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THE MALAKOFF NEW8 . i i .... , _ ' -~ j Ro, Mo.t. , i Q,it.., k. Ch--plo. I I I says .. .--" - In hts diary while governor of York~ l.,~.. ,~onst~.a lar-ea- of factory on Hudson bay In 1716, James ~_ ~ ~ LAb"l" S'/~A~'~" . ~'~-"--;" "~-~" -uro~e~ al Knight notes the arrival of a band of : ~ib~ ~!~ ~"'% ao ~amy ~rom. ~u .v~. r~ Mountain Indians with whom he had "q lm ~eW ~nglana ana uanaaa IU *, ...... I ~ -- -" ..... Most ot a great aem ot mscourse." They told ! "ql ~ ~|VE UP 0 ~nmuerame quotas, h " monn 1 him t elf country wasvery grants came from the Brlt sh " ..~ II ~manv and the Scandinaviantainous and of a prodigious height. ! ~,.__ I - 1 , m, uo.,v .rv?.s,? ? ..... .~"l Without it beclear weather I i lll:,:.* K ']I ! ~0US anti SO-Calleu wise cracks, t --. . " " " * ~ : :'; ............. ..a *he"I"xne sea lyes a little way to the west- I ~~, "T~ t -'OLF o }I- our nrst ..... r~orwegtan nailers t wara or tne mountains. This is the t i I " ,h, th lc , t earnest reference tO the Rocky moun-I Il/k :hat .__nder was ._e vo e O ........ - " ,~)~:~l~'-r',l_., ~h~ q'her al that If you [ tams in tne recoras of the Geographic ] I ! n r boa d of-Canada. ..~ ~h.~ ~',~.,~hmen who were I go~'ernor, transmitted to France a I All ~, ~ltli So~lomon Juneau insisted sketch, which the Indian, Ochagach, ~:l~:.~:.... .: 'q , l : ' ..... ~LL~ .......uld -aunt a do-'s i had drawn for La Verendyre showing I ~'~__,_ -~ " "~" ~" "' ~.'"~ "~ ~har~" m~t~~//~Amer~,n ~g,neers' courageare t~ee ;,.Cbe~g~;edovert//b.,,~ ~,.~ ----- _-" as'" Central" :*:America ,_report__."~'__ ." "~ ~ ..~'= r and fhat in this wa~ noodles ] the Grand I ortage rents to western [ ;~~X 1"at tefrie, were orI nanyl Canada from Lake Superior. Thls I i I leextUm.. I I Phillips Milk of Magnmia! I?" _] I Get I ~d that htll~ the ~. Item keep l~l ttnm~ Take it whem~ .r a hearty Immigrants from southern Eu-I The mountains are referred to by/ ~::l: l~" ~::~:::~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "y ~O ~ " ~. Eve~ today 111 luck is attributed. . ] their present, name In Legardeur,, de / i ~ ~" " lc | i Phillips Milk o Magm~la hu Iome of them to the fact that an ] St. Pierre s Journal of 175. He calls / !/ I I ml~lield o endort~m~nt. And Derive ny gave them the evil eye ] them montagnes de Roche. The I SonJa Henle, the little Norweglnb l| ._/ I million, of men gad women they dt e~rly day Pennsylvania Dutch- ] name. is a translation of the Indian ] ,..Irl who has enmq,tured the worh: ! i ~-., "lndlBut~on-" Don't diet, and i living on the~ West side, used to ] name, which in Cree ts assinwatl, In [ by her feels on the ice, Is to rettr: t~ ~ , m~ffer; Just remember Phtlliim. PI*~ "ReD'at the Lord's prayer back- ] Stoney niaha and in Blackfoot rots- ] as World's champion amateur skate~ " i to tdt~e, gad always effective. O~OOrs on a dark night and [ tokls. Viewed from the prairies, the / and will not take p:u't in the Ameri Harem to Assembly I -" -roll " "'-1-m----1--~" " -- " " - "~l'~l[~ll~l~l~lll[~l~l~l~l~lll~l][[l~l[[[~ I ..Th-L name Phillips t* im~or~..~ II e devil" Milwaukee ] Rockies ]present a great wall of rock. / can Olympics She will now try he I=.------------- .... "'''''''''' ....................... ~ Im~munes ~ne genun~ proeue~ "m. th " -- ' r ~ I~ , , [ M~qn~i&" hu beam the U. 8. r~gisl | Italents as n tennis player, h.ving a .... , , tr.~[e mark of tim Chaxhm H. ]~hi " I ! Glee'leas Chaptera in Inament for tile Norwegian ladies [~--~---- l llli l , i~. Phillipl Ilae lgY~. ~ ..... to Have Record Re.. [ Devotlon aud are .separa. :I I' llli-dbli-l. Ill believed that the reign of Pepl / bly associated with the saving of life ] -- ~ ~s,. nt /|o It IU~.ll | ff the ~ixth Egyptian dynasty la/at sea, and even though the oar-pro-]I~.CI .ins IDIItCKI)IF(IliglIIecI --goes where |nvfled and stays I a Milk Iongest on record. According to | pelled boat has largely given place to [ ~. K_4.l.b^l:l~t---- ll._.l.2J |-- I1~ &tll~il:l, ilblIJill~lt~ IJ~l.i~lldll~ltdl Ill where It well treated. "',s ia I of Renry Breastel, Pope 1I as-[ th;nmOto~ llfeboatl the thrill of the/ lVlag.n kt when he was only six years old, | to the wreck still remain. The inhab- [ ~ i ~'~ eat writers estimate the length | nessed many a thrilling and hazard- ] Tne reo wing olaCKDIr(I wnlcrl :ONLY A DOCTOR KNOWS thtll retgn as high as 100 years. The / our rescue, and they will have even/was killed by Lowell Rogersof I[ the way we take care of it how much we appreciate it. It 0NLYA DOCTOR KNOW,' li~ Of LOUIS XlV of France is the, greater confidence in future attempts l Athens Route lea December 23. " WHAT A LAXATIVE ~nd longest on record. He as- l now that their old motor lifeboat has ~ ......... J.t~5~, aCcotcllng tO a comrnunlca aded the throne in 1643 at the age | been replaced by a new and up-to-date |. "''" .... 4~ F~~ I ~ J I " ' ' I I SHOULD BE five and reigned until his death in l craft. ~he earllest lifeboat was de- ] tlon reeelvecl from U. ~. Depart- l" tS--a Perid f 72 years" Francls I signed bY a Frenchman in 1765' but [ meat f Agriculture at Washing" F u~ph of Austr~-Hung~;Y r~g~dl ~:re l:n?cr.eco~d;-hatr:t~v~:vlearvPt~t/ton' D. C. w. banded by Mrs. State Bank lrSt I ~,torta reigned longer than any other / built the first practical lifeboat, in / ff w..uommoas at urystal l~ay, / ' ~l~tnh lloverelgn--U4 years. She as- | 1789, belongs to Henry Greathead. / Minn in the fell of 1930. ~d the throne in 1837 and reigned [ The Royal National Lifeboat institu- | ACOrn. billln~, tl~ hh-d ~ m~t~~, ell heft death tn 1901. Henry lII of | tion, which provides British coasta ] ........ ~g!and reigned from 1216 to 1272--[ towns with lifeboats and lifesaving | DarK! was mscovereo on its leg period of 56.years. The relgn of I apparatug, was founded in 1824---. l bet ring the number 482859 The lr A 1, II tire H of Brazil was also a long one. London Mail. ""'! " -- ..... t "^ "~'- o.^~^- h I i was emperor rurom ~vox to. ~-- / -- i .......... In the nation s highest legis2atlve [ yea. I ileal ~urvey a wasnlnggon, house, the national assembly, IS the I ~lld~-~Lll~llmp' I = POTPOURRI ~: I K\\~I%\\\~\~I~Ii~lPJ~ " "" ..... l Five Natmns m Race I By meansof these metal be. 'llfe story of thls Turkish woman,,I II ********************__***** .......................... * II It~%~A~l~\\\\\\~'~i~llilt~i~__~,L~q~ll~., Vvdi~7~l~#E , . important Investlgatlons relatlve Croodlh Age j to Fred African Oil | Naiyme Samy Hanoum. She has been I I ~ .i. I Ir~ll~'-~=::~/Y~..~-li~Ald, i elected by the voters of Konla. I Mr and Mrs, S. J Hall andI The Pyramids * ] vl- mo ttheofblg'gamewhom arehUntersdeploring' theAf" | ! Par s.-- 'reneh, eIg an, ritlsh,,ta,-|to the migrations and other facts I I little daughter of dacksonvillel p Tl'eres nreyramid in Egyp extending sme t,seventy'flve:1 !l , I an, and American ell prospectors are]in the life histories of North ~appelranee of the country s game, ] In a costly "ell rush" with all Africa | American birds are bein ad ep'ffs Kl[le alre AT I spent Sunday here with his pa-] from Abu nonsh in the orth to * J- Da,mr. in careless selection Ve Uttle to say In defense or the/ as a field of action In an effort to/ , . - 7- oo * Med " h h ' * laxatives, l~y taking me nrst ml ~[ile. They are vicious and l stakeout claims in elm last remaining|Vented. Success in this banding ...... , n 'Ilrents Mr and Mrs S A Hall ummt esout . rlte Great _ ......... rwst NaTional naIIK * ............... Pyramid covers thirteen acres that comes to. mmo. when DaD o.r~tho ~tetlve and valuable animals are 11 unta e flel : !! ....... "| ppd ds and hold them in re- ,work is dependent upon the re- , I ~I., It. ,.n.o'.nrl ....... [~/n.,,. ,headaches, dizziness, nausea, b . re_tO wanaer wltnl~ reaca ot a serve for the day when the old wells| nnrt~ nf n~r~cm~ nn m~tsh hirda ng " [ Mr. and Mrs. RoyCunningham[ 481 feet hlgh. It contains 2300. ....................... ~/ snStma and bwets'l~ "~" ~'lthout onso~[.g ,ne |attel~s/ rHn dr.~ i/t. ...... =__.. ....... ~ ................... -- _neess' ~'~.i.or enerC|' warrls oj[ con, tL;onunue(] irom page 1) I^ 1..,i .... ;.;....~ t.;. --...t.^. ~... I ~ o~) stone blocks ot tort- cubic ~ / ot appet te gy . ~ne~ Buffalo cannot escape. They / Italian test wells In Libya and/cometo their attenuon . , v..~,,...,.,.~u..,~ .,wu~, mt~, ." . ~ . ~" pat,o" n, you- risk forming the laxat about 7 0 eloek Thursday morn.IM I P.nnnlnc~h,m hat.a .qt,nrlo~ I * feet eacll, and its total weight _,*. /h.~;* " caught In the great Jaws and/ along the Red sea have produced[ Migratory waterfowl have been in-wh^n he o-ened u" the in I ............... ~ ................. #'1. Is estimated at 6850,(t00 tons. i~ 1"".~2"" . , , . . . agged under the water and thelr othl 1 n ng t ms far but dust French " t "=- - - - ' .... ' - "h ] " |banded in large numbers a more v v - ( ' , 3epeno on a octor s juag'ment .......... I )ne hundred ti,ousand men ./. " ....... stoege~! m a laraer" unuer t e drillers believe m O! 1 l " cl~oosm our laxative rtere $ t / " they are not far away/.~.... =n .,.,i.no o" er the senti stltutlon, tie i me a~e y not - I it#i;.. 1~1o;.. n ...... ,~n.lloo[ * worked twent.v years to erect It * / . , - . lilts until such time as the creeD- | from a payin~ pool In Morocco and| ~.~.~,,, o v ,. ........ .~. . ,,. ~ ..~..~ .a,..,,~ Dasse~ ,,. "-''"~ * " " * Imade trom the prescription ox e~i~ in need of food. The stories / Belgian englneers have driUiz~ plants,neat and have later been found neu A r r ors oi me lylrs~ 2qa , (~ ]~31 We*tern News~aver Union ~ * -- .r A,h .... h.. ;.[spent several days here the past[, " ' , I spectahst m bowel and stomach onKllfe.e oqUrtl^one2,11bY 1 'e ed_alleth ugh /as farSOuth " .......................... "" I.--, M,.. f'-r---[ |orders. Its or,g,nator tr,ed ,t --n ""ti~'~i ~he sheriff's de-art. I .......................... I ~- I thousands of cases ; found it safe -,, ......... v Flagg. . women, children and old fol~ the protectorate for at least 150 | oil treasure pools of Africa,havlng|ingly, desires a report on every money to the local institution for J .. .......... I cana visitor Sunday. I robust Sman Today, D~ Cahlwe trl; tt wall one of those used by | exclusive rlgtits to drilling test welle | banded bird that may be recov. . . l~lrs. K. 13. Mei~on an(l oaugll- " t lStulrt companles to barter for l on 40,000,000 acres alon~ the west] ....... " " - the transaction of the days bum-I ............. I - - - I Svru~), Pepsin, as it is called, ts aT, gold and slave~. Some Indies- / coast. For eight years they have been/erea as an alcl go nls WORK. _ ___ I ter, miss Annie Vl81~el her I ~x....i i#-- A.b... U .... ".1 world's most vopular laxative. It ItO &gel I working quietly. I ....... _ ". ...... Idaughter, Mrs, Frank Tyler atlan Mrs Fed Birdwell andl composed of fresh herbs and .. ] While in Paris recently, Harry C./ Thn.b~ "In Th~ C~mmt~nltv & nnger*prlnl exper arrlveol .. ,v .......... t a... u Ipure ingredients. ~ou can get t~, I Sinclair revealed that his engineers I ....................... a inthe city shortly after noonandl..' Dorothy Mae were[ generous bottles and ready for . Fir~Resistaaeo / have been. drilling tn Portuguese West | Chest .... ~-~ .... .0.--a.~"- ~'.,~*-t,,~- ....... any urugstore a careful examination fatled tel ......... Iweek-end vmltors m Mmeola. I Thl word fireproof Is probably a ] Africa, but he refused to predict the| ........ ...... :_,_ .~._. _:_ .lmem nome zorn 811org visit. I " , . , [ "I" appropriate term than fire-resist- / outcome. / .............. uncuver anger prizatan ~,t~, tmgu~ ...... I I Bulldlnp can be constructed so The Americans ere working along/ dust a it ne la e, we tulle tins lead to the identity of the rob- ! .......... I Mr. Bray and Mzs. Olivia Jef-I 1 _ Jonn 15anKston aria Kussell ~ r ,t can with tand a complete | 4OO miles of frtcan coast, oil ts]method toshowour appreeiation bers. Aliofthe burglars wore[ ........ [fersonof Corsieana visited Mr.] ~ni[ out of contents without any / fmmd there they will have the ad.|to the ood neonle who contribut uwen were oumness vmlmrs m ~ ~ q[J@,dl ~se of ~tructurel memberL There / vantage of easy shipping. / -. S "; ..... gloves throughout the entire job, I- . .... ]and Mrs. R E. Skiles in the city] .l~q[j wusmce monuay evening ill, Of course," be damage to finish] The British bores scattered |ea to us so DeaUtlIUlly on ueeem- is the of the expert. IJ ' ![ Monday. /J--n~ trim. They can als~ ~e construct- | Egypt and in Kenya and Rhodesia. | her 24, 1930. We assure you one In addition to the damage done I ............ ....... / and all that through your loving m. LL 'owler lezt Monaay on .-- to the vault doors and the safe[ ......... IFoRSALE-Goodclean Bermu / I . adjacent belldings without commu. Dan er Lurk .... ' ttn fire to the tnslde of the build g S Even m kindness m thin time of depres- the total loss of the bank will not la easiness mp m t lauewa er. I "1 sion our hearts were made to re " _ . | ida Hay. Any quantity.--J. A.| _ g,-altll0uSh here again Home, Rink Survey Show, exceed 152500. Both the funds| ..... " -.-. - - -- I JACKSON, City I - =-'.: I tlutil to facing materla an wi w Washln on Beln f " I, _ : _! . . / gt , -- g sa ely at/jeSse even more than tongue can miss mozene ~nlrey remrneal and the fixtures were covered by I ........ , / I 1 gud Snutterl. ~'Ire-reslsuve I home does not always have its bright |tell , ........ Inome unoay Item LioIoen wnerel - ' I : I [] flldln~ greatly decrease the destrue- / side 1 " - .~eu~m~=. ..... ~tmmllofflruinprovidlnglesaoP-| A'surveymadebyalargelnsuranee| May God's richest blessings aoiao,. th:.ocet,,lonodrumlshehas been wmtmg relatives [ FOR SALE CHEAP--FIve room, I!ii'l I . . . : [ y y a 4,ooo Irest on you through this world no dues have as "ei been foundland friends" lhouse in the Phillivs-Bailey Ad-[ ".:: [ I ~lWltl~ for flre~ to starK, less like eom n shows that last e r 2 of repld Irpreau,_grea~er ease o~ l persons lost their lives as a result of/and give you a home at his right ....... -Y -- -, I - , l dition. See or write J. L. CLAY| | ~t~hment~ and leu allard to lden e r ', ace t De u ring In the home, a U oy me IDvesllgatlDg erasers, rne ~lt~borm~lltructures. [total almost.equal to that of the fa.[hand, are the prayers of y0 rser- numbers of the drum will erveJ Mrs. J. A. Fowler and son,.Athens, Texas, or see John T.] I / tal automobile toll for the same year./vants in Christ, ^ ";---- P "rom tt'e m I Gresham and Miss Ora Wiiliams lClay. Malakoff, Texas. /- ~-~[i[~v~ t, ,,.~ , . . ""~'*'I "~ i /~~''.. _. ~ .... 1 In a statement issued by the worn- / Yours very truly which" is" now bei'ng, done, but spent the week.end with rela- I I~I w. [ | . A.D. CARTER and family ......... |tires in Winsboro. NOTICE--Free demonstration8 little results are expecgeclirom I .... ~ - . _-~:.. I I with making errors in Judg- | 25~000 women en----d ~n d .... "- | ' I I ~t b i -- with Magnetic Vitalizer -MRS thin source as thls equpment[ -= ............ 1 ,t by crtucs. It was charges | service and 23,000,000 housewives ex- / " PROGRAM was nrobablv stolen by the rob- [ Born to Mr. and Mrs. Johnie LEONA GULLIqq_'r, Nurse. / .... I [] board had over a perto~ ot years I -^se themselves "- -I ....... t ~i ....... It number of mintages. !* ~that endan er o It , re,mr aecluenm I - hers. : - J Stovan last Wednesday a pair of N. Beaten Street, Corsicana,/ . m g t ler workers. . . . ~,_. ." I W t l states havhlg workman's I For Henderson County Baptist - ' Itwins, a boy and a girl. They Texas. l - s thl~, one of the ea thus at I I 44 anSWo ea )ersonn:rewl?ran:n ; / compensation laws, only one, New ~er- / Workers Conference : ...... l have named them Billie Ray and " : ' ------"/ lll _ _ : types l r " ca e he | ~Y' allows compensation for domestl~ | _ . :e mistakes: :he |workers Injured tn the i;ome. / Meeting With KNOW TEXAS |Berne F'" I .... J" A' FOWLER" M" D" / En.e, Iv admit~ the ; th , / .... t ~_ _ _ - _ __ d?esn't know when he .akes | ............................. | Mslako Baptist Church I Jack Sm|th of Corsieana was a PH$1C[AN and SURGEON J umlaren ~I and, thirdly, the oyster, be-|~ .................. ] ...... =~1 M~nd~ ~'~ohs-,,o~,, 9 10_Q1 m l~e never d~:s ?ym=g. elther || Locks Up His 5tore, tt 10"00a m--Devotional--A. W Texas shipped its second car-lbusiness visitor in they city Sun- Ofl]c~with Weir's Drug Store [ sL _ "ft, V, do not t k e e Dro s Fro .... " ' load of frozen-pack figs from da MA/AltfI I K... | ' l"d tlP' II1" , " - n p m Sight I IClark. .... P:...t.- ....... "he ' rstI , ...... -, ...... I "av.1. at, !4 liars or oyslers. ~0 one - |I ~Lr^--,~ht. Term ~t~..+..t^.. | 1 .It~.~ll,~ ~lt~' u~t~ o~o~,~a~ ~ at ~ - / i._.-_ ag in a large enterprise can fore- | t disav~earance of 'F'man~'w'l~o t J 10:30--The Pastor As a Mis carload having been shipped m o n R rts everything Sometimes hindsight w. . . L the., "o--'i-ht" Boston ]I locked up his Lamer avenue | Islonary--A. T. Pllgreen. 1929 ' " " Mrs. J h obe on and Mrs. ] S,V Z " -- ....~ " -" | meat market and vanlshed, lear- | [ 10"45--The Sunday School " --o.- G.G. Melton left Sunday_. for_ .a nnn ira" /t l:rged ;rer::s n eUt t |Teacher as a Missinary- Mrs. A. visit with relatives in Fort Worth --t -- Texas ships bees to France, _ LInUID orTABLETS Henry Had,on | Iand a dozen coops of" chickens I I W. Clark, L. Murphey. ,oDor ao~, tram mu~ m mourn mrr Hudson made foul" notable | eS eh:ldedteh'zling. | [ 11:10--The Deacon as a Mis. Spare, Japan,el Canada,nations Mexlcoand in Miss Sallie Sue. MeCarty. spent. Cure Colds. Headaches, F ver wit _ . *t9 , and other for Izn - the Week.end wlth relatlves in gAIVI~ dx 1 ,, to America from 10o7 t -'h" Pvae-- an" [sionary--M L. Fuller. .. ........ ---. n ne~gnvors on ~ e a enue. henry " topractically all the honey pro- Dallas..... E~' B "BY" "OLD ~o it's m~e to i* Im o~ u all ~1 fll of a northeastern pass ge to | ............ I| 11"30 %r--on W u White ~ -" "-*'^'~- - n---hw -tern ^ne 1 uom ano ms wtte rentecl the I /" " -- "" duemg" states of the Union. A . uut a w li ,a .little.,--' c,mm*,_ ., lm m ~rU~*~te~caoast;of Sn~tzber~en t store fn August. ~They were tl 12:10--Lunch and fellowship _ _ _. ~ ....... "~' "'~- 1 th ~ n ~v r doing a big business. gemba, e Hudso tie t i| l:30p, m-TheaverageChureh Weslaeofirm recently.madea Mrs. Y.E. Crawleyspent the . 1 ~ ~,~ ~ smpment to mnto J ommgo tm week-end in Gainsville with her .. ram, N IH~ tl~0nlt tna|traltnay, andln 1610-11,bay" HOatWln.the _ = ==_.._. = = = = = = = = =-_ = ==_--===-I~ o/Member as a Missionary--Mrs. public, son, Wyman. of ff~tm bay, and on hla return ~ IVernon Tolbert, L. M. Walker. T e V~ ~ ~ " " -- = l ~ all m adrL't with eight corn- ~ / 12:00--Missions the Motive, the exas r eel e about $3,000,- Mr. ane Mrs. Roy Clark and DEMAND rr in a mmall boat and never |D...~-..~ +k.. l~^,t.^.~, ur A "Of all the dark rays. A girl tidnks the t 'uuS= 000 a month from gasoline taxes, ehildren were week-end visitors FOR COLDS AND FLU oe~ no m;s- wisdom of Solo,,on /Corkern. " three.fourthsgomgto road build- in Cleburne PROMP'I.RELiigil -' Insignificant when / Miscellaneous. Benediction ........ a anatdG --'uaranr, eea ny compared with [ , ink ana one.tourU to pUDIIC l~l[ - FLAGG DRUG COMPAJl~Y.