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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 April 1931

1/ f: ft A !■ m i M \ GIVEN of * certain ord^r oat of the Honorable Court of Cherokee County, on 4* 18th,. day of March 1981, by JL K. Vining Clerk of uid Court tor the sum of Four Hundred Fifteen mad 61)100, dollars and costs of suit, under a judgment, in favor of W. P. Douglass Jr. in a certain cause in Mid Court, Nt> 10973 and stuled W. 9. Douglass, Jr. vs. Ben Smith et al. i placed in my hands for service, I, Richard R. Gray as Sheriff of Chero- kee County, Texas, did on the 7th., day of April 1931, levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Cherokee County, Texas, described as follows, to-wit: and being 46.5 acres of land, a part of the Peter Lewis Headlight Survey and being the same land con- veyed by Monroe Herndon and wife to John L. Dunham on June 3rd, 1922 am shown by deed recorded in vol. 94 page 475 Deed Records of Cherokee County, Texas, and also the same land conveyed to Monroe Herndon by H. H. Battle, et al, as shown by deed recorded in vol. 98, page 24, Deed Records...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 April 1931

Shoppct • Saturday Special ALL SILK CREPE DRESSES THAT ARE $5.95—SALE PRICE SATURDAY ONLY $3.50 JUST RECEIVED: Manufacturer's line of Ladies' Silk Underwear- Blooomers, Step-ins, Slips and Dancets—worth much more than the prices marked 39c 69c 98c New Dresses, New Hats—This Week If we didn't have it yesterday—we might have it today. Dress-Up Shoppe Rusk (Next Door to Rusk Hotel) Texas si. Summer Time is Coming Get Ready. Let Us Supply You with Sreening for your Doors, Windows and openings. Regerators, Ice Cream Freezers or Gas Stoves. Our Undertaking Department Is one of the modernly equipped in East Texas, in- cluding admirably appointed parlors, perfectly designed funeral cars and other equipment To render real service is our motto w. h wallacFcoiipany" RUSK, Business Phone 123 TEXAS Res. Phone 191 WE'RE SITTING PRETTY And so will you by taking advantage of Our Low Cash Prices on Groceries, A Few Specials SUGAR20 96c FLOUR48 Lb-Sick 95c Cream Meal, 24 lbs 48c BROWN'S SNOW FLAKES C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 April 1931

It •N m' ■ w&&mn* ,f >mmm«M* wmMm "We SellFor Less ir CAJtfBELL'S SOUPS ALL KINDS 3 CANS 25c HERSHEY'S CAN COCOA FULL HALF POUND 12c UBBY'S PEACHES Fancy Fruit 3 «* 23c PURE WINE JELLY 3f.r 26c (Me A Flatts SllItM POUND BREAKFAST BACON I"k' Fall CrctB CHEESE VAN CAMP Retina Cm BEE BKANB PEAS $*>" • 3 10® POUND 22® Panid 19c 5c Bread FULL 16 OZ. LOAF WRAPPED Ac ^Keach Sums 3S43- LIBKY'S MILK Tall Smll 7c 3k: LIIIT'S FANCY KRAUT 35c Pure Ribbon Cane Gallon C SUGAR BILL SYRUP 61 LUNA SOAP 10 Bars 25 GOOD VALUE FLOUR 48 Ponnd Sack 90 SPECIAL SALE LIBBY'S FANCY PINEAPPLE N«. 1 Flat Size No. 2 Size No. 2£ Large Size CRUSHED or SLICED CRUSHED *or SLICED CRUSHED or SLICED 3 c#"s 31 2 cans 39 CAN 22 C RITTER'S CATSUP 2 BOTTLES Large 14 Oz. 25c WE LEAD 'EM ALL RUSK . WEI euver , , phone 37S ■ s % \ TTT Far Tkrw-Diy Start " V Wild Animals, Trained Pon- ies and Dogs. Big Street Parade Th^ American Legion Big Train- ed animal Circus, will start with a big street parade, at 12:00 o'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 April 1931

m 'S/r.V .7-1' ■> >. .'J\ ' ' ' ' - < ( >i-i , ■ ■ y/; W? • I'-J-i' • ;«|;y __j'. U: JPffP ■ ■ ' , "V, ?vv " . ,.• m «: g> ' -<ff; T • ^a'^cstv.wi! ' A ffi*. If k«i .V, 1 i1: 1 ' f J MniaaB ?-* ,.;i' ' J* H '*■' 1 *iluy ;.l WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COU? Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 24, 1931 VOLUME 14—NO. 42 LEGISLATIVE LETTER By G. B. Terrell Austin Texas, April 24, 1931 To the Cherokeen , . ... .- .>.;w^:c ..A new working day and night to make up for the time lost during the first thirty days when practically nothing was done. The House works at night without a quiom present, and worked last Saturday morning without a quorum. It seems impossible to keep a quorum on Saturday. It is very dangerous practice to pass laws without a quorum present. This is the way much bad legislation is enacted because no record vote can be taken and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 April 1931

:• % SH t ''' . - • 5. - . ITIONAL LOCAL ♦ " ♦ I ^ B. PwUsijuii lluw Shttroo > to Tjrar, on baslnm Tuesday. ■ II Km Arbie Odom, of Austin, came in Saturday, to be with her husband during the recuperating period in- cident to bis recent accident. Miaa Willie Tosh and M. S. Wade, of the emblem force, were visiting in Crockett, Sunday. They were accompanied on the going trip by Miss Emma Mae Fulgham, who had been visiting in the Tosh home. Clay Bingham is the owner of a new Town Sedan Ford car, purchased from the Parrish, Forrest & Williams agency, and is now qualified to join the "so-many-payments-due-club" The many friends of Mrs. T. H. Singletary are very much concerned over her impaired physical condition, which necessitated her entering the hospital at Jascksonville, where she has been under treatment for sev- eral days. DROP your watch and DROP in to see Wal- DROP FERTILIZER Plenty of Nitate of Silver and Swift's Red SteeT Fertilizer, for cot- ton and tomatoes. J. P. Sears...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 April 1931

i*m0 ■llr.ililtoti^wy#^ THf SV 1 v- • b mw icvmr vimrsiccii A w«ekly newspaper published every Friday morning, at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. W. O. WARD, Editor and PublUbft Pearl L. Ward, AMittant Ed. & PuET Entered as second-class matter, July >ffice at Ri of March 3, 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.50 Six Months .75 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer; I grant him a white man's Place on earth, If his game is 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 ma'i is a- good as I, And a king is no more than that." One reason that it used to take the average boy over two hours to do a half-hour's churning was that ne lost so much time "licking" the churn dasher. It is said that in the hospital for the insane, at St. .!o, Missouri, with over fifteen hundred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 April 1931

V ; . ATK>N PROTESTS BILLS ((From Friday's Palestine Herald) Vigorous pro testa against two Mils bow pending in the state legislature characterized the morning session here today of the East Texas County Judge and Commissioners' Associ- ation, which convened in the dis- trict court room at 10:00 o'clock. The bills opposed are, one proposing that counties shall pension persons over seventy years of age, and one passed by the house which would forbid any Texas county issuing warrants for future expenses. Resolutions were ordered drawn by specially appointed* committee to be forwarded to mem- bers of the legislature and to the "West Texas County Officials' Assicia- tion. Some fifty members and visitors of the East Texas Association are here for the meeting. On assembling this morning Anderson County Judge B. J. Kennedy was introduced by president Judge B. Ralston of the association and Judge Kennedy, after a cordial welcome, introduced Mayor S. E. Reed, who was called on to welcome ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 April 1931

Save the Difference 4 Our New System Saves Us All Money. Note These Special Prices: ARROW HEAD FLOORS M.IO ELECTRIC LIGRT FLOUR 95c MEAL TKL- PINTO BEANS 19c White Ltuadry SOW 9 Bm 25c SALT BACON per Lb. inj SQUARES 1UV FRESH GREENS P"B""14C FRESH MEATSr w LOIN, ROUND, T-BONE 18c CHUCK STEAK 12c IROWN'S SNOW FLAKES CRACKERS ^ Lb,s 26c FIC BARS ^Lb, 25c RICt Blue Rose 5 Lbs. 25® STEW HEAT |0c HAMBURGER -«■ 121c NIXED SAUSAGE 12ic N. W. Corner . M O 1?T ¥ IC • Same 0ld • 11. D. LjLLID • Phone 169 Square Grocery and Meat Market I Mill PERSONAL ITEMS ' Say It With Flowers." Say it with oars. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral Jesigna. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association. WE ARE HERE TO STAY Now that Spring is here to stay, let us clean up that suit or dress to be stored away till the coming of winter again. We do all kinds of ladies' and men's clothes. Folks, we are here to stay, and to help make Rusk a better town, and will appre- ciate a part...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 April 1931

«I here to4 Judge ation, triet co bills oi countid ■event 1 by the ;p> Texas ct future e ordered com mitt' bers of "West Te tion. Some of the here foi this mo) B. J. ] presidei associat after a Mayor to welc the citj the cit; of the i portuni , coming or to t sion ers stay ii one an you a freque Sec: the CI introd come and s] sectio our ci Vic of c: orgar of we he w. and f Ot Judg Mell chur talks T opet Pre; last iarj 1 disc I CUE wa: Ju( opc Kta fail wo fir it fa ag '* * v * :S '■ '/'•-. *'V: ,* / . i ESNUTS f?--' "We Sell for Less" -i.i v rj SPECIALS SATURDAY, APRIL 25 T i , .. •; ,■ -a. - PINTO BEANS 6 Pounds FitllQuwrtfer OAn APPLE BBTTER 2UC UBBVS FANCY CORN BEEF 19c Hock less 17® Pound ?KNK HUMS ARMOUR DEXTER SUCED BACON 24« Sugar Cured Pound BREAKFAST BACON 20' No. 1 WISCONSIN Pound cost 20t ARMQUR'S Po«d STAR HAMS V Blue Label Fancy No. 2 Can SWEET GARDEN PEAS 16c Country Gentleman No, 2 Can BEPEND-ON CORN 13c | Fancy Shredded OCONUT _ Pound 23c Best Rio COFFEE WE GRIND I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 May 1931

>■ The Rusk Cheroke WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 1, 1931. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 14—NO. 43 J legislative letter liy G. B. Terrell Austin Texas, April 24, 1U31 In re $1,00 P«*r Tun Sulphur Tux To the Cherukeen , The undersigned members of the Forty-second Legislature be- lieve *Texas should have a $1.00 per ton sulphur tax. Texas produces over 99 percent of the sulphur in these Uuited States and 75 per cent of the sul- phur of.the world this amount very nearly all is produced by two companies—The Texas Gulf Sulphur Comyany and the Free- port Sulphur Company. The only other producer in Texas is the Duval Sulphur Com- pany, which only recently enter- ed the field In 1930 it produced only 37,565 tons and earned over six dollars per ton or slightly ov- er 24 per cent prolit on its capit ial of one million dollars. Accord- ing to its officia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 May 1931

J - - w+ .. • OB1TUAIY Fraacia Ellaabath Melatyre wai born in Siaolara county. Alabama, August IS, IIM. Departed thiapir* in tnis ooun ij. April 24.1U3J. Funeral services andinterment at Salem cemete>y at2:3fl p. m., April 26,1931, in charge .of W. H. Wallace Company. Deceased first came with her parents to Wood county, Texas, and caoie to Cherokee eounty with her father, J. W Mclatyre, 'n 1898. She was married ^to Joseph Allea Bowman, Dec. 30, 1900 and to this un- ion seven daughters and one son were born, all of whom, together with her husband and father survives. She it also survived by three brothers and two Isisterrs as follows- Mrs. Ossie Holcomb of '.Rusk, and Mrs. Eunice Waldrop, of Harlinj;en. Also by five uncles and other relatives and a mult, itudeo of friends that could not be mentioned Citation By Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee County, Greetings: You are hereby commanded to summon W. H. Clive, Charles Bart- lett, Minnie Sim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 May 1931

THE CHEROKEEAN 1 The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning, at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. H. O. WA# Pearl L. W*d, Editor and Publisher Aisiitant Ed. & Pub. Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ; .$1,50 Six Months .75 Three Months .40 One advantage that can Jbe claimed for the modern alarm clock is that it gets you up in time to shave and wake the help for breakfast.! You can distinguisli a"ne're-do -well" by the fact that he invar- iably turns to the "classified'' page of the big daily papers the first t hin;. OUR CREED "I take no thought of neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer; 1 grant him a white man's place on earth, If his game is 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." You ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 May 1931

r-.p \w--: . * ' * <V*r. < ivl A * Wfc ?Vi S v-^-.V''7 -- liTTr-r V <—/.'/ 'J! . ~ ffiOTnTO1 iMiiri'hfwwi m ii i ii« '" —j-..,,.-.,—i-^ ... « "k Fe.TP.om Lifeline Cj'aarc:. ... /*~"S .CT": ^. /%) %-jk) ' w . "'v; L v .,^dflE< ns •r^f Av^v' V £\ g; HEAVY BALLOON iiiSJ* SSjl*iii R7VVE ST C4DSID * (V STANDARD BALLOON HIGH PRESSURE . ,*W (t SdSntfii jand what can among tilt' farmer*, lfW b going to see the fall of cotton M Ung of crops in Cherokee county. Cotton will be raised, but the crop is gajag to be short, and the farm- am who are planting it, are holding 4own the expense of raising it to the very minimum. It looks like it is going to be six or seven cent cotton . next fall, and most of the farmers around Alto are trying to make what ttie price will likely be. Chief among the expense items that will be cut is labor, as most of them are planting just enough cotton that they can take care of themselves and will not have ■ to employ help to make the crop. | Alto's average...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 May 1931

■SP *1 m ma—m r*m" m mum ,cn**avx "%v Sjve the Difference Our New System Saves Us All Money. Note These Special Prices: coffee tp,'.'! 48" ROY ALL'S LEADER coffee3 can w PINTO BEANS 19c RICE Blue Rice 5 Lbs. 25C KAMI MTHI ■ peaches m m Prepared MUSTARD Quirt 14c meal 24 Lb. Sick 48c veal steak Young Tender Reund, Loin, T-Boie Poind choice steak 18" CHUCK STEAK '-'12c STEW MEAT lie NIXED SAUSAGE Ific SALT BACON P„ SQUARES " IOC N.W. Corner . M Square • A *• Grocery L Bnt f f c . Sams Old • LLLID • Phone 169 and Neat Market •*- WE ARE HERE TO STAY • Now that Spring is here to stay, let us clean up that suit or dress to be stored away till the coming of winter again. We do all kinds of ladies' and men's clothes. Folks, we are here to stay, and to help make Rusk a better town, and will appre- ciate a part of your business. All work guaranteed... WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER CITY CLEANERS GROVES & HEARN, Props. East Side Square Phone No.2 ♦ ♦ IMIIMIMI ♦ ♦ ♦ PERSONAL ITEMS ♦ ♦ ♦ XA XX XX X...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 May 1931

"We Sell for Less" VALUES . . SATURDAY AND HOW? MAY 2d >V«'Vv- U. S. No. 1 10 19c FANCY RICE 5 potnds 17c J Pounds PACKAGE N. B. C. CAKES 4C MAGNOLIA MACARONI « Three 1 AC SPAGHETTI Packages J1| TOMATOES 1 Cin 4C POST BRAN IOC ARMOUR'S ME 8 POUND PAIL 82 ARMOR'S VER1BEST PORK:BEANS 6- 35c WE MAKE PRICES OTHERS TRY TO FOLLOW SO WE LEAD'EN ALL RUSK we deliver Phone 375 _ FIRST METHODIST CHURCH The Ruftk Choral Club will render a sacred program at 7:30 p.m. This program is one of the attractive fea- tures of the season, and should pack the church to overflow. Rev. Robert L. Jackson will deliver a brief sermon following the program using as his subject., "Rejoicing in God,'' "God's Servant" will be the the subject at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Jack- son will return Saturday from Cal- vert, where he has held a meeting. Forty-four business houses closed for the morning services. BAPTIST CHURCH BREAD ST 4c batey brand STRING BEANS Q „«, 2 SPINACH O «<*s 25c hard heads LETTUCE ONLY 4^ SALMON 3 i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 May 1931

RUSK CHEROKEEAN WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 8. 1931 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 14—NO. 44 LEGISLATIVE LETTER By: Geo. B. Terrell. May 4, 1931 The Cherokean. Rusk, Texas. Gentlemen FORD SERVICE STATION PRESENTS NEW ACCOMMODATIONS NO CHANGE COMING AT THE ASTOR THEATRE j With the enlargement of its- fill- i ing station and driveway, the Ford 1 Service station has added other ap- pointments that go to make it one of The legislature put in good time the most commodious and inviting la£t week and passed some impor- enterprises in our city, and in doing tant legislation as well as to kill B0 they have assumed real metrop- some important legislation. The Leg- olitan proportions. In addition to the islature can render us good service increased service facilities they have some times by killing bills as it can fitted up and and are furninshing a j this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 May 1931

1 IMS? 'f > By Publication^ THE STATE OF TEXAS the Sheriff or any Constable of kee County, Greetings: You are hereby commanded to ion W. H. Clive, Charles Bart- Minnie Simons, H. Adella Spaulding, Harriett A. Spaulding, Clinton Noble, H. E. Trowbridge, W. H. Clive Company, a corporation organized under and by virtue of the Laws of the State of New York, hav- ing its office in County o f Oneida, State of New York, W. H. Clive Com parry, a trade name under which W. H. Clive is trading, and Tilbury Oil & Refining Company, a corporation organized under and by virtue of the Laws of Arizona, having offices in Oneida County, New York, by mak- ing publication of this Citation once each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, to be holden atthe Court House thereof, in Rusk on the First Monday in July A. D. 1931,the same being the 6th day of July A. D.1931, then and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 May 1931

ip rt ■-! a !9 THE RUSK CHERQKEEAN The Rask Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning, at Rusk, Cherokee County, Te*&£- H. O. WARj, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Assistant Ed. & Pub. Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year _$1.50 Six Months .75 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer; I grant him a white man's place on earth, If his game is 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 richest man in the world died last Sunday, and some of our leading men are not feeling well. It reminds us that the time has long passed since the High School boy told us that the country would soon be run by the Catholic church. RESOLUTIONS: The average m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 May 1931

NOTICE FOR AUTHORITY TO LEASE '"%■ sSffw*. -fV No. 1980 GUARDIAN SHIP OF DRAYTON PITTS, A MINOR. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. NOTICE is hereby given that I, Rube Sessions, guardian of the estate of Drayton Pitts, a minor, have this day filed my application in the ab- ove entitled and numbered cause for an order of the county Judge of Cherokee County, Texas authorizing me as the guardian of the estate of said ward to make a mineral lease Uipon such terms as the Court may or- der and direct, of the fillowng des- cribed real estate belonging to the estate of said ward, to wit: FIRST TRACT Being a part of the Juan Y. Acosta league in Nacogdo- ches County, Texas. Beginning where the W.B. line of the said Acosta league crosses the Alazan Bayou, and being the South corner of the Washington Tillery survey, an Oak Stump for corner. Thence down said Bayou to S.E. corner of a 100 acre tract. Thence North 81 West 861.6 vrs. to corner on W.B. line of said Acosta league. Thence ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 May 1931

FA.GM ssm * THE DIFFERENCE IS YOURS Our New System Saves Us All Money. Note Ttiefe Special Prices: — SUGAR21 1.00 RICE1 s Li.. 25c FLOUR 48 Lbs. 1.18 FLOOR 48 Lbs. 95c HOMINY 9c CARNATION MILK 25c 7 Small Cans ENGLISH PEAS lie Wo. 2 Bagly's POTTED HflH 3 cms |flc VIENNA SAHSACE'H8c COFFEE TA 48c PINTO BEANS 17c SALT BACON P„u. SQUARES OATS n $1.91 VEAL STEAK Young Tender Round, Loin, T-Bone Pound CHOICE STEAK IP CHUCK STEAK 12c STEW MEAT 10c MIXED SAUSAGE Ifie N. W. Corner . JUt D ri I TC . Same Old Square • !"• JuLll-llO • Phone 169 Grocery and Neat Market fr /r Clean-Up Prices IS ON FIFTEEN 15 New Spring DRESSES and ...SUITS... Prices range up to $12.75 jj Priced for Friday and Saturday, g | ONLY, EACH $6.75 | | Dress-Up Shoppe j Rusk (Next Door t0 Rusk HoteI) Texas Summer Time is Coming Get Ready. Let Us Supply You with Sreening for your Doors, Windows and opening?. Regerators, Ice Cream Freezers or Gas Stoves. Our Undertaking Department Is one of the modernly equipped in East Te...

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