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THE MALAEOFF lq EW8 ugt Guard Great Seal of England meaning and great in pew- Seal of Enslaved is yet, rely, a small thing. Made of metal easy to clean--it is Inches h| diameter and pounds. The lord chancel- Its custodian and responsible for and It lies within h|s dis- it where he thinks fit. gone by those in whose spent allxlou8 me- Chancellor EIdon. in the of George llI, used to sleep with pillow! One l|lght his fire and he buried it In garden for safety. Next (lay he forgotten where he had hidden it eontd not recall for some time. a new Great Seal IN in- s special ceremony takes They new seal Is sent from the king, The lord chancellor, is hy writ, takes the old Seal to the palace and hands it, two halve.% to the king. Tlle latter three times with n small, egg. hammer, thus defacing the is of very soft metat. The s, then heroines the perquisite of ehaticeIIor, gn modern finn,s It (,lt~tolnllry for him to send his predeces_~or In office, as York Times English Folk Lore are a few lnlerestitJg superstl- ,f rural England: "lilt no anl- with a willow stick--for the curse F, le~sed Vir~in so It Is h(,r son with a birch |ltow that caused him [o say: be the "'i~:tlly Tree" which Rev. and Mrs. Barcus of Jack- sonville were visiting in the city Sunday. ? VOL. I Trinidad, Henderson County, Texas, Thursday, January 28, 1932 No. 4 Miss Mary Evans was a visitor - in Dallas Sunday. The Monroe Doctrine t By R. E. BEAIRD Seeing the necessity of prac- ticing America both North and South against interference by Europe in the governmental and commercial affairs of any govern ment of America. James Monroe President of the United States, wrote into his annual message to Congress in 1823, what came to be known as the "Monroe Doc- trine", and has been maintained and adherred to for more than a hundred years. We owe it to candor and to the amicable re- lations existing between the United States, to declare that we should consider any attempt on their part to extend their sys- tem to any portion of this hemi- Mr. and Mrs. Fate Sherrill and baby were Kerens visitors Sun- day. Miss Dorothy Flagg who is teaching in Powell spent the end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Flagg. GET McKesson's Milk of Mag- nesia. Pint size for 39c-WEIRS PHARMACY. Misses Theretta and Therma Bartlett were Athens visitors Tuesday. ---- = Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bartlett, Jr. were Corsicana visitors Mon- day. Henry Pateof Palestine is vis- sphere as dangerous to our iting his sister, Mrs. John Rob- peace and safety. With the ex- ertson and family here this week !sting colonies, or dependencies of any European power we have Trinidad Hi. Wins Double [ Header From Brown Schooll Two interesting games of bas- ket ball were playea on the in. door court last Friday afternoon between the Brown School and the Trinidad High teams. The girls of Trinidad Won over the Brown School girls by the score of 12 to 3; while the boys defeated the Brows School ag- gregation to the tune of 14 to 8 The games were fast from start to finish and both sides were cheered by enthusiastic soecta- tors. maketh Me to smart. ' Tree" shall be the first to Miss Geanie Giger of Wichita not interferred, and shall at heart. UTbe Sally" Is the local name for Kansas is visiting Mrs. John interfere; but with the govern- Willow, lt~ which tree the heart decays Robertson and family here this ments which have declared their ~'ery early without killing the tree. week, independence and maintained it, IARIe bird-nest flJrze among wheat and whose independence wehave ~bble Is sald to forlell hy its spores -ISle number of shillings per buM|el the HAV] your Radio Tubes tested a great consideration and just Wheat will ~**11 for, 'REE at WEIR'S. , principles, acknowledged we _ . , ..... could not view an interposition Mr and Mrs. Robert Bishop for oppressing them or control- and baby and Mrs W. E. Phillips ins in any other manner, their left Tuesday for Dallas where hey will make their future home J We are glad to know that Mrs Dwight Car:,o. is improving af- ter several days illness. Miss Margaret Jane Vandaver tlements. Those expressions Basket Bali Quintets Are Practicing Daily Both the girl's and the boy's basket ball teams are practicing daily in the indoor court which has been equipped by Mr. Bar- die Kessinger, enterprizing school board member. Coach S.H. Vaughter says that the clubs are showing improved team-work, and that he appre- ciates the hearty co-operation he: has received from the citizens of the community in supplying this fine place of amusement for the young people Junior Civic Club The Junior Civic Club, spon- soled by Mrs. Paul Lewis and Miss Cordia George, is meeting regularly. Its purpose, to de velope a higher standard of school and civic life, is being carried out in a series of pro- grams that are indeed interest- ing and constructive. destiny, by any European power in any other light than a mani- festation of an unfriendly dispo- sition toward the United States. The American co n t i n e n t s should no longer be subjects for any new European colonial set- HEADACHES NEURITIS NEURALGIA, COLDS of Golden is visiting Mr. and Mrs embody what is known as the J. G. Fowler here this week. "Monroe Doctrine," President Whe~ever you have some nagging ache : .... Monroe's mention of these sub- paln, take some tablets of Bayer Aspirln. Relief is immediatel Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Fowler jects was occasioned by the for- /There s scarcely ever an ache or pain spent Sunday in Golden with rel mation in Europe, a few years that Bayer Aspirin won't relieve--and atives and friends, previously, of what was called never a time when you can't take it. the "Holy Alliance", an alliance The tablets with the Bayer cross are always safe. They will not depress the J, M. Tanner and M D. Fowler between Russia, b rance, Austria heart, or otherwise harmyou. Usethem were business visitors in Dallas and Prussia to maintain the men Sunday and Monday. archal system of government in - Europe. It was supposed that FOR SALE--2 pound Fryers at they desired to extend their op- 25c each.--J. K. DERDEN, City. erations to the new world also especially with reference to the you any pare be sure to buy the box. Beware of is the trade-mark of Bayer ~of monoaceticaddester of Trinidad High Club The Trinidad High Club, which is made up of the entire high school group, is functioniDg in a fine manner. Its purpose is to promote a higher standard of ~tudent life and scholarship. Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. R L. Acres and son were Corsicana visitors Sat- urday. G. B. Dunn is able to return to his work following an opera- tion. Born to Mr, and Mrs. Luther Stanfield Sunday morning a fine baby boy. Mr and Mrs. Joim Stacy me- tered to Kerens and returned Satu rday afte rnoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. King are the proud parents of an 8-pound girl, which was born to them :Puesday evening. Mr, and Mrs. W, R. Parks Road Malakoff Much Bert4 During Past Few Days The condition of the highway. and lateral roads which has work ed a hardship on the residents and travelers in this section dur- ing recent weeks, are showing considerable improvement, and travel may now be resumed on l any thoroughfare leading from the city. The new highway leading to Athens ha s been in bad condition for the greater part of the win- ter season on account of the ex- cess rains that have visited this section. This road, although rough, may now be traveled without fear of spending hours in the mud. The Trinidad road. which has been impassable sev- eral times during the past few weeks, is again open to the pub lic. Workmen of the highway department are being kept on this road filling in the ruts with gravel as they are beaten down which eliminates the possibilities welcomed a 6 pound baby girl of running aground on high can- to their home on Tuesday, Jan- ters. uary 19th Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. E A. Hall intertained Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. W. E. Phillips who left Tuesday for her home in Dallas. In spite of the pouring down rain a large crowd was present. After quite a few contests Little Misses Francis Malvin Hall and Margie Crawford brought in the basket of gifts which were many and all very useful. Refreshments consisted of cake and hot chocolate. All left wish- ing Mrs. Phillips much happiness and success in her new home. Julius Fowler visited relatives in Arp a few days last week. Gideon Rike returned home with him for a few days visit with friends. BROWNLEE'S VARIETY STORE Group 2 will have a meeting Thursoay, afternoon at 3:30 at the home of Mrs. Albert Jones, colonies of Spain, some of which Mlsses Mettle Clay and Fay hud asserted and obtained from Willbanks visited Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Clay and Mr. and Mrs. J the United States the recogni- A. Lacy in Athens over the week tion of their independence. end. England sided with the Uuited , _ , States on this question, and the SEE The beautiful line of Valen. results was that the allies did tine Candies at WEIR'S.Priced not carry out their project. As popularly understood, the Mon- 35c and up, ..... roe Doctrine meant a political D. E. Morrison, who recently and a guarantee of operations onhis eyes and for from European inter. the removal of Tonsils at the ferenceto all States of North Government Hospital in Musko and South America. gee Oklahoma, is reported to be The government of the United getting along fine, States, or at least, President , , Monroe, was wiser than the ,, ,, the Protestant churches, carry- ing to those people the saving and edeeming grace of our God through our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The Methodist church, along with other prot- estant churches, is now trying to correct its error of the early days, by sending to these people men and women, called of Gee, filled with his spirit and trained for the task. The churches will eventually liberate our Central and South American neighbors not by might or fear but by leaders of the church in this[teaching, showing love and mer- newly found country. The gov-lcY and pointing them to a better eminent threw out an arm oflwav through our Lord and Mas- tar. Then it shall come to pass that the ideas and ideals in the mind and heart of President Monroe, for those people, shall come to be a reality with them and they shall be neighbors to us indeed and in truth. Think of the release, the liberty and joy the now unknown possibili- ties. In other words, they will have passed from darkness unto light and a new w( rld will open up to them Don't you wan a little part in this commendable undertaking of your church? [Continued next week[ supposed protection to our neigh. born of Central and South Amer- ica, Had the Protestant chris- tian churches in that early day thrown around our neighb0rs of the south, the same religious protection sought to give them politically, then Monroe's politi- cal and governmental protection would have been a complete suc. tess. The church's failure left open a channel through which European influences have come to all of the Republics of the south, which have, so far as the of the Monroe Doctrine Warren Christian. Jr., who has been working in Kerens for several montas resigned his po- sition there and has moved to Austin where he has accepted a place with the Keen Jewelry Company. He was accompanied by his mother and Miss Grace Flagg of this city, Local Happenings On Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs Vernon H. Tolbert enter- tained with a surprise birthday party, complimenting M i s s Gladys Elam. About 30 members of the Dor- cas Sunday School Class of the Methodist cimrch, met on Th, rs day afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. P Crews for their reg- ular business meeting and party. After several interesting games, which were led by the group chairman, Mrs. Edwin Faulk, refreshments of cake and hot chocolate were served. A Chicken Dinner will be for sale at noon Saturday (Jan. 30) iu the cafe building next to the barber shop. This dinner wil be prepared by the ladies of one of the grou ps of the Dorcas class and will,be worth the small cost of 25c. Evereone is invited to come and eat. The Trinity river was up to about 37 feet at Trinidad Sun- day afternoon, and reached from one end of the new bridge to the other. In addition it flooded out over some fields on the east side of the bridge and was about a mile wide Many people from Kerens, Malakoff and o t h e r neighboring towns drove to see the high waters. CHURCH BULLETIN Sunday School e :45 Preaching Service each Sunday 10:45 and'7:15 Prayer Service, Bible Study and especial illustrated lecture on the construction of the Bible each Wednesday evening at 7:15 Woman's Missionary Society each Monday 2:30 Epworth League each Sunday Little Jeanne Royall, who was " --help }tO BOWELS brought home last week from a have the bowels move Corsicans hospital, suffered a re. lapse and it was necessary peter: curry her back to the sanitarian Drink a big tumblerfal of water Tuesday morning. The last re. and several times port, before goin to press, slat a day. Get plentyof outdoor exercise with- e t her condition had not improv o~t unduly fatiguing ~ourself. ed. for a bowel movement at the individual church is con- cry day. " cerned, been to the undoing and reed helpattimes, thwarting of the real purpose ot is l)r. Caldwells' * get a thorough To Prevent Gray Hairthe Monroe Doctrine, that is; and it won t leave your Modern Mechanics nud InvenOon.~ freedom, liberty and the pursuit and watery. Tt~is family Magazine points out three ruleswhere prescription is just fresh laxa- by gray hair may he eliminated. First Of happiness. pure pepsin, and other helpful keep the head uncovered as |nueh :t,~ With all the protection that couldn t hurt a child, possible and avoid tight hats. Second Monroe Doctrine has thrown wakes up those lazy bowels! massage the seal nl,ht a~ you feel w th your system rid P g mornin about them, they are more than poisonous waste matter, with the fingers and time ~ good halt tonic every day and some bland pit ~t century behind, in develop- once a week. Third, the diet should: meat, progress and a knowledge contain whole whemt bread Instead of )f their possibilities. The Men- white bread. Fruit salads are advo- cated and ample vegetables roe Doctrine should have been with or backed up by evening 6:15 Regular Prices The Missionary Society met with Mrs. S. W. Denton last Monday afternoon. Thirteen members were present. After a short business session deli- cious refreshments were served. Next Monday, being the first Monday in February the Society will have an all day meeting at the church.--Reporter. We are proud of the fact that there has been but little sick ness in our community during the first semester of our school year. We appreciate the fine spirit of our people iu the matter of community health. Let us continue the good work. "The Red Headed Step.Child" Charles George's latest play will be given at an early date. Watch for further announcements. The World Club of the M. E, church had a party i n t h e church parlors last Tuesday af- ternoon. There were 24 mem- bers present. Officers w e r e elected and committees were ap pointed, Mrs, Beaird will have charge of the primary division and Mrs. Gould will have the Juniors. Refreshments were served by Mrs. McCollum, Mrs. Peterson l W.ITE PLATES 69 Per set ......... C CURTAIN RODS Each__ ........... 10C CLOTHES PINS Per dozen ........... PERCOLATOR Tops 2 for ................ 5C day of Office in FLAGG BUILDINi J. A. FOWLER, M. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office with Weir's Drug MAI AKOFF, TEXAS 666 666 Liquid or Tablets used and 666 Salve externally, make a plete and effective treatment for $5,000 in Cash Prizes Ask your druggist HERE you are, Sir! right in and in a few min- utes your car is erfeetly lubricated -ready for many miles of" driv- ing. Not. single part overlooked. You will like this courteous, quick, effi- cient service. Try It Today! John Bankston, Pro At Economy Prices Vegetable Dinner with Pork or Beef Plain Steak ...... Small T Bone._ Pork Chops ...... Pork Sausage ..... Pork or Beef Roast with Yams ....... Ham and Eggs ......... Bacon and Egg Hot Cakes ......... Home baked Pies Take one home ..... Formerly Vandagriff's MALAKOFF O FORE-QUARTER STEAK ....................... 13c PORK SAUSAGE, pound ........................ 15c BEEF ROAST, fore quarter, pound ............... 12c PORK, per pound ................................ 15c HENS, dressed, pound ........................... 20c LIVER, Pork or Beef, pound ...................... 15c BEEF RIBS, pound .............................. llc We Deliver. Phone 13 GROCERY MARKET TIM VANDAGRIFF, Manager H,