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/ THE MALAK( AILMENTS SNAPPY SLANG IN YIELD QUICKLY "RED HOF RHYTHM" TO NEW KONJOLA -- Pictu e of Tin Pan Alley Rich tllanai-er of East Side Stone Yard With Catchy Phrases Eagerly Praises Merits of New Medicine A dictionary of snappy slang and scintillating wise-cracks ! " could easily be Compiled from , the dialogue of ' Red Hot Rhythm," declares those who have seen and heard previews of Pathe's latest all dialogue picture featuring Alan Hate, which will be seen and heard at the. Ritz i Theatre on April 27, 28 and 29. ! Earl Baldwin and Walter De Leon, ace fiction and scenario writers, are responsible for the repartee, and wit, couched in typical Big Stem" parlance, : -& which mark this story of Tin Pan Alley and Broadway night life Both are former residents of the MR. JAMES A COX . "Big Bug" and know at first. "Stomach trouble, disordered hand the prototypes of the char- kidneys and constipation o ;er a aeters in :'Red Hot Rhythm." Period of six months, had p!acedl In addition to Hale, in the me in a badly run down condi- iprincipai role, the stage and tion,', said Mr James A Cox, 'screen notables in this dialogue ,,680 Mathewson street, Wichita Isinging-dancing film include Gas and bloating followed even Kathryn Crawford, Josephine the simplest meals. Kidney Dunn, Walter O'Keefe, Ilka Weakness ave me frightful back Chase and Anita Garvin. Pains and I was subject to fre- quent bladder actions. I was stless and found it difficatt to W. E. PHILLIPS 84eep for any length of time [ had nOappetite and was weak REAL ESTATE Sad listless" For two we .i s I Public Stenographer and Wasutterly unable to wor and Notary Public in Office was during this time that l onjola was recommended to meI Office over Flagg Drug Store by lay friends". Malakoff,. Texas "My appetite increased from the day began taking Konjola Y stomach gradually began to fUnCtion as it should and the a'ek Pains left me To'day eat ! A FAMILY rti,y without any discomfort IDOCTOR'S LAXATIVE Whatever and am free from bloat- !rig. My kidneys are in excel-I ]S BFST .... ~llt Condition and I am entirelyl from constipation. My ] eneral health is better than it] h,!s been ia a long time. I oweI at! this to Ken join." "It is logical to believe that hat Konj ,la has done for oth- i era, it will do for you--for every This is especially true if nlola is given a fair trial. Six toel ht weeks is recommended aai fair trial in stubborn cases. Your health is too important l You ,,, enjoin is sold in Malakoff cannot afford to experiment with your J"~ at xxr~: .... delicate bowels whdn coated tongue, bY al1 the-mr ~rug ~ore,. ann i)ad breath, headache, gas, nausea, tO-- " best druggists In all l~everishness, lack of appetite, .n e_was throughout, this entire[:nergy, etc., warn of conshpatmn. ~tO~. ]This applies not only to grown people, - ,. ]but more particularly to children, / ' t ]~['hat's why a family doctor's laxative " I lfl .. ._.. I its always the safe choice ' ! lallllOr Tmor I I ,r. CaldweWs Syrup Pepsin is I v~ ~ aL Laa~.,a I [~repared today under strict laboratory | J~ t ..... ~..t r,..,'.n .... I. [upervision from fresh laxative herbs I ___ ........ I 'tnd" other pure ingredients, and ! --~-~"~-~ ~- - "'- | I~xactly according to Dr. Caldwelis 1 ,~[~[~] [~[~']' I l~riginal prescription. | ~~ |1 Today, mi!lions of families rely on I ~ 1 Dr. Caldwell s judgment in the selec- I Chevrol_ ~ . 1 ,ion,of their laxative. For Dr. Cald- I ub eamr8 1 veils Syrup Pepsin, in bottles ready | 61as, Oil and A I ~r use, sold in all drugstores, is now ccessortes| he largest selling laxative in the vorld ! I eats l hat laste As You just know these meats will turn out good! Rich- streaked'with just enough fat to make them tender absolutely fresh. - And priced fairly! We Deliver. Phone IJ Cafe - Market - Grocery Trinidad Couple Weds presence of a few friends at the NEW HARVARD PILOT Saturday evening. Rev. Laney Many people are slowly poisoning themselve~ just as surely as if they officiated, drank iodine every morning for break- These young people are both fast. They, are daily absorbing the from Trinidad and have many xins, or poisons, created by accumu- lated waste matter in their constipated friends in that city who wish digestive systems. Sooner or ,later for them a happy and.prosperousdisc.as will conquer their weakened journey through life together. If you have dizzy spells, headaches, coated tongue, bad breath, insomnL% R~~l~ l l-r~)ff ~o appetite, bilious attacks or pains in BA ERS the back and limbs, ~rou are probably ~uffering from self poisoning caused by constipation. The surest and plea.~antest Mr. Joe Barnett of this cityrelief for this condition is tl'erbine, the vegetablo~c~thartio which acts iu the and Miss Cosette Powers of Eus- mtural way. Get a bottle today from tace were quitely married in the " ROY I. WEIR Here Saturday Evening home of Rev. and Mrs. H B Laney on Saturday, evenin'g. The marriage of Miss Pressie April, 12th with the I ev. I,aney place at the home of Rev. and :! Mrs. H.B. Laney on Route 1 Unm enHonal uieid Charles J. WhiteMde, slew coach ol the [larv,~rd crews, as he watched the V irMty ollPsIuen ill their lirs| WOl'kouI this season, lte lhinks thai an earl~ start on the Charles river will prove beneficial to the crew. which Ires been working il~doors all winter. I We Appreciate: Malakoff, Texas , L , ~ ,,, r ~ i ~/l.j TlJle NEw J[tOllJ COI/IPlg Its mbttmti l Erie and-contour. A partictdady good ttw tot" physlefmts. buslmtss eztzutlew trod ,t~umtm becmsso o~ its comgort and rdlabUtty. Tl~ Triples s~proo~ ~asa wtmdshidd and 81~ tmHr ~ Ious~.~ brakes eomtdbm #lsa tmsuud at the Ford. OUTSTANDING ltlgATUIR]g Sit TIH[]g NlgW ltOltD New streamline bodies Choice colors Rustless Steel Triplex shatter-p oof ghss windshield . Four Houdaille double.aeting hy- drsulie slmeksbsorl rs Fullyeta. dosed,, sil at fom'.wlu l brake . Extensive use of fine steel forKin &Jumlnump tons Chromeoil con alloy valvm Three.quarter floatha$ a sr axle Torque.tubs drive Meaut thtm twenty bali amid roller bm4m s Sturdy steel. spoke wheels 55 to 65 miles hour Quick aecelm'atlou Earn of ematrol Reliability Eeonomy Long lff I NOTlg THE.qlg LOW P]IU[C]g~ Roads r ..... ; 11435 Pimeton ...... $440 Coupe ....... $500 Tudor Sedan ..... $500 Sport Coupe ..... $530 De Luxe Coupe .... $5.50 Three.window Fordo Sedan lIW $ Cabrtole ....... DeLuxeSedm . ... Town S hm ..... $670 (t. 6. md lh # r# ad spore tb.e extra, at low eou. Univerul Credit Company phm d titus Imyateata offm' another Ford ~e~lauleay. eauty ne an BEAUTY has the flowing lin of the. new Ford and there is an appealing charm in its fresh and varied harmony of color. Y.et more distinctive even than this beauty of line and color is its alert and sprightly performance. As days go by you will find that it becomes more and more your favorite ear to drive-. so responsive, so easy to handle, so safe and comfortable that it puts a new joy in motoring. The city dweller--the farmer--the industrial worker--the owner of the spacious two-car garage in the suburbs--to all of these it brings a new measure of reliable, economical service. Craftsmanship has been put into mass production. Today, more than-ever, the new Ford S,a value far above the price." / FORD MOTOR COMPANY