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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

all 3W* , — E;4s9* ~ -; " • ' H5S- THE M2NEOLA MONITOR rr II . and Mrs. R. T. Hooks !We desire to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hooks upon the occasion of the TENTH ANNIVERSARY of the Select Theatre and Confectionery and wish for them much future success. King Candy Company. You will always find a complete assortment of if# Hi The Chevrolet Motor Comp- any believes in advertising. Watch for their announcement each week. Will Ray is now Supt, of the ; Thrilling Airplane work of beautifying the ground at the Magnolia Gao Co. plant west of the city. Lig=o«nier What is it? Visit the Mills Market and see for yourself. The very latest refrigerator where the customer may see on display any type of meats or market products he may desire- It keeps the food fresh and uncontaminated from other foods in, the same refrigerator- Cold Meats and cheese feature our spring delectaMes- R E MILLS MARKET AND GROCERY —Phone 9— _ Chocolates for American Queens THE SELECT CONFECTIONERY ❖ ❖ t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■ '\ t X ? T Y f T ? ❖ t T ? | t f T f t T t y t X * X X T f T T X T I f Celebrating Our 10th Birthday We first desire to thank our Patrons who have been $o loyal to us in giving us their business through these many years. It is our desire to continue to satisfy our customers in each succeeding Season- Furthermore we solicit the patronage of those who have not seen fit to be listed among our clientele so far and invite them to visit our store , >x< FELT AND STRAW COMBINATIONS FOR SPRING California SPORTS HATS Town ondTcountty JAUNTEE play-lime hais r \ / MADE IN CALIFORNIA Smart accessories reflect your individuality and complement your costume. NOW ON EXHIBITION Suits and Spring Coats smartly tail- ored, fashioned a- 1 o n g filim and graceful lines. Lovely Silk Stock- ings of Chiffon and medium weights. In all varied colors. Re-enforced top and foot. Bags, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs' Vanities and Gift3. BROOKS' MILLINERY AND GIFT SHOP IS THE BEST BY ACTUAL TES...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

hp™™. 'iy*1--.. '• ' v; *■ , N TEE MINEOLA MONITOP :AKIHG TEE FARM PAY - - By Old Man Economy MfeMlKTing NTOWN KIND OF EARLY A PENT vou, JIM? Had TO GET A NEV CULTIVATOR, "N HANK. OP COURSE IT'S A John Deere- AlL MY IMPLEMENTS ARE. And SINCE I'VE STANDARDIZED ON ThE 1 .JohnDeepe line, rve made more l p> MONEY EVERY YEAR AND HAD VERY UTTLE REPAIR EXPOSE.) Bur WHEN s DO NEED REPAIR^ c KNOW I CAN ALWAYS GETTHEM ] o/frivcn nr.' OJO New Type Of Sheik In Desert Romance JIFFY Maw 31, | Jin on Whitten Hardware Co. Things to DO With QUALITY I At this Store You Get QUALITY ANO SERVICE HAINESVILLE NEWS Bro. Fletcher filled his regu- lar appointment at the Metho- dist Church last Sunday. • Sunday School was well at- tended at the Baptist church Sunday We are glad to report that the sick of our community are ■mproving. Mrs. Ella Flournory spent last Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ina Chaddick. 4 Mrs. Ella James and Mrs. Lil- lie Lanier visited Mrs. Willie Russell Tuesday evening of last week. Mis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 February 1927

■WZfm J.7 8* ' '?^rpf ' tHB M1WBOLA MONITOR EAT more BREAD Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an t- expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas Steaming Hot Rolls for your supper, NUSS' BAKERY. 49tc. Miss Carrie Mae Clinton vis- ited in Lindale Sunday. The Lions' Band wfll play for the Pure Food Show this week. A new roof is being placed on the Express Office. I want to buy eight turkey hens. Quick. W. D. KITCHENS- Year old Berry plants for sale W. F. WEVER.. 49tfc Looking after the best interests of the community Knowing that some people would feel that the repeal of -the Guaranty Fund had removed one of the Safeguards of their funds, the MINEOLA STATE BANK is carrying with one of the largest bonding companies in the world a $50,000 00 Surety Bond solely for the protection of its depositors. ' ^ Following up its avowed policy of always keeping a bank that is SAFE- DEPENDABLE and ACCOMODATING. MINEOLA i NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR SPRING HAT Here you will find all that is in s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

The Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND 1VOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, I<EBRUARi. 10, 1927- NUMBtf ; Aft. EAT MORE BREAD Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas Wood County Oil Well Spudded In Near Alba, Northwest of Mineola Active Gas Work Begins Here Soon - jrp Radio Entertainment To Bp f iveri Soon Bv Chevrolet Driers During the Chevrolet Deal- er s Business meeting and Ban_ quet which will be held in Dal- las February 14th a special rad- io program will be broadcasted from Station KRLD. according to announcement from A. W Fulcher, local Chevrolet dealer. This progiam will be given I'm:a 7:30 to 8:30 P. M. Besides fasci- al musical features theie will , also be an address by S. H. Grant, General Sales Manager of the Chevrolet organization. This is scheduled to be th ■ ture event of the evening's entertainment. Pjgv A* O*' The Red Land School will present the play entitled ''The Little ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

THF WVEOLA MONITOR I I pK K<, • ■ Wi: t* ft- "•i- ir i The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Act of Congress. March ii, 187D. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County One Year * 22 Six Months Outside of County. One Year * Six Months . Any error made in advertise- ments wil be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at-, tention of tfc i publishers, and | the liability of this paper 1* j limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in ; the advertisement. j MUNICIPAL ADVERTISING The Citv of Atlanta Georgia spent in 1925, $250,000.00 to let the world know that Atlanta had everything good that any other citv had and many things besides. Such good results were obtained i'rom this ad\er- tising that in 1026 it quadrupl- ed ths amount for advertising and expended $1,000,000.00. | The result was 169 new busi- , nesses came to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

%' - Wm THE MINEOLA MONITOR IK". W: ww THE DARKEST DAY IN HISTORY By A. B. C.MAP1N "Wat Day WH£N You HAD SWiMPED AMD SAVED AND HAD 'Pen\£P Yourself a lot of thc thivg-s you >WANTEJ> AMD You HAT> 'RAKED AMD SCRAPED fiWOuS* to Buy HER that Swell 'Box OF $ON $ONS We12E/ JJMMY WANT 90MB CANOY ^ «el? Yourself — TAKE ALLVOO tVAfJT ! AMD TOEM TO HAVE SOMETAWtf- LIKE TW(S HAPPEN J \ M OFF OF CANW WOW, I'm RrDucivG- TrtAVKf, S\ S-l MllTO///|l i One in Three Fail On This Problem Try It Yourself WAXAHACHIE, Jan. 28.— If a book and a stamp cost $1.02 and the book costs $1 more than the stamp what does the stamp cost? ' Dean Edward P. Childs of Trinity University here caught more than one-third of a class of advanced students on this apparently simple problem. "Seems easy, does it not?" a3ked the dean. "But wait. Reason out the result and prove your first conclusion. It is a good demonstration of Kant's conclusion that "things are not what they seem to be." It' your answer was 1 cent an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

™ffp Hi' • i •• ' • " THE MINEOLA MONITOR «& u il i EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA! I ■ '• j L F • I EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES Beginning Saturday February 12th All of our goods are new, nothing bought on the lowest wholesale pri pass the benifit of our purchases on A visit to our store will convince you in truthful advertising, the truth, the truth. lasting Saturday night February 19th shelf worn or from Bankrupt stocks, ces, therefore we are in a position to to our customers. that what we say is true. We believe whole truth and nothing but die 36-Inch Good Heavy Cheviot Shirting yd. 18c 27-Inch Extra Heavy Cheviot Shirting yd. 18c 32-Inch Fast Color Gingham yd 19c 32-In. Fast color (Indian Head quality) Printed dress goods 50c quality our price yard - 40c 42x36 Inch Pillow Cases (Free of Starch) each 29c 42 Inch Linen Finish Pillow Tubing yd. 35c 40 Inch Linen Finish Pillow Tubing yd. - 29c 8/4 Pepperell Quality Bleached Sheeting yd 39c 9/4 Pepperell Quality Bleached Sheeting yd. 44c 10/4 Pepper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

ml?' :fi^j pi k x . & -v : ife. ■•■ >Sv ■ . r ' / THE MINEOLA MONITOR road Man Retires After 46 years Service ■'Forty-six years is a long1 le, but this has paid for it," the comment of Robert W. ibson Monday as he fingered le Missouri Pacific- retirement ige on his coat lapel. It had just been pinned there by H. R. Stafford, executive vice-pre sident. "What am I going to do now? ' 'Why mother and I are going to loaf. First we are going to California to visit our daught- er and then we are going "back to the hills' of West Virginia where we were born. That will take about six months and it will be the first real rest we have had in many years," the veteran declared and he looked to "mother" for confirmation. Beamed Approval Evidentally the couple had talked long of this trip for she beamed approval. When Mr. Gibson retired Saturday he was the oldest engineer in the Mopas's south- ern properties and the first to Breakfast - Dinner - Supper | You'll find the best of service at o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

■ e- '■ ■ . "■ t ' --jj| |g| .{':• .fi'X:' . IL- THE HSOOU MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School WARD SCHOOL KIDDIES TAKE TO PLAY GROUND BALL YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor . Mrs. Fred Steed. Editor-in-Chief Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief Lula B. Kingston Social Editor Ruth Carswell Athletic Editor Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sob-Freshman Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon - Lula Little .—Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston COUNTY BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT The eighth annual county basket ball tournament for Wood County Interscholastic League was held at Quitman las Fri- day. Six paid member teams present, Class A Mineola; Class B Alba. Golden, Quitman and Pleasant Grove. Stout was the only rural league member pre- sent- Winnsbor0 was absent and the class A contest was award- ed to Mineola by forfeit. In the class B preleminaries, Alba defeated Golden, while Pleasant Grove eliminated Quiman. Min- eola was an easy winner over Stout in the cl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

: V gum THE MINEOLA MONTFOP i GOLDEN GLEANINGS J . ' " " Life is made up of what we the prone to call little things, triffles, but there are few of us who do not know from experi- ence the big meaning of a cher- ry smile and word of encourage ment. Let us give both at every opportunity. There is no better tonic than a cheerful op- timistic disposition. Charlie White of Commerce was a guest of Billie Harpole and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ballard, on Mineola moved back to their farm near Golden Wednesday- We told them 2 years ago when they moved from here that they would come back. However, we are not mad about it. They are a part of Golden and belong here. Ulas Harpole was a Fort Worth visitor Thursday, i Louis Thomas of LaVern, Okla., has bought the farm of Mrs. Hattie Cathie near Golden ! and moved to his farm Thurs- day. 1 , Newt Harpole of Ardmore, Okla-. spent Saturday and Sun- day with home folks here. Our community was made sad Saturday evening when the message came fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 February 1927

s- >,-r THE ME^KOLA MONITOR : i . ' ' ' This Bank's Record IS ONE TO BE PROUD OF For twenty years we have been conser- vative and have built a reputation of fair dealing. In good times and bad, we have arranged to have funds for all our customers needs. We owe our success to these same cus- tomers, who hav^ fcaen loysl and have never missed an opportunity to say a good word for us. We want to serve you better and if yok will come to us with your problems we will try to help you solve them. MINEOLA STATE BANK . LOCAL lEMNm S. H Craver was in Quitman Monday attending court. H. W- Meredilth attended court in Quitman Monday. Dried apple§ 8c per pound at Rape's Grocery. Five room house for cale or rent. See J. B. WALLACE- ltc Mrs. Stafford Wilson of New Hope was in Mineola Saturday. Seiid^ Her- Wife ~ ~ Mother-, Daughter-Sister^ ~ Sweet ^ Heart Chocolates ijor American Queens St\ak'ntiiie's T)av Qeb.l4'-b Suourleciulifti Valentine Packages Jfowf Select Confectionery Ulil Read Fulchers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

c?- Mineola PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY P VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 24, 1927. NUMBER 50, W: Y / JUDGE WARREN ADDRESSES gi ■ •!' . ".v GUESTS AND MEMBERS OF CLASS Begins Sermon Series Sunday President Coolidge Heard By Students Tuesday night, the Calloway Bible Class of the First Baptist Church of Mineola entertained its friends with an oyster supper in the basement of the church, with its regular monthly night meeting. A crowd numbering ^afeout ninety people was in attendance and enjoyed the supper, mock trial, an 'Account of which will be found in an- other part of this paper, the music 'furnished by a stringed orchestra from Lindale and also by part of the local Lions Club Band and several inter- esting speeches. The principal speaker of the eve- ning was Judge J. H. Warren, Dis- trict Judge, who made a brief address V>n "Respect for the Law." ' Judge Warren stressed the urgency off better citizens in the face of the fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

r:w.\ "■ \ ■ ■ MONITOR ■ m ■ - -m v • . mam ■- - ' - , : *•••- V The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas. Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act <tf Congress, March 3, 1879. # R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County One Year $1.00 Six Months 75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wil be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and ■tiie liability of this paper ife limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. ANSWER THE TAXPAYER V. A representative of the Min- eola Monitor attended the last meeting of the Commissioner's Court of Wood County and ask- ed that the Printing Work and Official Publications of Wood County be placed on a competi- tive basis. He asked that the Court publish a call for bi$s on he County's work as it does in all other matters where the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

VTT^1 - -1* I §*8:1 ^ •• > jit,, ate [•HE MINI 0LA MONITOR p ■. j' - > $$' P ^,S WELCOME MAGNOLIA GAS COMPANY AND EMPLOYEES J?I if I a* fi i i% ** M i % ** \. is* E&'% , AUTOMOBILES A. W. FULCHER & CO., Chevrolet Dealer—Garage Work—Phone 120. WATTS MOTOR CO., Authorized Ford Dealer. Phone 1. .4 BAKERY NUSS BAKERY Perfection Not Cost. BANKS ^ MINEOLA STATE BANK Safe—Sensible—Conservative. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Oldest National Bank in Wood County. BARBER SHOPS CITY BARBER SHOP Tubs and Shower Baths, Good Service ELITE BARBER SHOP Hot and Cold Shower Baths SANITARY BARBER SHOP Hot and Cold Baths BOTTLING WORKS ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING CO. Phone 44. :*** CAFE BECKHAM CAFE Open All Night. Every Meal Special. Phone 75. CITY COMMISSION W. C. DuBOSE, Mayor. E. A. REEVES, City Secy. C. D. COLEMAN, Commissioner. E. Q. HEARN- Commissioner. CHURCHES « — . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7 Robert G. Behrman, Pastor. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Walter L. Cannan, Pastor. ♦ < 7, CHIROPRACTOR P , E. P. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

V ..V iffy ' *' ; * IBS MINEOLA MONITOE WHAT PEOPLE SAY 6t- „ Many people say that the reason Whitten | Hardware Company is the leading hardware | store in Wood Co,,n^T^oo^use they offer only | goods that have service built into them for the | jobs they are expected to perform. That they | know what to offer for the Special lob. When they sell you a tool it will do the job. | You are always welcome whether you buy or not. | Phone 214 Mrs. Cage, or Phone 75 Mrs. Beckham, for good ser- vice with Judge's Flowers. Steaming Hot Rolls for your Clipper. NUSS' BAKERY. 49tc. ' Whitten Hardware Company] —Better Service— | Phone 82— , Mineola, Texas ] ainmntaimia nniHiinntfi)iinmimaiiiiiiiniiiiiiii::iiiiiiiitiii!!i!!) Won't You Make Us A 4 \ tew Why not come to the telephone central office some time and see the operators at work? ) You will be interested in the wonderful mechanisnv as well as in the scientific methods used to safeguard your service. Such a visit will enable you to help us impr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

THE MXNSOLA MONITOR LEANING AND PRESSING •4- In my shop insures that excellent work and quick service that the exacting public demands. I am prepared to handle the most delicate fabrics. The patronage which formerly went to Smith's Tailor Shop as well as that of my friends and acquaintances, is solicited. Telephone 241— We call for and deliver. 7 4 -•- « v . % * * .11 n • •- • A ' \ Grady Puckett Suits-Made-to-Measure Laundry Agent CHURCHES MINEOLA METHODIST CHURCH Walter L. Carman, Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Preaching 11:00 A. M- • Epworth League 6:|Q P. M. Preaching 7:30 rM. Mid _week service each Wednes- day evening at 7:30. On account of local conditions the Sunday? School training School scheduled to begin at the Methodist Church Sunday February 27th has been indefi- nitely postponed. It is hoped to arrange at a latter date for the school. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Robert G. Behrman, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Preaching 11:00 A. M. B. Y P, U's 6:15 PfM. Preaching 7:15 P. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

' '' V ij THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' vwSMt 'V'. i: THE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor Mrs. Fred Steed. Editor-in-Chief Abilene Huff Associate Editor-in-Chief Lula B. Kingston Social Editor Ruth Carswell Athletic Editor Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sub-Freshman Louise Thorpe .Francis Cannon Lula Little .—Vendelie Vandiver .Edna Mae Kingston SPECIAL WASHINGTON'S DAY PROGRAM WOMAN'S DEBATE TEAMS ARE SELECTED Olla Beckett. Okmulgee and Elizabeth Calloway, Mineola, Texas, will compose the negative team of the rirls' debate squad and Viera Jhhnfcon, Arkansas, and Mimie Edminston, Tahle- quah, will uphold thp affirma- tive sides of the debates this season on the subject: Resolved that a uniform marriage and divorce law should be passed by Congress. • - - The debates in which these teams will take part are with the College of Ozark, Tulsa University, A. & M. of Oklaho- ma at Stillwater. Oklahoma City University, and Oklaho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

- "V*. Sill THE BdNEOLA MONI^POP MEATS FOR EVERY MEM. Aer it be steaks, chops or roast meat, it is sure to be fresh when you buy from us. Your order will receive prompt and careful attention. H. C. OLANKENSHIP CASH MARKET Across From Union Station.- WBBB& TO THE SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND FAT STOCK SHOW MARCH 5—12. UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS WORLD? FAMOUS RODEO HTKI wavM TICKET5 ON SALE DAILY ZAi^ '7/1MARCH A—II INCLUSIVE T EX AS PACIFIC RAILWAY Geo.DiHuniTer G-P.A. I " PROMPT AND COURTEOUS -ATTENTION- 1 I Given the automobile public at oar station in Mineola. WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH jj GOOD GULF GASOLINE AND OILS. I: -AUTOMOBILE TIRES AND TUBES- We Make a Specialty of Washing and Greasing Cars. 1 HENRY'S FILLING STATION Member Mineola Retail Merchants Association. NOT "WHEN DO WE EAT," BUT— . ^WHERE DO YOU EAT" —IN TYLERr— Choice Food Quickly Served. KIDD BROS. CAFE South Side of Square EYE-SE Ml GRAPE ORANGE -NIT GRAPE PUTS OUT A NEW PRODUCT— RANGE Wf Demand it in the EYE-SE Bottle—B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 February 1927

f '■ ' " ' -•'■ 1 ' " s. '. THE MPTOOLA MONITOR 1 Oar Extra heavy work clothe3 will save you money. Ed Scott. Safe Banking Requires Experience For twenty years the MINEOLA STATE BANK has been under the same active management and in that time has averag- ed paying more than ten per cent each year in DIVIDENDS. OUR NEW BUILDING IS PAID FOR, the/istures are also clear. We paid a div- idend in 1926 and have sufficient money to furnish our customers for 1927. Your neighbor banks with us-_ASK HIM: THEN COME TO SEE US Sara Bruce spent the week end with Marcella Craver at Alba. Get your supply of New Fer- ry's Seed. Warren's Variety Store * Smart and tailored hats just arrived at Brooks Millinery and Gift Shop. Ruth Russell spent the week end visiting relatives in Como, Texas. MINEOLA STATE BANK EAT MORE BREAD Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas LOCAL* OPENINGS "The New Spring McCalls pat- at Craver's Store. Mrs. F. C. Reneau is visiting m...

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