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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR <y-<\ *'%r1 THE CAST The C. L Mistrot Sale is Taking Like Wildfire Merchandise of all kinds is offered at a fraction of their real worth. 1 have bought out the C. C. Moore stock of goods and I am placing that stock on sale regardless of value. I have also shipped about $3,000.00 worth of new goods from Dallas and St Louis and those stocks are now on sale at prices to close out in a few days. The DISTRESSED PRICES are all marked in plain figures. I SHOES Shoes over 900 pairs glen's. Ladies and children's flippers your chance tA buy. patent leath- er pumps at #5<^39c, 69c, 79c, 89c and $9gu iA chance to buy your sh$£&ti$ a fraction of their cost. f' Meils $2.00 | overalls, another pair for (. ..... 10c Boys wool kaee pants at 25 to 50c White oil cloth .29e Suit cases'^.. , .99c Remnants 6ver 1000' pieces all displayed on counters and mark- ed at distress prices. 25 pairs of fine men's pants at distress prices: j LADIES DRESSF.S ETC. Childrens dresses a...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

THE MINEOLA M(i\ (&un<f]fowy GOLDEN NEWS ft as true the things we al- most in life are the we expend most thought, and work. Fix firmly in 4Br mnul what we wish to be and do then move along: steadily turning o&r ideal. Remeniber* iagtfeai earnest desire confident ^expectation and joyful work the triple key to attain- Segtiig at the Methodist terer Sunday night was good, a crowd attended. fjewrge >Hubbard Ro^insn is fttT sick with typhoid fever. M5ss Reba Harpolc is very ill. Host e'<ery one is jubilant ever the sunshine. "No time for jwfaping horses". A few more 4iyg of pretty weather will put a deep tuck in long- faces. Mrs, Lela Butts and little son vetaraed from Breckenridge last Mir, John Mize and wife were gBBit) of Mr. and Mrs. John flamsoK Sunday. lfet Lela McKw.io and lit- tle daughter and Miss Opal Mat- hews of Alba and Miss Jewell One of Houston spent Thurs- with Mrs. Hattie Northcut Br. and Mrs. Dorsey are the parents of a fine baby How heathenism waste l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

THE MINEOLA MON1TOP t ^ F *■ ^£3? t. v:,'-- v{Hr vs ft.'*-' "X' / * J. ,-v • , Bttfc.jr -f ■ ' -' • • ~n v-G& ? r&i ~Manaqer \ -\ ljj_ p ~ £ fc r-jz J <! Another "Bull'' Durham adver- tisement by Will Rogers, Zieg- f eld Follies and screen star, an( leading American humorist More comic?!* Watch for them. ver- N| ieg- I and I ist. em. $i jzsvfi , P.S. There will be another piece in this paper soon. Look for it. v# 4t- Z>t0° Guaranteed by •kCOKMRATIB 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City A Diseription of Myself HOW LAND JAR VIS CHRISTIAN INSTI TUTE SUMMER SCHOOL June 7 to Julv 22 W. R. Morehouse Reveals Further Schemes by Which Poor Widows Are Bereft of Their Savings—Unbelievable Frauds Are Worked on the Uninformed. Ey W. R. MOREHOUSE, Public Relations Commission, American Bankers Association. No Governorship For Mine My good old friend the Gov- .^emor of Oklahoma was in to see fflie at the theatre the other night. I had just had humorous mention as a candidate for thr.r posit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 May 1926

:{w i; i 3 j THE MINISOLA MQS3TQ& m Live at Home There can bej 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 fcimple food and feed; a few good cows, hogs and hens, will provide a sure living at home, and a surplus beside. The Handwriting on the Wall in the fu- ture prosperity of this section is DIVER- SIFICATION. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Hot pit barbecue daily at Mallory Bros. Mxs^ E. D. 3cptt is very ill at this time.: :i Mrs. C. C. Sissler -of Duncan Ok., is a guest of relatives in Mineola at this time. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Adrian were business visitors in Wills ®© rt watch and jewelerv ! Point Saturday. snepaL^iig ac Flyut's. j j Mrs. Weddle has returned to Let us repair your old FurnH her home after a visit with her tune DuBose & Case. i sister, Mrs. C. C. Moore. JMr&. G. N. Peart spent a Mrs. C. L. White of Quit . w days of last week In Dallas ! spent Sunday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 June 1926

B * K It*- The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 1926. NUMBER 15. Baker hf Bread is Your Best Foed Eat More of it Perfection * € ♦ £ h * * | Mmeola Boy Scout irooo Enioy Outing - J ' The Mine-Ma troop ot B |V Scouts left Monday .oou undor command of SjOU4: Masters. W. L. Caiman and W. N Richard- son, for Latce Fork Tourist Park where they are spending this week in camp. Lake Fork Tout 1st Par":: is admirably located and fitted cut for i«n ideal camping guund, it <> 4: proved ! There : : hole e"i ! Cost Therefore Should You Specify is the Ma:I:'r oi ,.r. DAN MOODY TO SPEAK HERE Announcement has been made j that Dan Moody will address the voters of Mineola tomorrow (Friday), it is earnestly desir- ed that a good number of the voters take advanVge of the opportunity to hear Mr. Moody. Mr., Moody will speak at the Select Theatre at 2:30 o'clock.- propert\ r.nd has ju:-t b:-en in: and beaut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 June 1926

RAPS MA- MOODY "BET" DISGRACE FUL, SAYS CANDIDATE The Enterprise Big Wholesale Cleanup Sale. W innsborc Jim Ferguson, proxy ^ove:-:: v offers to bet the office of Gov- ernor against the office of At- torney General. Dan Moody ac- cepts the bet. The -wo highest offices within the gift of the people of Texas are bus placed upon the plane of a "negro crap game". The honor and dignity of these two great offices is in- sulted and disgraced ov in- cumbents to a degree that ngs a blush of shame to -very decent and right thinking eitizen in this state. The legal and moral codes of Texas condemn gam./ ling, even when it involves pro perty owned by the -ambiers. The offices held by the Gover- nor and the Attorney General are solemn trusts granted by the people of Texas, the hold- ers of thse offices have no more right to gamble them away than they would have to gamble a- way the estate of widows and orphans entrusted to ihem by a dead friend or relative. Fergu- son's failure to respect a publ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 0 GOLDEN GLEANINGS There is one way to live and vHia& is with the universal law that as we give we get. Consis- .tesntly dp the right thing, the thing, the Joviu^ ching, - will mean for i s frier.d unity, comradeship. Our .■'■■■tfbaxmg joy with others helps • our own joy to increase. Even Vthfi knowledge that others be- v, -zome more joyful through shar :i jMig.in our good help our own joy ft© grow. Several of our neighbors have g&ae to Limlale to pick berries. *;W« are told the berry crop is :< there this season. "ffiom BeNomy went to Walters Thursday. r Milt Harpole, wife and daugh Lula V&n, made a trip to /Audbmore, Okla., Friday and re- tturned Sunday night. Mrs. Cora Bellomy of Bowie, ' Texas, came in Saturday for an • fiscbended visit with her daught vers, Mrs. Ben Chaney, Mrs. "Mamie McQueen and other rela Arsdmore, Okla., moved back to r iives. Newt Harpole and family of Monday. They left here ~ 10 years ago. "There is no place Mike home." ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 June 1926

K4-- r JARV1S CHRISTIAN INSTI THE SUMMER SCHOOL June 7 to Julv 22 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS : Announcements in this column JarvB Christian Inst.tute wU d subject to the acti< nm.T - noo , . , j : of the Democratic primary «. The EJce Powder with The Bis Black I THE MINE OLA MONITOR .... 'j- ~! 1ST AMERICAN YOUTH ENTRY open its second, session June 7. The faet tha partment ol i co'gn'izc all v. n. Jarvis Summer credit for wort 24th. 192G Announcen piv teaching. Courses hsv to meet vV < elementary, ju Inch soiioo rr es m .upei tra i are pal?. SVi perv ers. St udei make u p ba admi! t -; d Th r>si 2 i at immc di Cl l-C ? Presi x. TT Prof". L JI < 11:10 E l'imb iXD. AT;' Tex CART? I >• For C -r G. Wee' !' ' ' out- manj friend? or then* help and !. " the lornr iatiess a .<l death of on1 Husbadn and FatJ .. the y ''n*'':i- ; we t> : D ma: fr * tb • :v u "tn '' >r - . r, restore hirr to h-r'in es- j peeially do we thand Bro. Shoe I maw for th > coi • Vim* words ^ v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR When yr>n buy John Deere implements you j are sure of prompt repot.-' service throughout then lone life Milk Gives Most Food Value At Least Cost i i 1 B ;:nv H. C. Hook3. iooa ' . c tivator that . lake. gc It is u-.v a" I ve. t farmers whe aerr.;:r. ;*. You car: cc.lt'. wr.te . •' £ .11 ~ .S> V1,.'bWlV-c nasy vrith the i-/r justed arc!: pt id jnc -c3 '.h tr.e rest. . i *"OV " CiCpG :e simply-aa- variitlcn of ing the rigs to fee rev . ' :n hilr.r^ or "laying by" the c u:: 1- ''c- ing the tendency to or: it . ther to or from the row. Thir e xs away with the hardest work of cultivating. Simple depth control insures even cultivation—just a turn of the tail bolt does it. We would like to phew you lha BF ths next time you arc town WHITTEN HARDWARE CO. Concoction point between IU tinjr spring yoke ar,d beam coup- ling can be raised or 1 owe r d, assuring proper penotraticn in Improved c o r.e f.cup*ing—no adjust- ment re uured except tc * n-ix up vear. VTkeeis La-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 June 1926

i iih MINEOLA MONITOR nnhii'ii Live at Home There can bej 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 Hinple food and feed; a few good cows, , hogs and hens, will provide a sure living at home, and a surplus beside. The Handwriting on the Wall in the fu- ture prosperity of this section is DIVER- SIFICATION. MINEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas iii IE | Editor and Mrs. Proctor of the Grand Saline Sun were visi- tors in Mineola last Sunday afternoon. Buy your Parts, Labor, Tires and Accessories here on a monthly installment plan Watts Motor Company. Mrs. J. F. Dovvell visited 'nor daughter, Mrs. W. E Patrick Fridav of last week. Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, see Mrs. I' M. McKav. 12 3 fcc Marshall Harris of San An tonio spent a few days of this week with old time friends in Mineola. Four room house, city vai<\r but no lights in good communi- ty wiil rent for $10.00 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

7 tl; % The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1926. NUMBER IS. i# Ei i I Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Attorney General Speaks The Alien Academy * ! «1 * I To Mineola Audience Band In Concert Perfection #*• not Cost Therefore Should You Specify Last Friday afternoon Dan Mo'ody, present attorney gener al of Texas, end candidate tor the governorship, addressed a fair sized audience in Mineola at the Select Theatre., It w«s the first opportunity matfy of our citizens have had of seeing the attorney general. Mr. Moody was introduced to his Mineola audience by Judge V. B. Harris of Quitman, who !, stated that two years ago he ;j supported Ferguson for gover- nor and was the organizer of j the Wood county Ferguson I j Club, but that this year he is >i supporting the candidacy of > | Dan Moody. ► j Moody we? greeted with ap- plause when he rose to speak. & EASTERN STAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

THE MINE OLA AiONiXOtf The Mineola Monitor IT-w- Davidson Is For Lvnch . Published Every Thursday I R. H. Carraway, Manager __ I Entered at Pos'-office. M'neoiu T«xas, as second-class mail mattei MARSHALL, Texas, -June 5. 'I am goir.jr to support Lynch Davidson," said former Lieu. Gov. T. W. Davidson, in intro- ducing hiserstwhile political op- ponent on the public square ai Marshall, Texas, this afternoon i before a large audience of his We do not favor letting the ..jeHrn f/oing to support him women do the work , especiaji.v when, the work to be done is a "man's job." It is not known just what will j be done concerning the buildings whether The Leader Cash Store j will reopen or not. Damage was estimated at $50,000.—Winns- boro News. Texas has a ' man's job" awaiting attention down at Aus- tin and there is no excuse for sending a boy or a woman to do the job. One Ferguson supporter sum- med up the Moody speach here last Friday in these words: "Moody knocked down a few aeoms for Da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

THE MINEQLA MONITOR ♦ * POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this colu-nn are made subject to the actio), of the Democratic primary tle< tion July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement fe^ for district offices, . 15; for co unty offices, $10; for preciuci offices, $5. Payable upon re ceipt of order. We are authorized to amv— ,:e For Representative: R. M. SMITH. For District Attorney, 7t - Judi cial District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Giimei D. R. PENDLETON, of Tyler. For County Judge: E. A. THARP, of Mineola. H. V. PUCKETT. The Lace Powder with The Big Black X 0 ... :• r IV- . / io one that :s unconciiiior.a ly- trinrnr- teed. Guaranteed to Ijcr..; !; noul'r- stcn_x hcc. plants, etc. It is Prat's I tiered Lie*- Kilicr. Dust soir.e c:i a lu-n. You 11 i o amascd. Put -.«rr:: . th> tiust bath. How quickly the hono pep up: Completely free of l.cc. A b: r-: ous ci:tor-!op can for a quarter— marked with a big black X ur.dor 'he Prutt name. Powdered Lice Killer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

•'fc: VrH* •.* - , - • .-*£ f --A. •?• ?!. y.i v5 ■ v \ >?'!%' y ■ Mistrot's Big Sale at Mineola We are converting the C. C. Moore stock into cash, also $3000 worth of other merchandise all to be sold during the next few days. There is a reason for people attending this sale which is cheaper than a Bankrupt Sale. A BIG 99c SALE Ladies Hats value up to $5.00 . ; 99c Men's summer underwear, two suit&-,fpr ............ • • • - 99c 6 to l&yards fine bleaching 99c Qyards dimities worth 25c. 99c Ladies> Patent Leather Slippers ..... 99c 10 yards Gingham worth 19c 99c Men's and Boy's Pants 99c Dress Paterns Extra Quality 3 yds. for .... ......... .99c Men's Big Straw Hats 75c value 2 for ...... ;....' "... 99c Ladies Slippers 99c Men's Biue Shirts two for :. 99c Men's Dress Shirts 99e Eeady Made Sheets 99c uiass Tumblers, six for . . .25c Regular 5c tablets, two for. 5c Children's 25c purses .. 10c Needles, two papers j ....... 5c Machine Needles ; . . 5fc Men's fine Scaj-fs ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

.. >• TH® MINEOLA MONITOR Nitroiene Proves it's superiority over tetra -Ethyl-Lead compositions in labora- tory and actual road tests. Motor fuels are tested under what is known as 'detonation tests' and every explosion is scientifically recorded for1 knocks.5 Results of test conducted by Standard Oil Company of Louisiana at Batfcon Rouge laboratory: ♦♦♦ ❖ * Staijidard Oil Co's Ordinary Fuel Test!—3 Knocks Test 2—3.75 Knocks Tesji 3—7.00 Knocks Stand ard Oil Ethyl Gas Test 1—1.15 Knocks Test 2—1.90 Knocks , Test 3—2.53 Knocks Nitroiene Test 1—0.86 Knocks Test 2—0.91 Knocks Test 3—0.96 Knocks jj Laboratory tests conducted in conjunction with Standard Oil Co. General Motors Co., and Ethyl Gasoline Corporations at Yonkers, New York Laboratory. Amount of Tetra-Ethyl-Lead used by Standard Oil Company to quart of gas 10 C. C. v Ethyl Gas show ed 2.48 Knocks. Nitroiene Gas showed 1.56 Knocks. All Lead Gases are poisonous. Nitroiene is an organic composition and is an accepted Super-fuel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR BIG BANKRUPT t, - * - BEGINNING Saturday JUNE 12TH BEGINNING Saturday JUNE 12TH -Lhe AV* D. Kitchens & Sons Hardware business at Mineola was sold by the Bankrupt Court at public sale. I was very fortunate in being able to buy a good business like this, at such a big discount. I am going to continue the business at Mineola, and want to get acquainted and establish- ed. I am going to share my good purchase with the people of this trade territory, by making special prices for a few days to adjust the stock. "i Bankrupt Sale Prices will be made on the entire stock. Noth- ing will be reserved. Everything goes at a big discount. The Stock was Bought Cheap from the Bankrupt Court and it will be sold cheap. It means the saving of many dollars to the people of this county. Come to the store and be convinced that this is the Greatest Sale of its kind ever put on in Mineola. You will be surprised and amazed at the wonderful bargains, 1 The present market values nor the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The •BULL'S EYE anaqer & Another Bnli" Durham mm advertisement by Will Rogers, Zicgfeld Follies and screen star, sod lesd- Sn| American h*mori t. More contog. Watch for them* The Farmer Can't Stand Much More Help Like He Has Been Getting 1^ Congress say they are helping the Fanner. Tiiey are in Washington ON salary. He is home trying to pay it. Farmers have had more advice and less relief than a wayward son. If ad- vice sold for 10c a column, Farmers Quid be richer than Bootleggers. And when they get all through ad- vising, there is just one thing will help the Farmers. That is eliminate some of the middlemen and let the two ends meet. The Consumer and the T Producer are two men in America that have never even seen each other. Cut out the middle and tie the two ends together. When a steer starts from the feed pen to the table, there is about 10 to take a bite out of him, bufore he reaches the family that pay for him. Who wears the best clothes or „ drives the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MOMTOi Have your car repaired now and PAY THIS FALL#. Watts Motor Company. m CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE- One of this banks' unfailing policies is strict confidence in any matter enti usted to us. Feel free to come in and talk over your business affairs with the officers of this bank. Re- member, we are here to serve the people of this community to the best of our knowledge and ability. W. C. DuBose, C. E. Revelle and E. A. Reeves left last week for Harlingen, Texas where they spent severe,1 days. Mr. Jim Hayes and wife of Hallsville visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. S-'-ott lr.st r.imdu.'. vou ! You can't go wrong if .. I have your barber work done at jthe Sanitary Barber Shop. L. | Sanders, Prop. Ciafidential Service is a fixed part of the vice extended by this bank, no matter sUght the transaction. ser how MfNEOLA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Mrs. Sarah Hart left test week for Greenville where she will visit with her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nye an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

published MINEOLA^ VOLUME Monitor est Op mineola and wood county TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1926. NUMBER ii. Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Perfection not Cost Therefore Should You Specify New Cooling System At Select Theatre Last Monday evening the edi tor atended the production "In Hot Water" by He r old Lloyd and all star east, at the Select Theatre, the picture was up to the standard of Harold Lloyd producions end replete with amusing incidents. But one of the most enjoyable features of a good picture show is a cool, comfortable house, one can en- joy the show much more this warm weather if there is an abundance of cool fresh air cir- culating throughout the build- ing. The Gulf Breeze Cooling System recently installed by the Select management is all that its name implies, one can now sit in the theatre and enjoy the cool and refreshing gulf breeze. Last Monday was, according to the weather man, a record breaking hot day for this time of the year, but it was so ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

THE MINEOLA AiUMiwH Former Lieutenant Governor Lynch Davidson Will Address the Voters of Mineola Tuesday June 22nd at Select Theatre In the interest of his candidacy for Governor of Texas Hear Him. The Mineola Monitor doubtless have assured victory —The Fairfield Recorder. Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Mineola ffexas, as second-class mail matter. WHAT THE EDITORS SAY OF DAVIDSON CAMPAIGN. Race Between Lynch and Ma ( Lynch Davidson and Dan Moody will find Mrs. (Ma) Fei guson hard to beat said a strong j Ferguson supporter to the writ er a few nights ago. Others ex j press a similar opinion and some I | say that the candidate who de j feats Mrs. Ferguson will be the j 1 next Governor of Texas. We do j ; not presume to know but some* j how we feel that the race is | going to be between Mrs. Fer i guson and Lynch Davidson.— Jeff McLemore, Editor H-broi. ville Times, ^. —j; Weary Hate Campaigns It is our firm conviction that the support of a majo...

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