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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 September 1938

fmi wmj$ '4R(®(8Bp ^Wr' •vt THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORT 3f, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FIVE ) • ) • ) • > • i t I • I t Y • ) • > • 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • « • ) • I t I ■.* i i Us & buys this 14 Pc. Bedroom! 9x12 All Wool) ISroadlooiei Rugs S3 a Month, Down Pay- ment. Carrying Charge We've sold thousands of these rugs—mills have been kept running at huge volume—that brings the price DOWN, makes a big saving for you! You'd ordinarily pay at least $10 MORE! Lovely, two-tone, leaf texture pat- tern! Deep, velvet-like seamless wool pile! Latex back! SALE! Waterfall Veneered 3 Pie«?c Mottavii Bed, chest and vanity or dresser! Here's an exact copy of an expensive"nesv style at an amazing Ward Low Sale price! You'll find styl- ing, materials and workmanship equal to $75 bed- rooms anywhere! See the rich V-matched oriental- wood tops, and fronts on. finest cabinetwoods! Waterfall tops! Plate glass mirrors! Bed, chest and vanity or dresser! $6 a Month, Down Payment,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 September 1938

II , ''■ I *1 Second Oil Belt Meet at Abilene ABILENE — A second ses sion of the executive commit- ■ tee for the Oil Belt football conference is to be held Satur- day at the Abilene high school. Eligibility of district players is to be discussed. o Press Box Sports By Burt Shelton No doubt it's foolish to climb out on a limb and then let some- one saw the branch off right be- hind you . . . but it's fun and here goes: Sweetwater Mustangs are go- ing to defeat the Spur class B gridders, 13 to 6 tomorrow night. Abilene 7, Lubbock 0. Big Spring 21, Colorado 6. San Angelo 7, Northside Fort Worth 6. Ranger 28, Comanche 0. Breckenridge 56, Vernon 7. ' SMU 21, North Texas 14. TCU 7, Centenary 6. Texas U. 0, Kansas State 0. Arkansas 0, Oklahoma Aggies 0, (tie). Hardin-Simmons 14. San Fran- cisco 13. Texas Tech 21. Wyoming 0. West Texas State 20. Daniel j Baker 7. East Texas State 14, Louisiana j Normal 0. Howard Payne 30, Southwest Texas Teachers 0. o— One Arm Golfer Gets Hole In One Wester...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 September 1938

mmpm i ■ to I <' ! 9 ' 1 ^ i y> A • { m 0 T 0 ? 3 J) : ) t ! j) t ' f> U *> •< , « 624,1 ^ 10 ) * o * ♦ l*> c o #> o m i' 0 ttttjRStoAV, ifePT. 2i, lift* jftVEfciWAlfcK ItEPOKlJeft, bWJitl WATfcK, TEXAS "Just want to ? ^ thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! "Very reason- able, too,, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's the ^spot' for us from now on." ft f8, too! The Best Advice Ever Offered, if you are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Lotsa' Fun It's All at— WASH TUBB8 AND EASY jr Sweetwater*. Owa Cartoonist Af?V ! OH, WV <3QSHl DOW'T 'OU E\)EK1 KVJOVJ VOUR BEST FRIEND? THK TAVERN Across From the Airport WEUT>? if! C HNilS REC06MIZE Bop of Judge ui Mr*. B> C. Crane, 601 East Third St. Sweetwater 'WW.lti WASH \ PLEASE FORSWE MG.WR. TUSSS. I'M V0UR\ TUBB5. VO'J SEE, 1 6ET PAl. I ALL ) TEfcR\F\C HE AT) ACHES... OVER TlWORLD / FRACTURED MV SKULL WITH 'vi/.j? / EgC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 September 1938

'7mi jects to Be ted at Meet rict Agents Are JJTo Be In Charge of - All-Day Progrram r Agriculture and home demon- stration agents from approxi- mately 10 counties in Texas A. and M. college extension dist- rict 6 are to meet at the court- bouse at 9 o'clock Saturday morning to receive instructions for the promotion of the whole- farm and ranch demonstration program. , Those in charge of the meet- tag are J. D. Prewitt, district ffcrm agent, Miss Ruth Thomp- son, district home demonstra- tion agent, Miss Louise Bryant home management specialist, |nd T. R. Timm, extension ser- vice economist in farm man- agement. Get Comforting Relief from RUNIW HEAD COLDS •o thisi Put some Vlcks VapoRub up each nostril and snlS well back. KXT. melt a spoonful of VapoRub tn a wl of boiling water; breathe In the medicated vapors for several minutes. This loosens phlegm and further clears the air-passages. AT BEDTIME, rub VapoRub on throat, chest, and back so Its long-continued double action can re- li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

If ft f* o ( J lr 9 r ,% e 1 ' • I > t r ' t f I * J •!/ NE AND FLOOD NEAR Legion Opposes 'Wealth Draft' In Wat Emergency LOS ANGELES — (UP)— Fifty thousand ex-doughboys were guests today of the navy which 20 years ago was close to them on a grim con- voy trip across the Atlan- tic. No submarines were in sight as American legion- naires from the national convention here boarded heavy cruisers in the har- bor. Chamberlain and Hitler Discuss Forming New Pact Prime Minister Thought To Have Asked Fuehrer To Demobilize Reserves GODESBERG, Germany, Fri- day — (UP)— Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, met again today with Adolf Hitler to ing the 1-day meeting was brok-, seal lheir bargain of peace, and en at the final session when vio- it was reported he asked the lent deflate flared over the pro- German Fuehrer to aeree to a mpn1 I?™*!1™ w*a,th- lik> four-power western pact to re- S n in ZZ : m0r1 ward ^itain f«r bringing pres- Ihan an hour, the dispute raged; sure a inst Czechoslov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

\y ■ V- r-r PORT WORTH — (UP) — Ward Wilkinson, Texas Christ- ian university's ace punter, was back in uniform yesterday and ready to ready to start against Centenary Saturday. Coach Leo (Dutch) Meyer still expressed concern over the Christian's offense huilt around the passing of David O'Brien, 150 pound quarterback. -HOUSTON — (UP) — Doug Sullivan was groomed yesterday to take a place on the firing end of Rice Institute's passing of- fense with Ernie Lain. Coach Jimmy Kitts tried sever- al new touchdown plays to be used against Oklahoma univer- sity a week from Saturday af- ter pronouncing the Owls' for- • ward-lateral Sullivan-Lain-Ollie Cordell passing c o m b i n a tion '"perfect." i WACO — (UP) — Morley Jen- , jjings gave the Baylor Baptists See Our Sale Ad Elsewhere In This Paper! Whitten and Simmons Doscher Bldg\ San Antonio Adds Third In Series SAN ANTONIO — (UP) — San Antonio defeated Beaumont 5 to 4 tonight to win its third game in the Texas league cham- pionship playoff....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1938 • it * II > • i } SWEETWATER REPO SWEETWATER, TEXAS . 1> < 1 • #• Oxydol 25c Pkg. 1SC (1 LIMIT) La Salle VIENNA SAUSAGE Reg. Can (4 LIMIT) £d w Post Toasties 2 Lg. Pkgs. 15C CRACKER JACKS 5c Pkg. 2^C 2 Limit • i > • 5 * ■ 1 | i II ' •1l * This Is Our FIRST RIG SALE of the New Season and All the Fall Favorites Are Priced to Save You Money. Stock Up Now While Prices Are So Low! GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Huxon Red Pitted CHERRIES taucn. (2 Limit) 10' Rose Brand MILK ,\,„s JELLO All flavors . Standard CORN 2 No. 2 cans. Ma Brown Apple BUTTER Jar 25c 5c 15c 15c Ma Drown Pure w* GRAPE J AM /j V/iC 3 Iff. pkgs. . 25c Golden Poppy Apricot HECTAR tall can Kellogg's Corn FLAKES Corn Dodger iiCHI 5 lb. sack 15c IrlbKL 10 lb. sack ... Normandy Shoe String POTATOES,V/zC No. 2 Can f* p TOMATOES L l J)c 2 1-lb. packages Angelus MARSHMALLOWS 25 Sleepy Hollow MAPLE SYRUP P, 19c Gold Chain FLOUR 24 lb. sack .... 84c Dairy Maid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

-"'v- A-;,tow?|''.^-^2M-: •® ' %\ ,,r. SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS *a, I auk In this 4 Dream?" HERE IS THE SALE You have looked for . . . waited for 'and rushed for! We are loaded to the brim with new, smart fall merchandise It must be sold quick ... as a re- sult, we are throwing this sale of sales for your benefit and ours. BUY NOW! SAVE! SUIT SAVINGS New diagonal weaves in rich green and brown shades. Save now. Only— Beg. 38.50 %*J9S Two Pun is SUIT SAVINGS Fine Suits of supreme wor- steds. Two pants. A real value for only— Keg. 4."i.00 Jl 8 Two Pants ON THE BLOCK! Every hat in the store is on the block. Famous "Protex" sweat band and water proofed finish. TYROLEANS — HOMBURGS — SNAP BRIMS Iteg. 2.J) 5 Values $249 Reg. 3.30 Value; $298 Reg. Values $349 Men! Here are where prices ijite the dust! A special lot of all wool cashmere slacks that will give I hi* utmost satisfaction. Buy now! Regular $5 and $5.95 values. *5-59 jrrTTvrw DOWN GO THE PRICES OF VELVET STEP ► A sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 SWEE1WATEH REPORTER, S W EE! WATER, TEXAS ' PACE FIVE I ' i ?t At The Theatres Margiiirt. Sullavan and James Stewart are seen together in "The Kliupworu Anj eJ" show- ing today at the Texas. * II ' Former Texas Cowpuncher Presented Yacht by a Stranger •i Joan Barclay and Jack loud- en in "fioneer Trail" at the Kitz Theatre today. WH1 RliWINI) ACTION IN 'PIONEER TRAIL' A fast moving story, beautiful- ly photographed and climaxed by the spectacular stampede of thousands of frightened cattle, "Pioneer Trail" today opens at the Ritz Theatre. Jack Luden wins new laurels in the film, as does Tuffy, the wonder dog who has been fea- j tured in other successes with the western star. Joan Barclay, famous "magazine cover girl," is both beautiful and effective opposite Luden. "Pioneer Trail" opens with the whirlwind action of a rustler at- tack upon a huge cattleherd be- ing driven across country. Lu- den. in charge of the drive, is captured by the bandits, but es- ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

gA verdict favoring the defend- in the damage suit of Mrs. Alley vs. the Texas Elec- Service company was ren- dared at 10 o'clock this morn- iflg by Judge A. S. Mauzey, who dismissed tVie jury after the two-day hearing. Ten of the twenty-odd witness- ; i m summoned were called in the Me which grew out of the death, in 1936, of Frank Alley, a farmer on the Duncan farm near Roscoe. Mrs. Alley alleged hgr husband's death by electro- ctftion was caused by negli- gence on the part of the power company. Judge Mauzey could find no evidence produced by the plain- tiff showing fault of the com- pany in the death of Frank Al- ley, he stated in returning the verdict. Mrs. Alley was seeking $50,- 000 in damages. o An average low-priced car casts about 20 cents a pound. Schnickelfritz Band Popular In Hollywood m Jams Movie Sets and Sets Everybody on The Lot Jittering: HOLLYWOOD — There is an- other one of those bands in Hol- lywood. I mean specialty bands like the Raymond Scott Quintet or the Sc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

• I V ;v $i y ■ sstijp .-..ii mipiin. i GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 NUMBER 1 41 More Than 180,000 Of 270,000 Acres In Fisher Terraced County Agent Finds Level Type Most Practical Farmers Quoted As Saying Terracing Has Doubled Yields BY T. H. ROENSCH Fisher County Agent ROI3Y — More than 180,000 of the 270,000 acres of land in cultivation in Fisher county are terraced or farmed on the contour to conserve soil and hold rainfall where it falls. M. R. Bently, agricultural engineer of the Texas A. and M. college extension service, recent- ly estimated that more than half of the 10 1-2 million acres of Texas crop land terraced or contoured to date is of the lev- el type. Almost all of the Fish- er county lines have been run on the level. Prior to 1922, most terrace lines were run with a variable fall of from one to six inches per 100 feet, as they still are in the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

wis! -<T: i t / - & • SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1*38 Purchasing as j' Economical Municipalities Could Save on Supplies, Says Research Director AUSTIN — Small municipali- ties could effect considerable savings by purchasing supplies and other commodities through the state government, it is point- ed out by Dr. Stuart A. Mac- Corkle, director of the bureau of municipal research at the University of Texas. Dr. Mac- Corkle recently published an article on "State-Municipal Co- operation in Purchasing" in the National Municipal Review. Texas is not one of the states that have made available this form of cooperation between governmental units. "Despite the fact that practi- cally nothing has appeared in print dealing with the extent of state-municipal cooperation in purchasing, it should be rec- ognized that such an arrange- ment is made possible in at least five of our states today," j he pointed out. "A question- naire sent to every state in the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

tf&'Wr/ .■h- W • • a # j i • j • • * • • • • • • • • • • « 1 9 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • , • • • • t • • • I Fftfim, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 HI8, Too! ust want to thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! Very reason able, too, con sidering the ex cellent music and service." The Brat Advice Ever Offered, If yoa are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and IjoUu' Fnn It's All at— ''It's the 'spot' for us from now on." IHK Across From the Airport MORE KWEKTWATKR CITIZENS Than at any time in twenty-six years are now taking Orogan .Mineral Baths. Only proven apparatus will be found at our place. We offer free diagnosis without asking a single question. <;!tO<;.Y\ WELLS SANATORIUM Dial 2012 tis£ jARK VO.l'li |B?Y I S l* It INCH \ S Q L E AK1NC? rj\ We've got the " I — best spring lini- ment here you ever saw. Quiets the squeaks in a jiffy. Koolmotor Gas! ROf PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 YOU'LL LIKE OUR SE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 September 1938

SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features • i«MR!s n- *** iff ■■■ " wiEM K*to ittmttoB r publlca- eorrccted upon be- i of the publishers. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TE2A9 .... 3Blf , ■ Mm * tfteroooji jhdurcby. •J*0 Sroday monUnf and tto ^ridy edltton on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, Inc. Entered as second class matter at post* office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1980. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 1358 p* God shall Mess us; and all the ends of the earth shall fear him.—-Psalms 67;7. There is little influence where there is not great sympathy.—Prime. GOING TO WAR SERIOUS BUSINESS, REQUIRES PREPAREDNESS Regardless of the volumes being written as to the lack of honor of France and Great Britain in not going to war for Czechoslovakia we haven't heard anyone of these writers booking passage for Europe to take up arms. Going to war is a serious business as history testifies and as all those who had a part in the World War know full well. Because two countries...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

■* aiira I ♦ C • t • • « • * n « i « 0 «> '(9 C o PPM DS HON OF SUDETENU i V • Czechs Are Given Week To Leave BERLIN—(UP)—Germany has set October 1 as the dead- line for withdrawal of Czech troops and police from the Sudeten areas to be ceded by Czechoslovakia to Germany, it was disclosed Saturday. A summary of Adolf Hitler's demands showed that Prague must agree to the withdrawal by that date and that Ger- man troops and police will take over as soon as the Czechs have moved out. Areas, 70 per cent German, will be taken over immediately, others with a heavy German population after a plebiscite. Benes Orders Mobilization BY KEYXOLDM PACKARD I'P Correspondent PRAGUE — (UP) — Imme- diate mobilization of the entire Czech army was effected Sat- urday by President Eduard Benes as Czechoslovakia's new "strong man" government, head- ed by Gen. Jan Syrovy, began to function. The mobilization was com- pleted within six hours. There were 2,000.000 Czechs under arms before dawn. The army in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

. WjjPM $&':#?'MplSf' vip/ff' SVEETWATEB, TEXAS H^IPPSr SSr^ t m X-' / '^.-.iS^^MS' ; > IS. ' " ;% :.tr1.- . X ••'7 v • •' . , •- -- •-' v "".*>•' ". •. SUNDAY, sEPTiapwiia^iasa r Closes Ncm-Conference ian High Eleven Opens League With AbilendOn October 7 Bp Km BHELTOK year. 8weetwater's 40-to-0 defeat of the Spur Bulldogs in the second Hlion non-conference game Friday night marked the final tilt for the Mustangs prior to their Oil Belt conference competition. The Newman high eleven have an open date next Friday, hut Start district play as guests of the Abilene Eagles on October 7 —— 1 in the first of two day games on the card this Stubborn Defense Spur's Bulldog class B eleven put up a stubborn defense and played an even-Steven game the first quarter. Sweetwater open- ed up early in the second and chalked two that round. Web- ster failed on both conversion attempts. The second half was duck soup for the home talent. They registered three toucnes in the third frame and pol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

• SUNDAY, ~rm IIP imm WlmM V ^ Women's Interest J* * V -- ■ • Clubs • Churches ■:^p: ' — SWEETWATER t, SWEETWATER, TEXAS lone D. Perry Dial 2328 Hoclrty Editor 'Music Study Club To •Sponsor 3 Concerts Mrs. Williams Complimented Music Study club of Sweet water is announcing a series of three public concerts to be giv- ^en during the winter and spring "months. A contract has been signed with Robert Hollings- head of Hollywood, who was a visitor here Wednesday, for the musical arts series sponsored by fhim. The concert attractions this season promise a variety of en- tertainment for music lovers which will surpass anything presented by the club in past ♦years. The first concert is to be De- cember 14 at Municipal auditor- ium, at which time Russell Hor- ton, movie star and radio sing- ^er who had the leading role with •Grace Moore in the current pic- ture, "I'll Take Romance," will come from California to present a concert under auspices of the Music Study club, a, Mr. Hoilingshead gav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

Market ■ i' .-'w A" ■ •' .y I lent Slows Value Is Quadrupled 69-Pound Pigs Weigh 214 Pounds After 90' Day Feeding Period By A. D. Jackson A lot of ten 69-pound pigs weighed 214 pounds after being fed kafir and protein supple- ment for 90 days at the Texa A. and M. experiment station, and paid $1.77 a hundred pound- for the kafir they consumed, ac- cording to Fred Hale, chief div- ision swine husbandry, Texas experiment station. This is more than four times as much as the grain is bringing on the market in West Texas at this time. The pigs were purebred Du- rocs, and were bred by the Tex- Don't just lake our word for it: Conn- and see ton yourself! The biggest, special you've ever seen in woolens and crepes . . . 1300 yards of crepes and 300 yards of woolens. Starting Monday at as station. They were farrowed in March, 1938, were started on test June 5, and were 6 months old when the test closed Septem- ber 5. These pigs consumed 382 pounds of total feed per 100 pounds of gain, and ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

« • * 9 « • « t « © • « e ' « i • i «< • ■$ 4 * o « •> « * } * ' ® i G * t • * 1 O I ff •' 1 • MbMBBB i*s,itaii . ...«? -: SWEETWATER KEPOHYEft, flUfSEl WATER, TEXAS rilpWM PAGE "Just want to thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! 1 "Very reason- able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's (he 'spot' for lis from now on." ft h, Too/ The M Advice Ever Offered, i( yon are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and TiOtNa' Fun It's All at— TI1E TAVERN Across From the Airport MOKE SWEETWATER CITIZENS Than at any time in twenty-six years are now taking Grogtin Mineral Baths. Only proven apparatus will lie l'oiin<l at. our place. We offer free diagnosis without asking a single question. GROfiAX WELLS SANATORIUM Dial 2012 ! ARE YOUR S P R I N <i 8 SQUEAKING? \\ * We've got the ' [ lu-sl spring lini- ment here, you ever saw. Quiets the squeaks in a jiffy. Koolmolor Gas! BOIT PITTMAN'S STATION ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

, — Reports to the -of Texas bureau of research from the _ Pine association show . weekly production of during August to have rl 9.5 per cent over July t to have declined 3.3 per cent August last year. Average rly shipments were down 10 per cent from July but 2.4 per cent above August, 1937, While stocks on hand August 31 Were down 9.5 per cent and 6.2 per cent from the corresponding dates the month before and a year ago. Too Late To Classify FOR SALE: Good second hand piano. $07.50. Quast Music ' Store. FOR RENT: Newly decorated 5 room house at 809 Silas St., $40. Key at 900 Silas. H [" •/ I CARI> OK THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their many expressions of kindness and sympathy to us during our re- cent bereavement: also for the beautiful flowers. R. L. Barnwell, Mrs. R. H. Christopher and family. ipment off Livestock Drops AUSTIN — Forwardings of livestock from Texas to Fort Worth stockyard and inter- state points during August were substantially below th...

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