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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

n V ( W .4 wesldy newspaper published wrtj at Rusk, Cherokee H- O. WAftD. Editor and Publisher I'EAKL L. WAUU. Aonlaol Ed. and Pub. Satereii a* iecond-ctaas matter, July 16, laiD, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under tli? Act oi March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year J 1.5C Six Months .75 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he waKes his prayer: 1 grant him a white mans place on earth, If his game i« on the squaxa. ft he plays straight, I'll cal" him mate; If he cheat3, I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, Tor each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." The creeds of your mother may make the man who follows them appear effeminate, but they are not going to lead him wrong. ir first sweetheart married a harness-maker (they used to be important people) and we very ungallantly rejoiced at the fact that their first born had red-hair, and was raised on a bottle. Peo- ple don't keep track of each ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

ir..; ""ftlrfifl^rt'i^r"A-j-■■ P6aB8Sfi0i8ih3E®96i SSfia^i£& 41 £& M vi iU3Bfr -. .>.. Ill mi i ii n —i—i III III KHI II ii iiiiwi in Him ■ iiiim>nii mi ii imiBii liiw n*if«4 in r i i in rn nr riu nil linn mi inimiriWfrinwiilUMiiii—i I IIIIIII u in—i—wif IMHMM Our Greatest Sale At An Opportune Time! By far Our Greatest Sale! Folks, here are the Cold Facts about this Great Sale: As you all know, business has been slow and we now find our shelves overflowing and our cash dwindling. We need the money—our bills must be paid. Therefore, we must sell these goods—at our price— at your price—at any old price—they must go and go in record-breaking time. We have closed our eyes to Tremendous Losses and Profits have been Forgotten. Remember, the Best Bargains Go First— Be Here Early Opening Morning Saturday, Sept. 27 th. SALE STARTS Saturday, Sept 27. LADIES' FULL FASHION HOSE Silk from Top to Toe 95c Pair Thread 7 for PRINTS Fast Color. Regular 25c Grade Yard LADIES' SILK HOSE 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

r ImHtfHNl | • * • • « ■■ '••• •••• ' ; CHEEuKl SALE STARTS Saturday, Sept 27. ' . i:. <£: / Ir7' Face to Face With the Situation. Ladies' Coats Fur Collar and Cuffs Regular $12.50 $6.95 Men's Suspenders Pair 25c Boys' Shirts Extra Good Grade Each 49c Peters' Diamond Brand Oxfords Solid Leather Black. Pair $2.98 MEN'S SUITS $9.95 CRETONNE Regular 25c Grade Now Printed Linene Yard 19c Indian Head Linen Yard 30c Feather Tick 8 Oz. Yard 23c Bias Tape 3 for 25c 32 In. Gingham Regular 15c Grade Yard 10c PERCALE Yard 7c Solid Color Rayon Regular 39c Grade Yard 25c Silk* Bloomers Extra Good Grade Pair * 49c SALES 0 ALL Men's Overalls Pair 79c NOW LET ME TELL YOU SOME- THING ABOUT YOUR SHOES Good shoes must be made of solid leather to stand-up and give you service. Some shoes look pretty good before they arejworn. One time in water and you need another pair. But with our shoes it is diff- erent; They waar, stand mud and water, and all kinds of hard wear—because they are made of solid lea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

; ine Gun Concealed at Strategic Point. m m ■ w raP in S; w y | [ ' f 0- atertown, S. D.—Bank robbers re- Hy active In states of the North-j | -.west who attempt to raid any of the( ' three banks of Watertown will have, to come to town in a war tank, for . they will have to face machine gun j „«I 1 rifle fire. Through efforts of bank!: officers the police department has, been| provided with a machine gun and two extra magazines of cartridges for dl- ,rect protection of the banks. A sec-; ond machine gun will be k^pt at police headquarters for emergency purposes. | j. The machine gun used for the directj protection of the banks has been| V Mounted at a concealed point wherej - H- commands the intersection on which ♦ the three banks are located, and in * fte event of an attempted bank rob-j bery the bandits would at once b«-«x-| posed to the Are of this machine fun,! • which in an instant could sweep clean: the street corners housing the banks.; > In addition to this machine gun pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

4 * r—t Personal Items " i " i1 'i i.i Ja«. J. Perkins and H. J. Cox spent the week end in Dallas. THB "Say It Witb Flo war*." Say it with ours. ' # Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLO PIS1. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. W. O. Neel.y went to Dal- las, Monday, on a visit. W. E. Sloan was a busine ss vi~ itoi in Jafksonvile, Monday. Classified Advertising J FOR SALE. One Maytag. in good ' • condition: priced to se'l immediately. See Mrs. C. K. Thompson, 811 llen- I dei son Street Oak Posts for sale. G. S. Huston. See Mrs. Louis Dempsey is visiting his parents, in Paris. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Travis are visiting relatives in Paris. Your size, model and price in a Schloss suit can be had at the Dress-U p-Shoppe. VV. P. Richey, of Reklaw, was a county seat visitor, Pridav. E. P. Palmer of Alto, was a county seat visitor, Tuesday. Any $1.00 work shirt at Dress- Up-Shoppe for 69c. Ed Spinks and family moved to Austin, Tuesday. Mesdames ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

. e Spacious New Home Of Williams Brothers Is Now Open to Our Friends and Customers Our Great Good Fortune and Yours. We are happy to be back home again—not because it's a new store but because we have the newest styles and latest ideas in everything Ready-to-wear for Men, Women and Children. t t T T T J f f j f f | f | ± Customers will buy this season as before, but more carefully. The smart woman and miss will insist on quality in coats, fashioned right and at right prices. We are ready to show you the Host Complete Line of Coats Ever Shown in Rusk Sport Coats and Dress Coats, ... The fitted lines ... Belted and Princess .. . The accepted fabrics V* . .. Riclily fur trimmed. Our line of Dresses is also com- plete, including Canton Crepe, Travel Crepes, Chiffons, Knitted, Velvets and Satins, With the Boleio Jacket, Dolman Sleeves and Tunic Skirts. We are anxious to show you the new Silk Undergarments, Beautiful Costume Jewelry, Purses, Wash Dresses, Smocks, Hose, Rain Coats and Hat...

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

' ^ ■M . ' ■mm ' >«;• i' # f) The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Death Of Mm. Harrell RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, O'.'TOREK 3, 19:50 i VOLUME 12, No. 0 Mrs. S. E. Harrell, one of those noble, loving and loveable chris- tian wives and mothers, p ssed away at her late home in sou h Rusk, at 1:45 p.m., September 3'0hh. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. J. A. Williams, of the First Baptist Church of Rusk, were Keld at the Chireno cemetery at 2:00 p m., Wednesday, with in- terment under the direction of C. B. Keeverof the Rusk Under- taking Company. Julina P. Coulter, was born in San Augustine county, January 27th., 1861. She was married to S. E. Har- rell, who surv,ves, on October 9, ltf?7 To this union eight child- ren were born, lour of whom died in infancy, the surviving being as follows: Rev. W. T. Harrell, of Pales- tine; W. B. Ha...

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

r; |m."; ■ ■" *■'• "' CHKLUJCKJ&AA A —. ~ SALVAGING GERMAN LIGHTS ► nraiiiu •t NEW YORK m—«nj 1 FLEET EXPENSIVE It was John Oliver La Gorce who, on hU last trip to New York, told me about "Old Sow." He had been fishing and on this trip heard the j •tory. Sacketts Harbor nestles on the shore i Of Lake Ontario, across from the mouth of the St. Lowrence and the ! Thousand Islands. Here, on July 12, j ;wai fought the first battle of the War of 1812. The British attacked from the water with five ships, the largest 'of which was the Iloyal George, car- Tying twenty-four guns and 200 men. JThe other four ships carried eighty Sum. • • • The defender* on shore liad only one (us. They called it "Old Sow." It was a thirty-two pounder, aad had proved te be too big for a small Yankee ■ehooner, so it had been brought Mkore and left for months In the mud. But, when It looked as if It iroeld be needed for defense, Colonel ■tftlnger mounted it In a field facing tke water. • • • There was no dear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 October 1930

The Rusk dterokeean ( K weekly newspaper publi morning at Rusk, Texas. abliabed every Cherokee H' O. WAK1), Editor mid Pul.lUlit-r FKAKL I.. W Alt It, AtfhiNtmit k.I. hii.I Hub. Our idea of the really true man is the one keeps his word with his neighbor just as sacredly as he does with his banker. Entered as second-clfcss matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoliiee at Rusk, fexu. . under the Act, c« March 3, i*79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.5(J Six Months. .75 Three Months 40 [ There was a law axiom that was i not in the books, back in Missou ri. and that was you couldn't i in - peach a man's testimony because 'ho would lie in horse trade that was presumed and did noi effect | his veracity. KONJOLA AID MORE FOR HE THAN ALL ELSE I.'cw Medicine Proven Real Boon To San Antonio !Iousa wife—Earns Eager Praise ANCIENT PALE8TJNE CITY IS ALL-JEWISH Tel Aviv Most Remarkable Town in Old World. [urtiiig^ 2 GLASSES WATER, NOT TOO COLD, HELP CONSTIPATION. OUR CREED "I take no thought of my ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 October 1930

Bankers Association Declares Hi%t Banking jes Creating Large Bank Systems Will Call for Broader Social Viewpoints. Larger scale group or branch bank- tag will inevitably bring a new era of fctnking organization and operations to the United States and bankers "will have to develop "new conceptions, new administrative methods and new eco- nomic views," Rudolf S. Hecht, Chair* man of the Economic Policy Commis- llon of the American Bankers Associa- tion, recently told the members ot the American Institute of Banking. The institute is the educational sec- tion of the association and he empha- sised the point that the new era in tanking demanded "that we must step- fcp our education so that banking shall Ibe fortified for new responsibilities." What the Future Calls For ' "We must broaden our social concep- tion of banking," Mr. Hecht said. "Not only for .the technical operations of the now banking must we fit ourselves, but both as individuals and an organized profession we must charge ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 October 1930

m : Ih ' • " -a—- Personal Items 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. C L Manning and Mrs. L. O. Slayden visited; relatives in Kennard, the first of the week. ; '"•TT*" irtK HUSK CHEROKEE.* N PACE FIVK —r- NOTICK f OR HI !)■ "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers. pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLO R1ST. Member Florist's Telegraph Dcli\rr,< Association. W. D. Dyal was a business vis- itor in our city, Monday. Mrs G. W. I George Willis Beryi li >1 *.on, ! visited Mr.-. .1 ! 'lay. Gibson and sor., and Harbor and of Jacksonville, . P. Gibson. Sun- B. B. Perkins made a business trip to Reklaw, Monday. Mrs. W. J. Tosh is in Tyler, flaking treatment for her eyes. Miss Myrtle Till of Appleby, was a visitor here, Tuesday DROP your watch and DROP in to see Wal-DROP. i ' Mrs. Guy Manning, of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Man-1 niny last week. She left fori Groveton, Saturday, to visit oth* jto er relatives. Mrs. Carrie Dickinspn has re- turned from a visit at the home ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 October 1930

IN LIQUID FORM KNOCKS m Nyelfeek brinft iwwtdiile lo Ntprelgle •wferers. Tliifik of tkc peinftd Jayt—sleepless nijMi to tuily ivoi^cd 1 Ny«l|nk m inJwpwmfel* «ko la Strata., Inlm, Sort SiM Nadk Yom Ny«l DntffM Imam Ai >enwnl« «l Nyaigcwc—k fuMinlMi It III handy Itlar be<lk«, 60c. ?HVIC MOSELEY DRUG STORE * SAM MANNING GROCERY and MARKET —ONLY THE BEST GROCERIES —PURE WHOLESOME FRESH MEATS Local Distributors for the Celebrated "HOSTESS" Cakes Prepared in all Sizes and Flavors. They Are Delicious/y Tasty Rhone Us Your Orders Service at All Times Phone 47 R gjR RITZU PALESTINE, I EX AS Thur fri., Oct. 2-3 John Boles Lara LaPlante fOUR NEW NATIONAL FLAGS ARE ADOPTED ! Designs Selected by States of the Levant IN "CAPTAIN Saturday, Oct. 4th Marie Dressier Polly Moran IN "MUM SUM" Snn-Hon., Oct. 5-6 NORMA SHEARER IN "LEI US BE GAY" , Tues. Wed., Oct. 7-8 Richard Arlen IN "THE SEA GOD" ATTBND THE TEXAS FRUIT PALACE-,PAI.ESTIN ENOW Training Means Strength In Good Times and Bad ma niti....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 October 1930

rut M04# Bex IU1. 4 ¥ I- The Rusk Cherokeean 55 30 .35 .98 WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. HUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, <) "I'ORER 10. 1930 VOLUME 12, No. Itt Prominent Citizen, Ex- The Oii Is Drawing Another Fatal Sheriff, Passes Away A Litile Nearer. Automobile Accident C. K famili-irly and fondly! Nothing startlingly new in the I With marked regularity there known to our c t'zenship for over ! way of oil activities in this par- is another fatality to report as sixty years as "Knox" Norwood, ticular section during the past! the result of an automobile acci- departed this life at the home of w>ek, but the rumblings from dent, and it is a strange coincid- the big doings off to the north-| ence that so many of them occur east is echoed down this way and on the toads leading west out of his step-son, .John Batten, three miles E- st of Jacksonville, at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 October 1930

TWO lUft RU3I CMXUi&KfiAM NO. 131t Official Statement of Financial Condition of the CITIZEN'S STATE BANK, at Reklaw, State of Tex- as, at the close of business on the 24th. day of Sept., 1930, published in the Rusk Cherokeean, a newspaper printed and published at Rusk, State of Texas, on the 10th. day of October, 1930. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, on personal or collateral security *28,407.85 Loans secured by real estate, 1.299.80 Overdrafts, undoubtedly good NONE Real Estate v Banking House $3000.00Furniture and Fixt$2,000.00 5,000.00 Cash in Bank 2,811.52 • Due from approved Resarvcd AjfentJ - - I,"76.(i9 Other Resources, Seed Account 1,H20.9" TOTAL *51, IK 83 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 15,000.00 Surplus Fund 150.00 Undivided Profits net 83180 Individual Deposits subject to check , including Time Deposits due in 30 days 34,535.03 TOTAL 51,116.83 STATE OF TEXAS ] County of Cherokee ] We, B. B. Perkins, as president, and W. P. Richey as cashier of said bank, each of ua, do so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 October 1930

THE RUSK CHEROKtEAN PAGE FIVIt fi f < # U Personal Items Forrest Nicar of Alto, visited friends here Friday. "Sajr It With Flower*." Say it with curs. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver' Association. Bryan Stovall was a business visitor in Jacksonville, Friday, CHURCH NOTICES DROP your watch and'DROP in to see Wal-DROP. Dr. E. M Moseley made a bus- iness trip to Dallas, Tuesday. R. C. Musslewhite, of Lufkin, was here Tuesday, on proffess- ional business. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Marshall' of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Ida Black, Saturday. .Judge L. D. Guinn was in Luf kin the tirst of the week on legal busines. Mr.. 'Kathleen Chandier went to Henderson, Tuesday, to take a position in an abstract office Mr. and Mrs. C. L Manning were Dallas visitors Thursday. Bethel Chapel Sunday, October 12th, at 11:00 a. m., is the last preaching ser- vice for the Conference year and trust we will have a large congre- gation pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 October 1930

"'■i m THE RUSH QBjMWWMjl « ' -SPECIAL Prices Almost everybody is seizing a chance to save. Join the enthusiastic crowds shopping at Williams Brothers' where great assortments of dependable merchandise are offered at special prices for One Week Only ... Merchandise that maintains the highest standards of excellence offered it prices that represent true economy . . . Attend this Special Sale Event and YOU WILL BE WELL REWARDED. Dresses in Smart Styles Formerly $16.50 to $21.50 !1495 t T T -Y T Y T t Y t Y t t Y t ? Y Y f ± v t t ? T v Scores of dresses in this group—for women who want smart style and economy in price. Fashioned in Canton Crepe, Elizabeth Crepe, Light Weight Woolens—You'll like the fascinating sleeve details, the new autumn colors, the stylish peplums, Rus- sian Tunics, Circular Flares, Smart Boleros—and the extraordinary value! Former $12.50—$15.00 Dresses at «995 If you're looking for a dress that's a "pick up" here is just the group for you.—Jerseys, Crepes, and Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 October 1930

. . * ' A The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOUKR P, 1930 VOLUME 12, No. .7 No Action Taken County Indebtedness On County Ageuts To Be Refunded While considerable discussion Ji id bet n indulged in I y members of the Commissioner's Court a d citizens, relative the advisabi.ity pf dispensing with the services of our County Agent and Demin- trator. no action was Uken by the Court at its meeoing the tirst of the weeK and the subject was not even brought up. While not speaking authoiat- ively, we presume that the Court figured that inasmuch as both officials have started or well on work programs, it would not be fair or advisible to interrupt it at this particular time, and to let things go along just as they are for the present, a' least. There are two well defined side s t) this propo> ition which makes.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 October 1930

I ! IBM 10131 CHBLOtEBAN HUNTS FOR RUSSIAN PAIR IN ODD TEST American Seeks to Prove His Sleep Theory. Parts.—Search has been renewed for a Russian couple BUlted to the strange experiment by which an el- derly American philosopher hopes to prove that man's natural position, like that of the four-footed beasts, is re- clining. Park Hammer of St. Louis, slxty- seven-year-old retired paint manufac- turer and experimental philosopher, was revealed as the author of a series of unusual advertisements appearing in the newspaper La Renaissance. When Hammer's latest advertisement appeared he disclosed that he had not found a couple suitable for the test, although there were many who were willing to try it. Must Come to America. Hammer sab! he wanted a couple who would go to the United States for one year to live In bathing sulu, eat vegetables and fruit and obey his Instructions concerning sleeping. The couple would be required to sleep In •hort periods stretched out on a log and to spend the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 October 1930

TIB BUSK CHXBQKXEAA TJtNJOt A ► t! The Rusk Cherokeean \ weekly newspaper published erery Rusk, Cherokee Friday morning County, Texas. at (1* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher I'KAlll L. WAHV, Anialanl Ed. and Pub. Entered as second-clttaa matter,- July 16, 1913, ot the postoffice at Rusk, i tnae, under the Act o« March 8, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or.e Year $ 1.50 fcix Month*. .16 Ttree Months. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or 1be way he maices his prayer: ( grant him a white san s place on earth, Jf his game is on the squam. If )<e plays straight, I'll call bim 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." Some have asked if there is an object more repulsive than an un- shaven man? We'll say yes—a womanjwho needs a shave. An expert radio broadcaster is said to be able to enunciate 2930 words in thirteen minutes and a hall', or 217 a mintue. We have known w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 October 1930

. I 'v It, 1; * i H «•!, IMWIKMWIWilH LIGHTS ► ftxma •/ NEW YORK We had the jig-saw puzzle, mah-Jongg, the cross-word craze, which swept the country like a tidal wave; but It la doubtful whether any of them ever' ;«xerted as much effect on the country iftt large as this midget golf game has done. It has swept the bills like a Winter wind and the plains like a prairie fire. One of its peculiar as- tpects la that, unlike most crazes, ■which spread from the big cities to ithe country, this game atarted in the ■mall towna and extended to the big 'ones. • • • lildget golf goes under many names. In some parts of the country it Is -^called Putt-putt; in others Pee-wee; In atttl others Tom Thumb. There is a course Just outside New Yerk rs the nsme of the Deaal- trj club, Bet the «me la at all,of them. I am tojfl .9 JM* Vff ea mm essential part of the eut- aM that he Vs. «o«^ g H'eety if #bether this la so, !**•)Oes. iot haow. I «e Ae value of Uie game Is, of coune. the turnover. By that I m...

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