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M ,"[,AKOFF NEW THE GREATER Texas Movies We Vi ete Onl El unla B, Preston Foster, Jane Wyatt Dr. Pepper SatUrday, Jan. 18- A UuiveruLl~m~ to Night 10:45 Show And Sunday Matinee GREAT AMERICAN Monday and Tuesday 7 January 20-21- O'NEILL'S " ot BARRYMORE Rooney Jan. 22- 8Ore Gums-Pyorrhea gums and save your Just get a bottle PYORRHEA REMEDY directions. Don't delay; LETO'S is always guar- DRUG STORE. Cry of the Deer Characteristic cry of most spa deer is a sort of hoarse bellow, as bugling, In the male, and s shriller cry In the female, species, such as the elk. sound more hlgllly developed Small Sl~clcs. Political Calendar For Tez as Starts With First Day Oi Year This article supplied in type form through courtesy of The Athens Review Jan. 31---Last day for payment of poll tax or otherwise to qual- fy for voting by obtaining exemp- tion certificates. Feb. 10.--Election judges ap- pointed by County Commissioners' Courts. May 2.--Par:y primary conven- tions in voting precincts to elect delegates to county conventions (looking to national conventions to select candidates for President.) May 5.--County convention to elect delegates to State party con- ventions. May 2....6.--Parties hold State conventions in cities selected by respective State executive com- mittees to elect delegates to na- tional conventions. June 1.--Final date for filing candidacies for all State and dis- trict officers, including United States Senator. (Applications filed with State, district and county chairmen, according to office.) June 8.--State executive com- mittee (Democratic) meets at place of call by State chairman to select place for holding State convention Sept. 8, following second primary. County executive committees also meet,. June 13---Final date of filing of candidacies for county and precinct offices and district offices com- posed of single county. Jane 15.--County executive com- mittees meet at county seats to provide ballots, assess candidates to pay expenses of primary elec- tion and determine whether nom- inations of county officers shall require majority or plurality of votes. June 20--Final date for payment of ballot fees by candidaets. June 22.--C~mmittee of county executive committees prepare of. ficial ballot for first primary. June 25.--First date for filing of first statement of campaign ex- pense. June 30~--Final date for filing first statement of campaign ex- pense. July 5.---Final date for voters who have moved from one county to another to procure new axe emption certificates for voting in first primary. (Since July 5 is Sun- day and July 4 is a holiday, it will be necessary for such persons to appear by Jttly L) July 6~Opening date for ab- sentee voting in first primary by voters who are away from coun- ties of their legal residence. July 10.--Opening date for ab- Care In Connection MEAT SPECIALS! lb. 17 l-2c 17 1-2© T PORK Ib 1Be Pork Sausage lb. d Sausage lb. lb. sentee voting in first primary by voters in county of residence. July 13.--First day for filing second statement of campaign ex- pense. July 17.---Final date for filing second campaign expense state- ment. July 20.--Final date to obtain corrected poll tax receipt by per- sons who have moved from one precinct to another in cities of 10r 000 or more inhabitants. July 22.---Last date for absen- tee voting in first primary. July 25.--First primary election. Precinct conventions. First state- ment of expense of second primary may be filed. July 28.--Final date for ~iling statement of first primary expense. Aug. 1.--County conventions meet to elect delegates to district and state conventions. Aug. 2.--Last day for voters who have moved from one county to another in the State to have ex- emption certificates reissued for use in second primary. Aug. 3.--First day for absentee voting in counties away from legal residence• Aug. 4.--Final date for filing statement of first primary ex- pense. Aug. 7.--First day for absentee voting in second primary in county of residence. Aug. 8.---Final date upon which State executive committee may meet at Austin to canvass returns of first primary and prepare bal- lot for second primary. Aug. 10.--Second statement of second primary expense may be filed. Aug. 14.--Final date for filing second statement of second primary expense. Aug. 17.--Final date for voters to obtain corrected tax receipts in cases of removal from one pre- cinct to another providing removal was prior to delivery of lists of certified voters to election judges. Aug. 19.--Last day for absentee voting prior to second primary. Aug. 22.---Second primary eleco tion. Aug. 24.--Final statement of sec- ond prirary expense may be filed. Sept. L--Final date for filing statement of second primary ex- pense. Sept. 7.--State executive com- mittee meets at place of State con- vention. Sept. 8.--State convention meets to announce a platform of prin- ciples and announce nominees for State offices. Oct. 14.--First day for absente~ voting in general election outside county of residence. Last day upon which nominee may decline nomina- tion. Oct. 19.--First day for absentee voting in general election in coun- ty of residence. Oct. 31.---Last day for absentee voting in general election. Nov. 3.--General election. Nov. 13.--Final date for filing statement of campaign expense with County Judge of county of candidate's residence. Nov. 178.--Secretary of State opens and countS xe~ of general election for all offices except Gov- ernor and Lieutenant Governor. Jan. I1.--Electors convene at Austin to cast ballots for PresS. dent and Vice-President of the United States. Jan. 21.--Forty-Fifth Legislature convenes and canvasses returns on election of Governor and Lieuten- ant Governor on first day. Jan. 19--Governor. 0and Lieuten- ant Governor inaugurated. Ib 12 1-2c L~ , J ,, , i IF4 7 . 1 YO 'l Y f.g ! I 1 l LAI'EP. "THE LOOKED I IHOT EAT HIM BUT IHgTEAD GAVE IuPoH .HIM Ac;_A CHIEF BUT I IHIM TO AH OLD SQUAW AS ASEI /AH . [ WOULD'HOT PREE HIH. [ Corn Hog Adjustment Makes For Balanced Farming I. Brings Production in Line With M OuHook 2. Provides for 3. Encourages fhe Planting of Soil- Improving and Erosion-Preventing Crops Adequafe Pork Supply THE 1936-1937 corn-hog program is designed to aid cooperating pro- ducers to attain three objectives: (1) Adjust corn production to feed requirements; provide for a 30 percent Increase In hog production In 1936, but prevent excessive expansion in 1937. (2) Provide consumer~ with an adequate and stabilized supply of pork by leveling off the peaks and valleys of the hog production cycle. (~) protect our soil resources by planting soil-Improving and erosion-preventing crops on acres shfft~ ~rom corn. ...... STUTTERING DUE TO FEAR, DOCTOR SAYS Specialist Finds Cure for 1,000 Every Year. New York.--Stutterers are being cured at the rate of 1,000 a year in one of America's unique institutions. the "Stutterer's Clinic" in New York city. Dr. 3ames S. Greene, medical dlrcc- I THE CHOOSE FROM THESE Every .one fast-to-wash- ing ....Every one beau- tffully styled . . . Every one smartly trimmed l " Sizes 14 to 52. t o F'-Gf ~h-d'~/t t~fb n~ -H ff~p iYffl-f6i-s ff6~h Disorders, destroyed many long-accept- ed legends about stuttering in a report to the American Medical association. Stutterers, Doctor Greene found, don't need to learn to talk ; all they need is 'to get rid of some hidden "tear com- plex." "Stuttering," Doctor Greene said re- cently, "Is usually caused by a conflict with environment, which results in an anxiety-fear complex• In all cases where there is no mechanical difficulty, psychological treatment is certain to succeed• When there is physical dis. ability, we cure the mechanical trou- ble and then clear up the complex. "Stuttering speech," Doctor Greene explained, "is not a speech disorder. It is a nervous real-adjUstment. All stutterers can talk• So I don't teach them to talk; I teach them to over- come the neuroses which interfere with their expressing themselves. "I say to my patients. 'You can talk as well as I can.' And I prove it to them." Doctor Greene describes how one person may go through "shocks of op- positional environment" in childhood or adult llfe, and not have his speech affected, while another apparently nor- mal individual, the "potential stutterer type," comes out stuttering, or with some similar speech disorder. The clinic creates new envlronment for the second type, teaches hlm to "acquire emotional stability," gives him new self-assurance, and by composite therapy, including individual and group medical, psychological, psychiatric, so- cial and educational treatments, "re- turns him to normal social condition." I Woman I(N Years of Age Unaware of Movies, Radio Sydney, N. S.--A Scotswoman who has never seen a strce~ car, movie or heard a radio, has celebrated her one hundred and fourth birthday at Big Ridge, Cape Breton. She Is Mrs. Effie Walker. She was born In Stornoway, Scotland. and came to Canada as s baby. She has yet to ride In an automobile. Until last year she operated her own weaving loom and was able to thread a needle without the aid of glasses. She still goes to the polls to vote ev- ery election. Golf Bull Mine Found Clinton, Mass.--ERA workers, clear- lng brush from the woods near the Runaway Brook club at BoRon, dis- covered 627 golf balls. The balls, which filled a bushel basket, had been lost during the 37 years that the club has been in existence. STOP THAT ITCHING If you are bothered by the itching of Ath le~s Foot, Eczema. Itch or Ringworm- PAYNE'S DRUG STORE will sell you a jar of Black Hawk Oinmfent on a guar sute¢ to kill the i~eh. Priee 50c and $1. Athens, Texas I Next to Jackson's Garage We always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candies. Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos. Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a Genuine "Calf" Sandwich We also handle several flavors of-- Velvet Ice Cream --and serve the "largest helpings" in town. i i i ii i i I Our Client's Good Wlll We have practiced our profession in a manner that has secured the good will of those who have commissioned us because we have adhered to the doctrines of consistency and thoughtfulness. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME Phone 25 MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone 100 I The first purpose of a bank is safe. ty. Everything else must come af. ter that. SAFETY is the one, grate object required of a bank. In all its dealings with customers this bank places SAFEY FIRST. It is adamant in this respect. It will not jeopardize the safety of its de. positors. When a depositor opens an account with us he bas the assur- ance that everything it is possible for a conservative bank to do to protect that money will be done. Malakoli, Texas ..... I O Don't be bothered with th)ngs that we can do for you. It's easier for us to call regular}y for your clothes, re- uair and clean and press them, than it is for you to be troubled thinking about it. We positively guarantee satisfaction. A trial will be test of our statement. N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor