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s4 ,4 "Fhe Voice of The Lignite City" i, i ,,.,=..nn~ II I II I I II III Irl~ ,,,.,., , ii ii H ii I I I- " ,,111 I II i i, M I IIIIIIII Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 71 J I I VOLUME 23 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934 Member Federated and Red and White Stores Another Hostage Of Economy Real Values In Fall Needs! i i ii ii I i i At Prices that prove our ability to save you money! 70x80 double, highly colored 66x80, 5 percent wool, only III I I mTl~--- Ill Corduroy Pants New Fall novelty Suiting, Men's navy blue and tans, A 25c material-- Extra quality, regular- ii1,11 I , I i i i II I I I ~ I 22 1/2 oz. Toasted Pineapple Juice- Sour Pickles Uncle Charlie Wal- drom Phsses Away After Long Illness m A shadow which effected the entire citizenship was cast over "The Lignite City" early Friday morning when the news went abroad that C. E. (Uncle Charlie) Waldrom had passed to his eter- nal reward at 12:30 A. M. Uncle Charlie was one of the old pio- neers of this section and was known and loved by everybody. His death followed an illness which had extended over the past nine months. Funeral services were held from the First Methodist Church here at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon conducted by the Rev, Jester White, with the assistance of Rev, H. B. Lanev and Rev. J. L. Brantley. Interment. in charge of J. A. Ballard took place in the family plot in the Malakoff Cem- Rose Queen Here is Miss Louise Boren, Que ,f the East Texas Rose Festi,, ield at Tyler. Queen Lou!se r( )n a silver throne in a par:. hlalakoff Tigers Trounces hlildred By Score Of 13.0 The Malakoff Hiuh School Ti- gers last Friday afternoon in the , first conference game of the sea. son, ran rough.shod over the SUGAR Eagles from the Mildred High . ,' School and emerged from the four.quartered skirmish with the long end of a 13 to 0 score. This occasion marked the third in as many years that the Tigers have i held sway over the Mildredites from Navarre county. In the beginning, as the two - squads entered upon the field for S Y R U P the warming up'exercises, the l 'prospects did not look any too ..... good for the Tigers as it was readily noticed that the Eagles were far superior in so far as size and weight were concerned. "Where Malakoff Trades" RED BEANS II Ill II I I0 pounds 18 pounds 2 pound can BAKING POWDER CHILI NUMBER 8 II II . 47c 10-lbs. • people viewed the remains, vived by her mother, Mrs.Lina The man, according to t h e Abbott, and one sister. "Sun Spun" or "Hericle Whip" news dispatches, was slain by his Fancy stripes, All colors, For men. Blue ChamP, own hand following a gun I attle well pepped up over the pros- 90 x 10S-ins-- good grade and full , i • 8Ounces... 10( with Henderson County peace oi- pects and express themselves .. 69© Pint .... 19c ricers last Tuesday about three being confident of a producing Special Special Quart .... 26c miles north of Athenson theCan, well. ......... , " ton road. The information that Illll t • I I Hamburger or Chili Neat lb. cleared up the mystery of his TO PENNY Mr, and Mrs. N. C. Vandagriff LADLES' RAYON HOSE"" identity was received from Wash- and children and Mr. and Mrs. First Grade 1So pair , ington, D C. were his finger- W.E. Roberts and daughter Vanilla Wafers Pound package prints were checked in the Bu- visited relatives in Dallas Sunday. reau of Identification. The man, or Chocolate Pudding .06 according to the information, Mrs. Wm. Riddlesperger had a rather varied criminal re- Mrs. Caldwell of Cross Roads 36-in. Unbleached, the yd-- One lot Boy's Overalls, cord He is survived by his wife .... t u • " .......... Oct 31 oNov 3 4D 's werevmtorsmtheclyT esday. No. 2 cans anaone cnim wno resme at win- " " "'" ......... Sp 3 cans ters. WAir' Phavrnaov an. Ruel Smith and Mrs. Earl ..:.ecial MY ..... , .... . v.a ... "" Pierce of Trinidad were visitors """ The Rexall Store i ln.the city Wednesday. which rivaled major flower f':s etery. His remains were laid to pals of America according to d the first quarter, when theTigers Our ready-to-wear business has enjoyed a remarkable growth rest besidethose of" Mrs. Wal- inguished i,ori ts Who att ,c began immediately their demon. PORK & BEANs 6cans --There's a reason! drom, who passed away in 1925. acgciclai l f a c h stration 0f the ability of a well NEW SMART COATS, priced Flattering NEW SILKS, The deceased was a native of soi and climate : trained eleven. Their plays were %90 t 16s75 1.95 to 6e95 Alabama, belng born m the town ..... as clock-work and carried out SOAPCHIPS " 5 p0uuds .... of Isney in the year of 1848. He 0.erations' Xa' with precision and dispatChmoretO R I FT lar 9c came to the Lone Star State early ' _ the extent of completely baffling [ Mengs Felts in life, shortly after the Civil " their much. heavier and SNOWD ge size 7 Outing I War and settled in this county at "n . ,. . , powerful opponents. Dark or light 2V-inch I Genuine fur felt, wide or what is now known as the Payne aesumeo ufl VOOO The initial quarter ended with ;r0M xro ES 3 large cans 28C Outing-- ] narrow brim, 63/ Springs community. Later he • -!, ,,, ,, thescore; Malakoff6, Mildred 0. S 1-2c [ Sl.98 moved to Malakoff where he has 1 0.1 lea! Well The6oointmarker came when DATES I-pound package .... l-c P since made his home. -------, Lowell Rogers made a beautiful EAp 'c ' I'C He is survivedby two sons and The oil prospects for ' The Lig. run around left end for a touch- eters Shoes daughter, namely: Lawrence nite City'; were revived again down, after the Tigers, on a PIN PLE 6 a ns ' Waldrom of Weatherford; W. E. Monday afternoon when drilling series of passes and running Where you save for the entire family. Ladies' 11' Waidrom, Safford, Ariz. and operations on the Dodd No.1 piays had placed the bali on the PEANUT BuTT quart 27c or men's Dress Oxfords, Peters quality ......... Mrs. W. L. Sherrell of Malakoff. were resumed after a shut.down Mildred 12-yard line. Malakoff The death of Uncle Charlieof several weeks. Duringthe failed in the attempted kick for SPU i)S ....... 10 pounds ....... |SC Quilt Saturday and Honday S;'ecial! ' marks the passing of another shut down the company sponsor-[the extra point. Malakoff's see- staunch citizen whom Malakoffling the well, it is understood, haslond touch-down came in the Cotton hil ' r C dsJe sey Rain Coats iPe°plelearnedt°l°veandrespectlunderg°neare-organization, Mr. lthirdquarterwhenLan¢y, Tiger S'O"UP 6 cans ......... ....29c 3-pound roll-- With Beret many years ago. He was of ster- Crosby of the independent firm [ left end, successfully hid out and ling character and four-square in of Crosby & Culp, has withorawn Istepped across the Mildred goal to match . . all dealings with his fellow man. his interests and in his place, it line to receive a beautiful pass ........ He was one of those sturdy pio- was mentioned that two Dallas from Floyd Johns. Vernon Pat- .... neers who cradled The Lignite men, whose names were n o tkicked goal for the extra City in its infancy and through learned, were taken in under tl e and running the score up .... all of his long span of years, he reorganization, to 13 to 0. The fourth quarter, labored for the best i erests of The well was started on its see- as did the second, went scoreless. Pure Cane 10 pounds his community up until his a4- end lap Monday afternoon and Winning this encounter makes in paper bag ranted age prohibited him from those in charge insist that this three in a row for the Tigers and carrying on. Uncle Charlie filled time it will be carried through to kept the slate clean. In the three ECO NO a place in Malakoff all his own, the end as rapidly as possible, gam played thusfar this season Van No. 2 1-2 cans 5 one that can never be taken by With this new beginning only the Tigers' goal line has neverA Complete Line of Good Merchandise Camps 3 for arty other and, although he ts two drill crews will be employed, been crossed. ,,, ,,,,,, , ,, ,,, ,,,,, , i , r. ' gone to his final reward, mem. working, twelve hour shifts each, ,,, No. 2 cans cries of him and his good works whereas before three crews work- • 3 for * will linger long in the hearts of ed in eight hour shifts. , Funeral Servges For ........ all who knew him. Monday night the information Eustace Girl Held ------------- gained was to the effect that the 11 It's New! ... .. . .. well had reached a depth of little Saturday Afternoon oay or eaa lan more than 3100 feet and was Ath'--- four-feet in the Austin Chalk J.A. Ballard of the Ballard 0n New Herchandise YouAre Needing Now 16-ounce ,-- ....c.s IU¢II|I formation. The test, it was also Funeral Home here motored to ' 0n¥ict stated, had encountered almost Loaf fled As E C " ." _ Eustace Saturday afternoon to --.--- [continued gas since passing the handle the funeral arrangements : i te Th bed" of the dead man that 12100.foot level. Whether or not -d 7emaine" in the mor-ne at[this information is correct is a for Miss Lena Abbott, who died Cotton Suede Jackets- , 1. 12-oz. cans, s for hA hen; fou7 dayswas nally [matter of speculation. The work- October 12th at Palestine, while I . l .Oitl| Ladies Rayon Bloomers-- on a visit with re.ires in that P 230 .... men, however, that are employ Special 69o s ecial Pure Strawberry, quart Identified Friday night as John [ ....... city. The funeral services were i .-,.rv---.,,,,. re.My • eaat thelocation seem pretty , W. Stokes of Winters, Texas, an[ ..... conducted in Eustace by Rev. D. ' . = , ex-convict who had been freeI ....... R. Carelidge of Athens. LADLES' SILK DRESSES Full quart from the State penetentmry atI Miss Abbott was born August Huntsville only ten days. During] 28, 1908 and died October 12, Special $1.49 each stated that approximately 4.0001 month and 14 days. She is sur- 29C but the decision changed in favor of the locals in the early stage of M,I L K 10 cans SALM_ O N, Cooking, 2 cans 4 cans New Ribbon Cane 59c 10-1bs. 79c