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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

JM;! ■gm\ henry MOStxGlV/TZ. U.:t pi; ■TO#: 1 i ;•; •••* r8lu. .*C chapter Ill Politics in city is m"ch mors c-7 as all the year around profession than in the country. While in the country the political neophyte busies himself getting out the registration and the vote and distributing campaign litera- ture his activity generally is limited with the space of time covered by the primary or convention canvasses and! the general election campaign. In the city it is vastly different, and this is particularly true of New York City, where the Democratic organization i3 the envy of municipal politicians the country over. "Al" Smith entered politics in 1SD5. His entry was made in much the same way : ,s most other city youths get & start in public affairs. He joined a political club. It was the Seymour Club in the fourth ward of the Second Assembly District. It was organized as a social club and often was spoken ot as an anti-Tammany club. It was anti-Tammany only in sense that it op- pos...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

IS a i * t ❖ ❖ $ V ❖ ❖ ❖ t T t T ❖ f V ? X T X ? ? ? I T t f ? f t | J X J ? I T f ♦ f X X i j ? ? ? t THE MINEOLA MONrr&l M I N E O L A PUBLIC SCHOOLS Enjoy the reputation of being one of the highest accredited schools in the state. It h a s 24 affiliated credits with the State Department of Education and is one of the 1.24 schools of Texas who are members of the Southern Association o f Accredited High Schools. This rating entitles its graduates to enter any college or university in the South without an en- trance examination. At the present time there are 71 graduates of the Mineola High School attending col- leges and universities extending from California to Massachusetts. In addition tothe regular academic subjects, cour- ses are offered in Latin, Spanish, Home Economics, Book Keeping, Typing, Short Hand, Commercial Arith- metic, Music and Expression. Extra school activities include football, baseball, basketball, track, tennis, girls basketball, glee club, choral club, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ORANGE JACKETS G&GANIZfc ! BASKET BALL GIF.LS REPORT j Miss Liiiie B Bean.met with the Basket Bali girls last week for ore.iMiaatioR. Trie prospects were: C^liie Tom McGuire, Vada Mur- phv. Agnes Tomlin, Zelma Bart- GET YOUR NEXT permanent from Mrs. J. C. Land, Grand. Sal- ine. 28 4tc Yea! Ifea! The ectare cansp'us was rioted by a gayTy cJnil group of girls famously known as the 'Orange Jackets' las-, wees School ieu, Ruth Campbell, Paul Lee Pre- spirit is personified in the rollick- c?c.e Maud Avis Scoggin. Maud tog cheer-1:; and r,rf>Wl colors, j lctv Robinson, Frankie Chreits- Pifty ,gills met to organize a j berg, Mildred La Force, Vivian "Cheering Gang" for the purpose Moody, Bonnie Faye Smith, Tacy of developing school spirit, and Bnmer, Josephine Callaway. Mild- to support the Foot Ball team red Peacock, Pearl Bailey and and other athletic activities. The Porter Lee Fleuelien. chosea uniforms are orange j sweaters, white skirts, ana trench ; caps—th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

> ' ■PI-' i ;.-v -t v'V--^ \ >' r;« - ' ■.-.■■ ■'. ■ fwf R? ! • THE MINEOLA MONITOR <A The Yellow Jacket F SCHOOL HAS EXHIBITS AT TYLER FAIR Tyler commenced her annual Fair Monday. Mineola has sent exhibits for three consecutive years, and will sent one this year M. H. S. won prizes each yaar. Y-J SNYDER TO LEAI> Y. S. GRIBDERS Charlie (Red Snyder will "oar!-: signals for the Yellow Jackets this year. 'Red" is a first year such a charm for Manual Humph - man, and promises to star as his reys and Quientin Hearn. brother did. He is a brother to , Y-J Hubert Snyder, ens of the best Audrey Fae Rountree was a all around gridders to ever don winnsbcro visitor last week. the orange and white for M. H. S. Y-J Y-J { Ruth Russell visited Lorraine ADDITIONAL LIST OF STUDENTS WHO LEFT FOR COLLEGE In last week's Monitor there Perdue cind Miss Lillian Story, j appeared a list of students from two Tyler High girls. They re- j Mineoia who are attending some presented the Cheering Sectio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

■■ U< THE MINKOLA MONITOR liie Mineola Monitor 5 Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3. 1879, Herbert Hoover electors," he cle- ared. ! The delegation arranged with J the headquarters for speakers to j be in Wood County during the next four weeks. R. H. Garraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan. Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Sen. Sheppard Speaks mi mill .« M MMKf umin DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President: ALFRED EMANUEL For Vice-President: JOSEPH T. ROBINSON For United States Senator: TOM CONN ALLY For Governor: DAN MOODY For Congress: MORGAN C SANDERS For State Senr.. r: THOMAS G. POLLARD For District J a i ,i;e: J. R. WAR vJN For District A . riiey: WALTER C . RUSSELL For Represent ive: J. H. BAKE For District Clerk: VIRGIL SHAW For County Judge: N. T. SEAY For County Attorney: V. B. HARRIS For Sheriff: A. H. JOLLEY For County Treasurer: HARMON SPRUELL For County Tax Collector: R. P. WOMACK For Tax Assessor: BRYAN ZIEGLER For County Clerk: ARLI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

* ill mm :ffi —For Service ... ' - • if - ft'«l ■ M r b'V V. V. BLALOCK, Prop. TOM PARKER W. B. BACON V. L. GRAVES cation to probate tSe iasr^P^IMBHHHHHHHp|ei^^th ed the same, make due return ESTATE OP CALVIN BISHOP) Calvin Bishop, deceased, will be: day 6F IJI^emoerW^. 1924 the to the October Term of County DECEASED. NO. 1523) ; presented to the Court, and the I Court house of Wood County, Tex- Court of Wood County, Texas, t" Pending in the County Court, same will be presented to said | as, was destroyed by fire and the Given under my hand' and seal . of Wood County, Texas. court. I THE STATE OF TEXAS Estate | To the Sheriff or any Constable In j of Wood County, Greeting : Tex S YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- To the Honorable W D. Suiter, .follows, to-wit: r!D. That you serve the following Judge of said Court: ' "Estate of Calvin Bishop, De- | Notice an: Motion by Publication Now Comes John Harris, exe- ceased, In County Court, Wood <►<>_ 'as the ?av.- directs: cuter named in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 September 1928

the good people of Mlneola for their many deeds of kindness shown my daughter, Madie, dur- ing her sickness and death and for th6 beautiful floral offering. May God's blessings rest and abide with each of you is my prayer. Her mother, Mrs. Rosa Ramsey, DeKalb, Texas, Rt. 6 Bx. 6. Our great money saving Sale begins Friday at 9 A. M. You can- not afford to miss this. Secure one of our large double page cir- culars. The ENTERPRISE, Winns- boro. • WANTED: Burlap Bags in any quantity. Mallorv Bros. W •; v $1 US in the One t^e: with other outstanding features. THE ENTERPRISE, Winnsboro. meapolis, 28 2tc & | V ft V, Permanent Waving by the most approved methods without injury to hair. Mrs. J. C. Land, Grand Saline. 28 4tc - ♦- — Upward of 18,000 men are em- ployed at the Oakland-Pontiac factories affiliated Fisher Body plants at Pontiac, Mich WE PAY $1.20 dozen, sewing apions at home. Spare time. Thread furnished. No button holes. Send Stamp. CEDAR GARMENT FACTORY. Amsterdam, New York....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 October 1928

"t* The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" ,VOL. 53 MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4,_ 1928. NUMBER 29 7LER LIONS WIN BY TWO TOUCHDOWNS IINEOLA TEAM BATTLES BE- FORE THE POWERFUL TYLER CLASS A TEAM. Annual Meet Harmony Ass'n. Quitman Oct. 8th. SUGGESTED PROGRAM Annual Meeting of Harmony Association Quitman, Texas Monday. October 8th Meeting the powerful Class A team of Tyler here Friday after- noon the Mineola Yellow Jackets jlayed a promise of a real Class B football team, though the local lads were handicapped on account of experience, a majority of the team playing their first regular game. Aaron, halfback, had up to this game, never played a game in his life. Mineola's line held strongly against a ramming backfield for Tyler but was weak on her ends and in the forward passing department. Time after time the heavy Tyler fullback Stevenson lunged the line for no appreciable gains he faired better when he took to the air. ...

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

m-- ipi • Mb'' l-iz m m > THE 1UNB0LA MdNWOR The Mineola Monitor; G0LPEN Entered at the posioffice at Mineola. Texa* ur.der the Aet of Congress, March 3, 1879. F H. Carraway, Editor and Owner -1 B. Cowan. Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. DEMOCRATIC TICKET . c -IFor President: (£ 4 ALFRED EMANUEL SMITH t For Vice-rrcsident: JOSEPH T ROBINSON £ For United Stale Senator: fc TOM CONN ALLY * For Governor: jfc DAN MOODY ,2 For Congress: MORGAN C SANDERS For State Sena- •: THOMAS G POLLARD For District J«- ,e: J. R. WARr .N For District At.orney: WALTER G RUSSELL For Represent;* ive: J. H. BAKEri For District Clerk: VIRGIL SHAW For County Judge: N. T. SEAY For County Attorney: V. B. HARRIS For Sheriff: A." H. JOLLEY For County Treasurer: HARMON SPRUELL For County Tax Collector: R. P. WOMACK For Tax Assessor: BRYAN ZIEGLER For County Clerk: ARLIN BOYD For Commissioner Nrecinct 2: GUS BOG AN 9 $ A Business Getter The word "halitosis" does not appear in dictioneries printed 15 years ago. But...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 October 1928

w m •«■• ■ MINE A ' 5 PUBLIC UTILITIES Mineola maintains an up-to-date municipal water system, well distributed throughout the Corporation Limits and in some instances extends beyond the limits of the City, its source of su m1 jeing three deep wells (600 feet or more in depth), furnishing an abundance of pure soft free-stone water, analysis of which shows it to be 99.3 per cent chemically pure. This water is furnished customers at very reasonable rates the monthly minimum being $1.00. The City also owns and controls a modern sewer-system, distributed throughout the City Limits, amply adequate for present and immediately-future needs. The Latex Gas Company serves Mineola with natural gas, their mains being laid so as lr> give service to practically all parts of the City, and their monthly minimun is $1.25. There k little if any chance of Mineola ever having a gas-shortage, owing to the fact that supply comes direct from mains leading from Louisiana to Ft. Worth, and passing throug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 October 1928

iiniMiiiiuiiHiiiimiMiiuuiiiiiittmHmifHiwsHiiHitiuitttuitnitmHiMiHHHiiminflttKflitffinfitiiiiuiiiHniiiiiiiiititttwwtminiitHiiimmiwraHnB' I I ■ Fall and Winter Hats Now Ready QUALITY UNEXCELLED PRICES REASONABLE Colors and materials that blend with the new Fall frocks. My customers must be pleased MRS. H. 0. ROGERS Mineola, Texas PRECEPT TO SERVE NOTICE TO SUBSTITUTE ORIGINAL AP- PLICATION TO PROBATE WILI * ' • : * ESTATE OP CALVIN BISHOP) DECEASED. NO. 1523) John Harris, Petitioner, j Bosemanfe Cathey, Attorneys, for Petitioner. | Wherefore, applicant prays that service of this motion be had as 'required by law and that you up- ,. . .. _ , _ . |on hearing hereof applicant be ■v. Pending m the County Court, ° , ... , - of Wood County, Texas. substitute said ap- THR STATE OF TEXAS probate of the To the Sheriff or any Constable , , f avinh .op' e~ of wood County. Greeting: cea£ed' and ior such other and YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- ED. That you serve the following Notice and Motion by Public...

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

mma mmm- "texas and Pacific Excursion to Sunday, October 14th. id Trip Rate $1.75. See the The Mineola Cotton Compress sceived over 12.000 bales to date. 4 WANTED—Hear from owner good farm for sale. Cash price, par- ticulars. B. F. Bush, Minneapolis, Minn. 28 2tc v Read the Monitor ads and save. * Onyx SilkStQckh the Newest Colors The golden tan* and the pinkv ran*, the soft neutrals and the mauve casts , fashion demands them all for the neve season. And here they are. In lovely Onyx Pointex Silk stocking*. f . <> Burnt Beige—a warm, aolden tan like sunlight in the woods. Cuban Sand—Very subtle, this softly neutral tan that one tan * *• wear with anything. Rote Mom—the new pinky tan that Paris just adores. Reverse—a misty mauve, chic, n sophisticated, and deci- dedly new. Smart for ♦> both daytime and evening. JjjjjffiijPPg BROOKS' MILLINERY & GIFT SHOP WANTED: HATCHING EGGS— pure bred flocks, large breeds, R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks, Wyndotte, Buff Orpington, Cornish etc...

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

■C5! )NITOR NEW HOPE Our community was made sad twice last v/eek, when the death angel come on Monday night and took from our midst Grandma Roberts and again on Thursday and called Mr. John Pennington. The bereaved have the sympathy of the community. Mrs. McKiney and daughter. Opal spent the week-end with Mrs. Belle Fouse. Mrs. Annie Fouse and daughter Opal, left Sunday for Oklahoma. where they will visit relatives. Ronie Fouse and family came xn Saturday to make this their home for a short while. Mrs. J. V. A moss and daughter and Mrs. W. R. Phillips and son W. R. were guests at the home of E. T. Tosh Sunday. Everette Phillips and family and Herman Phillips left Sunday for Hall County. Folks your presence would be appreciated at Sunday School every Sunday morning and at prayer meeting on Sunday night. Mr. E. D. Fouse is slowly re- covering. We hope he will soon be able to be out again. Ronie Fouse and family and Jim Fouse visited E. D. Fouse Sun- day evening. Charlie Johnson of Gla...

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

PPjBBj s-wi mm- ' t| 'i\'" *V:\ , • ' fM- v'\*' THE MINEOLA MONITOR e Yellow Jacket | YELLOW JACKET STAFF COMPLETED The Yellow Jacket Staff lias an selected. Here they are— 1928-29. As your editor-in-chief. IP am proud to be associated with lose selected. Juanita Vandiver been chosen as Associate-Eai- tor-in-chief. Juanita is a Junior id the fact that she is an A-l tudent and does every thing Well, particularly qualifies her for ?this position. As Social Editor. Juanita Huff will find this post to the satis- faction of all. Jaunita is a Soph- >more, one of the Pep Squad lead- srs, a member of the girl debating sam. Making good grade is her "hobby." Frankie Chrietzberg, a dignified senior, hails from Golden. This is her first year in Mineola. but she already has the M. H.S. spirit. Girls Athletic Editor she will give report of the girls' activi- [•' ties during the Basket Ball sea- son. Frankie is also expecting to be a member of Miss Bean's Basket Bail Sextet. Kelley Bruce, anoth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 October 1928

TBS MBti&OLA MONITOR that safe feeling Which comes from having a bank account to rely upon repays one for making the effort to accumulate one. It is never too late to start J. H. McDougal was in the of- fice Saturday and paid his sub- scription for another year. — The Mineoia Mattress Factory is rearing to make orer your mat- tress or sell you a new one. Phone 157W. Elliott & Tull. 29 4tC — For Rent: I have two unfurnished rooms for rent, Call Mrs E. J. j Courreges. Phone 218. ! Every day 17,000 pieces of maii are handled in the offices of the Oakland-Pontiac Motor Car Co. If you want your hair treated without injury see Mrs. Land. Grand Saline. 23 4tc f I one. II #1 Put yourself in the class of thdse who are prepared for the rainy day. Safe Dependable Accomodating mineoia state bank m : You may pay rent all your life, but it won't stay paid. . .1 Kv K00?S<M^ ROUGH-HOUSE ROOFS! % When yon put a roof on a place you figure that its going to stay there forever, just like a W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

PAGES The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" t*.- M. VOL. 53 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY TEXAS, OCTOBER 11, 1928. NUMBER 3D. Complete Curb And Gutter On Broad Street B. Schwartz Of Dallas Buvs Engel The work on the curb and gut- ter on East Broad Street has been finished and the street is now Pi well drained and has a very much improved appearance. The pav- ing which was completed several weeks ago has also improved the Street and makes it one of the 4 prettiest in this city. , | Brooks Millinery Advertises Sale The stock _ of Pink Engel has ■ been purchased by B. Schwartz ! | of Dallas and has been moved to" the Stafford Building across from • the Select Theatre where Mr. Schwartz has opened his store. The Engel building which has been leased by C. R. Stone Co.. is now undergoing repair and will be ready tor occupancy 15 th of November. ; Mr. Schwartz is an experienced Dry Goods dealer of Dallas and statei store FLOOD WOOD 00. WITH REPUBLIC- AN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineoia Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Act Congress, March 3, 1879. F. TI. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan. &SSOC. Editor_Advertisin?r Mgr. im*""B * * m 11 i g 11 s a ti mi" 3 ' *11 * DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Fresident: ALFRED EMANUZL SMITH For Vice-President: JOSEPH T. ROBINSON For United Slat's Senator: TOM CONN/ ELY For Governor: DAN MOODY For Congress: MORGAN C SANDERS For State Sena :r: THOMAS C POLLARD For District J ige: J. R. WAP EN For District Al rrney: WALTER C . RUSSELL For Represent.;, r "ive: J. H. BAKEr!, For District Clerk: VIRGIL SHAW For County Judge: N. T. SEAY For County Attorney: V. B. HARRIS For Sheriff: A. H. JOLLEY For County Treasurer: HARMON SPRUELL For County Tax Collector: R. P. WOMACK For Tax Assessor: BRYAN ZIEGLER For County Clerk: ARLIN BOYD For Commissioner Nrecinct 2: GUS BOGAN mock before his customer realized , that ho h:id no change The p.iper j was sorrowfully handed buck to the news...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

/ ' i c-'-;y ^ ; n < .JflJJIWU, W . . f , . ■'" ■' , J mMv. ■■-%". ^ mm*! v"t? sptii', THE MINEOLA MONITOR SEBSraRSfi "t-'f / J?, Bb ® ■■■ IP ' I Ik* .'• , THE YELLOW JACKET MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL EDITORIAL Editor-in-chief Associate Editor-in-chief Social Editor Girls Athletic Editor Boys Athletic Editor although she wears a blue and white suit, she still loves the Or- ange and White. We are glad to hear also, Ruth, that you en- joy the Y. J. Ruth says she MISS SUMMERS VISITS IN WASHINGTON STAFF, 2528-29. Ruth Russell Juanita Vandiver Juanita Huff Prankie Chrietzberg Kelley Bruce gain this year. Mrs. Jennings gave lectures on how a dairy is to be run. We suspect i a little foreign language as she formerly taught that language in It won't be lor spooks, and ghc-t: Friends in Mineola have recent- ly received letters from Miss Mary enjoys it, because it makes her | Summers, who is now visiting in;M. H. S. The class learned a lo homesick—it should cure that. ! Washington, D. C. She is o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

" r.v- TEX MBCEOLA MONITOR To The Democratic Voters returned to rials country but he did. ret, know whether he was a expect him to do it. If it is en- ' forced it will be by the Democrats '' Democrat cr Republican. He first | Just how any Southern born dem- •, ,——— • ' «•' • served under President Wilson and ; ocrat can think of quitting the As some, of you are contemplat- js now in the cabinet of the Re- : Democratic party and voting for iajg. quitting the democratic party • publican President Coolidge. He \ Hoover and his Chocolates, you afid voting a republican ticket, it; seems to be anybody's dog that j must remember when you do so will hunt with him, and he is, in j that this is the same Republican appeal of all segregation ordin- ances in the southern states? The Republican party stands against these laws and ordinances. So you can take your choice the Democratic Party is a white man's party and always will be. Do not be deceived but remember this 2^ who this° marf Hoover ^ w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

?:3 W THE MINEOLA MONITOR yyu Illimi1'111 mm mm LADIES' NEW DRESSES? Overcoats for Men and Boys, Dress Coats for Ladies and Misses, Men's and Boy's new Suits. These have just arrived this week at my stdre and I can more than please you in these lines. Don't fail to see them. I know I can save you money on these pretty new goods. E. D. SCOTT fw xUNEOLA OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE • No. 565?! ; MINEOLA STATE BANK at Mineola, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 3rd day of October." 192S, published in the Mineola Monitor, a news- paper printed and published at Mineola,- State of Texas, on the jllth day of October, 1928* > III /. 'i i; •' RESOURCES ' Ifcoans and discounts; undoubtedly good on personal ; or collateral security $ 143,759.36 Loans secured by real estate, worth ,3^,least twice the amount loaned thereon* 39,122.50 Overdrafts, undoubtedly good —-rr-. 5,383.39 Bonds, stocks and other securities 46,300.00 Bea| Estate (Banking House) — — 27,800...

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