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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1929

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE 8EVKN Voice-Controlled Train Is Invented Schenectady, N. V.—A voice- controlled elwtric trnln tiag been developc"1 by the Oen- ernl ICIectrlc company. "Casey Jones," a toy electric locomo- ' '■ live, sl«rts forward. reverses or stops on command. Orders lire issued through nn ordinary telephone transmitter. The command "Go ahead, Casey," is carried through a radio detector tuhe to a special selector which determines the polarity In the track and upon this polurlty is dependent tlie direction in which the locomo- tive moves. "Buck up" sends the engine backward and "stop" breaks the circuit. Blowing Into the transmitter will check the en- gine at any point. SEAT IN PARLIAMENT 60ES WITH ISLAND UP FOB SALE Hl«h««t Bidder for Irtthou, Small laic in English Channal, l T^ri,, Gets Beth. Southampton, England. — Anybody want to buy n Beat in a parliament, even If it Is not much of a parlla- ► IfTib, the would-be M. P. or parlia- mentarian has only to make the high est...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1929

1® J I I wmi - t. : . ?• EIGHT f•;' 1 ' 'v V< '.•'>V-„. y,o./' • •:, ■" • •'• • • t-m" & . THE KUSK CHEKOKEEAN > ■ • FIX UP FOR SUMMER AND YOUR VACATION = ,«;,s - IMIIMIIllllllllimilllllM^ We have figured on this and supplied a Big Stock of the Things That Will Make It Enjoyable Featuring the Very Latest Summer Fashions DAYS ONLY — Beginning Friday, June 14th. :: Closing Saturday, June 22nd. Just Look Over This Line, Get the Prices and See If You Can Beat It! 0 Ladies9 Ready-to-Wear DRESSES A Special Lot Of 50 in sleeveless Crepes and Washable Silks, values $7.50 to $8.95; Priced at $4.95 Real Bargains 30 Early spring Dresses, sizes 13 to 20, that sold lor $9.95 to $15.00; To close out at $8.95 Extra Special 25 Dresses, sizes from 14 to 38—in Rogers Silks, Printed j/jpes, Georgettes, Chiffons, printed and plain, both sleeve and sleeveless designs—real creations—should sell for $16.00 and $17.50; to go At Only $13.95 Full Line of Wash Dresses Priced Right Men's Clothing-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

m ffi., KIWANIS CLUB EDITION The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL OiiginaJly Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1929 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY u VOLUME 10, NO. 52 WHAT SCOUTING MEANS TO SCOUTS (Editor's Note:—The Kiwanis Club are the local sponsors of the Boy Ccouts. All the profit made by the Club on this ihsue of the Cherokeean will be given to the Scouts for aiding them to pay off the ballance due on their Club House.) 9 The meaning of Scouting is less difficult to define than what Scout- ing means to Scouts, because the lat- ter, in the final analysis, is always an individual case. However, a re- I cent canvass of the subject among the Scouts themselves, throws much light on the fatter. It points out certain factors which are potent in reaching at least one common test. It con- firms the tremendous responsibility of the Scout Leader, particularly to- ward the prospective...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

I iww TBP5 PAGB TWO THE RUSK CHEROKIEAN 1 I I CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS T> the Sheriff or Any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon W. M. Bolton, and the un- summon J. H. Honey by making pub-! in a suit, numbered on the docket of i leaving the following real estate, sit-1 lication of this Citation once in each j said Court No. 10711, wherein Sam, uated in Cherokee County, Texas all week for four successive weeks pre- j D. Goodson, is plaintiff, and Thomas. of which said real estate was his vious to the return day hereof, in ! Taylor, is defendant, and said pet:- separate property; being described as some newspaper published in your tion alleging county, if there be a newspaper pub follows, -towit: Being 20 acres of That heretofore, to-wit, on the 30 land out of the Northern Greenberry . * ii. rv, <iaw nf Optnber A D 1924 the Jenkins Survey, bounded as follows: konwn heirs of W. M. Bolton, by j lished therein, but if not, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

>' a <* (% TH* RU8B. GUIOkmM PAGE THREE NOTICE OF APPLICATION V No. 1409. GUARDIANSHIP OK JOSEPH WELDON BAILEY, A MINOR. IN COUNTY COURT OF CHERO- KEE COUNTY, TEXAS. Notice is hereby given that I, Joe L. Bailey, jjurdian of the estate of Joseph Weldon Bailey, a minor, have this day filed my application in the above entitled and numbered cause for an order of the County Judge of Cherokee County, Texas, authorizing me as the guardian of the estate of said ward to make a mineral lease upon such terms as the court may order and direct, of the following described real estate belonging to the estate of said ward, towit: Being an undivided one-fourth in- terest in and to each of the follow- ing described tracts of land: First Tract Being a part of the Jacob Windsor survey. Beginning at the N. VV. Cor- ner of the S. Burris survey on the S. B. line of the it. Stewart survey. Thence west S3 vrs. to the N. E. cor- ner of the \V. Wallace surwy. Thence j ,-iouth 475 .3-15 vrs. to --take fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

.'Jfv" •f ' ' 'W' f OUR TOE RUSK CHEROKEEAN '• —S > The Rusk Cherokecan >. wtckly newvpaper pubUahad nwy > nd*y morninc at Ruak, Ckarokaa ' ounty, Texaa. 1 if n On behalf of the Scouts v*e thank , kins followed him for the year 1927. you> j j Dr. T. H. Cobble filled the office dur- o | ing the year 1928, and in the last The Tomato Crop? 1 election E. S. Erwin was chosen. | E. B. Musick has served a3 a very There is nothing short about the highly efficient treasurer of the Club There is nocning snori aoout me U* O. W'AKl), Editor and Pul li«l>er tomato crop around Rusk except the since its organization. W. L. Martin, u ■ ■ w a a .v, n..k __ . i • j • n. m i' \ m if- If «i I 5 I! ! Pearl L. Ward, Aaat. Kditor V I'ub Oilier Phono 316 filtered as second-claaa matter, July ic, 1919, at the poataffica at Ruak, T exas, under th« Act of March S, 1879. WE MAKE OUR BOW This weok's edition goes to press with a committee from ths Kiwanis Club in charge as the editorial staff. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE Personal Items 'Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot planta, funeral design*. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Tom Goolsby and children vi- sited relatives at Nacogdoches last week. Mrs. John McDonald and children I Eloise and Rose Mildred, of Hunts- £ «r ville, spent the week end with the W. | £ Miss Doris Allen, wno has been vi- siting Dr. Cobble and family, has re- turned to her home in Houston. D. Decherd family T r ♦% Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McKee and son,! Grady jr., of Paris, visited the Rev. R. E. Hooker and family last week. W. I. Baker, of Nacogdoches, was a business visitor here last week. Rev. Jim Roach, of Maydelle, was a visitor here Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Johnson was a visitor in Palestine last week. ROOMS—Two rooms for rent. See or phone Mrs. Frank Copeland. Mr. Hrrbert Youngblood of Dallas spent the week end with his sister Mrs. 0. S. Beall. LOST—Bunch of keys in yale lock. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

tUb sua* present situation OF EDUCATION. is 5 •apt R 4 m rj" ',«• :'if %'• r i fte. WsMM'M1- (From Kiwanis Magazine) Everyone knows enough about edu- cation, in his own judment, to discuss it.' This is because everyone has had some experience of education in his own life, and because it is in reality the biggest business in which our country has engaged. From coast to coast in every hamlet there is a school of some sort where the older generation is passing on to the young- er generation the lessons of life. Education thrusts itself upon the at- tention and interest of everyone at one time or another. The reason there is such a diversity of opinion as to how the lessons of the past should be inculcated in the young people of the present, is that different people mean different things when they talk about educa- tion, and consequently they have dif- ferent ideas about how the process of education should be carried out because they have very different ob- jectives in mind. For instanc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

Wy-T: mz- I m r OUR CHALLENGE SALE Is still in full swing until July 1, 1929 DON'T MISS THE Many Bargains OFFERED YOU IN THIS SALE DRY GOODS STORE We Challenge All Competition on Quality and Price South Side Square Rusk, Texn W. H. Fins tiECim RUSK : TEXAS A FULL LINE OF ELECTRICAL GOODS Gel Our Prices Before You Buy CALL OR PHONE Little Jack Horner, Sat in a corner So mad tt.at he could cry He looked at his clothes That were full of moth-holes, And said, "What a dumb lad am I" Send us your out of season rlothes. We will return these to you dry dlean- ed and pressed packed in "Sainlix Moth-Proof Cedarized Bags"—no charge for this special service. SIOVALL & ANDREWS One Day Service Phone 122 VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOES We repair all kinds of musical in- struments. Let us tone your piano. Lovers of lint string instruments will enjoy looking over our line of fine hand-made violins. Visit us on the North fide of the Square 1. F. mtmmm THE RLSI CHEROKEEAN PAQE SEVEN Let us Demonstrate why...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

m' jijjjwCS "I | & I u- j< ms ''•l" 'ii' i 0 0 ti y d ti ti ft oi b( je is, ca ca ta an gr ta, ca tei sti cit pe ar su< sal wr arl m( ag: nit gui £0] na' ec< cuj wh of wit lop It Pr< do of ! do ma) div: oar: is e yet we wit! Ii no two edm pcai whe scho ic ness - 1 fie c 1 find ii '■ < 1 caus r1 ciali ir cour mm-fr [ n comi seek TI out l tribu Stat< 1 syste ®;':! and i sent fore safel; Sj rents in pr f' value A fe' may U nil IRSP1 EIGHT THE RUSK CIIKROKEEAN ONLY ONE SERVICE AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Vacation Time Is Near WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT IS NEEDED IN THE DRUG LIKE ODOM DRUG COMPANY Rev. R. E. Hooker, the pastor, will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning, June 23, but there will be no evening service that Sun- day, and there will be no service at all on the following Sunday. The pastor will hold a meeting in the Sec- ond Presbyterian Church of Palestine of which Rev. J. C. Oehler'is pastor, beginning Sunday night and lasting a week or more. Th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

TUB RUU nmBfWAM PAGE NIXE HATS OFF! To the Kiwanis Ciub, for their progressive spirit, and earnest efforts, to build a better RUSK Clarence SOLE OWNER SAUNDERQ OF MY NAMEtf Work That Stands THE TEST OF TIME AND STRAIN OF SERVICE BEN F. PRYOR Plumber and Tinner Special Sale of Fishing Tackle WE HANDLE THE AIR-FED MINNOW BUCKET Headquarters for a!I kinds of FISHING TACKLE W. H. Wallace 1 "OLD KING TOMATO" | : HIMSELF | w _ m Surrounded by all other kinds of VEGETABLES on §g= j=s display here: Beans, Squash, Blackeyed Peas, BeetsJ ||| == Carrots Ktc. ||| rf? FOR CANNING- Jar Rubbers, Tops and Jass. Also sj| CERTO, l'ARAFI'iN and SUGAR for Jelly making. =p FOR LUNCHES: Brookfield Cream, Pimineto and §H Swiss CHEESE. Boiler Ham, Sandwich Spreads, Salad s| §H Dressings. Relishes. Pickles and Olives. DEL M(>NTE and other famous brands of Canned Foods jjsjj CLEA1NG MATERIAL: Brooms, Super Suds, Chip- H so, Lye, Soaps ol all kinds. kj INSECTICIDES: FLIT, the king of its kind, and J I Flit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

1'svj I i -•!. £ I bli 1 m 9$ •r €:'■ • im ■, w i ?•'«. r ? | -1: i v M TEX SB— THE RUSK CHBBOKKEAM CO-OPERATIVE MEETING TO BE CONDUCTED The committee for the co-operative meeting feels fortunate in being able to announce that we have secured James Forbes Taylor Evangelistic Party for our meeting to be held August 25th. to September 16th. The Father, Charles Taylor is the business manager of the party and he himself is a preacher and of no mean ability and many years of experience. The younger son is the pianist and a com- poser. His playing will be one of the fine attractions of the meeting. The older son, James Forbes Taylor, is the evangelist, soloist and leader of the congregational singing. He is very unique in being able to do all three and each very efficiently and ef- fectively. He is a great whistler and leads the congregational singing by whistling. The Taylors are Englishmen but now live in California. They have been holding meetings all over this country for the last ten...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

rtw? BSp 3 >• HH THE RUSK CHEROEEEAN WHAT SCOUTING MEANS TO SCOUTS. (Continued from Page 1) ability, and his ambition entitle him: and because the progress of our country is this directly related to the training in leadership we can give to the youth of the nation. In meeting the vital need that when the oncoming generation takes over our national affairs it shall be a gen- eration bulwarked with character, the Boy Scoutn Movement plays a most helpful part. I wish «,11 succers to boys themselves and to the Scout- masters who lead thorn, ?nd I com- rr.end both to the :;i.wearied support of the public that they may inspiring- lj serve. Herbert Hoover. RUSK BOY SCOUTS MAKE GOOD RECORD August 31 will close two very suc- cessful years of work for Troop No. 24 Tejas Area Council. The progress made has been far above the average made by any troop in the area uiv coding to a statement made by our Area Scout F\ecativ?, Mr. if. 0 Tirrxy at . r-.'.u! nit ut' thi 71 /Op. Til; fr >;> !i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 June 1929

mm imm THE RUSK CHEUoKEEAN Cooper-Posey Co. Outfitters for the Whole Family We are Receiving New Spipments of New Merchandise Daily. JUST RECEIVED— New shipment of Ladies' Silk Dresses— $2.95 $4.95 $8.95 $9.95 $10.95 JUST RECEIVED— New shipment of Ladies' Hats— 98c $1.98 $2.98 JUST RECEIVED—New shipment of Shces for Men. Women and Children. Watch Our Windows For Specials. Cooper-Posey Company Rusk and Crockett, Texas mm - as Rusk Hotel and Cafe E. HI. MANSFIELD, Kanoger KERR & HUNKS, PROPS. There is not one title in a hundred that is perfect, it is almost certain that you will have to get some kind of curative matter before the titie to your property will be accepted by a close examiner. It is often true that the longer you wait the harder it is to cure such matters. Have us to make you an abstract now, and then get a good lawyer to examine it for you, Better be safe than sorry. A GOOD PLA( E TO EAT A GOOD PLACE fOSLEEP FANS TO KEEP YOU COOL WE SERVE ONLY THE BEST QUICK SERVICE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

AMERICAN LEGION EDITION The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1929 VOLUME 11, NO. 1 V i ) 4 1 f.S if F DO YOU KNOW THAT— You can still secure Government insurance at a very moderate cost if you have ever been eligible to apply for it and you are now in good health The Government is offering seven different plans to insure so that every one may select a policy to suit hie requirements? The policies pay dividends, pre- 1 miums are based on net rate and do I not include charges for administra- tion costs? There is no extra charge for total permanent disability provision? There are no restrictions as to be- nefcary? Detail information as to the above facts can be obtained at this local American Legion Post. The Legion of Rusk, Texas, plans to buy a lot and errect a home there- on? That we are helping all nee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

v« K II HF5 I I I •..'k, |K PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEROK1EAN CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon W. M. Bolton, and tlw un- lconwn heirs of W. M. Bolton, by j making publication of this Citation | once in each week for four succes-1 give weeks previous to the return | day hereof, in some newspaper pub-1 lished in oyur County, if there be a j newspaper published therein, but if | not, then in any newspaper publish-1 ed in the Second Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper publish-' ed in said Judicial District, then in J a newspaper published in the nearest District to said Second Judicial Dis- trict, to appear at the next term of 1 the District Court of Cherokee Coun- ty, to be holden at the Court House | thereof, in Rusk, on the second Mon- day in July, A. D. 1929, the same be- i iag the 8th. day of July A. D. 1929, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 10709, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

' - V ' '■ 7 ; 'T .. THE KUSK GHBIOKBAII PAGE THREE V Notice of application No. 1469. GUARDIANSHIP OF JOSEPH WELDON BAILEY, A MINOR. IN COUNTY COURT OF CHERO- KEE COUNTY, TEXAS. Notice is hereby given that I, Joe L. Bailey, gurdian of the estate of Joseph Weldon Bailey, a minor, have this day filed niy application in the above entitled and numbered cause for an order of the County Judge of Cherokee County, Texas, authorizing me as the guardian of the estate of said ward to make a mineral lease upon such terms as the court may order and direct, of the following described real estate belonging to the estate of said ward, towit: Being an undivided one-fourth in- terest in and to each of the follow- ing described tracts of land: Firit Tract Being a part of the Jacob Windsor survey. Beginning at the N. W. Cor- ner of the S. Burris survey on the S. Ii. line of the 11. Stewart survey, 'l'nence west 8;i vis. 10 the N. E. cor- ner of the W. Wallace survey. Thence south 475 5-15 vrs. to stake...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

*m^,'IT* ■:*$*■. THE RL3K CHiEO.'CEfcAN PAGE fOUR Wm it ■ f, 18 The Rusk Cherokeean . weekly newspaper lukliAtd erery F nday morning at Rusk, Cherokee bounty, Texas. U' O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone SItt Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under tiiv Act oi March S, 1879. LOCAL GUARD COMPANY PASSES GOOD INSPECTION r LEST W FORGE □ COLEMAN-ISGATE POST 293 ROSTER HENRY COLEMAN BRICE ISGATE ELMER DYKES LEONARD BLUE JOHN REAGAN FRAZER BAGLEY HOLLY HOUSTON HURBERT FUNDERBURK ELTON DAVIS RATCLIFF V. PERKINS The above list of names are tbosn who have died lining tho Wurld War or since the Armistice was signed. This list is not complete and it will be appreciated if anyone knows of any other war veterans who have died will hand the name into F. D. Wal- drop. ALSO BOWING This week's issue goes to press with a committee o the Coleman-Isgate Post 293 America!! Legion in charge as the editorial staff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

l'HK RUSK cherokeeian PAGE FIVK 0 # 0 • • Personal Items "S«y It With Flowara." Say it with our*. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai <lemgn . MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Wesley Morris of Alto was here this week. W. H. Shook of Dallas as here the first of the week. R. L. Hudsptth and wife of Dallas were here this week Mr. Ed Houston of Alto, was a vi- sitor in Rusk, Tuesday. Summers Norman spent the week end at Dallas with friends. George W. Gibson of Jacksonville was here Monday. R. L. Cherry of Alto, was in Rusk on business Tuesday. Visit the Boy Scout camp next week at Dickey Lake. Mr. Clyde Pore of Alto was a busi- ness visitor in Rusk Wednesday. Jas. I. Perkins was in Mt. Stlman on business Monday afternoon. Mrs. Claude Manning is visiting re- latives in Beaumont this week. E. W. Thurmond of Brunswick was in Rusk on busints3 this week. Attorney Arthur Seale of Nacogdo- ches was here Monday on legal busi- ness. L. O. Slayden ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

= ' THE KUOft BOOSTING FOR THE AMERICAN LEGION And for the betterment of Rusk and its trade territory. 1 1 & ia/v sw- B -■ mmi i; ippi IT! I : M -■ : ® Also boosting for the best line of GOOD THINGS TO EAT IN RUSK ...Everything Fresh and Good... CHAS. E. JAY THE GROCER Phone 23 P — INSURANCE Why not have that boy of yours in Our Thrift Club Let him learn to save a portion of his earnins. SEE I. P. RUSSELL s Mil " ■ ■■ 1 ■i 'jff I SI Rusk Beauty Shop "Where All the Girls Meet" Beauty Culture in Every Detail Permanent Waves '522.. >1522 Phone 5 Best Work Best Service First in Rusk ( Balcony Allen's Barber Shop) r-rtT r *1- GUARANTEED PLUMBING SATISFACTION WE GUARANTEE THE U. 3. VETERANS BUREAU. The U. S. Veterans Bureau is di- vided into two departments in Texas one in Dallas with Captain Reed Johnson as manager and one in San Antonio with Captain L. C. Chapman as manager, these departments han- dle Texas and a part of some of the adjoining States. Each of these of- fices work ...

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