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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

>fW- X THE MINEOLA MONITOR -r \ 'Announce Best Flour for Making Prcircus Pennsylvania was tlie iirst home >>i the pretzel in America. That state to this day leads the Union in the pro- - Auction cf this "species of fruit." These, says the Pathfinder Magazine, were some of the incidentals picked 'Bp by the Department of Agricultur. when it made a search for facts which would determine the flour most suit- able for pretzel making. It was also learned that there are two distinct types of pretzels—the ffhrniliar hard pretzel and the sofi pretzel, which is intended for con- sumption the day it is baked. Some «f the hard pretzels are machine ■tamped and others are made by hand. But the machines are used only in the manufacture of the smaller sizes. The characteristic twisted pretzel is twisted by hand even though the dough Jg rolled by a machine. No machine i&as been perfected which will give the particular twist desired. An ex- perienced and skillful operator can twist about...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

W*7 i" THE .j Jbr Economical Transportation 1—7 /USE Wf —7 te/*'.' rin I /In amazing example of Quality at Low Cost tif£; [>. / feite Here are smoothness and power that make every mile at the wheel a pleasure—for the world-famous Chevrolet valve-in-head motor now in- corporates scores of basic engineering advancements! Here is beauty that wins the admiration of everyone—for the distinctive new Fisher bodies represent one of the greatest style triumphs ever achieved by Fisher body craftsmen! Here is handling ease that never ceases to be a delight— for the worm-and-gear steer- ing mechanism is fitted with ball bearings throughout! And here is riding comfort you never thought possible in a low-priced automobile! THE COACH 4585 T/if Touring or Road ter .. The Coupe'. The 4-Door Sedan *495 *595 *675 The Convertible S/Crttf Sport Cabriolet . • OyJ The Imperial ^7*1 C Landau | JL3 Utility Truck $AC}Z (Chassis Only) J Light Delivery JlTC (Chassis Only) J I J All prices f. o. b. Flint, Mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 June 1928

. v|' sss NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS , a r.*t to ' v, -/Mr > ~: r ou; ♦ 1 ' .1* ^j* :i;<i 'W ^1 t. w$■?■.',- yw • - - < / fy "rOfl FrOVi.l-l? THE VAUIE OF A GOOD BANKING CONNECTION * t Corn o/?/z/ 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- ganized the bank are now actively en- gaged in carrying on the same safe and conservative policies. TESTED BY. TIME and growing stronger every year. I SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING By order of City Coqppyssion, I am IriiiructeiJ to advertise the time limit for .paying. ,1927. Cjify/Tax with- out penalty is .tune, 30th. ~\928. All tax not paid on or before said date will have legal 10 per cent penalty added promptly on July, 1st. E. A. Reeves, City Sec"y. : l Mr. and Mrs. Max Ray were week- end visitors in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Beacon spent the clay last Sunday in Dallas. — Miss Ca...

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

Hlla ■-■v- • V1 . -l w ■ f *. A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE >L. 53. iflNEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1928. NUMBER 16 INEOLA BEGINS GRAVELING OF RESIDENCE STREETS ****** ******** ******** *** ***** ******** * * * * * * * * iTIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION APPROVES COL OWSLEY'S FARM PLANK klv*n Owsley candidate for the KENNEDY-DALE Jliited States Senate entered upon tie last thirty days' lap in his race ider most encouraging conditions, spoke in Dallas Monday night to the largest crowd to hear a Senator* - al candidate in that city this sea- o!h, with the large City Hall crowd- to capacity. Frequent applause erpolated his address especially when he stated that he was the only 'candidate in-the early campaign who ji^ade the statement that he would support A1 Smith if he were the Democratic nominee. All the others waited until his nomination was im- minent before they stated that they too would support Mr. Smith for President. "Now" he said...

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

' 'V ?-•' o, ■ Wm 3r .*4 V3f ■HI. _ ,'M -35 v*i" *1 >v THE MINEOLA MONITOR i The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at ttineola, Texas under the Act «f Congress, March 3, 1879. f R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are Mde subject to the Democratic pri- awry election. District offices, $15; Coun- ^ jfHuea. $10; precinct offices $5. ^^gfBStincement fees must be paid TJlsrict Judge JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN f«r Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. O. GOLDSMITH. Fwr 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 Fto Sheriff :- A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS M. (Bill) PASCHAL • . L. (BUD) LLOYD 'i3" nnty Treasurer :- ■ X H: THOMPSON. f DON ROB...

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

' es • i. ' \ ■'•■■■. . v \'i' ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR "THE HAPPY WA nTHTA^H m. m >?• , |. -■ I B& wmt: if: i |S^'# sss flV- Gov. Alfred E. Smith, Nominee of Democratic National Convention For the Presidency Smith Nominated By The Democrats At Houston Senator Robinson of Arkansas Given Second Place On The Ticket By The Harmony Convention his tfve-xt nudiencc to its feet with ring- ing chOQl Sj. Turning to the farmer, !,!;■. Ugwcts said his portion had become one of thcrns and thistles and that in seven years the Republican party had utterly i'ailed to do anything for him, closing this portion of his speech, he thun- dered: "We do not propose that the most basic of all our industries shall longer be a doormat for all the others o wipe their feet upon as they enter Jie Temple of Privilege." Responding •,vith a mighty shout, the delegates and 3f. Howell took the platform and of- fered to the convention the name of -MiEsoupri's fighting senator, James A. Reed. This man, he said, wa...

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

r THE MINEOLA MONITOR • ' -r r -... v* v- ' i • Look for the Red Tag! Jkr Trantportatiem 1 CHEVROLET This Car has been carefully checked as shown by v' marks below V Motor | I t f ■% ?, ... • . r>;,f:; . ., •.* * •> \ v Radiator vRear Axle V Transmission V Starting V Lighting v Ignition v Tires v Upholstery v Finish You Get Definite, Known Value When you buy an "O.K.'d" reconditioned used car from us, you can be certain that all such vital units as motor, body, electrical equipment and brakes have been checked and tested-^r-and that all necessary repairs have been made. It is a car good for thou- sands of miles of satisfactory service* USED CARS ' "AT ...:\ : counts QUALITY A. W. fulch3r & Co. Mineola, Texas AT LOW COST invention of roast At r union, near Aberdeen, Scotland. there oc- curred years ago a water-front fire which damaged a warehouse contain- ing haddock. During the blasce, s< tlie story goes, a breeze brought de- licious fragrance to the. noses of as- sembl...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Little Miss Sallie Sue Wilson re- turned to Dallas Tuesday. Sidney Alexander returned with her for sev- eral weeks visit. tv. -K w % DELTA M EEL It - V'Si* . *Tfte Tapered Heel Sfyics th&t Jiake Artistic Jlnkies BOUJNS HOSEOT THE NEW COLORS in our ROLLINS HOSE are attractive in Chiffons and Service weights. $1.50 — $175 $1.85 and $2 JO Come in and see them. B. L GHAPPEIi PERMANENT WAVING ______ The Vita Tonic Realistic Curl does not fri nor ring your hair. It is the natural curl. I have had three years experience and have studied under experts. A special for summer months $8. MRS. J. S. LAND. ' Grand Saline, *Texas. Marcelling and Winger Waving. — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alexander had for their guests the past week Mrs. H. C. La Grone of Loganspoit, ! La., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bagley.. Jr., and children and Miss Hortense Bagley of Keatchie, La., and Winfred La Grone of Dallas. Read the Monitor ads. ior thar mid-meal snacK. New Bulb With Glow After Current Is Oft...

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

TEE MINEOLA MONITOR <V r HAINESVILLE NEWS Health of the community is very ■good at present. Mrs. Jim Martin is improved. Grandmother Staford who has been «n the sick list is well again. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carlrle spent Sun day with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Laminack. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lanier spent Saturday and Sunday with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. James. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anders has returned from a visit with relatives in Paris. Misses Hazel and Maud Logue spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner and little daughter Sara Frank spent Sun day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Turner of the Concord Com- munity. Mr, and Mrs. Jom Blackom spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Stan- ford. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tucker and Mrs Arthur Morgan spent Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tuck- er. Mr. Johnnye Turner spent Sunday with his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. R. J. James. Miss Estelle Penix visited with Miss Johnie Flouroy Thursda...

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

11 1 ■ ■ Hi M ^4., mar 1BK MUQEOLA MONITOR ybr Economical Transportation KHour g over any road 'and every mile a pleasure *A to celebrate the 4th on picnics and fishing parties, etc. Next Saturday and Sunday will be preaching days here everybody come. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hughes of Mineola were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bertha Pollard. ^ Misses Hazel and Maud Logi'e ) spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H. Anders of Hainesville. Mr. Fred Sandifer wife and baby of Dallas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tucker last Monday. Miss Mary Tucker of Grand Parria is visiting this week with her cousin Sarah Henderson. Mrs. Henry Fulmer and daught- er of Oak Grove spent Monday with their cousin Geo. Tucker. COMMISSIONERS SUBMIT JUDGE SUITER'S OPINION — ON ROAD LAW At every $peed, the Bigger and Better Chevrolet holds the road with a surety that is a revelation —for it is built on a wheelbase of 107 inches, and the fcody is balanced on four long semi- elliptic shock absorber springs, set parallel t...

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

V"- .> i %s * if ■■■ v iV|- • THE MINEOLA MONITOR «hd-MtS. H.iWatis were DaUasl, .Mr- and Mrs,,J. M Ash.wovib,haye f ^ j08£Ph T. ftd*'fN80N •4* Visitors Tuesday, '.! i: ' >--< "''LOTS FOR SALE: Have some choice ' lots for sale. Easy i?^. J W. Cage. Sonny .Too Show? of Dallas is visit- 4^ ing Mr, and Mrs. J. L, Beckham. -*"*■ ' EOR SALE OR. RUENT: 1-1 room jouse, bath and sleeping porch. All i-enifences. J. W — Good Sasfras Pop.i ler hundred. 'See (■ loute 2, .Mineola, 'iw g rM? to.rYeakam, ,Texas,rand-other., South--Texas;vpfiints their vaca-- tion. They went via automobile. They will be away for two weeks. WANTED: Log cutters, log haulers with teams, and laborers for Saw Mill All wagons and equipment furnished Apply to Niendorff Timber Co., Alba, Texas. Albert Triggs, Jr., of Cameron is here visiting his parents Mt. and Mrs. R. A. Triggs. Hemstitching ami Pecoting. soe Mrs. Callaway >r leave at Callaway's Confect >nery. . .3tf -—: George William 'I. xgs. has goi.e FO...

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

aafMrnwrn " ■ ■ ■ % : 1 " ° f ■r • .•• f "iv ,4ffi M k. V j. • . < •« &V* ; £' ,, <* 7pti~*? . A. V. ti The iWineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, Thursday August 2 1928. NUMBER 20 IFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS FOR WOOD COUNTY o s c < a Jti 5 ~ C £ c cs o O C > -w V O bL 'r > >. -4-> z u c o 0) CJ CO CS a> E a 03 CJ -S H c« Ip. Vi ^ T F<* 'ggp" fli -•••< V ; •V . •fef' Criminal Court Ap'l LEVY WILLIAMS District Judge WARREN CATHEY Representative BAKER — — KITCHENS SMITH — DAVIS —— Sheriff LLOYD PASCHALL — DOUGLASS JOLLY County Attorney HARRIS FAULK County Treasurer THOMPSON ROBERTS SPRUELL County Judge GOLDSMITH _ _ SEAY .Tax Collector TAYLOR LAWRENCE GAULT MAYO _ WOMACK County Chairman GREEN PETTY Commissioner PARK CHRIETZBERG BOGAN Preciifct Chairman ABNEY _ -BSWDOIN Constable CAIN - HORTON Cotton Weigher MACOY ROACH ARMOUR *- STROUD 440 287 400 353 1240 1224 1180 I 99 109 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 August 1928

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 nude subject to the Democratic pri vaary election. lyases: District offices, $15; Coun- £fices, $10; precinct offices $5. i'yir.imcement fees must be paid "f>BIJCe. For Congress MORGAN G. SANDERS w T^isrict Judge J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for Countv Judge: N. E. SEAY. For Countv Attornev: V. B. HARRIS For District Clerk V. B. SHAW. For Countv Clerk :- ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E." WHITE For Countv Tax Assessor: J. B." (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE R. P. WOMACK For Sheriff v. H. JOLLEY. K C. DOUGLAS Cr unty Treasurer :- ,1 ARM ON SPRUELL - G' untv Cmmissioner :*. .. Precinct No. 2. JOE C. PARK. GUS T. BOGAN For County Weigher: Precinct No. 2. J. G. MACOY JACK ROACH Justice Of The Peace P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 August 1928

mm mzmm* wo&mm 1 waki to take this simple method of «xgre&wng my grateful appreciation to thoee who saw fit to stand by me in la^t Saturday's ejection and I assure you I appreciate it, We lost a race in which I played - fair to the end, coming out with clean has^s, though in defeat, and I assure the other 'bereaved' I was anxiously , waiter at the head of Salt Creek for JfOUr expected company, and I was ftop disappointed in. the crowd that fin- t ally cptne struggli.ng in. T«f my successor, Mr. Spruell, I as- sure you folks that supported him do all within my power to ac- quaint him with the duties oF this of fee as I myself know them. At my invitation he appeared forduty Monday morning, and will remain from time to time until he comes in- to office next* January. Sincerely, Don Roberts. Prepaxfi for Accidents / Have It on band. Liquid BOROZONE Powder The Nevo Potoerful Antimptic For Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Bruises. Sold by CITY DRUG STORE : MARCYLEE HOUSE DRESSES SEE THEM T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 August 1928

attmnwntA m-r-iMe mamjuM&iwwMiiK imin WE DON'T HAVE TO ADVER- TISE PRICES Our goods are all priced right—those who have been our regular customers for these past years already know that what we sell, we sell right. And remember, we have a complete stock of Dry Goods for the whole family. E. D.|Scott TO YOU—THE CAPTAIN OF MY HEART By ELIZABETH GILES WINN. Sonny dear, only yesterday you were here, Just a child at purple twilight used to kneel and pray "If I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take." Then time sped on and seemingly, You were gone with the dawn with hastening feet. Tears blinded the eyes and marred 9 Tl\e home of her who bore thee—sweet Mother love so deep, breaking heart strings; Would not keep tied down they love for venture and feats. Boy on thy way, tender to all weaker things. Do unto others as thou would'st That all things should do to thee, In order that life may truly blend And hold its glow even unto the end. Don't let your heart lose its m...

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

W* MONITOR CONCORD Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hartsfield returned to their home at Houston this week. The Sacred Harp Singers from var- ious parts of Texas met and sang here the 27, 28 and 29th, dinner was spread the last two days. Most of the delegates spent Friday and Sat- urday nights in the homes here and their presence were enjoyed by those whom they visited. The singing was attended by a very large crowd Sun- day and the main feature was the Anders of Hainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Sullivan of Houston are visiting their parents here. Mr. Reich and family are planning on motoring to Houston sometime this week. MT. PISGAH Today, (Sunday) the sun shone all day, the first in some 10 days and the farmers sure welcomes it as many have hay to save and there has been some complaint of boll number of young people who took a • wevils. part and two especially who were . Health of the community is very talented singers, they were, Misses | good at present. Ethel and Myra Smith of Garden i The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 August 1928

I <*; THE MINEOLA MONITOR b'fC. • ■ IS-;*. •• Miss Cleo Smart of Lamesa is visit- Special For August: During the ing here. 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- ganized the bank are now actively en- gaged in carrying on the same safe and conservative policiesTESTED BY TIME and growing stronger every year. SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Special Price On Summer Hats II A number of manufacturers are closing out SUM- ; MER HATS and the savings they offer are pass- e£ on to my customers. ffiwv is the time to get a good Seasonable Hat at wholesale prices. Just a few of these specials ; left. Hurry if you want one. b-SUMMER HATS will all be closed out right ;: away, regardless of cost. Irs. h. o. rogers EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY j, $ > ^ it SELECT THEATRE MINEO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

f m ■ § atl|* The Mineola /Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE' VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1928. NUMBER 22 IEXICAN SLUGGED AS NEGROES ATTEMPT ROBBERY WITH GUN OFFICERS LAND TWO IN PRISON f;. Four negroes have been charged With attempted robbery with fire- arms, two of them have been caught { and the other two have been locat- [ ed and their arrest will probably be made today or tomorrow. Isom Tell, Isom Johnson, Magno- lia Newsome and a Terrell, Texas, nejfro are all charged with attempt- ed robbery of a Mexican, employ- ed by Chester Wells, Saturday night. • It was stated by those under ar- *est that the Terrell Negro was the 'brains' of the frame up. Dur- ing the encounter, which occurred south of the railroad tracks in 'nig- ged town,' the Mexican was struck on the head with a six shooter and painfully injured. Coiifetable Korton made the arrests of the two negroes who now are :n Quitman jail and wil 1 likely land ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

JF |r / .* g|K Wk Mr.-' V S • ^rnWP^: -'r -tx ■V ;/ v '•,< THE MINEOLA MONITOR Ki'1 K--7 The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at; Mineola. Texas under the Act ; of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Car r a way. I Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan. Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in 'his column are m«ria subject to the democratic pri- mary election. • District offices. §15; Coun- (9j* ^ps, $10; precinct offices $5. ^scuncement foes * ust be paid •; I'FWce. fjfoagress 2': a fSORGAN G SAIOERS v TZJsrict Judge:- J. R. WARREN For Dilsrict Attorney: WALTER G LlUSSELL for County Judge: N. E. JSEAY. For County Attorney: * V. B. HARRIS for District Clerk V. B. SHAW For County Clerk:- AR1JN BOYD For County. Superintendent: D. E. WHITE For County. Tax Assessor: J. R. (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE R. P. WOMACK ftor Sheriff:- a. H. JOLLEY. Vf. C. DOUGLAS ,r unty Treasurer HARMON SPRlUELL v *, County C mmissioner Precinct No. 2. k ^ C. PARK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

MM A- A\ . / vV*1 :\ •v4 ^ I , V/ ■ ^'/^>v I -i A ,\J" IU rv , *.<•<$ THERE'S NOTHING Particularly when it is a matter of Dollars and Cents. Be convinced that you save money and yet get as good merchandise and you become a permanent customer. That's why we are sav- ing our customers money every day and that's why they are continuing as our customers. Sup- pose you try us once and Be Convinced. -NOW A WORD ON BUILDING MATERIAL- We are headquarters for Doors and Windows- just received a carload this week-all sizes. We are offering a price unknown to Corrugat- ed Iron. Listen, 29 Guage, 77 pounds to the square, and only $4.25 per square. How many, pleose? New Shingles arriving every day, just the grades you want the most. Also a car of Iron and a car of Nails. Folks, we have what you want in building mat- erials. Come and be convinced. The price is right for WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. FURNITURE SHERIFFS NOTICE OF SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS County of Wood: Whereas, by virture of a ...

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