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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1928

Wdk, IBB HINIOLA MONITOR Budweiser Real Quality Malt Syrup Malt syrup adds flavor ana nutri- ment to foods The cost of the raw materials used in Budweiser Malt Syrup will not permit the giving of premiums. The quality of our product is the premium we give * / and it is included/ in every can of Budweiser Malt Syrup you buy. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, St. LouU Sold hy Grocers and Dealers Everywhere MAYFIELD COMPANY GOT ANOTHER -Distributors Mineola, Texas I '• He—What did you do Trhen you fell out with your sweetie? She—I fell rlpht In with another. DR. ANSLEY REITCH DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry •*30QQOQOC*3QOOQQC*3QOQOOC 300QOOQ^ ft REMEMBER 1H0SE SUNDAY DINNERS THERE'S NOTHING LIKE GOOD, PURE FOR DESERTS AND REFRESHMENTS This can be secured from your local Drug Stores and Confec- tioneries in all the seasonable flavors and berries and fruits. Easy Served - Attractively Prepared - Coolingly Refreshing. BE MODERN — SERVE OUR PURE ICE CREAM Kelpen Ice Cream Co....

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I Graduation Daysj | Gift Suggestions \ mn.\h * FOR GIRLS Silk to top Chiffon Hose $1.85 to $2.50 All kinds of Silk Underwear in all new shades. Crepe de Chine Teds, Slips, Pajama Suits, at popular prices. Beautiful line of Scarfs in Silks and Crepes $1.95 to $3.25 FOR BOYS A very attractive line of Neck Ties $1 to $1.50 Broadcloth Shirts—Novelty Whites—Novelty Plaids $1.95 to $2.95 Fancy Hose ^0c to $1.50 Our regular line of Seasonable Merchadise is very complete Ladies House Dresses 89c to $2.75 Beautiful line of Artificial Flowers —50c to $1.50 Ladies' Golf Knickers for outing wear $2.75 to $4.50 Boys' Golf Knickers in Linens and Tweeds $1.75 to $2.25 Men's Straw Hats—Big line of them $1 to $4.50 Give us a Look and Buy up-to-date Merchandise. B. L. Chappell MINEOLA, TEXAS DAINTY DRESSES That will make summer confortable. Right now is the best time to come in and get your summer dresses — for nice wear and for everyday— we have a beautiful assortment — and of c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR J i , ! ' m Your Children Are they strong, alert and vigorous; or pale, weak, u cross and inactive? If the latter, very likely they }{ are suffering with intestinal worms, and need ^ white's cream Vermifuge The wornvexpeller with a 50-year record of £2 success. * * A few doses are sufficient, w e O H Sold By THE CITY DRUG STORE FOR THE GRADUATE Ivess than two weeks remain before graduating night arrives. Have you made your preparations? Dresses For Graduates Pretty Dresses which will be more than acceptable, in white and all suitable colors, are now ready for that big occasion. Gifts For Graduates Don't overlok our gift counters. Our supply will meet your demands for real presents. Hats For Graduates Those attractive patterns most in demand with colors to harmonize the dresses. We have what you want. BROOKS' MILLINERY & GIFT SHOP MINEOLA TEXAS J w -r «■■-.-■riTirm Safety Service * HAKES cause accidents or prevent them cr ^which kind are yours? sZ only takes o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1928

THE X1NB0LA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Student« of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E DTT'0 RIAL STAFF Ruth Carswell Associate Editor - in -che if ~7."_Z Marguerite Kine witer _ - - Faye Gladder. Rot's Athletic Editor — Roger Nixon Girl's Athletic Editor Ruth Russe11 REPGRTORS Senior Class Frances Cannon Sophomore Class La Neta Brawner junior Class Audrey Faye Rountree Freshman Class Edna Mae Kington Sob-Freshman Class ■■ - Rosalie Buchanan TO GIVE SENIORS THEATRE PARTY At last! Mrs. Hooks is giv- giving a theatre party for the Seniors and faculty Monday nigtit. If you do not know \vhy every one is excited and thrill- ed over this announcement just look' in the Yellow Jacket of the past years. This is an annual event, for Mrs.' Hooks has en- tertained each year. After at- tending one of her theatre par- ties it will be. a "red hot night for each senior.'' It is an event that Seniors look forward tp and Ex-Seniors look back w&rd to. To-day the proud arrog- ant- Se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1928

,;<J f,' '- ' 1 ' " THE MiNEOLA MONITOR 3S THEY HAVE ARRIVED The New 8 O'clock Frocks - Housedresses made of beautiful designed Dimity - Flowered - with the Sates;: styles for morning wear which Dame Fashion decrees. These Dresses in all sizes, cool and inviting, at a Special Price for Friday and Saturday 98c Don't miss this opportunity of securing several neat, pretty dresses at a cost lower than the materials can be pur- chased for today. You will be surprised in these values. Remember also that we carry a New Stock of the best types of Dry Goods. Any thing to wear and at prices just right. R. A. TRIGGS' Cash Dry Goods Store I m 'THE THRIFTY TRADE AT TRIGGS" 1 " " ; ^fC, H OLIVE BRANCH "fUST what I wanted" is a say- <sj ing once reserved for Christ- mas and birthdays, exclusively. Perhaps for some people it still is, but we hear it every day. We hear it from satisfied customers who find in our complete stock of United States Tires the right tire for every car and every type ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1928

THE MINEOLA MdNITOB V^MPOUNU let So Mrs. L. A. Woods is visiting in Daltas this week. ;>FOR, RENT: Modern apart- •{■merilj close in, all conveniences. i; See A- J- Henry. Dr.1 and Mrs. J. U. Moody and Luciti? Moody of Dallas .were' visiters here Sunday. Mrs. L. A. ^JThorne and one of her sons were 'here this past \ X ' lTI ili ]r~ T J1 Arvi Q n v* A 1 Er.;niett Cullom w; Daiias last Sundav. to Dal- II. A. Trijrgs lias purchased a new Cnevrolet Coach. . t ^Irs- E. A. Tharp is taking j Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Camp- [ her vacation from F. E. Adams ! bell and children motove ! to j Store this week. - v Wills Point last Sunday. C. C. Yowell is the proud I Miss Margareta B A. Brooks of the electric j company has been confined to his bed this week with influ- 1 enza. " for SALE: Good young Jer~ ay Milch Cow. Y. S. Caswell, Rov Baker Fit. ? , possessor of a new clossed cab j Chevrclet truck. | Chas. Cole and Sam Dodson of Latex. Texas, were in Min- Canipbell was a Kaufman visitor last Sun day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

SIXTEEN PAGES The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VOL. 53. UINEOLA. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1928 NUMBER 10 DELEGATES ATTEND STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. 22NP. Traveling via au omooiles chiefly, the delegate's from Wood County to the State Dern ocratic Convention left Mineola Sunday morning and the morn- ing of the 21st, determined to 'do their bit; to include a Dry Plank' and to instruct for A Dry Candidate and also Against A1 Smith for the Democratic nomination, while their friendly opponents were equally determined to prevent such Dry Instructions and to prevent the mentioning of any particular candidate for the nomination of president. There were two delegates from Wood County to this Con- vention and these two were de- termined by the vote of the County Convention which was held in Quitman on the 5th of May. One delegation headed by Mr. Carlock of Winnsboro desired a Dry Plank etc while the other delegation desired to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

"'I THE MINEOLA MONITOR MA_:fAr THRILLS SOT ID 8IG SAME M0nit0r| HUNTING THY W?50W BUYS 1 — —* TOWN TO REVIVE IT Entered at the postoffice at Mineolit, Texas under the Act cf Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J B. Cowan. Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Two Minutes of Pleasure for Two Hours of Work Is of Or.e Hi Experience iter. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are tnade subject to the Democratic pri- aa&rj election. Sates: District offices, $15; Coun- -""ices, $10; precinct offices $5. - QH2uncemcmt fees must be paid t ' Usee. llHsrict Judge JUDGK B. F. CATHEY. J. R„ WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL for Countv Judge; I 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 ' ^ax Collector: * W. P. LAWRENCE h J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK WM. TAYLOR JFJor Sheriff A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

•a J jU, ' ■■ V a .. % ■■' >- CsV.'^r- THE TO TIE GRADUATES, STUDENTS AND YFLLOW JACKET CONGRATULATIONS We invite you to always make this Restaurant your headquarters. Meet your friends here. CAUDLES RESTAURANT COPPER SAID TO SOLED AND HEELED BE ram CORE I « I %\ Scientists Call Metal an E sential in Keeping E'cod Reel. , it fadfl A A * * ^ We Extend Our Commencement Compliments and Best Wishes to the Graduates, Faculty, School Trustees and Patrons for a most successful school year jstjust past. As you come into the more fuller life you will find that necessity demands means of transportation. Be convinced now that our car embodies now that our car embodies both a practical use and also a pleasurable use. Consider The Essex Super-Six to fill this need. The Mineola Hudson-Essex Co. S r * Mineola, Texas "<* 'V-1 CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATES Students, Faculty and School Board for another successful school year. Remember our Store is Headquarters for GRADUATION GIFTS. CITY DRU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

i-ym W&f[ Wi':* %. ' *4V';1' / I •' v H iw mt YO! HO! LISTEN! Such news as the following: is what makes a newspaper advertising man thrill and it means nothing more nor ^ss than "getting results.; By way of explanation, it must be saicf that the gentle- men referred t;> below are reg- ualr advertisers, ones whose ad- vertisement? can be found in every issu4 of the Monitor, to which the Monitor attributes a great amount of the credit, constancy and eternally at it. "I have done more welding for the farmers this year than ever before and most of this has been done since I have been running my special adver- tisement in the Monitor'' said Grover Smith who 'operates a general welding shop in Mine- ola. • > "You can tell anyone that the methods which the General Motors Coi^pany have been us- ing the last year "in advertising certainly biting results" declar- ed A. W.>;Fulcher, Chevrolet Sales and- -Service, "and the people read the advertisements which appear in the Monitor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

3fti 9 TBS (master of Old Stern in Discipline t occasional copy of the People's ine for 1S36 is found in Now id's "attic libraries." In onv yellowed volumes treasured Jradford (N. H.) home is a ras- uention of a statistical matter ► blight be of interest to present- I pedagogy is stated that a certain school- er named Jr>hn James llnuberle taught school 51 years. In that le had given the youths en?rust- lo his care 911,957 blows with a pk, 24,410 strokes with a rod, 29. ferrulings, 136,715 blows with one ;d, 10,328 slaps on the chops, 7,905 on the ear, 1,115,000 raps on |bead, 12,342 Nota Benes with the catechism. Psalm book and imar, and had made boys kneel inws on peas and 777 times on a Drnered block of wood. >pers Succumb to Lure of Camel Riding M*occo means camels and sheikh shoals of American sclioolg- Is invade the country each autumn roned by Paris finishing school srs. Marrakech sees most of few, because they find the herds pre which make camel rides possi- P- No debu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

Wi '}*i .UJ- WE PAY SI .20 dozen, ?ewing | -SSS. -&" Js:i mil mains No button holes. Serj;3 .^iarnp. CEDAR GARMENT FACTORY Amsterdam, New Yorik. 9-2tp DR. ANSLEY RE1TCI3 DENTIST Nitrons Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry ASSOCIATION MINEOLA Affiliated with State a National Associations. DO YOU BELONG? H. 0. ROGERS Sec'y. i v - Compliments To The GRADUATES of Mineola High School My best wishes are given you as you step out upon the larger activities of this life. May success attend your every undertaking. I also congratulate the Faculty, The School Board and the Patrons who have faithfully assisted these graduates in their successes. JOE PARK Candidate For Commissioner Precinct No. 2. >xx>ooa:**/joc COMMENCEMENT TIME is here. •n •> -S 'J 3 I'M It means the beginning of the bigger and I hope better things for those who receive their deplomas. My wish is that each stud- ent who finishes in our schools may make fine men and women and be a credit to our commonwe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

■ - mm ■ • SsHi the mxneola monitor GRADUATION IS NEAR We take this opportunity of congratulating the boys and girls for the successful work they have done m the past year, and we wish for each and everyone much success and a use- ful life in the years to come. We are always behind the Yellow Jackets and may victory crown their efforts for many years. We thank you for your patronage in the past and ask for a continuance of the same in the future. GRADUATION GIFTS For Boys Neck wear in beautiful patterns Silk Socks in plain and fancies Warwick and Arrow Shirts. None better. For Girls Silk Underwear- all kinds Gordon Silk hose beautiful hand- chiefs. m . A. TRIGGS' Cash Dry Goods Store "THE THRIFTY TRADE AT TRIGGS" Monitor ads. FOR SALE: Good sey Milch Cow. Y. Rt. 2 young Jer- S. Caswell, 6-3tp m J:, -,A Wien It Breaks I Call on us. We weld any kiiu| Wbcoken farm implements* S$|il m* T-:.; li's "C&lvino" Coolidge to Italian Newspapers Rome.—Americans whose activities are interesti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

pplSp; -y>.V . - \ 131 / w;' v zn THE MINEOLA MONITOR [ Er'" J 1 ' V* INDUSTRY HELPS AGRiCULTIikE BUILD UP THE SMALL TOWN ! jWecsnlralizalion of Manufacturing Brings Markets fo* Products Closer to the Farm—Gives Employment and Better Standards of Living to Rural Communities. ■mw t By T. R. PRESTON President, American Bankers Association *10 class of people has been more diligent in trying to under* N stand the agricultural problem than the bankers of this country. The agricultural problem is a real problem and de- mands the best thought of everyone. This country car.not continue along } appy lines with only sections of the country t 'osperous. Prosperity must be passed around if any- body is long to enjoy it. This question can- not be solved by the farmers alone, but the majority opinion is that there is no legisla- tive remedy for agriculture. It is an eco nomic question pure and simple and must be worked out accordingly. A few years ago it was contended that agriculture did not...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

in f • . - f/% SECTION TWO A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " VOL. 53. HINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24. 1928 Yellow Jacket Edition nun* MINEOLAN STAFF The following compose the staff which edited the seventh edition of the "Mineolan", the annual year book, of Mineola High School: Marguerite Kine •—1 Editor-in-Chief Harry Jones --- Assistant Editor Leon Aaron Business Manager Ruth Car swell ----- Organizations Juanita Claybourn Assistant Business Manager Marion Grant — -— Senior Editor Clota Runnels - Assistant Senior Editor Roger Nixon _ - Athletic Editor .—. .—o — % I NOTED PEOPLE IN OUR SCHOOL The Biggest Pusher of School Activities Hubert Snyder The Biggest Jelly Bean Brutus Imgram Jazz Hound _ r Sweetie Allen President Sebe — — Stanton Smith Our Best Singer Mr. Kennedy Senior Baby Harry Jones Loudest Boy David Kitchens Who is Tallest Boy ^ T. Rogers Senior Vamp Ruth Carswell Quietest Girl Rubr Cobb Handsomest Boy — Lester Boozer Most Co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

felfa THE MINEOLA MONITOR HONOR ABLE MENTION LIST Sen:- 1. Noble Collin and pianist. 2. Josephine Callawa cl aimer. 3. Artice Precise—Basketball star. 4. Bonnie Jean McGuire and Mon- tiiie Phillips—Debaters. 5. Harry- Jones—the actor. Harry won second place in the on^-act play contest. 6. Marguerite Kine—Valedictorian of class of 428, Editor-in-chief of "Mineolan". 7. Lanora Cash—Salutatorian. 8. Marion Grant—Senior Class President; one of our honor graduates. 9. Mouzon Fletcher—one of honor graduates. 10. Estelle Thacker—School artist. 11. Leon Aaron—Business manager of "Mineolan". 12. Frances Cannon—fast typist. 13. Harmon McAllister—debate;. 14. Clyde Lawrence—debater. 15. Robert Caraway—Junior poet. 16. Ruth Russell—best jTaylor, faculty librarian; Marguerite ; Kine, Ruth Carswell, Juanita Clay- Declainter. j bourn, Katherine Goddard. Olota Run- ,'nels, Montine Phillips, Gazelle Rapo, Junior de-IRuth Russell, and La Nefca Brawner. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT President SCRAPS OF ACTIVI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

m iiss nORS AS WE KNOW THEM GAZELLE RAPPE Mineola Spanish Club, Dramatic Club. She is the first to laugh when there's something funny. Her sense of humor, however, doesn't interfere with the making of good grades. HARRY JONES Mineola Dramatic Club, Spanish Club. Ten- uis Club, Football, Assistant Editor- in-chief Mineolan. Harry says he's not quite such a goose." He excels in tennis, cheer- fulness, arguing, and singing Spanish songs. Ruth Carswell Quitman President Dramatic Club. Spanish Club, Editor-in-chief Yellow Jacket, Organization Editor Mineolan. There isn't much that Ruth can't io and do well. We like her pep; so does David. LEON AARON Mineola Dramatic Club, Business Manager Mineolan. Manager Football Team. President Latin Club. In fact he manages nearly every- thing, including the sophomoi-e girls. ROGER NIXON Mineola Tennis Club, Athletic Editor Yel- low Jacket. Even playing a dashing game of tennis doesn't ruffle up his hair and rosy cheeks. He doesn't like girls. MARGUE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

Jyl: ; W; ^ * ■ H|H 7%.: . 'V 1; W ■ . •• - * THE HINEOLA MONITOR Seniors as we know them gazelle RAPPE Mineola Spanish Club, Dramatic Club. She is the first to laugh when there's something funny. Her sense of humor, however, doesn't interfere with the making of good grades. HARRY JONES Mineola Dramatic Club, Spanish Club. Ten- nis Club, Football, Assistant Editor- in-chief Mineolan. Harry says he's not quite such a goose." He excels in tennis, cheer- fulness, arguing, and singing Spanish songs. Ruth Cars well Quitman President Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Editor-in-chief Yellow Jacket, Organization Editor Mineolan. There isn't much that Ruth can't io and do well. We like her pep; so 3oes David. LEON AARON Mineola Dramatic Club, Business Manager Mineolan, Manager Football Team. President Latin Club. In fact he manages nearly every- thing, including the sophomore girls. ROGER NIXON Mineola Tennis Club, Athletic Editor Yel- low Jacket. Even playing a dashing game of tennis doesn't ruf...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR SENIORS BID FAREWELL Mineola Hi&i; i.ccH<wrt means man / Wogs to ml.' :t ha* :lu' srune •f four pleasant yeans t It hw been thef placf- "rt'hfcre t ft#*)*/ •ina1!1f, ■my-'friends. Here I- have been pre- my life. f<>r a happier future. My school days have been very happy ml I bid M. H. S. a fond farewell. Florence Bruner I have only been in M. H. s. for two! Hemstitching and Pecoting. years, but in that short time, I have j see ]yjrs Callaway Or leave at with'thJ^-andj'Callaway's Confectionery. . ,3tf pupils, may the school become better as the years roll by. Ernest F. Smart Farewell forget you. M. H. S. I shall never Truby Searcy Deaf old M. H. S. Although 1 have been here only one year, I find that this is one of the happiest places on earth. I hope that when we have gone that we may find the world as happy and inviting as you, dear old WL H. S. , . , . - , • . Harmon McAllister Farewell, M. H. S. > students and classmates. We have spent many hap...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1928

; - ' '• ■ " f. . ;-Fv -. ': , - <s K . / > ' • ^A>" TUB MXNEOiJi MONITOfe ■'•"Vi- - -v ■,/ : « - .)• -■: • , wisS*" " i .'Ci , h- ■ ■■ ' •, ' •-. * A is a picture of the old building of the Mineola High School. The lower picture is of the same building after its destruction by fire FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! ♦ Unparalelled in the history of this store at this season of the year are the prices which I am now offering to the public on goods that are staple goods that are guaranteed to give the servie that you demand. I tell you the prices are reduc- ed at the biggest money saving special sale for Friday and Saturday of this week, that you ever heard of. If it*s money you want to save you can never beat it and the goods are marked where you can see them at a glance. Be here at this special sale and get the difference. Just tage a look at these prices. "LtfST TRfflE" TRUCE FOUMO ON ISLANDS OFF FLORIDA? Smithsonian Exerts C;l!.ve Skeletons Dircovered Belong to the Ca!usa Group. Fort ...

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