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THE MALAKOFF NEWS . rt - " , , C.E. Spruill of Powell spent SEEKS ENATE SEAT :!:' ' " ' "" --"" " ..... " ......"':': " | tJf _W_ Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. S :: -:, : ,: : .-. "= IrK , v J M. Cartlidge. ............ i I' [ [odes ' ----- --- !aster [tl :hE Mrs Dodge Gentry and daugh ! .,, ' i mrs. w. -ayne or. arm mrs. i , e ter, Miss Elizabeth and Editor .... " ..... .. --- -- ............ . nan Koyall spent 'rlaay wlsn b cnoll ann zamlly spent me weeK- i ...... ]end wzth relatives in Texarkana. " .......... 1 Lloyd Harris of Trinidad "hand. Alton Laney.of Athens wan a led in a dollar this week for the VlSlmr In me Cll:y unaay. News another year. [ W, E Phillips and F. E. Dod- I Millinery you'll see Worn by Ill [ . . . . [son were Corsicana visitorsTues- IIil[- [ mr ann Mrs. R. Tiner and [ day [ family visited his brother. C. a.l .... ------------ the chic fashionables in the [TineratPine Grove Sunday. [ D and J.lius Fowler of Easter promenade. Modes l ..: . [ Athens visited their parents, Dr. that emphasize the colorful, [ obertSmith of Waco visited sad J A F.wl rhere gun " t "~" "'----~' ~'' "--" ...... " after his graduation ]his ann, Mrs, E. G. "Mclntyre[dav sparkling .note .of Spring-- became famous for a here last week. [ -" irish, which now, after| . [ S:still making triends] =: I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rather and youthtul tn deslgli--intrigu- ,IdweUsS ru Pepsi ' Mrs. Annie Henley and Floyd [ baby of Bullard spent the week-."y. i!! most popular'laxativei[McIntyre visited the Odd Fel-[end here with her parents, Mr tag in crown and brim lines mopte never think ,st W " " i else when they re Is S Home Sunday. and Mrs W E, Philhps. ~achy, bilious, feverisH[ ___ [ and trims. rl breath is bad, tonguo ..... t , fr [ Mr, and Mrs, W.C. Chnstlanl Misses Marseilles Pettigrew , a~re sun mg on. " d Childr s" lack of appetite [and son, Warren and Mrs H. L. [and Marguerlte Glireath an i [Flagg Sr. and Miss Christine[Messrs Claude Bankston and W. [1 S Model i veil s Syrup Pepsin I Skiles spent a few hours Sun- I F. Dodson of Dallas were visitors Cr ~cc~rdbx~g::d th her' n ]day with A. H. Christian at Col, ]in the city Sunday. Mrs L. C. ' an children of We have also just received a large ship" i It is pleasant-tastmg;]lege Station. [ " = Corsicana spent Friday and Sat. mentof children's new Spring Hats in i the most obstinate cases; I .............. I ....... ( ire for women and chiN] t~ ......... ] mrs. Atomic ooagame asp urday here visiting her sister, styles and colorings that are pleasing. ann urs w eopara : e all, it represents a[ " : I" ' ". ". daughter, Mrs. Mable Gentry of Mrs H. L. Flagg. Miss Mary =e of what is safe for the ann eni aren visited relatives in- -,-.... .. [ ...... [Ft. Worth are ,. Flagg returned with them for a Priced " IElkhart unday" [the city this week. short visit. ___._.._ ;: [ Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spruill and.] ...., .. , 50c, 95c, $1.25, $1.50 zli*ll was in Dallas on t children of Powell visited her[ lvlr. ann virs. xruelove W.H. Robertson spent Sunday ,i,:lday. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. HB,land children spent un.ay wi n with his family at Fort Worth. :-Ge [ ... [Laney here Sunday. [Mr. and Mrs. H. R. McNealat === ] IDresden. FOR RENT--Room for rent eith- /- tat Wilson tFORrSafoLr t::a:ri ieni Cma:veae [[ Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Riddle-erj.furnishedD. Evans wasr aUnfurnisbed'visitor in With lights, water and gas. See "The One.Price Store" ,:e the Opening of of. ...... [sperger and son of Cross Roads W, H. FINNEY, City. tthews u'ldin : a once--nugn l)rane xse uom- .. . . t Ma b i ., .... l were wsitors m the czty Sunday aezt tO the ost office pany, Amens, rexas, , p ; - ! ilt and intestinal ills, ! ] Mrs J D Evans and little Naples and Giimer Sunday. Ithe Plevic or ,ans i Mr. and Mrs. Adrian West-i. ,. ' '. .... , : . . ^ laaugn er spen severai nays las ah torms at ,,,u u, ..... Mrs. T. A. Bartlett and daugh- .,:ana . ........... ]week vlmting her parents in Gzl- ters. Miss Theretta and Mrs Jno sea a specialty. erens VlSl ea her szs er, mrs i hmedieine, elec. T.P. Dodson and family here]mer' ,,,, , Ray Guinn were Dallas visitors Sunday. _______ [ j. A. FOWLER. M. D. *hursday. a: m;--I.5 p.m. Willie Phillips of Daltas is in | PHYgICIAN and SURGEON Mrs. E. W. Noble of Athens tl ews Buildin the city this week visiting his[ ............... . -------" Texas parents, Mr. and Mrs; W, E ] Officz with Weirs vrug Store was in the city Tuesday. ..... Phillips. '| MALAKOFF, TEXAS. Mrs. Frank Burns is in Kemp this week at the bedside of her father who is seriously ill. NATURE in her all.knowing way devised a sheath to nerves that control heal!ha It the spinal column. It had to be supple. So it was constructed of many hollow segments. :~i i iI !i)~I~', i i : i In many instances these segments move out of line and squeeze the nerve cord, which results in an ailment induced by the nerves so pressed against. We as chiropractors simply remove the pressure by readjusting the spinal column, it is painless--re. quires no medicine--and gives instant relief. Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free! Mrs. A. L. Kirby and son, Carney and Mrs, LeRoy Kirby were Dallas visitors Thursday. Miss Martha Huff is reported on the sick list this week. News has been received from Mrs. F F. Dodson at the Navarro Clinic at Corsicans stating that her condition has improved, Physicians believe, however, that it will be necessary for her to un- dergo an operation Waters From Icefield ~riie stream which ends in the ft. ~mous Takakkaw falh~ in Yoho nation- al park, British Columl~la, Is fed by the melting watar~ of the W~tlk lc~- field which ll~ts upon the summit of the Great divide. Flowing down the mountain for over halt a, mll~ It reaches the precipic~ that wall~ the ast Idde of the Yoho valley. Here it gak~ a leap of 150 feet over the edge, then, gathering Jt~elt together, ~ in u glorious curtain 1,000 f~et down the ~ace of the cliff, and finally tumbles in a magnificent e~eade of ~0 feet into Yoho rivar. THE LOW COST*of transmission line electric service has made it possible for each home in this community to enjoy the full benefits of its liberal use. "0sly in recent years has there been an awakening to the importance of proper light. ing in relation to our general health and well. being," says Dr. Donald Barnett, widely known eye specialist. Good lighting saves your eyes and protects your health. The eyes of children and young people are easily injured by poor lighting. The average child of reading age spends more than one hour per day in reading by dr. tificial light. Are you risking the eyesight of your children by failing to provide proper lighting arrangements in your home? Is n hlffhl concentrated dme4nlphuro m ompouod reea~g'n|s~! for Its germ de~troy. Ing and h~alth building" qual|tles. If gh'tm fowls in the|r drinking water or In n muh f~d ode day eacb week and sprayed in ne~t~ and on roosts evt~'y fifteen days as .dlrecf4~l? we will positively G~ARANTI~K It go keep yoGr flock in better he~Ittl and e~"g production, eggs will hatch better, with stronger and more vigorous yonng chk!h. Also will keep them FREE OF LICE, mlt~. fnleas and hl.uc bugs or w~ .'ill refund roar one),. ,egm Its use NOW and Your flock w~lcbe free of dlseaee germ~ and de.true. il, re sects, before baby chick sea, on. It no ~rouote to eo~t~ than three rise. e~t. le~ cents a year per fowl. STAR q~ABI',ET for Baby Chicks prevents nnd rellev~ bow~ troubl~ ~nd Al,l, diarrhoea oe your money FL&GG DRUG COMPANY. DAN GENTRY The actual dollars and cents cost of prop. er lighting is no greater than that of poor lighting.., there can be no estimate of the loses to the health and physical fitness st your family due to improper lighting. We shall be glad to advise with you about home lighting. It is a service which we ran. dee without cost or obligation to you. UNDERTAKERS ill e Hours: 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 FUNERAL UPPLIES Providing for the Texas of Today-.- Planning for the Texas of Tomorrow