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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

■ «-*.v THE MINEOLA MONITOR DR. ANSLEY REITCH 1 i DENTIST 6 6 6 is a prescription for CONCORD NEWS Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Colds, Grippe. Fhl, Dengue. | Bilious Fever and Malaria. Office over Flynt's Jewelry It kills the germs. 1 ful lad always smilincr. [ ! Mr. and Mrs J. E. Fulgham! I and family spent thg vvyek end Sihgmg was fir.- w .-t Sun- ; -t.-ich relatives m Dallas. * j dav. and we elected a new ore- u;, , , • j j_ i "yveiai cnildven aroun,] here -ident and vice-presuen1.. rl;\\ - f ...... • , , " • -n T r> 1. i n j " S1C iv 1«. fl COiUS", now Mr. Lobert T . ,T fc.r presiden-:: ahd Grady tla. l •- . *v r" A;i,s; u l]i F^yd v-'t-'d Mr. and Mrs ri. >1. Sand lieul i i ae -• u i ! : 0. H;' 7' sident. peppy sniL!- Have :rs«ay wiin 'V ,'f) 1 I Oil dr. Morgan -7*-\ A h / f\ V V ; l>' , \ v: , hi' if each organ of your body i functioning properly, it is rea sunable to expect tint yon wi1 : 'tIv by 'id i sting and .V.-imnr oui oi place parts. OFFICE HOURS: Winnsboro, (&g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR in % A* fy , irt $ L ook = PEOPLE = Look! STOCK-REDUCING SALE SALE STARTS SATURDAY. FEB. 11, CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT. FEB. 18 Seven Selling Days! Remember, this entire stock of high-class goods goes on sale without restrictions. Not a single article will be held back. This is not an ordinary out-of-the-season sale of something to offer excitement. The purpose and reason are genuine. We want to turn the stock into money. We have a bonified reason* therefore, lay your plans to visit this sale. OUR STOCK OF SHOES, DRY GOODS, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS Berry's Store, Mineola, Texas ..iCISMliUtlf Men's $1.25 UNION SUITS at Men's $6.00 11 Ladies' $6.00 OXFORDS II SATIN PUMPS at at Special Lot Children's 40c Hose at 98c $4.98 $4.89 1 1 29c Men's $5.00 WORK SHOES at $4.29 One Lot Boys' $3.50 SHOES at $2.69 One Lot Boys' $3.75 OXFORDS at $2.89 i I 25c 36x42-inch PILLOW CASES at 19c srai... r. iUi'iiiiiiiHt HBHBtafflanmuuuaiUiUtintiiiuifinmf^ .iiiiiiiittn.i^niniiiiioi.ai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

i I *•! "■y fej I t *' *.n g 8 BttlM ..-vuife- •: ... -|p ■.,.. r'Vvr '' -. ' • y ' f-.i ' ■ ' ' |g£ g£ T'* A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1928. NUMBER 49 •J* N >N A . 4- Jf0 ^ £• >£« ANNUAL "Announcements were released I YELLOW JACKETS this morning of the approaching i GRAB OFF COURT revival meeting which is to be- HONORS IN ATHENS gin at the First Baptist Church — of Mineola next Sunday morn- Entering the State High ing February 26th. j School A. A. U. Tournament in Dr. W. Y. Pond, of Waco. Athens last week, the Mineola Superintendent of Baptist Evane 1 High School Basket ball team lism for Texas will preach at i led by Conch Ben A. Copass, each service during the meeting i Principal of the school here. Mr. T. D. Carroll also of Waco ! after a tired automobile jour- will conduct the music. Dr. i ney to that city, lost the open. Pond is widely known through- j ing game to Eustace by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

P 1 B ■ * • • THE KlftEOLA MONITOR fv-i--S ■ P- ■' r- -■ m The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Act ©f Congress, March 3, 1879. E. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Jtssoc. Editor_Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL „ ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Rates: District offices, $15; Coun- offices, $10; precinct offices $5. announcement fees must be paid [ advance. * v>v Disrict Judge JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL ^or Connfy Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAULK For District Clerk V. B. SHAW. .For County Clerk:- ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE | For Countv Tax Assessor: J. B, (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. F. WOMACK 33or Sheriff :- A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS W. M. PASCHAL. IFor County Treasurer:- W. H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. HARMON SPRUELL j Ai County Cmmissione...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

PIP^P I - 1KB MINEOLA MUWITOR Mineola Machine Shop G. C. Smith, Pre*. Machine Reparirin* and Welding Mineola, Texas DR. ANSLEY REITCII DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry LONE PINE NEWS The health of the communi- ty is good at this writing-. The farmers have most of their land put up. Singing w*s Jine last Sun- j day ni^ht with J.TTmoss. Mr. Paul Rappe attended a par urday night with Ruth Good Mrs. H. M. Powell visited re- latives at Winsboro Tuesday. Maxine and Jene Paul Scott spent Saturday night with their "•randjpa Scott. Mc. Berni<*e Boozer .spent Sun day afternoon. We have a good leader Mr. Shurley whom we ;ire glad to have with us. Misses Manva Moss snent Sat HOPE NEWS J. H. Sharp & Son The Shopping Center of Mineola, The Place to Buy Things to Make the Home a Better Place to Live. Time is at hand for NEW RUGS, NEW SHADES. ROCKERS, BEDS, ALL KINDS OF FLOOR COVERINGS. Buy a Detroit-Jewel Range and add 100 per cent to the comfort of the kitche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

\ V THE MINEOLa MONITOR FREIGHT SHIPMENT . IMPROVED ON M-P^MNES ST LOUIS. MO., Feb. 13.— An improvement in general business conditions is indicated in the monthly freight car load in.tr statement issued by PresL dent L. W. Baldwin of the Missouri Pacific Lines today, which gives the traffic handled during January. Local loading and receipts from connections on the Missouri Pa -i.if proper totalled . 129.068. an average of 5.16:5 cars a day for the 25 tending days. Compared with 128.50^ for the month of De- cember, with ;;n average oi 4,942 cars for the 26 loading days, there was an average daily increase of 221 cars. Subsidiaries of the Missouri Pacific also made a srood shew- ing according to Mr.Baldwin. The local loading on the Tnter- national-Great Northern for January was 9,565, as compared with 9,092 in December. Re- ceipt from connections in January were 10,931 compared with 10,586 in December. On the Gulf Coast Line- local loading and receipts from connections fc-r January we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

* w r< '*■' ■" y&: f f THE MJKEOLA MONITOR -^rr~ B.i*. THE YELLOW JACKET I ft;/ Students qf Mineola High School i Staff Elected Far 1927-28. E'DTTO RIAL ST A F F Editor-in-cheif — Associate Editor-in-cheit Social Editor Boy's Athletic Editor Girl's Athletic Editor Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kir.e Faye Gladden Roger Nixon Uutii Russell poi'nts. South ledYw ftfce ^ ■10 points. In ■ the Jltials the it Yellow JicKtets defeated Craw-1 ford by the score of A"V to 25. : K?ell led for Mineola with 13 points with Carter high man j. for Crawford with 10 points. 1 Y-J ECSTACE DEFEATS MINEOLA IN A. A. V. toinr-fporo'April 2 to 6,- . I The pup-pose of the- exhibit ' are to sei-ure'pictures for the, school-rooms^Van,] to acquaint! the childfen with the world 's j most famous artists. Miss Dayle Driver is chair- • man of all school exhibits. Each teacher has been assigned four posters; to make for the exhibit . The grade school posters will j emphasize better health, pat- ' riotism, citizensh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

a v * 1 ■h. *•••• "f*t> THE MINEOLA MONITOR 1 TRIGGS IN MINEOLA OPENING FOR BUSINESS Saturday February 25 / ?:!>< 1V't w TRIGGS FOR GOOD MERCHANDISE LOCATED IN Mallory Building K NEW STOIS OFfNMC IN MHEOLA In announcing our Formal Opening of a General Dry Goods Store in Mineola, we desire to state to the buying public that we intend to carry a complete stock of new and fashionable goods, personally selected from the best the markets afforded. Our prices will be found in keeping with prevailing ones. We do not hope to make a large profit on our sales. We >nly wish I j m^ke a moderate profit on our investment, and make quick turn-overs, and sell at small profits. We invite the public to visit our new store, located in the Mallory build- ings whether you buy or not. See what we have and we will appreciate your patronage. We come to Mineola to makp our home, permanently, and to heip this town and county grow. Come to see us us. We open for business Saturday, February 25. Rem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

iafr -J l ; fr.w I % 1 -■'Vf- rr .. ,,,„ (PP!F 1 THE MINEOLA ■ For Sale: My home in West Mineola, all conveniences, terms. MISS WILLIE POWERS. This is the last week to buy overalls at $1,00 per pair. B. L. CHAPPELL. Nervous? Out of Humor? Tired and Sick? Your nerves are not functioning properly. A complete adjustment of your spine no doubt will improve your condition.. Ask t" ose who have re- ceived Chiropractic adjustments. They will testify as to the worth of Chiropractic. 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 fv. Baby Chicks That Strut Their Stuff Pure Bredf strong and thrifty from best flocks in Country, R. I. Reds, Barred and White Rocks, Silver Laced and White Wyndottes—Lots of 100 12c each. Our Large Tom Barron English Leghorns 100 12c. Small lots 15c each. AH kinds of poultry supplier ?e our new Primary Brooders $3.45 each. We custom hatch at $3.50 per tray of 112 eggs. MINEOLA HATCHERY GUS BOGAN '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1928

THE BUN1B0LA MONITOR * A. W. Fulcher was a Gaines- ville visitor last Tuesday. <♦ > :—: Ask to see the Lindbergh Hats for ladies, at Malletts. Dr. Quack, Quack. Mt Enter- i prist1 School Friday. Feb. 24. j Come. Just received a beautiful) shipment of Spring hats, at— I Mailett's. For Rent 10 acres land on Hijrhwav. good for watermelons R. B. Elliott. / 9x12 Art Squares for $5.9$ *ind small rug free. The Enter- ■ >rise, Winnsboro. Short program and box sup- per, M.t Enterprise School, Frh 'day evening, Feb. 24. ■'W- —TTT • IJeautiful ChinaWare given away, one piece with each $10. puivhase. Cravers Cash Store. ^ Mrs. Bobbitt of the telephone company here has gone to San Antonio for a six month's stay. This the Inst week to buj overalls at $1.00 per pair. B. L. CHAPPELL. Rhode Island Reds, Aifhart strain, eggs 75c per setting, $4.0p p£r hundred. C. J. Stroud Mineola, Route 4/> 48-4tp Marcy Lee Dresses, the pret- tiest patterns we have ever had before. A look will convince y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

w* The Mineoia Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1928 NUMBER 50. MINEOLA CITIZENS PLAN I COMMUNITY BUILDING * * JU ^ ^ •% V V V • * JU JU f CITY ELECTION iQMORROW WILL NAME CITY DADS FOR ENSUING TWO YEA] GERALD MANN SPEAKS BE. FORE LARGE GATHERING AT BAILEY HOTEL K . mi *: ' M" % ■H ."I ■ At last a definite plan for the erection of a Community Building in Mineoia has been settled upon by scores of her leading citizens and steps to finance such an undertaking have been arranged. Without asking the aid of the City Government, the Board of Trustees of the Mineoia School District or any other repre- sentation of the people, a large gathering of business men and citizens met at the Bailey Hotel tonight under the auspices of the Mineoia Improvement Club and voted to adopt the plan us outlined by that organization. It is planned to secure the lot at the head of Broad Street to the West about 2X,-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor;! IT'S the duty of Enterc Mineola. of Co-ivrv at the postoffice at oxas under the A< t s. March 1870. s the host. he voters to make this selec- tion. and each voter should con sider that it is his DUTY to select the very best equipped nian in the race regardless of that particular voter's pre- ;ii;.ice <t hi EACH STORE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED MEMBERS R. H. Carraway. Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. lect snip. • Help Mineo! than 'Vvatrh When fbis is imc pel soral t'riemL a man wh > will a i 1 :'o\v ;ut her Mineola Grow."' done Mineola will s should POLITIC U, ANNO. NCEMENTS ;l ,na., , , Announcements iji this column are] Mayr.r or commissii-jier thai J made subject to the Democratic pri-j would be applied to one's b'Usi- ! jnary election. | ness. Friendship goes a, long ^ Rates: District offices. $15; Coun-1 way but the real SUC'-OSS ?)! offices, S10: precinct offices $5. j one's business largely rests np_ '7'** ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

J. H. Sharp & Son The Shopping Center of Mineola, The Place to Buy Things to Make the Home a Better Place to Live. Time is at hand for NEW RUGS, NEW SHADES, ROCKERS, BEDS, ALL KINDS OF FLOOR COVERINGS. Buy a Detroit-Jewel Range and add 100 per cent to the comfort of the kitchen. Our line of Harness Goods is complete consisting of Bridles, Lines, Collars, Back Bands, in fact anything in the harness line. PLOW PARTS OF ALL KINDS. Remember the place—you can buy Doors, Windows, and Shingle here at the right price. —29 GUAGE ROOFING $4.50 PED SQUARE— We welcome R.A. Triggs Dry Goods Store for Economical Trcr. sport at ion labSfjirr: ffifwPCIST ri : ff": { 1 iilllH BIH* I 11" 1. I- • W . *" v.* p ^ J/i \ llLfjitbS \ ff aSS . . ,..L • V ' Performance that is thrilling thousands of new owners every day The COACH $ 585 Tfc-T«-rt g *495 #595 675 $665 715 TW Cmpc Tfce4-Doof $ Smdmm • Tkt Sp rt Cabriolet ThelMpcrtal $ u - Utility Truck $ JO C (Chmxiis O-'y) X&%'SK,S375 All prices f. o- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR <W' ; new spring I dry goods Arriving every day. The prettiest piece goods we have ever had for those Easter Dresses. Also some new ready-made silk dresses for Misses and Ladies—Our new Shoes Spring and Summer are also here. Come in and see them. E. D. SCOTT i MINEOLA IMPROVEMENT CLT'R ORGANIZED TO PROMOTE CITY PROGRESS A new organization in Mir.eola was announced today in the name of The Mineolt Imnrove- raent Club. This gr.-ap w:..- organized on February 2 and the following members are it's, chafer members: B. A. Brooks, C. E. tNesbitt. R. G. Behrman, John McReynoIds H. O. Rogers. W. C. DuBose, W. P. Warren, Ben A. Copas s. J. M. Ash worth, and John Cowan. Since the organization two other members have been accepted by this club. Taylor Greer and F. E. Adams. This club has for it's aim the bringing to Mineola each - year, one type of industry Which will increase the present payroll of this town and' to buck any tnovem :nt. which is for pro- gress in this town...

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

I HOARD NEWS Oil I THE NEWEST SPRING HATS FOR I GENTLEMEN AND ROYS | IN ALL THE LATEST COLORS AND SHAPES | JUST ARRIVED. THE LARGEST Ab:SJ?T- | MENT OF SPRING HATS IN MINEOLA. PRICES $5 — $6. I Graver's Cash Store Mineola, i exas Brawn; TWITE m mjmm the- mew A't> set Model 37 The astonishing price of tto new, six-tobe, Full-vision Dial, self*«onuuned A. C. set includes everything es wpt tubes and a speaker. No power acceawriee re- quired—no batteries, no charger. For use ordy with volt, 60-cycle, Alternating Current. Uses six A, C. tabes, and one ratifying tube. •^di Tomorrows Radio on display today BRUNER BROS A GLANCE inside this new Atwater iJL Kent A. C. set tells yon why it gives yoH such wonderful reception. The secret's in the design and work- manship—the perfection of even the tiniest parts. Yon can weB believe that every Model 37 has to pass 222 in- spections or tests before it leaves the factory—and if it doesn't pass it doesn't leave! No batteries, of course. Everythin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'lVITO R I A I. Editor-in-cheif Associate E«litor-in-<-h«>if Social Editor c Heritor . liter S T A F F Boy's Athletic Girl's Athletic u K l O U I O R s Senior Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Cla- Ruth Cars well Marguerite Eine Faye Gladden Roger Nixon Ruth Russell Frances Cannon I .a Neta Brawner Audrey Faye Rountree Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan CONSOLATION CUP ON DISPLAY AT F. E. ADAMS Mineola High School Basket Ball Team entered the State High A. A. U. Tournament held at Athens, being elimated by Eustace in the opening game. However. Mineola won all oth- er g;;mes and was awarded the Consolation Cup which is now on display at F. E. Adam s Drv Goods Store. Y-J GIRL CAGERS TO BE AWARDED LETTERS The following girls will be awarded letters for this year's basket ball season. Zelma Bartlett, Cliffie Tom McGuire.Florence Padgett. Vada Lee Murphy, Flora Stewart,, Mer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Nervous? Out of Humor? Tired and Sick? Your nerves are not functioning properly. A complete adjustment of your spine no doubt will improve your condition.. Ask those who have re- ceived Chiropractic adjustments. They will testify as to the w orth of Chiropractic. NEW HOPE NEWS Mr. A. B. Hopper and wife Mr. J. M. Tosh, Mr. J. V. ; Roberts. spent Sunday in Tyler with re_ Amoss and family and W. R. : Mrs. W. R. Phillips visited' latives. j Phillips Jr. were the guests of Mrs. Charlie Mabus last Thurs The health of the community ] Mrs. Lizzie Barnett and W, E. Phillips aud wife Sun. day. is better at this writing. j children of Dallas are in the ' day. *" Miss Opal M. Kiney visited !j Mr. J. M. Tosh is able to be community, having been called j Mrs. Urma Mitchell and son, Mrs. Uelle Fou.se Sunday. |i «p. ; on account of her mother's ill. j Marvin spent Sunday with M''s. E.! F. Tosh and family spent |>{ Wylie Graham of Greenville ness. Clara Speiirhts. i Saturday w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 March 1928

• y: mv THE I MINEOLA MONITOR Hi;\TER — MERCER was received Wednes. f-h(> marriage of Mr. nter of Pampa, formet - toa.v., and Miss Miil> d Haskel. were maiTied Sunt-hsy 'he Won dav of Clias. ! }y of Merger 1 hey Fe1>. 19th ;it the home brides mother Mrs. Merger. i few days hone.\-inoen will n side near Pampa r. Hunter is employed lire Oil Co. ,n friends of wish Ait- ing t'x where by the The them a life. and hap}.\ niariu,| Farm For Rent:. Fifteen to forty acres, two and one half miles of Mineola on pike road. Four room he use, well in yard, lot,^ garden barn and some orchard. Third and fourth or casfi rent. Geo. C. Reeves, Mineola. 50-2tc - —- Ha?el and Evlyn Mose- ley of Marsh dl. visited home folks Sunday. ALF SISLER SAYS A good share of all you spend with him remains in eirculation in your home town and you nave a chance t° gpt ^ back airai*. SUITS st-23.50—$31.50. . . .PANTS $7.50— $9.50 . F. ASTER APRIL 8th. "AIT SISLER uirr . j v.! ' .) j.Tlain speci- fications giving...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

w w St i ' A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vol 52. IIINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1928. NUMBER 51. IB--' Mi JAMESTOWN DRAMATIC CLUB TO STAGE PLAY SATURDAY NIGHT * "Farm Folks," a play, will be presented by members of the Jamestowm Dramatic' Club in the school house of that com- munity Saturday night, March 10th. at 8 p.m. according to an- nouncement from that section this week. The play is being * directed by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Billingsiy, who have charge of the school there. 'This is the second play to be enacted there within the past months and large crowds have gathered to witness them. The play promises to be full of laughs and enjoyment. It is using home-talent as its charaters. It depicts a farm lassie wlho is admired by all the swains of the countryside She however becomes involved in a love affair with a young New Yorker who makes a -scoop of her affections aind leaves "'other competitors for the fair one's hand to their own c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

Tr' f- - \ , t AI, V ./• " B I THE MINEOLA MONITOR He Mineola Monitor 1? filtered at the postoffice at Mk^eola. Texa* under the Act -«£ Congress, March 3. 1879. K. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, JLsase. Editor-Advertising Mgr. VOU1KCM. ANNOUNCEMENTS AfsBKrancements in this column are rrsfA^ snbject to the Democratic pri- mragy coaction. 'Slatirft- District offices, $15; Coun- *8Bces, $10; precinct offices $-5. announcement fees must be paid •i®?jUisrict Judgd:- £TDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. E, WARREN JRw Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL #ar County Judfce: N. E. SEAY. a 0. GOLDSMITH. Cownly Attorney: H. T. FAULK y. B. HARRIS 'Par district Clerk V. B. SHAW. County Clerk ARLIN BOYD County Superintendent: 0. E. WHITE County Tax Assessor: I- IB. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE X.E. GALT. WOMACK Sheriff: - A. H. JOLLEY. :WL C. DOUGLAS •W. M. PASCHAL. War County Treasurer W. H. THOMPSON. BON ROBERTS. harmon spruell > ■ ( , . %£ wCounty Cmmissioner:-... Precinct No. 2....

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