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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

; i a T iifif 11 iini ■ ....... SEAM CITATION BY PUBLICATION The State of Texas To the Sheriff or any Constable " Cherokee County, Greeting: You Are Hereby Command- ed to summon Donald Alexand- er Freeman by making publica- tion of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, to ap- pear at the next regular* term of the District Court of Chero- kee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Monday in July A. D. 1930, the same being the 7th day of July A. D. 1930, thei. and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 22nd dajj of May A. D. 1930, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 10956, where- in C. J. Dial is Plaintiff, and Donald Alexander Freeman, Mrs. Allie Griffin, B. E. Grif- fin, Mrs. Tommie Hammack, J. i( W. Hammack, Mrs. Zelia May- It hew, W. G. Mayhew, Mrs. Eva Biles, Wyth Biles, Mrs. Mamie Freeman, Evelyn Freeman and D. H. Freem...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

mmmm L -- i I 1 SUCH a Vs51 to any Gasoline Owe after another they're driving up to our Texaco-Ethyl pumps —drivers who used to use other premium or special gasolines. They're telling us that Texaco-Ethyl is the finest premium anti-knock gasoline they can buy! We knew that—that's why we're selling it! Texaco-Ethyl in different• It's a "dry" Ethyl! And this is someL.ing to remember—All Ethyl gasolines are not the same. The Ethyl compound is always the same but the gasolines to which it is added are not! It's the gasoline you start with that makes the difference in Ethyls! And in Texaco-Ethyl you start with the famous new and better Texaco Gasoline, the original44dry" gas. When Ethyl is added to that you've got Ethyl Gasoline at its best! Because this "dry" gas vaporizes instantly and allows a complete and uniform diffusion of Ethyl Com- pound through that manifold into the cylinders. Here's anti-knock and performance that only Texaco-Ethyl can give you! Try it today. Texaco TEXACO + ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

■ wfrif •) r t i s I 4 } J :" ) 4 Rusk r-*-.. -A WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTS Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE L'O. 19.J0 VOEUME 12, No - Real Status Of The College-School Deal The report became extant and made it appear that the emblem had been made the subject o! a "scoop," to the effect that a deal bad been closed whereby Rusk Independent School District had closed a deal with the State Board of the Baptist Church, forf'the purchase of the Rusk College grounds and buildings, for high school purposes. The facts are that negotiations have been going on for some time with that object in view, and so far as the price is con- cerned a tentative agreement has been reached, which should prove as appealing to both part- ies, but so far as entering into a final wind up of the proposition is concerned it is not complete by any rneans. In the tirst place the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

arc the things we give you A FEW SPECIALS CWCKSmK per pound 18c BRISKET ROAST per pound 16c SHOULDER ROAST v.*,-,— 18c PURE COFFEE 5pounds 79c LH OF TEXAS Of Sheriff or Any ConaUfct* of CkfVOkff County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon C. H. Waggoner, Mozelle Waggoner, Lutie wagoner, Sam Moody, Christina Moody, Cora Minys, Min ie Anderson. A. Anderson. El- gora Ross, Louis Ross and John Rons by making publication of this citation oncejeach week for four suieessive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your ppear at the next regular District court of Cher- OATS White Naptha, 10 bars, 34c 24 lb sack, guaranteed 76c 18 lbs 95c 16 pound bucket $1.95 4 1-2 bu. sack $2.57 $1.68 $1.54 CORN CHOPS $2.10 OYSTER SHELL 100 lb. suck 98c In the market we have Fresh Fish, Dressed Poultry, Fresh and Cured meat, Cheese and Cheese Specialties. BRYAN STOVALL CASH GROCERY WE DELIVER sjaTsmi^Wist'gSisigfSfg A Delicate Question When death comes into the home ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

s \ J yX ng id id ht n- ad ice O. Wll , Ilittr m+d hUMwr r«nl L. Ward, Aaat. Uitwr * Pub OKcf Phana SIC CITATION fcY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee, County, Greeting: You Are Hereby Commanded to summon Henry Brown, by makiny publication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published ;:a your county, to appear at the next regular term of the District court of Cherokee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Monday in July, 1930, the same beinfr "the 7th. day of July, A. D. 1930, then and there to answer a petiton liiled in sa'd court on the 21st. day of May, A.I>. 1V30. in a, suit, numbered on the docket of said coui't No 10952, wherein Rossie Brown is 1'laujtilT, and Harry Brown is De- fendant. and said petition alleging- that n or about the l">th. day of .luly 1926, in Cherokee county, Texas, plaintiff, then a single woman by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

lii'mii'JtiU d iilTfliBti IOSif- . I I It i m WILLIAMS BROTHERS' PRICE DEMONSTRATION SALE OPENS 8:00 A.M. mzamsasaMm -:?r ^:?jrr3K«r.Txrr" ■usBnc^'r ■^ssmmswamcmmss^s^ A Stupendous Merchandise Slide That Will Be on the Tip of Every Tongue in Chero| Save Your Money and Wait P >U Great Reductions in Seasonable Dresses Every woman in the city will be interested in this dress sale. Hun- dreds of newly arrived frocks are to be sold in five groups away below their original price . . . some much below cost. Fill your wardrobe with dresses that would regularly ccst you much more. B. XV ^ V *\ M\W<# MMsvm GROUP No. 1 Regular $5.85 to $7.85 values in ladies' late style silk dresses— a marvelous value at this low price, for we are going to clear them out at - Choice GRDUP No. 2: Solid colors and dark printed frccks. Wonderful values in complete size range. Values including I9.C0 values. Another outstanding saving. Choice GROUP No. 3: To $13.50 values these frccks represent the very lates...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

Season—It's in Rusk MtHraamiBeMBBEagff isasaam wrs^^jugggBarg'.igiiL',«Biii'aBif! 'X -;JE - . ■ ?■ '+ .J £5 ' ?'V. unty—Entire Stock Involved in This. Under-Selling Campaign. It Will Pay You. I'.. . FR DAY IM0INING t ?een 8 ,nd 9 o'Clock ! Twentr Customers Who .00 or 1 ore, Can Buy a m POUND IFF HAM FOR ONLY 49c Men Only- Friday The First 20 men who spend $1.00 can buy a 95c BLUE WORK SHIRT for MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS Our stock consists of Arrow, Van Heusen f \ and Shirtcraft makes—all standard, new styles and greatly underpriced for this sale SHIRTCRAFT and ARROW SHIRTS To $2.25 grade 1.69 3 for 4.85 To $3.50 grade 2.45 3 for 7.15 ORDERED SOLD- Every Nan's Suit i Fifty Spring suits in regular shorts and stouts. Reg- ular prices up to $27.50. Take your choice of the group during the sale at Our regular $37.50 values in men's high test suits— all wool, hand tailored and beautiful patterns. Get fitted and get the suit worry over. Choice only One special group of men's line suits, sold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

Pv?' -.. ' •;v fcy itf* « iIvm jut m rarely u if thtjr iodise every mernlnf fer break _____ They ere dtfiy abaorbinr the tokine, or jioiaont, created by accumu hite4 weite matter in their consti- pated digestive systems. Sooner or later disease will conquer their weak- ened bodies. MR If you have dizzy spells, headaches coated tongue, bad breath, insomnia, no appetite, bilious attacks or pains in the back and limbs, you are prob- ably suffering from self poisoning caused by constipation. The surest and pleasantest relief for this condi- tion is Herbine, the vegetable cathar- tic which acts in the natural way. Get a bottle today from Moseley's Drug Store. W mt Hp' M .. IP i !>,. • BS' : > Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas ALTON B. CHANDLER ATTORNEY AT LAW General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Franc Your PicUres Da Yaur Cabinet Work Your Rcfiaishiac tad Uakaliteria( I Buy and Sell Used Articles of All Kinds. North Side Square....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

i « ♦ 4 BY PUBLICATION be State of Texas > the Sheriff or any Constable ^herokee County, Greeting: fou Are Hereby Command- ed to summon Donald Alexand- er Freeman by making publica- tion of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, to ap- pear at the next regular* term of the District Court of Chero- kee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Monday in July A. D. 1930, the same being the 7th day of July A. D. 1930, their and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 22nd day) of May A. D. 1930, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 10956, where- in C. J. Dial is Plaintiff, and Donald Alexander Freeman, Mrs. Allie Griffin, B. E. Grif- fin, Mrs. Tommie Hammack, J. W. Hammack, Mrs. Zelia May- hew, W. G. Mayhew, Mrs. Eva Riles, Wyth Biles, Mrs. Mamie Freeman, Evelyn Freeman and D. H. Freeman, Jr. are Defend- ants and said petition' a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 June 1930

Say It With Row* Say it with onn. Cut flowers, pot design*. plant*, funeral HIS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver;' Association. Mrs. James Causey of Dialv- ille, was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. N. C. Tbamas of Port Arthur Is visiting relatives here. Mrs. DeWitt Caviness spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. J. M. Shankies of Reklaw was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. G. S. Huston and Mrs. Lena Rucker were visitors in Palestine, last Saturday. Rev. Robert Berhman and Sam Chapman of Mineola, vrere visitors here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stevens are in the valley for a two weeks vacation. Miss Marion Mallard has re- turned from a visit to friends at Mooringport, La. L L. Williams and W. S. Beld- erbeck of Garrison were visitors here Saturday. H- 9Mt and daughters. Misses Ruth Mangham and Pauline, of Beck- ville, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Waldrop, Sunday. I am aware of the fact that I am being criticised to some ex- tent by parties who have regist- ere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

■ -f CTtw I ■ A r c ') i " 'IXnBHRSIHinff' WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNT Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FillT>AY, -TI ME L'7. ]< :SU VOLUME 12. No. Z First Week Jurors For District Court. Trie following have been drawn as petit jurors for the first weok of July, 1930, term of the Dist- rict Court of Cherokee county, to report Thursday, July 10th: *C. H. Dixon. Tom J olios. Ed Singletary. Paul Tucker. W. T. Greenwood. J. R. Hall. . C. D. Walker. J. R. Shamblin. Everett Crawford. R. M. Hall. 11, L. \Valki;r. D. H. Hudnall. T.J. Fulton. C. L. Thomas. J. J. Thomas. J. J. Hollevman. A. P. Templeton. W. A. Bobbett. ,J. M. Smith. E. E. Sanders. C. W. Cole. C. H. Reagan. T. W. Earle. S. B. Priestley. A.S. Daniels. Edgar Banks. C. A. Childs. H. D. Crawford. J. T. Tilley. Lincoln Barber. Jesse Parnell. C. F. Mehner. L. P. Holbert. J. G. King. W. R. Murphey. J. C. Sax so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

" V«.V X r-*-, f *="•■-' WW. - y ' " *W$F -W? "k>fe « E; •:• • m r: W (The Texas Coapnj control® 6.431,151 of oil lands producing 147,000 barrels of crude oil daily. It ha* 17 refineries 6,505 miles of pipe lines, 6.863 tank cars. 30 vessels, 17 ocean terminals, and -torase tanks with a total capacity exceeding 87,000.000 barrels. There are over 40.000 Texaco dealers in United States alone. >>fe\ ... gp.a. I ■ I P I 1 [ E£ i . SCa?' I The Nation's Highways Skyways and Railways are TEXACO TRAILS . '"Z XS: ■■ m • • "... *rV- " " i W \ %' 'v ' t X *•« \ __ •\ * m " &3L C1XM-CXM-PUU * ■ "■ ■!*' * There is no other single oil company which is contrib- uting more to the progress of transportation and indus- try of our £reat nation than The Texas Compan\.* M ore railroad ear miles a year are lubricated by Texaco than by any other company. Everywhere, automobiles, buses and ocean liners look to Texaco for dependable fuel and lubrication. Daily, swift planes swoop down to airpor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

I I $, j™™™—— constructing a double-decked passenger airplane. We know we are not going in that second i% weekly newspaper publiahud «v«ry Rusk, Friday morning at County, Texas. Cherokee What if a fire should break LI 6l ♦' II'O. W.VUl), KUitor und PuhlUtier — — Entered aa second-ciaae matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Ruik, Ti.-k:ib, un<lor the Act cf March 3, 1879. OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he maues his prayer- I trrant him a white aan s place on earth, If his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him , , , , raate; | is deplorable, but probably saved If he cheats, I'll drop him flat;! him from having to kill the idiot All rank bat this is a worn out lie, i who was laughing at him while For each clean man is as good as I,! makitlg the chase. And a k'ng is no more than that."1 An English poacher v<-as dis- covered by his bow-legs, without his face being seen. Fortunately, none of our feminine gender ever violate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and customers a reduction in rates to users of electiicty in all towns and com- munities served by our company, effective with the issuance of bills of July 1st. The old and new rate schedules are filed in our offices in each town, and our employees will be glad to explain the new rates and the savings effected to you. It is the policy of our company to reduce rates as often ae conditions warrant doing so. Among the many factors entering into the strecture or a rate schedule may be mentioned efficient and modern generating equipment, well built and maintained lines, and a well trained and skillful organization. These condi- tions are well met by our company. Our system is now served by modern turdo-generator units to- gether with the necessary complementary equipment, housed in a concrete, brick, and steel structure, absolutely fire proof, while our lines have been practically rebuilt in all our towns. Plans are now in the making for uir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

PSRRI? >1 * ■ r i II FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY La France Flour HE&aaraKUBB The Best $1.73 Cream Meal 24 ib. sack 67c Lard 8 lb. buckets $1.02 Lard 4 lb. bucket 4 c Pure Cane Syrup 79c Snilff Devoe, Rooster' Scotch King 28c Coffee, The best, 5 lbs. 79c 25 lb. sack Salt - 28c 5 1b. bucket Honey 87c Kill Ko Large size, kills flies 5k Personal Items W. G. Allen, our popular ton sorial artest was a business vis- j itor in Jacksonville, Tuesday. E 'Say It Witb FIowor ." Say it with ours. Tuesday Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral 1 I Frank Sloan vi -ited his daugh- ' ter, Mrs. Jim Acker, in Tyier. i S — - 'is lo You Appreciate Your Dollars? If So, Place Them Right Here. j Little Mis-, Kmily Jane Sinjfie-j tary of Los Angeles, Calif . is vis- • A FEW SPECIALS IBS. LEE ROSS. THE RUSK FL0R1SI. iti„'g trlBulls in Iiusl, ,1,1* wiek. i 8 Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver; | ' || Association. ' ,, . , .. , ., . I ft Merrett Smith of Lufkm, was i « a visitor here Sunday. ! $ M1-8. Annie Burke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

. :! LS.'f &r- r a f,- Adults can, and uo, contract' many children's diseases. And, usually, they suffer from them much more than children do. For instance, many adults contract worms, an ailment usually associated with children. Sometimes they suffer intensely and take expensive medical treatments, ■without realizing that worms are the cause of their troubles. Yet, the symptoms are the same as in child- ren, loss of appetite and weight grind ing the teeth and restless sleep, itch- ing of the nose and anus, and abdo- minal pains. And, the same medieine that surely and harmlessly expels round and pin worms from children will do the same for adults—White's \ -Cream Vermifuge, which you can get at—Moselcy's Drug Store. Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas ALTON B. CHANDLER ATTORNEY AT LA IV General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Frame Your Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Your Rcfinishing and Uoholstering I Buy and Sell Used Articles of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

LIGATION The £tate of Texas To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You Are Hereby Command- ed to sufninon Donald Alexand- er Freeman by making publica- tion of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, to ap- pear at the next regular* term of the District Court of Chero- kee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Monday in July A. D. 1930, the same being the 7th day of July A. D. 1930, the), and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 22nd daji of May A. D. 1930, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 10956, where- in C. J. Dial is Plaintiff, and Donald Alexander Freemaii, Mrs. Allie Griffin, B. E. Grlf- fin, Mrs. Tommie Hammack, J. W. Hammack, Mrs. Zeli;i May- hew, W. G. Mayhew, Mrs. Eva Biles, Wyth Biles, Mrs. Mamie Freeman, Evelyn Freeman and D. H. Freeman, Jr. are Defend- ants and said petition1 alleging ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 June 1930

1 ^Ya82te^S!S8$'j,'i5SSSdB^lk visTisi' ,-M r.:.^i^^.iWKlMSSIIS83KiMlfilMSSS6Sl.'i.'!i I fca«fl®iasr5ffisatB« 6it J. M. Schwitter and lisa Ruth Pryor, were married at the home ol the bride's par eats, Mr.and Mrs. Robert Pryor Jr., Saturday evening. June 21st.. | the ceremony having been sol- emized by I\ev. .John A. WiJ-! liains, of the Rusk Baptist church. 4 The groom, who has recently entered the ministry of the Bap- tist Church, is one of the finest young men vho ever lived in this community, one who is de- voted and active in his chosen cause, and a noble character with it all. The bride is a member of one of the oldest and most highly re- spected families of Cherokee county, whose history has been apart of this entire community. She is accomplished, gracious, and of that happy disposition and devotion to duty to make any man a splendid wife and helpmeet and the one of her choice is to be congratulated. Fort Worth Man Relievo dOf Severe Attack Of Rheuma- tism, Kaiierly Praises Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 July 1930

I m. bhbbmh - ---Tr.1^j3L _ WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Cherokeean WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1860. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JTLY 4. 19:M VOLUME 12, No. 4 District Court Is To Convono Next Monday The regular July li)30 term ol' the District Court of Cherokee county, will convene, next Mon- day, July 7th., and probably be in session practically all the time for the full nine weeks. Tftie court will be presided over by Judge Jess W. Hates, recently appointed to till out the term of Judge Hodges, with the veteran prosecutor, Sam H. Townsend, looking after the in- terests of the state and society, ably assisted by Wm. Emerson Stone, destined to be his suc- cessor. The docket is not a very large and important one from the standpoint of the civil cases pending, butthe criminal record, while not bearing many capital charges, is certainly surcharged with other -felonies, embracing almost...

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

if .. • i; !fl if ' 1 Prices- RIGHT AT HOME SOME REAL SPECIALS TYLER MAID SYRUP 63c MAXWELL HOUSE C^FEE $1.06 5 Lbs. PURE COFFEE F««h"i«wd 78c 10 Lbs. SPUDS 30c PURE CANE SYRUP 85c 10 Lbs. PURE CANE SUGAR 52c DRY SALT MEAT Per Pound 21C 10 Bars SUNNY MONDAY SOAP 32c RABBIT LYE Per Can 7 £ MATCHES 6 Boxes | 5c SHORTS $1.75 i\ BUSHELS OATS $2.52 COTTON SEED MEAL Per Sack $2.40 Hall's Home Town Store Rusk, Texas We Deliver hone 370 Texas May Barely Miss Six Million SWgJSWISISrHSBK § >00001 (wrwKaaaw sasswogsaKsoassR a sr« snc* a n *** *:**• DallRS,.) une 22.—A Texas pop- ulation of just les.> than 6,000, 000 was the prospect tonight •when the Associated Press com- piled census returns from 225 of the 2."j4 counties. The 225 counties with com plete returns showed 5,007,457 residents, as against a total for Texas of 4,068,228 in the 1920 census. The 10 jear increase of 225 counties was slightly more than 25 per cent. If the same percentage of increase is shown by the 29 missing cou...

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