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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

¥*+ ? ;• „ SsSST^W^SB 'V :; * WMMMp '"'" < & ?•>. • •, .■*y' - i Vol. 52. A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" )UNri, TBXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1927. MINEOLA, WOOD CQUT iY SPECK TATER I must say a word commen- datory of the movement to ad- vertise East Texas. In my ««timation there is no country with greater possibilities of be- coming the leading section of Jfipr union than East Texas. ■>But to take ths lead, there , must be a strong effort made by the good citizens who live li'ere to promote its many ad- vantages. The abundant wat- er supply, fertile land, and proximity to a great territory OIL DRILL! F1ML ARRANGEMENTS MARE FOR EAST TEXAS CELEBRATION AGRICULTURISTS ARE AIDED AS LEASING ACTIVITY IS AMPLIFIED. Though the greatest sececy is being maintained in their activity in securing oil leases and royalties, many scouts, representing the larger companies and several ill- dependent operators, who believe that oil will be found in Wood County...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

m if'.' 'Jst.v n '■ i m: /< s. THE MIKEOLA MONITOR . ' -v f ft f ■ • " . J- He Mineola Monitor ftablished every Thursday at Mtteeia, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mnifiola, Texas under the Act •f Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, jfesaoc, Editor_Advertiskig Mgr. Term of Subscription County tYear $1.00 Months -75 of County. fee Year $1.50 Sol Months 75 error made in advertise- wM be gladly corrected being brought to the at. son of the publishers, and liability of this paper ijs to the amount of the consun^d by tii^ error in ihe advertisement. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER newspapers often inaugurate fecial campaigns to increase •-jffwe&siion. This proaedur^ is good when a paper bogins op- «*atBKi. Tiu special campaign also cause an enormous numbe* •m£ readers suddenly which is ■we& enough. However, those lrfco subscribe for a paper und- er saeh impluses usually per- xat their subscrition to drop lrfeeir the time is up and in many cases these...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

mw w- THE MINEOLA MONITOR MONUMENTS ie Best Granite and Marb the Lowest Prices. We ot have to pay the agent „ commission. Yard across street from Postoffice. MINEOLA MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS 8. P. TUCKER, Manager GOLDEN GLEANINGS The cloud burst Tuesday night and hai 1 was not s0 dis- tinctive here as it was at oth- er places. Land, crops, and garden: aie d^ma^i but it MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT BREEZY HILL And spend the day. The best place to picnic: Here's what you will find there. Free shower baths, Free Picnic Grounds, Free Water, Accomodations plenti- ful: Radio service. Shady grove with tables and benches • " W'PVHK Full line of Groceries, Cold Drinks, Gasoline and Oil, Tires and Tubes: Come Spend The Day The 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. FREE CITY DELIVERY Telephone No. 146 mm W. D. WILLIAMS & CO. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

^ • y 1 ^ ' V.: SEW ' ......HPT* V •■%'•'• •' ■ pre ■i HffiNROB Nu Grape is s good keatth Jbrirtk, give the children all the Nu Grape they will £rink. tf. r—^"0*1" Subscribe for the Monitor. 200,000 ^orta Riean Potato SKreVCDOrt Chamber slips at $2 per thousand. Can " begin delivering them cn April >f,. J. W. CHRISTOPHER' Mineola, Route 2. 2tp. " j&ff —;r- ittHMHinfHnaiaii^^ EASTER SALE WE ARE OFFERING FOR THIS WEEK a few Special Prices on SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE- worth considering Genuine Broadcloth Shirts White — $1.19 Better grade white broadcloth shirts $1.69 Imported English broadcloth shirts white $2.50 \>al $2.1S Imported Eng. broadcloth sh rts in "ovetly colors and stripes at — ..— $1.75 Detachable collar shirts small nos. $1.50 val. 69c Boys sftirts in novelty checks and stripes for dress 98c Marclee House dresses 50 in number to select from while they last — $1.49 Lather gloves from 50c tn $2.25 Canvas gloves leather pa]m all styles all kinds 10c to 75c One lot ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

J': tv"4" . ,p •V- V: or? THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' •' ~ >- - --V REDUCTIONS GOLDEN GATE GIRLS SCORE TRIUMPH HERE BEFORE TWO URGE AUDIENCES Railroad Gang Moves Into Town ber around two hundred, They „,.f , this, vicinity jtoot — tw/i week? 1' ,'v '• 1 on LADIES SILK AND GEORGEnE in three lots Lot One Reduced to $ 9.95 Lot Two Reduced to 12.95 • Lot Three Reduced to 14.95 I These dresses are new ones and are extra nice ones uiid those who desire something exclusive in dresses lor Easter at a greatly reduced price can not find a greater bargain than in this limited lot of dresses. Warwick Shirts ARE NOW ON SPECIAL SALE. PRICES I RANGE FROM— .. $1.39 to $2.49 . —SEE THEM WHILE THEY LAST— i Five gangs of railroad work- ers have moved in and na&r Mineola and are employed in laying the 120 pound new steel on the Texas and Pacific Rail- road. These gangs are housed in regular bunk cars aud num- Put County printing On com- petitive basis. Save money. ... , % ■ 1 ' _ .<>' ' j "•! '-...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

I * > * 1 - IHK MINBOLA MONITOB THE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School EK i YELLOW JACKET STAFF i V. 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 School events for April and 9, Senior High School. May are announced as follows: May Fete, Central Ward School, April, 29. Junior Majestic, May 6. Junior-Senior Banquet, May 13. Music Recital Mrs. Cannons class, May 17. Junior Play, May 20. Baccalaureate Service, May 20. Commencement Exercises, May 23. Expression Recital Miss Walker's pupils, May 19., DISTRICT MEET MONTINE PHILLIPS | RECOVERING. Elsewhere in today's Monitor The Yellow Jacket is glad is a complete program announc-! colored, making a total of 897 Montine j ing the District Meet to be held1 scholastics, a gain of 15 o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

•/ ■ Ur THE MINEOLA MONHW I . y 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; Keep up your social affairs; Beautify your parks, streets and public buildings. Patronize your home merchants and help build up your twos. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION J. B. Written, Pres. H. O. Rogers, Sec'ty. THE RADIOLA 20 The Most economical Radio Receiver ever built that really performs. . Pot the Country Home it can be operated entirely on dry ceH batteries. Its selectivity is practically equal to the Super-Heterodyne. Its volume is equal to any five tube set PRICE—$78.00 less accessories. C. W. EPPS Mineola, Texas * FRESH GROCERIES AND ❖ COURTEOUS ATTENTION X T Y Our complete line of First-Class Groceries and Jl ^ Feed insure you satisfaction. It pays to pay cash g y Y t t ♦?« 1 | We Buy Butter, Eggs & Chickens | I F p niVIS-CASH GROCERY. " «& f y t YOUR KNOWLEDGE HAS POWE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 April 1927

F * r s •• THE MB^EOLA MONITOR We want you t call tfe "YOUR BANK Thg other day, we were surprised and gratified to hear a customer tell his friend that THE MINEOL.i STATE BANK was the best bank he aver saw. A bank that always had funds with which to take care of its cus-1 tomers and a ba"k that you could depend on to give you good advice in regards to invest- ments. We wa«t you to know that this bank f6els its obligation to its customers for without them it oould *ot prosper, and so we say again: v*e want YUti to call this bank "Your Bank." EAT MORE BREAD Get it made in Mineola i J i I fresh every day, by an expert baker. i NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas MINEOLA STATE I THE SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM i Monday April 18 "lady in ermine" COEINE GRIFFITH and FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN Also Good Comedy 10—25 Tuesday April 13 "THE FLAME OF THE YUKON" SEENA OWEN and ARNOLD GRAY Comedy—-"Should Hus- band Pay." 10—25 Wednesday April 20 "FINGER PRINTS LOUISE FAZENDA JOHN T. MURRAY Also Good Comedy 10—25 Thu...

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

The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Tol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 20,1927 NUMBER 6. GREETINGS -- BEST WISHES -- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE EAST TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, TO TYLER OUR ENTERTAINERS, AND ALL GOOD CITIZENS OF EAST TEXAS FROM MINEOLA, "THE SODL OF EAST TEXAS" As Citizens of Mineola in the Great County of Wood we join you today in celebrating the First Annual Convention of The East Texas Chamber of Commerce. We are here four hundred strong to lend our efforts in the great cause of placing East Texas First in Texas. "May It Ever Be Thus." 1/ \ J jyl is %/ , Q rw> / diXlAPi .i ± t OUUtS a, Q,$luou> <ZAr7%)^ v (/ _ 8 f — v^^.ZltooQ<nJU sfl JJL ^ m I A Jp, OVER ONE: MILLION DOLLARS NEW PROGRAM FOR THE CHAMBER OF TO CROWN EAST TEIAS QUEEN IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY HERE The largest building program ever attemped by a small town in Texas is now under way iu Mineola. Every available con- tractor, carp...

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

m " ' : f I. \:Wm THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mine ola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas.. Entered at the postoffice at Mlfteola. Texas under the Act Bi Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Weed County Year $1.00 Months -75 ©atside of County. tee Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Any error made in advertise- *euts wii be gladly corrected apoa feeing brought to the at- tesBtien of the publishers, and fcfee liability of this paper ijs Bisated to t V? r.~ncT:"t of the space eonsui -J Ly oi^cr in the ar/lvertisement. COMMUNITIES FAIRS j sinistra tors, at $3,00- to $4.- ln most progressive counties 000 a year. ' in Texas and chiefly where! 2 Field office inspectors, at there is a county agent employ- $3,800 to $3,900 a year, eii, community fair*' are arrang- 4 Associate field office in4 ed each year and the prize ex- spectors,. at $3,000 to $3,600 a hi bits are carried to one of the year. principal ...

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

WBEBPg T—r i ... . ^ . .. - TBB WNBOLA MONITOR X 4i ^ Mineola Girl Is * jl % Chosen as Duchess m MISS SARA BRUCE -—Miss Sara Bruce has been se- lected to represent Mineola as duchess at the East Texas Cham- ber of Commerce convention at Tyler, April 20. She will ride the float, a miniature world, and will carry out the slogan of this town, 'Mineola is sitting on top of the world." RUSSELL S. RHODES Tb Russell S. Rhodes Secre- Manaper of Tyler Chamber of Commerce goes a large share of putting over entertainment of The East Texas Chamber of Commerce. By his vigorous management and detailed work of his efficient assistants Ty- ler has made of herself a most delightful hostess. ——•hOJ* Mineola Has New One Million Dollar Building Now Started The unusualness of a little city the size of Mineola, having erected at its door a million dollar concern is something to attract the attention of any intelligent person. With the employed by this company who have been engaged in laying the pipe line...

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

. : • . V, > . ■ ... ■ , ' "f ^ ;' f • v ;. i i Signed Monday For Aviation Landing Field In Mineola Another forward step in ing Mineola in the fore- it, was the leasing of an ition field in the southwest ;tien of this city here Mon- day. The citizens of Mineola paid for the lease and are al- lowing Captain Irwin, a World's War Flyer off International fame who has his headquarters in Dallas, and his assistants the privilege of supervising this field. This landing will be placed on the U. S. Government list .of recognized fields an^ will be a regular stop for flyers iiaiai® SHINGLES Good Pine Shingles coming from Dallas, Ft Worth San Antonio, Shreveport and Houston. A signal will be placed on the field to indicate to passing flyers that some passenger desires transporta- tion. This will be a great service to hurrying travelers, to em- ergency sick patients who de- sire to get to a sanitarium quickly and will no doubt be- come a mail service station. It wil give Mineola prominent pl...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1927

• ; .V, -V., . -ttm..... m ■ m mmzZT ..... TBS MINEOLA HAINESVILLE NEWS Mr. Martin and wife accom- pained by M. V. Anders Sr, spent a few days in Greenville Martin's daughter. the past week visiting Mrs. D. A. Wheeler and family f ter Mrs. Vernon Lindley in visitel W. P. Wheeler near Pine j Mineola. Mills Sunday. ' Reba Tuberville and wife Benson Anders and wife visited at Pine Mills Friday spent Saturday night with the night. The Best Groceries It is always our aim and purpose to give you || •; the best in Groceries. We handle, a large and <; P i; 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. MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT BREEZY HILL And spend the day. The best place to picnic: Here's what you will find there. Free shower baths, Free Picnic Grounds, Free Water, Accomodations plentL ful; Radio service. Shady grove with tables and benches • Full line of G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1927

h < &§■ ■ K SPECK TATER Continued from Page One. AGRICULTURAL GROUP Convention Tent, Courthouse Square JOHN D. MIDDLETON, Chairman Easter Egg Hunt In South Mineola 9:30 A. M.—Address, Dr. J. N. Harper. 10:10 A. M.—Address, Dr. T. O. Walton. 11.00 A. M.—Address, Dr. Bradford Knapp. *11:30 A. M.—Address, Mr. Daniel Upthegrove. Adjourn. With apology to William, East Texas is a stage arid all the people therein are actors. They reflect the training which has been instilled in them, in .their hortie towns. If their town is progressive, they them- selves are progressive, if it is a hick town they show it. You -can bet your bottom dollar that nonjb of the latter will be at,the E&st Texas Chamber of Commerce Convention. j ***** Dear Sfaeck Wh^/t has become of Medi Tater. r Has he quit the farm, Ura Tater. Answer: Don't worry we'll hear from him again. • * * ** * Last week our District At- torney, the past foreman of the grand jury, a member of the City Goimmission, a stew- ard in...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1927

■ « !*\4< : ' M 1 1mb mineola monitor Monitor Subscribers | • Write Of What They Read First Each Week Recently The Monitor sent dttt a few letters asking cer- tain subscribers what they read first in this paper. Here is part of the letter received fronpt Dr. A. B. Cochran of Los Angles, an old time Min- Itola citizen. Dear Monitor I will say the first thing 1 read is the Hoard happenings. Monitor play up the Gag Booat- I have noticed that is the only «r Plant more, was amazed at _ ' | thing. Then the ads and when- I lay it aside I am ready to stand an examination and guarantee to score 100 per cent. Would suggest that the place in the Monitor that weather conditions and crops are mentioned. Next I turn to page one and read every- the development there. It will mean much to Mineola in many ways. A. B. Cochran. §' v. Bgp. H ?. 11 THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN WOOD COUNTY ; Extends Greetings and Best Wishes TO THE EAST TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND TO THE GOOD CITIZENS OF EAST TEXAS T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1927

r... r ,-r. . ......... , , -. > m ;!.-v_ '-r ■ * ■ - ■"■>. ' .: jf^p^ ., "5^ry':?'#5 • . . - ,A s ' * -?■ llPPfl WM%: * i mm Mineola High School age of 95.28; Clyde Williams 93.9 Louis Hunter 93.7 and Hilda Engel 93.4. Lula B. will be Valendietor- ian and Clyde Williams, Satlu- tatorian. MAY FESTIVAL At the High School on April '29th at eight o'clock, the Ward Sponsor Mrs. Fred Steed, j School Df Mineola will present Editor-in-Chief Abilene Huff, an elaborate affair, having the YELLOW JACKET STAFF one of the senior girl declaim- ers at the district meet in Greenville this week. The Yellow Jacket thinks a wise selection has been made. I I ,Associate Editor-in-Chief .. Social Editor Athletic Editor Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sub-Freshman Lula B. Kingston ; coronation of a May Queen, Ruth Carswell; chosen from among the pupils, Leon Aaron j dances, drills songs and so SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS ! forth. Approximately 2 0 0 Louise Thorpe' children, representing almost Francis ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1927

v ' VfP ~ y . . THE MINEOLA MONITOR p >« 2* ". NEW USES FOR COTTON Important steps toward re- habilitation of the cotton indus- try, with possibilities of wide- spread effects not only upon those who produce the raw pro- ducts and those who manufac- ture it, but upon the consumers, were taken last week. This movement has nothing DID IT EVER ENTER YOUR MIND? That year influence belongs to year home town. That the mail order house does not help you: Support tite sick; Build churches and schools; > Keep up your social affairs; Beautify your paries, streets and public buildings. Patronize your home merchants and help build <► up your two*. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION J. B. Written, Pres. H. O. Rogers, Sec'ty. THE RADIOLA 20 The Most economical Radio Receiver ever built that really performs. For the Country Hotne it can be operated entirely on dry cell batteries. Its selectivity is practically equal to the Super-Heterodyne. Its volume is equal to any five tube set PRICE—§78.00 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1927

?.'■ ' ,Vr •" yW y"Z"K 1 :' '•• •'. . . • ■ 7- - ••? Mi : - i <•1.? " THE MINEOLA MONITOR FIRST IN 5 Mineola First In East Texas Is The Slogan of C. C. SISLER Another Slogan Is Straw Hats For Particular Men, Say "Thoroughbred" And You Have It A New Shipment Just Received Warwick Shirts They Are The Best for the Money PRICES $1.39 to $2.49 Ready-to-W ear Siik's and Georgette Dresses for Misses and Ladies. Prices $1495 r--*wx«L>* iMcwnani uw ■>"<l % wtf -9.95 .- m?xs S! Pays to Pay Gash at Sisier s EAT MORE BREAD Get it nade in Mineola fresh every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas m r* & o'clock. Get them while they ,ire hot NUSS' BAKERY "KK*—-— William Edwards Perry was "•a visitor in Mineola Sunday. 4 *0* Mesdamcs W. D. Kitchens, T wiT*,. ' Reitctl and Will Cage ^ Saturday and Sunday. < E.« Marguerite Noble was a Mineola visitor with home folks Saturday and Sunday. -KM* Doug Landers and family of Henderson were visitors in Mineola Sunday. Buy a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

WW 1 -11 111,1 > He:: .It- «. ; | ■ ■* ft. "- The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1927. MINEOLA'S WORLD FEATURES PARADE EAST TEX. CELEBRATION LAST WEEK NUMBER 7. SPECK TATER Gregariousness is natural with hu- man beings. But that is not the reason that I drove over to Tyler last Wednesday was a week ago to wit- ness the prettiest parade ever staged in East Texas. It was loyalty to Mineola and those things she spon- sors that I took the jaunt. And I wasn't disappointed in the display of floats either. That Longview float Amid 25,000 cheering celebrators in Tyler last Wed- nesday a week ago at the convention of the East Texas Chan.ber of Commerce, as the beautiful replica of the world swung into the square, t^e hearts of many Wood County people and scores of Mineola folks thrilled at the sight, for they knew "Mineola on top of the world ? had come into her own. Followed by a you...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

i PI m r F-'JS, m Slftf I 4. iff iipi ":r THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■ ™ .. . ' .Vs>-: Bll railroads, she is suited to a place to educate the coming East Texans; candy factories in Dallas, Houston, Henderson and Mineola would be plentiful; airplane factories built not only in Dallas and Houston but here in Mineola where a splendid landing field has already been leased; beautiful fishing lakes all over East Texas and especi- ally in Wood County where they are in abundance besides the great water supply which they furnish; natural gas, the center of it being in Mineola where over a million dollars is now being spent in a great booster plant, as the gas comes from Latex, Texas; peanuts grown all over East Texas; goats and sheep which are rais- ed in Wood County and other East Texas counties as well would fulfill the required need for woolen garments besides for food; cattle, in Wood Coun- ty, and others, for food and dairy products; lignite which lies hidden in scores of East Texas countie...

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