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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

•. i. —'' * ** —1— —™ if* The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922 NO. 31 NEXT WEEK'S PICTURES At the Jewel Theatre Monday, February 6th. PRISCILLA DEAN In her Super Special Production "REPUTATION" Tuesday-Wednesday. No Show. Thursday, February 9th. The Lois Weber Production "TO PLEASE ONE WOMAN" IT'S A PROBLEM YET UNSOLVED. Friday, February 10th. DOROTHY DALTON In the rugged story of Alaska • "THE IDOL OF THE NORTH" Saturday, February 11th. JOHN GILBERT In the story of the Northwest Mounted Police "GLEAM O' DAWN'* Presbyterians Hold Meetings. • v:v. District Court Near End of Labors for Present Term. District Court is nearly at an end for this term. Next Mon- day the Bates case from Nacog- ches county will be taken up and if it is completed in the week court will adjourn Saturday, Feb. 11th. If the case should not be disposed of within the week it will be necessary to con- tinue for a longer time. There should be a large number of peo- ple h...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

fK v - TOU CANT TRUST CALOMEL HT ALL It's Quicksilver, Salivates, Causes Rheumatism and Bone Decay. The next dose of calomel you take may salivate you. It may shock your liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel Is dangerous. It Is mercury, quicksil- ver. It crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. If you feel bilious, headachy, consti- pated and all knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dod- son's Liver Tone for a few cents which Is a harmless vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful nnd if it doesn't start your liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty calomel and without making you sick, you just go back and get your money. Don't take calomel! It can not be trusted any more than a leopard or a wild-cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tone which straightens you right up and makes you feel fine. No salts neces- sary. Give it to the children because It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

****** - ., '.< m* ■WW- «« • •*■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN 9 I MONTHS OF JUPINO How a Baltimore Girl Recovw ered Her Health Baltimore, Maryland.—"For several months I suffered with severe backache I and general weak- nesa.1 could not sleep comfortably at night for pains in mv back. I found your book at home one day and after reading it be- gan at once to take Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound. I have had very good results and some of my girl friends are taking it now. You may use this letter to help other girls, as the letters in your book helped me." — Rose Waidner, 3018 Boseland Place, Baltimore, Md. That is the thought so often expressed in letters recommending Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. These wo- men know what they have suffered, they describe their symptoms and state how they were finally made well. Just plain statements, but they want other women to be helped. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound is a medicine made from medi- cinal roots and herbs, and with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

i 8MP£ A weekly uewspaper publUnecl every Friday morning at Husk. Gberoke* County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and Publliher OFFICE PHONE 3 16 SUBSCRIPTION UATI'S Ouo Year - • $1.50 Six Mouths - - .T.'i Three Mouths - - 40 This paper slops at expiration of sul st rij fcion. No paper "forced" « u auymo. Entered as necoixl-clust in. tler July I 9tU, ut the post office at. iJ ;^lc. T \ i>. iie he Act of March 3, 1870. Cherokeean T^« , °f"" Gives Away a Free Scholarship. Mr. Ralph Reynolds of Bryan, Texas, won tht $65.09 scholar- ship offered by the Tyler Com- | marcial College to one interested in taking a commercial course who would guess the nearest number of enrollments the school would have in 1921. This young man is very fortunate in getting this scholarship for it entitles him to a business course in the H. H. Powell for County Clerk. This week the Cherokeean Marketing of Farm Products. Under the above heading A. L. Milter Intended for | ir lksitl«>n should he •tgnei. Address...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

jApag&a Society and Clubs !KCt . W. L. Martin, I dllor, Phone 69 Rush Preliminary Work on Nation- wide Highway System. Highway construction will not be delayed by the requirements Id Memory. Brother R. T. Dew was laid to rest in the A mold cemetery, near Forest, Tex,is, on December 11, Bachelor Girls Are Entertained. Mrs. Raymond Vermillion en- tertained the Bachelor Girls last Friday afternoon. She was most charmingly assisted by her sis- ( ter, Miss Linda Bonner, and Miss Zula Holcomb. The diversion was 42, five tables being arrang- j ed for the players. c« wort Citric I*1 lit. to .Jim Missionary Tea. The Woman's Missionary Soci-: ety had a very delightful time at! their tea given at the home of Mrs. John Sloan Monday after- noon. Mrs. Tom Mallard. Mrs. i S. S. Prosser and Mrs. J o h n Sloan were tiie hostesses. They entertained their guests with a delightful program of music pre- Marriage Licenses. The follow i:ijf mrt> ri i^e licens t; I'II nt I-11 v O (i a i)-|, ,\ M P-K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

STORM BATTERED LINERS STAGGERING IN * OVERSEAS PASSENGER 8HIP< OVERDUE WEATHER STORM |, AFTER HARD FIGHT. EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST THE MATOIKEJTURNS BACK 8torm Sweeps Southward. Many FaiJ To Pick Up the Ambrose Light. Wireless Work* Wonders. New York.—Big ocean liners, la- boring up the narrows into New York harbor like wayfarers bruised and .blinded by the storm, and wire- less reports from a navy ship strug- gling in the zone between Cape Hat- teras and the West Indies, tell the story of a furious time on the Atlan- tic Ocean. The storm has swept to the south- ward. It is now in the path of the South American and West Indies boats and many of these vessels, re- porting by wireless, say they are hard put to maintain headway of three knots. Forty ships, including nineteen passenger vessels, were due to dock in New York Monday, some, unable to make their berths before dark, anchored in the bay to wait for day- light. Many had failed to pick up the Ambrose light. By sun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

' 1 i "•.:V %: r&* ' r ' -" Jm £ i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Big Death Toll From Hooch it— Cleveland Chemist Declares Un- dertakers Will Have Pros- perous Year About 1926. DANGER FROM RAW FUSEL Oil revenue stamps were confiscated. Fed- eral secret service operatives declare that statements made by some of the six persons arrested in connection with the raid Indicate that $50,000 had been "cleared" during the last year through sales of the labels to bootleggers In Kansas City, New York, Chicago, De- troit and other cities.. 4t Removes the Oxygen From the Blood, Causes Lips and Body to Turn Blue and Has the Same Effect as Asphyxiation. Cleveland, O.—Undertakers will have • prosperous year about 1 'JIM, in tlie opinion of analytical and consulting chemists here, becuu.se, they claim, tlie Grim lteaper is whetting his scythe for a harvest of prohibition liquor drink- ers. Hundreds of persons are slowly but surely asphyxiating themselves, ac- cording to J. M. Kovuchy, assistant city chemis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1922

- _ p p aid Groceries^ .Right now at the beginning of the new year we want to extend to all you people an expression of our ithanks for the liberal patronage accorded to us dur- ing the time we have been in business. Marvin Troublefield Phone 169 We Deliver Promptly ]□□□[ ;== EASY TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good idea for you to do likewise. C. E. JAY East Side Square The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS S5S: J Exceptionally Fine Bargain 68 acres of land with good 6-mom house; 44 acres in cultivation, 24 acres good timber land; 10 acres in orchard, 53 acres fenced; running water in pasture. Price $4500; one half cash, balance 8 per cent. FOR RENT: Good new 5-room house, close in. Price $10 per month. Good Studebaker Automobile farm or vendor's lien ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

. , M] mwm The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 rusk, Cherokee county, texas, Friday, February 10, 1922 NO. 32 IS BATES GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY what ails farming Twelve Men Hear Evidence Will Decide Fate of George Bates Accused of Killing His Wife in Nacagdoches County The case of the State versus George Bates, charged with the murder of his wife in Nacogdo- ches county, is on trial this week, change of venue having been taken to this county on account of inability to secure a jury in that county. Judge S. W. Blount of Nacog- doches and County Attorney Jake Chiles of Rusk are prose- cuting. Judge V. E. Middle- brook, S. M. Adams and Jesse W. Bates of Nacogdoches are de- fending the prisoner. The case came to trial Monday morning before Judge Lee D. Guinn and after the usual skir- mishing to postpone, and delay, and quash, and all the other le- gal quibbling that can be brought to bear in a case of this charac - ter they found the judge ada- mant and finally got down to the business of hunting a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

ft,*,*. . f-: ■':-£> ?"• " ■ \ ' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I^P 5 SBS? I 1 \ * I I I • I CONFERENCE IS BROUGHT TO A CLOSE THE SIGNING OF WORLD PEACE TREATIE8 FINISHED MONDAY MORNING. UNUSUAL INTEREST IS SHOWN Final Meeting of Delegates Held in Hall of the Daughters of the Revolution. Washington.—The history-making conference on the limitation of arma- ment and Far Eastern questions came to its end Monday with the signing of treaties and a farewell address by President Harding. With its work characterized by Mr. Harding as "the first deliberate and effective expression of great power, in the consciousness of peace, of war's utter futility," the great con- ference went to its niche of history to await the judgments and develop ments o'l the future. In the great assembly hall of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion, where all the open sessions have been held, the delegates of the nine nations assembled marched in turn to a space at the great green- baize table and affixed their signa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

sW&ar'i i&Mt^ -M? • ; '>£ mm THF! RTTSIC CHEROKEEAN juniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu a r 'VB 1 Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubleday, Page 6 Company 3 *fllllilll!llll!IIIIMIIIIIIII!l!l!llllilllllllllIllltllllllllllllllll!lllllllll llllllflllllllllillll!!llIII KillJllllllHilltllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllin THE BOY, FATHER OF THE MAN. Here's another of those Booth Tarklngton boy-and-nlri stories that set everyone laughing and living over again the days'of youth. This one Is much liko "Penrod" and "Seventeen" and "The Oriole." It's different, too. in that it carries Ramsey Milholland and Dora Yo- oum through school and college life to early maturity In the World War. So it's serious as well as funny, and It's one of Booth Tar- kington's best of Its kind. That's enough. CHAPTER I. When Johnnie comes marching home again, Hurrah! H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

" . v ^ - V W-V ; ■ .'>■■<1 •■ V:p A ■-vvs' i.i:- .v'c5; <■....:-v. v^M • ... • . •: '" • > V^.<- ' ■'/ ,/•.? t v * ?$ir ii - i i i " — pubtUtiMl every Kriilwy [ at ltuslt. Olierokei County, UYxurt W. L. MARTIN Editor and Publisher n mx ■ • OFFICE PHONE 310 -V ' SUBSUR11'TBION UATl< J'ft Ouq Year Six Months Three Months This paper stops at ox pi ration < tion. No paper "fumnl" « $uy< Enterali as aeeoort-c !. .• * mat!* 919. at the postoflloc :i\ I he A i! i of March '6. IST '. Sl.no i.-.rip- •r .July it! To the Voters of Cherokee County. In making my announcement as candidate for the office of County Superintendent, I wish to bring before you^the following facts: I have a permanent State Cer- tificate. I have taught sixteen lyears two of which were in a I one-teacher school; two in a i three-teacher school; two in iuo Does Training Pay? At the present time, %he busi- ness world is passing through a state of reconstruction. Busi- ness is improving rapidly and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

(I Vi'M JOHN B. BURNS FOR CONGRESS Center Man Discu ses Isf.uts in Opinir.g .tate- :n Cr-iao?!?:: To the People of tin- Seco.i i C-..i- gressional Dist rift: When one oifers l,: . - !i : important post the pe ;>le :..-• .e right to know who :<■ is, «:• his record is. and wh:<: his v>- vv are on public que>i ions. I an- n candidate for th • high < f*if Congressman from this good oM East Texas District because of] the goou i may he nbl.* to nccom-j plish, and because i am ambi- tious. I am not unmindful of the hardships incident, to the lon.tr campaign, nor do I think a Con- gressman's job an easy one. But I enter the race filled with enthu- siasm and a determination to win. Sketch of Life. Since I am unknown to many,. I deem it not improper to submit ( a brief sketch of my life. I was born on Murvau! Creek in Panola County, nearly forty- five years ago. My father, the late Doctor J. W. Burns, moved from the farm on Murval to Woods, Panola County, when 1 was six year...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

Pi fl'fl -ywfc r h ft i How to Live Health. Happiness and Longevity s By GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M-, M D. Copjright, 1920, bj International Press Bureau $ BREATHING. >1 w do you breathe? You should " teiiiii to breathe properly. Many peo- ple ■live lazy lungs. Fresh air is a free ®l- hut' It is like most of the Kilts of aven in that we must (lo our aha*' of work to benefit by it. No one wo . 1 expect to have a good fire just because a pair of bellows hangs on a nail by the chimney, but that is ex- actly what many people expect of their lungs, which are really only the bellows given us to keep the fire of life burning bright and clear within us. Tl.is trick of lazy lungs is a habit, and, like nt y other, may be overcome by persistent effort. Many persons, for example, are afflicted with a nervous habit of holding the breath uncon- sciously. These are I lie people who, In qptte of plenty of time spent out of doors catch cold easily, digest poorly, and are always more or loss under the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

■■pp wr i = Society and Clubs iJltrs. [V. L. JtCarlln, lidllor. Phone 69 Ladies Auxiliary of the Baptist the living room on lines strung Church Shower Mrs. Charles i from wal1 to w:j11 were beautiful Thompson. qull,s of them)' b,;"lkcts' sheets, pillow cases, towels, ev- The true spirit of sympathy. ■ erythillJ, to furni sli :i linen closet. love, and affection was exempli-, There vvm, dre9BeS| too> andbun- Mrs. B. A. Murphy Entertains for MrsrJ. N. Battle. A very preu.y affair was given by Mrs. B. A. Murphy Wednes day afternoon, honoring her of tied at the surprise shower given at the home of Mrs. W. H. Sh >ok by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Baptist church Saturday after- noon. Symyathy f o r M r s. Thompson in the loss of her home arid all its furnishings in a recent fire; love and affection for one who is so true to her fellow work- ers and so active in all ■ depart- ments of church work. The regular social meeting >f the Auxiliary is held ; he fifth Monday of the month b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

I J I * if' 1 • jm& v *T.y ■:: V,. ..:. . ■ • ■• . , >«•' !- v„. •■ - I wfw ■||§p! THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN r THIN FRAIL PEOPLE SHOULDJAKE TANLAG Hundreds of Men and Women All Over America Appear To Be Physical Wrecks Simply Be- cause Their Systems Are Starving for Nourishment. There are hundreds of thin, run-down, nervous men and women all over the United States who should be strong, sturdy and vigorous, with rich, red blood tingling through their veins and feeling brimful of life and energy, if they would only profit by the experience of others all over the United States and Canada, and assist nature to digest the food they eat, by simply taking Tanlac. Millions of people have not only betfo relieved of the most obstinate forma of dyspepsia and indigestion by Tanlac after other remedies have failed, but large numbers of them have reported a remarkable and rapid Increase In weight and a return to nor- mal health and strength by Its use. In fact, so phenomenal have been the gains ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

- THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN It FRIEND III NEED 1 FRIEND INDEED Writes Mrs. Hardee Regarding Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Los AnpeleB, Calif. — "I mnst tell you that I am a true friend to Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. I have taken it off and on for twenty years and it has helped me change from a deli- cate girl to a stout; healthy woman. When 1 was married I was sick all the time until I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I was in bed much of my time with pains and had to have the doctor every month. One day I found a little book in my yard in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and I read it through and got the medicine—Lydia E. PinK- ham'a Vegetable Compound—and took eight bottles and used the Sanative Wash. I at once began to get stronger. I have got many women to take it just by telling them what, it has done for me. I have a voung sister whom it has helped in tne same way it helped me. I want you to know that I am a 'friend indeed,' for you were a 'friend in need.' " —Mrs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1922

S; to Jewel KBD23fflX&£' «£2SRXmB -jJK" y^- V «.*< -. >?.ri "4&V2sM.tL. '••'Yyib'. c^ " ^.v^yfesSSi^is Kfc*. *•* •*.' «• ? ■ *&5U' "fi-jw* i!B$SS The black she "OVER. THE HILL11 EP PROVES HE S WH'.T WILLIAM FOX P „wjwv MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY February 13, 14, 15 Matinee Daily. Special Orchestra Music. One candidate evidently w asn't afraid of the mud. John E-'- Burns of Shelby county was pfiuch nes ec r .'-iting the voters of this sec- thing that should do a lot of good t,v-. n of the district tins week and j jn showing our capacities agricul- spent Saturday and Sunday in | turally to the land hunting public : Comerfs With Strong Firm. Cherokee county will get some . much nee ed publicity and some- To Fathers and Motkers of 12 Y«m of Afetid Orer. As local Scoutmaster of about 15 Rusk Boy Scouts, I want to make an appeal to you in regard to your boy. There is not an or- ganization in all the world that will develop your boy more in a moral, physical, mental and s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

i The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922 NO. 33 HON. LUCIAN W. PARRISH Candidate for U. S. Senate Resolutions for Progressive Farm- ers. The editor of the Oklahoma agricultural news service makes the following suggestions which are pertinent even though they appear too late to be included in the regular New Year's resolu- tions: I will try to cut crop produc- tion costs. I am going to study more prof- itable methods of marketing. I'm going to have at least one cow, one sow and fifty hens on my farm. I'm going to pay as 1 go, try- ing to make poultry and dairy products carry current expenses. I'm going to start, this year, on a program thai will enable me to own my own farm, free from encumbrance. I'm not going to follow a one crop system of farming: I'm go- ing to raise my own feed and as much of my food as possible. I will conserve the fertility of my Soil by including a legume in my crop rotation, returning manure and straw to the fields...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

i£L It vA ::L ■ • •-**&"' ■ 1 f f £ m § "ISSBPff- '' • '*?•"•'. " ■•igp Sas THE RUSE CHEROKEBAN EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST Important news op the en. TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR , BUSY READERS Foreign— General Christian de Wet, com- mander in chief of the Boer forces In thewar of 1899, died at his home in DeWe^wdorp last week. —o— The forces of the augo Slav army i re to he reduced to 110,000 men. This is an outcome of an agreement reached by the Ministry of War and the parliamentary Budget Committee. —o— The French Government. Premier {Poincare Indicates in a new note to the economic and financial conference at Genoa except under stipulations that "France's rights will be respect- ed." ——o— Complaint is made by Mexicans Who have recently crossed into the United States that the American im- migration authorities are continuing the charge of $8 for entry, despite the abolition of passports recently. —o— A mob of 2,000 Indian Nationalist Volunteers and villagers attacked the ip...

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