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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

WW THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN # • I { SUITS FOR YOUTHFUL FIGURES; BLOUSES FOR THE COLLEGE GIRL MARY GRAHAM. BONNER. • WUIGHT IT VIVTUN NlVWtl UNION - ■ ■■ — SOAPSUDS "Well, well," said "bo you're here, too, "Sitting on Cuff." the Susy Soapsud, Sammy," "S ii r i'." sh lit Sammy Soapsud, "I wouldn't miss a Soapsud re- union for any- thing." "What's a Soap- sud reunion?" asked Susy. "A reunion of the Soapsud fam- ily," said Sammy. "But I don't know what re- union means," said Susy. "I was always so bright and frothy with- out having to go to school that Mamma Soapsud said it wasn't worth her good soapsud money to send me." "Well. I didn't go to school myself," said Sammy, "unless you can say that I went to school in the washtub and learned my lessons from Prof. Dirty Clothes and Teacher Spots. "But I have heard ,the word re- union and so I use It. A family re- union. Susy, means a Joining together of tlie different members of the fam- ily." "Sewing up the Soapsuds?" asked Susy. "Oh no. oh no....

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 August 1922

•v- ' 0;m ?:-v IV'CSi'v :,J 1 II i I Hi m i ] I They're Very Popular I You know Heinz goods, 57 varieties, as the best of their lines 1 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 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 <the.> retain their goodness and freshness for a long time. See Us for Groceries, Fruiti 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? I DR. M. G. KAHN OF DALAS EYESIGHT SPECIALIST and OPTOMETRIST Will be in Rusk Wednesday, August 23d. AND EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY. Office at Moseley's Drug Store NOTICE, FARMERS! We have opened a Cre°."n Buying St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

■ v*h' Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922 NO. 8 K. K. K. CELEBRATES SAore Than Three Thousand Gather To Witness Local Klan's Large Class inittatiou.—Big Barbecue Follows. Circulars were distributed in the city and other points of the county Tuesday announcing a public initiation by the local Ku Klux Klan to be held that night. The circular stating: "The pub- lic is cordially invited to witness this event from a point on Prison Street near the iittle cemetery. We respectfully request and ex- pect each person to quietly and peacefully view these ceremonies from the place above mentioned." Accepting this invitation peo- ple afoot and in automobiles began to gather from every direc- tion hi.urs before the ceremonies were to start, and by the time the initiation ceremonies were begun a large crowd had assembl- ed to witness the strange sight. There were counted 225 auto- mobiles on Prison Street where the eager spectators were assem- bled. 040 ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

wmm THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN if- oMS 1 M Si I Texas Items The attorney general fcaa approved |75,000 issue of New Braunfels street fud bridge improvement bonds, 40s, 6b. Ai.^ust 29 has been designated w grades Day for Brownsville by the fall Merchants' Association. Arrangements are being made fof oolding the annual South Texas Fair Yoakum October 5 to 8. The fair romises to be one of the largest ever •Id. Cotton picking is now general throughout Washington County and joth grade and staple compare well arlth the product of the past two years. Harris County taxpayers will be aa- jessed 13c more on county taxes dur- mg the coming year. This, with the lie Increase in state taxes, will in- crease their payments 25c on the $100 raluation. Jefferson county commissioners hav# increased taxes 8 cents on the $100 raluation. To take care of the $2,000,- i)00 road bond issue the total state and county taxes will be $1,630,000 on a raluation of $92,000,000. Plans are being perfected for tba Jackson C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright 07 DOUnLEDAV, 1'ACiE AND COMPANY "A CARNIVAL JOKE" SYNOPSIS.—During tlie heifirlit of tile N«w .Orkaris ournival HeaHiiri Jac.hln Fell, wealthy though some- what mysU-riouB ritii'.cu, and Dr. Anrtley, are UiscuHHinic a s'Tli'H of robberies hy an individual known as the AI'dnigiu Masquer, why, in- variably attired aw an aviator, has long (iili'.il th<; i-' li,Toh;'P1i Mail- Ini* 1. w .ilM . banker, is giving a ball that ni lit, at whj. h • • Mas- quer has threatrm-il it. . 1 pear a'tt] rob tin* gu. ts. (•■i:ll mi! Vasl.-y, on their way to Iht alY.iir, in 1 a girl dressed a.! C-'lumbiin.', se aiing- ly known to l'Vil, but iii.im i i[ who accompanies them to tin ball l.tieie LedanoN. mi-. t1 1 ward of her uncle, ,]o.S"pk .\laillan!, m the Columbia'- \t the ball, Hob Mailiard. sort of tin? banker, n : iln proposes to her and is refused, lie offers to buy some of her property. A Franciscan monk liuen-.-ts her. He turns out to be I'rinc"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

\ "iu" -i'r : ,, BSSftj EB County, Texas L. MARTIN • and o Publisher OFFICE PHONE # SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year r - H.R0 Six Mouths - - .75 Three Months - - .40 This paper stops at expiration of subno- tion. No paper "forced" ou anyone. •ip- Entvred as seeond-chiss mutter .Inly lrt. 010, at t&e postoftice at itusk. Texas. under lie Act of March 3. 1870. t Matter intended for publication should bo 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 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 Commissioner Prct. No. 1: R. E. FINLEY LOUIS BUTLER For Public Weigher, Prect. 1: R. F. STAPLETON PEARL E. SIDES Donley Answers Marshall. Jacksonville, Texas, August 17...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

' = HP Society and Clubs Mrt. W. L. Martin, Editor. Phone 69 Banquet and Reunion at Rusk Jun- ior College. On last Thursday night, Aug. 17, Rusk College had one of the best and largest events in the his tory of this splendid institution. The occasion was to organize an Alumni so in the future they would be landmarks to refer to. At 8.15 the grand march was played by Guyon's band and the visitors, students and faculty all marched down the winding stair- way of the girl's elegant dormito- ry to the large dining1 hall where a banquet had been prepared fit for a king. Plates were laid for 200 guests. The tables were ar- ranged to form a T at the one President Baker and wife, Rev. Behrman and wife, with the board of trustees and toastmas ter, B. B. Perkins were seated. Mr. Perkins proved equal to the occasion; said "Rusk was indeed proud of the College and it was an honor to our little city to have such a splendid body of men and women at the head." Between courses the following toasts w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

uicide Doctor Writes of Dying k ' j 'Milwaukee Physician Calmly Re- iieslllts- 1 ' « notice >y condition, still I cannot make up my *! f I I | ' ll counts His Sensations as the Poison Works. TOOK 016 DOSE OF MORPHINE III Health and Business Reverse Made the Step Desirable, He Writes in Last Message—Ended With Cyanide. j mind to swallow t!n3 cyanide, and I lilive lit a cigar awaiting further In- crease of drowsiness and hope to be i:> soon able to coax me Into the inev- j j: itable. "7:4:> i>. in.—l am here, yet hesitat- 1 I i ing to talte this cyanide. My thnughts f j become blerred from the morphine and a sensation of supreme quietude reigns in me. If it was not for my he- loved wife, who just phoned. I would go on waiting, but 1 am afraid of too long a delay because a lapsing into un- consciousness might result it: lei tig saved by medical assistance. Ten minutes more and then (he end L-y cy- anide. "I am in no manner kept in sus- pense, just pleasantly and curiously w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

I \ <>ty.< -7 ^PiP'W ^wmr- 0 THE RUSK CHEROKERAN ^Vf,fV.VtA aufrt jftffs* :,%>g . CALOMEL GOOD BUT NEXT DOSE MAY SALIVATE It Is Mercury, Quicksilver, Shocks Liver and Attacks Your Bones. Cnlomel salivation Is horrible. It iwells tlit! tongue, loosens the teeth and starts rheumatism. There's no rea- son why a person should take sicken- ing, salivating calomel when a few cents huys a large hottle of Hudson's Liver Tone—a perfect substitute for calomel. It Is a pleasant vege';.ble liquid which will start your liver Just as surely as caiomel, hut It doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Calomel is a dangerous drug; be- sides, It may make you feel weak, sick and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dod- son's Liver Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No salts neces- sary. Your druggist says If yog don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts better than treacherous calomel your money is waiting for you.—Advertisement. BUSINESS COLLEGE A. R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 August 1922

toSHS*1 M < w B '■fiaM \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 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 U* 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. Lone Oak Lines. NOTICE, FARMERS! We have opened a Cream Buying Station with the Rusk Creamery and will pay the highest market price for your Butter Fat. Give Us a Trial METZGER BROS. DALLAS, TEXAS !% Variety Store ,J. L. t .ALL., Proprietor Don't fail to visit F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

w rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922 NO. 9 Institute Program, Rusk, Sept. 7-8. The following is thfe program which will be rendered at the Rusk Independent School Dis- trict Thursday: 9.00-9.15. Dtvotional exercis- es. 9.15-9.45. district. J. J. 9.45-10.20. of our The needs Bolton. School records and programs, Robert J. Garner. 10.20-10.40. . Recess. 10.40-11.15. Athletics in the school, C. E. Neve. 11.15-12.00. School laws that all teachers should know rind why, Miss Zilla Bussc-lle. 12.30-1.30. Noon. I.30-2.10. Our profession, P>. B. Baker, president Rusk Junior College. 2.10-2.40. Inters c h o I a s- t i c League, L. J. Garner and J. H. Hicks. 2.40-3.00. Recess. 3.00-3.30. The teacher's place on the playground, Mrs. J. G. Summers. 3.30-4.00. Co-operation of all the teachers as an essential ele- ment, Mrs. -1. E. Copeland. 4.00-4.30. The teacher and the pupil, Miss Annie Singlet::ry and Miss Juanita Reed. Friday. 9.00-9.15. Devotional...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

■ If'' W.%'- • ' ' ' • ' ■ THE RUSK CHEROKEBAN * r " ;||| =S Si! EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST Important news of the en- tire week -"educed for BU8Y headers FOREIGN— Russia is seeking guarantees tor peace with the border States which Vera formerly a part ot the Empire. —o— Erik Arentz of the Norweigian Le- gation in Washington has been ap- pointed Consul General to Melbourne, Australia. L/ong-dlstance wireless service from the Alps to New York has been es- tablished by the Radio Corporation of America. Messages will be relayed toy way of Paris. Major General William M. Wright commander of the department of the Philippines, has been ordered to Washington on account of ill health. "Major General Omar Bundy will as- sume command of the Philippine de- partment. —o— Currygane house in Longford, birth- place of the late Field Marshal Wil- son, was destroyed by a fire t>t in- cendiary origin. The house lately has been the home o£ Field Marshal Wilson's brother, James Mackay Wil- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

m m THE RUSK CHEROKEBAN i Ir }\ r te li Id |l- la [h br ill | id er |ir he1 a ie id |se- lot pre- rid liir [he kin- J 21 leir lli Is leo* hole |een lmf- roia JIIhb (fllll. IS ■oil 11- RPt Irons l'r a It lint nnd |11ied nu- the ly at lis in Leep nth The MARDIGRAS MYSTERY by RBedford-Jones Illustrations by Irwin Myers Copyright by Doubleday. Page and CotnpanJj "UPON MY HONOR!" SYNOPSIS.—During the height of the New Orleans carnival mason Jachin Fell, wealthy though Home- what mysterious citizen, and Dr. 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, 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 accompanist them to the ball. Lucie Ledanols, recently the ward of her u...

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

A weekly newspaper published every Friday moratuK at Busk. Otaeroke* County, Texas W. 1m martin Editor andDPubllsher OFFICE PHONE a i e SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year - - il-r>n Six Months - * - -W Three Months - - 40 Thlspapur stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on Hii.vonf. t 1H. Let France bring Germany to terms. She remembers the Fran- co-Prussian war. Of what benefit is the peace from the coal strike with the rail trouble yet hanging on? The Harding administration say they are ready to help Europe to get on her feet. But they are not ready to help in the right way by helping to make the League of Nations a stronger and better working organization. Foreign Governments Can't Pay the U. S. war Debts, so says news headings. The deuce they can't! Who won this war, any- way? had Germany been success- ful we ALL would have been so bnsy digging up indemnity we We are authorized to announce | WQuld have had no time t0 fight the following as candidates for , , , .. m...

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

Supplement to THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN, Sept 1, 1922 Wages and Living Cost. Much has been made by the railroad •strikers' charge that the railroad labor board has been basing the rates of pay upon a minimum rate of 23 cents an hour, $1.48 a day or $563 a year. It is a striking argument which pictures an American workingman and his family seated at table and asks, Can these live on $563 a year? A striking argument, but. is it.a fair one? No, and for several rea- sons. The labor board did not base rates of pay upon that 23 cent rate. That rate applies only to section men, the lowest paid form of railroad labor, and to section men in only a few small sections of the country. Section men un- der the recent decision of the board get from 23 to 35 cents an hour and the fact that the aver- age rate is 32.7 cents shows how few would cume under the 23 cent rate. Those few are on a small number of divisions of some south- ern and southwestern roads in places where costs of living is low and where ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

In u.; |ad in N ho Gt ILL Iggir pave Is ai do I she ba |r Pa lAItc th fr< KVe - If th. Bach liwaj It we id r lileb [)sen< light Iging has lurre 1 fuel Ions, [qua Ji Jill i (fact' )W. SUf in ai rrent of t . Dc Mers isidt An Appreciation. Editor Cherokeean: On the morning of August 23, as the first raya of dawn were painting with a soft glow the eastern horizon the spirit of J. W. Boozer took its flight. What a beautiful, peaceful hour in which to sink into eter- nal sleep. The death bed scene was as peaceful and as placid as the hour in which it took place. There waB no pain, no struggle, and a restful smile lingered on the face of him who slept. On the night before, with his family about him, he had plan- ned to take a holiday on t h e morrrow, and was cheerful and hopeful. The coming day did bring an eternal holiday, thus ending a life of industry and toil, though to J. W. Boozer work had no terrors; had never been a dis- agreeable task, but was a pleas ant mode of contributi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

■ Society and Clubs tXCrs. IV. L. JXCartin, Editor, Phone 69 Friday jBridge Club. The Bridge Club had an all day session at Mrs. Robert Hat- chet's Tuesday. At one a tempt- ing picnic lunch was spread. Those present were Mesdames Kerr, Vermillion, Doss, Norman, Stevens, Chas. Guinn, Wilkerson, Schluter, Hatchett; Misses Lois Guinn, Julia Perkins, Marjorie Dickinson. ! Grace Anna Kerr, her mother, i Mrs S. G Kerr, the Misses Lois ; Guinn, Pauline King, Fay ' Thompson, Louise Lester, Imo- gene Black, Josie Allen, Georgia | Alice Huston, Marion Copeland, Marion Mallard, Dorothy Shear- on, Mary D. Shearon, Mildred Shearon of Dallas, Iieaulah Al- len, Ottice Allen, Marion Spark- man, Julia Perkins; Mesdames Robert Hatchett, Efrbert Cope- land, James Kerr of Alto, El- dridge Gregg, Mary McDaniels of Martin, Tenn Spend the Day Party. Mrs. E. R. Gregg and Mrs J. H. Kerr entertained with a spend the day party at Mrs. Gregg's i the Wednesday Social home Saturday. The following Wednesday after...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

:Y~: YWm I y-' ' v,"; Kfflffi: "WM THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN GIRLS HEED CARE Mothers, watch your Daughters' Health *ge tab! Health Is Happiness Prom the time a girl reaches the _ of twelve until womanhood is es- tablished, she needs all the care a thoughtful mother can give. The condition that the girl is then passing through is so critical, and may have such far-reaching effects upon her future happiness and health, that It is almost criminal for a mother or guardian to withhold counsel or ad- vice. Many a woman has suffered years of prolonged pain and misery through having been the victim of thought- lessness or ignorance on the part of those who should have guiaed her through the dangers and difficulties that beset this period Mothers should teach their girls what danger comes from standing around with cold or wet feet, from lifting heavy articles, and from over- working. Do not let them over-study, ilf they complain of headache, pains in the back and lower limbs, they need a mother's ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

'• >}|| $ ill -SL- la THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN May Be the Vice President's Mansion I A( lust the vice president of tlie United States mny have an ofllrlnl home In the capital. According to rumors, this building, nenrlng completion at Sixteenth and Fuller streets, Is. to l>e the official mansion for the vice presi- dent. The architects have designed the Interiors so that they might he used for state occasions and the completed building wUl be modeled after an Italian villa. Mrs. Calvin Coolidge Is said to have already Inspected the house and passed favorably upon It. He Broke Monte Carlo Bank and Died Broke Paris.—Charles Deville Wells, the "man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo" and hero of the song heard wherever the English language was spoken In the early nineties, died in 1'aris re- cently In such abject poverty that his death passed unnoticed until more than a month after- ward. lie was eighty-one years old. Wells, after a record run of luck at Monte Carlo, soon-be- came a ban...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 1 September 1922

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