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EWS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the Postoflice at Malakoff second class matter. [j. J. SCHOI.L, EDITOR The Hauptmann Verdict By LEONARD A. BARRETT ........ Regardless of one's personal opinion Subscription Price $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request,of the verdict.of the Jury in the Haupt- ......... mann case, It , is solutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. clearly evident that In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. Ii t,'" d And now comes the local plum- ber who recently worked or, a bad water line for hours only to find that the faucet was stopped up .... The gentleman who re- lent his automobile to an- young man while he, him- self, attended a recent church affair, had to relate the whole story to his wife after she dis- covered that his car was not at the church ..... Then, there was another local man who recently found himself in a funny predica- ment, when a preacher was pull- ing one of his arms inviting him to Sunday school, while a friend gging the other arm trying to match him for a drink ........ Among other things, "Dub" Nor- ton is being regarded as a fair Sunday School teacher .... Read the Sunday School Lesson for next Sunday in this issue of the News ._.R.H. Pickel, Jr. until recently with Weir's Pharmacy, is now devoting his time to seek- ing out prospects for Crosley Electric Refrigerators .... A cer- tain lady, when asked if she knew a funny story that might be used in this column, asked if we had heard the one about the traveUn~, saleemah .... __ ~eldon Moore inquiring of a drug store group Sunday afternoon as to whether or not the rodeo at the Fat Stock Show operated on Sun. day nights .... The new telephone directories for 'The Lignite City' have just come off the press and are now ready for distribution.__ Paul Bankston, salesman for the Roya]i Chevrolet Co. has receiv- ed his certificate of membership in the "Fifty Car Chapter" of the Chevrolet Motor Co. This means that Paul has sold 50 au. 't'tomobiles .... Fifteen stray dogs were killed by officers Sunday and Monday. The mad dog scare tough on dogs--better keep MALAKOFF is in the midst of another mad dog scare, which ning--yours may have been and you may not find out about it un- til it is too late. Your kiddies have no way of knowing about all the dogs they meet in the ave- nues of travel along their way to school each day. The very next one they stop to pet may be mad and will bite them without warn- ing, And, what's the usein try- ing to tell a child not to play with a dog--they just can't help that. The only sure way is to VACCINATE your dog or KILL it--and that way is not sure un- less WE ALL do likewise. So, let's all do that very thing-and do it NOW. YEARS .-.AGO... "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" Justice has b e n vindicated and the public, mind antis. fled. 'The mills of the gods grind slow- ly, but they grind exceedingly small. J u s t so. Shylock demands his pound of flesh, but finally is forced to sub- mit to the demands o Justice. Justice may be "seasoned with mercy" but It is nmst first be vindicated. Obedience liberty and disobedience is slavery. Section Foreman W. R Baxley has just received and put into use a splendid new motor section car. John A. Jackson, delegate to the Odd Fellows convention at San Antonio, left Saturday for that place on the Cotton Belt. Deputy Sheriff Frank McDan- iel is reverted serinusly ill with pneumonia. Dr, J, K. Webster of Athens and Dr. Jester of Corsicans, were The cosmic world is vocal with its un- alterable decree--violation of law de- mands punishment. Every person wits refuses to conform to nature's laws pays the penalty. Interrupt nature In her process of development and ws have chaos and confusion. Use her laws by working In conformity with them and we have the radio, airship, etc. In the world of moral values the same law dominates. Murder. or what. ever the crime may be, is always a vio. lation of the fixed order Of the morn world. No person can escape. He may be acquitted through the thwarting of Justice In a criminal court, but ulti- mately he must pay the penalty, which may be the "sting" of his own con- science, or the penalty will have to be paid in other ways we know not of. Aside from the fact that the majesty of the law has been upheld and th~ crime avenged, it does not right the wrong. Certaini.v the decision of the court should not be made a travesty by having the Jurors re-enact the courl scene In vaudeville for the paltry sum of $3,800. It should not be done for any consideration. The public minc will undoubtedly react unfavorably to such a procee~ng. Furthermore, the decision does not restore to the family circle the absent child. Perhaps thia Is the sacrifice which some one had t~ make In order that public consclenc~ might be aroused and other innocent children protected from such a cruel fate. called into consultation here this week in the case of Mrs. S. E. Weir. The damage caused by fire and water to the Rivers Dry Goods Company at Athens is estimat- ed at $14,000.CZ~ ~ce~ e~ Lumber Dealers New Stock of Wall Paper PAINTS--Indurall Brand Oliver Implements Malakoff Lumber Co. Malakoff, Texas leads us to wonder all over again whether there isn't something that might be done about it. Usually the do~s that go mad and run amuck, are worthless critters their owners seem to care noth. 'of. Worthless do~s are a to the community and should be done away with. A dog that isn't worth the small cost of vaccination, isn't worth feeding and should be killed by ~ts owner, immediately upon the establishment of such a belief. The killing of the worthless dogs and the vaccination of all of the good ones will reduce the mad d~ scare to a mere memory and we won't have to be worrying all the time about the family dog ~ going mad suddenly and biting oneof our children. There is no way of telling are bitten by a WE WOULD NEVER I I I I II DISAPPOINT YOU II I I _ OUR reputation for prompt and efficient service in cleaning, press- ing and repairing clothes is unex- celled. Give us a trial and you'll surely find that your clothes will look better, set better and wear longer. The way we clean your garments renews the cloth as it is strictly sanitary. Malakoff Dry Cleaners N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor night's rut !UNIFORM INTERNATIONAl. SUNDAY CHOOL {By R]UV. P. n. FITZWATER. D. D., ]t~etnber of ~&e~Ity. Moody ]~Ibll Institute at Chicago,) , ~, Western NeWspaper Union I Lesson fol March 24 I PETER DESCRIBES THE CHRIS- I TIAN____LIFE i :, LESSON TEXT--! Peter 3:8-18. ~ GOLDEN" TEXT--But sanctify the Lord God In your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every , an that asketh you a reason of the hope that Is in you with meekness and fear. I Peter 3:15. PRIMARY TOPIC---Pleaslng Jesus ~very Day. InJ_UNIOR TOPIC--Jesus' Way of LIv- I~TERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC---Livlng Like a Christian. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC ---Practicing Our Christian Profession. Having given instructions to citizens I (2:13, 14), servants (2:18), wives (8:1-6), and husbands (3:7), Peter now sets forth the attitudes and mo- tives which are required for the per- [~ fection of all the relations of human life. I. Charactariatics of the Christian Life {vv. 8-11). These find expression in personal at- titudes and manner of living. 1. Toward fellow believers (v. 8). a. "All of one mind." This means unity of thought and feeling. Chris- tlans being united to the one Lord Jesus Christ, animated by the one Holy Spirit and governed by the one Book, the Holy Scriptures, will inev- Itably come into possession of like- mindedness. b. "Having compassion one of an- other." This means more than gym. pathy in times of sorrow. It means the sharing of Joys as well as sorrows. c. "Love as brethren." Being of the one family, a common affection should dominate its members. d. "Be pitiful." This means tender- heartedness, expressing itself in sym- pathy toward the helpless and needy. e. "Be courteous." This means friendliness, Christian politeness. 2. Toward the world(vv. 9-11). a. "Not rendering evil for evil." Pos- Itively expressed, this means doing good for evil. The natural man ren. tiers evil for evil. The believer has been called thus to manifest the spirit of Christ. b. "Eschew evil and do good" (v. 11). This means to shun or turn away from evil It means the bending away from one's course at the approach of evil and the positive doing of good. c. "Seek peace, and ensue it," It is not enough for a believer to refrain from conflict. He must bend every energy in the direction of peace. II. Incentives to Christian Living (vv. r2-14). 1. '~l'he eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, and his ears are open unto their prayers" (v. 12). God not only takes account of their efforts to live righteously, but his ears are open to hear their cries for help. 2. "The face of the Lord Is against them that do evil" (v. 12). God will surely visit In Judgment those who de- part from the way of right living. 3. God will protect and keep those who will bend their energies to the do- ing of good (v. 13). 4. Happiness In suffering (v. 14). his means the suffering which re- suits from the pursuing of the ways of rlgiltcousnesa Ill. How the Christian Life Can Be Lived (vv. 15, 16). It cannot be lived In the power of human strength. A divine dynamic is provided. l. "Sanctify the Lord God In your hearts (v. 15). The Revised Version says, "Sanctify Christ as Lord," ca- ;throne Jesus Christ as the Lord of life. 2. Be ready to give a reason for your hope (v. 15). A Christian should :have an understanding of his faith, much as to give a reason to the In- quirer. The Christian'S faith rests upon the highest reason. 8. Live a conscientious life (v. 16). One's life should be so lived that the commiouane~ that actions are con- advent before God and man is possible. a life will put to shame evil men who. falsely accuse and despitefully use the believer. IV. The Issue of the Christian Ufe (vv. 17, 18). Christ said to the disciples that they would receive the same treatment that the world a corded him. Paul says, "All that will live godly in Christ Jesus siml] suffer persecution" ~(H Tim. 8:12). If God wills that we suf. fer for well doing, let us rejoice, look- ing to Christ as our supreme example. Greatness and Humility I believe that the first test of a truly great man is his humlUt~. I do not mean by humility doubt of his own power, hlmltatlon of speaking his opin- Ions. but a right understanding of the relation of what he can do and say to the rest of the world's doings and say. tngs.--Charlas Spurgeon. Halpe to Betray Faith Every noble act of devotion to truth, every pure life unstained with evil, every word of pity, every instance of forgiving goodness, helps us to a bet- ter faith In that divine and eternal goodnees whleh has no variableness or shadow of turning.--Dr. J. F. Clarke. Try it Yoursdf Whatever may be said of the philos. ophy of Coleridge, his proof of the truth of Christianity was most simple and concave. It consisted la the ' FranCe[or yourself.~ 4 @ DEPARTMENT--STORE -- Athens, Texas - I 9:00 A. 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