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THE MALAKOPF NEWB ................ iv[,, NEWS ~,..-~_ t ~ i j T i ul Entered at the Postoffice at Malakoff as second class matter. t i ,, [a. J. SCHOLL, RDITOR $1.00 aYear Advertising Rates on request, is of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. c se of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- for more than the cost of the advertisement, inS.loner's Race Saturday, August 27th, curtain on the pri. Democratic party 1932. and as the : are made in the ballot occasion is equivalent to this Democratic state, us to examine our choose those for the Qext two years, are :re us in public office." The this pre- en our opinion, is of the ce to the citi- zenship of this section and it is our bosiness, if possible, to bring :leetion of the one that tuard our interests ere is little chance of mistake in as much us candidates are goodmen and in our opinion, " either will make a good official, we are convinced that the south- It is to be expected that the north end will rally for their candidate and the only way that the south side may be successful is for the boxes at Malakoff and Trinidad to vote together. This opportu- nity is presented to these boxes in the candidacy of Mr Johnson. The vote will be close, as 'it is, but if the south end will go solid for their candidate, there will be little chance of defeat. IT IS Just a matter of a few days until the Lacy Construction Company and their crew of road workers will arrive in Malakoff to build the new highway from Trinidad to Wofford and most of them will be looking for board and rooms here in order to be near their work, As a courtesy to both the new comers and to local,people having such accomo. dations to let, the News will er.n portion of the precinct should gladly list what you have and lean toward Mr. Johnson, by rea- will seek to place as many of the men and their familier as posse- of the fact that heis our own and it is just reasons- suppose that our interest best be served in his else- Bob Johnson have ..u for l good many years and have every reason to believe, if the v rs of this precinct see fit to elect him to the office to which that he will fuilfl appertaining to his office from a strictly business ; and in a manner of all be proud. We recommend him to our friends readers because we have m to be an honorable, and four- Right in its every the courage of we firmly be he will protect interests, not only of the pre represents; but of 'as well, is a .product of for many years made his home in this tity. He is held In the esteem by all who know popularity might be by the huge vote with carried his home box in primary, Aside from ations and his popu- is a world war veteran. ed his position in Dan itore in the Winter of pined the United States of which department he 16 months, 10 of which n the high seas, He was m honorable discharge in with a stainless record. f elected, Mr. Johnson promis- that he will do everything bin his power to recover every Bible dollar, that thusfar has b, n lost in the closing of the A lens National Bank This is ot ,ital importance to Henderson i unty, as a whole and should be seriously considered by the vot- ing public of this precinct. He fully realizes, too, that imgaedi- ateaction is of absolute necessity For the past twelve years the residence o[ our Commissioners has been in the north end of the vrecinet, notwithstanding the fact Malakoff is in possession of largest voting box. Somehow these commissioners to split up the and Trine dad boxes, and by holding the in the north end almost sol" it has been impossible to southern It to assert and ble. Usually when workers like this come to Malakoff to seek places to stay, they come first to the newspaper man, Already we have had applications from two parties desiring rooms for light housekeeping, but thus far we have been unableto locate such accomodations. If Malakoff peo- ple will get in touch with the editor immediately and list what accomodations that they might have, we feel that we can he of service to both parties, There will, of course, be no charge for this service. Current Comment From Washington Judging by the way in which the B. E. F. is being broken up, kicked out and Prodded from town to town, both political par- ties missed the chance of secur- ing a good sized sheaf of votes by failing to insert into their plat- forms tL plank definitely dispos. ing of the matter by providing that members of the bonus army could be shot on sight, ---a-- Two North Carolina rattlers let a bady play with them and did not conduct themselves as might have been expocted nder the circumstances. The mother of the infant saved them from the destroyer, and kept them as pets. It is a strange whim, but who can deny that here is a person not devoid of gratitude iPhuman w h o picks up the preseut day map of Europe, with the map of his scho61 days in mind, is forced to the conclusion thaL something has happened ov or there. There must have been a corresponding upheaval in this country, not noted in the press Twenty-seven states are said to be safe for Mr Hoover, twenty- four for Mr. Roosevelt, and sigh. teen doubtful. " DRJ. H.B URTIS DENTIST X.RAY DIAGNOSIS >le Spencer-Carroll Building Athens, Texas I The Family Next Door There's Always A Joy Killer I i CAH'T f.too, f I $1 ii f OPEN' t.! NOW OR N :VER] TICK foreve'r, took forever, Tick forever, took. Tick forever, now or never, Forever goes the clock. Age Is passing, babes a-bornin~ Day, and dark, and light, Today, tonight, tomorrow morning, And then tomorrow night. Time ls ticking out a minute, Minutes making hours, Hours a day, and each within It Has its thorns and flow'rs. Days and weeks and months and sea. Sons Make at last a year. Years a life. while learning reasons And faith Is firm and clear, Where we end It, when begin ltt Long we live, or how. l.ife is minute after minute, And that minute now. Tick forever, rock forever, Tick forever, toclf. Tick forever, now ~r never, Forever goes the#clock. ls z. Do2 l @Malakoff Lodge, No 759 F. & A M. meets the Thursday night in each month. Visiting members welcome. G. E. Matthews, W. J. E, Morrison. Secy. Malakoff Lodge, I. O. O. F. meet eve Tuesday night in Odd Fellow'S. hall, W. O, W. building. members always welcome. R. N Johnson, N. O, I. W.!Nolen, Sec'y. REBEKAH l d e, .No. every Monday nieht at I. O. Hall. V[sitors welcome. Edna Allen, N. G. Arzella Vandagriff, Secy. Cotton Belt Schedule I iiead the A~lvere.tsemlal~l. ] NORTH BOUND ! Train No 104 ...... 12:43 A. E. O. DO DSON TRANSFER all kinds of hauling Prompt and satisfactory ser vice guaranteed. J. A. FOWLER, D. PHYSICIAN and SURfiEON Ofti with Weir's Drug Store MA! AKOFF, TEXAS Train No. 102 ........ 4:06 P. SOUTII BOUND Train No. 101 ...... 12:46 P. Train No. 103 ...... S:20 A. EAT Butter-Kist Bread Made in Henderson Coutity i P0iltlaal il ' "" : Win Trips to Guild Convention unsemen.ts i1 Democratic primary July 23,1932 For Representative, 54th District J. H. Towery, Ire-election] For County Judge: John W. Ballow For District Clerk: Mrs. Kate fiauntt) Nowlin Walter Dean For District Attorney: Ben (ireeflwo0d (re-election) For Sheriff: Jess Sweeten CHESTER MEYER JACK NORMAN .. That's what we'are. We take the:shabbiest, most forlorn.looking clothes, subject them to a few scientific treatments, and dismiss them., rt- juvenated. Our eonsistant care of clothes makes for an unusual longevity. Let us clean and press your wardrobe into perfect health. Maguire's Dry Cleaning Aa whiners of highest state honors for preseilting tim four internat,onal ALAKOFF for Texas ill the $75.000 (:ouch- uwards, each consisting of a four-year M " butldimz competition of the Fisher university scholarship worlh $5,000. Body Crafisinall's (tuild, ,lack Nor- Aniolig the guests of honor at, the " man and Chester Meyer, of Sal'l conventioll will be the leading scien- Antonio, will leave this week for tilh* educators of the United States Detroit. where they will attend the and Canada. including such men as For County Clerk: -,ccond annual convention "of the f)r. H, A, iX~illikan of the California (tuitd, Aug. 22 to 25 ir)(.lusive, Institute of Technology, Dr. Karl T. O01ph B. Tillison (re.election) .!,'ellow-delegates to the eoiivention ('Oral)ton. president of the Muses- will consist, of two similar xvhlltorY chusctt~ Insiituto of Technology, ' fro~il each of the other states, the slid ~I. Augustin Frigort of the For County Treasurer: District of Columbia, and each of the :even Canadian districts of the Chdht, Vniversity of R'Iontrea|. Dan Beard, O. I. Cartlidge ,,r,o ,>o,,, earned ,ho t,,, co,,' Fa, i,e, o, t,,o "o, oouls." .rid We Carry Rent Clubs. StFaC?il]g~ tim finest Napoteoni,- coach John StAles, head of the Canadian Fe J. A. Murchison _aodels in the state, and their models Boy Scout organization, algo will Reasonable fireen es. For Tax Collector: I ..... I F D.C./rail ] t?ps H.a 1 II ill ii i II !1 ATHENS GOLF COURSE For Commissioner, Precinct 2: e d e ,,, ,= I Near Browning's Dairy on Tyler Road "Wo"''nl'rm"i'e""*'hesl i' lil ill,I i l,,i "- For Constable, Precinct 8: Ind Pains llmo~t Like Mille. A. W. Leopard (re election) aomethlnS aetter and aires [ FLAGG DRUG COMPANY. .l~iY~~ J~..~. Thousands of men and womenstopping sick,I W N,----MD. "-'~~-"" " "'~ Huch Pickle are liow throbbing, dizsy, splitting headaches, as well Justice of the Peace, Pi'ecinCt8WalterYoung . .,~.-o.oo,.,~,.,..o,.~... iD. B. O,~, E . diN_ i .lthmatili"a msrvelousneuritiS'newtOthache'formul& etc. PHYSICIAN and SURG-EON .lak0ff Dry Cleaners t is said to be far superior to any- Office with Plagg Drug Co. For Public Weighor: thing heretofore used. V lt contalnsnoasIflrln, licetanilid, Week and Next for,.0ul: Thad Stacy .in., and 18 absolutely llltfe .rid ~!A~AKOFF , lmrml.s.,Tht remartahietor-i iiYl A D Silk Cleanlnt Jack Perry mu~, called A-VOI~ is being pre- [. , ,,. i scribed by thousands of doctors. I dentists and welfare nurses bo- JL~ cause of the quick, efficient Way tt V~~] relieves all types of aches and Imlns without depressing the heart, [ fi~~ d in examination pa- [[ or causing any other harmful Of. feces. A-Vol quickly stops the most | STAND ~evere pain, leaving the patient re- Inertia is the, ability,, to rest. .1 freshed and feeling fine. Especially A water shed is a shed In the mid. ] ~,ecttve in women's period pal,. 1, Open Day and Night We are making a special effort to I ill 7o quickly prove to yourself that ingdle Ofa thestorm.Sea where ships shelter dur.[luati'ais lastoptrUlYlntoa remarkablOyour nearestfrmula'drug [ W.H. SONENDRIKER convince you that your silk can be I store and get a package of A-VOh 1 Proprietor * * * I for a ,ew cents. Take a couple of , properly cleaned here. ! The salnts are classilied so that there [ tablets right there, If your lmitt , ,,,, Is one for ~ach~< 'kind of human traits, [ Is not gone tn five minutes. ns shipwrecks, rabies, etc. clerk rill return your mon~. I ~- i ms Oontralto is,alp: s:rt of musiethat AT E N T S .:. Your first cleaned dress will only ladies sing. A splnster Is "i hachelor's wife. Revoluthm Is a form of government abroad. It It . PhilosoidiY means being able to ex- plain why you are happy even when you are poor. * It A taxidermist Is a kind of thick frog. (@, 19111t. lllell Sytadlcats.)--,..WNU Servia. AND TRADE- MARKS OUIHLAN NEW "- FIREPROOF convince yoa. SuccessfulPractice since 1875. Joe M. Hailaman, Mgr. Over 25,000 patents obtalned RATES Malak0ff Dry Cleaners for inventors in every section $I .50 to $3.00 per day of country. Write for book* N.C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor let tellir g how to obtain Every room with circulating ice a patent, with list of clients water, Lavatory, bath or shower. in your State. "ITS IN DALLAS" 71o 8th St. Washington, D. C. o