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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

fpl ? r:'I $ v THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Indians Operate Communal Farm Menominee Tribe Making Suc- cess of U. S. Government Test in Wisconsin. THEIR WORD IS ALWAYS GOOD To All Outward Appearances Reserva- tion Indians Lead About the Samo Lives as Other Rural Americans. Menominee Indian Reservation, Ke- Slieuu, Wis.—The Fish trail from Chi- cago to northern Wisconsin, one of the first automobile trails blazed by wealthy sportsmen when the automo- bile was a luxury, runs through this reservation. This summer a Menominee Indian, hearing that an automobile camper tie- side the trail had been caught in the rain with inadequate shelter, removed the tarpaulin from bis threshing ma- chine and offered it to the camper. No tips were involved ; It was simply an uct of courtesy. These are the Menoininces of today, whose historical character was de- scribed in a Washington Indian service report thus: "A woods Indian, the Menominee : was a striking figure, generally six feet and over in height, a giant...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 August 1922

VJ They're Very Popular I 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. S«e Us for Gioceries, Fruits and Produce of Standard Values. C. E. JAY East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Buy Poultry, Eggs and Produce. ARE YOUR EYES NORMAL? DR. M. G. KAHN OF" DALL V« EYESIGHT SPECIALIST and OPTOMETRIST Will dp in Rusk Wednesday, August 9th. AND EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY. Office at Moseley's Drug Store NOTICE, FARMERS! Wo have evened a Buying- Station with the Rusk Creamery and will pay the highest market p...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922 NO. 6 m . ■ Gifford Attended Convention. C. A. Gifford was in attendance at the R. F. D. Carriers conven- tion which met in Ft. Worth the 7th, 8th, and 9th of this month. He reports, in conversation with a Cherokeean representative, that this was the largest convention of this character ever held in the state and they had a wonder- fully enjoyable time. Among the entertainment features was a trip to Lake Wo^th where they had a barbecue Fish Supper ten dered by the Chamber of Com- merce and the Ft. Worth Record. They had a group picture taken and then the delegates were al- lowed to see the work of taking that picture thru the various pro- cesses until it appeared as a printed picture on the pages of paper. Mr. Gifford says the work was wonderfully done and so quickly that it seemed almost an impossibility. Montgomery Ward & Co. pre- sented the delegates with hand- some badges; a top name plate, then...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

mm I Us Texas Items Houston's July building permit total- ed $1,624,373 in value and brought the figure for the year to $9,108,636. The total on the corresponding date last year was $5,447,014. The attorney general's department has approved an issue of $20,000 Min- eral Wells street and bridge bonds, maturing serially and bearing 6 per cent. A total of 4278 seamen, including licenses officers, were shipped at Gal- veston through the sea service bureau of the United States shipping board during the fiscal year ending June 30, It was stated this week. The state department of education has announced a 50-cent apportion- ment to the schools of Texas to apply on the last school year. Ttyis leaves $1.50 per capita yet to be apportioned. The holdings of the Miller-Link Lumber Company of Orange, Texas, and other points, Including three mills, 87,000 feet of pine and 37,000 feet of hardwood timber, brought $787,500 un- der the hammer at Orange. The ferry across the Brazos between Chappell Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

MB aw mm r-M$- : 1 ... >.. - .; wrmi "W%* :t$is era tw? If P^S fells THE RUSK CHEROKEE\N IS m :2'Wm i. The MARDIGRAS MYSTERY hi} ' fiBedfordiJoncs Illusiiations by Irwin Mijers Coptjrighf by Doablcday. Page and Company "YOUNG MAILLARD!" SYNOPSIS.—During the height of the New Orleans carnival season Jaihin Fell, wealthy though some- what mysterious citizen, and Dr. Ansiey, are discussing a series of robberies by an individual known as the Midnight Masquer, who, In- variably attired as an aviator, has long d died the police. Joseph Mail- lard, wealthy banker, is giving a ball that night, at which tlie Mas- quer has threatened to appear and rob the quests. Fell and Ansley, on their way to the affair, meet a Mirl dressed as (\ lumbine, seeming- ly known to l-Vll. but masked, who accompanies them to the ball. Lucie Ledanois, recently the ward of her uncle, Joseph Maillard, is the Columbine. \t tlie hall, Hob Maillard, son of the banker, again proposes to her and is refused, lie offers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

If , 'VfiV •] Pv ra mmm mm RVPPPV . twnpaper publl*bed every FrUl y [at Busk.Oherolw County. Texas ■ts" , V anJiMM VV. L. MARTIN Bdltor widtPuMlshcr OFFICE PHONE a 16 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - - tl-&® Six Months - - Three Months - - to This paper stops at expiration of suts.'rlp- | tlon. No paper "forced" on anyone. j —Eiiteretr^r'^iecmid-ola^^it^t't'i' -Inly in. i 919, at the postofflce at ltu k. LVxhn. Muiivr j tie Act of March a. WTO. I Matter Intended for publication should he tlgned. 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. The summer time Would be sublime If it would come In winter time. - Hastings Tribune. And say, old winter Would be a hummer If it would only Come in summer. —JVarren, Ohio, Tribune. And lovely spring Would beat them all, If it would come Again...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

■ ■ Mix an Ail-Around Sportsman \ m & H pal! m-i. mi . ■.s.jSK'Jrt?'}'.: "1"TQM MIX A:) A PQL.0 PLAVERT] There is no branch of sport in which Tom Mix is not an ex- pert. Of course riding is his forte, and that is one reason why the Fox star is an excellent polo player. Admirers of Mix will have to admit that he is just as picturesque on his polo pony as he is in chaps and sombrero atop of his horse Tony. Simple Arithmetic. By the judicious application of a little elementary arithmetic to the railway wage problem it lias been demonstrated that what the employees demand is something that very clearly doesn't exist. The argument was advanced be- fore the Railroad Labor Board that employees were entitled to a minimum wage that would se- cure to their families the mini- mum comforts of life. Against this contention little can be said. The employees contended that to secure these minimum comforts a minimum wage of $2,639.97 is necessary. The Railroad Labor . 3oard shows that to give e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

() 0 I Xmm L v-: ?&• . te * EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS V % at!«'Will Buy Mo. 17 Te&Smbur Wo.10 Octagon MII Do&knut iXttsr Mx 19 Clothes Semper Wo.I"LcrttovJut "Unmoor j\'c.::0Paring tQi -'e Wa a Soupitra. .cr Wo. 21 Pan Caty Turner \A'o.l 1 Ounce Funnel 'Wo 2 Si I far Shake Wo. 3 £W Separate? 0/-i J rpw:v"j. J Cn\ Wo i swing tup Wo. 5 Tooth Pick Hooter VJa6 m^uri-kl^Pe^erVo.H CUp Strainer M&ttwirnmf Ladle jVo 7 i\ ;dm* Would M\ 15 Co&c -lea ftiuirur Xi 2 j Shimmer mss & if; jVo. 24 Set of'Meajurwg Spoon i u>mv JVaiO Jr \ lr j *tr - WM " -)- r ^ CENTS > What •€§* Wait Buy Wo. 1 2qLPuddin$Pim W'txZ SqiPreservudKett jVo 3 Set of 2Pie Plates Wa4 Set of 2 Jell? ~ CakePans „ Wo 5 S^iinchTryPan IqlPanKmSuaim Wall Tubed CaJte Pan Wo 7 JUiftmhier Wo. 12 Combination Funnel 2'aS lb ft Covered.- Wo. 13 IhqLStewPan Lipped Sauce Part Wal4 Carving Knife Wa 9 0 QtpMuffmftm Wo. 15^ 2qt . Lipped Sauce Pan Wo. 10 Bread Pan Wo. 16 BiscmtPan Wo.17 2qt.THm£Vowl What...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

=r and Clubs Mrs. W. L. Merlin, Editor, Phone 69 rj Club Picnic Martin Lawn. on the Bt Thursday evening t.ie Wednesday Club entertained leir husbands with a very enjoy- able picnic on ths lawn of the W. L. Martin home. The usual abundance of "eats", fried chick- en to watermelon and soda pop, were there to fill the inner man, and a very social time was had. Entertained for Guests. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. W. E. Sloan and Miss Tish Windham entertained a large number of young ladies with a 42 party hon- oring Mrs. Sloan's guests, Miss Jim Patton of Jasper, Ttxas, and Miss Opal Greenlee of Belle Plaine, Iowa. The guests arriv- ed at 3.30 and were served iced tea and delicious wafers by Miss Windham and Mrs. Roger Ray. The spacious rooms were cool and pleasant with the breezes from electric fans. The only decorations used were vases and bowls of fragrant roses. Eleven games were enjoyed. Mrs. Ed Summers made high score; Miss Pearl Sloan and Miss Helen Beall cut for low, Miss Beall win- ni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

m > l\ ft i% mm ' mw\ ?rs? CHEROKEEAN Makes Haid Work Harder B«™8«8 Back the Old Days at California Mission A bad buck makes a day's work twice as hard. Backache usually comes from weak kidneys, and if lieadaclies, dizzincm or urinary disorders are added, don't wait—get heip befor^ tbe> kidney disease takes a grip—before dropsy, gravel or Bright's disease sets in. Doan't Kidney Pills have brought new life and new strength to thousands of working men and women. Used and recommended the wo. Id over. Ask your neiohbor! A Texas Case Chas T. Eltnoio, prop, grocery and lunch room, 419 Har- wood Ave.. Dallas, Texas, says: "My kidneys actfcd too freely and the secre- tions were highly col- ored. My back be- came lame and weak and there was a heavy, dull ache across the small of it. 1 got a box of Doan's Kidney Pill* and they cured me of the trouble." Get Doan'a at Any Store, 60c • Bos DOAN'S W^V FOSTER.MILEURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. V. He Admits It. "What (lid the fortuue teller tell you ?"...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

i'AMJi HttHHiUaigH THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN iM m. ALL GONE NOW Mrs. Sherman Helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound take,MlchiKan.—"Aboutonevear ago Buffered with irregularities and a weak- ness and at times was obliged tostay off my feet. 1 doctored with our family physician and he finally said he could not understand my case, so I decided to try Lydia E. Pink- hams Vegetable Compound. After I had taken the first bottle I could see that I was petting better. 1 took several rattles of the Vegetable Compound and osed Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash the House Gallery L*ke, Midi. There ia one fact women should con- aider and that is this. Women suffer from irregularities and various forms of weak- ness. They try this and that doctor, as well as different medicines. Finally they take Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound, MtdMrs. Sherman's experience is simply another case showing the merit of this well-known medicine. If your family physician fails to help you and the same old troubles per...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 August 1922

*s '-r<H I' V%v =55H : f: if t 4 \ s f They're Very Popular tVqu-fcriow 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 iiave them for your use on any and all occasions. The standard of our store is represented thus: We carry t,goods of just such high standing as HEINZ and you can rely uipon 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 U for Groceries, Fruits and Produce of Standard V. 1 ie«. C. EL JAY East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Buy Poultry, Eggs and Produce. P " ARE YOUR EYES NORMAL? ? f DR. M. G. KAHN OF DALLAS EYESIGHT SPECIALIST and OPTOMETRIST Will be in Rusk Wednesday, August 23d. AND EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY. OHics at Mose'.ey's Drug Store NOTICE, FARMERS! We h:.ve opened ?. Cream Buying Statio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

n o >r e 1. JBV-M '*'■ ■yf* The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922 Rusk College Makes Great Prepa- ration for the Opening of the Fall Term. Rusk College students are again to be welcomed with new im- provements. L: st year the stu- dent body, faculty, and friends of the institution made possible a driveway, cement terrace steps, and a cement walk which greatly added to the beauty and conveni- ence of the campus. This year, through support from the same loyal source, athletics in Rusk College will enter upon a \jew era. Already the grading for the new athletic fieV, back of the girls' dormitory, is nearing completion. This field, t i•• te hundred and fifty by two hundred ; nd sixty-five feet, surrounded by a b ard fence, eight feet high, will fill a long-felt need ;.rd mean much o the ath- letic de artment of Rusk College. Adjoining the field there is to be anew gymnasium, fifty by seven- ty feet, equipped to afford physi- cal training for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

. ift%: Mmsm . m m m THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN IIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READERS :U f FOREIGN— For the first time lri history a wo- man has been admitted to the French conference of Advocates. She is Mile. Jeanne Rospars of Paris. —o— Drunkenness is on the increase in London, since the hours for the sale of alcohol were extended last Septem- ber, according to the Scotland Yard report. ■—o— ■ The Mexican Government will issue a highly important decree in a few days carryftg out an agreement with Ameircan oil men for payment of 40 'per cent of production taxes, it is learned authoritatively. ; —o— It has been officially announced in Rome that complete calm had been restored in Milan, Genoa and Ana- conda, where violent fighting took place between Fascist! and Commun- ists. Responding to the allied powers' note of July 31, the Greek Govern- ment says it decided to occupy Con- stantinople in order to bring about peace by means o£ deci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

,1 v:. m m 1 THE RUSK CHEROKEKAN i "The Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright by DOUBLEDAY, PAGE AND COMPANY BEN CHACHERRE. SYVOPSIS.-Durln* the helsht of the New Orleans carnival Beason Jachin Fell, wealthy though some- what mysterious citizen, and I>r. Ansley. are discussing a series ot rohbei'it n by an Individual known as the Midnight Masquer, who, in- variably attired as an aviator, has long defied the pi,lice. Joseph Mall- lard, wealthy hanker, is giving a ball that night, at which the Mas- quer lias 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 them to the ball. Lucia I^edanols, recently the ward of her uncle, Joseph Maillard, is the Columbine. At the ball, Bob Maillard, son of the banker, again proposes to her and is refused. !(<• offers to buy some of her property. A Franciscan monk interests her. He turns out to be Prince Gramont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

' 0mM <> & ■ p I ~* Cherokeean r published ever; Friday . Cherokee County, Texas wmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrn W. L. MARTIN Editor uidiPubltohw PHONE 3 16 ^ SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - - 1.M Six Months - - .7ft Three Months - - -40 This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on unyonu. Entered as second-clas* nnttter July Iti. 919, at the postoffice at Lusk. Texu>< unli- ke Act of March 3. 187P. i Matter intended for publication should be •lilted. 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 District Attorney: 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: P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM For County Judge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

Wnm ■m wim. iMrm What We Are Driviag At. What are we driving at in our industrial system in America? What are we trying to accom- plish? We know the rosy picture of the world certain revolution- ists always have painted as their ideal. They have been contemp- tuous of the poor and imperfect civilization the ordinary process- es of industrial life are producing. "What a wretched state of af- fairs industrialism creates," they have exclaimed. "Try our pill and see." And Russia is the out come. The industrial system has brok- en down lamentably in spots. It is in constant need of adjustment. It never works perfectly. You can always point to flaws in it. But, for that matter, as Joseph McCable says, civilization itself is only a thin film of idealism de- veloped on top of a million years of savagery. The svstem has two main pur- poses which in spite of its failures it has come nearer attaining than any artificial arrangement con- templated by the revolutionists. One purpose is to suppor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

' ' H/ ' • 1 -•" i. ■; ■' uncommon to hear the Dvernment blamed both for the failure of the conference at Genoa and for-the unsatisfac- tory issue bf the meeting at Tha Hague, Anti-French propaganda proceeds from England, from Germany, from Russia; from mon- archist, from socialists and from commercial interests. It is echo- ed by many persons in this count- ry, though it would be difficult to show how the French point of view differs from that consistent- ly held by our own government, or how it could have saved the Genoa and The Hague conference except by an explicit surrender of all its interests and principles to those of its numerous enemies. France finds itself in the posi- tion of a man- who has suffered simultaneously from afire, a high- way robbery and a defalcation; whose debtors refuse to pay what they owe, and whose creditors not only insist on collecting their claims but throw obstacles in the j way of his getting from his debt- ors the money with which to pay them. It ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

SflHHI Society and Clubs tftCrs. W. L. i%'Cartin, Editor, Phone 69 Rff^jp«nn« Honored. ( On acconnt of the death of the TheT. E. L. Sunday School of Mr- and Mrs- Thos- classof the Baptist church, as- j C°bble> whit* °^ur,red °n Tuesday night, 1 he Wednesday Club did not meet with .Mrs. F. sisted by all the lady members of the church, honored Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, with a picnic on the court house lawn, Wednes- day, Aug. 9th from 4 to 8 p. m. The business men's class of the church were guests and ev- ery man or woman who had a wife or hysaand who belonged to some other church, was request- ed to bring him or her along, so a goodly number was present. A regular picnic luncheon of fried chicken, sandwiches, potato chips, pickles, bread, and punch was enjoyed by all present. After all had eaten till they could eat no more, Bro. Behrman expressed the feelings of all in his address to Mr. and Mrs. Robin- son. When he said that we bid them goodby with t he hope that they will soon retur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

'M i i PP sft THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN These Men Will Purchase Sites for Post Offices i I I 'I HI L % M First steps have been taken by l'ostjnaster General Work to carry out the recently announced policy of govern- ment ownership of post-office buildings. Tnls picture shows the postmaster general and other olllclals with the fifteen Inspectors who had just arrived In Washington to be trained as real estate experts. They will be sent to various sections of the country to investigate property with a view to purchasing sites tor new buildings. John D. Enigma to Neighbors Richest Man Rarely Seen in Tar- rytown and is Guarded From All Questioners. GIVES CAMERAMEN A CHANGE Recently He Let Photographers Shoot Him to Heart's Content, but R - porters Still Are Barred— Stories About Dimes. Tarrytown, X. Y.—Is John D. Rocke- feller, passing the Indian summer of Ills life on his vast estate in the Po- cantico hills, at last letting down the barriers he has always raised against photographers and rep...

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