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THE MALAKOFF NEW8 Malakoff Lodue, 885. I. O. O. F. meets every night in Odd Fellow's W. O. W. building. Visiting always welcome, G. E Matthews. N. G I W. NoJen, Sec'y Malakoff Lodge, No 759. A 1 & A. M. meets the 2rid night in each month members welcome. J, A. Moore, W. M. Wayne Evuns, Secy. Lodge, No. 300 meet: Monday night at I. O. O. I~ Visitors welcome Ruby Martin, N. G. Flo once Nolen, Secy. l tasteless dose of Phillips nesia in water. That is an al- It has been for 50 years. One will neutralize at ones many volume in acid. It is the right and efficient FUNDS FOR HOMES SUPPLIED BY BANKS By ROME C. STEPHENSON President American Bankers Associatlo~ g LARGE portion of the funds re- quired in home building always has ,been furnished by banks. They have shown con- stantl~" a deep in- terest in the per- formance of this lecture of national development. Up- o~ it rests much of our country's f u t u r e stability, and any contribu- tion to its ad- vancement redounds to the advantage of all. R. C. STEPHENSON So banking has never permitted its co-operative attitude toward home building to lessen. Practically all banks now accept sav- ings deposits which can well be turned to the advantage of the home builders. The construction of individual dwell- ings requires a large amount of financ- ing and is a thoroughly commendable enterprise. Necessarily, the aid given to home builders is governed by the sound banking rules which have grown out of the years'of experience and the constant studies of bank practices. All of the efforts made to secure broader real estate loan privileges, to adjust resources to make it possible to lend larger sums for long terms, the standardization of mortgage loan for- mulas, and the actual lending of vast sums on mortgage notes evidence the desire of banks to contribute a full measure of support to the home-build- ing movement. This is true of all class- es of banks, but even in a more marked degree of those whose deposits are largely in the form of savings and whose loans are primarily for building or home purchasing purposes. Both Sides Protected The process through which bank loans are made ot~ real estate is as simple as the nature of such an im- portant transaction will permit. When money is advanced the lender must know that repayment will be made the specified time. Likewise the borrower acid. The stomach wants to he assured that, after he has s sweet, the pain departs. You figured the loan on the basis of his in five minutes. on crude methods, conservatively anticipated ability to evolved in all the pay, he will not be required to do more, That is Phillips, that he will not be disturbed in his ef- Magn~ia. forts to work out of his obligations terms. Whether his agree- under those ment is to repay the entire loan in has been the three or five years, or on a monthly or Trade Mark of The yearly basis, he wants the assurance Phillips Chemical Co n~any that no additional burdens will be ira- Charles H. PhilHpl posed upon him. All Of this is settled definitely in advance. There is no mystery about a/~y of the details, ,and when the negotiations are complete the borrower knows just what he may expect and what he will be re- quired to do to meet his obligations. Loans made to persons who wish to acquire homes are ~not necessarily build!jag loans. One may wish to pur- chase a home already constructed. In this form of transaction bank loans are used very freely because it is the only kind of a real estate loan some classes of banks may make. Others of course, may lend upon real estate with im- provements uncompleted and advance S funds as the construction progresses~ Different styles in home financing have developed in the various states, and WC~'F'~nf~l~..ll. ~::f banks have tried to adapt their facili- ties to the needs. Whatever character NcClur News~,iper ~)adiclte ' "" Stops Headache Turninq in Five Minutes , .o....,o, .o.., chicks into.. : and Pains Almost Like Magic. o*** a, Thousands of men and women ,- DIGGER, are now stopping throbbing, sick, m~ dizzy, splitting headaches, as well as the excruciating pains of rheu- matism, neuritis, toothache, etc., with a marvelous new formula that is said to be far superior to any- thing heretofore used. It contains no aspirin, acetanilid, etc., and is absolutely safe and I Every one of the e perky little chicks harmless. This remarkable for- mula, called A-VOL, is being pro- . scribed by thousands of doctors, you've got running dentists and welfare nurses be- around the place will make a real World's Only Fish Doctor James Palmer of the Walker house aquarium at Torch[o. Ont., is said to be the only fish doctor in the worhl, lte ,,l~erales a hospita! f,,r sick tropical lind gohliish, in which the serwees in(qud(: individual tanks, doses of castor oil and operations, if necessary. Fish come t() iho hospital from all par~s of the cc,ntlnent for treatment. , thrilling Episodes in Life"Billy the Kid" Revealed in King Vidor Talkie "Billy the Kid," King Vidor's Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer picture which wiliopen next Monday at he Rt z Theatre, is a "western" torN, but not a fictional one. Although the story is based on Valter Noble Burns' Phe[Saga o[ Billy the Kid," the plot is not a flgmen of someone's imagina. Caldwell help whenever your of assistance is required in any par- upset; or has canghl tlcular instance usually can be found In some bank in the local community. iption I Among banks and borrowers for cross oy or gm home acquisition purposes a long estab- F, ~ ~ust a few ;to~ ~ bowels to lished and thoroughly tested relation- . It "break-up"ship exists. Banks are not the only the free from agencies through which such funds are mucus waste, available; they do not embody all the i all of the reeled ramatic career nous doctor's word for spirit of helpfulness which abounds. Caldwell,s record of However, through the years of their I of this young man. All of the over 3500 births with- co-operation their aid has been of un- ~ high-lights, however, are retain- loss of one mother or baby is questioned value to the home bullder~ ted, the story starting with unique in American medical whose efforts to establish apermanenee " e Kid" bottle of Dr. CaldweU's S~avP for themselves have received constant [incident which makes Th firm ally of the Ent;lish ranch of your all ; increases digestion more complete. DR. W. B. C~LD]WELL$ FomiI), Laxative ' N , O. DODSO. TRANSFER [all kinds of hauling satisfactory seJ teed. H. BURTIS encouragement. Bankers everywhere arc ready to counsel With their custom- ers abont their home-building plans and to assist to the extent of their ability. This is being done oonstantly and the many advantages of it are not without rec~gnitiom Farm Service by a Bank cause of the quick, efficient way it relieves all types of aches and l)ains without depressing the heart, or causing any other harmful ef- fects. A-eel quickly stops the most severe pain, leaving the patient re- freshed and feeling fine. Especially effective in women's period pains. To quickly prove to ~,ourself that this is truly a remarkable formula, just step into your nearest drug store and get a package of A-vet for a few cents. Take a couple of tablets right there. If your pain is not gone in five minutes, the, clerk will return your money, vr ~.-.__~ ..................................... m SOLICITING YOUR BUSINESS I am now engaged in the blacksmith business of my own and take this oppor- tunity of soliciting a part of your business. I have been doing this of work for a good many years and feel that I am qualified to do all the work in my ! i n e in a manner that will please you. I am located in the shop formerly operated by W. U. Rogers and ihvite the public to pay me a visit. Shelly Grooms "The Blacksmith" I profit for you . . . if you give them the feed to do it on l Blue Tag Chick Starter Blue Tag Growing Mash Blue Tag Growing Scratch Blue Tag Egg Mash Blue Tag Egg Pells. If they are past six weeks old, they don't need Blue Tag Chick Starter any more---they're ready for Blue Tag Growing Mash. They're ready for the feed that will build them strong, sturdy frames, that will give them robust constitu- tions, that will put the pullets in shape to lay lots of eggs and get the cockerels ready for the frying pan. Blue Tag Feeds may cost a little more than j ust ordinary feed but the poultryman who feeds'Blue Tag makes more money off his chickens. Malakoff 4~1H~I.~ +41.+ 4,'+4~0'+~'~I" Cotton Belt Schedule NORTH BOUND Train No. 104 ........... 10:08 P. M Train NO, 102 .................. 8:33 A. M SOUTII BOUND Train No. 10! ......... 10:52 P. M Train No. 103 .................. 8.29A. M. & SONS FLAGG DRUG COMPANY, J. A. FOWLER. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SUROEON Offic with Weir's Drug Store MALAKOFF, TEXAS. D. B. OWEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office with Flagg Drug Co, M ALAKOFF A farm service department was inaugurated a }'ear ago by a bank in Olympia, Washington, and a farm advisor appointed, Close co- opet~ation has been maintained with the state college extension service. Work in dairying is car- ried on in conjunction with the Dairy Herd Improvement Associa- tion. Also a pasture contest was held in cooperation with the four banks in the county which offered prizes amounting to $100. Work in poultry was carried on in coopera- tion with the Co-operative Poultry Association and assistance was given in organizing an economio conference for the benefit of berry growers. The farm advisor of the bank is active in the Agricultural Council of the county composed of farm and other organizations interested in agricultural develop- ment, and also in the Farmers' MarkeL Six hu~t4red farm busi- ness analysis blanka were distrib- uted while farm aceount books and poultry record books were also pro- vided to farmers and have been Claire, but is discovered by the posse and finally cautu red. The pretentieus cast includes John Mack Brown in the title role, Wallace Beery as Sheriff Garrett, Kay Johnson as Claire, DENTI ST DIAGNOSIS SVo eor-Carrol] Building hens, Texas " Karl Dane as a comic cowboy aud Wyndham Standing, Russell Simpson, Blanche Frederic, Rosco Ates, Warner P. Rich- lion, but the recreation of an mend, .]ames Marcus, Nelson aistoricalcharacter, the notori- McDowell, Jack Carlyle, John ousWilliam Bonnev, or "Billy Beck, Marguerita Padula and the Kid," who, though only Aggie Herring a s Historical w'entv one, gained repute as characters. most dangerous man of the I Wanda Tuchock did the screen asst. Vidor does not attempt to give adaptation and the dialogue was written by Laurence Stallings and Charles MecArthur. owner, Tunston, and his partner MrS wean. Claire, Tunston's a n c re, comes from England to marr) him, but the Donovan group of cattlemen waylay Tunston and kill him in cold blood on his wed- ding day. "The Kid" swears to get every member of the posse who killed his friend. A light in the Donovan saloon precedes th#biggestevent of the storY, the historic three-day siege of the McSween home the Don- ovan gang. This ends in the burning of the house and the tumultuous exit through rifle fire of the defenders. General Wallace offers Billy a pardon if he will surren- der, but he refuses. He i s caught by Sheriff Pat Garrett and brought to Lincoln. Claire goes to General Wallace with an. other plea for the boy, but in the meantime "The Kid" esca )es shooting Ballinger one of Whether your favorite food is meat, fish or vegetable it would not be complete with- out BUTTER-KIST BREAD The loaf of appetizing delic- iousness that enhances any dish. It is rich in nutrtion. t00. At your grocer's. Buys More Value in Than At Any Time in Motor Car History! For Spring and Summer Use I CHECK THESE Chevrolet Six Sedan. A nice looking, late model car in good shape. This car is now offered for only-- $365.00 Six Cylinder Chevrolet Ooupe. New paint job. Good shape mechanically. A bargain $275.00 1929 Fprd Touring in good shape. Top and body smooth. Unusual value in this car at $275.00 I Four Cylinder Chevrolet Coupe A pretty good little car with practically new tires. Offered for only-- $165.00 I CHECK THESE Model A Standard Coupe with good body and tires. New seat covers. We are offer- ering an unusual bargain in this car at-- $225.00 | iii Ford, Model A Touring, in fair shape and looks good! You can buy it now for only--- $175.00 Ford, Model A Tudor A nice little 5-pass- enger car at an attractive bargain, only-- $245.00 ii 1928 Buicl Touring. Good. tires, smooth top and body. Genuine leather upholstery, Motor 0. K. Only-- - $75.00 Terms If Desired % U "Dealers of Ford Products" ATHENS, ........ TEXAS Athens. Texas '