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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

P 4 4* mtjm iPi vwr mm? wscs £$*?: •'r '■ •\ t. $fv % • THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'D'IT O RIAI. STAFF Editor-in-cheif - Ruth Carswell Associate Editor-in-cheif .... - Marguerite Kine Social Editor — Fayc Gladder. Boy's Athletic Editor ......... — L Iioger Nixon --Crfrl's Athletic Editor - - Ruth Russell REPORTORS Senior Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class Frances Cannon La Neta Brawner Audrey Faye Rountree Edna Mae Kington - Rosalie Buchanan •;s which I have spent we been indeed happy ■k> happiest of my life, no -other place can whic'; M. H. S. holds fci ?. The two in M. H. S. ones, in f;u' I feel as lh< take the pb« in my heart. The first yo.it that 1 attended M. H. S. I served on the Yellow jacket staff as social editor, and this year I have in-chief. T >7-4ret very much to gis'e up my place *■■-> editor-in-chief, but I am. confide 1: L.'iat the otu* who has been...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

: , \iS .. } vn-.: ■' i $W"-; THE MINEOLA MONITOR EXTRA SERVICE w TI sold in all sizes / s JUNIOR TRACK CLASS A EVENTS Jones, Marion Grant, Warren Shipp, Adrian Ropers, Truman Jones, Ruth Campbell, Mary Rose Johnson Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Nesbitt, Miss Summers, Miss Williams, and there mav have with a GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION which the motoring public demands Once you use a FEDERAL you'll use nothing else Get Our Prices n. w Federal Tires ALWAYS LEAD THE WAY Of course there's a reason for this leadership and it is found in the tread, the fine material used, and in the splendid workmanship found in them. We guarantee every tire we sell to give that better sort of service — in fact that's Our slogan ''Extra Service. Become a Federal Customer and be Safe. TOTHE GRADUATES AND STUDENTS Of The Mineola High School CONGRATULATIONS ? A i T T f X T i i BRUNER 50 y ard Dash Jones High Jump Chappell Chinning Bar 1, Humpreys; 2 Harris Relay Watts, Huff, Chappell and jbeen others. Jo«es. M. H. S. in t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

'm -■ i t T« > .« " J f- i ; wm Jf5' ' ' ' . THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■d ••?* -r.ir 111 ~ i .: i : i I1*? i t "No matter for whom the Gift, nor how little ^ou Want \o spend here you will find the gift that lasts—at almost any price you name. J , % r* * f [iit m* GIFTS ' i /" i .Qur collection ranges from automatic pencils ffiffo our finest Gruen Watches. „ . -. Flynt's "Your jewelers for 52 Years" So farewell "cans" and M. H. S. Scanton Smith ( o. k. Sebe) When I am old and out of prime, And think of days left behind If vtfill always thing of the time T left dear old M. H. S.—but I don't mind. Wilson Pritchett possible. I say with all sincerity: It has been a very successful year. George Mouzon Fletcher The Jay of parting is at hand. Va- cation is calling, but there is a pecu- liar sadness in my thoughts as I think of leaving dear old M. H. S. I only finished my Senior year under her sheltering walls, but this one year has been one of extreme pleasure. When I think of the great number...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

VOL. 53. IFTY-FO ' -- • Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " I %t " *> r:" MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1928. NUMBER It. OEPLONtAS MONDAY EVE •I* !- '« 'I- "I* ^ ^ ^ 4* ^ 4* 4* 4* 4* ^ 000 COUNTY TICK QUARANTINE RAISED SAYS FEDERAL OFFICIAL REPORT • * • m of the prettiest graduating ex- ises ever held in this part of East was held in the High School lding in Mineola last Monday night fifty-four gradutes were pre- inted with deplomas signifying that they had completed the four year as prescribed by the State De- ent of Education of Texas. The consisted of thirty one boys and twenty-three girls an unusual occur- rence, since it is the custom of hav- ' ing more girls in the graduating class Chan boys. The group looked exceed- ingly handsome as it sat upon the stage and many, many compliments were passed upon this class and its appearance. Supt Carl E. Nesbitt, assisted by Prip. Ben A. Copass, presented the deplomas and sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

\ M fx 4. J W/S f \ • ^ ' k ?F fW .4$ *w>k | I'f j? If; SKxt^ THE M1NE0LA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3. 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. -POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. 2'Kes: District offices. $15; Coun- •; £Sces, $10; precinct offices $5. •'''UBBcuncement fees must be paid •r^iunce. • Tiisrict J ulge:- JVDGE 11. F. CATHEY. J. R. WA MREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. 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 1 For County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR Eor Sheriff X. H. JOLLEY. fl. C. DOUGLAS r i? M. (Bill) PASCHAL 5& L. (BUD) LLOYD TI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

' : i" ; • : • Y> • THE MENEOL& MONITOR — ' > : !OS 'V?f. *** OLIVE BRANCH Phe health of the community is at present. AD the farmers are busy in their fcfops. , Mr. and Mrs. Olive Gallion and iildren spent Sunday with Mr. and T. H. Parks. Mr. Andrew Cheech of New Hope it Saturday night and Sunday irith Mr. Thurman and Neelie Bar- aett. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Mullinax motor to Dallas Tuesday on business. Mr. Morgan Boozer and familly ent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe iliiamsson. Miss Audeen Bunyard spent Sun- ay with Miss Mozelle Linebaugh. ' Miss Irene Turner spent Sunday Miss Helen White. Mr. Earl Sheegog and family of ?rovidience visited Mr. A. R. White family Sunday. Miss Kathryn Boozer spent Sunday th Miss Helen White. Mrs. Opal Linaugh and Truman les and family. Mr. Coke Long visited Mr. Harris Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mullinax Mrs. S. O. Turner, Mrs. J. C. Danels and ' Miss Irene Turner motored to Mineola Sunday. Miss Mozelle Wilson visited Miss Ilamand Norris Sunday. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

/ NHS n; THE MINEOLA MONITOR >' •; T A SALE EVERY DAY You will find that we are conducting a sale at our store every day and those who have been trading ; here know that our prices all the time show this ; You don't have to wait for specials to get the right ]; prices— we have them all the time. > > \ Come in and be convinced. E. D. SCOTT Mineola, Texas EXPLOSIVES IN VAN i OF HUMAN PROGRESS 4 v. «, J ' m :L ' fernfe' BE ir Man's Most Powerful Slave Used in Many Ways. Washington.—"Booming detonations -*•' ;that a century ago could l>:ive meant s>j only the thunders of war, are hoard ,; almost every (Thv now l>y the inhab- itants of any sizable city. Tiny are the sounds of man's most powerful sieves, explosive*," says a bulletin from the Washington headquarters of the National (Jeograpliic society, 'carrying on their daily labors of peace for civilization: tearing loose materials for lime and cement, dig- ging out stone for structures and roads, piercing hills, excav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 3fS| 4::- THE TAX IS OFF ' ' '' . • •• \ -fTi ■ . *V 7 s V *r ' "i*" b All New FORD Cars Are Reduced in Prices Ranging from $11.50 to $18.75 Place your order for a New Ford. We delivered four the past ten days- Have gone to Dallas today for another supply. Deliveries being made rapidly. Watts Motor Company X HOUSTON READY TO ENTERTAIN NATIONAL CONVENTION VISITORS Houston, Texas, May HO.—Houston, prepared today for Democracy's quad- rennial gathering, now only is await- ing an influx of Democratic party delegates, but is poised to entertain ; thousands of Texans, Oklahomans and ■ Louisianians. who, it is pointed out by Jesse H. Jones, Houston, capitalist and chairman of the committee on • arrangements, will pour into the city throughout June. Democrats in the eastern section of the United States had their chance to see a national convention in opera- . tion when Democracy met in Madi- son Square garden. Those on the , West Coast had their chance when SOLED AND HEE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

K : * . mi wvi -; -v V 't" •*-' . .-rl- THE MINEOI A MONITOR ■ \ MOTORISTS ARGUE FOR ADDITIONAL SAFETY MEASURES ON HIGHWAYS jpcnvince Officials of Perils on Many Crowded Roads- Prevention of Dust an Important Matter to Be Considered. . Tlx White Painted Quard Rails Help to Make Curves Safe for the Motorist. DESPITE the increase in the UBe of -white painted guard rails, whitewashed traffic Indicators one sort or another and more elab- Cte danger signals, automobile acci- its are steadily growing more nu- ■Mtous, automobile associations point •at in reviewing the summer's casual- ties. The next great important step to re- face the number of accidents will be the elimination of dust, in the opinion of those associations. Dost, in spite of the greater mileage concrete roads, is causing many ac- a condition due in part to the ltly growing highway congeB- High winds and passing cars raise dust clouds that have been compared with the smoke screens of naval de- stroyers. Through that screen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

w r. v ■r-'- THE MINEOLA MONITOR \ears of Service in Model T Fords Expenditure of few dollars may enable you to get thousands of miles from your old car THE Model T Ford is still a great car. It led the motor industry for twenty years and it is used today by more people than any other automobile. More than eight million Model T Fords are in active service in city, town and country, and many of them can be driven for two, three and five years and even longer at very small up-keep expense. The cost of Model T parts and of necessary labor is unusually low because of established Ford policies. New fenders, for instance, cost from $3.50 to $5 each, with a labor charge of $1 to ^2,50. Tuning up the motor and replacing commutator case, brush and vibrator points costs only $1, with a small charge for material. Brake shoes can be installed and emergency brakes equalized for a labor charge of only $1.25. A labor charge of $4 to $5 will cover the overhauling of the front axle, rebushing spring...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1928

WHEN If) 3QUBT CONSULT YOUR BANKER If some plausible salesman insists that you invest your savings in some pet scheme of his, ask him io give you time to investigate—Then Ask Your Banker. djquu^ Gyuauodxs put? JunuiBJj jo the successful banker to see the merits of a a: od proposition and the defects of a fakj deal. Bring .our problems to us. We are al- ways j;lad to be of service. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING MNEOLA Q. Hearn was a tiusines vistor to Commerce and Dallas this week. ■J. W. Knightlinger of Ft. Worth, Texas, Supt. of the Texas and Paci- fic Railway Company was in Mineola 3. M. Heard and family have moved last Saturday. into their new home* in West Mineola. j ^ j O. B. Webb of New Orleans, Ass't Mrs. H. W. Meredith was a visitor,to the President of the Missouri Paci- . to Pittsburg, Texas. last week. | Railroad Company was here for a . ♦ ' ^ j few hours Tuesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. M Ashworth went to< Shroreport la;.! fviiday for a short visit. "* : • •*-->*. Mrs...

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

WW*. ipp > Wi;; ) K V-V 1 / The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER. "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" * -*■ MS VOL. 53. IllNEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7. 1928 NUMBER 12. PfcaCT i^Rr* V V V '!• •{* |. .J. A t D10ATE SWEEPING SOUTH AND WEST TEXAS jmmng fcaturaav evening June 2, and continuing at intervals durins this week, vain ha? fallen in a slow manner which is estimated to be worth thousands of dollars to the farmers and truckers of this county. It came as a drizzle and continued in this manner throughout Saturday night. Sunday the rain ceased and the ground was allowed to soak the water which had fallen. Again Sunday night the rain fell slowly. All day Monday it continued to come down. Today the ground has one of the finest seasonings which it has had at this time of the year which, the old timers say, has been in many many years. This fact is most encourging to the planter and farmer. He sees ahead a splendid crop and a harvest most productive. This fac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 June 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at ifineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are mad£ subject to the Democratic pri- toary election. District offices, $15; Coun- 'f£~Kes, $10; precinct offices $5. \j2acuncn.1ent fees must be paid , ■ """Taaee. ^ THsric' Judge JCDGB. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsr ct Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. F©r 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 County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. K. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR For {Sheriff A. H. JOLLEY. ■I. C. DOUGLAS r? M. (Bill) PASCHAL ■;l L. (BUD) LLOYD £ .anty Treasurer :'J. H, THOMPSON. ROBERTS. JARMON SPRUELL County Cmmissioner:-... I 'recinct N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 June 1928

"m 'K' THE MINEOLA MONITOR •> . A. TRIGGS' CASH DRY GOODS STORE Stages its First Big Sale since establishing itself in Mineola - a Sale that will open the eyes of the trading pub- lic- a Sale that will be a "hummer" when it comes to saving money on standard, new Dry Goods. We announce to the public that every piece of goods in the store is new - bought this season - and absolutely nothing in the stock which has been carried over from other seasons or shipped in from some other store for this Sale. Folks, if you are looking for fashionable Dresses Men's Suits, Hats, Shoes, Piece Goods, Work Clothing, Underwear,' Hose, Boys' Suits, Extra Trousers for Men or Boys, Ties, Sheeting or what not, you will be able to get these at this Sale • and at a price that will poistively Save You Money. This is our First Sale and we will show you that we mean a REAL SALE when we say SALE. Come in the day the Sale opens and get your Dry Goods. You had better take advantage of the reduced prices while...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 June 1928

ti y THE MINEOLA MONITOR a NOTICE TO PTBLIC METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The following policies assigned'/to1 9.45 A. M. Sunday School. Jones and Butt* wftile acting as ' 1 n0 a M Mornin" Worship, agents in Golden, Texas, for the! ' T _0 ©amden Fire Insurance- Association! 4 :'30 P. M. Junior i^eafeUe. have been lost: j 6:45 P. M. Senior League. Free Policies Nos. 1404618 to 1404- 7:45 Evening Worship. Mid-week prayer services <52^ mc Tornado Policies Nop. 250278 to 250- j 299 inc. Cotton Certificates Nos. 2120 to 2124 j inc. t ^ [ j Cotton Certificates Nos. 6200 to 6224 lac. !• _ . This is to notify the public that nolle of these policies have been-is- Mrs. Dick Lindleyy assisted by Sued as contracts of insurance, and , Misses Charm and Bera Reed, enter saiH company .has secured no premium ! tained with a 42 party at her home at f<y* any of said policies, and therefore, I Pine Mills Thursday night in hornor the same are considered void and of of the Misses Reeds of C...

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

t't; > m •C'v;r * 4 " tf" 4 / f" w C'- THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' Nelson Jones has returned after spending the year in S.M.U. -— Sheriff H, C. Douglas, has purchas- y ed a new P >rd touring car. Jeff Turman of Adams Store is taking his vacation this week. New six room cottage for rent. Hardwood floor# hot and cold water- Close in. A. T. Morton A gii# Hatty was'bOrn to Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kirkpatrick last Monday. SELECT THEATRE MINEOLA TEXAS C. C. Sisler is in Duncan, Okla., at-. Regardless of the price you pay,; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rankin of; # tending to his business interests there, few oils are as good and none bet- Caldwell and Mrs. M. B. Neighbors j Science C aPT * - ter than the Pierce Pennant Motor and little daughter Eloise, have been VdTiCr \fiS in $1TCLITIS oils. Curtis Service Station and , the recent guests ot Mr. and Mrs. B. T,)( drains groat «h) not var# Jim Hogg Service Station. ltfc Rankin. so greatly from V. >;«c of the commoa — j variety as was W: e believed. He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 June 1928

s n ¥• m MONITOR -■ji ■- 'M 9S CONCORD Yes, we harl a big' rain here last Saturday nijrht. ami Sunday morning lowever, it quit in time for Singing to start on time. Many trood sing- era were present and the line singing •was enjoyed. A few people here attended the fun eral at Mt Pisg;ah Sunday. Mr, Chappell DuBose visited a friend here Sunday a. M. Mr. and Mrs.Henry Anders ol Hain- esville spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. .J. A. Lopue. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hughes of Mineola were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ernest Pollard. Mr. arid Mrs. Bee Dobbs of Mes- quite attended singing here Sunday. | Mrs. Jorden entertained with an ice en am social Saturday night. Theie v\ ill be church services here Saturday and Sunday. j Misses Avis Hartsfields , Mable If EVER WATCHFUL of funds left in our care Funds left in our care, estates we are called upon to administer, are in the safest possible hands. The guarantee of safety is backed by our entire or- ganization and institution. If you would have maxi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 June 1928

HE* THE MINEOLA MONITOR jbr Economical Transport a ts&t Look for the Red Tag I ThtsCw hheckeaas shown Svmarfebclow Sioc^No ScrUl V Motor n Trat^SS^ Staft^ ljmitiott vBattcr^ Tires fVU^oUtcry Fcndets m : Priced for Quick Action Due to the tremendous popularity of the Bigger and Better Chevrolet in this community—we have on hand a large number of specially fine used cars which we want to move at once* These cars have been thoroughly re- conditioned by our expert mechanics, using special reconditioning tools — and will provide thousands of miles of dependable, satisfactory service. Come in today while our selection is complete! A, W. FULCHER & CO. Phone 120. Mineola, Texas QUALITY AT LOW COST IMPORTANT EDUCATIONAL RALLY AT QUITMAN SATURDAY, JUNE I6TH A general mass meeting has been called by the friends of public educa- tion to be held in Quitman on Sat- "vlry, June 16th at 10 o'clock A. M. tu consider the problems which affect Lhe public school system of the State, rticularly ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 June 1928

m ■ y _ '•"V-iT. m i - JL ^ V ; ' •? THE MINEOLA MONITOR Continued from page one J^VtN OWStKY s W ^EPIN.^ ; ' thought to these problems and cer- tainly the only one to advance a sen- te reme&./faothtt thttg, as w, it ufa^y takej a Senator |om Tfexas twelw or fifteen years to es- •{; t&lish himself in. Washing ton, but <jq1. Owsley is already a, national figure and wil instantly command the respect and admiration of his colle- agues t|Ke moment he steps into the Mrs. George Rosser daughter of Mrs,. Alma Wooten is here living with he>> mother.\ Both"1 of them will leave this week for their future home in L, jrson, Texas. " /' ^rs. yc. est me for a I dausther. u^h^s gorie to Pal- aays Visit, with her Mr. and Mi's. W. B. Dickson have J l-eturned from a visit to Lubbock' where they-visited their daughter Mfe-1 Owen McWhorter. Mrs. Cumley has iVtaSwied to Dallas after a visit here with. T\lrs. Reed. Mrs. Bill Nye Jr., of Dallas has been a guest of Tom Bradford and Senate....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

,v' ' ■ ■:/! • , • / « ••• " * $i ' f- f j * w l\ The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. HINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1928. NUMBER 13* ROAD REBUKE HANDED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ■ *• * V V i i * . *i* " 4 * * r V T v v 4* REDUCTION IN MINEOLA ICE RATES ANNOUNCED BY POWER COMPANY TODAY COMMISSIONER PARKS STATES A REPLY TO BE ISSUED NEXT WEEK "The portion of the Grand Jury report which dealt with the Road Law irregularities and the part which the Commissioners had to do with it will be replied to in next week's issue of the Monitor," said Joe Park, present commissioner from precinct number 2. He ex- l plained that there were two sides to this matter and that the com- r missioners would have something interesting for the public next A week. COMPLAINTS HEARD OF RERCKLESS DRIV- ING BY MINORS Several Mineola citizens have voic- ed their objections recently of the manner in which mere children liv- ing in this city are li...

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