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~i~ ! y "Where Malakoff Trades" I I COFFEE Our Special I.Ib. ..................... 20 pounds i , i, II ' Ill ' 'l I" I , , , 15c CHEESE Full cream 19c 2-1bs. 17c i Mother's COCOA 3 No. I cans ii ] 'Ill' ' I" II I I I I I I ' ' ' " MILK 6 cans 17c iii i i 2 pounds RAISINS 4-lb. package 25c mill!ill,ill ii ii i i n , i PRUNES 25.1b. box 95c If you are bothered by the itching of Ath .............. yff , t'Da zUC 'TOIt h i i e loma Charlie Vandalzriff, Clinton of Black Ha:k Ointment on a ar-t Brownlow, Floyd Johns, and Jus Intee to kill the itch. Price 50c and $1. [ tin Shirey were Dallas visitors L '[Tuesday. I I[ Mrs. Clariett Thomas enter- ' i , tained Monday afternoon honor. ing Mesdames Miller Faulk and Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Cartlidge Otho Morgan, both having been are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. B. recently married Say Heat Experts Are you a "huddler?" This question has become of prime importance with the coming of cold weather. It is being ans- wered in an educational cam- paign by the gas company to in- struct gas customers in proper methods of heating and ventilat- ing their homes to protect their -- list-- Church News [By J. L. Brantley Pastor] A complete line of FRUIT CAKE II I I II health. Huddling is described as the Fish Are IJsed to- "Clear Even if the weather was very rainy last Sunday a goodly crowd attended all of our services for the day. A number of our people have been sick and some still are. It is our hope and prayer that soon all may be completely recovered and back in their post of service The Henderson County B. T. U habit of families to huddle in one Lake of Mass of Weeds pro~zram is to be had at the Bax or two rooms around small heat Pelplng.--The center of the campus ter Church Sunday afternoon at ers with the doors and windows of Yenchlng university, American mls- 2:30 At that time a Sunday slonary supported institution near Pelp- Sctloo] organization for the Coun- tightly closed during the colding, is a shallow ornamental lake. weather, and it has become pre- Some time ago it was noticed that ty will he perfected. As the valent during the recent depres this lake was rapidly becoming B T. U. Directorof the county choked with weeds. Ornamental qual- work, the pastor would urge a sion. Gas company advertising lties were greatly reduced, and fresh- large attendance fro m ou r appearing in this paper shows men raised objections to being thrown the danger of huddling and gives into the weedy waters, church. Faced with the problem, the busi- The annual meeting of the advice on heating with the view ness department purchased a large of protecting customers from number of "grass fish." These fish, Woman's Missionary Union of winter colds and similar illnesses, true to their name, are vegetarians, Texas will be held in Houston spurning worms, flies, and small fry next Monday and Tuesday. At many of which may be attribut- when timy can browse off succulent ed to imprGperly heated homes seaweed or nibble at grass hanging t~]c same time the Pastor and The latest advertisement in In the water. Lavmea's Conference will be go- Like other grazing anhnals, "grass il~g on there. These meetings the series states that "fifty per fish" have prodigious appetites and will be followed by the Texas cent of all the disabling diseasesmultiply rapidly. Within a surpris- start with a common cold. Thus Ing]y short period the lake was cleared Stair Baptist Convention. It is 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 toilin: tilling--plowing without sowing. How can you ex harvest of money in the days to come if you do not 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 of weeds. the cold germ oecomes -~mer- the pastor's plan to attend some Football Game ff ica s public health enemy num- CRUST Lar.e 92c sessions o[all three of these very important mcetings. Mrs. W.L. (Continued from first page) ........................ her one." The hibernating bab- The Bond Issue Evans, President of our local ( 1121 _ J 100% itcalled huddling is said by doc- I.}li | (1 Dao sugar cured ,PC torn to be contrary to all rules or ..... . W.M.S., will be a messenger run by Mitchell placing the ball ,, ...................... we unaerstanu that some are from our church to the women's on the Teague 30 yard line. A =:: too CHERRIES 3 No. 2 cans 29c lt :h .ass from Bradley to Rogers was e meeting and also to the conven intercbpted by Compton. and a-! tion, pending the action of the gain Teague was forced to punt. ! ..... grms to Limit--3 cans to each customer, attack ground that the grade school church Sunday to authorize both On the return of the punt Rogers of us as her messengers. . I agaln returned the ball 65 yardsi It is good to hear already that down the sideline for a touch-I some.are making plans to attend down. The play was called back, theTexas Baptist Training Union the referee saying that Rogers Convention in Dallas on Thanks- had stepped out of bounds. This giving Day. One church plans was a tough break for the Tigers to have 500 registered delegates, but they again took the ball into i We can have a fine group too Teague's territory, and Captain The writer of thesenotes will as- Patten failecl to make good a sure you of one of the most en- joyable and inspiring Thanks- place kick. As the game ended the Tigers were threateningt he ~iving Days of your life, if you Teague goal line, " attend this convention even for ' Y " selves susceptible to highly corn- ' a single day. .... STOP THAT ITCItING ertson of Trinidad, munieable winter diseases." In August we were informed Roger Wayne Evans Mr, and Mrs. Bob Roberts of Arp spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Roberts. In an effort to assist its cus- tomers to protect their health, the gas company has enlisted doctors, public health authori- tivs and others in the education- al program. They are advocat- ing proper ventilation and uni- form temperatures throughout the home in every room, A book. let entitled "America's Public Enemy Number One," gives vit- al facts on heating. Cartlidge of Kerens this week. Miss Lucille Mitchell and Mrs. John Powers were visitors in Dal- las Wednesday. , , Mrs. L. R. Anderson of Waco Mrs, R. E. Cunningham of were visitors here in the of Mrs. R. E. Cunningham laet week-end. Miss Catherine Chapman, who is teaching school at Chapman, and Mr. and Mrs. James Allen pman of Mount Sylvian spent week-end in the home of Mr. Paul McGregor, who has been in the employ of the Royall Chev- rolet Company for the past sever- al months, left Saturday for Houston, where he has accepted a position as mechanic with the Southwestern Motor Company. : and Mrs. Guy Chapman. 1 Miss Ruth Scroggins of Lever's Chapel was the week-end guest of Miss Sulta Hendricks here. JUST WHAT you have been look. Miss Ruth Garrett was a guest ing for--the complete life of of friends in Athens over the WILL ROGERS, famous cowboy week-end, humorist, in book form. 300 in- teresting pages to ether with Little Royall and Vernell Allen numerous illustrations. xcel. spent last week-end in the home lent binding and nicely printed. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dennis A fine addition toany library. On of Athens. sale now at only $1.00 per copy. ................ Pay only 25c with the order.- Mrs. G. W. URREY, Malakoff, Texas. Miss Martha Weller, who is teaching school at Flagg Lake, spent last week.end here with her parents. Roger Harbour was a business visitor in Athens Monday. 120 ACRES of land 5 miles north of Trinidad; for sale or will rent for cash--Dr. C. H, NASH, Mala- koff, Texas. that the only way to get help to complete this project was to ap- ply to the PWA with headquart- ers at Fort Worth. Inquiry de- veloped that application had to be made by September 1st, and actual work under this branch had to be started by December 15th. For safety they increased our allowance to $13,636,39, or nearly double the amount we asked for. amount they agreed to giye as a grant free $6,136 36 and will loan to us $7500 at 4 per cent. We will not spend as much as allowed by the Government, and whatever amount less than the $13,636.36 is not spent will be prorated, 55 per cent which will be applied on the $7500 bond is- sue. So while we are under their in- structinns we are compelled to vote bonds for $7500, and our ac- tual bond indebtedness will be less than this amount. Old Grade Buildin You will note under this branch, application had to be made by September 1st and work started December 15th. Some are critizing the trustees for not remodeling the grade building which they claim has been condemned. This building has been repaired and passe in- spection; however, we would like to have had it rebuilt for com- fortable convenience and to save maintenance. We asked Mr. Montgomery if they could possibly make a simi- lar deal and permit us to start the work as soon as our school year ended instead of December 15th, as we had no building to use during the winter months. The answer was that all projects had to be started December 15th in this branch. We could not afford to close our school building for one whole term. Public buildings are being con. structed in other communities. You will have to help pay for them; so why not let them pay for yours? Respectfully, W. D. PUTERBAUGH Mexican School Eighty.One lakes Juana Domingas, Carmen School Honor R011 Looez, Hesiquito Pins, Francisca Heruandez, Faustina Pins. llth Grade Sore Bleeding Gums Only one bottle LETO'S PYOR- Naomi Clay, Vernon White- RHEA REMEDY is needed to con- head, Martha Huff, Sara Orrick, vince anyone. No matter how bad your case, get a bottle, use as di- Lovers Patten, Vernon Patten, rected, and if you are not satisfied Sara Alice Carson, Joe Ady, Zil!a druggists will return your money.- Jackson, Janice Owen, Belle PAYNE DRUG STORE. McClure, Alva Marie Tidmore. 10th Grade Harvey Dee Bradley, Doris Mitchell, J. L. Wortham, Clinton McGregor, Winnie Merle Bay- less, Irma Slaughter, Mary Dee Stacy. 9th Grade Martba Carson, Ruth Neal, Helen Neal, Norms Orrick. 8th Grade Billy Grey Payne and Mum rice Sherman. 7th Grade Martha Baird, Vivien Marie Kirby, Erline Smith. 6th Grade Fayrene Dodson, Ouida Owen, Oleta Thomas, Cameron Mit- chum, Lucile Miller, Mildred Perkins, Swift Benjamin. Ray- mond Reese. 5th Grade Bonifacio Pins, Gladys Joe Robertson, Geronimo Guzman, Vivian McGregor, Alice Jane Phillips, Audrey Rogers, Martha Moore. 4th Grade Bobby Orrick, Paula Molina, Billy Scholl, Annie Marie Perry. 3rd Grade Jay A. Ballard, Sidney Eaton, Bob Lindsey, Bobby L u k e Sparkman, Era Belle Hayes. Mary Gene Rogers, Thaer Ben. jamin, Larry FJagg, Fred Quill- an, Joan Evans, Louise Reese. 2nd Grade Concepcion Nieto Harold Car. son, Betty Mitchell, Mary Fran- ces Derden, Rosa Belle Thorton, Jeanne Royall, Elvin Taylor, Jeanne Davis, June Hampton, Margaret Jo Goodgame. 1st Grade Jack Weir, Sylvia Maxine Dyer, Charles E1 m o Bowman, Hubert Dollar, Harold Brown, Clyde Ray MoWiUiams, Crackers 2 pounds for-- C Illl Pinto Beans 10 pounds for-- C SODA Three 10c boxes- C Meal and Hulls 100-pound sack-- C Potted Ham 10 cans for-- C Free Delivery ~il i,, f Ii With liquid soap and holder i I ,,, i f i 3 10C boxes 6 rolls for A good The Senior B. Y. P. U. of the Baptmt Church was entertained last Friday at the home of Misses Ada Ann and Edith Prince. DR. JOE B. WILLIAMS Specializing in correcting defects of vision with glasses Every Monday At Main Hotel Malakoff, "rex. "Pay CASH and SAVE Money" The Methodist [By Gee. C. Hardy, As we go to the Annual ference at Henderson, our ers are with Weldon Moore he may recover from his tion. Only God can help i hour like ihis. We urge our people to with Bro Brant]ev and his ple both Sunday morning night services. We urge yc attendyour own Sunday S, andLe ague meeting and then to hear our good neighbor as preaches. Sunday night, November ~ ere will be a union .rmt ay Program at the !orb Church at 7:15 P. M. We Bro. Brantley in sending a cial invitation to Ex-ServiCe and women for this cial numbers are to be for the hour dedicated to Peace. The Ex soldiers nurses are expected to short talk on "Why I Peace." It is expected to the nature of an ex meeting with the two coucluding with short SUGAR" Imperial Cane--lO C CORN 3 No. 2 cans-- ! C Tomato Soup Campbell's- 3 cans-- C LARD 8-pound carton-- C SALMON 2 cans for-- C /ii! Telephone 32