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

THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922 Storm Country Polly 1W f- * H % GRACE MILLER WHITE Vis-. ' Illustrated by R. H. Livingstone THE MINEOLA MONITOR ju PAGE SEVEN fen.'- ' I IS '1 4 •' 1 ' Jtfc * V ■ §§JL--. - & .w : Pf«P v-""w :#: */ ... ■ , i, * v, . E' ''!MX f L-s- ' ■pibp^ kfAWVAWJ ICopyrtjht by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Occupying a dilapidated •hack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- ment near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hop- kins lives with her father, small Jerry, and an old woman, Granny Hope. On an adjacent farm, Oscar Bennett, proaperoui farmer, is a neighbor. He is secretly married to Evelyn Robertson, supposedl> wealthy girl of the neighborhood. Polly alone knows their secret. Marcus Mac- Kenzie, who owns the ground the squat- ters occupy, is their determined enemy. Polly overhears a conversation between MacKenzie and a stranger, in which th« former avows his invention of driving tin squatters from his land. The strangei sympathizes with the squatters,...

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

PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, i-'i:::!!!!!1!;!! Notice! ON ACCOUNT OF HAVING ENTERED INTO PRINT- ING CONTRACTS REQUIRING CONSIDERABLE TIME, THE MONITOR HEREAFTER WILL GO TO PRESS EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING. THIS MEANS THAT ALL AD- VERTISING AND NEWS MATTER MUST BE IN THE OFFICE TUESDAY AFTERNOON. WE ASK YOUR COOPERATION WITH US IN THIS THAT THE PAPER MAY COME OUT ON TIME AND THAT W E MAY BE ABLE TO CARRY OUT OUR CONTRACTS. The Mineola Monitor ft;i!ill!!i!!l!!llliii'!!!!illllll!!!!!!! ili'lt m Vjf J iff ff r FIRM FAVORS INCREASE OF SWEET POTATOES Dallas, Texas—The sweet po- tato is one of the most impor- tant food crops grown in Tex- as, and it is a regrettable facv that thousands of farm families do not grow enough sweet po- tatoes for home use and that very few of our towns and cit- ies have a sufficient supply for more than two or three months- each year. Investigation shows that the consumption of sweet potatoes should be greatly in- creased in Texas. The towns and cities...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

r*if 1SSPMJJ! k: 1 •• '• v . •. • * 1 -a The Mineola Monitor ♦ PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1922. NUMBER 5. bIG BARBECUE WILL FEATURE SPUDDING IN OF SECOND TEST HEAD OF SCHOOLS IS REELECTED FOR THIRD TERK HERE . .i 9-' At a meeting of the Mineola School Board last Friday night, Superintendent S. C. Miles and Principal C. E. Nesbitt were re- appoint ed to serve in these ca- lf pacities another year. Other members of the faculty will be elected at a subsequent meeting of the board. An election for the purpose of Darning three trustees was called for April 1. Four of the board members will hold over for another year. The election of the superin- tendent and principal it is said was unanimous. Under their 1^1 direction the Mineola schools fe S ; have made rapid strides and j , graduates who are going to ( *;; other institutions are making -i;V great records in their school r ''■> work. Athletic League...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR m£*- smi PAGE TWO W 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. AID THE EDITOR 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. JUST THIS MINUTE If we're thoughtful just this minute, In whate'er we say and do; If we put a purpose in it That is honest thro' and thro' We shall gladden life and give it Grace to make it all sublime; For, though life is long, we live it Just a minute at a time- Just this minute we are going Toward right or toward wrong; Just this minute we are sowing Seeds of sorrow or of song. Jus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1022. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE itONOR ROLL FOR MIN- EOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS For Fourth Six-Week Term. FIRST GRADE— J. T. Roberts. Oleta Ezell. Willette Vandiver. Francis Landers- Virginia Ann Gordan. High First Grade: Ruth Stevens. Herbert Little. Pauline Miller- Austin Connell. Thomas Howell. Second Grade: Howell Adair. Aubrey Baker. Truman Jones. Wylie Peters. Church Pendleton- E. J. Parsons. Sunnie Joe Shows. LaNeta Brawner. 'Roma Lee Huff. Juanita Huiff- Edna Mae Kingston. Cecelia Knight- Laurine Nummy. •Dorothy Ann Sinclair, lone Seago. Elizabeth, Wren. Third Grade: Tacy Bruner. . Marion Humphreys. Lucile Williamson. Vendelia Vandiver. Ralph Bowdoin- Adrian Rogers. Fourth Grade: (iy Quinton Hearne. Joe Vera Moody. • ; Mamie Herring. Edwin Smart. , Joe Simonek. Roy Bl&ckstock. : Irma Burkett. ' Richard Wilkerson- jr' Louise Brawner- ■r, • ■. -v .. v pV ; '^-Rena Goddard. i 'y Virgil Hammons. |p •: Charles Weete. ; .Fifth Grade: . t^lma Williamson. I&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 19 22. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FOUR M" I Cross Gives $310,000 to Aid 'Clean-Up' Drive An appropriation of $::i 0,000 for Red Cross work in connection with ilia "eiean-up" cnnipai.cn instituted by the Government to bring the claims of all disabled service men who are entitled to Federal aid before tlx* proper gov- ernment bm-ejin for action, has been Made by the American Red Cross, The Executive Committee of the American Red Cross in making the appropriation authorized the appropri- ation of $35,000 of this sum to the Americar Legion to defray the ex- pense of the Legion representatives assigned to the various districts of the Veterans Bureau. The remainder of the appropriation was authorized for apportionment among the several Divisions of the Red Cross for carrying on that part of the ''clean-up" work that falls di- rectly upon the Red Cross organization. WORK BEGINS ON IDE JIM HOGG HIGHWAY Young America Sends Vast Relief To Needy Abroad Various relief project...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 19 22. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE PERSONAL NOTES B. A. Brooks is in Dallas and Fort Worth on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Steed vis- ited in Dallas last week URGES FARMERS TD PLM BETTER COTTON SEED price for the staple. Any one desiring information concerning this cotton would d well to talk with Mr. Dickson or with Secretary J. W. Smart of the Chamber of Commerce. YV. B. Dickson Says Farmers | Who Planted this Last Year i Received Better Price. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ferguson of Quitman were here Satur within the next few days the' day car j()afj 0f Acala cotton seed j ordered by the Chamber oi, Mrs. Wallace Daniel has re-j Commerce to be sold at cost a-; turned from an extended visit mong the farmers of this vi-1 to Galveston. cinity, will reach Mineola. The j ! seed will be distributed from the ! A. W. Fulcher, Harry Gord- potato Curing plant in the ral- on and Doug Phillips motored ro«d yards where W. F- Denny COW HIDES WANTED MAYOR CALLS ELECTION. By authori...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

"WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 19 ,22. THE MINEOLA MONITOR S0 We Print Letter Heads, Note Heads Envelopes, Cards Menus, Circulars, Folders Hand Bills etc. her bedside. Dr. Moore said she seemed to be getting along all right and had talked with him upon his leaving her. Soon after his arrival at his home at Hainesville he received a phone message stating that she wa: dead. "Deceased was born August 27, 1878, married November 15 1898 to W. B- Daws, ten chil- dren were born to them, nine of which are still living. She joined the Baptist church in 1897. Her aged mother Mrs. Lucy Moore, still survives her. as does the husband and nine children, and several brothers and sisters, two of the broth- ers live in Wood county, viz: C. P- Moore of Winnsboro, and Dr. J. H. Moore of Hainesville The other brothers and sisters live in Mississippi. The Monitor HOARD NEWS Mrs. Louise Burden of Tyler is spending a week's visit with relatives near Hoard. The Society Friday night was fine, there were four reci- t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

%££fr< WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 19 22. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEUT BP| Storm Country Polly % GRACE MILLER WHITE Ilhutrated by R. H. Livingstone Irjf£P (Copyright br Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Occupying & dilapidated •hack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- ment near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hop- kins lives with her father, small Jerry, 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- Kenzie, who owns the ground the squat- ters occupy, is their determined enemy. Polly overhears a conversation between MacKenzie and a stranger, in which th« former avows his intention of driving tin 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 rich, as she suppos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1922

, -41 ,% * % J PAGE ISIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY? ■a. ■ SFIECT THEATOE—PROGRAM it: >■!: THURSDAY Robertson-Cole—Doris May in EDEN AND RETURN Also "BOB & BILL" 10c-25c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE Pathe Serials-A. Arrow No. 41; D Adv 14 ROLIN COMEDY, "BOB & BILL" 10c-25c : SATURDAY NIGHT Robertson-Cole—William Christy Cabanne's story THE STEALERS Also Chester Snooky "FRESH HUN" 10c-25c TWO DAYS—MONDAY and TUESDAY PARAMOUNT—Based on George M. Cahen's Famous Comedy Success GET RICH QUICK WALLINGFORD With Doris Kenyon All-Star Cast. i o in • l v 10c-25c also Sel8mck News- WEDNESDAY PARAMOUNT—ELSIE FERGUSON, in FOOTLIGHTS Also Joe Martin Monkey Cornedv- 10c-25c Official Statement of the Financial Condition of ' THE FARMERS STATE BANK per printed and published at Mineola, State of Texas on the 22nd uay of Ma.rch, 1922, published in the Mineola Monitor, a newspa- per printed and published at Mneola, State of Texas on the 22nd aay of March, 11)22. RESOURCES Loans and Disco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

P h. ■ r ! m The irlineola Monitor UBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINED La AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 19 22. NUMBER (i. GOLDEN OIL COMPANY'S SECOND DERRICK IS COMPLETED DISTRICT COURT NOW ON HEARING OF CIVIL DOCKET 4< 4. Lucian W. Parrish Died Monday Night JONES MURDER USE SAGED RESIDENT IS TRANSFERRED TO i OF THIS MTV ADJOINING COUNTY! DIED LAST WEEK •I* *1* * 1* May Christen Well V With Jug of Syrup ^ |r£. ; Rufus Browning Special \ enirc Case Concluded Monday With Verdict of Jury. I* i *1* I* i* i* A District court this week is busy on the civil docket. No trial oil this docket had begun Tuesday afternoon. This dock- et is on call until Thursday morning at which time wlli be called the Bud Boatwright case wherein defendant is charged with assault. A special venire has been summoned for the case. The onlv ..-pedal venire case ~ ~~ tried at r"..s term of the court |£^j? PROBLEMS Congressman Lucian W. Parrish of the Thirteenth Texas D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

m' to" WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1922. l"* v* THE MINEOLA M4Y PAGE TWO 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. 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. HELP THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Last Wednesday night there was an enthusiastic meeting of a few Mineola citizens at the Chamber of Commerce. Not nearly all those who should have been there were in attend- ance, although the meeting was well advertised. Most of those who attended Were handed a surprise in ?#n enthusiastic ad- dress by Mr. John A. Garver, head of the Golden Oil Com- pany. Mr. Garver r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

.. v *u :? r, march 29,1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE INTEREST TO THE FARMERS OF EAST TEXAS TEXAS FARMERS HAVE UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES IN POULTRY CRADDOCK OUTLINKS MARKETING SYSTEM jHHIIWWBKSHARi) seldom think of the vL Local Pools Recommended As A Starter—State Organi- zation to Follow. He Urg es California Plan. Writer Says Districts With A Minimum of 100 Laying Hens Next Step After Local Pool. By W. F. CRADDOCK. During the last five years IpTexas has developed from ?n important poultry and egg state to where she is now about meet- ing her own requirements of j these products. With an area in Texas equal to any two of the central west- |?;V ern states, which section has v been proonunced by the great- est poultry experts of the coun- try, ideal for poultry, we should ||.H within the next ten years, k come to regard turkeys and chickens as one of our chief ^ sources of income from Texas Even at the present from the table waste. - farms. V < r"' ' « 1 I time, Texas turkeys are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1922. t^OODOOCOOCOOOCOOOO rkl ill ra i S) QQGQGGC0QCCQQQC/7! ★ s i s B >1 « 1 Word About Prices The Main Function of this business3 as we see it, is to bring to the people of this section, the Newest and most stylish and most attractive things that can be procured—and not only must everything shown at BROMBERGS be authori tative in appearance-it must be thoroughly well made and of the soundest materials.-—BUT THIS IS NOT ENOUGH—- Prices Must Be Reasonable This season because of conditions we have set a new level in price-making. Heretofore we have sometimes been content to give better goods for the same money—-or the same goods for less money but NOW nothing short of i \ Better Goods For Less Money will be allowed at BROMBERGS Let us demonstrate-take for instance a piece of solid color gingham-Ours at 15c is better than the other fellows at 20c-Come in and see for yourself. New Hats at Moderate Prices You will find in our Milline...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

■ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 19 22. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE J 1/illia.mFox yfiresenis OVER* HI Ll OV William Fox Presents r i HILL' ~7'he greatest human si cry ever hold One entire year in N ew Yorlc at eix different Broadway tLeatres plf From tl e poem liy WAX CARLETON Scenario by paul H. SLOANE Directed by harry millarde Select Theatre Monday and Tuesday April 3 and 4 Mineola, Texas ADMISSION Children . . 25c. Adults . . 50c, Tax 5c ViIUamFoxi Jiresenls THEWONDE& PICTURE OF ALL TIMES Coming new as pre sen From the poem by WILL CARLETON Scenario by paul h. sloane Directed by harry millardb M*. •\ . i t'-A v ■??$ I I ' PERSONAL HEWS. fc.BOUT PEOPLE WE K.NOW| Lost, a bunch of keys. Find- er please return to J. W. Shows. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lindley of Quitman were in Mineola Mon- day. Mrs. Josie Brown of Marshall is here, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr. Noble. estme, Suffering from pneu- monia, is rapidly recovering. Miss Johnnie Norwood, who is attending Southern Method- ist Uni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

M WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2% 1922. THE MINEOLA MONlTOtt FARMERS URGED TO PRO TECT FRUIT TREES. PAGE SI? (Continued from page three.) scale present to ' to effect of the self-boiled lime- sulphur wash on control of insects which may ht on the trees, especially the San Jose Scale, is important while to secure the best results in the control of th*. scale in nects it would be desirable coat the limb* and twigs more thoroughly than is accomplish- ed in or during summer spray- ( ing, nevertheless, in the course of the Work as practised against ( the Curiculo. Brown-rot and; Scab, noticeable good is accom- , plished. Although the spray is not strong enough to Kill manv of the adult scale insects it is effective to an important extent in bringing about the death of the young scale- bx- perimants made by ihe Bureau of Etymology in the use of the self-boiled lime-sulphur wash as a summer spray for the San Jose Scale, have shown that two or three applications will re- sult in a marked improvement in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

WEDNESDAY. MARCH 29, 19 THE MINEOLA MONITOR .".•■V'AVSV.V.-AV.VI Storm Country Polly < H ... GRACE MILLER WHITE IUtutrattd by R. H. Livingstone Avaw.v.v.v.v.vavw.wj (Copyright by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Occupying a dilapidated • shack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- ment near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hop- kins lives with her father, small Jerry and an oid woman. Granny Hope. On an adjacent farm, Ost/ar Bennett, prosperous farmer, is a neighbor. He is secretly married to Evelyn .Robertson, supposedly wealthy girl of the neighborhood. Pollv a.lone knows their secret. Marcus Mac- Kenzie, who owns the ground the squat- ters occupy, is their determined enemy. Polly overhears a conversation between MacKenzie and a stranger, in which t.h« former avows his intention of driving tho 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 rich...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 March 1922

- * PAGE EIGHT 1 THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2ft 22, m Official Statement of the Financial Condition of THE FARMERS STATE BANK at Mineola State of Texas, at the close of business on the 10th day of Mg.reh, 1922, published in the Mineola Monitor, a newspa- per printed and published at Mineola, State of Texas on the 22nd a ay of March, 1922- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, personal or collateral $ 87.05155 Loans, real estate 9,027.58 Bonds and Stocks 1,000.00 Real Estate (banking house) 2,240.00 Cther Real Estate 5.428.50 Furniture and Fixtures 2.160-00 Due from other Banks and Bankers, and cash on hand 5,072.20 Interest in Depositor's Guaranty Fund 1,213.79 Assessment Depositor's Guaranty Fund 1,984.71 City of Mineola Warrants 749.08 Other Resources 6.057-12 filled until evening with a = fountains. There are also sev- representative company, happily | eral large brick fire places, covered with large flat sheets iron tops, upon which a doxen informal, which soon resolved itsel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

' , ■ -~T^ * ' ' > • ► •' « * • :• . - •• . . L^u, •' -v ••• .. .. / ' -•■- • . ' ji-i. v;'i i ■_ \ .1- ■■ ■ ■ , . :f;' • : >. A : Wk* L * •* Mineola Monito r PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOL A \ND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1922 NUMBER 7. PLANS ARE COMPLETED FOR THURSDAY'S BARBECUE HUNDREDS VISIT LAKE-FORK DUMP .. AFTER BIG RUN Only Small Damage Done to Long Causeway by Floods of Last Wreek>«'* ' Hundreds of Mineola folks visited the Lake Fork Dump six ppiles East of Mineola fol- lowing the heavy rains of last week: Various and numerous reports were circulated con- cerning the dump. Some said ft was out. Others said it was ruined, but a close investiga- tion showed that only a slight, damage was done. Engineer Blair and other road ; officials visited and inspected „ t the dump. They were elated ..tv over the fact that such a slight damage was done. The rains / were of enormous volume and • ^ --it is contended had the dump been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

I4 I m 'l! • PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, M /■ * 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 sudden vogue among owners of the asylums for the insane- The estates within commuting dis-' poor, fellows undertook to put HOARD NEWS out of their papers everything that some people wanted left out tance of New York and many everything in their papers that young trees of the improved va- some people wanted and leave rieties are being planted. But the pucker! It makes the native persimmon a Dead Sea j and still make papers that peo- iruit, capable of tying the p]e would subscribe for and greediest face into a knot, until i read. A few months made them society events where such are it is dead ripe, when the pucker ideal subjects for the bug given for the purpose of raising magically vanishes, leaving noth house.—Honey Grove Signal. money, ...

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