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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 January 1929

3 rK-'t- ■8EI The rusk Cherokeean with which is consolidated the press-journal "Working for a greater rusk and a more prosperou s cherokee county Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSE, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. 1929 VOLUME 10, NO. : 1 caatmpu^afflflaaaaKafflBB^^ W m MB n ™? ASTOR THEATRE MONDAY, ONLY JANUARY 28 See In Person ART MIX Western Movie Star Showing Tonight, January 25th. t PUKSHXTEI) WILLIAM Rusk's First Opportunity to See Real Movie Star - Dont Miss This Make Your Arrangements NOW! Mr. MIX demonstrates SHARP SHOOTING, Bull Whip Cracking, Lariat Rope Twirling Also, Picture Program— SPECIAL PPICES wdrid WITH MARY ASTOR James Boles, Robert Elliott, Ben Bart G. H. Clayton and wife were called to Zavalla, Tuesday, by the death of the infant child of Mrs. Clayton's sister, Mrs. Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Long, of Nacog- diches, visited in the home of their brother-in-law, W. H. Hanna, of this city, the first of the week. Among those who*went to Lufk...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 January 1929

y |p THE RUSK CHESOKEEAN PAGE TWO IT'S TAXPAYING TIME; A VERY SERIOUS TIME HOME BURNS IN FT. WORTH. In one more week, or on January 31st, all the taxes, state, county, city and school will become delinquent upon the rolls and be subject to a ten per cent penalty, and it is sur- prising the great per cent of which is as yet and probably will at the ertd, be unpaid in this county, city and school district. It is really a deplorable situation and one fraught with many dire and complicating results. No one is go- ing to deny that the tax levies are extremely high and in some cases almost confiscatory. Probably the average taxpayer has never before been compelled to bear such burdens —they are simply appalling, but that is not now the question. They are assessed against your property and mine and makes no difference how they got there they will have to be paid or the property sold to liquidate the indebtedness, there is no way of avoiding this delimma, or condition. It is too late now to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 January 1929

C; 44 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE THRE£ Odd Sounds Gave Rise to Belief in Demons South America lias a moaning mountain. At certain seasons a deep note booms from Mount EI Bromador In the Chilean Andes. In former days the natives listened to it with superstitious fear, while even a white man, hearing it for the first time, Is Startled at the mountain's "power." Another curious mountain exists In Nevada, though this one usually gives out a note resembling at first the jingling of bells and ending with a deep organ-like swell. In both cases the sounds are due to a peculiar for- mation of the earth, which under cer- tain conditions of weather allows the separate particles to rub against each other and so produce uncanny effects. Eigg island, off the Scottish coast, has its ''singing sands," where at times each grain rubs against its neighbor, the whole making a sing- ing noise. Similar sands are found In China. In England is a mountain which howls In such a way that for- merly It was suppo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 January 1929

■n THE RUSK CHEROIvFx/. N Cherokeean M«vp«p«r psblidted at Euak, Civ iwr CharokM I®?;- tSSi • H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Awt. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Catered m ueoad-elMi matter, July 16, 1919, at the poetefflce at Roak, Teocaa, under tibe Act «t March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-5® Biz Month*. 75 Three Mentha— .4® 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." Our idea of a man of frugality is the one now past fifty years of age, who still has the pennies his parents gave him to put in the plate at Sun- day School, but he is now spending them for coffee at a resturant where they have a good looking waitress. It sounds paradoxical, but true, that in ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 January 1929

R■EfTv' kif• <*.rT '> v vi' :,*• THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PACE JIVE Personal Items "Say It With Ftclw*n." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Lovelace spent Friday in Tyler. Eli Bailey of Wells was here this week, on business. Ask your grocer for Shanty Meal. Miss Jack Lucas of Alto, was a visitor here Tuesday evening. Ask your grocer for Shanty Al«al. Miss Zuia Holcomb was a week end visitor at home this past week. Dudley Lawson and Stanley Tuck- er were among those who attended the funeral of Mr. Poe at Lufkin. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tucker and children spent Sunday in Wells, visit- ing Mrs. Tucker's grandmother. Blue Star canned ttring bean* are good and no trouble to prepare. C. E. Jay. Roy Nichols of Shereveport, La., was a visitor here Saturday. Pickett Butler went to Monday, on a business trip. Osborn Mackey and Charlie Dixon of Troup, are here this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 January 1929

: SIX g&-I#«<M'r ■ £■$£■ ' Sptlfi1E^:'I.'■'■"■■ 1£'K^r r v ' V-'; " J V \ , ,i "fU - '1 ""^ >|V ' \' \ ' • >;-. ■ xY •• -V-\'" -;•' flfli ; ■# syf^k::^;H.f ^ % \ THE HUSK CIIKUOKEEAN ■!■■«■««■ ' TEJAS CATTERY, REGISTERED RED TABBY PERSIANS WE B ED FOR RESULTS "The Supreme Combination of All Thit is Fine <ed Tibby Blood Lines." STUDS AT SERVICE. STOCK FOR SALE. NRS. G. B. CUSON 70S M. PerrySt. PALESTINE, TEXAS A Mules, Mules, Mules! We WiU Be In RUSK, JANUARY 29th. WITH A CAR LOAD OF HORSES and MULES They will be for sale all week, until '■& SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd and then we will sell them at AUCTION to the highest bidder for CASH We have some good young mules, some match teams, some good big mules, and in fact, nearly all kinds— both young and old—and we will be there to sell or trade them until the auction. Now come in and get them it going to need any work stock this Spring. Now, we are no strangers—we mean business and will treat you as near right as we know ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 February 1929

111! 'i "'Hi*. ■■I ■■■^■■■■iii i— v . . > .... 'Jiff - • • :r 'liPf The Rusk WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I 1 t2!> WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. :,■> 7 1 h EVERYTHING LOOKING FINE FOR THE COMING YEAR. 'i l.e aj pvoach of spvin/ finds this particular section occupying' a most enviable position so far as prospects are concerned, and the spirit of going after things was never more univer- sally extant. The heavy winter rains have put the soil in idea! condition for early planting, and unless history reverses itself the early crops always bring the best prices. The weather is ideal for starting the tomato plants and there promises to be a large acreage planted, and this always brings the first and most needed crop of the market. Money matters never were easier and everything points to a prospeer- ous year, which comes findin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 February 1929

jmes W. O. Neely and : Humason visited friends in Ja ksonville, Tuesday. Mrs. H. O. Lester made a busi- ness trip to Jacksonville, Wed- nesday. Mesdames T. B. Mallard and L. D. Guinn visited Jacksonville friends, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wallace of Forest, were Rusk visitors, Wed- nesday. Mesdames A. G. Odom, Lee Holcomb and Bill Shattuck were visitors in Jacksonville, Tuesday. Dr. J. L. Moore of Maydelle, was here Wednesday on business. Robt. Barrett, of Atlanta, Ga. was here this week, visiting his mother, Mrs. Lela Barrett. He is moving to Houston. J B. Luker, W. M. Thomas and Henry King, of Alto were county seat visitors Wednesday. Miss Janice Wiggins, who had been confined to her home in this city forja^week, with an attack of the flu, returned to 'her school work in Gallatin, Monday. WHITNEY-TOMLIN Mr. George Whitney and Mrs. An- nie Lee Tomlin were united in mar- riage at the home of Mr. and Mrs Lon Ross, in this eity, on January 9th. Annie Lee was one of Rusk's most cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 February 1929

mmr - I-- -•*u* ▼ * ' V* t* V =—■ >' Personal Items "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. E. C. Martin was in Tyler, Tuesday J. C. Shankles and E. W. Jones of Reklaw were over Tuesday. Norman B. Hall was in Tyler on business, Tuesday. IBS ROSE CHEROKEEAN lol PAGE £IVE Ask your grocer lor Shanty Meal. Russell Allen, Gus Bonner and A. O. W. Frederick of Jacksonville, were here Tuesday. FOR SALE—An 8 foot show case. F. D. Waldrop. See the ad of the Big: Sale at the Winchester Store, The Rusk Hard- ware & Undertaking Company. It has even gotten so that the "sports" don't holler real loud in this town. B. B. Perkins was in Austin, last week. Ask your yrocer tor Shanty Meal. Mrs. Alice Ross of Ponta, was here phis week. Spence Swan went to Alto, Monday and Tuesday on business. Nice lettuce, celery and other vege- tables at Jay's. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pryor we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 February 1929

IE RUSK. CI 5*k" r "■ • ■A FINAL SACRIFICE SALE! This is going to be a general and complete Clean-Up Sale on Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Coats Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Coats We mean just what we say, these goods are to go and if these are not next to giving them away, don't know our cost mark. Now just listen, stop and ponder over these prices. ft rw wnf 91 nrpsses. that oricrinallv sold from 26 Sweater Suits and Jersey Dresses that sold from $6.50 to $9.75, going at we One lot of 21 Dresses, that originally sold from $12.50 to $16.50. first reduced to $6.00, and now go- ing at $ 4.95 Sizes 14 to 40 3.75 One lot os 25 Dresses in the still better grade, that sold from $16.50 to $24.50, first reduced to $12.00, now going at Lovely patterns in assorted colors, sizes 16 to 38. One lot of S Winter Coats, Real Bargains at original prices which were $28.50 to $34.50. Sacri- ficed at $ $ 8.75 9.95 Children's Coats and Dresses 18 Children's Coats in gorgeous Broadcloth ma- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 February 1929

{ m \ Rusk WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROl ~ Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FKURLARY 8. i.i2(i JIM NELSON CASE IS ! THE "EMBLEM" ERRS. CONTINUED TO FEB. 20 The case of the State of Texas vs. Jim Nelson, charged with the killing of Miller Hoover, at Alto, on Oct- ober 13th., 1928, was called in the District Court, Wednesday morning, at which time about forty-five out of seventy-five special veniremen ans- wered and were sworn to answer questions as to their qualifications, and offer excuses for being excused. Before the trial was entered upon the defense attorneys applied for a continuance on account of the ab- sence of alleged material witnesses for whom subpoenas had been issued, but the officers had failed to locate. The case was continued upon this j this showing until Wednesday, Feb- ! ruary 20th., and the jurors ordered to 1 report, with instructions for the sheriff to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 February 1929

W. COLLEGE FIRE 1 I CUMMINICATED For the satisfaction of our many inquiring friends, I will endeavor to relate in detail Crystal's experience in the fire, as she and the three girls who came home with her told it to me. Crystal's room was a fourth story room on the south side cf the west ■wing of Luther Hall, opening out on a sleeping porch. The kitchen, where the fire started was built on at the end of this wing. Not being a steel structure, as soon as the supporting timbers aud floor of the dining hall were sufficiently burned, there was nothing to prevent the three stories above coming down The nite before te fire Crystal had been up late, playing her violin at a reception. Having retired about three o'clock at which time the fire was discovered by the night watch- man. Two deafening alarms were given; she heard nothing of them. The room-mate was awakened, but not being at all well she was too excited to wake Crystal. Bare-foot clad only in pajamas, she ran from their room on fou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 February 1929

,<*p THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE THBEB Mean Game Played on ^ Devotee of Fritters When Montgomery, Ala., was juit a village, transportation almost nil and .replenishment of supplies few and far between, there lived at a tavern In that community a gentleman who, out of consideration for his descendants, is designated merely as Squire A. The squire's one passion, after be- ing a gentleman upon all occasions, was fritters. The tirst barrel of flour to arrive In many weeks found him voracious for his favorite food. With some twenty other boarders he sat down at the table, rolled up his sleeves, tucked the public towel from the porch under his chin, filled a soujl plate half full of molasses, and waited for the waiter to come around. The other boarders, however, hav- ing previously observed the squire's passion for fritterst to their own great dissatisfaction, had bribed the waiter to pass him by as each smoking stack came in from the kitchen. The plate came and went, time and again, each...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 February 1929

• "• ,. , }•■'■:' ■ .,;'1 - =; -', ■'-.'■i: ' ■ •¥$■ ■■ • <*• ?'f..--■ >.' .'■',■■■ ■*■'■ £] ■, •. ■ ' Si'rf . L„ v- f ^ mam ■vm THE RUSK CHJEBO&KJUN Rusk Cherokeean „ . newspaper publiabed mry morning at Roalc, Cherokee TUM. ' ■ — H* O. WABD, Editor and Publlaher Pearl L« Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act oC Uarch 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months .76 Three Months .40 OUR CRBED ■ "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, II Kb 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 13 no more than that." 7 Can you recall how often it was that Grandfather had his trousers cleaned and pressed? o Some people are so cold and chilly that when the rest o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 February 1929

mar*- ' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "S«T 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. B. L. Collins of Lufkin, was here Monday John W. Martin of Troup, was here this week on court business. Walter Ellerbee of Wells, was here Monday J. E. Turney of Gallatin, was here Wednesday. Mrs. Fannie Keller spent last week at Jacksonville. Mrs. M. E. Pride left last week, for a visit at the home of relatives at Haslam, Texas. J. E. Dudley, of Palestine, was a business visitor in Rusk, last Satur- day and Monday. Attorneys John S. Redditt and Jim Yancy of Lufkin, were here Friday and Saturday on business. Judge V. E. Middlebrook of Nacog- doches, was here Friday attending court. E. S. Erwin and J. A. Fitts of Dialville were here Monday. H. C. Polk, Arthur James, Eli Bai- ley, S. W. Littlejohn of Forest, were here last Friday. Joe Andrews of Reklaw, was a visi- tor h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 February 1929

tipgl ■ six THE RUSK CUKROK.EEA.N - m % 3\ Just a Few Good Dresses Left Our Sale cleaned up all our Fall and Winter Dresses with the exception of a few Choice Patterns. These are the grade that originally sold at $16.50 to $27.75, all Fall and Winter Dresses, that we are go- ing to close out at $6.95 For your choice while they last. You will have to hurry if you want to share in this Sacrifice Bargain. Other Bargains 950 Pairs of Allen A and Vanette Hose in dark shades, regular price $1.95, going Friday, Saturday and Monday at *1.59 Some of the colors are Moonstone, Gun Meta1, Cedar, Sawdust, Gypsy, Mirando, Electric, Peach, Tan, Teatime and Black. The New Day-Time Frocks Are Here. The prettiest and neatest fitting Wash Dresses ever brought to Rusk, absolutely guaranteed fast crlors, in printed Indian Head, Linens, Broadcloths, and Pique. Most of these Dresses are ensembles, some with double-breasted smocks. New Spring Dresses Our New Spring Dresses, the season's latest pro- ducts, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 February 1929

3 WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL to Originally Established February 27, 18S0. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. :,4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1929 POLL TAX RECEIPTS OFF ACCOUNT OF OFF YEAR. The records of the Tax Collector's office show a marked decrease in the number of poll tax receipts issued for this year, as compared with those for 1928, which is due to the fact that there is to be no general election during the next twelve months, and the chances are that there will be no special elections, as the bond propo- sitions do not meet with favor. The last year being one in which there were two primary elections, and in- volved the naming of county, state and national officers, with marked interest in all, brought out practical- ly a full registration for the privilege of having a say in these important matters. The total for this year is 5,050, as compared with a little over 0,8000 in 1 928. The li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 February 1929

0j®jFS£es THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I I SUFFERS FOR 15 YEARS; THEN HE FOUND SARGCN "For fifteen years I suffered from a complication of troubles. I was weak, nervous and generally rundown I frequently had sharp, shooting pains TEXAS TO VOTE JUNE 16 ON SIZE OF HIGH COURT. Austin, Feb. 11—The first of more than forty proposed amendments to the State Constitution successfully to run the gauntlet of the Legisla- ture was pased finally in the Senate Saturday and this year will decide whether Texas shall have a Supreme Court of nine members instead oi three as at present, and whether the court shall be in continuous session. Coinciientnlly, the Senate passed to engrossment a joint resolution by Senator Thomas E. Love on one phase of the same subject, which establishes a new precedent. The resolution provides that if the House joint re- solution by Storey, to be submitted June 16, is defeated, the voters will- pass on another amendment at the general election in 1930 to determine whether the Sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 February 1929

iThgfr* -• ",v, ■ 1 W--;' ciite /«! 11 Li in to Hi BIG AIRSHIP WILL /? BE READY IN MARCH Britain's Latest Craft to Fly Atlantic. London.—Trial flights of the IMOO, the gigantic airship now being con- structed under the auspices of the British air ministry for tlie purpose of flying the Atlantic, will not be made until March, 1!I2!>, according to information given at the headquarters of Commander C. D. Burney, who will lead the expedition. Although Commander Burney has been pushing his plans with all pos- sible speed, there have been several delays as the result of manufacturers requiring extra time to supply purls for the mammoth air liner. It is pointed out, however, that the predic- tion of trial flights by March is a con- servative one and that it. is possible the intervening period will be cut down. Meanwhile considerable speculation reigns as to who will comprise the passenger list of the ship on its great flight from England to Canada and thence to New York. While the Brit-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 February 1929

wm-- tfOUR Rusk Cherokeean y newspaper publi: morning at Rusk, Texas. mblished every Cherokee O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Bntered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, . Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Montht .75 Three Months *0 OUR CREED Most any of us can learn to use big words, and would do a great d.al more of it, were it not for the danger of being called upon to give their meaning. Machinery has made great inroads on the demand for manul labor, but natural gas has about made the boy absolutely useless, since there is no night wood to get in or fires to start. o Anyone knows, who has ever tried them, that there is not much merit in the soealled "after shaving'' lotions but as long as they are composed of four per cent alcohol there is always going to be a demand. "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him...

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