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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

w ■•'.i :w ■w**" showers that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater |ed at the savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in West £! $3.00 IN CASH! |thes< two pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or J con aning them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who Id i «ales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 live a :irst price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled |gulal ons pertaining to first prize winer will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note 6 o'c )ck Monday. Prize winners will be announce on Teusday. In case of tie, neatst ?ci&i<n*bf contest judges is finale. MISPELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! Theatre Tickets Each Week In of the management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given Ion attached to this offer. If your names appear in one of the Monday Specials ads just I % • of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

'jffasagwg : M£ ■■Htv'fff s i - •<«•-«'.-.> • vV'-5''^ "*\WV •>'•'• • , R SWEETWATEB, TEXAS PAGE FOUR SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1938 George Bennitt and RusaeU Beonitt, Pub*. fj .-rfffcon haat mho given me the Meld of thy aal- Nlim; end thy gentleneta hath made me great.— It Samuel 22;36. Those who live In the Lord never see each other for the last time.—German Motto, rrs PRACTICAL TO BE GOOD NEIGHBORS It is hard to see just where President Roosevelt said anything especially surprising when he announced that the armed force of the United States would immedi- ately be called into action in case of an attempted in- vasion of Canada by a foreign power. In reality, it's the Monroe Doctrine applied to the north, as well as to the south. Reluctant as Americans are to get mixed up in anyone's quarrel, there can hardly be the sha- dow of a doubt that under any and all circum- stances they would use their utmost strength to defend the dominion against outside attack. That does not, of cours...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

t \ '• • r> i ■ • , Id |i ht * 111 re In I i • a COMIC SECTION •"' '•- -*W *vi ■ SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. AUGUST 28. 1938 ... ..ii ... m .. . .. -- I p"'V';v© — m mmmmm ' S®fP 1 | •. Ip s # . - ^' R/cr Burroughs .> ST .BBJSPU UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. In A BID TO DISASTER FANGS ENMITY .SOON BORE FRUIT. ON HIS DEMAND TARZAN VWSPUT ON TRIAL FOR rl ENTERING THE FORBIDDEN EMPIRE. j allS^& 'NO," REPLIED THE APE-MAM; 'I CAME "TO JEE Y/HOTVWS HERE." EVEN TO JAVE HIS LIFE HEVOJLD NOT LIE HOPING TO .SAVE TARZAN,THE EMPEROR PROMPIED HIM.4Y0U CAME HERE BY ERROR,DIDN'T VOU?" THE EMPEROR TURNED TOTOE COURTIERS'BlJr HOW CAN I CONDEMN THIS MAN WJAVED ME FROW THE'DEMON LIONS?" ISTRANQERS MUST DIEl" FANS INSISTED"JUCH IS THE IMMUTABLE LAW OrOURANCESTORf.' JADLY, SUN TAI .SUMMONED THE HEADSMAN. PRINCESS" LULINS WEPT, FOR SHE LOVED THE STALWART 'BARBARIAN." 1 r a BUT .SUDDENS HER TEARFUL EfES LIT UP. iHE WHISPERED TO HER FATHER, WHO CRIED OUT JOYOUSLY--- 'I HEREBY ADOPT TAR7AN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

)• „w~ m.a m ■ > : . ■ mm ■ -<■*"-. W1 mm <* '?/•{ wmw: *Wi-;C-*&u£*' ■mm I .♦ i • i # • • c • • • c • t • « • • j o • • • * • • t t • i • • f • mm* "" >' ,i < . ITU BE GREAT— # SEEING ADMIRAL COLBYS DAUGHTER AGAIN, DON MOPE 5MES AT HOME-THAT S WER FATHER'S RANCH DEAD AWEAD I r THERE SHE IS IN TME GARDEN AHOY/MERCEDES- -TME FLEET'S IN/ r DROP T WAT , WEAPON. GAL- WE'VE GOT VOU COVERED/ p GOODNESS .' ITS THE NAVAL INTELLIGENCE// DONT SHOOT, < GENTLEMEH -I'LL COME QUIETLV A 1 just LISTEN quietly, 1 that's all--we're draft- ing you for service,miss- MINUTES LATER- ^so that's hov things are, mercedes--the mysterious spy who's been signaling from the lighthouse is a woman u if my hunch is right TME DUCHESS will still BE playing the old game of masquerading as a J ~t7 I GET IT- >u think i can ^ locate the duchess without arousing picion-- and their women (Trad* Mtri Ref U 8. Pat. Office) LITTLE THAT WILL next FLAGS FAMOUS IN OUR COLONIAL NAVY- DONT tread on me THE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

BCTHil wmm a«Pi Mjft? ■ .// • *■-.=&$ { " ■■'M^'f ■ • ■•-•,-.■ - • • >>;-'!; ■ :.^v_ "■ ><£*, V .,'■' - 1 - •' ;'...' VEZZIR, GuZ- BAM/ ALL YOUVEDOWe^) Cg^ CWJEJF- (S TALK / IF NOU DON'T ^ ME, ILL KETCH -<>IE. THIEF/ RECOVER TH' CBOWN ■EWELS^^^^M JEWELS TODAY, I LL VAMI4 YOUR BADGE/ SOMEHOW OR OTHER, I'VE COME TO FEAR TM' MAM I WANT IS WOT AROUND HERE/ SO TO FIND THISX CRIMINAL AMD MIS BOVAL LOOT AROUND IKJ TH' JUNGLES I HAD BETTER jm OL GUZ IS SO MAD IT MAKES ME SHIWER. BV GUNA, TODAY I'VE GOTTA "DELIVER/ ROOT/ ODDS AMD ENDS OF PREHISTORIC THO SOME OF THE LARGER "DINOSAURS REACHED LENGTHS UPWARD OF EIGHTY FEET/ MO "DINOSAUR VET KWOWKJ TO SCIEKJCE WAS A MATCH FOR THE MODERN GIANT OF THE SEAS SULFUR-BOTTOM WHALE, WELL, WELL/ I WOKJDER. WHAT'S BlTIKJ' OUR GREAT G-MAN- HE LOOKS KINDA __ WORRIED wr ™"B LONG) BR0NT05AURUS "THUNDER LIZARD w NEWLY DISCOVERED BV MODERNS, W\S ■ v EMPLOYED Btf "THE MIXTEX IMDIANS OF Sttiwiaj /MEXICO FOR CENTURIES. e.^ NOT OUT IN TH' OPEN...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

.. dl t • s • • 1 • « • C • •r • * • t '> i 9 <>-> • • • • • • f • ;^p '•• '« ifr -J*',' ,- :<■*■ '•..-.If, ,\-V < isi'-'' ^ The Sweetwater reporter COMIC SECTION SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION VES; BUT MY PAR IS TERRIBLE I GET BEAT EVERY TIME/ ,SO YOU'VE JOINED THE " HOOK AMD SLICE „ OUT-OF - BOUkJDERS', EH? THE OLD MAN MUST BE PRETTV SORE AT YOU/ simply <5olfoux>V ~-IF VOU'VE GOT A <jOOD LIE ON fH' FAIRWAY vou'rte a uiE-eR A BALL lAJ THE CUP IS W/OR.TH ZO IAJ T«E BUSHES HECK, WO/ VOU CAM COME HUNTING WITH ME AMY TIME / HOLD STILL; ~ I'M GONNA GIVE VOU A BEAUTY TREAT- MENT WITH THIS WO. 8 IRON — IT'LL IRON OUT A FEW WRINKLES IN YOUR. FACE/ I D TELL MAC. ABOUT HOW/ PAR TREATS VOU/ OL Doc.fLuTTfRMUrH — IKJ SPITE OF MY CROOKED SHOOTING I BOMS, I'M NOT SO BAD/ /> YESTERDAY I SHOT A BIRDIE AMD AM EAGLE OLD CA/Z GREASE WORK woajdggs SQUEAKY STAIRS / don't get rough in the roughs CON'T PUTTER AROUND "THE putting , 0>REEUS / COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

\ r. r-mv. m m* :'^mw^r • WMKSr ■ - ' . . • > ■ v . i-o v- • *>-£3$y$$' is?& • r ;•■ > >ALO0KAS $~ug This here's tony pjentnau6 4yhicm we know. his father sought him a seat on the stock eschan6e. he makes more money than a presidunt of the us. he grajawatbd prom a college which his father 61v e the stadium. &$• f*** k : K?.' i,« ;>r.. \i bi ■1 wlii life hmb li ^Wfks^Ax. Jumm y 3 i f& • ' When they ast tonv in a exam who hamlet was, he sez,*it's a thin6 va make outa eggs? This here's mv dog flossie an* me she was much more humin than •some people i've met. <> JOE PALOOKA o ih.t8 mrnintjsftt vmlir.1t# i mr By HAM FISHER I /hello, beth. there's the kids. the wife's having^* sav we'll a kiddie party c i'll bet jentertaln^ x for junior. all/ that's ^ the f love. my wipe said hullo, dear** the boys tho't they'd--- howda please, bovs this is 60nkley cute.take \kids. r\ kids. < she was us over taking the girls are bringing their kiddos. to see it. wendy. ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

.... . ' ; ..i- -j{ ;.:k ? ■ : CAPTAIN ami THE K •wrw-t-i ' '■* v -" . : 'l ; v* •' • •-•'•*•?•••' ' • v •' . r it ,< • >■4 V .. ' . .. I , UClN A BLOOM '0OV>, SAILING ♦ROUND J)ER MOONJJ. y PtrM if* NIX SMORTV.' ?,{ RUM AL0M6.V0U /),, . il# 155 TOO LIDdLE ^ W TOR WINGING t wmmm " I r : 7-v, 1 BE BWE,SHORT*: UNO DON'T6IFF OPDER SHIP?' T (0RRK HERE V/E 00/> SIT TI6HT5KY/ HANSY UND TITZY VlLL VATCH DOT LIODLE RUNTSKY DON'T FLOPSKY.'/ {owacK AW DON'T BE 3TlN6y.# REMEMBER YOU VOS A IJDDLE 5HAFER YOURSELLUF tyUNCE ! —■ •••••** Jar*. O.K. V/E GtFF HIM CHUST A ITSY- -0IT3Y TEENY VUNf V CW/UK.' - 11 ,^"1' '111 I ■ ' ARJORI PUSHES HARD HEV.' cur dot, ^ OUDT^/ fewOKk!! DIDN-T J ALVAYS IT? IT Mhft SIZE, IT'5 NO)F/ JAW OOH HEFFIN> -I CANT LOOK? PER LOPPU5/ «3 DEN ITS SETTLED ABSOLUTELY. YOU VOULDN-T TAKE SHORTY IS PLACE? VOT DO YOU MEAN "HE AlKIT MAD?. QUACK- UAA< K DOT AIN/T DER HAFF-6IFF A LOOK TELLMEDER VORST." I5S IT AIL OFER? POSITIF- -LV* HE'S A BETTER MAN DEN VE ARE. Cil...

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

I IJ Mb r /1 j ■ Wvz US nfc'i: mjtir W* •^,-s - P. and win rac War Rehearsal Staged For Hitler's Benefit RRChlirman Berlin Warned Of Consequences In Czech Attack Nazi Leaders Told France to Fight If Her Allies Attacked BY UNITED PRESS Europe staged a dress rehear- sal for war today to warn Adolf Hitler against starting another world conflict. Cireat Britain was understood to have warned Berlin directly of the possible consequences of attacking Czechoslovakia. Paris hammered home to the Nazi leaders that she would fight "if her Czechoslovakian ally is at- tacked. So did Soviet Russia. So did Yugoslavia and Rumania. Stock Markets Dip In every capital, the sign:# were apparent. Cabinet ministers met urgently. The stock market dipped. Ambassadors hurried home to make secret reports. Soldiers massed along the fron- tiers of a freightened Europe. Nor did the United States es- cape danger. The U. S. Monocacy with 45 officers and men aboard was in peril on the Yangtse river near ihe Kiukian...

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

IP - (-0- 'tmlmmi' * lfAt^p - Mm ■; '.\ MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1988 City Qclf Champion In Tournament fers To Stage Dance Tonight At Country Club from 9 to 12:30 Sweetwater golfers crowned a new city champion yesterday When J. Clyde Southworth defeated Josh Billings 10 to 9 in the 36 hole finals of the city tournament at Lake Sweetwater. Last Sunday, Southworth and Billings advanced to the finals Ijy defeating E. B. Lovvorn, defending champion, and R. R. Lacy in a foursome match play. Dpnce Tonight Dance honoring golfers who participated in the city tournament is slated at the country club tonight at 9 o'clock to 12:30, with Jack Free and his orchestra of Abilene furnishing the rhy- thm for the night's enter- tainment. Ed Lancaster scored a 9 to 8 decision over Bill Parker yes- terday for the first flight finals laurels, and O. O. Harris defeat- ed L. M. Watson 1 up for the second flight awards. In consolation play, Joel John- son wpn 2 up over Rip Ely for the championship flight. Ed Pat...

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

■ WU. MONDAY, ACCIIST 29, 1MB .1 Is lr {?• I i 1 m H HV 0 • p • I I m e i* ' SWEETWATER •fa- ll, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FDR's Speeds Up Test Of Administration WASHINGTON — (UP)—The national primaries head into the home stretch with balloting in South Carolina and California on Tuesday, and the closing contests will judge not only the pres- tige of the new deal and President Roosevelt's struggle to liber- alize the democratic party but also will affect virtually the 1940 presidential race. * * * President Calls For Defeat of 'Cotton Ed' Smith Sudden and unexpected with- drawal of State Senator Edgar A. Brown from the race to un- seat Sen. Ellison D. (Cotton Ed) Smith in the South Carolina pri- mary, confused new dealers here as much as it did state dem- ocratic leaders. Brown had cam- paigned as an ardent new deal- er and had pledged full cooper- ation to Mr. Roosevelt's recov- ery and relief policies. Advances Test Vote His last-minute abdication left only Gov. Olin D. Johnston, also a n...

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

For he that it dead it freed from tin.—Romant *i7. Death has nothing terrible which life has not so. A faithful Christian life in thi world is the best preparation for the next.—Try on Ed* wards. THE ELECTION IS OVER LETS GET BACK TO BUSINESS The election is virtually over since it is unlikely that the general election will alter the choices already made. For the time being, the issues involved in the campaign have been dealt with and the best thing i for all of us now is forget our differences and work wholeheartedly for a successful administration of all of those nominated. We feel that W. Lee O'Daniel has learned a lesson that will help him a great deal in making us a good governor- There is no doubt that his first big experi- ence in politics will have a sobering effect on his judg- ment and help him appreciate the fact that after all it isn't in the best interests of democracy that any "one man have too much power. This newspaper made no campaign against individuals but did vig...

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

o t I I •I § ■ ft n ♦ } O i # ?« as ■ Monday, august 29, i«38 SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS •Sipdwkhea You should try our bar- becue sand- wiches. They are delicious. "It's not the Topsy Tur- vy anymore . . . Let's all keep cool at the Tav ern . . . where every, body goes . . . T YOU CAN Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINE and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport -ri a m 1 MR. CAR (OWNER: Please read this a\Y • afI dBily- 11 wi" contain r e g u 1 a r valuable sugges- tions and reminders to help you get the best of service from your automobile. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 'you'll like our servicr" PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also u beautiful Wave for $1.00 007 Elm. St. Sweetwater Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." If you work alone in a dark room, a neat hair...

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

rv, i'tf? ?*:"■ •" ■W'-: ■ v "• TEXAS MONDAY, A1 >, 1988 iness Recovery In U. S. Reports Income Of Nation Gains Payrolls Declined Last Month; Optimism Prevails Copyright By VP WASHINGTON — (UP) — Business recovery is definitely in progress, Secretary of Com- merce Daniel C. Roper told the United Press today in an exclu- sive interview. He said that reports to his department—the most authentic barometer of business—revealed many encouraging factors, in- cluding a more optimistic out- lopk by industrial tycoons who were reporting a "gradual im- provement." He said that his statement was based on reports covering June, July and part of August. Income Climbing ,;For the first time since Aug- ust, 1937", he said, "the nation- al income is showing an upward trend. Last month it rose to 79.1 from 78.3 in June. A year ago the index stood at 88.6, but in the last few months the country again pointed toward the 1937 figure. "Payrolls declined less in July than is usual for that month, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 August 1938

• ! • 0, U ' ■ I i. r k t> [ - 1 y.' t'i ' , - v * , A— •( ^ lAi-- 'wjaff t 'j1 , ■ ' ./ Destroys Barnsdall's $400,000 Refinery At Odess Mutilates Self in Religious Frenzy « SWEnWAIilEPORTER "Wherefore, if thy hmill or thy foot offend I lice, out tlifm off, and then vast them from tht-e." As she finished rending the biblical injunction during the nightly Itihie lesson for her two children, Mrs. Irene Harwell, in a frenzy of religious zeal wMt to the rear of her cabin in .Merced, Calif., chopped off her left hand and gouged out her right eye with scissors. Hhe is shown here recovering at a hospital. Serious Flood Threat Faces Lower Rio Grande Valley Woodring Says U. S. Air Defense Is Inadequate BROWNSVILLE — (UP) — The lower Rio Grande valley faced a major flood threat today as rivers of northeast Mexico dis- gorged waters from cloudbursts along the headwaters of the Rio Grande. At Rio Grande City, where the San Juan river empties into the Rio Grande, the Mexican stream had reache...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 August 1938

I * I tm- IP r;'r',d:t ■ "•' 1 • W$P * TUESDAY, AUGUST SO, 1998 Drops State Meet Curtain Raiser In Eighth way Delegation Downs Oilers 8 to 6 At Abilene Tournament By Bart Shelton Reporter Sports Editor ABILENE—Those Good Gulf Oilers of Sweetwater dropped the curtain raiser of the state softball tournament here last night to the strong Highway delegation of Abilene. After playing tied ball for two innings, the Oilers yielded 2 runs in the eighth frame to the Roadmasters to lose the game •— r 8 to 6. The game was tied 5 to 5 Completes Job« Sign Swatters For Three Games With Hamlin Nine Annex Trent Tossers For' Sunday Engagement, Double Header Labor Day The Sweetwater Swatters are to meet the strong Hamlin Oilers in a three-game series be- ginning Sunday, O. .0. Hollings- worth, skipper of the Sweetwat- er club, announced today. The Swatters were originally booked to play the Trent team Sunday, but by mutua^ con- sent the game was cancelled and the Sweetwater and Trent clubs are to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 August 1938

VI'' wr TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, w in mMml -• • ■ t v" SWEETWATER IRIk SWEETWATER, TEXAS Qovernment Begins Purchasing Surplus American iplW ne |6 r re ■e- lo- lal lal i hn r" }es |of ch lil- ( id lin- tr- is |°f Ich lle- Ito lus * ■no h'e- |ge Ins Ind , lat-' Im lor Iti- r 1° ( lor Ird ate a Ive [all 1 lod J Ape [he /ill ( |)od Ian- |ver ^ ate, • of arn in ask £ ary to irm t>y tt orn- lett vey def- of bo- wel I inty • the hop- 300 Grain Bought ' * At Prevailing Domestic Prices Sold to Exporters Who Make Profit; Losses Made Up By FSCC WASHINGTON — (UP) — Acting Secretary of Agriculture M. L. Wilson today announced that the government had begun purchasing surplus American wheat in its export subsidy pro- gram designed to dispose of 100,000,000 bushels in foreign markets. It was revealed that the fed- eral surplus commodity corpora- tion already had purchased 35,000 bushels of wheat to begin the program immediately. Under the .plan, Wilson explained, pre- vailing domestic prices are paid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 August 1938

I know that the lord will maintain the cause afflicted, and the right of the poor.— Ftalmi 140-,I2. Among the attributes of God, although they all equal, mercy shines with even more bril- liancy than justice.—Cervantes. CARE OF COURTHOUSE AND GROUNDS IS PUBLIC BUSINESS That the condition of our courthouse and the grounds surrounding it should come in for considerable atten- tion from the county authorities, seems to be the unani- mous opinion of city and county civic leaders. ; It is their thought that inasmuch as the court- house occupies a position where it greets every tourist that travels along the Broadway of Ameri- ca, it is highly important that it does this greet- ing with a scrubbed face and well kept grounds. It seems that the interior of the courthouse has also come in for considerable discussion to the effect that the courthouse restrooms are not everything they should be. A personal inspection will reveal the fact that there is considerable grounds upon which to place c...

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