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i i : ' ? :! if : :": !7% i':i ii i'i! ,( pd "l'he Voice of The Lignite City" 22 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON "COUNTY, TEXAS- FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1934 NUMBER 34 Member Federated and Red and White Stores Graduation Time! Banquets! See them to be convinced! Youthful, smart and individually styled. Just when you need a new spring frock. "Peters" Shoes Smart styles for RIGHT NOW. Our shoe department is alive with new patterns, also black patent or white seamless pumps. Men's solid white or 2-tones and children's slippers. DRESSES 100 fluffy organdie trimmed fast color Wash Frocks Full HOSE fashion Pure Silk Chiffon Hose PANTS Boy's summer longies. Sizes 8 to 16 PANTIES Lace and novelty trimmed Rayon Panties. Special RUFFLING New, crisp Organdie Ruf- fling. White, P ic*oted edge 2 yards 15c SHIRTS New Spring Dress Shirts. Absolutey guaranteed fast 50c IPANA Tooth Paste ......................... ....... 39c 50c LUXOR Face Powder ............................... 39c HIND'S Hone;and Almond Cream ................. 39c GEM Razor with Free Blades .......................... 25c Bean Sprouts JELLO or White Swan QUICK JELL can ...... flavor .... -- Chromium Bon Bon dish 2 boxes I Third Producer In Cayuga Field is Completed Tuesday The No. 1 Wortham test locat- ed in the newly discovered Cayu- ga oil field was completed Tues- day of this week to make the third producer in line with the discovery well. This new well also belongs to the Texas Sea- board-Tidewater Companies and is located on the S. Edmondson survey in their 17.000 acre block in northwest Anderson county. The initial flow of the Worth- am No. 1 was estimated at ap- y 15 barrels per hour quarter-inch choke from the depth of 4,089 feet. The well is about one-half mile north of the Nannie Wills test which was completed last week. New Tests It is understood that locations are being cleared and derricks are being built for four other test wells in the Cayuga area, all of which are to be spudded in within the next few days. Rector & Webb All information is still being withheld on the Riddlesperger No. 1, being put down by Rector & Webb on the W. F. Mitcham survey in the Cross Roads com- munity in Henderson county. However, basing depth calcula tions on drill stem count, one member of the oil fraternity, who frequents Malakoff, esti- mated the well to be at the depth of 4,025 feet at noon Tues- day. No information is availa- ble as to the findings of the va- rious earth formations, but the owners maintained that they are running high and in line with Cayuga area. In this event, with the depth at more than 4,000 feet. the news of a hit or miss should well be expected- within a few days at the most. Facial Operation On Jackson Prairie Large bucket Youth Is Successful With Scottie Spoon soQuart jar ur or Dill "Sun Spun" or "Miracle Whip" 8 oz. j.ar ........... 9c 16 oz :jar ......... 17c quart ............ 26c Gold Medal 20-ounce box and Beans News has been received from G. C. Reese, 15 year old boy of Jackson Prairie community at Baylor Hospital in Dallas stating that his facial operation was a decided success and that when again he looks into the mirrow, he will not recognize himself. The boy was carried to Dallas last week by Mrs. Alma Neal as a needy patient from, the Hen- derson county Red Cross Chap- ter, for the correction of a bad hair-lipped condition. It w a s stated that the operation was one of the most successful performed Save at the hospital in recent months: hot cooking . . ----- Mexman Miner is Just right | Injured Monday for baking lbs. 1/4 pound ............. 18c 1/2 pound ............. 36c Jose Heredia, Mexican miner, is undergoing treatment at the O q,,Q 1 pound, ............. 70c Kilman Hospital for injuries re'- Tea Glass Free With Each Quarter-Pound Purchased ceived Monday afternoon, when Arm. r's Crystal--'-'-u --" he was struck b.v a lump of coal from the roof of the No. 3. Fuel sliced lb. Company mine where he is em- Black Leaf 4O Pure Pork or Mixed lb. those ployed. Bee Brand Insect Powder For all insects-- Arsenate Lead For killing potato bugs pound-- The injuries of Heredia con- sisted of a small fracture of the skull, a sprained back, two lacera- tions on the head and a bruised right shoulder. He is reported resting well at this time and un less some unforeseen complica- tions arise, his physicians are of the opinion that his injuries will not prove serious. Local Airport To Have Formal Open. ing On 5-6th The Dodd airport, located just west of the Tavernale Night Club on Highway 31. now well in the final stages of completion will celebrate its formal opening with a two-day air carnival on Satur- day and Sunday, May 5th and 6th. Construction work on this new enterprise has been under- way for the past three weeks and is expected to be completed with- in the next few days, The landing field at the new airport when finally completed will consist of two runways ap- proximately 600 feet in length and250 feet wide which have been carefully leveled and made very attractive in appearance. As soon as the ground work is completed work will get under- way on t h e construction of a huge hanger. In the formal opening, Mr. l)odd, plans to obtain the services of several ships to stage an en- tertaining air circus which will include all manner of stunt fly- ing. parachute jumps, etc. A gala occasion is planned for this two-day celebration and invita- tions will be sent out to all the towns in east Texas, inviting the people here for the entertain- ment. An effort will be made to make a trades day feature of the opening day's program by in- cluding a merchants prize balloon race, in which a guarantee that that not less than 200 toy bal- loons, will be released from an airplane above the business sec- tion. Many of these balloons will contain free airplane rides and valuable and useful prizes from local merchants. Barring, of course, prohibitive weather conditions, Mr. Dodd states that he will personally guarantee the success of the oc- casion and invites the whole of East Texas to visit his new air, port during this two-day celebra- tion. Trinidad .Negro Suf. fers Fractured Skull Harrison Bradley, Trinidad ne- gro, in the employ of the Texasl Power & Light Company, receiv- ed a fractured skull and other in- juries about 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon when he was struck on the head with a heavy iron bar, with which he was working. The negro was working with the bar above his head endeavoring to get a portion of the coal mill in position when the machinery ~.~ suddenly started. The bar slip- ped from his hands and struck the workman on the head. The injured negro was taken to the Kilman offices in Trinidad for first aid. He was later brought to the Kilman Hospital here where an X.Ray picture revealed a fractured skull. Two Undergo Tonsil Operations Sunday Miss Johnsie Johnson and little Miss Doris Marie Scroggins us- derwent successful operations for the removal of tonsils at the Kilman Hospital here Sunday morning. Both of the patients are reported to be getting along very nicely--_ -----.- Mrs. Charles Barton of Gold- bunk, Texas is visiting her broth- er, John Powers and family thi week. I I I Ill "Where Malakoff Trades" I I I I0 pounds 1 8-ounces 6 cans 25 quart 2 for quart jar pound Pillsbury's 1 65 , Xtra Hi Patent ..1.411.-- Guaranteed. . .. 1.29 3 1.2 pound box each Sliced 2 pounds I0 cans 6 pounds 3 cans | I l l l [ l It 0 l l , , l l , , l , -'_.|JJllllllllll|nlllllll ~~u~Mm~B~M~u~|~~|~Hj|~~ ECONOMY STORE A Complete Line of Good Merchandise I III Lace ' BRASSIERES Form-fit, all lace- Brassieres SPECIAL- Work Trousers SPECIAL I I I ] H I IIII q REDUCED TO COST! 79c Dresses ................... :- ......... 6{}c OSc Dresses ........................ ' .... 79c 1.95 Dresses _ ................. ........ 1.26 Fancy mesh Step-Ins Pair- One lot of Dress Shirts Regular 98c Ill 49c Piqueand Seersucker ........... 35c Pique. and Breadcloth ............ 19c Fancy Voile, 36-inch--ge~od grade, ..... 8C yd.