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d , THE MALAKOFF NEWS i Next to Jackson's Garage We always carry a comvlete line of Cold Drinks. Candies. Pies. Cakes, Sandwiches. Cigars. Cigarettes and Tobaccos. Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a Genuine "Calf" Sandwich We also handle several flavors of-- Velvet Ice Cream --and serve the "largest helpings" in town. The Nethodist Bulletin [By Geo. C. Hardy, Pastor] - _ . - . ~ - "__ _ We congratulate the members of the graduating classes of the Malakoff High an d Grammar Schools. May this be a great day in your life, Let us not be satisfied with our attainments. but go on to greater things. My exoerience is the more we go to school, the less we feel we know We need robe students all our lives in order to meet the prob- THE STATE OF TEXAS ling the Third d~y of June A. D. lems of an ever changing world the Sheriff'--~r any Constable 1935, then and there to answer The ladies of Mrs. Carson's ~Ienderson, County Greeting:] a petition filed in said Court on Class are rightly I)roud of .their -You are hereby commanded tel the 4th dav of May A. D. 1935, new chairs. This is an excellent ~rnmon Jessie DureIL the un-lin a suit, numbered on the docket example of what hard work and of said Court No. 2464, wherein co-operation will'do. The mone~ nown heirs and legal representa-I Fed Davis is Plaintiff, and Jes- tires of Jessie Duren, deceased ;[ sic I)uren,. the unknown heirs and was raised by selling names on a Jake GoodsotL the unknown heirsI ~legal representatives of Jake[ legal representatives of Jessie quilt at 10c each With every- dson, deceased; M. J. Good-[Duren' deceased; Jake Goodson one helping, there isno limit to ~n, the unknown heirs and legallthe unknown heirs and legal rep- what the Malakoffchurch people resentatives of Jake Goodson, de- - presen,tatives of M. J. Goodson,leeased; M. J. Goodson, the an- can do. deCeased; Peden & Company, a/ known heirs and legal represen~a- Let us continue to press to- artnershiD firm composed of ). Peden,'E. A. Peden and D. tivcs of M. J. Good.son, deceased; ward our 200 in Sunday School. Peden & Company, a co-partner- It can and will be done if enough [~den Jr.; D. D. Peden, thel ship firm, composed of D. D. Pc- of us really want it, We have Sown heirs and legal req)re-lden' E. A. Ped~n, and D. D. Pc- had an increase of about fifty atives of D D. Peden, deceas-lden' Jr., D. D. Peden, the uu- withinthe past few weeks. Fifty E. A Peden, the unknown lknown heirs and legal represcnta- and legal rel)resentatives ofltives of D. D. Peden, deceased; more will reach the goal. t. Peden, deceased'; D. D. Pe-I E. A. Peden, the unknown heirs The subject for next Sunday Jr., the unknown heirs and lC-land legal representatives of E. A. morning i s unusual. We are s of D. D. Peden Peden, deceased ; D. D. Peden Jr., ; Peden Iron & Steel the unknown heirs and legal rep- ny, a private corporation,] resentatives of D. D. Peden Jr., ~no ,q stockholders of said]deceased; Peden Iron & Steel Iron & Steel Company, G.]Co., a private Corporation, the un- y, the unknown heirs and] known s tock-h~)lders of said Pc- representatives of G. M.[ den Iron & Steel Company; G. M. deceased; K. V. Day, the un- Day, the unknown, heirs and legal heirs and representatives rel)resentatives of G. M. Day, de- .I(. V. Day, deceased; by puhlicat'ion of tiffs Ci- once in each week for four weeks previous to the lrn day hereof, m some news- published in )'our County, if be a newspaper published but if not, then in any !published in the Third istrict: hut if there be .per published in said crict, then in a news- published in the nearest' to said Third Judicial det, to at~pear' at the next lar term of the District Court ceased; K. V. Day, the unknown heirs and legal representatives of K. V. 'Day, deceased, are defend- ants, and said petition alleging: That upon the 1st day of Janu- ary, A. D., 1935, and for long years ,q)r'ior thereto, plaintiff was and still is the owner in, fee sim- ple and was lawfully seized and possessed of the following de- scribed land and premises, situat- ed in Henderson County, Texas, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit : All th~tt certain tract or parcel of land situated in Henderson County, Texas, a part of the John Huff Survey, .Beginning at the N E corner County, to be hold- the Court House thereof, in Texas, on the 1st Monday A. D. 1935, the same ~be- The THERE is a secret longing in each heart for something that it better, higher, nobler, finer than what we have-- and when possessed should make us better, higher, nobler, finer. preaching on the world's oldest and most useless citizen, "Me- thuselah". We believe the mes- sage will be of unusual interest. Come and bear it, Mrs. Harry Jolly, wlao has been confined to her home for the past three weeks with typhoid, is re- ported to be improving at this time. of said survey, it heing the lower S E corner of the A. B. Oldhanl survey, stake on the West bank of the Neches River. Then, ce West 485 yrs. stake at N E corner of J. O. Hurt tract o,a the Garland survey, R O 12 N72E 5 vrs. Thence South 782 yrs. following old line. stake at S E corner Iqurt tract, iron pin, from wh,ich S G 14 brs. $88 E 3, P. O. $65\V 8 vrs. Thence West 348 vrs. stake in- ner corner of Hurt tract. Thence South following fence and old line, at 630 ,pass lower SE corn,er Hurt and NE corner of Roy Cety tract on Garland Sur- vey, at 980 vrs. stake on North hank of Ledhetter Creek at SE corner of Cely tract. Pin Oak 3C S.47E 9, S G 12 $44E 8. Thence East following old line 1000 yrs. stake on River Bank. Thence up Neehes River follow- ing its meaderings, in Northerly direction 1800 yrs., to the place of Wherefore, ~plaintiff prays judgement of the Court that the defendants and each of them be cited by publication to appear and an~swer herein, and that upon fin- al hearing hereof, plaintiff have judgement awarding to him title and posession of the abe"re de- scribed land and premises; that Writ of Restitution issue, and fer his ren,ts, damages and cost of suit, and for such other and iur- ther relief in'law, and in~ equity that he may show to the Court he is entitled to receive. Herein Fail not but have before said Court. at its aforesaid regu- lar term, this writ with your re- turn thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Given under my hand and the seal of said Court, at office in Athens, Texas on this the 4th day of May A. D. 1935. KATE NOWLIN, Clerk District Court Henderson Co., Texas. SLAVING without Saving will never bring us to our Heart's Desire--never get us anywhere at all. For present contentment and for fu- ture satisfaction there is nothing that will come up to a tidy sum of money tucked away in an account here. Malakoff, Texas HISTORY MOVIES "Next morning LaSaile came the spot where his men had fought' t~ FEAREO LA ALLEkJ ANGER "1'0 PROTECT I SELF [MH T I*ll D *" i 3 z Today, when every wise buyer of trucks is particularly interested in getting depend- able transportation at lowest cost, the money-saving advantages of Chevrolet Trucks have a'particularly strong appeal. Truck buyer after truck buyer is discover- ing that /t pays three ways to buy Chev. rolets. And truck buyer after truck buyer is deciding to take advantage of the big savings which Chevrolet offers. You, too, will get better haulage service at lower cost l)y buying a Clmvrolet Truck because of these triple economies: 1. Chevrolet Trucks sell at the world's lowest prices, 2. They use less gasoline and oil because they are powered by six-cylinder valve-in-head engines. 3. They give longer, -more de- l~-Ton Stake ( 157~ wlwelba~) pendable service because of the extra quality which Chev- rolet builds into every part of its products. Visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer--this. meek. llave a thorough demonstration of the right Chevrolet Truck for your haul. age needs. Buy a Chevrolet and get better truck performance at the uvrld's lowest prices! CtIEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. Compare Chevrolet' s low delivered pric~s and easy G. M. A. C. ~rms. A General/{totors Value O~'AL~ R bDVERTISEMENT PHONE 22 East Mitcham Street MALAKOFF i i I ing that even at that early period The world's most efficient and inhabitants of that region had to ecor~omical light, a scentist says, scratch for a living, is that produced by deep-sea fish- ,es. Nex~erthel~ss. we'd advise them to t)e on the lookout fur the Senate Utilities Commission,-- Boston Transcript. In order to serve those who commission, we mix com- mon sense with professional training. Nearly every occa- sion requires the performance of special skill, and we are qualified to meet emergencies. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME Phone 25 MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone 100 By Dr. Pepper And What A When you look at last year's suit and won- der how in the world you're going to make it serviceable this Spring-..and you send it to the Malakoff Dry Cleaners .... and it comes back spic and span...incredibly new-..oh, boy --"Ain't it a g.r-r.r.and and glo.r.rioas feel- ing?" Malak0ff Dry Cleaners N. C. VANDAGRIFF, Proprietor