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/ it. J. HAAS WORLD RESPONSIBILITIES many old prob- lems which have so changed as to be unrecognizable. American bankers have been called into world affairs to blaze new trails of unknown finance. We may expect these ceils to be more nu- merous in the fn. tare ttmn they have in the past. We a r e t h e financial leader and we must the responsibility which gees it. us look to the future with con. Every one has experienced a sorrow some time, perhaps so we felt we could never over- it, 'but time is the great healer y we have come out .f As it is with individuals, so it is nations. Our nation has had sorrow in the 155 years of its In that time we have through tile major depressions to 1879-1884-1893-1896- and the present. Venture to state "~hat in each of periods tt~ere were those who doubts of the future just as we them today, but what happened eacl~ depression? Our country to be better and stronger ever. Its people were introduced of living they never dreamed tlntll today, notwithstanding our we live on the highest of any nation in the world. we not judge the future by experience? our people are better pre- financially and intellectually, to with even greater problems than have been in the past, so why n.)t to tile future confident that fun. ental social and economic prol). will be adjusted satisfactorily? is not established by any thing but by an accumulation .f If we can get confidence started way, gathering a little here and it will accelerate its speed as it ! along. This is not the work , f one man to perform but is the effort of each arid every Pof us. What we are In tim future the result of what we ,k~ve done any one day but the result of all We have done for all time, The Bankers Association is ca- to do its part. Individnally efforts may not count for much, they are part of the wllole p!an taken in the aggregate they to the sum total of all our INJURED BY BANK GOSSIP Association Declares ty Interests Demand Protection Against Idle Rumors in their advertising and in their direct contacts with cus- and others, bankers should and persistently devote time and thought to ~keeping mindful of the fact that while has many obliga~ns toward customers, equally is it true that depositor also has certain obliga- te the bank to enable it to prop maintain its position in the corn. a recent statement of the Bankers Association d~ bank admittedly is a semi-public and there is a mutuality resting upon both the lker and his customers to maintain effective functioning of that insti- that is superim to the personal of either." it says. might well consciously de- greater effort to build~4~g up the viewpoint in their communities due to their public obligations burden of public interest, the are entitled to protection ill-informed or malicious gos- and rumors, the s~:.[ement says. to banks in sonle states, bank laws afford this protection,' DOtnts out. "We recommend that Protection be availed of by definite wherever pract'cal both as a of immediate expediency and to awaken public opinion as to of Idle gossip about a banking institutions." II BI THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR An' That's Sumlhin' What Can 8a Done should rid themselves of false hope of o~tside aid from The only recourse left for s l)roduccr on a reduced price level is broduce his goods at reduced costs. aoarly every farmer can likely put force a few economies in produc- Farmers must produce as largely l~oSsible the materials they use. and away from cash purchases until come down proportionately on thlngs they buy. The cheapest ~n the farming business is to raise own feed a not I Christmas ~ttRISTMAS couldn't really seem like Christmas unless you had some home-made ~'andies about the house. Natural fruit sugars are the most easily digested, and the fruit sugars in Hawaiian pineapple are of a type all ready for human assimila- trim. So here are a couple of re- cipes for home-made pineapple can- dies flint are not only delicious but also decorative. (;lazed Pineapple: Boil two cups sugar, one cup water and one-eighth teaspoon cream of tartar, without stirring, to tim crack stage, or 3oo. Keep hot over hot water while dip- ping the pineapple, Cut canned pine- apple slices in convenient sized wedges for serving, and drain well. Ti~cn dip a few at a time in the syrup, and remove to oiled paper to ies dry. It is most iml)ortant to have the pineapple well drained, for at least several hours, before using. Otherg'ise, the juice will prevent the glazing. Fudge With Fruit Pim, apple Divinity: Cook one-half cup shredded Hawaiian pineapple and three tablespoons sugar to a thick jam, 225. Mix two cups sugar, one-half cup water and one- eighth teaspoon cream of tartar, and boil to 26o. Just before this tern- perature is attained, add the pine- al)pie jam, continuing the boiling to SCHOOL lt0NOR ROLL llth Grade Annie Lather, Sarah Lacher, Earnest Lindsey. Alice McLain, Ruth Nolen, Lorena Truelove. 10th Grade Erma Berryhill, Jewell 5ohn- son, Svble Reece. 9th Grade Nellie Hall, Allen Dale ttoun- sel, Christine Lindsey, Alzena Maguire, Ernestine Orrick, Eve- lyn Whitehead 8th Grade Maude Hall, 7th Grade Joe Ady, Sara Alice Carso'n, Martha Huff, Sara Orrick, Edna Owens, Jaaice Owen, Vernon Patton, Vernon Whitehead. 6th Grade Doris Milchell. Irma'Slaughter 5th Grade the 26o point. Beat one egg white stiff, then add hot syrup very slowly, stirring constantly, and beating till it is stiff and will hold its shape Add one-fourth tun clmpped mara- schino cherries, and pour-into but- [ tered pans.* DR. E. W. FRANKENSTEIN Optical Specialist 1,000 patients in Henderson County. Stirman's, Athens, Texas First week each month. Eyes examined Free / N CRY FOR Robbie Moore Anderson, Mar- CttlLDREN hate to take medicine tha Carson, Elwood Cude, Mar- asa rule. but every child loves the ~ha Dee Maguire, Hele Neal. taste of Castoria. This pure vegetable Ruth Neal, Mary Norvell, Norma Orriek. 4th Grade Gertrude Gutierrez, Bi!lie Gray Payne, Maurice .Sherman, 3rd Grade Martha Beaird, Derwood Den- nis, James Evans, Joice Ginn, Mildred Hedge, Bertha Moore, J.'D. Thomas, 'Iherrell Woods 2nd Crade John Melvin Anderson, Char: les Anderson, Fayrene Dodson, Maria Heredia, Marion Orriek, Ouida Owen, Louise Quillan, Thomas Johnson, Mildred Per- kins, Leon Scaly, Chester Sud- duth, Oleta Thomas, -Watson Tidmore, Angela Vidal, BeSSie Lee Webster. ist Grade William Beaird, Darnell Cude, Mary tit)use, Albert Penniugton Bert Lee Groom, Dick Brownlee Lynadeen Kirby, Luin Kirk, Audrey Rogers, Carva Johnson, preparation is just as good as it tastes; lust as bland and just as harmless as the recipe reads. When Baby's cry warns el colic, a few drops of Castoria have him soothed, asleep again in a jiffy, Nothing is more ~aluable in diarrhea When coated tongue or bad breath tell of constipation, invoke its gentle aid to cleanse and regulate a child's bowels. In colds or children's diseases, you should use it to keep the system from clogging. Castoria is sold in every drug store; the genuine always bears Chas. I-I. Fletcher's signature. Gladys Joe Robertson, William Sherman, Mollie Lee Derden, Katie Nell Dees, Mexican School )tila Mollna, Amalia Molina, Vidal" MALAKOFF NEWS ~ " ~ ,/i~ ,!~/ i'~ ~ i ;~,i '~ , /~ : i~i LW E WERE GOl t/ Stons Headache w C. Dodd land is now posted and no hunting will be allowed. in Five Minutes Any one caught hunting on the e ------ premises will-be prosecuted to Wonderful Formula Ends Ach~ ~ the fullest extent of the law. nd Pains Almost Like Magic. Something Better and Safer ] Mo T. DODD Thousands of men and women are now stopping throbbing, sick, dizzy, splitting headaches, as well as the excruciating pains of rheu- matism, neuritis, toothache, etc.~ with a marvelous'new formula that is said to be far superior to any- thing heretofore used. It contains no aspirin, acetanilid, etc., and is absolutely safe and harmless. This remarkable for- mula, called A-VOL, is being pre- scribed by thousands of doctors, dentists and welfare nurseg be- cause of the quick, efficient way it relieves all types of aches and pains without depressiug the heart, or causing any other harmful ef- fects. A-Vol quickly stops the most severe pain, leaving the patient re- freshed and ~eeling fine. Especially effective in women's period pains. To quickly provo to yourself that tais is truly a remarkable formula, just step into your nearest drug store and get a package of A-VOL for a few cents. Take a couple Of tablets right there. If your pala Is not gone in flvo minutes, tll~ clerk will return your money. NOTICE No Hunting This will give notice that all ! Your Fall Suit Yes, sir.. We'll take every sign of wear out of it.. re- move every spot. Y o u r friends will be asking you, "when did you buy the new outfit?" 'At's a fact! Telephone No. 9 We'll call for it. /Vialakoff' Dry Cleaners Julius Fowler. Mgr. I J. A. FOWLER, M. O. l DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST PHYSICIAN and SURGEON] X,RAY DIAGNOSIS 0flies with Weir's Drug Store New Spencer-Carr'ol MALAKOFF, TEXAS Athens, Texas a E Knows it'll be something practical.. something he's put off buying for himself on the possibility that Christmas may bring it. After all, it's the "WEARABLE GIFT" that makes the biggest hit with men. So are the Per- kins Bros. suggestions: BROA?CLOTH SHIRTS---in for attractive deep- pointed collar styles White and pastel shades. The kind that men really prefer ..................... SILK MUFFLERS-multi.colored in modern patterns. Suitable for both business and dress wear. At. tractivelv boxed ........................ for "NIFTY" NECKWEAR--silk moire for and satin weaves in either subdued or flas hy color combinations. Easily worth $1.50. Offered ................... DRESS GLOVES-..Mocha, Cape. skin, Kid. Some fur.lined. Oth. ers silk-lined. Matching or con. trasting back trims ..................... for NEAT HOSIERY-.-in natty clock- ed, cross striped or straight, plain weaves. Fashioned or double. Silk for lisle. The pair ........................ ttious Men Let us Clean, Press and Re- pair4heir Clothin for they have learned from experi. ence that our methods of do- inn this kind of work devel- op the greatest amount of PAJAMAS---of fine Broadcloth, Soisette or Madras. Collared coat styles. Smart colors in all.over patterns. A size for any man .......... for SATISFACTION Try Us. Test Us. ATHENS, DRY CLEANING