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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

y WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1922 §F INTEREST TO THE FARMERS OF EAS m== = = • — MOCK PLAN FOR MARKEHG TEXAS POULTRY Advocates More Poultry on Tex- as Farms to Help Make Far- mers Independent. Last week The Monitor car- ried an Article by D. F. Crad- dock on what the poultry busi- ness, properly handled, would mean to Texas farmers. The Monitor is this week giving the details of his plan for coopera- tion in the work and marketing of the products. The article follows: "A plan for handling a local pool^.should be simple and easy to get working. The first thing to consider is volume. If a few farmers get together< and will ee to meet at stated times at ie express with their poultry eggs, they can secure poul- y coops and egg cases from ultry firms in the larger cities !or the asking. By this method local farm bureau can at least save something for its members. The following is a suggested plan we have worked out for i marketing eggs through egg circles, and poultry could be handled by the ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, APfUL 5, 1922 Perhaps no one realizes better the conditions of the country from a financial standpoint better than does The Mineola Monitor- This paper realizes these are stringent times; that people are not spend- ing a great deal of money, but The Monitor be- lieves it a time when merchants should do more advertising. The biggest businesses of the country have been builded by honest advertising. This is a firm's greatest asset. When times are dull they continue to advertise. Let the big mail order houses cease advertising and they will soon go out of business. One way to overcome this mail order business is for local merchants to do mo.re advertis- Scan the pages of this paper, YOUR HOME PAPER and see if your advertisement is there. If not, let's talk advertising. REMEMBER ALSO, your busirffess is judged by the wholesaler from your stationery. This of- fice is equipped to give you first class job printing on short notice. If you need letterheads, bil...

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

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1922 ' ' ' " " THE MINEOLA MONITOR TMCr nvr ALL KINDS OF . W. C. Vandiver is here from Southwest Arkansas to visit his uncle, M. H. Vandiver. He for- merly lived here and has been busy greeting his friends and acquaintances. w.k.thompson. Either in Bulk or Packages... %/.£. thompson. wp thompson. ' V- V S'. dfit/OS a/vo Se//v0r/ES-<J£WeLf?V-pho/vogffapf*S school svppl/es -f//vc ca/vs/jts ~/mpo0t£o c/cags Open every night 'till 11 WANTED: Men or women to take orders for genuine guar- anteed hosiery for men, women and children. Eliminates darn- ing. $40.00 a week full time, $1.00 an hour spare time. Ex- perience unnecessary.—Inter- national Stocking Mills, Norris- town, Pa. 49-10.p Principal C. E. Nesbitt of the Mineola Hi^h School is home from Waco where he was called to be at the bedside oi a brother who is seriously ill in the Baptist Sanitarium. I Route 4, was in Mineola Satur- I day. Mr. Barnett says he has never seen such a shortage of ! hogs in Wood Count...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

PAGE SIX. THE MINEOLA MONITOR SAM HOUSTON NORMAL INSTITUTE GIVEN HIGH RATING BY GOVERNMENT Washington, D. C.—The Sam Houston Normal School at Huntsville has been adopted by the federal educational bureau as a teacher training institu- tion in vocational agriculture under the Smith-Hughes act. The selection has been pending for some months and in order to meet the objections of the federal board, the State of Tex- as made an appropriation for enlargement of the activities and increase of the faculty in vocaional agricultural instruc- tion. The institution has had the approval of the state board of educational for this work. The Huntsville Normal is the only Normal school in the Uni- ted states that has been ap- proved by the federal board. Heretofore the activity has been confined to the land grant col- leges as having the high stand- ards required by the law. The only other Texas school operat- ing under the Smith-Hughes law is the Texas A. & M. col- lege. The recognition given ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEN rtfwae \ Storm Country Polly <8? GRACE MILLER WHITE Illustrated by R. H. Livingstone V.V.W.WAVJ (Copyright by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Occupying a dilapidated •hack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- ment near Ithaca, New 1'orK, 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 secretlj married to Evelyn Robertson, supposedlj 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 inu.nuon of 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 rich, as she suppose...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 April 1922

m PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR TEXAS FEDERATION MEETS AT COMMERCE The following is the program for the Third District Meeting of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, to be held in Commerce, April 12, 13, and 14: • Mrs. Will C. Anderson, of Winnsboro, chairman Program of Third District T. F. W. C., Wednesday evening, April 12, at the Baptist Church, 8 o'clock Presidents Evening: , Mrs. W. C. Stewart, Pittsburg First Vice President, presiding Invocation—Rev. J, Walter Creep. , Chorus—(a) "What's in the Air Todty?"—Eden: Miss Cam- eron Boone, Greenville. (b) Gypsy Song—Brahms. (c) Wind Fairies—Chaffin. Senior and Junior Cadman Club, Commerce; Harmony Club, Greenville; Miss Cameron Greenville, Director. Addresses of Welcome for the City—Mr. 0. C. Mulkey, May- or of Commerce; for the East Texas State Normal College— Mr. R. B. Binnfon, President; For Commerce Club Women— Mrs. H. H. J. Fling; Response —Mrs. E. S. Lilienstern, Mt. Pleasant. Musical Reading—"The Sel- fish Giant"— Oscar W...

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

i - %sr K?,\ v.. ■ ^ . « *. *, ' -, ' . . '/,- Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY ' VOULME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 19 J. NUMBER 8. BARBECUE PROVES GREAT EVENT IN COUNTY'S HISTORY ■a* i ^ a, Garver is honored at spudding in of the second test. Attended by crowds estimated at from two to three thousand people, the barbecue given last Thursday by Mineola Chamber of Com- mie assisted byx similar organiza- tions at Alba and'Golden, proved to one of the biggest successes for ji'event of this kind ever staged in food County. •The occasion was the spudding in the second test by the Golden Oil ompany on holdings in this vicin- ity. The barbecue was especially in honor of Mr. J. A. Garver, head of the company whG has spent the great- ;!§#>er pail of his time here during the st year- There wdre a number of sfe i>ut of town visitors, including staff jen for Fort Worth and Dallas pa- [ i. .peiV But for the almost impassible con...

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

PAGE TWO HHL*- 3P •• • ' r; - THE MINEOLA MONITOR 3' • >■ 'i/M aflfM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1^ 1922. \ \ THE MINFJi ; 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. WE MUST GET TOGETHER In the late issues of the Sunday papers Mineola received a vast a- mount of advertising, due to the bar- becue which was given last Thurs- day in honor of J- A- Garver, heard of the Golden Oil Company, who on that day spudded in the second test near Golen. Staff writers were here for three large daily newspapers- They told the world, not' only of the ...

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

WEDNESDAY,' 12, 1922. i THE MINEOLAJ MONITOR ■ i PAGE THREE INTEREST TO THE FARMERS OF EAST TEXAS 1WEE.T POTATO GROWERS PUN FOR BIG ASSOCIATION WATERMELON MEN ADOPT POOL PLAN THIRTY-SEVEN LOCAL ASSOCIA- TIONS FORM STATE MELON GROWERS EXCHANGE SLIGHT INCREASE IN CORN ACREAGE The Texas Farm Bureau Swee ^ Potato association is progressing 1 with great rapidity- Careful plans j The latest addition to the Faim for organization have been worked • Bureau family of commodity ma'kct- i out and enough associations have ! in? organizations is the Texas Farm j been formed to organize a state ex- j Bureau Melon Glowers Exchange : change, at any time the growers see ! which was organized in Dallas lues- j fit to do so . j day> March 14. Meetings are being held this week This exchange is composed of j at the following places: j thirty-seven local melon associations : Red River County, Monday. April ' and starts out with an average j 10. j which under normal conditions will j Cass County, Tuesda...

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

I'AGK FOUR THE MlNEOLA MONITOR V *'•' 'mm?, Km ' M: f$trj ' ■ *: SS V'vi3 WEDNESDAY, . £12 i^Ri *i mi ^iriVii :T>f '-j.-J* -barbecue proves great | 0„l-_1 i ^ * event in county's history i ochool Leads in Continued from Page 1.) Events at County Meet. by Mr. Garver would soon come forth spouting the liquid fluid, worth its weight in gold than does he- M r. G .1 rve r S peaks. The speaking program was closod by Mr. Garver. He was brief, de- claring he could hardly wait to get! more than fifty P°ints" Ihold* of some barbecue. He expressed ' . fiiis belief that it won't be long un- I reP°rt of t!,e meet wiU a^ea1' in , :til a proven field will be right here, tliese columns next weke. :If he didn't he said he would not Mineola students attended the Iti- terscholastic meet at Winnsboro Friday and Saturday and when rain stopped the track meet Saturday af- j i ternoon Mineola was leading by Track ev- > eats will be (run this week- A full ' Tbe drilling this well- "If we do get oil,''...

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

*'4- m WED^FESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922 THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE ) - mm-* aint Up! Brighten Up! Paint for the house. Varnish for the floor.' and furniture. Enamel for the automobile. Gold and silver paint tor the picture frames and stutuary. Everything in the way of a paint W/t. THOMPSON. J.E.THOMPSON. W.P.THOMPSOtt. Sriiiiiffl DRUGS A/vd S(//VO/?/ES-<JEWFLRY-PHO/VOGtfAPHS SCHOOL St//>/>l/£'S~/r//V£' CA/V&/ES -/Aff>Of?Tl.D C/GA/PS Open every night 'till 11 PERSONAL NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW Misses Birdie Perry and Dorothy '-•.Ikway left Sunday® for Dallas to risit friends a few days. A - . L- N. Bromberg spent Sunday with relatvies in Dallas. &. f - f# D. N, Steed and H. 0. Rogers left / Tuesday afternoon for Dallas. Mr- and Mrs. J. B. B;'dwell oi i Tyler, were here Sunday, the guests : of the latter"s parents, Mr. and Mrs- j Sims. Mrs- J. L. Mallet is in Dallas vis- iting her niece. Mrs- Roy Tate. . SALE—Underwood typewriter. '■ Kst as good as new. May be i at Th...

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

T"*" ..V5 'V • ?, j>M , . L'v 5231 T'- - ; *■ ■ V " '. ! ••• Rah ^ AGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' - ■ ■" • • *>V' . WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1% tMt SQ?i. J. R. WARREN .JUDGE OF THE 7TH JU- DICAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS h We the Grand Jury duly empanel- for the Spinns: term of the Dis- ?trjci court of Wood County, Texas, 5 beg "leave to submit this our final j report; We have been in session 20 days c ad have diligently investigated all : reported violations of the law coming "to our attention, examined several a &Hndre{] witnesses, and where we i brought, in our judgement convic 'tics cculd he had in the trial of the < sases and the best interest of the •- community and the people in general « eooifj best be served, true bills have seen found and reported in accord- ; 3 ce with the law- We' have inves- ^iagateo nearly one hundred and fifty • -asses and as a result our total find- /Ing amounted to 83 felonies and 30 aaaisdemc an ors - We find that our greatest handi- >■ ^ap in tryin...

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

"WEDNESDAY, A^RIL 12. 1S22, THE MINE* IONITOR PAGE HEVfif rw Storm Country Polly % GRACE MILLER WHITE IUmttrattd by R. H. Livingstone Awwwmmwwwvwww ^Copyright by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS. I.—Occupying a dilapidated "™cx in the Silent City, a squatter -settle- ment near Ithaca, New York, Po«y Hop- _ "ve® with her father, small Jerry, JJf *n °'d woman, Granny Hope. On an aojaeent farm, Oscar Bennett, pro&peroui MMKer, is a neighbor. He is secretly a&arrled to Evelyn Robertson, supposedly wealthy girl ©f the neighborhood. Polly a-Jone knows their secret Mar/jus Mac- kenzie. who owns the ground the squat- ters occupy, is their determined enemy. x"puy overhears a conversation between JfiacKenssle And a stranger, in which th« former avows his intention of driving th« aquatters £rom his land. The strungex sympathizes with the squatters, and earns Polly's gratitude. CHAPTER II.—Evelyn Robertson die- covers from her mother that they are not alch, as she supposed, but pra...

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

PAGE EIGHT [NEOIiA MONITOR WEDNESDA1 w b-v 'APRIL 12, 1922. —< i i'i i r i ■ ■* 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.) For District Clerk: B. A. Parrish. Virgil B. Shaw. J. W. (Jim) Bullock. For County Judge: 1-i. v. Puckett. For Sheriff: A. H. Jolly. For County Clerk: Hall Benton Jewel McLeod. C. A. Peacock. R. P. Womack. For County Treasurer: Mrs. Lovie Searcy. For Tax Collector: E. J. (Ernest) McCrary J. Q. Beard. C- C. (Cris) Mansell For Tax A vessel. Arthur Nichols. T. U. Shirey. George A. Lloyd. For Superintendent of Public Instructions: J. U. Searcy. (Re-election.) For County Commissioner, Pre cinct No. 2: Nat. Z. Vance. Geo. W. Jones. For Justice of Peace (Mineola Precinct): L. R. Graham (Reelection) SATURDAY, APRIL 15 RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT VIRGIL SHAW SEEKS TO BE DISTRICT CLERK .-Several \yeeks ago The Monitoi received the ann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

#:v!% • J V>' •> .1 C^'-: •#; ®Jr ,ww - v 7 The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOULME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEX AS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922 NUMBER 8. MINEOLA RECEIVES MAN IS INDICTED MUCH PUDLICITY ! IN KILLING CASE IN DAILY PRESS AFTER SIX YEARS FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM j EARL McKINNEY SURRENDERS WILL JONES CASE IS SET FOR TRIAL IN tyler COURT CARRIED STAFF SPECIAL WRITE-UP. AND IS RELEASED ON BOND. Mineola is getting: a vast deal of j K>' I publicity in the daily press. In the j Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the pa- j per with the largest circulation in j "V, . 'Texas, last Sunday appeared a column ; •v«;-article on the oil chances and Mine- 1 ' .Ola in general- The article was Vwritten by a staff man who visited r Mineola. Among the interesting things said in the article were the following: , "Mineola could well care for any boom that might follow the discov- ■ ery of oil here. The town is sup- plied with three railroads, the Mis- J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

THE WNEOU MONITOR B. J. AMIH, Editor and Pub- lisher. Entered at post officc, 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. The Congressional Hike Subscription price $1.50 per year in advance. THOSE QUESTIONNAIRES. The committee of the < Citizens league in Dallas, aided and abetted by the Dallas News, the same Dallas News which fought so vigorously to defeat the illustrous Wood Coun- ty statesman, James Stephen Hogg, has sent questionnaires to all the state candidates urging them to an- nounce their stand on the Ku Klux question. That league evidently in- tends to make the Ku Klux ques- tion one on which t0 determine the i Tight to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

" * ' • • ■ fei WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922. , ^ SP^ "™™^ \ tiie mikeolI monitor PAGE THREE OF INTEREST TO THE FARMERS OF EAST TEXAS RAISING BLACKBERRIES EVERY year- How a Farmer in Western Oklahoma Does It- Neither Freeze Nor Dry Weather Has Ever Killed His Berry Plants. ''You might say that I have not failed to raise a olackberry crop for the last 15 years ' says liavdie tiuv- per. Canute, Washita county, wes- tern Oklahoma- "The t'lco^o oi' dry Weather never did kill niy berries, but hail destroyed one half of the crop one season. For several years I had one third of an acre in black- berries. I now have a little patch here in town, about 75 feet' square- •'I can't understand \yhy every farm er does not have a blackberry patch. I will say fron\ niy 15 years' exper- bevter than any other system of cul- tivation I ever tried. It takes less labor in the long1 i-un and g^ts bet- ter results- " I prune the vines in the summer just' after the bctfries a!**? picked. Old vines are cut out ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MON A HH I TWO DAYS—THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Fox Super-Special— John Gilbert, Doris Pawn, George Rosemary Theby Nicholls and 10c-25c SATURDAY NIGHT Paramount—Donald Cripp Production "BONNIE BRIER BUSH'' Rolir Comedy, Bob and Bill 10c-25c. TWO DAYS—MONDAY AND TUESDAY Paramount Special—George Loane Tucker Product . "LADIES MUST LIVE." With Betty Compson. WEDNESDAY Paramount—Thomas Meighan in PRINCE THERE WAS Coming—Saturday Matinee and Night with regular program—Metropolitan Entertainers. "QUEEN OF SrlEBA" MAY Stn and 9th. Auihoi i; A.6enrs IP A MAN HAD ONLY ONE PAIR OP SOCKS, WHY "WOULD THEY HAVE TO BE PURPLE? JLL'i COPYRIGHT 1922 F'JB. AUTOCASTER SERv. CQ. pasture $7.68 and other feeds $7-04. I Each of these cows produced on an average 380 gallons of milk a year, besides what the csif took. The ma- nure was not given a value as most of it was dropped in the pasture to lots and was not applied to the cul- tivated fields. The value of this study, though limited in ext...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Tbe Easter Bonnet Agency for Cut Flowers Prompt Satisfactory Delivery Quality And Your Money's Worth Guaranteed "Say It With Flowers " W K. THOMPSON. W P. THOMPSON. J.E.THOMPSON. sM'i M UMUj, ^WT DRUGS *r o SC//VDP/ES - <JEIVEL RY-PHO/VOG&APf/S SCHOOL S£/PPl/£S ~/V/V£- CAAG//T.S ~/MPOf?T£'D C/GAPS autocar* Open in 1 i V PT i fflffl H I I !I! B Wi : "■,ii;i!:!:i::i:!|ii!,i i ii!ii,.ii:i iii;iiiiiii:i!!iii: n <. enttiu I ex is tm- L i• rPaukei spent tlu ii'iends i?i Palla; i:,*os? Koonce ot Maypearl, [fed her sister, Mrs. Kay Van a sr. wcl a#rs. B. a from Dallas Brooks has returned SPECIAL TERM OF DISTRICT CUIRT FOR NEXT WEEK A special term of the Wood County District Court will be held next week. Ordinary felony cases will be PAGE PIV* lard, J. L. Ivey, W. H. Humphreys, B. B. White, H. D Winkle, E L. Har- ry, Hubert Vandiveir, F. E. Adams, Bert Dodgen, H. O. Rogers. E- F. Cartwright, J. M- Claybaurne, J. W* Rhodes, B. H. Wooten. Rev. and Mrsj A. A. Dunca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

' " PACE SIX. THE MINEOLA MONITOR F* .=* • y"- .'.r' ■ ■/ .-*r . ' t ■ ■•'■•1 . I WEDNESDAY, APRIL idD CALLS KU M ISSUE TRAP DECLINES TO ANSWER QUES- TIONS PUT TO SENATORIAL CANDIDATES. controversy concerning an issue ov- en- which the United States Senate has no jurisdiction ar.d which de- sig-n.ng politicians have raised for the sole purpose of beclouding the real isuc-s in vhe senatorial contest. "1 bea; to remain yours very t: my, EARLE B. AlAYr IELD.'' ■ogaraanr'yyw-y JW: QUEEN 01" SHEBA" BOOKED FOR RUN AT SELECT iliEAIrtE Earle B- Mayfield, candidate for the U. S. Senate answers the Dallas News Questionnaire in the fallowing way: "When your message propounding to me certain questions concerning an organiz Elan, was 0000 BREAD For Breakfast Dinner Suppe- r-lain ! Toasted Sandwir. = J8 Puddings Anv Time! Any Way! E*t BREAD Bread is yoOr Best Food—Eaf more of it. You can eat slice after slice of it ivhen it's really good bread with the tempting quality that comes from '■Queen ox ...

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