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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 April 1928

THE M1NEOL& MONITOR i / At T©wr a Package of ftt£yXGUtfa CORN FLAKES WITH ONE PACKAGE PURCHASED FRIDAY OR SATURDAY THERE'S no finer summer dish than Kellogg's Com Flakes. with milk or cream and fruit or honey. Cooling! And satis- fies mid-summer bodily hunger without producing excessive body heats. Many housewives now buy two or three packages of Kellogg's Corn Flakes at a time—so they'll always have plenty—morning, noon and night—and between meals. We know that if you will try this once, you'll do the same. So we are making this offer: Buy one package of Kellogg's Corn Flakes Friday or Saturday of this week—and we'll give you another package FREE. Take advantage of this offer. Get two packages of these delicious, crisp Corn Flakes for the price of one. Remember, Fridav and Saturday only. Clip the coupon NOW. (We will pay your grocer for the package he gives you free.) Kellogg Company JThuZl1Z Dallas—Oklahoma City Out-of-Town Qrocers Are hereby authorized to redeem coupons, so t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 April 1928

br •r / • ,-t 4:' THE MINEOLA MONITOR Investigate the extreme val-1 Smartly styled Millinery are • lies eivefl iH' Millinery at T.ne j iiiexpt"n?,i'^e]j P- ,<tt "1 he jiit- Enterprise. Winr.^horo. W e IteiT/rise. W^nnshoro. Three to jsell several hundrv ; Hats each'five hundred Hats to select - year. There s a reav.cn. from. I'NDERELLA IN FLOWER! AND of the WCKY Tobacco FRED NIBLO Photoplay Director, writes: *To a moving picture director there is no comfort cury like a good cigarette. Such a cigarette or I hiiVe found in 'The Lucky Strike*—and during the filming of big pictures like *Ben Hur' I smoked 4Luckies' even while directing in the open air thousands of supernumeraries, and never once did I ever suffer from throat irritation." ** It's toasted" No Throat Irritation-No Cough. ©1928, The American Tobacco Co., Inc. 1 I i WE WILL ADMIT, { , i *i That the Conjurer's hat reveals many £ amazing things, but we feel quite proud J* fof our 40 per cent increase in the busi- <| ness...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 April 1928

•.f-r THE MJNEOLA MONITOR RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION M1NEOLA Affiliated with State «X National Associations. DO YOU BEIX)NG? H. 0. ROGERS Sec y. JAMES CARLIN GETS ; thorough examination had been LICENSE TO PREACH | given Mr. Carlin. This young !man is at present a Junior in ' S. M. U. and will later take i James Carlin. son of Rev. and B. D. at the same school. Mrs. J. H. Carlin of Mineola j « - now has his license to preach.; NOTICE This endowment \v;ts given him! j have recently employe,! a jiirst by a vote of t the local | new tailor and I want the public : church conference hel.l here t.hejio knaw th^.t he ,s ^ one. past month when it recommend- j, can t atress his ability as a «1 to the District Conference tailor too mueh; He" knows how that he should be given that t(> do your w<vrk the -way you- miction. Rev. H. C. Willis, | Jt jet us prove thnt we residing Elder ot the Tyler J turn out the best tailoring work ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ;Pr District, granted young Carlin L i.p | this pri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 April 1928

HENBOLJl MON7P9S mrw More Service Charge Information Since publishing test week that the Mineoia banks contemplated making a service charge oli unprofit- cii'it v-i.'-*/-liiis li/Mtky st, —a niiiufjer of cdstomei>. •;ave been in making inquiries, and in order to make this clearer to all we will publish additional information. Accounts made in the spring by farmers for crops purposes, where note is made and part or all of the proceeds left in the bank to be drawn at intervals will NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. Accounts under $50.00 that do not change fre- quently and tor which statements are not made monthly WILL NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, regardless of -amount WILL NOT BE CHARGED. SOCIAL CLUBS, CHURCH ACCOUNTS, 1 ODGE ACCOUNTS or OTHER ACCOUNTS of THIS N ATURE -WILL NOT BE CHARGED. The accounts on which a charge will be made are those accounts—never averaging over S50.OO are Fitatie and against, which Humorous checks and many changes in balances, and for whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 April 1928

VK mm ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR HOARD NEWS and disagreeable. This was the coldest Easter this community has witnessed in several vears. The weather in this part of | Instead of voils and sheer county has been awful cold , organuie dresses everyone wore No Man or straw Do Husbands Really Trust Their Wives? Herbert: (to Betty, his wife) I'm sorry, but you'll have to Stop going to Guido Petti.'s studio. His affa its with women are the talk of the town. Betty. That's silly. No matter what Goido's relations with other women maybe, he is a perfect gentleman — with me. I shall continue my studies with him. * * * * , Weeks pass. Guido Petti and Betty in the studio alone. Guido: (drawing her to him) So beautiful you are. Soon we shall go •broad—just you and I. £etty: But—my husband— • : Bah! What ! he know of your :s? So young you so lovely— Suddenly he clasps in his arms—kiss- her with a fierce passion she is power- less to resist. Unheard 1tj either, the door opens — someone Partial Contents M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 April 1928

TTffE tttNEOLA MONITOR nil it!" ■■ i .1—A t rn*n Cartonch* su unt'rt 2 dia- monds. $75. Modern Banking Demands Modern Methods The Mineola State Bank has grown with Mineola from a cross roads town to a little City and in the changes thru the years, has kept abreast of the times in making improvements in Building, Euip- inent or Methods of handling accounts. HOW TO BETTER OUR SERVICE has been one of the constant problems conf;octing us. Some accounts ha\*e been handled at a loss and naturally this cnnot continue. We are, therefore an- nouncing a Service Charge effective May 1st, 192* on all accounts of less than $50.00. Increase your balance and save money. Yours For Better Service. MINEOLA STATE BANK Gruen diamond watches lead the vogue! Designed with exqu:-:it art' istry by a modeia gu. of watchmakers. Adorned with diafr1 ;nds of purest texture a,..: :• .-.est cut. Fitted with tu.-.- merits of utmost time- keeping dependability. These : dutiful, style-leading Gruen Watches are here ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE-" VOL. 53. MINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 19, H>23 NUMBER 5. NEW OFFICIAL $ □ri Y'S FUTURE CfiflWTH msm +rm A 4* A A NEW BECKHAM HOTEL THROWS OPEN ITS DOORS FRIDAY NIGHT TO PUBLIC ELABORATE PREPARATION MADE FOR COMFORT OF GUESTS FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING THE 27TH After planning for a most modern hostelry for Mineola for many years and actually in the process of building it for the past ten months, Mr. t* and Mrs. J. L. Beckham pioneer hotel optrators in Mineola and other Texas cities are now ready to open the doors of their new three story hotel in Min- eola and announce its formal opening Friday night April 20, from 8 to 10 p. m. The public is invited to attend and invita- tions have been sent out to several hundred local people and to hotel representatives over Texas to be present atf thi« pleasant event. To say that the new build- ing is pretty is not enough. It is not only very attractiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Entered at the post office Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. to the State Convention IN- STRUCTED for an uninstructed :d delegation t > the National Convention. / ;?i \ i"\ POLITICS LAG EACH STORE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED AfEMBE/?S II. II. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertisi 11g Mgr. NTS POLITICAL ANNOl N< I Announcements in this r^himn are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Bates: District offices. §15; Coun- ~«;ces, §10; precinct offices $5. -fin^uncement fee., must lie paid ^Iraace. _ . . 1 • Tiisrict Judge JUDGE B. h CAT HEY. J. R. WARREN F-or Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. O. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAULK V. B. HARRIS For District Clerk V. B. SHAW. For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE For County Tax Assessor: J. B." (Bryan) ZEIGLER Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Miss Merlyn Blackmail with motored to Sulphur Springs r. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith last Sunday afternoon. !♦♦>«! EXTRA SERVICE ♦> ♦> You can pay more, but you cant buy a better tire than the New Double Blue Pennant. It is built extra heavy for "Extra Service" but the cost is not extra high. In fact, this extra milage that is built into every Federal costs you nothing, as these quality tires are no higher m price than ordinary makes. Mmeola rr>A o ♦ V * V ❖ > ❖ * ❖* f* V ♦♦♦ * ♦♦♦ *> A A * A % ♦ lv tf 4t i V 9> 0 ♦ VA ^ t SPREADS SUNSHINE AMONG SHUT.INS Carolinian Has Given Away 80,000 Bouquets. fJreeiivillp, S. C.— S; fliine is iho li:>!>hy of [ireonville bookkeeper ■ that is. For eight yoars ho lias made and presented S0.U00 bouquets to Green- rillo shut-itis, persons who are ill, and others. flower estimates that he cuts 230,- 300 blossoms annually from his gar- den, all of which arc given away. The monetary return is nothing, but, he s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THE MLNEOLA MONITOR SWEET or 5^ &E> ^ ^/- t SOUR CREAM BOUGHT EVERY DAY AT OUR PLANT. We pay the market prices for your Cream and give you the Money Immediately. You don't have to wait several days to get your pay. Bring your cream Mr. Farmer to us and be one of our satisfied customers. You'll be pleased and so will we. Try us. | Kelpen Ice Cream Co. Mineola - - — - - - Texas i I ! s I XSOOOOaC 300000COOQOOOC*>OOQQQQC*' CITATION ON APPOINT- MENT OF TEMPORARY GUARDIAN THE STATE OF TEXAS **Bo the Sheriff or any Constable of Wood County, Greeting: ' You are hereby commanded tor cause to be published once each week for a period of ten <Jays exclusive of the first day of publication, before the re- turn day hereof, in a news-, paper of general circulation, which has been continuously and regularly published for a period of not less than one year in said Wood County, a copy of tihe following notice: THE STATE OF TEXAS To all persons1 Interested in the welfare of the persons a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR m !! i Hi ]? il I ;i} u MINEOLA TO ENTER EAST TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEET Arrangements are being made to have Mineola repre- sented at the East Texas Cham- ber of Commerce Convention held this year in Greenville on May 6. 7 and 8th. The actual plans for the participation in this annual event have not been announced but it is under- stood that some sort of a float will be entered in the gigantic parade, probably not so'elabor- ate as the one of la-t year which depicted a mineature world with Mi-s Mineola sitting on the top and a large banner stating that "Mineola is sitting cn top of the world" and' ac- companying this float was the [the time element must be taken famous Mineola Band which j into consideration in preparing played, "I'm Sitting On Top >uch an exhibit. B. A. Brooks Of The World! " This float j of the Electric Company has received much comment and a j been given charge of planning picture of it was published in ; Mineola s float and so far he t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR *3QQOOOaC*300000C*30C 11 I i I n More Service Charge information s I Since publishing last week tlia< the Mineola banks ccntempliitt d making a service charge on unprofit- able accounts—beginning May 1st, 1928—a number of customers have been in making inquiries, and quently and for which statements are not made monthly WILL NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, regardless of .amount in order to make this clearer to all we will publish WILL NOT BE CHARGED. additional information. SOCIAL CLUBS, CHURCH ACCOUNTS, Accounts made in the spring by farmers for crops j LODGe ACCOUNTS or OTHER ACCOUNTS of S S purposes, where note is made and part or all of the proceeds left in the bank to be drawn at intervals will NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. Accounts under $50.00 that do not change fre- THIS NATURE WILL NOT BE CHARGED. The accounts on which a charge will be made are those accounts—never averaging over $50.00 are made and against which numorous checks and man...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Iwiitfj m The Cream of the ^ Tobacco Crop [NCENT RICHARDS Champion Tennis Player writes: "Immediately before and after my important tennis matches I obtain the great- est possible comfort and sat- isfaction fromLucky Strikes. A tennis player must guard his throat carefully, and that is why I smoke only Luckies—they are mild and mellow, and cannotpossibly irritate your throat, and my wind is always in splendid shape." >zC It's toasted" No Throat Irritation*No Cough* ©1928, The American Tobacco Co., Inc. m i t / /> ; ///// (t!>Ik Vim, ■mmWm -in the Sky -at the Speedway -on the Road Valve-in-Head! Proved and im- proved by Buick throughout twenty-four years and recognized as the most efficient all-round power plant for automotive use. Valve-in - Head! Employed by Lindbergh, Chamberlin, Mait- land, Byrd—the famous flyers of the day—on their record-breaking flights. / Valve-in-Head! Standard on GASTON practically all racing cars and winner of every major speed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 April 1928

THF MINEOLA MONITOR I, MONUMENT COM 1 AN Y MAKES REDUCTION m odern Banking Demands Modern Methods i' ^ Hp m w X "oia State .1 m o I Im Bank has grown ross roads town to a little City and in the changes thru the veurs. Ins kept abreast of the times in its ski my im'ircvements in Building, Euip- lij.-iit or Methods cf handling accounts. HOW TO BETTER OUR SERVICE has been one of the constant problems ccwi.0nt.ig us. Some accounts ha vie been handled at a lo.-s and naturally this cnnot continue. We are, therefore an- nouncing: a Service Charge effective May 1st, 1928 on all accounts of less than $50.00. Increase your balance and save money. Yours For Better Service. MINEOLA STATE BANK l.:hgu,--£- i / 4.1 maicg! ti Memorial Work a in monument-. This | t>rii ;;n:; tf:ose who I . I meet ion oi tombs j Rb nth wiil save i ■<=■ j &• !tU ihi< . oiiipni o v.; i* 1 this company ' catcl(1. at I •t. Tyier, I cne |j?!n jgjS i | 4 4 I I m WINS PRIZE MONEY WITH ORANGE CRUSH j Taylor Ure&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1928

The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " VOL. 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1928 NUMBER 6 < IF ADY TO GfiAVEL MiNEOLA STREETS •I* * • « V V V • 4. • * * V V * * * * * CLEAN-UP WEEK TO START APRIL 30TH WILL BE OBSERVED IN MINEOLA ALL THOROUGHFARES IN CITY TO RECEIVE NEW SURFACES What is declared to be the greatest need of this city at I the present time is graveled streets from one end of the town to the other. Sensing the ' keen necessity of these streets W ' the City Council has laid their plans to have all Mineola streets graveled, the work commencing: immediately. This information vas released this week. It was stated that the City of Mineola has at present a) good gravel truck, a Street grader and a regular employee whose time will be spent each day in hauling gravel from a pit near-at-hand and distribut- ing it daily on the streets un- til the entire city lias been ac- ceptably graveled. The routine > of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor other educator* ••able and no do ;an those who ar 1. Entered at the pos-toffice n' Mineola. Texas und^r Act Of Congress, March •'>. It-79. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. f' politr. v/.io ate a.* :bt more so, pulUriitheitf mess which ithin twelve riTit H-j EACH STORE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED mam POLITICAL announcement Announcements in this coin ran are I made subject to the Democratic pri- paary election. Rates: District offices, $15; Coun- ' ""'ices, §10; precinct offices $5. [&*> yr~uncement fees lv.ust be paid Sl^nce. : -i>- - TJisrict Judge ' " JirDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL [for County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAULK V. B. HARRIS [For District Clerk V. B. SHAW. [For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE For County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER [Tax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1928

frisHi m m w 'H' THE MINEOLA MONITOR PUBLIC NOTICE We wish to call attention to every citizen of Mineola. that the week beginning April, 30th, and ending May 5th, has been designated as our Annual CLEAN I P WEEK, every one is expected to fully cooperate with your City Officials in making Mineola the cleanest town in Texas. Our monthly clean up days •heretofore advertised have brought good results, yet we find many homes in our City that have willfully failed to assist in this work, and it is now determined that inspectors will be assigned to every part of our City, to report the fail- ure of any person who fails to respond to this call, and those who have not and will not cooperate willingly, will be dealt with under our sanitation laws. We ask you to clean up your premises, place all rubbish etc. in sacks or small containers, and place on front sidewalk EARLY in the week, so that wagons will not have to travel over the same route so often. Your pride in a CLEAN TOWN should prompt y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1928

the MLNEOLA JHOATTOR ELIZABETH WALKER TO BE MAKTRIED The engagement cf Miss Eli- zabeth V\ aiker now of Ei Paso but formerly of Mineola was announced last week by Mrs. Frank H. Payne her aunt. She will be married to Howell A. .Smith of Denver Colo., Wed- nesday evening at 8 o'clock April 25 in St Clements' Epis- copal Church with Rev. B. M. G. Williams afficiating. ! Miss Walker graduated from the M*necia High School and ; laiei attended C. I. T. in Den- ton receiving her degree in 1922. She has been teaching since that time in El Paso. ~~' — — — JAMES GEDDIE SUCCUMBS HERE The death of James A. Ged- die, 45. occurred' in Mineola Monday and his funeral was held Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Geddie had lived in this section for many years and had suffered from an incurable ailment, for several years. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Geddie on Mineola Route One. Rev. James H. Carlin con- 1 ducted the funeral and inter- | ment was in the Sand Springs ' Cemetery. CALLAWAY CLASS HOME FINISHE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1928

m n THE MtNEOLA MONITOR v Wr Remember MOTHERS DAY SUNDAY J. CHOCOIATES Place Your Order Today For Tthat Box Of King's Candy SPECIAL BRICK Ice Cream FOR SUNDAY WE DELIVER ALL FLAVORS -PHONE 85- —Fresh Strawberry— —Banna Nut— —Cherry Nut— —Vanilla— "Rember a phone call brings it to your home." OLIVE BRANCH CALL FOR EXECUTIVE MEETING Select Confectionery \ Bulgarian Butter Milk and Whipping Cream AT WHOLESALE PRICES NOW BEING FEATURED AT KELPEN'S We always have it and it's pastuenzed. We sell by one half pint, pint, quart or gallon. Phone for our prices - We do not deliver except to business concerns. You can save money on these products. Kelpen Ice Cream Co. MINEOLA, TEXAS S s s I tV.V.V.VTOI ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< :: To The NEW BECKHAM HOTEL and its owners MR km MRS. J. L ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ X ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ❖ ❖ t t ♦ : ♦ & «► ♦ ❖ ♦ ♦ t <*> * ❖ ♦ ❖ ♦ ♦ * ♦ I wish to extend my heartiest congratulations and best wishes in the operation of this splendid institution. It has been a gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 April 1928

J | 5W-' THJB MLNLULa MONITOR *iXD©©000G*X5000CX*'X) SEE^S^&a^25Sa^2S5S£E3^& More Service Charge Information / \ I 1 { V 5 Since publishing last week that the Mineola banks conterop'r-ted n?ak?pg a service charge on unprofit- able accounts—beginning May 1st, 1928—a number ef customers have been in making inquiries, and in order to make this clearer to all we will publish additional information. Accounts made in the spring by farmers for crops purposes, where note is made and part or all of the proceeds left in the bank to be drawn at intervals will NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. Accounts under $50.00 that do not change fre- quently and for which statements are not made monthly WILL NOT BE CHARGED A SERVICE FEE. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, regardless of _amount WILL NOT BE CHARGED. SOCIAL CLUBS, CHURCH ACCOUNTS, LODGE ACCOUNTS or OTHER ACCOUNTS of THIS NATURE WILL NOT BE CHARGED. The accounts on which a charge will be made are those accounts—never averaging over $50.00 are made and agai...

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