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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 21 February 1903

* > \ ' The Mineola Daily Argus. VOL. 1. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1903. NO. 21 :r i i < ; f i t \d i < LADIES! Call in and see our new Shirt Waist Patterns, also some nobby Belts and Shirt Waist Sets, new Chata- laine Belts, etc. ' / Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A. Munzesheimer. Notice to Subscribers. Beginning Tuesday morn- ing, Feb. 13th, all subscrip- tions will be discontinued which have not been paid for in advance. If you appre- ciate The Argus, you will be willing to pay for it in ad- vance. If you do not ap- preciate it, we do not want you to have it. Don't wait for us to ask you for the subscription money, bnt hand it to us when you see us on the street. We have reduced the monthly subscription price from 60 cents to 50 cents, which will be made to ap- ply to all past payments as well as future ones. The weekly price will remain 15 cents a week. The paper is delivered free every morning in all that part of the city embraced in t...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 21 February 1903

i s ){ THE JVIINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Published every Morning except Monday Morning.* Office of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, on Broadway. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six months, or $6 a year—cash in- variably in advance. Application made for admission into the postoffice in Mineola ay Second Class Matter. J. K. FOSTER, Publisher. mineola, tex., february 21, '03. Announcements. City election, Tuesday, April 7, 1903. For Mayor: J. W. McMURRY I. H. HUFFMASTER For Alderman, South Ward. To The Voters Of Mineola: In solicitation of jour support will m y that I am a pormanent citi- zen of Mineola, and will immeasurably appreciate your support. H. C. WILLIAMS For City Attorney: ANDREW. J. BRITTON For Alderman, West Ward: M, S. PICKARD For City Marshal: M. T. CAGE For Alderman, East Ward: W. M. SCOTT NOTICE. The double column article on first page was contributed by the prohibition commit- tee, and is published as paid matter. Th...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 21 February 1903

3 *. ./ 3. * >> «• N EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW In Spring andgSummer;Novelties. We wiillshow this season the "daintiest of Laces/lovely Em- broideries, exquisite White* Goods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics. The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear. : : : : : Don't let the bad T° Our Weekly Exchanges. COMPLETE DIRECTORY OF MINEOLA, I weather interfere—-use: ^illvou be kind enough; the phon,...., deli.., Dry Goods & Groceries. 1 _ H. M. CATE D. G. & CROC. CO.,: G. BROMBERG CO. LOCAL NEWS Work on the new City The Big Four Store has just received a brand new ; delivery hack especially made at the factory. It is; very nice and substantial, j Lay Johnson, col., will drive • 1 the hack, and the store will School building has been sus- ^e|iver °nly, «***?•■ Of Mineola and Surrounding; pended again on account of the lack of the remnant finishing material. Monterey—$9.50. L. K. McKnight, repre- senting Scarff & O'Connor Co., wholesalers of printing mater...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 21 February 1903

MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY. EARI.Y HISTORY OK MINEOI^A. The origin of the name of Mlneola remains an unsettled question. It is said that the railroad people Intended that the town should be called Junc- tion City from the simultaneous con- junction of the two railroads here, but in some unknown manner that name Was defeated. There is a common be- lief among the citizens of the city that .the town was named by a Mr. Burnett of Galveston who, as representative of the Texas Land company, before the founding of the town, purchased tor M cents an acre the land on which Mlne- ola is built, called the place Mlneola in honor cither of his little daughter named Minnie or after some other lit- tle girl or young lady by that name. Mlneola owe# her existence and dstes her origin from the Junction ®f the Texas and Pacific and the 'ntpr- natlonal and Crest Northern railroads, at a point not far from half way be- tween Dallas and Marshall on the weat and east and between Tyler and Green- ville on the...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 22 February 1903

The VOL. U MINEOLA, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1903. Argus. NO. 22 LADIES! Call in and see our new Shirt Waist Patterns, also some nobby Belts and Shirt Waist Sets, new Chata- laine Belts, etc. SHOP MADE RESPECTABILITY. by h. c. geddie. faction, Not many days since there was a bill introduced in the Texas legislature, which was said at the time to have the support of the liquor men, the ostensible purpose of which was to safeguard the public and society against the low dives and the vicious persons who might operate them. Some days later the press contained the announcement from Louisville, Ky., that the "Carnival of Crime" which was shocking that city and the entire country, was the Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- 1!result of a few disreputable-saloons in that town. This H announcement and confession came from the Liquor Deal- A. Munzesheimer. oats, corn, bran, etc. tf. Notice to Subscribers. j Dr. J. H. Gambrell. Beginning Tuesday morn-; We are requested to an- ing, Fe...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 22 February 1903

rw I • * ifi « THE An Earnest Appeal. Church Services. MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Many changes are taking Methodist pulpit, Feb. 22, 'place as usual, people are 1903:—Subject 11 a, w,, Published every Morning except Monday Morning.! moving into our town, and "The Indebtedness of the occasionally one leaves us; World to Its Supposed Mend- Office of Publication: Upstairs,! in"either case, if you are a dicant-Destruction Stayed in the Colloway Brick, member of any branch of by an Unrecognized Hand- on Broadway. the church, it is of great im-A Benefactor's Reward." . .. — .portance to you that the pas- Text, Gen. 30:20. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. ^ tor of your church be apprised Subject, 7:20 p. m., "The 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 0f ^he facts. See your pastor Sabbath, Its Uses, Our Re- ior three months, $3^ for six. an(j j-CGp y01ir reiation to. lation to It and the Atten- va'''t\ri vV mhmvh' ^ ' your church adjusted; it will dent Responsibilities." Text, ^ strengthen other churches in Exodus 20...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 22 February 1903

T , i>- f EVERY DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW In Spring and Summer|Novelties. We wiiljshow this season the daintiest of Laces, lovely Em- broideries, exquisite White Goods, beautiful col- ors in Wash Fabrics, The Most Stylish and Newest in Everything to Wear. : : : : : I. G. BROMBERG & CO. Don't let the bad weather interfere-—use the phone—we deliver Dry Goods & Groceries. H. M. CATE D. G. & GROC. CO. LOCAL NEWS Of Mineola and Surrounding Country, * General Chairman J. M. Birdsong of the Order of Railway Conductors, of Jonesboro, Ark., who is a conductor on the Cotton Belt railroad, visited his sis- ter, Mrs. J. 0. Teagarden, in this city yesterday. Miss Nellie C. Blake is in Dallas buying her spring- stock of millinery goods. Chappell & Harpole wants to buy some large tracts of land near Mineola or in Wood county. - The Mineola Box Mfg. Co. has just received and installed a new re-saw for sawing timber into thin; pieces. Fresh bre^d every day at Robins & Henry'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 22 February 1903

f ! L MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY. EARLY HISTORY OF MINEOLA. located. ev« n beating the railroads to ik place about two month*. a. Joseph * aatiHin. at the east corner of Front and Johnson streets. nowf atauds on the lot where Mr. Graham establish- ed hi* businem. At this time the site of the future city of Mlneola was a perfect wllder- |nees, with very few farms or settle- ments within a radius of ten or fifteen mllea. Wild animals roamed at will over the foreets and game of all kinds was plentiful. I>eer were numerous and venison a common article on the bill of faro. Fn a short time, however, the town became the temporary abid- ing place of a great many people, con- pot railroad crossing, came to Mlneola in 1870. J. R. Tinman, agent of Lh« Dallas News fa Mlneola. came here in 1873, before the founding of the town. W. 8. Henry, now engaged in farm- ing in the edge of Mineola, came here with L. R. Graham In 1878^ T. W. Wren, residing In the west portion of Mlneola, came U> this vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 27 February 1903

v- t 1 ' A / I . . < V A K. The Mineola VOL. I. MINEOLA, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1903. NO. 26 Call in and see our nev/ Shirt Waist Patterns, also some nobby Belts and Shirt Waist Sets, new Chata- laine Belts, etc. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, Beautiful Oil Painting - v .. J Ifmsessss^SBS^^ Spring and Summer Ladies' Tailored Garments w: i.i Oil rE have matle arrangement with tho Oilure Ufa. Co.. Chicago, to cnlarito I'h > fur our Cuolo.-ners. Woirive Coupons with all C-n-h Puroliaso*, uiul when yo I sufficient Coupons to represent $i!5 worth of t Fine Pictures. They pre not cheap work, but would Finest Pictures that can be maile ami are iirst-clas3 in . i , rc 'v i_ < in nnn n<-> s mini • You will appreciate tho Hitch Quality of the Work nn.i tiio I'.xcl-.Mux lie-.uii.yuf the i'i'i.'h] REMEMBER WE'RE STILL SELLING Reliable Morchandiso at tha a-.ime I Prices we have always «ol'J it. 'ith a.l t'M.-h l uroluiHcit, uuc! when you ).mvt u S of trad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 27 February 1903

THE MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Published every Morning except Monday Morning. | Asks for Postoffice* J. H. and A. T. Carlile, Moved to Mineola. J. K. Rucker and family, New Band Music. The Mineola Brass band father and son, of Friend-,including Mrs. Rucker, their has just received some new ' Office of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, on Broadway. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six months, or $6 a year—cash in- variably in advance. ship community, were in | son, Reuben, and their adopt- Mineola yesterday. The lat- ed daughter, Miss Trixie ter is preparing an applica- Needham, arrived in Mine- tion to forward to the post-ola Wednesday evening from office department at Longview with their house- Washington City request- ing the establishment of a new postoffice in his com- hold goods, and are domicil ed in the residence of M. W. Harris, known as the njusic that is strictly fine, such as "Way Down in In- diana," a medley of all the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 27 February 1903

m\ > fcv. To Be Well Dressed is the ambition of most people. There is satisfaction in the knowledge of wearing the proper thing, of late pattern, cor- rect fabric, and new manufacture. It costs no more when you buy here. Ilere you will find the latest Merchandise in every line, at very low prices. We are prepared. Our goods are in. Come let us fit you out. I. G. BROMBERG & CO. LOCAL NEWS Of Mineola and Surrounding Country, If the rains continue a few days longer, our streets will be impassable. A delivery horse bogged clown in the street near Dr. F. L. Jones' residence yesterday looming. John Knight of near Hainesville was in Mineola yesterday and stated that in his 20 years experience in driving over the roads of Wood county, he had never seen them in as bad condi- tion as now. Chappell & Harpoie wants " Co buy some large tracts of land near Mineola or in Wood county. Eld. L. M. Owen will leave to-day for Gunter, Grayson Co., to be gone several days, on the mission forme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 27 February 1903

MINEOLA AND on the flrst storehouse, stocked It with woodland directly between the two! J. A. Calloway came to Mineola in the early history of the town. They Mr. Lankford is also setting out a 20- family groceiles and became tho firtt points to make a good sized ranch. 1881 and engaged in the mercantile left Mineola in the latter part of the acre Elberta peach orchard six mile* merchant of Mineola aa permanent!) W. W. Cox, flagman of the ""'on de- business, organizing the firm of J. A. 70s. and both are now dead, the former south of town; also Dr. 1?. W. Mc- lucatcd, evrn beating the railroads to pot railroad crossing, came to Mineola Calloway & Co. Four years ago he, dying in Winsboro about 19 vears a?o Camlsh has just set out a 30-acre El- the place about two months. Sam A. In 1870. left Mineola and went to Big Springs, and the latter in Hillsboro a'bout live berta peach orchard in the northern Joseph's saloon, at the east corner of J. R. Turman, agent of vhe Danas Texas, wher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 6 March 1903

We Have Wood to Burn—Phone 73. ♦'v. We Have Wood to Bum—Phone ^ The Mineola Daily Argus. VOL. J. MINEOLA, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1903. NO. 32 LADIES! Call in and see our new Shirt Waist Patterns, also some nobby Belts and Shirt Waist Sets, new Chata- laine Belts, etc. Yours for Economy and Solid Satis- faction, A; Munzesheimer. A "CASH" BUSINESS. Have You Sent In that list of names of your friends or relatives in the old states, so that a free copy of the illustrated writeup of Hurt Right Eye. Joint Baggageman J. C. Cage was handling a trunk yesterday morning and fell against it, his face striking Wood county and her re- a corner of the trunk, pro- sources, which will appear in ducing a painful and consid- the Diversifier in a few days, I erable bruise wound on the may be sent to each one of right eye but possibly not them? If you haven't done injuring the eye-ball. Mr. so, please do so at once. J Cage was compelled to lay Send them to the Mineola j off on account of his in...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 6 March 1903

"* : ,iv j THE MINEOLA DAILY ARGUS. Published every Morning except Monday Morning.! Uflice of Publication: Upstairs, in the Colloway Brick, on Broadway. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. 15c a week, 50c a month, $1.50 for three months, $3.00 for six months, or $0 a year—CASH IN- variably in advance. Application made for admission into the postotfice in Mineola as Second Class Matter. PAUPERS VS. PRINCES. J. K. FOSTER, Publisher. mineola, tex., march 6, 1903. Announcements. City election, Tuesday, April 7, 1903. For Mayor: J. W. McMURRY I. H. HUFFMASTER f-'ur Aldtrmar, South' Ward.' To The Voters Of Mineola: In solicitation of your Hupport will wiy tliut I am a permanent citl" UII of Mineola. and will immeasurably appreciate your support. H. C. WILLIAMS For City Attorney: ANDREW. J. BRITTON For Alderman, West Ward: M, S. PICKARD For City Marshal: M. T. CAGE For Alderman, East Ward: W. M. SCOTT For City Treasurer: B. F. READ. NOTICE. The double column article on first page was contributed by the pro...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 6 March 1903

To Be Well Dressed is the ambition of most people. There is satisfaction in the knowledge of wearing the proper thing, of late pattern, cor- rect fabric, and new manufacture. It costs no more when you buy here. Here you will find the latest Merchandise in every line, at very low prices. We are prepared. Our goods are in. Come let us fit you out. I. G. BROMBERG & CO. LOCAL NEWS fl Of Mineola and Surrounding Country. Our types made us print incorrectly the initials of Mrs. S. W. Simpson in yes- terday's Argus, in stating that she is visiting her mother in Marshall. L. S. Cook and wife, of Pine Mills community, were shopping in Mineola yester- day. County Commissioner G. R. Smith of this precinct, residing about 6 miles north- west of Mineola, was in town yesterday. The I. & G.N. R'y Co.- the Texas Railroad—has an ad in this paper. This road is significantly called "the Texas railroad," for it is as true to the promotion of the development of the state as can be. Associate Edit...

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Daily Argus — 6 March 1903

J MINEOLA on the first storehouse, stocked it with | woodland directly between the two , family groceries and became the first, j points to make a good sized ranch, I merchant of Mlneola as permanently j W. W. Cox, flagman of the union de- AND WOOD COUNTY. J. A. Calloway came to Mlneola In j the early history of the town. They j Mr. Lankford is also setting out a 20- 1881 and engaged In the mercantile j left Mlneola in the latter part of the gcre Elberta peach orchard six miles _ . business, organizing the firm of J. A.'70s, and both are now dead, the former; south of town; also Dr. E. W. Mo- il ocated. even beating the "railroads toipot railroad crossing, came to Mlneola.Calloway & Co. Four years ago fee' dying in Winsboro about 19 years ago Camlsh has just set out a 30-acre El- the place about two months. Sam A.(In 187#. ,left Mlneola and went to Big Springs, and the latter In Hillsboio about five berta peach orchard in the northern I Joseph's saloon, at the east corner of, J....

Publication Title: Mineola Daily Argus, The
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