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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 September 1929

The Criminal Docket Is Practically Cleared. Tne July term of the District Court will close Saturday, Sep- tember 7th , and a busy term it has been, especially so far as the criminal docket was concerned, with more cases disposed of and fewer left on the docket than has been the case in many years. Following is a summary of the cases called and the disposition of same: State vs. Melvin Thompson, selling intoxicating liquor. Con- viction with two years peniten- tiary sentence. Appealed. State vs. Orine Pond, •-■oiling liquor. Convicted with two years sentence. Appealed. State vs. Melvin Thompson, illegal possession. Conviction with two year sentence. Ap- pealed. State vs. Mary Garner Taylor, illegal possession. Verdict o1! guilty with two year sentence. Appealed. State vs. Velton Johnson, charged with unlawful possess- ion of a still. Conviction with one year sentence. Appealed. State vs. Wes Ayers. on charge of selling liquor. Verdict of guilty with a year penalty. Ap- pealed. State ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 September 1929

Personal Items -• -• > . 'V.'v: • :• . :, ■- „: - A - - * . >li f * ..XI ' .._ ' i I ' *wU3E$ «a«jf ••• A?" V i" J r >■' Vv'■5 ■ •-■' *Vr THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN &;• 1*3 "Say It With Flowert." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. A. M. Jordan of over Monday. Reklaw, was Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McChrust- ain of Alto, visited with Mis" Jessie Boone the first of the week. Eli Bailey of Forest, Tuesday. was here Mr^. M. W. Hargrove, of Beau mont, spent the week end here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bond Misses Louise Pfarr and Eloise Sherman are spending this week at'l'roup, with Miss Pfarr's grandmother, Airs. Clark. Mrs. W. R. Stevens, son and daughter, of Mineral Weils, are here this week, visiting |in the home of Mrs. Steven's brother and sister. W. E and Miss Emma Lon^. DROP your watc-.h and DROP in to see Wal-DROP. W. C. Bolton, of Jacksonville, was a visito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 September 1929

;VT- TH1C RUSK CHEROKEEAM PAGE THRrJE ]: . I V Rep. Box's Daughter Weds At Capital. Washington, Sept. 2.—Miss Mary Margaret Box. daughter of Representative and Mrs. John C. Box, Jacksonville, was quietly married today to Charles E. Bish of Maryland, instructor in chemistry in a local high school. The ceremony took place at 5 o'clock at the home of the brides parents. Mrs. Bish has resided in Washington for a number of years, having come to the capital with her parents following the close of her second year in at- tendance at Lon Morris College, Jacksonville. She then entered George Washington University, where she received both the de- grees of bach'.'or of arts and master of arts in English. Din- ing the past year she has also been teaching in the local iii^h school, where she met her hus- band. Mr. Bish had just returned from England, where he repre- sented the United States at the annual meeting of the English Speaking Union, an international league comprising represent- atives o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 September 1929

THB BU8& CHKRCMLEBAK Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper pubiu Friday morning at Rusk, County, Texas. lubliabed every Cherokee H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 31B Bnteved as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the posteffice at Rusk, TexM, under the Act ef March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year I 1.50 Six Monthc .76 Three Months 40 A middle aged man down in South Texas, was recently held up and robbed by a youth armed with a squirt gun. It will not be long before they are knocking them in the head with a "yo-yo." To be.reported dead while still very much alive, must be rather embarassing, but imagine, if you can, the satisfaction of living long enough to be able to attend the funeral of the fellow who started the report. 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 his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he...

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

... | Mp 19| o 4) O ■■ ii yfiWw 1 Amethysts and Oprils Used as ?.oid Materia] A street almost literally paved with amethysts has been reported to tile Berlin geographical society by Prof. Otto Quelle <• Bonn university, says an Associated Press dispatch from Berlin. He found it In Brazil, in the prov- ince of Bahia, where he visited Ger- man gem cutters' and polishers' colo- nies that have mined and handled .9,000 hundredweight of amethyst Whole streets, he said, are paved with the waste material, that gives them a lovely violet sheen. Doctor Quelle said he knows of a place In Siberia where opals are so plentiful that the coarse grades are used as road building material. The Meutsehe Allgemelne Zeltung reports roads at Bernstein, In the Aus- trian Bugenland, graveled with waste from the semi-precious serpentine Stone. Jn the same country, near Itejnitz. are road* of a beautiful green shade, said to be free from dust. They are surfaced with waste from asbestlc stone. Vegetables Of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 September 1929

THE P.USK CHEROKEEAN A Noble Woman Called In Death. Mrs. Elizabeth Francis, so long and familiarly known to everyone in Rusk as ."Aunt Betty," departed this life at her late home in this city, at 4:00 p. m., Tuesday, September 3rd., of complications due to a recent in- jury and senility. Funeral services were held at the First Methodist Church, at 4:30 p. m., Wednesday, being conducted by Revs. J. E. But- trill of the Methodist Church, and R. E. Hooker of the local Presbyterian Church, after which interment took place in Cedar Hill cemetery, under the direction of the Rusk Hardware & Undertaking Company. Elizabeth Anna Lignoski was born in Tallahassee, Florida, and was eighty-four years of age at thejtimeof her death. She came to Tyler with her parents when about twelve years of age, and was married to Joe Mallory Francis at the age of sixteen, and ever since the death of her husband, in 1901, she had made her home in the domi- cile where she passed away. To the union there were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1929

:,.Vy■*& M *V-r; - i The njv pn Vv <c\, ST ft: WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. CHEROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL,I'M 10 II, NO. 11 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, Effort To Collect Back Taxes Renewed. The question of delinquent taxes has been a serious prop- osition to Cherokee and practi- cally every other county in Tex- as, for many years, and one that lias baffled most every effort at a solution. This county has had its share, or more, mJ the evils growing out of the de'inquency, but is now determined to make a des perate effort to bring order out of chaos. At least two abortive and ex- pensive efforts have been made in the past to bring about set- tlements by contracting with associations or corporations specializing in the work, but no satisfactory results have follow- ed, and in fact a lot of good money spent with comparatively no return. State offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1929

. A I I I I THE RUSK CHEROKF.EAN PAGE TWO >♦>♦>♦!« Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Turner of Alto, were visitors in Rusk, last Friday. Misses Biulah Allen and Flaye Black returned home Friday, after a two weeks holiday spent in different points in Colorado While in Denver they visited Mr. and Mrs, Will Bauer, former citizens of Rusk. Personal Items Say It With Flower.." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mr. and Mrs. Carlysb Meeksi of Austin, spent several days| here with relatives, last week. Miss Marion Mallard left last week, for Sherman, where she will teach this year. School starts Monday. J. W. Chandler Jr., of Alto, was a visitor here, Tuesday. J. L. Bolton of Mavdelle, was here Wednesday. A market for your Chickens and eggs and butter, Adams' Grocery. Get your fruit at Adams', it's always good. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams visited in Garrison Sunday, and drove on over to Shr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1929

tffi- • THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE THBLE c I 9 The Rusk Cherokeean -v weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Ruak, Cherokee County, ^Texas. * 11* O. VAKD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward. Asut. Editor & Pub Ollice Phone SIB Entered as second-cltuae matter, July 16, 1919. at the poetoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year « 1.50 Six Montht .76 Three Months. .40 OUR CREED "1 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 his game io 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." These hard times are going to 'Farmer Now Feeling reduce the price of used cars, the! Rt From „ead To Toe only trouble being that the ven- dor is liable to put two of the i things oil on you. "The Sargon treatment built o up my whole...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1929

mnfi Four Milk Routes Are Established. As a result of the week's work in the interest of the opening of the Jacksonville Milk Concen- tration and Cooling station, four routes have been tentatively mapped out. Every night dur- ing the past week nine men have gone out from Jacksonville, meeting in various communities, finding out who was interested in selling milk and where the most logical routes for serving the plant would be. Route 1, Blackjack to Summer- field, Jacksonville. Route 3, Jones Chapel to Alto, Central High, Redlawn, Rusk, Oakland, Jacksonville. Route 5, Palestine toMaydelle, Oakland, Dialville, Jacksonville. Route 7. Prankston, Reese, Jacksonville.—Progress. Board Boosts Cotton Loans. State Hospital Pay Rolls Chopped. Austin, Sept. 9.—About 20 em- ployes have been taken from the pay rolls of the state hospitals at each Austin, San Antonio, Wichita Palls, Terrell and Rusk, as a result of Governor Moody's pruning the appropriation bill, R. B. Walthall, chairman of the bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1929

'II la :-;k ■ m is 1$ Tfiif m t ■ L, THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVJt Peculiar Fitness of Trees as National Memorials A few trees of tlia millions which peonle the forests, farms and towns f the United States liave been sln- glc-il ou^by history to piny famous parts ii'W lo stand as memorials to great events in the life of the coun- try. "Symbolizing fully as well as tablet or pillar could do, some sig- nificant-achievement, these trees rep- resent the peculiar fitness of trees as memorials, and it is specially ap- propriate that they should have a iiall of fume of their own," says the Forestry Almanac of the American Tree Association. S"iue distinguished trees stand out by reason of their age, such as the General Sherman sequoia in the Sequoia National park of California, its a','e is reckoned at 4,WO years, and It has a diameter of .r; feet and a height of* 2sa Many of the red- woods and sequoias are as old or nearly as old as this one. When Charles Sumner was senator from Massachus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 September 1929

I Look Over These Prices and ..SAVE YOUR MONEY.. SUGAR CURED SLICED BACON, Kind off. Lb. 26c SMOKED BACON, Pound 22c DRY SALT BACON, Pound 17C FLOUR, 48-Lb. Sack $1.50, $1.57, 91.82 CRUSTJNE, 8-Lb. Bucket.. $1.08 SUGAR, 10 Pounds in Cloth Bag 61C TOILET TISSUE, 6 for ZSC COMET BROWN RICE FLAKES- 8c Good Prices on Bran, Shorts, Corn Chops, Whole Maize. Hominy Feed, Oats, Yellow Feed Meal. Oyster Shell. BREAD FREE—With Each 35c Butter-Nit Cake we will give 2 Loaves of Butter Nut Bread F'REL Saturday Only, BRYAN STOVALL /r I am receiving every day shipments of all kinds of Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Notions, Shoes, Etc. My Grocery Department is complete, and 1 always carry a large stock. Wil' receive t hi J week another car of FEED, FLOUR and MEAL LARGE VOLUME And Small Selling Expense Makes It Possible For Me To SELL FOR LESS Also Give the Best of Service. JOE B. COPELAND East Side Public Square Opening With TWO-MILE Parade Thousands of Dollars Spent on Floats THE TEXAS FRUIT PALAC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

*m m m Palace Theatre. adv. THE WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. CHEROKEEAI WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLL'MK II. NO. 1T> RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. Fill DAY. SKPTKM BKK 20, f92!i Early Horning Fire Destroys Residence. A tire practically literally de- stroyed the five-room cottage be- longing to C. H. (Jug) Weaver, located on North Henderson street, at an early hour, Tues- day morning. The con tin gration whs of un- known origin, but must have started from somewhere in the interior of the back p art of the building, as the kitchen and most of the contents of the place were consumed before anyone reached the scene. There was no one at home at the time, the family having left for a visit to West Texas a day or two before, and the fire had a big start of the fire department by the time it reached the scone, when its efforts, while heroic, were too late to avail much. The roof and portions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

P1H ' r HIE RU3K CUERQKEEAN = —— — "S s MAGNOLIA FILLING STATION GAS. OILS AND ACCESSORIES ANTI-KNOCK GASOLINE That Good Red Gas "SERVICE and SATISFACTION" Our Motto HUGH LESTER ■2/ ■■ . a, 11 EAST TEXAS IFOR Another Pioneer Citizen Is Called In Death. VIS! Texas SEPT. 30TH--0CT. 5TH DOC. W A DELL, circus evangelist and pastor of the canvas church with DODSON'S World's Fair Shows comes to town. Arrangements have been made for this unique sky pilot of the show lots to make his first appearance here. DOC. WADELL is the human unit that managed the Herrin, 111., revival in 1925, changing that town from BLOODY HERRIN to SAVED HERRIN. DOC. WADELL has the earmarks of a BILLY SUNDAY. DOC. WADELL and his "Canvas Church" will be one of the most attended, and talked of attractions that has ever visited the EAST TEXAS FAIR. The fair officials consider this one of the most in- teresting features of the entire fair attractions—and no doubt will prove to be a center of attractions. ANOTHER EXTRAOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

(I (1 ■3V> Wmt « • ..y TH£ HUSK OHEKOKJCfcAI'J PAGE THREE The Rusk Cherokeean •i weekly newspaper- put disked every Friday morning at Rusk, County, Texas. II* O. WAltl) J^.'ditor ami Publisher , Pearl L. Wuri.^ Asst. Editor & I'uli Office l'hone 'il(j Entered as second-class matter, July !(), 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Vexas, under th<? Act of March .1, i'179. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.5C Six Months. .75 Three Months. .40 The idea of holding county fairs in an of! year like this, is no Cherokee : more inconsistent than having a "ham and egg" breakfast at i which they serve "dry salt" and molasses 1 An Englishwoman 'who plead . that a brainstorm caused her to 'steal, was very properly convict- ed. If that theory prevailed some of us men could not even appear in our pajamas. 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 his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

. t PAGE fOUB THE RUSK CHEKOKEEAN Personal Items "S y It With Flo*ert." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. - Mr. and Mrs. Tom Black of Nacogdoches, spent Sunday with Mr. Black's sister, Mrs. J. W. Grammer MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Rev. Will Lewis, of Ponta, was a visitor here Monday. Get your fruit at Adams', it's always good. Drs. J L. Summers and G. C. Lovelace attended the East Texas Dental society at Jackson- ville last week. Miss Linda Bonner has return- ed from California, where she spent the summer. While there she attended one session at Stan- ford University at Polo Alto. A market for your Chickens and eggs and batter, Adams' Grocery. Mrs. T. A. Wood is visiting in Dallas, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hinton. spent last week end at Terrell. Get your glassware free by using Crystal Coffee, Adams' has it. Miss Linda Bonner will teach at Park's school house this year. Lee Jenkins of Gallatin, was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

B I a 2 $ --- The Tail End Of The Gas Service. Wben the Di* c Gas and Fuel Company came u Husk about two yt#s ago,' with a pruposit- ion to render their services to this commuiiitv, secured a franchise and e u ted a deposit from prospective patrons as a guarantee that tt said patrons would keep tl ii word, which they did, it was a.'.: least gener- ally understoo> it' not express- ly stated, ths tliore would be an office or s. .■ headquarters established hf . thiough which those haviDg ' •• with the company coulr .perate, but this was only main' uned a short time when it was abandoned, and since then th has not even been a hoc keeper on the grounds and r :u- to no to with any matter i-:rtaininir to the business. With a public utility of this nature ai patrons sooner or later have int> rests that demand personal attention from some one in authority, and to who they can go to get service regu- lated or the v.rious matters that naturally an-"'. As it is there is no one author- ize...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

'AGE SIX THE RUSK CUEROKEKAf. Great Attractions At East Texas Fair All of the old favorites of the last generation, and all of the new ;'Jazz" creations of recent months will be united in the spectacular fireworks extrava- ganza which will headline the evening entertainment at the East Texas Fair at Tyler, Texas, on September 30th., to October 5th., according to detailed pro* grams which were received here today. For the lovers of "Jazz," the program embraces such features as: A fireworks interpretation of George Gershwin's famous musi- cal composition, "A Rhapsoda in Blue." New futuristic set of pieces in wierd geometrical designs along the lines of the old-fashioned pin- wheels and "straight" pieces of other days. Rockets which shriek and moan in a ghostly manner as they soar into the sky. Bombs which zig-zag, double back upon their own tracks, and perform crazy evolutions before they finally burst into color. There are many other "modern- istic" numbers of similar nature. The pro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

THE KL'SK CHEROKEEAN m PAGE SEVI:N .... ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< ONCE AGAIN ■Mcnja'ama If you live in Cherokee County, You Can Get The Rusk Cherokeean For the Period of Twelve Months For Only 4^® And That Time Is During the Month of September Only All Other Times and Addresses, $1.50 Get Busy Now as There Will Be No Exceptions Any Time in September for $1.00 \ i . m i m h . j -. i,.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 September 1929

ge EIGHT rV'E RUSK CHEUOKEEAN EINa'S rain god > proves HIS POWER F v Feasants' Belief in Pr&yer Is Strengthened. smm FOLK matr* FOR CITIZENSHIP Think Their Isle Should Be Part of Union. OLD king's HOUSE WILL be REBUILT I W. M. S. To Stage Big Production. Former Rusk Girl Wins High Honor. Mrs. Norman Showered. Jamaica to Rc 'ore That His- toric r.Crnsion. Hankow, China.—Peasants in Ju- lian and throughout llupeh province Were overjoyed recenvly at the end of I six-month drought which menaced erops with complete destruction. Triumphantly the native farmers Iddressed their district magistrates: "Did we not tell you that nation- alism must not interfere with the worship of gods and that if we want %Bln and a splendid harvest we must offer prayers to the god of rain and refrain from eating meat for seven flays? Now China can plunge into say adventure, but to force the peo- ple to discontinue the practice of paying for rain would be a foolish policy and would result in a national c...

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