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/1%1 THE MALAKOFF NEWS THE MALAKOFF NEWS " .... I Oscar at Avalon Bay for the Season Entered at the Postoffice at Malak?ff as second class matter, f ~: ~ ' L ]. SCHOI, L, EDITOR gUbscriotion Price $~ i.00 a Year Advertising Rates on request. ~lutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- ~ponsible~?r more than the cost of the advertisement, "-red!! Im~ 'qlg II I , County Chain Gang THE DESIRE of Sheriff Joel Baker that the chain gan system be inaugurated in the county as a crime deterent should be fulfilled With ordinary dilligence he and his oficers can keep the local jail full to overflowing with criminals of the misdemeanor type. so Ion,' as the present system of permitting such criminals to atone for their misdoings by simply languishing in the county jail where the county must keep them warm and feed them regularly. Knowledge that a substantial fine and an indefinite number of days at labor on the county roads would be the portion of the petty criminal womd so decimate the ranks of new recruits that in a very short time thin particular type of lawlessness would cease and thechain gang would be called upon to operate so seldom that little interference with the legitimate labor now employed on the roads would be noticed mm Most Of the Mileage i At Half the Cost [ SED CAR EVERY used car taken in trade is examined for the slightest possible defect and reconditioned, painted, cleaned, and pol- ished. Still another final inspection is given it before you take it from the floor. In this way we assure you of getting the longest possible service from your used car. Startling Values! 1--1930 AA Truck, cab and body ..... $430.00 1--1929 AA Truck, cab and body ..... $395.00 1--1930 Closed cab Pickup ........... $365.00 1--1929 Open cab Pickup ............ $275.00 1-1929 Roadster .................... $245.00 1--1929 Ford Phaeton ................ $225.00 1--1928 Essex Coach ................ $225.00 1--1928 Whippet 4-door Sedan ........ $245.00 1--1928 Nash Six Coupe ............. $150.00 Putting the petty criminal to work repairing bridges, fillin 1--1929 Tudor Sedan ................ $295.00 mud holes and making other repairs on the county roads is the quickest and most effective method that could be 2'nvoked to rid the k 1-1929 Tudor Sedan ................ $285.00 nty of such gentry. " Model T Cars from $25.OO to $50.00 It is within the province of county officials to work out a cou,, y I Oscar has arrived at Catalina island, off the Ca~lfornia coast, for the p lflanof convict labor and their efforts honestly directed to ward meason and is at home to friends in Avalon bay. He is ahugesea lion, prob- ~ t W ood'Dic Motor q ably the best known of his kind. MIss I:Iermine Overholt is here seen mervin8 such an accomplishment would meet the.aPproval of all law re. scar. . ..erson tpecting citizens. It would not require a large outlay of machinery ..... -- } Dealers of Ford Products or teams for there is sufficient work to be accomplished by pick and s , i shovel to keep them busy.--Athens Review. lems that came tea head in the]last drop." " Athens, Texas tt Seems that Henderson County past year have produced a multi- [ Klaxon="Sis master's voice." ' p,oNEER GARAge m.E S" is in for a general clean-up ' Disclosures In New York tude of proposals for half-baked Ford-- I'd walk a mile for a " * 1P, campaign during the new shut- One of the main reasons why and unsound legislation. Men in ;amel. iff's administration and in this crime pays, when conducted on a the highest positions are seeking Fatima--'Tse in town, honey ' ~t we would hasten to give our large scale, has been shown by to commit the nation toprograms Ivory Soap , 'There s a reason' ! hearty approval and extend to the recent investigation of New which would result in a tremend- Listerine-- What a whale of a Sheriff Baker and his staff our York judges, pus increase in taxes, without difference just a few cents P very best wishes. According to the New Yorker, permanently solving any prob. makes." " " Petty lawlessness in Header- which sums up the evidence in its less. t Palmolive--"Forty.four years son County needs to be curbed issue of December 20, charges of The cure for our without loss to an investor." . . . . .. ... and in the event Mr. Baker is graft or misconduct of one kind difficulties lies with industry and B.V.D.-"As k the man who successful in the inauguration of or another have been made a- the people. Wise and well-con, owns one." hischain gang system we be- gainstafederaljudge, ajudgeof sidered governmental aid can Cunard--"It floats. "-Parry's EsO. DODSON DAN GENTRY iieve that at least a goodly por. the General Sessions and four help. But the public--which will Pickings. TRAN FEI UNDERTAKERS tion of the persistant law break city magistrates. In other words in the long run. reap the benefit .... ................. and all kinds of hauling overthe county will come to seven out of the hundred judges from or pay for whatever action :: : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : ::: : ": In recent years theeoun- in the largest city in the the is taken now--should doits partI POTPOURRI " rompt and sati'sfactory set ice guaranteed. world are believed to have had in helping to maintain sonnd illegal connections. This record government and business free is illustrative of a situation that from fake panaceas proposed by emotional or vote-seeking office probably exists in many commu. holders. nities in this country. And we have well-meaning re- formers optimistic enough to be- lieve that anti-gun laws to pre vent the law-abidmg citizen from owning firearms would help rem- edy the crime situation. Sure punishment for the guilt instead of restrictive legislation for the innocent would seem to be the better course of procedure. Wisdom At A Premium If America ever had a need for wisdom and understanding on the part of public officials and business men, it needs those qualities now, The social and economic prob. It Would Be Funny What would happen if some of the most common advertising slogans became mixed: Onyx Hosiery "Best in the long run." Otis Elevators--"Good to the I World's Hta Tweight Succession Tom Sayers, an Englishman. was the first recognized world's heavyweight champion. He re. tired in 1860. Ten years later the next claimant was also an Englishman. Jem Mace. Then came Jake Kllraln of Boston. fol- lowed by Sullivan, Corbett. Fitz- simmons, Jeffrle~, Johnson, Wll. lard, Dempsey, Tunney and Schmellng. Prize fighting Is more poplllar in America than elsewhere. ((~ 1951. Western Newspaper Union.) ".'-: : : : : " " " " : " " : :,'l'l'i',l,~" I : " " Consider these- outstanding Chevrolet i r J. A. FOWLER. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office with Weir's Drug Store MALAKOFF, TEXAS. FUNERAL SUPPLIES Call ELMER ROBERTS DAY 63 PHONES NIGHT 85 people ride on ty funds have been drained to a considerable extent in the feed- ing and taking care of law viola- tors. A term in the county jail been serving as punishment ' their wrong doings, but in seems, the jail sentence g the purpose which it was intended, but in- has been serving as a mere or vacation, as it were, to that portion of our populace who flnd it more convenient to live outside of the law. This chain gang idea. to our will fit the needs of the most admirably in that it will not only eliminate a large portion of our law violations, but will place our department of jus- rice in a position to receive reim. bursements for services rendered and thereby remove the keeping of prisoners from the dead loss column. Under this plan the authorities can and will do more toward ridding the county of law breakers. This idea of Sheriff Baker's is an excellent one and it merits the unanimous vote of the Commissioner's Court. THE Postmaster general sug- gests that the rate on letters be raised to2 6 cents to make up the postal deficit The rate of two cents on letters now pays for the cost of handling. But the parcels post rate does not pay cost of handling. Why not raise the parcels post and stop free printed envel. competition to local Just as much sense for to be in the life insurance business as in the printing business. YOU HAVE A DOCTOR'S WORD FOR ]HIS rha-.= ...... *510 Co.p ....... *535 UO TIVE Standard Flv,- ..... *475 w,odo.Co. *545 l ~~'~ Spo.rt Roadster $A~k~ Sport Coupe $ ~ ~j~ -- ~ wtt~ rumbi~ stoat "Tt(L~qU~ with r~m~bi~ @mmg ~ ~L~ The $~ ~ Standard SZ-~ Coach ....... qt~/-~ Sedan .......~[l~t]~i3 ~,.--, ,--~ one of S.d .......O&O Each of the nine new modeht of t~ Chev~ Six is a rims em,--d quality product---demilgned. P~r~~0~'~ NEWDuTyHEAVY i built, tiaidmd and equipped to standards that C.o ne tnl With this machine we ) will PROVE to you why Goodyears { are the best value on the market ! t Otiterdzes at similar low prices THE Quickest way this govern- tlmusands of times. It proved an ide ment can relieve depression is by laxative for old and yout]g. As peop In I875, earnest yonnff m; began to practice medicine. As family doctor, he saw the harm i harsh purgatives for consnpatiori m began to search for something har~: less to the sensitive bowels. Out of his experience was born f a m o u s prescription tie wrote are entirely ~Lew in the low@tee l~kL Yet building a national system of saw how marvelously the most sh,, gish bowels are started and by highways A road building pro- breath, headaches, feverishnes Chevrolet's reduced Drieem are not only the lowemt gram will provide employment nausea, gas, poor appetite, and suc for all sorts of common labor, disorders, are relieved by the prescri[ We need roads and in many cases tion, it became necessary to put it ready for use. Today, Dr Caldweli it is cheaper to rent federal build- Syrup Pepsin, as it is called, is tb ings than it will be to own them. world',, most popular laxative. I in Che~oJet history, but are amom~ the very lowest in today's motor ear market. Come in. See the new Chevrolet Six. Drive It. Cheek the priem--aud .you will realiae why it ht cal__led t~ Great A~ Value. _%-_- your dealer FALL PRICES All types-- All sizes. in history. .r. E.A. TANNER MOTOR COMPANY USED i n a I rmle Texas $2