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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 March 1929

;? 'ZfPt ",i!i;^p":! THE RUSE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN -«S m:- !>W 9 Ancient Writers Had '/? ( Idea of Punctuation J < Our present system of punctuation, I fWhich divides written language Into' sections h,v means of various signs' and points, may be said to have grown ,Out of a system developed by Aldus jMonutius, an Italian scholar and Krinter, who printed (.ireek classics on Is press at Venice In the latter part (Of the Fifteenth century and the be- ginning of the Sixteenth. Manutius Was born In 1450 and died in 1518. It should not be supposed, however, that Manutius was the sole inventor of punctuation, although the main features of the modern system are .due chiefly to his Ingenuity and that of the Greek scholars employed by him. Among the later Greeks various dots had been used for oratorical pur- poses. Aristophanes, a Greek gram- marian of Alexandria who died about 180 or J85 B. C., is said to have de- vised a system of punctuation by means of dots. • Prose punctuation of ...

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 — 29 March 1929

JHRfP . • - / THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN —i- = = '' '" "J Only Two More Days Until EASTER We have for your approval the most complete assortment of Dresses ever shown in Rusk before. For the well-dressed person who likes individuality, we guarantee to please as our styles are entirely new and different You will find Sport dresses, ensembles, and sleeveless models in the new colors such as Cameo Blue, Pandora, Starflower, Lido Sand, Castillian Red, Rose, White and Navy, and sizes from 12 to 44. Easter Time Is Millinery Time In our Millinery Department you will find all of the smartest hats in all head sizes—Straws, Prints, Straw Braids, and smart combinations. Our New Spring Lines Include Allen A and Vanette Hosiery -you know what they are; Vanity Fair and Blue Bonnet Under wear, and a vast assortment of Costume Jewelry, the most attractive imaginable. If you want a new Dress or Hat for Easter, we can please you in style, size and especially in price. All we ask is that you come in, and loo...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL ROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, X8S0. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. . RID AY, APRIL 5, 1929 SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT STILL AFTER THE STILLS m If things keep on at the speed they have been maintaining recently it will soon be as difficult to get home made whiskey as it is home brew in this country. The Sheriff's office has been parti- cularly active the past ten days and has not only been bringing in the goods but the alleged makers as well. A rather large catch was made by Sheriff Gray, Deputies Adams and Swann, and City Marshall Jim Nelson, of Alto, last Thursday, when they staged a raid on what is known as the Littlejohn farm, located about eight miles southeast of Alto, where fhey confiscated two 50-gallon stills, bout five gallons of the finished pro- duct and destroyed other equipment and supplies Along with the articles they also took in custody, one Felton Jo...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every •Friday morning at Ruak, Cherokee County, Texas. H' O. WARD, Editor and Publbbn Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 Kntered as second-claas matter, July 16, 1919. at the postefflce at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Montht .76 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 Ms game i6 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." The permanent wave is as much of a misnomer as the old "Three Day" cure for the liquor habit. The greatest drawback to being a member of the legislature is that sooner or later they have to come back home. Seme people r.ct all the time like they were lost, at least they keep go- ing aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

~ ** **'*•■ •'>* ***#-? m*** .w^^y-^iiSwf^ $$$&$& i*v „;_*£* * THIS KU8A CBEROKEEAN PAGE THBE1 m II jlft Si I I '1 I PARALYZES BOY IN GRAVE FIGHT Crippled Since He Wa* 13, Wins High Place in Chemistry. St Louie.—Although he in paralysed from the walat down and has bean confined to bod or a wheel chair aiaiM} jh* was thirteen, Thomas M. Pierce, at the age of twenty-eight, has beau graduated from St. Louia university, baa completed a post-graduate course in chemical engineering at Washing- ten university, and hnj to his record two financially successful chemical dls- coreries. Whence was thirteen, a hunting ac- cident l«ft a bullet in young Pierce's upper vertebrae. Three operations, the most recent of them last October, have failed to relieve the paralysis .that resulted, although the bullet has been removed following a series of events described by Thomas M. Pierce, Sr., as unprecedented In medical his- tory. An operation shortly after the acci- dent revealed that the bul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

r|!. m "■ No. 1182 Official Statural ol tk« Fkucial Cwditioa ai the Farmers and Merchants State Bank at Gallatiu. Suite of Texiu. at the close of uualnuHS ou the 27 day of March. ISW!). published In Tho Kuak Cherokeean. a newspaper printed and published at Husk, State of Texas, ou the 5ih. day of April, l«3fl. KESOURUKS Loaus und discounts undoubtedly isood, on personal or collateral security. llS.aiS.39 Loans secured b> real estate worth at leasttwlco amount loaned thereou. 2.&30.7S Real estate (bankluK Other real estate - - 1,820.00 Furniture and Fixtures l.MO.aS Cash on hand Due from Approvd Heserve Agents - S..«'..S. Due from other banks and bankers subject tivcheeck ou demand - 4.013.75 Interest In Depositors' Guaranty Fund 777.47 Assessment Depositors' Guaranty Fund .700.00 Other Resources, School Warrants - £3 TOTAL - 43.WJ5.05 LIABILITIES _____ Capital Stock paid In — - — $10,000.00 Undivided protlss, net 405.31 Individual Deposits, subject to check on which no Intere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

*• ) 6 Personal Items "Say It With Flower*." Say it with oura. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Charles E. McDonald of Jackson- ville was here last Saturday. A. R. Odom was a visitor in Jack- sonville, last Saturday. Leo Tosh made a business trip to Swift, on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pfarr, of Nacog doches, were here Sunday. Louis Butler jr., of Houston visit- ed his parents here last week. Mrs/Tom B. Mallard visited friends at Tyler, on Wednesday. Mesdaues A. 0. Lester, and Hu^h Lester Were in Tyler Wednesday. L. D. Dennis and Lizzie Shanks. Turner Dixon and Ella Mae Bailey. Edwin C. Todd and June Lucille Thornberry. Ollie Greenwood of Summerficld, was here Wednesday. FOR SALE—Dodge Coupe, 5 good tires, registered—priced to sell. See F. W. Waldrop Excellent coffee, that JOVE Brand j in pound package* at Jay's. Mrs. L. T. Moore lest Wednesday morning for AbUene, where she will visit her daug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

m w< en Reasons why 300,00O careful buyers have chosen the New Chevrolet Six since January M* Ever since the date of its introduction, the new Chevrolet Six has swept trium- phantly on to greater and greater heights of popularity. Value for value and price for price—buyers have com- pared it with other cars in the low-price field. And the result has been an over- whelming public preference—over 300,000 buyers since January 1st. And everywhere the enthusiasm is con- stantly increasing—for the new Chev- rolet Six combines, as does no other car in the world, those ten great funda- mental factors which careful buyers are now demanding in the cars they buy. 6-Cylinder Smoothness Due to the finer inherent balance of its six-cylinder valve-in-head motor, the new Chevrolet provides that smooth, quiet, flexible performance which is the distinguishing characteristic of the truly fine automobile. At every speed, the power is delivered easily, freely and without annoying vibration. You can r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 April 1929

r*j&i ;$S ; THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN - —— NOTICE OF COMMIS- SIONERS' SAL£. The STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OP CHEROKEE Notice is hereby given that by vir- tue of a certain order issued out of the Honorable Commissioners' Court of Cherokee County, on the 11th. day of March, A. I). 1929, J. J, Bolton, County Judge of Cherokee County, Texas, was appointed Commissioner .to sell the interest of Cherokee Coun- ty in and to certain real estate, situ- ated in Cherokee County, Texas, des- cribed a? follows, to wit: Being nil of Lot No. 3 in block No. (5 of the town of Rusk, Texas. As the property of Cherokee Coun- ty, and that on the first Tuesday in May, A. D. 1929, the same being the 7tb., day of said month, at the Court House door of Cherokee County, in the town of Rusk, Texas, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. by virtue of said order, I will sell said above described real estate at public vendue, for cash to the highest bidder, as the property of said Che- rokee County. And t...

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

EIGHT fife- NO. 1319 Official Statement of Financial Condition i®f the CITIZEN'S STATE BANK, at Reklaw, State of Tex- as, at the close of business on the 27th. day of March, 1929, published in the Rusk Cherokeean, a newspaper printed and published at Rusk, State of Texas, on the 5th day of April, 1929, RESOURCES Loans and discounts, undoubtedly good on personal or , collateral security $ 32,863.00 Loans secured by real estate, worth at least twice the amount loaned thereon 1,299.80 Overdrafts, undoubtedly good 234.45 Real Estate (Banking House) 3,371.15 Furniture and Fixtures 2.241.00 CaBh on hand 1,982.29 Due from approved reserve agents-. 14,947.28 Interest in Depositors' Guaranty Fund Assessment Depositors' Guaranty Fund Other Resources TOTAL #56,938.97 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ .15,000.00 Other Surplus Fund c . .. 750.00 Undivided Profits net ' 705.08 Individual Deposits subject to check 40,483.29 TOTAL 56,938.97 STATE OF TEXAS ] County of Cherokee ] We, B. B. Perkins, as pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

"J. WMf- :W V • «> • : , f . . ' KM. J. B' '*• 3202 Cornell Ave. " '1 * >« £ 3 Tee Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1929. VOLUME 10, NO. 41. COMMISSIONERS REFUND OUTSTANDING WARRANTS ok) At a meeting of the Commissioner's Court of Cherokee County, held Mon- day, the question of refunding the various outstanding Road and Bridge warrants was taken up, and it was uranimously agreed that it was the only practical, or even possible thing to do, and action was taken accord- ingly. The refund amounts to $218,000.- (10, representing indebtedness incurr- ed in building the roads and bridges of the county, and it covers a multi- ple of issues of various sizes and at different rates of interest, that were maturing at various times and caus- ing unlimited work and expense in keeping them in shape, and by the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

THE RUSK CITKROTfrtr/ N I 1 m Hp:;; SA RAL MOTORS ACCOUN. TANTS TRAINED IN TYLER In order to handle its tremendous accounting problem with the utmost effieciency, the great General Motors hundreds of thou- sands of dollars in developing and perfecting a system for itself, its dis- tributors and dealers. Then it found a new problem—the training of as- sistants in the particular system. To do this work itself was quickly found impractical. So arrangements were made with Tyler .Commercial College for giving instruction in General Motors Accounting. This course was added to the T. C. C. curriculum only a few months ago, but young people are already going out into positions with General Motors dealers. General Motors Ac- counting may be taken along with other subjects or experienced accoun- tants and bookkeepers can enter for specializing in this system alone. Names of some of the young peo- ple who have furnished the Automo- bile Accounting Course are listed be- low . You may write any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

!> UlPjMjh" $&&&&wmmm WtotAtoA _• THJS HUSH. CHEROKJSEAM PAGE CARE FOR THE INSANE COULDN'T LEAVE HOUSE FOR SIX LONG MONTHS Care of the insane in the state hospitals of Texas is a subject which a group of Texas legislators is very anxious to bring before the people of the state. Representative Bradley of Houston is a leader in the move- ment, along with Representative Helen Moore of Texas City, Senator Patton of Nacogdoches and Senator Beck of DeKalb. The case is quite simple. The fact has been determined by investigation that approximately 500 persons of unsound mentality are confined in the jails of Texas awaiting trasfer to the six state .hospitals. The hos- pitals at present are caring for at least 300 more persons for whom pro- per accomodations can't be provided. Representative Bradley proposes that new wings be built on the insti- tutions at Wichita Falls and Rusk, four wings in all, to accomodate, res- pectively, white men, white women negro men and negro w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

If ^7-•••'•iv'. j I I reasons why it will pay you to choose a General Motors car 5of general CHEVROLET. 7 model'- $715. A ix in the price r*oge of the four. Smooth, powerful 6- cylinder valve-in-head engine. Beautiful new Fisher Bodies. AJn Light delivery chassis. Sedan de- livery model. 1H *°n chassis and iH ton chassis with cab, both with four speeds forward. PONTIAC. 7 models. $745—$895. Now offers "big sii" motoring luxury at low cost. Larger L-head engine; larger Bodies by Fisher. New attractive colors and stylish line. OLDSMOBILE.7 models. $S75— $1035. The Fine Car at Low Price. New models offer further refine- ments, mechanically and in the Fisher Bodies—yet at reduced prices. Also new Special De Luxe models. OAKLAND. 8 models. $1145— $1375. New Oakland All Ameri- can Six. Distinctively original appearance. Splendid performance. Luxurious appointments. Attrac- tive colors. Bodies by Fisher. BUICK.igmodels. $1195—$1145. The Silver Anniversary Buiclc. Three wheelbascs from 115 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

W- m 9 • THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FI Personal Items "Say It With Flov/er*." Say it with ours. Cut t'lowera, pot plants, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. W. P. Singletary and C. H. Weaver left Sunday for points in Arizona, for a vacation. ■ < C. E. Strauss, assistant manager of the Southern Pine Lumber Co., at Oiboll, was her Tuesday on business. Omer Odom and Joe Goodwin of Jacksonville were here Tuesday on business. Ed Huston of Alto, 'was a Husk vis- tor, ihi; lirst of the week.y Miss Miss Marguerite Sullivan of Grapeland, visitod friends here last week. Dr. J. L. Summers, Dr. Guy Black, Claude Manning and Teddy Butler went to Dallas, last Friday, to see "Babe" Ruth knock his first home lun of the season. DR. SHELFER COMING Sam Knox and wife and children left this week for their new home in Arkansas among the Ozark moun- tains. They have been visiting the family of Dr. R. C. Priest for the last few weeks. Mrs. Wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

Rusk Cherokeean «kly newspaper morning at . T< Cherokee • O. WABD, Editor and Publisher ■rl L. Ward, Aaet. Editor & Pub Office Phone S16 1 Pf kl Entered aa aecond-ciaae matter, July 16, 1919. at the poetefflce at Knak, Teacaa, under the Act ef March I, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On* Year $ 1.J0 Ox Month* 71 Three Month* — .49 OUR CREED j ' "I take no thought of my neighbor'* birth, Or the way he makea his prayer: I grant him a white man's place o't earth, If As 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." The new, wonderful car that has been named the "Roosevelt" must be a rough rider. o We could never understand why these stick-up men will pass up a steam laundry and go on to a bank. o There is nothing more unreliable than one of these court house or town clocks, unless it is an unwilling wit- ness before a grand ju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

; .. v.E - o 1$ '■■w, ■ EVIDENCE OF POPULARITY "Probably the best possible evi- dence of the wide popularity of Good- year tires and other orodnets was jjiven in the 1928 statement of earn- ings just made and which shows that the Goodyear company set a new re- cord in sales volume," according to local Goodyear dealer in Rusk. "The report showed an increase in total unit sales of tires of 32 per cent over 1927 and sales amounted to $250,709,209, an increase of $28,- 590,669 over the previous year, not- withstandin gthe lower selling prices prevailing in 1928 and large losses incurred by the industry generally due to the drastic drop in crude rub- ber during the first of the year." "This unusual record," according to J. C. Williams, "is, in the last an- alysis, a tribute of faith in Goood- year products by the motoring public of America and the world. It proves that more people prefer Goodyear tires than any other kind." He called attention to the fact, brought out in the company's re...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 April 1929

...FREE... Cooking School TO BE CONDUCTED BY Mrs. fiOILSIECK Expert Demonstrator for The Westinghouse Automatic Range At Main Office of The Gulf Public Service Co. RusK, Texas MONDAY and TUESDAY APRIL 15th. and 16th. From 3 to 5 Each Evening Ladies of Rusk and vicinity cordially invited To attend this Demonstration School A meeting of the School Trustees of the rural schools of Cherokee county, is to tip held here today, the meeting to be conducted in the Dis- trict court room. An interesting program has been arranged for the occasion, and many questions of interest to the schools and patrons will be up for considera- tion. "R" ASSOCIATION WAS ORGANIZED AT RUSK HI. Last night the "R" Association met at the home of James Fitts for the purpose of electing officers. The fol- lowing officers were elected: Burke Smith—President. Watson Benge—Vive-President Louis Simpson—Secretary. Herbert Dickey—Treasurer. The boys were served with deli- cious cake and fruit salad after the business sess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1929

The Rusk cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1929. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 10, NO. 42. % PROTESTING CHANGE IN AUTO TAX DIVISION. One of the major questions coming before the special session of the state legislature, which is to convene next Monday, will be that of the auto and gasoline tax, from which the high- ways are to be maintained. Under the present law the auto tax has booh turned over to the respec- tive counties, up to a certain figure, for the mainteance of the lateral roads, while the tax on gasoline has gone to State Highway Commission building and maintaining the desig- nated state highways. There was much agitation during the recent regular session to cut the present auto tax from 20 to 50 per cent, and also to divert some of the revenue to the State department, which will work an injustice to the lateral roads. ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 April 1929

f ■ PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEROTCF.E/.N m m 1' ■UK M Citation on Application for Letter* cf Guardianship Sold By N. A. WALLACE South Side Rusk, Texas No. 1793 THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to cause to be putjished once each week for aperiod of ten days before the re- turn day hereof, in a newspaper of general circulation, which has been continuously and regularly publish- ed for a period of not less than one year in said Cherokee County, a copy of the following notice: THE STATE OF TEXAS, To all persons interested in the wel- fare of Jas. Irl Norton, a minor, Mrs Laura Miller has filed in the County Court of Cherokee County, an appli- cation for letters of Guardianship upon the person and estate of said minor, Jas. Irl Norton, which said ap- plication will be heard at the next i term of said Court, commencing on ; the first Monday in May A. D. 1929, 1 the same being the 6th., day of May | A. D. 1929, at the Cour...

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