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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

if; ADVANCED SHOWING NEW FALL HATS , JOS-T A PEW TO SHOW YOU WHAT &W*■ THEY ARE LIKE. : . " . V... ft, STILL SELLING SUMMER GOODS AT RED U C E D PRICES MRS. H. 0. ROGERS EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY GOLDEN GLEANINGS Mrs. M. P. Sheppai'd, and son, Wes- ton left for Colorado, Texas, where she will ! spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Ezelle. Misses Ida Florence and Marie Harrison, who have been visiting in Longview with their sister, Mrs. Herman Adrian, returned home Tues day. ' Mrs. Jim Jones and children of Alba spent Tuesday with Mrs. H. L Prickett. Mr. Jack Gibson, who has been visiting with his sister in Shawnee, Okla., returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Owen, Walker and little Miss Doris, Jean McNutt of Dallas visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Robinson the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Cummings of Dallas visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilbert. Mi* Rpj>eJ*t Bowdoin of Mineola visited friends here, Thursday. Mrs. Delia Marrs of Smithville, Texas, is visiting Mrs. J. R. Dea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

Miss Imogene Lloyd of Alba* laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, oyd is " the house guest of Mr. and, Mrs. B. L. Chappell. She is the neice of Mrs. Chappell. She will leave this week with Mrs. Chappell for Dallas where they will visit re- latives. the home of her son here in Mineola. Hear, condition warranted the call- ing . to her bedside her. son E. L. Fulcher in DallaS who came in Tues- day., . * -r-0 4 Miss Louise Lowrance of Dallas is visiting Mrs. Aldridge and family in this city. SELECT THEATRE MINEOLA TEXAS Friday & Sat. Matinee "A Trick Of Hearts" Hoot Gibson ..Comedy "War Feathers" 10—25 Saturday Night "The Thirteenth Hour" _with—Lionel Barrymore Comedy "His Maiden Voyage" 10—25 Monday & Tuesday The Enemy" A Metro Special featuring Lillian Gish Also News Reel and— Krazy Kat Cartoon 10—25 Wednesday "Clothes Make the Woman' A love story of grim Russia. . with— Eve Southern ; and Star Cast Comedy "Dizzy Sights" -so Thursday "Don't Marry" with Louis Mcran -and Neil Hamilton 10—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

FS* . AMONG OUR NEW FALL HATS We have a careful selection for the Children. See our Little Miss MuffeVs FALL HATS Many colors and the very style for the misses. 1 BROOKS' MILLINERY & GIFT SHOP Mineola Texas ; I ■ I kl (III III !■■■■ f " * " "J'JLg-ll'JUA1' i'"""""""""- p Used Cars We have several exceptional good bargains in Touring Cars — Trucks, and Coupes. If you are at all interested in a Used Car it will pay you to see these before you buy. I Just received another carload of Chevrolets. You can get yours now. A. W. FULGHER & CO. CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE MINEOLA, TEXAS —PHONES 146 AND 58— W. 0. WILLIAMS & CO. —SINCE 1906— NEW POULTRY BUILDING STATE FAIR. OF TEXAS Dallas—(Special)—Last year the Poultry Department of the State Fair of Texas had to refuse nearly a thousand entries of really good birds because the exhibitors bar! not entered them in time to secure space in the Poultry Building. This impelled the Directors of the State Fair to provide a new building ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

mm.--.'- ■ BSLs tf ff mmm "*131 . .v-v • . £*"••' jfyti - '\ V vA'i W;\~-r ■ •. mpEI ' f- >& THE MINEOLA MONITOR >D COUNTY SPECIAL ROAD I to LAW AND ACCOUNTS IN CON- NECTION WITH ITS PASSAGE make statements L' As there seems to be persistent ermination on the part of Mr. P. Roberts, and maybe others, rhaps for political purposes only, about the ac- counts for expense in getting a special road law for Dood County special road law for Wood County and about which they seem to think there may be some secret design to beat some one out of something, j pense of making the trip. HAINESVILLE NEWS the situation, as it really is and one in which these accounts were as is shown by the recors, and for I paid, that the Legislature did not the further reason that I made one j have the right to authorize the com- trip to Austin in connection wita j missioners to take over the work Health of the Community is very the passage of this law, for which j of the overseer which they could good a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1928

3** impfy* v"'" • ^ ;;/ \ 1 i f ' \ • • THE MINEOLA MONITOR UNLESS IT'S POOL'S IT ISN'T "SWETPRVF' i<* A. * "¥y /^"v ■i ' S r ! V'i:' *-: py pr 4 ■ Once You Wear Pools "Swetmjf" SHIRTS and PANTS Yon Ww't Trust to Luck 0 You'll Call for Comfort and Long Wear by Name. And you'll get a Dressy Ap- pearance in the Color that Suits You and Your Work. POOL'S BLUE - POOL'S SAND - POOL'S TAN - POOL'S GREY - POOL'S OLIVE SHIRTS $2.25 PANTS $2.50 4Sw«etprufs" Sold Here Exclusively SISLER'S E. B. Piatt, with the S. W. Gas apd Electric Co., has returned from a vacation to his home in Poplar Bluff, Ark., and is now perman- ently employed by this company. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cain of Port Arthur, Texas returned home after a visit with relatives and friends. J. P. Smith adn family have i returned to JVaxahachie, Texas after i a visit here with Mrs. Celeta Smith. Miss Marguerite Noble and R. N. Wade motored to Shreveport last Sunday for the day. Y-J Miss Mai-v Jane Noble, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lankfor...

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

m v \ - fea.u-> '■SB *",; IP ip# ; -'; '/■V- - '• ■T'- v"*vv-4 I is The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOK THE PEOPLE ' VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, Thursday, august 23, 192s NUMBER 23 IRISTS INJURED | STREET WORK IN AS AUTOS SMASH UP j MINEOLA PROGRESSES CARS OF ETHIOPIANS ; THIS SUMMER closed automobile bearing Mrs. Few small cities can claim as much! | H. Bennett, wife of Dr. Ben- j street work this Summer as Mineola. it-'' of Marshall, Texa*, and Mr*, j This city administration has caused ims and son of Dallas, crash- to be done several neat jobs and one p into another car three miles |t of Mineola Monday afternoon, toping the three occupants of the sd car and four out *f the five roek who were riding in the ot-h- big job in street working. Many sharp corners which ave always handicapped traffic have been wid- ened. curved and banked which will make driving more easy. The fin- oar. I est piece of work has been done 024 Mrs. Bennett rec...

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

- VNXWN-X-S- - NEW FALL HATS The manager of this store has just returned am Chicago where she made a beautiful seiec >n of New Pall Hats. These Hats are now here fid ready for showing. Come in and see what is being worn this season. tsrimt-r'cnEiJCBWflnnBiaaauaBnBBiaia in a a a mi a a n nw a aM ■ IJ *jui.ii-h i i i a a aa We have several exceptional good bargains in Touring Cars — Trucks, and Coupes. If you are at all interested ia a Used Car it will pay you to see these before you buy. Just received anothei Chevrolets. carload lou can get yours now & A CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE MINEOLA, TEXAS jnrnrnrr mcrga'pnas a JIIIIIBB THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE'S ALLY This Store and Her Telephone What a convenience and a saring of time to step to your telephone, call U6 cr 58 and know htat you will get promptly whatever you order. Try it and see the quick service you get. ■PHONES 146 AND 58— W. 0. WILLIAMS & 00. —SINCE 1996— % T MISS THIS OFFER ' £L When It Breaks I Call on us. We weld ...

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

'%k-?:* /•■ m:§m* -v.^7 \ Biil ■ iM,A rilMsiMf " 'v -.■ • ■>>. -,- •••• t„ f > •% *$ i' KPigDLA Come take a Ride - ^r£cM«niMl Transportation HEVRO / and you will know why Chevrolet ii f/irst Choice of the Nation for 1928/ W- > ■ &X&B- v Si&j; g- • • gi- One of the most spectacular achievements in automobile history is the manner in which today's Chevrolet is increasing its margin of leadership as the world's larg- est builder of automobiles. Since January 1st more than 750.000 of these Bigger and Better Chevrolets have been delivered to owners ... and a single demonstration will tell some of the reasons why Chev- rolet is first choice of the nation for 1928! Come take a ride! Experience the effort- less handling, the supreme comfort, the high-speed endurance which have been such important factors in the sensational popularity Chevrolet is enjoying in every section of the land. Learn by sitting at the wheel of this great new car what amazing performance is now...

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

in V; ,-t . i'r; "•i vt* <■ .'sr '•' • v :■">:.«*•-t *. * , . ', THE M1NEOLA MONITOR MS ^C'3:-W§j The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at ;xas'" hV.d!':ii'"ithe' A'fet Mineola. T'ex of Congress, March 1879. R. H. darixiway, Editor anil Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. i J. H. BAKER REPLIES TO WYLIE KITCHENS In lasts week's issue ot the Wood County Democrat there ap- peared an article from Wylie Kitch- ns who " also ran for Represen- tative in the first primary, saying that he would suport Judge R. M. Smith in the second primary. He gave as his reasons that Judge Smith was an "Old School Demo- crat" and was supporting the Dem- ocratis nominee for President, and that he was the only candidate in that race that was doing so. Since when did Mr. Kitchens' political re- formation come about? Certainly it has been since he quit the Amei'-.cord ican Party and since he supported Geo. E. B. Petty against the. Demo- cratic nominee in 1922. It is com- mendible in...

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

■ ™■ < m ■ •*; -V- VSR MINEOLA MONITOR •;• ■ t I PSiiftd $ (SPECIAL TRAIN Labor Day Excursion EL PASO and Juarez,Mexico 3 FULL DAYS IN EL PASO n? Gas 19c Oil 20c 25 ROUND TRIP Don't fail to visit Juarez, Mexico just across the river SPECIAL TRAIN STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS, DINING CAR AiSD CHAIR CARS. LEAVE GRAND SALINE 5:21 A, M. SUNDAY, Sept.2nd Arrive El Paso 7:00 A, M. Monday RET I) R NI N G Leave El Paw 9:00 P. M. Wednesday Make Your Pullman Reservations Early Slisrht'y higher fare, good returning on am train within limit of ticket. Go and enjoy the any wonderful attrac- tions of the border. THE TEX hS iL PACIFIC RAILWAY Miss Ouida Puckett of Hainesvii'e; LOT FOR SALE: On. Graham St., spent last night with Miss Alamo ^ East Mineola, Size 75x220, water Laminack. , already piped, shade trees. Apply to D. F. Gressett, R.F.D. 3, Box 409 Rufus Bailey has gone to Baton Rouge, La. where he will visit his son, Edward. —; , Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cam are sper.d ing their.vacation this...

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

VS3 mi MIKEOLA MONITOR Daily. , ///£)' (/n« millions of miles Most of your friends own cars. At least five out of ten have driven for the last eight years or more. This year's car is probably their fifth or sixth. They know engines; they know what to expect and, more important still, how to get it! Experience such as this accounts for a large part of the daily millions of miles safeguarded by Texaco. And it is this same practical knowledge which is rapidly influencing new thousands of motorists to change to this finer, more dependable motor oil. For Texaco Golden Motor Oil provides positive protection for all types of engines. With full, heat- resisting body, it prevents friction and maintains proper piston-seal at all engine-speeds and tem- peratures. Its clean, clear, golden color is a visible guarantee of purity and finer engine performance. FULL BODY IN ALL GRADES THE TEXAS COMPANY TPXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OIL I m m > Give herthej*as? with the power that ...

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

if 'PP mmm TSB X\ - E: ! X v THERE'S NOTHING LIKE 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 everv day and that's O «/«/«/ 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 aaBggSi- . , I We have many attractive types of Dining Room Suites. SELLERS OF BLOOD SEEK TO UNIONIZE "Bleeders" Want to...

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

NTFDR •j < frt ANNOUNCING THE COMING OF THE C. E. STONE COMPANY CHAIN STORE NO. 30 AT MINEOLA, SOMETIME DURING NOVEMBER, WE ARE ADDING THE THIRTIETH LINK IN OUR CHAIN OF STORES NOW SERVING TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA. IT IS WITH PARTICULAR INTEREST THAT WE OPEN THIS THIRTIETH STORE IN MINEOLA, FOR IT WAS HERE. THAT THE PRESIDENT OF THIS CHAIN STORE COMPANY. MR. C. E. STONE, BEGAN HIS MERCHANDISING CAREER, SOME TWENTY YEARS AGO. HE STARTED WITH THE BIG FOUR DRY GOODS COMPANY. AND WITH THEM HE GOT HIS EARLY TRAINING IN THIS LINE. SO, HE HAS PROCURED THE PINK ENGEL BUILD- ING FOR A LOCATION, AND T \ MAKE WAY FOR THIS NEW STORE, THE PRESENT STOCK OF MERCHANDISE WILL BE SOLD BY MRS. ENGEL. AS FAST AS POSSIBLE (AT VACATING VALUES). WHEN THIS IS DONE THE ENTIRE STORE WILL BE RE- MODELED, MADE LARGER AND HARDWOOD FLOORS PUT IN. THE ENTIRE FRONT WILL BE MADE INTO THE ATTRACTIVE FRONT THAT GRACES ALL STONE STORES WITH SPACIOUS WINDOWS AND A BRIGHT INTRANCE ■. AS SOON AS MRS. ENGEL CAN DISPOSE OF TH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

"V--J ' iff ' t ; JV- ' Vvi*' .... *<V *$- «*# Rv The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. IIINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1928 NUMBER "2 LEGION AIRES ATTEND TEX ARK AN A MEETING WITH MINEOLA BAND m m m MORNING FIRES DESl ROY 3 BUILDINGS-BIG LOSS • -• '■ Fire which wTas discovered in the Abney Hotel at six o'clock this morning completely destroyed the large frame structure together with its contents. Com- ing as it did am such an early hour while many of the guests were still sleeping, the loss of the personal be- longings of the guests and proprietor was practically complete. There was little or no time to save anything. F. P. Abney, owner and operator, was in bed when the alarm was given, JC[J The origin of the fire is uncer- tain. It is supposed that defective wiring between the first and sec- end floore caused the ignition. The loss was estimated at $12,000 counting both the fixtures and " ■ ■ building. Ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

. .. • MMH,.' /'I 'i THE MINBOLA MONITOR Contiuued Irom Pag© One be, to your way of thinking, plenty of corrupt minds in Wood County, Suiter passed himself was in ef- , , . * o. -e-i j o t. for vou nave been trying: to con- fect, no reports were filed. Such ■ - . negligence was punishable by a fire' vince the people we are trying to of from $10 to $100 in the OKI-j Put something over on them" when GINAL law, but this paragraph whs j it now begins to look like omitted from the AMENDED I.AW.'Jhe tables have turned and instead therefore, under the law the Judge j it is you who have been tiying to wishes to say is enforceable, tV.e Put something over on them. If such Commissioners could work 5 or 25 j was not the case, why then did you days, and draw their salary without I as you were one of the best civil making any affadavit they had work, lawyers in Texas, go to Austin at ed full or half time. We ask Judge the expense of the taxpayers of whether or not he ever read one' Wood County a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

-if' THERE'S NOTHING LIKE BEING CONVINCED 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 on Carrugat- ed Iron. Listen, 29 Guage, 77 pounds to the square, and only $4.25 per square. How many, please? 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 We have many attKact-ive feywes of Dining Roam Suits. OVERSTUFFED LIVING ROOM SUITS MANY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. Brand New Furniture for Livin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

5 f *./ Mr. and Mrs. C. McDcuffal of Greenville, La., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J H. MoDougal of the Hainea- ville Community. FOR SALE Six fresh Jersey Cows •with young calves. Heavy milkers. Will trade f6r dry cattle. Set E. F. Story. 2 mile? south of Mineola. C. H. St Clair of Ft Worth and W. C. Witwer of Dallas, cotton deal- ers, are in Mineola looking aftcri their interests^ FOR SALE. 1 Four room house. Lot 75 x 135. $1000, 10 per cent down. 2 per cent per month. J. W. Cage. 24 41 Misses Maud Avis Scoprg'in, Fern Gibson and Amy Lou Scocrgin of Golden spent last week end in Mine- ola with Mrs. B. F. Scoggin. R. T. Bradford has returned fr m a vacation to Colorado, California, Seattle an<; Salt Lake Gity. He re- ports an excellent vacation. Workers who feel lazy, languid. )lue" or discouraged should t'ke a dose c: • Tonic * '.at gets result* quickly. 1-uta "pep" la to you. SrUx lOc pier bottle. SoUSfn CTIY DRUG STOKE lue or discouraged HERBINE 6 66 Cares Chills and Fever, inter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

nn Pi%r M • THE MINEOLA MONITOR Golden News Mr. Ray Brittian of Ennis w^s visitor of friends this week. Mr. J. R. SonendriJ^gr left Mon- day for Alba to be with his adught- er Mrs. J. T. Jones. Mr. German Adrain returned Tues or Accidents! siton hand. uqoia BOROZONE Powder The Neva Powerful Antiseptic For Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Bruises. Sold by I CITY DRUG STORE DR. ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry CITY BARBER SHOP —For Service V. V. BLALOCK, Prop. TOM PARKER W. B. BACON Y. L. GRAVES Shingles Good Pine Shingles at $2 per 1000 at the mill, 2 1-2 miles from Mineola on Hainesville road. DAN RUSSELL Route 1 Mineola, Texas day from q visit in Ft Worth with his brother Mr. Easton Adrain. Mrs^ Owen Walker visited Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Robinson, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Jim Wilson, Jno. T. Robinson. Thurman Dowell and Douglas Ggie- wood were Tyler visitors Monday afternoon. Mr. Everettg Patton, son and daughter, Winifred and Francile, of Tyler wer...

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