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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 July 1930

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

> .'X ; £■ • .■•'• .6:'^Vt/5i-~ 1st?"<***•« .-5*.6o tJ 4*. i4i3Ju r > •\ h. •m so null that w m om pillion. MvSi' hun- milli'on of thsm in a drop of And just • few of these tiny if they get into yoar blood • cut in your skin, may make __ so ick that you will be in bed for «*k -inay cause the loss of a limb through blood poisoning—meay even ' infect you with that most dreadful fatal of diseases, lockjaw. Just because you can see no dirt in a cut does not mean that it is dean. You cannot see germs. The only safe and sane thing to do, is to thoroughly wash every cut, no mat- ter how small, with Liquid Borozone i Powder, to hasten the healing. Liquid ' Boroxone costs 30 cents, 60 cents, JO and $1.50; Borozone Powder cents and 60 cents, and can be had at Moseley'a Drug Store. . f t+it Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Risk Texas '* , ALTON B. CHANDLER ATTORNEY AT LAW General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas LET LEE ROSS Frame Year Pictures Do Your Cabin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 July 1930

mi. Sf S' , .« ) -> I r, i I H I -Say It Witk Flowara." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver;- Association. Miss Irene Price was a visiter in Nacogdoches Saturday. "toi . . is visiting bis parents Mr. and Mrs. John Guinn. Miss Viola Beville has return- ed home from a weeks visit in Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Will Barrows have returned from a visit in Beaumont. Mrs. Pank Newman of Dallas, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. visitor A. L. Meredith was in Palestine, Tuesday. Allen Ne*"tonof Galveston, was a week end guest of John Guinn. .C. C. Denman of Nacogdoches, was a visitor here, Saturday. Robert Hatchett, Jr., is visit- ing James Kerr, in Houston. Misses Elizabeth aud Dorothy Looney have returned to their home in Converse. day* for fold Alto/Calif./ she will attend Stanford Univer- sity. * 1 Mr. and Mrs Hoke Peacock and children, of Turney, visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Williams turned...

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

t*« Haw NfW And •nt Medicine Did Won* den For Her Little Boy Of Twelve il>:V HARMON GLAZE Results are what count, and Konjola can be counted on for results. Sufferers want relief, not promises. Konjola has made a matchless record simply be- cause it does the things it is de- signed to do. Take, as a typical example of Konjola at work, the case of Herman Glaze, 12, whose mother, Mrs. Annie Glaze, Route 4, Lonoke near Little Rock, Ark., says: "My boy, Harman, 12, had ty- phoid about five years ago, and his health since then wri? not good. He frequently haa fever and had attacks of nausea. He had no desire to play and his ap- petite was poor. Nothing I gave him seemed to do any good. Konjola had helped me so much that I decided to give it to Har- mon. Today, he is like a differ- ent erson. He eats sleeps, and plays like other children and is no longer subject to fevers. Iam still giving him Konjola lor it has done so much for both of us." So it goes, victory after victory wherever K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 July 1930

... -*,■ .. -■ i?.". f >'^3*111 - * . . -> mi? •V t > >^E- Jv ..' .*■ ~ •*■■■■' Wv$ \ • , •) i •«> rusk cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. P.USK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. .JULY 11. 1930 VOLUME 12, No. 5 Some Reasons Why We Are Supporting Sterling Kadish|Experiment It is n ver the policy paper to t ike sides or Congressman J. C. Box Suffers A Humiliation [Atticus Webb Gets July Term District Dope On Judge Benge Court Now In Session of this show a preference in any political con- test and are not varying in this instance as it is not a question of politics on even policies in the gubernatorial race, but merely a matter of business and we are going to support Ross Sterling for severai reasons: First, Every body in Texas, even the numerous candidates for governor, agree that we have had too much politics and poli- ticians connected with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 July 1930

El, Ift <■ I I We're Not Afraid To Take "A Long Shot" and give our Customers the benefit of the saving. Some Grocery Specials PERFECTION FLOUR CANOVA COFFEE Large size MOTHER S COCA Large size $1.65 $1.08 VINEGAR Per gallon 24c PEANUT BUTTER Quart size 39c We bought this Feed right, at the right time and And are making the Price RIGHT: 45 BUSHELS OATS $2.54 COTTON SEED MEAL Per sack $2.40 CORN CHOPS $2.15 Come in See other worth while values Yours for saving the dollars, Hall's Home Town Store We Deliver Rusk, Texas Phone 370 SK&i'V'' > MILLET KIN BARES - BIG ART SWINTiLE g Grandson cf Famous Painter § Confesses Fake. 1 Paris.—Charles Millet, grandson of the painter of "The Angelus," has con- fessed to selling for tens of thousands of dollars to London and New York art dealers pictures falsely attributed by him to his grandfather and other groat artists. The whole collection of Millets in -1i f? famous P.arhizon museum, states Charles Millet, are also forgeries. The painti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 July 1930

i I f iii'yteiBwfc H 1 "•• Ike " "■ '.' ."> ■!■" I"1, ' 1 J" '.'WMiw.ffl.iwj.iiiMiWjiwMityiij!! 'iigpij^i;It'i i «?i4 riir.EK m|:'" - «' * ; v <• hv- « • Cherokeean A weekly newspaper publiriwd every ~ ' morning at Rnak, Cberekee County, Te: H* O. WABD, Editor and PublUhcr PBABL L. WAB1 . Aaaiatant K«l. and Pub. Entered an second-': laae matter, July 16, 1919. at the poatotflce at Ruak, Tcxbf, under cii« Act cf March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-8® Six Month* .76 Three Months .40 How Box Standi!,--His Work Ikonjola Ended Two Years Of Stoipach Misery Again This New And Differ- rut Medicine Shows Why It Has Become Famous #1 9 Washington, D. C., June 24, 1030 Hon, E. J. Mantooth, Lufkin, Texas Answering your enquiry do not hesitate to say that Judge Box's standing in Congress is unusually high. He is regarded by many as the leading authority on im- migration and kindred questions and his views on other questions always receive attention and consideration. Am certain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 July 1930

Jm % few® li ? : I < YOU KNOW ONE IP YOU SAW IT. •v If you ever come face to f«C^ with • germ, would you recognize it, Of oourse it is not likely that you ever Jf triU see a germ, unless you own a tremendously powerful microscope, you would have to magnify one over a thousand times to make it as big as a pin head. 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. ■imwmm mmaasKumaKm Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Risk 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 Rcfinishiat and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 July 1930

I Personal Items i ■ i Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Tuck- er of Dallas, visited relatives here this week. "Smy It Witk^low.ri." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver; Association. Dr. J. W, Preston State a pec tor of Austin, was here first of ihe week. I ll M In- the Miss Verta Branhaiu of Troup is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Alvin S lerinrn. Mrs. B. T. Knight of Dallas, spent last week end with her aunt, Mrs M. E Cox Miss Beulah Allen returned Tuesday from a visit to Houston and Galveston. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Car gill made a business trip to Lawton, Okia , this week. Mrs-. Jim Acker of Tyler, vis- ited her father, Frank Sloan, this week. Mr. and Mrs: Maurice Guinn of New York City, are visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Summers A. Norman were visitors in Dallas, Friday. James I. Perkins leturned the first of the week from a business trip t<-> Lubbock. .J. E. Downing spent the week •end i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 July 1930

s )■ m 11 I ; I In order to Close Out Spring and Summer Goods and Make room for Fall stocks, the following Drastic Reductions are made: 14 Schloss Bros.. $32.50 Spring and Summer Two-Pant Suits, a Suit CLEARANCE PRICE '19.95 Ladies' $5.00 Spring and Summer Dress Hats Each CLEARANCE PRICE '1.95 Ladies' $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Sun Hats CLEARANCE PRICE 1-2 Price 300 PAIRS $1.95 SILK CHIFFON HOSE At, a Pair '1.55 A Special Purchase of 300 Pairs of Our No. 5500 Regular $1.95 Silk Chiffon Hose Enables Us to Make This Extraor- dinary Offer of, A Pair $1.55 29 Ladies' $9.75, $10.75 and $12.75 Crepe and Chiffon Dresses. Each CLEARANCE PRICE '4.95 All Ladies' $1.95 Wash Frocks Marcy Lee, Rosalee, Foxy Frocks, Mary Dean, Dixie and Evelyn. Each CLEARANCE PRICE '1.65 Men's $2.45, $2.95 and $3.50 Straw Hats CLEARANCE PRICE 1-2 Price FALL COATS On Display Friday, July 11th. Be Sure to See Them Every item offered is New Stock-this season's merchandise, and these Extremely Low Prices are made Until a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

r .v.. V. iKl- / '• -J tv''" ^ "i^XTr.- 7*^- v-T, . • - ^ • - • •• U . •■' ' -v J * i the lie! i The Rusk cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 18. WIO WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME 12, N<<. ti ft EDITORIAL P ) itic-s has never been no < <1 for its fairness and honest prac- tices, but the attitude of those who a>e opposing Ross Sterling and his road boad propositi n have resorted to the most nelar- ions and misleading campaign ever inaugurated. The fact is that the other candidates who are as*ai inn the issue are not so much opposed to as they aieto Mr. Sterling, wk wonderful campaign has put them all to guessing and it is now anything to beat Stirling. But as tithe real issue, they claim that it can not be done, thar. bonds can not be sold with- out a property security bacit of them, maybe not, but if they aie not sold they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

I i & - Because, with scant opportuni- ties he rose from poverty and obscurity to a successful business career by honest business dealing, business ability and energy. 2 Because the people are tired of politics and politicians, and Mr. Sterling is the ONLY CANDI- DATE FOR GOVERNOR WHO IS NEITHER A LAWYER OR A POLITICIAN. He is a suc- cessful EUSINESS man. such as the state needs at the head of its affairs. 3 Because Sterling is for the only plan and practical method to ameliorate the worst tax condit- ion ever confronted by a civilized people. When our tax laws originated about all the property was in the lands and live stock, and out of the general revenues and a small road fund, the roads were, with the labor of citizens, opened and kept up. They were almost solely for local use to get to town, the mills, post offices, etc. But now, how changed? One mile of some paved highways cost more than was formerly spent on roads for the whole county in one year. Some of them cost double...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

>* \ { • I 9 ♦ 4 ) The Rusk Cherokeetn A weekly newspaper pablii Friday morning at Ruak, County, Texas. ubliabed i «ry CktnkM H- th WARD, Editor and Publisher PBAIL LpfARU, AmUtant Kd. and Pub. Sotered aa second-elMS matter, July 16, 1919. at the postofflce at Ruak, Texas, under tii* Act •( March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1-50 Six Month*; •'§ Three Months •*< OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he anattes his prayer: I grant him a white aan a place o«i 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 ia as good as I, And a king is no more thsn that." None of us aspire to be invalids, as theirs is a woeful lot, and not only a burden to themselves but oftimes to others, but we have known several that outlived all the robust ones in the family. Statistics show that there are 30.000.Girl Reserves in the United States, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

1*1 ri i I Dies s. Candidate for Congress From this, the Second Congressional District, will address the voters of Cherokee County on the issues of the day, at the following places at the hours indicated: Dialville, July 18th., Jack'ville, " 18th., 19th., 19th., tt u U 44 44 44 44 44! 4:00 P. M. 8:00 4:00 8:00 FRIDAY and SATURDAY, This Week Don't fail to hear this in- teresting Young Orator He will have a message well worthy of Your time and attention. Martin Dies Campaign Com. Rusk Service Station W; ji United CftatesllKS BuittbtflhehbrUlsIjm^Rwbtcerjlbiiter Every automobile owner who is inter- ested in securing better tires at lower cost will welcome this announcement. We have recently been appointed to handle the complete line of U. S. Tires in this district. This includes a tire in every price class and every one is the world's greatest value in its field! The line of U. S. Tires we are now dis- playing includes the Royal Master, a tire for the man who wants the best regardless ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

BPlb * * I M r l-.i A \ I nn in lit, ola on- old H. tor, pon- tile my I led- §j o M ersonal Items "Say It With Flowart." Say it With ours. Cijf. flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver; Association. Bill Phillips of Kerrville, is visiting relatives here. :;iv Mr*. T. M. Sherman and son, James, are visiting relatives in Eden, Texas, Bill McClune.v is visiting rel- atives in Waxahachie. Mesdames Herman Odom, Jno. Pank, Thelina McDonald. H. J. Stevens and Arvie Odom were visitors in Tyler, Monday. Mr. and Mrs Hubert Earl of Jacksonville, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Session^. Miss Ruby Alexander is visit- ing"friends in Dallas, this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. F Uevins left for their home in Erie, Penn., after a visit to Mrs. Bevins' ]> r- ents, Mr and Mrs Thos. Shear- on. Mesdames B. J. Corey of 'Houston, C. A. Portis of Port Mrs. Bessie Collev is visiting j Arthur, and Miss Jennie Vick of in Houston and Gal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

f*: Ktt.V 0? J IP ,TS CONTRACT CHILDREN'S DISEASES Adults can, and t*o, contract many children's diseases. And, usually, they suffer from them much more than children do. For instance, many adults contract worms, an ailment usually associated with 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 LAW General Practice Office over Stovall's Store Rusk, Texas let lee ross Frame Your Pictures Do Your Cabinet Work Your Rcfinishins and Unholstering I Buy and Sel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

THE BU8K CBEBOKEEAM PAGE SK jt 4 * (i ) 1 ill here ! the new... longer-lasting TEXACO MOTOR OIL HRM THE NEW The new Texaeo ytniuv Oil in here! It's longer-lasting! It's crack-proof! Here in this new oil are all the qualities which were never before obtainable in any one oil. There Mere oils that gave remarkable mileage. There were oils that flowed freely at zero. There were oils that were dewaxed and free from impurities that formed bard carbon. But not until now were all these desirable qualities to be found in any one single oil. Jjir-e^ufte lint* Mahtr Mil is eraeli-pntof it does not break down under the high pressures and temperatures of the modern engine so as to form hard carbon. And because it is longer-lasting you get the benefit of increased mileage in every quart. The new Texaco is manufactured in five grades: C, D, E, F, and G, corresponding in body to S. A. E. (Society of Automotive Engineers) viscosity ratings. The price is 30c a quart (35c for Grade G). The right grade...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 July 1930

' \ TO H ICT FORD ISTR rami Dcbc critic ■•••« Leader's EttiMte Of Btx May 26,1030. SAM. TOWNSEND Washington, D C E. J. Mantooth Lufkin, Texas. In response to your telegram I beg to say that those who are charging Judge Box with incom petency, lack of aggressiveness and so forth surely are not well informed as to his real standing in the House of Representatives. During the period of my service as Democratic floor leader cover- ing four terms of Congress there was no member of the House up- on whose judgment and activity I relied with greater confidence than 1 did upon his. He was one of the most, conscientious legis- lators whom I ever saw in the Body during my twenty-four years of service and certainly one of the most industrious and pains taking His committee assign rr.ents and his rank upon com mittees entailed great responsi bility upon matters of gravest moment to the nation and he was universally respected because of the recognized sincerety of his views and the vast fund of i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 July 1930

•<.<gp5r* '■i 0 Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY P.L'SK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. ..tTLY 25. 1930 VOLUME 12, No. 7 Pt \A % « 4 f>| ♦ Will Speak Here This Afternoon District Court On The Criminal Docket Tne Official Ballot A Prominent Farmer For Cherokee County Dies From Accident KOSS STERLING Ross Sterling. ol' Houston, the popular and aggressive, as well as progressive candidate for Governor, is to speak" in Rusk, this afternoon, at 5:00, while en route to Palestine, where he will wind up his most vigorous and enthusiastic campaign, tonight. Mr. Sterling is the one in this race who really stands for some- thing, and whether you agree with him or not it will be Well worth your while to hear him present his platform and he- come advised of the real issue and acquainted with the real man. Quite a number from Rusk are going over. Martin ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 July 1930

THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN Attention, Women Voters What E. P. Palmer's Friends in the Legislature Think of His Record During His First Term. Bryan, Texas, July 17, 19L.0. Labor Leaders Com* mend Box's Record, Wm IIODGES Candidate for Re-Election ASSOCIATE JUSTICE Court of Civil Appeals SIXTH DISTLICT Citizens who want to now the facts pertaining to Mr. liox's work at Washington can learn the truth by reading the state- ments of high c.ass, able men who know and appreciate his work Joining with business and professional men, temperance supporters and others, are many active friends of working people who intelligently watch the ac- tivities of public men in order to be in position to tell ihe country when its servants betray or neg- lect the welfare of the average men and wh?n they are faithful. Read in the following abreviated excerpts what such men say about Box and his work: "Washington, D. C. Feb.'27, l'JiiO. "To All Organized Labor in 2nd Congressional District of Texas, Greetings: "I ...

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