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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

, w I ■ h P V; /',' T'-' ■ ■ ^. NO. 1319 Official Statement of Financial Condition of ^he CITIZEN'S STATE BANK, at Reklaw, State of Tfex- ;is, W. the close of business on the I0th. day of Oct., 1927, published in the j-iuj-k Cherokeean, a newspaper printed and published at Rusk, State of 'Jfixas, on the 20th day of October, 1927, « RESOURCES Loans nd discounts, undoubtedly good on personal or collateral security - 17,145.84 Loans secured by teal estate, worth at least twice the amount loaned thereon 1,299.80 Overdrafts, undoubtedly good Bonda, Stocks and otner securities I"),0U0.00 Real Estate (Banking Htfuse) 3,.'571.lo Furniture and Fixtures "J.ti.'iO.oii Cash on hand . .'i,.'i<i5.24 Due from approved reserve agents-- 14.740.48 Interest in Depositors' Guaranty Fund 223.32 Assessment Depositors'Guaranty Fund 4liH.5h Acceptances and Bills of Exchange, undoubdtedly good 9,189.92 Other Resources. y 03.07 TOTAL $07,407.70 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 15,000.00 Other Surplus Fund ... ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 20 October 1927

eigTht THE RUlSK CHEROKEEAN Nine Inmates To Have Re-Hearings. (From Palestine Pr«-w ) County Judge E. H. Shelton was notified yesterday by Will- iam Thomas, M. D., super- intendent of the state hospital for the insane at Rusk, that it will be necessary for nine in- mates of that institution, sent up from Anderson county, to bo tried before juries here or at Rusk, under a ruling of the At- torney General. who held it un- constitutional to sentence a per- son in Texas to a state hospital on commitment of the county judge and certificates from two physicians. Under the attorney general's ruling, the nine people who were sent to Rusk from this county on commitments by the county judge and certificates from physicians, and without trial before juries, will prob- ably be returned here, it was indicated. The superintendent, in his communication to Judge Shel- ton, said that he was acting on orders issued by the state board of control. Ruling Is General The ruling will affect per- sons conv...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1927

WACO, TEXAS • - | f The Rusk cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February '11, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THEKSI) \V. or: 2 rc7 VOL. 9. No. 20 Dr. J. L. Summers Undergoes Operation. Dr. J. L. Summers, mayor of Rusk, and one of our most prog essive citizens, who was in asan- tarium at Jacksonville, under- going treatment for several weeks and was|only temporarily dis- charged a month ago, to regain strength, returned to the institu- tion Monday, for further treat- ment. He immediately submitted t > a surgical operation for the re- moval of the gall receptacle, and we are pleased to note that same was a complete success, and now with the cause of his affliction and long suffering removed his recovery should be both rapid and complete. Young Man Loses Leg By Accidental Shot. Gas Well Brought In Jacksonville and At Carey Fake Field. Alto Want Jitneys i <> Organiz...

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

'1 r I #■ S3 I' I •fi $ PAGE TWO ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mrs. M. W, Armstrong, of Al- to, spent the week end with end with her grand-daugther, Miss Marian Copeland, Mrs Ehiler McClure Hurter, of Birmingham, Ala., is here vis- iting her father, Major R Mc-j Clure. Mis. Hurter was reared ' in this community and lias many friends here. Mrs. Mike Kicker, of Ireland, Texas, spent part of last week in Rusk, visiting at the home of her father, Joe B. Copeland. Capt. and Mrs. E. L. Gregg left last week, for Cleburne, to spend some time visiting at the home of their son, E. M. Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hendrick andJlittle|daughter*Zelwando, are spending the week with Mrs. Hendrick's sister, Mrs. Rodgers,1 at Farmersville, La. THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Christmas Cards! - ** Mrs. R. F'i. Hooker, the dearly beloved wife of our Presbyterian minister, returned last Saturday from a two weeks stay in Belton, where she underwent two minor surgical operations, from which she is gradually recovering. Mrs. Will Sha...

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

Mm = = j§PI|i|NIPPHPI PAGE THREE .1 FREE DEMONSTRATION *(0>v<i.i*r.o#K II hi: i October 28th & 29th Rusk Hardware & Undertaking Co. Rusk, Texas A factory representative will demonstrate the remarkable || qualities and many uses for this wonderful new finish, adapted for brush application in a variety of popular colors and stains. Come in and see how easy it is to apply—how quickly it dries. Bring in a small Article and have it finished free of charge. Worlds Favorite Fragrance SPECIAL SUPER VALUE IN BERTA'E Narcissus Perm 8 Ounce Bottle Nicely Boxed For J'j OO And a Only Con ton Regular $5.00 Original Bottle Dressing table botttle containing 8 full ounces encased in Black and Gold Box the most beautiful of containers, with Black Ground Glass Stopper. The Most Popular In the World Today $3 An Ounce—that is nothing for genuine Narcissus l'erfnme in fashionable shops at Palm Beach, Newport and Fifth Avenue, and it is the one Perfume that is in most demand everywhere. To k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1927

Y. ' PAGE FOUR THE StSSK CELE&QKEEAJN 1 I f , <# *• The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. II- O. ViNVRD, Editor uitd Publisher l'earl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Oilier l'hone 316 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act oi March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year % 1-50 Six Montht .75 Three Months .40 It has now been three weeks since tlrj oldest white child born in Texas, has died. The president ol' Turkey closed ii thirty six-hour speech in tears, when it should have ended in an ambulance. o A Frenchman was sent to pris- on for selling his son for $0.00. He was probably charged with obtaining money under false pre- tenses. o—— A Chicago man has been com- mitted toau insane asylum for trying to break into an assem- blage to see the crown prince of Sweden. Crazy is right, it would be bad enough to want to see any In a testimonial for a patent med icin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1927

•'S«r It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross. Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Louis {Butler visited in Jacksonville, Monday. American Beauty Fiour-the BEST, it j When ^ou (1 ro'J vou'* watch~ , , think of WalDIiOP. Jays. Heinz1 Sweet Nixed Pickles in bulk, and in glass, at Jay's- J, C. Dolby, of Ponta, washere Tuesday, on a business mission. Gifts that last. F. D. Waldrop, Jeweler. ! Italph Guinn who has been em-| O. M. Jernigan and T. H. Bon-1 ployed near San Antonio, is here , ner attended the Dallas Pair on v>siting relatives. next to the last day. J.C. Kelly and son, Conley, of I Chaperoned by Fd Pin ley, P. Waco, are here this week looking1 D. Waldrop and Eldredge Sub-j after their property interest*, lett took in the big Fair, Satur- day. There is only one Duco Paint— its made by Dupont—we sell it. Rusk Hd w. & Und. Co. Fresh, new Boston Beauty Mackerel, fat and fine, at Jay's. .) udge ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 27 October 1927

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN r-T:• „■•;■ :• •• '♦:**. ,',' -.-v >'" *-•-'< < J*f . ^ J? Tlie High School Hallowe'en TBI Carnival g # - I,';' I I I 1 I On Monday night, October 31, the Parent Teaohers Association will s^age a Halloween Carnival at Rusk High School. This is the place to meet your friends and have a jolly time, lor everyone- young and old, will be there to take part in the evening's fun. First, you will be entertained with a very interesting program consisting of a one act play, or- chestra, male quartet, readings etc. Admission to this program 15 and 25 cents. Don't fail to pay an extra dime and remain for the "Concert," for here is the chance to seethe famous "boxers" —thrills for all—also a pie eating contest, etc. Other attractions of interest will be booths from which ham- burghers, sandwiches, candy, cold drinks, ice cream, peanuts, pop corn, etc., will be served. Don't fail to visit each of the side-show attractions. Let the specialiy engaged fortune teller see ...

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

m Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH 13 CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKf E COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THCUSOW. NOV. I!i27 VOL. 9. No. 21 Rusk College Cleans Up on S. F. A. Bunch The result of the football game played here last Satarday after- noon, between the Stephen F. Austin College eleven, of Nacog- doches, and the Rusk Indians was no surprise to anyone familiar with the game or the line-up. The Stephens are a gentle set of boys, and with practice and good health may develop into a for- midable squad, but the altitude up here was too high for them— they were simply out of their par- ticular class. There were real only three fea- tures of the game. The first was jn the first quarter when Austin punted and fumbled the ball, and Curtis Spinks recovered it and and made a touchdown. The second was on the first play in the second quarter when Ralph Jones with an intercepted pass made a t...

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

Discontinuance Before Commission. The Cotton Belt Railroad has filed its application with the Rail Road Commission for permission to discontinue its passenger ser- vice on the Tyler Lulkin line, and a hearing set for November 8th. Strong opposition to the move has developed along the line and a mass meeting, at which both in- terests were represented, was held at Lufkin Tuesday night. Nothing was done except to argee to ask the Commission to inspect the line and situation be- fore taking action. Dr. W. D. Boyd Metts With Fatal Accident. Dr. W. D. Boyd. 71, was killed through accidently falling from the window of his office, in Wax- ahachie, Monday afternoon. Dr. Boyd was born ann reared in Rusk, and married Miss Clara Boone, daughter of a Methodist preacher then stationed at this place. He left here about forty years ago. Deceased was a brother of Mrs J. W. Francis, of Jacksonville. D. A. R. MEETING. Christy Bros. Shows. Tlii* remarkable and complete collection of trained wild anima...

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

GBEEOKKBAM PAGE THREE NY A SWAGGER CLOTH COAT IS HANDSOMELY FUR-LINED 1 no INCE It is always ^ best to bear both sides of tbe question," the subject of coat lin- ings becomes a most timely topic. In fact gorgeous coat linings are fashion's newest thrill. With this matter of novelty coat linings the stylist is dialing with a lavish hand. Like the "silver lining to every cloud," coat linings are a revelation this season, of Infinite beauty and design. Exotic birds hand worked, or machine embroid- ered, or gay florals spread their wings and petals in captivity on the Inside of many a swagger coat. When milady throws back her coat with studied grace and deliberate in- tention, what a djsplay of design, col- or and fine needlework will greet the observing eye! Perhaps this elabora- tion will be concentrated on a large Inside pocket, for pockets of a fanciful sort adorn many a handsome lining. For the very most swagger cloth coat the mode answers the call for handsome linings by furring t...

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

\it PAGE FOUR CHEROKJEZAN The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. II- O. WARD, Editor und Publisher Pest^ H'#rd, Asst. Editor & Pub Oilier Phone 310 Entered as second-class matter, July ' 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, j Texas, under the Act of March 3 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year % 1-50 Six Months .75 Three Months -40 It is estimated that the fair sex of America has sacrificed about 3,400 tons of hair since bobbing became popular. If science had a way of grafting this surplus on bald-headed men, each and every one of the dears would be- come real treasures. o Thieves ma'le a clean sweep of a Beevilie barber shop, taking everything but the wall mirror and gossip producer. One advantage enjoyed by the radio reports of the prize fights is that they [don't go on the air until after prayer meeting time. East Texas is sure a sale place j from the stanpoint ot being free from highwaymen. We walked up the street...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1927

— -i •; >fT?.'.I ' •■ • ■.■'•■ y ,. ' ■ \•3\JS 5f?<' A •"' a''v. .. •:?'•• jv.vv V',-f>i ■ W?fsh y THE BUSK CHEftfiJOEfiAN PAGE FIVB ,1 Items "If '*4 '■a 1 J "Say It With Flowara." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs- V Lee Ross, Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. m Try a box of Nunally's "Around The World" Moseley Drug Store Heinz' Sweet Nixed Picklei in bulk and in glasi, at Jiy's- Gifts that last. P. D. Waldrop, Jeweler. Mrs. E. W. Jones, of Reklaw, was a business visitor here, last Saturday. Mrs. Nat Killough, of was a visitor in our city, day. Dallas, Satur When you drop your watch- think of WalDROP. Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Mussle- white returned to their home in Lufkin, Sunday, after a visit to relatives here. Spiced Herring, with head* and tails cot off, in bnlk, at Jay's- Over sixty dollars was taken in at the box supper out at Bagley's Chapel, Saturday night, which was very good considering that there was a counter attracti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 November 1927

THE BUSK CHEROKEEAN ' ' ■•; • ■ '■:";- ■ iu,? IN HEALTH PnOTEGTiQN Record for Progress Is Ma^e in Proteotirrj People of Vast ' Flooded Section. ' Record health protective actlviiies marked the year's service of the American Red Cross in this field The outstanding health accomplishment was the successful conclusion of the emergency health program launched a8 part of the relief work In the Mis- sissippi Valley flood. In co-operation with State and Federal health agen- cies, the Red Cross successfully con- ducted a campaign designed to pre- vent epidemics as a result of floor! conditions. Thousands were Immunized against typhoid and smallpox, preventive measures against malaria were un- dertaken, and as the flood receded an Intensive clean-up program was set In motion to purify water supplies, provide sanitary surroundings of ru ral communities and complete other health protective steps. Beside the emergency work, the Red Cross Public Health Nursing Service developed about 100 new com ...

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

iPSPf ■ •I # WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Cherokeea WOPKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1927 VOL. 9. No. go School Bond Injucntion Double-Header For Hearing Is Postponed., Old Fiddler's Contest Judge C. A. Hodges came over from Nacogdoches; Saturday, to hear the injunction suit of F. M. Stovall et. al , vs the Rusk'Inde- pendent School District Board of Trustees, in which it is sought to restrain the Board from selling some bonds that were voted four years ago. A temporary injunction was granted about ten days ago, and the question of making it perma- nent was to be passed upon at this hearing, but it wasjcontinued until November 26th . to perfect service on the bond company Real Football Game On Armistice Day. What promises to be one of the most hotly contested foot ball games of the season is that sched- uled for tomorrow, (Armistice Day) afternoo...

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

I 1 f- I | i The State of Texas, County of Cherokee: bounds'as follows: Beginning at the S W corner of said 92. 3-10 acre tract: Thence East 412 vrs. to S K cornel' ol NOTICE IS HEEt.B\ GIVEN That j sa„ ,3. Thence North with E. N. line of by virtue of a certain Order of same 179 vrs. to a stake for corner; Sale issued out of the Honorable Dis- j Thence West 412 vrs. to a stake in trict Court of Cherokee County, ofjw.LS, line of said 9:5, 3 10 acre tract: the 29th. day of August. U>27, by A. Thence south 479 vrs to place « be-; M. Viuing, Clerk of said District ginning, and levied upon as the prop- Court for the sum cf Twenty-Five Hun- ert.v of 1J.S. Sneed,and that on the dred? Fifteen 00-102 Dollars and costs first Tuesday in December, H'27, the of suit, under a judgment, in favor of { same being the 0th day of said month, Elizabeth Wooster, in a certain j at the Court House door of Cherokee cause in said Court, No. 10104 and , County, in the town of Rusk, lexas, styled Elizabeth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1927

I PAGE THREE 4 REXALL ONE-CENT SALE NEXT WEEK Nov. 17,18 and 19th. Thursday, Friday & Saturday A Great Stock of Merchandise. Our Greatest Cash Sale of the Season. Buy an Item at the Regular Price and Get Another Just Like It for One Cent MOSELEY DRUG STORE (r W M VIM Mi CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. RUSK, TEXAS OWNERS OF THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN CHEROKEE COUNTY We keep our records up to date. Instruments filed in tha County Clerk's office yesterday are index- ed in our office this morning. if you need an abstract and want one that will be accepted by any examiner in the state, see us. I W. H. HANNA Secty-Treas. S. G The New Ford Car Will Pass Seventy The Cherokee Service Station Auto Repairs, All Makes of Cars Expert Mechanics All Kinds of Auto Accessories MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS Best in the; Market Gas, Oils, Etc. : Give LJs a Trial ■V The new Ford has a speed of more than seventy miles an bour, can exceed fifty miles an hour in second gear and in appearance is a smaller edition of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1927

' - V-Jiu/ J-' , : I ' 1 #AGE FOUR «HSXAKXXAM The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper publii Rusk, Friday morning Cennty, Texas. at nblisbed every Cherokee H* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pul> Office Phone 316 Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1*79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year J 1-50 Six Montht .75 • Three Months <0 It is recorded that 700 B. C., cotton was grown in the garden of Sennacharib. While we could not take a township map of Ire- land and locate the sacred turnip patch are satisfied that this was another sac religious, Jew trick. The only reliable thing about these highway signs is the one that points to "detour." Many oil wells are like boys they promise so much when first "spudded in" and eventually turn out to be non-producers. Freestone county "moonshine" may be superior, but nothing ex- cept a snakebite could induce us to negotiate those roads to get to it....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1927

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE S. A Personal Items Wednesday Social £Jl ib. "Say It ,/ith Flowerm." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. 1.1 'I, The Wednesday Social Club and their husbands were most Spiced Herring, with heads and tails cut off, in bulk, at Jay's- Auction Sale. A varied program. Funny stunts and songs. An evening of Fun. Friday, Nov. 18,7:30, Christian Tabernacle Watch next week's paper for urther announcements. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lester vis- ited with reletives and friends in Celeste and Greenville the last of the week. Time is valuable—get a new mantle clock at Waldrop's. Allison King of Alto was in our city Monday. FREE—correct time. Phone >19. George Erwin of Dialvilie, was a county seat visitor Saturday. Heinz' Sweet Mixed Pickles in bulk and in glass, at Jay's W. H. Shook, of Dallas, was looking after business interests here the first of the week. Gifts that last....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 10 November 1927

1K> THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX Christy Bros. Shows. Greatest, Iu these marvelous days of lightning-winged progress, when even yesterday relatively seems a decade old, all the world cries and clamors for something new; something more strenuously thrilling; something more difti-| cult and dexterous of achieve- ment; something novel in the dar- j iny go and baave brilliancy that captivates the dilated eye, elec- trify the brain, stimulate curi- osity to the highest point of ten- sion, and sweeps the nerve strinas of the human heart with the master hand of originally and genius. None ir>ore keenly re alize this, or act more promptly or liberally thereon than do the successful furnishers of public amusements of all kinds. That it vitally concerns the cir- cus managers to be most alertly alive to these conditions and most respensive, judicious and gener- ous in meeting and complying with them, to the wonder, delight and satisfaction of all classes in the wildest and most popular a...

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