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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

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

.> mw^ww mRwl nCou -^■■gr-xA. ,.- ■ Norma Shearer, Bowing to Wishes Of Fans, Gives Up 'Scarlett Role' HOLLYWOOD — (UP) — Norma Shearer, bowing to the wish- es of her fans, decided today to give up the role of Scarlett O'Hara in the long-delayed movie version of "Gone With the Wind." Clark Gable's selection as Rhett Butler was a popular choice with fans from the start. The question of who will succeed Miss Shearer as the femi- nine lead :iow becomes a guessing contest again. A score of ac- tresses had been tested or discussed before she was selected. They included Katharine Hepburn, Paulette Goddard, Margaret Talli- chet, Margaret Sullavan, Bette Davis, and Mrs. J. V. Whitney. Miss Goddard and Miss Tallichet have been selected in the supporting cast. A Selznick spokesman said a successor would be "named later." The picture is set to go into production in the late fall. SweetwaterJeporter Their Organization Faces Probe 1 M -J* VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1938 NUMB...

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

rs Defeat «. W ^r. APyPfr V"wfm m rbecue, Calcutta Pool Tanight J Sweetwater Wins Pinal Of Three Game Series, Teams Divide First Two In a hard fought game, the Sweetwater Swatters nosed out the Lueders hardball delegation Sunday afternoon 13 to 12. From a total of 34 hits record- ed during the game, the Sweet- water nine collected 20 and Lueders 14. Feature plays of the game were a spectacular steal of home by Dock Hanna in the fourth inning, and a single by J. D. Southworth in the last of the ninth inning to drive in Lattimer wifli the final and winning run. The score was tied up at various! periods of the game, and hits for extra bases were num- erous. Sweetwater used three pitcher} and Lueders used two. This tilt was the third of a two game series that saw the first two games divided between the two teams. Mabry, of Sweetwater, and Patterson of Lueders scored home runs. During the course of the game, three players scor- ed three base hit£, and eight men chalked up two baggers. ' ...

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

0 as? PATER ; iiiiijMiri-'''ii^'^' 'ii ig ii \ €^' .;• IlitK . SWEETWATER, ,• *•£ ,- i firTfrnffli-rrlff-iari-ii jp?-™ r-wrnj-i 7•• ; WrM* 1 I 3 •r • • es Id- lo- ir pa- • I to lie, Im- lth • [lit |ig- lii Iso Ind fori 3W • A,. B. • • ' I ♦ $§ Findings of Probe In Ky. And Tenn. To Be Announced Vote RiKging, Coercion Other Practices Claimed By Senate Committee WASHINGTON — (UP) — The senate campaign expendi- tures investigating committee to- day is expected to bare details of alleged political irregularities in Tennessee and Kentucky, two of sir states in which hotly fought primary contests will be decided this week. The committee will reveal how much money Sen. George L. Berry, D. Tenn., reports he has spent in his effort to retain his seat, and his replies to in- quiries whether public funds or federal patronage has been used in his behalf. The millionaire labor leader, backed by the state organization of Gov. Gor- don Browning, has as his chief opponent Tom Stewart, a lawy- er, wh...

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

a-sgRSW*iVMS*? at - HbSS! ' .♦'« • •• -:'. " rge Bennitt tod Monday, august i, 1938 SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR • STORIES IN STAMPS 5-~ ' ■■■.'. .. v-il -v.■■ - , i, I -•- Prospects for lots, farms and other real Place an ad today—call 678 for ad taker. « v*&8 - Houses For Rent Reporter Classified Advertising F or rent: Newly decorated mod- ern 5 room brick, paved tf close in. I. W. Brashear, ph. 2357. bfires&A m The ungodly ahull not stand in Hie judgment nor tinners in the congregation of the righteoiu. —<Psalms 1;S. One ungrateful man does an injury to all who stand in need of aid.—Publius Syrue. SWEETWATER IN POLITICAL SPOTLIGHT WITH SADLER Sweetwater has been put in the political spotlight by Jerry Sadler opening his West Texas campaign here Tuesday night. Harley Sadler, our fellow townsman is coming here to introduce his kinsman, Jerry, to the West Texas audience. It is through the efforts of Showman Harley that Sweetwater is privileged to be host to this great poli...

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

Si ":V ; ' -^5 '",{'"1 ' . MONDAY," MICT T ' - SWEETWATER SWEETWATEJt, TEXAS W IfflS, § -tes> -1 tail ise 1703 > •r ipe vg- |!)02 ed in^ |Af* jfiir- |ust. lat# laid. font. 'M% • Miod | 110 ' the* Call road- loutiP ^ i bart- Jeep# litili- St.f .! 624 Ivice > • [GE tlon 'triM •lias- us that ed. flee MeCALL sad LOW Loans, Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Aycock Building Phone 907 Registered Optometrists Expert examina-1 tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MA.IORHj (Night, and Day Bcrvlcc) WIRING Kifcti'icai Contracting Van Electric 110 W. La. Ph. 3212 You're Money Ahead With A MAYTAG "Use Maytag Water Softner" SALES & SERVICE . G. D. RRASHEAR Authorized Dealer 417 Oak St. Ph. 2381 all righi--but > you must . ' keep 'em sold! "... SO 1 CJTESS the smart thing for me to <lo is to hop over to Elrod's and order that swanky porch furniture Mary wants. There nothing like good furnishings when a fellow marries—and Kl- rod's prices are LOW!" JVVELRQQ FURNIT...

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

—-JJS& '".fx r-xiey?' '? ' f. 'y . <jp I Iffclra^ li^^lfSiiiiirii \ "WMHIJUI «W>JMiv& .tw i «• f ■ • ■ - • * • . • -v v '* \rr Z" ' JHH ■ *VV ^'«V ' >jFWfW- w m '■ A ' V Texans In Revolt Against Hidden Taxes As Shown By Election Few Disturbances Occur In County Conventions Saturday DALLAS — (UP) — Dele- gates from 254 Texas counties to the state democratic conven- tion at Beaumont in September had their instructions today to support W. Lee O'Daniel's gub- ernatorial program. The majority of the county conventions were peaceful, with business dispatched in a routine manner and the delegates cho- sen and instructed to give their support to whatever program is advanced by the party's nom- inee for governor. Several conventions split, how- ever, as different faotions dif- fered on who was to represent O'Daniel and what they were to advocate. The state convention will be faced by the problem of which slate of delegates to seat from at least three counties. Fiery Ft. Wort...

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

'Sales * le Is li f •>1 1 * « i I i e w .W w w w * W w w * * * * w * * * * * * ★ ★ ★ SADLER OPENS CAMPAIGN IN SWEETWATER m Courthouse Scene * Of Rally Tonight Jerry Sadler's opening campaign for railroad commissioner in West Texas for the run-off primary will attract delegations from • the length and breadth of the area. When Harley Sadler steps on the platform tonight to introduce his kinsman Jerry, he is expected to face one of the greatest rallies of the campaign. Leav- an occasion Jerry Harley Kadlci Commissioners Order Survey Of New Highway Request for North- South Road Approved By State Commission The Texas Highway commis- , sion passed an order granting a request of a group seeking a Survey on the Clarendon to Turkey section of the North- South highway through Sweet- water, from Perryton to Del Rio, and took two other appli- cations from this section under advisement in their meeting Monday at San Antonio. George D. Barber, secretary of the Board of City Development, retur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 August 1938

P' -i him 'W: TUESDAY, AUGUST X *99* Starts Today Qolf Tourney ★ ★ ★ ★ ,★ * • bung Starr Crew Takes Win, Gulf Ten Noses Sunbeam To Open Playoff ★ ★ Announce Pairings At Calcutta Pool, Barbecue Program Divide Qualifying Roll Sixteen Flights Of Sixteen Players Each Match play in the city invita- tion golf tournament opened to- day after announcement of pairings at the barbecue and Calcutta pool staged at the pub- lic barbecue grounds at Lake Sweetwater last niglit. High selling players in the Cal- cutta pool were E. B. Lovvorn, in the championship flight, and Ed Lancaster, in the first flight. Lovvorn brought $60, and Lan- caster $38. Flights were divided into six- teen players each, and number a championship and six other groups. One week is to be given for all matches except the first which must be played by August 7. Finals are to be completed by August 28. Flight Units Flights, pairings, and qualify- ing scores include: Champion- ship, E. B. Lovvord, 74, E. D. Plemnons. 84; George...

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

•*> • I *> s« 1 • he It i° rd rt 3f ire 1st |e- ie ■co Jiis |ls' ilf |trd ig- hre Ion Its# 10- lal pay bid* i: • |uis J sed Inal ! w , IPP , Tvas j > * . • • •l ' < I ( • I • I I • I I i • « **' - ■'•,'■ faff®"®™' - , V - i.- • ■ TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1988 ^SPwfaSBp- w *&-. cViaHBs iSll8PS&#! ' fe* ' t: ... ' & < 3^1Wf?''! • J{ ;■{%, wyffimm .fast SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Tennessee And Kentucky Candidates Face Federal Trial Sen. Sheppard to Submit Evidence Of Irregularities Committee Abandons Plans to Publish Findings of Probe WASHINGTON — (UP) — Chairman Morris Sheppard, D., Tex., of the senate campaign in- vestigating committee, today warned all candidates in pri- mary election contests that he will submit evidence of irregul- arities to the Department of Justice for prosecution. At the same time, he revealed that six committee agents sent into Tennessee to investigate charges of vote rigging, coercion of federal and state workers, and misuse ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 August 1938

.JySU. ti : if'p^f/ of attention of . '— v"'+' may PAGE FOUR StEEfWAfEft, TEXAS REPORTER—Features TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1038 Men luwnwn exnpi fttao Sunday moraine ana its wew on SSday byTfie Sweetwater Inc. Entered aa second class matter offlcfe in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. ^9, 1920. George Bennitt and Rusdtell Bennitt, Pub*. Hhere is no peace, aailh the Lord, unto the uitked.—IsaUth 48,22. Bbp?' '■s" If the wicked flourish, and thou suffer, be not AktotottrageA; they are fatted for destruction, thou art dieted for health.^—Fuller. SWEETWATER LEADS IN NATIONAL SALESMEN'S CRUSADE Sweetwater is leading West Texas in promoting the National Salesmen's Crusade. It is putting its shoulder to the wheel of progress, leading the way for creating more business. In doing this, Sweetwater citizens are joining in a nationwide crusade that has for its pur- pose creating employment. This city is not standing still but going forward with progressive programs to keep Sweetwater in the forefront of West T...

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

L" i ' M i ISO la.j lir- les fit. l06 led tali ad- • I ■ur- lith * < • 24 , tf 1 ft W, >. /■ fn ' " ' v- /<* •' • * ' :f- V, M"'" -■ f^PWBffWP CKv^MaLf iSi'j £ , ; ' • v •• ■ ' ' m: ■ ■;. "■ v': .air Jf? , $r^,, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1930 McCALL and LOW Loan, Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Aycock Building Phone 997 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SVEETWATEfl, TEXAS BOWLING For What i Alb You Registered ' Optometrists | Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Sweetwater Bowling Alley D & D 2067 TAXI CITY 2502 (Wight and Day Service) WIRING Electrical Contracting Van Electric 110 W. La. Ph. 3212 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service G. A. Beeman Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window displaj Hadiloi-ff and Iludolf Pianos Good Used C00LERAT0R All white inside and out— 100 pound capacity. Only used short time. Looks like new. Will Sell For Only ... < We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us fiKUi-e with you on t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 August 1938

ATER fgl §m 'f S84SW. * w SWEETWATER, r1 s O lot I Drown the heat in a frosty- cold, glass of real fruit juice— that's a healthful, natural way to keep cool. There's no fuss, no bother, when you keep an assortment of canned fruit juices in your refrigera- tor. Get them today—Canned Fruit Juices are this week's SPECIALS. Del Monte PINEAPPLE JUICE Golden Poppy APRICOT NECTAR PRUNE JUICE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE tall can tall can Hearts Delight tall can Texas No. 2 can Gilberts Pure APPLE JUiC Contains \ itamins A 15 ( 20 oz can Rosemary GRAPE JlifO Del Monte iIVMfl Reg. Price 12'^c lull can l)e Sota &?■ OR Full Quart ggnwrB"frY"TV"-'*' *-1" l?J Mf vn 2 large 15c bottles Pure Cane &H01rCdl Life B&s@y Sea Bar 5c 2 Limit UflBlb. Paper Bag 1 Limit 0} && carton @ Lb. carton ugar Sacks nit t< hile ' E2CSl 4 Limit to a customer While They Last Sunkist LEM 3$^ Doz. Limit Sozen C y sip New Crop Valencia ORANGESFu" California Seedless GRAPEFRUIT ,, Vine Ripened KTPF.S GRAPES Thom...

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

Id I I't In re It In I1' 11 (h 1a Ir- n. y Io th n- n- h. In 'Sales ★ ★ VIRGINIA DEMOCRATS WITH NEW DEAL 3i Rep. Smith, Foe Of Administration , Is Renominated Kansas Voters Turv Thumbs D^wn on 'Jayhawker Nazi' By ITnited Press Conservative Virginia demo- crats broke with the new deal I today as late precincts piled up a 3 to 1 renomination for Rep. Howard Smith, who voted against recovery-relief spend- ing, the government reorganiza- | tion bill and other Roosevelt measures. Smith's renomination over William Dodd, Jr., avowed new- dealer, headlined yesterday's primaries in four states. * Kansas republicans rejected the program of a so-called "jay- hawker Nazi," the Rev. Gerald Winrod, and nominated as sena- tor Clyde Reed. ^ Sen. ('lark Re-Elected Missouri democrats renomi- nated Senator Bennett Clark, who sought endorsement after helping defeat the Roosevelt judiciary and government reor- f ganization bills. Returns from a Missouri ju- dicial content indicated that Governor Lloyd S...

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

I 4 SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features PAGE TWO SWEETWATER, TEXAS tsjssss WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3, 1938 __y"^,>T&' Sweetwater I George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. - v Return, OLord, deliver my oul; oh aave me for iky warcfe*' —he.—■Pttdma 6;4. There it no royal road to anything. One thing at a time, and all things in succession. That which grows slowly endures.—J. G. Holland. 'What's Your Pleasure, Colonel?' DEATH AT LAMAR CROSSING GRIM REMINDER OF CITY'S NEED Death at Lamar Street crossing is a grim reminder that Sweetwater still lacks one of its most needed pub- lic improvements to protect the life and limb of motor- ists and pedestrians. It is decidedly unfortunate that anyone should have to give up life to more forcibly focus public attention on this need. Regardless of how this latest tragedy occurred, it could not have hap- pened had there been separation of tracks and street crossing. The fact that it has happened should im- pose on all of us a responsibility to remove the ...

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

l! v m IMCtf kSSSS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3, 193& SWEETWATER ltHHWlTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • f 1 pe- |ir- Im Iho len |ng llle fip- I t Ind lias |JIC- ery t| eks list ]rn# | |V8S i of i lie", Ithe • the* lan 1 27 Ithe lies. so# an't Itak- on Jvho lling ] light the Iness Vour land* 1 the |>eks, -■ i j • i 1 a I J i • Roscoe Takes Busby, TryUpset But Lose ToM! League Leaders Register Victory In Play-Off Race Willis, Broadwell Lead Scoring For Roscoe Ten, Schleuter Chalks Busby Roscoe girls last night opened their play-off series wit h a 10 to 2 victory over the Busby girls' ten. Leading the scoring for Ros- coe were Leftfielder Willis with four up, two runs, three hits, one error, and second base Broadwell with three times up, two runs, one error. M. Schleu- ter, left field, scored both Bus- by runs, taking one in the first and fifth innings. She chalked four up, two runs, one hit. Roscoe led the hitting 7 to 5, and the teams tied on errors with four each. Roscoe scores came two each in...

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

I MARKET PLACE We will give as a premium for the first ISM bale of cotton ginned in Sweetwater One 48 lb. sack Gold Chain Flour One 20 lb. sack Gold Chain Meal - r. Vjrr ''!!!!!"■' mii'inU"!! J- ■:!!!!'!!:: /'■ """111 liimiiill "/// «///#"'// ,7 / // I, V .7*r#f/ &v> fiSl PS S# t* !« The Premiums on This Page Qo To The Qrower In An Adjoining County Who Has the First Bale of Cotton Qinned in Sweetwater The bale must be grown in a county adjoining Nolan County and ginned in Sweetwater. The bale must be minimum weight of 150 pounds of ma- tured lint cotton. It must be registered at The Reporter office and the owner will be given orders on each merchant for the prize offered in his advertisement appearing on this page. premium cotton ginned Sweetwater Merchandise /// tit mill 88$ sm A# *8 m & • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • a • « •

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

'■Mm • • Wm V I ■$>'. y^~ f% l^ff^pp^ '• iPB?| • # # WEDNESDAY, . AUG. .3, 1980 ™%r > , "* '■ • • t • 0 • • • • 9 • 9 • • • • • • For the First Bale of 1938 Cotton grown in Nolan County and ginned in Sweetwater we will give as a premium $5.00 On A Set Of Tires HARTGRAVES BROS. • • • • • • # • I iv# • « ass* o • • • • o • A • « • V? ^ee SWEETWATER REPOBTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE D The Premiums on This Page Qo To The Qrower In Nolan County Who Has the First Bale of Cotton Qinned in Sweetwater The bale must be grown within the boundaries of Nolan Countv and irinnoH in k weetwater. The bale must be minimum weight of 450 pounds of ma tured lint cotton. It must be registered at The Renorfr owner will be given order, on end. men-ban! "Sr iSTSS.'tffMb hta advertisement appearing on this page. red ,n hls #• *6 0* # ^SSSSSSSS \W* We will give as a premium for the first bale of 1938 cotton ginned in oweetwater 95.00 In Merchandise m $8 *7 m

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

SWFETWATEB REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, eteran Fisher rmer Buried ROTAN — J. K. Adair, 91, farmer and rancher of Fisher county for 63 years, was buried Monday afternoon in the Cot- tonwood Grove cemetery. Born Feb. 6, 1847, Mr. Adair came to Fisher county in 1875 and had many experiences in pioneering. Adair died early Sunday morn- ing at his home near County Line. He is survived by his widow, two brothers and a sister. Two Desperadoes Caught in Missouri PINEVILLE, Mo. — (UP) — Woodrow Elkins, fugitive from the Oklahoma state prison, and Jack Wilson of Chicago were held in jail here today after they were arrested yesterday following the alleged kidnaping of two farmers and stealing of two automobiles at Joplin. They admitted their identity after state highway patrolmen had identified them as Floyd Hamilton and Ted Walters, fugi- tives from the Montague coun- ty, Texas, jail. Enrollment at H-Su Increases ABILENE The Hardin- miiili Use Our National Credit Card — Good...

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