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i ~ i!~ i~ ~ ~//ii ~,ii~ MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Rvyall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank "l'he Voice of The Lignite City" P. T. KILMAN, Medicine and Surgery Mai'akoff, Texas Trini, Teiepho.es 81, 78 and 71 VOLUME 23 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 NU Member Federated and Red and White Stores Ladies' For your vacation, you'll want your feet neat and trim. Get a pair of "Pet- ers quality' from Kirby's All good styles. Values from $2.50 to $3.50. now i,iiinl i i Men's One counter of Summer Pants in cream, pin stripe and greys. Good sizes- Values to 2.50-- Ritz Theatre To Be Opened By Waco Man The Ritz'Theatre, which has been closed here for some time, will open again at an early date under an entirely new manage- ment. The building and seating pe equipment, belonging to M. T. Dodd. was leased last week by Light or dark patterns-- Ideal f o r ensembles or sports wear. Also white and tea rose lace Your selection, the yard-- 1,1., i,i ,i J. W. Murphy, Jr. of Waco, and the past several days have been spent in installing new projec- tion machines and cooling equip- ment. Mr. Murphy, w h o comes to Malakoff highly recommended, will move with his family here to give the show his personal at- tention. He has enjoyed a wide experience in the field of moving pictures and promises theatre- Everything Now In Readiness For Second Dodd Well With the last loads of machin- ery reaching the new Dodd Loca- tion Tuesday and the continuous labor of three shifts of workmen in assembling the rig as rapidly [as it was delivered, everything now is in readiness for the spud- ding in of the second test well the Dodd acreage. Preparations Blue Chambry Blue chambry work shirts --triple stitched and fair quality, 7 button front. Priced- Trinidad To Get New Automatic Telephone Office w A new 100 percent automatic telephone system, according ta information received here, is soon to be installed in the city of Trini- dad. The installation of this new and modern exchange will com- pletely do away with the old bell ringing type telephones now in use, and will mark the first ex- were being made to spud in the change of its kind in well today unless unforseen hun- county. - dicapsshouid develop, but as- surance was given that the well Henderson The equipment for the new Trinidad exchange was purchas- ed by the company more than two months ago and will be de- livered and installed as soon as the new office building, which is now under construction, can be i completed. The new building is would be underway not later than Sunday. The well is being put down by Taubert & McGee, independent i operators of Tyler and the loca- tion is approximately 1500 feet goers here the best that can be southwest of the old location. had in talking picture entertain. The operators have announced that it will be their aim to bring the well to completion within a period of twenty days from the beginning. Melvin Dodd stated to a news reporter Tuesday that a block of ment. The Ritz according to Mr. Murphy, will be associated with the Fox, MGM, Paramount and RKO companies and the best and latest productions from them all will be exhibited here. He prom. to be built of brick and tile and according to the blue.print speci- fications of the manufacturers of the automatic equipment. When completed, the Trinidad exchange will be the most com- plete and modern plant of the entire Gulf States system. It "Where Malakoff Trades" Lower Prices III IIIIIIIIII I II ises first. un pictures only and always at prices that will be most popular. _ Mr. Murphy stated that he pick- - :. ..... ........... '_. .... :::;::':i I " ed Malakoff out of a number of White"Mule" 111 Kiddies' thoughtPrspective locations because heit to be the best town in Gl0 yes Ill : nts. the lot, and that he is anxious to get his new business started here. As the show is completed The name speaks for it- Ill In whites or colored com. and gets under operation, h e cordially invites a I I lovers o f .,, I!i mqving picture entertainment to 39c Ill 19C i . PaY his shw a visit" He prmi" ses that his weekly programs will be varied and well.balanced I~__.=.= ~ and designed for the entertain. I mentof every member of the ------w- "---- family. " Sen. J. J. Faulk i Dies TuesdaYin At I Member Federated and Red and White Stores I Home___ Athens 1 Senator J. J. Faulk, 84, one of q " pound alumet Ba 1[ Powder can 19C the leading and most influential citizens of Henderson county for -' e'reu cane ])utch , a nser .c many years, died at his home in P] Athens shortly after noon Tues- day. His death resulted from a SZYGAI . large 4" paraltic stroke which he suffered on June 11th and which had con- In cloth bags almon z cans I ~C fined him to his home since that 1 Lbs. " largl ' time. O Tomatoes 3 cans 20c Funeral services .were held ...... Wednesday afternoon at t h e . ....... ' , i Calif. pounds Pink for Toilet 6 bars ] Palmolive 3 bars lOcI Soap - Cocoanut lbs. Marshmallow for Methodist Church in Athens con. ducted by Rev. E. W. Soloman, Methodist pastor at Trinidad. as- slated by Dr. C. C. Selecman of Southern Methodist University. Harb0ur's Grocery Loses To Dallas Team b.m.m.. Hershey's Chocolate 2 cans 3 boxes 2-lb. box Fine for cream Large can The Harbours Grocery soft ball team fell victims to the strong aggregation from t h e Brown Cracker Co. of Dallas here Wednesday night by the score of 9 to 5 The game was attended by the largest crowd of the season. Reg. 10c boxes ] The Harbour team on this oc- box for ........ [ casion was supplemented with - players from the local all-star 3cans 29c t Don't miss team. John French of Trinidad, for ] your part pitched for Ma]ak i'-*'" ,Fine , 12cl ofthis! a ,l] in tea FOR Cut Flowers, Funeral De- " -" "---=-= =" ---=-' signs, Bride's Boquets, or any n Full weightcans thing in Flowers. Call 178. , 16-oz. cans u for Sanders Floral and Evergreen Campbell's 3 cans Company for Athens. :.: Texas I i , Canova, bib. Extra High 10 small cans ,, i i , ,llli,,,i i,il ill II _ ,lli~I : 10 -cans II I III IIIII II III Ill II I IIIIIrll II II i iiii _ II 3 pint size acreage, from the original Dodd will be 100-percent automatic I III IIIIIIIIIII II II I I II I I II ~ tract, has been set aside for the and no operators or other era- workmen who had accepted lease ployees will be necessary for its8 pounds acreage in part payment for their operation. Information will be work on the old Dodd No. 1 test. answered and long distance calls i I' : ....... u , , ,,j ,, These workmen failed to realize will be handled from the Athens: I I No A anything from their acreage and office. it was lost to them when theland i i' iliN|i [ }WDER reverted back to the Dodd estate ffi - after the well was abandoned. WOrK t egms un l0 fo .... ~ N Ifo, lmfoundmth,ss.condtest. " Pit :",...e.rri i! ~ large ': Centenmal Expo through this block, they may .,. still realize a profit from their Sl[IOn tirounos labors. ----- " 'i This second test on the Dodd Dallas. Texas, July 18--Hun- Ci ]l N FLI I ES rge acreage wiildoubtless attract the dreds of workmen began con- t la attention of the ell fraternity struction last week on theWorld's ,,,, since the possibility for success Fair of 1936--the Texas Centen. "i'il 1 illl i iil is enhanced by reason of the fa. niai Exposition--which will open vorableshowings made m thelinDallasJune6' 1936. TheCen. | | Dodd No. 1. Taubert & McGee ltennial will be to commemorate were financially interested in the[the rapid growth of the South- -I i6_ I [T'lfl[ old well and since they are con-lwest in the last 100 years, since I__ r tent to take another chance on [ Texas declitred and achieved its .1_ the same acreage, it would indi-[independence, d catethat the prospects for oilI The first construction work Y- ST--REO there are very attractive. 'will be concentrated on remodel-E CO N O ing the present structures and , ,. the Administration building has A Complete Line of Good Merchand|se roreclosure Ul[ been the first to fall in the hands ...H-It. vrfl" r't|nn .....of the workmen.remodeledThis huge ' ',ALT' pRll CES.' ' ' ''" ." " building is to be at a At Neff Location cost of $ 25,000 and will be de- signed to conform with the oth. .. "---- er new structures of the exposi- AT SAVII liE! e oreclosure proceedings against tion grounds. the H. G. Small traet of land, in- To provide additional space for On NIP SUMNER NERCHANDISE . yelping approximatel7 1400 acres exhibit buildings m a n y city on which the Neff test well has blocks adjacent to t h e fair | Lot been drilled, has stopped opera- grounds have been condemned tions at the location. Operations and the removal of the present Children's will be held up pending the out- residential s ructures is expected .... come of the Sheriff's Sale. which to start within the next few date has been set for August weeks. In this section, $ per- 5th. manent civic center group will be Regular $1,29 A drill-stem test made at noon built, including an Art Museum, Tuesday showed that the test Aquarium, Sports building. So- * had ~eaehed salt water, but also cial Hall, Natural History Build- a good quantity of live oil was ing, Better Homes and other Silk Dresses .... brought out with the test. The structures of a cultural nature. well has been treated top repent Many of the older buildings of Boy'8 White its caving while the operations the fair grounds, which have at. are being held __._.___ tracted 1.000,000 visitors each year, will be razed and in their to . , . . . .~ place the construction of the new Soft Ball League exhibit palaces w ill begin. Less than Cost Among the first of the new build- ~ -- " " * " " ~ ings to go up will be the archi- THIS WEEK'S RESULTS:. tectural group, which consists of I Monday Night the livestock building, poultry foods buildings, materials med, Special--., Tuesday Night " ,, , , I MethodistJrs. 21Methodists4 [ C I 13C pr. Standing of the Teams Bob Johnson's i ........... d Mi ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Team G W L Pct. sses' Methodist Srs.13 8 5 616 Expert Baptist Jrs. 13 7 6 538 Shoe and Harness Repair I Lot Pair Methodist Jrs. 14 7 7 500 Satisfaction Guaranteed Baptist Srs 14 5 9 357