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

n ■ P: m i& «{vr\ * ■ >■ . VOL. 51. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY rtJNTY, t MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH, 10, 1927. k NUMBER 52 SPECK TATER Dear Mr. Speck Tater: I'm glad you threw your column of The Monitor op in for "kicks" or commendations to those of us who wtjuld like to get something off of our chests. Now I've had a few things that I wanted to say publicly for a long time. Here's one of them. Why can't Min- eola have as good ward school building for it's children as ther towns the size of Min- eola? Why can't the lilt1** fel- lows have as comfortable blad- ing a the high school boys and girls. My little girl is in danger constantly when she is at the ward school because she is subject to the hazards of a fire trap. That old build- ing is no more suitable for a school building than the box factory is for a church. If it costs lots of money to build a new ward school building then let's take the burden and vote bonds and get us one....

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 March 1927

X ' W THE MXKEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor 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-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 bo gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper ifs limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. I I "FIRST IN WOOD COUNTY" One certain newspaper in Wood County makes the asser- tion in its columns that it is "First in Wood County.' If this statement be true, The Monitor desires to compliment that publication in the highest terms, for it is the best paper in one of the best counties in Texas. However, there are certain requirements necessary t0 be fulfilled before a paper can be considered the ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 March 1927

"•2$> THE M1NEOLA MONITOR is? COAL-PIT WORKERS HELD IN SLAVERY 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 sJevts. In those far-off days, mineTs, both men and women, were bonnd for life to the pits in which they worked, and were actually transferred with the collieries, when these were sold to a ew owner, as part of the property. This extraordinary state of bondage, sanctioned by Scots law in 1606, con- tinued for nearly two centuries. Even for the children, there was no hope of escape, for as soon as they •tarted to work, they too were "thirled" to the pit for the rest of their lives. Parents were so Inured to the hardships of their own lot that they regarded slavery as inevitable for their children also. Some Infants were sold to the mas- ters at the' time of their baptism, In the presence of the minister, who wit- ne...

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

TBS MINEOLA MONITOR GRCIEN Pentagon VntiThliv WHAT YOU MUST BUY ON FAITH For some time he has made his home in Tyler, and at pre- sent is an efficient member of the Courier-Times force, em- polyed as linotype operator. The many friends of the bride and groom wish them a future of prosperity, joy and happiness. After a brief honey-moon visit in Dallas, they are now at home in the Storey apartments on South Annie avenue. —Courier-Times. Mr. Cox was formerly of Mineola and has many friends here, who wish for him and his bride a long life, full of happiness and success. CONSTABLE'S SALE Beauty of silver, gold and plat- inum, of precious gems, you can judge for yourself. But of their quality your assurance is faith in those from whom you buy. Years of honest dealings have earned us a repu- tation for trustworthiness, winning us many patrons and, among other things, the dis- tinction of being one of the few jewelers privileged to sell Gruen Watches. Jewelers For Over Fifty Years FlYHFS -O...

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

If You See Those New Fords We Have On Dis- play, And Have One Of Our Salesman Demon- strate Them To You- The New Fords are all that one can wish for in an inexpensive but practical car. One of the newest features is tjte new Carburator which is the greatest gas Saver in the history of Fords. When you think of Fords Think of—v ^ Witts Motor Co. | Mineola, Teaxs "Dependable Used Cars " -■v CRISIS WILL COME I- To you as it comes to everyone in a lifetime when there will be a question concerning your credit and rating. _One of the first places asked about you K''S is at the bank where you do business, and one of the first questions asked your banker is, has he learn to SAVE To Save one must deny himself same of the luxuries of life and practice THRIFT and FRUGALITY* ^ When the crises comes to you, let it be said of you, ' he has been regular in meeting his obliga- tions and has laid up a bank account for that rainy day." Start An Account Today At The— FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mineola, Texas ...

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

Monmm 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 SPECML CLASS REPORTERS Senior Louise Thorpe Junior Francis Cannon Sophomore Lula Little Freshman . Sub-Freshman Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston BOYS PROHIBITED TO WEAR SHOES "I suppose we will have to come to school barefooted or buy us a new pair of shoes,'? cussion among the boys after it had been announced in cha- was the central theme of dis. pel last Tuesday that the Nat- ional Guard boys would be pro. hibited wearing National Guard shoes to school. The reason for this being the noise caus- ed by wearing such heavy shoes arid again that the shoes belong t0 the U. S. govern- ment and should be kept for National Guard use only. PALESTINE HIGH WINS ONE ACT PLAY CONTEST Palestine High School was declared winner of ihe North Texas regional tournament of State High Sc...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR j MAKING THE FARM PAY - - By Old Man Economy You SURE DID A GOOD OOBOF PLOWING THERE,JIM Yes, hank,and its all because i got that new John Deere PlowJ THIS SPRING. A FELLOW NEVER REALIZES THEftE'S 5UCH A BI6 DIFFERENCE IN PLOWING UNTIL HE COMPARES A John Deere vith other plows i < iiin '*V'' 7 A \; f r r^' .rr^• 2Or** fZ->~-*rriV IN/ AN'"' Whilten Hardware Co. MAX fAf/O'JS BY GCvO At this Store You Get Q U ALIT Y AND 3 £ H>V i ^ ^ - i HAINESVILLENEWS Hitl' Brother Tunnel of Quitman preached at the Methodist church here Saturday night. Will Russell and wife were Mineola visited last Sunday. Mrs. Ila Rholes of Mineola attended Sunday School her Sunday. Tom Turberville and family of Pine Mills spent Sunday with their son and family here. Mrs. N. R. Turner. Miss Vera Turner and Mrs. Lona Turner visited at the home of Mrs, Ella James last Friday. Miss Ouida Puckett and Miss Alamo Laminack spent last Thursday night with Miss Es- j telle Penix. TEH TEWS' EXPERI...

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

m-t. ';3r W- $ § r). •'"V • • ..,r .,. X-V* • ' •. .< • "■" * ■'* ■ r~ A ■ „ \ THE MINEOLA MONITOR 3 "When The Day is Young" Life is exacting—but life is consist ent. Through all nature, natural laws sometimes seem hard—but only when we try to violate or evade them- Ob- servance^ them pays peaceful rewards This major rule is no better proved than in |fcis message to you—about your business—and our business. When the day is young, the day is life, it is time to be up and about. He who starts early to build constructively, is he who knows that the younger years are the productive years, and that they must be made to take care of later years—when earning powers are lessen ^—and peace and rest should be en- joyed- A Growing Bank Account is the first stepping stone to such build- ing- Decide now to save a part of your income EVERY WEEK—then watch it grow. -ST" m vy.; • The /Vlineola State Bank SAFE, DEPENDABLE and ACCOMMODATING ? T t ? t T t T ? 7 T t t T T T t T ? t I X T t i f T ❖ t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

-88- A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Yol. 52. 1 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH, 17, 1927 NUMBER 1. SPECK TATER It'g most nearly dogwood blossoming time. To the bid East Texans who have gone from these parts who read this, it will bring recol- lections of the prettiest sea- son of the year. It's worth a trip back home to witness again those nightly ghosts, j, , - ♦ * * * # . _ .. a "LET GEORGE DO IT" In the coming School elec_ tion to be held on April 12 there will be three of the present board to go out of oifiee. In selecting successors to these trustees who have no doubt given their earnest efforts to the work, it should be the duty of every citizen to take an in- terest in the choosing of them. If the voting is done in the same manner as in the last school election, there will be 35 votes cast. As has been the custom here On the election day several ■citizens get together and agree to g0 to the polls and vote for so and so and when the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

isSR The Mineola Monitor 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-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 the liability of this paper iiB limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. THAT ETERNAL SMILE "Whom the Gods would de- stroy, they first make mad." One of the tricks of the box ing game is to get the opponent angry. Many boxers curse their adver aries in under tones while in the ring and spit tje blood which usually ac cumlates in the mouth into the opponents' face. All this is done t0 infuriate the oppon- ent and thereby gain an ad- vantage. Boxing rules have tried to stop this practice a- m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

- THE MINEOLA MONITOR NOTICE OF TRUSTEE ELECTION APRIL 2. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Sct^poi Board of the Mineola ' ^Independent School District an election will be held with_ in «aid district, Saturday. April 2, 1927, for the purpose of electing three (3) trustees for jieid district for the ensuing two years. Hie said election will be held at the Mayor's office in the City of Mineola, Texas, and A. D. Beaird was appaointed to hold said election, which will be held in accordance with the General Blecton laws of Texas as near is possible. Witness ovlr hands this 7th day of March 1927. Attest : B. L. Chappell President School Board J. H. Harris, Secretary School Board Mineola Independent School District. SHINGLES GOOD PINE SHINGLES : • $2.00 {•,>-' Per Thousand At the Mill 2Vi miles from Mineola on Hainesville road. Telephone 920 Fll DAN RUSSELL TEACHERS NOTICE DR. E. P. BUNN Wood County 1 Chiropractor ^ Mineola office hours 3 to 6 P. M. Phone 122 Mineo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

MOWHOK a SAY MISTAHT dat dere's er extra fine Dey say sutnly bargain in Motor oil down de street, where yo kin git de high- est grade Oil in five. .gallun lots wid er five gallun can throed in ter boot, de whole kuntrapshun fer $3.90 How's T^t;' Watts Motor Co. HARMONY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION GIVES TO CONQUEST CAMPAIGN Mineola, Teaxs "Dependable Used Car*" $600.00 253 00 46 00 57.00 25.00 $981.00 Five of the seventeen churches in Harmony Baptist Association report gifts and pledges to the Conquest Cam paign as follbws: Mineola Quitman Hainesville Daughorty Bethlehem Total This is a very good begin_ ning and the larger part of the above amount is cash. During the entire calendar year of 1926 the entire association only gave a total of $701.40. This is a very encouraging start and means that we will go "over the top" in this asso- ciation this year. Would ap- preciate it very much if the other churches would sends in their reports to me also to Dr. F. S. Groner, 720 Slaughter Bldg., Dalla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

wmm WKHm % ■ ■ . THE M1NBQLA MONITOR Mi / of people will be glad they came to join the Big Bar- i . :h ' gain Carnival. A big event that is the talk of the country for fifty miles arnund Min- _ 39c _ 35c ji7 in. Gingham all colors 15c value 9c Togfe Du Nord Gingham s all colors 19c Genuine everfast Suiting 9/4 Bleeched Sheeting ,... ^6 Spools Thread Dress Shirts 69c t© .... — tfciffoii Iiuso >'ilk from top to toe ... Otner Siik Hose Toe to $1.00 lSnpoHie'd Whrte Voil for Gralu&tioh Dresses yd -ft;®#® Ladies Novelty Shoes from $2.95 to - $6.95 240,.AVt. Dinner Detain Overalls . 9§c Tin Stripe Pants . — • • ^^c Kjuki Pant$*V • • • ♦ • *•*,-.., — 98c ySuit Cases *— , 98c Men's Hose ^>... .V.^V. 10 c f Men's Grey Efese -t •• Bring your money in large or small amounts to Chappell's where it will get quality and go farther. The Green Tag Prices Point the Way to Big Savings During this Monster Sale! Business Men ing To Go To Tyler Mineola, Texas At the convention of- the East Tex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

Mm P3§R; , I mmm mineola monitor 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 Cars well Athletic Editor Leon Aaron SPECML CLASS REPORTERS Senior Junior —, Sophomore — Freshman Sub-Freshman Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon Lula Little Vendelie Vandiver .Edna Mae Kingston JUNIOR CHORALS SING AT TEACHER'S MEETING The Junior Girls Choral Club about twenty.two in number appeared on program before the County Educational Asso. «iation which met in Quitman last Saturday. The Club sang several numbers which were well received by the Association J. T. Roberts also played a trombone solo. The Club was unanimously invited to appear at the next meeting. HONOR ROLL FOR 4TH SIX WEEKS CENTRAL WARD SCHOOL BEAU OF BATH TO COMMERCE f'Beau of Bath," the one act play, sponsored by Mrs. Steed, will be presented in Commerce Friday night at the District one act Play Tournament. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

THE MINEOLA HONBO* ■W— wmmmmmm Breakfast - Dinner - Supper You'll find the best of service at our counter We invite Everybody to Eat with us. Our Sunday Dinners are a specialty CAUDLE'S RESTAURANT Mineola, Texas GOLDEN GLEANINGS Here's Real Economy- Many Planters In One When you buy one of these handy one-row combined cotton and corn planters you are really getting many planters in one. They are adapted to seeding a variety of different grains, as well as cotton, in just the right amount to suit the fertility of your soil. John Deere Nos. 147 and 149 Cotton and Corn Planters are popular wherever these crops are grown. The No. 147 has shovel opener and shovel coverers; the No.149 has runner opener and knife coverers. Both are equipped with the John Deere Saw-Tooth Type Steel Picker Wheel that plants even the lintiest seed accurately. Lint or trash is not left in the hop- per, but dropped with the seed. This John Deere de- vice plants wet seed accu- rately where other types of feeds f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1927

-r. THE S-r* MONITOR A BUNK IS NO STSClKClR 1H/N ITS MANAGIMENT FOR TWENTY YEARS THIS BAiX HAS BEEN MANAGED BY THE SAMF. BOARD OF DIRECTORS and in the past ten years there has been no change in it's active officers- During all this time the stockholders have been paid regular dividends and the expense of a, new building in 1926 WE DO NOT OWE ONE DOLLAR On this record we solicit your banking. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING MINEOIA STATE BANK Steaming Hot Rolls for your > supper. NUSS' BAKERY. 49tc — Mrs. E. A. Reeves and Miss jivars Eru.ce went to Longview I Thursday morning to attend ! zh 3 funeral of Mrs. Eddins. Yrj can buy cheaper at !.rU^,e j Grocery by paying cash. I vV-. csliver J. D. Dowell and J. B. Wood are assisting in securing leases for an oil company that will drill near Mineola. The Sanitary Barber Shop has installed a new cash regist- er in its shop. Why not buy Domino Lard, from Joe G. Chappell. You get it for less and sure it's the best. Why not buy Domino Lar...

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

v a-. The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vol. 52. -i r i ir MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH. 24, 1927 NUMBER 2 rh- t SPECK TATER ' At the top of this column you will find a drawing more accurate of my likeness than the one which I have been having.. I have decided to make this substitution so that my friends may have a bet- ter idea of my indentity. * * * * * Dear Speck: Having read Medi Tater's letter and deciding that Medi is about right in saying thai turn about is fair play in that it is the farmer's turn to crjti- size the aown business man and to give hirn advice about con. ducting his business. *• I have, ;\t numerous times heard exclamations of admira- tions and endearment directed at the beautiful view that is to be had on approaching our wonderful c\ty from the east. Especially when in the immedi- ate vicinjty of Mineola. Gun Club grounds. This could be improved easily, by the City stacking tin cans, worn out fii...

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

v ' -.;^s ' M ■ m r THE MINEOLA MONITOR i ! , - IP: r- THE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor WHof-in-Chief AMociaU' Editor-in-Chief Sodai Editor ——™_ Athletic Editor Sophomore „„„ Brashman •■b-Freahman Mrg. Fred Steed. Abilene Huff - Lula B. Kingston - Ruth Carawell Laon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS - ,„;Xoulae Thorpe ,-,„m„Francl Cannon Loin Little ...-^Ytmdelle Vandlver Edna Mae Kingston SUPERVISOR VISITS MINEOLA SCHOOLS Miss Carrie Belle Sterett, State Supervisor o £ High Schools, from the State Depart- ment of Education, visited Mineola last week, making) a through inspection of our schools. Miss Sterrett express- ed herself as being well pleas. «d with the character of work being done by the Mineola ( Schools. She complimented the , «chool board and P. T. A. for the inany improvements made ♦ st the ward whoci yince her la&t visit—addition of teachers, remodeling of the inside of the building, new black boards, in_' stallation electric lights, sh...

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

i - THE MINEOLA M0HOW BiMWwraHniiinitriiiniiiitniiiiiimniiinnifliF iiiimiw ireakfast - Dinner - Supper You'll find the best of service at our counter We invite Everybody to Eat with «us. Our Sunday Dinners are a specialty CAUDLE'S RESTAURANT Mineola, Texas inm!aiiiqi)mi)rliBmiiiQUiuiiii)tgini umi(aiiint!!ii(UQ!i!aiHiimiitii>!i?!iuii)iiHani]!iniH!iiuiiii:uiuHmi:uiiHi;ni;*bmitsi«d:«iui83nrawaBv HOARD NEWS DID IT EVER ENTER YOUR MIND? That your influence belongs to your home town,' That the mail order house does, not help you: Support the sick; Build churches and schools; Keen up your social affairs; Beautify your parks, streets and public buildings. Patronize your home merchants and help build up your twon. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION J. B, Written, Pres. H. O. Rogers, Sec'ty. Those Good Juicy Steaks, ^ Hams, Roasts, Chops Are the most zestfu! possible to buy. The quality is excellent and we serve only the choice cuts.. Besides meats you find fresh cheese, bread, and a line of goo...

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

?4.. J; 'i 11,^ IB® MSNE0LA MONfXOB #t1 >wn-Harrold Nuptial Witnessed 4&3 S. J. Brown of this city, at a •j ceremonial service marked with the beauty and freshness of the i vernal season, and enchanced By Fifty Guests by the informal simplicity * * • 4-V* ^ .W?foiV of ftao vocir^ or>PC Miss Evelv? yesterday afternoon. I^rs. Lois Brown of Santa Fe and Miss Reba Robinson greeted the guests,, receiving them into the drawingroom which was lovely of the affair, at the residence J }n the roseate hues from the | of Mr. and Mrs. Sisler on South, chandeliers and side lights „ _ Rosine Harrold, i 9th street, Thursday afternoon, covered with blush pink shades niece 6f Mrs. C. C. Sisler, be_ I Only intimate friends and re , and drapped with cherry blos_ , <£tme the brjde of Samuel Cong! latives- of the bride and groom j soms and fern. er Brown; son of Mr;- and Mrs. \ attended the delightful event! The brjdal party passed from — ———— -— I the drawing room into the sun parlor where a...

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