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May 18, 1934

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Come at 9:30 Saturday night and see two shows for one I' i - . !. - " " " ews ] ; P011t:cal Trinidad N :7 By Special Co~responth,nt eciati :: Ann0un ements :orCtivei' J i 'lwh , 1 Vor Congressman, 7th Dist. (hr ound Our Town ) , " W D. Justice , Athens, Texas Bonner Frizzell We are hearin seine talk R for tN " 'Admission 10c and 25c J. Lewis Thompson aboutoil around imre now and ~ we are all hoping that this will ltatlve .... TODAY! '" Nat Patton amount to more than talk .... rict Ro~er Davis The Public Library seems to be Norms Sn ------ doing a nic~ business, most every hearer For County Superintendent: one is taking advantaue of th, J. U. Nelson i free reading material and if you i "RIPTIDE" Frank J. Davis (re-election) do not know the hours they are from 4:00 until 6:00 1), in. on J. B. (Bose) Frizzell Wednesdays and .with- Saturdays-- Robert Montgomery For Representative; they are still receiving~ donations J. H. (Jap)Lucas and will appreciate any good book or books that you will giw :turday, May 19- "' (ilynne R. Coker .... Tim "'[]lack Land Belt Re- JOHN WYNNE ~or District Attorney:" revery Tour" consisting of citi- zens of Corsicana visited here -in- C.W. Kennedy, Jr. Thursday a n d W. P. Grews, of Houston county Supt. of the Power Plant here "'The Lucky Texan" Tom Pickett made a brief address explaining the most important details about Also 12th chapter of-- For County Judge; the plant and also the pot)ulation "Pirate Treasure" j,o. W. Billow (2rid term) of our city and other things of With Richard Talmadge For County Attorney: I ,, A D. B0yd (re-election) [ W. R. THOMAS Miles B. Smith I Saturday Night 10:45 _ _Sunday Matinee, May. 20-- G.W. Allison I Attorney and Abstracto [ Office Upstail~ over Postoffic~ A New Show[ - For County Clerk: L? Mrs. Ann Payne JOAN B NDELL w. ft. (llorace) Johnson Mrs. M. E. Edgar (Eustace) CROSS C~'~:L~!~!~N "I've Got Your c.c. Klliffht (eoote) OAY HAVg W i SS W. A. Walker v ......... frcffulne~s, Io!;~ of ",vci:nt, itc;b:g, arcund Number" Mrs. Mary(Bradshaw)Johnson .... ...... .... ......... a worms. Whites (Trea~ V~rniifu~re has safel7 Jack Owen J =d ....... ,->, ....... and toned the delicate tract. \Vllitc~ Creanl Vermifuge recommended by dr~:; ats admission I I I I Ill Monday and Tuesday, May 21-22 "FASHION of 1934" .with- WILLIAM POWELL BETTE DAVIS I Wednesday, May 23-- "SLEEPERS EAST" -with- Will A. Wofford For Sheriff: K. C. Kirksey) Davis Lee Wright Jess Sweeten For County Treasurer; D. R. Cartlidge (2nd term) Commissioner, Precinct 2: M. C. Andrews (re-election) R. N. [Bob] Johnson fi. C [George] Churchwell Justice of "Peace, Precinct 8: W. F. 'ouflg (re-election) For Constable, Precinct 8: O. Whitworth Public Weigher, Precinct 8: Thad Slaty ,(re-election) Wynne Gibson Admission 10c to everyone taking up a seat. PAYNE'S DRUG STOltE Rheumatic Pain Stopped by Lemon J[ ice Recipe Try this. If it doesn't r41ieve you, make you feel better and younger and hippie;, 3"our druggist will retired your m(mey. (Jet a pack- age of the REV PRESCRIPTION. Mix it with a quart of water, add the juice o f 4 lemons and take a tablespoonful two ti~ ( -, a (lay. in 48 hours, usually, the pain is gone, joint:; limber up, ,yonderful glorious relief i: felt. t':qually good for lheumatism, or Ttetlrl~iS [t;2in. COSTS only a few cents a da y. For sale, recommended and guaranteed by all leading drug~sts. Any druggist will get the REV PRESCRIPTION if you a~k him to do ~. M AT,AKOlVV NEW " "--interest' .............. to the visitors--Waeo1'.............. ' ............... After games suitable-to the{ "'*'*'~*'+~a'*~'*'*~'*~'*~*I---'- ..................... ..... .... - .............................. ....... ..... blrs. Jno. .................. ---- - Stacy and .............. ,z( Good Will Train ?l'rived l h'iday[ages of the guests had been play-I lll f rl allrO[ Ward visited Mrs. Mat,.. ,,, age but did not sta5 long ___Misslt:,d' refreshments el' candy, cakei A at,,, a aata aai ISunday afternoon. Goldie Noble wilt present her land lmnch were served 31guests +~'*~,*~+~~*~*~+~,+~~*l - - pul)ils of Music in [h cital this lalno )g this number being somef i ...... I Mrs. Maggie Bowman visited evening at the High Sehool--we out of town guests Tile cream saDDer at Mankin' Mr. anh Bowmat of also understan(! that l)orothyI ------------- !Saturday night waa a great sue-['rinidad. Anne Hraley,, of Kerens will dance,~ ~, , loess. and the ~rite.r has seen her l:pworIll League " -o- _ . . . I 1 I-'FOL aug iviN; d; U; "/( caner and ,:an vouch for leer tal-I ] Mrs. Moore's daughter, M,:. and daughterenjgy [ s e2; ii[!:'ii!ii '2tt:hlendCi'n lib 2 k : ;:- --- 2---.. , . . " I The contest that has been con ! . - : ;}: mr moslrlg exercises at the . : .......... I tinned for four Sundays closed] Mr and Mrs Massev was cr o. Since our last :wHfl r~rown ~CtlOOl p'rloay evening-- I " ~ ~ ..... , , _ , "; . , Iand the side wxthM ss Cathe.l nt the ' firnort Rundav chool Board has eleete 15OO, plans are now~ oelng lnaoe . " . . ~ ' / '~ ...... " "J ~" ..... rineAwheart as Captain won ers as follows" gi to ptay for the peot)le here m ........... I ----- . . .... ~... laud tile LOSing sine i entertain! .--:, i l:.,, re-mectea, hl[la Belle SOWn seine eV~l-ltl]t., .... '1.'130 13an- i , _ . . ,.~ . ~ . } /VIF, Etntll~tg~,u ~..x