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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1929

I «Vr O 3**P ^THrJ '.w The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1860. BUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, I'->29 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME II, NO <J Officers Nade Sunday Raid O Constable J. A. Smith, City Marshal Mills, Justice of the Peace Odom and County Attor- ney Stone, clothed with a warrant charging the sale of liquor, went to the home of Mrs. Irene Pond, two miles north of Jacksonville, Sunday, arresting tee lady and carried her to Rusk for safe keeping on failure to make the re quired bond. The officers also car ried a search warrant with them and searched her premises, finding half a pint of liquor and ten gal- lons of home brew, according to their report.—Jacksonville Prog- ress. Among The Indisposed. T. J. Stovall, our pioneer teach- er, business man and most highly respected ciiizen; has been ill for several days, and his suffering was intense for ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1929

THE RUSK CHEROKKEAN PAGE TWO = W 'Mfh ) ■<;m. m Personal Items "Say It With Flow«r ." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. V. R. Roach was a visitor in Houston last week. Ed Perry of Tyler, was here Wednesday on business. Malcolm Guinn went to Austin Tuesday on busisess. Order your fruit and vegetables from C. EJay. A fresh supply at all times DROP your watch and DROP in to see Wal-DROP. L. T. Harvard of Huntington, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Houston were week end visitors in Dallas. Super Suds, the best washing powder on the market. Order from C. E. Jay. J. H. Porster was a business visitor in Reklaw, Tuesday. Stanley Greenwood of Sum* merfield, was a visitor here last Friday. Ide Hall and father, G. M. Hall, were visitors in Tyler, Mon- day. Mrs. A. B. Chandler who has been at Dallas for several weeks returned home last week. J. J. Collins, attorney of Luf- kin was ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1929

T I# i) to I - THIS HUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE Till: i:t: The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspape Friday mpming at County, Texas. A weekly newspaper published •very Rusk, Cherokee H* O. W.VHD, Editor nntl Publisher I'curl L. M'ord, Asst. Editor 6ii Pub Oilier Phone 310 Entered as second-claas matter, July 16, 19X9, at the poetofflce at Rusk, !Vxa«, under th« Act of March S, :'<79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Une Year $ 1.50 Six Month* .76 Three Months. .40 Those were really good days when eggs got down to five cents per dozen, Arbuckles coffee sold for 15c per pound and you could get seven bars of "Town Talk'' soap for a quarter, but even then balogna sausage kept up to twen- ty cents. 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 ig 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 cach clean man is as good as I, And a ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1929

WF • •• 1 W JUtlM 'Pay the Freight' And You Save It. On anything you need in the way of MODERN FURNITURE. We buy in car load lots, pay cash, take the discounts, own our own building, have our overhead expense down to a minimum, and CAN and DO sell cheaper than these city houses. Furthermore, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD And We Deliver All we ask is that you compare our goods and prices with those offered elsewhere. B. F. SHERMAN A Creditable Showing. Your Health Is the most sacred thing in the world to you and nothing contributes more toward it than pure, wholesome food, and our SANITARY* MARKET Iusures you the purest and best of MEATS and GROCERIES Phone 1-6-9 AND We Do the Rest S. W. Corner . M R PI I IQ • Same 01d Square « l** • Phone 169 Grocery and Meat Market The following letter from the Buereau of Agricultural Eco- nomics is self explanatory and most complimentary of a local industry and its products: Washington D. C. June 11. 1929 J. H. Forster Gin, Cherokee County. Rusk, Texas. Dea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1929

Wit: • ll •': M '■■ •• V' ■a THE RUSK CHEEOKEEAN PAGE FIV* Among those from Rusk who attended the memorial services at the old Omen school site, in Smith county, last Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Odom. Mr. Odom was a former student of this popular early day educat- ional institution, but it is not true that Dr. Lester used to go there and rode behind Dr. John- son on a horse in going to and fro. £ ..0 i i Health Questions Answered. Q.—What can you do lor stomach trouble? A,—A great deal. Much depends, of course, upon the precise nature of the trouble, but in general stomach troub- les are all traceable to Ineffective working of the stomach. Back of this is an interference with spinal nerve* leading to the stomach. Adjustments correcting this will In nearly every case remove all traces of stomach trouble. Mrs. ETTA SINGLETARY CHIROPRACTOR UNINTENTIONAL SUICIDE. Many people are slowly poisoning themselves just as surely as if they drank iodine every morning for break fast. They are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 August 1929

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX Little Pal" by A1 Jolson, on Brunswick Records F D. Waldrop. The Kindergartener's Ideal. for Economical Transportation rCHEVROLE m "The kindergarten provides the necessary step from the home to the more formal program of the grades in school "—Kath- arine Jrlartin. "It aims to avoid the faults so common in child-training, senti- mentality, effeminacy, emotion- alism, lack of control. It em pbasizes drill and the formation of I abits, the cultivation of qual- ities and development of powers by drill. It aims to produce children who will be more ob servant and attentive, with more originality, more initiative and sharper wits, who will think and act more quickly, be better in- formed and more accomplished, more ambitious and industrious, more courteous and considerate of others, and above all healthier. "The course includes games, songs, and rhymes; habit drills— training in attention, obedience, and observation; manual work- training in skill and dexterit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1929

:-V. I % RUSK £ r i™;31 k Jh £J ml WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 192? WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE ' NTY vou'Mi: ii, no. ii District Court News State vs. Orena Ponds, charged with soiling intoxicating liquor, verdict, two years in the peniten- 1 in ry. State vs. Mel Thompson, char- ged >.vith violating 'ho Dean Li- quor la".', v relict, two yeirs in the pf nitentiary. .'iasper Bro>>ks vs Tex; : Lm- ployer's Ii suranee Co.. .judgment i'or plaintiff 'or $3,500 lor per- sonal injuries. District court adjourned Wed- nesday -Or this week The case of Jasper Brock by next friend -1. D. J-'.rock vs. iex- as Employers Insurance 'Asso- ciation was tried Tuesday. Damage suit for personal in- juries sustained while sawing iogs for J. W. Sessions on April 10, 1929. Young Brock was hurt by a log 70 feet long and 10 1-2 inches in diameter fall- ing across ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1929

& i * • wl PAGE TWO THE RUSK CHEROKEE/. N ^JjHSp *4 _ (;5':: *' Personal Items I "Say It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flower*, pot plant*, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. J. \V. Chandler of Gallatin, was a visitor here Monday. Dr. Sweatland of Lufkin was a visitor here Monday. F. D. Huston of Nacogdo- ches was here Monday. W. D. Arpstrong of Alto was here Monday. Sam A. Cobb of Jacksonville was here the first of this week. E. C. Martin who has been ill for several days was able to go on his route Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sloan and daughter of Houston are visiting with Mr. Sloan's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sloan, this week. Let us demonstrate MAJEST- IC RADIO in your home. F. D Waldrop. Mrs. John A. Sloan went to Lufkin last week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Tom Bledsoe and also to see her new grand- daughter. Miss Stripland, County Supt. of Nacogdoches County and Mrs. Elex Lewis Farr, ex-coun- ty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1929

this rusk, cherokeeam PAGE THRIVE - V) I Rigid Rules Laid Down for Wifely ^Deportment Wifely comportment 'of the stand- ard of 1393 Is outlined In nn excerpt from "The Goodman of Paris," re- cently translated Into English for the first time hy Eileen I'ower. The au- thor, o Paris merchant, was sixty years old. Ids wife fifteen: "When you go to town or to church you should he suitably accompanied, according to your estute, and espe- cially by worthy women, and flee sus- picious company . . . and as you go, bear your head straight, keep your eyelids lowered and still look straight before you about four rods ahead and upon the ground, without looking nor turning your gaze upon any man or woman to right or top left, nor look- ing up, nor glancing from place to place, nor laughing nor stopping to speak to anybody on the road. And when you have coine to church, choose a secret and solitary place before a fair altar or Image, and there remain and stay without moving liilhcr and thither, no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1929

_— THE WJlMt CBEBOKBBAK Your Health Is the most sacred thing in the world to you and nothing contributes more toward it than pure, wholesome food, and our SANITARY MARKET Iusures you the purest and best of NEATS and GROCERIES Phone 1 -6-9 ■AND We Do the Rest S. W. Comer . JUt D "Pf * f C • Same 01d . 11. D. LLL1D . Phone 169 Square Grocery and Meat Market The Rusk Cherokeean \ weekly newspaper published «v«ry Friday morning at Ftusk, Cherokee County, Texas. Q- O. WABD, Editor and Publisher Peurl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & l*ub Oilirc Phone 316 Sntered as second-olw* matter, July 16, 1919. at the poatoffice at Rusk, fexae, under tie Act of March S, i879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Three Months .40 OUR CREED 4 'I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: [ 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 o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1929

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIV* LEARN RADIO TYLER. . ti •''' A|iny Graduate** Placed in Splfn- . did Positionh in This Newest and Most Interesting Field mm;-. O •I % I 1 Tyler Commercial College at Tyler, is a Licensed Kadio Tech- nical Training Station. It is the only school, as far as we know, that has a station in operation for and by the Radio Department. Tyler is on the air with Radio Code every day. Its call letters are W5YT New equipment is being constantly added to Keep the department in the forefront of radio schools. Many Tyler Radio graduates are in employment as operators on steamships that take them in- to ports in all parts of the world; others are in positions in the States, as laud station operators, geographical research workers - --all holding positions that in- quire expert training. The new Tyler Catalogue ar.d other literature expiains the cour- ses and the employment oppor- tunities. If you are interested in this new and large field, clip and mail the coupon prin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 August 1929

■HK&'i&i , fU;'SK C'MlCnOK B&A.N fe 2D-&t> Nature grows the trees but you must bnild your owe house. 1 *• ;; a [*! S ! :r, I g WEDNESDAY SOCIAL CLUB ENTERTAINED 4J <g 1 it 33 GUARANTEED QUALITY The constant support of citizens of this com in unity- year in and year out—is a pretty safe guarantee that the quality of our lumber neve-1 varies. AND HERE'S WHY— our patrons don't switch. Tney have no reason to do so, We aim to give you the utmost in quality and service, at a fair price. We solicit your patronage. The Powell Land & Lumber Co. * Rusk, Texas On Wednetd " c. rnoon of last week Mr?. orn Frazev was hostess to rhj Wednesday So- cial Club fuid a few friend? av hei residence in tvo civ ;err; pr.rt of tavn. Cui ficwei-s v. ere in evidence ib: >i-,r: i. . home. A very eniov.ble ;;it -.::oon was spent playing game?, j-.fcer which Mrs. Frasei :-erved a delicious two course uncheon, being a tasted by h?r two sister's-in-law, Mrs. Will IVck- etts and Miss Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

Jr!r TtlF I it JLi WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPERO'J .'5 CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. friday. august 80, IU29 vdli'mk li. no. 12 f) A Fine Rain Falls Over This Section. A little over one inch of rain fell over the south part of the county, with the heaviest precip itation in the vicinity of Rusk, between 3:30 and 5:00 o clock last Saturday afternoon. While it appeared like a gener- al precipitation if developed that it did not extend further than just this side ol Jacksonville. While coming too late to be of much benefit to the cotton crop, which has been cut way short by tf,he drouth that has prevailed "ince early in June, it is going to benefit the late or ton crop and was of inestimable value to con- ditions in general. While admitting a short crop, with only fairly good prices at the beginning, there is going to be something like from a one- half to a three-tif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

TWO THE RU3K CHEROKEEAN . ^iPPi 'S 7«j & II J -g [ i J--'. YOUTH-ANIT THE NEW LEADERSHIP Craig b. Hazlewood By CRAIG B. HAZLEWCOD President American Bankers Associa- tion Leadership is a picturesque word. With it, one pictures Hannibal fighting his way through the passes o£ the Alps— Napoleon in his cam p a i g n s—or Washington hold- ing together hi3 half-frozen army tiy the sheer mag- netism of his character at Val- ley Forge. But I visualize s o m e- thlng that holds a more astound- ing spectacle In many respecU than any of these. It is the on ush of our business life. Our economic progress plunges ahead at a rate unheard of in the history of the nations of the world and every Industrial and financial leader is daily brought face to face with new and perplexing problems requiring the highest courage and intelligence for their solution. Ninety billions a year, they tell us, this country is now producing in new wealth. The rate of increase is even more staggering than the amoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

• - THE RUSK CHEKOKKEATi PAGE THREE TIMES CHANGE! Grandma Says So — Grandpa Knows So It takes Grandpa to tell you about it. Oh Boy! Wasn't grandpa some kid? Even old dad brags now and then as mother softly smiles at the recollection of earlier days. # Don't forget, folks, that this is the best time the world ever saw. There are better people living right now than c*v'cri mnaoited this worldly globe before. Look back at the snobbery of yesterday when it was thought to be a disgrace for a girl of noble birth to earn her own living. Think of the day when everybody wanted a clerk to bow and scrape in a grocery store or at the back door of the customer's house and say ingratiatingly: "What next, please ma'am?' Now look at the difference. Real folks and good. Rich and not so rich mingle together in a Soie Owner Store and each is proud that the- sham and empty pomp of the olden days has given way to honest-to-goodness real livingof today /m m It's a Privilege to Wait cn One's Self in a Sol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

I I J , i , ■ « J i [jf PAGE fiQtJE THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PR" Personal Items "Say It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Dressed Poultry—Stovalls. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Moseley returned last week, from a two weeks vacation and sightseeing trip to the mountains of Colo- rado. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Fresh Fish daily at Stovalls. Paul Harlan of Jacksonville, was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. Kate Milburn of Dallas, visited relatives here last week. Dr. M. R. MeClure of Alto, was a visitor here Monday. Tom Salter of Sugarland, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A Salter. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cuumiings of Port Arthur, spent several days here with the latters par- ents, Mr. ami Mrs. L. D. Guinn, last week, returning home Mon- day. Maloue Armstrong, Frank Musick, Ben Moore, Earl Singie- tary, and Henry King were here Monday, on court business. If interested in the new Roose- velt straight 8 or Mari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

%> • ... ■V " . ... www,,, ... ■ THE IlLSK CHERGKEEAN PAGE FIVK 6rain Tile "Lo- " U.od as Bui!-Jing Aflr.'flrial A "log house" in which the gs" ore formed l>y common red drain pipe ile lids Im■.-ti built in Kingsviile, < u- '.ario, • y diaries Miner, who creeled the unique dwelling, <h«se -II*- f°r the material because It pro- vides dead-air space In the wi.Us t> protect the Interior from cold in win er and heat in summer. I'lie house stands on a foundation )t concrete blocks, except for the aorch and steps, which are supported '•>? the tiles. A wooden framework, sheathed with boards In the usual fiiiiMi'T, was first erected and the tile "lot.were laid in courses like brick veneer up the sides. At corners, the ends of the tiles overlap in criss- cn,-s fashion, much as did logs in the cal ins of pioneer days. Where the ^nds of the lo'-s are exposed, they are closed with cement colored to match. This insures dead-air space and pre- vents birds and squirrels from ente...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

PAGE SIX THE RUSK CHKKOKJSEAH V l'¥. if The Rusk Cherokeean v weekly newspaper published tmy Rusk, Ktiday morning at County, Texas. Cherokee H* O. WARD. Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phono 316 Entered as second-ciase matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoftice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months; .75 Three Months. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of rny neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place on 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 as I, 'And a king is no more than that." It was characteristic of every boy. when we were growing up, that no matter what it was that he could never eat at home just as soon as he saw it on the table at a neighbor's home, it became a dish irresistible, especially if it happened to be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 August 1929

I EIGHT :-HE KL'SK CIIhTJOKEEAN Three Bales 0! Cotton Will Draw Premium At Profit-Sharing Sales. Sheriffs Force Is Back With Fugitives. The force The First National Bank, the j Sheriff R. R. Texas State Bank and Tucker- Douglas & Todd will pay twenty cents per pound for a bale of cot- ton each during the three day profit-sharing sale to be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On the first day the First Nat- ional Bank ^ill pay twenty cents for the bale of cotton brought by a farmer by truck or wagon from the longest distance. The sec- ond day Tucker-Douglas & Todd will pay twenty cents per pound for the bale brought on the same basis and on the third day the Texas State Bank will pay twenty cents for the bale brought the longest distance. The cotton must be middling or better and the bale must not weigh over 550 pounds. The cotton must be grown by one farm.r. W. A Goolsbee, secretary of the Farm Labor Union, will be in charge of this matter and those bringing cotton in under ...

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