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n,w b: u ALAKOFF NEWS THE MALAKOFF NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the Posteflice at Malakoff second class matter. L. L SCHOLL, EDITOR Subscription Price $1.00 a Year. AJvertising Rates on request. Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. Hm ._ In case of error in advertisement this paper will sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. not be re- t, I i I:]( L T. A. Bartlett, owner of the Malakoff Water Company, an- nounces the installation nf a new water pump which is thought will give better service to the consumers ...... To say the least, those who had new Easter bon- nets to come out in Sunday, cer- tainly cannot kick on the weath- er provided ...... Here's a dandy thought for you, "Every man should keep a cemetery of his own in which to bury the faults of his friends." The thought is not original with us, however. Somewhere we saw it ...... J. D. Waller is now duly installed as secretary of the School Board .... Basking in the sunshine of suc- cess is Paul Bankston's lot for this week. He is off on a special pleasure excursion to Detroit, Michigan with all expenses paid by the Chevrolet Motor Company, Paul sold the equivalent to one hundred new Chevrolet automo. bliss in 1935 to become eligible for this award. April 20, 1836 I high lights of it. but if you would like to read a story of it with a world of authentic details and exciting incidents, turn to anoth- er page of this edition and read "Direct from the Field of Glory" by EImo Scott Watson. We pro- mise you will be interested. Statement of Ownership " " ,, ...... , ....... , Very Nice for Old Honus! ! Statement of ownership, man- agement, etc.. required by the Act of Congress of August 24, Recognize the gentleman? He is atticA, $25,000,000 World's Fair open- 1912. Honus Wagner, greatest shortstop in ing at Dallas June 6, visited the history and now coach of the Pitts- team's San Antonio training camp. Of the Malakoff News, pub- burgh Pirate baseball team. The The girls invited President Bill Bens- lished weekly at Malakoff. Texas photograph was taken when Ranger- wanger and the members of his team for A )ril 1, 1936. ettes from the Texas Centennial Expo- to attend the Exposition. L J. Scholi, editor and sole owner.subscribed sworn to before I JAngelo market. Texas' greatest Bondholders and other securi- uman Interest year, 1931, produced over 16,000, ties, none. -nd 000 pounds. The average per this the 13th'a day of April, [By Chas. A. Myers] l goatthen was 4.6 pounds--the I same as this year-the two best W. B. Pavne. Notary Public. Dallas, Texas, April 7--Youlyears per pound per goat for 10 know Texas leads all states in lyears" the production of oil, of cattle, I Reproducing Byrd's Camp and sulphur--but did you knowl While the stateis getting ready DALLAS, Texas.--Visitors to the Texas Centennial Exposition, the 125,- she is also lea( er in pr()duction of lto celebrate its 100th anniversary 000,000 World's Fair of the ~ uth- mohair with 11|. 000, 00C pounds inlat several places in Texas--a west, which opens here June 6, ~ [1 be able to see an exact replica oJ Ad- 19357 New iexico was secondlgreater celebration ought to be miral Richard E. Byrd's Ant retie with 900,000 and Arizona thirdldue for the establishment, all in camp in Little America. The ad ~iral is supervising its construction. The with 450,000. Mohair brings 50clthe memory of the older citizens, project will cost $50,000. to 60e a pound now at the San If the state educational system. $58,000 for Fair's Shrubs DALLAS, Texas.--The City of Dal- las Park Board has let a $58,000 con- tract for shrubs and flowers to be used in landscaping the city's section of the grounds at the Texas Centennial Exposition, the $25,000,000 Southwest That is an important date World's Fair, which opens here June in the history of our great state. 6 and continues until Nov.29. . Gold Mines on Display DALLAS, Texas.--The most elab- orate exhibit of precious metals to The twentieth of this month brings us to the one hundredth anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, that great and decisive victory for the independence of Texas. Most of us know the come from Texas earth is being as- sembled for exhibition at the Texas Centennial Exposition at Dallas, Here Terns gold mines will snow their stuff for the first time in the history of the state. The new is the pride of every small city--yet the first one in Texas was only established at Brenham in 1865, just 8 years before the state university at Austin in 1883, which, by the way, now has an endowment fund of $75,000,000, the largest in the United States. To feed students to the univer- sity, it undertook a campaign so successful that within a few years every large town in the state had a high school. A & M College at College Station endow- ed with 180,000 acres of land by the federal government, began o eration 7 years ahead of Texas University. The College of In- dustrial Arts at Denton was only founded in 1903. The baby of the state educational institutes was Texas Technological College at Lubbock in 1923. All of them youngsters compared to the many When you varnish floors, you want a floor varnish. The resistanoe " to ~rasion and wear of Waters~r Quick-Dryinq Floor Varnish exceeds all former standards. At the same time, it resists soap, 'moisture, alkali, Brushes easily; dries quickly to a pale, high-qlass iix~ish. Come m ior new beauty and durability underioot[ 1933 V-8 COACH--If you are looking for a real bargain, you should not pass this $1 o,,oo ................ 50 1929 ESSEX COACH-If you want a good cheap car, grasp this opportunity of a life time .... 1931 CHEVROLET COACH-- A real bargain and at a rock- bottom price for a $1 AN qmck sale ............ VV 1934 CHEVROLET COACH-- Act quicklyfor this great val. ue. Fine condition and economical ....... 1932 FORD COUPE--Just the car for a small family, On sale three days only at $, this low price ........ seats of learning in the old states, which celebrated their centen- nials while Texas was under a foreign flag. If. with knowledge comes pow- er. then Texas under another de- cade or two will rank with the giant commonwealths education- ally of the United States. ETHICAL PERFORMANCE! 1933 CHEV. Master COACH-- Act today if you want to buy a slightly used car at so low a price ........ We have never heard of any one questioning our profes- sional or ethical intelligence. Words of praise from those whom we have served are the things we praise most. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME 1929 CHEVROLET COACH-- In fair condition and cheap at this very low price. Act quickly ............. Phone 25 MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone 100 1935 CHEVROLET Std. Coach --A real car-just broken in. Perfect inevery re- $ spect. A bargain.._ [ Sore Bleeding Gums YOU,YOUR FAMILY, Only one bottle LETO'S PYOR- RHEA REMEDY is needed to con- YOU~I"IL/~I-/FI /UUI~I IIZhI'rU,VNII[3 vince anyone. No matter how bad your case, get a bottle, use as di- rected, and if you are not satisfied H 0 M E, A N D YO U R. druggists will return your money.-- PAYNE DRUG STORE. POCKET BOOK A E STOP THAT ITCHING If you are bothered by the itching of Ath BETTER SERVED" ietes Foot, Eczema, Itch or Ringworm- PAYNE'S DRUG STORE will sell you a jar of Black Hawk Ointment on a guar antee to kill the itch. Price 50c and $1 An Agunah An agunah Is described as a Jewish woman who Is neither maiden, widow, nor wife, whose husband has disap- peared and who may not, according to Jewish law. remarry. In Jewish law the granting of a bill of divorcement must be performed by the husband. 1935 BUICK Touring Sedan-- A real bargain. Good condi- tion and at a very $ low price ............. at this great spring clearance sale of 1934 CHEVROLET Pick.Up-- A real buy for a farmer or live stock man. Good cab tires and motor ....... , SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS 1936 V-8 Touring Sedan- Sell or trade at real bargain, Best price on this car ................ THESE A RE FAC T HERE is no guesswork about the ad- JL vantages of Electric Refrigeration . . . millions of electric refrigerators have been in constant serv. ice for many years. They have stood the test of time. Their popularity is earned. I know. I make them go. Here are some things I know about them: "1 I save people lots of money with Electric Refrig- s erators, because my rate of pay is so low. I save food, protect health, freeze salads and desserts, freeze ice cubes, and keep a constant, safe temperature dll tb lime." "') The Electric Refrigerator is easy to install, and once a it is in place I do my work without fuss or bother. I do all the work in the Electric Refrigerator by myself. I work when it's necessary, and when there is no work I keep still.., and I charge nothing for keeping still." The New 1936 Electric Refrigerators are beauties. .J a You will love them for their grace and charm, for their new conveniences, their sturdy dependability and for their absolute safety. They are more efficient, and so I charge still less for operating them. Honestly, you will hardly notice the small monthly charge for my work in these, new, modern electrks." "1 see 'em all af workr' "You bet your boots I know what on inside refrigerators. I m right there a/l the time. I see the savings Coolsy has mentioned. 1 see the glow of health, and !:" the look of pride on the faces of families using Electric Refrigerators. I see these families and their guests come often to the kitchen, and hear the exclamations of pride and congratulations. I hear folks ~'~ explain the low cost of operation with Cheap Electricity. That makes me proud of my brother Coolsy . . . he is serving and pleasing the people. That is the mis- sion of the Watts Family." SEE TH 1036 @ uart $1.10 "A Pittsburg Paint Product" 1933 CHEV. Master Coupe Good tires, body and motor. On sale three days only at 1929 FORD SEDAN Fair condition and priced excep- tionally low for a quick sale .......... _. 1935CHEV. 1 ton Truck and Cab. Perfect mechani- cal'condition. $ Good tires ......... 1934 CHEV. Std. Coupe- Just the car for a small fam. ily. In good con- dition all around .... 1933 CHEVROLET COUPE --A real bargain in a rood used car. Come in today 1931 FORD COUPE-Fair condition and a real bargain at such a low price Act today ............ 1929 CHEVROLET COACH --Hurry if you want to take advantage of this bargain offer ....... 1930 DODGE COUPE--Act quickly if you want to pick up this bargain Going at ............. 1934 CHEVROLET Pick Up -Do not pass up this bar- gain. You'll never beat it Formerly Malakoff Lumber Co. Malak~f, Tex. Malakoff, Texas URRiOUS m1116 DERLERS