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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 March 1928

■ I •r Ifll me mas. r«BaorBi>M PAGE THEES in ft REMEMBER WE HANDLE. . . DETROIT JEWEL and BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES Designed for Gas. Also EUREKA HOT WATER TANKS. Undertaking Department In this we specialize, with all the demand exacts in most appropriate service. The department is in charge of a regular Licensed Embalmer. W. H. WALLACE CO. Hardware and Undertaking BIG STORE BARGAINS ARE CAMOUFLAGE No. 1182 Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the Farmers and Merchants State Bank iit Gallatin. State of Texas at tlie close of business on the 28 day of February, 1028 published In The Rusk Oherokeean. a newspaper printed and published at Rusk, ytate of Texas, on the 15th day of March. 192*. RESOURCES Loans and discounts undoubtedly «ood, on personal or collateral security. |13.245.10 Loans secured by real estate worth at least twice amount loaned thereon. H86.88 Bonds, stocks and other securities, ------ 2,500.00 Real estate (banking bou* e) 3.411,57 Other real estate 1,8...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 March 1928

in jtfSfcfi* rAGK FOUR V' lk«. if. ■ fe; •> $£ • t i, \ A r I h V I j * I THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦> ♦> ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦> ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦> ❖ «• <•• * *> A <•• • V i ❖ 1 A == ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ t f t T y ❖ t f t v V ❖ ❖ f f ? ? f ? V t % ONE THING SURE WEBKKUT All Our Work with a Reliable Guarantee. Our Word Is As Good As Our Boud B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER And We Are Here With The Sporting Goods *www BASE BALLS, BATS, GLOVES, ETC. The Celebrated "BABE RUTH" "ROGERS HORNSBY" "LOU GEHRIG" and "TY COBB" Bats. BEST MADE ODOM DRUG CO. SAKCO NT WHTEB HEATERS 1 BUY AT HONE4 No. 20 950.00 No. 30 $65.oo No. 40 $80.oo Your Water Stays Hot on a Tiny Pilot Light. LICENSED AND BONDED PLUMBERS ALL EXAMINED BY THE STATE OP TEXAS J. P. GRAUL PLUMBING CO. Telephone 249 or 305 ■iiiiiiiiiiiiiii WHY NOT? There is no reason why we can not meet and beat any Mail Order House prices. We buy goods just as low, we pay cash for our goods and get the discounts. : We own our business and k...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 March 1928

. ~vrw" the ruse chekoeeean RIB? t,, •) •r t t ft page five Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mal lard, of Dallas, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Mallard the tiast of the week. iy It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Miss Ruby Madden was a week end visitor in Ft. Worth. Just in—and attractive price in Tri umph Seed Irish Potatoes, at Jay's. Miss Mandy Fields of Ponta, was a visitor here Saturday. T. H. Bonner is in Dallas this week, on business. Onion Sets all kinds, anil onion plants at Jay's. Mrs. L. D. Guinn returned Thursday, from a two weeks visit with relatives and friends in Houston and Port Arthur. B. B. Perkins returned Tues- day, from an extended business and professional trip to Lubbock and various points in West Tex- as and New Mexico. When in doubt as to what you want in the way of meat, fish, veg- etables or groceries just call us. T....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 March 1928

PAGE SIX ' .''v yr / ; ,■ THE RUSK CHEROKBKAM .i ■:% ■*. ■ Khj" ..." h The Rusk Cherokeean A. weekly newspaper pabliahed every Friday morning at Ruak, Cherokee County, Texas. U* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & I'ub OIHcr Phone 316 Kntered as second-chiss matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1379. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Months — -76 Three Months .40 That prince of legend who leaped into the arena filled with ferocious lions, and re- trieved the glove of his lady fair, may have • been a gallant and a hero, but he used very poor judgment. How much easier and safer it would have been to have bought her an- other pair. Experiments have demon- strated that the sound of a lo- comotive can be heard distinct- ly for the distance of a mile and a half. We have heard the sound of the dropping of a shoe belonging to the roomer who has quarters .just above ours, that would go at least twice that far. SI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 March 1928

~i — i il 1/ RICH 03AGES KEEP OLD FUNERAL RITES di;!o~a! Cu: lc: C— ^ Have 3een I'awhuska, OUIn. While riches from (ill liave caused Hie Osage J11<]imis to adopt many of the ways of white men, wealth has had little eiVect on the tribe's Strang;' burial ceremony. Kxcept for (he u of an expensive Collin, the funeral ol an Osage Is the same as that of his ancestors many generations ago. Feasting as well as mourning is a pai't of the rite. Aflei a tribeman's death, relatives and friends reimdn for several days with the body In the Indian lodge. They have no chairs or beds, hilt sit or sleep on the wooden floor. The custom permits them to leave quietly and to stay away an hour or two. The collin is in the center of the room, and paid mourners chant weird tunes in a cor- ner. When the burial day arrives, the body Is placed in a sitting posture and a painter draws lines on the face, each line representing an outstanding benev- olent deed. The Indians tile by the corpse, and whisper in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 March 1928

; I - - .../7,v >••■*.. ... v. --".- - • -rf ^ [ 4 THE BUSK CHEROKEE AN Talks On Box Bill. Mr. S. H. Sanders, candigfte for Congress from this district, Tuesday issued the following statement with reference to the defeat of the Box Immigration bill: "From press reports it seems the bill Mr. Box has been using for many years in his campaign, is doomed. This leaves Mr. Box •without any material accomplish- ments since he has been a mem- ber of Congress. At the expir- ation of his present term he will have served this district ten years. And it is regrettable that he has not tried to do something for his district in addition to his stand on the immigration quest- ion. He has neglected many of our needs by devoting his entire time to one particular subject, and it is now defeated. He could have been of material help in uncovering the Teapot Dome scandal—the putrid stain upon the fair name of our land; he could have stood with those stalwart democrats in fighting for the lowering of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

With which is consolidated the press-jou rnal Originally Established February 27, 1850. ',n- HH i;0UTE FOUR .•vTi^sg The Rusk Cherokeean RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THLJKSDW, MAR 'II^, 1928 working for a greater rusk and a more prosperous CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 9. No. 4] Saturday Night Seemed Like Old Times. Members Of Kiwanis Make Good Move. For some time Rusk has been j A movement has been started losing on its notoriety as a real j by individual members of t e live, exciting scene along about Rusk Kiwanis Club, but not as sundown on a Saturday evening, an organization, that promises to when it was a safe proposition be very beneficial At the suggestion of Kiwanian Wyatt Norman, something like fifteen members have volunteer- ed to select for themselves what they term a "buddy" among the farmers of the community, one who does not feel financially able was to assume that there would be one or more disturbances staged before the Curfew rang, and the only question was the particular l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

Ss mmm. THE BUSK CHEKOKEEAN Jbr Economical Transportation eiRL GOOD BUSINESS The Cream of the Tobacco Incorporates Herce'.f Raise Cash for C?.i and Mal-:cs Gcoi. has been carefully checked and recon ditioned where lucky New York.—Here's the answer in the problem ol' those young Aui -rU-sui:? who' feel they should su -■ly l> c une great musicians, artists or writers if tliey only had the tin i; y. Incorporate! That's what Faye Ferguson did— became the only incorporated musical student in the world—with the result that now, in her errly twenties, she's won i he acclaim of New York's lead- ing music critics, has distinguished herself as piano soloist with the On einnati Symphony orchestra and is on the hish road to musical fame. Doesn't Look Like It STRl •T's T0,1ST£0 V Motor v Radiator vKear Axle i MARTIN JOHNSON, Explorer, Smokes Lucky Strikes in Wildest Africa "Once on the Abyssinian border my shipment cf Lucky Strikes from Amer- ica missed us, and I was miserable until the nativ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

•Jy.i 'M M ■S:K 9 ' 4' I* Zhb&ayA You may pay rent all your life, but it won't stay toaid. fwrrecr the ~ Roof page thbes mm Home Comforts Reflected Here It's a Fact! When your old rod begins to leak, it is necessary to repair it immediately if you wish to avoid more serious trouble. We suggest that you get roof repairing material here becaure we can serve you conveniently, economically ard with qual- ity that gives utmost satisfaction. The Powell Land & Lumber Co. Rusk, Texas "Be it ever so humble, Tntre's no place like home." You cannot translate it into terms of money, for the meanest hut may breathe more the true spiritofhome than the richest palace, but when you talk to a hard-headed business man about such tangible things as "love" and "patriotism" you have to "show him." Mere words do not go very far when it comes to a matter of separating him from his money, yet no man who main- tains a home and does not neg- lect those in it need hesitate about approaching such a bus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

POUB THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I : IS .k \ * H I 1 x ? t ? t ? T t T t t ? t ? ? t t f t ? f ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦!♦ ❖ t ? ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ SATISFACTION Is The PARAMOUNT THING In Putting In Your GAS APPLIANCES #WWW^W We Guarantee All Our Work, And Our Guarantee Is Our Bond, B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER uuiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiniiiiiuiL ECONOMY Is Commendable in All Things, but Nowhere Better Applied Than in Purchasing- Dependable and Desirable FURNITURE We handle the Best Quality Priced as Low as the Inferior Manufactures. Your Credit Is Good With Us B. F. SHERMAN Ml SEASON APPROACHES. SAM HOT WATER HEATERS And We Are Here With The Sporting Goods BASE BALLS, BATS, GLOVES, ETC. •SAAAAA/1 The Celebrated 'BABE RUTH" 'ROGERS HORNSBY" "LOU GEHRIG" and "TY COBB" Bats. BEST MADE "1 No. 20 No. 30 No. 4U 850.OO $65.oo 88O.00 Your Water Stays Hot on a Tiny Pilot Light. LICENSED AND BONDED P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

1iPK - ■ I 11 THE RUSK €HEROK£EAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "Sajr It With Flower*." with ours. Cnf^owers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. L. R. Baker of Ponta, was here Monday on business. E L. Penland of Jacksonville, was here Saturday visiting. When you Drop your watch think of Wal-drop. Earnest B. Andrews spent the week end in Dallas. So far the fruit crop does not seem to be hurt. AH kinds of Field and Garden Seed on display at Jay's. Mac Duty of Jacksonville, was here Saturday. Johnnie Willams is mystiously out of town today, and the sup- position is that he has gone to Houston eafter one|of those New Ford.cars. The publisher of the emblem of truth looks sick, but he has simply been having the gas put in his house. Wire hanging baskets and sheet moss to lili, for sale at my place. Mrs. Lise Ross, The Florist. The modern Sheik at the High School Auditorium, Friday even- ing will make an Egyptian prince...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

% I , i !~X | I 111 h .; r s A wtldy aMncpapar pabliabed avery Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Aut. Editor & Pub Offioo Phone 316 Entered as second-claas matter, July 16, 1019. at the poatoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year t I-50 Six Months -76 Three Months -40 Some reformed men will never own another new car. They nev- er bought one except when they were drunk. o That Chicago man who quit bis wife and (children to try a com- Danionnte marriage, odvising he might be bacK in four months, is a liar a* well as a degenerate. He is not coming back, unless it be to die L , C&IjIETE IT* jr your breath ij bad and you have rpk... vi £ in the head, poor co.'i.itipatica ar.d a general no- uci'ount fceiiujr, it u a eign your liver is torpid. The or.o really dependable rem- edy for nil disorders ia tlio liver, stomach and bowels is Ilerbine. It nets powerfully on the liver, strengthens diges...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

': ||. Blind, Testifies He Can Judge Car's Speed Nw Haven, Conn.—Although Het -ijatas, totally blind stu- ^ dental the Yale law school, tea- * tlfled that his friend, George A. $ Lewis, a student at the graduate school, was driving at a mod- k erate speed when his car was Involved In a collision with an- -v.- other machine In Huntington r? street, Lewis was lined $25 on if a charge of reckless driving. Istas said d pile Ills aillic tion lie was able to gauge the approximate spe -d of an auio mobile by the sound of the en glne and swaying of the nisi chine. Istas, who bus won many hon ors in his academic work, fur ther related that when Lewis went around the corner of limn ington street the swayinu of the car was harel.v noticeaiile ano the purr of the engine indi cated tt medium rate of speed. The court was noncommittal on Istas' testimony. * v :: THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ " rzrr*fW' PAGE SEVEM tt WOMEN MOST ENTHUSIASTIC OF AIRPLANE PASSENGERS They Like to Fly and Are Doing It by Hook o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 March 1928

The cooking school, lecture and demonstration given at the par- lors of the Rusk Hardware & Undertaking Company, last Thursday and Friday, by Mrs. Caroline Bonner, special repre- sentative of the Estate Manufact uring Company, which special- izes in gas ranges, was wpII at- tended -ind those enjoying the rare treat are pronounced in their expression of appreciation. Mrs. Bonner is one of the writers of Holland's Magazine, Farm and Ranch, and other peri- odicals and is certainly an artest in the culinary art. and her dem- onstrations of what can be done with an Estate stove were noth- ing short of marvelous. Prizes were offered during the demonstration, with the follow- ing awards being made: Mrs. J. O. Barrows, plate of cream puffs. Mrs. F. M. Priest, triple sauce pan set. Mrs. P. T. Butler, plate of cream puffs. Mrs. P. B. Harris, cake. Mrs. W. H. Hanna, 50 piece dinner set. Mrs. Ed Farrow, angel foci cake. Mrs. W. P. Singletary, aiigei food cake. Mrs F. C. Bingham, Ribbon cake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

0 •si nr of to rn on w- '0(1 see of rn- ml) jco ex nla- fo'p Inp mm The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. rijsk, cherokee county, texas. THUtSDW, MAII fl 29. I 1.8 VOL. 9. No. 42 Permission Granted To Take Off One Train. The State Railroad Commission in its opinion, handed down last Saturday, on the application of the Cotton Belt Railroad to dis- continue its passenger tnin ser- vice on the Tyler-Lufkin branch, decided that the company should be permitted to take olT trains 403 and 404, the same being the north bound in the morning and the south bound in the evening. In rendering its decision the commission said, "much as we dislike to curtail the service, the evidence in the case will not per- mit us to do otherwise. We are inclined to the opinion, however> that the o. eration of one train a day each day may pay operating expenses, if not return ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO ! i i! i J i Important Announcement to every owner of a Model T Ford ON MAY 25, 1927, when Henry Ford first announced his plans for making a new car, he announced also that he would continue to make parts for the Model T Ford. He said: "The Model T Ford car was a pioneer. It blazed the way for the motor industry and started the movement for good roads everywhere. It broke down the barriers of distance in rural sections, brought people in these sections closer together, and placed education within the reach of everyone. We are still proud of the Model T Ford. If we were not, we would not have continued to make it so long." For twenty years, the Model T Ford led the automobile industry and it still serves more people than any other auto- mobile. Over one-third of all the automobiles in use today are Model T Fords — an indication of the sturdy worth of the car and its value to people in all walks of life the f t ■ world over. The Ford Motor Company will con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

■ > . ; i Chief Executive Saw Point of Good Joke One of the first tiling Washington leagued of Millard Fillmore when hi' alTided to the Presidency upon the death of Zachary 'I'aylor, in 1850, was that Fillmore possessed a keen sense of humor. Shortly after taking the oath of of- fice it became nece.-rary that the President purchase a new coach tie- cause of the dignity of his position, Fillmore thought the coach should I"' somewhat out of I he ordinary, and sent an old White House servant. Ho- ward Moral! by name, to shop about. Moran eventually learned that a wealthy citizen of Washington was about to leave the city and wished I" dispose of his elegant equip!i'-o, which seemed to him <piite the tiling he was seeking. The ' President viewed the coach 1 and liked it immen'sely, bat "Ilow j will It do for a President of the United States to be riding around in j a second-hand carriage?" he nslted j Moran. Moran could riot r. i t the oppor tunity. '"Sure," he refilled, "you're j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

MBHPWliMhTiil'i ■ THE RUSK CHKIOKEEAN mm* THERE SHOULD BE ECONOMY ; -s I • i 9 II 3 R ■-"{& i V s I F 11 E;J I K' 1 V ❖ ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ t f t f * t ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ la All Things and Especially IN YOUR PLUMBING ^VSAAAAAA^ Our Work is All Done by Experts, and Out of Only the Best Materials Available. Everything Is Guaranteed and Satisfaction Must Be Given Our Patrons. B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER illllllllll Save Money Do It By Taking Advantage of Our BIG PENSLAR SALE Starting April 5th Closing April 7th MAKE $1.00 GO AS FAR AS TWO DOES IT PAY? h MAN WAKES UP in the morning af- H ter sleeping under an advertised blank- et, on an advertised mattress and pulls off advertised pajamas; takes a bath in an ad- vertised tub, shaves with an advertised razor, washes with an advertised soap, pow- ders his face with an advertised powder, dons advertised underwear, hose, shirt, col- ar, shoes, suit, handkerchief; sits down to breakfast of ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

:w$B .THE BUSK CJB0ROKEEAN PAGE SEVEU 5 Personal Items "Sajr It With Flower*." - Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pat plants, funeral designe. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. C. E. Jay was a visitor in Jack sonville the first of this week. Judge C W. Benge was a visit- or in Nacogdoches last Friday. DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. S. M.Adams of Nacogdoches, was here Monday. H. T. Nance, of Nacogdoches, was a Rusk visitor, Sunday. When you Drop your watch think of Wal-drop. Mesdames Edgar Pord.Everitt Chastain. Pope Guinn and W. L. Knapp visited relatives in Lufltin last Thursday. W. T. Norman and Malcolm Guinn werein Jacksonville, Mon- day on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Crom of Troup, were visitors in Rusk, Monday. W. Dec man of Lufkin, was here Monday. Louis Butler Jr. of Houston, is visiting his parents this week. To be sanitary is essential to the health. Its our market's motto. T. J. Stovall. W. O. Seales, C. H....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1928

S&&V v' ■ V- "v , -7" {?•?? 1W-PP®* i \ , . 'f ' '•■•• - ■•■ 1 ,•-'- '• ■ • '*> v ■ '■ ■ • ■ ' ■ ■■' ' . • I-; >:f* |. -• r '-<4> 1 ■'• -"^V- - TFT RUSK .CHEROKEEAK V ■111 •♦.It.'' Penslar Alcolin (Rubbing Alcohol) Useful for relieving soreness, sprains, stiff- ness, etc. I<) ounce bottles. Regular Price I bottle 75c Two botttes 76c Narcissus Jasmin Chypre Perfume Beautiful one ounce i| glass stoppered bot ties of these three popular odors. This Sale <PO 01 COLONIAL CLUB The cocoa- nut oil cream [that softens [the toughest I beard and [ leaves the I skin free frm ' irritation Reg'lar Price Tube 50c This Sale 2 tubes 51 - an Penslar Quinine ^air Tonic A fragrant quinine h-iir t'inic. Keeps hair and scalp !n a healthy condition. Regular Price 1 buttle $1.00 This Sale $| 01 2 bottles 11 Penslar Aspirin Tablets Bottles of 100-5 grain Aspirin Tab- lets made from the ?*/:' -jvg, jj very highest grade True—Aspirin, Regular Price I bottle 50c This Sale Two bottles ...

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