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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

UJARY 2, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOK PAGE SI [;r v-. . . •• % D. WILLIAMS & CO. LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL PLAN BOX SUPPER ON FEBRUARY TENTH J t-,: , Groceries Produce Vegetables Courtesy, Service Quality Unexcelled We appreciate your patronage and are anxious to Serve ymu well. W. D. WILUAMS & CO. The students of Mneola High ! School will give a program and ! box supper at the high school 1 auditorium Friday night, Feb- ! ruary 10. Plans are being perfected by | the Senior Class and entire stu- | dent body by which this will ■ be one of the most interesting and successful social affairs ev- er put forth by the student body of Mineola High School. The plans for the sale of bones the auctioning of the cake will be announced in next week's issue of The Monitor. The proceeds derived from the supper will be used entirely for the benefit and financing of the "Mineolan," the high school an- nual. The program for the evening will be under the auspices of the Senior-Junior Literary So- ciety. ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

& ;e eight. '•:T the mineola monitor Pal residents to get j RI ral carrier JOBS DSA'i'h of g. w. ri'*. Washington, D. C., Jan. :50.— le principle of the local resi- snt for >,he local job is further irried >>ut by ruling of the TCivil Service Commission to- day. Hereafter, the Commission states, only persons who have their residence within the de- livery of the office in which the vacancy exists will be certified for rural carrier appointments. Heretofore certification has Deen made of eligible^ residing within the delivery of any office in the entire county in winch t'.e vacancy office is situated. The r few procedure places ap- plicants for rural earner ap- pointments, so far as the mat- ter of residences is concerned, ''he C/vil Service Commission states that this change has been liiade after due coiu- ieration and r, cets the ^ppiov-dl oi the Post Office Department report new firm to begin business within short time W.D. Kitchens is this week completing the removal ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 49.—NO. 51. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1922. The Monitor still $1.00 per year W FRIENDS OF MAN ANNOUNCE HIM FOR OFFICE OF MAYOR J.'s F. M'CDANIELS SEEKS NOMINATION TO THIS IM- PORTANT OFFICE AT COMING ELECTION Friends of J. F. McDaniel have announced him as a candi- |te for Mayor at the coming election. This announce- n was received by The Mon- ||li(jte Tuesday afternoon, iel has been a resi- of Mineola for more than KL years. His friends de- of him that he is so well that his introduction to i people is not necessary. The Iburicement given The Mon- fcor concerning his candiJacy as follows: The friends of Mr. J. F. Mc- 1 Daniel have announced him as ' /candidate for Mayor of the [Jity of Mineola, subject to the lite Man's primary, ir. McDaniel gave his con- reluctantly, he having re- ly retired from the service' the Express Company, which ly he served for forty- > years, and upon voluntarily stiri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

THF OUR OPPORTUNITY PLANTING VARIOUS CROPS H. J. ADAIR. Editor and Pub lisher. Entered at post office. Mine !a, TexiiS, as seeot J c^'iss n titer, j A one-half rate for cards of thanks, obituaries, church audi society events where such are j given for the purpose of raising) money, will be charged. Advertising rates made known upon application. NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erronous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any individual, firm or corporation appearing in The Monitor will be corrected if brought to the attention of the publisher. Subscription price $1.50 per year in advance. G. K Farm week, ore. -; rden . Alford, secretary of tlv; Bureau, was here las! He had been here be- He is i ill crested in Eas! He believes it tc; be t it ;pot of the South. lit ANNOUNCEMENTS The Monitor is authorized to make the following announce- ments subject to the action of the Democratic primary: For Tax Collector: E. J. (Ernest) McCrary For County Clerk: Hall Benton Jewel McLeod....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

UJARY 9, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. ■A ' r<i&- £r' FATHER OF 21 CHILDREN faxahachie, Tex., Feb. 30.— Williatn Marshall Parten, the father of twenty one children, eighteen of "Whom are living, died at the family residence at Nash Tuesday after- noon at the age of 73- COUNTY PAYS BIG SUM AN- NUALLY TO INDIGENT WIDOWS During the year 1921 the county according to the annual report of spent $29,939 in pensions to widow* Mrs. S- A. Hayden, probation office1' filed Thursday with the county com - / missioners court. Under the state law any indigent widow with a child under 16 years old in entitled to fi- i nancial assistance by the county-— | Dallas Times Herald. I Some Texas counties let the wid- «Ws starve. wedding ring as symbol of their fidelity. The bride is one of Winns- boro's most talented and popu- lar and best loved young ladies and Mr. Smith is to be con- gratulated. . . . The groom, who is a gradu- ate of the State University, i.;; one of Center's most popular ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

«s J. THE MINEOLA MONITOR USTRICT COURT TO BEGIN SOON LIST OF JURORS FOR TERM WHICH BEGINS AT QUITMAN, FEBRUARY 27TH. District Court in Wood coun- ty will begin on February 27th to continue for six weeks. Fol- lowing is a list of the grand jury and pet it jurors, which was received too late for publi- cation in last week's Monitor: Grand Jurors G. K. McKinzie, Alba. O. M. Galyean, Alba. J. R. Amason, Quitman. J. W. Tucker, Quitman. N. E. Richards, Peach, Rt. 1. J. B. Mckee, Yantis. A. K. Patrick, Golden. J. F. Craddock, Winnsboro 4. C. M. Cain, Winnsboro. C. P. Newman, Winnsboro 4. A. E. Cruse, Quitman Rt. 5. J. D. Benton, Como, Rt 5. * T. II. Ezell, Mineola. E M. Burkett, Mineola Rt. 1. H. A. Bowdoin. Mineola, T. C. Snow, Hawkins. Petit Jurv—First Week Joe H. Lovd. R. A. Bird, F. M. Evans, S. C. Meadows, M. A. Hudson, Jack Cage, C. A. Sorge, D. W. Massey, T. 0. Kimmey, R. H. Reed. R. M. Deas, J. J. Edgar, Doll Alvis, L. G. Hallman. Jim Fletcher, W. J. French, J. D. Corbett, W. CLPi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

9 ' 5 THE MINEOLA MONITOR 1S0NAL NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW Mr. and Mrs Chas. Greer are here visiting relatives. There is no better flour made Clover Leaf. J. W. Bartlett of Dallas was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. H. A. Roderick and ba- by have returned to Shreveport ofter k three weeks' visit with Mrs. A. J. Henry and other re- latives FOR SALE or trade for milk cow, hogs and part cash a grand piano in first class condition. Call 507 N. Line street.—E. J. Humphreys. 50-:?tc. When you need flour, ask your dealer for •Clover j -at. Mrs. E. E. Yarbough is re- ported ill at the family home. m Upper 10. flour. •" • .. if he dependable -v):'Mrs. H. 0. Rogers was a vis- tdr in Dallas the first of the Seed Artichokes for sale. The best hog feed known. From 500 to 1000 bushels on Wood county land.—Geo. C. Reeves, Mineola, Texas. Mr. J. H Johnson and fami- ly of this community have moved to Dallas, at which place Mr. Johnson; has a position We wish them much succes; in all that he un...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

KjfH wa£L. ■ PAGE SIX. FEBRUARY 9, TRANSPORTATION Sherman Courier. A Sherman col- ton exporter made a rtmaik a few days since which has furnished nuuh food f°r though'., when he declared that. ° the present fi'^iu'ht r:i'e on while "cean • ■■■ •;■ ht rate from a bale of cotton from Sherman to Galveston is 90c a hundred pounds j while the ocean freight freight from ■ r-alves n to Liverpool Jingland- is , about- 45c hundred poun<'<? HOBOING ! SNOWDEN WILL HEAD EPISCOPAL PARTY TO NATIONAL MEET Longview Times-Clarion: By act- ual count in the Texas & Pacific yard Sunday morning, there were thirty-five hoboes waiting for a train to tret out. so they could go somewhere else- They were headed West, and of course Dallas and Fort Worth would he their destina lion, as thy don't care to stop in a small town. These idle men are just tramping over the country without any chance of getting employment, as they are not known by anybody in the country and y°" know how hard it is for a stra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

Storm 1 Country ^<*5^ o. > ■aC<^4 Polly >y /y <§ Hi s mte stone % GRACE MILLER WHITE Illustrated by R. H. Livingstone WVAVWAVAVAWJ fierity lit; came close to her; and Polly ^ Copyright hy Little, Brown and Compel (Copyright by Little, Brown &. Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Occupying a dilapidated shack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- cJnent near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hop- Kins lives with her father, small .lerry and an old woman. Granny Hope. On an adjacent farm, Oscar Bennett, prosperous farmer, is a neighbor. He is secretly married to Evelyn Robertson, supposedly wealthy girl of the neighborhood. Polly alone knows their secret. Marcus Mac- Kcnzie, who owns the ground the squat- ters occupy, is their determined enemy. "Polly overhears a conversation between Mackenzie and a stranger, in which the ■jCoirmer avows his intention of driving th« .. ;iquatters from his land. The strangez sympathizes with the squatters, and IS Polly's gratitude. -CHAPTER II.—Eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1922

I - by Congressman (Continued from page)| one) is al, because the Republicans have made it a party issue and "a sec- tional issue, and whea blind partisiansnip is given unbrid- led reign one had as well shoot sky rockets into heii for the purpose of illumine tic n as to further argue on the unconsti- tutionality of the bill. The pa - sage of this bill will reflect no credit upon the administration. Whatever glory they get out oi It, they are wo'come to it. inis bill will yet rise to plague the Republican party. As stated bj .the gentleman from NebrasKa (Mr. Reavis), it is not only un- constitutional but some of its provisions "are immoral. Wrongdoing in political as we., as personal life is always fol- lowed with proper punishment. The Constitution of the United States was framed, not as tem- porary matter, but for all time, ami the pr of 'he South may yet become the problems of the North. Owing to eco- nomic and other conditions the Negroes are now drifting from the South to th eNo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY "A« I VOLUME 49.—NO. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1922. The Monitor still $1.00 per year •55 >s NORTHERN PART OF JIM Hi HIGHWAY IS BEING MARKED Men Began the Task Tuesday at Mineola—To Go to Clarks- ville. m w,. i Louis Hancock and Roy Eu— Dank, official highway markers for the Automobile Club of Tex ns began the task of marking the Jim Hogg Highway Tues- day morning. They started from Mineola and win mark the highway to Ciarksville with a black, a white and a black striate.* When this work is dom> they will return and will sten- sil the name "Jim Hogg" in the white stripe. They will then begin marking the highway from Mineola to Galveston and ^ill return and stencil the name "Jim Hogg" m the white space. This will give a more direct route through this section of Texas to the coast and when the Jim Hogg Highway is com- pleted it is expected thousands oV tourists will travel this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

PAGE TWO 1 ■ bshi THE MINEOLA MONITOR FEB. 16, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR H, J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- lisher. Entered at post office, Mineola, Texas, as second class matter. A one-half rate for cards of thanks, obituaries, church and society events where such are given for the purpose of raising money, will be charged. — Advertising rates made known upon application. NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erronous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any individual, firm or corporation appearing in The Monitor will be corrected if brought to the attention of the publisher. Subscription price $1.50 per year in advance. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Monitor is authorized to make the following announce- ments subject to the action of the Democratic primary: For Tax Collector: E. J. (Ernest) McCrary For County Clerk: Hall Benton Jewel McLeod. C. A. Peacock. For Supeiintendent of Public Instructions: J. U. Searcy. (Re-election.) For Tax A^sessoi. Arthur Nichols. T. U. Shirey. For County Judge: li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

v • 18, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE 5EE TO YOUR EYES We Replace Any Broken Lens Geo. F. Flynt Jeweler and Optician 1110 E. Broad Street 2 Doors East of 1st Nat'l Bank Mineola, —:— Texas NEGRO'S BODY FOUND HANGING FROM TREE J. B. CHESSHER Chiropractor Over Tfcompsbn's Drug Stone Office Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 4 Lady Attendant Jackson, Feb. 2.—Lyn- ch i?ig a negro east of Crystal Springs was revealed tod":... when the body of Will Thrash- er was found suspended from a iree east of here. A note was lacked to the tree saying the 11 • gro had been identiCied as the one who attempted to assault n white school teacher. Authori- ties are investigating. Beautiful costumes sangs and comedy sketches. Watch for date in Februarv. 25-2t One good milk cow, with month old calf for sale or trade for hogs.—C. 0. Barnett, Min- eola, Route 4. 50-4tp. | Chili for sale. Water free. ; You teli 'em its good.—Ralph's Place. . . • NEW STORE OPENED __I am opened for business at the Pugh Vulcanizing sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR FEB. 16, 195 Tamed Indian Says Wild Whites Making Wild Man Of Him Again. Chicago, III.—The giddy whirl of the gay white tribe has made a wild man out of the last ot the Apaches. Dr. Crrlos Montezuma, who turned to the medical profes- sion after Indian wars becam,* unfashionable, went on the war path today against the whit- man's civilization. "I was a nice, tame iiidian when I left the dull, quiet hom, of my fathers in the West an 1 came to wild, wooly Chicago," the bronze brave complained. "But now, I fear? I'm getting wild again." The much maligned flapper of course came in for her share of the blame for Montezuma's reversion to type "Poor Pocahontas was con- isidered a wild girl in her time, according to history's estimate' he said. "But what would the historians have to say if she fobbed her feathers, wore short blankets and discarded her moccasins for goloshes? I shud- der to think." Montezuma said his trib? probably thought it had a hectic time da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

SB. 16, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE •ERSONAL NEWS about people we know W. 0. Allen of DeLeon is h this week. Upper 10. _• he dependable flour. Found, a. key. Apply at th office. Brunswick Stew Saturday February 18. H, 0. Rogers was a business ( visitor to Dallas Monday. 1^. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith I " htive moved to Carden, Okla. pjHpj.j A ' HHii Then you need flour, ask your aler for Clove c j -al. [r and Mrs. F. E. Adan Ffcnt to Dallas Wednesday jrning. ty, fellows! Next Saturday eat ^ Dinner at Ralph's Place, next door to fire station. ' • Saturday, February 18, My £itew day. Get a Brunswick : old W. D. Kitchens stand. r. .Give your order to Carl. He jfp give you your money's tporth. At Ralph's Place "V •? T Mrs. Wells of Smith count is visiting Mrs. T. A. Browning and other relatives here V\ week-. , i WANTED: a few small loadj >f wood on subscription.—Tht Mineola Monitor. Seed Artichokes for sale. The best hog feed known. From •500 to 1000 bushels on Wood county land....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

PAGE 3IX THE MINEOLA MONITOR FEB. 16, 1922 0 Remember= Until March 1, Only We wit! send you the Mineola Monitor and the Dallas Semi-Weewly farm News for only $1.75. After that date both papers wi!! cost you $2.50. By taking ad- vantage of this offer you get 156 copies of the two papers for the next twelve months, a cost of less than one and one half cents per issue. March First is positively last date at this price. The Monitor will then be $1.50 per year. *— • •: ■' : S ' .'•■4 ■f*

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

*"'.u • FEB. 16,1922 r " • • (THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' PAGE SEVEN i r [ led Its crooked way through the set- tlement. -MacKenzie's straight, thick-set fig- . tire made her shudder, hut the slim, ■ •, , ^oy^sh one beside him brought a queer little thrill to her heart. "He's a beautiful angel himself," she murmured, and taking up the ax, She slipped down the tree and dropped to the wet ground. Granny Hope straightened up as Polly entered the kitchen. Swiftly tlie girl crawled out of her father's trousers and tossed back her curjls. "What's the matter, pretty brat?" queried the woman drowsily. "I got to find Daddy," replied roily, her voice shaking. "Old Mare's back an' he's after us squatters a-flyin", an', Granny—" She paused, her face softened, and she smiled. "Yep, honey?" prompted Mrs. Hope. "OJd Marc had a beautiful angel with him," went on the girl, "an' he likes us squatters. He stood right up to that rotten MacKenzie. I heard him, I did." She crossed to the old ; woman's side. "L...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1922

PAGE EIGHT • . if - y. f" THE MINEOLA MONITOR FEB. 16, Iv* I, • i. im \ , I ;r,- 5 p, . |y I I > to?.. ' * MENDS ANNOUNCE TWO [MATES FOB COMMISSIONERS Friends of H. O. Roberts anct D. N Sneed Wednesday announ ced them as CandidaLes for city commissioners in Mineola. The statement issued was somewhat lengthy and will he published in the next issue uf the Moni- tor. In the statement 11 is said, the men reluctantly agreed to make the race when visited by numer ous of their friends. They fi- nally agreed and pledged their cooperation in anyway that wili make Mineola a bigger and bet- ter place in winch to iive. MOVES TO HAWKINS PAID DLHTS AFTER THIRTY-TWO YEARS After thirty-two years the creditors of J. E. Plummer, ; Leeds rr. • i-uiactunr will bo paid in full. He went bankrupt in 1889 owing $50,000. He star- ed ever ayain ir. British Hondu ras made a fortune and died rt Rome ;'i Mar-h. Now the credi- tor® wili be * -il.J with interest Mr. J. A. Houston loaded his Stock of merchandis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

flip w PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MlNEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50.—NO. 1. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1922. The Monitor still $1.00 per y< disasterous fire visits ouithan LBSSJS $60,000 Blaze Occurred Last Saturday Morningi—Eighteen Individu- al Losses Incurred. One of the most disasterous .iCires in the history of Quitman Wood county seat, occurred ±2 o'clock last Saturday ing, when eighteen indi- uals lost approximately $60,- in a blaze which for a time eatened the entire business let. Of the $61,000 involved the blaze there was only $14,- 00 insurance. The cause of the fire is un- known. Detailed losses are as follows: C. Humphreys, !os. ! S250, no insurance; W. M. Tay- V lor loss $500, no insurance; H. * J. Wilder, loss $3,000, no insur- ance; H. G. WiLingham, loss $500, no insurance; Jim Strange, loss $2,500, no insurance; Smith Grocery loss $1,200, no insur- }$nce; J. F. Crofford, loss $5,0001 r_ urance $1,000; M. M. Renfro ;^Iqss $1,000, no insu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

>AG1 he mm mm 8. J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- lisher. Entered at post office, Mineola, Texas, as second class matter. A one-half rate for cards of thanks, obituaries, church and society events where such are given for the purpose of raising money, will be charged. Advertising rates made known upon application. NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erronous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any individual, firm or corporation appearing in The Monitor will be corrected if brought to the attention of the publisher. Subscription price $1.50 per year in advance. ANNOUNCEMENTS live and we all live, it is time to call a halt. It can best be done by all good people of the county cooperat- ing with the officers. Officers can do littie single handed. They need help. o PREPARE FOR TOURISTS. The other day the writer had an opportunity to ride into Ty- n-r with a Smith county farmer, incidentally the subject of high ways became a question of the conversation. We informed th farmer that t...

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