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July 26, 1935

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P ]casingtract were most favorable I the/ ' INmRANCE AGENCY I I l--' I , rgery GENERAL INSURANCE ,d V Iq~mL ~ ~k I ~ Malakoa; ~ ~ :~i~o,:, ]}all Royall H.C. Riddlesperger ~ Telephones S/,81: 78~exas Office at Fixst National Bank "the Voice of The Lignite City" . . . . m ffi z " l ~ im ~m Immmmllam ~~ m m1~u~m.~mNim~a~ mm_~ ~~ ! _ -- ........... LUME 23 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935 NUMBER 48 'Barbecue Given tDrilling Is UnderlOll Field Worker II lira "" In Celebration ] 3" I WaylnDodd No. 2 I Reported Improving ] ! ____ _ _ ] Of Dodd No. 2 Test Well Herej In Dallas HospitalI ,our' | Member Federated and Red and White Stores A delightful party was given[ Actual drilling is now underI J.M. Battle of Burkburnett, ] f [ a t the Tavernale Night Club[Way in the second test well on]who was seriously injured in a][ "Where Malakoff Trades" ! Printed SUksa. here Monday evening in celebra-/the Dodd tract, 2 miles east of]Cayuga oil field accident on July ][ | tion of the snuddin in of the]this city. The surface casing was 17th, is reported to be resting] [ ! [ Excellent patterns and q lityin No. two test well on" the Dodd]setnearmid'nigh Monday and n well in the Baylor Hospital inl[Saturday Spec|al$: I Printed Silks up to 79c-- nroperties east of this city The[Was immediately cemented in by I Dallas. He was brought to the] Lr l Saturday ;arty was' given by Taubert &Is Hal|burton crew. The plug lKdman Hospital here, but later[ ' ' ' I Special o 4[s ' p'llp McKee of T.,ler j. and M: Dodd / from the bottom of the surface I sent to Dallas to be placed under [ 2"]klli: A V ll ^,.. ..... was drilled out Wednes-care of bone specialists. New Prints. m'or'e'than on'ehu: re a'nd= fift:tday morning and the work of[ E. Rumbaugh of Longview,/ ' I persons from "many towns ancl]drilling was begun immediately. [who was injured in the same ac-[[ Cotton bag --- I Sew Fall patterns just arrived! communitiesthrou houtthissec [ Information supplied by one[cident, andwho is suffering a[I no I[ ] tion The Hon Tom Pollard oilwh is in close touch with the]broken back and broken leftI delivery ,4 ,@VV i Fairy" and R-S Print Tyler, acted as Master of Cere-[peratins is that the operators I ankle joint, isstill confined to the][ - ! " monies for the occasion The|are expecting t reach oil sand[Kilmannospitalhereand is re-]I --. I t nutstandm.." s.eechn of' the[Within the short period of foUr-wl I prted to be doing enicelYa' were I I lnto Beans 10-1bs. 65C I evenin was delivered by Mr. Iteen days and that the well i1 I The two other mm th t I I Peters Shoes r-reer President of theFirstlbe cmpleted within twenty days]also injured when a scaffold fell, ] ' ' I With weeks of hot summer ahead, we "1[ tate Banl of T"ler [ from the time actual drilling be-I Clint Barker and' E. R, Rum.[ ] ,mm ..m 1 O Y . " /~XUI'D. , Price our entire stock ofladies'White I. fk TheNo 2Dodd, which is be-[gnu' [baugh, both of Wichita Falls,[I .. _ I ,4"][ ! 8hoes up to $3.50, Special ............ losJk.J inu utdownhyTaubert& Me-] This second Dodd well is locat- [ have also been released from the] [ toga | Kee: independ ent operators of[ed just1500 feet to the south- [ hospital here. l] ' | Tyler, is located on the same!west of the old Dodd No. 1 and] All of these men were employ- m .... . I but[ is less than two miles east of ees of the Clark & Cowden Dril- Dressing quart 25c ! arza Sheets | BED tract as was the Dodd No. 1, . . . . . has been located about 1500 feet[Malakff' O eratmns at the old,ling Corporatmn, and were en-/I [ I SPREADS southwest of the old test Bv[Dodd No. 1 created considerable]gaged in dismantling a derrick][ ' Full 81 x 90 Garza Sheets I Regular price-- I Lt reas~n~ftheex~e~~entsh~wings~ex~iteme~thereanditisexpe~t~[whe~thea~~ident~~cured. /I Pure | of as andodmademthe other/ ....... / /I ilP l:i: pound k. well, the romiseof success in fra erni:y wil agam ve centered P p .... alakoff Man Is 84c this second test seems very ,,odd /here as drfll'ng 'n th's newt *.-,,--. l[ .... The vlan is to carry this 'new]test proceeds. The success of[ Injures unoay In {l - - 8 oz bottle '" [ l / well throu h to c this new well ,s not at all unex " " " V g ompletion as] " . "[ 01l Field Accldent]l SHillS "2'for | I I~ " I pected as the showings made m Men's rapidly as possible and the pro-[ .... [ /I I ". moters have figured that not]the former test on the .panI C D. Fort, of this city,/I l more than twenty days will be[ " lwas brought to the Kilman Hos-,] 9rlll it A ]. Shirts Shorts l I required. ] o /pital Sunday morning suffering i[ ..... I .. , I Crinkled Spreads ---- [t, ayuga Wells hi OWea ] with a broken leg which he re-]] , " | nayne. I in Rose, Blue, Gold In ured all Field / g Ml,,/,l I , ;h,[ceived while at work at the Neff[[ [ I Shirts or ] and Orchid- j v Only Ui a.n ma uauy well. The accident occured while] I Shorts ] Special Worker Is Released ] With'" the allo-- ablo e oil produc ]thecrew -as hoisting afour-inch l Soda package 5C [ From Hospital Hereltion setbythe Railroad Commis-l lliPjeP:nt:ih td::ri;kpefl:?:s ] . , i 35c H Dum=29, who has/Sinat,nly37.20b rels perd, iYlfastenedslippedandletthe pipe I Tea oz. lar 13C I ' ' . Irom me entire tgayuga nel , - I been recelvingtreatment in the[each vroducing well i0thefield[fail' and in doing so it struck Fort I ,, ...... ....... Hospital here since ulY/has been cut down to only !he!eft !eg etwe ? knee x~,~v v~loo~rl +ha hemnltel/ p ~V. | .~I !1 ~I-~II~-I[II~[[II~U~mJ-I~IHIIJlJI~I|IIlllI|II Nill|DflllHIIrllllllianllllllltllltllllllllllllllllllll lillll|Itlllll| . ..... ,.y ...... ?"" _ ..../takes off ten barrels per day per/ ........... ! Sunday and returned to hm home s . . | well from the allowable of last| Malakoff Boy Weds m Longwew. ]month which was 4,000 barrels] q'^^.,k^., Dumas was injured on July/ er da over the field l l,P lllW ll lOth in the Cayuga oil fields]p y / __ ! I when the boiler, which he was] .. .. [ ENNIS, Texas, July 13.--Miss .... I Member Federated and Red and White Stores firing, exploded, and he was|.. liss ay Riddlesperger re-tPeari Bethune of.Bardweil and $ __ _ . _ _ lll 1 l Nice white Bermuda l_ ___gacneswnere sne "]were rrlecdoW:d: Cde?oa terf" .... ?s drenched with boiling hot water.| mrne,a nme weT:: men : " l Charles Z. Smith of "Malakoff ECONOMY STORE - III X ]mS 50-pound sack d ...... ,,..H | ten i gh:Cmae liSt ,: aiSs:C me I noon A Complete Line of Good Merehand,ao 11 11 It,ll W II pan ea y - . i the officiating minister, the Rev, "" ....... Ak^nJ AJ|Irvinwhowill visit with them lxxv n p++ ...... c W,,o;,.,, mho. .,, , ua tuu mcu: for a few day , ,,. ...... ....... : .,p_ Slmrl nln : [',OC()t ,. ]left immediately for Austin, o ..... "Ph P toot weU o- the] ..... [ where the bridegroom will attend Hummer A big value. 4 pounds for 2 pounds for ...... ................ I m l.t. ..... mer term of the Univer ' -- o / That good "Early Riser" 3 pounds for C 16-ounce jar C Packed as Salmon 3 cans for C 2-pound box C For Dessert, try 3 boxes for C 3 large size cans We're unloading a car of that "Gold Chain" Flour C For Sandwiches 6 cans for C 2 1/2 size can C This test, regarded as a m,/s- tery well, held the spot light of Items listed below we recom- the oil fraternity for some time mend, with a "money-back" until it finally struck salt water, guarantee if not satisfied, as The Small tract of approximate- the finest that money can buy ly 1400 acres, on which the test Try They Today! was located, is now tied up in,, ,,,, , court pending a Sheriff's sale on Narcohol, pint ............. 39c August 5th whmh was occasioned by a foreclosure of the lien hold- White Shoe Polish ......... 25c ers. It is thought that other test wells will be drilled on that Prickly Heat Powder ...... 25c property as soon as the suit is settled. Nyal Foot Ease ........... 25c i iiiiii iiiii Nyal Corn Remover ....... 25c Van Zandt Constable Held For Cattle Theft m Grand Saline, Texas.--Percy Carnes, constable of this precinct and S. J, Chandler, Jr., were charged with cattle theft Friday after officers and three citizens fired into an automobile contain- ing three cows. Two men ran from the car. Carnes and Chandler were ar- rested five hours later. The con- stable was acquitted recently of cattle theft. County Attorney Louis Osborn said bond in each case will be set at $5,000,00. Electric Fan ............. $1.49 ii Pepto Bismal ............. 50c Chamberlain's Lotion ...... 45c iiiiiiii i Talcum Powder, pound .... osquito Lotion .... 15c (iulf Venom ......... " .... 50c II II The Best Place to Buy-Drugs pal of the Rice High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith of Malakoff, while his bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bethune of Bardwell. Mrs. Smith formerly taught in the Ennis schools and for the last few years has taught at Rice. Church Of Christ Revival eeting To .T.. Close Sunday Night ---- The revival meeting of the Church of Christ, which is being held in Foster's grove on High- way No. 31, will come to a close with the evening services Sun- day. You want-to look extra smart--really completely chic, down to the last detail. * WHERE ever you may want to go --to a tea, shopping, to dirmer, or to a party. * WHAT to wear is no problem, in so far as hosiery is concerned--the answer is always Hu/nming Birds. * WHY The meeting, which is being regarded by church officials as because Humming Bird highly successful, is bein con-! Hosiery is always ringless ducted by the Re. Asa Spear of and shadowless, always Corpus Cl risti, and is being well smartly colored, always attended. The public is very flatters your ankles and cordially invited to attend the legs. ~J o few remainingservices. U l l|['lq B,rd Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Taylor and POLL FASHIONED HOSIERY baby and Miss Beatrice Fair of , ,,, Commerce spent Sunday here ' with the former's sister. Mrs. T Organdie Regular 98c Reduced to Oge yd. Voiles Regular 49c l educed to 35 yd. All Summer Naterials Regular 25c Reduced to xge yd. IIIIIIIIII I IIII II III II III IIII IIIII 1 lot Double thread, extra large Regular 49c Special-- 35C Pr. IJ I I [I Ties Every tie is new and all silk. Summer ties Regular 98c Specm]-- !Roger Harbour. L