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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 July 1939

CONTRACTING Thats Our Business Pipe Lines Welded or Screwed. 2 Pressure Pipe Taps. 3 Production Equipment Installation 4 Complete Foundation Work. 5 Steel Derrick Work. 6 Drilling 1000—2300 Ft. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Also Ofter Enginee.ing Designs Folly In- sured . Get Our Prices ' '-"-v. Local News Happenings IteoM of Intereac About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There bj tl>e Man About Town tm* majwonoowtt Riverside Barber Shop HAIR CUT . 25c SHAVE hoc Andrew Thompson, Prop. : Voir Patronage Appreciated ICVjMiiM a Complete gasoline power- Mr wfillv ed Wilson Drilling Rig at Reasonable Price. A. One Condition. 40 Acre East End Lease—1 Well producing Nacatosh Wood Egineering & Construction Co. W. Lee Wood, Arp, Texas Office Phone Arp 74 Home Phone Tyler 4709 Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Smith, of Tyler, were visitors here Tues- day. L. A. Thompson was Miss Jsanette Taylor left Thursday for a visit with rels tires ia Gilmer. Master N. L. [Corky] aess visitor to Marshall Tuesday, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 July 1939

% "a* ~~V „ *vW rr EAST TEXAS MAY SEEK KTIOIt IN FREIGHT RATE ey into the fight. In advising Attorney General Gerald Mann today of his plan to team ths wishes of East Texas lops; BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the said' John Speake Headright sus- vey, a stake from which a Lonjfview, July 24 -How and to what extent East Texas busi- ness and agriculture wish to join !n a proposed case before the Interstate Commerce Com- mission for downward adjust* nitsnt of Southwestern Inter- state freight rates is to be de- termined by the Eest Texas Chainber of Commerce by a poll of interested Kust Texas groups, Hubert M. Harrison, viee presi dent and genera! manager, an- nounced today. This action has been decided on following the first of a series of preliminary conferences of representatives of Texas, Okla- homa, Louisiana and Arkansas held last Saturday in Hot Springs to plan a Southwestern freight rate case. Curtis Morris represented the East TexaB Chamber at the conference, "It develop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

L / t C/L< * *> I / Is Fiftrbi Ceuaty The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Gey see MitiB Ami'. Parts Of Gut Ab4 Harrison Counties 6 & Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. August 4, 1939 VOL. 3— N« 11 four Mow Wells Create Interest Everyone Urged to Boost Marion Fair By John H. EricksoN, County Agent Emeritus As proof of the oft repeated .statement that "Time and Tide Wait For No Man", it it only necessary to take a squint at the calendar and be reminded of the near ap- proaching dates of the Marion County Fair—Sept. 19—24. Think of it! Less than two months in which to prepare te conduct one of, it not the best, fairs in history. After all these years of struggle and toil by a mare handful of interested citizens to build an institution of vital importance to Jefferson and Marion county, the question naturally arises as to why so few contribute ol their time and means to so worthy a purpose. Suppose everyone shou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER ( WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBlNE U. S. Rupture of Japan Treaty Seen as Isolationist Decision In Wake of British Surrender (EDITOR'!* NOTE—When opinions are expressed in these columns, they •re those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) Released by Western Newspaper Union. INTERNATIONAL: Focus on Japan The word "defeat" laid heavily on Neville Chamberlain's brow. In Tokyo, his British Ambassador Sir Robert Leslie Craigie had signed peace terms with Japan in which Mr. Chamberlain's government promised not to obstruct the Jap- anese army in its war with China. But first guesses are sometimes wrong. Though Berlin's Voelkischer Ifeobachter sneered "Very Dis- agreeable, Mr. Chamberlain," and though Secretary of State Cordell Hull warned this meant the end of U. S.-British "parallel action" in the Orient, Britain herself felt satisfied. To Shanghai's British chamber of ML .< i AMBASSADOR IIORINOUCHI More bud news is coming. comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

~T3S«' THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Design Luncheon Mat And Napkin Yourself By RUTH WYETH SPEAKS The luncheon mat and napkin shown here offer a suggestion for a way to use your cut-out de- signs for simple but effective applique work. The long sides of the mats are hemmed and the ends faced with one-inch bands of green, as at A. The napkins are also hemmed on two sides and faced with green bands on the other two. The stem Plans for the 1939 American Legion Convention t^iY^Arl I A irAiim KKinnr |a 1 ■/«U| in UIICclQO! New Che ramea loiiseum Brings ro Lignt a jpter in Nation's Presidential History for the bright red cherry follows a circular line embroidered in green outl'ne stitch. The leaf is of the green material. Ex, eriment with cutting the cherry and leaf in paper. When you have cut a design that pleases you, make a pattern in lightweight •cardboard. Cut the fabric a little larger than the pattern, clip the edge as at B; then press it over the pattern with a warm iron as at C to ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

THfc MARION COUNTY COURIER TME MARION COUNTY CONRIEI R. 6. (Bob) SRADSHAW PUBLISHER in pout office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. H fcaoriTrti*« (la thr c*anty) Hato-riptUa (forri^B) $I.M Per Year $1.5* Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion Cpunty Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brwifht, to the attention of the publisher. Enj*y Fiahinf Trip Scout Leaders Meet With Edward Taylor Troop lea^ars council meeting mot at. the home of Edward Tay- lor, Scoutmaster for Troop 212, at 8 o'clock. "The Troop Pro- blems" being the theme of th« meeting and the problems were discussed fully and plans for a morecomplete Scouting program for the future was worked out. This was the lirat meeting of the troop leader* since the troop wkk organized in May, 1938. A regu- lar mouthy meeting to be held by this group was planned....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

NjMilM'TWr—«t< i THE MARION COUNTY COURIER CONTRACTINC That* Our Business 1 Pipe Lines Welded or Screwed. 2 Pressure Pipe Taps. 3 Production Equipment Installation 4 Complete Foundation Work. 5 Steel Derrick Work. 6 Drilling 1000—2300 Ft. Also Offer Enginee.ing Designs Fully In- sured . Get Our Prices Local News Happenings Items of Interest About Garnered Here and There You and Your Friends by the Man About Town Riverside Barber Shop ~ HAIR CUT . asc SHAVE aoc Andrew Thompson, Prop. : Yoir Patronage Appreciated Sid Brown was a business vis itor to Vivian Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peterson re- lumed from a trip toGalveskon. Opal Frazer, of Mias Chapel, was in the city Tuesdey on busi- ness. Mrs. S. W. Moseley visited her son, Hayw od Moselcv and family, in Marshall this week. Ethelyn Kennedy, doughterof Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Kennedy, returned from a visit toMt. Ver- aon Saturday. • John Henry Holley, of Atlan- ta, visited friends and relatives here over the week end. Mrs. Hattie De...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Even a Beginner Can Knit This Bedspread Fun for the Whole Family By ED WHEELAN BIG TOP Jeff Bangs has a plan to put an end to "Silk for all. Fowlers scheming once and 7 pete's right, &OSS - /^ONE of us like -THAT biro - he's TOO HIGH HAT FDR US •" &OTW THE AFTERNOON AMD EVENING SHOWS P/.A7ED TO GOOD AUDIENCES JSND AFTERWARDS JEFF &AHGS HUPf?IE& &ACK TO HIS CAR WHERE HE FtJUNO THE Vt/O CANVASMEN WAlTlN<3r FDR HIM - HERE'S THE WHOLE THiN£ IN A NUTSHELL - 'Silk" RDWLER,My EQUESTRIAN DIRECTOR, VJILL EE HERE SHORTHAND I MAV HAVE TO. CALL ON VOL) BOTH "To GWE HIM THE WORK6*- ROUGH HIM OP GOOD ^ ^ ^ AND PLENTy .'!^ y \\ \>) 3 say "THAT would EC A real pleasure, guy'mor - i've often wanted to take a Good sock at that guv ox. eovs, we'LL " RIGHT cown TO BUSINFSS (Jo /how r ^= \\VN\\N Pattern 6411 Fr«*k Ja; Mark#; SyadUaU. lit. LALA PALOOZA —She's Sorry She Spoke By RUBE GOLDBERG YOU GO DOWN HER6 A PACE TILL YA GIT TA HI BAGGERLY'S ARTICHOKE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

in — V , !• Smart New Fashions For Now and Later UERE'S a charming new pat- tern (1784) that gives you a pretty sleeveless dress, with a jacket that transforms it into the nicest kind of street suit. It's de- lightfully simple and cool—very easy to make, with flattering frills as the only trimming. Chiffon, georgette, silk print, flat crepe and linen are smart materials for this fashion. Girl's Play Suit. There's a place in every girl's life for the smart little play suit and suspender skirt that buttons all down the front. Cool, comfort able and easy-to-wear for summer play, it will be nice for school in the fall too. The shorts are be- comingly flared, and the blouse has a becoming sports collar. Gingham, pique, linen and broad- cloth are nice cottons for this out- fit, 1786. No. 1784 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 16 re- quires 6% yards of 39-inch fabric, without nap for dress and jacket with three-quarter sleeves; IVi yards of trimming. No. 1786 is designe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Cann.ng Plant For Marion County Is Being Talked Here Accompanied by several inter- ested persona, County Agent C, R. Heuton Tiaited the canning plant at Atlanta Friday to study the plan# and its operation. Each phase of the workings of the plant, was described by Mr. Adams, superintendent, and the visitors come back to Jefferson with the idea to consider #8lab- lishing a similar plant in Marlon Coil*'J". Mr. Hoaton states tfeey w«re canning tomatoes at the time and it was brought out by Mr. Adam! thai tr.e supply from hel plant was just able to meet the demand. Also brought to the attention of the group was the gVeat de- mand for voungberries and that possibilities for growing young- berries in Marion county on a commercial basis seeme J bright The day was taken up at he plant with each operation dem- onstrated throughly. Those visiting the plant were: H. D. Carter, R. R. Morriion, Mr. and Mrs. R. Suber and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Su ber, Artie Stewart. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

2 VL Cwuty I? ^ / The Marion County Courier U^v i-if And Official Organ of tJ e Marlon County Agricultural Association i Parts Of I Ilarriso* Oou Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. August 11, 1939 VOL. 3— N« 12 Hume Test TWO BALES OF C0T10N RECEIVED HERE WEDNESDAY Jefferson received the first bale of the year Monday in fact two bales were brought here Perry Holland reach- ed here about 2 p. m., with a bale, but the two gins were not ready and he didn't get his cotton ginned but sold it Monday. J. W. Lemmon bought the Holland bale, paying 10 cents per pound. Marvin Moseley brought in a bale Monday afternoon that was raised by R. E. Wadkins a negro farmer at Smithland and it was ginned by T. G. Brooks as soon as it reached the gin and Mr. Moseley brought the bale on to town arriving here around 4 p. in., and sold it to A. S. Harvey for 10 cent per pound and carried it to the com- press A premium of $30 was made up for the first bale. AllOU COUNTY CATTLEMEN SATURDAY, AUBUST ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaRINE Hatch Bill, Lend-Spend Defeat Doom 3rd Term Possibilities; Congress Permanently 'Rebel' (EDITOR'S NOTE—When opinions are expressed in these columns, they are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) ___________— Released by Western Newspaper Union. GLOATING, JUBILANT REPUBLICANS (SEE CONGRESS) Michigan'% Mapes, Massachusetts' Martin, Michigan's Wolcott. CONGRESS: Rout In one day the senate ground out 229 bills. The house turned out 244 in six hours. One of these provided $2,500 for an oil portrait of ex- President Hoover, a Republican who fell into disrepute when Franklin Roosevelt came to power. In a way this was symbolic, for it was Re- publicanism's day to howl and Franklin Roosevelt's hour of gloom. Passed by the senate, his emaci- ated lend-spend bill had limped from the hostile house banking com- mittee, finally reaching the floor where a motion was made to con- sider it. Growled the rules com- mittee's Carl R. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

I THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Showing the Latest Button-Front Styles WONDER button - front 1 drosses are so popular for midsummer! They go on without .mussing your hair or getting .mussed themselves. They look so smart, crisp and tailored, and they are easiest of all to press! No. 1787 is an unusually pretty version, so easy to make that even beginners •can do it. Inside pleats make your ■waistline small. Gathers give a nice round bustline. Make this of Q S<niin l f rauifn women imfsTsuun-'Si U SHOW WHITE PETROIEUIIJEUV SHOPPING ping tour is in I g~\ 't! Y y°ur favorite easy- JL (7 W I chair,with an open ■■newspaper. Make a habit of reading the advertise- ments in this paper every week. They can save you time, energy and money. tttttti i fttoloaue. toj-i ove. By MARTHA OSTENSO IU - O MARTHA OSTENSO—WNU SERVICE I !1 II ! li II i li i; ***• i i ii i i ii i i ii i i ii i ; ii i i ii i gingham, linen, pique or shark- skin, and trim it with lace or braid. Buttons to the Waistline. A new...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER TIE MABKM COMTY COMIER R. O. (Bofel BRADSHAW « PUBLISHKR CiiVnmt im po«t affirm at Jefferson, Texas a« second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. rmiiitrm— (1m the Ccast?) $1.«# Per Tear Hrtwtpflia <F*reif ) $1.5# Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought, to the attention of the publisher. EAST TEXAS SCOOT CARAVAN POSHED Citation by Publication To the Sheriff or any Con- stable of Marion Connty, greetings: You arte heieby commanded to summon J. H. Quarles by making publication ef this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, if there be a newspaper pub- lished therein, but if not, then in thu nearest County where a newspaper is published, to appear at the next regular term of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

VI II r re Ir • ' ' ■trnrnmmmm, L - . ...... ......... . uL «- THE MARION COUNTY COURIER CONTRACTING Thati Our Business 1 Pipe Lines Welded or Screwed. 2 Pressure Pipe Taps. 3 Production Equipment Installation 4 Complete Foundation Work. 5 Steel Derrick Work. 6 Drilling 1000—2300 Ft. Also Ofter Enginee. ing Designs Fully In- sured . Get Our Prices Local News Happenings You cad Your Friudi by the Men About Tows Itcmc of Interest About Garnered Here *nd There Riverside Barber Shop HAIR CUT . ajc SHAVE ioc Andrew Thompson, Prop. : Your fttrsasie Appreciated Miss Mary Evelyn Martin returned Monday from a visit in Kilgore. Miss Dorothy Nell Hood has returned from a visit in Dal- las. For Sale Complete gasoline power- ed Wilson Drilling Rig at Reason&ble Price. A. One Condition. 40 Acre East End Lease—1 Well producing Nacatoch Weed Egineerisig & Construction Co. W. Lee Wood, Arp, Texas Office Phone Arp 74 Home Phone Tyler 4709 Mrs. R, E. Golman o f Shreveport, spent ihe week with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT SCHOOLS By ED WHEELAN BIG TOP \NE GET IT.GTCWWOR! SO WHEN VAC?WE- *TVI' WORt?, WE'LL GO To MJOPk ON WCLL.VAlHETHER vou LIKE "SILK "FOWLER OR NOT. I'LL HAVE TO KEEP HIM AS W/ EQUESTRIAN DIRECTOR FOP A WHILE, BUT THERE'S A LITTLE PROPOSITION To \NUiCH HE'S GOING To AGREE "TONIGHT OR ELSE....! DO VOV get \r, eoys ■*.. , „ ^ GDE NOV! PUT ON these MASKS HE'LL &E M\NUTE HEY - WHAT IS THIS ?!! ^AV.iTfe = GONNA EE LIKE ONE OF THE* MOVIE "THRILLERS, AU. GLAD To SEE VOL),"SILK HAVE A SEAT HOW" EDWHtEl*^" m By RUBE GOLDBERG LALA PALOOZA —Romance Must Wait for Civic Pride now what! a lot of fools blockin' keep yer shirt on. sister - th' justice is playin' the tuba in the band an' the parade's only started SAY, OrrlCcR, I gotta find the justice of the peace quick- i wanna get married AH, gonzales"! "paradise", my here we are k love! how , at last '\ appropriate! up the stree...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

mm ymf* .m I TV THE MARION COUNTY COURIER it Lttw Wm Dress Your Chair i Chic Fur Ingeniously Trims and Davenport Alike p wr -i p 'c 11 r 1 Gorgeous Woolens lor ball By CHER1E NICHOLAS ' ■2r1,5- mm- ■ k*$~\ ®j=y fci Pattern 6391 Now you can make your chair and davenport sets to match. And they're all in this simple crochet j that works up so quickly. The davenport head rest is made of two chair backs joined with the | border crocheted around the three , sides. You'll be proud of these j matched sets! Pattern 6391 con- 1 tains directions for making the 1 set; illustrations of it and of stitches; materials needed. To obtain this pattern, send 15 cents in coins to The Sewing Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th St., New York. Life First Life comes before literature, as the material always comes before the work. The hills are full of marble before the world blooms with statues.—Phillips Brooks. mmmm SANDWICHES MAINSTAYS OF SUMMER MENUS (See Recipe Below) Jlsk Me Jlnother ft A Genera...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 August 1939

THE'MARION COUNTY COURIER « ; f'l * DREAMS OF YEARS AGO (Contlnuad from p*c 1) reached caprock at 2285 and cor- ed 46 feet of broken land rich with oil showing, he felt, that at last hia faith in this section had keen rewarded. But, Mr. Jett gays, then was not at the scientific stage it is today, and hi« driller did not have the experience to deal with tricky sand and shale,1 fri«nds, and was disappointed and although the well flowed, the Jn tjje his boyhood bottom ca\ d in and the wall Chuaa L. C. Braden, wai out of biggest fi«id of oil ever discover- ed will be reached. If r. Jett haa made many at- temps to get other drilling dene here and haa beea here etany times with lota of people with money to go ahead wilth drilling in this area and he is extrmeiy proud to see as much actively in this section and looks forward drilling Bee thousands of derricks over this section. Mr, Jett has bee* enjoying his visit with his boyhood was abandoned; yet the oil still rnna into Kitchen ereek. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

i m i ■> >,«•> tff : * i • :> , ;; The Only Home ;; 11 Owned Paper In !! Marion County ! ca / The Marion County Courier And Official Orftan of the Marion County Agricultural Association & ;; Covers Marion And! '<! Parts Of Cass And ; I Harrison Counties ; ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. August J3r1939 VOL. 3— No 18 JEFFERSON SCHOOLS WILL OPEN 1838-40 TERM SEPTEMBER I1TH Jefiersou schools will open for the 1939-40 fall term September 11th, it was announced at a meeting of the trustees Saturday. Building and grounds are about ready, with minor repairs yet to be made. These are expected to be com- pleted within the next few days. At the meeting the local schools contracted for teack- ing the grade students of District No. 4 of Marion county. These students will be transported in county school busses assigned to the to District. Members at the meeting were: Cruce Stark, city superintended J. R. Corneleus, G, C. Cunningnam, Hope Hugh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

classified department THE MARION COUNTY COURIER RIP TOP Jeff Bangs, circus owner, calls hit troublesome ringmaster to his office and Blu 1 '•-! the By ED WHEELAN auction schools Walters*"*r "adua'e? was paid $5*277. by Texas University, November 11. 1938. 3 weeks term opens S^t lS TiilHon $100. fASH or auto terms. FREE ROOM RENT. CARPENTERS AUCTION SCHOOL <S4th Year. 4400 Graduates), Lubbock, Texas. remedy "THERE's AlO NCEO to BR alarmed A ''silk" - have a seat - these gentlemen wont hu(?t vou . VOL) C-CANT GET AWAY MJITH "THIS, 3EFF — I'LL HAVE 1PE LAW ON YOU IE "THESE "MUGS SO MUCH CALM VOURSELF. My FPIErND amp relav - all you HAVE "TO DO IS JUST SIGN THIS LITTLE^ PAPER AND EVER/THING VWIU- E>E PINE AND QV DAHPy f k fraBk ) r I «j LALA PALOOZA —Lala Meets Justice Splice of Stoogeville By RUBE GOLDBERG ^YOP, HE COME BACK FROM MARCHIN A SPELL AGO BUT LALA, THBRE'S HIS HOUSE - IT SAYS "HIRAM SPLICE-JUSTICE OF THE PEACE" WELL, HE OUGHT TO BE HOME FROM THAT FOOL PARADE BY NOW HEL...

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