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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 11, 192(i. NUMBER 3. In all our years of Baking we have never made a better loaf than BAKER BOY Nor is it the work of chance, but a quality ideal of— Perfection Therefore miU y< ■BMMttMMSMGfillSng! ♦ :h O H V || ♦ ♦ I *1 ti ♦ jjMINEOU SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS IN TOWN'S GREATEST FIRE ♦ The fire demon in all of his hideous lury raj/rampant Mineola last Friday morning at 2 o'clock and for a *, seemed as though one of the most prominent busi- 111 -q „ % oio? ;s ©t the city would be sacrificed H the insatiable % o" .vafre,; of his lust The alarm turned in by the nigiu ♦ "watchr an was quickly answered by Mincola's- indomit- X ov ° 1 - and though it looK-'d to be an it Menu a) preserve <j rate! - iii'. Tmiz osan Chiropractic And "Ethics" QUES1ION—"Will you please state what importance you place on advertising in its relation to Chiropractic ?" ANSWER—People toda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

THE MBTEOLA MqjffTtB Two Per Cent Redaction In Tax Effective Now •. Z v :'?'&<■ * . ; • " ' \<f £5k\V- We Wifl Absorb immediately on all Ford Cars the Two Per Cent Redaction in Tax Which Normally Does Not Become Effec- tive Until Midnight March Twenty-Eighth. This Means That You Can Have Immedi- ate Delivery of a New Ford Car and Take Advantage of the Two Per Cent Tax Reduction, WATTS MOTOR CO Mineola, Texas Saturday Mor-vv^ 10 O'clock Extemporaneous Contest Preliminaries in debate, boys and iris. Volley Ball Boys (10 to 20). Volley Ball Girls (10 to 20.) Basket Ball: An invitation is extended to all teams in the co unty, both boys and girls, jun iors and seniors. (Note: The frames will not count points in determining county champion- ship honors.) Saturday Night, 8:30 0' clock Finals in Debate, boys and girls, high school auditorium. Announcements 1 No school can participate unless it be a paid member of the League. 2 All Literary events are scheduled for the new high sch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

3 THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' i If! i a Four Performances Two Matinees Two Nights Winnsboro, Texas Thursday and Friday, Mar. 18-19 The Greatest Showing of Seasonable Merchandise Ever Made In This Trade Territory A Co-operative Style Show Staged By The Merchants of Winnsboro Beautiful Styles-Beautiful Living Models--Good Music. Exhibition Dates, Thursday and Friday, March 18th and 19th. Style Show Being Given in Connection With Pure Food Show, Being Conducted By The Edelweiss Club, in the Armory, Over Wilcoxin Motor Co. ! You Are Cordially Invited To Attend k\ Perkins Bros. Co., Mrs. W. E. Whatley, W. C. Dodgen Co. Chas. Robinson, Mullinax Weather by, The Enterprise, T B. Turner & Son sM'3-N ■WOOD FOR HOARD NEWS TAX ASSEHS-' >•> new DRY cleaning PLANT WANTED—Young Turkey Gob bier, would like to have one about 1 year old. Write or notify 0. B. Cauthe* IfMineola, Kt. 4 2tp Am sf in city "ling- ar my pasture J|is a Registered Jer- sey Bu ' &iil- send for, breed and rf m vour cow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

J* THE MJNEOLA HONIffQB THE YELLOW JACKET Vol. 3: Mineola High School No. 23 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Manseli. j Assistant ed in chief—Abilene ! Huff. • - ^ j Social Editor—Pauline Blaiock. ; Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams I meeting wiil be at Margaret Fogan's. Volley Ball Games Cause Much Excitement. REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Elimination Contest Close Friday, March 12. All eliminations in spelling will close Friday; The students who are entering this contest have been working hard and from all nidication, there is go- ing to be a hard fight for places among the contestants. All Jan ior spellers will be asked to meet at the Ward School. It will be well to remember that the Ward School too, is mak^nj a show in the interscholast.2 contest. Among these are spelling and declamation. Declamation Contest To Be Held Tuesday. The class spirit of every grade in school has be_rt shown the past week in Volley Ball games. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR BIG REDUCTIONS IN CLOSED CARS THE UN1VERSAU CAR, The new price schedule is effective now. FORDOR Reduced $95.00 TUDOR Reduced 60.00 COUPE Reduced 20.00 CHURCHES News From The Methodists Walter L. Cannan, Pastor ANNOUNCEMENT LATE Greater output makes these reductions possible. | It is the Ford policy to give customers the benefit of 1 all possible reductions in price. Maintaining the | same high quality. When You Think of FORDS, Think of— Watt's Motor Co. k = SALINE LIONS VISIT LOCAL LIONS >At the regular Thursday noor cheon, the Mineola Lions had. among their guests J. E. Buttrill and Mr. B. Moore, President and etary of the Grand Saline organized Lions Club, gentlemen were introduc j id proved to be regular fel \ Mr. Buttrill spoke priefly | the work that had been done j Grand Saline. Other guests) re Senator Thomas G. Pollard | Tyler, Mr. Burnett Wade1! of Tyler, both of which ! ide brief talks to the Club, ier guests were Messrs. C. Wood, Dave Steed, and M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

1 THE MKJEOLA MONITOR BR AN8LEY RE1TCB DENTIST Wmu OxHi Gm Eqaipwnl LTat Mrer Ftynt's Jewelry Sit Hardware and Furniturei DID YOU KNOW THAT— a5 Inatrnmen'a. Sewtof) ^ %07 3 Trnnka, and all * _ ^.-Ajad l?snd s^ods. 6.2t n w. D. KITCHENS. Mineola Machine Shop G. C. Smith, Prop. Machine Repariring and Welding Mirseola. Texas DR. H. R. COATS Complete X-Ray Laboratory 512 Citizens Bank Building. Phone 94 Tvler, Texas WELCOME All the farnil" to the— CITY BARBER SHOP We solicit your business on re. th emerits of our servict andtreatment. WADE k BLALOCK, Pi ops. You Should SAVE Your SOLE Prepare now for wniter by *«ving Shoes for the family i ^paired and re soled. A good sole is the foundation :>r good health. 1 fix'em and fix'em right EL W. JENNINGS GOOD YOUNG MULES FOR SALE OR TRADE AT ALL TIMES WiB trade mules for Ford cars WBROWNIKC Mineola, Texas There is a scarcity in the busi ness office of high-priced men and women today; there arc many worth a thousand dollars a year, but only a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

THE BUNEOLA MONITOR More Cotton- Less labor Before the cotton-planting season is h\_re, come in and see our line of John Deere Combined Cotton and Corn Planters—the planters which put the desired amount of seed right where it will produce the biggest yield, with no waste of seed—no ground left unseeded —less labor chopping out. JOHN DEERE COMBINED COTTON AND CORN PLANTERS ^ Every one of these planters is equipped with a steel picker wheel with teeth shaped simi- lar to those of a gin saw. These teeth pick out and the lintiest, fuzziest 1, one at a time, or more, if desired. jjg Corn, sorghum, peanuts, room corn and many other seeds can be planted with the one planter. The seed plates ire the same as used in the John Deere corn planters, noted in the corn belt for ex- treme accuracy. We can furnish the style and size John Deere planter that will give you best results —one-row walking or riding, and two-row riding planters. The No. 147 has shovel openers and covtrers; the No. 149, run...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 March 1926

/ THE MINEOLA MONITOR Thousands of Dollars Worth of Merchandise Damaged by Fire and Smoke for Our Big Fire Sale C. C. MOORE TPs ni w T>e Sanitary ,,r ' Automatic t; -T\ 7 | I ■^kAji || jj |;;s v ! i/i i /. !! if Ubb||j XJ || r?^- ijii ! i H |j if 1_J- Trap The r? -a. Trap ^ '•oi-xr.. ->v- II I We are trying to please, tell j W. R. Hooper with Dewm- A Good Cleaning Plant iA our mistake it you find them port "Variety Store of White- „ Tnivn IWp, « Holder's Dyeing and Dry Clean wright, was a business visitor in I? f injv-j, phone 68. ' use it." * 1 lvr-' 1—*■ '- i^o* snri IW ( loamnir. nhMMi Mineola last week. Good Second hand top buarsry T , T,. ■ , , tin .4 1 ,7 i Ladies, attend our Big bpnn sale cheap. Whitten Hard- \ *p]]n[g '^nroaigll be-inrii C°- 'ThnrsHnv A7nrrh 11lh nf Kh ii;^ and Dry Cleaning, phoi 63. "Use It.' i-t- able to b reek. ursd o'clock, j. Wi nnsboro. ■ i <| $ •£<£ ♦<!<{ & : Tmr F \ on want blackberry root >r this seasons planting see • W. D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 March 1926

IS # The Mineoia PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 18, 1926. NUMBER 4. ♦ !n all our years of Baking we have never made a better loaf than BAKER BOY Nor is it the work of chance, but a quality ideal of— Perfection Furniss Resigns as Pastor of Baptist Church Rev. T. J. Furniss who ha* been pastor of the First Baptist Church here the past two years has tendered his resignation and will leave about April 1st- foi Wichiu Fails. Texas, where lie has been elected to the pastor- ate of one of the leading church es of that city. We regret to lose Bro. Furniss as a citizen of Mineoia, he has done a good work here and he will be missed, not only by the members of his own congregation but the en- tire citizenship of the city. Therefore Should Yoa Specify! not Cost O. • r jj Nuss Bakery, Mineoia, T exai Mineoia Gun Club | Mineoia Appreciates Opens Season Friday j Help From Neighbors The Mineoia Gun Club will open this week...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 March 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR &k)ncC Costs More to Build—Is Worth More—Yet Sells for Less If any other manufacturer endeavored to produce a car similar to the Ford according to the high standards of the Ford Motor Company, it would be impossible to offer it at any- thing like the present low Ford prices. If the Ford Motor Company would substitute ordinary de- sign for the basic Ford features. Ford cars could be produced and sold for less than the present Ford prices. Yet by so doing. Ford simplicity, durability and reliability would fall below the standard insisted upon by the Ford Motor Company. Just think! 13,000,000 model T Ford cars have been produced since 1908—almost as many automobiles as were built by ail other manufacturers combined. In 1925, almost 2,000,000 Ford cars and trucks were built and sold—and plans for 1926 call for the production of even more than 2,000,000. It was the superiority of Ford design in 1908 that established Ford leadership. It is this same Ford design, im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 March 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR m WILL START Tuesday, March 23, 9 O'Clock In Old Mallory Building C.C.MOORE MINEOLA, TEXAS Program Wood County Interscholastic League Meet SEALED PROPOSAL FOR CARRYING MAIL Sealed proposals for carrying the mail from Mineola to Tyler, Texas will be received in the of- fice of the Fourth Assistant postmaster genera!, Washington D. C. up to and including April 6. 1926. Bids for the errection of 4 section of parcel post shelves in Mineola Post Office, will be re- ceived in post office, Mineola, Texas, up to an including April 6, 1926. Information relative to this may be learned at post office. POSTMASTER. D. E. WHITE ANNOUNCES FOR CO. SUPERINTENDENT Callaway's Confectionery. "Service with a smile.' We are this week authorized to announce D. E. White as a candidate for the office of Co- unty Superintendent subject to the action of the democratic m i* mary July 24th. Mr. White is a young man of several years experience a.« teacher of rural school in the co unty and is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 March 1926

THE MHtEOLA MONITOR £• >- w * m Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 25 EDITORIAL STAFF ! d-:ver j nd Elizabeth Cailway - . •. jvv.M declaim for th? Ed in chief—Sidney Mnnsell. ■ while Harry 'Jones and Noble Assistant ed in chief-^-Abilene | Collins will represent the boys. Huff. j, :' A great meet is anticipated Social Editor—Pauline BJalock. and a large delegation of school Athletic'Editor—Clyde Williams ' 'children and parents will at- ' HE^ORTEgS Margaret Bogan. ljula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. -"Tessie Wade. lies nits of Track Meet. 7£ Grand Sa'ine 71. ]i\ .* orli defeated G vi d Sa- line in i very close Lial tragic nee5 I «: day" aftemoo... The sco c tl-joug out the meti was nip fre. <tuck. Mine<va liavn;.^ the l<st of it on the track and Grand Saline in the field. Kaiey was high point man «bringing in a' total of 19points. His work in the relay was the fea- ture of the afternoon. Taking the last lap about thirty yards behind he overcame this tre- mend...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR wr BIG REDUCTIONS IN CLOSED CARS is/VOLibH AS WORLD LANGUAGE FOR REPRESENTATIVE Lexicographer Makes Pre- diction for Future. THE UNIVERSAL CXIb 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. vou want blackberr: roots ! Walter G . Russell, candidate for this seasons planting see rm or W. D. Williams at once. H. A. Bowdoin. for District Attorney of the 7th Judicial District, spent the ' greater part of last week cam paigning in Upsher county. Our great spring selling cam , Mr_ ai!(1.Mrs. W, C. DuBose paign continues m ±uh force. A|gT)ent ]gct Sunday and Monday new line of merdund.se is now :Da]|as their son, Jfing received. See it THE ; ch „ who is a student at S. ENTERPRISE, \v mnsboro....

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

' "*>•'"* THE MINEOLA MONITOR ML ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST Wh*joa Oxida Gas EqnipuMit < ?Srs $ tr Flynt's Jewelry 86a LONE PINE NEWS ? Jware and Furniture si Instruments. Sawta* ffc-rstw Trunks, and all -:gi haed goods. 55 W. D. KITCHENS. 1 Mmeola Machine Shop 6. C. Smith, Prop. Machine Repariring and Welding: Mineola, Texias GOOD YOUNG MULES FOR SALE OR TRADE AT ALL TIMES WiS trade mules for Ford cars TQM BROWNING Muieofa, Texas SR. El COATS Complete X-Ray Laboratory 13? Citizen.* Bank Building. Phone 94 Tyler, Texas | WELCOME 1 AH the family to the— CITY BARBER SHOP | J We solicit your business on | « t& emerits of our servie< | «a£treatment. I WADE & BLALOCK, Piops. The heai:h of the community is very weli at this writing. Sunday School wasn't so wel". attended Sunday as the weather wasn't good. Mr. J. C. Park and famly of the Olive Branch community ty spent Sunday with Mr. C. 31. Curry and family. Miss Sybil and Mr. Grove r Scott took dinner Sunday with Miss Maxine ...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR S41NT PATRICK Catarrhal Deafness a often caused by an inflamed condition i the mucous lining of the Eustachian i Tube. When this tube is inflamed ycu i have a rumbling sound or Imperfect i Hearing. Unless the inflammation can | be reduced, your hearing may be de- I 3troyed forever. . HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will 30 what we claim for it— rid your system ; Df Catarrh or Deafness Caused by I Catarrh. Sold by all druggists for over 40 Years F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. i Durincr this week we celebrate the Feav, Day of a crreat saint who have played such an im- portant part in the history of the church. Let us recall some of his ' virtues and reflect upon the in fluence he had in the church. We are familiar of course.T„ n. , . . 1T • with the history of St. Patrick fnr vl tJn We rpmpmhpr how as i hov ted States for the Lastern we remember how, as a bo> District of Texas ne was seized by pirates and tajcen away from home to be sold into slavery. We remember...

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

i:!'"'.'. i>1!*!l,'!!,'l!.:!l.::'i ■ :• ?>r. ;.•* 1 THE MINEOLA MONITOR * 1 .♦!♦ w a*%A™-*' dJ—W^WW itewSfo &J%i jffenVj'a"* ~<(Hi • © <?) €> _ -• <£> o W,;.Vv ^<r>. a'i jfJPife- £*PV p V/>tf'. '•" •>*•'=* s ••-V^jj^ •V • > i'nt-j" '■' ■ *?* vn«Ar if 1 il'-'j3«5?>?:; ISf'.:;;..; *V $V **>; I ,i£^v ♦> Bros. Cash Store Are Pleased to Announce Newest That Fashion Offers ♦I* T ? T ❖ ❖ * ❖ t ❖ ❖ t T ? ? ? ? T T f T T T t Meneola Pure Food and Style Show, March 25, 26 and 27th, 1926 Many Fasinating New Spring Styles-—Flares, High Necks, Pleats, Tucks and Ruffles—Flat Crepe and Georgetts in THE MARQUET LINE Of Fashionable Ready-to> Wear THese lovely frocks will be shown for your approval on living models at the Mineola Style Show featur- ing the correct Spring wearing apparal in the newest modes and smart accessories ^ for the well dressed woman Smartly Tailored Attractive Fabrics Newer Cololrings - t tatfaaM GRAVER J BASH STORE TOE STORE...

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

-L'A iU'V ||,; ml W&i; F' r>- iv- ■fit The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCk 25, 1926. NUMBER 5. *n all our years of Baking we have never made a better loaf than BAKER BOY Nor is it the work of chance, but a quality ideal of— - 0. B, Webb Addresses jMmeola's Band Went to | Local Lions Club Longyiew Wednesday Perfection Therefore Should Yoa Specify! not Cost < > || Nuss' Bakery, Mineola, Texas. Baby Clinic Friday In Basement Baptist Church The baby clinic to be held m connection with the Miiusola Pure Food and Style Show v. ill be held Friday afternoon in the basement of the First Baptist Church, there will be no fcharge for admission to the bp by clinic and no charge will be made for examination of babies. Bring your baby to the clinic and have it examined by competent phy sicians according to the approv ed methods. MOORE'S SALE ATTRACTS MANY PEOPLE TO TOWN Mr. 0. B. W'bb, cf Nev....

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Studebaker Standard Six Coach $1195 Built like a Fine Sedan STUDEBAKER has built the same fine quality into this roomy Coach that has made Studebaker enclosed cars famous the world over; And for interior roominess and finish it rivals many far costlier sedans. In the Standard Six Coach we use north- ern ash and maple in the body construction the same as in the Big Six models. It is built of the same high-grade steels to the same precision standards—the very highest in the industry. And Studebaker gives you in the Standard Six Coach the one essential in Coach design -—roominess. There's ample room for five grown-ups. And the Standard Six Coach is the world's most powerful car of its size and weight. If you want to see something really dif- ferent in quality Coach design, at a price that is possible only because of One-Profit manufacture — see the Standard Six Coach at $1195. CYCLONE DAVIS WILL SUPPORT DAVIDSON A. W. Fulcher & Co. Studebaker Sales and Service T...

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

THE ftONEOLA MONTH* C £ 3 handy packs .ft* Q<f 4^ WRIGLEYS NEW HANDY PACK Fits hand — pocket and purse More for your money •nd the best Peppermint Chewing Sweet for any money Look for Wrigley's P. K. Handy Pack _onjr<Hir Dealer's Counter g7 fc Monitor Is Appreciated In Far Off Hawaii Pearl Harbor, Hawii, Feb. 10, 1926 Editor Monitor: Thanks tq the editor of the little old home paper, The Mon itor. -I subscribed for it in June of 1925, and every week I haw received it promptly, except a few times when the mail didn'4 make connection at San Fran- cisco, the iext boat to ride th. waves would bring two of the best little papers that ever came off the press, into por tat Hona lula, and they do not carry the stamp that an ordinary letter does and that some of the pap- ers do that some of the other boys get from different parts of the States. Let me say that your paper has improved considerably over what it was rn 1910 to r. 915, the last tha; A saw of ;t until last July. Foimer edit...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR m THE YELLOW JACKET Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 26 EDITORIAL STAFF ed Mineola Hi in Junior track. He won three firsts ajid two Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. I second places, a total of 23 Assistant ed in chief—Abilene'points thereby making him high Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams J point-man of the meet. We Are Proud Winners. Girls Debate. REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. County Meet Results. The seventh annual county Interscholastic League Meet for Wood county was held at Winns boro Friday and Saturday Kan eola Schools dismissed lor the occasion and not only .?ent con- testants for all events, but a large delegation of students, t;achers, fathers and mothers, as well as : cores of i.-^rtsied dozens and boosters, ac 'emp.'sir ifcj oar contestants. Tl v Wir.ns w/o ^Schools ar.d citiz>s>. of the town wer ehosts to the meet and all report a successful m.-«ting and roy...

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