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

THE MINEOLA SIONITOB The Sanitary Automatic Trap "Other" Trap^, PLATFORM OF HUBERT T. FAULK Candidate for Representative Wood County DUBOSE & CAGE LONE PINE NEWS The health of the community is very well at this writing. We wish to correct the mis take made in last weeks news about the play we are to have at Hh«| school house Saturday night March 27th in which we s$id to be the 20th: Everyone is invited to come. Don't forget the date, Saturday night March and Mrs. Will Shirey spent Sun day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Scott. Miss Lola and Minnie Ward low spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. TheJma Browning. Mr. Lewis Pugh spent Sun day with Mr. Albeit and Will iam Rose . Mr. Raymond and Miss Max ine Scott entertained the young folks wr„h a party Saturday. Those present reported an en Little Ruth Shirey spent Sa£|" . arci Mrs Carl Armour urday night with her cousin, , ; - V 1 j r Ti4..iJ T 6 r, 1 c ' 4.4. ai.d fair.i:.' visited reiatiw;• m Little Jean Paul Scott. l, . P . 0. .. , «...

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

THE MINBOLA MONITOR m m ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST ItSn* Oxide &as Bqnlpoaw •Bkv sver Flynt'a Jewelry St* Fassfware and Furniture 0. B. Webb Addresses r Meeting at Quitman 1said meetin ^ I 'l rn • cr>hrvr*l . . m., the same being the 10th J Mrs. _H. M. Sanders gave a ! Mr. and Mrs G E Speights w said month. The purpose of (quilting Thursday afternoon, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mesdames I Floyd and Miss Nettie Huffman To the Monitor: 1 For the purpose of formulat j iug plans for a constructive farm program, a public meeting ) was held at the court bouse in ! any I iidated for is to consolidate Those present were school desiring to be con so-: L.I. Dean, Onnie Sanders, Zu_ ligh school purposes, | Cherry, W. L. Burden and Ber and to d:s"i ts scho ;] matters, j t.ha Sanders. Distric-: trustees, tei aers and The Democrat school cb;:,:l all persons interested in the sue Friday and had a picnic on Lake cess of our .'•onools are invited. Fork. All enjoyed the dav fine J Quitman on Friday...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR LYNCH DAVIDSON OPENS CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR \ i laws of Tnu. And in this connection h« j . recalled the aphorism that "those least bow | «srned are best governed." Individual rights, I ' enterprise, Initiative and Individualism, he ! said. are hampered by too many laws, and j i moreover, they are very costly to government : ; a no the tax payer. i "I am for eliminating the excessive laws j and betterini? those remaining. thus safeguard- j NOTICE OF SCHOOL- TRUSTEE ELECTION Palestine, Texas, March 13, 1926.—The plea for "more business government and less government in business" which Lynch Davidson carried to every corner of Texas in a flivver automobile two years ago, was sounded again in a ringing address delivered by tbe former lieutenant governor at Palestine Saturday, when he formally opened his second campaign for the governorship of Texas. wtt chosen for U*. op«- j ^ of ^ ONE address ky Mr. Davidson on m- J creased over see per cent. Thess conditions, citati...

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

"" ^ ; THE M1NE0LA MONITOR ♦> ? ? ♦ <0 *& Jt. V *♦ ❖ ♦ ♦: A ♦;♦ * ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ t Y ❖ ❖ f ❖ K* rsjKw,^Ax 7w«^•"•' . /.< vi$ 4k' /. fi '4^ i i P^- ,#:.%. , ' egina Hats *H. Hollywood, Catalina and Regina Hats The Best Money Can Buy YOUR EASTER COSTUME IS NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT A PRETTY HAT Looking forward to tHis time; 1 have selected the largest showing of FINE MILLINERY Ever assembled in Mineola. Hollywood, Catalina and Regina Hats priced $7.50 to $25. Medium Priced lines from the foremost makers, $5 to $8.50. And the Best Cheap Hats Money Can Buy, Priced $2.50 and Upwards. THE CUSTOMER MUST BE PLEASED. Mrs. H. O. Rogers ❖ i ? t ? t ? t t v. ;1 I vir j ,, T\T -n n < | /-II. , - .• I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sims J. D. McNeil is he~c from r>™xrr rn <;a* Mr. and Mrs. W E. Cofer. Callaway s Confectionery. ()f Dallas t last Sunday jDallas where he has been tak;F0R RENT-50 acres out side spent this week in Ei Paso, Tex Service with a smile.' (visiting relatives in Mineola. \;-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1926. NUMBER 6. vj Tyler Host To Medica! 11 Men Last Week Pure Food and Stvle Show a Success Perfection i not Cost Therefore Should You Specify MILL SPRINGS BUSY BEE CLUB NEW POTATOES The Busy Bee Club met in regular session March 21, li 26. The house was called to order by the President, and .he minu- te.; of the previ/ i 5 meeting we e lead and apu-roved. A good program was rendered which was enjoyed by all pres- ent. There being no other business we adjourned to meet April 23, 1926 at Olive Branch Church at eight o'clock p. m. We invite everybody to come end bring someone with you. Reporter. Parent Teachers Association Due to unsettled weather con ditions the meeting of the P. T. A. was postponed until Tuesday afternoon, April 6th «J:30 o'clock. As this is a business meeting all members are urged to be present. Phone 214 Mrs. Cage, or Phoue 75 Mrs. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■r J I i r <2&r*cC When You Trade Your Car— Ford owners are continually be- But, bear these facts in mind: ing approached by automobile salesmen who wish to "accept" Fords as part payment on more expensive cars. r: i- It is logical that automobile dealers should be eager to trade with Ford owners. No other used car is so easy to sell as a used Ford—because everyone has confidence in Ford quality. And it is not expensive to re- condition, since Ford replace- ment parts are lowest in price. Most automobiles carry greater discounts to dealers than the Ford — another reason why other dealers may offer the Ford owner a larger trade-in allow- ance. The amount of the trade-in al- lowance you can get is not the most important thing for you to consider. The big thing is the difference you have to pay. And remember, that the higher priced car will not be so easy to dispose of when you come to trade it in. If you wish to trade your Ford for a new automobile, stick to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR u W, O'/iHWlf/W, lill!ltlWMllll!HIHIUJIIIIi!lllilHIIIIIH!!l!!IW!llilllll!lllllllilll!!l!!!lll!lllll!!HHHIIItll1llllllllll!!llillliWaH!Hilll!l)l!fflHHHItlUftyiiiNII!lli!Wll!l(iHP.HIIIIiflllilW!lllll!IPilll!lllllijJllh^= The place to begin cleaning is your Kitchen The place to get Mops, Brushes, Paints, Oils and Varnishes with which to do the cleaning, is— Kitchens —the—— FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mineola, Texas oldest national bank in wood county CLEAN UP When you clean up your premises don't forget that old suit can be cleaned and pressed and made to look like New for Easter Sunday at— HOLDER'S DYEING AND DRY CLEANING PLANT Phone 63—"Use It." rountree's filling station Quick Service Polite Service Cars washed by competent help on Short Notice. Try us one time then be a regular customer Watts Motor Co For Good Clean Service Ford Dealers mayor's proclamation To the Citizens of Mineola:— Whereas, the Governor of our great State has deem- ed it to the best interests of Tex...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR end. Among those expected are): Helen and Nelson Jones. Chappell DuBose, Mildred Cowan Ruth Haines and Mary Bryan. There may be others. Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 27 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams j exhibited many types of dress- es made by the sewing girls, as played posters on English, His- tory, Latin, Spanish, Mathema- tics, Chemistry, Economics, Book k eepi ng, Typewriting, ] Shorthand and Home Economics section in which Miss Charm Our Sick List. WITH THE METHODISTS W. L. CANNAN, Pastor REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Championships For County Meet Awarded . well as cake, candies, and cook- ies prepared by the girls taking foods. It is impossible for us to make mention of all the nice things exhibited, but especi o] At a meeting of the county executive committee of Inter scholastic League ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MOMTOB Trust your meter as you trust your watch YOUR electric meter is one of the finest and most accurate instruments made— as accurate, indeed, as the timepiece of ? railroad engineer. Repeated tests have shown than not one meter in a thousand shows any 'appreciable inaccuracy—and when one does it is usually the consumer who is favored, due to the slowing down of the mechanism. If electricity were measured by the pound, your meter would be as easy to understand as the scales of any reputable store. But since we have to- use electrical terms, we ask you to have faith in your meter and have faith in us. EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE CO As faithful \ ) as the sun itself / j To make the most of our lighting service, use Edison Mazda Lamps. We have them. NOTICE TO SYRPU MANU- FACTURERS, PACKERS AND DEALERS sul- 1. Syrup when packed for sale must be labled. a. A proper label consists of the name of the product, the net volume of contents, and the name and place of manufacture b....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR m ANSLEY REFTCH DENTIST ftfe*as Oxide Gnu EqnipnMSft ,?er Flynt's Jewelry SMC Hardware and Furniture x* ^j«i| Instalments. S#wt | _ ,•<> <(ovm Trarin, u>J if {leioi band goods. i i> W. H. UTCBCMt. Msseola Machine Shop & C. Smith, Prop. Machine Repariring ■ and Welding Mineola, Texas GOOD YOUNG mules FOR sale or trade at all times Wi9 trade mules for Ford cars TOM BROWNING Mineola, Texas BR. H. R. COATS i Complete X-Ray Laboratory 82 Citizens Bank Building. Phone 94 Tyler, Texas WELCOME AB the family to the — crnr barbed shop We solicit your business on on th emerits of our -orvie* amiiieatment. WADE & BLALOCK, Pt#>ps HEARN'S ^ BARBERSHOP ladies Work-Giten Speei&J Attention plates showing newest tfcmg in bobbed hair styles. Electric dryer for quick dry- irs of the hai>. after- sham. j E. Q. HEARNE, Prop. NOTICE SHERIFF S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS, Coup ty of Wood. By virtue of an order of sale j issued out of the Honorable Disj trict...

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

MINEOLA MONITOR HOARD NEWS fai ; * • --r. if. We certainly have had rain lately. Some one said this was to be the dryest year iu history, they surely missed their guess. On Sunday, March 21 there was no Sunday School at Smiths Chapel, it rained so hard could not get there. Sunday 28th we had a big crowd and all had good lessons. Mr. Louie Fulghum and farn ily of Dallas also Mr. Aaron Woody and family visited their parents, Mr. J. E. Fulghum, and Sunday, March 21st the men returned to Dallas Sunday night the women and babies staying a week. Mrs. Ben Huffman returned home Sunday 28th after visiting relatives a few days her sister, Mrs. Louie Fulghum wo.it home with her. Mr. Will Floyd and family spent Sunday with Mr. Jim Richie and family. Mr. H. M. Sanders and fam ily spent Sunday with Mr. Lon nie Sanders and family in Min eola. Mr. Yerd Hooks and famil.v of Pritchett spent Sunday with Mr. Will Hooks and family. There is to be a pie supper at Democrat Fridav, April 2, 1926. Mr. and M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 April 1926

\ THE M1NE0LA MONITOR ❖ ❖ f ❖ t V V V ❖ # Jt I We had the biggest crowd and the largest sales ever in f A ♦ % Mineola last Tuesday 1 | _ . i J % There were many, many people came to the Fire Sale that could not get in the house. X ❖ Now we still have lots of good bargains left and are going to continue the Fire Sale until % ^ y % sold out. We are going to reduce the price for next Friday and Saturday, so be here & | and get what we have and what you need at a real bargain, or someone will beat you to it £ 1 Lot Crochet Thread, 2 for .05 1 Lot Clark's ONT Tatting Thread reg. 15c .05 e Spools Thread .05 Embroidery Thread, 4 for .05 Z Spools Silk Thread for .10 Men's Summer Unions .49 Overalls — .49 Men's Kahki Pants .89 1 Lot Pretty Dress Ginghms, No-fade, yd. .09 3 Lot 20c Dark Outing .05 1 Lot Ladies $2.25 Silk Hose, not damaged $1.29 1 Lot 50c grade Satin, all colors .19 1 Lot Spring Dress Flannels, were $1.98 not soiled, per yd. .49 i Lot EZ Childrens Unions $1 grade .49 1 Lot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 April 1926

& m* s T* The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. -iK MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8. 1926. NUMBER 7. Perfection not Cost Therefore Should You Specify DOROTHY ANNE SINCLAIR | The out of town relatives who ■ I attended the funeral of little ! Docothv Anne Sinclair were: But twelve short years agojMr^j M Miller a sister of God ushered into this world a; Mrs^Sinclair and T. H. Miller beautiful baby girl, whose lov~ J nep.hew, of Tom Bean, Texas, ing parents, Mr., and Mrs. C. j Miss Myrtle Nichols of Gaines- H. Sinclair christened Dorothy | viue> ]\frs \y p Sinclair, Anne. But on April the third, mother of Mr. Sinclair of Dallas God m his all wise and unerring j Mrs. R. H. Mansf.eld and dau- way, saw fit to call Dorothy j ghter, Marjorie, Mr Shelby Anne's sweet spirit back to : Sinclair of Greenville, Mrs. E. himself, there to be a shinning jH Winfrey and daughter, Helen star to await the coming o^ 0f Greenville and Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR nrs The Mineola Monitor f Published Every Thu^ay R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice. Mineola Jhxas. as second-class mail matter UNION ADVISES LESS COTTON Planting of less cotton and more of feedstuffs was urged in a statement issued by officers of the Texas branch of the Farm Labor Union of America follow ing a meeting of the executive committee of the State or^anisa tion at the St. George Hotel here Friday. Ihe statement de jclapred that while the farmers -appreciated the interest in their v.tlfare manifested by commer —c.al and financial interests and press of the State, they felt that the larger need of the mo-' ment was an improvement iii marketing facilities and nicth cris raiJiei than the encourage mt'it of larger production. The statement follows; The State executiv- commit voting precincts of the county, namely Cartwright, Hainesvilie and New Hope (Mineola) pre- cinct . Mr. Cherry says that while he will endeavor to personal^ see every voter in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR * *>* & - '•-J* 4s, ■•-ti _J^u2nk- Best and Most Economical Manner of Telling Them" The columns of this paper is the most attractive and the most economical means you can use to place your message before the people of this community. A story, over your own name; in each issue telling about the new merchandise you have in stock, how well equipped you are to give needed service, and last, but not least, how favorably your prices compare with others, will bring business to your store. We furnish cuts and capy to aid you in getting up Attractive Advertisements. The Monitor

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Vol. 3. Mineola High Schooi No. 28 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. SchoolBoard Election. .v Lai&t Ssdftf^ay a school board election for the Mineola Inde- pendent School District was held and the following trustees were elected for the corning two years: B. L. Chappell, J. D. Harris, H., A. Bowdoin, Dick Pendleton, Sam Jones, and Mrs. R. W. McReynolds, and Mrs. Rosa P.uchanan, holdovers are the other two members of the board. English Week." The results have been more than satisfactory to the class as a whole and more especially has each pupil been benefitted individually. Among those making the hoii or roll last week were: Vivian Bruner. Lenora Cash. Wayne Clay bourn. Marion Grant. % Roy Humphreys. i| Louise Kine. "v Wilson Pritchett Gazell Rape. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR * I' r I |p i Trust your meter as you trust your watch YOUR electric meter is one of the finest and most accurate instruments made— as accurate, indeed, as the timepiece of a railroad engineer.1 Repeated tests have shown than not on£ meter in a thousand shows any appreciable inaccuracy—and when one does it is usually the consumer who is favored, due to the slowing down of,the mechanism. If electricity were measured by the pound, your meter would be as easy to understand as the scales of any reputable store. But since we have to>,yse^lectrical terms, we ask you to have faith in your meter and have faith in us. ' , EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE CO As faithful J ) as the sun itself / / To xakc the most of our lighting kkaJ service, use Edison Ma:da Lamps. We hive them. yffienftstib See Ending of Niagaras Grandeur Once more the scientists have been casting a calculating eye upon Niagara falls. In (he news headlines we are told of a situation gaining in gravity on the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR «. ANSLEY RETTCH f DENTIST as 0*W* Rm EqaipiMM T«r Flfnt'i Jewelry Itt ll&dware and Furniture J Ina^muaKw;*. Seivfnf rJsh. '• *V-tbs TrnnVs. mm! all £ .ocas* bead flTHxk. mfk ff D. KITCHENS. Maneota Machine Shop <8L C. Smith. Prop. Machine Repariring and Welding: Mineoia, Texas s I GOOD YOUNG MULES TOR SALE OR TRADE AT ALL TIMES WiS trade mules for Ford cars T6M BROWNING Mineoia, Texas I DR. H.R. COATS Complete X-Ray Laboratory €32 Citizens Bank Building. Phone 94 Tyler, Texas WELCOME AB the family to the—- CITY BARBER SHOP We solicit your business oo oa ih emerits of our servicc andfcreatment. WADE & BLALOCK, Plop*. I HEARN'S BARBER SHOP Laaties Work Given Special Attention SOye plates shoeing newest in bobbed hair styles. Electric dryer for quick dry- ing of the hair after sham- wemRg. — £ Q. HEARNE, Prop. NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS, Coun ty of Wood. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Honorable Di? trict Court of W.ood Coun...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Pergons of Short Limbs Not Hard to Classify If accidents and disease could be imlnated, it would be quite easy to Irify mankind into "long-livers"— use who will live to seventy years tad upwards—and those whose span 9f life will be in the neighborhood of tiie fifties. Medical men and scientists are to jAfreemant in stating that a long trunk abort Ilmh* are infalilbte lndica t<ona of longevity. The long trunk that the organs of the body— lung*, liver, and so on, are and folly developed, with plen- ty or room for functioning. length, too, means longer or- & investigfition has proved tie soundest heart* and lungs •lw*ya long. Under normal con- tuberculosis never attacks Dor does heart disease at- lnteresting, indications fevity are long hand* with (opt non-atumpy) fingers, and noatrils. The latter may or may accompany large noeee, but the Matril bole* must be large and al- mond shaped. "fcrato longevity" if indicated by fha portion of the ear orifices. The la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR gB-i-inprggaroa ,,;!!; :"!!5fi!!!!!m«in!!?!J!lH!!1!nf!ir' ''i'lliilliiillflillimiimifflRnHnillin! business is Good iii'iiffifflniffii Mrs. Mitt Bruce has returned 1 from Marshall where she was 1i called to the bedside of a very 1 nick daughter. Grady Cherry, t-v. tid.^ld fm | the 7'ice of District Cievk wa.« 1 a "'citor in Mineo!:: ia-t Sat ivr>y interv'- v, Intr ie vo;:.ts. i IS Thank Y ou We would be ungbaleful if we did not thank the r any friends who have contributed to our continued §«€•. jsw, .since the fire. With the loss of hut a single day, we moved right ig and if ihere has been any difference, we have more business than before. Our sen ice is not wkat it will be when we get better quarters, but we ar« earnestly striving to take car: of your every need, and again we thank you for your assistance. OUR FRIENDS have made it pleasant for us in our new quarters and we want them to know we ap- preciate it. COME TO SEE US WHEN IN TOWN We want to know you be...

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