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THE MALAKOFF NEWS llyP. O. Alemulo " J~ ~ ' 9# ' FINNEY OF THE FORCE ................ - "Spirit" Preparations +~;H~ch's Neat Rebuke~I~, to Overzealous Priest o ~.~ng Leopohl of Eel~imn,--merry fld goal--had a eaustlc wit. On one oc- casion when he wq~ at his chalet at :!illl OStend, the pnriMi I.'i,'st approaelted 'illiti him and asked for n private word with ,,,o. w,,oo,,,o ,,,.o ,,..oa,o,,. ,,.. ! h k ! -' z '~ i r " v " re, I am p ofoundly gne ed, he ~ld.' "There is a rumor, L am sorry t~ say, that your majesty's private life ts not marked hy tim austerity suit- t~d tothe lofly and diiIicult task which G:od has laid tff, on the m~marehs of this eitrth. Remember, sire, that It be. 'hOOves kings to ~et an' example to tlielr subjects." F.or 20 minutes the king listened pa- tlently to the utlernnces of the good lean, ontil the priest desisted from ~nt of breatlt, relates Evelyn Graham (|l;l, his authoriz~,d biography of King Albert, nepimw (d' Leopold). ! "~mt a funny thlng, Monsieur Is Tom B. Knott of Kemp,s visit-l dare,' said tlle king, fixing him with ins his sister, Mrs. W. B. Payne1 .a cold look and smiling slightly. 'Do Jr. here this week. l ~qU know, people here told me exactly PREPAREDNESS tle ,ame thing about you' . . . ' IN BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Roy I. Weir and Gee. Whitehead of 'Ranger is/] Malakoff, Texas ~y I refused to believe lt.'--Kantm~ Times. _ ey n. s. HECHT, [Misses Dorothy and Grace Flagg visiting his brother, Fred White-.[ * .rtos, ,aoke,s ,soo at,oo. I were visitors in Dallas Thursday. head here this week. / Open Every Night and ;Little Profit Found m" My observations for maay years, t I -- .......... Search for S.nual.- b th as an employee as an e,oou-I Miss Fay Nell Kilgore spent A oo. t Sunday Afterao0n tire, have convinced me that the red- 'several days- the past week in" . ............................ , A tlme comes to most of us when son some meri and women go ahead [ . _ ...... Claude Hamil of Houston spent [ :I~e means Just a little more than and others do not is that some keep Athens the guest of Miss Ethel . .... [ ,several days In the city VtSlting l Fresh, Cool Water i~htying around. We must not think themselves constantly prepared to ac- iNoble" her daughter, Mrs. T, A. Bart-I " pumped continually a second that there should be no cept and fulfill larger duties and re-i I I~I i ~aY. That would be Uuwlae. But ~hatols foolish la the attitude that sponslbllitles am they offer, and some [ " [ left Ittst week. I wire Prices: do not. L)C and 25c l Maynard and Gresham Fowler I ' -- I Life Sweeter Now . i~II~i~ Ue to the belief that, to gala Grant, as we must, t.hat there is a Ireturned Thursday night from a ....... . .... I ~I have been so much better slnce ~I found the medicine which helps me "~ ~pplness---for that Is, after all, what certain element of luck in tile eondl- /two weeks vacation trip to Cole-[caiW~m~i?~:i:'s~'~:ustl~e ,i Children under 5years Free ~ all sorts ond all kinds of fun and promotion comes to different men and redo points, and sick headaches," says Mrs. M, Rent a Suit 10c ~lle, women, we neverth'eless must also see gS~me~Ime~ extends that: ' Ferguson. . :Houston. "After one of those head- it beyond that It is each Individual's own state ] LeRoy Kirby and family re.IB" I '/We Seek every kind of sensation we of preparedne~ which determines his | turned Thursday from a vacation --'------ [ aches I would be so nervous and ~ ~ulbly can In our pursuit of gaiety, ability to seize opportunity If and ~ worn out I could not sleep and didn't ~dft~P~ ~ _. ' . _. - - = _ Whenever a new Idea Is mooted w~whoa It comes, and having seized it, [trip to south Texas cities. I Mrs. A. J. Overton and daugh- l want a bit of food to eat. It was , , after It wlth renewed vigor, in the to succeed in rueetlng the greater de- ] ........ [ter of Kerens spent Tuesday ] so hard for me to do my housework and care for my family. Since I b di ~dALAKOFF INSURANCE Af~NCY ~hOpa that the boredom of life--as mantis which it inevitably places upon | Mr and Mrs Jess Dunton and I afternoon in the city with her l have been taking Herbine all of this ~11 When You Think-',t~. @me limited minds regard It--Will be him. trouble is behind me and I am so ~anged to a really good tlme. Real advaJ~eement never means go-leon, Joe of Corsicans spent Sun.|mother, Mrs. W. B. Pavne. glad."