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THE MALAKOFF NEWS TEXAS Night and Monday-- JEAN HARLOW In y and Thursday Special Matinee Wednesday at 3:15 All School Children and 10c First time shown in this territory Baptist Church News [By J. L. Brantley, Pastor] Does the Church Pay A Dividend? That's the first question we al- ways ask of any venture. "Does it pay?" "How much am I go- ing to get out of it?" That's nat- aral. If we are going to invest tn anything, we want a return-- But you can't get a dividend un- til you become a part of the con- cern that earns it. You must be a part of it to participate. How would you expect to receive a dividend from a railroad if you held no stock in the company? The church pays dividends in this little life-dividends too diversified to enumerate: Joy, peace, con- tentment. You who are stock holders know all about these divi- dends. If you wanted to, you couldn't tell all the story in a life time what the church has meant to you and the blessings you have received from it. But the church also pays a dividend in the big life to come. True, it's a deferred dividend; but it's sure. We have the promlse of the eter- nal God. "To him that is faith- ful unto death will I giveacrown l erhaps Texas Ceniennial Will Look Like This" The pictures above are photographs of drawings by George Dahl, Dallas architect, and depict one man's idea of how the Texas Centennial Exposition will look in 1936. Though not official, these MALAKOFF SPECIALS! Saturday and Monday Lone Star Coffee, 2 1/2 lb. can ...... 75c i pound can . . . | . 30c 1 pound package .... 22c Canova brand 16-oz. glass jar Phillip's Any flavor, can No. 2 Cans J 3 cans for Libby's 4 cans 25-oz. 2cans Mules For Sale of life". That is better than any drawings were presented to the Texas Centennial C3mmission along with the $7,000,000.00 bid of Dallas ' ' -! .... gilt-edged security, for it has on .~or the Centennial, this city gaining the major celebration.: .Many other expositions, will be held .... - :. it the seal of the eternal Father, ,,,,.,,,..,.n,, interest. ,.exas , ews noto .) FOR Cut Flowers, FuneralDe-[1 DR. C. ". NASH: .......... CARD OF THANKs ....And after all, what else counts?. - - '" ..... ' . ....... This little life, what of it? JustI Mr. and Mrs, Cecil ShoemakeI Mrs. R. D. Melton, Miss Addle[ Misses Vera Ingram and Mau- signs, Bride s Boquets, or any [ I DENTIST thing in Flowers. Call 178. I I In Office Kilman Hospital Building a day, then gone forever. Tis , and children were Dallas visitors, Melton, of this city and Mrs. S. Idle Harrell a n d Mrs. Carrie Sanders Floral and Evergreen [i[ " EACH WEEK We use this method of express- not an atom of itself. But the Sunday. Mrs. Shoemake a n d iF' Brooks an d little daughter]Thompson were business visitors Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday inn our appreciation and sincere big lifewhich goes on forever, children remained over for stand Mrs. Russell Brooks ofTrmi-[inAthens Monday. Company ltl thanks to our friendsancl neigh- abounding, expounding; eternalJlonger visit, tdad attended the Rose Festival/ Athens, :-:Texas il. _ bors for their very great assist, you can have it if you want it, l [atTyler Friday. I John Miles was a business [j. A. POWLER, D. ante to us during the last days of t the AUSTIN CollegeExtension{ visitor in Athens Tnesday. our beloved father. We know ................................... I 1 / PHYSICIAN and SURGEON can hel you et it Chas R Classes meet in the Athens High James Allen Chapman of Mt --- not what we could possibly have P g '- " " . done without you. We pray that Bowers School building every Monday Sylvan visited his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Volley Robertson Ill Skiles Building __ ]afternoon immediately a f t e rland Mrs. Guy Chapman hereSat- land son of Cors ana spent Sun- ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP I[] MALAKOFF, TEXAS God will bless each and every ., ,,, I school dismisses. Courses are be-furday. [day here with his parents, Mr. one who hetped in any way. /O nave t, emetery ling given in English, Education,I -+ 'an4 Mrs. JesseRobertson. Expert 11 Mrs. W. L. Sherrill Wnrkin(r a lHistory, Spanish, Etc. The cost! Mrs Robert H. Pickel Jr. and i Shoe and Harness Repair Iti Lawrence Waldrom ......... gClOl0,., z: lis Only $15.00 per semester course, I Miss i'herma Hartlett were Dal- RADIO OWNERS--I will be at Satisfaction Guaranteed Ill E, O. DODSON, Transfer WILL Waldrom l all text books included, adv. l las visitors Monday, t Payne's Druiz Store each Thurs- ' and all kinds of hauhng The News has been requested[ I i day and Friday and am equipped "'l d" " Rottd tibe Atlvertaat.mentm. to announce that Wednesday, I Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Crawley I Mr and Mrs W B payne'tO repair all makes of Radios If , [ Prompt an Satisfactory Service [ GUARANTEED~ , , " .............................. October 2.1th is the date that has[of Houston spent Saturday nightlwere'business visitors in Dallas your machine needs any kind of Knowledge Through The Eye! Ill " been set by the Cemetery Asso- land Sunday here with Isis mother, l Tu da,, [repair work, call me on the above Physical eye readiness is It" ciatinfr the wrking f thelMrs'Y'E'Crawley" / "" IOays._CLYDEJOHNSON, Ma" ~mt~ehmoreimportantthanlJ. Malakoff Cemetery. Arrange-I - ---. I ........... ibank Texas anything else. [[[ ID /'~W[2]~T " "" mr ann IVlr ivlelvln layjor mentsare being made for a pic-] Mr. andMrs. Jesse Robertsonl "'o" " overthe arrival ofI .... DR. JOE B. WILLIAMS [Jl v.o. u EL , V. are rej Icing In Malakoff Every Monday J ] PHYSICIAN and SURGEON nic dinner and those that can andland Mr. and Mrs. Volley Robert-{ aau hter at their horre[ Miss Lillie Patterson left last THE eI I wlllheipin this work, are re-lson visited Mr. andMrs, i Thursday for her home in Daw- AtMamHotel 111 Office in McDonald Bldg. es e o i ki to i vrluay illg[ll, DO lilt)tile gl U School vhlldren's ellen examined free and It I qu t d t br ng wor ng o slRvbertson at Cayuga Sunday. [ any ...... are uomg nlceJy, Pson having resigned her nosition affordtolmr. [ [ MALAKOFF, TEXAS ' - and a ba, ket lunch. The entire J ' __ I here with the S & P Variety New Ritz Policy day will be given over to work / Mrs H. C Shafer left last[ ....... c .... en Store ' ' ' ..... ingand beautifying Malakoff's ]week for her home in Houston,[an t l'r?an " lMn:r a;l: dm :er " , Roy Parnell, manager of little city of the dead, which is[after aseveral weeks visit here[ _ . " -_. y "-- Senator Julian P. Greet o f the Ritz Theatre, spent so badly in need of work at this [with her son, G.H. Shafer and [st :nf or a r;?: nht A:,nl n;, Elkart has been invited to ad Monday in Dallas booking 1 g - Ume. family, non Peters and famii dress a mass meeting in Houston only the latest pictures to ,., ' ' __ ..--- Y'--- of citizens" " who are interested" in he run here while they're still new. The Ritz will IMPORTANT NOTICE! | J.N. Shirey, and Miss Mildred E M Tanner and Jesse Role- thedefeat of the Senate Resolu- be open every day except Sunday. The admission will be 10c and 25c on ev. ery day except Wednes- day when it will be only 10c to everybody. I I To.Night and Saturday BUCK JONES in Ill Monday and Tuesdfty-- JANET GAYNOR in With Lew Ayres is presented auspices of the Workers" class ., Methodist Sunday Dr. E. W. Frankenstein popu- lar optical specialist, with offices located i n Stirman's Jewelry store, Athens, will continue his optical offer made last month as advertised, giving his $10.00 glas. sea for $5.00; this for five days, beginning Tuesday October 30th, continuing until Saturday Novem. ber 3rd, inclusive. Many from Malakoff and surrounding territo- ry were disappointed last month on account of rush of business. Would advise those interested to in the early part of the As usual, Dr. Eranken. stein makes no charge for exami- nation, and one thing for sure, if you don't need glasses he will truthfully tell you so; this has been his reputation for twenty- five years in Hendesson county. During this offer we will save you up to 50 per cent on your pp. tical work. Children's eyes giv- special attention. LOST-Last Wednesday a me- dium sized Cameo Broach. Find- er tll please return same to MRS. NETTIE BOYETT, Main zoff, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Scott of Corsicans visited relatives in the city Sunday. Mrs, Minnie C. Phillips was Stephensville Sunday to the funeral of her brother, Shirey left Tuesday for Longview where they will visit his daugh- ter, Mrs. Grady Peurifoy and family. Mrs. H. L. Flagg attended the Rose Festival in Tyler Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miles and little daughter of Waco spent several days here this week with her mother. Mrs. Kate Chap]inc. I I I I I[ I ertson were hunting and fishing in Anderson county the first of the week, Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Hardy were business visitors in Mabank Wec nesday. Mrs. LeRoy Kirby, Mrs. J. A. Ballard and A. L. Kirby attend- ed the Rose Festival at Tyler Friday. I I ed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., October 31, November 1-2-3rd A_ I Jl J ht-- 10c to All good show. tion No. 13, which limits the amount of State taxes that can be collected to the amount $11 25 per capita per annum. Senator Greer contends that this tax limi- tation amendment merely shifts t taxes from the Sulphur compa- nies and other big corporations to the bael s of the local tax pa -. l ers and small property owners who are unable to pay any in. creased burden at this time. On the Highway Cash Specials For Saturday 2 pounds 2 boxes Mrs. Addle Brantley and Miss Evelyn and ,Raymond Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Payne, "J. Payne, Jr;Mr and Mrs. L. R. Payne and daughters, Mary Nell and Nancy Ann: Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Toland and chiiBren, Drex- el and Mabel Ruth and Mrs. Agnes McCabe and daughter, Annie all of Dallas and Mrs. Edna Newman and daughter, Miss Nell of Kaufman, spent Sunday in Malakoff the guests of Rev. J. L. Brantley. Miss Maxie Garland, age 16, daughter of Supt, Garland of the Mildred High School, received a head injury in an automobile ac- !cident Friday afternoon while in route home from the Malakoff football game. Details of the ac- cident were not learned here. She was resting well in a Corsi- cans Hospital at last report. 3 boxes for i i Pork Roast pound Cream bag Ribbon Cane SYRUP Pork Sausage gallon 7 bars pound Stew Neat Canova 2 1.2 Ibs. pound O pound .13 .07 1-2 Mrs. Una Hunter, Mrs. John Powers and S. L. Pritchet left Thursday morning for Summers, N. M. where they go for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. W. F. Knighten. Mother's Oats Pure Cane with China 20 pounds -