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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 January 1930

t: kt I a weekly newspaper Friday morning at County, Texas. ubliahed every Cherokee publii Rusk, U* P, WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, *879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. .76 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 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 aa I, And a king is no more than that." Turkeys have been so cheap this year that about every fifth person at the banquet table got a piece of the dark meat. One trouble about these gov- ernment storm warnings is that they seldom reach their desti- nation ahead of the storm. e oi the non-producers never care for eggs until they ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 January 1930

RIMNMAP fm: I ip-' Kg I President Hoover Wanti to Complete Big Task m Eighteen Years. Washington. — Recognizing the Im- portance of accurate maps to engi- liters, President Hoover lias an- nounced bis intention of asking con- gress for funds to speed to completion the topographic mapping of the United States. Under his plan the job will be completed in eighteen years, Instead of eighty-eight years, the time re- quired if the work proceeds no faster than its present rate. So far the undertaking is less than half done, and engineers have been urging the government to push the work more rapidly. Two agencies will carry out the project. The coast and geodetic survey will establish a sys- tem of triangulation controls. The geological survey, using this system as a framework, will then proceed with the topographical mapping of the country. Work of a Century. In the last 100 years the coast and geodetic survey has established a complete system of triangulation sta- tions along the Atlantic...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 January 1930

f * I * Plant More Garden Seed 7 FOR MARKET and HONE GARDENS Buy Seed in Bulk and Save the Difference TOMATO—POPULAR VARIEIE S SEE US FOR.... Wright's, Figaro, "Old Hickory" Smoke Get Your Favorite Magazine Here MOSELEY DRUG STORE Personal k erns Census Takers Are Announced1 BIG ASSORTMENT . ..... \ i Qualifications which enume-l Soy It With Flowert." \ ' I , , . k Say it with ours. rators must P<**eB8 before they !| Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral, C3.n appointed to assist in tak- | designs. ing the 1930 federal census have § been listed in u statement issued j MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST, by Capt. Royal G. Phillips, cen- 5 Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery SUS supervisor for district No. jf Association. 12, including. Smith, Shelby, ff — Panola, Rusk, Cherokee and Nac- I >••• W. A, Shaw of Griffin, was the city Monday. Cr u. s. uoss W 11. VISING The Cherokee Service Station Auto Repairs, A11 Makes of Cars Expert Mechanics in ogdoches counties. Capt. Phillips stated th...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 January 1930

' •; r f STATE OP TEXAS sty Of Cherokee 'Notice is hereby given that by vir- tue of certain Order of Sale, issued out of the Honorable District court of ■ Cherokee county, on tbe 3rd. day of Januftry, 1830, bv A. m. Vining, clerk of sftid court,for the sum of One Hun- dred, Thirty-six and 41-100 Dollars and costs of suit, under a Tax Judg inent in favor of the Town of Rusk' in a certain cause|in said court No. 2810 and styled Town of Rusk vs. J. H. Bothwell and Mary Bothwell, placed in, my hands for service, I, Richard R. Gray, as Sheriff of Cherokee coun- ty, Texas, did on the 3rd. day of Jan- uary 1930. levy on certain real estate situated in Cherokee county, Texas, described as follows, towit: Be]UK 3 acres of laud, a partiof the T. U. Timmons Survey. Abstract No. 51. and beliiR fully desribed In a certain deed froinJE. I. - PenIand and wife to J. H. Bothwell. of roc- ord in Vol. 70. on page 46; of the £>aed Kec ords of Cherokee county,;Texas and decrlbed by metes and bounds, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 January 1930

Paramount Has All-Tallcy Wide Film Schedule. f ft Demand For Sargon Has Broken All Records. Local exhibitor back from Dal las tells of New York plans for 1939. To quote H C Houston, Man- ager of the Astor Theatre, who quotes Jess* La sky, Production Manager of Paramount Famous Lisky Corporation". "If you think our pictures in the past have been trood, the pictures now coming through are tioing to make all past efforts look silly." • Mr Houston leturned from ■ Dallas last week after conferring ■ with Mr J. B. Dugger, branch ■ manager of Paramount Famous ■ L sky in Dallas. Mr. Dugger ^has just recently returned irom ■New York, where a meeting of I TParamour.t executives was held "o check up on general conditions throughout the country and to announce additional pictures in the company's line-up for the year ahead. "The meeting had a tone of optimism throughout," Mr. Dug- ger declared, "and outside of New York City and two or three other spots, the recent stock market crash had no effe...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 January 1930

•i SUE'!!? ' ■* Anniversary h 1906 the Wednesday Club was organized in Rusk by Mrs W. H. Rand, who now lives in Sulphur Springs, Texas. | This club was for the benefit | of the house wives, for social en- joyment and the new comers to Rusk. The following ladies were charter members: Mesdames W. H. Rand, Dolle Summers, MollieNeely, W M. Imboden, 0. P. White, Sam J. Smith, W E. Sloan, W. Davenport, J. F. Ver- million, W. H. Shook and C. F. Gibson, Misses Lizzie Tittle, Ruby Rand and Edna Frazier as honorary members. In March Mesdames Lee Guinn, Tom Mal- lard and Bob Robinson joined,1 April Mesdames F. B. Guinn and Joe Baker, completing the list to sixteen married ladies and the three young ladies. This club has the honor of be- ing the oldest social club in Rusk. Friday night they celebrated the "24" anniversary with a banquet and "42'' party in the spacious Kiwanis room at the Deckard Hotel. Mrs. H. 0. Ward, our newly elected president for 1930, was toast mistress and indeed made a s...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

' ■ r ' - '> v n < \f * % The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY JANUARY '930 VOLUME II, NO 34 District Court Busy On Liquor Cases. Last Day To Protect Your Right To Vote. The District Court has been busy this week, on the criminal docket, and has disposed of the following cases, all being for in- fractions of the prohibitory law, with one exception: Staie of Texas vs Curtis .Tones, charged with transporting liquor, plea of guilty and given two years in the penitentiary. State of Texas vs Capt. Odom, charged with transporting in- toxicating li(|Uor, tried by a jury, found guilty and given three years in the penitentiary. State of Texas vs John Loper, charged with driving an auto- mobile while intoxicated, plea of guilty and nned one hundred Dollars. State of Texas vs Horton Ball, charged with theft of a hog, v...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

' I ti f ■ a m I* 9 I i«: j r SUCKERS FELL FOR HER parted Husband and Two Children by Selling Her Charms by Mail. Los Angeles.—She was fat and for ty, and had a husband and, if you be- lieve the government's postal Inspec- tors, she had a sweetheart in every port, too. The lady In question is Mrs. Elsie ■Weisert, who supported friend hus- band and their two children by selling her charms for cash by mall. Wouldn't some one like a nice Ger- man wife? A buxom girl of thirty who was a swell cook? Didn't some lad want to mariV her? "!The romantic suckers replied that they did. The practical Mrs. Weisert and' the chuckling husband wrote to the new boy friends asking for rail- road fare with which to hasten to •wpiting arms. , But in stalked grim tragedy. The poor little German girl's mother had died in Europe. She had to go home. So another romance was knocked on the head. That's the post office in- spectors' story and they are sticking to it. Mrs. Weisert and her husband, John, have con...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

■} * A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk. Cherokee County, Texas. U* O. WAUUi Editor and I'uMislicr IVurl L. Wiird, Asst. lulitor & I'ub | V. Oilier l'hone 310 Entered us second-clMs matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months .75 Three Months. .40 that cats have nine lives, and i they do they have nothing on the East Texas baseball league, that has died every year for over a decade and sometimes be- fore it has its eyes opened and always before weaning time. 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 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 each clean man is as good as I, And n king is no more than that." One reason so many men are never on time to do anything promised, may be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

INDIAN HOME FOUND CONTESTING FOR SINE JOB M y* j fy I'll f W i I I 1 J Rare Drawings Are Dug Up in Mississippi. Washington.—Thi complete plan of a big circular Indian house lias beeu excavated In a cotton field In Missis- sippi is the announcement made by Henry B. Collins, Jr., of the United States national museum. Mr. Collins, who has just returned from Mississip- pi, bringing a drawing of the house plans, said that this is the first dis- covery showing clearly how the pre- historic Indians of the southeast de- ' signed their buildings. The house, which is In the frequent- ly plowed cotton field of Claude Pep- per near Deasonvtlle, was recently rec- ognized as an Indian site, when bones and potsherds were dug up by two young men working for the Mississippi department of archives and history. These men, Moreau Chambers and James Ford, Invited Mr. Collins to work with them In excavating the site. Porta for Roof Support The house plan shows three circles of post holes which were used ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

4s f For a Quicker and Better SHAVE "Less Strokes pop Shave" PAR 50c Large Tube Shaving Cream (for hot or cold water) 50c Shaker Bottle Shaving Lotion 25c Tin Shaving Powder All for 98c Don't Forget this is the time to use Liquid Smoke Smoked Salt Wright's and Figaro—"They are Better" PLANT ENGLISH PEAS AND OTHER GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEED. Let Us Supply You. MOSELEY DRUG STORE P. S.—See us for Valentines and Valentine Supplies. fr L. S .HQS-' W M. VUNINO All Kinds of Auto Accessories We Take Great Pleasure and Pride In being regarded as the oldest established business, under one management, in Rusk; and we are just as well prepared as ever to supply you with Hardware and Furniture Undertaking Department Is one of the best equipped in East Texas. Instant and careful attention given sll calls. The department is in charge of a regular Licensed Embalmer. Hardware and Undertaking fr W. Corner Square M. B. ELLIS Personal Items Be Commissioner. 'Say It Witb Flower*." Say' it witb ours....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

• . I I KJ I $ ' IS GROWING IN SMALL CITIES ■JiLliilliUI Find More Young Criminals, Report Shows. Washington.—A census report Just Issued shows the ratio of young crim- inals Is increasing, smaller cities hare more crimes than larger ones, and the lack of home ties tends to promote law breakers. Persons between fifteen and thirty- four years of age made up 73.0 per cent of the prison commitments in 1923, whereas citizens of these ages constituted only 49.7 per cent of the general population. In many cases unsatisfactory home conditions wer« indicated as causes. Medium-Sized Beet Behaved. Cities of from 25,000 to 100,000 show the highest commitment ratio, 28.6 per 100,000, but they are Just slightly above places with from 2,900 to 10,- 000. According to the census report cities of 10,000 to 25,000 are the best behaved. Crime was found far more prevalent In the city than in the country. "Of the total number of prisoner# for whom the location of crime was reported," it Is pointed out, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

PAG^ SEver PHENOMENAL GAIN i IN TRUST SERVICES By JOHN G. DONSDALE President American Bankers Association Q<0 phenomenal has been the Increase & of trust business that statisticians are unable to keep a true record of its advancement. There are now something like 3,000 active trust departments i n banks in America, while in 1900 only 165 active trust departments had been established. In becoming the custodians or the guardians of the property of oth- ers, bankers as- John Q Loncda|e some what has been fittingly described as one of the "most exalted human relationships ever created by law." They become at once a big brother, a big sister, an advisor, or a confessor, sworn so to conduct themselves that clients will be won to them by their ability and integrity. Thousands of little children have re- ceived an education and have been started off right in life through the trust department's 6afe keeping and guidance of the family estate, number- less widows have been protected fro...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 January 1930

i'i .r.V- :-*' I ■ Dttth 0! Mrs. Richey. i? Mrs. George W. Richey ck- parted this life at the home of her sop, Ed Richey, in Reklaw, Thursday, January 28rd.. and funeral services, conducted by Elder G. M. Read of the Christ- ian Church, were held at Lowe's Chapel, near Rusk, Saturday afternoon, after which interment took place at the Chapel ceme- tery, the family burying ground, under the direction of the W. H. Wallace Undertaking Company. Deceased was born in Alabama, July 4th., 1848, but came with her parents to Texas when a child, and had lived most of her life in Cherokeee county. She was married to George W. Richey, who preceeded her n death fifteen years ago, and to this union ten children were born, of whom only three sur vive, namely: S. P. Richey, Jr., Neal Riahey and Ed Richey, all of Reklaw. Mrs. Richey embraced the Christian faith in early life and throughout its entirety and lived true to its precepts, teach- ings and practices, and passed away strong in the faith that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

$ f r' I I Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COJNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY FK1 I'ARY 7. Ml.iO VOLUME II, NO 33 Municipal Revenues Show Delinquency. The t x records in the offices ol City Collector R. E Finleyand School Collector .j. H Holcomb, disclose a rather discouraging deiiquent list at the close of tax- paying time, or when the penalty attached, February 1st. The city has collected approx- imately $>12,000, out of a roll ag- gregating over $17,000, leaving a defPienay of $5,000, or about 30 per cent. This does not sound very good, but several things have contrib- uted to bring it about. First,. and foremost, fs the omnipres-1 ent procrastination that prompts so many to put everything,off to the last minute and then some- thing comes up (or fails to come up) that makes it impossible to meet the obligation. Again, an- other factor is thos...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

it; OF NEW KONJOLA HEDICl TOLD Moselcy Drug Storo To In- troduce Advance for Remedy For First Time in Rvsk. If you were told that one single medicine put hundreds of men and women back to work in Chicago, Phil- adelphia and other large cities after they had been idle for months with health troubles, it wouid sound im- PROCLA&Al GOVERNOR. NO. 41 ' r r,t , G. H. MOSBY Discoverer Of Konjnla possible, wouldu't it? And that count- less people were completely relieved of rheumatism, and neuritis, and that they were able to walk again, without cane or crutches, and that^ this saaie medicine restored health to men and women who had suffered with stomach and kidney troubles for years, that complete relief had come in cases of misery where health resorts, expen- sive treatments and medicine upon medicine had failed—indeed, it seems impossible! Vet, it is all true, and tiie medicine that has done all those things is the new Konjola, which lis beiny introduced, starting today, at the Mosele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

r ; r « V y For is Poople, The Tyler Commercial College and School of Business Adminis- tration, Tyler, Texes, was found- ed for the primary purpose cf giving ambitious young men and young women from the averag homes an , opportunity to capti- lize the bigger opportunities cf the world of business. The cf- ^ ficials and faculty of this great specialized training institution recognize that there are tho'is '< ands of young people in -he / Sn-'thwest who are qualified so lar as academic education and native ability are concerned, and for above then ordinary respon- sibilities. They have wichin themselves the power to develop and advance. All such yjung men and women need to achieve an above-the-average success is a Proper Start. That is exactly what the cours es at T. C. C. are designed to supply. And because this fchool recognizes that profitable em ploymeit is the goal of every student—and that the earliest possible employment is necessary for the greater majority—the courses hav...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

OF NEW KONJOLA MEDICINE TOLD Moseley Drug Store To In- troduce Advance for Remedy For First Time in Rvsk. GOVERNOR. NO. 41 j®: If you were told that one single medicine put hundreds of men and women back to work in Chicago, Phil- adelphia and other larj^e cities after they had been idle for month? with health troubles, it wouid sound im- K V w* v. G. H. MOSBY Discoverer Of Konjola possible, wouldu't it? And that count- less people were completely relieved of rheumatism, and neuritis, and that they were able to walk again, without cane or crutches, and that" this same medicine restored health to men and women who had suffered with stomach and kidney troubles for years, that complete relief had come in cases of misery where health resorts, expen- sive treatments and medicine upon medicine had failed—indeed, it seems impossible! Yet, it is all true, and the medicine that has done all those things is the new Konjola, which |,is being introduced, starting today, at the Moseley Drug Store...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

For, is Poople. *•> v, •• / I , The Tyler Commercial College and School of Business Adminis- tration, Tyler, Texes, was found- ed for the primary purpose cf giving ambitious young men and young women from the average homes an , opportunity to capti- lize the bigger opportunities cf the world of business. The of- ficials and faculty of this great specialized training institution recognize that there are thous- ands of young people in he Southwest who are qualified so far as academic education and native ability are concerned, and for above-then ordinary respon- sibilities. They have within themselves the power to develop and advance. All such y^ung men and women need to achieve an above-the average success is a Proper Start. That is exactly what the cours es at T. C. C. are designed to supply. And because this fchool recognizes that profitable em- ployme t is the goal of every student—and that the earliest possible employment is necessary for the greater majority—the courses have ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 February 1930

■ <.;A ViiAhjMNi _ , - ** n> " * HvO. WAfO, Editor and Publisher fwrl L Ward, Asstt Editor & Pub " Office Phojie 316 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Ruik, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1878. -— — SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Month*: .76 Three Month* .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he *ases his prayer: I grant him a white aan 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." Stammering is a great, or at least a serious embarrassment to the victims, but it would be bet- ter for some people if they had a little stoppage in their speech. Our idea of the comparatively independent, average man, is the one who has paid his taxes, has no rent due, his water pipes all working and a full box of aspirin in the house ical ...

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