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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

)t ude Rlcketti 9 t 416 South Patton Ht. KmNxk* The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS.FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1928 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. 20 ELECTION NO SURPRISE AND NO SORE SPOTS. k, .1 The election, so far as Rusk and Cherokee county were concerned, passed off without unusual incident, with VV. T. Norman and T. J. Stovall voting in the some box and just as far apart as" they could get, and Dr. Johnson making a futile effort to hold down the Smith vote in Pre- ceinct No. 14. In fact, it would seem that "black ankle" and Arkan- sas were about the only places where the democratic candidates run true to form. As will be noted from the accom- panying tabulated vote of the county, •which is unofficial and not quite com plete, in that it does not have the re- sult from Mixon and Summerfield, it would seem that Hoover had car- ried the coun...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

®SPB PAGE TWO THE BUSK CHEBOEEEAW SS33F " ~ ^ v 4 *' T" ■;1: V -I- I wmKpKM • * MOVE OXYGEN GAS IN LIQUID FORM ANCIENT WEATHER LEAVES ITS MARK *. > "" •*"' New Process Cuts Cost of Shipping. | \ ,v::. 4:5+. . 'Mi \ uti mm Berlin.— Oxygen used In v rotn- pressed form in industrial undertak- ings can now be delivered in light brass containers instead of the heavy steel bottles formerly used and requir- ing two men to carry. Dr. Paul Heylandt, Berlin chemist and Inventor, has discovered a process by which the gas can he manufactured and delivered in liquid form. Ills in- vention has won for him the hon- orary degree of doctor of engineering! from the Charlottenbr.rg Institute of Technology here. The oxygen gas Is reduced to a j liquid by Doctor lleylandt's process, Is1 then poured into specially devised con-j tainers on automobile trucks and is carted from plant to plant much as j gasoline or oil is delivered. The needs; Texas Fossils Prove to Marks of Drizzle. Be mm of the customer...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

H «v . & im u ' THE RUSH CBEROKCEAN ' || PAGE THREE GREAT MOUND IS BEING RESTORED - s, / N jSS \ Exploration Work Uncovers Historical Objects. Washington C. H., Ohio.—The moat ! notable mound of Its kind in America, , the great central mound of the Seip ' group near Balnbrldge, has been ex- | plored, and Is now being restored to ' Its former shape anil size under the I direction of the Ohio Archeologlcal and Historical society. Exploration work lias been com- ; pleted after four years of effort, and , the work of restoring it In order that i It may forever be part of a state- owned park, was started at once. In all 99 burial platforms, contain- ing more than 150 burials, were uncov- ered, and in all but a few Instances the bodies had been cremated. Discoveries made in the mound now form part of one of the greatest collec- , tlon of Indian relics iu existence, at , the Ohio State muesum. Notable among the articles taken from the Seip mound are quarts oi freshwater pearls, still i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

THE GRAND OPENING Mr. C. A. Ballew announ- ces the opening of the HANDY ANDY COMMUNITY STORE Saturday, Nov. 10th. THE PRETTIEST SELF-SERVING STORE IN EAST TEXAS WE ARE JUST USING MODERN MERCHANDISING METHODS. We will have to have volume and turn- over in order to keep on selling our friends dependable goods at the smallest margin of profit. We believe the people of Rusk and its trade territory will appreciate a store of j! this kind. Everybody is cordially invited. We prom- ise quick and courteous service to everybody 91 who visits our store. Handy-Andy has perfected a system of food merchandising whereby the middle- man, credit man, and bad accounts, over- buying, under-buying, dead stock and ex- pensive deliveries are eliminated, and nationally known food products bought in large quantities will be distributed through its chain of Handy-Andy stores. We invite you to visit our store and make Handy-Andy your real friend for saving and speed. Low Cash and Carry Prices at Handy Andy O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

mm .. -.- -«— / IIS le ■e- v- *t, h, eg of as he M >n- nd be he las w. ■ "Z 4. ~ !ZIT -'- ? cSs&OTBBr SiPSff THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVS ♦?♦ ? , Texas COMMENCING ♦:♦ Monday, November 12-17 th. DARR-GRAY STOCK CO. In Their Beautiful New Waterproof Theatre Here One Solid Week C. E, LONG'S BAND THE DEE GEE QUARTETTE BRIGHT, SPARLLING MUSIC Everything up to the Usual Standard, But with the Following Added Features: THE DANCING HERBERTS AL MORSTEAD'S ORCHESTRA CLEAN, CLEVER, REFINED VAUDEVILLE POPULAR PRICES The Company will pay §25 in cash, liceru1 and minister's fee to any couple who will be married on the stage Friday night. No jokes at the expense of the contracting parties. Their names will not be revealed until night of ceremony. ONE LADY FREE WITH EACH PAID TICKET MONDAY NIGHT TENT HEATED WITH 5 LARGE STOVES, WARM AND COMFORTABLE Opening Play Monday Night 'THE PUSH" WHITE'S PASTURE ON SOUTH CROCKETT STREET I T f ? t ♦> ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ ❖ ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

•: W:. TBS RUSK CHEROKEE AN PAGE SIX The eccentric individual who picks The Rusk Chtrokttin out> buys °r makes his own coffin certainly has the satisfaction of know ins that the county is not going to have to buy him any wooden over- Couaqr, B-a WUBK, IMMw> ****** tw V**jt< V. * 4wttt- INfcw* * IV* ortK* ****« u wlM io, laiJ, ±c tvvunikw ** tu*iL T«Jinn, uivitu' jU« v-ii. .w. UiWNiJ S. 18?#. >1. Ci ess .^ix dOilUlt * t.2W .T « Ov.X CKJSSi? We first realized that our first ■sweetheart was really thinking ser- ious about us was when she invited to her house to witness an eclipse ox the moon. She said it would bro- bably be so much plainer over there. o— No matter how firmly she "puts he- foot down" on any proposition, :: does not sound as loud as the re- vert coming; from the shoe that has been carelessful dropped on the floor of ".he room above . •• iu auugiic o£ uy a-jish'oor s. birth, Or )vj va,' ut iiUil'ia i s yrayer: . jmiic urn -X viJ.t* man's ?i*c* <* j iariJ, l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

ryt: rii® RUUX. CHEBOKBEA* PAGE SEVEN Be . fj 1 L 0 XI hi* df ...The Season's Greatest Productions.... \ V.": ...ARTISTIC ...APPROPRIATE and ...APPEALING ...Everything from the small Compli- ments to the Exquisite Cabinets, ...and at ...Prices that compared with previous years are simply surprising. ...If interested drop'in and look over the prospectus, or call me up, and I will be glad to call on you. MRS. H. 0. WARD. At Cherokeean Office or Phone 155 J

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 November 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ PM SCHWARTZBERC'S Close Out Sale Entire Stock Must Be Sold Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing BIG BARGAINS In Sweaters and Underwear for the Family. Prices have been Slashed on Everything. Shoe Stock Sacrificed Especially are we sacrificing our stock of Stock of Shoes,the best brands- Brown Shoe Co., Peters, and Endicott Johnson for all the family. BELOW COST PRICE It Will Pay You to Attend This Great Close Out Sale SCHW ARTZBERG EAST SIDE SQUARE f ? T t Y ? t Y t ? t ? ? ? Y t t Y t ❖ Y 4 * X ❖ t t ? it ❖ v ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * Vs ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ <" Special Prices j ... On Merchandise Now In Demand... t All Woolen Dress Materials EXACTLY HALF PRICE Reduced Prices on All Silk Piece Goods. Men's Full 29-In. Leather Coats $8.95 Men's $2.50 Woolen Overshirts $1.95 One Lot Ladies'Silk Dresses, worth up (DO OR to $13.50. Each $Li.UO One Lot Ladies' Silk and Wool Combined Dresses worth up to $16.50. Each $6.95 Men's Best Quality Knit Union Suits 95c WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND INVITE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

I 1 rusk Cherokeean I WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. RID AY, NOVEMBER Hi, 1 928. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. 20 EARLY SETTLER BROUGHT BACK FOR BURIAL. Mrs. Eliza Ann Smith, age 83, died at San Antonio and was brought here for burial Tuesday morning, accom- panied by her son Wightman Smith. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, Rev. J. F. Carter officiating and the body was laid to rest in the city cemetery. Pallbearers, Ben Coupland, Webb Finley, Hub Bonner, T. B. Mallard, J. J. Bolton, A. M. Vining, J. S. Ramsour, J. O. Coupland. Mrs. Smith was born in Arkansas, but has lived in Texas for more than a half a century, her people settling at Lone Star. She was married to Mr. Julius Smith and to this union were born four children, two dau- ghters and two sons, only one child survives, Mr. Wightman Smith San An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

"'W: Chief Executive Elect, and First Lady W&'J Herbert Hoover j| XJIrsHerbert Hoover J -CFif :^§aeW<sr- RED GROSS FIGHTS DEATHAND DISEASE Four Nation-wide Services Pro- mote Health Preservation and Acgident Prevention. PRESIDENTIAL VOTE OF 1928 AND 1924 STATE Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Fio-ida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts .. Michigan M i n n esota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey .... New Mexico ... New York North Carolina . North Dakota .. Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania ... Rhode Island .. South Carolina . South Dakota .. Tennessee "Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington .... West Virginia .. -"Wisconsin ... Wyoming Plurality Elect. Vote Elect. Hoover Smith lloover Smith < 15,000 . . 12 . , 60,000 5o,000 3 9 3. 530,000 13 , , 13 120,000 6 , , 6 36.041 7 , , 7 32,000 3 , , 3 41,000 29,527 6 14 50,000 4 . , 4 440,000 29 , , 29 250,000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

•V'.ht s r , * 4 . 1' •>•;:• TORTURE SUSPECT LIVED LIKE GiRL Alleged Coast Fiend Played With Dolls. Los Anj^es.—Little to compare witli tlie monstrous details of the murder case against Stewurt Gordon North- cott, twenty-one, and his mother, Mrs Louise Northcott, sixty, ever has been written In the crime records of south- ern California^ Northcott, a boy who dressed In girl's clothing, played with dolls, and was treated as a daughter by his pam- pering mother until lie reached six- teen, changed with little delay Into a person of wild temper and outlandish habits, according to his father. The father, Cyrus George Northcott, who "knew there was something wrong, but thought things would get better," never passed such years of torment as the lust three years after lie had moved his family from western Canada to southern California in an effort to make things more favorable to the control of Ills son. The Northcott family formerly lived for a time in Kamloops, U. C., near which town ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

|RR£P$PpP 3B FOUR THE RU3K CHEROKEEAN ■ * ' V s II II Gets Heater ABSOLUTELY FREE! mmammmBmaamm With Every Estate Gas Range SOLD NEXT WEEK The Estate Stove Co. Will give FREE a $15.00 Gas Heater The ESTATE is, without a doubt the finest Gas Range made. Sold by Undertaking Co. a The Winchester Store." To THE half-million men ami women who have re- ceived new Fori is in the last eleven months, there is no nref! tn dwell on the per- formance of the car. ^ i'U have te«te<] its speed on the open road. Tn trafiic you have noted its quick ac- celeration and the safety of its brakes. You know how it climbs the hills. On ion« trips a 11o over rung h strelelies you have come to appreciate iS.« easy - riding comfort. Continuous driv- ing has proved its economy of operation and low cost of n|i-keer>. This i& an invitation to you to take full -id-vantage of th< service facilities of thr Ford dcalo organiza- tion *<o that y< iv ay con- tinue to enjoy many thou- sands of mile? o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

..For Saturday Only.. GINGHAMS, Good Grade, For Saturday Only. Yd C p Limit 5 Yards to Customer wu I " 7c PERCALE, Good Grade Limit 5 Yards. BROWN DOMESTIC, Best Grade Limit 10 Yards 12k MATTRESS TICKING, Yard Limit 9 Yards LADLES' COTTON HOSE Pair LADIES' PELT HATS Each 12k 98c CHILDREN'S JERSEY BLOOMERS Pair 23c LADIES' FELT HOUSE SHOES Pair 39c LADIES' RAYON BLOOMERS Pair 69c BATH TOWELS, 16x33. Each 121c LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES Sizos 36 to jr. 98c BOYS'OVERALLS Si&'s 3 to 16. Pair 69c I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wallace j spent Sunday and Monday at Hous-1 ton, with Mr. Wallace's mother and other relatives. Mrs. Percy Kelley and little dau- ghter of Lufkin, spent Monday here with her mother, Mrs. Hiram New- man and other relatives. Mrs. Jess Ford and daughter, Miss Lonora Ford and Mrs. Edgar Forrl and little daughter were visitors in Lufkin Tuesday. Dr. G. C. Lovelace attended the meeting of the East Texas Dental A sociation, held in Longview, Tuesday. The next meeting will be held i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

''i.7 V'V " W Bk 11 HWHBpw Rusk Cherokeean A weakly newspaper published erery Friday morning at Ruak, Ckerokee County, Texaa. H* O. WARD, Editor and I'uWUker Pearl L. Ward. Aaat. Editor * Pub Office Phone S16 Entered aa second-claas matter, July 16, 1919. at the poetoffice at Ruak. Texas, under the Act of March S, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ' 1-50 Six Month*, --- .76 Three Months .40 THE BUI OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place on earth, If his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." There really wasn't much advan- tage in the start. Hoover had Billy Sunday and A1 Smith had Babe Ruth on his side, especially dividing the two greatest wind-jammers in the world. c Some people are so narrow minded and non-progressive that one can but won...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

PAGE SEVEh WJE RUUK CHEROKEKAK ■llll Astor Theatre "YOUR OWN PLACE Of FUN AND AMUSEMENT" s NOVEMBER 27, 28, 29 "WINGS" WITH SENSATIONAL SOUND EFFECTS. Reduced Prices on All Shoes Trades Day Many Other Bargains W. H. TUCKER "The Busy Corner" C. D. POE Special Bargains Saturday Buy Your Texaco Oil and Gas From PARRISH, FORREST & WILLIAMS RUSK HOTEL & CAFE W. P. Singletary, Prop. The Best Place to Eat B. F. SHERMAN Unloading Car of Furniture Don't Fail to See It On Trades Day rHFmm £ PS'-'C A 1&! & T ALL PRICES REDUCED For Trades Day SEZ OUR SPECIAL OFFERINGS OF Ready-to-wear, Coats, Clothing and Top Coats Before You Buy SENSA1 lOAAL Williams Brothers Balloon Ascension EAT WITH US AND Parachute Drop Deckard's Cafe 3:30 P. M. By Your Patronage Appreciated L. 0. SLAYDEN Gulf Public Service Co. As sensational as the Great Prices Offered This Day. Do It Electrically The Milwaukee Balloon Company will send one of their most daring riders to give you the thrill of your life, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 November 1928

ow For Lower Prices On New 1928 Winter Suits, O'Coats, and Furnishings for Nen, Women, Boys, Girls and Kiddies, Shoes and Hosiery BOLTON & SHOEMAKER'S 15-DAY SALE ALL OF SALES FEATURING THE LOWEST SACRIFICE PRICES Men's Oxfords ..$2.97 up Women's Slippers $3.97 up Boys' Sweaters $3.67 up Men's Sweaters $3.97 up Men's Suits $19.97 up Men s O'Coats ..$16.97 up Come and Save BOLTON & SHOEMAKER Jacksonville Are You Ready for THAKSGIVING? How about that Suit, Dress or Coat? We are Ready with just the right thing to make you well dressed to sit down to that Turkey and Cranberries on Thursday, Nov. 29th. Don't fail to let us help you. WATCH OUR WINDOWS h '*W 1 SPECIALS! Ladies" $2.50 to $3.00 Hats, NOW - $1.65 Ladies' Silk Dresses, $12.50 kind, NOW $6.95 Men's $25.0u Suits, NOW - $18.50 Our Prices are Always Right C. D.~POE "The New Store on the Busy Corner,, MORE mm 1 I ❖ t ? t ? t t KM NEW COATS and DRESSES Exceptional Values - Stylish Designs THAT DEFY COMPETITION | Complete Sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

THE RUSK CHE /J i WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL 'Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2;i, l'.'.'g WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. Zt I I ■ I l PURE FOOD SHOW IS PROVING GREAT SUCCESS. NEW MINISTER TO PREACH THAKSG1VING SERMON.! THE BALLON WENT UP CIGARETTES AND PEANUTS The Pure Food anil Better Baoy exhibition, which is being held in the Rusk Hotel building, under the aus- pices of the Ladies of the Baptist Church, and direction of Mrs. L. C. Tucker, of Jacksonville, is exceeding all expectations, both in the interest taken and the attendance afforded. The Better Baby contest was held yesterday afternoon, and a list of the of the awards will be published next wefck. This (Friday) afternoon, there will be an interesting lecture delvered by a representatve of the American Red Cross. At ni^ht the Doll Baby and Tricy- cle parade will be held at 7:00 o'clock and the prizes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

•• ' v i*i TO # New Chevrolet "Six" To Prove A Wonder Passing on to the motoring public the benefits of economies arising out of tremendous volime production, the Chevrolet Motor Company, today, introduces "the Outstanding Chevro- let of History—A Six in the Price Range of the Four." In making this important announ- cement, W. S. Knudsen, president and general manager, points out that the sensational public reception ac- corded the car in recent years has orate entertainmeiT^Wfatu been arranged for the display in each city and in every case provisions will be made to accomodate the hundreds of thousands of visitors who will view the new Chevrolet line between Nov- ember 24 and December 22. Advance orders will be taken im- mediately following the announce- ment with deliveries starting January first, officials stated. They also pointed out that to insure delivery early next year it would be advisable to place orders as soon as possible. The plan of introductory showings with deliveri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

\ trfs tm. m FIND IDOL COD UNDER FORGOTTEN C/7 Scientists Un - *rth Serpent God of Cnnaanitcj. St. Louis.—A limestone idol of Lite present god of the Canaan! tes, buried for more limn 2,400 years under un al- most forgotten city in Palestine. Is I lie prize of his present archaeological expedition, Dr. Meivin G. Kyle, presi- dent of Xenia seminary here and noted orientalist, said upon his return. Traces of the serpent cult baa ap- peared before in Asia Minor, Doctor Kyle said, but it bad not been es- tablished that the Canaanltes, whom the Israelites under Joshua smote and destroyed, were serpent worshipers. Doctor Kyle's diggers came on the fragment of limestone which is about u foot wide and two feet high, nfter they had painstakingly removed six strata of markedly differing1, cultures from the side of Kir.jath Sepher, the walled ciiy captured by Otbniel, as told in the Book of Joshua. "Underneath all those layers ol Israelite culture, we found a blanker of cinders and charcoal," ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

Br# PAGE FOUll HIE RU3K CHEROK.EEAM iMimieti - jar' woes GF VOUJi-iT^RS RED DISS BAG* Men and Women Who Give Serv- ices Aid Greatly — Surgical Dressings, Knitting, Sewing Still Carried On. Thousands ot women, who were first enrolled as Rod Cross workers during the period of the World War, have never ceased in their labors for that organization, but still carry on knitting garments for disabled sol- difr.s making dresses and layette* for children and Infants, and giving hours of their time in tha various volunteer activities of Red Cross ■work. Volunteer work by men also plays a large part in the organization of Ked Cross. This volunteer work Is tha back- Nine of Red Cross. Fully eiglity-flva p*r cent of the service this humani- tarian organization is able to render the public, through public health. American Junior Red Cross, service to disabled veterans of the World War, and the service men of the regu lar establishment, and its many other activities, must fall upon the shoulder of...

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