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Malak &l ! ,I "The Voice of The Lignite City" 21 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1933 NUMBER 46 Member Federated Home Owned Stores PRINTS Summer patterns in 36-inch. fast colored, Prints. for house dresses, kiddies' clothes and pajamas___ CRETONNES colorful Cretonnes. Light or dark background. your home to a new curtain, pillows, etc. Yd .... forget that in our Notion Goods Department you always find such values as these ..... )IDERY THREAD, fast color, per skein ............. 02 O 6-cord, 300 yard spools, per spool ................ 08 D-3 cord. 400 yard spools, per spool ................. 06 BOBBIE PINS ......... 05 50 SAFETY PINS ......... 05 Special For One July 8th to July 15th DRESSES )lete close out of Silk Dresses. Seasonable good style, white and pastels, to 3.47 .... few numbers to !.98 now ......................... 1.39 LADLES' HATS of ladies' Hats-wide brims in "airy" braids pastels. 1.98 values reduced to ............. counter 98c Hats, now only ....................... 49c MEN'S PANTS AND SHIRTS kie's Best", sand color. Guaranteed to satisfy. suit ........................................... Renter Shoot( Land. lord Over Corn Crop Near Wild Cat Ferry J. W. Bailey, 42. of the Wild Cat Ferry community was shot and killed about 9 o'clock Sunday morning by C. M. Book, a renter on the Bailey farm. The shoot- ing was an aftermath of an ar- gument over a corn patch in which both men were interested, A 41.calibre pistol was used in the shooting. The shooting occured near the Bailey home in Anderson county, when Bock halted the truck in which Bailey was riding with R. W. Parish, and demanded that Bailey cut no more of the corn. Bailey was said to have answer- ed the demand by stating that half of the corn belonged to him. Bock drew his gun and opened fire as Bailey started to get out of the truck, dryly one shot fired. The bullet went through the victim's right arm and en- tered his body just below the arm pit. Death, it is believed, was caused by internal hemor- rages. Following the shooting Parrish placed the injured man m the truck and proceeded to Cross Roads whereupon he was trans- feted to a passing sedan and rushed to Malakoff for medical attention. Parrish believed that Bailey was dead before he reach- ed Cross Roads, but the other man, who brought him to Mala- koff, stated that he died just be- fore reaching the city. The body was carried to Bal- S. A. Eaton and children Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Payne, lard's undertaking establishment d to their home in OlneylMrs. I. E. Jaggers and sons, and here where it was embalmed after a three weeks visitIMr, and Mrs. Phil Matthews and prepared for burial. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ] spent SundaY with relatives in The dead man is survived by Finney. ]Dallas. his wife and three daughters, the oldest of which is about six- teen years of age. ECONOMY I 11,1 STORE A Complete Line of Good Merchandise I II I IIImm Ladies' 1 II nStlr Every Silk Dress Pricedth ", only in stock reduced to --" : 7 ---------Less Than Cost!.__ Men's Sport Shoes, $1.50 values, now $1.19 All Ladies' and Children's White Shoes REDUCED TO COST! am..._ Boy's White Gaberdine and fancy Stripes. Regular price .A SPECIAL PRICE- =" Blue and Grey--All sizes and best grade- li Board Completes The School Faculty Local Option Law To Be Voted Here On August 26th (From Athens Daily Review) Henderson county voters will have an opportunity to repeal local option laws now in force this county at the same time they endorse or reject the legalization of 3-2 beer in the state election on August 26th for the two elec- tions will be held on the same day, County Judge John W. Bal- low has announced. Henderson county was dry by local option at the time the National Prohibition Amendment went into effect and even though the State of Texas goes "wet" on August 26th Hen- derson county will remain "dry" unless county citizens vote it "wet" on the local option ballots to be cast at the joint election. "The two elections are being held together to save the expense of a separate election on the local option question." Judge Ballow said. Amendments to Be Included The proclamation from Gover- nor Miriam A. Ferguson just re- ceived by County Judge Ballow cites the amendments which will be voted upon in the State else- tion They are as follows: i. Proposing to amend Article Three of the Constitution of Tex- as by adding Section 51-a thereto and providing for the issuance of bonds of the State of Texas not t ed twenty million dol- lars for the relief of destitute persons. 2. Proposing to amend Article VIII Section 1-a of the Constitu- tion of Texas providing for the exemption of three thousand dol- lars of the assessed taxable value of all residence homesteads ex- cept in certain count; s. 3. Proposing to amend Article XVI. Section" 20, Subsection A of the Constitution of Texas provid- ing for the traffic of vinous or "WHERE MALAKOFF TRADES" I We Offer These Prices Until July 10 / BUY YOUR FLOUR NOW! i| FLOUR "BellofWichita" 48-1bs, 1.19 WHITE SWAN MILK 6 cans 17c i I SUG AR .10.m. Pure cane 45C WONDER TEA One-fourth pound 9c S A L M O N Coo king. 3 ta'U cans ' 23C i PRESERVES Quart size - Any flavor | 9 PEACHES 3 tail cans 25C s TOMATO JUICE Campbell's 5c ...... I ..... LL. _/U II 12 ounce package ICE CREAM SALT H 1 LO Baking Powder WAPCO COFFEE i PINEAPPLE TOILET SOAP 10 pounds 9c t ! -J~ _ 32-oz. can 19C 3 pound can 67c p Libby's 9.oz. can 12 bars for 29c S Ill weet POTATOES 4 z cans 25c PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO Per can 10c FI CRACKERS 2 pounds 15c CATSUP Best grade -- 14-oz. bottle s~ J E L LO Any kind POST TOASTIES White House 9c 5c ._.m..-._ J "JUST HOME FOLKS" A 35c Tax per sack will be placed on Flour after Saturday, July 8th. BUY NOWI FLOUR, Big Loaf, ................ 1.25 FLOUR, 0'Keen's Best .... 1.35 S U G A R, 20 pounds ............... 1.O O expires. The opportunity for a Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Taylor real education is the best gift to and children, Mrs. J.J. Carson, the child, and t b. e Malakoff and Mms Ruth Taylor left Wed- schools meets every requirement nesday morning for Chicago of the State Board of Education. a three weeks visit at the World's Fair. July 31st is the final day in which school students may be transfered from one school to an- other, according to information supplied this week by Supt. M. P. Willis. Those students of the surround- ing commumties who wish to take advantage of the first class mhool facilities afforded by the alakoff schools, should keep this in mind and arrange for their transfers before the time Wallace Clark, the pastor, is conducting the services while the song services and the children's work is also being carried on by local workers. The meeting is calculated to continue for two weeks. Church members are urged to attend the services and all oth- ers are cordially invited, The comfort of the congregation is insured by five electric ceiling fans. : 7 : malt liquors of alcoholic content At a meeting of the Board ofg three and two- Trustees, held at Dan Gentry's per cent (3.2 per cent) by office Friday evening, all vacan- weight. cies remaining in the school fie- And for the purpose of electing ulty were filled and the school is thirty-one delegates and thirty- now in readiness for the opening one alternates to a convention to The following items in Furniture are all practically of the Fall term in September. be held in the City of Austin,new and are worth the money. We will sell any The only remaining vacancy in Texas, on the 90th day after the piece separately, or the whole thing together. the yrammar school department 26th day of August 1933, which was filled by the election of Miss convention shall pass upon the j Wilma Perkins o f Rusk, Texas. question of whether or not the i 4 Dining Chairs, 3.50 each.....$14.00 I Miss Lucile Truelove was reelect- Twenty-First Amendment to the II I n::. Table 20.00 [[ ed to the school in the Mexican Constitution of the United States u v,n,ns ...................... II camp.Colored School of Ameriea shall be ratified bYthe State of Texas. illI Chest fDrawers ........ : ....... In the colored school. Prof. A. _ _ IV itv Dresser 16.00 , !11 ._an... .......... ........ II!1 cipal. VergieJohnson was also Baptist Revival ill 4 Pillows, 1.00 each ............... 4.00 Jill re-elected and the remaining IS Now Under Way I.II 2 Mattresses ...................... 10.00 [IH place was filled by the election of IU iIH Susie Husten of Tyler. The annual evangelistic cam- 1 Bed ............... ................. 12.50 .... I!! I Set of Bed Springs ............. 3.50 IIii School Transfers Must pa,gn of the F,rst BaptlstChur h Be Made Before Jlst was o ten under way with the morning service Sunday. Rev, '