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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

The Mineola Monitor. 1 CITY AND COUNTY. ROYAL. SPORT, A Six-foot Alllgutor Killed lu Dr. Pattern's Mill Pond. PERSONAL MENTION. w. b. hicks the slayer. Miss Susie Cage has returned Or. last Friday evening a party from a visit to the Fruit Palace, j of four went out to. Dr. Patten's J. Leonard Goldberg visited in mil1 l,ond loaded for au alligator Tyler Sunday. B. A. Brooks of Grand Saline is visiting in the city. Miss Nettie Glenn has returned from a visit to Waxahachie. Mr. Jno. Hackel left Thursday morning for the Eastern markets. Mr. S. R. Bruce visited the Fruit Palace last week. Mesdames Read and Stafford went to Tyler Wednesday night. Mr. Rube Campbell of Winsboro is in the city. Judge Sflkiks, of Canton, spent a few days in the city this week. Mrs. Dorough, of Grand Saline, is visiting Mrs. L. H. Beaird. Mr. W. 0. Murphy has returned lrom a trip to Tyler and Palestine. Mr. Jno. Yarbrough, of Grand Saline, was in the city this week. Miss Pearl Glenn left for her home Wednesday...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

PIXSTKU X Itli Y. i""""" V/HO EVADI; THE D A P. T 3 OF CUPID. Ill Yiirlou* <'nlllii£'4 Infilii'llnE? Mm i«lry. Arl, Kclnicv i:.J !.i:_ is' in*— In Agi'it frolli Id 7-" ur4 — io 'lliry Arc. (Special Oorr<!«|) Mid •. O MAFtltY >!■ lilt to marry—Uui i-i tho <1 ii 'Hii'in v ';i<■ ii |i •!- pl'-xi-i ry w .m- an ,u h'>'i'' tirii • in hop ( ii '.'-'r, ;iii I mi.nl I-" an <wor<- l ,♦ y«*i or nj.y. Tin* ' f ainbit i nj jj p ] u i| Hi.if .in nnrn ut! w rmi i. ia I' i 111 in - l "r 'I ari l iram- m-I "! than hor lfin lod Hintor, nnd th r 'Ton? a w m- fni 1m bettor off without tlnn with In- lif> such ty of th'. fyi int irri'i. It URfd lo ho tho fashion jii I until vory 'I'ooon 11 y to stylo utitri'i *ri *«1 i j • I - p >' i [certain a«o a« old rn Hd N >v: th y : s • woman bachelors, v/h* th":- t!;■•>' Ii.« twenty-five or llfly-flvo. Or! tin it is. a Kl.uioe over tho list of Orni::i:i • bachel- ors HhowH that m uiy v/oni'.t have earned fame and fortune uaf •' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

< I.aat Man Hit Hum. There are sixty-two trado* unlous In Sun Franoiuoo. and. accordinn to tiie local papers, not one accepted the invitation of the executive committee 10 parade on the national holiday. Several of the unions formally voted not to do so. The reasons given for this attitude are peculiar, The hecretary of the Cost Seameu's union said that "inany in his union are need- ing clothes and do not care to parade their poverty." 'J'he president of the Maker's union objected to parading be. cause ho stated ths.t the executive committee had given out the contract for music to the lowest bidder. Tho president of the Iron Molder's union said that his union would not parade because "the people of tho head of the celebration are not in sympathy with tho iron molders." The presi- dent of the Carpenters and Joiners' union told a reporter that "the capi- talists who were heading tho celebra- tion were very willing to let them march with them one day in the year and be hostile to th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

How Prohibition Worked in Maine. When you find that a man has started on the downgrade finan- cially instead of giving him a shove in order to hasten his downward course, help him throw on the brakes and give him time to re- plenish his lost position, PlWPLESi BLOTCHES AND OLD SORESB CATARRH. MAURlB KIDNEY TROUBLES! and DYSPEPSIA! p. p. p. PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT AND POTASSIUM Marvelous Cures Are entirely removed by P.P.F -Prickly A«h. Poke Root and Potts- ■turn, the groateat blood purifier on earth. 11 1 I Tl • t 1 KJ S'.vl ti. • , A J:. U;t I ■■ IU1<1 1 > U'' 'tl t ■ to '.111* 1.1 V. ll modr* 4, Dm !.it i 1 urn* r 4 l;u < ^'lij cr ! Mil .v ia ! i tlie Ha' 1 • <* wm • • «# I \ in Biosri Poison Rheumatism and Snrcifula I*. J*, r. purine* tho blood, builds tip tho wrilk Mill U'sbllltttl-CSCl, MnMlglll to IH'IVCM, CSXpol.4 <tlM<*it «H. j'jvlriK I ho put.l'-nt. houllli nn<i h<i]>('ilM ' vli.'H MCkll- MM, Klooiuy fcc'iritfH im<1 In -tlf.wln Ilist pruvaiioil....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1904

(BUSHED EVERY IUESDAY. AND [FRIDAY. One Dollar Will Get This Paper Twice a Week for a Whole Year. Mineola monitor. PRICE: . ONE i ..DOLLAR.. pep ANNUM. LUME 1. MINEOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1904. 3rtyl lia® JUST RECEIVED THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Embroideries, Laces, Em- broidery Shirt Waist Sets, Teneriff Wheels (all cols.) and Dress Trimmings EVER SHOWN IN MINEOLA. • The goods were bought direct from the manufacturers and importers and comprise newest designs of the season. DRESS GOODS, WAISTINGS, etc,, arriving daily. A full line of ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS. Watch this space and always remember that we have It cheaper. J. J. EDWARDS, MINEOLA, Texas. I I Stylish Dresserjs Buy their Suits and Furnishing Goods at the Popular BIG FOUR STORE. We handle tfye best line of Ready-Made Suits made. Our Shirts, Underwear, ^ Neckwear, Collars, Shoes are | the prettiest showta. Buy of us, We guarantee If Fit, Style, Quality & Price. Respegtf^Jly Yours, DRY GOODS r A & GROCE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1904

/ is I W 1; • J i ■ & ' 1 T i / r i The Mineola Monitor. a v i • V, ^ILm (iw/i I To Abate Smallpox. IK. P. Grand Lodge sons of Missouri's leading and r i of Emergency. } The commissioners' court i ® '* | have acted on the smallpox following program will I situation in the county and jje executed at the meeting of Published every Tuesday and Friday Mornings by J. K. & J. M. FOSTER. most honored men are knock- ed down in the street to pre- vent their voting for the honor of the state that hon- ltv has fully empowered County j the K. of P. grand lodge of em- Health Officer C. C. Marrs ergency and school of instruc Office of Publication:-Up- ored their fathers, we won- stairs in the Callaway brick, on der in a weak and uncertain; of^Winsborioto astablishThe Son "to be'Vld""with Mtoeofa v if ,W nn Utiwmr * * - Mareh29: Entered as second-class matter Louis Nov. 13, 1903, at the post office Wn' at Mineoia, Tex., under the act of congress of March 3, 1879. way if they no longer keep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1904

Call for Meeting. For the purpose of per- il fecting a permanent organi- i zation of the Northeast Tex- w as Immigration & Develop- | jnent association, at the re- • iquest of many leading citi- zens of northeast Texas, I hereby call a meeting to con- Cvene at Pittsburg, Campco., '"Texas, on the 14th day of (April, 1904. ff The purposes of this as- I sociation are: [ 1st. To encourage and in- vite a healthy immigration to this section of Texas, by putting before the people of other states and sections the many advantages of north- east Texas. ,_2nd. To enable us to con- vert the millions of acres of the unimproved lands into homes, and the woodlands into fields, truck farms, gar- dens and orchards. 3rd. To invite and coop- erate with capital for the construction of railroads, where they are needed. 4th. To place ourselves^ in touch with capital seeking investment to the end that factories may be built in this section that will consume at home our raw material. - 5th. To do any a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1904

w ' / >>14 v ' /' V 7 * 1 i' ' I v I L .jt Terrible Wreck /in Prices. S S> Nice lines of Calicoes and Lawns 5c per yd. Finer qualities of Lawns and India Lin- ens .. at last year's prices Lace and Embroidery cheaper than ever Ribbons? Cheaper than ever sold before No. 2 Ribbon, all colors 19c a bolt " 5, all-silk Taffeta Ribbon 4c per yd. << rj << << << 5c " " " % " " " 6 l-2c " "12, " " " 9c per " " 16, " " " 10c " " "22, " " " 12 l-2c " "40, " " " 16cpryd. Our ,line of DRY GOODS is about complete, and in most cases we can duplicate last year's prices notwithstanding recent Jdvances. Wait! Wait! l&ftl CAR LOAD OF DISHES Is now on the road. Do you wqjnt 'em at less prices than most merchants own them? If so, we guarantee and a give you our word to sell them that way. You will find the impossible thing here—a fair grade of White Lawn r , 1 and Cross Bar at octs per yard. Ladies, do not overlook our Drummer's samples of nice "" " Muslin Underwear, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1904

/ ' L. ■ s? ►UBLISHED EVERY ".TUESDAY. AND FRIDAY. One Dollar Will Get This Paper Twice a Week for a Whole Year. The Mineola. Monitor ' MTOLUME I. J'*! MINEOLA, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1. 1904. PRICE: ONE ..DOLLAR.. PER ANNUM. NUMBER 41 M II JUST RECEIVED THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Embroideries, Laces, Em- broidery Shirt Waist Sets, Teneriff Wheels (all cols.) and Dress Trimmings EVER SHOWN IN MINEOLA. The goods were bought direct from the manufacturers and importers and comprise newest designs of the season. DRESS GOODS. WAISTiNGS, etc., arriving daily. A full line of ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS. Watch this space and always remember that we have it cheaper. J. J. EDWARDS, MINEOLA, Texas. i Opmohelng:, Siascngood SOLD No Big Hurrah. W1 Chartered. We confer degrees upon our ffrnduates, and give them a diploma that will be honored /;v 1 Iby any institution in America. Free trip to World's Fair. Notes accepted for tuition. Positions - -.vSakuaranteed, Railroad fare paid from all points...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1904

The Mineola Monitor. Published every Tuesday and Friday Mornings by J. K. & J. M. FOSTER. Office of Publication:—Up- stairs in the Callaway brick, on Broad street. lyy 3 if * IM SiS'i • , 9 r| „ ''1 0 \ I !, I! 1 Are Your Hands Tied? Does lack of education prevent you from advancing? Then the >'. C, S. can help you. We train ambitious men or women, in spare time, for positions that pay well because special training is required for filling them. If you want to change your work, we can train you in spare time for a salaried position in your new profession. We can help you qualify, by mail, at small expense, for any of the following positions: Mechanical Engineer; Mechnnteul Draftsman; Electrical Engineer; Electrician; Civil Engineer; Surveyor; Mining Engineer; Sanitary Engineer; Architect, Architectural Draftsman; Sipi Painter; Chemist; Ornamental Designer; Show-Card Writer; Ad Writer; Window Dresser; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; French, German, or Spanish, with Phonograph; Commer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1904

iha ! 5- II Fair -<*v* Dealing Dependable Merchandise N. S. Sodekson & Co/: I SPECIAL ALE. I s Beginning Wednesday, March 30, Ending Tuesday, April 5, 1904. tT makes no difference to you when we purchased 1 our goods. What you are interested in is how cheap you can buy them. Below we give you a few prices. Call around and see what we are of fering—it is to your interest. White Swiss, with embroideriecl figure, worth 75c, rnr this sale JUL White Swiss, with small figure, worth 60c, this sale White Swiss, with medium figure, worth 60c, this re- sale White Swiss, with small dot and stripe, worth 50c, x. this sale JJC 1 piece Black Mercerized Swiss* with silk stripe and de- sman white figure, worth 4(te, this sale £JL We have these goods in blue andf champagne colors. 10 pieces Fil De Soie Mull, these goods laundry 33 1-3 nicely, worth 45c, this salei _ cents New Crepe De Chine in white, blue and pink, reg- *7 r _ ular $1 grade, this sale... i ' White Wash Sillc, 36 inches wide, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1904

-7 S> Terrible Wreck in Prices. S 'A I 1 Si %tSt Nice linos of Calicoes and Lawns 5c per yd. Finer qualities of Lawns and India Lin- ens at last year's prices Lace and Embroidery cheaper than ever Ribbons? Cheaper than ever sold before No. 2 Ribbon, all colors 19c a bolt " 5, all-silk Taffeta Ribbon 4c per yd. n 7 < < < < u 5c " u " 9,' " " " . . . . . .. . . l-2c " " 12, " " " 9c per " " 16, " " " 10c " " " 22, " " " 12 l-2c " " 40, " " " 16c pr yd. MINEOLA Our line of DRY GOODS is about complete, and in most cases we can duplicate last year's prices notwithstanding recent advances. Wait! Wait! Wait! CAR LOAD OF DISHES Is now on the road. Do you want 'em at less prices than most merchants own them? If so, we guarantee and give you our word to sell them that way. You will find the impossible thing1 here—a fair grade of White Lawn r" , 1 and Cross Bar at.... DCtS per yard. Ladies, do not overlook our Drummer's samples Muslin # Underwear, Hosiery, etc. yet a'1few TS Sam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

SR w&- Wi<- he Mineola Monitoi PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA ANI) WOOD COUNTY -Ko. 47 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 'ANsARY 12, 15)22. /1 N The Mr-nit or still 00 ncr vear ITS TO FINISH WORK M! TEST FOR SECOND TEST IN GOLDEN VICINITY MONITOR GETS KD KLDX LETTER Mineola, Tex., Jan. 7, 1922 To the Editor of the Mineola Monitor: Dear Sir: Will you kindly publish the attached and thereby oblige, Yours very truly, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Mineola, Klan, No. 96. The Ku Klux Klan still lives, because it was not born to die. It has been maligned by the prejudiced and misrepresented by the ignorant. It has been de- nounced by the vicious who naturally seek its destruction. Some misguided good citizens feobably before another week rolls by, the big engine and | have criticised the Klan; many Number One Burning Gas Gets Picture in the Paper And Con- tinues to Spout its Fumes Make New Lacation PREDICTS FARMERS WILL MAKE 1922 A NOTABLE YEAR COUNTY . . AGRICULTURAL AGEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

rAGE TWO he M ineola Monitor DONATIONS in II. J. ADAIR Editor and Publisher Telephone No. 25 ifc.. — Entered at post office, Mineola, Texas, second class matter. IHt R: DAY. JANUARY it 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR INJURED 11,,,. Rl NAVVAV TEAM I'RI ITT MA> in THE KLAN. difference of opinion as to made by (he Ku Klux Klan , on matter for what they art as A one-haif rate for cart church and society eveni' for the purpose ol raiding s of thank--, obikiarie ; where such are given money, will be cnargc NOTR E TO THE PI BLIC Ij-ronous reflection upon the character, __J>r reputation of any individual, firm or oration appearing in The Monitor will be cor ected if brought to the attention of the publish- er. Subscription price $1.50 per year in advance advertising rates made known upon application. Let's Get the "Home Town" Idea in Our Heads . Why buy in Mineola if we live in Mineola? Would you like to see this a better town, with more life, enterprise and business? Would you like to see m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

IURSDAY,-JANUARY 12. 1922 THE >IINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE ; Are You Satisfied? *jg- V Are "you satisfied t< p> through iii . paying rent. rea i izing.that in ten, twenty , thirty \ . us you will st;i bo tin u;ng over the m, ney you <hould have been sav ing, to ;'cn!e one else. BUY A HOME XOW and in the years to come, put the ^nonoy you would have paid i"r re.it into the little ' flnfuries of life, thereby adding greater enjoyment t< y$Tr life and that of your family. ffAhether it be FARM OR CITY PROPERTY, we have hat you want, at a price you can afford to pay and, n terms to suit your convenience. Woods & Rogers Sj^?p*FMfO|riU?Q ""i n•.^i,.:ijj%\'<i ' il fhv Monitor is authorized to. make tin tolkuving announce- pD ments subject to the action of Democrat!*. prwnary: For Tax Colled - ; g| E. J. (Ernest) McCrarv HH 'iMhhIWII!'!!! iPH illllllliiiiiMiw'iiiiiii'riiTiiiwiiiiii'iiiii, 1 it"!!'1 For County Clerk Hall Benton i*js*r - Lo.-t, Jan. 1, small red hand jig gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

' - ^ ~ ~ - • ' '•* ... ' '■■ v .-v. ^ ] v' . i.*' :• PAGE FOUR THE Mi:\EOLA MONITOR j HI USD AY, JANi Baseball Cr.;;;hcs To Meet At Quitman By authority invested in me By authority invested in me as County Director of Athletes of the Wood County Intersch- consent and approval ot 'he Di- rector Genera!. i >, W. Edwar's a meeting ot' the coaches of all the Boys Bakesbail teams in Wood County i shereby call to meet ih Quitman at the High School building Saturday Jan- uary 21, at 10:00 A. M. The subject of this meeting is NEW TAX RULING IS NOW IN EFFECT The Monitor has received the follow ing new <;i\ ruling just issued from Washington: Main of the alterations, ap- plying to business and private incomes during the present year, affect payments to be made during i02;\ This is true of the excess profits tax repeal, reductions in sur tax rates and the new corporation tax. Other changes apply to pay- where admission is 10 cents or less. Reduction of the tax on art works to 5 per cent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

\r, -J/VNi''\R V 12. 192'! jLUJ.v *3 . " ' . ' ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR r°E SALE Fmrna Lou Sikes i-; home ocxl housl, 6 rooms and hath 1 }•• a tv^ wee .- vlsi< i . Ari- ^ garden, tw/o lots tusi Biair si • xona. S^eiST. J- Parsons. 8-Gt — s 11 ('• ■ t) K ■ it* isiand Red \ DR. AJEEY REITCH - 'gPSNTIST guaranty!. <■' -s * >.'• v>. Hee Nitrous .Qfcfde Gas Equipment R v Tow. ,.i>u> r as to m; Office. OviHHbt'g Jewelry Store class of sock . MINIMA. TEXAS - •!. ROltKK'i A' 'an.'a T«*.\a. =? ; can't fool the youngsters, can alu'ayx tell the differ- between Kellogg's and the at ions! (Mr msm mm m nWmtw-M l\ |l Bii.fi «• - ■ Bis I* 41^ bggs Corn Flakes tp up fussy appetites (thing wonderful I No coaxing needed to tempt family folks and visitor folks to eat a-plenty—not when there's a big pitcher of milk or cream and lots of Kellogg's Corn Flakes—and, maybe ' some handy fresh fruit—ready to tickle fickle palates! Kellogg's are unlike any corn flakes you: ever ate! They're the o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

<A, ~ ^ ■' ' "i ; PAGF SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1922 LIST OF BUILDINGS APPRAISAL r * P: fi i * HO Si's ^"(TV F Mention Water Sun System. Ltc., S:;:': , Light :ta:y. f f*~ •=• \ ii WS 6 3\|. isLkiK-ia^ rliiiL y$L Necessary That New Improvement Costs 3e Corrc* Vy lr itoried and Depreciatio1 3e Adequately Almost H:pe'ess Task for Cus- tome: io Make Purchase in inicii.qent Fasfcon. ovid For. ^CTVepared t.y V- Fi.ves [depart- ment of AKriculUiro.) Jn making a farm apprnisil. each iraildina or improvement. such as wa- ter supply, ii.u'.ting system, etc., should fte listed separately, say farm lunnnge- roent specialists of the United Stales (Department of Agriculture. Tt is best not to list separately other land im- • .provemonts, such as fences, drainage, and the like, hut their value should be fneli-ded in the appraisement of the land so improved. One of the most perplexing apprais- als will he that of rhe farm buildings and other improvements. The build- j fngs a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

THURSDAY. JANUARY 12, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR RAGE SEVEN COME TO W. D. WILLIAMS & The Store of Good Taste !{.-i We h&tff'll&d many years experience in the Grocery Busing and strive to give you the best service at incL US ■ BE - YOUR ■ GROCER" reciate your patronage and are anxious to Serve you well. D. WILLIAMS & CO. 66 Cold, Fever and ^J,rer than any* know. Dreventing Montor for Job Work 666 is a prescription forColds Fever and LaGrippe. It's the most speedy remedy me know. KWv ' v' people call conservative, but realizing the sibility o/jfrandling other people's money, we py precaution to prevent losses of any and all IRECTORS are all successful men | itave provefi their judgement and foresight of k'eir p4vate affairs, hence, we believe they ^ble of handling the affairs of this institut- too, Relieve in SAFETY FIRST. ?e are* under the supervision of the STATE TG COMMISSIONER and cooperate our insti p the protection of the DEPOSIIORS ITY FUND. t DEPENDABliE & AC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1922

p W- W* / V;/" PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, JANUARY Report of the Condition of the First National Bank At Mineola, in the State of Texas, at the Close of Business on Charter No. 11 Reserve District No. 5127 on December 31, 1021. RESOURCES 1. a Loans ami discounts, including rediscounts $292,962.46 (except those shown in b and c). .$470,425.19 253.81 Total loans 470,4:35.19 g Foreign Bills of Exchange or Drafts sold with endorsement of this bank, not shown un- de item d above • • -1 77,41(4.^3 £. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured $25:3.81 4. U. S. Government securities owned: a Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) 50,000.00 Total 5. Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: 50,000.00 10,592.67 12.000.00 7,200.00 9,591.82 6. Banking House, $11,500; fuo. and fixt $500.00 7. Real Estate owned other than banking house 8. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. . 10. Cash in vault and amount due from national banks 11. Amount due from State banks, banks, b...

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