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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

■i<amm BH1 §g*| KfMl THE Rl/SK CHEROKEEAN broadcaster for the Government If Ir ko W M ke pt fch re fy Ite |l- linr- lirth Jilly rter Itter Iliad liiur- P. ♦ i i i 1 i ♦ * |y It. v in |y y iy ti- er it ADS roves e tings, list. Issue Ken- by a 1 i c si j 1 wtt 6111P1 11 'JM :. : The thousunds of radio fans who nightly listen Into the weather reports, crop reports, messages from Secretary Mellon and other Important govern- mental statements, will be Interested In meeting face to face T. C. Gale, the man who talks to them each evening. Ilcre is Mr. Gale at work in his office In the Postoflice department, broadcasting messages to fans the country over. Raise Forest in Sand Hills Big Reforestation Campaign Is Under Way in Western Sec- tion of Nebraska. FIND RIGHT KIND OF TREE Completed Work Calls for Planting of 3,000,000,000 Pine Trees—Land No Good for Farms so It Was Made Into National Forest. Lincoln, Neb.—In western Nebraska, along the Dismal river, one of the most stupendous publi...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1922

"v . ' I .. >~y ' MM = ^ ' ■ • '«rf — 1 '■ 1 .. 1 ' 1 * mr v i . en 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, arid 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 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 Gtocerits, Fruits and Produce of Standard Values. C. E....

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

■ '■« . alii - The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922 NO. 50 Coining SATURDAY June 17 A BIG DOUBLE SHOW AX THE JEWEL THEATRE JOHN GILBERT In the Big Outdoors Picture "Gleam O'Dawn" — AND AL SAINT JOHN in the 2-Reel Fox Comedy Laugh Special "A STUDIO RUBE" And LOOK! EXTRA Added Attraction Four-Piece Orchestra will play for the night show starting at 8 o'clock. Extra good music with a well balanced picture program make this one of the best shows we have had. Prices 10c-35c. Matinee 1.30. Night 8 For Representative. To the voters of Cherokee county: I wish to announce to you my candidacy for the office of repre- sentative in the legislature of Texas. My home is in Alto; 1 have taught in the public schools of the county for several years, and it is mainly in the cause of Ed- ucation that I am asking for your vote. True, there are many things at present demanding leg- islation, but I consider the school problem the most important. I would not advoc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

<■ THE RUSK CHBROKEEAN i i ) '*:< W I' 1 P y § i FRANCE MUCH WORRIED OVER BANKERS'REPORT PEAR 18 EXPRESSED THAT GER. MANY WILL NOW DI80BEY DEMANDS. TEELING FOR EASY WAY OUT Failure of Belgian* to Line Up With the French Cause* Keen Di*-> appointment. Paris.—The fear that Germany •will! Utilize the report of the international! bankers' conference as a pretext for, disobeying the demands of the re- parations commission is expressed in: ■some quarters here. There is general disappointment over the attitude of the bankers, especially their failure to take the position that a reductoin of the war •bill against Germany inevitably im- plies a reduction in the allied debt to thfe United States. France has felt that if Germany was to be al- lowed to escape some of the obliga- tions assumed when she signed the treaty of Versailles the allies should likewise be permitted to enjoy soma scaling down of their war debts. \ But the fact that J. P. Morgan, the American representative at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN • (! Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubleday. Page 6 Company 2 rtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi!!iiiiiiiiiiiiim!Hiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiir; CHAPTER XVI. —18— That tliunder in the soil, at first too deep within It to he audible, had come to the surface now and gradually he- come heard us the thunder of a mllJIon feet upon the training grounds. The tingles rang sharper; the drums and fifes of town and village and country- side were the drums and fifes of a war that came closer and closer to every hearth between the two oceans. All the old symbols became symbols bright and new, as If no one had ever seen them before. "America" was like n new word, and the song "America" was like a new song. All the dusty blatancles of orating candidates, seek- ing to rouse bored auditors with "the old flag"; all the mechanical patriotics of school and church and club; all these time-worn, flaccid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

rfm, m ¥ Pr 3 18 JSSSwss WlmmM'' SUBSCRIPTION RATES On# Year - - «! > Kj Six Mouths - - .75 Three Months .40 > This paper stops at expi:*oth n of slit'kit}p- j tlon. No paper "farced" on nny« i>«-. Entered as second-eliiss mim«r .Inly 1«. j •19, at the postofflee at liu>U. IVxus. a-... i | ke Act of March 3. 1879. I j Matter Intended for piii'^-iitImi MiouUl t;e j signed. Address uiatier for the nexvspai.'cr j 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, Secind 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 MATTIE de WALKER For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM JOE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

:Sif| sssh!®^ « NAYLOR'S JUNE SALE The Great Bargain Feast Of the Year Your opportunity of the year to make your dollars reach beyond their pnrchas- ing power and secure for you choice spring and summer wear things at much less than their real worth. Did you attend our sale one year ago? You remember the big values you found? This JUNE SALE is bigger and better than anything ever before attempted and you'll gain by coming. Great preparations are being made for the crowds Saturday and all next week; so hit the trail to NAYLOR'S—The Biggest Department Store in Cherokee. A FEW OF OUR VALUES Every Article Priced Down Taffeta Dresses: One lot of taffeta dresses in stripes and plaids. Our June Sale Price $7.95 Crepe Dresses: A wonderful showing in all the leading shades; beautifully trimmed. Same values sold for $27.50 a short time ago. Bought special for this June Sale, sells for—$15.75 Taffetas: Extra heavy; all the best shades; values up to $2.50 per yard. Our special June Sale Price S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

■ • ,>,. w®. 1# The success of the tomato deal Is greatly upon the pack. If only good stock, well selected, nicely packed is sent out to the trade then we can expect to get good returns from them. The government regulations on toma- to packing is given herewith so that those packing for market may study it and make their pack to conform thereto. 11 would be well to clip this out and preserve it as it is authentic. The numerical count for stand- ard tomato packs for four basket crates are 48's, 56's, 60's, 64's, 72's, 84's, 88's, 96's, and 104's. To Pack 48's.—Place 2 and 2 regularly in 3 rows, flat, blossom end up, 6 to the layer for the first layer and 2 and 2 regularly in 3 rows, flat, blossom end up, 6 to the layer for the second or last layer, 12 to the basket. To Pack 56's.—Place 2 and 2 regularly in four rows, on edge, 8 to the layer for the first layer and 2 and 2 regularly in 3 rows, flat, blossom end up, 6 to the layer for the second or last layer, 14 to the basket. To P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

Mm \ W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 Parent-Teachers Elect Officers. Tuesday afternoon, June IS, at the call of the president, the Par i Hatchett, Misses Lucille and Marjorie Powell. / J A Reading by Miss Elizabeth ent Teacher Association met to j ■ conclude the business for this- iayei year and to elect officers for the! coming year. The following are the officers who were • lected: REPORTER. Mrs. P. T. Butler, Pres.; Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. Richard B.' Mal- lard went to Dallas Sunday. As F. H. Maness, 1st Vice Pres.;! MlH- Mal,lard accompanied we Mrs. George G. Holder, 2nd Vice j)resume thls,Wl 1 be a combined Pres.; Miss Zilla Busselle, Rejbllsiness <ind PleaSLir9 triP and cording Secretary; Mrs. J. J. Bol ton, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. C. H Fitts, Treasurer. that not all of their time will be | spent pouring over the seasonal i offerings in merchandise; in fact in Addition to'the above'Voiju- i?® ^ght.,^tS ,and .a™mat!d lar officers an Advisory Board i clothing exhibits m iy ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

GENUINE GOODYEAR EACH IS I 0 m ffil HaiPi &&, > Each of the two tires illustrated above is a gen- uine Goodyear through and through. One is the famous reliable 30 x inch Goodyear All-Weather Tread Clincher. Its companion is the popular 30 x 3yi inch Good- year Cross Rib. The Goodyear Cross Rib is built of the same high grade Egyptian cotton fabric that goes into the All-Weather Tread Goodyear. It has a long-wearing but differently designed tread, and sells for less money. More than 5,000,000 of these tires have been sold in the last five years. Their fine performance has demonstrated the folly of buying unknown and unguaranteed tires of lower price. Ask your Goodyear Service Station Dealer about their advantages. • ' Had Tour Iron Today f Wraps tor Summer Trips; Knitted Accessories en. The sweuter has been multiplied to suit occuHlon, scarfs have been varied tor the same reason, hats and bags to match them have joined the cheertul company of knitted acces- sories. These t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

ill mmm WE THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Rty p,. ie ;e ach the nt. 6A. op- nny Ine, Mo. urn- . T. Treatment for Hay Fever C&frjMgbf, URCH«6 < t yr.dtr«c, (f In the Woman's clinic In Wuslnngtuii a cure for hay fever has heen perfected. It Involves tlie placing of pollen of plants likely to cause hay fever on tiny scratch marks on the fore arm of the patient. The pollen causes a slight swelling around the scratch and the treatment is then di- rected against that specific pollen. The photograph shows a patient being I given the pollen treatment. Shell-Shocked, _ Forgot Fiancee #>- Veteran, With Loss of Memory, Weds Another Whom He Had Met but Once. LEAVES HIS BRIDE AT ALTAR Court Annuls Marriage When Circum- stances Are Explained—Man Now Brilliant Student in Nebras- ka University. Lincoln, Neb.—The recurrence of an attack of shell shock caused Tliurman K. Williamson, World war veteran, to forget entirely that he was (pledged to marry a Sioux City (la.) girl, and to wed another girl who...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 16 June 1922

^ V B ; * j • ".-X; V*. ••;• W*Sm9H&8&'& '9&*£l8RX3 J- ' i#w When you make your visits to Rusk there is one point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY w: 1 i $ fc ■W 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 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 rel.> 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 G>oceries, Fruits and Produce of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

he Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922 NO. 51 COMING SATURDAY AGAIN Four-Piece Orchestra The same four that played last Saturday night at The Jewel Theatre will play again this Saturday night starting at eight o'clock. AND LOOK WHAT A PICTURE PROGRAM BUCK JONES who is already a rival of Mix, Hart, Carey, and others of the best Motion Stars, in his newest picture "Pardon My Nerve" A romance of a son of the range who made his nerve Law AND Another one of those 2-Reel A.1 St. John Comedies entitled (4 Special Delivery" We Call This Excellent Combination SOME Show in One Bill lOc PRICES OrML/V 35c JEWEL THEATRE Cox Killed by Auto. Mr. J. L. Cox was struck by an auto Saturday evening about six o'clock and died about three hours later from the effects of the blow. Mr. Cox had been in town and rode out to his home cn Crockett street with Hugh Peace in his wagon. When he went to alight from the wagon there was anoth- er wagon following and also a car d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

spa THE RUSK CHBROKEEAN R. R. STRIKE ONE IS AUTHORIZED / r If OP TEN BIG RAILROAD UNION NOTIFY RAIL LABOR BOARD. WAY OUT BUT TO FIGHT Lewis Pledge* Aid of Miners Fails to Indicate Natura of Aid. Cincinnati, Ohio.—Formal notice .has been served on the Railroad La- \bor Board by the chiefs of ten rail- road unions of their intention to go 'through with a strike in event one la authorized by the 1,225,000 workers twhose wagts: are to be reduced on July 1, under orders of the board. * Coupled apparently with, the action of the rail union leaders was a state- ment that the railroad workers have no alternative except to fight, mads by John L. Lewis, leader of the striking coal miners, who will meet with the rail union leaders to con- sider joint strike action. He also pledged the miners' aid to the rail men, but declined to state definitely what aid might result from joint ac- tion. The notice sent to the Railroad Labor Board in the form of a letter reiterated the rail union leaders'* at-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

■BAIIMIM B THE RII8K CHEROKEEAN 1 "Gave the Last hull measure of mi >*« r«®# mm I :V- : S| /WWW *W* 8MWM> "• ,>VI'V &3$S •'•• <' >$< A group of Civil war veterans decorating the graves of their dead comrades—a scene that was repeated In every lity, town and hamlet throughout the country on Memorial day. Part Vitamins Play in Food Smithsonian Institution Report Gives Facts on Nutritional Value of Foods. TELLS OF BIG DINOSAURS jFogsII Remains of Big Reptile Found Only in America—Agricultural Insect Pests Sometimes En- tirely Suppressed by Birds. Washington.—In the annual report iDf the Smithsonian Institution an article on vitamins by \V. I). Halli- burton describes what Is known to date on this new discovery relating to foods and their nutritional value. In comparing the building of the body to the building of a house, the well known elements of our food, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, salts and water, -correspond to the brick which are use- less unless held tog...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

ke* Couuly, Texan ate 1 ■WE* SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year - - «1.50 ■RSKfcvr' Six Months - - .75 Three Mouths • - 10 Tills paper"stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "force*!" cm h i yone. Entered as second-class matter July I'*. 910, at the postofflce at Uu*k« Texas, uncer he Act of March 3. 1879. K Matter Intended for publication >hould 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, 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 Re-election, 2nd Term. For Representative 26th District: REV. J. P. LANE MATTIE de WALKER For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWH1TE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM JOE G. SUMMERS For County Judge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

ills I I SPECIAL PRICES Lone Oak Lines. A T BOLTON BROS. STORE We are making Extraordinary Low Prices. Come and Look Our Stock Over; You Will Find Very Attractive Prices on Everything in the House. : : : : : Sale Begins June 24th And Continues 10 Days SILKS Beautiful Canton Crepes in navy, black, brown, and white $3.30 a yard, now $2.95 Taffeta, in colors, yard $1.75 & $2.00 Crepe de Chine in all colors—$1.50 to $1.75 Silk Pongee, natural $1.10 Dress Goods Beautiful Dotted Swiss $1.20 Transparent Organdy in Pastel shades 60c to 90c Tissue Gingham in the popular cecks and plaids 45c to 55c Dixie Tissue 25c Best French Gingham 72 50c Good 32 inch Gingham 30c and 35c , Good Gingham 25c One lot Gingham 15c Ladies' Shoes All the latest in Satins, Patent Leather, Ox- fords, Etc. Look for our Bargain Tables of Shoes. Children's Dresses Children's Ready-made Gingham Dresses, in most all sizes 75c to $2.50 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear We are making big reductions on every gar- ment in our Ladie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

1 M- • ? 4f*rrW:J S Well Selected Owe Price. These should interest every buyer today White's Plaice Is now open and solicits your business A line of Davis Hats and Caps, Friedman-Shelby Shoes, and a nice line of Gents' Furnishing Goods is here for your approval. I\ I I d M { u ' We price them close and can give you good goods and Satisfactory Service SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE GEORGE WHITE South Side : : : Hough'slPlace Checking Tip. The man who knows what he has accomplished, and what he meant to accomplish can formu- late an intelligent plan for the future. It is easy to think we Emperor of Japan Buys American Gas Heaters. A recent telegraphic order by the Emperor of Japan to an American manufacturer for two automatic gas water heaters re- have done far more than we real- suited in considerable editorial iy have. comment i n the newspapers, It is easy to think that we are among them the New York about where we belong in the World, which has this: procession, allowing for hard luck "Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

liv. Society and Clubs <THCrs. W. I.. SMartin, t'dilot, Phone 69 Bridge eel at noon, room ?. by Mr:. NLrry Matrons. Mrs. Ernest Weldon wr.s "u s ess to the Merry Matrons last Wednesday afternoon. 42 was the diversion, prizes were given, the club prize to Mrs. Reag.n. the booby to Miss Edith Sir, ■ and the gu?st to Mrs. Jim Sum mers. A salad course was served by the hostess assisted by her sister Miss Pauline King, Miss Fiyiant' Thompson and Mrs. James I. Perkins, Jr. The guest group included Mes-! dames Forrest Reag in, Bill Phil- lips, Stanley Tucker, Frank Mays, Ernest Hough, Ralph Lang, Raymond Vermillion, 0. S. Beall, Will Thompson, Carl Sherman, Carlyle Meeks, Tom Singletary, James Perkins Jr., El mer Musick, Horace Grogan of Cleveland, Ed Summers, Jim Summers, Will Copeland ami Miss Edith Sloan of Dallas. C;ub. Wyatt Norma l entertain- Brid.re Thurs lay after- Cut flowers (1 'corated the The club priz'j was won . Ciiarltss Cuinn and the yuest prize by Mi s Louise La- Tii • ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 23 June 1922

SI® JUST DRAGGED 4:,.. . -v ' : .Ar-'. • Vvjv -V • 7v.v^S' - c_ ... •.,. V,, , . ■ THE RUSK CHEROKEBAN SO WEAKENES Florida Lady Wat In a Miserable Con- dition, But. Says She Found Cardul Helpful, and Got Well. Blountstown. Fla.—In explaining how she found Cardul bo helpful during change of life, Mrs. Blla M. Bailey, of this place, said: "I became so weakened It was an ef- fort for me to get around. I knew what was the matter, but I felt Uke I couldn't give up. "I Just drugged, and I certainly was nervoufl. I was so restless I could not sit down long—yet so weak I couldn't get about. It Is a most miserable and such a helpless feeling. "I would get depressed and out of heart. "I began to feel, after awhile, there was no use to try to get well. This Is all wrong, for it makes a person worse. "X had heard of Cardul, and thought It might strengthen me. A neighbor had used it. with good results. "I took one bottle (of Cardul). then J saw I wasn't so nervous, so kept It up. "Gradually the ...

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