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"RE MALAKOFF NEWS La i .. ziness, Minor Ailments, Nervohsness, Aches, Are ii Nature's Warning! Heed Them! !ake Nash's Tonic... Get 0n [until',they drag you down... Top and Stay ThereI [Nash s is a special remedy for 'T ...... - .... I these ailments.., it's a great i?u me place mat arowsv. [ k .ila . .. ,....;.. ,.... will heln is no fun. But i![ ;oure;ist%" n'v S%ring and sumw- "":= '"'"=' u" tit '-"=A lmerdiseaseS?sueworst,)artofi s Ttl T! Don't delay, it 1-.p, v ,' I may mean months of sickness. AUL. xou may il ....... For the sake of your faro V, -" uar oring aeaaly Malaria don't -st sickt rxas in your system ! Bilious- I .. s ....: ...... acts, Consti arian, and Malaria van'| Let A L01O gilt lilt0 menaP:e to the South![ Pneumonia] al~ , . . . h s Tonic is a rehable reins- I This is a bad time to neglect a ?forall three ailments. It's[cold! The weather is change- t]deespecially to kill Malaria Iable... One day hot and one ti nns, flush out the lower intes- day cool! With a body naturally ss, and clean out the system. I run down because of winter con " 0Usands praise its curative lditionsitcan t throw of[ germs and gentle, but thoroughJproperly! Build yourself up ative effects! I with Nash's C. & L. Tonic. Have Give Yourself a Spring [plenty of resistance[ And when Ci .:.._ lyour energy is high you have the . ea,i,,,g .it. :. [ courage to do things! Don't keep If You are feeling down-at-the[the door of success closed be- neath, hate to get up in the [ cause you haven't the energyto orning, mope around all day,:open itI d at night, go to bed and can't l ,." ........ , li ........ IgOn t ray une renny IT nasa s , e mere nervous ann ililea[ ,- 9 .... I, , ith foolish fears, and then wakeI uoesn ! Ilelp OUl Pthe next morning as tired as[ Here's Mr. Nash's Guarantee: hen you went to bed, there'sIHe knows that people with these ething wrong with youl [ ailments will be helped by this On're sick and don't know it![fine tonic. He says go to your I ere may be Malaria germs in jdrug store and get a fifty cent system thathave been lodg-[ bottle of Nash's Tonic, Take there during the winter, caus-/for one week and if not thorough- u.c ( nstipatin and Bihousness.[" ly satisfied your money will be you stayed inside too|cheerfully refunded. k ch, ate dry foods and didn't] Forsalein Malakoff by WEIR'S terCise properly! Don't wait|PHARMACY. THE GREATER Baptist Church News |By J. L. Brantley, Pastor] __" .... _ = L All who were privileged to at- tend the Sunday School and Athens Texas preaching service at our church last Sunday could not but be thankful for such large atten- TO-DAY dance. An all-time record in Sunday School attendance, with 248 present, was established for April 18-- [hturday Night 10:45 Show Sunday Matinee With Ann Harding: and Herbert Marshall II Monday and Tuesday April 20 21-- y, April 22-- Brought back by request our church. The pastor would express sincere appreciation to each and all who contributed in any way !toward making the Easter ser- vices what they were. We ap- preciate the good program our Sunday School Superintendent is giving us, by the help of all upon whom he calls. The B T. U. will begin meet- ing at 7:00 each Sunday evening instead of 6:80, and the preach- ing hour will be 8:00 to Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week the writ- er was in Mineral Wells attend- ing the Texas State Baptist Sun- day School Convention. Next Sunday morning we wish to recognize all of those who had any part in the erection of our present church building. We urge all who were members of the church then to be present and any others not members of our church, who may have given in any way toward building the present house of worship, to for that service 9:45 to ' I I i i [Ill Lines Written Lines Written Check the ones on which you would I I Check the ones on which you would . like information I like information ...on., Life ........................ | I Automobile ................. Accident .................... | I Workmen's Compensation_ __ Health ...................... | | Employers' Liability ........ Annuity .................... | I Public Liability ............. Old Age Income ............. | I Group Life ................. Educational Endowment ..... | I Group Accident And Sick- Personal Effects Floater ..... | . ness ....................... Personal Furs ............... I [ Salary Allotment Life ....... Trip Transit ................. I aa I Pensions .................... Personal Jewelry and Furs_ _. l i l Business Life ................ Fine Arts ................... | l Business Accident ........... Personal Hold.Up ........... l [ Boiler ................... : __ And Robbery .............. I I Office And Store Robbery .... Sports And Personal Acti- | [ Messenger And Paymaster vities ...................... l Robbery ................... Automobile ] I Mercantile Safe Burglary .... | Mercantile Open Stock Bur- Public Liability ............. | | glary ....................... Property Damage ........... ! I Safe Deposit Box Burglary Fire ........................ I FIRST STATE BANK BUILDING , And Robbery .............. Theft ....................... | | Bank Burglary And Rob- Windstorm .................. | alak ,if, T xas n ........................ Plate Glass ................. | i Plate Glass .................. Collision .................... [ . Fire ...................... I Windstorm ................... Private Residence I Having purchased the Mrs. Martin Eastwold Insurance s Use And Occupancy ......... | outage ..................... F re ......................... ! Agency and establishing an office in Malakoff, we will I Rent And Rental Value...... Windstorm .................. I 1 Leasehold ................... Earthquake ................... I appreciate serving your insurance needs. The agency 1 Profits And Commissions .... Burglary, Theft And Lar- | cency ...................... | will be willing at all times to analize your insurance l Riot And Civil Commotion_ __ Plate Glas~ ................. | and advise with you. l Explosion ................... Heating Boiler .............. | | Earthquake ................. Workmen's Compensation. __ I | Inland Marine .............. Employers' Liability ........ I The Agency can give you proper coverage with 01d 1 Parcel Post ................. Public Liability ............. I l Transportation .............. Property Damage ........... I Line Stock Companys on any of the lines listed herein, l Trip Transit ................ Rental Value ................ I / Aircraft .................... Explosion ................... [ 1 Contract Bond .............. Aircraft Property Damage_ _. | | License And Permit Bond .... Water Damage And Re- | 1 Court Bonds ................. pairs ...................... [ | Fidelity Bonds .............. ,. /,,Public Official Bnd ......... Vehicle Damage ............ [ _- _ _ = _ - his The Methodist Bulletin [By Thomas M. Price, Pastor] _ - -_ __ ~ --_ _ _- It is our hope that all in our Sunday School have books for the study of the lesson. In the event you do not, you will always find the lesson in the Malakoff News or Baptist Standard. You will do well to read these lessons although you have a quarterly. Some definite announcement wi]l be made next Sunday witla reference to the mass meeting planned for the discussion and planning for a building to ade- quately care for our greatly en- larged Sunday School. May we continue to pray that God will lead in this matter, so very, very important. The past week was a great week everywhere for the Church. Every Church welcomed large crowds. Many people began their lives as members of the Church. We were glad to re- ceive four fine young people: William Edward Robertson, Mar- Jean Robertson, Ruth Clara and Arthur M. Thomp- son. It was my privilege to preach , lu ... at theFirst Methodist Church in regular weekly meetings are Athens Sunday evening at the now given over to the new Study Vesper Service, and we were Book under the capable leader. happy to welcome some of the ship of Mrs. Leroy Brannon. All Athens people out to our Easter of those attending these Cross service on Sunday night, ings are enjoying them. I wish to express a rain my appreciation of the business men that are co-operatin in closingHorse Survives Broken on Sunday. [ believe that we Neck to Race Once More ought to co.operate with them London.---Henri's Choice. a five-year- in preference to those who re- old race horse whose neck was broken fuse to close. In the Liverpool handicap hurdles last spring, Is going to race again even if Its neck and nose are slightly awry. Mrs. Price goes as a delegate this week to the Woman's Mis- sionary Annual Conferenc$ in Jacksonville. A good bit of Tbis is a day of convenience. We must have telephone, lights, and everything at the touch of the button. This demand for convenience is not confined to the home, of- rice or automobile. It is not sufficient that your bank have every facility for your need% These facilities must be easily accessable. No red tape nor inconvenience. We have tried to create during the development of this institution a banking service as convenient and free from diffiiculty as is consistent wfth sound business judge- ment. Malakoff, Texas ~mm Salvation Army Merit ~tL~P4~.~ The Salvation Army has a npedai recognition for Its members f~l" distin- guished service. Its order of merit Is called Order of the Founder. It was insUtuted In 1917, with a view of ma~klng dlstingutshed or memorable servk, e ~vb as would, [t spirit or aelderu mt, r ,om,. meet- With sleek, black neck in splints and bandages for two months, llenri's Choice Is getting skittish for the track again. After the fall the animal was taken to a veterinary Iiospital, where an X-ray examination revealed that his neck was broken about six Inches be- low the ears. The animal's recovery was hailed by racing men as a "veterinary miracle," the work of MaX, C. W. Townsend. vet- erinary surgeon. "He shows no sign of stlffne~s and can get his head down to the ground to feed," Townsend said. "He also can buck his Jockey of[ when he feels like it." Ben Warner of Newbury, owner of Henri's Choice, said he hoped to run the hurdler when the 1936 season opens. The Gobl Desert The Gobi desert Is also known hi C'hlnese aa Sha-mo (sand desert) and Has-ha| (dry sea). Thief Steals the Clock From Criminal Court Austin, Texas.--One thief should watch his step. He stole the electric clock from the courtroom of the Judges of the Court of Criminal Appeals here. The Judges reported they would be only too glad to pass on his case. "The clock was about the most valu- able thing we had," said Judge F. L. Hawkins. "--excepting our reputa- tlons~" Twins Are Born to Okl Chinese Couple Pelping.---Twins were born to a Chinese peasant mother seventy-five years old In the village of Sltao Wang Po near Canton. The father is seventy-slx years old. Crowds have gathered to babies of this pair of rlans. The woman had never before borne eMldren. Travel Texas, Know Your State during Centennial year hJ travel: yo~r in Texa~. An opportunity for every Tex~ to know his own statez its scenic beauties, historical backqround and amazln~ resources I The month of April is especially eventful. Houston. San A.ntonlo, Kllqore. Taft-Slates. Victoria and other communities Invite you to Interesflnq historical celebrations; obcervances that will be cherished and long remembered by patriotic Toxam~ Make your plans to attend these celebrations and other observances to be held throuqhou! the year. Pack the family Into the ca~. go by train or bus--really SEE Texas. You'll find Texas ~hm every vaca- tion pleasure--and it's all riqht hate in your own state. See the calendar at the rtqht. Write the L'~amber of Commerce at the v~dOmS cities for detailed Inlorma. on events yon are interested In. lnTlnnl II m to April 1) APRIL I~.2I---HOUSTON--San Jacinto Association Celebrations. (Ton.day festival will include brilliant parades. bangtlet$, concerts, and patriot~o. events. A public ball "*,ill be bold the : night of April 20 ca Main Street at si~e of old cupitol el Texas.) APRIL 15.21---EL PASQ~--Schoal~' Cenien.. ' niaL (Histericat pageantry and I~cmo- ramlc exhibition de]l'ised ~o s~ulate interest o~ school children tn Texa~ hi~- toxT.) APRIL IT--TEMPLE---Bell County Mtmlc Fes:ivol. IMams Central Texas and her court ot honor to be acclaimed in eplen~ did presentation.} KINGSVILLE~--H is torial Co.briBes. (South Texas city in hea*qoIworld's qreatest cattle domain, the Ki~ Banch. turns buck the Ix~qm~ of hts~ : tory.} RAYMONDVILLE -- Texas Onlo~, Fiesta, (Harvest testtval will oC-,~ quaint Texas visitors with anothe~ ~ el Sta~'s @rear prod~cL~.) APRL 17-If--DECATUR -- Wise County Ceutennial Carnival. (Schoo~ ~d ctv~ orqanizations contribule in two,.~ay! colorful celebration.} APRIL 18--GEORGETOWN.--Aqriculturcd and Cultural Fete. (Economic and edu- cationai advancement portrayed in ht~ tor~c Texas community.} FORT WORTH--'"rexas Under Six Flags" Pageant. (Puq~:mt, io~hu% ;nq massed choru= ol 3000 vol~el%, presented ut T.C.U.} APRIL ~-25---SAN ANTONIO--Fiesta de San lactate, {Gay lestival of San ]aci~at~ annually attracts many thou=ands Ot visitors, Climax comes in the ]8~tt~ Flowers parade on April 24.) APRIL 21---Anniversary o! Battle of ]acmto observed in caloHul Celebra- tlons ~n: KILGORE--Cen~ennlal Paqeant Celebranon. ~AN FELIPE DE AUSTIN--CoI~ol Capital Centennial Celebration. I~OWIE---C~ntenial Folk Festival. DENTON--"Texus Through the Years" Pageant. PALESTINE---"A Century of T~r~m" Paqeant. BIG SPRING -- "Rose Window" Operetta. RALLS- Crabby Count'/ CentenmkS[ Celebration. SNYDER---Heart of West Toxcm CAm- tennlal pacjeant. ~ULING--C~ldwell County Cenl~ nial Round-Up. For det~ boottd April 21. wiO S~de ]te~mtem