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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

m. < vf •^ppiflg • :r; • • «MDAT, WtTiiM* SWEETWATER MffQtlCR, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' • • I « • « • f • t • • a • * • # • i* ! ■ W « # 4 JFartf County Votes Courthouse Bands MONAHANS — Official tabu- lation of ballots cast in Satur- day's $150,000 bond issue elec- tion will be announced late this week. The issue was proposed to erect a courthouse for Ward county. At present, Ward county has no courthouse with all records and offices maintained in the city hall. TUBUS AMD EASY I flAUO ww ttvWWflk to -LUAno- T Wf On Cartooiiat • > «f JMn 0W THE CONTRARY, kW DCA«, 1 Mn. R. c. «U Baat Third 8t, BY BOY8TON Specials Sour or Dill PICKLES, 2 qts. Fresh Ground COFFEE 1 lb. 14c 2 for 14c Tomato CATSUP 25c 25c 10c FREE DELIVERY GROCERY East Side of Square 111 the girls^ in town think, I'm in the , • 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 GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

"mm ^WBtt^yJ#?' '■.•■!** '*'.i' 'v ."-iii «i<BM^sHNNy^ te SwMtwaUr July 14 s s.-trimrTOmwi - Ml . V v ' ive plans have been for the fifth annual Old >ra\ reunion and basket to be held at the city &rk Thursday, July 14, Mrs. V«il Forrester, Roscoe, presi- dent, announced yesterday. * Mrs. Forrester has called a of the executive board the home of W. A. George, 17 Hickory, at 8 o'clock Tues- y night to make final plans Ipr the event. ■' The organization for the re- union was perfected in July, $63. at which time it was vot- «* to make it an annual event to be held on the Thursday rtrest the 15th of each July, is open to all old settlers of olan county, their families friends. Give Details % Further details of the coming nion will be given following ti&e meeting Tuesday evening. #• Present officers of the organi- sation are: I- President, Mrs. Forrester: vice jKresident, Mrs. W. A. (Billy) Qeorge; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Bertie Pope. Standing committees are com- pose...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

• c-r Ait ADVERTISING VOLUME XU iwNbm&wB* W*/,: ; * " - • J AND ADVERTISING SECTION II SECTION II ' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JULY 3, 1938 NUMBER 75 Steady Advance Of Japanese On Hankow Checked Saturday • • • ; v Kai-Shek's Crack Forces Sever j <4 Invaders' Lines , Counter-Offensive Wins Back Territory Lost ^ In Relentless Attack SHANGHAI, Saturday —(UP) Chinese forces, in a desperate drive to check the steady Japa- nese advance on the provision- al capita) at Hankow, were re- ported today to have smashed through the Japanese flank in central Honan, severing the Japanese lines between Ank- ing and Hofei. Chinese reports said Gener- alissimo Chiang Kai-Shek's crack divisions guarding the eastern flank of the Peiping- Hankow railroad had delivered a stunning counter-offensive, vir- tually halting the Japanese drive. The black - shirted twenty- ninth army troops, veterans of the Jehol wars of 1933, spear- headed the Chinese counter- drive reportedly cutting ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

o Round Mirrors REG 1.95 VALUES Thursday and Friday $1.00 Maryneal, Mrs. Earl McDonald BARROW-HANEY Furniture Company 1 Door North Texas Electric SPECIAL T-Bone Steak Dinner Sweetwater, Mrs. Palmer Leeper .. Monday and Tuesday 30c With all the inmnuafB Dcliseious Food "ASK FOR IT—WE HAVE IT" r iV, ' I t I BS-ia m ■ r y Iijfii.im n Iii. ' ' i1'1' Folding Lawn Chairs These chares are built to the exacting specifica- tions laid down by Sears. Only the best of lumber, fabric and eonstructione are excepted. Actual 1.00 Values 6* '■"'/'""J"1 i-i. Watch the Crowds Go To Sears SeaaPls Now In New Live Rubber Qarden Hose * 20-foot pieces of live rubber hose complete with non-rusting cuplings. Made to withstand several times the average city water pressure. Brand new 1938 stock, just in. 4 $1.00 Values 77 $1.00 Values Wo bre size • ing SEARS, ROEBU< -wu-8 t'ecen Roscoe, C. J. Kelley Ftooavs Vv>PROGRAM; ^ Jk — OF JULY t progran\s J®r S^y->londay Wallace Beery ofVWSTONE" "BAD MAN "r , S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

.mrawttt nafoftm, sweetwaybi, tolas d Days r ogress Womens and Misses Rayon Panties Womens and misses first quality pantees and breifs in tea-rose color. They're here in regular sizes for everyone. By several pairs at this amaz- ingly low price. Mens Swim Suits First quality one-piece suits that are made of rib- stitched 100% pure wool woosted yarn. lit neatly and snugly . . . essential to a neat appeerance. Actual $1.69 Values tow Money Yoiir Car i * 15c Values JQc Pr lie * Values BUCK AND CO. ■ Reasonable Rates • Refinance • Signature Only Automobile repair charges may be paid back in small monthly payments. Let us repair your car today. Bring your financial wor- ries to Murchison-C'ramer and let us help you figure them out. Our loans are easy to make and easy to pay. Simply make applica- tion on your own signa- ture. Our plan makes it possible to reduce car pay- ments by refinancing. Shop At Sears And Save MURCHISQIf-CRJUMER MOTOR CO Phone 611 Sweetwater, Texas _ 314 E. Broadway ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

Hmfl • i, p.?;,V;.p,^.... ... 1/jf $•> <- • ■\7,y &JKl Ir ■a^'Wii 5©P- mm m ■< A % it A it • *• £' * •■ •. :.-• '•r '• '" LET'S CELEBRATE SAFELY AND SANELY Enjoy the extra holiday that the Fourth of July provides. Bift let's observe the day in keeping with the significance of the oc- casion and not make of it day of horror and sorrow. All of this can be prevented by be- ing careful. Let's be sure that we can all be alive and enjoy the Fifth of July as well. Be Careful! r Auto accidents on the highways are taking a terrific toll of life every day and more especially on holidays. Let's drive carefully and observe all of the traff^p regulations. Drive so that you may also be driving on July Fifth. Don't take chances. None of us are in that much of a hurry. Drive Safely! f LET'S OBSERVE THIS GLORIOUS DAY—in a manner that will not endanger life nor limb, so that on July 5th we may all continue to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ★ George W. Outlaw District. A...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

sfntasw: % - « a •->. y • ?■;, %■ J- •. 'ij ■■■$™ %, ■ 1 ' "5 v ■■ 1 ■ COMIC SECTION v ' * Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, JULY 3. 1938 Q e .11 •£> _ 1 i * •-7-3-3S Edgar Rice Burroughs THE HEADJMAN rwr mi. EMjr STS UNITED FUTURE SYNDICATE. Inc. iUNTAI WISMED TO JPARE TARZAN. BUT DEATH WAS THE PENALTY CITED IN THE JACRED BOOK OF ANCESTORS. A6ES A60 THE FORBIDDEN EMPIRE HAD ISOLATED ITSELF FROM BARBARIANS SUCH AS THIS ONE. ••• --w ■ . - / 111 I *2* msvm there m AFLUTTER IN THE HALL. A MASKED GIANT JTALKED IN BEARING A MAMMOTH JWORD. TARZAN HAD UNDERSTONO WORD 0? THE PROCEEDING'S., BUT THERE COULD BE NO MISTAKE. THIS WAS THE EXECUTIONER. 5UDDENLV HE LUNGED AT THE CIRCLE OF GUARD5MEN. TWO FELL TO THE FLOOR, BUT OTHERS POUNCEP ON HIM. THE JUNGLE L0RDJH00K FREE. THESE JOLDIERS, WEAKENED BY THE EASE OF CIVILIZATION WERE WO TRUE FITTING N\EN. V ¥ BUT NOW A QUICK-MINDED COURTIER >TOOK OFF HLS ROBE AND FLUNG IT OVER THE APE-MAN15 HEAD. THUS BUNDED,TARZAN ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

ti fw '■ •• « " \ H'LO, 6t/0££TNE<D<S> - HOVO ABOUT * 0«XE,H0V\ ? V\<NiOW>,* \AMOL£ OW OFF AVV-LV fcv OOR<=>£\_V)E<b -WOME \Ni "\W *J OV\.^K^ Vrt00\_0 fct r_ FONi.FERO mz HOOKi\_\6K\ ,^' mi. rnMBlllirMlff'rTiililr---ririniniri rmirrii i ft inn— i i fcOl voo'^t FORGOT^'. ^W£ fcONCtt Vb HAVING /\ PAR.TV "\OOf\V,OOER ON "\WE ©EACH !. I'M ON HV VOAV OV)TO NOVM O.W..50T COME V0ftV\ Ht F\RST II 60m \0EA V*)V\V\ A $\_0F fc\fcfcON ON \T VO^ftP WE UP f\ COO?\_E DOZEN OF "\V\ESE W<6, VOWAXA, PA\_ ? > ',^- voo v\oo I V/OKW-l GOTTA SVOE\A. V. C -X V I NOVA) L O ■; WOT\_\_ f.^CvA ra-l'-a-'ii^ia'i 6A TOOTLE RACE I TW CENTER. C\RC\_E Vb "\V\* STfcRT I NOVO, EvytRVONE P\CV< A TORTVE ,€>EE - ? O.W.-thev'RE orFc^n® \aevI TURN tA\NE ^OOW! CMON, HOttPX- GET —r-' 6o\\^ r HEV ll xoo UNO - OR yoo THINK. wpee : vOHO VMON f 0OW.S LATER \M FACT, H0OR6 AN>0 UOOR<b V u\0! !s3§5i§gS^ '« . 1H 7-9 COM. 1 3« >Y Nt« StXviCt INC «!• - • • I* 4 < • • • • • « • • ♦ I • •...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

; i .'• I I .. 4 9 « • • • • # • ! • • • • • t • • * • C • <*• I • HOLV SMOKE! m. BLrr HERBS AND M6 LOOKS j THE PROOF- A SO INNOCBNT [JMpgR HIDDEN -^ in tub vizor OP CAP/ ^ I I ' ■'■'■•■■ .f '■•■■■■■■■ -V VA-V pFHiV . >. > — why KINO like WITH Z L Jl v. s «r_ m *1 SeAF * F Just the same i'M CONVINCED THIS FELLOW — BUT not so dumb, if vou ask MAS ONLY been A TOOL. FOR SPIES HIGHER UP IN DOCTOR THOR'S SPV-Rllsl© will n formation FULL NAVY and me, skipper L ■ WHY WELL, GENTLEMEN, YOU WONT FIND the answer were in washington this spy was caught on the coast of california--•SET OUT THERE AT ONCE AND TRACE THIS CUJE .' admiral mam and dumb THE SQUADRON OF PEACE PLEDGE. EACH MEMBER IS DEDICATED TO PEACE BUT J- PREPARED TO PROTECT OUR LIBERTY' AND FREEDOM tt (Copyright, 1938. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) (Trade Mark Reg 0 8. Pat Office) O BE CO/VT//VUED BOS'N HAL, Sea Scout Rico By LIEUT. COMDR. F. V. MARTINEK, U.S.N.R. . IP JilizAtion to which we only CLUE IS A LITTLE GOLD STATUE T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

T. M. NEC. 0. S. PAT. Off our PLAN TO SLAP A \ veh/ th' chump/ im5teada jail-break charge j rumnin' a wav after climblm' \ on allev oop sure ) outa th' pit, he comes squawk im , ,A V went haywire, js to me about why did I have Wmjh. didkJ't it?; JmSk. him pekjkjedup/ ■: Hfe i— n t ' 1 ■> ' >■ [a well; i wouldn't an' ""v mimd it so much if that fived\ i hadn't pulled a it so we've bomehead puttw ear muthiu/ mm in there in oki mm- a th' first place/ byapologizim toth whole thing r.0^\ : \ -j wwmm liSlilm M1 H ■ I 1 rA V ALONG with the Atlantic Ocean's ATLANTIS and the Pacific s MU, there are supposed to have been two other prehistoric lost continents—LEMURIA, in the vicinity of the Indian Ocean, and AN- TILIA, west of Atlantis. Theory has it that the last named, at one time a part of Atlantis, was separated from it by some early cataclysm. Further, Antuia is thought to have been the last of the lost lands to sink. , . Consistent research, especially with regard to Atlantis, lead...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

# i • • • • • r> • ■ • • ■ f «• COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION A V \\ 9 / first x shoot at mxi prom them t get you im a pa-rk "room amd fl* you proper/ ??op TAKE' A CUE PROM "THIS queue SALE OKI B6HT8ALL roofs O OOO O o o a, ft. ii ji a I* OUT To LUUCH T T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF "those- -two cluck-u mugs are at it ag aim "They're so dumb they thiwk roapbeds ace for roads that (set tired rummimg /m all. 7 direct! oms/ i was.just pevel- opi>j(s a primt of otto auto "that x was gomua use ok) a reward poster / —and \OU rulm it/' GOWkiA RUlM THAT // -i i ** i OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE HO0pl£f WAMT HOOPLEf XiOoPLEi W> ^5 r- maw/ after age forced me i wto retire memt x became a reperee of mote, amd kjever im a li- my officiating did am iuklimg of chicamery sully the hoople mame' you youkjg lads woulpm't kklow, of course, but "the older heads mp thev will recall"scis50rs-lock hoople/'jt wrestlep the terror of gotch amd , jzi im them hac...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

m sll%v - Thjs here's a snapshot one of the press fotografers give me. it shows me knockin' phantom dill out. Here's one of my fren 6enral scallopini. do vouse rimember when i fought in his country, hangoveria 2 jJOE PALOOKA B GEE IT'S GREAT T'BE A AMERICAN, ■WHEN YA THINK WHAT THE REST 1 OF THE IWORLD'S r I { I'LL SAY |DOlN{ \ *\ V B'LIEVE © JW.'iS. MrNau^lii Suiiliriil#, Iiir. lz*J XAN' WHEN YA THINK OF WHAT THIS ) DAY STANDS FER—THE RIGHT OF EVERY AMERICAN TO FREE SPEECH,FREE RELIGION AN' OPPERTOONITV. BOY OH BOY IT MAKES YER BLOOD TINGLE DON'T m) ■jmk '& THESE THINGS SHOULDN'T BE HANDLED BUT X BY CHILDERN.y f LIT IT AND i thought it went- By HAM FISHER YA COULDN'T HAVE THEM THINGS IN EUROPE T'DAY.YA'D BE THROWED INTA A CON- CENTRASHUN CAMP FER NOT KNEE LIN' TO A MAD DICTATER. M m I GIT SICK ALL OVER WHEN I READ ABOUT IT. V;-C ' -is \ •J CERT'NY. IT'S BECUZ THEY'RE SPENDIN THE PEOPLE'S WAGES ON GUNS AN'BOMBS T'KILL WIMMIN AN' CHILDERN. THEIR STANDARDS OF LIVIN' ARE LOWER THAN...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

* Wi^ •n i. he knows that-i've told him oft em ewou6h ma, he's ikj the re - frigerator,getting a lukjch,and you'd better. see that he washes AKjy dishes that he leaves, because Mk HI . .. / he. mm ■si ■ £ W^0i!rM < i wokj't. « W$S^m£SMil M ■ih wwwmii m htc. u. 8. pat. off arv/ ll am3 I don't worry---1 always wash amy "dishes that 1 empty/ ha-ha- hell have to empty a lctt of them because i put a lot of leftovers im the ref rigerator.! good gosh- she s pretty foxv, that gal/ 50 1 got to be foxy, . too c well, you'd better.- i wash them for regular meals, but mot for voup. % 5he sure "don t like to wash dishes well, neither. do 1 why, that little \ * smi p.' he jxust i : took a little / j what? washing ok)ly okie saucer? feon\ each look at this-- - he) left half a -r—^ 5ay, what do vou me am 1 j w ell, 1 dokj't SO 1 JUST TOOK A HALF A P&UNE OUT OF EACH DISH half a pcuwe in each dish.' like to wash dishes amy better than she does prune im each dish: mih J.£? w'u'AMS v c£ imc copr...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 July 1938

' < *' v . >, .■:.■■■: ■.« - ... ■ 'r::.r' -v' .. • , . HP THE CAPT By R. Dirks MINCER - STRAWBERRY OR STRUDEL? 5AY VITCW .• nH THE IN FOURTEEN HONERT UND UM-TE-UM COL -UM BUS VOS DER CHEM OF DER |M OCEAN VEN IN INSIDE, BIG BOY.' HERE ISSA LUFLY CHANCE TO BE A PAL • VIG6LE QUICK VATSO — DER NEIGHBORS ISS SNOOPING AROUND.' r' (HI i M AT A TIME LIKE DISS EFFERY MAN FOR HIM -SELLUF7m DOUBT 5KIPPLE IT? ORK? gjflffjTjTOi —\s£S&i±-sJ£& " %...■ uWAAK tiefers-OUDTj UND WHO LOINED EM SUCH LOW-LIFE MANNERS ? HUH- ORKf CUACK ^ ^ IP" sW ^Ni 8®Ssi>jsSBBafc~. ti&t -seaaaSHk BOIDS OXCEPT A COUPLE VORSER HOPE DISS VAY CHENTLEMEN HOOKY PLAYING LIDDLE 3VINDLES.' SUMTING 2. WAAK WAAK HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE (A^/mcm. oOca£v& t\s Battle Battle 0 ^ii^UATSO^ MV LITTLE LINE IN 1HE AftJZONA FKPO^y^ '"ABOUT" A HIDDEN GOLD CACHE U/AS JUST THE HOMEY To DfeAUJ THE BANDIT} DlABOLO, II Snooping this ujAy • i |g| H LEL$ SEE —My SHARE I.. Tuafyiqooo, £&ujap>d WILL BE S-^OOO-THAV bucSH...

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

Vf, <h l*ii July Fourth Holiday DeathTollSets New Mark <*. ■ o ii I' * 1 « • I V Traffic Deaths In Texas Below Previous Years Independence Day Cele* bration Most Costly One in History By United Press Fourth of July traffic deaths were just half the number ex- pected by the state motor pa- trol from a pre-holiday esti- mate based on past records. Instead of 10 traffic deaths on Texas highways, there were eight. One motor death occurred at a race track and was not classed as a highway accident. More than 20 persons died in Texas during the holiday week- end. Four were killed by guns, and three persons were drowned Marvin Stratton, 19, of Weath- erford, was killed early today when the automobile he was driving hit a telephone pole eight miles east of <VVeatherford. His father and two cousins were injured. 5<i# Die in Nation At least 508 persons died vi- olently throughout the nation during the three-day holiday. It was one of the most cost- ly Independence Day celebra- tion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 July 1938

- • ■ 4v">' " j E. >•" -;■:.* i, ,v . '•-•• s V <**•-'■&,£ ' -••;V . ^,~. V*' Y'A. ' V.--' ' ■' '•v' • '' "V _ > ' '--j'*. ■ V > s ; ' ■ •■ ^ TUMMY, J0LT6 S.1M Changes in State En- abling Laws Expected During Next Year WASHINGTON — The admin- istration will place high on its list of "must" legislation in the 76th congress revisions in the social security act which will bring millions of agricultural workers under its protection and pay larger benefits to those al- ready covered, it was learned today. Widespread changes in state enabling laws involved in the social program also are expect- ed next year, when most legisla- tures are scheduled to meet. Joint federal-state studies on many phases of the project are in progress and reports are ex- pected in midwinter. President Roosevelt has im- pressed on congress the need of revising the federal law to meet defects found during the three years it has been in operation. He recommended certain changes to Chairman Arthur...

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

. 'm ■ ■■ otmi v. .!;-■ S. ''j,,:.jvfp 1X'. '• -• ™ ;• - v ' -f f;' 9JPS ymmm rUESDAY, JULY 5, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE mirmy Outlasts Local Nine in #[5-hning Bout Sweetwater Team Coasts To Easy Victory Sunday ^ But Hit Snag in Second The Sweetwater Swatters and he Fort D. A. Russell team plit a two-game series here luring the Fourth of uly holi- days, the Swatters taking an asy 8 to 5 victory from the oldiers Sunday afternoon, but uccumbed to the army's big :uns in the holiday game, 6 to 5. The July Fourth game turned •nto a 15 inning marathon when he regulation nine innings ound the two clubs deadlocked t 5-all. It took two-thirds of an xtra regulation game before the — oldiers put over a counter-of- *ensive in their half of the 15th o win, 6 to 5." The Box Score Iweetwater AB It H E dcCoy cf 4 1 2 0 I0Vitt if 4 1 2 0 Cubanks 3b 4 0 0 1 I warue rf 4 3 3 0 ^attimer lb 4 0 1 0 I lowe ss 4 1 1 1 ). Hanna 2b 4 1 0 0 • ipringer c 4 1 1 0 j. Jones p 2 0 1 0 A. Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 July 1938

And there teas no more war unto tk« five and thirtieth year of the reign of Ate.—'II Chronicle* ■ • Peace rules the tlay, where reason rules the mind.—Collin*. AMARJIXO WILL TOOT FOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT "He that tooteth not his own horn, the same shall not be tooted." So says Amarillo. For Amarillo is going to have its horn tooted by the world's largest band, when Presi- dent Roosevelt stops there enroute to the Pacific Coast next week. Of coarse, Amarillo will need some help and has sent out a call far and wide for every horn tooter to come to the aid of Amarillo. They want 6,000 tooters and 500 drummers to create such a rumble as has never before reverberated across the plains. The physicists would put a pin in Amarillo's bubble for these hard-hearted gentlemen would tell that 6,000 bandrnen might not create any more sound than 1,000. Rut you must admit that seeing 6,000 men tooting and drumming en masse creates an impression of magni- tude. It is colossal, and having reached that...

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

• Tl 9 AY, JULY S, MM . iijr Tfrr ,y to ■ 4 ii ^ i In Imy leek E " / : ' '• iw&PY. <8WEETWATEI Qpovm, sPpiap ««a • • 1 • o "YES, DEAR—you have 'em all fooled but me! Just because you got value in furniture at Elrod's and it looks like a million dol- lars, you needn't pretend you paid a whole lot for it!" "We Furnish Your Home Better for Ijess" J.W.ELR0Q " FURNITURE N. Side Square — 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 8HOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan -LOANS- ,• Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms f 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 GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. WA9B TUBBS ABfO BASY On BY BOY8TON When the sun comes out, and the clouds go 'round, Rain is over, and dirty cars parade the town, The squeaks are prominent to th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 July 1938

J'A3 i-i i i * iHKirrv ISiP ICES FOR TUESDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Vinet Ripened Grapevine CANTALOUPES 2-15 Green Leaf CABBAGE Small Size CUCUMBERS Lb V>'i c 3 lbs. .. IOC Tender Green 7!ic lb. ... Home Grown ROASTING EARS 23c Home Grown BLACKEYED PEAS «3Jc White Velvet lb. . Hell Ice Cold WATERMELONS - - - GRAPEVINE TOMATOES 7 ,ic I PEPPER ,b 4*ic . - - - ib. Uc lb. 4£c Large Elberta PEACHES Sunkist 19c LEMONS 19c SOAP - - Crystal White m Giant Bars 25 COFFEE - Folgers Ib. can 54 GRAPE JUICE Rosemary Quart 25 DEL MONTE APRICOTS - 19c n?a2n/! 15 PRUNE JUICE APRICOT NECTAR TALL CAN 7i SUGAR - - 10 Pure Cane Lb. Paper Bag 1 Limit 47 WILSONS ADVANCE SHORTENING 4 lb. Carton 8 Ib. Carton 78c 39 Bakery Specials Orange CAKES - Each 20 Cskc hi DOUGHNUTS *15 c c Salt Rising OREAD Cinnamon • Nut OREAD Loaf Loaf 12 12 c c In Our Market c Choice Quality CHUCK ROAST 15 For Baking or Slew ^ ^ SHORT RIOS 13 LUNCH MEATS Large ^ F I {l c llonl WEINERS - 15c OLEO Sugar Cured M SLICED 0...

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