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

Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922 NO. 10 Baseball in France. Interesting news comes from La Belle France. Baseball is be- ing introduced into the schools of that country. It promises to be- come the national sport. Popu- larity of the game over there may be attributed to American sol- diers who. during the late un- pleasantness, indulged in this ex- citing sport behind the firing-line, while they were waiting to be sent into action. The French must have looked on with envi- ous admiration. To see Ameri- can boys, wrougnt up over an umpire's decisions, wildly gestic- ulating and making threatening demonstrations must have ap- pealed to the Gallic mind as be- ing quite home-like in its effer- vescing emotional ism. Should baseball become com- mon sport in France, American tourists traveling in that country will have keen deiighi in watch- ing the game as the French would play it. Ti.ere should be thrills in abundance as progestin;! play- er...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1922

Ull THE RUSK CHBROKEKAN ( Hit Handicap*. ; "Well, no; I reckon not," replied 0*p > Johnson of Rumpus Ridge, to the ap- peal of the able editor of the Tum- Mnville Torch of Liberty. "I'm taking • paper now that one of my kin over In Oklahomy sends me, and It'a durn nigh working me to death. What with being puny now and ag'ln getting down In the back every once in a wlille, and having more or less work to do, I kuln't keep ketched up with my reading no way 1 can Ux It. As 'tis, I just sorter pile up the papers as they come, and read from the bot- tom of the stuck as I get time. But at that, I'm Just to the middle of last March, and the outlook hain't special- ly promising for my ever arriving up even."—Kansas City Star. Wins Trade Through Music. A music dealer on East Forty-sec- ond street, New York city, has a novel scheme of attracting attention to his photograph and record display, re- ports the New York Sun. In the front window he placed a phonograph with the horn flush against...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1922

BM^SWi^WWBWB^WwBjgE^J -.7' 5, ,- ■-.wsilPF Bwprilsl ffi/rtli&b* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I has llose Irs// ■32- llet, Th« ■Lloyd ■g. Co. |>U C(.) . Mick. |« your ■ of the- se chri At ■on pay* j art lelee |i*r Plc- Voman'e |f Oak- Rohde, ■per QUtm J 'ill fooil fnt dein- tllvee factories. |lr plan If vour Albert m. Colo. IP Lin jar i 25c. danmr- ttle of «s. Cow . C Ulo« >rn fa*. ^ Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright t>v OOUBLFDAY PA(i£ AND COMPANY CHAPTER VII— Continued. —11 — "Very well. I>o not plnn to wenr any Jewels. Lucie. I have a set in lend you for the occasion—no. not a gift. merely h loan for the sake of Comus. They are very nice pearls; a little old fashioned, because they were mounteil for the I'rincess de l.iiinbulle. but you will Ituil that they tit in ex- cellently with your gown. I'll hring them with use when I call fur you—" "And I'll tender fitting thanks then. One thing more: Henry Gramont Is going to see you after luncheon, I think—on busine...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1922

ily newspaper publUuea every * rlaay Tex W.L.MARTIN Editor and z Publisher OFFICE PHONE 8UB8UHIPTION KATES One Year KB- S1.W Six Mouths - - .75 Three Moutbs 40 This paper stops at exttimtton of sulseilp* tion. No paper "force ■ n anyone. Entered as secoud-c;is* matter July 10. tl®, at the postoffice at Husk. Texas, *jnoei be Act of March 8. 1HTV«. i Matter Intended for inl'lCHilon should It' Signed. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Lane Thanks Voters. Gallatin, Texas 9, 4, '22 To the Voters of Cherokee Co.: I cannot express to you i n words, my appreciation of the splendid support I received in the recent primaries, and the large majority in the second. I shall faithfully endeavor to meet the responsibilities of the office of Representative to which you have nominated me. To this end I shall be glad to confer with any of the people relative to desired legislation. Respectfully yours, J. P. LANE. Sheriff's Sale. T11E STATE OF TEXAS I Count* of Cheroke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1922

% Irith I ion IliOD linfi at leld }he |ac- in Ifew [een at lusi- peek 10- I, 4i Ider. nes- los- The and the can Society and Clubs- iTfCrs. IV. L. Jftartin, Editor, Phone 69 Sunday School Party at Club Lake. A. jolly crowd of young people, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Beall, drove out to the Club Lake Monday evening. A good time was had playing games, t ell- ing storiesand swimming. Tues- day morning after a sunrise break- fast the young people returned to town. The following were the participants; Girls: Lottie Fitts, Daisy Fitts, Kathleen Wallace, Katherine Harbison, Pearl ie Williams; Boys: Thomas Fitts, William Fitts, Chesley Copeland, Lewis Copeland, Osborn Siayden, Edwin Guinn and the chaperons Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Beall. Shower for Miss Grace Anna Kerr. A very delightful Bridge party was given Friday afternoon at the A. 0. Lester home, honoring Miss Grace Anna Kerr a bride elect, with the Misses Louise Les ter, Pauline King and Fay Thompson as hostesses. Miss Lois Guinn made...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1922

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Marcel Bad but Will Try Again «- French -Orphan, Mascot of A. E. F. Brigade, Determined to Be American Citizen. MS BEEN DEPORTED TWICE Returna as Sailor, Deserts Ship and Enlist* in United States Army, but Will Be Sent Home a Third Time. San Antonio, Tex.—Petted as the (□ascot of a brigade of the American *rmy in Prance, Marcel Jules Dupuys, ) French orphan hoy, longed to be- jorae a citizen of the United States. Through a series of misfortunes he Is |iow In Jail here pending the arrival pf a steamship at New York which shall carry him back to France. His deportation has been ordered by the government. Although he has bad many adventures during the. last few years, Jules Is still a boy. He de- clares that his determination to make this country his home has not been changed and that lie will come over again as a stowaway the first chance he gets. The recorded history of the boy he- San when a government transport re- turning to the United States In lOlfl was found...

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

V": mt "BOSSY." of Prac- ■ - i SSSSHB . amous Pastry Chef ' 'at Tasty Bran ri h ticftl Value, it discussion of the prop- and value of vitamines has emphasized the importance of the «■ of;plent.y of good rich cream and butler. Dairying has be- •cocne one of the most important £anm industries. Modern mar • loetm^ methods have reduced the drudgpry of the dairyman and put the small producer in posi- tion to sell his daily "crop" in JbuTkatthe shipping station in- --Bfcead of peddling it a quart at a; time. Imprpved methods in dai- rying are constantly being intro- j "duced, and the dairy column up | .pearing. regularly in the Chero-' keean is one of the means by j which this is accomplished. JSP* V.'; v '/m i — mm To Wipe Herrin Stain Off Her Es- cutcheon Illinois stands "greatly misjudg- ed and shamefully maligned ' be- fore "ijhe nation and the world :>> to iisjattstude toward the Herrin massacre and steps wiuch are be- ing taken l br:ii;; those involved to. justice, Attorney Ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

Fhe Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922 I A LONG FELT NEED AT LAST A REALITY* We have just made arrange- men s with Messrs. Frank Sher- man, Ben Pry or, Pete Mussle- white, T. W. Kirkland and Rusk College to open up a New Addi- tion south of Rusk and contingent to the College. It is to be known as College Addition. We have been working on the proposition for the past year, and it is now a reality. The road leading from Mr. Ben Pryor's to the College is to be made a 60-foot street, is to be graded and bridged, and it is our intention to take the matter up with the City Council and see it we can induce them to extend the water line out that distance. The lots are to be 75x150 feet, fronting north and south on Col- lege Street. Wo are going to sell them at the very reasonable price of $125.00 each. Mr. Sherman and others are contemplating building several nice little Bungalows in the near future 1o take care of the many families now wanting t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

•tt 4 mm,' Mi |fp I^S, •«•;;; THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN W^iS1- 4 ,-V- S £"te,r f MIKING CONICAL HOOP FLY TRAPS One Shown in Illustration Ap- pears to Be Most Efficient. PTE EASILY CONSTRUCTED nil telling you "Chew it after every meal" The Perfect Gurri Made of purest materials— In. modern, sanitary, sun-lit factories No expense spared to make it wholesome and full of flavor- Wax-wrapped and sealed to keep it good: VVRIGLEY'S is bound to be the beat that can be made! It's good— and good for you aiding digestion whitening teeth clearing breath Soothing to over- wrought nerves and a general pick-me-up. It Consists of Screen Cylinder With Frame Made of Barrel Hoops—Total Cost of Material If Bought Should Be About $1. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) A fly trap, which appears from ex- renslve tests made by the United States Department of Agriculture to •>e best for effective trapping, durabil- ity, ease of construction and repair, snd cheapness, may be made as fol-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

—« — .„• r-y ■ - THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN SRSPwv PPPwhw0 '• ■';. *<*&■-.. ._. 7 ITIC PLAT- FORM IN FULL / e> B IB iO San Antonio, Texas—The platform M adopted fv the State Democratic ponventioil follows: 1. The Democracy of Texas in con- vention assembled, renews the pledge «f party fealty to those grand princi- ples for the protection and advance ment of organized society, formu- lated by Thomas Jefferson and as exemplified by the long list of illus- trious party leaders in the Nation and State whose patriotic and capable public service has marked the pro- gress of the Government of the United States. We hearlHy Indorse the adminis- tration of Governor Pat M. Nell for Its wise, economic and constructive policy and we especially commend the earnest efforts that have been made by him to suppress lawlessness in every form aad his fearlessness in up- holding the Majesty and dignity of the taw. We commend his determi- nation that tlie violation of the law should tie followed by a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

Mean; t newspaper publitbed every Friday Busk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L MARTIN Editor uidtPubll*liar Sheriff • Sale. FFIOK PHONE ate SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - * It.50 Six Months - - -•> Tim-* Months - - 40 This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on aiiyott'1. Entered as second-class matter July 1'*. 919, at the postoffice at Husk. Texm*. inriof he Act of March 3, 18TO. I Matter in tended for publication should be •igned. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Angling for the finny tribe is great sport, but catching them gives greater satisfaction. The weather of Tuesday dem- onstrated that we can have most glorious and exhilarating atmos- phere right here in East Texas. It's all right to Say It With Flowers on some occasions but the success of certain big firms like Sanger Brothers indicates that they used some judgment and said some things With Print- ers Ink. The weather still continues to favor the cotton picker and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

'' Society and Clubs vXCrs. W, L. SMCartin, Editor, Phone 69 Mrs. Lee Guinn Entertains the Wednesday Club. The Wednesday Club .m l :i number of friends enjoyed u very pleasant afternoon playing the club game 42 at the hoin of .V Lee Guinn Wednesday aflermcn. Mrs. Hill Fitts made the highest score of the club member?; r.r.d Mrs. Alec Ford of the guests. Mrs. Charles Guinn, Miss Flor- rie Guinn and Miss Mildred Guinn assisted in serving refreshments. Miss Dorothy Jane Guinn punch- ed. The club members present were: Mesdames W. E. Sloan, Tom Mallard, H. H. Pi'arr, F. M. Priest, W. H. Shook, Frank Guinn, W. L. Martin, Thomas Shearon, Hill Fitts, Louis B :t- ler, Sam Smith and the hoste-c; guests were Mesdames J. 0. Coupland, Jack Taylor, I!. F. Rogers of Mississippi^ A. Ford, Tom Singletary, Charles Chap- man, E. J. Rateman; Misses Le- la Reeves, Nora Miles of Little Rock, Opal Greenlee. Marriage Licenses. Tin; following marriage licens • - 'Aero granted by County ■l<\ \l Priest from...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

p=== * ebm ( ! v I1 epitomized news of especial interest IMPORTANT NEW8 OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READER8 FOREIGN— The Japanese cruiser Niytaka, which sank off the Kamchatka coast Aug. 26, carried 320 officers and men, according to a cable from Toklo. —o—■ Japanese military evacuation of Siberia has started. The transport Kumamoto took the flrst contingent of troops to Japan. The second trans- port is scheduled to sail soon. The Kilauea Volcano is in eruption and a flow of lava is reported on the aouth side of the Salemaumau fire pit In the same location as the outbreak last July. —o— Don Etnllllo Bacardi, maker of the famous Bacardi rum, died in Santigo, Cuba, recently. He was 78 years old. Bacardi was the flrst Mayor of San- tiago atfer the American intervention. " —o— Captain Roald Amundsen, Norwe- gian explorer, has definitely aban- doned for this year bis plan for an airplane flight from Northern Alaska across the North Pole to Spitzbergen,- or Grant's Land, but pla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

mwmlWF^ •• ••'• J6BI5P3B , rifK = THE RUSK CHEROKEESAN '— hfa end I well The MARDIGRAS ^ MYSTERY by 'KBedford Jones Illusirations btj Irwin Mtjers Copyright by Doublcdcuj Page and Compantj CHAPTER VIII—Continued. —12— "Ah, here are Fell nnd Ansley!" ex- claimed Muillurd. ulmost with relief. ••I—uli—ray friends, I don't suppose you've seen Bob recently?" Ansley wns silent. Juchtn Fell, liowever, responded with a cold nod of assent. "Yes," he Raid In his peculiarly tone- less manner. "Yes, we have. At least, ] believe It was be " "I'm worried," said Malllard. anxi- ously. hurriedly, lie made an express- ive gesture of despair, "lie's in cos- tume. of course. I've been given to understand that—well, that he has been—well, drinking." "lie bus," said Jnchin Fell, without Any trace of compassion. "A number of the Krewe are occupying one of the rooms in the building, and they must have been visiting It frequently. 1 trust for your sake that the fart hasn't become generally known in- side?"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1922

: ' SJh mi ' ' i m WE can FEED your family .and your stock. In the T. J. STOVALL STORE you will find the most complete .General Line of Groceries* in the city. The quality is the best money can buy and priced so you can live. If you appreciate quality you will appreciate our stock of Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables in their season are here for you too and you will find the best of the market's offerings on sale here. Our huge refrigerator is used to properly preserve those items that the hot weather might damage. We want to give you goods in the best possible condition, hence we have one of the best refrigera- tors that money can buy. FLOUR AND FEED Our line of flour and feed is certainly a good one. We can feed the family; we can feed the horse, the cow, and the pig. and we have not forgotten the chickens. You can find it here. Hran, Gray and White Shorts, Corn, (jorn Cnops, Oats, Aiaize and Maize Chaps, Hay, hoiPrairie and Alfalfa. In tact a com- plete line of Feedstuff's. We wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

Rusk Cherokeean wr: I . ■ I-' VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKKE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1922 Should Take Advantage of the Ty- ler Fair. Rusk should have an exhibit at the Tyler t"air next month, Oct. 10 to 14 inclusive. It will pay in many ways to do so, and one of the big ways in which it will pay will be to induce more people to come here ^o till the soil, raise chickens, and pigs, and cows and truck and berries, and some of the many things Rusk soil is adapted to. We have too much idle land and need the in- flux of new blood to help push development. At the fair held in Tyler there is opportunity to show the peo- ple who visit it what, we produce, and when they see what is grown and investigate conditions they will find land selling at prices they can afford to pay and they may come and see it. It is true that renters in some places pay as much in rent in one year as is asked here to;- first payment on farms; and o:i these farms they can make their living and, if industrious, pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

V - . • ■ " ■ . xgm . fln&K fc 1/ if mt"' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Wfw m.' OF I ESPECIAL INTEREST .Important news of the en- tire week reduced for busy readers foreign— Fully 1,500,000 farmers ot Japan have no land ot their own. , —o— The Russo-Japanese conference at Chang Chung has been resumed, ac- cording to word received in Tokio. Former President Venizelos stated, thru Secretary Nichalopoulos that he would return to Greece if the people Insist upon It. Eventual solution of the Near East problem is likely to include the re- turn of Adrianople to the Turks, plac- ing the largest portion of Thrace under Turkish control, but leaving the Dardanelles still open. —o— A plot to overthrow the Moscow Soviet Government has been discover- ed and many prominent Russians have been arrested, according to word from Helsingfors. It is said disorders have broken out. Details of the anti- Soviet conspiracy were not given. Six of Great Britain's warships are to be scrapped in accordance with the ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

upi ■ <r.''-y (p: I lppfc?f v"':;i?;; ■'"/ '" :'i:" "•" '* THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN The Mardi Gras Mystery r By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright by Doubleiiuy, Page & Co. CHAPTER IX—Continued. —13— "Books be d—il!" snorted the chief, and loaned forward earnestly. "Look here, Fell! Do you believe in your heart that Maillard killed his father?" Fell was silent a moment under that Intent scrutiny. "From the evidence. I am forced against my will to believe it." be said nt last. "Of course, he'll lie able to prove that ho was not the Milsquer on previous occasions; his alibis will take care of that. Up to the point of the murder, his story is all right. And, my friend, there Is a cliance—a very slim, tenuous chance—that Ids entire story is true. In that case, another person must have appeared as the Masquer, which seems unlikely—" "Or else," put in Hen Chacherre, smoothly, "the real original Masquer showed up!" There was an instant silence, .la- chin Fell regarded his henchman with steady gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

1 every FrW y anty, TexM I ) 1 - ate IPTION 11ATB8 (Year - - II.W Six Months ' - .75 Three Months - .40 1 atop* at expiration of subsorlp- So paper "forced" on anyone. Bntereil as second-cUs- ruiitt^r .luly ! US, at the postofBce at. Husk. Texu . unfler M Apt ot March 8. 1 7S. I Matter Intended for publication should be •IgMd. Address matter forth** newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Isn't it nice when an election can result in making both sides optimistic? The election i n Maine went republican, which pleased the campaign managers of that party greatly, but the majorities were so much reduced that Chairm: n Cordell Hull of the democrats was greatly elated as it shows to him that even in a j rock-ribbed republican state like Maine it is possible for the vot- ers to become aware of the disap- pointments of republican rule j and many of them vote for the j opposing candidates. We're not supplying the Turks j with any money, we would soon-1 er have an auto. Rusk isn't sup- plyi...

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