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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

p-? 7" " *$-&'.■ . - ■■ ■ .I ; ;. * , FEB. 23, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE v. SEE TO YOUR EYES We Replace Any Broken Lens Geo. F.Flynt Jeweler and Optician 110 E. Broad Street 2 Doors East of 1st Nat'l Bank Mineola, —:— Texan \* • ' & <-V c , r . M J.B. CHESSHER Chiropractor Over Thompson's Drug Stone Office Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 4 Lady Attendant FIRM BUREAU IS INTERESTED IN EAST TEXAS SYRUP Farmers Urged to Standardize Product So That Ready Mar- ket Will be Afforded. Dallas, Tex?,s,— Sugar cane is one of the most profitable crops that can be grown in East Tex- as. Syrup properly made from this cane is delicious and whole- some. Thousands of farmers are now producing comparatively small amounts of syrup and the total number of gallons made reach- es many thousands of gallons. These farmers could and would gladly increase their cane acre- age if they could find a ready market at profitable prices. The NEW STORE OPENED^ __1 am opened for business at the Pugh Vulca...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

VA6E FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY FEB. 23, 1922. acnvm CENTERS AROUND LONE OAK 3Pour Deep Oil Tests to be Un der Drill Within One Month Lone Oak, Hunt Co., T,exas.— IFour deep test oil wells will be 'under the drill in the vicinity «.of Lone Oak by March 15 ir ] present plans of the companies nare carried out. The Texas & Pacific Oil and ffJas Company has secured a "block of acreage two miles .^southeast of Lone Oak and has completed all arrangements to ;spuic! in within the next three *days. L. W Prunty of Fort "Worth will drill this test to a vdepth of 3,500 feet unless oil ~is found in paying quantities at za lesser depth. J. W. (Hog Creek) Carruth ^as secured a block of acreage -one and one-half miles west of ~*Lone Oak and will sink a dee~i 'test. This derrick is under ^course of construction and ac- tual drilling operations will be 'under way within the next ten «days. The Mississippi Oil Company "has purchased a block of acreage 'three and one-half miles south- -east...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

'AY. FES. 23, 1922. Mrs. Lula Harris of San An- tonio is here, the guest of Mrs. C. E. Revelle and other friends and relatives. Did you see the Majestic last March? Don't fail to see the newest in February. Benefit Baptist Building Fund. 25-2t in Houston. LANKFORD DRUG COMPANY "Store of Better Service," PHONE 26 When you want the best drugs and cour- teous treatment. Come to see us. THE MINEOLA MONITOR STOP THAT ITCHING PAGE FIVE COW HIDES WANTED - We are paying 5c for fresh green beef hides shipped to us by express in boxes and 6c for salted hides ship ped by express or freight in sacks. Do not ship green hides by freight. Tags are procurable at express office or newspaper office. A, Golenternek & Co. Tyler, Texa? We are little but we feed you big. A nice big hamburger for a dime. Ralph's Place. THE ELECTRIC WAY' IS THE BEST J Let us show you and you will be | convinced I We have in stock Sewing Machinc jMotors, Irons, Coffee Percolators, Small Cooking Stoves and Small I Water ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MON1ITOR thursday fsmim YOUNG FRIEND! If George Washington could uise from his grave on his birth day the 22nd of this month and see our cities at midnight light- ed as bright as day, hear the whirl of the elect rc cart talk ov- «r the wireless telephone, send a message by wireless to a ship far out at sea, examine his own bones with an X-Itay, view the sunny plains and canals of Mars through a telescope, lake a flight from America to Europe in an air ship, and return under the waters of the ocean in a subma- rine, get run over by an automo- bile going 90 miles an hour, see Kings fleeing from their thfrones —but what's the use of going back a hundred years? A sys- tem of shorthand and bookkeep- ing twenty-five years old is but little use today. As the steam ship has crowd- ( ad out the sail boat, as the type-i writer the goose quill pen and| pokeberry ink, so have the fa- mous Byrne systems of book- Keeping, business training and shorthand taken the place of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

% GRACE MILLER WHITE Illustrated by R. H. Livingstone 'J 4 ft"*.*.*.,«. ■AWAWAWAV Copyright by Little, Brown &. Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Occupying: a dilapidated j •hack in'the Silent City, a .' quatu-r settle- 1 Bttent .near Ithaca, ,\civ York, Polly Hop- ; kins Ji.ves with her father, small Jerry j •and an old woman. Granny Hope. On ar Adjacent i'ann. Ost ar Bennett, prosperous I r, is a neighbor. He is secretly j ftfTied to Evelyn Hubcnson. supposedly pithy girl of the neighborhood. Poll.v ] M*\e Knows their secret. Marcus Mac- ' . igie, who owns the ground the squat- tors- occupy, is their determined enemy golly overhears a conversation between cKeazie and a stranger, in which the fdrmer avows his iru, lition of driving the ■Quatters from his land. The strangej J^mjpatliizes with the squatters, and as Polly's .gratitude. CHAPTER II.—Evelyn Robertson dis- Ujvers from her mother that they are noi ,.- ich, as she supposed, but .practically liv- r'ing oh the bounty of Rober...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1922

dtii I i • SELECT THEATRE FRIDAY MATINEE PATHE SERIALS—"The Avenging Arrow,'' "The Dou- ble Adventure.' Rolin Comedy and the Adventures of Bill and Bob. 10c-20c Special School Children's Matinee, beginning Promptly at 4 O'Clock. Rolin Comedy, Bob and Bill,—Pussy m the Boots, The Three Bears,—Featuring the Tom Thumb Midgets. The Tom Thumb Midgets Vaudeville Entertainment.— ALL FOR TEN (10c) CENTS. MATINEE 10c-20c NIGHT 15c-25c SATURDAY NI6HT '♦KAZAN," James Oliver Curwood Story — Directed by Bertram Bracken (A former Mineola Boy).—Monkey Comedy: "MOVIE MAD" 10c-25c MONDAY ~~ METRO—"THERE ARE NO VILLIANS" with Viola Dana.—SELZNICK NEWS. 10c-25c TUESDAY METRO—"THE HUNCH" with Careth Hughes—' 'THE PERFECT VILLIAN" Sunshine Comedy. 10c-25c WEDNESDAY- _ Belly Compson in "THE END OF THE WORLD"—A Paramount Special.—(Don't Miss This one). 10c-25c THURSDAY "VIRGINIA'S COURTSHIP"—Featuring May McAvoy Bob and Bill 10c-25c \ Coming—"THE SHEIK"—March 13-14—Select Theatre. New Spring Ginghams and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 March 1922

: w T" /j ' ju * ' The Mineola JVlonitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1922. NUMBER 3. think operations will begin soon by oil companies £ <... . Lease Matters Have Held Up Second Test by the Golden Oil Company. Hardest Freeze In Recent Years Visits East Texas. I liitotSfo I f in " m With most of the barriers re- moved, indications are that drilling for oil in Wood county in the vicinity of Golden will be resumed at an early date. For several weeks the Golden Oil Company has been ready to begin the second test but were prevented from doing so be- cause of failure of certain land owners to sign and deliver the leases- J. A. Garver, head of the company, is expected to make announcements it a few days concerning the second test. It is known, however, that un- less the leases are secured this second test will not be made. The well of the Mineola Oil & Gas Company being drilled two miles West from tow...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR Wv I m m THE MINEOLA BL 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, others the good he desired for The Golden Rule lives in many nations, many religions and many tongues. The rule reads as below in the various tongues: Egyptian: He sought for society events where such are given for the purpose of raising money, will be charged. 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 State Senator: Thomas G. Pollard- (Van Zandt County.) himself. Let him pass on. Persian: Do as you would not wish do...

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

:£r . Li-^1 "V . ■ - 4 ,v] THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AN ACRE FOR LEASES NEAR REN CREWE TEST TRE JURY BOX Chandler, Tex., March 1. - There are no further develop- ments in the Ben Crewe Test No. 2 today. Work has been suspended pending the arriva or Mr- Grewe, who 13 io Fort Worth. The fe<cts as stated in the Review Tuesday are sub- stantially correct with the ex ception that the bit did not go through the rock. A 12 inc;i bi'. was drilled 6 inches into the rock and there is some appre- hension for fear that the oil may have come from the rock instead of beneath it. Chas. Featherstone, chief driller, is of the opinion that there is a crevice in the rock that the oil is seeping through. The drill stem when pulled from the hole Monday night was covered with oil. Dr. Gaither, who located the well is on the scene and an- nounces the oil of high gravity, probably 36 to 40. He is also of the opinion that the oil is seep- ing through the rock. ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH THOMAS G. POLLARD CANDIDATE FOR BfiNATEj The Monitor has received! from the Hon. Tomas G. Pol-j lard, representaive from Van Zandt county, his announce- ment as a candidate for the State Senate from this senator- ial district. The following, con- cerning Mr. Pollard recently appeared in the Canton Herald; and is herewith reproduced: The Herald is authorized to announce Hon. ThomavS G. Pol- lard of Edom as a candidate fori state senator to succeed Senator I Will D. Suiter of Wood county j who we understand will not be: a candidate for reelection. It; is doubtful if there is a youn * man in Van Zandt county moiv I worthy of the honor to which) he aspires nor a young man to whom the citizens of Van Zandt county would be more delighted to elevate to the office of state senator than Tom Pollard. By his own pluck, energy and per* severance he has educated him- self, entering the University of Texas without funds but with a determination to sec...

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

■J? rURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE Jacqueline Logan Something to Think About By F. A. WALKER JOHN B. MAYFIELD CHAPTER DEMOLAY ORGANIZED IN TYLER Continued from Page 1.) no wonder Jacqueline Logan "movie" star. She is not only II trained for the work, having been >led for the stage, but she is an somplished musician. She is a Colo- Jo Springs girl. Her mother was a iisic teacher. An aunt was a vaude- ille performer. Misc Jacqueline is • a blonde. She is of Irish extraction. O THE RIGHT THING at the RIGHT TIME Br MARY MARSHALL DUFFEE if ' v MR. AND 31RS. How much the wife is dearer than the bride.—Lord Lyttleton. NEVER send any sort of formal in- vitation to Mrs. John Brown .m i not .to her husband when ■> u r men are invited to the event. Tlir-r i>. jst ib nof in S'ood form to inviti* eii'ior ; o^lrtosband or wife to a fornuit party H&fhout Inviting the otli<«r when per- ^ £ Kins'of both sexes are inviled. If you a B+r'; giving a tea for your da...

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

5DAY, MARCH 9, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SB meiica edio J THE SPIRIT OF THE LEGION I ' ■ . I am the American Legion, flesh and blood of America's fighting men, soul of those who; sleep on Flanders Field and in1 the watery depths of the hea. j ing ocean. i I an* the American Legion. I I am the voice of four million j men who rallied to their coun- trys flag when it was menaced. I cherish and hold sacred the memories of those stirring days the valorous deeds and heroic sacrifices of the men in khaki blue. am the American Legion, h ever watchful eyes for and ik after the needs and wants the maimed and disabled terans of the great war. With derness and mercy I minis- ir to them. With unrelenting rength and power I fight i the legislative halls of our coun- try for their welfare and hap- piness. I turn the searchlight of pitile&s publicity end inefici- Incy and unfairness toward the former service man. I am the American Legion. I safeguard those rights and principles for wliich ...

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

It .if mi ifi *, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEN GRACE MILLER WHITE lUmHrmttd by R. H. Livingstone bVWWWWWWJW JCopftigfe* by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS, CHAPTER I.—Occupying a dilapidated > •"ack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- J ®**nt near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hop- *: tlM lives with her father, small Jerry i, an oid woman, Granny Hope. On an i adjacent farm, Oscar Bennett, prosperous ; V Iarla®r, is a neighbor. He is secretly mairied to Evelyn Robertson, supposedly ! wealthy girl of the neighborhood. Polly 1 **one. knows their secret. Marcus Mac- 1 Jtenzie, who owns the ground tlie squat- on occuP>'. is their determined enemy, roily overhears a conversation between MacKenzie and a stranger, in which the former avows his intention o£ driving th« , squatters from his land. The strangei sympathizes with the squatters, and earns Polly's gratitude. CHAPTER II.—Evelyn Robertson dis- covers from her mother that they are not pch, as she supposed, but pracuial...

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

TH1 MMNI • \ K SKpFytV:id? 'jk~ >f J . ' .*' S'-', •rmafeday, march 9, 1922. A Friendly Tip All that is best in the new fabrics and styles for Spring and Sninmer ir> revealed in the Rose & Company line of made- to-measure clothes now on display. If you want correct style, per- fect fit, good work and full sat- isfaction—all at a money-saving price, drcp in let us take your measure for a rose & company Tailored Suit There are hundreds of fabrics to choose from and each repre- sents the Rose & Co. policy of excess value for little money. PRE W AR PRICES ON MEN'S CLOTHING Call and See these Wonderful Patterns. Pre-W7ar Pricse on Made-To-iMeasure Suits $22.50 $25.00. $27.50 and $30.00. J. W. SHOWS TO THE PUBLIC As Tax Collector of the Min- eola Independent School dis- trict I have nothing but the law as my guide- The law requires me to report and pay over ah money collected by me at the end of each month, I em under oath and bond to do thife anc do as much as in my pow...

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

f .■ ! Hbh^pbet v mm i • «> •: • • m • •; - •-fr mr" Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOL A AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922 NUMBER 4. MAKE LOCATION FOR SECOND WELL NEAR GOLDEN VENIRE USES ARE SET FOR TRIAL IN , COURT AT OUITMAN h Venires Are Ordered for Four Cases to be Tried in District C&urt Next Week. Four special venire cases will be jtried in district court at nan next week. 5ie first case to be called is ramst Sam Graves, negro, irged with with killing his fe several weeks ago in the >me in Southeastern part of ineola. Following* this will be called COMPLETES CALL OF CIVIL DOCKET In the district court at Quit- man Judge Warren has complet ed the call of the civil jury dock- et. Monday afternoon began the trial of criminal cases, ordinary felony cases being on the dock- et. In the case of Wiley Kitchens vs. L. P. Sims et al, a verdict was rendered for the defend- ant. These parties reside in the Yantis com...

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

THURSDA^ MARCH 16, 1922 1 1 j b THE MINEOLA ll. 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. 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. WHAT STANDARD OF MOR- ALS WILL BE THE ACID TEST? sociate ourselves together for the following purposes: To up- hold and defend the constitu- tion of the United States of A- merica; to maintain law and order; to foster and perpetuate a one hundred per cent Ameri- canism; to preserve the mem ories and incidents of our asso- ciation in the Great War; to in- culcate a sense of individual ob- ligation to the community, the state and nation; to c...

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

hi, m • ■fWil I THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR - "ISiPl ,? '}:}?■% •-7; v; II t I.. • SWEET POTATO RS OF BE MINEOLA KU KLUX MAKE DONATIONS TO TWO ALBA WOMEN Dallas, Texas. Plans are be-| | a>sj week when the editor of ing made for the organization ihe Two.Counlv Times at Alba, of the Sweet Potato Growers'! oponed the door of hi3 office of Texas into a cooperative mar-' hp found a ,etter written on keting association on the stan- stationer>4 of the Mineola Ku dard Texas Farm Bureau plan, KhjX Klan The letter contained according to an announcement m0ney f()|- two Alba women coming from the office of WaJ- wjU) were said ^o be in needy ton Peteet, Director of Com- circUmstances. The following modity Marketing Organization je^ter as it appeared in for the Texas Farm Bureau fed- the Two_County Times: „ I "March 4, 1922. At the present time Farm Bu- trmrnT* of THF KT* reau members are successfully! :^TT ^ selling cotton, wool, tomatoes, ^LUX KLAN of your country alfalfa...

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

{ , . rr^.^r. _. * V? Vi^ifc.**-' •• r--- «'i i■ - •jjy R.2'?ji PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR Arkansas Claims This Portion of JUST A FEW JESTS Grand Old Texas ' ^By tiie Majestograph Jester) Austin, Texas.—That portion) of Texas territory which the! state of Arkansas seeks title to I in its attempt to obtain permis-; ram sion from the supreme court of, ON the program—were Brom- the United States to intervene berg's and Billy Haley's ads. At in the Texas-Oklahoma bound-- that we wish Mr. Haley, the ary suit not only includes all of programmatic rhapsodist, had thte bed of the Red River, butj revealed less of his animated includes 56 Texas counties, con-| diary, and to protect himself stituting that portion of Texas! from unsympathetic readers, Homer essayed what has hith- erto been regarded as "The Im- possible," a home talent humor- ist with original lines, extem- poraneous "quips and quirks and wanton wiles" as he whips ancl j works wantin' smiles, alone on Ihe best things in the p...

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

t': i. . .T: V:-v,<- THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922 the Mineola monitor PAGE FIVE ■ v*.t. r , \ *4 A LINE 0' CHEER By John Kendrick Bangs, SHARING SORROW is hard, but we can bear it If there be others by io share it. And Happiness, if we divide it Becomes as though we'd multi- plied it. Wherefore, in days of peace or trouble, 'Twere well always to seek a double. And share in bright and stormy weather Our blessings and our woes—to- gether. (Copyright.) PERSONAL NEWS AliOUT 1'EOPLE WE KNOW Miss Birdie Perry left yester- day for Dallas to attend a house party there Mrs. W. E. Cofer of Longview • ;.'vS a Avfcck-enu guest of Mrs. W. K Thompson. Miss Mildred West of Terrell was a Mineola visitor last Wed- nesday and Thursday. -o- "What's in a Name?'9 By mildred MARSHALL Facts about your name; its history; mean- ing; whence it was derived; significance; your lucky day and lucky jewel Mrs. Mildred Powell of Kauf- man is visiting her parents M.\ and Mrs. L, D. Bartlett. Kelly Thompson, nephew o...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SIJ INSHINE WHISKEY IS PROVEN DEADLY ASKS ONE TURKEY AN ACRE FOR FARM ^Government Report Shows Con- tent of Stuff Bootleggers are Peddling. | Washington, March 4. — Chemical analysis of bootleg whiskey reveal interesting in- formation as to its deadly character, a report on the sub ject, in part, being as follows: "Fussel oil produces depres- sion or tetanis • convulsions. , muscular relaxation, and de- troys tissues and acts on the central nerve system, resulting in death if taken frequently. Besides free alcohol, many sam- ples. contained alcohol, aldehy- des, furfural, copper and other poisons." According to the report, shine mash develops, wild at and other fungi. Heated >ms where the stuff is ma<' ford opportunities for devel- jment of various bactoria and cretion of toxins. The report further states: "When carried on in filthy * cellars, hovels, etc., loaded with p bacteria, there is much putre- faction. In no instance is...

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