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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

•f ii yVftflt Ifr 'tfiirTfift rtV f trffflr BtffHfati r -: ikr*---r<M-' f. ln¥J.i; ] Society and Clubs <71fra. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 Entre Non>. Mrs. Harmon Stevens enter- tained the Entre Nous Tuesday afternoon. Sweet grass vases were given for high score to Mrs. Frank Coupland of the club and Mrs. Clyde Priest, a guest. Mrs. Stevens was assisted by her sis- ter, Mrs. Earl Dixon in serving. The club members present were: Mesdames Carl Sherman, Charles Kerr, T. E. Tabb, Frank Coup- land, Charles Moseley, James Perkins; guests, Mesdames Chas. Chapmap, Clyde Priest, Tom Mallard, Dick Mallard, Stanley Ernest Wei-1 The Price of Knowledge. The subscription price of this paper is $1.50 per year. There- fore it will cost you $1.50 a year— To know what your neighbors are doing. To let them know what you and yours are doing. To know what our public offi- cials are doing, and how they are performing the duties for which we pay them. To know what our schools are doing, and ho...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

mn?w. ? wjp? w - wilf ■ I „||p «'■ BskS.'':': KSSSREkI > THE RUSK CHEROKEfcAN One Good Merchant in Every Town c*n establish a profitable and permanent •hoe business on limited capital through the W.L. DOUGLAS NEW SALES METHOD i RetailersReser* •System ( Mta'a.Women'tft 6oy« 8hoet This aow plan of distribution has bean arranged for your benettt, and turough it Profits Are Guaranteed W. L. Douglas shoes are the world's best-known trade- marked shoos. Utah quality. honest workmanship ooupled with low prioes and leteetj styles make easy sales and 5 qulok turn-over of your small investment. paid sxprees and freight. 10 oeuu per pair allow- anoe west of the Mississippi, and bonded 24 hour shipping serrtoe help increase profits and make large investments nuneoessary. Write now for catalog and full Information. If there is no Douglas dealer In your town you may be awarded EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to handle this great national ly advertised product. Any dealer who sells shoes caa increase his pro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

S5®!§&■ ■ THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN KpiM , ■ V 1 Aspirin Say "Bayer" and Insistl Unless you see the name "Buyer" on package «r «n tablets you are not get- ting the genuine Bayer product pre- ■scribed )>y physicians over twenty-two years find proved safe by millions for folds Headache Toothache Lumbago Hi; ra che Rheumatism Neuralgia Pain, I'aln Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" only. Kach unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug- gists also sell bottle's of 24 ami I do. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mononeeticncldester ol Salicylic-acid.—Advertisement. Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright bv • D0U1I.FDA Y . PA(.« AND COMPANY CHAPTER X—Continued. —15— Whatever had happened. Hammond Aad evidently not been easily cap- tured. His countenance was some- what tin tiered, and the one captor who wore a collar was bleeding copiously from a cut cheek. The three turned as Crainont's ear drove up, and Ham- t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 6 October 1922

i1P 4 , I piWipMHWil m ■w? j . e ■ CAN FEED YOUR FAMILY I " •' ■ - .AND YOUR STOCK. ■ « mi In the T. J. STOVAIX 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. Bran, Gray and White Shorts, Com, Corn Chops, Oats, Maize and Maize Chops, Hay, both Prairie and Alfalfa. In fact a com- ple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

T The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, ir^ NO. 15 Loit Game but Played Good One. Rusk Hi football team put up a good game of hall at the Tyler Fair Tuesday when they met Ty- ler Hi and lost by a score of 7 to 6. They have but little to apol- ogize for in their playing, tho at one or two points it might have been possible (barely possible) for them to have done it better. They met a heavy bunch of good players and they played the game well .and came off the field with a realization of a game well fought, and especially was it well fought at one point where Tyler was within a few inches of mak- ing a goal and was fought back and made to lose their seeming success. It looked to us that Rusk in a measure feared the weight of Ty- ler team and Tyler feared the speed and quick head work of Rusk and each were afraid to make open plays and so confined the game to the good old-fash- ioned pounding and driving the line. We heard numerous very favorable c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

w; i mm THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WiW : ;.5v, ! m i I # i i i E r _ _ I! 11 SOUR OB UT BNOKESTED instantly! End Flatulence, Gas, Heartburn, Indigestion Chew a few! Stomach fine! So pleasant, so Inexpensive, m Quick te settle an upset stomach. The moment "Pape's Dlapepsiu" reaches the stomach all pain and distress from Indigestion or a sour, gassy stomach vanishes. Millions know its magic. All drug- gists recommend this harmless stom- ach corrective. What's u. fine person or a beauteous face unless deportment gives them graceT Important to All Women Readers of This Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or tlie result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy con- dition, they niay cause the otlier organs to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, head- ache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irri- table and maybe de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

.''UV'O "■ "$■ . fr"1 ' - , ' - ' . „''':■ ■: <, .■• # ™ ' fc1 ^'' vfe ■' ' J, -; . Hp ■ a^MBSSii '■■', ■ . . JtfMf i THE RUSK CHEROKEEsAN \ $& 'M I- MARDIGRAS MYSTERY btj 'HBedfordiJoiies Illustrations btj Irwin Myers b' ^ Copyright by Doublcday Page and Company ,S CHAPTER XI —16— The Gangsters. Gramont left the covert and walked forward. He was thinking about that odd mention of Jachln Fell—had Cha- cherre lied In Buying he had come here on his master's business? Perhaps. The man had come In Fell's oar. and would not hesitate to lie about using the cur. For the moment Urnmoui put away the circumstance, hut did not forget It. He walked openly toward the Hum- berts buildings, thinking that lie would iiave time for a good look around the place before dusk fell; lie would then get off for Hnutna and attend to Ham- mond's defense. As for the place before him. he was convinced that it was abandoned. Had any one. other than Chiicherre and Ids two friends been about the build- ings...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

■■HHH .r'. *" fe .- i I $ K II ; 1 I ' 1 •I I ,t7' r flv Etrf?vWS9 •very Friday EM County, Texas . «- MARTIN ■nd oPubllahcr 8 16 SUBSCRIPTION IIATK8 One Year - $l. 0 Six Months • - .75 K Three Months « - 40 This paper stops at oxplrutlon of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on unyouu. Entered as second-elans matter July 16. tit, at the postoffice at Rusk. Texas, under he Act of March 3. 18W. i Matter intended for publication should be •Igned. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. It Csn't Be Done. % We notice in a metropolitan newspaper an editorial heading: "Humanizing War." We are contending that it cannot be done. War is not humanizing and it cannot be made humaniz- ing. It is a relic of dark ages, a means of acquiring by force that which some are too lazy to ac- quire by labor. There is an old German proverb, which we pre- sume the Germans overlooked in 1914, which says: A great war leaves the country with three ar- mies: An army of cripples, an army ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

' 'JSksf toflMGiF IfsM 0 Society and Clubs i%Crs. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 Big Party at W. E- Sloan Home. One of the largest parties of the season was given by Mrs. W. E. Sloan at her home last Thurs- day. Seventy-four invitations were issued. Many tables were arranged in the spacious rooms for the popular game 42 a n d beautiful prizes were given, for the high and low score to Mrs. . Jim Summers and Mrs. Ed Sum- mers. A two course luncheon was served following the games. Wednesday Club. Mrs. W. E. Sloan entertained the Wednesday Social Club on Wednesday with a dinner 42 par- ty. The table appointments were beautiful; covers were laid for ten and the dinner served in two courses by Miss Tish Windham and Miss Opal Greenlee. The afternoon was spent playing 42, Mrs. Frank Guinn and Mrs. W, H. Shook cutting for high score. The club members present wers: Mesdames Mack Priest, Thos. Shearon, W. H. Shook, W. L Martin, Lee Guinn, Tom Mallard, Louis Rutler, and the hostess. Mrs. Mollie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

*C \ V. / fa Quicksilver, Salivates, Causes Rheumatism and Bone Decay. The next dose of calomel you take •Wj jallvate yon. It may shock your "M'W start bune necrosis. Calomel la dangerous. It Is mercury, qutctaU- ver. It crashes Into sour bile tike 4ypainlte, cramping and sickening you. CnlOuiel attacks the bones and should •ever be put into your system. " • If you feel bilious, headachy, consti- pated and all knocked out, Just go to r<9 r druggist and get a bottle'of Dod- Md'-s Liver Tone for a few cents which Is a harmless vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful •od If It doesn't start your liver and straighten you up bettar and quicker than nasty calomel and wltlioHt making you sick, you Just go back and get your anoney. Don't take calomel I It can not be twisted any more thnn a leopard or a Wild-cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tone Which straightens you right up and makes you feel -fine. No salts neces- sary. Give It to the children because it is perfectly harmle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

mmm'M ■ ... T^K PHSK PWWOKKF. \N m m PI , fyv IN NEED A FRIEND INDEED Writes Mrs. Hardee Regarding Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Loa Angeles, Calif. — "I must tell yon that I am a true friend to Lydia E. Pink- Iham's Vegetable Compound. I have taken it oil and on for twenty years an4 has helped me Rge from a deli- girl to a a tout ilthy woman. 11 waa married i aick all the untfl I teek E. Phkkaa'i igetable C m- . oa4. I was in he* much of my um with pains aad had te have the doctor every month. One day I found a little hook in my yard in Guthrie, Oklahema, and I read it through and got the medicine—Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound—and took eight bottles and used the Sanative Wash. I at once began to get stronger. I have got many women to take it just by telling them what it has done for me. I have a young sister whom it haa helped in tno same way it helped me. I want you to know that I am a 'friend indeed, for you were a 'friend in need.' " —Mrs. George Hardee, 1043 By...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 October 1922

KS*v i. ■ ! supply of that justly celebrated flour LIGHT CRUST A*d want to supply your wants in the line of flour for the family. Cur line of FEED STUFF Is ample to supply your needs. Fruits are coming in every day and you can find here Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Grapefruit, and a generous supply of other seasonal fruits and vegetables. C.E. JAY . East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Buy Poultry, Eggs and Produce. O^Uneti^^^ Sctttidi Rite The Fall Reunion of the Scot tish Rite Masons in Dallas will be held from November 21st to 24th, inclusive. The Reunion will last only four days, but a lartfe majority of the candidates who will be members of the class will arrive in Dallas Monday, No- vember 20th, for registration, on Mr. Gill wood Peeples and Miss ! wtlich n|«bt a M«.onic Service and Education meeting will be held at the Scottish Rite Cathe- Sunday School was well at- tended here Sunday. Mr. Ernest Mclntyre returned home Wednesday after spending several weeks down nea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

I mmtP&Smmi ' The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922 NO. 16 n \ i \ / . i Poultry Show Desired. There is a movement on foot, and we gladly give our efforts for its advancement, to have a Poul- try Show in Rusk some time the eu.'ly part of December. There are a number of breeders of pure- bred poultry in and about this city, and other portions of Cher okee county have a generous quo- ta also. These breeders if they will but bring their product to Rusk and exhibit and show oth- ers what they have accomplished and are now doing in this poul- try business will inspire them to improve their methods, and some who are not at present paying any attention to the growing of poultry at al! may be induced to make a start. We have here in the hills of Cherokee county in East Texas the finest place in the world to grow poultry and on every farm there should be at least 100 liens working for the housewife. They would help materially in keeping ■vne fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

< - v i'W*;''' ■ 'wm wmz *ih m-' THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN . • tm i After Every Meal mm helps the stomach. After a hearty meal, try its friendly relief and comfort to the over-burdened stomach. It is the beneficial and satisfying sweet for old and young. And the cost is very small. Try the New P. K. wm 6 LEV'S HEWING dwscf peppermint flavofl ■ £ iiuipiuh wmmmirw The Flavor Lasts Adds a Zest — Helps "Digest A man Is expected to lake off his hut because It Is nothing to look at. anyway. When .vou cense hoping for ihe best, yon lake an inventory of what you've got. Miss Tbelma Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Young of Hous- ton, Uss been appointed by Gover- nor to be^ tb6 'Princess from raxaf to the Waco Cotton Palace. * * Governor Xeff has issuet! a requi- sition on the Uoverno.- of Oklahoma for the return to Texas of Pat J. McOlure, under Indictment at Dal- las on a charge of burglarizing a private residence. « • The State Board of Control has opened Its hearing on the school budg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN 'i> vJ.' ?■.;*■._?& — i ,r M' ifii ....TOO MUCH! A FEW TABLETS EASE STOMACH Instant Relief from Indigestion, Gas, Sourness, Flatulence, til* nil pr- int <1 | of and Ision. Lnut'I lldrcn Jrhus, Anil lie In -It 'a I nioil- ;lsts, |lc to (In., valu- |nt. and lino |P dan- | Olnt- with | Make atloni I white koeSD'l peal i« im M* OICI ',OH Stomach full! Digestion stopped 1 the moment you eliew a few tablets of Tape's Piapepsln" your stomach feels flne. All the feeling of Indigestion, heartburn, fullness, tightness, palpita- tion, stomach acidity, gases, or sour- uess vanishes."- Rase your stomach and correct your digestion for a few cents. Pleasant I Harmless! Any drug store. Everybody wants to save money, but few of us want to do without things to do it. IMPROVEMENT OF DAIRY COW Department of Agriculture Has Six Hlgh-Produoing Animals on Its Farm at Beltsville. (Prepared by the United Statea DtpartmMt of Acrlcult ut«.) The Improvement of dairy cows means a g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

i weekly uewgp&per publUueU every Prlduy moruluK at Busk. Cherokee County, Texan W. L. MARTIN Editor and o Publisher OFFICE PHONE 8UBBUBIVTIMN IIATB8 Oue Year - - ♦I.SO 81k Months - - .75 Tliree Moutlis - - .40 This paper stops m expiration of sObs' rlp- tlon. No puper "forcuil" on anyone. Entered as sepontl-eiiis* mutter July IB. VIS, at the postofflce at Husk. Texas, jnriei he Act o( March 3. 187'.'. t Matter Intended for pul>lteutIon should be •Igne l. Address matter for the newspapei The Rusk Cherolceean Rusk, Texas. The reason lots of people are not happy may be because they are not prepared for happiness; they have achieved too easily, or too soon, have not had the neces- sary trials to make them appre- ciate those blessings which they have, or have not had that expe- rience which teaches that con- tentment is a* much a matter cf mind as of matter. Tcix time has arrived again and the tax rolls are being completed for the county and state tax and the various independent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

p\i : Hg 1 V? t 1 ociety and Clubs Mrs. IV. L. Marlin, Editor, Phone 69 The Parent-Teacher Associa- tion will hold a candy sale Satur- day at the E. L. Summers hard- ware store. They will have an attractive booth there and a big supply of the finest of candies. You are asked to patronize them in the interest of a good cause. Mr. R. E. Bailey has been car- rying a bouquet «ach Sunday to the Baptist church. Tnis he has been doing for several months and it was a wonder where all the beautiful flowers were coming from and how he kept it up dur- ing thp long dry spell this fall, an animal! but 'ast Sunday he eclipsed his day of the former efforts we think, and had a more beautiful bouquet than for s veral weeks. He had several Rusk is to have show. On the last month Christy Bros, will be here with their trained animal show and give their exhibition in the! varieties of dahlias, and marigolds ball park near the T. & N. 0.! ami they were certainly very railroad. A treat of this charac-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

= J, r" THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN isfS ■SEwbsIh^ — ■'■• 'V-'! fc> * v.-:".'.' f w flvaisins Cost Less Now So Get Their Benefits and Their Flavor in Scores of Attractive, Money-Saving Foods DUE to greatly increased crops, even though production costs are still much higher than in pre-war days, raisins now cost almost as little as before the war. _ Use this luscious, energizing, healthful food lavishly, therefore, in scores of "plain foods" like rice pudding, boiled rice, bread pudding, Indian pudding, and in cake, cookies, pie, and with the children's cereals, to give them "lux- ury flavors" at "plain food" costs. Raisins are both good and good for you. So take advantage of these lower prices now. Sun-Maid Raisins Seeded—Seedless—Clusters Not More Than 20c Your retailer ahould • ell you Sun-Maid S/edtd Raitint in 15 or. blue pjekace {or nut more than 20c. Packed under most sanitary condition! in fresh,clean cartons. Very highest quality. Insist on Sun-Maid B and, the kind that you know ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

v \ /, .*,.v ■ ■ - -Jv* - if* • •■! —■■'■•■. t< r „•• - .. *rr-V . • • , : . s. «• *i ■ -- THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ ■ fc -wr V/ lays It Made a New Person of Her The Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright by DoubleiJuy, Pane A Cm. *>- Thousands of people needlessly en- dure a half-sick, nervous, run-down condition when they might enjoy sturdy, robust health and all its mani- fold blessings If they only knew what to do. People In this condition And Tanlac soon ends their trouble and builds up abundance of strength, en- ergy and vitality. Mrs. Paul I-avrenu, 07 8. Fltzhugh St., Rochester, N. T., ■ays: "Sometime ago my health and atrcnglh left me all at once. I lost nineteen pounds In a short time and could hardly stay up. I gained live pounds on two bottles of Tanlae and It has made me perfectly well and atrong again." Nervousness and a run-down, tired- cut feeling are but symptoms of a hidden cause, which usually lies In the stomach. Tanlui* enables you to digest your foo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1922

55E5i£i5B5535S5B5Siiii^^^* - . ' inf;* ~gg| :'rA a good supply of that justly celebrated flour LIGHT CRUST Ami want lo supply your wants in the line of flour for the family. Cur line of FEED STUFF Is ample to supply your needs. fruits are coming in every day and you- can find here Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Grapefruit, and a generous supply of other seasonal fruit.-- and vegetables. C. E. JAY East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Bay Poultry, Eggs and Produce. !□□□ m- THE GIFT SHOP The sliop of style and service. You find <■ here if it is the vogtiand in the shapes, colors, and designs you admire. Millinery Under fineries Novelties Hose Stamp Goods Embroidery Accessories Nk'ities of all kinr,s for remembrances, and for home beautification. We appreciate your patronage and to reciprocate give !:'erv iv.: The Gift Shop, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. oc DDDO t aa The place where thev make Pure ice Cream R U SK CEEAMERY U. 3. LE'."IS, Propi'li l^r We manufacture Ice Cream from Home ...

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