. Many i Pleasant during the holidays, students were waiting for the j The Sub Freshmen Class had door& to open while the majori- i a wonderful time Wednesday ty arrived just on time, how- afternoon because., although, he ever, an unusual thing was the j could not be present, Santa al- .fact th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

THE MVKOLA MONITOR BRIDGE TRIBUTE TO SKILL OF ENGINEER St11 zcture Crossing Firth of Forth a Marvel. T)ir liuge bridge wbi.h spans tl>v •rtli of Forth in and know a <be Forth bridge is a marvel of inhering *kill. This wonderful bridge was started la 1882, hut was not completed until 2889. Kreoied to .obviate-the detour around the head of the firth, its total l«ngth Is over *8.000 feet. It crosses the firth at Queensferry, where the Channel is comparatively narrow, and Where stands in mid-channel the Isle «f Iochgarvie. The amount of steel used in its •tructure is somewhat amazing—51.00*) tons—woven into this giant bridge, which is capable of holding aloft two nilwaj tracks so firmly that express trains are able to pass over at a sjieed of 60 to 70 miles an hour. The man- • *er in which the workmen dug out the bed of the estuary until they reached the solid rock on which they built the masonry, working all the time under compressed air conditions, 1* amazing and great credit is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Best Groceries •! i > i It is always our aim and purpose to give you j; the best in Groceries. We handle, a large and \\ complete line. No order so small that we do not i; appreciate it. No order so large that we cannot j J handle it. 1 FREE CITY DELIVERY Telephone No. 146 W. D. WILLIAMS & CO. Pains disappeared "SEVERAL years ago I was badly run-down," saye Mrs. Bunch, R. F.' 3. C. "I caulci jPWa home in Fort Worth Tusday. Mrs. R. E. Jones, Mrs.. J. C. Danels, Mrs. S. Turner, Mrs. D. I. Wisenbaker, Mrs. J. C. Parks, and Mrs. C Allison visit- ed Mrs M. H. Lawrence Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. White have been strutting their stuff for the past week as they are he proud grandparents of a fine boy. A small crowd enjoyed a party at Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Sheltons Saturday night. Master Irvin Turner spent Saturday night with Master Ulmont Cole. Everyone try and be at Sun- day School Sunday. GOLDEN GLEANINGS NEW HOPE NEWS , 3, Colum- Lld not do any work. J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 January 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR m HAPPY NEW YEAR A bank has only two classes of accounts; PROFITABLE AND UNPROFITABLE. Statistices show that all active accounts with an average cash balance of less than $50.00 come in the unprofitable class. We do not want to make a service charge, neither do we want to handle the unprofitable account. WON T YOU PLEASE help us by building up a larger balance and getting on the other side of the ledger? WE THINK YOU WILL. 1 That Well Groom- ed Look. 50% of your success depends upon your looks. If you have the first 50 the other 50 maybe acquired by coming to the CITY BARBER SHOP Mrs. J. W. King and family visited her mother Mrs. E. C. Flewellen last week ' Mr, and Mrs. Smith of Valley jMillo, are vioiting their daught- er, Mrs. C. C. Sims in Mineola Male Canary Bird wanted.— Call or address, Mattie O'Mar- row, Mineola, Texas. Box 37. LOCAL PENES W. D. Kitchens is on the sick iisk this week. FOR RENT—Furnihed apart- ment, also a desirably Southeast bed room, at 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

Ww PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA VOLUME 54. m Monitor K XT"|> \ "7 r\ /■> TN /Vmf TTkYrPTCT 4- 4i«. ™ -A it, ... MINEOLA, COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY, 13, 1927. NUMBER 44. leoia State Bank Re-elect Officers mj/F- At a meeting of the stock- fij,holders' of The Mineola Stace ^ Bank last Tuesday, business cf the past year was reviewed and „ it was found that the institution * had enjoyed a very satisfactory business during the year just • closed. The board of directors ^ of the bank were re-elected for the ensuing year, the direct- ors are: J. G. Chappell, D. S. jford, Dr A. P. Buchanan, jH W. Meredith, Dr. S. W. Hart, *and J. A. Hughes. The same officers whc have so success- fully directed the desting of the bank for so many years were re-elected. J. G. Chappell, Pres. Dr. A. P. Buchanan, Vice- Pres., H. W. Meredith, Cashier; and H. 0. Rogers, Ass't Cash- ier County Union Has Interesting Meeting Russell Denies Recommending Pardon Robert Bozeman In- First National Ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Had No Use for General Custer I PLOW PARIS! o _«== — i We are in position to get you any plow part for any brand of plow used in tfiis section of the Country. We have on hand most all parts for Blue Bird, Rock Island, Kelly and Oliver, Parts for any other Plow, we can nearly always get within three days, Give us your order for parts and let us show you how we can serve you, MINEOLA HARDWARE CO. MINEOLA, TEXAS Shortly after the massacre of Qen- eral Custer and his troops I met Rain in the Face. I asked him who killed Caster. He replied that Custor had j several wounds ao^ nobody kngw wj^o J shot him. After a slight pffnse he add- , ed. In a tense voice as If repressing | emotion, "He was a bad man and a liar, and women and children slept 4 better when they knew he was dead." ♦ In using the word liar, he made the $ sign of a forked tongue by putting two ♦' outstretched fingers in front of his 4 j mouth. What he referred to was an ♦ i incident in Oklahoma, a few yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

THE MiNEOLA MONITOR m r;" [ IM When you buy John Deere implements you are sure of prompt repair service throughout their long life Lasts Longer in Gritty Soil kf' ■ m\ The middlebreaker that will do good work in gritty soil and serve you for the longest time, is the one you want. We are prepared to offer you that very type of tillage tool in the John Deere-Symcuse Chilled Middlebreaker Syracuse chillcd middlebreck- ers are famous for long life in gritty soils. A genuine Syra- cuse deep-chilled middlebreak- er share will outlast two sim- ilar shares of other makes be- cause Syracuse chilled iron is the hardest metal ever used for plow or middlebreaker bottoms. We can assure you long wear from any John Deere- Syracuse middlebreaker you might buy. Come in to our store any time and let us show you the size and type for your requirements. Boar v:;eir of botSam shovrin x -sturdy con- sii't-ic irfiosn id "vij.— jurtable steolru^'lar WHiTTEN HARDWARE CO. Member Mineola Retail Merchants Asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

BS a-v THE MINEOLA MONITOR Charter No. 5127. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL DM At Mini.'olsi. Texas, im the State of Texas • • At the cki&e of business on December, 31, 1926. J . "" " " """" • RESOURCES: Loans and discounts, including re discounts, acceptanc- ances of otJier banks and foreign bills of ex- change or drafts, sold with indorsement of this bank (exceptIhose shown in Item 1-b $222,802.78 /Total loans . $ 222,802.73 Overdrafts, . .... A ... ... None Deposited to secure circulation (U. S, bonds par value 50,000.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned 2,490.00 Banking House, Furniture and i'ixtures .......... 25,000.00 j Real estate, owned-,other than banking house ...... 19,999.60 ' Lawful resfrve witli Federal Reserve Bank 13,280.87 Cash in valut and amount due from national banks 31,225.87 Checks and drafts o# banks (including Federal Reserve) ' ' located outside* of citv or town of reporting bank $83.76 Miscellaneous cash items i $1,371.63 1,4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

•-•"..v. THE MINEOLA MONITOR Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF *: ' .; ■" / >r r-in-Chief ..g — ——- Associate Social Editor f * — Athletic Editor .. :4 --,r T SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS SenH* — - — 3mm Sob^reshnian Mrs. Fred Steed. Abilene Huff Lulu B. Kingston .....Ruth Carswell Leon Aaron Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon __j_ Lula Little VendeKe Vandiver . Edna Mae Kingston MIDTERM EXAM J FOOT BALL BOYS IN FULL BLAST BUY OWN SWEATERS neon. Many beautiful gifts were showered utfon the hostess.; with wishes that she would have many more happy birth- days. Many interesting games were enjoyed by the guests and delicious refreshments consist- in^ of sandwiches, hot choclate and cake were served to about thirty guest. '. All guests reported having an enjoyable time. Harry Ford spent the week end in Sulphur Springs. ARABS SECURE OF PLACE M HISTO&Y The Doctor's Dilemmas By DORA MASON (Copyright.) Ajb tfie bellow Jacket goes just before the holidays 15 to press this week, term exami-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

* >■< • t '-la" j- * • '*• THF MF^F.OLA MONITOR -'■?■ t'rtm WHkf&m} •'•'*?..-fclSBil (,/ w*~ Powerless to Resist Sweep of Avalanche T!iw were several destructive avalanches in the St.. Got hard region in 1025, when the railway was dam- aged at several points, and many peasants and workmen were killed. But one rainy Sunday in September, forty-five years ago. 150 persons per- ished when a large portion of tive PLattenhergivOpf split off and slid d'iwn. on the village of Elm. Early in the day great boulders began to come crashing down with disturbing frequency, and quite a naniher of men were out watching them. Suddenly they saw a whole ■cliff sway and topple over. Seven- teen minutes later another cliff fell, and, to their horror, the doomed vil- lagers saw that the mountain had thus been undermined, and was poised «ver thin air f*,:r above them. Four minutes later it fell, shattered into millions of fragments, and came slid- ing down at tei rifle speed. Through the village ...

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