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August 30, 1935     The Malakoff News
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August 30, 1935

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,~RIDAY e at Malakoff second (.lass matter. L. ]. oCHOLL, ] :I)ITOR rii)tion Price $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request. I esolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. Ia case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. R O. Wayne Evans, who has just returned from the training camp of the National Guard. says that the training this year resem- bled that of wartime activities_.. And flow gossip is playing about two local young men who recent- ly managed to see all the lights in Dallas in one big, glorious even- ing ..... The clergy of "The Lig- nite City" in Saturday's election helped to carry the local box for the drys by going out after the voters ..... The M. H. S. football team is now in Rockport receiv- ing their initial training at the hands of two new coaches, Su- joining farm, surrendered to of- fleers immediately. The trouble, it was said, arose over a lawsuit between the twe men. Ten Years Ago Up to this week, according to A. S. Pennington, public weigher, 1,017 bales of cotton have been weighed in the varcl here. Warren Burkett and Guy Mat- thews were slightly injured Mon- day when the car, in whicn they were riding, ran into another driven by Brack Anders. An- ders was uninjured. J. C. S. Sanders, superintend- ent of the schools here the past year, left with his family T.ues- day for San Augustine, where they will make their home. CRIER AGAIN HEARD ON CAPE COD Provincetown Revives Cus* tom of Puritan Days. Washlngtnn. -- Provincetown. Mass.. down on tile tip of salty Cape Cod. once again echoes to the ring of the town otter's boll. The board of trade ha8 revived fl custonl, dalhlg fronl early I'aritan days, that had lapsed with tile demise of the last crier a few years ago. m "Town criers have long served the place of newspapers in many of tile Next to Jackson's Garage 1 ,q We always carry a complete line of Cold Drink. , Candle , Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos, Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a Genuine "Calf" Sandwich We also handle several flavors of-- Velvet Ice Cream --and serve the "largest helpings" in town. remote settlements of the world," says the National Geographic society at Washh|gton, D. C. "Should a villager Notice Of Depository wish to advertise the loss of a pig, the m~ed of farm help, or the sale of fish, "T thlu bell-ringing hawker is consulted h e Trinidad Independent lad hired. Should he wish to hear ~chool District will receive, until the latest news, however raucously September 1. 1935, depository Iillnollnced, of curreilt domestic or for- eign events, Im Joins the audlbnce with- bids covering the school funds in earshot of the booming voiced town for the biennium 1935-37, begin- crier. "Sul~day, after church services, is an ning September 1, 1935." Ideal time for the crier tn one Euro- BOARD OF TRUSTEES peso village. In a communication to J.A. McUlwain. Sec'y. tile National Gaogral~hlc society, Mar- gery l{ae describes the nmthods of tim STOP TliAT I'I'CIilN(; town crier In Mezokovesd. a village not far from I;udapesL llungary. 'Two If you are bothered by the itctfing of Ath letes Foot. Eczema. Itch or Ringworm--- genilal'nles took their places on oppo- uite side~ of the large square In front PAYNE'S DRUG STORE will seP wm a of the church and began to beat a jar of Black IIawk Oinhnent on a guar- vlmwous tattoo on their drun|s. Fromantee to kilt the itch. Price 50c and $1. the chtlrch the people gathered In two crowds about these olliclals, who drew forth hnportant-iooking docutaents and "Yankee Doodle" began their reading. Tile words of the song "Yankee Doodle" a.~ we know thelll were writ- News and Want Ads. ten by an i,.h|glish army surgeon. Doc- "'It Is an educath)n and a rev,qa- tor Shuckburgh, in 1755. in derision of lion to hear the news of Mezokovesd.' the untrained American troops during ti~e w|'il~q, continues. 'A cow was lost tile French war. It WflS Set~tO an an- on "l'm,sday. If anyone has found l~er, uhmt tune which had been sung ill tile let him report to tile town headqn:tr- v~etherlaads as early as 1500 with the h:rs. There was a long list of farms .aealllngless words: "Yankee dude] '"' to rent and sell; plow8 to rent, sere- doodle do;ell" The name. "'Y;lllkoc" lead the &dvertlaementa. ltlJls to hire, The usual monthly wage became attached to the American Col. perintendent Willis is alon , with ,, ,, , --,, ,---.. ..................... of tile servants Is seldom more than ~ onlsts as the result of the h~dian's at- the party and is supposed to be dollar added to certain supplies and tenlpt to say "l,]|~glish'" or "Angh~Is," ~-- =~-- - _ their needed clotlHag. It Is sufficient, according to the most widely accepted the official fisherman .....One of ~ ~ ..... , no doubt; their wants are few. Any ttleory of its dcrlv,Jtton. our customers suggests that the national news of hal;or(ante Is tohl; better way to eradicate liquor THE GREATER ,e,Vly terse,hlWSclearare read.effort.,It is an anmslng- Read the Advertl.~emen~. "Mannerlsnts of the stag"are part of from the state is to make it as the crier's stock In trade. He imparts plentiful and as free as water, dignity to his calling by various moth- ods--standlng immobile with hands The drys, he says will leave it thrust deep Into his pockets, awaiting alone; the wets will soon grow sllen(.e among his hearers. A frown of h|q~ortance nmy cross his forehead; tired of it and quit drinking, and Athens, Texas .n lnlpatient gesture Is acMeved by the drunkards will all soon drink pl,'lclng Ills hands on his hips as he surveys the audio|lee that Is quRe at themselves to death, and nobody " mmw,a " his mercy. Not until he 18 entirely satlslled that the assenll)lage Is stllIl- will then have any use for the TO-DAY cl(mtly Impressed with his idgh office stuff ...... Introducing "Pepper" d.es he begin to deliver Ills message. llerbert Corey also describes a crier Martin from Commerce, Texas, who announced the prcscnhtthn| of a as the new coach of M. H. S ..... motion picture In the Spanish town of l'ulgccr(ta : The Board of Trustees is having "'lie registere~l emotion. Ills voh,e soared nnlll It reached an oratorical some difficulty in completing the With Peter Lorre climax, and then dropped to low and school faculty for the coming Also thrlllllig tone8 as he dwelt upon the year. Last.minute resignations Popeye the Sailor Comedy imthos of the marveh)us lilm. who waited fairly hul]g on his wet(Is. There of elected teachers is beginning t ' ~A , 18 an art In town cryi~g.' to become monotonous ...... Tom " Gathers an Audience. Moore is enjoying his vacation Saturday, Aug. 31-- ". earhy, at See de Vrgel, the Span- lsh diocese town of the tiny state of from his duties at the Kilman James Oliver Curwood's Andorra atop the Pyrenees, the town Hospital ...... Through the loud. crier gathers an audience by blowing on his trumpet. 'Watermelons for sale speaking equipment at the ball at the first house south of the church,' park last Friday night, we have shouts the crier, In a small mountain village on the Island of Sardlala. He discovered that Malakoff has her With Kermit Maynard attract8 a quaintly garbed crowd by own Graham McNamee ..... And blowing a shrill blast on a brass horn. "Among thousands of Engllshwomen now that the wets "is got it" one wire carried on while their menfolk Saturday Night 10:45 Show followed the colors In the Wm'ld war, of our fellow townsmen offers to And Sunday Matinee one took her father's place as the trade for a milkcow, one first town crier of Tlmtford. Robin Hood's bay, on the bold headlands of York- class still shire, has Its town crier even today. ........... 'Walter Smith, who preceded the Finds United States Buyers Aid Japan's Army Seattle.---Buyer8 of cheap Japanese gpoods with which American markets are flooded are contributing to the n~ost dangerous military maclflne in the worhl. So dcciared E. P. (;e;iqlle, .qan l,'ran- cis(o writer and ]ecELirer ~.YhH arriviql In Seattle recelltly fr.m the Orhq~t. l~,t, catlsc he sotl~llt to iz~ve.~ti~ate Wollilllg colltlill,*l|s tllltlt'l' which .]'lip- I/Ill'SO gt)Oll~ IL'O iH'c.~ttl('e(I. (]t'llqUC shill he aml hi~ ~i~,. "?ere stlhJ,,chul to two IIHH,~]i of p,rs~,cnth)n |)y IUili~:|l'y [*~)- ]'.,'. They w(q'e ibm:lily col~ll~t'lled to cut their ~r:~y sh )rE all(I l:ll:.o tile lirst Sl}~i) holl}O. (~-e;Hltle S:lld : "The ~' :ressive fight f()r commercial mar',: :s all over the worhl is being finaz~,,.ed at the exl)(,nse of Illl~gtlit|cd Zai)ltnese %%',> kel'S. The .T:li)/lL('se gov- erilIiiCllt ~:,':~.eclatrd the vi|hlC o|" tile yell In lll[Ol'l]l!'iont|] excll:ill~(, to eIl* able Japar.~,~',! goods to sell al)road at h)w prices. '*~[oncy h~|s l)