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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

•' ?: POLITICAL NEWS AND ADVERTISING Sweetwater Reporter * or tie VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1938 POLITICAL AND ADVERTISING NUMBER 73 Approximately 50 Persons Employed To Hold July Primary ^ Election Judges Are Appointed By Commissioners Polling Places In Most Pr Dii incts To Be In ict School Houses ifffoc riz- m <uhi Approximately 50 persons will Abe needed in the county's 14 voting precincts to hold the dem- ocratic primaries and the general election in November. ™ Before the county's more than 4,500 votes are finally tabulated, nearly 75 persons will have been kept busy all day Saturday, July 23, counting the ballots and | maintaining the polling places. Judges Of Election Following is a list of judges and clerks, appointed by the county commissioners, to con- duct elections this year: * Precinct No. 1, Sweetwater—E. B. Hull, W. H. Berinett, Gerald Fitzgerald, and T. L. Hughes. No. 2. Billercreek—O. B. Eid- son and Kred Brown. I No. 3,...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

■■i '.l J*' 4 Fi :! K";'- € # V t> * ' , t ! i i I • CiHb . - . ' • r,s Statement THE VOTERS OF THE ITY SECOND JUDICIAL JBT> In my work as a prosecuting attorney, I have labored diligent- ly to enforce all the laws fairly and impartially and to build up a wholesome respect for law and order to the end that we may continue to maintain those standards of moral and social decency in our several communi- ties 'which will guarantee to everyone security in life, liberty and property and the opportuni- ty of rearing one's family under normal established American traditions. As to whether I have cobp- erated with our grand juries and other enforcement agencies, and as to the efficiency and ef- fectiveness of my work in this regard, I shall gladly refer you to our good citizens who have served on our grand juries, to the personnel of the enforcement agencies, and to others familiar with the proceedings of the dist- rict court. (Signed) GEORGE OUTLAW. * . Lady Luck— (Continent from page...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

THUBSDAY, JUNE SO, 1988 HPi SWEETWATER KEPOSTEH, SWEETWATER, TEXAS p*>Wt" few Liberalized Investment .egulations In Effect July 1 ' tloi X WASHINGTON — (UP)—The treasury department has an- «unced liberalized investment d bank-examination regula- tions for national banks in a love designed to break down >e "fear complex" of many nkers and unleash millions of pilars for lethargic business. / The revisions, drafted after months of quarrelsome negotia- tions among new deal fiscal ex- perts which pitted Treasury Sec- tary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Hainst Chairman Marriner S. Eccles of the federal reserve board, become effective July 1. The regulations apparently are a compromise in which both Jjorgenthau and Eccles won concessions. Morgenthau want- ed liberalized rules but insisted that protection of depositors be guaranteed. Eccles demanded that bankers be given more .•eedom to make investments and loans. Both were victories. For the first time, under the new regulations, bankers can...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

McMATH, JR. v Tfce . mmst, mi m ma Make Texas A Greater State' |K wit. T«XM The qualities of Jim Hogg, ftuey Long, and Franklin Roose- velt weld into the character of Karl A. Crowley. With the blendings of a right- eous sense of opposing selfish interests, an indomitable ram- force and an inter conscionable friendliness of three noted men, Crowley comes upon the scene of Texas politics like the mythi- cal "man on the horse", come to preserve the hardy spirit of our traditional glory and to help administer a program of prac- tical, honorable official action for the good and benefit of six mil- lion Texans. Evades No Issues Burning with zeal to "help make Texas greater, if I may", the candidate for governor evades no issues, fears no man, enshrines his conception of duty to all, saying, that his resigna- tion from his $9,000-a-year post as legal head of the post office department was prompted not by the thought of adding laurels to his name, but there was in his feelings the urge to u...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

!■*" n. >AY, JUNE 30, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS rlie Jones In ive Race "Having been born and rear- ed on a farm in Texas, I feel that I know the needs of the common people. "On December 28, 1919, I land- ed in Fisher county for the first time. Got a job picking cotton and finished the cotton harvest in March, 1920. "The soil looked good, the peo- ple big-hearted and the climate favorable. I determined to own a home out in the west, so after finishing the wheat harvest in the Dakotas in the summer of 1920, I landed seven miles south- west of Rotan on October 15, 1920, on the A. Wood farm, and got a job picking cotton which lasted until March 24, 1921. Got married, rented sixty acres on halves from Mr. Wood in 1921. Rented eighty acres from Mrs. R. J. Ellis on third and fourth in 1922. Rented one-half section from Mrs. Ellis in 1923 and 1924. Bought the Ellis one-half section in 1925. Later bought the Wood farm. Later bought one-half section on plains. At present ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

I E. Stanfield, ■ third feneration of • former Nolan coun- and Instrumental in isation of four rur- thls year, Is rounding first term as county sup- it and is asking re-elec- tor a second term. Inia Elizabeth Edinburgh born on a farm about three and one-half miles southwest of Bryan, Brazos county. Her great grandfather, C. C. Edin- burgh, settled in what is now Walker county in 1824 and fought in the battle of San Jac- into under his personal friend, dteneral Sam Houston. Her grandfather, W. B. Edinburgh, a member of Hood's Brigade was killed in the battle of Mansfield in Louisiana during the Civil War. A brother, J. H. Edinburgh enlisted in service in the U. S. army in Oct. 1917, sailing for France in January, 1918, as wagoneer of the 23rd company of 20th Engineers, re- turned to America in May 1919. He received his honorable dis- charge June, 1919, at Camp Pike. As the result of gas he receiv- ed while in the trenches he died on the eve of Armistice Day in 1930. Mother From Norwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

, !C' tm ~-— . j.: ^-wirr;- T^T—t Wm W'^W^W I 1 j X -' 'W- -'•'••f-fWS^^W 'Animal Fair' Attracts 309 Pets For Parade Saturdd' Sweden's Royal Pair Visit U. S. Sweden's royal pair, Crowu Prince Guntaf Adolf and his wife, the Crown Princess Louise are visitiiiK America for the first time since 1020. They took part in the Swedish tercentenary at Wilmington, Del., where the first Swedish settlers to this country were honored. Prince Gustaf had to curtail his part- in the ceremonies bccausc of illness. W" ' W7" * % / V / Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1938 NUMBER 76 U. S. PLANS 98 FIGHTING RUNES Search For Medill McCormick Ends Body Finally Found V 9 ( * ALBUQl'KRQUE — (UP) —. The body of John Medill Mc- f Cormick, heir to u Chicago pub- lishing fortune, lias been found in the wild Sandia mountains, the U. S. forest service report-! ed today. 1 he discovery ended a search | started a week ago when Mrs. Ruth lianna McCormick Simms, | mother ol McCormick, bec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

SIM? SWEETWATER REPOHTElC SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 1,1938 . Giants Increase National League Lead To Four Qarnes Relieves ler to Win [eventh Game Vlui Mango Blanks Bees With One Hit; Yankees Win 3rd Over Athletics HELEN MOODY, HELEN JACOBS REACH FINALS AT WIMBLEDON NEW YORK — (UP) — The New-York Giants increased their National League lead to four games when they slaughtered the Philadelphia Phillies 14-1 with a 19-hit attack. Hank Leiber and Sambo Les- lie paced the Giant attack: Lieb- er •drove in five runs with a homer, two doubles and a sin- gle-. Leslie got two doubles and three singles in six trips. Clyde Caatleman doled out seven hits for his third win of the year. Losing pitcher was Ed Pass- eau, who was driven to the showers by the Giants nine-run assault in the third. The Pittsburgh Pirates climb- ed, into second place when they took a 3-1 decision over the Cincinnati Reds. Both clubs are four games behind the Giants, but because of fewer games played the Pirates took ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

mmmi wmm *' ''''jjffifyf1** FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1938 ; '• I SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FACE" #1 • #1 t * /• " " / / . I // / ✓ : HI 1 1 Y NVviR^ 1<flha GVP*. 2l,2® V • o-^, •V'x\> \ - ■ N>\\l > ^ ;s N ^\C '-\fe 5W " Fancy Vine Itipened TOMATOES Lb 5 lb. Basket 20 lb. Handle Basket 19c 49c PLUMSLarKe Vl""'w Bushel Small Pickling- j &jsP*d squash Yellow or White 3 lbs BELL PEPPER GREEN BEANS California ETTUCE J umbo Gallon Can CELERY CUCUMBERS i ,': '';11 59c CUCUMBERS1 i"L„ ,4Vzc Ice Cold m WATERMELON ■ 1 Small Tender - - - lb. Small Size EGGPLANT - This Store Closed All Day Monday MMWBBMMMBBMMMHMMMHMMMMKHBHHBBHWMHBBflMfflMBHMWBMSl FLUFFIEST i m#.i fcuwmi pii—iwwi—bi «■ umii—lwiMiim hm—h 111 in i n i heis in iiniinA 1 Lome Grown • I • j i • Cello Bag 2 Limit B—BBBMK8WMBME—IIBWHB8BBaiBaBaBE38Ejti8^ 3fc Pure Cane 1 Limit ID. CSoth Bag M j£i Blackeyed Peas I© lb. Paper Bag ^ifflK<wwwr8aiBaMiwTO «-. a Del Monte Crushed or Sliced Pf!T PFPPFB L'",K (;reen 1Ar I l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

attention of the publisher#. PAGE FOUR Mfettfttfc and U baptiaed thaU be aav kmi he that believeth not thall be damned.— 16;16. Falrtt U to believe, on the word of God, what do not see, and its reward is. to see and enjoy we believe.—Augustine. SWEETWATER, TEXAS •-•Features & FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1938 office in r-.„ George Bennltt and Bennltt, Puba TIME AGAIN TO THINK ■ OF SAFE AND SANE HOLIDAY : It's just time to get in a word about safe and sane ■ holidays. A last word before the double period for re- ; and celebrating another glorious birthday of ; our old Uncle Sam. While it is still in order to warn - one and all about the danger to life and limb of f ire- : works in its many ramifications, today traffic takes ; the heaviest toll of life. But this doesn't mean that the fireworks have become innocent. It merely indicates 'that changing times bring new problems. The words safe and sane as applied to celebrat- . ing the July 4th holiday came after years of suf- • fering from injuri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

.as $V§f? * '. v TODAY) JULY 1, 1988 ' ' ,ji i"iw 1 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS pack BROS. SELL for LESS PACK BROS. SELL for LESS pack BEOS. sell for LESS pack HIWH. SELL for LESS pace bros. sell for LESS pace bros. SELL for less l'A< k bros. SELL for less pack BROS. SELL for < THE _____ * —** YOU SAVE DOLLARS IN OUR STORE FRIDAY and SATURDAY With Money Saved at **ace Bros. ™ Food Purchases Mrs. Tuckers SHORTENING 8lb ctn Limit To Customer 75c B LAUNDRY SOAP Wrapped —Big 4—Large Bars Giant O ■K Wrapped U BORDEN'S MILK PV Small J Cans Limit 7 SUGAR Imperial Pure Cane 25 Lb Cloth Bag 1 Limit aSH^ With Other Merchandise FLOUE KANSAS BEST FIRST GRADE Reg. 1.43 Seller 48lbs $f 2 Limit Giant F mii>' si« Post Post Toasties Ac 2 Limit Gingham Girl In Heavy Syrup Peaches -14® 3 Limit Mot her's Maxwell House IT/ Glass Free With * 1 wMa1-4 lb. Tea 4- 23c Wrigleys ^ SCKER 1 I L JAtKS lift mm i inn ■ TOMATOES pgi i No. 2 can .... * f 1 is /if Cherries - - GREENS Can • £ W ,&l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

fmm SWEETWATER mm nmmv jircr r, ww Class women of the sewing fwere present for a home where Miss Ella nty nurse, demon- tyar to make, sterilize use iompressed bandages. ; The points stressed by Miss Ktton included the way to ap- a bandage to a wound, not tly contacting, the affected jrt. Knots should be tied ^ ere they are easily reached! and not to cause discomfort.' Jie end of the fingers should iver be covered in bandaging [a hand. By the appearance of 'the fingers or other parts, a bandage applied too tightly can readily be seen. Symptoms of swelling will be noticed, said Miss Patton. The, purpose of a bandage is to hold a dressing in place, keep splints in place, and con- trol bleeding by pressure. A compressed bandage may be made by layers of old rags that have been sterilized. To do this cut the rags in strips three and half by three and half in- ches square and wrap in brown paper. The package may be placed in an oven and baked for an hour, the nurse said. « o__ Harvester— (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

■; Ts:-m*&. > •' $$ ::itsW:*r miDAY, JULY lj 1938 • l« > HOME MADE S p e cializlng In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted Q Milk .. 9C Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c HAIR CUT 25c To insure greater comfort In Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan Registered Optometrists Expert examl- ^ nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lensea duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS REPAIR LOANS 5% F. H. A. « Made on Your Income And Credit Record ( Open Note • 3 Years to Repay « No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your home. JENNINGS LUMBER CO. 300 W. 3rd Dial 2701 -LOANS- • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 July 1938

mm—nnr~«iM-nn^—-n*~rTT-rr "nr-"ii 11 mum '{ : r ' *t-: ^ • . .. .•■■•• ^ ■•■ . '• - -*w** .■■ '■ ■ ' ■ f" M ii I, mm i< ii ■ mm.... n ;4:4' '4 Wi 3*$ •''- v§§| •. ■ i^ ■ i,1 in 1 have been com- ma w the young matrons of k Tounc Women's League for E—this evening of and his 14-piece or- ■ With Phil Harris, whose po;v _ _jd|o and picture features .ve received countless letters ' at 'praise, is to be Miss Ruth Rob- in, featured in vocal selections. the league was requested by the orchestra to provide two pianos and innumerable music stands for one of the largest dance orchestras ever to visit Sweetwater for a one-night en- gagement. Funds from the dance are to Blondell And Powell Have Baby Daughter HOLLYWOOD — (UP) — An eight-pound baby girl was born late yesterday to Joan Blondell, actress-wife of Crooner Dick Powell, at Cedars of Lebanon hospital. Attendants said both the ac- tress and the child were in splendid condition. The girl will be christened "Ellen." It'is the second child...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

•)l I s pbb*. ' ™11 mm 4 7$lm ■up. W&'QtJ s Pet P. Business to Suspend Monday ! • ' To Observe Fourth Practically all business will be^> suspended in Sweetwater to- morrow as the city quietly ob- serves Independence Day. July Fourth is one of the five legal holidays adopted two years ago by the trade extension com- mittee of the Board of City De- velopment, and most business houses have closed on the Fourth since that time. There will be no publication of the Sweetwater Reporter Monday, publication to be re- sumed Tuesday. Most of the city, county and federal offices will be closed Monday. However, the parcel post and stamp windows at the postoffice are to be opsn from 8 to 9 o'clock Monday morning. No public observance of In- dependence Day has been ar- ranged for Sweetwater. Police, fire and health offi- cials, as well as other organiza- tions joined Saturday in urging citizens to observe the holiday carefully, so that the loss of life, loss of property through fire and oth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

r.-rXm swans* ►raves In Tribal War Party ^wwrnim. li rf Johnny Humphries Ken Kellner Bob Feller Sett Heath For several seasons the Cleveland Indians have been considered potential |>ennant contend- ers, bnt not until these lonr youngsters blossom ed out this year has the Tribe maintained such a sustained drive. The principal difference between the Redskins* of other campaigns and the current one are, left to right above: Jeff Heath, who has earned a regular job in left field; Johnny Humphries, who is starring as a relief worker; Ken Keltner, slugging third base- man, and Bob Feller. Record Crowd Sees Leaders Win Sunbeam Loses to Gulf, 104; M.&M. Beats Roscoe, 184 Magnolia-Medicos Widen Lead in League, Refiners Tagging at Their Heels Rallies in the late innings brought a 10-to-4 victory to the second place Gulf crew over the Sunbeam ten in a listless game Friday in the first game of a slow double bill. Sunbeam scor- ed 2 runs in the second and third innings to take a good lead...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

. .." ' ' ' ' Vv;';. SUNpAy,V|ilLY*3,"1938', r i %M4&M ■ # SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS pilpf fl r,:r; m.- r • ■ ■" '£•' M in • ! • In r * |n- d e id r I c" # r3, i,: * /n ITS. p ♦ Jk" Iri- Irs Its. W « in • • • i • • -1C Women's Interest Clubs • Churches lone D. Perrjr Society Editor Dial Z328 Brownings Return From Trip To New York, Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Browning have returned from a three weeks motor trip to New York and Philadelphia. While In New York they were guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Farns- worth. They were accompanied by Mrs. Mildred Wood of La- mesa, a close friend of Mrs. Farnsworth, who is the former Miss Mable Browning. Among the many interesting sights and places visited in New York were Radio City and Rockefeller Center; a boat trip around Manhattan Island, which afforded an excellent view of the business district of New York; and a visit to West Point Military Academy. The last weekend the Brown- ings, Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

i'f Kg ■ n El Iffl And King Solomon passed all the kings of the Urik in riches and wisdom.—II Chronicles 9i22. m lmt are not an end of life but an instrument W. Beecher. fJPWARD swing along Economic front .T The past week has given every indication of a gen- W eral upward swing along the economic front. Rising stock market prices have been reflected in the commodi- lies with cotton adding on gains to bring tne market on a new level. Another factor besides jhat of trading conditions in strengthening the cotton "market is the possibility that acreage under the gov- ernment control plan will not be more than 25 million acres. But cotton is not alone in showing a definitely stronger trend, this is also true of metals, hides and rubber. This portrays a generally cheery outlook. ^ Coming at a season of the year when market * conditions are as a rule dull and not given to bullish performance, the advances gained are all the more heartening. There are evidently fundamental rea- I, sons for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

'■Hfo SUNDAY, JULY 3, 19S8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Fisher County5th Annual Jack And Stallion Show Sept. • t ♦ • • I • Six New Gasses Added; Huckaby Named President Approximately $300 in Prizes; Most Classes Are Restricted to County ROBY—The fifth annual Fish- er County Jack and Stallion show will be held in Roby, Sep- tember 9, and indications are that this year's show will sur- pass all others. "Last year's show drew 173 entries and was declared by many as the outstanding show in Texas," said T. H. Roensch, Fisher coun- ty agricultural agent. Six new classes were added to this year's show, making 27 in all, and the committee de- cided that all colts must be halter-broke before they are eligible for competition. Eligibility is restricted to Fisher county only, with the ex- ception of jacks and draft stal- lions open to exhibitors from any point. Show catalogues can be had by writing T. H. Roensch, Fish- er county agent. Show officials are: Chairman, Hugh Huckaby, Rota...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

by Gigantic §i|r«f Merchandise ! The remodeling program in- $UfUrated by Levy Brothers, |4wk farsightedness in the " of Sweetwater and sur- ling territory has kept prominently a step ahead ih West Texas for more than 26 years, is to include most of July- Notable in the extensive ex- sion program is the change made in the ready-to-wear nent on the mezzainine Not only is the depart- ment to be spacious with the JJdition of 25 feet, but will in- clude new floor covering, new blonde maple fixtures blending With darker tones and accented with off-white leather uphols- tered furniture. The entire plan suggests smart refinement and was designed by skilled artisans to provide restful comfort and relaxation for shoppers. "Our improvement program has been undertaken wholly w.ith our customers in mind," said Mrs. Levy. "Where fashion predominates in high style and fine quality is where the better dressed women of today desire to shop. Since it's a social as- set to be well groomed, our de- par...

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