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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

The Mineola Daily Monitor VOJuUME ONE. MINEOLA, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUG. 28, 1922. NUMBER ONE 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 success 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. WOOD CBUNfY GOES FIIS WIELD IN il. S. SENATORIAL CONTEST McLeod, Bullock, Shirey, and McCrary Successful m County Races—Only Four Small Boxes Yet I o Be Counted. MINEOLA STATE BANK -ji M- DEV. B. D. GRIFFIN OCCUPIES PULPIT AT BAPTIST COUStCH -O The Rev. B. D. Griffin of Greenville occupied the pulpit at ^ the First Baptist Church Sun- 'T day...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. WE WELCOME THE DAILY MONITOR TO OUR HOMES F. W. RHOLES THE SHOE MAN Automobile Tops and Upholstering Have recently started back in the top and upholstering business. Am now occupying the Chamber of Commerce building, first door West of W. D. Williams Co., and just across the street from the posloffice. I am much better prepared to handle the shoe business than I was in the old stand. I have plenty of room where one can sit and have their shoes repaired while you wait. Only the very best of material used, prices right and the very best of workmanship. Send in your shoes by parcel post. I will repair and re- turn them and pay postage one way—or bring them in and if you don't want to wait I will return them parcel post free. Twenty-five years of service to Mineola and surrounding territory. If you do not know me, your neighbor does, ask him. rrt":iz:t !«mnv burharies when ho told the union that Congressman Sanders had made | a good representative, they at 'on...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR- MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR I. G. BROMBERG & CO GREETS YOU Welcome to the circle of progressive institu- tions of Mineola. The year that saw the distribution of the first few leaflets from the hand press of your parent paper, also saw the doors swing open on the ten foot store building of the original Bromberg store down on Front Street—We have grown up together. So it is from a feeling born of an intimate association covering a long period of years, of a sympathy arising from burdens borne together, of battles fought jointly for the welfare of our town and its citizenship, of a kindness the pro- duct of reciprocally profitable business dealings, that we extend to you, the latest offspring of— our old associate,, the hand clasp of welcome —We knew your father well. Yours for a long prosperous useful career. I. G. BROMBERG & CO Since 1877. FARM LABOR UNION HAD GREAT MEETING AT QUITMAN FRIDAY Several Thousand People At- tended and Heard Some Interesting Ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. Mineola Daily Monitor Published Daily Except Sunday. H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher Application made for entry as second class mail matter under act of Congress. Ten Reasons Why People Should Support Home Paper 1. Because when you were born it was the home paper that introduced you to the world. 2. When you grew up and( graduated at the head of your class the home paper again gave you a nice write-up about it. 3. When later you found your life companion and were hap- pily married the home paper gave you and your bride a half column free compliemntary ac- count of the affair. 4. When sickness and mis- fortune invaded your home, and the sad news was distributed a- mong your friends and relatives thru the medium of the home paper. 5. When you have been suc- cessful in life or had been pro- moted to some important po- sition, perhaps it was the home paper that heralded your abil- ity. 6. If you sold out and re- moved to some other location, the home paper f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. LOCAL New Merchandise at Shows. .M-D-M FOR RENT—1 Four-Room House. J. W. Cage. report rainbow oil company plans 10 resume drilling 0- a well drilling two miles out. This well is being drilled by Seers & Co., of Dallas and is now over 2,600 feet and has had splendid showings of both oil and gas. Col. McDonald is also negotiating with other compan- little child sets lost from mother hoes home in oarh city to answer letter of citizen -0— -M-D-M- Wanted.—Some clean ccftton rags at the Monitor office. M-D-M ... ies for additional wells on his . There was Mrs. J. H. Cox is visiting rel- atives in Tyler this weke. M-D-M House for Sale.—Small Pay- ment down, Balance like Rent. J. W. Cage. M-D-M 1 New Fall and Winter Hats County, Wood. The officials of company made no announce- ment here of the plans. The well started by the company has been closed down for several months and the gen- eral opinion of men in the oiil drilling business, is that a new and Caps for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. NOTICE. Ta all owners of property a- butting on Broad Street in the City of Mineola, between its in- tersection with the west line of Pacific Street and its intersec- tion with the East line of Lino ■Street, and the owners of prop- erty abutitng Johnson, Street in ihe City of Mineola, between its inersection with the south line :jf Kilpatrick Street and its in- tersection with the North line yf Front Street, of a hearing be- fore the Board of Commission- srs of the City of Mineola, to juch owners, relating to the proposed assessment of such owners and their property for ■*;he cost of improving said itreets within the said limits. I, J. D. Phillips, City Secre- tary of the City of Mineola, Texas, pursuant to a resolution the Board of Commissioners hereinafter referred to, do here- by give the following notice. Whereas, the Board of Com- missioners has ordered the im- provement of Broad Street in nhe City of Mintpla between Pa- cific Street and Line Street a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. ^mrnTTTTT 1 Use more ice during these hot Summer days. It means better health and greater comfort. Our ice is the purest and best. Nineola Ice, light & Water Company ITBALL PRACTICE MANAGER NOT TO BEGIN AT THE | ELECTED BY THE STATE UNIVERSITY I I Austin, Texas, Aug. 28.— Training for fhe University of Texas football team will begin September 11, ten days before the regular opening of the sea- The Board of Directors of the Texas Farm Bureau Ribbon Cane Syrup Growers' Associa- tion failed to elect a secretary and manager of the association son. In spite of the hardest i Thursday morning. JVhen the schedule in the history of ath- J second day of a two day session letics in that institution and the was opened at local offices of logs Of the ten first string men 'the Texas Farm Bureau, St. the coaches are optimistic over Louis and Ervay streets. One the prospects of the team for th* 1922 season. Although the iorn eleven will be serious- by the loss of many...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 August 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. The Select Theatre's Programme Today's Program First National Attraction MILDRED HARRIS in "HABIT" Also A Good Comedy 10 and 25c Select CONFECTIONERY and Cream Parlor For Pure Confecrions Tom o n ow Prog rain Paramount Attraction MARY MILES MINTER in "South of Suva" ADJACENT COUNTIES WILL BE URGED TO IMPROVE HIGHWAYS Hardy Sammons, represent- ing the combined Automobile dubs of the Southwest, arrived m Mineola Saturday afternoon. He was accompanied by Mrs. Sammons and baby daughter, •Dorothy, and sister, Miss Laura Slae Sammons. They wire the guests at Rock Falls Lake of frr. and Mrs. W. E. Perry. They remained over Monday and were to return Monday after- ooon. While here, Mr. Sammons an- nounced that he was panning for big meetings at Grand Sa- line, Wills Point and at places in Kaufman county in the in- terest of improving those sec- tions of the Central Tex;* High- way that pass through those counties. He was high in "his Jkraise for Wood County roads a...

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

The Mineola Daily Monitor volume one. MINEOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1922. NUMBER TWO. THROUGH THE FINANCIAL STORMS OF MANY TEARS The First National Bank has moved stead- ily forward. We have protected our customers in every business crisis, including an important post- war period of readjustment. The stability of the future still depends on conservative, con- structive banking. A Commercial Bank—performing every function of a bank. FIRST National BANK If LEASES EXTENDED GOLDEN OIL WELL WILL BE FINISHED HOME FROM TRIP TO SOUTHERN TEXAS NOTICE FARMERS nHK .; Do not let the Army Worms devour your cot- ton. Use Arsenate of Lead. It is cheap, and will be worth money to you and the country to use it. Do not delay. We have a large stock of it on hand If an extension of the leases Ion tha lands in the vicinity of I the Golden Oil Well, the third jterest by this company, are | given, the well will be com- pleted. This announcement was made recently by J. A. Garver. h ad of the company. M...

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

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. | Our Line of Groceries j | is Complete. j | We carry fresh vegetables and the best eats | | the market affords. j 1 Watch our space daily for the best offerings j | in the grocery line. | I W. D. WILLIAMS & CO. | 55 EE 1 West Broad Street Two Phones 88 & 146 I DEPOSIT your money with the Farmers State Bank— The Farmers Friend. Guaranty Fund Bank. Tell us your wants. We are glad to ac- comodate you in any way possible. THE FARMERS STATE BANK W. C. Head, Pres R W Daniel, Cashier | I SEE TO YOUR EYES | = = S3 — We Replace Any Broken | £ Lens § Geo. F. Flynt | Jeweler and Optician | 110 E. Broad Street 2 Doors East of 1st Nat'l Bank Mineola, —:— Texas Mineola Daily Monitor Published Daily Except Sunday. H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher Application made for entry as second class mail matter under act of Congress. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Month $ .50 Three Months 1.00 One Year, (by mail) 2.50 M-D-M I The Hen Calls for Help. Finally the food profiteers h...

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

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. B. A. HOLLBROOK YOUR TAILOR Let me have your laundry. Next door to J. W. Shows. keep posted ok the locals by subscribing for the Mineola Daily Monitor and buy your Drugs, Toilet Articles and ^Sta- tionery at '4 pendleton drug store INSURANCE FIRE —ALL KINDS- TORNADO AUTOMOBILE Successful business men keep their investments pro- tected at all times, regardless of the cost. LIFE SICK-ACCIDENT CASULTl' IF YOU ARE NOT FULLY PROTECTED SEE HOWARD L. LOTT TELEPHONE 195 or 24 LOCAL ^PENINGL J. T. Robinson of Golden was here Monday. Miss Ruth Haines of Haines- ville is visiting friends here. Miss Jennie Jennings spent the week end with Tyler friends. Eldridge Stevens is spending the week-end with his aunt at Alba. vt'Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Henry of Alba spent Sunday with Mrs. S. E. Jennings. Attorney Wylie Jones was a Texarkana visitor Monday on legal business. Miss Maxine Travis of Jack- sonville is visiting Miss Ruth Stevens this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simms and ba...

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

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. The Select Theatre's Programme Today's Program Paramount Attraction MARY MILES MINTER in "South of Suva" 10 and 25c Select rr and Cream Parlor For Pure Confecrions Tomorrow Program Paramount Attraction "The Beauty Shop" An All Star Cast BACON'S SHOP Offers you the best of tonsorial work in hair cuts, shave, shampoo, hot and cold baths. Hair tonics 9ISTRICT COURT BEGINS GRINDING ON CIVIL DOCKET The second week of the dis- trict Court session for Wood County began "Monday morning with the call of the civil jury docket. This week will be used in the trial of these cases. M-D-M ODD FELLOWS MEETING. —o— iVIineola Lodge No. 919, I. 0. 0. F. will have an important meeting Tuesday night. The third degree in Odd Fellowship will be conferred and all mem- bers are urged to be present. + . M-D-M Daily Monitor to keep posted, t FORD T(l CLOSEDOWN ILL PLANTS SEPT. I Detroit, Mich.—Henry Ford Saturday made one of the great strategic movements that have come to be associa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922 NUMBER 27. , iV IF LEASES EXTENDED GOLDEN OIL WELL WILL BE FINISHED If an extension of the leases on the lands in the vicinity of the Golden Oil Well, the third terest by this company, are given, the well will be com-' pleted. This announcement was made recently by J. A. Carver, -head of the company. Mr. Gar- ver has been out of town for several days and is expected to return this week. If on his re- turn the leases have been signed for extensions, drilling will be resumed. If not, the rig will be moved to another section of the State.. Mr. Garver and the Golden Oil Company has spent thous- ands of dollars in the tnree . tests here. The first well drill- red oil the Jones lease proved to be a gasser. The rig was then moved to the Adrian farm - where tfte second test was start- ed. This well was lost at a depth of about 1300 feet and the third tes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922. FARM LABOR UNION HAD GREAT MEETING AT QUITMAN FRIDAY Several Thousand People At- tended and Heaifl Some Interesting Addresses. The Farm Labor Union of A- merica had a great day Friday at Quitman. It is estimated that several thousand people at- tended. The speaking began in the forenoon and continued un- til about 5 o'clock. The meeting was hold at the picnic grounds. The various unions were represented. Ban- ners were hung in the speakers building. Among the unions represented by these banners were the following: Hainesville, Mt. Zion, Concord, Lone Pine, Stout, New Hope, Democrat, Pine Mills, Excelsior and Red- land. During the day there wore a number of addresses. In tTTe forenoon T N. Jones of Tyler delivered a stirring address. In the afternoon, Judge Beavers of Winnsboro, compli- mented the farmers on their tribute to the mothers and their work in raising the ideals of young manhood and young wo- to 1 ho winning of the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREB. STAFFORD BUILDING IS BEING REMODELED STEPS ARE TAKEN TO REHABILITATE I. S G. N PROPERTY REV. B. D. GRIFFIN OCCUPIES PlILPIT I AT BAPTIST CHURCH The Stafford building next to ; Dick Pendleton's Drug store on j North Johnson Street is being re-modeled. According to Chil- ton Stafford, one of the owners the building will be made in to two buildings and will be rent- ed at an early date. Several ap- plications have been received for the building, he said. The old floor has been torn away and a new one will be built. The walls will bo repaired and improved and the building put in first class condition. M-D-M Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution. -o- WITWER AND GARDNER MONITOR OFFICE FOR JOB PRINTING OPEN OFFICES HERE 0 Messrs. Witwer and Gardner two of the best known cotton What was believed to bo the | The Rev. B. D. Griffin of j buyers in this section, have re- }first move to rehabilitate the Greenville occupied the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

PAGE FOUR THE M1NEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUJT_30/1?2^ I Our Line of Groceries | | is Complete. | EE =E We carry fresh vegetables and the best eats | | the market affords. j Watch our space daily for the best offerings ] | in the grocery line. | [ W. D. WILLIAMS & CO. ( | West Broad Street Two Phones 88 & 146 | Ill!lll!!llllll!il|i!!!lll!l|ll!illll!ili!lllllilllll!illiill!llilllllllllllllllll!l!lllllillllllllilllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliif Mill DAI A AffflMITAP' l'e(*e Perma nent side walks, in run bULA I! U PI I I U II j order that the grade will be cor- H. J. Adair, Editor & Publisher. 1-ect and uniform. Dirt side- j walks, like dirt streets, cannot i be entirely satisfactory. We oppose spending much money on them. Temporary repairs, as a wagon load of gravel or dirt, deposited in the low, or washed out places, in the side- walks will suffice at this time when money is so scarce. There are some sidewalks in the city, we agree, are very bad Old p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL E From Tuesday's Monitor. J. T. Robinson of Golden was iere Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough were Tyler visitors Monday. Miss Ruth Haines of Haines- ville is visiting friends here. Miss Jennie Jennings spent the week end with Tyler friends. Eldridge Stevens is spending the week-end with his aunt at Alba. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Henry of Alba spent Sunday with Mrs. S. E. Jennings. Attorney Wylie Jones was a Texarkana visitor Monday on legal business. Miss Maxine Travis of Jack- sonville is visiting Miss Ruth Stevens this Week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simms afid baby of Dallas were here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Graham -and family spent the veek-end -Tyler visiting relatives. Mrs. E. L. Hill and son, James, are visiting at the home of E. Q. Hearne and family this week. Percy Thmopson is attending a house party at Greenville, "Ijiven at the home of Baily Birdsong. Miss Fairy Stevens of Jack- sonville ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR u. RETORT RAINBOW oil conir ms TO RESUME DRILLING According to an item appear- ing in the Dallas Times Herald the Rainbow Oil and Develop- ment Company is planning to develop their holdings in Smith County, just over the line from Wood. The officials of the company made no announce- ment here of the plans. The well started by the company has been closed down for several months and the gen- eral opinion of men in the oiil drilling business, is that a new well will have to be drilled. The item concerning this op- MANAOER NOT ADJACENT COUNTIES ELECTED BY THE ; WILL BE URGES TO SYRUP DIRECTORS! IUPR0VE HIGHWAYS GRAVELING HIGHWAY NORTH AND SOUTH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922. ggeai a -o—■ -o- —0 The Board of Directors of the I Hardy Texas Farm Bureau Ribbon ling the Cane Syrup Growers' Associa- | clubs of the Southwest, arrived tion failed to elect a secretary in Mineola Saturday afternoon. and manager of the Thursday morning. association When the tie was accomp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEr I1TLE CHILD GETS LOST FROM MOTHER GOES HOME IN DARK y. Q There wr s considerable ex- citement Sunday evening just after dark, when the little four- year-old son of Mrs. F. R. Span of Dallas left the First Baptist Church building. The child was with some other small compan- ions and the first thing they knew the child was gone. A search was begun and the child could not be found anywhere down town. Mrs. Spann was vis ting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Covington and in a few min- utes some one went home. They found the child had gone from the church to the Covington home in the darkness of the night. Finding no one at home he went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blankenship and was there playing with the other child- ren. The little fellow showed re- markable memory and nerve for one just four years of age, in remembering where the house was and going to same in the dark, as, he and his mother reached Mineola on Saturdpy night...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 August 1922

PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR i 4.. f&awsfid^L #V ' J Mw '-.•'it •'i ill mm haii'fa'.ri'.T • j, j; ■ V-rL- 1S<U , . - - Tg&Z;-" I,A~ -.A1? ill >= ■ .„., ;,!i|| ( (.V an :"« I1 J; f ;'T, • •"T'C'T "nj W'«r Lui.% "<ir u ?! ""*TrSTTrtl'TiTTill it !S?4 f '^ii!1' lj iji;®? |i j. 11. 5 il^S-7 i mm 11 . .Mi ismF \\0 <:f i ii i i i" 1! i \; i ifa Ii | i ! i#£ s, •.- w Wx «\ri Use more ice during these hot Summer days. It means better health and greater comfort. Our ice is the purest and best. Mineola Ice, Light & Water Company 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 success of their own affairs, therefore are ca- pable of advising you in your investments. But ...

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