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i, THE MALAKOF NEW,8 NEWS I Why Is It? Entered at. the Postoffice at Malakoff as second class matter. _ [- F LLO ~sing Rates on req'uest. I .t , ions and Cards of Thanks mustbepaid for at regular rate.| "T(> qq. Q7 "%) Urn" \ I ' . / [ 41LLIP Nt .- NF.. I UST of error in advertisement this paper will not be re-I I ----- " K ( uoaG } I -- I- A PR S .t T/ ,le for more tha the cost of the advertisement, again in the midst of December days and the tinkle of the fells of old Santa's Sleigh may soon be heard in the distance. I s are flitting away rapidly and the time for Xmas shoppingI shorter and shorter, leaving but a few more days inI Ir selections for our friends and loved ones. . I brightening the Christmas Cheer for all of our suggest that our home merchants be give the first of supplying the items, contained in our gift list. Our have a generous assortmentuf gift items in be sure to find those things that @ould be most Let the Community Spirit and the Love of Home, pro- this December, and do what you can to help keep Malakoff * at home. By patronizing your home merchants you thereby a community service, and at the same time you will help Christmas bells toring louder for your friends and THIS Newspaper acknowledges time, which will bring back the lost treasure of lives. The arts of war have claimed them per- manently, so far as the efforts of men are concerned. When peace is declared, and war goes into bankruptcy, no equitable settlement with creditors is pos- sible. ---o--- A report from Connecticut shows that the most serious fault of motor car drivers is fail- ure to give signals, the short coming of second importance be- byour very good friend, the Hon. G. Sanders, of Canton picture mailed at Washing- D. C where Mr. Sanders is acting in his official capacity has been learned that Mr plans to send one of these pictures to every school in Henderson Co nty with the r- the#, be plhced on the within these institutions It is a gift to be appreciated and ling errors in backing, The first weare certain that the giver's of these trgubles may be traced III I I I DR. E. W. FRANKENSTEIN Optical Specialist 1,000 patients in Henderson County. Stirman's, Athens. Texas First week each month. Eyes examined Free viii be complied with. directly to human nature, since t express our sincere the great majority of human be- ROBOT hSSORT n for this kindly re-]lugs do not think much about J MJLLJ0 S OF CARDS and at the same timeI the other fellow. The second isl good friend that our due to man s physical make-up,] framed at an early and to the training of. thousands l Ingenious Device Solves Dis- ]d will thereafter take its of years. We have no eyes in permanent fixture in the back of our heads, and are schooled to move in the direction Comment From in which we are looking, Read the Advet~semenltL agreeable Problem. Chicago.---The Middle West is soon to see a one-eyed robot that can read and assort millions of ordinary printed cards at a high rate of speed. The latest scientific tc, ol for use in ac- counting departments of electric light Illl Beware of Imitations ENUINE Bayer Aspirin, the kind \ Directs This "Ad" . To The Children and , Cordially Invites Them To Visit Us Tomorrow and Inspect Washington - [ iiiiii i iiii England has laid a fifty per- duty on imported goods of classes, and some are in- think that American suffer as consequence point out that many anufacturers alrea- z maintain factories in England the damage done on of the wa r will be in- In any event, having foreign plants to be congratulated on not all their eg s in one bas- loss of a good market on to the work- there will be no for congratulation. He has but one basket. A boy is killed by a fall from a in rescuing his dog from The dog, if able to climb ladder, probably would have as much for the boy consolation to his pa- may be remarked by that, at least, he has paid 1at men owe dumb animals, The lad's and sacrifice was not on an unworthy object. --.o.-- mourn for the good aeir custom, wilt to learn that the toll robbed of its pic- has not gone en- of existance. The an effec- ,he Panama Ca- the October t()lls averaging thousand dollars for vessel. .--o-- tratus has been construe the cargo" of the ia, sunk during the war may be able to @ @ Athens, Texas Friday, December llth "BAD SISTERS" with Conrad Nagei, Zasu Pitts, and Slim Summerville Saturday, 12th. "GALLOPING TltRU" with TOM TYLER II [ I I Sunday and Monday Dec. 13-14th. She Won Him--could she keep him from-- 'A Platinum Blonde' with Loretta You n g, Robert Williams and Jean Harlow I I II | Tuesday and Wednesday Decem ber 15-16th Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey in-- "Caught Plastered" with Dorothy Lee Thursday, Dec. 17th. JOHN BARRYMORE "The Mad Genius" with Charles Butterworth and Donald Cook Ladies' Matinee--10c Men's Night--10c companies, banks, railroads, hotels, telephone offices and other large or. ganlzations for classification of hills, checks, tickets and other records, was announced by F. T. Whiting, north- west district manager of the Westing- house Electric and Manufacturing company. Developed and designed by Doug- las A. Young, an engineer of the West- inghouse organization, this ingenious machine reads and places cards in any of the 100 compartments of the ma- chine where they belong, without hu- man hand touching them. The ma- chine operated by a single "electric eye" or photo-electrlc tube, reminds one of a man playing solitaire, and resembles In appearance a miniature railroad switching terminal with the card being routed over its proper track. Dlsa~reeabl Problem Golved. This mechanical device was devel- oped upon the request of a large cor- poration to solve a difficult problem. Thls firm like many others, hlll cus- tomers monthly, and stubs are re. turned wlth remittances. Thousands of these stubs returned each day up- set the organization as It is almost impossible to keep help on the tedious and monotonous grind of sorting and filing remittance stubs. The one-eyed electrical machine was developed. Operation of the newest robot Is so simple that It requires the services of only one person, When the names and addresses are stenciled on tlm bills, a number is printed also. Tlds number guides the sorters in classify- Ing the stub when returned. With the new sorting machine, thls same principle Is carried out, except a slm- ple printed code Is substltuted for the numbers. By this system of code, It I~ possible to get more than 100,000,000 combinations of numbers on a card i~ inches wide hy 3a Inches long, and still have enough room for cus- tomer's name and address. Electric Eye Used. Cards are placed In the feeding re. ceptacle and a weight is placed on top of the cards exerting pressure on the bottom card. This lower card is then picked up by a device covered by llve rubber, which operates effec- tively even with badly mutilated cards, and pushes it forward under the gaze of the "electric eye" whicl~ is focused on a spot over which the card must pass and thus the coded number is read before routing the card to Its proper place. The "electric eye" in- stantly reads the card and immedl. ately operates relays which cause a mechanical hand to respond, ready to take the classified card to Its proper of the 100 compartments that doctors prescribe and millions of users have proven safe for over thirty years, can easily be identified by the 'name Bayer and the word genuine as above. Genuine Bayer Aspirin is safe and ui'e; it is always the same. It has the unqualified endorsement of physicians and druggists everywhere. It does not depress the heart, and no harmful etfects tollow its use. Bayer Aspirin is the universal anti- dote for pains of all kinds. Headaches Neuritis Colds Neuralgia Sore Throat Lumbago Rheumatism Toothache .aspirin is the trade-mark of Bayer manufacture of monoacetlcacidester of mdicylicadd. DR" J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS New Spencer-Carroll Building Athens, Texas E. O. DODSON TRANSFER and all kinds of hauling Prompt and satisfactory set Vice guaranteed. Try Our Delicious Light Sam's Famous . Calf Sandwiches .... 10c Hot Dogs ............ 10c Our Delicious Ham Sandwiches___ 10c Har and Egg per order ........... 1 5C Chili per dish ............. Coney Island .......... 5c Maxwell House Coffee, per cup ....... at Sam's old stand T Our New Shoe Department Featur- ing BUSTER BROWN Shoes A department set apart.., exclusively for children's shoes .... designed with one thought in mind and that--to please the children.. A shoe store for the kid- dies that is their very own.., plenty of bright, highly colored animals to amuse." Every child, accompanied by father or mother, who registers in our "Birthday Book" within the next day or two will be presented with a Buster Brown sou. venir. Athens, -:- Texas \ I . #.r to us "2" The amount of your gas bill is largely in your hands During winter months, with house heating needs causing a constant de- mand tot gas you may make a real saving in yore gas bill by following the suggestions given below Help us to help you SAVE MONEY ON YOUR GAS BILL 1. Don't turn gas up to a point where the flame goes over the top in open top heaters, This wastes gas. . . Don't try to heat the breakfast room, or adjoining rooms with the range oven. A small gas heater will do the work better and cheaper. you keep a fire burning in the bath room, see that it is turned low after the room has become comfortably warm. 4. When shopping, or going out for the evening, close the windows, turning out all gas heaters The house will retain most of its warmth. , Don't open doors or windows to cool the room--turn down the gas instead A wall thermometer will assist you to keep rooms at a uni- 0rm temperature. LONE STAR.