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THE MALAKOFF NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the Posto ice at Malakoff second class matter TH E M ALAKOFF NEWS Sets World Record L. J. CoCHOLL, EDITOR For Congressman, 7th Dist. ..... W D. Justice Subscription Price $I.00 a Year. Advertising Ra' es on request. Bonner Frizzell Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. For County Superintendent: In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. J. U, Nelson .... Frank J. Davis (re-election) J. !t. (Jap) Lucas An Event You Can't (ilynnc R. Coker Afford to Miss! ..... DRESSES .... Ii has demonstrated that he will be For District Attorney: I & Tawn l[intensely loyal to those whom he C.W. Kennedy, Jr. ,i ..... .=s. --.YT.t I[serves" This is our oDportuni tY r of Houston county ~ ~l~'~ .~oapi 3~adlkin of Cleveland, Tom Pickett n=! "[to send *o Washington, as O,i /ha ':righ, smile broad, y. for ,A fellow displaying a copy of the Jrepresentative lawmaker, an as- a~:~neW:~Pltl'S;record for worn- .- 'Ferguson' Forum" in Weir's Sat- [ tive, hardworking and fearless e, :bo:tz~rs~:t~dking775 in a three-. For County Juoge; game series. ~:~t.former record was. Juo. W. Ballow (2nd term) urday, declared that he read that[man, one that is trained in law m~ad~lfl 192; Mrs. Floretta Me- UU periodical for the purpose ofland steeped in knowledge o, the CutehoonY:'::" ' : :[ OO picking his favorite political can-[broad problems of the common , ;:: , _ I For County Attorney: didates In the various race from[people. Believing this, we hearti ..... i,, ..... ; .[ A.D. Boyd (re-election) " those who were NOT mentioned J ly endorse his candidacy and hast-I Jt A ,,11 Miles B. Smith 1 Jl t.e .ourrn 'oo ,,eo to ooo. to our', ,. . . ,, ,. ........ ,. young people who mad thel riends, that no m take w,l be I !=.d ..AG O.-. [[ cast of characters in the play, Jmadein the seleet on of W. D, apetP:le [ ",NTHE LIGNITE CITY"[ [: rs. Ann Payne of Sale of d"Mr-rgerYl rpSe (now Mrs. D.B.[' ". r .sentative in[ " ' County Clerk: n " ' . : C.C. Adrian Knit Suits gger Preston Christie left Monday[ W fl (llorace) Johnson Owen) still resides here_._-A| " overnmenz" - for Tylerwhere he will era:ell in[ M' E Ed 'ar (Eustace) stone hatchet head, with the datel - the Tyler Commercial College. [ ,,..... , , ............ n aster has come and gone again L L KfllgU[ troole) J uo engraved on sine, o I. t - -" : Jim Tom McCoy is planning] ' ' " r ins eaa oz peace on eartl and display n tl e h story depa t- ] ........ the opening next week of a new ] W.A. Walker .......... i "school gooa will reward all, there is un- men ,ne ; a:?nn athe o1": rr st, class hatred and actual rev- airdome theatre which is to be] e el For Sho ff zne relic was u a r elI. - - located on Front Street. ] " : --__ .... o u ion in many parts of the Trm,ty .... R,verrun m .Henderson [l wor,o ......... ro mcs nan become" me" Wilson, the little son of Mr:[ K.C. {Kirksey) Davis New i I ats county, wna was ume I ,--. " - ,, - - - - and Mrs. Jim Vandagriff, on Men- | Homer Williams ........ ] mgges business It bias mir Known as pamsn wnere or " "ST"'--v 79 .... . ; . [to consume savings and capital day afternoon in some inexplica- L Wri lit wasloca a a panlsn . " ble manner set fire to his cloth- an The httest additions to theNews'l f many countries.. Taxatmn ee g ing and was severely burned ..... grows and the constan ,ear o[ ....... vor oun y treasurer; pohtmal pot are W D Justice of] ..... " .... wars drains the public treasuries rave ears ms reeov .... " Amens and onner vr zzeu ery [ g. Cartlidge (2nd term) to prepare for war Palestine, both arecand dates for[ .., the same office, that of Congress- I .... ney are the recipients of a fine Commissioner, Precinct 2: . .......... I commumsm, and sociansm as a baby boy last Monday. C. Andrews (re-election) man :rein the evenm instruct, I ...... . . ; ..... Iremeoy [or worldly troubles, we .... t oun :y Juage was-ln Iox one "" ' ..... "-- ' '''[ R.N. [Bob] Johnson k p N Y .......... l as a nation, snoula lose sight 0 M A nem y amroay a ternoon en-, ........ WE HAVE in the vicinity of[ ..... ou smnolng mC , name,y; . , deavormg to clarify hm pomtmn I th ............ Malakoff baby grand piano, [ Justice of Peace, Precinct 8: a[ we, people oI me unlI;eo in the oil field roads controversy ]- . . - also an upright piano. Would like [ W.F. Youflg (re-election) . _^ _[Sta es, are the government. No w,... jur, .u, uu. .... other form of government ever to get some one to take up bal- 1 E sectmn of shelwng to care for an] ...... ance due. Will accept schooll For Constable, Precinct 8: i eased to =_ . n. igave sucn compm e conzrol nor s ck has .... . ,, - vouchers. -- C. H. JACKSON, I 0 Whitworth . me people as odes our own , , m the Gulf Market & Grocery. [ .... Credit Manager, P, O. Box 26, [" -, [ cons1[UtlOn .... The Lignite City is now sere- .... " .... we nave no cross nere ed with 6 Greyhound busses per [ ..... . . .. Dallas. . Public Weigher, Precinct 8: ..... ,mac ,, m necessary ,o revm, _ ThadStacy(re-election) L rge Di play uay .... e'O U r vacan 13uslnessl ....... against; In oraerro pro[eel; our- .nas Rcnlng ...................... ..... --_ .____ houses here were rented during[selves B th " I'o" - -^o Y e oa ! We, ~u~ pc the past week--the three Dodd ' " Sore Muscles . . ple, have the power to express q dk. ,.,a, -. buildings and the Swanson build ...... SEE ....... our views in a more emphatic, lag; formerly uses as a ware- ,o ......... ........ . . .. .- , Iorderly and speedy manner than to ~iv. s morn lml I rc WII/IAM~ . /l=HWAll~l oul dom ~d more q ld ly sOOthe for Relief and Comfort of the When the time comes to choose a funeral service, nouse for nar our S rocerv. ca "" ..... =w~F the pain from 8ma.z musc es, sprains ...... ~, .,.~T:,,,,-~,-n : " I n e v e r aecompnsneu Dy ann one will find here a good display from which to .............. [force, I " Lh mm . Oc. M Justice For Congressman I In these days of unrest and l) uG STORE Main Hotel, alakoff Every Men. make selections. V RYING Somewhat from Our Idiscntent we should remember Home office--Corsieana -- - First stairway West Palace TheatreIn our display rooms, there is certain to be some- practiced custom, this column[these facts. We should appreci- E would take occasion to recom-late the great government that thing that will suit the family, no matter what it mend its 'constituents a par- Ithat we have. We should get means. titular candidate for a particular [down on our knees and offer a office--one which we believe to [prayer'of thankfulness that our Ambulance Service be thoroughly qualified and who, [ancestors, through trml and suf- Ty era in any instance, possesses the[fering, created a constitutional J, A U/"ltLL~SIltL~RA//AI~)~, Director c )urage of his convictions.:Alform of government that glees .- man whose entire career has been each and every 'one of us Sanders Floral and Evergreen Company Ather s, :-: Texas EXCH ANGED -. RENTED Palestine Printing Co Phone 208 Palestine Telephones 25 and 1 O0 one of intense loyalty to those greatest liberty and equality whom he has served- a" posses- apportunity of any people in the nor of courage, ability and stam- world, ina to fightto the bitte end for Our constitution is the peer those things for which he has man's greatest heritage and the stood, has characterized the work rich man's only protection.--In- of W. D. Justice of Athens, both dustrial News Malakoff, Texas as a public official and a practic- , , ,, .... ins attorney in the courts of this , , Next to Jackson's Garage state. : Because we know that these p ,I [[i 1, DONT W always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candies, Pies, Cakes, Sahdwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos. stirring times demand that the the people send to Congress men II I]1 I] Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a with these attributes, this col- I r Genuine "Calf" Sandwich umn unreservedly endorses and Ill, Ii3. espouses the candidacy of Mr. We also handle Several flavors of-- Justice for the pos of .Congress- Velvet Ice.Cream man in this, the newly created OUR Certificates of Deposit are under the Seventh District. and serve thelargest helpings" in town. If the voters of this district protection of banking laws---watched over by want a hardworking, able, fear- , " bank inspectors---safe guarded by our entire less and broadly experienced reD- capital, sur lus, resources. resentative, unfettered by spec- P ial interests, they will do well to Maguire's THIS combination 0f protection afforded to give serious consideration to the investors in Certificates of Deposit can be candidacy o f this Henderson obtained in NO form of investment in the county farm-raised and self.made TELEPHONE NO.. 54 ' . MALAKOFF, TEXAS Ill world. ablestbY WhOpracticinghaS becOmeattorneysOne of thein -,.''CLEANING... PRESSING .., ALTERATIONS . Texas-:a man whose entire life . . ,, , ........ * . . [[[ *Many are the germs that amble as they please, " Ill t MALAKOFF ,|] _avenueofgrease, . ]|, ' NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY [[[ wat a spot or a stain. GENERAL INSURANCE raising cain. Din Royall H.C. Riddlespe, h stressing Ill M That suits need frequent cleaning and pressing. - -alakoff, Texas Office at First National Banl~