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December 31, 1931

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THE MALAKOFFNEWS NEWS PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY II thePostofflce at Malakoff as second class matter. rice $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request. d Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. vase of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- more than the of th? advertiTment. Advertising Builds Success perhaps the most wonderful development of this age It has been pronounced the maker or large or small, It is the one factor of success often overlooked by merchants in" small towns is not the exclusiye weapon of big business; it is the help to make little concerns grow into big ones. that requires study and, be it said, character. It if it is untrue. It must build upon faith and hen This newspaper is prepared to assist the business men of their advertising problems. We may say, with due that we know a little something about advertising, and experience is available to all who care to use it. Load Leads this country is headed our politicians keep on atthe Citizen as a tax pumped for this or is billboard- us in the British Empire,' San Francisco Chronicle 1931. difference be. and British tax- only to the fact that the started their tax.spend- first. We will catch up if our politicians way. Judging from schemes proposed--Congress to put more horse. the tax well. then shows that ncome tax rate starts per cent on the first $850 of and immediately 25 vet cent on the hal- Current Comment From Washington Although there has been no formal vote on the matter, it seems certain that the Senate will not lend its approval to the cancellation of the war debts The President's Message has been read to both the Senate and the House. It emohasized the necessity for universal dis- armament, and pointed out that the economic depression in this country was a reflection from abroad, rather than the result of speculation or other unwise con duct within our own borders Relief measures were discussed, Recommendations regarding Banking, national development, and many vital matters, were v I DR. E. W. FRANKENSTEIN Optieal Specialist 1,000 patients in Henderson County. Stirnmn's, Athens. Texas First week each month. Stops Headache in Five Minutes Wonderful Formula Ends Aches and Paine Almost Like Magic Something Better and Safer Thousands. of men and women are now stopping throbbing, sick, dizzy, splitting headaches, as well aa 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 nurses be- cause of the quick, efficient way it relieves all types of aches and pains without depressing the heart, or causing any otlmr harmful ef- fects. A-eel quickly stops the most severe pain, leaving the patient re- freshed and feeling fine. Especially effective in women's period pains. OTo quickly prove to yourself that this is truly a remarkable formula, ~u~t step into your nearest drug afore and get a package of A-YOh for a few cents. Take a couple of tablets right there If your pain is not gone in five minutes, t h~ clerk will return your money. 9 , FOR SALE--Ribbons for Rem- ington portable typewriters-- THE NEWS. Seeing is Surely Believing AND that's the reason we are so anx'ou to have you allow us the pleasure of cleaning, repairing and pressing your clothes. It's the way to learn that we are best equipped to do choice work. @ @ Athens, Texas Thurs. Nite. Dec. 31--10:45 and Friday, January 1st EDDIE CANTOR in "PALMY DAYS" with Charlotte Greenwood Come to this show and start the New Year with laughter Saturday, January 2nd Freighters of Destiny with Tom Keene Saturday Night, Jan. 2nd A New Show at 10:45 "The Girl Habit" with Charles Ruggles Sunday-Monday, Jan. 3-4 "Street Scene" with Sylvia Sidney, and Estelle Taylor. This is an excellent picture. The Liberty magazine gave it four stars. Tuesday and Wednesday January 5-6th "Way Back Home" with Seth Parker One of the best ten picture- made during 1931 Thursday, Jan. 7th "WICKED" In addition to made. The oaper concluded by Eyes examined Free with Victor McLaglen and are various taxes on stating that, although legislation -- = - -- Elissa Landi many kinds of reg- must be directed largely to meet . , lttalaKOI Ladies' Matinee 10c artd heavy surtaxes on could justify a departure from mili ' C arlie 3ay I above $(],800 a "vea'r. the sound principles of govern- Julius Fowler, Mar. ment Among other peats m ing, the Chronicle says; " ' tt Britain has come to the message, some members J ishing tax situation bv. a question the President's views llw,i ' . --. . . . tngnding" f gvernment spend" n the war debt mratrium' and ]abilityapending,of the withOUtnation their haSmessagebeeu suggestedmight, havet hhada t " ' J I I st0f the remainder of the house is considering a] i ase h. not been duegroup t change in its rules' with a vieW,jab] 'i HtlPY but to the desire of politi- expediting the tra nsaction of its I to taffy or that business. The Republicans owers. We have the same for not getting down to work,i i There really are., EAR if politicians in this c0un-i and the latter reply that it is] . Uo .oon. st.., .o .... ; Uota-,.[ t.7 NEll 1o will do-the same thin better to be slow and sure than! t R, od ca .. I Some people clew , , ow.... I ,that ffm could be, bring the United States to] to be speedy and sorry, M r. | T two boys who, wrote :'Now #tand out. don't think there's any .............. [ jL :,na, xou re uone can always question but that they have succeeded I k~oi~tl~d ~ ~l~d ~ f. me sorry pass, unless the ~arner aectmes me use oz me / be depended on for a good song. with a bang. ] over opporLftmlt " calt a halt '--Mfg. Bureau ] Speaker's motor car, on the | Gu~ Kaha, who writes the and In a song of this sort the matter ' "' / "~reu ,seato WhO l~ responsible ,or the of tefflpo iS quite important it the l and fl~en apologize, ~..._ [ground that its upkeep costs| music, have countless hits to their one singing or playing it wants to i ~ror ~e~'~K i1~ ~'~ au ............ t credit, e~'~d everyone on Tin Pan Kl- et the most Out of It I fin Iiii Th i _ . .. / co~sis~enUer, mere. one _o~ cue moat must be taken slowly, so that its mole- ] * *---~" * . 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