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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

WE SALUTE The Cherokee County Electric Cooperative Association And Its 5,000 Members W Employees of the Cherokee County Electric Coopera- tive Association, office personnel and service crews, extend their welcome to Co-op members on REA Day. Pictured here are representatives of the some 30 employees who conduct the daily affairs of the Association that brings electric ser- vice to your home. In the picture at the left are: Bobby J. Sowell, Dorothy Louise Vining, Lucille Belvin, Estelle Ham, Grace Braly and Joy Buclcner. At right are service men W. H. Card, Porter Mitchell and Gene Kelley. WE, THE FOLLOWING RUSK MERCHANTS AND BUSINESSMEN, JOIN TO EXTEND A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL REA MEMBERS, MONDAY, JULY 20th. WE WISH YOU THE BIGGEST, MOST SUCCESSFUL MEETING YET! WHILE IN OUR CITY, WE'D BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU VISIT US. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE "REA SPECIALS" OFFERED BY THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK MERCHANTS. "You're Always Welcome In Rusk—The Friendly City" J. C. Williams Texaco Station WELCOME ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

A6t • THE CHEROKEEAN JUL* 1 . !« LEGAL Group Needs HOTICI OF BONO ftlCTIOM THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CHEROKEE TOWN OF HUSK TO TOE RESIDENT. QUALI "Under All the Land" a produced by the Texas Title A*-j locution was shown Rotarians g County Industry Begins Study of Cherokee County's industrial Some of the committee members committee spent its initial session said they planned to join repre- Wednesday airing the county' leniatives oí the recently^rgani- greatest needs as it looked into zed 10-county development group what can be done to develop more in a trip to Tupelo. Mississippi, to opportunities from a county wide observe similar work there and point of view. 'he accomplishments The committee was made into This would be one of the first calling the election adopted by tne ¿^¡duai ownership goes, and all organization with steps in a study of the Cherokee Town Council on the 2flth day of (JUCceedlng deeds of record are Title Policy Improvement Of J'ville i rusk news J°tPaiy°Fii^e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

I ■ m j m Ü PICGLY WIGGLY'S >. _r,V- ¿3f y \ p Ye« Piggly Wiggly Has Done it Again. Yes Piggly Wiggly Has Reduced An- other 700 Items. Space Does Not Permit Listing All the Items That We Have Reduced. You Can Be Assured of Every Day Low Prices, Plus You Save As You y Spend With S&H Green Stamps at Piggly Wiggly, Rusk. Guaranteed Farm Fresh Produce Golden Ripe i. • *> ják • ■ .. BANANAS i 10 'Home Grown MELONS A9 California Home Grown TOMATOES 10 CALAYOS 10 Colorado New Red POTATOES 10 Lbs. 69' Guaranteed Top Quality Meats Armour Star Sliced BACON B 59 Rath Black Hawk Boneless Danish i 65' Decker's All Meat BOLOGNA s 39' Market Made MINUTE STEAKS b 75' Kraft VELVEETA CHEESE 2 ! 89' CHUCK ROAST L B 59' LIGHTCRUST FLOUR 10 Lb. Bag DRUG SPECIALS KOTEX 350 CREST TOOTH PASTE 730 IPANA TOOTH PASTE 700 VASELINE HAIR TONIC «..«<«. 540 JERIS HAIR TONIC Wirh Brush 790 Bonnie Baker BISCUITS 3 Cans 25' FREE 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS With The Purchase of $10.00 or More With This Coupo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

PAGK 2 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 1*. 1W* The Cherokeean mteumii STATE CAPITAL NEWS Tox Fight to Smolder Even After Compromise Reached Glass Opposed House-Rejected Conference Committee Tax Bill f959 By Vern Sjrvford T« «i Prtu Association AUSTIN, Tpx — Whatever the outcome oí the summer ta* battle, Aikin school improvement pro- gram aione would call for at least a *100,000,000 tax bill. Only hope for avoiding an even £STA lt&Hef> 4ULT S, IM7 AS THE PIONEER Entered as second class matter at tlw postaifke at Ross, Teiaa Act of Marcfc 8. 1IW Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Aay erroneous reflection upo* the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm. *r corporation watch may appear In tbe ^ columns of this new^per wül he gladly corrected upon being brought Ucking this viewpoint in the 1960 Jt was in ]ine wilh expreMed to tbe attention of the publisher. e]ectloni Since a new jaw moves KDtimenu of th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

ition liare I de Iren. the the aged in a pted "Danger" Areas Of Vacation Seasea Noted Summertime is vacation time! Throughout the year the family has been making plans, marking maps, and revising the itinerary The annual vacation provides the one time of the year when the whole family can enjoy life to- gether for any length of time. Af- ter waiting and working a whole year, your vacation should be a joyous occasion, the big event ofi the year, and the one that you can remember and discuss for the com ing year. In addition to fun a vacation provides a few pitfalls to be avoid- ed. To be sure of a lasting, plea- sant memory rather than one of tragedy or at the least one of loss, some precautions must be taken. There are three main areas of danger associated with vacations. These are: (1) Danger on the high- ways (2) Danger of fire in tiie home and (3) Danger of burglary of the home. By using the word "danger," we are not attempting to incite fear but merely to en- courage reason and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 1é. im news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Exchange Wedding Vows In St. Matthews Church Friday evening, July 10th at Mrs Myers Curtis at the organ eight o'clock in the evening in For her wedding Mrs Massey the sanctuary of St. Matthews chose a designer's gown of pale Church at Houston, Mrs Ruby grey linen lare In slender sil Masse}- and Rev F Clyde Wood houette, it had a "V" decolletage, ward exchanged vows of marriage and the elbow length sleeves were Rev. Myers Curtis, rhurch pas- accented by grey glace gloves The tor, and close friend of the couple, skirt was intermission length. A officiated at the double ring cere loop detail of grey and pink silk mony in the presence of a small taffeta marked Ihe waistline. With group of friends and relatives it she wort u veiling coif in match Altar flowers were pastel pink mg color Completing the ensern- glads, and golden candelhra held ble was her corsage of pale pink pastel pink cathedral tapers Pre orch...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

i Maydelle Newt by Mr*. Minnie CoDMt Mrs. Bill Duncan of Palestine visited Mrs. Elsie Fondren Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Killion and son of Rusk visited in the Sam Killion home Sunday. Melvin Ferguson, wife and baby and Don Ferguson accompanied Mrs. Melba Stewart and baby to her home in Selma, Ala., Friday after a 3 weeks visit here with re- latives. Miss Dixie Ford and Mrs. Retilla Ball were shopping in Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Sam Ezell is visiting her son, Phil Edd and wife in Corpus Christi this week. Mrs. Edna Bingham and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Choate of Rusk visited Mrs. Retilla Ball Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fondren of Houston visited his mother, Mrs. Sena Fondren Tuesday. Mrs. Flaura Sherman returned home Saturday from the Nan Travis Hospital where she had been a patient for several weeks. Mrs. Edna Lusk is on the sick list this week. Mr. Irving Cellum visited his mother, and sister here Sunday, Mrs. Mattie Cellum and Mrs. Hay- den Luper and Mr. Luper. Rev. Al...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE * JULY 16, m* Engagement of Miss Carol Dowdy and Lt. Forrest Roberts Is Announced Mr. and Mrs John Dowdy of Athens, Texts, and Washington, D C. announce the engagement of their daufhter. Carol Sue, to Lt RUSK VISITORS Mrs H. W. Holmlin and sons David and Eric of Scotch Plain, New Jersey are visiting her Uncle and Aunt Mr. and Mrj, Minton Maseley Mr Holmlin accompanied his family here returning home after several days visiting with Mr and Mrs Moseley Forrest Earle Roberts. Jr, USA, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The bride-elect is a graduate of Athens High School and attended the College of William and Mary. Williamtburg, Va. where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gam- ma Lt. Roberts is the son of Mr and Mrs Forrest Earle Roberts, Sr, of Carthage, Texas He is a grad uate of Carthage High School and Texas A & M College A December wedding is planned. Everyone Knows That It's Good Business to finance your new car at low bank interest rates. For prompt loans, with monthly re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

ida y rick, 'fail- haw and ¡ting íiels I jB f/e COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life is A Happy Lift JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 9116 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated & Other Trucking Naads 130 W. Larissa Phone 9305 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints Phono S317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa Phono 2-8206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. Savings and Home Loans JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Hubert Glass (Consigno*) JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS CHEROKEE NURSING HOME With Our Compliments Tyler Hwy. Phone 4157 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS O. L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERV...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

i PACE • THE CHEROKEEAN JULY U. 1W Second Semester Starts Tuesday At Lon Morris J~VILL£—Approximately ninety- five students registered at I n Morris College Monday rooming for the second semester of sum- mer school, according to Miss I.x>t tie Williamson. She also reported that some had dropped out but that new students kept the total at about the same figure. There is a small number of dormitory students with the larg est group commuting from Pales- tine and Rusk There are fourty- GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS HENRY'S JEWELERS Pttooe MU X464S Rusk. In. Brother Of Local Man Dies Monday Funeral services were held at 3 pm Wednesday, July 15th for Krank H. Smith at Jasper. Texas Mr. Smith died at his home in Baton Rouge. Louisiana, Monday He is survived by his wife, one son, mother, Mrs. (' W. Smith of Jasper; and two brothers, Har- old of .Jasper and Homer Smith of Rusk Arrangements were under the direction of Stringer Funeral Home eight students from Jacksonville Two students are from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

9 Hound . . . Town WitA diaundaHoul "Pop" Carsey, formar Ru*k'rte, visited The Cherokeean office Monday afternoon. Roundabout ne- glected asking him how long it had been since he'd visited here, but it must have boon a number of year, judging from his comments. A band director, turned linotype operator, Carsey is still in Bryan, the city he moved to, after leaving Rusk. He and his family have maintained strong friendships with a number of Rusk citizens, and Mrs. Carsey is planning to stay a few days in our city . . . LIFE IS TOUGH sometimes for the bravest of us, and little Bran- da Dickerson is getting an early lesson . . . Her daddy, Dick Dick- erson (Beell Bros.) is on vacation, and of course that meant a spe- cial time for Branda, who unfor- tunately became ill, and is now in Rusk Memorial with a virus .. . and if being sick while on vaca- tion isn't bed enough, yesterday (Tuesday) was her birthday . . . But many of her friends dropped by to wish hvr happy "4th birth- day" greet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

|;¡ ■ a i ml I HELP RUSK GROW Win Up To *1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY Lo««l citizen* art the key to building their town. This i« • proven fact. If a town i* to grow and prosper, its cifiiens in all walks o4 life, must work toother ta build their town. L. S. Paine, head of the Industrial Research Department of This AAM College, gave an outline of what industry looks for in • tov?w. Rusk qualifies on every on* of the following 11 points. Here's what Industry Look* For: 1. Clean, progressive looking city. 2. Suitable sites. 3. Raw materials and labor supply. 4. Favorable tax structure. 5. Good utilities (Electric, gas and phone) 6. Recreational facilities. 7. Adequate trading confer. I. Good churches and ach«ols. 9. Hospitals and Professional Services. 10. Housing 11. Oo<nj newspaper. The Editors of the Cherokeean will explain the above points in detail in the next 10 weoks. Ifs our belief that If we can get t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

Selling Services For Best Results FOR SALE read and use thf Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfc-32 FOR RENT FOR SALE: 1956 25 HP Evinrude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and• trailer. Four life jackets. Price, j $550. Real Bargain' Call MU 3- 4605, Rev. Elweod Birkelbach. tfc 50 FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. I will furnish plan:, ura specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle Rusk. tfc-26 Surplus Specials Flashlight Batteries 10c House Paint $2.95 Cots *4.95 up Tool Boxes 35c up Boating and fishing equipment. Tool and tarpaulins. Surplus Sales 107 W. Rusk Jacksonville i NATIONWIDE RENTAL TRAIL- \ ERS, AMERICA'S LARGEST. SUM- FOR RENT: 4 room unfurnished MERS OIL COMPANY tfc-4 apartment in Bonner Park. All conveniences. PH. MU 3-4880. J. SALESMAN DRAWING ACCOUNT H. Forster. tfc-52 $150.00 WEEKLY, AGE 24 • 32: Salary of $100 per week plus hotel FOR RENT: Unfurnis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 13. "i* BURGLARY WEEK 4 thota by S*att. Hrmbwk and Co BLACK AND WHITE ANT) A COAT OF TAN -that tU way the dfx/rtsv-f ir utory is written this Summer The «un pro vid* the coat of golden tan, Nature ntpplie* the backdrop of brilliant color against which tbe player " parade in staccato blat'k-and white Thia theme rurw through all of Hummer fn*h ion*—black-and-white rules tlie city «ene, the party «ene. the travel *cer>e, U*>, but nowhere ia it more effnetive than in the busy separate in which young America live* nr.i' plays Whether •«lid black teami with «olid white, or bl<•! 'i*"l pattern* on white lead *u lit i v ir; in f h 'h if mav f I ¡I.rt < r i nt there'* no doubt that >■ THE MAGIC OF MACAROONS! Tbe "magic" of macaroon* lie* in the fact that they call for only two basic ingredients: flaked coconut and sweetened con- densed milk. And - they're EAHY to make , . . wonderful to eat . . . and are the perfect accompaniment for ice cream, pudding or a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

nal ick* and of hey Youth-Led JSTA Urges n;| i Passage Of Revival Is Tax Plan Set, August IN THIS NUCLEAR AGE CD's a Vital Part of Farm Safety August 9th has been set as the date for the summer Youth-Led Revival to begin at first Baptist Church in Rusk, according to Jim Bob Griffin, youth director. Rev. and Mrs. John LaNoue, husband and wife team, of the First Baptist Church at Kirkland, Texas, have accepted the invitation to be here in revival August 9th through 16th. Rev. LaNoue will preach for the twice daily services, 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., and his wife will add to the meeting with testimonials and special music. John Paul Watson will sene as general chairman of this revival. All committees have been ap- pointed, and preparations for the annual series of meetings are well underway. During the Revival, the young people of the church will meet at 1:30 each afternoon for visita- tion. "We are urging our entire church membership to support the young people in their efforts to serv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 6 JULY 22, 1>59 news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county To Be Married August 15 To Be Wed At Reklaw Sept. 26 What Rusk Folks Are Doing Mrs H W Hoimitn is vuitine Miss Mona Wiiman at Dalia* this week, Mrs Holmlin and sons David and Eric of Broofcside, N>w Jersey are spending several weeks here with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Minton Moseley. The boy re- mained her<* while their mother went to Dallas Mrs. S h Snelhngs and daugh- ter Mrs. H O Johnson of Brady, Mr and Mrs. W R. Shank lex (if Reklaw announce the engage men! and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Alice to Mr fJerald Wayne Pool. The wedding is to be an event of September 26th in the Reklaw Baptist Church at eight o'clock in the evening.! Mr. Pool's parents are Mr. and Mr* h J Pool of Free port, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Rhe« Ault of Rusk announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Rhea to Jerry Paul Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alexander also o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

Circle Hears WMA Report £ j'VTLLE — The Lula Newburn Circle of First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the church with seven members present. Mrs. B. J. Albritton opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. W. J. Weatherby presided over the short business meeting. Plans were made at this time for the regular busi- ness meeting to be held on the fourth Monday of each month. Mrs. Carlton Musick will be in charge of the devotional for this meeting. Mrs. C. R. Meadows gave a re- COFFEE TIME AT 9 at KTLU— 1580 —9— port on the all day meeting held in Mt. Selman July 14 at the ML Selman Baptist Church. The theme i for the Cherokee County District W.M.A. was "The Christian Home." Rev. Richard Encinia, Jacksonville, brought the devotional from Colos- sians 1:9, 10. Mrs. Gordon Ren- shaw, New Summerfield, served as program chairman and introduced . the program by reading from II i Kings 4:8-13. John W. Gregson ' spoke during the worship service. ¡ Ninety-six were present with ten j ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN u • jutv ■ Kiwanions To Meet Dist. Gov. at Tyler Banquet Members of the Texas Oklahoma mittee for underprivileged chil- Dutnct of Kiwanis International dren in 1953 ar.d was lieutenant will honor their district governor, governor of Division 22 in 19M Carlos (Cotton) Clever, and hi* ROUNDABOUT ... TWO FREAK ... (C«r>fim>«d from Page 1) (Cenlinued from Pf« I) miles s«*rt+. of Rusk . .. Accord. * i.de of Highway 06 next to Bill t« the press report, Henderson went info the store operated by Ltndrum end after eKchanging a few words, he hit him in the heed Meet In Club Assembly with e hammer eight or nine times and then robbed him o# $75. Henderson wes caught in Alto. wife at a banquet in the grand ball- room of the Carlton Hotel in Tyler the evening of August 3 Blake Campbell of Palestine, lieutenant governor of Division 14. will be master of ceremonies for the occasion and a number of Ki- vranians from Rusk are expected to attend Clover, a resident of Odessa, is, a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

Letter FROM The Editors What Happened To Johnny's Gun? TFB Approves Long List Of Suggestions Who disarmed Johnny R«b. the young fellow who stands atop the Confederate monument and stares at the Piggly Wiggly store? The editors want to know, and a few inquiries thus far have resulted in the monotonous re- sponse, "I didn't know he lost his gun!" Technically speaking, he hasn't lost all his gun. He still has two- thirds of the butt and about eight inches of the muzzle left. He's got such a grip on the latter part that no Yankee could pry it loose without taking a couple of Rebel hands. As a monument to gallant Con- federate soldiers, young Johnny cuts an impotent figure. From a distance you can't be sure if he is holding a military discharge with both hands or if it's a new- type Confederate cudgel with a secret bottom end. YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that know what happened. They took, a picture of the monument to be used with an altogether s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 1 JU«-V 23, 1959 The Cherokeean TBXAS (¿TRESS ejASSOCIATION IMCTIHLMG BUT THE TRLTH fcy Andi f959 ÉSTABL.i^PO JWCT i, l#4/ AS THE PIONEEh Entered m second eiass maltet at the post office at Ruaa. Tex * Wider Act of March 3- 187# 2B,000 ve as-old r dozen B'ZON MEAT, DISCOVERED IN ALASKA, WAS FOUND TO 3E STILL EDIBLE ¡(if. Columbia ¿Jnlvtrt'iy, N.V.) E H. WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflect upot, the cbaratter. «tariUm*. or repu tation of any person, firm, or corpor Awn wnich may appear in the diurna of this neu>f per will be glaoly corrected upon being brou¿M 'he attention of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES Si* Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out oí County *1 75 83 00 $2 25 $4 00 une xcat um 'u _ * ClaMlfW *nd Cards of Thank chared for at the rata of U per word. Cherokeean Editorials Foolin' Burglnrs There' no doubt the Tex a. Police ...

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