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

• t' • ■ k. $• W' $ , vp*,, '~f" ■">> >'' ?V;;' '■/ ■ •. \ . iV- 'i "- THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Commencement at West Point and the Honor Man ■■ v • Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachm Generul view of the commencement exercises at the C nited States Military academy at West I'oint. showing Secretnry of War Weeks addressing the onsets. The illustration also shows Charles .1 Hurrett, who won highest lionors in the graduating class, was first captain of cadets and is now a second lieutenant, lie served overseas with the Twenty-Ninth division and was one of 185 soldiers selected to enter the academy, ills home is in Newark, N. .1. Vitamine Secret Sought in Corn Experiments With Growing Grain Indicate Chlorophyll Is Nec- essary to Production. COD LIVER IS RICHEST SOURCE cures the disease. Hut it is very like- ly that there is some other factor in the cod-liver oil rather than Vitamine A, which does this. In our laboratory and in many others researches are be- ing made to identify this agent ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 July 1922

* HOT DAYS Call Fop COLD DRINKS A «|W1 KIWI The place to get those refreshing drinks on these hot days is at Bauer's Cafe. The fountain is supplied with all the vari- ous extracts and juices for making the best of drinks. On these hot days your thoughts will instinctively turn to 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 relv 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 East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 July 1922

The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 NO. 4 County Convention. The Democratic County Con- vention will be held in Rusk, to- morrow, Saturday, July 29. The list of delegates from pre- cinct No. 14 follow: C. H. Fitts, F. M. Goodson, T. J. Mullican, W. H. Fitts, H. G. Hatchett, A. M. Vining, W. B. Thompson, R. L. Keahey, J. R. Banks, J. C. Looney, L. D. Guinn, C. V. Dowdy, J. C. Davidson, J. L. Bagley, L. A. Vaughan, C. R. Guinn, Edgar Ban <s, H. H. Pfarr, K. H. Manes*, P. P. Feath- erstone, F. M. Priest, B. B. Per- kins, Ed Spinks, Geor„e Hast m. The Vote for District Attorney. The following is the vote for District Attorney. It is not ci m plete as some few boxes are not included, but it gives the relative standing of each of the candidat- es. The first column gives Mar- shall's vote, second Bates' vote, the thi rd Donley's vote. M B D Nacogdoches 2303 1069 510 Angelina 1850 1142 524 Cherokee 1387 1351 1703 Totals 5540 3562 2737 She Is Com...

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

*HKB?a§4 m E RUSK CHEROKBEAN KUNTICKETWINS 450,000 VOTES ARE TABULATED TO DATE £38 COUNTIES REPORT, WITH ONLY 49 COMPLETE, FROM ENTIRE STATE BOXES. EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BU8Y READERS FERGUSON LEADS CULBERSON Ferguson's Increase Almost Sam* a* Railroad Commissioner's in . Latest Returns. 'Dallas, Tex.—Ferguson was leading Culberson by 16,289 votes (or second, place in the senatorial contest when the Texas Election Bureau suspended tabulating returns from Saturday's; Democratic primary, Monday nlghti and it is almost certain that he wilL be in the run-off with Earle B. May- field 'Aug. 26. Ferguson gained steady ily in the returns beginning about noon and gained almost as much dur-i ing the day as did Mayfleld, who lsj conceded first place. ! Four hundred and fifty-five thou-j sand votes have been accounted for; in returns from 238 counties, includ-j Ing 49 complete, the number of out-1 standing votes is uncertain, with th...

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

h *4 t 7*?jM THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I ^ Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright bf DOUBLEDAY, PAGB AND COMPANY FELL AND LUCIE SYNOPSIS.—During: the height of the New Orleans carnival season Jachln Fell, wealthy though some- what mysterious citizen, and Dr. Ansley, are dlscusslnx a series of robberies by an individual known as the Midnight Masquer, who, in- variably attired an an aviator, has long defied the police. Joseph Mail- lard, wealthy banker. Is giving a ball that night, at which the Mas- quer has threatened to appear and rob the guests. Fell and Ansley, on their way to the affair, meet a girl dressed as Columbine, seeming- ly known to Fell, but masked, who accompanies tlium to the hall Lucie Ledanols, recently tlie ward of her uncle, Joseph Maillard. Is the Columbine. At the ball, Boh Maillard, son of the banker, again proposes to her and Is refused. He offers to buy some of her property. A Franciscan monk Interests her. lie turns out to he Prince Oramont. In his libra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 July 1922

<mfmg ■ I vttyl « I r newspaper publtitaed every Frtduy I at Rusk. Cherokee Cpunty, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and tPublleher OFFICE PHONE ; 1 6 SUBSCRIPTION KATES OueYeur - - Jl.M Six Months - - .75 Three Montlis - - -40 This paper stops at. expiration of subscrip- tion, No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as seeond-clus witter .Inly 1H. 9tl', at the pustoflice at UuVk. Tuxhs. 'inti he Act of March 3. lH7i>. I i Weather conditions here have been ideal for a number of weeks for this production of cotton. The crop has made excellent growth and is ready to produce the biggest crop we have had in many years if the conditions re- main as at present. The hot sands are too much for the boll Hatter Intended tor publication should be •igned. 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 Primari...

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

A- . It J>- J ■ i l-si JWP1S1 !w>W W: Bp I Goodrich announces new tire prices —lowest cost vnilcage ever known Effective July 20th, Goodrich establishes a revised price list that is a base line of tire value. It gives the motorist the buying advantage of knowing that what- ever size tire he selects is or the same quality — the Goodrich one-quality standard. It gives him the long- est mileage, the most satisfactory service and the high- est quality his money can buy. Results will prove that it is impossible to buy tire mileage at lower cost. Think of being able to buy Silvertown Cords at such prices as these: SIZE BASE LINE PRICE " SIZE BASE LINE PRICE 30 X 3i CI. $13.50 34 x 4 S. B. $30.85 31x3.85 CI. 15.95 32 x 41 S. B. 37.70 30 x 3| S. B. 15.95 33 x 4 2 S. B. 38.55 32 x S.B. 22.95 34 x 41 S. B. 39.50 31x4 S. B. 26.45 35 x 4 2 S. B. 40.70 32x4 S.B. 29.15 33x5 S.B. 46.95 33 x 4 S. B. 30.05 35 x 5 S. B. 49.30 No exit j charge for excite tax. This tax is paid by Goodrich New bas...

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

- It is* a long, long time since pat- jiotic Fourth of July orators boast- ed eloquently that America was -the refuge of the oppressed of all nations. It was true once. Who- ever would come, oppressed or mot, was welcome. Then our • hospitality began to be abused Too many men whose vicious propensities were repressed i n .their native lands transferred their activities to a country where . the cult of individual liberty en- abled them to plot and practice revolutionary schemes with less .hazard and less exposure to pun- ishment. Public opinion on immigration «s it was, unrestrained and un- limited, changed slowly but it has changed completely. No one would now advocate repealing | A Letter to Fqm«r StndenU of Ty ler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas. Dear Friends: You are naturally interested in your school that has grown to be the largest of it's kind m the country. We are receiving let- ters daily from ex-students, busi- ness men and prospective stu- dents commenting on the growth ...

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

: IP Society and Clubs Mrs. W. L. SKarlin, Editor, Phone 69 Mrs. Alec Ford Honors Her Moth- er, Mrs. M. R. Robinson of Pittsburg. One of the most attractive par- ties of- the season was the one given last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alec Ford hon- oring her mother Mrs. M. R. Robinson of Pittsburg. The affair was a 42 party with hours from four to six. The prizes were given to the guest of honor, Mrs. Robinson and to Mrs. J. O. Coupland. The host- ess was assisted by Mrs. Forrest Reagan, Wyatt Norman and Miss Kate Maness. Those en- joying this delightful hospitality were Mesdames Lee Guinn, Tom Mallard, Tom Phillips, Charles Kerr, W. L. Martin, T. E. Tabb, Thomas Shearon, W. E. Sloan, J. 0. Coupland, Eldridge Gregg, Homer Gee of Dallas, Wyatt Norman, Joe Summers, Clyde Priest, F. M. Priest, W. 0. Neely, Raymond Vermillion, J. F. Ver- million, Hill Fitts, M. T. Harbi- son, A. H. McCord, W. H. Wal- lace, J. E. Bateman, Forrest Rea- gan, W. H. Shook, Jennie Gib- son, Miss Rut...

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

•rati RTJSK CHEROKEEAN WmyM' MRS. FRANK WILKIE, of Synr cuse, N. Y., formerly matron •t the State Reformatonr at In- dustry, N. Y., who says she is de- lighted with Tan lac since it re- stored her health after she suf- fered eight years. ft "This Is the first time In eight year* that I have been free from stomach tronhle and It is all because of the wonderful good Tanlac has done me," said Mrs. Frank Wllkle, 229 Cedar St., Syracuse. Mrs. Wllkle formerly re- sided in Buffalo and for two years was matron of the State Reformatory at Industry, N. Y. "I was eating scarcely enough to keep alive," she declared, "for I would rather not touch a bite than suffer the misery I knew would follow. Even sweet milk disagreed with me. I was sick in bed for two and three days at a time, and gas on my stomach made such awful pressure on my heart It almost cut off my breath. I had hor- rible dreams at night and In the inorn- riig was all tired out. "\Yeii, the longest day r live I will praise Tanlac, f...

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

w THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN EVEN CAREFUL CALOMEL USERS ARE SALIVATED Next Dose of Treacherous Drug May Start Misery for You. Calomel Is dangerous. It may salivate toil and make you suffer fearfully from aoreness of gums, tenderness of Jaws and teeth, swollen tongue and exces- sive saliva dribbling from the mouth. Don't trust calomel. It Is mercury; quicksilver. If you feel bilious, headachy, consti- pated and all knocked out, Just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dod- son's Liver Tone for a few cents which Is a harmless vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't start your liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty calomel and without making you sick, you Just go back and get your money. If you take calomel today you'll be sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides. It may salivate you, while If you take Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up feeling great. No salts necessary. Give It to the children because It is per- fectly harmless and c...

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

VvTW^.y V.-l -rvV? .« M ■ J*-ft-'••$• ~v* il.v - • V:-: "•••• -' ■ www?^ - *'' m tmm ate ui HOT DAYS Call Fop COLD DRINKS wnm The place to get those refreshing drinks on these hot days is at Bauer's Cafe. The fountain is supplied with all the vari- ous extracts and juices for making the best of drinks. On these hot days your thoughts will instinctively turn to 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 whatsyou 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

ippspi •'-! t'.ft i. * >-J;#T f. ■'.' The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922 How to Vote at Primary. The manner of voting has not materially changed from what it always has been but by the pres- ence of the ladies at the polls there seems to be some misap- prehension or misunderstanding as to the manner of casting the vote. As there was so much criticism in the recent primary and in view of another primary coming on August 26, I am going to state briefly a few common er- rors that are usually mads at the polls and by avoiding would save criticism, mistakes and possible hard feelings. It is al! right for a man and wife to com? to the polls to- gether but at the approach of the voting place let each step apart, and each one receive their ticket, and sit down within sight of the Receiving Judge, but do not sit together, or speak to any one for information except to the Elec- tion officer. Last primary vot- ers often run around, behind the cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

'Sy ?' P U'TvHilSfc#^/ V -" V ; "''£' - > •• *lVr';!.;'V ' '*■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ^pSWWv t EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOK BUSY READERS ■*&* - FOREIGN— Edward Donby, Secretary of the Navy of the United States, arrived In Shanghai from Pekin. He >*111 •ail for Manilla at once. —o— The Austrian Parliament adopted the Government's bill for a forced interior loan, designated to yield a revenue of 400,000.000,000 kronen. —o— William E. (Pussyfoot) Johnson 'has sailed from Southhampton for *& three-month visit to New Zealand, where he will carry on his activities against liquor. ——o— The Diet of Warsaw has rejected a motion of want of confidence in president Pilsudski, introduced by ■members of ihe right. The vote was 205 in favor of the President, 187 against. —o— Djemal Pasha, Chief of Staff of the Afghan army and former Min- ister of Marine in the Turkish Un- ionist Government, has been assassi- nated at Tiflis. Two Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

pf.r' pi f;p r Wk:' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN > : #: Its |C.. Hick. ■line |Cal- > tha tears I on It fat iiia afield ■lonif- lii( ure. lat fM tO 1 IERB |n Hair color Inputs, , Tmm. demy i Tear J Texas, llnHtUa* ■ officers I'nlfonn c pa rate Athletic laficbalL, |ifitrate4 , 8opU ■922. The MARIN GRAS MYSTERY by H.Bedford-Jones Illustrations by Irwin Myers Copvjnqht by Double clay. Page and Company GRAMONT AND LUCIE SYNOPSIS.—Durlnc the height of the New Orleans carnival season Ja< hin Fell. wealthy though some- what mysterious citizen, and I r Ansley, are discussing a series of robberies by an individual known as the Midnight Masquer, who, in- variably attired as an aviator, has long defied the police. Joseph Mail- lard, wealthy banker, is giving a ball that night, ai which the Mas- quer has threatened t«> appear and rob the guests. Fell and Ansley. on their way to the affair, meet a girl dressed as Columbine, heerning- ly known to Pel* but masked, who accompanies them to the bal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

Wmmm m ——— tusk Cherokeean k weekly newspaper published every Friday i Busk. Cherokee County, Texas W- L. MARTIN Editor end oPubllsher OFFICE PHONE ate SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - - Sl -''9 Six Months - - •'' Three Months - - 40 This paper stops lit expiration of suls 'rip- ^_ tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. I July !«. | An Appreciation. Next Tuesday and Wednesday are the days for Jacksonville to celebrate her Golden Jubilee and the city will be iii gala attire. The Cherokeean acknowledges receipt of an invitation to be there and see the big doings. If it is at all possible for us to be present we will look the place over at least even tho we may not be able to stay and enjoy the celebration. Entered as second-class matter 919, at the postotfice at Husk. Texa.« he Act of March 3, 1879. I '! Words cannot express the ap- - j preciation I feel towards my Uatter Intended for publication siioiild lie signeii. Address matter .or the newspaper j many friends of Cherokee County The Rus...

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

mmt K,; wm ite'i ' new tire prices —lowest cost mileage, ever known The new base line tire prices established by Goodrich, effective July 20th, give motorists a definite guide to tire prices as Goodrich Tires are the definite standard of Tire quality. They know now they can buy the very best tire— the one quality Silvertown—the tire that has always held its leadership because — it wears longer, looks better, and because, mileage con- sidered, it costs less than any other tire at any price. Dealers have been quick to point out to their customers the big advantage and economy of buying Silvertown Cords at such base line prices as these: SIZE BASE LINE PRICE SIZE BASE LINE PRICE 30 x 3{ CI. 31 x 3.85 CI. 30 x 31 S. B. 32 x 3f " 31x4 " 32 x 4 33 x 4 $13.50 15.95 15.95 22.95 26.45 29.15 30.05 34 x 4 S. B. 32 x 4f " 33 x 4| " 34x41 " 35 x 4? " 33 x 5 " 35 x 5 " $30.85 37.70 38.55 39.50 40.70 46.95 49.30 New base line prices are also effective on Goodrich Fabric Tires SIZE BASE LINE l'RICE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

ahuttleless ft-,-- r#': HI i* ■ Writes to President That He .Mas Been Grossly Mis- led by Daugherty. and by him forwarded to and by that OongroM made a pul document and moat widely commented Ion by thf preaa of the country." Palmer1* Vereloh of It Mr. Palmer stated In the course of irt i jkJLJ _. HHHMII 'Indicated, formed a colossal obstacle to the repoi "These pat refered to by Mr. Qarrani to, aa had already been ; New T-erk.—Flatly refusing to return the United States government a chemical patent right owned by Chemical Foundation, Inc., of ilch be Is president, Francis P. Oar- In a spirited and energetic letter President Harding, asserted that President, "grossly misled by the orney-general," Is, for the first time American history, attempting to t>rogate a solemn Executive order of predecessor, and Is acting, moreover, . Information "furnished by German "talents and Interpreted by lawyers Isrbose sole knowledge of the war and [Its leas on s Is derived from association Iwlth G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

m Society and Clubs SKCra. W. L. iHCarlin, Editor, Phone 69 t d )e m1 Mrs. Tabb Entertains. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. T. E. Tabb gave a very charmingly ap- pointed party at her apartment, at the Hospital. There were six tables of 42 players. Prizes were given and refreshments were serv- ed at the close c1" the afternoons Dallas VV activities. j sperid a Miss Gladys Vandigriff visited in Naco id.utiles lust yunday. The Misses Daisy and Lottie Fitts iui\ o rc-tu.'iK-d from an ex- tended vi. with relatives and friends in Tyler. Miss M try B.ul>-y went to ..(in-; si la., where she will va'ja ion ot a couple of Old Fashioned School Party. "Old Fashioned School Party." Basement Methfcdist Church, Aug. 11. Admission 15c. Now come, ye children, hale and hearty, To our old-time school party. School begins on the stroke of eight August 11, now don't be late. Readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic, Jography to make you sick; A spellin' bee and loads of fun, The Epworth League wants you to come Apron...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

THE RITSK fWRROKKEAN YS CALOMEL SALIVATES AND tOOSENSTEETH The Very Next Dose af This Treacherous Drug May Siart Trouble. DAIRY FACTS You know what calomel >a. It's mer- cury ; quicksilver. Calomel Is danger- ous, It crashes into sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. CaT'imel attacks the bones and should never'be put Into youi' system'. ff yon fepl bilious, headachy, consti- pated ami alt knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dod- stin's Liver Tone for a few cents which Is u harmless vegetable substitute for dtV'gerous calomel. Take a spoonful ami if it doesn't hlait your liver and Straighten you up hotter and quicker tlmu nasty calomel and without making you sick, you just go back aiivi get your money. Don't ti'kp calomel! It makes *ou Bitk the next day; it losers you a.dfti'.B work. Hudson's I.lverTone slraigliterjs you right up and you feci great Ho' Halts.necessary. Give it to the children because it is perfectly harmless and can not salivat...

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