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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 July 1938

NEARER Maverick Defeated for Congress The Loser The Winner • • ■- "Unrolii go( beat four times," said Representative Maury Maverick, leader of I lie house lilM'ral l>lor., in announcing that he would not contest his defeat for renoiiiination from the 20th Texas congressional district. Maverick ran sever- al hundred votes behind. Apparent victor over Repre- sentative Maury Maverick of the 20tli Texas congressional district was Paul J. Kilday, of San Antonio. Kilday who said lie was a "progres- sive liut not a radical," led Maverick who had been in- directly endorsed by Presi- dent Roosevelt. i • 27-Year-Old Man Kills Woman Drives 8 Hours With Her Beside Him CM ICO, Calif. — (UP) — Wal-| ter Ross, 27, who police said drove about the countryside for almost 8 hours with a dead wo- man sitting beside him, was captured today by a group of lumberjacks. Ross shot and1 killted Mrs. Dave Boyd, 31, wife of a tavern owner, early yesterday. He put her on the front seat of his automobile, prop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 July 1938

ia Medico Eight Million Football Fans Choose All-Star Players Mabry, Reed Chalk Two Rons Each For Scoring1 Lead In Close Conflict r It took nine innings of ex- tremely careful ball playing for th,e Magnolia Medico to defeat the Gulf Oilmen 5 to 4 last night. The two extra periods were tacked on when a 4 to 4 tie stuck from the last of the fourth inning through the bal- ance of the game, until late in the ninth inning. MM chalked up three runs in the second, one in the fourth, and one in the ninth, while Gulf took all their runs in the fourth round. Mabry, pitcher and sec- ond base for MM led the scor- ing with four times up, two runs and two hits. Reed, center fielder, was at bat four times, got two runs and one hit. Howe, short fielder, took the single. Witt, left fielder; Absher, cen- ter fielder; Kyle, third base- man; and Strobel, first baseman, registered singles for Gulf, Three Pitchers Toil Holder and Mabry, pitchers for MM, gave one base on balls, and struck out two. Belton ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 July 1938

w m •I I ► mSSf- JULY 27* 19811 SWEETWATER BEtOBTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 'Importance Of Early Administration Of Toxoid Stresse * Health Officer Urges Diphtheria ^Immunization Ideal Time to Give Toxoid Is When Child ' Is Six Months. Old Even though we have diph- theria better under control in Nolan county than it is in oth- ^er counties, we cannot disregard it, according to Dr. George A. Gray, director, Nolan County Health unit. In fact, we have already had one death from it this year. 5 The ideal time to give toxoid is when the child is six months of age. Contrary to the opinion of some parents, the toxoid hurts them less at that age than at any other. There is usually ^no reaction at all. But as they get older, the reaction becomes more pronounced, said Dr. Gray. Parents should take their ^children to their family physi- cians and get toxoid given at once, in order that immunity may be developed by cold wea- ther, continued Dr. Gray. Three to six months are required for *the developm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 July 1938

SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1938 llPtv ' FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION CONSTANT NEEDS The recent storms which produced flash floods on usually ruly streams and which in mid-summer merely trcikle, indicate that flood control and water conser- vation problems are always with us. In dry times con- solation stands out in importance and when unpre- cedented rains pour down it doesn't take long to have a flood problem. As far as West Texas is concerned, not a drop of water should be wasted in run-off to the sea. We may be a long time in reaching that idealis- tic state but the ultimate goal should be complete con- servation of water resources. This, for no other rea- son than such methods replenish underground supplies, keeping them at a high level. Underground water is equal, if not of greater importance than surface sup- plies. Ultimately every county will have a special wat- er conservation commission and definite districts will bind themselves together to promote and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 July 1938

:r; .. - ■ ww '|7>5iW5',«i sip <** > . > % ' i A t i ^ WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 19SS Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous HARRISON'S TEXANS Radio Orchestra play- every night. DINE DANCE THE TAVERN Across From the Airport I JUDGE The value of any institution l>y what it can «lo. THE PROOF—25 years of constant success under Same Management. Grogan Mineral Hatha Chiropractic-Massage GROG AN WELLS SANATORIUM |If you have not yet visitcd- WILLTAM8 GRILL ROOM 415 Oak St. Get your card Free At Reporter office 5R LAUNDRY CO. Dependable Service 212-14 Locust Phone 624 Quality and Service Try Our Helpy-Selfy Service Hot-Soft Water Phone 24C1 CAMP JOY LAUNDRY SHIRTS RE1 Cool Summer Reg. $2 to $2.50, now $1.50 VAUGHN MEN'S STORE ^ 125 Oak St. ^ Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Mnde Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP BARROW E Y FURNITURE CO. 1 Door N. of Texas Electric "Your Home Should Come First" LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 July 1938

:fer=,y":v v mmm TANSIL'S Church to I A. Russell Trio o Negotiate Dangerous Canyon Rapids ..t? - ; «MARFA — (UP) —The reced Ing waters of the Rio Grande river gave nope today for an eirly rescue of two Fort D. A. Russell .soldiers marooned on a rock ledge 500 yards from the head of dangerous Santa Helena canyon. Rescue parties lowered food and blankets from the top of the canyon wall by ropes to Sgt. Clyde Ryberg and Private Clarence Hansen. The two men sent back word that their com- panion, Private Harry Buckman, had drowned. The three started through the canyon in automo- bile inner tubes Saturday. Army planes were sent from San Antonio to the desolate can- yon. The three men were members of a Weekend party of six sold- iers from Fort D. A. Russell. The attempted navigation of the can- yon was not an authorized army experiment. Began Trip Sunday They began their journey through the narrow rock jut- ted canyon Sunday. Three oth- er members of the party went by automobile to the oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

•' "■ Tjflfi •• V $ H| i V> *. To Join'Sales Cm When Bittercreek Goes on Rampage m- ^ mm Practically dormant for years, Bittercreek, which flows into Lake Sweetwater, went on a rampage last weekend and sent a stream of murky, churning water into the lake as seen in the to|> ^holograph taken al the crossUiff at the upper end of the lake. The middle scene was taken about Sunday morning when the rise was nearly at its height, sending the water over the spillway in a roaring mass. The bottom pic- ture was taken on the drive to the clubhouse, showing the raging torrent cascading over the precipice below the dam. Water was the highest it had been al the lake in many years. Fog Forces Flying Canadian Chief Back Home EDMOXDTOX, Alta., Canada—, (UP)—United Air Transport of- ficials said today that the plane, carrying Premier Mitch- ell Hepburn of Ontario, got as far as taku Bay, a few miles from its destination at Juneau Alaska, before being turned back by fog at Carcross, Yukon territ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

Tunis Speaking of Heavyweight Fisticuffs—Here Is a Bout For Your Scrapbook Down On HostakV Title New York Group Confuses All Ring Circuits Save Heavyweight and Bantam BY JACK OUDDY . UP Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (UP) — Pug- ilism's championships attained a new height of confusion yes- terday when the New York com- mission vacated the light hea- vyweight title, withheld recogni- tion of the new middleweight king, and frowned upon a pro- posed battle for the flyweight crown. This left only the heavyweight and bantam rulers free of em- broilments. The commission vacated John Henry Lewis' 175-pound title be- cause the Arizona negro had refused to accept a challenge fil- ed on Feb. 10 by "Tiger" Jack Fox, Spokane negro. Chairman John J. Phelan -ug- gested yesterday that Fox, Gain- er, Gus Lesnevich of New Jer- sey and Emilio Bettina of Bea- con, N. Y., fight it out for the vacated title. Withhold Recognition The commission withheld re- cognition of A1 Hostak of Seat- tle, who scored...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

■ \ ■/-•;■ ,■■■ r-;- . • W ^ '< 'J* %> • I «) 4 I & 4 i TP 7^ ^S EH!Phl„ * THURSDAY, JULY 28,198* IWXETWATEC WOitER, SWEETWATER, TfeXAS ' i i Senate Group Investigates Political Campaigns In Soutl 'Gutter Politics' jj Term Applied to Tennessee Feud Accuse Machines of Assessing State and Federal Employes WASHINGTON — (UP) - The senate campaign expendi- tures committee today charged that every available "scheme and questionable device" is being used'in the Tennessee primary fight involving the seat of Sen. George L. Berry, wealthy labor leader, and forecast that the senate may make the final deci- sion. The situation, shot through with what Sen. David I. Walsh, D., Mass., a member of the com- mittee termed "gutter politics" was described to the group yes- terday by one of its agents who spent a week in the state. His report led to the immediate dis- patch of additional investigators to the scene of one of the south's greatest political feuds in years. Berry Has Hackers Berry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

I - ' w-V/V. V PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS Kmmm Features iSj£|ig office in Sweetwater.Taxas, M Qeorge iSwfciitt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. • THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1W : . ,:„yM ,^r(] Ym know in all your hearta and in all your aotds, that not one thing hath failed of all the good thinga which the Lord your Gotl spake concerning you. ---Joshua 23}]4. God is a spirit, infinite, eternal and unchange- able in His being, wisdom, power, holiness, jus- lice, goodness, and truth.—Catechism. GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP AND ONE OF ITS CONSEQUENCES You hear people talk and frequently read articles about the government taking over the railroads. It is «t H so matter-of-factly that you would think it just like adding a new post office at Pumpkin Creek. But to even think of such a thing should make every tax- payer chill to the bone. And the day is only a short time away until no one will be exempt as a taxpayer, if they are today. The real tax factor connected with government ownership of railroads is the r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

Im' i:. IV, JUL* 18, 1938 • • t • • • • • • • Noted Contractor Dies Following 2 Weeks Illness Funeral Service for , David N. Darnell, 81, At 4 This Afternoon David Newton Darnell, 81, a resident of Texas for 75 years, and a building contractor here for many years, died at 6 p. in., Wednesday at his home, 900 Ce- dar, following a two weeks' ill- ness. Apparently in the best of health the aged man became suddenly ill at the home of a son in Albuquerque, N. M., where he had gone to spend the summer, his condition becom- ing serious while there. He re- turned here only a week ago and had been gravely ill since. Mr. Darnell was born March 27, 1857, in Warren county, Tenn., near Morrison. With his family, he moved to Arkansas when a baby and when six years old came to East Texas. His father was a Confederate veter- an. He was married to Miss Mary Isabel Reynolds, daughter of a pioneer family of Arkansas, March 23, 1883, in Hunt county, Texas, where both families were engaged in farming. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

wipspfilPSi ,_,KV„mjL--,i_1,1ni.1J.,i,., „.,,,„ ■wBg^gajgK^M^aMilgwiiyM •MpMv ; " '■f-'f'pr -1■ • £ ' -:-^ *;■« •#>%$ I '>?•;;'■>'*' - - ' * « -:■> - T ■ 4-/" ';.'■ SWffliwA1EE, TEXAS' ;■' Yf??^v-r.tW' ■ ffi'.*:-••-'' ^ .. "ifr/'jJ' "V' .■ -f '•>■ ,y*f' }$'*'\' y. mnuMY. JVLY'M, MW Catalog to to Printer Early Next Week Btvtnue For Fair Is Being Obtained Thru Advert Ling in Book HMBBp!,- • t- Premium catalog for the Mid- west Exposition, to be staged lit Sweetwater September 13 through 17, is nearing comple- tion and is to be placed in the hands of the local printer ear- ly next week. "Cooperation of the merch- ants has been such as to per- mit rapid progress in prepar- ing the premium bulletin," said W. R. Johnson, chairman of the catalog committee. Contents of the catalog are to consist of a list of the board of directors, department superin- tendents, and their assistants, premiums and awards, general rules of the fair, divisions of the exposition and rules gov- ern...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

THURSDAY, JULY 2tt, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE SEVEN 0 o «) • 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 Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. Wiring Electrical Contracting VAN ELECTRIC SERVICE Night and Day Service 110 W. La. Ph. 3212 You're Money Ahead With A MAYTAG "Use Maytag Water Softner" SALES & SERVICE G. D. RRASHEAR Authorized Dealer 417 Ouk St. Ph. 2381 D & D TAYI CITY 2067 IAAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service SHIRTS REDUCED Cool Summer Shirts Keg. $2 to $2.50, now $1.50 VAUGHN MEN'S STORE 125 Oak St. j WASH TUBUS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Son of Judge and Mrs. B. C. Crane, 001 East Third St.. Sweetwater Did you know—Elrod's is .showing the new Beach Tone bedroom furniture. New in color and design. The suite that will bright e n your home, iind too, pric- ed so low. Shop at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 July 1938

WMaEmm WORTH — Following originating at its in- i, Fort Worth's glamorous Manana, always a point of to West Texans, and eh Friday night moves into Che center of the spotlight with •n Imposing and brilliant array of big time talent, co-starring Wayne King and his orchestra, and Morton Downey, two of the world's most outstanding per- sonalities, for its third annual presentation, will stage a series of "special nights" during its engagement at Fort Worth's big open air cafe-theatre. Details in connection with this project have been perfect- ed, and Sunday night, Miss Wy- nona Keller of Snyder, who was named "Goddess of West. Texas," and Miss Joyce Whaley, of Sweetwater, who was chosen Miss Sweetwater recently at the fourth annual Sweetwater water carnival and beauty re- vue will be honored by Casa Manana with "Sweetwater-Sny- der" night. Among the interesting fea- tures arranged for the two girls will be an introduction from the stage by Maestro King, and several other im- promptu aff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 July 1938

© ft ft ft * I • • # TkiHi PARADE TO OPEN CITY-WIDE 'SALES CRUSADE* Organization to Be Completed at Meeting Tonight Chairmen of Various Committees Already Named for Campaign Sweetwater is whooping it up for the big roundup of the city's sales forces and consumers to start off participation in the National Salesmen's Crusade. Each day has found added en- thusiasm behind the project as retailers, wholesalers, and pro- fessional people have geared themselves to make Sweetwater the first city in West Texas to join in the national selling pro- gram, carrying the theme of "sales make jobs." 'Wa lino' Is Slogan "Wa-hoo" promises to be the cry to stimulate enthusiasm for' the campa'gn. It will play an im-; portant part in the roundup on' Friday night, August 5. Plans are being made for a parade to i precede the roundup in which j every business house is urged to take part. Tonight an important meeting of the trades committees will meet with the general chair- man. Aubrey S. Legg, at the Tex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 July 1938

h Roscoe So HHPWH SWIETWATEH,TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY , 19B6 ions Last Night IGnlf Oilers Men's Team 18 to 7 Loss Victors Score In Five tarings, Chalk Seven Rons In Second Round Those Good Gulf Oilmen trounced the Roscoe ten last night 18 to 7. Roscoe was successful in cross- ing the home plate in only two of the seven innings, four runs were brought home in the fourth, and three were chalked in the seventh. Osborn, center field, and Fitts, pitcher, tabulated two runs each. Gulf scored in every inning save the third. The Oilers took the heaviest toll in runs during the second inning with seven, and in the fourth with five. Clark, second baseman, led the scoring attack with three runs. Five other players chalked dou- ble rims to their credit. Balls Tossed Gulf pitcher Mondy gave six bases on balls and struck out seven. Pitchers Fitts and Swaf- ford of Roscoe, gave seven bases on balls and struck out two. Centerfielder Osborn scored the only home run made by the Roscoe crew. Gulf registered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 July 1938

iw."■ Nlfllll ■■■ mW'.m - FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1938 ~ '« ATfA REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' pMf§i « i t <« ■ * 1 • i t •< i ' , % • i 9 a ' 1 * 9 $ F /1//2 toy our budget when you buy FARE for the family. Help each food dollar to bigger buying achievement by making Sunbeam your regular shop- ping headquarters. Fill your own basket from convenient, well-stocked displays, pile it high with foods of finest quality ... and see how our LOW PRICES keep down your Bill of Fare. 0 cJdHS WILSON'S ADVANCE! FRESH STOCK SHORTENING 4 I!) Ctn.-$9c 8 lb Ctn. One Limit Not Sold Alone 78* Fancy Blue Rose RICE Lowest Price Ever Mammoth Food Store of West Texas M PURE CANE SUGAR 3 ibs. JLv "ib-paper m A lb. Paper j0 lb. Cloth 4 IV Bag ayC Z) Bag 1 >24 1 Limit FREE! 69c Butcher Knife V\ i'.h Purchase of Either 21 lb. or 48 lb. Sack WHITE CREST FLOUR Xomatoes4 25« fm Delicious Criss-Cross Apple Pies 18 lb. Sack Halves 0' Gold winiiiiii mi ' i'i 11 iMiimnn— Ma lirown Pure PEARS Kraft Fifnei JAM Doubl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 July 1938

~ 'Hitorials— PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1938 second cMaa matter at post- in awaetwittv,J™*,;**' J®??* • George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. ITATER JOINS IN IONAL SALESMEN'S CRUSAPE ireetwater is getting set for a great concerted sales drive to take its place among the cities joining the na- tionwide National Salesmen's Crusade. It stands out a3 thej first city in West Texas to launch such a campaign that has for its purpose putting men and women back on (payrolls throughout the country. It is both a prac- tical and humanitarian campaign. Practical because it has for its goal, increasing business and thereby prof- its, and humanitarian because it is a direct means of relieving unemployment by starting the wheels of in- dustry turning at a faster rate. Already 450 towns and cities in the United States have seized upon the idea to generate more sales. It is a movement that grew out of a plan devised by an expert on selling, George W. Mason, of Nash-Kelvi- nator...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 July 1938

sags |JM# its |tiy ial ser In't jial. | up ire# ichw krd, Jgs, Inn, fny li a* I'lio Jmd It he |20,- lour0 Ind, Jact and Itl.v, lull* Iher lent lent lhat |her be bout I'agc- |ICOI^ is (ime no I test of • l<en- Ifeet, oil It 3,- H > • '■ , dKvV sum FRIDAY, JULY 1*, 1938 County Democrats To Meet Saturday In Convention . 176 Delegates Eligible To Attend; To Elect Delegates to State Meet One hundred seventy six dele- gates are eligible to participate in the county democratic con- vention meeting Saturday af- ternoon in the county court room at 2 o'clock. Main purpose of the confer- ence is the selection of dele- gates to the state convention at Beaumont, September 13. No- lan county is entitled to choose ten delegates. These delegates with ten alternates are to be named at the Saturday meet- ing, advises W. H. Jobe, coun- ty democratic chairman. Each of the precincts in the county holds its separate pre- inct convention to name dele- gates to the county session on the basis of one ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 July 1938

I.r.i ' II mill I _ — , rmers From 5 Texas Counties —■————— v Nolan County Young Men ire Listed Among America's Leaders {fudging from facts revealed in the last edition of America's Young Men, a biographical dic- tionary published in Los An- geles, success comes early to Americans these days. In the volume containing C,- 532 biographies, such contempor- ary leaders as governors, legis- lators, bank and college presi- America's Favorite Jelly andjam maker! Orlgiail powdered fruit pectin—gives perfect " et" — more glutei at lest Proved Dm most Sconomical 2 pkgs. 1J 3) H i WW J UJNG jfUItt lovacit 1 % ;V f £ KkJ dents, a Nobel prize winner, Howard Hughes, hero pf the re- cent record breaking flight around the world, and other cel- ebrities, all 40 years of age or less, are found. The selection each year of young men in the volume is taken from those considered out- standing citizens of the nation. pFour Local Men In the official who's who among the young men are four Sweetwater men and...

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