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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1928

w. - fY - I- 1 \ • • #. ; • 1 r ;. j, THE MINEOLA MONITOR «ti LABOR DAY EXCURSION tf1 TO 0A1LAS OR FT. WORTH VIA TEXAS PACrFIC ROUND TRIP Tickets good on trains 3 and 23 leaving Mineola early morning of Sept 3rd. i Limited to return on any train arriving Mineola * before midnight Sept. 4 (Except trains 2 and IS) FOR PARTICULARS CONSULT W.E.MORGAN Ticket Agent ] Choice lots for Sale. J. W. Cage Mrs. -T. M. Ashworth has recuper- Miss Willie Power made a visit'ated after a few days of sickness- to Dallas last Sunday. ! She is back with Sisler s Store. | Mr and Mrs. Ellie Reeves have 1 have some fine lumber for sale l returned from a trip to Dallas. taken trom an old house. Mo.-t Sfiss Mozelle Park spent last any type> Seeme- Nat \ ance. ;c wee}^-end with Miss Estelle Penix Mr. and Mrs. T. Penix were at Hainesville. Mineola visitors Wednesday. Thev J Mrs. A. P. Buchanan and children are contemplating moving: to town.' have returned from the Ozarks Mrs. H. W. Meredith has returned aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 September 1928

tZf) HHSllPS WMm V v . .. . .. f-f* • '■' - ■" ■■'■ V j •; ■ The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" & VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1928 NUMBER 25 BE HE SCHOOL 10 sours ivi HUDSON-ESSEX CO. OF MINEOLA SHOW RAPID EXPANSION FEDERATED STORES IHNEOLA SCHOOLS OFFER THE REST IN JUVINILE EDUCATION Few, if any, small cities in Texas " offer better facilities for the edu- cation of the boys and girls than Mineola. Considering the faculty none show a better equipped nor more sincere group than does the Election Return Ofncial Returns of the t/emocral- ic Run-off Primary In Woor Coun- ty, August 25, 1928. The Democratic Executive Com- mittee mot Saturday, September 1 in Quitman, Texas, and official can- vassed the votes of the various boxes in Wood County of the run- off election v. hich was held on Aug' ± lanj- HAVE LINK HERE matter of chain stores much talked of in recent authorities state that the Hudson- bi, the ...

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

THE MDiEOLA MONITOR HAINES VILLE NEWS Health of the community is very good at present. People are very busy gathering "the crops. We are in need of a good ram yet, the showers of last week seemed to have just passed us up. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gann. Holbert and Marie Pucket. and Hilda Dyess spent Sunday night and Monday witn their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Penix and Pos- coe visited in Mineola Sunday. x Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Cole spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Stan- ford and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. and Johnnie Turner spent Sunday with parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Turner of the Concord community. Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Laminack and son, Trevoye of Mineola visited in the community Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dyess and daughter, Oudia spent Sunday in Mineola. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penix and family of Dallas are on a fishing trip and also visiting his brother, T. H. Penix and family. Mr. Johnnie Turner and Miss Es- telle Penix attended singing at Con- cord Sunday aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 September 1928

-m THE HIDFEOLA MONITOR \ i The .rtmencan Champion WRTGHFR'S NOTHCE Mrs R. T. Jones -was appointed Public Weigher by the Commission- er's Court tn fill out the unexpired term of h^r husband, R. T. Jones, This term expire? January 1st, j 1929 at which time the newly j elected weight will take his office, f Mrs. Jones has appointed me her 5 deputy and T wiii weigh the cotton I until January iFt, 1929 and I ask | all my friends to como around 'J | see ine. W. Z. ENGLISH This is a photogiapfi of Daisy Aggie Ormsby 3rd, a Holatein-Friesian COW, who holds the United States championship a? a butter-fat producer over all ages and breeds, rler record is 1.28GV4 pounds of buiterfat in a year. Many other fine Hoist "ins wiD be or effsplay at the Southwestern fWiry Show at the State Fair of Texas, Oct. 6 to 21. Texas is just beginning to learn what a wonderful dairy country It is destined to*be but the knowledge is spreading fast and one community after another is encouraging the farmers to wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 September 1928

I ■'r>l Jk* 1 i € • f I , JL -1 %B! THE MINEOLA MONITOR mm Ilie Mineola McnitorilZ^^^™) Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. ft. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, ^^Lfisoc. Editor-A dvertisine Mgr. ^ jON the firing line The Primary Elections are novv over. The attitude which the public holds towards contesting candidates is now a matter of history. The winners are no doubt jubilant over the results, the losers probably fee], the natural depression of defeat. It is no time now for gloating over being on the winning side nor for bitter criticisms towards the win- ning opponent. This was a Democratic Primary in which the majority should ex- press their opinion as to the proper candidate for the General Election in November to represent this Dem- ocratic Party against all other can- didates of all other parties. The pledge was given by each voter that the choice of the majority should be his choice in November. This pledge wil...

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

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 September 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR T Ti. CULLCS? CALL AW AI 'ONFEC TIONERY LUMBEK COMPANY i rs MjNiiOii \ c-yy.- j PLETE IN MATERIAL j E. B. Cullom of Mesquite, as bought the Callaway Confection-i One of the largest umber com-] ery the past week and will take a. panies in Texas ha^ a most cotn- , ANNUAL \V. M. I.'. MEETING I IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the said Grover C. Hams AT MINEOLA. SEPT. 20 tiv charge of that busines: 3,1 Cullom is a hrother-ir- Luvenzo Callaway, vviv f> owned this business. Mr continue the confectione ,}iv lie same name <>f t ;-c lonery. . i plv:ce Lunt-v-r yard ha- been >"g oup >nn-v!y ! many years. It ha> Cullom ; con-pares favorably ' ry un-! much larger cities a y Con- ] able to care for the n ever sboulc she- U n Mineola a yard wi ath yards id it is fulbj • is - x Minioh- I The annual metieng of the Har- mony Association Auxiliaries will ! ha held in the j at Mineola, > 1:45 P. M. 1 I e l rat on tht ui the 2: Hyr irst Baptist Church t. 20. beginning a...

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

m L tm M.. Si fta pg IS 11 ' 1 m f v # yft'■ pp.. #V;' ■e9# P' E- if; TWB fttWKOLA MONITOR K7." m m GA., NEGRO EDITOR AND MISS. NEGRES DENOUNCE DEM PARTY A* artieel written by Bcscom N. Timmons, Washington, D. C. Staff Writer of the Times Herald, Dallas, and a national authority on politics, discloses some interesting facts of the attitude concerning the position which some of the leading Southern i anteeing up in regard to our Jim Crow laws, the South are turning to Hoover and segregation of the negro, and mc.:iy | his supporters. Following is the laws which frown upon the negro j article as written by Mr. Timmoms: equality in the South and it is sup- posed and admitted in most quar- ters, tjhat. if thy Republicnas are successful in November that laws will be passed by the next Congress which will bear out the promises which appear in their platform gaar- the negro rare liberties Republicans and their negro man I and making it possible feo attend the agers in Georgia and Mississipp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 September 1928

THE MBCEOLA MONITOR Nrtice Trustees and Teachers HOY SCOUTS MEE1 SELECT THEATRE mummiiimeimiimiimMjii - ■ !l| nn«« «r At a meeting of local trustees j and the County Board it, was unani j mously voted to start all six month j schools on the l.r>th day of Oof. i f'eas ! make arrangements to you-- * hool on that day if it six month school. P. E. White, Co. Supt tart | P> MILLER'S NOTfCI Tr.r Mineola GriM p * j busine- Satuvd: at new building < age, on highway. W. Read the Monil r ad; Mineola Boy Scouts met Tues- day night at the Baptist Church in a "round-up-meeting" to make :or the fail work. During the hot summer months most of the boys have been on vacation, but with the return of- Scoutmaster C. E. Nesbitt the hoys will again, be active and plans are being made for several > week-end hikes. ! wiil be Three scoots have moved away Sept. Sth, and places are now open for five Lott Gar- new members Caldwell.' The next, regular meeting will be I Tuesday, September 17, and al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

m 83?:; ^PP?! M k3 #/ f Cz? l..l^Ji*l.:¥W^I.. 1_ J. ..-^jr: -^pj. -4/r^/vT M #/ ..vf- S The Mineola /Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53 MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1928. i ■*... J mV-H t */ ?> r^s, •r ;■: V*.' /-:"' i -it'*<: . Ur v--'1 ■ i < <' MMBER 2T- m, — COMMISSIONERS FAVORAB 0 y ROSS-GOUMTY HIGHWAY XRAY AND DIAGNOSIS CLINIC IS ASSURED SI MINEOLA MEDICAL SOCIETY Mineola Physicians And Dentists Combine To Organize Medical Laboratory And „ Employ Resident Technician Culminating a movement a- mong the local medical fratern- ity which has been in the process of development for many months. The Mineola Medical Society an- -nounced today that it would es- tablish within the next few days an Xray Laboratory and General Diagnosis Clinic. A purchase of the best Xray machine has al- ready been made and it is now in transit to Mineola, This mach- ine has every necessary attach- 11 ment., including the fleuro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

:) : THE MSCE0LA MONITOR v-e Mineola Monitor: I b-e su-li. *e extend the invitation to trticora:1 x member o£ the Moni- j tor family at once and phone 25 Entered at the posteffice at |tpda;. to send you a paper next Mineola, Texas under the A..'t v<-e.^ of Congress, March 3, 1879 R. H Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B Cow .-in, >..£03. Editor-Advertising Protect The Chiidren "*0 the ordinary father or •motlier the atimonitu: "Protect The Children.1 is hardly timely lor it is taken for grantea tthat all children in this section are subject to the grex.ast protection. Without intending to arouse the school authorities id an argument and not wishing \t> become in- volved in a heaitd discussion, fcut at the same iixle firmly in- trenched in tha . jitememt which shall follow in rsgard to offer- ing fit protectio n j to the gram- mar school chiloirfii, and especi- ally those who I' ve, at a distance — ! CTA.TION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS In the District Court of Wood Counjy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

M m p m AN ORDINANCE ii Defining tfhe fire limits of the City of Mfaeola. Texas, regulating the character of building? and im- proMcyncnt? that may l e erected therein, and prescrfbing penalties for the violation thereof. Be it ordained by the Bonn] of Commissioners of the City of Mm- eloa, Texas:— SEC. I. That the folowing 'ins- cribed lots (or part of lots). blocks (or parts of blocks) and the pre- mises shaH constitute the FIRE LIMITS of the City of Mineola, Texas: BEGINNING AT THE North East corner of Block No. 7 on W. B. L. of Pacific Street and S. B. L. of Kilpatmk Street: THENCE Westward with the S. B. L. of said Kilpatrick Street, cros- sing Johnson Street and Line Street to a point on W. B. L. of LiT ' Street immediately opposite the S. W. cor- ner of Block No. 6; THENCE West t« the W. B. L. of Lot No. 8 in Block No. TO; THENCE Southward with the W. B. L. of said Lot No. 8 in Block No. 70 to the S. W. Con- ner of said Lot on N. B. L. of West Broad Street: THENCE Southward, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

W- % THE BONBOLA MONITOR iminJ . w ' : : GOOD WARM CLOTHES I,That make for comfort and wear, are exaetiv what we in. I We have just received new i Sweaters, warm Undereloth i\ Shoes and other necessities : We invite your patronage. lipments in Fall dresses E. D. SCOTT I THE MONITOR INSTALLS NEW MODEL 14 LINOTYPE SETTING MACHINE With a £aod deal of satisfaction ; just installed carries at one time edityifc of The Monitor an-j four sets of matrices—controlled the installation of a new ! from a standard keyboard of 14 Linotype. The mech- \ ninety keys—and gives the opera- i§ specially equipped complement of type faces enables us to serve effici- the large number of persons look to our publication for eifltghtment and entertainment, nd who patronize our job-printing department. PRECEPT TO SERVE NOTICE TO SUBSTITUTE ORIGINAL. AP- PLICATION TO PROBATE WILL ESTATE OF CALVIN BISHOP) DECEASED. NO. 1523) Pending in the County Court, of Wood County, Texas. THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

pit .# «S( m fm MS iirasi KP Wpt] 1 * "«TT - .;' £i*. WfP AN ORDINANCE I O ining ttie fire limits of the of Mineola. Texas, regulating character of buildings and im- - prca^pients that may bo erected ; therein, and prescribing penalties tor the violation thereof. "Be it ordained by the Board af Commissioners of the City of Mi - eloa, Texas:— SEC. 1. That the foi^wing de*>- .cribed lots (or part of lots), blocks # (or parts of blocks) and the pre- mises shall constitute the FIRE LIMITS of the City of Mineola, Texas: BEGINNING AT THE North East corner of Block No. 7 on "W. B. L. of Pacific Street and S. B. L. of Kilpatrick Street: t„ THENCE Westward with the S. B. " L. of said Kilpatrick Street, cros- sing Johnson Street and Line Street to a point on W. B. L. of Line Street immediately opposite the S. W. cor- ner of Block No. 6; THENCE West t« the W. B. L. of Lot No. 8 in Block No. 70: THENCE Southward with the W. B. L. of said Lot No. 8 in Block No. 70 to the S. W. Cor- ner of sai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

'-•V ' It THB MINKOLA MONITOR *«•.:■a bjuuuu *juu& "** " ■" ■ « ■ "** ■ ■ JUL«JUt -^ ra.sAE ^t^utJimxnixu ' MOD WARM CLONES i Ilia i Hsske for comfort and reliable S y I wear, are exactly wSiat we sp ecialize : ID. We have just received new shipments in Sweaters, warm Underclothes Fall dresses Shoes and other necessities. : We invite your patronage, E. D. SCOTT ClTtiiI'smmm:inrrir .->nrtrr hii tr . nnmnnrninmimniH ni l nm nnn PRECEPT TO SERVE NOTICE TO SUBSTITUTE ORIGINAL AP- PLICATION TO PROBATE WILL PIANOS FOR SALE THE MONITOR INSTALLS NEW MODEL 14 LINOTYPE SETTING MACHINE k Jp" K U iV: ESTATE OF CALVIN BISHOP > DECEASED. NO. 1523) Pending in the County Court, of Wood County, Texas THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable oi Wood County, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- ED. That you serve the following Notice ami Motion by Publication as the law directs: CALVIN BISHOP ESTATE To All Concerned: You will take notice that at the October Term A. D. 1928, of the Cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

L - f - : - ' ^T^"S V'.'- w F,* ^ "•"■ ' THE Ml ! CHARMING, ALLURING, DAINTY I fcl 2 i'r m SBM i £ . S:T' IT - -O.V _ an iTh'V §SPSTi| xwm Distinctively individual in apearance, designing and work- manship, reflecting the art of Master Designers and the ef- forts of Expert Seamstresses. Truly the most outstanding, line of Wash Frocks today. \' Every woman should be the proud possessor of several of j; these dresses, and surely the price is so exceedingly low that < J one may choose to their hearts «ontent and scarcely miss the money. SIZES 14 to 46's at $1-98 and 2,98 6. L. OHAPPELL 4- ? -vV> -s£- The Yellow Jacket **;, ^°.Dntrfe' f HAINESVILLE 'Mineola; Ruth Russell, Mineola: J i Maud Avis Scoggin,. Golden; Lera I j Maye Scott. Mineola, Sybil Scott, j Health of the community is . ,iLPne Pine; Warren Shipp, Mine- very good at present. La 0ia; arre] shirey- Lonc Piae; I Cotton is all, almost opened ani busy finishing MANY TRANSFERS— GOLDEN Mildred La Force. HEADS LIST Fo^ce. Jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

m a J& JlL 9 —m AN AMERICAN CAREER aU'RED EMANUEL SMITH, waa Z]m born in an old tenement at 174 Jul* South Street in New York on December 30, 1873. This tenement was almost under the Brooklyn Bridge on the Manhattan side. His father, Alfred Emanuel Smith, and his nother, Catherine Mulvihill Smith, Also were born In New York. Like ]Woodrow Wilson, he was the grand- con of immigrant stock. While Smith's grandparents were born In Ireland of true Irish stock, Wilson's grandparents were Scotch-Irish. Smith had but one sister, Mary, now Mrs. John J. Glynn. South Street was a river-front thor- oughfare from which the little boy saw the masts of sailing schooners, and watched freighters, tramps and other work-horses of the sea come ' laden with the wealth of distant lands and pour it upon the wharves that teemed with life and movement when the ships came in. Below Brooklyn Bridge, wrapped in the mantle of the night, is the dark blue sheet of the East River, sparkling with the flickering...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

rf... WR? h. I TMH HifMLA MINIMS jA-iS.. |J I ifSS • I R t T V T J t Y X X T ? T T X t i 1 X X X t Y T T T X X X X X J ? X X X X X X X T t X X € A CITY OF OPPORTUNITY R I I Located in the Southern part of Wood County on the Texas and Pacific, International-Great Northern, Mis- souri Kansas and Texas Railways and at the inter- section of U. S. Highway No. 80 and State High- way No. 37, is a city of approximately 3,500 people. It is surrounded by fertile lands adapted to farming, dair- ing, fruit, berry and truck growing. Our schools are second to none in the State; five religious denominations have churches here; a modern water system affords an unlimited supply of deep well water for commercial and domestic uses; among its public utilities are listed an ample supply of elec- tric power, ice and natural gas which are avail- able at very reasonable rates. The city maintains a modern Sewer System, Street lighting System as well as an adequate fire department. Our tax rate of $1.10 is s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 September 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR r?- IjR&v. mm wmko< College Boys And iiirls Of Terrell Visit tn Mineoia When It Breaks | C>'~ onus. We Weid my Ikiadl tp.l broken tana A {?roui Terrell, Texas pile a jiffy f fifty students from into Mineola yesterday with a fine baoC and gave a concert "or. 6n^of-; the principal business streeterof Mine- ola, The ntirpo.se ofif this im- promptu vi/lt was /o ■ advertise recently from Thorp officially by Forres!;, who address in behalf ,Acy damaged insi fbr.ck to work t y oxy-acetyleti. wcl If it's too big t ii briffcg m„ we'll COpi? put and do if on the sgojjj ■ "neola M/shine Shop ^ C. SJfTH, Prop. the New T^rrr moved to j Springs, 1 The ' < Its Pret:idi made a of the A. C clyf, formerly director of the Ola Gray Mare Band of Brownvrood directed th° band. Miss Mary Elkins, of the college, sang several songs to the delight of those who had gathered to listen. Thorp Springs College opens fc>r this t-Qrm nest Monday. Coast Officials Visit Mi neola M B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

f$fe onitor A NEWSPAPER, M0F THE PJEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" ¥0L. 53 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, I«28. NUMBER 28L s : I. D. CAP,LOCK RESENTS NEGRO LOVING STAND "LET THE NEGROES MARRY WHITES" PRES. SAYS.* One of the strongest advocates of prohibition in Texas is none \Other than M. D. Carlock of Winnsboro. He issues a statement the past week, published iii The Winnsboro Weekly News, in which he emphatically resents the mere mention of intermarriage of whites and negroes as advocated by the president of a negro Col- lege in Washington, D. C. and who is strongly supporting Mr. Hoover lor President, the man who plac- id the negroes on the same level as the white women, in his cabi- net department. The Monitor says Amen to Mr. Carlock's opin- ions. The article follows: To The Hoover Democrats:— This letter is addressed to those of my friends who are contem- plating leaving the Democratic party and voting for Hoover for President. I am as strong for...

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