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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

tm- | m les. ■cat Let |p*i® ™ th« up nent later Tort VI Ite k'tthouti nly tlm, which, htldrenj Motlier, Ilefuse 'I urs ongested rst dose. ;ost only ow take ilulne. D IS •PIUs They sr and asy to THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN daughter hu to help mm Now Cia Do All Her Housework Alone Because Lydia L Piaklma's Vegetable Compoud Helped Her Jasper, Miaa. — "I u* in the paper •bout I^l> EL Piakbam'a Vegetable j[miTI7|W [Compound and took I it beeauM I waa hav- ing aucb paina in ■tomacband thr ■> , ' ) ' I | ' ' r .&>' '1 1 'i!1 i in my £S my back that! not da raj work. I bad tried other Med- icine#, but none did me the good that your VegeUkloCom- , pound Out. New I aaa I able to da ail my work alaae while be- fore I had my daugh- ter atayfec at home to de it I have tald a number of fries de what it baa dene to me and give you permission to use my letter aa a testimonial. "—Mrs. Jesse Pctersen, Route 1,Jasper, Minn. There is no better reason for your tar- ing LvdiaE. Pinkham'e Vegetal' p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

I? 1 $} 0FK10K PHONE L. MARTIN 316 SOaSCRllttON RATE* One Year Six Months Thr®e Months Thlnpniier stops i oxirirntW tlon. No pnper "fonv :" •••> un Entered :is <aei)utl-eU < ui.i ltt. lit th pustoftk-e at Uusk he Act of March S. t*TT. i Jl.so Young people, y yourselves efficient your earnings properly during your productive years if you are to escape the common lot of be- ing dependent in old oge. « The average educated man gets a salary of $?.,000 a year. He works forty years, earning a total e* $80,000 in a lite-time. The av- •> >i* i«. erage day labwer gets $3.00 per day, three hundred days in the —~T"— j year, or $900.00 a y e a r. In Matter Intended lor j. r . 0ur.i'ti sh.iuid I , , , nn r\r\n mu •ign -i. Address matter >r ■ i.e*s'n*"1 forty years he earm $36,000. The The Rusk Cherokeean | difference $44,000, equals the fi- Rusk. Texas. nancial value of an education. . ■ i To acquire this earning capacity Some Editor Won Shears. j requires about five months ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

, i '-^'V wl' ■■>.%■.' 1 > apfy, .vy, ... -■ . ; niniiPf' ' . . '. - • . ' t, ±- Writes Piper ta the laperathre Needs One of the graduates of Rusk Hi last year was Leslie Murphy. This year he is attending Rusk College and in a recent English examination, presented the ar- ticle given herewith; the same being graded A1. Hew Rusk Can Be laproTed. 1. Rusk today, and some things that it needs. A. Lack of school buildings. B. Want of decent houses in which to live. C. Need of a new light plant and waterworks. £). Better looking square. E. Better roads, both in and out of the city. 2. Rusk in the future, and sev- eral ways in which it can be made a more progressive city. A. Erection of more and bet- ter school buildings. B. Building of more decent rent houses. C. Construction of a new light plant and betterment of the water works. D. Issuance of bonds to put our roads in a better condition. Rusk is today very deficient in many things that go to make a prosperous city. Her schools an...

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

v m ' B - Wx fc..gl # -zusm "3" "SSJfri tf- vd&soond iHethod—Preventing to well peo- bto dfewe prevent |Anopheles .itoeagetting |to healthv bite them? JE& r<Sy screening the house; 2 ' 1"&8* Qlafqaito bars. filmm should a house be screen- '•ssAisagamflt Anopheles? T ^3*be Screen should be No. 16 \^w«jre or ~No. ^4 painted over to v^saKen the size of the mesh. All wmsa&Qms should be screened and doors, if theyare left open af- r r dusk. All holes of all kinds ."Sir*" which mosquitoes can enter "Jkifae house should be screened or • <«3*tosed, including the chimney. r 3Bifcyreen doors should open out- ,-vard. People should stay in- v iitiiOrs after dusk, where mosqui- tia^atsin not reach them. Anoph- -itts rarely enter a hous^ in broad jfjMylight. Screens with holes in ^saera. or that do not fit tight, - uKray-dti harm rather than good . >. y >d can be "mosquito traps." ' Bow may such screens do harm? . Because Anopheles mosquitoes : >- v to enter a house...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

W)ix fp^l laooc and Clubs Mrt. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phont 69 r~ii i □□□ ' ii— Pareat-Teachers Hold Meeting. The Parent-Teacher Assoc ntion met in regular session Thursday at 3.30 p. m. The president opened the meet- ing by having the Lord's prayer repeated in concert, after which Undiscovered Treasure. Recently in California, moun tain climbers saw from the top of a high peak a valley whi'ih they believe has never been en- tered. It li«s be.vond a mountain wall the minutes were read and ap-j which is very difficult to scale, proved. I The valley cannot be found on The program committee re-' ports a "good English" pro ram to be carried out at the next meeting. All the parents are urged to be present at this meet- ing. The ways and means commi - tee made a report of $1.85 made from selling pop corn. $3.61 from a candy sale. The Tom Thumb Wedding will be given Dec. 15th. Be sure and don't format the date, for we are sure it will be worth the price. The "Black and White Re- view" which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

IsSI Uh i W 16 BnuMf LL-ANS 75* Package*,£wwywhers MifKiyYourSLia Clear, Sweet, Healthy Witk Cutirura. Soap Bill Cuticura Talcum mu.h mKBUh* MJ TmV tm K.T. Saife^SREEYES St. Josephs UVER REGULATOR Ldroc Can 25' INDIGESTION ? I Should Say Not GLYKA-NUXSIN la the Remedy (or That Guaranteed Ask Your Druggist WHAT IT MEANS TO BE "RUN DOWN" A "RUN DOWN" feeling is a dan- ger signal. If you neglect it, yau art leaving the door wide open to dangerous diseases. Build yourself up to health and strength with Gude's Pepto-Mangaa. It will purify and enrich your bload, tone up your nervous ej'stem, and help you eat well, sleep well and feel well. Gude's Pepto-Mangan is a time-tried tonic, recommended by physicians for over 30 years. At your druggist— liquid or tablets, as you prefer. Gude's Pepto-^angan Tonic and Blood Enricher Women Made Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and • body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by taking LATHROP'S HAARLEM OIL c;ai- su...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1922

•«'n fm Ki MP g§K®p^ h|1k THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WLDOUGLAS *5*6*7&*8 SHOES HUH w. I'- UoHK'a* are actually de- manded year af «r year by more people than any other shoo In tlie worla: y.L. DOUGLAS lor lorty vear• Uuh boon to make the best bonr # - iibl« for the price. Protection agaiust uureMonHble prof its lii guaranteed by the prioe •tamped on every pair. THEY ARE MADE and finest leatberH,by skilled •hoemakerrt, all working to make the best uhoes I or the K'ce that money can bur. e quality is unsurpassed. The smart styles ar«i the leaders in the fashion cen- ters of America. iW.L. DOUGLAS^"""? 110 of our oiru stores in the large cities and by shoo deal- ers everywhere Ask Tour shoe dealer to show you W.L. Douglas shoes. Only by ex- amining theiu can you ap- preciate their value. Refuse substitutes. Insist upon hav- ing W.L.Douglas shn«s with the retail price and the name Stain |>o«i on the Hole. The lot (w ulc m *our VKiiiiy, HOTS nnOKA K4.00 84.30 W. L. Doug lot name and port...

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

MSB,. rsa 1 4' p: I ( i COURSE have 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 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 Pay Poultry, Eggs and Produce. 1 The Iron Mountain Dairy D. S. LEWIS, Proprietor Delivers milk and cream everynight and morn- i inji to Rusk people. The quality of the milk is 'excellent, and we try to serve you faithfully and well. We ask for "your patronage and try lo merit same by giving you value for every dollar spent with us. Try Us for Milk and Cream. I I .The Place 4.-0- Bay Meats, Is at. a market wh:>re every convenience for caring for meats has been provided. In summer time ice is an absolute necessity in keeping meat for your use. We ave the neee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

' msmm 9 > he Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1922 NO. 20 ELECTIONJESOLTS Not Half Cherokee County Voters Express Preference at Polls The official tabulation of the vote in Cherokee county was made first of this week and it shows that not half of the voters were interested in showing allegi- ance to the party. In this coun- ty there are 6539 paid poll taxes and many others who may vote because of ag\ and yet there were less than hal of them inter- ested in the senatorial light, or being interested did dot want to scratch the democratic nominee, or did not know how to write Peddy's name in to get it count- ed, or were disgusted, or one of some few other reasons t h a t might be named. Of those who did vote it was nearly three to one for Mayfield; however, that name was printed on the ballot and those who voted for P.'ddy , war. had to write so the showing was j went quite heavy for a protest. ; there Aged and Honored Citizen Passes. Mr. Ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

?i""' - ''rr. K3S2W* ^ssut^ tk« >riM ittiipW <* EjL DOUGLAS^,, lttttoarmatomla the tarpiltUi u< by ikHdHl- •n •T«7«h«Nk iik your ■kOtdHWloAcVNIWjk DoagU* shoes. Omly by •*- •mining them nan yon np- prnnlntn their nlH. litiM substitute*. Insist upon b T- Ing W.L Dong Inn she** with rntell price* in Mm nan W.L.tkmglt thou, vnltlo- jvmmxm r fMti unMir Jinn. JfrMUm, Jfw, After. First Gentleman—"Did you get home last night before the storm?" Second Gentleman—"That was when It started." T.I f*isj\i nnl mffrtnB tatf* Baby Can Sleep For First Time In Two Weeks "I will never be without Teethina again," writes a delighted mother of Grand Prairie, Texas, Mrs. W. E. Nel- son. "Why, the very first dose re- lieved Frances when she was teething and she slept easy for the first time In two weeks." Teethina has been a household •word with mothers everywhere for forty years. It is absolutely harmless and has brought welcome relief to countless thousands of little sufferers from colds and bow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

1KW -'''>• . -J6/'>' ' >'V"; -v '.■- ■ "" ..' _ '▼4. • .' *'1 WM'nM • ft! Tvj W,i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copyright by Doubleday, Page & Ca CHAPTER XV —21— When the Heavens Fall. The chief of police entered the of- flee of l#chln Fell, high In the Maison Blanche Kjfldlng, at eight o'clock on Friday evening Mr. Fell glanced up at him In surprise. "Hello, chief! What's upY" The officer guzed at him In nstonlsh- ment. "What's up? Why, I came around to ■ee you, of course!" Jashin Fell smiled whimsically. "To ■ee me? Well, chief, that's good of you; sit down and have a cigar, eh? What's the matter? You look rather taken aback." "I am," said the other, bluntly. "Didn't you expect me?" "No," said Jachln Fell, halting sud- denly in the act of reaching for a cigar, and turning his keen gaze upon the chief. "Expect you? No!" "It's darned queer, then ! That chap Oramont called me up about ti-n min- utes ago and said to got around here as quick as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

every tfrlday CWrokff Oouuly, Texas MARTIN Editor and ^Publisher S0BSUKIPT1OX HATKS Que Year - • ♦>- W Six Month* .76 Three Months - - .40 Tblttpaper slops at expiration of bubm-rip- tlon. No puper "forced" on anyone. Entered as seooud-eltiss milt I July ltl. •19, at the postofflee at Rusk. Texas, iinier he Aut of March 3. IH79. t Matter •lgne.1. Intended for publication should be Address matter for the newspaper The Ruslc Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. A Desirable Christian Gift Young fol' s, here is a Christ- mas present for you if you will put the matter squarely up to your parents in the right way. In fact, they can't turn you down, for it is the best proposition you ever put up to them; it is the thing that will win your independence, give you an insurance policy against poverty with a paid up premium for life. It is a schol- arship in the Tyler Commercial College of Tyler, Texas, Ameri- ca's largest school of Bookkeep- ing, Business Training, Short- hand, Cotton Classing, Telegra-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

.£> <>• -.Mi ;v ;4 £&*&£&£«& w4'? JJ'.-J >r c d inane ociety and Clubs «JWri, (f. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 ZZ3 ODD l ■' ii riD Entre Nous. Mrs. Frank Coupland enter- tained the Entre Nous and a number of frwads Wednesday af- ternoon. The home was made beautiful with a profusion o f chrysanthemums and roses. Sev- en tables were arranged i'or the groups of players. Maste • Frank Coupland passed the cards, and hand painted Japanese shoe trees, were given for high and low score : to Mrs. W.E. Sloan and Mrs. Re- ba Martin. Following the gamers the hostess, assisted by her sister, Mrs. C. E. Jay and niece Miss Ev-' elyn Jay, served a salad course. The club members present were : Mesdames Forrest Re ig in, T. E Tabb, Carl Sherm in, Chas. Kerr, Harmon Stevens, James Perkins j and the hostess; guests, Mes- dames Will Copeland, Ed Sum- mers, Jim Summers, Tom Phil- lips, Ralph Lang, Ernest Weld ) . Reba Martin, Jack Tayl >r, E. J. Bateman, Clyde Priest, Charle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

■f ''**■ h*'' M i vr Better Digestion Few of us chew our food enough. Hasfy meals are harmful, buf Wrlgley's stimulates the flow of saliva that helps the stomach take care of lis load. Eat less, chew It more and use Wrlgley's alter every meal. It keeps teeth white, breath sweet and com- bats acid mouth. This Is Wrlsley'f new peppermint chewlnir sweet, bringing the Wrigley de- light and benefits to you In a new form. The Flavor Lasts c 1 f. o. b. Flint, Mich. 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet Utility Coupe This is the lowest-priced closed car on the market with Fisher Body. It is bought extensively by concerns equipping fleets for salesmen, and is popular for pro- fessional and general use where a single seat and extra large rear compartment are desired. QUALITY has been still further improved by more artistic design and added improvements. ECONOMY has been still further increased by engi- neering refinements and greatly broadened production and distribution facilities. SERVICE is now offered ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

mm THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN HAM la Uwtbd! I Sold Everywhere Tableti or Liquid I "1 have taken Cardui for run- down, worn-out condition, nervousness and sleeplessness, and 1 was weak, too," says Mrs. Silvie Estes, of Jennings. Okia. "Cardui did me ]ust lots of good—so much that I gave it to my daughter. She com- plained of a soreness in her sides and back. She took three bottles of CARDUI The Woman's Tonic and her condition was much better. "We have lived here, near Jennings, for 26 years, and now we have our own home in town. 1 have had to work pretty hard, as this country wasn't built up, and it made it hard for us. "I WISH I could tell weak women of Cardui—the medicine that helped give me the strength to go on and do my work." ESS MITCHELL brings relief to inflamed eyes, Rxnn- ulated lid*, stye?, etc. A simple, dependable, absolutely r-nfp remedy. 25c—all druggists or by mail from HA(<L& RUCK EL, Inc. 147 W«mrly PI., Now York ffe/ps WEAK SORE EYES RUN DOWN PEOPLE NEED RICH BLOO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 November 1922

—= — V = . L_ JUM. A. Kirklud & KIRKLAND Seal Estate) Rentals) Collection*) Health, Accident, and Life Insurance We will Buy or Seli real estate for you or care for your rentals; will collect your monthly accounts or individual ac- counts. Sell health and accident insurance in North Ameri- can Insurance Co.: life insurance in Texas Life Insurance C o, We Solicit Your Business. Office over Citizens Guaranty State Bank. Phone 160 or 142. Lone Oak Unci. in mmm 555® —■— >:V OF COURSE We have a good supply of that justly celebrated flour LIGHT CRUST And want to supply your wants in the line of flour tor 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. E. JAY East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 RUSK, TEXAS We Buy Poultry, Eggs and Produce. !!. The iron Mountain Dairy D. S. LEVIS, Proprietor Delivers milk and cre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 November 1922

mm. WM0 he Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922 NO. 21 icri- SHOW DATES ARESET Chicken Show at Rusk Set for Dec ember 5th and 6th The Chicken Show for pusk Bolton Takes Sample. 1 County Judge elect J. J. Bolton [sampled his work on Tuesday of this week by sitting as Judge in a case on trial in the County Court. Judge John B. Guinn was called out of town on other official bus- iness and the case was urgent. will be held on Tuesday and Attorneys for both sides were Wednesday, December 5th and 6th. The store room in the Clai agreed that the judge-elect should preside and so Capt. Bolton was borne Hotel block immediately < called to the bench to get a taste east of the Cherokeean office has ' of future official duties. He han- been promised for the event and we can now make definite plans for a nice big show. Mr. Roy died the affairs with dignity and the official grind creditably and is now ready for which will fall McDonald of Dallas has wir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 November 1922

taff?:• ii f'V' "-■ ;l Vv*ii- r. BBBSMSr iSwl^ i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ' l ' }' r .* | ipS - - . WLDOUGLAS *5*6*7**8 SHOES « W. tb Donglu shoes are actually de- manded year after year by more people than any other ahoe In the world. V.L.DOUGLAS.y; tarial ud workmaoalitp are unaqualed forth# prtoe. ItU worth while for you to know that when you buy W L. Douglaa ahoe* you are gat- ting (be benetttof bla 40 yean experience iumakingtbebeet •boee possible for the prloe. W. L. DOUGLAS worth the pr ice paid for tbem. Wear tbem au J gate money. Protection against unreason- able profits is guaranteed by tbe price stamped on every pair. - W.LDOUGLASl^r.' 110 of our own stores in the largecities and by sboe deal- ers everywhere Ask your shoe dealer to show you W.L. Douglas shoes Only by ex- amining them can you ap- preciate their value. Eefuse substitutes. Insist upon hav- ing W.L.Douglas shoes with the retail priceandthe name stamped on the sole. The 11 Nt fer sale ii ywrvkatty, retail prices ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 November 1922

mm™ zcMf*-* ' mri ■ ! THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN n!a Jtea- liild l-er- line (bus of aer, tuay I boy 1 the town IWU9 Irow |lled, the my |ou I* Irs little Instant- short- angers. little of litllclent lft corn,. It he cal- ritatlon, |>lensunt wimple "mark'* sura bongested Irst close. Icost only liow take fulnlne. h Pills after. buble :o pusness, r Sallow, hlipalion. Lull Price W' The Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES Copvrlj+ii V DOUBLRDAY.fACIK AND COMPANY . CHAPTER XV—Continued. —22— "You're willing to take care of all the rest of the gang, chief?" "Sure," assented the otlicer. "All rlfcht. Boys, turn over the "Whole crowd to the chief, and I'll trust ;you to see that they're properly booked and jniled. Turn over all the evidence likewise, except that mail sack. Have that brought up here, to this room, and see that the corridor outside Is kept guarded. Get me?" The two saluted. "Yes, sir." "Good. Send to the federal build- ing, find out where there's an agent of thfr Department of J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 November 1922

iwSE&wi ' M . ' r -.-a •I loverj Frio** k. Oburokex County. Texan — W. L. MARTIN Editor andiPuMtoliw OFFICE PHONE a i e SUBSCRIPTION UATEB One Year - - JI-&0 Six Mouths - - -W Three Months - - 10 This paper stops at expiration «>f subs«'rlp- tkMi. No paper "forcwl" <m anyonn. Entered as MOOtid-cliu*. matii r July !•>. MB, at the postofflccat Husk. Texiis. aiu: r he Act of March 3. 1879. I Matter Intended for publication should be slgnei. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. It seems remarkable that it should be a Frenchman who would find fault with the actions of the Legion at New Orleans. Ex-Senator Newberry now knows the wisdom contained in that old axiom: Oh Lord deliv- er us from our fool friends. The Turk seems to have gotten his foot in the European doorway so firmly that it is questionable whether or not he can be kept from entering. There will be one nice thing about remembering Armistice Day. Each recurring year some people will...

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