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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

■ • ™ - ■'-A' T • •• .■:■. ■'.• ™ ■ mmniim** m The 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, MAY 10, 1928 VOL. 9. No. 4y Demecratic Conventions Quite Harmonious NEW MUNICIPAL HALL IS NEARING COMPLETION The mass conventions of the two voting precincts convening in Rusk, which were held last Saturday afternoon, were well attended and considerable in- terest manifested. In Precinct No. 14, after the election of Capt. J. F. Beall as chairman and R. L. Shearon as secretary, the following pledge was adopted. "I am a Democrat and will support the nominee of the Houston Convention." Resolutions were adopted denouncing the Republican party for graft, bribery and corruption in office; endors- ing the Eighteenth Amend- ment; Dan Moody for dele- gate-at-large to the National convention, and invoking the unit rule. In Precinct No- ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN ■ Protect Your Investment CITATION BY PUBLICATION. JV,;. Sr in Your Model T Ford THE Ford Motor Company is making a new car, but it is still proud of the Model T. It wants every owner of one of these cars to run it as long as possible at a minimum of expense. Because of this policy and because of the investment that millions of motorists have in Model T cars, the Ford Motor Company will continue to make parts until, as Henry Ford himself says, "the last Model T is off the road." More than eight million Model T Fords are still in active service, and many of them can be driven for two, three and five years and even longer. So that you may get the greatest use over the longest period of time at the lowest cost, we suggest that you take your Model T Ford to the nearest Ford dealer and have him give you an estimate on the cost of any replacement parts that may be necessary. You will find this the economical thing to do because a small expenditure may enable you to ma...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

ttOB &U8K PAGE THBKB pc lie wl pi fo S' Tl Ml foi en ii|i - wl coi A. Mn thi pel anc dm I Coi of, Inn a at i aou Byl Many Peculiar Types of Medical "tzer.Jcrr." In primitive times medicine ami mjo- tlcisui were closely connected. out of priestcraft came tJ: > (in,, physicians. IT calling of physician was hand -d down from father to son mid many superstitious arose, sr.ch as the pe- culiar powers ascribed to the seve'.iUi son of a seventh son. The old Idea persists In many place*. Dr. Dan McKenzle, who has traced tlv evolution of the medicine man from the witch doctor and the priest physi- cian, lists thirteen types of folk doc- tors In tribes of southern Europe, In- cluding the peasant doctor who de- pends for his diagnosis on the Inspec- tion of excreted llulds; women doc- tors who learned their art by heredity, tnldwlves, bone setters, surgeons, tooth pullers, blacksmiths, skinners or (lay- ers and praying men. Of all the nations of the world, the United States has the most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

; Ml f 1 < —i r P ' if' L K.T • ■ B H PAGE FOUE THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN f mmmmmMmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - I i Ill— - -I—III Ilium — - X 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 GRADUATION DAY IS RIGHT AT HAND Come in and Pick a Suitable Gift for Her. <WWNA/ EVERYTHING APPROPRIATE AND DESIRABLE. ODOM DRUG CO. SANCO HOT WATER HEATERS No. 20 $50.00 No. 30 $65.00 No. 40 $80.00 Your Water Stays Hot on a Tiny Pilot Light. LICENSED AND BONDED PLUMBERS ALL EXAMINED BY THE STATE OF TEXAS Feel At Home Live at Home Be at Home Eat at Home and always T 't x ^A^AAAAAA^ I ). P. CRM. PLUMBING CO. Telephone 249 cr 305 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ❖ f t t ? f f t t t ? T t T ? T ? f ? ? ❖ f t f ? ❖ f f ❖ t T t f ❖ ❖ ❖ f t ? t t t f ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ A ❖ V WE PAY THE FREIGHT) | and save you money on| FURNITURE ! 301 301 PATRONIZE HOME IND...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

"^w^AwwSi? iMiirnr iffifrr ** THE RUSK CHEEOKEEAK Personal Items "Say ll With Flower*." Say ii^.ith ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Wni. Blanton, J. R. Crimm, El- ; mer Holcomb and and Cad Boyd, of Alto, wore county seat visitors Tuesday. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Group Conference Hon. George B. Terrell, State Commissioner of Agriculture, of Austin, was ',in Rusk, Tuesday, attending the county convention. S. R. Weatherhy of Troup, was a visitor here Monday. Clinton Harrison, of Alto, was a Tuesday visitor in Rusk. DROP yoyir watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. P. H. Morton, of Craft, was in our city, Tuesday. Marcellus Rambeau visited with friends in Alto, Saturday evening and Sunday. C. K. Norwood, Eugene Roach, Jim Roach and W. C. Bolton, of Majdelle, were here Tuesday at- tending County Court. Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Peacock of Turney, were here last Thursday evening, and attended the recital of Mrs. Hugh Lester's e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

===== TBS BUSK GHSftOKSKAH I I It- ie Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newapapar published wry Friday morning at Ruak, Cherokee County, Texu. H* O. WABD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 Entered as second-clMi matter, July 16, 1919. at the poctefflce at Ruak, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year t 1.80 Six Months .W Three Month* .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 just as natural for some people to work as it is for them to breathe, and they do it for the same reason. When we contemplate some peo- ple we can but marvel at why the gold fish insists upon taking life so seriously. o A few decades ago the youth wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

m announcements. Announcement in this column are made subject to the Democratic Nom- inating Primary, to be held on July 21th., 1928. i 9 V f I t I « .1 it F> r 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 D- E. S ERWIN For County Judge J. J. (Capt.) BOLTON ALTON B. CHANDLER • For Sheriff L C. (Dred) MARTIN R. R. GRAY For Tax Assessor c. L. (Dixie) ARM WINE Second Term. For County Treasurer ' Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS f Mrs. E (Gone) DUPREE ' For Commissioner, Prec. No 1 LOUIS BULTER I E. M. GOODSON A. G. (Bud) ODOM V iForPubli Weigher, Pre. No. 1 W. T. BROWN , IJ ALBERT PHIFER A. F. LANIER V. T ECHOLS. For Justice of the Peace, Prec. 1. J. 0. COUPLAND. For Constable Precinct No...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1928

sm? =>>« PAGE EIGHT t j til i? 1 Mother's Day Program A special Mothers Day service will be hold at the 'eleven o'clock hoar, at the First M. E. Church, Sunday, May 13th., with the fol- lowioR program: Prelude- Miss Helen Smith. Invocation Choir Silent Piayer. Hymn—"Faith of Our Mothers" Apostle's Creed. Prayer, "Mother Machree"—Mrs. Shel- by, Mrs. Hatchett Mrs, Gregg Psalm No. 19. Gloria. Notices. Offeratory Miss Helen Smith "Old Fashioned Dear," by Ellis, Mrs. Shelby Sermon- Rev. J. F. Carter. Hymn, No. 516, "Sweet Hour of Praye r " — fiCong regation Benediction. Music Week Being Properly Observed EXPRESSIONS OF APPRECIATION Dallas, Texas May 2, 1928 Mr. I. R. Anfriche, Chamber of Commerce, Rusk, Texas. My dear Mr. Anfricht I want to extend to you thanks of the entire Dallas Good-Will Tour Party, for the splendid reception you gave us when we were your guests re- cently. Every member of the party thouroughly enjoyed the visit in Rusk and I will be grateful if you will convey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1928

i' i' ■ ■ .' r , i«fc Ji'f ; H « |§W tMH 1 ■ WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL CHEROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, I860. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1028 VOL. 9. No. 49 WACO IS TO RETAIN BAYLOR UNIVERSITY AN ALLEGED BOOTLEGGER OUTRUNS OFFICERS BULLETS The immortal 'eighteen, composing the re-location and re-re-location of the Baptist General Convention which has built, moved and removed so many colleges during the past three or four months, has again reversed itself and the beneral equilibrium of things, after voting seventeen to one to move Baylor University from Waco to Dallas, by deciding to let things stand just as they arc, pro- vided there is money enough in it. Under the terms of the proposed removal Dallas had agreed to put up something like a million and a half dollars for the use and improvement of the institution, but after a howl that was long an loud from the bank...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO CITATION BY PUBLICATION. SHE HAS NO FEAR OF NITROGLYCERIN lish language once a week for three consecutive weeks immediatly preced ing said day of sale in the Rusk Che- rokeean, a newspaper published in Cherokee County. Witness my hand, this 12 duy of May 1928 E. C. Martin, Sheriff, Cherokee County, Texas. By Ed Runnels, Deputy GIBRALTAR STRAIT BALiiS SWIMMERS NEW COACH AT LON MORRIS EXECUTIONER CAN WORK INFORMALLY Woman Hauls It to Fire-Fight ing Husband. 0" z! May Discard W. M. "Bill" McCluney 'If you can't beat them, join Usr. rs ir-G~ Ox-es3 j Berlin.—Although strong feeling against capital puuUtuent exists in German intellectual circles, the newly projected penal code contains no abo- lition clause and aims merely at establishing a uniform process of exe- cution. The law now in force decrees that the death penalty in the reich must be Inflicted by means of beheading, but in parts of Germany different methods of decapitation, based on an- cient local ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1928

announcements . Announcement in this column are made subject to the Democratic. Nom- inating Primary, to be held on July 2#th., 1028. ; j' - X . ' ... THE RDSk CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE | ■ ; For Congress Second Congressional District ^ S. H. SANDERS t Of Shelby County -i s Por State Senator H. T. BROWN Of Jacksonville , £ i B. B. PERKINS Of Rusk g For County Attorney " W. E. STONE "*"* 4 . r- | For Tax Collector-1 r ALBERT HOLCOMB A. R. ODOM H I J. W. PEARSON i ■ ' ' P. B. (Pete) MUSSLEWHITE. ? For County Clerk | F. C. BINGHAM J ■f ' v J■ For District Cierk" A. M. VINING ELLA MAE CORNELrSON. For Supcrintend^Ti't of Public Instruction, E. L. PENLAND ; i' E. S ERWIN For County Judge J. J. (Capt.) BOLTON ALTON B. CHANDLER For Sheriff L. 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 For Commissioner, Prec. No 1 LOUIS BULTER E. M. GOO US ON A G. (Hud) ODOM I | For Publi Weigher, Pre. N'o. 1 W ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1928

N" H I EUflt CHXBOKSEAM AGS FOUK Tib U Htrifcfrin S3, t. H- Ob WARD, Editor and PnUbki PmH L. Wu4, Am*. Uitoi * Pub (NBm Pkrae Sit Those were really good old day# when the • school teachers were not required to have any e durational qualifications and were not sup- posed to supply the scholars with brains. j The man who was out hunting I and met with the misfortune to have ————————- | a squirrel drop an ear of corn on •a Mcoad rl«* matUr, July. j,jg },ea(j( had nothing on the man 1#1Ld ^•lArt,Se*M,|ttCh Iin Temple who had a house slip over I on him. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yur « 1.50 7S .40 OUR CREED ; NOTHING LIKE IT ON EUH< • The new treatment for torn flesty cut^ , wounds, Bores or lacerations that ii detsi I such wonderful work in flesh healing; is . the Borosone liquid and powder eombma- . tion treatment. The liquid Borosone i is ; a powerful antiseptic that purifies the wound of all poisons and infectioua<gtmw, while the Boroione powder is thtigmt There is nothing like it o ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1928

() s>>- If ( Mr. and Mr3. James Kerr and chil- dren of Houston, were visitors here from Friday until Tuesday with re- latives. Personal Items <Pr fSr'HH' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE "Say It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. 1 Mesdames C. II. Fitts, C. W. ' Bonge, and O. S. Beall and Thomas t Fitts spent Wednesday and Thursday i at Greenville attending a convention i of the Christain ehurrh. Mrs. R. Currey of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Currey of Marshall, visited their sister-in-law Mrs. Donnelson here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lester went to Greenville and Celeste, Saturday, to spend Mothers Day With Mrs. Lester's parents, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Harvey and family of Lindale, spent the week end with their daughter Mrs. R. C. Isgate. Miss Hope Harvey will spend several weeks here with her sister. DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1928

11 $;i ft* •- I * | s II / tOKBEAN iTlON The appalling increase in the num- ber of accidents bring* about a need for the betterment of automotive conditions. I have therefore, endosed the Save A-Life Campaign as cover- ed by a Proclamation of Governor Dan Moody in effect May 19th. to June 9th. 1928. Prevention of motor car accidents, and reduction of resulting casualties, is a duty incumbent on every person in all walks of life. The mounting death rate of men, women and chil- dren, especially children—whose lives are crushed out annually or maimed and crippled permanently—should ar- rest the attention of every one to the performance .reducing accidents, a real humantarian act, "Save-A-Life Take your car to a dealer, Garage or Service Station, have it inspected and an official State inspected label put on the windshield. I urge motorists, therefore, to be exceedingly careful when passing children playing in streets or on sidewalks and be ready to act in- stantly if they should dart i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 May 1928

$ ■ -j'4' ■ igip . The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1928 VOL. 9. No. 50 imM J. W. GREGG SERIOUSLY INJURED BY A TRUCK J. W. Gregg, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Company, was painfully and possibly seriously injured by being struck by the trailer of a truck, about five o'clock Tues- day evening. Mr. Gregg had been to Jackson- ville, accompanied by his daughter, who had been taking treatment at a sanitarium, and when just this side of the filling station at Oakland, four miles West of Rusk, and near the bridge at the foot of the long hill, had a tire puncture. He got out to fix it, and whiie so engaged a big truck owned by the Gulf Pub- lic Service Company and driven by one of its employes, came down the hill at what is reported a rather high rate of speed. Mr. Gregg saw the approaching tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 May 1928

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 May 1928

-• " • r m | v.-- V'S'v*W* -V ' ' •,. " i" v**-fcj K THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN CLING TO CUSTOMS OF CENTURIES AGO mt Tyrolese Recall Memories of Hannibal's C;:apaicnj. Ha^eton, Pa.—The congregation of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, which holds the distinction of being the first Tyrolese organization of its kind to be formed in America and which, with intense national pride, styles Itself Tyrolese even though the Trentlno now is part of Italy, has just dedicat- ed a handsome chapel at Its parish cemetery. Made of marble and perched on the slope that commands the burial grounds, the building makes an Impressive appearance when viewed from the Hazleton-Allentown-Phlla- delphia State highway. The celebration of All Souls' day at the cemetery also is a possibility now Hint this consecrated structure has been put Into use and this arrange- ment Is considered quite deslruble. The building also will be used for services at times that this stormy sec- tion of the state makes outdoor condi- tions intoler...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 May 1928

I < f. T. tptr «k O. WiSP, Baiter and PuMUW FmutI L> Ward, Ant. Editor Sc fob Office Phone S16 Entered as second-claw matter, July J 16, 1919. at the posteffice at Rusk.! Texas, under the Act of March S,' 1879. 1 . 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 0ns Year • 1-50 Wt Montht._- .76 Three Months *0 ' OUR CREED The sympathy of humanity has ever gone out of the good woman, feeling that her trials, tribulations and incessant worries were almost unbearable, but this has been explod- ed by the theory that worry causes loss of speech. SANDERS CHALLENGES BOX "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." Our idea of abject obscurity it | to be torn the fifth girl in a fam- ily of eight. o | Some men's idea of commercial...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 May 1928

«v • . 'r • . ' «■ b& • • • sv i:pv ■ ' 4 <W-' * / ! ' ty< f \ i, ' ' ' ' ' ' • • ,• .<r,, . « ;*!. itfcX 1 THE BUSK CHEEOKEEAN PAGE FIVE •M. II I £M Jf I f; H ;•; H' • I I Personal Items Decorate your porch furniture with Duco. Sold by Rusk Hdw. Co. "Sm It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Ella Mae Cornelison, of Jackson- ville, candidate for District Court Clerk, was meeting voters in the i county seat, Saturday afternoon. W. E. Stone, G. W. Gibson, T. A. Garner and Dr. J. T. Greenwood of Jacksonville, were here last week on legal business connected with the Jacksonville insurance agency. W. H. Shook of Dallas was a visi- tor here the first of the week. DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. Chas. E. McDonald of Jacksonville, was a business visitor here Saturday. Tom Love and two sons of Dallas, were visitors here Saturday. S. A. Krum of Tro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 May 1928

1 ■ I I y m ,'-y/Ww. mm. W^WfW^- THB BUSS CHKROKKEAN ST^INGEJI ON THE MAP Mr. Editor:. A very few people know where Stringer is located. I write a lew lines from this station, one mile East Rusk, on the East side of the ' tate Hospital. The Hospital including patients and employes has a population of 1,500 ftouls, the patients numbering 1,413. Dr. Thomas is a fine man and a business man, and handles the situa- tion to perfection, and is ever ready to extend the welcome hand of friendship with that cordial grip that makes ones heart feel glad. He had the south side wall torn down that was built by the convicts under Ward & Dorey lease system, 46 years ago, which is a greafc improvement to the place. He has used the old brick to bulid two large buildings for the chickens, on a beautiful lo- cation on top of a high mountain, near the standpipe, which furnishes water for the institution and it now contains 500 white leghorn hens. Dr. Thomas tells his farmer, Robt. McCrary, what he h...

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