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THE MALAKOFF NEWS DOOR There Are ot Like Him Mr. and Mrs. Young Moore of Sulphur Springs, here with his Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mrs. J. R. LaNeir and Palestine spent Christ- on Rout 1 with her mother, P. E, Pettigrew and family u JJ._ Tom Redie (col) was added to this week as a new .. _ , J who is teach- )ublic schools in Texas and Mr. and Mrs A. G. students of Sam Houston Huntsville, spent the rs with Mr and Mrs H T St. and other relatives. M~ Mrs. W. C Bankston, L. Vandagriff and Miss Pettigrew of Dallas ;the holidays here with rela- Carroll Ashley of Ft. Worth aunt, Mrs. Jim Van- here Sunday. He leg accompanied Mrs. Icy for the home of his pa- where Mrs. 'ill visit for a few weeks Mr.0 and Mrs. Clyde McWillams r visited relatives in Mc. during the They were by their sis- Edna Blankenship Hermon Moore visitors in Lovelady over WILL be at Cross Roads each Saturday the remainder of the season to buy your Furs, so bring in.--ALONZO MILLS, Texas. FOR RENT--Two residences in Malakoff. Close to town. Newly papered. One 5-room and one 6- rooms Low rental to desirable parties, See-G. W. LAYTON, Athens, Texas . iL , , ,m hear from an y rave! on their land, tested corn- and the number of acres. gravel has been for what purpose RT DAVIDSON, Tt4~bt E~E~- ~qONDEW. WORRtED e ../ Mrs. Y. E. Crawley and Miss Marguerite Johnson are in Lub- buck this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Johnson, Miss Evelyn Whitehead is re- ported on'the list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cunning ham of Celina spent the week- end with his mother, Mrs. M. J a Malakoff visitor during the hol- idays. .. Joel Ward of Jacksonville was visitor in the city during the holidays. Tillman Payne and little son of Garland spent Sunday and Mon- day here with his mother, Mrs. W. B, Payne. Mrs. Geo. B. Thompson is vis- iting her daughter, Mrs. Beaty Jones in Athens this week. Miles Smith of Murchison spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Lee Smith. Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Riddle- sperger and son, Jack of Cross Roads spent the week. end with relatives in Corsicana. Mrs Nannie Roberts and Mrs Frank Shackelford of Dallas vis- ited relatives in the city Monday Miss Floy Banks of Powell via. md Miss Grace Flagg over the week.end. Henderson Mr and Mrs. Roy Ginn and children visited relatives in Ty- ler over the week-end. Rev. and-Mrs. E L Edgar spent the holidays in Dallas with their son, E L,, Jr. Mr, and Mrs. Roger Harbour and Duncan Talliferro spent Christmas with relatives in Mt. Pleasant and Winfield. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Evans and little daughter were visitors in Gilmer over the week-end. J. W. Robertson was a busi- ness visitor in Corsicana Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson and daughter, Valle'Lee spent Christmas in Palestine with her sister, Mrs, Jess Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. D. Curtis and children were Athens visitors Sun day. E. A. Tanner and son, Jesse, and Percy McLain and wife were Corsicana visitors Sunday. Glorifying Beauty Now A Science 'Glorifying the American irl' is now a science. That, at any rate, is what VictorSchertzinger famous director-composer, be- lieves--and w h a t he proves in "t'he Woman Between," his in- itial directorial vehicle, coming to the Ritz tomorrow and Satur- day. "lt isn't the science of sex ap- peal--it's the science of combin ing the anesthetic with the warm er lures of beauty,' Schertzinger declares. "Costume does part of it Pho- tography accomplishes for the films--now that we've learned the science of photographing beautiful girls in groups and sing ly--what stage presentations can never do. And last, the selection of the girls themselves, by beau- ty of face, form and personality, completes the thrilling picture. 'The Woman Between" is sophisticated story dealing with the love affairs of fashionable New York Modiste who is mar- ried to an elderly financier. DAN J. PAYNE News has been received of the death of of W. F. Prewitt, age 80 of the Post Oak community. Mr. Prewitt passed away at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning At 12:40 Friday morning, De cember 18th at the Scott & White Sanitarium in Temple, death came and claimed the spirit of Dan J. Payne. He was born in Payne Springs on October 26th 1871, thus reaching the age of 60 seres, 1 month and 22 days. Dan Payne was united in mar- riage to Miss Alice Williamson on August 8, 1897 and to this union were born three children, a daughter and two sons. The daughter died in infancy, the elder son passed away at the age of 16 years. The deceased is survived by his wife and younger son, Dan, Jr. One sister, Miss Lilia Payne of Malakoff and one brother, Jeff Payne of San An. gelo Mr. Payne. in early hfe was agent for the Cotton Belt Rail road at Athens, serving in this position for 15 years. He also served as cashier for the Cotton Belt atTyler for a number of years. Later he moved with his family to Hamlin, Texas where he engaged in the merchantile business. During which time he acquired considerable property He was a member of the Christian Church, served as deacon and taking an active part in the church work. He was a member of the Masonic Order and the K. of P. Lodge. Dan Paynewas truly a self. made man. His father and moth. er both having passed away while he was but a small boy. Of the jovial spirit and always a friendly greeting for those he came in contact, he won many friends wherever he went. He was always ready to help the needy and was interested in all things that pertained to the up- building and the betterment of his town and community. His remains were laid to rest in East Cemetery in Hamlin. Ser- vices were conducted by the Rev. T. C, Willet, pastor of the First Methodist Church of that city. How the deceased was loved and respected was shown by the many and beautiful floral offer- ings and the u nusuallv large con- course that fol']owed his rernaim to their last resting place. The writer having known Mr Pavne most of his life, knew him to be one of the best and his loss will be felLin his town and com- munity. To his broken hearted wife and son, and to his sister and brother, we shall say, 'There is no death, the stars go down to rise upon a fairer shore."--A Friend. This Fellow Really Was Waiting for Car Buffalo, N, Y.--'~Pm not kidding Mr and Mrs. Grady Peurifoy you," 12 policemen were told when they doubted a young man's explana- and children of Wortham spent lion that he was "waiting for. a trolley several days this week with her ear" at ,3 a. m. The policemen, an- parents, Mr. and M~'s J.N. Shi- ~waring burglar alarm, had found rey. the young man crawling on hls hands and knees over the cellar grating of a ...... , ...................................... ~tore. "Honest, I'm not kidding you," the E. 0. D O D SO N young man pleaded. "I dropped my ~ TRANSFER carfare down the grating and I haven't any more money. I'm only and all kinds of hauling waiting for a trolley car." The policemen helped the young P,.ompt and satlslractolT ser nmn his carfare and sent him i ...... ..... I fiUARANIEED WORK And Quick Service Patronize Johnson Malakoff, Texas =%"=~N/'~ = = = - -===,P,/YN~ HERE you are, Sir! right in and in a few utes your car is perfectly lubricated -ready for man', miles of trouble-free ing. Not a single part is overlooked. You will like this courteous, quick, etti- cient service. Try It Today! John Bankston, l DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS New Spencer-Carrol] Athens, Texas With Your Approval Fresh, tasty, delicious are the meats. Consistently low are the prices. Reliable and prompt is the service. T.BONE STEAK, per pound ...................... 17c ROUND STEAK, pound ......................... 17c FORE-QUARTER STEAK .................. : .... 13c PRIME RIB ROAST, pound ..................... 15c RIBS and BRISKET, pound ...................... 12c PORK SAUSAGE, pound ........................ 17c HAMBURGER MEAT, per pound ................. 15c PORK ROAST,- pound ............................ 15c PORK HAM, pound .............................. 17c GROCERY MARKET JIM VANDAGRIFF, Manager At this season naturally our thoughts turn toward thos with whom we have been so pleasantly associated. Eadt year we realize more fully our friendships are really what make life worth while and this world a pretty good place to live in. So at this time we want to tell you that have appreciated your friendship, your confidence, your loyalty and your good will. In token of our genuine appreciation we extend you our sincere good wishes for a truly llappy and Most ous New Year. ...... 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