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F] Bm,EO [,,[mY r,uRsuAY the Posto jtter: - L J. SCnOLL, EDVrOR nd Ca:'ds o: Th ,nks ml st )e paid for at r of error in Ldvertise neat ;his paper will more than the cost of the advertisement, PRICES Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. z rot in advertisement this paper will not be re- z ,re than the cos! of th( advertisement, In REDUcTION - ' " - , , pLAIN 25 TO 40 Y_ f , when the editor ! GOOD AND BAD 3 I in ca,, y0ur att - , -: .... , , NOT AN AUCTION, able space in this By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK ~ ~ -- e have just simply made a discovery. We have found ~ncia~. tha oant'i,,n ~ Dean of Men, University o[ ~ that our common, everyday prices are lower than others ........... v ..... , q. Illinois @ Letter Box" which we will _ :_.7__ -'-'- are offering at special sales and auctions, and then to be absolutely sure that we were right we made still another give to any of our readerswe are very frank and open these ! ~ ~l~ J l price reduction on each and every car, and now we are expression ot nls or her days, as compared with what we once subject. We wel- were. Young peo- prepared to say that we are offering the greatest values in at all times, stories con- pie are, especially. We say what we Smart Suit for Fall Model A Fords in Henderson County. Malakoff--herpast, pres. think, we talk e future about anything, no And Don't Forget: All Of Our Cars Go Through issue contains thisl matter how per- ------- Our Shop Before We Offer Them For Sale. i a story concerningt sunni or private it Mr' and Mrs. S. A. Anderson may be. We dis- ritter, by Mr. D, T,] cuss subJects qulte were Wylervisitors Sunday. II Come Early! Get Your Pick! Corsic is, former resi-] openly and glibly of this city, Mr. -Griffin is[ now, which forty Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harbour Open Sundays Till 5 P. M. or fifty years ago the welfare of Mala we should hardly spent Tuesday with her sister in d reason. First; have dared to Commerce. 1928 Ford Tudor Sedan .............. $275 ome and the home of think about. We 1928 Ford Tudor Sedan $325 c o n c e a 1 nothing .............. and mother. Second; these days, physical or emotional Mr Nelson Gilreath was avis- 1929 Ford A Sport Roadsier .........$285 )erty here and is we are nn open book, so to speak, itor in Dallas Friday and Satur-I |1 1929 Ford A Fordor Sedan .... $435 interested inthe which can be examined and read by day. ] ........ every passerby. Possibly this Is Just I 1930 Ford A Sport Roadster .... $445 of our town. as well, but there are times when I --'--~ -- - ...... 'our attentmn to hi.-am of the opinion that if we should Warren Christian of Kerens/ " ~r~ keep some things somewhat more In was a visitnr i. tt, o -'o-.c~..a ..... ~ s $4~ ~.~/z~r~' Sp~u~ u', .... -~,t ,re should have pro- . me.weak ar~city hnuai; 1930 Ford Standard Coupe .......... $450 will De Iouno'~gi,the" " • .... n* ...... Mr. ana Ylrs. real refinement and good manners. Mrs. Maude Payne and Mr. 1928 Ford A Standard Roadster... $325 •'here was a good deal of smoking and Mrs. W. B. Payne and Billie Too much to eat--too rich a diet--or Letter Box is for you and when I was an undergraduate in col- you use it for the lege--clgars it was then, for only the Gray spent Thursday in Kerens too much smoking-. Lots o~ thin . 1928 Essex Coach .................... $225 ~our stomach, hut one thing can correct betterment of the town depraved and the effeminate were sup- with Dr. and Mrs. A J. Overton. it quickly. Phillips Milk of .\h,g,esiaMaxwell Coupe, A 1 Condition ....... $125 :1)used to descend to the level of the will alkalinize the acid. Take a sl,oon- live. cigarette. Women had not yet suIll, lul of this pleasant preparation, and the 1927 Ford Tudor Sedan ............... $185 -- ~-- ciently developed mentally to take on Mrs. W. B Pay ne and Mrs. system is soon sweetened. and their followers ~the manly art. One morning in chapel Dan Royall were Dallas visitors Phin|ps is always ready to relieve 1927 ModelT Roadster ............. $65 the president spoke to us about the Friday, Payne stopped over alstress from overeating; to check all .... city shortly after !habit of smoking, seidity; or neutralize nicotine. Re- for Wills Point for "I s~moke," he admitted, "but not in Kemp to visit her parents over member this for your own comfort.: for p~lbllcly. Smoking is a the sake of those around you. Emh)rsed habit whichthe week-end. Irish green basket weave cloth is by physicians, but they always say battle of the season one practices, if at all, in lfls own the material used for this extremely ~hillip#. Don't buy something else and Wills Point eleven. It iroom at home. In public It Is bad be rather nice if a large ~taste, bad manners. I should as soon Mr. and Mrs. D. Curtis anc smart mllt for early fall. The Jacket ~pect the saxne resultsl of the suit is fitted to the form and our people could make walk across the campus eating a piece Miss Grace Flagg were Waco the skirt is nmde with snugly-fitted to make the trip of custard pie as to smoke a cigar." visitors Tuesday. top and ch'cular flounce, which is Dealers of Ford Products We have had "no smoking on our graduated in length. The hat worn The Wills Point-~eampus since. With this suit is a combination of Athens, Texas ,e Tigers here a All sorts of personal things Which Paul Bankston and LloydTiner green corded silk and felt. A green- of Magnesia and-orange scarf, tnn bag arid shoes "PIONEER GARAGE OF ATHENS'" back by only one" 'donelmightinbetterpubllcbenow,d°newithin prlvateapparentlyare were Dallas visitors last Thurs- and doeskin gloves complete the en- t. Each team scored two. not the slightest embarrassment. We day. aerobic. " Read the AdvertlsementL which conveys the haven't as yet got to the point of t~ .............................. brushing our teeth as we walk along Mr. and Mrs. I P. Tidmore ,-'~ that the two elevens are very the street, but I am sure it would give PEW--MOORE The game ri. no one any serious shock to see it were Corsicans vimtors Tuesday. 1 be a real fight and those done. go are sure to get a thrill. Ella and George were going by our " W. T, Phillips-of Temole is Miss Imo Moore and Mr. Daitle. house the other morning on their way to school, chatting familiarly as young visiting his son, W. E Phillips Pew, both of this city were unit- ed in marriage at the home of folks will. He was combing his hair. and family here this week. BUT TRUE . detall which late rlslng and a de- ~ Rev D R. Cartlidge at Athens layed breakfast had caused him to Saturday evening, Rev. Cart- Lauder, the famous postpone until he was out of the Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bishop lidgeofficiating. house. She had an open compact In were Corsicans visitors Sunday.Miss Moore is the daughter of comedian and singer, was her hand and was putting the finish- Ink touches on her lips, her eyebrows, Mr. and Mrs Tom Moore of this --o--- and her cheeks. Neither was in any W.E. Phillips and Dodge Gen city. Mr. Pew is in the employ sense embarrassed, try were Dallas visitors Sunda.v. of the Malakoff Fuel Company "watered stock" Women smoke everywhere now--on from a custom among] the street, in motor cars, in public They will make their home here. ers of feeding their] p ees of every sort without regard Albert Tanner of Dallas is vis- for other people's tastes or comfort. Ring in the city this week. before selling. TheyI The dining ear on which I ate lunch- and Mrs E L. Swink at Winkler ,let their stock drink all the] eon, between Bismarck and Mlnneapo- they wanted before sellingIils, was clouded with smoke frmn Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Schneek ht. women's cigarettes. Tlmy comb their left Tuesday for a visit with rein- Brings Mother " [ hair In church, and powder tl~elr noses tives in Kansas City. and rouge their lips on the. street, in Greatest Happhleu Building MILLIONS MORE tires and enjoying lowest the theater, and in the most public ~I am so happy since my little boy, COSt Goodyear has teadily raised the quality of iLs average person in the places. There is hardly a detail of Mrs. H: L. Flagg, Miss Archa Francis, gets out and plays with the thas 185 telephone their toLlet which one may not 0b- tires in the face of reducing prices to the lowest levels serve, In fact, cannot help but observe, Flagg and J H. Roberts were children again," says Mrs. G. M. wherever one goes. Maybe It is all Corsieana visitors Friday. Hays, who lives at 215 Colqnit ace~ in history. Today, more than ever, THE WORLD'S nue, in Bossier City. GREATEST VALUES ARE GOODYEARSI right, maybe it ls good taste. Maybe. - . "For a long time he didn't seem to ' w,o,i H.L. Flagg and T. A. Bartlett have any life about him and was aw- --" . ~' fnlly cross. My mother said he acted Look at these Prices were business visitors in Dallas like he had round or pin worms, He Monday. would cry out in his sleep, and grit his teeth. On my mother's advice I, Latest, Finest, Improved Types--Guaranteed . in Five Minutes began giving him White's Cream for Life---Mounted---Backed by Our Service Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cartlidge Yermifuge and he started picking returned Monday afternoon from right up. He sleeps soundly,' isn't Ove slze Big Over ige cross and doesn't grit his teeth any Balloons Cords andW°nderfUIpalne AImostF°rmulaLIkeEndSMagle.Ache| a few days vacation trip to HotI allm°re.dayN°Wlong."mY boy romps and plays 8omethlng Better and Safer Ark. [ . Whitc's Cream Vermifuge is won- Thousands of men and women I derful for children when they de- are now stopl~tng throbbing, sick, dizzy, splitting headaches, as well Mrs. G. C. Browniow and Mrs. velop ro nnd or pin worms usually as the excruciating pains of rheu- Scroggins and daughter spent $rom cauag too much uncooked food. Six Ply--In These Sizes! matlsm, neuritis, toothache, etc., with a marvelous new formula that Saturday and Sunday in Hubbard FLAGG DRUG COMPANY. Is said to be far superior to any- ith relatives of Mrs. Scroggins. __.. ther your favorite food thing heretofore used. fish or vegetable it It contains no aspirin, acetanilid, ' ...... , etc., and is absolutely safe and I.N. Stokes left Monday for , complete with- harmless. This remarkable for- POTPOURRI mula, called A-VOL, Is being pre- Arlington where he will enter ' " scribed by thuusands of doctors, the Masonic Home to make his dentists and welfare nurses be- cause of the quick, efficient way it future home. Pacific Cable relieves all types of aches and " For P nge For Trueiw Bread pains without depressing the heart, There was no direct cable or causing any other harmful el- W.M. Smith and Linton Cun- connection across the Pacific ~]~]~tr~ ]~[~][~ fects. A-Vol quickly stops the most ningham left Friday for Birming- until 1902. when Canada, New ~ $ i delicious, severe pain. leaving the patient re- Zealand, and Australia were ,4~(]I~D]~'~ freshed and feeling fine. Especially ham, Aia. Mr. Smith has ac- Joined... This cable, aln~pst 8,000 dish. effective in women's period pains, cepted the oosition as State Dis- miles long, has several sections, ~]~A,I~I~[~JD]F~}g Guaranteed Goodyear Tubes also cost less. To quickly pr0vo to yourself that rieh in nutrition, too. this is truly a remarkable formula, tributor of Alabama for the tOuching the Fijt islands and other unimportant points. A '~ J~tSt step into your ~learest drug Crazy Well Water from Mineral Ask your grocer store and get a package.of A-eeL second ~ Pacific cable, between for a few cents. Take a couple of Wells. Mr. Cunningham will San Francisco, Hawaii and Ms- ~]~ e~ tablets right there. If your pain seek employment in that city. nila, completed in 1903, has is not gone in llve mlnute~, tlae since been extended to Japan clerk will return your money. • ~ and the East Indies. Malakoff Texas with