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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 October 1939

bt... HJ W gill IIII—■IIHII III—M— THE MARION COUNTY COURIER I llflSlll^ iP V issifSK T\ v ky, > I • I Will You Help , Make Somebody's S H I P M4 E By Subscribing to the Marion County Courier Or by Extend- ing Your Present Subscription for as Long a Term as You Possibly Can? TBIS a IPP1ST11ITT WEES! ii 12.500 BONUS VOTES f Are Famed on Each Group of Subscriptions Totaling "Five Years" Reported by Oct. 28 (* -; VA- : h?.-: w , • • $788.00 Master Chevrolet Town Sedan 1940 Model. Fully Equipped. On display at Jefferson Motor Co., Jefferson, Texas If selected will be purchased from Jefferson Motor Company It is understood and agreed that winner of Major Awards will re- fund their commissions upon presentation of awards 2nd Prize Trip to Los Angeles or $200.00 in Cash $835,00 Plymouth Roadking 1940 Model. Fully Equipped. On display at WALKER MOTOR COMPANY Dodge and Plymouth Dealers, Jefferson, Tex. t If selected will be purchased from Walker Motor Company It is understood and agreed t...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 October 1939

: #*£ J r- i < / L THK MARION COUNTY COURIER We wish to announce that REED PRICE One of the best known Drug men in this section is now with Home Drug Store where he will be ^lad to meet and serve his old customers and friends Hallowe'en Special! PANGBURA'S Chocolates Ragtime Package Featured A Texas Product Fresh from factory to you SECOND PAID SUBSCRIP- TIONS EARN EXTRA Kvtcnsions or "seroiHl paid" miii- scripliiiiis earn extra vnKs in Thi' mm'ioii County Courier snliscri|i- lion <aint>uiuil. I'or a certain siiIisitIImt | aj> tor a one year stilistTiplion on wit it'll votes have been carne<i. It' that particular Nitbserilier pays another year, (whether secured by the same candidate or not), lie will have paid in all a two-year snbs:Tip tion during the <vmpuigi) •>>> which Mi.ddil votes are given. Since (i.tlttli votes have already been earned on the first year, thr candidate secur- ing the second year will earn the 8! diit'erence. between (1,000 anil 1(1,...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 3 November 1939

;; The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In !! Marion County The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Coven< > Parts Of Cass Ant Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. November 3, 1939 VOL. 3~ No 29 First Period Ends Saturday 10.00 P M After 10 p. m. on That Date It Will be Too Late to Receive The Maximum Number of Votes on Subscriptions; Friends of Workers Should Redeem Promises Before that Crucial Hour; Candidates Should Make This Week Count. Saturday is Final Day for Big Votes in Courier Campaign—Credits at High- est Peak. help \our Favorite Can- didate Now- Let's all rally to this paid in advance idea and not have a name on the list who is not paid to date. Just two more days now— not of the campaign—but of the first period of the Cou- rier's Big Weekly Payroll Subscription drive. Two days in which to make certain of sufficient credits to insure success. Two days to pile up an insurmountable re- serve which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 3 November 1939

•' vv t V i > ■ j«ii, : y. ' ■ v> ' WP'itl '4.- 'f' / l'' v.. I' THE MARION COUNTY COURIER November Specials ! 4/ 15he Popular Dress Shoppe Fvr Chubbies, regular $29.75 Nov. special $19.50 $19.75 Chubbies, special $15.50 Costume Suits, handsomely Fur trimmed, reg. $34.75, Nov. special $25.50 Group smart Felt Hats, reg. $2.98, Nov. special $1.99 Select group Hand Bags, reg. $1.98, Nov. special $1.59 Dresses in Sport Woolens and tailored Crepes, reg. $16.98 Nov. special . $13.50 Group Dresses with up to $4.98, Nov. close out $1.98 TO GO 10 POLLS ON DEC. 9 College Station.—Faced with a tremendous cotton Barplus, 800,000 TexM cotton farmers are invited to go to the polls, Deoember 0 to oast their votes in a South*wide referendum to decide whether cotton market- ng quotas will be in nffeot for 1940. In setting a national market- ing quota of approximately twelve million bales during the marketing year beginning Aug- ustl, 1940, Secretary of Agri- culture Henry A. Wallace pointed ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 3 November 1939

MAIUON COUNTY COURIER SsS L FINAL WARNING Two More Days and the Greatest Vote Offer of the "Week- ly Payroll" Campaign WILL BE OVER! Sat. Nov, 4 at 10 P.M. is the End ot the BIG Votes Credits Decrease This Saturday Night There Will be No More Special Credit Offer# It is always wise to remember that WINNERS NEVER QUIT And, it is just as true that QUITTERS NEVER WIN YOU HAVE A FRIEND! In The Courier's "Weekly Payroll Campaign!" And you will be doing him or her a real service by subscribing for The Courier without delay. November 4th marks the end of ihe 4 First Period" of this spirited race. Never again will subscriptions have such hi h voting value. It is easily probable one of the major awards will be won during the next two days—and your subscription may.be the deciding factor to win for your favorite contestant. Note the Difference in Vote Credits No. of votes to Saturday night 1 year.,.. 2 year. .. 3 years.. 4 years.. 5 years.. .. 1.00 . 2.00 .. 3.00 .. 4.00 .$5.00 3,000 8,000 12...

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

f THE MARION COUNTY IXXtniK* f vim b --Will Vou Be Prepared For It?-- wollmSFs Has a Complete Line of Winter Merchandise from which to select for each member of the family. Note the Extra Special Prices Below: BLANKETS... 66 x 76 Double Plaid Blank- QQa ets, wonderful values for Uvu Men's Jackets... Suede, Leather and Blue Meltons and Plaid Mackinaws, priced $2.98 to $1C.9S Hanes Union Suits.... Men's Heavy Weight 08o Men's medium weight 79o Boys' medium weight 49o Men's Shoes-All Leather Endicott-Johnson leather sole dress and work shoes fl.08 Ladies' Print Dresses. Long sleeve Fall Dresses O80 Ladies Linene Uniforms Tuf-Nut Sanforized Covert OA Pants, Shirts, suit Tuf-Nut Overalls, Jumpers,$1,10 New patterns in 15c Cretonne per yard - - Outing Flannel per yard 9o Blue and gray Cheviots, yd. 12c LADIES' COATS.. New tailored Fur Trimmed Coats $5.95, $3.53, $9.85 Our Xmas Lay-Away Plan is For your Convenience and Profit WOLL we®. DRY GOODS STORE 'NOTHING CHEAP BUT THE PRICE' Jefferso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 17 November 1939

"b 7 ^ ♦W>HW ;; The Only Home ;; Owned' Paper In '•'< Marion County. 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 Jefferson, Texas, Friday, November 17, 1939 VOL. 3— No 31 Second Period Ends Saturday Night at 10 o'Clock P. M. Big Drop in Votes Issued on Subscrip- tions After this Coming Saturday Night Which Ends Second Period. Only Two Days Left for Workers to Get Full Credits. Determination Will be Main Factor in Winning Close Race. Friends of workers are urged to get their subscrip- tions in before Saturday night, when the number of votes on subscriptions declines. The zero hour is getting very close. We do not mean the end of this campaign, but the end of the second per- iod, which will come to a close Saturday night, Novem- ber 18th. That date will witness the end of the only re- maining big vote period. This week and until Saturday night, a on...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 17 November 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER "V1 he arrived, and fflt that by this they would get to re* Lurn together. ELECTS OFFICERS Pay Your H ire a.. c o m f f « n rn ? I k U t She'll appreciate • >1 nt change from her DailyRoutin )u nut with the family. And you comp! i her when you take her totheOlufi* ife, where the home- like meals rival j- own culinary abilities. The CLUB CA) i, J • arson's smartest eat- ing estahlishin id ti< ; meals prepared up- hold their repaiiUon for serving the BEST Foods. Courteous and efficient waitresses will serve you an I you vviil not have to wait. At tha regular monthly m e i^g of 1 h i East Texas W;i . jrwoiks and Sewage op- era ors heid in Marshall' Tae iday night, officers for the yea r were elected, and a new constitution was adopt- ■ ed. T. B- Robertson, of the city wnt' r department was elect- ed to sc ive as a director. Th next meeting- will te in AUt.nta December 2. And Ret il no sr. If you only liavo ti'ir: for n cup of Coffee and a Hamburger, or '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 17 November 1939

THE MASfcUN flttHNTY COURIER TRADE AT— ' !-^8a6( Marshall, Texas ■ za AND SAVE HES—nX'^ DR. H. T. WINDT Optometrist In Windt Jewelry— 207 N. Washington Marshall, Texas aTW V. These Marshall Firms Appreciate and thank you for your patronage FRY-HODGE DRUG CO. The Rexall Store Marshall Headquarters for Jeffersonians iMiW HIATTKESS Old Mattl'ess made into Inner- springs, quilt batts, box springs, feather mattress. l eave Orders at Courier Office, JeffetsQH liirouNtMl by K(i ji oI Te*H« NOVVLIN MATTRESS fACTURY HILLBILLY HATCHERY 1202 East Grand VISIT OUR— Modernized Hardware Store Logan & Whaley Marshall, Texas U. S. Approved. Blood Tested Chicks Order Now J. BERWALD & COMPANY The Popular Dept. Store Cor. N, Bolivar & E. Houston DRINK (hsMi , In Bottles Toy, Gift Wrappings Headquarters uellan's Phone CITY GA&AGfc Phone Auto Body and Fen '.cr Repairs !708 McCLAREN SERVICt STATION Complete one-stop service Me i.apn .i Tliat Good 13oGas Dixie Silencer 1 To Morous"Kariel C!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 17 November 1939

thf COT7NTY Govm EUDALEY TO SPEAK 10 CATTLEMEN IN Scow/ iVeu>s A Sea Scout Unit, Senior1 pll '.o . sf.cl) f. . t,he cub nuiLij things advanced i i-i'.ders in Jeff*.*! j. scouts l av. scouting organizatiwu, has been I REGULAR MEETING So°~'withE"""""" ( David Alcisenheimer, cox swain; H irmon Wood, yeoman tive for The Marion ' ounty Cattle Crew members are: Martin E ward rJ men's AHSOciation will hold reg ; vVhelan, Bill Westbrook, Pan' Troop cA" alar meeting Saturday, Novee- an'J M Iton Bass. M lton Cornel 1 <>y i'~. which will be or- ■ r;< ■ ' future. (■•J Manou County •■■n extremely ac- lime, with Ed- '(H.".!trriaster of •Oiln'ft C. Mose X ber 18. and arrangements have ,„s< B«?n Thornton and Robert 222. h •( i rti: de to have Mr. E. K. Daniels. nlev, extension Mai-v hoH-| Ti,e membership of the Sea barrlniar, of College Station, I scouts are those who have ad 'spnalc to the Association ■ yanced in Scouting work ani 'f, th<<ir next regular meeting The meml ors a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 17 November 1939

AN ■A I 1 h TURN LIGHTS! On Tuesday, November 21st The rural citizens of Marion County will celebrate the Turning on of the Lights" in the completed Rural Electrification of 75 miles over this county— who by this act will begin to enjoy the many luxuries as well as necessities of their neighbors in nearby cities. We are proud to witness this great forward movement and desire to congratulate those who have worked hard and faithfully to accomplish this improvement as well as those who have made it possible by signing up for the use of electricity. I We will join you at HALL'S SCHOOL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1939, and will enjoy celebrating with you Many FREE gifts will be on hand for the new electricity users—given by those interested in the development of Marion County and East Texas Going-forward with you— Rogers National Bank 1896 Jefferson, Texas 1939 Quality Food Store See Quality First C. R. HEATON Gilbert. N. CAMPBELL Arkansas-Louisiana Gas Co. U, L. WILLIAMSON, Mgr. J. L. Evan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 17 November 1939

IjD ®e THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Ladies of Jefferson We have bought a large stock of la- dies Shoes in the newest styles—pat- ents, kids, suedes etc., that sold for $3.95 and $4.95. If you have difficulty in finding shoes to fit, come and see our stock before spending $6.00 or $7.00 for shoes that are of no higher quality than these. Don't let the price mislead you. These are high quality Shoes, Nationally Advertised Brands in sizes from 4AAA to 9E $ | .98 $2 S A.98 WOLLMAN'S Dry Goods Store "NOTHING CHEAP BUT THE PRICE" E 14 County Agricultural Agents from Bowie, Cass, Morris, Gregg, Harrison and Marion counties were in an all day con- ference in Jefferson, Tuesday, Norember 'A. CeorRe W. John- son, district agent, from College Station, Texas, had charge of the meeting. George W. Barnes, extension animal husbandman, and R. R. Lancaster, pasture specialist ot the Texas Extension Service, were in the meeting and discussed with the group their problems of this area rela- tive to the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 1 December 1939

w. The Only Home Owned Paper In I Marion County The Marion Cou ft •%,, p ourie And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marlon Parts Of Cat* Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jeff«raon, Texas, Friday. December 1, 1939 VOL. 3- No 33 EAST END AREA GETS A SHALLOW WELL IN TOKIO Just as the Courier goes to press reports state that Tom Bell has everything ready to «pud in his test on his 190-acre Carrie Moseley lease about 1-4 mile southwest of the original Bell- Moseley No. 1, now known as the Vestal well. Bell has steel derrick up, rig set up and had steam ready to start work early Thursday. Work on the Schaffer-Vaughan No. 1, south of Goat Island, about 12 miles from Jefferson in Harrison county is down around 500 feet and is drilling ahead for the Woodbine. After several week's inactivity in the East End shal- low field, business took an upward turn with the putting on the pump of the A. F. Anding-Hart No. 1 in the Gaines Coore survey, which is repor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 1 December 1939

t , ft 4l\ THE MAMQN ftMPtEY COtfRtfiR THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) Bubftcription (Foreign) $1.00 Per Y«ar SI.50 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. Building a Community Everyone familiar with Jefferson and Marion County for the past three years, knows this section has made many steps forward. Lateral roads have been built over many parts ol the county that have shortened the distance between the communities traversed, as well given lots of work to unemployed. Highways have been widened in the county. The City has spent thousands of dollars in street and side- walk building, as well as the large storm sewer. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 1 December 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER luy >w. •p1- >Jf. HIGHWAY DEPT. BEGINS RODENT IE The Highway Department is poisoning their right of way through the county. Also sev- ei al communities have started poisoning. Now when is a deed not suf- ficient to keep a farmer on his farm? It is when he lets the soil wash away, and the fertil- ity decreases to where he can- not make a living and pay his taxes on his farm. Now there is a way out. First, kill the salamanders on the entire farm. Then terrace your farm and make outlet ditches that will carry off the water k without washing into a hi JiaaiJil f'atwi by Client PRICED 14 ODE RAT EI-V 26 Piece. ' io* $55 a* • • • i y _. fA CowUto Open SlaJt [ k* .... gully the size of your farm. But first, be sure that you have killed all the salamanders on your entire farm. For if there it one left on your farm, he will burrow through your terraces, causing them to break the first big rain and starting a ditch across your farm. No w as Marion County iB bad...

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

wim; %!< , - \uar«n to, w ) . THE MARION COUNTY QOURiXX ■ ^ I I ' IS Mrs. N. MfBride, chairman of the American Red Cross drive for Marion County, re- port* the response to the annu al drive l'or funds is gratifying and all members of the commit- tee working hard to reach the quota. Following is a list of those who have contributed to the drive: Boy Scout TrOop no. 22, American Legion Post no. 804, Rogers National Bank, A. M. Brantley, Nat Sharp, Jno, Chester Latham, E. Wood, Mrs. G. H. Call, Paul Speck, Alf Favioll, Ed McDonald, Lee Smith, Colonial Coffee 8hop, Wilkins Service Station', B. R. Hale, Quality Cleaners, Club Cafe, Bruce's Shoe Shop, Wel- don Grubbs, P. L. Bass, New Jefferson Cafe, L.oy C. Baber, Bill Wyrich, Sedberry Drug, Joe Joseph, 0. C. Billingsley, Jessie Peebles, Jno. Faviell, G. T. Haggard. J. B. Zachery, Jr., Geo. Ramsay, Rankin House. Arch Miller, Miss Lu cille Smith, H. E. Love, J. R. Rainev, Jim Gamble, W. R. Summers, J. D, Summers, Ma- rion Motor Co., M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 December 1939

l a 9b iQtt-J. #7* / <y The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In Marion County <•+< The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association HM Covers Marion And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Tmm, Friday. December 8, 1939 VOL. 3- No 34 LEGION HEAD IS GUEST AT LOCAL BANQUET HERE The local American Legion Post entertained with a ban- quet Saturday evening at the New Jefferson Hotal, honoring their State Com- mander, Lou Roberts, of Borger, Texas, This is the first time a State Command- er has ever visited Jeffer- son. However, the work that is being done by the local Legionnaires has not only re- ceived recognition from the State Department, but from National Headquarters, as well. Plates were laid, for fifty Legionnaires, ladies of the Auxiliary and a few invited guests. Among the speakers were Mayor Wood, School Sup- erintendent Cruce Stark and the State Commander. After the speaking, the entire ^roup joined in s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 December 1939

IT THE MARION COUKTY COURZBR V r ( IWRIGHTPATMAN'Sg#^!! *11}gaJuim}£OII JkJ WEEKLY MEWS LETTER. — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — Idle Young Women To Be Helped The work program designed to meet the need of the unem« ployed young women of the West and the Southwest is be- ing agreed upon by administra- tratora of the NY A. It is in- tended to provide useful part- time employment to needy girls, who are out of school and unemployed. At the present time, approximately one lion- dred thousand young women between tr.e ages of 18 and 24 are employed on NYA work projects. They work approxi- mately nne.third time and after work hours take courses in re- lated instructions and seek jobs in private industry. About thirty-four thousand girls are employed on NYA projects op- erated in cooperation with pub- lic offices vrhere they serve as typists, file clerks and business machine operators. The work of home-miking, such as cooking, sewing, child caring, gardening, oanning and home nursing pro- vide emplo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 December 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Judea Negro High School The Girl Sceut Troop at the .1 udea High School gave a very large basket of delicious food to otie of the worthy patrons of the school for Thanksgiving. Miss Adams, who is the leader of the Troop, is trying to in- still within the girls a spirit of making contributions to worthy causes. The Troop plans to give gifts to the poor for Christ- mas. B. M. COWLING. Lieut EFFIE K, ADAMS, Capt. of the Troop $5.00 REWARD-For inform- ation leading to the return of big, black mare mule, weighing about 1200 pounds, has trace chain marks on sides, white hairs on her shoulder from | scald of collar, no brand. Strayed from mule lot in woods about 8 miles from Jefferson on Tree City Road. Notify J. M. HAMPTON & SON Douglassville, Texas Taylor & Allen DRY GOODS and SHOES Dependable Since 1928 Linden, Texas Eddie Carroll WRECKER SERVICE Garage—Body Shop—Used Partf- 1904 E. Grand Phone 428;" MARSHALL, TEXAS Mattresses Renovated Made to order — ...

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

m i THE M A WON GftWNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Babftcription (In the County) $1.00 Per Vear Subscription (Foreign) §1.50 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. Much Meat Is Cured By Ne- gro Farmers Negro farmers in Marlon County are filling their smoke hoases with high quality bacon and lard, with the assistance of T. L. Wedgeworth, negro county agent. A. & M. College meat spec- ialist Roy W. Snyder ays, for the best results, the hog should be stuck with a knife and al- lowed to bleed to death. This method is most humane and in- sures thorough bleeding. A great deal of souring of hams in cure is due to improper bleed- ing. Sh...

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