William Woolfolk scripts the Superman story in Action 134 (July 1949), with art by Boring and Kaye.
In what very much feels like the opening to a late 50 or early 60s story, a man comes to the Daily Planet, asking for help running a crusading rural newspaper. Perry White thinks this is a great idea, and orders Lois and Clark to come with him.
The story actually deals very little with the rebuilding of the newspaper, and dives instead into the western environment. Superman may not ever put on a cowboy hat, but he does spend most of the story dealing with cowboy-type problems, like rescuing Lois from a stampeding herd.
Binder, Swan and Fischetti deal with the economics of 1989 in this tale. Mars needs workers, but the price of travel there is prohibitive. A man is selling contained space suits, advertised as being able to make the entire voyage for a very low price, and gets many takers.
The men get stranded partway there, as the suits are not even close to being able to do the trip. Tommy, as colonel in the Planeteers, captains the ship that rescues them. But the men accuse him of not caring about their situation, when he announces that he will return them to Earth.
So Tommy finds a variety of reasons to keep moving his ship towards Mars, including fighting a space dragon. The creatures ability to fly in a vacuum is ascribed to ether-currents. Whatever they are. The other Planeteers on the ship work to repair and upgrade the suits, and Tommy releases the men close enough to Mars that they can complete the journey.
Vigilante has to face a team of murderous thieves in this story by Gardner Fox and Dan Barry.
The Four Horsemen of Villainy wear identical black garb, and for a while, people think there is only one man, capable of astounding feats. People are so frightened that Greg Sanders finds his show has been cancelled. He is pretty mad about this, as he and Stuff travelled all the way out there, so he gets into his Vigilante costume and starts tracking the Horsemen. He figures out that there have to be more than one man.
The climax leaves Stuff to the side, as Vigilante fights and defeats all four of the horsemen.