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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 May 1930

Personal Items "Say It With Flow«r ." Say it with ou . Cut flowers, pot planta, funeral design*. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. P. H. Mortou of Maydelle, was a visitor here Saturday. Miller Jenkins here last week. of Ponta, was D. L. Harry of Jacksonville, was in Rusk, Saturday. Joe T. Goodwin of Jackson- ville, was heoe Monday. Miss Dora Long spent week end at Galveston. the C. B. Keever went to Enais, Tuesday, on a business trip. C- A. Brazier of Ponta, was a Rusk visitor' the first of the week. B. B. Perkins and Leo Tosh made a business trip to Athens, Tuesday. Misses Evelyn Simmons and Bessie Lconey, who have been teaching at the Reklaw pubiic school for the past year, hav e returned home. Mesdames Herman Odom and Harmon Stevens and children, spent several days in New Gulf, this week, with Mrs. Odom's husband who is employed there Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams spent Sunday at the family home in Garrison, Pete reports that the old ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 May 1930

1VET CAS makes your car stubborn as a mule 1. A wet gas is an atomized mixture of gasoline vapor in which are suspended drops of raw gasoline. 2. These drops of raw gaso- line form an uneven mixture which resists the action of the spark. 3. Result: Destructive crank- case dilution, dittmh starts, wLuw acceleration — a slog- DRY tVAPORIZEl 1. The new and better Texaco vaporizes so read- ily that it forms a dry gas — an active mixture of gasoline and air. 2. This pure, dry gas responds instantly to the action of the spark. 3. Result: Lightning starts, rapid acceleration, smooth action — power! Cars that climb hills like rabbits with Texaco, will cough and sputter and demand second gear when a wet gas is in the tank. For wet gas condenses into raw drops of gasoline in the mani- fold and makes engines slow, stubborn, slug*gish and sick! Texaco cures that. It forms such a thoroughly dry gas that instant power surges into your motor at the slightest command of the throttle. Even the highe...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

' •« : W f V I I 1 ■ 1 "4 I 4 # ® < WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February £7, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. Fill DAY, MAY IK, VOLUME II, No. 4vi Road District Bond Election Is Ordered. : $ In compliance with the regn ar proceedings taken in connection with a movement to hold a bond election Mr the recently newly created Road District No. 2, in- cluding the publication of a notice on the hearing of the petition tiled by 145 resident tax- payers of the district, the quest- ion was taken up bv the Com- missioner's Court at its regular meeting held Monday, May 12th. The law having evidently been complied with in every detail and the petition deemed regular imd ample, the Court really had no discretion in the premises, and it became mandatory on that body to order the election, and this was done, the date being set for Tuesday, .June 17th. The proposition calls for an issue o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

KB E ■ Bf; Uora Case Sm« Yltldi T« Nwei Of N«w Medicine Grateful Lady Bi|cr To Tell Others 4 For District Judge: CULBERSON DENMAN Of Nacogdoches County SAM H. TOWNSEND Of Angelina County JESS W. BATES Of Nacogdoches County (Filling Unexyired Term) MRS. LILLIAN LORANE "I suffered for twelve years from kidney trouble and nervous- ness," said Mrs. Lillian Lorane. Mablevale, Ark,, near Little Rock. "My kidneys were in a very bad state and I was forced to rise many times each night. This naturally made sleep diffi- cult. My nerves were in a very bad condition and this seemed to affect my eye sight. I could scarcely go about my work and I was worried and dis- couraged. I seemed to have no energy for anything. I tried a great many medicines and treatments but nothing seemed to do me the least bit of For District Attorney: Wm. EMERSON STONE F r Representative: E. P. PALMER GEORGE B. TERRELL For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN For County Judge: J. J. (Capt) BOLTON (ResEletion) D. L. HARRY For D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

: > 4i v The Rusk Cherokeean a weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee Jaunty, Texas. '/■ II- O. WARD, Editor and PuklUlier Pearl L. Ward, Aw>t. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-cliUM matter, July 16, lb 19, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Montht. .76 Three Months .40 Many people are unable to dis- tinguish between a tonsorialist and a chiropodist, but everyone knows all about a hypnotist. It is claimed that a camel can see with-its eyes shut. We once knew a man who contended that his wife could smell over the telephone. o A New York woman fainted waen oilbers found twenty bot- tles of liquor in her baggage. Had it been her husband he would probably have expired An Austin minister advises his parishioners to shun politics. Does not the divine know that politics is one reason why some of them join the church? O We always deplored the at- titude of the individua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

of the New Ford New streamline bodies. Choice of attractive colors. Adjustable front seats in most bodies. Fully enclosed, silent four-wheel brakes. Four Houdaille double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers. Bright, enduring Rustless Steel for many exterior metal parts. Chrome silicon alloy valves. Aluminum pistons. Chrome alloy transmission gears and shafts. Torque-tube drive. Three-quarter floating rear axle. Extensive use of fine steel forgings and electric welding. More than twenty ball and roller bearings. Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield. Five steel-spoke wheels. 55 to 65 miles an hour. Quick acceleration. Ease of control. Low first cost. Economy of operation. Reliability and long life. Good dealer service. A SENSE OF , RESPONSIBILITY We lecognize the fact that the majority of our patrons have little or no knowledge of the problems which arise when a loved one passes away. We feel that this lays a sacred obligation upon us to protect their interests and give impartial ad- v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

m hr r \ \ 0 Personal Items /t With Flower*." "Suy Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mesdames Tindell and Cas- well of Bullard, were visitors in Rusk last week. Mrs. Chas. Cannon of Ponta, was a Ilusk visitor the first of the week. O R. Perkins of Ponta, was in the city Monday. Commissioner's Court was in session Monday, attending to the regular routine of business. Mesdames Tom Acker, Fuller, Wilson and Pickens of Jackson- ville, were visitors here last week. Mrs. Dudley B. Lawson and daughter, were visitors in Jack- sonville, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hoke Peacock of Turney, visited relatives here Wednes- day. Mrs. M. W. Hargrove and children, of Georgetown, came in Monday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bond. Mrs. Randall Bevins of New York City, is visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shearon. Warren Williams spent the week end at the home oi'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

Si'dtfc ■**<•• ->.vfv - e * v vii ' v i>';,&■>V:;-.'^:' IF YOU SAW IT. If you ever come face to lace with a germ, would you recognize it, Of course it is not likely that you ever will see a germ, unless you own a tremendously powerful microscope, for you would have to magnify one over a thousand times to make it as big as a pin bead. But you should recognize the fact that these tiny germs can get into you blood streams through the smallest cut, and give you typhoid fever, tuberculoses, lock- jaw, blood poisoning and many more dangerous and perhaps fatal diseases. There is one sure safe-guard against these dangers—washing every cut, no matter how small, thoroughly with Liquid Borozone, the safe antiseptic. You can get the Liquid Borozone at Moseley's Drug Store. Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas — ! ALTON B. CHANDLER! ATTORNEY AT LAW General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Frame Your Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Your...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

Pp5- ' 9 I I I W. V I I J K mm W> ;r-. - ■ I i ■ nnoimcing TEXACO-ETHYL THE "DRY" ETHYL GASOLINE i t V © I TheTexas Company announces that now Texaco the original "dry" gas, is available with the Ethyl compound. It means the linking of two famous names in motor fuels to produce one of the finest premium anti- knock gasolines ever offered the motoring public—'Texaco- Ethyl! The Ethyl compound in it- self cannot perform miracles. It's the gasoline base that makes the difference in Ethyls. The better the fuel you begin with, the better the resulting Ethyl Gasoline. The new and better Texaco, the original dry" gas that vaporizes instantly, plus Ethyl, equals the last word in auto- mobile fuels. Texaco, the dri- est of dry gases, permits com- plete and uniform diffusion of Ethyl through the manifold into the cylinders. It creates higher standards of pick-up, power, speed and mileage for any car, old or new. This new premium grade is now avail- able at Texaco Service Stations to all mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 May 1930

HAD HEROIC RECORD! FORTUNE IN JEWELS TRUE LOVER LEAVES DOWRIES TO BRIDES Service Men Round Up 138 Siupecta. Washington.—Secret service, aided ll J y local police, made 138 arrests in tlie country last month for counterfeiting. This is a record for one month and evidence of the vigor with which the campaign against counterfeiting is be- ing conducted. Most of the counter- feiting is in $5 and $10 hills, ail of which are declared by experts to be only fair work. The bills are passed in small com- munities and in the suburbs or con- gested districts of large cities and reach the banks and big business bouses, which promptly bundle thera up for deposit or to be .sent to Wash- ington for redemption with the result that the counterfeits are not often de- tected before reaching Washington. In the opinion of the experts they should be. "Congestion of the court calendars and leniency in court sentences is partly responsible for the present sit- uation in counterfeiting," said W. H. Moran, ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

- ■~ ■ HE ■ I 'V I WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL H J _ I HEROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRTOAY, MAY 2.i, 1930 VOLUME I], No. off s f i t; ' \ I * I > Goes IntoEcstacies Over Rusk Census Our esteemed contemporary, the Jacksonville Progress, seems to go into a sort of congenial tit over the purported census re port bearing on the population of Rusk, thus wise: "The following figures were released at 1:15 this afternoon by Captain Royal G. Phillips, census supervisor at Tyler "Rusk town, including State Hospital with a population of 1871, 38G9. Sixty-six farms are included. Population in 1(320, 2348." This is the form in which the supervisor was instructed to make his report to Washington. It is not known here whether the population of the State insti- tution located at Rusk in 1920 was included in the tigures of that year." What soems to disconcert the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

«... town Waco Photo£« her Enthnastic About New Mcditin**. "Pfoyin Wonderful Remedy,'* He Says ■tH«t Judge: CULBERSON DENMAN Of Nacogdoches County SAM H, TOWNSEND Of Angelina County JESS W. BATES Of Nacogdoches County (Filling Unexyired Term) m ,s / EE J For District Attorney: Wm. EMERSON STONE F r Representative: E. P. PALMER GEORGE B. TERRELL For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN MR. H. 0. BRUBAKER "I suffered for six years with neuritis, kidney trouble and con- stipation," ssid Mr. H. O Bru- baker, well Known photographer, residing at 62A Austin Avenue, Waco. "My ankles and my limbs above the knees were badly swollen and gave me considerable trouble. It became an effort for me to walk. My kidneys were out of order making night rising necessary and causing me to lose restful sleep My eye-sight seemed to be failing on account of these conditions." "Much to my surprise, I began to get immed ate results after taking this medicine. The swell- ing left my ankles and limbs and I became stron...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

i J { I f J THE B£ST n« MEATS for LESS MONEY! That's What George Says. And George is funny that way. He won't sell Old, Tough Neat. He won't tell you it's something when it ain't. What George will do is let you have Thick, Juicy Steaks—Tender, Choice Roasts, and a variety of Lunch Meats never before seen in these parts. What George will give you is the Highest Quality Meats at uSole Owner" Prices. He won't sell you something you don't want! If You Don't Believe George Will Do All This and More, Come to "Sole Owner's" Friday and Saturday and See for Yourself. CHUCK STEAKTender ard Good Pound 25^ POPIf rflAPC FRESH PORK r vriYEY v/iivfr lean anj good Pound ^ lYFPM IVFl™ #V rrw CHEESE and MACARONI LOAF ■ A 1^1 1 ^ W+ 1 U lTB ■ j Ah 1 LI GOOSE LIVER—PIMENTO LOAF Pound 35C DRY SALT JOWLS « Pound JJ^C SAUSAGE ^ 25c 11 SAUSAGE s~.«... Pound 20c BRISKET ROAST saa?«. Pound |71C BREAKFAST BACON asss- Pound 26C PEANUT BUTTER Xmoat's Veribest Quart Jar |j^C BANANAS Pound A.C 1J A ■ PI 1" ^ LIBB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

ii i morning aunty, T«xml it CkmkM .B*0. WARD. Editor and .Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Aaat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 31# killed a companion for kissing the sister in-law of the shooter. Yet, some people say that "in- laws" are not appreciated, but in this instance it must be admit ted that she was at least a dis- turbing element. !• Mat For Youf Daughters . Entered as Mcond-ctaa matter, July 16, 1919, at til* poateffic* at Ruak, Texas, under tb« Act af March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. 7S Three M oaths 40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he xaites his prayer: I grant him a white aan i place earth, If his game is on the square. The undying devotion of a true wife challenges the imagination and staggers conception, as evi- denced by the attitude of the wife of the Austin jurist accused ofj killing his ;paramour. . Can you conceive of a man going on the witness stand in behalf of his wife and unfolding the fact that he had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

0$m V k s i & J •¥* Personal Items "TS "Say l~. With Flow«r ." Say it with oars. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Champ Carter was a Jackson- ville visitor, Monday. Rev. Durham of Lufkin, was a -visitor in Rusk this week. DROP your watch and DROP into see Wal-DROP. A. R. Odom and R. R. Gray were in Jacksonville, Monday. Leslie Ross of Alto, was a bus- iness visitor here this week- Mr and Mrs. Richard R. Gray visited relatives in Troup, Sun- day. Real City Market Comes To Rusk The Clarence Saunders Store, in this city, has opened ud a most complete and attractive meat market in connection with their retail grocery business that is de- stined to prove a most acceptable and valuable acquisition. In equipping for this branch of the business neither expense or effort has been spared and the equipment, which is electrically cooled throughout, is of the most modern design, and its display recepta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

Adults can, and no, contract many • children's diseases. And, usually, they suffer from theni much more "than children do. For instance, many adults contract worms, an ailment usually associated w:th children. Sometimes they suffer intensely and take expensive medical treatments, without realizing that worms are the cause of their troubles. Yet, the symptoms are the same as in child- ren, loss of appetite and weight grind ing the teeth and restless sleep, itch- ing of the nose and anus, and abdo- minal pains. And, the same medicine that surely and harmlessly expels round and pin worms from children will do the same for adults—White's Cream Vermifuge, which you can get at—Moseley's Drug Store. Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas ALTON B. CHANDLER ATTORNEY AT LA IV General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas m ..—..111 in j LET LEE ROSS Frame Your Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Your Rcfinishine and UoholsteriDg I Buy and Sell Used Articles of All Kinds. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

I fi it 1 fi % i IS r.,73?^.-. :^ • - w ^^______ . • ■ ' T OAS makes your r'« . ■ • Vv * stubborn as a mule db 1. A wet gas is an atomized mixture of gasoline vapor in which are suspended drops of raw gasoline. 2. These drops of raw gaso- line form an uneven mixture which resists the action of the spark. 3. Result: Destructive crank- case dilution, difficult starts, slow acceleration — a slug- gish motor. DRY tVAPORIZEl 1. The new and better Texacovaporizesso read- ily that it forms a dry gas — an active mixture of gasoline and air. 2. This pure, dry gas responds instantly to the action of the spark- 3. Result: Lightning starts, rapid acceleration, smooth action — power! A Cars that climb hills like rabbits with Texaco, will cough and sputte* and demand second gear when a wet gas is in the tank. For wet gas condenses into raw drops of gasoline in the mani- fold and makes engines slow, stubborn, sluggish and sick! Texaco cures that. It forms such a thoroughly dry gas that instant pow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 May 1930

=TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1930 THE MAYOR IAS PROCLAIMED THIS DAY As the day on which all CANS, TRASH. REFUSE OF EVERY KIND be gathered up from the streets, alleys, vacant lots, back of the business houses and around residences and carried to the CITY DUMPING GROUND. PUT YOUR TRASH IN SACKS, BOXES OR BARRELS AND THE CITY TRUCKS WILL HAUL THEM TO THE DUMPING GROUND. WEEDS Start now getting the weeds down. Let's free the town of them. MOSQUITOES The City is spending money and effort to rid the the town of these pests. This work will be lost if the citizens do not rid their premises of cans, trash and weeds. EYE SORES Let's tear DOWN AND MOVE every old and dilapidated and useless building and fence in town. WHY KEEP THEM ON OUR PROPERTY when they are useless and only detract from the attractiveness of our homes and town, CLEAN UP! PAINT UP! J Graduating Exercises Husk tygfy School £hursbay <£r>emng, -Hay 29, 1950 ...PROGRAM.... _ , \ Mrs. E. R Gregg Processional j Mrs. Webb Finley Invocat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

X.- The Rusk cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY AO, 19.(0 VOLUME ri. No. -,l Tomato Market Opens Strong And Then Breaks * i- The maiket for the 1930 to- ma',0 crop was formally opened in Rusk, last Pi idav, when the W. O Neely Pro luce Company shipped out the first car ol "greens" to «o from Cherokee county, or anywhere around here, but the market proper i ^opened Monday morning, with ' five dealers in the markets at the two depots. The price started at lour cents and maintained that figure dur- ing the day, and several cars were loaded, the shippers having t: work away in the night and some never got through with the loading. Prices kept up over Tuesday, but the receipts were compara- tively light, and Wednesday the bottom practically fell out of the market and early in the day had fallen to two and a half cents, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

it From Holland Syndicate Us Kr W. D, Waldrop Is Now The Authorized Bepresetativc Of Virgin Diamond Syndicate F. D. Waldrop, well known jewlerof Rusk, today announced that word had been received from the Virgin Diamond Syn- dicate ol Amsterdam, Holland, confirming their appointment as the local authorized dealer in Virgin Diamonds "Virgin Diamonds." said Mr. Waldrop, up jo being interviewed by a representative of this paper "are diamonds, which have never before been individually owned or worn, direct from South Afri- can mines. "There has always been a supply of second-handed dia- monds on the market, some of them, of course, with none too savory a reputation. Coming through accepted channels, it ■was impossible to distinguish such stones, although many Jewlers have long attempted to handle only diamonds of known history. Since the war, more- over, the supply of such prev- iously owned stones has sub- stantially inceeased. "Realizing that the discrim- inating diamond buyer—unless, ...

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