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May 14, 1931

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# II [ I I II GENERAL INSURANCE ! ] Medicine and Surgery | ~.oya J H.C. Riddlesperger I I Office Phone 81Residence Phone 78 I Office; Skdes.Bmldmg Office at Fi.t National Bank ,, I Lf_ _~ = "Th: Vote: of T L ignit City , 19 MALAKOFF. HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1931 NUMBER 38 IBoy couI uourt i'OSI zttaia on .base Dan , Of Jionor To Be Office Moves To Clu.b Wins Double . - Pushed--- [ Held Here June 8 New Quarters Tdt Sun. Afternoonr I Arrangements are now under The Malakoff Post Office was The Malakoff Base Ball Club ix n, os r" JRt' 99 Iway for the next regular quar transfered Wednesday to thenew added two more victories to their L |G ]terly Courtof Honor of the Boy building across the railroad, string of successful encountersl ndles ]Scouts of Henderson County and which has been constructed and of the season Sunday afternoon , Step-Ins, Briefs, Chemise," Bloomers, ]of Mabank, to be held in this equipped" especially for the 'pur- when they defeated a club fremont - and Panties. What could be more ap- ON.. ]Dual arrangements have been constructed according to Govern- year, and thereafter recorded The man who has suffered most during propriate? From 59cto.. = .............. UtTtj lcityontheevening of June 8th. pose. The building has been Athens for the second time this[ ]made in order that the meeting sent specifications, and all of victory over a strong aggrega-I the " 'on was it or was i" o 5 , Homery .... uepresm , c n c Jmay be held regardless of weath, the eompment therein has been tmn from Bazette. Give her' Vannette", 45-gaugeHose !/er conditions. If the weather purchased new and conforms to The firstgame, against Athens] avo able? " Dull appearing, graceful and slender- [permits the meetmg will be held the Post Office Department's owing to the late start, was con-J ; izing, The hit of the season. .......... 1 [ac the Bartlett Lake, but if not, standard drawings and specifics- eluded at the end of the seventh That's the big question, and will be the Purses I the program will be given at the tions, inning with the score 4 to 2 in I:" big question in the welfare of men to the IBantist Church The new office is furnished favor of the locals This game]J .......... :+: ] " " - , . , ...... " ..... enu oztime your case, now wm the Novelty, modern and cleverly ]11 [ An excellent program has been througnout with wooden Iurni- turned out to ne a real exninicion " fashioned Purses.. 59c to ..... t])l.f-,t.) arranged for this occasion and ture of a light oak finish, and is of the national pasttime, and fur-] next depression find you? ]the parents of Boy Scouts and complete in every detail. Its nished an enjoyable treat to thel "" the general public is cordially in- general appearance reflects cred- large crowd of fans that had Preparel Begin saving NOW. , Shirts -- Shorts ]vited to attend All of the awards it on the city of Malakoff. The turned out for the occasion. It Good quality, run.resisting learned by Scouts during the past office now is doubtless unexcelled was closely contested through. ..... $ Rayon, Each..., ........ "J:tT ]three months will be presented by any small town office in the out the entire seven innings and ' ' ..... ]at this meet in . entire State. was really anybody's:game until Ties / The last Court of Honor whieh _ theflnalput-outinthelastfra e. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ah.the ThiSboy what to Newget (%= ... was held in Athens was attended ROBERTS-.FLAGG B aT :ff W m . patterns, hand-made .... by a very large crowd of people, - o ack and Con ;, , Mm u r zales. Member Federal Reserve System and local Scout officials are like. " " s Archa Flagg, da ghte . Shn, ts wise anticipating a large gather, of Mr. and Mrs, H, L. Flagg of Athens--McCurnie and Me- Solid color Broad- ing ,ere. thi city was united in marriage Claws. cloth. Green, Tan ' Saturday afternoon to Mr. James The second game of the after ~nd Blue. Non-fade OC New Count-' Health H Roberts. The ceremony was noon's play against Bazette was . . ................. - =_ : Y performed by the Rev Bourban . .... , , .... really the most exciting of the ---goes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated. way we fake care of it how much we appreciate it: Worker in Malakoff in Corsieada at 3:30 P.M. two, although the score decided Immediately after the ceremo- in favor of the locals by the -- --- nv the young couple departed for wider margin of 6 to 1. Womack I. G. Davis, the sanitarian San Antonio where they will also did the mound duty for the sent to Henderson Co. by the make their future hbme. - State Health Department was in locals on this occasion. He was really m the pink of condition Malakoff Monday to get the work and his offerings to the opposing started in this city. Mr. Davis' work wiUgonsist mainly of di- Current Comment From batsmen o f the two visiting recting malaria control work and Washington teamSinnings,throughoutoroved teethe muchentire for16 getting the sanitary pit type . their ability and thus two more Ill toilets installed over the county. In the realm of sports," an vmtories are added to his already The Public Health Service Englishman has driven a speed long string of wins forThe through the State Health De- boat 103 miles an hour, thereby partment will furnish thecounty, shattering a record made by an Lignite City." free of charge, antitoxins to be American a shorttime ago, The Batteries: used for typhoid, diptheria; and maker of the American record Malakoff--Womack and Hall small pox. These will be dm-has at least one thing to "be Bazette--Upchurch and Tiner. * V ....... -7"--" ~77 us your Banking Business. We will show you by tributed by Dr. A. C. Horton, hankful for: John Bull gave him Mrs. Claude Stalter County Health officer, through time to get into the movies, be- Buried At Athens Friday the local doctors, and upon their fore he had to take a back seat. I Malakoff, Texas for the GRADUATION is the most eventful happening be- tween birth and marriage. It is an onward step in life that should be remembered w th a gift that is ap- Propriate and lasting--such as Jewelry. Gifts from Weir's have the assurance of being well received. A great selection of articles and a wide range of prices are here. Wrist Watches, Pea and Pencil Sets, Necklaces, Pens, Watches, Perfumizers, Pearls, Stationery, Etc. g B ' 'A21easure to Please" recommendation. Mr Davis also wishes to call The fellow charged with killing Funeral services f o r Mrs. to everyone's attention the water Jake Lingle, the reporter, in Claude Stalter who passed away analysis service rendered free of Chicago. got 14 years, after 24 at the family home in Athens charge by the State Laboratory ballots by the jury. The public Thursday afternoon, were held in Austin. Anyone wishing to is entitled to speculate as to in that city Friday morning with have the drinking water tested whether so light a sentence, fol- the Rev, C. W. Young officiating may do so by writing him in lowing so long a debate, really Interment followed in theAthens Athens and he will collect the represents what a pronounced City Cemetery. sample and send it off. majority thought should be done Mrs. Stalter was a former rest- _ . in the case. dent of this city during which Rev. A. W. Clark flied his Those who have had to strug, time her husband was manager regular fourth-time" engagement gle through an income tax blank of the Hugh Drane Ise Company. with the Baptist Church at Eus- in the not very remote past, will Beside her husband, she is sur- thee Sunday. ' be inclined to say Serves you rived by five children, two broth. right", upon reading that the sisters. Government is busy with a ques- tionnaire sent out by the League of Nations. MALAKOFF Friday--Saturday, May 15-16th The Southerner o One of M. G. M's greatest pictures Also Comedy. I Monday-Tuesday, May 18-19 "Parlor, Bedroom and Bath" --with Buster Keaton i r, -= - = COMING! Connecticut Yankee Support Your Home Town A man in Reading, Pa. has given a million dollars, to be ex- pended along wisely chosen lines in an effort to promote under. standing and friendly relations between the United States and Germany, There are many who value peace and wish for it. 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