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February 22, 1935

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/ : :: / .z MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Roya|l tt. C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank 23 Pd "the Voide of The Lignite City" I .-L P. T. KILMAN, M. D, Medicine and Surgery Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Text Telephones 81, 78 and 71 NUMBER 26 ! MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935 i II I I II I Member Federated and Red and White Stores New exciting fashions. Our racks are filled with smart summer materials. Youth and flat. tery found in every dress ........... Every summer brings new white shoe fashions. Choose from our new spring foot- wear. Dashing cut-outs and ---New Pastel Felts ---New Spring Straws Hats that will be admired 'Mother Of Malakoff Man Dies At Oak Cliff Sunday Night m Mrs, Lepora Rogers, 78, moth- er of W. E, Rogers of Malakoff, passed away a t 6:45 Sunday evening at the home o f her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Foster at Oak Cliff. She had been in fail- ing health for the past three years. Funeral services were conduct- ed at the Payne Cemetery near Eustace at 3 o'clock Monday af- ternoon, conducted by Rev D. R Cartlidge of Athens, with the Swabbing Process Again Underway in Dodd No. I Test Well At the time of going to press (Thursday noon) the Dodd No. 1 test well, east of the city, goes into what is generally believed to be the final process of swabbing. Considerable trouble has been en- countered this week in the sink- ing of the liner to fill the vacant space between the end of the casing and the bottom of the well, and those in touch with the operations admitted for a time that thinge were looking pretty burial arrangements in the hands blue. The prospects, however, smart styles that fit & wear. from every side-- of the Ballard Funeral Home of at this time,.are much brighter $1.95 up to SlsgS Malakoff. now that both the liner and the The deceased is survived by tubing has been successfully -- % five sons; W. E. of this city; Ed placed at their proper depth. and Hermon Rogers of Dallas; O. The piping was finished Wed- ng Print and . and Frank Rogers of Athens; nesday evening and the hole was and one daughter, Mrs. R. L. washed continually throughout roadc! th Foster of Oak Cliff.thenight. The swabbing ms- . chinery was placed into position . ,., .,, n I and was expected to be again put 1800 yards just J.W. Allen tastes [into operation about the middle of the morning Thursday. It is "":' Y Y g lust impossible that the well could 10c Awa Sunda N, ht At Jackson's Chapelldevelope into a reality before - - (Print-36" Fancy. Guaranteed fast) [this issue of the News is distrib- J. W. Allen, 63, passed away luted, and then again, several at the family home in the Jack- [days of swabbing may be requir- on d l ommunity Sunday ]ed before the test will be corn- Wash Frocks Purses night following a-lin brlrig -..j .[pleted, At any rate the final Saturday-Monday Special. We searched for $1.00 nest. Funeral services were hela .w ord concerning the test opera- 69c Wash Frocks Bags that are exceptional--on Monday afternoon at the Mal-Itions Podd location is ex- Every dress guaranteed Now we have them--these akoff Cemetery conducted by the i pectedfew days Fast Color. popular, ever correct styles. Rev. D. R. Cartli.dge of Athens. at most, The deceased was borfiin i- 71 2 for $1.00 and at the ageof twenty he came Men's Bible CI to Texas and settled in this corn- Harbour's firocery To Distribute Silver Through Flour Sales Harbour's Grocery of Malakoff has accepted the plan of t h e Wichita Mill & Elevator Comps- ny o f Wichita Falls, Texas, whereby complete sets of the fa- mous Wm. Rogers & Son silver- ware may be distributed among customers through the sale of flour. The flour by which these valua- ble free gifts may be obtained is a fancy flour and is a leading product of the Wichita Falls com- pany. It is s01d under the trade "Where Malakoff Trades" I I I I II "PurAsnow" FLOUR A good Hi Patent 1.49 Maxwell House CALUMET Baking Powder I.Ib. 19c i i name of "PurAsnow." In orderto secure this deal it [0 pounds was necessary for the local gro- cer to purchase a full car load of this flour. The shipment has al-CRACKERS - 2 Ibs. 18c ready been received fresh Eachfrm 5 the mill and is now available to SYRUP customers of this store, gallon sack contains a coupon, (the de- nominations of which vary with the size of the sack)that are good WASHING POWDFK m boxes for the giftsof table silver and ny, which are redeemable at Har-bour's Grocery. 0HILl WOlfBrand 2 No. 2cans On page five of this issue of [the News will be found a large Macaroni or Spaghetti 3 __ot .om H. ou,, !O, .... outlining the free silver plan in :alsoI full' beIn this advertisementfound a coupon that wiilwill KRI No. 2 cans 501 I prove of great value to all who !are desirousofobtainingasetofthis valuable silverware. The CORN FLAKES 3 large boxes 2Sc gift campaign starts at Harbours and in the store will be CATSUP Large size 10c a huge quantity of the gift .... .....munity. He was united in mar- l:::n|nvc Chili q.nn r flour aou tbe verware ~'" "'~l"k''" play. Mr. O. L. bl'e'l i P: tS Men, they're here! You'll rinse to Miss Ola Allen February m.. ....... represen tive o f the Wic be surprised at the quality 19, 1893 and to this union, ten 1Re xoung s mule t lass Malakoff and workmanship of our new t' tqb~ children were born. Three ofof- the e irs n ........ tmpusc t nurch, to- Mill & Elevator Company, will.. News and I ; l "Keenbilt" summer line ...... .I these children preceeded the lath ......... spend the day at the Harbo,, gemer wltn a numoer of their ....... - zrlenos, en]oyea a Chill supper In ..... ,, II..... II am er in death ........... store ann Will ne glad to explain l/I , --------- He is survived by his wife, ....... the pin. ,-o the class rooms oz me church on -- ......... five sons, Maurice, Elijah, Gor-- . ..... me nne points oz nls proauct to " ' "" ' I uesuay evening. upporung me ^.^., ......... ; ;i | don. Earl and Robert; and two ..... tho =,,, eres eu, rur snow l supper, the delight[ul program as ...... a, ..;...o. t.. daughters, Mrs. Sld Shoe and ........ i ' I '(i' Mrs. Auther Rozell. renaerea serves co complete me -........ o .......... u^. :evenlngwlth the Iullest enjoy-bour's advertisement on page , ment for the forty-two men that " J I Member Federated and Red and White Stores [ Eighteen Lodges To were present for the occasion, inee" -- ,, i I i TheRev. Hardy, pastorof thei : I CONOMY [11 i Part,opate In Pro- I First Baptist Church of Kerens[Athens Masons To Ill pt No' 10 1 ~ --- Atllens was the principal speaker of thel . ,,, ... , A Complete Line of Good Merchandise 1 Ibs. gram At evening. The minister also ren-i nonor wasnmgzon s o atoes ~,!.o ~0~., Athens, Tex.,Feb. 2O_Eighteenareligious hymn, accompanied] SHOP HERE [dereda beautiful vocal solo fromI Birthday To-Night Early cans Extra 4 10 !Masonic Lodges in this section by Mrs. Finis Hardy at the piano,I .... night.' have been invited t attend the Anethermusical number was a, In commemorationofthebirth D V F',!l i Gerge Washingtn Birthday Ms" tri bY Rev" J' L" Brantley' Finis ]f Gerge Washingtn' the Ath" AN June It:dO large Fancy l lt, lbs .at | isonic program in Athens Friday Hardy and Melvin Taylor. The[ens Lodge No. 165, A. F. & A ' 10-lb. February 22nd, when a remainder of the program con-lM, willholda special communi- 4 Scottish Rite Thirty-Third de-[sistedofimpromptuspeeches bYlcation at their lodge room this Otu" Pair Day Speeial|lI clolh bag gree team from Dallas will con- [ various members of the group, l evening beginning at T:30 o'clock. fer the Master's degree, i Editor Scholl played the roll of[At this meeting the M. M. De-- BOy'S Shirts I Towels" 3 Large can,q Green [ With cup The program will begin at 7:30 toastmaster. [ires will be conferred by the BEAN i and saucer p.m., it was announced by S. B. Thechili was donated to the Scottish's 33rd degree team, Pools best grade Dress| .. ] Jeffrey, Worshipful Master of occasion through the courtesy oflfrom Dallas. ......... ..... - ........ -- . i Large cans the local lodge, the Wolf Brand Chili Company] The principal address for the nirts. rcegumr I , ] l,e,, ~les in hvy. syrup ] Cans Member, of the Athens Chap-of Corsicans. The coffee was|evening will be delivereu by one pecJal I ter of the Eastern Star will serve likewise furnished by the H. & H [of the outstanding Masons of | U refreshments at the conclusion Coffee Company of San Antoniolof Texas. A large attendance is 9C I 9c each of the meeting, and the crackers were suppliedlexpected. An invitation to at- 1 CORN . ! CiliIL1 dlm W A. Browning, of Dallas, gratis by the Brown Cracker and itend this occasion is extended by =ffi No. 2cans. 3for I Wolf Brand, No l can will deliver a patriotic address, Candy Company of Dallas, Ithe officers and members of the Ladies' Rayo Gow ts ! ' ) "-lib. g1Uleo All Master Masons are invited to Car Reglstratlons lAtheRs Lodge to all Master Ms- mExtra fine grade Rayon, lace trim-extralong, mmA--i' H C0 attend, adM S Regular 98c ........................ SPECIAL .... I era, Li. s cos box " Members of the Dallas degree i'n'' / ~ I I II I I i team, which will participate in in Texas Increase Trinid an I 2 cans Black .-- I 2 cans Cranberry -- the evening's program are: Wal- --..--- ter C. Temple, W.A. Browning, Austin, Texas, Feb. 20-An in. " Hose Prints E. H. McClure, J. B. Hill, Samu- BE',RR E',S SAUCE crease of 148 per cen," was re- tl Awarded Dmloma:. -- l l lot Prints-newspringeob ! ~Ar~l~q I)/Y Just right /~ lbs. elMarks. James C, Jones, A. corded in new passenger car reg- [ From Radm School _ .. , ....... | ors and patterns. Fasteol, Frank Hamm, C. A. Egbert, and aules xun asnlon nose. | ors 36 inches. l! lalai I w for bakmg o for . C.A. Hammili. istrations in Texas during Janua-I ry as compared with January, / ..... ..... All new shades-- I ' " ,. ! 1934, according to the University / tt. xarnrougn ot Trial- I peclal B ,AN , BEANS Jesse Rushing, 49, who died at of Texas Bureau of Business Re Idad' has comple;;eo nit course in ] BabyLimas, 41bs. Smallwhite, 5-1bs. ' his home at Jacksons Chapel-earch- Re"orts from fifteen| Practical and Theoretical Radio 49 Pair yd - Tuesday, was buried at the Smith epresentative Texas counties/and.ha?.been .awarded h!s dlplo- .... Cemetery south of Athens Wed- gave a total of 4,497 resistrations/ma oy me r .auonal Kaulo msu- MEN'S HATS " C,eaperthan meat canSfor nesdsy afternoon, an increase of119 per cent over/tutef Washmgtn' D.C. As- i Regulmr 3,$0 ] December. Sales in the lower|crding to the repor, ,rum the SP Zl Mr. and Mrs. Adrian West- price brackets made the best eom /Inst!tute, Mr:.Yarbrugh.fl.nish" brook anal children of Kerens ..... *;,,o sho inc, but the in-lea nm prescrIoeu course or teen- These are new Spring Ha, spent Sunday ! . re with her sis. crease'm the "' price groups]nical studies with creditable colors and shapes. Best n ....... [grades and is to be congratulated ter, Mrs. T. P. )odson and famt, teas " his aehievment. ly. ..... ........ /