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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

m , ffvi; •- ( toorercometne coughs, cold* and other tarrhftl diseases of wii cftUrrbal diseases ox winter. Restore healthy circulation, throw ont the wastes, tone up the nerves and fight the staftnu tlonofcatarr Then winter, will have no ter- rors. $ t* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN lim li id ber las. t In ;e ir s ■ Flapper Done With Shifters MAKING CACTUS CANDY fAida digestion, re- rgulates the bowels, r clears away all catarr- hal inflammation. It builds up the strength by enabling tho organ a concern- ed to properly do their work. - v. 4J Thousands testify to its value after protracted sickness, m attack of Grip or Spanish In- fluenza. The ideal medicino ill the houBe lor everyday ilia. solo everywhcitc tablets OR liquid She Repudiates Organization Re- puted to Promote Promiscu- ous Flirtation. SUCH A SOCIETY NEEDLESS Mitchell ye f^SOREEYES Great rc*)l«f and aotti «y« fotn/ort for thoaa Afflicted with weak, sore •yea or granulated lids. Uc—A t All IhruQgiMtM^ or by mail from HALL & RU...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 April 1922

— I - - == r„.\< & • $$881 s; Map Sf-: ' iTwrar < m 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. They're Very Popular You know Heinz goods, 57 varieties, as the best of their lines produced anywhere. The standard of Quality is represented when you say "One of the 57." We carry tnese goods and have them for your use cyi any and all occasions. The standard of our store is represented thus: We carry goods of just such high standing as HEINZ and you can rely upon what you order from our store. We handle STONE'S CAKES. Get them fresh from the maker and keep them in their special container in which they retain their goodness and freshness for a long time. See Us for Groceries, Fruits and Produce of Standard Values. C. E. JAY...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

/ WS3...: j R£t Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922 NO. 43 I- ir e e l- n le :ht so to all ie; ian Boy Killed Near Mt. Zion. Tommy Jasper a 12 year old boy was shot and instantly killed by T. R. Whitehurst at the Whitehurst home in Mt. Zion community Wednesday morning about 2 o'clock. The story as we gather it from reliable sources is that the boy had been staying with Whitehurst and wife and assisting the man in his work. That he had been there about a week. They all slept in the same room and that the hoy had gotten up and gone from the house and had not been heard to do so by Whitehurst. That as he returned he was heard and White hurst called several times to know who was there but received no answer. He grabbed his shotgun and as the boy came in the door he shot him, the charge tak- ing effect in the neck and tore a large hole there. He was not seemingly inside the house for when he fell he was outside on the ground. Neighbors were notifie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

m mmh m m m t' '> ^ *< ' « •- _ * * -f " ,' ■ 4 "■ *!; " '; •;. - v = THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN • - ' ' ' •/"• . • •, : A SUMMONS HOME Everything Else She Tried and Failed—But Her Last Trick Won Success. By I ELEANOR PORTER Author of " Pollyanna," " Just David,'" Etc. Copyright by Kleanor H. Porter. J TWT 1(S THADDEUS CLAYTON came •"A softly into (he room ami looked with upprehenslve eyes upou the litt,t old imiu in the rocking chair. "How be ye, dearie? Yer hain't wanted fer nothln', uow, have ye?" she asked. "Not a thin;?, Harriet," he returned cheerily. "I'm feelin' real pert, *o<\ Was there lots there? An' did I'arson Drew say a heap o' tine things?" Mrs. Clayton dropped into a chair find pulled listlessly at the blacV btrings of her bonnet. " "i'was a beautiful fun'ral, Tha(i- tleus—a beautiful fun'ral. I—I 'm >st fished it whs mine." "Harriet!" Sbe nave a shamed-faced laugh. "Well, 1 did—then .leliiel and Han- nah Jane would 'a' come, an' I could ■a' seen em " The horrii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN L. vi If You Need Strength and Reserve Power Take TANLAC The World'* Grealett Tonic J Assets Named. Lawyer (to colored prisoner)—:Well, Has, so you want tue to defend you. Have you any money? Rastus—No, but I'se got a mule and a few chickens and a hog or two. Lawyer—That will do very nicely. Now, let me see, what do they accuse you of stealing? Itastus—Oh, a mule and a few chick- ens and u hog or two.—London Tit- Bits. Will Preserve Historic Fort NEW FEATHER MASK *- Daughters of American Revolu- tion Plan Reconstruction of Famous Fort Crawford. When hypocrisy stacks the cards on vanity somebody's self-conceit is due to get u jar. Being unable to earn a living, nu in- effectual person will annex one. ORIGINAL WAS BUILT IN 1812 J^Pat. Proc< 8^^^ LOOM Products Baby Carnages & Furniture Ask Your Local Dealer Write Now For 32-Page Illustrated Booklet The Llcvd Manufacturing Company (Hey wood-Wakefield Co.) Dept. E Menominee. Michigan (17) PLUG TOBACCO Known as ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

V'"-' V-ftAtfO, mMMm- 19 &, \W *<■ The Ruik Cherokeean T^ ;'Fro-Me ( . .. Coleman Cox wrote a booklet containing hundreds of trite say- A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk. Oherokot' County. Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and iPublleher ■r~"r--- • CITATION BY PUBLICATION. and County of OFFICE I'HONE 3 i e SUBSCRIPTION ItATKS One Year - - SI-5# Six Months - • .75 Three Mouths - - -10 This paper stops at explrullnu of sutwrlp- tlon. No piper "forced" nn -.••lynne. fol- i n i s Entered as second-clas* 919, at the postoffice at U< he Act of March 3. isTO. £ July I .11. u Blatter Intended for j-u . ; ti« •. should be signe j. Address matter for th * newspaper 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. ings and the title of the book was "Tak It From Me." It was chock full of meat. One of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

f - A h I 3 ■ I 1 ^ • •- t| ch id- sh di- of lie. ial CITATION BY PyBLICATlON. The State of Texas and County' of Cherokee. To the Sheriff or any Constable * You are hereby commanded to sum- mon by publication, Mrs. J. B. Smith all persons owning or having or claiming any interest in the fol- lowing described land delinquent to the Town of Rusk, and County of Cherokee, for taxes, to-wit: State of Texas, County of Cherokee. No. 180., In the District Court of Cherokee County, Texas, Second Judicial District. To the Honorable L. D. Guinn, Judge of said Court. 1st. Now conies the Town of Rusk, Texas, hereinafter styled plaintiff, represented herein by the Town's attorney of said Town of Rusk, Texas, complaining of Mrs. J. B. Smith, who owned the real estate hereinafter described at the time, and to whom and against whom the taxes hereinafter scheduled were listed, levied and assess^, com- plaining of Mrs. J. B. Smith, the the present owner of said estate, of the said real estate, and com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

"Say, fMou>$, look at the big chief. Say* ho can't break away till ha fin- tehee hit Kelloggfa Corn Flakaa! Cutu he know good t hinge, aw' right!" TOASTO Mighty appetizing ,, to open the day with Kelloggs Com Flakes Those big, sunny-brown "sweet-hearts-of-the-corn" 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!" toasted corn FIAKE? wnujwgjSesgSgg L When you order ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

'y ': ¥$mk ■ •mm Society and Clubs Mrs. IV. L. •JiT.artln, Editor, Phone 99 Annual Picnic. The Bachelor Girls Study Ciub Marion Sloan was expected home Sunday to spend a day or so with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sloan, but he did not come and in stead tliey received a letter a little later stating that he underwent an operation on his nose Saturday for the removal of a bony growth which was caus- held its annual picnic Saturday afternoon out on the Atoy road. The f;fternooon was beautiful and all nature was fresh and de- lightful for an affair of this kind. A delicious picnic lunch was en- joyed. Those present were Mes-1. ,. dames W. H. Shook, Mack Priest,! 'n8 h,m " «"* <ie"1 d,!cTh- W. J. Johnson, Tom Frazer, Ray-! "re' "i" , (,ook„tw0 mond Vermillion, Charles Kerr I and was suocesaful. He is Earl Wilkerson, .I.E. Wijhtroan, ^ rem,aln Frank Guino, Misses May Smith!' Da'"" "nul ,ully <" >«*• Lucretia Morrow, Mary D. Shear-1 A 1,arl>' was fiven at the home on of Lon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

srai^:W^ ;.*S> WV '•■IPt if« THE RUSK CHEROKBEAN EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST important news of the en- tire week reduced for susy readers foreign— Martial law has been declared at Damascus as a result of violent anti- iFrench outbreaks, according to de- layed messages from Damascus. Pub- lic meetings are said to have been forbidden. —o— The Prince of Wales concluded hit* official visit to Tokio by playing a game of golf against Crown Prince Hirohito, the regent. The British heir apparently will now start on a tour of tbe country districts. —o— Gen. Baron Peter Wrangel, a Rus- sian anti-Bolshevik leader, has been denied permission to visit Bulgaria. The Government fears that his com- ing might excite hostile manifesta- tions. —o— A rush of matrimonial business at the local mairie at Li le on Sat- urday .broke all records for any town of this size in France. In the space of four hours 120 civil wed- ding ceremonies were performed. The allied reparations commission, has ask...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

rh^m) THE RUSK CHBROKEEAN gllllllllllllriilllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllliliillillllliiiillivililllllliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis Id la fn v Ji- ll s? Jlf J><! I |>ii It. fy- I lit |iy |('D ler ■be Ihe In- Ins Id JT* |ns |i--1 Ich lat Ind |iy |o.. |fll r.n I a J |y? Jr. lll- oil 1X0 hy is Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubleday, Page 6 Company •; ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuMiiiiiiiiiii CHAPTER IX—Continued. —11— Most uncomfortably astonished, llamsey took his liumls out of his pock- ets, pickotl a leaf from a lilac bush be- side the path, and put the stem of the leaf seriously Into a corner of his mouth, before finding anything to say. "Well—well, all right," be finally re- sponded. "I'll tell yon—if It's any- thing I know about." "You know about It." said Dora. ""That Is. you eertaiidy do if you were «t your 'frat' meeting last night, j Were you?" "Yes, I was...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 April 1922

y ! '< . fr'" ; *•" '*• . ; ' V'.i'T- '• :.V" ' V" Jpw?' "§p • mm** S 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. They're Very Popular You know Heinz goods, 57 varieties, as the best of their lines produced anywhere. The standard of quality is represented when you >:■>' "One of the 57." We carry these goods and 3ve then for your use on any and all occasions. t;,, *;;vnrtrd of our store is represented thus: We carry of such high standing as HEINZ and you can rely ~v or. wfca: you order from our store. We handle STONE'S CAKES. Get them fresh from ■ -e maker and '^eep them in their special container in which triev"retain their goodness and freshness for a long time. See Us tor G oceries. Fruits and Produce of Standard Valu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

K . he Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1922 F. P. Marshall for District Attorney. To the Voters of the Second Ju- dicial District: I hereby announce as a 'candi- date for district attorney of the second judicial district, subject to the action of the democratic primaries. Two years ago I was a candi- date for this office, carried Nac- ogdoches county, but lost the nomination by*less than two hun- dred and fifty votes in the dis- trict. The failure to secure the nomination was a surprise and a Gethsemane at the time, but I accepted the judgment of the voters without complaint. I con- ducted a clean campaign and learned many people of the three counties whose acquaintance I appreciate and consider invalua- ble. I am still grateful for every vote I then received and have no unkind feeling for those who did not vote for me. I am fifty eight years o 1 d, strong physically and mentally, \ and more capable of filling the office of district attorney than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

?&\:Ji'r ■ - r. THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN m§I INIFUL FOR (LITTLE CHILD Mrs. Mertz Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her Kutztown, Pa.—"I wish every woman 'egeta- table Compound. It has done so much for who wsau children would try Lydia El Pinkham's Vi me. My baby is al- most a Tear oU now and is tne picture of I. Mitchell mm* or ether Irritation, b WA TbeoldslmplereaMdy & / v2 that brings tonftrf ^7 151 I V# S*s 0ui<Lr*49iUivrt*V9^a ** - HALL * Rucm. be. 147 Pka. IU« Tadl Far SORE EYES HtrAlj anybody groans there in nobody to listen. Look fee Name "Bayer" on «h Ms, Then You Need Never Worry. A NEW ENGLAND IDOL They Had Something to Sell; He Had the Price—But There Was No Deal Made After All n health. She walked at eleven months and is trying to use bet little tongue. She can say some words real nice. I am send- ing you her picture. 1 shall be thankful as long as I live that I found such a won- derful medicine for my troubles."—Mrs. Chahlbs A. Mertz, Kutztow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

'-'7* i m WFW = THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN JMMED PAPER DRESS FORMS WILL ASSIST RURAL WOMAN IN SEWING ' * • ; : . -'•V , : .J m a; iviaKing a rapei urcn run... (Prepared by the I'nlted StfUea r>*partinont of Agriculture.) Women In every part of the country who have heard of the gummed paper dress forms have been eager for direc- tions for making them. This form litis been very extensively introduced by home demonstration agents of the United Prates Department of Agricul- ture tir.d the state agricultural col- leges, as a part of the general exten- sion program relating to clothing to assist the rural woman with her sow- ing problems. So many requests for further Information on the subject have reached the department that De- partment Circular "n7. The I'aper Dress Form, lias been prepared and may be had upon request to the De- partment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Gummed Paper Pasted On. The foundation of the form Is a NEW WAY TO REMOVE STAINS ON LEATHER Gasoline or Other Grease Sol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

IMieMPmfliraffli ■ Friday Busk. Cherokee Uounty. Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor ondiPubllaher OFFICE PHONE I * llg % ftv I SUBSCRIPTION HATES Oue Year - - $I.M Six Months - - Three Months - - 40 This paper stops at expiration of suts *Hi tion. No paper "forced" 011 anyone. Entered as ttSQOUd-class miUvr .* Iy 919, at the postoffioe at Ku>k. Tvxa?-. ui he Act of March 3. 1H70. i .. in Business. A country wide investigation of employment conditions to get information as to the type of help in greatest demand showed the following results: 1338 of 2445 advertisements for help specified a business training, and 524 of the remaining 1107 advertise- ments were for positions that of fice assistants grow into. other profession can claim one- fifth as great a demand. In fact this proves that there is a great- er demand for business training than for all other trades and pro-' fessions; the average income of a lavvye. is $1500, of a doctor — I $1800, others in proportion, while We are authorized...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

=s- I - Our New Hats Are In We invite you to step in and see the handsome new shapes and wonderful new colors which includes lip-stick red, canna, fuschia, periwinkle blue. We coll your attenion especially to the new line of shadow- hem petticoats we are showing. We have many new novel- ties, embroidery packages, fancy towels, handkerchiefs, caps, blouses, etc. A well selected line adapted to the needs of our people. me GIFT SHOP, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. WE GREET YOU We have purchased the MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY from Marvin Troublefield and hope to receive a continuation of your patronage. OUR MEATS will be the best obtainable and in as large variety as we can dispose of. GRGCERIES will be of the same high standard. Come In and Get Acquainted. We Will Treat You Square. MURDOCK & ELLIS Phone 169 We Are Prompt Editor of the Cherokeean: This is an account of what we saw from "close range" last Sat- urday nite. Out on the mountain near the the Bagley school house (or chapel) we saw a fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

I I I I I ' • ' . •" • .. <?v'- - '■ • JL II' II I, I II,I CITATION BY PUBLICATION. State of Texas and County of Cherokee. TTo the Sheriff or any Constable' sr«u are hereby commanded to sum- KMn by publication W. G. Carlton and «tH persons owning or having sar claiming any interest in the fol Jsnsting described land delinquent to Oke Town of Rusk, and County of Cfcerokee, for taxes, to-wit: Slate of Texas, County of Cherokee. ^ "No. 181." In the District Court of ' Cfcerokee County, Texas, Second Judicial District. To the Honorable L. D. Guinn,' lodge of said Court. 1st. Now conies the Town of linsk, Texas, hereinafter styled | plaintiff, represented herein by the Town's attorney of said Town of Rusk, Texas, complaining of VT. G. Carlto/n, who owned the ifeai estate hereinafter described at the time, and to whom and against whom the taxes hereinafter scheduled %'ere listed, levied and assessed, com- plaining of W. G. Carlton, the the present owner of said estate, of 'he said real...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

way*- "■'■■■• ■■ ■ -=== %•- —— ■ Hp- Society and Clubs v\Cn. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 rt. Loyd Rose Showered Thurs- day Afternoon The Lang hotel was very ar- tistically arranged last Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Reba Mar- tin, Mrs. Ralph Lang and Miss Vera Williamson entertai ed with a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Loyd Rose, the daughter of Mr. 13. A. Murphy and a brit'e of the week. As the guests arrived Miss Linda Bonner took 1 h e gifts, Mrs. Ralph Lang and Miss Vera Williamson received and Miss Tish Windham and Miss Minnie Isgate serv d punch In the first parlor Mis. B. A. Mur- phy. Mrs. Reba Martin and Mrs. Loyd Rose received the guests in receiving l'ne and Mrs. Raymond Vermillion presided over the reg- istration booth. So ;re cards for the guests were on the table • which wire arranged i'or 12. High score was made by Miss J( - sie Allen and low score by .Miss Mary D. Shearon, Lhe prir.es be- ing a b: r.ket of roses and nn em- broidered tea apron which were pp. . o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

:y*&\ fSslH THE RUSK C OKEEAN PflRP PUT BACK ON HIS FEET TWICE ilVas Relieved of Both Rheumatism and Stomach Trouble by Tanlac, States Los Angeles Man. "For the second time Tanlac bus put ine on my feet, unci you may know by that what I think of It," said William T. Hardin, 1409 Garden St., Los An- *etes, Calif. "Three yeurs ago, I had rheumatism In my shoulders and neck so bad I could hardly work. I tried medicine after medicine only to get worse, but finally I got hold of Tanlac, and i haven't had a trace of rheumatism Blnce. "Then-teat summer my stomach got cut of order, I lost my appetite and ^hat little I did eat made me feel bloated, all stuffed up and miserable. I always felt weak, tired and worn out, and was so nervous I couldn't sleep. "Well, Tanlac did a good job for me before, so I Just got some more of It, and now it has again fixed me up, and I'm feeling strong and energetic like i used to. I'll tell the world Tanlac's the medicine for me." Tanlac is sold by all goo...

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