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~ ili !~ (~? ~ MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperge~ Office at First National Bank ,d "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" Malakoff, VOLUME 22 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1934 | It -9 I I II '111 I Member Federated and Red and White Stores .... , - I I Gordon Hose Bonnie Parker," " Bandit Moll, With Barrow Until End No Introduction Neecessary in Malaktff for GORDON HOSE. We are carrying a Complete line of colors and Sizes. 79c 98c $1.39 A Real Silk Slip SPECIAL. 98c We offer a wide Lace top and bottom Pure Silk Slip CAPS White Duck or check Summer Caps !9c TIES Smart, New, Summer Patterns-Rayon Mixed Regular price 15c SHIRTS and SHORTS Vat (tied, Fast Color Shorts Swiss Rib Shirts. each Sheer Goods Guaranteed Fast Color High Lustrous Finish "Pepperell" quality 15c yard Ruffling Regular 10c quality Picote d edge or solid color, yd. Regular Kill Those Insects Early I Insect Powder 25c Bee brand 18c 50c Bee brand35c Powder 25c Yellow Laundry [nsect Spray 8 oz. Fly Spray 12c 16 oz. Fly Spray 20c Qt. Fly Spray 36c Pound bars Red & White SOCKEYE Salmon C Sun Spun Salad Dressing 16 oz. jar II i,,i,ii1[1|, I i i iii i handle only Sel- ected Heats. Heat is Not Sold AnYwhere Belmont Rubber Company Water Bottles or Syringes. 2 Qt. Bayers Asprin Bottle of 100 Happy Home ee Cello Wrapped 19 Jello It's that Time Now 5C LARD Vegetole or Big Value lb. carton Shells 12 Gauge Expert 75c Box O O ,0 r BONNIE PARKER True to her lover to the end, Bonnie Parker this morning was shot down with the notorious desperado, Clyde Barrow, ending a long chase that had led into many states. His companion in numerous crimes, she was with him to the end. Miss Marie Williams Graduates as Nurse ~r Miss Marie Williams, a gradu. ate of the Corsicans High School class of 1930 received her diplo. ma Tuesday night from the Jef- ferson Davis School of Nursing at Houston, Texas. Miss William is the daughter Dr. Joe H Williams, Eye Spec- ialist of Corsicans who comes to Malakoff Every Monday with of- flees at the Main Hotel. I Shreveport, ,Louisiana. May, 23rd. 1934 Shrevel:"'* La., 10:00 a. m.---The bloody trail ot. de Barrow and Bon- nie Parker was brought to an end in Louisiana this morning when Ranger Captain Hamer, of DalLas, and Sheriff Jordan of Henderson, Texas, shot it out" with the Texas desperado and his com- panion. The scene of the killing was near Gibsland, 50 miles East of Shreve" port, a town of about one thousand population. The shooting took place on the main highway running from Shreveport to Vicksburg. Hamer and Jordan, together with Shreveport officers, had been on the trail of the two since last night when it was known they were in Shreveport. Hamer and Jordan continued the chase and at ten this morning came up- on them on the highway. Officers said that both r ached for their guns and the officers opened fire with a machine gun. Both Barrow and his companion were positively identified according to Policeman R. C. Williams of Shreveport. News of the killing spread rapidly and offi- cers all over tho country breathed a sigh of relief. The two had been subjected to the most relentless bandit hunt ever engaged in America. Even the Federal government had taken cognizance of the outlaws and had put its entire force behind the search. With the killing of Barrow today it marked the first time he had been seen since he hberated Ray Hamilton from the penitentiary at Huntsville. The elusive bandit had been reported in numerous places but t oday was the first time officers had been able to actually get sight of him. Found Death At The ' " Miss Matthews Dies Miss Mamie Lou Matthews aged 23, of Post Oak, died May 17th after a long illness. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matthews, three brothers and five sisters. Burial seruices were conducted by Rev. A. D. Carter at Davis Cemctery, near Pine Grove, May 18th J. A. Brllard, funeral di- End Of a Long Chase By Texas Officers rector. Win Class Honors at Malakoft ''Q 5, ERNSTIN_P ORRICK . C/I, Oi6"T.PIC, E LIHD EY $p~ia7 to The ~ews, Miss Ernestine Orzick for the 1934 gradua~ Miss CLYDE BARROW Clyde Barrow, who openly de- fied the officers of the South- west, and bragged that-he was "too smart" to ever be caught or killed, :fell down on his boast in Louisiarm this morning when he was "beaten to the draw". With his death and that of his bandit moll, Bonnie Parker, offi. cers had extermAnated the Bar- row gang of desperadoes. A bro- ther, Buck Barrow, was killed irt Iowa several months ~go; H~m~ iron faces Crial for kflltn~ ~ :i /: ( : : i~ ~ii i i///~i~ ~,i' :~I~ ~ ~ ,! ii(, i ~iil/i~iI~' , i (i)!(1% ~ !:~ i ;~>!i/ "Where ,Malakoff Trades" A Complete Line of Good Every' Dress COST $1.95 Dresses 2.95 Dresses 3.95 Dresses 4.95 Dresses 6.95 Dresses 8.95 Dresses 12.95 Dresses These prices include Wash Dresses, Now is the extra Dress you need in. Don't Miss these Ba