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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

kM: w THE MLNEOLA MONITOR s.'i IDEAL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS INTERURBAN COUPON BOOKS 1 S10 VALUE FOR S5 j.*. ' •; The Interurban Coupon Book of $10 worth of dependable {transportation for $5.00 makes an ideal Christmas present. The regular or occassional rider to Dallas finds these Coupons most ..convenient to use. They may be used by anyone and for any number of persons witih him. They give a rate of half the regular fare to adults and half the regular fare for children. They are good until used, without time limit* Buy Interurban Coupon Books from any Texas Interurban Ry., Agent, or mail Coupon below with your check or money ord- er and a $10 Coupon Book for $5.00 will be stent you by kiexft mau. FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL Texas Interurban Ry., * ' 303 Interurban Bldg., Dallas, Texas. Inclose is my check (or money order) for for which please mail me Interurban Coupon Books, good for $10 worth of transportation for $5.00 each. CARD OF THANKS Signed Address M. M. 1 Texas Interurban Rai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

■Th ' ''VR* v\ # E«,i. w.i^k B.PALME.R m IfU w> K5|l ml p m?-: h; P J*. SSffe:, jj*; ®s a WAS Christmas Eve and ' everything in the small town of Robblnsdale was bubbling, over with the true holiday spirit. Bril- liantly lighted Christmas holly wreaths and bells shone through the windows of most every home ia town; while each church joined in with its usual Yuletide cele- bration. A snow storm the day before had clothed the town In white, as if in preparation for the great holiday. The children just knew that It was sent on purpose, so that Santa Claus coulu Come In his loaded sleigh and fill their atockings. But amidst all this joy and* beauty there was one sad family, who lived st the far end of Main street They had just received word that their eld- est son, Ray, had been lost on the field of battle. Father, mother and the four remaining children were seated Within the living room in silence while the happy celebrations were in fall I awing on all sides of them. Each one iwa* ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

r^- -V 'ft * , ;t V.;*, "■ V :<■ I . fill? -i' -fT - ' ' * * v s • ." / x . v. 2-«. , . ' -~J ' fWS - thb mmouk Mwrnm iw^ygii CHOCOLATES for American Queens The Choicest Qift for CHRlSTttlAS fTTHE pleasurable sense of having given VJ-' the choicest gift in the candy realm ever attends the presentation of a box of King's. Luscious fruits: nuts, freshly crisp; creams, delicately sweet and varia- bly flavored are found exquisitely blended with richly good, velvety-smooth choco- late coatings. The gift inseparably asso- ciated with Christmas. SQllARIN' UP 1WITH SANTA Bzj FRED KELLER D1X T")EAR SANTA CLAUS: Since Christmaa isn't oenj far amaq. And dadd'a%aid he's aoin" to write, a-tellro* tjou to stag from our house Christmas Eve'—'cause I'pe been bad all qear, I'm TOtitin* "fore my daddn does to sorto* make things clear, ' Qon. k.noa?, last summer, Santa dear, Tom Scott fceqaalo tease 1 l Mi] collie dog and said tie's jest et up mitn peskq fleas. 1 I soaked him in the ear,' cause ae ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

"""> '■ " r ■„ / l' "V-vC.^ •Vs '' >V! •• s^gp 1 THE MINEOLA MONITOR •-H ■Bl BETTER FROM SANTA CLAUS TO MINEOLA CHILDREN FOLLOWS Dear Old Santa Claus has ^written a letter to those child- Ten who have written him thro tgh the Monitor and has aske<l this paper to publish it together with the names of those who wrote him. It fol- lows : 1 was exceedingly glad Jo re- vive so many fine letters from yon and would have answer- ed each letter had I had the time to have done so. But <>win?j to the rush of the holi- days when I am very busy get- ting ready, to. visit w on Christmas Eve. I will have to let this be a latter for all of you. This is to !?t youknow that I have arran ?d to have the finest toys f ■* you this year that I have r- ~>r made. I will be there Ctv'^tmas F.ve and ^will try to f;!l your stocking full to running over. I'm do- if 'o32 lusty T real fb-mti you have been gool children during the year and am in hopes that you continue to do so ir the year to eom...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

•if* ■ - '^#§11 : A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOE THE PEOPLE" Vcl. 52. IIINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1927. NUMBER ~ vr- * yasaaggjjj f ■ * - * - ^ / ;? ^^5 ^ i &4fc '"if *.4, > s MKMp 8p 1$ yg§y|||| M|||W|| ^§j t.. "s ;v '■ - v i ..' ' ' •£• •'- ■• - — : * •• 1 ^ ^ ^ X- * v:; ' '* w'V x-' ' " '; ■ : x ^ ■'-.X;-' - - ' " *' ^ £$£ " \ ■M JHLv * 't ? ^ : ■ >■ m SM^" «^J5va^ iiHiwt. - I „... H...«IP 1 - ; - - : ■• .■ ■■ 1 ilMiiiif 111 -mM0M MR v , ' jl^l^NSioN ^ \.te J I M **«—. - sEjgR&s .4 idMi * ;• ^SHHHHHHI i ■ix'vs -1' w sS'sS ,, "4k\ iSs ttMBMIMHI ;; ^ Migpf < • ^ x WW •' BKl k&; &sf< I#?* <> • ! 1_ h ;i;• # ^ i** 8SP \ :$J- t<««f s BSBllpl&i •V fw RRt f /& '' wjk i '<wj , §fi? ,« $ sfv * 4 , <r*/ J * B *%>, 8 < ixx "*i' «">.> a- ^- , ^ ' '"'4 ' 'i1- ^ ; V ,> jfc' J;-v\S y, ' < s ^ *"$* ' r''f: mi IS'T ■ ' '■•;:? , ' * 5'iy ..... - - .■',■■■ -'■ ; ii-irVS :'•:;.' ::■: ; w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

WfKff " >■ >1; M f. > * um .% -\--n 'M!; 4 'mm-:v *r.• .X $f -. ' " ' : :;;v #; VV- t: * oral mx M% .,,'v: ~' ;• ^ ■ 'v,., XDKIW urrKrrtjrtf unv • ^llaPfF 3*#** •• " i * I'll E® THB MZNEOLA MONITOR ' J"-^L '. ... ■ m I Wft NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL REALTY THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of Wood County, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to cause the follow- ing notice to be published in a newspaper of general circu- lation which has been contin- uously ana regularly publish- ed for a period of not less than one year preceeding the date • of the notice in the County of Wood State of Texas, and you £hall cause said notice to be printed at least once each week for the period of twenty days exclusive of the first day of publication- before the re- turn day thereof: NOTICE. OF APPLICATION_ ..FOR ORDER OF SALE.. ESTATES THE STATE OF TEXAS, .... To all persons interested m the estate of J. G. Chappell, Deceased, H. W. Meredith, Ex- ecutor—Administrator h...

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

i it S5t • 1 i- .. ?SfeJr/£r r ffiggHH THE MINEOLA MONITOR k?:¥S gq m ' -4: msk ■pt. gPf 'V' " HafraiM fill r |;|1fl|| fcWJ^ fo^^l Bring Us Your'Furs " -31 Get the Cash! The Standard has opened a house in your section with plenty of ready cash to pay for your furs. You do not have to wait for your money. Bring us your fur and get the cash. Do not wait. The Standard has made a market for Texas M*s and built up one of the largest fur businesses in America. Before the Standard came to Texas, trappers and fur buyers had to ship their furs. Now we have a house in your section that will pay you cash right at home. Bring us your Furs. i J. M. CYPERT Crow, Texas m m Christmas Cheer Goes to the Poor of Mineola V Christmas Morning with your help. Attend the big Charity Minstrel given by business men of Mineola at High School Auditorium Dec. 16th at 8 o'clock p.m. Proceeds go to Christmas basket fund. Admission, 50c and 25c. .rV, \ / l ' . 'r; H' uvf || Pimm Representing Standard Hide & Fa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

> 'SET* r •« / • ' ' 4V - ' '•<' , , i... .... • ? / ' •• ' IfpTT f 4 . * ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR W\ ANNOUNCING For this Christmas Time the opening of a New Gasoline Station and inviting your liberal patronage. We have taken charge of the Rountree Gas Station and are ready to serve you. Jonas English iHlHWIttlllKHIKIffllUlllUHItfttlWttWtWflffyHIHIlUHWtiMH ENJOY CHRISTMAS By improving your personal appearance and having j | your friends appreciating yuor good looks. There's <> no better way than to have us assist you in this \ \ matter. ' tiff SANITARY BARBER SHOP Chickens and Groceries for CHRISTMAS Make preparations now for those special dinners during the Holidays. If you need a big turkey, place your order now. We also are ready to supply your 4 needs in Groceries. —PHONE 72— J. C. RUSSELL: Mineola Texas f «l!lllliilllH!i : I CHRISTMAS S ; C --- m 4MM la ,r ^ ;:^jr / K vv\i \W rX^ t- "■ t: Vs 3 I The selection of a suitable gift for family or friend may well be limited ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

™ , -■ ^ ^ — * ; ^ v * " .4. > '•.,' ./'' tv ■ TEE M1NE9LA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET &V Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected" For 192£28. ^ E'D'I'T'O RIAL STAFF Editor-in-cheif .1 Ruth Carswell Associate Editor-in-cheif -V Marguerite Kine Social Editor — Faye Gladden Boy's Athletic Editor _L Roger Nixon Girl's Athletic Editor Ruth Russell t REPORTORS Senior Class - Frances Cannon Junior Class — Audrey Faye Rcuntree Sophomore Class Vendelia Vandiver Freshman Class Edna Mae Kington Sub-Freshman Class Rosalie Buchanan HONOR ROLL MINEOLA PUBLIC SHCOOL Second Six Weeks ' First Grade Bcwdoin, Pasty. Brooke, Faye Brooke, Raye. ' Brooks. Sonny. , \ Bruner j Ralph, Craver, Lon Nell Creagle, Estaleen, Eddleman, Richard, -■ English, B. L. English, Francine. Epps, Clyde, - Fisher, Eugenia, s Godwin, Floy. Graham, Irene. : Hortman, Willie. Lott, David Hix ' Mallory, Claud. Pegues, Robert Ray, Alfred. Vandiver, Nelson. Second Grade Blankenship, Henry, Corbert, Billie Jean. Kingsto...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

m &*.? , ■ ? ■i* :;;n « ! m ' ...; '.fl/Tv , "* '.V.- \ V;, .. ■. '-/v:1-: >. ; <; : •- v. ;£. .. fv'*' ft- . p • I I P ' ' ' i SVK-^' . . . ., : />; _ . ' ,\y - ■ " ' •*; • fXvr'V THE MINEOLA MONITOR It..- . Zfrt&jS, mm i in i V l!f; ft ;-a We Await Your Order | for | Christmas Groceries | When you call 146, you will find us waiting to fill your g order fcr Christmas Groceries. And what a liberal as- g sortment of good edibles we have provided for your g selection. § —PHONE 146 AND TRY US— | W. D. WILLIAMS& ;C8. ( —SINCE 19 0 6— i mm Enjoy Christmas Holidays by Having a smooth running Car. We can make your old car run / like new-by letting our expert mechanics work it over-After that we will grease and wash your car -and then— YOU' RE SATISFIED. \iry. V K E. LOTT & SON'S GARAGE MINEOLA TEXAS % —— LOOK YOUR BEST- . - } r . , .. ;v Christmas Have those Winter Suits and Dresses Cleaned and 1 Pressed right now. Phone 241. GRADY PUCKETT TAILOR SHOP neola Texas $...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

V, vt ¥$:M-;-, THE MINEOLA MONITOR iiitlHIflHIliMUniilRllBHIlS There's A Joy In Christmas When You Have j. I'mao ; Laid aside a comfortable bank account. It takes | t time to do this, therefore begin now to stack away | a few dollars each week in the bank and become in- | dependent. Pick a strong bank in which to place | your funds. You'll find such at— I 4$ THE FIRST NATIONAL e Oldest National Bank In Wood County* MINEOLA TEXAS 1 Furs Furs Furs ^BEGINNING NOV- 19—HIGHEST MARKET >RICES WILL BE PAID FOR YOUR RAW FURS. QUITMAN FIRST MONDAY'S. MINEOLA AT SPEIGHT'S GROCERY EVERY lg SATURDAY. P. MITCHAM C ME B 4 U SELL sfes- 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- tor 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 1593 on the Probate Docket of Wood County together...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1927

TH3 5HKE0LA MONITOR esse 0)ristma§ ®f from 4>} lft artlja-Ban ni n^Cl)«rt a? =\ftOU cannot .go^with lis!" the shepherds said, jJ^Ycu ai\: the yoiuigest. . vtlierefore yo(i must sj'av Serejert the hill and walch the flocks instead.'' And thus they left hiis^there and went their w. J j Se shivered in the cold ^id stamped his' feet, Wrapping his shabby cloak x>f skins around .as body . . . and lie thought: —"They're in the stre'ef / / Of Be thick-in and maybe they/have found ^ V They siid a KIMGlVx. Iial they arc boking Veil, let them go and ?va5te4|ieif brecious tir —- " — "i- */ ; rreep must be But soon Happened arc'. Shakin iv -n _—- V.AV ' irangest th>ng J / i him. Bells/began to ch^e,/^;-'^..Ni'f "•olden music on the airv ■■ - jJllclrwiiJi; •OiUCii iiictoio Uil Uic tlilyw/— - . . J ir— A' radiance sp, ad across the wintry hili.j(j^[> And vok bitcis . . . and eVer*hvKere tfes 1, music. So the lonely lad stood stfU,{£,(. ';y* CI !• ! " '4 1? 1 5<f '/■ \ ^ ^'1 bnadmg n...

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

r - ■■■■■ j tWCL¥C P4QE5 p n- • < . ' • c j j; "JHr A NEWSPAPER, "Of THE PEOPLE, BY TlttS PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1927. DUMBER 40 * MINSTREL SCORES TRIUMPH FRIDAY NITE Conducting themselves like veterans of the cork and grease, the personnel of the black face ministrel which appearel at the High School auditorium, Friday- night December 16th, were a scream from start to finish and entertained a large number of who had gathered there. The jokes were responded t° by the audiance by constant cheers. The songs were well selected with good taste. They were rendered with aptitude. The sum of $97.50 was real- ized from the proceeds and this amount will be spent to secure food for the Christmas baskets which will be distribut- ed to the poor of Mineola Christmas morning. B. A. Brooks, local manager of the Southwestern Gas and Electric Company directed the minstrel. He has had quite a deal of experience with minst rels both ...

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

if -• ""i v , rr^ i-K? THE MINEOLA MONITOR Mineola Monitor iftftSshed every Thursday at Texas, Hsiered at tohe postoffice at Msswta. Tesas under hke Aet •sBfCftcgress. Mareh 3, 18fi. R. H. Carraway, Edit«* and Owner J- B. Owan, Editor-Adverfeising Mgr. SOME THINGS BOYS OF 16 SHOULD KNOW CHRISTMAS GIVIN' By AUNT AGGIE Oklahoma A. - id M. College ?:. BDBETIMES I w-rderabout Christmas, w w&feJks observ.: now— an' take o' presents, like swappin', y, somehow — it help dcebtth', a little, though fcr me to 3 i /, birth ic remembers approves :*Fsfc* aaodern way. it's nice attf pretty, all holly an' 'A idles tied in ribbons an' grcef ngs ' Mfe,7 P EN ' sets me a-thinkin", in a sort o * • - fcifrrfnl fear, .•VNlKsber exchangin' presents is more'n a joEbst cheer. %K-vi'n't no thought o* barter, or gifc ♦ uMBisoings to them, ~ arise was sent to us, back there in ; still's in follerin' the example a above: o' thai first Christmas was pure r*op!e love. • Writer Takes Up Cudgels for Underprivi...

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

j > -V* ■ * .:. j . s ■*«'■ ' , T3BE M-jffB LA"- ■oed from page one. There were only twenty membership In ftfhis orgaili^^'T^eij^ctflege wor^^lF'EaiStem to th^;?irljo graduate Texas .^school «!bdtmitfced to mem- tion which is" 26 percent. j Western and Southern colleges Another evidence that Mine- or universities. >• 1 \ MineolaijiHigh School; It bership -ftiis -ye'ar. There are means that "^e students may 575 classified sfchjools and ac- ola High School is doing ex- enter colleges-and universities credited schools in Texas to- cellent scholastic work is the «if tihe highest type without day while there are only 147 fact that there are at present ^feeing foneed to 'take special schools from this state that 67 boys and girls graduated examinations. have met the requirements for from tihis school now pursuing ' December 21 Is the Longest \ Night of 1927 The long nights, the twinkling lights of Yuletkle Trees, the , gay parties and glad visits of Christ- mas and New Year's, Make ...

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

THE MINE©LA MONITOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION tfO SELL REALTY TffE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of Wood County, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to" cause the follow- ing notice to be published in a newspaper of general circu- lation which has been contin- uously and regularly publish- ed for a period of not less than one year preceeding the date of the notice in the County of Wood State of Texas, and you shall cause said notice to be printed at least once each week for the period of twenty days exclusive of the first day of publication before the re- turn day thereof: NOTICE. OF APPLICATION- ..FOR ORDER OF SALE.. ESTATES THE STATE OF TEXAS, .... To all persons interested in the estate of J. G. Chappellf Deceased, H. W. Meredith, EX' eeutor—Administrator has fil' ed in the County Court of Wood County, an application for an order to sell the follow- ing property of said estate situated in Wood County, Tex- as, to-wit: ' Six and 89-100 acres of \ I J I , XMAS NEW Y...

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

r / -v / 1 • --- i ! 1^5*3.. OB MXNEOLA MONITOR —>—J—[_iyj .. i,. i i ,v ' t C " - - ; >5> u I ■ £*: 5 . - p" cent JVew Year Be Happy, iwas Ot* Lr fc Q2lp' aM gfyour ^ MINEOLA HUDSON-ESSEX CG. E. W. JENNINGS SHOE SHOP e^Yeetr: WATTS MOTOR COMPANY 3 F. E. ADAMS W. C. DuBOSE [ ' o UJe Qreei I]ou UJiih Christmas jOE J. SMITH, Local Rep. of Latex Gas Co, Rapes Grocery H. E. Berry Store Addy-Russell Motor Co. J j A & P Store Mineola Machine Shop ' H. C. Douglass A. J. Page, Mgr, Sheriff of Wood Counlgr IPS 0\JL MALLORY BROS. yf Compliments ,fyffie8easoiy " a y^oj^efOM/ cx\e"^) if / J. D. DOWELL Qur Sincere Wishes ^/Srtour \Happ G?^ * «ia~ Ksdi^- NUSS-BAKERY * I <0 Our Friends and;/' * SwiatS E *iii I 1 ._ THE MINEOLA MONITOR m*zt Greetings °f"* Season " A. W. FULCHER & CO, Chevrolet Sales-and Service ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING CO. xfllfij ?££fe NOTICE IN PROBATE THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of Wood County Greetings: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to cau...

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

t . THE IflNEOLA MONEI$R Wishing Everyone A Merry Christmas i* * V ' v J Tm IV-'' 1 And inviting them to make this store their Shopping Headquarters this Happy Yuletide. | Gifts with unusual discrimination have been j selected for your purchases. Gifts for Father, j Mother, Sister, Brother, Wife and Husband | are here in full amounts. Come in and select | them. | ■ - - «^CT d«ni _rfr%L mm MM ^ E D.¥SCOTT I jsjsr. *V^_ "&<' ftlTH, HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY BEfe*-'' '• • i' .K' & \ Thes^ are but a few of the more important wishes I have for my Customers and Friends. Felt all thru the year., but especially express ed to you at this glad Holiday Season. In Business For Your Pleasure. MRS. H. 0. ROGERS EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY rasa! * i ► YOUR CHRIST JUST ARRIVED A Fine Assortment of ART SQUARES feFin« Presents lor CHRISTMAS and T "•£, 't* NEW YEAR L 0. KITCHENS llt\ Nothing "tntDiBt 'Myrtle Kooti ^herryman v ' -7\ God rest ye, morry gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay! 'HE words sounded...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 December 1927

w: & $■** •V, fiflONRW ^T- SLEY REITCO ENTIST Qxidc Gas Equipment over Font's Jewelry t BOROZONE is NOT a liniment It Is the new antiseptic every one should .have ready for use when uefdod for cuts, wounds, burns, etc. It purifies and heals. Liquid ucj ruwdoc. Sold by CITY DRUG STORE — ■ 1 1 i 1 1 Nu Grape is a good h^tta drink, «rivc the chilih'en al tlte Xu Grape they will drink. t Wt I The Cream' of the Tobacco' Crop Christmas in Bohemia The children In Bohemia are taught to listen on Christmas Eve for a eliariot, drawn by two beautiful white horses, bearing the Christ child and the gifts He will distribute among them. —Farm and ttnneh. Christmas in Italy The children of Italy are taken to the churches and cathedrals whore they receive their gifts from the Bam- bino, which means the infant Christ. —Farm and Ranch. "Wassail" "Wassail"—"your health"—was the Anglo-Saxon drinking pledge, taken with the wassail bowl, containing a concoction called "tomb's wool," made of ale, apple...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 December 1927

MME©LA Mm J&feanced Spring apparel ie. Enterprise, WLnnsb«ro. -*CH- at Eastern Reeves f Terrell was Hmeote Tuesday iOST: Sdhaefter's Life Time fiewrX Please return to Lean .Am Mirteola. J -im-.-LlllUl^V-.-Li-s1 .. , T- Mrs. James B. Birdwell of Bonharn is the guest of her mother Mrs. Sims .*0* Big Final clean-up sale at The Enterprise^ Winnsboro. All Christmas merchandise, a-i prices that wiil surprise you .T&eEnterprise, Wmnsbgro. Select Theatre Program SINEOLA , TEXAS | Comedy MONDAY ONE DAY ONLY v "THE TENDER HOUR" Billie Dove and Ben Lyons — News Reel Don't Miss this One. 10—25 TUESDAY ONE DAY ONLY "NIGHT LIFE" Alice Day and Johnny Hanon Comedy "Many Scrappy Returns" 10—25 WEDNESDAY ONE DAY ONLY Marian Davies 1 "THE FAIR CO-ED" This was advertised before but not shown. Don't miss it. Also Good Comedy 10—25 THRUSDAY ONE DAY ONLY "IN A MOMENT OF TEMPLATION" An All Star Cast. Bill Grimes "Assorted Nuts" 10—25 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE Fred Thompson "DON MIKE" " Collegians...

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