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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

'.j&H •• -I H#,. H¥\ •4V mm* THE GOLDEN P« And Mrs. Herbert Butts and erf Amarilla, Mrs. Minnie and daughters, Mozelle and of Bellefont spent Satur- tx Mrs. W. C. Dowell. , Weston Sheppard who has In Clovis, N. M. at work in railroad shops, returned home lay on the account of his health. Mr. Q. H. Chapman, who has in Alabama, for quit awhile With relatives returned home Tues day. „ Mr. and Mrs. Willie Chapman re tisrned home Saturday night after a lew days visit in Abiline, Temple and Waco. lilt, and Mrs. Frank Sheppard children were Dallas Fair vis- ttota Saturday and Sunday, i Shirley Robinson spent the week WW in Dallas with Mrs. Owen Walker. Mr. Scarborough spent the week ith his home folks in Wolf Ciyt. After a few days illness, the death angel called ' at the door of Mr. and Mrs. Deniiams , Tues- day morn and took their little son, Robert to his reward. He was ill only for a short while. Everyone was shocked b3- yond words wher hey hoard the word that Robcr was dead. He wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ; •V-.j iW hvi 1 • %wW Ml EOLA East Texas' City Of OPPORTUNITY Enjoys the distinction of being so situated, as to be the railroad center of the County, being at the junction of the Texas and Pacific, International and Great Northern, and the Missouri Kansas and Texas Railroads, thus making Mineola the Gateway Of The County as to both freight and pass- enger traffic. •I# i ft The Jim Jftogg Highway, running from Oklahoma to the Gulf, and Feder- al Highway No. 80 running from the Atlantic to the Pacific Coast, crossing in Mttteola further augments passenger traffic facilities, this City having 'Bore than a score of Motor Coachre daily, running on schedule time, North, East. South and West. f Owing to these facts, Mineola is the logical, as well as the actual concentra- tion point for shipments of cotton, and general farm products, cattle, hogs, and poultry, berries, vegetables, truck etc., and perhaps handles more car lot shipments of outgoing freight than any town...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

IS-fS H- % THE MINEOLA MONITOR IS II Hunter — Hasten Hie martiage of Mr. J. L. Hunt- er to Miss Jewel Hasten occurred test Sunday afternoon, the cere- money being performed by Rev. James Harvey Carlin, pastor of the Methodist Church of Mineola. ^t the home of the bride. Mrs. Hunter is the daughter o. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hasten of th New Hope Community. Mr. Hunt er is the son of Mr. afitf MSS; W. Lv Hunter of Hoard." TltiTMohitpr and their many friends wish for this couple the best in life. Hoffman See W. L. Mineola. Hot Water Heaters. Thompson, Agent for Columbia Phonographs and Re- cords. Mrs. W. L. Thompson. - MID-SEASON MILLINERY THAT WILL PLEASE YOU:- 0-:-0 m il- House h 0 New goods, bought this season and priced to j sell—My stock is always 'Fresh and Clean;' have sold as many as twelve dozen Hats in one week. Quick sales at small profit is my motto. —NEVER SATISFIED UNTIL YOU ARE— 0-:-0 MRS. H. 0. ROGERS -EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY— Mineola, Texas LOST OR STRAYED: Black Horse Mule." A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

ass THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor true in North Carolina may be I true in other southern states. ^ «u . , Just let us get control of the state l 11 the S0340^'06. "I machinery this time and Mr. BSHmeola, Texas under the Act „00ver ta the white or Congress, March 3, 1879. R. K. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. F Cowan. Assoc. Editor.Advertising Mgr. What a Vote For Re- publicans Means A negro by the name of Persons was elected (,o the legislature in North Carolina about twenty- five years ago and afterwards ran for congress but v o.s defeated. He was then given a place in a de- partment at V. hington under the republican a. ministration and is now drawing c. :at salary under Coolidge. He w?.s so elated over the action of t-mator Simmons of North Carolina in forsaking thfe democratic : rty that Persons wrote an open L iter to the Ash- eville Citizen, the sentiment of which every white man and wo- man in Georgia and the South has got to face when voting for the republican ticket...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

^^BEpSJRSBMS \ ^ - for i v }y~ :-"■'T. 1- -; / .-. -.-V "KS^B |g*p|t " ISJ^Sv THE YELLOW JACKET MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL EDITORIAL Bditor-in-chief Associate Editor-in-chief . Social Editor Girls Athletic Editor Boys Athletic Editor w®. STAFF, 1928-29. Ruth Russell Juanita Vandiver Juanita Huff Frankie Chrietzberg .. Kelley Bruce CLASS REPORTERS Senior Reporter Paul Lee Precise Junior Reporter Vandelia Vandiver Sophomore Reporter Cecil Wisener Freshman Reporter Ruth Little Pfet. m CHORAL CLUB MARES FIRST APPEARANCE The first appearance of the Girl's Choral Club, sponsored by Mrs. Kennedy, was made in regu- lar chapel Tuesday morning. The girls were dressed out in their new uniforms. The uniforms are very atractive, and the girls cer- tainly do sing well. The girls are planning to make several trips to neighboring schools during the year. T-.-J JACKSONVILLE NEXT Mineola will go to Jacksonville next week-end for another hard conference game with Jacksonville Hi. Jacksonville has been a Con-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 October 1928

THE MBfBOLA MONRO* The Closing Days Of Our Closing Out Sale:- Find our shelves and counters with bargains unparalleled in the history of sales in Mineola. It is seldom one is able to buy good merchandise at cost—in some instances we are selling goods at less than cost—why not take advantage of the closing business Sale and purchase your Christmas presents now, while just a few more weeks and you will be paying twice the amount for Gifts which we are selling them for—Our Millinery is also going at Wholesale Cost—Pretty and Fashionable are these Rats—Our Dresses we have reduced to below cost—They must go—We must close our business within the next few days. , $7.95 DRESSES DRESSES §12.95 DRESSES Gotham Gold Stripe and Onyx-Pointex Hose at ^ New Fall and Winter Coats—Fur Trimmed—For Ladies and Misses—Must be sold. Carter's Bloomers—All Sizes—Colors:- Champagn, Navy, Henna, Purple, Regular Price $1.95 now for Sox for the Children—Strong and heavy for Winter —all sizes—Regular 50c and 75c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 November 1928

VOL. 5 •; Wk t m • Vat*, e V* tfEWSPAPER, "OF THE people, by the people and for the people €=- X&-" mi S3 I m m. . WOOD ''OTEMB£R is !if| $ v *r.Floll«o H/f rn-/i '<~ - J *.* (i v A.st y xj' •rmi es NUMBER 33, MTR h | * na S ball fa I /? ' J I i I 1it** '& US ; Jl io !; | y :: J iCfC; • : ««?!■ £•" Alfred Smith FJ- - In Political Slr: By Press. eneral - i voters ay ait< ! ma tPC ;lec- Wi k. As the time draws near either Alfred E. Hoover shall bo selected h i as President oi the Unit?; ^Ihformation as to the aeti ^ tical condition- in 48 states can now i.-c rathe r accurately. A: let a careful study of the situation, consulting every ity available includin R-;n as well as Democrats v the •results from the 5 frours of both candidates two panics' leaders Tin has made the foilo v'nc tions as to the nuinbe: - it-oral votes each Candida: presidency will receiw is given by states. For Hoover Maine New Hampshire Vermont . _ "• Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Michigan - florth Dakota...

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

.. THE MINEOLA MONITOR ION GORBIDE I After November 1st, I will sell Union Corbide 1-4 x 1-12 100 lbs. f.o.b. Mineola for $6.50 | You cannot buy it for less— MINEOLA MACHINE SHOP G. C. SMITH, Prop. LADIES FREE TICKET I MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS To See -J. Doug Morgan s Show - —America's Biggest Tent Theatre— 32 PEOPLE Comedy-Drama and Vaudeville—Doors open at 7—Musical Review Starts at 7:30 and Toby's Big Comedy starts 45 minutes later. —PRICES CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 25c— One lady admitted free with each 25c ticket MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS —This is America's Biggest Tent Theatre— —MINEOLA 3 NIGHTS— —STARTING MONDAY NOV. 5— | OPENING PLAY—"CHEATING WOMEN" HOARD NEWS Winter has come at last and it's welcome. The woods are beautiful now with red geld and silver leaves, its as the poem goes—'-Come lit- tle leaves, said the wind one day, Come over in the meadow with me and play." Put on your dresses of silver and gold. Summer has gone and the days grow cold." Some of the farmers are busy, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 November 1928

ftyi'mm K&> : frr'-mmWww v '■T^r Qf- *H > *H .... .^H *H *SH *5H *3M *&H **H *5H 5#H *h *H AH *AH i&H jSH *H *h *H }dH *H *H *H ,* ;t 1 * Wood County's Tenth Annual ARMISTICE CELEBRATION IN MINEOLA On Monday, November 12, 1928 UNDER THE AUSPICES UF THE LUCKETT COCHRANE PDST NO 296 OF THE AMERICAN LEOION AND THE BUSI- NESS MEN OF MINEOLA. immmmmwn W~\ *h E BAND CONGERT 9:30 —10:30 TO ENTERTAIN YOU WHILE THE CROWD IS GATHERING. MEMORIAL ADDRESS 11:00 BY THE HONORABLE ALVIN OWSLEY PAST NATIONAL COMMAND- ER OF THE AMERICAN LEG- ION. fan Eh FOOTBALL GAME 3:30 MINEOLA VS. GRAND SALINE BIG PARADE 2:00 FEATURING CITY, SCHOOL, COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTUR- AL, AND INDIVIDUAL FLOATS. PRIZES To the prettiest car or float representing any school, town or community. $ 7.50 Second prize. $10.00 To the prettiest car entered by an individual. $ 5.00 Second prize. $10.00 Best Commercial Float. $ 5.00 Second prize. $10.00 Best farm or agricultural float. $10.00 To school entering float of...

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

A r: eel member;' Editor Assc See;?. Girls Bo s d:i t> iea hi Wl- -lityj Junior Sophor Freshim HON 01' In or i Honor ; E ill u erage low Cov, ^ ■so Dowel!. ; > Pulgha. m, v Lee. 3 ara Little, r\,i ; Ritch. I •-( I' Simms Van, E Bo v.. - Gra'.v Hon. Jones, Loft, Maiioi Peguc. Rofcer I hh" : Blankenship, Henry Corbet, Bilhe Jean He aril, Josephine Kir: g ston, Doro th v Maberry, Joe Ford Roberts, Perry Warren, MildrsH Fourth Grail* Covington.. J. C. Hartsfit-Id, Jam; - Maliory, Eva Thompson, Paul. Fith Grade Alexander. Snydei Behrman, James Hancock, Rema Knight, Willie Let Pugh, Winona Shipp, Bettie Marie Wisenbaker, Royaee Sixth Grade Campbell, Doiotha Harris. Buddy \ita : rine -J. IT'l-UHV JACKETS TO JACKSONVILLE Anof.h'-r Conference game v. ill i piay-'d Friday in Jacksonville. ;:d the Jackets are preparing to dean up -jvi era" down there. I Best wishes, and may the Yellow ! Jackets come home laden with : glory! :vr;v, IT. S. h the fact .ha any new ?u; lee" IT.a Oliver Evans ...

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

A<- ' A •AfV. M iK;<&.&OLA MONITOR "> *><£<$"$ •>••••*"'••• «k- *• ■ "A'ater Ken- n . /' -. „ N 5t *i mere and wich P-; lit He tank-. Mb, ■> •J) u2*: MIL MTNF/OLA ■j • jzetf i Affiliated :>th State National Avsociations. DO VOiJ BELO?' 7t" H. O ROGERS Wi > ^ v organized I at the h |t "vent:. .. | Associ a.0 headquaii hp- club i'( bf .>a;-<.ry *••• ■«« ■man November | -. .special progr. iinsj has been an fcnis meet- as ioi- S Easy If you 'must use Hammer build a house. i ^;.rr'""x n a ®lWi i It 3! ther< I to p- sp you t I eroR.vv pi _ _ JJ l xf. r)% j. O Li i 8RAZMJr.'I L •y? a >«•<£ i>: J17 £; "The Modern Gcoi Mother s j •jjf I Success Through Self Culture." j & j by Mrs. Robsrt G. Behrman. j Reacting; "The Calf Path," by j 'Mrs. Robert Coleman 1 "The Boy Who Was Not Asham- ed Or" His Mother;' by Mrs. John j _;Cowan. " j "She Was A Phantom. Of De- * ! light," by Mrs Hubert Thomas. £ I Marriage," by Mrs. C. Mallory. ;C | The...

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

m -.'jp ■ :i*x - 5' THE M1NBOLA MONITOR - $■ MSSe r? The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act v.fi Congress, March 1879. R. IT. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor.Advertising Mgr. - .lii lj a.i n_t-ijmJi-,JLrj_Ai.«-jLU>sajLAi'aiAiuiJ-tt. DEMOCRATIC TICKET | ?Fot President: {C ALFRED emanuel smith| (For Vice-President: JOSEPH T. R03INS0N J For United States Senator: TOM CONNALLY For Governor: DAN MOCDY Congress: MORGAN G. SANDERS State Se:j i.tor: THOMAS G. POLLARD For District ." udge: J. R. WARREN District Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL * For Representative: J. H. BAKER District « ierk: VIRGIL SHAW I For County Judge: N. T. SEAY For County Attorney: V. B. HARRIS I For Sheriff: A. H. JOLLEY 4For County Treasurer: HARMON SPRUELL For County Tax Collector: R. P. WOMACK |For Tax Assessor: BRYAN ZIEGLER |Fot County Clerk: 3j ARLIN BOYD t "|For Commissioner Nrecinct 2: IP S GUS BOGAN t 1 \t rrnt m nn;-nnrmi ) ' 11; .■mm i * * rrrj i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 November 1928

p | <: — '\V BP !/<*■ ft. V-' If* THEMINEOLA MONITOR *(P -X'~ - GOLDEN and Mrs. Jim Scoggin of , visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scoggin, Monday. Mrs. Defee and daughter Miss Billie and Mrs. Faye Johnston of Leonard visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Northcutt Wednesday. Mr. C. L. Lee of Mineola was a visitor of friends Tuesday. Miss Virgie Massie of St. Louis, ESTABLISHED x 1859 WHERE ECONOMY RULES IM Unusual BRAND MACAIS/O^MI 3 Pkgs- CREAM CHEESE lb. 29c brand SPAGHETTI 3 p^-z&e 4c TOMATO PASTE . . . ° A€?P Floi&r 2U| L 7$c 4® £ $1 S'7 Libby's sliced Pineapple Z ctJ 33c A&P MATCHES full coumt Boxes 19C ™S TOILET PAPER Rolls Prepared Miistard Quart Jar TOMATOES 60%UAiiTYRD No. 2 Cans IONA PEAS good standard No. 2 Cans I* I HOUSE MILK EVAPORATED Tall Cans 26c HOUSE MILK EVAPORATED Baby Cans 26c Quaker Maid Beans 3 No. 2 Cans PEANUT BUTTER FRESH BULK lb 17c ggjff OLEOMARGARINE * lgc Old Dutch Cleanser . 2c- 15c CANDY BARS AU5cent Varieties 3 For ALNUTS NEW CROP lb. DOMESTIC S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 November 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR i Thero <-1 ,-i or § t VXT **** TV .iil X€? ■ iU'hid 'vO'" BOX SUPER | CHAMPION POTATO GROWER tvir b<\ 3. Box Suppef at j -School House next Sat- j Wednesd : • normru'.. I V7. ?'nt Everyone is invited Clantan, left two Porto yams at the hoi.-.- of the editor ; and thee3 entitle him. to the tiLie f.iPFEJ? AT CONCORD I °Tf ,.?°20 ^^hes °ird Sup])?-! will'be held at k ai?^ School Friday night. The I T, org oo! ::>; SIP ft-HHHORS ■ i ff !: j *. ,r> r ne light i rue -ilKC'i mm I uUL t>W • :''#i iced to Clean;' lats in jc jror- v is my QU \RE / i" O-'-fi— O K ) b.: aUi" FOB. RENT: 3 unfui store j housekeeping rooms. .Phone 241. ::re j.: ago J- * 11 r* ^ ♦. ignt- di G.! 1 - * I • c; \ wiir&Ti I —— ^!WHiTE:;{ "'j (SWA^'-'I £ j.f\j\i$4jtJh.Ik-/ buy See Lon Chaoey Nov. 5th. in 'Laugh Clown Laugh" in bene- fit show ior Moineola Eand. j ^ 111 0. ROGERS ! Jr of Dallas wbrJ2| ng for B. L. Chaoeli || li'ee weeks nas re- h position in Dallas *" . .2,1 Revenue ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 November 1928

"•V: v w .•"•"v. The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOE THE PEOPLE" x VOL. 53 .';. V.' i- MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1928. NUMBER 34 only TEXAS GIVES HOOVER ~ IIHMI1Y OF 7000 Oil EARLY RETURNS While Governor Moody and the en- tfre Democratic State ticket has been elected with the usual majorities, Her- bert Hoover, the Republican candidate for President, will probably carry rexas. The incomplete returns for more than half the vote of the State, ijgive Hoover a lead of nearly 7,000. ?The official count my be necessary to •decide the winner for President in JTexas. Herbert Hoover, the Republican ieandidate for President of the United (States, was leading Governor Alfred ®. Smith, the Democratic nominee, in the results of Tuesday's general elec- jtion in Texas on the face_of return" tabulated ~* jHoover 236,936 [Smith 228,775 All of the remainder of the Demo- • icratic ticket was successful, and all of ithe amendments were carried, appar- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 November 1928

u K'-H V THE MINEOLA MONITOR M 0IHIIII1I vL- f [f Wt';' Lw'r W'-' MID-SEASON MILLINERY< THAT WILL PLEASE YOU 0-:-0 New goods, bought this season and priced to sell—My stock is always 'Fresh and Clean;' have sold as many as twelve dozen Hats in one week. Quick sales at small profit is my motto. —NEVER SATISFIED UNTIL YOU ARE— 0-:-0 MRS. H. 0. ROGERS -EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY— Mineola, Texas ;■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■ «i ■ y «jjj i ■_« « «ti i mniHiiii '• . W-' &£ • CURE YOUR MEAT WITH COLD Farmers are offered use of our cold stor- ■ ■ age for curing home killed meats. Help us give you best service by notifying i : us in advance of your meat storage needs. ING IS BETTER, CHEAPER Ask us for information, YOURS FOR SERVICE, CftHTUPrfTCOlI 0*0 XIill 1 nsiP \ i r -' •« ia\ u>J U i i 1 f f L y t 1111 J nu n r*l T n In naan a ail# 1*1 1 it 11: riiiwfiiaY Li I li « lllii iiijifil l%81 | 1*3* te 1 W32 r: 5 & *3 g ICi 1 STTr OAKLAND - PONTIAC INSPECTION RIGID HOARD NEWS n a p ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 November 1928

5#H *ih .j6H ,*H *IH *£H *H /**H (*H *SH 5&H ^3-J ^H . :., . 14H *£H I'^H *AH 14M bp& f&H Wood County's Tenth Annual ARMISTICE CELEBRATION IN MINEOLA On Monday, November 12, 1928 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LIICKETT COCHRANE POST NO 296 OF THE AMERICAN LEGION AND THE BUSI- NESS MEN OF MINEOLA. Mm*§ BAND CONCERT 9:30 — 10:30 TO ENTERTAIN YOU WHILE THE CROWD IS GATHERING. MEMORIAL ADDRESS BY THE . HONORABLE ALVIN OWSLEY PAST NATIONAL ; ,<f\1§ mr IS 5T A B-flJ m ER OF THE AMERICAN LEG lUli. %■ § !• f f- I " • ' : CV | 1 ill ill IjlJL If f ; • ;;v , ' $, vv;: /^il « ■ /. . ■ ), ^ rs. .<? ; ■ >4 •'>: VUA X \J II .r rn lo the prettiest car or float 'representing any school, C;T ° A A T J.1 .. «... cj^litVl;;v> II 0 tile jpi t'il fa r Aft rj . 1- " \ > t-*'- pin.-?/a 4/ «J c v., ip o4..tviill 531 js.<£C• 1 U'T <■. i0.r *T> * ^ * ~S F?I dlvl.w) best Commercial i1 Uu 'g 5 M Sf-raifl nriw st car entered by an FOOTBALL GAME 3:30 MINEOLA VS. GRAND SALINE BIG...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Face The Music •- After reading the election re- ports from the nation and from our own state, it loks like that everything in the entire country went for Hoover except Wood and Van Zandt Counties. Which means that the Democratic Party didn't ' gef very far this year. Peers to us that Mr. Smith wasn't wanted at all, and that being the case we guess it vill be nothing but right to put him aside and 'saw wood' for awhile. We have to hand it to our op- ponents, they 'fit a good fit' and I won out. There are several rea- i sons why they won and it is not I necessary to mention them for everyone knows by now anyway. ! Wc might add, however, that Tex- j as is still Democratic, the state machinery is still in the hands of the Democratic Party and that means a whale of a lot. Then too there are 200,000 voters in Texas Martha Lee Beauty Week IN MINEOLA, TEXAS NOV. 12TH, TO 17TH We are pleased to invite the ladies of Min- eola to visit our store during MARTHA LEE BEAUTY WE...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 1||K' W'M R. A. TRIGGS us my mm store SPECIALS ON DRY GOODS LOWER THAN SALE PRICES. 36 Inch Brown Domestic 10c yard 27 Inch Outing- 10c yard 32 Inch Rayon Suitings 25c value 19c yard Ladies Fashioned Hose Silk-to-Top, Pointed Heels in all colors $1.25 value 85c pr. Men's Heavy Bleached Winter Unions $1.25 val. 98c pr. Come and get our prices before buying your Dry Goods— R. A. TRIGGS Cash Dry Goods Store Mineola, Texas r- STOCK MUST BE SOLD At my closing out sale we are giving the peo- ple a chance to supply themselves with their Christmas presents at the lowest prices they have ever seen in Mineola. We are actually selling goods far below cost. Why not come in today and get yours. DRESSES NATS GOATS DRESSES $4.95 TO. $16.95 Hats Prices to Close out. Gotham Gold Stripe and Pointex Hose— 39c — 79c — $1.45 — $1.69 — $1.71 Carters Underwear—Below Wholesale Cost. A few week-end bags and hat boxes below cost. Brooks Millinery and Gift Shop 1X£ N IE W MEASURE C-T miLll...

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