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,( "The Voice of The Lignite City" 18 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24 1930 NUMBER 48 the mar ;et lowering prices. soon ground cuts as takes a decline watch Federated lead in To give you advantage of every price cut as possible Federated headquarters a r e o n the floor and we pass the savings on to you. Such price the following are put into effect at once in all Fed- erated Store . Ladies' fiat Entire stock of Summer Hats up to $2.45, now Ladies' Big Brother Overalls For men, $1.29 quality._ $1.10 1 . i For boys, 3 to 17 & $ __Soc Silk Pongee, natural, 12 momme pure silk .... --4 ' --'~V ....T-'--T- " | The following are Special, Prices Printed Rayon, pique printed rayon crepe ..... Ladies' Hose, full ioned--all new shades_ ._ I I I I BMiste,'Printed Dimity a n Flaxen Wash Frocks. guaranteed Fast co]dr ........ : d fleD. 6ilreath Dies Following Operation At Corsicana Friday Malakoff Stands flood Chance To Get Village Mail Delivery Service Malakoff Hi. School Gets Four Additional Units Of Affiliation George Gilreath, son of Mr. That the city of Malakoff is According to a report received and Mrs. Nelson Gilreath of this now in line and stands a good Wednesday from Mr. A. M. city, passed away Monday morn- chance to get city mail carrier Blackman, Chief High School ins ut the Navarre Clinic at Cot- service was made public by post. Supervisor of the State Depart- sieana where he underwent an master, Mrs. Gladys Curtis Tues- ment of Education at Austin the operation for abscessed appendix day morning. The government Malakoff High School has rote]v- last Friday morning, requires, under the village de- ed four additional units of credit Gee. took sick a little more livery service, that a town must which boosts the total up to 17, than a week ago with fever and have a population of at least 1500 The four credits received are; for several days his condition re- people living within the improv. English, fourth year; One in mained u.nehan god. Thursday ed territory, and that the postal General Science and two in Span- he complained with his side and receipts for the proceeding fiscal ish. These additional anita gives upon examination it was found year be not less than $5,000.00. Malakoff a fully accredited high that his appendix had become 'The recent census gives Male-school with the exception of a effected and he was immediately koff a population slightly in ex- one-half unit of Public Speaking taken to the Corsieana Chnie for tess 2200, and according to Mrs. which is yet to be passed on by operation. Following the'opera- CUrtis. the receipts for the pro- the Department. tion he lingered in a weakened ceeding year are above $6,000.00. Superintendent Willis feels condition until death .claimed Since these are the biggest re- confident that the additional one- him Monday. quirements the postmasterisvery half unit will be granted and in The body was brought to the optimistic as to the outcome of this event the local school will be family home here Monday after, her application for the service, fully accredited in every de. noon by ambulance. Funeral In the event the service is partment. services were held from the faro. granted it will be ecessury for ily home at 9 o'clock Tuesday the patrons to ntlmber their Funeral Services For morning condfieted by the Roy. houses and supply their own re- Jesse I4ig. Interment took place ceptacles, Rufus Carswell Held immediately following at the Malakoff Cemetery. Banks Will Be Closed Sunday Afternoon The active pall bearers were; Saturday...Election Day Funeral services for Rufus J. Fred Rike, I. P. Tidmore, Elmer Protect Your Valuables for One Cent a |, Our modern fire-proof and burglar-proof vaults provide an absolutely safe and con- venientplace foryour valuables. Imortant papers, jewelry, heirlooms, etc., are assur- ed against loss for a penny or two a day here. Use them. First Malakoff, Texas I J DAY NIGHT 38 PHONES August 2nd, 1930, and for the election of a Precinct Chairman N .' O. W DO DS The Woman's Missionary So- if one is not elected in the Pri. For Constable cietYdecidedof tothedseBaptistthe CircleChUrChplan haSof i i mary. , work and on Monday afternoon " Republican voters ofthis pro- I shall employ this method to the members who live north of ' einct who are qimlified voters of inform the voters of Justice Pro- the highway met at the home of said precinct, may participate cinet No. 8 that I0 shall deeply Mrs. Bob Johnson. Those living d the BEST of Everything in said precinct convention, appreeiilte, their' vote and influ, south of the highway met in the m EPHONE This notice is issued in con. once for the off]ca of Constable us your grocery and market needs; fortuity with the call for such in the election Saturday. home of Mrs So Flattering! Officers and chairmen of com- wehave complete supplies of the finest brands of precinct convention issued byI am very sorry that I have mittees were elected for each - fruit, vegetables, staples and canned goods, theRepublican Executive Com.not been able to see all of you circle. . Steaks; , mittee of this County. personally, but on account of It is hoped by this plan, which Tenderloin, per pound ..... 33c G.W. URREYI sickness in my family, and being ................... o Precinct Chairman unable to get off from my work is the plan advised by the South. T-Bone ...................................... 35c - : - ' : I have been unable to do so. I ern W. M. U, to enlist and de. Round ...................................... 30c Short Cuts ................................... 27e KNOW TEXAS sincerely trust that you will over velop every woman of the church into active service. Chuck ...................................... 25c : : look my inability to campaign Next Monday afternoon at Roasts; Texas ports in 1929handledwith you, and that on 'next Sat o'clock Circle No, 1 (south 9,954,952 tons of exports and urday you will see fit to east highway) will meet with Fore Quarter ................. . ....... ....... 23c . Prim Ribs ................................... 26c 1,421,699 tam of imports, valued your vote for me, A.W. Clark and Circle No. Rump ............... 7 ........................ 24c respectively at $699,384,268 and N.O. WOODS will meet with Mrs. S. A. Ander. Plate Roast .................. . ............... 19e q2,003,268. Petroleum products Candidate for Constable. son. Let each woman in each Brisket. ................................... 23c supplied:56 3 per sent'of the ex (Pol Ad.) respective Circle remember to be Flank ........................................ 25c and cottoa 13.7 per cent. present. --Contributed Pork; From agricultural to an urban The largest zinct refinery in Pure Pork Sausage .......................... 28c state is the result in the de- Texas is at Amarillo, located O Pork Chops .................................. 5c eade of population migration there becaus6of the availability Pork Ham .................................. 33c townwards. Including only in. of abundant and cheap natural Shoulder ..................................... 30c corliorated towns, Stuart, Me- gas.. Hamburger Meat .............. r ............. 25c Gregor, statistician for the Dal- " - las News, calculates55 per cent More than a00,000 sores of of Texas' population is now living land are devoted to golf in the in towns and cities. United States. Beautiful. sheer Chiffon Ho e for Summer.- FulFfashioned... picot tops.., some w th fine French clocks., narrow, pointed, square or double pointed heels. Shades include the very newest from light flesh tints tothe darker tones. $1,00 m $2.50. values. Now- 'q he One-Price Store" IW 4P will be fixed up any way yolt wgut it, o, r ,. ioe. e er,ou ..ek Call For Kepua,lcan & fuwJt towel in it, or object to my It whii I'm Precinct Convention or---welL you may as well start lack- tug up aad go kemp to moth~r."~ elmna Rnqu/r o ~21Ul~" he ~ grimly, *~s soap- to make married life easier. One .._._..._ _ The Boy Scouts of the Malakoff The deceased wss a resident Precinct No. 8, Henderson Troup Will meet at the First of Kerens sines early childhood County Te. as--Notice is hereby National Bank Friday evening and in that city he leaves a great given thataRepublieanPrecinct (tomorrow)for the purpose of host of admiring friends who Convention for Pros]act No. 8 in conducting the Tenderfoot ex- join his loved ones in mourning Henderson County, Texas, will am]nation, Following the bus]-his departure. He was well be held at the ekme of the hess session the troup will enjoy known in this city and his friends publican Primary 7:15'P. M. a watermelon feast at Bartlett's here will greatly miss him, urday, July 26, 1930 in the cor. Lake. Games will be played and He is survived by his wife and nor building, formerly occupied then the boys will go for a swim. three children and relatives in by H. Rosenbaum. All members of the local troup Navarre.co and in New Mexico The purpose of said Precinct are requested to beat the bank and Georgia. convention is the election of del- building at 7:30 o'clock. The egates from this precinct to the examination will begin at 7:45. Baptist Ladies Adopt Republican county convention to Circle Plan Of Work be ileld at Athena on Saturday, Vote For Birdweii and Joe Barnett. of Athens assisted in the services stitution s *being closed on Satur- day. Following the services a ...... procession of friends and ones moved on to the Malakoff NOTICE, BOY SCOUFS Cemetery where the beck, was tenderly led to rest. :FUNERAL :SUPPLIES ELMER ROBERTS Roberts, Carney Kirby, Dutch The News has been requested Carswell of Kerens, who passed .......... Member Federated Home Owned Chain Stores Moore and Morgan Smith. Hon. to announce that next Saturday, away Monday, July 14 while on a vacation trip to Macon, Georgia, ,m m q , , I," = ! ,b ,q , orary pall bearers were: D. E. July 26th being Election Day were held from the homeof T J. . EN, M. Morrison, Gee. Stress]no, Dew]it both of the Malakoff banks will Swanson in this city at 3 o'clock j. A. FOWLER, M. D.ID. B OW D, us. mmmsu, ~m,as,mss'~i .~ ~ , a n ....... ,';-re'T. -'---~ ...... . .... ~ ......... . ..,-- Coker, Tom B. Wofford, Wesley be closed. McGuffey, Dodge Gentry, Dan This notice is given that va- Sunday afternoon wit the Rev. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON [ PHYSJC]AN and SURGEON DAN GEN:TB-Y -But, dear."( rndsatdLittt"theld'awife, looking Gentry, Dr. l). B. Owen, Dr. J. trons may attend to their buai. Joe Everheart,. pastor of the Ofltca with Ueir's Drug St re [ Office with ])rug IRS over the plaas for their new home, A. Fowler, M.P. Willis, Clyde ness on Friday and thereby not Presbyterian Church of Kerens haVS the idea dtheN l/atl MeW]illume, A:. L Kirl , Fred be inconvenienced by these in. officiating. Roy. D, R Cartlidge MALAKOFF, TEXAS. t MALAKOFF ,.