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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

m wmWfcMnw" "<p^; - vy ■:7f 1 7. W usk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY,, OCTOBER 7, 1921 NO. 14 Will See Panama Canal. Not all of the life of a sailor boy is prosaic; it is not all work; it is not all hum-drum. There are many incidents that go to make for pleasure and the hoys of Uncle Sam's Navy get about over the world and see many of the principal cities. They usual- ly get shore leave while in these places and if they are of a sight- seeing disposition they get about and learn much about the places thus visited. We are reminded of these mat- ters right now by receiving a let- ter from J. A. Kirkland who re- cently went from Rusk to San Diego and reentered the navy. He writes that his ship will be one of sixteen that will go to Mare Island navy yard in San Francisco bay and after being overhauled will go to the Atlan- tic coast via the Panama canal. Just where they will be sta- tioned on the Atlantic coast has not been determined but Nor- folk, Philadelp...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

' I . . THE RUSK CHBROKEEAN 4 / INQUIRY AT TRAINING SCHOOL HAS STARTED i OARD OF CONTROL MEMBERS LEAVE FOR QATESVILLE IN- STITUTION. WILL MAKE THOROUGH PROBE {Investigators Plan Thorough Job and Will Take Vigorous Action If Necessary. Austin, Texas.—The three members the State Poard of Control left here .Monday for Oatesville to investigate jconditions in the Stale Juvenile Train- ing School. The board consists of S. |B. Cowell, chairman; L. W. Tittle and |A. R. Johnson. This action follows the death of IPell Thomas. Mr. Johnson attended the examining trial of tVe drill in- structor hell! for the death of the (boy, who was choked. "We are going to the very bottom kit this thing," asserted Mr. Johnson "and ascertain the exact condi- tion of affairs at the training school. The people of Texas are entitled to know wbat has been going on there and the board' is determined to get mil the facts and to take vigorous ac- tion, if it is needed." Under the present law the Board of iControl ha...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

Spanish Doubloons CAMILLA KENYON •yt' • WV% "fv^ i' « i'" \ THE RUSK CHEROKEGAN Hi ■lis id* no I lly ■si- CU- ll.r III • h lf)t iry h«c slit teii mil •1 tlH-r ine ii> tes. of 10'.M > •icnn mto- tli:ii> us. <>i tli tele- elec- ising con* coin, John, benrw le l>e- Copyright. Tha H. Sba-Merril! Company '•SHALL I SPRING?" Synopsis.—Hardin?, respect- able uiifl conservative old maid— but never too oki to think of mar riage — with more money than bran IK. is Inveigled by a strong- minded spli.siei, -Mis* HigK'eaby- iirowne, into (lnain-inii an expedi- tion to hunt for buried treasjre on ! .tfMvani island. Her niece. Vir- Kinla Harding, undertalcing: to atop her, ffpts on the vessel and is un- willingly carried ailong. By no means concealing her distasie for the expedition and tier contempt for its members, Virginia makes the acquaintance of the Honorable futhbert Vane. Talking with Dugald Shaw, leader of tile expedi- tion. Virginia very frankly ex- presses her views, pra...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

#1. If'' 'TiiOB i *1V WtiOTr '**■ • ■ • ' ^r: - *w ■ ^ , J = Rusk Cherokeean A. weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at. Husk, t'lierokw County, Texas W. L- MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 3 16 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - - #1.50 Six Mouths - - .78 Three Mouths - - .40 This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as second-class matter July W. If jHIP 910, at the postofflce at Husk. Texas, utiri^r he Act of March 3. 1870. • Matter intended for publication should be siKneJ. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. War brings plunder, pestilence, poverty, and costs more than [ eace, plenty and probity. While it's a SMALL matter we would like to know what has happened to that case about the governor of Illinois. From the tone of the notes re- ceived from Ireland by Lloyd George the Blarney Stone has been misplaced. At last they have "read the fiiot Act" in Belfast. We have heard of that same ever,s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

I ■ vr \: v,'Li Schwartzberg's Fall Opening Sale GOING ON The Sign is Off—the Sale is Going On, The Largest, the Bl I the Cheapest Stock of Solid Leather Shoes in Rusk. SCHWARTZBERG & East Side of Square. Bagley Building. w T 4 ' Final r.arnp a Hummer TStrn Society and Clubs tJbitrs. WL. <%Cartin, Editor, Phone 6lJ i Bridge Club. The Jewel Made Pretty. The Friday Bridge Club was I Always was 0. K. and looked very pleasantly entertained by good, but the way Dad Zelno went Miss Lois Guinn at her home after it this week made it look last week, Thursday afternoon, even better. Last evening Man- Three tables pla /ed. Mrs. W. J. ager Weldon opened up with that Johnson made high score and wonderful picture, "The Girl Rusk College and Rusk High School football teams had the was awarded a pretty vanity pufT. Late in the afternoon the hostess served devils food and ice cream to the following: Mes- dames Jas. Kerr, Robt. Hatchett, Eldridge Gregg, Charles Kerr, Raymond Vermillion, W y a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

HINTS USE OF CALOMEL Says Drug Is Mercury and Acts Like Dynamite on Your Liver. W / * THE RUStf rHEROKEEAV t Yf Dortson Is making a hard fight • gainst calomel in the South. Every druggist has noticed a great tailing off in the sale of calomel. They all give the same reason, Dodsou's Liver Tone Is taking its place. "Calomel Is dangerous and people know it. while Dodson's Liver Tone is perfectly safe and gives better results." t>aid a prominent local druggist. Dod- son's Liver Tone Is personally guaran- teed by every druggist. A large bottle costs but a few cents, and it' It fails to give easy relief in every case of liver sluggishness and constipation, you have only to ask for your money back. Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling fine: no biliousness, sick head- ache, acid stomach or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause incon- venience all the next day like ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN Makes Hard Work Harder A bad back makes a day's work twice as hard. Backache usually conies from weak kidneys, and If headaches, dizziness or urinary dis- orders ore added, don't wait—get help before the kidney disease takes a grip—before dropsy, gravel or Brlght's disease sets in. Doan't Kidney Pills have brought new life and new strength to thousands of working men and women. Used and recommended the world over. Alk your neighbor! c A Texas Case B. R. Chiles, i arpen- ter. 802 S. 13th St., Corsicana, Tex., nays: "I had a severe back- ache. I had to get up a great many times at night to pass the kid- ney secretions, which were hluhly colored and burning. Thi-sel spells got to i-orning! so often I looked fori help, and when I was1 told about Doan's Kid- ney Pills I commenced to use them. It wasn't long before I was entirely cured.' Gat Doan't at Any Store, 60c a Box DOAN'S kp,°,nL.V FOSTER.M1LBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. Accordion Pleating of the Finest Workmanship ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 October 1921

'-v'' i ■" ■ :. V v'";'v> • ji' ' 'If;' ~-•. >r- . • V ' • .. j ' 'V . 1. " <"Ai. :.v H**r ■ rn^. *<, K'W< "• •■ *;'>'• '•-••' ' ' •' • •• • • ■ ' •■■ ' . "'STS ■«.,■ , , . • V. V- , The Particular Housewife wants her groceries to be of the best quality serves a meal she wants to know that the \i •'""I m- When she quality is there. It takes no longer to prepare good food than poor food and the satisfaction of serving is infinitely greater Quality Groceries cost no more at our store than the other kind costs at some places. It is ECOMOMY to buy vour groceries from H. L. JENKINS RUSK Phone 402 : TEXAS Wc Buy Country Produce w □ □C o o THE GIFT SHOP., I have just returned from the city markets where I have purchased an excellent line of goods. Some are already here and on display and more will be arriving from day to day. I have a New Line of Fall Hats in the various shades and forms. I have a complete stock of NATURE'S RIVAL, and VANITY FAIR Lingerie. A new line of N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

pr. The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 NO. 15 Armistice Day Celebration. It isn't a month off, that big celebration we are billed to have here in "Rusk. The committees in charge are working right along and will be ready for the event and they know now from the reports that are coming in from every side that a large crowd will be here to partake of the hospitality of this city and enjoy the sports and meet their friends, also to honorably com- memorate the ending of the war across the waters that was to make the world safe for democ- racy. Rusk feels that she must do this event up in style and there- tore you need have no fears of the outcome. You will be cared for here and will be made to feel right at home. If there are any keys to the city they will be thrown in the well and you will have the liberty of all that Rusk has to offer. Now we expect you and all your friends here on this occas- ion and if by any chance any of your friends h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

1 i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN . ♦ . vS- .«•: * '^^v- /fro£t>/rem /«tor/wt*o*af a«lmal8 g?35'. *R' m^mm ■ \ , \{&imm ■ " 5 Wmrm Mjfrflw'frifrfifrrf Ptooto from Western Unto* ■ . '. •>' • : =u'////,/ / ,. • «f'=;-// ' :- ! i ii?: ••'; s^>. x /,/>< fp by /rrferrTztiowl >r^ Says You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead Ml* I—/ i H i 5 *riw iOi/nc/<pr\yoot^ £r Uncferwoa^ MAHA— Center of the A!r Industry. This Is Omaha's slogan these days. Why? Because this enterprising Nebraska city of 200,000 people will stage November 3-5 the First Infer- national Aero Congress. This con- gross is Omaha's own Idea and the cily has carried it out. in spite of many apparently insuperable obsta- cles, to the point where success is assured. In consequence, Omaha is proudly claim- ing to be America's most progressive aviation center. The purposes of the congress are praiseworthy. The congress itself is likely to be of great iru- jiortajice. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

pp- liot ery Icll- In IMSI- Hch ?•". -• - ■ • 1 'P. . _ t'vf c.' 'SKr: ' • • " "T' ' H ' ' * ' . ■ ______ ^ , v THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN IKES CUE OF 5 CHILDREN Mr*. Taylor's Sickness Ended by Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ftoxbury, Mass.—"I suffered contin- ually with backache and was often de- spondent, had dizzy 1 spells and at my I monthly periods it | was almost impos- sible to keep around at my work. Since my last baby came two years ago my back nas been worse land no position I Icould get in would ■relieve it, and doc- Itor's medicine did Inothelp me. Afriend recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound and 1 have found great relief since using it. My back is much better and I can sleep well. I keep house and have the care of five children so my work is very trying and I am very thankful I have found the Compound such a help. 1 recommend it to my friend3 and if you wish to use this letter 1 am very glad to help any woman suf- fering as I was until I used Lyd'a E. Pin...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Kusk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and fnit Il tier OFFICE l'HONE 3 16 SUBSUitll'TlON HATKS 1 >ii« Year - - #1.S0 Six Months - - Three Mouths - - Tills paper stops at expiration of suVsoi lp- tlon. No paper ••forced'* on anyone. Entered as second-class matter July !• . Oil), at the postoftlee at Husk. Texas. ui.('"r he Act of March 3. 1H79. I Matter intended for publication should he sl^tie^. Address matter for the iie\v*pap«:r The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Texas hotels promise to reduce rates, so we are told by news items in the daily press. But a promise isn't recognized by an> cash register we ever encounter- ed. The big Texas State Fair is now on and many are the pil- grims that are heading that way-i Statement Of the Ownership, Management, etc.. re- quired by the Act of Congress of August •J4, 1912. of The Husk Cherokeean, published at Husk. Texas for October t. H*-1- STATIC OF TEXAS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

. PSBg^l" .-.... ,,. I 9 Many Kinds ot Snobbishness. All snobs do not live in big bouses and ride around in yachts. Some of them don't know where their next mcol is coming from— yet they are snobs nevertheless. A snob is a person who, for some reason best known to him- self, thinks he is better than oth- er people. Necessarily he has to admit a few others to his society. Man, -even when he is a snob, has to have company. But there are snobs who are coal miners, and snobs who are hod carriers, and [hundreds of thousands of snobs who are hotel clerks and butlers and head wait- ers. The little colored boy who gets an old red vest to wear becomes instantly a snob, and is intoler- ant and haughty in his manner toward all the little colored boys of his acquaiutance. In a little western town, three boys who had been to Chicago became hopeless snobs and look- ed down with pitying contempt on all the other boys in town be- cause none of them had ever What Government Can Do. Let us not imagin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

I I OYSTERS To suit the popular taste, and perhaps that lias something to do with the volume of business he does in that line. The Oyster Season is on now and we're serving them as of old. Do Not Forget That We Have Choice Box and Bulk Candies. 1 C. & W. BAUER | Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. FcW i.J-'i Modern Com eniences* Your family deserves all the advan- tages that your friends and neighbors provide for theirs. So why not give them the popular conveniences of the modern home. Free them from the distaste of using old- fashioned equipment — out-of-date methods. Let them enjoy life to the fullest. We are prepared to install a complete water system in any home — large or small. Let us figure on plumbing for yuur home now. Repair work done prompt- ly, neatly and efficiently. BEN F. PRYOR Rusk, : : : : : Texas Tim's, Are They Hard? These are hard times—hard only in that they try our mettle and endurance. There are rea- sons, of course. Europe is still struggling; taxes, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

Society and Clubs <*XCrs. W. L. tftCartin, Editor, Phone 69 .'•V v'1. •sL$fe? gpn #1 1 Entre Nous. One of the pretty affairs of last week was the party given at the Asylum to the Entre Nous Club and their husbands with Mrs. W. J. Johnson, Mrs. Charles Guinn and Mrs. Charles Kerr as host- esses. This club has been (lis banded for the summer months Wednesday Club. Mrs. Lee Guinn was hostess to her social club Wednesday after- noon. The club 42, was played resulting in Mrs. Priest winning the pin and Mrs. Ollie Coupland the bouquet of club colors. At five o'clock a two course 850 DISASTER DEATH TOLL FOR 01 YEAR Red Cross Gives $1,871,000 Re- lief When 65,000 Families Are Made Homeless. and this party was the opening luncheon was served to tiie club of the winter's social season. |members;and the following guests: The rooms given over to the Mesdames J. O. Coupland, Will hospitality were beautifully ar- Copeland, Jiin Summers, Yates ranged with autumn leaves and | Smith, James Doss, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

•••" ' -> THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN GIRLS! GROW THICK LONG, HEAVY HAIR WITH "DANDERINE" n_rLiQ «W\ i"uWWW*n^**^ Buy a 85-eent bottle •f "Danderlne." One application ends aU dandruff, stops Itching and falling hair, and, In a few moments, you have doubled the beauty of your hair, it will ap- pear a mass, so soft, £ lustrous, and easy to do up. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks use, when you see new lialr —fine and downy at * first—yes—but really new hair grow- ing all over the scalp. "Danderine'* Is to the hair what fresh showers e{ rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, Invigorates and strengthens them. This delifiUt- ful, stimulating tonic helps thin, life- less, faded hair to grow long, thick, heavy and luxuriant.—Advertisement Bulgai.an mothers teucli their baliiee to eat hot pepi ers. Upset Stomach, Gas, Indigestion "Pape's Diapepsin" gh'es Relief in Five Minutes "Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest, surest relief for Indigestion, Gasef...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

I NyON •3 «CTU®Eg COPYfBIG-HT THE BOBBS-MERR.ILL COMPANY "MY LASSIE!" Synopsis.—Jane Harding, respect- able and conservative old maid- but never too old to think or mar riage — with more money than minded ppinBter, Miss lli^slesby- Browne, Into financing an expedi- tion to hunt for buried treasure on Leeward island. Her niece, Vir- ginia Harding, undertaking to stop her, gets on the vessel and Is un- willingly carried along. By no means concealing her distaste for the expedition and her contempt for Its members, Virginia makes the acquaintance of the Honorable Cuthbert Vane. Talking with Dugald Shaw, leader of the expedi- tion, Virginia very frankly ex- presses her views, practically ac- cusing SJiaw and the other mem- bers of the party, Including a somewhat uncertain personage Captain Magnus, and a shady "financier," Hamilton H. Tubbs, of being In a conspiracy to defraud .Tane Harding. Handing on the Island is a matter of some difficul- ty, Virginia being carried ashore In the arms...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 October 1921

*W I have just returned from the city markets where I have purchased an excellent line of goods. Some are already here and on display and more will be arriving from day to day. I have a New Line of Fall Hats in the various shades and forms. I have a complete stock of NATURE S RIVAL, and VANITY FAIR Lingerie. A new line of NECKWEAR just In. I take great pride in the line of LEATHER PURSES in all the latent attractive styles that I have to offer you. \ ou will want one. Th<ty are the last word in snappiness. / BUC1LLA and HOYAL SOCIETY packages of Embroidery. The Gift Shop, Mrs. J. F.Johnson, Prop. ■■ n ii ini—-^it==3cr: RED CROSS GIVES ANNUAL BUDGET $19,361,657 Allotted for Cur- rent Program of Relief and Service. m Smart One-Piece Wool MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID □□one WE THANK YOU For the patronaee pxtended to us since we have taken charge of the Boyd Market. We think you will agree with us that we are serving nice, de- licious meats, and quality is in every cut we sell. REMEMBER w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

VOL. 3 rusk Cherokeean RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921 NO. 16 ell | ge m- |ds, led. 1)0. 3011 fiat lght |na- }ep- •ar- Hn- Jun- I). di- If tel- ftice me, iber to ard. oiks :ean more thly iessi- mess man eavy the erive lilos- dog be- Cotton Receipts Small. Receipts at the Rusk cotton yard have been very small. The weather Has been ideal for gath- ering the crop and mos(t of it is gathered but we just have not the cotton to gather. On Mon- day Weigner Fred Goodson had only 861 bales to report which is away below the receipts for last year. The Butler gin had ginned 427 bales and the Pryor gin 132; oth- er gins about the district had a like falling off in receipts. Stood Shock Well. Do you think you could fall 2000 feet and live? We hardly think we could; in fact about the only person who could do the feat would be a politician who is used to the hard jolts?. Repre- sentative Roy C. Fitzgerald of Ohio in company with J. A. Mc- Cready, aviator, were on their way f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

«* mm- WW1 Mm 1 vX<1 ■ JvK; sep- SHOP MEN AND CLERKS MAY JOINRAIL STRIKE ONE-HALF MILLION EMPLOYEE* IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS PLANNING WALK-OUT* THE RVSK CHEROKEEAN EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST Seeking Way to Prevent Tie-Up Washington.—The Government In seeking means to avert the national calamity of a general railroad strike. Drastic measures would ho employed ,to keep in operation, it was indicated, should persuasive methods fail to bring the railroad workers and their employeia Into agreement. High of- ficials of the Government regard a tie-np as Impossible, and will utUiz« every means of preventing It. Howat Suspended From Union Office. 1 Pittsburg, Kan—President J. L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers of (American Thursday took a hand in the (outlav mine strikes which have caused almost complete stoppage of coal mining in the Kansas district by suspending Alexander Howat, insur- ant leader, who called the strikes '•■4 who now is in jail. Lewis' action jcaa* ae the climax o...

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