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

V The Mineola Daily Monitor VOLUME ONE. MINEOLA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1922. NUMBER 27. PEOPLE INTERESTED i YOUNG PEOPLE MEET IN REPORTED SALE OF I. & G. N. DDAD Mineola people and business interests in the other towns touched by the International & Great Norhern Railway are won dering concerning the reported purchase of the I. & G. N. by the Frisco Railroad company. Concerning the purchase an editorial appeared in yestreday's Tyler Courier Times as follows: "Reports are still in circula- tion of the purchase of the I. & G. N. railway property by the Frisco System. It was stated in the Courier-Times some time ago, along with the report of the purchase of the I. & G. N. property by the Frisco system, there comes the report that the Frisco plans to utilize the Katy track from Greene te to .Min- eola and connecting there with the I. & G. N., will give throng!" tarins from St. Louis to the City of Mexico. Of course -"e:, a plan will be of vast benefit our ci...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 September 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. ARE YOU READY FOR A BUSINESS POSITION Demand for Help; A recent country wide investigation of employment conditions to get in- formation as to the type of help in greatest demand showed the following results: Out of 2445 advertisemeits for help 1338 specified a business training and 524 of the remain- ing 1107 were for positions that office assistants grow into. No other profession can claim one tenth as great a demand. In fact, this proves that there is a greater demand for business trained men and women than all other trades and professions combined. Are you passing up a business training and its won derful opportunities to become a day laborer, house-maid, de- partment store clerk, telephone operator, factory hand, etc? There is a business position awaiting you. Are you ready for it? Can you enter a busi- ness office knowing that you can handle a bookkeeper's desk do the work of a stenographer or private secretary, or hold any one of the specialized pla...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 September 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. BANKRUPTS PETITION FOR DISCHARGE. In the matter of W. R. Pinson Bankrupt. To the Honorable W. L. Estes, Judge of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Texas: W. R. Pinson of Winnsboro, R. F. D. No. 6, in the County of Wood and State of Texas, in said District, respectfully repre- sents that on the 15th day of January last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of Congress relating to bank ruptcy; that lie has duly sur- rendered all his property, and rights of property, and has fully complied with all the require- ments of said acts, and the or- ders of the Court touching said bankruptcy. Wherefore he prays that he may be decreed by the court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against his es- tate under said bankrupt acts, except as are excepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 1st day of July, 1921. W. R. Pinson, Bankrupt. Order of Notice Thereon. Eastern District of Texas, ss. On this 23rd day ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 September 1922

THE MINEOLA DAILY MONITOR. Today's Program First National Attraction "LYING LIPS" House Peters, Florence Vider 10 and 25c Select CONFECTIONERY and Cream Parlor KING'S Fresh Chocolate Bulk Candies Tomorrow Program BEYOND THE RAINBOW also 8th episode 'Robinson Crusoe' I0c-25c We see where a lady who is running a column in a daily paper for the purpose of dis- covering movie faces classes the different types of mugs as plas- tic, ingenue, creative, grooved, etc. We are not well enough up to pass on the types above men- tioned, but we are sure of our ground when we say that the average little girlie decides she has a movie face, sfte rapidly degenerates into the idiotic type. For Quick Sale.—My home in East part of town. Corner lot, east front newly repaired inside and out, new roof, barn, chick- en house, coal and wood house, shade trees, room for garden, nice lawn etc. Will sacrifice for quick sale. See Gus Bogan. NICE HOME FOR SALE. For sale, six room house two blocks South of Railro...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, it)**. NUMBER 32. GRAND JURY DECLARES CORRUPTION PRACTICED IN THE JULY PRIMARY BOOTLEGGING IS DECREASING LADIES AUXILIARY HARMONY ASSOCIATE TO MEET IN MINEOLA ■ The re- County 1 jury in its final report. port follows: The State of Texas, of Wood: In the District Court. Wood County Texas, Fall Term. 1922. To the Honorable J. R. Warren, Judge of Said Court: The Grand Jury of Wood County, Texas, duly empanelled and sworn as such for this t rm of your Honorable Court, beg leave to submit this our final re port, via: We have been in session dur- ing this term of your court 19 days, and have examined more than 200 witnesses, and have in each instance returned bills of indictments where we consider- -the evidence sufficient. As a result of our delibera- tions, we have returned to this court 116 Bills of Indictment, of which 69 are felonies and 47 are misdemea...

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

PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1922. 1WIE0LA MONITOR H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mail matter. Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 FUN AT THE EXPENSE OF NEWSPAPER EDITORS Editor Richards of the An- nona News whooped 'em up for Ferguson during the late cam- paign and Mayfield supporters placed crepe on his door and sent a fake telegram offering him a job in that candidate's meat market in Temple. The Annona editor is not a bit peeved and appears to have enjoyed the joke as much as his political adversaries. Those stunts were not quite as bad as the one pulled on Editor Barry of the Beeville Bee, who conducted the most strenuous campaign against the Ku Klux of any weekly paper in Texas. A man brought a note to his home one evening which informed him a friend was in trouble under one of the railroad trestles near town. Editor Barry called the officers an upon investigation fo...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. m LEGISLATURE MAY BE ASKED TO SETTLE CHEROKEE CLAIM The next legislature will like- ly be asked to settle the claim of the Cherokee Indians for cer- tain lands in East Texas. It will be interesting to know how- ever that Wood County is not included in the claim althoughj portions of Upshur, Gregg, Van' Zandt, Henderson, Cherokee,! and practically all of Smith are in the claim. i Concerning this Geo. W. j Fields of Oklahoma City, an at-j torney has prepared the follw- j ing. "The Texas-Cherokee claim j will be brought before the 1923 i regular session of the Texas' legislature for the purpose of a settlement with the State of Texas." The claim is for 1,500,000 j acres of land in East Texas, oc- cupied by the Indians early in 1 the nineteenth century, but from which they were ejected. It lies north of the old San An- tonio road and the Neches river and west of the Angelina and Sabine Rivers. It comprises all of the territory n...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

PAGE FOUB THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1922. MNEOU MONITOR H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher BILL'S BULLETTES % (WITHOUT A BY LINE) * v v v v v 4* v v v 4* '!* *!" PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mail matter. DISCOURAGEMENT. Life is full of pitfalls; full of illusions. Some of us bear up under discouragement. Others let ;he little things of life put Subscription., 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 I a "damper" on ourselves. HIS IMPRESSION OF WOOD j It would be wo 11 to remember COUNTY. ; that anything gained without A few weeks ago John T. Orr effort is hardly worth while, of the Farm Bureau with head- ! if we have to fight every inch quarters in Dailas visited Wood of the way to attain success in County. He delivered an ad- ja business enterprise, or any dress in Quitman. On his re- other kind of undertaking, at turn to Dallas the big"State pa-; the end when the goal is reached pers carried an interview with ' we appreciate an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. Notice to Patrons.—Prof. H. H. Sharp has opened up his violin class on Tuesday and Friday here at the High School. Will be glad to meet all who are interested in music. Buy it in Mineola. Back in Mineola! Has purchased the WHITE PRODUCE CO. STOCK And are opening for business, and will treat you right on your Produce, Hides and Furs Come and see us C. W. Hamrick, Mgr. i! *•: ■ jf ' '* ■ hv't V m A FRIENDLY BANK * Here you will find the dignity which becomes a bank tempered with the natural human desire to serve you well. Ours Is a Friendly Bank Find Out '■'i'w £• ' : ■ mm, THE FARMERS STATE BANK mtW? W4 C. Head, Pres R W Daniel, Cashier 10k * 'fei- 1 i'i* i - "i® - V •'* . i ! 0 H M A Cat in a Bag Thk phrase originated from an old trick sometimes played by fanners on unsuspecting people. The countrym&n would come to town with what was inferred to be a young pig in a bag. This he would offer for sale, and the unwary buyer w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1922. Ill DEFEATS GRAND SALINE ON FOOTBALL FIELD By the one-sided score 01 76 to nothing, Mineola High took OCTOBER ELEVENTH w MINEOLA DAY AT EAST TEXAS FAIR Everything is in readiness for the opening of the East Texas .the first game of the season onFair Tuesday, October 10. One £he local gridiron Friday after- noon. The light Grand Saline eleven was the opposing team. Mineola scored its first touch- ing in the first three minutes of play and after that scored at will. There were no outstanding features, The Mineola team of- of the best balanced programs ever prseented at any sectional fair in the Southwest has been prepared for this great annual event and consists in part of band concerts, auto polo, intro- duced for the first time in this section and exciting from start fered the best interference to finish; push ball by two shown here in several seasons but aside from this there were no particular features. The Grand Saline team ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

IHMI. ■ ■ PAGE EIGHT THE M1NE0LA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1922. COACH ALSTON OF LOCAL HIGH 18 CALLED HOME Coach W. J. Alston of the Mineola High School team was called to his home in Greenville Saturday on account of the se- rious illness of his father, who recently underwent an operation He was expected home today. His father is said to have been much better when he arrived. W. M. Runnels, who recently sold his grocery business to Messrs. English and Puckett ex- pects to leave tomorrow for Ar- lington where he will make his home. Mr. Runnels will like- ly engage in business in Dallas or Fort Worth but will reside in Arlington, midway between the two cities. See How Ironized Yeast Clears Complexions And Grows New Firm Flesh on Thin, Pale, Nervous and Run-down Folks Arc jrou troubled frith humiliating skin Flemishes? Are you thin—or do you feel the need of more en- ergy or "pep"? If so, mail coupon for the amazing Three-Day FBEE Trial Treat- ment of the wonderful Ironized Yeast V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEH* GOVERNOR NEFF CANNOT BE HERE ON ARMISTICE DAT YOUNG FOLKS HERE r help. For full particulars and IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY \ large free catalogue, address "Pick scraps of time from the j the Extension Department, Ty- THE NUSSOAKERY makes the purest bread, Cakes and Pies. Every- thing in our bakery is ab- solutely pure and sanitary Eat More Bread 9c per loaf NUSS BAKERY J Governor Neff, who had been i invited to be the principal' speak | er at the American Legion Ban- quet to be given here on Arm- sitice Day, cannot attend. He has so advised Mayor Thomp- son, who extended to him the invitation. Mayor Thompson Thursday received the following letter from Governor Neff: '• September 27, 1922. ''W. K. Thompson, Mayor, Mineola, Texas. Dear Mayor: "This will acknowledge re- ceipt of your cordial invitation urging me to attend the Ameri- can Legion Armistice Day cele- bration to be held at Mineola, Nov. 11th. I appreeiate, I as- sure you, ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

1 The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. NUMBER 33. MR. 6ARVER HERE AFTER ABSENCE OF SEVERAL WEEKS FOOTBALL FRIDAY FARMERSVILLE TEAM WILL PLAY LOCALS m J. A. Garver, head of the Gol- den Oil Company drilling the third test on the Adrian Farm near Golden, has returned after a two months' absence. He reached Mineola Thursday after- The Mineola High School team will play the fast Farmers- ville team next Friday afternoon at Base Ball Park. Indications are this will be one of the best noon and went directly to the games of the seasons as the two well. Thus far the Monitor re- i tea™s are said to be about even- porter has been unable to meet j ]y matched in weight and speed. with him. It) is expected within the next few days Mr. Garver will have an announcement con- cerning further opeijptions. It is understood if the leases will be extended the well will be drilled deeper. If these are n...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. HWEOLA MONITOR H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mail matter. Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 FARMER OF TODAY AND YESTERDAY. An ideal must precede a re- form. Sometimes these ideals may appear to be impossible, but men of today seldom admit anything is impossible. Edwin McKnight of Medina, N. Y., has evolved a plan for stabilizing the price of farm products, equaliz- ing the production of the same to the demand thereof in each year by giving intelligent guid- ance to farmers before planting time as to acreage necessary to each product. He has written a synopsis of his plan, had it printed and sent to the newspa- pers throughout the country, re garding it, he says, "as a pub- lic duty to prevent the recur- rance of such enormous losses as have recently befallen the whole farming community." Mr. McKnight's plan presup- poses cooperative e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. SB'1 is • • Jm > ■ v: m-j: SPECIAL WRITE-UP IN TIMES HERALD ABOUT THIS COUNTY Wilbur, Shaw, staff corre- spondent for the Dallas Times- Herald spent last Thursday in Mineola. He secured some data concerning Mineola and Wood j County. He returned to Dallas and wrote the following article which appeared in Friday's is- sue of the Times-Herald. Mineola, Texas, Oct. 6.—Min- eola is on the eve of a period of unprecedented prosperity. The "welcomed stranger" is already making himself felt in Wood county and Mineola merchants and business men, sensing his presence, are doing all in their | ReP°rt Gas Showing ly as inspiring to the elders as to the youngsters. While the livestock industry of the county is in its infancy it promises to be a robust youth and a giant when it matures. As for the oil prospects: There are six locations in the county with one well showing gas and another to resume drilling im- mediately, after a tempor...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 32, 1922 MINEOLA MONITOR H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mJiil matter. Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 THE GOOD ROAD AIDS RURAL EDUCATION Good roads, said a recent Times Herald item, have remov- ed the> hitching post from in front of the rural schools. For the post the parking place for automobiles lias been substitut- ed. Good roads have dono more than this for such schools. They have raised the average of attendance. They have made it possible for more pupils to be present at more days during the school year. In the "good old days" be- fore well built highways were 'a9 common as now, the roads that lead from farm house to school building were frequented bemired. In places they were practical quagmires. Passage over and through them was practically impossible. The consequence' of this con- dition was that rural school pu- pils, at least a ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR IMPORTANT NOTICE! New Quick Way toEnd Sore Throat A 8ore throat means that disease germs have entered your system. Kill theui muck' -before fhpy have a chance to Start their deadly work! Just gargle a few drops of the wonderfully effective antiseptic STEROLINF,. See how quickly the sorepeas leaves. Acts almost matan taneously! STEROLINE recom- mended by health experts everywhere. At all druggists. /iO-cerrt bottle lasts months. Get it today! STEROLINF KILLS SORE THROAT GERMS ™ BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE. In the matter of W. M. Gib- son, bankrupt". To the Honorable W. L. Estes, Judge of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Disrict of Texas. W. M. Gibson of Winnsboro, in the county of Wood and State of Texas, respectfully represents that on the 24tii day of Janu- ary last past, he was duly ad- judged bankrupt, under the acts of Congress relating to bank- ruptcy; that he has duly sur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. I 9/r-' W. v-y..- ^ / & .v\ THE NEW FALL (Ikuu* If at 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, reasonably 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 Personnel of Mineola High School Football Squad you. irunks, HtUt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922. THE MINEQLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEN- i I hi " t •• IJtfy; ,* EXPECT GREAT MASONIC MEET IN DALLAS SOON Dallas, Texas. Oct. 6.—The Fall Reunion of the Scottish Kite Masons in Dallas will be held from November 21 to 24, inclusive. The Reunion will last only four days, but a large majority of the candidates who will be members of the class will arrive in Dallas Monday, No- vember 20th, for the registra- tion on which night a Masonic service and Education meeting will be held at the Scottish Rite Cathedral with Judge Hiram F. Lively as the principal speak- er. In addition to the candidates who will be present, invitations ' will be sent out to every Lodge in the Dallas Masonic Service District to have representatives present, for on that night the Masonic Service work will be or- j* ganized for the entire portion >f#^Northeast Texas. It is ex- 1 pected that Past Grand Master Andrew L. Randell, who is now • executive director of the Masonic Service Association of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 October 1922

PAGE EIGHT THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922 ■ For a limited time The Weekly Monitor and the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News for The Yosr Without the Dallas News, The Mineola Monitor until January 1, 1924, for only Proposition Closes October 15, 1922 LOCAL AND PERSONAL HAPPENINGS AS TOLD FROM DAY TO DAY. From Friday's Monitor. Haskell Mai lory spent yester- day in Tyler. Miss Iris Adrian spent Thurs- day in Tyler. Mrs. Lula Little has returned from a business trip to Floydada Texas. Abo Woods is conlined to his room with a severe attack of dengue fever. Sanders and Gardner's Terrell made candies are always fresh. Order them next time. Mrs. G. T. Yates has returned from Grand Salnie where she has been visiting relatives this week. Eat Sanders and Gardner's Terrell made candies. They are delivered fresh to Mineola dealers. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Steed motored to Dallas this morning where they will remain for a few days. Mrs. T. B. Reed and little daughter left yesterday after- n...

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