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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

■■■ yty" ' .'. '' # ' '•"■ . 8$,■ ■■■!.; • j • ' •,: THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ! I i aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Ramsey Milholland 1 By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doiibleday, Patfo £■ Company 1111 (: i! n 1111111 u e 1111:111 z: 11111!: ■ 111! 11:111 .• 11::: 1111 ii i: 111 i: 11:11111:1111 i 11 ii 1111) 1111 e i; 11 ■ ri 11) 1111:11111; 1111111:111:111111111 i; 1111! 111 > 111 i 1111 n CHAPTER XII.—Continued. —15— Ramsey looked dodged. "I'm not goin' around always urKUin' about everything when m-gulii' would just hurt people's feelings nbout something they're all excited about, and wouldn't do a hit o' good in the world—and yon know yourself Just talk hardly ever settles anything so 1 don't—«" "Aha!" Fred cried. "1 thought so! Now j ou listen to me—" "I won't. 1—" But at tnis moment they were Inter- rupted, Someone slyly opened a door, and a snowball deft...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

v "'V'v •' • :<<i,y > , - - •* >: • • \%f y ~ r |§||1| |p''• r .v^ . - • \ f When you make your visits to Rusk there is one point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY TO EAT at Bauer's. We serye Regular Meals. Merchants Lunches, Short Orders, and at this season ot' the year OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. C. & W. BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. ==*8 They're Very Popular You know Heinz goods, 57 varieties, as the best of their lines produced anywhere. The standard of quality is represented when you say "One of the 57." We carry these goods and have theip for your use on any and all occasions. The standard of our store is represented thus: We carry goods of just such high standing as HEINZ and you can rely upon what you order from our store. We handle STONE'S CAKES. Get them fresh from the maker and keep them in their special container in which they retain their goodness and freshness for a long time. See Us for Groceries, Fruits and Produc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922 NO. 48 Who Gets the Money? On June 20th the Cherokeean is going to give away a lot of money to those who successfully solve the Bee-Hive puzzle which the Cherokeean is printing this week. We want you to look up this picture and then get busy as you can surely win some easy money by solving the picture puzzle and getting the big list of names of items found in that pic- ture, if they begin with "B." You will have a lot of fun doing this and it will pay you well. When you look at the picture you will be surprised at the great number of items you see there that begin with "B" and if you will write them down and then go over the picture again and work it closely you will find some more. Then take it more care- fully and go over it and you cer- tainly will be astonished at the ones you pick up. It's easy! Why just see: Boy, Bat. Ball, Bee, Boat, Basket, and, Oh, just so many of them. If you want to stimulate yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

*C: V-""- ' '' we wages of 400,000 employes NEXT DECISION WILL HIT HALP MILLION WORKERS IN THE 8HOPS. epitomized news of especial interest ABOUT $48,000,000 A YEAR Three Labor Members of Railway Wage Board Join in Dissenting Opinion. Chicago. HI—The wages ot ap- proximately 400,000 railroad main- tenance of way employes and com- mon laborers around railroad shops are cut from 3c to 5c an hour iu a decision made public Sunday by the United States Railroad Labor Board The reduction, the Board's figures show, will reduce railroad pay rolls about $48.000.000 annually. The cut averages 13 2 per cent ot present wages for these classes. This is the lirst decision of the Board dealing with the railroad wage .question It wil be followed In a few days by other decisions which will make reductions in wages of 60.000 skilled shop workers, and about 200.000 clerks, lelegraphers, station employes and other small classes The train service classes will not be affected. The decision handed down Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN BaothTafkiri^toii Illustrations by / , jCopyright.fcy Doubleday, Parje & Company. CHAPTER XIII.—Continued. —16— lie seemed to wish to speak, to /lenve with speech tluit «l<*cljti« <I to lie spoken iinil would not rouse up from liis Inwards. Finally he uttered words. "I—I—well. I—" "Oil, I know," she said. "A man—■ fir a hoy!—aiways hates to lie Intrud- ing Ids own convictions upon other men. especially in a case like this, where lie might he afraid of some idiot's thinking him unmanlike. Hut Ramsey—" Suddenly she hroke off and looked at him attentively ; his dis- comfort had become so obvious that suspicion struck her. She spoke sharp- ly. "Ramsey, you aren't dreaming of doing such a tiling, are you?" "What such a thing?" "Fred hasn't influenced you, tins he? You aren't planning to go with him. are you?" "Where?" "To join the Canadian aviation." "No; I hadn't thought of doing it." Siie sighed again, relieved. "1 had a queer feeling about you just then— ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year - - $1.50 # Six Mouths • - .t" Three Months - - -40 This paper stops at expiration of subsi tion. No paper "forced" on Mnyone. Entered as second-class matter July HI. 919, at the postoftice at Uu*k. Tex a*. unflvr he Aet of March 3, 1879. i Matter intended for publication should be •lgned. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. For Congressman, Secind Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For District Attorney: W. E. DONLEY of Cherokee County. F. P. MARSHALL of Nacogdoches County. W. B. BATES Re-election, 2nd Term. For Representative 26th District: REV. J. P. LANE For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM, JOE G. SUMMERS For County Judge: J. J. BOLTON FRANK B. GUINN For County Attorney: M. C. (Jake...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

™ BEE r ^-. <v- ■ ■' - •*■■■*.■ •• •■•■:-■*•■ :?.-■ ■■■■■ hmhhb * v • 3$ k * %- ' p r h|| ■ ■ ii ■ liiiifii ■ ■ ■ — | 1 ■ Ifr' Cherokeean's Latest Wortl Contest BEE-HIVE PICTURE PUZZLE Open to All Our Readers--Uberal Cask Prizes -i a Find the Objects in this Picture Beginning with the Letter 4tB" 1 & & ruiZ"1' - C«HROKEEAN M5 AUCTION E*AS m *J tV 3afv4a V tail*A V \yz * Tf „ tlii Copyrighted 1022, Li ben li. Lawson, Wil||tiar, Minn/ CONTESTvCLOSES JUNE^20TH, 1922. First Prize... Second Prize. Third Prize... Fourth Prize.. Sixth Prize. If !• I SUhs.Ti}> If ?1 t ion i> sent in on 50 is s< iit subsrri|>- 1 f £3.00 sent witli iit'.s'.ver; 1 r is sunt in willi Ji.li- with iht ;tn- ti n (>!)♦• l :i : f hritlK sw*'i ; out- h;i i 1 sript ion. subscript Ions. $3.00 $5.00 $15.00 $25.00 2.50 4.00 10.00 18.00 .3.00 5.00 10.00 .... 1.50 2.00 3.00 5.00 ____ 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.50 .50 1.00 1.00 2.00 A SPECIAL PUIZE OF §25.00 Will be Paid if \<u Vearly Subscriptions or Equ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

•'.V-f-;: w; .;•• ;fe..^i"> imflm pwl.' ■ . «-.-•; :■ ;• m JMKSP 'V;/''"'- CSV i gnSHBr ■ g£fii / A few Cans left! You can still take advantage of the Big 5c Sale d? prices ^ PHOSPHATE V ESAKIN6 POWDER SOME grocers still have a small supply of the large 12 oz. cans of Dr. Price's at the special price of two cans for 30 cents. If you have not taken advantage of this big money-saving opportunity do so at once The cans bear this special sales sticker on the label: SPECIAL ADVERTISING SALE One 12 oz. can at regular price ... 25 cents One 12 oz. can at special price . . . 05 cents Two 12 oz. cans for ..... 30 cents Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded Remember this baking powder is new slock just from the Price Baking Powder Factory, and every ounce is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. See your grocer at once! Go to your own grocer first and if he is unable to supply you try some other grocer at once. Don t miss this wonderful opportunity to get y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

1 \WWWS Society and Clubs tOXCrs. W. L. vhT.Qrlin, Editor, Phone 69 Large Affair Given by Mrs. Tom Mal- lard and Mrs. Richard iVh'hri Big baskets of sweet p i i., m l nasturtiums were used Wednes- day afternoon to adorn the hos pitable home of Mrs. Tom Mill- iard when she and her daughter, Mrs. Richard Mallard, entertain- ed with a 42 party by Misses Tish Windham, May Smith, Pearl Sloan, Mary Bailey and .VIrs. Antonio. Billie Homes of San Merry Matrons. Mrs. Ralph re played. The games resulted in Mrs. Tabb winning a China n ip- py and Mrs. Homes winn :ig •> beautiful bouquet of sweet peas for consolation in a cut with Mrs. Raymond Vermillion, Mrs. Lee Guinn and Miss Tish Wind- ham. Sandwiches with ice with pansies for favor.-; served. Others than th >se ii.mi • 1 pr.j;- ent were: Mesdames Stanley Tuck" Harmon Stevens, Tom Singleta- ry, Rogers Ray, Bill Thomp.-'ni, Forrest Reagan, Raymond Ver- million, Charles Guinn, 1, I) Guinn, Charles Chapman, E r Wilkerson, Tom Phillips. W....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

Mi THE RUSK CHEROKEBAN HOTHERI Clean Baby's Bowels with "California Fig Syrup" /Zfr} ALLURING DINNER GOWNS; HAPPY MEDIUMS IN HATS WITH n reservation In the matter of length, this handsome dinner gown undertakes to accent the modes Of the season. It is made of crepe de chine and georgette, it takes advan- tage of the continued vogue for head trimmings, the sleeves make the most of their opportunity to lie featured. It affects the last thing in neck lines and the approved low waist lino—hut it is shorter than the lengtli decreed by style arbiters. In this one particu- lar it lags, with plenty of good com- pany, behind the very long skirt eom- Tlw clile small hat arrives early and has many devotees — midsum- mer brings hats with generous brims that compel our adoration, but be- tween them stand bats that strike a happy medium. They go> band in hand with summer the length of its Journey, and mirrors reflect them more often than falls to the lot of these small or large rivals; for the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

.t®m THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Blind and Deaf, She Plays Piano HERE IS THE WATCH CAT Kansas Wonder Girl Is in Class With Helen Keller and Wil- letta Huggins. "FEaS" MUSIC WITH FEET Baking Angel Food and Writing on Typewriter Among Her Other Ac- complishments—Masters Diffi- cult Classical Music. Olnrhe, Kun.—After 25 years In the dim world of those who are sightless, deaf and dumb, Miss Helen May Mar- tin Is finding her way out. She has chosen die least "reasonable" method of expression Imaginable for one so af- llicted. It is music. Before a large audience in the Meth- odist church here, Miss Martin played what Is probably the first piano re- cital in the history of the world o have been given by a person with neither sight nor hearing, it cannot now be said that she is without speech, for she articulates even unfamiliar names accurately and understanding^. The Intricacy of the method by which a person whose sensations are practically limited to those of beat and cold, pain and taste ente...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1922

wm m r When you make your visits to Rusk there is one point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY TO EAT at Bauer'B. We serve Regular Meals. Merchants Lunches, Short Orders, and at this season of the year OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. C. & W. BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. New Time Card. The T. & N. O. have announc- ed the following time card to take effect Sunday, June 4th. Palestine to Dallas train leaves Palestine 8.30 a. m.; leaves Rusk 11.45 a.m.; arrive Dallas 7.15p.m Leaves Dallas 7.15 a. m.; ar- rives Rusk 2.25 p. m.; Palestine 5.10 p. m. Night train leaves Palestine 9 p. m.; Rusk 11.15 p. m"; arrives in Dallas 8.50 a. m. Leaves Dallas 7.30 p. m.; ar- rive Rusk 2.40 a. m.; Palestine 5 a. m. They're Very Po You know Heinz goods, 57 varieties, as the best of their lines produced anywhere. The standard of quality is represented when you say "One of the 57." We carry these goods and have them for your use on any and all occasions. The stand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

Mm mSBm The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922 NO. 49 Exercises Are Concluded. The various exercises incident to the closing of the term at Rusk College came to a conclus- ion Tuesday with the commence- ment which was held that morn- ing. Four graduates, Edgar Wise, Chilton Musslewhite, James Jor- dan, and Ardie Harrison, made up the class in the college depart- ment and there were many oth- ers in the various departments of the school; two, Misses Velma Cousins and Aileen Griffin in the piano and voice or fine arts de- partment; three in the business department; five in the academic department. Rev. F. L. H ill of Mt. Pleas- ant delivered the address to the •graduates and President Robin- son presented the certificates and diplomas. On Sunday morning in the M. E. church Rev. Fuller of Athens preached the baccalaureate ser- mon. The church was beauti- fully decorated in the class colors and with a profusion of vines and flowers for the occasion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

TV;".;': i unin up AUTOMOBILE PARTY ■MASKED men IN car get ca8h and jewels and make , escape. VALUABLE BROOCH IS SAVED Robbery Is Staged Near One of Oat Cliff's Busiest Thoroughfares I, Sunday Night, arH IflSi&iil EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST important ^news of the EN- tire week. reduced for busy Readers FOREIGN— A rebellion has broken out among the Hottentots in the Southwest Protectorate ol Africa, says a Reuter dispatch from Cape Town. I llgi; Hp s>«: m V: 'Dallas, Texas.—Staging one of the (boldest holdups in the criminal re- •cords of Dallas, four masked bandits in a small touring car held up and robbed the three occupants of an- other touring car on Jefferson ave- nue near Adams street in Oak Cliff Sunday night about 11:30 o'clock, obtaining two large diamond dinner rings from the single woman occu- pant, $37 and a seventeen-jewel gold ■watch with a diamond set in on the Tear face from one of the men and $5 from the other man. Dave Smith of Fort Worth was drivin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

fftMl' t'WM: THE RUSK CHEROKEBAN Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubleday. Pago & Company 3 ?*IIIIIIIIIIIUI1JI1II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllin CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. — 17— He paused, then chattered briskly on. "Well, there's une good old boy wus with our class for u while, buck "in fresbmun year; I bet we won't see ilim in ui>y good old army! Old rough- neck LlnsUi that you put tiie knob oh itis nose for. Tominie Hopper says lie fcaw hlui last summer in Chicago soap- boxer, yelllu' his head off cussin' every government under (lie sun, but mostly ours and the allies', you bet, and going to run the earth by revolution anil rep- resentatives of unskilled labor immi- grants, nobody that can read or write allowed to vote, except Linski. Tom- inie Hopper says lie knows all about Linski: lie never did a day's work in Ills life—too busy trying to get the "wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

w County, 'LVx W.U.MATON fin omcE t'HONE lor and iPubll«h« ate; SUBSORll'TlON KATES OueYear - * $1.50 Six Months - - %"•'* Three Months • * -40 This paper stops at expitfUMit of sut. «*H;j- tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as ^e0OBd-cin« matter 4'«ly K . 919, at the postoffice at Husk. Texa*, unt.^r he Act of March 3, 1*79. I Matter intended for putiVicution shouUi Ue signed. Address matter tor the newspaper The Rusk Cheroke^an Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce j the following as candidates for. nomination for the office under; which their name appears, subject i to the action of the Democratic \ Primaries. For Congressman, Second Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For District Attorney: W. E. DONLEY of Cherokee County. F. P. MARSHALL of Nacogdoches County. W. B. BATES Re-election, 2nd Term. For Representative 26th District: REV. J. P. LANE For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MITSSLEWHITE For Ta:. Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM JOE G. SUMMERS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

m- 'fpf: .SiEl '$ A C'herokeean's Latest Word Contest HtlVE PICTURE PUZZLE Open to All Our Readers—Liberal Cash Prizes Find the Objects in this Picture Beginning with the Letter "B 99 1 CJ&otiEAK & Tf-*AS m v> J^Y i J Jit 4 jJi PfV-* n. • s- r£u rvv^ Efforts Made To Introduce Wilt- ReiiiUnt Tomatoes. Most of the work with wilt-re- sistant tomatoes in the South, where Fusarium wilt is prevalent, has been successful, and further effort is being made by the Unit- ed States Department of agricul- ture working in cooperation with State agricultural colleges thru county agents to improve the va- rieties of tomatoes grown and in- troduce the wiltless varieties in- to new communities. All the 5 resistant varieties, Marvel, Norton, Columbia, Ar- lington, and Norduke, sent to boys' and eirls' club members have been grown successfully in many localities where regular commercial varieties failed be- cause of wilt. Although these varieties are not immune, they possess enough resistanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

> ■ fes? -i:; MBKhairt«f &:- ">. ■s. ^: '"r •■ ; -■' v--; v -:■ < ife|r5 ••; R i M l'!Wf children td jr night daughter lira. Baxter and family. Mr. $md Mrs. J. R. Keahey vis- ited, vith Mends in Rusk Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moon at- tended church at Atoy Sunday morning. Mr ."and Mrs. D. B. Cummings and children spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keahey. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Keahey. Miss Vallie and Loreace Baxter attended church at Rusk last Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baxter and children spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Tosh and family. Quite a large crowd was out at Sunday School last Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Banks and children spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Banks. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wiggins and children and Mrs. Lizzie Wiggins I attended the funeral of Mrs.) Buck Bowlden at Myrtle Springs i Sunday afternood. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gray and j children attended church at Atoy j last Saturday night and Su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

mi $1 . . - - Society and Clubs JHCrs. IV. L. cTi'faiiin. Editor, Phone 69 C b CHOOL DAljS | ~k Matrons. ie Merry Matons WW Hi were de+j s jhtfully entertained last Tnurs-1 § ly afternoon by Mrs. Bill Phil- = lips tit her home on State street. : = The game of 42 was enjoyed on the breezy east porch of the home. Mrs. Forest Reagan re- j ceived a wi .l chimes for high j score and in catting with Mrs. | R. R. Ray and Mrs. Will Thomp- son, Mrs. Evelyn Watson receiv- i ed a short stem flower vase for consolation. An unusual ly tempting salad course, with fried chicken and ice tea was served J by the hostess and Miss Eliza-■ betli Spinks. The following en-1 joyed this delightful afternoon:' Mesdames Frank Mays, Forrest1 Reagan, Stanley Tucker, Car- lisle Meeks, Raymond Vermil lion, Ralph Lang, Rogers Ray, Ncv Winder, Will Thompson, Ev- elyn Watson, Tom Phillips and Charlie Chapman. REPORTER. ! Eiiii(iiiiiii!iiinn!nn;iiinnir.}iimiiiiiiiu ©DIES SIX j :■% | W ill M. Maupin 1 m " '"niiiiiimif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

V * *T-t'^ *-?T;' -* -V?$ t. ^*?w £ § P rfilS.5ssff.iS SM\P#w <V5i*': • li^lKwifi- 5= *, !•; * •>./ 5SSS!! Your Iron Today? Let's Have Raisin Bread Tonight HOW long since you've had delicious raisin bread—since you've tasted that incom- parable flavor? Serve a loaf tonight. No need to bake it. Just telephone your grocer or a bakery. Say you want "full-fruited bread — generously filled with luscious, seeded, Sun-Maid Raisins." The flavor of these raisins permeates the loaf. A cake-like daintiness makes evel-y slice a treat. Serve it plain at dinner or as a tasty, fruited breakfast toast. Make delicious bread pudding with left- over slices. Use it all. You need not waste a crumb. Raisin bread is luscious, energizing, iron- food. So it's both good and good for you. Serve it ,at least twice a week. Start this good habit in your home today. But don't take any but a real, full-fruited genuine raisin bread. Your dealer will supply it if you insist. Sun-Maid 5ee<wRaisins Make delic...

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