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April 13, 1934

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MALAKOFF NEW BELT SCHEDULE NORTH BOUND No 104 ........ 2:10 A. M No 102 ........ 4:30 P. M SOUTtI BOUND No. 101 ........ 1:10 P. M. No. 103 ........ 10:05 P. M Bob Johnson's SHOE SHOP Expert Shoe and Harness Repair Satisfaction Guaranteed EAr BUTTER-KIST BREAD Made in Henderson County A. BURTON Watch Maker, Jeweler and Optician Capable of Repairing Any Time Measuring Mechanism At WEIR'S PHARMACY W. R. THOMAS Attorney and Abstractor Office Upstairs over Postoffice Athens, Texas DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X.RAY DIAGNOSIS Spencer-Carroll Building Athens. Texas MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank ,,, BUY ' "BUTTER.NUT" BREAD From Your Grocer P. T. KIhMAN, M. D. and Surgery Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 7gand 71 DR. E. G. DAVENPORT Veterinary Surgeon Large and small animal practice. Phone 77 Office Phone 96 Kerens, Texas Cut Flowers, Funeral De- Bride's Bmluets, or any in Flowers. Call 178. Sanders Floral and Evergreen Company Athens. :-: Texas DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Oifie Kilman Hospital Buildlng Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday EACH WEEK A. FOWLER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Offico in Skiles Building MALAKOFF,-TEXAS D.B. OWEN, D, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in McDonald Bldg. MALAKOFF, TEXAS E. O. DODSON, Transfer and all kinds of hauling l%ompt and Satisfactory Service New Deluxe Model is Added To G. E. Refrigerator Line The new style deluxe G. E refrigerators have been added to the G. E. refrigerator line accord- ing to an announcement made to- day by J. R. Gibson, Manager of the Texas Power & Light Com- pany. "These new models represent the latest in electric refriger- ation", Mr. Gibson said, "incor- porating new beauty, new refine. ments, new conveniences, rood" ern styling, and lower operating COSt. " The year 1933 reflected a great- el" interest in electric refriger- ator sales than has ever before been experienced according to figures of the Electric Refriger. ation Bureau which show that a total of 1,065,105 electric retrig- erators was sold iu this country last year. Texas alone sold over 40,000 electric refrigerators and realized 187 per cent, of the quota set up by the Electric Refriger- ation Bureau. Late reports from the Electric Refrigeration Bu- reau indicate that interest this year is even greater than last year and electric refrigerator sales for the first three months of this year in most sections of the country have more than doub- led sales for the first three months of last year. "This increased i'nterest in electric refrigeration is q uite evi- dent hero"; Mr. Gibson said, "'People seem to demand more than ever proper refrigeration, fast freezing and an abundant supply of ice cubes--the things which are assured with electric Jai Aiai Player For County Superintendent: J. U. Nelson Frank J. Davis (re-election) For Representative; J.H. (Jap) tucas filynne R. Coker For District Attorney: C. W. Kennedy, Jr. Tom Pickett Miss Katherine Hines, seventeen- year-old high school senior in Miami, Fla., is tbe only Jai sial player in lhe For County Judge; Jno. W, Ballow (2nd term) United States. She has been playing the game two years and is good enough to give the professional ex perts a real battle. A. L. Kirby To Attend flood Roads Convention At Ft. Smith in June A. L. Kirby of Malakoff. who in a member of the Board of Di- rectors of tbe United States Good Roads Association, is making ar- rangements to attend the annual convention of that body at Fort Smith, Ark. in June. J. A. Rountree of Birmingham, Ala., Director General of the as- sociation h a s already opened headquarters in the convention city to make arrangements and advertise this, the 22nd annual convention. Ft. Smith was selected as the place for the meeting over the invitation of 14 other cities. The Southwest was very anxious to meet in that city on account of ilrefrigeration, the military highway that is be- I Food well preserved has al-ingadvocatedfrom Kansas City l ways played a major part in the to the Gulf. The coming meet- i life and health of an individual ing is expected to be very large- land therefore people have come ly attended and will be one of to demand proper refrigeration great importance A very large in the home, but modern life program is being actively advo. with its entertaining and better liviDg demands not only proper refrigeration but also the other conveniences whichonly an elec tric refrigerator brings, such as controlled temperature which will speed up freezing of ice cubes. PeoPle today are demand- inl refrigerators which will give them a variety of temperatures and that they can select at any time the proper degree of cold to perform t he refrigeration tasks at hand. "Local dealers here and in other neighboring towns are predicting that this year will be a banner year in electric refrig- erator sales." Ends Aching Sore Muscles rot lol~ l.tin~, q ulck~ relief, .use i~dlard's Snow Lhalm~t which omai~ s~ ing~di~'m give a mm'e than local attica, thus bringing sur~m of wltmed blood to sca',.t~ ~ong~tion and ~ quickly Soothe awa~ the palm ~,,mm a~S .musel,m, s .~m~, ~tm, btckach~ ~ lumol~ m~m~a's Snow IAnlm~h $0~; ud 60c. cated by the association. Dele- gates will be appointed from every state in the union. V t'AX~'~ DI~UG STORE For County Attorney: A. D. Boyd (re-election) Miles B. Smith G. W. Allison For County Clerk: Mrs. Ann Payne C. C, Adria n W. H. (Horace) Johnson Mrs. M. E. Edgar (Eustace) C. C. Knight (Toole) W. A, Walker For Sheriff: K. C. (Kirksey) Davis Homer Williams Lee Wright For Cou nty T reasu rer; D. R. Cartlidge (2nd term) Commissioner, Precinct 2: M. C. Andrews (re-election) R. N. [Bob] Johnson Justice of Peace, Precinct 8: W. F. Young (re-election) For Constable, Precinct S: Q. Whitworth Public Weigher, Precinct 8: Thad Stacy (re-election) THE II "You can fool all of the people some of the time, You can fool some of the people all of the time, But you can't fool All the People All .the Time." A great many people are confused as to just how their clothes are really cleaned when they send them to the clean- er. Bring your clothes to the CITY CLEANERS and see for yourself. We use the very best Odorless Dry Cleaning Fluid we can buy. Your clothes are cleaned and rinsed free of all dirt and germs, because every minute they are in the clean- er clean cleaning fluid is going through them and the dirty fluid is being pumped out. Thus assuring you that if your garment is cleaned last that it will get the same thorough cleaning as the garment that is cleaned first. This is why our cleaning gives your clothes that bright new appearance. THE CITY CLEANERS Phone No. 21 Malakoff, Texas Is Now Age;n/For in Athens, Texas A complete showing of new McCall patterns is now available. We cordially invite you to inspect these new patterns. Style, plus matcblets m#hacthm! EVERY woman praises tim brilliant beauty and styling of the new de luxe General Electric refrigeratorL Here are the aristocrats of all refrigerators--the most at- tractive we have ever presented. And,within tho~ ShOal white walls is the famous General Electric meehtg Be sure to see the new G-E models before you select a refrigerator for your home. They are now on display ou r show rooms.Here you can look at both types ofhoute-, hold refrigerators--the sealed-in-steel life-time Moaitot:~ Top that requires no attention, not even oiling--sad'the ] G-E conventional flat-top type with new styling and per- | formance capacity to be found in no other pOp~z~ priced refrigerator. CTRI GENERAL@ ELE , _ ALL-STEEL REFRIGIRAT'OI Texas Power& The super-soft tires the new 1934 cars ace wearlt t can be easily applied on most 1933 or 1932 cars. Aak] for our special offer on the GOODYEAR AIRWHEELJ PrlcessuoJect tochange noti~ and to~ t~le$ tit. Authorized Dealers