The Mineola Monitor (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1934 Page: 4 of 7
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THE MINEOLA MONITO&
First Baptist Church
We want more than two hundred
people in Sunday School next Sun-
day morning from 9:45 until 1,1:00.
No one else can fill your place
Come to the preaching services
at 11:00 a. m., and at 7:30 p. m.
prayng that we may alii be helped
by worshping God The church is
a saving agency, ministering in
many ways. In the sermon Sun-
day morning the subject will be
"The ministry of the church
'ed, rightly dividing the word of
A study ccurse is being taught
this week. Mr. J H Shirey is
teaching a class of Seniors and
tatoes, beans, peas, turnips, hay, jf -1gl Ffc *
corn, peanuts, cow feed, etc. Any- I AlCctl til 1/601*
thing, in fact, that we ordinarily1 ' *
use, they can. The Home has a I
dairy and other livestock. There
adults in "Pilgrim's Progress" fcr ] are about 7C0 children in the
B Y P U, and Mrs. J C Robinson Home, and they have to depend
is teaching the Manual for Inter- , upon the free will offerings of their
LOADING CAR FOR OR-
friends for current support. You Austin, Texas, Nov. 14.—"He Who
have something they can, and Treats Himself Has A Fool For A
we will not fail them. Doctor." This motto might well
G. L. Vaughan, Committeeman.' be displayed in every home in the
State, as many people indisposed
PHILATHEAS ENTERTAINED jump at conclusions as to what is
tennial observance as a picturiza-
(tion and expression of pride in our
agricultural and commercial and
industrial development in the last
100 years, in the last as well ar
^the first decade of that century.
j The tallest trees in the world
,are the Great Gums or Peppermint
Gums In Australia.
Tarpaper Under Concrete
The members of the Harmony. I
in' Baptist Association are to load a j Group Three entertained the (wrong with them, go to a drug
saving the soul." and Sunday night i freight car with things to eat, Philathea Class of the First Bap- (store for a bottle of advertised
it will bs "The ministry of the to send to Buckner Orphans tist church with a Thanksgiving medicine. For a time they feel
/ church in saving the life," by the Home, at Dallas. The car will be!party on November 9th. Games exceedingly clever but later they
.assistant pastor. i set at Mineola, Nov. 26, and at | were played and 31 present were may discover that instead of get-
At 6:30 p. m. Sunday there is a Alba Nov. 27, unless you are noti-' served sandwiches, pumpkin piecing better, they have become
place for every member of the fied otherwise next week.
church in the B. T. S. Here is j Clothing that is in good repair,
and black coffee.
Mrs. Chappell, president of
i worse. Eventually the physician is
bound to be called, in some in-
ing we hope to have grown
where we get valuable training to and dry goods are acceptable. All j class, had charge of the business stances too late.
, be "A good soldier for Jesus kinds of foodstuffs that are not;hour. Several important things There is no desire on the part of
Christ," and "Study to show thy- perishable, and poultry products, j were discussed and our teacher, the Texas State Department cf
self approved unto God. a work-1 as: eggs, groceries of all kinds, Mrs. Roberson, measured the Health to insinuate that all, or the
man that needeth not to be asham- canned meats and vegetables, pc- ■ growth of our class and we are a majority who use patent medicine
little over shoulder high to a,to cure their ills, will suffer great-
|standard class, and by next meet- ly by so doing. The point is that
by there is a sufficient number cf
self doctors who pay a big penalty
Business adjourned and a pre- fcr their practice to place every cne
gram on Thanksgiving was render- °n guard against it.
ed by the following: Mrs. Tucker, j The body is the most wonderful
Mrs. Carrington, Bro. Vaught, Miss Piece cf mechanism in existence.
Bettie Joe Blankenship, Mrs. Sum- To tamper with it in any particu-
jner Henry, Little Miss Thelma lar without due professional knowl-
' Beckham. The members were edge is running a great risk. When
j line and we thank everyone cf cne's car is not working properly,
; them for their part, The base- j you do not take it to anyone but
: ment was beautifully decorated m a mechanic who knows how to re-
i autumn leaves and color. pair cars. It is remarkable that a
j Everyone is looking forward to person thinks less of the service |
the social by Group No. 4 sometime his body needs in comparison to I
!in December. Reporter, his car. If one is sufficiently ill!
j to feel the need of treatment, it j
should be sought in its profession- I
For q lC*c;sTnooli^ * ^ £
A Three Days' Cough
Is Your Danger Signal
Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight
jhem quickly. Creomulsion combines 7 helps;
in one. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to!
take. No narcotics. Your own druggist is;
authorized to refund your money on thej
spot if your cough or cold is not relieved by,
al form. Avoid self doctoring.
(By County Agent)
SELECT ORCHARD SITES NOW
"YOU'LL APPRECIATE THE DIFFERENCE"
Th->ee who anticipate setting an
orchard this winter should select
a tentative site before frost.
Where orchards are to be grown in
sandy soils, the owner should go
over the proposed orchard site
pulling up such tap roots, plants
or weeds as may be growing there.
If small bead-like knots are ob-
served on the roots of weeds or
other plants, do not plant trees
in such a location. The bead-like
knots indicate the presence of
nemotodes, a tiny worm that *,vill
weaken or kill fruit trees if plant-
ed in such a location.
FALL COVER CROPS CHECK
EROSION, ADD FERTILITY
llOW the Range that
• " . 7 * . ♦ , '
will electrify AMERICA,
dwmitic Qecthlc (jliMWi
Here's an amazing new full-size electric range
that everyone can afford. Priccd lower than
any electric range in history-—built with
quality features found on no other range in
the world—it is the most marvelous value
ever offered anywhere, anytime. Enjoy the
convenience, coolness, cleanliness, and econ-
omy of cooking electrically. A demonstration
will picture clearly how much this wonderful
range can add to your happiness and that of
the whole family. Come in and see it!
lO WE ST
LOOK O «
Soils on which no vegetation is
growing are prone to wash more
rapidly than if covered by plant
growth. By sowing together a
bushel and one-half of rye and 30
pounds of hairy vetch per ache, j
1 net only will the soil be held to- j
' gether during the "washing sea-
son," but next spring a considerable
tonnage cf green material will be
available to be turned under, thus
adding both plant food and humus.
TREAT PEACH TREES
FOR BORERS NOW
1. Remove grass, stones cr trash
from around body of tree for about
2. Mound the soil slightly around
the trunk and smooth the soil
with a shovel or hoe.
3. Pour a continuous band 1 1-2
inches wide of paradichloroben-
zene with the inner edges of the
band 2 inches from the body of the
tree. Use 1 oz. per tree for trees
over 3 years of age. Fcr 2-3 year
old trees, use 1-2 oz. Apply in
November 1st to December 1st.
Do not treat the trees unless
sawdust is found in the gummy ex-
udations at the ground line. Gum
often cccurs where there are no
t SII THIS AMAZING NIW RANGE DEMONSTRATED
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SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC COS
The Houston Chronicle condemns
| all gossip that the Centennial has
^een commercialized, in the fol-
) "The Chronicle particularly wish-
\ es to condemn that type of gps-
sip which asserts that the Centen-
nial has been commercialized be-
cause the exposition part of it
was awarded to Dallas; that there-
fore sentiment has been eliminat-
ed, and we are placed on a low
commercial plane. Chronicle, as
might be imagined, believes there
is a city in Texas to which the ex-
position might more -wisely have
assigned ttoan to DoHas. Hev-
rnmOm it eoosetves «f the
Before laying a concrete floor
in a garage, the earth should fee
covered with one or two thicknesses;
cf tar paper. This will prerenfc
the concrete from picking up
moisture from direct contact TritJi
the earth, and hence prevent tins
garage from being damp and ccML
RIDE 'EM, COWGIRL!
(Above) Etlielyn Dectrcaux gives a. practical demonstration disprov-
ing the law of gravitation. (Inset) Aside from skill, here is ttoe
reason \vh> riders are able to stick to their mounts. A fail- rider
shows, a mohair saddle girth used by Texans.
Who said that horses have
nothing in common with auto-
Peggy Long. Texas rodeo star,
shows the point of contact be-
tween the one-horsepower means
( of locomotion and modern eighty-
horsepower cars—a saddle girth.
! For the benefit of non-equestri-
ans, a saddle girth is the belt
that makes the saddle .stay put
| on the horse's back.
j Not only must the saddle girth
be able to "take it," it must be
! soft and smooth so as not to irri-
j tate" the horse, and it must be
: easily cleaned. Down in the
I plains country, as well as in ro-
deos. where the saddle girtha
have to withstand gruelling pun-
ishment, angora mohair is use*'
almost exclusively in their mams-.,
facture. The mohair, incident^M
ly, is a Texan product, cojaia®
from the long silky fleece of tl
Angora goat, of which there ;a
millions in the Lone Star State.
However, the millions of a*-]
gora goats would have little it-
do if they worked only to pro-
duce mohair for horses, moSi of
their fleece being used in tie1,
manufacture of mohair veiwe*.'
automobile and furniture uptesfc-j
stery Its popularity for
mobile use is due to tht- saafr*
things that make it the chc
of hard-riding horsemen.
strength, ease of cleaning
• We are specialists i*
ittakesa specialist these
days to know exactly
what is needed.
MINEOI.A FLORAL COMPANY
You can cure your meat in our ice piant vault. Our men
at the plant will give you full information on the cost,
which is mighty little. You get better flavored meat, no
loss from spoilage, and you can kill any time.
Kill Hogs Safely In
No matter how warm it is, you can kill your hogs and
put them in cold storage without any danger of loss.
The low temperature of our vaults quickly removes
body-heat and prevents loss.
U. $• Reeoiiinien its
The U. S. Government bulletins say: "Warm, freshly slaught-
ered pork carcasses should be chilled to a temperature between
34 and 40 degrees within 48 hours after slaughtering. Bacteria,
which may cause spoilage if their growth is not checked
promptly by chilling, are often present in the tissues of the
hog. Meat as it cures will normally develop a more uniform,
desirable flavor if it can be held at an even temperature of
about 38 degrees." In our vaults your meat is held at this
even temperature. 1 •
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Carraway, R. H. The Mineola Monitor (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1934, newspaper, November 15, 1934; Mineola, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth286169/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.