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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1927

,1 © = H v>"y TUB BUSX GH£ROK£KAM The Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS 1. Location: In the very heart of East Texas, in a beautiful setting, in a progressive city; with easy access by private or public conveyance. No better place can be found to live than Nacogdoches, the Friendly City. 2. Facilities: Good buildings, modern laboratories, splendid library, excellent gymnasium and athletic equip- ment. Well educated, enthusiastic faculty—all insuring opportunities for study and the very best instruction. 3. Student Body: A total of 23G2 separate students enrolled during the past year. Why not become a member of this growing, enthusiastic group of young men and young women? 4. Courses Offered: The college offers strong cour- ses leading to certificates and degrees. Sound and thorough preparation for service in all phases of public school work. Piiys'cal and Health education, including Athletics, is fos- tered and encouraired. 5. Expenses: No regular tuitio...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1927

Rusk Cherokeean UE 5? y newspaper morning at Texas. ublished every Cherokee WABDi Editor and Publisher I L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 atered as second-class matter, July 1919, at the postoffice at Eusk, under the Act of March 3, SUBSCEIPTION EATES: On* Year * 150 Hit Months ..... .75 Three Months .40 There is at least one organiz- ation in which the male member- ship will exceed the female, and that is in these "Half Century Clubs." For confusion and exasperation the static of the radio has noth- ing on a bunch of men in a lodge room trying to sing the opening ode. You can be reasonably sure of it being a graduate when they in- sist upon spelling "until" with a surplus 1, or confessing that it is "to late." o A man should never go home and tell his wife that she has a letter until he looks in his pocket and makes sure that he is still holding the letter. o Wonder what has become of that old gossip worshipper who said she just hated scandal and "let it go in one y...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1927

* i ^ r ' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE * r* Kirschbaum and Pony Boy Suits for Men. Sonny Boy Suits for Boys. Stacy-Adams, Packards, Florsheim and Booth Shoes for Men. I. Miller, Fashion Plate and On Time Novelty Shoes for Women. Buster Brown Shoes for All the Family. Onyx, 1. Miller, and Rollins Hosiery. Manhattan Shirts. Dobbs' and Lion Hats. Headlight and Crown Work Clothes. Melman and Virginia Hart Dresses Besides many other well known Standard Lines, are the class of merchandise you can depend on, and complete stocks of which can be found in our store. Direct Mill and Manufacturers purchases before any advance in prices, enables us to give you mer- chandise, so long as our stock lasts, at last Spring prices. We can give you: An All Wool Suit of Clothes with 2 pair of <IJ OA A A as lnw as w/U vt v v Ladies' Solid Leather Novelty Shoe, New Fall Styes as low as $2.95 I aula da IUW da. . . _ — ■ Men's $2.50 Leather or Rubber Sole Work Shoe for $1.69 32-Inch East Color Dress Ging...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 8 September 1927

11 «jf!r PAGE SIX THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Passing Of Mn. Hi S. Guinn Mrs. Mollie Horton Guinn, wid- ow of Heflin S. Guinn, died at her late home in this city, at twelve o'clock, midnight, Sunday, Spp-i tember 4th. Deceased was aged seventy-six years, and was born in San JAug- ustine county. She was married to H. S. Guinn in March, 1875, and they lived happily together until a year ago, he having passed away in September, 1926, since which time her niece, Miss Kate Guinn has been living with her. She wasthe mother of four chil- dren, two girls and two boys, on- ly one of whom, Dr. Wallace B. Guinn of Breckenridge, survives. Deceased was a member of the Methodist church,for more than 45 years, also a member of the Eastern Star chapter and the Re- bekahs. A very devoted wife and mother, and a mostoonscieitious christian woman. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Beaslty, of Nocona, and Mrs. Parmley of Elkhart, and several nieces and nephews. Her people were among the old- est settlers in the stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1927

- ' The Rusk Cherokee an WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY ;U ( \ 1 \ f) Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THCHSIMV, SKIT. I0!! 27 VOL. 9. No. Jacksonville Road Bond Another Threat To Election Is Ordered. At the regular meeting of the Commissioner's Court, held Mon- day, the petition of over 400 of the voters of Jacksonville road district, praying that a bond is- sue election be called, was taken up. The petition being regular and all the frequirements of the law having been complied with, and no opposition offered, the Court had to order the election, uhich was set for Thursday, October 13th. The proposition carries with ic the issuance of bonds to the ex- tent of $400,000.00, the proceeds of the sale to be used in paving the designated highways within the confines of the district. The vote will undoubtedly be favorable to the bonds, and the joke, if any, will be on tho...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1927

>S| sm ?ags; two THin niTSir rwrcpnirirF. aw William F. Rieketts ieft S^n day for Houston, where he will enter Rice Institute for the com- ing year. m \ H. H. Dinuus, who was to de liver a Bible lecture at the E. M. Atterberry home tom<prow even- ing. will not be here on achount of illness. Card Of Thanks* COMING? Thursday andFri day, September 22nd. and 23rd., the most emotional picture of all times, Emil Jannings in "WAY OF ALL FLESH.". -• As tor Theatre. Missses Sarah and Elizabeth Wiggins of Beaumont visited rel- atives in Rusk the past week, They returned to their home Monday, ao< jmpanied by their aunt, Miss Mary Alice Wiggins. Maxwell House, Admiration, Golden Club House and other hi-grade cof- fees are handled by C- E. Jay. We w^nt to express our heart- felt thanks to our neigbors and friends who were so kind and good to us during the sickness acd* death of our dear husband and father. A'so, for the beautiful flowers. May God's richest blessings rest, upon each and ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1927

ma k U8K GHJBBOKBJBAM PAGE THREES TO Mill CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS: We take this method of thanking you for your co-operation through the tomato and melon deal this season. We are ready to handle your cotton and other farm prod- ucts you have to sell. We will buy your feed, fertilizer and to- mato seed, and will be ready to handle your tomatoes and melons next season. CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM LABOR UNION By the Executive'Committee Cherokee County's Claim For State Highway Funds. ;* « sOOCk* a .k « .k, a SCtf* •OT88RKR3C« IA GOOD POSITION EOR YOU a — .a §. livery day Tyler Commercial College graduates take £ places at good salaries in business. Only a few weeks in £ America's biggest and best business training school is all you need to step into a good salaried position. „ Your training' here will he in the hands of a master faculty of a trained experts. When you graduate FRKE employment service can place you in a good position. Fifty thousand successful men and women began their careers ||...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1927

H ■ FOUR CHEB8EEBAN M)i f* #• I';-:' Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at (Smutty, Texas. Cherokee B* O. WARD, Editor und Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub ated tooth. Office Phone 316 What has become of that old- time dentist who would have you open your mouth wide enough for him to step inside, and then Insert a white-heated wire in on the exposed nerve of the ulcer- Entered as second-claaa matter, July 16, 1919, at tiie postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act at March 8, It79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ou Year 1 1-50 Six Months -75 ' Three Months -40 It seems that one lias to^make a higher grade to get intocellege than they do to get out. o Orators have one redeeming feature, in that they have no "a and b numbers" and don'texpect to be "called back." o One reason why some poeple never become conscience strickj en is because they haven't any- thing to strike. o The high salaries of the movie actors are not so high when you consider the exce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1927

'. * &T. .V 'i'i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "Say It With Flower ." Say it with-ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone B3. Meitiber Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Get the Cheiokeean, for $1.0U. Dr. J. M. Crawford, of Alto, was in Rusk Tuesday, on busi- ness. "You are invited to the "Worn- anless Wedding." Miss Jewell Esther Palvey, of Wells, visited Miss Zula Holcomb last week end. Lewis Copeland of Houston, is visiting his many Rusk friends, this week. County Attorney Chandler and his brother Mavis, went to Aus tin Tuesday, on business. Drs. Tucker & Tucker of Nac- ogdoches, were calld here, Mon- day, on a professional mission. To sfce the bride's robes will be worth the price of admission to the "'Womanless Wedding." Don't forget to renew your subscription. John Lewis Shook, of Dallas, was a Rusk visitor, last week. Dr. John Moore, of Dialville, was a Rusk visitor, Tuesday. Rev. W. J. Rushingof the Bap- tist church,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 15 September 1927

!p$5Efl LGE SIX THIS RUSK OHEROKEEAN I I r M INDIANS HAVE NO SINGLE :2Li3IOM K5? Beliefs Am r-r. 3 V aysous Tribes Washington.—Nearly 100.000 Indians in the United States are untouched by Christian doctrines, the board of In- dian commissioners recently esthnateu. ami remain to all inteuts and pur- poses pagans, presumably still hold- ing in large measure the beliefs of their ancestors. What these primi- tive Indian religious beliefs are is told In a bulletin from the National Geographic society. "Poetic fancy and a natural tend- ency to describe newly encountered beliefs and customs in terms of those already fa::iiliar have given white peo- ple many false ideas in regard to the religious beliefs of the American Indians," says the bulletin. "Some enthusiasts have pictured the typical red man as noble and ethical beyond his white brother, believing in a fa- therly 'Great Spirit' and striving to live the good life that he may go after death to the 'Happy Hunting Ground.' This is a fal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

JK I) r# The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THL'KSD \ V, SK.Pf.; li>2 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOL. 9. No. 15 Organizing Rural Community Clubs. Old Bridge Is Open New One Still Closed The much heralded, promised, and almost threatened opening of the fine, new bridge across the Neches River between Rusk and Palestine, seems to still be on the come. The evefchanging facts and con ditions right at this time seem to be that bridge is complete and all ready for use, but Mr. Ratcliff, the contractor, refuses to turn it loose until he is paid a claim of $2,000 00 over the contract price, for extra construction work. In sizing up the situation the Merssrs. J. B. McClung and J. A. Richardson, who are represent- ing the Farm & Ranch, together with County Superintendent Er- win and Agricultural-Agent W. L. Knapp, are visiting the rural schools of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

TWO THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN County Singing Convention. The Annual Cherokee County Singing Convention will be held at Sycamore, two miles this side ft if P. T. A. To Present A Combination Program. The Parent Teachers Associat- ion of Rusk has always been act- of Bullard, next Sunday, Sep- ive, and this year finds them in teaiber 25th.—all day. All singers and others enjoy- ing a good sociable, singing get- together are invited to be with us. J. J. Boltox, Oddie McDonald, President. Secretary. Notice Fathers and Mothers HM rs. T. S. Lucid returned the I first of the week, from a visit to her grandchildren, at Port Ar thur. MARRIAGE LICENSES line and more enthusiastic about Qtjs ross an(j their work than ever before. ; b0tham. This week they have begun' work on a play in which the fath- ers and mothers will take part as leading characters. It has been our custom for sev- eral years to give a P. T. A. Car- nival at the High School, at Hal- lowe'en. We are preparing a big- ger and better one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN MOSELEY DRUG STORE Fountain Pens, Automatic Pencils, Jnks, Pens, Pencils, Pen Staffs, Leads Loose Leaf Fillers and Backs See our Special Theme Tablet Full Assortment of Tube Paints, Blackboard Crayon and Erasers Good Assortment of Athletic Goods. & K >* 1 H ■ 6? I § 5 g $ g I 1 In a letter published two weeks ago, I discusssd the street con- ditions of Rusk, in an effort to show how the town has been held back by the handicap of not hav- ing ingress and egress to some nine-tenths of its area through streets ami roads. Quite a num- ber of citizens have expressed to me their approval of my sugges- tions, but I have heard of noth- ing having been done about it. Along this same subject matter is the great need of more dwel- ling houses in the town. The number of the inhabitants is lim- ited to that of housing. When all houses are occupied there can be no addition of population until other houses are erected Rusk is at this point at this very time. Recently I, ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

f. FOUR THE RUSK 'CHEROKEEAN I i 8 te Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst., Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Entered as second-class matter, July 1$, 1919. at the postofflce at Rusk, Texas, under the Act o€ March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On® Year % 1.50 Six Months -76 Three Months <40 Wouldn't it really be a test of party fealty, or political prejud- ice to see the southern protest- ant drys voting for A1 Smith? o That Chicago woman who shot her husband through the breast, and herself through the leg, was certainly aiming at vulnerable and vital parts. c It is said that the growth of a school in a West Texas t®wn is due to the women. It may also be said that like increases in oth- er localities can be attributed to the same source. o They will stand for other lad- ies to say most anything compli- mentary about their husbands, until one of them says she thinks h...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Personal Items "Say It With Flowert." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Get the Cherokeean, for $1.00. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ford visited Jacksonville, Sunday. Front seats for the men at the "Womanless Wedding." Don't forget subscription. to renew your T. J. Stovall visited friends in Lufkin, Sunday, A nice lineof FRESH VEGETABLES at all times, at Jay's. .T. B. Reynolds, of Reece, was in Rusk Monday, on business. If he don't lose the ring Champ Carter will be hit in the "'Wom- anless Wedding." The best in Salad Dressings, Sauces, Relishes, you will find them at Jay's- Jim Sanders of Griftin, here Monday, on business. was You won't know that otherwise baldheadly inclined aggregation, in the "Womanless Wedding." Miss Frances Miller of Ponta, was a Sunday visitor in Rusk. Th bait Tea for Ice Tea—Lipton's In dia Ceylon Orange Pekoe, and Jay has it Mr. and Mrs. M....

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

.. • THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN pep ■ MB IREN TO HAVE TO GREAT DAYS FREE AT THE TEXAS STATt FAR State Fair Di- rectors are urg- ing every parent to bring the chil- dren to the Fair this year. There are two free days, Dallas Day, Oct. 11, and Children's There is a world of the youngsters and Day, Oct. 14. amusement for W- PINK HMO amusement tor tne young: parents can enjoy themselves too in taking the children about and enter- ing into the spirit of fun with them. There are free shows and enter- tainments galore. together with all the carnival shows, the rides of every descrip- tion, all of which the youngsters enjoy to the fullest. There will be music, day and night fireworks, pa- rades on Dallas Day, funny clowns and many burlesque stunts, plenty of pure food to eat and oceans of deli- cious drinks. There will be pop corn, peanuts, ice cream, hamburgers, hot dogs, lemonade and everything that one can think of to help the young- sters and those who come with them have the time of their liv...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

I EARLY INDIAN HISTORY AND EAST TEXAS FAIR SECTION THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1927 VOL. 9 NO. 15 e % EAST TEXAS FAIR OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 First Day of Fair Honors Children; Educational Day Has Many Features Fair Management Arranges Special Program of Interest to School Children, Including Parade of Band of Comanche Indians in Full Native Dress and War Paint—a Great Race Who Struck Fear Into the Hearts of Our Forefathers When Texas Was Young. Tuesday, September 27, the first day of the East Texas Fair, has been named Educational Day and all the children in East Texas within scho- lastic age will be admitted free to the grounds. It will be their day in every sense of the word and the management has arranged for a spe- cial exhibition by the large band of Comanche Indians, who will be in full reg...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

Appearance of Full Blood Comanches Recalls Story of Cynthia Ann Parker By HENRY C. FULLER BROWNWOOD, Texas, Sept. 12—Recently the correspondent of the News spent some time on the site of old Camp Cooper, which is located on the Clear Fork of the Brazos River, ten miles north of Fort Griffin, and in the southern part of what is r.ow Throckmorton County. Tradition has it that Vnlf a century ago a reservation for the Comanche Indians was established in the locality of Camp Cooper, and that the reservation contained many square miles. The location is on a —-— level tract in the valley of the Clear Fork of the Brazos, and on the north i and south is bounded by a series of 5 high hills or bluffs. Records show that John R. Baylor s was Indian Agent at this place for quite a while and that following the removal of the Indians a military post was established and called Camp Cooper, th#s being in April 1851, and that the post was occupied July 29, 1861, by Companies A, F, and H, 5th United St...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

HH V • • ..I , ' ,-• . Midway Attractions Better Than Ever Balloon Ascensions Features t WILSon mum ffu&sMM«K« * v /' ■; " >:* £ ■•■■v.. Fireworks of Inconceivable Beauty Are Part of Nightly Fair Programs One Offering, "Fruits of the Farm" Blazing Forth in Brilliant Letters and Showers of Golden Glow Pays Special Honor to the 4-H Clubs of Smith and Adjoining Counties—Club Members, Get the Vision. In addition to the numerous and costly outdoor attractions which are on every program daily and evening, and are absolutely free to all Fair visitors, there will be daily balloon ascensions with parachute performances. It. may be that you have seen many balloon ascensions—but somehow they never grow old, nor <ease to be a wonder, especially to children. Woman's Department Will Claim Interest in Unusual Way at Fair Mesdames J. H. Hambrick and D. M. Maynor, in charge of the Women's Department of the East Texas Fair, and their co-workers are making plans for the greatest exhibit of w...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 September 1927

-> I ;SSr Fair Will Show Prize Uvestock Leading Types of East Texas Farm Stock on Exhibit Beef Cattle Types Will be Seen at the Fair An exhibit of dairy and beef cat- tle of the finest types and conforma- tion will be one of the big features of the coming East Texas Fair, Tyler, September 27-October 1. Much emphasis is being given to the cattle show this year, and many plans are being made to work up in- terest in the show. Everything possi- ble is being done by the fair man- agement to make this year's show a banner one. Liberal premiums have been set aside for the leading breeds of dairy and beef cattle. All of the most popular breeds of cattle raised in this vicinity have been recognized in the premium list. Clas- sifications have been worked out for animals of all ages and both sexes. The dairy breeds to be shown are Jer- seys and Holsteins. In the beef cat- tle class will be fjund the Herefords and shorthorns. Interest in the livestock show will not be limited to the cattle ...

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