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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Make Quaint Doll for A Toy or Decoration She's bound to be the belle of the bazaar—this charming old- fashioned doll! She does equally well as decoration or toy and is so easy to make. Pattern 6433 con- tains a pattern and instructions for making doll; illustration of it; materials required. To obtain this pattern send 15 cents in coins to The Sewing Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th St., New York City. Please write your name, ad- dress and pattern number plainly. Moral: It's an Art To Know When to Fight A loud, noisy and particularly objectionable skunk, obsessed by its own prominence and the atten- tion paid to it, challenged a lion to single combat. The challenge was promptly declined by the lion. "Huh!" sneered the skunk, "You're afraid to fight me." "No," answered the lion, coolly, "but why should I fight you? You would gain fame from fighting me, even though I gave you the worst licking of your life, as I would do. How about me, though? I coul...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Local and Personal K. H. Bentley of Nacog- doches, arrived Tuesday to spend a few davs with his Mrs. James Zachry is visit sipter> AIrs. E. E. Justice. ing in Tulsa, Okla. * n ci n* - Miss Jeanette King of Aus- Dr. W. S. and R- s- y tin is the guest of Jane Brad- are in Louisiana on a fishing shaW< nP* , , J. D. Newsome, Bub Colgin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mar-1 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Heaton are tne proud parents of a son, Sidney Norman, born Thursday, August 81. at 7:15 p. m. Miss Ruth Sedberry. ol' Ft. Worth, returned home Mon- day, after a visit with her father, H. H. Sedberry. Miss Ruth is employed in the U. S. ko . of Henderson, p. t ^^'^«nadJl.nd Conservation d.pnrt- week end with home folks. Jnity, were in the city Tues,"'^ A T pr#pp> ^ Miss Mary Katherlne Kork- a-• Friday with velatives in Bro- mas, of Tyler, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sullivan, ken Bow, Okla. She was ae- Miss Juanita Torrans. Jr.. of DeQueen, Ark, were|companied liome by he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

I T -.JJair-; ;; The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In !! Marion County CuWsfc ur ° 3r/0 The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association f CflA?X y Covers Marion AndJ $ I'arts Of Cass And J Harrison Counties I ■ J .« ii A.f -• ■ I I A-t-J TV r TT. V TVWirr" 1 V N I I Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. September 15, 1939 VOL. 3— No 22 F GREAT IMPROVEMENT WITH T NORTHEAST TEXAS CLEANERS ME HERE By JOHN H. F.R1CKSON, County Agent, Emeritus Years ago, the farsighted citizens of Jefferson and Marion County joined hands and planked down enough cold cash to lay the foundation of the present Marion County Fair. That the fair has been a most valuable asset to the whole county, goes without saying, and today, the entire citizenship feels a deep pride in the ongoing of this fine Marion County institution, for indeed, that is what the Fair has become. Not a Profit Making Concern In the outset, no contributor expected to reap a fat dividend from th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. 0. (Bob) HRADSHAW. PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1870. in the position of being aggres-| tor government or a sor nations. Therefore it is pos-1 sible './hat the war will not reach such enormous proportions and that oeaee is possible within a reasonable time. We should not overlook the fact that these Subscription (In tin* County) Subscription (Foreign) SI.00 IVi SI.50 I'ci Vcar Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing oi 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. WRIGHT P ATM AN 'S countries are armed to the teeth and anything can happen. Our main concern right now is stay- ~~jingout of the war ourselves, reputation p, esjdent Roosevelt has assured us that he will do everything within his power to keep t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

WRIBBITO v- > v-. .•*; • . *. mmflNMp THE MARION COUNTY COURIER AGRICULTURE FOR COLORED Wallace Johnson, Superintendent Individual Entry Exhibits May be posters, sand table set up, units of work, etc. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 2 3. 24. 25. 2(1. 27. 28. 2!). 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 30. 1st Cotton, best 20 open bolls 75c Cotton, best stalk 75c Corn, 10 ears white dent 75c Corn, 10 ears yellow dent 75c Best two stalks corn 75c Popcorn, 10 ears, any variety 75c Hegeria, best 10 heads 75c Grain Sorghum, any variety, 10 heads 75c Soybeans, bundle, 5-in. center band 75c Sorghum, bundle, 5-in. center band 75c Oats, bundle, 5-in. center band 75c Corn Fodder, bundle, 5-in. center band 75c Peas, bundle, 5-in. center band 75c Sudan, bundle, 5-in. center band 75c Broom Corn, 10 stalks 75c Ribbon Cane, 6 stalks 75c Any other variety Syrup Cane. G stalks 75c Sweet Potatoes, 1 peck 75c Irish Potatoes, 1 peck 75c Best Watermelon 75c Best Pumpkin, field 75c Best Pumpkin, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Wisconsin Blacksmith Profits Despite Cars For the ordinary village black- smith the coming of the automobile has meant severe loss if not extinc- tion. But to August Zahn of Bailey's Harbor, Wis., the strident tooting of automobile horns is no more un- welcome than to a filling station op- erator. It merely means more busi- ness. For Zahn, who has plied his trade in Bailey's Harbor since arriving from Germany in 1904, is an artist whose hammer and anvil are used with the same care and finesse as the painter's brush or sculptor's chisel. His work includes fireplaces with all accessories, hanging lamps, ornamental stair railings, fine can- dlesticks and other articles. Now a white-haired man in his sixties, his face lined with deep fur- rows, Zahn is carrying on a family tradition of artistry in iron which goes back several generations. He served his apprenticeship in his fa- ther's shop in Zarrentine. Or any. Nor will the family t.v < 'i end with August, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

girt jBJMR***'' rr.' / 7 ^wuT "-O. J THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Whence Came Hereford Cattle The White Faced beef animal is result of hundreds of years of careful, scientific breeding. To- day a six months old Hereford calf is larger than its fully, _ _ . matured ancestor of the long!^al,ty Beef and Da,ry but dairy cows with milk rec ords six, eight and ten gallons of milk in a day. In the outset the wild cow barely supplied enough milk to sustain her calf. If yon attend the Marion County Fair Sept. 19, 23, you will have the opportunity of viewing some of the highest ago. Think of the advantage we £atlle "> be founU anywhere. .... therefore, be found of today enjoy over" that "of ^only | J® P°Wer a centurv ago. But how many of ti6 appreciate labor of those who bequeathed to us not odIv the wonderful beef type animals, i we urge you t> attend the judg- reallv 1 ng Thursday and Friday, Sept. 5 21-22. NEURITIS RELIEVE PAIN IN FEW MINUTES To relieve the torturing pain of Neuritia. R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

r' THE MARION COUNTY COURIER f GREETINGS FROM AVINGER Ginning - Buying Cotton and Cottonseed AViisGER GiN CO, Rhyne Simpson, Mgr. Offers the farmers of this section a service they appreciate — We gin your cotton and buy the Cotton and Seed — No delay. Our Prices are Always Better We congratulate the Marion County Fair and wish it much success. Best Wishes for an enjoyable and a successful fair! Let us serve you when you need anything in— GEMERAL MERCHANDISE A, M, Rhyne & Co, Serving Avinger and Vicinity for more than 40 years LUMBER Our Lumber is the best we can bring to our mill. Sold at a price that will let you build or repair at a time you need it. See or Phone— R. H. POOLE Lumber Caisajsasay Avinger, Texas Pltone 66 or 32 ..OUR NEW BUILDING will soon be ready. We will be prepared to give you still better service. ..Come see us for Gas, Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Fan Belts, Parts or Mo- tor Tune-Up. Cook Motor Co. Automobile and Truck Repairing In appreciation of their friendl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

* i< iiiMIHHi itfi >i>naiwm ■5WW, / . %. . r# ^ THE MAMON COUNTY COVRIER BETTER, GREATER E By; G. R. Heaton, County Agent The County and Home Dem- onstration Agents are making every effort this year to bring to the fair visitors something new, something different in the way of Agricultural and Home Economies exhibits. It is our sincere desire to get away from tho old "rubber stamp" type exhibit of an ear of corn or a stalk of cotton or a can of corn and turn more to educa- tional type exhibits that briefly tell a simple story, easily un- derstood by the most casual ob- server. To doubly stress this trend in agricultural tairs a number of the very best educational ex- hibits to be seen anywhere will be on display at the Mari on County Fair September 19 thru 23. Some of those Agri- cultural Educational Exhibits are 1. Forestry exhibit, furn - ished by the Texas Forest Service, which carries a brief but important story on forest- ry, An.industryjwhich has and still holds a rat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Dr. F. R. Roach Thanks Citizens Dr. F. R. Roach, who came to Jefferson in February of this year and opened offices at the Home Drug and in th« Taylor Bldg., asks the Courier to ex- tend his sincere thanks to the citisens of this section for their interest in his work. Dr. Roach now has an addi- tional phone at the Marion Ho- tel to accomodate any emergen- cy calls at night. In fact, Dr. Roach not only serves office calls, but is kept busy making calls all over the county. His telephones at the of/ice are 120 and 951.-i, and his reei denou at the Marion Hotel, 9r>04. QUEEN OF CYPRESS Cotton Variety Friday Will Be Demonstration Negro Day at Fair Mr. find Mrs. K. P." Chartier, who have been operating a barge on f Caddo Luke across have ferson, across: L.& A. , ftom Johnson's ranch, brought the boat to Je where it is located just the river below the bridge. Mr. Chartier says he will open at ti P. M. each evening, and invites the public to visit his new p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

MM ■„««. 2.;,. • i .;.*!'; . * \ ' * P «t I can finance your Plumbing and Water systems as extremely low interest rate. No matter whether you live in the country or city. HENCy fCCT Box 334 Licensed and Bonded Plumber Plenty bona fide local references All work guaranteed Prices reasonable ANTIQUATED EYEGLASSES ADD YEARS TO YOUR LOOKS. SELECT FROM OUR SMART, YOUTHFUL STYLES NOW. ONE LOW COST INCLUDES GLASSES AMD EXAMINATION. Let Us Examine Your Eyes! DR. SCHNITT —DR. LASKER—DR. VQSS EYES J repairs I CLASSES ! \WSK!!!]1V IfW G17 TEXAS STREET B L , TIME PAYMENTS EASILY ARRANGED Shreveport, La. 0 HIDE THE "T&P" Jicto J a re A CtierifUtkere, Cuettf bay Every day you can travel in "T&P" de luxe air-conditioned chair cars and coaches with modern washrooms, free soap and towels, free drinking cups, free pillows, and many other up-to-the-minute appointments not usually found in coaches and chair cars for wily 2 cents a mile— Round-trip coach rates are on an even lower basis. Round-tr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER 1896 OUR EXHIBIT NEVER CHANGES 1939 The Rogers National Bank Jefferson, Texas Safety Service Security Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Premium List, Marion County Fair, September 19th to 24th OFFICERS: CARL RALPH JEFF L. MANN C. R. HEATON NG President Vice-President Sec. & Treas. DIRECTORS: CARL RALPH JEFF L. MANNING MRS. ARCH McKAY MRS. HERBERT SPELLINGS .INO. H. ERICKSON SUPERINTENDENTS: Agriculture Livestock Dairy Cattle, Chairman Beef Cattle, Chairman Horses, Mules, Chairman Swine, Chairman Poultry, Chairman .1. L. MANNING .1. B. WHELAN VICTOR MEYER T. G, BROOKS HENRY RAINS A. K. STUART L. V. BOWEN C<)I,()I{KD DEPARTMENT: Women's Work INEZ WEAVER Agriculture WALLACE JOHNSON Vocational Work & 4-H Club Sanders & Givens RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. The 1039 Marion County Fair will he held in Jefferson, Texas, on September 1 "*39, at the Marion County Fair grounds. 2. A small admission charge i\.r ;,ilults and children will be made. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

•<* ■■ *; ■wmocjittt■j«<a^M)|awig<tti<wiwiwi i « I' f ft THE MAWON COUNTY COURIER The Value of a Permanent Pasture During the past few years the agricultural colleges and experimental stations have made a careful study of per- manent pastures and their value. Recent reports show the value of properly developed pastures range from $8 to $14 per acre. Thousands of acres of Marion County land could be converted into just such pastures. The largest prob- lem in making these valuable self-feeder crops is the invest- ment o f energy and horse sense. Any branch bottom cleaned up nnd kept mowed will soon produce a fine pas- ture, but to make the "best better-' it would pay to broad- cast a mixture of 8 or 10 lbs. of White Dutch clover. Ital- ian Ft ye or Rescue grass and a small quanity of Hup clo- ver of Korean Lespedesa to eifth acre of pasture. A dollar savad in feed is actually a dollar made. Attend the Marion County Fair Sept. 19 23, and get first hand information on pastur...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 15 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED TN THE ABOVE MINORS OR THEIK ESTATE Notice is hereby given of a hearing before the County Court of M a riou County, Texas, to be held on the 23rd day of September , A . D . 1939 , at the Courthouse of Marion County, in Jefferson , Texas , on the application of Mrs. Annie Fitzgerald , Cuaidian of the Estate of John Lawrence Fitzgerald , Bonnie Fitzger a Id « nd Leonard Fitzgerald, Minors, for permission to execute a mineral lease cov ering the interest of said minors in and to th* follow ing described tract of land in Marion County , Texas : A part of the N . Gup ton Survey of Marion County , Texus , being 20 acres out of the NEC of tht; Fitzger aid 105 acre tract in seid (J up ton Survey, and des cribed as follows: BEGIN NFNG at a point on the! Tex —La line , said point be nig I lie NEC of the X . G np ton Svy , the SEC of Ihe J . j French Svy and the SEC of the Grace I lag# tiro Barnes tract in said .1 . French Sur vey ; THENCE VV...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

vW cvvCOv mM Ld ft % 6 1 $ The Only Home J Owned Paper In f t Marion County + i i The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marion And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefterson, Texas, Friday. September 22, 1939 VOL. 3— No 23 THE FIRST ARREST FOR CATTLE STEALING HERE SIHCE OFFER OF REWARD FOUR NEW IMS CLEANING HOME WEII The first arrest on the charge of cattle theft in the county since the offer of the reward by the Marion Coun- ty Cattlemen's Association, took place Tuesday when Chief Deputy Sheriff Ercel Pyland and Chief of Police Milt Mott arrested Clifford and Norris Wilson. Thurman Luster and Ernest Thomas, all Negro youths under 21 years of a4s and chirged tlnm with stealing a cow from Charlie Sanders, near Smithland, and killing it and selling the carcass for beef. Those charged are reported to have confessed, and Thurman Luster was acquitted last year on the same kind of charge. This fast work on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

* .JfeMM I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBINE Conservative Trend Apparent In FDR's Crisis Appointments; 'Permanent' Congress Likely (EDITOR'S NOTE—When opinions arc expressed in these columns, they are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) _____________________ IieI(M8cd by Western Newspaper Union. TZ NORWAY CK«mb«rUwi addi liberation ©f CiacKi fo aKed «ims. which al- ready mclud* tma thing Hitlar •Ad rascuin? PoUi. FINLAND SWED J " IRELA GREAT _ . BRITAIN^-^ Chamberlain. Daladia form luprama wt council In •itr#0'din#ry laoat •fina, War preiiura Kuril German pro- duction. Stringont food rotion* ing imtitutod. Automobilo tiroi confiicotod. GERMANY HFRANCEn :r I Firit r a ports of joint Frtnctv Ruuie prepare* to int«rn flea- ing Poles. Army mobilised. Nasi engineers arrive to oid in ro- orgeniiing ineffectual Soviet industry. POLAND Long-«w«it*d reins bog down Gorman invasion. Waitorn front pressure fore a i with- drawal of some Naii diviiioni. worrie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

n ■.** wm. • - ■■■■ THE MARION COUNTY COURIER AT OCTOBER FIRST The advertisindg crew of tne Ringling Bros, and Barnuiu t Bailey circus rolled into Jeffer- son Saturday, and took to the highways and the bywayn with posters announcing the coming of the greatest show on earth to Marshall on Sunday, October 1 at the East Houston Avenue grounds, with the world's larg- est big top air-conditioned; Gar- gantua the Great, giant gorilla now exnibited in the menagerie a lestyled interior in drapes and giant tassels, and a new open- ing spectacle, " The World Comes to the World Fair Performances will be given at — ■ 15 and 8:15 p. m., the doors opening at 1 and 7 o'clock. The advance press agent states that Terrell Jacobs, the lion king, presents Jtlie largest group of performing lions and tigers ever assembled in Amer- ica-50 of them in a 50 ft. steel arena. Dolly Jacobs will offer her riding lion and leopards. Dorothy Herbert, the most famous' of all circus equestri- ennes, returned from Eur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

THE MARION COUIfTY gvardian's notice ok application to lease minor's interest in land Notice ia hereby jjiven that I, Afcnie L. Stiles, non-resident guardian of the Ewtate of William Stiles, n minor, have m&de application to the County Cfciirt of Marion County, Texas, for an order of court authoriz- ing me as such guardian to exe- cute an oil and gas lease cover- ing the undivided interest of the minor in tht following tract of land, to-wit: Beginning at the SE corner of the original 157-acre Ned Williams tract, on the state line between Texas and Louisiana; Thence West 2'JO vrs. to a stake for a comer; Thence North 195 vrs. to a suake lor a corner; Antiques Wanted Old Oxen Yokes, wagon wheels, Indian arrow heads, Indian relics, Curios, etc. Also furniture or heirlooms. See or phone R. H. WOOD Phone 72 or 232 «f I can finance your Plumbing and Water systems as extremely low interest rate. No matter whether you live in the country or city. HCNCy Box 334 Licensed and Bonded Plumbe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

— THE MARION COUNTY COURIER if Mm;.- 1 Simple Scrap Quilt Is Colorful and Gay T NOW A PLEASURE The old time calomel was the doctor's favorite remedy for bilious- ness or so-called "Torpid Liver," so prevalent In hot weather, but It had some serious drawbacks from the standpoint of the patient. The nauseating and sickening after- sity to P o effects and the necessity to follow It with a dose of Epsom salts made many of us hate to take It. Now you can really enjoy your calomel, for Calotabs make calomel-taking a ileasure. They give you the com- ined effects of calomel and salts, helping Nature to expel the sour, stagnant bile and washing it out of the system. One or two Calotabs at bedtime with a glass of water or sweet milk, —that's all. Next morning your system feels clean and refreshed, your head is clear, your spirit bright, and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you wish and go about your work or pleasure. Genuine Calotabs are sold only In checker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

GVARD APPLIC MINOR Nutic Annie gci'irdia mi.de a] Cfcurt o for nn c i B THE MARION COUNTY COURIER A NEW ELEMENTARY - We Must Raise $30,000 or Lose $80,000 to $100,000 Which The present Elementary-Junior High School heating system is inefficient and a menace capable of repeating the New London tragedy, here in Jefferson. A new heating system and needed repairs to the pres- ent building will cost about one-half the total sum we must raise to make this district eligible for W. P. A. funds of from $60,000 to $80,000. Sketch from the plans of the new Element Sam S. Starrett and Wm. R. Rat The present High School and Elementary Junior High School are handicapped for lack of playgrounds* The pro- gram for which this bond issue is necessary will provide sufficient grounds for both schools and give Jefferson citi- zens as well as the students a much needed swimming pool which should yield substantial revenue. Open Letter from Supe The undersigned citizens, voters, and tax payers of Jefferson...

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