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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 May 1928

\ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1928 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 9. N0.51 MAIL TROUBLE RELIEVED BY A STAR ROUTE Ever since the Cotton Belt was granted permission to discontinue one of its trains each way, over the Tyler-Lufkin branch, places along the route have been seriously handicap- ped by reason of having but one mail per day over the principal route, but this has been relieved by an order from the post office depart- ment, establishng a star route, which will undoubtedly be carried by the Cotton Belt's auxiliary, the bus line, while the advice does not so state the schedule and contract price would so indicate. The schedule nf the new service makes the mail from the south due here at 8:40 a. m., and from the north at 4:50 in the evening, which is virtually the same service enjoyed before the abanuoonment of the ...

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 — 31 May 1928

ni ; PAGE TWO THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN W II * i in Model T Fords Expenditure of few dollars may enable you to get thousands of miles from your old car THE Model T Ford is still a great car. It led the motor industry for twenty years and it is used today by more people than any other automobile. More than eight million Model T Fords are in active service in city, town and country, and many of them can be driven for two, three and five yeard and even longer at very small up-keep expense. The cost of Model T parts and of necessary labor is unusually low because of established Ford policies. New fenders, for instance, cost from $3.50 to $5 each, with a labor charge of to £2.50. Trning up the motor and replacing commutator case, brush and vibrator points costs only $1, with a small charge for material. Brake shoes can be installed and emergency brakes equalized for a labor chargc of onl;- $1.25. A labor charge of $4 to $5 will cover the overhauling of the front axle, rebushing springs and spr...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 May 1928

i gC.«wjb -O i (••iriin 11 .. •"•- ■■ JtK i _____ | *.....-, , -v ** ►**• ■* -■ *' • •*. V 'i*- «£' .K «*$• ~ II J i 'I ■ 8? # m m -wri A r- rif,?; i I rM DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES NAMED FOR CONVENTION Beaumont, Texas, May 25—As approved by the convention Wednes- day night, the list of district dele- Bates to the Houston national con- vention includes several celebrities, among them John Boyle of San Antonio and Dr. J. J. Taylor of State Press fame. Several Smith supporters are on the list, but they are in a hopeless minority compared with the aggre- gate of district and at large dele- gates. A list of the delegates by con- gressional districts follows; First—W. J. Pollard, Paris; Grover Sellers, Sulphur Springs. Second—A. A. Seals, Nacogdoches; A. VV. Denman, Lufkin. Third—Dr. M. L. Cox, Canton; E. B. Alford, Henderson. Fourth-—M. W. Muse, McKinney; E. F. Blakely, Bonham. Fifth—George C. Purl, Dallas; John Sharpe, Ennis. Sixth—J. E. Bradley, Groesbeck; Wayne R. Howell, Cameron. Seve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 May 1928

0 ' Bjnfc.' I^'f I | I ; I w gvV g, . ' O. WARD, Bditor and Publisher Pearl L Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 THE RUSK LITTLE HOPE HELD ROR SOLUTION OF MYSTERY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcemeut In this column are made subject to the Democratic Nom iojtting Primary, to be held on July 24th., 1928. task Cherokeean The only argument in favor of telling a 4ie instead of the truth lies in the fact that you can sometimes back out of the former, but the truth is hard to get away from, sometimes, o People with or without rooms can get board from us. For Congress Second Congressional District S. H. SANDERS Of Shelby County For State Senator H. T. BROWN Of Jacksonville It is not so inv li the inital cost I or extravagant price of these modern I evening dresses that hurts, and it is | enough, but the expense of taking her I to the functions where she can show Rntered aa second-clues matter, July 16, 1919, at the pocteffice at Rusk, Texaa, under the Act of March 8,it off, that counts. 18...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 May 1928

THE RUSE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE m Personal Items "Sajr It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Judge Scott, of Marshall was here last Friday, on court business Jim Nelson, constable of Alto was up Monday on busines. See our home made porch chairs. Rusk Hdw. and Undertaking Co. Robt. Fisher of Alto was a visitor here TuesJ.>, Dr. T. T. Murdock of Trinity spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. J. H. Forster. Carroll Gregg who has been at- tending school at Waxahachie return- ed home last week. ' C. T. Newman wds in Tyler, Tuej- ' day, attending the fiftieth wedding i anniversary of his sister, Mrs. D. L. Harirs. A fine rain fell over this section Monday evening, and while not as much as needed it proved a great relief, at least temporarily. Will Copeland was taken to Jack- sonville, Monday, for an examination. He was accompanied by Dr. R. C. Priest. Mrs. Emmett Houso and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 May 1928

■ m h •„ ■> THE RUSK KBEAN MEMORIAL SERVICES A REAL NOBLE ACT TOMATO SEASON TO OPEN yjfe: IM «: Eg) " 1 II 1' i • i 7 m m It now looks as if the tomato season will open Monday if favor- able weather will continue. It looks as if most of the tomatoes will be shipped green and paid for as soon as weighed, however if any- one cares to ship them and wait until returns come in then I will ship them on a commission the same as I have always done with the pinks. Be careful that you do not pick them too green for if you do they will not ship and will be a big loss to you. You that are not used to shipping green if you will come in you can see how they should be picked. It will be better if you will bring them in in baskets instead of loose in wagons or cars as they will not bruise that way much and they can be unloaded so much quicker. As soon as the tomatoes are weighed and culled your money will be ready. Yours respectfully, H. H. PFARR a serenade, by Bennett. Mingle, overture, by BAND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

v ' ' A .1 . , . 4C"' .■« " ' ■• t ■ . , . ■ K,-' W^'P^WI ' " "i 7 ■ :•" *•« . • ' tufa KK&' I-' *\ Bf B|9iir ' i ■ r Bfesi- 1 |gg;i.v 1 ■ mmk F ' U, • '#•'' fei u * 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.THUUSDAY, JITNK7, 1928 VOLUMK9. NO. 52 NEW SUPERINTENDANT OF SCHOOLS IS CHOSEN After mature deliberation, and canvassing the situation thoroughly the Board of Trustees of Rusk In- dependent School District elected Mr. Ivan H. Hensley, of Oklahoma City, to the position of Superintendent of our public schools for the coming year. Mr. Hensley comes highly recom- mended a~ an educator, and last year was employed as a teacher in the Harding College, located at Morrill- ton, Arkansas. He bears credentials showing that he possesses the re- quired ability and has the experience requisite to fill the position with satis fact...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

■* O. WAlD.HUttttudPvklMiM Furl L Wird, Awt. Editor & Pub | Office Phone 316 " Why GirU leave Home?" has long! in favor of Parlin and Orendorff been a much mooted qestion, but Company in a certian cause in said when we get a real close-up of some Court, No. 10113 and styled Parlin Cherokeean Announcement in this column are made subject to the Democratic Nom men we can but marvel why more and Orendorff CoQU\gny vs py, .to be held on July married women do not abandon the | Powell, et a), placed in my hand# 2«th., 1928. If yours is a hard lot build a house on it. for service, J, E. C. Martin as styertff of Cherokee County, Texas did on the 30th day of May 1&28, levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Che- rokee County, Texas, described a3 follows to-wit: All that certain tract or parcel of land, situated about 8 miles west—southwest of the town of Rusk, in Cherokee county, Tux.as, premises For Congress Second Congressional District S. H SANDERS Of Shelby County ) For State Sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

✓ « I Personal Items "Say It With Flower.." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Gregg Kurth is visiting his mother, Mrs. Nelle Kurth, having been at Nashville Tenn., attending school. Misses Miriam Chesser and Imo- gene Beard of Jacksonville were visi- tors here the first of the week. Miss Melba McKee of Mt. Selman, visited her aunt, Mrs. Alvin Sherman, the first of the week. E. R. Gregg made a visit to Nacog- doches Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shankles of Reklaw were visitors here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durham of Fas. trill were visitors here last Sunday. S. M. Adams of Nacogdoches was a business visitor here Tuesday. C. T. Newman made a business trip to Dallas, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chastain of Grapeland spent the week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Guinn of Dallas, are visiting in the F. B. Guinn Guinn home this week. Robt. L. Hudspeth of Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN = .. 4- t- -f ' - ' k5'1 > [ : , y\;: :w ^viHitcostme toby that car on time 9 " w. I I I I I i i I l t f I l HEN you buy a car for cash, you pay the factory price plus freight, war tax and delivery charges. When you buy on time, you pay an additional charge which in- cludes fire and theft insurance. This additional amount is known as a "finance charge." The finance charges on General Motors cars are low because the General Motors Acceptance Corporation was organized to assure sound credit practice and low rates to those of its customers who prefer to purchase on time. The Acceptance Cor- poration operates the GMAC Plan of pay- ment. The Plan is simple, fair and eco- nomical. Its large volume of business reduces costs. It is conducted to give you satisfaction and to keep your goodwill. When you buy a General Motors car on the GMAC Plan, ycu pay the cash delivered price — plus only the low GMAC financing charge—nothing more! The Plan is available only through Ge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

**s wWBE;r ■ l?4' IIrSI^SPBI T, ~ > _ CITATION BY PUBLICATION 10454 THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Chel-okee County, Greeting You are hereby commanded to summon Matilda Blanche Deem by making ^publication of this Citation once in each week for four succes- sive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, if there be a news- paper published therein, but if not, then any newspaper published in the Second Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper published in the nearest District to said Second Judicial District, to ap- pear at the next regular term of the District Court of Cherokee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Mon- day in July A. D. 1928, the same being the 2nd. day of July A. D. 1928, then and there to answer a peti tion filed in said Court on the 16th. day of May A. D. 1928 in a suit, numbered on the docket of sai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 June 1928

SHOT AND KILLED BY HIS FATHER-IN-LAW Claude Sadler, well known farmer of the Harmony Grove neighborhood some twenty-four miles southeast of Palestine, came to the city late Wed- nesday afternoon and surrendered to Sheriff Archie Brown. He stands charged with shooting and killing his son-in-law, H. P. Watkins, at the Sad- ler home, where Watkins and his wife were living, and where Watkins was working for his father-in-law on his farm. In a statement by officers, who say they quoted Sadler, he shot Wat- kins in self-defense. Constable Ave- ritte said Watkins and Sadler had been on the best of terms up to Wednesday morning, when they had a quarrel over the way Watkins was doing some plowing in the field. The killing followed at the house later, when Watkins returned from the field.—Anderson County Herald. READY TO SERVE TERM IN WHirPINC DEATH "Marlin, June4.—W. T. Hill, con- victed of aggravated assault on Wiley Zeigler, Houston city prison farm convict, who died after a whip- ping thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1928

£ft'- a?>}&£$.\.: ■(.-{ft-.- .* pp m&M | Jg^ '•• iSSi K|Kj |;#P& J "•^ ,v^V. .*• r • w V ' |Prf • W'? ',' ' *' ■' . . ;'^ ■ > ; .,- -' •' ■. > : -y, . £-■■■ '•' ffj ' ;-<? \fa • ■ 11 '■•■ •'' * • «-■ ■ ''vr W ?■ HP1H Hipi ■■ . -/rtf f Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, "TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1028 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROK' E COUNTY VOLUME 10. NO.l. THE TOMATO SITUATION IS QUITE DISCOURAGING With the exception of the famous "one card draw" there is nothing quite as uncertain and complex as the question of what is going to come out of the tomato crop, which has proven a prolific one in this sec- tion, and brought in lots of money, at times, and at at others leaving it at home, or in the banks. There is never any question about the production, for when it is short the demand is correspondingly high, but there is always danger of the outpu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1928

vast £ TWO THE RU3K CHEHOK.EEAN r | 1 Ei B, •" E£ hI I I Box And Necessary Federal Appropriations (Political Advertisement) Some who do not know and others i who misstate the facts for a purpose have said that the appropriation needs of the Second Congressional District have suffered for efficient attention during Mr. Box's service. Voters who hear this are entitled to know the facts. Investigation will prove that it is untrue. Texas Pink Boll-Worm Appropriation Mr. Box cooperated successfully with Mr. Buchanan, Texas member of the Appropriation Committee, and other members of the State dele- gation, in procuring the recent ap- propriation of $5,000,000 to help save Texas cotton crop from destruc- tion by the pink boll-worm. Commercial Survey of the Southwest Mr. Box and two or three Texas colleagues, with two or three mem- bers from other States—about a half dozen out of 50 or 60 members from the States specially interested—ap- peared before the Appropriation Committee and made oth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1928

T ^ • .iU\ I S 1 i 1 I '1 i ! 1 '• 1 I i > PAGE X CITATION BY PUBLICATION 10464 THE STATE OP TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of • Cherokee County, Greeting f/l>You are hereby commanded to summon Matilda Blanche Deem by making publication of this Citation once in each week for four succes- sive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, if there be a news- paper published therein, but if not, then any newspaper published in the Second Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper published in the nearest District to said Second Judicial District, to ap- pear at the next regular term of the District Court of Cherokee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Mon- day in July A. D. 1928, the same being the 2nd. day of July A. D. 1928, then and there to answer a peti tion filed in said Court on the 16th. day of May A. D. 1928 in a suit, numbered o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1928

\_,y f ■ '$ ' ' ' Chertkeetn «r MMMMA it Soak, Oki Ws O. WAIO, Editor and Publisher FmiI L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 A great many people who are re- puted to have more money than brains are frequently unable to change a dollar bill. This talk of Texas pros refusing to vote for Al. Smith, or any other wet candidate, reminds us of the old fogey republicans up in Kansas, who used to swear they would never vote Kntered aa aecond-claaa matter, July \ for a man jf the "smelt likker on 16, 1919, at the poetoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March !~ 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months .76 Three Months .40 OUR CREED his breath." One great disadvantage about liv- ing in a small town is that you can : not start down the street with any ■ assurance that the omnipresent old 1 bore is not going to hail you and tell you that old story about "they _____ ; can't put you in jail for that." "I take no thought of my neighbor's o birth, This is the time of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1928

3 - KV . MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. F. W. Suggett of Wichita Falls was hre Monday, on business. Miss Era Brown of Orange was visiting friends here Sunday, Wiley Shaw of Griffin, was here Jfonday, on businesss. DROP your watch and in to see Wal-drop. Drop W. 0. Whatley of Jacksonville, was a visitor here Monday. .L T. Moore was a visitor in Jack- sonville Monday. County Attorney Chandler and De- puty Sheriff Holcomb, were in Troup Tuesday, investigating a negro shoot- ing scrape and incidentally bringing the accused back with them. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C. Dean and daughter left Tuesday for Beaumont where they will make their home. Mr. Dean will teach in the Beaumont High school next year. Mrs. Carrie Dickinson and Mrs. Robt. Hatchett and children went to Houston last week, for a visit to Mrs. Dickinson's daughter, Mrs, Ryman. Mrs. Dickinson will spend several months there. Mrs. Wm. Holmes and two sons of St. Louis Mo. are visiting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 June 1928

m" TBS RXJtt CHXROKtBAN SSaSa f— / THE LINE-UP COMPLETE FOR THE BIG BATTLE As Saturday is the last day on khich candidates for county and pre- cinct offices can file their names to have them printed on the official primary election ballot, it is to be presumed that all who will enter have filed, for.while anyone can be a candidate at any time and be voted for, the handicap of having to write the name on the ballot would pre- clude any possibility of success against any kind of opposition. While we have not access to the files of the Democratic Central Com- mittee, with whom all applications have to be filed, it is reasonable to suppose that all who expect to go into the contest have announced, or so declared themselves.in some other manner, through the newspapers, as surely no one would expect to make much headway in seeking political preferment without advising the elec- torate through the medium of the press in some form of declaration. On this we premise we find that the followin...

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