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

"v ; The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" >2. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER) 1027. NUMBER 41 >LS HAVE Itered tournament f-e than 1,000 schools in ritered te?ms in the 8th Ifcaskfetball tournament of fiolastic League, aceord- ?edichek: cheif of the Ift- League Bureau of the |of Texas. The closing jistration of schools in the etition was December 15; Jbiools tnay regiser up until aaiiuwr— 15 upon the payment of a penalty of one dollar in addition to the regular fee, Mr. Bedichek said. The final tournament date has been set for March 9 and 10 and is to be played in Austin. In county competi- tions, this date for the tournament, Which is a week later than that of pre- vious tournaments, makes possible a round robin schedule on a home and home basis, aceodring to Mr. Bedi-: chek. Distrist championships must be ; decided by the tournament method j by not later than February 25. After! the district championships are decid...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 December 1927

I Ike Mineola Monitor WWished every Thursday at ,Mam>la, Texas, JEftored at the pontofficp at msssn- Te>ww under tlaa Act «f Ompresa. Marrlt 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor nn4 Ovrier J. B. Owatt, { Eilitor_Aflivertiai*g Mgr. BUT ONE SHIP LEFT IN WHALING PORT WXKrCCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS JOnouncoments in this column are Mrik whject to the Democratic pri- mmy Action. Sates: District offices, $15; Coun- Sfegr «fffces, $10; precinct offices $5. MM vocouncement Tees must be paid m ®efa*nce. Wmr Courrty Treasurer: W..H. THOMPSON. mania may u« i*3," tik most of are cWd, and of reef lilting a kt.la nler ; ■ ■' ' • V" d>> business man of the small Mtm firm today wonders oftimes H is that he fails to make quick ment and progress while his ^ itor gains prestige—Why so targe concerns all over the .ftave prospered and grown from ■y small concerns—When he him- flf remains boss over a little busi- ng' and probably will until his last ijr ca earth. Tkr Stre onlookers the reasons are ■■r and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 December 1927

ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS held at MEETING !t*"k « „«* 10th day of Jan- Notice is hereby given, that ?ary'4u928i' at. 7 °'cI°ck P. M annual meeting. the election of Directors stockholders of Mineola B&nk of such i ^ uu ^ess as may Dinner. J* come before the m< Respectfully, H. W. Meredith, Cashiei *C Laundry service three ti: per week. Collins Cleaning vice. Phone 173. *0* Cold weather ig here so are frozen radiators. STL ag?iTlst such by al Watts Motor Company 2Jc ' *0* Phone your new,s to us, our number is 25. CLOWE: PIT AND WEAK DR. ANSLEY REKFG2J DENTIST Nitreus Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry one niMEOLfl, ADAMS &E/ILER " " - TEX/15 borozone l N®T a llnhneni f ODC rhen yetc. ► ft I | V-: * A 'J "A ■ 1 • OUR STOCK OF SEASONABLE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Pt,Cet °n H0liday G°°d8 and Ju>t Other Bargain. ■"Best Concord Haines .. ' Mowing Machine Oik/"/!"!'"""" ""— 1% 'Bliteka r —f $6.00 m>i>i 2.95 7 2% Cr« ls 1.7) ones ^ 2 IMS m HOME OF/ SDERFUL CATTlE l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 December 1927

HUB Races in Malta ' Srms Tong Tiirre is trill in this \vo< ro'-.K- who spcvk the «; tl,i jivns s:nd Hi* apesl their ordinary everyday i >copl.\ says the Ch M • ? i or. Tills figpoken lan^n; . ' ' "V,(. still may aid dialec j.'otn Aramaic. To find today in the. pare .Tactically identical to the tcflloq'. unco that .lesus use<f we\mnfst the island of Malta. i there the traveler . hear It in VaHejL*i. Th.e people ave lOria fiad .talians and the Kng j lish a:.;l their language; has. changed i ". ordin.qly. inland to those eomp«"t — to Zeitnn,'to Musta dome, the third -th-.TO hoar5? -r^U, |r V >:"VV >a's I '•Vt s . , 1.^ the seaport enormovi wii a W*F ZffiL v i &$•> nun) f i - K&J ^Sfil "-::KiXvv: T. - J* t'3&5v(.* S*i : 11 , WJast-■<;• gv GRADY PIICKETT TAILOR SHOP inwl 1; have r ii 'T: t not e:< and Mrs. H. B. Speights of j Mrs. O. P. Gilbreath of Abilene vis- Cisco visited Mrs. M. H. Williamham j ited friends here daring Chri^mas. Noble Wiliingham ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 December 1927

THE MINEOLAj ELECT THEATRE PROGRAM Our¥ fcr. •_Wl^tuT rTFT. KR85ST r^THT —'n v I ■ ■■■in ■!■■■, * M"Xijr« UWl Jifc.'JtnrillllJMij. .£*••7FT"iX3BS5 HONDA Y JAN. 2 — TUESDA Y JAN.,? Laura Plante *the cat and canary* \Comedy — News Reel 1vednesdayjaJv. 4 'SAILOR IZZY MURPHY" George Jesse! medn "Glorioles 4ih" plRVSDA y JAN. 9 bweCi.—Fl' dYYCR Baxtet 4, „ ^ RINGED" A Iso G&m Comedy f frida Y oec730 —ma t. 31 * , tom Mix TUMBLING RIVER> f Bill Grimes "Assorted Nuts 1 • SATURDAY MGHT ONLY "NO PLACE TO GO" Lloyd Huges and Mar'! Asinr Comedy " Giddy Gobblers' mTdNIGHT MATOTEE Saturday night Tern Thirty % ■ "the wizard" MYSTERY DRAMA OF A BEAUTY AND • A BEAST. 10—25 10—25 <a «i SumUWHL A 1 ' < ~ t -m; i, T Story ha \\ ,/fA; ^ v-~ Mis' visited' -VO* f-1 and EveiyrS of Ai week, jseley fc^~ f. * " 7i jf tf. E;JUVD3 IN #T AM a Trumpeter Swan, and I be- * long m the bird familv thfintr'i I *aik on my lohg legs. Flying i&t for Dn\ * '■Kit course, as you can tell by ray j e> * c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 December 1927

- 1 T*:- * t < NO^JE OF APMPSTION O SELL REALTY E 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 anj 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 m the estate of J. G. Chappell, Deceased* H. W. Meredith, Ex- ecutor—Administrator has fil- ed in the County Court of Wood County, an application for an order to sell the follow- ing properly of said estate situated in Wood County, Tex- as, to-wit: Six and 89-10© acres . of land more or less out of the Swanso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

•* im& fa* & OK THE PEOKE" IMHM £ NT lJAL0ON^E AKER TO APPEAR SUNDAY At a tynion service at the «*ii^st F^nist Church here i Sunday, Rev. A. A. Kidd a I Methodist minister will deliver \ an address representing t!he saloon league. Rev. Kidd aomd&to fill the speaking en- gagement originally intended for Rev. AtticUs Webb. — 4*04* — E*CH PRESENTED REV. W. R PHILLIPS COTTOI A New Year's gift was pre-, ited to Rev. W. R. Phillips' tor of the Forest Hill Bap- Church by members of his Sureh and by his many friends over the county. Rev lillips was showing a beai^i- Irt IS jewelled gold watcl? to fends in Mineola Moi^ay., said tell his friends ttet he ireciiatsed the gift f very ch. t BECOME BENEDI There werj cotton count! bales, ginnedj from the cri December pared wit to Decei cording f All CIT1 redding of Car'tvs Pra- Miss Bama Me Bow- occurred; at the ige in Mineola J7. 1927. Rett R. G. in fllrformed th® cere- COMPANY CHANGES FANDS Announcement else- rbere the ls£lfprotHe own...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

ier:-... Reveal the f^Lssage of Time tOgists ci^jaLtow the tracks of and by geological a^w—st) anient by millions of years tiltej- |to count. from Stockholm there are trkable beds of clay, regu- iged Id alternating bands id clay. These tarn out to deposited"byy the melt tlw jc-e Trjjfe, each one •^spring and summer Jh was hottest. And as freeze-up each winter and ?ach summer, the layers be S^iost as accurate an index to [tiquity of t^ Ice -age as the an are i© the age gystem\of mens In<? toed or out, Jlamr Sous pri nat frns with ifter ' it I. ipressod i res j>*th rodgh r.n fa that of ;;ny gasii Confucius Great man whose memory has for years aroused signal respect :and in China was a sage, not ;::a no? a founder of-, a religfbps Confucions took the best of Various Chinese philosophers of ly and formed a cult of his own, las a ftfi;;is five cardinal virtues— ;3, knowledge, sincerity, 'and discrimination of good, rn of the Chinese Solomon fed the people that temples 111 In his ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

m : mfmL^ I II Wm%> I ^ ' f 1 J-J31 ' rent: 2 furnished rooms for light seeping or room and board for gentlemen, close in. 332 South son. se tails! Save those tails! B^AND WOW CLOTHES irit wsah customers please „ next week for its and avoid: the e Beauty Shop. *0* aKWSIC MEETING : . .Notice is hereby given, that the annual meeting, of. the stockholders of Mineola State Bank of Mineola, Texas, will be held at the office of said bank on the 10th day of Jan- uary, 1928, at 7 o'clock P. M.> for the election of Directors and the transaction of such other business as may proper- ly come before the meeting. Respectfully, * H. W. Meredith, Cashier. Kill thse Rats! STUDIES PI OF WORKING Organizations Debate Ques- tion of Relief. DR. ANSLEY REFTCH DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry F. E, ADAMS DEALER, fllNEOLfl, - - " TEXAS HERBINE For Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Torpid Liver, Indigestion and Constipation PrkatiOcporbota* Sold by CITY DRUG STORE money. -VVftASSr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

mOim Gh&f 2 Ship Said to > > Ream the North Sea 'J'h^ Not-iii son mis 3 ly'^S Dutch man'of owr.-si «>ft of ghost ship Whoso appear.:rice is superstitious!* regarded by s«iiii>'*s as an omen of ill tortuuc, if not of death, to the be bohler. ft was first reported b.v a Britisli war convoy that loft a Nor wegian port in -November, 11)17. hie" tenant Comn.ander Fox of the Marv Kose com;ted twelve ships as they passed out of sight of land. Later an enemy raider attacked the convoy. When Commander Fox counted the ^j\Jingola. convoy again there were thirteen. Other officers on the Mary Uose con firmed the number. No one had seen -the thirteenth ship join the convoy. One moment there was blue sea spark _ behind the twelfth ship; the nex; fce stranger was speeding along with rest—a somewhat rusty craft rhose name had been so obliterated long scrvice at sea that it could I not be made out. When the raider's attack began the Stranger was still with the convoy. kWhen the enemy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

wvm-• >v„~ ~;h . " . fh%y. ' ,;.:i;?r g ' ' • ■"' '^7. - ~ - WK4 j-LiL' I L'J , g;.g - . ■ V — v; ♦*<. wr -v. ' h - HI s^-vi r ' ,,• ■ v -— ?Si&/m-!tit$t*... j* ■ * J On America's Own European Light Car E WHIPPET J *Z ".•/;' Effective January 6th, 1928 flouring Car f 2-Door Sedan jr 4-Door Sedan Coupe Cabriolet Coupe oadster, with rumble seat dster, without rumble seat NEW P $455.! 535.00 585.00 535.00 545.00 525.00 485 00 OLD PRICE $625.00 625.00 725.00 00 REDUCTION $170.00 90.00 140.00 90.00 200.00 170.00 Prices F. O. B. factory. Immediate deliveries can be m T;1- u<. o. MINEOLA, TEXAS wp 2K the yellow jacket Bu Students of Mineola ftigh School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'DTTO RIAL ~ ~ jkitor-in-cheif sociate Editor-in-cheif — cial Editor — oy's Athletic Editor lirl's Athletic Editor 3TAFF 2ii: — refortors enior Class aior Class tiomore Class liman Class ceshman Class .... Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kine . Faye Gladden Roger Nixon . F.uth Russell Frances Cannon .> A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

LA HMIfMt mmM Virginia has big, forest acreage Old Dominion Still Ranks 21st Among States. f J' ) Richmond, Va.—Virginia's forest area comprises 12,000.000 acres, ac- cording to a statistical survey com- piled by Dr. Wilson Gee and J. J. Corson of the University of Virginia. Twenty states have a greater acreage In forest. Of those Oregon is first '.with 23,275,000 acres of her land area [known as forest land. Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia ana I Minnesota have more than 20,000.000 'acres covered with timber. In 3925 Virginia held sixteenth place in tbe amount of lumber cot, with a total of 709,180 feet, board measure. Washington cut the most. 7,027,325 feet, while Oregon was sec- ond with 4,216,383. Eleven other states cut more than 1,000,000 feet of lumber that year. They were Louisi- ana, Mississippi, Alabama, California. Nevada, Arkansas, Texas, Georgia, Idaho, Wisconsin and North Carolina. Rhode Island cut the smallest amount of lumber, only 3,686 feet. Utah, Kansas, Delaware and Ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

■ i S i , in THE KIN SOLA MONITOR j9HK- 9- —w THIS SPACE i Ji- ll NEXT WEEK WHAT WILL IT ? . V W feai Iff NOTICE Notice is hereby given that ma. January 2nd, 1928, Mineola drain Company of Mineola, Texas, wtas sold by J. F. Steed teS. F. Nelson and Jon. Rus- aeBi- that all accounts due said oompany and contracted before above mentionfel date are the property of J. P. Steed; that ail obligations made before that date, will be paid by J. FY Steed; that S. F. Nelson and jfon. Russell are liable for all obligations made after Jany. ScKt, and all accounts made to said company after that diate belong to S. F. Nelson and Jon. jRasself operating as Mineola Grain- Company. Dated January 2nd, 1928. J. F. Steed, S. F. Nelson. Jon. Russell. *0* P&one your nev/s to us, our ali&ber is 25. fab The exas State Fair jE!2V -*s_2 fr Bccau £te ma: I5T!>nt vvi #iJ v'h? 'a'ill rem When feiiQW eoanau'jj uisir froa {lie 'SHtGrGCl. nograph in the world n front of the Plaza of Texas, which " cation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1928

BE: I TOMB OF EMPRESS MADE AGRA FAMOUS CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF MINEOLA STATE BANK At the clfflse of business Dec. 31, 1927. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $250,319.10 Sdhool Bonds, etc., 4&,800.00 Real Estate, Furniture & Fixtures 37i782.56 Guaranty Fund, Interest & Aas'nt 8,000.00 Dividends (unpaid for 1927) .... 5,000.00 Cash and Exchange 80,796.55 Total ...... $428,698.21 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - $ 50,000.00 Surplus & Undivied Profits . * 30,790.03 ~|eposits ; 347,908.18 Total $428,698.21 We solicit the accounts of firms and in- Sviduals on the strength of the above state- ent. ' H. W. MEREDITH, Cashier. rn of Warm and Cold Water* in Lake* has been found that some of the It lakes In Hungary present the pe- culiarity of a layer of warm, or even hot, salt water between two bodies of toldet water. Thus, in the Medoc -lake, the aurfac® temperature in sum- mer la about 70 dWees, but at a depth . af a little more than four feet the ^ tempera lire becom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

W "* rs '£&- " ' ^ J ■...- SSI #ri; 3« F - \ * V. Mineola t-t A NEWSPAPER* "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE :l 52 vNTOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. 12. 1928. NUMBER 43 I MRS. Yv. J. AW ALT t.. t '? .kS S'. ND.W MONDAY it. i Si! - I of ; iill M;s. A wait Ihcibv Count ECK TATER %: J . • -y. [n * •r Mrs t Miv.t was. y Decern i.t ! 1842; Her maiden name was j Martha Ann Houston. and h.-„ | father vv^s a first cousin of t Gen. Sam Houston, and fought in the battle of San Jacinto. She married Mr. W. T. Await, deceased. April 14 1853. H died 40. years ago. To this union came six children and only two of this six remain to mourn her death, these being M*s. J. K Riicker and J. M. Await of Forth Worth Num- erous grandchildren great grandchildren arid one great great grand child survive her. Mrs. Await lived in bong- view before coming to Mineola She resided in Ft. Worth until To the Southwestern Gas & ! f"i®. Hy childhood she ;Electric Company goes the larg , joined the Pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

Use Mineola Monitor Ste&ss*ed .at the postoffice at SEaeoia. Texas under the Act •frf" Cbsiggggs, March 3, 1879. IE. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. 3. Gove an. "Editor. Advertising Mgr. p. ICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS sments .in this column are asifcjeet to the Democratic pri- «lection. iQistrict offices, $15; Coun- oaSfeHEfi, $10; precinct offices $5. assBnanncement fees must be paid Dtsrict Jwdge:- JUDGE g. F. CATHEY. Wmr mtetricl Cler i W. R. SHAW. CwtHity Clerk JfcKLIN BOYD ICararfty Superintendent: Ml E. WHITE ^filedtor: WL P. IxAWRENCE ' jgfcerifF:- JL 3L JOLLEY. WL XL' ©OUGLAS IDans&y Treasurer WE. M. THOMPSON. mm ROBERTS. Cwnrty Cmmissioner:-... IPrecinct No. 2. -SOE C. PARK. JAMNOUNCEMENTS Mayor: JF. B. WOODS A i¥f3EDGE—A PLEDGE I agree to support it's says the voter when Jir ii w'ii Ms vote in the pri- jfflsirr- it means that he agrees t^Kawjggaort that nominee wftieth «ar.Ssff fee £he one he voted for in iz&te primary or not. sever, many who say -53i8ord is as good as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

*••••• 1= Pfef -*s' T tiggggi TRK THE YELLOW JACKET By Students Mineola High School UP Sftaff Elected For 1927-28. fc'DTT'O RIAL STAFF Kdltor-in-cheif Ruth Carswell Associate Editor-iiV-cheif Jr. .... Marguerite Kine Social Editor J ^ " t > Faye Gladden tj>s Athletic Editor V Roger Nixon fiirl's Athletic Editor Ruth Russell R EPORTORS Senior Class . ; Frances Cannon Junior Class 1. _ Audrey Faye Rountree Sophomore; Class , Vendelia Vandiver Freshman Class Edna Mae Kington Sub-Freshman Class : —, Rosalie Buchanan ft W m MINEOLA OIRLS MEET XJDEFEAT IN WILLS POINT Hie line-up for the first hafe' in Mineola's team in Wilis Point Friday night was: Zel- ma Bartlett, Agness Tomlin, forwards; Lottie M. Hudgins, Cliffie T, McCuire guards; Flora Stewarts, Ruth Campbell centers. The score at that time was 24 and 2 for Wills Point. In the third quarter a change ' ;.wfas made; Lorraine Carroll was substituted for Agnes Tom lin as forward, and the former forward was made a guard. Cliffie Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

U'fv, ,v r\.;' mm It \ E. U. Addy or '.re visiting Mr. . Addy and Mr. Russell in Min-* J r£— Mr. anfc Cc&v Tel; . ar..i.. ,'d is. «; ■an', Mrs. r White bull (iog with a block ^pot ever onu eye and ore on hip: Lost at Stout. Notify me at. Huiu K P. 0. Address Rt. 4, ' Mineola, exas. S. ~M. English. '> .%0* Benny Btaird and "Babe"" English have taken a position with the Magnolia Ga^ Co. They lett for "Ft. Worth Tues- day. Rev. .J. H. Carlin will preach on the subject, "The Ideal Husband ;;nd P'ather," Sunday morning at the Methodist Church. *0*— Rev. ar.d Mrs. J. H. Carlin were in Grapela.nl Saturday attending the funeral oi their friend Mrs. Albert S. Moore wife of Supt. of Schools there. Have a Frederic permanant wave lar^e loose waves with ringlet ends and have your hair always dressed. Beauty work of all kinds. Home Beau- ty Shop. *0* >• Mr. Chas. Blalock who •'has been wih F. E. Adams and! jGojipany'.for several jBj^ths gone to Commeri^ppjtas he wil 1 re-eifrol:- the St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

WW- m ™}h r .7 ^: W* THE YOU SEE THEM EVERYWHERE iPhe pitiful victims of INFANTILE PARALYSIS. A sharp attack of fever—a paralyzed limb. The slow years drag by, and some dav, perhaps too late, the Lchild learns that HE COULD HAVE BEEN HELPED. "If My Parents Had Known" Will your child be one to say those heavt rending- Words? Consider well vour responsibilities to your child. Investigate the one science that has been able to obtain complete recovery for those helpless little ones who must rely on YOUR judgement in giving or wit holding help. CONSULTATION and ANALYSIS FREE Your childs future is in your hards. Consider carefully what you do with it. OFFICE HOURS: Winnsboro, 9 to 11 a. m. Quitman, 1 to 2:30 p. m. Mineola 3:30 to 6 p. m. DR. E. P. BUNN CHIROPRACTOR COLLINS' MOTOR FREIGHT LINE Serving all points between Mineola and Dallas with Daily Freight Service. Handle all kinds of freight shipments. Prompt and satisfactory service, Mineola Headquarters at Lott's Garage. Your Patronage...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

^CHEVROLET J f Bigger and Better \ \ HI Eiw MONITOR $ ■r.V;v: ' 1 Today, Chevrolet presents the crowning triumph of sixteen years' continuous progress—a great new auto- mobile so impressive in appearance, performance and staunchness that it marks the opening of a new era of luxurious transportation at low cost. Built on a 107-inch wheelbase—4 inches longer than before—the Big- ger and Better Chevrolet is impres- sively large, low and racy. Its new Fisher Bodies are finished in new Dttco colors and offer rich new up- holsteries and handsotne appoint- ments. Its improved valve-in-head engine has numerous impressive- features such as alloy "invar strut" pistons, hvdro-laminated camshaft gears, mushroom type valve tappets, AC oil filter and AC air cleaner. The chassis also has been rede- signed. As a result, the new Chevro- let provides delightful smoothness throughout the entire speed range— a wide margin of power for hills— Every feature of advanced design demanded in the finest cars ...

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