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ii ..... .... i/ii:!/i// .... i i:: 7~i~iii~I MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall it. C. Riddlesperge, Office at First National Bank "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" P. T. Medicine Malakoff, Texas Telephones 81 22 MALAKOFF HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1934 Member Federated and Red and White Stores Slenderize your ankles with a pair of-- 9'8 Cobweb Sheer Hose ...... _ tracing , Free fron ...... or shadows. Smart sum- mer shades. The pair-- B Other numbers Sheer but built to wear. Dain- ty heels, re-eoforced toes. A variety of new shades. Priced-- I "Carl Pool's" BW Them With Confidence They are made to wear! Guaranteed against sun, persper- ation or washing, Can be had in NU rAN shades .... 1.95 Shirt tmatci' . pants . 1,75 OTHER "CARL POOL". VALUES! Pants $1 49 Shirts $1 39 II f Vacuum Packed Red and White 1 lb. jar 2 lb. jar $c and IOc cash refund for return of jars 30c 59c Red and White Sweet and Tender No. 2 Cans Valley Grown Fresh Packed No. 2 Cans Maxwell House Texas Packed No. 2 Cans 'Approved by Good 2.- 25c Housekeeping Not Save On Rubbing Alcohol - Pt. 15c P. B. Aspirin - doz. 5c Bayer Aspirin - doz. 9c Boxes. for Cello Packed Fair J. N. Shi(ey Is, Taken To Dallas For An Operation filynne R. Coker, For Representative, Speaks Here Saturday J N. Shirey, who has been confined to the Kilman Hospital here for the past 7 weeks with a broken leg resulting from an automobile accident near Corsi- cana on the night of May 28, was taken in the Ballard ambulance Sunday morning to the Baylor Hospital in Dallas for an opera- tion. The operation, according to his physician, has been made necessary on account of the bone failing to start mending. This condition is attributed to the pa- tient's age. At the time of the accident Mr. Shirev also suffered internal injuries and several minor cuts and bruises, but complete recov ery from these injuries has been made and, with the exception of the broken llmb, he is in a much improved condition. He was in high spirits when he was placed in the ambulance here Sunday morning. With the vast improve- ment in his physical condition. his l hysicians feel reasonably sure that success will attend the operation. It is expected that the patient will have to remain in Dallas about two months follow- ing the operation, Postal Rate Changes Giynne R. Coker of Athens ad- dressed a gathering of the voters here Saturday afternoon in be- half of his candidacy for Repre- sentative in the Legislature from Henderson county, the 54th Leg- islative District. The speaking was held beneath the awning of t h e Sinclair Service Station where loud speaking equipment had been arranged. He was in- troduced by Kenneth Smith. :al For Congressman, 7th Dist. W D. Justice Bonner Frizzell J. Lewis Thompson Nat Patton Roger Davis m For State Senator. 6th. District. Sam McCorkle For County Superintendent: J. U. Nelson Frank J. Davis (re-election) J. B. (Bose) Frizzell That the public of a n d surrounding commuuity might become familiar with some of the recent changes in the Pos- tal Laws as enacted by the Seventy Third Congress an d Post-Office Department, I wish t,) ist herein a few of the more im portant ones. 1. Effective July, 9, 1934, an additional 10c will be charged when registered, insured or C. O. D. mail is restricted to the delivery of address only. That is, if such a letter or parcel is marked for delivery only to John Smith at such and such an ad- Malakoff For Representative; J. H. (Jap) Lucas filynne R. Coker For District Attorney: C. W. Kennedy, Jr. of Houston county Tom Pickett For County Judge; Jflo. W. Ballow (2rid term) For County Attorney" A. D. Boyd (re-election) Miles B, Smith 6. W. Allison ed merely to a stree* or office number, the additional charge will be collected. 2. Special attention is called to Bankers, Merchants, and oth- to the new regulation on cashing Money Orders at a Post- Office other than the one drawn upon. In such cases the Post master cashing the Money Or- der will deduct a fee equal to that amount charged b y the office dress, instead of being address- For County Clerk: Mrs. Ann gayne W. H. (Horace) Johnson Mrs. M, E. Edgar (Eustace) C. C. Knight (Toole) W. A. Walker Mrs. Mary (Bradshaw) Johnson Jack Owen Will A. Wofford J. L. (Jim) Warren from which it was sent. er words, if a person sends a Money Order for which he charged 15c fee, and it is at some other office than the one named in the order, 15c will be collected bv the cashing office, l"hisbecomes effective Aug. 1, In oth- For Sheriff: K. C. Kirksey) Davis Lee Wright Jess Sweeten For County T reasu rer; D. R. Cartlidge (2rid term) 4 lb. pack Commissioner Precinct 2: 3. To Hunters, attention is M.C. Andrews (re-election) directed to the so called duck R.N. [Bob] Johnson stamp. Hereafter, hunters go G.C. [fieorge] ChurchweH ing after ducks and other migra- 1;pry fowl must buy from the post Justice of Peace, Precinct 8: office a $1.00 migratory bira W.F. Youflg (re-election) stamp and stick it on their hun- ting licenses The revenue de- rived from this will go into the l reasnry for the support of bird refuges and breeding grounds. 4. Then there is the new air mailrate, which is, 6c for each ounce or fraction of an ounce, instead of 8c for the first ounce and 13c for each aaditional ounce The Department is soon to issue a combined air-mail and special Jesse Robertson 'or Constable, Precinct 8: O. Whitworth John Bankston W. ft. Chapman Public Weigher, Precinct 8: Thad Stacy (re-ele ction) CROSS CHILDREN Bonffe'r Frizzell Speaks To Voters Saturday Afternoon u Bonner Frizzell of Palestine. candidate for Congress from the new Seventh Congressional Dis- trict of Texas, delivered a lengthy address to the voters of "The Lignite City" Saturday after- noon in behalf of his candidacy. Mr. Frizzell reviewed briefly his record from his youth on a farm in Henderson County, his efforts to earn his way through college and university, his career as a writer and journalist,, his lifetime study of problems of government, and his services as an educator and hm activities in civic affairs. Mr. Frizzell pledged loyal sup- portto the recovery program out- lined under the leadership of President Roosevelt. On pend- ing issues he declared in favor of aid to agriculture and home own ership, lowered tariff's a contin- uance of liberal support for the extension service and vocational education, the right of labor to organize and bargain collectively, tl'e election of the president and the vice-president by a direct vote of the people, unemploy. ment insurance in industry, fed- eral co-operation with the states to provide old.age pensions, high income and inheritance taxes on those who benefit from monopoly, regulation of stock and commodi. ty exchanges, control of public utilities, a controlled expansion of the currency and the imme. diate payment of the so-called soldiers' bonus, continuance of laws to guarantee bank deposits, taking the profit motive out of making munitions of war, eon- scripting wealth as well as men in time of war, and entrance into war, except in ease of invasion, only when approved by a vote of the people. Mr. Frizzell stressed the fact that he was not the candidate of any special group or interest, that he was conducting his cam- paign in his own way, that he had no extravagant promises to make as to what he would do if elected, and that he had entered J,,. i i "Where Malakoff Trades" )i ii O FEED--None to Offer SUGAR-Advanced 58e Baking Powder--Same Prie ECONOMY A Complete Line of Good Merchandise the race for Congress solely be- , , , ,,,,, , , cause he sincerely believed that his varied experience in life, his thorough education, his life-long study of problems of govern- ment, and his freedom from cor- ties or influence wouk him to render a service all classes of people in this con- gressional district. ~l It ilumble Shanty Don't You Need A New Pair of Shoes! mm tion on Highway 31, which has been operated by Miss Audie Clay for several weeks, changed Buy Brown-Bilt Shoes .... They Are the. Changes Hands , ,, The Humble Shanty filling sta- Ladies' Shoes... "sSE' 4 hands again Monday This time the business was purchased by Mr, T. J. Scroggins of Corsica- na. The new owner took charge of the place immediately after its purchase, C. C. Knight For County Clerk Summer's smartest Shoes in Dad's st: flattering styles you can't on these ctaas resist. They have been es- Bilt" Shoes pecially designed to keep you They fresh and cool through the play--flexible f,; summer, feet. :: C. C. Knight who is asking to be your County Clerk, feels that he is qualified to fill the office, to your entire satisfaction and will appreciate your support and in- 0 See These and Nany Styles in Our and in Our delivery stamp MAY HAVE WORMS fluence, July 28. Further information, if desir- ,rotates,, b.sth, 24 lb. sack may be had by applying at ' ' ,.d ,,m,. s,,,o, ,o,,a, Judge W. F. Young officiated the Post.Office window, wo ,. wai,. h.s s, ,tv 48 lb. sack 1.52 Respectfo.y ,o..a ', "'',h. aen ,,"ti' tv ,aturday afternoon in the wed- [ ; , Olyde McWiili ms. v, f g, and !