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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1927

''<1) " ■ i. The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 26, 1327. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 8. NO. 49. RUSK SHIPS ITS FIRST CAR OF TOMATOES. 1 } The first car of tomatoes of the crop of 1927, to be -shipped out of Rusk, was billed out by the Rusk Produce Company, Monday. It was graded No. 1, reds, and was said to be' of excellent quality. The average price paid for it was $1.15, and while this is not quite up to the average for the first ship- ments it is not so discouraging and made the car bring approximately $1,000. The acreage in this section is not quite as large as it was last year, but the production is expected to be about the same, and it is not ex- pected that the market will go to piece's as it did last year. The growers here have been for- tunate in that they did not suffer from the late freeze as was the case in the no...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1927

. , ■* ■.' ■ '.is;,' n\y,- >S® i; ' THE RUSK CHEROKKKAN mk WE HAVE JUST INSTALLED THE NEW MESS ELECTRIC DRILLING AND COUNTER- SINKING BRAKE LINING MACHINE 11 ■;, Jy ;i | II • -i This Machine countersinks the head of the rivet into the lining, eliminat- ing scored brake drum which happens when other methods are used. When your brakes need lining, let us give you a Factory Job, using Genuine John-Manville Brake Lining—100% Pure Asbestos. PARRISH, FORREST & WILLIAMS James F. Carter,Jr., has returned to his home in Tulsa, Okla., after a week-end visit witih hia parents, Rev. and Mrs J. F. Carter. He expects to return in June, accompanied by his wife and daughter, for a longer visit. Miss Slone, teacher of domestic | science in the Rusk High School, presented Miss Ludie Stoval with a book, for having made highest: daily average in accuracy and neatness during the term. The' pupils knew nothing of this contest and as a re- sult the compliment came as a com- plete surprise to Miss L...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1927

mm ' PAGE TfUUEa # CHAD V > UATION EX EXCISES WERE VERY IMPRESSIVE MISS MARY STOVALL VALEDICTORIAN The abo.ve likenets of Miss Mary Stovall, valedictorian of the 1!)27 graduation class; of the Rusk High School, was very kindly loaned us by the Houston I'ost-Dispatch. Appeared in their Sunday edition, and while it is a very good production, is not, in the judgment of most of us, as good looking as we regard Miss Mary as being. The exercises, which were held at the Methodist Church, on the evening of Friday, May 21st., were quite impressive and certainly reflected grer\t credit upon the participants, and the manner and ability of those of the cla.-s who were on the pro- gram 'certainly paid a tribute not only to themselves, but those who had their training and education ir. cnarge during the long and exacting j years through which they were pre-1 paring for and being equal to the 1 great day. To mention each one who thus ac- quitted themsxhv.s would be a re-j cital of the entire ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1927

r Clothes may nofc make the man, 1 Sir ihil ' We'laBience Ife ['[i- V ill imi W 1H pobliabed trwy it ftuik, CharokM * * > O. WARD, Bdltor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Awt. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act c£ March 8, W9. :n SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Montht. .75 Three Months .40 After all, about the biggest crank in the' world is the reformed drunkard. it would them are the making of the popular woman of today. Some people will buy anything on earth that they can get on time. In fact time and date of payments is the least of their worries. o One disadvantage of living in a small town is that they never hear of a reduction in the price of gaso- line until it has gone back up again. o Outside of having to listen to the graduation address the commence- ment exercises are usually not so terrible. o The only pobable reaon why some of the modern dresses are not .-horter is becau...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1927

*"r. "•• ; ■ ] ,-v - >"/n% > • I 1 II * &£ E3 i % s 1 S LOOK! Boy Sconts Monster Nardi IGras QUEEN CORONATION and Minstrel Jubilee Saturday Nite, Nay 28 See the Monster NARDI GRAS Street Pageant Parade Led by the QUEEN and Her Royal Maids of Honor, starting from the Square Promptly at 7 P. M. I SEE the Grand March to the Throne and | Crowning of the Queen. | SEE the Seldom Fed Minstrels. § 200 of your own Homefed, Home | Town and Home-grown Kiddies I I See how smart Your own Kids are A Scream from Start to Finish TWO SHOWS SATURDAY NIGHT | At 7:30 and 9 o'clock. Admission-—Child 25, Adult, 50c. § — £ CORONATION and JUBILEE at | Troublefield's Store Personal Items "Say It With Flowan." Say it with our*. Cut flower*, pot plants, funeral designs. Urs. Lee Ross, Phone 68. Denman Shaw, of Troup, was a business visitor in Rusk, last Saturday. fr If you would be' successful—use Certo for Preserving—at Jay's Finis Stovall and family visited ' relatives and friends in Lufkin, | Sun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 May 1927

ml if: JI fis If jtf . d v-f ill I i i I i i § 1; r;y£ ^jhwa. *m r%%m •*jWK IT CONES iff v '■; Cj * TO TIRES M" We offer you the finest equipment that the world's largest tihe factory can produce. GOODYEAR ALL WEATH- ERS if you want the best. GOODYEAR - BUILT PATH- FINDER if you want max- imum quality for a mini- mum investment. These two types offer you a qual- ity tire at just about the price you want to pay. We See These Goodyear Values 30x31 Awt.cic.rd $10.05 30x32 Pathfinder C1 Cord 7.60 29x4.40 Pathfinder Balloon 8.70 30x4.95 cr. awt. b.i 16.40 Come ip and get our price on your size offer you—in addition—a brand of SERVICE that will make sure that every Good- year Tire you buy from us will deliver its full quota of mileage and satisfaction on your wheels, isn't this the kind of TIRE SERVICE you want? Parrish, Forrest & Williams a #r ..,|3 ■■:0m 41 /

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1927

Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKFE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 2, 1927. VOL. 8. NO. 50. GRADUATION AT EXERCISES RUSK COLLEGE. The following program will be rendered in connection with Rusk College Graduation exercises, to be held at the College Auditorium, Friday, June 3rd., at 10:00 A. M. 1. March "Power ond Glory" Sousa Mrs. Shelby Invocation __ Rev. W. J. Rushing Salutatory Address Audrey Simmons Class Prophecy __ Lois Pryor Valedictory Address Charles Dailey Song "Come Gracious Spirit" Marts The Misses Atkinson and Poter- field and Messrs. King and Jenkins 8. Class Address __Rev. A. S. Lee 9. Presentation of Diplomas Dr. L. J. Mims 10. Benediction __ Rev A. S. Lee TOMATO MARKET IS NOT HOLDING UP. While the tomato yield for this section is turning out about an average, both in production and qual- ity, the market is going to the bad ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1927

NO «OIL WE HAVE THE IRON ORE. Rusk, proper, has never had a and might not know what to do with one if it should come along, but it has substantial resources and has ever kept within the possibilities of th«! same, and when development is brought about it will give the town industries that will mean something, not related to a boom or anything visionary, but based on what is known to be here and about tfltie extent of which there can be no question. As to what the oil development is going to bring forth, is problematical, just as such ventures always are. There is no question about the indi- cations pointing to something worth while, and that those who should know are comparatively confident of what is destined to follow the acti- vities, and we naturally all hope and are inclined to believe that they are right, and if it turns out good there is j really no way of conjecturing what the immediate future may hold for the community, the town and the county. But, there is one' great reso...

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

~ ^ £/■ .V'Vv citation rumor jarvis well in sano is denied anitin Abstract and Title Company * Abstracts, Titles Compiled, Maps and Platting TITLES PERFECTED Thirty years continuous experience in Texas in the. Abstract and Title Business. "SERVICE" Our Motto Office at Court House with County Surveyor. Phone 33 Rusk, Texas Vi: A rumor that the Humble Oil and Refining Company's Southern Fine well at Jarvis had struck what ap- peared to be oil sand at a depth of about 4,400 feet was current in Jack- sonville Monday, but was denied at the office of the Humble Company here. The well was reported drilling atf a depth of about 4,400 feet Sat- urday with the bit working in a red j formation. The Elliott-Clark No. 1 is shut- down waiting for plugging to set. Drilling is still under way at Earle & Ragsdale No. 2 and Reynolds Mortgage Co. A rumor that the drill bit had penetrated the Cap Rock at the Humble Oil and Refining Company's Earle and Ragsdale No. 2 was denied at noon today by R. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1927

Entered u econd-clM* matter, July 16, 1919, at the poetofflce^at Ruik, ■ '■, . ' ' j ' ' J d H'O. WAID, HUtotand FubiUher Fieri L Vud, Asst. Editor Se Pub Office Phone SIC Tune, under the Act ol 1879. ■heir that are klled and injttr^ *Ml« nw® gerc on the modern motor bus, in comparison to the numbet carried, than meet with accidents on rail road trains. Not only that, but you stand a better chance to collect inviting damages from the big cor- poration, whether you are hurt or not, and this could not be possible from the privately owned industry. BPS' 1 v/'.'Vii, ^ '-rp® NOTICE OF ROAD BOND 'mm W SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year f 1.50 Sit Montht - .76 Three Months -40 Next to working cross-word puz- zles, our idea of a complete waste of time would be that devoted to suggesting names of Jiggs' elephant or Spark Plug's colt. A Kentuckian who was suffering from a boil put an end to it all, by taking poison. While the remedy ■was a trifle radical the ailment was enough to justify most any r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1927

> i' JpS&V . $fr' ;*5 ■ VI-— ■ •*• about used car allowances Most new car sales now in- volve the trading-in of a buyer's used car. More and more people are asking: "Why should my used car seem to have several val- ues? Why should deal- ers . in different makes of cars offer me allowances differing materially? .... Does the largest allowance offered mean the best deal for me?" Here are basic facts: IYour used car has seemingly different values because com- petitive dealers are bidding to sell you a new car. 2 Your used car has only one fundamental basis of value: what the dealer who accepts it in trade can get for it in the used car market. 3 The largest trade-in allowance which is offered on your used car is not necessarily the best deal for you. Sometimes it is; but some- times it is not. 4 An excessive allowance may mean that you are paying an excessive price for the new car in comparison with its real value. 5 Judge the merits of the new car in comparison with its price, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 June 1927

' . y "v-X ' ih ""'"ill'' ' I" fflrMIHfti HTW' "'TWi1i^rBnWfiinWI1Tiiilri^l?M^VIiflllltfWi^nliiW'liVTlfiiOTTI^^IBiiiltfyitfjtfiiLinfi. 1.iiMij]iiWIWIIIBI||lilBlt![!]M!B!i^^ 1 ¥:; WHEN IT ✓ COMES m& "X. TO TIRES I IH is P& We offer you the finest equipment that the world's largest tire factory can produce. GOODYEAR ALL WEATH- ERS if you want the best. GOODYEAR - BUILT PATH- FINDER if you want max- imum quality for a mini- mum investment. These two types offer you a qual- ity tire at just about the price you want to pay. We See These Goodyear Values 30x32 Awt.Cl.Cord $10.05 30x32 Pathfinder CI Cord 7.60 29x4.40 Pathfinder Balloon... 8.70 30x4.95 Gr-Awt-Ba| 16.40 Come in and get our price on your size offer you—in addition—a brand of SERVICE that will make sure that every Good- year Tire you buy from us will deliver its full quota of mileage and satisfaction on your wheels. Isn't this the kind of TIRE SERVICE you want? Williams Forrest Parrish, Authorized Ford Sales and Service...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

i^r. The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAI^ Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 9, 1927 VOL. 8 NO. 51. POLK GUINN SURPRISES FRIENDS AND MINISTER P. A., familiarly and cordially known as "Polk" Guinn, our effi- cient and popuar deputy tax collector, surprised his friends and most every- one else, by getting married, last Friday evening. Not that Polk did not have the right, or even the' symptoms, but no one knew that the event was so near a hand, and it was carried out with- out notce or ostentaton. About eight o'clock on the date mentioned, together' with the now Mrs. Guinn, be was calling at the home of R. E. Pinley, on South Crockett street, when suddenly and by mutual consent, Rev. J. F. Carter, pastor of the Methodist Church was called over from the parsonage, and in the presence of only three friends and no enemies, the sacred relation wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

m * T f f t f f t t t t t ? ❖ A * WHY WE SHO|HM>VO#iOlfTH£ CHEROKEE COUNTY ROAD BONDS JPie, fAe undersigned citizens of Rusk Territory, wish to submit to the voters some reasons why we should vote for the County Road Bond Issue on Saturday, June 18th. We believe it is an opportunity thai we cannot afford to let pass and we believe it is the duty of every man who is interested in the progress of this county and the welfare of his own family, friends and neighbors to support this ef- fort with his vote ann influence. Below are a few reasons why the bond issue should be voted: *3*3*3 *3*310*3 >3*3*3*3 *3 >3*3*3*30>3 *3*3 >3 *3*3 *3*3*3 *3*3 >3*3*3*3*3*3 *3*3*3*3E#3*3*3*3*3*3*3*3*3 1. Rusk territory has two federal highways, to-wit: Jim Hogg Highway, fromJBullard through Mt.Selman, Jacksonville, Dialville and on south through Alto to the Angelina County line. Highway No. 43, from the Neches River through Ironton to Summerfield and east to the Rusk County line. One Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

*> Fannin Abstract and Title Company Abstracts, Titles Compiled, Maps and Platting TITLES PERFECTED Thirty years continuous experience in Texas in the Abstract and Title Business. "SERVICE" Our Motto Office at Court House with County Surveyor. Phone 33 Rusk, Texas fr 4 "5s PAGS WE HAVE) JUST INSTALLED THE NEW RIESS ELECTRIC DRILLING AND COUNTER- 8INKING BRAKE LINING MACHINE This Machine countersinks the head of the rivet into the lining, eliminat- ing scored brake drum which happens when other methods are used. When your brakes need lining, let us give you a Factory Job, using Genuine John-Manville Brake Lining—100% Pure Asbestos. PARRISH, EORREST & WILLIAMS W1IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllll!IUIIIIIII!llllllllllllllllllllllll!!llll1!!lllllillllWI!llllilll!!]lllli]!lill!iiiHi!lll!llllll1ll!illllimi1l]|llllillB!1llllllllllflllllHIIII1llllllllHII:!llllll!llllllllHll1llHIIHi||llllHlllllll!l!llim!tllill!llil!l!!im j Everything Electrical! j When You Want J Electric Ranges, Electric Irons, j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

. . & - M * ■ Memphis, Tenn., June 7.—There are 1,640 Kiwanis clubs in the prin- cipal cities of the United State's and Canada With a membership of 100,- 160, according- to Fred C. W. Par- " , ker, of Chicago, International sec- retary of Kiwanis, who gave his an- nual report today to the delegates assembled here' his week for he 11th convention of the organization. "Since the Montreal convention in June, 1926, there have been built 110 i I Jarrtes W. Ellis, fatbjer of M. B. Ellis, Rusk business wan, was called in death at his late home, near Grape- land, in Houston county, at.5:10 a.ra. June 1st. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Hodges of the Methodist church, of Livelyville, were held at the church cemetery, Friday, June 2nd, at 10:00 a.m., after which the remains were interred at that point. • Deceased was born in Tennessee, in 1850, on July 16th., and had he lived until his approaching anniver- new clubs. New members from these clubs added 3,755 to the total mem-; sarV wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

..I - !W ; r' ■ ' «* ■ ' MM THE RUSK (CHEROXEEAN Personal Items "Say It With Flower.." Say it with ours. Cat flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 58. Gregg and Melvin Kurth, of Kurth- wood, La., are here this we'ek, visiting their mother, Mrs. Nell Kurth. Miss Pauline King spent last Fri- day and Saturday, visiting her friend, Miss Alice Frar.cis, in Nacogdoches. If you would be successful—use Certo for Preserving—at Jay's Mrs. Claude Manning returned Sunday, from a week's visit with re- latives and friends at Ratcliffe. Mrs. W. B. Lehman, of Jackson- ville, was a business visitor in Rusk, Monday afternoon. Old fashioned country meal, frtsh from the mill—at Jay's. Miss Lois Slayden returned Satur- day, from Waco, where she had been attending Boylor University. When you DROP your watch DROP in to see Wal-DROP. Mrs. Percy Kelly, of Lufkin, is visiting her mother, Mrs. H. W. New- man, of this city. Harold Bell Wright's "The Win- ning of Barbara Worth" at the Astor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

(■ ing at • Tvu , 0. WARD, Editor and Publialiar ■' * ■.'T^agr": L Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Offict> Phone 316 * ' ' . 7,' l '••,• 7_ ' _ .tered u second-clMs matter, July 1, 1919, at the postoffice at Rutk, under the Act oi March 8, |W." SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ou Year * JUW Six Montht -'J Three Month® A Chicaigw woman beat her hus- band because be said that she could not cook as well as her mother. Yet, there are people who still in- sist that it pays to tell the truth. o Some one remarked that he had rather have a monopoly of song writing than law writing. For our part, if we had the bulk of the bath towel business we would not care who run the rooming housos. interfere with your plain, bot are ao BceretiVe that it takes two at three hours to (fiet them located ana find out which porter handles the best goods. o The latest thing is reported to be a device that puts speech into the moving picture productions. That may take some of the novelty fri<ni the popular resorts, but s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

agerass m FACTS about used car allowances Most new car sales now in- volve the trading-in of a buyer's used car. More and more people are asking: "Why should my used car seem to have several val- ues? .... Why should deal- ers in different makes of cars offer me allowances differing materially? .... Does the largest allowance offered mean the best deal for me?" Here are basic facts: IYour used car has seemingly different values because com- petitive dealers are bidding to sell you a new car. 2 Your used car has only one fundamental basis of value: what the dealer who accepts it in trade can get for it in the used car market. 3 The largest trade-in allowance which is offered on your used car is not necessarily the best deal for you. Sometimes it is; but some- times it is not. 4 An excessive allowance may mean that you are paying an excessive price fdr the new car in comparison with its real value. 5 Judge the merits of the new car in comparison with its price, including all delivery ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 9 June 1927

t nil HiV iiiBi -rrtrtnrtH■ nr<irMWMMntiffr'tfiwrfMr*> 1 •• n"1' T1"""ammtnmsjifsmiW^sBhS Goodyear Tires are always BIG VALUE. But here are genuine Good- years-fresh, new stocks-at SPECIAL PRICES which make them the BIGGEST and BEST values we have ever offered Rusk owners. Here is SAFE and SANE TIRE EQUIPMENT at a GENUINE SAVING. ALL WEATHERS QAVQ1 Clincher OVX«J2 Fabric .. QAvQl Clincher OUAO2 Cord... 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x41 Ls„ S. S. Cord S. S. Cord S. S. Cord. $ 9.55 29x4.40 Balloon $11.10 10.05 30x4.95 Balloon 16.40 15.80 30x5.25 Balloon 18.35 16.70 31x5.25 Balloon. .. ... 18.90 18.40 30x5.77 Balloon 22.55 24.45 33x6.00 Balloon. 22.90 We have your size at an equal saving if it isn't shown here. Check over your tire needs and get your GOODY EARS now. Unknown Brands Are Risky More People Ride On Goodyear Tires Than On Any- Other Kind PATHFINDERS GOODYEAR BUILT AND GOODYEAR GUARANTEED. Tires that offer wonderful mileage and satisfaction for mighty little money. Com- pare these s...

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