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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 June 1938

|20' h Ice, res. i o Ion live of lire :ry ing hy nd ike nd 19 >ne >nt the our „'pK.iv „. " w.-yi > 8£l* PH JOKE 9, i> ' i I il ': '.'"'"I. &•;&* '''%■■ "!= 1®#' W+v'-i wi ■■■ "v {v 1938 ' rtfM SfflSSl M •e5PSW-S?§w SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Ross 8, Covey, superintendent of; 8#tetwnter schools, under- wept an appendicitis operation at 930 . o'clock this morning at th$ Sweetwater hospital. Robert Terrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Terrell, who under- went a tonsillectomy Tuesday, ii reported'doing nicely today. > Mrs. E. L. Bankhead, 311 Can- fil, underwent major surgery this morning. She was given favorable report. Mrs. Emma Allen, mother of Mrs. Roy Thompson is improv- ing from an illness and probably will he moved home this after- noon. John S. Stewart, postal em- ploye, underwent a tonsil opera- tion Tuesday. He was dismissed Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Prim is, improving steadily from an extended illness; Mrs. Weldon Cox was dismissed today; Miss Margie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 June 1938

mm ml • ft: 'V: i '7v.j ...--=v • j,*f ^^jgwe r /,• v* '■ ,®S$P - • ■ L : " '■ --' V.. ".J., • *•'• At'' - l".^*;.'v'.•'' , «■ n .', ■ • , ,•:•• . s*tr# f-" ' ■'■ htertained Cdritest Get Chicken, beans fey kr«. P. B. Knott ROT AN — Alton Parker and flofrce Goodwin were winners in ft five-week attendance contest of th^ Men's Bible class of the Rotatt Baptist church. Losers were John Denton find P. B. Knott. Winners in the contest, in Which foilr group chairman par- ticipated, were entertained with a chicken dinner Tuesday night at the ball park and the losers were served only beans. Besides chicken and beans, pickles, salad, onions, tomatoes, Weite served. Pet£ Reeves, W. F. Taylor and Bill Corhn, made up the enter- tainthent committee. Guy Patter- sort is teacher. After the feed, Howard Dav- idsqtt, state representative, in- troduced the Rev. A. B. Doyle of Alison, who spoke. dtHer officers of the class are tl. L. Davis, president; J. M. Jackson. secret ary t reasu rer; Robert Gray,...

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

t my- M, ^-THURSDAY, JUNE 9,' 1938 Behind the Ears Anybody can wash the sur- face of your car. But that's only the beginning with us. We scrub it clean from bumper to bumper. Pick- up and delivery. Dial 2872. SPECIAL COUPON Expert 1.00 Wash Job .... vJrV Vacuum Clean Free "POP'S IS TOPS" Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized • Washing • Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair (Next to Service Welding Company) WOMEN'S WEAR I Hats ... .1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 & Dine W$ Dance lake inn Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. 0 on Your Income And Credit Record • Open Note • ,'t Years to « No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your home. Jennings Lumber Co. ;t(H> W. 3rd Dial 271)1 Dancing EVERY NIGHT To Music of Charlie Johnson and his Blue Rhythm Swingsters Music that pleases — food that's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 June 1938

«V\ County SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS •v ■ THURSDAY, JUNE 9r 1938 • To Begin Friday Checking For Wheat Allotments, to Determined 'raining Schools - To Be Held; Work to Be ^Completed by End of June CHICAGO — (UP) — Field representatives of the Agricul- tural Adjustment act will begin Friday checking farmer partici- pation in the 1938 AAA program to determine 1939 wheat allot- ments, it was announced today. Claude R. Wickard, regional AAA director, said the "perfor- mince" check will be made in the 10 north central states, and al|o will determine eligibility of farms for wheat loans and for premiums on farms covered by crop insurance. ^Vickard said at a conference of;200 AAA representatives from the states that county training schools would be held next week in which performance supervis- ors and farmer committeemen would be instructed in methods of determining performance. He said the performance check would be completed by June. Second Check In Fall ','A second performan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

Cleared Up By Rangers U. S. ARMY PLANE FALLS. EIGHT ARE KILLED Survives Bullet n Five years after she was shot in the head by a bullet intend- ed for President Roosevelt, .Miss .Margaret Kruis, here with her pet dog, Fluffy, still suffers headaches but holds a position with the Ititiiminous Coal Commission in Washington, I). ('. Actual Drilling Is Underway on Withers Wildcat Deep Test to He Made Three Miles South of City By Ajax Company Rotary equipment on the Ajax Drilling company et al No. 1 J. IT. Withers wildcat in the Hyde block three and a half miles southeast of Sweetwater located in southwest of the southwest of section (ill block 21 T & P sur- vey, has started making hole. in the first day of drilling Thursday progress was slow due to a hard formation after reaming out 110 feet of the pre- viously spudded hole. Interest of oil men is centered on this Nolan county test, in which four major companies are cooperating in an effort to as- certain structures in the area. It w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

REPORTER, SWEETWATER,vTEXAS; ■ ^ s -iRIDAY, JUNE 10, ,1938 VR W VALUES I66LY WI6GLY Y,Jf\W\ Gallon Can Prunes Pure Cane Cloth Bag 10 lbs. Sugar---49C Sliced or Crushed Pineapples 3 cans Extra Choice PEARS--- N0.2M CAN 19 c BETSY ROSS FLOUR 3 ib. Bag 19c 6 ib. Bag 29c 12 ib. Bag 49c 24 lb- Bag 83c [148 ib. Bag $1.49 Your Money Back if Not Satisfied, Plus 10% FRESH FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES Fresh l7ancy tomatoes - - ■ 5c Full of Jtt'ce — ^ lemons -- doz 15c Fresh Extra Large Size IHC Loses To* Second Place Ten Thursday Three Double Plays Aid In Downfall Of Internationals Gulf gained a half game on the idle Magnolia-Medico crew last night by defeating Interna- tional Harvester in a good game, 11 to 5. International started off right "oy scoring a run in the first, only to allow Gulf to score 11 in the second and third to ice away the game. Stevenson pitch- ed capably except for the two bad innings, setting the Gulf crew down with a measly 5 bingles while the International crew collected 9 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

wit: ''V c£' •■' |lY, JIIWE l^ im irrr. SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER TEXAS n Pi ■■■ ■ Ml * m wMM. mmmm PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON SATURDAY AND MONDAY Fresh Oregon Gal. Can (1 Limit) e McTee & Co.. Inc. 1938' The way we whittle prices lends a a touch of magic to your food dollars. They seem to whisk you through our market, stuffing your basket with foods of fiinest quality. You can save on any amounts, and when you buy in family quantities—look how you save. 8000 pounds fancy No. 1 Grade Jacksonville Tomatoes 51b. Basket 23* Green Well Filled 0^^ Blackeyed Peas'Jf® TOMATO WEEK Reg. Price 25c CRACKER- JACKS 2 Limit 5c BOX MATCHES 6 Rosemary 33c Value Grape Juice Kadota HUSKIES UV2C BOX FIGS 2 (1 Limit) Ctn Small Size EGG PLANT Lh. 9c Small Pod White Velvet OKRA Lb. 10c Florida Bell PEPPER 9c Full Quart Tall ■ 19c Cans POST TOASTIES LARGE PKG. JELLO - 3- 14* 39 78 Small Hot PEPPER 15c Extra Large Yellow Dent Roasting Ears Two Ears of This Corn Will Equal Three Ears of ave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

m m corrected udo& be- 'to Attention of the publishers. hp <fcv M.Ii I Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER-Features PAGE FOUR iAmJm Smnctify them through Thy truth; Thy word i* truth.—John 17;17. Truth is the foundation of all knowledge and! the cement of all societies.—Dryden. \ ■ F.B.I. CONTINUES TO LEAD WAY AGAINST CRIME F.B.I. are three letters to conjure with in this coun- try. No one realizes that more than those who have committed crimes that fell to the lot of this organiza- tion for solution. In finding the body of Jimmy Cash, Florida kidnap victim, this arm of law enforcement ; demonstrated its skill. Solution of the crime is cer- tain with the Federal men concentrated in the area near the victim's home. There is no doubt but what J. Edgar Hoover and his staff of men are responsible for keeping down all manner of crime. Were it not for the systematic manner in which they have developed criminology, the country would suffer from gang- dom's murderous rule. For not only h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

rr lo- in fy lie lal |rs iS ck pP |>r, lof |m- lis k'a- rer He 3X- in to" ben Lhe |He to kim jrk tiin- iry al- /ou toy- r?" Heal ■urs- |her, I left 1 the |i be '• '• ' '■'.V : •'"**' - • "iv ' ' , v- < -'V: : Y, JUNE 10, 193a SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS \s Longworth S.S. Well Attended: Program Planned The Rev. Mr. Sheppard Preaches at Baptist # Church Last Sunday By Mm. B. G. Weeing LONGWORTH — One hundred were present at the morning Sunday school in Longworth this week. Attendance is grow- ing each week. Next Sunday the school is to be held at 9:30. Following the school, Mrs. J. P. Davis, teacher of the junior department, is to present a program on children's day. The Rev. D. J. Jackson, Pente- costal minister of Midland, is to speak. He is to bring a guest speaker with him, who is to talk at mid-afternoon. REV. MB. SHEPPARD PREACHES 2 SERMONS The Rev. L. G. Sheppard, Bap- tist minister of Sweetwater, preached at the morning and evening services here last Sun- day....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

W 1 mm ¥f- ICTUS My MM FRIDA1 Co. Federated Clubs James Johnson of Cham- president of the Nolan nty Federation of Women's 'CJuibs, was formally presented with a book of poems which she frop as an award for second prize in the original poetry con- feat of the sixth district, when tyie county federation met at 'Decker with the Home Demon- stration club as host. Mis. L. C. Vinson, secretary of the county federation presented the award to Mrs. Johnson in be- half of Mrs. J. M. F. Gill of Abilene, district poetry chair- man. After a "get acquainted" pro- gram from 11 until 12 o'clock, the group went from the Mt. Olive Baptist church to the state park where a luncheon was ser- ved to approximately 100. Children On Program Children of the Decker school gave readings and songs, after which a clever skit was present- ed by three girls. Miss Ella Pat- ton gave a report of the health work in Nolan county. Miss Viarena Stinson reported on home demonstration club acti- vities and introduced the ...

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

1988 le. hit. ) It's A Lie JCustomer satisfaction is a great thing, but the motorist who has been telling his friends his car is greased once _a year because we do such thorough job is exaggerat- ing. But it's the truth that we do it better! Dial 2872. SPECIAL With This Coupon! Regular $1.00 Grease Job Do It Today .... Broughton Motor Company 1st Door X Blue Bonnet Hotel > Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized • Washing '• Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair (Next to Service Welding * Company) WOMEN'S WEAR Hats 1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. 0 Marie on Your Income And Credit Becord # Open Note « 3 Years to Bepay • No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your home. Jennings Lumber Co. 300 \V. 3rd Dial 2701 • Dancing EVERY NIGHT To Music of Charlie Johnson and his Blue Rhythm Swingsters Music that pleases — ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 June 1938

ffigSP'v..,, ^ -*• ..••■Vflfc ramAV nnuc ' ift i< JmfllMBfi FRIDAY, JUNE 1G, 1W8 | Expected to in Use This 'all, Says Agent 5 113 Already Constructed ■i As Farmers Become In- ■: terested in Dairying t ; ROBY — With a total of 113 trench silos reported previously, indications are that at least 200 virill be in use this fall in Fisher county, says T. H. Roensch, County extension agent. These silos are giving a boost to, and in turn are being boost- ed by, the increased interest in dairy herds in Fisher county. • Herd owners find they provide feed for cattle in years when pas- John Barry Hubbard /« To Be Soloist John Barry Hubbard will be soloist at the First Christian church Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock service. Young Hub- bard who has recently return- ed from University of Texas, Austin, will sing "Calvary" (Rodney). He will be accom- panied on the organ by his mother, Mrs. John Hubbard. econung MARKETS m ■ASKJ lYOUffl GROCER tures fall short, or other feed crops fail to make....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

rmm •ill. i • WM I t b -) i Iria" |dirty I r way I Inad" I fcpe- |ury Call. lose"^ Iken II fail (n a lone®' pui'd his liken to lentil ti" said an- 1onlv route® The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Graham, a bo ut 00, killed instantly in the Clyde tornado Fri- day evening, were found in this wreckage of their home, which was picked up and crashed against the earth abont 100 yards fro in its original site. The stripped apple trees in the background indicate the terrific force of the wind which destroyed everything in its path. Jittery West Texans Keep Wary Eye On Clouds Jittery West Texans, with vivid memories of Friday night's devasting cyclone at Clyde, stood at attention last nighT as splitting lightning beat a tattoo across milling clouds which closed in on Sweetwat- er soon after 10 p. m. Only a heavy shower fell in the city. With reports from Stanton, 85 miles west in Martin county, of high winds which destroy- ed two business houses at 7 o'clock, came unconfirmed rum- ors of storms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

Outhits Opponents But Fail To Score Wilt's Triple With Mates Aboard Sends ; Winners Into Lead Although outhit by Roscoe 9 to 4, Gulf managed to put across more runs than did their oppon- ents to win a close battle from Roscoe 9 to 5 Friday night in the city softball league. The1 game was one of the best played of the seaon, with Fitts of Roscoe and Munday of Gulf hooking up in a sensational pitchers' battle. Munday struck out 9 Roscoe batters while al- See ROSCOE Page 4 . o Battle Rages Over Decision In Bout LOS ANGELES — (UP) — Los Angeles boxing fans still were far from agreement as to who won the 10-round bout be- tween lightweight champion Lou Ambers and Baby Arizmen- di of Tampico, Mex., a thrill- ing encounter which Referee Jack Kennedy called a draw. Ambers' manager, A1 Weil, was angered by what he called a "raw decision." From the Arizmendi camp, however, an opposite claim was forthcoming. The Mexican boxer was disappointed at the verdict and was emphatic in picking the outc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

vj <' (*•' * '$*£<'" ■ :" ' '> ' ' SUNDAY, JUNE 1*, 1938 fafcl Tr.t., ?'■ Ml /$&*?•&>•?•'#* !1 W;*> ■•'•- . SWEETWATER '. . SWEETWATEB, TEXAS jige ■ers >30 bho |nts to af- llulw San a and 6me lee# leed of llass I are laicf* at an . ^ |)cen but |nge- ap- foi) , if; La- , rf; cr; lark O j) Women*a Interest Cluba > Churches VSi lone D. Perry ,f- ■ * Courtesies Extended To Mrs. Lowe And Mrs. McCall Among the attractive "in Jhonor" courtesies for visitors and new residents and one of the largest social affairs of early summer was the tea Friday af- ternoon hostessed by Mrs. Byron C. McCall to introduce Mrs. %iert Lowe, formerly of Abilene, who is moving to Sweetwater to make her hofne, and to compli- ment her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Dudley McCall, who is to leave V300n for her home in Boston, af- *ter having spent the spring months visiting relatives in Sweetwater and Blackwell. The McCall home, (501 East Fourth, was the scene of a J^rilliant assemblage of soci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

a *7 • Hra* L£b:<*> -■-ijii. i I. Favors MMM ABILENE — Financial status ot children should not be a tutor in determining whether Texas old people deserve old ue assistance, said Ernest TOdnlpSon Friday night in open- ing his West Texas campaign for 'governor. Thompson went "all the way" on his statement by pledging .that his influence as governor would be used to have the leg- islature revise the old age as^s lance law. He would have them fetrfke out the phrase referring to the applicant's "ability to bbtain support from other sour- ces" and make the law specifi- cally state that only the appli- cant's need should be consider | "I submit that the true spirit t)f old age assistance, as Tex- aris want it, cannot be carried out under the present law", ^Thompson said. He said the change he sug- gested Would end "inconsisten- cies! and injustices which exist Jhedbuse of the present law. and no needy person shall be forced "upon his or her children who are barely able to support the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

it'.Vl'-. • I A [• • * Id 9 ie2L JR* =?ON IGE latl. > Y etrist = n ?r« •line.' Out It's A Lie Customer satisfaction is a great thing, but the motorist who has been telling his friends his car is greased once a year because we do such a thorough job is exaggerat- ing. But it's the truth that we do it better! Dial 2872. Special with this Coupon Regular $1.00 Grease Job Do It Today . Pop's Is Tops 69c Broughton Motor Company 1st Door X Blue Bonnet Hotel Lee Bums Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized • Washing • Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair (Next to Service Welding Company) WOMEN'S WEAR; Hals 1.00 to 4.05 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 Dine •Dance at 4 ilie LAKE INN 1938 ANNOUNCING Reopening of MRS. THORNTON'S BEAUTY SHOP 201 Hickory All New Equipment Bring This Ad for Complimentary Beauty Work Prices Reduced This Week Mrs. John Thornton "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better . Results" f <yX i Try Cha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

twater residents many of had relatives in Clyde, of the most devastating ado to visit this area in years, late Friday learn- Jwtt.h some relief that most of |their kinsmen escaped unhurt ill the tornado. One local wo- man, however, was not so for- tunate. j Miss Fay Kniffin, employe of ,a local roadside sandwich shop was notified of the death of her brother, Melvin Kniffin, 20. • Mr. and Mrs. O. B. May, whose relatives are long time residents of Clyde and vicinity drove there to find none was injured, .though Mrs. May's brother, O. .G. South, principal of the Clyde 1 school, suffered heavy property ^damage, the roof of his home ;having been blown into splint- ers. The house is three doors from the brick school, which was telescoped and wrecked. May's Relatives Relatives of the May family are Tom' South, a cafe owner, ■Ralph South. insurance sales- man, antj Mrs. J. Z. Martin. Mrs. May's father, C. E. South, and two sisters, Mrs. Joel Griffin and Mrs" Edmund Webb, who live in the out...

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

> H ? GEN1RALNEWS AMD EDITORIALS SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION TT GENERAL AND EDITORIALS Mb NUMBER XLI SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1938 NUMBER GO .Health Unit Continues Intensive War Against Mosquitoes New Sanitarian , Outlines Method To Combat Pests Ordinance Adapted By • City of Sweetwater Lauded By Official By Rita Weaver Mosquito infested areas in • Sweetwater's residential section must go. That is the ultimatum of No- lan county's health authorities, who ask that precautions be 0 marie in each home to prevent a reoccurance of the mosquite sit- uation resulting last year. The most prevalent mosquito in this area of Texas is the Cul- tex, a breed that lives in cess 0 pools, septic tanks, toilet pits, and carries untold disease. These places should be made mosquito proof, which means air tight, ac- cording to Hob Lilly, new Nolan county sanitarian. • Having made a complete sur- vey of outlying pools, drains and lakes, which the city controls...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

..,V v.; - -i" ■'! V~V,- ■• y- tr. , ' V' ::, - 'V: jMriMMMf' *«aa JUlUi 1S9 ' *;rV> r.. i ■- a 1 5c Each Additional Pound It's Economicel— Yes, very much i.so. All flat work is ironed and all wearing apparel returned damp. . . . scien- tific cleaning with our modern equipment in- sures more wear and truer colors in your gar- ments . . . try us next time. SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Bright'Printed "messes* Featuring Mexican Motivs Monday Only Sizes 11 to 17 LARKWOOD and NOLDE & HORST Knee Length Chiffon HOSIERY Full Fashion Monday Only Call 624 Sweetwater, Mr, Bob Withers THE STCfJL TOR ALL THE FAMILY Phon 624 Phon 624 Big Monday Special SOAP SALE! CASHMERE BOUQET 6 bars .. 49^ 12 bars .. 97C WOODBURY'S FACIAL SOAP 6 Bars For Z>C COLGATES' PERFUME SOAP 6 bars .. 29C 12 bars .. 57c JOHNSON'S BABY SOAP 2 bars .2f)C STORK BABY SOAP 5 bars .. Free Delivery Service R K E 5 r- V *=• c v* t> 6V Sweetwater, Mrs. Henry Golf ROGERS', 12 DOZEN STEMMED WATER GLASSES And SHORT-STEMMED • ...

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