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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

S£m W' m-' J TTT THE MINEOLA MONITOR ^Always a new Horizon for HUDSON ' NEW HUDSON PRICES U 118-inch chassis Coach - $1250 Coupe r 1265 (Rumble Seat $30 <. itra) Sedan - • i 1325 127-inch chat is Standard Sedan • $1456 „ Custom Victoria - 1650 Custom Landau Sedan 1650 Custom 7-Pass. Sedan t 1950 All prices f.o.b. Detroit, plus war excise tax Buyers can pay for cars out of in- come at lowest available charge for interest, handling and insurance The consistency of Hudson leadership is but the performance of its first principle, resolution and tradition—to always lead in value. In the beautifully designed and luxuri- ously finished bodies that feature the new Hudson Super-Sixes the same relatioii of values obtain as made the Super-Six^hassis famous. MINEOLA HUDSON-ESSEX CO m Wf\ your j with j until I NOTICE! SUNSHINE BUS LINES, INC. Have installed Ticket Systems with agent in city, in order to improve our service. You may buy Round-Trip Tickets to any point quite a saving— No time l...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

l" ; ■' I !: Dr and Mrs A P. Buchanan x Remember E. P. Davis Cash itr. ancj save vou money* were in Dallas yesterday. v G ^ ^ ^erhead ex_ T ittlo T-ime* Kobeft Pafct. son pense.. Save the difference. iof Mr anTMrs. A. J. Page is 8 lb Bucket of Best Compound ill this 'week with the Flu. gjjjl;20-' ^ SATISFIED CUSTOMERS OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENTS All the money we spend for advertising is lost unless our customers are satisfied. \Ve have been growing steadily for 20 years because our friends have been pleased with our service- We solicit your * business on this record. SAFE, DEPENDABLE ^ AND ACCOMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK SELECT THEATRE Mincola, Texas MONDAY MARCH 26 TUESDAY 27 •% k . "•* t" V V A/IUUM CO* The Worthy Greatest Motion PictureA Victor McLaglen—Ted McNamara Dolores Del Rio—Sammy Cofyen Comedy and News 15—35 Don't Miss It— \ Let's Go! T Wednesday 28 < "The Silver Slave." Jane Rich Comedy "Many Scrappy ^Returns." 10—25 •r Friday March 23 Mat. 24 Fred Thompson "A Regular Sco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

rs< A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOB THE PEOPLE-" VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD (X)UNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 29.1928 NUMBER 2 MINEOLA SWAMPS WINNSBORO IN COUNTY MEET * *s* •!• v v *♦* *1* ^ v •£• -J* "!■ v r v v ^ SENATORIAL CANDIDATE RECEIVES OVATION IN MINEOLA LAST SATURDAY Firm Relief, Cotton Gambling and Search and Seizure Receive Notice 1 SPEAKS IN QUITMAN AFTER ADDRESS IN MINEOLA Speaking to several hundred people who covered the square in Mineola last Saturday after- CANDIDATE FOR THE SENATE COL. ALVIN OWSLEY Past Grand Commander schemes of unscrupulous mani- pulators who would pad their j own pockets rather than to j render to the producers their j just returns for their produc- | tions; he favored a revision of I the tariff laws which were dis- j noon. AMn Owsley, Candidate j criminatory toward the pro-' for the United States Senate, 1 rt eers of Products; he and a native son of Texas, de-! Seated a limitation of for- livered a stirring address in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

. I THE MINEOLA MONITOR lie Mineola Monitor Entered at the Post(lf^ceA a! Mineola. Texas under the Act [of Congress. March 3, l«/a. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner j. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor. Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column aw made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Rates: District offices, $15; Ceun- ^ offices, $10; precinct offices $5. ■I announcement fees must be paid Egdvance. i WNf Disrict Judge * (JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for Countv Judge: N. E.* SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For Countv Attorney: ^ H. T. FAULK ^ V. B. HARRIS Far District Clerk:- x V. B. SHAW. For Countv Clerk i A-RLIN BOYD (For Countv Superintendent: D. E.' WHITE FOf^County Tax Assessor: iT B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. I R. P. WOMACK f)or Sheriff A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS W. M. PASCHAL. ? County Treasurer W. H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. HARMON SPRUELL Merchant or are \vou classed among tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

m# La fcHV.VITOR & . I r ■ I - ■ '; V •' . * Mi mht X> M/ / • -f" XI ■ >/* iE f Easter Millinery Easter of course, means M NEW HAT Easter^—Of course means a New Hat. Here's a very Timely Sale of the Newest Easter Millinery. An occasion the discerning Shopper can- not afford to miss-this entire new collec- tion of smart Easter Hats at these absurd- ly low prices. , My customers must be pleased — Come in and get yours. Mrs. H. 0. Rogers EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY MINEOLA, TEXAS , j SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE Block 7 except 5, 6,' 7, 8 and' 9.! |TTJn orT,ArI^ ? Vol. B page 484. And on the i HIS STATE OF TEXAS j 1 day of May 1928, being the i | COUNTY OF WOOD. j first Tuesday of said month J j Whereas, by virtue of a eer I between the hours of ten i tain order of sale issued out ,,f' y >lo<'k and four o'clock .P. M. j the District ' Court of Dallas : °n* said day, at the court house j County, Tex;ts, on a judgement ' ','^01 of said county, I will of- • rendered in said court on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

s -J , THE MINEOLA MONITOR •'i ow - if MR. AND MRS. JACK ROACH kOSTS NIGHT TO CLUB n rr.;j;r : ,-ir time?? at s or saia«ir from *.r r v • >f Knox Sparkling enough for*1 x pre:- >crvingr. cf r&> Thf 9ofKuox Cirixme is outstaodjne *: rts ywahry! Cebwebs I: TO CUT COOKING COSTS/ J / jew / forthese / #00^ cmcQUPON Tuesday night at the home <>1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roach the Young- Married Couples' Night Club was entertained. The entire membership was present and f ri joyed the luncheon which w .s served as the guests ar- rived' and the games which were participated in during the evening. MRS. CLOUD NOBLE HOSTESS THURSDAY Let me wire your house. Estimates given on Electrical House Wiring. Can save you money. See me Arlie Henry. Automatic Tide Gauge Invented in England Lond'H'!.-- A is automatic t :<!■■■ • ■ . (jiCiiTor. ■ ■i".- raent over ar T">' « = • London. i.-xisiin; ".(J ''P<\ Mrs. Knox. Ctiarlcs 3. Knox Gelatine Co. 300 Knox Avenue, Johnstown, N. Y. I Pleas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

i CARD OF THANKS \Ve wish to htank our friends and the people of Mineola for the many kindnesses shown us . during the sickness and death of our dear wife and mother. ■ 0. B. Ogbum and Children. , WHljiitlllinilffliliii'ii!!!:''®!•':i'i WW- "iliViiv'""il:';1 ! Lost Strayed or Stolen: One black mare, 15 hands high, with Boy colt with white face. Last seen Feb. 1st., at Silver Lake. Reward for any informa- tion leading to their recovery. Notify J. L. Crone. Mineola, Route 5. .— jar?!! ' It ' '•'« Put It Safely Away When you get your pay, put it safely away until you reach this bank. Then you can put it away in safety until you need it. This bank welcomes new accounts, no matter how small. Come in and get acquainted. m The "The Oldest National Bank In Wood County.5' | *, jotinmiff BRING YOUR CREAM TO US I _ *■' / *' ' E n ■ . r. > *•> V 'A • Any day and get cash atid best prices. See us for your feed and groceries. Bring us your produce. We R making Special Prices on Planters — C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

M: . ' • • 00004 —J v.V.>V.HV.v.V^ot; V ' i- kt ■ I ! r * i ; (' i • I • f v'V> i !■ •-I-. 51 iW. ^ i &,'; If' • ;: fer; •"■ I I 1 " HOG of Service Charge After careful consideration, and in line with a policy being adopted by banks in towns of all sizes, the Mineola banks have decided to make a "Service Charge" on Accounts Under S50.G0 This charge will begin after May 1st, 1928 and will be Fifty Cents. The conveniences and advantages of paying by check, and having a regular monthly statement mail- ed from the banks, are admitted by everyone and the custom has become practically universal. The ex- pense. however, to the banks has grown in propor- tion and all accounts averaging under $50.00 are handled at an actual money loss. Several hundred such accounts to each bank runs up an expense item that is increasing continually, and which should be borne by the customer and not absorbed by the banks. The charge to he made will apply to acc averaging under $50.00 and for which s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

f THE MINEOLA MONITOR •mi*. PINE NEWS Miss Mary Morgan from Mineola spent the week end with Anna Mae Gilbreath. ieal£h of the communi-1 Miss Ruth Good spent Sun- >o« 1 at this writing. day with Mary Armour. Mrs. Rufus Browning and lit- tle son returned Saturday after spending a week with her par- ents Mr. andi Mrs. J. F. Neigh- bors of Pickton. B. HV .Ms V ,sy' © MAIMY.SMOKIRS HAVE MAIMCED TO CHESTERFIELD ■ > We m # 4 . ; > it-. L' # P-. :4- STATE it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield cigarettes are of finer quality and hence of better taste than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. •. • and what's more— THEY'RE MILD and yet THEY SATISFY! r;* as ass ^=~asgy NOTICE! SUNSHINE BUS IMS, INC. fe, installed Ticket Systems with agent in your city, in order to improve our service. You may buy Round-Trip Tickets to any point with quite a saving— No time limits on our tickets they are good until r —BUY ROUND TRIPS— "SAVE MONEY"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1928

'/ '• r \ TH.E MINEOLA MONITOR SCHOOL EXHIBITS TO BE PLACED IN business WINDOWS CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The Minoola Schools have ar- ranged t have displayed in the window* of the business con- cerns in Alineola beginning Sat- urday of this week, the exhib- its ot the work of the students in both the hi^h school «nd the ward school. These exhibits contain samples of the work done in following departments: Domestic Science, History. Eng- * lish, Commercial Courses, Sci-' , ... 7, , nee. Drawing, Arithmetic Fire \.r' j111"' Sunday school. Prevention and Citizenship.!^,11' Several other departments are j ?uS , also included in the exhibits. 'v-{i dS' i Irr' f0^ 21 The reason for giving the ex-! Wl11 Preach ,pn " Heart Search- hibits such prominent displays ' in" ^iayer- -At 3 p. m.m, Se - is to. show the fathers and Sunday school at 10 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m.; subject, "What Will You Do With Christ?" Evening service 7:45 p. in., subject, "The Minority Wiser Than Majority." All are invite...

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

; i m The Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 5, 1928 NUMBER & EXCELLENT HIGHWAYS BEING BUiLT INTO MINEOLA ►*« !. Y 4* 4* *!* * ►!. .t, v V *!* v 4* -I- -I* V *1* •$* V •I- *S- -b 4* •!- 4* THURSDAY RAIN WORTH MILLIONS TO CROPS OF THIS SECTION OF EAST TEXAS CITY ADMINISTRATION FAVORABLE TO PAV- ING STREETS To meet the increasing de- f stands by the traveling public for better roads in the Southern part of Wood County, the hihway department has com- menced work on the resurfac- ing the roads leading into Mineola from various directions. The working crew is now em- ployed East of this city. The narrow bridges are being torn down and wide eoncret bridges are being built in their stead. Iron ore gravel which abounds in this section is being used to surface the roads and the expense attached to this build- ing is therefore reduced many thousands of dollars, by utiliz- ing this splendid gravel so n...

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

pp# THE The Msneola Monitor Entered at the po<toffiee at Mineola. Texas under the Act j of Congress March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Ed (tor and Owner J. B. Cowan, I Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITIC A L ANN OI NCEM ENTS Announcements in this column ara made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Rates: District offices, $15; Coun- dffices, $10; precinct offices $5. anucuncement fees must be paid advance. f Disrict Judge JTDCiE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for Countv Judtre: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAULK V. B. HARRIS * For District Clfirk:- V. B. SHAW. For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE For County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR -$Or Sheriff A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS W. M. PASCHAL. T County Treasurer :- W. H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. HARMON SPRUELL '■'III County Cmmissioner:-... Precinct No. 2. f JOE...

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

iv,.> f THE MlNEOLA MONITOR OLIVE BRANCH The health of the commu- nity is fine at this writing. All are enjoying this fine weather. Miss Eloise Park from C. I. A. is visiting her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Park. She will be here until Tuesday. Mrs. S. 0. Turner and Irene spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Arthur White. Many have been fishing the past week. Master Douglas Jones spent Misses Mozelle Wilson, Helen Saturday with Master Irvin Turner. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. White, R. V. Wilson and Miss Hester Boozer and Lorene Boozer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Boozer. Miss Jaunita Peek spent Sun day with Mozelle Lineabough. White and Sam White spent Sunday with Mrs. S. O. Turn- er. Miss Oneta Peek spent Sun- day with Moline Gayle. Mr. Isham Wilson spent Sun day with Eugene Boozer. Mr. Nellie Barnette spent Saturday night with Eugene Boozer. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Daneis attnded church Sunday at Mine- ola. Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Law- rence and family visited Mr. ■t fe MILD:. /very mild...

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

THE MINEOLA .MONITOR ig. \ ; NEW 8KSSES MO pi FOR MISSES AM) LADIES S P E C 1 A L s F OR EAST E R Everyone wants to celebrate this great occasion with the proper observation. To be well dressed is necessary for Easter. Why not come in and let us show you the proper apparel— E-D-SCOTT HOARD NEWS uesdav. ;I went t the grad HER EXCUSE * i ne l'OUl E. Fulgham las Several frilm II j Quitman Saturday asle- ? \ec we have, some uat-ion program. ies today also flu too. Mr. Alvis Wilson of New ■ i;- lots of sickness a-j Hope and Miss Ewla Hays of ! Mr. J. K. Fulgham and Xew Hope were married Satur- familv have the measles. (|;lv niirht at Smith's Chapel l>y Mr. iieo. Minshew spent from Hro. Fletcher. Thursday till Sunday with his \jy and Mrs. Charlie Mitchell mother in Fort Worth. visited Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Sand %'• Mr. Louis Hunter made a ers Sunday. |! business trip to Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilson last Wednesday. spent Sunday with Mr. -Tut Pei Taylor Tucker and family f]ue h...

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

%h THE MINEOLA MONITOR !EASTER DISPLAYS! M. D. Keith and little ; if ; % The newest interpretations oi the Spring Mode - versatile styles - fit for every occasion. Gay, fascinating bright new patterns m Ladies Dresses, Men and Boy's Suits. A wide variety in colors and styles Come in and select your Hosiery, Purses, Star Brand Shoes and Piece Goods. We have what you want at the right prices. Get That New Spring and Summer Straw Hat We have them. Just received in various styles and materials. Get one for Easter and Dress Up for this occasion. The season is here. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ! j I ! £K-?" The Thrifty Trade at Triggs' W '!•' w m i ^ My Friends and Customers: You have no doubt availed yourself of our monthly lc Sale in the past. If so, you have made a great saving as you well know, and this service we are glad to have rendered you. fT* ^ . ' i ■ < Again we are announcing another lc Sale in Drugs and Sundries. You buy ojie at the regular price and the second article of the same variety...

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

V- ' '( JSP I ■ THE MIN E OLA MONITOR g t V V f i J ( I S.iS, A__jfc. ssssss^sssz More s~*9 'JJ& sf-k W rv ice Charge Information Since publishing last week that the Mineola banks contemplated making a service charge on unprofit- able accounts—beginning May 1st, 1928—a number of customers have been in making inquiries, and in order to make this clearer to all we will publish additional information. Accounts made in the spring by farmers for crops purposes, where note is made and part or all of the proceeds left in the bank to be drawn at intervals will NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. Accounts under $50.00 that do not change fre- quently and for which statements are not made monthly WILL NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS- regardless of .amount WILL NOT BE CHARGED. SOCIAL CLUBS, CHURCH ACCOUNTS, LODGE ACCOUNTS or OTHER ACCOUNTS of THIS NATURE WILL NOT BE CHARGED. The accounts on which a charge will be made are those accounts—never averaging over $50.00 are made and agai...

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

■ SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WOOD. Whereas, by virtue of a cer- tain order of sale issued out of tne District Court of Dallas County, Texfls, on a judgement rendered in said court on the 6th day of September 1927, in favor of the said Southwest National Bank and against the said S. Kirkgard and being No. 85055-E on the docket of said Court. I did on the 15 day of March 1928. at 1 o'clock P. M., levy upon the following describ- ed real estate property belong ing to the said sT ftirkgtflH and situated in Woodi County, Texas, to-wit: FIRST TRACT: 474 acres of land out of the M. H. Ussery Survey, begin- ging at the iN. E. Corner of the 63 acres of said survey deeded by W. G. Ragley ♦Lum- ber Co. to J. H. Saxon. Thence 'Jf FAMIOUS SHERWIN AND WILLIAMS "COVERS THE WORLD" Paint up and Clean up during this Springtime when Mother Nature breathes new life and blossoms forth in her vernal apparel. It is refreshing. We are featuring this week all types of paints for t...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Modern Banking Demands Modern Methods Ihe Mineola State Bank has grown with Mineola from a cross roads town to a little City and in the changes thru the years, has kept abreast of the times in making improvements in Building, Euip- ment or Methods of handling accounts. HOW TO BETTER OUR SERVICE has been one of the constant problems confronting us. Some accounts haMe been handled at a loss and naturally this cnnot continue. We are, therefore an- nouncing a Service Charge effective May 1st, 1928 on all accounts of less than $50.00. Increase your balance and save money. Yours For Better Service. Hemstitching and Pecoting. see Mrs. Callaway or leave at Callaway's Confectionery, . .3tf Mrs. T. H. Peterson was a Dallas visitor this week. Try Simms Gas at Heard's Filling Station. More Mileage. J. H. Haley s critically ill jit his home in North Mineola. Attend the Methodist Ladies' Bazaar Saturday in the Chap- pell Building next to Nuss' Baker v. Mrs. W. E. Tolbert has r...

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

'ik H: \- . V.. ...V i-'P ■V- ' *> M' •<r* . r>> if . . < v The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THl£ PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " VOL. 53. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1928. NUMBER 4 FORMER MINEOLA CITIZEN KILLED IN EXPLOSION -I' ^ ►% V V I' • f 9 V V V V v V V ?. A *. A v% •, « I • , . . , . V V V TVTVVVVV V V V V V v IETHODIST REVIVAL MEETING WILL ASSUME ARENA SPOTLIGHT NEXT WEEK CONSCIOUS UNTIL BURIAL TODAY IN CITY CEMETERY LAST; TYLER DISTRICT CON- FERENCE TO CONVENE IN MINEOLA MONDAY MEXICAN KILLED IN GUN FIGHT BY JOE PHILLIPS R. A. HUFF NOW UP AFTER CRASH SEVERELY BURVED AS STOVE EXPLODES The last remains of J. L. The Mineola Methodist Church (Junius) Speights, who was kill- will be host to the Tyler Dis-i ed Tuesday afternoon in Wink- ' trict Conference Monday April I ler County, near Wink an oil 16th and continued through town, arrived tod y on the fast Tuesday April 17th according Texan, passenger of the T & to announcem...

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

mM THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Ant Congress, March 3, 1870. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, 48300- Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the Democratic pri- ' mary election. Sates: District offices, $15; Coun- "^fices, $(.0; pracinct offices $5. •rjH* announcement fees must be paid rTr* TUsrict Judge iJtTDGE B. f. cathey. j. r. warren For Djtsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL #V*r Cowntv Judge: n. e: seay. C. O. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAULK V. B. HARRIS For District Clerk:- V. B. SHAW. For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE For Countv Tax Assessor: y«^v J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR J*)or Sheriff A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS W. M. (Bill) PASCHAL fr County Treasurer ■frT. H. THOMPSON. IvON ROBERTS. HARMON SPRUELL Precinct No. 2. JOE C. PARK. €US T. BOGAN , T...

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