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February 6, 1930

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,d "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" VOLUME 18 -- _ _= MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 1930 NUMBER 26 For SATURDAY and :[ONDAY! [xtra ! | II 36" Suiting, Rayon mixed, Wool mixed-plaids, stripes and novelty patterns. A wide range of colors. This merdlandise was for- merly priced up to $1 per yd. 2 yards II Officers Recover Bank. Roll Stolen From Lo. Farmer Thurs. Night Quick action on the part of Constable A. W. Leopard. a tel(- phone call and the assistance of the Corsicana police last Thurs- day night resulted in the recov- ery of $30.16 for Rufe Grimes, farmer living a few miles south of this city. Lewis Kirk, the alleged thlef was apprehended by the authorities in Corsicana in response to a telephone mes- sage from Constable Leopard a short time after the robbery had been committed It seems that Kirk had been a guest in the farm house eccupied by Grimes for several days dur- i,, g the earlier part of last week I and Thursday night after the , BLANKETS MEN'S UNIONS two had retired he got up again Gray Blankets--bordered blueBleached Unions, full cut. In and relieved his host of his bank and pink, 60 x74 sizes 36 to 46. ~4 AA roll which, according to Grimes, 2 IN I1 --a~ pairs__. amounted to something over $31,- double. 2 suits for ....... ,Jll lll lg= mwvul|| 00. A short time later Grimes , awoke and noticed that his guest RAYON BL001 ERS had departed. This being rath- Rayon Bloomers, Good weight, el sic waist and knee, er unusual he went immediately flat lock seams. In coral, peach and flesh. 2 pairs ..... to his trousers to look for his money and found his pockets UNiONSUITS Children's bleached Unionsuits Sizes 6 to 16, good weight. 2 suits for.__ l L - Cotton Belt to Par. chase I0 Latest Type Freight Locomotives Orders have been placed by the Cotton Belt for the purchase of 10 of the latest type fast freight locomotives for service between St. Louis and the South- west, calling for an expenditure of more than $1-,000,000. The new engines will be con. structed by the Baldwin Loco- motive Works. from specifica- tions furnished by W. J. Miller superintendent of motive power, and represent all of the latest improvements in fast freight type locomotives placed into ser- vice in the Southwest. The pur- chase of the engines is in line with the St. Louis Southwest. ern's policy of improving its sys- tem in all departments during 1930. These locomotives will have 25"x 30" cylinders with 70" diameter driving wheels and the boilers will carry 250 pounds steam pressure, a special alloy steel being used in the construc- tion of the boilers, The locomo. tives will be arranged for "burn- L BED SPREADS 80 x 105 Comes in Gold, b/,ue and rose 2 spreads for ..... . Member Federated Chain Stores the News to No. 2 Thank U, We Appreciate our Business First State Malakoff, Texas :: Opposite Grammer School Building, Telephone No, 101 empty. The host then very hur- ing oil, and the tenders will have riedly donned hm clothing and a capacity of 2,000 gallons of set out for the city where he no. fuel oil and 15,000 gallons of wa- tiffed Constable Leopard of the[ter. They will be equipped with robbery. Fall of the latest accessories de- Knowing that the accused]signed for dependable and effi- man resided near Corsicana and ] cient operation knowing also that a freight train had gone in thet direction only a short time before, Constable Leo- pard telephoned the officers in that city, telling them of the rob. bery and giving them a clear de- scription of the alleged thief. The Lighted Tree Sandwich About two hours later the Con- shot) which has been operated by stable received a return call from [ Bob Sherman and J, B. Clay on Corsicana stating that they had McDonald property adjoining the man. But owing to Dis- Vieregge's Garage for the past trictCourt being in session it several weeks changed oner. was necessary to hold the man ship last week the building being purchased by J D Maguire. Following the trade the build- prisoner in that city until Satur- day before Constable Leopard was able to call for him Arriv- ing in Corsicana Constable Leo- pard accepted a fine for Petty Larceny from a brother of Kirk's and turned the man loose--but not until after he had recovered $30.16 of the stolen thirty-one. Kirk is reported to have admitted his guilt without argument, Malakoff Boy Resigns As President of Students Association at University J. D. Maguire Purchases Lighted Tree Sandwich Shop; Changes Location other relatives News has been received from the University of Texas stating that Robert M. (Boots) Payne of this city has resigned his po- sition as president of the Stu dents Association of that insti- tution and has accepted a posi- tion with the San Antonio Oil and Gas Company. The resignation of W. Frank Fields, Vice-president of Balboa Heights, Panama, has also been accepted. Mr Fields has ac- cepted a position in Panama. The resignation of these two ing was moved to the Masonic lot next to Link s Filling Station and facing Terry Street and has been rented out to Geo Rainwater. Mr. Nelson Gilreath has rented the property form.erly occupied by the Lighted Tree Shop and has moved his shop to that loca- tion from his lot adjoining the high school property on the Ath- ens Road. m Supposed Kidnapped Girl Returns Tuesday Married Miss Helen Abney, daughter of Mr and Mrs W W Abney of this city who was thoughtto have been kidnapped some two weeks ago when she mystermusly dis- app a-ed. returned to her home here Tuesday morning the wife of HaskelIAllison, also of this ci ty. According to the young couple they were married in Durant, Oklahoma just after leaving here and for reasons of their own had elected to l eep their marriage secret. officials will necesltate a special teaching in the public" school at students election which will like- FinCastle and will continue in ly be called at an early datethis capacity until April when the school will close- After Malakoff Girl Weds At time the young couple will Corsicans Saturday their home in Belton where the groom holds a position with a Miss Allyne Swanson, daugh, banking institution. ter of T. J. Swanson of this city was united in marriage to Mr Jus',ice R. A. McLain An. George F. Brooks of Belton at nounces For Re.Election the home of her sister, Mrs J. H Noble in Corsicana Saturday The News is authorized to an- evening. Thepastor of the First nounce R. A McLain of Route 2 Baptist Church of Belton offi. as a candidate for re election to elated, the office of Justice of the Peace The bride is a native of this of Precinct No. 8 Subject to of the Democratic Feeling Of Independence 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 Savings Account Today! FIRST NAI'IONAL BANK Malakoff, Texas Mrs. J R Jackson and chil- dren of Bryson are in the city this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A M. Roberts and FOR SALE--Scholarship in Ty- ler Commercial College, If you contemplate a business course let us save you money on the scholarship--THE NEWS. omy ]iiec gi[$ The best foods only at rock bottom prices is our mot. to. Prompt, good service, and delivery at all times. Learn the convenience of shopping by telephone. Just phone No. 36 and your order will be delivered immediately. You will have nothing to worry about. for it will be filled exactly as you directed, and the packages will be checked and rechecked to avoid the possibility of error. Our grocery business in January far exceeded that of January in 1929-There must be a reason for this. Try trading with us a little while and learn this rea. so , Telephone No. J6 ' he One-Price Store" J