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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

THE IviiXEOLA r Ji>Nrif>3 MILEAGE Is the big item to be consider- ed in baying Automobile Tires The tire that has a reputation for mileage and a guarantee, both of manufacturers and local dealer, is the correct choice. Federal Baloonsfand Cords Has re-sale value after 12,000 miles. Bruner Bros. Telephone 41 liiiil mill a BLOOD TRANSFUSION KNOWN TO ANCIENT* A Discription of Myself lilllliilHiil ! irl H5I1. f III (jiBilli ill r iBlilcll'ntllni nfiiliJliillli ilimUBWBMMIimHIHIl lltiWniafllffliWTnmiHl! ■f Records Shew It Was Free iiceri Centuries Ago. The siiuh-iits Lave a way c,f bobbing dp from their graves and presenting! '.be!i' claims to have originated some j supposedly modern method or inven1 tion. The comparatively new method | of introducing some drugs direetlj i Into the blood stream by injection o even the principle of blood transfu siou, for that matter, had their origiL far back, centuries before even the most advanced scientist suspected the existence of the circulat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

THE AHNE6LA MONITOR "NITROLENE KING OF MOTOR FUEL The most phenomenal motor fuel in existence is now obtainable in Mineola. Nitrolene has been subjected to the most grilling tests and has been accepted by the most eminent fuel experts as the greatest fuel known, Nitrolene does not contain any poisonous matter, will not in any way haim the most delicates motor mechanism or car buretter, and does not contain aniline dye that is causing so much trovh!e in all c lured fuels. Nitrolene will immediately eliminate carbon, makes starting easier, give any motor more pow er, lubricate the valves and pistons, and give more miles to the gallon. Where Quaker State Oils of our specifications is used it is only necessary to drain the oil from the crank-case at every 1,000 to 1,250 miles. Nitrolene and Quaker State Oils stand alone. There is no fuel or lubricant that compares with them and if you want the best you must use them. Nitrolene and Quaker State sells for about the same price as ordinary ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

YOU WILL BE PLEASED With Any Work Intrusted To Ds Our Repair Department is equipped to handle any kind of Automobile Repair Work. No matter what shape your car is in we can fix it. Honest service at a fair price is our policy W. E. LOTT & SON MINEOLA, TEXAS THE MINEOLA MONITOR DEATH CLAIMS POPULAR LADY J* An illness of sudden develop- ment and one that withstood every effort of medical science early Wednesday morning claim ed the life of Mre. Robert Tropp prominent oil scout of this city. Mrs. Tropp had been ill less than 48 hours. Peritonitis sud- denly developed. In a vain ef- fort to save her life, specialists were summoned, but were unable to stay the onslaught of the poisoning. Funeral services were held Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock in the First Baptist church, of which the deceased was a member. Rev. J. E. Kirk pastor of the church, officiated Attf&ting the popularity of th-i deceased, assembly of friends packed he cht reh to oT. A Elizabethan manor house in the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 April 1926

THE MDH30LA MONITOR Your Standing In The Community Silk to top Chifon Hose in all the new shades $1.95 at B. L. Chappell. Judge Beavers of Winnsboro i visited friends in Mineola last ' Monday. ' ' 1 Demand that you maintain a Bank Account. Not only does a substantial banking connec- tion increase your own self-respect, but it . gives every man prestige and standing a* mong his acquaintarcs and frineds. Insure vo\ir standing in this community by building a substantial banking connection. We invite such an account here. Miss Ellie Phillips and Mr. Grant Burns were Tyler visitors Sunday. Seed Peanuts for sale, $1.25 per bushel. See J- A. William son, Star Route, Mineola, Tex- as . 19-2tp Mrs. A. A. Duncan of Green Ville has retuinea to her home after a visit with Grandma Hart. ♦ ! <► Miss Glara Mae Clinton spent the week end with her mother in Lindale. Mrs. W. G. Russell* Mrs. T. H. Peterson and daughter, i * Marylyn and Mrs. J. W Cage were Tyler visitors last Thurs- day . LOST—One ...

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

V v-v cV"1 1/ The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. . **.' MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1926. NUMBER 11. Perfection not Cost Therefore Should You Specify THE PRAETORIANS HOLD GETTOGATHER MEETING w. e. McCain v W. E. McCain die# at his home in Lindale last Saturday. He was born in Lineville, Ala., in 1857, but moved to Texas in 1907 and; has lived pear here since that time. In 1881 he married Mass Martha Sheflton and to this union was bora twelve children, seven sons, W. E., J. L., V. M., and F. W., of Swan* Texas, I. G. and E, D. McCain of Mineola, H. S. Mc- Cain of Denver, Colo., and five daughters, Mrs. J. B. Bryant of Pheonix City, Ala., Mrs. F. v- Corley of Mineola, Mrs. Sam Thompson of Ft. Worth, Mrs. C. C. Hoover of Dallas. All these children survive him with the exception of one dau- ghter who died in infancy. In addition to these he is survived by his wife and two brothers, Charlie McCain of Mineola, and R. E. Mc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR f! Features Highest in Quality Maintain The quality of a motor car is largely determined by the materials out of which it is built. Take, for instance, eteels — which comprise the major portion of the materials used in automotive manufac- turing today. No automobile can have more durable or more satisfactory steels than you get in a Ford. The upholstery used in Ford closed cars contains a much larger percentage of wool than is ordinarily specified. Genuine polished plate glass is used for Ford windows and windshields. The story is the same for every item of material U6ed in Ford manufacture. It is logical that such extreme care in the selection of materials should result in a car that is without an equal when it comes to enduring service. Lowest in Price Conditions that are unique in the automotive industry make Ford prices possible. Every manufacturing operation i6 under direct control of the Ford Motor Company. Iron is taken from Ford mines in Michigan; coal fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 May 1926

THE MIHEOLA MONITOR * Y ❖ f 1 t y * ❖ f v T ♦ t T J f t y Y T Y Y Y f T ❖ t ❖ ♦ * t T Y Y T f | Y | I T t | Y T X Y ❖ t ❖ f Y ❖ ❖ f •!• Y i T f t f GUESS WHAT THE AVERAGE COOKING BILL IS IN MINEOLA BUT DONT rar Sell Us Your Old Stove for $25.00 The HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGE R95 can now be had on Easy Terms ONLY 4.16 PER MONTH FOR 24 MONTHS Why Not Everyone Enjoy The Comforts and Refinements of The Electric SELL YOUR OLD STOVE FOR 25.00 1 COOKING DEMONSTRATION May 3-4-5 By the well known Home Economist, Mrs Shockley, of St. Louis, Mo. Call and obtain her many recipes. ♦ Range TERMS 4.16 PER MONTH The Winner of the Guessing Contest will receive a beautiful and useful Hotpoint Toaster ❖ ❖ f ❖ East Texas Public Service Co. * Y f T ? t Y ❖ t Y T T Y T T t t T T ❖ t T Y Y Y Y T Y <♦ ? 1 Y f ❖ f t Y ❖ t f f Y Y Y ❖ t Y t *:♦ t :♦ y ❖ ❖ * t ❖ * ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ ♦ ♦% ! H. Moore Qt. 2. i PETIT JURORS THIRD WK ' T. 0., Kimmey. II. G. Mm ; phv, W. A. Burks, J. Y. Me Manus, J. I.. Cade, El. Bento Dan ...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR MOTHERS' DAY SPECIAL Commemorating Mother's Day, May 9th—we be- lieve the finest thing we can do for Mother is to light- en her tasks. Especially for Mother we have a brick of DELI- CIOUS M-B MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL, to save her ithe work of preparing dessert, and with every brick we are giving a Beautiful LITTLE POTTED PLANT all for 40c. MOTHER WILL APPRECIATE SUCH A GIFT |[ The Select Confectionery "It's the Taste That Tells." Piece goods, Trimmings. at feature prices. Come and see. THE ENTERPRISE, Winns- br i o. f'l!' til THE BIG STORE THE LEADING HOUSE ■ FROM TEACHER TO EX- ECUTIVE IN TWO YEARS ing. Just send the coupon print ed below. (We have *o branch schools anywhere. We lead; others fol- low.) Tyler Commercial College Tyler, Texas Name . Address Fresh Hostess Cakes, Friday and Saturday at W. D. Will- iams Co. HOME Thomas. FOR ALE Hubert in 1921 he was a country school teacher, drawing a meager " salary six or eight months out of the year, and discouraged wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MOMT0B \ m. Xhursay, claiming that he did all the work necessary in three days. Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 30 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. v Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Ten More School Days. Ten more and then the end! A sigh is heard and if closely watchtd a faint smile will be Sc'i d on the face o* the studfnts no more work, until September Every school boy and girl is counting the days the hours and almost the minutes till the time —time above all times—the time when school will be out! No this work the English students arc becoming acquainted with modern writers their works, and what they are contributing 10 literature. Interesting reports have been made on humlorists, modern drama, and novelist. Some of the humorist are H. C. Wit- wer, Irvin S. Cobb, 0. O. Mc Kaknityre, and H. I. Phillips. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR "NITROLE T 5 KING OF MOTOR FUEL The most phenomenal motor fuel in existence is now obtainable in Mineola. Nitrolene has been subjected to the most grilling tests and has been accepted by the most eminent fuel experts as the greatest fuel known. Nitrolene does not contain any poisonous matter, will not in any way harm the most delicates motor mechanism or carburetter, and does not contain aniline dye that is causing so much trovhie in all g lured fuels. Nitrolene will immediately eliminate carbon, makes starting easier, give any motor more pow er, lubricate the valves and pistons, and give more miles to the gallon. Where Quaker State Oils of our specifications is used it is only necessary to drain the oil from the crank-case at every 1,000 to 1,250 miles. Nitrolene and Quaker State Oils stand alone. There is no fuel or lubricant that compares with them and if you want the best you must use them. Nitrolene and Quaker State sells for about the same price as ordinary...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR /STORY Of O O r> You Pay No More for these Warranted In fact, you will find that USCO Bal- loons, High-Pressure Cords and Fabrics are priced lower than many unmarked, unwarranted tires of ques- tionable value on the market today. tires are famous for their ability to give long mileage. They are protected by the name, trade mark and warranty of the L'nited States Rubber Company—the world's largest rubber manufacturers and owners of the largest rubber plantation in the world. Come in and let us show you the advan- tage in price and quality of these dependable tires. For Sale By Pietists. This religious sect was also called 1 "Separists." It was a sect of the j Lutheran church which pr ferred | private to public worship. The found- [ er was- Ppencer of I.< was rnll< 'i "Ci;Hi- his disciples irt--, ,,m;l, clergymen ■ and his home la I'iotas," because there. Ordained en had no marked precedence and anyoTie was permitted to address the iiSSciiiUv. iiiiong Quak...

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR \m Consultation ill business life is as necessary as in hu- man life. .. • .4- Tour banker is a specialist ir his line. Consult him on matters of finance. Mis experience and advice is willingly at your disposal and may be able to save you many unnecessary delays in the conduct of your business. We invite you to consult us. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas FOR SALE—Edison Phonograph with 20 records at a bargain. Connel's Drug Store. T Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cofer were Dailas visitors last week- end . Mr., and Mrs. Carl Bradley of Winnsboro visited in Mine- ola this week. J ❖ ❖ A I LOCAL 1 ftiPPEMN&f v- ^ JNrtrolene is ^coming soon. HOME FOE ALE — Hubert H.. A. Burford attended the funeral of H. E. McCain in Lindale last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. G. Chappell and Mrs W. C. DuBose spent Monday in Dallas. Mrs. Elmo Brown of Dallas Thomas. I Siff!'s visaing in the city. G. N. Peart was a Dallas ^Watch forNitrolene King of j visit;,r |ast weeU. Utffcar fuel Ws'ufh for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

The Mineola PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY,MAY 13. 1926. SIXTEEN PAGES. NUMBER 12. Perfection GRANDMA SPEIGHTS MEETS TRAGIC DEATH not Cost Therefore Should You Specify FULCHER RECEIVES CAR QUITMAN COUPLE LOAD OF CHEVROLET'S MARRY IN MINEOLA A. W. Fulcher & Co., this week received atiothev car load of Chevrolet closed ears includ- ing one of the Landau Sedan's. Mr. Carroll Green and Miss Gladys White, popular young people of Quitman, were quiet her aged husband, ly married at the Methodist sons, W R. and . u j | • .* - Parsonage in this citv last Fri- tL ££ " d-v Rev. Walter L. Tufsday A'r. Fulcher sold ^th<". 7* C^.vrolet Ctgpe to Mr Turner immejj t(l| fo.P'their home "in of Corner, thy be,r>K m£de Quitman whe,.e they ° i the congratulations of a wide circle of friends.. Mrs. Hettie Peart is on the — sick list this weele., Phone 214 Mrs. Cage, or Phoue 7f> Mrs. Beckham, for good ser rr' Jttdjfe's Flo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

the mineola monftof . ** MS Cc*iulo&ue Tells of 1^-S' Many Plant Diseases The song writer who pictured the rose In a care-free life under cloud- less skies and its freedom from work while it kisses the passing breeze evidently was unfamiliar with the existence of plant diseases. There Is many a "worry" in the "life of a rose" from the time the tiny seed ger- minates in the warm, moist earth until the opening of the bud under the snnny 6ky, according to the patholo- gists of the United States Department of Agriculture. Thirty-nine different "worries" of the rose have been listed by these pathologists in a catalogue of the diseases which affect economic and ornamental plants in the United States. To one unfamiliar with the extent of ilsease among plants the 100-page cat- alogue in which the specific troubles of €fery important plant are listed would Mem to Indicate that no plant's life Is a bed of roses—they all have their troubles and many of them The wheat crop Is afflicted with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

TBHK MttJEOLA MONITOR i 4 Bp * m i To Those Who Judge Quality by Price The quality of Ford cars cannot be judged by the prices at which they are sold—because Ford prices are made possible by condi- tions that are absolutely unique in the automotive industry. From mine to market the Ford car is the work of a single or- ganization. The Company owns and operates the mines and forests that furnish the raw materials for its products. This material is carried over Ford transportation routes, fabricated in Ford mills, manufactured in Ford plants—and the finished product is sold to the public through Ford dealers. The following statement, previously made in an advertising message, is repeated because of its significance to the public: "if any other manufacturer endeavored to produce a car similar to the Ford, according to the high stand- ards of quality in material and tcorkmanship used by i the Ford Motor Company and with the same tried and proved design, it would be impossible to offer it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 'HART SCHAFFNER! AND MARX j HAND TAILORED CLOTHES FOR MEN | WHO KNOW. FOR THE COMING WEEK WE WILL MAKE CUT PRICES IN OUR CLOTH- ING DEPARTMENT. AT YOUR STORE ♦♦♦♦ F. E. ADAMS ' * • MINEOLA, TEXAS : «(*, 7 We extend you heartiest greetings and best Wishes on your fiftieth birthday and express the hope that you will be able to celebrate your hun- ]> dreth birthday in Mineola. An invitation is extended to the people of this trade territory to visit our store while in town. Our line of dry goods and notions is complete and we invite your inspection. E. D. SCOTT Would Pick Up Roses < in Life's Early Days There is u great deal of head-wag- • ging !he.se (Jays about the extrava- gance of tlic modern young folks. Tliey are living beyond their means. They arc mortgaging tlie future by buying on installtnents. They are laying up I a lot of trouble for themselves in tlu> . dark days to come. Undoubtedly part of this talk is sound. There will some day be a pe i riod...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Vo!. 3. Mineola High School No. 32 EDITORIAL STAFF some iva! as well as instructive ento.tainment at assembly Ti.«*s day in a debate on the radio Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene question. Huff. • ! The question was: Resolved Social Editor—Pauline Blalocki that a radio should be ir.siailed Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams i, in high school. The affirmative REPORTERS was championed by Monteyne j Phillips and W avi'e C^avb >uin, , gPa^g Tile limbs and roots furnish Spaniards Pui Olive Tree to Many Uses Centuries of experimentation have taught Spaimu'i'- !:ow to utilize to ihe fun that wonderful plant, the olive tree. Its cultivatiofi is among the most remunerative branches of agri- culture in the peninsula. It would be a mistake to think that only oil comes from the olive tree. Indeed nothing is wasted. A small percentage of the fruit is pickled is: brine; the greater part is crushed for oil. The coarser oil serves for soap making and as c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR (8TU DY PUEBLO PAGAN ANNALS Seek Light on Early Francis- can Martyrs. Santa Fe. N. M.—Brothers of the Pranriscan order of the Roman Cat It- alic church in the Southwest are pre- ■Wfag the traditions of their or- 'gmilratlon which aro«.o from the mar- 'tyrdom of priests who passed cen- torfes fn the conversion of the l'uoblo Indians from their pagan beliefs to : Christianity. • Mncfi research work is being done ;by schofars to bring to tight the facts of !iw spiritual cor quest of the l'uob los, wfrfch they believe to be one of tfco asost colorful pages of the history oT Che Americas. ffether Theodocius Meyer, after :«a«rfderaWe study in the archives of jtfee mission Santa Barbara, Cal.. ; has compiled a list of 51 members of fee erder wbo g^vp their lives tn ttie period from 1542 to l<> 6. Tke result of this search contrasts the religious brothers with the prourt ewKjoistetfor. the one for the prize af myjrtfon! gold and gems, the other ifar the prize of hu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MiNEOLA MONITOR ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ GO TO CHURCH THE METHODIST CHURCH INVITES YOU Sunday School at 9:45, W. D. Williams, Supt. Subject for 11 o'clock hour, "The Home." Evening hour, "Christian Education." Come and Worship with us. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ONCE RESIDENCE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BRITISH LAW HITS "ELDEST SONf res Radical Change in Order of Heirship. ■.The reign of the eldest son as sole to the family mansion and estate Great Britain is at an end. Since file first day of January a new law ha? availed which will hereafter compel Urn to share his heritage not only with ; his brothers but with his sisters. Thus has the term "son and heir" lost much Of the significance with which it has ^been invested not less in real life than In fiction. It is a most radical change, because for centuries the general cus- tom in England has been that, upon an intestacy, the eldest son shall suc- ceed to his father's "real" property— that is to say, his freehold lands and i ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR DN FlYNTS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY Fifty years of honest merchandising; keeping step with the progress of the com- munity; lending financial and moral sup- port to every movement for the good of the town—building and holding good will. f A record of achievement rarely equalled never surpassed. The Officers and Directors of this Bank extend congratulations and pledge their support to many more years of SUC- CESSFUL usefulness. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas • FOU SALE—Edison Phonograph I with 20 records at a bargain. ! Connel's Druar Store. I still w&nt Pine and Oik Ties • lid i.-.t* of them. Pav off the •ay y-u bring them in. VY. Z. Ena!. ?h. Charlie Blalock came in from Commerce to spend Mothers' Day at home. Rev W. A. Richardson left Wednesday for Dallas to attend the Christian Convention Mr. and .Mrs. Clyde Burns of Commerce spent last wcelv end with Mrs. Burns' parents in this citv . Taylor Greer spent Monday and Tuesday in Houston attend in<* the state...

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