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i i ~i i~ THE MALAKOFF NEWS :' ,i/! wn E MALAKOFF NEWS PUBLISHEi} EVERY THURSOAY the Postoffice at Malakoff as second class matter. L. J. SCHOLI, JR, EDITOR Pric $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. tn eof error in advertisement this paper will not be re- more than the cost of the adverti s ment. S. J. R. No. 7 Proposing A Constitutional Amendment To Be Voted On November 4, 1930 Be it resolved by the Legisla" Sure of the State of Texas. Section 1. That Section 11 of Article VII of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amend- ed so as to read as f011ows: Section 11. In order to ena- ble the I gislature to perform the duties set forth in the fore. going section, it is hereby de- clared all lands and other prop- erty heretofore set apart and ap- II II Ill I Illl Ill I [ I I Announcomonts For District Attorney: " T. B. (ireenwood, Jr. ~Jr Representative: W. E. Phillips For County Judge: A. B. Cokcr (re-election) Business Good the general business condition over the country is con- propriated for the establishment For County Clerk; to be bad The Lignite City is steadily moving forward and maintenance of the Univer- present time enjoying real prosperity as compared sity of Texas, together with all other towns this size and many even larger. The construe, the proceeds of sales of the of mine No. 4 of the Malakoff Fuel Co. north of Oakland same, heretofore made or here- furnished employment for quite a number of idle men. The after to be made. and all grants, plans to start work on mine No. 5 within the very donations and appropriations future which will serve to keep these men employed for that may hereafter be made by For Tax Assessor: time to come. The buildi, of the new power unit the State of Texas, or from any truction Company at Trinidad is ale0 serving other source, shall constitute ........... and become a permanent Univer- ~.~.~'~ sity fund. And the same as BIBLE QUESTIONS Here are some Bi,ble questions. Can you answer them? Let the whole family try them before you look on page 3 of this issue where you will find the answers and references, We suggest that you get out your Bible, dust it off, and read the connections referred to in thh answess. 36. What relation was Ruth to David? 37. How did Eli die? 38. Was Joseph buried right after his death ? 39 What were the names of the precious stones in Aaron's breast plate? 40. What did the Jews always do just before eating? Malakoff Lodge, 885. I. O. O. F. meets every "Puesday night in Odd Fellow's hall, W. O. W. building. Visiting members always welcome. J. M. Sudduth. N. G. E. E. Roberts, Secy. - = Thursday night in each month. Visiting members welcome. J. A. Moore, W. M. Wayne Evans, Secy. For Tax Collector: R. F, Holland, (re election) Will A. Wofford D. E(iriffin Dolph B. Tillison Jeffie L. Noble Jim flogg Reynolds John W. Wood, (re election) R. L (Bob) Tanner S. A. [Alton] Carroll realized and received into the Clint Davis Treasury of the State (together For Sheriff: with such sums belonging to theJ. ll. [Jim] Coleman fund, as may now be in the Horace itoiloway Treasury), shall be invested inLee Thomas bonds of the United States, the State of Texas, or counties of For Justice of Peace, Precinct 8; R. A. McLain, (re-election) Gee. B. Thompson For Constable, Precinct 8 A. W. Leopard (re.eletion) N. O. Woods For Commissioner, Precinct 2: R. N. (Bob) Johnson D. B, (Boone) Reynolds W. L. Barnett, (re-election) R. E. Skile For Public Weigher, Precinct 8. Jesse R0berts0n (re-election) Jim Dud Johnson II [ III said State, or in school bonds of municipalities, or in bonds of any city or this State, or in ob- ligations and pledges issued by the Board of Regents of the University of Texas, or secured by such obligations and pledges, for the construction dormito- ries and other-buildings for the use of the Uniyersity of Texas, or in bonds issued under and by virtue of the Federal Farm Loan Act approved by the President of the United States, July 17, 1916, and amendments thereto. and the interest accruing there- on shall be subject to appropria- tionby the Legisht ure to ac- complish the purpose declared in the ioregoing section; provid. ed, that the one,tenth of the al- ternate sections of the lands granted to railroads, reserved by the State, which were set apart and appropriated to the establishment of the University of Texas, by an Act of the to a vote of the qualified elector~ of this State, at an election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1930. (A correct copy.) JANE Y. McCALLUM . Secretary of State. Leg- G 89-530=300 islatureof February 11, 1858, @Malakoff Lodge, No. 759, A entitled, "An Act to establish F. & A. M. meets the 2nd. 'the University of Texas', shall REBEKAH Lodge, No. 300 eets every Monday night at I. O. O. F. Hall. Visitors welcome. Celia Matthews, N. G. Irene Patton, Secy. Good Lumber for a not be included in, or constitute a part of, the University fund." Sec. 2 Said proposed amend meat shall be voted on by the electors of this State qualified to vote on constitutional amend- ments at an election to be held throughout the State on the first Tuesday after first" Monday in November, 1980. (A correct copy.) JANE Y. McCALLUM, Secretary of State. G.89.530-300 HOME Remember this; how well your new home is built how long it will last depends up on the lumber you put into it, As important as the right plans and true car- pentry is GOOD lumber. We furnish estimates at no charge on what GOOD lumber will cost y o u- whether it is for a fence or an apartment house. S. J. R. No. 2 Proposing A Constitutional Amendment To Be'Voted 0n November 4,J930 Be It Resolved by the Legisla- ture of the State of Texas, that Art 5 of the Constitution of Tax as shall be amended by adding a new section to be known as Sec- tion 3a, to read as follows: "Section 3a, The Supreme Court may sit at any time during the Year at the seat of govern- ment for the transaction of busi- ness and each term thereof shall begin and end with each calen- dar year.' ' Section 2. That Section 3 of Art. 5 of the Oonstitution of Tax as shall be amended by repeal ing the sentence of said section 'which reads: "The Supreme Court shall sit for the transac tionofbusineas from the first Monday of October in each year until the last Saturday in June of thenext year, lnc}usive, at the Capitol of the State." Section 3. If the Constitution shall not have been previously amended so as to provide that Supreme Court shall be open tt alltimes, then, in that event supporting the city dur- this so.called period of de- sion. Yet, with all of this of our own business men determined to sit around and 'aehe" about times being hard of taking advantage of of selling Main- the world, inducing facto- and other business concerns here and the many, things that will make r our prosperity as it is leave the other towns that stricken, to worry price of cotton in the Help Yourself PATRONIZING home enterprises ,rgest thin toward com building. It takes money the wheels go 'round t is the attitude of our own this respect that the speed of theI If we are content tel in other towns, things that well be here, then we necessa- our speed and Mala. fails to get ahead as it should. in regards to entertain- ; features. Recently some of progressive citizens have to considerable expense in of an up-to-date ,ourse-others have ided for you a modern swim- thing have not but compare most with those of much towns and The Lignite should be proud of them. only by the patronage of will these things iu our city. Some features enough their support towards while others be- and when they partaking of instead of help- own community, they their cars and journey city to spend their This is certainly no way grow and the val- our property will not be en- methods. Spend change wlth your it will, in time, circulate its tO yOU. IT OR NOT was consider. for a farm hand six years ago. than 300,000 acres of devoted to golf in the English are the world's The Amer- most coffee. ' a million one dollar bills out each day, MALAKOFF among the production 931 tons val. @ @ CANDIDATE FOR Lieutenant E. O. DO DSON TRANSFER gg and all kinds of hauling Prompt and tatltfactory sat vice guaranteed. . I .[ I. H .... 1 ~ I FIRST PLANK IN PLATFORM II FOR Precinct No 2 I favor a safer system of. securin9 deposits in Banks. as these hmds rep- resent the incomes of communities and individuals, and in many instances their life's savings. Instead of Banks scurin0 their de- posits with their own assets, as they ,my now do. they should be required o invest the public funds in approved :ecurities. and an additional ample '~ond to protect the private deposits. Going Away this Summer? New Clothes for Cleaning Costs! /, Vacation. unless you're roughing it means a lot of clothes. But you don't need new ones. We'll clean 'our clothes so perfectly they'll look like ne . Moderate Prices! i Fast Service! The Bankers of Texas, wisely or mwtsely, have for a number of ./ears xdopted a plan to pay $5,000.00 cash Ph O n e 9 or outside dead Bank I~obbers. and hey declared at their state meettn.q at ort Worth on May 14th that it has ,ad a wholesome effect. i Within the last few years more FOR SALE--Ata liberal discount tmercial College at Tyler, hun two hundred Banks in Texas ! rove "'busted" from the inside, and a Sch01apship in the Tyler Corn [,The NEWS. housands of Texas depositors and I chool districts have lost millions of iollars, rendering many widows and rphans penniless. Why not pass a law offering a re- card of $5,000.00 cash for the arrest nd conviction of each inside Bank 'efaulter? Three ~ears the Bankers' $5,000.00 ~ward has been in effect, and three mtside Bank Robbers have been killed .rod paid for. Within the same period of time scores of Banks have "busted" from the inside. Why discrinfinate ~tween the "tats" and the "outs?" Reared on a farm, I know from experience something of the agricul- :urM interest of the state and of the difficulties of those who toil. Salutary laws should be enacted to oster and encourage these two 0teat industries--Agriculture and Labor. ' , , I , "" i: Read the Advert~mments. Among our many Bargains in Used Cars we havre selected the two cars for this week's sale only. These two cars are to be sold at the prices given below and we assure you/,hey are marked far below our cost. If you are interested in good transportation at a low price inspect our "Bargains in Used Cars." Forty good cars at various makes and kinds, and priced to tell. 1929 CHEVROLET COACH In A I condition---Good tires. Special Sale at only II I I I 1928 CHEVROLET COUPE Good tires=-good paint and in good mechanical condition. Special price II I I I ...... We have one STAR roadster in stock and offer tame for the very small price of ... 1929 Model A Roadster, new paint job, good tires and good mechanically for .... Visit our Used Car Department. Y Athens, Texas W. E. PHILLIPS REAL ESTATE Public Stenographer and Notary Public in Office Office over Flung Drug Store Malakoff, TLxas --goes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated. 6ire us your Banking" Business. We will show you by the Way we take, care of it how muck we abpreciate it. "'' ' ,~ I II'l JL Texas" I