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: : ,, :!, MALAKOFF NEW? They v e Never Tasted a Tonic! THZhSE not patent medicine once or twice a week will avoid all ildren. Their appetite needs this. It contains fresh laxative herbs, no coaxing. Their tongues are never active senna, and pure pepsin, and coated, cheeks never Dale. And their does a world of good to any system bowels move just li~e clockwork, --- oung or old. You can always get because they have never been given this fine prescnptmnal preparatmn a habit-forming laxative, at any drug store. Just ask them fo! You can have children like this-- Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin. and be as healthy yourself--if you ~hilOw the advice of a famous family Get some syrup pepsin today, and p.~ysieian. Stimulate the vital organs, protect your family from those l~ne strongest of them need help at bilious days, frequent sick spells times. If they don't get it, they and colds. Keep a bottle in the medicine chest instead of cathartics grow sluggish. Dr. Caldwell's syrup that so often bring on chronic pepsin is a mild, safe stimulant, constipation. Dr. Ca]dwcll's syrup Wh en a youngster doesn t do well pepsin can always be employed at school, it may be the liver that's to give clogged bowels a thofough I~T.. Often the bowels hold enough cleansing, ~uth none of that painful pomonous waste to dull the sensesl griping, or burning feeling after- & smmn~ul of delicious svrun nensin ward. "It isn't exnensiv~. Students Make Honor Roll The following eighty students of ghe Malakoff Independent Schools are placed on the school honor roll for the past six.weeks Imried for having made a straight "A" re ort card This number is an increase of 12 over the last roll. llth Grade Irene Riddl esperger. Junior Ady 'Jewel Johnson, Alyne Wortham, Evelyn Weir, Erma Berryhill, 8yble Reese, Robbie Lee Sher- man, Fay Wilbanks, Annie Lach- er. 10th Grade Nellie Hall, Christine Lindsey, Thomas. 2nd Grade Jeanne Peurifoy, Augustin Gareia. Mollie Lee Derden. Lynn- dean Kirby, Evelyv Jackson, Marie Perdue, Audrey Rogers, Lois Brown, Leo Bcggan, Rachael Soldana. Edith Thomas, Bonfacio Pina, Vivian McGregor, Marie Scroggins. Carpal Johnson, Ur- sula Cross, Gladys Joe Robertson Antonio Vargas, Luin Kirk, Ka tie Nell Deas, Edgar Owen Jack- son, Truman Lee Griffith. 1st Grade Atwood Weaks. Ruth Druce, Vernell Allen, Billy Scholl, Fay- rene Kirk, Eugene Martin, Mau. rine Boggan, Jessie Garlington, Weldon Rivers, Bobble Orrick, Travis Matthews. Evelyn Whitehead, Allen Dale Mexican School Hgunsel, Ernestlne Orrick . Victoriano Var as, Brigada Fran- 9th Grade [co, Manuela Gonzalez dry Flagg, Martha Dee Tid-I laere, Maude Hall. [ From Etklmo to Pore Strange as It may seem. It IS mild 8th Grade Ion good authority that the nearest Joe Ady, Martha Huff, Sara relative of the tiny pet pomeranian Orl~ck, Is the stalwart Eskimo dog, the wolf- l like pack animal of the frozen north. 7th G ade One noteworthy characteristic that these two have In common with each Loyd Laney, Irma Slaughter, Doris Mitchell. 6th Grade Martha Carson, Helen Neal, Norma Orrick, Ruth Neal. 5th Grade Bilhe Gray Payne, Elizabeth MCGregor, Maurice Sherman, Imly Lucas. 4th Grade Martha Beaird. Vivien Kirby, IneZTanner, Joyee Ginn, James Binford Clark, Joy Bradley, t other and with other northern breeds of dogs is their habit of currying their tails curved over their backs It is thought tbat the northern dogs devel. oped thls trait to keep their tails from dragging in and becoming caked wlth snow.---Detroit News. Th* Kaher's Exil. Th~ former kaiser of Germany fled as a fugitive to Holland on the ere of the signing of the armistice, ahd a day after he had abdicated his thrcm@. He crossed the Dutch frontier In an auto. mobile and went to the home of Coun! Bentlnck at AmerOngen. near the town of Arnhelm, where he remained ~or more than a year. In the meantime he had pt~rchased an estate at Doors. near Utrecht, and was later Joined by his wife and a retinue of servantL 3rd Grade Beatriz Garza. Elbert Penning- ton, Dorothy Smith, Cameron Miteham, Mildred Perkins, Oteta ! i | II II II II II | II i CLEANINg.... .Since we have moved to our new location it's our aim to give to Malakoff and our customers the best cleaning that's possible. We have in- stalled a dry cleaning plant and are in a posit- ion to handle your work, whatever it may be, and to continue to give you the service that you require and we know that when the time tested principles, sound dealing and good ser- vices, are understood, the attitude of our custo- mers change: relations become more friendly. And when better cleaning and service can be given to Malakoff people, Malakoff Dry Clean- ers will be in a position to serve you, FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR INTENTION Malakoff Dry Cleaners N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor III I I .... i,. i~,, .... ~11 _ .... . -) _ I J , , i , i ii i ii i i The 1933 Electric Dollar is bigger, buys more, and has a far greater purchase- range of needful services for the average home. It buys over 50 per cent more home electric serv- ! ice than in 1928. In these days when value is the first consideration, it is interesting to know that your home service Electric Dollar is worth 12 cents more than the - average dollar spent for other living expenses. The growth in popularity of electric service in the home is due totwo - major reasons: First, electricity is cheaper, and, second, modern electric servants lighten the burdens of home-making in almost countless ways. Yes, Electricity IS cheaper . . . and far more serviceable to you. Based on figures of the, United States Departme, nt of Labor ex $ Wet I il I , I , [ III i s ..................... - ....... _- -. T~ES NEW sO~ i] II Ii s Canned pineapple, familiar food dell. cacy on the American table for so a many years, Is seen today In a new role. New food research has found | that canned pineapple Is a valuable source of five necessary minerals and | vitamins A, B, and C. Authorltles recommend two slices or an equivalent | amount In crushed pineapple or tld- , bits In the daily menu as an aid In | | maintaining health. In addition to Its mineral and vitamin content pineapple haa heel1 found to be a valuable aid to ISMI oll of prot fluo luch n me t eggs and to the prevention and relief of acidosis. A beneficial dietetic change wrought by temperatures dur. lag the canning process Is said to make these findings true of the cannel rather than the raw fruit. Smart hostesses following the new dietetic advice, are serving the new pineapple cup made from the canned crushed fruit or tidbits as the first course for dinner or two slices for the break fast fruit, luncheon salad or for the dinner dessert. And their guests pro. claim It deilcloull, In the deep of sorrow, one wishes to commune with oae'i spirit and with the spirit of the recently delmrted. One wishes to be soothed by prayer and the organ' gwoet voice. Practical details of the funeral, at once important and un- important, should be far in the background, eared for by a sympathetic and competent director. 3. A. BALLARD, Director Day Phone 100 MALAKO 'F Night Phone 25 [ Buy What You Canln Malakoff