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

. V 'W ■ 5 m # t) — ! Personal Ittms | "Say It With" Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral 'lesigns. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver.' Association DROP your watch and DROP iu to see Wal-DROP. E. P. Palmer of Alto, was a Rusk visitor Monday. Miss Louise Rosenthal of Dallas, visited friends here Sunday. Miss Ollie Ne Smith of Dallas, is visiting Mrs. T. .vi. Sherman. Miss Florence Russ of Los An- geles, Calif., is visiting relatives here. Merritt Smith of Lufkiu, visit j ed friends here over th< end. Mrs. Nina B. Sherman spent the week end in Dallas with ] friends. Mrs Lena West Guinn left Monday, to take a position in San Antonio. Mrs.T. T. Moore of Kilgore, was a week end visitor in the D. X. Wiggins home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White of Dallas, visited in the John Guinn home, Sunday. CtMrofco County Medical Society Meeting The Cherokee County Medical Society met in Rusk Monday November24th., and the following were present:...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 November 1930

WSSoktli^lBBk SwOB ' ' ■"'■ ;W'" ' mmM mm M Christmas Cards I H I 1 I I I i 1 i ■■ £ H . I i!. Pm&; feS f \ E? ft 'I «f. Don't Procrastinate Until the Choicest Are Out of Stock Positively the Finest Line Ever Shown and Prices Are Almost Ridiculously Low Make Your Selections and Get Your Cards Now. You Don't Have to Pay for Them Until You Get Ready Mrs. H. 0. Ward At Cherokeean Office & Now Endertws Sargon is ousenold w apidly becoming a rd throughout Can- ra household won pda and the United States, Thousands of grateful men and women from all walks of life have been lifted out of the throes of lost vitality, suffesing, misery and ill health by its use In relating his experience with tins famous medicine former United States Senator Thomas W. Haidwick, who served his statt for six years in the Upper House of Congress, and who was later elected Governor of Georgia said: "I had lost most o my old- time energy and brnli mental and physical fatigue came more quick- ly than former...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 December 1930

'• •* I' • ''. pit" ► <>«•*> • ■ WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DFCEMBER ,1930 VOLUME 12, No. :4 Iron Development For the past two years, the Chamber of Commerce has been quietly working on the task of arousing interest in the develop- ment of iron ore deposits in this section, and at last something is being done. The past two days have been spent in going over different sec- tions of the country with repre- sentatives of a large Eastern steel corporation, investigating possible resou rces. It is point- ed out that deposits of iron ore, lignite and limestone—all of the products necessary for smelting—are to be found in sev- eral East Texas counties in this immediate section, and in case the industry should develop it will be a sectional affair, and not purely a local proposition. The benefits to be derived to Jack- ...

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

. tw C. Bldd*. El. Al. Minors h Makw MUmmI Lun no. mi i*fM of Elmer 0. sides. et at*. Mlnon r. K. Sides. Quardlttu. ountyCourt of (JUorokee County, Tex M> In probate. Notice Is hereby Riven that I. Mary E. Sides, Ktturdlan of the Estates of Elmer 0. , Sides, Vlnla Sides and Essie Sides. Minors. f have this day filed my implication in tbe above entitled and numbered cause for an order of the County Judge of Cherokee County. Texas, authorizing me as guardian of the estates of said wards to maUe a min- eral lease upon such '.errns as the eourt may order and direct, of the following described real estate belonging to the estates of said wards, towit: Three-fourteenths (3-Mtlis) undivided In- terest In all that certain tract or parcel of land, and being situated in Cherokee County Texas, about ti miles west of the town of Kusk being a part of the Lewis M. Vinlng heaUright and bouuded as follows: Begin- ning at the s. w. corner of sail! Vlning sur- vey. a red oak l>rs s. 7ti w. 10.6...

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

I I 5 i i* if k i I a i i Kj ■ . _ _ it r.iiam ~f '7T B*0. WAB^ Editor and PKAKL L. WARD? Auiatant Kd.atidPiib. is. ■ ' ' ' Sntered u Mcond-clnM matter, July 16, 1919, at the "pottofflc* At Rack, Texas, under tlie Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six. Month*. .76 Three Month*. 40 OUR CREED with the hard timet, among which is the fact that you are not both- ered much by a salesman trying Mil ydu diamonds. "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he mattes hia prayer: I grant him a white aan's place on earth, If his game ig on the squam. 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." Our idea of a frugal housewife is the one who goes just as spar- ingly on the first "helping'' to a can of shortening that she does when cleaning up the vessel. o A Daisetta merchant killed a debtor the other day. If that was to becom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 December 1930

' ' 2K MM LEARN DANCING FROM ONE WHO KNOWS , RO*SS TURNER Premier of All Tap Dancers W^MVWW\/W CLASSES AND PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN DAILY Tap, Clog, Buck-and-Wing, Soft Shoe, Toe, Ballet and Acrobatic* Special Attention Given to Out-of-Town Students Studio, Odd Fellows Hall, Jacksonville, Texas, PHONE NORTON'S HOTEL •Just Received Shipment TOMATO SHEETING We have— Ferry's Gulf States and Marglobe Tomato Seed To Arrive Soon—Car Fertilizer We are making Extra Cheap Prices on All Merchandise JOE ~B. COPELAND East Side Public Square =2/ Start the New Year RIGHT , and the best way to do it is to get the . . . Dependable Necessities at the Lowest Possible Prices And when it comes to Hardware and Furniture Our Goods and Ye Service Speak W. H. WALLJ RUSK, Business Phone 12 To Our Friends and THE HUSK CHEROKEEAN HHHimHIIIIIHHH ♦ ♦ * PERSONAL ITEMS ♦ ♦ ♦ ++♦♦ ♦ *********** HHH "Say It Witb Flowers." Say it with oars. Cut fiowerg, pot plants. funeral Jesigns. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Memb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 December 1930

Unl«M With Other Llttl* H*p«. York.—Has man a chance to the machine age be has ere- II Or Is he changing his physical 14 so rapidly that he will be an- ited as were tbe saber-toothed tiger and the mastodon? Raymond Blaine Fosdlck, writer on political and social problems and a brother of the Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdlck, declares that unless the so- cial sciences are advanced to a place of equality with physics, chemistry and biology, there isn't much hope. "We have utilized our growing ac- quaintance with the laws of nature to harness new forces and transform the physical world about us, but the sci- entific study of the human being, of •the springs of his conduct, and of hu- man relations, has not been pushed with anything like the same eagerness, and with little of the same technique," :Mr. Fosdlck says in Golden Book I Magazine. "In spite of his new weapons and of fcls increased powers, man himself re- mains as he was and always has been —Irrational, impulsive, emotional, In- heren...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 December 1930

: ?;'rw TBI *U«E CHMtOUEA* pace mm I r T Personal Items "Say || Witb Tlow.rs. Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver;' Assop> on. DROP your watch and DROP in to see Wal-DROP. Mrs. E. Dupree was a visitor in Jacksonville, Monday. Mrs. P. P. Priest or in Tyler, Monday was a visit- Pete Walton of Luikin, was visitor in Rusk last Friday. Miss LottieFittsvisited friends in Lufkin, over the week end. Miss Marion the week end in friends. Mallard spent Houston, with Mrs.W. T. Davis of Palestine, was the guest of Mrs Nina D, Sherman, Thursday. Miss Bernice Beatty, and Sue Dauther of Kennard, were week end guests of MrsO. L. Slay den. Mrs. J. F. Davis aud daughter, Miss Geneva, were guests of Mrs. Alvin Sherman, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Thompson of Chi- cargo, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.T. M. Sherman. Miss Gladys Lackey turned to her home in town. has re- George- J. H. Meeks of San Antonio, spent the wee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 December 1930

' I I f I I I X t I 1 f 1 PRICES Saturday, Dec. 6th. per dozen Bananas Coffee. MMWfLL HOUSE ^ $1.00 v.., . I Christmas Cards Don't Procrastinate Until the Choicest Are Out of Stock Positively the Finest Line Ever Shown and Prices Are Almost Ridiculously Low 4^4 4^4 4^V 4^4 4^A 4^4 4^4 Make Your Selections and Get Your Cards Now. You Don't Have to Pay for Them Until You Get Ready * ? * y V f ? t V t T t f ❖ i i ❖ t t ❖ ❖ t ? ? t t t ? t v ❖ f f ? ❖ t J ? ? t ? f V f | I (tdiMrilJ by tioWl) thorn*, 1b t4* Eaf)• Boho, Hifh School Piper) Those who went to Jasper with the Eagles Friday bad the pleas* are of visiting a real school sys- tem. Although the town proper is not very large or especially impressive, the school id a con- solidation of several surrounding schools and is able to offer its students ail ihe advantages of a large city school. The enroll- ment in the high and grammar schools is together, around one thousand. The school is located at the edge of town and occupies a beaut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 December 1930

■V*— -.w..,. - I lit j ijMV' i' 'l*':'> I / I J kU 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, DECEMBER 12, 1930 VOLUME 12, No. 25 0 0 I WHAT'S THE USE Taking the "tip," from a Pine Bluff, Arkansas, newspaper, we have resolved that so long as con- ditions remain as they are or un- til they improve, wc are going to refrain from any references to '•hard times" "industrial depres- sion," or "financial stringency." It is a subject with which all are more or less familiar and what's the use the use to weep and wail? Howling never got anthing any- where, except the canine and the third party. One consolation we all khave is that its no fault of ours. The greatest industrialists, financiers and economists of the country can't tell what's the matter, or who is to blame. Suffice to say, in the language of the late Grover Cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 December 1930

* 1 mm —* mi Vyi "V-W* J. L. BROWN JACKSONVILLE "6fte Christmas Store" Lower Prices! Bigger Values! You will find it this way at Brown's Men's, Young Men's and Boys' SUITS and TOPCOATS Now Selling at Lowest Possible Prices $27.50 SUITS or TOPCOATS—.NOW ^22 $30.00 SUITS or TOPCOATS.—NOW §24 SOQ $35.00 SUITS or TOPCOATS- NOW 10 $40.00 SUITS or TOPCOATS—-NOW ^32 BOYS' SUITS and TOPCOATS at MUCH LOWER PRICES LADIES' WINTER COATS and DRESSlBS AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES $16.50 SILK DRESSES NOW— SI 1.08 $24.50 SILK DRESSES NOW $| G.34 $25.00 WINTER COATS NOW— - $16.67 $30.00 WINTER COATS NOW $20iQ0 $45.00 WINTER COATS—-NOW $30.00 Christmas Gifts Suitable for Every Member of the Family SAVE TIME and MONEY By SHOPPING AT «J. L. BROWN'S IP RADIO APPEALS TO YOUNG MEN Radio is growing by leaps and bounds, and according to Presi- ident Roberts of the Radio^School of Tyler College and School of Business Administration, there is no greater opportunsty than is offered by Radio. The demand for Radio op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 December 1930

t-viSJSS/&C '-"V« .i;' I r'i 1 J i Ji 4' 4hl*bo i t i m & Saturday Prices December 13th. Bananas per dozen 10c Coffee, MAXWELL HOUSE 3dbn $1.05 Libby's Crushed Pineapple 1.10c Mince Meat °w Tim<- 10c Apple Butter 34 ounces 20c Salmon Tall can, 10c Mustard {Quart jar, each 14c Rice Fancy,Per Pound .05c Dried Peaches Golden Spike per lb. 10c Dried Apples Per Pound 12k We Deliver Phone 375 R. H. CHESTNUT & CO. North Side : : : : Rusk The Rusk Cherokeean poUtalMd «racy Soak, CbwokM v weekly fridmy morning it bounty, Tr— H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher HKABL L. WARD, AnUlanl Kd. and Pub. Entered as second-cbuM matter, July ;<$, 1919, at the poctoffice at Rusk, Vxas. under the Act oI March 8, *79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year -$ 1.50 Six Montht, — .75 Three Months. 40 FORCED TO RETIRE QR. ARCH HUTCHINSON, D. D. &, aaya he regards new Sargon aa real triumph of Science. PAGE OUR CREED 'I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he snaKes his prayer: t grant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 December 1930

s-jfis m college, may be __ advantages busiooes education should strongly. A course at ^Commercial |College and tsiness Administration only re- a few months, it leads to a business position with a reg ome and real independ- , ^Compare this J with four ~ ^ general college work! re it with the almost hope- | jess prospect that confronts Jthe | : young man or youngjwoman with :no training ^beyond high school. , | Yourg people of this section are <: fortunate in having a Icenter of ' . practical education such as Tyler. Here is a business training Jinsti- 11 tution that is outstanding in Am- : erica |for the^high standing it > • maintains, as well asjitldoes for the wide 'range Jof subjects and courses it offers. Many of the most successful business people of the Southwest are graduates of , this big institution. Tyler.Commercial College and V School of Business Administrat- ion has just issued a new catalog covering its General Business Course, a course of great value and appeal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 December 1930

W * ^ A * < -i— Personal Items "Say l^With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Win. King left Friday for Port Arthu: . Mrs. Pope Guinn visited tives in Luflrin, Tuesday. rela- DROP your watch and DROP in to see Wal-DROP. I. H. Holcomb is enjoying a vis* it from bis mother, Mrs. Julia Jones, of Alto. TUB BOSK CnU&OKJSKAN ■ " ■■■ Mrs. M. C. Guinn is visiting her sister in Jacksonville, this week. Joe B. Copeland made a busi- ness trip to Dallas, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. M.C.Park, ofi( Palestine, were Rusk visitors, Sunday afternoon. C. E. Christian made a business trip to Crockett, Tuesday. Mrs, Nina D. Sherman was a visitor in Jacksonville, Monday. If you find what you want at W. H. Wallace's he will save you money. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wiliiams were week end business visitors inGarrisen. Mesdames S. W. Tucker and Ray Sherman were shopping in Tyler, Satu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 December 1930

T~T TTtlMBPH w l« r I r it ;w 'CZ^fsS'ti':: •:r: •. ■-• '. ^ $!&£& 11 p.': 'i?r HHHHH . u ASH miCE SALE ____ . , s WILLIAMS BROTHERS Only 11 Nore Shopping Days Until Christmas Come Early! Are Ready for Christmas--Are You? It's Christmas Time once more and with the happy season comes that eternal problem, ''What to give." In this store your problem reduces itself to merely a matter of choice. This year everyone is seeking practical suggestions—gifts that are useful. There is no more delightfully useful gift than "something to wear"—because it contributes so much to one's comfort and pleasure. Ready-to- wear prices are now so much lower than they have been since the war . . . In order to make it possible for you to possess a new coat and dress for the Holiday season—and to reduce our stock quickly, we are making this sensational offering a full month ahead of the usual clearance period. After the last holly wreath is taken down and all the semblance of Christmas is gone—what g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 December 1930

■■ - . (K.'-mm «■ mm. "wmjm wkSSSj£-$Wm WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1860. CHEROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COoNT'i RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. D©'EMHER 19, 1930 VOLUME 12. No 2<i Second Week Jiilry The following is a list of the petit jury drawn for the second week of January 1931, term of the District Court of Cherokee County, ordered to report Jan- uary 12: J. A. Garner, Gallatin. ^ "Htis Hood, Jacksonville. i E. L. Ellerbee, Wells. L. M. Parnell, Troup. Albert Holcomb, Alto. Geo. Meriweather, Alto. Arthur Ramey, Alto. H. P. Brannen, Jacksonville. T. H. Pitner, Jacksonville. Jno. 8. Simpson, Jacksonville. Wylie Stewart, Jacksonville. Butler Henry, Troup. C. D. Cummings, Alto. /L. B. McMeans, Ponta. Harvey Kersh, Troup. H. C. Slider, Jacksonville. J. H. Henderson, Reese. Dan Davis, Troup. Thomas Black, Alto. J. D. McHenry, Alto VV. M. Hall, Troup G. L. Perry, Gallatin. C. H. Plair...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 December 1930

■i: I I r w #■* . today are uk this question (our yean taking ege course, or can > better it I train for busmen?" It is a tremendously important question for every young manor woman. This is a business era The field of business grows larger and more alluring year by year, Positions are open every day— crying for capable young men and women who are properly TRAINED! Because of this growing oppor- tunity the South's greatest busis ness training institution—Tyler Commercial College and School of Business Administration, at Tyler, Texas—has become one of the most popular educational in- stitutions in America. It has exs panded its facilities until now it offers training for general busi- ness— for telegraphy—for radio •—for accounting and a score of other specialized fields. Of all its courses perhaps the most popular is the General Business Course, which covers all phases of general business training and equips a student of a position in almost any line of business. So popular has t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 December 1930

WORLD IS HAPPY EXPERTJi* Only 60 Workers Out of 509 Think Bad Outweighs the Good. New York.—It's a lisppy world, on the whole. Not many people want to be dramatic figures of tragedy In the eyes of their fellows. On the contrary most of us humans like to rate our- selves as being happier tlum average. This light on human nature has been cast by a now psychological study of happiness math; by l>r. Randolph Sailer of Yeuchin : university in China. Doctor Sailer wo; kod under direction of Dr. Goodwin Watson of Teachers' college, who has tn;:-n analyzing hap- piness and liappv people for several years. In a Questionnaire on their own hap- piness or lack of It, just CO workers out of 500 said that the world is more bad than good, or that they were less happy than the average mortal. Not one of the 500 was a complete pessi- mist or a perfect optimist. Poor Health and Unhappincss. Poor health Is definitely linked with unliapyluess, according to this survey. It Is not yet clear, however, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 December 1930

. I H [ 1 i ii m \ j | 1 n ■* li «A t li :;lii I ■ it) T t f ? ❖ f t t ? f t t t t T T t f I I t T I I J f t ❖ t | t f f t ❖ ♦!> ❖ ❖ Don't Worry About Your Gift for "Her" or for "Him" Your Problem Can be Solved Here AT A SAVING Here are Some Suggestions of Popular Priced, Serviceable Gifts Any of Which Will Be Appreciated: M nun FOR HER:— Fitted Leather Suit Cases Leather Purses, Silk and Velvet Purses Kid Gloves, Mesh Bags Fancy Linen Handkerhiefs Silk Hose, Silk Scarfs Silk Pajamas, Silk Underwear Silk Kimonas, Costume Jewelry Beads, Necklaces Compacts, Vanities Crepe House Shoes Kid House Shoes, Felt House Shoes Rubber Shoes, Rubber Boots, Raincoats New Holiday Hats Novelties and Felts Just In Spring Coats and Dresses Saturday Children's Sweater Sets, Baby Caps, Baby Blankets, Children's Feit Shoes FOR HIM:— Leather Hand B tirs, Gladstone Brigs Leather Brief Casts, Bill Folds Belts, Silk Mufflers Silk Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs Linen Handkerchiefs, Initial Handkerchiefs Silk P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 December 1930

*—k- <J I 1- • e ie e- in of eo t i Personal Items "Say It With Flow«n." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral design*. MRS. LEE ROSS. THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver' Association. Henrv Carroll of Palestine, was a visitor here Thursday. Miss Liurn Henry spent tlie week end in Bull ml with friends. DROP .you i watch and DKOP in to see Wal-I)JJOI . Mrs. Georgia Poarsall of Mar- shall, visited ruiutiw.s here last week end. <J. M. Evans of Shreveport visited relatives and friends here last week end. Mrs M. C. Guinn returned home Sunday from a visit to her brother, at Jacksonville. Mrs. Bryan S to vail, Miss Bill Pulham were visitors in Jacks sonvilie, Thursday Miss Viola Beville leaves to- day for Henderson,to spend the holidays with her sister. If you find what you want at W. H. Wallace's he will save you money. Mrs. W. G. Davis of Palestine, was a visitor of Mrs. Nina D. Sherman, Thursday. Mrs. Nina D. Sherman spent the week end in Tyler with t...

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