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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR HOSTESS TO BRIDGE LECTURER TODAY i Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Buchanan have as their guests Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Busby of Dallas. Mrs. Buchanan is entertain- ing this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Busby, who will deliv.er a lecture on the subject, "The Fundamentals of Bridge." Dr. Busby and Dr.J Buch- anan are initiating the bird! season today. -KM* Messrs. Ed. Kefauver and Boyd Cannon of Litchfield, Ky., are here on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Meredith. Mrs. Kefauver has been here for some time as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith. Hitch-hiking its way towards tls nation's corncrib, the European con borer is threatening to destroy crop to the value of billions of dollars am chase skyward the cost of produ< tion. If it worms its way into th- Wabash and Mississippi Valieys, i can readily float downstream, sprea out and become more difficult to co: trol. Proper cooperation of all co: cerned will, no doubt, enable ue i continue to grow corn profitably Agricultural Bulletin...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1927

% ■'* ■•'/ ' :* " THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Student8 of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'D'ITO RIAL STAFF Editor-in-cheif Ruth Carswell Associate Editor-in-chcif .. .... Marguerite Kine Social Editor Faye Gladden iy's Athletic Editor Roger Nixon fl's Athletic Editor Ruth Russell REPORTORS fenior Class .......... —4 Frances Cannon Junior Class Audrey Faye Rountree Sophomore Class ... J Vendelia Vandiver Freshman Class ...T. Edna Mae Kington Sub-Freshman C'la?s - —- - Rosalie Buchanan BASKETBALL SEASON ' OPENED LAST WEEK | Last Wednesday morning a meeting of all boys going out for basketball was called. There were twenty four boys who re- ported to the meeting. We have pletnv of good material I this year and the boys are go- ing after the conference title. We have eight letter men who were on Mineola and Gold- teams last year. They are, FGalusha, Snyder, Capt. Clay- bourne, and Bartlett ler of Commerce. Elmer Fulch- r-r from A and M. BOX SUPPER Doro't to...

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

THE MiNEOLA M9NIT4K *5 •}, m :i * Pre-Holiday Advertising SALE .1 SALE YOU| MIGHT AS WELL HAVE IT If we spent that sum for advertising you would buy $8.02 FREE VALENCIA TOILET REQUISITES AT THE REGULAR PRICE But on December 1, 2 and 3rd. City Drug Store, Mineola, d 1 A AA Offers a Combination d f AO M> A U.UU Package for only ' CONTENTS OF PACKAGE Valencia Rose Skin Cream 50c; Bath Salts $1.00; Coconut Oil Shampoo 50c; Talc Poudre 50c; Brilliantine 75c; Cold Cream $1.00; Toilet Water $1-50; Perfume $2.50; Rouge 75c; Complexion Poudre $1. '!!IIIIinilIlllilllll1I!lll!iniIIIiniin!lll!l!lli!lllltilII!!!!lil!!!!l!l!!lt!li:!ii!!l!l!ll :i!! HS'.llliRUUiiiUa{}llUlili;!IKIiR)lill!iUliillMltMB}BMnSHBI e!«Biai!}fllin!n!in!!il!|]ll!![UI.'RtniU(U Last Saturday evening at 7 o'clock the people met at the school house and organiz- ed a Literary Society wjhich will meQt every other Satur- day night. programs oi' in- terest will be rendered by ,the patrons, an(j by the students of the school. Ever...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1927

A I Laundry service three times , per week. Collins Cleaning Ser j vice. Phone 173. —-*o->— ; Big 10c sale at the Enter- j prise. You know our reputation j for quality and values! W'boro. ; — *0* 25 to 35 per cent saving on j coats from a very unusual I collect Son. The Enterprise i Winnsboro. _*()* iBed Spreads in Pink. Blue, I Gold for just $1.00. The Efcicer- 1 prise, Winnsboro. v(H- Luandry Service Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday send Collins Cleaning Service. Phone 173. Frederic permanant round «ure or marcell with ringlet ends soft natural wave guar- anteed no kink. Home Beauty Skop. —-H>I-— $2.50 Table Clothes with six napkins for only $1.00 makes a lovely gift. The Enterprise Wimisboro. +0*- 100 Acre FarnIn Mineola school district, i; has about 60 acres in cultivation, and two very good houses. Will sell be- low cost. Might trade some, j Jeff Dowell. 2tc 38 j *0*— Send your clothes to Collins Laundry Service every Tuesday Thursday and Satnrtlay. Phone 173. *0* Hats on s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1927

* he Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPI.E AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vci. 52. GUN GOES OFF OUT TRAP- PING SHOOTS FINGER , TOiOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, - ^ 1927, J.M.Harvey, 45, a farmer who lives four miles Ea,st of Mineola, is minus one find- er, the one next to the lit- tle one, as a resuU of the accidental discharge of his gun, last Wednesday, while out running his traps. He's •- none the worse for his ex- perience excepting he now has nine instead of ten • fingers. He is running liis traps as usual. KNOTS ON LOGS Figuratively speaking, the statement 'knots on logs' means inactivity, slothfuliiess, noenti- ty, taking part in nothing for progress, with no particular interest, worthless. It might be lul'.icr make such a statement but it is very true today of those persons who propose to be real citizens yet who never exercise the rights and powers of citizens. Mere standing by and watching the crowd pass, never helping in progressive lovements, drawbacks if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1927

THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School "Staff"Elected For 1927-28. E'D'I'T'O RIAL STAFF Editor-in-cheif Associate Editor-in-cheif Social Editor 1 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 REPORIORS Frances Cannon Audrey Faye Rountree , Vendelia Vandiver Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan YES, WE HAD A BOX SUPPER Those who failed to attend the Box Supper Friday night surely missed worlds of fun. The success of the evening is attributed largely to the enter- tainment contributed ;by Mr. Dever's Band, Mrs. Cannon's Junior Choral Club Girls, and the Dramatic Clubs two one ed the Supper. ace plays. This Club sponsor- John Cowan and Mayor Du- Bose auctioned off the boxes, | ' 1 as they were sold Mamie Herring and Ruth Carswell (De- livered them. The majority of the girls had never attended a Box Supper, but there were many beautifu...

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

I ', 7 Wm TBS AMNB9LA M#NP?©R QUITTING BUSINESS LIQUIDATING Graver's Cash Store THE FIRM OF GRAVER BROS., MINEOLA, TEXAS The entire stock including fixtures, of Graver Cash Store will be sold at liquidating prices NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC In closing out this stock of Cravers' Cash Store at Mineola, Texas, it really gives the people an unusual opportu- nity for a big saving on anything they may need, now or even for the future, for you can well afford to anticipate your needs for a later time, for the sav- ing will be great enough to pay you a good dividend on your investment. A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE This iis an unusual opp >rtunity for the right man or firm to enter into a money making drygoods business that is well established and has had a steady growth for the past four and one-half years. The stock is clean and well selected. The fixtures are the best in Mineola. W© will sell this entire stock and fixtures at a real bargain. If the stock is too large for the purchaser, we will red...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1927

f*E MPE9LA MONITOR n: !:i!mi^nMnsiiiii!n!nmii!iiinnnRnniiinniii!!!ii)t!!nii DISCR1MINA7 GIFT For the entire family may he selected at ^ GLO V ES—SOCKS—HOS1EKY—HAJN DiV CHIEFS—HOUSE SLIPPERS In fact many beautiful gifts may be found he, SHOP EARLY, E. D. SCOTT Select Theatre Program $ MINEOLA TEXAS MONDAY AND TUESDAY John Gilbert in "TWELVE MILES OUT" Comedy —News Reel— 10—25 WEDNESDAY ♦ "ONCE AND FOREVER" Patsy Ruth Miller J Comedy "Hobaken To Hollywood" 10-—25 THURSDAY —Rang er The Dog— 4 BREED OF COURSE" Also Good Comedy 10—25 FRIDAY AN DSATURDAY "SKEDADDLE GOLD" Wally Wales Collegians "The Fighting Finish" 10—25 SATURDAY NIGHT Rin-Tin-Tin "DOG OF THE REGIMENT" Comedy—Lloyd Hamilton "At Ease'4 10—25 Miiv: v*jsiv; fy ': fri+ S - .'/« •' • "-'A I . . ; V- A II h j >-"• >~-A \ gfe .■' T fJ R Chickens and Groceries p&r ■ r "*>, if 1 \J s Of-* 'T* Ki3 i Make preparations now for those special dinners during the Holidays. If you need a big turkey, place your order now. We a...

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

I WI THIS M1NE0LA MONITOR fc MMfc Gift bargains for all at this store. Christmas Gift shoppers' headquarters. Early shoppers will be the best-satisfied ones, for they will get the pick of the / >r 'is v<"- <L A PERFECT pat GIFTS | - ■ -l&IT 1 Ji /."A v // L^'-|W // pi % # JpiSfv THE GIFT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Caie Early to This Store Where You? Christes Dollars Will Bring Wore B.L. CHAPPELL terracing school AT QUITMAN DEC.16-17 Dad Short and M. R. Bentley of The A. & M. Extension Service in Charge. The major project on the j program of every county agent j throughout East Texas evrey ; year for the past ten years has ' and restoration of the soil by : been that of the conservation ; means of crop rotation, the raising- of more and better live i stock, the planting of winter I coter crops and summer legumes, j the use of commercial fertiliz- 1 er, and the terracing of hilly and rolling lands. That the teracing is by far I the most important of these soil improvement a...

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

THE M8N1S6LA M9NIT9R 1I0W FAKE AUCTIONS 6ET YOUR MONEY By W. R. MOREHOUSE Public Relations Commission, American Bankers Association fTMs ( one of a series of articles exposing the idles of sharpers who are your vxoney.) ,'VJEAIILY everyone is ready "to take a fling" at getting some- I*/! thing for nothing or at least for less than it is worth. Be- , cause of this many are duped into paying more than regular mar- ket prices for things they buy. This class of people is especially susceptible to the appeal of anything resembling an auction. Fake auc- tions with the cards stacked against the buyer are very common. They rank high among the fraudulent schemes of the country. The "here today and gone tomorrow" auction faker rents a fine looking house in some high-class section of the city in which he plans to operate. He furnishes this house with the cheapest imitations of high-class fur- nishings, with here and there a fine piece which is to serve for bait. Certain pieces are alleged anti...

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

&HNS0LA IWMirM CITATION BY PUBLICATION OF FINAL ACCOUNT. THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of Wood County Greetings: W. S. Moseley Adminis- ter of the Estate of Mrs. Rebecca A. Moseley having filed in our County Court his Final Account of the condition of the Estate of said Mrs. Rebecca A. Moseley, number 1'593 on the Probate Docket of Wood County together with an application to be discharged from said Liability as Admin istrator of said Estate. YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED, That by publica- tion of this Writ for twenty days in a Newspaper printed in the County of Wood- you give due notice to all persons interested in the Account for Final Settlement of saij Estate, , to lappear and contest the < same if they isee proper so to | do, on or before the January , Term, 1928, of said County Court, commencing and to be ' holden, ait the Court House of said County, in the Tqwn of Quitman on the First Monday in January A. D. 1928, when said Account and Application wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1927

V> S : THE MINEOLA MONITSffc 1 PI ¥ An occasion of the richest savings, emphatically the Greatest Sale of the Year I. _ Below we quote a few of the many incomparable values we offer Lot No. 1 Ladies' Fur Trimmed Coat $4.95 Lot No. 2 Ladies' Fur Trimmed Coat in Light Fur CoUors value $12.75 to $15.00 each - $8.95 > Lo. 3 Ladies Fur Trimmed Coats lar and Fur Cuff value $25.00 ;ach - $17.95 Virginia Mart Dresses going in this sale for $1.59 Children Virginia Hart Dresses age 8 to 14 years $1.50 value ecah 98c / 66x76 Plaid Blankets Stitched Edge the pair $1.98 Ladies' Full Cut Outing Gowns each 79c and $1.19 Men's Heavy Weight Winter Union Suits each 98c Ladies' Silk and Wool Dresses value $10.75 to $14.75 each $9.95 Boy's Winter Weight Union Suits each 75c \ Men's Blue Work Shirts Full Cut and Heavy Weight each 83c - , . . A V ; Men's 220 Weight Overalls None Better the pair SI.49 Child E-Z Style Union Suit each 69c Ladies Silk and Wool Dresses values $17.75 each $11.75 Hats Men...

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

Ss&gsgSBSBS SBfiEaM J „. I SIXTEEN P/IQES The Mineola iWonitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 1927. NUMBER 39. still! Y © ^ i. : , - ' ■ - ' v* , ; ' * ■ * i * v & v . K "■ ■ " : ' " >f - "ViM.n-* V *& > >' I d.x,' V ,,'V • >v%" ' ? I*?<$ ?# i # I i f >• J % ■ 0 1 SPECK TaTER FIRE CRAKERS I came near being shot 1 pieces the other night whe>. I drove into town where tv boys shooting' up the whole place and by the way it wa< more than mere boys violatiir the city ordinance against shooting fire crackers in th city limits. Folks, this sky /rocketing and fire crackerin" were going on in the main streets of town and some of our citizens were assisting in it- Guess all this had best be i shopped.for the first thing you. enow ■ one oF' STes^""'skyrockets [will be setting a building or car afire. It's dangerous anr> the old statement of 'boys will be boys' does...

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

yfc-V if THE XINEOLA MONITOR MERRY CHRISTMAS AT THE POOR FARM ■e j j', . NK. t MRS. BRIGGS sat at the windov looking out at the snow. _ Mrs. SFenn sat at the opposite windmv. *^frs. Fenn," said Mrs. Rriggs, "did .you always have a turkey for Christ- mas?" i Mrs. Fenn sighed. "Yes, we always fcad a big one, an' Pa used to say no- body on earth could roast a turkey better or make better stuffin' than I ■could. We always had a tree, too." "So did we," said Mrs. Briggs, "till .Emmy died, then we got clear out of •the notion. Christmas ain't no fun f without a chick or a child tu fix fur." "The door opened and in came Mrs. "Murphy. "Girls," she said, "there's *the swatest little boy in the hospital. He's an orphan; he broke his leg an' they brung him here last night. An' -when I wuz damn' in there jest now / he sez to me, 'Will Santa Claus come ..to the poor farm tonight?' I sez: 'Sure IMike." "What a pity," sighed Mrs. Fenn. "Shame on y< 'self," cried Mrs. Mur- phy. "We got io make C...

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

TOE MINEOLA MONITOR p ii? c •$>.. A GREAT DISPLAY of Gift Items V anity Sets * Bridge Sets f Military Sets Wrist Watches Christmas Seals Wrapping Paper Stationery Watches Clocks Smoking Sets t Christmas Tag Pipes ■iiiicit: —' ; t I ^\ I <~-\ v ; 5t^: ? /\SrA v . v Whitman's and Pangburn's Candies are best. Our line of cheaper candies is complete, We have Fire Works, Fruits and Nuts of all kinds* At our Lunch Counter you wll find the very best of everything good to eat "It's a Pleasure to Serve You," CALLAWAY'S CONFECTIONERY AND LUNCH STAND. Mineola Texas il A Basket of Christmas Cheer Goes Co the Poor of Mineola t I Christmas Morning with your help.1 Attend the big Charity Minstrel given by business men of Mineola at High Shool Auditorium Dec. 16th at 8 o'clock p. m. Proceeds go to Christmas basket fund. Admission, 50c and 25c. first"Topical Son#" Sung by Frenchman What purports to have been the centennial of American vaudeville was celebrated recently, and although much was s...

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

. \ TEE BQNBOLA MONITOR W. HUNDREDS OF YOUNG SINGERS FOUND IN HUNT FOR TALENT 33®*'" r jSl ' J 4 •-• V ,' '*. &afi| f ■ m:.. IM' ' .>&•• v\' 'A • * <.->•• •'... )!TION ^EDAL MADAM LOUISE HOMER* Mn ;J1§5 i il> lilhi A. AT WATER KENT MRS.EDGAR, STILLMAN KELLEY How to Be a "Star" Salesman By EVELYN GAGE BROWNE Q HIiL yourself and the host tlint is in you i'i'foro you start selling your line; i i: :i put your "jjluiL-' over tl ;: foot- " lig'its * As a "istar" that is hound to shine. lv-u't be like the twins who keop howling The very same kind of a "bawl"—• : one of them yelling so loudly Yuu can't hear the other at oil. f'ut resolve to got out of the chorus And make yours a solo part; ".'•on when you go after an order, Just put in a bit of your heart. M ike your "stunt" different and vital, i'">e not one of the many—but few; '-Ml then the applause (and the or- ders) V/ill just have to come sight to you'l (Copyright.* WHEN 1 WAS il TWENTY-ONE i Proper Honor Paid b...

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

THE MSVE49LA MONITOR * ^ *• r.i i ^ A SUCCESSFUL BANK Is not always the greatest money making institution in the city or community. More often it is the good it can do for the people that makes it Worth While. Our customers have made this a Success- ( ful bank and we are striving at all times to keep it that way. When in need of oar facilities, we want you to call on us. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK - Origin of "Romance"" The romance languages are Italian. Spanish, Portuguese and French, and they are so called because they 8re largely founded on the Latin language of the ancient Romans. In the Mid die ages many stories in verse were written about Charlemagne, Arthui and Amadis of Gaul, >Tiiey were writ fen in the romance languages, and came to'be called romances. Henc* Lhe term romance has come tn denote a fictitious story in prose or verse in which most of the incidents border on ^ the marvelous and impossible. In Wizard Tc.kcs a Chance Trial by tydeal i...

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

* '**%■'X'-i n' w f' ■si*" m — w V. ' 17: ; THE M3NE0LA MONITOR * i * V < ikM J.' "i ■; \ I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DIS- TRICT OF TEXAS. In the matter of W. Kitchens, Bankrupt IN BANKRUPTCY To the creditors of said bank- Wood and District aforesaid, bankrupt.... Notice is hereby given that rapt of Yantis County of on the 1st day of December A. D. 1927 the said W. Kitchens -wlas duly adjudged a bankrupt: and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at Texarkana at 708 Tex- airkana Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. on December 16, 1927 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at Which time the creditors may attend prove ~ their claims, Appoint a trus- tee, examine the bankrupt, anc" transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Texarkana, Texas Dec. 5th 1927. SAM H. SMELSER, 'Referee in Bankruptcy r C. E. Nesbit attended the Stajte Teachers Association in Houston last week-end. Origin of "Brown Study" "Brown study" means a state oi reverie, ab...

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

mm "■ ''-'frnV: :w TH® MJNSGLA MONITOR fe **w if *s Gifts for Her Give h jsiery, silk mufflers or scarfs, gloves, house- slippers and fancy handkerchiefs. Extra heavy aM- sllk scarfs at $4.50; house-slippers at $1.25 and $1.50; fabric gloves, with fancy embroidered caffs, at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25. Handkerchiefs, 5c, 10c and 25c each; by the box of 3, 50c. ARROWHEAD HOSE fully Guraitttd to Be Pure Silk Lot No. 1200, 42 Guage, 24-in. Silk Boot, 4-in. Lisle Welt, full fashioned. In ► the followng colors, Gun Metal, Champaigne, Sun- set, Aloma, Grain; Beige per pair $1.50. Lot 1400,42 guage, Seven stran, Semi-Chiffon; Silk Toe to Top, In the follow- ing colors, Sunset; Aloma Gun Metal; Grain; Pearl Blush; Miauve Taupe; per pair $1.95. Special Holi- day price on three pair $5.70. K-! r Suggestions for Him Our stock is complete on gifts for men - such as fancy and plain silk socks at 50c, 75c and $1 per pair; muf- flers, $1, $1.25, $1.85, $2.50, $3.50;lhou e-slipper , $1.50; shirts, specia...

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

' ;w: SB i •*. :'' ' v" 1 r?Tr^ 15QE MKEOLA SfiONITOB LONE PINE NEWS The hdath of the communi- ty is good at this writing. A very intresfing basketball game was played here Friday between Providence and Lone Pine and Providence. The £v Jiers were 27 and 7 in fa / •: j of Providence.. We hope to ; gain tlie game back sometime.*! * Mr., anji Mrs. O. M.NPowell | of WTnnsboro are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Powell this week. Miss Sybil Scott entertained the young people with a party Saturday night. Everyone ha. a very enjoyable time Remember Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:45. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Good and family moved, into our community last week from Goldqaf. We welcome them to our community. *0* Cold weather is here and so are frozen radiators. In sure against such by alcohol. Watts Motor Company. 2tc 4-1 11 I 1 1 I I 1 I I 1-1 H"H mil I-M' Let's Make It "c4 SWerry Christmas" 9y JAMES EDWARD HUNGERFORD in Southern Ruralist Tl 1 1 I II 1 1 MM 1 1 Mil IU11 !!■ MT FRIEND, wi...

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