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

^TCm^M -'-v, -.■ MM&ml tLziy pp^ ■•■■:■ fjj®' ^ *%* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEJt 8. CLEANS UP FARMERS' HOMES fht Red 'iPaint as Blot on Landscape. A Washington.—1Through the minis!ra- tions of the home demonstration ;ents of the,Department of Agricul- ture, farm women have put the ban oil unsightly homes. The lavish use of red paint, associ- ated In the past with farms, is rfrowned upon by her field agents, says Miss Gruce Fryslnger, head of the ;liome demonstration work in the Cen- tral states. Federal employees are trying to point out to the farmers' wives that even the slightly lower price of red paint cannot make up for the land- scape-blotting qualities It has when daubed Informally upon all buildings on the property. Classes are being conducted In all the states, with the co-operation of county agents, state universities, and their departments of agriculture, in methods of beautifying the farm home, both internally and externally. "This present campaign, we hope," Miss ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 September 1928

EIGHT mm ' ■ THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN SINGING CONVENTION The Nocogdoches County Singing Convention will meet at Nacogdoches on Saturday Sept. 15th., for a two days session. We are planning to make this one of the best Conven- tions that East Texas has had. We are going to use the new auditorium which will seat about 2,000 people. We are expecting several promi- nent singers to be here, so come and enjoy this singing with us. J. C. Neal, President. CLASS MEETING The Alathean class met with Mrs. Marvin Troublefield, Wednesday, August 29, at three o'clock for their regular business meeting and social, with twenty-one ladies present. Devotional by Mrs. Clyde Steward, prayer by Mrs. Walter Sloan. Some very interesting talks by different members of the class. Each member was delighted over thier Sunshine Sister. Delicious refreshments were ser- ved, consiting of ice cream and cake. All departed for home voting our thanks to Mrs. Marvin Troublefield, Mrs. Payne, Cook, Hostess. Mrs. J. C. Halber...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1928

Jre. ;.'i v mm RUSK CHEROKEEAN -JP8 lims ' • :.V- Z*lMW ml I ' s If' I )E0 Qsnnni WITH WHICH IS CONSOUDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, I860. RUSE, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1928. VOLUME 10 NO. '2 RECENT RAINS RESULT JN NO INJURY TO THE CROPS. YOUTH IS KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT. The greatest danger right at this time of the year, in this section of the country, especially where the cot- ton crop is opening so fast, is that it may be visited by prolonged wet iipells, frequently accompanied by damaging winds, but so far we have escaped the calamity. About a half inch rain fell Satur- day, Saturday night and Sunday, but it came down slowly, with no attend- ing winds, and practically no injury resulted, but the weather is still warm and more precipitation may follow. The fact thft^he cotton is about all open and r^TOing to be picked, has put the farmers up against it, as p...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1928

mt U v. BY: B1 PROBE INTO m S PRICE Jm Ml*-., ofe- Lv y ^/v.'!- g'- i ■ Wl '■Vi. 1 I'i §■ 'i d- i:; 1 '.jK : fet:l *1 II IP ! •$ ptj.?, i « ■ Pi .Austin, Sept. 6.—First Assistant Attorney General Galloway Calhoun is out on an extensive tour of the state, investigating the reason for the recent increases in the retail price of gasoline, Attorney General Claude Pollard said Wednesday. Calhoun will be gone for about a week. Gasoline went up a cent a gallon and 2 cents in some places, several days before the state tax of 3 cents on the gallon reverted to 2 cents September 1, as provided by the levy- , ing act. On September 1, a general reduc- tion of 1 cent, representing the de- crease in tax. was made over the state on retail gasoline. The result is that the price now is the same as it was a few weeks be- fore the tax cut, and in some places, a cent higher. Attorney General Claude Pollard declared again Wednesday that there is no reason visible to him for the | increased price. He said...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1928

m* f- .5 V 1 I . J 'THE RUSE: CHERQK.EEAN PAGESE PIANO CLASSES MISS ELLA CURTIS Teacher of Piano and Theory Fall classes opening Monday Sept. 17. Residence Studio, South College Ave.—Phone 221. ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 31, (FASTRILL) CREATEO ! Came on for consideration the petition of J. C. Kimball r.rtd 55 other.-;, qualified voters in the Fas- ti ill Community, Cherokee County, i j and respectively request the Com- j j mi. ioner; Court to create a voting: { box to be located at Fastrill in Chero- j | kec Comity, Texas, comprising the : j j following described territory, to-wit: Beginning on the East bank of the Neche : river at the Southeast corner of the George Koher survey of 320 acres; Thence East with the S. 13. line of the said Koher at 880 vrs. it's S. E. corner in the W. B. line of tli" \V. M. M;ith< . 112" acre survey; Thence South with said Mat- hews survey W. B. line at 655 vrs| it's S. W. corner on the ,N. B. line ! of the Aa Do^sett 320 acre survey; Tent o East with sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1928

mm1 m \ x — re is old axium, founded large- , thruth that "a prophet is not without honor, save in his own country," and while newspaper men are not connected with the prophets they are frequently misjudged and misunderstood by the people whom they try to please and benefit, and we have long since ceased trying to publish just what we know all will endorse. Our brief editorial columns belong to us. No one is required, or even asked to read them. They are just "thrown in" to fill space and vent our spleen, but it is certainly very gratifying to have them appreciated, as indicated by the following letter, received from Dr. W. P. Barron, for- mer Rusk boy, now located in Washington, D. c.: If you think I have any idea of doing without my old home paper you have another think coming. I began my dispated career as a print er's devil on this same paper, or its predecessor. If my cousin, Walter long, is still with you he will I am sure, admit with shame, that I once knew the smell of print...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

Hf -UOS *V^ 9 16 t8 1008Vfe Congreaa Ave. 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, SEPTEMBER 20, 1928 VOLUME 10 NO. 13 DEAN SHANKS LEAVES US FOR TRINITY UNIVERSITY Dean Shanks, who organized and has ever since had charge of the Rusk Band, since its organization a- .bout two years ago, has resigned the position of leader, and gone to Wax- ahachie, where he has accepted a very inviting position as leader of the musical organization at Trinity University. Mr. Shanks took hold and organiz- ed the Rusk band out of practically raw material, so to speak. True, some of the members had been iden- tified with other bands, but none were anything like up to date with their music, and most of them scar- cely knew which end of the horn to blow, but he took right in after them and by rare tact, perseverance and marked initi...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

Mm Mm. = Jmm ■ ■ I !f'-; II! '•I- *''' T"'V 31 J- ■'jej $i Ml SrSEP- 11 a I. FALL OPENING SALE Is Still On —and as further inducements to add to its success, we are making the following Special Prices on well known Staples: 9-4 Sheeting 29c 32-In. Gingham 10c Men's Khaki Pants $1.50 Value 98c Suit Cases 89c OUTING Yard wide. Heavy grade 19c GINGHAM Six yards to customer. 5c Sateen, all Colors 29c 31b Cotton Bats 49c CHEVIOT For Shirts. Yard 121 -2c Boys' Overalls 49c Congolenm Rugs 3x6 98c School Girl Oxfords Patent. $3.50 value $2.95 LADIES' COATS —That's where we can sure save you the money. All latest designs, fur trimmed, cuffs and collars. All sizes and varied styles, and at prices that defy any attempt at meeting. Just come in and look over the line—It will do the rest! WALLACE'S South Side Square HOUSE RUSK, TEXAS ELEVEN NIGHTS OF PREACHING Brc. Clark will preach a series of sermons at the Christian Tabernacle beginning Thursday night, Sept. 20, at 7:45 and closing Sunday nig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

"" •" ■em iii lie i/e |iy Judge and an special j ui t sip. Ind A. J) attorneys ork Loin etaining ased in oui for % mt IF YOU ARE GOING TO BURN GAS You had better have your house piped and fixtures'installed BEFORE THE WINTER RDSH IS ON Then you may have to wait. WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK, Which Is Done By Experts. B. F. PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER THE PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE. (r SCHOOL SUPPLIES ALL YOUR NEEDS KOTEX The New Sanitary Pad That Deodorizes. Special Introductory Offer 3 for 95c $1.00 Package Eveready Blades 89c 2 Blades, 1 Razor Free. For Your Toilet Rexuirements: CARE NOME—Will Please You. MOSELEY DRUG STORE P. S. Mi 31—Just a Better All-Purpose Antiseptic Solution. Pint 69c t ? T t ? f f f ❖ t t ? f ❖ t f t f ? ? t ? f ❖ k BARNES-CARUTHERS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS FurniturE! 44 That's Our Business" While our stock is always complete it is being added to almost daily We buy in car load lots and sell on margin of small profit All we ask is that you look at our line, and get ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

iiKKiiii niiiawii iiwiwi'iiniii"ir8iii««i>ii> iim^wmm Wmi > DURING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER ONLY YOU CAN GET Rusk Cherokeean FOR A WHOLE YEAR Provided you live or get your mail in Cherokee County. If you happen to be a little in arrears the renewal will date from Day of Renewal. if you are Paid in Advance, the renewal will start at Date of Expiration. Remember This Goes Through the Month of SEPTEMBER ONLY The Old Time Price lllllllllil IIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU ** W&i

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

'.v w$: ============== THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Personal Items "Say It With Flow« ." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. G. W. Sowell of Summerfield, was a visitor here Monday. Miss Doris Ilumason was a visitor in Jacksonville last Friday. J. G. Archer of Avenger, was here several days last week. J. B. Andrews made a business trip to Henderson, Wednesday. F. B. Guinn was a visitor in Luf- kin, Wednesday. W. M. Payne of Dialville, was here Wednesday attending business mat- ters. Marcellus Rambeau, of the Chero- keean, visited his parents, in Oak- wood, the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grisham, of Dialville, were shopping in the coun- ty seat last Saturday. A. R. Odom, jr., and Bill Vining attended the big base ball game in Houston, Sunday. Clarence, Audrey, Cecil and Ezell Murdock left Tuesday for Austin, where they will attend the State Uni- versity. Miss Julia Perkins return...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

£sbH' ""■ THE EUSK CHKKOKXKAK lerokeean newspaper puMiah*d irnj amine at Kuak, Cherokee morning r. Ti HHASmfl HBidP pi PP« o \ H r / V ■:l /■ M ft i i J HHg B* O. WAHIX, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone SIS Entered as second-divas matter, July 16, 1919, at the poatoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act o£ March 8, 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. 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 really makes no difference as to who is actually "boss" of the house, just so both think they are. o One reason why some people think they are so smart probably lies in the fact that nobody else thinks the same When we gaze up...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

'-If " « THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN m mmjWm PAGE SEVES h <" iCTION PRECINCT NO. 31. (FASTRILL) CREATEO Came on for consideration the petition of J. C. Kimball and 55 others, qualified voters in the Fas- trill Community, Cherokee County, and respectively request the Com- missioners Court to create a voting box to be located at Fastrill in Chero- kee County, Texas, comprising the following described territory, to-wit: Beginning on the East bank of the Neches river at the Southeast corner of the George Koher survey of 320 acres; Thence East with the S. B. line of the said Koher at 880 vrs. it's S. E. corner in the W. B. line of the W. M. Mathews 320 acre survey; Thence South with said Mat- hews survey W. B. line at 655 vrs, it's S. W. corner on the N. B. line of the Asa Dossett 320 acre survey; Tence East with said Mathews S. B. line at 609 vrs, said Dossett N. E. corner; Thence South with said Dossett E. B. line at 1324 vrs, it's S. E. corner and the N. E. corner of another Asa Dossett 32...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1928

>.y. WW ■, - ' fjani THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ I ■ ■■■ WORLD GREATEST SHOW (POSITIVELY CONING ENTERTAINS NOTICE f j£ s ho i d hM ,> ?v* ■ 'JK'i j Mrs. L. O. Slayden entertained in the late hours of Saturday afternoon with a bridge party, Mrs. Van Houston made high seore and Mirs Lois Pryor made low score. A salad course with sweets was served. The personel included: Mrs. Eve- lyn Ford, Marinell Odom, Mrs. Pete Williams, Mrs. W. T. Norman, Mrs. Pope Guinn, Bernice Foster, Eula Belvin, Lois Pryor, Mrs. Major Kerr, Miss Eura Looney, Mrs. B. F. Sher- man, Miss Dora Long and Mrs. Van Houston. SAN SOUCI CLUB Mrs. Tom Goolsby was hostess to the members of the "San Souci" club last Friday afternoon. President Mrs. Pearl Ward presiding. After short business session the members enjoy- ed several games of Bridge. Mrs. H. J. Stevens making high hcore. Only fifteen members responded to the roll call. Mrs. Goolsby assisted by Mrs. Maurine Keller served dainty refreshments. Miss Tish Windham was...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 September 1928

. Co1« * 912 Homan A.*#. - wiM % ( 1 I The Rusk cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1928 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE CO JNTY VOLUME 10 NO. 14 just a last word editorial Realizing that anything more we | might say about the bargain rate on the Cherokeean would be superfluous and not wishing to be annoying, we will dismiss the subject with just this admonition. The bargain days close next Sat- urday, September 29th., and after that date no paper will be sent to any address for less than the regular price. We are more than pleased with the response and feel that several more want or intend to take advantage of the offer, but have simply neglected to do so, and their attention is thus called to the subject. If you are not payed up your name will be dropped, and you will owe us nothing. If you hand us a dollar your subscription will be advance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 September 1928

kftaBraUji '•-■" if- PIT PAGE TWO RUSK CHEROKI m iV:\ i I/ u i A 1 W&fr' f'-'r" pfr. 1 H B RUSK BOY SCOUTS MAKE GOOD RECORD. August 31st dosed the first years work of Troop number 24 Tejas Area Council Rusk Boy Scouts. The pro- gress made was far above the ever- age made by any Troop in the Area, according to a statement made by our Chief Evecutive, Mr. C. H. Tin- ney, at a recent meeting of our Troop at which time he was present and had charge of the meeting. During the past year seven boys have advanced from Tenderfoot t« Star Scouts, more than half of the Troop advanced from Tenderfoot to First Class. With the exception of about four boys all of the Troop ranks Second Class and up as above indicated. This is an unusal record for the first years work. The new years work has started off with many advantages. First, due to the fact that we have advnced to te extent that our work will be more in- teresting, and it will give us many advantages over other Troops in the Area, and wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 September 1928

K:W. * •'* == ftffi )■■■•' , -;.■■ •■' 1;% ,.'• ■*v-W.:' M ' 1 iTi, V *?■ ■■ ijwsr. p-fVf fOE RUSK CHEROKEEAH PAGE THRES IF YOU ARE GOING TO KIWANIS ACTIVITIES 1 1 BURN GAS You had better have your house piped and fixtures installed BEFORE THE WINTER RUSH IS ON Then you may have to wait. fPE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK, Which Is Done By Experts. B. F.PRYOR THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBER PARENTS—YOUR wrawitfs'x SCHOOL SUPPLIES ALL YOUR NEEDS KOTEX The New Sanitary Pad That Deodorizes. Special Introductory Offer 3 for 95c $1.00 Package Eveready Blades 69c 2 Blades, 1 Razor Free. For Your Toilet Rexuirements: CARE NOME—Will Please You. MOSELEY DRUG STORE P. S. Mi 31—Just a Better All-Purpose Antiseptic Solution. Pint 69c Chicago—All Kiwanis clubs in the United States will work to secure a record vote in November, according to a statement made today by VVilby G. Hyde, of Chillicothe, Ohio, chair- man of the service organization's Committee on Public Affairs for the United States. "Vote as you plea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 September 1928

FOUR E& THIS RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■Hi OLLAR Mj m f :, : i I v j . { . i 1 fil I I I ' Pit. Ifev, : 'im ■ For Only Three Days More You Can Get The Rusk Cherokeean ONE YEAR FOR The Old Home The Old Time Paper Price iiiiiaiiBiiHiEiisa llllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllB) .

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 September 1928

tm m ir THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVB (— Dersonal Items jUga _ "S>y It With Flow«r«." Say it with ours. ' Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Sam F. Stovall of Alto, was here Friday of lust week. Jim Acker of Dialville, was here on business Monday. J. U. Ennis of Alto, was here the first of the week. % Kay—the new cheese sandwich spread—it's good. Jay has it. Miss Zula Holcomb of Jacksonville visited the home folks last week. Jim Acker of Dialville, was Monday. here Mr. and Mrs. A. Green of Ponta were visitors here Tuesday. Miss Eloise McDonald was a visitor in Jacksonville, last week. Miss Dorothy Routhe of Trenton, visited her friend and schoolmate, Miss Marinelle Odom last week. All the world loves lovers. See Sylvia and Ambrose, Friday night, Oct. 5, 1928 . Mr. and Mrs. Bungle, Winnie, Pat- sey, Jeff, Mitt Chester Andy and Min will all be at the Zander-Gump wedding, Oct 5, 1918. Clay Bingh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 September 1928

MM > I m * ■ r- A i-w I i, I * ■\i ] 1 1 > V. \l'¥ m,.' Fl ■:. S IM E" ti' •;t* ". V-' •'•■' . ■ -' , -.. • ' ■■* ■.' • '* • ' y I The Rusk Cherokeean \ weekly newspaper published every Prichiy morning at Rusk-, Cherokee County, Texas. II- O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phoue SI 6 ' Wonder what has become af the two elderly ladies who had not seen each other for twenty years and hap- pen to meet at a camp meeting and lay awake all night talking about their girlhood days? Cross-eyed people are not allowed to drive autos in Spain. We always liked them, for the reason that when Entered as second-class matter, July 1 looked like they were going to hit 16, 1919. at the postoflice at Rusk, j head on they were really headed Texas, under the Act ol March S, , - to one s'.de. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 5 1-5C Six Month*. 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...

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