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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

—— THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN j^-T) >99 ed. ird in 5: v (? HOT SHOTS Be WISE and Compare Prices You will find Our Storo to be CHEAPER at All Times, and we handle the Hest QUALITY of Merchandise. Don't Miss These Bargains we are ofTerii g you for FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY: BLANKETS lieKrular °0, 0nly °ne to a Pair SI.98 CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS 43c CHEVIOTS An lbc Value. Only 5 Yards to a Customer. Yard I4c SUITING 59c Value. Only. 39c WILLIMANTIC THREAD 25c LADIES' FANCY ADIUSTIBLE CARTERS Pair Only 15c LADIES' RAYON BLOOMERS 69c ular 98c. Only CIIV DAWPIT ^ Regular 7")(; Yard OlLil rUnuLL Only :!i Yards to Customer, Yd 59c COTTON BATS 3 Lb Fine Grade SPECIAL HEN'S COTTON SOX * Li r 43c 6c LADIES' FELT HATS il'V," 98c You'll ONLY FJXD BARGAINS Like These at """m" nnnmi STORE, " Wher3 ) on Get Quality and Low Prices jjj South Side Square - Rusk, Texas j| Mrs. G. C. Lovelace returned from Londview, the latter part of last week, where she had been or a week. For a small family a hen is jus...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

— ,imm& — •' ■•-' PAGE SIX The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper puMMwd mry Friday morning at Rualc, Cherokee County, Tom. H- O. WAH1), Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 31tt Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 5 1-50 Six Months - -'6 Three Months <40 OUR CREED Speaking of bank robberies, a West Texan once remaked that if he ever undertook to rob the local finan- cial institution he would take along a notory public and some chattel mortgages, just to make sure that he would get something. "I take no thought of my neighbor's bijith. 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; A;1 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. ' Someone said someth...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

PAGE SEVE& llllllll wi Even A Blind Nan Can Drive the V Best Car on Earth for the Money SATURDAY at 4:00 P. M. Will Be Blindfolded But it is easy to drive a NEW FORD, he'll have no trouble. We'll tell you now he selected the New Ford because of its— SPEED-POWER-SAFETY-ECONOMY ENDURANCE-BEAUTY-SMOOTHNESS Because It Is Now the Best Value of the Century He will drive over the principal streets of Rusk and to our place about 4 p. m., Saturday, Nov. 24. We invite you to be here. He will explain his drive when he appears at the Astor Theatre Saturday, Sunday and Monday, November 24, 25 and 26. Watch this blindfolded wizard demonstrate the New Ford. We handle the best tire on the market- mrmmm V<, •>; ^SiE S&gjft The Tire of Service and Satisfaction Parrish, Forrest & Williams ■ Authorized Ford Dealer Rusk The Big Filling Station on the Corner Texas ilillliiilliiiiiniillll ill;! '!'!! i !!i , I if % 9.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 November 1928

• tjiiiftff'fa1 if"S ' ' mm%smm mfiiM:i't'U.Kt^k fr$#: SCOUTS ENTEARTA1N AT OPENING OF CAMP. On Friday evening from five to nine o'clock the Rusk Boy Scouts en- tertained their families and the R k Kiwanis club members with a formal opening of the new camp which was made possible by the Kiwanis club who is sponsering the local Boy Scout troop number twenty-four of Tejas Area Council. Quite a num- ber of visitors came out to enjoy the spledid association with the boys at their new camp home. To those who have not had opportunity to visit our camp, we wish to extend you a spec- ial invitation to drive out any time and see just how well we are pro- vided with all that a Boy Scout could wish for in the way of a cabin in which to camp either in winter or summer. The scout work among the scouts is making marked progress along the line of advancement in rank, and from present indications it will not bo very long until we will have sev- eral life scouts. This attainment cannot be reached wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1926. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COJNTY VOLUME 10, NO. 23 DEATH OF JOHN DIAL Died at his residence in Dialville on Saturday, November the 24th., John J. Dial age 86 years. He was a pioneer citizen of this county coming to Texas about 05 years ago. He was [ born in Georgia,and belonged to the Royal Arch Masons at this place. He was a successful farmer and merchant and formerly owned the property on which Dialville is now located, the town being named for him He was twice married and is sur- vived by his second wife and several children and grandchildren besides a number of relatives. He was buried in the Providence cemetery near Dialville, the funeral services were conducted by Rev Roark and ho was buried with Masonic hon- ors. THE PURE FOOD SHOW A GREAT SUCCESS. NEGRO KILLS A WHITE COUNCIL OF AGRI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

Pf! smm -ir i i a 1 '%?* *" * 4 t. vr" i ■■■■MHi PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Wr'C.. m® • Wv" K;,V.'■ WW'SJ'.KrwYSPEfi / * p* , A' ? The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. 11'O. WAHD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor At Pub Oilier Phone 31C Sintered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the poatoffice at Ru k, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. * SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year I 1-50 Six Montht .76 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "1 take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place oi 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." We can not figure out how the boy of today manages to fool his folks and get in good just before Christmas, when there is no "night- wood" to get in. o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

-TV 1 THE RUSK. CHEROKEE AM PAGE THREE STARTS SATURDAY Once a year at the end of the season we clear our stock of all Winter Goods. This time we come one month earlier than usual, in the beginning of the best selling month, with a Mighty Reduction in Price and which cannot fail to interest every individual who demands the utmost in superior quality and value, imjHIIIII >;! !!> > i I H1 M'i ! i ! I II ! I! i llllllil!ili!i!!iilillll!l!i!ill !!!!Iil ' i (i i IIIU illl III i if j|un Men's $2.50 Wool Overshirts $1.69 All Silk Piece Goods 1-4 Off. Best Quality 36-Inch |f Outing Flannel A Yard 12Jc Men's and Boys' $:2.50, §3.00 and $3 50 | SWEATERS Each $1.95 Prices Slaughtered on All Ladies' Ready-to-wear 100 Pairs LADIES' $3.95 SHOES A Pair $2.49 Kirschbaum, Schloss Bros., and Hart Schaffner & flar* Suits $42.50— $39.50 $37.50 and $35.00 Sellers $29.50 llllllllllllllililillilill Men's Heavy Moleskin Suits $8.50 Arnoskeag Gold Medal Feather Ticking A Ya -d 29c Not a Sale of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

■■Hnpppp^t) PAGE FOUR HIE RUSK CHERQKEEAN m i H m The utilities of a city are combined in your motor car YOUR automobile is some- thing like a miniature city. There is an electrie light ami power system, a water sys- tem, a fuel system. In the new Ford, yon will find each of these systems of the latest design and heel materials. Every p.;rt has heen made t< serve you faith- fully and well at a tuhiiinum of trouble and expense. Tske for example, the generator—one of the most important parts of t5 e el trica! evstcm sviiich :--.-pp!i;- the current for !5frlitu:st ! for engine ignition. In the nev i-V.WI, {;.? . 4. erator is «-f the p ; r.; c type and is dist?s*.e!;.vo in many features. has beer, specially dc-ifTie.5 to ps'^- vent most ;'"r- of I . Oiling hi necessary only once a yestr. About t'je ?:n!y thing you need do is to hive i.h charging rate change-:' a the sea.-oi::: change. Closely allied tt> the eief- trical system is the ignition system, it, loir, is of new mechanical...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAU PAGE FIVB 3'," <ii i « ' We A Tire Guarantee BONDED] Bonded so that you know it will be fulfilled. ^AAA^A/V^ Dunlop Tires you can now secure the most as tounding tire-guarantee ever offered. It is backed by a surety bond issued by the American Surety Company of New York, with assets of over $23,- 000,000. With each Dunlop Tire and Tube you will receive a bonded-guarantee certificate endorsed by this great surety company. This certificate will completely cover your tires. It pro- vides that, no matter what the trouble, your tires will be kept in repair by us for 12 months, free of charge, And if a tire happens to be injured beyond repair, you will get a brand new one at a fraction of its price. The fraction will depend on how long the tire has been run, For instance, if a $13 tire goes wrong during the first month. Dunlop, through us, will you a new on<; for 81. Come in and read this epoch-making bonded guarantee. It is bac. ed by all the Dunlop millions of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

PAGE SIX THE RUSK. CHUUNanUM lr- & ■■ v* r iiil t I 1 for eve purse and purpose" NO matter what you plan to pay for your next car, you can have General Motors' quality and value. General Motors makes a car for every purse and purpose; it offers a choice of suitable models in every price class; and each General Motors car —whether its price is a few hundreds or thousands of dollars-—has shared in Gen- eral Motors' purchasing economies, has benefited from its Research Laboratories and Proving Ground, and is equipped with a strong and luxurious Fisher body. See what General Motors offers for the price you want to pay, and remember that the model you want can be purchased con- veniently on the low cost GMAC Pay- ment Plan. $525 to $725 Seven models of the Outstanding Chevrolet of Chevrolet History. A "six" in the price rsnge of the "four". Powerful new 6-cylinder valve-in-head engine. Beautiful new Fisher Bodies. New colors. New 4-v/heel brakes. Also: Delivery sedan; Light delivery ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

" > THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVES Sun Long Worshiped in Egypt and India Since nothing was known of the ro- tation of the earth in. the days of Ion*: ago, one can easily Imagine how very real apt mysterious the movement of the Cun must have seemed and how naturally It was an object of wonder and reverence. The sun's daily jour- ney, its contest with the darkness and its final victory at the dawn of the new day are ideas which have led to endless stories. Ha, tiie great sun god of the Egyp- tians, was thought to travel in a ship across the waters of the sky by day and return during the night through the kingdom of the dead. This god was always represented either as a hawk or as a man with a hawk's head in accordance with the belief that the Iiawk always flies toward the sun. In India the sun was worshiped as the god Agnl, who rode In a shining chariot drawn by blood-red horses. In ancient Hindu art this golden-haired god was portrayed as having a double face, seven tongues and sev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 November 1928

i bight THE KUSK CHKROKEEAN i J. DOUG MORGAN'S SHOW. AMERICA'S BIGGEST TENT THEATRE RUSK December 3-4-5 32 People, 12 Dramatic Artists, 15 Singers, 11 Red Hot Dancers, 7 Real Musicians—2 Shows in One. TOBY in Big Vaudeville With Singing, Dancing and Musical Specialties starts at 7:30—length 45 minutes. CC Play Starts at 8:15 Monday Night- Cheating Women i PRICES Children lOc : Adults 30c One Lady Admitted Free With Each 30-Cent Ticket on Monday and Tuesday Nights. FROM JACKSONVILLE (From Progress) George L. ami W. M. Peyton of Mexia are here. Miss Elva Anderson is spending the week end in Palestine. Julian Bolton is in Austin today, attending the Tcxas-A. 51. game. Mr. and Mrs. Huby Jones are spend ing Thanksgiving in Black Jack, with the former's parents. John Dodge, who is attending A. | & M. College, will spend the week j end here' with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morgan and family of commerce are here, visiting the former's sister, Mrs. H. A. Law- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Stanle...

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

P- W'<l " ' 5^ r,' f " vJR. ,,i #f5# P^W|P|!PPP|;^ Pf Rusk cheroki WITH 2fS CH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1928 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY volume io, ;;o. 21 THE KIWANIS MINSTREL PROMISES TO BE GREAT. •I J The Kiwanis Minstrel, which will be presented at the Astor Theatre tonight, is going to be one of the most enjoyable things that has ever been staged in Rusk. All the characters of the presen- tation will be taken by members of the local Kiwanis Club, which is com- posed of leading business men, and this alone assures those who witness the production a rare treat. Much expense and a world of hard work has been devoted to the pre- parations and the people generally have responded most liberally in the support of th movement. In addition to the minstrel proper, there has also been prepared a most elaborate and entertaining literary and musical ...

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

'V ' 4 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN The Rusk Cherokeean A. weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texaa. H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Oftice Phone 316 fcJr.tered as seeond-clf-ss matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year % 1-50 Six Month*. .76 Three Months .40 . When you start to house keepingj reason of the cruel and harsh treat these days, you find that the living j ment and improper conduct of clefen- room suit alone costs more than the full equipment did thirty years ago, and you are not half as comfortably locatcd, especially where his pa gave them a horse and her pa gave them I a cow. o— — OUR CREED "1 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...

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

IS r % I page thbbb TH£ RUSK. CHEKOKEEAM STILL CONTINUES Once a year at the end of the season we clear our stock of all Winter Goods. This time we come j one month earlier than usual, in the beginning of the best selling month, with a j Mighty Reduction in Price , j | Of New, Clean, Standard Merchandise That Will Stagger All Competition | 1 and which cannot fail to interest every individual who demands the utmost in superior quality and value. |; 1 This Sale Means Just What It Says | Men's $2.50 Wool Overshirts $1.69 All Silk Piece Goods 1-4 Off. Best Quality 36-Inch m Outing Flannel A Yard 12k 1 Men's and Boys' #2.50, #3.00 and $3.50 j SWEATERS Each $1.95 Prices Slaughtered on All Ladies' Ready-to-wear llllllill 100 Pairs LADIES' $3.95 SHOES A Pair $2.49 Kirschbaum, Schloss Bros., and Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits $42.S0—$39.50—$37.50 and $35.00 Sellers $29.50 Men's Heavy Moleskin Suits $8.50 Amoskeag Gold Medal Feather Ticking A Ya "d 29c Not a Sale of Cheap Left-Over Goods, but...

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

i* PPP .':# FACE FOUR THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN CITATION he could in their circumstances of' standing the defendant i# and has THE STATE OF TEXAS Tothe Sheriff ir any Constable of Cherokee Cjunty, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Jessie Partin by making pub- lication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your county, if there be a news paper pub- lished therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the Second Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Second 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 life, but defendant unmindful of her marital obligations and vows, about four days after the date of their mar- riage began a course of harsh, cruel, unkind and tyrannical treatment to- wards plaintiff. Plaintiff says t...

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

vrf;'T. im — THE RUSK CHEftOKEEAN PAGE FIVE 'ersonal Items im. "Say It With Flower*." Say it with oar*. fe. Cat flower*, pot plants, funeral design* MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Miss Eloisc Sherman visited friends in -Jacksonville Saturday. K « - d. rd in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newman of Dialville, were here Monday visiting Mrs. Pearl Grogan of Fastrill visit- ed relatives here last week. Mrs. J. G. Bane visited her mother in Cushing, last week. Frank Sherman was in Maydelle visiting his mother, Thanksgiving. When you Drop your watch think of Wal-drop. Let's all be there. Tonight's the night. Ernest Hough of Palestine} was a SuYiday visitor in Rusk.| DROP your watch and Drop in to see Wal-drop. •. Mrs. Rich Tucker was a visitor in Jacksonville, Saturday. Miss Dora Long isited at the home of her parents, in Cushing, the first of the week. Glenn Goolsby of San Benito, was the guest of Miss Beulah Al- len, Saturday. Curtiss Spinks of Aust...

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

O'-v- if® THE BUSK m THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee, County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to sum- mon Dean S. Thorsen, Nels Boyd and Ernest McElwee, by making publica- tion of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre- vious 'to the return date hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, if there be a newspaper pub- lished therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the Second Judicial Distrct; but if there be no news paper published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper publish- ed in the nearest District to said Second Judicial District, to appear at the next regular term of the Dis- trict Court of Cherokee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof in Rusk, Texas, on the First Monday in January A. D. 1929, to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 24th., day of October A. D. 1928 in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 10557, wherein The Farmers and Merchant's State Bank ...

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

THE RUSK GBEBOKEEAN . ' ,; ~ |7rf m INTENTIONAL SUICIDE. i H , I ; i JBsKfJ a.'-'A" '"'SEP ■ I I ■" 1 { 1*0: Many people are slowly poisoning themselves just as surely as if they drank iodine every morning for break . fast. They are daily absorbing the toxins, or poisons, created by accumu lated waste matter in their consti- pated digestive systems. Sooner or later disease will conquer their weak- |^~ed bodies. If you have dizzy spells, headaches coated tongue, bad breath, insomnia, no appetite, bilious attacks or pains in the back and limbs, you are prob- ably suffering from self poisoning caused by constipation. The surest and pleasantest relief for this condi- tion is Herbine, the vegetable cathar- tic which acts in the natural way. Get a bottle today from Moseley's Drug Store. CITATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To Tthe Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting You are hereby commanded to sum- mon Samuel C. Elkins by making publication of this citation once in each week for ...

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

WATCHES WITHOUT WORKS EKKswt m '• ■- _ ■MMM Street Vendor Finds No One Returns to Yell. New i'ork.—The watch vendor In City Hall park has a sincere ami straightforward air. "Fblks," he says to the group clustering about him, "these are Ger man sliver watches and good time- keepers. Nothing fancy about 'em— they're just serviceable, dependable timepieces for people who don't want to spend a lot of money for a watch. "They cost $2 or $3 at a jewelry store. I'm selling these today for a quarter apiece. If you're suspicious of them don't buy one. Maybe you'll feel better If you go to a jeweler and pay several times as much for the same thing. "These don't look flashy—they're made to give good service. 1 carry one myself. Thank you, sir. Thank you. Who else wants one? Thanks. Thank you. Two? Certainly. Thank you. sir." And so he moves slowly along the square, always In the center of a group of customers—office employees from nearby buildings, errand boys from Wall street, casual passersb...

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