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

■ nu AMERICAN LEG! NEWS f ROM EDWARD PROCTOR POSF NO. 304. Former Veterans Honored by Legion cemetery Tuesday by the Ed- ward Proctor Post of the American Legion. A Small United States flag was plac- An impressive memorial e(* on tlie firrave of avery service was held at Oakwood ^nown veteran of the Mexi- We've Lowered the Price- Bat Not the Quality- Men's Suits or Ladies' Plain Dresses Cleaned and Pressed . . . 50c You know our Quality Cleaning — No odor, no shrinkage, and everything guaranteed It Pays to Trade at Home with home folks CHILDRESS CLEANERS Oldest Cleaners and Pressers in the City Grady Clark, Mgr. Phone 35 THE MARION CeUftTY COURIER can, Civil, Spanish-American and World War. There were many graves missed perhaps, but that was because there was no way to tell whether they ware soi- diers. The local Legion Post would lfke to have a list of all known war veterans who are bur:ed in Oalcwood cemetery, so that a short service could be held at their graves on Me -oris I Day...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 2 June 1939

, '/* I "TP * PS THE MARION COUNTY COURIER ) GREAT SUES MADE BY SCHOOLS HERE THE PAST FOUR YEARS Closing his fourth year a* • uperintendent of the Jefferson High School, G. P. Parker in tuaking his address to the forty. «ight graduates for 19H9 Friday mgnt, outlined the progress made under his administration. Mr. Parker resigned a few weeks ago, and while the student body and his many friends re gret to see him leave the school, they wish him much success wherever he goes. Mr. Parker's address follows: Upoii taking charge in 1936 the .Jefferson High School had •n)4 23 and one-half credits. -Vightand one-half of these were dropped as archaic. However 22 new credits have been establish- now fully crowded. Parker related that the ex- penditures for new buildings and repairs was obtained without in- creasing the property valuation and without raising the tax rate. He said that the financial status of the school now was such that the bonds could easily be taken care of for the next two y...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

/J 1 <-J 's*\ >'T7 A xa U *> > |; The Only Home J; ; Owned Paper In <> ! Marlon' County !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 Jefferson, Texas, Friday. June 16, 1939 VOL. No 4 SALT WATER REPORT IS UTTERLY FALSE SATS REYNOLDS. RORNE. FITZWATER Oil men who have checked the Fitzwater-Terry well state it is flowing at least 25 barrels daily by heads, but also say they believe it will make over 100 barrels when put on pump. Some of Sunday's daily newspapers carried a story about the shallow field in the East End ol Marion County and in mentioning the oil in the Fitzwater-Terry No. 1, stated "some sources said salt water had been noticed in the tanks. The Courier man immediately had an interview with M. D. K. Fitzwater, J. M. Home and J. D. Reynolds, and each of these gentlemen were astonished that any such careless report had been issu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

county counm TO HAVE BEEN INSTRUMENTAL In AnyWay In Bringing In Marion County's New Oil Well-the FITCWATKK - TERRY IVo. 1 And We Plan To Drill Other Wells In The Bast End Of The County In The Very Near Future Believe In The East End Of Marion County, Its Oil Possibilities as Well as Iron Ore, Stock Raising and Agricultural Future of the County as a Whole. Your Interests are our Interests so lets All Pull Together For Everything that makes for Progress toward a Better and Brighter TOWH AND COUNTY J. M. HORNS And Associates Sponsors Of FITZWATER--! TERRY No. 1

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

V I'..' '■ 1 ' ■ II-'.u <n.A mm It is to pioneers in all walks of life that have made Texas the great state it is! When M. D. K. Fitzwater and J. M. Home and associates brought in the PIT^WATER-TBRRY NO. 1 As an oil well, they accomplished great things for Jefferson and Marion county and we want to congratulate these pioneers on the results of their efforts. Southwestern Gas & Electric Company A. W. HENDERSON, Manager W. C. Burr, of Dallas, is viRit idg his mother, Mrs. Fred T. Burr, at Trees City. Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Hood of Omaha, were week end guest® HHILC9 RADIOS C. S. McCasland Representative Haggard FurnftnureCo. Phone NO. 388 of her parents, Dr. and Mr3. Fe- lix Peebles. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thompson and J, H. and Marjory, spent Sunday in Kilgore. Mrs. Vance Ford was a Mar- shall visitor Saturday' Miss Ruth Henderson was a Marshall visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. El via E. Jus- tice hare returned from a visit with relatives in Nacogdoches. Doug Johnson spent Sunday with home...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

THE MARION OeUNTY COURIER ARE PROUD of the Fitzwater - Ttrry No. I In tl\& East Kiicl of Marion County And desire to extend our congratulations to Mr, Fitzwater and Mr. Home and associates and want them to know we deeply appreci- ate their efforts and are proud of their success. We also extend a hearty welcome to A. J. Vestal, J. D. Reyn- olds, Aland George Sutton, Joe Straughan, Rip C. Underwood, Eli Howell and others who have purchased leases heie in the East End and wish them all success in their various drilling activities — Here's hoping you develop the BES1 shallow oil field in this entire section. Visit The NEW East End Oil Field, But don't FORGET to come down to ... . SON'S PLACE Just a few hundred yards from the Wells, for Ice Cold Beer, Groceries and Cold Drinks A. J. WATKINS Service Station Highway 49 24 HOUR SERVICE Gulf-Texaco-Cities Service and East Texas Gasoline '"Serve You With A Smile" We are the CLOSEST place west to the NEW OIL WELL to get Cold Drinks, Candie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

1 Your Convenient HUMBLE Service Station Not only offers you that better HUMBLE Gas and Motor Oil, BUT let us SUM- MER1ZE YOUR CAR NOW ! WASH and GREASE $ 4 FA Your CAR Only . . l«3U Humble Service Station At The Court House Square Harper Davis, Mgr THE MARION COUNTY COVRISK Special Health Clinic Two Days Only—Thursday-Friday, June 29 - 30 Office of Dr. Everett Denton Dr. K. P. Laurence, D. C.. Ph. C.. of Los Angeles, Calif., Nationally Known Drugless and Chiro- practic Clinician in Charge. Have a complete Health Examination with dietary deficiencies determined the New Way. Special Scientific equipment will be used in each case ex- amined, for ONLY ONE DOLLAR Investigate This Unusual Opportunity if Your Problem is ILL HEALTH! |Clinic sponsored by Dr. Everett Denton, Jefferson, Tex] Neat Job Printing .... Prices Reasonable. IISSI MET HERE MONDAY The County Commissioners held their regular meeting Mon- day, and had quite a bit of busi-1 ness before them dealing with the rapidly growin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

f TBM MAMOtf COUNTY C91 \ t THE MAMON COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Boh) RRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in p<* t office at Jefferson, Texas as second ctass maH matter under the act of March 3, 1870. NOTICE OF SALE OP REAL ESTATE SabM-j-lptton (In the County) Stkmription (Poreijcn) $1.00 Per Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation oi any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns at The Marion County Courier will he gladly corrected upon being Brought to the attention of the publisher. ifeOCAL — PERSONAL Mrs. H. A. Bridge, of Avinftar wm in Marshall Tuesday. Rogers Rainey, Jr., of Bon- ham, is the guest of lils father, Rogers Rainey, of the First National Hank. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Denton and .son Frank, have returned from a visit with Mrs. Denton's father, J. H. Sheppard, at Blum. LOST—Pair of gold rimmed Klawses return to J. E. Town- ley and reoeive reward. FOR SALEi—Butane Gas Sys- tem. Used only a few montns. Will sell che...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

% ttlTZ DtOTCHLE Of BOSTON CARRIED AM /0V9 UWTED states pehhv m HIS POCKET FOR 73 WARS, THIN PISCOI/C9CV rr was worth 1350, soi p it, and found it oh the street two weeks later copelahtps# ofnemvorr.worea fresh red caqnat/ou e !/£&</ oa</ for more thau 2.6 ve4rs... cruauks to wiuih/hsiweitt) maxib . , , <oheu was 1 ightwcight aoxinc, champion of me inno in n/3, and the same wear pat o'maha cla/mto the heavv weight chmpion- swp of russia. tvaifte OPENS LEASE ANO SMIE OFFICE L. A. Thornptoa and son, J. H. Thompson, have rented the building next to Hood's barber- shop and have opened their of- fice for handling real estate, rentals, giis and oil leases. Mr. Thompson is a licensed broker and has handled a lot of acreage in the East End of the county. Mr. Thompson formerly nad his offices in the Moseley build- in p. FOR SALE - Registered Duroc male hog*. Can b« ma at the East Texas Livestock Commis- sion Oempany barn or see J. B, Whelan, or phon e 203. tf . Vka Ml •kavld dii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 16 June 1939

(feaftfF m arion cguwty , V t1 •• . \ \ f Haggard Benefit Association A Safe and Economical Burial Policy for Jat'fer- son and Vicinity. Non Medical Policies. Premiums are paid monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually—as you prefer. NO ASSESSMENTS One month to (55 years. The low coat of this pro- tection is within reach of every family. For example: The average family of four, ages 34, 29, 9 and 4 years would only cost 60c per month. Bonded—Operation under direct supervision of the Board of Insurance Commissioners of the State of Texas. For Further Information See Haggard Funeral Home Phone 97 Home office Phone 97 O. T. Haggard, Pres. T. D. Roberts, Jr. Secy-Treas, I ABIT When unexpected com- Ull I Pany c°mes and y°u\ find you need some Groceries, Fresh Meats, Canned Goods, Bread, Milk, etc. Just jump in your car or Phone 59 and let us deliver it promptly. We are open from 5 a. m. until 10 p. m. Every Day. Fason and Wilson Phone 59 On Highway 49 Across From Dunham-Price Lumber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 23 June 1939

1)1 w The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In ; Marion County The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. June 23, 1939 VOL. 3— No •ijfe 4 v ^ I &H (© o 4* Covers Marion And. Parts Of Cass And ; Harrison Counties 1 JEFFERSON RECOGNIZED AS L People all over Texas are quick to say Jeffefrson is one of the most logical places in which to place the first iron •re reducing plant in all Cast Texas. We not only have had ore plants before, but now with the natural gas as well as other rescoursps, together with a liberal freight rate, Jeffereon has many advantages. We are proud of the fact that the Arkansas-Louisiana Gas Co., subscribed $10,000 and the L. & A. Railway $5, 000 for Jefferson quota last week. This lets those who are interested, know our location and its value to this all important industry. In commenting on the iron ore reduction plant, Secre- tary Hooper, states contracts will be prepa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 23 June 1939

'i- feMMfcuJMP • «*•' ■ • I THE MARION COUNTY COVRKX THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Hob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entcrt'fi in post office at Jefferson. Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Sabti<'ri| tion (In tlic Count) ) Sub cri|itlo« (Foreign) $1.00 Per Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation h may appear in the columns gladly corrected upon being of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The /Marion County Courier will NOTICE OF SALE OP REAL ESTATE 416 he brought'to the attention of the publisher. S.' LOCAL PPR^ONAI ! and Mrs. D. Townes ■ | Windham, and children went to Greenville Tuesday t o accom- pany his aunt, Mrs. C. M. Ports- wood home, after her visit hsre for a few weeks. W, L. Derrick and Buddie Trice were in Kilgore Monday. Me«. G. W. Keese, G. T. Hag- gard and son, George were in Shreveport Monday. LOST—Pair of gold rimmed glasses -return to J. E. Town- le.tr and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 23 June 1939

Upr q TTTT'. UARlOiS) COUNTY COURIKK CROSS TIES WANTED T " ' 1 want to buy your Pine, White Oak, Post Oak, Chin- quapin, and other oak cross - tics at a reasonable price. See or phone nie any time. J. B. W H E L A N Phone 293 T. R. RICHEY 55 TO HAVE L For the best Virgin Pine, kiln dried lumber in East Texas at a live and let live price, either in a small bill or a carload, you can always save mon- ey by coming to see RflU Ware & Driskell Lumber Company Mill and Plant at Sarber Marion County's Oldest Lumber MarmfanrtuBfe^e T. R. Ricliey, on« of the beet known lumber moil in E&stTej.as and parts of ArkanBas, who re- cently i U! chased the Caddo Lum- ber Company on highway 49, has been busy overhauling the mill installing new and modern equip- ment, until today you would hardly recogrtize it as the some mill. Mr. Richey's latest improve- ment has been an up-to-d&to planer that is several times larg- er than t he old one and increas- es the output as well ac efficiency of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 23 June 1939

Vv 1 > memt - ;• <iOI MARION COUNTY ™ ER WSK® KlU W ..jlfSPRAY Till • QUICKER KILLING • LEAVES NO ODOR • KILLS GARDEN INSECTS • WON'T TAINT FOOD • WILL NOT STAIN • PLEASANT TO USE Local News Happenings Items of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town Gulfs Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Andrew?, and son, Gary Bert, spent Sun- day with relatives inMt. Vernon 251. FavielPs Gro. & Market No other insecticide has so many desirable qualities # as Gulftpray. Try an economical pint can today— and see how easy it is to keep your home free annoying flies, mosquitoes, and other ianca. SAVES MY FACE! SAVES MY MONEY! #4p°R ■t 10< SINGLE-EDGE Mr. and Mrs. Harper Davis have returned from a pleasant trip to Galveston. Mrs. R. A. Sullivan, Jr., of De- Queen, Ark., who has been visit- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Br^dshaw, returned home Sunday, accompanied by h e r sister Marijane, who will spend a few week#. Mr. aad Mrs. A. M. B«wer, of Nacogdoches,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 30 June 1939

f The Only Home X Owned Paper In \ Marion County R i .V 4- The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marlon County Agricultural Association ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦< I I I I I * l + f 4 ; Covers Marion And! I ! Parts Of Cass And ;; I Harrison Counties > Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. June 30, 1939 VOL. 3— No 6 in 4, GROCERY STORE CLOSES EARLIER; ALSO CLOSED SUNDAY'S DURING JULY Reports are current that the grocery stores in Jefferson will close each weelc day at 7 p. m,, and also remain closed all day on Sunday throughout the month of July and possibly all through the summer. This is ;i mighty good move and will give the owners and clerks an opportunity to go to church and really enjoy a day of rest. "LEI'S BE ALIVE ON THE FIFTH" IS SLOGAN CONDUCT REVIVAL AT HIS FIRST PASTORATE Rev. D. Townes Windham, pastor of the First Methodist church, will preach in revival services at Chester, Texas, next week, beginning Sunday evening and continuing through the sec- ond Sunday. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 30 June 1939

► I THE MAKION COUNTY COVROOt THE MARION COIIITY COURIER |p[ « SMI CAMP R. G. (Boh) 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) Subscription (Foreign) Sl.00 Per *1.30 Per Year 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. An Expensive Minority The actions of our bunch of legislators have been such as to make such things as the battle of the Alamo and San Jacinto seem all in vain and cause such men as Houston on clown to Hogg to feel that their efforts were all wasted. Yet, next year when the time comes to go before the voters, every mother's son of them will have alibis that will make it sound as if they were the only ones who tried to do right, when, in fact, they should "back...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 30 June 1939

SEEN 0! YEARS AGO Tiie following- letter was re- ceived b y J. W. Moseley, o f Smitbland recently and handed to us with the request that we publish same. Here 'tis: Omaha, Neb. 963 N". 25th. Ave May, 9th. l'J39 Ivir. J. W. Moseley, Smithland, Texas Mr. Moseley, I know you don't remember me but this one of i^rank Jordon's daughters, this js Hestie Jordon, or was at that time. Mr. Mose'ey I know you have heard aboui Father Divine I am one of his followers, and he Leaches us to pay all old bills, no matter how old they may be, and return all stolen goods. This is a bill you don't know anything about and since 1 have accepted the teaching of Father Divine who is God A1 mighty and is here in a body and is causing me to confess my sin and make all wrongs right. In the year off 1916 you had a watermellon patch just over the hill from our house! at that time I would go in there and steal your watermelons so now I am paying you for tnem which amounts to $1.00 to show you Mr. Moseley, nothing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 30 June 1939

* 1 V v A t ...aRION county Asthma Cause Fought in 3 Minutes By dissolving and removing mucus 01 phlegm that causes strangling, choking. Asthma attacks, the doctor's prescription Mendaco removes the cause of your agony. No smokes, no dopes, no injections. Ab- solutely tasteless. Blurts work In 3 minutes. Bleep soundly tonight. Boon feel well, years younger, stronger, and eat anything. Guar- anteed completely satisfactory or' money back. If your druggist is out ask him to order Mendaco for you. Don't suffer another day. The guarantee protects you. -Buy II In Jefferson— Mrs. I. Lipman had as her house guests over the week-end, two former residents of Jeffer- son, Mrs. R. F. 08burn, of San Antonio, and her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Monday and Betty Marie Monday, of Houston. Mrs. Lip- man's sister, Mrs. J. B. Solman and daughter Jeanne, of Houston accompanied them here for a longer visit. Local News Happenings You and Your Friends by the Man About Town Items of Interest About Garnered Here a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 7 July 1939

; The Only Home I Owned Paper In ! Marion County Issued Every Friday The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marlon And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties Jefferson, Texas, Friday. July 7, VOL. ■4 m pi m / fe PLANS FOR SOIL [JIQT PUQ DEVELOPMENT REUNION ATTENDED BY CONSERVATION SETUP Lna 1 Ll,u UL,LLUrmu11 SEVENTY-FIVE PEOPLE E LOOMS BETTER EACH WELL v The annual Elrod-Puckett re- union which has been held for many years on Caddo Lake on, the 4th. of July, was attended by o v e r seventy-five kinsmen and friends this year. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elrod 1 started the reunion several years ago and it has become something all the relatives and friends look forward to each Ju- ly 4th. The reunion was heid this 4th. at Hallett's Camp and the guests were served barbeoued pork and nearly 100 pounds of fine fish and all the trimmings they could possibly eat. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elroo, the host and hostess, W. L. Puc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 7 July 1939

I M TOE MARION COUNTY COVBUBR THE MARION COUNTY COURIER H. G. (Boh) BRAPSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. SabHrrlption (In thr County) Hobtu-ription (Foreign) $1.00 Per Year $1.50 Per Year WRICHTPATMAN'S WEEKLY NEWS UTTER jm-.v.. - CONGRESSMAN ~ TEX AS, ^ 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. Why Not Co-operate The past few days the Texas newspapers have carried stories from Senator Hill, of Henderson, and others asking Governor O'Daniel to call a special session of the legisla ture to "do something about the old age pensions," etc. If this was not such a serious problem it would make us laugh to think a group of men, selected by the voters of this great commonwealth to represent them in the legis...

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