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

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. Guess Work on Batteries Don't Go! The man who guesses what's the matter with bat- teries doesn't last long in the battery business. Sooner or later he guesses wrong—and there's a bat- tery owner who'll never come back! We take the trouble to find exactly what's the matter — and our expe- rience tells us the best remedy. Willard Standards of Service are impartial - exactly the same for every make of battery. Come in and let us show you! BRUNER GARAGE Representing the STORAGE■ BATTERY LOCAL ^PENBVGk Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Henry j have returned from a visit with ! relatives in Shrevoport. I j Fishing tackle, base ball goods basket ball goods, guns ammu- ! nition. —Dave Kitchens. Ragged, but around here, and want some more rags, bones and bottles.—Dave Kitchens. j Mrs. W. M. Runnells and ; children spei^t last week at Jamestown with relativess. | Good Second hand 1-2 galon ! fruit jars with new rubbers at , 60c dozen.—Dave Kitchens. ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 August 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR _ / WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1922. WILL YOU FOLLOW THE CROWD? MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT OUR FOUNTAIN are worthy. Tomorrow will bs a bettor day for the gifts which have come to us across the years.—Nash. TOLERANCE. The next two weeks If they are not here when you come they will be here soon I and get what is left or will you £E j j§ lead the crowd and get what you JI desire. f | You will never get to the j two weeks will j front by following the crowd, j probably be .tempestuous and I* You have a tendency to wait •abound in heated and, in ||and see what the other fellow j some cases, impetuous frgii- to do. Then you are a ' ment. ! The issues in the run-off (primary are actually drawn and the feeling in favor of some one or the other of ihe candidates is probably going to be of ardent and rambunctious nature. The organic law of this coun- , „ i o ^ ii i try guarantees the right, of at Tyler Commercial College— L ? +• , , f, , . , ,, T1 'freedom of speech and thoug...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 August 1922

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1922. H*HIBIIIHi8aimn!!iR!!RlllKmi! Hltmiiin!?*!TO51!ffll!i;!!KriffllBSIi!:!r:5!!!inil3iraiB THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEN. r 11 • _ -i \h\ = i1'!' ■•■.fv'ii '•iil !lill'i!.|lin.';il!l|jii,iliil|lli!;i, jl:,;il l'l;, |IH i . v,l!;: Ml1, o ';i • i;|i| saves health ■I,I l'l.!. Illjijl i'llll „ J|l: , Automatic system refrigeration |1 : PATENT tD *///]] We are making some very attractive | prices on REFRIGERATORS. 1 Come in and let us show you. . DuBose tx. fiiiiBniiiiiiUHuniiiiiiui! CONGRSSMAN SANDERS GIVES OUT INTERVIEW Morgan G. Sanders, con- gressman from this district who is sending a few weeks in Tex- as, spent two days last week in Wood County. Thursday he spoke at the Old Settlers Reuni- on.' Friday he visited in Min- eola and was a pleasant cS^i at the Monitor office. "Here's my check for your pa/per," he said. ''Just can't do without it. It is a good paper and Ijjnjoy reading it every week." WMr. Sanders expects to again 'Mineola'' before returning ishin...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 August 1922

■W PA3E EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, lgj LETTER DECEIVED FDOM MINEOLA DOYS AT m MUDDY Expect to Reach Home odi Next Saturday Evening — Having Great Time. Company "l>" .4 4th Inf. T. N. G., consisting of 50, including the officers, left Mineola July 27th, arrived at Troup at 5:30 p. m., where they laid over un- til 1 a. m. Odie Herring stood so long on one corner that the dogs be- came friendly with him. Finally at 1 a. m., the troop train arrived and we reached Austin, at noon Friday, July 28th and were assigned to bar- racks No. 5. Friday afternoon was used in getting our bar- racks cleaned, kitchen put in order, and everything ready for work, which started in earnest Saturday morning, July 29th. The companies drilled from 7 a. m. to 12 N. and from I p. m. to 3 p. m. Then the men are off except for standing "Re- treat" whcih takes place about 6:30 p"; m. The hot sun was hard on most of the men for the first two or three days, but seemed to a- gree with them. Go...

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

The JVlineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 30 mineola. Wood county, Texas, Wednesday, august 16, 1922. NUMBER 25. WIELD RAI.LV NEW TEACHES FOR HELD ON TUESDAY MINEOLA SCHOOL AT SELECT TREATRE NAMED BY DOARD W. d. Williams is Made Chair, man of Local Forces in Cam- paign Drive. Attended by a crowd of sev- eral hundred people, a railv 111 the interest of Earle B. May- At a meeting of the Mineola School Board Monday after- noon Prof. Ben C. Gray of Van Zandt County, was elected a teacher in the Mineola High School. He succeeds Prof. H. W. Kuhn who has accepted a position in the Bowie Schools. Within the next few days the board will meet to fill two va- cancies in the Grammar School. field's candidacy for the United States Senate, was held Tues- day afternoon at the Select Theatre. The principal address There are several applications of the afternoon was delivered f°r the positions. by County Judge Cathey, who The High School faculty is in plain te...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1922

PLAIN FACTS THAT THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW. WHY THE SHOP CRAFT EMPLOYES WOULD NOT ACCEPT A DECISION WHICH WAS UNJUST, AND WERE FORCED TO QUIT WORK 5. 6. T i . 8. 9. cent ? 10. Increases in passenger rates, freight rates, Pullman rates and Pullman surcharge rates were granted to ihe railroads by the Interstate Commerce Commission, and the increases were put on the traveling public. On July 1, 1921 ihe United States Railroad Labor Board decision Nj. 147 reduced the railroad employees' wages 12 per cent. DID THE PUBLIC GET ANY PART OF THIS REDUCTION? NO! NO! On August 16, 1921, the United States Railroad La- bor Board in decision 222 reduced the shop craft em- ployees a further reduction of 10 PER CENT. DID THE TRAVELING PUBLIC RECEIVE ANY PART OF THIS REDUCTION ? NO! NO! On July 1 1922, the United States Railroad Labor Board in decision 1086 again reduced shop craft employ- es a FURTHER REDUCTION OF 12 PER CENT—A T OTAL OF 84 PER CENT in their wages within one year ASK YOURSELF THE FOLLO...

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

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. DELINQUENT TAX LIST | tax $2-00. Hunt W M- lot 9, blk 228 tax $2.50 I of Mineola Independent School Dis j Hurd, Louis, pt lot 4, blk 32. tax trict for the year 1921. On lands, j$1.50. lots and parts of lots showing tax j Hurry .J. F. ab 452, grt. W- M. Page past due by each individual to ] 47 1-2 acres, tax $7 50. which must be added penalty, cost | Jackson, Mandj., lot S pt i, blk I and 6 per cent interest per annum lax $1.00- from Feb. 1st 1922 till paid. 1 Jackson, Sam lots 1 to 4, blk .17, Archer, Sallie, It S pt- 6, blk No. :tax $5.50- 33 tax $1.00. i Jackson Matthew, ab 285 grt- A. Anderson, S- B. lot 3 blk 42, HA. Hamilton, tax $7.90. Jacobs, Jake lot 1, blk 59 tax $2. lots 11-12, James, Robert N pt- 1-2 lot 9, blk j 100, tax $1.50. Ervan 13 acres tax $3 70. 19, blk 5 tax $15 00. Raney, John, lot 24, blk 160. j Epps Clyde, lot 10 blk 20 Raney, John lots 29-30 pTTortilk j Epps, Clyde, lots 1-2 blk 217 tax ad tax $2 00...

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

PAGE FOUR THE MINE0LA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 192& THE MINEOLA MONITOR. H. J. ADAIR, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postoffice at Mineola, Texas, as Second Class Mail Matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY THE RAILROAD STRIKE. THE RAILROADS of this country are send- ing cut a vast amount of literature concerning the strike situation. For insance this week The Monitor received in plate form a column article headed: "Roads Stand by Loyal Employees." A sub head said: "Old and New Men Must be Pro- tected in strike settlement." If that be the real contention of the railroad evecutives, it is within their power to settle this strike within twenty four hours. If that be the real issue involved the strike never would have been. The Monitor is not publishing the article sent because it don't believe the minds of the peo- ple should be poisoned or filled with any such rot. There is something more to this strike ques- tion.) The railroad heads are allowing the strike to go on while g...

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

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, attinil!!lill!llllllll!l!llllllllltllll!lll!!!nil!l SAFETY FIRST Then Dependability With the coming of the crop movement, hundreds of people will have surplus money and the question of its dis- position will occupy their minds. This bank offers, absolute safety. Because it is a State Bank and deposits are protected by the GUARANTY fund. Because its directors are men of experience; men who have made a succcss of their own affairs, therefore are ca- pable of advising you in your investments. But above all. THIS BANK IS DEPENDABLE. In good times or bad, no legitimate need of any of our customers has ben refused. iiMlltHiii|the streets with four bales of jet at our door for all other kind cotton: a buyer asked him what ! of farm products, such as is nec- he had for sale, the farmer an- j essary to supply the demands swers: "four bales cotton" the | of the table. buyer asked him what kind of j These manufacturing plants, cotton have you,...

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

SDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FT7E. LETTER FROM REV. C. A. TOWER. i We have just returned from our long and happy vacation, : to resume labor in the interest I of the good people of Mineola, i The rest was refreshing and health-giving, we get b:ick on the job with renewed energy, : the outlook through East Texas ! is good in a material and spirit- Service ua] way \ye are back to serve j and crave the co-operation of I all the people. Phone us your wants and they j \ye have our regular prayer will be quickly releived. APPEAL 18 MADE FOR SUPPORT OF MORE SCHOOL TAX ertm The Monitor has received the following appeal frm the Pa- rent-Teachers' Association urg- ^us^r Bee Cafe will buy -iiig the voters to support the y°llr chickens and eggs. school tax in the coming elec- INSURANCE Our Meats and are unexcelled. tion. Our THE CITY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34. W. E. Bennett, Prop. LOCAL ipENING^ The future citizenship of our country depends on the educa- tion of our childr...

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

cigarettes They are GOOD! ADDRESS DELIVERED BL GEO. C. REEVES. it (Continued from page 6.) growing at home where rightly belongs. If cotton is worth from on? five thousand dollars per bale ien made into finished prod- Hs, why not manufacture it ghere it is grown and save the lucer the vast profits made |ke middle men. The question agp.in arises, is >tton mills in Texas; replying t6 this question I wish to say that conditions have wonderful- ly changed in the last few years. Take the item of freight alone, a few years ago we had an increase of 5 per cent freight, later on an additional increase of 15 per cent, another of 25 per cent, finally another of 40 per cent, which when added to- gether and placed with the rate prior to the first increase, will make 111 per cent increase in freight item alone on each bale of cotton from the farm to the . foreign mill. Next I will take friends- ^ '30 we th« the item of fuel. Only a few i™™ry <* these groat and good ™a" ' It is because they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 August 1922

T ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE HEAD REPORTS ON CHARGES AGAINST MAYFIELD Dclanev Hall. WESLEY COLLEGE Greenville, Texas Delaney Hall is one of the largest and best arranged dormi- tories for young men, to be found in any school in Texas. A new jfoof is replacing the old and the building is being entirely re- worked, hardwood floors being laid in parts of the building. Yale locks arc being placed in all doors Each room has a nice large •closet. The building is heated with steam and supplied with hot -and cold water. Wesley offers special advantages for the young man of this section. We emphacise athletics under wholesome Christian en- vironment with the best of moral standards. In addition to all forms of athletics and our turning out state championship teams Wesley has a company of the National Guard, membership in which is voluntary, but the members receive a dollar an hour for drilling and are furnished the uniform. The advantages in training for leadership and in the forma- tion of the clos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 August 1922

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1922. NUMBER 26. ' y .#•- ssfe: SOME POINTED QUESTIONS ASKED MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSIONERS OFFICIALS QUIZZED ON ICE SITUATION AND OTUEO MATTERS Monitor is Requested to Pub- lish Letter and Officials Are Asked to make public Their Answer. MAYFIELD RALLY HELD ON TUESDAY AT COUNTY SEAT With request that it be pub- lished The Monitor has receivea the Letter below ad- dressed to the Mayor and City Commissioners. The Monitor is publishing the letter because, in the opinion of the Editor, it contains some timely questions. The letter fol- lows; To The Mayor and t.. Com- vinissioners of the City of Mineola: Dear Sirs— Permit me to ask you a few )dain questions. , When you issued that weed cuttiftg Proclamation some three or four weeks ago did you do that on .any legal authority you I AVIMC RFfllll ATIflV were clothed with in way of an Lit I Hill llLuULJi | l|)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 August 1922

<7 PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1922. Plan to Save Millions of Dollars On Cotton Crop The Monitor is requested to publish the following: The farmers, the ginners, public weighers and warehouse- men of Texas are urged by Chas. E. Baugham, Commission- er of Markets and Warehouses to join in a campaign to avoid a repetition of the heavy loss in the cotton crop as occurred in the season of 1919-1920. The newspapers of Texas as a whole are requested and urged to join in this campaign. In the 1919-1920 season the country damage to the Texas cotton crop was more than $30- 000,000.00, caused by cotton having been ginned while wet, from weather damage after ginning and from careless hand- ling and storing cotton crop. We do not attempt to say to anyone to store your cotton. We are not wise enough to advise a man to sell or hold but we are deeply concerned about the way the cotton is handled. We want to ascertain how many farmers in Texas are in position to store thei...

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

k WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23,1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THRF4L * INSURANCE FIRE —ALL KINDS— TORNADO AUTOMOBILE Successful business men keep their investments pro- tected at all times, regardless of the cost. LIFE SICK-ACCIDENT CASULTY IF YOU ARE NOT FULLY PROTECTED SEE HOWARD L. LOTT TELEPHONE 195 or 24 supply every one's needs- , PER Mr. and Mrs. B. L., Chappell B. L. Jr., Mrs Miles Caudle and Mrs. A. Maberry motored to Mrs. G. S. Northcutt and child Greenville last week. ren after a two weeks visit, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Graham, have returned to their home in Longview. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Bruce and children left Sunday for Orange. They had been visit- ing ten days at the home of Mrs. Bruce parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Graham being en- route home from a summer va- cation in Colorado. , COW HIDES WANTED FARM BUREAU NOTES r>vv Program for the Agricultural clubs and Farm Bureau Barbe- cue, to be held at Reunion grounds at Quitman, August 30th, 1922. Meeting called to or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 August 1922

PAGE FOUR \ THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE MINEOLA MONITOR. H. J. ADAIR, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY HOGG'S LAST MESSAGE TO TEXAS. * * In November, 1905, a feature of the Dallas Fair was the "Legislative Day" banquet, given in hon- or of the members of the Texas Legislature, and attended by scores of notable men from all sec- tions of the state. James Stephen Hogg was to have been one of the speakers, but in October he suffered a dangerous relapse of the malady which afflicted him during tine last year of his life, and made his presence at Dallas impossible. So anxious were the managers of the banquet to have him represented that they sent a phono- graph to his bedside in the Worth hotel at Fort Worth wrehe he was lying very ill, and re- quested a message from him, and.he complied. At the banquet when his turn catne, the phono- graph was placed on the table and the company heard his solemn message as he had spoken it. • • The closing words of that memorable deliv- erance...

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

w- -**•3 )nesday, Ammrn, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FTVBT wd . K*' * ' .-A* . THE NEW FALL i Gkg? fiat is NOW BEING DISPLAYED INDIVIDUALITY is that characteristic of the Gage Hat which differentiates it from all others. Bear this in mind when selecting a hat this fall. Ask yourself these highly important questions: First—is it becoming? Second—Is it fashionable? Third—-Does it express my individuality? Fourth—Is it reasonjably priced? "'] ;; It is a tradition that Gage designers are true creative artists. They have spent their lives learning how to satisfy the universal demand for styles which possess ■ becoming originality. It is equally well known that the greatest possible care is exercised in the selection of materials and that ^ the skill of the artisans who make them is your guaran-. tee of perfect workmanship. We have just received a full line of the celebrated 'GAGE new fall hats. Call in and let us show them to AT COUNT! SEAT A mammoth cfowd is expect- ed to attend'the ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 August 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1922. AN OPPORTUNE TIME FOR EAST TEXAS. them to stay a have at any time, items of local 1 or other interest from any of so bounteous a feast. No other White with spot is more inviting than you while. with your spring branches, and I Mr. and Mrs. Bosier went to I the people of this community We consider now the most fa- vorable time for many years for the investment in East Tex- as lands. We consider East Texas lands at the lowest ebb they Will ever reach. In giving our reasons we could name) many. They were hundreds of business men who had no know- ledge of the farm nor its man agement, and when the war time prices for wheat, corn, cot- ton and other farm products were on, thought the only thing to do was to invest in a farm and it would make them rieh, many of these never even got one fair crop nor a fair price for the little that was raised. These men have become disgusted with the farm and its returns Loan companies were mislead ...

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

EDNESDAY, AUGUST 23,1922. SAFETY FIRST Then Dependability With the coming of the crop movement, hundreds of people will have surplus money and the question of its dis- position will occupy their minds. This bank offers, absolute safety. Because it is a State Bank and deposits are protected by the GUARANTY fund. MjJ: but simply endeavoring to an- il | swer some complaints that have | been going the rounds. § If my work has been such as 11 to merit your approval, I kind- i ! ly solicit your vote and influ- j1 ence on August 26th, promis- | ing, if elected, that the interest 1! of all concerned will be well J : taken care of. gj Thanking you in advance, for H all these favors, I b?g to remain Yours very truly, T. J. SHAW, Candidate for re-election to the office of Tax Collector of Wood County. (Political Advertisement.) Because its directors are men of experience; men who 1 have made a success of their own affairs, therefore are ca- | pable of advising you in your investments. But abov...

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

' " ,^A3E EIGHT •-? !*.•"■ ,... 0$affi*8Br ■<'; tf' TOE MINEOLA MOOTCQR NOTICE. Ta all owners of property a- butting on Broad Street in the City of Mineolar between its in- tersection with the west line of Pacific Street and its intersec- tion with the Easi line of Line Street, and the owners of prop- erty abutitng Johnson Sheet in the City of Mineola, between its inersection with the south line iof Kilpatrick Street and ijts in- tersection with the North line -of Front Street, of a hearing be- fore the Board of Commission- ers of the City of Mineola, to such owners, relating to the proposed assessment of such •owners and their property for "the cost of improving said streets within the said limits. I, J. D. Phillips, City Secre- tary of the City of Mineola, Texas, pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Commissioners hereinafter referred to, do here- by give the following notice. ":|g -• C f ' 'l iMii mIIUM cost of said improvement arid " at fahich ti-preafld place they otherwi...

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