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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

wm : *"t •' THEE MINEOLA MO! No. 5127. federal Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Mineola, Texas, in the State of Texas At the close of business on Dec. 31st, 1927. RESOURCES: id discounts, including rediscounts, accept- fees of other banks and foreign bills of ex- 5 or drafts, sold with indorsement of this lk (except) those shown in Item 1-b) .... $ 189,662.20 ifts, secured, NONE; unsecured 582.85 ited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value 50,000.00 bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned 2,400.00 Banking House, Furniture and fixtures 25,000.00 Heal estate owned other than banking house 20,449.60 17,642.10 53,151.17 12.50 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and amount due from national banks .. Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States, (other than /included in Items 8, 9, and 10 leeks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than total of Items $58,163.6...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1928

:rVV^: S|$Pp* THE MINEOLA MONITOR /' If "i i \ iS'f -l. i. 7* i , Si A\ ■ Of iff hj lif lii 1 s4 $ s! ■l^pf Ill ill r«'J J§L d? r> m j* I it i hsrw£<&'- 40[: ajoacT/l e "*5 l^"'r SIS $' i' H ,'-v> ferA %«/ JifZi el To Sisler's • Great Community Benefit and Home-Coming Sale v' STATEMENT From C. C. Sisler to You Folks: After residing in this community for almost 30 years, I mov- ed to Duncan, Okla., where I have been in business for the past 7; years. But, folks, 1 am closing out my business in Oklahoma and coming home to Mineola as soon as possible, and in order to cele- brate the occasion I AM STAGING THIS BIG COMMUNITY BENEFIT and HOME COMING SALE, 1 will soon be with you permanently, folks, so come one and all; you will not be disap- pointed. I never misrepresent a value. Be here early and supply your needs for later. / Now coir~° this, the greatest selling event in our history, offering matchless saving bargains that outstrip anything we have ever offered. ■ v, Frida...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

£•• m ^ . , - s v&ywe? r.' ^ || .. A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " 52. UINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. 192 1&L NUMBER 44 '• v START WORK SOON ON NEW ICE CREAM FACTORY IN MINEOIA RESIGNATION ACCEPTED OF JUDGE PUCKETT Besides the many other new Virms which have come into ineola within the ■past two months, there will "be built at an early date one of the most complete and up- to-date Ice Cream Factories '•that will be found in any .small rodent campaign in fi ll swing lar pe rb ■ OC( t Keport cent * of school? i'or the rod en town in the state Kelpen Ice j show that intense interest^Js , Cream Company of Terrell, County ; he first week of | killing campaign j the sxas, has signed a contract with Mallory Bros, to have a new brick building erected on the lot where the large ware- house was recently burned in which will be placed the ice cream machinery and milk pasteurizing plant. The build- proximately 30 days. | being taken an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

I ■y :r ■ >LA MONITOR J- %■ The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice a I Mineola. Texas under the Act of Congress. March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B, Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. m POLITIC A L A N NOT X C E M KN TS Announcements in this column are ma do subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Rates: District offices, $15; Coun- ■ ty offices, $10; precinct offices $5. A JI announcement fees must be paid m advance. For Disrict Ju£ge:- JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. j^or Countv Jmlge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For District ( J rk V. B. SHAW. For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For Countv Superintendent: D. E.* WHITE For County Tax Assessor: J. B.' (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. LUCIUS B. HART. JhJor Sheriff A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS • f W. M. PASCHAL. 2For County Treasurer W. H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. For County Cmmissioner:-. . . Precinct No. 2. JOE C. PARK. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mavor: 1 J. B. WOODS FUTURE HEALTH Jlineola had th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

w*- ft:--- THE 6QAAt£> FIT AMD WEAR —4zr_. North Carolina Giant Miles Dnrden, who was I Kirn to North Carolina, in 179R, and died lo Harden county, Tennessee, January 2??, lSf>7. was the world's biggest man, claims the North Carolina Historical Review. He was 7 feet 6 inches tall and weighed a little more than 1,000 ponnds. Thirteen and a half yards of cloth nne yard wide were required to make him a rout. When he died 24 yards of black velvet were needed to cover the sides and Hd of bis coffin. This was S feet long, only 1 inch less than ft feet deep and was 32 inches broad. Miles Darden lived a quiet, unevent- ful life: apart from bis world record Hire he seems to have been a hard working, ordinary man. F. E, ADAMS DEALER : rilNEOLA, TEXAS DR. ANSLEY REITCE DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry For SO Years WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Htus Never Failed The sure remedy for expelling worms. Restores the child to health. Price 35c per bottle. Sold by CITY D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

TiJE MINEOLA MONITOR m y [dresses il 4 lor Spring JOST ARRIVED $15.95 11 The very latest fashion, in many colors, in Georg- / ette and Crepes. UNDERTHINGS J That meet the requirements {t of the most exacting. E. D. SCOTT /~i national thrift this bank's :nt • The week Jan. been designat Week." We ment that virtue of, Thrif F; 1928 has >nal Thrift' fbf any move- ir people in the j&M I ■ ess, does not mean necessities of life, on means the wise spend- hds that come into our is end we offer our services lan a budget for your ately to become in- i <i iP I h le and Accomodating- mm STATE BANK ■ f'ffitfHIillllftlltlMIIII'iilllliilllllltllltlM'illilll!';!1!^!!!!!'!!!!!!'!!!)!^!!;''!';''!!!, ' ■:I ■ .■ ■ 'j'g'iw.';ji,■ mp SAVE YOURSELF -- PHONE Tr* many advantages of shipping by phone :\r • pot fully realized until you have tried she..7 oina* ?.t this store by th'.s time and labor paying rvthod. To test it — Phone 74. "Service is Our Motto/' Speoht's Grocery 1 Watch My Prices I Eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

THB MIGtfE©0™B miiiitititorfn^tw^Miniiti«iuiuiwTHiuiWmiiiHmmmiieiiniiiinniitinnnmmii)mrtminnittft] ttiimiii'iHUtviiiiiiiiMtttiiRtfliiliHtttttllllSdilillllllHHIItiSllKVf I Marion Roberts bought a new j'' Miss Abilene Huff is a«sist- him*>+ rmi,.h thi« wppV. ing Sisler's Store in their big 'V ■ i i \ V < * pF New Hats FOR SPRING Are Coming Watch This Space Next Week! MRS. H. 0. ROGERS MilllilHUtlllll +0* Frank Rholes purchased a | new Whippet Cabiolet this week I *KK* Mrs. J. H. Rucker has gone to Ft Worth to visit relatives. 4-0* — Mrs. Chas. Reitch has return ed from a visit to Longview.. ——*1*0*1* H. E. Yarborough of Hous- ton was in Mineola Saturday. *0*—— C. H. St Claire of Ft Worth is visiting in Mineola at pre- sent. •{•04*' Mrs. T. J. Parker and two sons were Tyler visitors last Sunday. *0*— ^ Mrs. E. M Horton is in jg j Fort ;Arthur Jim week visiting II her daughter Mrs. Earl Cain. I! ——*o* §§ | Dr. and Mrs. J. U. Moody i! were here from Dallas Sun- 1! day. *1*0*1' Miss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

S* .. MINW0LA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'D'ITO RIAL S T A F F Editor-in-chcif Associate Fclitor-in-chcif Social Editor Boy's Athletic Editor . Girl's Athletic Editor Senior Class Junior Class Sophomore Class . Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class REPORT ORS Ruth Carsvrell Marguerite Kine Faye Gladden Roger Nixon Ruth Russell Frances Cannon — Audrey Faye Rountree Vendelia Vandiver Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan BASKET BALL GIRL'S FIRST VICTORY In a return game at the Golden Gym last Saturday night, the Mineola girls defeat ed the Quitman jr'ris in basket ball by a score oi 21 to 14. The game was hard tought throughout and our girls did some fine playing, but too much praise cannot be given the Quitman team, especially Lorraine Moore, forward, who makes 'em from any angle. ——Y-J GRAND SALINE DEFEATS MINEOLA Friday the 13 was unlucky for the girls. On that date our girls met the ia>t Grand iSa|;r.e Te?.in on the 0rand Sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

i'V THE Ml - ■ v YOU SEE THEM EVERYWHERE The pitiful victims of INFANTILE PARALYSIS. A sharp attack of fever—a paralyzed limb. The slow years drag by, and some day, perhaos too late, the child learns that HE COULD HAVE BEEN HELPED. "If My Parents Had Known" J|rill your child be one to say those heart rending- Words? Consider well your responsibilities to youn 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 hands. Consider carefully what you do with it. OFFICE HOURS: Winnsboro, 9 to 11 a. in. Quitman, 1 to 2:30 p. m. Mineola 3:30 to <> p. m. DR. E. P. BUIMN C H I R O P R A C T O R SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION ANNOUNCES D. E. White, County Superin- tendent of Education, was in the Monitor office Tuesday morning and placed his an- nouncement for re-election to that office. This term will com ple...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1928

M. 7r >! THE M IN SO LA MONITOR 0 ! 'j« i) ii j iyi , s PRICES SHATTERED Down! Down! Go prices on high-grade merchandise. Think of it, folks! Can you? Dare you miss this event? 25,000 dollars' worth of America's best dry goods, shoes, etc., sacrificed in this great Community Benefit and Home-Coming Sale. The cream of the season's values - a real confidence-creating event. Do your buying now, folks! Sale Ends Saturday, January 21 Ginghams | 36 inch, fast colors | Big variety of patterns 1 15c yd T.;iiiiiuiiii!iaiii!i!iii!i:!iiiiiiiinii!iii! I I 32 inch, plain and fancy g g | | patterns, splendid quality j | 15c yd Towels 22x44 Bleached, Pair 39c aBggBfraiai OutingFlannel 11 Sheeting 36 inch, plain and fancy | colors, good shades 1 1 9-4 Pepperell, bleached H = 14c 39c lli|j,li;!ll!i!ll!lilfllllllllli jitiiiiiiiitiii;iiMHiiii(nnnmiiiii.i. :MuiitmnP'innnaBPii:itHL'iHlim;illimilH!lllllHllli uiiilililllllUIUIlHIIitiilHIiilllUlininilltllllimUlimutUIIIIIUlilinilltUIHItlllSIIIIHKKUU i!l!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

The 1 Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOB THE PEOPLE-* VoL 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 26, 1928. NUMBER 45 GARDEN VALLEY TO BE CONNECTED WITH LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE MINEOLA STUDENT MAKES GOOD RECORD AT COLLEGE MRS. PETERSON ENTERTAINS FOR GREENVILLE GUESTS What promises to be one of the most convenient means of communicating with neighbor- ing communities has been se- cured for Mineola by connecting the local Telephone exchange ; Honoring her guest Mrs. Oke at Garden Valley with the Bell j Haeggestrom of Greenville. Mrs. System in Mineo j T. H. Peterson gave a noon luncheon last Friday, serving four tables. Bridge was played during the afternoon. Mrs. Walter Russell of Tyler was an out of town guset. *0* MRS. COPE LAND BURIED WEDNESDAY ''he system will be installed in Garden Valley as soon as the work has been completed and a "hot shot' line Will connect thjs splendid community with Mineola. This step toward progress was decided upon S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

THE MJNEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola Bigh School ==--= Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'D'I'T'O RIAL ST A F F Editor-in-cheif . - Associate Editor-in-cheif - - - • Social Editor - - - ■ — Boy's Athletic Editor — Girl's Athletic Editor Senior Class Sophomore Class Junior Class . Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class ... Ruth Carswell; Marguerite Kiiie Faye Gladden i Roger Nixon! Ruth Russell | Sulphur Springs quint ruled the night. Prickett was the high point man of the night for Mineola. Y-J TYLER DEFEATS YELLOW JACKETS REPORTORS Frances Cannon La Neta 'Brawner .. Audrey Faye Rountree Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan MINEOLA AT LONE PINE j INCREASE OF EROLLMENT IN MINEOLA SCHOOLS Last Sautrday night a large delegation of Mineola High School students journeyed out to Lone Pine where a full even- ing's program was rendered to our neighbors and 1 friends; of band concert the dramhtk that splendid community. The program consisted of a club choral club, Spanish danc- ers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

• ;;. THE WNEOLA YOU SEE THEM EVERYWHERE The pitiful victims of INFANTILE PARALYSIS. A sharp attack of fever—a paralyzed limb. The sltnv vears drag by. and some day, perhaps too late, the child learns that HE COULD HAVE BEEN HELPED. "If My Parents Had Known" Will your child he one to say tho*e heart rending-' Words? Consider well your responsibilities to your, child. Investigate the one science that has been able to obtain complete recovery for those helpless little ones who must reh on VOI R judgement in giving or wit holding help. CONSULTATION and ANALYSIS FREE Your childs future is in your hands. Consider carefully what you do with it. OFFICE HOURS: r si 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 Unique Religious Rite A devout Buddhist, Doctor Irnazo, of Osaka, Japan, held a mass for the souls of the flies whose death he had caused by a deadly fly poisou he Invented, lie Invited priests, newspa- per men nnd friends ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

. i'J tbb mcveola monitor dresses 1 for Spring JSIST AWED The very latest fashion, in many colors, in Georg- ette and Crepes. UNDERTHIN GS That meet the requirements of the most exacting. OTHER NEEDS FOR THE FAMILY CAN BE SUPPLIED BY OUR STORE. PAY US A VISIT AND BE CONVINCED. r ♦ ♦ ♦ E. D. SCOTT J SAVE YOURSELF -- PHONE The many advantages of shopping by phone are not fully realized until you have tried shopping at this store by this time and labor saving method. To test it — Phone 74. "Service is Our Motto." Speght's Grocery ONE-DjOLLAR -r TRADE-IN VALUE! Allowed for Your Old Iron on SIX-DOLUR ELECTRIC HOT POINT SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRICiCO. MONUMENTS of QUALITY TylersMcmoriat Works J. H. Addy, of Addy-Russell Company, returned from Dallas Wednesday from a business trip. *0* FOR SALE: One Piano, ^0od shape, cheap. Ed Humphreys. 507 N Line Stt. 45 2tp *0* Dr. C. S. Hancock has return- ed from Brownwood after liv- ing in that city for the past few months. — *1-0*1* Miss Lula H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

•W) ■r v V •F You can get the Star-Tele- jgram. daily and Sundays at the City Drug Store and at Caudle's Restaurant. Jim Gregory. 2te The last reports from Dun- can, Okla, state that Mrs. Sis- ler who has been seriously ill in that city is showing a slight improvement. THE Division Engineeer D. L. Hog- an and Ike Crutcher Highway Maintainance Supervisor, both of Tyler were Mineola visitors Tuesday. '^£OOOCXX'*X20000C*>OCOOO£*?OQOOOOC* i is .1 GRAVER'S CASH STORE Here arc some of the few bargains that we offer you for this week. We invite you to visit our store while in town and see the many new things we are receiving day by day, especially— The New Spring Coats and Dresses which are the season's newest styles. One Lot, close out. Silk Dresses $10.50 to $12.50 values reduced to - $4.95 Woolen Dresses $10.50 to $14.75 values at $7.50 and $8.50 New Spring Coats in the season's newest styles $8.75; $10.75 and - $14.95 Also wc have attractive prices on staple piece goods. 27 Inch Gin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

% THE HINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Mi c Entered at the postoffice at the Act 1879. :>ola •OTt'n Texas under ms. March 3. H. Carraway, liter and Owner >3. Cowan. tor_ Ad vert is i n tr Msrr. L ANNOIM KMKNTS .i", >i a.wciiients in this column are m f4. " t to the DomocratiL pri- ll r-'; n. tiiiif*: Listrict offices, §15: Coun- ty offices, $10; precinct offices $5. i*il announcement fees must be paid in advance. ¥ )r Bisrict Judge JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. ^or County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For District Clerkx" v V. B. SHAW. , , For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE For County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. LUCIUS B. HART. 50or Sheriff :- A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS W. M. PASCHAL. For County Treasurer W. H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. For County Cmmissioner:-.. Precinct No. 2. JOE C. PARK. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor: J. B. WOODS It is as commonly known that such practices are violations of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

fK ■ XBE MKNSOLa M0NI70& CARD OF THANKS The many kind deeds done, and the kind words spoken by our dear and faithful friends ' and neighbors during the ill- ness and death of our clear lov- ing husband and father, deserve greather thanks than mere words wjll express. Space for- bids our writing the names of all who so generously helped, but your names are written in- deblibly in our memory. We wisih especially to thank Drs. Hart and Reed for doing all that medical science has reveal- ed to restore him to health, also the faithful nurse, Miss Dollie Williams, for administering to his every want until the end. We would not forget to thank Mr. DuBose for his faithful and efficient service in preparing the body for- its last resting place. We thank Bro. Arrant and the other singers for the beautiful songs rendered. We thank most sincerely Bro. Smith his pastor, and his two former posters, Bros. Phillips and Stag- ner for their consoling words in commending hjs life as an example of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

3%* $&!! ■■' - THE KINEOLA MONITOR M NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK HAS THIS BANK'S ENDORSEMENT The week Jan. 17th, to 23rd, 1928 has Lc-en designated as "National Thrift* Week." We are in favor of any move- :T3nt that will instruct our people in the virtue o±' thrift. Thrift is not stinginess, does not mean .'doing without the necessities of life, on the other hand it means the wise spend- ing of the funds that come into our hands. To this end we offer our services in he'oing you plan a budget for your income and ultimately to become in- dependent. Safe, Dependable and Accomodating— MINEOLA STATE Jack Moore of Dallas was a Monitor visitor Wednesday. *0* . Mrs. B. Smith and Miss Reba JLyueh of Hawkins were in Mmeola this week. *0* Mrs. W. E. Patrick has re- versed from a visit to her par- ents* who live near Alba. i Geo. C. Reeves went to Long- Toew Saturday to confer with tire JEast Texas Chamber of Ccamn erce. Misses Rosa Lee Coker, An- nie Mae Adams and Mrs. A. C. Webster of Tyler were...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

Mws -fc iarcus Ftores is the proud pos- of a new De Sota Roadster from Rhodes Motor Co. /ergil Shipp announces the sale a Pontiac and a. Chevrolet. §§• H. G. Farr who lives 20 miles ; north of Mineolawas in town to- ^ day doing his buying. Among pother things he bought was a ord automobile. J. W. Jennings is spending a vacation in New Orleans with his daughter. He had been away for ten days. Bill Nye of Dallas was here Wed- nesday. He stated that Tom Bradford was improving from a recent operation. Top cash prices paid for chick- ens and eggs at Mills Market. * 1 /■ •- * ' . i /'.rU'S. /MMSli: <■ ,. .. v A#-*- AL JOLSON IN "THE SINGING FOOL" WITH JOSEPHINE DUNN and BETTY BRONSON THEY SAY "THE JAZZ SINGER WAS GREAT" BUT— FOLKS YOU AIN'T HEARD NOTHIN' YET" AL JOLSON. The Vivid Voice of VITAPHONE Brings you JOLSON THE GREATEST LIVING ENTERTAINER AND WHEN YOU HEAR AL JOLSON'S CROONING ?E JING "SONNY BOY" YOU'LL SMILE THROUGH OF TEARS. ADMISSION 11A. M. to 1 P. M. 1 to 6 P. M. • 15 — 4...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

WX: % . - THE MINE OLA MONITOR A NNOUNCI N Q BRUNER BROS'. j MAJESTIC GARAGE ! AS YOUR FIRESTONE SERVICE DEALERS The New and Mighty Monarch of the Air Now MineoJa and vicinity can purchase these record holding tires from one of Mineola's most popular and reliable firms, For the motorist who wants a good tire for less money —7 we have the Oldfield and Courier both Firestone Built assuring Maximum Milage at Minimum Cost. Call Us for Road Road Service and Vulcanizing. j PHONE 41 j m Model 72 Beautiful Louis XVI walnut cabinet with doors of diamond matchel cri?ntal v/alnat having genuine inlaid marcjuetry border. Instrument panel also cf diamond matched orientals wal- nut framed vith butt walnut and bird's-eye 117apl-j }>anr!. Seven tubes completely shielded, using R. F. L. balanced circuit. Majestic Super- Dynamic Sp-aker. Volume Control $ < f* w50 instantaneous in action. X ^3 • Single dial control. Don't expect only amazing tone Quality, long distance and mecli- ancial perfecti...

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