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/ i i ' MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL]INSURANCE ~" $ Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank .,~/,,%~,%%-~ ,~,-d'as/ssNs~,i/SNNS/sh~ ,4 "The Voice of The Lignite City" I P. T. KILMAN, M. D. Medicine and Surgery Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas ', telephones 81, 78 and 71 i IIfl II 'll I 'l I~ VOLUME 23 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1934 I NUMBER 17 Member Federated and Red and White Stores Remember, as the Last Minuteapproaehes, if you are still undecided, you can always depend on KIRBY'S Physician Injures Self Saving Child On Operating Table Gloves For The Lady You can easily handle the gift situation for the lady with a pair of nice Kid Gloves. At our store you can get them for only ..... HOSIEIY No woman ever had too many pairs of Hose. Buy them here at-- ll'l Last-Minute shoppers are sure to please with dainty Lingerie 25c and 49c Men's Pajamas As a Last-Minute gift purchase for the man, you can never miss with a comfort- able pair of Pajamas. Priced from-- ROBES A Lounging Robe for the man is always a choice gift, See ours at only-- JACKETS There wilJ be no mistake if you select a Jacket for him. Priced from $3.98 to- Toys of Every Description Victim Of kliae Accident Dies At - Kilman Hospital James Walker, 67 colored' em- ployee of the Malakoff Fuel Com- pany died at the Kilman Hospital here at 7:45 Wednesday morning fr o m injuries received while working at the No. 3 mine on December llth. His death was rather unexpected as he had been Austin, Texas, Dec. 20"A he- ro's medal, a Carnegie Institute award, has been bestowed on Dr. Miley B. Wesson, former Uni- versity of Texas student, who re. ceived the bachelor of science degree from that institution in 1902. Dr. Wesson is now a phy- convalescing nicely up untilTues- sicianin San Francisco and is day night when he made a sud-|presldent of both the American den change for the worse. ]Urological Society and of t h e The fatal accident, which was I Western Urological Society. The to claim the negro's life occured sward came as the result of Dr. about 10 o'clock in the morning as he was standing inside of a coal car picking coal high above his head. Without warning a large amount of coal and dirt fell from the roof of the mine, strik- ing him on the back and forcing him against the side of the car. The force of the impact broke the left shoulder blade and in fal- Wesson's actions in a hospital ac- cident. While he was preparing to operate on a child, an X.Ray worker took hold of the wrong electric wire and received a shock of 30,000 volts. She was knock. ed unconscious, and the wire threatened to strike the metal table on which the child lay. Dr. Wesson grabbed the wire and ling his face struck the side oflPulled it loose from its connec- the car, cutting a deep gash ltionbutwas knocked into an in- across his chin. [strument case, the blow break- He was rushed immediately toling his collar bone and one his the hospital for treatment and the spinal vertebra. After recover- ing consciousness, he finished the operation before being treated for his own injuries. Malakofl Couple Celebrates Golded Wed. Anniversary medical examination revealed that the injured man, had re- ceived, aside from the broken shoulder blade and thu face in- "ury, a serious injury of the lungs caused profuse lung hem orrhages and other internal in- "uries. His attending physicians at- :ributed his death as due mainly In our toy department, you'll find all manner of gifts the internal injuries of the for the girl and the boy. Bring your lungs and neck. shopping list to KIRBY'S and you find it unneces- The Methodist Bulletin sary to look elsewhere. [By Gee. C. Hardy, Past ] or i ...... I I I The Union Christmas program -- for nex Sunday night has taken definite shape under the capable direction of Mr, Melvin Taylor and Mrs. M, P. Willis. Let us talk it and make it a point to be there and bring our neighbors Member Federated and Red and White Stores with us. Nothing helps a com. IIlll 1 l/II munity more than for all denomi- nations to unite in this way. The Let's forget we ever had any troubles and have an offering Sunday night will be , Old Tyme Merry Clu'lstmu equally divided between Buck- ner's Orphans Home and The Methodist Home at Waco except N'T 10-pound for checks and envelopes which 111,S IbTdt'= ? paper bag eID arespeeifically directed tooneor the other. Our orphanage com- I[,elnons Cahf0rnia, dozen XO( thismitteeweek.m doing some fine work Our young people are going to Young People's Meeting. Our church is to be complimented on ,I ello . . .06 ]Cocoa . . . 1 ,~ fine groupof young people in it. They are planning on visit. ]ql. rackers 1,' ing a number of "shut ins" t 2.1b, ipl [ Christmas Eve with a great mes sage of Christmas Carols. A box number of baskets will be given away Chrmimas day by this en- [Ince Neat Regular size i terprisinggroup. We have almost secured our quota of Southwestern Advocates it is hoped that others will turn .. 0he-Pound Box of Chocolate Covered.. their subscriptions by Sunday i(I "R XmasIt that we may clse this matter" I L rrl box * i, Every Methodist family would be better Christians and better church members if they were reg- | d r _.eady to serve! | ular readers of our church paper. 1 l-lb. and I-oz. u The sermon Sunday morning will been "Putting Christ Into -I I '" ' Christmas". We will begin a Asst. colors series of Sunday evening sermons , ea. l Marshlna lows the last Sunday in the year on "The Religions of the World". ! We will speak on Zorastrianism, Make dress- Buddhism, Hinduism, Moham- ing better medanism, and most of the lead- PINT ing religions of the world and end Mr. and Mrs. A. M Roberts of Malakoff, Rodte I, last Friday, December 14th celebrated their with a summary of the present Creamy Ibs. day denmmatins" centers for Merry Christmas to every of you. Golden Wedding Anniversary. In celebration of the event a family reunion was held at the Roberts home and thirty five members of the family enjoyed the occasion. Those attending were: B. L. Roberts, Wright City; Mrs. J. R Jackson and family of Tyler;E. E. Roberts and family; W. E. Roberts and family and Mrs. Oscar Henderson and family, all of Malakoff. Malakoff Young Couple Wed At Athens Saturday Miss Blanche Cranberry, daugh. ter of Mrs 8. A. Owen and Floyd Mclntyre, son of Mr. and Mrs. E G. Mclntyre. both of Malakoff, were united in marriage in the presence of a few friends at the home of Rev. and Mrs. D. R. cartlidge at Athens on Saturday evening. Rev. Cartlidge officiat- ed Theyoung couple will reside in Malakoff. - - .a=.1,~ ~ Pioneer Citizen Of Eustace Passes Away On Thursday T. J. Ramsey, 82, pioneer citi- zen of Eustace passed away at his home in that community on last Thursday evening following a critical illness of several days. Funeral services were held at the Moorehead cemetery in Eus- taceat 4:00 p m. Friday after- noon, conducted by the two Eus- tace pastors; Rev. Willie Willi- ford of the Baptist Church and Rev C. A. West of the Metho- dist church. Funeral arrange- ments were in the hands of the Bailard Funeral Home of Main- koff. The deceased is survived b.v his wife and the following chil- dren; Mrs. J. E. Wise, Eustace; P H. Ramsey. Plainview; Mrs J. C, Ernest, ])alias; J. E Ram- sey, Frisco; and Mrs R L. Noble, Eustace. Mrs. Hugh Pickel and daugh- ter, Miss Bill of Palestine, spevt one Sunday here with her son, R. [Piekel, Jr. and wife. New Owner Takes Charge Of Ritz Theatre Here The Ritz Theatre. which has chan ed management here say. eral times during recent weeks changed ownership again last rhursday when the controlling interests were purchased by J. W. Holsey of Dallas. Mr. and rs. Holsey came here immedi. ately after the deal had been closed and will reside here to give their new enterprise their person al direction. Immediately after purchasing the equipment, Mr. Holsey set about to remodel the interior of building, to enhance its gen- eral appearance and to add to the comfort of his patrons. Atten- tion will also be given to the im- provement of the sound effects Roy Parnell, wisp formerly op- erated the show here for a for- mer owner, will remain as ma- chine operator under the new management. While the Ritz for some time h a s been off ring',,, t o theatre goers here some of the best and newest motion picture produc- tions, the new management will strive evento improve upon these attractions. Mr. Holsey is expe- rienced in the management and operation of motion picture houses and his coming here promises the local piciure fans as good, if not "Where Malakoff Trades" 10.1bs. pure cane LETTUCE firm heads ~c Bulk, 2 Ibs. CELERY large size 8 2 pounds BANANNAS 2 dozen 25c i i i i iii i illl iii i i i ii 2 pounds Pillsbury's Flour A New Car! Priced Right! B R E A D 16-oz loaf, 2 for Tall can ORANGES each much better, show than they 3 for have ever had. crusneo, The new management announc- es that contracts have already been made with film concerns for Tomato, 6 cans early showing here of a large number of the very latest pie. tures. _ SPUDS 10 pounds Baptist Church News [By J. L. Brantley, Pastor] lC J __ 15c :i -- _ - ,-- ,;- - . - - _ Our Sunday school attendance last Sunda7 by classes, including teachers, was as follows: Beginners 8, Primary Boys 6, Primary Girls 6, Junior Boys 8, ECONOMY STORE Junior Girls 13, Intermediate Boys 7, Intermediate Girls 11; AComplete Line of Good Merchandise Young People 15, T. E. L. 17, Adultl5, Young Men's Class 17 S.ART, BE I HRIFT, BUY: Total 123. The B. T. U. attendance was I 56. Both morning and evening cal Gifts tended.preaching services were well at-Practi " We are especially happy over t the fact that our Young Men's Class is growing and the interest .... is fine. Any young men who are . ] For Him. not already in Sunday school, are ]E. ,ressesSuit - -- -----:.! cordially invicedto come and be T with us. The gift ideal for mother, [ A Shirt, Shoes There will be no B.T.U. nor wife or sister. We have the [ or Pajamas preaching services at out church newest creations in I " Sunday night. We will cooperate mid-season styles-- [ ------- with the Methodist church in the n . | Our stock is complete- Christmas program to be had at [0 a [ l with the newest. the H gh School A ditorium that $ evening at 7:00 o'clock. "'We- e sembled for your ec io- Mrs. F. E. Hardy., Mrs. Jno. hay as insp t n, Robertson, Mms yble Reese, Miss Edith Brown and J. L. a complete line of Brantley attended the Baptist 1 Gifts. Conference on Sacred Music at ' lPractics regret th t M s. L A. Dol- as'He I U derwear lar, one of our members, has been Ladi se ..... ill for some days with pneumonia, n We trust and pray that she may The best you can buy- I _ . very woman be recovered soon. Humming Bird and Rollins ] . As we approach the happy ca [ ,, ] appreciates a lovebT* time when we celebrate the birth I C .[ under garment,*: of Jesus, who came into the ,vorld to save all from sin who ............... trust Him, the pastor wishes for each and all our church organiza- $ tions and the entire Malakoff community, a JOYOUS Christ- Have A mas and a HAPPY and PROS- PEROUS New Year.