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MAT,AKOFF NEW8 t MALAKOFF NEWS PUBLISHED EVER~RIDAY at the Postoffice at Malakoff second class matter L.J. SCHOL'L, EDITOR $i.00 a Year Advertising Rates on request. Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. '.error In advertisement this paper will not be re- ,more than the cost of the advertisement. cies, These results will be Shown as part of the agricultural exhibit at the State Fair of Texas. which the argument over institution has been cooperating votes difference in with these agencies in develop- g race in ment of these needs and these to state here that methods of agriculture. received the nom- These results show the State Sterilng by the not as hard hit as many people majority o f 3,798 think it is. The drouth has culled There were close to one i the livestock herds of the state ;satin tbe election !and has been a boon to these ,:=.The editor is bragging over drouth resisting means of plant. Wilhs and Roy ins and cultivation. a golf game Satur- Tbe agricultural show and the afternoon. (That was in the Livestock show will both be up fi t und, we have nothing to to standard, a fact which should say a out the second round) ....... be a commendation to the efforts of Jacksonville of the agricultural agencies of dur- the State which have made this revival which )ossible.---StateFair Foreword. morning ..... urges his in. They're of "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" was en- WORLD F ,IR ENDS OCT, 31, HIS YEAR Meet Capt. Mary 'America's Sweetheart" is Capt. Mary now. She waa made an honor. ary captain of the World's Fair guides when she visited the exposition in Chica0o. The Fair will c~ose its gatea forever midnivht Oct. 31. Many Unusual .Gala Events Planned for Last Two Months. Chicago (Special).--With the an- nounee|uent that Chicago's new Worhl's Fair, A-Century of Progress Exposition, closes Its gales'forever on October 31st, and the advent of cool Snptember weather, attendance figures at tile exposition are steadily soaring to umke new records for all American fairs. More than 9,(D0,0(D persons h aye pald admlsslons tiffs year. whlch brings the total for the two years showing to date in excess of 31,bXlO.O00. .The nmnagement of the Fair has accomplished the imi'pose desired by President Roosevelt when he request- ed that the fair operate a second year sk) that those who could not come last year would be given an opportunity tO see It In 1934. This over and with two months of operation~, left. all ac- [Ivlty Is being directed to ,the staging of spectacular special events and shows which will close the exposition in a blaze of glory. Witlt all Indications pointing to the probability that the attendance in Sep. tember nnd October will outstrip the combined totals of tim first three months of tile Fair, exblbltors, con- cesshmalres and tim exlmsltion Itself are extending every effort to amuse and entertain the huge throngs that daily fill tile magic streets of the fair, to an extent even greater than before. Fair to Close Oct. 31. In making the announcement tbat the Fair will have accomplished Its aim hy closing date. and therefore wonh/ nnt reopen. President Rufus (3. Dawes s'lid : "A ('entury Of Progress In Its Drew eni form will not be In exlstenee next year. If the Fair or any part of It is to be nmint'dned It would Imve to be by outst(le sources. The lralr is un- der contract to tim Chicago park Imard to demolish all bulhlings tile board names, and tile bollrd ~tlso has the right to name any bulhllngs which It wishes to re~ain and maintain. "If you want to see Chicago's great Century of Progress Exl)ositlon you n~ust come this sumnmr nr fall, It The continued rains are retard- ing the opening of the cotton will not be here next year. Come and A Practical Way to Create crop in this section, we shall do our best to make your visit pleasant, Interesting and protlt- Employment ---- Mrs. J. E. Drummond and sons able." With the closing, wreckers will come t ] e number of prominent t week fo rs " ,ieftlas red icanawhere In and the enchantedcity whose industrialists, along with an t e " i " I h y will rema n durlhg the en- streets trahsported visitors into the t m y of public officials and eco sui I te l ng sdhoo rm. ~ mysterious realms of scientific re- i m lists, are of the opinion that[ ------ or,Searclt'entertat,art4/'~uslc'~o ,pdueatlonindustry' llgl|t.and com-CI" i ~il related residential construeI Ra Vandagriff it, stopp/ugo11;' u,e,c~ Wm come down. Officials, how- l Y "" eve,', carefully pointed out that demoll. offers the best chance of ac- the i ewhlk Saturday, sprained tlon will not begin until after the clos- g tb ' Rr [ f,'.recovery. his ankle, which causes bin great ing on October 'lst- All exbibits and is a local indus-inconvenience, concessions will remain Intact until Malakoffzrocery stores have signed a petition agreeing to dis- continue all delivery hacks until business justifies putting them back in use..--.-- 8,500 railroad ties and a huge quantity of cord wood is now stacked on the right-away await= ing transportation. free simws are playing to ,capacity crowds. Tim final two mouths of the Falr will see the greatest coIlectlon of tal- enf, sI)eftac1os and anlnsenlents ever seen anywhere. All existing entertain- ment will be exi)nnded nn['l new attrac- tions mhled to the (hilly programs. Events aPl)e:lling to every ehlss Of per- SOU h:l'~e been selwd;lled Ill a Cost of tllm~sands nf dollars, ll'lilroa(ls and lilts lillPS have l~Ll'('ell to Inaiataiu tile same loB' llTlvi,l l':lll,s while t'hlcago hot[,l:~ ~lml It~m'ist c:tm:~S will aecom- Illodll[O li"IVO]~'I'S t*) ('Hi(qlgO IU COIll- fort lind {,:lSe glt Ill(, fixed low [)rices now prevnili ~ I I I t II II Ill THE GREATER Athens, Texas TODAY! With Edna May Oliver and The parties who stole the trays at the photograph gallery are known, but if they will return same immediately, nothing will be said. that time. Edward Everett Horton Big Time== for Two Months. Finland's Forest Land l,'inland is ,~ocond ,mly Io P, ll!:Si:l ill f,west lllll(l. ~Vh{211 fP, I'IIIOl'F, DIIFt']I:I'~,~ hind they alwllys buy \VhOl't, lht.l'o J'~ :~ small l)lece Of fort, st frolD W)lic)l they can obtain llwir wood. which to lhenl tS essenll:ll. '['lie lloOd ~l' WOO(I in the cities and towns is equally 'iS important as on farms. Small pieces such as are discarded in the United States bring protilalde return there for firewood. More than 50 per cent of Finland's wood Is used for fuel in homes and factories. Perjury Although perjury Is almost exclus- ively limited to law courts, the verb perjure has not the same limitations. One may say, "I do not wish to per- Jure myself," which Is exactly equiv- alent to, "I do not wish to make a liar of myself." This usage of tbe verb is common.--Llterary Digest. Ends Aching Sore Muscles For longer lasting, quicker relief, use BaHard's Snow Liniment which contains active ingredients to give a mot'* than local a~ion, thus bringing a surge of warmed blood to scatter congestion and more quickly sOOthe away the pain from aching muscles, sprain., strums, backache and lumbago. Ballstd's Snow Liniment. ~0 and 60c. PAYNE'S DRUG STORE i DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS Spencer-Carroll "t~uilding Athens. Texas ! I Rf'ad the Advertls#.ment& , II I II I See Our New Plan Books.' The money that is spent i first to local people--t o contractors, building houses, Every business community is benefitted, corner grocery to the utility. Every pocket- the flattening effect dollars. :drive to boom con- is getting underway capital that has tied uv in non-productive going to work. A housing exists, in and rural localities-- so great a demand for better and homes. as the individual citizen he isnow being of- unprecedented oppor. ito build on extremely terms. Almost all the paint to in- well under levels. It is the part of to make the fullest pea- of that opportunity.-- The Drouth of the past sum. acres and It has dried Malakoff Company I II 1 Malakoff, Texas All Right Folks, Here's Your Chance To Save! So Be On ltand Saturday and lake flood of This Opportunity To Save. II Haines i Here are genuine Haine Shirts and Shorts for at a real low price. The Shirts are white ribbed garments and the Shorts are of novelty printed Broadcloth. They sell regularly for 35e each. Boy's 3 Garments Tl|e fnntastle bulhlings will be Icy- Admission lOc and 25c eled. The Stree~ of Villages with Its tlfteen perfect rel)roduetions of as , , many foreign lands will be no more. l'he largest and n'asl ,!eautlful foun- . Saturday, Sept. 8-- Boy's Sport Shirts made of good quality lain ,,'ill no longer throw its scintll- HO"Tu GIBSON in lating Slw:ly skyward. The gay cafes material in solid and fancy patterns. Just will not ecllt) tim laughter of happy the Shirt for school wear. Sizes 8 to 14. people. The famed Avenue of Flags II A New Show[ Saturday Night 10:45 Sunday Matinee, Sept. 9-- With Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, George Burns and Gracie Allen Sale o! Come at 9:30 Saturday night and see two shows for one 2 for Material that wears well because it is good and strong, washes well, looks well. Use it for shirts, tub suits, coveralls and creepers --to be had in solid and fancy patterns. admission Monday and Tuesday, September I0-Ii Storming America with new miracles of entertainment! Reg. pace 10e yd. For Sat. 91/2 yds. 93 Nen's Summer Men, here's your chance to buy Wash pafits at a real low price. Some of them are suit- able to wear in early Fail, so take advan- tage of this one day sale and buy a supply. Regular 1.49 val. 930 Printed BATISTE, VOILES and ORGANDIES will be strll}ped and the greatest and most beautiful of all major expositions will be history. It has been currently rumored that tile Falr would i'elllaln as a permanent Chicago nttracthm; thai each year bt~neeforth It wouhl reopen on the lake front. Now tlmt people have realized that this Is their I~st oppnrlunlly to see It, attendance totals have in- creamed by leaps and boonds. The great free altr'lctioBs Rl'e conslant]y choked with people. The twln sym phony orchestrna, the huge hlgoon the ater with ,Is w.tter (.:u-nlvals nnd clr, cus. tile cage .f fury, the roads of the wm'ht an0 lhe mull!,'l:{le (!f olho, Entitled to display THIS OFFICIAL SIGN and take0 from !of Texas not only ptstures but water ycrops have been llY head of cattle I agencies of Texas experimenting for ith drouth resisting have given their severe tests and tests have prov. ing to these agen- It Neans A Lot To You! NASH It may be a bit late for summer fabrics but it would be wise for you to buy a supply for next season while they are priced so low. Former values to 39c, 7 yards for 36-Inch A great buy--Famous serviceable quality-- a leader in value at regular price, but now it is reduced. Pretty patterns to select from 9 12- yds. Printed ORGANDIE, BATISTE and VOILE Excellent quality materials greatly reduced for the big one-day sale. So buy quite a bit of it at this low price. Some of it formerly sold for 49c yard. Special for Saturday, 5 yds. Men's No man ever has too many Sex. so buy a dozen or more pairs at this low price. All sizes. 4 pair Boy's "Tuf-Wear" 36-Inch A real saving in boy' Overalls. A value [DI at thereguiar price [49c] ands sensation Wednesday, Sept. 12- at this price. Sizes 4 to 16. HELEN TWEL VET REES 93C in 14 yards 2 pair With Donald Woods. Ralph Morgan and Monroe Owsley Admission 10c to everyone taking up a seat. iii i i Malakoff, Texas Every Thursday Night is Bank Night On the East Side of the Square. ATHENS, TEXAS & :