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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

£' \ The Stmt Called, Straight Enlightened selfishness is so vast an improvement over the other kind, that it deserves re- spectful recognition. But, after all, enlightenment tacked on self- ishness is only a pair of specta- cles that can but slightly im- prove hopelessly blurred and short vision. If the world wants to see any farther than just in front of his toes, it needs better vision than that. Enlightenment and selfishness can't go far to- gether. They don't match. "The Street Called Straight" is straight and wide, but it isn't straight enough or wide enough for those two. Yet, down that street the world must go, sooner or later, for it is the only thor- oughfare that leads anywhere ex- cept to swamps or deserts. There is one chart for it and its name is Enlightened Unselfish- ness. Enlightened Unselfishness doesn't imply the enthusiastic surrender of purse, watch and laundry to the other fellow. It doesn't even demand that we should turn the other cheek to an individual who h...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

i h jSJ&'i .v;,-\ -J •, , ■ ' ■ .i * . HHHDHB ' ' ' •*••• !'$ V J' '• "r • •'•'y.''* V W Ukl Powder I it m I I Is nil Dr. Price's ii the lastword in bak- ing economy No other high- grade hi powder is sol at such a moderate price Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking Powder not only produces food of the best quality,—it safeguards health as well because it contains none but wholesome ingredients. Try it to improve your baking at reduced cost. Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taste. Your grocer may have some of Dr. Price's left at the special offer recently made of 2 large cans for 30c—Ask him. Send for the "New Dr. Price Cook Book." It's Fref. Price Baking Powder Factory, 1001 Independence Boulevard, Chicago. Large can, 12 ounces, only 25c *■' rsr. Jhre You Ready for a Business Po- sition A few months in our institu- tion, the largest business univer- sity in America, will give you the Ij'EMAND FOR HELP; a re- training you need. Youc-annev- scaEffltfc .country wide investigation. er ma^e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

:iety and Clubs SUCn. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 idge Club. Mrs. Robert Hatchett was hostess to the Friday Bridge Club Thursday afternoon of last week. Two tables played. Mrs. Jim Kerr m^de high score and Miss Ethel Simmons low. Refreshments were served in one course to the club members Mesdames Jim Kerr of Alto, Le- na Guinn, Harmon Stevens, El- dridge Gregg, M. H. Schluter; Misses Lois Guinn, Julia Perkins and the guest of the club, Miss Ethel Simmons of Waco. Bachelor Girls Study Club Organiz- es tor the Year's Work. ed to $15.00. A most delicious two course luncheon was served to 34 ladies. Mesdames Simmons, Roten, Maness and Bolton were hostess- es for this occasion. Everyone expressed themselves as having a very enjoyable time. V d i Pattern Demonstrator Coming to Bolton Bros. Store. Mrs. Irene M. Corbin will be at Bob on Bros, store next Thurs- day and Friday, Sept. 28 and 29, and give demonstrations of The Deltor supplied with Butterick Patterns. Ladies are invited to co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

i r yt | Pf If ' S I' A*4 Pfl* <5,/'V AN . Kf%; ,Wmmw J ' #:'$ Vfe I! I i I ? w I u It Found Stomach Trouble wop the millions of unfortunate men nnd women who are victims of ■tomach trouble Is sounded by Wil- liam Hoylen, of 16 Sprint; St., Bristol, Conn. Mr. Hoylen was a victim of Stomach trouble in its worst form, but was completely restored to health by taking Tanlac. He says: ."For fifteen years I had attacks of stomach trouble, and hod been In bed for three weeks when I got Tanlac, but three hottles built me up fifteen pounds, and made a well man of me. I am now eating steak and onions, and feel Just fine in every way." Undigested food ferments In the stomach and soon the entire system Is filled with poisons. Tanlac was de- signed to restore the stomach to a healthy condition and buiid up the whole body. Millions everywhere have acclaimed Its wonderful power. Get a bottle today. Tanlac Is sold by all good druggists. —Advertisement. Not to Be Chdated. Grandfather and Betty we...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

* ■ IP' ■ f mmiwW' -tm THE RUSK CHEROKEKAN m Hoback Canyon Highway, Trail of Romance, Dedicated |L |te, Jjel I be lit!- to lod- lich (for Iful md kef ing our yon ay'< ens No Iren and thai d ol shop a ■ uuin rim 'e ol dresa i th« causa dveft leava day. turlng ny as tment 00 or jerous, uch ■■ fj Looking through one of the mountain rock formations onto the opening of a trail of romance—tlie Hoback Can- yon highway through the very heart of the West of old-time tradition, between Ilock Springs and Kemmerer. Wyo.. and the south entrance of Yellowstone National park, through tile Jackson's Hole region. The road was officially dedicated by Gov. Robert I>. Carey of Wyoming at a ceremony in which Congressman F. W. Mondell and other celebrities were participants. Tricks Cities Into Oblivion Prosperity and Activity of Early Days Hastened Decay of Once Noted Ports. NOW ARE DESERTED VILLAGES Erosion of Land, Due to Cultivation, Fills Once Navigable Streams and Despoils Soil of Its Fertilit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1922

W$y. If v" E CAN FEED YOUR FAMILY lite ? IraPai Bp?!': - lii S Is. ; I 'Hp t f .AND YOUR STOCK. i-n 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 «an 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. Bran, Gray and White Shorts, Corn, Corn Chops, Oats, Maize and Maize Chops, Hay, both Prairie and Alfalfa. In fact a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

Jm' p :%z he Rusk Cherokeean .5? VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922 NO. 13 V a e t r I I . L, ' I Help Advertise Rusk and Cherokee County Products. Opportunity is given at the East Texas Fair in Tyler to show to visitors what can be produced in this section of East Texas. It is seldom opportunity comes, just once a year, so why not take ad- vantage of it this time and make an exhibit? Mr. P. B. Musslewhite is going to give his time to see that this exhibit is advertised and that visitors shall know of our advan- tages. He will be right on hand to tell of Opportunities that await the farmer and others who desire to locate in East Texas. He should have a nice lot of ma- terial on display. We called your attention to this matter last week and now this week we want to again im- press you with the importance of bringing something to tiie Court House to send with the Rusk ex- hibit. You may have some un- usually fine potatoes, peanuts, cane, kaffir, corn, velv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

i K" I fi ■I; Sv~".:' f&mR";'•**■'•■*■■£■.■'■■:? .. "-rVwV- :,f -y'.*>, :: - — ■"- ■■';,i iW #S32 ■••- I ■"'■J > . '.A''iSrwIiFa ' . THE RUSK CHEROKEKAN Ml and nermanw* ekoebuaineaa on limited capital through || W.L. DOUGLAS MEW SALES METHOD RtU3mRMenrcS]rstea Mta's.Womsa's* Boys'Shoe* This DSW plan of distribution kw beea arrauaed fur Tour bountlt, and through ft Profits Arm GuaranteeJ W. L. Douglas shoes era the world's bsat-knowa trodo- fnarkad shoes. High quality, honest workmanship ooupled with low prioes and latest styles inaics easy sales and Quick turn-over of your (mall Investment. Pl ana Id express an 1 freight, 10 cents per pair allow- jti _,noe west of the Mississippi, and bonded M hour Shipping service help inorease profits and make targe Investments unnecessary. Write now foe catalog and full information. If there is do Douglas dealer in your town you may be awarded EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS COOK GOOD MEAL WITH SLOW FIRE Fireless Cooker Eliminates Ne- cessity of Hot S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN be the Lincoln's First Clash With Davis Interesting Historic Incidents Re- called by Rock Island's Sev- entieth Anniversary. FI6HT OVER RAILROAD RRIDGE Davis, as Secretary of War, Oppoaed Building of First Bridge Over Mia* •iaaippi—Lincoln Waa Attor- ney for Railroad. Chicago.—Wlien the Itock Island railroad celebrates, early lu October, the seventieth anniversary of the op- eration of Its first passenger truln one f the features having unusual his- toric Interest will be the placing of ft uiemoriul tablet on the only remain- ing pier of the tlrst railroad bridge to span the Mississippi river. Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Da- vis flgure<l importantly In tuts early project, Lincoln as counsel for the rail- road and Davis as secretary of war. The bridge was bitterly opposed by the river interests, who condemned it as u menace to navigation, and went so far as to attempt to burn it by set- ting fire to an ancient packet and per- mitting it to flout downstream an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

<54; ■ -?.' ^.m^r -fsSS '■ v SMF 4 I. r •• '■ V -'. W. L. MARTIN Editor uidiPttblWMr *■ > v' :. y > J #•'$ pfl,233.792 children of sehotwtfe Morning at Emk. OhwakM Oouuty, TeiM age in TeXaS, 1921. Total amount set aside for the education of a single child in Tex* office phone si® as up to 1921 was $7.50 per an- num. In 1921 this amount was in- creased to $14.(50; in 1922 this was reduced to $13.00. The Superintendent of Public Instruction in the State of Texas said: "The state laws declare that no child shall be deprived of his right to attend school, yet the total educational provision per child does not make it possi- ble to put this law into effect." Who Supplies the Money? In the State of Texas, there The question before the World j ^e an appalling number of white today is: Who is supplying the children who haye never seen the Turks with the funds to purchase ms,de of a sch°o1 houf • SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year - - tl-80 81x Months - * •" Three Months - - .40 This paper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

m ■di> IdK pic- lias led at /as lsi- | his in e |e in to out Jper- llike he of the Iked. Jifkin Is day rents lan. itur- Itined Society and Clubs Mn. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 Miss Mildred Goinn and Miss Flor- ry Goinn Entertain. Last week Thursday morning a number of the younger set were all day guests at the Frank Guinn home with the Misses Mildred and Florry Guinn as hostesses. The girls began early, killed and fried chicken, made their fruit salad, cake and ice cream, pre- pared the 'other things that go with fried chicken dinner, ar- ranged the table and at noon sat down and enjoyed the fruits of their labor. It was one jolly af- fair participated in by the Misses Thelma Finley, Helen Smith, Katherine Powell, Opal Greenlee, Roselyn Wightman, Evelyn Guinn, Violet Durrett and Mrs. Nell Winder Miss Helen Smith is Hostess at an All Day Party. Miss Helen Smith delightfully entertained a number of her friends with an all day party last week, Friday. Games, 42 and flinch, were ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

mwm m "... ' 4 'V '' '■* 1 •'45 : ■ i vSem ♦ TH1 RUSK CHKftOKKlCAy HP WMMMmm IMPORTANT NEW8 OP THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BU8Y READERS' FOREIGN— Enrico Caruso, son of the famous tenor, married Miss Elenor Cannesa last week. Her father was 11 close friend of the late singer, who is buried in the Canessa family tomb. The Jugo slav Cabinet has decided to throw the full force of its diplo- matic efforts to the side of Greece and prevent Turkey from re-establish- ing herself as an European power, it is learned semi-officialiy. The British Government has order- ed all small arm and ammunition factories in the United Kingdom to work twenty-four hours at full capa- city in preparation for any Turkish eventualities, according to news reach- ing private sources in Parts. Australia is loyal to the empire and desires to maintain the freedom of the Dardanelles, but she refuses to participate in any "filibustering expe- dition for the Greeks." Premier Hughes declared in a speech in the House o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN W 11 •. ,v,. -. , ' e Mardi Gras Mystery CHAPTER IX—Continued. "It can't be possible!" be muttered, bending farther over. "Such a thing happens too rarely—" HI* heart pounded violently: ex- citement sent the blood rushing to his brain In blinding swirls. Ho was gripped by the gold (ever that comes upon a man when he makes the as- tounding discovery of untold wealth lying at his feet, passed over and dis- regarded by other and less-discerning •men for days and years! It wns oil, no question about it. An extremely slight quantity, true; so .alight a quantity that there wns no film on the water, no discernible tuste to the water. Orumont brought it to lils mouth and rose, shaking his head. Where did It come from? It had no connection with the gas bubbles—at least. It did not come from the dome ■of water and gas. How long lie stood there staring Gramont did not know. His brain was afire with the possibili- ties. At length lie stirred into action and 8tarte<l up th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 September 1922

* Wfc * W- ■ — ms# ■ ■ -' T MM MM® "aSSS. ft ■■ r. ■ ■.-?!'■''-m■:''V";'"'5 H;rww^' '** „-r5\ /„ , | /,• „ feV, v-v vS^.wSft *4P? v< 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. Sir an, Gray and White Shorts, C/Orn, C...

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

"% ■ ' • ' > The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1922 NO. 14 JEWEL THEATRE Saturday, October 7th. Another One of Those Big Double Shows Special, orchestra music Prof. Guyon's 5-Piece Orchestra will play for the night show starting at 7.15. LARRY SEMON In his very latest Knockout 2-Reel Comedy "A PAIR OF KINGS" You'll laugh till your sides hurt at this one. and "The Golden Silence" A Picture of the Bit; Outdoors with an Al! Star Cast. We Call This Combination of Pictures and Music, Some Show. PRICES lOc and 35c. Matinee 1.30 : : : Night 7.IS Ample Water Supply. Rusk has ample water now for all purposes and the public can rest easy on the wat< r question for some time, so we are inform- ed by Mr. Duncan Wiggins. He states rhat only for four days was the branch water used after which the wells gave sufficient supply and have since been ade- quate for all needs. This well water is that which has been us- ed for years by the town and is of go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I Bi I bbd^kTw1 NEW YORK GIANTS WIN NATIONAL iLEWSIIE CHAMPIONSHIP is that dull, nagging backache mak- ing it hard for you to get around? Are you lame, sore and tortured with aharp, rheumatic painu? lt' time, then, you gave Home attention to your kidneyn! A persistent backache is ofteu Nature'^ first signal of kidney weakness. You may have headaches, dizziness and annoying bladder irregu- larities, too. Kidney troubles, if treat- ed early, are usually easily corrected. Begin now with Dodn'a Kidney Pills. Doan's have helped thousands and should help you. Ask your neighbor 1 A Texas Case Sam Vtllareai, Flortavllle, Texas. say«: "My back Just ached all the time and X became run down. My kid- neys acted Irregular- ly. too .freely, and then again the pas- sages of the kidney secretions would be too scanty. A doctor recommended fioan's Kidney Pills to me. I used tbem. I was cured of all the trouble." Gat Daw's •« Any Stan, 60c • Bos DOAN'S VS3.V FOSTER-M1LBURN CO.. BUF...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

IHKg H|:^v I ' _ THE RUSK CIIEROKEEAN after every meal adds a zest and helps digest One five cent package of Wrigley's contains a beneficial after dinner treat for the whole family. It gives delight and keeps teeth white. It's a satisfying sweet. Wrigley's is cleansing, cooling and soothing to mouth and throat Lasts long-costs little—does much. Wrlgley's Is made clean and comes 1o you clean, wholesome and full of flavor in Its wax wrapped package. S0vm trim wi«S T*.Wr arm good for vmluablm &r*miuma WHIGLEY'S F. K. lit the new sugar-Jacketed gum. All Wrlgley's benefits and an extra treat lor your "sweet tooth." 1 "My beau he is particular, About the way I'm dressed. So Maggie lues Faultiest Starch, So I can look my beat." m The recipe for perpetual ignorance! Ik to he satisfied with \our opinions i .•mil foment with your knowledge. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It Applicants for Insurance Often Rejected. Stagnation. "Have the various conferences you participated...

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

/ 'mmfr Cherokeean r newspaper published every Ffl4 y at Rusk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN ■MM tor and iPubllsher OFFICE PHONE a i e SUBSCRIPTION HATES Oue Year - - tl.*0 Six Months • - -T8 Three Months - - -40 This paper stops ttt expiration of mibwilp tlon. No paper "force']" mi ii.ii.vimi*. Entered as mcoihI-cImbk inatier .luly l'l. •1«, at the poatofficu at Uti k. Ti'xas. under he Act of March 3. 1879. I Hatter Intended for publication should bo signed. Address matter for tin1 newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. It is On Agin, Off Agin, Gone Agin, Constantine, over in Greece Governor Hardwick of Georgia has appointed Mrs. W. H. Fel- ton, aged 87, as senator to serve in place of Thomas E. Watson until a successor can be elected. He then announced himself as a candidate for the unexpired term and will make the primary race for the nomination. Louis de Blanc of France made 213.75 miles an hour in his air- plane last week. He predicts that in ten years airplanes will ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

i — 4 J ■ •' " ' v- ''V,; tl::-- -- • «>--•. • JV« I J S i JOB IN HISTORY IHiad System to Be 1(0,004 •WtMi To Include Texas. faco, Texas.—The highway co program of. the Federal iment to the biggest project ol kind in history, much bigger than > project to build the (Panama Ca 4M> aeoording to a statement issued the Texas Highway Association tentative program of the tent contemplates the con on of a national system ot Jttgbways, composed of the varioui jfVbrt# systems, comprising seven pet rCMnt ot the total post road mileage r4f *he United States," says the •Cerument. "It will include about miles ef improved highways, E£JM>0 of which would be in Texas, n will cost approximately $3,00v,000,- and will probably require fifteen .Jeaj'i to complete." Tbe Federal Government proposes te pay half of the cost cf construct- fnv 'ibis system, requiring that the |6&ale shall pay the other half in e*r-b case, and that the State shall maintain the roads after they are built. flu T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

■ iff ^ wvlMnr flr iffiMirSi E, 9 jnlfiirVTPr where CREAME I . •." ■ .• • , --v.-,i% " k \ KlfpIW ' ? WPfv *•!% •*# ■ . wpi S. UEWU. _ tuc lUMauiocvurc xce Cream from Home Products and solicit fpe patronage of Rusk people for the product. We sell Ice Cream in any quantity, from 1 gallon up, and deliver to any part of the city. When you have a party, en* tainment, or other fnnction and need Ice Cream, we will be pleased to serve you. Guaranteed to be fully up to the standard required by the Pure Food Laws, and a wholesome cream that you will enjoy. .The Place to Buy Meats~. Is at a market where every convenience for caring for meats has been provided. In summer time ice is an absolute necessity in keeping meat for your use. We have the necessary conveniences and keep meats at the proper temperature. We handle the BEST of GROCERIES and ask for a Share of Your Patronage in that line MURDOCK & ELLIS Phone 169 We Arc Prompt "The Flower of the Family" Can be fed on the Flour we carry....

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