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THE MALAKOFF NEWS i " Texas,has an automobile for I I | I ! /4aM~"/-/dJha~\ /i~ I I" ..... ot,.~r~ / :,.] Malakoff Lodge, 885, a 9 " . O4OO/- - : I.O.O.F, meetsevery ed with an average for the United ! ! Ig' . I lght in Odd Fellow's States of one for each 4.23 in- i [ l i [ W. building. Visiting habitants.--Authority: Ameri I I I members always welcome, can Motorist Association, i I I ) i G. E Matthews,,N. G I. W' Nolen, Sec y. Texas has one of the few tur- I.Pooe PA I quoise mines in the world, locat- lilt I vIT S.HIM L 4| II I ! .______Z_.______J Mal o 757, Aed near Van Horn near the Cul- ./ & A M. meets the 2rid. berson County line --Authority: ursda night in each month. Van Horn Advocate. Viuiting members welcome. Texas has 797,695 acres of land J.A Moore, W. M, under irrigation and 1,567,642 Wayne Evans, Secy. acres irrigable, according to the I',i Census Bureau. Two counties-- REBEEAH Lodge, No. 300 meets Hidalgo and Cameron with 229, Performanee proves Chevrolet ryMonday night at I. O. O.F. and 155,804 acres respective the Great erlean Value HaLL Visitors welcome, ty--have almost half of the Ruby Martin, N.G. State's total. Florence Nolen, Secy. The new Chevrolet Six is a fine performer, It main- grain elevator in the Unites Its ~O-borsepower engine operatei with unsur~ ....... ........ t Texas has the largest port 1 tainshlghroadapeedsataneasy-workingengine~peed. C otto. Belt Sates--at Galveston. Capaeit Schedule 6,000,000 bushels and to handle - ' ......... ~ economy. Six cylinders enable you to do what you want NORTH BOUND 500 carloads of grain a day. T 1" The Sprmg Trotteur --creep along, accelerate, climb hilh, go fact--and do ' No. 104 ............ 10:08 P. ~J ' " ~ ~ ~ ~k l_~ ~ I~U l l"OUl~l~l . ~ it all smoothly, quietly--with little mhiftlng of gears. Train No. 102 ............... 6:33 A..M Business To Solve ~.~v ~~m~ ~ : ..... . ~ . ~ r~ Step Into a Chevrolet and dave. Let performance, SOUTH BOUND Unemployment ' ~ Elephants ~ too, prove Chevrolet the Gr~at Am~rtam Vcdu~. Train No. 101 ......10:52P. M Mrs. J. L. Evans handed the ~!~AfJi!csand In- A ngw economic era, with bust- editor. a dollar. Saturday for the ~ mrger~'ll,e~ ~ ~. f~,),,l",n~e~-,,-a~retou~:er, and have longer , New low prices . GEN M for unemn]nvrn~nt i~ t]a~,nlntr in "~ ~ ~~nllar. In nath, e Feat, Mtda. SpK~d,:~quipm~at extml, low ddi,m,~d ~ ness assuming the responsibility News another year. o ve ?er, TR C]z~T~et new low p~ range from $475 to 11650. All ~f.o. ~. AN "" :-."-'"': ..... T.A. Bartlett, Jr. was in.~ s~a~e they feed at night on w,y UNDERTAKERS !he optnlon or Colonel Artlaure".... ~....'.....-o ..... .2-....e'/~th" ~ ~-tiieyre~frults l~lrks, roo-ts and weans, Chairman of the Presi .,a on uumncaa oa uru y at .er- ~, dead's Emer encv ommittee for noon. quire about 600 pounds of hay ... .o , , o2: NEW t VnO sax- Employment. ( , . . , sweet Th@ G~a$ Am~n'iean Vague ,,. .-.... i, ~ ~ __ . ~ ~ potatoes, etC. Arising out of this and earlier 15OnDle l~ee Konerr~ returnee fl (~ ~{Lwe,~. ~*--s,aver vn~o~ dmressiGns," Colonel Woods says Friday from a visit to Wichita , , . i ( "we have the beginning of-- n Falls , ........... FUNERAL SUPPLIES era in which business manage. Miss Gertrude Hughes of Jack. I E.A. TANNER MOTOR COMPANY Call ELMER ROBERTS meat realizes its responsibility Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lynch s0nvilte s .......... ..I Malakoff, Texas and Mrs Dou . , pen the weeK-ena ne.=, toward the continuous employ glas Lynch of z ir , with Mis o,.:,_. I DAY NIGIIT " " - s Ch o ,en. I fnent of the producing unit, land are visiting her sister, Mrs. I "- --" " which is also theconsumin unit J. W. Robertson and family here ............ I f18 IF las,.xl~ L,O 8L " " " .... this we-k eeTne t ig rrau ann what/ - z ustness men Know toaay that e . , ..... . / " " - plC means onuay ann lues- their employees are also their ........ d " J : " .... " t ay. MAGUI E'S CAFE customers. Miss Archa Flags and ,, = :_: [ He made it clear that plans of[ Roberts were Corsicans visitors[ ............ 1 mrs rea wnl eneaa was a individual corporations for re- [ Monday. . [, . . . | A place to eat that's hard tobeat lieving or preventing unemploy- 1 _,. vusiness visitor in Athens lvion- / You ll find is our Cafe; ,, I day. [ Tbe, e~c, king is good is the food, :ent so far had been experi-] Its served the very best way. Ray Jarvis of Hubbard and l "-' ........ ....... ": .......... enmt, but expressed the be-[Floyd Smith of Dawson wereI . T ~ .... / The spring wotteur is'a one-piece When your wife goes awa j to spend the day hef that whtle no common plan T k' Dessert ann b o icnoll frock efe al)l ,, " /business visitors in the city Me- I ...... p. , v done in" tweeds Ib( And leaves the cupboard bare had emerged, ....... common prlncl- |day ...... " " [ were business .... visitors in Athens[ dress' In tim picture" Is of green" and~ Don't feel abused or even mmused" pies,are beginning to be appar-/ .a ]ant ........ " "i I Monday. | white mixture, with touches of white "' Just try our bill of fair. eat ' . i orotl ~-~ .... t ~ " .... / pique at the neckline and cuffs. When you put on a party and want to eat hearty " 7- Jett Crawfo/ d and F. E. Dud ~ .... With friends that are jolly and gay, -; Vmay be that the depression son ......... -:T. r, ,: ...Mr :" Oro_rg.ff rd,[ - - ........... I Jhhg-to d~, WB'~gW, e~t,_toyou . . " v - I are accenmng me Oil ........ .... will pro e the means of develop- Fiel rial i- ....... attended the funeral of J N I D. n Ia to go to MAGUIRE'S Care, . _ . , u i u raies[lne [nlS week ~ ,, ,- . .... ", I .,-i. v , ~..,~., ~ ~,,x. ~.,, mg an lnciustriai consciousness .... oyatl, oz tDorstcana lvionaay. [ PHYSICIAN a d that will preven unemployment ' .% ....... "' I " n SURGEON . J. D. MAGUIRE, uan yai) ann .ti.arry. riagg Mrs. C, E, Bowman and littlel Office with Flagg Drug Co, in the future. ,. Jr. were bustness visitors in Dal- son, Charles Elmo returned Sun-I MALAKOFF .=" " : " las Monday. i Oregonmns Trekked On , day n ght from an extended vtslt ! Aspirin is like an old friend, When Mormons Stopped and true. There is no satisfao On July 24, 1847, a caravan o~ Ira- substitute for either one. Gem migrants, then regarded as fanatics, Aspirin is the accepted emerging from a canyon, looked out for pain, Its relief may al upon the Salt lake valley. '~Thls 1~ relied on for an occasional] the place; drive on," said Brigham to head-off a cold, or fo~ 1 Young, thor leader. That event, which tun/ed out to be pain from neuralgLa, neu. historic, Is commemorated today by Bayer Aspirirl 'genuine" in red, and on th box. Bay~ Manufacture ~allv~ltcacid it to,ken a dose of soda little temporary relief of gad stomueh, Phillips Milk of Mag. completely checked. tramluilized, this form of relief to worry about your diet & new freedom In eating. ts D*t a. too. Use ib whenever breath signals nee( Physicians wiil tell yo~ falthfal Mormons. Their achievements in the lnter~'en- lug eighty-eight years constitute one of the marvels of western daring and dolng, but the trek of the Mormon pioneers from the Missouri frontier to Great Salt lake was comparatively Rex Parker of Kerens visited relattves in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs, F.F. Gano and children of Dallas spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E G. McIntyre. oi Pbillipa Milk m many times its in acid. Get tlm genuine, the ia Imitation, CharlieVandagriff spent the week-end in Athens with his sis. ter, Mrs. E. W. Noble and family easy when considered against the e.arller movement over the Oregon Mis Clarine Chapman of Lon trail to the Paelfl( Northwest. Morris College, Jacksonville When the Oregon pioneers reached the Rocky monntalns they were yet to face the more dlfficuJt and dangerous half of the long Journey. Yet to be traversed were the desert plains of southern Idaho, tim canyons and steep ascents of the Bl:~e mountains, the rugged a(ld formidable cascades, and the deep forests that hemmed in the Wllllamette valley. The Mormons ended their trek In July; the Oregonlana In November or December. Tim Mormon movement was In 1S-17; the Oregon trail bad been well beafen by successive heavy migrations In 1843. 1844, 1845 mid 1846.--Spokane Spokesmau-Itevlew. spent the week end her 6arents, Mr. and Chapman. Impreuive Scenes in Fijian National Dance The reeks, or mHional dance of the F'iJhms, plays an Important part In all ceremonies on the islands. As many ns two tmnch'ed young natives, most gorgeou.~ly dressed, will take part In a meke, which may be described as a legend told In song and dance. Sm times It deals with a famous tribal battle of old, Tim dancers carry either spears or clubs, and go throagh many" of tile "movements of the battle--the stealthy approach to the enemy's Jlnes. the hurly..bruly of the combat, and then the triumphant return when the warriors are greeted by their chiefs, their sagos, and their women. For an hour or more, without the least In. terval, a meke wilt continue Its way, every action explaining Itself, every step most precisely executed. The leaders of the mekes are always p~H'tlcularly fine men and they wear wonderful tappa robes with trains If you are going to progress, your diet must help--not hin- der your progress. BUTTER.KIST BREAD is food for the up-and.coming Full of nutrition, it gives vi- tality and health. Bread is the ally of success. Eat plen- ty of it-three times daily. Ask your grocer. I with relatives in Temple; Athena, Tez FOR SALE--Good used Corono portable Typewriter. In excel. lent working condition and looks like new. Terms to responsible parties. See it at the NEWS Office. Many and Vari.d A youngster was starting to school and learning to spell. "What does A B C spell~" he asked of his mother, "~othlng," she replied. "Well, does X Y Z spell anythlng~" here with ha again asked. And again the an- swer was "nothing." Mrs. Guy a small girl who had stood by, 11a- t tenlng intently, remarked dryly, "Seems like there's a lot of ways to spell nothing." Read the Advertisements. 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