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t . THE MALAKOFFI NEWit Ii .... ' - :m I ' Odd bu RUE : .r L at the Postoffiee at Malakoff as second class matter.~ II ............ -~::,,-~;~=::,i.~-.,, '.- "' ' -:L ........ :;=.::_~.~ } i of error in advertisement this paperwill not bere-[ .... fl ~or more than the cost of the advertisement, | | ' N,b t" " /" ~ ~ 1/ . . ............. , /'// Supertwist Cord Tires Attend The Piemc IT HAS Been the opinion of thisI f i/I Y e i " e "t throws column for a long time that the Th L gmt C,y , .. . - I west Prices It Hi dnn a in w h r rnca oig right ann wrestling matches .......................... r " - ' ~ _.,~a ...... h~,~ .~ ,h;o ,o..;,,,.. t~ we e not altogether on the level, n'[;%'*hi;"'''., bbenefit'e'in'"ive'ng g andweek,, afterwe areliSteningmore firmlyin on the'l ~, ) S TOP IN BEFORE Y0U START OUT ' benefit of the l~aiakoff Schmelling Sharkey fight last I This picnic con.[ Don t celebrate your 4th of July trip with blowouts. ' gathering is an anna vinced that we are right in our [ ~1 ~tt ~t~t ~t) Nothing wrecks the holiday frame of mind so com- , the occasion to- convictions. If the announcert efforts have been was duly sober and described the[ lil,) l) ftr.t pletely as a struggle by the roadside with a flat forward by the Committees match as it really took place, 4ifrt tire. We'll gladly inspect your tire equipment be. ever before to then we are at a loss to under- forehand. the biggest picnic is to be hoped ,, largest number of peo- ever to attend a cemetery city will be account. time the big has. dinner has been spread The from the occasion daced in the treasury of Association and used to help defray the building an up-to date fence around the new sec- . This is, indeed a worthy and one that should merit of every one, who in way is interested in our "lit city of the dead." In connection with the regular picnic day, all of ~d~dates will be present for : scheduled Round-Up date They have all been invited the day in our city and 1 be given the opportuni- to make his or her public an during t h e day A. L Kirby has been elected chairman for the occasion, and it duty to introduce the the voting public. will commence at A. M..and the candi. il be introduced in order to the magnitude of ~ieh they aspire, with the precinct of- going up day and its activities will |elightful holiday and it opportuni. section to the various candidates. and to settle minds and in each race, would better official They thus. be better vrepared to in the ,on Sttturday, July 23rd to yourself and to community to spend the day dcnic ~rounds. Suits that the temporary the delin. suits in Henderson ' District Judge B. F. been made permanent after due consid- e ease as was brought The case was, a one-sided affair with payin~ the collection County and State unfair to the ~'ounty and we the Judge is perfectly his decision. If the Corn- Court of this county to collect the back taxes force of law, )are a contract that and fair, and one that pproval of the At- General. We a r e not of delin thi~ method to, the county treas. note collecting agency. lld be enriched financially in Better that the tax the hands of it the courts and then pay stand just how Mr. Sharkey be- came the Champion of the World We are for America First, Last and Always, and we were, of course, pulling for the Boston boy, but we. like the great ma- jority of Americans, prefer a square deal and we don't feel as if that was accorded the .boy from Germany. The least they can do is to let them fight again, and next time let it be a finish fight with no opportunity for a crooked decision. CONSIDERABLE Fight is being centered around the race for At torney General in the July pri- mary. The fight is being staged by "Big Business" to down Mr. Allred, who has had the nerve to stand up agains~ them for the rights of the common people-- the masses. We would not ven- ture a prediction as to the out. come of this race, but it ~s our] candid opinion that if the so call. I ed "Big Business" is successful, the common people will lose the best Attorney General they have ever had. TWO Of our good rural subscrib. era paid up their News subscrip. tions last week with vegetables from the family garden. '/his is just like gold to us because we have to spend our money for these same things to eat. The same proposition is open to the rest of you who may be somewhat in ar- rears with your subscription. Read the Adve~NmenZs. FLAGG DRUG COMPA~NY. "Pop, what Is a skyscraper'/" "Enables a New Yorker to see be yond the state line." (~). 19~2. Bell ~;yudjeate.)~-~WNU Service. FOR SALE--Tyt for Remington or Underwood machines. Also Remington por- table r i b b o n s--MALAKOFF NEWS. DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS Ne~ Speneer-Oarroll Building Athens, Texas E. O, DODSON T ANSF and all kinds of hauling Prompt and satisfactory ser i guaranteed. ce I @ $ @ @ 0 The Bayer Cross is not just a trade-mark, but a symbol of safety. That name tells you cannot depress the heart. The tablet stamped Bayer dissolves so quickly you get instant relief from headaches or other pain. NO There is no disagreeable taste or odor to tablets of Bayer manufacture; no harmful quantities of free alicylic acid to upset the stomach; no coarse particles to irritate throat or stomach. 4ram. omu J. A. FOWLER, D. PHYSICIAN and SUR(iEON Office with Weir's Drug Store MAI AKOFF, TEXAS FLAGG DRUG COMPANY. ATENTS AND TRADE-MARKS ' Successful Practice since 1875. Over 25,000 patents obtained for inventors in every section of country. Write for book- let telling how to obtain a patent, with list of clients in your State. New Low Prices--New High Quality Popular sizes at popular prices: 29x4.40 ......... 3.80 28x4.75 .... - .... %.90 29x4.50 ......... .10 28x5.25 ......... 'S Malakoff, Texas TUNE IN ON GOODYEAR RADIO PROGRAM Every Wednesday Evening O Athens, Texas Illll I I Thursday and Friday June 30-July 1st "Week Ends 0nly" with Joan Bennett and Ben Lyon $25 in cash given away each Thursday nighL II I I Saturday, July 2nd--- Ace Outdoor Star TIM McCOY in The Fighting Marshal Come at 9:30 Saturday night and see two shows for 35c, the price of one, I Saturday Night July 2, A New Show at 10:45 Also Matinee Sunday, July ;) "Is My Face Red?" with Ricardo Cortez and Helen Twelvetrees First Show Sunday After. noon 2 p. M, 2nd. 4 o'clock Monday. Tuesday July 4.5, The COHENS AND KELLEYS in "Hollywood" with George Sidney and Charlie Murray a~ Wednesday, July 6-- BARGAIN DAY A Picture from the Heart of Youth New Morals For Old with Lewis Stone. Robert Young and Margaret Perry Ladies' Matinee 10c- Men's Night II THE RAILROAD is the most efficient and the most economical transportation agency the human mind has ever devised. The ability of commercial trucks to operate with vari- ous charges for their services has been because they are not required to carry all kinds and classes of freight. The truck can choose its freight and is privileged to re- ject that which it cannot handle, either because it is not equipped for such heavy service or the rates are too low to be profitable. The railroad CANNOT DISCRIMI- NATE but must accept all freight offered it. In 1930 the shippers of Texas paid the railroads $225,223,142 in freight charges. If the same volume and character of traffic had been carried by trucks it would have cost the shippers, according to the best available data on trucking costs, $900,000,000, or four times as much. What will be the effect on the shippers of Texas if only the traffic which the trucks cannot handle is left to the railroads? If traffic paying the higher rate is taken from the railroads by the trucks, it will be necessary for the raft carriers to increase their rates on the low grade traffic or go out of business. The total transportation bill will be greatly increased. The railroad rate structure is a composite designed for the purpose of enabling the free movement of ALL ARTICLES OF COMMERCE, making it possible to bring even the cheapest commodities into general use and dis- tribution. Were it not for the low rates made available by the railroads on many low grade commodities and raw materials, their distribution and use would be impossible and all commerce and industry would be seriously af- fected. THE RAILROADS CANNOT SUBSIST ON LOW GRADE TRAFFIC ALONE. d ltl GENUINE 710 8th St., Washington, D. C. Lifetime Guaranteed J0x3 1.2 ......... 3.60 30x4.50 ......... .20