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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

( V. I i* # 9 -y H |l > > _V SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 | One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 j Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. EX-PItESIDENT DAVIS . NIES Advertising Rates made known on application* JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889. S NO 27J DE- Did the southern confederacy ever contemplate, or was there any danger of a church establish- ment if the confederacy had suc- ceeded ? The Philadelphia Presbyterian a few weeks ago published the fol- lowing : A VETERAN DEAD. In Three Wars and u Hundred Indian Fights. That the Southern Confederacy Ever Contemplated a Un- ion of Church and 0 . rn . .. , ., gtate San Antonio, lex., April 1.—At a late hour last night Col. Edward Miles died of paralysis. He was born at Natchez, Miss., in 1817, and was, consequently 72 years old at the time of his death. He came to Texas at the age of 17, in company with his father, who built the first house upon Galveston island. The e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

,r„ , ,,V r; —iy • Wlr; Tf ",r" rwwprra 7**" ^ If. ,* «t ' • y* .. ' '■■ ; - w; yy™"- —- .v.i' '■pyryyBsrr* ik -- ■ •—«►* *v-1 • m' 'r*-' i *Vf • '< Trr~. • J h t WHAT WILL THE CIRLS DO? AvenuoB of Employment for Womon. Literary Work-Clerking In Stores — Factory Life -Housekeeping n Lost Art Among American Wives —Good Advice from Eva Cay. Girla, wlistt urn you going1 to do? That question out to bo easily answ- ered. Jt has doubtless oceured to all 9r you several times lately. This is about the time of year when you have plenty of time for rofleetion. Mid- winter days seem to bring with them a period of leisure, when the mind care- fully reviews the past and forms plans for the future. The particular class of girls with whom I want to talk are those who have lived in moderate cir- cumstances, always went to school, and probably have had as little care about how their food or raiment came as have the lilies of the field. There is a difference, girls, now. You begin to feel within y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

J 'rnWtrZ y> J CJ IV WkW—WWM|III''K 11 1 y THE MiNEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR ]*udli iii:ii kvi:ky hattjida y jiy N v w. II. TEAGAROKX. Vm, Satunlny, Ajnil O, 1880. "•"^Jntercd at tlio jiobt nflicc as secotid- claBS mutter. ■ £—*!■ 'j St ■< s V S Tin; Mineola Mo.mtoh is )nilliiif? for a Wood county lair next fall. It's ft good cause, ami tin; people of that comity would 1 ><• wise in inaugurating the scheme.-—Demo- crat atnl Reporter. Tiik following letter and interest-1 i ing questions were referred to tin? ! Uenison (Jazeitet for answer. It is a well known fact that the most conscientious witnesses conflict in their testimony as to immaterial facts while in the main they agree, hut like the (iazetter man, we do nut feci competent to fully explain these seeming contradictions in inspired testimony and would he glad to publish an explanation hy any one who will he kind enough furnish it in a concise form. Wkatiikiii-'OW), TKXAS, ) March 17, 1889. j I'hUTOIt < I AZKTTKIt: Seei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

I i a!-. MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, I Ci:LJ«-p-Di>u^ of T-v -— , ... was in the city Woduosdny. City Directory. Tj O I) G E S . MASONIC. MINKOl.a I.odgk, ni>. - ()•_'. a. !'. a: a. m„ will liiilil a htftttml comuuinlciitloii hi Ma- sonic Hull on WHiii's'lay April Hitli. at 7::i(). 1 . m. \ tailing brethren uru fraternally invited. ,, ,/ J. V. MC]>ANII:i , W. M. it. M. Ahmstuono, Secretary. KNHiHT OK I'YTlllAS. MISKOI.A 1.OH0E, No. U"i, mci'l.i every '1 uesday evening, Monitor buiUlln^r. llF.o. W. 1>KN*(>N, ('. C. I. K. Wll.l.lamhon, K. l:. & S. Prof. 15. W. Howard spen or two of tlit1 week with 1 friends in Minoola. : i dav One Ai re for the Former and tlw Other for the Worms. For tin* j>ast four or five years tlie cotton planters of this country i. o. o. r. "YJINBOI.A LOIKilC, No. il:l, l. i). o. meets ili'st and third Monday nights in eafth month. w. t. i'lcnwoUTH, n. (j. j. ii. Xf.wsom. Hecretarv. Col. .las. 11. Jones spent a few hours in the city on Wednesday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

I ? : I * i r- 5 t fhe MlneolaWeekly Monitor "V #DBLXSHED EVERT 8ATUBDAY BY W. B. TEAOARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Au copy, one year $1 no i copy, alx mouths 75 i copy, four months 60 id at the postoffiae aa second class matter. LIVELY TURNS OF THOUQrgT The workmen in the Heading railroad shops ut Keudiiig, i'li., liuvo been ordered ts work thirteen hours per duy. 'I'lto Northwcstoru Street Railway < Motor Company of Chicago has boon incur poruted; capital stock ?5,000,000. It appears that the British army m i.ot only tho dearest in liuropo, liut the worst fed, ho fur us the rank and lilo are concerr cd. Tho excitement in Lower California ovo , the recent discovery of fold is incrousliij and hundreds of men are leaving for tin mines. Some thirty Mott street, Now York, Chin anion, have contributed altogether *?l,'.'iofor the uid of the starving thousands in north crn China. Tho nutionul colored men's convention which was culled to meet ut \Vushin/,'f'Mi will not meet until A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

■ IS' ■ : |,vf M AN ELOQUFNT APPEAL. •V The Eminent Brooklyn Divine at Kansas City. A Powerful Disoours'.i on "Wonders of Disaster and Blessing." Kansas Cut, March 81.—The hew T. Do Witt Tulmage proacbod a sermon bero to- •day ou "Wonders of Disaster and liless- lag," his text being, "I will show wonders in the heavens aud In the earth." Joel ii, 30. He said: !jl)r. Cumwlnjr—«i'oat and good man— •ifrould have told us the exact umo of the filitilliiiont of this prophecy. As I stepped his study in London on my arrival mi Paris just after the French had sur- dered at Sedan, the good doctor said to : "It is just as I told you about Franco; iple laughed at me because I talked mt the seven horns and the vials, but I esaw all this from the lioolt of Daniel id the llook of Revelation." Not taking iy such responsibility la the interpreta- >n of the passage, I simply assort tbat lere is in It suggestions of many things in ir time. Our eyes dilate and our heart quickens pulsations as we rea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 April 1889

m cy pwr /W'tSIPWMM'*' H** i s. ~. ,. *••■;-".* "f. ' ll'R' l¥W I • v 1 III Ki t i el ■ 11' f ;t >-! An Ordlnuuce. iBaru miming In McCleniiim County. Waco, Tex., March 81.—The farmers of MoClennan county are excited over a ham burning, which appears to he spreading. The news a week ago gave the firnt instance, An amendment to an ordinance known us the .Scavenger ordi- nance. He it ordained by the City Coun- cil of the City of Minoola that the ordinance above mentioned be and that of Caroiiey's barn near Moody, is hereby amended as follows to-wit:! Monday last three barns were Sec. 1. To commence after the |burnod in thc Tehuaeana valley all words privies attached, and rcad) | of them full of grain and tnachin- and in idl cases where any privy or er^' The most valuable one be- longed to Mr. W. E. I'hillipH. It was stocked with corn, oats, millet and privies are occupied or used by more than one family, mercantile house, shop or other person or per-1 *mI "m>«>ved machinery. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

r I • t# r [ fPf B m 1 f>:i ♦ SUBSCRIPTION PRICTk One Copy, 0u Year f 1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 liberal Discounts to Clubs. ims. | Advertising Rates made known on application, JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINKOLA, TKXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 13, 1889. NO 28. Sprinra.^ slmcI So.iin.iYi.fai!? Uatss. THE CLAYTON MUUDEIl. Congressman C. It. Breckin- ridge Determined to Ferret Out the Assassin. k o 0 5 H W V f? 0 0 ~ ^ c-uik A-. z?^zuaz&>x&JULZ saa LADIES! Just received from New York and Balti- more, a large lot of novelties in Ladies' and Misses Hals, Ribbons, Laces, French Flowers, Crepe-de-Chine, In- fant's Caps, Fans, We will positively sell all goods cheaper than you can get them by sending off. You are respectfully invited to come and look at these rare selections Mrs. DORA McDANIEL & Co. Latest Style Parasols. The Federal Patronage. It is said, by those who arc in position to know, that President Harrison has formed a determina- tion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

'■' • - v- - ■***<> < - —- .. .^.-'■■ A.^.w>m«Mi^ .-..:^|.. TMtn;|flHIWIifi'lr ii"ti AuiVliiiiKfeii'ii jjf «rv^ , -V •;, .... ■ ' V v? ^ -t .i.i,i •> ' —wvyj 1 if 1 H J; V I IS?. $ Dr. "THE SLAUGHTER.'1 Talmage's Sermon at St. Louis. The Influences of Society anil the Habit of Contracting Debts Lucidly Portrayed. „1Kt. Louis, April 7.—Tho Itov. T. IJe Witt Tulmagc, D. I)., o! Brooklyn, p readied he.to this owning to a vast audience. Bin huIi- jeet was "The (Slaughter," and his text, 1'royorbs, vii. 21: ''Ah an ox to tho slaugh- ter." Tho eloquent preacher said: There is nothing in tho voice or tho man- ner of the butcher to indicate to tho ox tliat there in death ahoaii. Tho ox thinks ho is going on to a rich pasture Held of clover, where all day long ho will rovel in tho her- baceous luxuriance; but after a while the men and tho boys close in upon him with sticks and stones and shouting, und drive liim through bars and into a doorway, where ho is fastened, ufid with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

AfwW ■ ■ ' ft j yv LET IN THE LIGHT. BT ®Ii. OIJVKIi WK.\m:i.l. IIUI.MKS. | Koad November 'if, ISnS, at the luyiug of tin- corner-stone of tlie Boston ii 'w public library., Proudly beneath her flittering dome, Our throe hilled city j^reets the morn; Ib-rc Freedom found hor virgin homo— The Bethlehem where hor uabc wust horn. The lordly roofs of trufMo rise Amid the smoke of household fires, High o'er them in the peucui'ul skies Faith points to heaven Iter clustering til'ires. Can Freedom brentlio if ignoruuee rclgn ( C'ommeree thrive where anarchs rulot \V ill faith her hull' Hedged brood retain if darkening counsels cloud the school! Let in the light! from every ge Some gleams of gurncrtxi wisdom pour, And fixed 011 thought's electric page, Wait all their radiance to restore. Let in the light! iu diamond mines Their gems iuvitc the band that delves. So learning's treasured jewels shine Kanered on the alcove's ordered shelves. From history's scroll the splendor streams, From scienc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

runMHHKI) EVERY SATURDAY Y W. 15. TEAGAItDEX. Saturday, April 13, 1889. Entered at the post office as second- class matter. Curry, the man who killer! Por- ter, the actor, in Marshall Home yearn ago, recently committed sui- cide by poisoning himself in the penitentiary at Smta Fe, New Mexico. Vol. 1. No. 2 of the Clarendon Traveler, by 11. 15. Edgell, is on our desk. The Traveler is a mod- el of typograpical neatness, but what is better it discloses un- mistakable evidence ot editorial ability. The Silo has come to stay, and its universal adoption in the Southwest is inevitable. Texas Farm and Ranch, (Dallas, Tex.) of April 15 will contain several inter- esting articles mi this subject. Onk of the last acts of the State Senate was to pass the house bill permitting the defendant in criminal cases to testify. This plan is no experiment but is the practice in the federal court and in the courts of a number of llic stales..' Wo are in receipt of Vol. 1 No. 1 of''The Amarillo Northwest,"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

Wt THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. Now GooiIk. There never has been kept in j Mineola such a rare selection and variety of styles and combination of i beauty as will be seen in the new milliner,) stock just received by Mrs. Dora E. Me Daniel & Co. See their new advertisment on the first page. KNIGHT OF I'YTIIIAS. MINEOI.A LODGE, No. -l\ meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. Oeo. W. Pennon, C. C. 3. E. Williamson, K. B. & 8. I. O. 0. F. Mineola lodge, No. m i. o. o. f., meeta first and third Monday uiglits iu month. W. T. PlBWOBTH, N. G. J. H. Newsov, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- day* at 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 p. Hi. Sunday luhool every Sunday at a. m. ' M. O. JENKINS. Pastor. BaWIRT—Preaching every Sunday except the .1th. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday sehool every Bundy at a. m. Homer MAGEE, Pastor. ' RAILROADS. Local Time Table. Texas & Pacific. 'I ,'fS Arrives. No. 1 2:00 p. m. No. 2 12...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

I— The MlneolaWeekly Monitor rOBLUUEO every saturday by W. B. TEAOARDBN, Editor. texas state news. -rj I j ■ n i SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. 6u copy, one year tecop7l six months copy, four months .91 50 . 75 . 50 ■atwed at the pofitolflae oa second- class matter. SOUTHERN FARM NEWS , Alliance Notes. Dooly county (Ga.; in solid on the Alliance. The Farmors' Alliuuco have no minor- ities—it io-ull-I. The Alliance is over 1,000 strong in Talbot county, Ga. The Alliance is developing remark- able strength in Tennossee. The Fanners' Alliance of Texas has a memtuu-Hliip of 275,000. Forsyth county (CJa.) hus nn Alliance store with a capital of $15,000. Pasco county (Fla.) lias u thriving Alliance Exchange at l^ade City. Supplies bought at any price urn dear. Supplies raised at home arc cheap at any prlco. The Farmers' Alliance is now on tin* lip-grade, and no bulky horse should spoil the teuin. The Farmers' Alliance is making rapid progress in South Carolina and the members are sticking. The citie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

\ Wm. Kobkuis, m. L>1'hysiciau to Elho Mnuohestor, EnsInlirmury ami I Lunatic Hospital, Professor of Modi- I ulna in Owen's College, savs: -'Grad- j ual failure ot strength, increased pul- Jor or sallowncss, aud disinclination or exercise is one of the prominent symptoms of kidney disease." War- ner's Safe Cure is the only remedy that is guaranteed to cure kidney disease. , Sick headache <8 readily cured by Hood's Sarsuparilla, %vldch tones and regulates the digestion, aud crj.ttos an appetite. A Hundred Tons of Money. It hardly seems pos^iblo that tho money paid iu one mouth lor a U:ii-cent article, could, if pennies \vei« useii in payment, weigh one hundred tons. Vet ono of our bright school boys lias tigurcd that this is true of Diamond Dyes. To judpo from llio stocks of our dealers in dye stuffs, Diamond Dyes own tho Hold of package dyes, and are a complete success. Of course they liavu imitators. "Nothing is a success until imi- tated." Hut no one wants to risk a counter-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 April 1889

t ff; ' I > T I • I! V • r*rrjio.\ t jvun.rtxi \ Tli" Mi"'' re progressive coin- uiitlci'liMv decided to hold unotli-1 or fair :;i• c-<inii11ir I":!!. The poo-; pie of that enterprising city believe) in developing t'i" country.—I'val-; tic News. ' TIm v believe a 11• 1 practioe nieth- mIs W1 ii<-11.H1 n<111 <i Ijc adopted liy every other county ami section ol'j Texus. Tin y are methods which will do Uiol'i- Id advertise Texas | than any other plans yet tried. 11 every county in Texas which litis any inducement:-' lo offer iintnigra- tioii would liaveu county fair, tid-1 %•• • rt i • "it, lir: ■ people to go and see it and talk about it, and then move the exhibit here to form an attractive part of (lie great Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition in October, the beuelicial results would soon be ween, felt and ap- pr cmic/ in those counties and by the stale at large. The Times- Hern Id hopes a hundred of our prosperous counties will try the Abilene plan.—Times-Iferald. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Mouths "5 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. ♦ hhbhhhhbhhss Advertising Ra1 made known on application ' M JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1889. NO 20. IP I r i- s 3 o 0 w > H t k o 0 E H w a 0 o Spring and Summer Hats. THE LADIES! Just received from New York and Balti- more, a large lot of novelties in Ladies' and Misses Hals, Ribbons, Laces, French Flowers, Crepe-de-Chine, In- fant's Caps, Fans, We will positively sell all goods cheaper than you can get them by sending off. You are respectfully invited to come and look at these rare selections Mrs. DORA McDANIEL & Co. Latest Style Parasols. THE FINISHED WORK. A List of Bills by Captions, Enacted by the Twenty-first Legislature. [Space will permit publication of the captions only.] An act making an appropriation for the mileage and per deim pay of the members, and the per deim pay of the officers and employes of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

13 J.l: K • SI S THE ALMANAC. Dr. TalmaffH Saya, Next to tho Bible, It Is tho Most Solemn of Books. His Discourse Contains a Brilliant Verbal Paintinx of Gideon and His Troops. pnluiial residences id' thut city, cried out, ••Vet fortj, daysund Nineveh shall bo over- thrown " \\ u-i It overthrown in forty da.vs! No. The ijeopio guvo up their sins and cried for inercv, und though Jonah got mtul bo- cause hiH whole course of sermon* had been spoiled anil went into a disgraceful pouting, we have the record so sublime I cannot read it without feeling a nervous chill running through nio. "(iod saw t heir works ami they turned from their evil way und(jod reiie ited of tho evil that lie hud sain he would do '.into them and he did it not." (led is a father. mi a • . un <i „ m and some of us know what that means, ami Hits'. Ancient Sogers, However, Were sumo lime when ueiuivo promised chustiHc- Void of Bufficiont Nerve. Hiiooki.vn, April 14.—At tho Urookl.vn tabcruai-lo to day, uftcrexj>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

A GREAT BULL-FIGHT rushed at tho who surrounded him KEALI8TIC DESCRIPTION OF THE BRUTAL SPORT. An Actual Occurrence—Men and Horses Killed, But the Bull Survives—Brutal Sport of the Spaniards. H The arena was already full when wo entered. Twelve thousaud spectators squeezed together wero uproariously merry amid a rustling of fans like some stupendous flapping of wines. Above this multitude, whoso impatience was revealed by wild shouts, the sun shone brilliantly'in an azure lield. It is now 4:40 o'clock, and wo havo still a fow minutes more of expecta- tion. Why not hurry on tho porform- ; auce? The feverish impatience of tho • crowd has already taken possession of " ine, and standing on tho scat I wave \ my! liibrero toward tho box of the ayuhiamicnto and shout, 1 scarcely know what. My companion, who was J n Spaniard and a great lover of bull- lighting, looked at mo with a smile, ®'a1 as though he was somewhat dis- m/josod to banter me. J!, At last a signal is given from the municip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

I • Dr. B Hit V th< 1! W tab / (.'OB if y i %■ v- '• ™I? W*+ ■—^———— ——- ii';;c,';: THE MIMEOU WEEKLY ruillJHINilJ KVKUV SATUHDAY BY W. B. TEAGABDEN. Saturday, April 20, 1889. Entered at the pout office as second* class matter. The Houston Post of April 11th in an interesting article urges or- ganization to check-mate the bag- ging trust. The following sugges- tion is taken from the article: "The farmers, and the big local houses whose patrons the pro- ducers are, ought to begin at once to organize for protection. There is money and brain enough in this section to succesffully check-mate the St. Louis movement, and some meetings ought to be held and concert of action taked to prevent a further and more disastrous re- duction to the farmer of the profits on his crop." The Mineola Monitou is engaged in the laudable effort of trying to get tho farmers to devise some means of getting lid of worms and insects that injure crops. It should also insist that something be done with such pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

HOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. NOTICE. Horse Tlilcf Captured. llf -v rV-^ . rs, the .1 elicit 4 :co, Strayed from pasture south-west of Mineoln, about April j 10tl), about 12 head of cattle, all ! fresh branded J C on left side. I from pasture 2 miles City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. INEOLA LODGE, No. 502, A. V. A A. M., ! .j 11 i-iav /50 pontfi nor llPfld for iinv will hold ft stated communieatiou at Mft; , >>1U l)lv ov cents |)ti iit'iiu jur any or all of said cattle delivered in my lot at Mineola. n292t J. A. Caspaby. On young .ouTc Hull on Wednesday May 15th, at 7:H# 1>. m. Visiting brethren are fraternally luvlteu .1. F. MclUNIKI., W. M. II. M. Armstrong, Secretary. KNIGHT OF l'YTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 25, meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. geo. w. uenuon, C. C. J. E. W1I.LIAM8ON, K. R. & 8. I. O. O. F. Mineola lodge, no jm i. o. o. f. meet* first and third Monday nights In each mouth. .. „ „ „ _ W. T. Pebworth, N. G. J. H. Newrou, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodis...

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