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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

:-w* ■ -v- THE MINEOLA MONITOR < r* Li i ..::r ' . w-m mm he Best Groceries:: It is always our aim and purpose to give you the best in Groceries. We handle, a large and complete line. No order so small that we do not appreciate it. No order so large that we cannot handle it. 1 * i jM. . FREE CITY DELIVERY Telephone T. : No. 146 sometimes will comfort each j of us. Interment was at Sand Springs cemetery. The funeral 1 services was conducted by Bro. Fletcher and Bro. Peters. The relatives have the sympathy of their many friends. Words j are but tame things at times when one is bowed low with . sorrow and grief, yet it helps each of us to know that there are those who <'an sympathize and understand. By and By when this life is ended, You shall dwell on high. Share his love in tlu ma ay mansions Far beyond the sky. HOARD NEWS W. D. WILLIAMS & 00.! iff. Is'Si I i« Bad Color 1 (SlflrirNew (biliousness) "/OCCASIONALLY I am trou- ^ bfed with epelle of oonsti- pe&co," says Mrs....

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 January 1927

T- V THE Wf^ROLA MONITOR — ^5 -5 HAPPY NEW YEAR A bank has only two classes of accounts; PROFITABLE AND UNPROFITABLE. Statistiees show that all active accounts with an average cash balance of less than $50.00 come in the unprofitable class. We do not want to make a service charge, neither do we want to handle the unprofitable account. WON'T YOU PLEASE help us by building up a larger balance and getting on the other side of the ledger? WE THINK YOU WILL. Yours for better banking. MINEOLA STATE BANK That Well Groom* ed Look. 50% of your success depends > upon your looks. „ If you have j the first 50 the other 50 maybe acquired by coming to the ! CITY BARBER SHOP FOR SALE.-Ivegistered Jersey eatte, all ages. T. L. WILSON, Rural Route 3, Quitman. . Texas. 38-5tp H. E. Berry spent last Sun- day in Dallas visiting Mrs. Ber- ry. I LOCAL &I.PPEMNG$ * I , _J >■ III III II *** MI mwwwwtg Your party is not complete unless you serve Nu Grape punch. tf. ' 6 inch No. 8, Wood Cook Stov&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 January 1927

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND 1 V^OOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 20. 1927. Nl'MSUR 45. Church of Christ Fourth Sunday Service Elder N. T. Ring will preach at the Church of Christ on next (the fourth Sunday) morning and night. Everybody is invit- ed to atted the services. EAT MORE BREAD Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas To The Farmers Of Wood County There is soon to come up in the Legislature what is known as the PARRISH COTTON BILL. It prohibits the planting of cotton on the same land two years in succession. In case it becomes a law, it does not take effect until the other cotton states pass a similar law. I wish each one of you would spend the price of a stamp and a little time to write me your opinion of the Bill, and do it SOON. I want to be your Rep- resentative, and to do so I must know your wishes, other- wise I shall have to use my best judgement. Huber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 January 1927

_ - .• *' •*. " ^ ... ~ ' ■' *-3 •" •*- T\v- "J THE M1NE0LA MONITOR We have added two more new machines to our already well equipped Garage. One 30-to vVever high powered press and one Auto Wrecking machine for picking lip wrecked cars. So if you happen t© an accident, phone 174 and we will do the rest. Quick Service at a reasonable charge. W. E. LOTT & SON MINEOLA, TEXAS PLOW PARTS We are in position to get you any plow part for any brand of plow used in this 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, IMINEOLA HARDWARE CO. MINEOLA, TEXAS Wood County Live Stock And Poultry Association There are several reasons why such an organization at this time is neccessary to help put Wood county normally prosper- ous. But before dscussing this lets first look at a few of the recent event...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 January 1927

lit- m THE M1NE0LA MONITOR HE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor Mrs. Fred Steed. Editor-in-Chief - - Abilene Huff H Associate Editor-in-Chief — - - Lula B. Kingston Social Editor . - Ruth Carswell Athletic Editor ! — - - - - Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior — Louise Thorpe Junior Francis Cannon Sophomore — — ^ula Little Freshman Vendelie Vandiver Sub-Freshman Edna Mae Kingston r- ■ fiv FIRE INSURANCE COMMISSION COMMENDS MINEOLA SCHOOLS A leeter this week from G. N. Horton, State Fire Marshall, commends Mineola Schools in the teaching of ''Fire Preven- tion. An extract from Mr. Hor- ton's letter reads: "We thank you for the splindid co-opera- tion given this department as your report shows Mineola Schools are fully meeting /all the requirements of this De- partment relative to the teach- ing of Fire Prevention. As a result of this work your city will continue to receive a three per cent reduction in its key." ROY YARBROUGH ENTERS OAK CLIFF to put ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 January 1927

"W? ^ - ?> fHfi mFQ OLA MONITOR u 11.-—J . . j . I J ; ■ .- BEFORE YOU INVEST - • • INVESTSGATE .*Frf I More money has been lost in worthless stocks and other securities than from any other cause. 90% of this loss could havc been avoided by consulting a reputable banker. We are always glad to give you the bene- fit of our information and experience. This is a service we offer whether you are a customer or not. Safe. Dependable and Accomodating. MINEOLA STATE BANK That Well "Groom- ed Look. 50% of your success depends upon your looks. If you have the first 5ft <he other 5ft maybe acquired by coming to the—— CITY BARBER SHOP r LOCAL, UPPEMNG^ 2-inch Iron Post Beds, $5.65. DuBose and Cage. Ed's Restaurant, quality and and quantity. * Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Chappell were Dallas visitors Thursday. Genuine Ford Batteries for $12.00 at Watts Motor Co. •" Ed's Restaurant, reformed and newed. Genuine Ford Batteries for $12.00 at Watts Motor Co. Eat with the Methodist La- dies. Saturday Jan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

yv j: ■ t In Vfe' . Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. V. — MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 27, 1927. N" IIP. 46. ;V Tm i. > / EAT MORE BREAD Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas District Court Will / s Hold Special Term In addition td the regular four weeks teriii of District Court it is planned to hold two weeks special teisfn making six weeks altogether^ The extra two weks will fee devoted to cleaning up the civil docket j which is said to be very heavy. [ Mineola Hatchery Is Shipping Baby Chicks Mr. Gus Bogan this week made shipment of the first hatching of baby chicks from his big 12.- 000 egg capacity hatchery. This is u custom hatchery and Mr. Bogan has announced that he will set eggs every Satur- day for the public, charging $;>.50 for a setting of 112 eggs. He also announces that he is prepared to fill orders for baby chicks,shipments every Monday. This is a new ind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

THE MH*tiOLA MONITOR MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES There is Nothing Wrong W ith Basic Economic Con- ditions in the Middle West and Southwest m THERE seems to persist a feeling of uneasiness with regard to the immediate fu- ture prosperity of the Middle West and the Great Southwest. There is no foundation for such fear. The facts are that, barring some unforeseen nation- wide or world wide calamity, there is every reason to expect a continuation of thei generally satisfactory conditions which have prevailed. Numerous facts and tactorS contribute to this belief. Among them may be listed: The normal increase in population. _ ,The yearly increase in total and per capita wealth. , fThe daily increase of about a million dollars a day in s$vi$gS accounts. iThe remarkably fine physical condition of the railroads. sp?- iThe tremendous extension of highway systems. ffhe increasing domestic demand for the products of farms and factories, The comparative little unemployment. The spread of enlightenmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

THE MINE OLA MONITOR 1 m m Nationfs Faith in God Expressed on Coinage "In God We Trust" first appeared on d e coins of this country in 1864, and •Wei its presence very largely to the Increased religious sentiment in the dreaded crisis of the Civil war. S. P. Chase, then secretary of the treasury, having received & number of appeals from devout persons throughout the country suggesting and urging that the deity be recognized suitably on our coins In a manner similar to that com- monly found on the coins of other na- tions, addressed a letter to th£ direc- tor ®f the mint, at Philadelphia, stat- ing that "no nation would be strong except in the strength of God or safe except in His defense. The trust of oar people In God should be declared on our national coins." He ordered that a device be prepared without un- necessary delay, with a motto ex- pressing in the fewest words possible this national recognition. Various mot- toes were placed on coins in 1862 and 186S. The first ones b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR BANKRUPT SALE *1 Starts Saturday, January 29th Starts Saturday, January 29th The Big Bankrupt Sale Will Last Thirty Days Unless The Stock Is Sold Out In Less Time The entire $6,000 stock of the Farmers Supply Company will be offered for quick sale at a fraction of its value. Some goods will be sold as low as 25 per cent of their wholesale cost. We expect to sell out this bankrupt stock within 30 days, we are not looking for profits—it is our purpose to sell the stock and sell it quickly as possible. If your dollars mean anything to you, bring them to this Bankrupt Sale and make them do double duty for you. (BOUGHT THIS STOCK AT A FRACTION 0F~iTS VALUE WHICH ENABLETME TO SELL IT AT VERY LOW PRICES. ) DRESS GOODS > 36-in. all wool serge val. $1.90 now 89c 36-in. all wool crepe worth $1.75 now 85c 36-in. serge worth $1.00 now 49c 32-in suiting worth 50c now 25c 36-in. Indian Head worth 50c now 25c 32-in jsateen worth 40c now 22c 36-in Tomy Tucker cloth worth 50c ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

ir THE MINEOLA MONITOR Mineola High School WHAT'S A UNIT ELLOW JACKET STAFF ior Mrs. Fred Steed. f xhrChie$ Abilene Huff sociate Editor-in-Chief Lula B. Kingston dial Editor Ruth Carswell Athletic Editor J. . ..Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman * Sub-Freshman Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon i..Lu!a Little ...-Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston THE BAYLOR TRAGEDY The Yellow Jacket joins the the death of the Baylor Univer- sity boys, who lost their lives state and nation in sorrow over in the awful tragedy at Round Rock last Saturday. A. large University motor Sbearring' 22 young men, the ( orange and white announcement in all the rooms that the sweaters had come and could be received in Mr. Nesbitt's office as soon as call- ed for. don his new sweater but in only Carl seemed to be first to a short time one might look almost any way and see an sweater in of Bay Dor University ites, to Austin, for a basket game between Bay ior Uni- versity an th0 Univers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

I ■! t X ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR ,'Xj Mi COAL-PIT WORKERS HELD IN SLAVERY CITY MARKET MUST BE WELL LOCATED To Save Chinese Babies Efforts to stop t e abandonment of girl babies in Chira are being made by the officials of the public health demonstration station which was es- tablished in reking a little more than a year ago. The doctors say that the greater part of the high death rate, which is three tim°s that of the aver- age city, is due to the traditional prejudice in the country against fe- males, and that when a family is poor the parents usually abandon girl babies. It Is hoped to establish free clinics which will help to educate the poor against the practice. Scottish Miners Long the Property of Owners. At the beginning of the Seventeenth century when coal was first mined in Scotland, the miners, who daily risked their lives in their hazardous employ- ment, were glerts. In those far-off days, miners, both men and women, were bound for life to the pits in which they worked, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

BBpMH /X ■ - ■f ■ ,, h • ' ?= THE MINEOLA MONITOF Old Indian . Tradition j of Wyoming Springs Che Big Horn hot springs in Wyom among the largest in the world a favored haunt of the Great Spiri; jand possessed of miraculous powers old Indian myths are to be believed Today large numbers of Shoshones rArapahoes and Crows camp in num ars near the springs, invoking tlx Id of the Great Spirit in ridding then, of their ailments. They also believt these" waters will bring them protco iftion against evil. Harry Lange, an old Indian fighter. intly visited the springs and re lied that 50 years before he, as member of a" scouting party with a cavalry detachment guided by Arapa hoes, had crossed the Big Horn, at the present site of Thermopolis. Langi Said they threw themselves into the . pools* below the big spring and went 'through religious rituals. They urged .the soldiers to do likewise, declaring "*ie waters were blessed by the Great irit and that bathing in them would off evil. A- legend a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 January 1927

^ ^ f . -J*--'.v . . . THE BfiNEOLA MONITOR Ed's Restaurant, and Refined. Safe, Dependable, Accomodating. The Mineola State Bank is proud of the reputation of being Safe, Dependable and Accommodating. Nothing affords us greater pleasure than to be of service to our customers and to the community at large- This policy has been strictly ad- hered to since the organization of this bank. SAFE, because the officers and directors are mcp. of successful business experience. DEPENDABLE, because we always have a healthy cash reserve to take care of finar Salt depression, and ACCOMMODATING, because by being Safe oind.Dependable, we have become able to take care of our customer's needs when times are harder than usual. M1NE0U STATE BANK That WelBGroom- JTJS£lSt C.S""" ed Look. 50% of your success depends upon your looks. If you have the first 50 the other 50 maybe j Laivi 81t)s $1.00 Extra Speci- acquired by coming to the \ al ]ast chance at this price, at Born to Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Buchanan o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

i / ■« ,-.•«■ *,. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY 5 M- VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 3, 1927. NUMBER 51*. SPEC. TATER fv-- Ehr £§ 1 •t.i w <- The Mineola Monitor announc- es an addition to its staff in the personage of Mr. "Spec" Tater, a gentleman of long ex- perience, in various fields ot labor. The Monitor believes him to be a man of fairnesss ana of good judgement and has asked him to conduct this coiunu as long as he cares to doso. Spec Tater's indentity will not bs revealed. He lives in Wood County and has done so for a long time. He will no doubt see and hear things that a great number will not see and hear and if he cares to discuss these things in his column, the bridle is off and he may dis- cuss them as he pleases however The Monitor states in the begin- ning that this column does not reflect the editorial policy of this newspaper. * * * * Well, folks. I ll say in the beginning that I'm glad to b^ back in harness again...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

V- . 'Mi THE MjynEOLA MONITOR VIia MihaaIa youngsters and the bast meth- }lne fflllieola Monitor ods of creating interest in edu- —— ational work, the breadth and Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas. Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor.Advertisings Mer. Twin of Subscription Wood County One Year $1.00 Six Months -75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wil be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper i*5 Kmited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. LET'S GO FISHING One of the most tragic posi- tions to find oneself in it n a rut.' This has reference espec- ially to tht business man or pro- fessional man who cannot ex- tract himself from that peril- ous manner of doing a thing in the same old way from day to day. After all, it ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR M: m t Pm On My I Way to ChappelPs to join «9f ♦:♦ The Big Parade v* Hundreds of folks from miles around Mineola, thrifty shoppers who value their hard earned money will join the Big Parade to Chappell's Grand | Array and Big Display of new Spring goods, which have all been merged * into one grand scene of unusual value giving. BARGAIN Beginning 9 a. m. Saturday March 5th The Green Tag Sale Prices Tell the Story of Real Money Saving Opportunities Men's pin checked pants, belt straps, serviceable .nice looking, priced at only 98c Men's Sand Khaki trousers with belt straps made roomy, expert wormanship marked, for the big Spring Carnival only . $1.50 6 Big white handerchiefs for men only 25c Childrens three quarter length hose, a big color line, fancy tops- wide ribs r only 35c Ladies' Silk Hose all colors 35c 27-in. gingham in a beautiful color line per yard only 9c ladies' Gowns lace, trimmed,, em. broideried decorated, beautiful color line Big Parade price only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Shadows v9 Of the p ist ten years have meant history to us. Enjoying the one and despondent at times over the latter, we have pressed forward regardless of conditions to build soundly that which we have established. We ask no applause for the meager success which we have attained for we have simply tried to live up to the creed of Truth, Courtesy and Service and we attribute our steady growth to the progress of Mineola and its surrounding country and to the principles enunciated above j LOOKING FORWARD On tae threshold of another decade with the mist of morning being supplanted by the warming glow in our hearts we renew and reaffirm our ideals of Truth, Courtesy, Service to you and will ever try to serve you whether in SUNSHINE OR SHADOWS. f "r- PROGRAM ANNOUNCED The program selected for Anniversary Week is varied and represents a high standard in movie productions and carries a cast of unexcelled cinema stars. A change will be made in the program each day and a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

' THR MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor Mrs. Fred Steed. £ditor-in-Chief 2 Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief Lula B. Kingston Social Editor , Ruth Carswell Athletic Editor - Leon Aaron STUDENTS VIEWS CONCERNING HOLIDAY SPECML GLASS REPORTERS Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sub-Freshman — Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon Lula Little Vendelie Vandiver .. Edna Mae Kingston T. W. C. ORCHESTRA HERE MARCH 18TH. A letter received by Mr. Nes- bitt from J. O. Leath, vice-presi- ren of T. W. C. Fort Worth last Thursday announced that the T. W. C. Orchestra will appear at the High School Friday, March 18th at 2:30 o' clock. .. .Dean Carl Venth music direct or, will appear with the Or- crestra which consists of about twenty instruments. The High School pupils and faculty are looking forward to this great musical event and cordially extend an invitation to the pubic to attend this musi- cal program which will be free to all. MONDAY WAS A HOLIDAY ...

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

..,-v ^ ■ ^: ■ •'• '~r^' /B fHB MINEOLA MQMgQgt Gemytgw M—hmwi—«i' ii'afta^^MMi—ww—M NEW HOPE NEWS The health of the community fine at this writing. Jep Hooks and family from ar Tyler spent the week-end ith his mother Mrs. A. B. lopper . Miss Bertha Phillips had for lests Sunday Misses Mary Lathem. Marjory MithceH and Mintie McCay. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Amoss visited Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Fouse Sunday. 1 < ; j v J. T. Pennington and family- spent Sunday with C. M. Tits, worth and family. W. E. Phillips and family spent Saturday night with J. V. Amoss and family. Miss Haten from Hainesville spent Sunday with Miss Georgia Hasten. Mrs. McCary, and Mr. and Mrs Whitehead visited Mr. and The Best Groceries j 4 > O It is always our aim and purpose to give you j! the best in Groceries. We handle, a large and j! complete line. No order so small that we do not <; appreciate it. No order so large that we cannot handle it. . FREE CITY DELIVERY Telephone No. 146 W. D. WILLIAMS & CO.i Mrs....

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