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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 July 1930

B if p ■IK I mi { o % 1 MM r FIOH SAM I. ftWRSEtt CANIDBATI F01 DISTRICT JUDGE §. To the Voters of Cherokee Coun- ty- announcing my canaidacy foa the office of District Judge; I did so of my own accord, desiring a promotion from the office of district attorney and at the same beleiving that'on account of the vast and varied expeitence, gain- ed by me in the office of district attorney for the past several years, while serving you, I could render a worth while service to the people of this judicial district as their district judge. If elected district judge I pro- pp\>e to speed up the trial of the crimidal casses, and to refuse to contiuue such cases on flimsv ex- cuses; to run the terms of court (working not less than eight hours per day) in the same manner as a successful private business is run; to require the attendance of witnesses and jurors at court as their services are needed; when greivous offenses, such as murder and rape are committed within the district, to cooperate...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 July 1930

PS! r ' I KV| II f§; I I BimK ERSOF CHER- didate for Repre use I believe I can service in the Leg ture than che other man. |>ave served on the Commit- n Taxation, Appropriations, ulture, Education and Pen lariea, while my opponent not served on a single one of se committees. axation is the biggest question ore the people and taxes must equalized and reduced on the ms, homes, ranches and busi- s property or we can not pay ;m and our homes will be sold taxes. Wealth must be made 'bear it's just share of the tax- flV 0 r The people have honored me j electing me to represent them the Legislature in the past and have gained experienca and aowledge of govermental polic- s, and I would be an rj Finer Tires m ingrate if I refused to serve them at this critical time, when taxes and extravagant governmental ex- penses are about to bankrupt them. I want to assist in equalizing and reducing the burden of taxes and in securing an honest, effic- ient and economical administrat- ion of the gove...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 July 1930

t } THE RUSsK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVfc Personal Items "S«jr It With Flower*." Say with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai desisrns. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telejrniph Deliver.' Association. M i s. A. B. C. Dean and daujfh ter, Miss Threase, of Boauinont, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sloan Wednesday. Mrs. P. B. Guinn visited in Lufkin, last week Leland Guinn and family of Port Arthur, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. D. Guinn. Mrs. J. 0. Turney and child- ren, of Jacksonville, are visiting the Jess Ford Family P. T. Butler is in Houston and Galveston this week. Miss Irene Price was a visitor in Palestine, Saturday. Mesdames E. M. Mansfield, Kenneth Mansfield and Harrv1 Eaves, spent Sunday in Grove-1 ton, with relatives. To The Voters I appreciate the fact that my j friends insisted on my having; my name on the ticket for County i Chairman, I am no office seeker, but now that I aui on the ticket I I will appreciate any support given. I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 July 1930

six THE RUSK CHKrtOKKEAN s . I I I I I I in the been E. P. Palmer Presents His Candidacy Alto, Texas, July 22, 1930. TO THE CITIZENSHIP AND VOTERS OF CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS: Two years ago, the people of this County did me the honor to elect me^to serve them House of Representatives. This was the first political office with which 1 had ever honored, save and except that of Mayor of my home town. When I went to Austin as your Representative, I put aside my own personal affairs and gave my constant care and attention to my duties as your Representative. By being in constant at- tendance at every session, I became personally acquainted with the membership of the Leg- islature and it was my good fortune to make many friends among the members. In the two years I served and in my first term I have succeeded in securing the enactment in- to law of measures which I feel sure will be for the lasting benefit of the people of my county, and I have been able to prevent, together with the help of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 August 1930

W' 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, AUOl'ST I. 19.50 volrMi-: vi. No. & W The Run-Off Primary To Be A Hot Number Houses Being Numbered Free Delivery In Sight The City Council, in a special called meeting, held July 26th., passed an ordinance providing for the numbering of business bous- es and residences throughout the city. The system provided is what is known as the "Philadelphia If such a thing were possible the run-off nominating primary, to be held Saturday. August 20, will be more interesting and hot- ly contested than the original of last Saturday. In the first place, it will come down to a lone, double-barreled affair, with no blank cartridges, i p]an " [t provides that blocks no shooting in the dark, and ey- be designated by hundreds and er.v shot counting. Secondly it is each twenty-five feet co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 August 1930

? ^..._. .. .. KUUL CHMOIUULAli '<?''"?*-i** "CT^'V^TT',' ^ •?'" ■'"'' "r" -'•"''■■j**'T""V'TJ^^*-yr"'■ , '^Vr' ^^^-••' ' •*■, ._•• ■*■ W?W:,[; * — _ : ——— 11 jlras&S ««y5«rai •:tr >, i; li ^pm w . . . "There never has been such a motor oil until now" i Mt9S our business to hnotv oils. And when we say that there never has been such a motor oil until now we mean exactly that. For the new Texaco Motor Oil is different from any oil you could ever buy before. It's longer-lasting! It's crack-proof! And this is why it9s different — There were some oils that were dewaxed. There were others that formed no hard carbon. A few others had an exceptionally enduring body..But no one oil had all the desired qualities. The new Texaco has them all! And because it is crack-proof it will not break down under the terrific heat and pressure developed by the modern high compression engine so as to form hard carbon. Naturally it lasts longer. The new Texaeo is manufnetured in fire grades: C, D, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 August 1930

TOT SU8K CHEROKEEAJI PAGE T!!'1EE i I The Rusk \ weekly newspaj>er Friday morning at County, Ten*. published every tusk, Cherokee H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher PKABL L. WABI), Assistant K«l.an«lPub. Sintered as second-ctaaa matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Ruak, Texas, under the Act of March S, 187#. Nobody can say that Jim Fer- guson's wife hasn't done her part to help him along in the world and the public eye e Perhaps some of the candidates will have the consolation of say- ing that "it is better to have run and lost, than not to have run at all." SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Si* Month*. .76 Three Months.' .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he aaaKea hia prayer: I grant him a white aan s place on earth, Jf 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 a k;ng is no more than that." AN UNPLEASA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 August 1930

fOUK 'S\p>'W¥*' THE BC8K GHSKOKEBAM I w. 1 Appeals To Young Men Radio is growing by leaps and bounds, and according to Pres- ident Roberts of the radio School of Tyler Commercial College there is no greater opportunity than is toffered by Radio The demand for Radio operators, al- ready grert, is steadily growing. "Deep within every red-blood- ed young man is the desire to travel" President Roberts said he he had observed. "They want to visit out-of-the-way corners of the world and see new and un- usual sights. As a radio opera- tor on shipboard, young men can gratify this desire in a high-class enjoyab e manner, and earn a good salary all the while. Hun- dreds of our graduates are doing this very thing " The government requires that ships plying in American waters be equipped with radio apparatus and that it be in charge of gov. ernment licensed radio operators Tbis has created a channel of employment that will increas- ingly demand trained men. And land broadcasting stations pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 August 1930

THE BUUX CHEROKEEAM PAGE rrVfc ) 4 *• ) f rersdnal Items "S«jr It Witb Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver; Association. Miss Beulah Allen visited in Dallas, Tuesday. William King of Orange, spent the week end with his* mother, Mrs. John King. Caut hen-McDonald Mr. Clyde Cauthen and Miss Etoise McDonald were married Mrs. Arve Odom, who had been jin f B:00 o'clock, on visiting the A. G. Odoms for ten!the evenin« of Jul-V 16th" days, returned to her home in j The bride is the farming and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McDonald of this city, was born and reared here To The Voters* Fort Worth, Sunday. She was accompanied back by Arve, who came down for the ween end. DROP your watch and DROP into see Wul-DROP. Mesdames A. L. Meredith and Ralph Lang were Tyler visitors, Monday. Miss Erma English of Kennard was a week end guest of her sis- ter. Mrs. C. L. Manning. Mesdames J. ...

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

' ; lilHH T!!t RUSK CHKROKEEAN N ORDINANCE The Clftn Goes Marching On ] this year in California. The decendants of Zachariah Hf !The earliest Holcombs lived Prom thence some eshire, Wales—and to other parts of England at various times. The ancestors of perhaps 98 per cent of the American Hol- combs lived in Devonshire Eng- Records in the Co leee of Arms — and elsewhere indcate that the m . .. . • mj , • . U • iL T Holcomb family is one of the Providing for the Number.njJ of Houses m theTown most ancjent in England. There of Rusk, Texas, and Providing a Method for so Do«|are sixty three different ways ing, and Penalty for Failure to Comply with theiknowu of spelling the .name Provisions Hereof* and Declaring an Emergency t though the generally accepted BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE one is Holcombe or Holcomb. TOWN OF RUSK, TEXAS. AS FOLLOWS: Section 1: That each and every property owner in said town'is hereby j ®nK'ant| required to number his building with the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 August 1930

« * fl* Th e WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Cherokeean WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 19.50 VOLUME Il\ No. 8 Criminal Docket Is Boing Worked Out Considerable progress, that is more than usual, is being ina<le at this term of District Court, in cleaning up the criminal docket The following cases have been disposed of since the last report, up to Thursday mornin*: State vs. J. W. Bothwell, oa a charge of assault to murder, plea of not guilty. Verdict, of simple assault, with $25 00 tine. State vs C. H. Weaver, charge of sale of intoxicating liquor plea of not guity, trial by jury, with a verdict of not guilty. State vs. Waiter Pope, charge of murder, growing out of the killing of Grant Brooks, at Mt. Selman, in August 1925. Jury returned verdict of guilty, and assessed tiveyear penalty. This was the third trial, the lirst re- sulting in a Ivung j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 August 1930

" * ■ !ew Motor Oil b "Univwrity Tested* sts Preliminary to placing is new motor oil on the market; The Texas Company arranged what is believed to be a most unusual road test. It was honducted en- tirely by university professors- Tne test was arranged in order to get an absolutely independent and unbiased opinion on what the new Texaco Motor Oil would do in the engine under every possib e con- dition. At 8:30 o'clock on the morning of April 8th, 1930, thirteen stock cars representing eleven of the most popular makes, including practically all types of automobile engines, left Lawrence, Kansas, the approximate geographic cen- ter of the United States, bound for distant universities in Florida, North Carolina. Maryland, Geor- gia, Maine, Oregon, Arizona, Massachusetts, New York, Cali- fornia, Washington and Montana. Each car had been filled with a weighed quantity of the oil under test and the crankcase, oil filter, engine head and entire lubricating system sealed. The cars were route...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 August 1930

THE RUSK CHEROKEE AW PACK TUHKt r 4 * C % f } The Rusk Cherokeean A. weekly newspa&r p Friday morning * R County, Texas. ublished every usk, Cherokee H* O. WAItl>, Kililnr ami Publisher I'l'-AHI I.. WAK1), AhhisIn 111 lid. unil Hull. Entered as second-clr^s matter, July 16, 1919. at the postofiice at Rusk, . ox as, 1879. under the Act c{ March 3, If you have ever lived in Mon- tague county you may mavel at the fact that you never run onto any of its former residents. The secret is that they became so ac- customed to skipping over into the Indian Territory that they do not know |there is anywhere else to go. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months .76 Three Month*. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he snaicea his prayer: [ gram him a white 3an s place on earth, If his game ig on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him ■ rccte; 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 August 1930

WHEN CHILDREN Need a Laxative "W« have used Thedford's Black- Draught in our family for nineteen year*. 1 have found it of great help in raising my family. "I have given it to all six of my chil- dren. Whenever they complain of upset stomach, or begin to look pale and sickly, I make a tea of Black-Draught and begin giving it to them. In a day or two they are all right I give, it to them for con- stipation, and my husband and I both take it I always give it for colds in winter, for I be- lieve a way to prevent them is to keep the system clean." —Mrs. Doshie Terry, 1205 Fourth Avenue, Decatur, Ala. 'WOMEN wko seed a Ionic uU uke CARDUl b uac ever 50 yean. S. A. NORPIAM W. T. NORMAN NORMAN & NORMAN Attorneys-at-Lawi Practice in AH Courts! Office o.ver F.&M.Bank Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas DR- G. C. LOVELACE DENTIST (Otfice over Odom's Drug Store) Office Phone 248 Residence 24 Rusk. Texas .T.H. FLORIST Grrwsr of Plants and Cut Flowers. Funeral Offering...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 August 1930

THE RUSK CHEROKJSEA.N PAGE 2S |V 4 % A ✓ Q. 1. Personal Items "Say It Witk Flow«r«." Say it with oars. Cut flowers, pot plant*, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver;' Association. B. B. Perkins was a visitor in Dallas, Monday. J.R.Harris, of Tyler, was a business visitor here, Monday. Miss Rosalind Wightman, re- turned Saturday, from a visit in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stovall spent Sunday in Palestine. Mrs. Ida McNally, of Jackson- ville, was the nuest of Mrs. Pra- zier Guinn, Tuesday. Mrs. J. C. Looney, of Tyler, is visiting relatives in Rusk. J. D. (Pete) Williams made a trip to Dallas, Sunday. ■las I- Perkins spent the week end in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith are visiting in South Texas and New Mexico. Mrs. G. F. Sales is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lovelace, in Nac- ogdoches. Dr. Evan Huston and family, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huston, of Alto were Sunday visitors in the Huston...

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

•mm*m CHBROKEEAN «^^l4 gSPV f ■■■: , : Vjf ■ . ...'^ '', • ' —T — mm :ifv ■s ■ ;c«- fr ^Meeting the Needs of Millions of Pieopie Tha low-priced automobile hat brought greater opportunity and added hours of recreation to millioni of men and women. BECAUSE the automobile is such an im- portant factor in the lives and pros- perity of so many people, the purpose of the Ford Motor Company is something more than the mere manufacture of a motor car. There is no service in simply setting up a machine or a plant and letting it turn out goods. The service extends into every detail of the business — design, production, the wages paid and the sell- ing price. Al! are a part of the plan. The Ford Motor Company looks upon itself as charged with making an auto- mobile that will meet the needs of millions of people and to provide it at a low price. That is its mission. That is its duty and its obligation to the public. The search for better ways of doing things is never-ending. There is cease- less...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 August 1930

I Rusk b V t * WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 19.10 VOLUME 12. No. <> Federal Farm'Relief j District Court Bury Cotton fleeting I On Big Damage Suit There will be a meeting held at Rusk, Wednesday, August -Oth, at 2:30 p. m., of ali the farmers and business men who are inter- ested in obtaining the benefits of the Federal Farm Relief Prog- ram for the 1930 cotton crop. L. E Winters, representative of the Federal Farm Board will address the assemblage, and ex- plain the plan for the 1930 crop. The meeting will probably be held in the Astor Theatre. If you are interested come to town and yon can tind the meet- ing place. Mr. Winters will also hold a meeting at Reklaw, jon Tuesday night, land at Aito, Wednesday night at 8:00 o'clock. H. H. Pfarr Named On Tech College Faculty. In the list of the new members of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 August 1930

f' 'vv ' Mmm fifd'fc ■ "-• !'I:.:''"■■■ I t- £ I I 1 P if s a ^ *si a> 1. A wet c" is an aioaiized mix- ture of gaso.-.ce vapor in which are suspended drops of raw gasoline. inese drops of nw gasoline torn is uneven mirrcre which re- sists the icnoo of me spirt 5. Result: Destructive crankca«e di- Iehcn. cLicui: kins, slow accelera- tion—i slcggish motor. 1. The 'tf u in J better Texaco va- porizes so readily that it forms a dry ^a>—an active mixture of gaso- line and air. 2. This pure, dry gas responds in- stantly to the action of the spark. 5. Result: Lightning starts, rapid acceleration, smooth action — power! wet gas like a wet windshield SLOWS DOWN DRIVING Driving through traffic with a wet windshield slows you up. You just creep along — barely making progress! Wet gaso- line acts in the very same way! Sluggish, uneven in power, it slows you up — hesitates when instant response is needed — and stalls most unexpectedly! <1 Todav. try Texaco. It forms a dry gas. It yield...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 August 1930

THE RUSE CHEROKEEAA PAGE TM'tKB * ¥ 1 The Rusk Cherokeean announcements \ weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. H* O. WAKD, Editor and Publisher PKABL L V^ Kl), AMfiialant K<l. mid Pul . RUN-OFF PRIMARY, AUGUST 23rd For Sheriff: RICHARD R GRAY E. C. (Dred) MARTIN GRATEFUL LADY PAYS TRIBUTE TO NEW KONJOLA Entered as second-clww matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoSice at Rusk, ■'exh.s, under the Act ci March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Montht .76 Three Months .40 Now (Jiving This New And Different Medicine to Her Children—Read iler Statement OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he maKes 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." Jim Ferguson thinks Sterling is :n with a b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 August 1930

u '! 1 11 i | if "I am said Black- w Draught aa a family for a good | many years," aaya Mrs. Bailie Laughrun, of Hontdale, N. C. 1 have found it an ex- cellent remedy for constipation and the troubles that follow It I have suffered frequently from gas pt , and when I am bothered that way I begin at mm to take Black-Draught Belief follows quickly. "I give Black-Draught to the children when they are con- stipated, and it is not long ^ they are running around Thousands of others have r©" ported good results from the use of this purely vegetabls medicine. Insist ctn the ge «h<« Thedford's for C0NSTIFAT10R, IHDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS I Womb ^ i wh« need a tonic should CUbdui. Used over 50 years. take S. A. NORMAN W. T. NORMAN NORMAN & NORMAN Attorneys-at-Law Practice in AH Courts^ Office over F. &M.Bank Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTIC Health Service Rusk Texas DR- G. C. LOVELACE DENTIST (Office over Odom's Drug Store) Office Pbonc 248 Residence 24 Rusk. Texas MRS. I. H. SINCLEIMtY ....

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