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..... ¸: ...... ...... INSURANCE AGENCY I Medicine and Surgery __ i I I I Office; Skiles Building Royall n.C. Riddlesperger t [~ O~ice at First National Bank d "the Voice of The Lignite City" _ ~ ~ ~ ~------~m -----'-----% ---'----~ " MALAKOFF. HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APR,L 23. ,931 NUMBER. ? ...... " : -" ---" --- |111 . : [ One Of Most Popular / [ Epworth League_ m .IL--L. " ml StudentslnL°nM°rris/ [ To Convene tlere "The Year That Wolves Member Federated Home Owned Stores | L _- -I Pha. man of this - :- - --f - ----[ The District Meet of the Ep- " d" I " " "Adams wpxe[ [worth Leagueof the Jacksonville VANNET]E I! l elected the most popular students [ [Distr'ctwillc°nvene'nMalak°ff I .............. I1 I /atl.on Morris College, m the[ [ina two-day session amroay PUll ~asnlonea r~oslery 1 • y~, ........................ " ---- ' / -- | [ [C°Hege Fay°rites C°ntest' sp°n" 'and Sunday" N i! raugepuresilkgenuln.e ]l l ]soredbytheAlexandrian. college[ ] A splendid program has been adine, dull finish Ch]ffon_-- ;1. 1 l ublication which came ton close] [arranged for the two days and to "~ • IH $'J ' , * ou'll soon be wearing them too. /last Monday. Miss Chapman al.[ [which the general pubhc ,s cur- I i!i • : " / so tied for the girl s honor as thai /diallyinvited' . [best looking student with Miss[ | Among the prominent speak- i New Purses Louise Bennett and Frank Adams[ ]ers to attend and take part in the Envelope and hookless fastener styles, [and Doris NasA tyingas the best[ /program are; E M. Stanton, | "" ......... o--ener All all-round athletes. / [ President of Lon Morris College; many wlm the new -,pp:- v • This contest sponsored by[ |Dr. Barcus, Presiding Elder of In EVERY INSTANCE those who had ! 0 mar colors ~ It's Wllliqm E Woodw'~rd, I iN~ t " % " k / P P ca_ up.. ¢! ]11 ^'---ndrian in an attempt[ : - . ', thin D].tnct, and Dr Munger. no wolf trouble were . those who had been • •~. ~ tt~ ,-~t~e,~ striking l'e~( ml}l.~uee to |(,Fill(H" [ resi- for Spring YOL, - . . ; .: .. ". : . . .,e( hu, The followingisthe complete H lto further the good relations and[ .le..t Calx L~ L.~)|,dge has f ¢1 1 " ] .. '. . . saving against wolf days[ llntarests of the students All| drcds, ew, n per,~,mal frie: (ls of Mr | program zor two day session; I! .... ' ~.-~i':" " ~ .... " ,.,~_/ Coolidge. lit, i~"~sreti(.ent as the| ...... .~.. " the selec¢lons were ~enlors wl[n hm~Cf in ~aturuay mrklino" Fnotwear _., / " I . . .... " .... b ......... [the exception of Doris Nash, a[ the same ma,m(_'v, and is a mltive oil 2:30-3:30 P.M.--l:Leglstratlon It's worth remembering, i[ Of soft, pliable kid - [Junior. She takes part in ath-[ I.!m,17r,,v,.. vt.. wi hi, , ites of tl e/ 3:00-3:45 P. M.--Talk by Rev. II .~ ~ .... Coolidge home at 1 lymouth. ' • • , Pure s or Ties-- block heels. [letlcs. phvslcal tralnlng work,[ • |H.L. Munger, Dlstrlct Secy of '[I P !and is a member of the girl |Religious Education. ' $]tenmssquad. [Dallas Pastor To [ 3:45-4:30 P.M.--Speaker (To II • i :ST NAIl At BANK mv'le11-"!0 .... : m .... ml /be supphed, ) \ \: i m !l"t : ' " " ed' Preach At School ! 4"30-5"00 P M -Prayer Service " . . =-[i lalaKOllt.ouple Inlur i . . . " "- " " Member Federal R..serve System . . . . 5:00-7:00 P. M.--Dinner. - Tmletrl.es Wh -C-,¢mkes Brld e Audttonum To NgeI. 7:00-9:00 P. M L-Social (Mala- h -- S,',eclal for i I koff League in Charge) , ...... ' Malakoffand adjoining towns] 9:0010:00 P M--PlatformHour ¢li Saturday and. Monday Mr. ..... D. T. Griffin ann w!te DOt• and communities have been cir-l,cr , n R Barcus Presidih El- [ lit I mm ...... , .... - .... 32c received sh ht)n urles whe.n.the cularized this week heralding the[ der in Charge) '; 'x' lil /O one ................. !car in which ;hey were rmlng comin of DrEarl Anderson, I .qnn av NA 50c TOOTH PASTE, special at ............... ; zc . ."Sunday afternoon struck the eno ,,h, ,, ll necial reli-[ o a~ o on ~'~-~" Q.... )i" ~ i,fi) maslmls,mm,a,umnm,ammm,an,,mm,am,m,ulam|mlsl m |m' ! ' " 5c Vanishin and Cleansing Creams .........'o[ a drag• m euar re.ea ious service in the High School] a. n o ........ ti,,n e-v o- =°: " i D S. 3 g * - .............. g . .... ............... , eclal lbc ~tom lvtr ~rlmn salu tnu~au r I?ERINE, 25c TOOTH PASTE, so" - ........... .' ' ..... - Auditoriom to-night. Dr Ande ".](To be Supplied) I ]]]] ! WISE ! ERISTOCRAT, 75c FACE POWDER, s ecial ...... 59c '°ther car as, approacnm.z me son isthe pastor of the Funda-[ 9:30-9:45--Prayer Service , ,.,, ( ..... brmgezrom tneopposl.[esme amp mentalist Baptist Church of Dab] 9:45-10:45--Sunday Sct ool ' • um n n • n •. m Ul I SU • onlmlnl•llalnlla I~lllmllllllllll•lnl!•tlllllnllllllllllll[lil~l~llnJJt~Rm~:" a : when he stopped to let tne diner " ~_~ . ........... las and ]s a mmister of conmder-[ 10:45-11:00-Interm ssmn when you request us to i _ [car pass. rne or.nor car,. wpv u,, able repute. The subject of theI ll.00-12"00-Service (Rev. E, call for your wardrobe. - . ............ Lss tOO, and then they DOra star eu evening service will be the "Ful" ' i iT of the i auonai cnotasuc rreun a-ain at the same time He , "[L. Edgar, Pastor) We spare no effort to give you set- ] (L,;, I'ULIilk, atitltl .... ;'-*ion ] . g , , . . .. fillment of the Scriptures. | 12:00-1:30 P.M.-Dlnner rded,0110:lR/,iT hge addsdg.hi h ri:iirl in ii: /iii/l iill I. ;:::i:: i$ vicewhich is unequalled. We clean, : ] press and repair clothes so carefully WORTH. Apr" 1 .- a rvice bv the national asso , .' .... " " _ President, Lon Morris C(lleg . and so thoroughly that you are sure ....... . , • bruises, wm,e vir. rm}ln suz- • r desirous of ex- .dent news aver. . of Tax cretan." " The Skiff s rankmg . . " " " t • occasmn, and a e . 2"45. 3.'15--Rev. Ernest Robertsl to be satisfied. mn Umversity, has been places it among the best I0 per tares a sprameu wrm • tendmg to everybody a cordial 3.15-4"30--Business ] Try us and see the "All.American Hun cent of the university weekly -'---- invitation to attend. Special Leag[ 'e Benediction. • "in the 1930-31 contests newspaper in the uni eO m es. . • -- • - Truck Driver Narrowly musm has Seen arranged whmh .... a adds pleasure to the profit that Farmers Urged Trade I JUST call us up and tell us what you want-your order be on its way practically at once. We'll make se- ctions just as carefully as you would, and the prices be right. Here a ee some of our specials: Plate Rib Roast. pound ....... iSc Chuck Roast, pound .... ..... 20c Steak, per pound .......... 25c Pork Sausage, per ponnd .... 25c Pork Steak, chuck, pound .... 25c L II Vacuum Packed 2 1-2 pound can ......................... $1,10 . I pound can .................., 45c We serve Folger's Coffee in our Cafe because we think is the best that money can buy. HOME BAKED-Cinnamon Rolls, Cup Cakes, and .. Dough Nuts--fresh from the oven every day. Escapes Injury Friday is assured all who attend. The service will begin at 7:45. For Certified Cottonseed -- __.2_ Fred Wyrick, truck driver for FORT WORTH, Tax.. April 18 a Corsicana business concern, to the Trinity River. where an- narrowly escaped seriotts injury other magnificent concretebridge (Special)---Hundreds of Texas about 8 o'clock Friday night is under construction. The Trin- Farmers have within the past few days taken advantage of an when the big oil truck, which he ity bridge is expected to be com- wasdriving ran off of a slough plated in the early part of June. bridge in Cedar- Creek bottom " ' The accident occured when a blue Ford sedan, ha which several women were riding, attempted Every cloud has a to pass the truck on the bridge silver |thing. which *Mr. Wyrick said that he pulled is just about as ac- into the banister of the bridge in cessible as the pot of gold at the end order to avert a crash which, in of the rainbow. all probability, would have proP- serious to the occupants light car. No one was in: jured as it Was and the truck suffered only slight damage, E L. Stewart, operating the wrecker for Jackson's Garage, abored for almost four hours be- fore he succeeded in getting the huge truck back into the road- Way. Cedar Creek Bridges To Open Saturday MALAKOFF Friday--Saturday, April, 24-25 "CHARLIE CLAN CARRIES ON" Also Cordedy. A Show for the Family. Monday-Tuesday, April 27-28 "BILLY Tile KID" --with Wallace Beery, The two gun Don Juan lives again. COMING! Monday-Tuesday Week "MIN AND: BILL" According to information re- ceived this week the four new concrete bridges, which are b'e ing built through Cedar Creek bottom on the new highway, will be opened to the public Sat. urday of this week. These new structures have been built above the high water mark, which insures travel the year round. This new highway is almost perfectly strmght be- tween Malakoff and Trinidad thereby shortening the offer made by the Traders Oil Mill Company of Fort Worth, under which they can, without a cent of cash expenditure obtain the highest quality of State Certified Cottonseed ' for planting their 1931 crops. The oil mill company's plan, which was worked out as a con- tribution to the statewide fight to combat the short staple evil which has caused Texas Cotton to lose its standing as the finest produced, has the endorsement of the Texas Certified Cottonseed Breeders Association. Under the plan, any farmer may ship prime gin-run seed to the mill, .and receive in return t State Certified Planting seed, on a trading basis of one bushel of State Certified planting seed for each three bushels of gin-run seed. Farmers in various com- ics are urged to pool their . ed and ship in car load lots. Freight is paid both ways on the seed by the mill, so that the far have the finest prant- ing seed procurable" in any va- riety they desire, without a cent of cash expenditure, County agents, Chamber of Commerce and other agricultural leaders have taken advantage of the offer, and pooled shipments of gin run seed to exchange for the certified seed in many corn- '.! • unities 1 The offer will remain open so long as the present limited sup- MALAKOFF, (Telephone 84) TEXAS For Grocery Bargains Telephone No. 14. Malakoff, Texas Baking Powder 5-pound can Gold Medal Oats ml three bars for only 25c Maxwell House Coffee, 3.1bs. Sugar Cured Bacon, ir Large Bucket I per Ib, 20c Black Pepper, 3 for 1 Vacuum Packed TWO POUND CAN ..... 85c ONE POUND CAN...'..42c The highest quality money will huy. Kingfisher's