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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 1 i | The most satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the J THE UNIVERSAL CAR> J The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- | ned and so well built that few changes have been | 5s necssary. Layman's Meeting In Dallas You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy now. All the new models can be seen at our sales room Place your order now for early delivery. Watt's Motor Co. Mineola, Texas A <>reat Rejrinnsl Conference on Stewardship and Brother- hood convened in Dallas yester clay and will last two days. This is one of a group of 16 meeting? of the kind being held in differ ent Southern Cities. They are being held under the direction of the General board of lay act- ivities of the Methodist Episco pal Church South. Among the prominent speakers will be Bishop Beachump, who is now President of the World's broth erhood federation and inter-d" nomi)iational organization. Mr William Ward, London England Honorary Life President, World Brotherhood federa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

TOE MINEOLA MONITOR IV asp fakes High Rank as Guilder oi Nnsts V <•>£ are tiie master architects of the j '.gle. Mscs"' -?, tailors, carpenters, decora- te**. r uiatnifacturcrs and builders Oi s«. rscraper-. -ill of these trades and tttajr liiore are open secrets unions th< C&S,'.3. T? thet" *ce appear sense : s ''aul Or useum :' ta/.ine. onies i. i) l>e almost an es- s]ie.'! old 1 lolnies of ti:e (Jreenwich, in > liavo f "inti I !:e e \V, (: ilia V •>' How Hans Andersen Wove Fairy Dreams Mans Andersen, whose fairy atoiM* have brought happiness to thousands of children, was a stickler for form. So states Mrs. Marie Busch. who was a general servant to the author aii'l ' Use two spins!ers, the Misses BuU'ii, who shared a house with him. ''Andersen was very pnrtieuhu." j she said, "lie insisted upon my nd- him in the tidrd person wills Some Litl's Kncv-n Facts About Sleep The harder a man ?.lf<-p ho requires; sir not help to keep p anyone w"no goes Frozen Aliie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR When you clean your windows clean your lamps, too DIRT and dust on window panes keep Out the daylight. In even greater degree, dirt and dust on your electric light * "bulbs" and shades may cut down the light as much as 25 per cent. And replace all blackened "bulbs" with Edison Mazda Lamps. First, because blackened lamps burn just as much current; for the little light they give and second, because Edison Mazda Lamps give you full value in light for the current you use. EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE CO. As faithful as the sun itself To make the m06t of our lighting tcrvice, use Edison Mazda Lamps. Wt have them. .6S3 NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE IE STATE OF TEXAS, Coun ty of Wood. By virtue of an or- der of sale issued ow\. of the Honorable District Court of Wood County, on the 7th day of Jaunary 1926, by the Clerk ^thereof, in the case oi' The P;re- lational Bank of Mheola, Tex- as,. versus Mrs. Bessie J. Gaston and to me, as Sheriff, directel and delivered, I will proceed to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR L Washington Day Program Mineola Ward School ' Better farming campaign is nu new thing with us. For the past twenty years we have been preaching Dl- VESIFICATION of crops and Conser- vation of the soil. We are in hearty accord with any movement for the good of the Fa'Trnnu, interests in our community, as we know wha is good for the farmer is good for the ' linker as well. Terrace your land, rotate your civps. rais plenty feed and bank yonr money with i bank that is SAFE, DEPLND-- AB? t and ACCOMMODATING. *MlC|U I, £T/5Tr HUlik 3>SHIL liawn Mineola, Texas M an .. SB iHh II r 7 pa ® >§mw if- i:M:- 'H !ijc ;■ i mmsm&f l w: - / mm- ■' Mrs. H. W. Jones of Dallas is the guest this week of her sis ter, Mrs. Oscar Ferguson. Complete Optical parlor at House and lot in Mineola nea- grammar school for sale on easv terms. W. D. Kitchens. C. C. Moore was a business treatment, visitor to Alba Tuesday, Mrs. Jack Roach is in Dallas this week a/t a sanitarium for Marcyl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

if The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED ES THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, ' UBKUARY 25 1926. t rjmwir Washington Birthday Parent Teachers NUMBER 1. =m In all have than our years of Baking we never made r- better leaf Program By iViin- o j As BAKER BOY Nor is it the work ot chance, but a quality ideal of— iola W aid ociioo! socianon n ' To Have nan^en r ht.-r. \ >oci:- Perfection Therefore Should You Specify! Washington's birthday. Feb ruary 22nd, was observed in Mineoia by displaying the Nat ional Colors by nearly ah f tl; ousiness concerns of the city the closing of the banks and th. postoffice and at night by patriotic rogram prepared and rendered by the pupils of Min I eol: Wad School. The enter- tainment v\. staged at the , IJigh School auditoiinm to a capacity .house, y available seat in the balcony as .veil as lower floor of the auditorium was taken and many people stood in the isles unable to find seats. Every number of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

THE MiNEOLA MONITOR > ♦:<* 4. <> *■« *: ♦! M < MEAL BASE * & f> * r-. T r* r-- -rz r- *c;t tT-?<.*« *>-t-.v♦.♦♦ ♦♦* VVvvvvvv V f ❖ t t T V Y T ❖ ❖ t t T T t Y T V Y ❖ t ❖ ❖ f t T T Fertilizer For Farmers and Truck Growers 10-4-2 Corn and Cotton Special, $43.20 per ton 10-4-4 Deep Sandy Land $46.45 per ton 8-4-6 Watermelon Special, $45.10 per ton 16 per ct. Acid Phosphate, $22.22 per ton 10-3-3 Sandy Land, $39.40 per ton W. D. Kitchens & Sons MINEOLA, TEXAS Hurrah! Smiths Chapel iibr- j ary is assured. The young mens Bible class don't start the im possible, but when they start they put everything over t hey 1 have started. All who donate to mm5^55!m^mm.! the book case in the church, will ♦ V ❖ ❖ f V ❖ t V ❖ t ? T T T t f T V t T T ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ f ❖ ❖ 10und in any other town of its size, or for that matter, of greater proportions, in the State Mr. DuBose is Mayor, chief of police, fire chief, president of the Lions Club, engages, amonr other things, in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

MINFOLA Ni./MTOB * I GET RIGHT AMOUNT OF FUN FROM LIFE Competitive Struggle Only Handicap. h When ft Is a Jab of Tire Work You Can Safely TP , \ 1 rust i his "nop 1 he latest equipment for making repaiis that wifl outiasi: the tire itself assures satisfaction with our work. All sizes High Pressure and Baloon Tires and Tubes. ■ 'VN Bruner Bros A MAN WHO REMEMBERED THE LITTLE TOWN In Sunday's News there was an item which possibly escaped the eye of some, but which deser ves consideration. It had to do with the will of Samuel M. Dun lap, citizen of Dallas. Mr. Dun lap lived in the little town of Italy, made his friends there, made his fortune there—and after many years, left it for Dallas. In time death came and took him away from his new place of residence. And then Italy found that he had remem be red the old home town. Foi the will of Mr. Dunlap discloses his gift of the major part of his estate to the erection and en- dowment of a library in Italy. The little town doesn't always ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

'♦T7I MiXE&LA MONITOR Vol. 3. Mineota High School No. 22 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. liUla B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. ^Tessie Wade. year, he sang "The Gypsy Trail' which is still remembered by many of his Mineola friends. Ernest is a self made boy; hi has been at S. M. U. four years now, working his way and paying all expenses by work ing at night. He will receive his degree in June. Thej.?flaiiy Mineola and Wood coifhty friends are proud of the r^0£&; made bv Ernest Smith. Literary Society. Don't Forget the Parent Teach ers 42 Tournament at Lions Club room Tuesday March 2. The Literary Society met Thursday night, February 18 and despite the cold weather there was a good atteduance. The program was well rendered and greatly enjoyed by everyor.e "Old Black Joe" was sung by the Society as the first nan: - r. The next numb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ; , -i «■••- :... BIG REDUCTIONS IN c c CLOSED CAR ¥ME UNIVERSAL CAR. The new price schedule is effective now. FORDOR Reduced $95.00 TUDOR Reduced 60.00 COUPE Reduced 20.00 Greater output makes these reductions possible. It is the Ford policy to give customers the benefit of all possible reductions in price. Maintaining the same high quality. When You Think of FORDS, Think of— Watt's Motor Co. CHURCHES 1 BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES 10 PER tion c CENT on Tires All new Badger Tires, and they are sold under the well known Badger Guarantee of ser- vice and workmanship. An expert Auto Mechanic is in charge of our 1: We regret that after Mr. 01- I' lie Webb, assistant to the Pres 11 idem of the Texas and Pacific 1 Railway System, arrived here I i last Sunday it was necessary II for him to return to Dallas im mediately. However, we hope to have him with us in the near future. Beginning Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the Women's Mis- sionary Society will observe a week of Prayer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I f OR CLEANING SATISFACTION' t fS —ONE —DAY —SERVICE CHAS. ROBINSON Winnsboro, Texas Represented in Mineola by T. A. COLLINS Phone 173 FORD MOTOR COMPANY AN- NOUNCES PRICE CHANGES A new price list for Ford pas senger cars, including & material reduction in the prices of los «d cars, was announced last week by Edsof B. Ford, president of the Ford Motor Compa 1/. The ne'v. |rices become effective Thi-isoay morniFebruary iiih. /The li^gest red 1 lio.i is made iit'i t rice of the F\i t .• i.~ J a . v/akfc is dropped from $'*\>() lo $565, a deduction of $95 . A reduction of .. 6$ also is made in the Tudor Sedan which is cut from .. 580 to $520 and the proce of the Coupe is reduc nd from $520 to $500. In th eopen type cars price of tfee Touring Car from |290 to §310 and the Fan about from $260 to $200. All prices are f. 0. b. Detroit. -'"Demand for closed cars since the improved type in colors were introduced has been constantly increasing," said a statement ac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR When you clean your windows clean your lamps, too DIRT and dust on window panes keep out the daylight. In even greater 4egree, dirt and dust on your electric light Vbulbs" and shades may cut down the light as much as 25 per cent, & And replace all blackened "bulbs'" with Edison Mazda Lamps. First, because blackened lamps burn just as much current; r for the little light they give and second, because Edison Mazda Lamps give you full value in light for the current you use. EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE CO. As faithful as the sun itself To make the most of our lighting tervice, use Edison Mazda Lamps. VV'c have t'.cs. NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE IE STATE OF TEXAS. Colin f ty of Wood. By virtue of an or- der of sale issued out of the Honorable District Court of Wood County, on the 7th day of Jaunary 1926, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of The First National Bank of Mineola, Tex- as,. versus Mrs. Bessie J. Gaston and to me, as Sheriff. directed ariv! de'ivf red, 1 wiM pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 February 1926

MS THE MfNEOLA MONITOR Better larming campaign is no new thing" with us. For the past twenty years we have "'been preaching DI- VERSIFICATION;^? crops and Conser- vation of the soil. We are In hearty accord with any .movement for the good of the .Farming interests in our community, as we know tvhai is good for the farmer is gooci for the tanker as well. Terrace your land, rotate your crops, raise plenty feed and bank your money with a bank that is SAFE, DEPEND- ABLE and ACCOMMODATING. Mr. H.;T. Chappell was a business visitor to Dallas this week. Extra Special value i'i our House Dresses at $1.95 B. L. Chapell's. Born last Sunday Feb. 2lsi, ,to Mr. and Mrs. Vail Huhph- ! revs a fine baby boy. HORSE FOR SALE—Good farm animal, fo rsale cheap for cash apply ait Nuss' Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Warren spent last Sunday afternoon with frineds in Marshall. ! 311 RENT - Th rpG rnished ii.yrjit housekeeping' rooms. Mrs. Lela Vance. 2tc. See our line of popular priced piece goods. Warren's V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

11?. ■If- > * 9 The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY.MARCH i. 1926. NUMBER 2. \>r.-?rr?zzz<': ' i.iiu in—im 'atE./.-.-anwrRi - '**■ •VIST'-' VT "r. * ♦ $ In till our years of Baking we % have never made a'be Iter lea*: than Nesbitt Re-Elected Sap?:, of Schools ne School ini.!openden v rof oitt was ^ g% u—'-t iptete 8 «. 1 ?■ gfc _ ._ .. „ .*4 Iji .**: Si, K; ts« BOBS®" Y -,i "Titrli Nor is it the work of chance, but a quality ideal of— Perfection Therefore Should You not Cost « ► !| Niks' Bakery, Mineola, T exa< Pi'' re-elecfec! ■ v lident of schools for bid ;.vndeiT'; stholl cti - 'd J rul. Ad. .715 was re- pi'inpipa! of the Miaeola chooi. No other teachers 'v,- elected - that time. Prof. Nesbitt has been con- | netted with Mineola schools the past seven yet rs, and the sue ! cess of our schools, is due in a i large measure to his efforts. He | is recognized as being one of the | best s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

THE MNEOLA MONITOR "We have Never Lowered the Quality to Reduce the Price" Since 1903, when the Ford Motor Company was formed, Ford cars have been constantly improved in qual- ity, comfort, convenience and appearance. Recent improve- ments include new and at- tractive body lines — a lower center of gravity—closed cars in color, and all-steel bodies. The basic features of Ford design have been retained. Three point motor suspen- sion, planetary transmission, dual ignition system, torque tube drive, multiple disc-in- oil clutch, splash lubrication, thermo-syphon cooling sys- tem—all have been features of the Ford car for eighteen years. On the whole these features cost far more to manufacture than conven- tional design but are used be- cause of their superiority. The Ford Motor Company has carried out a program of price reduction that has con- sistently kept Ford value su- preme in the automotive in- dustry. This has been made possible by the enormity of Ford production. With lesser r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR P |i Holder's Dyeing and Cleaning Plant Opens for business Thursday morning with one of the most Modern Cleaning Plant that can be installed, every piece of machinery new with a Glover Continuous Plow System of Gasoline which insures a Pure Sweet Solv ent of Clear Gasoline circulating through your garments while in the cleaning process, after which they are dried and finished in the most modern way. As a special inducement to the trade in Mined;? ami our trade territory I am making the following uric;:? fo three days only in order to get acquainted and you see what we have and can do. MENS Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75c Overcoats Cleaned and Pressed 75c Pants Cleaned and Pressed 3oc Coats Cleaned and Pressed 40c LADIES Dresses Plain Cleaned and Pressed 75c Coats Cleaned and Pressed, Plain 75c Skirts Cleaned and Pressed, Plain 35c Coat Suits Cleaned and Pressed, Plain 75c Alterations, Repairing, Relining, in fact everything, done right, come see the plant in operat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 23 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby'Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Dr. S. H. Frazier Baccalaureate Speaker. Leon Edgar on Front Page oj Times Herald. Leon Ldgar. dres;?• ui' te a college clown with a long mus- tache, appeared with a group of seniors of S. M. U. in the Dallas Times Herald last Friday evening. The occasion was "Pickers Day" annual fun and frolic day for the seniors of S. M. U. Leon spent four years in Min eola Hi graduating with the class of 1922. He is a senior at S. M. U. and will graduate in June. Last fall, he was married to Miss Jewell Jones, also a for mer Mineola girl and an exstu- dent of M. H. S. lent team of declaimers and they 1 careless. They pay a larger divi jericans. In a ruch of prosperity iTil's meet is between Min« ol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I iimiiiiiiiiMuuiuiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiKjiiiKiHBnniiiniPiinniiiiflinwBi BIG REDUCTIONS IN CLOSED CARS <^07^ THE UN JVEXSALLC The new price schedule is effective now. FORDOR Reduced $95.00 TUDOR Reduced 60.00 COUPE Reduced 20.00 Greater output makes these reductions possible. It is the Ford policy to give customers the benefit of all possible reductions in price. Maintaining the same high quality. When You Think of FORDS, Think of— Watt's Motor Co. CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES We are glad to annuonce that Mr. Ollie Webb, first assistant to the president of the Texas & Pacific Railway System, will be with us next Sunday at the morning a-nd evening service. Mr. Webb will also speak to the Callaway Bible Class at 9:45 and invites all the men of Min eola to be present. The Woman's Missionary So ciety is observing a Week of Prayer for Home Missions. The attendance has been good and the programs both interesting and helpful. Next Monday afternoon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

WE MINEOLA MONITOR FOP D PLANS BIG a/rpla.\;; PL A] become more of a maintaince and repair slation for airplanes op-{ L\<r 01' i o; th El' COO new airpiane manutaetur- j p:,int and a new hangar hav ipacity of housing f ifte •5 a h. airplanes, forming e largest and most modern •at't developments in the , will be erected withir. xt few months at the Airport at Deerborn, Mich was made public this t thv venerai offices of r Company as n<-' completed for • 'h is to replace f the Stout all- division of the -civ destroyed by I >rd vei' ml dlcling o airplani iv rec; fire The ne-\ airplane plant, whi'-'h is to <<«?cupy part of the si. the > hcv bsu dinir. w. be t!,,,ee tim s as la rue and will hav- i flooi area of 60,000 square feet. It will lie fitted with every modern facility for the of airplanes laid ton. Several young- folks from Gol e'rating in the Ford Air Trans den visited Miss Charcie and pot. Docia Currey Sunday night. j Master Robert Davis spent HAINESYILLE NEWS ...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I When you buy John Deere implements ymu are sure of prompt repair service throughout their long life FOR TAX ASSESSOR Lasts Longer in Gritty Soil * The middlebreaker that will do good work in gritty soil and serve you for the longest time, is the one you want. We are prepared to offer you that very type of tillage tool in the John Deere-Syracuse Chilled Middlebreaker Syracuse chilled middlebreak- ers are famous for long life in - gritty soils. A genuine Syra- cuse deep-chilled middlebreak- ■ • er share will outlast two sim- ilar shares of other makes be- cause Syracuse chilled iron is the hardest metal ever used for plow or middlebreaker bottoms. We can assure you long wear from any John Deere- Syracuse middlebreaker you might buy. Come in to ou- ' store any time and let us show you the size and type for your requirements. WHITTEN HARDWARE CO. Rear riaw of bctforn showing stiiruy c-_: - s traction oi-ct w*i- jus tit-io stcei rudu z r GET QUALFTY; AND SERVICE 3r ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 March 1926

llillWllriil'iiiF V1!? 5" «> .?*K 4. i -i s u .*= su? at. s i She a % farming campaign is. for nave been p er no new twer-t oasi itliiv? VESTFICATIO.N ana v THE MtNEOLA MQNITOB Saturday and Sunday Special! One pound of Kings Royal Dips j Candy for 79c. Select Confect-j iorierv. If you want blackberry for this seasons planting st or Y\ . D. V illiams at unc< A. Bowdoin. I'CCC ii. i Th< iamsi he is after Re> t V of • it M nenas ot ur will be .-'lad t A Joe Will- >know that his officv IS XV& went >nev. LO Mi Ml The Sanitary Automatic Trap. The Other ft ''iA .him ■ ^saat tii at t- ; (. mi r. bier. U- flN crJl HlM MMODA' Cauthen, M i a ia ' B^FPl: ;1 lti'<« &ss« ill. hursda> >. Williams. Mrs ! Vlrs. Fuller Steed ite spent the day in Winnsboro. i JLi i L— otatc-( iss qi i viin ai'ie ies & as jindalge, T 2tp-2 Mrs. E. C. Fit v, ailed to Henderson i; iltend the funeral of ■st brother, Mr. R. j iiid'-y Mr. and Mrs. cf Neches visited .ivt.s here on their...

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