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Rice Rustler (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Rice, Texas H O RUSTLE WHILE T H IS V QNE DOLLAR A YEAR NAVARRO JULY 1920 VOU1MK XIX t tt TT ft ft ft TT ft TT ft First State Of Texas Tf ft TT Surplus and Profit TT OFFICERS CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD BRADLEY and Assl ft ft YY ft ft ft it OUR PRICES FOR Our Sale just closed has most suc cessful in the history of our We still lots of lines still which we are gornjg to offer at a greater Low Shoes All July Special All Special 7 All July Sp All All All All All All All All All and July and July and July July Spi Jiuy July Juiy July July Special July Special Must intke room for our Big Fall Lino of Shoes now on the It will pay you to take advantage of these low 25 Per Cent Off on Skirts Our entire stock of SkuU at 25 per cent Seasons newest Georgette Blouses at Cost Olir entire stock of Georgette Blouses go at cost for New est Spring and Summer 14 Off on Mens Summer Suits We offer our entire stock of Mens Summer Suits lor July at 14 Palm Mohair and Cool Ihe seasons newest and best The weather and tlie price is 25 per cent Reduction on Mens Straws and Panamas Every Straw and Panama Mat must hi sold in We offer them at 14 All sizes and styles in stock c per cent Off on Gingham Dresses AND We have a very complete stock of Ladies and Misses Gingham Dresses and Percale Aprons afe of fering tor July at 25 per cent Many other lines Figured Voiles and Middy Watch regular space during the aiunth lor our Special Prices for Just received a beautiful line of Early Fall and American all Our Show Windows for Everything Show Them IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT A CASH STORE GILPIN BROTHERS THE ENNIS CASH STORE AGE IN TEXAS CORSICANA BOOSTERS j COMING THURSDAY1 That there is an unprecedented number olholluorrns ior this tini ol the year at woiU among tlie cotton crops I Texas farmers is tlie sub stance e a issue by Wai tor iiiiiiuiper of I lit department of the Texas Chamber ci Texas farmer1 lie thoroughly ulive to the vorni aail weevil according 0 and although it is en irely too early to venture an estimate if the eollou crop for the there 3 no question about the tael thai the more numerous this vottr mil are doiiif more than is usual at this period ol ihe Peltels statement is accurate y borne out in lit words of Jennctt of prominent Lainar Jouuty cotton who says that llic worms already are at work in Lainar County and have done maleri There has been discovered no rcar y effectual means of controlling this nolwitlislamlii g fact that many different methods have been experimented with Tlie worms seem to be encouraged by atmospheric conditions in the early and once irmly eslab ished the cotton crop is practically loomed One species of tlie worm already 1 is wrought real damage in Louisi according to who is very close to the agricultural situa tion in the and all steps are being taken to coinbat its spread among the Texas Neva The thiid trip of the Get Ac1 quainter tour ol the Chamber will include a stop at Rice next July Tlie Corsicanam will arrive here about and will spend about an hour in our Practically every business interest ol Corsicana will be repre sented on the trip and in addition to bringing speakers and furnishing music boosters say they expect to have a general good Relow is the itenerary ot the lour Leave Chamber of Commerce Leave Powell at Leave Kerens Lunch al Bazzette Leave 13iette Leave Ixoane Leave Cbatfield Leave Rice Stop iit Hester and Arrive in Corsicana p THE TRUE BASIS THE NEW ELECTION LAWS EPPLAINED of all commercial progreoss is K The future progress of this or and its subsequent ability to assist in the upbuild ing of this de pends upon the spirit of co operation that exists between this bank and The First National Bank Cashier Discharged will In entitled to vote upon their Honorable 1is when No one can help a voter make out a ticket unless the voter is over sixty years or has been a citizen of the United Slates twenty one years mill t innot read and or if the vol r has some bodily infirmity that 3 the voter physicially unable to redd and And then no one Can as sist voter except the election A woman to vote must have tin same qualifications and is under the same rules that apply to a male The second primary election for County and Precinct offices will be held on the loiirth Sul imhiy in August August The law now provides that voter must be a complete of the United States in order to Tak ing out first wlil not now entitle any one to A young man or woman who be twentyone years old after and beloie any election can vole if he or procured an exemption certificate before If the voter ditl cannot Women can act as election judges and clprks at all primary The polls will be open at 8 oclock and will close at 7 oclock If a voter moves from one piecinct to another he or she votes at the vot ing box where they now even if they moved the day heron the plec PAKKEIty County Come On We ore looking for Get your share of the won derlul Bargains at Jacksons Rustler for Job Are your creditors and family eqnately protected in case yon die The Southwestern Life Insur ance ot A Texas Com pany for Texas offers you the best protection at the lowest See Harvard Nowlin and let them explain the exclusive feat ures ot the Southwestern The City Barber Shop IRWIN Proprietors A FIRST CLASS THREE CHAIR SHOP SOLICITED AND APPRECIATED ARE YOU PARTICULAR About The Kind of Groceries That Go on Your Table If you should give us an order or Particular people are our most satisfied because they know a good thing when they see Our stock is a i assortment of good things for the com prising of everything that is The Harvest Season is Here Make ready by coining in and letting us fit you up with corn grain twine Repairs for All FortsonQueen Company EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY J Ij
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