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THE MALAKOFF NEWg Funeral Director Our Superior Service Costs No More! Every detail carefully attended to by capable and skilled attendants. Safe and Sane -Ambulance and Hearse Service Day Phone 100 Night Phone 25 By Special Correspondent Anna Brown enter- of her friends Iber Party at her evening. ATreasure Hunt was one of the games played during the and the winner of the box of candy. Arthur Eaton"of Olney, who hasbeen suffering from a crip- pled foot for several months, came to the home of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finney, h e r e Saturday. His family has been here some time. Miss Mildred Matthews left watermelon, ice cream, Saturday f o r Shreveport La. sandwiches and tea where she will attend a beauty guest at dif. hours throughout t h e ,--,o.-- An Ice Cream Suuper was en- a large group of young Saturday evening as a party honoring Miss Churehwell who left g for Eldorado, sire will visit )r al~ indefinite length of time, Win Faulk and Dorothy Churchwelt are friends in school this summer. Mrs. Bob Johnson and children left Monday for a week's visit with relatives in Canton. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson an 8 pound boy, July 21. ONE large 39c tube of Rexall Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste and one Klenzo Tooth Brush with holder, all for 39c at WEIR'S Rexall Store. s Roger Harbour and Lon Mans- field were business visitors in Datlas Tuesday. r News from Mrs. Clyde Morgan Miss Mary Edyth A1)ee Of[who has been ill at her father's guest of her sis r, Freeman ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Expert Shoe and Harness Repair Satisfaction home on Route 2 for the past seven weeks, states that her con- dition remains unimproved, Mrs. W. C. Payne returned Friday from Great Falls, Mon- tana, where she, and her mother, Mrs. L. Matthews of Trinidad, spent a month visiting relatives, Carney Kirby returned Friday from a two-weeks vacation trip to the Chicago World's Fair. BREAD Made in Henderson County LOST-Somewhere Sunday after- noon between the Harrell Hotel and Leopard's Service Station, a pair of spectacles. Finder will !please return same to the News office--H. B. LANEY, Route 1. ea O ,I Of Nacogdoches County ! platform and discuss the issues in race at the following places and Couuty: ... Thursday, August 9th. 8 p. m. .,. Friday, August 10th. 3 p. m. . Friday, August 10th. 8 p. m. Saturday, August llth. 2 p. m. August llth. 3:30 llth. 8 m. J. U. NELSON THANKS VOTERS FOR SUPPORT To The Voters of Henderson Co: Words carmot express how thankful I am for the splendid vote that I received in the"Dem- ocratic primary Saturday. A lead of 55 votes and to know that 1725 voters give me first choice is something to be proud of. I also wish to thank the voters for their many expressions of confidence and willingness to help me "m the run-off primary. I re- gret that we could not all have been elected. I will appreciate more than words can express the help of the voters in the August run-off primary. If given the Democratic nomination and elected your County Superintendent I will re- pay you for your help by making you a real good servant. My election would open the way to a bright and successful future for me. I do not have a job but hope yo~ will help me get this one so I can be of useful service to the many schools, teachers and children of this county. Again thanking one and all, I am, Your friend always, J. U. NELSON. Miss Marseilles Pettigrew re. turned to her home in Dallas Sat. urday after a few days visit here with her father, P. E. Pettigrew and other relatives. Miss Lurline Williams of Win- field is in the city this week visit- ing Miss Nadine Donnelly. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Anderson and children, Robbie Moore and John Melvin spent the week-end visiting relatives and friends in Tyler. The News has been requested to announce that the Rev. Mar- vin Johnson will conduct the preaching services at the Man- kin Church next Sunday. The public is invited. Roy I. Weir and family return- ed monday froma ten-day visit to the Chicago World's Fair, R. B Owen and John Ballow of Athens were visitors in the city Tuesday. Misses Theressa Wilbanks, Ruth Patton, Elizabeth McGregor, Lu- cile Williams and Nonnie Maude Pugh and Messrs Travis and En- zeneGiiliam, Doyle Moore, Ed- win Cuds James Miles. Mackey Seaton and Murle Taliafer~o, were guests at a party given by Miss Nadine Donnelly Monday evening, July 23. GET your Williard Tablets at WEIR'S Rexall Store. Suet. M. P. Willis and family left Sunday for a few days va. cation at Corpus Christi. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Graham, Monday a fine baby boy. Mrs. Hayden Allen attended the funeral of her uncle, Frank Keeton of Pearl, Texas Sunday. Mrs. U. V. Thompson of Hous- ton m visiting relatives in the city this week. Miss Norma Rogers of Dallas is home on a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Rogers and family. SOME real bargains in recondi- tioned Radios at WEIR S Rexall Store. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander- son and children spent Monday in Waco. Lloyd Brooks of Mabank and Miss Grace Flagg and Earnest Lindsey of Malakoffeseaped near in jury in an automobile wreck near Kerens Sunday afternoon. They were returning home from Waxahachie o n Highway 31 when another car, driven by a woman cut across the road in front of them. Their ear was considerably damaged a~ the two W. F. Young Defeats Robertson For Justice Of Peace, Precinct 8 In the first Democratic Prima- ry election Saturday, W, F. Young, candidate for re-election, defeated Jesse Robertson for the office of Justice of the Peace of Precinct No. 8 by a majority of 227 votes in the Trinidad and Malakoff boxes. The vote: W. F. Young ............. 451 Jesse Robertson ........... 224 W. H. Chapman Gets Majority In Race For Constable, Precinct 8 In the race for Constable of PrecinctNo. 8, W. H Chapman received a majority over both of his opponents in both the Mala- koff and Trinidad boxes, thereby eliminating the necessity of a run-off. The Vote: W.H. Chapman .......... 436 John Banksmn ............ 229 Q. Whitworth ............. 69 Horace Johnson Thanks Voters For Support I sincerely appreciate the ex- pression of confidence given me by the voters of Henderson coun- ty on last Saturday. I hope to be able to thank each of you per- sonally, I also appreciate the en- couragement and the many sug. gestions offered me in regard to the August run.off primary. To my opponents I would say this: I regard you as gentlemen and ladies of the highest type, and shall mis my daily assoeia. tions with you. Your friendship means much to me, and your sup. port will be greatly appreciated. Thanks again HORACE JOHNSON. Mrs. J A Fowler, Mrs. J. G. Fowler and little dauuhter, Mag- gie and Miss Idellah Phillips left Tuesday for a few days visit with Dr. J. A. Fowler a t Mineral Wells. Mrs. W. M Anderson left Sun- day for Mineral Wells where she will spend a week's vacation. Mrs. W.E. Norvell and Mrs. Fred Whitehead motored to Pitts- burg Wednesday after the for- mers daughter, Mary, who has been visiting in that city since school closed. They expect to return today. Duncan Taliaferro spent Wed. nesday fishing on the Old river run with Pete CaldwelL He re- ports no luck. I BILIOUS I Cosdlttom Ne#d# Do/b/g Acttom Treatmest St~muh~on of liver bite flow is not enouzh for complte reliefs but combined with in. ~inl stimulation that relieves temporary ~.n~i~tion, quick, oo~g resulm m car- tam. He~-bine, a combbtstion of hath, corn. hines BOTH ~on and so those dt~, h~dchV, ind~estioa, gee. rundown f~lings g* railveal whn both liwr and bowels re. mm to normsl ction. Get ,gout betel of Herbino. from, d~'uggiKs. PAYNE'S DRUG STORE _LllJ .....IL / ......__ I cha JULY mobil~ first ~xd, 189~. $1---$ix nations enter w~ end all war. 1914. ~AUGUST l--Columbus se*s U. $. cos. tinent lot fa~t time, 1498. 2--Alexander O. Bell tel*- phons inventor, din 1922. O:~ 3--~udge Lib~dls fines Stand. rd Oil 29 mtllion~ 1907. 4---Sp~ial Delivery servlce started by ~ 0,, 1859. ~-~Corntrstone ot Statue d Liberty is hid. 18~H. Dwk'u i , ii i i i i i1! i ~me @ ~: i% ~ i Father Of Malakoff Woman Dies At Home At Pickens Spur W E. Tarrant, 79, father of Mrs. W. E. Rogers of Malaksff, passed away at his home at Pick- ens Spur at 2:30 P. M. S inday. Burial took place at the Payne Cemetery, near Eustace, Monday afternoon. The deceased vas born at Mt. Selman February 16, 1855 and moved to this county in 1901. He is survived by two sons and sev- en daughters. Funeral Services For Mrs. John Hunter Held Sun. At Payne Springs Funeral services for Mrs. Hun- ter, wife of John Hunter. Justice of thePeace at Payne Springs who died early Sunday morning were held at Payne Springs at 2 o'clock Sunday aternoon, con- ducted by Rev. Easterling of Eustaceand Rev. D. R. Cart- lidge of Athens. Burial, under the direction of J. A. Ballard of Malakoff, took place in the Payne Springs Cemetery immediately following. She had been ill but a short time. it was learned. Funeral Services Held For J. P. Hamilton Funeral services f o r J. P Hamilton, 79, who passed away shortly after noon Sunday, were held from the Harrell Hotel here at6 o'clock Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. H. B. Laney. Following. the services here, the body was shipped overland to Grandview in a hearse which came from that city. He is sur. rived by one son and one daugh- ter. Mr. Hamilton, who had made his home at the Harrell Hotel. here for the past three years, was a familiar figure on the streets of "The Lignite City" He was well and favorably known here and will be greatly missed by those who frequent the places j, to which he always made his I daily visits. From Roger Davis of Nacog- doches County Candidate for Congress My. Friends of the Seventh Congressional District, accept my sincerest appreciation and deepest gratitude for your loyal support in the first primary. The votes which made me the leading candidate is just another expression of the confidence of the people which I gratefully ap- preciate. To those who did not support me, I desire to say that you were I know, just as sincere in your efforts to select aqualified candi. date, and I want you to know that I have the friendliest feel- ing toward you and will endeavor to merit your support and influ. ence in the coming primary. Your vower of FranchiSe in lthis American Government is the only intelligent a n d batriotic protection for your freedom and business. My campaign is based on the confidence in the citizen- ship of this District in electing a man who, from first-hand in- formation and experience, has asympathetic understanding of the problems of the masses ofI the people, I crave the support of all of the people of this district in the second primary, and assure you that if honored with the position I seek, no person will ever have cause to regret a vote cast in my behalf. Gratefully yours ROGER DAVIS. of Nacogdoches County, Candidate for Congress. Ends Aching Sore Muscles ]For Ioi~er luting, quicker relief, use Blllrd~s Snow Liniment which contains ctiv ingredients to give more then local action, thus bringing surge of warmed blood to ~a~t~ congmfimt end more quickly soothe sway'the pehl from chUg mu~l~, leptON, ,~slm, b~ tad (~bsg~ Bslt.m"s STORE you. It's easier for us to call regularly for your clothes, clean, press and repair them, than it is for you to be troubled thinking about them. We positively guarantee satisfaction. A Trial Will Be the Test Of Our Statement! Malakoff Dry Cleaners N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor #'=%%%%=.%=.~;;.=- ~==;;=-;;;=-=%-=%-=-;=%;%-=%Z . I i "11"-I ,0 MALAKOFF SPECIALS! Saturday and Monday 19 I-2 Ibs. 7 bars 2 boxes . Dry Salt pou d High grade, Pink Fresh Fruit and Vegetables New Sorghum Syrup On the Highway can Pork, pound pound fiallon BAKE POWDER 5-1bs K. C. I POST BRAN can Laundry 7 large bars box Whipping, pint Brookfield pound Maxwell House, 3 Ibs 3 pounds .lO