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\¸¸¸I¸ \ /: 'f' E M L'AKOFF NEW Don't be bothered with things that we can do for you. It's easier for us to call regularly for your clothes, re- pair and clean and press them, than it is for you to be troubled thinking about it. We positively guarantee satisfaction. A trial will be test of our statement. N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor [No Price Raise for Fair .. DALLAS, Texas -- Managers of l}allas hotels have agreed there will Rnfit Church News L_|oe no price increases for rooms or .av-s. ~mt~Sals, during the Texas Centennial [By J. L. Brantley, Pastor] ~.~osition, June 6 to Nov. 29. Years o z popularity for Dallas as a conven- tion city, led to this decision, a spokes- ~Oe~~ .a_>~)~O4)~~~ said. The writer is taking up the Army Air Show for Fair space so generously given each DALLAS, Texas.--The U. S. Army week by Editor Scholl and is giv- ~ill spend $50,000 on the Texas Cen- ing our people a look in at the Lennial Exposition, establishing an en- Campment on the big Dallas lot and Foreign Mission session of the ~aging a huge aviation meet. The Southern Baptist Convention. ,hOney comes from the $515,000 the ~Federal Government has set aside for It is Saturday night, May 16, ~-~laosition exhibits. between eight and nine o'clock. THE GREATER Thousands of Baptists are in this assembly hall from every Southern State and some of the Northern States. Athens, Texas TO-DAY -- Fay Wray --Ralph Bellamy in "Roaming Lady" Saturday, May 23-- There are about one hundred seated on the platform most of whom are returned missionaries and those about to be sent out. Among them are our own Bro. and Mrs. Clem Hardy of Ker- ens. Mrs. Lockett, recently with us for a lecture and pic- tures from Africa, is in the group. Short speeches have been made as the returned work- ers have been introduced. Quite a number of the missionaries are old and broken iu heaIth. The privilege of being present this night is a great one. How the writer longs for others of you to share the joy and inspira- tion of this hour. He will have many things of interest to tell when he is home again the last Sunday of May. Meantime, he would pray God to watch over keep you one and all well and happy in His service. Bluebonnet Suit J Monday and Tuesday May 25-26 Wednesday, May 27-- This is 10c Day I I IIII I I ]:hursday--May 28th Eleanor Akers, Texas Centennial Exposition Rangerette, doffs her cus- tomary chaps and 10-gallon hat to wear this bathing suit made of blue- bonnets, the official state flower. The Fadr, Watch out for Malaria, Constipation and Biliousness at this time of the year! If you're Nervous, Lazy, or Run-Down take Nash's Tonicl Don't Take Chances With Your Health! Those draggy, pepless, hate- to get-up feelings are not to be played witch! Upset stomach, headache, nervousness, may be the beginning of a sick spell! If you are Constipated, Bilious, it may be causing your breath to smell bad and that is only a min- or thing compared to months of lying in bed, out of work, no money coming in and maybe years of poor health. Malaria may hit you and it may not be so easy! This is a message to ask shaky feeling! Better right. Malaria, Constipation, and Bil- iousness are dangerous! Thous- ands are doing that today: They have tried Nash's and know the results it gives! Every Spring the)' tone-up and clean out their systems with this famous reme- dy. And grandma and the child- renare included. It's a real family tonic that does tile work. It's absolutely harmless and re- liable! Guaranteed Results With Nash's Tonic you to start taking Nash's You're not out one penny il Nash s C. L. Tone fails to help C. & L. Tonic and clean out your ' & " " system. Kill those Malarial you and your family. All you germs, flush your lower intes- ] do is get a 50c bottle, take it ac- tines, throw of that poisonouslc°rding to di.ections for one waste that has accumulated dur- week, and if you are not com- pletely satisfied, take the empty ing the winter! bottle back. Your Druggist will fietln Shape To £njoy The give you EVERY PENNY of Summer With Nash's your money back without ques- There is a cause for that good-!tion. For sale in Malakoff by for-nothing, tired out, weak, and WEI:R'S PHARMACY. Men Stand Higher Than Wives in Class Rooms Pale Alto. Calif.--Married men make better grades in college than they did before they were married. Married women may make lower grades. Those are among the deductions of Mrs. Ilelen Berg, education graduate at Stanford university, who Is making a study of college marriages. The increased scholarship of men after marrijge ts accounted for by their greater applicati0n to their studies and a more serious attitude toward college growing out of the add- ed responsibility of marriage. Mrs. Berg feels that when the mar- ried sped falls a little in scholarship it may be because of the added work and_worr~ t.gyolved In hgusekeep!ng. _ Stamp Collectors Get Market in City Hall Brussels.--The business of stamp collecting Is becoming so important that the city of Antwerp has grantefl perml,~sion to collectors to nee as a market one of the rooms of the Bourse de Commerce on Sunday from 10 a. m. until noon. This is said to be the first time a postage stamp taar- ket has been officially instituted In a city hall in Belgium. Antwerp is naturally the center of the st:trap collecting business ht Bel- gium, because of its shippln~ interests. Shipping offices receive correspondence from all part~ of the world aml rare stamps are comparatively common. Professional stamp collectors meet the ships at Antwerp and coax sailors and others to barter their specimens of rare stamps for ready casll. I I I Nowhere are they combined so perfectly as in Chevrolet always equalized for quick, unswerving, "straight line" stops Be Wise, Economtz e Buy Chevrolet! yj POWER-- to pull your loads ! First choice--Chevrolet! It has 'o' the greatest pulling power of any NEW HIOH-COM- NEW PERFECTED r~s,o~r,r~ r ..... t truc~ m tl~e cnUre tow-pace range. PRESSION VALVE-IN. HYDRAULIC BRAKES ECONOMY--to save you money! First choice HEAD ENGINE --Chevrolet! It's the most economical truck in the world for all-round duty! NEW FULL.TRIMMED DE LUXE CAB with clear-vision instru- ment panel for safe control LOW PRICE--to conserve your cauital! First choice--Chevrolet! It sells at the lowest price at which you can buy any high.powered truck ! All the qualities which make a truck a money- maker--all the qualities which make truck operation I rofitable -- are yours in the highest degree in these big, powerful Chevrolets. See your nearest Chevrolet dealer today for full information. And then . . . Be wise-- economize--buy Chevrolet trucks! CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT. I~{ICHIGAN with increased horsepower, increased torque, greater economy in gas and oil FULL.FLOATIN~ 1 REAR AXLE with barrel type wheel bearings on 1 V~.ton modeb t OENERAL MOTORS INSTR.LLMENT PLAN---MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOUR PURRE -:- Texas | oFVacafion fun in Ranger Trophy [ Plenty Your Own State During TEHflS (EnTEnnlgl. (ELEBRnTiOnS How well 4o you know Tour Text? Do ~ou know that the Devil'a River ceuntr~ on route to D~I Rio. Pale Duro Canyon in the Panhandle, and SL Helena on the Rio Grande are declared by seasoned travelers to be among the world's most be4~U. ful scenic wondv~? Do you know that We~t Texas has mountain pea.loi reaching to 9.000 feet? Do you know that thouscmd~ of Americans visit San An. tonio, the Rio Grande Valley. Houston, Galveston, and other Texas resort cities yeorlr--- finding In Texaa attractions unsurpaa~d anywhere in the United States? Have you ever visited the world's qreatest oil flelda in East Texcm or seen a typical West Texas cattle ranch in op~raUon? Vacation th~Us? You'll flad hundreds of them--right here at home---in Texasl Centennial ~Lreor is a good time to see and know your state. Interesting Centem~lal Celebra- tions are h~ing hel~ in every section. The great C~nt~uxlal • ~,¢posttion at Dallas will draw several million visitors. Travel Toxusl Attend the Cen- tennial Exposition and other events lhsted in the calendar at the right! For more complete t~ormation, write the Chain. beg of Commerce at the cities you are interested in. TEll (EnTEnnl (May 19 thro~qh June 15. Revised to May 10) MAY 19-~2--GROESBECK-MEXIA -- Celebration of Fort Parker. MAY 20-22.--HILLSBORO--Pageants of Proqress. MAY 21--NEW ULM----~erman Found~ Cen. tennial Celebration. MAY 2~---PLAINVIEW--Pioneers' Round-Up. MAY 2:~--COMMERCE---C~ntennial Pageant. MAY 25---NACOGDC~"HES -- CenteAnial Home- coming. MAY 2~-.-D'HANIS--Fort Lincoln Celebration. MAY 26-2~--PADUCAH---Cottie & King Pioneer lubilee. MAY 27-2B-..CHILLICOTHE --- Centennial Fun Festival. MAY 2~.--FLOYDADA--Pioneer Day Celebra- tion. MAY 28-30---~AN AUGUSTINE--Historical Cele- bration. MAY 2$.--ATHENS -- East Texas Fiddlers Re- union. MAY 29---.SHERMAN---Austin Col]ego Centen- nial. MAY ~---COLLEGE STATION---Commemorative Military Revmw. MAY S0---GOOSE CREEK--Centennial Memorial Celebration. MAY 30-31--EL PASO--Bishops Reception and Military Mass. MAY $1---PARADISE--.Centennial Singing Con- vention. MAY 31-JUNE 6---JACKSONVILLE--Natlonul Tomato Show. MAY 31-~JI~ 7--KILLEEN---BtrthdaF and Plo- neer Celebration. /UNE I-2---PORT LAVACA---Centennlal Re- gatta. 1-2--FARMERSVILLE,--North Texas Cen* tennial Onion Festival. J~N'E )-DEC. l--AUSTIN- -University C, enten- nicd Exposition. JUNE 2-4.--JASPER--Historical Pageant. JUNE 2.5--PAMPA---Panhandle Centennial and Oil Exposition. JUNE 3--BENJAMIN--" Knox Cotmty Semi-Cen- tenniaL JUNE 2---LEONARD--Centennial Pageant. JUNE 3---SULPHUR SPRINGS-..Centennial Cele- braaen. JUNE 5-~-YOAKUM --- Tomato Tom Tom, Har- vest Festivcd. yONE 6-14-..GALVESTON---CenlenniaI Splash Week. JUNE 6-NOV. 2$-.-DALLAS---C, antral Exposition. JUNE 7---CAT SPRING--Agricultural and His- tortoni Centennial Celebration. ~JNE 7-14--.CORPUS CHRISTI--Exposition and %qater Carnival. JUNE |I-I~---FORT STOCETON---Water Carni- val. 1 ~ 1 $,--HILLSBOR~ntennial Produce Market. State Headquartem TlCg~ CZN'n~NIAL ~UI'IONS Dallas, T~,m~ mmm / Malakoff, Texas This Apache war dane loin cloth, displayed hy Rangerette Mabel Rooks, will be part of the historical collection in the Texas Rangers' Headquarters at the Texas Centennial Exposition, $25,000,000 World's Fair opening in Dallas June 6. The cloth was taken from an Apache war party by Rang. ere in 1860. TWA Feel Texas Rush DALLAS, Texas--Transcontinental. Western Airways officials report a tremendous traffic increase on their Genuine "Calf" Sandwich cross-country flights due to the 'Iexas Centennial Exposition at Dallas. Al- though the Exposition, a $25,000,000 We also handle several flavors of-- World's Fair, d~es not open until June husi...,re.dy Velvet Ice Cream TWA heads said. The Next to Jackson's Garage We always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candies, Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches; Cigars, Cigarettes and Toba : Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a "f der" connection to their c0ast,to -t .e ¢0a|t t'OUt~ , ~i i i~ /