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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1928

The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. I RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1928. working for a greater rusk and a more prosperous cherokee county VOLUME 10 NO. 0 Primary Election Full Of Interest w. iii Bolton, Gray, Vining, Erwin and Williams Receive Majority Votes The primary nominating election ■held in Cherokee county, last Sat- urday, was one of the most interest- ing- and closely contested that has been pulled off in many years. While the total vote for the nemerous of- fices varied in their aggregates, run-! ning from 5,000 to near the 5.500 mark in some instances, did not re- gister anything near the voting strength, but owing to the rain of | the morning, the natural apathy, and the fact that some refused to vote | because they thought it obligated them to support the national ticket, which was not true, it makes a very creditable showing. Interest did not center around any particular offic...

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 — 2 August 1928

CITATION BY PUBLICATION Rusk Cherokeean THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN '' I The death rate in the United States is given at thirteen in every thousand of the inhabitants thereof, and yet some people claim there is nothing unlucky in the baker's dozen. o One discouraging thing about running for judge or sheriff lies in _ ~~~ ~~ , | the fact that they seldom amount to «« ■ « •« " w under the Act March 8,1 length of time in either of these X879. capacities. V O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Months -76 Three Months 40 i 1 There is a great fortune in store ' for the fellow who can invent some- | thing that will make the modern ' — " dame's hair stay in curl, and a very OUR CREED good stake for the one who can fix _____ ! up something to cause that of the "I take no thought of my neighbor's • "colored lady's" to go straight. birth, | o Or the way he makes his prayer: 0ut of a bunch of 500 college I grant him...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Pr« CHANEY TO THE VOTERS OF CHEROKEE COUNTY I wish to express my appreciation to the many friends and supporters for the splendid, loyal and compli- mentary vote triven me in the recent primary and to assure you that a continuation will be greatly appre- i ciated. To those who supported either of the other estimable gentlemen who were my opponents, I only wish to say that you only exercised the great American privilege and I think none the less of you on account of your having a preference over me. I was a little behind the leading candidate, but take it that among the over two thousand who voted for those eliminated I have a great many friends, and trust that they will rally to my support in the run-off election, to be held Saturday Aug- ust 25th. Again assuring you of my deepest appreciation of the consideration shown my candidacy, I remain, Very respectfully, P. B. MUSSLEWHITE. FURTHER RETURNS VERIFY RE-ELECTION OF BOX. You'll find the tears, the laughter, the...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1928

IP IV v'i.; - I! $ ■RlaiK I 'k jvr>A ,e® ' Personal Items THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE "Say.Jt Willi Flower*." Say' it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORET. Member Florist's Telegraph Dw.very Association. Clyde Andrews of Corrigan, came up last week for a visit to his family. Cleve Looney of Tyler, was a visi- tor here last v/eek. D. Mayfield of Mt Selmr.n, was here the first of the week on business E. W. Thurman of Morrill was here Monday. "The Cream of the Crop" is a hair crop at Murphy's . P. A. Smith and Will Smith of Jacksonville, were here Monday. Marjfarite Shaw, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Shaw returned Sunday from Dallas, after a months visit with her uncle, Dr. Hillin. Mr. and Mrs. Wade 0. Neely left last week for a trip to California. Stopping at Los Angelos, for a vi- sit to Mr. Neely's sister. American Beauty Flour—can't be beat. —Jay has it. SUDDEN DEATH OF A FORMER PJONDER CITIZEN. Mrs. Bulford Menefee and child- ren, of...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1928

w. ifm t f <5 * t I s PAGE SEVEX THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN • * . : t$bm STRAIGHT TALKS W1THJUNT EMMY ON BUILDING AN INCOME As Aunt Emmy came out of the sav- ings bank she met young George Oliver. "Well, well," he said, "it's funny to see you coming out of a savings bank, Aunt Emmy. I thought only poor folks like me had money in savings hanks—people like you just clip coupons!" "Have you a savings bauk account?" countered Aunt Emmy. "Well, er—I suppose I haven't," he admitted. "You see, it's hard to save money when you're first married. Somehow there never seems to be • enough money to go 'round—let alone to put in a savings bank." "You never will have if you don't get started," interrupted Aunt Emmy. "You should make your weekly sav- ings deposit, no matter bow small, the first claim on your salary after paying your bills. I make my weekly de- posit in this bank faithfully—1 put away a certain sum regularly." "You can!" Nat commented. "It is more a habit than you would suppose," Auat E...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1928

m,r I REMOVAL ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce to oar friends and customers, that we have moved to our new attractive store (in Same Block) with a full new line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' Ready-to-wear and Gents' Furnishings, at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES • ••• • ••• We specialize in Ladies' Dresses and Hats. We also carry best brands of Men's, Ladies' and Children's CllAAO •••• JIIVvu* #•• •••••••••• Come and Save Dollars in Schwartzberg's Store Where You Get Quality and Service M.SCHWARTZBERG RUSK, TEXAS East Side Square Sherman Building $2.50 Just Received New Shipment of MARCY LEE DRESSES Pretty Materials, Dainty Models, at 1.95 I I Men's Shirts with collars, neat stripes and checks, $1.50 values. Sale Price as long as they last 95c Choice any Straw Hat in the house $2.00 to $3.50 values .... 200 Pairs Shoes for Ladies All Colors, All Sizes, reduced to fit "lean" pocket-books. Come in and look 'em over today. C. D. P O E "The New Store on the Busy Corner' ! Manhattan Shirt A % Tues...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1928

'I,/ >'"j ■ ^ r The Rusk Cherokcean 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, AUGUST U, 1928. VOLUME 10 NO. 7. HOME BREW CONVICTION ONE OF VITAL IMPORT. The time of the District Court was taken up Tuesday, with the trial of one of the most interesting and im- portant eases involving the prohibi- tion law, that has ever been tried in Cherokee county, in that it involved the much mooted question 'of the standing of the famous "home brew" In these cases Lon Odom, Mrs. Lon Odom and their son, Capt Odom, was charged with the possession of home brew, containing a prohibitive amount of intoxicants, for the pur- pose ol' sale. It being the outcome of a raid made by Sheriff Martin and other officers, on the home of tho defendant;-, about three miles west of Jacksonville. The defendants were tried jointly and the jury returned a verdict of g...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1928

-0m,. = EXPLAINS SOME. THINGS NACOGDOCHES GINS FIRSt BALE OF YEAR J have never thought it wise to tell the public too much of your private affairs, but an erroneous impression is pretty general that I own and operate a "Good Business" in Rusk which is true in part only and that part has always been doubt- ful in my mind. , In 1918 the business was incor- porated with a paid capital of $13,- 500 and a lot of my friends put in $10,000 of the money and I put in the $3,500 every dollar that I had in the world which I had saved out of a small business in twenty years of hard work. The ones now interested are as follows and any of them will vouch for the correctness of this statement: A. R. Odom Jr., A. G. Idom and P. B. Musslewhite of Rusk, Jack Slover, Prof. Sewall, and Geo. Jennings of Dial'-ille; Jack Odom, Sam Acker, James B. McKnight and J. W. Gray of Jacksonville and C. W. Odom of Palestine and a number of others who have been paid in full. I was made mananger of the busi- ness and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1928

Ml AY POLICY IS BEING SOUGHT. "Austin, Texas, Aug. 4.—A policy * * would eliminate the practice of counties and districts helping build state highways through them with local bond issues and local funds was adopted here Monday by repre- sentatives of three regional Cham- bers of Commerce. Taxes on fuels and lubricants used in motor vehicles and registration fees, "equitably adjusted as to ton- nage and use," were recommended as the sole revenue for construction and maintenance of state highways. It was recommended at the con- ference that this policy be made re- troactive by providing that the state pay interest and maturities on such portion of county and road district bond proceeds as has been invested in constructing hghwayg incorporated into the state system. A policy of giving all registration fees to the county to be used, first, for retire- ment of bonds used in building parts of state highways, with the remain- der going to county road purposes, also was favored by the confe...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1928

BBBBL JM rr''.'.'c? #*f3 THE RUSK CH£ROK££AN The Rusk Cherokeean A. weakly newtpaper published iwry Friday moniing at Rusk, Cherokee Crarty, Tern H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L Ward. Asst. Editor tie Pub Office Phone 316 That second, of "run-off" primary between the two leaders, has the ad- vantage of letting some of them down eusier, but they hit harder. Campaign lies are not much un- like ordinary scandal. They may not have even the. .flavor of truth for their ori'gin, yet they are believed by maqy apd always do an irreparable ®6C°nd-cl**e matter, , and unpardonable injury. 16, 1919. at the poetoffice at 'Rusk, | Teocas, under the Act of March 8, J 1879. | SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month* .76 Three Months 40 OUR CREED These office holders who have held ■ I onto their jobs for years do not neces ; tarily own the court house, but they ! remind us of the female swine that i insists in holding onto the old nest and will not stand for being "rooted "out." ! c "I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1928

#1 . tfi* . « i .• * m , , a - '? ■ I i m I I f,,"S y 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. Martha Ostenso's "Wild Goose." Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Posey of Aus- tin are here visiting relatives in Rusk. Will Lewis and Ben Lewis of Lone Star, were visitors here this week. Miss Lela Reeves spent Sunday at Tyler, with friends. "The Cream of the Crop" hair crop at Murphy's . is a Frank Mills of Jacksonville, was a visitor here Monday. Oscar Spinks of Franklin, visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Beulah Allen left Sunday, for a visit to friends at Wichita Falls. W. E. Stoce of Jacksonville was here last Saturday. Carl Sinpletary visited in the Ed Singletary home, Sunday. Del Monte canned fruit and vet;- tables—Nice line at Jay's. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hogan of Alto, were visitors here this week. J. W Bates of Nacogdoches, was a visitor here this week. Martha Ostenso's "Wild ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1928

THE HONOR to this means to advise the cratic electorate of Cherokee for the very flattering corn- sent paid me in the recent pri- j& ' miry, by favoring me with such a magnificent vote in my candidacy for representative. It shall be my desire and ambi- tion to so discharge the duties of the trust imposed in such a man- ner as to never cause any of you to regret the marked favor shown. Sincerely submitted, E. P. Palmer. WheDlyou Drop yourf watch think of Wal-drop. mm TO MY FRIENDS Who stood by me in the recent primary election, in which I received such a complimentary majority vote, I wish to express my sincerest ap- preciation of their loyalty and un- flatering support. I regard this a very great com- pliment to myself as an official, at least, and assure them that I shall continue in the future, as I have in the past to prove myself worthy. Respectfully submitted, A. M. Vining. Furnished apartments to rent- Rates reasonable—Close in. Mrs. John Sloan. NEW BUS SERVICE RusK. to Da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 August 1928

W;£M rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY ;; | m Originally Established February 27, 1850. BUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1928 VOLUME Hi NO. 8. lK«f- TOM BALL DRAWS FOUR-YEAR SENTENCE The cane of the State of Texas GRAND JURY GRINDS OUT OVER SEVENTY BILLS. RUSK-JACKSONVILLE PIONEER CITIZEN PASSES AWAY. T'he Grand Jury of the July term vs. Tom Ball, charged with operat-! of Cherokee County District Court, ing a still on what is known as the turned in its second and final report, Satterwhitw farm, about four miles last Friday evening, and from the below Alto, which was raided by the indictments filed it would seem to officers last spring, was tried in the have been a fairly active and at least District Court, last Wednesday and a fearless one. Thursday, and after deliberating only They seemed to be dealing from about thirty minutes, the jury return the shoulder, without fear o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 August 1928

-> WHITE'S FAMOUS BAND WILL PLAY AT EAST TEXAS FAIR A musical program which will ring with jazz and pep will be one of the many features on the entertainment bill of the coming East Texas Fair, Tyler .Texas, September 24 to 29th, Secretary Russell S. Rhodes announc- ed today. • Daily concerts by the well known Tyler Municipal Band will be found on the Musical menu of the fair. More than a dozen bands made ap- plication for places on the Fair pro- gram and the entertainment com- mittee weighed carefully the merits of each organization before making its choice. Good Band music has been found by fair officials to be one of the most essential parts of its entire program. Many vaudeville acts can- not be presented without the aid of music. In the casting act, for ex- ample, the daring acrobat leaves the trapeze for his double summersault in mid-air on a certain note of the music. That band music is just as neces- sary as the toy balloon, "Hot-Dog" stand, refreshment booth, and the pea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 August 1928

^iJ'AJ.1! .'"' w&'iW-. "<*■■'" *■' iP#' " W.m--y:?WMm* m - w 1 THE RUSE CBEROKEEAN PAGE THREE Investigators Show How the Moisture in Paris Sub- way Cut Down Germs. M^STURE decreases tlie num- ber of bacterid in the air enormously. French scien- tists counting microbes !•• the air be- fore and after a rainstorm in Paris have found wide variations In the totals. In a cubic meter of air gathered up near the Place Clichy Messrs. A. Sar- tory and Marc Langlals found 3,800 germs on a wet day at & p. m. and 1C.000 at the same time on a dry day. Similarly in the Paris subway after tbe tracks had been sprinkled thor- oughly only 410 bacteria w re found to the cubic meter while two hours later, when the tracks were dry, the Investigators discovered 68,000. Taking advantage of such findings, officials of many communities are ad- vocating more generous sprinkling and in many instances have applied calcium chloride to road surfaces to lay the dust. That chemical, which in Itself has h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 August 1928

WmmuM Cherokeean f poUidMd wry nomine at Ruak, ChwokM 1, Tom. H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 ' :a..: American college students are said to be the best dressed of any in the world. This is probably true, and it probably takes more to keep them going, and less valued received than that of any other specie. We have quit the movies. Not that they became too suggestive, but because of a soreness in the side, THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN secMd-ciMi matter, July, precipitated and aggravated by her 16, 1919, at the pocUffice at Ruak, i , : .... „ .. tw.. tmder the Act of March 8, i nudging us with her elbow every time 1879. ' " SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year-- $ 1.50 Six Month* .75 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. some man actor pulls some unmanly act. o If the man of today would as sacredly keep all the ple...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 August 1928

tw? ' ' THE RUSK CHEROKCEAN II ilwfl r o Personal Items "Smy It With Flower.." Say it with ours. C^t flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. mrs. lee ross, the rusk florist. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Come to the silver tea, Aug 20. Mrs. Joe Summer, visited friends at Ponta last Friday. E. S. Erwin was a visitor in Hen- derson last Friday. Mrs. C. A. Shaw was a Jacksonville visitor last Saturday. Miss Florence Adams was a visi- tor in Jacksonvile, Monday. Mrs. A. O. Lester visited relatives at Jacksonville, Tuesday. Don't forget the silver tea. Miss Allen of Houston is a guest in the home of Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Cobble this week. Mrs. W. H. Hanna returned Fri- day, from a several days visit with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Long, in Nacog- doches. A. M. Jordan, farmer and banker, of Reklaw, and candidate for County Commissioner, was a business visitor in the county seat. J. W. CregB went to the Cherokee Hospital at Jacksonville Saturday for an examination, returning home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 August 1928

^Sk ' AND PAULINE MARRIED AND GONE ON A TRIP. fP wi v f|pr •' ;1 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN A "STAR" VISIT TO CALIFORNIA 6 * J. D. (Pete) Williams and Miss Pauline King were married at the heme of the bride's mother, Mrs. John King, at high noon, Tuesday, by Rev. W. J. Rushing, pastor of the First Baptist church. The ceremony was strictly a pri- vate affair, only the immediate fam- ily of the contracting parties and the minister being present. I fact Pete forgot to say anything to the minister about it until just a few minutes before the appointed hour. The happy couple left immediately for Dallas and will go from there to St. Louis and other points, on a week's honeymoon, during which Mr. Williams will select the stock of fall and winter goods for his ready-to- wear, clothing and furnishing busi- ness. This is one wedding about which we feel constrained to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, as both parties are particular friends of ours and we happen to know consid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1928

HE RUSK CHEROKEEAN fHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Ely Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 23, 1928 VOLUME ,0 NO. <J. ; official ballot for the run-off primary. The following is the order in which names of the various candidates the second, or run-off primary, appear on the official ballot to be voted next Saturday, so far as J>i$ applies to Cherokee county, and ithlB Commissioner's and weigher's f district: For United States Senator. TOM CONNALLY. E. B. MAYFIELD. For Lieutenant Governor. BARRY MILLER. For State Superintendent. W. F. GARNER. _.S. M. N. MARRS. For Land Commissioner. OTIS TERRELL. J. T. ROBISON. For State Senator. W. E. THOMASON. H. T. BROMN. For Tax Collector. A. R. ODOM. P. B. MUSSLEWHITE. Sor Commissioner, Prec. 1 LOUIS BUTLER. A. R. ODOM. For Public Weigher W. T. BROWN. WILL ODOM. For Constable. JEFFY STOVALL. return FROM HONEYMOON. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1928

I * HHC HiiP THE RUSK CHEROKEfiAM fANIS CONSTITUTION WEEK This year the Rusk Kiwanis club •will celebrate "Constitution Week" from September 16-22, according to Dr. T. H. Cobble president of the local club, today. The time is fixed to conform to the date of the sign- ing of the Constitution, which was September 17, 1787. Observing with the local club will be all the other 1670 Kiwanis clubs throughout the entire United States. One of the outstanding Objectives of KiwdYig-International is "to pro- mote an intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship through a bet- ter undertaking of public problems and fundamentals of government." "All the clubs plan extensive pro- grams for schools and communities to emphasize the need of a thorough study of the fundamental principles of this country's government," states Dr. Cobble. "The Objective under which this observance is promoted makes a strong appeal to me," says the Ki- wanis president. "I expect full and faithful response from our ...

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