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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

8 THE MINEULA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. BASE BALL TEAM WON TBBEE GAMES DURING LAST WEEK Brooks Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Hemstitching and Picoting Special Attention Given to All Mail Orders Special prices on All Spring and Summer Hats. Be sure to see them before you buy | MRS. B. A. BROOKS, - - MINEOLA | ]ll!irjIII!!il!!!!!!l!!llllllllli:i!llllillll!l!l!lillii!l!llll!lll!!llilli]'lll!l|llli!!''!lll!|ll!lll|lllillHI!i:illll!l!lllll!!llllllll!l!l!illllinil!lllllll!lllllllll!lllllllllllii!llll!i!lil!llll!li!iir J. W. Shows motored to Dal- las Sunday. Mis Alto Puckett of Haines- ville is here this week the guest of friends. Misses Ruth and Lillian Haines of Hainesville visited friends in Mineola this week. Navarro Cox of Lufkin, Tex- as was the guest of the Misses Heard this last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Scott and children of Marshall spent Sun- day and Monday with Mrs. Scott's parents Mr. and Mrs. J- W. Jennings. J J. H. Ellis, local dealer for the ! Express Company spent Sunday in Dall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

■$ PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1922. — . —a WHITE LEAD READY MIXED PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS PUTTY SAND PAPER STEEL WOOL Everything In a Paint IKP. THOMPSON. J.£. THOMPSON. WX. THOMPSON. DRUGS A O SU/VDR/ES - <JEWFLf?Y-PHQA/QG/?APHS SCHOOL SUPP//ES -F//VE CA/V0/FS-/MPOJ?T£/? C/GA0S Open every night 'till 11 NOTICE! NO fICE!! I HAVE IN STOCK FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, ALSO FULL LINE OF TENNIS SHOES FROM $1.00 TO $1.75. | ALSO SOME VERY ATTRACTIVE STYLES IN LADIES HOSE IN ALL THE NEW COLORS, FROM 65c to $1.00, $1.50 and AS HIGH AS YOU CARE TO GO, WHICH WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THEM OVER. TEXAS MB EXCURSION BATES EAST-WEST-NORTH The Lowest in Years LONG LIMITS—LIBERAL STOP-OVERS SEE YOUR LOCAL AGENT OR WRITE TO GEO. D. HUNTER, Gen Pas Agt DALLAS, TEXAS | FOR ANYTHING IN STAPLE AND FANCY I GROCERIES CALL US. B. L. CHAPPELL Phone 139 : : Mineola ii!tIi!lllIii!!!ill!llllllllilllL!!!iiilllllllllllllilillllllllllllllilll[!iill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

5P W-.y': WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEN. I 1 i FU !• h If. i ■■ m (/• When The Ku Klux Klan Will Be Dead (Published By Request.) WHEN the lion eats grass like an ox An(] the grab worm swallows the whale, When the terrapin knits woolen socks And the hare is out'-run by the snail. When the tail of the 'possum grows hair And fhe butterflies dwell in' the sea, When the raccoon's tail becomes bare And man enjoys company of the flea, When serpents walk upright like m on And doodle-bugs travel like frogs, When grasshoppers shall feed on th e t.-n And feathers are found on hogs, When the monkey ceases to swing by his tail And the baboon crawls on his back, When the waters of the ocean shall fail And Gibraltar is carried in a sack, When Thomas-cats swim in the air And elephants roost on trees. When insects in summer are rare And snuff never makes peop-e sneeze, When the American eagle shall change And become a warbling canary in a cage, When dogs no longer have mang...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

PAGE EIGHT tmatmrnrx-Jk^ THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922. rom the 1922 Mineolan AUTO REPAIRING We are prepared to do kinds of auto repairing. all m -V& IP £ ' ■ > «*•* ;#f> A ... '5S J-. fT . > '! $ & *" ,.9 % - r" ■ "■ ;v * .ft, >* "■* # T.i £ *' * ' A.. ■* .«*'•* kH*|iW, >Af fflttc1" "V- .V o*& 'Ata «£&£« feSJwf . ;r%^;. >,; JWK|, > «(MAI > •■■' S*1 ^'•j.V.A'f Mi,yi£$ j' rJ& •$' ill * £*$$ FEItGI "SON BROTH ERS | Nf*t ° V>o **+1 olo of rjonr^pifr I j can be found after the cirst | j applies lion of KESSIDE—it restores falling hair and heaLs j scalp sore;. You will be pleased | | with the quick results obtained | I Sold bv Thompsons Drug Ston A>5}' !jgfc 1_: &"■ '■' * f ,rw.a . /S^'WV.waV ' _ ' CERTIFIED Nancy Hail Potato Plants. Quick shipment $225 per thousand delivered. Crossett Produce Company, Crossett, Arkansas. 3t. ".' u AFvTHUt-i 5 COU W ocV/W J-ro Ti, ciJ.iNcCTICU ( YANK^Lr. V "WiLUANI FOX The above is just ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

'mMmI ; ii- y TO The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD, COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922. NUMBER 16. f-3T If HAiNESflLLE FOLK HAVE GREAT PICNIC THOUSANDS ATTEND Gubernatorial Candidate Chief Speaker at Celebration Wed- nesday, Fred S. Rogers of Bonham was the principal speaker Wed- nesday at the annual Farm La- bor Union Picnic held at H^ines- ville, this county. Several thou- sand people it is said were in at- tendance during the day. Many candidates for state office were also on the grounds to meet the voters as well as most f.ll the .candidates for the various of- fices in Wood County. Mr. Rogers' address was scheduled for the afternoon session. AGED RESIDENT t" MO COUNTY IJnele Jim McAllester, aged about eighty-five years died Monday afternoon at his home ! near Alb;:. Funeral services i were held Tuesday afternoon at j 3 o'clock at the Oak Grove Cem- | etery. Deceased Was a pioneer resi- dent of Wood County and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

PAGE TWO ' -S ■ rr aau. THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY", JUNE 14, 1922^ y EAST TEXAS RIBBON CANE MEN ORGANIZE in Your "home paper" stands by '"good" years as well as in "poor" years. Point boys f,re good players. They played the game fair and square. They looked like gen- tlemen and they played like gentlemen. They are not to be blamed for Ihe miscomings of others. " All Mineola wants in any Longview Texas.—Fifty East thing she undertakes is a square Texas ribbon cane growers, rep- Plant Will Be Erected at Cost of $25,000 to Standardize Product. •e you as loyal to this paper as it is to you? resenting twenty-eight counties met in Longview, June 7 to per- fect an organization to standard- ize production and sale of rib- bon cane syrup. Following plans submitted by H. S. Peine, chemist of the U- We will appreciate your subscription, advertising and job printmj I (ieal. Our players conduct them I selves as gentlemen. They uie entitled to that treatment. Our citizens conduct themselves a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. WHITE LEAD READY MIXED PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS PUTTY SAND PAPER STEEL WOOL Everything In a Paint* Thompson's Open every night 'till 11 WmM Mm | SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND jCCOMMODATING ( b I | SAFE—Because of the Guaranty Fund. I DEPENDABLE, Because we always take care of | m our customers' legitimate needs, good times or g bad. | ACCOMMODATING—Because we want you to | feel at home with us and eventually make this j bank YOUR BANK. I WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU | KB9NBEHHHBBBI ^ 55 SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMO- I DATING 1 TRY US | MINEOLA STATE BANK I Pip • |pr. i ;r. Why Take The Risk of Chills and Malaria when you can gel a bottle of tonic that will keep you feeling good and our chill tonic will abso* lutely break the chills Pendleton's Drug Store THE MEDICINE MAN I : Phone 45— Ma:I Orders Solicited J TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY (jknfrNews OLIVE BRANCH NEWS After two weeks absence I will try once more to give the news of the community...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922. [ SCHOOL DA1]S 'A TESTING AIR IN OLD MINE Mn Pw. we. mhT kusj, ws' VA&vJL£"f WE. R.E OH01 PtAllN Ao5P\TM. 1 i"?iT'n.pf,ft i!J Hew TO MAKP-' & v->«_D Woman copyright otnemofl Cy JOHN BLAKE IN SP1R A TI ON "All service ranks the same with God, With God, whose puppets, best and worst Are we: There is no last and first." EVERYDAY FISH DISHES ONE may usually find good salt o> smoked fish in the markets whei' the fresh fish are. unobtainable. Finnat haddie is haddock which is dried anc salted, then smoked, which gives il the flavor so well liked. It should be freshened very carefully not to lose that flavor. Twenty to thirty minutes soaking in warm water is suificient to remove the excess of salt. Picked up. added to cream and served with bakedi potatoes it is very good. Finnan Haddie With Tomatoes. Take one and one-half pounds of finnan haddie, two tablespoonfuls oi flour, three tablespoonfuls . of butter, a dash of pepper, thre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

% [AY, JUNE 14,1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR page it V new/location The Monitor office has been iioved to the front of its present location in the Momas building on Johijon street, and we re ^>w more adequate- epared to wait on ublic. w ■-W m 5,000 VETERANS HI Richmond, Va., —(Special)— Ricteond is completing preparation! i.o eutciiaia Lat> 3-u ax^iutu uon>enlioi) ol the United Confederate Veterans, on June 19, 20, 21 and 22. Fully 5,000 of the surviving 46,000 Confederates are expected to be within the city's hospitable gates. Most of them will be accompanied by one or mere mem- bers of their families, and, in addition, there will be present members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Daugh- ters of the Confederacy, the Confed- erated Southern Memorial Association, sponsors and maids and matrons ol honor. Comfortable Quarters. Because of their age, the veterans this y.ear will sleep in comfortable quarters. Thousands of them will stop at hotel? and with relatives and friends,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR SDNESDAY, JUNE JACK TO OLD EGYPT Cinderella, Almost Unt- il, Believed to Have Come rom Ancient Memphis. flla and the legend snrrcnnd- ?lass slipper is believed to lally come from ancient In the ruins of this buried ie pyramid of Rhodopis, who jNaucratis, and was incom- eautiful and chaste. One day lopis was bathing an eagle lgh the open ceiling of her | and plucked from her maid's sandal which she was just to lace about her mistress' fea^le then flew to Memphis, peeking was administering jus- lone of the courts of the palace, pvering above the king, dropped Idal, which fell into the folds of Ig's garment. He examined the 'and found it so small and love- he bade his servants search all till they should find the woman lit would fit. |opis was found in- Naucratis rried to the king, who married >e died after a few months' jss, and the disconsolate king of the costliest pyramids of built in her memory. In the ffary B. C. the priests of Mem- re wont to exhibit a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

I i Mineo'a Vs* Wills Point Wilis Point, June 12, 1922. at Mineoia E. Jn'gs Braden :5b Woods, 2b Davis, if. Roach, lb- Baber, p Gibson, c. WMley, ri Breen, ss. Terry, rf Totals Ten. One out scored. Wills Ft. . Flanagan, Lewis, cf . Castleb'y, s Sadler, 2b . Cobb, lb . Lawler, . Hawkins, rf Stovall, p. • Hill, If. . . . Flanagan, . Totals . AB R H PGA E cf. 4 Score by innings: Mineoia . Oil 006 10X 9 10 Lone Oak .100 000 100 2 10 — I 0 1 0 0 0 !8 1 1 25 7 2 batted for Breen in 9th when winning run .. .AB 11 II PO A E ENDEAVOR MEETING. I The first meeting of the Viristian Endeavor !.-• to b j Veld I at the Christian church Sunday iv.-en.ng at 6:45. Everybody in- • ..■>}. V/ > w<;"it vou there. | 1 ot'ic—Com c'.itraent, Phil 4:10-' | 20. Leader. Miss Eva Kittrell. J ►Song—Take the Name of Jesus j With You," Song—Since Jesus Came Into My Heart. Sentence Prayers. Talk by Leader. Ov/ o JJUJDVS'J Scripture Readings. Talks by Members. Pa>.no Solo, Connie Mae Tharp Reports of Com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 June 1922

For The Entire Family Mmeoia, f exas OUR MOTTO: uWe W ill Raise the Roof to Please Yon." m ■. DAVE KITCHENS Not a place to est. but a place at all times you can save money oil iiardwear, Furniture, Musicale Instruments etc. Fishing tackle that IS tackle that catch the fish. Guns and Amunition. No home is complete without a Columnia Phonograph BECKHAM'S HOTEL & CAFE Everything New and Modern. J. L. Beckham, Prop. Mineola. FOR MINEOLA: FIRST, LAST AND AL THE TIME. MINEOLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FIRST A '""T MINEOLA BANK [ UK H. V. PUJKETT, candidate for COUNTY JUDGE of Wood Co. Your vote and influence ernestly solicited. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, July 22, 1922. STAR HOTEL—Rates $2.00 per Day. $1.00 per day by Week. Rootn§ 50 cents. Whin in Mineola Stay With Us. lis Will Appreciate Your Vote and i Influence. |.A. H. JOLLY Candidate for Sherriff of Wood County Second Term Subject to Democratic Primary July 22, 1922. If my services have been sat- isfactary then I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

1 \ PUBLISHED N THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY volume 50 MINEOLA, WOOD, COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922. NUMBER 17. SEEKS TO BECOME GOVERNOR OF TEXAS SPEAKS IN MINEOLA .ME SC000L ! Wood County Democratic Executive OAS ITS TROPHY ! Committee Orders Double Primary AWARD REVOKED For County and Precinct Offices Fred S. Rogers of Bonham, Texas, candidate for Governor of Texas, delivered an address in Mineola Saturday night. In many respects the address was the same as that delivered in other places. Mr. Rogers came to Mineola from Tyler where he spoke Sat- urday afternoon. From here he went to Dallas Sunday morn ing to spend the day in his head- quarters there. The speaker was critical of Governor Neff and the methods employed by the present Gov- ernor. Concerning the prison system he said, when elected i Governop instead of placing pol- iticians at the head of the pris- on farms, he would place farm- ers in charge. "I see no reason" e* > . said the speaker, "if a Woo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

I .*&■ PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, 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. LET'S GET A SYRUP FACTORY. Between now and November 1, it is proposed to have a big ribbon cane syrup factory in op- eration at some point in East Texes. The Farm Bureau has the matter in hand. Numerous towns are going to make bids for this plant which will be a $25,000 concern. The Monitor believes that the i business interests and the farm ers interested in the ribbon cane industry could do no better than to make efforts to get_this big factory. It m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. mm I r- PUF" WHITE LEAD READY MIXED PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS PUTTY SAND PAPER STEEL WOOL Everything In a Paint.- Thomp sons Open every night 'till 11 m SAFE, DEPEND.® E AND ACCOMMODATING SAFE—Because of the Guaranty Fund. DEPENDABLE, Because we always take care of our customers' legitimate needs, good times or bad. ACCOMMODATING—Because we want you to feel at home with us and eventually make this bank YOUR BANK. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU SAFE, DEPENDABLE AND ACCOMO- DATING TRY US MINEOLA STATE BANK Why Take The Risk of Chills and Malaria when you can get a bottle of tonic that will keep you feeling good and our chill tonic will abso>-1 lutely break the chills Pendleton's Drug Store THE MEDICINE MAN Phone 45— Mail Orders Solicited.! TEXAS SUMMER EXCURSION RATES EAST-WEST-NORTH The Lowest in Years LONG LIMITS—LIBERAL STOP-OVERS SEE YOUR LOCAL AGENT OR WRITE TO GEO. D. HUNTER, Gen Pas Agt DALLAS, TEXAS Mc-Ginney-Cox Weddin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

! ' •V#- PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922. it' Farmers of Texas Carrying $20,000,000 Worth of Crop Insurance This Year & LOCAL. 'PEMNG& Farmers of Texas are carry- ing $20,000,000 worth of in- surance on crops this year. For this protection against action of the elements and pests they are paying premiums amounting to over $1,000,000. These facts and figures are gathered from sixteen insurance companies which are writing crop insur- ance of various kinds in the state. Of the various kinds of crop insurance carried in Texas hail leads the list. Excessive rains is second, while insurance a- gainst drouths, frosts, cut worms, cinch bugs, rust, green bugs, blight and a dozen others follow in order. storms, bugs, pests, rot and loss in shipment. Some farmers insure their crops against dry and hot winds other insurance against lack of rain during a certain period and still others have insurance a- gainst this insect or that. Chief Pests. Figures given out by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

■- v r . i '*\M> >•*v- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922. THE MfNEOLA MONITOR page five; Wood County Democratic Erfecu- Justice of Peace Precinct No. 31 tive Committee Orders Pri- J. H. King. maty for Co. and Precinct N. E. Seay. Offices. " Justice of Peace Precinct No. 5: Jno. W. Reese. 0. Thomas. Justice of Peace Precinct No. 7: J. J. Edgar. W. J. Caldwall. , Constable Precinct No. 2: J. C. Covington. Constable Precinct No. 4: G. W. Miller. M. M. Shirley. J 0. Whitter. (Continued from page 1.). L. E. Tennison, Bosque coun-i ty. W. D. Carroll, Commanche County. Lee Kirgin, Freestone Coun- ty. Commissioner of General Land Office: foe respectively, • July 22, ED, That it is hereby made the | those wonderful californ and August 26. Democratic Primary Test Adopted. L WHEREAS, in the past his- duty of all Precinct chairmen and officers and judges of said elections at each voting box in this county to enforce the fore- IA HERBS CURED HER AND NEIGHBORS OF RHEU- MATISM Your insurance business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922. liiillliail'IIHIIIilllllililllllllllilliiHIIlliliiii NEW 1923 J THE UNIVERSAL CAR, GARS Drive that old Ford Car down and ride home in a new one. = WE TAKE YOUR OLD CAR IN ON TRADE FOR A NEW ONE. The New Ford Car has many wonderful improvements 1' and we want every Ford owner to have a NEW FORD. Also § want every one to own a Ford Car. 1; old, long tiresome systems of shorthand that require the learning of hundreds of rules, exceptions, word signs, etc, and from three to four months hard study on the text book alone, fwhen you can master the prin- ciples of the Byrne Simplified in one week, then have nothing but practice for speed. We give you anything you want in any department of com- mercial training and save you much time and money. Most thorough, complete and practi- cal courses of bookkeeping, shorthand, cotton classing tel- egraphy and business adminis- tration and finance to be had. P« sit ions secured fo<* r,U grad- u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

A WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SHVEB£ EVERYTHING TO WEAR ' For The Entire Family F. E. ADAMS Mineola, Texas OUR MOTTO: "We Will Raise the Roof to Please You." DAVE KITCHENS Not a place to eat, but a place at all times you can save money on Hardware, Furinture, Musical Instruments, ect. Fishing tackle that IS tackle that catch the fish. Guns and Amunition. No home is complete without a Columnia Phonograph BECKHAM'S HOTEL & CAFE Everything New and Modern. J, L. Beckham, Prop. Mineola. FOR MINEOLA: FIRST, LAST AND AL THE TIME. MINEOLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NATIONAL MINEOLA BANK R- - • H. Y. PUCKETT, candidate for COUNTY JUDGE of Wood Co. Your vote and influence ernestly solicited. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, July 22, 1922. « , - STAR. HOTEL—Rates $2.00 per Day. $1.00 per day by Week. Whin in Mineola Stay With Us. v # Rooms 50 cents. Will Appreciate Your Vote and Influence. „ A. H. JOLLY Candidate for Sherriff of Wood County Second Term Subje...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 June 1922

PAGE EIGHT 1 'V mm THE MINEOLA MONITOR ¥t ®S& ** >*■ x5f* "• !'&«■$% 1. & G. N. TRAIN IS DELAYED LDNG TIME I. & G. N. Passenger train, leaving Miueola for Troup at 3 o'clock, returning at 8:40 was delayed until 1:30 o'clock Sun- day morning on account of en- gine trouble. This the first time £he trairt has been late more than a few minutes in many snonths. HOARD NEWS. The health of the community as doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nunnelee spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs W. L Hunter Misses Katie Mae r.nd Joyce Richey spoilt Sunday with Miss ^Nettie Huffman. Quite a bunch of the T. M. C. Iboys arc down for their summer .-schooling. Mr. and Mrs. M. Burden are spending a week with relatives Tiear Hoard. Mrs. Bryant Jacob of Pitts- burg came last week to spend & month with Mrs. Bailey. Miss Onnie Wheeler had fo; lier company Sunday Misses "Reba Nunnelee, Louise Burden and Willie Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brown visited Mr and Mrs. W M Ed- wards Sunday Mrs. Mattie...

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