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! M ALAKOFF NEWS THE MALAKOFF NEWS "JAP" FOR REPRESENTATIVE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the Postoffice at Malakoff second class matter, L. L SC OLL EmTOR :ubscriDtion Price $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request l esolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate, tn case of error in advertisement this paoer will not be re- sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement, Phone 38 --- Malakoff, Texas Q Would you swap a known sum for an unknown sum? The cost of acci- dent Insurance is a known sum. The cost of a future accident is an un. known sum-.-Take your pick! In the outset of this gigantic party for the newspaper folks, an address of welcome was sounded by Amon G. Carter, A delightful book of poems en- publisher of the Fort Worth Star- titled "Memories", written by Telegram, and who, according to one of our own esteemed citizens, Billy Rose, is the father of the Mrs. Dan Gentry, has recently Frontier Centennial. In turn. been published and is now on Billy Rose, the man whose un- sale at a very modest price. The limited imagination is responsible book is made up intoa very beau- for the novel beauty and the tiful volume and each one, as it successful building of this mac- is sold, is autographed by the nificient fair, was presented to author ....... Postmaster Clyde ;the audience, Other speakers McWilliams. who inserted a for the occasion were; United in last week's issue of States Senator Tom Connelly and the News, declares that it "pays Hon. Bill McGraw, Attorney to advertise". He informs us General of Texas. that within just a few minutes It is m all sincerity that this after the paper was out, the gas editor does heartily recommend range, which he advertised, was a visit to this Centennial celebra- satisfactorily disposed of. Soy- tion to all the people of this sec- oral more prospects called, he tion of the country, It is a cele- said, soon after the sale had been bration altogether different from made ........ The political adver- the central exposition in Dallas tisement for County Attorney since it consists almost entirely Miles B. Smith, which appears of entertainment features. We into today's paper, should have enjoyed it immensely and there- appeared last week, but was fore feel that we are qaite in held up by the publisher because order in recommending it to our of insufficient space ...... Follow. best friends. ing a soft ball game with a Cor- sicana team last week, Hat- Appreciation hour's Grocery, for sale- One Good Soft Ball Club. (On sec- THE NEWS editor acknowledges and thought, we don't believe with grateful appreciation a gift he put that word GOOD in there) book of poems entitled, "Memo ....... The town of Fort Worth-- ries", autographed and thought- out there where they claim the fully sent to us by the author, West really begins, really does Pearl Owen Gentry (Mrs. Dan have some elaborate entertain- Gentry)--our own celebrated ment features to offer their visi- writer. The book, small and tars during their Frontier I m @ m @ For Congress, 7th District: [mersofl Stone, Jacksonville Banner Frizzell, Palestine Nat Patton (re.election) For Representative: Jap Lucas (Second Term) For District J udge-- Sam Holland, Athens For District Clerk: Joe M. (Mack) Bass B. A. Christopher Mrs. Bobble Phillips Bishop For County Judge: Dolph B. Tillison Jno. W. Ball0w (re.election) L. D. Rose Ivy Fulgham For County Attorney: Miles B. Smith, 2rid Term Banner Landman For County Clerk: Mrs. Horace Johnson For Sheriff: Jess Sweeten, Re-election K. C. [Kirksey] Davis For Assessor.Collector: R. L. (Bob) Tanner S. h. Carroll C. C. Adrian M. N. Wood Ben Dave Dickerson, 2nd term D. C. (Dave) Trull Cen- dainty in size, is a neatly printed tennial Celebration. You can volume and ninety pages, con- For County Treasurer: take that from us, we know, taining many delightful poems D.R. Cartlidge, Re-election 'cause we'veseen 'era ...... The from Mrs. Gentry's pen, are For Commissioner, Prec't. 2: summer revival campaign at the bound wi