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NEWS ..... PUBLISHED EVER~t~'RIDAY Malakoff second class matter ..... L; L SeaoLI., Em oR Advertising Rates on request. :Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. ii/i! /:i ' . rtisement this paper will not be re- the cost of the advertisement. ...... EAT BUTTER'KIST BREAD "BUTTER.NUT" BREAD From Your Grocer NO FINER TRIBUTE could be paid a candidate than the tre- which gathered on Friday night to . D. Justice speak in of his candidacy for Con- or not Mr. Jus- he will at least of knowing [rester than the ac- in the cons- It was , man would what we can over the district, "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" W. H. Finney sustained pain. ful injuries last Thursday while hauling lumber for t h e new school building. He was nearing the building when one of the front wheels of his wagon ran into a deep rut which caused the wagon to turn over. Mr. Finney better than an Iwas pinned under the load of into thellumber. and for the first five years Header- again be the of the congressman from our diatrict.--A ens Review. Business has entered into the expected seasonal decline that always summer. A in steel ingot production occurred-- one of the best barometers of general. Cotton, lumber, along with other leading basic industries, : curtailment of The Annalist brings up the question as to whether we mild, tempo- or whether un- ,asto the future will to continue an. are over. One I answer to that question another's. How. ever r expected that an. the voting pub- policies is naturatly be lS. ; decisive change so large is con- to come through the NRA. The the Associated Press i t had learned. source close to the Administration, that t h e NRA was to receive a thorough That report has in cases of htakind, unless a denial is forthcoming, it may granted that the ru. mot is strongly founded. Main change in the NRA will Last Thursday Elmer Roberts caught a catfish weighing 45 pounds. This is not a story either. permit business under federal an- Doing t h i s would criticisms sizable part of that it now bureaucracy kind. J. A. FOWLER, M. De PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in SkiMs Building MALAKOFF, TEXAS DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Office Kilman Hospital Building Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday EACH WEEK D. B. OWEN, M.D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in McDonald Bldg. M ALAKOFF. TEXAS II | loss is estimated at $250 with no insurance. - Albert the 4 months old son of Ab Brown of Blackfoot, Ander- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ferguson son county fell dead in front of the Woodman Hall here Monday afternoon. The inquest develop. ed that he died from natural causes. Two prohibition elections have been Called for September 2nd. onefor Henderson county and the other for the city of Athens. Fire, presumably eaused from combustion of new hay, destroy- ed the Lee Riddlesperger barn shortly after noon Tuesday. The died Saturday night of summer complaint. Dr. W. W. Beach and family, a highly recommended physician from Q,iannah is now located in Malakoff, Ends Aching Sore Muscles lFor lmltt Is~sqr, cwktter tel~l, uN ~llet'd's Sdow Linim~t which coatiinJ sct/~ ingredlem8 m siye more than to~l action. thus brtnaina surge of w~mld blood m scatter congoleses end mote quickly awe}, the pein from aching mu~ta, ~. ttrstno, begkacho mad l~beso. ]E~U~rdVe Snow IAnim~t. 30c and ~60. PAYNE'S DRUG STORE IJ J I West Side of the Square. Athens, Texas [ I I ] I I | J , ! | i . J When you ~ ou~r [ I'I'ESlr SI'Y [! i [ you will surely want to sew and / make cnc of these smart j MER DRESSES. I SIMPLICITY i c PATTERNS ev OUASANI|IO' PIRPJ~CT L~ I [ l llllll i ~ IIII I I ..... i -.. I I, I I ...... I I i , a great deal ol NRA's future pronouncement is President, -- Indus- FROM food growing to food gathering is the - natural method of accumulation of supplies for the chill and austre winter season when m ither' planting nor harvesting is possible. ROti@ ANn from money making to mo.ey saving is bu; a step along the Road of Progress. With- out the accumulation of money m bank human le pe ve pg0fress is an impossible thinf."- ~!t~HON. Di~olve it water, add th~ jules of 4 a day is all it costs. H can ~ your money H[~ d axutranl ted i glr~ w~/l get --=" ' ' NATIONAL' ansfei uling Malakoff, Texas i ................ *I Merrie England Lives in in New Fair Metric England of the sixteenth ten. tury will come to lift on the "Street of Foreign Villages," a new feature of the new Chicago World's Fair which opens May 2, Many buildings famous in poetry and i~*roas will be reproduced In this and the fourteen other foreign village8 now under sen. atrucUon. Visitors to ths new Fair may acompllah a world tour by strolling through these charming and authentic reproductions of old Europe. There will be 84 miles of free exhibits, all new and startling. Music, dancing and fireworks will be daily features in ad- dit|~n to exhibits of now scientific de. velopment. All coat will De kept v~r low. The average visitor last summee spent only $1.17 par day, iaelde the grounds. Week-end trips offer Inex. pensive and enjoyable excursions for people living within a few hundred mile= of Chicago to be made by t~ln or auto. Naming of Planets After Gods Dates Back 400 B. C. The custom of naming the planets after the names of gods dates back to at least 400 years before Christ. The planet Mars. for instance, Is named after the Roman god of war: Jupiter, after the Roman god of rain and sky ; sad Neptune, after the Roman god of the salt water Saturn Is named after the Roman god of agriculture. The great festival of Saturn. a five- day holiday, took place In mid-Decem. bet of each year. and was calle$ Saturnalia. At thla festival masters and slaves made merry on equal foot. !rig, and with unrestrnlned Jollity and abandon, q'ids word. Saturnalia. has come down to us through 2,000 years of time, and today is used to slgNfy a feast of wild and uncontrolled rev- elry, in modern American slang, "whoopee." Astronomically, Saturn is a nmJes- tic and fascinating denizen of the skies, without any of the fearful attributes with which astrology charges tt. Its distance from the sun varies he- tween 861.000.000 and 911.O00.nO0 miles. In point of distance from the sun. tt Is the sixth planet; the five planets nearer the =us being, in the order of their position: Mercury, Venus, the Earth. Mars and Jupiter. The Martelio Tower The name Mart.ells Is supposed to be derived from that of a fort on Cape Mortella Corsica. which was captured In 1794 by a British naval force after having put up a very gallant fight against n combined sea and land at- tack. Thla Incident led to a firm he. leer In the strength nf such towers, and resulted in their erection along the shores of England. especially In the South and East. says the MonG"eal Herald, Each one consists of a small circular tower of solid n~hsonry, .two stories high and contal~ng vaulted rooms. In the lower part stores were kept; the epper portion was Intended for troops, and the whole building {vas used as a means of defenSe. It was often surrounded hy s dlfch, and the only way of access was by a ladder which connected wlth a door about 20 feet above the ground. There was us- ually a small platform at the top with au~elent room for two or three guns to fire over the surroundlng parapet. The chief defect the towers had was against vertical fire, so quite obvious- ly they would be of little nee today against aircraft. turn m norm~,l action. Get your bottle of Hwbtne from drus~sm. PAYNE'S DRUG STORE IIII ill _ I ( THERE'S One sure way to get the f_acts about refrigerator performance. And that s to ask the woman who owns the refrigerator. She hasn't anything to sell and you can depend on her for a straight-from-the:shoulder answer. Find out if hers has the power to deliver safe refrigeration these torrid days.., if it makes any noise.., about repairs . . . its operating cost.., its conveniences. And if she's a GAS Refrigerator owner you'll find that she enjoys safe refrigeration for a remarkably low operating cost, the comfort of permanent silence, and the assurance that parts that do not move cannot wear. Buy safe refrigeration plus LOWEST RUNNING COST Gas is the most economical fuel--and Ele~trolux uses very little. That's why it operates for about 25 a week ! FREEDOM FROM REPAIRS Parts that do not move cannot wear. That's the reason why Electrolux will give years of service free from expensive repairs. PERMANENT SILENCE Electrolux is ~ilent, and permanently so I For it is uses NO the moving parts in s re- - ~j frigerator that cause seine, But Eleetrolux hu mme l . . and that's E/ectrol.x/ Comm-uni~~Natural Gas Ca Read the THE GREATER Athens, Texas I III TODAY! Life of With Ann Harding and John Boles Admission 10c and 25c Saturday, July 21-- KEN MAYNARD in Saturday Night 10:45 Sunday Matinee, July 22-- A New Show! Come at 9:30 Saturda) night and see two shows for one admission Monday and Tuesday, July 23-24 ZASU PITTS in And Like It With Edward Everett HoP ton, Nat Pendleton and Ned Sparks a Wednesday, July 25th. Are All Women Alike When Love Calls? Sisters Under The Skin With ELISSA LANDI Admission 10e to everyone taking up a seat. i i FOR Cut Flowers, Funeral De- signs, Bride's Boquets, or any thing in Flowers. Call 178. Sanders I Ioral and Ever 'reen Company Athens, :-: Texas I | I Bob Johnson's ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Expert Shoe and Harness Repair Satisfaction Guaranteed DR. JOE B. WILLIAMS Speeializingin Fitting SOFT-LITE LENSES. You See Longer Without Strain. Glasses in a new up-to-the minute Frame at one-half regular price. OFFICE IN MALAKOFF EVERY MONDAY~.. At Main Hotel DR L-He BURTIS DENTIST i X-RAY DIAGNOSIS I Spencer-Carroll Building i Athens. Texas J J. A. BALLARD UNDERTAKER Embalming--Caskets Hears# and Ambulance Service Day Nitl We | I