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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

THE MINEOLA 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 eoliimn are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. s: District offices, $15; Coun *> ""gfices, $10; precinct offices $5. iDBOuncement fei s must be paid T;isrict Judg.v- JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. j. r. warren For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. O. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAUDK 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. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR 3Por Sheriff H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS l Sf M. (Bill) PASCHAL \ ■ 9. L. (BUD) LLOYD O unty Treasurer :- r £t; H. THOMPSON. , S>ON ROBERTS, f JARMON SPRiUELL in Cpunty Cmmissioner:-......

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

sW * m es THE MINEOLA MONITOR m ?-• Man's Inner Quality His Real Character A man fs not born with some spe- cial "sense" of honesty or any spe- cial ''moral sense*' whatsoever. His Bkills of behavior are all learned. A man may, therefore, he honest, not from any fine sensitiveness to human values, but because he lias learned that it is the best policy. But he has not learned even this policy with ref- erence to the whole round of human associations. lie has learned merely a certain set of "safety first" hab its with reference to particular situ- ations. And, even if we could add up all these ways of behaving. one by one, they would not make the thing we call character. "A man may possess all the virtues and not be virtuous;" he may act virtuously, and act honestly, and yet !>e a scoundrel, is the assertion made by Albert E Wiggam, writing in the World's Work. For it is not the act in itself that distinguishes the good man from the bad, but the inner quality of the man himself as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

:• w-wfpr! • - ■ men 4 ' 'j w ^ wrw IPJi j|p§PL i.'Ufp '" 7 Y >: H THE 11INE0LA MONITOR \''L if A Choice Selection * I Of Dry Goods you wilt always find at this store. We try to keep in stock the best goods for the en- tire family. You will be convinced that our prices are right after you give us a visit. I We invite you to call on us. E. D. SCOTT Mineola, Texas A REAL HEADLINER! . CUPID AND CALORIES • —A Comedy in Three Acts- i Twelve Characters - Two Hours Mirth •> BENEFIT BAPTIST CHURCH Curtain Rises at 8:30 p. m. MISS MONTEZ SHIREY iii ? -H i . GONE TO BEST After Wn'iHnCss of a few day&; Miss Montez Shirey answered the final summons Thursday night, -May 31, 1928, and passed into the great be- yond from which no traveler returns. She was the daughter ofMr. and Mrs. B. A. Shirey. Born" ..Oct. 12, 1892. For a number of years she ■was one of Wood County's best teach- ers. The last few years she had been employed "in Dallas being there at the time of her deah. Miss Montez w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

* r- -• ' *'■"/• M' TfiE MINEOLA MONITOR * Ancient Ceremony of Blessing the Waters The blessing of the waters is a quaint ceremony to he seen in coun- tries where tlie Greek church exists. It occurs during tlie first winter sea- son and is attended with great demon Stmt ions and rejoicings. Extensive preparations are made the day before the ceremony. A route is set apart leading from the church to the spot on the quay that has been selected for the ceremony, a carpet of straw being laid down. In general, the day of the ceremony is a bitterly cold one, but this circumstance does not deter the populace from attend- ing en masse. Tliey arrive on foot and in sledges and are attired in na- tional dress. All horses are gayly caparisoned with worsted favors and tassels and motor cars are similarly decked out. •- On the quay a layman Is actively en- §|$; stirring a barrel of water to V.keep it from freezing. At ten o'clock, heralded by the blare of many brass instruments, the priests leave ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Z)e/i, sz$ay6 God made the home but man put a mortgage on it TAR paper YOU DON'T DODGE THE ISSUE When your old roof begins to leak, you realize that it is only a question of time before serious damage will be done to the plaster of your home. And when you stop to consider the nomi- nal cost of a new Composition Roof there si no reason why your home should not be protected. BRAZELTON LUMBER CO. Thomas Paine*s Place in American History A writer in tlie Detroit News pays this splendid tribute to one of ttie great spirits of tlie American Revolu- tion : "Thomas Paine was the first man to use the words that now echo over the whole world, 'The United States of America.' As one of the leading lights of the American Revolution, he was of great importance, although none of his many writings indicate that he had a gift for practical states- manship. His words burned every- where with a large and splendid ar- dor for American ideals, for liberty, equality, and the right to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

>: i Oi m ?pp :;f W& THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■■■■■■■■■■■ !! 1111111 ii 111111 ii 111n111ii1111111ii1111111 : m IS Pal. Beginning June 16, Saturday Morning at nine o'clock- and continuing for 13 days - Lucky 13 - this store will celebrate its first Anniversary in Mineola. It has been a custom with this firm to stage a gigantic sale each year on its birthday in the city in which it operates, and we are initiating this custom in Mineola next Saturday. J. H. Sharp and Son have been operating in East Texas for the past 37 years. Last week it celebrated its anniver- sary in Troup, Texas, with astonishing results. Goods went fast and furiously at prices which saved the trading public hundreds of dollars. We are now offering to the trade territory of Mineola, Hardware, Furniture and Building Material at prices which they will not be able to duplicate for years to come and have not been able to match for many moons. Folks, this is not an ordinary sale-it is a sale which will be the talk o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1928

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR THE VALUE OF A GOOD BANKING CONNECTION Can only be felt when you have occasion to use one. For twenty years the Mineo- la Si ate Prifik has served this communi- ty well. Our growth is the result of this service. The same officers and directors who or- ganized the bank are now actively en- Qaq ed in carrying on the same safe and consev ative policies. TESTED BY TIM I and growing stronger every year. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING MINEOIA STATE BANK Special Price On Summer Hats •A number of manufacturers are closing out SLM- MEH HATS and the savings they offer are pass- ♦ eu on to my customers. Now is the time to get a good Seasonable Hat at wholesale prices. Just a few of these specials left. Hurry if you want one. MID-SUMMER HATS will all be closed out right away, regardless of cost. MRS. H. 0. ROGERS EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY ! Read the Monitor ads and gave money. • S. C. LaForee of Hawkins was a Minepla visitor Tuesday. ■" ■■ • .r J:'—:— FQR SALE: Poland China Pig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

✓ wm: . >- ■Mffa' . - '.- ;^ --'fV ?'• •'■* ?* * ~ • - ••• ' fW^$4 ■ • ' / '■■•' % r$'. ■ 'fi f H A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. HINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 21, 1928. NUMBER 14 UHTY COMMISSIONERS HURL REPLY TO ACCUSERS A ♦ # r 4 v ♦ 1 •i* -4* "I* *I* -I- * v v v •5* *J" *f* *5* SLEY EASILY ANSWERS OPPONENT'S CHARGE AND ASKS QUESTIONS ALSO Grand Jury Report published week in The Monitor has created ia*. 4eal of discussion in this sty. It seems only fair to the ttmissioners to give them equal and publicity of their views on the subject of the road matters came under their jurisdiction. WARDLAW ADDRESSES CROWD ON MINEOLA STREETS FRIDAY Speaking before a crowd which numbered approximately 400 people here Friday night. Louis J. Wardlaw, of Fort Worth, Candidate for Gover- teir opinion of the matter follows: nor 0f Texas, presented to those who ^ In the issue of the Mineola Monitor Jane 14th, 1928, in the report the Grand Jury a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

THE WKSOLA 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, A330C. Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Jfttfcn: District offices, $15;. Coun- : * USflces, $10; precinct offices $5. ®Bcu.ncement fees must be paid >'"'v5JOce. ' *x' l^srict Judge JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for County 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 County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR For Sheriff X. H. JOLLEY. II. C. DOUGLAS ff M. (Bill) PASCHAL £. L. BUD) LLOYD til O anty Treasurer ! if. H. THOMPSON. tifON ROBERTS. • JARMON SPRiUELL ; \H County C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

mw •• < ~*f '' ' V • • v-r« -V< i' THE MINEOLA MONITOR BRANCH iealth of the community is fino is writing. and Mrs. Walter Barnette and are visiting his parents Mr. and Bill Boozer. and Mrs. B. A. Holbrook and children of Mineola visited Mr. Mrs. W. M. McDonald. Audeen Bunyard spent Sat- >y night with Miss Mozelle Line- h. Iss Irene Turner spent Saturday it with Miss Eula Cook, iss Kathryn Boozer and Miss Hcl- White spent Saturday night with Hester Boozer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boozer gave a lit- party at their house Saturdday it all reported a fine time. Harvey Bunyard spent Satur- night with Mr. Morgan Danels. / Everybody come back to Sunday ^School next Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mulinax gave a ,y at their home the other night. P 'Mrs. Annie Wardlow and two child- *ren are visiting Mrs. J. O. Mulinax. | Our singing class was released last day afternoon to atetnd the sing- ig at Forrest Hill. HA1NESVILLE NEWS The health of the community is good at this writing. Crops are loo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

r~J I | t % . ' . " V.ir- .W ; . i . ■1 ift 1 - ' & ■as r THE MINBOLA MONITOR <•!' i Work Clothes That Wear ! Our customers witt find the best selection of real good Work Shirts, Work Pants, Overalls, Sun Hats Work Socks and Work Shoes in town right at this store. Our prices always stand the test of compe- tition. Come in and get fitted up. We appreciate your business . \ ir E. D. SCOTT Mineola, Texas COUSINS—PASCHAL ....The nuptial of M. V. Cousins and Miss Isabel Paschal both of this city was consummated Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Baptist Parsonage, Rev. R. G. Behrman performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Cousins left for Louis- iana where Mr . Cousins has been transferred to a similar station to the one West of Mineola where he will be the manager. Their friends wish them the very best of success. I / PASTOR'S ALLIANCE v r * R * I - * i '< I V ; The resident pastors met last week, and organized a "Pastor's Alliance," for the purpose of conferences and united e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

imm* ST? PFfp? 4 F-w tJG PH THE ft-:* ' ' •. -" 5T v >T I were.guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Faulkner last Sunday. ; WITH PENDLETON Clifton ttariis'on of Golden, a grad- I have a-new machine which places, soles on Ladies and Misses shoes and ttAifeft- thefh look like new. No tacks, r *' *10 titchirfg, leaves the sole pliart g Little higher in price hut worth the K-i money. Come in an4 let me explain„ . , ^ . .. it to you. F. W. RHOLES^SHOE * of the Mhieola High School the SHOP 9oA Mr' Mrs- J- T- Harrison, is now employed at Pendleton Drug Store, taking the place 'of Mrs. Kirk- patrick. - - J We wish to thank every one f< r rent: 6 Room house modern their kindness and words of sympathy j conveT1ienCeS> .hardwood floors, hot in the recent illness and death of our and cold water_ close in. A. T. Mor dear wife and mother... Also for the beautiful floral offerings.. May God blesss each of you is our prayers. Mr. T. T. Wells and Children. CARD OF THANKS , M " Mr, and Mrs: W .N. Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

%'^'i ' WM THE MDJBOLA MONITOR The air is as free as ever it just costs more to be able to breath it BANKERS PROVIDE STUDENT^ LOANS American Bankers Association Completes Plan to Award 167 College Economic Scholar- ships Throughout Nation. AWARDS TO START THIS FALL I WE'LL GIVE YOU A PLAN ,4s you may have learned by this time, we carry everything that possibly could go under the heading of Build- ing material" Naturally, window glass is included in this series. J Just to get you acquainted with our window glass, we'll give you a pane any time you can't see through it. How's that? Fair? If you don't like our pane, we might as well drop the whole business. It's in- sured anyhow. See us before you buy glass. BRAZELTON LUMBER 00. 8tudents in Agricultural Economics to Be Helped in Farm States— Will Also Facilitate Entry Into Business Life. One hundred and sixty-seven colle- giate loan scholarships will be provid- ed by the American Bankers Associa- tion, 98 of which are now being prof- f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

frWil-Wri- SB®--' wmm. " r, t8|| THE fONITOl r < ' jlr Economical Tramportotltm I CHEVROLET^ <\Jhe Proof is in the driving" m - W" The COACH '585 TkcTnnrinj or RoadMe r .. The Coupe TJie 4-Door *495 $595 .?675 Tf CConvertible J/JQP Sport Cabriolet .. D7J The Imperial , $71 C Landau * A-5 Utility Truck $ .fte (ChauisOnly) 495 Light TVIi erv $ms (Chastia Only) J l J Ail prices f. o. h. Flint, Michigan Cluck Cbmolct Delivered Price* They include the lowest feandl ing and financing charges available. —come take a ride in the Bigger and Better Chevrolet A smooth, quiet motor that sweeps you along at high speed for hour after hour—in perfect comfort! Acceleration that shoots you ahead at the traffic line! Power that conquers the steepest hills! The positive braking action of big, non-locking 4-wheel brakes! And the delightful handling ease perfected by a ball bearing, worm-and-gear steering mechanism! That's what you get in the Bigger and Better Chev- rolet—a tvpe of performance so ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1928

I T* :r?n •JU,- ~z£2&8*) i r THE VALUE OF A GOOD BANKING CONNECTION Can only be felt when you have occasion to use one. For twenty years the Mineo- la State Bank has served this communi- ty well. Our growth is the result of this service. The same officers and directors who or- ganize" the bank are now actively en- gaged in carrying on the same safe and conservative policies.- TESTED BY TIMQ and growing stronger every year. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING ^ MINEOLA STATE BANK 3? m' gfv Special Price On Summer Hats i: A number of manufacturers are closing out SUM- MER MATS and the savings they offer are pass- ed on to my customers. Vqw is the time to get a good Seasonable Hat at vkolesale prices. Just a few of these specials .j; left. Hurry if you want one. MID-SUMMER HATS will all be closed out right | away, regardless of cost. MRS. H. 8. ROGERS : EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY Miss MMie Faulkner is spending her. vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs.,; A. J. Faolkner. LOTS FO|l -SALE: Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

1 'v ■ D'W f ■ '■ W ' I $ 1 rt :V" El •' : ■ ' ■■ ' . 1 ' fmm rv A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. HINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, thursday, june.2s t928. NUMBER 15 MURDERER CONFESSES GRIME AFTER THREE YEARS * * V V V ►% a. V * * V V * * 4* 4. V ^ V ^ V * * lib : ' ■ OWSLEY LEADING CANDIDATE FOR'SENATE SCORES LETHARGY OF OPPONENTS BAND ACCOM PANIIES TRIPPERS WHO BO * ST FOR EAST TEX. CHAMBER <'The dead may bury its dead" but the memory will ever remain. Mul- ders long committed are forgotten but the murderer who commits the deed can never erace from his mem- Monday morning the Mineola Band \ ory the act nor the place, and will accompanied a group of Mineolans inevitably return to the dreadful, t0 Quitman and Winnsboro where where he took the life, so a drive was initiated in behalf of place criminologists relate to us. This was true in the case of J. D. Brown, negro, age 35, who ac- cording to a confession to E. M. Hor- ton, constable here, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

'v TEE MBSEOLA MONITOE 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. District offices, $15; Coun- ^«ces, $10; precinct offices $5. ^jBCuncement fees must be paid Owe. "Dlsrict Judge JI7DGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN 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 For County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: ,W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR For Sheriff :- \.. H. JOLLEY. K. C. DOUGLAS & M. (Bill) PASCHAL ft L. (BUD) LLOYD flinty Treasurer:- i I?. H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. ? JARMON SPRiUELL County Cmmissioner:-... Precinct No...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

ST-Wsf? 4k. I S - v THE MINI! W k IONITOR MEN NOW INVADING BEAUTY PARLORS i G© In for Marcelles and Facial Treatments r New lork.—"0. Harold, your beauti- ful, wavy hair thrills me to death. I mean it really does. Was it always that way?" "Why, no," replies the young man piodestly. "I just dropped into tlie Beauty Shoppe this morning for my weekly marcelle." This might well be typical conver- sation nowadays between the flapper una her well-groomed, wavy-haired Sheik, for an ever increasing number of men are patronizing women's beauty parlors in order to enhance their mas- culine "appeal." Many he-men will roar at this state- ment, but it is inside dope, straight from the proprietor of a beauty shop, :who says that the beauty parlors, once devoted entirely to the ladies, are now no more sacred to the fair ones than the barber shops reserved for men. "The men are now beginning to real- ize," she explained, "that they must tak% advantage of art in order to make the best of their perso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

v;- THS M1NE0LA MONITOR SELECT THEATRE MENEOLA TEXAS AND TUESDAY t Mowneuld you decide between ; cti/d and sr&cfheart ? NEWS AND INK WEM p See Starring - GILBERT OR.ETA QAR30 IMP CARTOON 10-25 i WEDNESDAY ) . Sid Chaplin in "MISSING LINK" '. Comedy "Mad Scramble" FRIDAY & SAT MAT. "HILLS OF PERILS" Buck Jones Comedy "With Love and Hisses 10—25 SATURDAY NIGHT "SONELL AND SON" > H. B. Warren Anna Q. Nelsson A good picture don't miss It. ... 10—25- TUESDAY "THIEF IN THE DARK" with an all star cast Comedy "Smith's Candy Shop" 10—25 "7JJK—~: "" 1 1 '• . I \i IS YOUR HAIR BURNT OR BRITTLE ON END . Mast, Ladies and Misses are troubled by this handicap caused from the heat of a Permanent Wave. The hair seems dead* Our New Steam Machine can remedy this We steam your hair and straighten the burnt and brittle ends, putting \ I new life in the hair.. Besides we make a specialty •i ' of Permanent Waves, Marcels, Facials, Scalp Treatment and Manicures. NImprove your looks. Receive our ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

.. K t CANDIDATE SMITH HAS THIS TO SAY Your Buick dealers good reputation in the community is worth far more to him than the profit on any used car transaction. He is the head of an established business and he knows that to get more business, he must please his present customers. He carries a repre- sentative stock of used cars, including both used Buicks and cars of other makes—aijd he rep- resents them hon- estly. You're sure of a square deal when you buy from *he Buick dealer. He f tands back of the used carshe sells. BUjd? MOTOR COMPANY • FLINT, MICHIGAN MMturn of Gram/ Motun Corfu noil Gaston & Gibbs Tyler, Texas We pick a big trian for Congress, pay him ten thousand dollars a year, with a profusion of'trimmings. What do we get in return? We send a man to the Texas Leg- islature for a term of two years, and his pay will not average $250 a year, and yet from this same Leg- islature we get practically every law that protects us and governs our conduct from the cradle to the g...

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