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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 September 1922

The Mineola Daily Monitor VOLUME ONE. MINEOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1922. NUMBER SEVEN. WE CAUGHT AN ALIGATOR We caught an alligator. A real, live alligator, eight feet and two inches long. He may be seen at Luther Padgetts Market. The saurian was discovered yesterday by ABo'WSbds in a big hole of water on the North side of the Lake Fork dump. He brought news of the discovery to town and immediateliy Mr. Padgett, L. Bruner, D. Bruner, Manager White of the phone company and a number of oth- ers went to the scene and began to map out plans for taking the big thing into custody. They worked for some time when R. J. Gaston, D. N. Steed, Walter Russell, Dr. Peterson and a whole lot more business men went to the rescue. They too, •worked for a long time, but the alligator was not captured un- til "we" arrived on the scene I about 10 o'clock last night. The alligator was taken in a sein and moved from the big hole of water into a smaller hole. There he was larated and dragged upon the ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 September 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. Our Line of Groceries is Complete. We carry fresh vegetables and the best eats the market affords. Watch our space daily for the best offerings in the grocery line. W. D. WILLIAMS & CO. West Broad Street Two Phones 88 & 146 DEPOSIT your money with the Farmers State Bank— The Farmers Friend. Guaranty Fund Bank. Tell us your wants. We are glad to ac- commodate you in any way possible. THE FARMERS STATE BANK W. C. Head, Pres R W Daniel, Cashier MINEOLA MACHINE SHOP We Do All Kinds of Repair Work Acetylene Welding PHONE NO. 239 206 East Broad Mineola, Texas LEWIS & YORK DAIRY PHONE 150 Sells and Delivers the Purest Jersey Milk and Butter. We solicit a portion of the Mineola trade WO MINEOLA BOYS TO BURLESON COLLEGE Richard (Red) Aldridge, star quarter back on the Mineola football team and Grady Met- calf, another star on last year's team left Tuesday for Green- ville where they will enter Bur- leson College. They will go in- to training with other ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 September 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. F'A-r * m* B. A HOLBROOK YOUR TAILOR Let me have your laundry. Next door to J- W. Shows. WHEN IN TOWN VISIT US When you want drugs buy them from us. When we can acommodate you, call on us. ANYWAY, DON'T FORGET US. PENDLETON DRUG STORE Phone 45. INSURANCE FIRE -ALL KINDS- TORNADO AUTOMOBILE Successful business men keep their investments tected at all times, regardless of the cost. pro- Low Priced? You Said It! Old Doc Whitcomb used to say he didn't know much about kids' diseases. When in doubt he brought on fits — and he had a darned good cure for fits! May be all right with kids—but when a man really wants a low-priced battery we don't try to cure him! We just sell him a CW Battery (Wood Separator)—the best, long- est-lived low-priced battery that can possibly be made. We're selling lots of 'em. Sizes for all cars. Price: for 6-volt, 11-plate, $17.50 BRUNER GARAGE Mineola, Texas. Day Phone 41; nite42 Representing Wllard Batteries (THREADED RUBBER INSULATIO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 September 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. The Select Theatre's Programme Today's Program ; i j OVER THE BORDER Wffli Betty Compson. FIRtMEN BENEFIT WEEK 10 and 25c Select CONFECTIONERY and Cream Parlor KING'S Fresh Chocolate Bulk Candies a Tomorrow Program "BATCHELOR DADDY" gg| With Thomas Meighan % i * WT *£0 Its Firemens Benefit Week Here * " BACON'S SHOP Offers you the best of tonsorial work in hair cuts, shave, shampoo, hot and cold baths. Hair tonics REPORT FRISCO HAS PURCHASED LINES OF I. & G. N. SYSTEM CARD OF THANKS. SALE OF I. & Gr. N. BELIEVED AUTHENTIC The report of the sale of the L & G. N. properties to the Fris- co road is given credence by those in position to know. A Herald man asked Judge King this afternoon if he knew any- thing about it, and he replied that he did not. However the Herald learns on what it con- siders reliable authority that the sale, has been made, and that it is generally accepted as true among the I. & G. N. people, even if not admitted by the ...

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

■ 'm The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1922. 2. Nl'MBEK IS. Claim Contracts Broken PUN MOCK WORK With the Farm Bureau ON MAIN HIGHWAY Expect to File Suits THRU VAN ZANDT M. H. Vandiver has contribu- ted for The Mineola Monitor an article this week concerning the marketing of cotton through the Farm Bureau. He says evidence has been secured that some farmerswh o signed the five agreement to market their cotton have violated the argee- ment and that suits will be filed the proper information is cured. Mr. Vandiver's letter is as follows: We have come to the time when team mork is needed. Yes imperative. There must be sym- pathy, understanding and co- operation between agriculture, . -industry and business. They are iependent upon one another; they are alike necessary to a well rounded national life. The American Farm Bureau Federation is the largest S30- ciation of farmers ever organ- ic ...

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

PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1922^ LOCAL AND PERSONAL HAPPENINGS AS TOLD FROM DAY TO DAY. \/ociety\^ From Thursday's Monitor. she having accepted a position Mrs. Carrie Allen was a guest there. this week at. the home of Mr. Misses Jewell Taylor and | and Mrs. W. M. Scott. Jewell Thomas of Quitman left j Mr. and Mrs. Linus Allen of Friday afternoon for a visit i Dallas were here the first of with I. E. Thomas and family | the week to visit Mrs. Allen's at Tyler. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miss Evelyn Wallace of Hot Scott. Springs, Ark., who has been jshroveport are here the guests ! j of Miss Julia Mayer. Percy Thompson, son of visit in Shreveport. They ex- day night on her way home. D. A. Landers and family visiting relatives at Lindale left this afternoon for a short came through Mineola Thurs- , Mrs. R. E. Mills returned yes- jterday afternoon following a j visit with relatives in Wilis | Point. ! Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Landers | {motored to Shreveport Thurs-...

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

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER f3, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREES. BIG ATTENDANCE MARKS OPENING OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS Mineola's Public Schools o- pened Monday morning under most promising prospects for the greatest school year in his- tory. There were a number of out of town pupils to enter the high school. Others it is un- derstood will enter during the MEMBERS OF FARM LABOR UNION SELL FIFTY FOUR BALES OF COTTON IN A POOL TO THE MINEOLA BUYERS From Saturday's Monitor. market was unsteady. The price Members of ihe Farm Labor was up and then down. Union in Wood county yesterday , The fact that such a good pooled fifty four bales of cotton and stacked it in a pile at the cotton compress. Yesterday af- I j price was paid for the staple in- dicates the cotton market ternoon it was sold to Messrs. DeWitt £.nd Harp Mineola spin- next few days. Only a brief ex- nei' buyers on a twenty-cent ba- ercise was held during chapel | sis middling. The cotton was hour to mark the formal open- only a part o...

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

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, lgg NHEOLA MONITOR WE GOT A CIRCULAR. The Winnsboro Chamber of Commerce has begun the issu- H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher ance once a month of the 4 '"Winnsboro Chamber of Com- PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS. merCe Gazette." The first copy Entered at Mineola postoffice j lias reached our desk. Not on- ly this but copies of the Gazette have been distributed broadcast over this country. They have as second class mail matter. Subscription. 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. —o— If there is anything, in opinion of The Monitor, which shows the growth of a town or city, it is the increase in schol- astics from year to year. Last year there was a notable in- also been distributed in adjoin- ing counties. The Monitor would congratu- late the Winnsboro Chamber of Commerce for this undertak- the | ing. We are glad to see that progressive citizenship, those progressive business men stand for such a move. It will un-...

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

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER fB, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. V I i . T H i.. Ji ■:v r>V § W w BIG BANKRUPT SALE To the Public: The stock of C. R. Jeffries at Sherman, Tex- as, was sold by the United States Court under the hammer. I was the successful bidder at a very low price. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, SEPT. 8 I moved the Stock in Big Truck and Freight The stock consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies Coats, Mens and Boys Cloth- ing Sweaters, Suit Cases, Underwear, Summer and winter—All kinds of blankets and comforts Notions, Etc/ Our Store is not Large enough to hold all the goods. So I must sell at a low price and you will get GOOD BARGAINS NOW—You can buy your winter goods at bankrupt prices. I cannot mention everything, so come and look for yourself. COMPARE THESE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT 25c Best Ginghams for - - - - - 19c 15c Bleaching for ------- 11 c 9-4 Pepperell Sheeting for ----- - 43c LADIES' ALL WOOL COATS 1-2 PRICE PRICES WITH OTHERS $45.00 Fine All Wool Coat $...

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

"W PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1922. nj klux march down aisles of select theatre discuss plans for establishing cotton exchange -O- Consternation almost reigned j ^ . at the Select Theatre Saturday From Fri(la>'s Monitor. night when three Ku Kluxers j There is considerable talk a- rnarched quietly down the aisle mong Mineola business men to Fire Chief DuBose, who was concernjng ^),e establishment of making a speech. The three , . white robed members of the a cotton exchange or board in Ku Klux handed Mr. DuBose a Mineola. Should this be done an letter which contained a $10 | operator will be employed and Mil to be used as part payment cot^on market report posted for the siren. I ,, . , ... Saturday nigh, marked the |"vel'.v felv m'"utes as ,s d<™ m •close of a week's program at (Dallas and other pieces where the Select Theatre in which Mr. j mn exchange is operated. The and Mrs. Hooks gav > one half 'undertaking, it is said will cost of the procee ...

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

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER f3, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SrVEN- LOCAL COTTON MARKET PROVES MINEOLA IS FRIEND OF FARMER There have been numerous and varied reports concerning the price of cotton in Mineola and other points in this section. In some way the report has got- ten out that Mineola was not paying quite as much for cot- ton as other places. A close in- vestigation will reveal that this is an exaggeated report, and that frequently the price paid here is more than is paid in ad- joining towns. For instance, when Mineola received the first bale of cotton the price paid was more than was paid for any other bale of cotton received by any other town in this section of the state. Then, too, the premium offered by Mineola business men surpassed any premium of- fered in this section. It was even more than that offered by the City of Tyler, a city boasting of being almost four times as ! large as Mineola. which sell at a very low figure. That is not the fault of the buy- er. It is not ...

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

PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1922. Judge J. W. Pierson, formerly of Dallas, now of New Orleans accompanied by Mrs. Pierson and their son, spent a short time in Mirieola Thursday morning. They were enroute home after a trip to Dallas. Judge Pierson is now Supreme Dictator for the Loyal Order of Moose. He was formerly dis- trict attorney at Dallas. He removed to that city from Em- ory where he was born and reared. To cure costivonoss ilio an must be more than a . must contain tonic, alter nil" . ...... cathartic properties. Tutt's Pills possess these qualities, and spceJiir restore to the bowels their natural function, 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 WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME School Teacher and Pupil. We Welcome you to our town and to make our store your head- quarters, PENDLETON DRUG STORE Phone 45. INSURANCE FIRE —ALL KINDS- TORNADO S...

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

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEM BER 21, 1922. NUMBER 30 PAVING OF MINEOLA STREETS . EXPECTED TO BEGIN SOON; ' ATTORNEY GENERAL'S RULING Paving of Mineola Business passed upon by the circuit court DEEMAN FUNERAL GOES TO MARSHALL HELD IN DALLAS1 III ENTER HOSPITAL The following concerning the i From Wednesday's Daily. V streets is expected to begin with in the next few days, following a ruling from the Attorney General. The ruling was asked for by Mayor Thompson and covers a point on which it is said, the contractors had hesi- tated about signing the contract Mayor Thompson expeets the contract to be signed within the next two or three days and the work will then begin. The rul- ing was received yesterday af- ternoon. Similar questions were asked about has recently been of appeals and Mr. Thompson believes this removes every ob- stacle to that the work will im- mediately begin. The contrac...

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

PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922. MINEOLA MONITOR H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 MAY BE THE BEGINNNING OF THE END. WHERE TO, WORLD? HOW FAR SHOULD FARM- ERS SUPPORT ORGAN- IZED LABOR? The world is industry mad. j When Gerat Britian became the ~~ first "industrialized" nation, it Farmers as laborers are try- meant that every Britisher in : ing to produce just as much as the factories would make en-, they can. Every farmer is ough things to support himself, proud when he makes a little and as much more to sell to na- j more on an acre |}lan anybody tions which were not industrial- j A , „ ever made before. And tarm- COUNTY AGENT NOTES (By M. H. Vandiver.) Co-operation is still the mud- sill of the farmers prosperity, despite the fact that there is a seeming failure of some of Vie Co-operative Associations wc have had in the past. The farm organizations now in 'existence may, like those of the Accord...

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

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. • LOCAL AND PERSONAL HAPPENINGS] AS TOLD FROM DAY TO DAY. j DEPORTED NUMBER OF RAILWAYS RESTORING JOBS TOTHE SHOPMEN From Friday's Monitor. Mrs. W. W. Moody and daugh- ter from Hainesville were here shopping today. Earl Massengale has accepted a position with I. G. Bromberg & Company. Mrs. C. B. Peterson and little son, Chas., Jr, are here from Dallas visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Peterson. Miss Thelma Dickson has ac- cepted a position to teach in the Lindale High School and will leave Monday to assume her duties. Miss Corrinne Hart left this moning for Dallas where she will visit friends a few days be- fore going to Denton to enter the College of Industrial Arts. Several other students from this section will also attend C. I. A. this year. Dr. McDonald entertained with an ice cream party Wed- nesday evening in honor of his guest, Miss Singletary of Tyler. Wallace Braden, assistant Highway engineer for this sec- tion ha...

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

PAGE FOUR *3 THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922. MINEOLA MONITOR H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher Published Daily Except Sunday. PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS. Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mail matter. Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 To The People of Mineola MODERNIZING THE FARM. Two factories, one equipped with labor saving machinery of modern make and the other op- erated with worn, inefficient and out-of-date equipment, must sell their output in the same market. The well equipped plant can undersell its competitor and make a profit. The poorly equipped factory will either op- erate from hand to mouth, in case the demand for the goods is heavy, or eventually close its doors. The farmers of this country are more like factories today than ever before, and they must be operated on business lines or go into bankruptcy. Therefore the necessity of cutting down operating expenses in both pro- duction and marketing. The well equipped farm ...

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

>! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922, THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. 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 Line Street, and the owners of prop- erty abutitng Johnson Street in the City of Mineola, between its inersection with the south line of Kilpatrick Street and its in- tersection with the North lino of P'ront 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- tar}^ 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. Whereas, the Board of Com- missioners has ordered the im- provement of Broad Street in the City of Mineola be...

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

, PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922 MAKING PLANS TO SEND EXHIBIT TV TEXAS STATE FAIR m PROTEST ON PEDDY NOMINATION From Monday's Monitor. A meeting of business men was held this afternoon at the County Austin, Texas.—In a letter sent to Secretrry of State S. L. Staples today, J. M. Patter- son. chairman of the YOUNG MAN DIED MONDAY EVENING AT HOME NEAR GOLDEN within the last two years, ?c- For Sale.—Good house, 5 cording to a review compiled by rooms, hall and bath, large gar- L. F. McKay, director of infor- den on two lots. See E. J. Par- mation of the American Cotton sons. d-w-tf.13 Growers' Exchange. These Mrs B. L. Chappell and Mrs. T. H. Ezell were in Alba last week to attend to the Funeral of Mrs. W. S. Hopkins. growers plan changes in . the marketing system which will i eliminate, they say, many of the Frank Beeman, age 24 years, evils in the present system of Travis j son of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Bee- • selling. saajoaaa.: Bifili.Mf-ii ui mi i.i §. it -5...

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

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE 3EVEV ALL PREPARATIONS ARE BEING RUSHED FOR EAST TEXAS FAIR ANOTHER TEST FOR ; WOOD COUNTY MAN ATHLETIC MEETING WOOD UOUNTY DIU ! CRASHES INTO TREE PEACE FOR COUNTY HEGUN SATURDAY DIES INSTANTLY IS NOT SELECTED tions for sweet potatoes, and has received replies from some of the letters. It is stated upon good au- thority that there will be more sweet potatoes rai.-,cd in this a,-C i tion this year than ever before {and unless a market is secured Plans for holding the East Another test for oil in Wood From Friday's Monitor. Selection of h meeting place for them at or.ee, th farmers Texas Fair, Tyler, the gates of j County was begun last Saturday The following account of the if°r the Intercollegiate Inter-! are going to sustain hervy los-- which will open Tuesday, Octob-1 when the test on the Suiter farm death of I. L. Goolsby, a Wood fciiol.a_f^ic Athle,ic League was e.- in their products. er 10 and close Saturday night, was spud...

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

PA3E EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922. CONVENTION BAPTIST ************* ALL STATEMOTOH TOUR* BILL'S BULLETTES * Harmony Baptist Speaking ►!- (WITHOUT A BY LINE) 4* Iteneary. i •{* *!♦ •!- !* -I* v *!* !* 4* v *!* v *!« J. N. Dawson, State Director of Publicity, will report to Geo. E. Alexander, Qui! man Pastor, Monday, September 25 to begin this work in the Harmony Baptist Association. The fol- lowing itenerary is being pro- posed as a working basis, sub- ject to change as may appear later. We sincerely trust that all the churches here named will MINEOLA IS WELL REPRESENTED AT VANS COLLEGES Few towns in Texas have more students attending the va- CLOUDS AN' THINGS. It is hard to believe, some- j times, that "Every cloud has a ! silver lining". ; Many good, kind and sweeti rjous sch00ls and colleges than characters are temporarily and i sometimes permanently changed I io disgruntels, grouches and j pessimists, because they do not meet the test, and fall under the...

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