The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1927 Page: 3 of 6
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THJC 108K CREKOKEEAN
Nov. 17,18 and 19th.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
A Great Stock of Merchandise.
Our Greatest Cash Sale of the Season.
Buy an Item at the Regular Price and
Get Another Just Like it for
MOSELEY DRUG STORE
...... . . .....
\Y M VIM.Mi
The Cherokee Service Station
Auto Repairs, All Makes oJ Cars
All Kinds of Auto Accessories
Best in the Market
Gas, Oils, Etc. : Give Us a Trial
in Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at O'NEAL HOTEL
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD.
Oilier Hours: II) a in. to 1 p. in.
Austin and wile to W. K. Bragg by ;
! deed dated March 24. 1924. and re-
corded in Volume 105. on pages .'!.'19- j
I .H0-.'i41. of said Deed Records, and to j
i .hich deeds reference is here made !
I I'll' a more complete description of:
| Said lands to be sold to satisfy the |
| claim of J. F. Austin against said es- I
titi'. amounting to $2.9<>8.C2, with in-
t rest, secured by a vender's lien on;
above described land.
Witness my hand this 9th. day of i
j November, 1927.
As Executor of the Estate of
W. K. Bragg, Deceased.
5he ilf's Sale—Real Esate
OME DAY ONLY
CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
' RUSK, TEXAS
OWNERS OF THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT
IN CHEROKEE COUNTY
We keep our records up to date.
Instruments tiled in tha County
Clerk's office yesterday are index-
ed in our office this morning.
If you need an abstract and want
one that will be accepted by any
examiner in the state, see us.
W. H. HANNA
S. G. KERR
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular graduate
in medicine and surgery and is licens-
ed by the stale of TEXAS. He does
not operate for chronic appendicitis,
gall stones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils
He has to his credit wonderfifl re-
sults in dileases of the stomach, live r
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart.
The State of Texas,
County of Cherokee:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
by virtue of a certain Order of
Sulo issued out of the Honorable Dis-
trict Court of Cherokee County, of
the 4th. day of July, 1927. by A. M.
Vining. Clerk of said Court for the sum
of Five Thousand, Four Hundred and
Sixt-nine Dollars and costs of suit, un-
der a judgment in favor of First State
Bank of Jacksonville, Texas, in a cer-
tain cause in said Court No. 10156 and
kidney, blader, bed wetting, catarrh
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg j styled First State Bank of Jackson,
ulcers and rectal ailments. ville, Texas vs. |J.T. Pollard, placed
Below are the names of a few of his in my hands for service. I, E. C Mar-
many satisfied patients in Texas who j tin as Sheriff of Cherokee county. Tex-
have been treated for one of the above ' as. did on the 14th. day of October.
Mrs. J. II. Sonntag. Frisco.
Mrs, T. H. Schmalriede, McGregor.
Mrs. Will Seelig, Haskel.
Mrs. Sam Wilson, Brownwood.
Mrs. Loren L. Wright. Abilene.
Mrs. P. W. Rossell, Palestine.
Robert Hoffman, Vorktown.
Emil Muehl, Seguin.
Remember above date, that consul-
tation on this trip will be free and tha
his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompa-
nied by their husbands.
Address: I'll Bradbury Bldg.. Los
atw'trnw"*-"'" >no< «; KarattRHasK « bwrchhskhhsk *
There Is No One Word That
Speaks So Much in
STAPLE GROCERIES as
Notice Of Mxcrutor's Sj l« ()f
That's our motto, and we fin$ that combined with
SERVICE it WINS out.
1927. levy on certain Real Estate, sit-
uated in Cherokee county, Texas, de-!
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Situated in Cherokee county Texas,
being in two tracts: the first tract be- J
inp 1U0 acres of the Jos. Barnard sur-
vey, and being the same 100 acies of ;
land conveyed by John McCruinmen
et al. to Mrs. L. B Jarnigan by deed
of date March 27th. 1902. recorded in:
\ ol. 19. page 303 of Deed Records of J
Cherokee county. Texas, to which ref-
ence is hereby made for lull descript-
ion of s.iid land, save and except 33.48
acres of said 100 acres which is Here-
tofore conveyed by A. \Y Short to \\
A. Moore, said 33. I* acres lieinu luiiy
descrilied in !>• 1 ofReconis in \ op
ume 55. paLfe 40i>. Deed Records. The
second tract being acres, less 1.', ac-
res off he .I.R. Van '/.andt Surve\ and
Estate of W. E.
YOU KNOW US and we know you, and appreciate
You can Always find it at or get it from
being all of that certain tract of laud
>f W. E. j In County Court ; conveyed by I'. V. Jarnigan to J R.
Deceased. Cherokee Coun- Kowe and wile on the 13th. dav of
I tv, lexas. , , w„, , . •
August: 1592. save and except 12acres .
of same conveyed to Edgar Chandler
and 3.3 acres conveyed to the T. A. N.
O. Railway company, both tracts in- >
eluded in this Judgment, containing :
113.22 acres ol land, and levied upon <
as the property J. F. Pollard and that
on the tirst Tuesday in December 1927, '
thelsame being the 6 dav of said month. 1
at the Court House door of Cherokee ;
county, in the Town of Rusk. Texas,
between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. j
m., by virtueof said levy and said Or-
der ot Sale. 1 will sell the above de- I
cribed Real Estate at public vendue,
for cash, to the highest bidder, as i
HAVE JUST RECEIVED....
New Shipment of All Kinds of Dry Goods.
Also, Big Shipment of Slippers and Shoes.
New Hosiery and Notions, Sweaters ;.nd Furn-
My Grocery Stock Is Complete
And will receive this week, car of Flour, Bran,
Shorts, Oats, Etc., and will sell:
Extra High Patent Flour, per sack.. SI.85
The Very Best Flour, per sack SI.90
Best Shorts S2.15
I Am After the Cash Buyer, and Am
Making Prices Very Attractive.
Get My Prices on All Your Needs.
JOE B. COPELAND
East Side Public Square
Noted Star of the Stage
"The life of an actress is
one of nervC'Strain. If she
sings, also,her worries are
doubled. Her audiences
reflect her moods. If she is
mentally tired, she cannot
help hut convey her fa-
tigue to those out in front
and the residt is a form
of ennui on both sides of
the footlights. I have
found a sure cure for such
fatigue, on the part of
the player, is a good ciga-
rette. For years I have
smoked Lucky Strikes and
the mental balm and real
enjoyment I have derived
from them have helped
me marvelously. In addi-
tion they have protected
my voice, I use no other
THE CREAM OF
THE TOBACCO CROP
No Throat Irritation-No Cough.
: a. a a a.;: a a a: a a.a a a a a a a, a jflKBfi
:. . :
Notice in Hereby Given that under
and by virtue of an order and decree
of the County Courtof Cherokee Coun-
ty. Texas, duly entered in the above
entitled and numbeied cause on the 5th
day of November. 1927, 1, John Bragg
as Executor of the will and of the Es-
tate of W. E. Bragg, Deceased, will,
on the HrstTuesday in December, 1927,
being the 6th day of December. 1927.
at the Court House floor in Cherokee
Countv. State of Texas, offer for salo
and sell to tin- highest bidderjlor cash
the following described tract or parcel ,'10 propert of said J 1.1 ollard
of land situated in Cherokee County. And in compliance with law, I give ji
Texas, and belonging to the estate of j lh's notice by publication, in the Eng- |;
W. E. Bragg, deceased, towit: Being ilish language once a week for three 1
98 acres, more or less, a part of the consecutive weeks immediately prc-
] ceding said day of sale in the Husk
Cherokeean, a newspaper published
Thos. Timmons League, and being the!
same tract of land described in a deed
from Marcus Williams and wife,
Carrie Williams, to J. F. Austin, dat-
ed January 6, 1921, and recorded in the
Deed Records of Cherokee County,
Texas, in Volume 100. on page 115.
and the same land <;onveyed by J. F.
in Cherokee County.
Witness my hand, this 14th day of
E. C. Martin, Sheriff,
Cherokee County, Texas.
By Ed Runnels, Deputy.
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Ward, H. O. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1927, newspaper, November 17, 1927; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291333/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.