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i t WHEN the two wittiest boys miss. Unfortunately the camera {local New York lads who]couldn't catch the wolds. I~aade good) get together, aroyal Perhaps the Mayor is cautioning duel of verbal repartee ensues. Winchell not to let this new bit of Wisecrack Is parried by wisecrack gossip become "the news of to- ~.nd the sparks fly. morrow". But Walter" will prob- But it's a r~tre treat for a cam- ably print it in his column or let er~ to catch-these two in a huddle. Mr. ~nd Mrs. America and all the case you haven't recognized little Americas In on tt when he them. the debonair gentleman is, chats with them over the radio and none other than New York's own introduces dance orchestras from Jimmy Walker. tire town's head all over the globe during the Lucky man, while the other is "Mrs Strike Dance Hour. ~inchell's bad boy Walter", the "Know all and tell all" is lhe Wisest guy on the Main stem. Hiz- motto on the proud escutcheon of toner has cupped his ear to get ell the Broadway Winchells. And the news, for Wlnchell's scooptes] Walter has certainly lived up to ,~l'e ton ~ood even for the Mayor to I expectations. DENTIST In Malakoff Wednesday and Thurs- day of each week. Office in FLAGG BUILDING ] +-- Athens, Texas Friday, February, 5th. "Vice Squad" with Paul Lucas and Kay Francis Saturday, February 6th- "Sun Set Trail" with Ken Maynard II! A New Show at 10:45 Saturday Night, Feb. 6 Consohdated Marriage" with Icene Dunne and O'Brien Sl~ctacls The invention of spectacles has been claimed for Roger Bacon about 1280 by Doctor Plott, but they are gener- ally supposed to have been invented by Alessandro de Splna, a Florentine monk, In 1285. However, Manui credits Saivlno, who died in 1317, with their invention, and the claim is Justified by the inscription on his tombstone which reads: "Qui giace Salvlno degll Ar- matl, lnventore degli occhlall; Dee gll perdoni le peecata"--Here lies Salvino of Armati, inventor of spectacles; God pardon his slns." Friar Jordan de Rlvalto, In a sermon delivered by him in 1305, told his audi- tors that "it is not twenty years since the art of making spectacles was found out, and is indeed ene of the best and most necessary Inventions in the world." Thls puts the date of the in- vention at 1285.--Literary Digest. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON fiica with Weirrs Drug Store MAt AKOFF, TEXAS 666 166 Liquid or Tablets used internaIly nd 666 Salve externally, make a com- plete and effective treatment for colds $5,000 in Cash Prizes Ask your druggist for particulars Obedient Abraham Lincoln knew a good pic- ture when he saw it. On one occasion he was shown a picture done by an amateur, and was asked to give his opinion of it. "I can truthfully say," replied Lin- coln, "that the painter of this picture is a very good painter In that he ob- serves the Commandments." "What do you mean by that?" asked iiomeono. "I mean that he hath not made to himself the likeness of anything that Is in heaven above, or that Is In the earth beneath, or that is In the water under the earth," replied Lincoln. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office with lagg Drug Co, M ALAKOFF DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST . X-RAY DIAGNOSIS New Spencer-Carroll Building Athens, Texas "Dime" From the I,.atla This is the right time to buy that Used Car. We'll Call < DRY CLEANING He do~n't look a day over fifty. But if you want to keep in fine shape, feel fit the year 'round, take And feels like forty, a spoonful of Dr. Caldwell s syrup At the age of 62. pepsin every few days You'll eat That's the happy state of health better, sleep better and feel better. i~.P a man enjoys when he gives You will never need another laxative. Wed., Feb. 9.10th tam vital organs a little stimulantl Give the children a little of this Plato's Prayer When your system is stagnant delicious syrup two or three times a ' " The prayer by Plato used In the fu- .:Slid you feel sluggish, headacny, week A gentle, natural stimulant neral services of Senator Morrow Is ~alf-~live--don t waste money on that makes them eat and keeps theThursday, Feb, llth-- ~'toni~" or "regulators" or similar bowels from clogging. And saves . as follows : ' Beloved Pan, and all ye ~atent medicines. Stimulate the them from so many rock spells end '*fl|~h Pressure" other gods who haunt this place, give Ver and bowels. Use a famouscolds. . me beauty In the inward soul, and may ~hy~ieian's prescription every drug Have a sound stomach, active with William Poweli and ithe outward and the inward man be at ~tore k ee, ps. Just ask them for L~r. liver and strong bowelmuscles that Evelyn Brent i one. May I reckon the wise to be 'Ualdwell s syrup pepsin, expel every bit of waste and poison i wealthy, and may I have such a quan. is made every dayl Just keep a bottle of Ladies' Matinee 10c-- Itlty of gold as a temperate man and )s, active Dr. Caldwelrs syrup pepsin on -Men's Night 10e the only can bear and carry. Anything One dose hand; take a stimulating spoonful of and then, See if you [more? The prayer, I think, u enough n~v ~ /n every ",way, t for tee." ................. " . . ' Used? You'd hard. , , Come at 9:30 Saturdaynightand see twoshows for 35c, "decem"'Dime" meaningiS derivedlO, frOmor "decimus,"the Latin ly guess it to look at these shining paint jobs and to .hear these el the price of one.'teath'Inth, eexplainSFourteenth and FlftecnthPathfinder Maga- qu.i steady, te motors. Bat they are. And now that prices are at ' ' centuries dime was applied In Eng- low ebb, pick your favorite" make. . Sunday and Monday, land to the tithe or tenth part of one's Feb. 7-8th income paid to the church. Accord- ~ " lag to the King flames version of the America Greets the New Bible, the last part of Genesis 14:20 POLANEGRI reads. "He gave him tithes of all." We Urge Your Inspection John Wyclif translated this passage, woman of fire and beauty in"He gave him dymes of nile thingls." A Woman The American 10-cent piece was called 1930 FORD TUDOR SEDAN 1929 CHEVROLET COACH a dime because it represents the tenth part of a dollar, the national monetary 3 8 0.0 0 2 8 8.0 0 Commands n t. ith Roland Y,)ung, Basil , -- 1930 FORD SPORT COUPE- w Rathbone and H. B, Warm r ', l-dla.s Great Gamblers 8.0 0 , The American Indians threw marked Tues.-Wed,, Feb. 9-10th-- 'plum-gto~es and other objects in games that bore a resemblance to our 1929 DESOTO COUPE 1928 DODGE SEDAN flood Sport dice games, ,,,rites Madelin Blitzstela in the oston runscript. enob- 210.QO 195.00 with Linda Watkins and scot Indians of Maine used marked John Boles bone disks; the Sioux used plum- stones, and the Pueblos used blocks 1929 FORD SEDAN THIS COUPON of wood. In the early Seventeenth century the North American Indians 2 9 O. 0 0 ,were grasped by the gambling passion and 35c will admit two and it was a common practice for acults to s e e "Good ,them to stake everything they had on Sport" on Tuesday cr the throw era dice. We give "Prosperity Money" on all sales. 11 ,) Dealers of Ford Products Athens, (Telephone No. 77) Texas ..... 16e