The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 22, Ed. 1 Monday, January 27, 1936 Page: 3 of 4
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C ITATION BY WUMATIOS
TMK STATE OF TEXAS
T« the ShetifT or Any Constable.: of
Orange County, CtaeetlBg:\^'''r';!'|5
You Are Hereby OotnmundeU to
B. Y«de". formerly of Oral
but who«e address In now1
unknuwu, and his unknown -heirs, if
any. If he In <!ead. defendants In the
fcereinnfttr imm«t w,by making
JwMtwrtlwi of this citation once In
tarli week iiSr four «onserutiv« wtsekjf
joevluu* to itif 27th d y <ft FeWril-
rj, l&IC. In .^©w*i>u per pub-
lished . in your county, if. there be a
_jifsjujmper J> to**h d therein, but if
not. then in the nearest county win-re
• oewa|>a|>er In published, to be and
appear in the District Court of Har-
ris* CcuiXj lor IjOtii Judicial JJistrlet
of Trxas in tbe (iMfrt Ho'uws in the
".City of Houst$f>, T«x;i,h, at or .lit-for*
tdh tfcWt A. M, of MtwJday, the
2nd day of M- ee>ta, •■-■I93>j, tiling the
Monday next followihs the <-xplr,itiu
it Issued, and said defendant* are
hereby commanded kn« required to
then and. there appear and answer
the petition filed in said court on the
mil day of January. 1 (, in a auit
red 316,317 on tbe docket of
j ' wherein Southwestern
Fment i Development Corpora-
tion. "a corporation la plaintiff and
A B Voder. and bis unknown heirs.
if V>y. if be is dead are defendant*,
the nature of plaintiffs demand be-
ing aiut the said petition alleging:
Tbat On or about the 21st day of
J'uly, 1830, Kdwin G.," Baetjer.
George ^laci^ubin. LouIk M Zlpiniti -
man, Sam C.Darls. T. s. Mnffitt.
Samuel W. Fprdyce and OaVld Han-
nah, then Trustee#.of the Southwest
em Settlement A Development Com-
pany (Not ' Incorporated), conveyed
to A.1 B- Voder the following de-
scribed land: \ !
BEING out- of and s. pflrt of
Btraet 167, Gilbert htephensou Sur-
vey, Orange Connty, Texas, eonuin-
Ing forty ( 40) acres, of laud, inore
or less. and more fully described by
motes and bounds ax follows, to-wll:
BEGINNING at a stake at the in
tarsstfion of two graded roads, sold
point being 161 vrs. South and 9.1
tt*. We t from the Northeast cor-
ner of a 51.4-acre tract conveyed by
Gilbert Stephenson to Jeremlab Day
from wbich a pine stump brs. S. 1 W.,
IS.3 vrs. a white oak 16 in. in din.
brs. 8. 43 E. 13.7 vrs. a black gum
18 in. In dla. brs. X. 50.30 K. eight-
tcnth (.*) vrs. THENCE 8. 53.110
W. with the East edge of graded road
twenty feet perpendicular distance
from'tbe center of same, X68 "vrs. to-
stake for corner from whlcii a large
pine ntump brs. N*. 45.30 W. 14.2 vrs.
do. bra. N. 79. XV. IS.7 vrs. a pine
4 in. in <lia. brs. S. 14.30 W. 1.7 vra.
THENCE! «: 49.05 E. **14. vra. to
stake for corner frotu which a, black
|vm lir*. & 47.30 W. IK.4 vm do.
12 in. In dia, orc^f 67 \V. • 22,3 vrs.
a pine x iu, in dla. bra. S." 34.30 W.
Si 3 vra THENCE N. 40.55 E. 2T9.8
vrs^ to stake for oorner In the Mowt^r
tTUge of xradfit rooit tu-eiityfretjtt-v-
pendicular diet a nee from the .center
of bo me from which a pine it in. in j Vinton Hatchery
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The Orange Leader
Published every afternoon except
Saturday, and Sunday morning at
SOI !•* Front Street by the Orange
Leader Publishing Company.
, Entered at Orange, Texas P. O. aa
Second Class Mall Matter. Under
Act of Congraaa, March 3. 117 .
'Subscription Kates i-
By Mall or Carrier, t month 1.50
Advertising rates , will lie furnished
ASSOCIATED PRESS MEMBBP
bpboial notice ~
Choice cut flowers ami potted
plants, for all occasions. QttANOE
'WjOflAib SHOP, Twcirth a mt a reen.
PHO.VK TS. ——
• 1.1 ;Ai. NOTICE
Tlw State of Texaa, vs. J. O. Slum,
Et Ai. •' >
On tbis the Hth da.\ of December,
A. D. 1WH5, J. M. David, Hunter
Beatf and'T. F, Htark, special com-
inlst^oners nppolnted by the court to
•ise*a* dajinageM of J. B.. Brooks
whose place jf realdence |s un-
known. and fCT the unknown Juslre pt
.1. it. Brooks, wlroav name* and places
of residence are unknown, and of H.
H. Lyon#, whose place of residence
its unkiiovov .and ot the unknown
heirs of H, 11. Lyons, whose naniea
known, by reason of tbe construc-
tion, reconstruction and opening of
State Highway JSo. 87 aeroaa
and through cfertaln rear estate de-
scrtbed at follows:
The property heroin described Is
A "part of and ,out. of the, P. B. Curry
r mfc -y.vm iiHRffik
Vinton, offer* un-
Mrs. Beulah Mackey Yates
\ « ■ y'
and uses it exclusively in thjt
c ' • /"
LEADER COOKING SCHOOL
Crustene is a favorite shortening
witH good cooks everywhere. House-
8.X 41 W; 13 vrs. THENCE N
4:'."5i W. With the South edge of said
road 780.3 vis. to the place of be-
ginning, favc. and except that plain-
tiff and persone other than
plaint Iff, aud other than defendants,
own al| mineral rights and all vipbtH
incident thei^o. and perjwns other
than defendant^ own all the * tit«-
'ber thereon, for One" Hundred Kortv
$140.00) Dolla h wv^h. and One*
T'.ioufatrJ Two Hundred,.' -Sixty
| ($1,200.00) Dollars, evidenced by ope
* promissory note In said pay-
able In nine t ) «rual \annua] In-
; stalimentK, each In the ainount of
One liundre*) Forty ($140V\J0) Dol-
. j iurs, executed by X. 15. YodeR, ...and
[ payable to the order of lhe\ said
trustees, at Houston. llarrU Coun-
i ty, Texas, one (I ty t wo
utui 11aliew Survey
ty, Texas, 9rid being a.strip o.f land
within lh« limits "of the rigTTT'of way
of tbe proposed relocation of , State
; Highway No. 37 in Orange-County, i. pubikiuiou iuaoot ahull be notice to
Toxae, a surveyw( by the Division 'said defendants to appear at said
Engineer of the- State Highway Do- I tl«M> anil place, at ten o<?louk a. u .
for . distance
hundred and forty;
to Sta. 301-15 a point
Una of aoM. «d04*t*|.
No. 87 said point being cast eight
hutulitd and Sfven (307) fe«t from
the northwest corner of the. P. B.
Curry and Jlrouile 81ms tract con-
taining 4.S4 acres of land tv be used
for right-of-way purposes. !;
the fee simple title to which J ~.In
the above named defendants, aa is
wore. fully set out in said petition
of t^« State of Texas, acting by n d
throngh the <.-om" i* lonern' Court of
Orange CountyT'TWlas, v . J. O. Sims,
et al, filed with tit* Houotable Judge
Of Oninge County, Texua, on the 2nd
Jay of November. 1936, said Com-
missioners having been sworn to
usbcm* Mild damuge* fairly and Im-
partial, and in accordance with law,
do herefey jippolnt us the tfttef and
day of 1
and .limtUle Wms t« ct in !the Rieh- of hearing said parUes ln tha
i'ey -ln Orange Coun mjiiter, tilt office of the t'ouuty
kludge of Orange County, Texas, at
Orutw. Ti-ias, In said county, on
ilm ikih *|ay ot February, IMS, and
. TTpff - „
KANSAS CITY. Jvis.
Johnson sued a dairy
000 damages for the
husband, allegedly killed by * t
"Whoever beard of
a reputation ? • countered
torneys. .-'""C- ;
: ."That." • sald -J«dt..,C. "A. 3
<ontinning the c.ute. *1 « <
on which 1 wouH like to ha'
good authorities submitted."
* Chicks, started chicks, from tested
liens. Custom hatching. Hurry
Clark .Hatchery, Orunge. 1-21-24.
Seven room hotisa, nil fcottvenlehces.
Ft'lC UENT: Kurnishwl Apartments.
304 Fourth. <1-17-21),
I" 13). (our Jti). five
wives know ihatjehey can depend on
Crustene for every cooking purpose
—for cakes, for fine pastries, for hot
breads and frying. Two generations
of Texas housewives join Mrs. Yates
in giving Crustene their unqualified
We ask you, too, to try Crustene.
Look for the bright yellow carton on
your grocer's shelves. You will find a size convenient^
for your use—one-poundrfour-pound or eight-pound.
You will appreciate Crustene'* snow-white purity, the
fact that it is untouched bv jny hand until you open
the carton at home.,
PANCKI ST-PLATO COMPANY, di*lrib'ulort of Crustene
the 100% pure cotton oil shortening,
j en t
FUJI RKXT:, Three room furnished
apartment, -l 108 Elm.
-FOR llBji'l': Funrlsiheil apartntonl.
IXfXy Orange A.vo.
FOIi SADIv: FlVe room house $300.
I'odge sedan $10. W. K. Parker, 801
Rein street. ,(1-23-30).
hustmybe company, orange, texas, Distributors
'((ahv.six (ti), soy-
j, eight ft.iid nine W
years after date, wlthi 0 per celU 'Ttr-"
! terest per. anrrJui, with the option
j. of holder to mature said note on
failure to pay said riBTo" «'fi- any In-
j >taltment of principal-_or interest
^ thereon necording to Its term*, to-
- gethcr with 111 per cent attorney's
! That on or about the 2h6th day of
June, rs;i3. tbe owners and holders
! jf •said... no'te transferred 'tbe same,
together^! with the superior title to
said land and tin1 -vendor's lien se
.mrim SJiid not* to plaintiff here-
! in. That a vendors lien was re-
tained tj. sevu'e said note that
defendant. A, (i, Yodel*, • failed to pay
tny of said installments of said note,
or any interest thereon, and plaln-
! tiff has elected to mature all lnstall-
j merits tvhich ate now past due, and
I has placed said note i the hands of
j WiliijHns, Lee, Hears ;& Kennerly for .
j collectioii. that, the rental value of i
; said property sinie defeinlniit took.
| possession is; far in excess of the j
part consideration paid by defend-
ant's. ...V ■
" Plaintiff, relying upon its superior I
and pa-amount tilie, is entitled to J
have cotitrart of sale teruiin ite^
the deed and note canceled ivnJ^,
recover said land.
If plaintiff lie «"ot entitled to re-
xovxii- UIlder pauisraph 1, then ai; tut
al ei-pnttve plea, p,lalntiff .-tdOpts par-
agraph 1 and . further >a.vs it lUl
l:een d-.tna^ed in the o mount of
*l,500.i>i>. and is entitled to judg-
mest oh said fender's Hen note and
for foreclosure Jpt li>"i upon said
pro lie" ty and to have said land sol.l
In satisfaction of Its judgtpent. All
Is more -f-fully set out in plaintiff's
petition on file in this court.
- This Citation shall be returned On
the 2Tih day of-' FefirfufPy, J 930,
which i forty-two days after the
date it is Issuoil, and the first pub-
lication shall be at 'least, twenty-
eight days before said return day.
lIEKi lN' FAIl^XOT, but h^ve l>e-
fore , said cotirt ori said retain day
this writ with your return thereon.
KOlt S>AI.,IS: Koar- loot- stuian,
k«H.d, cheap; 110S "OTOHf^"ffyi;;
ahWinif how yon: hsve the
WITNESS,: .1. W. MI I.US. Clerk
of the DiMti isn t'ouri o;£ Harris t'onn-
OIVBN l'M>i;il MY IlAtfU and
seal of said Comt sit plTlc'o in lloun-
ton this the .-~3.tJ.th day of .lanuary, A.
IX 1380. J. w. Ml 1,1^, *
Clerk District Courf, llurrl County,
lly l,lewella Goodrich, Deputy.
contained 'on eaclr side of the center-
line of said Highway No. S7 shall be
Sixty; , feet (HO') ' and 'he Center-
line bi4hg more particularly describ-
ing wa« destroyed by lire -oarlr to-.
ctf as follows g.
B'KtJINXINO nt a' point In the.
centerliue' of relocated' ^tate High-1
way No. S7 at $ta. SIS-1-07 said, point
being in the dividing line between
the Powell 1 .umber Company tract
and the !!. B. Curry urid J'immie Slius
THENCE Xoi'lh ft dea. 50' went
may desire us to the amount of ilitui- I
ages to be tia«i s>ted against the Stale '
Accurately Fitted .
ON KAt.f "I >
To rho«< of Acceptali I* Credit
Dr. K H. Williams
College OraduaUd IJscaUMd
Dr. Pepper is an invigorating drink that gives
you that ENERGY UP feeling. There j
drink so refreshing. That tired feeling instant-
ly disappears when you drink a Dr Pepper.
'-- J '. .
we will ss&ve pr.
peppsr at the
Industrial Center of the West
In Amtrica's Newest Wheat Belt
With New Irrigation Systems
Adjoining; Growing Markets For Fruit,
Produce and livestock .
Read AbMit This Progrewsi ve City In The Ojtdtn
Pi U«m Edition el The Oylwtf' vd-Euminier.
Cooking School Authority
Beautiful And Efficient
OGDEN—Gateway to America's
Paved highways, railroads and airlines
stone. Zion. Grand Caitjnon, Glacier
from Oeden to Yellow-
■■■■■■ . WtJIM
and to nearer scenic spots with monumental
canyons or placid mountain lakes— coch cntmncing to
WRITE OGDEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PAGEANT AND .
Presmtlng true portrayals of
Utah's earliest days—together
with its most picturesque wild
western and range sports.
LAST FCLli WEEK IN
OGDEN LIVESTOCK SHOW
Assembled slnnuaUy in the great coliseum are the pick of
dairy and beef cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry ot the en-
tire west - one of America's greatest shows. V
HELD IN JANUARY, EACH YEAR
THE OGDEN f TANI>AR - EXAM IN EK
OGDEN, UTAH > :1
to address below.. ......... copies of
Progress Edition, issupd In January,
IMS, for which I enclose 10 cents per copy.
• « « « r« t
< . , " .,
. AT THE
LEADER'S] COOKING SCHOOL
Today, Tomorrow & Wednesday
—that the Gas Refrigerator
has no equal Tor beauty, sil-
ence, and economy.
—that a modern Gas Range is thet no dlher fuel can coro-
the most economical cooking pare with Natural Gas for pro-
j equipment known., viding hot water in your home
fir ff5 S VST Em
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 22, Ed. 1 Monday, January 27, 1936, newspaper, January 27, 1936; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307736/m1/3/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.