The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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The Rnik Cherokeean
A weekly newspaper publtabed every Friday
mornluK *■ Itusk. Olierttktn County, Texas
W. L. MARTIN
Editor and Publisher
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he Act •! March 3. IN?. . t,
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The Rusk Cherokeean
We are authorized to announce
the following as candidates for
nomination for the office under
which their name appears, subject
to the action of the Democratic
For Congressman, Secmd Dist.:
JOHN B. BURNS
of Shelby County.
For Tax Assessor:
WILEY F. HOLCOMB
P. B. MUSSLEWHITE
For Tax Collector:
A. R. (Berry) ODOM
For County Judge:
J. J. BOLTON
For County Attorney:
M. C. (Jake) CHILES
For Cierk of District Court:
A. M. VINING
J. 0. COUPLAND
For County Treasurer:
For County Clerk:
HOMER H. POWELL
0. B. SLAYDEN
E. D. SPINKS
For County Supt. of Public In-
H. H. PFARR
W. B. THOMPSON
E. C. (Dred) MARTIN
For Commissioner Prct. No. 1:
D. X. (Duncan) WIGGINS
R. E. FINLEY
P. P. FUNDERBURK
For Justice of Peace, Prect. No. 1:
B. C. HOSMER
For Public Weigher, Prect. 1:
R. F. STAPLETON
PEARL E. SIDES
The Cherokeean gives NEWS.
This is Clean-up Week and Ju-
piter Pluvius has been giving
Mother Earth a washing, wheth-
er she needed it or not.
A convention on law enforce-
ment is to be held in' Palestine
on Thursday, March 23rd. The
convention is to represent the 2d
Congressional district and is to
counteract the movement of the
opponents of the Volstead act.
They hope Lor prom, action that
the present movement to have
light w nes and beer reinstated
as accepted beverages may not
be productive of affirmative re-
Owing to the rainy weather
the entertainment which was to
have been given at Oakland
school last Saturday night was
not given and same will be given
tonight, Friday, in the school
auditorium at Dialville. This is
the entertainment to be placed
jointly hy the Emmaus school
and the Cherokee Quartette.
John B. Andrews and R. R.
Ray spent a couple of days first
of this week over at San Augus-
tine on a business mission.
To break a cold take 666.
If you are all run down, weak
and nervous and feel out of sorts
with everything and everybody,
get back in line by taking Tan-
lac. Moseley Drug Store.
Mrs. C. F. Gibson was having
their household goods loaded in-
to a car Tuesday and Wednes-
day and shipped to Austin where
I they will take up their abode.
| Several parties, receptions and
like gatherings were held for
Mrs. Gibson and Miss Ethel dur-
ing the recent week or ten days.
Dr. Campbell of Tyler, Texas
a distinguished preacher and
speaker of the Baptist Church
will speak in the Presbyterian
church at Rusk, Texas, on Fri-
day, March 10, 1922, at 7 p.m.
Subject: The Peril W h i c ii
Threatens America. No charges
Winder is selling the best cot-
ton seed meal for $2.35.
Mayor George S. Huston and
Miss Georgia Alice together with
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Long drove
up to Kilgore last Friday and
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
cer and family. Mrs. Huston
accompanied them to Troup and
stopped there to visit a brother.
Some bad roads were encounter-
ed on the trip. They returned
Don't Waste Yoar Vacation Use It! [^jje Qak Lines.
Low Plow Prices
I am reducing plow prices and now is the time to
get a new plow at a reduction that will mean dollars
in your pocket. Note below the prices I am making
for Strictly SPOT CASH. I cannot list all the
plows I have but all other plow goods are reduced the
same as these listed.
Sale Begins Saturday, Feb. 25th
and Lasts 3 Weeks
Goober Oliver Chilled Plow was $8.50 now $ 7.50
A2 Oliver Chilled Plow was $0.50 now - 8.00
B Oliver Chilled Plow was $10.50 now 9.00
10 Oliver Chilled Plow was $13.50 now-- ---- — 11.75
12 Oliver Chilled Plow was $15.50 now 13.00
13 Oliver Chilled Plow was $15.50 now 13.00
19 Oliver Chilled Plow was $17.00 now 14.50
Oliver Chilled Crescent No. 1
Oliver Chilled Crescent No. 2
Oliver ('hilled Crescent No. 3
was $16.50 now $14.00
was $18.25 now 15.00
was $19.50 now 16.00
Oliver Chilled Crescent No. 4 was $21.00 now 17.50
Avery Paragon 10 inch 17.50
P B Oliver Chilled 14 inch 14.50
Goober Chilled Share 25c
A2 Chilled Share 35c
B Chilled Share 40c
10 Chilled Share 40c
12 Chilled Share 40c
13 Chilled Share 50c
Steel $ .85
19 Chilled Share 55c Steel-
All Other Plow Goods Reduced Accordingly.
Our Undertaking Department is in charge of MR. J. B. HOUGH,
a Licensed Undertaker and Embalmer.
E. L. SUMMERS
Hardware and Furniture Store
RUSK : : TEXAS
The progressive young man or
woman of today is t <e one who is
i planning now to make life worth
1 while. One of the best proofs
that you are going to take advan-
tage of your vacation is that you
are reading this article. Desire j
and determination are the corner I
stones in the building of success, j
i You will not waste your summer i
months. This time properly in-
vested will increase your chances
for success 100 per rent. You
wish employment that will pro-
duce cash and will enable you to
rise to a plao of trust, responsi-
bility and profit in the great
world of Business or Profession.
A good business course in a good
business school is very essential
to accomplish this end. Many,
who at the close of p iblic school
last year entered the Tyler Com-
mercial College, Tyler, Texas,
for the summer months, are now
holding good positions or paying
their expenses through Profes-
sional Schools and the University
by using the course studied here
during the summer vacation.
Every year we have hundreds
of students who finish during the
summer months to take good po-
sitions during the big fall busi-
ness. Wouldn't you rather be'
with a big, enthusiastic student'
body, full of young life, ambition
and purpose, in a large school
building under electric fans mas-
tering General Business Course,
General Banking, General Rail-
road, Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
Telegraphy, Business Adminis-
tration and Finance, Penmanship
or Cotton Classing, Wireless Te-
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ing yourself for future success,
than to be elsewhere?
Write for a large illus'rated
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mercial College. Read of the
advantages of our splendid cours-
es of instruction. Read what
those who have graduated and
are now holding good positions
say of our college, also what their
employers think of their efficient
training, and how pleasant and
profitable their short stay was
with us. Read how some have
worked their way thru school,
how others borrowed the money
to pay board, and gave the Col-
lege their note for tuition, and
make it pay them big dividends..
How others quit jobs at small
salaries, completed courses with j
us and went back to the same
firm on better positions at two or j
three times their previous sala-
ries. Some who were unable to j
come to our school finished our;
Home Study course and never
quit drawing salary. Make ar-
rangements to enter as soon as
your school closes. You will en-
joy your stay with us.
There is always a demand for
trained office help. This is an
age of specialization. The man i
or woman who can do some one
thing well will be the one who
will draw the salary. Why hand-
icap yourself for the rest of your
life by working without a busi-!
ness training, when in a few
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we will give yon a training in the
largest commercial school i n
j America, that will enable you to
Mr. and Mrs. Jim King and
family spent Saturday afternoon ■
with Mr. and Mrs. Tom King.
Mr. Jack Bothwell of Rusk
visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Fry and family.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Black and
little daughter, Edna Merle, of
Black Jack spent Sunday with
the. latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Minton Moseley
of Rusk visited at Mr. Edward
lur. Albert Russell who has
been sick with the llu is now able
to be up again.
Mrs. O. P. Peeples sper.t Sun-
day afternoon with Mrs. Lee.
Miss Ruth Swords spent the
latter part of last week with her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Ralson.
Mrs. Ruby Moseley returned
home Sunday from Oklahomn,
after spending two weeks with
Lenora Corbin spent Sunday
with Velma Compton.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norris and
little daughter, Lois, spent Sat-
urday night with relatives at
Mr. Asa Gentrv of Bullard vis-
ited friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver
of Salem spent Sunday with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Drul Corbin spent Sunday
with Harvey King.
Marion Moseley has been real
sick the past week with pneu-
monia, but is some better at this
Mr. Mansel Stovall spent Sat-'
urday night with Curtis Fry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pryor of
Rusk Visited at Mr. Bob Pryor's
Miss Eunice Mclntyre spent
Sunday at Mr. W. E. Mclntyre's.
Mr. Tommie Compton and
Bethel Lone spent Sunday with
Misses Deleva Ray and Lena i
Howard of Rusk attended the B.
Y. P. U. here Sunday night.
BLUE EYES, j
We Do Not Know Just What Kind of
we are going to have for the next two months but we do
know that we are going to continue to give our customers
the same good service in the future as in the past. Weather
may come and weather may go but we go on forever giving
...J THE BEST.-.-
it is possible to give. The same yesterday, today, and to-
morrow. We want you when you want good grocery service
TOM B. MALLARD
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That Morning Lameness
If you are lame every morning,
and suffer unrinary ills, there
must be a cause. Often it's weak
kidneys. To strengthen the
weakened kidneys and avert more
serious troubles, use Doan's Kid
ney Pills. You can rely on Rusk
Mrs. John A. Sloan, Palestine
St., Rusk, sn.vs: "Doan's Kid-
ney Pills are the best remedy 1
haveever used l'or kidney trouble.
My kidneys were weak and my
back ached intensely. T felt dull
and languid, especially in the
morning and my kidneys acted
irregularly most all thd time.
Doan's Kidney Pills helped me
by relieving the backaches and
other symptoms. Since then I
have felt stronger and better in
Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedj
---get Doan's Kidney Pills - the
same that Mrs. Sloan had. Fos-
ter Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo,
| take an office position at a good (
salary and will insure your pro-
motion. Prepare yourself to be
! a leader in business.
Fill in and mail to the Tyler ,
j Commercial College, Tyler, Tex-j
! as for large free catalogue.
If the bowels are clogged up
I poisons get into the blood, caus '
, ing loss of strength, skin erup-1
! tion, dizziness and vertigo (blind
staggers). Prickly Ash Bitters !
| will open the bowels, drive out
1 the impurities and restore
'strength, energy and cheerful
spirits. Price $1.25 per bottle.
Moseley's Drug Store.
Mrs. Raymond Vermillion went
] to Tyler the first of this week to
meet her grandmother, Mrs.
Georgia Bonner who has been in
Dallas with her daughter Mrs.
Finty since January.
Get rid of that indigestion >
stomach trouble and nervousness,
build up your system and regain
that lost weight. Take Tanlae.
Moseley Drug Store.
A mighty nice line of dress
goods is being unpacked at Wind-
er's. He just came from market
and he certainly bot the fine
When you have chickens and
eggs to sell see Winder; He wants
The Baptists are having their
week of prayer services here this
week. Tuesday they had an all
day meeting and several from
Raymond Vermillion Jr., went
to Mt. Pleasant last Saturday
for a visit to his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vermillion.
Mrs. Vermillion will accompany
him home for a short visit the
latter part of the week.
Mrs. Frank Sloan has been con-
fined to her bed sick for several
weeks and at this time is not very
much improved. Miss Pearl was
also sick last week which added
to the home burdens for a little
while. Happily Miss Pearl is
666 quickly relieves a cold.
Miss Lydia Phipps of Nacog-
doches is visiting with her sister
Mrs. Alvin Pryor today and to-
morrow. She will open a dress-
making shop in Rusk next week,
being located with Mrs. Alvin
Sherman in the Hat Shop.
County Superintendent W. B.
Thompson has been sick and
confined to his home this week
J. C. Kelly has been here a few
days this week looking after his
mill and other activities east of
Murphy's Shop is O. K.
Mr. and Mrs. Pickett Butler
and family made a trip to Dial-
ville last Sunday.
Miss Jewell Walters who has
been teaching at Turney, is vis-
iting her sister Mrs. Will Thomp-
The school census for the
Rusk Independent school district
is being taken at this time by
Prof. Robert Garner.
Mrs. G. C. Guinn and little
daughter, Allen, of Houston ar-
rived Friday afternoon l'or a vis-
it to relatives here.
J. L. Winder spent a few days
of last week and this in Dallas
and purchased a lot of new goods
which are now arriving and being
Met lio<Ii*t K| isro|>nl Church
Rev. A. A. Wagnoif, Pastor. Phono 02.
Preaching services 11.00 a. in. and 7.30 p, m
each Sumday in the new M. E. Church.
Sunday School 9.4f a. rn. in Church.
J. .1. Bolton, Supt.
Attendance last Sunday HW
Rev. A. 1). Sparkman, Pastor. Phone 220.
Preaching services 11.00 a. in. and 7.30 p. in.
Sunday School I). 45 a. m.
W. II. llanna, Supt.
Attendance last Sunday 130.
Rev. S. M. Tenney. Pastor. Phone 4." .
Preaching services 1st and 4th Sundays at
11.00 a. in. and 7.30 p. m.
Sunday School 0.4a a. in.
Attendance last Sunday f>8.
* O. It. Slayden. Supt.
Services 1st and .'Id Sundays in each month
at II a. in. and 8,00 p. in. in their new location
in Mallard building.
Sunday School each Sunday.,0.4aa. m.
O. S. Ileal], Supt.
Attendance last Sunday 3f>
Rev. H. M. Kellum. Pastor. Lufkiri.
Services 2d and 4th Sundays Cominunlou
services Monday morning 7o'clock following
Rev. .lames McCarthy, Pastor.
Services every 3d Sunday at 10.00 a. m.
Sunday School each Sundav at 10.00 a. rn.
Rev. A. A. Wagnon announces
the following subjects for his dis-
courses next Sunday: 11 a. m.
"The Dawn of Triumph." 7.30
p. m. "The Hosts Triumphant."
Dr. E. M. Moseley has been
confined to his bed for some time
with a very severe attack of the
flu. At present he is reported as
Rev. G. W. Kitts preached for
the Christian brethren Sunday.
He had a good audience and the
sermon he brot them was an ex-
cellent one and well received.
The Misses Lowe and Reeder
of Jacksonville spent Sunday in
Rusk as guests of the C. H. Fitts
family. They accompanied Rev.
Kitts here when he came to hold
666 cures Malaria Fever.
Miss Pauline Shirley, a teacher
at the College, was called to her
home in Nacogdoches last Fri-
day to attend the bedside of her
father, who has been in ill health
for some time.
Mrs. Robert L. Hatchett and
children, Robert and Rosemary,
have been having a pleasant vis-
it with relatives in Marshall and
Gladewater. They are expected
POWELL LAND & LUMBER CO.
STOP THAT ITCHING.
If you suffer from any form '
of skin disease such as Itch,
Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm.
Crackhands, Sore Feet, Dan-,
druff, Old Sores, or Sores on!
children, or any other skin
disease we will sell you a jar
of Blue Star Remedy on a guar-j
antee that if not satisfied we:
will refund your money.
Moseley's Drug Store.
Carry Full Lines of.
BRICK,BLIME AND CEMENT.
POWELL LAND & LUMBER CO.
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Martin, W. L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1922, newspaper, March 10, 1922; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291244/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.