The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1935 Page: 4 of 9
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JASS COUNTY SUN
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EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
thkcas8 COUNTY SUN publtaheil «V*ry
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Coinmissionera « f Cass
County, Texas, will receive com
petitive bids to ten o'clock a m
on the I3tb day of May 1935, at
the Court House iu Liodeu,
Tpxhs, on the following describ-
ed road machinery. One or
more tractors of nut less than
forty horse power aud at said
rates op subscription;
Single copy per year 1.00:
'• si* months ' 50 cents
No paperssent out without the cash j time and place said court will
fa advancf. ; proceed to let a contract if any
hid be accepted
Obituary notices and cards of thanks
wit be inserted at Five cents pei line, i in five per cent of the amount of
bid required, and the Court re-
serves ihe right to reject any or
I all bids.
If Mfiv contract is made the
T. E. L. Class Social.
The T. E. L. Class of the Bap- J
tint 8. 8. met in their regular
business and social last Friday
at Mrs. 0 R Taylor's. It was
iu the form of an April fool, we
were told that the meeting was
to be at Mrs. T. G. Williams,
when they arrived there they
found the door locked arid a card
with April Fool and an arrow
pointiag to Mrs. Taylor'*. We
bad lots of fun watching them as
Certified check I they went. We also conducted
through a park to see the differ
ent auimals there. There was a
good deal of merriment over this,
Our reports for the month were
unusually good. Had 10 on bon-
Mrs. Bob Howe of Atlanta
County Chairman of the Cen
tecoial committee addrpssed a
large audience of II D. C. repre- j ' . ,1 or roll and our collection for the
. . court intends to issue interest , ,-o- , „ .
scntatives at county meeting I month was $4-< 82. Wo voted
held in Lioden Saturday April G j bearing timo warranty or ,l ' 01 to |0VP ^ower to Mr. Davis, J
She stressed the fact that CassiPrtrt payment thereof, in HQ | who has been sick for the past I
county has a big part to pluv in amount not to exceed $2,000 00 j jpw roonthS( a|,,0 to Vliss I)m|Ih' j
said warrants to bear interest at. (Joodman Glad to have Mrs. .1.1
DRESS UP FOR
Taylor & Allen's
THE MODEL DRY GOODS STORE
helping to make the Texas Cen
tennial a success The use of the rate of 6 per cent per annum
native material, hard v shrubs anfj (|)t) tull amount of said war ■
&Dd llowers will make the farm rants to mature at a date not
homes attractive. (later than April 1st 1937.
Many farm women are making, S(jm L nel,Person, County
noted improvements with verv ja(lgH> 0aw c u..ly Texas
little cost off money by careful
planning find work.
The highways that are being
beautified must be protected
rather than deutroved. Every
citizen ban a part in this program
to make ('ass county as beautiful
that tourists must want to cross
our county on their return as
well an on coming to Texas
Mr:./. B Whitaker, of Nara
Vi9a, N. M , is making an ex-
tended yisit with his daughter,
Mm H D. Nelfnn, his son and
daughter-in-law having motor-
fd through with him, coniinu- al Soul Winner. W. E Barnes.
" 1 •"< " Songs and Prayers.
.1 Early as visitor.
The hostesses served delicious
Angel food cakp, fruit salad with j
whipppd cream and ice tea.
Pastor's and Worker's It is rime to get your
Conference j PERMANENT WAVES For
To meet, with Zion Hill Baptist'
Church, Tuesday April 16, 1935,
J. N Cornelius, Pastor.
TilEME: SOUL WINNING
10 a. m Devotional—I. G.
10:15. The Pastor and his at
fcitude toward the lost of biacom
munitv.--E B. Hamilton.
10:35. The church and her at-
titude toward the lost of the
Community —C I>. Porter.
10:55 .Jesus the Model I'erson
ing their trip by wav of Hot
Springs National Park through
Okla. enroute home.
Mr. Whitaker paiped his 81st
mile April sixth, gets about re-
markably well, figures h" has
maintained the cares and re
sponsibilitieK of a home enough
to spend sometime among his
children His chief pleasure is
reading his Bible, scanning ov-r
the papers and doing little odds
til at he finds to bo done.
11:30 Sermon, "New Testa-
ment Evangelism. — Morris A.
1:30. Devotional —N. A. Flelms
Sanitary- B:aiity Sh-jp
CURLEE CLOTHES, JOHN
B. STETSON HATS FOR MEN
' Pny jour subi-cnpiiou to
SUN It is now due
Had 140 in S S last Snuday
To the Farmers in our Trade Territory,
Particularly Marion, Cass, Harrison
and Morris Counties
$500.00 in Cash Prices for the one
Raising the Most
BLACK EYES ON FIVE ACRES
. 75 00
. 50 00
. 25 00
. 15 00
Sorry our Superintendent was
absent und also several teachers
Glad to have several visitors
whom we always welcome. For the last two or three years we have had rather hard sea-
Bro Morris A Roberts, who is i s uis on Peas, genera! y loo dry We cannot tell what this seasort
our District. Missionary, now ! will he, hut by the law of average it should tie better And as for
living in Pittsburg, brought a jibe price, we think it will also he better.
great message at the morning I Wh trust y < > u will he interested in this contest. You can't
2:00, The church preparing for, hour, Hnhjerl being, "Present lose, a- we agree to hoy your peas if you w*nt to sell them Yod
World Conditions a Challenge to! improve your land and ih« little extra money in Ju'v and August
a revival —T. B Randolph
2:3o, Plans for the Associa
tional soul winning campaign
aud soma kindlings for evangel
ist.ical (ires —I. P Olive.
Come to this meeting, bring
others with you.
i p|ea e announce this meeting
Subscribe for the Sun, jo your church next Sunday.
■—l w iiKWut • ■ -t"vry..cflaPrffltw.T'"
You will Enjoy Your
to THE LINDEN
VARIETY STORE, For
| there you will see many
| things that you need, and |
% at Reasonable Prices.
Some of the things you
will find are listed below*
House hold paint ^AXY 0 )L0R) 10c
(Sanforized > $1.25
Oil Cloth new patterns 25c
Coveralls for the kiddies 65c |
Socks 10c up |
9x1# Linolium Rugs $5.98 |
MANY OTHER THINGS CAN BE FOUND
5 AND NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING
DAILY. DON'T FORGET TO VISIT THE
Baptist People "
Pastor brought good message
at, evening service on "The Rich
est Heir "
Had good B T U attendance
with several of the Intermedi
atea and Seniors givinij reports
of the meeting in Gladewatar
Pastor preached at Corinth
Saturday night and Sunday af
Don't forget, our prayer ser-
vice each Wednesday evening.
Still studying the book of He
brews which is real interesting
Nolicc By Administrator to make M in-
cral lease of Real Estate.
In Re' Administration <>f the Rstate of
,-hou d come in handy. And some uiih is going to Win first prize
of $200 00 and sit others are going to win priz-s totaling $800 00.
If you are interested please communicate witti us or your grocery
merchant for particulars and entry nlaok It will enst you noth-
ing and we believe it will he well wor'it your time.
If you do not wish to enter thi« ennte-t, plant,some Blackeyes
or Creams anyway. We will huv them IVas tdiould be planted
as soon us possible and not Inter than the 10'h of May, so as to
come i ff in i i*rlv Aug'.Ht. [f yon havn't seed or citiniiit get theiQ
from -otrie nf your neighbors, you can buy gand • ■ a 11 f • r n i n Black-
eye hehrj from your merchants Plant sottn-thlug ymj ran bell
when you need something to sell
1 be County Agent heartily endorses ihis 'anipaign and urges
the uH« of your rented Heres for this purpo-e "!'• us for mmiey
and vit e>< fur fao'l "
JEFFERSON WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
-W'.-r:-:C'r'f?'"US/lias : -T' -
Orders of the Commis-
sioner's Court April 8
O A. Landrum wax appointed
I'onatuhlR of Preejtict 8 (Juhs Co.
The Bonds of the Atlunta Nu
Angelina Scott Tlivis et al No 177."?
County Court of Cass county, Texas.
Vacation Term, A. P I1W5
Notice is hereby given that I, John
Conley, administrator of the estate of
Angelina Scott Davis, Jeff Davis, Mary riofm, Hrtflk Hm'unri,v Deponito-
1 Seott Conley and Mack Conley deceased
•. . ,, . i .• , ry were approved und funds nr-
have this day filed my application in the ' '
above entitled itid numbered cause for dered transferred from I* irnt. Nit
an order of the County Judge of Cass'tional Bunk IItlifhes Springs to
county, Texas, authorizing me as admin-j Atlanta National Bunk.
istrafor of said estate to make a mineral . .
, . ,. An order wa« paused to have a
lease upon such terms as the court may '
order and direct, of the following realty test made III ( ilHS County for
belonging to siid estate: Being 20acres, tlltiercular cattle. Tbe test will
more or less, in the S. 12 J. M. Watson he compulsory. All cattle in-
survey in Cass County, Texas, same be- I sppctHfJ wj|, h„ kiM(,(j Hf)fJ p,li(J fop
ing taken from the deed records of Cass ^, , , ...
... ,, . ,, ,, . this work will be done bv veter-
county, Texas, Vol. P-3. |>tige 2>G, to
which reference is made for all ptirposfs. inarieu employed by the govern
Second Tract; Being North of stiH Uient.
^ o«t \
„ ol oUt
Hearse and Ambulance Service
Pant Hardware Co.
Farmers we call your atten-
tion lo the ndil regarding tbe
peas contest Every farmer
should enter this contest and
Iribive tract m he „ime ,urviy and The Court ordered the purchase «t ri ve to wi n first prize.
I County and containing 3& acres-, more or c .. , r „ I
j ^ss | of three mules for precinct 7 One I ,
I Said application will i* heard by the fractor for precinct ) | An "^vltaion.
Cotinty Jurlge at the eburthouse In the An order was passed bv thn . ' ' H "nPy thit
city of Linden, Texas, on thr* 22nd dny pn..rt tr. nu.,n tL4« lnnnflr, * s( J Jin ^ VttHthiu for ynu
Of April A. D. .1m. I " . ^ pteCR tht mnnP> r™V- i to SUhscribe; we are sending the
I John Conley administrator tor An. ' by th« COOntJ from ^0 horse 3„„ dllH ^mi Wp, k,y D-|U>
gelina Scott Davis, JefT Davis, Mary rucing flindff into the COIJtity gen | J>}ews NOW for $f 50 Kllal*
Scott Conley and Mack Conley, decssed. eral fund. This amounted to your order
two hundred for this tirst year.
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1935, newspaper, April 11, 1935; Linden, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341160/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.