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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

mi mmm THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN «w A &AWf Illustrations by / t •^^IrwiN AVyerr /r-yp> po < .Copynght.by Doubleday, Page & Company. CHAPTER X. —12— Ramsey kept very few things from Cred Mitchell, and usually his confi- dences were Immediate upon the occa- sion of them; hut allowed several weeks to elapse before sketching for Ills roommate the outlines of this ad- venture. "One thing that was kind o' funny about it, Fred," he said, "I didn't know what to call her." Mr. Mitchell, stretched upon the window seat in their "study," and look- ing out over the town street below and the campus beyond the street, had already thought it tactful to ambush tils profound amusement by turning upon his side, so that Ids face was toward the window and away from his companion. "What did you want to call her?" he inquired In u serious voice. "Names?" "No. You know what I mean. I mean I had to keep calling her 'you'; and that gets kind of freaky when you're talldn' to anybody a good while like ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 5 May 1922

P' BPfe&f i. r, -:'Vv = 1 '""i I tt p ■ r % $ 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. 1 C. & W. BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. -J. They're Very Popular You know Heinz goods, 57 varieties, as the best of their Jines produced anywhere. The standard of quality is represented when you say "One of the 57." We carry these goods and have them for your use on 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 Gi oceries, Fruits and Produce of Standard Values. East Side Grocer ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

V' The Rusk Cherokeean RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922 Rusk Schools Graduating Exercises. The graduating exercises of the Class of 1922 will be held May 21st and 23d; the baccalaureate sermon May 21st at the Method- ist church, 11 a. m.; commence- ment exercises at high school au- ditorium May 23d at 8.15 p. m. Program for Baccalaureate: Piano Solo, selected Invocation, Rev. A A. Wag- non Duet, Margie and Lucille Pow- ell Sermon, Rev. Moore Song Benediction. Program for Commencement: Orchestra, March Invocation, Rev. R. G. Behr- man Salutatorian, Fabrice Gilford. Vocal Solo, Hazel Butler Valedictorian address, Gerald Chapman Violin Solo, Mr. R. Guyon Class History, Pauline Francis Class Will and Gift, Florry Guinn Acceptance of Gift, Robert J. Garner Class Prophecy, Ellis Lewis Address, H. L. McKnight, Sec- retary Chamber of Commerce, Nacogdoches. Presentation of Diplomas and Awarding of Scholarships, Rob- ert J. Garner Benediction. Tomatoes Coming On Nicely In co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

' 'v -iS- v _ 111 tsj-" y, • s>*,"*W*&, {$&&?W*#? $ ■ * '■ '•.-'- . •' ••' "*'.". •• '-I.-:- '-;''. W : S • 7TO,', CI lERi TWENTY THOUSAND OF CHANQ TSO LIN'S DEFEATED TROOPS THERE. F0REI6NERSJRE EXCITED Reported Wu Pel Fu'8 Gunboat. Have Shelled Railroad In Vicinity of 8hanhaikwan. Tientsin, China—A critical situation. Is developing on the railway between Tientsin anil Shanhaikwan on tbe Manchurian frontier. About 20,000 of the defeated troops of General Chang Tso Lin are being held up at Tongshang, Kuyeh and Lanchow, -where there are -valuable Anglo- Chinese coal mines. Fraatic appeals have reached Pekjn from the Linnsi mines, -where the ' foreign, staff was Teported to be in a desperate situa- tion. Twenty British volunteers were senit there Saturday night. The gunboats of General Wu Pei Fu have appeared off Shanhaikwan and shelled the railroad, but without results. It is not known whether General Chang is endeavoring to onake his last stand at Lan Chow, midway betw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

Y v A >« THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WKjar •PI-: I ' * aw Illustrations buy" „ Itwin A\yer &/£/?' (flO < (Copyright,by Doubleday, Page & Company. CHAPTER X—Continued. —13— And, Jumping down from the window «eat, he began to dunce round his much perturbed comrade, bellowing. Ramsey bore with him for a moment, then sprang upon him ; they wrestled vigorously, broke a chair and went to the floor with a crush that gave the chandelier In Mrs. Meigs' parlor, be- low, an attack of jingles. "You let me up!" Fred gasped. "You take your solemn oath to shut up? You goln' to swear it?" "All right. I give my solemn oath," said Fred; and they rose, arranging their tousled attire. "Well," fiiild *Fred, "when you goin' to call on her?" "You look here!" Ramsey approached film dangerously. "You just gave me .your sol—" "I beg!" Fred cried, retreating. "1 mean, aside from all that, why, I just thought maybe after such an evening you'd feel as a gentleman you ought to go and ask after her health.'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

•f ■■ k weekly newspaper publUbeil every Hrklsiy ; at Busk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and (Publisher illltp m a ■ m OFF ICE PHONE ? 3 16 SUBSCRIPTION KATES On© Year - - $l.f>0 Six Mouths - - .75 Throe Mouths - - .40 Tbis paper stops ut expiration « f sat scrip- tion. No paper 4*fotcud" on :inyon«\ Entered as second-elas* matter .Inly lt*> #19, at the postofflce atvUusk. Texas. un«.V he Act of March 3. 187!*. I Matter intended for publication should be signed. Address matter for the 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. For Congressman, Second Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For District Attorney: W. E. DONLEY of Cherokee County. F. P. MARSHALL of Nacogdoches County. W. B. BATES of Nacogdoches County. For Representative 26th District: REV. J. P. LANE For Tax Assessor:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

K". Big Baking Powder Value IF there were no other reason for using Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking Powder, its well-known high quality would be suffi- cient But in addition to this, think of these other advantages! Dr. Price's is sold at the low price of 25c for a large can of 12 ounces. It is pure and wholesome and imparts a fine, appetizing flavor to the food. It contains nothing to leave a bitter taste—no ingredient which is not in itself wholesome. PHOSPHATE BAKING POWDER Large can, 12 ounces, only 25c ill PRIG osp New Cook Book Free IN the New Dr. Price Cook Book there are 300 delightful recipes for all kinds of cooking and bak- ing—some of them, the most famous recipes in use today. Every housekeeper will value a copy of this book which can be had free by addressing — Price Baking Powder Factory, 1003 Independence Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. SPECIAL! Some grocers may have a few cans left of Dr. Price's bearing the label with the special advertis- ing offer recently an- nounced...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

inui Ws * IS? -SB 1 i i CITATION BY PUBLICATION. and County of The State of Texas Cherokee. ' To tlje Sheriff or any Constable: You are hereby commanded to sum- mon by publication W. G. Carlton and 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. 181. In the District Court of Cherokee County, Texas, Second Judicial District. To the Honorable L. D. Guinn, Judge of said Court. 1st. Now comes the Town of Busk, Texas, hereinafter styled plaintiff, represented herein by the Town's attorney of said Town of Husk, Texas, complaining of "W. G. Carltotn, who owned the real estate hereinafter described at the time, and to whom and against whom the taxes hereinafter scheduled Were listed, levied and assessed, com- plaining of W. G. Carlton, the the present owner of said estate, of the said real estate, and complaining of the above named and all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

&0mk isswr; P'5?^ 1 ■■? mfp* ■*>.*$* Society and Clubs cXCrt. W. L. SkCartin, Editor, Phone 69 Wednesday Club. Mrs. J. F. Johnson extended her hospitality to the Wednes- day club and a number of friends Wednesday afternoon. T h i s beautiful home was attractively The various characters were rep. rtsented by the following: Babyhood, Margaret Gurley. Childhood, Gene Gregg. School-days, Anna K. Robin Citation by Publication. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To tin* Shi.Tlflf or any Coristttlilo of Cherokee < 'ounly, (ireotlnjr: Oath huvlug been made an required hy law Vou are H^ivby ('oniiiiiiiith'd to rfuimuon Minn to .'mho S(roit. by making publication of tills citation once in each wook for four suo- oi-s^ivo weeks previous to tin; return clay hereof, hi some newspaper published In your Mary and effectively decorated for the i son. occasion. The club game of 42 engaged their attention for a time and the score result gave to Mrs. W. E. Sloan the honor of wearing the club pin, and to Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

— mm THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN 1 * . ? "■TaS^i^t-v/'.• V^i. SH Muyu ■ ; v.-Vi'As SAYS CALOMEL SALIVATES AND LOOSENS TEETH The Very Next Dose of This Treacherous Drug May Start Trouble. You know what calomel Is. It's mer- fcury; quicksilver. Calomel is danger- ous. It crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the bones and should iever be put Into your system. If you feel bilious, headachy, consti- pated and all knocked out, Just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dod- lon's Llvtt- Tone for a few cents which Is a harnness vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful tnd if It doesn't start your liver and straighten you up better find quicker than nasty calomel and without making pou sick, you Just go back and get your pioney. Don't take calomel! It makes you Blck the next day; It loses you a day's Work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens you right up and you feel great. No palts necessary. Give It to the children because it is perfec...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

m THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN -1st -"I fOBfl fou re- |Ad- but for pular Ibtaln lifht'a St.. atled. • ex- "I'd join one thl9 I we'll Age- — Irish Free State Troops Ready for Action "I ■spread Ieasg >uti and ftniant and ■t* allnea* I of metal, |>r tip over; Tl or Injure barantaad. lit R Iitb.M.T. form. UMd |ta. Post- Jew York. HK* KM . Writ# rice, Kans. D 0N> FRKI •thine n> few hour* duccd lac othent I rrMfM ITUUTiU i Continuous clashes lmve b«>en occurring between the Free State and republican factions In Ireland, and tlie ( troops of the former have been prepared to combat a possible coup d'etat by the latter. Some of them are here seen1 sn parade. Jobless Actors Turn to Stores * Dullness in Theater World Trans- forms Players Into Floor- walkers and Salesmen. HARD SUMMER IS EXPECTED More Than Half of Country's Actors Are or Will Be Out of Employment This Summer—Movie Work Offers No Hope. New York.—New York's department Itore floorwalkers always have been noteworthy for their ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 12 May 1922

SKS ■ Mr. 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. 1 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 these goods and have them for your use on any and all occasions. The standard of our store is represented thus: We carry goods of just such high standing as HLINZ 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 lis icr G:oceries, Fruits and Produce of Standard Values. C. E. JAY East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Buy Poul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

VOL. 3 What District Court Did i 1 The Rusk Cherokeean RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922 Who Gets the Money? On June 20th the Cherokeean is going to give away a lot of money to those who successfully solve the Bee-Hive puzzle which the Cherokeean is printing this week. We want you to look up this picture and then get busy as you can .surely win some easy money by solving the picture puzzle and getting the big list of names of items found in that pic- ture, if they begin with "B " You will have a lot of fun doing this and it will pay you well. When you look at the picture you will be surprised at the great number of items you see there that begin with "B" and if you will write them down and then go over the picture again and work it clostly you will find some more. Then take it more care- fully and go over it and you cer- tainly will be astonished at the ones you pick up. It's easy! Why just see-. Boy, Bat. Ball, Bee, Boat, Basket, and, Oh, just so many of them. If y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

Ws* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN TANLAC KEEPS HIM FIT, SAYS McGSAW Has Used !t for Years With Splendid Results—Fine for Run Down Condition. "For fotir years Tnnlnc 1ms kept me In the pink of condition ns I tiike n few doses of it every time I feel « little run down and It always builds me up ukuIii," said Win. A. McGrsw, 207 lieneh I'lace, Tnmpu, Fin. "1 begun talking Tanlae tirst about four years ago wlien I was in a very liiul state of health and had been run down for several years. 1 was always taking laxatives, too, but I believe they did me more harm than good. "Tanlae made me feel like a brand new uiiin in a very short time and 1 liave never had a return of any of my old troubles. The reason of this I am firmly convinced is that I always have Tanlae handy and take a few doses every time I feel a bit under the weather." \ Tanlae is sold by all good druggists. CREPE FOR MATRON'S GOWN; LINGERIE IS LESS TRIMMED SEVERAL MODERN DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS CORN MEAL RECIPES lji5H5SS,£5tiJa5a5E5E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

j THE RUSK THEROKEEAN IMPROVED UNIFORM DfTERilAITOHtt. SimdaySchool T LessonT ct Contents 15 Fluid Drao ,/AARY GJ^KHAM. BONDER. ■ ■- COMHC.HT It VMTUK NIVWU UHiQM • — BEAR AND BEAVER Billy Hear waved his head and satig tills song: "There was a younp bear In the zoo "Who said, 'I'm disgusted it's true, " 'Ju.st because I'm a bear, " 'Arid because I've four legs and not two.' " Then Benjamin Beaver who was not far of! In his zoo home sang this song: "There was a young beaver and he'd work with a zest, "But he knew as well how to rest. "He'd work and he'd work, "Not a task would he shirk, "But when he was through, "He was through, through, through." Billy Hear waved his head in the direction of Benjamin Beaver's home and he said: "That was a pond song, Benjamin. There was some sense to what you said and it rhymed quite nicely." "That was a good song, I! illy Bear. "I'm glad it pleased you. I liked your poem. I thought it was tine, and it had a lot of sense, too, because It Is foolish f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

211S3R . — A Cherokeean Bill newspaper publUbed every Friday iruitig ut Husk, Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and oPublftsher OFFICE PUONE a i 6 SU B8UKIPTION KATE* One Year - ' - $1.50 Six Months - .7.*. Three Months - - .40 ThU paper stops at expiration of suVscrip- tlon. No paper "forced" oi^ wnyone. Entered as second-cl as> m>uer July trt, 919, at the post-office at I'iusk. Texas. • he Act of March 3. 1879. j Matter intended for puMU-.tMoii should be signed. Address matter tor the 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. For Congressman, Seond Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For District Attorney: W. E. DONLEY of Cherokee County. F. P. MARSHALL of Nacogdoches County. W. B. BATES Re-election, 2nd Term. For Representative 26th District: REV. J. P. LANE For Tax Assessor: WIL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

-a- Cherokeean's Latest Word Contest BEE-HIVE PICTURE PUZZLE Open\o All Our Readers-Liberal Cash Prizes Find the Objects in this Picture Beginning with the Letter 6*1 199 ... CHEROKEE m l#V>W4 4 I £ld^*A &J. - V ?! ft- f' u ft V fw g Copyrighted 1922, Ebea E. Lawson.JWillrnar. Minn-,' CONTESTiCLOSES JUNE 20TH, 1922. ?1.50 is s m snlwr i t I f vi! t.ii' ari- 1 id i<-hail Ix.-uiu s\v« >v insw sill,)- i:*'i r; one halt i- for iicv. First Prize. $3.00 $5.00 $15.00 $25.00 Second Prize 2.50 4.00 10.00 18.00 Third Prize. 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 Fourth Prize 1.50 2.00 3.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 2.50 Sixth Prize .50 1.00 1.00 2.00 A SPEC IAL I'KIXE OF 523,00 Will be Paitl it' 5 New \ early Subscriptions or Equivalent is sent in with Winning Answer. RULES OF CONTEST. 1. Contest closes June 20, 1922, and all answers must be mail- ed on or before that day, though it is not necessary that they reach the Cherokeean office on that day. 2. Contest is open to everybody, whether they live in or ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

, Cans left! You can still take advantage of the . f, r\M m yy m , mm ra m > l^tCLT :L grocers still have a small supply of the large ^3 12 oz. cans oi Dr. Price's at the special price of two cans for 30 cents. If you have not taken advantage of this big money-saving opportunity do so at once The cans bear this special sales sticker on the label: It ! B SPECIAL' ADVERTISING SALE Ore 12 oz. can at regular price ... 25 cents One 12 cz. can at special price , . . 05 cents Two 12 oz. cans for ..... 30 cents Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded 7VTW--!' ZT.& naBOltW.TiTrfTi T Remember this baking powder is new stock just from the Price Baking Powder Factory, and every ounce is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded See your grocer at once! Go to your own grocer first and if he is unable to supply you try some other grocer at once. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to get your two cans of this famous baking powder while the limited sup- ply lasts...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

1-4 Society and Clubs Mrs. W. L. SHCarlin, Editor, Phone 69 Spanish Lunch Given by Miss May Smith. After the concert Monday night- Miss May Smith gave a Spanish luncn to her Spanish clashes who presented the play that night. It was a very pretty and pictu- resque party, the guests being dressed in Spanish costume. The lunch, consisting of hot taroales, rice with chili sauce and crack- ers, was served a la cafeteria. Penuche, a Spanish candy, was passed after the lunch. Ir, was truly a Spanish affair and the hostess is to be congratulated on the success of the play and the lunch. Missionary Program for Sunday. The Presbyterian Sunday School will have a Missionary Program Sunday morning at their regular time of meeting. The country under consideration will be Japan; the Presbyterians having missions in seven differ- ent countries they take them up one by one in this Sunday school work. For this occasion a special lit- erary and musical program will be rendered. The house will be speci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1922

DALLAS SUFFERS FROM TWO FIRES 'EGGS ARE BELIEVED TO HAVE STARTED ONE ON COMMERCE 8TREET. CYCLE PARK THEATRE BURNS Fire Started When Lightning Strikes the Building During Thunder Storm. Dallas, Texas.—Fire orignating at 1519 Commerce street, between Browder and Lane streets early Mon- day morning caused a loss estimated at $126,000. Yeggmen who looted the office of the Young Women's Chris- tian Association, 1513-15 Commerce street, taking more than $300 after cracking a big safe, are believed to have applied the torch to surround- ing buildings in an attempt to hide their work. Tlio Walraven Bros.. Inc., printers end bookbinders, 1517% Commerce street, incurred a loss of approxi- mately $70,0(K> when the plant was swept by flames. The Lee & Coates Restaurant, 1*517 Commerce street, ■was gutted by flames, causing a damage of approximately $2,000. Jake Moch, Tailor, and the Magnolia Sign Company, adjoining the Lee & Coates Restaurant, were slightly damaged, while the Young W...

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