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"fl ill i- , " - rl ~" i~/~ 1 I ~ ]1 rff I I IIII I I I I I I I J " '" ! i /~-= ..... Jii i i i I t THE MAL'AEOFF NEWS ~- I L L i I , i ii I i Do you realize that every time you give a druggist a prescription to be filled you put your life in his hand1? The slightest error he may make in'.filling it may mean tragedy. That is why we take great care and check several times each prescription before it leaves our laboratory. We are conscious of the trust imposed in us. B OUR Market is strictly sanitary and is ade- quately equipped to serve our patrons. The meats you select here are of the best quality we can buy and we can alway be found in the event any purchase is unsatisfactory. Guard your family's health by buying your fresh meats direct from cold storage. You save nothing and take too many unnecessary chances when you do otherwise. A Specific Service Malakoff, Texas Telephone 10 Malakoff, Texas Sixty.Four Students Added To Honor Roll The following sixty four stu. dents of the Malakoff Independ- ent Schools are placed on the Honor Roll for the past six weeks period for having made a Straight-A report card jn all su bjec is. The number is somewhat low. er than the previous periods due to poor attendance caused by the measles. Many of these who have been absent have not been given the examinations. A few of these will likely make the Roll. ]lth Grade Junior Ady, Syble Reece, Faye Wilbanks, Jewel Johnson, Rob- bie Lee Shermam, Annie Lacher 10th Grade Christine Lindsey, Evelyn Whitehead, J, K. Derden, Er- nestine, Orrick, Allendale Houri. ae], 9th Grade Maude Hall, Mary Hall 8th Grade Martha Huff, Sara Orrick, Joe Ady. 7th Grade I rma Slaughter, 6th Grade Martha Carson, Rubble Moore Andersen, Dorothy Mac Bird- well, Norma Orrick. 5th Grade Billie Gray Payne 4th Grade Inez Tanner, Vivian Kirby Joy Bradley. Martha Beaird 3rd Grade Plata Thomas, Beatriz Garza Daniel Soldana, Mildred Perkins Cameron Mltcham, Ouida Owen Thomas Johnson. 2rid Grade Joanna Peurifoy, Luin KArk, Bonfacio Pins, Vivian McGregor WE have some real bargains in used Radios. All guaranteed. WEIR'S PHARMACY Funeral services for Mrs. L, J. M, Sutton, who passed away at the home or her son, M. B Sutton in the Cross Roads corn munity, Sunday morning, wer held at the Judson Cemetery in Anderson county. Mrs. Sutton was 87 year. of age. She is sur rived by three sons, S. L and M. B. Sutton of Cross Roads ano H. J. Sutton of Palestine; and one daughter, Mrs. R. E. John- son of Palestine. SPECIAL-- $3.00 Permanent Waves, 2 for $3.50 Permanent Waves $:).00 to $6.90, guaranteed Finger Waves 15c. Will trade for anything of value. Perma- nently located at Mclntyre and Young's Barber Shop.--MRS ROY BROWN. TWO39c tubes'of McKesson's Shaving Cream for 39c at WEIRS J i News has been received from the Methodist Hospital in Dallas, stating that Fred Whitehead who last Saturday, underwent a serious operation to his head, is getting along very nicely, NOTICE---7"have moved my fruit stand to the Swanson build ing adjoining Clay's Barber Shop. Will appreciate your business.- WILLIS BEAIRD. GET a big Ice Cream Soda at WEIR'S only 10c j Local Talent is now rehearsing the three-act play "Rosetime" a musical comedy which is to be Ing was turned over to entertain- ment features. An interesting program of music and readings was presented by little folks from Trinidad. Refreshments, including a barbacued pig, were served to more than 80 guests. YOU can get one quart of good Varnish for 33c at WEIR'S. Mrs. Fred Whitehead a n d daughter, Miss Evelyn and Rich- ard Tanner spent Wednesday in Dallas with her husband who is at the Methodist Sanitarium, They report him doing mcely. Carney Kirby a n d Russell Owen were Dallas visitors Sun day. R. A. Brown spent the week- end with relatives in Abilene. He returned home Sunday night accompanied by Mrs. Brown's sister. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ell, son. The carnival which has been playing the city the past week when they attempted to move Wednesday morning, found that their Ferris Wheel and Tractor had been legally tied by a local transfer man. I t seems that they had failed to pay transpor- tation costs when they moved in. i i LINE.0.SPORT --Jotted'Down By A Reader-- Postponement of t h e track meet gives the boys more time to prepare for the events .... We didn't know there were so many school children in declamation contest Friday night Longest Epitaph Relates Appreciation of Doctor Some time ago there was found hid- den in the cellar of an old house in the city of St. George, Bermuda, s linage brass toml~ tablet dated 1778. On it was found what is considered to be one of the longest epitaphs on rec- ord. It is also believed to be one of the most elaborate eulogies ever pro- nounced on a human being. Recording the good works of a welbknown doc- tor of the times, the tablet, ~hich was placed in St. Peter's, the oh]est church in Bermuda, reads as follows: To the memory of George Forbes, M D., whom living a singular com. ,IMaeency of manners joined with result :useful talents and eminent virtues. Rendered highly esthnable, blessed with a convivial disposition, In the cheerful hour of social festivity he shone irreprehenslble and an agreeable companion, ever asslduous In further- lng good humor and the enjoyments of sociality friendly to mankind. His endeavors to mitigate the evils of life which he bore himself with temper and philosophy were not alone confined to the healing art, long exer- cised "by him with much reputation, but were likewise exerted in compos- Ing differences, restoring ancient friend- ships Interrupted and promoting peace, harmony and mutual good understand- Ing amSng his felh)w men, having ac- quitted himself with approbation in tl~e several relations of life. As he had lived, respected and be- loved, so he died, lamented and re- gretted for those virtues and many others which though not enreglstered on this tablet are forever engraven on the loving memory of his surviving friends. lie died .Iau'y 9th, 1778. aged 68 years.---Pathlinder Magazine. Source of Mother's Milk Scientists of the Carnegie Instltu- tlon of Washington have discovered the hormone, or gland secretion, that causes and governs the production of mothers' milk, Pathfinder Magazine reports. Dr. Oscar Riddle, Robert U. Bates and Simon W. Dykshorn, of the Institution's department of genetics at Cold Springs Harbor, N. Y., are credited with the find. The hormone Finance is as distinct and definite a profession as there are. And you need the services of meet certain problems just as you need a doctor your body or an architect for your house. That's it's sound and practical business economy to call your bunk whenever you need aid or advise on any matter pertaining to money. We can always First National Malakofi, Texas By CORRESPONDENT Miss Lahoma LaRue of Love. lady is spending a few weeks here with her sister, Mrs, Henry Thomas. Little Edith Murel and Roy D. Thomas have returned from a week-end visit with their grand- parents in Baxter. Mrs, Clyde Evans is planning to move next week to Winfield to make her home. Mrs. Vista Cude of Malakoff and her father, Emmett Kelly of Mississippi have been re-united after a separation o f fifteen years. A full Gospel-Fellowship meet- ing will be held in the band hall over the Richardson building in Athens on March 30th. All day services will be observed and dinner will be served. Everyone invited. Charlie Thompson has stepped out with a new Chevrolet. Henderson called "prolactln," is a secretion of The writer would be glad for the pituitary gland. The dlscoverers Mr. Hugh Pickei to notice the obtained theirs from the pituitary glands of cattle and sheep. When in- stock running loose in the North Jected into rabbits and guinea pigs it (~amp, since most of the people caused the mammary glands to secrete are putting forth an effort to milk. The importance of the discov- ery health authorities point out, is raise a garden and flowers. that it proves a valuable aid to the Marie Scroggins, William Beaird presented by theLadies' Mission. _._.Sara Orrick and Theima Earl health of babies. Mother's milk is considered the moat perfect food far Audrey Rogers. Katie NeU Dens ary Society o f the Methodist Hounsel with shiny noses after babies. William Sherman, Margie Lou Church at the High School Audi. the play ground hall game .... A T ureas, M 'e Lee er en, eo " i lot depends on the outcome of .......... h alh D d L torlum on the evening of April .... t .... .ay ,-4sis toy mont R""a" -Vo1 n Jack on nloa.o 7th, Miss Hattye Dell Trieves me tennm .m ,c.nes toaav,summer in Greenland only lasts one .'-".,'~ttt .'p ~ ".,,~" r= , .~.~,,.jo of o rt B the Wayne P Sewell Lyceum courage ~in, ~uDy Mae,~ Jewel, day--but it's a pretty long day. There J o e R be son, Lois rown, - " J n:-- -nd Elmo to do their are four months on end of continuous Earl, u mr ............ I daylight. But this has to be paid for Truman Lee Griflith .and Producing Company of At oest.:__j. ~. neavea one JaVelin] In winter, when the midnight sun ., [lantaGeorgia, ishere to direct Ieet Monday .... JaN lviacI gives way to the midday night. For I~ t;vrtttte I ,. Maurine Boggan, Liliian Beck- [me play. , h 't s oked in more tha there are four months of darkness : _ as m na -- montn.=_ ISS w.eeuen _mazlng! borealls--to balance the four of day- ya,rtiAt roe onW ::,rs, E;rg:v : [h:M: t deirMr .es:; sHclaFrizzel' ........... ,tempered by the moon and the aurora a donn McuormacK out of Justin[ light Only for four months out of Matthews, Jessie Garlington, [ g y, Mrs Shirey The high school track[ the twelve do the Oreenlanders have ...... lB. C, Hall and daughter, Miss .- - .... 1 alternate day and night like ours-- I:SOD j U ...... .ICK, /: llh l n aa. Jennie,' ........... Walter l ean ann IamllyWOUld be a creal zo any own or ] Montreal Herald. zexman cnooi Fra ' school .... Did you know that] Ro" l" n ..... nk Dean and family, Charlie asqu?: =::?:nG:nn=ilq:e ;ec Dre snJ f;umnilcYa ofnAthens, first and second place winners [[ Man Who "Died" receive melals at the County [ Tells How It Felt .... n a {l son S tormno Vargas, Brigida Franeo, [Joe and Harrell of Denton, Dr Meet? [ Los A~geles--How does it fee! Ciserm Moreno , , __ ' and Mrs. Duncan and baby of : [ to die--tl~en come back to life? [ In the opinion of fifty-nine-year. Dallas. I-Cent Permanent Wave Spec- I Omllme oays,-,IIi ] ~Uld e~ead''' old W~ndsey who, so far as lal.. Regu r $5 00.Wave $2 75 GET a package of that good Pe-I l[ there isn't much to it. 1[ "Just going away and coming or two xor nampoo ann can Crisp Ice Cream at WEIR'S, [ [I back mused the pioneer aries 3ac. wave setand dried I |'/1..----.N I I r ithmt In county Jail. 25c, _ Mrs. J.G. Fowler and little l I l asin jail, booked on a LaGRACE Beauty Shoppe. daughter, left Wednesday for a] ~0~ "~]~"~"~ ]] ted~harge of having been lu- !t leated , " ........ visit with relatives in Golden.I] ((~ ~ ~ ~'~* "~'L [I II Itx~:t::llwas 'under thethe truth, Iweather,,,,don't bellevehe ex- Plant Your Evergreens, .i .-. . ..:" . L, ! Mrs Roger Harbour and Miss I _ II ................. rtoseaaria nruDs L low. ~"] [[ "You see I had been working 15 " Catherine Chapman were visit-[ t~ ~~ [I to 16 hours a day out in a restau. They live better) in tn Wlnfiel un : " g" " d S day and Mon. ] ] [ rant. I'd Just hada birthday and We have a special on all stoek, day. | ~ "";-J] I, [ I drank a little moonshlne--.Just a L_ / [ "Well, I remember being all right A nice selection of roses, includ o [ ~ I ] couple drinks. ing; Talisman, Hoover and oth. The Odd Fellows and Rebek / .... / I and feeling fine on the corner of er new varieties. Visit our ahs had a most enjoyable bme at | , I First and Rowan streets. plant and see for yourself, the Fellows Hall Wednes-| l[ thazt h de i rrske a dn.e ........ day evening during the regular " , ,.if that stroke 'killed' me It lsn:t :~andera" l'iorai & l~vergreell session or the Henderson County/Io~ m.ovidln" t~are Mid, hi in ~ - ]] ~?ke 'killed' me It isn't Comp.y an'-ol" d f-( -shlon';d ,q didn't feel any paln--JUst felt myself I Cotton Bell Schedule II NORTH BOUND Train No. 104 ........ I:II A, M, Train No. 102 ........ 4:19 P. M. SOUTH BOUND Train No. i01 ........ I:00 P. M Train No. I08_ ........ 8:20 A. M( -Th BEST DRESSED MEN IN THIS CO, t tUNITY Wear International Custom-Made-Clothes WHIr DONyToU ? P. T. KILMAN, Medicine and Sur Malakoff, Texas Telephones 81, 78 @ @ Athens, Friday. March 31-- || with William Haines Madge Evans Admission 10c Saturday, April 1- JOHN WAYNE DUKE the Miracle Horse Admission: lOa. m. toI p, I p. m. to 9:30 .... Saturday Night A New Show! Sunday Matinee, Apr. with Edmund Lowe, McLaglen, Lu El Brendel. Come at 9:30 Saturda and see two shows admission Monday April 3-4-- ROLAN D COLMAN with Kay Francis Admission 10c and Wednesday, April 5-- with Joan Blondell Wallace Ford Thursday, April 6-- WILL ROGERS in with Janet Gaynor, Eilers and Law Admission--10c anc