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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

wm k < >:■ W ¥ A§j■« vV'sil S«S • ^ 1? 5ib§fr -J * ' b& '5 ^ v.*S* \T'-r\ • wm ;y.,v $&**< e Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922 NO. 17 SOIL DEVELOPMENT has reucs of bygone days Cherokee County to Have Valuable Soil Demonstration Nov. 7th. Cherokee county should be congratulated upon the ground that we are to receive a series of meetings that should be of inter- est to every one. These meet- ings deal particularly with soil and its development, yet the de pendency of other forms of busi- ness upon the soil productiveness should lead every kind of busi- ness leaders to be interested in these meet ings, not only a pass- ing interest, but interested to such an extent that you attend one of ;he three meetings held in the county. Not only will soil development; be discussed by the leading soil experts of the south but we will have speakers the e who will knowingly and intelligently dis- cuss the relation between farm development ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

' ' THE RUSK CHBROKEBAW § ■ 1 ■y-:<'^-^';l ———— %>: • i ■Mi If WORK MID I HOUSEWORK TOO Surprised to Find Her- self Feeling So Well Tannton, Mass.—' 1 used to have pains la my back and legs so badly, with other troubles that women sometimes have, that my doctor ordered me to stay in bed a week in every month. It didn't do me much «>od, so one day after talking with a friend who took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound for about the same trou- bles I had, I thought I would try it also. I find that I can work in the laundry all through the time and do my housework, too. Last month I was so surprised at myself to be up and around and feeling bo good while before I uaed to feel com- pletely lifeless. I have told some of the girls who work with me and have such troubles to try Lydia E. Pirkham'sVege- table Compound, and I tell them how it has helped me. You can use my testi- monial for the good of others. —Mrs. Blanche Silvia, 59 Grant St., Taunton, Mass. It's the same story...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

and Garten ECSSE Thoossuds est two and thri mn war. Buspeadera, T6o. ra. 60o. Your Dwiltr—I isn't them, send Ireot fivlng deaW* ine. Look for "NO-WAV on ssau- Acoept no lubitiUtn. -Way Struck Suapander Co. ■310 Adrian. Mich. ■HAIR BALSAMH RMnoyesDanaraff-BtopsDalrPailiai Rutorva Color Boaoty to Gray and Faded Hab 60c. and 11 oo and f 1.00 at I rufnr *ts. em. Wks. ftiscox Cb I'&Uibogue.lf THE RUSK CHEROKEE\N HINDERCORNS Rnm o™, c.i- Iooms. •(«., stops all pain, ensures comfort to tha "pet, makes walking ea*y. Ifcj. by mall or at Drur- fista. Hiaeos Chemical Works, Patehug-ue, M. T TKe Mardi Gras Mystery * By H. BEDFORD-JONES * BUSINESS COLLEGE A. Ragland, President, Dallas, Texas "The School With a Reputation." The Metropolitan has made good for thlrty- (hree years—it stands first In Texas as u thorough and reliable Commercial School^ write for full information. About all that some people grow In their garden Is old. The auto bus (lone lots for people and done for lots of people....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

f Texa W. OFFICE PHONE a i a SUBSUBIl'TlUN UATE8 Oiiu Year - - <1.50 Six Moutlw • - .75 Three Months - - .40 This paper stops ai exjiirallon of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" ou anyone. Entered as second-class matt ft- July 111. •19, ut the postoffice at Husk. Texas, under he Act of March1879.1 Matter Intended for publication should be atffned. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Will Hays evidently believes in a League of Nations idea for Motion Pictures and has organiz- ed the Committee of Tvvent.y . Lloyd George is only 60 years of age and able to weather many a gale yet. This little flurry over there may subside and find the English people yet saying "Let George Do It." It might be possible to have nicer weather than this but we doubt it. Naturally those suffer- ing with the dengue are not en- joying it like you and I. Next Tuesday is the day the big Christy show will be in Rusk. There will be a wonderfully big crowd here, and of course you wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

& ' W& WBWfflW auMMMi Wmm-■ 11 1 ■«* 0 $1275 TO GIVE AWAY To Contestants in THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN'S Subscription Contest The Rusk Cherokeean wants a lot of subscription work done for it.—We want a lot more new sub- scribers, and are bound to have them—30 we are going to give to those who work for' us, prizes according to the votes they receive in a grand voting contest which shall start FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922 and end TUESDAY, JANUARY 2,1923 At 3 O'clock p. m. Nine weeks of pleasant hustling for the popular county seat newspaper and prizes commensurate with the work desired. You will get votes as follows: —1,1 ■■■■ 1-year Subscription Payment 400-votes. 3-year Subscription Payment 1,600-votes. 2-year Subscription Payment 1,000-votes. 5-year Subscription Payment 3,000-votes. ON NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS"1,000 VOTES FOR EACH YEAR PAID. The prizes given will be awarded according to the class you attain in voting. The more votes you obtain the bigger the prize. Nine Classes have been des...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

HHH1 I t If Acm In Lasy, Some Shirk, Other* J«rf Lrtf'n'ie Job The average cotton yields of this county are very low. Why? The soils when handled as simi- ar soils are handled elsewhere are capable of producing a bale of cotton to the" acre. Why don't these acres in this county pro- duce this yield? Why is it that one field on the farm will produce two or thfee titties as much as another field? Why is it that Farmer Jones' land produces two or three times as much as neigh- bor Smith's fields when there is only a fence between them? How thick should cotton be left on the land? What variety yields the best and gives the biggest profit? What is the best kind of fertilizer to use on the different soils? How much should be used per acre? How and When should it be applied? What is the best method of cul- tivating cotton? How late in the summer should cultivation be continued? Does it pay to apply weevil poison to cotton? Under what conditions will these practices be profitable? How and wh...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

'W f| - : — Society and Clubs Mrs. W. L. JKCartin, Editor, Phone 69 Wiener Rout. Saturday night the following young people met at the springs in Gregg's pasture. A merry evening was spent around a big log fire roasting wieners, marsh- mallows and apples. Misses Florrie Guinn, Marcia Butler, Tish Windham, Evelyn Guinn, Roselyn Wightman, Beaulah M- len, Lois Guinn, Opal Greenlee, Hazel Butler, Nell Naylor; Mes- srs Wilburn Summers, Charles Kerr, Edgar Ford, Leslie Mur- phy, Louis Butler. Leo Coogler, Dru Dial, Isam Manning, Bons Looney, Hollis Beall. Mrs. J. S. Wightman chaperoned the party. Entre Nous. Mrs. Charles Kerr assisted by Mrs. Forrest Reagan entertained the Entre Nous and a number of friends last week Thursday af- ternoon with a 42 party. Prizes were given to Mrs. Frank Coup- land who cut with Mrs. Charles Guinn, Mrs. Carl Sherman and Mrs. Charles Chapman for high score and to Mrs. Forrest Rea- gan for consolation. Club mem- bers present were: Mesdames James Perkins, Forres...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

, . jflll !;i"! j,. ■■•'■": m , " V-- % -m PHpi^Mpi ; *'. y'"Hh ' BPfl THE RUSK CHBROKEEAN — ; ■ : ggrap? ^SmM i Say "Bayer" and Insistl ■Hlllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllll 5f* THE KING OF jl BOYVILLE ,9y. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not get- ting the genuine Bayer product pre- scribed by physicians over twenty-two years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Toothache Lumbago Earache Rheumatism Neuralgia Pain, Pain Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug- gists also sell bottles of 24 and 100. Asperln Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacldester of Salicylicacid.—Advertisement. Better Late Than Never. A bricklayer of Bristol, over sev- enty years of age, has just retired from his trade and started a market garden. Surely, this is rarher late In life to start work.—Passing Show. A SIN TO LET HAIR JALL OUT 35c "Dan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

mm mv.. -■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Little Texas Baby's Bowels Torn to Pieces Mrs. Myrtiee Mae Calvert, of It. F.| D. No. 6, Winnsboro, Texas, uses a, very common expression to explain the miserable condition of lipr little nine-months-old Elsie, at the time she lirst gave her Teethlna. "But now, you would never know piy baby had ever had a sick day," She declared. "Teethlna Is simply wonderful. ElRie began to get better, right after taking it and she hasn't had a bit of trouble since. She Is happy as can be, growing every day and eating like a little pig. I always keep Teethlna on hand because It's the only thing to use when a baby Is upset." Get Teethlna at your druggist, or' ; fend 30c to the Moffett Laboratories, j Columbus, Ga., for a regular size package and a free copy of the beau- tiful and instructive booklet called "Baby."—Advertisement. STYLE IN FUR GARMENTS; FANCY HAIR ORNAMENTS tt. C*Ult garments, and particularly fur coats, require much discrimination on the part of their m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1922

A - i mmmm <■■■: V I SBSSSBSi S1' P>- l-r1 // !/ If*"' . I: j OF COURSE Wfe have a good supply of that justly celebrated flour K|light crust Actiil' want to supply your wants in the line ox flour for the family. Our 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. el jay East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Buy Poultry, Eggs and Produce. Dairy Cow Now Big Factor Prosperity of Oklahoma. 30DCJC THE GIFT SHOP The shop of style and service. You find it here if it is the vogu •, and in the shapes, colors, and designs you admire. Millinery Under fineries Novelties Hose Stamp Goods Embroidery Accessories Ni-.fries of all kind's for rem embrances, and for home beautification. We appreciate your patronage and to reciprocate give Service. The Gift Shop, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. dc; 3DQEIE DO irTi •i- X r~r, u & IT £1 ...

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

^^mmm WWm%W; He Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922 NO. 18 TABLES MOURNED Rusk College Win Their Game and Rusk Hi Lose Theirs 'fables were turned last Friday when Ruslf College won their game with Westminster College by a 40 to 0 score, and Rusk Hi lost their game in Palestine by a 14 to 6 score. The first mentionad gam? was played on the local field and gave opportunity to Coach Mos'ey to try out his full team, as he made many substitutions thruout the game to give the boys a trial at real football. During first quarter the weight of the visiters seemed to cast, a t glamour over Rusk team and they were quite a while getting down to action, which they did very near the close of the quarter, and making a score -the quarter end- ing 6 to 0.' They fared-better in the second quarter tnd made 14. The third was like unto the first and only one touchdown w a s made and goal was not kicked so a gain o? 6 more was added to Rusk score. In the fourth q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1922

afHraH;:'' ■'■ ■ ■ ;■ i • -• V; '■■?*.'■. ■. ■-■..> - Vv.' - -y/- 'v'"" '' .'■•■■■'■ < ' - ■■■,., —•■■■■ - ■ ; -■ - /./■ ^ . ,, .. f " • ' • ' ■■ . , ■..' ' ■ - :C("' 'll■ , . THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ss — Gel Back Your Health! Are you dragging around day after day with a dull backache? Are you tired and lame mornings—subject to headaches, dizzy spells and sharp, stab- bing pains? Then there's surely some- thing wrong. Probaljty it's kidney weakness! Don't wait for more serious kidney trouble. Get back your health and keep it. For quick relief get plenty of sleep and exercise and use Doan's Kidney Ptlls. They have helped thousands. Ask your neighbor! 'Ev*ry Pic- ture TelU a Story" A Texas Case Henry Young, con- crete contractor, B1 Paso, Tex., says: "My back gave out, due to the strain at my work. My kidneys became weak and acted too often at times. My( back ached mornings; and I felt tired before" going to work. I had headaches, also.1 Friends told me about1 Doan's Kidney Pills an...

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

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ,. , Is Dm Ti Catani The mucoua membrane* |!> pa 01 H lis |iii> t« out the body are subject to catarrhal congestion resulting fta many serious PE-RU-NA WmllKnowm am1 Hmttabtm Coughs, colds, nasal catarrh, stom- ach and bowel troubles among the most common diseases due to catarrh- al conditions. A very dependable remedy after protracted sickness, the grip or Span* tab Flu, PE-RU-NA Is a good medicine to have on hand lor emergencies. TMbarUpH M InqaHn IN USB FIFTY YBARS Healthy, Happy Babies The best way to keep baby in erowrng, contented health is Mrs. Winslpw'sSyrup. This safe, pleasant, effective reme- dy regulates the bowels and quickly overcomes diarrhoea, colic, flatulency, constipation, and teething troubles. MRS. WIN SLOWS SYRUP ThclnfontB9and Children'* Regulator is best far baby. Guaranteed free from narcotics, opiates, alcohol and all harmful ingredients. Open formula on every label. At all Drugfittt Write for free booklet of letters from grateful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1922

■■■■■hhHH • e i I UbH SUBSOKJI'TION ItATES Oue Year - • *••*<> ■ Six Mouth* - - -Tft Three Moatlm - . .40 Thin paper stops at- •wptniilon of .Hiibsorlp- tlon. No paper *'forced" « n anyone. Entered as second-el us- mutter .July ltf. 91V, at the postofflce at Uusk. T$xhn. under lie Act of March 3. 1*79. \ Matter Intended for pu si lent ton should be •Igne3.% Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Tuesday is election day and at present time the ru ing in the matter of the name of Mayfield appearing on the ballots is that it may appear. What the ruling of tomorrow, or the day after may be man knoweth not. The men holding the elections will do the best they can under the cir- cumstances. Th\' ballots for tlii- county have the name of May- field printed thereon but if some court ruling intervenes between now and Tuesday it may be nec- essary to blot the name off before presenting the ballot to the voter to vote. The name of Peddy will not be on the ballot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1922

- /.>< PiPlKKf Society and Clubs Mrs. W. L. Marti*. Editor, Phone 69 Allen-Houston. A very simple and impressive wedding was solemnised at the Methodist church Wednesday af- ternoon, November first when Mr. Van Houston and Miss Ot- tice Allen were united in mar- riage. Miss Doris Looney -lav- ed the wedding march. Rev. A. A. Wagnon read the ceremony. Only immediate members of the families were present. The bride wore a brown quilted satin gown, with hat, shoes and fur to match and carried a large bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. After the ceremony a reception was given at the home of Mrs. Marvin Simmons, sister of the groom. At eight thirty Mr. and Mrs. Houston left foraslior ttrip to Houston, after which they will be at home to their friends in Alto, their future home, party who specializes in this pro- duction. We are promised a treat and next week an advertisement in these columns will disclose what you are to expect in this enter- tainment. Mr*. Reception Given to Mr. and...

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

w WKKmmm ■■ ^ 11 wmm « OF MIDDLE AGE ATrying Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass Practical Suggestions Given by the Women Whose Letters Follow Sunday School T LessonT (By REV. P. B F1TZWATE K. IX. D* Teacher •( Engttah Bible tn tfce Moody Bible Institute of Chisago.) Copyright. 1*11. N w«p«p«r tlelae. LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 5 Phils., Pa.—"When I was going thrtiugh the Change of Life I was weak, nervous, dizzy and had head- aches. I was troubled in this way for two years and was hardly able to do My friends advised me to .ytUa EL Pinkham's Vegetable lfay work, take Lydia The critical time of a woman's life usually comes between the years of 45 and 60, and is often beset with an- noying symptoms such as nervous- ness, Irritability, melancholia. Heat flashes or waves of heat appear to Compound, and I am very sorry that 1 did not take it sooner. But I have got good results from it and am now able to do my housework most of the time. I recommend your medicine to those who have simila...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1922

IIMaiW^W^vaP^P^I?v v-'"-■;••': '•■•' ; -.■' ■ -v •"ft' A:.'.,.; . M :«{ . . ' •• 'ij 'v, ■ •' ;■ >>r" ,'sfflaf '■ .'i'. • v' «.> ■ • = ■ . = i -V" * ■"• ' WMX). W'' " THE RUSK CHEROKEKAN Inactive Liver "I have had trouble with | an inactive liver," wrote Mrs. S. Nichols, of 4412 Spencer St., Houston, Texas. "When I would get constipated, I would feel a light, dizzy feeling in my head. To get up in the morning with a lightness in the head and a trembly feeling is often a sign that the stomach is out of order. For this I took Thedford's Black-Draught, and without a doubt can say 1 have never found its equal in any liver medicine. It not only cleans • the liver, but leaves you in such 41 a good condition. I have used • it a long time, when food does ~ not seem to set well, or the Hp J stomach is a little sour." EL The Mardi Gras Mystery WPIGLEYS * By H. BEDFORD-JONES — WW I 40 Copyright by Doubl«day, Page ft Co. m I b j If it isn't | 8 Thedford's | it isn't | BUCK-DRAUGHT Live...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1922

r \ ^ | •' ' l> ' ■" " ■<' ' ' '^fc *?*" Vjj ' > '^'^•4 A J, ~>J ■ ' V- '■ ' ■• ■ ;., - H.:. ve a good supply of that justly celebrated flour LIGHT CRUST And .want to supply your wants in the line of flour for the family. Our line of FEED STUFF Is ample to supply your needs. Fruits are coming in 4very 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. The Iron Mountain Dairy D. S. LEWIS, Proprietor Delivers milk and cream every night and morn- ing to Rusk people. The quality of the milk is .excellent and we try to serve you faithfully and •«vcll. We ask for your patronage and try to merit same by giving you value for every dollar .spent with us. Try Us for Milk and Cream. ...The Place to Buy Meats... Is at. a market where every convenience for caring for meats has been provided. In summer time ice is in abs...

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

iSfi! jiiEfei&V it ' . m | HE RUSK CHEROKEEAN VOL. 4 RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922 NO. 19 LIKE THE'22 FOLLIES Black and White Review of 1922 to be Given in Rusk Emulates Noted Production Next Monday and Tuesday nights Rusk people are to have the opportunity to hear local tal- ent in a wonderful production called the Black and White Revue of 1922, and at the same time help out the finances of the Parent- Teachers Association; the show being put on under their au;-;.ices by H. Phil Duncan of Cincinnati, Ohio, who makes a profession of production work. This show will utilize local tal- ent, the best we have, in the work and we hope to hear some won- derful singing u n d laughable blackface stunt . The hills tell us that a score i ; beautiful sing- ing girls and ■ bunch >f funny comedians will entertain. We know Rusk has the beautiful fjirls and gowned a hey will be on this occasion in beautiful cos- tumes and with scenic effects that can be made we are ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

'' mimsm THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN m k% < i ? i m % Teethina Ends Babies* Colds In a Twinkling Mothers all over the South are last learning that Teetlilna, the wonderful prescription of a famous physician, Is the best remedy on earth for breaking up a baby's cold almost overnight. Thousands are testifying that Teeth- ina stopped their children's colds while they slept and scores of others say whenever their baby starts sneez- ing or the nose begins running, they Just give them Teethina and that's the end of the cold. Too much stress cannot be laid upon the necessity of breaking up a child's cold before It gets a hold and thereby preventing serious troubles, Buch as bronchitis, tonsllitis, the ter- rible mastoiditis and many other dan- gerous troubles of children. W#e mothers know this and always keep Teethina on hand. Your druggist sells it or the Mof- fett Laboratories, Columbus, Ga„ will send you a regular size package and a Valuable booklet on the care of the Baby, if you will send ...

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