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i~ i iiiiI~'~ ii ~ i:i ~i i:i iii i~ i ?!i~fi~il/i!i = ~;~, MALAKOFF AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First ~ational Bank P 4 Pd Pl "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" P. T. KIt, MAN, M. Medicine and Surgery Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 71 nl 24 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1935 NI i At the very beginning of Winter days. Our All-Star values offer opportunities for you to fill all of your needs at these unusually low prices. 36-in Brown Domestic . 27-in Chambry . . i 66x76 plaid blankets in rose, blue gold, or green. Single 27-Inch Fancy or solid color Outing-- Child's and Misses' RAIN COATS Jersey--Tams to match. All sizes to 14 ........... CHILD'S SWEATERS Button styles and Slip- overs. Priced ............. I m HI-TOP SHOES Children's hi-top shoes. All sizes to 2 .............. Ladies' Coats 5.95 to 16.75 Silk Dresses up from $1.95 Ladies' Felts 98c and $'1.98 A wide selection Union Suits Good quality, bleached Men's Child's All sizes 6 to 16 Member Federated and Red and White Stores Member Federated and Red and White Stores 1 25c size both 1 ] 0c sizefor Start the day with a bang Camay Toilet A fresh shipment Jus Received A breakfast that has been good for years 3 bars for P'& G Laundry 6 bars 0valtine L Keep those Kiddies feeling fine ins heavy syrup, 6 to 8 big halves Long Asparagus style. No. 2 cans Mrs. Tucker's It's better Fine for oysters 33c cans for Tablets N.R. 25c size 30c size bottle Full quart Fresh Calif. Large cans -. heavy syrup l.pound assorted Sugar Stick Workman Loses Fin- ger As Pipeline Joints Are Brought Together Jimmie M. Green, 26, pipeline worker, was the victim of an un- fortunate accident last Thursday which cost him the major portion of the index finger on his right hand. He was working with a crew in the ditch connecting the pipe when his finger was caught between two of the huge joints of 2O.inch pipe as they were being slipped together. The member was severed between the first and second joints. He was brought to the Kilman Hospital here for treatment. Green's home is in Hutcheson. Kansas. Malakoff Tigers Lose First Game To Van The Malakoff High School Tig- ers drew the small end of a 14 to 0 score in the first football game of the season Friday night when they met the strong aggregation of the Van, Texas high school. The game was played at night on the Van field before a very large cro/vd of enthusiastic fans, The locals played a far better game than the score would indi- cate, as both the Van counters, coming in the first and fourth quarters of the game, came as di- rect results of bad breaks at cru- cial moments. Too, the Tigers were considerably handicapped shortly after the start of the game when Captain Joe Ady, main spring of the backfield and the Tiger's only punter, had to be taken from the game with an in- jured foot. "Spec" Rogers an- other backfield star and veteran of last year's squad, was hamper- ed with an injured shoulder which he received recently in the rounds of training. Patriotic Program At Bazette Draws Capacity Crowd The Texas Bluebonnet Band of Corsicana, under the direction of Wm E. Lee, presented a pleasing musical program to an overflow audience of fully 3000 people at the Holiness Tabernacle at Baz- ette Sanday night All the other churches discontinued their ser- vices and attended the services at the Tabernacle. Mr. Sandlin, father of two of the young musi- cians, furnished a microphone and loud speaker for the occasion which made it possible for the large number of people who were unable to get imside the Taber- nacle ts enjoy the program. In keeping with "Constitution Week" Mrs. Dr. Williams deliv- ered a patriotic message which was well received and brought many compliments at the close of the service. An urgent invi. tation was extended to return and assist in a revival that will be in progr s at the Tabernacle all this week. Malakoff Boy Honored In Univ, Class Election Ernest Lindsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindsey of this city, was signally honored at Trinity University at Waxahachie the past week, when he was named vice-president of his class, Ern- est is a senior at the university and was an honor- graduate from Malakoff high school in 1932 Robert Miller was named president of the organization. Four Are Injured When Auto Plunges Into High___way Ditch Four young people, three from Fairfield and one from Corsi- cano, were injured early Monday night when the automobile, in which they were riding, plunged into a deep ditch along the high- way East of this city. The injured ere: Charles Cates, 18, severe cut on the lower lip and the loss of two front teeth; Miss Mildred Robertson, 19, broken right leg and several bruises about the body; Miss Mona Lee Robertson, 15, long laceration on the neck and inter. nal injuries; Williard Tucker,20. several painful cuts about the face and scalp. The latter is a resident of Corsicana, while the others reside at Fairfield. The accident, in which the four were injured, occured when the driver lost control of his car as he was meeting a truck. They were traveling in a 1935 model Terraplane and were enroute to Athens when the accident occur- ed, All were brought back to the Kilman Hospital here for treat- ment The car was almost com- pletely demolished. To Have Carnival At Cross Roads For Benefit Of Churches The ladies of the Methodist and Baptist Churches in the Cross Roads Community are sponsoring a Church Carnival to be held at the high school gym- nasium at Cross Roads on the night of October 4th. Funds from the evening's en- tertainment will be secured through the admission to the booths, in which various attrac. sions may be seen on display. There will be no admission to the main building. The outstand- ing attraction of the evening will be a Chinese Auction, in which a very beautiful Crocheted bed spread will be sold to the last bidder. The Athens Municipal Band will furnish music for the occasion. The ladies, who are sponsoring this entertainment, extend a very cordial invitation to the people of Malakoff to visit their community on this occasion. The entire proceeds will be divided between the two churches. Work To Start At Once On Trinidad Absorption Plant Work on the new adsorption plant, which is to be constructed by the Lone Star Gas Company in the city of Trinidad, will get under way at once, according to information that has been receiv- ed here. When the construction work reaches its full stride, it is learned that approximately 200 men will be employed on the job. The plantwill receive its raw materials from the new pipeline which is being laid through Trin- idad from the Cayuga and Long Lake oil fields to Fort Worth. The new line carries a 20-in pipe will be approximately 110 in length. The new Trini- dad plant will have a capacity of 20,000 gallons per day. It is figured that from three to four months will be required in the building of the new plant. Um meMs. Malakoff Hi. Tigers To Play Edgewood School Here Today The first appearance of the 1935 edition of the Malakoff high school Tigers on the home field will be made this afternoon when they meet the strong eleven from the Edgewood high school. The visitors are heralded to be in possession of a very strong team and as the locals, too, boast of a real fighting crew, the en- counter today is likely to prove very interesting. As today's game will be the first on the local gridiron this season and with the admission :educed to the very low figure of 25c, it is expected that a very large crowd will be on hand for the affair. Ready for Edfiewood After losing a hard game to Van on the Vandals home field, the Malakoff Tigers are back at work ironing out flaws in their football machine. Captain Joe Ady, stellar Tiger quarterback, who was injured in the opening minutes of the Van game, will be ready for action a- long with "Spec" Rogers and James Harvill, who also have been injured. The starting line-up for the Tig- ers in today's game will probably be as follows: Laney and Wilson, Ends: Whitehead and Buckner, Tackles; Harvill and Captain Patton, Guards; McGregor, Cen- ter; Captain Ady, quaoterback; Bradley and Rogers, Halfbacks; Mitchell, Fullback. ii I i i nil i i nnl u i n On the Highway "I ~I i Fred's Cash Grocery Opens Here Saturday The new grocery store which has just been equipped in the Riddlesperger building by Fred Whitehead and Monroe Stevens, was completed late Friday night and opened its doors to the public Saturday morning. Part of the old shelving that was used by a former occupant of the building, has been re-ar- ranged to suit the needs of the new firm. The interior of the building has been re-painted in colors of green and ivory, which presents a very attractive appear- ance, The new store will be operated by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitehead. Mr, Stevens of Cross Roads re- tains a financial interest in the establishment, but will not be directly associated with the bus. iness. Portion Of First Ocean Cable Owned By Univ. Student Austin, Texas, Sept. 26-The first transatlantic cable lost its usefulness in less than a month, due to excessive potentials, it is pointed out by University of Tex- as scientists. A piece of that cable is now on display in the physics building at the Univer- sity. This piece came from the American shore end of the cable laid between Duxbury, Mass., and France in 1856, and is the property of Charles Lindsey Clark of Austin, a University student and the son of Dr. D. L. Clark, professor of English. The first message sent over the cable August 17, and was as fol- lows, "Europe and America are united by telegraph, Glory to God in the highest; on earth, peace and good.will toward rll in J ECONOMY A Complete Line of Good Merchandise I P / J Pig Skin Dress The very best you can buy! 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