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BELT SCHEDULE NORTH BOUND No I04 ........ 2:10 A. M No. 102 ........ 2:32 P. M. SOUTII BOUND No. I01 ........ 3:14 P. M. No. 103 ........ 9:55 A. M. MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank A. BALLARD UNDERTAKER Embalming--Caskets Hearse and Ambulance Service Phone 100 Nite Phone 25 DR. E. G. DAVENPORT Veterinary Surgeon Large and small animal practiee. Res. Phone 77 Office Phone 96 Kerens, Texas P. T. KIhMAN, M. B. Medicine and Surgery Malakoff, Texa~ Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 7l Bob Johnson's ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Expert Shoe and Harness Repair Satisfaction Guaranteed DR J. H. BURTIS DENTIST X-RAY DIAGNOSIS Spencer-Carroll Building Athens. Texas DR. C. H. NASHI DENT1ST In Office Kilman Hospital Buildlng Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday EACH WEEK EAT BUTTER-KIST BREAD Made in Henderson County E. O. DODSON, Transfer and all kinds of hauling Prompt and Satisfactory Service GUARM~TEED! J. A. FOWLER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OIttca in Skiles Building MALAKOFF, TEXAS DAN GENTRY NOTARY PUBLIC Deeds and Papers Properly Drawn Office THOMPSON BUILDING I ISG BEAI"D CONFECTIONERY [ Lunches and Cold Drinks, [ Candies, Ciagrs, Cigarettes, | Tobaccos, Bread and Ice. D.B. 0WEN, M.D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in McDonald Bldg. MALAKOFF. TEXAS Cut Flower , Funeral De- stuns, Bride's Boquets. or any thing in Flowers. Call 178. Sanders Floral and Evergreen Company Athens, :.: Texas AT,AKO F NEW I f i i II I U. S. Prealdents B :rled in Thc'r L~ct~cr States Ohio anti Vir-~n;a. as the n;.the~'a of a lar;~er number or' l're.;:dents than any other states, have also withiu their borders more ~raves of l'reM- dents titan any of their sister states. Each has five. The Presidential burial place:~ are John Adams and .]ohn (2u:n;'y Adam~, Quincy, Mass.; Thomas Je?fer~,:n. Monticello, Vs. : Jame.~ Madison. Mon~. peller, Va.; Jame~ 5Iom'oe and .h~h~ Tyler, Richmond, Vs. Andrew Jackson ahd James K Polk. Nashville, Tenn; Martiv Van r.qren. Klnderhook, N. Y. : William ilenry Harrison. North Bend, O.: Z:tchary Taylor, Springfield, Ky.; Mlllard Fill- more, Buffalo, N. Y.; Franklin Pierce, Concord, N. H. James Buchanan, l.ancaster, l'a.: Abrahaln Lincoln, Sprlngfiehi, Ill.; An- drew Johnson. Gre-nvIlle. Tenn.; U. S. Grant, New York City; RutherTord B. Hayes, Fremont. O. : James A. Gar- field, Cleveland; Chester A. Arthur, Albany, N. Y. Benjamin ltarrison. Indianapolis William McKinley, ('anion. Ohh): Gro- ver Cleveland. Princeton. N. J., Theo- dore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, I.ong Is- land; William H. Taft, Arlington, Vs. Woodrow Wilson. Washington. D. C,~ Warren G, Harding, Marion. Ohio; Calvin Coolidge, Plymouth, Vt. U. S. Leads All Others in Useful Inventions Since the United, States patent of- fice was opened in 1791 American in- ventive genlus has developed more great and useful inventions than all the rest of the world combined. So fertile of new ideas Is the American brain that no less than 200 Inventions a day are patented in Washington. The following Is a iist of some of the epoch-making inventions since the foundation of the Republic. Cotton gin, Whitney, 1793; steam- boat, Fulton, 1807; telegraph, Morse, 1832: reaper and mower, McCormick, 1834; revolver, Colt. 1835: screw pro- peYler, Ericsson. 1876; vuh!anized rub- ber, Goodyear, 1~q44; sewing machine, Howe, 1846; steam cylinder press, Hoe. 1847: typewriter, Slmles and c.lidden. 1766: nh" br:~kes, Wasting- I I Major Lenox R. Lohr, General Manager of "'.4 | Century of Progress, "" Greets lO, O00,O00th Visitor ! to Firestone Factory and Exhibition Building FIere's an examnle of the World's Fair popularity whlcK brought the announcement that the Fair will continue in 1934--10,000,000 visitors to one exhibit. Ma~or Lenox R I ohr, ~eueral manager of the Fair pre- senf~ a set of Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires to Miss Pauline GolUher, of Washington, D. C., a~ tabulation expert, and formerly of Warsaw, IlL She was the 10 000 000th visitor to the Firestone Factory and l~x- hibition Buildln~ 2~l~e'Firestone activities Will be reheated again next y.ear, when "A Century of Prn~re~" re-elects due to demands of Presi- dent Roosevelt and h;s Rc~c,x( rv Prn~ram advi~or~, and many millions who were unable to v:z;: the FaD ~h}~ ve~:r a~t want a:t opportunity 1871: r:lilv,'ay bh)ck siTnn}~, l',J,!.:-'q 1872: lmrb,,d wire mach:qe,. Glid.;':!, 1875 : t,qeiAmne, l;elt. 1~-7;: t:~:i~i~g machine, Edison. 1878: ,,k~c!rie :we' Jalap, P~rll~i!, iS7{); incand(':--':qd hl,:ip, , Edison. IS~0: trolley (.:tr, V:m [)~, 7; 3 ]-~ (5~ ; ; C~81| ] ;:: ~O ~]:'*,~ :'"'7,t- ,P, ~ r~ k4~ : " 11. l'.t ~ (.rs(,n, 1885: linotype w::~ ',:i:~'. Mm,,wnth:der, 1885; indue- tb,!t m.~.r '!'esla. ]~7; pnrtable roll fi!m (.amrra. E:~slman. ]888: adding ~:~f'l~m', ['~rrollgl~S, 1888; airplane, V(ri;:! ?,. t{:{ :L [] uaran your ea nl does seem an impersonal thing when it turns on at a wall cock.., just concentrated heat ha a pipe ... so easy and so silent one might think it came up under itS own power, out of one' own barb. yar& But there are hundreds of people working to supply the very heat that will warm your house this evenln , Many reported on their jobs before Imamp. Some ate on guard all night. ate at the wells, at compressor sin- dons, and walking the pipe line% guarding your gas service every step of the way. to keep it dependable. So your heat is not an impersonal thing. It is an hour-by-hour service, watched over constantly. Through this care and attention it stays so in- expensive that 1~ cents' worth a day is the year around average household requirement for heating, cooking, Idgeratin and hot water supply. Slnce approximately one-half of all gas r qulted in the home for the entire year is used during the three winter months of December, Jan- uary and February, you can see why men have to get up before day dur- ing this season. Scores of these men alns II The Lone Star system uses 25 compressor stations,for boost- ing tons of natural gas to the firesides o more than a million people. Photograph of Compressor Pipes by Margaret Beatrice.Whirs lrora ORTUNE LONE STAIr Community~NaturalC~ Ca l I vce Experience and careful train- ing make it possible for us to give you the utmost in service and quality at prices that are moderate. We offer a Complete Service BALLARD, Telephones 25 and 100 Malakoff, Texas III ir ROUND STEAK, pound .................... 12 1/2c T.BONE STEAK, pound ..................... I2 1/2c SHORT CUTS, pound ........................... 10c RIB ROAST, pound ................................ 8c CHUCK ROAST, pound ............................ 8c PORK CHOPS, pound ........................... 15c PORK ROAST, pound .......................... 15c PORK SAUSAGE, pound ..................... 12 1-2c 1 Cured 1eats at Right Prices! 1 See us for nice FRYERS and DRESSED HENS-also for Hens not dressed. Our price are RIGHT! JESSE ROBERTSON, Prop. MALAKOFF. TEXAS l We carry the following Legal Blanks and Typeing Supplies for the convenience of our patrons. --Chattel and Crop Mortgages --Vendor's Lien Notes --Warranty Deeds --Transfer of Vendor's Lien --Chattel Mortgages --Release of Vendor's Lien -Promissory Notes --Royalty Contracts --Bill of Sale --Typewriter Ribbons --Carbon Paper NAT SH t is pressed into every garment if we handle it. It's the only way. You should keep your clothes well pressed. You would feel better. Malakoff Dry Cleaners 2) N. C. VANDAGRIFF, [ roprietor tt t~ s t' 9