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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR !!-l;!U!!?!I!IIIIII!l!imif|l!?nnBIIJ!IITKlHI!anT*!nHlrtin(3B 13 The most satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the g1 I! THE UNIVERSAL CAR. §j The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- || ned and so well built that few changes have been | necssary. | You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy j now. | All the new models can be seen at our sales room | Place your order now for early delivery. | gs Watt's Motor Co. | Mineola, Texas | Sunday evening is regular singing evening. Every body HAINESVILLE NEWS come and bring your song books a There will also be preaching1^ Sundav nivht if it- is weather; 1 fit iY «£♦ T T T T T T of Haines- Lone Pin-.1 !asi|^> t Ltj and Mrs. Jam [ in I '• tsburg and Sunday TJoVd'.li iiV mcl soil - • V.: visited in ilain •.iin Key Lrioson in mm HAINESVILLE NEWS Miss Hazel Logue of Haines- ville has returned to Fort Smith , Ark., where she will attend jsehpol., Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Anders visited in Winnsboro last week. Mr. an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

HIE MINEOLA MONITOR CITATION BY PI BLICATION -se^ YZp STATE OF TEXAS, . n the Sheriff or any Con- stfcUlc of Wood County—Greet- ing : Voo; are Hereby Cor.iman ied to-summon Knox While by : ak tr;;- blication -_f this Cua ion each week foi !Vu* sue weeks previous to the it t y hereof, ri some news- a your County, if there vspaper pubiisee i there- *_ f not. then in anv news ublished in the 7th Ju- u isirict; but if there he paper published in sai<l iwJcia! District, then in a news r^per published in the nearest to said 7th Judicial Dis .- M. ro appea r at the next Tt . ar term of the District Court of Woo?' County, to be holde a it the Court House there 5u in. Quitman, on the 1st Men- dij ia February A. D. 1926 the ScUae beir the 1st day of February A. D. 1926, then an there. to answer a petition filed M'said Court on the 17 day of September A. I). 1925, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 5491, wherein S- W. Hart is Plaintiff, and Knox White is Defendant, and said...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

jA MONTTOP The Pride of The Hearts of j, S??® ? :vi . r > <rr The Union Printers Home. Colorado Springs. Colo. Inserts— (1) James M. Lynch, president of the International Typographical Union; (2) J. W. Hays. Secretary-Treasurer. Synopsis of The iry of the Union A little more than thirty-five years | tends into thos rounds. Maple ?.go the convention of the Internation- J elm, cottonwood and poplar trees in 'r! Typographical Union, held in Den- junusually picturesque groupings adorn ver, excited the amusement of some the grounds. An avenue of maples 'observers by accepting a gift of eighty j leads from the gateway to the main IIaTMXI a(res a mi*e east of! entrance. All of this wooded growth £ i III o flUIlIC Colorado Springs, with the condition j was transplanted from nurseries and 'that, a Home, for ill and aged printers I carefully cultivated ou land that would a In its seventy-three years of exist-ishould he ee the Typographical lTrion seems two vears. greeted on the site \v....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 January 1926

V THE allNEOL.V A pie supper. \1°V Jteii Plf "AFTER A WHILE It isn't th§ money you spend now that vvl!; make you comfortable by and bv— What? A pie Where? At Netf Hope* School When? Saturday ni<rht Jan. 16, 1926. Be sure and come for o"ury one is invited. the money vou save no v. -and during all the im wars. of your nrodi pi So nany people think they will hegi: t- >:• \j ' after a while'"—in the mean tiiiv. .-;?tiil iishing: the spending ha ii. f1 * M 31 f-ri htr^l Hi D es this seem like good common se: S ; S '• d •• I -. |g '-hia si j i a r; a° -5 -i V-3 'J ! f£ s i 'i 3m W - v; l f- Mineola. Toxas u l?JC ! tr: j ft IR ! 09 5 ' : r (H j[d^ i: iW IBB '1 . 4H i -it i'-iR We have moved to our new ! store next door to the Posiof * rice where we are better prep?.. ! od 10 serve you in the same ecur ; Icons manner as in the past 1 Warren's Variety Store. E. J. McCRARY FOR TAX COLLECTOR The Monitor is this week au- thorized to announce Ernest J. McCrrrv as a candidate for re- eled i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

1 u M f* . -A The Mineola PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA A NI - W OOD COUNTY VOLUME 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, .i UAitY 21, 192: NUMBER 48. HERE COMES THE NEW YEAR That in itself is not particularly im- portant, save as most people look upon it as the beginning of better things—of the turning over of a new sheet. So far as we are concerned, it only means going ahead with the business of making our products better. i/R Aii? SUNDAY 7 U'Cl N4GH ?' OCK SELECT THEATRE WILL INSTALL COOLING SYSTEM F'. Methodist Churcft Perfection Therefore Should Yoa Spacifyl ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECTION or ih Breez. Selec- b ■ in •. :X't sixv. idiness for Undei vT' ill the v. ii! not Cost Nubs' Bakery, ■k A t Mineola, T exas Mr. J. C. Park, the present County Commissioner for this Commissioner's Precinct an- nounces for re-election to ihe of- fice, .subject to the action of the democratic primary in July. Mi Park is now serving his first term as Commissioner and h( believes that he is e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

+&L lUMLLULA MUtf Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Posktffice. Mineola Texas, as second-class mail matter RECORD-BREAKING IE XAS COTTON YIELD MADE HA FIVE HIGHEST ENTRANTS (By Victor 11. Srhoifelmayer) Agricultural Editor of The New*- With five contestants in the 1925 "More Cotton on Fewer Acres" Contest producing from slightly below three bales an acre to considerably above three bales, new records tor cotton growing on unirrigated land in Texas have been established. It these records had been made 01 irrigated land they would have attracted attention anywhere, but having been made without irrigation during a year of great drouth they may be considered as epoch-making. They show what Texas acres properly farm ed can be made to produce. These high yields will prov< ad fertilizer, G. Mont Adams of | engineering department of Te: Smith County made the highest j as A. & M. College, Prof. J. B per acre yield in The News cot- j Bagley in charge. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

"KF. VT^I'ni.A MONIT<Ut Don't Neglect That Stubborn Hacking Cough It is not only dangerous but entirely unnecessary to let a persistent, hack- ing cough rob you of sleep and strength. For through a very simple treaiment you can get almost instant relief, and very often break the most stubborn cough completely in 24 hours. This treatment is based on thef amous prescription known as Dr. King's New Discovery for Coughs. You simply take one teaspoonful at bed-time and hold it in your throat for 15 or 20 seconds before swallowing it. The prescrip- tion has a double action, it not oniy soothes and heals soreness and irrita- tion, but it quickly removes the phlegm and congestion which are the reel cam: of night coughing. So the coughing quickly ceases and you sleep right undisturbed. Dr. King's New Discovery is for coughs, chest colds, sore throat, hoarse ness, bronchitis, spasmodic croup, etc. Fine for children as well as grown- ups—no harmful drugs. Economical, too, as the dose is onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR K T T aiMibhi TALKS WITH AUNT EMM MAKING FARM RECORDS TALK II Vol. 3. Mineola High School No "l8! 0I^ H0W T0 LEAVE AN ESTATE EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Manseil. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Sorili Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams reportebs Margaret Bogan. I Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Second Semester Begins. Mid-terms are over, and sUv dents and teadiere have settlec down to work on the - semester which began Monoa, morning. Severenew classe. began—such as foods V cloth ins 2> Physical Geo., Advance Arithmetic, and Economies. The Yellow Jacket advise.^ <u to work hard, pull together n order that we may be able T' cioss the goal line at the dos. of the second semester next May. M?iy there be lo:s ot nai studying and few failures. Honor Roll. English 10-A Class Adopt Resolutions. On account of mid-term exam .and the many papers to , j-jp honor roll will appear in '1 ''I will try", "I will do m\...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 'RnaaiaiiinnnHuiiiimuiiniiiiji; The raost satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the CHURCHES METHODIST NOTES * THE UNIVERSAL CAR. The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- ned and so well built that few changes have been Jiecssary. You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy flow. % v Ail the ne# models ean be seen at our sales room Place your order now for delivery. ; Watt's Motor Co. Mineola, Texas RilWHWUIHHIlKHtllltllllSlllliUliHUIISUt WHOSE ADVEDTISING BILLS DO YOU PAY? (By Lee Fleeming) Sales Manager, Flyer Garment Company, Fort Smith, Ark. m The store that doesn't adver- tise pays the advertising bill t'o: the one that does. Every merchant in business pays for advertising, whethei he uses it or not. If a competi- tor's advertising takes any bus1' ness away from him, the profit he would have made on the lost j sale is what his competitor^ advertising cost him. You have, perhaps, wondered how some stores can afford tc spend such enormous sums fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

■X % M THE ftttNEOLA MONITOB CITATION BY PUBLICATION IIk iy. «a.Tc 4icu 20 : TFS STATE OF TEXAS, To she Sheriff or any Con- stsiliie of Wood County—Greet- "Y^ct are Hereby Commanded %b mammon Knox White by Mink ia& publication _f this Citation arc-'1 iii each week for four s?uc- cessiv.- weeks previous to the ic y hereof, in some nevvs- par;-'1" Tn your County, ii there cwspaper publi ii c i there- if not, then in auv newt? ublishesJ in the 7th Ju- •istrict; but 'f there he ... opaper published in said Juuieial District, then in a news pqiti published in the nearest Biuret to said '7th Judicial Dis Sf Co appear at the next Segals** term of the District Cou'1 'if Wool County, to be hnl<s -it the C ourt House there af, in Quitman, on the 1st. Mon m February A. D. 1926 tbe same beinyr the 1st day of IPebmary A. D. 1926, then an tkere to answer a petition filed at ivjeid Court on the 17 day of September A. D. 1925, in a suit, numbered on the docket of mid Court No. 5491, wherein ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

THE MENEOLA MONITOR ISTER OF WOOD COUNTY'S FIFTY YEAR CLUB. •• ( - Azbell, Mrs. Julia, Born in Ala;., 1866, Came to Wood Co- unty 1866. Anderson, Winnie, Bora in Va 1827, Came to Wood Countv 1852. Anderson, Quitman, Bora in Wood County 1855. AJdridge, Mrs. Rena, born in Wood county 1868. Apel, Hiram, born in Wood cotinty 1860. Apel, W. H. born in Wood county 1864. Ballard, J. L. born in Tex Came to Wood County 1862. Ballard, Mrs. Emma L. bora in Wood county 1868. Bryant, Mrs. Hell en born in Wood county 1852. Byers, J., A. born in Ala. 1868, came to Wood county 187a Burkett, E. M. bora in S. C 1869, came to Wood county 1869. Blalock, M. R. born in Ala. 851, came to Wood county 1852 Beasley, Mrs. Tessora born in 'ood county 1871. if Bellomy, Mrs. Belle born in Wood county 1873. '"-Brown. W. H. born in Tenn. 185(5;- Ci*me to Wood county 1873. Britton, Z. T. born in Miss. 1847, came to Wood county 1865 Britton. Mrs. Maggie bora in Ala., 1848. came to Wood conn ty 1860. Brummett. J. E. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 11® si iis I nil ii Mil iBIlil Hi. Ullli ! Snappy patterns in Spring < line of house dresses. Gocc | colors at $1.95. B. L. Chappell "AFTER A WHILE—" It isn't the money you spend now thai will make you comfortable by and by— —it's the money you save now—and during ail the "nows" of your produc- ing years. So many people think they will begin to save "after a while"—in the mean- time establishing the spending habit. i FOR SALE—Pair of -rood mule; j cash or credit. W. D. Kitchen. | New spring millinery, brigh' snappy styles ?-t Brooks' Mi! linerv St Gift Shop. Does this seem like good common sense? - sap- i 3!*. I. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas LOCAL 1 }PKNINtf$ Don't forset to pay your poll tax. We have on hand a armal! Tractor that does it all. Breaks bods and cultivates. Will demo strate soon. Look it over. W. D Kitchens & Sons. Miss Elma Van was an Alb visitor Tuesday. For the best hamburgers ant1 sandwiches try Humphrey' Confectionery. You will bt p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 28, 1926. NUMBfeR 49. m HERE COMES THE NEW YEAR That in itself is not particularly im- portant, save as most people look upon it as the beginning of better things—of the turning over of a new sheet. So far as we are concerned, it only means going ahead with the business of making our products better. Perfection IV L'cU Therefore Should You not Cost # % Mineola, | Texas. $ s Nuss' Bakery, To Be Guests Of Mineola Home Is Mineola Lions Club Destroyed By Fire * t Judge Fitzgerald of Dallas aid Hon. Henry Edwards editor ofr the Tyler Journal and Troup Banner, will be guests cf the rMineola Lions today at noonday luncheon at the Club Room. Both these gentlemen are tak- ing an active part in the cam- paign being launched in Tyler to advertise Smith county and East Texas, and the ten year program of better farming 'hat has been inaugurated in Smith county. At an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR tuUk'iiiUii Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager IIIS CROP Entered at Postoffice, Mineoia T*xas. as second-class mail mat!si FARM RICH IN OPPORTUNITY Nothing today offers th; -young man a better opportunity for success, prosperity and indc pendence than farming, saic Francis H. Welch of Taylor, prcs ident of the Texas Bankers' As sociation who was in Dall Saturday. . Mr. Welch has lived all his years in the midst of a com- munity that is renowned for its thrifty farmers and he has seer; it demonstrated that good farm ing will succeed on most an. soil and that bad farming genei ally will fail no matter what th. soil is. "The human element is the important factor in farming. i A dispatch to The News from ! Tyler Tuesday reported that G ' Mont Adams had sold fifteen I baies of his prize-winning crop | together with nine other bak - ! grown on an adjoining thirteei i acres, to E. B. Guthrie & Co. of Dallas. The price was 23c a pound. The cotton graded...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' SAY FOLKS What is it you want? If it is Horse Shoeing or Blacksmith work. Good Gulf Gas and oil Cor:, made into meal, old mat- tresses made new, ov a new mattress made. See J. K. Smith and Sons. Get c. square deal, Mineoia Phone I?. 2-4 tp. SOMETHING NEW.. in HOLIDAY, |ENU5^ Complete Optical parlor at <ynt's. Quick Way to End Dangerous Cough Why let a dsr.~c rous c"ugh hang on when you can, through a simple treat- ment, get speedy rcli f end often break it up completely in. 2-' h ra? This treatment io L?.:vd on the fa- mous Dr. King's New Discovery for Coughs. You take just one teaspoon- fui and held it in your throat f-,-r * 3 or 20 seconds before swallowing it. It ha3 a double action, ii not cniy soothes and heals irritation, 'out also removes the phie-fm and congestion which are the real c.-usr. of the cc ighing. So the worst cough quickly disappear3. Dr. King's New Disco very is for coughs, chest colds, bronchitis, spas- modic croup, etc. Fine for childr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR §§r Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 18 EDITORIAL STAFF -Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams i REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Honor Roll. FIRST GRADE Blankenship, Marjonc. Bobbitt, Oscar. Carcwright, Alvis. Mallory, Eva. Ormsby, Jr., Claud. Shirley, Frank. York, Myra. SECOND GRADE. Clark, James. Chrietzberg, Doris. Chrietzber g, Marie. Courreges, E.J. Hancock, Rema. ' . Merritt, Mary Lou. McGee, Artie Mane. Miller, Edna. Shipp, Bettie Marie. Sinclair, Billie. Vandiver, Adolphus. Vemer, Lois. Wisenbaker, Eoyce. York, Lindley. THIRD GRADE. Adams, Ewing. Beaird, Ruth Ellen. Blankenship, Helen. Bobbitt, Lillian. Carter, De Louis. Hancock, Yv oodrow. Harris, Byron McWhirter, Herbert Ray, Junior Roberts, Reta Snyder, Alfred Williams, James FOURTH GRADE. Har ris, James D. Humphreys, Louis Mabry, Nat Morgan, Mary W ilburn Reed, Harr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE AHNBOLA MONITOR The most satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the g THE UNIVERSAL CAR> 1 The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- | ned and so well built that few changes have been | necssafy. | | You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy | now. | 1 All the new models can be seen at our sales room I i ' s i Place your order now for early delivery. | 1 S M | Watt's Motor Co. | ' S =: j = Mineola, Texas | § - i <WBIttlllUUUlliHlllllinil!Uiili!! UI!U (Ul>iKiMIIIl!I1HmiW: iltlHilHllli:iltiiUIHtUiilUiiHtiii(lllii!!UlilIilt!lflBIHUil CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES f y t y Nourishing Drink Children^^ V* */Ji POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (%*> Announcements in this column are made subject to the action of the Democratic primary dec tion July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement i e<- for district offices, . .15; for co unty offices, $10; for preciue; offices, $5. Payable upon re- ceipt of order. We are authorized to announce ID ABIES anil children, the stum* 'is adul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE MHS'EOLA MONITOR CITATION iJY PUBLICATION TKF STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or an;.* Con- st. 4e c f Wood Coir.uy—Oreet- av: >r" ire Herebv Commanded to s munon Knox White by na* *ju£ publication f this C'uaiior iik.c? o each week for four t vic- 3e<.<5iv > weeks previous lo lite it ( >n or about the 1st day ol Nov hereof, in some news- ember 1921 the defendant; made D. 1926, the same being the 1st; fendant he provided her with day of February A. D. 1926. j the necessities of life and wit- then and there to answer a pet- out cause defendant left ihim ition filed in said Court on the [ to live with another man that j 17 day of September A. D. ; 1925 in a suit, numbered on the I docket of said Court No. 5490 ; wherein S. W. Hart is Plaintiff ! and S. E. White is Defendant and said petition alleging Thai 1 is not related to her in any way That said conduct of defendant .has made it impossible anci in- supportable for him to live with her again as his wife. Wherefore...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE B0NBOLA MONITOR COTTON SEED Whether to plant STAPLE COTTON SEED, or depend longer on ' half and half" is a question now being agitated by farmers and merchants alike. A farmers successful experinece in raising cot- ton should be his best guide in this matter. However, there is a, serious probability that another large cotton crop will make a greater difference in the selling price? of short cotton and staple cotton than has heretofore been made. This should be seriously considered by the farm er before he risks his years work on "half and half" cot- ton. The winner of the 1925 DALLAS NEWS COT- TON CONTEST was Mr. G. Mont Adams, of Smith Co.. and he raised staple cotton—MEBANE TRIUMPH. V\\ believe it will pay to plant good staple cotton, and if thi-' section needs it are willing to finance one or more cars ol CERTIFIED MEBANE SEED. We can also secure somf good ROWDEN SEED. We will be glad to talk COTTONSEED need* [with all of our customers, and invite them to come ir right away i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 January 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOIt A 5ale That Sets 'Em Crazy The Big Fire Sale of the Conine Fire Goods in full blast at the Red Store, Grand Saline, Texas. STORE CLOSES AFTER SATURDAY. Three Days more of furious selling-—Thursday, Friday and Saturday The biggest onslaught of Damaged, Slightly Damaged and First-Class Merchandise. Thousands of eager and anxious buyers will be here. There never was such crowds as has been here. All goods at one-half and less than one-half, some for almost nothing. THE RED STORE GRAND SAL1NF, TEXAS jj|||j||ll i: Ulljlti!!! Beautiful Patterns in new j Spring Ginghams, 2:Mn. wide ' just think, price only 20c a yard I ('raver Bros. "AFTER A WHILE--" It isn't the money you spend now that will make you comfortable by and by— —it's the money you save now—and during alt the "nows" of your produc- ing years. So many people think they will begin to save "after a while"—in the mean- time establishing the spending habit. Does this seem like good common sense? MMEOLA STATE BAN...

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