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in by late had in to farms Sacramento one and citrus marketing agreement of the AAA itself. Woman Finds Gold Nugget In Tailholt Gravel WHITB RIVER (Tulare Co.), get, valued at $15 at the present prices for gold, was picked up recently by Mrs. Annie James of White River, famous early day gold camp, while she was gathering gravel for her chickens. Mrs. had gone to the bottom of a gulch near her home, below the old Keyea mine, to get gravel for her chicken pen. Scooping up the gravel, she noticed the yellow glint and picked up the nugget. The White "River country, known in the old- days as Tailhult, was formerly a rich gold camp and many dollars in gold were taken out while the camp flourished. Prospectors arc still active in the region and some make better than wages in placer mining. GROUP PLAXS SERVICE tuts. lor M. II lor to 6 will made All lunds of family and friends Beo

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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 24 Apr 1936, Fri,
  3. Page 26

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