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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

§Fk 'MI - re •■■; * mIt . ■ , , " ' r ..> •■-■■-■ ' •y-iy"-• "■" ■•- ;L: 'i , • : '' ' . • i-:; ' ••'•" •' • ' 1 t '• • "■• '• ' ;* '•"•JS -'■•■•"'^..v J. ;V'" ;.:-;/r vr <.. * n '"•••'•• i.r. •''■ •• .,/.« 1 "f I i '. ■;•■.•. ■ j. 7 f ■;. ■■'•■ • V .v ; •• ~ ~' . -■■•.- %.j3H IsTfe'v-' . THE MINEOLA MONITOR HAINES V1LLE NEWS DELICIOUS! m FRESH by truck from daily roastings 4 COFFEE ' O N F O r IO i F i M E FG C D'S ' /' . m Wlllllilm,,ii.;.;uw!iiil:;ll!!!Iii(l!!l^lliHlll!lIlHffi8nBD(lillIII!niltlllllHIIIHiSIWIII!lliniltfnii!lliil Another Conversation: mm i ui Husband: ''Armistice is almost here | and I need a nev suit for the oooasion. I You see this one is vorn and out of S date." | Wife: "Well, we really can't afford 1 one now, but guess you'll have to get I one, anyhow. Suppose you go down to 1 Grady's and look over his patterns. I know they are stylish and made by real tailors. 'Phone 241 and ask him about them, now.'' k v Grady Pnckett Tailor Shop Mineola Phone 241 liiii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

f "™l 'lil'P'lllllipiliipi ^§|p% — 'v- " ■■ , ■ ', - \f ■ • ' j . . ' ' . ii '■ -J. ' ■•' 'r aasgsi 'A?v'.''\ V TVTH M-^EOLA MQytTOtt :,"V Mnsn f.. j.-^;,. ;,. — - - I--- —"-f" ... • ^ Y;/:1' '' ' - *- .I I' Women's and Misses3 m !v;: ' •' $3.50 $30.00 '■■ ■ "j •/. : ' ■■/; • ' ' " ' ' i. Our showing include all of the newest fashion lines of ladies', misses' and children's ^C-' - • - • *' coats which we offer at ex- ceptionally low prices. Fur trim's in rose, tan and brown. . ' i * . ■ Some extra sizes in the Hats Hats V- * For one week we wi|l offer with every purchase of a dress or coat any hat in our stock at $5.85 $19.75 Dress for street, dress or sport wear, new arrivals from style centers, most exception- al values. Good style and new colors for both women and misses. Satin in the new saw - dust shades, maroon i glace and black; in fact, a dress for any or every occas- ion, at a price you can afford to pay. See these dresses this week. group "It Pays to Pay Cash at Sisler's" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

3(r -■ - 'r; • ' * r~;. t A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " , : ~ % VcL 52 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 3, 1927. NUMBER 34. ARRANGEMENTS ARE COMPLETE FOR GIGANTI; CELEBRATION IN MINEOLA ARMISTICE OAY The final meeting of the arrangement committee for the giganic Armistice Day celebration was held in Min- eola last night at which time every feature of the enter- tainment for the day's activities was discussed and the details of the festivities were completed. Never before in the history of the observance of this memorial day In Mineola will attractions be so complete, so universal in their appeal,' so representatives of the occasion, be staged. They have been arranged so that both old and young will be entertained and not a moment will be 'slighted to make it possible, that all will be kept busy seeing something here and another there. Flags on Graves I : : The grave decoration will In1 a place ; trnoon ** "-actions will be the rodio,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Ik Mineola Monitor jftafolished every Thursday at Texas, Yr-tered at the postoffice at Sfowola. Texas under the Act "f (ingress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Aaiac. Editor-Advertising Mgr. WHEN FOCH MET GERMANS TO END WAR the Enemy, Beaten, and Fearing Reds, Begged Peace of Allies. ftitowing account of the meet of the Artuistljee commission ended the World war Is taken ffcnr -I—-' sources and conveys an •Mraraie picture of a momentous oc- We reprint it from the New fc. Herald Tribune. "Sfce- anify slaughter of thousands of MM* finished abruptly at 11 a. m. on •5ai en 3er It, 1018. marking the end dfttlte greatest war in history and ««i£fo$v:the meeling o( the Armistice •wnraiftsion the most important his event. Ifce- scene was laid in Hie middle •el" forest of Compiegne, where ■fcrsha' Focli's train drew up oppo- me old heavy gun sidings at ■ewe o'clock on the night of Thurs m&. Jtovemher 7, 1918. Marshal Foch was Oeneral ■•Sij...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I I This is the OIL for Ford cars /efined and pure Texaco fcfetor Oil F lubricates every moving part perfectly and forms a minimum of carbon. In addition, it keeps the trans- mission bands pliable and free from "glaze". That means smooth "new" car engine and pedal action after thousands of miles of driving. MOTOR TEXACO oil i Clean, Clear, Golden CWillMP TRADE MARK REGISTERED WATER KENT C. C. Aaron's Filling Station Beginning Nov. 11th, we will make a special price on Tires and Tubes for three days only. The long winter evenings will not seem so long if you while away the time with an Atwater-Kent 6-Tube Radio Set. Only $97.50. Bruner Bros Mr .f: % M «I VAPORIZED V-,, f;i. • % I i <& . ijV: -k.Z WET or DRY The difference between the new Texaco Gasoline and all other gasolines is largely a difference of wetness and dryness. Because of its higher volatility and freedom from heavy ends, the new and better Texaco vaporizes where other gasolines only atomize. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

N .• .;v.. •• . ' , THE .JHNBOLA MONITOR 435 10 COMMANDMENTS TO KEEP HUSBANDS Waco, Texas, Nov. 3.—(UP)—Af- ter many years on the bench during which he has handled hundreds of di- vorce cases, District Judge Richard I. Monroe has submitted ten command- meirtc for wives to follow t*> find ma- trimonial happiness. Jijdge Munroe promistnl to submit 10 commandments for husbands later. The comandments for the wives wer&: 1- Pat your old man on the back and tell him "he's a bully boy." 2. Do not let yourself be treated as a weak dependent thing. 3. Do not be afraid of the big thing _ XT 0 ,T-rr \ n* . , , ! Dallas, Texas, Nov. 2.—(UP)—To m life: motherhood. ... , . ,, „ _ , , pit age against age in a game of golf 4. Do not make fun and tease your If,, . , , „ T , „ ,i, , , lis the wish of Rev. John R. Allen and husband by idle flirtations, for you lT3 n ^ ,, , ... „ , . , t Rev. O. S. Thomas, Methodist minis- qva cTirnncr a tiro \irnir h tviq*j ovontiu ters of Dallas. The two churc...

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

THE MINE6LA MONITOR HOMER CHAPPFLL, sociated Press news, stated this* ELECTED OFFICIAL, i week that ilr. Chap^eH was now in " jWftshirtgton arid Rw York-City, con- 1 ferring with capitalists concerning The following article was cTippeH i the proposed railroad-. ' from the Grandfield Enterprise of The next hearing will be held at Oklahoma and concerns one of Min- i Vernon, Texas, if the Interstate Com- eola's boys which will be of interest merce commission grants the request to many people in this section. ! of the compaTiy. A change in the personnel of the* , Ardmore, Vernon & Lubbock Railway j At th* Fort Worth hearinS when company has been made, an election j the attorneys for the company asked a having been held in Vernon, Texas,; postponement of the hearing, on the last week, at which tipie Mr. Porter groun(]s that the company did not of Caney, Kansas', was made general ^ aI] of data complete> Mr. manager and Mr. Chappell of Dallas, . _ ... ; Chappell, who has been associ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

'WM THE MJNEOLA MONITOR mrotMiiit'itv WE PAUSE AMID THE RUSH AND HURRY 0 the days' activities to pay tribute to our fallen | dead and refresh the green in the wreathes which | lie on the mounds of our— American Soldiers May the memory of our heroes be ever cherished in | the hearts of those who were spared and— AMERICA | HOLDS SACRIFICE SACRED. We invite all who come to Mineola on Armistice Day to visit our store. E. D. SCOTT 1 Mineola Texas | jiMBinR) Hiinin(iiii HiHiiiniiiui!iK!i!Oiiiiiuiuiionintiiiiiu)i(miniiii!iui{ittiumiNiiiiiiiiuiiiiituiiHi;ani!ii:iiU!!fiiHiiuuiiuiuii]iaiUHnitiBinniioiiir Mneola. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Magee visited in the Hoard commu- nity ,/Sunday. Mrs. Eula Sinclair of Grand Saline spent Saturday and Sun day with relatives here. Mr. and Mirs. Will Edwards went to Fort Worth Saturday to visit their daughter. Rupert Minick took cahrge of Lake Fork Tourist Park { Thursday. Bob Black left for Oklahoma Saturday. JAMESTOWN (Delayed from last week) The winter at this ...

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

w i.' ' V' . 1 THE SUNEOLA MONITOR 5,000,050 MEMBERS GOAL OF BED CM OTJftL llfLL U* Need of Expansion Due to Exoec- sive Demands for Disaster Relief and Other Services. WAR WORK SOT iT END FOR RED CROSS MANY WONDERS IN DEPTHS OF OCEAN Demands for Service to Disabled Veterans Last Year Cost Nearly $3,000,000. - IP sk f#K' *Wth] Wm * V :ir-\ A Red C ross membership of 5.0 jO 000 in the L'nitcrl States will b? 30i:;:!r this year durin.? the Eleventh Annual Roll Call, November 11 to 24. Chair man John Barton Payne annonnro;i following completion of a study oi the demands which the past ye.it j made on all branches of the ILrri Cross organization. He stressed particularly the In creasing demands of disaster relief as pointing to the need for an in creased membership to aid in carrying the growing responsibility in this field "For several years our menborsbip hag remained at a little more than 4,000,000 adults," he said. "We are proud of this membership. It is a body of our choice spirits...

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

THE MfNEOLA MONITOR XCRPLANE LIKE Men Customers Easy to Please. i GRASSHOPPERS 1.1 | Fort Worth, Texas. Nov. 3.—1 (VP) <—An airplane resmbling a grasshop- per, so freakish in appearance- that it1 lias been the subject of numerous Jests, has been perfected by Clarence Hohf2n, Fort Worth aviation enthu- siast. The machine, a monoplane, is built l«eRhone rotary motor. It has a wing spread of 32 feet and measures 17; feet from tip to rudder- Holdeh be- Scves it will be able to attain a speed •f steel tubing and is powered with a of 100 miles an hour. *0* % Just received one lot of misses and childrens school 'fnw. Warren's Variety Store. Waco. Tex., Nov. 2—(UP)^—Men customers are as easy to please a3 women are hard, accordfu£ to Mrs. W. E. Gaylord, who is believed to be the only woman hardware store owner in Texas. "Mei; know wjjat they want and do I uot look at everything in stock before j buying," she explained. "Women look j at everything, decide to look else- ! where and finally ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

T RSMvA SECTION TWO The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" V X i. 52. UINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 3, 1927. NUMBER 34. I 7MGRIAL ADDRESS KY DALLAS JUDGE , .'.tige Tom L. McCollough of Dallas yudg? McCollough will de".hvf(thel M jrfferiaiKAddress in Miner .a on Ar- i-.-otiee D$ff at eleven o'clock. Judge) lough is President of t',.^ Prae-; Texas and is a prominent, !.....rVjer of the Texas Bar Association, i was formerly district jud^v in! ' VTato. ■ | MRS. MERITT IN DALLAS THIS WEEK Mrs. H. C. Meritt left, last v^eek for Dallas where she is attending a school of instruc- tion of permanent waving ;n?der Mr. Paul Rilling of the . iderick Labratories of New :rk City, who is iri Dallas ;i"r.insr special instructions in / - his work. Mrs. Meritt has recently. purchased a Frederick machine and is prepared to $£"sVe the very latest in per- • sjaent waving and beauty •p.rk, She will return this week. . TO LOAD CAR FOR BUCKNER O...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

s#1 /; Bite • HFii: '■M. MPMLA K9NV0R Red Cross Meets Heavy Demand for Water Safety Duty iiii IPR iiii; ' -^7.433? $ N M OTHrsra. SO GROSS VOLUNTEER WORKERS BIG FACTOR Sroader Industry in Home Chap- ter and in Field Development of Disaster Service. Vbluntfcer industry in the American *£fed Cross is on an upward trend, due 3m the broader demand for assistance % meeting disaster relief require- ■seats. Men and women from Red Cross Cfeapters in the last year exampled by tfceir worl: for disaster victims a great- ar activity than in any year since the TOd of the World War. This service was gi/en without stint ,-ith the finest of spirit, accord- to Red Cross o^cials. Volunteer 3tat£ Cross workers have served by the ttoasands with the local Chapters in garment production, printing raised- fcrpft reading matter far the blind, In Itepiial service, as canteen workers •ad motor corps aids. Nearly all ac- tfere Chapter workers are volunteers. BBbpb than 90 per cent of the avail- aiBfe reading ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

THE RUNEOLA MONITOR WOOD COUNTY UP-TO- ^TE, OWNERSHIP MAPS )R SALE BY.G. W. COWAN SOLA, TEXAS. 28 tfc *0* „ If its quality and price you want call and see us. Warren's Variety Store. Mineola Barber Shop across from depot. Save that dime. Work guaranteed. Mineola Barber Shop across from depot. Hair cut 25c and shaves 15c. Take time to save a dime. Every little bit helps. SUNSHINE BUS LINES INCORPORATED DALLAS TO TYLER VIA MINEOLA AND CANTON TERRELL TO KAUFMAN LV. MINEOLA FOR DALLAS 9—1 l—l—3:30—6:30 LV. MINEOLA FOR TYLER 7—9:45—11:45—3:45—6:45—9:45 LV. DALLAS FOR MINEOLA 6:151 8 12 3 ■ 6 —PHONE 55 MINEOLA— Connection made on all cars for points North, East and West. I am prepared to do all kinds of picture framing on short notice. Any job intrusted to me will be appreciated. You may leave the work at Post Office, or call me at my resi- dence telephone— No. 113, 2tc 33 Rose Gilbreath Winnsboro, Texas. *0* Burns Roller Rink now open every night, brand new maple floor andi fiber roller ...

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

t X - \ THE MINEOLA MONITOR Tr , i.n* -it:-:*. WE WELCOME ALL TO ' MINEOLA ON ARMISTICE WAYSIDE INK G. V: White, Prop. liititHtiHnnirfliHHttiimfRwnmifmiiiflmnmuinmminimmmnuratn TVe are glad to welcome you to MINEOLA THIS ARMISTICE GEORGE C. REEVES Real Estate—Abstractor—Notary Public Come to Mineola and help us celebrate ARMISTICE Our Store Will Be Ooen To Welcome You. H. E. BERRY WELCOME TO MINEOLA Meet your friends here for fountain drinks, Quick Lunch Stand —Chili— Sandwiches Coffee. CALLAWAY'S CONFECTIONERY HONOR TO WAR VETERANS MEET ME IN MINEOLA SPENSER HORTON Quitman Let us pay full tribute to the DOUGHBOYS AND SAILORS WELCOME TO MINEOLA T. I ENGLISH TRANSFER CO. PHONE 13 anmflll!HHt!l!llll!l!l!l!li YOU ARE INVITED TO MINEOLA ON >• ARMISTICE AND TO THIS HOTEL FOR ENTER TAINMENT AND FOQD. BAILEY HOTEL IIIIIIHIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllffilllllHIKIHIilllRIII!!!! REAL ESTATE CITY LOANS NOTARY PUBLIC J. 0. DOWELL MORNING PROOUaM „ !&tt i Grave Decoration at Sunrise, Graves to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1927

■m . — _j MINEOLA MONITOR LM-l on i&l Armistice Day Celebration to be held at LA iber 11, 1927 service men of Wood County men of Mineola M i &WT9i If - GRAVES TO BE DECORATED THE GRAVES OF ALL EX-SERVICE HEN IN WOOD COUNTY WILL BE DECORATED WELCOME ADDRESS Mayor W. C. DnBo.se of Mineola RESPONSE Mayor R. B. Howell of Winnsloro FOOTBALL GAME Be Given AT 2:30 P. M. and Agricultural Floats Sm>sid prize. 10.00 to be st decorated individual car. ;00 Second prize. HO.OO Best Commescial Float $5.00 Second prize. $J0.00 to best farm or Agricultural Float. $5.00 to best Horse Drawn Vehicle. , BIG WATER FIGHT Between Fire Companies from Winnsboro, V, Grand Saline and Mineola. I V # • ' .• : ' , $10.001st Prize. Mineola is host that day t to all comers. The town is yours and this invita- tion is your key to this little city. Come ail! A NIGHT OF FUN AND FROLIC rleston Contest, Three-Leg Race, Pie-Eating Contest tuple Contest [y COMPANY B 144 INFANTRY lunty's Biggest and Best Stay La...

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

THE MmEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28; E*D'ITO RIAL STAFF Editor-in-chcif , Associate Editor-in-*heif — Social Editor Boy's Athletic Editor Girl's Athletic Editor Senior Class - Junior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kine Faye Gladden Roger Nixon . Ruth Russell REPORTORS Frances Cannon Audrey Faye Rountree Vendelia Vandiver Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan HALF HOLIDAY TUESDAY Account of the Big Circus we had a half holiday Tuesday. We had to come to school at 8:15 that morning. Can you imagine? But we didn't mind that as we got off at 11:15 in time to witness the parade. Great Oasar, but exes who are away at college should have seen those ele- pharfts and giraffs. High School days ain't so bad after ail-when it's cir- cus day. It wont be long 'till Ar- mistice. | v Tuesday Was Circus Day Tuesday was Circus Day. Christy Brothers appeared upon the scene in time to make the "S...

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

■ ■%' Q r B M*NE«LA MONITOR -S^oS; Mm M B young sew of f f •:♦ t V f y ♦ ♦ 1 V r t! f y t y V t y ♦>i t ❖ f T > ❖, *i ❖ ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ V ❖ ❖ ❖ .❖ t ❖ *1* T T T y T t T t J I: i HONOR UNKNOWN Annistice Day Ceremonies in the Capita! of the Nation. v_ mm MINEOLA STATE BANK i. ? t * "AND 'TWILL LIVE IN SONG AND STORY" 1 Probably never again in the history of our nation will such an occasion as happened on November 11, 1918, when all nations involved in the Great World War, lay down their arms and brought that conflict to an end, send such a universal thrill through the hearts of the American people. 'Twas a time "tor great rejoicing as well as for sad reflection. That day will never be forgotten. I When the anniversary of that day arrives this year America will stand with bowed heads and pay tribute to those who sacri- ficed their lives for the sons. She will also do honor to those who spent months as standard bearers for this great nation. Mineola will have her share in this mighty ce...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR VHpiWW«WUnB ■ - '*w&m ^ ik W ^' ★ .★ K ' luuui: :.^t •>> «'I We rejoice with our friends today in the | 1 observance of the Great National Holiday which g I marks the ninth anniversary of the end of The j World War. 1 We extend to them the courtesies of this shop i ss an Armistice as well as all other times. 1 Elite Barber Shop lllilf&t&MUtM Ladies Coats! Misses Coats Childrens Coats! Coats! Colals! for all the family, at theEnter. piise, Wdnnsboro. *0* Mr. and.' Mrs. B. A. Brooks j and children were Marshall i ♦ visitors Sunday. Bush and Gerts piano for sale at a bargain. Address Clarke Burr, Bailey Hotel. B. Holbrook and Dr. E. P. Bunn w«vT1t to Shreveport Sun- day to attend the Louisiana State Fair. ___ Mr. and Mrs. }J. M. Ash- worth motored to • Marshall Sundav returning via Tyler. * *0* Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Henry of Dallas were guests of Mr. Arlee Henry last Sunday. -*0* - Those 9x12 art squares! Selling at the Enterprise for $5.98. Have you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

mr' HfiBAinBi 7 &&<?■ ■IBB W<fl fcj? I A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE Vol. 52. &1INEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVERBER, 10, 1927. NUMBER 35 President Asks Armistice Observance Lftoeral MRS. MA! o X SPECK TATER YOU PICK UM f On the basis that S. M. U. ] I wouW win over A. and M., I: \ i picked S. M. U. to win the; Southwestern Conference this j year. The dope went wrcng ^ and A. and M. had the batter alfJam. There's no alibi for 5 * ■" ->Ae won decisively. Congrat- i -eolations to her. As I figured, was a toss up between the vo teams before the game on previous games of (ro teams. Even the A. j adherents conceded and M. played over S. M. U. was seem- . I dare say that ! in the world could defeated the Aggies last ly. Her line was mar- aud her baakfield step- j the holes made there. | at was not the onlyl shed an excellent j patball for every j featured, to the excel-1 D. X. Bible! .. to the finest ] It may be ..flhat \ ifl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

' " J * iv ■-ni -• -I #: Ki THE MINEOLA MONITOR $ * . m 111k V fcM'k- •jfr* i- j • i' nr' • • I#V V 0\i p|fe$ She Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at JKneela, Texas, 'Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act gf Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc, Editor_Advertisinsr Mgr. *THE SHORTEST WAY WITH DESENTERS" President Calles of Mexico believes that the best way to deal with insurrectionists is to fciH them outright. Such procedure is nothing new. This jpsjfetice has been in vogue mace tribe and family contral has been known and it is just the proper thing to do even with the nation. To: boil it down to a, short statement it means nothing more nor less than the 'sur- TEkal of the fittest." Tftere was a time however, wfcen Mr. Calles himself was «e the side of the minority and had such action been tak- «n then, he would have never Mwed to have meted punish- memt to Gomez et al. The Presidet of Mexico coul^ Eardly say in th...

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