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

THE MINEOLA MONTTOfc CONSTABLES SALE * One horse mule black, 7 yearB old about 15 hands high, to be sold April 2nd between 10 |ft. m. and 4 p. m., in Mineola, Texas, under foreclosure of mortgage, to the highest bid- der for cash. Eugene Huffman mortgagor and Walter G. Rus- sell Morgagee. E. M. Horton, Constable. WATTS Announces to its customers and friends its new location which will become occupied as soon as the building can be put into proper shape for use. The Engel building has been secured and preparations will be begun immediately for our occupancy. This building is loca- $ ted next to The Monitor building. * We wish to thank the Mineola Fire Boys for their effort in at- tempting to save our former place of business and also to thank the many, other friends who assisted us'in the many ways too numerous to mention. WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK FOR FURTHER • -i •• ; .• -.-v s&. ■ >■ 4^ ANNOUNCEMENTS WATTS MOTOR CO Mineola, Texas When you buy John Deere implements you are ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1927

L Bp; w TUB MP*BOLA 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. £ It"' ■fee; it I# planted or not. Here's hoping that every venture under way will turn out well; especially the one in Van Zandt county, which it is hoped will prove a gusher and pave the way for a flock of derricks all over the county. The Wills Point Chronicle. Wood county will have four wells going down by the 1st of May. ♦ ♦ ♦ • We hear a lot of comment on the fact that Colonel Good- night of Clarendon got mar- ried at the age of 91. He used pretty good judgement in wait- ing a8 long as he did. —Mt. Pleasant News. * ♦ ♦ * Hi V it* * ♦ ♦ ♦ • COW PEAS For The Land And Live Stock Sake A. K. Sort, Dircetor From ancient times cow peas have been one of the depend- able farm crops both from the standpoint of live stock feed- and soil building. Through all this time it has added very materially to the fooa of m...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1927

• - r • THE MtNEOLA MONITOR mjgg. m fei;1 W&r "F f TKese Cars are DOUBLY )U RECOGNIZE the emblems shown below. But do you know what General Motors has done to make each car the outstanding value in its price class? How it is using its great resources to provide each with a finer engine—a stouter chassis—a more beautiful, more lasting body— a finish that defies wear and weather—quality materials in those hidden places where quality is most needed? You'll save money on your new car by clipping the coupon below. Mail it TODAY. CHEVROLET r 7 models—$525 to $745. The quality car of the low-priced field. 3- speed transmission. Dry-disc clutch. Smooth, powerful engine. Fisher Bodies. Duco finish. Fully equipped. CHEVROLET TRUCK CHASSIS: %-ton, $395; 1-ton, $495. 5 models—$775 to $975. Has largest 6-cylinder engine in [its price class. Fisher Bodies. Duco finish. Beautiful, stylish lines. Value proved by unprecedented sales. 11 models—$875 to $1,190. Gratifies your finer taste. Satisfie...

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

(fiSHwi**: \v. I I. 11 ' IK""' J. The iieth State Bank Tikes Author Stcf u the Interest •! Safety Believing that tour depositors have the right to every safeguard possible for their funds, we have arranged with the Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co-, to insure your <?Hecks against loss by fraud- ulent alteration* « YOU ARE REQUIRED: 1- To write your check with ink. 2. TO use our new check (Safty Paper) 3. To have your account balanced, at least every three months. If you will follow the abo^c suggestions, you need have n6 fear of losing any- thing on, a raised check, a forged check or a check that is cashed the second time- MINEOU STATE BANK EAT MORE ! READ Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas U 'fiowerS •</ <L/ Jfcone 214 Mrs. Cage, or Phone 75 Mrs. Beckham, for good ser- with Judge's Flowers. Steaming' Hot Rolls for vour «pper. NUSS' BAKERY. 49tc. Mrs. W. E. Coler spent Wed aesrday in Dallas. ~—*0-1-—— Geo. Hicks of Cisc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. V kr ^ MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH, 31, 1927 NUMBER5 3L ' • • •* .-V St 1 MINEOLA MAKES DEFINITE PLANS TO ENTER TYLER CELEBRATION SPECK TATER . I taiked to Cousin Mary the other day. She lives out near my farm and had just receiv ed a letter from one of her friends here in Mineola. You understand Cousin Mary has al ways ordered her merchandise from the mail order houses and thinks she gets the biggest bargains in the world by doing so. Her friend is just the op posite. She watches the ads in The Monitor and gets the bar gajns in her old home town and not only keeps her money in Wood County and doesn i. help build one of those negro directors' home of U. Catchem and I. Cheatem Co., by send- ing her money oi'f to tne mail order houses but she gets her goods quicker and gels better quality and buys from home stores that stand behind the merchandise they sell but has a satisfied conscience when it'...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

\ 1 I The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act ©f Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Asaoc. 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 fc limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. CHINA FOR CHINAMEN In the midst of the strained relations between the British, American and Chinese Govern- ment^ when accusations are hurled back and forth from one set of propagandists to the other, it becomea rather dif - ficult for the average American to arrive at an accurate and just opinion as to what it is all about. Though this be true, there are few Americans who have not passed a hurried judg ment and inv...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR NOTICE ;Whom It May Concern: 7e the undersigned Trus- of the Lone Pine School •ict, hereby give notice It at the first called session the -Fortieth Legislature ich will convene on or about *il 18th, 1927, we will have bill introduced to repeal ite Bill iNo. 319 as passed the Thirty-ninth Legis- pttire, ;jame being a bill to create i the C4olden Independent School istrict. 52-4tp Signed. F. G. Johnson, W. H. Rose, W. G. Shirey. X f T f X Kodak Finishing Send your films to me for development. A. NICKS, Tyler, Texas. SHINGLES IOOD PINE SHINGLES Per Thousand kt the M?ll 2 x/i miles from Mineola on Hainesville road. Telephone 920 Fll DAN RUSSELL DR. E. P. BUNN Wood County*! Chiropractor ^ Mineola office hours 3:30 to 6. P. M. Phone 122 Mineola, Texas SOLED AND HEELED And you have a pair of Shoes almost as good as new—bettor In gome instances, if just the new sole snd heel are consider ed,£or we use only the highest grille leather in our work. E W JENNINGS SHOE SHOP MO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

I ► .v. f ■ f -Y 7'~ **- ; - sass?! the mineola monitor II!lll!l!lllli!!!!!illilll Hitlnnl FOR THE WEEK DRESSES One lot of 18 Dresses including Silk and woolen. | Originally priced up to $30.00, to close this lot out | at the extra ordinary price of only $5.95 | m SHOES | One lot of Ladies Slippers in the new light Spring | colors worth up to $4.50 only —— $2.25 | One lot of Ladies' Silppers in the new Spring colors, | worth up to 5.00 only $2.95 j • -These Are Well Displayed On Center Tables— One lot of Ladies' Slippers, top grade new styles, | worth up to $7.50 only $3.45 | Men's $2.50 Solid Leather Work Shoes, with heavy | Paracord Soles only $1.95 | Just a few of our Men's Vi price Suits left. Get j yours and SAVE. ^ I I F.E.Adams | Mineala, Texas M1NEOLA Welcomes You and so does J. C. RUSSELL GROCERY COMPANY You will no doubt need a supply of FEED and < GROCERIES, when you are in town. We can yo«. We Buy your, Eggs Chickens, and Butter. J. C. RUSSELL"" iMontine Phillips Run ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

THE MBTCOLA MONITOR ftfr aj^Mrs Will Cage "were wefik-yjto^^^ors to Dallas. | WAOTtJDy "To1 Tent a good piano for one month. Phone. 172 Steaming Hot Rolls for your suiter. NUSS' BAKERY. 49tc. ^ ,13 lbs. Sugar $1.00 at Rapes @ich Grocery. Grape is a good health dijiak, give the children all the 1$$ Grape they will dxkik. tf. !%lrs. H. 0. Rogers was a Dal- las; visitor last week., 14 oz. Catsup 19c at Rapes Gash Grocery, " Pay Cash and Pay lesg is our flabfao. Rapes Cash Grocery. 5To'clock tjet therir while they ai e' hot • NUSSBAKERY* -"-Mrs. T.. S. Shelton of Wiims- boro was the guest last week of Mrs, W. T. Epps in Mineola. When you want good dry pine stove wood call Phone 916_l1^. J. B. McClenny. 2_4p You can buy 5 cans 25 oz. K. C. for only $1.00 at Rapes Cash Grocery. Saturday Special. 8 lb bucket Lard $1.10 at Rapes Cash Grocery. Mrs. J. U. Moody of Dallas visited her sister Mrs. H. O. Rogers this week. uiMiuMiitm HATS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS | " " ' The County Meet, in which Tea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

■s'jW;-■ Hp - - ' ' _ THE M1NEOLA MONITOR pi $f 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 Junior Sophomore — Freshman Sub-Freshman Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon Lula Little Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston GIFT OF L. N. BROMBERG Mineola High School was the recipient last week of a handsome and useful set of the Encyclopedia Britannica, consisting of 32 volumes en- closed in a beautiful mohogany case. The gift is from Mr. L. N. Bromberg of Dallas, who vol- untarily presented the set as another addition to the Brom- berg Memorial Library, made possible through the genero- sity of his father, the late I. G. Bromberg. The Yellow Jacket wishes to express the thanks of the school board, faculty and student body of this attractive and useful addition to our library. ij? ' ♦ a 111 Minioia I r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

• • £-* ■K THE MINEOLA MONflW mammsmMm^rnnrnm mM 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 RESAURANT Mineola, Taxas (SunfrNetts* NEW HOPE NEWS I DID IT EVER ENTER YOUR MIND? i That your influence belongs to your home town. That the mail order house does not help you: Support the sick; Build churches and schools; Keep 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. m Those Good Juicy Steaks, Hams, Roasts, Chops Are the most zestful 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 good groceries. We keep our meats fresh in the very latest type of refrigrator. Letteuce and other delectables... Mineola and Hawkins, Texag R E MILLS MA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1927

• * - -■ ,".v> ' '". '>jyW.WSW •:.. ~^rmewm <-*3 THE MINEOLA MONITOR T§ Sensational Bargains! A wonderful collection of NEW fresh stocks just received—the result of recent purchas- es that account for these unusual offerings. VALUES as interesting as the treasures at the Rainbow's End are READY—waiting for your inspection. HERE is a full page ad packed full of dependable, desirable merchandise, af prices far below what you expect, quality considered. READ every word---and COME—you will find many bargains which we cannot mention in this advertisement. Sale Starts Friday, April 1st FAST COLOR HEAVY CRETON a 36 laches Wide HH MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SHOES 4 YD. PIECES FANCY DRESS ■ , PATTERNS The latest style in good wearing and comfortable shoes await your inspection. We are sure that price and quality will please you. Come and see our display. ALL SILK AND RAYON HOSIERY Slightly Imperfect 22x44 TURKISH TOWEL Closely woven materials of extra -fc^vy weight in elaborate multi- color ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1927

A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vol. 52. SPECK TATER w Talking about the electrical storm which hit old Mineola Tuesday night I think I can explain the reason of it all. If you follow the territory which the storm traced you will find that it took in Mineola, the sec- tion to' the west for several miles taking in part of Van , Zandt County a^d t0 the east about six miles, to the north about two and one half miles, and south on down as far as v the big oil well in Cherokee County. Now here is the theory. Electrical storms follow the «ath of underground oil pools. Figure it out according to sta_ J tistics. Practically every storm "in Texas will be found to have hit n sections where there was an oil pool of where later it was found. One reads every day of an electrical storm in some oil field. Where there are storms where oil has not be?n found does not disprove this theory but simply indicates the certainty of a. great pool be- neath the surface. Old Woo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1927

. THE M&raOLA MONITOR — i ll I Ml The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mmecia, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Xnesda. Texas under the Act af Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription County eYear $100 Months *75 of County. titacYear $1.50 Six Months 75 error made in advertise- _ wii be gladly corrected feeing brought to the at- of the publishers, and — lability of this paper \ ad to the amount of the ^ consumed by the error in Hut advertisement. PASTIMES Whether it ig a fact or not aiatt that "ail work and no pfcay maKes JacK a auli boy " should have little effect on tne 1^Lar> which several local base_ m iang, now have of placing ap. independent baseball team Wn- this summer. Preparations should be made t0 have a team ttng slimmer ana a good one si that. With quite a number ol excellent players byche Mag- nolia Company at the booster plant west of town and as many who live near Mineola,...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR igMany Worthy Boys And Girls credit plan adopted by Jyrne Cot n.ercial College _ailas, *to ma.?: the^ searcit/ Iffunds avalablr' to those de. Ing a business education, has taken advantage of by —iy. This school is enjoying the jest attendance in it 's his_' K It's advanced thorough extentive course of General less and Management for sing women and proving investments for those pre_ ig for the more attrac_ fe and remunerative business ions. ' MANY WONDERS IN DEPTHS OF OCEAN aing Hot Rolls for your upper. NTJSS' BAKERY. 49tc. a. EAT MORE BREAD Get it made in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas DR. E. P. BUNN Wood County! m Chiropractor ^ Mineola office hours 3:30 to 6. P. M. Phone 122 Mineola, Tow AND HEELED And you have a pair of Shoes [ almost as good as new—bettor in spme instances, if just the new sole snd heel are corsider edl for we use only tho highest giattle leather in our work. E W JENNINGS SHOE SHOP monuments The Best...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ,iiu'!il!ni!!!ll!:ill!mi!!l!lltinit««Hfltlli^ PI Hk WE ARE FOR THIS WEEK a few Special Prices on SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE worth considering Genuine Broadcloth Shirts White $l.i9 Better grade white broadcloth shirts $1.69 Imported English broadcloth shirts white $2.50 val $2.1S Imported Eng. broadcloth shirts in novetly colors and stripes at $1>75 Detachable collar shirts small nos. $1.50 val. 69c Boys shirts in novelty checks and stripes for dress 98c Marclee House dresses 50 in number to select from while they last - $M9 Lather gloves from 50c t0 $2.25 Canvas gloves leather palm all styles all kinds 10c to 75c One lot nice gingham going at 9c One lot percals worth 15c going at .. 9c Beautiful colors >n 36 in. printed percals many peices to select from 18c Printed pongees worth 35c going at ... 25c Mens work hats straw 25c to 75c Extra good grade mens blue pen stripe work pants worth $1.50 now 98c TENNIS SHOES TENNIS SHOES GALORE 98c Brown khaki pants good gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1927

m i TBS MINEOLA MONITOR Mineola Mattress factory keopeitcd and ready for business at the same OLD STAND, We appreciate past favors and solicit a continu- ance of your liberal patronage. Mattressess worked over and made good as new, or we will sell you a ntw mattress at the right price. See us. ELLIOTT & TULL Mineola, Texas panies subject to the completion of th building which will pro„ bably be within the next 45 days. This structure will mea- sure 65x100 feet, will be con- ! strueted of red brick, and steel TT" « | framing and will be practically "With crackling flame the fireproof. On the corner the caldron fries" spoke Mr. Dry- pierce petroleum Company will Local Fishermen Enjoy Fish Fry On Lindale Lake a Roof to Withstand the HAIL John Manville did it in Mineola Tuesday night, jt will do it for vou. We have three John Man- ville Roofs in Mineola. One on the F. C. Reneau home, a part of one on the Abney Hotel and a Built Up Roof on The Mineola State Bank fBuilding. sNONE OF T...

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

. ! ~W THE M1NE0LA MONITOR HE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Sponsor JBdifcor-in-Chief Associate Editor-in-Chief Social Editor Athletic Editor SPECML CLASS REPORTERS Mrs. Fred Steed. Abilene Huff Lula B. Kingston Ruth Carcwell Leon Aaron Senior Junior [ Sophomore — Freshman Sub-Freshman - Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon Lula Little —Vendelie Vandiver .Edna Mae Kingston RESULTS OF COUNTY MEET The eighth annual county Interscholastic League Meet for Wood county was held at Min- eola last Friday and Saturday. Mineola was the host to stud- ents. teachers, parents and scores of interested citizens and boosters from all parts of Wood county. The keen in- terest and good sportsmanship [ which was manifested by every r one present made the event )ne of the most profitable and f succssful meets ever held. At the present time the re_ I cords show that Mineola won lass A, Alba won Class B, with luitman a close second, Plea_ |sant Ridge won the Rural, and antral Ward of Mine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1927

THE MINEOLA MONTIW tf. l H ■e< , SSr H W\ :: (SunfyNwy HOARD NEWS We have been having some very beautiful weather since the last writing although it has tried to rain but has miss- ed sq far. The health of the communi- ty is very well at present. Every one is able to work ail time. ; Mrs. M. E. Hunter went to Richland last Firday to see her aged mother who is very sick. Will Floyd took dinner with W. L. Hunter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mitchell of New Hope visited Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tucker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Speights spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Fouse. Ed Fulgham and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Head spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Garland went to Richland to visit re- latives Friday. Mrs. L. C. Wheeler spent Sun day wth her daughter Mrs. Onnie Sanders. Bro. Fletcher filled his regu_ 1 a r appointement Saturday night and Sunday. He deliver- ed two very fine sermons. Miss Nettie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1927

THE MFTOOLA MONITOR Mrs. Mattie Sewall of Red- land was in town Saturday. KH L ■' '■> Nicely furnished apartments. AJ1 conviences, to rent. A. J. HENRY. KM A. L Ritchie of Redland waa We wait ;n to call this bank "YOUR BANK" The other day, we were surmised and gratified to hear a customer tell his friend that THE MINEOLa STATE BANK was the best bank he ever saw. A bank that always had funds with which to take care of its ens* tomers and a bank that you could depend on to give you good advicg in regards to invest- ments. . ^ . £ j! We want you to know that this bank feels '"s obligation to its customers for without them Ml could ot prosper, and so we say again: \?e want YOU to call this bank "Your Bank." MINEOLA STATE 1 "jl We Sell Anything From a Postage Stamp \ UP Pendletons DrugStore jj Phone 45 Mineola, Texas AS QuALI 66ISTSH A^A A^A THE SELECT THEATRE | PROGRAM Monday April 11 One Day Only GENE STATTON PORTER'S Besf Know Novel "LADDIE" Alsa Good' Cbmedy 10—25 Tuesday April 12...

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