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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

it :?.(v ife m «£. WL W r> I Great Soldier's Be>£ Speeding Motor Car Cn black day In April, 101S. when the British iir: y v.., ; 1. " t in« for Its I ''Ml!! 1 I*- :i * ■ ji' r*t In Hit? rctre;:tl; : | ,,i war wreck- age thill ('.!! i| 111 ' : ■i'.-a leading went- ward from our m; Min;: front. II whs a shining lim ;i. Ine, nil plate Class and upholnei-y, with a solitary occupant 1. 'hind the smart soldier driver, a gen -riil odcer of the type coiamoi.ly -. n as a "lira llal." He was muffled In :;n overcoat, and he half sat, half r ■ • Ii11:■ <I on tin; cushions, Ids head tilled ti<:; in I the padded back, altogether an Incongruous pic- ture of ease and contentment. The tired and hungry soldiers tin the road looked at him with amazement, for he was asleep. Few of them noticed the union jack on the top of the car, or realized that I he only man who slept in all that tragic multitude was the in 0."-— Sir Douglas Haig as he was then, or that he slept from sheer < niiaustlo...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

*AG® TEN THE BUSK CHEROKEE AN PREEASTER SALE ♦:♦ N [#] N Beginning Next Saturday, March 31st, and Continuing Through the Following Week, We Will Give Ten Per Cent Discount .ON EVERY PURCHASE MADE AT OUR STORE. t You don't have to buy something you don't need to share in this saving, but the discount applies to any article you buy, no matter how small or large the purchase DRESSES, SUITS, SHOES, HOSIERY, PIECE GOODS, and Everything Else Carries the Same Discount. Big Saving on Your Easter Buying 20c Dress Gingham 5 CeiltS NEXT SATURDAY, MARCH 31ST, at 1 o'Clock we will sell ICO Yards Regular 20c A Yard Dress Gingham, your own selection, at 5c a Yard—4 Yards Only to a Family. $14.50, $13.50, $12.50 and $9.95 Spring Dresses Your Choice Saturday, March 31st Only $7.50 ODOM'S DRY GOODS and READY-TO-WEAR South Side Square (Cash Store Stand) RUSK, TEXAS w u T f ? ❖ ❖ f Y ❖ ❖ f f ❖ t t f t ❖ t ? f f ❖ t f f t Y ❖ f t f t t t ? f ❖ t f T Y ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ' tl I / I /I Rayon Dress Good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

i Tee rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. TIIUKSDW, Al'IM. 1928 VOL. 9. No. 43 A. G. Odom Out F or Local Banks Forced Nothing Accomplished County Commissioner To Adopt New Plan. In College Meeting. After having the question under consideration for some time, A. G. (BudH)dom, the lifelong citi- zen and well known druggist, has decided to ask for the nomination for the office of County Com- missioner from the Rusk District, as will be ?een from his announce rmnt in another column. Mr. Odom asks for this office because he believes he can ef- ficiently discharge the duties' that as a property owner and tax payer he has had occasion to familiarize himself with and keep advised as to the interests of the county and those who maintain ; its government, and that upon adhering to his platform "Econ- j omy in office, with equal righ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

~fv'y7' ™*i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN J AGE TWO SPECIAL ALLOWANCE OFFER A-B GAS RANGES BATTL£ GREEK THURSDAY will be a RED LETTER DAY IN RUSK for at 8:00 A. M. we open what we believe to be the most outstanding Gas Range Sale for sheer values ever attempted. In fact, it is like a dream come true. Price, Terms, Quality, Stove Allowance, Free Premiums. Everything is included in this "Trade it in Sale." $10.00 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE No need using the old stove any longer—when you can sell it to us for $10.00 and have a New Modern A-B Gas Range placed in your home for $2.00 addi- tional, and eighteen months to pay the balance. FREE DISHES In addition to the old stove allowance and extraordi- nary low terms offered during this sale, we will give every purchaser of an A-B Range a beautiful set of dishes without cost, something every woman will be proud to own. $2.00 DOWN PAYMENT America's Finest Gas Range will be placed in your home for the sum of $2.00 during this sale. Make your selection early, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

= "1:1 • | i •>* ■ ■ •'A: PAGE THREE r 23&&zfrSayA You'll fall for prices because our prices have fallen for you. KIN iv 1 ' I I- i i PICKETS TOR 'FENCES ei 5: GARDEN TINE vs. CHICKENS Along about this time of year begins the annual war between chickens and the gardener. The fowls just seem to smell fresh turned earth in the atmosphere. Forestall any trouble this year by ordering chickeh proof fencing from us. The Powell Land & Lumber Co. Rusk, Texas MILDr.. REMEMBER WE. HANDLE . . . DETROIT JEWEL and BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES Designed for Gas. Also EUREKA HOT WATER TANKS. Undertaking Department n this we specialize, with all the demand exacts in most appropriate service. The department is in charge of a regular Licensed Embalmer. W. H. WALLACE CO. Hardware and Undertakin School Bond Situation. • Iiuslf, Tex., March 29, 1928. The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas. Gentlemen: As I am one of the Plaictiffs in a suit enjoining the Trustees of the Rusk Independent School Distri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

H' THE RU3K CHEROKEEAN *1* UHM^MIomn* mam «MMMmilWllllllltllllllllll1l1lllM^^ X Y f ? t f Y ? t t t t t f t 5! "Honesty Is The Best Policy" So wrote the Sage of long ago, and it is true to this good day We Guarantee our work, and its a guarantee that will Make Good % Let Us Figure Your Bill Save Money Do It By Taking Advantage of Our BIG PENSLAR SALE Starting April 5tli Closing April 7th | ❖ s ❖ 1 f i Mill! V m B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER MAKE $1.00 GO AS FAR AS TWO DOES IT PAY? Uh MAN WAKES UP in the morning af- H ter sleeping under an advertised blank- et, on an advertised mattress and pulls off advertised pajamas; takes a bath in an ad- vertised tub, shaves with an advertised razor, washes with an advertised soap, pow- ders his face with an advertised powder, dons advertised underwear, hose, shirt, col- ar, shoes, suit, handkerchief; sits down to breakfast of advestised cereal, drinks a cup of advertised coffee; puts on an advertised hat, lights an advertised cigar, ride...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

' v • - ' - ,. ? ■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items Who knows? You may be the lucky one at White's Store. "S*y It With Flower.." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral1 designs. Major R. L Coleman o£ Dallas, was here last Saturday. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Rembert Guinn and Miss Roseiyn Whitman of Dallas, were week end visitors here with rel- atives. Mack Duty of Jacksonville, was here Monday on business. Judge L. D. Guinn made a bus- iness trip to Austin, Tuesday. DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. Lest you forget, phone your order for Easter flowers to Mrs. Lee Ross, The Florist, Phone 53. Mrs. P. M. Priest returned Sunday, from a several week's visit at the home of her father, L. W. Tittle. C. K. Norwood of Maydellel was a visitor here Saturday. Free Suit's, free Show, at White's Store May 5th. See the Pool girls at White's Store May 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Carter, ! of Tulsa Oklahoma, ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

PAGE SIX m nw GHSBOniAJt fv':' • f?'''">- ™ fT''H ■•■$ WJ!' *iPl| v ;, ; #,:.■■ N >y 11 The Rusk Cherokeean ubliah*d avery Cherokee \ weekly wrapaper pubtu Friday morning at Ruak, County, Texas. H- O. WAHD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 31# Sntered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Ru k, Texas, under the Act of Marth 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-5® Six Months -75 Three Months -40 Some people's idea of pros- perity is to be able to buy any- thing they want on time. o Our idea of an easy job, os- sicle of running a country hotel, would be to hold the position of chairman of a state prohibition organization. O Two of the most difficult things in Ihe world to loc.°.te are a vaccillating man and the one-eyed car. You can never tell for certain on just which side they are located. An excellent example oi vanity is that displayed by the man who carries an ad on a moving picture slide, just to get to see ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN i it PAGE SEVHM ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcement in this column are made subject to the Democratic Nom- inating Primary, to be held on July 2ith., 1928. Ct F jr Congress Second Congressional District S. H SANDERS Of Shelby County For Representative H. T. BROWN. For County Attorney W. E. STONE For Tax Collector ALBERT HOLCOMB A R. ODOM J. W. PEARSON P. B. (Pete) MUSSLEWHITE. For County Clerk F. C. BINGHAM For District Clerk A. M. VINING ELLA MAE CORNELISON. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, E. L. PENLAND E. S ERWIN For County Judge J. J. (Cap) BOLTON ALTON B. CHANDLER For Sheriff I. C. (Dred) MARTIN R. R. GRAY For Tax Assessor C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE Second Term. For County Treasurer Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS Mus. E (Gunc) DtJPREE For Commissioner, Prec. No. 1 LOUIS BULTER E. M. GOOD SON A. G. (Bud) ODOM For Publi Weigher, Pre. No. 1 \ . T. BROWN ALBERT PHIFER A. F. LANIER V. T ECHOLS. For Justice of the Peace, Prec. 1. J. O. CO UPLAND. For Constable Precinct No. 1 J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1928

' $ i — fs vjrv v->' v-v. * • f r-v THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■MM Y Y t t ? t t ? f t t ? f ❖ ❖ f ❖ f ❖ t t ? Y ? Y ♦> t ? Y t t Y Y f ❖ t t ❖ ❖ A V ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ !« Two Big Extra Specials in Our Pre-Easter Sale NEXT SATURDAY (k/ Any Pair Men's $5.00 and $6.00 Pants. Saturday- $3.95 Any Virginia Hart $1.95 Wash Dress. Saturday- $1.59 Ten Per Cent Discount on Every Cash Purchase Made This Week. Good Time to Make a Substantial Saving on a Spring Suit. Every Suit has two pairs of pants. They are Hart Schaffner & Marx, Kirschbaum and Merit Brands. Guaranteed 100 per Cent Wool and to stand up. Prices $22.05 and up. Boys' and Young Men's All Wool Suits with two pairs of pants, Snappy Spring Patterns, $14.85 to $19.35. DR. SCHOLL'S Foot Comfort Expert from Chicago will be here Thursday, April 19th. This Expert will make an analysis of your feet on Dr. Scholl's Pedo-Graph on your stockinged feet, which brings to light any foot trouble ycu may have. This service is FREE. Take advanta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

y?,C, ;;-' : ' . • . " ■ V ■■■'- . 1 ■ V"- • ' \ > 4 M ' ' . 'X ^ilwT &3E "1 "" • • The Rusk Cherokeean 0 WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 2?, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSO \Y, AI'KII. 12 1928 VOL. 9. No. 44 J \ ) School Trustees Election Develops Much Interedt This Section Escapes From Recent Freeze. The election of the three school trustees for Rusk Independent, School District, to take the places of W. H. Hanna, Mrs. Louis Butler and Mrs. T. 1 Fraz er, whose times were expiring, proved to bring out more interest than anticipated. Something like 250 votes were cast, and the election resulted in the selection of the present in- cumbents. This would indicate, if any- thing particular, that the pres- ent administration was unquali- fidely indorsed for their record in the conduct of the affairs of our schools. Commissioner's Court. ran .-i - The regular mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

Millions of Model T F <3 are stt active service FOR nearly twenty years, the Model T Ford led the motor industry and it still is used by more people than any other automobile. More than eight million Model T Fords are in active service today—an indication of their sturdy worth, reliability and economy. Because of the tremendous investment which people have in these cars and because so many of them will be driven for two, three, and even five more years, the Ford Motor Company will continue to make replacement parts until, as Henry Ford himself says, "the last Model T is off the road." For the Ford Motor Company has always believed that its full duty consists not only in making a good automobile at a low price, but also in keeping it running efficiently for you as long as possible at a minimum of expense. No matter where you live, therefore, you can still buy Model T Ford parts with the same assurance as formerly, knowing that they will give you the kind of service you have a righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

7 he easiest wav to get back on your feet is to sell your ear. W ■ •'•rill il./f I ( <1 ;; - |«1 1 I j; 0 1 The Smart Guy Keeps Well Posted. There are certain well defined uses for posts, the most important of which is the holding up of fen- cing, to keep things in or out, or both. Our posts are good soldiers. They stand guard until the comminuting officer tolls 'em to fall out. If they don't get the command, they'll stay right there until their feet blossom. Keep posted on posts. Post Office. Make our place your IS 5S ' B ; i ! The Powell Land & Lumber Co. Rusk, Texas i REMEMBER WE HANDLE ... DETROIT JEWEL and BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES Designed for Gas. Also EUREKA HOT WATER TANKS. Undertaking Department in this we specialize, with all the demand exacts in most appropriate service. The department is in charge of a regular Licensed Embalmer. W. H. WALLACE CO. Hardware and Undertakin !!!<!!:«,>< KXixva&QWfSiO¥x,X Si g QUALITY AND PRICE These Two Things Are the Main...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

■ B THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN 44 Honesty Is The Best Policy" So wrote the Sage of long ago, and it is true to this good day We Guarantee our work, and its a guarantee that will Make Good Let Us Figure Your Bill B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER f ? ? ? ❖ t f V ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ *1* IilIlllBllliUI!ilii!iiilililHIl!lll!llilIlii:iilIIIII)9llllffi!inU1iniltlUlffiI!filI ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ WE HAVE EXTENDED THE ONE-CENT SALE THROUGH THIS WEEK SANCO HOT WATER HEATERS No. 20 $50.00 No. 30 $65.00 No. 40 $80.00 Your Water Stays Hot on a Tiny Pilot Liplit. MAKE $1.00 GO AS FAR AS TWO ODOM DRUG CO. LICENSED AND BONDED PLUMBERS ALL EXAMINED BY THE STATE OP TEXAS J. P. GRAUL PLUMBING CO. Telephone 249 or 305 lll!ll!llll!l!lll!l!lllll!ll!!illl!!K IF ITS TO HAD IN A BAKE SHOP WE HAVE IT I We don't Bake every day, but EVERY HOUR Everything, Always Fresh CITY BAKERY ■in t ❖ ❖ t ♦> t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ 1 When You Buy | | from Us You See Just j 1 what You are getting J §§ n | No "sight-andrunsen" se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. H. G. Guinn of Crockett, is here this week on business. ■ - — PS$$^Slil0 PAGE FIVa THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Don't fail to see the Pool Sis- ters May 5th, at White's Store. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mallard of Dallas, spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Tom B Mallard Say It With Flower* y it with ours. ut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Car mixed fertilizer on Cotton Belt track. W. H. Tucker F Al CI DA I RE Messrs and Mesdames C. E. and C. C. Kerr, spent the week end with friends and relatives in Marshall. |dclco-ught| bwck OAK LAM pONTl Beautify the Bed Room with Dtico. Rusk Hdw. & Und. Co. For board and room, see Mrs. Ethel Manning, Phone 828 DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. J as. !• BerUins was a business visitor in Terrell, Saturday. See the Pool girls at White Store May 5th. Lon Morris Choral Club of Jacksonville, presented a very enjoyable program on Tuesday evenin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

Ipf I m is J, V ML. it Rusk Cherokeean a weekly newipaper pubiiahed iwy Friday morninfe at Ruak, Gkerokee County, Texas. H* O. WARD, Editor and Publialier Pearl L Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered aa second-ctaas matter, July 16, 1919. at the poatoffice at Rutk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Months .76 Three Months .40 The middle-aged widower, who gets "girl struak" can make more different kinds of a fool of himself than a Shelby county boy at the Dallas fair. o That individual who can not look you straight in the eye wften talking to you can tell most anything with the greatest aban- don, ovet the telephone. At one time in eany life we en- tertained an ambition to go on the stage, but never would have been drawn into the movies. The resignation with which the hero will kiss the liver-colored lips of ad /enturess is something we nev- er could command, even if she had a bag of asafcetida around her neck. o The King ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEM The Truth About It (Continued from Page 1) Mellon and made them look like venders of government bonds at lesaXnan the cost of printing. As an qnupire builder, when it cam.- to establishing kingdoms and "Queendoms" he could establish one while Napoleon was digging his way through one small pas- sage in the Alps. True, he des troyed many a beau iful flower bush in the act, while plucking the petals from its verdant branches, but he made a jjrape vine grow in its place. Anyway, the money was pledg ed and a goodly portion of it paid, and the school started off under t! e most auspicious cir cumstances it had known in years. The enrollment was com paratively large, the athletic branch came into and maintainea a remarkable and creditable rec- ord, and Rusk College was at last coming into its own, wtye i when from out of the clear, blue sky there came a cloud, or sever- al clouds, and soon the beautiful vision was obscured. Just what and all that happened we ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1928

Don't fail to see the Po >1 Sis- ter's at White's Store May 5th. = ' ■ SHEW? W'WS, I I v:.4' ,5& ' i>J'" RUSK CHEROKEEAN Mrs. John S. Wightman and daughter. Miss Rosalind, of Dal- las, visited relatives and friends here several days last week and this. Buy your Lawn Mower now We have a 16 in Winchester spec ial for $9.98 Rusk H<1 w. & Und. Co. Dr. Judd Beall of Pearsall, was the guest of his parents, Capt. and Mrs. J. P. Beall, the last of the week. M. E. Kerr and sons, Major C. E. and C. C., and Clay Bingham were in Dallas, last Friday. Clay ■went on personal business while the ethers attended the ball game between Pittsbu rg and Detroit. A Doll-like Complexion^ . White and Fine.. Now lours/J Johnnie Williams went to Dal- las again, Tuesday, bringing back another new Ford car. It is hoped and expected that de livery of the much sought prod- uct will be quite regular from now on. He was chaperoned by Tom Goolsby. - Mrs. Frank B Guinn left Tuesday morning or Marshall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

■ r,f. . w u. •> . ■ ' . v V> •■ r v' 1 - • ;•• •' •' - -y-s■ ''-SHm ja0| T, The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THUKSD\Y, AI'KII. 19 l!)J8 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 9. No. 45 City Bond Election A Good Fight Is Popular Young Minister j What Is The Trouble, When To Be Meld Tuesday. Missed By Many. \ Killed At Troup, j Good Men Can't Aftrce? A proposition is to be voted up- on next Tuesday, April 24., by the property taxpayers of Rusk, of whether or not bonds of the municipality to the extent of $81,000.00 be voted for the pur- pose of taking up the outstand- ing indebtedness of the city The purpose of the proposition is to take care of the indebted- ness! in the most practicable way, as viewed by chose who are fam- iliar with the situation, who re- gard the plan suggested as being the most plausible. The indebl- ness intended to be ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

JPAOE TWO !PfP|P§P?* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ' it 'AsTT" ' .' ')[■ " ' *" *' <"' * '"' . ' Annual Report of Bernice Williams, County Treasurer Cherokee County For the Year of 1927. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcement in this column are made subject to the Democratic Nom- inating Primary, to be held on July 2Mh., 1928. Name of Fund Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1927 560.26 632.04 Received during year $ 7,291.63 13,467.67 85,201-15 47,766.85 18,037.87 14,860.79 4,391.51 23,350.59 19,152.35 7,772.18 1,693.97 19,25000 4,558.80 9,237.95 2,158.18 11,349.23 9.90 577.89 1,427.33 Transfers from other funds $ 5,000.00 17,355.68 7,500.00 3,290.02 7,359.65 100.50 Total Paid Transfers Total Balance on Debits out in to Credits of hand for 1927 1927 other funds 1927 Dec. 31, 1927 $21,201.3 1 $ 6,999.70 $ 7,500.00 $14,499-70 $ 6,701.61 41,855.66 40,222.13 100.50 40,322.63 1,533.03 99,88->.33 77,713.41 15,649.67 93,363.08 2,476.25 59,56> 14 49,406.55 49,406.55 10,158.59 20.61 09 116.88 17,355.68 17,472-56 3,...

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