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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

IfPi >EN GLEANINGS [he hardest storm for 8 pg hit our village Monday fht followed by another rain. The wind un- fed Mrs. Joe Brook's barn twisted trees about but ■Ho one was hurt. <, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Benton of port Arthur are visiting Mr. Mrs. Frank Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Jim White of Quitma^ were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Harriscn Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bell- omy , of Terrell visited home folks here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.Foster visited in Winnsboro Saturday. Miss Rose Gibson of Denton visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Alex- ander visited relatives .in IWinnsborfo Wednesday. Rrfil for booklet recipes #0? ndy making 'baking THB MXNBOLA MONITOR Strictly Union Made. neighbor< dealer •udweiser leal hop Malt Syrup Anheuser-Busch not only pays an extra price for the right to take first choice of die finest hops and barleys grown in America and abroad ♦ • «« But sorts, cleans and grades the barleys —malts mem—blends them with the selected hops—even...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

■ • . A f Jt sgapl 'if'.-vV 1 - .-- ' ; • I.' ' ' W ^ V . f ~ m 1*1 iffittOLAMOMmtt /•:.v -.si- Chevrolet Test Makes It Easy A romance of the General Motors Proving Ground at Milford, Mich., comes to light today with the announcement that Chevrolet test car number 112 has been retired from the Paving Ground service aft- er withstanding the withering strain of 46,150 miles in four and one half months over var- ious types of roads and a wide range of driving conditions. Engineers and technical men who drove and checked the car at the Proving Ground had in mind the many diffi- culties an automobile has to contend with in its lifetime. They thought of the driver who speeds his car over rough, rutted roads; they considered the motorist who rides ihjs dutch; they had in mind the man who habitually tramps on his brakes, another who races a cold motor, another who asks his car to pull out of a mud hole in highland so on. Although they realized at the same time that only a very small minorit...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

* it* " ~ r ' ' (■': ,«r, a TEE MHJEOLA MONITOB z ius when Fifty-Six American Independence and declared \ tal" and in commemoration it this Nation might live,' the tounce that they will close 'ate the Glorious Fourth. s- BRAZELTON LUMBER CO. : RHOLES SHOE SHOP —•^PUCKETPS TAILOR SHOP THE MINEOLA MONITOR WHITTEN HARDWARE COMPANY W. D KITCHENS * ' , FLYNT'S | E. D. SCOTT MINEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY SISLER'S STORE MALLORY BROS. W. M. SCOTT GROCERY R. E.. MILLS MARKET ' • J. C. RUSSELL GROCERY DEVENPORTS VARIETY STORE " \ R. T. 'SPEIGH IS GROCERY MT. PISGAH Well the health of our com- munity is fairing fine at pre- sent. We are sure having some pretty sun shiney weath er now, after having so much rain. We have plenty of moisture in the ground aftc everything is sure coming on now. \ T • Some farmers are about up with their work while some are about ready to lay by. Few farmers fields have grass and those that have it are getting it out. Mrs. Tom Turner Jr., spent last week with her parents...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

* * •••; THE M&mQlJk MONITOH HI , if i&ik*- w . m '• ■! mr ly N CELEBRATE THE GLORIOUS FOURTH IN A SPECIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO MINEOLA, ALBA, GOLDEN, HAWKINS, HAINESVILLE AND PINE MILLS GO Swimming ON THE FOURf H In the New Open Air Natitor- ium, in Winnsboro, High Dives, Spring Boards, Deep Water, and Shallow pool for the kiddies. Bring your bathing suit or rent one at the Nat. Water Contests in Diving and Swimming from 2:30 to 3:30 P. M. JOIN THE BIG CROWD AT THE NAT. W-wi-n-s-b-o-r-o iw 1% FOUR SQUARE STAND AT CITY PARK —Drinks— —Hamburgers— —Candies— —Tobaccos— AT THE SWIMMING POOL AND PAVILUON 9 W-i-n-n-s-b-o-r-o *-i THE ENTERPRISE ~~ ~Ne£t *^br to First N&toinal Bank. MILLINERY READY-TO-WEAR DRY GOODS "180® Hats Sold One Season" R. J. TURNER, Mgr. W-i-n-n-s-b-o-r-o , >— \ C O M PA N V THE LEADING STORE IN WOOD COUNTY W-i-n-n-s-b-o-r-o I CHAS. ROBINSON THE LARGEST TAILOR IN WOOD COUNTY CLEANING—PRESSING—QUICK SERVICE Ladies Work A Specialty Visit our shop w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

HraliPfl THE . ,.,, . ., V • ; " ■ . & MONITOR J - ■iui HOARD NEWS Last week was most too wet to do much work, but work is well under way now. Some of our neighbors came near being killed Saturday, G. M. Garland arid family was in a wreck Saturday, a car from Marshall ran into Mr. Garland ?s Sedan wrecking "%V fi . *;•. "~ '-*!< iff,-, ■ ■ $. • I AM 1 §'l i: enough to want your business, and < ► i: gentleman enough to appreciate it. J. C. Russell We Bny Produce i; Phone 72 Mineola, Texas f <> <j> Snow White Wash THE PRIDE OF EVERY WOMAN Save your health, your strength, your good looks, and especially the Clothes.. Do not wear yourself out jvash day. Buy a good supply of "Easy Glee" Washer from any Grocery Store, Mineola Texas. • 4 • ■ NO JOKE both cars all occupants were hurt more or less Mrs. Elkins suffered a broken thumb. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hooks Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stroud, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Howell Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Lam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1927

IBS MINEOLA M *■ ? 'f H —a—immm—■ SUMMER BARGAINS IN • ' ' ' • " • i" MILLINERY Jn jorder to close out quickly the stock now on my J shelves, I am going to give you the benefit of special prices on all Summer Hats. I want to sell every hat in stock, this week and J i liave made prices that should move them. Come and look them over. - 1 MRS. H. 0. ROGERS ' ■ Sam Hart is visiting in Ft ^tforth. JmTiJm Wt Brawn Domestic 5c yard at B. L. Chappell's. Miss Iris Adrian was a Tyl- -.er visitor Monday. —-*0*— Tires and tubes vulcanized. "Bruner Garage. *0* Mrs. H. A. Burford and son are visiting in Marshall. 4-0* _rcr vn Domestic 5c yard at 15, L. Chappell's. *0* Tires, Tubes and repairs on €erms, Watts Motor Co. 4-04- John Breen is visiting home {folks here. I&ehard and Harry Cain "Were in Greenville Saturday. v Tires, Tubes, and repairs on terms, Wafcts Motor Co. —-—_«KH# IMrs. J. Lv.Mallett will leave for a visit to Dallas. Jolin Eddelman of Graham, "Texas, visited friends here "Monda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1927

ff - !v' '-/■ / ■ IfB *« , - • J:: ■: :t-: :\ ■ ::K'-r ■ '•"K ; . ... m •' '•! 'tihkV: v«*: '#3 '•;... ■' i, -,vNv' " /jS* • ;i&. • A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOm COUNTY, TBS THURSDAY JULY, 7, 1927. A 5S5 NUMBER IT $11 • .... •• v -'f >' • • & : ;> | SPECK TATER H m -1 '-1 U^' Now readers, I 'stole a march' ; on you and left without tell- ing you that I was going to leave. But you know the sur- prises of this life are the most enjoyable, ones after all. Well, ■at any rate, I am traveling and I don't know where I'll go before I stop. But I'll say this much, that as I make this j summer tour. I'll keep you in- formed as to wntviv 1 m going and what I'm doing. In Galveston I reached here yesterday and ; "went to the Galvez and got a southeast corner room where j the breezes blow, and I man BLOW. It's enjoyable to say the least of it. Last night I met some friends in the lobbj and they wanted me to go with them. I agre...

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

* THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Miaeola, 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 1 -75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wM be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper ijs limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. SAFETY SIGNS Not until some Mineola citi- zen, boy or gtri, receives a serious fnjury or is 1 Ved it the Katy Crossing, where there is a double curve west of town about two miles, will there be placed there a danger sign and a large one at that. To a stranger, this curve is a guarantee of an injury or death if he should be going at a great speed or a speed of forty miles < n hour. A large danger sig...

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

" , ; T —■■ *Y BIRTHDAY PARTY July 4th, we met at the ie of grandmother Tucker mile and a half south New flope to celebrate 66th birthday. This being the 6th year that her children have gathered each 4th of July to gladden her heart with their presence. And to wish her many more din- ners and spread it in picnic style. Some of them remain- for Everybody, Everywhere JFc-> If ■- AMONG the eight Chevrolet passenger car models /V there is one particularly suited for every driving preference—a Chevrolet for everybody, everywhere. The development of this complete line of low-priced modern quality cars is a notable achievement in fine car building. It represents the result of 14 years' con- sistent improvement and endless testing on the world's greatest proving ground. It touches every cross section of American life. The family seeking an all-purpose automobile—those women and men who require personal cars of un- questioned smartness—the business man who demands combined economy, utilit...

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

\WW : 111 *: : } ■ ■ ■' ■ , J , . • • \ ; ' •••■' ' • : . IBB UMMU MONITOR ; ■ ) ' y;-y,; '• • w. .-VV V ' - • ' ' • . ' . ■ ■' ■ > V , •' ' v ; - Git The Weeds ; For Civic Pride . As a private citizen, I have ill thcs,. ijist few days .made a complete survey of the weed condition of our city and now city council keep your shirts on and school trustees keep your hats on for I- don't in- tend to criticize a single one 9f you, but I really think there is room for criticism. The city has a jfreed cut- ting ordinance that; requires the owners of vacajjjtt lots* to kfcep the weeds cut off tfcose lots. Then why don't we do il Have we lost all oiir civic Jteide; do we care anything about the sanitary conditions of our - town. There are places yhere the . dish water runs from the sink into the grass and weeds in the yard. Clean up a little, yes we know you have overlooked the mat- ter but if a scourge of typhoid fever should hit our little city you will have cause to look it over and not...

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

.*1$: d 4W-' «%. , Mr *£>•. . . K ','f * - ■ -m. ;r" • u ALOTTERY WITHOUT A WINNER s Public Relations Commission, American Bankers. Association (Thtr* ,ia presented herewith the first of a series of articles exposing the wiles 11 sharpers who are after your money.) ! A LMOST unbelievable amounts are lost to the American people t\ annually from unwise ventures. This loss, estimated at near- ly one billion dollars a year, is accounted for when you take into consideration that practically all of the money "invested" in numerous fake schemes and half-baked projects is forfeited by the invest- ors. In presenting this series of articles re- garding sharp practices and various kinds of swindles we hope to prevent thousands of peo- ple from falling into the traps already set for them by irresponsible and unscrupulous pro- moters. vtoi' Through th^ use of only actual cases se- lected from several thousand, it is hoped to prove conclusively the futility of taking a "gambler's chancy" With ...

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

- si?,' 7 -'<• fF' v.-. ■ ■•: • r ■■' • '•V -i ".« ->#:■'■■ ..*-£T 'i ■ v * : ; iSE > A y>-r i: > :■ •* IT: :''SfiL T*. t JAMESTOWN Church was well attended Sunday. Several from here attended Singing, at Providence^ Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Alvin Mallory spent a short time Sunday with Mrs. John Mallory. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Moore have returned from Ft Worth wher% they have been visiting their son Roy Moore. Miss Pearl Baily of Mineola spent the week end with Louise Busby. Clarence McKinzie has bee ID the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mallory and family of Lone Pine at- tended the cream supper here Saturday night. Mrs. Katie Peters of Hous- ton is visiting her brother C. S. Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Smith of Galveston are visiting the formers parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith. *0* , Pine Mills. The health of the communi- ty isn't very good at this writ- ing. Marine Henderson spent Sunday afternoon with Aletha Wardlow. Albert Rose from Cisco spent the Fourth with home folk...

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

* m rips? I UK. ANSLBTY RGTTCfi : i, DENTIST Nitrons Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry HOARD NEWS We had a fine week of weather last week and evry one was busy. Mr. and Mrs. Fulgham and children and Mrs. J. M. Steph r I AM ens went to Horatio, Ark., last Sunday to visit relatives. Charlie Paul Sanders of Ranger spent Sunday and Mon day with his parents Mr and Mrs. H. M. Sanders. reporter ? ? The measles patients are improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. John Slaton of Red Land spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Riehey Mrs. Jennie Billups spent last week in Lindale. Gordan Elkins of Richland visited Mr and Mrs. 'G. M. Garland Saturday. Mrs. H. M. Sanders spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. R. G. Mclin of Mineola. THS MMOLA MONITOR with the Moore boys. Bro. Fletcher and family visited the Hunter home Sat- urday. i Services Saturday and Sun- day were fine. Our crowd was not so large but we ask everyone to come next Sunday. Tere will be prayer meeting at Smith Chapel Church Sat- ur...

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

11 1 I it'- ll CELEBRATING RQU _ COUNTRY'S INDEPENDENCE —THIS BANK WILL CLOSE JULY, 4TH.— CELEBRATE THE BEGINNING OF YOUR FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE BL SETT- ING ASIDE A DEFINITE PART OF YOUR EARNINGS, NOW, TO CARE FOR YOU > WHEN YOU ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO WORK. A BANK ACCOUNT IS THE MOST CONVENIENT WAY • /f SAVE AND HAVE MINEOLA STATE BANK W/ ■ P- i &% TBE MINEOLA M. G. Yancy and family vis- ited Mr. Yancey's parents here Sunday. *Ov • Miss Ruth Cowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cow- an, is here from New York. 4*04- . Men's Union Suits at 49c at B. L. Chappeli's. ——— KH* Mrs. W. J. Dobrovalny of Dallas is viisting Mrs. B, L. Chappell. —— Louis Lester and family spent the afternoon of July the Fourth in Winnsboro. AHA TvV Mrs. Harrison Jordan of Ravel, La., is visiting her sister Mrs. L. B. Turman. —-—*H!H* Brown work pants 1.50 val- ue at 89c at B. L. Chappeli's. *0* — Saturday Special 15!bs sug- ar $1.00 (Limit to one cus- tomer, Rapes Cash Grocery. *0* :—: Miss Evelyn Adam...

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

Y> Pf^lpi h : y- ■fiv yf-'^ *r.y0< - A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" 52. MINE OLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS,. THRUSDAY, JULY, 14, 1927. NUMBER 18. IrP i''I* ! — ^ Craver Relations f Hold Hugh Family Reunion The Fourl TATER EW ORLEANS arrived here I ex- hear nothing except e flood in the Big that's been forgot- e financial end d down Canal it night I arriv- es of seeing some of taurants and some of twenty-five years not a single familar see. It seemed all per. The Old French is been removed and improvements made irdly recognized the About the only recognized was the Andrew Jackson as irian. I Was so glad to thing that was fami- I stood silently be- ld said like Pershing tomb of Lafayette, I'm here.' ***** to tell my Wood Earners that they be glad tljeir cotton re not along side reat river. < Kellogg Company Features Special Corn Flakes Here When it's free everyone wants it. Using this idea as a basis of advertising the Kel- logg Company with Texas He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1927

Wm _ __ . rvriy- V - >, .• wm-m '• <$ l£r; ' !' ' Af3'$>%'V;: v"? •' mFV* * ' '■'' •!"'• "■ .*r '■$ ^W. ' '* > .'•• ■ ' ' W?> BW ;>¥,i* ■,* «v . f THE MINEOLA MONITOR US •• ft _____ n Hie Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at - Mineola, Texas, ______ Entered at the posteffice at -Jfraeola, Texas under the Act vo€ Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Oarraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, "Assoc. Editor.Advertising Mgr. HIGHWAY REPORT "Term of Subscription r W©ed County * (tee Year $1,00 Months *75 •^ Otfteide of Coaanty. «= Oae Year $1.50 *, SB£*Months 75 Any error made in advertise- • meets wil be gladly corrected ' upon being brought to the at- r twstion of the publishers, and - the liability of this paper ip i limited to the amount of the mace consumed by the error in -the advertisement. _____ MINEOLA AND GAS The progress being made in seeming natural gas for Min- • eola has been slow and dis- eouraging. The citizens here seem to be taking the proposi- tion lig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1927

THK MINEOLA MONITOK Eveiywheie MT. PISGAH The health of our commu- nity is not so good at this time as there are several sick and several exposed to the measles. Well the farmers are all about through vt ■■ I work, those 4- m THE Automobile has brought the nation's wonder places and play-grounds within the reach of everybody, everywhere. And all of them await you when you own a Chevrolet! Select the model that meets your preference and requirements from the eight Chevrolet body types. 4 —at these Low Prices The Coach - - *595 $780 The Touring $CJC The Sport $716 * Vi-Ton Truck- or Roadster - Cabriolet - . ' 1D [ChassisOnly) *3W5 The Coupe -*625 TheJ^ndau -*745 ^Zsl^nl,) **9S , All price* C o. b. Flint, Michigan Check Chevrolet Delivered Prices They include the lowest handling and financing charges available. A. W. FULCHER & CO. Dealers Phone 120 Mineola, Texas .if.' QUALITY AT LOW COST Look Your Best lone juirements of an attractive ap- jflean and well pressed suit, fht in pleas...

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

W-' .•' 'ii . ■''■'• '51 ■ 1 '": .. ' 'V fe. / - \. . •• r;4. ■!■■■< ... ;• . >■ s U , t . _ ' ■ : ' - B^Ll'jis?■" '<:"•• • '•'.' f i . t ' >7 ' - •. ■ r •'f-1 /. >•' ''r'^LV .v"''n ?•' •*'. ;-/■'.• V V •• « •'.. . < - omen i f; Mfm*. *11 "* -S3 THE MtNJBOLA MQNITOK ike best M-r M, SILK TEDDIES, SILK GOWNS, SILK SLIPS, SLIK STEP-INS materials fcr SUMMER dresses In Voiles, Organdies, Rayons, Ladies' and Gentlemen's foot wear in latest styles and hose to- match. Special Prices on Everything r ited in the community Sun-- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Speights. Miss Nell Perdue visited Mrs. Mary Wilson Sunday. The health of the communi- ty is better. No new cases <>f measles. t> I There will b<> church yard |; working at Smith Chapel July 11 21. We want all who will to f l come and help. Brine? hoes, 11 rakes, and axes. Let's clean X j up the grounds. ]| i Three weeks from next Sun % | day the revival starts. We t ...

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

P*" ' ' • I I ' ' ■. ' '■ : r' :• •■•■-.- ;, :•• , I ■ MONITOR mm Cotton Report Shows Decrease It is estimated that the acreage of cotton planted in Texas this year is 89 per cent of that, planted in 1926, or a toal of 17,035,000 acres. This Xcompared closely with the, 17,706,00 acres planted in 1924. That year 4,952,000 equivalent bales were produc- ed, the yeild per acre averag-j ing 138 pounds. The prelim- inary area planted in ail of | One Tube Sha ving Cream Enders Razor - - - - ALL FOR - . * T t T T * v f t t .25 1.00 .50 V ❖ * * ❖ ♦:< ♦% V ♦% State 1927 1926 acreage. Texas 17,035.00)0 Virginia 73,000 the cotton states in 42,683,000 (June 20 can make a fair yield acres, or 87.6 per cent of the of open cotton providing that 1926 frosts do not come too early. And in recent years gin devel- 19,140,000 opment has reached the point 95,000 where bollies can be utilized 2,015,000 110 a great extent, thus adding 2 V 6,000 i a large percentage to the total 4,025,000. ; outturn of li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1927

i' mm ... _« „ „ „ ^._, ________,. „..._. _ 7 . \ ■; ■ ■ • ^SPS • i|WP III , . .^ ■ . } .. V..-V. ;. -. '' ; P>V?fF . " •-> '^b §a 'ifef Vv r't u - . >t^p i • • , MINEOLA HAVE THIS FREE TREAT FOR YOU To Out-of-Town Readers of this Newspaper "We do not wish to have any subscriber or purchaser of this newspaper miss getting a free package of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Just take the coupon below to your grocer and we will pay him full retail price for the package of Kellogg's Corn Flakes that he delivers to you. If your grocer hasn't Kellogg's Corn Flakes, he can get them iOr you from a near-by grocery jobber. 1 1 FREE CORN FLAKES ' M m sJfiife r p: %%, X TK ■ ■ \ Your free trial of the cereal ji,cgo,qgo people eat daily Kellogg's Corn Flakes please more tastes than any other ready-to-eat cereal! If you are not already one of the millions who eat Kellogg's Corn Flakes regularly, you're missing something. In order to be sure that you know and appre- ciate the points that have made ...

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