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February 10, 1933     The Malakoff News
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!:,~,~' , ; ~ ~U','- ~ 4~= •~ L_ --7 , • ) | . :. ,.- .... | , ,,,, J ....... , .. : ..... --,----l/ ....... e . ! THE MALAKOFF NEWS ' N r For et :. , T . Days We eve g ,. a Entered at the Postol~ee at _Malakoff as second class matter, t - -. - .-- _- :_ __:_. - _-- - . -: -.- _. . - .--- ; I,. ]L J • ]i Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. I l"~,~~//~///~"////////////~/,//~////J///////~/J~ Z ~-~ ~ J ],' _ ~. i~ .n case of error in adver,isement this paper will not be ~.i~ff~ ~, .ponsible for more than thecost of the advertis~ment. I I !"///~ ~7/ I I [~ ~il I:, ................... ~ ,~ " , .... ' -- :'- .... ' ...... I I Iv///A .. ----~... ~ 17/~ I i I~' [~ I:[ WlllLI~ YUU WAll~ .t, , ........ . ~I ~ ~ ~//~l r~ .~, ,~oon~ "~ I ~~/'z'/,I I II~, ~ ~ l:i Run down heels are not ~ l~. " ' ' / , ! : " I II I k ! /7/A / I ( I,I ing worn this year. Ne'th , 11151 • OO /1 i il I I "/////I l " '"• ) I I I If: are punctures soles. Th* //, /', fly and inexpensively men i ....... ' " )the countr communit is where] i I ""---'--7/ --" "--- I //, / I I ft q . • • • Around the Town i LZc2£ g:inng::r:eo;::e o~::1 l I ';A ~ ~ ~ ;, I l II i~ ~ [i .. :. _ i i il • ' J OD jonnson - City has had its run. Whilel I ! %! I ! .i a| I I Shoe and Harness Shop ~lheMalakoffcemetery during cities were heading the parade, l I ] ~ ~ ~'~ " C ~" "~h~ ~" ~ ~ ' ' I I ~ ~ ~ ' i -- ' l ~ L '~ ' the, past, few days, haSv ,takenear°n' it was cit~ men who led it. NowI. ! I ~ [ ,~, X _ "~J-~l ~! ,, I Ar~'~ ~ a I. " -: .... - ;mi I~hOOhonor a w)ndertully impro edapp - good roads and automobiles are I ! //[ Y f t "] ] ] ' ante. Those who are interested' giving the country community] L*"" A /, f Ilil / I, ; 'A", should drive and takea look. i almost everything that the cityt t-c--I '/ [ l II DR.C.H. NASH i!] lean .... Groceries are che.aper in Ma!-ihas, on topof the kind of life] ["'~i , I ] [ Illl ~-.I [l DENTIST 'i~ re|l, ak:~ff. If you dot~t thmk so, .asK ' that the city ne~er did and never[ i~l I ~ll'~,~i~, 'A~~[ i [Ill ]11~] lilnOfliceKilmanH°spitalBuildl~ the lady wlm sent her daughterlwill have., [ I _ -4---- 1/ i I II [1111 tl Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs~ Iren, for a dime s worth of cabbage toI Farmers cooperative assoeia-[ I :--/~Ill#g(/ I I II ttl /I EACHWEEK make salad for lunch .... Even ', tions will head the parade in the] [ ] i ]l | [i m "Jewel the ladies who have bought the i new movement as chambers of] [ ] [I / ]' , vely , . , ' , ] yble new headgear, donthke em .... I commerce led in city building.I ....... \', "1 I lJ / 1, an, Manyruraland out.of-town Pa-]rhefarmcommunity that gets] - _ . . I I I II .I A BALLAR ,r. Irons were grocery buyers here t the most out of this newage willl - ..... I I ]l ..... _ ' "- " -- "'- ...-, 1 UNDERTAKER : Saturday-theres bound to be albe the one that does the most, I I -: " __T ..... \ ,,1 I ] reason .... There's something dif- l and it will have to be through/ i -'-- " N ] lEmbaiming--Caskets Nel Evel ut Wezr's Pharmac ' b " r ferentabo " y I cooperation--work, not medicine I I grr/ , . -' ) | and Am ulance Se vice HDua More than 75 loads of junk t The farm coo eratives are in " \ .... " • ' ° • , I i """ . _ .I tl Day Phone 100 Nite Phon4 were hauled out of town last lthe full sense of the word, civiliz-I ! --- -"° " -