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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 December 1939

mm STEP FOR THE RURAL HOMES THE MARION CUUNTY COURIER By John H Erickson, County Agent, Emeritus It is generaly agreed by tha hundreds of interested citzens who attended the meeting at Hall the past week to celebrate the completion of seventy five miles of rural electric lines In Marion county, that this meet- was an outstanding event and marks a forward step in tne history of rural betterment on our good oounty. Already numerous progressive leaders in communities not yet served are at work a nd it goes without saying that lijrht lines will he extended to practically every section of the county in the very near future; With good roads and electric lights the farm home can have all modern conviences enjoyed by those living In the city. Naturally the question arises as to whether the average farmer can afford the extra expenses necessary to properly equip his home. Many years ago the same question was asked regarding the building of gmd highways. Today no farmer would be williug to do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 December 1939

THE MAB4QN GftUNTY COURIER ^ phi ^ December Clearance ♦ Sale! Greatest money saving values yet offered. All Fashions newest merchandise $8.95 $6.50 $22.56 37 Dresses and Suits, reg. 12.98 to 19,50, sale price 39 Dresses and Suits, 7.98 to 10.98. sale price 27 Dresses 7.98 to 8.95, sale price Costume Suits, luxuriously fur trim- med, reg. 34.75 to 40.00, sale price Suits 16.98 to 25.00, sale price $15iOO Winter Coats at Drastic Reductions Big assortment to select from Chenile and Satin House Coats and Satin Pajamas to $0.08 Satin Gowns and Pajamas Satin Slips sale price Extra fine quality silk Hose, 2 and 3 thread and service weight, 89c, $1 & Ladies' Hand BAGS I L SERVED BY NYA STU- DENTS AND OTHERS $1.98 to $4.98 $1.50 to $2.98 $1.25 50c, $1 to 3.98 $1.95 Beautiful line of Ladies Scarfs in Sat- ins, Chiffons and Woolens 50c; $1.00 to Costume Jewelry, Pins, Clips, Rings, Necklaces $1.00 to $1.95 Many novelty gift items not list- ed. Bring this list and shop here. Popular Dress S...

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

The Only Home Owned Paper In Marion County The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marlon And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties fl Ml I ■ , I, I , 111, III Issued Every Friday Jefterson, Texas, Friday. December 15, 1939 VOL. 3- No 3S ROM CLUB SPONSORS F YOUR HELP IS NEEDED sponsoring the £lvin Justice BULLETIN PLAN FOR FINANCING 4-H & FFA PROJECTS The Jefferson Rotary Club' who is Christmas Cheer fund has appointed chairman of the Christmas Cheer fund. The other members of the committee are: Miss May- belle Hale, Mrs. A. McKay, Mrs. H. A. Hooper, C. R. Heaton, Carl Ralph, Miss Carrie Moseley, E. L.Jones and John H. Erickson. The community chairmen are Miss Era Mims, Mims Chapel; Mrs. Cecil Ross, Lassater; L. B. Landers, Pros- pect; Mrs. Ro3coe 0 ven, Lodi; Mrs. Jessie Belote, Savan- nah; Mrs. W. E. McAlexander, Grange Hall; Mrs. T. G, Brooks, Whatleyville; Mrs. N. M. Carter, Hasty; Mrs. Bertha Moseley, Smithland; Carl F...

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

hmhi THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Built !0 deceive si « is $ $59-95 PHILCO 160FNci„B,aIIa. tion .., ins! plug in anytvhcrc and piny! HrlJ-<'<>iiitiiii<'<l Loup Aerial, costly R. F. Stage mid Huiicr-eflicient LoktaJ 7'ubes combine to bring Miper-per- fui mance and clear tune, even i in noiny locution*. Puiih-But- toii 'Juning. including Tele* vision button. Handsome Wal- nut Commie culiinet. See this and other 1940 J'hiico value seiisntions! Handsome, Big Vc'r:v ,Jurh-Button C«r.-jpatf S PHILCD 125 C r„i.. - | ONLY ruoni In rimm • • • *!nr #n.«' I ilit y S Powerful AC-iM <«, < in, filic Itilti . Unlit*!?! 1 ' ?•<«!•• «. Lolutil Tui m. Pi.tfli-Huc Ion TuiiIij',, iiiciiit'iiip Tttinviiiun Imllou. buiurf V. uiiiut citliiiiul. I it :/ Ai U== ' h- Haggard Furniture Co. Phone 333 Jefferson, Texas W R10 H T PAT MAN' S|P®p| WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — of Nations and it is not known whether this was the cause of the collapse of the League or not, but it is ...

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

•jlfe...'.' ICf <&'. •>' ' ■ TMC MAIBOW CQTTOTT GIFT rcc the whole r vHii Fill your entire gift list here and save enough to buy extrq gifts For the Boys and Men Cadet Sets 25c to $2.98 Scarfs Ties 10c to 49c House Shoes Initial Handkerchief! 5c to 25c Shaving Stands 29c and up Pipe Racks Book Ends Bill Folds and Key Case Sets Underwear Gloves Bill Folds Sox, Loose and Boxed For Misses and Ladies Panties 29c, 49c, 59c; Slips 49c, $1.00; Gowns $1; Pajamas $1; Hause Coats $1, $1.98; House Shoes 39c, 49c, 59c; Dance Sets $1; Combination Gowns & Panties, Combination Slips and Panties, Cedar Chests, Stationery, Bath Sets, Perfume Sets, Scrap Books, Costuma Jewelry, Manicure Sets, Dresser Seta, Nail Polish Sets, Pictures Gift Lamps, Mirrors, Electric Toasters, Irons Stoves, Corn Poppers, Towel Sets, Kitchen- ware, Aluminum Ware. Enamelware, Dishes Toys """"'Toys Dolls, Trains, Cars, Skates. Blackboards, Ironing Boards. Irons, Wagons, Wheelbar- rows, Sewing Machines, Air Uuns...

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

-I t jet mwn-v tf ' THE MARION COUNTY COURIER I '"T—. 1PerkinsBrok Far fliv /' ^ ("omf^AINV ij 4 U1 ^** 7 GIVE HER UNDERWEAR Crepe or Satin Gowns $1.98 Trimly tailored or elegantly lace trimmed. Shown in tern- rose and other popular pastal shades. Grand gifts at bud- get prices. Kayaer Panties 75c 98c Plain, tailored panties in brief and step-in styles. Tea- rose and flesh shades. Lovely Satin Gowns $2 98 Beautiful gifts that will flat* ter any woman. Tearose and blue are popular colors. Mostly lace aad ribbon trim- med. Gift Slips $1.98 Satins and crepes, tailored and lace trimmed. Designed fer perfect fit and complete satisfaction. Costume Jewelry 59c $1.08 It's the rage of the season. Give by the handful. Necklaces, olipB, bracelets, pins, etc. Gift Bags 98c $1.98 Pouch and envelope shapes in blacks and colors made of calf or suede leathers, me- dium and large sizes. Fabric -Gloves 98c Always a welcome gift. Handkerchiefs 15c 25c 35c GIFT HOSIERY Sheer silk chiffon stockings that...

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

THE MAMttN 0MB4TY COURIER I CHRISTMAS VALUES ihop Early and Watch PRICE'S Bargains — Every Item Fresh, Clean Merchandise Paper Towels,150 10c Cleansing Tissues 150 5c Grape Jam, 4 lb Jar 65c Crackers Cocktail, box 28c Mince Meat jar 25c Grape Juice, pt. 18c Lemon Juice, 2 cans 15c Pineapple Dole's 2 1-2 cans, 8 slices Potato Salad c"!!16 oz \l ©p 25c 15c Corn Si ta'ctnhole 15c Cherries, No 2 can pitted 15c Beans, No. 2 can 10c Potatoes Peeled whole 15c Corn Chips, No. 2 can lOo Frankfurters, Armour, 15oz cn 35c Lard,pure, 4 lbs. 37c CoconutBaker s 5c Full 7-oz. pkg. CHOCOLATE, Baker's, bar SUGAR, 10 lb*. 55c Black Pepper, lb. SH&o Baking Powder B^Hree Me Date Nut Bread, can 15c CakeFlour,Swansdown 35c Flour, I^lffht Crust 12 lbs. 55c: 24 lbs. 90c; 48 lbs.$1.75 American Legion Apples. Winesap, each Apples, Delicious, dozen Pecans, large paper shell lb. Pecans, small, lb. English Walnuts, lb. Dates, bulk, lb. Cranberries, lb. Cranberry Sauce, can Brazil Nuts, lb. Almonds, lb. Coco...

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

THE MARION COUNTY COURDBI 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. Sabacrtption (In the County) $100 Per Year 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. Maybe George Won't However outwern it may be, there's still a lot of truth in the old expression that seme people are willing to just "let George de it." Take the Cotton Christmas idea advanced by the Na- tional CottoB Council. Just about everybody will agree that it's a fine thing and that it will help beost cotton consumption. Mighty few folks in the cotton belt won't admit that cotton goods are better than ever before. Even fewer will tell you that dozens of fine cotton article...

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

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER COLORED FRIENDS OP MARION 'JO. RED CROSS CHARLIE RAY, Chairman Charlie Ray, Louise Ray, J. W. Crane. C- Watkin, A. Mc- Coy, A. G. S. Atkins, T. L. Wedgeworth, Pinkie Tyson, John Cooper, A. D. Cookaie, Wallace Johnson, J. H. Mont- gomery, J. C. Pitts, E. C. Rand, Louise Younsc, B. K. Knight, R. L. Williams, J. R. Poster, Wm. Smith, C. P. Ford, Fignar Rand, Mattie Blake, Frank Greenwood, R. E. Johnson, Vas- feieThomaa, Roberter Zachery, Jessie Kelly, Henderson Franci- our, Livy A. Matthis, S, L. Smith, L. T. Hayes, Carrie M. Harrison, Elizabeth Johnson, Marodius Miller, Daisy C. Smith. Roscoe Lewis, Robert Cooper, Johnnie Jarrett, Inez Arstong, Booker T. Eubanks, Wm. L. McAHester, Harell Wal- lace, Robert Lowden, Mattie Parks. Otis Heath, A. D. Port- er. Will McCoy' Jessie Living- stone, Author Wagner, Mrs. Ella Kelly, Ida M. Rolland,$l,00 INEZ REEVES. Chairman, Corinth School, Inez Weaver Reeves, Mrs. Fredie Brown, Miss Nadiors Horn, Miss Zeta Bledor, Mrs. L...

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

HfiMWlr' 1 • THE MARION COUNTY COURIER PLENTY 'of' SPECIALS Red Hot IN GROCERIES Fresh 1 Cranberries Quart Cloth Bag Cane M Sugar 49C lO lbs. ADMIRATION Coffee A trial package Free with each pound— 25c Buy it with confidence SHELLED YA Pecans Pound w Fresh f"l COCOANUTS 5C Each Dill or Sour Pickles 13c Quart 1 CELERY IOC Stalk Red or White POTATOES 19C lO pounds , Pure 4 lbs. LARD 37c Peanut O Cp Sutter, qt. YELLOW ' ONIONS .ir POUND PHONE fit<i r FOOD IPH0NE 22 IV^Uallty Store! 22 SELECT OA. OYSTERS 29C Pint Salt Macke.el 9fj(> 2 Fer Armour's Sliced rl Bacon j[)C 2 Ivbs. BRANDED * ^ teak |ifc Pound Oleo 15c Pound Armour's (WI TWKICT 77/, 1 With Ice Box [i 1 (, Dish FREE v | Selecting Gifts Is No Problem at Marshall Supply C7rfl£vettf< P "iafftimii v* gAne preserve METING HEU) AT V V- (By: Billy Brooks. Assoca- tionNews Reporter) The first meeting of the Grange Halt Game Manage- /ment Association was held Thursday night. December 7 at Grange Hal! Schoolhouse. After a brief ...

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

r\ •y The Only Home Owned Paper In I! Marion County 111 M I' The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ;; Covers Marlon And '' Parts Of Cass And I; Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday, December 22, 1939 VOL. 3- No 37 R. E. A. Drive Planned At Gilmer Meeting GILMER, Texas. — Approxi- mately 90 business men, farm- ers and REA members from nine counties served by the Up- shur-Rural Electric Corporation % in Gilmer met at the Upshur court house Monday night on the second anniversary of REA in this area and set procure- ment of 350 additional members as a quota by January 31. At present, the line extends 511 miles tnrough nine counties serving some 1600. members, and with the 360 new members sought in the quota, would place four users on each mile of line. Present at the meeting and dinner at which testimonials as to the benefit of REA on the farm end in the rural area ire re many, was J. R. Cobb, Texas represent...

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

h J Y BEST WISHES mj Christmas V illfiii o FOR A W And a Happy, Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert N. Campbell r % p\ ■ S / . 8 and a bright and prosperous New Year Marion Motor Company \ •K n u n b j We are hoping that each of you enjoy the Merriest Christmas ever. Your consideration of this firm in the past has b«en ot tremendous importance and it i.i with qratitude for your patronaqe v.- evtond our most cordial good wisl.ji ior " Yuletidc Season. SOUTHWESTERN SEWER COMPANY GUARDIAN OF COMMUNITY HEALTH THE MARION COUNTY GOURIEQ A TRIBUTE The death of my wife in Jef- ferson, Friday evening, Novem- ber 24th, 193y, cast a shadow ef sorrow and grief ever her many friends and loved ones. She was born in Columbus, Mississippi, April l6th, 1873, of noble parents, (descendents of Virginia) where she spent her girlhood days. Just after our marriage in Meridian, Miss., In 1914, we moved to Dallas, where she soon took her place among the best people of that city, and her attractive, am...

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

THE MAMON COUNTY COURIER J *«•*. YULETIDE JOY 533 FOR SALE—Large home close in. very desirable (or rooming house. Perfect condition and priced to sell. L. A. THOMPSON & SON. LOOKING FOR SANTA CLAUS We'd like to wish each of you a very Merry Christmas in person—but since we can't here's the next best way. The Diner E8telline Simmons, Prop. mm a W Mrs.Murray's Dining Room NEXT TO BANK Old fashioned Christmas Dinner John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hope Hughes; this happy young- ster is only .0 months of age but look at that Christmas smile. t and a Happy New Year Elliott & Waldron Abstract Companies P. G. Henderson, Manager I ■wMfS And a Happy New Year JEFFERSON AUTO SUPPLY Crosley Products Thos. O. Cook, Prop. and a Happy New Year Mrs. Ethel Brown County Treasurer Let America Supply Peaceful Guidance THE WEEK of prayer for peace recently held by all religious denominations throughout the United States was marked by an unusually signif- icant and impres ive event. Jewish synagogues o...

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

.* 41 ji JWB. > . i, <i THE MARION CUUNTY OOURHBI V.'- 1V ft FOR SALE—Bicycle, good condition. Nice Xmas present sor Girl 10 to 14 years. MARJORIE THOMPSON 211 Clarksvilie ROYALTY & LEA8ES FOR H.AL' in the East end shallow l'ield. B r, now while prices are yet lew. Everything indicates rapid devel- opment. L. A. THOMPSON. C. OF C. 10 ELECT OFFICERS AND DIRECT- ORS JANUARY 5-10 Christmas 9 Cheer* TO EVERYBODY Home Drug and Employees Bus Station Elec ion of now directors to erve the Senior Chamber of ommerce during 1940 has been set for Juiuary 5 to 10. Baiiots will be mailed to each member ion which will appear the entire , membership. Each member will be asked to vote for sixteen directors. The ballots will be re- j quired i > be returned by 5 p. m. j January 10 and the new Board j will meet January 11 to elect| their pr. sidenLj vice-president anil other officers. Tentative date for the annual banquet has been set for January 25 and two outstanding speakers have been i...

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

■SiftM-l EARTH O. exas bits COUNTY COURIER GIFT HE ADQUARTERS fCI! THE WHOLE FAMILY Fill your entire gift list here and save enough to buy extra gifts For the Boys and Men Cadet Sets 25c to $2.98 Scarfs/ Ties 10c to 49c House Shoes' . Initial Handkerchiefs 5c to 25c Shaving Stands 29c and up Pipe Racks Book Ends Bill Folds and Key Case Sets Underwear Gloves Bill Folds Sox, Loose and Boxed For Misses and Ladies .Panties 29c, 49c, 59c; Slips 49c, $1.00; Gowns $1; Pajamas $1; House Coats $1, $1.98; House Shoes 39c, 49c, 59c: Dance Sets $1; Combination Gowns &. Panties, Combination Slips ana Panties, Cedar Chests, Stationery, Bath Sets, Perfume Sets, Scrap Books, Costume Jewelry, Manicure Sets, Dresser Sets, Nail Polish Sets, Pictures Gift Lamps, Mirrors, Electric Toasters, Irons Stoves, Corn Poppers, Towel Sets, Kitchen- ware, Aluminum Ware, Enamelware, Dishes Toys Toys Dolls, Trains, Cars, Skates, Blackboards Ironing1 Boards. Irons, Wagons, Wbaalbar, rows, Sewing Machines, Air Gun...

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

I \,r THE MARION COUNT* -THE MARION COUNTY COURIER AW G. (Bo tered i Httbwrlp Halm-rip rr]r\ its ijreflccfi %lTirm oft one< rson PUBLISHER at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter er the act of March 3, 1879. nty) $1.00 Per Y«*nr $1.50 Per Year ?Any oi any ion upon the character, standing or reputation ...... ^corporation which may appear in the columns of Thfe"Marion7! County (Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to tlW 'attention T)f the publisher. T 4'tt Club Crntes : Wiasmcrc for If 3$ out in t. ii. iViANitiW jManasrer of the Marshall Cotton Pil Co., who marie the 4-H awards possible and presented them to the winners, , \ On Wednesday. November 22, She 4-H Club boys, their dads, lr. P. H. Manire, of Marshall, L E. Walker, of Jefferson and C. R. Heaton, County Agent, | fere ghests at the Jefferson lotarjr.Club and put on the pro- «] jram. ° '• The dieting was in charge of ilB. L. Jones, Vice-President of She Rotary Cldb. After intro- luotion of visiting r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 December 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER PELL MAKES Alf Faviell's Grocery And arket has been busy the past w days putting in a ohecking u n tor at the front of the ore and making many other iprovements for the conven- nee of their many customers. Favicll'i is one of th« oldest grocery stores and meat mark- ets in town, and Mr. Faviell is always doing something to make his store more attractive as a trading center. In addition to Mr. aad Mrs. Paviell, you find Tom Hudson in the market and Mrs. Jennie King and Ray Ellison, who work all over the store, and this courteous group do all in their power to make trading at this popular store a pleasure. Sausage Making Demon- stration Given by Negro County Dem. Agent. i i •• i' i . * ,. III' "CJ""1"— ■ntU^.Xr> Fat' a ^/AaiVy and [Happy JN fiW Y&ar' The (Hokl Mrs. A. G, (Garwood) Schluter New Jefferson Cafe A. T. Propps Proprietor DR. H. T. WINDT Optometrist In Windt Jewelry 207 N., Washington Marshall, Texas Notice of Stockholders' Meeting The stockh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 December 1939

' I ■ 11 Pi, r I w I I Ho I i' of ttr< -r 4 1 I i' 4l ' THE MARION COUNTY To Our Friends Dear Santa Claus I have tried to be a good boy. Iwant you to bring me a pair of boots, one pair of blue panta and one pistol and holster one Doctor* Set and leather things to Eat and one jaeket and one train. YOUR FRIEND J.W. LEMMON Jr Misa Carrie iVtoselcy spent lots of good Monday in Shrbveport. Mr. and Mr* Harper Davis were Marahall viaitors Tues- day. ~ Jim B. Hale, Isadore Segal, and H. T. Stoker were in Shreveport Tueeday. And a Happy and Prosperous New Year is the wish of Ware & Driskell Lbs. Co. Jefferson, Texas Mill at Sarber FIRST METHODIST CHURCH D.Townes Windham Pastor. Christn a s Eve Services. Church School 9:45 n.m. Morning VV >rship 11:00 a m. Sermon topic: ' Was Christ Born to Soon?". Younir People's meeting 6 30 p. m Even n.j Worship 7:30. p m. Seimia t>;)io "Tha First Christmas S rvice." You ar.* cordially invited to attend thrse services. Mrs. Ethel Brown and bro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 December 1939

( \ 1 \ f J THE MAHION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER lawmakers at Austin are boastfully remarking that they voted against all appropriations, thereby failing those, who needed the services of «ur State Health Department, and closed the hospitalization - *1®® p);r vl" I program for the insane, laaving (Foreign) $1.50 Per Year I*. . ... Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as eecond class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) Subscription 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. I affects tha wages of those, who labor, job will find me standing Wjr the side of the fellow, who does tne work. Pensions C T. Neupcent 'Jandidate For Slate Senator To the Democratic Voters of the First Senatorial District, com...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 December 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER 11 en has HIKE STOCKS OF LUMBER AT Mill T. R- Richey. one of the but known saw mtll men in East Texas and Arkansas for over 36 years, who purchased the Caddo Lumber Company, one mile east of town on the Smithland highway, has certainly built one of the prettiest aa well as larg- est lumber manufacturing buai cesses ever developed in East Texas in a few short months. Immediately after purchasing the plant, Mr. Richay started a complete overhauling of the mill, a? well as adding a new planer unit and improving his dry kiln facilities, and then started out after some real East Texas virgin pine to use in fill lug his huf e amount of whole- sale orders he was receiving from all over the state. The ca- pacity of the mill is 80,000 feet daily. Today, a visit to this mill will show you some of the larg- est pine legs ever brought to this section, even in the days when the saw mill business was in its infancy. And his mill is employing 115 men at the plant, which i...

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