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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 November 1929

THE RUSE CHEHOKEEAN PAGE FH F> ry "<S f* e st ce 59 PRESIDENT ENROLLS IN RED CROSS Can Work With Best Of Them Now, He Says. Wmm "I suffered with constipation for five years, and during the past two years was *o weak and rundown, and had to spend so much tifoe in bed, 1 finally had to quit work entirely. NOTICE .TO DEPOSITORS AND CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK PONT A, TEXAS illllillili'i'Hllliililiiill COME TO THE President Hoover, who Is also president of the American Red Cross, enroll* In the annual Roll Call of the society, which occurs from Armistice Day to Thanksgiving Day, November 11 to 28. CHURCHMEN ASK SUPPORT OF RED CROSS ROLL CALL Leading churchmen o£ the na- Hon have Joined In asking public support of the annual Roll Call ot the American Red Cress. Two dis- tinguished leaders who have sent messages to their congregations all over the country are quoted, aa follows: "I plead for an extension of our Red Cross membership until we can call a roll of every adult Amer- ica...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 November 1929

w: i I § 1 £5$ > i V - " r;. ' v: / V-:.>: •• V- THE BUSK. CHEKOKEKAK Chevrolet Breaks AU Its Previous Recoads. Detroit, Nov. 21—AU October production records in the history jof the Chevrolet Motor Company [ were broken last month with an I output of 85,915 cars and trucks, CITATION BY PUBLICATION i THE STATE OF TEXAS ] To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to i summon Fred Draper by making pub- j lication of this Citation once in each ' week for four succcessive weeks pre- i vious to the return day hereof, in, _ some newspaper prblished in your j ^vas announced at the central County, if there be a newspaper pub-'offices here today. lished therein, but if not, then in any I Compared with output of 65. newspaper published in the Second Ju IQ52 units for October of last year' dicial District; but if there be n°; tbe 1929 October manufacturing newspaper published in said Judicial' , , - „ t-,- i. • j. 4.u • .volume shows a gain of ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 November 1929

mmwm THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Page sev In ■ Starting Salary Of $105.00 Per Month Is Paid Radio Grapuates Of Tyler Commercial College Our employment records will prove the above statement. At this time, if there is a qualified graduate of our Radio Course out of employment we do 'not have any record of same. If you are a young man inter- ested in Radio, you may feel -ure of getting as much as $105 00 per month, with expenses paid, when you have completed our full course. Calls are be nt' re- ceived through our Employment Department every week for licensed Radio Operators. Our Radio Department is sup ervised by a competent instrcut- or. The equipment is up to date and modern. Working condit- ions are the very best. Our instructor in Radio, Mr. Daniel, is an associate member of the Institute of Radio Eng- ineers, a distinction held by only a few Radio Operators in the United States. A nice position with e good be- ginning salary will await you when you have completed the course. If you are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 November 1929

f issSMEMP : THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN M EBADGE SERVICE :• " ■•'&• Vc-J', , ' o>-- •• .4 •-• oin AMERICAN RED CROSS RED GROSS EXPENDS EIGHT MILLIONS FOR RELIEF IN DISASTER Year Just Closed Put Heavy Task on Society—120 Calls for Help Were Met. An unusually large number of dis ^ters In the United States and Its In Sular possessions have required assist- ance from the American Red Cross during the year just closed. The or ganizatlon sent emergency relief workers to the scenes of 120 torna does, floods, fires and other types ot catastrophes and expended $8,020,00<i in relief and rehabilitation of the vic- tims. Calls for aid came from eleven other nations in which earthquakes, floods and other problems caused dis- tress to large populations, and the Red Cross sent $76,300 to help in re- lieving the suffering. The catastroohe causing the great- est loss of lif. and most widespread devastation was the West Indies hur- ricane of September, 132S, in which more than 2.000 lives were los...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

Mrs. Joyca Pry?,r J V 2419 So. Presa St RUSK WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. Red Cross Drive lb Now On In Earnest. CHEROKEEA WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPLROU 5 CHLROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVICMHEU 22, 1929 VOL I MK I r, No 21 I The campaign for makng up the local quota of the annual Red Cross drive was started the first of the week, with a corps of workers, under the direction of W. H. Hanna, supervisor, and promises to be the most success- ful one ever staged in Rusk. The city has been divided in to districts, so that there will be no confusion or duplication of ,e solicitation and all will be en a chance to become mein- s between now and the c!os- £? hoar on Thanksgiving Day. Tne initial membership fee is only Si.00, and of this sum one- half is retained for local use, such as the school heolth move- ments now in vogue. A number of $5 00 member- ships are being taken, and more should b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

>i- ,:C- WW. TOE RU3K CHEROKEE AN M. HI1 in a new era of prosperity for East Texas... I a# '71/ * & )M-£: The sunshine of prosperity grows brighter for East Texas. The one big factor which has been lacking in the general advance is now supplied. East Texas' mineral re- sources are being developed in a way that will be of special benefit to this region. Geologists of the Humble Oil & Refining Company not long ago discovered large pools of high quality petroleum in these eastern counties. Through the hearty co- operation of the owners land was leased and oil was found. Now the company has become still further partners of East Texas through the completion of a modern refin- ery at Neches. Here, in East Texas, the oil produced in this section is being refined into Flashlike Gasoline and allied Humble products. Much of the gallonage manufactured at this refin- ery is sold in the surrounding territory. This, as well as the part sold elsewhere, is contributing to the general pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

) : The Rusk Cherokeean \ weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. H* O. WABD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Awt. Editor & Pub \ j/; Officf Phone 316 Sntered aa second-claw matter, July 16, 1919. at the poetoffice at Rusk, Texas, under tli« Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months .76 Three Month* : .40 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 be 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." TUB RUSK CHEROKEEAN tVsJP ■ Once more the Hunt county ''prisoner proof" jail has proved •effective, in that it has br en used for holding the guard wnile the birds flew the coop. If the present administration is not resourceful it is simply a failure. They have named a Swed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

N T HBROKKEAN mmm Herman Odom and Dr. Guy Black were in Dallas, the last of week, selecting the holiday stock for the Odom Drag Store i&MZIbi Arnwine Assessor, t / * Y. rV I .« •f! ' ' 4 >4j Y ■ I m. i J vfe*- • i "Smjr It With Flower*." Say it with oun. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. E. M. Weisner of Douglas, was in Rusk the first of the week. Mrs. Larson Jones of Ponta, was here this week. A. M.Jordan of Reklaw, was in Rusk Tuesday. J.B. McKnight of Jacksonville, was a Rusk visitor Monday. S. P. Richey of Reklaw, was in Rusk Saturday. C. K. DeBusk of Jacksonville, was a visitor hei-e Saturday. J. P. Barker of Forest, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richey of Reklaw, were visitors here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McChrust- ian of Alto, were visitors here Sunday. C. C. Goodwin of San Augu- stine, was a business visitor here last week. A. B. Chandler and W. E. Stone attended J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

, XfgtjS'l, * *' * S HUB S*. ws&stfc THE ULSiC CHKJiOKEEAN PAGE Received This Week! . SHIPMENTS OF Dry Goods, Notions, Christmas Goods, Underwear and Work Clothing I am making some very cheap prices on Sweaters. I sell the well known brand of Hercules Sweaters made of PURE WOOL, only, as well as cheaper makes Still Closing Out Ladies Shoes, $ 1 .OO pair and am going to give away a number of pairs Saturday. Closing Out a Lot of Mens Caps—Choice, twenty-five cents Complete stock Groceries and Feed -Get my prices. joe b. copeland East Side Public Square Coming to PALESTINE Dr. Mellenthin SPECIALIST in Internal Medicine lor the past fifteen year** DOES NOT OPERATE Will l>c at O'NEILL HOTEL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th. Office Hours, 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. One Day, Only President Of Big Firm Now Endorses Sargon. "At th« age of 79 I'm still ac- tive in business, and I attribute my splendid energy and vitality to Sargon. I believe it added years to my life. No Chard? for Consultation...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

THE KDU CHEBOJf™' — ' '• ••". pt: ...;•'sSkV*. 3 DAYS ONLY 3 ]THE[ 3 PAYS ONLY 3 | J. DOUG MORGAN SHOWS MBfe I wS ALTO November 25-26-27 3 DAYS ONLY 3 Jacksonville November 28-29-30 Featuring Juilette and Her Famous Orchestra AMERICA'S BIGGEST TENT THEATRE 40 People—12 Dramatic Artists 15 Sin&ers 11 Bed Hot Dancers 7 Real Musicians 10 Pretty Girls ALTO Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday November 25-26-27 Ladies Free on Monday and Tuesday Nights when accompanied by paid tickets Two Shows for the Price of One TOBY'S BIG VAUDEVILLE With Singing, Dancing and Musical Specialties Starts at 8:00 o'Clock. Prices Adults 35c Children 10c Jacksonville THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Nov. 28 29-30 Ladies Free Thursday and Friday. Tent Well Heated Parents—Your Problem Solved. cess in Business." The large book will give you much infor- mation—it if FREE. (We have no branch schools. We lead; others follow.) Tyler Commercial College Tyler. Texas. Your Name Address (See Editor of The Rusk Chero- keean...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

2 V ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmm J8T : n r1 v J c CITATION BY PUBLICATION ^ } THE STATE OP TEXAS To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Cherokee Codnty Greeting: \^?tt are hereby Commanded to summon Johnnie Bla"ck by making pub lication of this Citation once in each week for £our successive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County: to appear at the next Regular Term of the District Court of Cherokee Court v. to )> hold- en at the Court House thereof, in Rusk cn the first Monday in January, 1930. the same being the 6th. day of January, 1930, then and there to ans- wer a petition filed in said on the 26th day of August, 1929, in a suit, cum- beren on the docket of said Court No. I0,97. wherin G. L. Black is Plaintiff and Johnie Black is defendant, said petition alleging: 1. That plulotlll' and defonduut were law- fully married 'in Cherokee'County. Texas, nn or about the Sth. day of April. A.I). 1926, and continued to live together as husband and wife un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 November 1929

I-is f':lb 4 '•:' * " ... ||? • < :- 4 ' " THE BUSK CHKROgfrEAN ,• ■;j.'. - —i . '' ', ODOM'S t ± T Y ? t Y f ❖ f t f T ❖ f I I * t ? ❖ ❖ f ❖ t t t t f T Y t f f f f ❖ f Y Y kT J Y Y Y Y ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ t ❖ t f Y Y Y ❖ f t Y Y Y f f t Y Y t Y f t f ? Y t t t Y T Y Y i IG CLEARANCE SALE OPENS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Late fall trade and the need of Ready Cash compel us to open this Saie right in the midst of the Fall season. A Few of the Many Bargains 300 Pair of Those Fine $10.00 Shoes for Men QC Packard's. <P ' 00 250 Pair of Those Fine $10.00 Shoes for Women (DC D (DC Fashion Plate « <P" 300 Pair of Those Fine $5 and $6 Shoes J q Ollt Several Hundred Pairs of Children's Shoes to Be Discontinued. To Close Out Entirely We expect to discontinue the sale of Men's and Boys' Clothing and will offer stock on hand to close out for good—Men's and Boys' Suits, Pants, Hats, Caps and Underwear. Fine $8 & $10 Dobbs' Hats... $6.75 Dobbs' $3 & $3.50 Caps. . - _ $1.95 ■ j ■ J ❖ ❖ * * c\ L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 November 1929

•'*' ' • " ' ; A. M. Ctark ^ r 1721 So. 7th St. \ 9J£ m I The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. '929 VOU MK II, NO 2." Premium Lists Out For The D-P Show. # While we have nothing official bearing on the Dairy-Poultry exposition, to be held in Jack- sonville, Friday and Saturday, December 6th., and 7th., the fol- lowing, taken from the Jackson- ville Progress, of Monday, ap- pears to be the latest and only I ^information available: 1 L'sts of premiums for the JCherokee County Dairy-Poultry f Show to be held in Jacksonville Friday and Saturday, December and 7, have been completed, jtl are being mailed out to Jankers and interested per ons jver the county, it was stated this morning. Prizes are, of course, being given by the banks of the county. Dairy exhibits are divided into registered and grade stuff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 November 1929

CHiKUICEK AN m « ■ : '■■ allon you buy adds to the wealth of.... East Texas | ' ■ J • i i 4 4 <r i 4 4 '41 4> « 4i -•,1 ♦: | |. 5 I 'M };• J*4 V The completion of a big, new Humble refinery at Neches adds to the prosperity of East Texas. Tapping the pools of ! high-quality petroleum which y were recently discovered here by Humble geologists marks the birth of a new source of wealth for this region .... 9 Refining the oil in East Texas and distributing it in this territory are put- ting thousands of new dollars into circulation. That part sold elsewhere also contributes to East Texas' prog- ress, for the money with which it is bought largely returns to this section. 5 Many citizens of East Texas will find employment with this company. Other citizens are profiting through the sale of Flashlike Gasoline and allied prod- ucts, manufactured in East Texas. County and municipal governments are benefited by the creation of new wealth within their boundaries. The tide of prosperity whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 November 1929

ifST 'j..1'". 1 . = Rusk Cherokeean A waskly MWipiptr publi«h«d «very PrkUy morning at Rusk, Ch«roke« County, Tnu. ■ i ,— B'O. WABD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Offier Phone 316 Entered u aecond-claas matter, July 16, 1919. at the poctefflce at Ruak, Texas, under the Act of Mawh 8, 18T9. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Uontht .76 Three Months .40 TH/C KUSM CHKKOKMKA*' PAGE THE OUR CREED **1 take no thought of my neighbor'# birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place oi> 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 ia no more than that." Many a man will sign a law- breaker's bond for $5,000.00 to get him out of jail who would not think of signing his note for $100.00 at the bank. You can always determine whether or not a modern house- wife is really up to date when y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 November 1929

r 7 i i i V , •,.7 THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN «r* ersonal Items "Smy It With Flow«r ." Say it with our*. Cut flowers, pot planta. funeral designs. N. A. Wajlace spent Sunday in Athens, where Mrs. Wallace has been visitiDg relatives for some time. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Henry Dac.v of Sacul, Rusk visitor Saturday. was a Millard Jenkins of Ponta, was here Saturday. Judge J. J. Bolton was visitor in Troup, last Friday. R. T. Davis of Gallatin, was here Saturday. Clay Bingham was a visitor in Jacksonville, last Friday. Sam Goodson of Jacksonville, was a visitor here last Saturday. Rev. J. E. Buttrili visited in Jacksonville, last week. J. F. Barker of Forest here the first of the week. was Eugene Roach, of Maydelle, was a business visitor in Rusk, Friday. Radio 375. 'B" Batteries 2.50 and F. D. Waldrop. C. S. Ousley and W. J. Gar- rett of Jacksonville, were here Tuesday attending county court. L D. Bolton, E. S. Bolton and Frank Bolto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 November 1929

m>r THE RUSE CHEROKEEAN ? T PAGE FI ■3S STILL RECEIVING NEW GOODS MOST EVERY DAY This week a new shipment of all kinds of Dry Goods Closing Out Very Low prices, ALL Sweaters and Heavy Merchandise The Kind being used RIGHT NOW Still Selling Ladles Slippers and High Top Boots FOR $1.00 Per Pair Mens Good Wark Shoes for SI.SO Alst giving away SadiesJHigh Top Shoes in small sizes JUST UNLOADING CAR OF FLOUR, FEED and MEAL Low Overbed and Large Volume, makes its possible for me to sell for less. Stock always complete, and you find what you want here JOE B. COPELAND East Side Public Square V:; Our New Line m We have added to our stock a complete equip- ment of the justlyJCelebrated KENNEDY RADIO The very Laiest, Best and Cheapest Radio on the Market today. All we ask is to install one xn your home£on trial. "DREAMS" IN MIRRORS We most cordially invite you to call and look at and into our new, varied and artistic line of Individual and Buffet Mirrors Nothing Nicer for Christmas B. F. SH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 November 1929

EUtUL CHKKOIUCKAk I m mrx &3j« ttisln The Past Few Years Corpus Christi, at San Antonio, at McCamey in West Texas, at Breckenridge, at Chilton near Waco, and at Neches between Palestine and Jacksonville. These products are sold to . , . n, . tnon i motorists in Texas unaer the , x£ iname ot Humble Flashlike Gmo- W'th Capital of $4,000,000 Now | Humble p,asUike Ethy, SSS o'n t ii'ISn • Gasoline and Humble and Velvet 000, Witb Pay Roll of W.000.-jMotor oils and Greale5. Tttey 000 Monthly and Is Furnishing | Employment to 10,500 Men,1 provide fuel for, and lubricate motors of all descriptions, from in An Omaha man who was ar- rested for driving a car while in- toxicated convinced the court that he had just been eating three pieces of mince pie, and was dis- charged. The Judge probably figured that a man who could devour three slices of the decom- posed substance was not men- tally responsible for anything. With 3,000 Additional Men En- ^ internal combustion motor gaged in Contract ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 January 1930

I J* 1 (I V i m RUSK CHEROKEEAN iWITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNT rigin&lly Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. '930 VOLUME II, NO 30 It Can't Be Helped. In the past it always made us nad for some uood intentioned iend to say "I liKe to tend our little paper," but it would ertainly be taken as a compli- ment as it might apply to this is- sue or the one preceding it. There was and is nothing in them. With many country papers it is the custom to not put out a paper Christmas week, and while not taking this advantage we submit that we have come about as near getting out none as could be found. The facts are there has been nothing doing to put in the pa per, or that it would be safe to print. We can not make or create news, except at home, and that would^not interest the public generally. We can not induce people to die just to get the obituary notice. Neither can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 January 1930

arifBargalns! That's What You Want—We Know v ft," 1 1 We know you want bargains. We know you love bargains P —we know that you like our store because we give you bar- gains—we know that you are going to like us better in 1930 'cause we are going to give you bargains every day of the year. It's Our Business to Give You Bargains and We Sure Do Mean to 'Tend to Our Business For You LARD Friday and Saturday ARMOUR'S VEGETOLE 8 Pound Pail Pinto Beans COFF JHUI/I S.Xri.TrX-rCHttlFIKttt Sauer Kraut $' 2 Pounds 18c MAXWELL HOUSE 3 Pound Can No. 2 Can 11 ^ 5 WU'.liW—i li'a.' California Navals Dozen 29c Lettuce Hard Heads Each 12c FLOUR PRIDE OF LAMAR Special Extra High Patent Absolutely Guaranteed 48 Pound Sack $ 1.67 Best Chum Tall Can 15c SUGAR PDR' CANE U V Vlllll A Cloth Bag 10 Pounds 3C Pork and Beans t<bb,s No. 2 Can 10c J ** -mm, Su?ar Curecl DaCOn RL-N. Waste Pound 9C Evaporated Peaches 2 Pounds 35c Grandma's White Naptha 10 Bars Toilet Soap M™>H" Camay or Lux Winesap Nice Size...

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