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"i : : ; : ~ It ) ! i:~ i : ~ i MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall It. C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank i i i ii i ,i Medicine and Surgery Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 71 "the Voice of The Lignite City" , i i ii i i i i i II i[i ii VOLUME 23 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935 I I I i ive i i NUMBER 30 ' 171 / Member Federated and Red and White Stores Women's Fabric Gloves Imported white Mochasette slip-on Gloves. Em- broidered cuff and fancy stitched back. The pair Smart, Active Feet Wear Men's Broadcloth A large variety of colorful styles for women and children, priced-- !oe SHIRTS White and fast.color plain shades and patterns, An opportunity to save. New Spring Men, take a look at these Values[ New dress Pants in the new summer patterns and materials. 98c. 4.95 Special Saturday and Monday BED SPREADS Full 80 x 105 crinkled Bed Spreads, in colors of rose, blue, gold, green, orchid. Special Sat. and Man "Peters" for the You can count on "Peters" quality! The newest thing in Whites for ladies --White. Beige or Tan for the men. --Sturdy built Oxfords for little folks. Summer WASH FROCKS Crisp, summery Dresses with a world of style. Every frock guaranteed absolute- ly fast color. Priced from-- "Harvest" Priced Low ! m Member Federated and Red and White Stores After Apr. I our store will close at 6:30 P. M. except Saturday ii i i, the soap of 3 bars 14c No. 1 Maine mm.~ Lima Juicy California dz. 10 lbs. Small 3 lbs. 10 pound cloth bag u Quart jar Hershey's i pound box 11 kind to everuthlng ............. it touches Pint bottle 3 for .20 i IN I No i cans in hey. syrup 3 cans for 6 bars 25c 8 lbs. Blue & White with 3 cups and 3 saucers Free Coffee Red & White I i iiii 1 lb. can Blue & White With Cup and Saucer FREE[ ii 3 cans Green Cut Bulk Potato S, 3 cans .25 lb. I ,Dog, Whose Head Was Sent To Austih, Was Reported Mad First Round Of County eet is Held Saturday m N The head of a white bull dog Athens, Texas, March 18th-- , sent by E, A..Tanner to the Pus. The first round of the Header- teur Institute at Austin last Fri- son County Interscholastic Lea- day, was reported by that insti- gue meet was held here Saturday tution to have shown positive and results were determined in / lan is Arrested Here For Passing z'Phony" Nickles A street corner merchant was "Where Malakoff Trades" taken into custody here Saturday !morning by Constable W. H ..... i Chapman after a number o f Large !"phony" nickles had found their size i i i i i ,H,m| J evidence of Rabies. spelling, essay writing and a way into circulation directly from The dog, killed by F. Whitehead number of playground ball events his hands. Thursday night, was said tohave Athens won first place in two J The man visited a local business bitten several other dogs in the literary events and three first in lhouse and in paying for a pur- vicinity of the Whitehead home athletic events. Oaly prelimina- Ichase made, he handed the clerk on WestMitcham Street, Several ries were completed in tennis. Itw nickles, The clerk, in ac- of these dogs have been killed by All playground ball events were [cepting the money, noticed the their owners w h i I e others, determined except boys and girls lightness of the coins, but saying thought to have come in contact rural school division. Finals will nothing, he placed the money in with the mad dog, are still at large. A fine bird dog belonging to E. A. Tanner, and known to have been bitten t)y the mad dog, has been given the Vaccine treat- ment for rabies. Mr. Tanner stated that he has chained the dog in his barn following the treatment in order that no chan- ces might he taken, He said that the dog was a valuable ani- mal and that he did not wish to kill him unless it was absolutely necessary. - Brother Of Malakoff Man Dies Saturday in Cartersville, Ga. News has reached the city the death of Paul Gilreath. 63, which occured at his home in Cartersville, Georgia at 8 o'clock last Saturday morning. Mr. Gil- reath was a brother of Nelson Gilreath of Malakoff, and Will Gilreath of Athens. The deceased was a resident of the State of Georgia all of his life and was engaged in the iron ore mining" business. He was three times mayor of his home town, and was a deacon in the Baptist church for many years. He is survived by his wife and eight children. be played in this event Thursday. Results in events held Satur- day follow: Spellin High School Division--(Senior) 1st, Athens and Malakoff; 2nd, Brownsboro; 3rd, Chandler. Grammar School Division- (Junior) 1st, Athens Grammar; 2nd, Alamo Ward and Athens Ward; 3rd, Bethel. Grammar School Division-- (Sub-Junior), 1st, Alamo Ward 2ad, Athens; 3rd, Trinidad. Rural School Division--(Sen ior) 1st, Pine Grove; 2nd, Poyner; 3rd, Independence. Rural School Division (Junior) 1st, Sand Springs; 2ad, Oakland; 3rd, LaRue.Poyner. Rural School Division-- (Sub. Junior) 1st, LaRue; 2nd, League- ville; 3rd, Brown. Essay Writin Class A High School Division- 1st, Athens: 2nd, Malakoff. Class B High School Division-- 1st, Chandler: 2nd, Trinidad; 3rd Cross Roads. Grammar Schoo i Division-- 1st Malakoff; 2nd, Athens; 3rd. Trin- idad. Rural School Division--lst, In- dependence; 2nd, Pine Grove; 3rd Walnut Creek. Tennis (No Division has completed matches) Boys Singles--Malakoff, Trini- the cash register. As soon as the visitor had left the building, the clerk returned to the drawer and retrieved the two coins. He called the attention of another clerk and after careful examina. tion of the two nickles it was agreed that the officers should be notified of the discovery. One of them set out immediately in search of Mr. Chapman. Find- ing the officer the two nickles were hauled out for his examina. tion. The constable said imme- diately that they were counter- feit and directed the informing clerk to point out the man from whom they had been received. The man was found at his par-[ table place of business on one of the busy street corners and was immediately placed under arrest by the officer. A search of the man's person disclosed numerous other counterfeit coins, and in his belongings were found nine counterfeiting molds of various sizes, with him was alsopla..I' uhder arrest. were taken to Athens and turn ed over to the Sheriff's depart- ment. Later they were taken to Tyler and placed in the hands of Federal authorities. ,,,,aLl Grocery Stores To -- Close At 6:30 Apr. 1 dad, Eustace, Athens Grammar, Beginning Agril 1st the follow- ii i Maxwell House Early June 3-lb. can 2 pound can i,i us, i f ii iiii No. 2 cans High Patent ECONOMY 10 pounds NO. 2 can 2 large boxes 10 boxes m|r , i I I | i iiiii JL J Illll IIIII II I L 2 cans Dodd No. I Test To Set New Liner The next steP to be taken, and which in all probability will prove to he the final effort to produce oil at the Dodd test, will be to set a new liner in concrete down to the cap rock. Efforts, which are proving not too difficult, are now being made to take the old liner from the well. Of the nine joints, six have already been re, severed. As soonas the hole is cleared the work of setting the liner" will be undertaken, After the new pipe has been set the swabbing machine will again be pat into use and it is hoped by those connected with the well that the, results, so long looked for, will be obtained. Stray Dogs Are Being Killed Here A number of stray dogs, total- ing fifteen during the two days of Sunday and Monday this week, have been killed by officers here as the result of the recent mad. !dog scare Constable W. H. Chapman stated that the drive against worthless dogs would be and advises local dog wners to look after their pets if they wish to keep them. Fred Rike of San Augustine, Texas, a former resident of Mal- akoff, was greeting old friends here a few hours last Friday, Cross Roads High, Athens High, grocery firms in Malakoff and Cross Roads Grammar are have agreed to close their places of business at 6:30 P. M. each seen the equal of~ tat to plav off; That's what housewives everywhere are saying! House. wives who hnow the value of $helvador--that it provides 50% more usable capachy and makes things twice as easy to find--that it gives dependable, economical refrigeration that satisfies for- evermore. Let us show you the model that suits your needs. ALL PRICES INCLUDE DELIVERY, INSTALLATION, ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE "Your Druggist 30 Years') evening except Saturday-- Harbour's Grocery Kirby & Sons Gentry's Grocery W. E. Roberts Grocery, Boys' Doubles--Athens Ward, Athens High, Malakoff, Cross Roads Grammar, and Cross Roads High are yet to play off. Girls' Singles--Athens Ward, Cross Roads High, Athens Gram- Quart size Each 48-pounds 6 cans Per pound !i :i i ii/ STORE ! A Complete Line of Good Merchandise ........ ' "ON ' .... I Illlllll I I I II It! , This is a Bargain! Istgrade Seamless toe. Bright All sizes-- ~t 1 Lot of Stunning Boy's Suits mar, and Athens High are vet to play off. Wash Suits in 2 and3 pieces Girls' Doubles-- Cross Roads Fast color High, Malakoff, Trinidad, Ath. 98 ens Grammar and Athens High C i are yet to be played off. Play Ground Ball ...................... High School Division-- (Boys) $ 1st, Athens; 2nd, Malakoff. Each dress is different--cleverly deal,need and in the New Shades. Every Dress A Bargain! Regular $2.95 to $6.98 ii iiii Shirts All sizes from 14 to 17. Good 7 grade blue Chambr . Full cut- ,i New Spring Belts in and Special High School Division--(Girls) Brownsboro and Athens to be played off yet. Grammar School Division (Boys) 1st. Athens; 2nd, Malakoff 3rd, Brownsboro. Grammar School Division-- (Girls) 1st, Athens; 2ad, Malakoff 3rd, Brownshoro and Athens 7th. Rural Sehool Division (Boys), and Rural School Division (Girls) .... finals to be played off Thursday. The Young Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Church has accepted an invitation to meet with Young Men's Class at Ms- bank next Sunday morning. The group will leave the church here at 9 o'clock. All members are urged to make this trip.