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: .... : : : : : / ( i Delicio and Superior / / is handled in Halak0ff exclusively by It's that higher percentage of "butter-fat" that sets Dairyland apart from the others. It costs more but the difference is more than offset in the superior quality. Just for a trial, call at Weir's and specify.. "DAIRYLAND" "It's the Quality that Counts" ,Ji]' :"" ' , ,i , , , ,H ]l i , , ,N!,l :ark Brothers trees bear fruit. Record bearing strains. Old oak process (whole root grafting) insures strong, yigorous, early hearing, long life trees. You cannot go wrong if you plant Stark's trees. Place your order for Fall delivery with 1. W. NOLEN, Malakoff ~ ......... ~ ii i i i.i i i H i i ii,N,i THE GREATER Athens, Texas ~L ] I I ] -- TO-DAY Captain Awning Striped Chiffon t arton, ttelen Westley, Helen Mack and Gene Lockhart I I I[ Saturday, June 15-. A. W. Hackel Presents Bob Steel in Night 10:45 Show And Sunday Matinee With Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell Come at 9:30 each Saturday night and see two shows for 25c I I I I Ill Monday and Tuesday June 17-18th. STARS! GIRLS! SONGS! SPECTACL]!,S. of 1935 Each Monday and Tuesday an outstanding picture Wednesday, June 19- Carl Laemmle presents Edmund Lowe in A Universal Picture Each Wednesday is 10c day. I Rev, George C. Hardy was called to Dora, Texas Monday afternoon on account of the sud- den death his father. As he had not returned at press time the particulars were not learned. Miss Vera Welborn left Sun- day for Ft. Worth and Dallas where she will spend her vaca- tion. Crazy Water Crystals are dif- ferent from other Mineral Wells Crystals get them fresh at SON PAYNE'S. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Horn and children of Palestine and Miss ZillaJackson oF this city left Tuesday for Boulder, Colorado where they will spend the sum- mer months. Mr: and Mrs. R. W. Bone)/ and children spent Sunday here . with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Flagg. They were on their way to Overton where they will make their future home. HOTTEST Days are ahead-- we have the coolest electric Fans at lowest prices -WEIR'S PHAR- MACY. Mrs. J. H. Roberts and little soil of Corsicana are in the city this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Flagg. Mrs. J. D. Evans and little daughter, Joan spent the week- end with her parents in Gilmer, '! Baptist Church News [By J. L. Brantley, Pahtor] . 5-pound bag C I II I C 1-pound C I Olive 0il Pint can C 6 rolls for C Weir's Pharmacy Malakoff, Texas i Miss Veleta Beall left Tuesday STOP TIIAT ITCitlNG night for Tyler where she will If you are bothered by the itching of Ath join a party who are planning a 'letes Foot, Eczema, Itch or Ringworm-- trip to New York. Hot weather has at last arriv- ed, seemingly to stay with us for some time, but our fine at- tendance at all our church ser- vices keeps good. It was sure- ly a joy to see 185 out at the Sun- day scnool last Sunday. May we go over the 200 mark next Sunday. Due to it being Fath- er's Day generally observed, and inasmuch as we will recoguise it as such, we can easily have 200 and more. Fathers in Malakoff and the community, may weI urge that you attend church somewhere on that good day. To be sure, )ou will be cordially welcomed if you should come to ours, even as you will be by any other church in the community The public is invited to be at a program tonigh't at 8 o'clock by seventy cl ildren with their bc',pers, who have been attend- ing the Daily Vacation Bible School for two weeks We wish to thant every person who has way made any kind of contribution toward the success of this school. The cooperation of so many could not have been better. Thank you, again and again ! Remember to read the News Sunday school lesson. We are glad to hear that many are read- ing it week by week. Thanks to Editor Scholl for giving it to us. We wish to extend our deep- estsympany to Bro, Gee. C. Hardy the pastor of the Me|he dist church, he having lost his father suddenly Monday morn- ing in Sweetwater, Texas. EVERYBODY i s welcome to Have a Real Cold drink at our Fountain, Drinks are better here, t r y them.-- PAYNE'S DRUG STORE. Littly Wanda Westbrook of Kerens came to Malakoff this week and will spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs. T. P, Dod- son. Mr. Pritchet is reported to be quite ill this week. Representative Jap Lucas of Austin was in the city Sunday. Mrs. Earl Gentry and children spent las! week with her sister, Awning striped chiffon In raspberry Mrs. L. C. Hanks and family in red, cedar green, and white is casually knotted to form a draped shoulder line a V to the waistline in back. The huge taffeta sash m,~tches the red s~lpes. Dog Killed Monday Showed Positive Evi. Darco. Mrs. Joe Barnett and little son. Joe Jr., left Wednesday for a few days visit with friends in Dallas, Mrs. Ben Ackerman of Ft. dence Of Rabies Worth spent Saturday night here with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Jackson and family. According to a telegram re- ceived here Thursday morning from the Pasteur Institute at Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Johnson Austin, the dog that was killed and daughter returned to their here Monday afternoon showed home in Meadow Sunday after a positive evidence of rabies. The few weeks visit here with her dog was known to have bitten a mother, Mrs. Y. E. Crawley. number of people and it is ex- pected that they will leave for Austin immediately to take the treatment, Miss Edna Willis of Tehuacans was the uest of her brother. M. P. Willis and family here last Thursday. POTPOURRI IS LIFE PAYNE'S DRUG STORE will sell you a jar of Black llawk Ointment on a guar- antee to kill the itch. Price 50c and $1. To Have Cemetery Working June 26th The News has been requested to announce that there will be a public workinu of the Malakoff Cemetery on Wednesday. June 26th, and everybody is asked to come and help with the work. Those who will heed this request are asked to bring tools and a basket lunch for a picnic dinner. Mrs. J. H. Noble and daughter Tommie Jean of Corsicana spent Wednesday here with her sister, Mrs. W, W. Jackson and family. Mrs. Wyman Crawley return- ed to her home in Honston Sun- day after a weeks visit here with her Vnother.in-law, Mrs. Y. E. Crawley. I Mrs. W. C. Payne was a Dal- las visitor Thursday. She was accompanied home by her aunt. Mrs. Inez Bartholomew of Tulsa Okla. who will spend a few weeks here with her. I YOU Have tried the Rest--now try the Best. NOX-IT for all skin and foot diseases. Money- back guarantee. 6.21 PAYNE'S DRUG STORE come and hear Evangelist Cook preach the old time gospel in the old time way at the Courthouse in Ialakoff beginninu Saturday night, June 22nd. The meetin will continue for two weeks. Come and get healing for your body and salvation for your soul. adv. Son Payne needs and appreciates your drug business, patronize us.--PAYNES DRUG STORE. Miss Francis Atcheson of Ath- ens was the guest of Miss Doris Ruth Dodson here Tuesday and Wednesday. | Mr. and Mrs. Olen Mote and children of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Morrison and children of Arp were guests in the Bob Johnson home here Sunday. GET Your new RCA Radio Tubes at WEIR'S PHARMACY at the new low prices. Mr. and Mrs W. F, Young were visitors in the Cayuga Oil Field Sunday. CROSS CHILDREN MAY HAVE WORMS Watch ~or upset little stomachs, b~d breath, fnffulam, less of weight, ttching~ around nmm end arms. Thoy mar hsve pln or rouna worms, ~hi~s Cream Vermifuge has safely and for yesr~, reliably expert e