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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 September 1930

a) THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE VTTm Personal Items "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowery pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLO RIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Its a real sale that is going 0n at White's. Mrs. Don Jackson, of Garrison was a Rusk visitor Wednesday. W. VV. Williams and Ray Odoiri spent Sunday in Garrison. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Norman went to Dallas, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Isgatewere visitors in Tyler, Tuesday. Mrs. Lynne Rucker returned Saturday, from Waco, where she had been visiting her son Collier Mesdames Bryan and T. J. Stovall, Jr., were Jacksonville vis ito rs Th u rsday. Misses Zula Holcomb and Lois Pryor are visiting in the home of John Holcomb, in Alto this week Miss Callie Walker of D.ilias, •is visiting in the home of Judge Bolton. T. D. Blakeney, of Kennard, was a week end guest of Mrs. L. O. Slayden. Mrs. Tom Dillworth and son, of Dallas, are visiting her father C. E. Jay. Mrs. R. H. Sublett spent Mon-...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 September 1930

ft RRHBjp^^RRR i THE RUSK CHBROKEE.'.N Thanks the Voters To the Voters of Cherokee: I want to thank you for the splendid vote given me in re-elec- ting me as your sheriff. I inter, pret your action as an approva by you of my administration ofl the affairs of the sheriff's office and an expression of your confi- dence in my ability to render effi" cient service for the ensuing two years. It will be ray purpose to put forth every effort to secure 1 a w enforcement in Cherokee county and be worthy of your confidence. It is impossible for your officers to enforce the law without the whole-hearted co-op- eration of the peoDle, and with this in view, I earnestly solicit the aid and assistance of every law abiding citizen In the county. I am, Your servant' RICHARD R. GRAY. Rusk Boy Scouts Enjoy Big Picnic Mother Call* Her Son to Dinner by Radio St. Louis, Mo.—"Short wave radio station DUD broadcasting. Why don't you hurry home, Wells? Dinner has been ready 15 minutes and the pota- toes are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. KVSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, S EFT KM HER 12. 1930 VOLUME 12, No. f.'t Real Wiping Up Of The Criminal Docket. Commissioner's Court In Real Busy Session County Judge Bolton and Coun- ty Attorney Stone had their high pressure c othes on Tuesday and the way they went through that The regular monthly session of the Commissioner's Court, held Monday, proved an interesting as weil as important one, and in criminal docket in the County j keeping with its avowed purpose Court would make vou think you to cut down the operating ex- * / were attending a session of "'Old Bailey," in London town. The following cases were dis- posed of in about as many min- utes: State vs. Coleman Tarver; ag- gravated assault. Plea of guilty with tine of $5 and costs. State vs. Mrs. R. L. Baker; rudely disp.aying a pistol. Plea of gu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

TBS RUSE GHIiHOKK r.t>. n IN rapid-fire starting and getaway—in reserve power on the hills—in increased speed and mileage—you have found no superior to Tex* aco Gasoline, the original "dry" gas... Now to this famous "dry" gasoline, Ethyl, the nation- ally known anti-knock compound, has been added. And the result is Texaco-Ethyl, the finest premium anti-knock gasoline you cau buy! Texaco-Ethyl is different from any other pre- mium gasoline you've ever known. It's a "dry Ethyl Gasoline—and here's something to re- member—Because the "dry" gas of Texaco va- porizes instantly it allows a complete and uniform diffusion of Ethyl through the manifold into the cylinders. There's Ethyl Gasoline at its best! HiiiiHiUi lilliii!!!!! i ::r.i J iwiiip l§ Hyflifil C8 .V i, - IP— 1 ;:-it -. _a jfi- ;Vri -Q •) I*; f TEX'ACO i ; * ...Main Headquarters... For Everything in the Way of Gas, Oils, Tires, Tubes, and Automobile Accessories We Specialize in the already justly Celebrated New Ethyl Gasoline...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

•) i i ♦ <e * I L or The Rusk Cherokeean ■v weekly newspaper published every Kriday morning at Rusk, Cherokee "-unty, Texas. One advantage enjoyed by the young wooer of today is that the auto when once parked will stand hitched, but a livery team used to get restiess after the first hour, AGAIN KONJOLA SHOWS WHAT IT CAN ACCOMPLISH II* O. WAKO, Editor uml I'uWisiicr ] especially if it was a cold night. | roinjlientt;an Antonio Man I'KAKI, L U'AllU, AbhiMUul Ed.niull'ub. 1 i,i:tered a.' oteoiui •<:!>.*£ matter, at I undnr t;hc Act i.i March Some one has truthfully said F.njier In Ills 1'raisi- Of io, llJ10, at the postoffiee at ftlj ithat Vou can alwa>'s tel1 which t w Med <'Cif Jllf : exa.s, 1379. SL'BSCltli' f ION KATES. One Year J 1-50 Six Month.. .7B Three Months. . . .40 3, i one in the Ford owns the car—he is the one that no matt r how firmly the door is closed, will be sure to lean over and open and shut it again. our creed A Dallas man's w;i'e hid his I cork leg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

I i w I w. f 1 lew Trial Denied In W. C. Jones Case A motion for a new trial in the case of the State vs W. C. Jones, former cashier of the late First State Bank of Ponta, charging a falsification of the bank accounts, tried earlier in the term and re- sulting in a conviction with a two vear sentence attached, was ar- gued before Judge Bates, in the District Court, Saturday, and it was overruled. A notice of appeal was given and bond fixed at $750.00, which ■was immediately made and ap- proved. Some four or five other cases against the same defendant, and growing out of this failure, were continued for the term. Return From The Markets ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mrs. Prank Coupland and son, Prank Pope, returned Saturday, from a visit with relatives in Dal- las. Misses Grace Stell and Daisy Crysup, of Jacksonville were the week end guests of Miss Eloise Sherman. Mrs. W. H. Shook and children, Miss Virginia and Samuel, have returned to their home in Dallas, after au extended visit here. Pete B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

Personal Items 4 ) 4 o • i t THE RUSK CHEKOKEEAN PACE FTVto "S y It With Flower*." Say it with ours. ■Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLO RIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deliver.' Association. Miss Zelma Mahone is visiting relatives in Corsicana. Jas. I. Perkins, H. J. Cox and| Miss Linda Bonner returned Leo Tosh were in Henderson the i home Monday, from Palo Alto, first of the week. j California, where she had been attending Stanford University. Meet me at the Blue Noon Sand- wich Shop. A. M. Jordan, of Reklaw, was a visitor in ou> city, Monday. Mrs. Pope Guinn visited her parents in Fastrill, Monday. The best Chili in town served at the Blue Noon. Coliier Pucker of Waco, is vis- iting his mother, Mrs. Lynne! Mr. and Mrs. L S. Ross and Pucker. j Mesdames Ed and T. H. Single- ' tary were week end visitors in The nicest assortment of FRUITS Dallas and Ft. Worth. in town at Adams'. ! Miss Grace Smart left Wed- Mr. and Mrs. W. S.' Bonner; nesday, l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

'•. • \ y \ n MBwwsmI MMMBMMIIMWWII'rillliq ——————— Can your wife change a tire? AC 418-D Tires are eap now why not have the EST S^VC LvV 'AC 440-F AC 335-C When you're hurrying to get there— The surest protection is Goodyears all around. Superior in tread and carcass —AS WE CAN PROVE!—they cost you littie if any more. Goodyear enjoys lowest costs and gives greatest values because of building MILLIONS MORE tires than any other company. Our services commences by helping you select the most economical Goodyear for your needs—it continues until you have enjoyed all of your extra miles of troublefree service. Full Oversize Balloons Put on Your Wheels 30x4.50 $6.45 Other sizes at similar savings Big Oversize Cords Put ou Your Wheels Standard 30x4.50.. $8.75 Ask for Special Offer on "New Goodyears All Around" Drive another season with all the freedom from tire trouble that new car buyers enjjoy! Guaranteed Tire Repairing—Estimates Free ■ fc. A WB 1 Authorized Ford Sales and Service IT COS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

SBSIBP 'i'. T**. ' ' - *VJ ■ THE KUUK CHEROKEEAN '■ b '•'-S I is! IliliSBII ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR ONCE AGAIN Through the Month of SEPTEMBER ONLY If you live in or get your mail in Cherokee County, you can get The Rusk Cherokeean One Year for One Dollar It makes no difference when your time expires you can renew for twelve months from date of expiration If not renewed through September, when subscription has expired the paper will be discontinued unless some arrange- ment has been made. SRmH | September the Date $1.00 tht Rate

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 September 1930

I'iii fiv..%■ : '•v¥! p? FOR 6—Big Days—6 AT THE New and Larger East Texas Fair TYLER, SEPT. 15 to 20 FEATURING A MILLION DOLLAR MID-WAY 22 Sh«ws--16 Rides -600 People Sensational Acts—Auditorium Shows FREE GRANDSTAND ACTS An Old Fashioned Country Store Two New Ten Thousand Dollar Buildings Automobiles To Be Given Away A New Ferd aid Chevrolet To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY FREE And A THOUSAND OTHER NEW AND INTER- ESTING FEATURER TO ENTERTAIN YOU DURING YOUR VISIT TO THE LARGEST FAIR IN EAST TEXAS. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND AT LEAST TWO TIMES! New and Larger East Texas Fair Tyler, September 15, 16, 17. 18, 19, 20 R«?R ritz PALE-TINE, TEXAS Thar Frl., September 1112 JOHN BOLES Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra «N "KING OF IJAZZ" Regular Prices Sua—Moa.—Tues.— Wed. September 14-15-16-17 RICHARD BARTHELMESS DOUG FAIRBANKS, JR. DAWN PATROL The Greatest Picture Ever Made of War In the Air! Sensations! Thrills A Plenty! POPULAR PRICES MISS PERKINS HONORED Mil. Cora Moshier, of 001 North New Orleans A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

..i. v The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUIV WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS Kill DA V. S : . T'.M IKI; 39. 3930 VOLUME 32, No. 14 < i $1.00 Its not much, vet it is the very thing that propels the proverbial hmare and keeps the world on the 'move. Most anybody can do without any particular one oi' them, but no one can get very far without some ol' them. Its the price we charge for a years subscription to the "Emblem OI Truth" provided you live, or get your ui<xil in Cherokee county, and the subscription is placed or renewed during the month of September. If it is not worth a dollar it is not worth a darn.or taking out of the post office or mail box. We have never solicited a sub1* scription and never will—we had rather give one gratis than ask for it— but we do appreciate both the do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

W... '::M£ - V ■ ''■> [ ; Im ' Irappiij It's a better PREMIUM i; .. ..MM m\ aft* k-t i;*V3£. 'p#C r : , fWj * M ntifrM mm because wl it's a "dry" ETHYL GASOLINE FCk mn . ' M: XjH* - jj 1} UT ^ 4 W:~im —zfril TEXfoCO Jyl r>v/- We say it V; a better premium because Texaco-Ethyl is a "dry" Ethyl gasoline. And this is the reason...In any premium or Ethyl gasoline the most im- portant thing is the gasoline itself. That's the foundation. Upon the quality of that gasoline depends the efficiency of the premium fuel. The foundation of Texaeo- Ethyl is the new and Iwlter Texaco, the original "dry" gas. That's where the difference begins! Because Texaco is dry it vaporizes readily and completely. That means quick-starting that is quick starting. That means pick-up, power and speed that only Texaco dry gas can give you. With Ethyl added to thin fine gasoline you've got a premium gas that means smooth "knock-less" driving plus everything a gasoline should give you. Drive up today to the Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

., .'l&JSiW.QS&frr---?. ?-a ' vvV,vr. 1 a weekly newspaper ."riday morning at County, Texas. iliatod every .oak, Cherokee n- O. WARD, Editor and Publisher PEABL L. WABU, Auinlant Ed. aud Pub. Our idea dfar^ri game Cjport was the boy who would feign ill- ness to keep from going to school knowing full well th?t his mother was going to give him a dose of castor oil or two compound cath- artic pills. KONJOU VERY MEDICINE THI8 LADY REQUIRED They toll us that parents are Texas, under the Act o« March S, | immune to the annoyance of the *878- i crying and other disturbances of iheir offspring On this theory it She Rejoices Over Wonder Heiief from Indigestion- --Happy to Endorst* New Medicins* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Three Month*. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth. Or the way he naices his prayer: ( grant him a white sian a place on earth, If his game ia on the aquare. If he plays straight, I'll call him If ho cheata, I'll drop him f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

WIW« ■WMMMMWMMM There te a taint suspicion In my that I most be advancing In years; because I see things In the newspapers which remind me of other things which certainly happened far away and long ago. There is, for ex- ample, the death of that great figure in aviation, Glenn H. Curtiss. The first time I ever saw Mr. Curtiss was at Bresccla, northern Italian city at the foot of the Alp's. That was In 1909. • • These college boys of today, who hop into their planes and drive to a polo match, a boat race or a football game, probably don't remember much about such engines as the Anxanl or the Onome, or about such aviators as Delargrange, Paulhan, Rogers Som- mer, Lefevbre, Ferber, Latham, and Fernandez. Yet most of that group gave their lives to aviation before nan's wings had grown so strong. Other great blrdmen of that day are Mill known; because they eventually associated with big companies to which they lent their names. Among these are the Wrights, Santos Dumont, Rally Farman, th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

Personal Items ♦ 4 AV • .A'hi/ " • '"■ -,W'''-.-y: Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Stevens ar.d W. H. Tuclcer were in Hen- deirsop Sunday. "Sajr It Witb Flowart." Say it with curs Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral j designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Deli\ci; Association. Mrs. Mary Pe' kins is visiting iritnds in Mineral Wells. Misses Beulah Allen and Mat- ion Mallard spent Sunday and Monday in Dallas. i Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beall bad j as their guests the first of the I week, Mr. and Mrs. James T. j Perry and daughter, Mrs. Ida ; Brantley and Will Perry, of San j Antonio. Gregg Kurth left Wednesday, for Mexico City. Mrs. Pope Guinn spent Monday in Fastrill, with her parents. B. B. Perkins was a business visitor in Tyler, Monday. Mrs. Alvin Gray of Jackson- ville visited friends here Sunday. J, D. Williams made a business trip to Dallas, the first of this week. Mrs. A. M. Jordan, of Reklaw, spent Saturday here with her daughter, Mrs -J. D. Parnell Mrs. Ida Black sp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

.'I : " ' 'r'v ' '\\ r 1 mampp mpy fe;;Sr •* •■ " ; ■ your change a tire? .:■■ ■ itm- t' AC 418-Q are -*>y' v.* why not have the E § AE 44M? - ■ ' ^ ! AC 396-0 When you're hurrying to get there— The surest protection is Goodyears all around. Superior in tread and carcass -AS WE CAN PROVE!—they cost you little if any more. Goodyear enjoys lowest costs and gives greatest values because of building MILLIONS MORE tires than any other company. Our services commences by helping you select the most economical Goodyear for your needs—it continues until you have enjoyed all of your extra miles of troublefree service. Full Oversize Balloons Put on Your Wheels 30x4.50 $6.45 Other sizes at similar savings Big Oversize Cords Fat ou Your Wheels Standard 30x4.30. $8.73 Ask for Special Offer on "New Goodyears All Around" Drive another season with all the freedom from tire trouble that new car buyers enjoy! Guaranteed Tire Repairing—Estimates Free Parrish, Forrest 8c Williams Authorized Ford Sale...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

1 lllllllllllllfllll ■ Wfm'A ONE DOLLAR ¥ ONCE AGAIN Through the Month of SEPTEMBER ONLY If you live in or get your mail in Cherokee County, you can get The Rusk Cherokeean One Year for One Dollar It makes no difference when your time expires you can renew for twelve months from date of expiration If not renewed through September, when subscription has expired the paper will be discontinued unless some arrange- ment has been made. * > las September the Date $1.00 the Rate | issS llllllllKfll

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 September 1930

_ ALL DRY GOODS AND WORK CLOTHING, In fact, am selling my Entire Stock very cheap. To Close 1 lot Boys' Overalls, sizes 4 to 14 for; a pair < SOc To Close 1 lot Men's Overalls, sizes 32 to 36 for, pair 95c Just Received Car of FLOUR AND FEED Use a Sack of GLADIOLA Flour, and you will find it the Best there is. Priced very cheap. Am also giving more than the market price for cotton on accounts. 1MNSHMM Rational Commission Sees Changing Opinion on Branch Banking Issue—Studies Group and Chain Banks. Volume and cheap seliing expenses makes it possible for to sell at a small progi. Get my prices on all your wants- JOE B. COPELAND East Side Public Square It's Always the Same... Whatever you buy or order from us you can depend upon getting the best of goods and most Attentive Service. Our Sanitary Market Is Our Pride Your Child or Your Phone can do as wel with us as Your Personal Attention. S. W. Corner . M D ri I fC . Same Old Square • A JL* JD* I <1 JI ilJ • Phone 169 Grocery and N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

THE RUSK ^ WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOU RNAL L.— I ~ j/ Originally Established February 27, 1850. „ WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTS RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, S KFTEMBER 2(5, 1930 VOLUME 12, No. 4 Brown Dry Goods Co. Meeting The Conditions f> \ As will be noted from a double page at.verti ement, occupying the cemer section'ot this issue of tbe emblem of truth, the Brown Dry Goods Store of Rusk, is put" I ting on a r"a), appealing sale and one that should arrest the atten- tion ot the trading poblic, show- ing where the real money cm be saved on the necessaries of life. The emblem does not make a practice of calling special atten- tion to its ads, as they should and do speak for tbemseves, and fur- ther, we are getting bv notwith- standing boycots from these for- eign owned *ales specialists; but this promotion and undertaking we know to be legitimate and meritorious; and can tell you ex- actly why: These goods (none of them...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 September 1930

m [ . m of 1500,000^000 in U. S. THE New York.—The rat— mau'o most dangerous and expensive charity—ex- acts an annual toll of $500,0(10,000 yearly in the United States, declares Or. C. V. Akin, surgeon. United States Public Health service. In food In- dustries. Of this sum. Doctor Akin adds, $200,000,000 goes to feed the fiest and the balance, $300,000,000, goes to provide the animal with pack- ages of produce to deface, buildings to cut and msr and surplus materials tB foul. Health authorities and economists, Doctor Akin stutes, regard the rat as the most dangerous anil expensive of the animal pests living at man's ex- pense. Strangely enough, the business Interests that suffer most from the depredations of these semi-savage "house guests" seem least aware of the price they pay for the privilege of running rat sanctuaries, or, in any evient, they do the least to rid them- selves of the financial burden of hous- ing and feeding the ever increasing millions of rats. Enormous Feed Bil...

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