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

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Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 December 1922

?AGE SIX THE MINE01.A MONITC rHURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922- F. 1. 0. CONSTITUTION EXPLAINED By W. W. FITZWALTER National" President. organizations do. and it would certainly be unfair to CITATION BY PUBLICATION You will notice in this article that be in a Farm Labor organization and THE gTATE OF TFXAK this is not a religious or political turn the back of our hand to all oth- body. That' means we are starting er labor organizations. j 0r ar,y constable of neither a new political party nor a The labor organizations comprise Woocl coanly: Greeting, new religious body. We have within about 36 per cent of the population ^ou are hereby commanded to sum the portals of the Farm Labor Union of the United States. They are not mon J E Head by making publication of America men and women of every farmers; therefore they depend upon of this citation once in each week for to produce everything four consecutive weeks previous to object was to corral the farmers for religious faith and order, and affi...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR SDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922 PAGE S^VEN AMERICAN LEllN -g 'STA/?0/?fiv£ SHOES, ARE BETTER III liii i i I carry the above Shoe, which is a Nationally adver- tised, All Leather Shoe of the highest quality. For Men, Women and Children, in from the heaviest Work Shoe to the Finest Dress Shoe. See them and compare the quality and price with any line, and Buy a Pair. We have in stock—A Genuine Boys' Paifts • .$1.75 Also All Wool Pant for Boys at $2.50 Mens' AH Wool Pants at $6.00 Men's 50 per cent Wool Pants $4.00 and $4.50 Staple and Fancy Ginghams ........15c, 20c, 25 and 30c. Bleaching, 36 inches wide 18c, 20c and 25c Bfrown Domestic _15c and 18c Also Fine Line of Groceries. Phone 139. Deliver Anywhere, Any Hour. Phone 139 B. L. Chappell HtK.TtiOHPSON. Drugs Jewelry Cut Glass Silverware Diamonds Athletic Goods Edison Phonographs Eastman Kodaks Box Candles Soda Water Gifts for all occasions. \J.C. THOMPSON. W.P. THOMPSON. h ' I , f DRUGS A/VD SV/V0ft/ES-JEWEL f?Y-PHOAOG/?...

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

Mens Hats Caps Dress Shirts i Trousers Ram Coats Sweaters n Boys Sweaters Wool Shirts Work Shirts Shoes FOR MEN, BOYS, Dress Gloves WOMEN, AND Work Gloves Driving Gloves Belts Belt Buckles I Holly Boxes Holly Wrapping paper Silk Hose for Men Lisle Hose for Men GIRLS Cotton Hose for Men Silk Hose for W omen Lisle Hose for Women Neckties Mens Handkerchiefs Ladies Handkerchiefs Mufflers Christmas Seals Cuff Links Collars - ...4: ^ m mt. J. W. SHOWS, Mgr. A Full and Complete Line of Gifts Suitable for Men, Women and Children. Everything New, and Prices Are Reasonable. REWARD. STolIie forgets, but still she's Mol- ,Hloo — —0—, — , Arthur Maitland, some big liar, "Too Many Husbands," High j "Too Many Husbands," High School >1; Dec. 21. I Auditorium next Thursday, Miss Iris Adrian, who recently \ Harry Brown, who lends his wife accepted a position in Tyler, spent to Arthur, "Too Many Husbands,' Sunday here with home folks. , High School, Dec- 21. BROMBERG'S READY TO-WEAR REDUCTION SALE ...

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

Ifl 'lit® The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922. NUMBER 44. V'., FOOTHILL lilME wni BE PLAYED ON LOCAL FIELD k! $ What promises to be one of the best football games of the year will be played on the local ball lot Thursday afternoon be- tween an All Star Team from Winnsboro and an All Star Team from Mineola. The two teams will be com- of former high school ►layers in the two towns and by year's high school stars, ong those to be seen in action be W. J. Alston, former te University player and h of the local high school; Aldredge of Burleson Col- Smith of S. M. U. and Man- t sell of Texas. In Winnsboro's line-up will be seen such players as Gorman of Texas, Nabors ot "-Baylor, Laminack and Howel 1 of S. M, U. and Ord of Texas. The admission will be twenty- five and fifty cents. The pro-! ceeds of the game will be used as a starting fund for the Min- eola Base Ball Club for 1923, it ] ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 December 1922

'- -s # KOLA MONITOR WHY NOT ORGANIZE? HOARD NEWS The health of the community BANKRUPT'S PEITION FOR DISCHARGE The coming year should be lis good. H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher : one of the best in Mineola's his- j Fred Hunter of Rotan arriv- — —itory. Great things are ahead | ed Friday night to spend fifteen PUBLISHED THURSDAY ' ' 6 v IN THE MATTER OF J. K. P. Lankford, Bankrupt! —In Bankruptcy. To the Honorable W. L. Estes, Judge of the District Court j of the United States for the Eastern Distict of Texas: J. K. P. Lankford, of Golden,! |New industries should come 'days with his parents, Mr. and ' Entered at Mineola postoffice 'New stores should enter> and aj Mrs. W. L. Hunter. a*nnnA ™ii natter !score of other thmgs should hap Mr- and Mrs- Fonzoe Magee «s second class mail mattei. :pe„ t0 give Mineola a push for,f cisco Friday ^ — - |ward. The Monitor believes onej^0 spend a few days with rela- Subscription, 1 year $1,00 1 of the greatest needs is an act- j tives. Outside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 December 1922

I carry the above Shoe, which is a Nationally adver- tised, All Leather Shoe of the highest quality. For Men, Women and Children, in from the heaviest Work Shoe to the Finest Dress Shoe. See them and compare the quality and price with any line, and Buy a Pair. We have in stock—A Genuine Boys' Pants ... Also All Wool Pant for Boys at — . _$2.5G Mens' All Wool Pants at -$6.00 ill's 5) per cent Wool Pants $4.00 and $4.50 ilp and Fancy Ginghams 15c, 20c, 25 and 30c. Inching, 36 inches wide 18c, 20c and 25c Brow; Domestic ._15c and 18c Also Fine Line of Groceries. Phone 139. Deliver Anywhere, Any Hour. Phone 139 B. L. Chappell A FRIENDLY BANK Here you will find the dignity which becomes a bank tempered the natural human desire to :rve you well. Ours Is a Friendly Bank Find Out THE FARMERS STATE BANK m . . ' V - '■ C. Head, Pres R W Daniel, Cashier r If You Want Your >r Work done right take it to R. E, MILLS JOHNSON'S CHILI PARLOR i Where Cleanliness is the Watchword Best CHILI, HAMBUR...

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

FRESH STRAWBERRIES The Monitor received from J. M. Crow of near Tyler some fresti strawberries the other 3&j\ They were grown on Mr. brow's big farm near Tyler. He . a progressive farmer over there and has spent much time at experimenting not only with strawberries, but other things' u well. His experiments show *hat, can be done in East Texas. Not in the Inventory. "Did Jobson's purchase in- jfade the good will of the bust- tees ?" "There wasn't any good will. & was a coal dealer tie bought wt.M—Ex. Monitor Advertising Pays. A Eg}' LETTERHEAD! Come to Us for Monitor and Dal la? Semi-Week- ly Farm News, both for $1.75. TRAIN SCHEDULES. Texas & Pacific. Eastbound No. 6. Due 11:45 a. m. No. 4, Due 11:00 p. m. J No. 24. Due 12:23 a. m Westbound No. 2a, Pue 4'22 a. in. No. 3, Due 5:30 a. fti. No. 5, Due 2:29 p. m. j nternational & Great Northern Southbound No. 201, Departs .. . G:00 a. m. No. 205, Dopcrts ... .3:00 p. m. Northbound No. 206, Arrives ... .2:15 p. m. No. 20...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

Min n r PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY yoyjm 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, * HERE COMES THE NEW YEAR METHODIST HOLD CHURCH CONFERENCE TEXAS, JAUNARY 7, 1926. THURSDAY i NliMKER 46. C. C. WOOD & COMPANY TO REMODEL INTERIOR Following the preaching ser vice Sunday evening at the Methodist Church the pastor Rev. W. L. Cannan convened the Church conference. Mr. C Mr. C. C. Wood informs us that plan* have been made and work will begin soon on remod<; ing the interior of their store in Mineola. It is his plan to in That in itself is not particularly im- portant, save as most people look upon it as the beginning of better things—of the turning over of a new sheet. So far as we are concerned, it only means going ahead with the business of making our products better. Perfection Therefore Should Yon Specify! G. Massengale was elected Sec j stall new fixtures, build new retary for the current year ' shelving and add a system of Verbal reports were made con-1 roll ladder...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

R. H. Carraway, Entered at Postoffice, Mined!?? Texas, as second-class mail matter out fear or favor, and in a man ner wholly acceptable to all whc look with favor upon the enforce merit of the law. In taking this step, I feel 1 am going out among friends O. L. DAVIS ANNOUNCES Mv father, Capt. Jonathan Rus- FOR CO. SUPERINTENDENT sell, returning from the Mexican War, selected his future home- We are this week authorized stead near Winnsboro, Wood to announce Prof. 0. L. Davi>> County, Texas, and established of Golden as a* candidate for the himself and family th^re about office of County Superintendent 1850. He acted as County Clerk of Schools subject to the act'oi Pro. tem. in the organization of of the Democratic prima1'*', : Wood County as such. When July 24th. Prof. Davis is ;.n Wood County was composed o\ experienced school man, havir ^a large part of the territory nine years experience as a teach ; now comprising this judtcia1 er in public schools of the stale | district...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

Il Vol. 3. IVlineola High School No. 15 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney.Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff.' Social €k!itor—Pauline Blalock. Athleti£> Editor—Clyde Williams V REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. KiAkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tes&ie Wade. and students of our Sister eit\ on the north, Winnsboro, ar< having no school this week. Furniture and equipment an being installed this week, and it is our understanding tha Winnsboro High will resume class work again next Monday The Yellow Jacket staff cor granulates Winnsboro on thi completion of their new high school. Kicked Out of College. "HAPPY NEW tfiAR" , k ./ Back On The Job. After ten day s'of real fun and holiday pleasure, the \ . -1 ■ staff along With the faculty and stu- dents are back in school again. The staff feels ^confident all had a most enjoyable Glirrstmas and that both faculty and stu- dents are glad to - be back at work again. Mid-term exams start the middle of n^xt week a™! tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

Took Man Centuries to See Value of For£ In "good old times," when human beings were always within 24 hours oi •tarvation, man ate only with his fin gers. He hunted for his food in the .Woods or by the seashore, and lit picked the bones clean. Two table articles are found among ancivilized peoples—the knife and th« jjpoon. The knife was originally a weapon o:f attack or defense; it was used fot cutting and carving flesh, but its con venlence In eating soon became up parent. ihe origin of the spoon is uncertain. Ft mast have been Invented at a verj ancient date, for It Is found among people that have never come Into con- tact with civilization. The necessity of having some imple- ment for dipping water seems to have led first to the invention of the cala bash, or the use of the coconut shell, and later on to the spoon. It was many thousand years later before there were forks. As a French writer on table etiquette has said, "from tne creation of the world to the beginning of the Sevent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR CITATION BY PU BLICATION D. 192«, the same being the 1st) . j day of February A. D. 1926, • THE STATE OF TEXAS, i then and there to answer a pet- j To the Sheriff or any Con- j ition filed in said Court on the stable of Wood Cos my—(Jreet-j 17 day of Septenibei A. D. , '1925 in a suit, numbered on the; y-in Hereb1" Coranian.ied i docket of said Court No. 5490 ' wherein S. W. Hart is Plaintiff j rnsr: to summon Kn>x White by inak u\'£ publication -i this C'Ja'ior 3nc** in each week for four tuc- •eessive weeks previous to the w turn day hereof, in some nevvs- in your County, ii {here V a rewspaper publisi't i there- r, . iv i -f not, in am* news pa, published in the 7th Ju- di( district; '>ut if there be oc r v. paper published in said lud'cird District, th^n in a news p* si publishin !ho nearest i <tvLct to said rtli Judicial Dis iric*. appea." at tile next regular term nf the District Court of Wood. County, to be hold? i at the ''mrt House there- of, Hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

THE MINE0LA MONITOR ^he most satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR, ••• The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- | ned and so well built that few changes have been j necssary. I : ..." 1 You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy | tow. I • All the new models can be seen at our sales room Place your order now for early delivery. Watt's Motor Co. Mineola, Texas NO. 565 [ficial statement of the financial condition of THE MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, State of Texas, at the close of business on the Mist of December, 1925, published in the Mineola Monitor, a news- ier printed and published Mineola, State oi Texas, on Lfte day of January, 1926. NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OF TSXAS, Coun ty of V; ood. li> 'Mitue of ao. or lor of .alt i;i'>.aed out of toe Honorable Dist-i "t Court of Wood County on the 2nd day of December A. D. 1925, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of The First Nation al Bank of Mineola, Texas ver- sus S. C. Noble and Mollie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

THE MINEOIiA MONITOR '! %T:< ■ 'Z&x-u&r. y m~g*7<.V ■ ■'■ ••": ' rfr"* , * firs* %r si Community The Development of an Idea 51 years ago this Community was but an idea TODAY our happy homelife made possible because of the development of that idea stands as a milestone on the road to greater future growth, greater future prosperity and a greater home community. THE consumation of our ideas, the realization of our dreams, the achievement of our plans rests upon a com- mon foundation— THE united efforts of every member of this community toward developing our idea of what we want this town and community to be. The Mineola Monitor "Your Community Newspaper" ,..31 k JN r*£'-3BC«!ZC;_t= i?:,; c ■- - Ki-VX. rr*tr m? 1 VS2S f

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 January 1926

THE MINEOLA Mn\'! ?? ? \ ! Miss Evelyn Adams of Cpu.' 1 Sf#line visited her aunt, Mrs ' H. C. Merritt in Mineola la; week. "AFTER A WHILE--" It isn't the money you spend now that will make you comfortable by and by— —it's the money you save now—and during all the "nows" of your produc- ing years. So many people think they will begin to save "after a while"—in the mean- time establishing the spending habit. A few thousand Lawton ber v" vines one year old, §1.00 pei thousand ri you come and get them. W. F. VVever. 43-4tp Does this seem like good common sen sev Mineola, Texas Just received a car load of candies of all kinds at Ralph Humphrey's Confectionery. ways anxious to please." Mrs. J. M. Tigert of Mount Pleasant this week visited Mrs R. M. Watts and Mrs. H. Watts in Mineola. FOR RENT—Three room apart' n-ent furnished or unfurnwlv.-d model e conveniences. A. J . Henry. Mr. and Mrs J F.. Davis :,avc returned from Lmgview i Her spending a f a days wi*.b relatives there. LOCAL. lAPP&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

The Mineola Monitor >LUME 53. >♦>< PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, 1926 -rr ~ t -ynvvsvrmm^fre^ -.-n jiwaimymi HALF DOLLAR SELLS NUMBER 47. m comes the new year hat in itsc-<f is not oartnciJarly im- portant, save as rn ost people .ock upon it as cat; beginning of belter the turning over of a new sheet. So tar as v/e are concerned, it only means gomj >*.hsaci with the business of making our products beUer. <*• <% * r 4> •4' Ot til AT AUCTION FOR SIS Las; Thursday at the Lion* ub W. I). Kiicliens chuirrnar immittee U- •«; il'liil'M-ll 01s iWRUPRACTIS SB H® BE? i The rnows show [•vin .half dollc.r, auctioned the spec ial com in. u d for V neola 198" to the highest bidd . n buying the coin for 18. Mineola's quoto has jus 'vr.'.i been subscribed, there on ii a few ot " coins left anc below indicate the p; i ts of your spine where pre •lie various so called diseases and symptoms listed. inn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

ML'IUMJI 1'uuhstied tvery I ihursday he could tio longer chounh-v R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffiee, Mineolr. Taxas, as second-class mail matter THE FARMERS POLITICAL ATTRACT ATTENTION of th< io.i ol' ■ pio topheavy economic structure ot the country's industry without reducing himself to virtual serf- dom and endless un recompensed toil. It is to avoid this co-iditAvi that the farmer is fighting to- «iay. lie is dera.nding t\at the government dc for him some ol ;,he things it has done for Dthe* pr <i..ters TIi" 'ariff "i"'t heir him, except in,isolated and un- important instances, and almost every other suggestion plan seems to meet the opposition of those who would "keep the gov- ernment out of business," just as if the government hadn't been inextricably engaged in providing an aritficial basis for business ever cnice the first tariff act was passed. The farmer has labored undei the further disadvantage of be- ing weakly organized. He has not been able to s^ct in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

FIRST OF SHIPS BOUGHT BY FORD IS JUNKED The first of the fieet of 199 ships purchased by Henry Ford from the United States Shipping Board to be scrapped for the i manufacture of Ford products, reached the River Rouge plant ,of tlx eFord Motor Co., Thurs- ly, December 17th. Hitched to a snorting tug, the bin stee; 'freighter slowly breasted ilv choppy wa: i •• Del run River and finally dropped in the Rouge slip, its last voyage completed. The ship-Lake Fondulace- barely escaped the grip of wint- er all the way along the route to Detroit. In the St. Lawrence It was necessary to plow lanes through ice fields already form- r ed and the ship with its tug was closed for the winter. On th high sea, gales buffeted the staunch tug and its helpless burden. On thre occassions ai wireless communicationwas des troyed and the Ballcamp—one of the seven sea-going tugs also purchased by Mr. Ford—was forced to seek the protection of Atlantic harbors for its charge. Eleven men were carried by the Lake...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

TJiF MT'-T 'V ' \*ITOR *■ i* which we belie v? many of om citizens and frineds would bo glad to donate Mineola School Enrollment Totals 759. Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 171 EDITORIAL STAFF tb Ed in chief—Sidney Manseli. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blaloek. Athletic Editor—Clyde William.; latter part of last week an first of this week have L iven over to reviews, in ail su jfcts. These reviews are mor<. often given in o.ul.in j form ye At the close oi the first sen; ester the tota! enrollment e! Mineola Public 3cuejs. butii co' ^e(,. l ored ani whit1 has readied « V, | tvrl of 759, jjcco dir.g to fi^u • cr.i file in the superintendent ice. This is iraoi of >7 ows las- some are taken up m class and) ,.ame ,ft?Uv . each student, expresses his 01 • ••rdlrojr.t ae->c<.w to s:«:uj>H REPORTERS her opinion on the ■.uste.l. subject ^i. tral W S Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Work While You Work a...

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