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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

xdUC SUSK CHSBOKEBAN PAGE THBEJB * r </ ' ? 1 n r 1 A • i SB&Zie/it'SayA Deacon Miller missed a payment and lost control of his car. • ) . v 'C^ :V:'i ■PTsj / Lihc ■7 V*MSHj i v. ^■ee.xsjmDMJuua^m FOR FLOWERS AND PLANTS Lime sweetens the soil, invito rats tiio plants and im- proves the quality of production. The potash and phos phoric acid furnish d tin soil through Is desirable for cultivated plants. >: >! £ H m n j; k. :: i Si | L"i ffl I 3 (Hi i iK! M Box A Candidate For Reelection. I am a candidate for reelection. While at home last summer and autnmn, following my custom, I visited several communities in every county in the district The people said to me then, without any coaxing by me, and have spontaneously and abundantly written me since then, that a de cided majority want me to con- tinue to serve them. One man, especially a junior member of the minority party, can do little enough hi re, at best. Extended acquaintance, experience and seniority give to him who h...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

fflp §:h ■ i' t. L/ PAGE FOUR THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ♦!♦ rADFI ANH'C 6PDVVPP ANTI ...*• ■■ ■- iirnr ♦!♦ T t ❖ f t t ? f t t t ? f t Y f f f ❖ t ❖ t ♦> ♦♦♦ |U ♦t I ❖ s ♦i* I ❖ 1 g. ❖ 1 ♦:♦ i ❖ i ♦:♦ ■ 1 f ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ v ■ ❖ ■ ❖ 1 ❖ 1 ❖ ❖ V ❖ **• v v «?♦ ❖ ♦> ❖ ❖ *:♦ WE CtU VOW ATTENTION To the fact that nothing proves the real value of work like time. We have been here for many years, and our work speaks for itself. OUR GUARANTEE MEANS SOMETHING B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER GRADUATION TIME .IS NEAR. And you should be picking out that present for your loved one on this happy occasion. Look Over Our Line of DIAMONDS, RINGS, AND OTHER SUITABLE GIFTS ODOM DRUG CO. niiiiiiiiiiiii Save the Freight And know what you are Getting by buying YOUR FURNITURE From us, and if you will get our prices, and inspect our stock you will be convinced. Your Credit rs Good With Us B. F. SHERMAN iBS!!!ii!iininiDinii!iiiiuiiiii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii:ninnii!iii!iiiii[iii]min!i[iininiHuii;in!iii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

1SP ' THE RUSK CHEEOKEEAN page ttvr ■ Personal Items Mrs. W. M. Bridges, Mrs Ruth Ciyie|Le«4ue Canvasses "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. %Cut flowers, pot planta, funeral dV is. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Malone Armstrong of Alto, was here Friday. Hon. T. N. Jones of Tyler, was a visitor here last Friday. Williams and Miss Bernice Wil- liams attended a Woodman Circle meeting at Palestine, Thursday. When you Drop your watch think of Wal-drop. Miss James, who has been here visiting her sister, Mrs. Schluter, returned to her home at Houston, last Friday. Vote On "Favorites.' AH kinds of Field and Garden Seed on display at Jay's. Fruits and vegetables of all kinds, at Jay's. Messrs and Mesdames J. H. Holcomb and Howard Boozer spent the week end in Huntsville, visiting at the home of W. K. Sublett. W. H Hanna was a visitor in Tyler, last Thursday. All the latest hits in records at—Wa :d rops. Mrs. Lutie McDonald, of Da1 j la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

PAGE SIX THE RUSK CHEROKEEAK Z*. vKl J i The Rusk Cherokeean 1\ weekly Fr;J*y; ryi I Co my, T a weekly newspaper published *very Pr;4*>; -mi ruing at Rusk, Cherokee Texas. ■ II* O. W.lillt, Fditur and Publisher ! Pearl L. Ward, Asst. 1""<1 it or & Pub OHicc Plione 316 ' Entered us secund-'.-lPas matter, July 16. 1919. at the postoflice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act ol March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months. -75 Three Months -40 The man who succeeds is the one who takes care of the over- head and uuderlvet accounts. o The ambition of some young people seems to be to smell like the front end of a drug store The man who used to get drunk and whip his wife e/ery other Saturday night, is no more. He h is bten succeeded by the man who gets whipped everj Thursday night for not bringing home 'he Saturday Evening Post. A woma dress th " if it was money. iil pay $59.50 for a j ? would not look at irked 50.00, even About the only real use that can be found for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

X ii THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Held "Dead" Language Had Peculiar Charm Children of Hie Ilfttlte race wno went to school In Asia Minor about 1000 B. 0. IllUl to lofi:-:i i! ■ . I:iir:u:"' '=t just us the modern schoolboy learns Latin. Baked cln.v tablets found in the^pital city of tIn; ancient llittiic omiHW" linve In'i ii deciphered by scholars who say tliat ci; lit languages nre represented on tlii'iii, written In the neat, wedv shaped characters known a:; cuiicihiii writing. The Sniiierinn l.-i:'.;tmge was then long dead, but the Hittllte learned it and tin lit It to tl: ;r children h. cause they belie\ <] that <■!:;'rr i - sung in the old language were peculiarly effective. In some or the tablets the Sunierian text Is followed by eolim.ns contain- ing I lie same text translated into of- ficial Ilittlte language and into Buliy- loniau and also a cnluiiin pronouncing the Sumeriun words. Babylonian was apparently the language of diplomacy among the Hittiles. Several thousand tablet;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1928

ifF TH1 >08lt CHBROKEEAN m tan b Called By Death. Dallas Good Will Boosters In Rusk. Mrs. Sarah Minton Schochler departed this life at her late home, at Jones Chapel, in this county, on the 13fh. inst., and funeral services and interment took place at the local Baptist church at 10:00 a. m , Saturday, April 14th.. being conducted by Rev. Sweater, and attended by the relatives and a large con- course of neighbors and friend.*, Deceased was comparatively young, being but 52 years of age, nearly all of which had been spent in the community where she resided when death overtook her. Sarah Minton was tirst married to Thos. Loban, who died many years ago. To them one child, Mrs. J. B. Hendricks, of Jones chapel, was born, and who is a- mong the survivors. She was married the second time to J. B. Schochler, who also survives, and to them one child, Miss Ola, was born, and is left to mourn the irreparable loss of her mother. Mrs. Schochler had been a consistent and devoted member of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

'*'' 'wf - / r.K ' m-: ' V 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. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 2<i 1928 VOL. 9. No. 46 Commissioner's Court Makes A Good Deal. County Judge Bolton and the full compliment of the Commiss- ioners Court, met a like body from Anderson county, at the railroad crossing of the Southern Pines Lumber Company, over the Neches river, last Friday, and negotiated one of the best deals ever put over in the interests of the municipalities The Lumber Company had no further use for the big and sub- stantial bridge they had con- structed and used for hauling lumber from Anderson county to their big mills at Diboll camp, and offered to make a sacrifice by turning it to the two counties for a practically nominal sum. The result of the conference was that the counties acquired the bridge, just as it stands, for $1200, and it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

TWO IBS RUSK CHEROKEEAN IP K Special Invitation T t f ? 1 ? ? t ❖ ❖ t f T t | t t X ♦> f & T T ♦> ? t t T You and your friends are cordially- invited to attend Our Free Cooking School to be held in Rusk THURSDAY and FRIDAY, April 26 and 27. School starts promptly at 2 o'clock each afternoon. :::::: We have been most fortunate in securing the services of Nrs. Rogers to conduct this Cooking School and demonstration of our wonderful A. B. Gas Ranges. Mrs.. Rogers is well known all over the South as one of the best students of home economics. She has devoted much time and study to the an- cient art of cooking and baking, and we feel that the benefits derived from this school will acquaint each housewife present with the ease, simplicity, and efficiency of cooking and bak- ing on our aristocratic line of A-B-Gas Ranges. Dixie Gas & Fuel Company ? ? i ♦% X East Side Square I ± "COMMUNITY BUILDERS 1* Telephone 226 ? t ± ? t f ± t t t t t f ? i t t t t t t t i t f J. H. MOSELE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

* PAGE THKKV Senator Fairchild Injured In Wreck. Lufkin, April 19.—The condit- ion of State Senator I. D. Fair- child, who was seriously hurt in an automobile accident near Ty ler a few days ago and who was taken to a Dallas hospital, is re ported as not being as bad as was anticipated Although his hip was broken and other bones fractured, the report from his bedside Thursday was to the effect that he would be able to return home within a month and no crippled condition would result from the injury to his hip of the Tobacco toasted 'mm t 7Mf< '<-■" W&BL P 1&1FF y: ',y x ■ M. KM x ' ' • •:«Rr mm LLOYD WANER Noted Star of the Pittsburgh P rates, writes: "When I arrived at the Pitts- burgh training camp I noticed my brother Paid smoked Lucky Strikes exclu- sively, and hecxplained why. You will agree that ive were in a close and exciting Pen- nant race and it certainly called for splendid physical condition to xvithstand the tax and strain upon one's nerves and ivind. Like...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

Jfl t * I 1 T ? t t t t T t t ❖ * v ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ t t ❖ f ❖ ♦:♦ f t f t t t f t ? ? t ❖ ❖ f ? v ❖ ❖ t t ? V t t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ f T f ❖ f f f ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦!♦ ❖ ❖ ❖ *<*j IffiCUI VOW 111 To the fact that nothing proves the real value of work like time. We have been here for many years, and our work speaks for itself. OUR GUARANTEE MEANS SOMETHING B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER JUilllUMilll^ll!l:lUlIi!ll:llIl!lItt[lllillUilllllll!l1lll^ullUilUlutllllllltillUllIUllUllUUllUllUillIl^!nIDlIliilHlluu,. Save the Freight And know what you are Getting by buying YOUR FURNITURE OPEN SEASON ON GAME FISH STARTS MAY isr We Mave Everything to be Desired in the Way of Tackle and Equipment. SANCO HOT WATER HEATERS No. 20 No. 30 No. 40 $50.00 $65.00 $80.00 Your Water Stays Hot on a Tiny Pilot Light. LICENSED AND BONDED PLUMBERS ALL EXAMINED BY THE STATE OF TEXAS WE LIVE HERE. AND WANT OTHERS TO LIVE HERE Our products are al' put up right in our own Bakery, Always Fresh and Inviting, and we have everything i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

m ■A.. I THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items S-T It Bay it Say it with ours. Cat flowers, pot pUrnta, funeral demgn*. Mrs. Herman Shields and daughter, of Tyler, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hudson. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Several candidates are billed to be in town Saturday. Malcolm Guinn was in Tyler, Tuesday, on business. Fruits and vegetables of all kinds, at Jay's. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Roberts of Tyler, were here Monday. When you Drop your watch think of Wal-drop. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chapman Mrs. Charlie fChapman and Mrs, Rich Tucker visited relatives in Palestine, last Friday. Hon. S. H. Sanders of Center, was here Tuesday interviewing the voters, he being a candidate for the 2nd district. J. Bascorn Evans of Huntsville, visited here the first of the week in the home of his sister, Mrs. Ella Evans and with other rela- tives. Miss Luriine Moore of Alto was a visitor in our citv, Monday. When you ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

gLS SIX OA Pw*lf Pkaw^lf «w I fw vhviwkvwii i WMkly Mnpiyw DKHnUnf it O. WABD, Editor and Publisher PmiI L Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Sintered as second-claas matter, July 16, 1919. at the poetoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. ■ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Montht .76 Three Months .40 What a woman saves on her allowance she keeps, and what her husband saves she spends. o If it cost as much to clothe a man as it does a woman some of us would pro as thinly clad as our sister. It is a deplorable (ailing or misfortune, that of talking in one's sleep, especially where it is a man who lets the affairs of the world bear too heavily on bis mind. He may experience no ill results unless he happens to get to talking about "Mamie." AN EXHILARATING EFFECT A bottle of Herbine on the shelf at home is like having a doctor in the house all the time. It gives instant relief when the digestion geta out of order or the bowels fail to act. One or two do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

< Inm i * ; 1,' I \ THJB RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcement in this column are made subject to the Democratic Nom- inating'Primary, to be hold on July 24th., 1928. For Congress Second Congressional District S. H. SANDERS Of Shelby County For Representative H. T. BROWN. For County Attorney W. E. STONE For Tax Collector ALBERT HOLCOMB A. R. ODOM J. W. PEARSON P. B. (Pete) MUSSLEWHITE. For County Clerk F. C. BINGHAM For District Clerk A. M. VINING ELLA MAE CORNELISON. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, E. L. PENLAND E. S. ERWIN For County Judge J. J. (Capt.) BOLTON ALTON B. CHANDLER For,Sheriff i. C. (Dred) MARTIN R. R. GRAY For Tax Assessor C.L. (Dixie) ARNWINE Second Term. For County Treasurer Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS Mrs. E (Gene) DUPREE Ftor Commissioner, Prec. No 1 LOUIS BULTER E. M. GOODSON A. G. (Bud) ODOM For Publi Weigher, Pre. No. 1 W. T. BROWN ALBERT PHIFER A. F. LANIER V. T. ECHOLS. For Justice of the Peace. Prec. 1. J. 0. COUPLAND. For Constable ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 April 1928

EIGHT TBS BUSS CHKROKEEAN I 1 I Wins Plea T« Finish Sentsncs. Austin, April 23.—At her own request, Mary Houston will be allowed to serve the remainder of a 22-year Cherokee county mur- der and arson sentence. The woman was paroled by former Governor Miriam A. Fer- guson to Mrs. L. D. Evans, Port Arthur, but has returned to the prison and asked revocation of the clemency, Governor Moody's proclamation granting that re- quest, last Monday. Why she preferred the term, instead of freedom, was not made known. This recalls one of the most revolting crimes ever committed in Cherokee county, which was enacted about ten years ago. down below Morrill, in the south part of the county. The accused, a colored woman, was convicted of murder and ar- son, being given twenty years on the former charge and two years on the latter. The facts at the trial disclosed that the accused had become jealous of her hus- band and thaT the object of the jealousy had given birth to a child. The Houston woman wen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1928

wmn The 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. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAV 3, 1928 VOL. 9. No. 47 BIG REVIVAL AT THE METHODIST CHURCH CLOSES The series of revival meetings held at the Rusk Hethodist Church, beginning on the 15th. ult. and clos- ing last Sunday night, was one of the most successful and inspiring ever held in this city. The preaching was conducted by Rev. T. W. Barbham, pastor of the Methodist church, at Pampa, Texas, assisted by John Quincy Adams in leading the singing and with Mrs. Barbham at the piano. Each and every service was well attended and the interest started at the very first and increased with each succeeding one, until practically all were attending before the close. Rev. Barbham is truly a powerful, earnest, capable expounder of the faith and brought appealing, im- pressive messages to his congerations, and won the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1928

THE RU3K CHEROKEE A.N P.'.GE TWO •j* mi mi hiiii Uj|iMII1llfflliaifflllllll lllll^ £ ? V ❖ * f t ? T ? ? f ? ? t ? V t f ? t ? ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ i tl ❖ a f 1 t 1 t 1 v ■ ❖ ■ ❖ ■ 11 11 f ■ f 1 f I ❖ a WE WERE HERE Before the Gas Works Started And made a living, and helped keep up the country and are still on the job. Plumbing is Our Business. OUR GUARANTEE MEANS SOMETHING B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER OPEN SEASON ON GAME FISH IS OPEN NOW <www SANCO HOT WATER HEATERS No. 20 $50.00 No. 30 $65.OO No. 40 $80.00 Your Water Stays Hot on ;i Tiny Pilot Light. WWW We Have Everything to be Desired in the Way of Tackle and Equipment. ODOM DRUG CO. LICENSED AND BONDED PLUMBERS ALL EXAMINED BY THE STATE OP TEXAS iFeel At Home Live at Home Bej at Home Eat at Home and always •wvwv ]. P. CRAM PIHBIK CO. Illllllllllllllll IlllllllllllllllilllllllllllilllllllillllllllillllllllllllllllllllO WE PAY THE FREIGHT! and save you money on FURNITURE I Quality Considered! jThere's no comparison of PricesI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1928

THE RUSK CHEKOKEEAN PAGE THREE ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcement in this column are mado. subject to the Democratic Nom- inati?':Primary, to be held on July 2«th., 1928. For Congress Second Congressional District S. H. SANDERS Of Shelby County For Representative H. T. BROWN. For County Attorney W. E. STONE For Tax Collector ALBERT HOLCOMB A. R. ODOM J. W. PEARSON P. B. (Pete) MUSSLEWHITE. For County Clerk F. C. BINGHAM For District Clerk A. M. VINING ELLA MAE CORNEL1SON. For Superintendent ol' Public Instruction, E. L. PENLAND E. S. ERWIN For County Judge J. J. (Capt.) BOLTON ALTON B. CHANDLER ForlSheriif L. C. (Dred) MARTIN R R. GRAY For Tax Assessor C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE Second Term. For County Treasurer Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS Mus. E. (Gene) DUPREE For Commissioner, Prec. No. 1 LOUIS BULTER E. M. GOODSON A. G. (Bud) ODOM ForPubli Weigher, Pre. No. 1 W. T. BROWN ALBERT PHIFER A. F. LANIER V.T ECHOLS. For Justice of the Peace, Prec. 1. J. 0. COUPLAND. For Constable Precinct No. 1 J. F. KIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1928

The Rusk Cherokeean A. weekly newspaper F1M11 morning at 1 Ceuty, Texaa. )ubliah«d every tuak, Cherokee H- O. WABD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered aa second-claaa matter, July 16, 1919, at the posteffice at Rusk, Teocaa, under the Act ef March 8, t$79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month* — .76 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place on earth, If his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats,- I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." It is not so much a matter of the quality and color of the modern dress as it is to get covered buttons to match. o Those of us who have no children of our own would -^lake excellent bankers, as we know how to say "no" and mean it. o The modern housewife is a super- ior being. Se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1928

,:v V. ■' ■■ ™*ww~ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "Say It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. NRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Gene Finley, of Huntsville is here this week. S. R. McKee of Jacksonville, was here Monday on business. DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. J. D. (Pete) Williams, Oscar Man- ning, Miss Pauline King and Mary P. McDaniel attended the ball game at Palestine Sunday afternoon. A. M. Vining was in Troup, last Friday, evidently on legal business, as he is certainly not running for office in Smith county. Especially in warm weather you want your meats fresh pure and wholesome, just as you always find them at Stovall's market. W. M. Copeland has been confined to his room the past fortnight, with an aggravating llness, but we are pleased to note that he is improving. Dupont Paint will give you satisfaction. Sold by Rusk Hi] w. & Und Co. A. B. Chandler wen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1928

i-V BUI THE RUSK CHEKOKEEAN CHICKEN COMMUNICATION Dear Editor: Since the town of' Rusk is advo- cating and encouraging the growth of flowers, perhaps the editor of the emblem of truth can tell us just how we can raise flowers and at the same time entertain our neighbor's chickens. The C. of C., or some civic body, I understand offered prizes for flow- ers grown, but those of us who look out and see the results of long hours of labor being completely devastated by one lone hen, there is indeed no earthly reward As a lover of beauty, of color, (I've noted your red tie) I feel sure you will decide the case in favor of flowers, but how is this to be achiev- ed? "What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world, tho' he lose his soul?" And certainly there is nothing in the sight of an over active chicken in your flower bed to inspire one to thoughts or acts of purity. Can you slay the chicken editorially? Subscriber ELDER J. C. DANNER We are heartily in sympathy with the writer and t...

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