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-.4 'I'14 E M ALAKOFF NEW8 MALAKOFF NEWS CitYAt Light Seymour, Plant Tex. If, ...... ] , Scenes of 1776 at New Fair cl ss matteL ' To Be Foreclosed t$1.OOa Year ....... Advertising Rates on request, electricC!sure on themunle]pallyownedlight want or the ity or ' ' i ': :i xds of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate, Seymour, Texas, is sought in a ~{:: i: " error~--'~ suitln advertisement this will not be re- 2^filed inthe District Court ~l ~I ~i" G~ el paper M sc ............ .. l!bM fog_ more than the cost of the advertisement ............ eeotanee uorporauon ot unlca o, ' ....... Sale of Women's [ Sale of L- ..... +SOlDer ottne mor~rag . rota In. } _L __ _ Ibebtednessof$142,41907isclaim i = :i i'" ! WHITE FooTWEAR [ SILK DRESSES ~m~-~Ji~ L. , ed in the petition, includin, prin- + ! 69+a ! 79 6 81 -_ _: i . + nd 219 ! to i Plaintiff s original petition al- + t ' _ ...... leges that the plant was built by i , _ I for pets and no pleasant things Fairbanks Morse& Co in 1929, Tailored & Lace-Trimmed i 40-in. Printed !It un, i the Town ! ,or ch,dre, to do Per mi,i!ons at a tota, contract price of $125,- BRASSIERES I SILK CREPE [ of them, the streets are their 479 in sevent" -two in- ' ] plaYgrund' It is difficult t rear stallments with interest at 6 per " 19C I 6,9,C TL e lar edelegation attending them with a sense of responsi, cent; that in December. 1930, ~, ' t ++sties Rally at Athens Frl- bility. With the electric or gas ..,he. it, ...... ;d nrin-inol o-d I da,,veningwou|dindicate that stove, chemical refrigeration. ~=,".~,'::~':.~':,v.~i.~..v~199~"~ "by ~~:::~~ I~ White I Speeial---81x90 Bleached IMgnite Citytoo, is m steam heat, milk coming In a .itt n rr rnent SEERSUCKERS ! SHEETS v " il ........................... Sup rtof a fa orite son .... W 1 sterilized bottle laid at the door, ai. anks Morse2. Co Fort of Route l contributed tO the newsoaper delivered, there . . .....' +:' l+@}'d., I th+',:li+'-'swelfa'-eo'-e-+a- last ..... me repayment +erms were +o0, +is+ + + 79c w+ + . u + is a grea+ peal you can pro-, . nhm+n,]ont to this a ree + Jfi + w l: with a generous helping of vide in the way of errands and "_'="_'+ "-" " ..... .+. ............ ,.+..:|. t as ,tomat sa " bba e - - - +" +:+ Sale of +corn naca g regular work for boys and girlslf o r a valuable consideration, I Specia! In fi etifhe'dincluded a littletea in the city Mass living I ives .... .....u ........... at... Colonial maidens, walking in the I be seen by the visitor to the Colonial Children's ANKLETS shadow of Old North Church, are one [ village of the new World's Fair In ,rids small l+mnk price, he would the nation the poorest children it of the many quaint pictures that may , Chicago. " WHITE LOWS I have furnished our entire noon+ gets The ones who come from, .. 59 ! 16't daymeal for that" day, In as the smaller communities seem tolUT+ the $36.300 that has become ,', -,'."+ '- C pr. roWoO;dt [ o: Men's Athletic I Spec'al.--Men's , g wheny u arguetha ch'l. ha i "I|tl " - o ..._ ._ I SHIRTS I , 0RTS : + s pa d only $13,100, leavmg a Saturday tn pairs. There were dren in our smaller towns and[holo. o.,f -o-, due ana + ....................... West Athens,+ ! '~0 + I '~, County Cle kand two for County the opportunities of those in the the contract, petitioner has the Side of the.Square, exas Superintendent .... L. A. Robert. cities. There in itself is all the legal right to declare the entire - "j' Men's Scout Last i Sale of Men's imtlngherefromGatesvll!e reason,youneed forbeing satis-indebtedness due and payable I WORK SHOES [ SPORT SHOES stops ntopayupnlsz ews sup-fiedtolive outside a big city. iandthatit now exercises thatll S? 9 i 289, aeription. He said he is al-The speaker said it is better hinc, fop fi .i h dc, m nt , . ................... , ......... w Sav is a tribute to rural and small [suit and foreclosure of its lien State-Wide town life that should be kept In i Need " , " I upcn the plant and its revenues, with e smart Wnder if it has ever ccurred mind when the desire t 'mve 13 - " " " I -- +++o++++o+o~o+e~+ ++0~,0-,~ ~.~.,+.+..~. i. i : i i ~ I is a powerful argument to use on the quickest methods Of securm ": ....... l From Man.. False Ste-s t ) ,, .... ,, tl ose wno try tO tell yOU that ~ " I farm retjef woulO be through ....... I Mother nature, for our preservation greater a,teGL~On to our seconda- your ooy anl:l girl woui.(l nave and eafety, has hedged the trail from ~ C r 4 P A N Y. J ry, or side-roads+ A lot of money greater opportunities in the city. the cradle to the grave with pain. Psln + I I _ bah spent in recent "ears ......... m beneficent because it stands guard y ..... over our llve to protect us from pen- East Side of the Square Athens, Texas on main-traveled roads. Today .... titles of broken natural laws. Were We'vtm a rwf+ttv f,l, System R.! Y E Al~k~ it not for pain. observes a writer In ------r ................... the New ~'ork World-Telegram, few hundreds of farm fami- .--AGO-.- ,,lldreo wou,0 ,ow up w,th .,, their these main relief. County can with money at hand, but in the is mighty little. lm.7+ ded-is a state-wide bring the side- [armers closer to market umer closer to his If money can be found it certainly ought the others. They be paved; in most need widening. they do need to be surfacet to the point where they can traversed quickly and economi- de year round. It't iob, but if tackled as proposition we can done. And the sooner our considers it the bet- ter. Cities and Towns We want every father and around Malakoff to listen a short "IN THE LIGNITE C1TY" i Judge R. D. Thompson o f Greenville, who is here on a visit with his brother, went to Cayuga Wednesday in company with his brother. Gee, B., to spend a few hours at the scene of their early ooyhood and to put in some good words for candidate for Governor Tom Ball. The rain proposition over this way is beginning to look very serious. Gardens a r e almost roasted, corn has about gone the limit and cotton is looking thirs- ty. Congressman James Youn suffered a fainting spell while attempting to speak at the Wof. ford picnic Thursday. He was soon revived. lingers. The Canada thistle beside the eowpath keeps the barefoot boy Inside the straight and narrow way as he drives the cows down at night. Prick. era on blackberry bushes remind us that we cannot thoughtlessly gather the fruits of earth. Strong teeth on the smilax vine resist evil doers that though the Jungle offers sanctuary It Is not to be recelvcd without due re. spect. The fear of pain Is the well- spring of sagacity forethought, care- ful ll~lng. Eating green apples In Eden caused distresses that have come down the ages and made millions of men and women eaters of legitimately ripened fruit. In the quick pain that follows the breaking of natural law probably lles the root of conscience, that unwritten ~code wlthln each hu- man breast upon which civilization. trade, government, banking and a thousand other human Institutions are founded. The rights of others and the obligation to observe them are en- forced by the poison ivy beside the awlmmlng hole. the warning of the rat- tlesnake and the pale ef neutraUt about the hornet's nest. Retail the A+tvert~t~en11~L i I I ii address by See. of we have of our and brick to fight no room FROM food frowing to food gathering is the natural method of accumulation of,supplies for the chili and austre winter season when neither planting nor harvesting" is possible, w~ relief AND from money making" to money saving is but a step along' tile Road of Progress. With- out tim accumulation of money in bank human p egress is an impossible thinf. THE MARVELOUS NEW !1 J GOOD1 Look What You Get--No Extra Cost: 43% More Miles of real non-skid safety... Flatter Wider Tread . . . More Center Traction (16% more non-skid blocks) . . . Heavier Tougher Tread (average of 2 lbs. more rubber) . . . Supertwist Cord Body (support~ heavier tread rarely) We've never seen the equal of it--the way car owners have flocked in, looked, listened, bought new G-3's these last ten weeks--and tt's the same everywhere we hear. What's more, people who got G-3's months before the public announcement, report it's better than claimed ! They cite mileage records to prove they're getting better than the 43% more non-skid mileage averaged by Good- year's test fleet. Buy no tires until you let us show you this wonderful new Goodyear All- Weather which gives so much more safety and service without costing you a cent extra ! Sure, we have Goodyears at ALL Prices! Because Goodyears are the largest selling tires, you get more for your money no matter what you pay. f Tremendous welcome--huge sales--follow announcement of sensational new Goodyear tire--keeps us and factory on jump--Users say "43% more non-skid mileage" under- states It. AL rilE Money. Savers ! GOODYEAR TIRE GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY Built with Supertwlst +Cord . . . Center.trac. tiont tough thl( k tread]l Other sizes in proper. ties expertly mounted on wheels Prieez sub]~ ~ hanite ~ighout no~i~e and 1o an~, Slale sales tax. Authorized Dealers or Malakoff, Texas i : ! Malakoff, Texas Gasoline and 0ils " I IIIll I I_ __