The Marion County Courier (Jefferson, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, April 14, 1939 Page: 3 of 4
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THE MARION COUNTY CObrtlBR
Local News Happenings
Items of Interest About
Garnered Here and There
You and Your Friends
by the Man About Town
E. It. Todd was in Marshall
EAGLE LYE MAKES HOUSE-
, CLEANING EASY!
Hard water means hard work when
you start cleaning. So save time,
Itbor and needless waste of soap by
first softening water with econom-
ical eagle lye ... at a cost of only
« fraction of a cent per gallon!
^ Keep eagle lye always on hand.
For it has many valuable uses
abound the house. It destroys dis-
agreeable odors when applied liber-
ally to their source; cleans and
freshens dark, musty corners.
It cuts grease . . . cleans un-
peinted floors . . . cleans sluggish
drains ... and cleans garbage cans.
And soap! You can make a neu-
tral, high-grade, all-purpose soap
tastly with eagle lye . . . for only
1c for a large bar!
So call for eagle lye by name
— Get a supply of genuine eagle
lye (avoid substitutes!)
ircm your grocer today!
Writ• For Free Booklet
pennsylvania salt mfg. co.
Depi , 20 N. Wiiclter Drive
The Courier for Job
C. S. McCasland
Haggard Furniture Co.
Phone No. 833
W. C. Wicker of Mim3 Chapel
was in the city Wednesday.
L. A. Thompson was in Shreve
John A, Hughes was in
Jim Parsons and F. L. Neider-
nieier were in Lougview Tuesdsy
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hender-
son were in Linden Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. CJalvin Starnes
of Kilgore, visited relatives and
friends here Monday.
Misses Mary Margaret and
Jeanette King, of Austin, who
visited former schoolmates dur-
the holidays, returned home
City Marshall Homer Meisen-
heimer and Tom Schellinger re-
turned Sunday from a business
trip to New Orleans and Beau-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Singleton
and Mrs. Virgil McCasland spent
the week end with the former's
daughter, Mrs. LeCompte, at
Haggard Benefit Association
A BURIAL POLICY FOR ALL AGES
Economical Safe Non Medical Policies
INSURANCE FOR ALL AGES
One month to 100 years. The low cost of this pro-
tection is within reach of every family. For example:
Ihe average family of four, ages 34, 29, 9 and 4 years
would only cost (10c per month.
Bonded—Operation under direct supervision of
the Board of Insurance Commissioners of the State
For Further Information See
Haggard Funeral Home
Phone 07 Home office Phone 97
G. T. Haggard, Pres. T. I). Roberts, Jr. Secy-Treas,
ORE WILL BE
EAST TEXAS MEET
Beaumont—"Iron Ore Reduc-
tion with East Texas Gas" will
be discussed by Julius D. Mud
ras, mining engineer of Detroit,
Michigan, at the convention of
the East Texas Chamber of Com-
merce at Beaumont, April 24, it
has been announced by Hubert
M. Harrison, viae president and
general manager of the regional
Mr, Madras conferred with a
group of East Texas industrial
leaders at Longview last month
on the industrial prospects of
iron manufacture by his new p*o
cess for use of natural gas. Many
who did not meet him have ex-
pressed interest in the proposi-
tion and will have the opportuni.
ty to hear him at Beaumont.
Also appearing on the Monday
afternoon group meeting on In-
dustry and Government will be
Jake Loy, Sherman, Piesident
Texas County Judges Associa-
tion, Judge Loy will speak on
"A Business Man's Approach to
Curtis Morris, Tax Director of
the East Texas Chamber, will
serve as secretary to the group
conference and will report on
the activities of his department
in behalf of economy and effic-
iency in government.
"Letters received from promi-
nent metallurgists on Mr. Mad-
ras and his process are very en-
couraging," M>, Harrison said.
"Our purpose is to serve all East
Texas by developing and inves-
tigating the best information
available on the important sub-
ject of iron ore development.
Our report wili be furnished to
all local groups that are interest
ed. We will investigate various
men and processes impartially
but wb teel that Mr. Madras has
presented information which is
most interesting and should
carefully studied by all who ^re
seriously interested In Iron $ra
Remember the clean-up cam-
paign starts Monday, April 17.
Two very desirable
residence lots in the
to City of Jefferson.
For full particulars, see
J. W- Moody
NOPE HUGHES SAYS:
After hearing many of my best farmer
friends in Cass County say they had
tried the new KING COTTON FER-
TILIZER last year and that it was
without an equal at any price, I am
very anxious to see it tried out in
our county, so I have ordered a car
load of KING COTTON. I am back-
ing this new fertilizer because some
real farriers tell me it is the best
cotton fertilizer they ever used.
Come in and talk it over.
t\;-•• :v v/r
Let All Unite to Develop Jefferson
and Marion County!
Farming 0 Oil Fields o Iron Ore ° Stock Raising o Truck
Growing ° Poultry o Lumber Industry
These and many other things that go to make Marion County one of the best places in the South to live and en-
joy the things that we need to make up a happy and prosperous community.
Our farmers have on a program of intensive farming, more food and feed, more produce of all kinds on fewer acres.
Our merchants have always made it a rule to buy everything our farmers have to sell and sell the farmers what
they need at a low profit, thereby enabling them to work hand in hand for the upbuilding of our town and
county—to develop its resources large and small.
Let's Boost and Pull for a Full Development of the Things We Have at Our Door
and Build a County of Which We Will Be Proud,
L. A. THOMPSON
Real Estate, Oil Leases, Royaities
H. A. PRUITT
General Merchandise, Groceries, Feed
Hardware, Phone lflfi
BAXTER ABSTRACT COMPANY
Successor to Barnett. Abstract Oo.
W. II. Baxter Owner and Manager
J. W. MOODY—Everybody Knows
Do s—"The Coldest Beer in Town-'
J W. LEMMON
On® of the Oldest General Mercantile
Businesses in Marion County.
SEDBERRY'S DRUG STORE
Forward With Progress Always
DR. EVERETT DENTON
A Modern Chiropractic Health Servite
Jefferson, Texas Phone 250
T. J. SULLIVAN
Meat Market and Grocery, Phone 197
E. L. JONES INSURANCE AGENCY
Ail Kinds of Insurance
JOHN A. HUGHES
FITZWATER & SON
J. B. WHELAN
A. J. VBSTAL
Banker and Oil Developer
LLO W. WOOD
Oil Lease Broker—Real Estate
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Bradshaw, R. G. The Marion County Courier (Jefferson, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, April 14, 1939, newspaper, April 14, 1939; Jefferson, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293117/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.