The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1929 Page: 4 of 8
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN
"Say It With Flower*.
Say it with ours.
Cut flowers, pot
All kinds of Good Cheese at Adams'.
Country meals, heme
at Dickey's East Side.
Merchant's premiums will be
giver, away Saturday nite Pro-
gram each nite. Don't forget the
MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST.
Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery
. i Mrs G. Keller returned Mon-j
plants, funerai evening, froui an extended |
visit in the home of friends in j
The Letter Shop.
E. E. Blalcey of Woodville,
Okla., is here visiting relatives.
J. H. Sharp of Troup, was here
Monday on business.
good meals at Dickey
A. B. Cameron of Houston,
■was here the first of the week.
Bob Payne of Dialville,
in Rusk this week.
The nicest, largest Fruit in town a
Mrs. Bohr Francis was
visitor in Dallas, last Sunday.
G. W. Sewell of Summertield,
was here the first of this week.
12 o'clock luneh served home
style. Dickey's place.
G. W. Weatherby of
ville, was a visitor here
W T. Norman was in Forest
last Thursday, on business.
Mr. and Mrs; L. J. Smith, of
Mullin, Texas, spent the weekend
here [visiting Mr. Smith's par-
ents, Di and Mrs. L. Smith.
A full line of cakes and pies, also
Rye, Whole wheat, Raisin and French
Bread at Adams' Grocery.
Mrs. F. M. Priest went to Aus-
tin the first of this week, having
received a message of the illness
of her father, L W. Tittle.
E. R. Gregg and family spent
the week end visiting and shop-
ping in Dallas, and by a strange
coincidence Eldredge attended
the big football game, Saturday.
for good lunches.
Mrs. Lena West Guinn offers
her vast secretarial experience
to the business men and women
of Rusk at nominal rate Expert
stenography and typing service.
Will write your letters for you
if you are too busy to dictate
Will also call and take your dicta-
tion and deliver work. All class-
es of letters and documents
neatly and accurately finished.
Your patronage will be appre-
ciated. Office second fioor Stov
all Building. Office will open
October 21 Phone 142. Hours
9 to 5:
will be given the man who can
chop through a log in 50 per ct.
the time it takes Peter McLaren,
World's Champion Axe Chopper,
who will be in Rusk. Thursday.
The opponent must not use the
famous Plumb One Pkce Axe.
A NEW BROOM SWEEPS
"But It Soon Wears Out"
And when it does, Get Another? Sure, that's
what Happens to. The New Brooms in Rusk.
Saturday and Monday
Our Special Brand
Mr. and Mrs. Alton
and little daughter, returned to
their home in Los Angeles last
Sunday, after a month's visit
herewith Dr. and Mrs. A. 0.
See me for close Cash Prices On Feed,
Lester C. S. Adams.
Adams has the
Candies In town.
best assortment of
The best Peaberry Coffee in town at
Rev. S. E. Harry of Alto,
a Rusk visitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Moseley
were in Dallas, the first of the
week, selecting their holiday
stock and incidentally taking in
the big fair.
Made right. Cooked right,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days. Phone 364.
Mrs. Lloyd Hendricks.
For Sale—FillinizStation equip-
ped with Texaco Co., pump. One
acre of land, price SG00.00.
T. W. Dunnam
Mrs. Earl Wilder and daughter
of Jefferson, are here visiting]
Richard Pride, Lee Pride and
Henry Jones of Manning, were,
Messrs Boynton and Herring-
ton of Lufkin, were business
Russell Cox of Waco spent fiyirlpy "V^nn'r' Rillhc
last Friday and Saturday with vlruer I Ollr DUIOS
his sister, Mrs. F. B. Guinn.
Mrs. V. M. Cox, who had been All kinds of Bulbs now ready—
visiting here for the past t'A0 suchas Paper White Narcissus,
■weeks, returned to her home „ ., T .... T, ... ^ ..
with him j Calla Lillies, Hyacinths, Tulips.
i Place your order with me for Rose
Bushes. The best 2-year-olds.
ALSO, all kinds of Shrubery.
.Mrs. T. H. SINGLETARY
Tom Goolsby, the coffin pedd-
ler, formerly in business in
Rusk, but now travelirg out of
Terrell, was a social and busi-
ness visitor in our city, Tues-
Mrs. E. C. Dickinson visited
her sister, Mrs. John Bolton at
Jacksonville last week.
One pound can All Gold Coffee special
at 50c this week, at C. S. Adams.
Misses Margaret Priest and
M rs. W. L. Knapp, who had j
been in a sanitarium at Jack-
sonville, for some time, and j
where she had the misfortune to '
lose her first born, a few days
ago,'was brought home Sunday)
and is rapidly recovering her
Pork and Beans campbells
Milk C™ATI0N Tall Can
Matchless Peanut Butter
1 Pound Jar
Picnic Hams Sus,r Ccr,!!
Very Attractive Prices on All Feeds.
W. H. Tucker & Son
Francis Cobble spent Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Lester
spent' the day at Jacksonville,
Did Yon Try Some of that delicious
All Golil Cnffee, it's good, and goes far-
ther, and Adams has it.
The following attended the
| Cherokee County Baptist Associ-
ation which met at Forest last,
week: Mesdames George Nelson,
Spence Swan, J. C. Pryor, Alvin
Pryor and J. B Porterfield.
These ladies being delegates to
the asociation from here. Mrs.
Swan was on the program for a
Formerly assistant assistant in Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital,
Diseases and Surgery
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Retraction and Glasses
Nacogdoches, - - - Texas
Dr. P'Pool will be in Rusk, at
Rusk, at Moseley Drugstore
October 23rd and 24th.
For Sales—Pears $1 per bu. Phone
me your wants) or see Tom Vena,
15-4tp ■'•'Mrs. d. R. Sutton.
Jerseys fr'or Sale.
Eighteen ^ood Jersey heifers.
Eight ?obcl Jersey cows.
See C. E. Brazier.
Order a bottle of Arrowhead Orange
Juice sent with your G.-oceries, Adams
Rf'V. Lee Emb y of D illas; i.-
to pr. ach at the Chris ian Taber
nacln, in this ciry, next Sundav
See the Boy Scout
the Pure Food show,
Friday, Saturday. Oct
M s. I
J. V. Lewis, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is here this week, visit-
ing at the home oi his brother,
D S. Lewis. This is the only
display at. - va.\ Swan ever gets to see any
Thursday,! of his f <;ks, as he does not dare
24-J5-26. pot that far away from his dairy,
ohn A Sloan is in Luf- Rev. and Mrs R. E. Hooker,
week visiting her daugh- and Mesdames L, H. Bond and
Tom Bledsoe H q. Ward are in Cronkett to-
| day, attending a conference of
Mary McDaniel and I Group No. 2, of the East Texas
at j Presbyterial. Mesdames Hooker
and Bond are on the program
for a duet, while Mrs. Ward will
deliver a short address to the
Oscar Manning were visitors
the Dallas fair last Sunday.
IN THE MARKET
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Fish, all
Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats
Just glance over the prices here quoted on
only a few of the many staples on which
We can save You money:
MAWDl HOUSE WEE iSSilis #1-21
ELECTRIC LIGHT CELEBRATION
1$ THIS MONTH
CniEH IIINUI f«R EDISON Will BE WSiNDI HERE
Don't forget the Baby Show
Thursday afternoon at 2:30.
Bring your Baby.
Mrs. Belle McCord of Dallas,
came in last week, for an extend
ed visit at the home of her son-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lester
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sherman
spent Sunday in Dallas attend-
ing the fair.
Place your order early in the week
far Salt Risinf Bread, the kiad mother
nicdtamake. C. S. Adorns.
Jewel McGuire, wife and
daughter, of Eldorado, Ark.,
came in Saturday, for a visit
with relatives at the homes of
Ed Singletary, Lloyd Hendricks
and E. B. Musick. Jewel ad-
vises that he is doing well and
they enjoy living in the Arkansas
metropolis, but it is not Rusk,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry of
Dubach, La., spent the week end
here visiting the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. 81ayden.
Big peradc, Doll buMy, Bi-
cycle parade Beautifully dee
orated. Thursday night 7:80
North Sidfe of Square.
Bulbs, Shrubs, Roses
Our bulbs for fall planting have
arrived. Hyacinths, Tulips, Pa-
perwhites and Trumpet Narcisus
—best bulbs we ever saw—plant
this month and next.
Water Ibulbs .take tsix to ten
weeks to flower.
2 year Rose bushes and shrubs
—none better—ready after the
TOMATOES"*■2 csns 10c per (iozen
DRY SALT BACON
1 lb. Bag
16 lb. pail
Fifty years ago this month the young Thomas A.
Edison gave to the world the first incandescent lamp
—and the reporter who wrote the first story about
his difcovery was "fired" by an irate city editor for
his gullibility in believing that such a lamp would
actually shed light!
Many Other Money Savers
Special Prices on all kinds Feed
AND WE DELIVER
Plans for the celebration of Light's Golden Jubilee
during the week beginning October 20 are going for-
ward all over the United States. The National Elec-
tric Light Association bulletin devotes this month's
entire issue to the jubilee, and practically every city
in the United States represented by the electric in-
dustry will take part in the celebration.
This celebration is not being held for commercial
purposes, but for the purpose of commemorating the
invention of the incandescent lamp, which developed
into the modern electric light and has helped to make
living better in so many respects.
GULF PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
"AlWATS AT TOOK SERVICF'J
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Ward, H. O. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1929, newspaper, October 18, 1929; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291424/m1/4/: accessed March 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.