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

K ' -m :■& I — Jj* r (- !i« • U t ' o * (I tl Is In *• J 'i i' 1 Sale of Brew In City Wins By Slim Margin Votes in Precincts Nos. 1 and 2 Decide County- Wide Issue Yesterday The sale of legal beer, con- taining not more than four per cent alcohol by weight, was re- tained in voting precincts Num- bers 1 and 2, which include all of Sweetwater, in yesterday's county-wide local option elec- tion. Legal sale of the beverage was retained by the slim margin of 146, obtained only when the Unofficial results of yester- day's local option election in No- lan county are as follows: For Against Precinct No. Sweetwater 1 Sweetwater 2 Whiteflat 3 Divide . ..4 Bittercreek 5 Hyion . . 6 Decker ... 7 Wastella . 8 Roscoe 9-10 Black well 11 Mul. Can . 12 Maryneal 13 Champion 11 Total Beer 397 793 7 54 133 20 30 1498 Beer 236 361 46 152 24 45 23 19 209 99 9 27 42 1352 two Sweetwater boxes piled up a majority of more than 2 to 1 for the sale of beer. Twelve voting precincts out- side of Sweetwater ...

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

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

SEPTEMBER 30.19S« ? Hi?! Sslra SWEETWATER REPOI SWEETWATER, TEXAS •\ .Insect Damage To Cotton Hastens Completion Of Harvest * ( * CLASSIFIED ADS Automobiles, Lots, Houses and apartments all find a way to the classified. Call 678. > • Q Reporter Classified Advertising Classified ads accepted until noon for publication sane day; until 5 p. m. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Changes and cancellations muat be made by same time. LINK RATE • lines 3 times --'on I lines 0 times (1 week) 91.-0 8 lines 2 tiroes 25 times (1 month) per line _ __fl.OO Rates for more than 3 lines in pioportion. 5 average words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 50c Per 25 times (1 month) $6.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accep ed from patrons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge; in return for this courtesy the advertiser is espeeted to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one^ inser- tion, but cancelled before expiration date, are char...

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

Oil Belt Teams Have Busy Card This Week-End Two Conference Clashes At 3:30 This Afternoon In Eastern Half Sector Oil Belt grid delegations hav 1 busy slates this week-end, as four teams take on outside dis- trict competition and two con- ference tilts are played today in the eastern sector of the re- gion. Sweetwater and Abilene have open dates this week, but are preparing for their first confer- ence clash with each other at Abilene next Friday, October 7. Big Spring is engaging El Pa- so's Austin high eleven at El Paso today, and San Angelo is at home to the Thomas Jefferson, San Antonio, grid delegation. In the eastern sector, Ranger meets Eastland and Cisco en- gages Stephenville in conference engagements. Both games are called at 3:30. Cisco is the es- tablished favorite with the Odell and Marcell Harrison twins back in the lineup. They were returned to eligibility by the district dads last Saturday. Abllene's "imports" were still voted ineligible. Brecken ridge dropped last ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 September 1938

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1933 SWEETWATER REPORTE&, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FtVfe 1 Bright & Early 2 lb. Fresh Salted Box 10c SUPER SUDS BOTH CAN! IMPERIAI BIG BEN LAUNDRY 25 SUGAR (i liars 10 45c MAXWELL HOUSE TEA '■1>ound I LH Glass FREE lbs 22 Crackers No. 2Vi can la Heavy Syrup, per can Tomat oes 4 NO. 2 CANS pi 5 Strand i mM BORDAN'S ROSE SMALL CAN English Peas Drv Soaked m 7 4 c°ns 1 Spinach jsp? CARLOAD SALT SALE 58 xr sail 47c 58 litu"""!ur silt itt s can No. 10 Gal. Grapefruit JUICE - - No. 10 Gal. Tomato 100 Lb. © Slack & & Lb. Table $ 1© 'u,., salt salt c 48c 1 LIMIT All Brands Fresh 5c Bars Candy - < Causa \ Soap 3 f0r 1oc N,„. 2H can SPINACH 5c limit Per Bar FREE! us Ribbon Cane SYRUP \o. 10 Gal. Fresh No. 10 Gal. Can n Primrose ** 5 "1 Oc DP S *• c :• s ♦ I .j iSai P, Lb- % Tabic Red Pitted 2 NO. 2 CANS 13c pr. he1hz rice flakes With Purchase of 14 OZ. BOTTLE P 1 HEINZ catsup U * 13c pk. heinz Rice Flakes with pur- chase of . 24 s heinz \j (cucumber w ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 September 1938

■ton, Guest 0. B. Eidsons Mr. and Mrs. Adrain of Loraine Visitors in Bittercreek Community By Mr*. Bill Boyd BITTERCREEK — Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Eidson had as their weekend guest, Mrs. Bet tie Hobbs of Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Adrain of Loraine spent Sunday visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Swann and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Swann. Mr. and Mrs. Calij Montgom- ery were guests this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyd in Plumcreek. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sales of Sweetwater spent Tuesday even- ing in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boyd Mr. antl Mrs. P. M. Hutchins were hosts Sunday to Mr. and Divide IMS in Recent Meeting DIVIDE — The Women's Mis- sionary society of Divide met Tuesday with Mrs. J. B. West- erfield, president, in charge. Mrs. Ross Artman gave the devotional. The mission study "Planting the Gospel in Mexico", was led by Mrs. H. D. Norris. Others on the program were Mmes. Sally Corley, Fred Slat- er, G. A. Sifford, Miss Kathleen Rogers. Eight members ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 September 1938

1 m* HL b ■ i J, i-M ♦ mi Sjfei § • # . 1 lews ring [RS. lay I-6UNNIN-1 EST oky" other on" Serial) Girl" MEWS 4ND mTOEIALS SpfC / ■ ■ ■ >>X 'f,® •7T. ;•■?-•-• - '• * ■' '.. J V-' lyjf- *& *'•'?{'j' A ■ :->} • ■ . a* SECTION SECTION II GENERAL NEW$ AND EDITORIALS VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1938 NUMBER 146 1;.- * M U. S. Notified Of Czechs Willingness To Settle Dispute Texas Electric Service Company Improves Service To Sweetwater faggp i|j Ready to Cede German Populated Sudeten Area If Negotiations Still Fail, Suggest FDR Be Named As Arbitrator Copyright by L'P WASHINGTON — (UP) — Czechoslovak officials said that their government has sent a note to the United States ex- pressing readiness to cede to Germany that part of its terri- tory inhabited by more than 50 per cent of Germans but has suggested that if negotiations still fail that the issue be pre- sented to President Roosevelt for arbitration. The Czech suggestion was in event of negotiations ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 September 1938

I ■ ' aWei^WAT1" ® SfTCTATEBt TEXAS for New Power ion labor k- My Two of Top Flight Nowdeolera Invited to Aft* At Coowitioo HOUSTON — (UP) — Grow- ing hostility of the American Jf^deration of Labor toward the new deal was displayed anew today, with official disclosure that none of the administration's <bigwig labor executives had been invited to speak at the federa- tion's annual convention begin- ning here on October 3. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and J. Warren Madden, chairman of the National Labor Relations board, were ignored, it was disclosed. An invitation was extended to President Roosevelt who will not be able to appear but will send greetings to the con- vention. Vice President John N. Garner also was invited but he is not expected to attend. Vwo Art* Invited U. S. Housing Administrator Nathan Straus and Chairman A. J. Altmeyer of the Social Securi- ty board, were the only two top- flight new dealers on the speak- er's list compiled by Federation President William...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 September 1938

m SF 5 SC5MH*EKr •v3w^«MfflK^^Ea^Kgi H5! ■§ mfcrf '.#;vW;^ m ,.. -• # SWEETWATER SWEETWATER* TE*Af ing Values in Fine j, we expect to meet many new neighbors arid make many new friends because we know we have everything women want in a |ualfty foods, uniformly low price and the kind of service that makes shopping a pleasant interlude each day! rrocery Prices in Effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday ii, Ftee GAR d pound Cloth Bag on«ra PURE IVORY S0 FLAKES VORY FLAKES full-o-gold Pinto Beans Cocktail Pound |Bag| 2 limit GARTH BREAKFAST 1214c Tall Can 10 FIGS 39c 49c Half Gallon Tcxsun Brand Grapefruit Juice No. 2 Can 7i 25c 46 oz. Can 19 Lodi Tokay GRAPES Fancy 138 Size .Jonathan 4ic APPLES Doz. 25 Fresh New Crop Texas NECTARINES 10c ORANGES 25c V/2C Red Delicious APPLES Large Bartletf PEARS Fresh PRUNES Black Rihier 29c GRAPES They are Different. . lb., Large Size 29c LEMONS 15c Seedless 15c GRAPES iVzc Firm Green Leaf CABBAGE - "> 24 Medium Size Green CUCUMBERS 7 2C New C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 September 1938

• i,J2L«t+r PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TESAfl FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1938 V HtmI me, O Lord, and I iMI te healed; $ave MM, ami I ikatt fce tared; for thou art my praise. —Jeremiah I7;I4. All true zeal for God is a' zeal also for love, mercy, and goodness.—R. E. Thompson. PITTMAN WOULD TRADE COTTON FOR SILVER Senator Key Pittman's proposal to trade cotton for silver has merit. Since this country is buying1 millions of ounces of silver under its treasury program for which it issues currency and bonds, why not exchange cotton for silver and pay for the cotton with silver cer- tificates? There may be loop holes in the plan but we can think of many things that have been done during the past few years that have had a greater departure from sound economics. It is evident that our overseas cotton market is greatly reduced, partly no doubt because we have tampered with silver which is basic coinage of the Orient. Here seems the basis for letting our silver purchasing program do a double job. Cotto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

i FASCIST it WW " n « " " " n " * " « « « « « Insurgent Air Squadrons Rain Bombs On Barcelona Civilian Throngs In City Streets * Are Plane Targets New Year Celebrants Hit; Casualties May Reach High Figure BARCELONA — (UP) — Two squadrons of insurgent air- planes Saturday launched a se- ries of raids on Barcelona, drop- ping heavy loads of explosives over the densely populated cen- tral district for the first time. The first raid was at 7 p. m. but an hour later the insurgent planes repeated their perform- ance while officials attempted to check on casualties of the first attack. The death toll may reach a high figure. Crowds were caught in the streets as they were going home to celebrate the new year in whatever fashion was possible under wartime conditions. Happy New Year To West Texas The Sweetwater Re- porter joins its employes and Sweetwater merch- ants in wishing all of West Texas a happy and prosperous New Year. Statisticians and busi- ness experts point to 1939 as a banner ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

Wmg&m SWEETWATER It, SWfctrTWATEtt, TEXAS SUNDAY, JANUARY I, run h;* Texas Christian 8 to 5 Favorite Over Carnegie St. Mary's To Practice Today While Texas Tech Players Go To Church 1IY UNITED PRESS Ten football teams tapered off training today for the five bowl games that will be play- ed Monday. St. Mary's galloping Gaels ar- rived in Dallas for the Cotton Bowl game and immediately were put through the first of two strenuous workouts plan- ned for them in Texas. Coach Madigan ordered anoth- er drill Sunday while Coach Cawthon of Texas Tech, St. Mary's opponent, said he would take his boys to church instead of letting them play football on Sunday. Duke's Blue Devils and South- ern California's Trojans both worked out in the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, where they will play for §100,000 in cash before 90,- 000 persons Monday. Duke's chances were hurt by tin- failure of center Dan Hill i-o recover from a back injury of a week ago. It was reported lie still has to use his arms to rise f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, ,1939 m ^ATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • O ree Hostesses Entertain 150 At New Year's Recepti I Wife Of- New Baptist Minister Honor Quest Pealing a Happy New Year's greeting to more than 150 ma- trons and ringing a welcome to Mrs. J. M. Sibley, honor guest and wife of the minister of the First Baptist church, clusters of golden bells marked the elabor- ate decorations and golden theme chosen by the triple hos- tesses, Mrs. C. R. Simmons, Mrs. L. D. Terry and Mrs. Z. C. Steak- ley to grace the lower floor of the Simmons home, (ill James, Friday afternoon as they receiv- ed from 3 until 5 o'clock. Originality was combined with beauty in the golden background for the smartly gowned house- party of 24 assisting in welcom- ing the guests. A profusion of gilded ivy with long graceful sprays extending across the mantles of the two fireplaces, window ledges, and arches in doorways was combined with clusters of the golden bells. Long stemmed roses of a golden hue, tall B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

. If Kayaer lamas - Gowns 149^^5 Kayser tuckstitch, long and short sleeves, assorted sizes and colors. t, , n"ii'"i ii- ONLY $1.95 Vanity Fair ► m FIRST PRIZE Silks - Cottons Short Lengths Mrs. Kufus Arp, Sweetwater I (Losocr tessroad rifa cscuhitkt) FOLKS, IT'S HERE PENNEY'S ANNUAL JANUARY White Goods AT NEW CAN'T LAST LOW PRICES Watch for our big <i page circular! White goods ;>t ''en- ney's reach an all tint - low! Business conditions over the nation til**1 improving—so i>c smart. Buy NOW use our IiAV AWAV DKI'AItT.M EXT if you desire — but TAKE ADVA \TA(.M of the prices on PENXEY'S WHITE GOODS .NOW! Opening Feature! 17"x30" Opening Feature Men's Large White ^£H€HIEFS TOWELS Sot't White Cambric Colored stripe centers! Whin Hemstitched! with stripe borders! While They Last 6 each 7 Cjoy 15® PENNEY'S /(GiDorvmni Redesi Treuefas Grale) aaxaaenraEaDaz: Boys And Gifts Bikes Reconditioned BIcyeles And Up Monday Only jPPi^Pli' ^ero they are for Monday only. V§T A- fine selectio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

' •:< i PAGE FIVE WarnSiSVWtfm^ ' iUty All You Need NOW PAY LATER • • a/-, - ••• X " Sy.-g?.. '. 'u 1 -V * £i;' 'W -• pp 1939 wJPfm M REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS « in SECOND PRIZE Theatre Tickets 'Directions ments on these pages are a number of e scrambled words and unscramble them to itl giftertaining* and yet remunerative. 3cr of scrambled words, according to the >rter, and presenting* the list with a sales Special before 7 p. m. Monday at the Re- 3 of $2.50. The person finding the second the rules pertaining to the first prize will the Texas or Ritz theatres. In case of a tie j§ent*ies will be accepted up to 7 p. m. Mon- 0 be made Wednesday. 1 Tickets T© Anyone years On This Pag© ie winners in the Scrambled Word contest, a free theatre ii^re w^l be given to (hose whose names appear in a Monday Last Week's y Shoppers Parade '-•"A-srus. cot rca EVERY WO MAW |§g WHO HAS EVER KNOWN P§ IKE JOYOUS AGONY Frf •'JW m *¥3 JOAN CRAWFORD L MARGARET SULLAVAN k ROBERT YOUNG § MELVYN DOUG...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

g^p>§ ipp& sag each afternoon « morning and Its w features SUNDAY, JANUARY I, 1939 unSLy^by lie Sweetwater nterea as second daaa SWEETWATER, TEXAS, PAGE SIX also Si on ThL Inc. En'mw ■ ■« . • • *.•—— —' office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, ___ George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. Nmyi imt, except ye repent, ye haU perith.—Luke 13 }3. eannot repent too soon, because you do iw how soon it may be too late.—Fuller. —.—o- S«5 BRAND N|5W DAYS Hfci ADY TO SERVE EVERYONE Well, here we go into a New Year. Three hundred iixty-five brand new days lie before us and not a used *gLa jn tfce lot. If something new is what we want, we have it today. A new year, new days stretching for- med in an almost unending prospect. They are just a* bright and shiny as we may wish to make them. If we have a mind to make them so, they will gleam with brightness and happiness. These S65 days can he the best ever for everybody for they represent just 305 opportunities. There is still time for those goo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

IfS ■ ' • ' v * ' ,/ <DAY, JANUARY I, ,*$39 your BEST FRIEND, Grogan Mineral Baths, experienced doctors. Complete electrical department makes the difference. GROGAN WELLS SANATORIUM In Sweetwater 26 Years Dial 24112 CORSAQES CUT FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION Sweetwater Floral Co. PHONE 2621 FREE DELIVERY Is i/our nesi PROTECTION - ton Williams General Insurance Aulo Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 r N0 \> /MONEY D0WN\ EASY kTERMS DR. ALICE E. WIIjMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath, Massage, Diet an*l Electro-Therapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 007 Eiin — Phone 519 Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. I'. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Tirestone AUTO HEATER HARTSHAtfES BROS. Dr. C.H. Elliott CHIROPRACTOR & NATUROPATH Spinal adjustments, Diet, Massage and Electro-Therapy THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH Texas Bank Bldg. Res. Ph. 2754. Of. Ph. 2001 INSURE With The Best "Best Protection at Low Cost" SWEETWATER LOCAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSN. Sweetwater, Texas 220 W. Bdwy. P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

X i; IP vr mpr;. \c ■>*$'■" i ;v ■:•• • • ■•' •—-— t' v' . ".•!'.' \r l fiUSESif •".•RIE^ *•. *K '1 1131 KS$; 'i T'i;' "i.in • 'r i'"n'ii <11 j^pp SraVggsnj SUNDAY, JANUARY I, ■Vr Term Opening Monday W: "6 ■ Attorney Kills Self On of Lapsing of $15,000 Policy ANGELES — (UP) Furman, 52-year-old attor- who was penniless and in Bhot himself to death to the financial future of his : Wife and son secure. * > ( Furman had $15,000 worth of insurance which would have lap- awl today. He wrote notes to his wife and son telling them how much he loved them before he put a bullet in his brain. $2S0 Bond Posted On Accident Charge Ray Bush waived examining trial in Justice court Saturday morning and was granted bond of $250 by Judge S. H. Shook, charged with failure to stop and render aid when colliding with an automobile. Re completed bond Saturday afternoon. The word "alphabet" comes from the Greek letter A, or alpha and the Greek letter B, or beta. Seismograph Crew Moves To Seymour THR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

n GOMIC SECTION Sweetwater Reporter Sweetwater, texas COMIC SECTION 4od-t-l-39 SUNDAY. JANUARY I. 1939 by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr E(1(«r Kitr B"f">npli\ Inf - Tm P.* U S Ofl Pr.Ml-t.d bv ►' ■ mn' • ItO'ikv . •• Pl«*t lii In0u"1 by UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. TARZAN'J EN£ o ') « TO PROVE MIS FEARLESSNESS TO 06LUT, TAR7AN JWUNG |fe DOWN BEFORE "IHE .STARTLED m E\ES Of TME JTRAN6ER5. BUT mm. AFTER WIS DARING LOOKING DOWN ON THIS TRICKERY, TARIAN CONCEIVED A COLD DISLIKE FOR MAR5ADA. BUT INSTEAD Of JW0WIN6 INTERE5T IN THE TRINKET HIS E1E5 CAME TO REST ON THE BEAUTIFUL LINDA FARK. Vy ALREADY HE WAS COUNTING THE CAPTURING A SPECIMEN HOUTED MM! HIM m \ & it W K i 'LL COAX DOWN HE HURRIED AND m —MIRRORS ANDTRlHKEiS CALCULATED TO LURE THE® CREATURE INTO HIS TRAP $ HE RESOLVED TO CONfOUNQ HIRASJ, AND ANNOV THIS EVIL INVADER Of WS JUNGLE DOMAIN JO HE DROPPED DOWN TO A UDWBRMCH, TEASIN6W NEAR TO MARSADA. '«f, 't"s' ' V, ' I iaaw. iHi UOtSAFZTH \ A STRANGE FEELING CAME OVER THE GIRL....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

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