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

; J-M 5gg fetf* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAi.' PAGE FIV* IP Personal Items "Say It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Waggoner, of Timpson, were here Friday visiting friends. Mrs. Arna J. Harvey and son Chas. Owen, of Hillsboro, Texas, visited her brother Harmon Stevens and father John T. Stevens were here this week. * Dollar Sale Saturday, F. D. Wal- drop. Mrs. S. R. Curtis and Miss Ella Curtis were visitors in Tyler last week. Roy Jenkins of Dallas, was a busi- ness visitor here, Monday. Jim Adams, Deputy Sheriff, was in Jacksonville Tuesday, on business. Tom Crammer was a visitor in Jacksonville. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Shelby and Misses Katherine Beall and Grace Mason rs.' turned Saturday from a visit to Dal- las. Mrs. L. D. Guinn is visiting rela- tives and friends in Houston. When you Drop your watch think ofJWal-drop. Remember the Music ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1929

W «■* Chcrokeean Idy newspaper nobliabad mrgr morning at Rule, CkwokM y, Tim B* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Awe. Editor & Pub Office Phone 31# WBt Entered as aecond-claaa matter, July Id, 1819. at the poctoffice at Rusk, Texaa, under the Act ef March I, 187®. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year f 1.50 Six Months — .76 Three Mentha ' .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor'* birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place on earth, If Els 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." There is one advantage in living in a slow town, in that you are not subjected to being killed by a live wire. o We have so long been accustomed to accepting it as a fact that there is no fool like an old fool, but in do- ing so we frequently overlook the re- formed drunkard. It is reported that a super...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 May 1929

Pf A SPECIAL OFFER TO HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES AND UNEMPLOYED TEACHERS There is a wonderful opportunity in business for the unemployed tea- cher and the high school graduate. Because of your unusual literary qualifications, business concern pre- fer you. You mak: letter trained office employees. No matter what your circumstances are, you should have a business train- ing. Even though you plan to enter college, you should first have a busi- ness training and then you have a better chance to work your way through college. We have a novel yet simple plan that is helping hundreds of high school graduates, college drop-outs and former teachers, through our school. Our plan will enable you to attend school regardless of your fi- nancial circumstances. You can ar- range to pay a greater portion of the expenses of your course after you are Now is the time to begin. By en- tering now you will complete your courses during the fall months when business ig better and when more posi- tions are usua...

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

i RUSK CBEROKEEAN CORDON LIKE NEW MAN SINCE HE TOOK SARGON "Words cannot express the good I derived from Sargon." recently de- clared B. H. Gordon, Southwestern Representative of Dodd Mead & Co., one or the largest school book pub- lishing houses in America. B. H. GORDON "I was in a terrible run-down con- dition and suffered constantly from stomach trouble. My kidneys gave me so much trouble I had to get up eight or ten times every night. I was underweight, had so little strength I could attend to no business at all that required physical strength Tieat. ments and medicines consistently fail- ed to help me. "I talked with several people who had taken Sargon. They were so en- thusiastic over the medicine I de- cided to try it. I was greatly sur- prised by the actual results. I am like a new person. I am no longer troubled with my kidneys, and I sleep like a child. 1 relish my meals and everything agrees with me. I have gained ten pounds and attend to my every duty now without tir...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

Rusk Cherokeea Tmi WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE CG JNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1929 VOLUME 10 NO. 41} A NATIVE RiJSK BOY j ANOTHER TOWN HOME CALLED IN DEATH i DESTROYED BY FIRE Elbert M . Gregg departed this | It has not become a daily, but life at a Snn Antonio sanitarium, i rather too frequently a nightly oc- where he had been taking treatment i curance, that residences in our city for several weeks, at 1:20 a. m„ Wed-1 are being destroyed by the fiery ele nesday, May 8th., after a presistent and irresistible illness from which he has been patiently and hopefully suf- fering for a long time. The remains, accompanied by his brother Eldredge, were brought here yesterday morning, and funeral ser- vices, conducted by Rev. J. E. But- trill of the Methodist church, were held at the residence of 'his father, Capt. E. R. Gregg, at five o'clock in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

fppmmm YOUNGER SAYS PORTER Sargon was a godsend to me, and I Mess the day I first bought it, I feel like a new man," said J. F. Porter, of Keller, Texas. Mr. Porter is 73 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAM FOUR PALESTINE AUTOISTS INJURED Crockett, Texas, May 5.—An auto- mobile in which a Palestine party was enroute to Crockett to attend a dance Friday night collided with a truck, running without lights, three miles from Crockett and as a result four persons were injured. Gilbert Parker suffered a com- pound fracture of his right leg, both bones being broken just above the ankle. Miss Pat Wiley received in- jures about both lower limbs and a cheek wound. Mrs. R. H. Olen'bush had her right arm fractured in the elbow. Miss Virginia Olenbush re- ceived serious .bodily injures and bruises. All alive at Palestine. ANOTHER MONTHLY RECORD IS BROKEN It has been a long time since one of those real "panther stories" has gone through the country, but they were terrors in their days. Many did not have any fait...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

• 7- -■ y:y-:y-ry o a THE RUSK. CHSKOUBAM CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to sum- mon Ansel R. Watson, the unknown hcris of Ansel R. Watson, James G. Timmons, unknown heris of Jame3 G. Timmons, L. H. Dillard, James P. Farrar, Melinda M. Farrar, John A. Farrar, and the unkinwn heris of L. H. Dilard, James F. Farrar, Melinda M. Farrar, John A. Farrar, J. W. Goodman, M. M. Goodman, Harris Gilliam, M. A. Dismuke, W. H. lol- nies, Marietta Holmes, T. H. Hall, and the unknown heirs of J. W. Good- man, M. M. Goodman, Harris Gilliam, M. A. Dismuke, W. H. Holmes, Mari- etta Holmes and T. H. Hall oil the second Monday in July A. D. 1929, the same being the 8th. day of July A. D. 1929, then and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 25th day 'of April, A. D. 1929, in a suit, numbered on the docket of. said Court No. 10678, wherein S. G. Kerr is plaintiff, and Ansel R. Wat- son, unkn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

m 11IJS Rl'SK Cll£K0&£EAK CITATION mMM nr DH % THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Cherokee County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to sum- mons the unknown owners of the fol- lowing described property located in. Cherokee County, Texas, to-wit: A strip of land off of the west side of Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Block No. 6 of the town of Mt. Selman, Texas, 30 feet wide. This 30 foot strip of land, together with the pre-1 sent street, will make an 80 foot right-of-way for the highway in front of these lots, to appear on the 7th., day of June, A. D. 1929, before! J. W. Ware, Ray Lewis and A. M. :Ior-t dan, who have been duly appointed Commissioners b> the County Judge of Cherokee County, Texas, in the case of State of Texas vs Unknown Owners of the property above des- cribed, and numbered 2120 on the docket of the County Court of Che- rokee County, Texas, said hearing to be held at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the 1st. day of June, A. D. 1929, at the law office of Joh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

M %v *"'• |fv , • 's '-A' *<"flpP w *. utMidiu >8m &$& •1.1 THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE • fi|® Ride The Busses See the front yards of our Cities. Personal Items 'Sty It With Flower*." Say it with oars. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral lesigrig. Daily Schedule to Dallas: 6 a.m. lO a. m. 3:45 p.m. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Will Lewis and Bob Lee of Wells, were visitors here Tuesday. Leave Dallas for Rusk 8 a. m. 1 p. m. Good Busses and Careful Operators Call 48 I M. MANSFIELD, RUSK HOTEL, AGENT Sunshine Bus Lines, (Inc.) Super Sud* Coupon* are good at Jay's. A. M. Jordan of Reklaw, was here Saturday, on business. R. R. Sanders of Pollok, was here Saturday, on business. When you Drop your watch thin* of,'Will-drop. 'SERVING EAST TEXAS' Bloomer Florence and H. M. Tread- way of Alto, were here Monday on court business. Mrs. Emmett House and children of Houston, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Smith. S. M. Adams and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

•• , • f -22L TOE ItUflK ■ f/ • * ii Rusk Citerokeean newspaper rabiUM «wj morning at Ruak, CkorokM ntj. Tew. H- O. WARD, Editor and PuMulier Pearl L Ward, Aaat. Editor Se Pub Office Phone 316 Entered u second-claaa matter, July 16, 1919, at the poctoffice at Ruak, Texaa, under the Act •€ March S, 187®. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 1 1.S0 Six Months ........ .76 Three Mtotha .4# OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him * white man's place oi> earth, If As game is on the square. If he plays straight, 111 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." There is something touchingly thoughtful and affectionate about the man whoes wife takes in washing, insisting that she get herself one of these electrical wahsers. 3 GLASSES WATER I HELP CONSTIPATION One glass of water is not enough— take three glasses one hour before bre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

gpifr* ''■^:''?^ri^a ' ' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN A SPECIAL OFFER TO HIGH I SCHOOL GRADUATES AND | UNEMPLOYED TEACHERS There is a wonderful opportunity in business for the unemployed tea- cher and the high school graduate. Because of your unusual literary qualifications, business concern pre- fer you. You miik; l etter trained office employees. No matter what your circumstances are, you should have a business train- ing. Even though you plan to enter college, you should first have a busi- ness training and then you have a better chance to work your way through college. We have a novel yet simple plan that is helping hundreds of high school graduates, college drop-outs and former teachers, through our school. Our plan will enable you to attend school regardless of your fi- nancial circumstances. You can ar- range to pay a greater portion of the expenses of your course after you are Now is the time to begin. By en- tering now you will complete your courses during the fall months...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 May 1929

ujj^v .y THE RUSK CUKKQKEEAN SEE THE PRIZES IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY FREE! us R. ODOM AND SALE AND CONTEST STARTS FRiDAY, May 10 2:30 P. K This stock must be Closed Out at once to make room for New LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Shop which will soon occupy this location! Drastic Reductions throughout the Entire Stock! Everything Goes! ENTIRE STOCK SMASHED TO ROCK BOTTOM PRICES! (Watch for Our Sale Bill) Every Item in Stock Goes at Close-Out Prices HOW TO WIN All prizes will be given free on last day of campaign to persons having the most votes. It does not cost you one cent to enter this great campaign. Votes will be given with all purchases. 1,000 votes to each person registering on regis- tration day and for sale of merchandise cards. Votes given at the rate of 1,000 votes for each dollar purchase, and 10.00 votes given for sale of each $5 merchandise card. You can nominate yourself or some friend. Complete information and rules will he giv- en each contestant. Don't wait t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

/■* 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. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1929. VOLUME 10, NO. 47. RUSK DOES NOT RUSK TO HAVE NEW BANK ON DREAM. GIN THIS SEASON. (ftpiic ill < one p' i (ii'iii fn J. i. Nt-w.-. < i j May nh. ) Rusk, Texas, May 7.—when the story of forgotten towns is finally written, New Birmingham, two miles from Rusk, will contribute a substan- j tial chapter. The burning recently of the old Southern Hotel, one of Tex- as' best when it was erected nearly forty years ago, leaves an abandoned 1 but in its day an imposing brick j school house the only standing land- mark of what promised to be the in- \ dustrial capital of a large portion of Texas. Piles of broken brick, sunken jklaces which are said to have been Basement excavations and an occa- sional chimney serve to impress the isitor with the erstwhile importanc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

ft n IN AUTOMOBILE HISTORY. . sjftjpp! ______ Detroit, Mich., May 14.—With pro- duction of the Ford Motor Company in full swing, the big Rouge Plant at Dearborn, the largest manufacturing establishment in the world, has be- come the scene of the greatest ac- tivity in its history. Repprts covering a month's opera- tions show the receipt of 9,009 car- loads of material and the shipment of 8,797 carloads of products from the plant. Incoming shipments consist largely of coal, hon ore, the latter being un- loaded from lake vessels at the Ford docks on the Rouge River, limestone, and sand, with numerous consign- ments of materials used in smaller quanities, while the Rouge Plant sends out for sale not only atumobiles and automobile parts, but also coke, -cement, scrap and various other by- products save through manufacturing efficiency. Within the Rouge factory enclo- sure are 92 miles of railway, on which an average of 2,000 cars are handled daily, including those used for intra- factor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

■ IPSPPIPF7''"-'^ ■V-! —i THE RUU. ifm&SESigm fiBBEOWM ===== == \ A SPECIAL OFFER TO HIGH | trict; but if there be no newspaper SCHOOL GRADUATES AND' published in said Judicial District, UNEMPLOYED TEACHERS' m a newspaper published in the ' nearest District to said Second Judi- cial District, to appear at the next There is a wonderful opportunity in business for the unemployed tea- cher and the high school graduate. Because of your unusual literary qualifications, business concern pre- fer you. You makj better trained office employees. No matter what your circumstances are, you should have a business train- ing. Even though you plan to enter college, you should first have a busi- ness training and then you have a better chance to work your way through college. We have a novel yet simple plan that is helping hundreds of high school graduates, college drop-outs and former teachers, through our school. Our plan will enable you to attend school regardless of your fi- nancial circums...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

yvj ■is W& | 1 E v 7W ' BUSK CHfROltfiEXJJ i'i> lliiii(id rroU> l HK« Onu^ dismantled, and the streets overgrown —nevertheless, Rusk dreams of a day when the iron in these hills shall make of it a continental mart. "Three things are necessary for the produc- tion of iron," Judge Guinn told the representative of The News: "ore, •coke and limestone. The coke can be shipped in at a reasonable price, limestone is available and the ore about Rusk is 46 per cent pure as against 36 per cent ore in the Alaba- ma fields. Furthermore, their ore has to be mined, while all we have to do is to strip off a thin layer of the earth, break up the ore and put it in a furnace. Judge Guinn's statements are bas- ed on knowledge acquired by bim over a long period of- time, during j a portion of which he was assistant finacial agent for the State peniten- tiary formerly situated here. That institution produced iron at a profit, he declares, but could not compete in its twenty-five-ton furnace wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

fag ftUstt CMEROKEEAN 1 : 1 1 .SUMMER COMFORTS. Get them now and enjoy yourself. . have such great comforts as: CANE ROCKERS and CHAIRS PORCH CHAIRS in CANE and SLAT Backs LAWN SETTEES, Real dreams for rest. SUN PARLOR SUITES, in Wicker and Fibre. We YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD And We Deliver B. F. SHERMAN Personal Items W. T. Norman made a business trip to Houston the first of the week. | Say It With Flower*." I Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral tesitrns. H. A. Murphy is in Beaumont this wc-ek, attending the K. of P. Grand Lodgfe, as u di.'h*yate. I have received my line of summer hats, with a fit for every head. A shape for every face. A touch of style that brands them a little above the ordinary. Mrs. S. R. Curtis. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stone spent Sunday at Henderson. Jim Arnwine of Maydelle, was a visitor here Monday. Take a look at our SPECIALS every Saturday. C. E. Jay. B. C. Shattuck of Ja...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

•A:- .,tei m\ the Rusk Cherokeean t weekly newspaper pob!iab*d mij V riday morning at Ruak, CbntkM County, Tana. H* O. WABOf Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & 1'ub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-claaa matter, July 16, 1919. at the poateffice at Ruak, 7 exas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On* Year • 1.50 Six Month* .76 Three Montha .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor'a birth, Or the way he makea hia prayer: I grant him a white man'a place on earth, If flb game ia on the aquare. 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" Some people's idea of prosperity is to be able to buy anything they want on time. It was one of our early ambitions to be able to extract the fluid from a cow's udder with such expertness as to be able to milk straight in a boy's mouth ten feet away. Wonder what has become ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SETT.V ii ■—— FARM RELIEF BOARD Congress, called into an extra ses- sion April 15, has set out to enact farm relief legislation at an early date. First of all the new legislation will' call for a federal farm board. This • board will include the Secretary of,' Agriculture, ft will be clothed with | far-reaching powers, intended to pro-1 mote the policy of minimizing price i fluctations by furthering the orderly marketing of agricultural products ii\. interstate and foreign commerce, and the further policy of encourag- ing producers to organize effective associations under their own control for greater unity of effort in market- ing. Not only will the farm board be given large powers but it will have a vast fund of money at its disposal. This amount will approximate a half billion dollars. With the aid of such a huge fund, it is hardly needful to say that a government board, if wise- ly administered, will be in position to accomplish much in the promotion of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 May 1929

HBitWpWlB CHfcftORCfcAN ' V J ft ■ U I fli 5 > Allen-A Hosiery Now on Sale at 20% Reductions Newest Styles ' Newest Shades Standard Quality Event ends Monday Come in at once This special Introductory Sale of AQervA Ilonery ii the aeaaatacm of the town. Every woman is talking about it. If yo*i haven't attended, we urge you to do so at once. You will find Allen-A Hosiery—the favorite hosiery of Screen Stars at a full 20% reduction in price. And we guarantee every pair of hose to be the newest Spring and Summer Styles, in the most popular shades. Our regular stock, and first Allen-A quality. This event is sponsored by the Aflen-A Company, dur- ing National Allen-A Week. To acauaint many new women with this famous Hosiery. Monday marks the of this sale. Come in NOW and save 20$. Lots 1 and 2: Chiffon, in Beige, Blonde, White Jade, Shell Gray, Atmosphere, Silver, Champagne, Rose Pearl, and Kasha Beige. <D1 CC Regular Price $1.95, at . . Lot 3: Full All Silk Service Weight, same col...

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