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

'if*I1! • iT > m *: " ; W>, .,?<■ * IflSSK* yuletide €jreefina0" Ex V/ *7 *|P'' Christmas Specials at Naylor's < v r Special Reductions on Ready-to-Wear $ 9.00 Wool Serge Dresses now $ 4.95 15.95 Wool Tricotine Dresses now 10.95 18.00 Wool Serge Coat Suits now 12.95 29.50 Wool Tricotine Coat Suits now 25.50 7.95 Wool Coats now 4.95 12.95 Wool Coats now 9.85 4 Special Reductions on Women's and Children's Sweaters, Blouses, Etc. $1.25 Children's Sweaters $ .75 3.95 Children's Sweaters 2.50 5.95 Ladies' Sweaters 4.50 4.00 Ladies' Flannelette Blouses 2.95 3.50 Children's Flannelette Blouses 2.50 Special Reductions on Ladies' Hose $3.00 Ladies' Silk Hose $2.48 1.95 Ladies' Silk Hose 1.48 .75 Ladies' Silk Hose .49 .25 Ladies' Cotton Hose .10 .25 Children's Hose .15 Special Reductions on Men's Furnishings. $4.00 Hats now $2.95 5.00 Hats now 3.95 7.50 Velour Hats now 5.50 Special Reduction on AH Shoes $3.00 Men's Work Shoes now $2.25 5.00 Men's Dress Shoes now 3.50 7.00 Men's Dr...

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

'X- \ rM assBse 3; 'fc, mt&tfM-y, * House Shoes r Handkerchiefs Hose 1 Sweaters Blankets CASH , TALKS iiUU CANDLES OF BAYBERRY WAX 1 ^-.oortant and Decorative Yuletida Accessory May Be Made With Little Effort ...Gam a Great Advantage by Seizing Tins Opportunity... BOLTON BROTHERS ARE SELLING OUT. You may not realize what this means to you in a DOLLAR SAVING way but you will realize it if you will but come to this store and see the wonderful offerings that are here for careful shoppers with money. You realize that Mr. J. J. Bolton will, on the first of next month, assume the duties of office to which an earnest constituency has elected him. He wants to devote, and will devote all of his time to the duties which he will assume at that date. THIS STOCK OF GOODS must be moved before that time. He will not have a divided allegience and so this great Closing Out Sale was instituted last month. A large amount of very valuable stock is yet on hand, it MUST GO. Many Items are in our stor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 December 1922

'js?"4*-' h' . -v?r« r'*-; W ••/■• WW Vf'tj* ?•& ,v rj^>: ■ ■ ■■?«** .? Jorn lAd- )per lum- 1 W*3 jve.t che. and ilnit ore. Eiliiiilliiiiiliii'l His First CKristmas i ree m - gp; < / friocra i/*v'f>r'H+2o<T 4r£/rrc/i>/-j4'Oo<y - I J|JS«sj£ !►- East 5?de Squa-a Rusk Interesting llargiuns Irresistible I*rices Impressive Array of (ioods The Holiday Season Is Right Upon Us We have prepared for your needs and have here a stock that will be a joy and inspiration to the Christmas Shopper. That First Christmas Tree will be a joy if you have visited FALL'S VARIETY STORE and selected early from the huge stock of goods you will see on sale there. Christmas is a time of joy but it should also be a practical time to many of us and with that in view our stocks have been selected to suit all ages. You can get at Fall's Variety Store so many things that are appropriate to the season and so useful to those whom you wish to remember that it would be a shame if you failed to visi...

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

CHRISTMAS m$T FOR BIRDS PMtlMqr Trib* in Bosnia Not Forfst- Un—Feed Placed Near Nests i s end •heiura. AROiHRlBTIiAS la not merely a ^■1*1 festival celebrated by and ' for man alone. Among the folklore of other countries are several quaint stories In which animals and birds give evi- dence of their udoration. A well- known Bosnian legem! offers a version of world-ndoration. They claim tlmt on the holy day "the sun in the east bowed down, the stHrs stood s ill; the mountains and forests shook and touched the earth with their summits, and the green pine tree bent; the grass was be-flowered with the open- ing of blossoms; incense sweet as myrrh pervaded upland anil forest; birds sang on the mountain tops and all give tlmnks to the great God." In Bosnia on Christinas Day a sheaf of rye is put near birds' nests and bird houses for the birds' Christmas. An old Indian legend says that on Christmas night nil the deer in the forest kneel in adoration before the Great Spirit. Woe to him, howe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 December 1922

1 1 1 Wfflm Society and Clubs JfCtt. W. L. Marlln, Editor, Phone 69 ODD 1 II Parent-Teacher Association Activi- ties. The Parent-Teacher Associa- tion met in regular business ses- sion Nov. 29, with president in the chair. Most of the officers were present including our new recording secretary. The first business to take up was discus- sion of the Tom Thumb Wedding, being as it would interfere with a home talent play to be put on at the same date by Mrs. James I. Perkins, Jr., for the benefit of the school. The date of the wedding was canceled. A motion was made and car- ried that the members sell to the amount of $10.00 worth of the health seals. Try buying a few and help us dispose of the amount. By doing so we will keep up the work of driving tuberculosis from Texas. We also voted to give $5.40 on the $200.00 fund to be raised by the county for the ben- efit of the county demonstration agent to be sent out by the state for the benefit of the Negroes. Our next meeting will be Thur...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 December 1922

! ' / ii - • I Pi 1 r < i THE RUSK *m* in IMPORTANT NEW8 OF THE EN. TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READERS FOREIGN— "* Fidel Mayorga.'tt former Colonel in the Federal Army, has been killed in a battle near Actopan, Hidalgo, ac- cording to an announcement made by the War Office. *• —o— The Chamber of Deputies has ap- proved the law conferring full power upon the Mussolini Government until Dec. 31, 1923. The vote was 275 to 90. —o— President Ebert has authorized Chancellor Wirth to enter into im- mediate negotiations with the lead- ers of the Reichstag to inaugurate steps for the early reorganization of the present cabinet. —o— For the first time since the out- break of the World War, the custom of holding a comparative exhibition of edible and poisonous mushrooms has been revived at the Museum of Natural History in Paris. —o According to the present arrange- ments, the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Stanley Baldwin, will start for the United States on his debt funding mission on Dec...

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

—"-I" 1 t, ^ I ' I I I i I 1 f A I' I 4! li THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN The Case and The Girl "MY FIANCE!" SYNOPSIS.—Answering an adver- tisement calling for a young man willing to engage in service of dan- ger, Matthew West, ex-service man Just returned from France, where he had been captain of engineers, meets Natalie CoolldLje, writer of the advertisement, and without be- ing Instructed as to his probable duties. Is engaged by her. Matt knows he's going It blind, but the girl is so charming that he just can't say no. Beside, the war has merely Intensified his thirst for adventure. CHAPTER I—Continued. "Take the gentleman's hag to the blue room, Sexton," she said calmly, "anil then lay out his evening clothes." "Yes, miss." "I will he in the hull when you come down. Captain, but there is no hurry." West followed the servant up the softly carpeted stairs, finding the apartment assigned him not only ex- tremely comfortable, but even elegant in Its furnishing. Evidently he was in u home of w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 December 1922

•* . ':%'f!|jS ■ «\t? pMi «#; ■■- SiW^£k:M$^ "C^M fe'->:-;, ''>i,n-:-ir yf KMI'H '.?■ '*:A,> '■;; M FARMS FOR SALE : t#;« i P/ i 96 acres, 80 acres in cultivation, 4 miles N. E. of Rusk on R. Q. ^ Highway 6-room house, barn and outhouses; 1 mile from ' near church; improvements worth $1500; will sell for Terms: one-third down, the remainder in good notes. 4£ miles southwest of Rusk near school on good road; 197 acres, 80 acres bottom land and 35 acres upland in cultivation, 15 acres Bermuda meadow, remaii.der good pasture and timber land; good 5-room house painted and ceiled; neat 4-room bun- galow, three barns on place. Price reasonable. 14 acres, 8 acres good truck land would make excellent plant or poultry farm; J mile from town, J mile public school; will sacri- fice for $2750 One-thi d down, balance good notes. 'SEE Guinri & Klrkland, RUSK, TEXAS NOW Is the Time to Bake That aKsasmvMsmasm FRUIT CAKE. C. E. JAY has al .the ingredients to make it a success; such as C...

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

. . mm / MERRY CHRISTMAS i a merry Christmas for all who give as well as for those, i receive. Perhaps, though, you never consider that Santa' .aus is a pretty busy old chap at this time. Maybe, he don't pk very busy but the country has millions of people in it they are all waiting for their Christmas orders from rein- deer headquarters. Let's all help make Christmas pleasing to Pothers—let's all plan to get our Christmas Gifts delivered snrsrit«><« a « i;;« « agcsinOT^innnr:1 ear'.v- ' his store will <lo its ' best to help select Christ- mas (lifts and pack them s.Kixmrai h s. k-a. «. «)<■« tew mi a \ The Christmas Dolly \ t for shipment. Dolls for Every Child From 5 c to $7.50 Wehave an elaborate line from which to select your gifts. We would not at- tempt to list all our gifts in this small space. We will call attention to a few items: HE QLIMBED RIGHT <*? DOWN THE CHIMNEY I mm# mi J w mm .... MX {*£ i: fSSvp: ^*4** *' w ^ JEWELRY Our stock is very complete. Diamon...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 December 1922

.,r.w. - - - . _ ;- vi - - v:- s A,"*1 ■■■' -:iS> Wwmi 3shK&^ &* s&$kk $ v • ' ' h "a . H % iM v HGaHHHHHHHMHffiMHH —It means so much to them; its cost is so small to us in comparison with the pleasures that they derive and the wonderful satisfaction we v- eajoy in their happiness* —These pleasures are possible to the man who saves money and cares for it systematically; the man who puts in the Bank a cer- tain amount of what he earns to have for use on special occasions and for the "rainy day." —Oh, what a joy on Christmas morning to be able to provide the needed toys and gewgaws, the lit- tle tokens that make such won- derful happiness for our loved ones. istmas Morning G0G0EaGaGaGCUG3QaG0S3ti!fi!GaGir n % —Thrift that Thrives comes to the man who Saves and Banks sys- tematically. This Bank desires to do its part to help make Christ- mas what it should be for the Home. It helps the man of Thrift save for such occasions as this. —Resolve this Christmas, if you have no...

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

' V «*«$! "ift PBNi ' Jr%$ c€- JP^ I'-v"2 /;• .; I. -' ! The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK. CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1922 NO. 24 GIFT NOVELTIES If you'll only stop at my little shop Some day when passing by, You'll find it neat, the stock complete, And prices not too high. We have gifts and favors for Christmas, For weddings and birthdays, too; Come and see for yourself, on every shelf, Is something attractive for you. □ c □ □ THE GIFT SHOP <?7iCrs. J. F. Johnson DIST. COURT Work Starts Off Briskly; Much Ac- tivity in Court House Standing of Candidates. The standing of the candidates in the Cherokeean Subscription Contest was as follows on Thurs- day morning, Dec. 14 Miss Thelma Finley 6800 Miss Oze'.la Pryor 6600 Miss Katherine Burks 800 Miss Otis Jones. Miss Rosa Lee Spivey 1000 Rusk Fat Man Is Lost in California. The Associated Press report given below about the Rusk man lost in the City of Lost Angels I was carried last Saturday or Sun- j District court conv...

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

w "V \ KB mm smbf Bjpflps ME, :■ ■■ -'■^p^pipsg THE RUSK CHEEOKEEAN lie s ut usually due to straining when constipated. Nu|«l being a lubricant keeps the food waste soft snd therefore prevents straining. Doctors prescribe Nujol becaase it not only soothes the suffering of piles but re'ieves the irrita- tion, brings comfort and helps to remove tbem. Nujol is a lubricant—not a medicine or laxative — so cannot gripe. Try it today. a lubricant-not a laxative ar—mrr i iiiim mi w Mt'sP P CUNSTlPfl GET RID OF THAT "TIRED FEELING" DO you feci run down and half* sick all the time? Are you thin, pale, easily tired—no energy, no ambition, no "pep"? Now is the time to take Gude'a Pepto-Mangan. It will brace you up, five you a delightful feeling of vigor and ambition, enrich your blood, build firm, solid flesh, and bring the healthy color back to your skin. Your druggist has Gude'a—Liquid or solid, as you prefer. Gude's Pepto-Mangan Tonic and Blood Enricher Cuticura Soap Complexions Are Healthy ...

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

!► m ^LDOUGLAS *5 6 *7**8 SHOES M W. L DoaglM ihoec are actually de- manded year after year by more peopla than any other shoe In the world BECAUSE y- LDouir,£B pnvnvjii has been inak- log aorpMtinrly good shoos for forty- ix yearn. This ex- perience of nearly half a cen- tury iu making shoes suitable lor Men and Women in all walks of life should mean eoraething to you when you need shoee and are looking? for the best shoe values for your money. W.L.DOUGLAS ;>>«• £ quality, material and work- manship are bdtar than ever before; only by examining them can you appreciate their superior qualities. Ho Matter Where You Lire shoe dealers can supply you with W. L. Douglaa shoes. If not convenient to call at one of our 110 stores in the large cities. aak your shoe dealer for W. L. Douglas shoes. Pro- tection ajrainst unreasonable profits is guaranteed by the name and price stamped on ____________— £* "H® £,ry .Pair, btfore H f« ■* h ym waft. the shoes leave the factory. —a. f^f Refuse...

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

aaa HEART i 9- .75 at hs - - 40 > stops at explritllon uf sulsntp- So paper "forced" >>u anyone. aa aecond-cltuu matter .tuly lit. MS. at the puatofSceat Husk. 'rejoin. anitvr he Act of March 3. lHTff. I Hatter Intended for publication .should be •lined. Address matter lor i.lic newspiiiier The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. There is a very handsomely decorated Christmas tree in Mose ley's Drug store window. The spirit of Christmas is there in life- like proportions and looking upon it will make one desirous of en- joying again the thrills of child- hood. It bring? back in memory those joyous days when Santa made his annual visit and the empty stocking was placed with- in easy reach of the fireplace on Christmas Eve so that Santa would lose no time on his visit and could amply fill the recepta- cle in the short time he had al- lotted for each visit. To us it brings recollections of a certain fireplace in a huge stone house in southern Pennsylvania where hos- pitality and good...

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

t/ Rusk, Texas December IS, 1922 To Our Friends and Patrons: CHaistmas Time—the season of good cheer and Santa Claus; and we want to take this opportunity of extending our heartiest greetings and to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And, too, may we say a word of thanks for the business you have so kindly turned our way during 1922? This business has been sincerely appreciated, and we trust it has been so handled as to justify a continuance of our past pleasant relations. But now—at this Yuletide Season—we wish you and yours a wonderfully Happy Christmas, and a 1923 filled with joy, prosperity and plenty. Cordially yours, W. H. Tucker. LEGEND OF THE MI8TLET6| Yuletide Bough Wat Responsible for Ooath of Bald«r, Son of Odin, an Old 8tory. mistletoe bough, ac^ X I ,'ort""8 to an old Scandl- I nuvlan legend, was respon- slble for the death of Balder, the son of Odin, and the God of Eloquence and Poetry. Having Informed his mother, Frlga, that a dream had warned him o...

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

m ■ j i- v Com- that is taken into the mov lg elements, and turned le blood stream, which pi iston Control Conference, expressed some doubt as to the forthcom- ng results unless the citizenship of the State would awake to the gravity of the situation. Col. H. H. Haines of the Hous- ton Chamber of Commerce, de- clared that a mosquito Control campaign should be carried on in conjunction with a campaign for drainage for agricultural purpos- es. Prof. A. C. Chandler of the Rice Institute expressed the opinion that schools should pay more attention to sanitary meth- ods. Instructions in sanitary methods before public campaigns would be entirely effective. Mr. J. A. LePrince, the right hand man of General Gorgas in the Panama Canal Zone sanita- tion worK, declared that the hu- man waste through malaria was far greater than generally sup- posed. He stated that while he had no definite statistics for the •whole of Texas, that-some coun ties in the State showed a twen- ty five per cent infec...

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

Society and Clubs <JICrt. W. L. Martin. Editor, Phone 69 " l DDD r—— Tacky Party. The high school juniors enter- tained the seniors last Friday night with a tacky party at the home of Berenice Forster. Tacky punch-buttermilk was served to the guests on their arrival. Tacky games were played fol- lowed by the serving of hot choc- olate and cake. Mrs. Egbert Copeland and Elmer McCord were awarded prizes for being the tackiest of the tacky. Friday Bridge. Miss Lois Guinn was hostess to the Bridge Club last Friday af- ternoon. Chrysanthemums were used for decorations. Two ta- bles played and prizes for high and low score were given, abridge set to Mrs. Stevens and table numbers to Mrs. Wilkerson. A salad course was served. Those playing were: Mesdames R. L. Hatchett, E. R. Gregg, W. M. Schluter, Forrest Reagan, Earl Wilkerson, Raymond Vermillion, Harmon Stevens and the hostess. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licens es were granted by Conn t v Clerk F\ M. Priest from Dec 7 ...

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

- i "\y; ' i |'V;; f m THE RUSK CHBROKEEAN ft i h *W-A v.- -: v. 3. n a ( j "PLAY IT OUT!" BYNOPSI8.—Answering an adver- tisement calling (or a young man willing to engage in service of dan- ger, Uatthew West, ex-service man lust returned from France, where he had been captain of engineers, meets Natalie Coolidge, writer of the advertisement, and without be- ing instructed as to his probable duties, is engaged by her, and that same evening introduced to her friends as her fiance. That night, in the Coolidge home. West is star- tled by the appearance in his room of a young woman, whom he takes to be Natalie, but who escapes be- fore he can be sure. CHAPTER II—Continued. —3—- "Only what my father left him, Which was a considerable sum, and a limited Interest In the business. He was very much dissatisfied with his share. Before I was born he had con- fidently expected to inherit every- thing." "The estate then Is not settled?" "Not until I am twenty-live; within a few days now." "And y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 December 1922

>?7*S$77; | W/ZY:W! THE RUSK CHEHOKEEAN « Pv v V glHIgBngEiasnBtlBiaSMfW)^^ The Christmas Holly Girl 0-r3 ECQiQfaS ©El-SiQ Bra era BB flO lloUB t r Jf * r mm © UrKi<?r -ooc/ >* L/nq/et-*r°° </ • nrd, who'd a right to dig his grave without opposition from nobody; now you're markin' out a trail for that kid to foller. See? Me an' my friends here ain't no call to interfere between father an' son," dropping his voice to an easy, familiar tone, and placing a hand encouragingly upon the treinu- olus shoulder, "so long as the father makes a good deal; but when he slumps,"—his voice was still soft, but the steely glint returned to ills eyes— "then me an' my friends step in. Sabe? Beln' the first kid In camp, we've con- stltooted ourselves his guardian—just like every man in the place will do soon's they hear of his beln' here." He turned back to ills companions. The watery-eyed man, after one long, wistful,farewell glance toward the bar, resumed his fruit- less search of the goo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 December 1922

mmm . ■I • . , • & ==== = WMMM WELCOMES YOU.. prr-v WPrnFMM The Jewel Theatre of Rusk is now under new management, and will open Friday Nite at 7 o'clock with the best pictures that have ever been shown in your city. The war is over and we will have a fixed price on all pictures. « "" • • — • • • • • Children lOc Adults 25c ■MI iwg -jmsmsmtBumm PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK Friday Nite 7 o'clock Grand Opening: WALLACE REID in "The Dictator." Saturday starts at 1 p. m. Dorothy Dalton in "The Siren Call." Monday and Tuesday: A Super Special "Fools' Paradise." Wednesday: At "The Stage Door." Oh! Boy it's a peach. Thursday: Ethel Clayton "HER OWN MONEY." Mothers, see this picture. Friday: '' Cappy Ricks.'' Saturday: Fred Stone "Tee Duke os Chimney Butte." ON CHRISTMAS DAY We will present you with one of the Season's Pest: GLORIA SWANSON in "Her Gilded Cage." COMING: "Blood and Sard." "Manslaughter." '|The Old Homestead." This is a program that can't be beat. We Welcome You to This Theatre If...

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