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,I Pd "the Voice of The Lignite City" E 18 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL, 24 1930 Saturday and .Monday m mm, mm. mmm ,m,. mm m am m m m Fast Colored Batiste Beautiful. sheer and crisp, 39" printed Batiste very smartly patterned of large and small prints SPecially priced for Saturday and Monday ...... Immmm Immm, ~ ~ ~ ,mmmm, l ~ m 5.Piece Curtain Sets Unusual saving in Curtains of durable, good Wearing voile, neatly ruffled and overlooked. Complete set of 5 prates, Special .............. ) Regular Evelyday Prices HAUE Plain water color Green or buff, each ..... 55c Duplex Shades, reen and white .......... 75c Fringed Shades, buff or green ............ 85c MEN' UNIONS B. V. D. style, elastic back .... _39c Fancy woven mercerized stripe__69c 42 gauge rayon, pink: blue, wht_ _98c Percale i Full standard Percale. yard wide with exceptional 2tterns and finish. Spring patterns for all occasionsl 5C Member Federated Chain Stores This Drug Store D. B. OWEN QUALI. CAMPAIGN BOOSTS FIES AS TRUSTEE HOME MERCHANTS Editor L. J. Scholl Appointed Tt J'heir Progressiveness As Com. Fill The Unexpired Term Ofmunity Boosters Are Big Mr. T. A. Bartlett Assets to the City At a call meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Malakoff In- dependent Schools held Friday evening Dr. D. B. Owen, newly elected Trustee, qualified as a member of the Board and took the oath of office. Dr Owens was elected to succeed Mr, Ro) [ Weir, former secretary of the board. At this meeting the board passed Resolutions in apprecia- tion of the untiring services ot Mr. Weir and a vor, e of thanks was extended to him. A copy ot these resolutions will be founo elsewhere in this issue of the News. Editor L J. Scholl was ap- pointed to the unexpired term of Mr. T. A, Bartlett. who resigned Several months ago Mr. Bart. lett was reappointed to succeed himself, but declined to accept the appointment. Editor Scholl was also named as the new sec- retary. For more than 19 years the News has been boosting Mala- koff merchants, the home town business men. Why? Because Malakoff merchants stand by their home town at all times are illing to lend a helping hand in the support of every home enter- prise and because they back every move that is for the best interest of Malakoff. But we wonder if the citizens in and about the community real- :ze the worth of the home town merchants--of the many things hey do for the town and its pep- ale, and how much we, as a pep ple, owe to them. Back of every movement for good--for l rogress, development and uplift are the home town merchants, and usually only the home town merchants, while others "pass the buck" except during beneficial showers. Who contributes most to com- munity welfare--to church, to school, to socmty, to civic move ments, to charity and improve- Hearn's Roller Ring ments? Usually. only the home Leaves For Canton town merchants. Who are the vital forces in every organization having to do Hearn's Roller Rink, owned with community life and im- and operated by Luke Hearn and provement? Usually, only, the his family, which has been do- home merchants. ing business on the McDonald Who are the first to woi k for Flagg Drug Company The Rexall Store --responsibly operated by lot on Terry Street here for the needed improvements for better a registered Pharmacist is past several weeks left Sunday streets--for cleaner city, for city your fortress against ser- morning for Canton for a few -beautification-for the very thinj s ious illness. As soon as weeks run. Mr. Hearn expects that make us proud of our home you fall ill, let your doctor to be ready for business Friday town? Usually only the home prescribe for you then evening. bring your prescription to The Hearns are very fine pep- merchants. Who are the first to combat the us. It will be proml tlY and pie and during their short stay things that are injurious to our carefully filled. in our city made many friends community--to society--to our who regret their departure. Their industrial, commercial, financial rink while here was conducted and moral life? Usually. only, on a high plane and in such a the home merchant. way that it could not but help to Who digs into their pocketbooks meet with the approval of i ae entire populace. The people of deeper than the home town mer- chants to support community Malakoff can safely recommend benefits? "Day by day, in every them to the citizenship of any way," home town merchants are community, contributing at their time, their The rink was torn down fol. energy and money to make this lowing the final session Saturday eommuniiy a bigger and better night and by daylight Sunday placein which to live. morning it was On the truck and It is proper and fitting then ready for departure. ' It Was that we give more than a passing, transported to its new location thought to the debt we owe the by the Bowman Truck Line. home town merchant and that Baptists Close Week's we come to the realization that /leeting and Study Class this debt can be repaid by " " to them the trade of the nity, a trade well earned and The pre-Easter meeting and rightfully theirs. the study classes which has been The truth of the matter is, conducted at the Baptist Church home.town merchants are selling by the pastor, Rev. A. W. Clark, goods at, or less, than prmes else- of Waco during the past week where, and we will be fair and came tog close with the evening include additional expenses in- service Sunday. curred when trading away--we The pastor considers these . are bound to admit that it is meetings very successful and be- cheaper to trade at home besides deves that, through them, much showing a spirit of reciprocity. good has been accomplished. Rev. Jared Cartlidge of Bayior Keep Business Home From every point of view--durability and appear- ance....does our Lumber get therecommendation of Users everywhere. Here's Lumber that comes to you as Specified--.first being examined before it reaches Our yards, then atterward. That's double assurance as to its reliability. Malakoff, Texas University and son of Rev. D, R Spend your money elsewhere, Cartlidge of Athens. former pas- and the merchants will be forced toe here, conducted the evening to go out of business and to seek service Sunday. Clothes Talk! The Better They Look The Louder They Talk We, Clean, Press and Re- pair Them and give them a tone of Distinction Call Us -:- We'll Call Malakoff Dry Cleaners a new location where more civic pride and community spirit ex. ists And you may be sure that no other business men will come in to take their place, as for noth. ing scares business away from a town as much "for rent" signs on a vacant store building! We shall have more to say on this subject later. FOR SALE-Ne v VikingCaeam Separator at a sacriffiee if moved at once--Hugh Drane Ise Com. MALAKOFF END OF HIGHWAY ACCEPTED Work On the Section To Trinidad Is Expected To Start Soon; Bridge Contract Let Athens, Texas, April 17 - Follow ing an inspection on Monday by District Engineer Greer and County Engineer Treadaway, the first section of Highway 31 be- tween Athens and Malakoff was officially taken over by the state for maintainance. This section m nine and a half miles in length and will be open to traffic until the pavement is laid Work on the second section of this road is expected to start this week. Representatives of the Standard Paving Co., who have the contract for construction of bridges over Cedar Creek, ar- rived today and will start work by the 19th. Surroundings are also being made for the Trinity river bridge and work is expect- ed to start soon. W. W. Jackson Buys The Vieregge Garage The deal which has been pend- There's Magic In This Book If you repeat the magic formula "Deposit this, please!" with sufficient frequency, the deposit book becomes a talisman of rcat potency. It becomes the means of wealth, security, in- dependence. Let us provide the magic talisman. Small Accounts Welcomed. l=irst Malakoff, Texas ing for several weeks involving the sale of the Vieregge Garage was closed last Friday, the same being purchased by W. W. Jack. son, owner of Jackson's Garage. Carey Thompson of the Uni- Mr. Jackson states that the veraityof Texas is in the city gas and oil business at th tt loca- this week visiting his parents, tion will be continued, but the Mr. and Mrs. Gap. B. Thompson. building will be devoted to sto. rage room for automobiles. Malakoff People . In Corsicans Hospxtal Mrs. Tom Sewell spent the week-end her parents, Mr. and D. Moore. 7 This week Lignite City" has four patients at the Navarro Clinic at Corsicans and all are, at this time getting along very nice. ly. Mrs. F. E. Dodson, who was taken there several days ago is rapidly improving following a necessary blood transfusion. Mrs. Ira Smith is much better since being placed there the lat. tar part of last week. W E. Phillips successfully un- derwent an operation for appen dieitis at 11 o'clock Monday night Little Miss Martha Huff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gap. Huff, is doing fine after an op- eration for appendicitis Monday afternoon. of here with Mrs. W. Have You Been Enumerated? If not. or if you have any doubt, fill out this coupon and mail to-- Harvey F. Lancaster, Supervisor, of Census, Court House, Green- ville, Texas. On April 1, I930, I was living at address given below, but to the best of my knowledge I have not been enumerated, either there or anywhere else. Name ....... ,. ................ Street and No .................. City ........................... New, snappy Straws.. easy on the eyes for style .. cool and light on t h e brow for comfort. Sun and shower.proof. Mr. J. R. Gibson is the representative of the Texas Power & Li rht Co. in MALAKOFF For any information about your electric service call Mr. J, R. Gibson at Athens Phone No. 245 or at his home Phone No. 395 , I ~'he~ One-Price Stu-" tlqi-q$