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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Where Houston Celebrates Winning of Texas Freedom I / O Don't be bothered with things that we can do for you. It's easier for us to call regular}y for your clothes, re- pair and clean and press them, than it is for you to be troubled thinking about it. We positively guarantee satisfaction. A trial will be test of our statement. Houston will be host to thousands April 12-21 when the San Jncinto Centennial Celebrations hold forth for ten gala days. Via. itora will witness colorful i&rados and pageants, and an entertain. merit highlight will be a public ball on Main Street in front of the site of the old capitol of the Republic of Texas. On San Jacinto Day 100.000 will participate in a Pontifical field mass and other ceremonies to be broadcast nationally, over both major networks. At the right is the gigantic shaft to be erected on the battlefield in honor of the heroes of Texas' struggle for liberty. Care In Connection Specials Saturday, Sunday and Texas Special 2 I-2 size 3 for 2 pounds SILVER FLOSS 2 1-2 size 3 for Little Blue Valley No. 2 cans, 3 for 2 pounds Honey Comb No. 2 3 for cans J N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jackson visited in Murchison Sunday. IIII Austell's East Texas On Highway No. 31 -:- Malakoff, Texas II EAST TEXAS High 'rest Gasoline C ENGINE OILS Quart -- as low as C II [ -- The Young People's Class of the Baptist Church were enter- tained with a weiner roast Tues- day evening. PAYNE'S DRUG STORE has GLY-CAS. Miss Luella Truelove, teacher in the Winkler schools, was a vis- itor here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Truelove, during the week end. I| 1, NOTICE :: To My Customers is |" Beginning Sunday, April 19 :', E.L. Jackson's i| Service Station will be closed from 9 to Z on Sundays r~ Mrs. Arkus Moncrief and little daughter, Sammie, and Ilajo Stewart visited with relatives in Tyler last week end, Miss Faye Riddlesperger, who is attending the Stephen F. Aus- tin College in Nacogdoches, spent the week end here with her par-I eats, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Riddles-] ! perger. I I" " ~@ ii For Congress, 7th District: Emerson Stone, Jacksonville Representative: Lucas (Second Term) For ounty Judge: Dolph B. Tillison Jno. W. Ballow (re-election) For County Attorney: Miles B. Smith, 2nd Term For County Clerk: Mrs. Horace Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Tom Freeman of Grandview spent Sunday here in the home of Mr. and Mrs, W.E. Freeman. YOU Can save money buying drugs from us. Make a pur- chase today.- PAYNE'S DRUG STORE. Gordon DuBois and Weldon Moore were visitors in Galveston FOR SALE-A few good second- hand suits and extra trousers.- CITY CLEANERS, City. Miss Leta Beall returned here Tuesday after spending several weeks in Fort Worth. Miss Frances Naughton was a- way from her place in the public schools Monday and Tuesday be- cause of illness. Mrs. Carney this week., IKirby taught during herabsence. Mrs. J. H. Roberts and son, i Jett C rawford and Weldon Jimmie, returned to their homeIMoore were business visitors in in Stamford Wednesday after a ICorsicana Monday. visit here with her parents, Mr ...... and Mrs. H. L. Flagg. Mrs. Dodge Gentry, Miss Lets Beali, and Mrs. Martin Eastwold were visitors in Jacksonville Wednesday. Miss Mildred 2atthews of] Longview spent W dnesday hereI with rela!ives. .... I CHEAP Mineral water crystals are worthless compared with Crazy Crystals. Try a package today-PAYNE'S DRUG STORE. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doby of Commerce spent the Easter holi. days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett and little son and Mrs, John Po ers were Dallas visitors Wednesday. t i,,,, , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hall of Bryan spent last week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nolan. I Those college students visiting parents and friends here during the Easter holidays were: R. E. Dodson and Banks Bradley of Lon Morris College, Jackson. ville; Ernest Lindsey of Trinity University, Waxahachie; J. K. Derden and Miss Wmifred Weir of E. T. S. T. C., Commerce; and Misses Martha Dee Tidmot, e and Bessie Sims of N. T. S. T. C., Denton, Mrs. A, L. Allsop of Dallas spent several days here this week with her husband. DRINK with us, at our fountain, fresh Coca Cola, and the way we serye the drinks makes the dif- ference. Try one today at PAYNE'S DRUG STORE. Mrs. Cecil Moore is recovering from a successful operation for the removal of tonsils at the Ki]. man Hospital'Wednesday morn- ing. Rm~i the Advortl~menls. Even Texas Dogs Go High-Hat I : : For Sheriff: Jess Sw ten, Re-election For Assessor.Collector: R. L (Bob) Tanner ; S.A. Carroll C. C. Adrian For Commissioner, Prec't. 2: M. C. Andrews, Eustace :: For Justice of Peace, Prec' t. 8: W' E. 0tt.qg, re.election For ConsOle, Precinct 8: Dallas even the pups seven.weeks~old; of the reed Boston the t Miss Ins Davis and Mr. Nunn of Tyler visited here Sunday in the home of her sister, Mrs. E. H. Byram. and family. COMING SOON! The "Rexall lc Sale." Watch for the circu- lar. L , ! Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harbour and Mrs. E. O. Wilson were bus. iness visitors in Dallas Wednes- day. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dees were Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher of Hen- derson, Miss Jimmie Lee Fletch. of Denton. and Messers and Mes- dames I. E. Johnson and C. H. Bridges of Dallas. FOR SALE-A few good second- hand suits and extra trousers.-- CITY CLEANERS, City. Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Dean and little son. Bobby, spent Sunday in Athens with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walker. Mrs. Pat Dees was a visitor in the home of her brother in Quit- man Friday. HOT DAYS are here again. You need a Crosley to properly save your food. See the new models on display at WEIR'S PHAR. MACY. Miss Vera Welborne spent last week end visiting with friends in Cayuga. Valmore Rogers was able to re- turn to his place at the Harbour Grocery Tuesday after several days absence because of illness. Rev, J. L. Brantley left Mon- day for Mineral Wells to attend the State Baptist Convention. Miss Martha Weller, teacher at Flag Lake, spent last week end here with her parents. FOR SALE--400 bushels yellow Dent Seed Corn. 55c per bushel. --FRANK DENTON, Gallimore Lake. HOME BAKED CAKES Next to Jackson's Garage We always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candi$ Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and TobaccOS Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a Genuine "Calf" Sandwich We also handle several flavors of-- Velvet Ice Cream --and serve the "largest helpings" in Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McWilliams i Dr. T. H. Hartin, his and children were visitors with and sister, all of Mabank, her parents in McKinney during Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Starling the week end. Mrs. McWilliams little daughter of Sherman and daughters remained there Sunday visitors of Mr. and for the week. Finis Hardy. Carney and LeRoy Kirby and E. A. Tanner returned Wednes- day from a trip to Parker Coun- ty. Miss Maurietta Byram visited with her aunt and grandfather in T ler during the week end. Market -:- "Where Malakoff Trades" -:- BARGAIN DAYS are almost here. Watch for the "Rexail lc Sale." Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Allen and children were Sunday visi- tors in Athens with her aunt, Mrs, Robert Dennis, and family. Jl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Penning- ton and family returned this week from Breckenridge, where they have been visiting Mr. Pen. nington's father, who has been very sick. They reported him to be somewhat improved. ji . , FOR SALE--A few gooci second- hand suits and extra trousers.- CITY CLEANERS, City. f__ The Malakoff Home Demon- scration Club mr.t Monday after- noon at the Methodist Church to finish the foundation patterns started at the last meeting. Miss Evelyn King, new county de- monstrator, met with the four- teen women. The next meeting will be held on Monday after- noon, April 27, at 2:00 P. M. at the home of Mrs. E. O. Wilson. A dry cleaning demonstration will be given by Miss King. i t . Mr. and Mrs. Buddy McCiung and Mr. Carl Apperson of Trial. dad and Miss Fayneile Kilgore of this city were Dallas visitors Tuesday. Quart e St. Joe ... per box i Pint Mother's 2 pounds Maxwell House 3 pound can Blue Barrel 6 large bars Extra High 48 pounds 3 Large cans 2 Pounds 1 Pound each C Country Style Half or whole, lb. 21 Rubbing" 3 pints for 8 pounds C J j J j 4 pounds Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tanner were Sunday visitors in Coral- cans and Ennis. SALE--A few good second- trousers.-- J