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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR HOARD NEWS ular. Mrs. Alta Moody and baby , and Miss Annie Mae Dupree Well it still rains at Hoard, 0f Dallas spent last week with e had an awful rain last t relatives near Hoard. iek. ,The farmers are in need of of sunshine. General sen will soon be real pop- DE. ANSLEY REITCH ff; DENTIST Nitrons Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry Mesdames J. L. Fulgham and Gladys Riehey spent Friday with Mrs. Hattie Fulgham. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon West visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sanders last Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Hunter returned home last Sunday from Rich- land where she was called on the account of illness and death of her mother. The eoi-rospondent was lazy last week. There was l°ts of visiting last week. The farmers are planting cotton even if it does rain. Good Dairy Products From Government inspected herds the best nourishments attainable. We handle nothing but high grade milk, rich in butter fats and proteins. We deliver twice daily. Jennings' Dairy Phone 61 Mineol...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

IBM MESEOLA MONITOR —— WORK - WORK - WORK Will brine results—But to do this one must have suitable clothes in which to do it. We have a fine assortment of good work clothes. Overalls-Shirts-Shoes-Jackets-Sun Hats and everything in that line. In addition to these you will find a new variety of Ladies* Dress Goods, the latest in Prints and material for house dresses. E. D. SCOTT Brazelton Lumber ! d0 50 ior seven Company Construe* j New Home Here' 1882 and to this union eight i children came, four of whom What will be one of the most j ar^ dec^fase^ , , . rh -t modern office homes anywhere "er " . as r c" C s rnuuau uuite 11 j 1 -tian experiences and was an I j *n Texas s ^ Tnmbferj example to those who came in , built by the Braze,t°n Lun bei, J i; Company in Mm_eola._A bung-, mom.n her Mineola, Texas Benefit Picture Show To Be Here Sunday May 1 In order to raise funds for the flood sufferers of the Miss- issippi Valley the Hed Cross has asked the Citisen of Min- eola and the Select ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR m a Girls Presents Gavel To Chaiman reliminary to their parade the afternoon the group of County girls and boys by George Reeves attended •She meeting of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce held in the First Baptist Church in Tyler. . At this meeting Mies ,Vendelia Vandiver, approached 1;he chairman of the meeting. 'John Hendrix, and presented him with a gavel in the form of a pine knot from Wood County. In "her presentation she made the following remarks which received prolonged ap- plause : Mr. Chairman, Officers of P The East Texas Chamber of Commerce, Ladies and Gentle- men. Realizing ths great benefit y<5urr organization is distined to accomplish for East Texas and knowing that there is much rk yet to be done and many stacles to overcome, before agricultural interest will fe;ch the high sta.;dv:J of ef- lcy to which it is justly titled; bad that your organization >uld have the hearty support every loyal citizen of this r part of onr state; We in behalf ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

WSE mrnmuL momtob t-liMIWPL. 2E Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Associate Editpr-in-Chief Social Editor Athletic Editor Fred Steed. Abilene Huff -Lula B. Kingston Ruth Garswell Leon Aaron SPECML CLASS REPORTERS Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sub-Freshman Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon Lula Little Vendelie Vandiver -Edna Mae Kingston MINEOLA HIGH ATTENDS DISTRICT MEET AT GREENVILLE Mineola High had some 25 I representatives at the District Meet held in Greenville last Friday and Saturday. Min- eola 's representation was per- haps larger than any school in the district because of so many first an second places won in the county meet. DEBATES The debates were the first events on program Friday. In \ the preliminaries, boys, Lucius Moody and Rex Folmer drew the negative side and were de- feated by Greenville Hi., by a three to two decision. The girls went up against Wills Point. They also drew the neg- L ative and were likewise eli- minated. In the finals, Sat- urday morning, bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

MM mt;* t: TEE AUREOLA MONITOR Send The Monitor Says Telegram And Letter Recently Any newspaper appreciates new subscribers and especially does it like to have people loo •. forward to getting the paper. • M- P** DR. E. P. BUNN Wood County^ Chiropractor ^ Mineote office hours 3:30 to 6. P. M. Phone 122 Mineola, Texas Last week the Monitor receiv- ed a telegram and a special letter from two new subscribers who failed to receive their copy of The Monitor through some mishap and were anxious to get every copy. Here are the communications: • Mineola Monitor, Have not received copy of Monitor through some error. Address Piano, Texas. Mrs. Henry Bowman. Mineola, Monitor: I have received two copies of your paper since subscribing for it the latter part of March. I am sure the fault is in the Post Office. Please look into this for me for I am very much interested and would like to receive your rp;: III Do a Row at a Time JoSisi BF You can get over your field oftener; take double advantage o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1927

••••• ■'ifi.V •I? THE MINEOLA MONITOR YOUR BANKING WHO PAY CHECK? Whether you are working for yourself or for some one else, somebody is banking your pay. If you have not learned the value of a checking account, bet- - ter come in and talk it over with us. We are anxious to serve you. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK C, A. Chippan of San An- tonio was in Mineola last Sat- urday and delivered an address on the streets to a large crowd of farmers and Mineola citi- zens. His subject was on the canning industry and he stated that he was making prepar- ation to erect a large plant here which would accomodate the whole of Wood County pro- vided the farmers would pledge themselves to grow a certain amount of vegetables and meat. *Ov Mr. Merchant, The Monitor said so. *0* FOR SALE: 18 English White Leghorn hens, 1 year old and registered yearling cockrell, for which I gave $10. These herts are heavy layers. All go for $30 or will sell part. Scf L. G. COLLETT at Mrs. M.P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1927

m !T^■ : ' '•"'-t'^.. -':"-3| w :' ifj m A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, Bf THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " | ■ — -= MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, i TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1927. NUMBER 8. Vol. 52 SPECK TATER SI PROHIBITION LAWS Dear Speck I've been a prohibitionist all my life and so was my father but I think that laws can be- come so strict in this matter that they will have a reason- cause them to revolt against cause them to revolt against ery effect upon the people and them and a demoralization of the entire statue will be the result. Our prohibition laws have been tried out and so iar a strict, enforcement has been a failure. This lack of enforce- ment has been the result of public opinion not supporting the laws. Sortie contend that the laws gair.it murder; and other crimes cannot be strictly en- forced any more than those a- gainst intoxicants but tlie an- alogy is quite different, for public opinion agrees with laws against murder and thievery etc., while it does not agree with those ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1927

'.V>- -• ' ■- [The Mineola 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 * 2r Six Months Outside of County. One Year Six Months Any error made in advertise- ments wii be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper ib limited to the amount 01 the space consumed by the error m the advertisement. MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING When our good County Judge H G. Puckett came into the Monitor's Office last week, he came with the intention oi clearing the waters of any mis- understanding that might have .been present in regard to the County's Printing. And as he left both the Judge and tne Monitor had a mutual undei- slanding. as to this matter. ^ There was in fact no rea* difference between these two parties...

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

I sister Florence Overstreet. i Reta Carter spent Monday wtih Stellar Mae Hammans. Mr. Prarie of Dallas spent last weel? wfth George Crim. Vivian Bruner spent Thurs- day night with Fay Crim. Mrs. Norris was laid to rest in Providence Cemetery last Thursday. Mrs.Norris will be sadly miss ed. She is survived by her Good Dairy Products From Government inspected herds the best nourishments attainable. We handle nothing but high grade milk, rich in butter fats and proteins. We deliver twice daily. Jennings' Dairy Phone 61 Mineola 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 % We are having some pretty weather at this writing. Ollie Carter spent Sunday with Sudie Mae Crone. Fred Hammans spent Friday with his sister Ada Johnson at Jamestown. Ada and Ida Ballard spent Friday afternloon with their ! 7 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1927

If I .i-: THE MINEOLA MONITOR lis, V NEW STRAWS FOR DRESS WEAR Boy's Fancy Brand $1.95 Men's Fancy and Plain Brands 1.95 Men's Veddo's Fancy and Plain Brands 3.95 Men's Veddo's Extra Light Weight__ - 4.50 Feather Weight 2.50 Lighter Than Feather Weight 4.95 Give Our Line of NEW STRAWS a Look and We fc Think You Will Buy. | B. L. Chappell > QUEEN OF ALL QUEENS MOTHER The Most That Can Be Done For Her IS NOT TOO MUCH. REMEMBER HER WITH A BOX OF DELICIOUS I j LOCAL. I Special Saturday. 13 lbs sugar $1.00 at Rapes Grocery T, ~*0* Mr. Butcher, of Paris spent Monday in Mineola. vOv-— Still have some 9c tomatoes at Rapes Grocery. ^ 4 Q4 — Mrs. Morse, The Lady Beth is here this week at Pendleton Drug Store. ——^Or* L. N. Bromberg and Earl Massengale were Mineola vis. itors the past Sunday.. *i*0*!* Mrs. Fuller Steed wont to Fort Worth for a visit last Saturday. vOv B. D. Atwell Jr., of Dallas called at the Monitor the first of the week. Misses Tola Blust of Aust'ti visited in Mineola with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 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- """" • Full line of Groceries, Cold Drinks, Gasoline and J • _ Oil, Tires and Tubes: Come Spend The Day * •' Graduation Is Almost Here Materials for making that Gradua- tion Dress are already here. Other | necessities that go with pretty dresses we have. Hosiery, Shoes, Handkerchiefs, Step-ins and beauti- ful Dress Goods. 9 E. D. SCOTT Mineola, Texas , Her Heart Holds A Love That Thrills The Whole World MOTHER Show Her Today That You Ever TMnk Of HER AND THAT NOTHING IS TOO GOOD FOR HER. Have us mail Her a Box of French Saylor's Chocolates OR Pangburn's Chocolates Filled with the choicest nuts, fruits and creams. Phone us or come by and tell us where to send it. WE DO THE REST. Anti-TypHoid Campaign. Begins Over The State Typ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1927

mmWi Wk THE MINE OLA MONITOR . VJU ,'Lg "" ,gi THE YELLOW JACKET Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF -Sponsor 'Editor-in-Chief . Associate Editor-in-Chief -Social Editor - Athletic Editor . Mrs. Fred Steed. Abilene Huff Lula B. Kingston Ruth Carswell Leon Aaron SPECML CLASS REPORTERS 'Senior Junior £ Sophomore — ' Freshman "Sub-Freshman ...Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon __Lula Little Vendelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston present the faculty. was represented by Lula B.. MONEY—We pay 10 per cent In addition to the above, the Kingston and Josephine Calla- ; >n savings accounts. East Tex- decorating committee consists way, i is Building Loaii and Saving of the following: Hilda Engel, Lula B. Kingston, Lucius Moody, John Willis, Raymond Ford and Louis Hunter. vO*I*—— Steaming Hot Rolls for your supper. NUSS' BAKERY. 49tc. t SPECIAL EDITION NEXT WEEK took honors at the Hunt County meet; also at the dis- trict meet in Greenville and will represent the 6th district at the State Meet in A...

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

• :r- JpsiP ; -' - { WSsSBSmi*.'. - ■■• • ' • V. • v1-* ".. THE MINEOLA MONITOR .ONE PINE NEWS Ehe health of the community "good at this writing, le farmers are all busy ie replanting corn while zr& are getting ready to plant cotton. Scotta Shirey spent Saturday Bight with Sybil Scott. Aletha Wardlow visited Mar- ine Henderson Sunday. Mrs, Sallie Wood had for her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Scott and family and Mr. Raymond and Maxine Scott and Miss Scotta Shirey. i Mrs. R. E. Carriugton visit- ed Grandma Bryant Tuesday afternoon. Little Buron Scott spent Thursday night with little Ruth Shirey. i Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Caning- Lon -and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ( arrington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Green of Hi \JSever before — So many fine car at such low prices / The Most Beautiful Chevrolet embod- ies the largest number of fine car fea- tures ever offered in a low-priced automobile. Bodies byFisher,for example. ..beaded, paneled and finished in attractive colors of genuin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1927

. ' ; i?*- -' THE MINEOLA MONITOR L1— LLJ- V- L. - j WHO IS BANKING YOUR PAY CHECK? Whether yOu are working for yourself or for some one else, somebody is banking your pay. If you have not learned the value of a checking account, bet- ter come in and talk it over with us. We are anxious to serve you. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK |: ivIlliHIliiiN-f I ♦ ♦ ♦ I + LER'S MINEOLA,TEXAS X, X I WBMBEfM ■■QUALIFIED NK6Bls:i£ABUG If Drug Store commodities you need and use Daily and buy frequently, they should,, as a measure of safety be purchased from Drug Stores. Phone 45. | 0 Pendletons Drug Store f Phone 45 Mineola, Texas I ** ll ■■ •"*-.4 lAuraosnf! J^D' % ♦ ♦ X ♦ X X W- Your New Summer Hat Is Here Visiting the markets frequently, I am able to | give you the very latest styles as soon as they are shown. You will want a new, light, airy hat for Summer | wear. I have one for you. Better come § in to-day and make your selection while the stock is complete. | "No trattb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

-M om The A NEWSPAPER. "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE ■7-i Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1927. NUMBER 9. 'A Yellow ANNOUNCEMENT The .Yellow Jacket desires to call ittention of its readers to-the com- - - plete commencement program pub- lished elsewhere" in this issue. The program began this year with the annual May Fete, sponsored by Central Ward School, held at the high school Friday. April 2?. The second number was that of tlia Junior Majestic, by members of the Junior classes, assisted by talents from other classes, which was stag- ed before a large audience at the high school auditorium last Friday night. One of the big events of the com- mencement season is that of the annual Junior-Senior Banquet to be held this evening at the P.eck- ham Hotel. Around this banquet board will gather Juniors. Seniors, Faculty Members and members of the school board and their wives. A new feature added this year is the Senior Circus to be staged at the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

msg#-. THE MINEOLA MONITOR l-i - The Mineola Monitor Pnhlished every Thursday at Mraeola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mioeola, Texas under the Act ai Congress, March 3. 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, . Editor_Advertisin<r Mgr. THE FACULTY OF M. H. S. Term of Subscription Wood County One Year $*"22 Six. Months Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Sol Months ^5 Xvy error made in advertise- ment "* wii be gladly corrected being brought to the at- of the publishers, and liability of this paper is sd to the amount of the consumed by the error in Ute advertisement. THEIR JUST REWARD "Render ctnto Caesar the that are Caesar's " still Jfcald true, and just here The Monitor desires to give the Ydtow Jacket Staff the high flompliment which it deserves, fa compiling the school material for this issue this staff of splendid, young men and women tare done themselves real hon- or and have shown rare ability in arranging their material for this annual paper. The Moni- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Warren's VARIETY STORE Extends best wishes to the YELLOW JACKET STAFF MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS and the NEW CITY OFFICIALS for Friday the 13th wurM TNT \'£ED OF SCHOOL SUP- PLIES MAKE US A VISIT. Mineola To Get Natural Gas By Next August The following letter is self- explanatory in regard to Min- eola's prospect for securing natural gas. Dallas, Texas, May 9. 1927. Mayor of Mineola, Mineola, Texas. Dear Sir: The Latex Gas Company will, sometime between now and August, submit to you and your good people a proposition to install a distribution system in your city. The propasition, a mong other things will, embody | the same rate for gas that pre- vails along our main line from | Latex to Port Arthur, Texas. Th ? Latex Gas Company is a subsidiary of the Magnolia ] Gas Company, and the prime ' reason for installing the dis- tributing system in your com- jmunity is to show our appre- ciation of the assistance rend- ered us while passing through I your vicinity, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR mum ■ ) mmmammamm THE LEADING CLEANING AND DYEING HOUSE IN EAST TEXAS OFFICE AND RECEIVING DEPARTMENT OF C. N. JONES DRY CLEANING CO. HAVE ADVANCED 100 PER CENT WITH ONE LEAP. We have just doubled our plant space by leasing the adjoining building, and have recently added an improved type of drying tumbler, enabling us to dry by air ail gar- ments we wash and clean. This process is as near perfect as we could obtain. Do not fear that your woolens, flannels, silks or the iuost delicate wearing apparel will be shrunk; shrinkage never occurs in this new air dryer. Also, we were the first to purchase a Bows- er Clarifilter in East Texas. It turns out the quality of work necessary to make our business grow. It cleans without leaving streaks or odors. Keeping abreast with the times we have installed gas fuel, which insures against soot or smoke. You have Never Had Such Quality Before. Anything you send to our plant will be j cleaned beautifully and returned to you Iresh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR DRAMATICS Organization and purpose of Dramatic Club. On Wednexiay Sept-mber 8. l^S. a large number ot Senr rs met with Mrs. Steed and < rgijn- ized a Dramatic Club. The rlub was organized i i the purpose of stimulating more interest in plays and ot •*- er kinds of entertainment. Each member was taught how- to put on a play and how to make up characters. Officers First Semester The following of i icer5 w. re elected i -r tho first semester: Dorothy Brocks, President. Abilene Huff, Seey-Treas. L -is Tharp. Reporter. Sosial Events T'lo Dramatic Club went on a hike 0't"ber 21, out to a country filling station. Instead of hiking though, the outing turned out to be just a picnic, as the entire crowd was carried out to the journeys ' ends by Dick Blalock in his ! tr?i"k. He was kind enough to < arry us after we promised i him some of the sandwiches. Several frames played before j >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* COMING!! C. MOORE CIRCUS THE LARGEST CIRCUS OF ITS KIND ON EARTH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THF MlvKOLA MONITOR Lion s Club With Retail Merchants Meet Here Tonight With the purpose of Kinking plans for the formation of an organization which will attend to the boosting of Mineola and Wood County and arranging for funds to carry ,on this work, the Mineola Lion's Club meets tonight with the Retail Mer- chants Association at the Beck- ham e Hotel. Heretofore for the past few years the Lion's Culb has functioned as a Chamber of Commerce and has converted a social club into a semi-social club and a business club where any matters which needed the attention of the business men came up for dis- cussion and were money was needed to defray an expense this club bac,ke(] it and usual- ly raised the necessary funds. It is planned to form a Cham- ber of Commerce or a Commer- cial Club so that a jmore con- centrated effort can be made to help advertise Mineola and bring new enterprises here and to inaguurate a budget system of finances and ask all busi- ness concerns to- contribute to to...

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