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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

*/• *JS ■Hre^nl ! THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN la ia m i" P- Dyspepsia Soon Disappear* When You Take TANLAC 25,000,000 Bottle* Sold Ask Your Dealer lor I JLxcejjlC) ■ n **** RUD0CRLI9S OUSPENDERC) Year's Wear Guaranteed Alwayn com- J3ET _ NyWsyWtict'lo 5o p#nd r*-75« M«r/ G«rt*r -50< UA*VKMM'OrtdrM Hoj^3upp«tt f*2V U^-H'Csrs^t'Swr^" I HosiSupporWk KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good kind" ^7rij it—and you will know icliy Keep Stomach and Bowels Right By saving baby the harmleHS, purely ▼•getabie, infanta' and children's regulator. MRIWJKSIDW'J SYRUP brings astonishing, gratifying results in making bahy'n stomach digest food and bowels move as thc-y should ut teething time. Guaranteed free from narcotics, opi- ates, alcohol and all harmful ingredi- ents. Safe and satisfactory. \At Alt j Drug silt* EASTER FLOWERS Dear blossoms, once again you come Your story to repeat, Too often, dears, you cannot bring The Easter message sweet Of beauty springing ever new From lose, and grief, and gl...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

V - v- "When you make your visits to Rusk there is one point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY TO EAT at Bauer's. We serve Regular Meals. Merchants Lunches, Short Orders, and at this season of the year OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. C. & W. BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. m ZML. EASY C. E. JAY East Side Square TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good ideaffor you to do likewise. The Grocer : RUSK, TEXAS the be I am still selling .Meats and Groceries. Right now at the beginning of the new year we want to extend to all you people an expression of our thanks for the liberal patronage accorded to vis dur- ing the time we have been in business. Marvin Troublefield Phone We Deliver Promptly ac I'JDDC. •r- 1 NOW O...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

cv7'' The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 BRUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922 NO. 41 MM L Building Cane Syrup Organization. The organization of the East Texas ribbon cane growers for standardizing and marketing their syrup is reaching definite form, according to Charles E. Baughman, State Commissioner of Markets and Warehouses, which Department, since last December, has led the way in a general publicity oampaign over the cane growing belt that has deeply interested the cane grow- ers, as well as the farm organiza- tions and state and federal de- partments related thereto. W. W. Sanders, Chief Clerk of the Department, has just return- ed from Lufkin where he attend- ed a meeting of the committee heretofore selected at a meeting of the ribbon cane growers held at Jacksonville. This committee To the Public: The Commissioners Court of Cherokee county has been re- ceiving petitions from some of the citizens of the county urging the Commissioners to refuse to longer use any of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

iS® V -1 ' ; r A',-y- 888 v,.-^ afwwP^j1 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN MM &mK r" : r £ ! BLANTON WANTS AN INQUIRY MADE ASK8 INVESTIGATION OF USE OF STATIONERY FUND BY CON- GRESS MEMBERS. IS FIGHTING ' PETTY GRAFT" Refers to Spirited Session of Friday and Sumners' Statement That He Had Lied. Washington.—There was no indica- tion what action the House of Repre- sentatives would take upon the resolu- tion of Representative Blanton for in- vestigation by the House of certain practices in the use of stationery al- lowances to the members of Congress, and other matters which he asserts, he has dealt with in speeches on the floor. The resolution was introduced liy the Texas member Saturday after- noon, 'but its presence in the routine business of the House was not dis- covered until Monday. The resolution was referred to the House Rules Committee. In tbe preamble to the resolution Mr. Blanton sets out certain remarks he made on the floor of the House which led to the spirited session of last Fri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

'"-r THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I ff.1'- y-*>- le* Mi ltd oft B(phTarkin^ton -o Illustrations buy > _r* iflrWiN AVyerS, ^ 'Za^c. 4 (fl 5 < Copyi'iqht by Doubit'day, Paije & Company. £= "PEACH OF A PUNCH." Synopsis.—With his grandfather, small Kumsey Milholland is wuu'li- iilm Hie "Dbcorution iJay I'arade" iri tiie home town-. The u.d ^entle- mun. a veteran of tile Civil war, endeavors to impress 111.- young- ster witii the slunilirunue of the great conihct, and many years aft- erward tiie boy was to remember his words with startling vividness In the schoolroom, a few years afterward, ltamsey is not distin- guished for remarkable ability, though his pronounced dislikes are arithmetic, "Recitations" and <Jer- man. In sharp contrast to iUm- sey's backwardness Is the precocity of little Dora Yocuin, a young lady whom In his bitterness he denoml- hates "Teaciier's Pet." In lilgli school, where he and I lora are classmates. ltamsey continues to feel that the girl delights to mani...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

V V' 0 m' Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Uusk. Cherokee C ounty, Texas W. L~ MARTIN Editor and aPublisher OFFICE PUONE 3 10 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - * $1.50 Six Mouths - - Three Mouths - - 40 This paper stops at expiration of subs' tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered us second-class nr.nui .fill} 919. at the postofficeat UiisU. Tex is. > he Act of March 3. 1870. i Matter Intended for publication -hunt signeJ. Address matter for the newsp The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas rip- in. I be uper ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. For Congressman, Seond Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM JOE G. SUMMERS For County Judge: J. J. BOLTON FRANK| B. GUINN For County Attorney: M. C. (Jake) CHILES For Clerk of Di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

The Editor, He Knows. Boys' County Agricultural Short Course. "3* You may talk about your combination men who have to know Just a little bit of everything, and so forth, so and so, Talk of walking cyclopedias and compendiuuis and such And perambulating dictionaries brimming full of much That may seem to be quite useless, never needed—not a whit— But the man who makes the papers, he must know it every bit. For there's never any telling when the queerest, oddest fact Will be needed on the minute for a "story"; if he lacked Just that scrap of knowledge wanted then his "copy" would be shy And perhaps he learned it in the vanished years now long gone by. Who was mayor back in Eighties? What's the distance to the moon? When will Wednesday come again upon the twenty-third of June? Who's the consul now at Zurich? What's the capital of Maine? What's the law on shooting quail and what's the safest sign of rain? When the next association meets and where it met a year ago? Who were winners of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

t m Here's Tom Mix in His Latest. wtaiAH tsma From in Cowboy to Millionaire Just Ten Years. Ten years ago a poor cow- puncher. Today, a millionaire - that's Tom Mix. No romance of motion pictures is more colorful than the success that has crowned the life of the intrepid Fox star. Many stories haVe been writ- ten about this famous screen per- sonage, but exactly how he came ,o leave a Texas ranch and go in- • o pictures was told by him for ihe first time in his visit to New York recently. One day about ten years ago, according to Tom, he was sitting on a corral fence down in the Taxas Panhandle with some, of '.he other boys, when a wagon load of folks drove up. He notic-. nege marketg ed a man with a funny-looking box on a tripod and asked what It was. Someone told him these were motion picture people. "Motion pictures," replied Tom. "What are you tryin' to Man Asks and God Answers Ques- tions on the Bible. Who Is Its Author? Rom. 8:1,2: What advan tage then hath the Jew? Much every...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

. $$$& & % WM iter Party. '• mm Society and Clubs JKCrs. W. L. SkCartin, Editor, Phone 69 Beall entertained the Merry Matrons at her homo on the west side last Thursday afternoon. Dogwood blossoms were used for decorations. Ta- bles were arranged for sixteen players of the club game 42. High score was made by Mrs. Forrest Reagan who was given an Easter lily, low score by Mrs. Bill Phillips who received an Easter duck. After the games Mrs. Beall invited her gu sts to the pasture where a delicious picnic lunch was served on a ta- ble under the trees. Place cards were there for each guest and Easier chickens and eggs were | the favors. Those enjoying this! delightful hospitality were Mes- Gregg, Chas. Guinn, G. H. Hold- er, Clyde Priest, Ed Summers, Charles Thompson, W. J. John- son, T. E. Tabb. James Perkins, Jr., O. S. Beall, Carl Sherman, Robert Hatchett, Forrest Rea- gan, Harmon Stevens, Mack Priest, Charles Kerr, Rogers Ray, Ralph Ling. Ernest Wel- don, T. H. Cobble, Will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN H®; 1 litm- >imni Why Men Take Mastin'S Yeast Vitamon Tablets — To Clear The Skin and Put On Firm Flesh Etsy and Economical Results Quick Of what uis are fine features with an ugly, mottled skin, flabby flesh, sunken cheeks, pouches under the eyes, or a careworn, sickly-looking face? If you want to quickly clear your skin and complexion, put some firm, healthy flesh on your hones, increase your nerve force and power and look and feel far better, simply try taking two of MASTIN'S tiny yea-t VITA- MON TABLETS with each meal and watch the results. MASTIN'S VITAMON TABLETS contain not only the purest form of concentrated yeast vitamines, but all three vitamines scientifically com- bined with specially prepared organic iron for your blood, the necessary lime salts and other true vitalizing brain, bone and tissue making ele- ments which Nature provides to pro- duce real "stay-there" flesh, clear skin and increase energy. Under their purifying influence, many embarra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

ISP M£ '' ■ - I I ■ A life |ilC- :>« bN'9 ■><> w - lch«. J and ■irod, Tvear lion's It. Ithat rrom ■ever ITen- hplng ■ually linen, |tiver> lit lie Irahle iC- ;c- to irk ng with oard i1.4.' . ;. ■■ f . " ' \'7h3x*,T >..." ■ y w-' . > ■ ,-^r -p f*'---, *•;••'*> THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■t 1 V I Daddy's Mvei\ii\& Fairy Tale #y GRAHAM BOMNER. II vtVlttM NCWVAfll UNiON '■ THE POPPIES "Hello. Red I'oppy," said the I'ink Poppy, "and how arc you?" "Handsome." said the Ited I'oppy, "and feeling very guy and happy, for I am going to he so beautiful while 1 nin here. I am not going to waste my time in giving my sweetness to the air. I'm not going to bother about rare perfume. I'm simply going to be beautiful. "That Is aJI 1 inn going to be," said the I'ink I'oppy. "I do not care to be anything else but beautiful." "The way 1 feel about It." said the While I'oppy. "1 am wearing this lovely simple frock, but you know Ikiw simple things are very beautiful and fine." "We know...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 April 1922

•>-. .< v lite ' m- Kf, It ; •;£'/~v"V?H''V "'i • ====^^^==== = idttyoa make your visits Lo Rusk there is one point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY TO EAT ^^— at Bauer's. We serve Regular Meals. Merchants Lunches, Short C tiers, and at this season of the year OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. C. & w. BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. EASY TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good" idea* for you to do likewise. C. E. JAY East Side Square The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS e# Movie; on F.~per? Have you a motion picture, shov in. your home? News that lias just reached the film colony regarding a new in- vention indicates that the projec- tion machine will soon be a? commonplace as the phonograph,: the piano, and even th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

. *Jjp . > * I s il Jar lail }ur lite pee pn- run Ine ful iwn r a ay? is ver big on tur- be ntry The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922 Guinn-Cummings. On the afternoon of Saturday, April 15th, the home of Judge and Mrs. L. D. Guinn was the scene of a very pretty home wed ding, when their oldest daughter Gavnelle became the bride of Mr. Pat Cummings of Port Ar- thur, Texas. For the occasion the home was indeed lovely in its simplicity of decoration; green vines intertwined with sweet white roses. Promptly at 4.30 Mrs. Guy Guinn sang "I Love You", accompanied on the piano by Mrs. L. U. Guinn, mother of the bri' e. Mrs. L. D. Guinn then played Lohengren's wed- ding march. The groom entered with his best man, Mr. Guy Guinn, after which the fairy-like fiowergirl. little Allen Guinn, To the Public: The Commissioners Court of Cherokee county has been receiv ing petitions from some of the citizens of the county urging the Commissioners to refuse ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

; I I s>&m -V'{ B: ®piiS mix - r it THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN MANY INJURED IN STORM. AND FLOOD PARTS OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI AND INDIANA IS LAID WASTE. ROODS TAKING HEAVY TOLL Series of Tornadoes Leaves Ruin In Their Paths and Appeal Is Made to Red Cross Chicago, 111.—Thirty-two persons are known to have jeen killed, 209 injured, many seriously, and property and crop loss will reach far into the millions, in less than forty-eight hours of floods and 'tornadoes in three Middle Western States. Southern Illinois, Southern Indiana and Eastern Missouri Monday night | ■were an area of mad waters, wreck- age and chaos. Levees north and south cf Cairo, 111., were straining and threatening and hundreds were in a inad exodus to escape the apparent peril. Beardstown, a veritable island, still reported no loss of life, but efforts to reach the city were fruitless. A late report came from Hedriek, Ind , by way of La Fayette, and said ithat at least ten were dead and 100 injured bv a terrific elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

tu el lift!. |uu II a n- |int- vttft |ak« ton* ■ hit# tlK ■grn- rium nt of Ictf.ryi _ nedy, |l and nd of i pel- |r «n- sue- harm- ■ mmf If you Id for j M. I>. Olcla. • vory 1 nee<| ngn of ri cV« t •d and ** Hry. >fcM to nvlnr« Anno- tiding, 922. THE RUSK CHEKOKEEAN ££llllltlillllllll||||||||||||IUIIIIIIIII||||||||llll!lllllllflNIIIIIIIIIIIIII illllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll I III IIIIIIII1II111111<1<111<WIIIIH; l= I Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Douhletlay, Page S Company MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuin RAMSEY J" « Synopsis.—With his grandfather, small Kam.sey Milholland is watch- ing the "Decoration Day Parade" In the home town. The old gentle- man, a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to impress the young- ster with the significance of the great conflict, and many years aft- erward the boy was to remember ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

V$; ' teean weekly uewspaper publlabed evury Friday morning at Husk. OberoUee Oouuty, Tuxus Wm, W. U MARTIN Editor anduPubllehep >-l - SU USOHIPTION RATES One Year - - SI-50 Six Mouths - - Three Moulin, - - .40 This paper stops at- expiration of Mills' tlon. No paper "forced" on aiiv.'tii'. Entered as second-class nintu-r .Inly l<>. #19, at the post-office at ltu-i:. Tex .v.. 1-- ■ he Act of March !t. 1KV-I. t Matter intended for publication -liouHi !«' algned. Address matter fortlin new simper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. Iron Hill News Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cawthorn have moved to their home near Shady Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, Mr. Charlie and Miss . T . „ t 13 in.jAro thousand dollars a yean* but only Lois Cawthorn of Ponta have ' \ , inf. thp hmtsp Mr. r,*w- a few are worth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

•' •v,r^ I ? Miss Louise Foreman traveling secretary for the Baptist Student department of the colleges was in Rusk the greater portion of last week and this prosecuting her work in Rusk College. She participated in the High School Conference held there last week and reported that a large num- ber of students from Rusk and outside towns were present. Among the towns represented she mentioned Lufkin, Jackson- ville, Alto, Tyler, Henderson, Nacogdoches. The College band was one of the entertainment fea- tures for Saturday. The Brunswick Shipping Asso- ciation of Morrill, Texas, are making arrangements for install- ing a complete receiving and send- ing radio equipment for the pur- pose of receiving market reports and the same will be in operation in time for the tomato and iruit movement this season.—Jackson- ville Progress. What's the Use. Do you think I shall live until I'm ninety, doctor? How old are you now? Forty. Do you drink, gamble, smoke or have any vices of any kind? No, I d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

wmm ^ y H ,!- m "Soy, fellow*, look at the , big chief. Say* he can't break away till he fin- iihee hit Kellogg'* Corn Hake*! Cue** he know* good thing*, aw' right!" TOASTB Mighty appetizing to open the day with Kelloggs Com Flakes Those big, sunny-brown "sweet-hearts-of-tlie-corii" just seem to get things going right, from the littlest "star boarder" to the eldest! For Kellogg's Corn Flakes hit-the-spot as no other cereal ever could; and they are a continuous taste-thrill! Tempting in their appearance, wonderful in supreme flavor and crunchy and crispy to the very last degree, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are really and truly a revelation in good things to eat—for breakfast, for any meal and for between-times nibbles! How all your folks will delight to get Kellogg's; how they'll appreciate Kellogg's crispness. For, Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard to eat! You'll see big and little bowls come back for "some more Kellogg's, Mother, please!" When you order Kellogg's today—insist...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

mr W-WmUrn % \ Society and Clubs «JW> . W. L. JKCartin, Editor, Phone 69 High School Seniors Are Entertain- ed by Sophie*. A very enjoyable party was given at the Lee Guinn home last Friday night when the High School Sophs honored the gradu- ating class. The rooms for the entertainment were artistically decorated. All kinds of contests were diversions of the evening and when refreshments, ice cream and cake were served empty egg shells tied with pink and green, senior class colors, with Soph Seniors, April 24, 1922, written on them were given as favors. It was a very delightful affair. Bachelor Giris. Last Thursday the Bachelor Girls met with Mrs. W. H. Shook. Old Masters of France, England, and Italy were reviewed. A business session was held and it was decided to make the club purely a study club, taking out the social features. The Three Musketeers comes to the Jewel Theatre for two days, Friday and Saturday, April 28 29. Here is one of the select few really big productions of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

' V':-. •Safe-*. ; **'■% IWWfv; -llWPWPP^i-'^A/^-T^ ■•• •:-. ' • " .:i;" W' ■■"'': 'v -"I ;S '--/: ■■• v-. . . ' '.- ? >■: * ' : ■■'-• '■ ' i'/ • - *. T * ' ■-' , - ^ ■ ' \ ^ ' --5 >. t - -, ' ['■ /: < -f-'ltC ■- . '<'>' t, ■ ",. .' • V' • S! •' ' • f'i r t ;'|f ■'' ''% ' W$'' *' '*£ ' s je ?*"<• ■ •■'-■ -■■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ W:' Condensed Austin News MAKE PREPARATION FOR CANNING BEFORE FRUITS BEGIN TO RIPEN F. Ij. Folbre of San Antonio was elected auditor of the State prison system, vice C. H. Arnold, who was not au applicant for reappointment. * * * There will be no decision by the Attorney General in the settlement of the railroad rata caBo until Attorney General Keeling returns from Wash- ington, which will be the latter part of the month. > * * Railroad Commissioner Earl B. May- field has certified his name to State Chairman Frank C. Davis at San Antouio for position on the official primary election ballot as a candi- date for tha Uniter States Senate. ...

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