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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

' '.V* ■ m I > \' ,r'' SSi VALENTINES ► CANDY Beautiful Red Heart Boxes All Styles Fancy Valentines and Valentine Cards Don't Forget this is the time to use Liquid Smoke Smoked Salt Wright's and Figaro—"They are Better" r'LANT ENGLISH PEAS AND OTHER GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEED. Let Us Supply You. MOSELEY DRUG STORE P. S.—See us for Valentines and Valentine Supplies. L. S .ROSS W M. VIKING All Kinds of Auto Accessories fir (r Personal Items Miss Tennie Green of Jack- sonville, visited friend3 here this week. "Say It Witb Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, iesigns. funerai Mrs. Lee Guinnand daughter, M rs. Everett Chastain, went to j Houston, Wednesday night. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association T. J. Stovall, .Jr., was a Jack- sonville visitor Monday. Attorney Joe T. Goodwin of ! Jacksonville, attended court here Tuesday and Wednesday ;■ Dr. J. M Travis of .Jackson- ville attended district court! here, Tuesday. Mr. an...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

mm. ' Th« Galveston News of last jTrjday, had the following notice 0f the promotion of a former Rusk boy: "C.H.Newman, for the past two years general manager of the Texas Star Flour Mills here, has been named executive pres- dent of the Tex-O-Kan Flour Mills Company, Dallas." Mr. Newman is now in Rusk, having been cailed by the seri- ous illness of his mother. Mrs. C. T. Newman. County Court Convene d The regular February term of the County Cou rt was convened Monday morning with Judge J. J. Bolton, presiding. Some regular orders in prob- ate and ex parte matters were made. Owing to the fact that the dis - trict court was in session with a jury, all the county .'court jury cases were continued until the term commencing Ma -ch 11th. ALABAMA HUSBAND WAS PERSISTENT Follows Wife to Hospital and Kills Her. Birmingham, Ala. —Twelve hours after his wife iifid been sent to a hos- pital suffering from a knife wound he inflicted, W. R. Keith broke into her room and shot her three times. She d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 February 1930

% The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY I*'1-".!!!!I'AKY !) 10 VOLUME IT. NO 30 MY POSITIOI. The Road Conditions. Commissioner's Court In J. W. Pearson Asks For A Strenuous Session. Office Of Tex Collector. John Shattuck Goes The District Court Into Weigher's Race. Has Lull In Work. TO THE VOTKHS OF CHEROKKE Coi'Nty: In making '".V announcement 1 or the reelection for Tax Col- lector, not/, i'.hstanding I have said that I would not offer again, I have done so, not hastily nor greedily, but after much thought and persuasion from many friends and not then until 1 had been voluntarily released from a definite promise not to oppose a man who had heretofore made the race and who had expressed desire to try it again. This same man met me on last Thanksgivings dny and intimated that he might not be in the race again and a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 February 1930

I. I 9 - ANNOUNCEMENTS Hie announcements appearing here- under are all made subject to the ac- tion of 4the Democratic Nominating Primary to be held July 2tHh., 1930, as provided by law : Announcement Feea Tlie followlxK firs. Invuriitbly in udvuuce. arc to be paid: CoQcress ^ S15.C0 District Offices 10.00 County Offices... 7.;0 frecluct Offices 5.00 For District Attorney: Wrn EMERSON STONE MAKE —- Your Dollar Reach AS FAR AS POSSIBLE For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN And We Can Help You Do It For County Judge: J. J (Capt) BOLTON (Re^Eletion) For District Clerk: A. M. VINING (Re^Eletion) Peck Seed Potatoes and Gallon Backet Lisa Beans 83c 2 Pounds 30c For Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R. GRAY •; Re-Election) For Tax Assessor: C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) For Tax Collector: A. R. ODOM (Re-Election) WATTERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSONJ For County Treasurer: 3 Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS] (ResElection) Mrs. E. DUPREE For County Clerk: F C.'(Clay) BINGHAM (ResElection) LARD 8 Founds $1.03 5...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 February 1930

« t f 4 ©■• * rHE Ruak CHEUOKEEAiS PAGE FIV* (F :?s >■'< PLANT MORE SEED Raise Better Gardens Ratse More Feed Seees in bulk are cheaper! • Let us supply you. GLT READY FOR SPRING With a New Coat of SHESWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES Beautify Your Home and Preserve the Surface MOSELEY DRUG STORE Special Agents for SARGON and SAP.GON l'[LLS. Personal Items O. M. Berry who has been u patient in a sanitarium at Jack-j onville, returned home Sunday. COME TO SEE US. "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, iesigns Smith, who has Ix-eri ! i e at the sanitarium, fol |; : & ■ it MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. a u X funerai lowing ^n operation, came home | last Friday, having been away : several weeks. I II | Miss Florence Clayton of 1 Rosenburg, is visiting her uncle,: | E. M. Mansfield. In Our Market you will find a Nice Assortment of. Fresh Fish and Oysters, Dressed Poultry, FRESH and CURED MEATS of al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 February 1930

< &mmh& - \ iV Ittman E COUNTY cresting Three-Day Program for Entire Time to be Taken Up with Contests for Prizes Jherokee County School Exhibit will be held at Rusk, March 6th, 7th and 8th in the old hotel lding north of Court House. There will be three sections as follows: Primary, first, second 3 third grades; intermediate, fourth fifth, sixth and seventh grades; high school, eighth, uith, tenth and eleventh grades. ■ Also, two divisions, city and rural. City division will be composed of Jacksonville, Rusk ar.d to schools. All other white schools will compose the rural division. Best Exhibit Primary First to Third Grades Best Exhibit Intermediate Fourth to Seventh Grades Best Exhibit-High School Eighth to Eleventh Grades Best Exhibit for one and two teacher schools . Best Exhibit for three and four teacher schools Best Exhibit for five teacher schools and above PRIZE LIST FOR CITY DIVISION 1st. 2nd. $10.00 $5.00 1st. 2nd. $10.00 $5.00 1st. 2nd. $10.00 $5.00 PRIZE LIST ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 February 1930

•« w r ■<, ■ IK % WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL fW?' m nRi 'it Sfii.) 'W . ije > MR -iOi t#rif>| U if 'I *' .ill ..f i> .oj, ill Mi WJ '<•!' Mia Jt -3k ' KEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1050. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY FEBRUARY21 WJO iiiolrwM VOLUME II, NO SI Judge Hodges Resigns Poll Tax Payments As District Judge Exceed Predictions District Court. Judge C. A. [lodges, who for the past live years has been pre- siding judge of this, the Second Judicial District, has tendered his resignation to Governor Moody. to take effect we under- stand, on March 1st., or the con A final count of the poll tax paid in Cherokee county for the year 1930 shows that there are more qualified voters than had been anticipated, the aggregate being estimated at 5,550, whi e the count shows 5,766. These figures do not include The following proceedings have been had in the District Court the pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 February 1930

i i ' 1 f-'MM i PLANT MORE SEED Raise Getter Gardens Ratse More Feed • • Seees in bulk are cheaper! Let us supply you. GET READY FOR SPRING With a New Coat of SHESWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES Beautify Your Home and Preserve the Surface MOSELEY DRUG STORE Special Agents for SARGON and SARGOX PILLS. ANNOUNCEMENTS The announcements appearing here- under are all made subject to the ac- tion of Lthe Democratic Nominating: , Primary to be held July 26th., 1930, [ as provided by law: Announcement Fees Tlit- following fees, invariably In advance, are to be paid: , Congress $15.00 District Offices 10.00 County Offices 7.50 : ] I'reclnct Offices 5.00 J For District Attorney: Wm. EMERSON STONE For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN MMMMMMKrWK S. G KERR w H. HANNA CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. KERR & HANNA, Proprietors RUSK, TEXAS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE We keep our records up to date. Instruments filed in the County Clerk's office yesterday are index- ed in our office this morning. If you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 February 1930

4 ! * • *""&> r' ■ ' ====== The Rusk Cherokeean A weelju newspaper published «very Friday •morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. jjf O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Word, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 310 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. .75 Three Months. ... .40 OUR CREED "1 take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he wanes his prayer: 1 grant him a white man s place on earth, If his game ig 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." = THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE THRLo If we had thirteen months in a year instead of twelve some peo- ple would be six weeks behind on their obligations instead of just a month, as they are^today. When a man breaks an arm he invariably pulls a whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 February 1930

lure of Stock Market Partly to Blame, but Slackened Specula tion Expected to Bring Return a YEA for a Change! |i to Thrift. Tb* first recession in the nation'i account in.banks In tb* twen- years during which records Is this ild have been kept by the American ere Association was disclosed for t year In the recent annual compile- Ion prepared by Its Savings Bank J&lTiiion. The ehrlnkage amounted to jever 9196,000,000, on the basis of fig- •res tor the year ending June 29, 1929, jwhereas a : ear earlier the reported in- Cease was oyer $2,300,000,000, the rgest ever recorded. The number pf savings depositors also decreased Jnrlng the year covered by more than 00,000 accounts. The lure of the •tock market and affiliated activities pre cited as part of tlie explanation Vor these changes. The association's statement says Chat savings deposits in banks and itrust companies of continental United (States on June 29, 1929, stood at $28,- 817,656,000. The recession in savings. It declares,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 February 1930

'm . U 'J >• •« ;jsl 'JSi Personal Items "•Say It V^lh Flower*." Say it wiLh ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral desig^. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. H. G. Guinn of Crockett, visit- ed relatives here Monday. Hub Nicholson of Sumrnerfield, was in Rusk, this week. 0. K Ellis of Sumrnerfield, wasfca Rusk visitor, Tuesday. West Wade, A. O Frederick and J. D. Brooks of Jacksonville, were in Rusk Tuesday. Dr. E. M. Moseley was in Jacksonville Monday, on pro- fessional business. Mr. and M rs. P. 0. Kelley and daughter, Miss Marjorie, of Lutein, spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. D. X. Wiggins. Odom Dry Goods Co's. Friday Saturday 100 SALE Walter Richie ol Reklaw, w as in the city Monday. 100 Brand New DRESSES and PANTEES 50 WASH SUITS For Boys .1. J. White of Tyler, was a business visitor in the city Mon- day. W. D. Armstrong of Alto, was here Tuesday. i 1 W. D, Spears of Alto, was inj Rusk the first of the week. Attorney Sam Line...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 February 1930

USK C ■*■: £>* **fa. '.**. - -• *. ,>> '• vj* >. IN RUSK &'■• •'{'■■ > ^ flk ' • Chas. and Elizabeth Morrill's J. Doug Morgan's Big Tent Show 35- PEOPLE 38 FEATURING ELIZABETH MORRILL IN Late Comedies Music-Vaudeville-Comedy Shows In One 3 l 9 THE PLAYS: FRIDAY: "The Discarded Husband' It's a WOW! SATURDAY AFTERNOON: Merchants' Big Bargain Matinee At 2:30 Get FREE Tickets from the merchants. The tickets and 5c admits you to General Admission Seats. SATURDAY NIGHT: Two Complete and Different Shows. FIRST SHOW: "THE GOLD DIGGER" BOY IT'S A WAMPUS CAT SECOND SHOW: "TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM" Don't Miss It—One of the Funniest Comedies Ever Written Business is fine—Tent always Warm and Dry. Get the Habit and Fol- low the Crowds to the Big Tent Located on Alto Highway. *' • 1 ' drive your cars on the show grounds FREE! FREE! FREE! A Set of Beautiful Furniturn Given Aw«y by FRANK SHERMAN— Absolutely Free! Good Luck!-Chas- and Elizabeth OB/mBSimSmEBEmEI^EBSSSSSBISEEISSi LA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

? Tbe Rusk Cherokeean •V ITU WHICH JS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL neinally Kstabli-hed J-Ybruury "7, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COt.'NTY, TEXAS. KKTDAY Fl'.lUtrARY2H Hi.iO WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU 5 CHEROKEE CO JNTY VOLUME II. NO .S8 District Court Virdinf, Up January Ttrm. fii; cu r 'nt teI'm of the Dist- rict Court of Chero ;eo com ty, is fast drawing to a close, its duration terminating by statute, oa Saturday of this wee if. On the whole it has not been a yery exciting or aeiive session, due to various and in most in- stances unavoidable hindrances. In the first place the disability of Judge Hodges naturally had a deterring effect and this has been followed by other unto- ward conditions tbat have result- ed in a number of cases being passed or continued, and ethers dismissed. As it is, however, the docket might have been left in worse shape, there have been a number of convictions in crim- inal cases, a goodly grist of pleas of guilty and forfeitures of bond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

I * , Spring Time for Kodaking SEE THE NEW KODAKS IN COLORS Film to fit your Kodak. LEAVE YOUR FILMS WITH US FOR FINISHING. SEED CORN SEED Field Garden Flower Plants in Season MOSELEY DRUG STORE P. S. Special Agents for SARGON and SARGON PILLS. Good strong Rose bushes. 2 years old. They are the hesi, will bloom this spring, 45<j each. P;ant<—Verbinas,Panzy plants Bulbs, Dahlias, Gladiolas and 'l ube Rose. Mr-.T H Sinuletary F o' ist. i/OS Vi—« _ — —/j (r- I S. G. KERR W. H. HANNA among county abstract co. KERR & HANNA, Proprietors RUSK, TEXAS \ ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE We kee? ^ur recoids up to date. Instruments filed in the County Clerk's office yesterday are index- ed in our office this morning. If you need an abstract or want a title policy, see us. Sack %iit Hurting "I was in a very weak condition from a s«rious sickness," writes Mrs. L Leonard, 571 Joseph St., New Orleans, La. "I was so weak, I wanted to Bleep all the time. I did not have strength to do uny thing. M ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

BIRTHDAY We's a Baby But Healthy and Strong! We's young but mighty lively and gay, We eats Meat and drinks the best there is—Water. Shor nuff, folks, you've been fine to CLARENCE S4CJNDLRS S7 ORE this one year of our young life. It was our babyhood, but you gave us teeth for the business and we are using 'em cutting High Prices to Cheater and Cheater. As before. our battle cry is: "LOWER FOOD PRICES." Our banner stands as the signal warning for the food tro/iteer; it is to Rusk the flag of war, to beat back, back the relentless army of High prices. Before "Sole Owner"came to Rusk food prices continued to go ut and up, but the tast year they have gone down and down. Clarence Saunders' new business is*growing by leaps and bonnds•• it is to be greater and more lasting than the one he lost. Everthing was taken except his own name and they tried to get that but the Court of Appeals said "NO Right here in your midst, the CLARENCE S4UNDERS SI ORE is a very necessary part of our town, for w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

HWfHnWHHM IW'OTiWILI MlMu Mi ttatt . • • COME ON ENTIRE STOCK TURNED LOOSE ■TO THE A phenomenal Bargain Challenge by Williams Brothers on their Third Anniversary -Throwing Cost Prices t< the w High Grade, Standard Brands of Nationally Known Merchandise at the mercy of the Buying Public. A Super Sens Amazing and Beneficial. It's the Store Behind the Savings that Makes Them Ring True - - Event Can Win Such Distinction - - - Such Merit -V * 1 -ji OPENING DAY SPECIAL Ladies' House Dresses Limit One to a Customer Special Group of Ladies' Silk Dresses "*95 50 In the lot—regular 17.50 to 22.50 Long lengths. Carried from mid winter selling season; mostly dark colors; to be featured during sale at NEW SPRING 400 Just unpacked—all tagged and marked at prices that will appeal to every Smart Woman. Fashioned right Frocks that carry the very latest style tendencies—high waist lire—the new lergtta — The best Silks. You will buv more than one at such Remaikable Savings. BEGINNING FRIDAY tOKNINI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

opmpmmm wiiii— iniiii mmmmum ON EVERYBODY!!! «®tai PASSES ens f to the winds and offering their stock of ipeir Sensation that will be Appealing, Sacrifice Prices Take Control of This Stock for Our Third Anniversary tmmnsanoH miU'wiM n am -& m Other Merchandising COME!! Y ..[ORNING, we inaugurate Our THIRD ANNI- is Selling Event will bs an appreciation of valued pat- n w sell only standard brand merchandise, and money is Worth coming miles after. We trust that each of you r store a visit and see the many worth while bargains Jew Spring Goods have been arriving for the past three le low sale price. . . .Remember the Sale Opens GtfT O'CLOCK. ikes i ni{■■■ ■ (■: j,'-l n m ... K V. -m. .. :r ENTIRE Stock involved in This MASTER SALE we must ® — -\F. : AT 8 A. M. 1 <*art Here's a Sale of MEN'S SHIRTS That Will Start Every Wearer to Talking Such brands as Arrrow, Shirt- craft—Phillips-Jones are included in this sale. Buy now for the next twelve months — big savings — outstanding val...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

^8iSid8roH®8B "MENT P ■ i announcements appearing here- r are all made subject to the ac- of:the Democratic Nominating rloiary to be hekl July 20th., 1930, provided by law: Announcement Fee® Ttit; following fees. liivuriubly In advuuce. rt to be paid: $1.->.C0 g 10.C0 , County offli'i's .. ".50 > I'recluci Offices .... 5.00 wb'Oongrebs Otli- I ■ - I ; 1 m if * !?■ 'f i • •I , • I For District Attorney: Wm. EMERSON STONE For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN For County Judge: J. J (Capt) BOLTON (Re^Eletion) For District Clerk: A. M. VINING (Re^Eletion) For Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R GRAY (Reflection) For Tax Assessor: C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) For Tax Collector: A. R. ODOM (Re-Election) WATTERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSON] For County Treasurer: Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS (ResElection) j Mrs. E. DUPREE For County Clerk: F. C.'(Clay) BINGHAM (ResElection) For Supt. Public Instruction. E. S. ERWIN (Re Eletion) For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 LOUIS BUTLER (ResElection) R. E. FINLE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

*> The Rusk Cherokeean \ weekly newspaper published «very Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee Coi<nJr, Texas. __ f II" O. WARD, Editor n<l Publislior Penrl L. Wnrd, Asst. Fditor tk Pul> Oilier I'hono :>l(i "r.tered as second-cicaf- matter, July ! o, 1919. at the post< ffiee at Rusk, Texas. up<!er t)ic Act of March 3, ••-u Haven't you noticed that rre quently when telling what you regard as a real good one to some friend, he seems bored and almost distressed, and presently h..1 brightens up and smiles bland- ly? That is when it has come to him what he is going to tell when you got through. Coming to PALESTINE DR. MELLENTHIN SPECIALIST in Internal .Medicine for tlx- past fifteen yours MINE-'. ENTHS PREVENTABLE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ? 1.50 •<ix Month*. .76 Three Months. . .. 40 OUR CREED Nine-tenths of nil the diseases o! 1 the American people can be traced ! i rectly to constipation, doctors say. Constipation throws into the system j ; ..i.'ons which taint ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 February 1930

IBnWMWKM wu «\ ■u m* a 2E1 Personal Items **S y U With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Hall left Monday, for a combined busi- ness and pleasure trip down in the Rio Grande Valley. If I. R gets across the river it will all be a mistake and ro fault of Mrs. Hall's. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Special Sale now on at White's W. J. Weatherbv ot' Jackson- ville, was here Monday. You save the agents commiss- ion when yon bay from us TOM COULD MONUMENT WORKS Jacksonville, Texas Bridge Club Entertained E. R. Richie of Reklaw, was in the city the iirst ot the week. All Tan Nunn & Bush at cost, at White's. J. H. Garrett of Troup, was a Rusk visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams •were business visitors in Dallas, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. J. F. Vermillion was hostess to the Bridge Club on Friday afternoon of last week. Three tables of bridge were arranged. Mrs. Dudley Li...

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