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March 5, 1931

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INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCb. H. C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank Pt "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" ltORACE E. DUNCAN, Medicine and Surgery Ofliiee Ph,me ~1 Residen Office: Skiles Btfilding ME 19 MALAKOFF. HENDERSON COUNt e, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1931 NI AT KIRBY'S Honey & Almond Cream ular 50c size ............................ School Trustee Elec. tioa To Be Held On Saturday, April 4th I The regular annual Trustee Election of the Malakoff Inde pendent School District will be held this year on Saturday, April 4th The place has not yet been set nor the election manager ap- pointed. These. along with oth- er detail3 of the election will be attended to at the next meeting Here's Miss Europe Congressman Morgan G. Sanders To Deliver The Commencement Address The Hon. Morgan G. Sanders, Congressman of this District will deliver the commencement ad- dress to the graduating class of the Malakoff High School on Fri- day evening, May 22nd, Mr. Sanders was extended this invitation by Supt. M. P. Willis some few days ago and his an- swer of acceptance came imme- diately. The manner in which the Congressman accepted thi invitation furnishes other prod! VETERANS--We will gladly assist you in preparing Kr your applications for loan on your service certificate. ...... - m SAV NG IS STREHGTH of the Board which is planned for this week. ,ze 22x44 inches, colored The election this year will be Rose, blue and gold, 25c value .....For to fill four vacancies occuring Irish Linen, pre-shrunk and through the expiration of the that he is ever ready toserve the terms of the four following trus ..... people of his district in any ca Mlle. Jean.m(? ItJilht of France, sexeet. .. .. .. ~. Regular ~1 quality ........:. ..... : yds. ~___IB ~ tees; H. L Flags, W.E Phillip.~ ~d as the moqt t)e,.,tiful woman or paclty they may ChoOSe "l'm ies' Spring Hats-..Clever styles.-- , ~4 ~= J' E Kilgore and L. J. Scholt sne~h"t be ba~,~e(,nr,,(.,~t~'odm mternationalthe added Ischooi. officials feel fortunate it The last named member of the honor of being chosen ' M.[ss Hurope.' securing his services for this pc 'est Straws with contrasting Ribbon trims board was appointed last year to heaut, y contests ia America this year. caslon. L very low price of ............................. I1 ' II fill the unexpired term of T. A ----'-- CLIMBING the ladder cf success is no easy in stripe Bartlett. - .. - .,,. Boy Scouts ange task.,, But he,, who SAVES. as he earns builds The ballot for the April elec- LOCal trainer WInS . _ , . 'S Longies, wool mixed with P tion will contain the names of SeL, u||u r |in ui.| . portunity rungs in that ladder. tue or Brown. Sizes 7 to 14. Values to $1.75 ...... tI PNN the.retiring members together ,., Weekly Meetings To up strength to take him up to the Better Op. aBetty Brown" Wash Frocks, tailored ' ~1 ~ ~thewith such othercitizenship candidateSmay requiretha~ Belt__Field Trials Wednesday Nights I:IRS[ NAIIONAL BANK like silk. Guaranteed vat-dyed 80 sq. pongea print ..... q1 Election notices will be posted in .- - . The regular meetings of the t ueen, the black and white , , ' _ _ Malakoff Troup of the Boy Scout, .three public places in accordance setter, nemnging to Jett Craw- has been changed from Frida Member Federal R.serve System a.,,'. R.o. Mi. d . 7 1 $ ..... Lo, priced for' Dollar Day" ................ | prs. till $ elections ten days prior to the ford of thin cityeventmthe Oilemerged from,,opt. at W tnesdav , ,, oo,.o o,,, o,, ,evenin of eacL - --i , ,, ,,,, ,, , ,,,-- election date and a copy of such heldnearPales-wv,:ll vt _--2 KI R BY" ~ i~ notice will appear in the clumns tins Monday' with secnd" place" chanffei of All The namesMalakOffpurposedNeWS'to be print- P!rst place was won by Ben, a Attendance at these " meeting~" ~$~=[lJ~ ~'l~'"'t'"n"~l'!'"'l'"'l"~i["~a"'~''~'["~']"[~l' "I'l~|~a~|~'.'~,~J~:'~~ ~i nite an(llemonsetter.og, also has fallen off somewhat durinv ~ e Our Store Your ed on the officialthe ballotBoard mUStof trus-be belonging to Mr. Crawford, but the past few weeks and it i~ Member Federated Home Owned Stores submitted to whmh was entered and handled thought by Scout executives tha tees not later than Wednesday, in the event by Mr. CL S: Crab- the change to a school nigh, $ d uarters April 1st (3,days before the elec- tree of Ft Worth First place tion) at which time the ballots . . . would help to strengthen the at- re ................. _1- . won the Bettison Troohy which tendance. Picture shows and ll!es"us'---s= ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ......... .................. . ..... ies , i, son lu ysnave "1 oressedWay vourclothes , are cleaned, "]" ' MarshallMr" Crawt rda yearSmCeago the trmls at attrac'te i of some and repaired. " demre - weekly Scout meetings. [I] we overlook nothing " ]]J where_ tt. is invlted and stays Takmg.0f School Cen. liver Baccalaureate Dermon -- ][[ t0 satisfy you, ][] l ~goes where It is well treated, . sus Starts Monday Dr. Z. N.Co-- ort, head of the Finds Leaf M01d Ill May we have the opportunity of Ill Department of Religion of the Ill Center Give us your Banking Business. We wdl" show you by The Census takers for the University of Oklahoma has ac- Of Rock Iil efnvincing you? Malakoff Independen~ School Dis- cepted the invitation to deliver the way we take care of it how much we appreciate it. trict task Monday of the Baccalaureate Sermon to the A piece of solid rock contain- g allchildren in this graduating class of '31 of th~ ing a perfect mold of a Redbud district within the ages of 6 to 18 Malakoff High School. This leaf was brought to the News years for the compiling of the vice will be held on Sunday morn. office M0nday by, T. C. Stacy of MALAKOFF, (Telephone 84) TEXAS scholastic records for the term of ing, May 17th at the High School this city. The owner said that 1931~32, Auditorium. the piece of rock was broken off Malakoff, Texas All children between the above Dr Comfort was one of the one much larger in size and that ages are eligibleto be included principal speakers during the the leaf mold was brought to .- . _ in this list and it is important graduation exercises of the Mala- light when the rock was ~roken that none are overlooked. The koff schools on a former oocasion into'sm~iller pieces that could be state pays the local school a per. and will be remembered by many handled by workmen. The mold capita tax o*f $17.50 on each in this city. is saidto have been located in scholastic per year and' every almost the center of the rock. school child overlooked in the Over '.'The Big Trail" to the This curious work of nature taking of the census will cost the valley of Golden dreams, was found by Mr. Stacy in the local school this amount, rock deposits of the Texas Pow- JUST call us up and tell us what you want.your order will be on its way pretctically at once. We'll make se- lections just as carefully as you would, and the prices will be right. Here are some of our speciah: It is urged that tl e citizenship at large help the" census takers in every manner possible to see that every child is enrolled. In so doing you will be rendering .... ~ ................... 7 er & Light Company at Trinidad as workmen were excavating the rock for the purpose of lining the levee around the company's lake near the power plant. your school a real service. Be ~ ~ Ir~ sure that your own children are Murchison Fire Destroys not overlooked and mention the Drug And Hardware Stock importance of the census to your neighbor. MALAKOFF Farmers Told To , Shelter Their Cotton Friday-Saturday, March, 6-Tth. Athens, Texas, Mar. 2--The fire at Murchison Saturday which de- stroyed two brick buildings hous- ing the R E. Saxon stock of goods got beyond control after the fire truck returned to Athens and later destroyed the building housing the Ware steer of drugs and hardware. The Athens fire department every well in town dry an effort to stop the blaze but the water supply ran out and a large stack of hay was left burning in the building used by Mr Saxon as a ware house It was theblaze in this building that caused the fire in the Ware building adjoining and as the water supply in the town had given out it was impossiple to save it. WE Only handle Groceries that are better than usqal ~ --in fact ours are the best you can buy. Wholesome foodstuffs productive of tasty enjoTable meals--that is what you get here. Low prices like these, are our usual ones. POTTED HAM, 7 cans for- .................... 25c PICNIC HAMS, per pound ..................... 17c SALMON, large can .............................. 9c CABBAGE, per pound ............................ 2c TOMATOES, 3 large cans ..................... 25c OATS. large package .......................... 23c CANE SYRUP, gallon ........................... 49c Plenty :American Beauty Flour. Plate Rib Roast. pound ....... 15c Chudk Roast, pound .... ,... 20 Steak, per pound .......... 25c Pork Sausage, per ponnd .... 25c Pork Steak, chuck, pound .... 25c HOME BAKED-Cinnamon Rolls, Cup Cakes, and Dough Nuts--fresh from the oven every day. AUSTIN, Tex, March 2-Shel- ter your cotton from the rain and builds durable shed with the sav.ings, cotton farmers are urg- ed by J. E. McDonald, state com- missioner of agriculture. Deduction of five dollars or more per bate made by buyers against wet cotton might easily be avoided by putting the bales under shelter instead of leaving them in the fields to ~ rot;, .the commissioner said. Girls Demand Excitement AIs6 Krazy Kat Comedy. I I I I Ill Monday-Tuesday, Mar., 9-10th The Big Trail The greatest picture ever produced. With John Way- ne, Marguerite Churchill, El Brendel and Tully Marshall. ' 93 Speaking roles. Mrs. R. E. Skiles and daugh. Coming! ter, Miss Christine and Miss FOr A i aN" Hughes of Jackson- v Real