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May 14, 1931     The Malakoff News
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May 14, 1931

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THE MALAKOFF NEW8 Started On $2.50 ]'hat Rose To $3,000,000, Ends The storeroom at 519 South Akard street had a "For Rent" sign up Thursday. It was nine almo )t to a day that illiam E Easterwood came as fram East Texas and at that ad. dress with total assets of $2 50 $1 25 went for of a second-hand blanks made up of the capital. His father etaked him for the rent only. When the first order for $55worth of Orbit Listerated was written it was a busy the new office. Sales ran $3,000,000 last year the same office, aug rn nted by quarters in the Baker Hotel, 'Ins desk on which this busi- started has been ears- removed and stored, It worth $1.25 nine years it would take many much to buy it now,] if lt could be bought for anvl l rice. Colonel Easterwood quit the chewing gum business, at ast, temporarily. For a while : he is going to look around, play a|ittle golf, perhaps ride horse- back and, of course, play with airplanes qt BABY ills and ailments seem twit 'serious at night. A sadden cr may mean colic. Or a sudden attack o diaJ'rhea. How would you meet thi s~nergeney--toni_ght? tlave y~u a bottl ~ff C~tona reatry t of your wee one- of mind--keep th, )aration always on hand ust for emergencies day aid, It s t~entk ndsootke the mfani sleep. It's mild regulatior older child whose tongue i of sluggish bowels. " Castoria. other iovernor Sterling Will Speak At Tens Products Dinner : ,pecial Banquet Arranged Meeting Texas Press Asso- ciation, San Angelo, June 11, 12 and 13. HeN R. S. STERLING Dallas, Texas, May 7, 1931.--An, nouneement has just been received by Lowry Martin, general chairman of the Texas Press Association program committee, from D. H. Berry, man-)l ager of the City Board of Develop.] ment of San Angelo, that an all Texas i Products dinner had been arranged for the meeting of the associatmn there June llth, 12th and 13th. The menu for this dinner has been prepared by a special dietitian for the Texas Club, who have agreed to as- semble, and furnish to the San Angelo press committee all necessary foods. 'Homer D. Wade, secretary of the Tex- as Club, has charge of these arrange- ments and with lamb chops from Ed- wards Plateau, the Texas products dinner will be replete with every item from '(soup to nuts" Texas grown. . Governor Sterling will be the prin- cipal speaker for the banquet which will be held at the St. Angelus Hotel, headquarters for the convention, Thursday evening, June 11th. Walter Ctine of Wichita Falls will also delivex an address at this time , Dick Curtis is improving from an operation for the removal of Tonsils, which he underwent at Corsicans Monday morning. Jack Smith of Corsicans was in the city on business Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Roger Harbour spent'Sunday in Mt. Pleasant with their parents, Mrs. Mary Harbour and Mr.and Mrs. J. B Taleferro. Mrs. Harbour remain. ed in that city until Wednesday. Brownlee's Variety Store has a nice line of practical Graduation Gifts. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Estey Baxter of Houston spent Friday here with his aunt. Mrs. G. W. Urrey. 1'hey stopped here enroute to New York City where they are going to spend their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Bankston, Mrs. R. L. Vandagriff and son, Mrs. C. E Webb and Miss Mar- seilles Pettigrew visited relatives in the city Sunday. Farm Baby Queen Marlo Lee Foster, age six months. address Route No. 1, Junction City, Kan,, has been crowned "queen of farm babies" in a natlon-wlde contest , ...... participated In by more than 10,000 Miss Sallie Sue McCart- is re- grown-on-the-farm infants. The farm Y baby contest was sponsored by the ported on the sick list this week. American Farm Bureau federation. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wal- ~n?TP, m M~.~ON.m drum of Weatherford and Mrs _ .':'~.-'.v7' "'.'~" ~. . Etha Cartlid-e and dau-hter, lomgnt oetn~f me ~econa ....... s .... s.._. Thursday in May. is the regular Angm wamrom oz ualms .Vml~ea --" " tin of Malakoff Lod-e r " smteu lee g elat ves here Sunday. No. 759, A F & A, M All . wr :.. : :...~ members are urged to be present Mro. ,,..,. ,o vLr-'h-r-u e ar--e cordiall"y her daughter, Mrs. John Easter ..... lnvlgeu. wood in Athens this week. .... SHOEM ERTON Mr. and Mrs, W..M.B.radley Miss Carrie Pemberton and Mr. spen weclnesclay wlm mmr son, . . ........... Wflhard Shoemaker were umted tvt raomy in 'leasan . : ' l in marriage Sunday afternoon. ..... :. ..... I The ceremony was performed in lovu ingrain ann rams alaume .......... I the presence of a few fmends at narren were in Amens on DUSl-I .... ~-. .. ~.~ -- _ . ' I gne nome ot Key, rE. l~anev, hess luesuay " [at 2:30 o clock with Rev. Laney ! " , officiating. Graduation Gifts at Brownlee s The young couple left Monday Variety Store. adv morning for Pineland where they will make their future home. Mrs, Wm. Pirtle, Mrs. Clifton Vandagriff, Mrs. Herman Moore and Mrs. L J. Seholl were shop- ping in Dallas Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Brad. shaw of Houston were Malakoff visitors Saturday. Graduation Gifts at Brownlee's Variety Store. adv. - " Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Christian and son, Warren and Mrs. H. L. Flagg and daughter. Mary were ENTERTAINS WITH BRIDGE Misses Ailene Paul and Annie Pope Gilreath were delightful hostesses to a/ovely bridge party given at the Gilreath home on last Friday evening The party was given in honor of a few friends in a joint occasion with the regular meeting of the Teach- er's Bridge Club. Four tables of players enjoyed the usual number of games after which delicious refreshments of Strawberries with W h i pp e d Cream and Cake were served. At the tables were: Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Doctorman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flagg, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L. J. 8choll. Mrs. H. P. Ady Misses Elizabeth Gentry. Cally Johnson, Marguerite Gilreath, Mary Evans, Sallie Sue McCarty, and Messrs C. G. Boazman, Wesley McGuffey and Lawson Deen of Athens and Edwin Bowen. DR j. H. tmTiS DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS New Spencer-Oarrol] Building Athens, Texas ASPIRIN II IWIIHIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIH Ii EWARE OF IMITATIONS Look for the name Bayer and the Corsicana visitors Sunday. word genuine on the package as pictured For Sunny Days Another Pair oI Stockings! Just a slight hole in the soles of the shoes a n d every day sees another pair of stockings to darn. Have the children's shoes repaired at-- Het-e is one (ff "he mo(lisl~ new en- ).,.~L)~.. {~)L~.~. semi, its rot th~ ~,,,,,.,, d, vs o~ spring )OO ~ OIIOi and s~nnmer. It is of whiI)l~ed twill. set- off ~lth' a gay-colored scarf of M_.___.,nlnLmFF...,~.-.-...~av~a plaid design. Tl~e youthful-looking jacket is ornamented witl~ only a pair ' , of gleaming ocean pearl buckles. Read the AdvertlsementL I ,,, r. Ca',"~)t.n~t liE, ,l.ll,O] READ the comparison of prices ontllned below and judge for yourself. Why should anyone take chances with special brand fires of unknown manufacture when you buy Firestone quality tires at no extra cost? We save you money and serve you better be. cause of Firestone's direct buying of rubber and cot- ~on --- undivided interest in building tires--owniug their own factories, the most eflleient in the world-- and their great economical distributing and standard. ized service system. Come in today---we.will 81ve you more value for your dollar. ..... Mrs. G. C Brownlow was a Floyd Smith .of Dawson and visitor in Kerens Sunday. Ray Jarvis of Hubbard were business visitors in the city Sat- Roy, and Mrs. E. L. Edgar, urday. Mrs. M. S. Brownlee, Mrs. R. E, Skiles and Miss Sadie Carson" at. A. S. Tanner of Houston spent tended the District Conference Saturday in the city with his at Palestine Friday. aunt. Mrs. Dan Gentry and oth- - above when you buy Aspirin. Then News has been received that you'll kfiow that you are getting the Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Brooks of Bel- genuine Bayer product that thousand. of physicians prescribe. ton are rejoicing over the arrival Bayer Aspirin is SAFE, as million of a fine baby boy, born to them of users have proved. It does not Tuesaay morning at 6 o'clock, press the heart. No harmful after-effeet follow its use. Mrs. Brooks was formerly Miss Bayer Aspirin is the universal ant/. Alene Swanson of this city. dote for pains of all kinds. Headaches Neuritis Colds Neuralgia errelatives. J.W. Robertson and H. L. Mrs. Beaty Jones of Athens Sore Throat Lumbago Flagg were business vmitors in spent Tuesday here with her pa. Rheumatism Toothache Genuine Bayer Aspirin is sold at M. S Brownlee was enrolled Dallas Tuesday. rents, Mr. and Mrs. G, B, Thump ~ll druggists in boxes of 12 and in bottles of 24 and 100. this week for a year s subscrip .... son. . Autotoxins ,c n,, b...,, Aspirin is the trade-mark of Baver Why..ehouJd you take the risk 'when you elm Imve money by buying" Flrutono tion to the News. Brownlee's Variety Store has a manufacture of monoaceticacidester" of quauty u laneld.type, out- tmrv'Iee teaether with tim double atitantlm ~ ; ..... nice line of practical Graduation Miss Elizabeth Tinnin returnedsalicylicacid. - ,,one ~ 0n..,.~ Mr ano Mrs. Tom Sewell of Gifts. , adv. to her hems in Kaufman Wed- i "-;----~---------- ~'e lis, ~!o~, ~ tead~g rep/a~em~u, s~,~. eml Dallas spent Saturday night and nesday after speneing a few days , ! ,*,.,,,,,,, , i,,,,,,, Sunday here with her parents, I Born to Mr. and Mrs. Brae An. here with her sister, Miss Cinda i ~ I s,z~ I ...... I ..... I i I a,za I ,,,,. I ~ Mr. andMrs. W.D. Moore.lldersTuesdayafinebabybY" Jane. . = m=-m.m--=.,=.-)AliliAUUiL ' '+'""" ' '-'' - d ;to 2 I,4. I)4 9el ........ " 4 t..nevrolet --4 " " " Aub he-., l .so.2ol 5.,=,J .,, l Warren Christian, Jr. of Ker- i Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Brownies Miss Cinda Jane Tinnin was a To ------14.SO'211 s. l S.6911R-----. Jl "I "'I Ford__. Gardn~'~ . , parents.ens spent Sunday here with his ]dlespergerlandchildrenmotoredand Missto Ireneweather_Rid- Dallas visitor Sunday. ; ~tm ' WhippetCh"'eL--~i4"75"191jI " I .... ,, , .... '~ ,~=il |gffiUsnt--~lS.SO-191lM"fn---]l i a. il s. ol Y E. in. ....... %T"-,-- l ord and return Sunday. Call at Brownlee's Variety PI,mont. ...... }l&7 2ol ..,,I 6.yslbt ,,eI.rem .-JI / / I t / I J. B. Dodson and family of/ . . . Store and see&is display of grad- OurBarbacue Pan is Vod~. ........ /I I /, IIP~sn~mn----31 / / I Corsicans visited his father. E I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Green and uation gifts priced to fit every now ready and we ~-~:~:V ~P"']9] *'~s/6"9sll~:~hi~--]lc~-]glat~n'~l Pontiac ...... La~alle ._--.~ train BABY'S o. Dodson and family here Sun-/children of St. Louis are in the pocket book. : Adv are serving the best o,,,,it_Jl / / 1 0 =ol .-In.sol IF.IA it. 'C day. eity this week visiting her pa---DAN meats th,t you ever N= wI!'Yo' '-/LYZ'I&O0-201 ', 7.tell 7.10,,St, L------I&,O- OI3.EOII;t.IOIII" 7* Z='7"LI6"OO"IItX"III"S' ] : rents, Mr, and Mrs. J. K, Derden GENTRY Marquette Cadl|lae Oldsmobile 5 25-18 7 ~0 7 90 Linc~a 7 00-2 1@4P5 15 ~$ ed or breast-fed, with t R, H, Pickle, Jr. returned Sat. ' UNDERTAKEI S tasted. 7.}]. / ' /1: -----11 *'i - I , becomtipated.:ffd urday from Fort Worth where Mrs. M L. McCarty of Barry DOuble @--.'S---Eve. received daily, nit a he has been attending the Dan- is in the city at this time at the SPECIAL! ,his old family doctor's bears the name "FIRESTONE" and carries Fhmstoae'a ualtmtted l the bowels, forth School of Pharmacy for the bedside of her daughter, Miss . Saturday and Sunday guarantee and ours. You a~ doubly protected. tmia tiny_ pasteeveral weeks. Sallie Sue, who has been very To BARBACUED failure , '' ill since Sunday. A "Special Brand" Tire is made by a manufaeturer ~or distributors CH I C K E N +b as mail order houses, off companies and others under a mime FUNERAL 5UPPLIL that does not identify the tire manufacturer to the pub]ie, usually Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith and mother, Mrs. Delia Ethridge of Kerens visited Mrs. Mary Dun- ton here Sunday afternoon, Mrs. E. o. Wilson, Mrs. W. E Rogers. Mrs. John Reece and Mrs Wayne Evans were Kerens He ms - baby. 1 visitors Friday. t)S 1 :IN I Mesdames W: L. Evans, J. H. t Evans and Rnbertson were Athe s vist +Tansy. W. F. Young and L. S. Austell attended the singing convention at Cross Roads Sunday. Call at Brownlee'a Variety Store and see his display of grad- uation gifts priced to fit every pocket book Adv. E Wl h' Miss dna ilia spen,t t week end in Tehuaeana with heri I Call ELMER ROBERTS - +eause he builds his "first Hue" tires under his ow~ name. FII stone puts his name on every- tire he makes. PHONES P+8 5HT Gasoline, Motor Oils All we+ask is that you come into our Se"iee Store and Light Lunches and for yourselt seetlous eut Orom various tirol- ' Cold Drinks Compare quality--Constru ;i i!i n--and Prices. " I I f I s . + ~,+,~'+'+ - ~'+ "On the 'Highway"