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MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank k Pd "the Voice of The Lignite City" ii P. T. KIhMAN, M. D. Medicine and Surgery M A LAKOFF TRINIDAD Phones 81, 78, 71 Phone 34I ~ Kilman Hospital, Malakoff, No. 81 VOLUME 24 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1936 NUMBER 18 Member Federated and Red and White Stores Ladies' All Weather Men's "Dandy" Regular $2.69 value Good weight Ladies' Rayon Stripe Regular 25c value Men's Work Blue Chambry Children's Ribbed Very Special, pair Children's Taped The suit--- Malakoff Schools Get Pecan Trees From The Home Of Sam Houston Malakoff Public Schools have recently received from M. H. Stougard, Caretaker of the Sam i Houston Home, Huntsville, Tex- !as, eighteen pecan trees which were grown from the original tree planted by Sam Houston at Huntsville almost one hundred years ago. Request was made for these trees by Superinten- dent M. P. Willis. The trees have already been put out on the elementary school campus where much care is being taken to keep them intact At about the same time last i year eighteen other trees from this same stock were received and planted on the high school campus. The two campuses now boast thirty-six pecan trees from the most famous of all the pecan trees in Texas. It is hoped that the citizens of Malakoff will co- operate in their care by keeping cattle and other animals off the II school campuses. New Picture House Opens Here Friday The Malakoff Comunity Thea- ter. owned and operated by the Community Pictures Corporation, opened its doers to the public here on last Friday evening, and One table "Peters" Tennis the opening performance was greeted by a large audience. Mr, Tom Norman. who is manager of ,, the house here, announces that ] ladies priced to 2.50 Sizes 1 1-2 to 4 he was well pleased with the re- . 1 25 34c ception accorded the Malakoff $ Theater at its opening show, and he promises theater-goers of : ...... " _ ---, Malakoff and all the surrounding towns and communities a really ill 1 I worthwhile show house if they will but signify such a desire by i their regular attendance, i rocery I The new theater here has been p e equipped with all machinery new and sound equipment, and the i building has been completely or-i , erhsuled and repainted through. A n Pure Cane m' 1 out, The company has expend-i U ed considerable funds in prepar- ing an up.to-date moving picture i 10.lb cloth bag ,.}1 theater for the people in thisl Full ouart eanut Butter Armours- -' " 5C commumty, and ,f ,t ,s to remain [ .... here, said Mr. Norman, it must l necessarily be through the co- ooe.,tioo.n t, the people. The management I Shelled halves I Good with all meals | Cream center choc. I announces that they will gladly ! 29c lb. I 19c lb. 13 lbs. 25c I new seats and make other . . changes tha tend toward the T California comfort of their patrons just as quickly as business permits it. t-.l LLU lceburg ,, Johnson's Shoe Shop With cup and M'ff To Change Location saucer or plate A' The kind l-lb. .24 The Johnson Shoe Shop, which (lmlratlon Coffee you enjoy 3-1bs .69 has been doing business for sev- Come in Saturday and drink a cup with us. eral years on Terry Street south of the railroad, is moving this week to a new location in the T. J. Swanson business block. ~ Bayer's in tins For everybody | Control that cold The building, which has housed L / the shoe shop, will be tnoved as a unit to the location formerly used -- -- by Willis Beard's fruit stand ad- Cheaper 1-1b. joining Clay's Barber Shop. The , than meat cans other frame building will bemov- ed farther forth on the Swanson Armour's Star property. . Mr. Johnson saicl, in moving into the business section, that he felt sure that he would enjoy an increase in his business by being more conveniently located. He also plans to add a shoe shining chair to his equipment and ser. vice as soon as his business be- comes permanently located in the new quartile. 2 large cans No. 2 an. Puffed 3 25c 3 for 21c WHir pkg Small whites pounds June alakoff Man Is ;ix Allegiances Stricken While On Told In Parade Visit Near Kerens Of Texas Flags Ode Humphries, who resides Romantic history that makes two miles west of MalaKoff on up the background of Texas, the Highway 31 was stricken with a Lone Star State, is told in the hemorrhage, resulting from a Cavalcade of Six Flags that will ., stomach ulcer, while on a visit feature in the Texas entertain- near Kerens about 10 o/clock Sun- melt in the holiday celebrated in day morning. The ambulance California with the borning of from the Ballard Funeral Hcme 1936, an anniversary year of sol- here was called, and he was emn significance to Texans brought to his home. It was in the year '36 of the Although considerably weaken- century before that Texas won ed fr.om loss of blood, he has independence from the govern- shown improvement at the time ing nation of the south, won in- of going to press, and attending dependence under the Lone Star physicians do not regard his con- that a Georgia girl fashioned on: dition as being of a serious na- a panel torn from a white silk ture. petticoat. Before that Texas had paid al- legiance to three flags. The three Funeral Services gold fleur-de-lis, the Royal flag For rs. Benfield of the French rulers was planted ith LaSalle's landing and found- Held At Trinidad of Espiritu Santo. The Span- ish conquistadores, then the col- Funeral services for Mrs. Bet- insts, followed discovery of a ty Benfield, 60, of Cayuga, were rich new Spain, and then came held at Trinidad on Sunday after- the declaration that brought the noon December 22nd. Services colors of Mexico. were conducted by Rev. J. C One hundred years ago the Blalock, pastor of the Baptist Lone Star was raised, and nine Church of that city. Burial, years later voluntarily hauled with the arrangements in the down, to be replaced by the Union hands of the Ballard Funeral Jack as Texas became a State in Home here, took place immediate, the Union ly following in the Trinidad Cem- During a break in the 1860s, etery, with twelve sister states Mrs Benfield's death resulted was under the Stars and Bars of Cash I On the Highway i i I Specials--Sat. 'tll Mon. Crystal Corn Flakes Wedding, large Large Size Pork and Beans i Tomatoes call ii i quart No. 3-- Brooms Good ones-- Linen-- 5c Small cans 5C pH'I Softer--sudsier --easier on your hands -- 6 bars for 25c - I i I Admiration, 1 pound John French, Trinidad, Stand- NOTICE ard Coupe. sman Circle Archie Wood, Jr., Athens. Mas- Grove No. 1231 ter Town Sedan. Beginning this month I will Earl McNeil, Cross Roads, collect the dues so will be grate- Master Town Sedan. ful to one and all if you will bring them in to me. I will not Mrs. Truelove did. to go around and collect them MINNIE MAGUIt _ I lll r , i i i ii i,11 ii i II I Vienna Sausage 4 cans 28c i i i i IIII iii from severe burns which she sus the Southern Cunfederacy in the tained on November 30th when War between the States. Pound , her clothing caught fire from a -- -- ' o ...^ ...... heating stove at the home of her .... o_,__ Pork ausage Pound daughter, Mrs. C. J. Brown of v.,evrolet Dal , , the Cayuga Community,. with Total Twent:v-Two Weiners 2 Ibs. 29c whom she had resided since the _ _. ". . _ death of her husband about threeIn Nov. And Dec. I ! months ago. The husband was -- ................................. , --- ............. - " also buried in the TrinidadCeme- New car sales mode by the ,' tery. Of her family of five, only Royall Chevrolet Company here , the daughter, Mrs. Brown of Cay- during the past two months, in. uga, survives. duding both trucks and passen- Pa: he' ........... tot,, d ent,.t,o. , I;.. Texas Crater Fl-- Sa es of these units, not includ- e. ay ing the numerous used car trans- actions effected by the local corn. Lead To State Park ECONOHY STORE piny over the perlod, were made -- as follows: Odessa, Texas, Jan 1--The . A Complete Line of Good Merchandise fa tthatt" " .' .. BlllShelton, Eustace, 0..., I lIEN c nero IS a me,orGieS era ....... one nag l;Qn r, rucg. -- ' . i ter m Ector County may mean ....-.. r, ..... ............ C.C. Durt e, zna me xexas cra er wm ne .. ach turned into a State or national ". .......... ........ i)r. d. viacney, 'lalaKOl% parK, aepenamg on tne results , , Master Sport Sedan. of a conference between N. N ............. ........ " "" =e"' M F ] INIDi ~lnlnger, l)enver geologlsL aug ,~, -- ,~ __ ._ m ,_. ~.___~ w. et. onner, y er, ,-, anuard Texas Park Board memners " ac" tSO n. Accordi,ng to Mr.Nininger, T a Bartlett M l-ko ete " . . ... , ,., ,, .,.u u u, prominent ..... m .prologist. who t^-e,- .,.u"^wn oaedan. == w == came toTexasin. . thelnterest of w.. perg , t rosi''" M 'i'dles er " s [ I CEIID gathering materml for the Texas o*as qtandard Town oaan I Museum of Natura .istory, one Athe;; of the many attractions of the . ,, ' ' ' l l ter t oupe. Texas Centennia Ce ebrations," " " oster "i a nd I . ,wnon , - the Texas crater600 feet m .... In ...... ara .town eaan. diameter anu rivals in some re- -, ., . ..... b.N. forK, ~ustace, FiCK-Up, spects the famousAr]zona crater. A W ao ..... r'-ock^** o_ rove a : t " "" inersasth i ..... Y i r r. Nin g y e ex stence "ne *^- m'" -" of the crater is little known in .. . _ eeves, wmona, aas[er Osslb Texas ' " m. " ..... Town Sedan. ne meteorite passeo over the ............ ........ d.W. Dusn, rdaoflnK, lrucg. i lexas 'annanole on tne morning ", time we ..... J. D, Waller, Malakoff, Pm - v arch 24, 1933, startling two u" night flying aviators and attract-A.a,.o.,= Truck ing wide attention. The fliers7' D' "Nel'son?' Route 2, "Town were doubted bv many when g- l'an" they told their story of the flam- ].h.o.. ing meteor. Traveling at ap.ar "Co"un'e ........ ' .......... proximately 26 miles per se- -M A a o,,o M.a cond, it lefts trail of dust and i:er'Sp rt ; ':n? .............. " smoke 200 miles long and three Miss Maudie tarrell, Malakoff, miles deep. Standard Sedan.