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THE ALAKOFF NEW8 ..... PUBLISHED (VERY I'BURSDA ;teffice at Malakoff as second class matter. L J. SCHOLI,, EDITOR Price $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request. and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- for more than the cost of the advertisement. "Playing Hookey" " ' '" ' that 90 per. Political the criminals of today on their criminal career by Announcements ag themselves from school ginning of waywardness es until a crime is cm" Ti :th: : and then the youth is reformatory, or then where the state for office, subject to the action of It is found Democratic primary July 23,1932 , \ the trouble is in instead of in the child. minimize the ff education, and dis- ttter lack of interest in work. As a result the ehitdren get the idea that secur- an education doesn't really mean very much to them. and in encouraged or even to look upon in as the most g in life they are Der- tted. more or less, to have own way about school at Ice. has not been many cas- of truancy in this community, has been one, it is ,y. Truancy is a subject that parents should not overlook ; and the seriousness of such prac- flees should be impressed upon the minds of every child who a tendency to slight school In order that the child work it is neces- for him to be in school each every day. The absence on ' necessarily puts him be classes, and the lessons day might be luestions in the examinations. children of "The Lignite are fortunate in having the opportunity of attending a first- tonal institution and for the best results to be it is necessary for the to on.operate with the Parents can be factor in the education boys and girls by super- home study and by keep. the child regularly in school fail in the education of the today, we canno p maintain the high.stand. itizenship of tomor- That Lost Letter YOU Always make certain letters you mail are address. correctly and clearly? If you not, maybe some of your let- were among the several l thousand that found to the "dead letter" Washington last year. an extra second to another glance the letter, and of the eve may be the f preventing its total loss and the one to whom it is Of course no one few cents for print. ever loses a letter y; if it is misaddressed be delivered it is re- ,the writer instead of to the "dead letter" But there are still quite try to straggle along convenience of print- ;turn cards, so we will always have a "'Dead Letter" office for go. From the Hen Ever stop to think times mean nothing to She just keeps on dig- eggs re- about For Represent Ltive, 54th District J. it. Towery, Ire-election] For County Judge: John W. Ballow For Sheriff: Joel Baker (re-election) Jess Sweeten For County Clerk: Dolph B. Tillison (re-election) For District Clerk: Mrs. Ann Alford Payne For County Treasurer:" D. R. Cartlidge J. A. Murchison Justice of the Peace, Precinct 8 R. A. McLain (re-election) For Constable, Precinct 8: h. W. Leopard (re-election) Hugh Pickle For Commissioner, Precinc 2: R. N. (Bob) Johnson D. B. (Boone) Reynolds 81. C. Andrews For Public Weigher; Thad Stacy Jim Dud Johnson Jack Perry I I II she digs deeper. If she strikes a rock, she works around it. But always she digs uD worms and turns them into hard shelled profits as well as tender broilers. Did you ever see a pessimistic hen? Did you ever know of one starving to death waiting for worms to dig themselves out of the ground? Did you ever hear one cackle because times were hard? Not on your life. She saves her breath for the digging and her cackles for the eggs. We wonder how many of our readers can find a moral in this. Read the Advertlsemen . I ii j. Rats and Plagues ..... Rats in l'2tlrolw for ccItttlries were re~onslble for the spree(ling of phlgue. This disease, carrlcd by fleas on th:~ black rat. was not exterminated bF Improved sanitary conditions so much as by hordes of brown rats from Asia, which entered through Russia about 1700. The black rat was driven to the wharves and ships by this stronger rival. But eventually the brown rat forsook human company and lived principally In sewers, thus relieving Europe of plague. Self-Examination gust the other day I heard a man who was very angry at ~me one who had done him a grievous Injury and he was struggling to get his feelings under control so that he could be im- partial and fair in his Judgment of the one who had hurt him. "I want to fully examine myself when I am calmed down," l~e said, "to make sure that there is no Justifica- tion for what was said about me,"-- Exchange. Railroad Construct|on Railroads Were first built across the country instead of north and south because water transportation on the large rivers, such as the Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, etc.: ran In a north- south direction, and the building of ,,ross-country transportation routes to connect with tile commercial centers along tile rivers was a natural out- come. As emigration pushed farther westward these lines were extended to mee( the demands of pro~ress. of imitations Bayer Aspirin ~ dee universal anti0ote :or pains o~ aft :duos. i~Ieadacnea Colds Sore l%roa~ Rheumatism l~euritis Neuratgia Lumbago 1 ootnaehe Genuine Bayer Aspirin is 3ola a~ all druggists .n t~oxes oi 12 ana :n bottte~ o~ 24 ann I00. As~)irin is the trade- mark ot Bayer manu- :,acture ot monoacetie- acadester o~ salicyiicacid. t~ook ~or lhe name Bayer and he word genuine on the t)acka~e as picture~ below when you ouy Aspirin. rhen you wilt know Lha~ you are getting the .Tenume Bayer product thousands ot physicians prescribe Bayer Aspirin is SAFE as mil- lions ol users nave nroved, t~ does not depress the t~cart and no narm- rut after-effects tallow ~ts use, Cotton Belt Schedule NORTH BOUND Train No. 104 ............ 12:21 A. Train No. 102 .................. 9:30 A. M SOUTtI BOUND Train No. 101 ........... 1:35 P. M Train No. 103 .................. 8:20 A.M II I This is the right time to buy that Used Car. Used? You'd hardly guess it to look at these shining new paint jobs and to hear these steady, quite motors. But they are. And now that prices are low ebb, pick out your favorite make. 1929- Chevrolet Coupe .................. $245.00 1929--Ford Conpe ...................... 195.00 1928- Ford Fordor Sedan ................ 235.00 1929--Chevrolet Coach ................ 235.00 1929--Whippet Coach (6) ............... 125.00 1929--DeSoto Coupe .................... 145.00 1930--Ford DeLuxe Sedan .............. 310.00 1929--Ford Roadster ................... 135.00 1927--Dodge Coupe ..................... 65,00 1929--Dodge Sedan .................... 145.00 I 1929 firaham Truck J 1929 Ford Truck good condition--good tires Good condition--good tires $225.00 $145.00 1927-Ford Coupe, only ................. $75.00 1927--Ford Tudor Sedan ................ 65.00 Wood-Dickerson Motor Co. Dealers of Ford Products. Telephone 177 Current Comment From ~,~m~',~~ Washington ~ea. ~., ~d~,,~,em-.o~,. In the Senate, a resolution for an investigation of the motion picture industry has been intro- duced. It is said that the tony ing picture business is operat- ......................... i-- lag in violating of anti-trust laws e Athens, Texas Friday-Saturday, Mar. 18.19 STAN LAUREL and OLIVER HARDY "Pardon Us" We recommend this picture for anyone with the BLUES These two days have been designated as laugh days. |91 I | A New Show at 10:45 Saturday Night, Mar. 19 GEORGE WHITE'S and is putting out films that are indecent and otherwise unfit for puplic display. Anti-injunction legislation is under discussion, and has occupied a grea deal of time of the Senate. A change in the tariff on copper is suggest- ed It is proposed to divert five million bushels of wheat owned by the government, for the re. lief of the needy. A bill provid- ing for the guaranty of bank de- posits has been introduced. In- the House, steps have been taken to ascertain whether the expenses of operating the eaecu. five departments cannot be re- duced without imparing the effi- ciency of such agencies. A change in the boundary line between the Canal Zone and Panama has been authorized. Ahout 125 million dollars have been appropriated to carry on the work of the Com- merce, State, Labor, and Justice Departments. Prohibition en- forcement gets 11 millions. The tax bill is being considered by the Committee on Ways and Means. What may be denomi. nated general debate, covering a wide range of subjects, too nu- merous to be compressed, into a single paragraph, has kent the membersof the Lower House busy. Movable Motor to Boost Seaplane Speed Records London.--Speeds of .5~ miles an hour may soon he attained by the use of "movable" engines in racing sea- planes, according to the inventors of a new type of engine mountang for aircraft. The mounting is an outgrowth of experiments connected with the design and construction of the British Schnei- der trophy racers which last autumn put cp a world's record of 407.5 miles an hour. In experiments the engine is mount. ed on a pivot permitting the engine and its propeUor to he tilted upward to any desired angle within a range of nearly 45 degrees. The fact the en- gine and propeller can be tilted up- wards so as to be well clear of the water has enabled the designers to short'ca the undercal'rlage so that the wings of the airplane almost rests on the water, In this way tile air resist, ance and weight of the undercarriage have been greatly reduced. l Athens, Texas "Flying High" with Charlotte Greenwood and Bert Lahr Come at 9:30 Saturday night and see two shows for 35c, the price of one. nmm| Sunday-Monday, Mar. 20.21 Business & Pleasure with WILL ROGERS Two shows on Sunday after noon; first one starting at 2:15 p. m. I Tues.-Wed., Mar, 22.23 BERT WHEELER and ROB'T. WOOLSEY in "Peach 0' Reno" with Dorothy Lee, gelma O'Neal, and Jos Cawthorn. I II I Thursday. March 24th- "Expert" with Chick Sale and Dickie Moore in story by Edna Ferber Ladies' Matinee 10c-- -Men's Night 10c DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Malakoff Wednesday and Thurs- day of each week. Office in FLAGG BUILDING J, i. UNDERTAKER Embalming--Caskets--H and Ambulance Service Day Phone 100 Nite An Old Fashioned Bargain Event .... Choice of Over 200 Pairs Fine Novelty Shoes Tomorrow morning we begin the greatest sale of novelty slippers we ever staged.., sure the size range is broken--in fact, in some styles there are only two or three pairs of a kind .. but the values are nothing short of marvelous. Black kid pumps . .. black patent pumps.., a few pairs of good qual- ity arch support shoes included... in fact the grouping is from former $4.95 to $6.00 grades. All sizes and all widths are in the assortment. Come down tomorrow.., buy them by the several pairs.., now you can buy them as cheaply as house shoes. These shoes must go and that quick- ly... at $1.95 they will. Athens,-:- Texas