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THE MALAKOFF NEWS 7th DiSt. 6th, District. McCorkle I or Representative; (Jap) Lucas ker For District Attqrney: C. W, Kennedy, Jr. of Houston county Tom Pickett W. Ballow (2nd term) Pot County Attorney: Miles B. Smith (L W. Allison ) 'For County Clerk: Mrs. Ann Payne W. II. (Horace) Johnson Mrs. M. E. Edgar (Eustace) C. C. Knight (runic) W. A. Walker , (Bradshaw) Johnson Will A. Wofford For Sheriff: g. C. Kirksey) Davis Lee Wrighf (2nd term ) ....... : Jess Sweeten Commissioner Precinct 2: M. C. Andrews (re.election) N. [Bob] Johnson net 8: W ) For Constable, Preclnct 8: O. Whitworth John Bankston i .... Public Weigher, Precinct 8: Thad Stacy (re-election) Raid tl~e Adverl~Pmnta Mrs. Bobble Bishop and little and Mon- orth. We have in the Vicinity of Malakoff one baby grand piano, also an upwright piano. Would like to get someone to take up balance due. Will accept school vouchers. -- G. H. JACKSON, Credit Manager, P. O. Box 26, Dallas. Miss Vera Welbourn spent Sun- day with relatives and friends in Dallas Mrs. John Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett and little son attended the singing at Eustace Sunday. Miss Pauline Lucas left last Friday for Shreveport where she will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. George Wheelis. Duncan Taliaferro of Winfield came in Sunday evening to spend the summer with his sister, Mrs. Roger Harbour. Mrs. Lutie Anderson spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. L. R. Anderson in Waco. Mrs. J. D. Waller left Sunday for San Marcus where she will attend the wedding on June 27th of her cousin, Miss Catherine Taylor to Mr. Charles Ripley. She was accompanied as far as Waco by Mr. Waller. Miss Grace Flagjz is in Corsi- cana this week visiting her sis- ter, Mrs. J. H. Roberts and family. OUR Hamburgers have meat in them--Believe it or not-JACK- SON'S DOUBLE DIP. K. M Newbill spent the week- end in Houston. He was secure- i panied on the trip as far as Beau. most by Mrs. Newbill and their little daughter, who have been visiting in Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bankston of Dallas visited relatives here Sunday. Phil Baxter and son, Phil Jr. and Estie Baxter of Houston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Urrey, James D, Johnson Jr. of Ath- ens was business visitor in the city Wednesday. Mrs. W. E. Phillips and Mrs, Jett Crawford and daughter were Athens visitors Tuesday. TRY our delicious Toasted Sand- withes--JACKSON'S DOUBLE .......... DIP. Mrs. W, E. Roberts and daugh ter, Mi s Elma Francis left Tues- day for a few days visit relatives in Dallas, Lacy Foreman Confined To Hospital With Malaria Mr. G. Harris. foreman for the Lacy Construction Company on their bridge project on Highway 22, has been confined in the I@il- man Hospital here for the past two weeks due to illness of Mala- ria fever. His condition has shown steady improvement for several days and he is expected to be able to be out again within a short time. ATTENTION BAPTISTS If you are a member of the Malakoff Baptist Church you are urgently requested to he present on next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at which time there will be a church conference. Among other thinRs, the important mat. ter of the call of a pastor will he considered. Every member should vitally interested in this mat- ter. Make it your business to be there.-Signed, Pulpit Committee Mrs. Leon Carrol of Tyler spent Wednesday with Mrs. F. E. Hardy. Misses Florence and Ruth No- Ion visited Misses Lucille and Luelia Truelove in Denton Sun- day. Little Patsy Gano of Dallas is spending the week with her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McIntyre. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Perkins and Mrs. Hayden Allen spent the week-end in Houston with their sister, Mrs. U V, Thompson They were accompanied Imme by their little daughters, Mildred and Vernelle who have been visiting there for the past two weeks. Paul Powers was a business visitor in Palestine Tuesday. Mrs. L. S. Austeli is visiting her sister, M. M. Kirk in Ennis this week. Mrs. LoganTruelove is visit- ing M.iss Schuyler in Murchison this week. Arthur Miles Thompson spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Smith at Murchi. son. I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanks and children of Darco are spending the week here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McIntyre. Mrs, F. E Starling and baby of Sherman visited her sister, Mrs. F. E, Hardy the past week. with TRY our delicious Toasted Sand. withes-JACKSON'S DOUBLE DIP. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harbour returned Monday from a week's vacation trip to Hot Springs. 0 Mrs. O. A. Truelove and Mrs W. E. Norvelle were visitors in Murchison Tuesday. TROUBLES with things that we can do for for us to call regularly for your press and repair them, than it is thinking about them. We |uarantee satisfaction. A Trial Will Be the Test Of Our Statement! Dry Cleaners )AGRIFF, Proprietor Mrs. J. B. Scott and daughter, Miss Addle Mae returned to their home in Corsicana Friday after a weeks visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Robertson. Little Miss Gladvs Joe Robertson re- turned home with them for a visit. Jesse Robertson was a busi- ness visstor in Athens Saturday. I Mrs. Lillie Lindamood was a visitor in Cayuga Wednesday, i i, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Webb are visiting in Kilgore this week. Miss Veleta Beall is in Hot Springs for a three-weeks va- cation. Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Mayne of Waco are in the city this week visiting her sister. Mrs. Gu~ Matthews and family ...... 3DD THINGS AND NEW--By Lame Bode CACTI COUNTRY.- WNU Service J.B. Dodson and family of Corsicans pent the week.end here with his father, E, O Dud-* son and family. OUR Hamburgers have meat in them-Believe it or not-JACK. SON'S DOUBLE DIP. Mr and Mrs. Curren B. Dodson and two sons, Chas. and Robert of Sweetwater, came in Wedne,- day for a week's vacation visit Born to Mr and Mrs. Dalton Pugh, Tuesday morning, a fine 8 pound baby boy. Both mother and baby are reported to be get- ting along nicely. Mrs. F. E. Dodson and son. R. E. returned home Monday from a three weeks visit with her pa- STOP TIIAT ITCIIING If you suffer from a skin trouble- such as Itch, Eczema. Athletes Foot, Ringworm with relatives and friends..While 3 etter, or Pimples, we will sell you a jar in the city Chas. will undergo a of Black llawk Ointment on a guarantee. tonsil operation at the KIlman Hospital. Mrs. J. W. Robertson left Sat- urday for a visit with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Guy Melton and family in Ft. Worth. Harry Robertson, Elmo Wilson and Wilburn Morgan were Lock- land visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Matthews of Hubbard are visiting, his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews here this week. Price 5{~'~ --WEIR'S PHARMACY. City ii JJ DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Office Kilman Hospital Building Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday EACH WEEK DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X.RAY DIAGNOSIS Spencer-Carroll Building Athens. Texas ][I I | Lumber, Shingles, Window 61ass, Paint,Lime, Cement, Doors, Screens, Etc. Malakoff, Texas It Is Your Privilege and Duty to Do The Best When you want anything which is usually sold at an up- to date drug shop, come in and see how well prepared we are to serve you. In such eases you may be certain that the qnality is right and no less sure that the price is right, too. However we are always glad to have you compare goods and prices If we can give you the most and best for your money, we want your trade, if we can't we don't expect it. May We have the Privilege of Showing You what We Can Do? The, Malakoff Drug Co. "The Better Drudgist" Phone 12 Nalakeff, Texas JUNE @~El'/18--Napoleon takes real "'-=~" licking at Waterloo. 151~ 19--Caterpillar plague hits Burke, N. Y.. ISgL ..-m.~.,/ ~10--Remarkable meteor wet New England. l~O. 21--Win. Penn. founder Pennsylvania. ruch~t U, $., tea& I--H. Rider Haggard. nOtt~ novel author, born 1855, ~/~I[P IS--Hazlng it abolidu.l at Annapolis academF. 1 $75. S4-,-John Cabot discov~x* N. American continent. 149T @wmw rents, Mr and Mrs. Gus Coker in Alba. "Always a Good Show" Gift Nite $I0.00 Cash-$4.00 in Theatre Passes on the acreen Mon. Tues. June 25-26 Robert Hontg0mery Norma Shearer -in- 66' Admission 10c & 20c I ll I MALAKOFF SPECIALSI Saturday and Monday can Baking Powder 2 calls 25 oz. gallon I 7 bars 22 pounds Peter Crac Pan J cans 2 Ibs. box : __ _- - _. _, =-:-re.;--=--mr :.__:, I I Ill ,. m i On the Highway can I I doz. qts. J ii I Any Brand 8 Ibs. i I I I Pard Dog Food Lone Star 3 cans 28C I I I Pure Peaberry 20C per lb. I Pinto Beans 48c II I I I II I I I 10 Pounds i I iiii I K.C. l aking Powder 25 oz. I IIII I III I I II I Pure Pork lb. 18c i II,ul p I Hamburger HF~T pound i iii i ii i 3 Pounds 9c I I I II Large lb. Size Swifts Picnic II I pound