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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

* lie n h pt I In pd In I ■re I e- rc" |ve The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly aewtpaper publiah&d «v«ry Friday morning at Rusk, CbarokM County, Texaa. !!• O. WAKD, Editor and PultlLriier Pearl L. Ward. Aral:. Editor & Pub .Office Phone 316 Entered as second-olMs matter, July • 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act cf March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Three Month*. .40 Of aUthe^Mth daiing, real courageous beings who have come under our observations none of them could compare, for sheer reckless abandon, to that boy who mounted behind anoth. er fellow in the saddle, on a horse t at had never been known to "carry double." Art,'v fSflSBr3i VsMlii OUR CREED Our idea of the superlative of being unsophisticated was dem- 'onstrated by that fellow from the country who was visiting a city friend, and on goin^ into the bath room observed a bottle of bath salts and proceeded to take two tablespoonsfull. "I take no thought of my neighbor's b...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

p gfggfc.-', V'; H2&ii f:. ■t. Sj§l>v.- Pi:', ■p m ' '■> '• #8' i i W' THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee, County, Greeting: Ton Are Hereby Commanded to summon Hnrry Browc, by making publication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your county, to appear at the next regular term of the District court •of Cherokee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the First Monday in July,19:t0. thn same beinjr'the 7th. day of July,' A. D. :i9:i0. then and there to antwer a petiton Jtiiled in sa'd court on the 21st. day «ti" May, A.D. 1C29, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said court No 10952, wherein Rossie Brown is Plaintiff, and Harry Brown is De- fendant. and said petition alleging that en or about the l.">tk. day of July 192ti, in Cherokee county. Texas, plaintiff, then a single woman by the name of Rossie Gray, was lawfully married to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

) fc t > •* '5\ ■w, 0) Personal Items "Say It With Flowari." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral icns. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. B. B. Perkins was a visitor in Houston this week. Edwin Guinn made a business trip to Houston, Wednesday. Guy B. Cannon, of Stanford, was here Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Shook of Dallas, was a visitor here last week. Mrs. Bolui Francis returned Tuesday morning from a busi- ness trip to Dallas Mr. and Mrs I. fi. Hall visit- ed relatives at Nacogdoches, Sunday. Dr. J. L. Summers attended the Dentul Convention at Port Worth, last week. Carl Whipprecht and Miss Jewel Parks, of College Station, drove over for a week end visit to relatives here. Mrs. Bill Phillips and son, Bill Jr., of' Kerrville, are visiting relatives here Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle of Florida, are visiting their rela- tive, Mrs. Tom B. Mallard of this city Miss Mary Stovall of Athens, spent the week end here with relatives. Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

aj y J* 1 • %'t f % :r- \ W irritable and .. grind their teeth and (Imp ily, have digestive pains and ces, lack of appetite, and ve itching eyes, nose and lingers, .^^ietorB will not always agree that tihey are suffering from worms. Many ' Blethers, too, will not believe that their children can have worms. The fact remains that these symptoms will yield, in a great majority of cases, to a few doses of White's Cream Ver- mifuge, the sure expellant of round and pin worms. If your child has any of these symptoms, try this harm- less, old fashioned remedy, which you can get at 35c per bottle from Mose- ley's Drug Store. Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas ALTON B. CHANDLER ATTORNEY AT LAiV General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Frame Your Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Your Rcfinishing and Upholstering I Buy and Sell Used Articles of All Kinds. North Side Square. MISS ELLA D. CURTIS TEACHES (IF Class Lessons for Beginners Residence Studio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 30 May 1930

n HE ARE RUNS QUARANTINE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT, OUR GOODS ARE NEW— WE NEED THE BUSINESS, YOU NEED THE GOODS. ..So come to see us and let's all be Happy.. TYLER MAID SYRUP DRY SALT MEAT SMOKED BACON PER GALLON 63c PER POUND 19c PER POUND 23c 31c 10 BARS SOAP CANOVA BRAND FLAVORING <""•* 25c GRANDAD COFFEE (SURE GOOD) 3 POUND BUCKET 79c FRUIT JAR TOPS PER DOZEN ONLY 24c FRUIT JAR RINGS 3 DOZEN ONLY 21c PERFECTION FLOUR AS GOOD AS THERE IS MADE '1.65 24-Lb. MEAL (BEST MADE) In Bug.Proof Bags 65c COTTON SEED MEAL F*ESB stock '2.35 DRIED FRUIT PEACHES or APPLES POUND 20C Hall's Home Town We Deliver Rusk, Texas Store Phone 370 65 Teams and Chorus of 200 Will Help Dedicate Home To The Voters Of Cherokee County '«A .1 '***> m (i* 5U' Owing to the fact that I have been confined in a sanitarium for several weeks, and therefore unable to get around, the im- pression or report seems to have gone out that I had withdrawn from the race for Tax Collector, but such is not the case. I expect to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

(< i w ,fc;\ij •$*',. ■:;,« pp8|.w V&IPV ■ y:^-rWm ' 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 COUNT^ KCSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY. TEXAS. FflfDAY, JUNK l<i:)0 volume ri, No. w The Tomato Game The Emblem Of Truth Complete Filings Stands A Raise Scores Another Marker j For State Offices D. A. R. Places Marker At Thomas Hogg Grave If you could eliminate tho in-!, W'"h th,< ,S8Ue o1 th" Cher0" i Candidates lor stsit.* positions lteean volume eleven is coinp et.e, w;lf)SG tilings h ;ive by en received < )n SundH.viil'ti'rr.!) :i the Hogg had invited and depended np"'1 The ^•'il Proposition Ho i Cone .lohn-on. the silver- tongu d and distinguished day; and night o ator, of Tyle , but Approaches Development terestsof the producer, th'> buy- er and shipper, the banker and .possibly the least, the printer, this tomato game is on" of the most realistic- and sati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

a.-i-. '■iX NEW T ANNOUNCEMENTS ELECTION NOTICE SUyi Raflact In the tawdry Thirties, to my mind the onlovellest section of the city, one W; walk for blocks without finding • thing worthy of attention. Dingy women's clothing shops, wholesale mostly—and I mean shops for dingy women—line streets between Fifth and Sixth avenues, and the floors above them contain the sweatshops where all the $14.95 copies of l'aris models are made. The streets are Jammed with delivery trucks, and the aidewalks overflow with sweat-shop workers. There is, however, one item of note—a men's clothing shop. On the sldewnlk in front Is a twisted mir- ror of the kind one finds at the penny arcades of Coney Island. Passersby stop and stare at the strange reflec- tion of themselves. Then they read the sign above the mirror. "Just pic- tore yourself," It says. "Isn't it time yon came in and selected a new suit?" * • • Mystic Reporter A young reporter on a morning newspaper is proud of his record for scoring beats, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

4 <•# ie 15 '* A weekly newspaper published every i'riaty morning at Roak, Cherokee Comity, Texas. &* O. WAK1), Editor and Publisher Pearl L. V> "-d, Aut. Kditor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-cbuH matter, Jaly 16, 1919. at the poatoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March S, 1879. 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 mases his prayer: I grant him a white aan a place en earth, If his game in 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, Ar.d a :n,7 is no more than that." Our idea of a real sport was the boy who packed tomatoes and drew a check for 32 cents and spent twenty of it for a milk chocolate. Road To Good Hoalth Dallas Lady Eagerly Endorses New Medicine Found Relief After Olher Medicines Failed Our idea of a man who has nothing on hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

HSr* Ti T« Save Rug Maker. Flagstaff, Arl*.—As the beating of tom-toms reached a frenzied pitch and itired and worn dancera of the Navajo tribe were making laat efforts to pad- jfy angry gods, the wife of Hosteen rge Bancroft, the greatest of NaT- ceremonial rag makers, emerged her hogan—cured. Her Illness prompted medicine men send their swiftest runners across rts and through rock-walled can- 'ons to call their people together to :e part in weird ceremonials to ap- pease the gods. The medicine men had feared that Pie would be unable to finish the fa- ous ceremonial rug on which she (was working. The weird pattern of the rug was known to no one but the 111 blanket maker, and unless she lived, the medi- cine men opined, the anger of the gods would sweep down upon the des- ert grazing grounds of their people. Throbbing tom-toms and huge bea- con fires aided the swift Indian run- iners in calling their people together ■for the ceremonials, at a small trading ■post in the midst of dese...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

imW&& sarnmcm \ c •) • Personal Items "S y It With Flowara." it with ours. Cat flowers, pot plants, funeral ■designs. " MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. W. O. Seales of Lufkin was here Friday. O. K. Ellis of Summerfield was a visitor here Saturday. Dixie Avnwine was a visitor in Jacksonville Saturday. S G. Kerr returned Saturday from a visit to his son, James H. Kerr, at Houston Cecil Gray of Chiteno was a visitor here Saturday. C C. Ut:nman of Nacogdoches, •was here Saturdav, Little Miss Elsie MaudeCarter is visitiug in Lufkin this week. P. L. Weimer, editor of the Alto Herald, was a visitor here Monday. W. R. Smith, district attorney of Midland, was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Norman were visitors in Dallas, the first of the week. Malcolm Guitin made a busi- ness trip to Texarkana Wednes- day. J*n tor-Senior Beeeption Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Beall spent last weeii at Dallas, visiting rel atives. Mrs. H. O. Lester l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

i BUSINESS ffiiiT*- ■ Oar stomach and digestive systems fre lined witi membrane which is de- ' lie ate, sensitive and easily injured. It is dangerous business, then, to use medicines containing harsh drugs, salts or minerals, when we are consti- pated. In addition to the possibility of injuring the linings of our diges- tive system, these medicines give only temporary relief and may prove habit forming. The safe way to relieve constipation is with Herbine the cath- artic that is made from herbs, and acts in the way nature intended. You can get Herbine 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 I Your Rcfinishina and Uoholstering j I Buy and Sell Used Articles of All Kinds. North Side Square. MISS ELLA D. CURTIS TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY Class Lessons for Beginners Residence Studio on College Avenue Ph...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

f c 1 r • t The State of Texas i The State of Texas CITATION BY PUBLICATION i CITATION BY PUBLICATION D. 1930, the same being the 7th day of July A. D. 1930, then land there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 2nd in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court No. 10864, Toihe Sheriff or anv Constahle I To the Sheriff or any Constable l ed in said Court on th onenil.or any constable Cherokee Countv Greeting • day of June A. D. 1930, of Cherokee County, Greeting: oicneroKee county, greeting. ? nn thp f. day of May. A. D. 1930. A. M. Vining, Clerk, District Court,Cherokee County By F. C. Carter, Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION TWO LOST LETTERS BETRAY CRIME RING You Are Hereby Command You Arc Hereby Commcind- ^fi tn summon .T I Mpador „ ed to summon Donald Alexand-j by making publication of this wherein Mammie Lee Mayfield The State of Texas Freeman by making publica-Citation nncp in each wppk for 18 Pl«nntiff, and Beeman May- To the Sheriff or ai er any Constable tion of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 June 1930

it ■p I luCapUbtnd Jails Victim. ,—An unknown German eob- onc* leaped into fame by dress- fa the uniform of an officer of the PlOMlan guard and marching at the fttMd of a detachment of soldiers into Tillage of Koepenlck, where he (aided the municipal treasury. Since it time "the Cobbler of Koepenlck" been a general expression the rid over. Now his famous exploit has boon matched by a daring thief in Rome ■who masqueraded as a captain of carabineers and not only robbed a Jeweler of upward of $100,000 worth of gems, but succeeded in having his victim locked up in a Jail. The Jeweler, Ettore Menichini, was Bitting in his store with his son and two other members of his family ;when the "captain" walked In, fol- lowed by a "sergeant" of carabineers, ■who carried a large leather suitcase. 'The leader exhibited a warrant for .the arrest of Signor Menichini on a charge of receiving stolen goods. At the same time the robber said he must aeize all gems which appeared to be of doubtful origin....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

^'Mgpgp;'.' I c v * lirt led (lot J lie [as, ?et 1.00 1 lot ree I all ler lied lave jre- thl >031, ex- and fice 4th -r 3- nty. J The Rusk 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, JUNK 13. 19:50 VOLUME 12, Nn. f City Council.Votes IGrand Jury July Water Improvemerts J Term District Court At a meeting of the City Council held Tuesday night, the question of making provision lor a domicile lor the Superintend- ent of Water Works, was taken up and yiven favorable consid- ers tion. It was voted to build a live- room brick veneer residence to meet demands. A notice for bids is being published this week. This action was deemed neces- sary as the work of superin- tending and looking after the reservoir demands constant at- tention and it was deeuoeJ im- perative that a man be on the ground continually and as there were no suitable quarters av...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

SEASON SALE! SALE OPENS SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14TH, AT 9 A. M.> Come Visit theBig New Store To introduce Ourselves and Our Business, we are starting out with this Remarkable Sale of STAPLE and DEPENDABLE Merchandise. This is Strictly a "ONE PRICE" Store. Just a Few Items Mentioned for Our Tomato Season Sale FREE! FREE! On Saturday Morning at 9:00 o'clock we will Give Away Absolutely FREE to the First 50 Ladies entering our store a set of 6 Beautiful Water Glasses. One Set to a Person. WANTED—EXTRA SALES PEOPLE Hope Domestic A Domestic every woman knows; this sale— 10c yd. Brown Domestic .. 9c GARZA SHEETS Full Size 81x90 97c Every Lady Knows GARZA SHEETS New Summer Millinery Everyone of the very latest style. Ciose fitting and large brims. Large and small head sizes. 98c $1.49 Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Ladies', Mien's and Chil- dren's Shoes Ladies' Shoes Red Morocco, Beige Crepe, and other combinations. $2.89 Pair $5. Value Wide Sheeting 9-4 Bleached Garza Sheeting, void of s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

? c I # • ?rid*y morning it County, T«xm. U P. WARD. Editor and PublUlier Pearl L. Ward, \ttnt. Editor & Pub Oilier Plion« 316 CITATION br PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee, County, Greeting: You Are Hereby Commanded to summon Henry Brown, by making publication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return clay hereof, in some newspaper published ia •our county, to appear at this next regular term of the District court of Cherokee County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Rusk, on the Kirst Monday in Juh\ 19 ;o, the same bein'_r the 7th. day of July, A. D. 19.10. then and there to answer a petiton (iiled in ^ii'd court on the 21st. day oi May, A. D. 19,'iO. in a, suit, numbered on the docket of said cor' t 1<«952, wherein Kossie Brown is and Harry Brown is De- fendant. and said petition alleging' that on or about the l'.th. day <1 .i'.ilv 192(i, in Cherokee county. Texas, .plaintiff, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

|V r 0H?N THE QUESTION of JAHCt or road BONDS in bo ao nor No 2 of Chebokkk County pi Texas. The State ofTexas ) County of Chekokke j On this, the 12th. day of May, 1930, the County Couamisioner's Court of Cherokee County, Tex- as, was in regulai* session at the tegular meeting place thereof, in the court house at Rusk. Tex- as, with all the members of the Court present, viz: J. J. Bolton, County Judge. Louis Butler, Commissioner Precint No. 1. T. E. Singletary, Commission- er, Precinct No. 2. W. E. Williams, Commissioner Precint No. 3. J. F. Martin, Commissioner Precinct No. 4. F. C. Bingham, county clerk, and passed the following' order: On this, the 17th day of April, /930, the Commissioners Court of Cherokee County, Texas, convened in regular session at the regular meeting place thereof in the Court Houae at Rusk, Texas, all members of the Court, to-wit: J. J. Bolton, County Judge. Louis Butler, Commissioner Pre- cinct No. 1, T. E. Singletary, Commissioner Pre- cinct No. 2. W. E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

_ " is,-*s STOP'S® ^rT,' v 'ersonal Items |Aki #' 0 * 4 "Smy It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral •designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Fred Thompson of Eagle Pass is visiting relatives here. J. W. Chandler of Alto, was a business visitor here Monday. Chas. Davis of Port Worth, was here the first of the week. J. E. Downing visited in Ma- bank last week. Hamilton Nash Jr., of Mabank, is here visiting Lowell Thomas. Mr. ;ind Mrs. Edwin Guinn are visiting in Austin. Mrs. L. D. Guinn spent las week end in Houston. Burke Smith was a visitor in Jacksonville Sui.day. Mrs. Zeno Munder of Carth- age, was a visitor here, Tuesday. E. P. Palmer of Alto, was a visitor here Monday. Miss Gertrude Blodgett ot College Station, visited Miss Irene Price the first of the week. Miss Louise Bennett of Jack- sonville, spent the week end with Miss Zula Holcomb. Chester Gifford of Beaumont, spent the week end here en ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 June 1930

I •! i-1 YOU K.SOW ONE IP YOU SAW IY. If you ever come face to face with • 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 head. But you should recogniie 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, j 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 LA IV General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Frame Your Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Your Rcfinishina and Upholstering I Buy ard Sell Use...

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