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@ Pd "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" 22 MALAKOFFo HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933 NUMBER 7 Member Federated Home Owned Stores GUARANTEE Satisfaction on every article we sell you, the prices weoffer always bear comparison. Compare our in the face of the huge advances that have been added to SILK DRESSES Again we score! 25 Brand New snappy Fall styles in Ladies' Silk Dresses in Navys, Blacks and Browns___ Men's Pants dark blue Covert Pants .m.__ Boy's Caps Adjustable, extra quality Caps 29c II BLANKETS Wool"--Hi-Color 66 x 80 plaid Blankets .79 price $2.19, now ...................... n Grey Cotton Blankets, the pair .......... 89c Speep Lined Coats leatherette Sheep-Lined heavy wombs collar and faced-- to 10 2, 69 To 18 2.89 Dress Shirt Men's Dress Shirts 59c to 1.29 Boy's Dress Shirts 43c to 69c Outing Gowns Ladies' fancy Gowns Chambray Solid color--smooth finish 7c Vlen's all.wool Slip-over Sweaters only .............. 98c II~IIII~III~IBIInUlII~* and Mrs. Claude Bankston R. L. Vandauriff and son, Jr. and Miss Marseilles Pet- of Dallas spent Sunday with relatives. GOOD Gravel and Sand for ce- ment, brick work or driveways. See J. L. WHARTON for deliv- ered prices from Trinidad pit,-- Phone 139. Ketene, Texas. 11-3 ECONOMY A Complete Line of Good Merchandise Buy A New Pair of' We have the Newest Creations in Footwear for Men, Women and Children SUEDE JACKETS " For Men First grade heavy Jackets $5.50 I HOUSE SHOES New Shipment All sizes-- COATS Fur-Trimmed and Tailored Come in and select your coat, lay it away and PAY as you LIKE Athens Contractor is Injured Here in Fall From Scaffold Walter Dean, Athens contract- or, was painfully injured here shortly after noon Monday when a portion of the scaffold, on which he was working, gave way, causing him to topple over backwards and fall to the ground about 12 feet below. He struck the ground flat of his back. Immediately following the ac- cident the Ballard ambulance was called and the injured man was carried to the Kilman Hos- pital for treatment. Close ex- amination revealed a bad sprain to the back and left hip, but the back was not broken, as was at first feared. The accident secured at the new brick bungalow which Mr. )ean and his brother, Charlie are building for V. H, Frizzeli, Dr. Fowler Moves To New Office Quarters Dr. J. A. Fowler. who for the past several years has maintain- ed office quarters in the building with Weir's Pharmacy, moved his furniture and equipment this week to his newly completed of. rices in the R, E. Skiles building. new Fowler offices consist of four spacious rooms which have been fitted out with practi- cally all new furniture and equip- medt. There is a comfortably fitted reception room, an opera- ting room, an office and a hospit- al room containing two beds. Miss Bessie Canafax will be in charge of the new office, Malakoff To Play Athens B Team Here Monday Afternoon Local football fans will have the opportunity Monday after- noon to witness another grid bat- tle between ancient rivals when the Tigers meet the B team of the Athens Hornets. The game will be played on Tiger field and will start at 3:30 o'clock. The game has he.en arranged to supply a vacancy in the Tiger schedule occasioned by Hubbards decision not to have a team this season. In order to secure the game with the Hornets it was necessary to net the date for Monday on account of the Athens game today at Lufkin. As Monday is an off-day for high school football the game ]ere will be the only one in this section, and it is expected that a large number of out of town peo- ple will come here for the game. It is expected that quite a large number will accompany the team from Athens. Trinidad is also ex- pected to be well represented as the Tigers are scheduled to play in that city later in the season. Miss Christine Lindsey is Crowned Football Queen Miss Christine Lindsey. popu- lar Senior in Malakoff High School, was crowned Queen of t h e Malakoff Tigers, Friday afternoon. September 80, at the initial home football game, It was altogether fitting that Christine, a student who is pop- ular in all school activities, who is an honor student, and who l was presented with a letter for school loyalty last year, should be chosen by the Malakoff High School popular Malakoff Loses To State Home in One. Sided Gridiron Tilt At the hands of the Orphans from the State Home at Corsica- na the Malakoff high school Ti- gers, last Friday afternoon, took their second defe t of the season when they emerged from the rid encounter with the short end of a 38 to 0 score. The aggregation brought here by the State Home on this occa- sion will doubtless prove to be the toughest team the locals will be called upon to meet through- out the entire season. The Home, for the past several years, has not only possessed one of the very strongest elevens in the class B conference, but they also have a very good record of vic- tories wonamong the Class A schools in this section. In the game Friday, the Ti- gers were rated the under dogs and it was believed that the vis- itors fiom Corsicana would be able to roll up an exceedingly large score, but the locals put up the real fight, of which they are well capable, an d held their strong opposition to only 6 touch- downs and two extra points m the full four quarters of the game. In the initial frame of the con- test the Orphans scored two touchdowns and coUected one ex- tra point. Their second marker came on a bad break for the locals, when a Malakoff punt was blocked on their 15-yd. line. The visitors added another mark- er in the second quarter which ended the half at 19 to 0 In the third quarter the Tigers allowed their opponents only one touch- "WHERE MALAKOFF TRADES" 6 pound bucket 45 pound can Lard ............................. 3.09 3 large cans 3 large pint 2 packages IO-Ibs. 3 tall cans IO, Ibs. 8 cans 8 boxes 3-1bs. Admiration down, while in the final frame they gave up two more together , , with one extra point. When the 4inal whistle blew the score stood; State Home, 38; Malakoff 0. Sues Insurance C0. For Failure To Pay Recent Sick Claim Carney Kirby of this city has filed smt in Henderson County Court against the Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association, for their failure to pay his claim for a recent illness which result- ed in an operation at the Baylor Hospital in Dallas. Mr. Kirby is asking for the to- tal sum of $562.12, which in- eludes his claim of $323 33, the 12 percent statutory penalty of $38.79, and an additional $200.00 as attorney's fees. The petition states that the policy has been in lorce since January 6th of this year. Two Undergo Oper. ations Here Sunday Two' successful operations for the removal of tonsils were per- formed by Dr. P. T. Kilman at the Kilman Hospital here Sunday morning. The patients were lit- tle Junior Howell, 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Howell. of Kerens, and D. A, (Dutch) Moore of this city. The operations were performed early Sunday morning and by late in the afternoon both pa- tients were able to be returned to their homes. Mrs. H. E. Dun: can, nurse from Dallas, assisted with the operations. vote to receive this honor. Christine is t he attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. n 2 IOc boxes D i i .if i CrystM White S-lb. box l large can. Jar i 21 Ibs. 3 cans D lID C0rll 3 large cans i , i lull i .u "JUST .HOME FOLKS"