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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

ti - Country Polly %GRACE MILLER WHITE IuMstraied by R. H. Livingstone W- m (Contight by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSIS. «v^5ArTS^ I-—Ctecupyiny a dilapidated ■hack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- ment near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hop- Uvea with her father, small Jerry; ■end an old woman, Granny Hope. On an aa.acent farm, Oscar Bennett, prosperoui iarmer, is a neighbor. He is secretly .r.u to Evelyn Robertson, supposedly wealthy g^irl of the neighborhood. Polly aione knows their secret. Marcus Mac- kenzie, who owns the ground the squat- ifrfi <5ccupy, is their determined enemy, ijr overhears a conversation between Mackenzie and a stranger, in which th( former avows his intention of driving th« squatters from his iand. The strange] 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 supposed, but practically liv- ing on the bounty of Robert Perclval, Evelyn's cousin. CHAP...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1922

PAGE EIGHT the MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, APRIR 19, 1922. Sunset by Raone Anquetil (Sundews' 'HOARD news." Jimmy Jarredson looked across the cardtable at Kltly Marstairs while she studied the cards she held. He looked long and soarchlngly, looked admiring- ly as well, for Kitty Marstairs was certainly good to look upon. He had known Jedro Marstairs very Intimately at Yale, and liked him im- mensely. A hig, handsome, clean- rfouled sort of chap: general all-around good fellow, good at study, sports and play. His marriage to Kitty had been the culmination of a romantic love affair, and Jarredson shared the opin- ion of their social world thinking that the marriage would he an ideally hap- py one. Just three months itad the happi- ness lasted. Then Kitty, accompanied only by her aunt, had gone to Aiken for the spring season—and slipped away from there very quietly and gone to some little obscure western town, where she had remained until now, when she had returned to her former social ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

W-'x A-«ii r ' The Mineola IWonitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOULME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1922. NUMBER 9. DARKNESS THREATENS 01TY OF DALLAS MANY LIVES AHE REPORTED LOST IN TRINITY ft. MINEOLA MAN GOES TO FATHERS FUNERAL (Delayed from Last Week.) G. R White of the Southwestern Telephone Company at this place has ; returned from Bonham where he was ' called on account 0f the death of his j father. Deceased was sixty-nine Below are some facts submitted by years of age- Ha was a native of the Board of Trustees for the Min- Mississippi but moved to Texas in eola Independent School District, and 1901 ar.rl located at Bonham where the attention of each and every per- he resided until his death. He is sur PiL son in Mineola, who is interested in vived by nina children, as follows: SCHOOL PATRONS URGED TO CONSIDER SCHOOL CONDITIONS STATEMENT ON FINANCES IS ISSUED BY MINEOLA BOARD OF TRUSTEES Jj tit maintaining good schools is directe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

; , . - " *■ WW PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, 1922. H. J. ADAJR. 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 ;j?iven for the purpose of raising money, will be charged. NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erronous reflection upon -the character, standing or repu- diation of any individual, firm or •corporation appearing in The Monitor will be corrected if Subscription price $1.50 per year in advance. TURN ABOUT IS FAIR PLAY. nated slaughter. We turn the beast into everything from hair combs to iioor varnish and pay a hundred profits in every hair of his hide. We have made the by-product more val- uable than the product itself, and yet by some strange hocus pocus the people are hungering, and paying ex- tortionate prices for the bit* of meat they can afford to buy. Our meat is sold abroad at figures Americans despair of seeing in this country. When the pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

>NESDAY, APRIL 26,1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE seven: [ancial Report of The City of Mineola, Texas iutes of the Meeting of the City Commission held in the k office this the 18th day of April 1922. City Commission met in the Mayor's office this the 18th Lpril, 1922, for the purpose of swearing in Mayor Elect !>n and Commissioner Elect, D. N. Steed. bonds of each, in the sum of $3,000.00 were presented, 'bond ofW. K. Thompsorin the sum of $3,000.00 and sign (im as principal and C. E. Revelle, M. H. Landers and J. rell, as surities, was approved on motion of Commissioner in, Hearne and the Mayor both voting for. le bond of D. N- Steed in the sum of $3,000.00 signed by Steed as principal, and Dick Pendleton, T. B. Reed and |W. Hart, as surities, was approved on motion of Commis- Bowdoin, Commissioner Hearne and the Mayor both vot- rr- m motion of Commissioner Bowdoin, second by Com. Hearn jtayor voting for, the report of Auditing Committee, pre- by Mr. J. W. Smart, for work on C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

V ! PAGE FOUR THE^MINEOLA MONITOR ' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, John H. Perry The Man Behind the Gun i l Editor's Note: John H. Perry, who insists that Country America never will get its fair share of the wealth it produces until it i$ represented through its pub- lishers in the form of a coun- try newspaper bloc, is Presi- dent of The American Press Association and of The Pub- lishers' Autocaster Service Company. Here is his record in brief: Born in Kentucky; edu- cated in law in University of Virginia. As a State's Prosecutor won more than 90 per cent, of cases tried. L1 Tried more newspaper cases than any other lawyer in America. Won more than five million dollars in suits without losing a cafe. Has oymed or partly owned several large daily newspa- pers, the values of each of which increased from a very small amount to as high as three million dollars for one piper. Made the greatest circula- ti -1 record in America by in- *. c.-ising the Sunday crrcula- : of one daily from 57,000 to 10...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

T" .; -.4--: . r WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE" t "Ws&r j TENNIS GOODS, J BASEBALL GOODS, I J BATHING SUITS, CAPS, FISHING TACKLE, \ MARBLES and JACKS. SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM THURSDAY REALART—Wanda Hawley in ''TOO MUCH WIFE-" Mermaid Comedy, "The Vagrant.' 10c-25c WK. THOMPSON. J.E. THOMPSON. W. P. THOMPSON. , DRUGS a/vo S(J/VDf?/£S - JEWFL /? y-PHO/VOGPAPHS SCHOOL St/PPH/ES-fr//V£' CA/VS/£S-/MPQPTED C/GA/?S Open every night 'till 11 j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon are ' spending the week with relatives in ! Wichita Falls and Burkburnett- pfe Gordon Alvis of- Winnsboro was a • Mineola visitor Monday. Piano for saie. A fiuc upwright piano for sale. Cash 0r terms. Address J. A. Ford, Mineola, Texas. 26-3c. FRIDAY PATHE—From Saturday Evening Post Story: "THE FAMILY CLOSET.' Comedy SATURDAY SELECT—Conway Tearle in ''SHADOW OF THE SEA" '^Rolin Comedy, Bob and Bill. Also—Metropolitan Entertainers. World famous players, singers. Matinee 30c-15c. Night 40c-25c Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

MINEOLA MONITOR 26, comoane Fisk Premier Tread 30 x Syi—$10.85 Non-Skid Fabric v 30 x 3y2— 14.85 Extra-Ply Red-Top 30 x 3y2— 17.85 Six-Ply Non-Skid Clincher Cord 30 x 3K— 17.85 Six-Ply Non-Skid Cord Straight Side 30 x 3y3— 19.85 8 Six-Ply Non-Skid Cord 31 x 4 —$27.00 Non-Skid Cord 32 x 4 — 30.50 Non-Skid Cord 32 x 4K— 39.00 Non-Skid Cord 34 x 4K— 41.00 Trtd*nark R.> o.s.p.uoi. Non-Skid Cord Time to Re-tire? 35X5 —51.50 (Buy Fisk) THE lower prices on Fisk Cord Tires are interest- ing to you because they buy more tire value than higher priced tires can give you. Comparison with other tires will show you Fisk are bigger, stronger, and lower priced throughout the range of sizes. There's a Fisk Tire of extra value in every size, for car, truck or speed wagon POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED May 1 Sees Inaugurated Firsl General Campaign of Kind in Service. Without ttie Postal Service, business ' would languish In a day, and be at i standstill in a week. Public opinioi ; would die of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE ,m m n m m i Storm Country Polly % GRACE MILLER WHITE Illustrated by R. H. Livingstone |HmL ■ - '-4 (Copyright by Little, Brown &. Company) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER 1.—Occupying a dilapidated snack in the Silent City, a squatter settle- ment near Ithaca, New VorK, Poliy Hop- kins lives with her father, small Jerry and an oid woman. Granny Hope. Oil an adjacent farm, Oscar Bennett, prosperous iamier, 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 stfanger, in which the former a\ ows his intention of driving the 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 supp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1922

PPI IV PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR « i <. j- EDNE^DAY, APRIL 26, ,1922. Fine Jewelry FOR LASTING GIFTS AS - WELL AS USEFUL, EVERY DAY ARTICLES, YOU CAN DO NO BETTER THAN TO MAKE YOUR SELEC- TIONS HERE, Jewels of rare beauty, set in the finest mountings. Exquisitely beautiful dainty purses for milady. Useful articles for "him". BRYAN HEAD Give Gifts That Last Mineola Day At Shrine Circus Was A Rainy Affair. Mineola Day at the Shrine Circus ir, Dallas was a rainy affair. Tues day was designated as Mineola Day and a number of SHriners had plan- ned t0 go hut were hindered on ac- count' of the heavy rains- The trip had been planned in automobiles. The Shrine Circus, which began last Saturday t0 continue for nine days, is being given for the benefit of Hella Temple at Dallas. DISTRICT COURT The special term of Wood County district court began Monday. Sev- eral bootlegging cases were to be ried. Full report will appear next week. OF INI [REST 10 EAST TEXAS FARMERS Syrup Makers Plan ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 May 1922

r JHRf •°> '12 - ■ "x 4 :" . '■ i . " -' '■ - .!■ * "V, r.' . ^ ^ ' K .■ The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY V013LME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922. NUMBER 10. n THOMPSON FORMER JUDGE OF MAKES APEAL TO i TOIS DISTRICT DIES WATER CONSUMERS AT LONGVIEW HOME SAYS BY ECONOMY THERE WILL BE SAVED MORE THAN $1,- 200 ANNUALLY. If the people of Mineola will prac- tice economy in the use of city wa- ter, Mayor Thompson believes^ the city of Mineola will save from $1,- 200 to $1,800 annually. In a state- ment issued Tuesday Mr. Thompson says Mineola people use as much water as Terrell and Longview- His statement and appeal to the -water consumers follows: "Mineola is said to be using as much water as Terrell, or Longview ;*or any city twice its size in East ^ Texas. M In April 1922 Mineola used 4.- ' 526,330 gallons of water, which cost the city $426.20. The City of Mineola has a con- tract with the Mineola Ice, Light & Water ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 May 1922

i '.f ?y-r- i, ' "' -W ?i- &7 PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR m>; Jm*!;!vi' i if*/ ■ WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922. MINEOLA MAN IS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER THE MINEOLA MONITOR H. J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- lisher. ! — — — : i Mr. Hiram Ape! has announced Entered at post office, Mineola, ... . Texas, as second class matter.! h,s Commoner or . 1 Precinct No. 2. Wood County, and in A one-half rate for cards of; connection with his candidacy has thanks, obituaries, church and the (oBowing t0 9ay abont his aims society events where such are . . , , , , ... V. ii „ and policies should he be elected: given tor the purpose ox raising money, will be charged. "l promise the people of Precinct ——— - ...r : No. 2, that, if elected to the office NOTICE TO PUBLIC ; 0f commissioner, I will give my en- Any erronous reflection upon f- .. „ ... , . the character, standing or repu-' e ,° e ^ies 0 e ° ", tation of any individual, firm or ' esPec,ally to the public roads corporation appearing in Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 May 1922

w gfc. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEN * Five Dollars Is All You Need Fire dollars cash and monthly pay- ments of fire dollars will buy a share of our 7% Cumulative Preferred Stock SEVERAL thousand people in the Southwest are now buying shares of our 7% Preferred Stock on partial payments so that they may share in the ownership and earnings of the Tele- phone System that serves them. You, too, are invited t.: become a shareholder in our Company on this ea y pia.n. Seven per cent interest credited on payments makes this an ideal savings scheme. *7 Of "O Cumulative i/o i referred s tock OF THE Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Every Subscriber a Shareholder ARE WE PLEASING YOU? Are We Pleasing You? Patrons of this office are entitled to and must receive prompt, efficient and courteous service. If you think our methods or conduct can be improved the Postmaster wants to hear about m it, personally. 'mii- POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK. m ft: May 1st to 6th, 1922. This ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 May 1922

car PAGE FOUR m&mSEOLA MONITOR WW A Larger Helping, WHY TH*N TWIST p&ODiNG of Wood County, Texas, which was for no inferior school eovld on the said 22nd, day of September, build up and hold a large patronage. 1920, conveyed, to the defendant G. You are not going to pass up a W. Dentler by the plaintiff Mrs. business training and its wonder- Mattie M. Haven. ful opportunities to become a day Levied on the first day of May A. laborer, house maid, department store D. 1922, as the property of G- W. clerk, telephone operator, factory ever We> d^ RECfT Way. . Dentler to satisfy a judgement a- mounting to the sum of $2,437.91 in favor of Mrs. Mattie M. Haven, to- gether with the costs of this suit. GIVEN under my hand this the 1st day of May, A. D., 1922. A. H. JOLLEY, Sheriff of Wood County, Texas Phone 2of will w •• 4' i. Mrrli FARM WANTED—If you have a good, low-priced farm near Mineola or in Wood County for sale suitable for general fanning and stock rais-' ing, write me at...

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

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE* another poor LITTLE RICH GSKCf . i V 1 .5* i *'A mmm Kiss lsabelle Rockefeller With the arrival in New York of little Vioiette Helene de Talleyrand, daughter of tbe former Anna Gould, and sor ctimes called the poor little rich girl, in charge of a maid, c6me renewed reports of domestic differ- ence between the Duke and his Ameri- can wife Little Vioiette was almost sent to Ellis Island on her arrival, being rescued at the crucial moment by her aunt Mrs. Finley J. Shepard, formerly Helen Gould. While Vioiette $ • <,pcn on May 8 for a n> of two j ChailtaUqi DateS I Are Announced fcade-Jctetftsk PORTIA WITH ■r r | i_ By Committee. LOCAL FOR TAX ASSESSOR • • • , j The Monitor has received the an-, nouncement of A. K. Bert Patrick, as a candidate for Tax Assessor. | His name will appear in our an- The White & Myers Chautauqua nouncement column next week as it Company has advised the guajran- was received too late for this w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 May 1922

< ' r? ' i*'X -Vv \ PAGE SIX : - <•' '- " ' >«■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR *%2 .WX&XflSl WEDNESDAY^ MA1 ,*V Hk Scholarships FOR SALE The Monitor has for sale one or two scholarships from Tyler Commercial College for sale. \ This is one of the best, if not the best, commercial colleges in the south, and any one contemplating taking a business educa- tion will do well to call at the Monitor Office FOR PARTICULARS RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION The United States Civil Service Commission has announced an ex- amination to be held at Mineola, Texas on May 27, 1922 to fill the peo sition of rural carrier at Mineola, Texas, and vacancies that may occur on rural routes from that post of. fice. The salary of a rural carrier on a standard daily wagon route of 24 miles is $1,800 per annum, With an additional $30 per mile per an- num for each mile or major frac- tion thereof in excess of 24 miles- The salary on motor routes ranges from $2,450 to $2,600 per annum, ac- cordng to length. Separate ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 May 1922

/ WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922. resfer — THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAdfe THREE t'i Storm Country Polly . % GRACE MILLER WHITE 7- '—JL Illustrated by R, H. Lirmgftone r ICopyrlght by Little, Brown & Company) SYNOPSI& 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, prosperous farmer, is a neighbor. He is secretly married to Evelyn Robertson, supposedly wealthy girl of the neighborhood. Polly albne 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 the former avows his intention of driving th« squatters from his land. The stranget 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 — 3 May 1922

w t / \ ' , * ' PA-.E EIGHT MINEOLA MONITOR t " ' '• '■ ^ * \ \ : v-1 , ' Y ' ;"|R- ;WM M WEDNESDAY,' SALE! FOR THREE DAYS BEGINNING THURSDAY. MAY 4 7 And continuing until SATURDAY, May 6. We will sell ALL Hats, Voile and Georgette Blouses, Middys and Skirts at 1 - 2 Price. Also Reductions on Madam Grace Corsets and Brassiers illillllllilllli B. A. MILLINERY. MENS BIBLE CLASS AT METHODIST CHURCH The Men's Biole-^'Class at the ! Methodist church is growing very | fast there were 25 in attendance : last Sunday and only 4 absent. 1 year old. We expect to run this class up to j 1 50 in a short time. I On Monday evening May 8th the } class will be entertained at the res- idence of Mr. and Mrs. David Steed The wives of all the members also Mr. Meredith's class are invited- Russell Adrian says that he will sure be ther^ and bring his fiddle, So if you have never listened to Rus- sell play those old time melodies you have missed quite a treat. ' Sam Jones, our secretary, became so intereste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

•,' f $ . i \ • •1 - . s V 1 - . - 4 PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOULME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1922. NUMBER 11. MEET WITH COURT TO DISCUSS PUNS FOR STREET F AVING MAYOR THOMPSON AND COM- MISSIONERS VISITED IN QUITMAN MONDAY. wr^ Adi HOPE TO COMPUTE GOLDEN WELl Seiu Typewriter. ♦ TEST WITHffl THE NEXT FEW DAYS 4. 4- A .% .% 4. Mayor W. K. Thompson, commis- sioners Steed and Hearne accompan- ied by Dr. Peterson an(j W. C. Head ..met with the county commissioners Monday at Quitman to discuss with tihose officials the liklihood of receiv- ing at an early date the promised State aid. The officicials and com- mittee members were given en- couragement in the proposition The city officials have named a committee to confer with the abutting property owners and it is very likely the proposition will be urged to an early termination. It is understood th^t practicality I every property owner in the city is , ■- agreeable to the street paving ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

i. ' ' '/t W~: PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR ; ■ -v- ' ""T,. - , % WEDNESDAY, *AY ■>> Fine Jewelry FOR LASTING GIFTS AS WELL AS USEFUL, EVERY DAY ARTICLES, YOU CAN DO NO BETTER THAN TO MAKE YOUR SELEC- TIONS HERE, Jewels of rare beauty, set in the finest mountings. Exquisitely beautiful dainty purses for milady. ( Useful articles for "him". BRYAN HEAD Give Gifts That Last Are better built but sell at a lower price. "Trail Treads" are of new construction throughout; heavier sidewalls, heavier treads, heavier cushion, more air space. Stop in and see them. TKY US FOR BETTER SERVICE W hatever you need in our line- here i:; the place to get it. Wo try hon- estly to give you a little mo1*- ir. courtesy, in value and • satisfaction C. C. AARON, Dealer MINEOLA, -..TEXAS When are You going to Stop Paying Rent? r* - r Figure it out—What good is a rent receipt to you and is it an investment or an expense? I We are prepared to SELL YOU A HOME, a lot, or a farm on easy terms and in some cas...

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