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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

Wi- ikr'i The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1926. NUMBER 8. Perfection not Cost Therefore Should You Specify EAST TEXAS FUNERAL DIRECTORS MEETING IN MINEOLA PROF. ADAMS HONORED BY FELLOW TEACHERS Thru the skillful efforts of our townsman, W. C. DuBose, Chairman of the East Texas District of the Funeral Directors the members of this organisa- tion will assemble in Mineola Friday April 17. Among the officials who will be in atten- danc are: Colby"Smith, 1st Vice Pres. National Funeral Associa tion of Dallas, Tom Wright. Sec State Board of Embalmers, "Temple, Texas, J. IT. Shelburg Sec. Texas Funeral Diretors As- sociation, Ft. Worth, Ei KrPver 1st Vice Pres. Texas Funeral Diretors Association of Ennis, Texas. The business session will be held in the Lions Club room from 1:30 <to 3:30. Entertain- ment, short talks, and a ban- quet will follow. We are glad to have these people with us a...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Ciil ✓ iio L/h ought Kiss to Britain Forgotte: It is odd, when you come to thinl of it, that even the name of the Intro fucer of kissing to the British isle> Mould have been forgotten by all but It few bearded old scholarn, says Bas iett Dlgby In the London News. 9f course she was a woman, but no gt&tue commemorates her, though even t£e unpleasant Boadioea, who romped tEfoUgh the enemy lines In a charlet Vjfth scythes fixed to the axle, has her QHlfy metallic perpetuation in that jnoal of discarded tram tickets on the Thames embankment outside Scotland Yard—surely an appropriate locale. Wjien the Piccadilly cupld is re- i should like to see set tip as 0S Vis-a-vis across the Circus a gran- itic presentation of the lovely and en Surprising Princess Rowena, daughter pi King Hen gist of Friesland, who fare that red-blooded and hairy, but socially gauche, King Vortigern of the £Hcient Britons, the first kiss ever brought to this country. Kissing seems to have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR J More Cotton- Less Labor Before the cotton-planting season is b.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 drop the lintiest, fuzziest seed, one at a time, or more, if desired. Corn, sorghum, peanuts, broom corn and many other seeds can be planted with the one planter. The seed plates are the same as used in the John Deere corn planters, noted in the corn belt for ex- treme accurac}*. 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 coverers; the No. 149...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR "WATTo MOTOR COMPANY TO BE IN NEW HOME SOON The Southwestern Bc'il Tele phone Company is this week moving their wires and poles neai' ti e lot where Wafts Motor ( ompanv wili make theii home. This is ben-j.' done so t'.ere will be no int tore* cc \vl:< n the b'+aa] co'istruet'o j oi th-- build ing is under way. M. Watts informs us that the work will be begun and completed ,iist as rapildy as possible. He hopes to be ready to move in about sixty to ninety days. EXPOSES WILES OF FAKE STOCK SALESMEN AND ! lilililil nSESSf Latest Methods of Confidence Men Described by American Bankers Association Official — Declares That Shrewder Schemes Than Ever Before Are Taking Peoples' Savings. In the District Court of the Uni ted States for the Eastern District of Texas By W. R. MOREHOUSE, Public Relations Commission, American Bankers Association. Discharge Notice in Bankruptcy In the Matter of J. R. O'Brien Bankrupt No. 2572, In Bank- ruptcy . Notice is given that J. R. O'B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

TFIE MI NEC) LA ii J OB ft- r K THE UNIVERSAL CAR, A car you can look up to with pride of ownership plenty of speed quick getaway well built | low upkeep Phone No. 1, for demonstration of Improved New Model. NEW FIRE SIREN MINEOLA BOYS FOR MINEOLA JOIN NAYt In the recent fire in the busi ness section, Mineola lost tin large siren. Fire chief DuBose immediately purchased a bisrgei and better siren and the rneohsn ics have bcfen busy enstallin.e |same this week. This sire in located on the Telephone build ing, and one of the better fea- i tures it has is that the alarm can be turned in from the down town | district, not having to dtfpend ; entirely on Central. This is os:k ; of the latest improvements of sirens of this kin and is perfect, j in every particular. Pete Wilcox and Earl Pe:;Sk left Wednesday for Dahas a::d •will go from there 10 S, : Fra 'scisco, Cai., where the have enlisted for sei*vic-e in the Unit ed States Navy. The bo,; s wiD first be given training in the mechanical...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

THE MfNEOLA MONITOH cti BULL'S EYE J>+or and Manager WfLl 33GEIEIS Another ButT" Otirham ad ▼ertisemer b Will Rogers, ZiegfelJ Fi'llns and screen. Star, and !~ading American humorist. More cominK* Watch for them- Congress No, 2 Statistics have proven that only '-half of one per cent of the ^eeches made in Congress are lis- tened to. A great many Congress- men speak IN, but not TO. Con- gress, But every speech is published in the record. They send the rec- ords back home to show "What tittT told 'em up thee in Washing- ton." Now the people back home Congress heard their "Lem" *0 Jem this. Now, here is my scheme to stop speech making. A Bill reading as follows: "Congressional Record soust not only contain speech, but ansnber of members, and names ifito listened to speech, and why." For instance: "Congressman Post Hole arose to a point of informa- tion and spoke at length on, 'Is Locarno a town, or is it a Treaty?' length of .speech, without waiting for applause, four hours, thirty-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

the mi:-;:oi.a monitor MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD GULF COAST LINES INTERNATIONAL-GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD The Contribution of the Rail roads to the Prosperity of the Nation PROSPERITY is intangible but every citizen knows when the Nation enjoys it uv.d every individual is affccted when there is a lack of it. The United States is enjoying prosperity today, despite the fact that some people from time to time, Seem to think and publicly express opinions to the contrary. There is an infallible method of measuring prosperity. That is the volume of revenue traffic handled by the railroad?. When traffic is moving in record breaking volume it means that industry is busily engaged in production; the railroads are busily engaged in the transportation of that production; and the so-called ultimate consuming market is absorbing the production. It if. interesting to note that for the first 10 weeks of 1926 revenue car loadings totaled 9,073,140 ?s compared with 9,012,040 in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR aHBBRsssstNaa Business is Good Thank You We would be ungrateful if we did not thank the Hjr/my friends who have contributed to our continued fcxress, since the fire. *Vith the loss of but a single day, we moved right and if there has been any difference, we have It kad more business than before. Our service is not what it will be when we get better quarters, but we fjre earnestly striving to take care of your every need, Kid again we thank you for your assistance. OUR FRIENDS have made it pleasant for us in oar new quarters and we want them to know we ap- preciate it. COME TO SEE US WHEN IN TOWN We want to know you better. SAFE, DEPENDABLE & ACCOMMODATING THREE Furnished rooms for | irent after May 1st. Most con- ! j veniences. Mrs D. S. Beck 2tp BLOOD TRANSFUSION KNOWN TO ANCIENT* 11 Coveralls and rompers for 11 children, overalls for men and 1 i boys, at Warren's Variety Store Records Show It Was Prac ticed Centuries Ago. We have just received a new lot of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1926. NUMBER 9. BANQUET GIVEN AT WINNSBORO BY WOOD COUNTY DOCTORS Perfection Pledging their moral support to the courts, nearly five hundr ed prominent citizens from ten East Texas counties, at a ban quet given at Winnsboro Friday iiiglit by licensed doctors stood up almost unanimously and vot ed their indorsement of the med ical practice act and approved the systematic help the law those who hold themselves out to practice the art of healing to show their qualifications as they now are determined, by a legally constituted Examining Board of high standards. Men of honesty and integrity, train ed in the Science of Medicine have advcoatei and are advocat- ing those st* dards and such abiding doctors are giving to thp i standard should have the force not Cost Therefore Should You Specify A. W. Birdwell to Deliver i GRAND SALINE BOOST Commencement Address ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

THE 1HNS0LA MONITOR BANQUET AT WiNNSBORO Continued from page one.) mysterious. To this end you are working by officially discard- ing the old idea that it is un- ethical for docc?is to in any sense advertise. This, as I understand it does not permit personal advertise- ments, customary to Charlatan- ism and repugnant to self res pecting individuals such as laudatory personal advertiseing and fake cure-all promises, but if every County Medical Asso- ciation in Texas would consis- tently advertise in the layman's language, not technical language the cause, symptoms and effects ,of oommoner diseases, the pre- vention, if it can be prevented or the cure when necessary if cur- able the public and the profession would greatly benefit. Advertise the anatomical construction ol the human body and its func- tions. from childbirth to old age and tel the people what the symptoms are when various parts of the human machinery begin to get out of running ol- der. Let the people undrstand that when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR * I JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF NEW Chevrolet Cars and Trucks We are in position to make imme- diate delivery. cash, ems or trade See us if you are in the market for ♦ a new car. A. W. Fulcher & Co Studebaker and Chevrolet Dealers BUSY BEE PROGRAM WHAT IS BACK OF THE MAN WRO WINS? The young person who WINS is the one who has a thorough business training. It maters not what vocation you choose, the real foundation and secret of your success will be based upon a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of business. A High School training is good—in fact it means. But what can you do that will en- able you to earn a, salary? To earn a salary? To get a good po- sition, you must go farther. If you go tothe University, you must spend from four to six years more in school. That is expensive. It will cost from one thousand to fifteen hundred dollars each year. The average young man or woman does -not Women: Less Work- Less Food Cost At the same time, more ap- petizing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONlT*.K <sfoncC> Highest in Quality Lowest in Price The finest steels available are used In the manufacture of Ford cars. The plate glass for windshields and windows is as perfect as can b e made. Upholstery material contains a larger percentage of wool than is ordinarily specified—evenformuch higher priced cars. The basic fea- tures of Ford design have never been improved upon by any manufacturer. No other car offers greater de- pendability. The Ford car has won the favor of millions of users under every conceivable motoring condition. Its convenience is known and appreciated the world over; its performance is taken for granted. Such quality is possible at Ford Srices because every operation, om mining of ore to final as- sembly, is under direct control of the Ford Motor Company. Iron is taken from Ford mines in Michigan; coal from the Company's mines in Kentucky and West Vir- ginia. Glass comes from Ford gluss plants; wood from the Ford timber tracts in the Nort...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

THE MINE OLA MONITOR ENGLISH BUYS NEW CHEVROLET TRUCK BIG GOOSE EGG The A. W: Fulcher & Com- pany, Chevrolet dealers in Min- eola, this week delivered to Mr. J„ H. Engjish, local distribu tor for "That Good Gulf Gaso- '^line" a new Chevrolet truck built especially for handling gasoline. The truck has a tank capacity of 350 gallons, and a 100 gallon can capacity, a total of 450 gallons. Body for the trnck was built by the Ameri- can Body Co. W. H. Griffin (colored), Rt. 4, Mineola, this week brought to The Monitor office a goose egg that is something out of the ordinary for size, it measnr es lOVo inches around the end and 7Yz inches around the mid- dle of the egg, it is the product of a goose of the Tulu variety. TO MY FRIENDS FOR SALE—Seed Peas all kind see me at.. Mineola Grist Mill Behind The Monitor. Only One. A little girl had a twin brother and sister. Now, she was iised to the cat having kittens ami only one of the kitten family being kept. So when her father brought the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

f THE MINEOLA MONITOR SUN FROST CIhk varnish is i sstedfor yo&atherwear RAIN OfSA ROOF exposed to the mercies of the weather for a year, Devoe Aquaspar Vaimish proved its resistance io ifsc effects of water, cold asn&lieat. Sc7*jched, frosted, drenched *ri?K rain, it did not turn ■«&?fe,blisterv check,or crack. Axf&aspar Varnish is made to stand severe usage — on boats, inside and outside the home, wherever wood sur- faces are imperilled by water, heat, or cold. Quick drying and easily applied. Aquaspar is guaranteed to give satisfaction when used according to directions. Practical Tests Prove Devoe Quality. ■ Ruby Bowlings. Mr. Irvin Wisenbaker made ' a business trip to Mr_ lyack- j wells Sunday. j Several from Concord attend | ed the singing at Quitmaji Sun j day. j Miss Clytie Riddle spent Mon i day night with Miss Mable Reich. Mr. Lon Chreitzburg and Miss Lois Blackwell attended singing at Quitman Sunday afternoon. | Mr. Billie Ziegler and family I attended the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

MLNELOLA IMJBMTfW The Studebaker Standard Six Sport-Roadster $1295 freight and 'tear tax extra 11TH MASONIC DISTRICT MEETING AT QUITMAN FRIDAY, APRIL 23RD: m- , + Studebaker's Roadster Triumph! THE world's most powerful roadster of its size and weight. Trim and colorful as a roadster should be, its appearance will win you at first sight. In finish and equipment, the Standard Six Roadster reveals advantages that can come to you only through One-Profit manufacture. Such quality is obtainable in no other car within hundreds of its price. Low, sweeping body lines, blue leather upholstery, nickel- plated windshield with plate glass wings, two-tone lacquer body finish in rich Bola Blue and Chapa blue. There's everything in the way of equipment — nickel-plated bumpers, front and rear; automatic windshield cleaner; spare tire, tube and cover; gasoline gauge on dash; etc. Not a thing to buy—ready for the road as it stands, at this remarkably low One-Profit price, $1295. Fifteen minutes behin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Your Standing In The Community Demand that you maintain a Eank Account. Not only does a substantial banking connec- .tior increase your own self-respect, but it gives every man prestige and standing a mom? his acquaintancs and frineds. Insure your standing in this community by building a substantial banking connection. We invite such an account here. SAFE, DEPENDABLE & ACCOMMODATING MINEOLA STATE BANK Complete Optical parlor at •vnt's. E. A. Tharp spent Saturday in Hawkins. 1 Another Miricle—Nitrolene. C. F. York was a Dallas v.-sitor Monday. Watch for Nitrolene King of Motor fuel.. FOR SALE—Several nice resi dence lots. See Woods & Rogers Mrs_ J. D. Harris was a Dal las visitor this week. J. C. Shields of Hainesville visited in Mineola Sunday. 1 VOCAL. | Miss Nora Lee Majors of Dal las visited relatives and friends here this week. Boy's and Men's blue overalls and kahki pants 79c to $1.-50. Warren's Variety Store. Mr. John Wood is spending several days i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

The Mineola PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. < MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1926. NUMBER 10. — Perfection j not Cost Therefore Should You Specify TOM HOT LAW AY GETS TWO SKETCHES IN COLLEGE HUMOR GOVERNMENT IS SUPERVISOR FOR ANNAPOLIS FILM Secretary of NaVv Wilbur Ap- points Advisdr for "The Midshimnan" r iu i ; V fctSi: t?V Ramon Novar|o, The Star Taken Within Academy Walls With Marines' Appearing as Atmosphere £— The first authentic, authoriz- ed photoplay depicting the U. -S. Naval Academy at' Annapo- lis is "The Midshipman," _pro" iluced by the Metro-tStfldwyn- Mayer under the supervision of the Navy Department, which is coming to the Select Theatre on Monday and Tuesday r, tin order lhat "The Midship <rwua," ba 2\C don Car. Wilson's might be faith'iu1 it pre sta'jvon o<* the Am.rioim nau tical- i-ollesre, Secretary of the Navy Wilbur appointed Admir- •a al Shoemaker, Rear Admiral "Fulton, and members of their •official...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

THE AHNEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor t~r Refcrmst'on. Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Minecla I«xas> as second-class mail matter ' sleep iiiurk on !1;«* hear; ef its ewnei j doesn't it y<< m •' he wunhl let np i I.iit few of us have anything to bra, j of in tlmr Our fouls are scarry ! Limn end t> end with the marks of on i pennrionsr.ess. Shame on us! Let' tr. fhc Days of Beaver Hats. In the olden days in the United States sonn after the Revolutionary ;var. a tjooil beaver hat became a kind of family heirloom, and was handed down from father to son. For some strange reason it was considered OUR IDEAL ,uit it 1—Kx< •n^e. To Prevent Fire. Paint paper lamp shades with solu- tion of alum They will not catch Ore so easily. «= ■ ' • t j - ' Delaware a 7ide(y) State. John Randolph once described Dela- ware as "a state havine four counties at low tide and three at high tide." Some Pitchers Do Swear. "They learned by watching Uhle whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

THE MINE OLA MONITOR m \ la ¥ ❖ t t ? ? ? V T * ❖ i ❖ t t V f * * ❖ ❖ ❖ t V ❖ V ❖ ❖ ♦♦♦ * ❖ f ❖ > ❖ ❖ t Y ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦> ❖ ❖ v ♦i* ♦ ♦t-9 GUESS WHAT THE AVERAGE COOKING BILL IS IN MINEOLA BUT DONT GUESS OVER $5 Sell Us Your Old Stove for $25.00 1 The HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGE R95 can now be had on Easy Terms ONLY 4.16 PER MONTH EOR 24 MONTHS Why Not Everyone Enjoy The Comforts and Refinements of npi WIJ © the Ulectric iVa-sty o T RATION | By the well known Home Economist, Mrs I | Shockiey, of St Louis, Mo. | ^ * | Call and obtain her many recipes. | Range TERMS 4.10 PER MONTH ? T T f f $ f T Y Y f T ? f T f Y Y ❖ t ❖ t Y ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ f ❖ ❖ "f y T ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ i* %♦* ❖ 5?« ;♦ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * V ❖ ❖ •A Mr. R. M. Kelly, president and j elected three Vice Presidents, and a Treasurer, adopted a Con- stitution and By-Laws, and transacted other business nec- essary to get the Chamber in full operation at the earliest date ! possible. The committee of nom | ination of Manager was not ! r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET Sara, Bruce, Louise Tharp Duncan, wore Cloia Ruinols, 0s telle Sidney Mansell, Cleo Iiuth Hand, Imogene and Olive Ward. unc ror r^amma. bmart Holmes ■r>- h' the r World Owes Much to May i7 is nt.; , Bananas. jV.iilld birih. doctor scourg T! Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 30 Spanish Extra Work. EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams r REPORTEBS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kjpkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade* "Bretheren, I count not my- self to be apprehended; but this j one thing I do, forgetting those j things which are behind, and j reaching forth unto those things j which are before. 'T press toward the mark i for th^ prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." The second year Spanish class i is now engaged in study news- J papers. The name of the paper is "El Eco." The second year students are the only ones able to r...

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