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March 29, 1935     The Malakoff News
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY j j:_~ ,, , u J, i f. Entered at the Postoflice at Malakoff second class matter. L. J. SCHOLI~ EDITOR ubaerlv on Price $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request. i lutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. Ia case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- for more than the cost of the advertisement, SUCH IS LIFE By C~adca S~ OR, AZW / Q Aromtd :,e ;:li Deaths--- Who's to Blame? mayor--so thought a couple of LEONARD A. BARRETT merchants last week. them entered Gentry's Grocery and asked "Red" Waller if he was the mayor, (Red, think- lug he said manager, answered in the affirmative. The other man accepting A. L. Kirby as mayor, his permission to set up stand on the sidewalk. After a while the two strangers got to gether and each started brag- to the other that he had ob- permission from the may- business here. Finally it was agreed that Malakoff had more mayors than any small :had ever seen. In Ma]akoff has no mayor stall .... Thirty-one members of the Men's Bible Class of the Bap- tist Church visited the Men's Class art he Baptist Church at Mabank Sunday morning. Corn- b ed in this service, this large gathering of men made a most acceptable class. The class was very ably taught by T. L. Jen- hinge .... Mr. Jennings explained that he was not a teacher at all but rather a reformed janitor, that besides himself tk re re llla * her ana first and second assistant teach- who were in line to lead the class .........It was agreed by th eyMalakoff delegation, that if the leaders had been selected in a line according to theirsever- a! abilities, then it would really pleasure some time to listen m real teacher .... Mr. Jen- eJngs, by the way, is a printer, first one this writer ever knew who would even attempt Sunday School lesson oing through the grind of out a newspaper ........ nearest point con. a railroad or paved high. to the Worsham test in An- y .... Those born in month of March need offer in the event they are inclined to be a little bit "windy" through the "new" y revealed many iceable changes in that farm- hag area since last we passed that The burning lights of pro- ducing 0il wells dot the land- .ape here and there and many new business places a n d resi- dence buildings have sprung up where ones there was naught cotton stalk or the romp. y and her lves--Many things of interest our attention in that but the thought that most in our mind was of a little foresight years back that could to purchase a few acres of that cotton land, which then, served as a cover over luid gold._. : foresight could only as our hind- In 1984 86,0~) deaths occurred in our country due to automobile accidents, and about 1,000,000 persons w e r e In. Jured. T h e total collisions for 1934 are reported as imving reaclmd the high mark of 880,- 000, with an aver- "IN THE LIGNITE C1TY" Three out of four surveys made age of one person for an Interurban line from Dal- injured m every las to Palestine, pass thruugh collision, and one death in every 30 Malakoff. collisions. A b o u t one-halt of these W, M. Riddlesperger, who is accidents occurred attending school at C. I. A. at on week-ends, usu- ally on Saturday Jacksonville, spent the week-end ~nd Sunday. When we examine into here with his parents. tim causes of this wholesale slaughter of human life, we ask, "Who's toDr. J. L. Evams lost a valuable blameT' It is strikingly significant that of the 880,000 collisions, a very mule last Sunday, which he had small number was due to any fault in just purchased the day before. the mechanism of the car. Seldom does the steering apparatus go wrong, County Attorney W. D. Jus- which Is about the only thing ttmt could cause a serious accident except tice, was in Malakoff on business a blown-out tire, which may be due Sunday. not so much to a defect In the tire, as the overtime service which It is forced The case of W. D. Frizzell vs to render. The tragedy of it all is that probably all of these deaths and accio Henderson county for the collec- dents could have been avoided. The tion of back fees as County conditions under which they occurred Treasurer, has been settled in were all under human control. Among the causes are the blinding District Court by agreement for effects of approaching cars carrying the sum of $1,400.44. too brilliant lights. A small amount of consideration for tim other fellow would eliminate this. The refusal of farm vehicles to carry a red light 1~ another cause. If every farmer would! see to it that all his nonmot~-~.cn vehicles ,-,* oa.~vv-,~ .~tl tail light& he would render a very distinct serv. lee to the touring public. Just a lit, fie consideration is all that is needed. Trying to beat a red light is another cause for these accidents. Seldom do 'circumstances demand such risks. Thoughtful consideration for the safe, ty of others would eliminate this haz- ard. Speed, while perilous in itself, is by no means the cause of all accidents; perhaps not the majority of them. Ths public thoroughfare was never intend~ ed for a race track. Evldently~ the enaetmen~. of laws does not prevent he, cldenta. Not more legislation, but more courteous consideration for the safety of other people will go a long way in eliminating this annual slaugh, ter of human life. ~). Western News_paps~ Union. Creation for Spring Off the /ace with :L I~:Inde:ul 1~ Suzy's lalo~t ('rvution for spying. It iS Of browh (']l!fi'[~ll fc]{. facvd wit] nlttt('llil]ff siH lIBd (-Itt'l'ie~; B heir, toned quill. STOP TilAT ITClliNG If you are bothered by the itching of Ath letes Foot, Eczema, heh or Ringworm-- ! PAYNE'S DRUG STORE will sell you a l i jar of Black Hawk Ointment on a guar-I antee to kill the itch. Prlee 50c and $1. ! II Thief Sends Owner Check for Stock He Had Stolen Salem, Oifio.--Jefferson Schawl, slx- ty, has a new faith in huttlan honesty. An unidentified thief recently broke into his home and stole two stock ccr- tilicates, each for I00 simres of stock. Just one week later Sclmw] received a letter from the unidentified thief, who. i~ developed, had ~ ('el|Science. With the letter was a cl|eck for $2,100. The note told Schawl that the writer had s(dd the stock h, an Akr(}ll braker. age firm. But the thief apimrently had succumbed finally to his conscience and had sent the check to the owner. Sun Spots Promise Era of Prosperity San Jose, Calif.--Eleven years of redoubled shining on the part of the sun, bringing al~iln:ll slid veg& t:thle tertlliey and gel|el'~l] l)l'OS perity to the wend. were t(wecast hy l)r. Albert J. Newlin. director of the lticard Memorial Ol)servalory at the University of Santa Clara. Still SpOtS, Doctor Nt, wlitt said. indicated the increased sohir activ it5". Ills obsel'vl|liOl|S were borne out by the o|)]nhn] of l)r. creates Cahhvoll, vice ch~tirzltalt of tile ad- visory cemmlttee or the Anlerlcall Mttseunl of New Y,,rk. a~ If a teaspoordul of molasses or brown sugar Is added to griddle cake batter, the cakes will brown more eas- Ily. a II When it is not la rise, cover your Ironing board with a slip cover, made of gingham or muslin, to keep the )oard covering clean. $ $ Indian meal rubbed over a greasy sink will make the task of cleaning it much easier. ii~ Hens-and-chlcken~, found In seed catalogues under tim name semperirum. hake excellent plants for rock gardenS. stony borders or paths. They maRl- ply rapidly and live out of doors the year around, They first begin to show signs of l!fe abo~t the middle or latter }art eLM.arch. i i i i Apply Va-tro-nol ,.,just a few drops, Va-tro-nol pene- trates deep into the nasal pa.ag~, reduces swollen membranes, clears away clogging mu- cus, brings welcome relief. Two generous s/~ .. 30 and 50#. . , USED IN TIMI HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS I II / ..... II[lll FOtR you who want a quality motor car . . . one than gives exceptional performance and operat. ing economy, yet sells at the world's lowest price for a six.., the outstanding value of the year is the New Standard Chevrolet. It unites quality with economy to a degree never before approached in Chevrolet history. AND UP. Ltst prtoe of New Standard Roadster at Flint, Mich,, $465. With bumpers, epara tire and tlra lo~k, the h~t price is $20.00 additional, Prices sub jest to chanae with- OUt notice. The 1935 New Standard Chevrolet brings you all the following quality advantagest Body by Fisher (with No Draft Ventilation) . . . Improved Master Blue., Fla~ne Engine... Pressure-Stream Oiling... Extra- Rugged X Frame... Weatherproof Cable~Controlled Brake~. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. CHOOSE CHEVROLET ~ Dodd Building NEWEST FOR NOT SLIIVI WOMEN / WHO Wl q'r... M CoN'r OL LASTEX, born to control, constitute~ the entire back skirt most of the Iront this semi- stepin., . a. cl it does a great job[ lace bust is youthful..sot too "up- lifty," not too flat. A cou- ple o[ well p acecl bones in a well placed inner panel keeI: the dis- phraqrn utely flat. AND UP. List price ot Master De Luxe Coupe at Flint, Mich., $560. With bumpers, spare tire end tire lock, the list price is $25.00 additional Prices sub. ject to chan~e without notice, Knee-Aotion optional at $20.00 ~tra. West Side of Square Atimns, Texas Attention to Details.. Particular attention to details is bound to bring recogni- tion from the public; discretion, harmony and experience have been big factors in winning such recognition. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME- Phone 25 MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone 100 FOR "1935 DEALER A DV~IqrlaI~MKNT SET your desires for quality as high as 7ou may ... the new Master De Luxe Chevrolet will gratify them--and add the gracious touch of luxurv. Beautifully styled . . . longer aml larger than last year's Chevrolet.. ; built to the highest standards of quality manufacture . . . ~ ia the aristocrat of low-priced cars. The Master De Luxe Chevrolet is the only ear that brings you all these quality features: Turret-Top Body by Fisher (with No Draft Ventilatima) . . . "Improved Knee-Action Ride . . . Blue-Flame Valve- ln-tlead Engine with Pressure-Stream OkLIng . . . Weatherproof Cable-Controlled Brakel . . . Shock- Proof Steering Compare O~rolet's low delivered prices and ea~y G.M~4.C. terms. A General Motors Val~ FOR QUALITY AT LOW COST i ,, Nalakoff, exas %,,