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,i ,, "The Voice of The Lignite City" qt 18 MALAKOFF. HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 1930 NUMBER 25 --Image Unea hed In Gravel Pit Draws Attention of State Papers ....... ---==== ....... = Extensive E -cavations Hi h School Girl Mys. The arrival of Spring reminds us that it is In Local Gravel Pit Will riously Disappears time :to brighten up the home with newLikely Be Undertaken] On Way to School1 Draps, gay pillows, furniture "O d Man Malakoff," The Lig-t Miss Helen Abney, 17, daugh- site City's offering to the scien- Iter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ab- e. 'vermgs," etc. For these we uric world is rapidly gaininglney of this city disappeared headway toward the center oflThursdaymorningafter leaving have lust received a complete the 'limelight." Scientists have[her home in the Phillips-Bailey c ior" "o tul Cretonnes and been showing great interest in]addition shortly after 8 o clock line of the image for some time and now I on her way to school Numerous the state dailies are taking a itelegrams' letters and telephone lovely printed and plain Rayon Draperies. hand in the discovery and are [ calls to many points since that : : . ~: -: - :i : =-:_ =_=_ _ ........... ~ breadcasting the news to the [ time have failed to disclose her: 5"Pi e Curtain Sets, criss-cross valences, with, world. Sunday's issue of the[whereabou. Dallas Morning News carried an l Mr. Abney, father of the miss- printed and plain borders. Comes in rose, blue and gold. Per pair ................ I item concernin~ this interesting ing girl, said that his daughter .~ - discovery together with an ex- left their home Thursday morn- I I I ' I Ill I I I I Illl Broadcloth and Ponard Suiting Ideal for en- sembles, ladies and children's dresses, Formerly priced 69c. Special ............. I,I Hill I II |1 Men's Dress ~hirts in snappy patterns for spring. Long pointed collars, fast colors. Sizes ]4 to 17~ .... -- ' II l _ Specials for Saturday and Monday! Black and White Face Powder .......................... 19c Black a =WhiteTaleum Powder ....................... 19c cellent photograph of the "Old Man." Dr E. H Sellards, asso- ciate director of the bureau of economm geology at the Univer- sity'of Texas, in whose keeping the image has been placed, is also seen in ~he picture, Dr. Sellards considers this image probably the most impor- tant "find" that has been made in Texas and although he will not attempt to fix its age defi- hitely it is figured to date back ing about the usualhour for school and from the fact that she carried her lunch her disap- pearance was not discovered un- til after school had closed m the afternoon. School authorities in- formed the parent that Miss Helen had not been at school at any time during the day. This information has caused the moth- er and father considerable alarm and they are fearful that the Ipanna Tooth Paste ................................... 39e Dr, Warren'a Tooth Brush ............................ 19c girl has been kidnapped. 50,000 to 100,000 years ago, dueI A telegram and a letter sup- to the fact that the gravel pit is[ osedly sent by the girl from P located above.the present floodI Arlington.. Texas was received plane level it ~s thought to have a few days following her rays- been carved by a race of people i terious dmappearance. Mr. Ab- T. B. Greenwood, Jr. who inhabited Texas prior to thel hey left immediately upon re- For District Attorney. sweep, of the ice sheets, the last [ ceipt of these commi nications of whmh came more than 25,0001for that place, but upon reach- The News is authorized to an- years ago. in~ there he was unable to find Robertson Asks For Second Term As Pub- ii Weigher Precinct 8 nounce T. B. Greenwood Jr. of Palestine as a candidate for re- election for the office of District Attorney of the Third Judicial District. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. The News is authorized to an Jesse Robertson us a can- for re-election to the of- Public Weigher of" Pre- No 8. Subject to the ac- the Democratic Primary. Noted scientists, including the discoverer of King Tut's tomb, have been aroused by this acci- dental discovery and is expect ed that extensive excavation in this vicinity will be undertaken ........................... with revived interest. The Master Tonic In this time of blizzards, and terrible cold waves why not have the body prepared with resistance. Reinforce your body with a bot- tle of Sargon today. Flagg Drug Company "The Rexall Store" Opposite Grammer School Building, Telephone No. 101 his daughter. The city authori- ties of Arlington were notified, but they likewise were unable to find a trace of the missing girl The parents are terribly upset over the girls disappearance and Roads Are In Worse Con= dition Than in Many Years All roads leading into this city including the designated Bank- head Highway, beyond question are in the worst conditiow than any time for a good many years back. The road to Athens is terribly cut up and the new sec- tion recently,- built by the Cotton Belt Railroad to do away with the crossing just east of the .city was for several days impassable. Many cars were pulled out of the mire by teams during Sunday and Monday. A very small amount of traffic feel sure that she did not leave on her own free will. Although diligent search is being made at the time of going to press no further word has been received of the missing girl. Robbins Bros. of Athens Opens Feed Store Here The Robbins brothers of Ath- - in , ii,i l,l,lln III i Feeling Of I ,iel)e,ide o No matter what their income, every young couple should have a bank account, It is more than a reserve to meet unexpect- ed expenses. It is more than a means of obtaining more comforts and conveniences. A bank account and a regular method of saving create a feeling of independence, a feeling of self-respect. Money is not everything, but the lack of sufficient funds often brings unhappiness. Do not let your married life be threatened by fi- nancial worries. Open A Sayings Account Today! FIRST NAIIONAL BANK Malakoff, Texas N. O. Wood Announces For C nstable Precinct 8 The News is authorized to an. nounce N. O. Woods for the of- "~ ,m nn "~ n To make room for the ] ' ' T I I I flee of Constable of Precinct No. 8. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. ! Read the Advertisements. ens has just recently rented the large shipment of La. Geo. Roberteon feed store build- ing on Main Street and opened dies' Spring Shoes we up a branch to their Athens have coming" we are ...,',,,,, house. They are handling the w~r.~semo. well known Red.Chain line of offering a big oar[ain feed and are now stocked with a complete line of this popular in every pair of ladies' brand, shoes we have in stock. passed over the roads to Cross Mr. C. L. Smith of Athens has 1~ads and as far west as Trini- dad during the first of th~o~eek. Ibeen placed in charge of the They are of good sty- Few attempts have beer~made] house here. Mr. Smith has had considerable experience in this les and all were priced to travel the north road leading[ line of business and is a very capable manager. He moved his //'~-....,~l~ffi ~ to Mabank. '[ from $3.50 to $6.50. Corsicans Opens [family the past week and will l | ' make his home in this city. NOW ,1',[, ,I New Cafe Here'FridaY'New Grocery store--------' pens ' '"' The Yellowstone Cage which In Swanson Building Blankets, Sweaters, Boy's Suits, Men's Pants and Heavy Work Shirts At less than wholesale prices, if you are in need of any of the above, come in and if you want to buy --Our Prices Will Sell You! has been undergoing installation in the T. J. Swanson building here for the past several w~eks opened its doors to the public Friday morning. Jim V. Lira. ris, its owner, is a well Shown cage man from Corsicana having been in the business in that city for many years. This new cage is located in the Swanson building formerly oc- cupied by the Postoffice. The building has undergone a few minor improvements in order to to be made suitable for this line of business. It is well located and an uptodate place and Mr. Lazaris cordially invites the gen- eral public to pay him a visit. Read the Advertlsenumts, Mr. O. C. Tekeil and family of Groesbeck moved to the city this week and have opened ~p a new grocery store in the Swanson building formerly occupied by Cave's variety store. Mr. Tekell has been in the grocery business in Groesbeck for some time past, but after a visit to this city some two weeks ago he decided to move his stock here His merchandise arrived by freight Tuesday morning and he has been busy since that time getting the store in readiness. He exbects to be ready for busi. ness Saturday. I. P. Tidmore ts reported on the sick list this week. ~ i~: "The One.Prlce Store"