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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 February 1929

• THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items Jim Bailey, J. S. Sylvester, J. A. Fields and Frank Conner were here Monday, from Ponta. ".'Siiy It With fcay it with ours.. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs Eli Bailey and Miller Dial of Forest were here this week on court busi- ness. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Memtiei Florist's Toloffraph Delivery Assnciiition. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR SALE—Brooder, 300 chick sii.e. In good condition. Call Mrs. J. F. Joplin. Phone 65 J. II. Meador, Dr. Ed Moore and E.ijr. no Roach of Maydelle were here Monday. LOST—between Rusk and Pales- tine ia week, lady's black and tan . ..It is at. Rt'.jira co Chtrokeean and ceive reward. Zeno Cox ot' Nacogdoches, was here the first of the week. C. C. Vining and Ilenry Kinj of A!to, were here Monday I Minnesota Triumph seed potatoes cheaper than ever this year. Plant !otso fthem. C. E. Jay. FARM V,'ANTED .SALE O N James H. Ken and son of Houston were here for last week end visiting relatives. Want...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 February 1929

THE KUSK cutP.o::(HEAX I W I If." 1 B; 1 I New Spring Goods Started at Extremely Low Prices We are not going to wait until the End of the Season to give our customers the advantage Seasonable Goods at Living Prices. I Our new stock of Spring Line of Dresses, Coats, Negligees, Hose and Millinery is now here, and just start things off we are going to make the following Bargain Prices: One lot of Dresses that sell from $16.50 to $19.75 to go at 14.95 One lot of Dresses that sell up to $13.50, at $ 9.95 These lines are all latest designs and patterns, in Printed Georgette, Chiffon and Whoopee Prints. Also, a nice showing of Spring Coats in Tweeds and Navy Pin Stripes. Real values at $17.50 and $18.55, at *14.75 Friday, Saturday and Monday, February 15th, 16th and 18th Only. WILLIAMS BROTHERS Why He Succeeded Honored politically and professionally, during his lifetime, Dr. R. V. Pierce, whose picture ap- pears here, made a success few have equalled. His pure herbal reme- dies which have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 February 1929

fff$f ■ I ' ;>?■: ■ ■•-■; .' - ROK WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROb S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22.1929 VOLUME 10, NO. 5 COUNTY COURT GRINDS AND GETS ITS GRIST. Notwithstanding the fact that the District Court has been turning them out, or in, rather, with marked regu- larity and precision, the wheels have been turning in the County Court, partially to take care of the overflow, tares and some grain not big enough for the main hopper, and some that just naturally comes to it. During the past few days the following proceed- ings have been recorded on Judge J. .J. Bolton's docket: One was a rather aggravated case of drunkenness, judging from the fine, which was $25.00, plus, and in view of the fact that the Judge had known the accused for years and had entertained a high regard for him. Three other cases of drunkenness, which we wish to say did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 February 1929

nai THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN : ' ' m> IB "• , SSf ^ ill Ef jfc 1 1 HI ANNOUNCEMENT Last Friday circulars were distributed announcing that prices on all mer- chandise in my store would be marked in plain figures at CASH and CARRY prices. No delivery will be made and nothing charged at these prices. For the benefit of customers of good rating, who desire to continue- trading on 30 days time, or new customers who desire to open an account, our SERVICE Depart- ment will continue to give the same prompt service as heretofore. Goods charged and delivered will be slightly higher than Cash and Carry prices to equalize cost of delivery and carrying charges. We cater to the best trade, and make a specialty of the best that the market affords in everything GOOD TO EAT. We invite you to come in see the remodeled arrangement of the Store— everything being arranged for your convenience. We believe that we have the cleanest stock, the best variety of eatables, the best quality, and the best price c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 February 1929

I ■ ' ■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE THRE3 I I W m Pleasant Old Custom of Centuries to End OM traditions kept alive among the P.vreneun villages l>y their remoteness will doubtless soon lie obliterated by the Increased traffic and modernize- tion resulting from the new Cnnfrano railway tunnel under the French- Spanish border mountains. One of the most ancient of these customs was certainly that of indem- nity in kind which peasants of the Barretous valley, close to the tunnel, have had to pay to their neighbors on the Spanish side for damage caused by cattle that did not know a frontier from a patch of clover and grazed on foreign land. Every thirteenth of July for over sis centuries the French have brought three heifers to the Spaniards. Then, according to the custom, the alcaldes—Spanish for sheriff—throw a Spear into the Barretous land and fixe a rifle at France. The heifers are soon turned into meat and a bis meal is cooked for all. The Spaniards usually bring pots of snails and,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 February 1929

jPp!-',*'. ^jfrir Husk Cherokeean nowapapar published wry morning at Soak, ChcrokM f, Tim • O. WABD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 aa second-class matter, July IS, 1919, at the poateffice at Rusk, Toaa, ander the Act of March 8, 1819. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O&a Yaar t 1.50 Six Months >76 Three Months ...— -40 THE RUSK CHEROKFE/ N "i n, ' ' ■'I c i 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 lib 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." What has become of the boy who used to put a chip on his shoulder and dare anybody to knock it off? Two things that we never cared to juggle was the cold and clammy hand of the unresponsive individual and a piece of warm hog liver. Of all the remedies offer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 February 1929

ill - THE RUSK CHEEOKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut l'lowers, put plants, fun«rai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Miss Lois Pry or wao a week end visitor here this week. Mrs. Elbert Gregg; came in Friday night for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Morris Totty and Mrs. VV. R. Allen, were visitors in Rusk Tuesday. Mrs. Vera Wisner, of Lufkin, was visiting her mother and brother, in this city, the first of the week. Allen Parrott of Forest, operator of a saw mill near Forest, was here this week onbusiness. David Wunc, Attorney of Tyler, was here the first of the week on business. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Judge and Mrs. R. E. Minton of Lufkin, visited Mrs. Minton's sister, Mrs. C. D. Poe. Why pay an "AGENT" 25 per cent for a monument? We save you this commission, and sell you better work. TOM GOULD MONUMENT WKTS. •Jacksonville FOR 11 EMI'—-Two unfurnished bed rooms with bath. Call at Gulf Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 February 1929

wornm PAGE SIX - v ■ , i$L lHp& the mm iwHsfteftwsMe• ■ 1 V' ''V^;A I ' :■ ALL ELSE HAD FAILED SARGON BRINGS HEALTH "Sargon restored my health at a time when I thought nothing would help me," recently stated Frank Ben- nett, of 905 Macon St., Fort Worth. His full statement follows: "My troubles started two years ago when I commenced to suffer with in- digestion. I lost my appetite and what little I ate caused me lots of FRANK BENNETT. misery. I suffered with gas pains around my heart, and could taste my food for hours. I seldom got a good nights sleep and was so nervous at times that I would shake all over. I felt tired, run down and worn out even before the day was half over. My liver was out of order, I was bil- ious and my vitality was very low. 1 took lots of medicines and treat- ments with no lasting benefit. ''Then I tried Sargon, and I kenw almost at once that I had found the right medicine at last. My appetite returned and my strength and energy began to come back with t...

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

(- 1 .1 Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1929. VOLUME 10, N'O. 30. •jjfcpk§•*' uiiftp*-. BURGLARS ENTER FOUR STORES IN JACKSONVILLE Monday night what might be term- ed wholesale robberies took place in this city, four business houses having been entered by a band of burglar?, who appeared to be pretty familiar with the local surroundings and con- ditions. The four places entered were Ray & Haws, G. & M. Cash Store, Browns Cash Store and Ben Hunt's. In each instance entrance was gained by the use of ladders through the sky-lights in the roofs. Inasmuch as business men have long since learned not to leave much money in the safes and cash regis- ters at night, the burglars did not make a very rich haul at any of the places, money seemingly having been about the only item the burglars were after. Ra...

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

>"V r-V'^'f" ^ I IliJS HUSK CUER'JKEEAN PAGE TWO But I Didn't Like Being Dead; It's Too Dog Gone Lone- some to Stay Dead All the Time You know, folks, how they send you flowers when you are gone and the flesh is cold and still. They do that you know, to say to the world, Oh, how beautiful is death and how ordinary is life—for there be no beautiful flowers to make one happy when things are all wrong and no money there be in the pockets cr in the bank—there be no beautiful flowers coming from friends then.—All you get is a kick and a bang—a boot and the dust thereof. Once I was rich and I had a lot of Piggly Wiggly Stores. My success begot envy and the schemes of my trusted friends reached out to enmesh me and take from me my Piggly Wiggly business. They got it and broke me flat—then they said: "Dead is Saunders; no more will he have stores and friends—he's dead—no more will he sell gro- ceries and meats cheap." That's when I got sick and tired of all the "DEAD" talk. So I got busy...

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

{%> 3 <) Christian Symbol in Old Turkish Mosque A beautiful mosaic of the Virgin Mary has been found in a Turkish mosque In Constantinople. For MX) years It had been hidden under white- wash. The workmen who were replaster- lng the Interior of the mosque report-! ed the glint of gold which they had ' uncovered to the religious authorities, who notified the National museum, whose experts were sent at once to ; complete the uncovering of the mo- saic. Once disclosed In all its glory of form and color, the next step was to ask Angora what to do about this picture of the mother of Christ dead, on her bier surrounded by saints and angels high on the wall of a Moslem mosque. Angora, seat of revolutionary Tur- key, replied that the mosaic was to remain where it was and was to be preserved with the utmost care. Thus for the first time In history Moslems worship beneath the shadow of Images, the representative of which has for centuries been absolutely pro- hibited by the Moslem religi...

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

IGEFOUR ie Rusk Cherokeean A WMldj newspaper published awry Will morning at Rnak, Cherokee e- O. WARD, Editor and PnMbher iMul L Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-claat matter, July 16, 1919, at the pocteffice at Rude, Tana, under the Act at March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year « 1.60 Six Months 76 Three Mnttu — .46 THE HUSK CHEROKFE/N OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way be makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place on earth, If Ilk 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" Many people can stand up for four mortal hours listening to an argument in a murder case, who almost collapse while remaining in a Standing posi- tion through a four-minute prayer. o We have always envied the man who could wear a belt and a turn down collar. They look so confor- tab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 March 1929

"jm tmr* m il 0 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "Say It With Flowers." .say it with ours>. Cut t'lowars, r«>t plants, designs. funerai Mrs. G. C. Keilar visited relatives tit Jacksonville this week. Mr.-:. J. E. Copeland was a visitor in Jacksonville, Tuesday. Mr;. Etta Isp.ac-ks of Dialville was a vi itor here Tucstilay. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MRS. LEE ROSS, ItfE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Association. Claud Kin«, deputy sheriff of Na- cogdoches county, was here Friday. Mm:. VV. P. Singletary and daupht- ter returned to Hot Springs, lust Fri- i Delivery i day morning, where Mrs. Singletary ! ' is recuperating her health. Pearson i went w ith them, returning home Sun day. NOTICE Reliable manufacturer has in this vicinity two piancs for sale cheap rather than ship back to factory or rnij^ht >tore with responsible parties. Address Manufacturer Box 355 Chicago, 111. Dr. J. M. Crawford of Alto, was here last Friday. When you Drop .your watch think of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 March 1929

Revival Services at The Methodist Church I Next Sunday marks the begging of a series of evan- gelistic services which is hoped will prove to be real Revival Services. These services will be under the leadership of Rev. J. E. Buttrill, as evangelist, who will do the preaching and Rev. Bernard L. Hatch and wife, of Whitehouse, who will have charge of the music. *? P. T. A. MEETING The Parent Teachers Association will meet at the public school on Thursday afternoon, March seventh, at three fifteen. The following is the program: 1. Health rules in rhyme by Mrs. Erwin's pupils. 2. Three minutes talks on School needs by Mrs. 1 nomas, Mrs. Edwards asd Miss Schrum. 3. Cooperation between teachers and parents by Mrs. C. H. Fitts. The P. T. A. is beginning its mem- bership drive this week. This organi- zation makes for a better understand- ing between parents and teachers and therefore, for a better school, join, not only with your one dollar mem- bership fee, but with your presence and influ...

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

mm® % The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS.FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 192 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. 30. A DEARLY BELOVED WOMAN JOINS HUSBAND IN DEATH m Mary Isabelle, wife of the late J. R. Erwin, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mollie Kirkpat- rick, in the Union Grove community, at 5:30 p. m., Saturday March 2nd., death following a period of despon- dency that had effected her ever since the death of her husband, in January. Up until this time deceased had been a very active and hale. woman, but her spirit seems to have lost its power after the sad bereavement. * Funeral services were held at the Union Grove chapel at 3:30, Sunday afternoon, being conducted by Rev. - J. D. Potts, Presbyterian minister of J Austin, after which interment took place in the local cemetery alongside her late husband. Mary Isabelle Wallace was born...

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

M LAW STUDENT IS GLAD HE TURNED TO SARGON "Money couldn't buy the good the Sargon treatment did me. It over- came troubles I have suffered prac- tically half my life. I was a constant MACK SPRINKLE sufferer for indigestion and consti- pation and I was greatly underweight Nervousness made my sleep fitful and broken and in the morning I was always tired and not fit for study. "I had to live on cereals, milk and soups and even that would disagree with me and my life was miserable with gas bloating and pains. Some- times I would go days without any appetite and then, at times, I would be revenous with hunger. Nothing I took done me any good. "I certainly wish I had been able to get the Sargon treatment long ago because I am just like a new man now. I noticed an improvement the first week. Now, I eat three big meals a day. I've stopped that light diet and eat anything I want but it don't hurt me in the least. Nothing disagrees with me now and I am gaining strength every day. I sleep fine...

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

THE RUSE CHEKOKEEAN PAGE THRFi When You Buy Tires You Should Buy "Tires'* "When you buy tires, don't for- get the matter of service,' is the ad- vice of J. C. Williams, manager of the Goodyear Service Station oper- ated by Parish Forrest y Williams. | "For winter driving it is especially j important to have good tires, to give the extra traction needed for snowy and icy streets. Worn treads may , cause accidents or at least damage to a car because the tires cannot hold when the brakes are applied. "We also handle the complete line of Goodyear rubber chains, which are proving more popular this winter than ever before." "When we sell a tire, we automati- cally pledge to the customer that our complete organization stands back of that tire and will do everything pos- sible to see that the full amount of milage is obtained. "Tires, like automoviles, need look- ing after occasionally. To the aver- age motorist, the worry about tires is lessened in large degrees when he puts on Goodyears. ...

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

w - r FOUR Rusk Cherokeean _ newspaper pnbliahed every morning at Roak, Cherokee t, Texae. H* O. WABD, Editor and PuUlaber Pearl L. Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered aa secoad-ciaaa matter, July 16, 1919, at the poatoffice at Ruak, Tens, tmder the Act of March 8, *879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Months 76 Three Montha— .40 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN 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 Sb game iB 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." Somehow we could never draw the distinction between the use of an- other man's pipe and his tooth brush. Another advantage enjoyed by us ■old,folks lies in the fact that we are notiliable to be kidnapped. It is, indeeed, very embarrassing to have a stoppage in one's speech, but e...

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

Personal Items | Business docs not seem to have picked up any since the grand jury adjourned. They must have all been scared out of the country. "ilaf 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. Mrs. Hoke Peacock of Turney was here Sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. Wiley Payne of Dialville was a visitor here Saturday. E. W. Jones, of Reklaw was here Saturday. J. D. Williams, the versitile man- ager of the Williams Brothers store, made a business trip to Garrison, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude McCowan anil son Claude jr., of San Antonio, ar- rived Saturday to visit Mrs. Mc- Cowan s parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Lester. The local banks are now closing promptly at three o'clock every after- noon, which makes it much easier to get a check cashed. When you Drop your watch think of Wal-drop. W. C. Thompson of Gallatin, was a visitor here Friday. Joe Andrews of Reklaw was here S...

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

If yonrs is a hard lot build a house on it. ). 2^ I LET OS help you ON vouR BUtuDIMfa -PLANS Your Home Is Best No gent who has planned and built his own home will ever be heard to admit that any other home can touch it collectively or in any single detail Difference in cost or luxury in appointment means nothing to the builder and his work. Home making hearts truly are happiest. If you have that home-yearning that comes in the spring, let us help you -with your plans, and in supplying your materials. We can save you money. The Powell Land & Lumber Co. Rusk, Texas Additional Local Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gregg, of Cleburne, are visiting relatives and friends in Rusk. Ray Sherman made a business trip to Ft. Worth, the first of the week. T. J. Stovall and son, T. J. Jr., made a business trip to Lufkin, Wednesday. Mesdames O. A. Lester and E. M. Gregg visited Dr Lester, at the sanitarium in Jacksonville, Wednesday afternoon. Jas. I. Perkins and Looney Al- len were Dallas visitors the fir...

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