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,I "The Voice of The Lignite City", m mmmmm~.~m m ~ m 18 Months Old BabyI Little Jack Johnson I Aidzng The Merchants i is Bitten BY Catl Remains At His Pst Advances The lwn I t "" Little Roger Wayne Evans,181 Little Jack Johnson, son of Mr. You should buy from home V _ __ mnths ld sn f Mr" and Mrs' I and Mrs" Frank Jhnsn f FIyd" twn merchants because it pays anet Wayne Evans is suffering from a lads remains aloft and still con- you, aswe have convinced you m - _ ..... badley swolen hand which re- Itends that he is going to stick to the foregoing articles of the se- tli c i oShse45 sultedfrom beirut bitten by a[hispost until school starts in ries. Itmeans money your t stray cat Monday afternoon. I September and thereby win the pocket, gauge, fu|i The little fellow was at the lfitle of champion endurance sit- And it means money out of fashioned homeof his grand mother, Mrs. Iter, your pocket if you don't. If you silkfrom /[ the yard with the cat when the[papers Jack is having tile time the city stores or if you order toetotop, accidentocc red. Within a verylof his life. The poople of Floyd- you goods shipped in by mail, [ the Shady (ire Golf Course Smart [[ short time at ter the cat had bitlada have been very much inter- you have only to figure up what French heels [ x` [ ` ``| - himthehandbegant swe and estedinJack sc ntestandhavethesegoodshavec sty and RIDAY NIGHT ii and snug i | the family l hysician was called, t beensupplyinghimwithallkinds compare the total with what the AUG 15 fitting I I The cat disappeared and was not[of good things to eat, magazines, same bill of goods would have a ankles I I [ found until: Tuesday morningletc. A telephone has been in- cost at home. There will be a Chicken Barbacue at our grounds-- 6s[ when it was killed and the head , stalled in his perch and now one Forinstanee, the railroad fare sent to the Pasteur Institute at l of his neighbors has furnished or auto trip, your hotel bill, the drive out at 7:30 and get a plate of deliciou. Chicken $1 Austin for examination. ' [ him with a portable phonograph time you waste, the goods you and enjoy yourselL Then pJay a rotmd of Golf, !| will enjoy that too. li per pair. ' ' .... . [* In the event-that Jack is still buy that you don't need the high- l|i ; , Scouts of America. laloft at 12 o'clock today he will er prices you pay on account of . TWENTY.FIVI CENTS PER PLATE Full-Fashioned Service Weight and Chiffon Hose.--- The local scout troup was or- I have passed his 598th hour. Even the stupendous overhead at the fine gauge, French heel, mercerized toe and Or4 ganized justs few weeks ago and I though he decides to come down city store--all these things must Commencing this week and continuing until further sole ..... Service and beau.y combined, Pair is rapidly gaining strength The land lose the contest this number be paid out of your pocket in ad- notice the Shady Grove Golf Course will be ()pen to !1 members'a(e very enthusiastic[of hours will make;it rather bard dition to the value of the goods the public only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday[i Full-Fashioned Hose for women. Reinforced and the examinations sho dill- for a winner to exceed themselves, plus a reasonable nights. We will remain open every afternoon from Ill heel and toe. Has appearance of much finer hose, gent study in scout work on theI .... profit. 4 o'clock until 7:30, but will be open at nights only as !|1 part of the boys. The new homelJoel Baker Correci Every dollar that goes over above stated. Ill Women's Rayon Hose Of good quality Rayon. withasmalt expenditure in re-, . ....... " the eountei" of the local merchantsit eomes back to GR0VI" GOLF 00URS = Made strong to last long" Very Special at ..... pair work will prove ideal for aI A raise Statemenl pays tribute to the entire corn- , meeting place and the vacantI munity, you IA~Y space at the rear will furnish] a ho. mo,, o in fullest measure. The merchant "gg"T IIi activities. I To the DemocratioVoters of town at heart. If from nothmg IHendersn County, Tex s more than a selfish standpoint, Member Federated Home Owned Stores Migcpnan o-g _qhnwpr ] It has just come to my "atten- he is the best booster the home .............. " ........ I tion that it is whispered about town has, because the greater W ER M D. D. B. 0WEN, .... . . [thiscountybysomewhoareop-thewell.beingofitscitizens, the J. A. F(} L . . - --: - ICouncil of Regional Chambers of virs. tt. gi es, miss Cnris-I - - ..... better the pay they receive for PHYSICIAN and SURtiEON PHYSICIAN and SUT GEON tin .......... t poses m my emccmn as csuer a. KNOW TEXAS ]Commerce, planninga camva, gn ties aria miss nzaoetnl . _. _': ...... e- theirlabor, the more comfortable Gentry entertained at the *for-l d .y2d:g s h:eDZo 2 their homes are and the better O, tc:, with Weir's Drug Store Office with Ulagg |,rug Co, t to advertise Texas to the world. ALAKOFF, TEXAS. M Af~AI ?Ol b' exas produced 62 ce*nt of l , ra ./g .h .,hst rid?y afternoon lie nom inee f'or President in 1028 the streets are kept. the more ef- mmceuaneous snower non- . " * nt to sa th that ficient the schools, the better the e United States production of l " " "!" " ori s " rep y wa y au bon black in 1929-228,183,-I t ano 5tano/o 5erve ng Mr. Hobart Rlddlesperger, I o.ote . t ;s 'ntrue and that I fire and police protection, the 0po, ndsof I AS Boy Scout Home arecenthride, l . - ffcr tched the Democratic more attractive does the com- A color scheme of pink and [ icket in life and I dent want unity prove for others seeking The largest singte oil refineryI ..... ..... green was used. being carried ] let sucha statement go an- homes, and therefore the greater thur,the world iSTexas.iocated(Authqrity;!past several yearsat Port[ The nana s ano wnicn zOrhas been neio. o tti th; s; :lb;i tseLankd, da?;lchallenged until l ann.t h.the eve of the iScu t;;oeT.thethe number of its possible tnufacturers' Record) Icatedonthe Joe A. McDonald in pinkandgreen was presidedlch nce'towa-nswerthe-s me-re a home-town mer- " ] lot on Miteham Street was mop. over by Miss Novella Orrick. .,- " chant and you assure Malakoff of The guests were restored m[ a permanent booster. He does Attra Ctlvc ilVriccs'tll[t Texas holds on to fifth place in[ed Thursday evening to the Bap- x ttespec.._z y, Ti ITtllltitlllt[lll mlatic among the states in [ ist Church lot to be used here- the spacious living room, but[ _ not plan to stay here for a certain later invited to th " _ esworn u) anu suosermeaoe- 1930 census. ' Third statelafter as headquarters for the , .... e parmr wnerelfore me, this" the llth day of length of time, and then move 1940" is the slogan of theiMalakoff Troup No 1 of the Boy a very |ncerest|ng program was _ u t - t930 to some other place; ne is nere to given as follows: I se )s' a" Dickerson stay, for it is his home, and the Reading_.. Miss Novella Orrick[ ....... , Henderson courthome of his children , . l omry JL-'UDII{3 ' Pane Solo.Miss Annette Enmsl.. To maintain this leadership our Tap Dance .... Miss Joe Taylor[ ty' texas, home.town merchants must be Reading__.MissMarthaCarson[ - ........ supported They set the pace Song .... Miss Eloise Forresterl*ues*s .w";e n?na :m o e e ilt t" and rally the forces of good eiti- ngn zu par y g The gifts were numerous, lovely I... " zenship Go over a list of your and useful and tastefully dis- I no?e. _ merchants and convince yourself pla:Ped on tables around the room'[ Don t forget Chicken Barbecue that this is so. The dry goods At the conclusion of the party, I Friday Night.Meet your friends and grocery stores, your men in . .'-- when the names of those who at Shady Grove Friday Night. your general stores, in yourhard- registered, had been countedlHotChicken Barbacue-One half ware and implement dealers, * , there were found to be sixty four; I Chicken Twenty Five cents, your druggist, your harness shop, fallt |ed in , . ....... and shoe store men. your tin- Bla gUd g..a4 smiths, your garage - men, your L~-- ~ "*"= ............elevator men, and your produce L , dealers, your lumber m rchants Your shoes are always a rorgc[ w non xou and dealers, in building supplies, conspicuous part ( fyour I-, ,.,_ ' , the men running your dairies attire . - and you e it to xour noppmg and creameries, mills and facto- yoursel!to wear those of ries, as well as other employers quality _ | TONIGHT like every Thursday and Tuesday night is FREE NIGHT for the Ladies at Lake Bartlett. Just bring along' the old bathing suit and go swimming on the house. If you haven't a bathing suit we'll rent you one for a Dime. Two Turkmh Towels for a Nickle. Spend the evening in the cool waters of the lake-- you'll enjoy it and besides your friends will be there. Swimming Prices: 15cand 25c AND Two reasons why.we sell foi" less-- We haul our own merchandise and our overhead expenses are cheap. Thus it profits you. Convince Y, urself By A Visit Here. Branch of Athens Dry Goods Company "Where the Whole Family Swims" MALAKOFF, - . - - TEXAS of labor, and other in the various afflicted lines. Their leadership deserves the support of every good citizen in town. In fact. every man. wo- man and child in the community has a moral responsibility in the These men work for the end of the town. and everybody who has the welfare of the com- munity at heart is in duty bound to work with them and he p them in the things they are try- ing to accomplish. Texas will have twenty and twenty-one members of House of Representatives when the 1930 census is accept- ed by Congress. Five Texas cities are. listed among the ninety.three "largest " DIAMOND BRANDS" Popu rly Priced at "The One-Price Store"