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

TT - - Y • • T THB MINEOLA MONITOR DR. ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry GOLDEN GLEANINGS Bro. Asrant, Baptist Evan- gelist of Abilene closed his protracted meeting here Sun- day night with 10 additions. I AM Snow While W ash , THE PRIDE OF EVERY * VT Save your health, your strength, your good looks, and especially the Clothes.- Do not wear yourself out wash day. Buy a good supply of ''Easy Glee" Washer from any Grocery Store. Mineola Texas. NO JOKE "rf Sound Judgment TellsjjYou Your Valuables Are Not Safe When you secret' your savings in the old family sock. Besides such a place is inconvenient at the very time you need money THE FIRST NAH0NAL BANK The Oldest National Bank in Wood County has for its customers private safty boxes within its vault where you may place your valuables of all description and have the protection of that institution or ou may put your money on deposit where you may with little inconvenience set the -n* vou desire...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1927

■ ; . £■ ' ' ' : •■' ' • ■'. \ ',"/' ■■, ',■&. ■; ?■'" .V ••>«■>. Vv "v 2-' fifty i/v ' * '4 THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE WAY TO I —"IS TO BEGIN TO SAVE"— There is no other way—Nobody is going to come along with some patent device which will endow us with a nice bank banance over nigrt. . i Nobody else indeed, can save for us. t But, once we establish the saving habit in ourselves, that will be our line of least resistance, and saving will be natural— and easy. SAVE AND HAVE M1NE6LA STATE BANK Mrs. Hope; Dozier returned last waek from a visit of sev- eral weeks to relatives and friends in Galvelstin, Corpus Christi and other South Tex- as cities. *0* Mr. and Mrs. ,Ned Gibson of Pabctine spent several days last week in Mkieola, guests of their sister, Mrs. Heps Dozier, Miss Sally Reading is visit ing her sister Mrs. Hope Dozi- er. i J. H. Reitch of Farmers- viUe father of C. R. Ritch has returned to his home after a Vkk here. LG;: rc! Brunei' motored to Gilmer and Tlyer last Sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

Mineola /Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE Vol. 52. . MINEOLA, WOOD" COUNTY, TEX^> ^THURSDAY JULY 21, 1927. PECK TATER 30W YOUR GRAMMAR met my good railroad id D. E. Nelson from Ft |h today. You know he the Burlington Railway least that part that*s in las We became involved In argument over the ques- which caused so much liblkity recently among the iorities on correct English rto wThether it was correct say, "IS" or 4'ARE in the bll6wing sentence: "The larg- food-carrving system in world! For within this ^.lendous area IS or ARE Educed: two-thirds the oats, me than half the corn, more in half the barley, half the r ieat, etc." I We never came to an agree- j.t on which was correct PRODUCED or ARE PRO- JCED, so I told him that ^'d pass it on to you to settle, if you are an authority the subject of grammar, drop me a line at the litor and me which is rect. I'll get it when I get / ** * * • IG NEW ORLEANS ^raffie cop arrested me rd.ay for speeding ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

■ w ■—■'■ • "-1 ^-r,.., «-.f i " ■ Ji 11KB MINEOLA MONITOR I fcV 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, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County ®ne 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 opon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper iis limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. DEMPSEY RETURNS The last chance to break in- to the championship of heavy weights has come to Jack Demsey who meets Jack Sharkey tonight. If he loses in this bout he will most pro- bably 'fold his tent and sil- ently steal away,' back to Hollywood with Estelle but no doubt cut down upon the an- nual expense which is said to be around $150,000. If he wins, lie w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

— THE M1NE0LA MONITOR f IHtVROIF I J5eontmical Trent beritfieti tneiE ihere'$ a Chevrolet Truck ^or YOUR Business — offering all the features that have made Chevrolet the world's largest builder of gear-shift trucks Among the many Chevrolet Truck bodies available, there is a type specially devised (or every commercial and industrial requirement. Each is mounted on the famous Chevrolet chassis whose ruggedness is the result of over-strength con- struction, and whose dependable, economical opera- tion is based on such modern features as powerful valve-in-head motor, 3-speed transmission, big ove*> size brakes, springs set parallel to the load, air cleaner, oil filter, etc. Come in. Let us tell you about this modern prod- uct of the world's largest builder of gear-shift trucksif — at these Low Prices 1-Ton Track 1-TonTruck $7 CC , Ouv with Panel Bodv 395 1-TonTruck $(7CC 1-Ton Truck with Slake Body with Panel Body I-*-5 Chanii with Cab 1-Ton Truck 495 ^TonTruck 395 Mlpri^o.b. Check ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

-\' nn 1HNS0LA HONirOft as K *' t v • .-V- I:'. vx' r , Vi ** WfAT lfWailK BEST SILK TEDDIES, SILK GOWNS, SILK SLIPS, SLIK STEP-INS f 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 ii i E. D. Scott Mineola, Texas COMPLETE PASSENGER SERVICE 1 RESTORED TO NEW ORLEANS AND i OTHER LOUISIANA POINTS EFFECTIVE JULY 24TH Night Train No. 24—for Shreveport, Alexandria and New Orleans will leave Mineola 12:32 A. M arriving New Orleans 5 P. M. This train carries thru sleeper for Shreveport, Birmingam, Atlanta and New Orleans, For full particulars consult Ticket Agent. ftttttMt Wood County Girl Wins Trip To College Station WOOD COUNTY GIRL .... Flossie Evans, who resides on route No. 3, out of Alba has won the free trip with all exenses paid to the annual Farmers Short Course at Col- lege Station on July 25th to August 1st, having written the best story on "The Agricul- tural Possibilit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

THE MggfiOJLA MONITOR Mrs. M. P. Mintle of Texar- kana and Mr. and Mrs.Joe Ty- son of New Boston are spends ing this week with J. W. Jen- nings and family. 4*04*—- Mi&c Lucille Baker lias beeti visiting in the home of Leroy : ' Dallas. Jennings. She has gone to | Dallas for a short stay. ) Miss *0* mwi Miss Mary Emerson, Helen Jones an<j Mildred Cowan have returned from a visit to Louise Carlisle of Grand Bayou, Lo, is visiting ineola as a guest of her aunt Mrs. G. C Smith. Sign up for gas in Mineola. * in? v ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ SERVICE >T *1 0 •f1 7 •' Beginning Monday July the 25th our service department will be open from seven o'clock in the morning until nine thirty at night. We are adding another experienced machanic to our service department. Mr. Bryan Patrick who as well as the two machanics that we already have has had years of experience in repairing almost any make of Automobile. ■ v . We also have our Duco paint shop installed in our new busi- ness home. We are now throughl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

Wr: IP - \Lucretius Far Ahead of Minels ot His Time I Lucretius was :m illustrious jioct •Jbut lie did not believe his service to jthe world should stop with the pen- ining of a lilting measure. The great Italian frequently turned from his muse to speak a word for science, and since in his day (lie was born 95 B. C.) mental slavery and intolerance 'predominated in his native land, he acquired many enemies. In some of- his scientific works he discussed the porosity of matter, as- certained that light travels faster than sound and asserted that heat is mo- tion and the concussion of atoms. He demonstrated that echoes are the re- flection of sound waves from hard up- Tight surfaces and not the voices of launs and satyrs. He showed that the causes and spread of diseases were to be attribu- ted to air and contact rather then to the vengeance of angry gods. He taught that all things are made of in- dividual atoms and that the mind is Influenced by the body in its well-be- ing, sickness, i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

;■>' THE MINEOLA MONITOR DR. ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry J— Men's 2 or 3 piece wool or linen suits cleaned "'a nd pre/sed $1. Palm beach and Seersuck- ers 75c. Smith Tailor Shop. *0* Hostess Cakes, Friday and Saturday. W. D. Williams. I AM i: enough to want your business, and gentleman enough to appreciate it. J. C. Russell We Buy Produce , \ Phone 72 Mineola, Texas Sensuality Made /Vo Appczl io Epicama If Epicurus cotiM return to earthly life today he would be somewhat sur- prised to hear hi.< name as an ad- jective applied i<> persons and things sensual. Impartial history represents the habits of this Athenian philoso- pher and his followers as exceedingly frugal and temperate. The members of his communal school of "Epicureanism" were mostly poor, but being greatly attached to one another, they, in times of scarcity, contributed to each other's support. Epicurus himself began his philosophi- cal career when he was thirt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1927

f. i 4'' >t■ , m 4 .. ••v"; " - n-W : v-- / PS THE MINEOLA MONITOR h M THE WAY TO SAVE —"IS TO BEGIN TO SAVE"— There is no other way—Nobody is going to come along with some patent device which will endow us with a nice bank banance over nigrt. Nobody else indeed, can save for us. > But, orce we establish the saving habit in ourselves, that will be our line of least resistance, and saving will be natural— and easy. SAVE AND HAVE MINEOLA STATE BANK Sid Craver is in Marshall on a visit. —-K)*!*— Mrs. Cousins has returned from a visit to Corpus Christi. *0*- Shot gun shells, all kinds, at the Mineola Hdwe. Co. The value of public school libraries in Texas is approxi- mately $1,855,500. *KK* A tightly built barn will be damp and foul unless ventila- tion is provided. —•KM* ^*$Irs. W. P. Blackwell Sr. of Hain^r^ile died Wednesday af- ternoon. \She was buried to day at thtv Concord cemetery. Refrigeators, going at 10% discount at Mineola Hdwe Co. Judge J. P. Hart has gone to visit hi...

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

A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" WL yol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 28 1927. NUMBER 20 § l: SPECK TATER Thrift COMPANY B. 144 INF., WILL LEAVE FOR CAMP I Well, I'm glad to back in Wood County. It was mighty nice for a- while to see the bright lights but •give me the great" and mighty soli- tude of the country after I've seen ^ them and I'm happy. The rains have helped things around here and if we do have good luck with our cotton fmnd the rest of things lets set that1 ioney aside and don't spend it right |B off the real. You know next year: Bjlfnay be a bad one and we might not: make very much, much the less pave lif -anything. Company B of the 144 Infantry of the Texas National Guard, a con- tingent made up of Mineola young men and those who live in this vici- nity will leave August 6th for camp at Palacios, Texas, where the entire National Guard of Texas will assem- ble for annual encampment. The officer in charge of this unit will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1927

V THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at JMifteola. Texas under the Act ot 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 'Sis: Months -75 Outside of County. * One Year $1.50 ~ Six Months 75 Any error made in advertise- - merits wil be gladly corrected v upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and 2* the liability of this paper iis V limited to the amount of the gp&ee consumed by the error in the advertisement. IF "E" IS IN YOUR NAME YOU'LL SUCCEED in it. Position of ail sorts will de- mand of the employes a letter "E" in their name. Women will refuse to marry a man unless he has that let- ter in his name. In fact it will be- come so that everybody will spell every word with that letter inclu- ded. SHOWS will be spelled SHOEWS, TRAINS will be spel- led TRAINES, BANKS—BEANKS, DALLAS—DA...

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

m T ' IBS MINEOLA MONITOR SINGERS ASSEMBLE AT TYLER NOTICE EVERYBODY On Sunday, July 31st, 1927, there will be an "all-day sing- ing," beginning at nine o'clock A. M., in the large, well seat- ed and comfortable auditorium at the Fair Grounds in the City of Tyler. Everybody, —KEEP KOOL AT WINNSBORO'S POOL- Fresh Clean and Cool Water Bring your bathing suit or rent one at the Natator- ium. Take a Splash and a swim at— I The Natitorium < > Winnsboro, Texas When you buy John Deere implements you are sure of prompt repair service throughout their long life Two Features You Will Appreciate You will appreciate the advantages of the high, easy lift and the all-steel quick-turn tongue-truck built into the John Deere High-Lift Mower On no other mower will you find such a high lift—foot lift raises the outer shoe from 25 to 35 inches and the inner shoe from 8 to 11 inches. The powerful hand lift raises the outer shoe 44 inches and the inner shoe 14 inches—and the mower will cut when in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1927

J- 1 ■" * ** rmtmtmoLA M .. v- I I |g| I VERY LATEST MATERIALS FOR SUMMER DRESSES if k ■< >■ In Voiles, Organdies, Rayons, Ladies' and Gentlemen's foot wear in latest styles and hose to match. Special Prices on Everything II BEBSBBSgBSgBSBgB E. D. Scott Mineola, Texas S0«E TH1N6S BOYS OF 16 SHOULD KNOW !!•>: SOUTH LAGS IN MILK CONSUMPTIOON f "The consumption of milk in this country shows a continued increase. 926, the consumption per person was 54.75 gallons as compared to 53.3 gallons in 1920. The report by the United States Department of Agriculture shows that the daily consumption of milk and cream per person on farms in 1926 was 1.47 pints, while in the cities the con- sumption was .967 pints per person. ' The bad part about this milk con- sumption proposition is that our peo- ple, here in the South, consume a smaller amount of milk than any- . where else in the country. In the Central States, the average person consumes 1.0389 pints per day, while in the South, our peo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1927

.Bmim THE MIKEOLA MONITOR II il 1 COMING XT JAMESTOWN On Saturday, before the second Suhday in August Bro. Mings of Big Sandy, Texas, trill begin a meeting at Jamestown. On Sunday, the sec- dinni : ?iCrtl2 The en- tire "citizenshipv of this Community extend a cordial invitation to the public to attend olP^his particular Sunday, And further,1^ call is here- by issued for all former citizens of this community, for all former mem- bers of the Christian Church here, J id preaching and good singing and and for all those members who still help us pay & glorious tribute and a belong to this congregation and live elsewhere, and for everybody who is not deaf to, and would like to hear, some genuinely good Gospel sermons, to come and hear some sol- Kr .'A ' -\V fa I % €|- M m. I' ■■ irS • NOTICE To our friends and customers: In last week's issue of the Monitor we told you that we were going to have our service department open from 7 A. M. until 9 P. M. We now have this plan in operation a...

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

BADE PRESERVE NEAR SUMMER WHITE HOUSE Wind Cave National Park Interesting Place. Washington.—President Coolidge's Bummer "White House." the game lodge of the Custer state park game preserve in the Black tlills of South Dakota, is only a few miles north of one of the federal big-game pre- serves. This is in the Wind Cave National park, 4,000 acres of which have been fenced and maintained by the biological survey of the United States Department of Agriculture. The preserve was established by act of congress in August, 3912, and its size will be nearly doubled this summer by inclosing 3,000 more acres. One of Largest Caves in West. Wind cave, for which both the na- tional park and the game preserve have been named, is one of the larger of the known caves in the West, and, together with the bag-game animals in the preserve, which may frequently be seen by passing tourists, attracts increasing thousands of visitors each year. It is on the main highway from Custer to Hot Springs, S. D., o...

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

< "J THE ■ ii . |r'" E. ■' fe* i si Li PROVIDENCE We had a rain here Saturday which was badly needed and will be a great benefit to the farmers. Arlie Carter and family spent Sun- day with Allen Carter and family. Audis and Deevil Conley of Long- view spent the week-end with their MINEOLA "-j MONITOR Mr. I. E. Athens spent sister, Grace Lutin. Mosley and family of Saturday night and Sunday with L. T. Sikes and family. Coy Overstreet and Lelia Mae Hammans attended the dance Thurs- day night at Silver Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mosley and little son, Russel, spent Saturday I AM night and Sunday with their Aunt, Mrs. L. T. Sikes and family. Estine Sikes spent a few days last week with her sister, Sarah Gilmore. Auther Lutin and son, Rhea spent Sunday morning with L. T. Sikes. Health is not so good at this writ- ing. Ada Johnson and family spent Fri- day night with Virgil Hammans and family. Stella Mae Hammans and children Genois and James Hulan spent Sat- urday night with her father,...

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

\ THE M1NEOLA MONITOR THE WAY TO SAVE —"IS TO BEGIN TO SAVE"— There is no other way—Nobody is going to come along with some patent device; which will endow us with a nice bank banance over nigrt. Nobody else indeed, can save for us. But, once we establish the saving habit in ourselves, that will be our line of least resistance, and saving will be natural— and easy. SAVE AND HAVE Ml STATE BANK HOT SUMMERS Make Bisquit and Bread Baking unpleasant. We Bake Rolls and Bread Daily. NUSS' BAKERY Uineola, Texas Mr. Roy Baker of Tyler was here ttwa *?eek. "KM* Jtfiss Mattie Tyler of Canton is a guest in the home of Rev. N. T. Ring. *0* D. Stafford of Dallas was in Min- •eola this week. *0*- Mrs M. G. Bobbitt is here visiting Sier daughter-in-law Mrs. Geo. Nix. *0* Mrs. Alvin Flynt left Saturday Har Ada, Okla., to spend a week. 4*0 MrsS Estelle Penix of Hainesville returned last Friday from a visit of two weeks to Denton. *0* Mr. and Mrs. Earl Austin are spending with relatives here. «HH*- Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

itflifH mm- A NEWSPAPER,."OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOE THE PEOPLE % Vol. 52. ;! SPECK TATER SINGERS OF SACRED HARP CLOSE THREE DAYS' SESSION HERE MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, .3*1 i THURSDAY AUGUST. 4. 1927 NUMBER 21 K' :p : A GOOD LOSER Anyone can be in a hnmor when he is winning but it takes a real man to keep that smile and good nature stress of defeat. Our good Governor was somewhat ruffled over the de- feat of his proposed amend- ment;; when he stated that under Beginning Friday night, July 29, in their annual singing convention, held here in the First Baptist Church, the Sacred Harp Singers continued through Sunday afternoon, July 30, and closed one of the largest and best conventions which the Wood County Singing Convention has ever held. A precedent was broken for the first time within 28 years, that of electing a president other than Mr. John Rountree, who has held that office these many years. His successor is II, X, Cain of Cartwright, who has heretofore held the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

THK 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. SACRED HARP SINGERS 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 oi this paper ije limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. To the casual observer who knows little of what the sacred harp singers are and do, and cares less, the Sing- ing Convention held here last Friday, Saturday and Sunday meant nothing. To those who follow these singers over the various sections of our state and listen to them come the realization that what tl^y do is good and the sin- cerity and joy which they show ^ as they sing is a fi...

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