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/i/I!:I! : i i/:i!ii i , i ,F PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ,-~~ i i '~u~"~ .... d' ed at the Postoflice at Malakof econd class matter. Price $1.00 a Year. , , ! :- Advertising Rates on request aud Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. in Ease of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- )onstble for more than the cost of the advertisement. ~1 I / 11 I . r ,, ~ -- J. _ J W. L. Ballard of Eustace send- ing the News man a dollar by his son, Arthur, for a years sub- .__Introducing to Mai- people, Mr. J. W. Murphy, Jr, of Waco, new proprietor of the Ritz Theatre ....... Manager Clyde Chaplin of the Gulf base- ball team, who was determined to be in uniform along with his players on their trip to Jackson- vJlle Sunday afternoon, found it necessary to employ the use of h andkerchiefs to extend the abre- plated sleeves of his sport shirt. His arms, he said, were entirely too tender to withstand the corn stunt and direct gaze of "Old Sol" ...... And speaking of base- ball--the Baptists, believe it or not, won a game Monday night. The Baptist Juniors were the victims, 12 to 13 ....... And then there is the game on the night of July 25th wherein all of the players ride Donkeys. Don't miss that one for one of the fun- niest things you ever saw ..... A new amusement parlor (pool hall) has just been installed in "The Lignite City." STOP THAT ITCHING If you are bothered by the itching of Ath Eczema,~ Itch or Ringworm-- DRUG STORE will ~vll you a That's Just TooBad THE Following news item taken from a recent issue of a Palestine, Texas newspaper: Over i00 Cayuga Workers Living Away From Here A total of 105 Cayuga oil field workers are now making their headquarters in Malakoff a n d factof the business is, it was not exactly their efforts that gained for them those workers that they did get, but rather the lack of effort on the part of these Henderson county towns. Mala. koff and Athens both have been flooded with applications f or iiving quarters, but the influx has been so great that we have been unable to take care of even a small percent of those who have Shown a preference to live up here in God's country, hence, they found it necessary to make a second choice and then they moved to the Anderson county town. The roads, as was men- tioned, had little to do with it, since the roads this way are equally as bad, if not worse, than those leading to Palestine. The big difference betwee Malakoff and Palestine is a ques- tion of miles. Most o f these workers prefer a distance of ten @ -@ Faithfully performing the duties of our profession is our greatest aim in life. We devote all our talents to the per- formance of these duties. It has merited sincere praise. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME Phone 25 MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone 100 11 charged with murder. Lewellyn and the Turners were said to have quarreled on the morning of the disappearance. Miss Ors Williams has accept- ed a position at the News office. Two shots were fired at three boys Saturday night who were in the act of acquiring some free fruit from Jolly's watermelon patch. None were injured, how- ever. Athens, rather than in Palestine, or eleven miles to that of thirty- Ten Years Ago it was reported at a meeting of odd. That is why they would Chamber of Commerce directors rather live up here. All that Misses Virgie McClure, Kathe- Tuesday night. Malakoff needs to do to greatly rineand Clarine Chapman and This condition was brought increase her present population Margaret and Edith Evans are about, to a large extent, by in- is to provide additional living spending t he week with Miss adequate roads to serve the Ca- quarters for more oil field work- Sallie Starnes out on Route 1. yuga extention area at the time the Joe Worsham and others' No. I Wathen well came in several weeks ago, it was stated. This road condition has since been! remedied, however. President J. F. Grigsby pre- sented a report showing activi- ties of the local chamber in help- ing Cayuga citizens to form a Chamber of Commerce. The as. sistance was pointed out as a move to strengthen friendly re- lations between Palestine and the new oil field area. NOW ain't it just too bad that little old Palestine is not suffi- ciently attractive to command all of the cream from this new oil crop? In spite of all their efforts they have lost. or. rather failed ers, They all come here first. Happenings of YESTERDAY IN "THE LIGNITE CITY" Twenty Years Ago A mutilated and partialiy burn- ed corpse, identified as the re- mains of Melton Lewellyn, 45, Eustace farmer, were found in the woods about one mile from the Lewellyn residence last Sat- urday. Lewellyn disappeared" from his home almost a month ago. W.D. Turner and bis two sons, Virgil and Ervin, father and brothers.in-law of the de- ceased have been arrested and " I - t 1 I ... you can buy a De,vend' r v pp . . Bumpers. Six,re Tire. Tube and Tire Lock THE ARISTOCRAT OF THE LOW PRICE FIELD George Robertson and family are in Marlin this week enjoying their vacation. Miss Hazel Tanner of Dawson is in Malakoff this week visiting her aunt. Mrs. Dan Gentry. The first bale of 1925 cotton was ginned in Corsicana on July 13th. T h e bale weighed 495 pounds and was raised by Henry Thornton in the Roane communi. ty. TELLING YOU ONCE AND FOI~ ALL..TtlAT t.IGlar BILL I$ TOO HIGIt. IIS rIDICULOUS.I YOij DON'T WATCII TIlINGs clOsE f'NOUGII.YOI~[ GOT lO CUTOUT U$1N" SO N~UCH d U ICE.. AN" TNAT'5 TI-IAT / " / READ "THE PAPER.ME EVEI. Delivered Equipped. .. Bumpers, Spare The, Tube, Tire Lock and Bumper Gucuds ;/~ on your Chev- rolet dealer's ~'ncdeur contest Sus~Icry niQht over StaHon WFAA. iWoqrc~a ~LU be broadcast from the ataqe o~ the Melb~ Theater, arid e~ Sunday niqht thereafter, 0:30 to 9:00 o'clock, It you ~ a'~ ~teur performer cm~ 'w~tt a chgnce to win a line trip to Hol- ly'~oc.,~, '~ith an audition'over Telephone 22 National Broadcu~ Company stution in Los Anqeles, qo to your Dallas Zone Chevrolet ~aler for an entr~ blank an~ full p~'ttculo~rs. (Knee Action $20.50 Additional] Malakoff, Texas I'/V~ GOING TO BED..WAIT THERE'$ 5,O~tEBODY /iT 1FWE O00R .... WHO WAS IT~ A litter of ten Big Bone Po- land China pigs, belonging to W. Y, Howell of Opelika, weighed 907 pounds at the age of 90 days. THE farmer who carefully prepares his soil-- plows, fertilizes, prepares, but does not sow-- what do you think of such a farmer? AND yet hundreds of people in our community are toiling, tilling--plowing without sowing. How can you expect a harvest of money in the days to come if you do not plant some of it in an account here? Ceaseless tilling of the soil without sowing seed is no more useless than endless work without saving. Malakoff, Texas E. O. DODSON, Transter and all kinds of hauling Prompt and Satisfactory Service GUARANTEED! MALAKOFF, TEXAS ALRIGI-IT, HENRY, ALRIGIff. ANYTIIING TO I(EEP YOU FROM 14AVINq F|IGll BLOOD PI(EASURE2 IF YO U EtlER PULL Till S STUNT AGAIN I'LL..WELL I'LL,. I JUST WON'T STAND FOR IT..AND TI-IAI*S THAT/ Till[ PROFIT ON SAP~ITI-1~5 CONTRACT WOULD PAY TLIE L IGHT BILL FOR TWO OR TI4REE YEARS .OUI'T(i-I, \ I OUITCH. TNIS lSll4E CRAZIEST TI-iJNG I EVER I-IEARD OF. IT /~USI- BE MIDNIGHT.. WHY DON'] IHAF KID (0M[ ON BACK WI4Y, HENRY, IT'~; ONLY D:30 JUNIOI~ W,'ll_I. BE 13ACK It4 A FEW I~INUT[S REA D YOUR G REAl JEI.IOSEPHAT ! I BET lie BUYS THAT STUFF FROM OLD ~'~fftN STICKTITI: . . SAy././ AL RI(~I-IT blENRY . m SUPPOSE YOU GO BY Tile TP~.L OFFICEIN TtlE t~0RN, INGAND LET THEM EXPLAIN "1"14[" TO ~OU LIKE 11-1EY DIDI"O ME TODAY, AND IKM(~ YOU WILL BE S,ATISFIED. J, A. FOWLER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Oftice in Skiles Building