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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

THE MINSOLA MONITOR •#< 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 any Constable of Wood County, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- ED. That you serve the following Notice and 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 County Court of Wood Coun- ty, Texas, the following motion to substitute the original appli- cation to probate the last will of Calvin Bishop, deceased, will be presented to the Court, and the same will be presented to said court for probate. " No. 1523. Estate of Calvin Bishop, deceased. In County Court, Wood County, Texas, October Term, A. D. 1928. To the Honorable W. D. Suiter, Judge of said Court: Now Comes John Harris, exe- cutor named in the last will and testament of Calvin Bishop, de- ceased...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

>MER!GAN CAREEU CHAPTER V went to the Assembly with of accomplishing a grent ] his first year was one of disc-uir- lt to him. A story is tolil th-.r i his first night at Albany be spv-r.t ' time with another new Asperr.'.,:~- Tom Calliu, who repre^cntc'. th*? District, whivh adjoined j I's district. He suggested to Cnl- i that they mi.dit pre;:*::b!y *, time looking over som> of the I : last session with the idea cf ig more about their legi;;'.ativ. ibilities. Most of the bills were a very puzzling nature, as they e to some ether bill or act not led and then proceeded. AS'n v By had looked at a number of such JBBiHs Smith is quoted as having s.:i l: : *"I can tell a haddock from a hake by the look in its eye but in two hundred . - years I could not tell these tLir-gs from a bale of bay." There are two theories of Smith's ; submerged first service in the Assem- bly. One is set forth in Smith's state- ment to his friends that it looked as though he would never make his mark, be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

THE lUHEOLA MONITOR * *rv*mr^m^r'°aari'Z'>'r*■ STARTING TOMORROW I Our Semi-Annual Introductory Sale OF THE FAMOUS ' i! •5 !l R ii a ;i i SISLER'S MINEOLA, 1 EX AS llen-A a ry ii |] at special low pricings Regular Stock Merchandise in Newest Fall Styles Sale Ends in one week. To introduce ALLEN-A Hosiery to many new women, we are staging our great Semi-Annual Introductory Sale. (Sponsored by the Allen-A Company during National Allen-A Week.) Every hosiery number in this sale is guaranteed to be the very newest in Fall styles and' shades of finest Allen-A quality. Many styles are worn by Movie Stars. All are nationally known for both exquisite and very long wear. A few of the exceptional values are shown here. We urge you to come in early while our stock includes all styles and shades. This special Sales Event end^ in one week. Now e i! - Iraf © rmed Men. are As! ning for vS^iis of Broad- reek Stripes and Herring fc . . . These una i had only at this exciuoivuv no v.._ to raon \vc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

OL. 53 p* s •• ■a"'\*v m x.., l&( . *|M* PPPS * ■ -■.y ■ ■■•v" H ' ''" •1; Mineola A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AM) FOR THE PEOPLE " MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY TEXAS, OCTOBER 11, 1928. NUMBER 31 \ MJ SB i-J ^ £ 0. G. P. MEN ACCLAIM HIM William Green, President American Federation of Lsbc Lauds Governor's Record. of UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSED BY STATE FEDERATION 90,000 People in Demonstration at State Fair; Democratic Candidate Acclaimed by Republican Farm Leaders. : Twice in hi3 own State last week, Wid among two distinct classes—the farmer and the labor man—Governor Alfred E. Smith's popularity was so spontaneously and so enthusiastically * Attested, that any lingering doubt of his tremendous strength among these privileged to know him must certainly have been dispelled. Governor's Day at the State Fair at Syracuse, attracted more than 50;- §00 people from the rural districts, and proved to be one of the most Impressive demonstrations ever ac- corded a presidential candidate....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR W- m* i It % ' m m.) Hi-' BUTLER ATTACK IS COSTLY TO G. 0. P. Educator's Repudiation of Hoo- ver Swings Many Votes to Smith. The unqualified repudiation of Her- bert Hoover by Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia Univer- sity, and President of the Carnegie Endowment Foundation for Interna- tional Peace, has proved, political ob- servers say, one of the most stagger- ing blows suffered in the present cam- paign by the Republican forces. Although many prominent Repub- licans have renounced allegiance to their party since Hoover's nomination, none, it is conceded, has influenced so many votes. A highly esteemed leader in Repub- lican party affairs since 1887, Dr. But- ler has attended every Republican na- tional convention for 40 years. In 1912, following the death of Vice Pres- ident Sherman, who had been renomi- nated, Dr. Butler became the Repub- lican candidate for Vice President. He was one of his party's most prominent candidates for the nominatio...

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

■MflV m THE MINEOLA MONITOR ?EE MINE L A m East Texas' City Of OPPO NITY IlifflRSPlilH Is made up of a citizenship imbued with the spirit of "LIVE AND LET LIVE." For over fifty years the informal and democratic cus- toms of its people have built up a spirit of congeniality that has erased all trace of cast and class and has made neighbors of us all, neighbors who understand each others problems and who by cheery words and helping hands have displayed that real spirit of co-opera- tion so vital to the upbuilding of our town. There are practically no people of wealth in Mineola, nearly all of them being wage earners. Fortunate in that they are not burdened by excessive taxation and that the cost of living is exceptionally low, they have been able to live comfortably and well and at the same time to divert part of their earnings into savings. To a great extent these savings have been put into homes, so that today Mineola is largely a city of homes and happy, contented home owners. Stab...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

'W^'i 1HE MIMEOLA MOMIVIR iiiiii!in!iii:iii!HDi!iuiiiiiuuiini!!!miiiii:i:i!niHiRii!inmatiniiinnfliniR It is Convenient ito Know That you can get any service you need for your car at one place. We are ready to serve you in Car Washing, Car Greasing:, Cleaning your car by Vacuum Process. Tire Process, Tire Service, Good Gulf Gasoline. Kelley Springfield Tires and Tubes, Air for Tires, Water for Radiator and Batteries. Battery Service. Anything you want folks folks for car service we have. . i i \ ■ { ? . i i : Come to see us or Phone 13. PATRICK SERVICE STATION iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihhh iii ' ii iiiihiiiiiiii miimi i ii ii M urn iiuiiiiniiiiii iiiiiiiiwiiwiiiiiMwiiiiiiiiiiiiimii"flwniii IV.O. W. Has Great Faith In Future of Texas Mrs. Irene Bricker is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Klingaman. Mrs. Bricker is the mother of Mrs. Klingaman. She lives in Des I Moines, la. Read the Monitor ads and save. Never Failsl Never FmUtf To Drive Worms From WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Destruction to the Worms...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

V' THE MINEOLA MONITOR )RTED DARWIN TULIPS !WANTED: HATCHING EGGS— I have a very limited amount of Holland gown Darwin tulip bulbs, of the finest varieties and choici- est colors, 24 bulbs for $1.00. 50 bulbs for $2.00. 100 buibs for $3.50. Plant fall bulbs in your garden now for Spring beauty. These are the best bulbs on the market and sell everywhere for twice this a- mount. Mrs. Hubert, Thomas. Phone 212W. pure bred flocks, large breeds, H. I. Reds, Barred Rocks, Wyndotte, Buff Orpington, Cornish Game, etc. We will begin hatching about ; Oct. 1st and want to arrange for {purchase of eggs for entire sea- ' son. Write us what you have or i come to see us at once. Dairy Cattle JadgXtg- Contest for Boys to io Helt\ at State Fair of TexaJ MINEOLA, HATCHERY, P.lineola, Texas 57 tf '■■niniinin'iiiiiiiiumnnminmmiuniiiimFiuiiniiiimn n v \ i "Who will be the next mistress of the White House?" "And what will she wear?" Come and see the beautiful display in our window all this week, showing ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

♦ THE MINHOLA MONITOR NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WOOD Tto those indebted to. or holding claims against the Estate of G. L. Vance, deceased. The undersigned having been duly appointed administrator of the estate of G. L. Vance, deceas- ed, late of Wood County, Texas, fyy the County Court of Wood County, Texas on the 10th day of September 1928, at a regular terra of said Court, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate to <come forward and make settle- jjnent, and those having claims ;against said est Ale to present sthem at Mineol.t, Texas. This the 17th c. y of September 1928. J. D. HARFI3, Administrator of the Estate of G. L. Vance, deceased. STATE FAIR OF TEXAS m ^Milliondolkr flatty DALLAS OCTOBER 6to 21 X . 1 / QUICK ADJUSTMENTS SAFE INVESTMENT WHICH —protects the Home. SOUTHWESTERN LIFF INSURANCE CO. W. E. REYNOLDS -Over First National Mineola, Texas CITY BARBER .SHOP —For Service T. V. BLALOCK, Prop. TOM PARKER W. B. BACON V. L. G...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

Sfi" pfe i#' Hk &#- TME MINEOLA MONITOR my mmmlimmwm ^f>V; ^ ■ -> y ' • , MC<! ifeL . w- -.\ • ^ ■. . ■ .. '•>' -W, i ^'UV v! • •• *• • •'' /^AMB '•' /'ft -« /*' f5" v* 'C :V';; '-i't y <^\ ir^ YMV" "' ' • ' X ' jJHh > '•^ VM;v'v- 'v i'i|L V my \ ^ ^? --V <f * ' >#'1/1-- 'Wfi pm/S \ )!t \ W/ \ />$4) ir wsi>s^sai /< 4 • /f f M ( r-'\ 'l it fi!ii!i\ NwifI fa I If | 4/ ,r \If I1'1// it ! I, V. I It ill / / ntei //>'/ m\w i (■ riii! IISm^ r T] , ^HERE is nothing like- it— nothing quite so thrilling as the instant f obedience of a seasoned polo pony—unless it is the smooth, unfaltering power response of the new and better Texaco. A different gasoline—the gasoline that forms a dry gas. V V V Wherever ycu see the Texaco Red Star with the Green T drive in for the new J and belter Texaco Gasoline and the fuli-bodied Texaco Golden Motor Oil. THE TEXAS COMPANY texaco petroleum products The NEW and BETTER TEXACO GASOLINE m ¥J?y p- - s $'tr' i • ',i ti h&a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 October 1928

■T " r -r^' " - . , Vs- > THE HINBOLA MONITOR l!!1tiiiHit'IU1tiifiillHMItlli IIUtluHtffifllBRunHMl llfilliiilillBf 1 Brooks' nillinery & Gift Shop Mineola's Exclusive Millinery, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Gift Shop COING OUT OF BUSINESS The Sale Wiil Begin Saturday, October 13th AND CONTINUE UNTIL THE STOCK IS SOLD 1 e are postively going out of business. This is absolutely a bonafide selling out and we will make prices that will do the job in short order. Our reputation is behind every statement in this advertisement and you can be assured of our desire to maintain this priceless asset in our dealings up to the closing hour of this selling out event. OUR STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AND FIXTURES TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST A SACRIFICE OF ONE OF THE BEST STOCKS OF READY-TO-WEAR AND MILLINERY THAT HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY. ALL SALES FINAL. NO EX- CHANGE, NO REFUND, NO CHARGE. After 15 years' service to the people of Mineola and Wood County.! am g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

iiR * % S' w.' The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" V * 1 - W-' iV • ;< St# | ■ * r .: -• 1 ■ . s Vol. 58 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1928. NUMBER 31 Attends All-Texas Banquet At Fair Miss Mabel^Reicht of Hainesville and George C. Reeves of this city , attended the All-Texas Banquet given by the Exhibitors of the State Fair last Friday. Blimp RS-1 Passes i ALLEGIANCE TO East Over Mineola DEM, PARTY SftY Monday Night Baker, made a similar speech and I declared that he was voting the Democratic ticket straight. He | said that he had been misquoted : as to his position and that he had been accused of declaring for Hoover in a meeting in Winns- boro when he stood on a proposi- There On its way from San Antonio' One of the most tumultuous ^on made by Frank Norris of were approximately 1000 people in where it had participated in the j meetings to be held by the Wood Ft Worth as to how many present attendance. Over 100 items of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

■MffiSsil "• -;.■ X' ,' ■ :■ raspy f% ' • w< •S-V if J THE MINEOLA MONITOR r#l *♦♦♦**•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ * o «•#- I. ' V our captain is ever ready to lead and Josephine Callaway—Perhaps his cohorts into battle. : others Truman Jones—There with a —— Y-:-J "bang." I GOES T-; FATHER Edwin Whit,ten—'Red' is a flame j J. M. Ashwori.ii oi Hie Sisler of the gridiron. ; Store, 1:; Dallas attending his Y-:-J j father who is seriously ill there SQUAD SPORTS NEW CAPS j in a hospitrl.. An operation on The Pep Squad has received j his father C. W. Ashworth is ex- their new caps, and sported them pec ted. C. W. Ashworth ^ lives in for ihe first time at the game Canton, Texas, and is a'lumber- last Friday afternoon. These jnr.n of that city. caps will only be used for the 1 Mr. and Mr; football games, as the Pep Squad 'baby of Range will wear them with their uni- ihe pa? Clola is in c. I A. and yet she says it will "be a thrill of a life time to be a' the Armistice game." SEWING WANTED. All kinds of Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

res Him Right H. Wallace, who was taken the Democratic ticket in th County because the Com- found that he was not sup- porting the Democratic ticket, got what was coming to him. No man who is not a Democrat must be a candidate on that ticket. We hope Smith County Democrats elect real Democrats lor iheir .rep- resentative. H. We are still in the Mattress business and | have just received a supply of ready-made I M A T T R MBTHODIST CHURCH 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Ed Watts went to Mesquite last Saturday on business. Ginners' Notice i 11:00 a. m. Rev. H. C. Willis, | Marinello Facials, Shampoos, Presiding Elder, will preach. ' Scalp Treatments, at Sanitary 3:30 o. m. Fourth Quarterly j Beauty Shoppe. Conference. i — 6:30 p. m. Leagues. j Mr. and Mrs. li ving Kine visit- | 7:15 p.m. The pastor will preach j ed their daughter Miss Margaret; jr. "The Golden Rule." j Kine in Dallas the past Sunday.' You are always welcome to wor- j They attended the Dallas Fail ship with us. I while there...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ilH w INEOLA • ■ ■ ■ - . ■ v . . ; - East Texas' City Of OPPORTUNITY i;j • , ii! \ !C! \t. :• Vi' i ! 1 I ; >'? h\ 1 • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ t ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Offers a wonderful opportunity to prospective home - owners, merchants, manufacturers, farmers and stock and poultry raisers. To the prospective home-owners, seeking a town with all modern conveniences, we offer many desirable building lots within reach of public utilities, and at moderate cost and usually on very easy terms, and this in connection with assistance gladly extended by building and loan associations, affords an ideal situation for the fam- ily desiring to own their own home. To the manufacturer we offer suitable factory sites, with track- age, cheap fuel, water and labor in abundance. To the farmers we can furnish you good farming lands, in tracts of desired acreage, at very moderate cost, in most cases abutting State highway, such lands being suitable to the growth of berries, fruits and truck as well a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

IMS MINEOLA M0MTOR Mineola Laboratory Xray — Pathology Mrs. Roe J. Dickson ■, Technician —Phone 150— WHO WANTS A BEAUTIFUL PIANO AT A BARGAIN? We have in this vicinity a beau- tiful new upright piano with duet bench to match, also a high grade player with bench and nice sel- ection of music rolls. Rather than reship will sell either of these at a bargain. Terms if desired. Ad- dress at once, Brook Mays & Co., The Reliable Piano House, Dallas, Texas. 30-4tc New Line of Columbia Phono- i Jack Kitchens was home from graph Records in my new location j Dallas the past week. He stayed formerly occupied by Blankenship Market, back of the City Drug Store. Mrs. W. L. THOMPSON. three days visiting among his re- latives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bruce of Orange, Texas, are here visiting Mrs. Bruce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Graham. Mr. Bruce is a pro- minent attorney of Orange and was reared in Mineola. He is a nephew of Geo. «Hiiii«Hinmini,lltH„tlulllll>........ nMjljuuiamuimn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

If* S© i IB *®*t*.v. .Mjr^ra , ,|P ,. ,.: THE M1NEOLA MONITOR lliNp' iV nip1*"5. HSS.. The iineola Monitor £HE ■ ■ tfi' He; SB**; V> .:•*/>• r Mr':-" - ■ | m' £ " Nesbitt, John McReynolds, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Emmitfc Cullom, and Mr. and „ A ,.„. Mrs. W. B. Dickson Entered at the postoffice at > ^ q j <j^ Mineola. Texas under the Act ^ixeola'S prize <Ef Congress. March 3, 1879. gate- CRASHER WORKS R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. E. Cowan. Assoc.. Editor-Advertising Mer. X % DEMOCRATIC You've heard oi 'one-eyed Con- j jr .illy' National Gate Crasher.!^ Mineola has her's. W. C. DuBose believes he can crash any gate j : whenever he gets ready to do.so.i jt 'E Last Saturday he crashed the j T Fair gate and then went 1 For President: * -jj ahead and crashed the Vandy- ! Y ALFRED SMAis1 &*-> a- jjjjj Texas Game in the Stadium. He i \ For Vic#-Fr< -<ac:n,: > i is i: """ — - A. Jj; wanted to show some of the boys ; ^ |p j he could crash in, He did. ; £ EACH STOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Miss Louise Fouse spent Satur- day night with Mrs. Irma Mitch- ell. NEW HOPE Most every one is through pick ing cotton and the children a- bout all in school B. A. Wilson spent the week Arkansas Mrs. A. B. Hopper Bro '7u t? Phillips and wife were the 5=3* d- i l I • w ulO CONCORD Granama Tucker ana oaugnter Miss Minnie oi Rhonesboro, Tex visited in the home of Georae onie Mabus and fain unday. Tuckei of Mi week. OF Misses Emma ai were visited their Nepliev and , Weaver in Tyler Tm Miss Mildred Sullivan aunt's ias& wees, ami aima Woou. Mr. and Mrs. W OOu /tor Blake of 'ith Mr f Hain- coffee andfimnit Goes/ fresh Strong Full Bodfed mSxse Ufi from. inviofor BamRoa r.TSSKv"; 11 It? «$J Sif -'t tililA I E. F. Tosh and family. Lila bus and W. R. Phillips Jr., the guests of J. V. Anioss family Sunday. Charlie, Alvis and Marvin Wil- son all spent the week end Arlington with relatives. Several from the community concord spent Sund attended the Dallas Fair Sunday. an(j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 October 1928

I f the mineola monitos C. C. >'.m Duncan. Okla.Tj He will .tfjtyrn bcjin* Friday. None but. beauty ex- J pert? at ; Beauty Shoppe.! Mr. and Flynt were | at the Ffair Sunday. Mrs. V/IO Went ,uid son are in Tupelo, Mfeft, for an extended visit. B, L. Chappell and son were Pair visitors last Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Cage and Hiss Billie Bom ar have been in Dallas for the past week. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPEC- IALS Everything sold at a reduc- tion cn these dates. CITY DRUG STORE Jack Touchton of Konawa, Okla. is here on a visit. Mrs. Touchton has been here for some time. FOR SALE: 1928 Whippet Coach. Real Bargain. Joe Burkett at May- field Company. ltpj GET YOUR NEXT permanent from Mrs. J. C. Land, Grand, Sal- ine. 28 4tc && D £ >*£*** A Statement to the Public I 1. W. Baldwin, President of tfcff MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES Freight Rates WHY ride your tires to the danger point? When we will allow you every cent your old tires are worth ymd give you a brand new set of FEDERALS at the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

, v- p%" rv / % A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOB THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 25, 1928. NUMBER 32 ARMISTICE TO BE CELEBRATED BYTHRONGS Plains and preparations arc bo- ing completed for the 10th an- nual County-wide Armistice cele- bration in Mineola which vrill take place Monday, November 12. This affair has become an insti- tution in this part of the state, attracting thousands of visitors all sections of East Texas, and -plans are being made to ac- comodate the largest crowd that has ever attended one of these celebrations. The idea that has prevailed in previous years of having all entertainment abso- lutely free of cost will be followed again this year. The plans as first announced •have been changed to some ex- tent. The original plan to have the fire works and sham battle and the presentation of an auto- mobile at night have been chang- ed. The entire night program Tvill take place on the down town streets of Mineola and will con- ...

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