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1' 1 E M ALAKOFF NEWS THE MALAKOFF NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the Postoflice at Malakoff second class matter. L. J. $CHOLL, EDrrOX J Subscription Price $1.00 a Year. A lvertising Rates on request. Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- SDonstble for mo re than the cost of the advertisAment. dill i i Occasionally we hear someone pressing a desire to edit column for a week. We are however, to take a chance like that ...... Local football fans are still convinced that the Tigers have a better football team than Teague ........ The reason given for the surplus of barbecued chicken at a recent banquet is at- tributed to the absence of just one of the regular class members ...... The 1936 Chevrolet is not supposed to be viseed on displayI until November 2, but those who] most eager to see the new] are model are stealing glimpses of the one that Dan Royall has hid- den away in Dr. Fowler's garage ...... Eighty-one students of the Malakoff schools have attained a place on the honnr roll at the end of the first six weeks period. The roll may be found elsewhere in this issue ...... It is said that the young man, who jokingly de- mar, ded the honor of serving as master of ceremonies at a recent banquet, blushed rosy red and stammered beyond control, when the honor was suddenly tendered him ...... Discussion pro and con as to the gymnasium bond issue waxes warm as election t i m e e]raws near. Luckily, for the ,sake of argument, both sides have a following, The majority, how- ever, will be revealed only after the polls close. in the Way of Progress "With some signs of improve- ment in general conditions in the United States--in spite of the re- tarding effects of recent govern- mental fallacies--this seems to be a good time to abandon a lot of air castle ideas and return to the sound policies of spreading prosperity by increasing produc- tion instead of continuing to talk about distributing the mere baga. telle of surplus wealth that has been accumulated by successive generations of Americans during the past century and a half," says the Mansfield, Ohio, News Journal. "At the rate of governmental profligacy now being practiced, with billions of dollars being flit. tered away each year, it would require little more than a decade to wipe out the total of all the tangible assets of ALL T H E PEOPLE IN THE U N I T E D STATES!" As many experts have pointed out, you can't make the poor rich by making the rich poor. The ming up the streams of produc- tion-by retarding, discouraging, and destroying the sources of goods and services--which are likewise the sole sources of new wealth and real, necessary and permanent jobs. I I - r '~ /" -wing At the! Happenings of YESTERDAY IN "THE LIGNITE CITY" Twenty Years Ago "Hands Across the Table" i According to the Financial and Commercial Chronicle, govern- ment is at present taking 40 per cent of the total net income of our major industries for taxes, The rate is tending to rise. We have passed most European coun- tries in the size of our tax burden -we are not far from that of England, most heavily taxed of all nations. The inevitable re- sult is industrial, commercial and agricultural lethargy-who will invest, when high taxes not only tax collector? America has the resources, spiritual and material, that are needed for recovery and abiding prosperity. Only politics that stifle those resources, and tend to make them impotent and non- productive, stand in the way of progress now.--Industrial News, C. C. Day and family have moved to the Whit Robertson place south of town, Marriage licenses have been is. sued to Miss Edna Gage and Mil- ler Faulk. Last Tuesday morning a Cotton Belt Freight wrecked just East of the city as a result of a broken flange on one of the wheels. Five cars loaded with gravel left the track and were smashed up. Two new diseases to the cotton plant, according to the experi- ment station, are following m the wake of the Gulf storm. One is red or pink boll rot, and the other is what is called the water spot rot. Roy S,vanson has purchased a nice productive farm from Will Walker situated about two and one-half miles north of town. Ten Years Ago Lee Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. J F. Reynolds of Route 1, died at Jacksonville Hospital Oct- Texas Song Breaks ober 23 from Typhoid Fever, which he contracted 17 days be- National Record fore, Mr, and W. New York City. October 31-- Maguire "The Eyes of Texas" has broken celebrated their Golden Anniver. a national record. [sary last week. The stirring Texas song was [ sung by a San Antonio quartet News has been received from on the Major Bowes amateur Dallas that V. H. Frizzell under- hour Sunday, October 13, in a went a successful operation for program dedicated to the Alamo appendicitis last Monday. City. Within less than an hour more than 4500 telephone votes Commissioner Greet Reynolds were received, and Major Bowes of Eustace was in the city on promptly announced all previous business Tuesday. records broken. The program was the third de- The Trinity Farm Company and dicated to Texas Centennial cit- land owners are figuring to build ies to be broadcast over a nation- a levee to change the course of wide network during the past the Trinity River. The levee will month, put 18,000 acres of rich lands in. to cultivation. Need of Self-Control But take my word for it. This |s Wrote Muoic for Harps file time to see the world In Its Sun. The Assyrians had a system of writ- day clothes, and withOUt money andlng music tor their harps~ without price.--Exchange. Colder weather calls for 70 x 80 -- 2 1-2 lb. Double blankets 70 x 80 Double Blankets 3 pound weight Part wool Blankets 3 1-2 lb. part wool Double Blankets 4 lb. part wool Plaid Blankets 4 1-2 lb. part wool Double Blankets 60 x 80 inches Robe Blankets I] Ladies' They are ringless irregulars with flaws so tiny that they can't be detected. Pure silk chiffon weight. All sizes in new shades. Cre Pure dye Crepes and Crepe Satins in tearose color. Lace trimmed and tailored--bias and straight styles--straight and x tops--adjustable shoul- der straps. ,I Stunningly Styled Priced to accomodate your budget Gay new frocks--selected be- cause they are fresh and smart and because they are the type of thing you'll put on day after day for all kinds of occasions, all through the fall and winter. Se- lect from new fabrics in gay colors. IIll MEN, IT IS Brown Suede Leather Jackets Button front --- all sizes Simulated Pigskin Bi-Swing Jackets Sizes 36 to 46 Brown Simulated Pigskin Jackets Ill Sizes 36 to 46 New Wool Jackets Blue Melton Cloth Boots f, Whether you are going for a saunter with a gun or another day of outdoor work, a pair of solid leather "Star Brand" boots are mighty fine companions for your feet. They fit, wear longer, and look better than most boots. Men's Select from all-wool fabrics, tailored to fit and give long wear. New st) les in single and double breasted models Men's Hats Novelty 1.98 Hats Parkway Hats Pencraft Hats %,,, C OMP Athens, ( East Side Square) Texas