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E MALAKOFF NEW8 THE MALAKOFF NEWS PIJBLiSH[O (VERY THUR~d)A i Entered at the Postoflice at Malakoff as second class matter. L. J. SCHOL , EDITOR Subscriution Price $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. I I THE fishing season is now open. .... A new version of the "Mai- den's Prayer", "Oh Lord, I'm not asking a thing for myself, but please send my mother a son-in.law." .... Mr. Mills, rink boss, said the reason he wasn't skating Saturday night was be cause of blistered feet from walk- ing bare.footed on his canvas top which he was treating with a gasoline-paraffin mixture .... Six- y.eight students were placed on the school's honor roll the past six.weeks .... Four wrecks in six days were recorded at the High- way-Terry St. crossing .... A. S. Pennington paying up his News account with Sorghum syrup .... The funniest sight you ever san ....... a bunch of Negros learning to skate. Malakoff will be given this opportunity Tuesday even- ing. Tile Texas Almanac TIIE News, again this year, is indebted to The Dallas News, fm a free copy of the 1933 edition el Texas Ahnanac. In the publica- tion of this periodical, we feel that the News is rendering very great service to Texas, and we hasten to express our appre- ciation for the courtesy. In our opinion the Texas Al- manac is one of the biggest littl books that is published anywhere. It contains a great wealth of in- formation about Texas; her po- litical, economical and civic af- fairs; farming, industries, stock raising, mining, recreation; and a thousand and one things tha are of interest day by day. book is in reality, an "Encyclope- dia of Texas", and at the mea- ger price at which it can be pur- chased, there should be one in the home of every Texan. For Expellinq 3 orms Success To Roosevelt One need not be a member ot President Roosevelt's political party t. admire the quickness and aggressiveness with which he has set his administration to olvingthe major problems ot the day. The handling of the bankin crisis is being rapidly followed by the same sort of decisive" ac. tion on other problems. Toward every issue he has touched, has been exhibited candor and fear. lessness. He is laying perma. neatly at rest the fear that he might pursue an occasionally radical course--his speeches to the American people, with his reiterated stand for sound men. ey, less bureaucracy, decisive cuts in the cost of government, have met the overwhelming ap- proval of the public. And that ap0roval is evidenced in the Con- gress by a disposition to obey the President's every impulse-- as shown by its rapid passage of his emergency and economy measl]res, To wish success for President Roosevelt is simply to wish suc- cess for one's state, one's buM. ne s, one's self. In him is the hope of the American people for recovery and for a great future. His administration has got off to a brilliant start--may there be no wavering during his exist. ence.--Industrial News, YEARS .-.AGO--- "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" Rev. S. W, Edge has been em- ployed as pastor of the Baptist Church for half-time services Alec West is putting down a nice new side walk in front of the W. C. Smith bank building. --o-- Carey Thompson had the mis- fortune Monday of breaking his right arm while playing. ---o-- Porter Jackson (col.) plead guilty Saturday to assault case Oefore Justice R. A. McLain and was fined $16.00. --o---- Last week W. C. Smith and S. J. Riddlesperger shipped a ear of hogs to a buyer at Tyler. In the lot there was one hog that weighed 520 lbs. and another 'hat tipped the scales at 460-1bs. the hogs brought 8c per pound. The News extends congratula- tions to Mr, and Mrs. R. Martin m their 33rd Anniversary I I Ill Cotton Belt Schedule NORTH BOUND Prain No. 104 ......... 1:11 A. M. Prain No. 102 ........ 4:19 P. M. SOUTH BOUND rrain No. 101 ........ 1:00 P. M. ['rain No. 103 ........ 8:20 A. M. CONSTIPATION 5 YEARS TROUBLE ALL fiONE John J, Davis had chronic constipation for six years. By using Adlerika he soon got rid of it, and feels like a. new per person. Adlerika is quick acting --safe.--ROY I. WEIR, Drug gist. (T IS TIME to make your flower beds. Let ue furnish your bed. ding plants as well as your ever- greens and shrubs. Sanders' Floral & Evergreen Company Athens, :.: Texas When In Malak0ff EATAT .... THE ...., Popular priced HOME COOKED MEALS and Ouick Service, too. One Block South of Highway 31 I Odd--But True I I I * I I I . - II I I Malakoff Lodge, No. F. & A. M. meets the Thursday night in each men Visiting members G, E. Matthews, W. J. E. Morrison, See Malakoff Lodge, I. O.O.F. Tuesday night in Odd hal!, W. O. W. building. members always welcome. C. W. Pharo, N. O, I. W. Nolen, Sec'y. REBEKAH Lodge, No. 300 every Monday night at I. O. Hall. Visitors welcome. Mrs. N, O. Woods, N. Ruby Martin, Secy. I'L.AGG DRUG COMPANY. ..--...- -- UNDERTAKER Embalming--Caskets and Ambulance Service Day Phone 100 Jefferson Wasted Many Words in Long Letters Thomas Jefferson was a great let- ter writer. It Is said that he wrote thousands of letters every year. and of course they had to be very formal. People in those days were serious. minded and they did not descend to famlllarltles. Jefferson was hlmself a man of plain habits and tastes, as we know. but ha felt that be had to comply with the fashions in letter writing which the high-hat people of that day set. Here. for instance, observes a writer In Pathfinder Magazine. Is the way he closed one letter: "Repeating to yo~ my sincere sense of your goodness to me, and my wishes to prove It on every occasion, adding my sincere prayer that Heaven may bless you with many years of life and health, 1 pray you to accept here the homage of those sentiments of respect and at- tachment with which ! have the honor to be your most obedient and humble servant." They had no typewriters In those days. All letters, as well as wr|tlnga of every sort. had to be done laborious. ly in long-hand, and wRh quill petal. Try to imagine what people of today would say--especially the younger generation--If they were told they would have to write their letters by hand and model them after the style of Jefferson's time' Has "Temple of Accuracy" Close to the famous chestnuts of BUifliy I~rk. near London. is what they tell the traveler Is Britain's "temple of accuracy." It is not, con. trary tO a wide belief, an old stone mosque or housa of worship but a modern laboratory spread over 50 acres, and in which everything from a clinical thermometer to the Schnei- der trophy ~eaplan~ is scrutlnously tested. ItS gauges measure a ten- thousand4h of an inch. Virtually every mechanical prod$ct the British use finds its way to the "temple of ac- curacy" fern final~wrd of approval Colorlns Copper Various methods of producing a green colorinff on copper or brass, apart from painting or lacquering, are given. To produce on a copper statue a patina-like deposit, brush it over with a very dilute solution of copper nitrate, to which a little common salt ~olutlon has been added. When en. tlrely dry, it is brushed with a fluid composed of 100 parts weak vinegar. five part~ sal ammoniac and one part oxalic acid; repeat after drying. The ~reen-brown color forms in about s week. Fir.t Governor of Vlrg|n;a The first man to actually hold the title of "governor" of Virginia was Lord Delaware. He was appointed by the London company, 'whose charter lasted 18 years. Delaware was ap- pointed in 1609 and was to hold office for life, but he died In 1618. However. Lord Delaware lived in Virginia only months of the nine years he held that office The rest of the time he was represented by a deputy. Turks May Choose Surnames Free-for-all choice of surnames Is provided for the Turks by s decree requiring every one to take a family name. Any name may be chosen pro vlded it Is consistent with Turkish cu~ tom& Sometimes in the past distin- guishing names have been privately adopted, but they were not passed on In the western way. Adv 51ankin News By CORRESPONDENT Mrs, Jno. R. Quinn and little daughter. Lila John and Miss Geneva Smith spent several days visiting Mrs. Quinn's pa- rents Mr. aud Mrs. Shelton at Cross Roads. Mrs. A. Bowman, and Charlie and Miss Euphie Bowman, at tended the commencement ex ercise at Pursley last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Key visited their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Trot- man Saturaay. Their grand-son J. T. has the measles. Jessie Nel Taaffe spent Satur- day in Corsicana with her auntie Miss Floyd King who is nursing in the Navarre Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. C. E Skiles son, Charles Jr. were shopping in Corsicana last Saturday. Mrs. M S. Moore and mother. Mrs. Swearington spent Sunday in Corsicana the guest of Mrs. Moore's daughter, Mrs. Claude Crawley. J, P. Quinn had a severe at- tack of indigestion last Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Smith spent Tuesday with relatiues at Toole they reported considerable damage doue by the hail in that section. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Miller and son, Ralph of Jackson Prai- rm pent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs, A. Bowman and attended Sunday school. Mrs. R. Melear and son, Dan spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Robert Taaffe. E. O. DODSON, and all kinds of haulin Prompt and GUARANTEED! big help to BOWELS DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Office Kilman Tuesday, Wednesday, EACH WEEK -:- HOTEL -:- OU1HLAN NEW -- FIREPROOF Joe M. Hallaman, RATES $1,50 to $3.00 per Every room water, Lavatory, bath or "ITS IN DALLAS" What a joy to have the boweb move like clockwork, every day! It's easy, if you mind these simple rules of a fammm old doctor: 1. Drink a big tumblerful of water before breakfast, and several times a day. 2. Get plenty of outdoor exercise without unduly fatiguing your- self, MALAKOFF INSURANCE GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Office at First National Bank $. Try for a bowel movement at exactly the same hour every day. Everyone's bowels need help at times, but the thing to use !~ Dr. B "Ki Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Youll get utter a thorough cleaning-out, and it won't leave your insides weak and watery. "~ rhi~ family doctor's prescriptionm r~a~d just fresh laxative herbs, pure pepsin, and other helpful ingredients that couldn't hurt a child. But how it Made in Henderson wakes up those lazy bowelsl How good you fed with your system rid of all that poisonous waste matter. Da. W. 6. CALDWI[LL'S ] SYRUP PEPSIN A Doctor' Farnil Laxati I ............................ Why be bothered with insect pests such as flies, mosquitos, mites, lice and numerous others to make life miserable? We have a large stock of Insecticides, sprays and powders that will kill them so they'll stay killed. In business, 'bringing the bacon' depends on the means one uses in ing after it. So if you, Merchant, want to bag "profit bacon" ofa trade--your best bet m: Malakoff, Texas Advertising in The Malakoff - Low Rated II ~Y.