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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 September 1927

- k'I m I THE MINEOLA MONITOR tor and Fever, rue or Bilious Fever. It kills the germs. tostess Cakes, Friday and rday. W. D. Williams. WILL MODERNITY TUMBLE J a way is excusable. The school contender for athletic honors, i fais dinner. babies are visiting relative# Facts and not fiction show j ^ ^as atletic j In The Whirl- ' This itinerary of these trip- in Paris this week. that boys and gipft of this ■ team draws ^ alrgest attend- I Older people, who have lost pers followed the highway Mrs Brook? and babies ef modern age desir Jfo' «-o to the j ance> Every student wants to j step with the modern age, are ! from Greenville via Alba and ; near Mineola spent Sunday large, qolleges afr^d univvrsi- ! be able to return home wlth really bitter in their general | Golden and returned by the afternoon with Mrs. A. P. ties Tis a ra/tless ar'e ■LuI knOW,ledge of have attends ! attitude toward college ath- ! way of Winnsboro and Sulphur ! Fisher. these ,young Ameripwr^ant! J* the school with...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 September 1927

%r: S* W : : ■ THE M1NE0LA MONITOR < i M .-f • • - V. x Miss Eeba Wells of Winona a teachers in the Mineola Schools last year, will teach in Grand Saline this year. Miss Wells was visiting friends here the last week. Carter Burres who lived in Mineola 38 years ago was in this city last Sunday. He has not been hej*e since he left and states that he can see a vast improvement in Mineola. Just received a carload of | iron, all lengths. J. H. Sharp and Son. Farmers Cotton Office now open, at J: C. Russell's Store. Bring your cotton and have it graded and sold co-opera- tively. W. A. Shurley. Mgr. Just received a carload of iron, all lengths. J. H. Sharp and Son, Pay your subscription > ¥ ••>•V < ♦ ' WAIT! for the NOTICE ^ : horn about 1 inch loi^fto ma Strayed or Etolpif: —From | or brandjf. $5.00-'Reward for.j my pasture 4 th, one j informat/on^^ JAKE Heifer Yearling i) months old, ' DOCK, Br 4, Mineola. Kiddies, make H ■**& fir-* w your headquart- j welcome at DRUG STO...

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

tMi wM tsm rm M'T >&>.■;■ f yfim% \ i, IF m M.4. m- ?w mmBfSBSf YOU EVER I SLEEP I THE MINEOLA MONITOR / THE STATE OF. TEXAS with an ELEC M *£ m R m iC' m in your bedroom without 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT On Fans For Next 2 Weeks - V'"* "f . . ,, ' SV SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC CO Mineola, Texas In the District Court of Wood Coun- ty, for the 7th Judicial Dictrict of Texas, October TERM, A. D., 1927 To the Sheriff or any Constable of Wood County—GREETING: jjj YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- g ED, that by making publication of f§ this citation in some newspaper pub- = lished in the County of Wood, State §§ of Texas, if there be a newspaper s published in said county (but if not, jg then in the nearest county where a §j | newspaper is published), for Four §j consecutive weeks previous to the re- §§ j turn day hereof, you summon Char- j§ les Martin whose residence is un- §§ | known to be and appear before the j I District Court in and for Wood H | County for the 7th Judicial District...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 September 1927

"JrJ ■ '-:2l THE AUNEOLA MONITOR OF A IDEA YOUR IS WHAT Id be more than a your money. It officers of this the town and way possible. OUR experience is at your service, whether you bank with us or not. Come in and talk over your problems with We think abank sh safe place to is the aim institution comm BANK MINEOLA Miss L^uis^fK&ey has gone to Enni%£ - " Mayor W C.^JsHffJose went to Dallas Weiwfsday^ Miss Mslrgaj^uampbell was in Tyler ££frmday. Get your7sc}i0rrr"supplies at Warren's Variety Stor< Mr. and ^i<^i5ampbell were in DaB«S last wi ess Rev. E. wood was Mrs. M. M. Vatch Monday ir of Edge- this city Monday. Cou^ias^and Mrs feTyler visitors C. G. Mas^enggJe^was a Dal- r ftkmaav ai iday and Mon- Calvin visitor to Worth is ness visit las visitor day. Mrs. R.l H^£p?ar^y has re- turned frcter^visit to Durant. Okla. W. D. Kitcheprlfiade a busi- ness visit/^kf^Dallas Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. frick Pendleton and Mr. and Mr^Wr 'G. Church went to Dal ias today. Special thisj*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

*l(fP ■ w W* .*:■ f v '" '. ■ g$ « A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" TttL 52. WINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1927. NUMBER 27. Sr.- Awning Lights Now Being Installed The business concerns in the block nearest the railroad station have contracted for awning lights to be placed about their premises. The light company is rushing the y/ork to completion and promises that the beginning of a real white way for Mineola will have taken concrete develop- ment. It is expected that oth- #er stores will also install such lights. *0* Southwestern Gas And Electric Co. Takes New Home Highway Contract Let For Paving West of Mineola Chevrolet Caravan Gives Demonstration Reconstruction of the Reneau Building adjoining the Packet t Tailoring Establishment was begun this week preparatory to becoming the new office of the Southwestern Gas and Electric Company "which here- tofore has been located at the ice plant. Mr. Brooks announced that the building wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

MMM <& ■■j'g-F&i r-si $ ■ t$B| Ipw i w THE MINEOLA MONITOR m r<M?zi impairment must Hie Mineola Monitor! rran"nt iollow. S Mineola, Texas, ^ * j With the present state traf- Published every Thursday at fie law, which the Attorney General's Department says ap-i'j plies to municipalities, before ' 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. m Term of Subscription - Wood County One Year $1.00 Six Months .* -75 Outside of County. One Year 4 $1.50 "Six Months 75 m pj&i it JkM- pv-rf- m CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY Natural Gas as a fuel is cer- tainly a convenience. To arise in the morning of a cold day and in a second have a good warm fire is something- not to be sneered at. Besides, no ashes, no wood and coal lug- ging, no dirt, nothing but con- venience becbmes a pleasure. But this is not all. Natural Gas as a fuel is a necessity. Once it is within r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

IH :r la THE H1NE0LA MONITOR A Sick Nan Needs a Doctor, And One Who Knows. o CONCORD <! A Damaged Car Needs a Mechanic and One With Successful EXPERIENCE r You Will Find Just That At— W. E. LOTT & SON'S GARAGE "—SINCE 1906— LK." 3 Egga Wmi W. D. WILLIAMS has served the good people of Mineola and the trade territory about Mineola. It has always been our policy to stress— —QUALITY GROCERIES— instead of inferior grades at a slightly lower price. Bro. Alford of Pickton fill- ed his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. J. McLeod of Quit- man visited relatives hei'p Fri- day. J. McDougald and daughter of Hainesville attended church here Sunday. < Amon.cr those meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A Logue Sun day were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin, M. V. Anders, and family, Mr. and. Mrs. Riley James and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lanier all of Hainesville also Victor Anders and family of Mt Pisgah. i 1 ' The B. Y P. U. elected new officers during a business meeting Tjeld Sunday nig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

g., % , 15; v2®? , ip- - H % v mmm P?f WW' ■SjB mm ;v ' > ■" ]:- ' ,"• > ": a " .'" .-. . • ,V * h wm ■■" ■ k" iHt tol^KOLA MONITOR ■? ' I ••i x\ £?. | UFLEE * ft. ■E^ * - / mu « "STONE WALLS DO NOT A PRISON MAKE" Neither does a suit of clothes make a Well Dressed Man. The Tasteful Dresser has learned the secret of what constitutes a Well Dressed Man. He knows that the Curlee Suits have those Distinctive Lines and that High Quality and that their worwmanship are par excellence. Step in and try on some of the New Fall Curlee Suits Prices $22.50—$23.00—and $35.00 Graver's Cash Store * ■■ / Mineola, Texas ,-v OV-: J A m- Get Your FOUNTAIN PENS PENCILS INK At FLYNT'S Scheaffer, Parker, Conklin, Autopoint Skrip : i' ■ - '> AAAAAAAAi | & ,.|j A- s i FMOAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS $1.25 Genuine Fountain Syringe 2 quart size for --rX-Cl — 89c One box 75e Stationery for — 49c Also [choice of $1 Razor, either Enders, Durham- Duplex or Gitette with 50c Tube of Shaving Cream ALL FOR 5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

wmm Si • wm THE MINEOLA MCNXTOK By The Students of Minecla High School i THE CRY BARBERSHOP WISHES TO WELCOME 2 N Miss Elma Van visited in Tyler la*t Sunday. -*0*—— ' « i Mrs. F. G. Barnett who was ; 2 ' operated on in Dallas recently ; is greatly improve. SEE—McDONALD, the Gas- fitter for estim .es on yeof job. He might save you. money. Located at the Abftey ' Hotel. All work guaranteed.. At the request of the faenl- j names of those already enroll ty, this edition of the Y. J ' e<l in the class. has been hurriedly edited by j Leon Aaron, Wilson Allen Abilene Huff, a 1927 gradu- Tommie Binford, Alma Faye ate of ]VL H. S., and editor- Bogan, Lester Boozer, Flor- in-chief of the Y. J.F of the en<-e Bruner, Frances Cannon, session of 1926-27. I Ruth Carswell,, Lanora . Cash, Before another week passes | Wayne Clabourn, Noble Collins, the regular staff will be elect- ' Ruby Cobb, Alton Kzell, Mou-„ ed and the Y. J. will greet zon Fletcher, Marie Fouse, Al- the readers of the Mohi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

m *L-: m & m District Court. ':A 'V --Jt CEifon,- Grach 'Ratten. S§? A s p ecial session «f the District pourt will con- vuuiL October 3rd with the icgalar session coming <on Dt-tober 10th Following wil/ be. found a list of the Grand Jurors for the coming ses- < man of Court and also a list aff the special term and regu- lar term of petit jurors. The List of Grand Jurors W. D. Williams, H. A. Bow- An. D. F. Williams, J. T. j "Starker. T. B. Breedlove, A. E. fbnsddock, W C. Anderson. C. "k. Martin, J. W. Stokes. J. H. Sum, G. A. rGeen, F. G. 8bSkSv J R. Amason, Bcrl Cieui% A. K. Patrick, Dallas Ubyton. list; of Petit Jurors Special, Oct Term. IE. G Rogers, S. H. Br.iford, WiM Darley. J. A Ford, U. M. Crone, D. A Wheeler, C. 5 JL Strand, T. R. McK.ee, C. N. MeCfcsight, E. A. Cherry, Geo. Bl Hurdle, F. E. Shamburger, JL N. Pittman, W. N. Barnes, Voohees, T. L. Johnson, J. Jt' Arrangton. Alford Williams. H M. Anders, W. I. Mathews, 1IL T Hooks, J. D. Deas, K. A. jfc&Sfy, J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

4BP$5 . i/W || ■. -i iiiwinimiii ii ii Him i M ii 11 11 ii mi ■ I TEN YEARS OF | Preparing Food | Enables us to please the most exacting taste. | Quick and Courteous Service. —In Business For Your Hunger— CAUDLE'S RESTAURANT Mineola Texas HAINESVILLENEWS (Delayed) We had a nice shower of j rain Sunday. Health of the community is j good at this writing. Mrs, Frank Rholes of Min- eola has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Hasten. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams spent Sunday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Laminack of Mineola. Miss Ouida Puckett accom- panied her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindley mineola monitor Trade In Your OLD-SAD-I ON A NEW JOY IRON One Dollar allowed on old Iron I SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY fri MINEOLA, 1 We Live and Let Live TEXAS jor Economical Transportation Only Chevrolet offers Bodies by Fisher at such low prices V./ The COACH *595 ThrT«.rin* $c<} C •rKouiMcf JZ. J c^. '625 *695 The Sport $71 C Cabriolet ' i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1927

'vffl vr ' ' % > 'aw * ■ *. ' T V, • % I* ' t '^iBM gggpswH^swwi i :#■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR See the Superior Steam Cook One. Shaffer Piano, one Oil €ar Demonstrated ' at Whitten , Cook Stove,' One China Closet, .Hardware Co. Saturday even- ! one Wood Range, one Hot Wat- inng -3 to 7. Maybe used on 1 er Boiler, for sale cheap. Apply any kind of .stove. 274tc Monitor Office. / m *-■ K im WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF A GOOD BANK? |. We think a bank should be more than a safe place to keep your money. It is the aim of the officers of this institution to help tile town and community in every way , possible. OUR % experience is at *•. your service, whether v you bank with us or not. A Come in and talk over your problems with MINEOLA STATE BANK : •./ BETTER HA T S for Less ^loney In order to sell for less, I am now buving and sell- ing for CASH ONLY. No exceptions. —ONE PRICE THE LOWEST AND CASH— -Try to match the merchandise you get here for the same money somewhere else. —A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1927

F. f , Hffi PO Box 184 m .v; , V'-Mi' y-- a ■uv. I J . '■ $- - -.s ••V • ,'>• ' .*•>-. vV i • ••# v; 'Kf- • The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " m- Vcl. 52. \«i mineola, WOOD COUNTY, TEXks. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER, 22, 1927. i—r number 28 REMODELING THE BECKHAM HOTEL "From time immemorial, man has always demanded «t least two necessities" said J. L. Beckhm in discussing the building of his new hotel which begins next Monday. 'and those two thngs are food and shelter." Hi is my intention Begin Laying Gas "Pipes Tuesday Morning Highway Department Clears Rubbish Out Below Vance's Hill v, m it • k was begun on laying in Mineola Tuesday morn - .. , „ , . —o. As scon as the City to gi\e the people of Mineola | (jcuncjj jia(j passed on the pro_ a the tiaveling public as i posed franchise. The Latex up-to-date hostelery and cafe as can be found in a the size of Mineola" Beckham stated. Company , had its crew and Ttfn ■ machmery on the ground t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1927

IPv f.' ■. V-T^ %: / THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor |v ifef esse GROW PECANS San Saba County is famous . for its pecans. The reason of Mmeola, Texas. t this is because the people in Puohshed every Thursday at | that section began pkntinir pecans yearn ago and are now EACH STORE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED • MEMBERS Entered at the postoffice at j reaping the benefits. Mineola. Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor_Advertising Mgr. m Term of Subscription Wootl County One Year $1.00 Six Months -75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 KEEPING PACE Recently the merchants ot Mineola made a trade trip through their trade territory, visiting practically every com- munity near Mineola. Primar- ily it was the purpose of this thip to create a friendlier re- lation! between those who trade , .. . , here and those who are the - rf Jong ±et W* The" soil in Wood County is j spendid for pecan growing. i Several acres p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1927

M: A Sick Nan Needs a Doctor, And One Who Knows. A Damaged Car Needs a Mechanic and One With Successful EXPERIENCE *. * You Will Find Just That At— >• * W. E. LOTT & SON'S GARAGE CI;!!". UK. ••I if" -SINCE 1906— The greatest Fair in ail history.... 13 days of horse racing....horse shows, foot ball, polo games...a stupendous program of entertainment....replete witn thrills and tun. Livestock, agri- cultural and poultry exhibits surpaw all records. See "Countess Maritza" Music, singing, dancing, comedy, love and romance....in the Auditorium. Prion, Gvainp 11.00 co |2JO Mstfoca 75c to $2.00 Mail OrdfTi NOW? Address R. Rupaid, State Fait of Texas, Dallas js DALLAS «■ OCT. A.- 23 Wi :■ F My til m MB-. - iSmi W. D, ~!WIPn„ltn has served the good people of Mineola and the trade 11 wULEU HRU lllLILLEU territory about Mineola. It has always been our policy to stress— —QUALITY GROCERIES— instead of inferior grades at a slightly lower price. i tf*' •n ; Telephone 146-58 to place your or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1927

•j ™,11m - / - '$ ✓ ' v'-';-." " -■> ■ ' ■ ;. ■. ■«' V " . : —■ r-'/VM r THE MDW30LA MONITOR $ ".- ATTENTION, CUSTOMERS! I have just received a shipment of Fall and Winter Trousers for men and boys. X*i addition to these I have received those good Felt Hats with a fit for all. Ladies will find here just what they will need in the way of— DRESSES AND SHOES "Come in and be satisfied." E. D. SCOTT m m- MINEOLA TEXAS I Visiting School Bus Demonstrate; While the Chevrolet Cara- van was in Mineola las£ week making demonstrations o f their trucks, it was arranged tioi make a demonstration, to the school kiddies as .well as the grown-ups. One of the trucks which > carried a school bus body gathered a load of fine Wood County Schol child- ren and transported them to school. After the bus w&s loaded, it mdTde a tour through the business section of MineOr- la. The little, fellows seemed highly pleased with the free ride. Another feature of the car- avan's visit here was a water j fig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1927

if; %\ ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR EYE-SE NU GRAPE ORANGE —NT GRAPE PUTS OUT A NEW PRODUCT Z ♦ * * t! enter CONCORD Demand it in (he EYE-SE Bottle—Big Fellow GRADY RAPE J Local Ajgen MINEOLA, TEXAS | «■ Among those (planning • to school from here are, | Travis Blackwell, Jeanne Black J well, Mabel Reich, and Avis * Hartsfied. Misses Bertha Guin and Jeanne Blackwell motored to Commerce last Friday. Mr Cleve Whitley and Mr. Pritchett of Oak Grove attend- ed the singing here Sunday. Grand Cherry • and family of N«ty Hope visited his parents ■g u M:S- WW ..va,.d« | ;r«' GOING DOWN Prices! Prices! That's what counts! To be able to buy tirst ciass merchandise at prices far below what you will pay elsewhere is something to consider. We offer you just this. Our goods are new and of standard brands but we esli for less because we depend upon the volume of business to make our legitimate profit- You gain the advantage by buying at our storci. To be convinced you will need only to pay us a visit Com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1927

:! ' . V*v - ;$ ' -A _■$*. 4- ^ . t ■ \ •••; ' ■' ' - * ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR mm •: a ' i mm • • ••:-?•';•-• ffy; 8SP ::ic m- " : Ryf^iip H -'-L ... SERVICE AND SATISFACTION The sole object of the service rend- ered by tfec M&ieola State Bank'is ' ' I to satisfy its customers. For tWenty years this bank has offered a Sfefe Place To Bank Your Money and more Sound advice concern- ing investments and accurate in- formation about business condi- tions. OUR FRIENDS have been responsible for oo* growth and success. It's a plea- sure to serve you. MINEOLA STATE BANK L IV ER # M WINTER COMES SO COMES IE NECESSITY D E of GROCERIES Phone us your order. We do the rest Tail's convenience. That's service Phone 74 Speight's Grocery rnmmtKmmmmmmmm ISHEiililBl i Kt ' : ■ "■ \\ 1 These garments will be dis- played in our store FRIDAY - SATURDAY Watch our Windows The Finest Quality Material Workmanship Abundapce of Style * ' A fr^r: « SU' ff /W> '« v■ kkitm .r '■ Sold Exclusively in Mineola by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1927

aKHGPP #£?<<■' kS.Z**?-' Pgfpsg > •" .. -■ :' ■ V*- ' .• 1 •' ': l:J::;,?v- ;- 11 wSte- A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vci. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1927. ***** SPECKTATER Father Rushing To Fatally Injured Son Dies In I POPULAR PASTOR Crash BEGINS NEW YEAR Marshall, Sept. 26—An anx- ious father, rushing to the bed- side of a son fatally injured in a railroad accident, was kill- ed when the auto in \ which Mr. and Mrs. Richardson of Wills Point were riding was wrecked near Forney yester- day. Richardson was fatally injured.' Mr. and Mrs. Sayres, who were in the car with the Rich- ar-dsons,1 were injured, Mrs. Sayres sustaining a broken arm. Mrs. Richardson was badly bruised. The automobile was wreck- ed after it hit a rough place in the road and got out* of the driver's control. «o1c,o c The two couples were on ' Pf ... Vino' ! way to the bedside .of the clear, looking and w tn a ,. e . 57 .o!(l mchard?on boy -*0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1927

5w®i m? - ■'a c ••Hi" n> MINEOLA MONITOB PpR ■*■SBBifnun■miiimiIP ■Him iniJ^f^l jfe? j^gJ }" 5*« ola Monitor Mineola, Texas. Published every Thursday at I .... . Entered, at the postoffice at ,5 - Mineola, ' Texas under the Act li} ■'. of Congress, March 3, 18T9. i H" >; / R. H. Carraway, v'V' Editor and Owner • * J. B. Cowan, ditor_Advertising: Mgr. m ■K'\^r Were excellent and have been since his return to America. All the honor and praise that could be heaped upon a man he received and he remained that non-egotistical American that he hus always been.. With him it is still "WE.-' Greater lionois are yet due him. EACH INDIVIDUALLY OWNED # * * * * u H ■ -Mk.: 0^$'''' ifej m Term of Subscription Wood County pke Year $1.00 Six -Months. * 75 Oatiide of County. Qne.Year $1.50 Sfs> Months 75 y THE THIRD TERM Superintendent of Education S. M. N. Marrs, . has accord-1 .ing to press announcements, ' stated that he will be a candi- date for re-election. This will be his thrd time to...

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