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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

The Mineola /VI o ill tor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 13. 1926. SECOND SECTION. NUMBER 12. NOTICE AND CALL To the Pastors and Entire Mem bership of the Churches of Harmony Baptist Association After months of prayerful labor; on the recommendation of its duly ellected committee; your Board elected Bro. O. G. Matthews as Missionary for the Association to begin work June 1. and continue till the Associa- tion meets in October; and as chairman of a committ elected ')y the Board I take this method of calling on each of you. both individually and collectively, to aid your committee in assisting Bro. Matthews to plan, arrange and carry out a successful mo- Jgiam to the glory of God and I good of humanity. ! Bro. Mathews comes to us ;highly recommended as ? strong j Bible Evangelist of exceilcnt jqualifications and experiences, and as the revival season is drawing nigh, if you wish to use 'ministerial help or if ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR DibiiuO COURT JURORS 'PETIT JURORS, SECOND WK. jPETIT JURORS, FOURTH WK. W. H. Keiley, Winnsboro, J. j W• ^• Parrish, II. W. Tin The following is a list of grand and petit inters a? drawn by the.- Jury Co •.ini!ooi( ne;'o for the May term of District Court to be held in Quitman, Texas be- ginning Monday, May 17th. GRAND JURORS Clovis Humphreys, Quitman, Dud Armstrong, Alba, J. B. Howell, Winnsboro, H. M. Dono hoe. Crow, C. A. Peacock, Hawkins, N. E. Richards, Peach, Texas, Rt. 2, Albert Slay ton, Mineola, Rt. 3, Jim Coker, Yantis, Charlie Greer, Mineola Dink Kennemer, Como, Rt. 1, A, W. Flournoy, Mineola, Rt. 1, WaJter Cassell, "Winnsboro, Rt. 6, John Chrietzberg, Golden B. A. Dcdgen, Winnsboro, F. E.. Shamburger, Quitman, Rt. 5, W. A. Moseley, Quitman, Rt 2. PETIT JURORS, FTRST WEEK O. M. Childress Mineola, 3 P. H. Bogan, Mineola, J. H. Carlile, Big Sandy, I. N. Een- eau, Golden, R. E. Minnick, Crow, J. F. Coston, Winnsboro, Rt. 6, C. H. Pennington, Alba, J. H. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR EYE Editor and General Manager WILL ROGERS ' ( Another "But!" Durham ?d- vertisement bv Will Rogers f-ld Follies and screen star, leading American hum ori coming. Watch for ers.Zies; jj star, ariJ IS it. More JJ them. The BULL'S EVE is a publica- tion that goes to print. When docs it go to print? It goes to print: vhen ever hhere is something to pvhi!:. A lot of papers, in fact to be exact, all of them, have a certain time to be issued, regardless of the news, ir nothing has happened that day or that week they have to come out just the same. They want you to pay for them whether they are any- good to you or not. Why should a paper be printed if there is noth- ing new to print ? Sing Sing don't electrocute man at a certain hour every day. Tkey wait until they get a good man and then electrocute him They don't have a set time or custom, and that is the way the BULL'S EYE is operated. \Y e don't go t:. press at ten o'clock tonight just he- Cause we went to press at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

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

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 4 5 'NITROLENE' KING OF MOTOR FUEL jit L The most phenomenal motor fuel in existence is now obtainable in Mineola. NmUne 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 troi'bie in all Ct 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 o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

r Till; JHNEOLA MONITOR >♦:♦♦*♦♦ should by legislative consent or V 1 otherwise be monopolized by big i 'syndicates' or 'trusts'. li ♦*♦ : ' looted governor, I shall V •:< AN ORGANIZATION MOST BE WORTHY TO HOLD THE POBLIC CONFIDENCE HALE A CENTURY George F. Flynt, founder of Flynt's Jewelry Store has enjoyed the pub- lic confidence throughout the fifty years of his business career. In extending this good firm our sin- cere congratulations, it is our hope that fifty years hence, the store of Flynt's will enjoy the same confi- dence of Mineola and community as they now enjoy. * ❖ urge the repeal of this law and a law substituted for it that will by legislative conrol preven 'wrong iioing' £s Thomas Jefferson so j ably counseled. w , Phis is only one of the big V ; questions which I ara going to ♦♦♦ j lay before the people of Texas I but it is big enough to keep the A i i. resent administration explain- ►♦♦jing from jiow until e.ecticn day j sr.(i I am determined to keep it X i i...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR .m Just Received Another carload of— Chevrolet Cars Come in and let us show you the most economic- al car the vvcJld has ever known. A. W. FULCKER & COMPANY Studebaker and Chevrolet Dealers :<!iiiiiiui!iiii!i!i!i!!i!iiiU2<iiii ui]ii;!!iiiin!iiiH;Hii!!iiii!!h-iiii!>i!inninnuiunimnm iiinre{nm mm Congratulations We join with other friends in extending con- gratulations and best wishes to Flynt's on their 50th Anniversary. They excel in their line, we excel in ours. For a new top or repainting and finishing job on your old car, we invite you to come to us. Our work is guaranteed to be strictlv first-class. Frank Rholes Shoe Repairing: MISSOURI TOWN BANISHES CRIME Village Has No Courts, Taxes or Government. St Louis.—A town without crime, < which there are no courts, no taxes, -'6nd no government, Is being operated •at the foothills of the Ozark moun- tains, in Missouri, hy Charles L. Del- bridge, a St. Louis book publisher. yTh« town is named Delbridg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

# *"• * The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. i ? * VTL-'ILXSK*- V' K Zttkr&J&rvssm?-! ' ^-7*sr^ 53rHWFFTa.y*nR: ■ * w <• «> ♦<* Perfection not Cost Therefore Should You Specify METHODISTS WILL NOT MRS. GATTI WINS PRIZE HAVE SERVICES SUN. AT 11 IN MAGAZINE CONTEST On account of the baccalau- reate sermon to be preached at the Baptist Church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, by S. H. Frazier there will be no service at the Mehodist church at that hour.. The Epworth League will meet at 7 o'clock as usual and the regular preaching service at 8 o'clock. <■ A letter to The Monitor from : "Liberty" magazine, state that i Mrs. Gatti is one oij he winners ; in their contest. Part of th let- ter is as follows: "It may inter- I est you to know that some of i the prize winners in Liberty's $25,000 Presidents Game will be announced in the May 22nd issue, including a resident of jyuorcity, Mrs. Elizabeth Gatti." BOYD FOR rniTNTV CI ER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Program 3$x Soctnra fff lUmift (Emtttiy Hfflins a. in. at £umb (klub Friday, May 21,1926. Appendicitis Dr. Joe Becton, Greenville, Texas 7 ^rtue of. Radiography in Kidney Diagnosis Paul W. Matthews, Dallas, Texas Jigitails in Heart Disease and Sudden Death. lallas, Texas. ClassificatioW^^HH^^HB^fiLa^ Regard tP Dr. G. D. Mahol Summer Diarrhoes in Earl Dr. H. Leslie Moore, Dallas, Doctors of Mineola will entertain Doctors at luncheon at Lions Club, at 12:30 p. m. faith—Ila Hasten. Time past and future—Mrs. Vera Hall. Blessed results to us—Bertha Anders. Conclusion — Versanov Mc- Dougald. Mrs. Lillie Lanier. m- m golden news id What a grasp the mind wo could always hold f iast week . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mor- gan are the proud parents of a fine baby boy. Mrs. Amie Stagncr visited Mrs. W. T. Russell last Ihius day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Reba TurbevilU- visited relatives in Dallas eo. HOARD NEWS The health of the community does very well, with the excep- tion of Mr. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Farewell Senior Edition THE YELLOW JACKET Vol 3. Mineola High School No. 33 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Manseli. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. ■-* &3M Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams <4 i REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby'Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. EDITORIAL Horns and balloons were used for favors and string confeti was much in evidence. There was lots of noise and fun throughout the program. Mr. Cannon and his orchestra for the occasion. Miss Iris Adrian sang Lindv Lou. The Juniors sang Farewell to the Seniors, and thus closed one of the livest and most successful and enjoyable banquets in the history of Mineola High since the custom was established in 1922. Long Live the Juniors. PROGRAMS FOR COMMENCEMENT WEEK Commencement Program for High School Now Underway With this issue of the paper, the Yellow Jacket gives to its friends the last number for 1926 Around the High School build ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR L Friday May 21st i ► ♦. ■ <> ♦ > <x> ♦ ♦ ♦ ❖ ♦ t % ♦ Friday I May 21st I! i : C. L. Mistrot, the One Price Cash Merchant, originator in Texas of the Chain Store idea and member of Mistrot Bros. & Co., who have owned more than 40 stores in Texas, has purchased the C. C. Moore stock of goods, and Beginning Friday, May 21st will open one of the big money saving sales for which Mistrot is famous. If you come expecting to find bargains you will not be disappointed. If you do not attend this sale you will miss the opportunity of a lifetime. Prices to be Cut to the Bone The most sensational price slashing ever heard of in Mineola. Not an article of merchandise will be reserved. Everything to be put on the block for the slaughter. If you dont come and supply your needs at a tremendous saving, don't blame us, we are offering you the opportunity. If you have never attended a Mistrot sale be sure to attend this one. There is a well known Mistrot policy w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

* THE MIiNBOLA MONITOR THIS IS THE SEASON FOR HAIL AND WIND STORMS Are You Fully Protected with Hail and Tornado Insurance If you do not have a sufficient amount of such protection it would be well for you to see me and let me provide full protection. H. L. LOTT Insurance MINEOLA TRANSFER LINE C. F. York and C. G. Haake Local or long distance hauling. Anywhere, anytime. Nothing too large for us to handle. New trucks and careful drivers. Moving of household goods given careful attention. Headquarters, Beckham's Cafe Day phone 75 Night phone 190W Shelton. G. A. McCreight, J. L. Hiarhnote, J. W. Bennett, W H. Matheson. A. S. Cain. R. E. Noles, J. F. Dial, E. M. Mc- Cain, B., J. Meadows, M. V. Andrews, J. D, Cash, Way man Reed, Ersie Hamrick, J. B Walker, J. R. Jordan, T. A. Greer, Tery Liles, A. L. Ama son. PETIT JURORS, FOURTH WK. W. R. Parrish, II. W. Tin ney, Roy Glazner, A. J. Peddy J. T. Tucker, J. E. J. Mezzles, H..M, JBartlett, W. F. Cooksey W. D. Hinson, Mack Sutton, W. E. Stev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 May 1926

#; THE MINEOLA MONITOR iome ■iiii ! ;> : Live at Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Prince of Lufkin spent the week end with her sister and aunt. Mrs. R. E. Carrington. t :an be} no safety in agriculture; no prosperity that will endure, unless it has a basis a LIVING AT HOME on the farm. Supplementing the main cash crop with fcimi>le food and feed; a few good cows, hogo and hens, will provide a sure living at home, and a surplus beside. The Handwriting on the Wall in live fu- ture prosperity of this section is DI\ ER- SIFI CATION. MIHEOtA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Bh fir' Bti Four room house, city water but no lights in good -omnium ty will rent for $10.00 per month or will sell on easy *ern-.s H. 0. Rogers, tt NEW BARBER SHOP—i have established a new barber shop in the Lott buliding opposite postoffire, and invite my fmn\; to evil on me at my new location L. T. Sanders. Tokyo's Bicycle Traffic Tokyo is the one great city in the world where bicycles continue to be a f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

?<■ • ??r' v |y.'s'' / •• ■ * The Mineola Monitor PU BLISHED in the interest of mineola and wood county -yfr VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, T|XAS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1926. NUMBER It. Baker toy Bread is liarfest M \ tat Hare h , Perfection not Cost Therefore Should^ You Specify MINEOLA BAND TO GIVE CONCERT Friday night, May 28, will be the first of a series, of weekly •oncerts to be given by the Mineolaj fiftyfoui^ piece band. This band has made wonderful progress and is something that all Min- eola can justly have a feeling of great pride. The earnest and painstaking efforts of Prof. Lake Cannon and the musicians has resulted in the greatest of success and in a short time we hope to have a baind that will be second to none. The program for Friday night will be as follows: Activity,-March Harold Bennett Mister Joe. One Step Harold Bennett Operatic Mingle, Overture E. W. Berry Indian Boy, Fox Trot Harold Bennett Norma's Dream, Waltz Harrold Bennett Ambition, Overture Harold Bennet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

THE MINE OLA MONTTOtt •m Ltr.v i-I-rrfo'- on tive Day Lamp Trip The Spring; Camp for Lion Troop No. 1, of Mineola will bt. "at Lake Fork, nine rt"-ii-•East of Mineo'a, from :U to June 4th. Tro >p will leav t<><v!. M< n day evening at 1 p. m. The Camp is a fine location with plenty of good water, safe swim ming pool, high ground to camp on and very accessible. The Camp will be under adult sup- ervision both day and niuht. Swimming will be permitted only at stated periods. The Bud- dy Red Crpss System will be used. Camp will be gowmed by the boys themselves and the Scout Oath and Laws constitut j ed the main rules, any boy vio j lating them will be sent home j immediately., The Scout that does not go j to camp misses the very heart of Scouting; Scouting is not a parlor game; it is a program that builds up in a boy what modern life is surely tearing down. When they get out in the woods and sleep under the stars they get back to some of the basic elements that build man- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

THE MINBOLA MONITOR Is MINEOLA TRANSFER LINE C. F. York and C. G. Haake Local or long distance hauling. Anywhere, anytime. Nothing too large for us to handle. New trucks and careful drivers. Moving of household goods given careful attention. Headquarters, Beckham's Cafe Day phone 75 Night phone 190W :! ♦ • ♦, t YOD WILL BE PLEASED With Any Work Intrusted To Us 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 DISTRIC f COURT JURORS PETIT JURORS, SECOND WK. W. H. Kelley, Winnsboro, J. E. Daniel, Peach, W. P. Black well, Quitman 4, J. A. Bruner, Mineola, R. B. Smith, Hawkins G. L. Clanton, Quitman 5, Jno A. Moore, Yantis, A. B. Cat'fey Hawkins, 1, R. F. Derr, Quit man 4, J. G. Shamburger, Qc. 1, I. E. Davis Qt. 3, J. M. Craddock, Winnsboro, W. A. Morgan, Mineola 1, H. C. Blankenship, Mineola, J. C. Plocher, Qt. 4, J. L. Beckh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

ViciV..;. THE MI NECLA MJNITOJ* -p FOR DISTRICT CLERK MOtrO* *. • • : *** ' . i *•;■ 'AV B i Bernard ) notiflCtiS 1'^'S Wt't loody au throveh the columns of The Monii* *• : r the l office of 'District C<« rk. >ub,:eet j ,to &he action of the vote;> m j the* democratic primary e!< «.t-ion July24th. Mr. Moody }? in the | prime of active your:: manhood j he is energetic, he is hones*, he j is capable, and will no doubt, il [ ,,elected, make the county a good district icierk. He is a native ot • wood county, and has spent practically all of his 'if** among the people of the county, living at Hain^sville and Pine Mills, he is the.son of AY* W. Moody a prominent saw mill man of thjs county, and is gt this time engageid with hife father in the saw millfbusiness. - Mr. Moody is a democrat and u. strong believer lri' democratic principiles and traditions. He solicits the. support of Monitor readers upon hisoWn personal merits and qualifications, prom tp.my that JJ elected to ...

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