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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

fP-PK-^y. PAGE 8EVKN THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN w. h. fitts DKIMCUH RUSK TEXAS A FULL LINE OF ELECTRICAL GOODS Get Our Prices Before You Buy MURPHY'S Barber Shop SERVICE THAT PLEASES Courtesy and Efficiency. Phone 343 RUSK, TEXAS ROYAL TYPEWRITERS PORTABLE AND STANDARD REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES ESTIMATES FREE NO JOB TOO SMALL-NONE TO LARGE ALSO RADIOS REPAIRED H. L. Ill {Post Office Street) CANDIES COLD DRI GOOD PLACE To Buy Tires We keep a nice, clean tire store. Spick-and-span quarters-everybody you meet skilled and courteous—all stocks neatly arranged. Costs us a little extra money to keep our place this way, but we think clean folks appreciate it. Moreover, it befits the kind of goods we sell—Goodyear Tires, Goodyear Tubes and Goodyear Accessories. Also the kind of service we give—Goodyear Standard Service. So if our store is cleaner and brighter— has a heartier welcome for you—offers a finer kind of service for your tires— and supplies the tire more people ride on than any other £/w</--...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

FERY VETERAN NEEDS THE LEGION life. a The American Legion throughout United States is calling attention i'to the untiring effort made by the Legion in behalf of every World War veteran in the past decade. The Legion came into existance in 1919, in the ten years that have pass- id the Service of the Legion has con- tinutd and is being extended. Every piece of Legislation for the benefit of veterans has been put on the statuate books through Legion efforts. It has been an -unselfish service. The laws that have been passed have been for all veterans and not alone for those who are members of the Legion. The legislation that has been enacted for the aid of -widows and dependent children has been of benefit to all, widows and all children. We in Rusk have felt the benefit of our organizations endevors. Ef- forts for civic improvements, move- ments for the advancement of good ■citizenship, leadership in patriotic events, have all been carried out with- out any thought of reward except the...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

mm - ■I THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE NINE , TEN REASONS WHY VETERANS SHOULD B7 LEGIONNARIES. "There are ten or more reasons why every ex-service man should be a member of The American Legion," according to Dudley B. Lawson, post Commander of the Legion here said today in announcing that application for membership in the local Legion organization can be made at Wal- drop's Store, on west side of the square. "The ten reasons he listed follow: "1—Because the Legion keeps alive in the veteran that high plane of loy- alty to country and ideal citizenship, upon which he stood while in the ser- vice of the colors. "2—Because iti dentifies a man as one of standing in his community and makes of him an exampe of good MRS. LEE ROSS Your Florist FRESH FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Flowers Telegraphed Everywhere citizenship for his children and his neighbors. "3—Because the Legion has been the organization which caused every bit of legislation to be passed for the benefit of the veteran, and the vet- er...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

f *••* -;-V ■ ■.-7'.s^nv, 'WS THE KUSC UHKAOKSKA.' GE TEN TK« AniricM Legion a (Continued from Page 1 1919, an informal gathering of men who had served in the war was held at the Cosmos Club, presided over by E. Lester Jones, to consider the advisability of forming a national veterans' organization. It was de- cided to hold a caucus on - March 7 and to get in touch with whatever movement might be successful in France. At the caucus, also held at at the Comos Club, an organization was effected. Three Hundred and seventy enlisted men and officers at- tended this meeting and formed an Organzation known as Geneal Perish- ing Post No. 1, World War veeterans, but it was determined to proceed no further until in touch with the over- seas movement. "Immediately upon the arrival of Erie Fisher Wood in the United States, he communicated with Colonel Jones, and the Washington unit at once accepted the plans formulated at the Paris Caucus, with the result that the Washington unit ultimately bec...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

■ PACE ELEVEN m Cooper-Posey Co. Outfitters for the Whole Family We are Receiving New Spipments of New | Merchandise Daily. JUST RECEIVED— New shipment of Ladies' Silk Dresses— $2.95 $4.9S $8.95 $9.95 $10.95 JUST RECEIVED— New shipment of Ladies' Hats— 98c $1.98 $2.98 JUST RECEIVED—New shipment of Shoes for [ Men, Women and Children. j Watch Our Windows For pecials. I Cooper-Posey Company Rusk and Crockett, Texas illlmiliilii lllilllll Money Saved TODAY IS THE Best Guarantee THAT TOMORROW'S NEEDS WILL BE PROVIDED. F. and M. Bank The New Texaco Shingle Texaco High Test Gasoline Texaco Golden Motor Oil Telephone 261 R. L. Hatchett Agent © Don't Wait Until Cool Weather We are "REARIN"' to be bothered NOW. Rusk Whippet Co. ^ in THE HUMAN SIDE OF BUSINESS. !!i!!!i!i!! (From Kiwanis Magazine) In what part of business is Kiwanis interested? Two men from each pro- fession and business field are quali- fied for membership. We have in Kiwanis men from every profession and business, cach repre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 June 1929

Very. Special! For Saturday and Monday JH Broken Sizes in Ladies' Pumps, Straps and Tie Oxfords, pair $1.00 New Assortment Cheery Belle Drssses Special $1.85 W. H. Tucker & Son Quality and Service MECCA CAFE Tyler Texas Where You Find Good Things to Eat. BE LOYAL TO YOUR AMERICAN LEGION "When in the course of human events '—so reads a part of an im- moital phrase, utterance to which was given at the time of an opochal crisis. 1'nere are those things: great spee- ches, great men, great deed etc., tnat bcause of their timely and opportun existence, with associated influence, during these croses have become so synchronized that the thought or memory of one always recalls te other and stirs iwthin ones being a reipons from that peculiar chord which is not by any other means aroused or made to vibrate. When the obove words are heard shortly we feel a quickening of the blood coursing our veins, our thought is sobered, of that great respector and pride in being of direct lineage from t...

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

IE I- CD O & The rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Cfneinally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 192V von: mion, no. 2 Proposed Constitutional Amendments Coming Up On Tuesday, July 16, the elec- torate of Texas will have sub- mitted to it two proposed amend- ments to the State Constitution for approval or rejection. During the past ten or twelve years nearly every amendment submitted has met with a nega- tive vote, due largely to a failure on the part of the voters tp study the merits of the propositions, an indifference toward the subject matter, but more directly, per- haps, to a general disposition to reject all innovations or anything new, and let well enough alone. The two propositions coming up are plain and simple, and of such a nature as to arrest and enlist the interest of even the most indifierent, at least to the extent of voting o;;t ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 July 1929

Mrs. Bess Howard of Dallas, arrived last Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. T. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Murphey were visiting fiends and taking in the sights in Dallas, the lirst of the week. The family of C. B. Keever, the new president and manager of the Rusk Hardware & Under- taking Company, arrived from Ennis, Wednesday and will soon be comfortably domiciled in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tucker and sons, left Wednesday, for a mouths vacation trip. They will motor through the state of Colo ratio and visit points in west Texas before their return home E. S.Erwinwho has been at Milwaukee for the past two weeks, as a delegate to the Nat- ional Kiwanis Convention, re- turned home Monday. I G. S. Huston and sister, Mrs. Cummings, visited theoid family < burying ground, near Tyler, | wherein the remains of their mother repose, one day last week. , Mrs- S. J. Koonson and little daughter, Eleanor Francis, of Dallas, are guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Read...

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

THE KUSI GHKKOUEBAM PAGE THREK I 'I I | I m An East Texan Out (Continued from page 1) man^| Americans are drawn there District Court by ( v beauty of the Rio Grande, and the attractions just south of the river So thororyhly American are things becoming, both ways, that the favor- ite brand of whiskey is known as "American" and it sells for 25 cents per thimble full, and we submit that no whiskey, out side Freestone coun- ty, was ever worth that much, no mat- ter how far you may have to go for it. They have no East and West traf- fic regulations in El Paso—they don't need them, as all the cars are going toward the Jaurez bridge in the after- noon and coming back any time after six o'clock. However, we got arrest- ed for making a left hand turn in the :;treet, not withstanding we used our light hand and the sign read, "no left hand turn." We also got called down for offering a Catholic priest a ham sandwich to go with his beer, at the Friday noon hour. They surely have peluliar ways u...

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

Rusk Cherokeean O. WARD, Editor and Publiaher Pearl L Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-claw matter, July 16, 1919. at the poateffice at Rnak, Tens, under the Act March 8, tatt. ;1 *av SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Tear— 9 1-60 mtfe .71 lilMthi .46 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 ■> game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; All zhnk but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." Those New Mexicans are not real, patriotic Americans. Why, they know more about General Calles' record than they do about Babe Ruth. o We are resigned to and will re- spect all the modern rules of eti- quette and decorum, including the eschewing of the toothpick, discarding the teaspoon from the coffee cup and wearing the nap- kin down where nothing can fall on it, but when it comes...

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

THE RUSK CHEBOKEEAN PAGE FIVU CONING SURE! i o . i : HOLLAND'S COMEDIANS "THE SNOW OE REFINEMENT" ONE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY Personal Items "Say It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowws, pot plants, funerai lesigns. 8th MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. H. K. Durham of Forest, was a visitor here last week. E. W. Co'e of Alto, was a visit- or here Friday. Dr. -J. B. Ramse.v of Forest, was a visitor here Monday. H H. Berryiiian of Alto, was a visitor here Sunday. new plays plenty vaudevil 25... PEOPLE... 25 band orchestra •J. B. Cleaver of Lon ■ Star, was a visitor here Tuesday. W. H. Homes of San Antonio, arrived Sunday, and is a ><uest in the home of his father-in law, Sam J. Smith. Mrs. Homes has been here for some time. See and hear ail the story book characters come to life .1 uly 16th. Mrs. R. E. Hooker and child- ren, left Monday, for a few days visit with relatives and friends in Paris, Texas. C. A. Ballew. of t...

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

m m Extra power-Extra speed No extra price Motorists no longer need pay extra for a high test gasoline. The new and better Texaco is high test yet costs no more than ordinary gasoline. It does these things— 1—It saves you money—three cents or more a gallon —you pay no premium 2—It starts easily and picks up quickly from a cold start 3—It gives extra power, extra speed, extra mileage 4—It gives better lubrication because it forms a "dry gas" which minimizes oil dilution 5—It gives you the same uniform high test quality wherever you are. Why Pay More ? THE TEXAS COMPANY, TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 'The NEW and BETTER TEXACO GASOLINE Available wherever you see the Texaco Red Star with the Green T n v k i k VsM 4 V R. L. HATCHETT, Distributor, Rusk, Texas A None Better Texaco Gasoline ..And.. Oil < Texaco Motor Oil We handle it exclusively, and guarantee its Purity and Satisfaction. More Mileage and Greater Satisfaction. M / The Services of Our Filling Station Are Unexcelled in This P...

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

b- < THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE CO J NT Y RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1929 M [,' Mi; II SO. 4 Constitutional Amendment' Creditable Statements. jJuly Term District i On next Tuesday, the 10th., tv o ('.institutional Amendments will be voted on by tlin people of the state. One if them provides for a Supreme Court of nine members, Th.s amendment, should, in my opinion, be adopted. It. will not increase the expenses of the state a penny, and will give us much better service. We now have three Supreme Judges, and six members of the legislative court, known as the Commission of Appeals. They get the same salaries as the Supreme Court, and their work must be parsed upon and adopted by the Sup- reme Court, causing a lot of du- plication. Under the present constitution the Supreme Court must, be closed for three months in the year, as...

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

PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEBOKEEAN !§ America's Great Debt to Alexander Hamilton Without any question it was Alex- ander Hamilton who laid the founda- tions for the material prosperity of j the United States. He was the founder of our whole financial system. As our tirst secre- ! well-informed tary of the treasury in President Washington's cabinet, Hamilton de- vised the governmental funding sys- tem, the internal revenue bureau, the sinking fund, the national bank, the federal mint and currency system. He was the father of the protective tariff and was the first to propose and vigorously defend the doctrine of the "Implied powers of the Constitution." He was first to advocate Internal improvements and the building of roads and bridges. Talleyrand, one of his old friends, passing Hamilton's window very late one night, wrote: "I have seen a man who made the fortune of a nation and labored all night to support his own family." After his death his private affairs were found to be in a terrib...

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

iiiAtii.i; i THt, RUSE. CHEROKLEEAN PAGE THREE pg*-- ffffe 1 ( O I it! I 0 Divorcc Docket Is Short For This Term A The following if* a iist of di- vorce cases pending in the Dist- rict Court for disposition at the present' term: B. W. Alexander vs. Mary Alexander. Viola Anderson vs George An- derson. J. E. Absher vs. Lou Absher. j x'helma Arrant vs. Byron Ar- rant. Donie Austin vs. Chas. Austin Mable Anderson vs. Lee Ander. son. Glenn Blanton vs. Eddie Ulan- ton. Tommie Burrell vs. Lettie Bur- rell, Versie Benton vs. Norman Ben- ton. .Jessie Bell Black vs. Sherman Black Arena Bird vs. Jim Bird. Henry Boyd vs. Sweetie Boyd. I ma Baker vs. Charlie Baker. O. D. Bennett vs. Maude Ben- nett. Roy Bogle vs. Florence Bogle. G. L. Bickerstaff vs. Esther Bickerstaff. Cyntha Mae Belcher vs. Wil- liam Belcher. Eva Carey vs Frank Carey. W. D. Colwell vs. Lizzette Col- well. Mrs Carmen Chelf vs. D. L. Chelf. Robert Carey vs. Jessie Carey. Gladys Courtney vs. Frank Courtney. Roy Campbell vs Mary C...

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

m 'mm I '''W% ; 1 1 m ■ 1M "I I « >?>, E&J | *''*$& Vr-'l -we, a L &■ f % THE KU3K CHEROKEEAN fAGE fOUK I Unable To Work For 5 Years; Finds Sargon 'S r~on did more for me than all other medicines I ever took.' I was dreadfully run-down, and suffered from rheumatism con- tinually. My joints were so stiff I could not raise my arms, I Shower For Mr*. Lowe. E. P. RUSSELL would be exhausted if I walked a city block. I had not been able to do a day's work in five years. My system was full of poisons and I suffered from constipation and bilious headaches. "I started taking Sargon and began improving at once and now my rheumatism is better than it has been in years. Sar- gon Soft Mass Pills overcome my constipation and the bilious head- aches, and I feel wonderfully strengthened and helped in every way.'' "I believe I will soon be able to go ou and work with the best of them." The above statement was rmde by E St., Dallas Mrs. P. B. Guinn compliment- ed her neice, Mrs. Pio...

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

THE BUSK CHJBROKEBAN PAGE FtVM 1 • 1 c Personal Items "S*jr It With Flow.r." Say it witb our*. Cut flowers, design*. pot plants, funeral MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Judge 0. P. Gibson of Austin, was a visitor in Rusk this week. Judge F. R. Penland of Tyler, was a busiuess visitor here this week. J. D. Pickett of Palestine, was here for district court, Monday. W. W. Naman, attorney, of j Waco, was here this week on court business. D. city E. Hill of Alto, Tuesday. was in the R. L. Jones of Ponta, was a visitor here Saturday. H. K Durham, Eli Bailey and Constable Arthur Dew of Forest, were here this week. Attorney's Phillip Kelton and James P. Swift of Dallas, were here this week. J. H. Mye s was here the fir of Mt. Seluian, st of this week Mr. and Mrs. Webb Finley left the first ol the week for Bay, Ark . where th°y will visit Mr#. Pin ley's parents. PranK Conner of Ponta, in the city Monday. was Attorney Church was here this week...

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

SIX THE HUSK P | i' | [ The Rusk Cherokeean' weekly newspaper published every Friday morning t Rusk, Cherokee County, Texaa. ■s! 'I H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-ctaae matter, July 16, 1919, at the poeteffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act *t March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year % 1.50 Six Months .75 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 oil 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 a3 I, And a king is no more than that." It is said that there are 10,000 words in the English language, and it might be added that there are a million ways of spelling them. A New York woman, who thought her husband was dead, received the sad intelligence that he was in Halifax, and no doubt sh...

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

I Hi/ ■> I mnmi TWELVE RULES TO GOVERN DRIVING Middle life Troubles "About twenty years ago, my health was very bad," says Mrs. Mat Howard, of Ter- rell, Texas. '1 was passing through a critical time in my life, and I suffered a great deal. I was not at all strong, and my nerves \\ xv, \l £°t upset. I had -J —i-> hot flashes, and some- times would get suddenly so fnint I could not stand up. My head would whirl, and I could not see a thing. I would have to lie down for hours at a time. "I improved so much after I had taken Cardui for a while. I continued the medicine for some months, until I had passed the critical period. Since then, I have given Cardui to my five daughters. All of them have continued the use of Cardui in their homes. We have all been better for having taken it." CARDUI Helps Women to Health Take Thertford's Black-Draught for Constipation, Indigestion and 13111- •usness. Only 1 cent a dose. Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service As a contribution towards ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 July 1929

n$ &v.* ■ THR HCSK CUKKOKEEAN L v M, ore pep-speed-power because its Dty/ When you stop for gasoline you buy a liquid which either atomizes or vaporizes in the carburetor of your car. Gasolines which merely atomize are called "wet" because the gas formed contains globules of raw gasoline which resist the action of the spark. These unburned drops run down the cylinder walls into the crankcase and "thin out" the oil. The new and better Texaco is one gasoline which forms a full powered vapor—a "dry" mixture of gasoline and air which ignites instantly and burns completely. Every drop of this "dry" gasoline gives more speed, more pep, more power. It is high test yet costs no more than ordinary. Stop today where you see the Texaco Red Star with the Green T. 1. A "wet gas" is an at- omized mixture of gas- oline vapor in which are suspended drops of raw gasoline.^ 2. These drops of raw gasoline resist the ac- tion of the spark and will not ignite. 3. Result:—destructive crankcase diluti...

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