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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 January 1927

/ J ■J W:' - ' •IPfe^ . owfe* wiiflM y WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL CHEROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY , VOL. 28. NO. St. BUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13 .927. ,M35S VOL. 8, NO 29 01 strict Court Busy On Criminal Docket. -S With the exception of the dis- position of one civil suit, that of Ada Copeland vs. Henry Mal- lard, et al., an action to quiet title to land, the time has been devoted to consideration of criminal cases with the following results: State of Texas vs. A. Free, dis- posing of mortgaged property, given a five year suspended sent- ence. State vs. J. E. Arrant, charged with transporting liquor. Trial by jury and verdict of not guilty. State vs. Howard Selman, charged with transporting liquor. Trial by jury and given five year suspended sentence. State vs. Otis King, cattle theft, given two year suspended sentence. State of Texas vs. A. Z. Brook, selling intoxicating liquor. Dis- missed. This b...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 January 1927

_ :w fef'i New Year! -KANSAS CITY LIFE To our more than 40,000 Texas policy holders, we thank you for your patron- age. To all our Texas friends, we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year The Kansas City Life Record The Kansas City Life Insurance Company is a strong and aggressive institution with over 170,000 policy holders, over $340,000,000,00 Life Insurance in force, and over $40,000,000 in gilt-edged assets. Texas business in force is more than $85,000,000.00. 1926 Record: Company's new business approximately $100,000,000.00; new business in Texas over $18,000,000.00 LIVE AGENT WANTED —in your community. The Orville Thorp Agency offers a very attractive Agency Contract to men of high standards and proven selling ability. Liberal first year commissions. Non-forfetable renewal features. Free Educational Insurance Training Courses. Personal service and close co-operation. A business opportunity with a real future. Previous Insur- ance experience unnecessary. Write for particular...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 January 1927

JANUARY I3,:ifl2T IBB BUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE THRJC1 A i ^ - A ■y ..$I09,53J.07 No. 1270 Official Statement of Financial Condition of the CITIZENS' STATE BANK, at Rusk, State of Texaa, at the close of business on the 31 day of December. 1926. published in the Ruak Cherokee- an, a newspaper pritited and published at Rusk, State of Texas, on the 13ih. day of Jauuary, 1927. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, undoubtedly good on personal or or collateral security Loans secured by real estate, worth at least twice the amount loaned thereon 22,074.-?I Overdrafts, undoubtedly good 249.98 Bonds, stocks and other securities.. 61,733 95 Other Real Estate 9,048.76 Furniture and Fixtures ... 9,125.00 Cash on hand P14,4"^ Due from approved reserve agents.- v 51,421.82 Due from other banks and bankers, subject to check on demand 3,602.31 Interest in Depositors'Guaranty Fun j36.33 Assessment Depositors' Guaranty Fun 3,794,18 Acceptances and Bills of Exchange, undoubtedly good 333.53 Other Resources 501.0...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 January 1927

v *W |v a H. O. WARD Editor and Publisher A woman my b *n the bis- ouit, put arsenic in tie coffee, lay awake and Inas all night, and even threaten to eommit suicide,' and get by with it all, but when she starts to faint that is carry- ing the joke just a little too far ■ntered as second-class matter, July lft, 1019, at the postoffice at Rusk, Tqxat, under the Act of March 8, W79. OFFICE PHONE 316 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 1.50 Six Months------ .75 Three Months .40 One reason that some of us never make good lodge mem- bers is because we never enjoy- ed hearing a bunch of men sing the opening ode. o You do not hear so much in these latest days about "brain fag." The fact is that most of the modern indulgences do not require any brain activity. o Just because a man says he doesn't know what whiskey tastes like, nowadays, does not necessarily imply that he never takes a drink. It does not taste like whiskey. o Those who have been unhap- pily married on the occasion of their first ve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 January 1927

1 ■ was /! /- #) BACK TO THE OLD NAME TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: Some twenty-five years ago the present business was opened by the now owner and conducted for many years under the name of A. R. Odom, and was some ten years ago incorporated under the name of The Dialville Mercantile Co. under the Texas Laws covering stock companies. This organization has been dissolved through the same process as former- ly chartered and is owned solely by A. R. Odom and family and shall hereafter be known as ODOM'S DRY GOODS AND READY TO WEAR. For the past few months we have endeavored to reduce and cut come lines that we do not wish to carry and our stock was greatly reduced by the First of the New Year and since then we have been filling in our stock with the very best Merchandise that we could buy and at the new low prices for the year based on the low cotton market. Our aim is to Standardize this store to the extent that we will carry so far as possible only the Standard Brands and Union Made...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 13 January 1927

ll«t Officer*. - T. E. L. of the Baptist school, Mrs. Charles >mpson teacher, met at the of Mrs. P. M. Priest, Sat- January 8bh. The follow- offlcers were elected: Mrs.P. M. Priest—President Mrs. J. T. Pryor—First Vice President. Mrs. Harrott—Second Vice President. Mrs. C. D. Poe—Third Vice President. Mrs. Dickey—Secy. Treasurer Mrs. Rushing—Pianist. The class will have cheir busi- ness and social meeting on the second Saturday of each month. W. M S. Society. J The Missionary Society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. T. B. Mallard on Monday, January 17th., in a social meet- ing and the following program will be rendered: Hymn. Bible Study, "The God of So- cial Justice,"—Mrs. J. P. Car- ter, leader. Prayer—Mrs. Sam J. Smith. Hymn. Missionary Topic, "Steward- ship, Sharing All"—Mrs. Ellis. Hymn, "Take My Life and Let It Be." Bulletin—Mrs. Prank Guinn. Stewardship Pledge, (in uni- son.) Silent Prayer. Hymn—348. Prayer. The Wightman's Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. John Wightman e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 January 1927

o !• ■ 8 1 Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 2^. NO. &■.. Narrow Escape In An Auto Accident. What might have proven one of the most appalling catastrophes in connection with the operation of autos in Cherokee county, was miraculously avoided through timely succor being near the scene at the time. Edgar Ford, accompanied by his wife and little two and a half year-old daughter, Marjorie May, was en route in their pract ically new Ford Coupe, from Tyler to Rusk, late Saturday afternoon, and while just West of the Cotton Belt crossing, be- yond Oakwood, and about five miles from Rusk, the car, which was being driven by Mrs. Ford, became unmanageable, from some of those inexplicable causes characteristic of automobiles, when they simply 7et away from us and run wild, when ther j is nothing to do but trust in / lod. The car turned compl tely over and all three of the . icu- pants were help...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 January 1927

P «KJ jrvwan who had a p or, starving wo' ■• t^vr i. Irl <tecl tpr* ffttinsr t\ro e«tfs >t* wona, i egirdfeiiaf6f hi'i !• >i d out the u e rozono ■RL^ Editor and Publisher Entered at second-class matter, July " 1, 1910, at the postofflce at Rusk, under the Act of March 8, \ ' 1 iM j *- <>• OFFICE PHONE 316 subscription rates: One Year $ 1.50 Si* Month* 75 Three Months .40 Somehow, we have but little higher regard for the specially hired prosecutor than we have for the same kind ot' a persecut- or. Looking back to the days of your childhood can't you recall that nearly all the invalids of the day outlived most of those robust citizens who were the very pict- ure of health? We have.notexperienced much change here since we have had a new governor, but that may be due to the fact that the peniten- tiary is no longer located at our back door. The price of kerosene has been reduced in New York, in wagon tank lots, but who wants to buy kerosene in such quantities, or go to N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 January 1927

Showing This Week Spring Coats- Spring Dresses Exceptional Values That You Will Appreciate The Virginia Hart Apron Frocks and Wash Dresses are here. Exclusive designs in Prints, Ginghtfms, Linens, Etc. $1.95 and up. Close Out Price of One Dollar On Children's Shoes About 25 pairs of Children's $2.00 and $2.50 Shoes and Slippers that we wish to close. Good style and sizes. This week:— $ 1 .OO a pair Men's Four-Piece Cloth-Craft Suits Medium weight—for all year round wear. Just 12 left—Our regular $35.00 Suit. Personal Items "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. B. B. Perkins made a business trip to Paris, this week. C. H. Martin of Jacksonville, was a visitor here iast Saturday. $25 .85 Best LL Tomato Sheeting On the Low Cotton Market Price RUSK O DOM'S TEXAS DRY GOODS and READY-TO-WEAR Fresh Vegetables of all kinds i at Jay's. Z. B. Stokes of Forest, attend- ed court here last week. J. S. Ramsouer was a visitor in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 January 1927

<: ■wP'tev ,V u «'"7 IIV iP ifi • •>" t ' vllk" PI«i Trip I T« Bear Nr. Locey onville, January. 16th.,— The author of "Saigptny' ular war-time book, Mr. omas Lucey, is slated to ap- pear at Lon Morris College, Jan nary 26th. A number of tickets have been secured already b.v local people. A number of cars are going from Rusk, Dialville, Ponta and Gallatin. "An overflow crowd will tax the capacity of the College audi torium," is the prediction given out by Dean Stanton, who said he was basing his forecast of at tendance on the advanced sale of tickets. Tickets are on sale at Odom's Drug Store. Besides being known as an author, Mr. Lucey has an inter- national reputation as a Poet-En- tertainer, Actor, Satirist, Cari- caturist, and Song Humorist. He has been characterized as the "Man With Forty Funny Faces." He is sometime editor of the "Missouri Mule," a "different" humorous and literary magazine. The Dallas Times Herald's re- port of Mr. Lucey's appearance in that city stated t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 January 1927

t The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 28. NO. is*. BUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27 .927. VOL. 8, NO 31 W. S. Ault Found Not Guilty By Jury. The case oiTthe State of Texas vs W. S. Ault on the charge of murder, growing out of the kill- ing of Frank Dickson, a Jack- sonville youth, which took place • at the country store of the de- fendant on the night of June 2nd., 1926, was started in the District court last Thursday morning, but did not reach the jury until Monday afternoon of this week, resulted in a verdict of not guilty being returned with- in two or three hours. There has always been con- siderable variance in the ac- counts of the deplorable affair given out by those who were on the ground or near by at the time, and these discrepancies were just as pronounced at the trial. However, it seems that there is no question about the young man and a lady companion hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 January 1927

Rusk Cherokeean newspaper published every I y morning at Ruek, Cherokee 1 ■hV if ■ I {• .1 r J J- r1 if li I' onnty, Tew*. H. O. WARD Editor end Publiaber Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at liusk. Texas, under the Act cf March 3. 1879. OFFICE PHONE 316 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Montiit -76 Three Montha 40 Colds Cost Monet /I tf uflmfW ihtt m wuSmmJttmfUt low Ihrmdmya' tin* from work Inav—r. FORTIFY YOURSELF AGAINST COLDS, GRIPPE Tone up your body with 'DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY All Dealers. Liquid or Tablets. NOTHING UD IT ON BASTE The new treatment (or torn fleeh, cuts, wounds, eons or lacerations that is doing sueh wonderful work in flesh healing is the Borosone liquid and powder combina- tion treatment The liquid Borosone is a powerful antiseptio that purifies the wound of all poisons and infectious germs, while the Borozone powder is the great healer. There is nothing like it on earth for speed, safety and efficiency. Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 January 1927

'•"* ... MM •-V I f I ,.Vf ^ Personal Items AMERICA'S BEST WORK CLOTHES CROWN BRAND and PAYMASTER OVERALLS JUMPERS SHIRTS That's What We Are Selling—And That's What We Believe Crown Brand Overalls are made of 220-Wt. White Back Blue Denim in both high back and suspender back style. They are Union Made and every pair carries this guarantee:— "A NEW PAIR FREE IF THEY FADE OR SHRINK" Paymaster Overalls are made of heavy Blue Denim—are full cut and double stitched throughout. Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction. The Best for the Price—$ 1.50. Unionalls, and Kbaki Pants, Jumpers, Shirts for Every Service When you buy STANDARD WORK CLOTHES you are assured of getting Full Value for your money. 'S«y It With Flowers." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pat plants, funeral designs? Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Dallas Jay of Summerfiold was iu Rusk last week. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds at Jay's. Cecil Ecmundson of Houston lias returned to Rusk. You can get a good merchant's lunch at the East...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 January 1927

iWil ?* ■ S?H' SW4 I I I | 1 1 1 Li ? ii |I I I I srtifiofttesol the second class be obtAined by examinations Applicants who desire to Ee examinations lor certificates iki any county must register with he county superintendent not later than the twentieth day day of the month peceding the exam ination which he desires to take. Registration meay be made by letter or in person. The appli- cant should give his age, sex, oolor, number of years experi ence in teaching Dates of Examination* February 4-5 August 5-6 April 1-2 September 5-3 June 3 4 December 2-3 July 1-2 E. S. Erwin. Co. Supt, Cherokee Co. Texas MARRIAGE UCENSES Last Friday evening the Fri- day Night bridge Club was most plea8antly entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hatchett. Here for several hours1 duplicate bridge kept ever.vone busy. In the middleof theeven- ing refreshments were served. A feature of the evening was several musical numbers render- ed by Mrs Wells, mother of our former citizen. Mrs. H. L. Thack-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1927

mm- ) WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL CHEROKEEAN WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 28. NO. S*. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY .S .927. VOL. 8, NO 32 Ore Development Is Now Assured Beaumont, Jan. 31.—It is ru- mored in financial circles here that Houston is practically cer- tain to become the hub from which the major partof the Texas iron ores will be developed, a field which is considered by many eminent engineers as the greatest undeveloped iron ore deposits in the United States. It has leaked out that a financial group of Houstonians has an option on properties and is now checking up on a report made by engineers, and the deal may be consummat- ed within the next 60 days. Beau- mont, which was selected at one time as an outlet for the East Texas ore deposits, has appar- ently lost all chance of securing the coveted prize. This was brought about by lack of finan- cial support. The troubles of the Texas Steel Company...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1927

Rusk Cherokeean iptr published every at Rusk, CherokM morning Texas. " ' \ H. O: WARD Editor and Publisher It is claimed that the average American woman wears a size 6i ylove. She probably averages about the same number in shoes, but there is no way of getting at the figures along this line. Taluini; in West Texas is gen- , , i eral and quite populn \\ infactit Entered as second-clwe matter, July . . 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, | is on^ of th^ir chiet a set*, but Texas, under the Act of March 3. over,in this diversified section it 1879 is not always polic.v to let the nn- OFFICE PHONE 316 fV SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One .Year $ 1-50 Six jilontht .75 Three Months .40 winding come too strong. The counteraction and resistance is not so great PREVENTS INFECTION The greatest discovery in flesh healing is the marvelous Borozone, a preparation j that comes in liquid and powder form. na„ ).,,(• TOnnHpr what, the It; >s a combination treatment that not Oile can but wonder wnat tne ; o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1927

> VJ V t f ft Personal Items NEW GOODS Are coming in every day and we are now prepared to take care of your purchases in almost any line. First Showing of the New Packard Styles In our windows are the first footwear arrivals—the advance guard of the new season not far ahead. No other styles like them in town—You can be sure of their exclusiveness. And besides—PACKARDS are noted for their long wear. To make room for goods coming in we are offering Special Close Out Prices on many items. May be just what you want—and the the saving is big. Here are Some of the Reductions in Dresses: $ 5.75 Wool Dresses $ 2.98 15.00 Wool Dresses 8.98 18.75 Wool Dresses , 12.50 25.00 Wool Dresses 15.00 A Few Numbers in Silk Dresses Reduced, Too. f Visit with us and Find Out What We Can Do for You ODOM'S DRY GOODS and READY-TO-WEAR You can get fresh Bermuda hay cheap for cash, at Jay's. Say It With Flow.n." Say it with ours. I Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Fred Rin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 February 1927

<% r nan , . Nfkei Interesting Report. We are publishing the report of the recent Grand Jury not on ly as a matter of news, but for its moral effect, and then for com- prehensiveness and diction its a literary classic. It follows: To Hon. C. A. Hodges, Judge Second Judicial Dist: We convened on the 13th. day of December, 1926 and have been in session twelve full days since that time. We have dilligently investigated such violations of the law as have been brought to our attention, and from these in- vestigations we have returned 46 bills of lindictment, all of which are felonies. The reason for no bills of misdemeanor indictments ]b given in another paragraph of this report. We have had a'number of oth • er cases under investigation and worked with patience fand dilli- gence to find sufficient evidence to warrant indictments, believ- ing that the violators of the law in these cases should be made to pay the penalty of the law, but due to the fact that many wit- nesses withheld fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1927

V The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL VOL. 28. NO. Si,. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY BUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10, .927 VOL. 8, NO 33 The District Court Makes Good Record The December term of the Dis- trict Court of Cherokee County is practically over, this being the last week and nothing of much importance to heard. It has been a very active term, with much litigation disposed of and Judge Hodges has been very zealous and effective in his ef- forts to expedite matters. From the criminal docket there have been a number of convict- ions, a few dismissals, and sever- al acquittals, mostly in liquor cases. The suspended sentence route seems to be a popular mode of punishment. There were a few hung juries, and other juries that probably should have been hung. The grand jury made a thor- ough investigation and you can not even buy buttermilk in the old familiar fruit jar. The next investigating body w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 February 1927

V '■ '" • v ,?l ' ' ' ' *< v , f' ■S&iiB? Rusk Cherokeean newspaper published every morning at nty, Tax**. publi# Rusk, CherokM H. O. WARD Editoi' and PublUbar Entered as' second-class matter, July 18, 1919, at tiie postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. A Washington judge has laid A man may use "stay-comb", down the rule of refusing ali-! talcum po^dfer and perfumery, mony to the woman who is a"ble a nd thereby cover up some of to work. He is right as far as his defetcs, but when he has a he goes,_ but he should make her getbusy and pay alimony to her husand. fever blister" there is nothing in the world that will make him presentable. OFFICE PHONE 316 A British Columbia fisher-! man, whose boat capsized with him, was cast upon an island, | where he had to subsist for twenty-two days on raw scale fish. Suppose he had had nothing but sweet potatoes. I flow Doctors Treat . Colds and the Flu To break up a cold overnight or to cut short an attack of grippe, in...

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