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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR HOARD NEWS We had a wonderful rain Saturday night which will be fine on gardens and crops. Crops are in fairly good condition. Berry picking is a- bout over. The cold weather cut the berry crop about a fourth of what last years was. Mrs. C. C. Ma^ee of Big I AM enough to want your business, and gentleman enough to appreciate it. J. C. Russell We Buy Produce Phone 72 Mineola, Texas | DID IT EVER ENTER YOUR MIND? That your influence1 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 vour twon. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION J. B. Written, Pres. H. 0. Rogers, Sec'ty^ ANY KIND OF WEATHER Find us ready to lend to the motoring public the aid which they most need; We are prepared to ac- ceptably serve you in with the very best of— GASOLINE, OILS, TIRES; TUBES; GARAGE WORK AND BAT...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

S* ta« MNBOLA MOMTOB stop. look, listen Young man! Where are you going? If you are one of the thousands that are drifting along, hoping for something to turn up, but not doing anything to help it, we can do nothing for you, But—If you are ambitious, want to get ahead, and are willing to pay the price, we can teO you how to succeed. SAVE AND HAVE nhneola state bank Douglas and Jane Graham, of Palestine are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Reneau. •H)* I would like to buy some 2nd hand furniture and stoves. W. D. KITCHENS. *1*0*1* Mrs. Q. Hearn, her daugh- ter Miss Josephine and son Quintin, visited in Longview last Sunday. *04— Roger Nixson of Longview who has been in Mineola for a few days has gone to Los Angles, Calif., for a visit. *0* Drs. George Carlyle and Wal- cott of Dallas were guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Peterson Sunday and Monday. *04*- Mrs. G. M. Peart of Long- v&w is^ working at Adams Store taking the place of Mrs. E. A. Tharp who with her daughters M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

.. ■? \tt}' !VvJ: - /■•- ■ V P^r ■ ;::rr^r - ... • mw>vsS^^:;" ' • "y v - - - I A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" 1 Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THEUSDAY, JUNE, 16, 1927 m NUMBER 14 wm 'fc's*. I . - SPECK TATER J jjla*11 ' MM .siaLsi.y; Good fellowship" is an excell- ent thing. One does not always have the opportunity to meet with a fine crowd of fellows from a neighboring town and eaf fish with them but I drove out a few nights ago and par- ticipated in a good get-to-geth- | er fish fry with a half a score ; of Winnsboro men and had a fine time with them. The following persons from I" that town were present: Mor- [ ris Robinson, C. V. Ware, Walt . Garrison, Cfias. James, Marvin Gregory, Overton McCrary, I George Pullen, Deila Craddock, John Donaldson and Henry Smith. I'd like for them to le over this way asain. What That Chu VT-:t> Fer. ■v * * * * * If you will casually stroll ./ - -n our business streets you |p will find that some of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

i'L v v ... • , ■■•«. .w- «■■ f§ ' f— • • j • ■• 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 wfl be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper i|B limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. ATROCIOUS BIGOTRY According to a special staff correspondent of one of the large daily newspapers in the state, there was a flogging en- acted in Harrison County, the same being not far distant from Marshall, Texas. It is stated that a group of men en- tered the homes of two tenant farmers at that place and lash- ed the father of one family the mother of the same family knocke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

fw ' ■'•'v if ■ > THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE POTENTIAL VALUE OF DENTON WHEAr TO TEXAS FARMER* According to the 1925 Year book of the United States De- partment of Agriculture, 1- 365,000 acres of wheat were harvested in Texas in the year 1924. Denton wheat, a vari- ety developed by the Denton Substation of the Texas Agri- cultural Experiment Station has produced an average yelid Budweiser Real hop Majt Syrup fM h /// a \ That can't-be-copled flavor of Budweiser Real Hep Malt Syrup 23 thz natural re- sult of four things I L Ajshcuoer-Buccli uses only the finest . hops grown i^ p- rb.e-nia and America! 2. Uses only the pick of America's barleys! 3. Cleans and grades those barleys in a million-dollar plant built especially for that purpose! 4* Blends the hops and barley with the sLlll America's foremost maltsters— and backs the finished product with a name that has meant top quality for 70 years! fetrIcii-v Union Made mssmsm Send for booklet of recipe* fd9 candy making and baking Buy f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

wn r , t m-: What Women Like Best SILK TEDDIES, SILK GOWNS, SILK SLIPS, SLIK STEP-INS 1 materials fdr summer dresses In Voiles, Organdies, Rayons, Ladies' and Gentlemen's foot wear in latest styles and hose to match. Special Prices on Everything E. D. Scott LOCAL ANGLERS ; ENTER $10,000 NATIONAL FISHING CONTEST Mineola, Texas Rape's Grocery saturday specials Sugar 151bs at $1.00 ^ (Limited to $1 per customer) 10 lbs sack sugar at 75 gj Blue Ribbon Malt per can 65 j|f Budweiser Malt per can 60 H 81b. bucket Lard at $1.15 HI Coffee Bulk 5 lbs $ 100 jjj K. C. 25 oz. at 25 §1 \ > Tomatoeg per can t... .09 §|j Laundry Soap My Own 7 bars ... ^5 S| 10c Toi|et Soap 4 bars — 25 HI 6 Boxes Matches, at 20 §1 —PAY CASH AND PAY LESS— Mineola, Texas Save money—trade with our advertisers s : r- | # ♦ # ••••••••••••• •••••• VI* • • ♦••••♦ * HP tm. fei .H PJ rM EMBER ■■QUALIFIED DRU66ISTS' LEAGUE YOUR DRUGGIST Should be the most careful man | in your community. You may ♦ depend upon it that we ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR f* DB--ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST Nitrons Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry Mesdames Luja Little, an^ E. L Barnett together with Misses Lula and. Ruth Little motored to Dallasf Monday. -*04?— Mrs. R. L. Ferguson and daughter, Marjorie and Mrs. R. K. Van of Dallas are the guests of Miss Elma Van. Mrs. Otis Darrington and daughter Annie Ferrel of Ter- rell visited with old friends in Mineola last Wednesday. . J—>-«Ov Jack La Roe of Terrell who was injured last week in an into wreck east of Mineola ig in a Dallas sanitarium and is re- ported improving. ♦> EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! W'" YOU ING NO 15x30 18x34 20x40 20x37 22x44 24x40 CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS SEEING THE BIG SHOW- OF TOWELS WE HAVE ON SALE THIS WEEK. SUCH PRICES ON TOWELS HAVE BEEN SHOWN IN A LONG TIME. Inch White Turkish towel at 15c or two for 25c. Inch White Huck towel 19c Inch Check in gold and pink Turkish 29c Inch Turkish color borders towels 29c Inch in a beautiful check Turkish towel 75c va...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

% iM J v,-- THE MINEOLA MONITOR ifW'1; p>.f. Mfe#; , - •. - t*i ? - - • V-. * — Ml. PISGAH fpRs lukat The health of our eommuni- •fy is just fine at present. It 8U?-e is hot weather these days The farmers are nbout up irith their work and ail irett- inif ready to gc fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Webster and daughter spent last Sun- day with relatives at Wintei Field. Miss Otha May Childress spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Mauritta Shamburger. Mrs. Era Luman spent last Sunday evening with Mr. R. T. Webb. E- L Shamburgar spent fest Sunday with his daught- er at Marshall. Mrs. W, S. Hardman spent last Sunday evening with Mrs. Joe Walthall Mrs. Etter Reed of Pine Mills spent last Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Joe Walthall. Dave Hall and family spent this week with relatives at Winnsboro. Ml*, and Mrs. Homer Tuber "▼ille and son, Misses Orene Ussery and Audie Hall, Cleo Ball, I. R. Cook and wife. Miss Bstelle Mezzles visited Mr. and Mrs. Holis Shamburger Sat- u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR NEW, HOPE NEWS The health of the cowmunity is not so good at this writing. Miss Opal Reich left last Monday for Ft. Worth where she is employed. Charlie Mabus and family visited Bro. W. R. Phillpis and family Sunday. Flecher Hopper and family from Tyler spent Sunday with I AM enough to want your business, and | gentleman enough to appreciate it. sKm J. C. Russell We Bny Produce i Phone 72 Mineola, Texas 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 twon. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION J B Written, Pres. H. O. Rogers, Sec'ty. i his father A. B. Hopper. Crops are looking good. Most everyone is through chopping cotton while others are through hoeing. Folks don't forget that Sun- day School starts every Sun- day mornin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1927

-Wf^t Tf ■ wlfP *2? mam m M' THE MINEOLA MONITOR SISLER'S MONEY RAISING SALE JOIN the crowds that will be here to secure this Desirable Seasonable Merchandise at prices that you will be • surprised and delighted with. An uncsual showing of New Summer Fashions and Merchandise. In piece after piece you will recognize the Quality and Low Prices. In model after model you will find debonair grace that bids for smart recognition in Style, Quality and Low Prices. Come and help yourself to these wonderful values. No Disappointments. T LADIES HATS We have a few numbers in good quality and style, Hats y^/ur choice of aR in the house $2.50 PERCALES T 36-in Fast Color percale in good pattern going at 15c LINEN Every thread pure linen in Blue, Red, Tan, Rose and Lavender at 49c yd STRAW HATS Big assortment of Straws for every daj wear, going at a very great reduction Values 25c to 75c priced at 15 and 60c MEN'S SUMMER STRAWS Straw Hats of the better grade—good for Sunday and Street wear—Values f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

-w fc: ; 9 ■ - ' Ty *-" W A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VoL 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, f THURSDAY JUNE 23, 1927. NUMBER 15 *5= SPECK TATER & Dear Speck: I'm a tax payer in this com- missioner's precinct. I re- member what the Monitor had , to say about getting some of I the county's printing in sev- eral issues back but have not seen, where it has ever receiv- ed any of it yet. I'm wonder- ing why it hasn't received any yet. Of course it's not my paper but it's my town's paper and I would like to see it get what's comiiig to it. Tell us about it. More Tater ANSWER: The Monitor has received one notice for publication sent to us some weeks ago. This came at the request of George Cowan and the notice was con- cerning delinquent school taxes in this school district. But so far those who are in charge of sending out these publica- tions to the newspapers have not seen fit to favor the Moni- tor in the share which should be due it. However, there...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

/ < I • Efi The Mineola Monitor THE MINEOLA MONITOR J. : _ Published every Thursday at Mir.eola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Miaeola. Texas under the Act ©f 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 Outsz&e of County. @oe Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wid be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the- publishers, and the liability of this paper ifi limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. - — PASS THE PEDDLER. Bay from the peddler aifd send your money from town. A peddler is one who goes from place to place and sells Ms "wares whether it be maps, aluminum, soap, hosiery or vftat not. And the sex of the peddler matters not. He ■pays no> city license to operate in your town, he contributes not to the aid of the chari- table organizations, he has no money inve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Leading House The Big: Store a. TYLER, TEX f IALF PRICE SALE HAY Ai ri NEW HOPE NEWS The health of the communi- ty is improving. "W. R. Phillips Jr.. Is on the sick list this week. l|l j Riley Roberson of Ft. Worth visittd in this, community the past Week-end. Mrs. Cora Johnson, Misses if j Inez and Ornev Woodson, sperr: :piiii!iniii;tin!!!iinii!!!niii"ii!iiwi;iii!'i!?i3n!ifiini!nfnnni!!niiHifflOTTOHMirnmuiiiiiii>Mi!iiiiiMiaBii<i^M giiifc •■•'nii'nni'iRnnric^wssi 1 Since B 1 alio I H. Wfeoi ai evening wit: anj gir Mohe Fou-. home this week from accompanied by her Riley Pinson. Mrs. Tressie Tho\: • visitir Has served the people of Mineola and Wood W stuv,-jpC] i| County with the- rn lerrell. i Friday Morning June 24th we shall start cur annual Summer Clearance of Silk Dresses at HALF OF THE ORIGINAL PRICE II! Ill .if I i i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sanders I m vsited her parents/ Mr. ai Mrs. W. R. Phillips Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. Hoyt Way an<j 11 Mrs. Habie Pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

>V*I§ p.i> & U lir ;\' v ■ . rv • . IBS MDffiOLA MONITOR mimmd.MUm V! % alia Mrs Lee Adrian have , l(^een thve Quests of Mr. Adrian's v parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Adrian, the past week. ■ ■ ' ' 11" Mr. and Mrs. W L. White spent the past week-end in Dallas. , ,V t!v < • 1 Jim Cowan was in Mineola Wednesday. He lives in Dallas. . —^M)*— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tates are visiting friends in Mineola. Miss Katie Smith has gone to Norman. Arkansas for a va- cation. What Women Like Best SILK TEDDIES, SILK GOWNS, SILK SLIPS, SLIK STEP-INS materials for summer dresses In Voiles, Organdies, Rayons, Ladies' and Gentlemen's foot wear in latest styles and hose to match. Special Prices on Everything E. D. Scott Mineola, Texas Back Again- Home Again We are now back into our same old lo- cation with everything new and up-to- date in the automobile business and we invite you to call around to see us. We can furnish you with new Ford Cars and all Accessories,, Tires, Tubes, Oil and Gasoline....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR .'i, '•. IT 7 K^, B.' DR. ANSLEY REiTCH, , f JDENTIST • Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry , ,LQNGVIEW, TEXAS, June, 22.—"With a year of actual operation behind it, the East Treas., Chamber of Commerce today is recognized throughout East Texas as a powerful and iesirable factor in the life wel- fare of the section it serves," R. M. Kelley of Longview, pre- sident of the regional organiza- V * , i ■ Special Friday and Saturday FREE | With every $1.00 purchase we will give Five Cent i Drink FREE. "Come in and let's get acquainted." City Drug Store I lililllllllllillHIP WW V vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvw*« T REAL GOOD SUPPLIES FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION NEEDS f t T t t T t t t T T Y T : - -• Cols, Thermos Bottles and Jugs Lanterns, Flash Lights, Lamps, | Camp Stoves and Chairs 4 Y ^ WHITTEN HARDWARE COMPANY Mineola, Texas i f T T T T X I I don, said in commenting upon the opening of the headquart- ers which took place June 15, 1926. "East Texas" attitude t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR OUR HOME TOWN FIRST This is our slogan and to this end do we work, for it is here that we have chosen to live, to build our homes, rear oui children, and conduct our business. We are for Our Home Town First because we have labored to make it what it is and naturally we desire to see that which we build, grow and prosper. Mineola is first to us, because we believe many advantages which make her foremost. Three dition Mineola has one transcontinental and one a telephone exchange with five relay stations, which supply in lakes and river sufficient for practically natural gas supply which will be used for fuel within churches, a large box factory, a cotton compress, bottling works, a recognized aviation landing field, trade territory, a fine agricultural area capable of tory, a canning factory for fruits, vegetables, and. thriving "businesses, and best of all a citizenship that she is strategically stiuated to become the commercial center of East Texas. One finds her...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

' ~. - wbs* THE MINEOLA MONITOR I K m m i GOLDEN GLEANINGS The rain last Monday came just right. If we had ordered one the bill could not have been filled better. Mrs. Will Butts, of Ft Worth Mrs. Ulas Butts, Mrs. Lela Butts of Breckenridge visit- ed friends an relatives here last week Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adrian of enough to want your business, and f gentleman enough to appreciate it. J a J. C. Russell j Dajlas visited with Mrs. Ad- rians parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Reneau the past week. Mrs. Bess Bellomy, Misses Polly and Johnnie Belle of Forney came in Thursday. Mrs. Shepard and Mrs. Har- rison spent Sunday at Connie. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aver, Mr. and Mrs. Macon Fowler, of Hedlev and Mrs. Moljie Chaney of Alba are visitin? with Mr. and Mrs. Wiiey Alex- ander _ Wesley Prator, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prator of Garden Valley visited a while Fridav with W. C. Harpole and family. They were en route to Alba. Mr. and Mrs. Tonnie With- roe of Concord, Mr. and Mrs. | Hubert Brown of Quitman (spent Sat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1927

WW THE MINE OLA MONITOR STOP, LOOK, LISTEN Young man! Where are you going? If you are one of the thousands that are drifting along, hoping for something to turn up, but not doing anything to help it, we can do nothing for you. But—If you are ambitious, want to get ahead, and are willing to pay the price, we can tell you how to succeed. SAVE AND HAVE MINEOLA STATE BANK * I <e> PERMANENT WAVES THE HAIR IS NATURAL —Either Permanent Marcel Wave or Large Wave— At Callaways Confectionery Tuesday of each Week. THE NEW IMPROVED STEAM WAVE MRS J. S. LAND SxsxJKS; ■$><&$>$>&$>& f; | punch. ha Texaco Products FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, INSUREES THE -JBESTHESTJLTS. _OUR DEALERS WILL BE_ GLAD JAJ SERVE YOU. J. M. Heard, Agt. Mineola, Texas t"}.. >. mi-- Brown Domestic 5c yard at B. L. Chappell's. *J*Ov Tires and tubes vulcanized. IBruner Garage. vOv Jld Humphreys motored to pell's. Dallas this week on business. jg./t Br V t m • Brown Domestic 5c yard at Si. L. Cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 30, 1927. NUMBER 16. tkj*. SPECK TATER JUNK DUMP The 'DUMP' on the east side of Mineola could hardly said to be an attraction to city. The recent law jassed by the Legislature and psigned by the Governor ought to stop this practice of plac- ing the discarded and burnt cars and junk along side of one of the main thoroughfares into our town. The city should have what is already there re- moved and see to it that such is not placed there anymore There can be no excuse for allowing such junk dumped there. \ * * * * # USE SEWERAGE / It is inexcusable for pro- perty owners who live where sewerage is availabe not t take advantage of it. Dry elosets are a manace to the health of the entire communi- ty and they afford a first class opportunity for spread- ing typhoid fever. I know one dry closet which will have to be removed and if the city officials do not see fit to have *Mii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Hie Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at -Jfipeola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Jfineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. jR. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, A&s&c. Editor.Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County i*Oae Year $106 *75 Ont^de of County. CteeTfear $1.50 -- Sht'Months . 75 Any error made in advertise- - meats wii be gladly corrected ' apon being brought to the at- r tention of the publishers, and ' the liability of this paper i* J limited "to the amount of the ^ space consumed by the error in the advertisement. _ IOT SON OF MARS Lindy Uniform Perhaps any of us. if fol- dev.in? army life, would have Hie same time for super-spec- ulation which has been going the rounds in Washington army circles as why Colonel Uaidberg did not wear his uni- form as a Color el of the Miss- ouri National Guard when he walked off the cruiser Memph- is to receive his orations and decorations. One sufficient explanat...

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