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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I :\! i4te \ wm tti* m-)~ BRAZELTON LUMBER GO. Make our office your headquarters when you are in towil i' : v'|]| If you are in need of building material this is the place to get it. We will save you money when you trade with us- Our prices, service and material are the best. jbr Economical Transportation m' / §J > JLTU car fii her, too / In thousands of American homes there are now two isutomolnles— a car for Ihcr, *so, ^ so that there nay be transportation* for lw famUy while ,#he" drives to btasmees. And because it is so easy to drive and park ... because it is so decidedly smart and comfort- able, today's Chevrolet is an outstanding favor- iw among women drivers everywhere. Come in—and see the beautiful Chevrolet models. You'll find quality you have always associated with the highest priced automobiles —and you'll find that Chevrolet ownership is always economical , . . even when the family has more than one automobile! ~at these low prices . *525 - '715 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

THE JWIKEOLA MONITOR SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES ARCH SUPPORT "Arinistiee Day* i ••• 52, <i MINEOLA STATE BANK I J ♦ I w MARBLE. A WREATH. The former symbolic of the strength of American manhood which knew no yielding; the latter a tri- bute from the living, offered up annually for those brave souls who made the supreme sacrifice on the battlefield of Europe- Reward is not within the hands of man to give. The most that mortals can do is hand to future generations a nation with ideals unshattered/. This is our resolve at the tomb of tihe great soldier —AMERICA'S UNKNOWN! mwJA FIRST NATIONAL BANK .Vv- v\>v .---fr>Vv> J ts TEXAS SHOES For Ladies who want style, but imsist on comfort, too! FIVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD WEAR DR. AUSTIN'S ARCH SUPPORT SHOES STYLE— which is assured by art of the leading designers who create Dr. Austin models. COMFORT— which is given in the fullest degree by the ultra-flexible sele and Dr. Austin's Built- in Steel Arch Support. Fit— which ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR PA -V ■ ^ •> .. r- ™~Watch the„s ,, Butterfly Mr. Grocer: With your co-operation, we do the advertising of our products at no cost to you. DEMAND / IT If your grocer does not handle NUSS Products, please let us know. We'll do the rest. / PHONE 28 NUS MINEOLA TEXAS CONCORD .. Hazel Logue entertained; *fykh a Hallowe'en social at ! her home last Monday even- ing Oct.. 31. Many interest-! ing games were played be- sides a story telling contest ■ which added much to the fun | and merriment of the occa- sion. Two prizes were given ■ for the best story. Miss Ora Pritche|;i and Conley Richard- son seeming to be the lucky- ones were given the prizes. Refreshments were served to about 52 guests. We certainly enjoyed some fine singing Sunday after- noon. Please remember we have singing again the 3rd Sunday. Mrs. Richardson is reported ill at this writing. Miss Jeanne Blackwell re- turned home last Monday aft- j er having a serious atack of OAS if Mrs. Ella McMasters, fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR \ THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School " Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'D'IT'O RIAL STAFF Editor-in-cheif Ruth Carswell Associate Etlitor-in-cheif Marguerite "Kine •Social Editor - Faye Gladden Boy's Athletic Editor Roger Nixon Girl's Athletic Editor Ruth Russell REPORTORS Senior Class Frances Cannon Junior Class Audrey Faye Rountree Sophomore Class * - Vendelia Vandiver Freshman Class j Edna Mae Kington Sub-Freshman Class — Rosalie Buchanan ARMISTICE On Friday ,November, 11, 1927 at 11 A. M. nine years will (have passed since the signing of an armistice be- tween Germany and the Alli- ed Powers and the United States of America, that brought to an end the most stupendous war in the history of mankind. Since that mem- orable day, November 11, 1918, the whole World celebrates November 11 as the day on which the blessings of peace were restored to a war strick- en world. Since our own beloved coun- try played a most important part in winning this great...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR BIG SMOKE AND WATER MHAGE SALE men A fire next door to us did not reach our building but we received damage from smoke. ■ i and water, a few goods getting wet, many others getting slightly damaged and others no damage. We have determined to offer our entire stock, whether damaged or not, to the public at prices never heard of in Tyler before. \ . * NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR DOLLARS COUNT. INSTEAD OF OFFERING MANY PRICES WE INVITE A A PERSONAL'VISIT SO THAT YOU MAY SEE WHAT REAL BARGAINS WE OFFER Ready-to-Wear Department Ladies Millinery, Ladies Coats, Ladies Dresses, Ladies Undergarments and everything usually carried in a first-class ready-to-wear department, at prices never before seen in Tyler. Some of the underwear got damp, some of it got wet the great majority of it was not damaged. Priccs are more than right. A great opportunity to supply needs in ready-to-wear at unheard of prices. DRESS GOODS—In endless assort- I SHOES, SHOES, SHOES from Daddy ments f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1927

: mp. mm THE MINEOLA MONITOR I 45 £ SELECT THEATRE'PROGRAM , y : ' : ■' :-V ' > FRIDAY NOV. 11 An Armistice Day Program. "LOST AT THE FRONT" George Sidney—Charlie Murray (A Comedy Team) MATINEE STARTS AT 10 A, M. 10—25 l :_i—: > SATURDAY NIGHT NOV. 12 "THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT" Belle Bennett—Mary Carr—Robert Agnew Comedy, "Breezing Along" 10—25 MONDAY NOV. 14 "PRINCESS FROM HOBOKEN" Lou Tellegen—Ethel Clapton Comedy, "News Red'' 10—25 <*ij; TUESDAY NOV. 15 6 CHEATING THE CHEATERS" Betty Compson—Kenneth Ifarlan Comedy, "One Mama Man" ; 10—25 WEDNESDAY NOV. 16 "ONE INCREASING PURPOSE" Edmund Lowe—Lila Lee Also Good Comedy 10—25 THURSDAY NOV. 17 "JUDGMENT OF THE HILLS" Frankie Dano and Virginia Valii Bill Ginns, " Brusers and Losers." 10—25 V W. D. Kitchens was a busi- ness visitor to Dallas Tuesday. *0* For Rent : Good place 2 miles from Mineola. good deal for light party. B. A. Parrish. —*0-1-— You can buy silk dress for at. he Enterprise Wirans- x )ro. ——*HH* ¥0RI SEDAN: (FOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 1927. NUMBER 36. SPECK fATER ORDERLY CROWD. Never before in my exper- ience has such a large crowd been so orderly. Excepting two minor disputes, there were no disturbances. No arrests were made for drunkeness. Of course the officers were on the job. Sheriff Douglass, depu- ties Horton, Taylor Yates, --Armor and others, Caleb Will- ingham, all handled the crowd with the splendid assistance of the local committee who had the celebration in charge. But most of all the crowd entered into the festivities with the spirit of a true sportsman and nothing but splendid order could nave resulted from such a fine throng. Honor to all them. THE WATER FIGHT Mineola is proud of her neighboring town, Grand Sal- ine. Chief Moore and his de- partment came over and con- tested1 with the Mineola de- partment in tho water fight where ten thousand people watched ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR He Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas. Watered at the postoffice at Mfeeola, Texas under the Act Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Jtsaoc. Editor_Advertisin? Mgr. INTERNATIONAL PEACE As an ideal, international "peace is an alturistic dream Mid will be such, a.s far as per- manency goes, as long as hu- man beings are constituted as Utey are. Miracles will have to aeeur to the human race to 3&ange its mental attitude and general selfishness before this Meal can become a reality. Cartoons for peace are found pasted on front pages, oratori- cal perorations will close with the declaration of "the broth- erhood of man," the clergy will pursue the "Peace on Earth, good will to man," Hemes, all and more than these will proclaim interna- tional peace near at hand, but •■jhen it's all said and done, man will continue to be man, his inner selfishness will re- main the same, and the na- tions constituted as the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

t \ y# \i.*i <&&& V g o © e ten yoii see it 6SOstIy eeasa produce such Chevrolet's Low P * ' & M A. W. Fulcher ' ' -USB Dealers ' 1 , V'-' Phone 120 Mineola, V • ^ If PUBLIC TO SEE NEW CAR ON FIRST OF JANUARY. Detroit, Dec. 24—Promising: the most spectacular low priced automo- bile of all time, the Chevrolet Motor Company announced here today that a complete new line of Motor cars will be introduced to the public January first. In confirming reports that Chevrolet would very shortly introduce a new car of surpassing interest, W. S. Knu- dsen, president of the Chevrolet Mo- tor Company, declared that the offi- cial announcement covering all de- tails of Chevrolet's sensational new product would come Sunday January first. No details will be available un- til that time, he said. Chevrolet assembly plants have been in production on the new car since December 12. Factories in Flint Mich., Tarrytown, N. Y., St Louis, Mo., Oakland, Cal., Buffalo, N. Y, Janesville, Wise.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

lcoiiol |or- ra( ere.% Watts Motor Company. 'H THANKS We wish to thank our friends and coustomers for their patronage during the year of 1927. Through your help we have been able to do a wonderful busi- ness. As in 1927, SHARP. & SON will continue to set the price on— Building Material, Hardware and Furniture i , May the New Year have much happiness in store for you* may your every [wish be anted, and may you prosper in all under- . .._ taking^ Come to see us often in 1928,.and we will save you money on Hardware, Furniture and BoHding Material. J. H. bharp & Son MINEOLA "Mighty Apt To Have It." Texas P! n

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR fMH Furs Furs Furs < - BEGINNING NOV- 19—HIGHEST MARKET PRICES WILL BE PAID apR YOUR RAW FURS. QUITMAN FIRST RKWDAY'S. MINEOLA AT SPEIGHT'S GROCERY EVERY SATUH0AY. P. MITCHAM C ME B 4 U SELL Eg, LONE PINLNEWS The young people organized Sunday School November 6th. Superintendent. There were Miss Sybil Scott was elected thirty-one present last Sunday. Everyone is invited to meet with us each Sunday at 10 o 'clock a. m. Lone Pine School defeated Mill Springs School in a fast g^me of basketball last week. Mrs. Guy Ray of Cooper a i . ; . A Statement to the Pubtic by L. W. Baldivln, President of the MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES . -f to* - "Ask a Missouri Pacific 2 Man" % i A SK a Missouri Pacific Man" whatever it may be that you want to know, especially J~\ if it is something pertaining to Transportation—and if the individual to whom the question is addressed doesn't know the answer or can't get it quickly, he or she, will direct you to someone in the Missouri Pacific Li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

I THE MINEOLA MONITOR PRIZE WINNERS IN CONTEST ON ARMISTICE DAY The following- prized were awarded! contestants in the parade, Water Fiprht and other contests during the Armistice celebration here last Friday. Prettiest Car of any town went to Quitman $10.00. For prettiest car of any school, first prize Quitman $10..00 second Cana, $5.00. School with largest per centage of pupils in parade, New Hope, $5.00. To Mt. Enterprise and Foulk schools also having 100 per cent in parade $5 each; best decorated individual car, Harvey Wagner. $10.00; best commercial float, first prize, M T ii Callaway Bible Class Mineola $10.00; second prize, Atwater- Kent by Bruner Bros. $5.00; best agricultural float J. F. Haines, Hainesville, $10.00; best horse drawn vehicle, Mill Springs $5.00; Mineola Fire Department winner water fight $10.00; winner fat man's race, E. W. Moore of Hawkins $2.50; winner thre Jegt race, Alton Webb and Mauel Humph reys first place: Mr. Molonari and Mr. Pinson, 2nd place. —•bC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

\*IV 'Wl, fHE MINEOLA MONITOR Select Theatre Program -*■■■■— ■ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE 4 THE MEDDLING STRANGER" Wally Wales Bill Grimes "Brusers and Losers" 10—25 I SATURDAY NIGHT "AMERICAN BEAUTY" Billie Dove—Lloyd Huges Comedy "The Stunt Man" 10—25 MONDAY "THE BEAUTY SHOPPERS"- Mae Busch—Ward Crane Comedy and News Reel 10—25 TUESDAY "THE CRYSTAL CAP." Dorthy Mackail—Jack Mulhall Comedy, "45" From Hollywood" WEDNESDAY —Rin-Tin-Tin— "JAWS OF STEEL" Also Good Comedy— • 10—25 Matinee THURSDAY Night .^SPECIAL ATTRACTION ELEANOR PURSE Latest Song And Dance Hits FEATURED IN Thrilling Drama Armistice Throngs. Continued from page one. Night Program 'Comes the dusk and with it the true Mardi Gras spirit, with thousands of people still on hand to take part. Races old fiddlers' contest, Charles- ton dances and the band eon- cert. The crowd broke into applause when the old time square dance, with its many couples took the center of the roped off street. The musi- cians, Henry Bogan Orchest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'DTT'O RIAL STAFF Editor-in-cheif Associate Editor-in-cheif Social Editor _ Boy's Athletic Editor ... Girl's Athletic Editor Senior Class Junior Class „ Sophomore Class Freshman Class Sob-Freshman Class REPORTORS Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kine Faye Gladden Roger Nixon Ruth Russell Frances Cannon Audrey Faye Rountree ....... Vendelia Vandiver Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan M. H. S. IN THE ARMISTICE PARADE M H. S. played an in>port- ant pt>rt in the Armistice cele- bration. As Hrs been fi\e torn for years, the lower school led the' Mineolans ami the Queen with her subjects led the Yellow Jackets. The Queen's car was decorated in the school colors- Orange and White; while the princesses were dressed in white. It was very beautiful and' M. H. S. feels proud of its representa- tion. The Seniors came next; the class colors were green and white, and it was followed by the Juniors. T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

THE MINEOLA ^MONITOR BIRTH RECORD List of Birth Certificates filect in the County Clerk's j office siiifce last report, from October 10th, to November 10, 1927. Look over the list and if mc M IK ISr tn™ for 1928 Next year, of all years, you will need the best. A President, United States Senator, Governor and other State officials will be elected. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Fort Worth Star-Telegram aniJ JFort Worth 3U rorit * BARGAIN DAYS ARE HERE! Daily With Sunday Daily Only Seven Days a Week Six Day* a Week $745 Rates in Texas Oklahoma and New Mexico $095 Regular Price $10.00 You Save $2.55 Regular Price $8.00 You Save $2.05 The greatest news service ever gathered together by a Southern newspaper—24-hour triple wire As- sociated Press Service, incomparable Market Reports —with editions based on train departures from Fort Worth insuring the LAST news FIRST. Remember, when you subscribe this Fall to select a newspaper that will give entire satisfaction to you and your family. ORDER AT THIS O...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1927

r "v:i THE MINEOLA MONITOR i .! ii This Store Welcomes the Fall Shoppers With a Host of DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE SWEATERS Complete line of Sweaters, Coats, Slip-overs and Jacket style 98c to $8.25 COATS AND DRESSES The right lines, the right fabrics the right colors at prices that are right for everyone. Why not make yourself a practical pur- chase of one of these Coats or Dresses. Sizes and assortments are now complete. I WOOLEN GOODS SISLER carries a large as- sortment of fabrics and colors in Tweeds, Kasha, Flannels and other Fall fab- rics. 27, 36 and 54 inch materials at $1.35 to $4.00 per'yard "It Pays to Pay Cash at Sister's" SISLER 5 Mineola Texas Quality, Style, Value' in every x •v HAT When yois buy a Hat from me, you can rest I assured that you are getting the most for your money that it is possible to give. The Quality 'must be there or they will not find their way into my stock and buying frequently, enables me to keep the very latest in STYLES. 11 o "No trouble to show go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1927

Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. IlINEULA, WOOD 0G1NW, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBERl 1927 NUMBER 38 SPECK TATER CHRISTMAS JOYS Now that* Christmas is al- most here it's time to dress up the old to win. It is my under- standing that on the 10th of December >tjhe streets will be diecoraited with small Christ- mas Tress, 20 in number, plac- ed at the fetreet light posts in the business (Section. On tihe 13th <he Big Tree, 40 feet high will be plaeed atf the in- tersection of the business streets. Other decorative fea- tures with .placed about town. The BIG TREE will have 500 electric lights, colored, and artificial smow, etc., will be showered on it. It ought to look mighty fine. The lights will be turned on aeJi night from the time they are plac- ed there uhtil Jan. 2nd. SANTA CLAUS WRITES LETTER WATCH FOR SANTA Old Santa Glaus has seftt word that he will arrive Christ mas Eve in the business .streets of Mineola. in a nairplane and le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■X' ^ > i; i r - B ■ rf* - | The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at ! Mm set a, Texas under the Act i of Congress. March 3. 1879. i E. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Owan, Asftoc, F. rj i t o r _ Adverasing Mgr. BfG HEARTS MAKE BIG CHRISTMAS Results, that's what a feller j wants when 'ho goes after a' thgng. , It (Si the same with aj town or city. Resluts! is! what count alter all. Just a wee" of opportunity Co the citizer 3 here wiho Were asked to assi t in making pre- parations for the gigantic j Christmas < :ebration begin-! ning Demn!r 15. in Miffieola. So far Min )la is assured of the biggest c. id \talloat. Christ- mas Tree in this section. It measures over forty feet in height and approximately 30 feet in diameter, 'the shape is perfect. Geo. C. Reeves is responsible for finding it. Mrs. Ariie Henry, and Mrs. J. W. Cage assisted in finding it. The Magnolia Gas Company has donated their large ...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR s THE CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME IN SAVING MONEY ! A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE ! Eclipsing any sale that Mineola has ever had, slashing prices below cost, ripping the sides of Old Man High Price, turning him inside out, and giving our custom- ers the benefit of this mightiy saving - - J.L.Mallett Begins His Mighty Pre-Inventory 5 ■ A E Saturday, December 3 mM* V-; • ■' 1 w m mm*** ■ mm nmmmamm pimupr ■—i Positively everything goes! Marked in plain figures, placed on counters where you can see. Nothing re- served. Brand new stock. Choice goods. Must close out now! SHOES-SHOES ' ' ' ' I —Bargain Counter of Shoes - Men—Ladies—Children— All must ' go—Get Ready For Cold Wet Days. —UNDERWEAR— For Men—Women—Children, Fleeced Lined, Wool, Cotton, Light and Heavy. —HOSIERY— Silk Hose For Ladies and Misses —Guaranteed Good Wear— —Lisle and and Chiffon.— Also Assortment for Men and Boys. —H ATS—H ATS—H ATS— For Ladies and Misses Latest Fash- ion for Winter—Many Colors Cheap-...

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

" ""-'"J r i THE MMKOLA MONITOR liiiiiiisiii V DISCRIMINATING GIFTS & For the entire family may be selected at our store. GLO V ES—SOCKS—HOSIERY -HAIN DftEK- CHIEFS—HOUSE SLIPPERS In fact many beautiful gifts may be found here. SHOP EARLY E. D. SCOTT The Christmas Boh Surely you want a new bob, a fresh curl or a facial to prepare you for your Christ- mas time social activities. We are pre- pared to give your work careful attention. THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP LOOK YOUR BEST Have those Winter Suits and Dresjses Cleaned and Pressed rigiit now. Phone 241. GRABY PUCKETT TAILOR SHOP Mineola Texas I THAT CONSTANT DREAD Of worn out tires leaving one far out in the country or giving out at the most inopportune time, can be soothed by putting that new set of tires on today. LET YOUR NEW ONES BE Goodyear MEANS Good Wear i <THE WHY of SUPERSTITIONS By H. IRVINQ Kl^JQ CURE FOR HOOF DISEASE ' H C HOULD any of your "horned cat- tie" become afflicted with a hoof disease watch what part of the ...

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