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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 July 1938

SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ttHDAY, JULY 8,1938 Son ol Judge and Mrs. R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St., Sweetwater WASH TUBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist By ROYSTON CRAMS USED FUfUfrcURE BARGAINS Desk - Bookcase Combi- nation Refinished Kitchen Cabinet — Large Size tO QC Refinished *U VO Dressers — Good condi- tion Q QC Refinished Dresser — Refinished Extra Large A 05 Mirror Large Assorted Used Beds AMD I WU. <S0 TO EUROPE FO* THE* •AND 1 AfcEN'T TO CORRESPOND. VJ0,DA«UW6,TWATD BREA¥s T>AOTV'S HEART LET'S DO AS HE SUGGESTS. y* COULD SLOPE, CAROL IF SWE DOESN'T—BV 6 I'LL EAT KAR. HAT! ®0T. G.EE SWIZ, HONEV, VOU NMGMT FOR&ET ABOUT WE, AMD FALL FOR,^Ly ^ VOU KNOW SUKMAW. you AFTER THAT, \F \Wt'«C STILL CRATV ABOUT EACH OTHER, AND IF VOU HAVEN'T DONE SOMETHING FOOUSH VNITH VOUR IAONEV. HE'LL CONSENT TO OUR CARRIAGE. HE'S PROMISED SOVAE OTHER BOZO. • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only 1 WOULDN'T. WJIAPtt! iiMPfv SSSS-W Investigate our new plan f...

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

W.'iMm JOtT 1938-39 Questions rer of Board Determine Aid School Officials Warned HP To Take Up Apportion- % . I ment With Legislature I ] AUSTIN — (UP) — Governor 'AUred took the position today that the state automatic tax board has no power to levy a tax. to produce more than $17.50 apportionment per scholastic. He warned school interests to take their requests for increased ap- propriation to the legislature. I 0 j In 1874, Australian pearl fish- ers found an oyster in which there were nine pearls, in the •shape of a perfect cross. Recipes Designed to Make Si Meal Problem Easier, Lighter Spiced Chocolate Nog 1 tbsp. cocoa 2 tsp. sugar 1-8 tsp. cinnamon Few grains allspice Few grains salt 3-4 cup milk 1 egg. Mix cocoa, spices, sugar and salt. Mix to a smooth paste with a little of the milk. Add re- maining milk; beat. Add egg, beat thoroughly. This makes one drink. Add ingredients in the proportions given above for the number of nogs required. CAKES FOR THE SUMMER MENU Not too cloy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

Not only does he look for- ward to enjoying some of the ^hospitality extended to RKO Radio officials last year when Sweetwater "raided" their spe- f cikl train to stage a barbecue and rodeo, but the famous West- | cm star plans to mix business i fwith pleasure. In his next RKO feature, an yet untitled, O'Brien will por- ; tray a Texas Ranger, and George George O'lii-ion hopes to pick up some local color for his characterization during his stay iri> Sweetwater. O'Brien, noted for his virile outdoor roles, has already done a number of pictures with Tex- as locales, most recent of which is "Border G-Manpreceded by "Lone Star Ranger", "Last of the Duanes", and "Border Patrol- man," in all of which the star played southwestern characters. The star will hold up pro- duction of his latest feature, "Painted Desert', to catch a plane in Hollywood Thursday night, to come here to enjoy and par- ticipate in the celebration mark- ing the crowning of the God- dess of West Texas. •Names of 21 E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

■WW 1 % jte BfiU.. ' 4 "'*■, '■",#?! : ■ . Mpa — f: m \ *tnday,JULY IG, ms JI i i/n "i n • 'r' ' • —w'\ I11 Must Take Of Five In Goring Tilts . Finalists Settle Scores On Municipal Courts Beginning At S:30 Today Finals in doubles and singles matches of the city tennis tour- nament in pfogress at the muni cipal courts, will be played this afternoon at 8:30 and 5 o'clock. Winners are to capture the laurels by taking three out of five sets. Indications late last evening were that Joe and J. W. Elrod would meet Glen Ivy and John Tubb in the doubles matches and that Joe would meet J. W. El- rod for first singles honors. Bill Ponder defeated Dr. Ben W. McCorkle 6-2, 6-0, in a first round match. Johnny Bradshaw beat Billy White in an opening round of the singles and ad vanced to the quarter finals when Dick Hanna defaulted. J. W. Elrod advanced to the quarter-finals by defeating James Patterson, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0. Joe Elrod went into the quarter final tilt by taking Glen Ivy, 6-0, 6-0. El- woo...

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

< * P w III p WAY, IPLY lft as | Cr ' ■ . '■ - • ^"V'r^r ' " .,, ■. . ' ' . :.-. - f4-> * £ ... . • •'. ..v.**- ••... .■ J ■■- ?Wwm - '•'fs#..' , _ Women*g Interest dob* • Cburche* f ATE It REPOBTEg. SWEETWATER, TfiXAS r"'i- '*-■■ -* fACE lone D. Perry Huciety Editor Dial December Wedding Of Miss Roy Announced Saturday Irs. A. J. Roy is announcing marriage of her daughter, •ta Lea, to D. Weldon Bard- © "■ 'he wedding was solemnized 9 p. m., Dec. 4, 1937 at the ne of the officiating minis- the Rev. C. W. Ashford, pas- of the Southside Baptisi £. irch, Abilene. 'he marriage is a culmina- i of a high school romance 1 came as a surprise to nds of the couple, both of om represent early day • setwater families. 'heir only attendants were and Mrs. W. F. Langford San Angelo. [rs. Bardwell chose for her Q lding attire an alpaca day- e frock fashioned in luggage clever self trim with which wore brown accessories, and lardine and suede trimmed jrds. © lorn and reared in Sweet- er Mrs. Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

1 - ^ C7 Industry Discussed by IHC President following statement was hy Sidney G. iter, president of the In- Btional Harvester company, a large factory branch in twater serving West Texas of Mexico." /esterday the Federal Trade CbgAmlssion issued a seven-page press release of a 2,000-page re- port on the farm machinery in- dustry. The full report has not yet been printed and calls for no comment at this time fur- ther than to advise the public that it was an ex parte investi- gation and that the commission denied the request of the in- dustry for a hearing and op- portunity to point out any .pos- sible errors in the commission's findings in order that they nrght be,v. corrected before issuance. '"The seven-page release is very Unjust to the Harvester company. Clearly it is shaped throughout as a witchburning document in which the Harves- ter Company is the witch and the alleged crime is 'dominance'. To prove this charge Material facts and natural causes are repeatedly ignored. I bel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

swttrtr,ita.*i«, ifc* fi- at- >re- the /is rng ties to CD ort 4ie to ght iav"L he E -i* the jf tel t; omf he I liss be [ar- at 's- to ely • tit K h -t# in-if ore, I' liss 1. ess. K' \K lid £ j 'ues I the g. use | of £ P>i- P the L : the £ ■1SP tat a an utli- % jrd- '■M nts. * hen ited /ith 1 iW - he |ij-\ and *n p for 'J, ;en- one fi- ge de- to 519 624 i J o- • F n • !• "TSKBrTrSwSRffRK-™ BARGAINS Desk - Bookcase Combi- nation #A AC Refinished Kitchen Cabinet — Large Refinished ... $9.95 Dressers — Good condi- tion *A AC Refinished 9 *9*99 DrfessA* — Refinished — Extra Large <1^ QC Mirror Large Assorted Used Beds $3.00 to $3.50 9 pc. Dining Room Suite $2Q SO Refinished 8 pc. Large Oak Dining Room Suite . . . perfect condition. Original price $89.50. See this frCQ CA Bargain Studio Couch Like new Special *04 QC Price uo "We Furnish Your Home Better for Less" JW-ELRQQ * FURNITURE M — N. Side Square — • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

to Negroes ;f wile i - (VP) - Feeling _igh In this country today • transient pensioner and were charged with pan- and 10 negroes were with statutory rape in lion with alleged rela- with the couple's two I daughters. | A group of white men drove t a negrb show from Bullard, near (Tyler, where the man and his femlly had been living since May. The family was employed M berry pickers. ! Charges of pandering were [ filed against Charles Tucker, 11 |r 43, and his wife, 34. Officers said [>' that they had statements from • 29 persons alleging that Tucker s encouraged relations between negroes and his two oldest > daughters, 15 and 17 years old. \L The family, Including three yi smaller girls, came here from /« Harllngen. Officers said that if tucker received a government § pension after being gassed in I the World War. The Tuckers and the negroes ■«: were held for grand jury in- vestigation. o — <RocV Gets 28 Tough Criminals SAN FRANCISCO — (UP) — Twenty-ei&ht of the nation s ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

>,4 " (I o ( V It i) I • $ J • ') • • • r> ■SptwS & V : .7 ; AND ADVERTISING , 4i^!RSjESKPi^ - section ii *-* > rVf1^ - SECTION II pf^lpi I " general: and advertising VOLUME XU SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1938 NUMBER 80 Hereford Breeders To Visit Herds In This Area July 12-13 Third Tour of Year to Begin at Albany Tuesday Group to Reach Sweet- water Tuesday Night For Visit to Ranches Albany chamber of commerco and Shackelford County Here- ford Breeders association are to be joint hosts in Albany for the third Hereford breeders cara- van July 12 when a half dozen ranches in the area are to be visited on a tour beginning at 8 a. m. W. J. Dodson ranch and regis- tered herd v half mile south of Albany will be first, the group will then go to F. W. Alexan- der's Diamond ranch, 8 miles north of Albany where a mes- quite tree eradication demonstra- tion will be conducted by Mr. Alexander. The Diamond ranch .project is possibly the first large scale m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

, « 1 1 * - ! H I ■ ill I ll J Price Sweetwater, Mrs. H. C. Young On All items Bo wen's Drug 203 OAKE ST. COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE SERVICE Complete Car Lubrication SpecicaJ Monday. Tues- day and Wednesday 59* HART6RAVES FIRESTONE k Super Service 220 W. Bdry. Dial 521 3 3$^ MS COW AS 75) ra^PE* hukS fimtonj Standard Tires Monday Feature VAT DYE (FAST COLOR) COOL WASH DRESSES AT A VERY SPECEAL PRICE Ladies, our last offering of these dresses was a riot. I Many were dissappointed be- cause they didn't get here on time. So here's another group at the unusual price of 25« , FOR BARGAINS IN SWEETWATER. SHOP PENNEY'S Monday Specials Cups €t Saucers 9« ■ 19« H Gal. Refrigerater Water Bottle • Refrigerater 4-Pc. ^ jx Glass Sets - - Oy® Air Rifle BB Shot Pkg. SEE USE FOR HOME AIR COWHTKHHNC - REASONABLE Nolan Furniture & Hardware Company H. T. Marshall Pecan and Third JUm Would You Like to Win a FREE Theatre Ticket? The management of the R. and R. the- atres would like to have you as their gue...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

jf)£ SECTION 7. ! Values py# ased n bgprs that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater at the saving's you will find. This has become the outstanding- sales event in .West EE! $3.00 IN CASH! >n th ;s co ied I ceive igul ;o 6 DesiK * s#two pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or taining them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who a sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 tiirst price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled ions pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note qclock Monday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst o of contest judges is final. Spelled word contest now! rice Theatre Tickets Each Week on * ;ion 'the management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given tached to this offer. If your name appear in one of the Monday Spec...

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

m I >**& i ■" W] IS i J*m of • momum U of fm doy, tnmble.—Job 14th Mfet a little j^eam of time between two ; no second chance for us forever more, le. || I )RD BREEDERS STUDY HVXMJSTRY ON STATEWIDE TOURS While it goes without saying these Hereford breed- era are a neighborly lot, there is more than neighbor- Hness behind these tours conducted by the Texas Here- ford Breeders association. These tours afford the best cross-section view of what the Hereford breeding in- dustry consists of today in this state. By visiting the ranches of the better breeders in Texas the tourists obtain information which could never be obtained in any other way. Seeing the cattle under ranch condi- tions is far more educational than seeing them in the show ring. Sweetwater's importance as a Hereford center is evident by the fact that most of the third sum- mer tour will be of herds in easy driving radius of this city. They include herds nationally famous and the breeders who come here are certain t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

—— COMIC SECTION v The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. JULY 10. 1938 305- 1 -10- 5S <0 *1 <3 _ • o •* A FRIEND AND A FOE Edgar Rice Burroughs CB0* l«« raj.if Kirt Burro.ich« tnc -Tm Urg U S V.L——— ",,<l b* Book . >nd Ui«ltibiiim b UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. In AS THE H&AD5MAN LAID HOLD OF TARIAN .THERE WAS A JUDDEN 5TIR AT A DOORWAY. f COME, LLILING, DAUGHTER," THE EMPEROR 5MILED;* IT IS WELL THAT NOU BE ACQUAINTED WITH AFFAIRS OFJTATE." s THE GIRL PAID NO HEED TO HER FATHERS NN0RD5; HER EYES WERE FIXED IN FASCINATION ON THE HANDJOME APE-MAN THEN, THROUGH A LANE OF COURTIERS WALKED A -mmm* GIRL OF JTARTLING BEAUTY, r06ed IN REGAL GRANDEUR. TARIAN WAS A MAN OFJTOlC CALM. BUT HE LOONED WITH FASCINATION UPON THIS ENCHANTING CREATURE. IDLING TURNED TO HER FATHER. 7 si* THE FIRSTJPARKS OF LOVE WERE KINDLING THE GIRL'S HEART--AND HER MIND. .SUDDENLY 5HE CRIEDOUK LAW OF OUR ANCESTORS DECREES JUSTICE. IS IT JUST TO CONDEMN A MAN WHO CANNOT 3PEAK IN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

• t w P.A-H % • • i O • • • • « • "> « *• • • • • t • <v • • * t WAVE FINISH LINE NOW I NEW ft R eo'® Ife 3*,N©«>N I SSBSSS: FINE; WELL ©o over this little craft FROM COMMANDER ) STEM TO STCRN— WE MIGHT FIND SOMETHING LITTLE LATCR AT TWB NAl/AL STATION WE Ve KEPT THAT MV5TERV SHIP"LOCKED MAN HOW CAN WB WELL, SIR, FIRST HELP YOU GET 7T WE'D LIKE TO SEE STARTED,WlNSLOW J THAT DEAF-AND-DUMB UP IN THIS BQfiCTHOUSE WITH SPYS PISHlNe BOAT NO LUCK, ■ WAITAMINUTE* SKIPPER-- WE VEr WAS OUR DUMMY SPENT AN HOUR . FRIEND USING A MAST HUNTING FOR- WHV Kf8D£P3Em3 MO. 125 AMERICA'S ' DIVE-BOMBERS "ARE TOPS / V?IV .1 . vA LYING WHEN YOU PICKED HIM UP OFF THE COAST 7 THE SKILL AND COURAGE OF UNCLE SAM'S FLYERS HAVE BROUGHT THIS STYLE OP AIR ATTACK "TO A PEAK OF EFFICIENCY THAT IS EQUALLED NOWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD-- AN ORDINARY- LOOKING, WOODEN MAST- BUT IT PACKS A BIG SURPRISE. FOR DON f WATCH NEXT WEEK'S EPISODE dieatt ♦ • « • • • • • • • • • • • • v • •' • • If * • • « Nfwa Of STEEL!" TH...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

n * ^ A't A h 0 WHERE EARLY MAN LIVED IT is a prevailing custom to refer to all prehistoric people as cave- men, but constant research is definitely proving this to be a fallacy. The finding of artifacts, weapons, tools, etc., in many scattered areas miles and miles from any possible location of such shelters, nec- essarily points to other types of dwellings which, in the passing of time, crumbled into dust and left little if any traces. Of course, early men who were fortunate enough to iive in areas where caves could be found, made use of such habitations, finding them well insulated shelters against all kinds of weather, and easy to defend. Due to these very factors, the evi- them, well kept and undamaged, but buried beneath the layers of dust and r - p « « M mm w¥m HELLO THERE,OOP - 5AV, WHATCHA ABOUT ? THERE'S MO FISH HERE - IT'S ALL FISHED OUT/ HEY, LOOKIT VOOR BOBBER - IT'S OUTA SIGHT/ BOYOBOV, wotta swell bite/ v'.'.'.-'.i/. -x.,. ■ (To Be Continued) —— just luck, my boy- you...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

• - ■ V , COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION c • • 1 ' • • • • <r • • ♦ • • • • c • « * • * • • • • fy • • • ' • • I r • # • -VvR-jg^v1 WE RE CiOiNo OM A PiCWIC TOPAY—~X'M TIBEP CHASIKJG THAT OTTO AUTO there S -THAT mam iKJ BACK OP US ALREADY / SURE, WE L JU"3T BE ItSkiORAfJT WOW * -L * ME AM, ignore MiM HOUK WOT MOVING * \L*. ~f pfiillw fins «?■ SHKi —■T" - - ■ i •~s, • •*' • *frT"i' V.^f'a« 5e^ss^: •• ■ r-p THEV MIGHT BE A LITTLE JELLED AROUND TH' EARS BUT 6ENEROUS TO A FAULT THEY'LL MOVE OVER AMD FEED YOU AWYTlME 1 TRYING TO I6UORE THAT T'WTYPE , AMD HORNETS/ M POSSIBLE t 1 SHOULDA THOUGHT OF THIS LOU<3 A60 —IfikJORE MiM AMC YOU WOU'T BE AKIMOVEd/ UklCLE FILBERT WOKJ'T AGREE OM "THATj HE IGWORED AUMTY CNCE WHEM 5HE KEPT AWWOYlWG H/M ABOUT BEATIMG "TH' RUGS F IKJ ALLY SHE BEAT TMAWK5 YOU HIM TO IT f Mml m ifSli! • • ) wf iSHK . . • Sill T-IO COPR 19 OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE T M REG U S PAT 0F* •• > *S I K \ YOU COUUT, UKJCLE AMOS—...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

■ , . THERE -VOU SEE, I GIVE VOU A PIECE AKJ IN OME "TEKJTH OF A -SECOND VOU'RE READY FER ANOTHER PIECE GOOD MIGHT-VOU EXT TOO FAST / 1 GIVE VOU A PIECE AW' VOU GULP IT RIGHT "DOWN ^lylii; h) , 'i jj £^1 U S- MT. Off. I GOT TO DO SUMP'N SO I CAN GET TO EAT WITHOUT HIM CA2IN' AT EVERY BITE I TAKE - LIKE I WAS A HOG/ THIS WONT DO EITHER-1 CAN HEAR VOU GULPIM*. IT MAKES ME FEEL STINGV BUT GOSH, VOU NEVER SEEM TO GET FULL.' I CANT STAND VOU GAZIN* IKJ MV EVBS LIKE THAT, AKJ' LOOKIN' SO PATHETIC c A DOG'S TASTER MUST BE DOWN IM MIS STUMMICK BECAUSE THE FOOD'S WEVER IN HIS MOUTH LONG EKJOUGH TO TASTE IT/ 1 KNOW HOW I CAN SLOW HIM UR P. AMY WAV - THIS WILL MAKE VOU EAT MORE LIKE A HUMAW BEIN'AKJ' GIVE ME A CHAKJCE /zs&s TO ENJOV % WHV, I'D CALL IT A BITE OF CHEESE WRAPPED IM A KJEWSPAPER SLOWS HIM DOWNJ TO MV SPEED WHAT DO YOU CALL THIS ? A EQUALIZED \ >y.v V v □ >k , COPR. 193B 9Y NFA SEPVICC. INC *> 7->Q THE COMIC ZOO WELL,CAN VOU IMAGINE IT? A SOTTLf WITH A MESSAGE. OR S...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

: T;4"- i O&.'xl j • • « • t « • 'I' • • • • • • • < • o • > • I. • I • • J • V* ,! "i .V' ^;<,.j^'•,, ' f.Tt , . : • ,^V . - ' > .... _ .... mmmmmmmmmmmmrnammmmmmmmmmmmm^mmi^mmmm ■ 7*'r ■ ' HpvuV otcrr TH/S here's uncle pan- he is a VERY IMPORT/NT polatishun. whenever anybuppy is wlnnin', uncle can is /4LIVEEZ ON their side. he /S very SMART UNCLE pan* This is him as a STREET cleaner. then he become a alderman BY JOININ'A crowd that was AGAINST THE RIFORM B4RTY. HE THROWEP MORE ROCKS purin'a riot than any five men.uncle pan is very RICH. PERS'NALLY I DON'T LIKE polatishuns. JOE PALOOKA Y4 REMEMBER that © 1938. McNjius^t Syndicate, fnc. By HAM FISHER that's nice. in TH' ballroom l4s' night. SHE'S MEET/N' US down at th' lake. oh wasn't the SWIM LOVELY*? LET'S sit and sun OURSELVES. that a aint this TERRIFIC? BLUE sky, beautiful mountains, peace an' content. it's such a relax ative. it's like a poet must feel- i mean. ftx \\k ( it makes yer THOUGHTS GO TUMBLIN' around....

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 July 1938

. ; • • • ' •; v;,. :•:>•, -,- - VV;« A V*r By R. Dirk* ■- -■. %} '.- 1 •■■-■■ •'■.... . ■ .1 I !'l.UUi..J.l.ili '^!UiU,iir^T UNIX'BlNGOf^v / DEffe. SHE DER HAND ISS ISMORE QUICK AS VATCH 600D INSPECTORS NOT -IN6 UP _DER SLEAJ?< DER MACHIC \ ( TVIDDLE-TVADDLE V/OROS'HOKUS I ( -TOR DER LAST HUSH SHORTY AIN-T GONNAlf BENEAT HOIT TIME, VOT DID YOU 6ONE MIT MY HAT? POKUS UND PRESTO— GUESS VOT? UND LET DOT BE ^ ' < MIGHT LESSON .• NEXT TIME ROSITIPLY MAYo COULD BUMPERS NEFFER COULDN'T EFEN TAKE CHOKE 60AT VITSKER5? DUCK ZOOP LUFF CHOPPER HOLD ZOO P 5NOP 3 £ SPINACH 5HH — VE AlNYGONNA/f HO IT H/M • —^ HE GOTTA HERE BE LOINED MANNERS i HAWR Copr. 19If by Unite* r«Uw Syndic*!*. Iw Tm. let- U. S. Pat. Off—All H|hU HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE St /BEFofet you return t5^uk>. hotel, accept The thanks of, UHE POLICE PERSONNEL OF ^bizona, MR. HAUUKISHAW/ (Foe yOUGi BRILLIANT CAPTURE OF PU&UC ENE.MV No. ' V__OF THIS COMMONUJEALTH • THAMKiS, MY GAUG 'LL GET you FOR THIS BEFORE. X)U LEAVE ...

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