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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

>T * ^ ^ •'>,.; Ji. ..'J: i'..... '^Sl ■ . . w'l& Jfefe. #r?// ma ruin pistons at -W t if1' b 0 /Kk; Slf vyife.. .'-\±?'7r •,VW t u V afwme/x warn i/t h / '"::• . - T"*" T"r3Td\ Mr™ «a ■ ;v ''' i-^s waS-sMi. ;t. %iis/ J®. JiSL fsSL ' " S. L to Scratching engine surfaces that should be kept as smooth as glass — that's the action of "winter-worn" motor oil! Gritty, weak, diluted! Every hot day it stays in your engine, speed and power dwindle. Get rid of it today! Refill with Texaco. This clean, golden oil is as easy on pistons as Persian rugs are to your feet. It makes every ~ *! «/ piston stroke smoother, safer, surer. On all moving parts it forms a sturdy film that acts as armor against injur- ious friction. That's why with Texaco, engines forget to grow old though the speedometer says that they tire! Because your car needs it—stop to- day for a fresh supply of Texaco—the golden oil that has made the Texaco Red Star with the Green T a symbol of security to the motorists of...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

the Great Tester' Wffii n ■<WL 'There is no better way to judge the future than by the past." We pride ourseives on the r ecord we have ac- quired in the years gone by, and promise to do our best to retain it. We appreciate ous friends and hope to keep them by adhering to the wellknown combin- tion of "Quality and Price" That's Our Sloy^rt MALLARD'S GROCERY The Old Reliable S. G. KERR W. H. HANNA mnMiKFF Mm n co. ■ l I.. ■ —— KERR & HANNA, Proprietors RUSK, TEXAS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE We keep our recoids up to date. Instruments tiled 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. NEVER BEFORE Have we been in better position to serve the public with everything the market affords in Meat and Groceries SANITARY SERVICE is our constant aim and ambition. Your phone or child gets the same satisfac- tory results as your personal attention. IF NOT RIGHT, WE MAKE IT RIGHT S. W. Corner Square ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 April 1930

REXALL ONE CENT SALE-NYAL 2 FOR 1 SALE-MOSELEY DRUG STORE-MAY 1-2-3 I V > 1 * # 1^ 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, TE/ 3. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 19.50 VOLUME II. No. 4H | George B. Terrell Announc- es lor Representative. Austin, Texas, April 21, 1 OHO To the voters of Cherokee County: I am retiring lrora the office of ' Commissioner of Agriculture after serving ten years. I want to return to my farm and live the remainder of my life :iinong the good people where I was born and raised. I could prob- ably be re elected without op- position but I do not desire to be burdened with a state office two years longer and remain away from my homq during that time. 1 am announcing for Repre- sentative at the urgent request of many citizens I will close my term of office at the time the Legislature meets in January and can serve in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 April 1930

HHukiMBtfMLkaSKy '•w Ailments Yield Quickly To New Konjola >•'." -. c Manager ol East Side Stone Yard Eagerly Praises Merits of New Medicine (K I v I M ■M, idf: 7 I I f fill tes MR. JAMES A. COX. "Stomach trouble, disordered kid- neys and constipation over a period of six months, had placed me in a badly run-down condition," said Mr. James A. Cox, 6J0 Mathewson street, "Wichita. "Gas and bloating' fol- lowed even the simplest meals. Kid- ney weakness gave me frightful back pains and I was subject to frequent bladder actions. I was restless and found it difficult to sleep for any length of time. I had no appetite and was weak and listless. For two weeks I was utterly unable to work and it was during this time that Kon- jola was recommended to me by my friends." "My appetite increased from the very day 1 began taking Konjola. My stomach gradually began to funct- ion as it should and the back pains left me. Today I eat heartily without any discomfort whatever and am free from bloati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 April 1930

ritii II iiiiWMj|p||ii > «at&i Mttwmm-,*. -*! f 1 D >r y ie M'Jf ! J ^ ,'■*., if Personal Items "S.y It ^ftb Flow.rt," Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot planta, funeral design*. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. H. T. Brown of Jacksonville, was a visitor here Monday. A. V. Oliver ot Alto, was in Rusk Saturday. ' f Ipw*' Sam Jones and 0. C Mathews of Lu'kin, were business visitors in Rusk. Saturday. Mrs Bertha Bolton and daugh- ter, Miss Roberta, of Morrill, were visitors in Rusk, last week end. Mr. Wallace and son, Floyd, of Douglas, were visitors in Rusk, last week. C. C. Den man and Ed Muckle- roy. of Nacogdoches, were here last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Mussle- white, of Lufkin, spent the week end with relatives in Rusk. Miss Crystal Welch of Belton, spent last week end in Rusk, with her parents. Mrs. Elizabeth Austin, spent the days in Rusk. Thweatt of Easter hoii- Miss Lela Reeves visited father at Dallas. Saturday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 April 1930

11 EMENTS istrict Judge: , CULBERSON DENMAN 0A Of Nacogdoches County SAM H, TOWNSEND Of Angelina County JESS W. BATES Of Nacogdoches County (Filling Unexyired Term) 3S& ... m m fSS; li ' i. For District*Attorney: Wm. EMERSON STONE Fcr Representative: E. P. PALMER GEORGE B. TERRELL For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN For County Judge: J. J. (Capt) BOLTON (Re^Eletion) D. L. HARRY For District Clerk: A. M. VINING For Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R. GRAY (Reflection) E. C. (Dred) MARTIN For Tax Assessor: C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) For Tax Collector: A. R. ODOM •WATTERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSON For County Treasurer:* Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS (Reflection) Mrs. E DUPREE For County Clerk: h F. C. (Clay) BINGHAM For Supt. Public Instruction E. S. ERWIN For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 LOUIS BUTLER (ResElection) R. E. FINLEY D. H. BELL D. X. WIGGINS K. H. MANESS For Public Weigher Pre. No. 1: T. A McIVER A B. LITTLEJOHN J. M (Mark) KING D H. REEVES. J. E. ShATTUCK W L ODOM For Justice o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 April 1930

> v p4 1 \ # ' The Rusk Cherokeean A. weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee C.>untyjl Texas. II* O. WAKDt Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, AaHt. Editor & Pub Oilier Phone 316 Entered as second-cUtK matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under tit* Act of March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Three Months .40 No man, with a grain of sense is going to quit his home as long as the wife knows how to build a strawberry "shortcake." A Houston lawyer is said to have lost $400.00 while attending a base ball game, and the chances are that he never even bet that the man at bat would get to first base. Wonder whatever become of that affluent and vain citizen who used to have ivory rings on his bridle bits and drove with a genuine whalebone whip? An association of women's clubs passed a resolution in favor of the "preservation of Wild Life," but they had refrence to the higher animals and not to the lives of m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 April 1930

£jS3flErt££^9ii0JftiL .3 Cbiemd In Bask, The first week in May is set aside as national music week. The Rusk Music Club, as here- tofore, will sponsor the event in this city, under the diivction of Mrs. William Homes, chairman of the music week committee. The 7th anniversary of this observation will be from May 4th., to 10th. inclusive. The following programs have been arranged with no admit- tance fee. 1 very one is urged to attend. Sunday morning—Specialmus- ic at the churches. Sunday afrtr-noon—5:00 o'clock Band conceit on court house lawn. Monday evening—Operatta, El Torso, at High School, directed by Mrs. Mary P. McDaniel. Tuesday evening—Miss Ella Curtis' pupils in recital, assisted by Mrs. Mary P. McDaniel, at Presbyterian church. Thursday evening—Mrs. Wm. Homes' pupils in recital, assisted by Mrs. Pinley's piano pupils and Rusk Music Club. Friday noon—Music Club quartette will sing at Kiwanis Club. All evening programs will be- gin promptly at 8:00 o'clock. NATURE THOUGHT OF...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Cherokeean WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRJDA.Y, MAY 2, 19.10 VOLUME 11, No. 4J Not All Througn Prayer Judge Benge Is Out But Fore-Ordination | For County Judge. ■4 |.v Last Friday afternoon, when the dishintr rain drove the farm- ers out on the rural routes from their fields, t'ie.y very naturally went to the house and picked up the current issue of the emblem of truth, printed that morning, and saw where we were bound to get rain in plenty of time, and '..4 naturally wondered how we Nknew it was coming. We didn't. ^ We are no relation to a prophet, but are in good standing with some devout Presbyterians and believe in foreordination and that what is to be wi 1 be, and that among ct er things that this is a part of God's chosen country and people, and He is not going to see thein suffer be- yond their just deserts. The precipitati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

i line n* *up:v MARTIN DIES Candidate F or CONGRESS Second District Will Address the People of CHEROKEE COUNTY Ppl 1890 AT ALTO Saturday, Nay 3rd. 2:30 P. M. Hear This Fearless Orator (P0L1CAL ADVERTISING) Konjola's Work "Mirac- ulous," Says This Lady. WacoLadv, Lifetime Resi- dent, Enthusiastic A bout I>ew Medicine that Re- lieved Stomach Ailment NOTICE MRS. LILLIK COLLINS. "KoDjola made a new person of me," said Mis. Lil!ie Collins, J(il" Homan avenue, Waco. ' For the past few years I have had a severe case of stomach trouble. The food I ate failed to digest, gas formed and I was subject to chest pains and heart palpitations. I a« always tired in the morning. Pains in the small of my back from affected kidney's often kept me from doing my housework. I often suffered with numbness in my hands and feet and was extremely nervous. "I began to get relief immediately after I began the Konjola treatment. The gas on my stomach after meals has now be°n eliminated and I no longer find ni...

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

V o S if 1 ( n. weekly newspaper publisbod •v«ry Friday morning at Ruak, Cbtrokee 'County, Texas. O* O. WAtJ), Editor and Publisher Pearl L WVrd, Ant. Editor Sc Pub Officii Phone 316 Entered aa second-claaa matter, July 16. 1919. at the postefflee at Ktuk. Texaa, under the Act ti March #. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yew 9 1.50 Six Moatfe It Three Month* .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neisfabor'e birth. Or the way be xuues his prayer: I grant him a white sans place oh earth, If his game ia on the square. it 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 must be a place specially prrovideded in h—1 for the acj comodation of cruel step parents and people who de-horn cattle. Bandits locked a Kansas City groceryman in an icebox, but in their search for valubles seem to have overlooked the ice. A celebrated New York tenor comes boldly forth w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

V .11 _ £sM>i, mLM. t Is the great problem, and we are doing our best to help solve it by selling Groceries at Lowest Possible Prices. ::::::: LOOK AT THESE SPECIALS I I { t PEANUT OIL Per GalUn '1.54 LARD 8 Pound Bucket '1.08 t ADMIRATION COFFEE *1.15 * LAUNDRY SOAP t 10 Bars 34c Per Pound % CRYSTAL WAX ONIONS «™c,.P ♦*♦ One Large Paramount Mayonnaise One Sandwich Spread for And Receive One Jar of Thousand Island Dressing FREE f f f i f V 8c ❖ ~ * ROTH FLOOR f ❖ | BEST WEAL | BRICK SALT-50 POUND For Stock I PURE CANE SYRUP t 65c '1.65 65c 55c 85c ♦> v Halls Heme T own Grocery V ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ We Deliver Rusk, Texas Phone 370 SUN-TEX WHITE LEGHORNS Hatched May 5th and 12th will make the most money for you beeausejthey are lowest in price, and^wlil ;make better Fall and Winter layers PRICE $9.00 per lOO These chicks are from the same flocks as our March and April chicks—The eggs cost us less—so we are passing the saving on to you. SUN-TEX MAY ?sm. and 12th. Hatched W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

1 r > ■t *0 id >r 10 /c sk of as 11 \ 11 " ■I " "■ , '' '■¥ Personal Items j '"Say It Witb Flowers." Sajftt with ours. Cut tlowers, pot plants, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Bob Payne of Dialvilie was in Rusk Monday. Hon. P. P. Palmer of Alto, was a visitor in the city Monday. R. A. Gaddis of Ponta, was a Rusk visitor Monday. Dr. P. H. Stafford of Grape- iand was here Friday. Prof. Lee Jones of Ponta. was in Rusk the first of the week. W, M. Guice of Grapeland was ■a Ku.-.k visitor this week. Sam H. Townsend of Lufuin, was a visitor here last Fdelay. C. H. Mehnei was a visitor in Marshall Tuesday. John W. Chandler of Gallatin, •was a Rusk visitor, Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Brooks, of Beau- mont, is here visiting her sister, .Mrs. John Parks. Attorney E. G. Fletcher of Grand Saline, was here Monday, on business. Gerald Fitzgerald of Morrill, was a Rusk visitor the first of tho week. Will Baker ex-mayor ol Nac- ogdoc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

i • District Judge: CULBERSON DENMaN Of Nacogdoches County SAM H.TOWNSEND Of Angelina County JESS W.BATES Of Nacogdoches County (Filling Unexyired Term). For District'Attorney: Wm. EMERSON STONE 0EV I P r Representative: e. p. palmer george b. Terrell For County Attorney: H. T, brown For County Judge: J. J. (Capt) BOLTON (Re^Eletion) D. L. HARRY m For District Clerk: A. M. VINING For Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R. GRAY (Reflection) E. C. (Dred) MARTIN For Tax Assessor: C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) For Tax Collector: A. R. ODOM WATTERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSON For County Treasurer:* Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS (Reflection) Mrs. E. DUPREF. For County Clerk: h F. C. (Clay) "BINGHAM For Supt. Public Instruction. ' E. S. ERWIN For Commissioner Precinct No. LOUIS BUTLER (Reflection) R. E. FINLEY D. H. BELL D. X. WIGGINS K. H. MANESS For Public Weigher Pre. No. 1: T. A McIVER A. B. LITTLEJOHN J. M (Mark) KING D H. REEVES. J. E. SHATTUCK W. L ODOM For Justice of the Peace: J. 0. COUPLAND ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

T^yiflaiHBiiir^fidi^aiafc''^j riaiiinywmni n wn mnio . ,•• WET GAS makes your stubborn as a mule m 1. A wet gas is an atomized mixture of gasoline vapor in which are suspended drops of raw gasoline. 2. These drops of raw gaso- line form an uneven mixture which resists the action of the spark. 3. Result: Destructive crank- case dilution, difficult starts, slow acceleration — a slug- gish motor. DRY IVAPORIZEI 1. The new and better Texacovaporizesso read- ily that it forms a dry gas — an active mixture of gasoline and air. 2. This pure, dry gas responds instantly to the action of the spark. 3. Result: Lightning starts, rapid acceleration, smooth action — power! Cars that climb hills like rahhits with Texaco, will cough and sputter and demand second gear when a wet gas is in the tank. For wet gas condenses into raw drops of gasoline in the mani- fold and makes engines slow, stubborn, sluggish and sick! Texaco cures that. It forms such a thoroughly dry gas that instant power surges into...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 May 1930

Hg Beginning Thursday, Nay 1st Continuing up to Saturday, May 10th MAYER & SCHMIDT 41ST ANNIVERSARY SALE A Store-Wide Event Savings in Every Department We have done everything possible to make our 41st Anniversary both profitable and pleas- ant for you. Only new desirable, fashion-right merchandise is offered at savings you can get only during this celebration. Two of our buyers made a special trip to New York only two weeks ago to secure the many specials we are offering. Every item has been checked and compared for style, quality and price. We KNOW they are right. MAYER & SCHMIDT Tyler, Texas A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIALS *22.50 Silk Dresses 14 *3.50 Silk _ __ Costume Slips'222 $2 Printed Crepe Silk J59 Boys' Wash $ Suits 2 to 7 years * *1.95 Chiffon t_„ Silk Hose *1— Men's *2.50 Pajamas $165 Senate bill ,4408" by Senator Smart proposes to place tobacco and tobacco products under the control of the national food and drug act on the plea that the tiealth of the people is endan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 May 1930

— Mm 1 \r The Rusk Cherokeean MJ WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAYO, lO.iO WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME II, No. 4a This Section Escapes The Raging Storms With destructive winds, Hood- ed streams and tields, and even cyclones visiting various sections of Texas during the past week, this sectisn has so iar escaped any ravages, and yet received all the benefits that can po>sibly accrue from heavy precipitation. All day Tuesday the wind was high, the clouds threatening, the temperature varying and every indication present that augurs seriously disturbed elements, in fact, the changing conditions rivaled anything experienced here in years, and much fear and concern was expressed by those who have made a study of and had experience under such conditions, but it ail wound up about 7.00 p. m., with a real thunder storm and higher wind, with el:ctrical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 May 1930

RBDUCING TO iJ y if) '.VCi r;' i< ft WHIPPET THE LO¥fEST PRICED OF ALL 4-DOO f - * c*' -and its quality makes it a car ysis ere proud to own sod always eager t© drive Whippet four prices ranje from $350 to $645. Whippet Six prices from $635 to SS50. Priccs f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio, end specifications subject to change without notice. RISK WHIPPET COMPANY, Rusk, Texas tiiitic About Konjola Stomach And Bowel Trouble Soon Banishek "Should Have Taken New Medicine Long Ago,** fie Says. MR. FRANK B. NORMAN ' I suffered for a long time with stomach trouble," said Mr Frank B. Norman. 828 Mississippi street, Amarillo. I had a very poor appetite and after eating I was subject to painful accumu- lations of gas. I was becoming very nervous and did not sleep well at night. I was troubled with constipation and found it necessary to take cathartics con- stantly. I was losing strength and energy and no matter what I tried in the way of medicine nothing seemed to help me. "I Beemed to improve in hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 May 1930

f I i / \\ b Cherokee A weeMj newspaper published wry Friday corning at Ruak, Chtrokw County, Texas. H' O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor tic Pub Oilier Phone J1H Entered as second-claae matter, July IB, 1919. at the poatofflce at Ruak, '•■xas. under the Act of March 8, i879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Month* .76 Three Month* .40 A Bastrop man who is said to be 100 years old, is taking his second wife, aged 65. As his first wife lived to be 108 he prob ably figures that this one will be with him all during his declining years. o An Englishman who is serving a sentence for theft, has been left $75,000.00, by a deceased uncle. That's one thing we say about uncles, they are always too slow to come through with the dough. it has always been maintained that no matter what vocation one takes up they eventually get tired of it and want to try some- thing else, but it does not srem to hold good when he happens to be holding an office. Italian mountain ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 May 1930

f DEADLY GERMS DROP OP WATER <4B2feflMBB£i t$Sh 4 i? are bo small that there may nuty as one billion, seven hun- million of them in a drop of r. And just a few of these tiny i, if they get into your blood a cut in your skin, may make so sick that you will be in bed for k|c —may cause the loss of a limb f: through blood poisoning—meay even lafect you with that most dreadful and fatal of diseases, lockjaw. Just because you can see no dirt la a cut does not mean that it is dean. You cannot see germs. The only safe and sane thing to do, is to thoroughly wash every cut, no mat- ter how small, with Liquid Borozone Powder, to hasten the healing. Liquid Borozone costs 30 cents, 60 cents, . $1.20 and $1.50; Borozone Powder «B0 cents and 60 cents, and can be had at Moseley's Drug Store. Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas HI if ALTON B. CHANDLER ATTORNEY AT LAW General Practice Office over StovalPs Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Frame Yonr Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Y...

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