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

7.4 BB{ • r a. '^K#; ' : fS Yi m '%#<*■ «*JPswV' ■ SiP® FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SALES MEAN Good Times Are Coming Back! Prices Are Gradually Rising! You'll Save Money by Stocking Up Now While Prices Are Low! Then, too, You'll Help Speed Up Recovery By Stimulating the Flow of Merchandise [ OKOCKRY PRICKS IN KFIKCT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SAT I" It DAY AND MONDAY ] Kellogg's WHEAT KRISPIES 2 Limit 12C Pkg. - - Blackberries Can JO Huxon Red Pitted CHERRIES 2 Limit |5C Ccltl Hominy 10c N o.2 Can " - 6lc Wrigley GUM p^. 2jc 2 Limit t Matches 6 Box Ctn. 11 mami Crisco 3 "n 54® iA a CONI'IDKNCK . . . confidence in our quality . . . confidence in our prices — that's the reason why so many women buy our meats. We'd like to have YOU se- lect your Sunday meal from the choice cuts that are lliis week's specials. We I'eel sure that we can win your confidence, too, in our meat department. FIRST QUALITY BABY BEEF RUMP ROAST n, 23c SHOULDER ROAST 20c CHUCK ROAST Fr...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 August 1938

■■ ■ - n to attention of the IM' PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1938 If Behold, the whirlwind of the Lord goeth forth fury, a continuing whirlwind; it shall fall teith pain upon the head of the wicked.—Jere- miah 30;23. God is a sure paymaster. He may not pay at the «iul of every week, or month, or year, but renumber, He pays in the end.—Anne of Aus- tria.! - 'WW o put|your shoulder to the wheel ANT( make sales mean jobs Sweetwater will get out of the National Salesmen's Crusade exactly what it puts into it. The enthusiasm that jis generated will have a direct bearing on the manlier in which the cash registers perform. Greats burden will go on the sales people for in many instances they will have to imbue the customer with the idea of bi^ying for "Sales Mean Jobs." There has to be bally-hoo with a movement of this kind but this in no way lessens its idealism. The fan-fare of a parade and the mass meeting is for the purpose of breaking down formality, cre- ating good f...

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

• • • • • • Ir Id 1° |y li- Id In la Ih re r In lfi- jr- lt py Ith lif _pn, ■its lfe- • t • t • • • • • • ym m if.-- AUGUST 5, 1988 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Game Preserve Is Being Considered A special meeting has been called of all Nolan county resi- dents interested in forming a county-wide cooperative Game Management association within the county by R. B. Tate, coun- ty agent. The group is asked to meet at the courthouse at SweetwaVer Saturday, August 13 at 2:30 p. m. A plan for organizing sueji an association as outlined by the extension service is to be ex- plained, and W. T. St. John, Abi- lene, state game warden is to be present to assist with the meeting. o • • America— • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • (Continued from page 1) poned until tomorrow. Meanwhile the inter-city feud between Brooklyn and New York over which should greet (he flier first—a squabble that threatened to break up the en- tire homecoming program — was patched up, Brooklyn agree- ing to let Manha...

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

Kvl: W. tesua MJGU9T «, im*B New of Plants Servica Families to Plan Fall Garden? To- inaugural of Texatf Next Governor Forecast by Observers COLLBGE STATION matoes, peppers, and eggplant that have survived the summer may b# i timulated to new grow- th in thf fall by supplying 1 to 3 tablespoons of nitrate of soda 6 to 12 laches from the plant, J. F. Rosborough, horticulturist of the Extension Service of Texas A and M College, said in dis- cussing fall gardens. "Before starting to plow for fall garden, all weeds should be cat and removed. If they are turned under, molding and heat- ing takes place, which dries out the top soil," Rosborough point- ed out. "The soil should be plow- ed 3 to 4-inches deep, and a coat- ing 1 to 3 inches deep of well rotted dry manure may be added before rebreaking or harrow- ing." A 6-12-5 or 5-15-5 commercial fertilizer, in regions of ample rainfall and light soil, will stimuate quick plant growth when applied at the rate of 3 to 4 pounds per 100 feet of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 August 1938

, \ j ; i j \ • ? J 4) AUGUST T1 TODAY, Louvin. Insurance, Rentals Real Estiite Aycock Building Phone 907 5, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE m Registered Optometrists Expert examina' tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. 11. MAJORS (Night and Day Service) WIRING Klectrical Contracting Van Electric 110 w. Iju. I'll. 3212 • J > 0 G. A. Bcemuu Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window displaj More Sales For More Jobs SALES MEAN JOBS We Are Cooperating N. Side Square J&NEVA, Ind. — (UP) — A copy of the Ulster County Gazette, Kingston, N. Y., which describes the funeral of George Washington, is owned by Orton Wheeler of Geneva. The issue was dated Jan. 4, 1800. BOWLING For What Ails You Sweetwater Bowling Alley TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on that trailer you have wanted. • Complete Auto Service • Wrecking Service • Phone 2:171 SCOTT WRECKING COMPANY W. 15(1 wy. Phone 2:17...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 August 1938

m SWEETWA* I Tour w Five- Assaults' O f l- Father if puM On Daughter PARIS, Me. — (UP) Carroll, whose father trial for the murder of a sician, sent Paul (Buddy) ryer, her boy friend, "four or letters" in which she ac CUsed her father of Meaulting" her when she was ftt years old, the jury which ■[trying Francis M. Carroll was i It was Defense Counsel Clyde It Chapman who revealed the (ifearge in reading the 17-page "final confession" of Dwyer who previously had confessed slaying Dr. James G. Littlefield and the country doctor's wife, then repudiated the confession to name Carroll as the actual murderer. The 19-year-old Dwyer, who said Dr. Littlefield's knowledge of Carroll's relations with his daughter was the motive for the double tragedy, told in the "final confession" of his love for Barbara. He said that this, and the confidences they ex- changed, were the "fundamen- tals of this catastrophe." Document Is Read Chapman began reading the document after Dwyer had iden- tified it as ...

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

m IP mM \ • ifjfc.i iWfeifK'ft . >■•• Ha 1 Reported Finding of Clipper Untrue TOKYO — (UP) — Japanese navy dispatched warships to Douglas reef south of Japan on reports the Hawaii Clipper had been found floating at sea. At the same time, ft appeared possible that a mixup in mes- sages had sent Japanese naval vessels on a fruitless search. First reports were that the SS Camberra Maru had fount! the clipper floating on the sea 800 miles south of Japan. The .Tat anese navy said it had receiv- ed word of the finding of the clipper from the American em- bassy in Tokyo. The American embassy said it had no word of the finding of the missing plane. Japanese vessels were within 100 miles of the area. The 26-ton, four motored clip- per, disappeared July 29 be- tween Guam and Manila. Only clues concerning the missing plane was a large "oil slick" located by U. S. army transport, Meigs, about 100 miles from the last radioed report of the dip- per's position before it myster- iously disappear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

mWa&Mm : ■ ■ ,4k Meet August 15 Grid Coath Saturday WB8TWQ0D, Mass. — (UP)— Grant, 32, coach of the New York Giants professional football team, was killed by Hgfttntng Saturday on the Norfolk golf course. Thrpe oth- er players were stunned. o Bobby Riggs Wins Meadow Invitation SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y.—(UP) Bobby Riggs of Chicago,, Ameri- ca's second ranking tennis star, won the Meadow club's annual invitation tournament for the second time Saturday, defeating Sidney Wood, Jr., of New York, ftO, 6-3, 7-5. Aztecs to Play Royston Today The Sweetwater Aztecs, Mexi- can hardball team, is to play the Royston (white) baseball club at 3 o'clock this afternoon on the city park diamond. The contest is a return game between the two clubs, Roys- ton having won the previous game 8 to 6. Manager Mike Labarado an- nounced Saturday he would like- ly start Manuey Gomez (no kin of Lefty) in the box for the lo- cals. The Aztecs have been playing many strong clubs in neighbor- ing cities this season and,...

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

t • J J • s • • * • i • \ « ) ' • i <> Mrs. Wimberly Is Hostess To Club Officers and 'months' of the Calendar club of the First Meth- odist church were guests of Mrs. A. J. Wimberly at a break- fast Thursday morning at her Lake Sweetwater cottage. Mrs. Wimberly is the 'year' in the Calendar club and this is the third annual breakfast she has given for the heads of the social organization of the church. A two-course menu was served at 9:30, covers being- laid for 14. At a brief business meeting with the president, Mrs. A. G. Lee, presiding, the months turn- ed in a collection of $20.75. Mrs. Roy Rasco will be hostess to the regular meeting of the club on Monday afternoon, August 15. * * * Homemakers Class Meeting Postponed The social of the Homemak- ers class of the First Baptist church, originally scheduled for Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Lloyd McBeth, has been in- definitely postponed. OPEN - AIR REVIVAL Corner Lamar and Ave. D. (Opposite Junior High) Every Night at 8 p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

«*vv ~1 ' ■; • • ■ •' *$jmN ■■r ■■•*'- m \'.ik: ' ■*: '■ mm IPPP 11.; .',' . . j !■■ .w 1 "u ,.'hlu...i~'..ii II Tin. J n u i i . i.liiiiWlfiriMBWMiJiJJ.... ). I) i.U4Ji«tu<i.iiiLiiwuKi..nuiiu.am.i.Jiiii Wii. "" J ""■ ." " ■ ' -j Opening Salesmen's Crusade In City Sets Record ' - ■ ■*' if fw*wM TBI' ' i """ Attend Group In Albany M, Thompson, presl- oi the Sweetwater Lions Members Blantop McCord Paul T. Quast, attended a 5 meeting of district 2-E Albany Friday night. More than 150 Lions from the district, representing Sweetwat- er, Roscoe, Merkel, Abilene, Al- bany, Cisco, Haskell, and Breck- enridge wpre present. A stag barbecue in the Albany high school stadium was one of the principal features of the meeting, which was attended by Dr. Rupert N. Richardson, vice president of Hardin-Simmons and district governor. One of the diversions of the meeting was an intra-club soft- ball tournament won by the Abi- lene club. Joe P. Self, past president of the Merkel Lions club, was electe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

^ li • ♦ > * > J <« I j . i.iSsjifcf. &K- "f'■>•'. vm- S3 mw mw% SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1938 ¥9iPlF*t ■%■' • '■■ fM ■¥M Ay cock Building Phone 007 McCAtL aad LOW Loan*. Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS (Night and Bay Service) WIRING Klectricai Contracting Van Electric Sweetwater Bowling Alley no w. La. Ph. 3212 G. A. Beeimut Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Baud Iustruments See our window displaj TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on that trailer you have wanted. # Complete Auto Service # Wrecking Service I l'hone 2:171 SCOTT WRECKING fKeep up with\ the Joneses? Say# he's PASSING 'em! \v COMPANY . Bdwy. l'hone 21171 K Visit. WILLIAMS GRILL Music • Dancing - Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. "YES, SIR! The boss sure knows where to go for Fl'R- K1TURK that's away above the average. I saw the hill that J. W. Elrod Furnitu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

MWfMMBaBMBaaMEa^^^^/• - f.; &?,•}:-.*',,' ■ ;•• :•.£*■ •' ' "7\ '; -•<£'• ' .,♦ ...' '.T;^ ^HHR ns For Opening Of mMMmmSSnM Of Exhibit For Fair |j igins This Week Numerous Inquiries For ■' Reserved Areas Have Been Made To Board Sale of commercial exhibit spaces at the Midwest Exposi- tion is to get in full swing this week with the offering of 64 spaces at prices ranging from $10 to $25 each. , Numerous inquiries for reser- vations of spaces have already been received. Spaces are num- bered and are to be sold and kept separate entirely by the number method. Spaces and not booths are being sold, with the arrangement of the booth left to the space purchaser. > Forty of the locations are in the general exhibit building where special exhibits are also being housed to be prepared by club women and girls, education- al groups, vocational agriculture students, 4-H club boys, and communities. There are 16 spaces located near the front of the building being offered at $25 each, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

3B Ml- VmFt V ?' AND EDITORIALS iiffP ■ SECTION. JI i i iv ■« SECTION II Gigmm AND ^ EDITORIALS VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1938 NUMBER 105 o < Fisher County 4-H Club Boys Win Honors At Encampment r , « ■I. p, i lit k * HI- la pn |M' 1 • py |e, Tlt- p'. • hd ra- leo |ar f so- lid. sr |li& lib list " list toy I lit, uto •t, ♦ > I * Win First Place In Softball; 2nd In Terracing Neves and Aaron Take Second and Third Honors For Terracing Contestants ROBY — Forty-one Fisher county 4-H club boys, accom- panied by O. O. Hollabaugh and C. Littlepage, adult leaders, and T. H. Roensch, Fisher county agricultural agent, attended the first annual 4-H club encamp- ment for District 6 which was held at San Angelo, July 31, August 1 and 2. This was a rec- ord in attendance for one coun- ty, and there were fifteen coun- ties present with a total of 267 hoys in the camp. Contests were held in Softball, terracing, and boxing. In these contests Fisher county won the baseba...

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

'U I And Reg. T.1 All For B1rl * -r" fem®H ——— "Let's Get Acquainted Offer" SALES MEAN HOBS zuspQ Join the throng of happy shobers merchants. You will be amased alt the LAST Texas. Off Motor Up Motor Spark Flags frail WP ol # CWa IplUoi Potato « Sot Timing 0 dean Gas Filter t Adjust Valves t Check Btarter-Generetor \ Adjust Carburetor Battery 7.90 Value (No Parts Used Unless Authorised) Norred Motor Co. "Authorized Buick Dealer" W. Broadway ' Phone 932 Sweetwater, lilrs. Jack Dunlap 2 YOU MOST SEE THEM HIGH CROWNS OSTRIECH TRIM LAVISHLY VAILED You will love these new hats. We have just received part of ^ 5 *M: '% our ^ shipment. Now on display in beautiful blues, browns, navies, and spice tones. See them tomorrow. SUE'S HAT SHOP South Side of Square Special! 63 Ladie Spring and Summer Dresses $2.00 Values to $19.75 WEEKS' WINNERS Ten More Free Theatre Tickets This Week Mrs. W. G. Dugger Sweetwater Mrs. D. C. Wilson Roscoe Dorothy Clay Sweetwater Ennis Hartgraves Sweetwater Mrs. Dean...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

i '' ;'i araffiF® -■ '£mm ' W*?*v p;™ :m m - v •v - wm ®Kr i JSMlu 7, 1988 '•M 11 -J l J; SWEETWATER, TtXAS LED WORD CONTEST and l^llggjg; th SWEETWATER • m shopers that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater sed jf the savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in West 1! $3.00 IN GASH! thei contfe; ?d*y jive a ilatt 6 o'i )es?< (o CD two pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or ining them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who a#ales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled ns pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note >ck Monday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst of contest judges is final. MISPELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! • m Theatre Tickets Each Week >n o lon^a of til the manage...

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

Bennltt, PAGE FOUR SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, fATBR "GOBS (o TOWN" 'CRUSADE OPENING ruie a modern descriptive phrase: "Sweetwater to 'town" in staging the opening of'the National aen's Crusade. From the time the parade got un- ly until the last Wah-Hoo echoed through the New- stadium, cooperation prevailed. It is worth stag- ing an event such as this just to see how folks can work together on a community project. In joining the National Salesmen's Crusade movement, Sweetwater signified its belief in a na- tionwide program to increase employment by in- creasing sales. Because of the progressive spirit of the civic and business leadership here, the idea -had a direct appeal and volunteers quickly formed the organization which culminated in a magnificent display of community response. Outside visitors to Sweetwater for the occasion were in accord as to the splendid display of unified action. So many were responsible for its success that someone would be overlooked were an attempt made to mentio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

V f >l 'NDAY. AUGUST 7. 1938 3§T-a-7- 3" by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr l J« r.<1« "If Buffftuen*. Inr —Tm H'B tl tiP Otl Pi oil ii'rd r." . Hooks «r-l Pl.vs Q, <ribt,l <i b UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE, .nc TARZAN'J DOOM ?> f; r ) j'/j, INTO THE HILLS DASHED THE BANDITS WITH THEIR PRISONERS: TARZAN,THE EMPEROR,AND HIS DAUGHTER. AND FROft THEIR ISOLATED LAlR.THE CHIEFTAIN DISPATCHED A NOTE DEMANDING RANSOM FOR iUNTW AND LULIN6. BUT FOR THE MIGHTY TARZAN HE HAD OTHER PLANS. •I WILL MAKE YOU MY LIEUTENANT/' HE OFFERED. vS?«' THE APE-MAN ANSWERED DEFIANTLY :'l FIGHT AGAINST NOT WITH, SUCH CUTTHROATS AS VOUJ" THE CHIEFTAIN FLEW INTO A RAGE. IF TARZAN WAS NOT ID BE AN ALLY, HE MUST NOT BE A FOE.'W HEAD WILL ROLL!" CHANG-LOON JTORMED.THEN HE TURNED TO HIS fAINIONS.'TO THE BLOCK WITH HIM I IN TREMULOUS DISMAY. LULIN5 WUISPERED TO HER FATHER. \ SK NO PLEA, NO WORD OF COMPLAINT PASSED HIS UIPS AS HE WAS BOUND "10 .STAKES! HIS NECK ON THE FATAL BLOCK. THE OUTLAWS SEIZED "IAR1AH AND B...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

■ v ■■ ^ MP Mm s friini py mmmmm si , -: ' 11-O C\<s&< .EXCUSE VAE A K\N>OTE ,XE*V\ ? 1 ^0<b' TH006W OF SOV\E.TV\\^' «'. wot'LV. SOOTS SAY ? — 1 PROVWSEO TV\EET 'ER HERE ON> TW £>EACH ~\V^O V\OOR<b A60,K>'F0R60T A\_\_ ASOOT \~x 6EE V^H\T2_ ,T>A SORRY I'M SO V.KTE ,^>OOT<b - ^i>0"T «• OV\ AHKS'S A\_V R\6HTs. I HAUE^'T VW^OEO one ^>\T r r m W\ =j 0H,M'60SHl L, HERE COMES C\SSV, VOOVIV^ FOR tAE ® _v~~ e A SAX ,^>OOT<b -OH, CQ^ER tAE O? WYTH 6As^O,WLYVA ?. * « C^OS! FOR TOM 5 THEfctl HOWS THAT OWAY — SHHH \\ I « OH. - 0>OS' vmavm^A ^OOTS, HAViE voo SEE^ FEROY ? i CAN'T F\NO HVM r\r / V/OE WERE HAO.NNCb SOCH A Ki\CE OATE ,09 THE fcEACH -ANO A\A_ OT A SOOOEM HE D\S AVPEAR^O ?VOO MEAN HE'S fcEEY^ OAT\N6 VO\TH XOO "THE PAST FEVO HOORS? OC.M \ v ? I CAK5T IMA6VNE THAT'S £>ECOtAE OF H\M OH,toE\_Y«A/OHY NOT ^ObT SVT HERE ANO toA\T FOR H\W ? HE'S fcOONO TO SHOV/O OP SOONER OR \_ATER SERVICE • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ARE THERE , MORE W...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

.maun. *".w, 4roSS5mLra. 4i%" • « • ) 9 I < t- • • • • « * • t • • 3 • • • • # • 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 HOLY SMOKE.1 A SEARCHLIGHT AND BATTERIES -AND DON T OVERLOOK THIS LONG HOLLOW TUBE I WELL,FOR-// RIGHT { "TOWARD THE VERY SPOT SEE WUERE IT'S POINTING, TRENT ? bb mm L, RIGHT/THIS EXPLAINS WOW "TUE SIGNALS PLASHED PROM TMIS OLD "TOWER COULD BE SEEN BY HIM ONLY - J \ WfTW THE LIGHT PLACED INSIDE THE END OF THIS LON© | TUBE THE BEAM IS DIRECTED TO JUST ONE SMALL SPOT OUT TWERE ON TME WATER SO OUR SPY LEFT MIS CALLING CARD, EH? SWELL? f&ffcl E;;:-©-:qL ' ji* j don-look/ WERE ALONG THE BARREL finger-prints/ SAV: IT S LUCKY I BROUGHT ALONG MY SPECIAL OUTFIT ^ NOW TRENT, IM GOING TO SHOW YOU JUST WOW SCORES OF DESPERATE SPIES AND CRIMINALS HAVE OKAY, COMMANDER WiNSLOW- BEEN CAPTURED | M WATCHING Dpyncbt, Mark y THERE'S NO MAGIC ABOUT THIS—IT'S SO SIMPLE ANYBODY CAN DO IT./ S> t iJ ON DUTY % TO SUPF^R THE U.S. MARINE CORPS' FIGHTING DETACHMENTS, FOUND ON BOARD OUR BATTLESHIPS AND CRUISE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 August 1938

PJSPtPlP ^ % - t i ^1" - • 7T * * ' - ^ '* * ' •: •'• t- ■: , * "•••'' ,• • : ' " w ..staJ^iiMssai ■ - >''■ .. ", p ■ $$ 1 THE OLDEST NORTH AMERICAN MOUNTAINS ARE THE OZARKS M fJF : rJBfc mmmMKmiiii/m rrrrnh «Ti' ' ' I'ii /il. inU i gHBSpibmmBMB wlsifeM — ?-wR !>/■' Tri/V.;V"'";/l' mm HH GOOD HONK.YIK- ( AW, THAT SMART )UH-HUH*WE DIDJUH RUN AFOUL V MOOVIAN COP/ 7 TOLDJUH HE wJv WAS POISON. wmmm- OF A DINOSAUR OR SUMPIKJ? FIFTY MILLION YEARS OF FAMILY HISTORY IS THE IMPRESSIVE RECORD OF THE ELEPHANT, ACCORDING TO THE LATE DR.H.F. OSBOOJ. HIS PALEONTOLOGICAL CHARTS SHOW £8 DISTINCT LINES OF DESCENT lg& MS 1 I II /j m;'j§ "f. Hi WlMIMIIm WMlMw, w lr- r'it 'in JhW mi# BROKEN BITS OF DINOSAUR EGGS HAVE BEEN FOUND IN "THE HILLS OF ARKANSAS ■ilfi WELL. WE CAW GITJP*6**^? WO? I'VE GOT EVEN WITH HIM/ f^SURE A BETTER WE'LL KNOCK HIS / WE'LL GANG ) IDEA. WE'LL EARS DOWN/ 1 UPON'IM/ / MAKE A O VBiL YEH.' MOW, YARK, SOU \ /OKAY, BUT THIS OUGHTA\ STAY HERE AN'SLUG//MAKE IT SNAPPY/ TAKE ...

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