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_~.~:>" .... ~,~ ~ =~ , :::/:?~i~%:%% ? Cotton Belt Schedule ,--~. I~ORTH BOUND .................. 6:33 A. M :! SOUTIt BOUND Train No. 101 .......... 10:52 P. M Train No. 10o .................. 20 P. M. Cotton Belt Makes An- other Change in Schedule The St. Louis, Southwestern Railroad made a minor change in the recently revised passenger train schedule effective last Sun- day whereby train No. 103 will arri ehere at 2:20 p.m. instead of 1:40 as heretofore All other trains maintain their old sched- ule :KNOW TEXAS Oil investments in Texas, es- timated at $1,500,000,000, repre- sent one-se .-enth of the United States total. Texas average monthly production during six months ending Oct. 1 was 21,000.- 000 barrels. , o--- Road contracts let by the Tex- as Highway Commissiou" during 1929totaled $32,707,000, cover- ing 3,444 miles of highway. Texas has 1,170 hotels with 79,410 rooms employing 27,230 persons and representing an in- vestment of $213, 544, 000. Scottish Abbey Holds Relics of Robert Bruce Subject to tbe fulfillment of certatn conditions, the trustees of Professor Noel Pahm handed over the follow. lng articles to the kirk-session of Dun- fern)line abbey: 1. A portion of the skeleton of King Robert the Bruce, nqmetY, the metatarsal~ or bone of the great toe. 2. A small portion of the outer leaden sl~roud of King Robert the Bruce. 3. A small portion of the toile d'or in which the body of King l{obert the Bruce was wrapped. 4. The remains of one of the Iron nails which were found among the ltemainB of the coilin in which the body reposed. 5. The remains of one of fl~e six iron rings, or rather handles, which had been filled in witlt lead into the largest of two stones protecting the vault of tbe Bruco when first discov- ered on February 17, 1818. 6. Twelve fragments--white marble and calm stonc~--"believed to be portions of.Z2~e maga~iiicent monument of King Robert the Bruco at Dunfermline destroyed by the Lords of the Congregation." The relics are preserved in an oak glass-ironted cabinet placed alongside of the abbey pulpit erected Immedi- ately above the vault of the Bruce.-- I~ondon Mail. Magnetic Poles Tl~e geographical poles at@ th8 points at tim imaginary ends of the eo~'th's axis of rotation, lying 90 de- grees north and south latitude. The magnetic poles are the points on the earth's surface where the lines of mag- netic forces are vertical. They are the ends of the axis of the earth'S magnetic polarity. The north magnet- ic pole is located In latitude 70 de- grees nortb, longitude 97 degrees west. and the south magnetic pole in lati- tude 72 degrees south, longitude 158 degrees eas~. First Milk Bottle The earliest milk bottle known was the hide of a goat, with the openings tied up to prevent the escape of th fluid, It Is-s~nl(l that butter was first made accid*~ntally when milk in a goat. skin bottle slung across a camel*s back was humped and sloshed during the weary miles across the desert wastes. It is a long process of eve. lutiou from this crude churn to the modern motor-driven churns in out up-to-date creameries,---Burdette linty. ice. Room for Improvement Education has no~ yet made us as intelligent people. Witness the tab. loid newspape~, the low standards o| the talkies, the banality of radio pito~ grams, the small sales of good hook& ---Woman's Home Companion. " Unintentional euleid Many Imgple are slowly i olso'nlng themselves just as surely as. ~ they drank iodind every_ mornip, g for bre~_. fast. They ale daily a~bmg the toxLgs., or poisons, creat~" oy a~,.cumu7 ]ated Waste matter in thear consc~pa~e~ disease war conquer_m err w~uma bodie& THE MALAKOFF NEWS |I Local Chevrolet Firm Gets 1 oca. [ CarLoad 1930 Models ' " ' Tile Tanner & Tiner Motor H. B. Ferguson of Dallas sent Miss Theretta Bartlett is visit- Company, local Chevrolet dealers us a dollar thin week in .payment mg friends at Belton this weeg. received last Thursday their first of another year's News. S J. Hall of Jacksonville spent Monday night here with his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. S A Hall. Mrs. T. A. Bartlett Jr. Mrs. Jno. Ray Guinn were ens visitors Tuesday. Miss Areha Flagg was a tor in Athens Monday. shipment of the new improved Carney Kirby was in Dallas on 1930 models of the Chevrolets business "Iuesday. sixes. The shipment which is ..... now on display in their show J. W. Flatt paid up this week,rooms includes a Coupe, coach, for a two-year subscription tOlsedan and a truck, and the News. i The new Chevrolets have un- Ath- - " dergone considerable change in Mrs. Joe Rather and baby of their mechanism which will add Bullard spent last eek here much to their performance and visi-with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. comfort. The motor has been W. O. Clark and Clyde Mc- Williams were enrolled this week on a joint subscription to the News. W. E. Phillips. I increased to 50-horse power with the valves located in the head. Warren Chmstian of Kerens The new cars are equipped with spent Sunday here with his pa- h3draulic shock abs( rbers on all rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chris- four wheels and the upholstering tian. fin the closed models has been re --- claret with new designs and Joe Patton of Dallas sent us a Mr. and Mrs. Parker Leopard much finer materials. dollar this week in payment for and children and,Brogan Malcolm The body has under,'one a few a year's News. of Dallas were eek-end visitors minor changes but taken as a in the city. whole the outward appearance W. F. Young, D. D. G. M. of :cry closely resembles the 1929 the I. O O. F., I. W. Nolen, C, L. Smith, Robbins Bros. models Harvey Martin, Bob Johnson feed store manager was added to and L. J. Scholl visited the Ath- the News' list this wee_k, D B. OWEN, M. D. ens ]edge in their regular meet- ing Thursday evening and in- Mrs R T, Sanders is visiting PHYSICIAN and SURGEON stalled the new officers for the her daughter, Mrs. T. E, Stew- OtTice with Fh gg Drug Co, present term. art of Dallas this week. MALAKOFF Jim Hawk Roberts of Dallas Mr. and Mrs..D: Curti .and Adults Contract Children's is visiting Mr and Mrs H rry children were Athens vim ors Diseases Saturday afternoon Flag Jr. here this week ............. Adult. can, and do, contract many children's dise~es. And, usually, they ' ..... ' suffer from them much more than Miss Vera Slaughter spent the Will Faulk and T. C. F trell children do. For instance, many.adults week-encl with Miss Altha Gra- attended court in Palestine this contract worms, an ailment usually associated with children. Sometimes ham in Eustace. week. ~ they suffer intensely and take expen- sive medical treatments, without resli- Rev, A. W. Clark of' Waco fill- RaMr: M:W;li tm2 h:rd ;on troubles.Zing that wormSyet, thearCs, _-mptomsthe cause Ofaretheirthe I s same as in children, loss of appetite ed the pulpit for both the morn- ... ............ andweight, grindingthe teeth and rest,. ingandeveniligservices at thel IlrY: / deWMl:Wm li:=: lesssleep, itching ofthe nose and anusi a . and abcldminal pains. And, the same Baptist Church here Sunday ' - medicine that surely and harmlessly exo D^.. ,-,-- , ..... returned home with them fora pels round and pin worms from childrea came unuay maze o . visit ivill do the same for adults --- White's up for his regular engagement iew flays . Cma Yen use, whi hyouean et - ROY I. WEIR --- the proceeding week which in- Wayne Evans. Lone Tiner and clement weather forced him to Melvin Dodd are attending Fed- ead the Adve Isemen: t. postpone, eral Court in Tyler this week. Jim Cherry and R. D. Robert son of Route 2 were enrolled as new subscribers to the News list this week. W. E. Phillips is reported on the sick list this week. WANTED--To buy junk cars. If you have an old car that you ean't use and want to sell as juag, see me--D. LACHER. ! . Mrs. W. E. Phillips and daugh- ters, Miss Idellah and Mrs. Rob't Bishop were Athens visitors Sat- urday afternoon. J. T. Clay paid up this week !or another year's News, Mrs. Will Faulk is in Athens this week at the bedside of her mother-in-law, Mrs W. L. Faulk who is reported seriously ill. R. H Pickle Jr returned Sat- urday from San Antonio where he appeared before the Texas Board for examination in Phar. macy. There were 47, 772 retail stores in business in Texas in 1929. Groceries were 13.620 and auto accessories (including tires, etc.) were second with 6.488. E. O. DO DSON TRANS, FER and all kinds of hauling Mr J.N. Shirey handed the Prompt and satisfactory ser editor a dollar this week renew- vice guaranteed. ing the subscription for his daughter, Mrs. Grady Peurifoy of Wortham, He also purchased another subscriptian which he ordered sent to his other daugh- ter, Miss Mildred at San Antonio Texas, J. A. FOWLER. 51. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Oflic with Weir's Drug Store MALAKOH:, TEXAS. I DAN GENTRY UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL : UI.'PLIES Call ELMER ROBERTS DAY PHONES NIGHT 86 85 IL Yoa can have them repaired now at a small cost, do not wait too long it will cost you more if you do. We've all kinds of B=UILD[NG MATERIAL Malakoff, Texas O .... and what an array of fine entertainment is on the air every night .... let us demonstrate in your own home. without obligation this new Complete The wonderful thing that a Screen-Crid CROSLEY gives you is the highest quality at a very moder- ate price." Come in and see the won- derful new Crosleys. They have distinction and per- sonahty. And, as a piece of furniture it will reflect your own good taste. As a musical instrument, it has no equal. On our convenient terms you can pay as you enjoy. ROY !. WEIR ""A Pleasure to Please" I " " "1 H BURTIS MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGI DR J. . Whe You Think of , DENTIST IN. tTR hNCE X-RAY DIAGNOSIS -- "Alwa.v-----s'Think, New SPencer-Carroll Building ALL KINDS OF Athens, Texas om~ at F'mtt Natiomd Break orse Not until you drive the new Chevrolet Six can you appreci- ate what a wonderful improve- ment has been made in its famous six-cylinder valve-in- head engine. With its capacity increased to 50 horsepower, it has great reserve energy for sweeping up the steepest hills-- for swift acceleration--and for The ROADSTER ........... $495 The SPORTROADSTER .... 525 The PHAETON ............ 41fi The COACH .............. 565 The COUPE ............... 565 The SPORT COUPE ........ 625 j~ ~mw~t ~ sustained high speeds. Its power flows evenly and smoothly. And it is extremely extble ha traffic. @ In fact---it everything you could po ibly want a motor to do. Yet it is remarkably economical in Its use of lamlint and oil. Come in today for a demonstration. prices! CLUB SEDAN ........ 625 The SEDAN ............. 675 The SEDAN DELIVERY... 595 1 TON CHASSIS ......... 520 Light Delivery Chassis ..... 3f5 I'A ton Chassis with Cah... 625 Malakoff, Texas A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE THE FOUg