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?/!i ~/ MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Ot~ce at First National Bank VOLUME 24 d ,4 "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" j P. T. KIhM&N, M. I). Medicine and Surgery MALAKOFF TRINIDAD Phones 81, 78, 71 Phone 341 $ Kilman Hospital, Malakoff, No. 81 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1936 NUMBER20 1 Starts Sat. 18th Sale Sizes are broken but, we have complete sizes in the lot. Ladies' Shoes Straps, pumps and ties, also 1 rack of 'Peters" shoes, priced to $2.50 ...... Shoes priced to $3.95 .......... [] [] Hen's Shoes Take Their January Cut $3.95 $2.98 $1.98 Shoes Shoes Shoes Children's Shoes Now 79c, 98c, 1.59 Select now while stocks are full b, 54-inch Wool Tweed Novelty checks and plaids. 98c value--SPECIAL ,O 54" Wool Crepe and Flannel $1.50 yard value SPECIAL, yard_ One Table Ladies' $1.98 and $1.49 values Special, each i Carson Lumber Com- pany Is New Name For Nal___akoff Firm The firm of the Malakoff Lum- ber Company, which has been do- ing business here since its organ. ization in 1913," on January 1st changed its name to that of the Carson Lumber Company. The i change in the title however, ac- cording to Manager Dwight Car. son, will not affect the operating personel nor the business po'icy of the yard. The original Malakoff Lumber Company was organized into a stock company in 1913 under the Corporation Laws and was grant- ed a charter from the State. The late J. J. Carson, who was the founder of the business, held the controlling interests of the firm and in the years following its or- ganization, the Carson interests have come into possession of the remaining stock. Although the Carsons have owned the business for several years, it has continued under the corporation name, 'With the permission of the State the corporation was allowed to be dissolved and the Charter releas- ed, effective January 1, 1936 The business henceforth will be known as the Carson Lumber ~O C mpany, being owned in its en. tirety by the J. J. Carson estate. lqalakoff Schools Have 25 Credits Of Mfiliation Announces Candidacy al Services For District Judge Held Saturday For --- Uncle Hawk Fosterl Funeral services for H. S. + (Hawk) Foster. 82, who passed .... away at his home on West Mitch. On the Highway i Cash Specials-Sat. 'til Mon. am Street about 9 o'clock Friday evening, were held from the resi- dent at 2:30 P. M. Saturday, with J. L. Brantley, Baptist pas- tor, and Rev. Thomas M. Price. Methodist pastor, jointly officiat- ing. Burial, in charge of the Malakoff Masonic Lodge, of which order the deceased had been a faithful member since 1894, were held immediately fol. lowing in the Malakoff Cemetery Uncle Hawk, as he was famil- iarly known among his friends and associates here, was born in Anderson Countv February 17. Post Bran box 10c Mother's Oats [] SAM HOLLAND ...... The News is authorized to an- 1854, and died at the advanced nounce Sam Holland of Athens as age of 81 years and 11 months on a candidate for the office vf Dis. January 10, 1936. In 1874 he trier Judge, subject to the action was united in marriage to Mira of the Democratic primaries. Eva Mead and to this union Mr Holland is a member of the children were born, four sons law firm of Bishop & Holland of and two daughters. Of the.con. Athens and has served as Dis. ly oneson, Albert, and onedaugh trict Attorney in the three-county ter, Mrs. D, D. Billings, both of district, composed of Henderson, this city, survive, In the year Anderson, and Houston counties, 1855, Mr. Foster and his family the same district he now aspires moved to this county and for the to represent as District Judge. )ast twenty five years they have m this city. He was u- Former Malakoff nited with the Church of Christ in 1900 and had been a member Citizen Dies At of the Masonic Order since the Home In Dallas year 1894. On July 6, 1933 Mr. Foster suf. ----- fered a paralytic stroke and had News has just been received been confined to his bed since Texan Coffee carton Cup and saucer 22c 25 oz. can 4-lb. pail 69c 3 large cans IIII iiii I I Nu-Mix Salad Dressing qt. 25c IIIII I J A 1 lb. boz Maoaroni-Spaghetti 3, boxes ,C pound i i i II i i ii Life Boy Soap 3 bars 19c Ill 2 pounds here of the death of D. B. Ross, that time. 85, which occured at his Dallas The deceased is survive .... CI Dy his Word has been received from home on Saturday, January 4th wife and two children here; two Pork Sausage 2-1bs. 35c Member "Federated Stores" the State Department of Educa- following a brief illness. Mr. brothers, Z N Foster of Kerens; .... tion,thethat due to the excellence Ross will be remembered by many and Ed Foster, Palestine; and mmm of work of the Commerce here as once having been a M,.o m,, l ~ ilmllmlmmml m Department of the Malakoff High dent of this community He re- ................ I :: .................................................................................. : ........................................ ............................. ,., . . , .... _ . ' . ier; seven granocnnaren aria ten[ ~Ln~!~n~mL~J~[L~J~n~mL~l~m~.~m~n~m~I~I~!$~m1!~E!~[[[ chool. aoo]tmnal crest of tamed a small amount of real es- great-,randchildren I ocery One fullcredit has been givenin he has made his regular annual lwen i)0gS are I$ xT t o ecials Shorthand, mak!ng a total of two visit here to pay up his taxes and |n .l- V uni.ts.in that subject. The re- render his property for taxationi... mammg half credit was gwen m for another year. J care At Trlmdad $ _ T_ 1. i Typing, whmh makes a total in) Funeral services for Mr. Ross UJ. ll Brook[ield' that subject of one fullcredit. !wereheldatlo'clockSunda af-] ,., ...... T - xwen y oogs nave oeen glllefl -"" . , [miration ! Salad Dress, n! he added one and one-half ternoon, January 5th, from the o.a t. .... A Complete Lme of Good ierchandme units give the Malakoff High lWeiland Funeral Church in Dal, Coffee you really enjoy! I 8o. Tumbler . 12c S, choolfhe to?al of yen)y .five lab, with Rev, Ed Hardy o.ffi-[dad asthe resul't o' 1 pound . 24c m 16-oz Hw/Tumbler 20c school -,S-C. I Bell sCiadngchapel Uriaicemetery z waCenearatRedtheI s " " " , " care m that c ty Monday of thm -- O I I 3 pounds . 0Oc [ Full quart jar' . 2Oc q'"e slou--"'-- -' -- -- -- -- Phillips is the instructor of these [ Oak, Texas [ "" ? " ....... "":_ m ,m -J m rw, m ,up! " nines negan when a small Eng- ~- Comae Saturday and drink ] Free demonstration all two subjects m the schools here. [ Besides his wife, the deceased [l.sh ..u,, " ..... a cup Free! I day Saturday , . . u og, nemngmg m flow. ------------- lis survived by seven claughters;la.a Uk ..bo ....... ___ 1.,,++,,,,,, Zceburg---and it'sgood 0.. Commumff Theater I rs.W e Conner. Mami+land bitseveral dogs the corn-/m , r eeu, wrs tirace vlc raw, anti i ' mun ty. The Eubank dog was s with STilt's Salad Dressing To Have Sneclal [Mrs. Mary Williams, Dallas;Mrs: [killed as were about *went" o"x" SHOES ! r ~ y ~u- ~" , , u .. [Dovie McFarland, Waxahachie;[ers ....... I Needed for a bunches 5C11001 gla[lnee]Mrs Oma Russell, Greenville;] 2 " ' 1 ....... ] tlUU balanced meal for t#t; t .'. .... / t onsmD e l). l). t iuings of this/ m ....... __ ------ [ano. m rs. apse 2uc ner, mam- [city was called to Trinidad, but| Ladies' Dress and Sport, m Ull;S JD1 The management of the Mala zoff, three sons, r oss, tJreen .WJ." . . m Cheaper than -[ ..." . ,," .... , " /citizens there were up in arms[ Suede Combination. I " ! koff Community Theater an-/vme; anu oDer ana t narieS[against the bitten dogs beforehe[ | $1.49 Suits AO-- . _ auoage raisingit Lb. nounces a special matinee forfRo's, Dallas; 27 grand children[arrivedthere. It was reportedl 4.95 ShoesSLq m Now .... school children on Monday after-[and 12 great-grandchildren. Trinidad that at least fifty | 98c Suits . InDallas last week halflbl4c noonat4P, M. at whmh Ume/ [dogswere bitten No persons, bltoes $1o] m .... we bought 150Xmas ., - , " " l'eved, as at. -" "- they will present the special fea [however be'] w ,,,,, , ,, ,, ! , , tur . Mannes Have Vacancies ,. fruit cakes that sold l[ ID.. e,, The Last Days Of Pom-[ i tacked by the enraged animal. ..-- "-- . .-- ..L__ [ Ladies' Wash Xmas at 69c pound 2.1bs. 45c peii.' Special prices of 10c and } ----- [ 15e will nrevail th;o [ Lt. E. A. Robbins, the officer " ' [ __ "I I "The Last of pom3 i,, ! in charge of the Marine Corps U'S'MarineHeadquartersthere'l Al125caollinsAnklets I Smgle m n, 66 to 74 mches m '-aaut I Tomato I Pork & i's a historical book based upon Recrult, ng ,o N++ 0+,+.+ L+... .... " ....... 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I ,Ird cies may take l hysical exam.s" tor pre m nary trlammg, after .'=. ten.re research .to the life, " . , : Fine for whmh they will be sent to some ed Figs preserves, etc. 2 lbs 23c habits and customs of the D_ tions in their home localities and Regular. $1.29 . { ,t ecl, . , x u- . o hi " ,o , , .. man Emnire of the first centu,- hose selected will be enlisted at scho 1, s p or Marme Base m ..... ................ the U S or foreign land for "- - I , ,ator Toilet bowl deodorant xoc A D of which Pompeii was a - ' Z" ...... , , Regular..98c . ,, t,ecl l . " " ....... + , . auty. appucauon manzs ana part A stuay ot nnaings from i -- ... . I +_i .... ti-ul .......... ' , ,,, , ,, arcnaeomgicm explorations of the - = , ......... ! . rOll[l ;al . I quest, write U. S. Marme Corps, T _ _ .lff ' I I,. bblng Alcohol 3 pts. 25c .. ..... ,+ . n_m_a__.._, . t m tpar c ars wm ue sen on re- rums. pro vmea parucmar ,ntor- [ a . I 535 St. Char)es St,, New Orleans, I I.OE (:it Z):l [ 15r( Justright for marion aDout the evens, cus- I /_tn11/ltlil # malllr@ I La. Salt Jowls boiling Lb. 15C . rxJ~lJwt~U&l,~Si+all.lkS~,al.l,o ~ toms, habits, architecture, furn- I [ -I, ~m~. Pink' Canary, Blue ishings, implements, utensils, + 'i Mr. andMrs. T, B. Owen of 6",,ulWm, s + t00in kagefor etc., of Pompeii in the latter +or District Judge-- Athens s ntSaturday night here ml ..... !years of its existence. Sam .olmnO ' in the home of Mrs' W. D, 0wen. ......