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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

mw. ... ... - *^2 ;#;■ ■M: , JWIXTf ATEkwFOITER, SVCETf AT19, IRAS ' ■ •-' 0 J# !* M © • • •I • ) • ; # P 1 -• • I poo 0 lap* ™. # {I ' • • ># • 11 id f. as )re ul i.st 1 • n # * Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c IOMB 8 p e clalizlng In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted A. Milk .. 96 Paradise Ice Crean _ ell Hotel) HAIR CUT 23c To insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOl 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan Registered Optometrist* Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS REPAIR LOANS 5% F. H. A. • Made on Your Income And Credit Record • Open Note • 3 Years to Repay • 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 W. 3rd Dial 2701 • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

■ ■llllMM lllj'lMl .!.'•;ii':,;iiipi, ',!.. ■pur* lor Power be to Be at Session ree , Customers to Mile 100 Miles of Line Needed For Project t ; fcOBY—Members of the com- jjttte appointed to guide Fish- & county's drive for a Rural Blectrification Administration project have been called into Bpecia) meeting at 2 o'clock Mon- clgy afternoon, June 27, in the ©ourthouse at Roby to map definite plans for the campaign. ...At this conference a tenta- tive route will be mapped, and arrangements made to conduct an intensive drive to get pro- spective customers signed In the project to gain 100 miles of line, with three customers to'the mile. Committee Named Those named on the commit- ter following a county-wide Mrs. Rice In Charge Of Society Program Mrs. Hattie Rice is to direct the regular session of the Wom- en's Missionary society of the Church of God Thursday after- noon. A special program is being arranged. meeting June 11 are C. Little- page, Hobbs, chairman; Sterling Willingham, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

I 111 Id |h- ps pg ITS In Id |n- lie P,- lid ko fce- |?r- ?t. t • n nt ;vS*"t w & GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS ' :v-:,vj';vw . * . t 11M; >> ., V'::> .■- I •:, IIP^ ■* SECTION II SECTION II ?e'$w$Wi mmmmmmmm' jSJJ GENERALN AND EDITORIALS i VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1938 NUMBER 71 .1. President Calls For Purge Of Political Conservatives • i • • I • • 1 • Depression Blame Placed on Labor, Business, Gov't. Praises Wages-Hours Bill, Criticizes Pri- vate Enterprise WASHINGTON — (UP) — (HFR) — President Roosevelt Friday night in a fireside chat to the nation, called for a purge of political conservatives in the November election, sharply at- tacked business reactionaries, and placed the blame for the current depression squarely on mistakes made by labor, indus- trial and government leaders. He described his ill-fated leg- islation to enlarge the supreme court as "a lost battle which won a war." As a result of his campaign, he said, the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

■ ;> * . : JUNE 94, 1938] *•' m 1 ■ _•_■ 4| ' 20% OakStreet 1M Genuine Aspirins Uc 50c I pans Tooth Piito 28c 50c Golden Peacock Bleach Cream 29c $1.00 Lavores Mouth Wash 79c 25c Ex Lax 16c 60c Mar-o-Oil Shampoo 39c 50c Hinds Cream 37c $1.00 Mercalized Wax 79c 55c Pond's Cream 39c 50c Puretest Aspirins 39c 50c Luxor Face Powder 39c 1 Pound Absorbent Cotton 39c $1.25 Peruna Tonic 89c 60c Murene Eye Water 38c l"x5 yds. Adhesive Tape 17c We fill any doctor's prescription exact- lyas written. Who Said You Can't afford A Clean Shirt Every Morning?, It certainly is worth a dime a day to put on a fresh shirt every morn- ing during broil linn sum- mer weather. A clean shirt makes you feel like a new man and look like one! PHONE 624 NOW We do Ihem any way you like them; all starcht, semi-starched or soft. First Shirt 15c All Additional 10c Sweetwater, Mrs. Inez Reynolds SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Phon 621 Phon 624 SHOT' PENNEY'S FOR VALUES! Special, Monday 9 a. m, ONLY SO SHEETS 81x90, unblea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

ip n SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 193* 8WEETWATEB REPOETEB, 8VEETVATE8, JEXA3 IALS FOR MONDAY Childrens Swim Suits Roomy little suits for the totts to play or swim in. Many gay colors to chose from in either trunk style or suits with strapp lops. Give the children plenty of sunshine and freedom. Actual 39c Values Monday 21c Only Ladies Slacks First quality ladies slacks in white brown or blue made in distinctive stiles. For ladies who want to feel free and comfortable outdoors. By now at Sears and save! Actual Otic Values Monday 63C Pr Only bJCK AND CO. Phone 611 Sweetwater, Texas Shop At Sears And Save Monday Specials! Gulf Vmmhb FLY SPRAY Reg. 29c Pint 16c ' PAPER BASKETS . 9c / KLEAN-O FLOOR MOP Pint Can POLISHING WAX Both 49c 17 oz. HEAVY / GOBLETTS each B-B SHOT )C box MINNOE BUCKETS 59c Sweetwater, Mr. J. W. Shaddlx Nolan Furniture 6c Hardware Company! SECTION II—PACE H. T. Marshall Pecan and Third HOT WEATHER SPECIALS BATHING CAPS 10c 25c 39c THERMOS JUGS Full Gallon Insullated 139 ALADD...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

Amd they tmote him on the head tvith a reed, mddUtpit upon him, and bowing their kneet wor- Mped him.—Mark 1S;19. ( , Humility m the root, mother, nurse, founda- tion, and bond of all virtue.—Chrysoslom. COOPERATIVE SPIRIT BEHIND WATER CARNIVAL The splendid cooperative spirit being shown in con- nection with Sweetwater's water carnival promises to make the forthcoming' event one of the outstanding to be held in the state this year. Much praise is due the young women who enter the bathing beauty' competi- tion for it is through their willing services that the affair becomes one of annual pageantry. Also to be commended is the same spirit which prevails among the cities of West Texas in the "Goddess of West Tex- as" competition. Sweetwater gains widespread publicity by stag- ing its water fete. Each year people are becoming more outdoor-minded and their tendency is to seek out the spots where facilities have been provided for their entertainment. The water carnival cen- ters attention...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

./ ft COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SJNDAY, JUNF. 26, 1938 I U4 in . I % s 4 f jf a- c-1 Ot m| it* 'S. of 0-# IS- I il f Edgar Rice Burroughs the c;prp"H ■n,-.,;hu,vi . UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. FORBIDDEN EMPIRE INTO STRANGE TOWN TARTAN m LED, "THROUGH MYSTERIOUS JTREETS TO THE PRCVIKCIAL PALACE OF THE WEROR. THE APE-MANLf CAPTOR! FELL UPON "TNElR KNEES' IN OBELSANCE TO THE AUGUST" ONE THEN THE CAPTAIN RAISED HIS JW0RD TO CLEAVE THE 5TRANGER WHO REFUSED HOMAGE TO THE ILLUSTRIOUS ONE. NOW THE GUARDS RELATE HOW TAPXANHAO CROffED THE BARRIER OF BEASTS TO ENTER THE FORBIDDEN EMPIRE. i there in a vast hall that bore witness to a juperb culture, sat jun tai, monarch andjcholar in maje5tic jplendor.tue emperor lifted his e\e5 in jurprise. never had he ssefn jljch a creature as tarian. \ but tarian remained erect. the mightv lord of the" jungle knelt to no wan. BUT THE EMPEROR WITH AN INDULSENTsSMlLf WAVED THF OFFICER ASIDE AND BECKONED TARZAN TO...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

.,<v ,v 1 " , -, mm mi fijjijiim — BHte a#g tgg MS^ ^ -■ •■ ■■■■..■'.'.■> ■■ USIf * \_OUE\_V EUW\U<b STE?V\EKi .iOST LOO\< KY THKY t^AOOM ^r> P® 8a, IP||K|M||| p| j . f Slafe-iO ^ y.8fe#.; t Mwi y\\\m\M . *A\/ 3>vV^ ■••;. ; •■•>..}•. llnB rm^se as4tsewr*smHiirap«w^mme i®imm6Wi«s8 &MESS \<b £>OOTS ? \T \£>N'T OFTEM TttftT WE YWE: TY\E. VORCY\ f\\_\_ TO OURStVVYtS UVOt TV\Vb SHE fsN>D SOtAE OF THE £>O^CV\ WE.NTC FOR fS WBA.-I CAKVY S*V THAT I them, OU K Ni\6HT U\<E TVM6 OH ,1 GOE.<b«b THKT6 BOOTS UOV/O ITHEX'RE. S*C\< EAR\* p it 1 r.4* ;m^a,<;/■ V\\_0 ,FO\_\<<b -VAJt. HPsO P\ SVOEVl. R\OE. r m m ■km S m m H '§W ii n 1* t y HEA SERVICE. INC GEE. ,\\ VOWb 6UST W0U0ER?0\_ teO\_\_\^6 *\_ON>6 OUT \K> THE Va)\OE. OPE_N> 5 spaced ,*v^< n EROVA ^0\<bE. AUO CROWDS N'^.WTV\\N>6! *1 How Long v Does It TakeTo Milk a Cow ? 1 to IS minutes X BUT IN NO TIME AT ALL, YOU CAN GtT QUICK FOOD-ENERGY FROM DELICIOUS.. . CURTIS* BEC...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

f. f* '. - ' . ~s " ;; ******* t 4* I 4* • • • • • • • • • • • • • 4 • • • VOU WONT FIND WMV IS IT BASV TO QUESTION J THAT, SIR? OUR FIRST SPV SUSPECT, WlNSUOW- £ because the fellow s some sort of asiatic half-caste and doesn't ** on top of that. sir,he's deaf and dumb ! great guns/ mov did me 'manage to rouse your suspicions? well, commander, me was pretending* to be a simple fiswerman but we causmt mim taking soundings in tme navv s restricted waters near sam dieso but tme truth is we haven't found any other evidence to prove OWN "YES, SIR - WHAT HE WAS WEARING NX/HEN WE G OT MIM- HAA-M- THAT S A RATHER LARGE VI20R ON HIS CAP, DON'T VOU THINK 9 ill just prv at ||j|j| tme ria\ With a twin knife blade and see whether — an ! what's this? j II! 1 111 1! an opening between two layers, gentlemen - with a paper inside - i believe tmevll something to BE continued (Copyright. 1938. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc (Trade Mark Reg U 3 Pat Office) oosqno. 123 the latest STYLE in* suicide fleets" b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

- " </.' : - Y '- W:: f" YES, GRAND WIZER-- HOWDY, "\ I'AA IN) A JAM.' VEB. HIGHMESS- YOU SEMT FOR. ME 1 V 8 ■mini*' w. %. w Y'SEE, P"S LIKE THIS - I HAD ALLEY OOP JAILED FOR SOCKIM' ME WITH AM OVER- RIPE MELON — SURE- I KNOW \OU DID - WHAT'S WROMG WITH THAT? WELL - I JUST FOUND Y OUT HE DIDN'T HAVE NUTHIN T'DO WITH IT/ HUH! THEN WHY DON'TCHA TURN 'IM LOOSE AM' FERGIT ABOUT IT? t _ W-.* or mam / ■ '•1 EARLY Mil TORY IN our last article on the lost continent of Mu, mention was made of the magnificent stone ruins to be found on the many widely separated islands in the Pacific. Of these, Easter Island, 2100 miles west of the central coast of South America, is probably the most remarkable for its wealth of material. Easter Island contains more than 500 examples of a great prehistoric ant of an unknown people. While most of these huge stone images are about 16 feet high, the largest towers 70 feet to the top of its great domed hat. Besides these beautifully carved but grotesque .monum...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

I Y v i. 4 * ► f- * t * • « * • • • • • • • i • • • ! "t COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION very nice/ very mice/ but what's th' c3argamtuakj motion of building "that oki a public highway 2 you'll see. , ■ ... K 3 yeh / x ll_ see you in tm' local mu6 i'm comma (set that otto auto 6uv ikj here aud them, SI MOO/ he's at our mercy hurry .. i 5tyo r/7/7Z> \ u njo m atg —(3 16g.a65lt] oeast', you pope; if^ you were building a swimming "pool. it WOULDN't nave a bottom to it i th/mk you got something there chumpsy let's gang up om oh/ my stars amd stripes/ 1 forgot to put *a back oki tme (garage ' J what were you thinking op? designing vvomew^ bath img suits 2 akjd furthermore etc—amd soforth 1 started to put up th' back but x saw 1 wouldn't have enou6h lumber to go around so t- made th'doors first to be sure x could lock h/m /m * oow st you m<j ma m —(j owes t stavh omt/o um6ma nstayh ow o tujt mm Bh 6-2 (si cop*. 1938 by nea service. inc- PUR BOAR...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

What pip youse say? who* this r oh that's cluck LEFR. HE was crazy about drawn' PITTHERS.HE JTfST drawed ALLTHE TIME.TME teachers all saip he was the dumbest kip in SCHOOL.HE SAYS HE'S GONNA BE a CARTOON/ST. ■'fay-*- . •. MfSlltP? her NAME'S QUEEN MAR6RIT FRAN- FREEDA HERMIA ALICIA OF P£M~ BNCHIA.SHE ALWEEZ LIKES HER FRENS VcALL HER MAGGIE. AN' KIN SHE DO THE BIG, APPLE?I1L sky/ ■ ^ ■■■ "pfy,. JOE PALOOKA 1 W.lS Min.iiiuIh inIIimi*. i in*. By HAM FISHER - HAW HAW"LOOK WHO'S WELL HERE'S PITCH IN', LOOIE WHIMFHIMER. ) YOUR CHANCE, I'LL KNOCK %IM OUTA TH' eox- —W'!i wbz \ mmmm M'ACAM AUG M'WltT eijRwiTORir ra t irs YOUR TURN TBAT^f ■ • • | ^ #\ ' ' I mm**- ljl!|||||ip \ ' - s.'. . .. ••• - -i 1 BASE &MI UM1 I BUSTS V# SfHWAMlS _ V £ST SIDE PA.RK % '3> m \wtfr J W. m 'i i.

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

MM ^ • M4 ¥ 1 • • • • • • f | * • 1 • T • tur • i • hello, ol' fella gee, moure a •swell "doc*/ bettee CO home, bo/ go on home/ msSSSi^Sssmi. iii/ffi lookit this poor dog!\ mom. followed me all the n wav from the store. gosh, he must like me. cam i keep r«-v him? OH, I'LL PUT THE "DOG OUT, MOTHER/ AAAV&E WILLIS IS^jj TOO TENDER- \ —7^ ™ hearted j vou certainly can not/ get that dog right of here/ kin i help it if he follows me? i told him several times to go ok) home I WONDER WHAT CAM BE TAKING LILLIAN SO LON)G TO GET RID OF THAT DOG. SHE'S BEEM GOME HALF AN) HOUR/ it's funny fer lil to offer to do sumpln fer, me — it ain't like her. at all' come on... i ll take care of \ou f % GIMME THAT RE W A ED MOKJEV VOU GOT IN YOUR. POCKET&OOK/ I SAW THE SAME LOST DOG AD YOU DID, AND I FOUND THE DOG here she comes now. and i know what kept t 0 DD FACTS ABOUT COFFER COPvaiOHT, nil, v C-P SYNDICATt. ALL RIGHTS MSIMVtO JflHf COFFEE If In the l6th century, when coffee reached Italy, church...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

W' THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS 60R-RK !- QUAC K « DOTMEANS IN BOID LANGVITCHTOH SEE . DER LUFLYSKENERY LIKE TUN ? Q(MCK! PYCHIMLY.' A FELLER CANT TOIN DER BACK AROUND BUT VOT IT6IFFS MONKEY5HINES NINE DAYS A VEEK / DEPOSIT ROOM LOCK € (JOT TO HAFFALL 6ASTED BRAINS FAMBLY £ quack: 60R-RK.1 rrlt S vmm By B. Dirks MAI-MA 166 DER PRIZE CHAMPEEN DUMiER .• LEAFING GOLD FISH AROUND LOOSE MIT SUCH APPETITES IN DER OFFING ! MAWA VUNCE HAD A UNCLE VOT MADE GOLD OUDT OF 60LD FISHES ONLY IT DIDN'T VOIK! !l -UND DOTS DOT PY (SOLLY/ :'K HM-M f BY DER LOOK IT6IFFS 5UMTING IN DENMARK UND ITAINT SVEET SMELLS OF ROSES.' -URRP M o? £>/*'< « HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE © ION NISH, LfATSOy OJHATCPULD (JOB. DC CUITH TEN THOUSAND 5MACKEPS X OBoy! Ten Thousand I DOLLARS IS ALL THAT STANDS between me and the f HANDSOME OHDOto JONES . 'FIDDLESTICKS?—A CONFIRMED OLD BACHELOR LIKE you^ ,STop Kidding •—seriously—did you knou; that the ^commonwealth OF arizona OFFERS that amount for i the gaptuce OF weir. PUBLIC e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 June 1938

IP MB "TV. RO Lending-Spending Program Moves On Total $568,600,000 •f WASHINGTON — (UP)—The^ PWA today approved a series of new projects and brought the total cost of construction under the new recovery program to $568,660,728. Today's allocations included 21 projects on which application had been filed by communities since President Roosevelt sign- et! the lending spending mea- sure. PWA also announced approval of 376 federal projects requiring $46,602,021. New non-federal projects in- cluded: Fort Worth, fish hatching sta< tion, $40,000; San Angelo, fish station, $5,000. New Mexico-Texas Rio Grande project, Elephant Butte power plant, $1,000,000. o Directors Meet To Draft Plans For River Dams To Make Application To PWA For Money to Build Twelve Dams CLYDE MAYOR SAYS 'THANKS' A most hearty apprecia- tion was expressed by John W. Robbins, mayor of Clyde in a letter to the Reporter, for the generous contribu- tions of funds from Sweet- water and surrounding area. <i"The people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 June 1938

MONDAY, JUNE *7, lW# Object Is to Acquaint Public With Program Co6per*Unr Groops to Aid B&PW Club, Sponsors, In Presenting School The development of character and forming of habits of the children enrolled in the WPA day nursery school, under suit- able environment, is to be ob- served by visitors who call dur- ing the organiration's open house to be held Monday through Friday at the old high school building. The school, where 37 child- ren are under supervision, is housed in the southwest wing of the building. Daily routine of the program jfor teaching children desirable habits includes independence, regularity, and neatness. Mrs. I. R. Wallis, supervisor, has said, "It is by climbing sliding, balancing and other muscular activities that a child may enjoy at a nursery school that he learns initiative, self confidence, muscular coordina- tion as well as a regard for the rights of others of his own age." After arrival at 8 o'clock, children are inspected and their clothing change...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 June 1938

■ :-..-... t; ; ,. ^ ?■■ 7 ' -TV tm !$$>; ■Ji. f 5? I * koNDAYj JUNE 27, 1936 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE THREE rs For National Qame July 6 <s+ Yankees Again Vedominate In ill-Star Roster Stellar Performers Of 1937 Game Seen In 1938 Selections •' CHICAGO — (UP) — The ew York Yankees once more nded a champion's share of aces on the American league >ster for the sixth annual all- •lr game against the pick of the ational league at Cincinnati ■lly 6. On the list released by League resident Will Harridge, were Yankees, four each from jston and Detroit, three each om Cleveland and Washing- >n, and one each from the Chi- igo White Sox, Philadelphia id the St. Louis Browns. QThe world champions led in ambers but not in talent. Six itters ranked ahead of Joe Di- [aggio, Yankee center fielder, ur pitchers were as good or tter on their records than New jerk's best, Charley Ruffing, amlliar Names Most of the names familiar to "all-star fans still were there— C Charle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 June 1938

p publics- 9 upon b* publlsberaJ PAGE FOUE REPORTER-Features McH also Sunday mot hursda; R afUrn lornlng t by TOe SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1938 •moon . _ and its * on Thursday by TEe Sweetwater Inc. Entered as second class matter at office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pg TZ i[ E? t\'' Fori mmm envious at the foolish, taken I saw the rosperity of the tricked.—Psalms 73;3. cmfu> Envy is a passion so full of cowardice and shame ■t nsbody ever had the confidence to own it.— Rochester. H&.• A RAINS SHOWER BLESSINGS ON WEST TEXAS The rainfall enjoyed by West Texas as last week came to a close could hardly have been better timed. It was geared to the needs of growing crops almost as though it had been placed on order for delivery at a definite date. Feed crops, cotton and the ranges con- tinue to make West Texas look like a veritable garden. You can hardly put a value on such a rain in just dollars and cents for it goes beyond monetary ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 June 1938

MONDAY, JUNE 27, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS WASH TUBBS AND EASY Bjr Sweetwater** Own Cartoonist • 001 East Third 8tn Sweetwater Bw «t Judge BY ROYSTON HOME MADE thb.ee CLOCK MORNING PM! QUESTION S p e cializlng In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted « Milk .. 0v t y o ON TOP OF TUAX W£ HAS SOUP U S HtOiHT CLUB FOR $1*000. Vanilla Reasonable Rates • .Easy Terms • Signature Only l't. 10c Qt. 20c Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) Wm his inspiration) the girl of h\s pfceams, is carol mcicee. we jhd it all for her wash tusbs has just broken up a gang of RACKETEERS, VIINNING TUE HOfAE TOWN'S GRATITUDE COPR 6-*7 ALLEY OOP \ HAIR CUT 25c To insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARB...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 June 1938

mm - mm w.r ■'.? . *8&i2l%Sm$ iSSr X irap SWEETWATER IRTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, US ing Permits In Sweetwater Knockin g At $100,000-Mark Home For * Cleaners Permit First Baptist Church Adding Sunday School Annex on West Wing Building permits for Sweet- water during 1938 were knock- ing at the $100,000-mark as $4,- 170 was recorded last week. Ex- act total is $98,547. Largest single project is the business building being con- structed at 109 Locust, to be the new home of the Harkins Clean- ers. E. J. Harkins took out a permit for $2,000. Church Addition Second in volume was the $1,750 extension project of the First Baptist church. Work now is underway to add a Sunday school room of brick construc- tion to the church. Other permits contributing to the week's total were: Mrs. M. A. Hopson estate, residence re- pair, 110 El Paso, $30: S, R. Carpenter, residence repair, 504 North Fifth, $30; F. S. Bleck, re- pair of residence at 1105 James, $250; Dr. R. O. Fuqua, 622 La- mar, re...

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