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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1927

WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WOPKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROK "E COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. TUCKS!) \V. O J' !.)27 VOL. 'J. No. i7 Commissioner' Court Back From Meeting. Character Witnesses In New Phone Comnpany Light Service Now IVxan in France Sells The R C. Enrollment Tom Hill Case Excused Has Advanced Ideas. Using "High Line. ' Pillow Tops To Legion. Exceeds Expectations Our County Judge and the three members of his Court, who were in attendance at the meeting of the State Association of County Judges and Commissioners, held at San Antonio, are all back and looking fine. Judge Bolton and Commission- er Williams got in Saturday niuht having been delayed somewhat, by rains and bad roads. Commissioners Butler and Mar- tin did not get in until Monday. f as they were starting home the repcht came that arevolution had broken out in Old Mexico, and having missed the Tunney- Dempsey fight they too...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1927

PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ADDITIONAL LOCAL J. O. Coupland was among the Rusl< visitors to the Tyler Fair, Friday. Thos. Parker of Zava'ln, one of the stock holders in the chain of j ! Parker Bros. Variety Stores was Mr. and Mrs. Frazer Guinn, and Miss Kale Guinn attended the Tyler Fair, last Thursday. a business visitor first of the week. in Rusk, the Jas. I, Perkins and Leo Tosh made a professional trip to Alto, Tuesday. Mrs Bidd Stanley and daugh- ter, Miss Letha, and Mrs. Ed- wards, of Alto, were Tuesday visitors in Rusk. John Shattuc-k and Gene Haw-1 kins went to the Tyler Fail-, on Children'* J>iy." thinking tlie.y could get in free, but sot turned i down. A farmer finally passed i them in on a load of watermelons Rev. R. E. Hooker preached to the Presbyterian congregation, at Brunswick, last Friday even- ing. J. C. Morrow of Bowling Green, Kentucky, accompanied by Jim King of Alto, attended last weeks meeting of Rusk Masonic lodge. Mr. Morrow formerly lived at Alto. M...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1927

THE BUSK CfcLEKOKEEAN PAGE THREE JUST RECEIVED Big Shipments of All Kinds of Dry Goods, Sweaters Work Clothing and Shoes ALSO CAR FLOUR and FEED Extra High Patent Flour..... $1.85 Chanceller, the Very Highest grade..$1.90 GET MY PRICES ON All Your Needs JOE B. COPELAND East Side Public Square Rural School Banquets. onvi'lo; .Jim H. Thomas, 'reein< t No. -H Fall and Winter Gardens -Plant Them Now- PLANT Turnips, Mustard, Lettuce, (!al>ba«e, (,'ollards. Spinach, Radish, and a number of other table varieties. Onion Sets and Seed PR A RL YELLOW—BERMUDA Plant early while seasons are right. let the plant* be well rooted when winter comes. MOSELEY DRUG STORE CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. RUSH, TEXAS OWNERS OF THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN CHEROKEE COUNTY We keep our records up to date. Instruments filed in tho County Clerk's office yesterday are index- ed in our ofiice this morning. If you need an abstract and want one that will be accepted by any examiner in the state, see us. \ W. H. H...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1927

TEE RUSK CHEROKEE AN The Rusk Cherokeean Our idea of an accommodating | caterer was exemplified by a fel- A weekly newspaper published every i lo ho n a restaurant and Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee) County, Texas. I confectionery in a small West "" ~ i Texas town. One day when he II'O. WARD, Editor und Publisher j w-as half drunk (his normal Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub j condition) a fellow came in and Office Phone 316 | asked if he had any popcorn. He | replied, "No, but just sit down, Sntered^as secjand-cIfas^jnatter.^July ancj J-"! pop you some. o- 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, i Twtas, under the Act of March S, i 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ou Year % l-j>0 Six Montibe Three Months An English judge granted 110 divorces in one minute. That's going faster than we can shape up the "eternal triangle" in this country. o A Ken tuck paralitic and a one- armed man came to blows while arguing over the Tunney-Demp- sey go. This is one tight that was probably on the squ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1927

• *'% "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Will Armstrong, of Alto, was a Husk visitor Tuesday. A nice lineof FRESH VEGETABLESat all times, at Jay's. R. C Barker of Dallas, was in Rusk, Tuesday. E. 13. Musiok |made a business trip to Tyler, yesterday. The best Tea for Ice Tea—Lipton's In- dia Ceylon Orange Pekoe, and Jay has it A. M. Jordan, of Reklaw, was over Friday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Hush Lester vis- j ited in Jacksonville' Thursday. [ The best in Salad Dressings, Sauces, Relishes, you w:" find them at Jay's- Dr. Barrett of Gallatin, was a visitor in our city, Saturday. J. P. Wightman of Shreveport, was a business visitor here last Friday. Elmer Cowan, of Jacksonville, was a visitor in the county seat, last Friday. KILKO —kills fles, mosquitoes, roaches ants, etc. Jay has it. Rev. Terry Wilson, of Hender- son, was a welcome visitor here, last Friday. J. ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1927

THE HUSK CHEROKEEAN •&&&??*.y:.^; FEW NEW FEATURES FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AT TEXAS STATE FAIf l/P Here are twenty-five of the fift> lew features (mostly free) whici iiave been prepared for your enter tainment at the 1927 State Fair oi Texas, October 8 to 23: Free menagerie of wild animals. Polo games every other day. Free Six new exit gates for your con- venience. The largest phonograph In the world. Free. Big league football games every Saturday afternoon. Daily exhibition of Mr. McElwyn in his special stable. Free. Thirteen days of fast horse racing, with at least five races a day. Hog-calling contest for the Texas- gold medal championship. Free. The largest Jersey Prize Cattl. Show ever held in the world. Free. The most comprehensive Poultrj Show ever offered in the Southwest Free. Special free shows in Expositior. Hall, Industrial Hall and Automobile Buildings. The best collection of blooded live- stock ever assembled at any State Fair. Free. Parades, pageantry an...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

mm j ; | • -. * .yc THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL m Q Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. TIH'KSDW. OCT. I . h2" WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKFE COUNTY VOL. 9. No. ]8 Gas Franchise And Bond Now On File. Dividend Coming To New High School The Dixie Gas & Fuel Com- pany, of Houston, which recently applied for and was granted a| Jim Mitchell Estate. The receiver of the Commercial Guaranty State Bank of Long- view, which closed its doors ,Sep- franchise to install and operate a | timber 26, 1926, has announced natural gas utility in the town of j that he is ready to pay all depos- Rusk, has filed its acceptance and itors of record a dividend ol 30 a $1,000.00 bond co ditioned up- j Per cent onTheir proven claims, on its fait fully carrying out the; rhe president oi this bank, at obligations imposed upon it by the time ol its collapse, was act Building In Sight. The Highway Warrant Judgme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

4,: • THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■> .. •• i W^r. I 17 ".v the Cut of_ You^CIothes [hat Counts Crisp October Breezes Bring Thoughts of I. & S. BINC and KORREKT CLOTHES •| US. BING CHOTHES TO 5471 ^^WVWW fir TTi ' iM.rr" rrr v iff?i- #'•' And Other AI Wool Two Pants SUITS S22.S0 TO $37.50 Suits in the most desired Fall Styles and Fabrics, featuring the Three Button Design. Top Coats Equally as Desirable in Style and Fabrics. STETSON and WILLARD HATS In Fall's Snappy Styles STETSON HATS- $8.00, $9.00 8c $10.00 WILLARD HATS— 33.75, $5.00 & $6.50 Ready-to-Wear Dresses and Coats Direct from Eastern Manufacturers. The very latest and most stylish. The Standard and most durable made, both pull- on and coat styles. $4.45 to $12.50 Silk Dresses $18.50 to $34 75 Wool and Jersey Sport Dresses $12.50 to $24.75 Coats in All New Colors and Most Approved Styles $18.50 to $69.50 COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR LINE WILLIAMS BROTHERS Rusk's New and Finest Store South Side, East Corner IPF F'SE HAS "W. v;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

TUB BUSK r.HBROiriiBaw PAGE THREE :?s JUST RECEIVED Big Shipments of All Kinds of Dry Goods, Sweaters Work Clothing and Shoes ALSO CAR FLOUR and FEED HOME PATRONAGE Sheriff'* No. IOIL'O Sale—Real Esate The Lufkin Telephone Exchange ! The State of Texas, is preparing to have printed a new telephone directory, and is manifesting a reverse proposition on patronizing home industries. Notwithstanding the fact that thereare two splendidly equipped job printing establishments loc- County of Cherokee: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That by virtue of a certain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable Dis- trict Court of Cherokee County, of the .'iOth. day of August, 1by A. M. Vining, Clerk of said District Court for the sum of Six Hundred and "I agree with George White that Luckies are the best" Said Flo Brooks to Lou Holtz while waiting for their cue to appear in " Manhattan Mary." Extra High Patent Flour . _ $1.85 Chanceller, the Very Highest grade..$ 1.90 GET MY PRICES ON All Your Needs JOE B. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

FOUR RUSK CHEROKEEAN I ' . ' " San Souci Club Entertahii d. ■ Rusk College Loses Out At Nacthitoches MODEL MARKET. Mrs. Harmon Ste\ens was lios-1 teas to the San Souci Club lustj Wednesday at. her I'.onie on Lone Oak Street. The rooms were gay with beautiful roses and Arkansas, i earn on it own grounds other cut flowers. Five ! iast Saturday, bv a score of 7 to were arranged for playing bridge t ^ A business session was held It served them right—they had with Mrs. H. O. Ward, presiding,: no j)ugjnesg mjxjng Up with an prior to the playing of the games aggregation living in a town with and two new members were add- a nam0 Uke that one If they had ^0* If :?v i :i m ed to our list, Mrs. Ed Summeis won they couldn't tell anybody, and Mrs. John Parks. or even write home who it was Mrs. Stevens was assisted in or even write they had defeated. The next game will be played here tomorrow, with Burleson College. entertaining by her sister, Mrs. Earl Dixon, and they served a most appetizing sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

F - v$m.. i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN m PAGE FIVE 4i Personal Items "S y It Witb Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pat plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. J. Li. Evans of Huntsville, was here last week, visiting ralatives. The best in Salad Dressings, Sauces, Relishes, you will find them at Jay's- Mrs. Birdie Compton visited with friends in Ponta, Sunday. Mrs. Boone, of Tyler, is visit- ing her daughter, Mrs. E S Ei- win KILKO —kills fles, mosquitoes, roaches ants, etc. Jay has it. Miss Morton, of iC raft, visited her aunt, Mrs. J. .J. Bolton, the first of this week- Attorney W. O. Seale, of Luf- kin, was a business visitor in our city, last Saturday. The best Tea for Ice Tea—Lipton's In- dia Ceylon Orange Pekoe, and Jay has it Dr. E. NT, Moseley made a bus- iness trip to Dallas, the last of last w^ek. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mussie- white, of Lufkin, spent the week end here with relatives. ■ ■ A nice line of Evaporated Frni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

Tiiiii'ni v-'*iWtiS3efi&6 The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. H' O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-claas matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act ot March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Monthi. -75 Three Months .40 !' Those were really good, old days when one neighbor woman asked anoiher how she was mak- ing it, and got the quick reply, "basque and skirt./ o Some men think that having to stay at home and mind the baby, while the wife has an evening off, is about the limit, but as between that and going to a "42 party" we choose the kid. Alone with it you have but one brainless unit with which to contend, and have a chance to vent your feelings. o It costs as much today to buy j When you have reached that a reserved seat at a circus as it stage in life where, when the big used to require to take the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN SPIN YARNS OF ' §i Veterans Gathered at Ccn- vention Tell Stories of Frontier Days. Sr. Joseph, Indian llfiliti.ii: 00 years ago of National Mo.—Colorful tales of ; in I lie West more tliim marked llie convention Indian War Vetewins r-( which concluded lu re recently. A stor.v of liow tieu. George Crook, noted Indian fighting commander of the old West, circumvented army reg- ulations and killed an Indian was told by John F. .Miihony, seventy eight, years old, of I'rescott. Ariz., one of the plainsmen attending the con- vention. This story had never heen posted in nrmy records, Mr. Maliony said, and had not been told since the general's death. "In the spring of 1^71 a hunch of Mohaves jumped a stagecoach out of Wifketihurg, Ariz., and killed tlv. persons, ail hut two of the passen- gets." Mr. Maliony recounted. "No- body knew who the Indians were, but Genera! Crook set about to find out. "A powwow of the Mohaves was -ir ranged—they were supposed to he o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1927

(V Zr W*i> I ■Sr*. PAGE EIGHT RUSK CHEROKEEAN JH-t-OO-aa-O Billionth of an !nc:i ? May Now Be Measured New York — Ait instrument which measures a billionth ot tin ilicit or ti millionth of a de- gree of temperature is exhibited g by tlie lu ll Teieplipife Inborn- cv tories. It is tlie recently per- 2 fected development ol 1'. 1'. > Ciofti and was constructed to measure tlie minute contrae- tions and expansions which S wires ol' different composition 3 undergo when they are magnet- $ Ized. The Clolli instrument Is ap- proximately 1UU times more sensitive than the interserome- ter, which employs wave lengths of light for measuring pur- poses. A change of one-thou- sandth part of a degree is ft sufficient to cause a spark to S race across the measuring S scale. SANTO DOMINGO COLUMBUS LIGHT TO AID NAVIGATORS I. Memorial to Great Ocean Navigator May Become Aerial Beacon for Aviators. Washington.—The Faro de Colon, or Columbus light, projected for erection at Santo Domingo as an imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

r #> i The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. TIIt'HSD \Y, 0<T 2 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKTE CO" J NT Y VOL. 0. So. 19 T. C. & It. CO. MEETING The annual meeting of the of- ficials and directors of the Tex- as Crate & Basket Company was h id a - the local offices, Tuesday, October 18th. The present board of directors and other officials were re-elected. The liiscal year ending Septem- ber 30th., was very satisfactory, and prospects for the continued growth of this institution are en- couraging. Among those attending the meeting were the following: E. B. Hayes of Marshall, Pres- ^kident: W. C Tierce, of Marshall, (^Treasurer; Hobart Key. of Mar- shall, Secretary; A. M. Cleveland Plymouth, Ind., Vice President; A. C. Adams, of Jacksonville, Al- bert Tierce, of Marshall, Walter Verhalen. of Dallas JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT VOTES ROAD SONDS j COTTONBE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

MS§: I!. PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Talking About CLOTHING That's One of Our Specialties and We Handle the Celebrated Line of / I. & S. BING CLOTHING \ The Niftiest, Most Durable and Reasonably Priced on the the Market, including Their EXCLUSIVE LINE OF TOP COATS. , 1 HATS— Worth Mentioning m There is no hat made that can be mentioned in the same breath with the i| CELEBRATED STETSON—and we have them in the very latest styles. Uf Also STETSON GLOVES for both ladies and men. B Bradley Models, the Sweater of Service. Ready-to-Wear We have some difficulty in keeping our line stocked up, so popular has it proven, and a're compelled to order by wire from Eastern markets. A new shipment arrives almost every day. For the Seasond's Demands and your own satisfaction, come and see Our Marvelous Stock. WILLIAMS BROTHERS Rusk's New and Finest Store South Side, East Corner H Cbelc Notice of Application for Order of theTownof Uusk< inChe4okeeCounty> C ! r p i p Texas, at which time al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

!* ^Sf$v.e . - TBS PAGE THREE sr? — FREE DEMONSTRATION B(«-U.i.WT.Oir. October 28th & 29th Rusk Hardware & Undertaking Co. Rusk, Texas A factory representative will demonstrate the remarkable qualities and many uses for this wonderful] new finish, adapted for brush application in a variety of popular colors and stains. Come in and see how easy it b tc apply—how quickly it dries. Bring in a small article and have it finished free of cha\. ;S Dressing table botttle containing-8 full ounces encased in Black and Gold Box the most beautiful of containers, with ft lack Ground Glass Stopper. The Most Popular In the World Today $3 An Ounce that is nothing for genuine Narcissus I'erfnme in fashionable shops at Palm Beach, Newport and Fifth Avenue, and it is the one Perfume that is in most demand everywhere. To know BERTA'E Narcissus is to love it. That is why we offer to you this prize tlacon for so small amount to try for yourself, to let you discover that it is jnst the Perfume you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

Rusk Lady I Honored, Mrs. Geo. Huston, of this city, who is a member of the Nacog- doches unit of the D. A. R, BUILDING A REAL MODERN GREENHOUSE. Mrs. T. H. Sinftletary Making Improvements. Mrs. Lee Ross, our pioneer and was popular florist, who always keeps recently chosen by that organiz-1 right to the front with every ad- ation, as a delegate to the State vanced idea and improvement in Convention, which meets in Fort her line is branching oat again. Worth, November 1, 2 and 3. This time Mrs. Ross is building Mrs. Huston is undecided about a moden greenhouse on the site going, but her many friends hope of her floral gardens. This new she will attend. structure which parallels her op- i ating rooms, is 14x28 feet in size, To keep abreast of the times, and to meet the demands of her patrons for the choicest products in her line, Mrs. T. H. Singletary the south side florist, is coristruc- ing a right up-to-date and very attractive green house for use in her flower conservatory. The n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

> i I^rsonal V - mi'■ Timiif m ■■'■ THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN "Say >lt With Flower*." Say "it with oun. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. WANTED: AN AGENT in the Town of Rusk, an ayent to rep- resent one of the best Texas compan- ies, the Amicable of Waco. Free trip to Colorado, next August, for those who qualify, If interested see or write, J. P. McGown, General Agent, Box > )>, J > n vi lie.Texas Warren Bailey of Houston, was here last week on business. J. B. Singletary of Alto, was here Saturday on business. American Beauty Fiour—the BEST, at Jay's. Miss Jessie Boone went to Mabank last week for a visit to relatives. Rev. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bond, Mrs. J. P. Gibson and daughters, Misses Mae and Ruth, and Mrs. H. O. Ward, at- tended the preaching services at the Presbyterian church at Brunswick last Sunday night. Mrs. Mattie Clark of Troup visited her daughter, Mrs. H.H. Pfarr, here l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

I i. THE BUU CHEROKEEAN Rusk Cherokeean SCALLOPS AND ETON JACKET ACHIEVE A YOUTHFUL STYLING Your tongue tells when you need And vou will have to get Fixed up for It. WE ARE FIXED TO FIX YOU UP lotab a TFtADe: MARK REO. H Si ■i. SIX A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texaa. v H" O. WAH1), Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pul Oflicr Phone 31B Entered as second-clp-ss matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoftiee at Rusk, I Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. |- SUBSCRIPTION RATES: _ • One Year * Six Months • '& Three Months -40 . A desire to lish is no true si:4ii1 oi.laziness, as people pretend to. believe. Some men are too l.iry ! to bait a hook or disengage a after it is booked. j One reason that Henry Ford is so slow about bringing out that new model car is to give us all a chance to pay for the one wo got along in the spring. I W; taasj?..-- Coated io:'i -r ue, dry mouth, had breath, muddy skin, gro; "' ' n -s and s...

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