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f THE MALAKOFF NEWS j i J i j , i PUBLISH~ EVERY FRIDAY I II 11 i I I I , I t I ] i Entered at the Postofllce at Malskoff second class matter J L. J. SCHOLL, EDITOR i SubseNDtion Prlee $1.00 a Year Aavertising Rates on request Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. iH/" In case of error In advertisement this paper will not be re- for more than the coht o4 the advertisement, E.O. Dodson and family are a bountiful table at this time with venison and wild tur- key recently received by Express from his son, Excell, who is a South Texas Game Warden ...... Mr and Mrs Richard Tanner have purchased the house and lot now by Brack Anders and They plan to move in as soon as the property is vacated. __ Christmas time is hovering near and we can now begin to look forward to a new supply of "sex" Just why is it that everyone who desires to remember us at the Yuletide season sends sex? Sex have no Christmas sentiment but they seem indispensable as gift items. Personady we would much rather have the money ...... Sam To the Editor of the News; It pays to read advertisements. We pay 14c for a can of syrup here (that means one.half pint.) Retail merchants are not anxious to sell in large quantities for va- rious reasons. The syrup is what my partner in joy and sorrow, calls "Nigger Lasses" I don't know what the term means, but from the expression on her face it is not good. The delivery cost on 1 gallon of syrup from Malakoff by par- eel post to our door step is 61c. Figure it out yourself but use your own judgement in showing the figures to your local mer- chants. I don't know whysyrup should be so high here because other prices compare favorably. Readers of your paper may con- sider me wasteful to spend the DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Office Kilman Hospital Buildlng Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday EACH WEEK H D. B. O WEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in McDonald Bldg. M ALAKOFF. TEXAS floor in a series of gibberish and sputtering that sounded most idiotic. Then the sages all took t h e newcomer to their arms. There is such a thing as being too good you know--Tyler Cou- rier-Times. CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank our good friends and neighbors; who so faithfully and untiringl assist- ed us during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother; also Dr. Owen and W. B Payne; and may the supreme ruler of the universe bless each of you with the blessings you de- serve is our prayer, W. C Cooper Lottie Ruth Cooper Mrs. Chilton Derden. Read the Advert~semen~ nm i I i i . Dear Old Santa Claus By Earl# Hook#r Eatwa money in delivery charges for THERE'S lots el folks I'd like to know the sake of tickling our palates, l Who live in summer rain and snow; Hall of Jacksonville, in joining Who dwell as well. in cold and heat. t ..... but I say, "It Pays to advertise. " And on earth's good old Easy Street, ne eflitor Ior a sort OrlnK a~ . . , WelrPs "u - .... xours truly, But here's the chap /or loud applause. nosy morning, nanuect .... Our good old friend, dear Santa Claire. , . . TOBE JOHN u , US a aollar to renew his Ne s .... t ' "e " ric o" the Though men may come and men may go, :: : Though king, speed/ast a,d then go slow, subscription, saymg that he be-!( Sy p C a th iklr 3; There's one who gets here every year, lisped that was the reason for the ......... On time with his old jingle deer. ..... [aclv. Ires WhiCh [nis sam was So hail this chap for loud applause, InVlWtl;lon. MayOe so--we are ......... I made, was 54c per gallon. 7c less Our food old friend, dear Santa Claus nuc aitogetner aumo, you KNOW. I ....... ....... t tnan me carrying charges.) The world is lull O] heroes great, .... 1! the rural Irlunfls, we mecI __ On deck today, then out o/ date Saturday afternoon, keep their l . ~ . ~m But where's the child who does not cheer I dap t.omes in ror more For tamed Saint mem' ry dear. one to promises to bring us foodstuffs l ,.. -,..- Who does not five her loud applause a~hci! ~iii~~oc~! h!itw~eesa ;:ii!i;~ I h:~! ! i~aea~i :A't t i:n~enYiii: ~i!i!: F.r her food ,rind. old Santa C'a-s? 0, Western New~pa~r Union. r ..... [house, Lucas has gone to Austin venture a second hand sagai -- " " and burned the midnight oil pos- zme stand, operated In connec i " " tins himself on house rules and UGh w th the Whitehead Lunch I " " procedure in order to be sure of Stand. his ground when the legislative hoppers begin grinding next It Pays To Advertise month. " For a green-horn , he --so says one of our readers in declares, I probably shall make T WAS past two when co r tlon seized the Christmas party at Phi ladelphia who recently bought myself obnoxious." Yes, anyJohn Henry's. a bucket of Ribbon Cane Syrup man is going to make himself ob. 'he telegram read: Have had an accident. Do from Kirby's here through a noxious if he takes duties in thenot wait dinner for me. News advertisement. Following legislature seriously. You re- n. STON. an editorial comment of the at- member when Disraeli made his*'Goodness gracious." This from Grandma Eaton, who had come on In fair which recently appeared in first speech, a very brilliant bit of advance to help Mlllle. "What do you this column, we received the tel. elocution, his conferees promptly s,pose has happened?" John Henry grabbed the telephone lowing letter from our Pensylva- froze upon him and blocked him and eaUed Salitown. He got Voc~Wil, hie friend, at every turn. Later he took the klns and asked if he had treated Jim F~ton. No, Dec said, he "seen him In the mornln' drlvln' around in his ear." Other sources of possible Informs. tlon were tried without success. The Make gay gathering of kin-folks settled down to apprehensive walting. Around three-thirty the youngsters L. C. Kee's 5c to $1.oo Store 0omolal.ed of hunger "Now children," Mlllle said. "we'll n uqu r~"ea~-a-'ers While in Athens wait a while yet Maybe Grandpa isn't Your hurt so bad he can't get here." Finally. John Ilenry said he would drive to Balltown and see what he We have a suitable gift for every member could learn. It was a forty-mile drive of the family at prices that will suit you. and tl, e time .ear' ve. but thought best to go. As he was about to leave the drive- way for the road, Grandpa's car was C. Kee's 5c to $1.00 Store seen coming at a daugerous clip. The old man was all smiles as he stopped Athens, -:- Texas before the house and alighted. Grandma. Millle, Jack, Samuel. Mary, Madellne. John Henry and numerous children all asked for an e~planatlon at once. "This morning," said Grandpa, "l sampled some candy your Grandma had made, and It was so tough 1 got my upper aud lower plates stuck to- gether. I pried, and danged if I didn't Next to Jackson's Garage pry two Jaw teeth out of the plate, on tim side I eat with. ! simply had to We always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candies, have 'era for that turkey. The dentist Cakes, Sandwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos. said It would take about five hours, as it would have to be vulcanized. But Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a I'm here and okay l" Genuine "Calf" Sandwich ",od you Just did get here by the skin of your teeth, didn't you. Grand- paT' This was from John Henry, Jr. handle several flavors of-- The party. Joyous. entered the house soon were the said John "plea~ ')')4E MAT,AKOFF NEW I ! These electric appliances are really worthwhile Christmas gilts that will be appreciated by the entire family. Until Christmas we are offering many electric appliances at special holiday low prices and terms. These appliances won't last long at the specials we are offer- ing. Visit our store and make your selections today. A NEW RADIO .. a gift to be appre- dated day in and day out for years to come. This Zenith No. 860 has 6 tubes with 9-robe power. Gets American and foreign stations, broadcasts. A real value at only-- $69.95 Manning.Bowman "SKYLINE" TOASTER Latest type, two. slice tip and mrn Toaster. Regular $3.50 value, only $2.95 FLOOR LAMPS ... or Bridcje Lamps New types, with attractive shades, in a varied choice o~ colors. Here's a gift to please any woman! Special Low Holiday Prices and Terms. GENUINE G E. "SIMPLEX" IRON A quality product well known for its dependabil- ity Regular price. $3.50. Our special price only-- $2.49 HOTPOINT Manning-Bowman "LANCASTER" "WICKSHIRE" WAFFLE IRON PERCOLATOR This fine waffle iron sells regularly for $6.95. Our High quality . . . 6 cups special price, while they capacity; $6.95 value for last, ooly--- only-- $4.95 $4.95 EXTRA SPECIAL Low Prices on G. E. Refrigerators Until Christmas A lasting gift for the entire family, at prices you won't pass up. See them at our store ! TH:NNEw , THE NEW LIFT TOP ST LAMP These Special Low Prices won t last REFRIGERATOR A Gift of long Vts'it our store tod~y and make Ganere~ Electric Better Stght 'your Christmas selections. Easy terms quelit~ thee~jh and nlv--= " at sligbtly btgbe prices, throuqh. Only-~ $6.95 - $si.5o xas [ 'er & ." Ih ),~,~ ,z I- - I I | I I I I --'r'l I i I II I II I li I II I I I I I II I I I I ........................ i .~ - .- o. '- _i- . : :-- : -- ' , i II i l ' YOUR SHOPPIN? T0oUR I. 'It, INCLUDE OUR STORE IN ' " | | S | | | ,; When you start Christmas shopping, be s re t a y e R ; Toys and Gift Goods at ourstore. Our Xmas merchandise is [1 IN J ( useful and praetieal and of durablequaliW. They will give I : a lasting satisfaction to the recipient. Prices are within reach. BATH TUB, | ' COMMODE and Sink a . See The New : Oil Burning Refrigerator In Stock S : NOW ON DISPLAY! Ask us for prices. I | Northeast Corner of the Square ATHENS, TEXAS ~=%%%%=.'=%,'~ II Malnkoff, -:- Texas .............. OLD ~luliiunmiiu~iia ...... CLOIHFS i Are Valuable Than You Might Imagine! Place your order with us now for the meats you'll need at Christmas time. To have them properly cleaned, pressed and re- paired means that they will last a longer time and we make them look like new ones. We sterilize them too...that helps to pro- long their life. DRESSED On Order We will also through the a ne of se! May We Call For Those Old Clothes? Malakoff Dry Cleaners N. Proprietor I I