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): ? IJ! / ,= MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall It. C, Riddlesperge~ Office at First National Bank 'I "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" P, T:KIhMAN. |. 9. .... Medkine'and Surgery : ]k~4t ~, TeXas : -Telephones 81, 78trod 22 MALAKOFF HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1934 NUMBER 49 Member Federated and Red and White Stores It Is Final Clean-Up With us! A complete Close-Out of all Summer Goods. Take advantage of these Drastic Mark-Downs. IMalakoff Polls Largest Vote In History Of Box In the initial Democratic Pri- mary Election last Saturday the city of MalaRoff polled the larg- est primary vote in the history of ~.his precinct While there were only 376 poll tax receipts issued to the voters 0f the box, the vote as registered Saturday totaled 456. The extra votes came from the large number of "unders" who were casting their first ballot t I Cross Roads Man Accidently Killed Monday Norning m Bud Welsh, 42, of the Cross Roads community lost his life Monday morning in an accident when he was struck by the fly wheel which jumped off of the wood saw on which he was work- ing. The saw, it is said, was mounted on a frame work and Mr. Welsh was standing directly ill front of the wheel when it j mped from the machine. The Starting Saturday 4th Wash DRESSES New Batiste Wash Frocks, 36 to 46. Guaranteed fast color-- TOWELS 13 x 26 plaid or fancy border DRESS SHIRTS Men's fast colored solid and fancy Dress Shirts, Regular $1.25 value-- STRAW HATS Men's semi-dress Straws-- and from many oLd people who have passed the exemption age. The following is the vote from the MaLakoff box on all the Coun- ty and Precinct races, and for the races for Governor, Congress Attorney General and Represen- tative. For Governor: Maury Hughes ............. 53 Edgar Witt_. .... ........... 31 Tom Hunter ................ 80 James V. Allred ........... 150 C. C. McDonald ............ 104 Clint Small ................ 23 For Attorney General: CLyde E. Smith ........... 119 William McGraw .......... 222 Walter Woodward .......... 91 Congress, 7th Dial: Roger Davis ............... 73 W. D. Justice ............ 180 Bonner Frizzell ............ 136 Lewis Thompson .......... 1 Nat Patton ............... 30 All Summer shoes marked down for Two CounW Races BOY'S PANTS Summer weight, fair qual- ity. Sizes 6 to 16-- One of fancy and solid Voiles. Yard wide-- Large size cans 2 cans table Decided In First Primary Saturday A check of the complete unof- ficial returns from all of the box- es over the county shows that, aside from those for second term without opposition, that only two of the races for county offices were decided in the first Demo- cratic Primary last Saturday. These races were that of County Attorney in which Miles B. Smith gained a majority over both of flying piece struck him in the his opponents, and John W. Bal- breast, badly mutilating hm body [ low defeated H. E. Blythe in the The accident oocured about 10[County Judge's race. The races o'clock and death came within an hour. Funeral services were held from Post Oak church at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, con- dusted by Rev. Cecil, pastor. Burial. under the direction of J. A. Ballard of Malakoff, followed in the Post Oak Cemetery. that remain for a run.off are those for Shemff, County Clerk and for County School Superin- tendent. In the race for Sheriff the ques- tion is yet to be settled between Jess Sweeten and W. M. Hard- wick. For County Clerk the run. off will be between Horace John- Welsh was a son of "uncle" son and Mrs. M. E. Edgar. In Dick Welsh of Cross Roads andithe race for County School Su- is suruived by his wife, one sonlperintendent Frank J Davis and i and two daughters, five brothers]J. U. Nelson will make the se- and five sisters, cond race. --- The complete returns of the Democratic .P ocln t county vote in the District and county races is given as follows: Convention Held In Congress, 7th Dis,: Roger Davis .............. 618 Bank n.U._aUtmtng Sat. w. D Justice ............ 2570 ----- Bonner Frizzell .......... 1263 The Democratic Precinct Con- Lewis Thompson ........... 41 I.T. Fulgham ............. 24 vention ot Precinct No. 8. was Nat Patton ............... 182 Iheld in the first State Bank build. I.T. Fulgham ............ 863 R~p~,p54thLucasDiSt: ................ 234[ing hereat 2 o'clock Saturday Rep. 54th Dist. Mitcham 65]afternoon, for the purpose of Jap Lucas: ......... = .... 2587 J. L. R Coker ........... 164[electing a chairman and secreta- J.L. Mitcham .828 Glynn ............. - .......... ry and for the selection of deLe- Glynn R. Coker .......... 2145 gates to attend the County Con- For County Judge: vention The meeting was called H.E. Biythe ............. 2030 For District Atty: C. W. Kennedy_ .......... 131 Tom Pickett ............... 321 For County Judge: H. E. Biythe .............. 125 John Ballow ............... 330 For County Atty: G. W. Allison .............. 56 A.D. Boyd ................. 65 Miles B. Smith ............ 825 For County Clerk: Mrs. Ann Pavne ........... 62 Horace Johnson ............ 91 Marvin Johnson ........... 22 W. A. Walker .............. 25 John Ballow ............. 3497 For County Atty: G. W. Allison ......... ,.._914 A. D. Boyd .............. 1651 Miles B. Smith ........ ~_.3008 For County Clerk: Mrs. Ann Payne .......... 642 Horace Johnson .......... 1179 Marvin Johnson ...........473 W. A. Walker .............176 C. C. Knight .............. 383 Will A. Wofford ........... 466 to order by T. P. Dodson, pre- cinct chairman. In the election that followed W. L. Faulk was named Chair- man and R. H. Pickel, Jr., Secre. tary. On motion the chairman appointed W. E. Phillips, R J. Blakeney and L. J. Scholl as a committee to retire and select the delegates for the County Convention. The following dele- gates were selected; W. L. Faulk, Red& White C.c. Knight .............. 11 R. H. Picket, Jr., L. J, Scholl, Large size Will A. Wofford ............ 20 R. J. Blakeney, Dan Gentry, H. J.L. Warren .............. 54L Flagg, St., Rev. Jester White, Sockeye, Can Jack Owen ................ 47,Dr" P.T. Kilman, Roger Har- Mrs. M. E. Edgar .......... 86 !bour, Roy Weir, Sr., I. W, Nolen =n Mrs. Mary Johnson ....... 25H C. Riddlesperger, Dan Royall, W------'hite. The - w B. Payne, Dr. D. B. Owen, For Sheriff: . i q Red , Jess Sweeten ............. 183 !W. C. Payne. M.P. WfllL. W. K.C. Davis ............... 46iD Moore and W. E. Phillips. world's finest. 2 for / Lee Wright ............... 105 The delegation was instructed W. M Hardwick ..... : .... ll5ito support the Resolution re " !questing the State Democratic For County Supt: J. B. FrizzelL .............. 93 Convention to demand of the J.U. Nelson ............... 99 State Legislature to submit the Frank J. Davis ............ 188 vote of the people. r Mrs. Bell Easterwood ...... 71 Commissioner, Prec. 2: Bob Johnson .............. 250 Harbour's Grocery Red & White M.C. Andrews ........... 146 Installs New Meat bib glass jar C, eorge ChurehweLL ......... 59 J. P. Prec. 8: Freezer Counter W.F. Young ............. 261 --.--- J. L. Warren .............. 428 Jack Owen ............... 629 Mrs M. E. Edgar ......... 713 Mrs. Mary Johnson ........ 492 For Sheriff: Jess Sweeten ............ 2569 K. C. Davis ............... 815 Lee Wright ............... W.M. Hardwick ......... 1261 For County Supt: J.B. Frizzell ............ 1281 J. U. Nelson ............. 1725 Frank J. Davis ........... 1670 Mrs. Easterwood .... _ ..... 941 Dan Royall Receives Car Loa_ d Chevrolets Dan Royall, who recently re- ceived a franchise from General Motors Corporation for the sale !of Chevrolet automobiles in this section, received his first car load of cars here Tuesday. The ship- ment consists of two standard coaches, one Master-6 coach and one Master.6 sedan. Mr. Royall has rented the M. "Where Malakoff Trades" la I I ~, ...................... 8 pounds I0 pound 10 pouuds bulk , ,. ,,f .... ,=..,,! ) I0 bars O 3 packages ! i:'i i~ i ( , : i~ =7~i I0 packages il i t I I .I J Texas fiirl, 3-lb. can Large size quart 4 cans Illlll II , 2 pounds, s'iced Maxwell House, I-4 lb. Jesse Robertson .......... 190 Installation of a new 10-foot Thedfords Constable. Prec, 8: a freezer counter has just been W.H. Chapman 264 e John Bankston .......... 163 completed m the market d part- Q Whitworth ............ 181mentor Harbour's Grocery. The full quart Precinct Chairmt-f ........... [new fixture is of McCray build . . .-, an: and of the very Latest tyye. It oonn rowers .............. m all white and very attractive Armour's or Big Melvin Taylor ............. 139 in appearance. It is constructed T. Dodd building o n Mitcham with two freezing units, one for street and work will be started Value, 4 pounds John Powers Chosen thedisplay section and another immediately to convert it into an As Precinct Chairman for the large storage space at the automobile sales room and ser- Standard Brands .--..- bottom for the preservation of vice station. Mr, Royali said that 3 cans , In the Primary election Sat- perishable merchandise, he will secure the service of an ............. expert mechanic Who has special- Small, ....................... 16c doz. urdayJohn Powers was chosen ballot. The attempt, however, [ized in Chevrolet ears to take Large ....................... 29c doz. Precinct Chairman by almost a was made to elect another man [care of ~he service department. two to one majority over Melvin by writing his name on the ticket. [ ....... Taylor, in whose interests an ag. John Powers .............. 3021 FOR SALE--Singer Sewing Ma. Large, dozen gressive silent campaign wasMelvin Taylor., ........... 1391chine. good as new and cheap staged. Mr Powers' name was tfor the cash.--L, J. SCHOLL, the only name printed on the Road Adv, mmmn [City; I I I i iiii I I II I1, I ir i i, ,i 8 cans full cream ECONOMY STORE . _- A Complete Line of Good Mer,chandise ! ~ --7?F-- _ I III J II I _ . III II REAl, ~r,,~l, UES! READ THESE PRICES . " All Summer MercltandBs, 4 Reduced to Cost and Less! .... Piece diS o 49, ,~,~,,,e, an,, 0~,,,,,,,,e~....... 69c Linens, pre.shrunk. .... .... 25c Batiste and V0iles.......... 1' Regular Seersucker Trousers, Values to $3.95 Ladies' and Children's Reduced to Less