Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 223, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 28, 1944 Page: 5 of 9
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COLE BROS. CIRCUS OCT. 5
Five Electors In
BATON' ROUGE. La. — (UP) I
—Five of Louisiana's president-
ial electors have resigned rather j
than sign pledges that they wii! j
support the national party nom.-'
The democratic state central j
committee yesterday gave the i
electors ten days in which to
sign the pledges or resign.
Other electors say. they want
to confer with friends and thin-;
things over before taking defi-
The state committee will meei
on October 7th to name new elec-
tors to replace any who refust
to sign the pledge.
Mrs. Lovelle Wilson, of Cole-
man. spent Wednesday in Sweet-
water shopping and visiting
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Vera Lois Katzung has re-
turned to her home in Los Ange-
les. Calif., after spending two
weeks here visiting her mother,
Mrs. L. .1. Mashburn and Mr.
AMERICA'S FAVORITE SHOW
Allied Soldiers Save
Castle From Peasants
ROME —(UP i — Allied sol-
diers prevented the looting ot
an Italian castle north of Romj
recently when it was charged
by several thousand shouting
The peasants staged their at-
task after stewards of the eastlr-
refused to hand over buildings,
animals and farm machinery to
unemployed factory worker-
After the intervention by six
Allied sodliers, they settled on
the estate as sharecroppers.
The group was organized by
the communist-controlled pea,
LONDON' —CUP I — An Am-
erican congressman just back
from a tour of the battlefield
in France says United State-
fighting forces are winning th •
war through the finest type
Representative Karl Mundt or
South Dakota says: "American
fighting men from GI Joe right
up to General Ike are winning
with highly developed techniqu'
and remarkable co-operation."
Mundt. about to return to thi-
country from London, says fut-
ure world peace depends upon u
closer understanding among th
<;ET VOIR Football
Tickets Iffforr Friday
any .Inyepp member
(lOOdyear Service Ktorf
IT'S NEW THIS YEAR
WITH MYRIADS OF UNPRECEDENTED
AMAZING FEATURES NEW TO AMERICA
INCLUDING THE MAGNIFICENT NEW
The Cos tie of Taj MAHAL
with HUNDREDS o!_PEOPLE_end_ANIMALS j
MORE "PEOPLE — MORE ACTS
HORSES—MORE OF EVERY-
THINGTHAN EVER BEFORE
THE ORIGINAL '
FAMILY Of Eqveitrlani
Gr«qt>st of All Riding Actt
Th* World Renowned
Indigo - Glw*
TIGHT WIRE STAR
GIGANTIC RAILROAD SHOW
THE WORLD'S FOREMOST RIDERS FROM
THE HORSE SHOWS OF ALL NATIONS
IN AN EXHIBITION UNPARALLED
COUNTLESS FEATURES - 3S~0 Annie
Stars - 50 Clowns — 3 Herd Elephants —
250 Horset and Peniet — HUGE
MENAGERIE with hundreds of Wild BmsIs
Afternoon at 3 o'clock and
Night at 8 o'clock Dcily
ill view of Ui UPI<C<4<I1M Mat de-
mand fcr this year's circnft (and U:«
number of Mats rtot\2.ted to buynra •>.*
«'ar 3on<£>) circus patrana are f
-*cmre if. a#- ■
I'iekets (Reserved and .Ad-
nis.' ion) on sale show day at
I'X'WiA i r:i <; stoke, i os-
•lier Building, Sweet water.
Make This Barcel Recipe
To Lose Ungainly Fat
If you are overweight, perhaps due
to over-indulgence in food and not
<ju«j to any glandular disturbance,
%hy not try this inexpensive home
recipe to help bring back alluring
eurves and graceful slenderness.
Here is a recipe that can be used in-
expensively at home. Justgetfrom
your druggist 4 ozs. of liquid BARCEL
CONCENTRATE. Add enough grapefruit
juice to make a pint. Then just take 2
tablespoonsful twice a day. Wonder-
ful results may be obt-v'ned quickly.
Now you may slim down your fig-
ure and lose pounds of ugly fat with-
out back breaking exercise or star-
vation diet. It's easy to make and
easy to take and pleasant. Contains
nothing harmful. If the very first
bottle doesn't show you the simple,
easy way to lose bulky weight and
help regain slender, more graceful
curves, return the empty bottle and
get your money back.
WE MOVE DEAD ANIMALS
Horses, Cattle, Etc. From Your Premit**
No Charge To You
SWEETWATER RENDERING ~**MPANY
Skinny Pace, Owner
PHONE COLLECT 2013
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Attractive Fabric old
a Smart Stylet
a Block and Colors
ou'll find many lovely stylo from which to
choose including envelope and top-handle bags
that ar« nicely fitted and detailed. Block and
colors to complement your tall costumos.
We Cash Payroll Checks
SOON! YOUlT GREATER SEARS STORE
We have been making many changes and improvements during the past two
weeks. Departments have been moved; isles widened and room created lor new
The Paint and Wall Paper Department has been moved to our Farm Store on the
In a few days we will announce the open ing ot our Ladies Ready To Wear Depart-
men!. Watch for it.
Just received a limited supply of
Galvanized Wire Netting
48 inch Wire
60 Inch Wire
COTTON SACKS OILCLOTH
Pretty anklets for
women and c h i I-
dren. Good quality
in new tall colors.
Sears Gale Supports Women's Pants
Especially Suitable for Women with Full
Hips and Thighs!
Slenderizes and Supports
Especially suitable for figures j
with full hips and thighs! It
relieves backache, poor posture
and fatigue! Pre-shrunk rayon
ond cotton cloth. Sixes 26-42.
Easy to Launder
Popular s t y I es in
smooth fitting ray-
on panties. Double
rayon for long,
-.rxes. Thrift price.
s Dress Coats
• Worm Fobrics! Cute Styles!
• Tweeds! Shetlonds! Wool
3,0 6./, $C98
Keep your 'herub warm and weM^dre«ed
in th^se odoroble liffie
^ c«s ond bo.y styles nicely
^ ^ royon velvet trims ond losh pott'"*'-
7"to 16 Girls' Wearables
Boys' Warm, Serviceable Capeskin
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• Plaid Lining
• Button Front
• Adjustable Side Strops ^
8 to 18
No boys' wordrobe is complete
without a jood leother ioeke*.
Such os these sott, pliable
leather with the plaid cotton
tlannel linings. Wall-mod®, ser-
viceable tor schoolweor or
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Brief ond Bond Styles
8 to 14
Smooth trim tlttin9 ponties ot
rurt-reslstina rayon. Tcorosa.
Wash in a jrffy • ■ • needs no
ironins. Monet-savinO value!
Soft, Royon Sotin
8 to 14 I
Little atrls 'ove these soft, silky
,Kp, with the built-up strap.
. flounce bottom. Lovely fta-
rote shodo.. Sears low prica!
oft. Comfortable Corduroy
Boys' Bib Pants
Sites 3 to 6
corduroy in soil-
navy or brown.
Two - potch
Sears Good Qoulity
33 For Boys 6-16
Foncy ond ploi"
p a 11 er n s in
ed saamt and
i ■ im
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Scientifically Fashioned for Growing F#ft!
• Duroblo Leathers
•Goodyear Welt Soles
8 Vi to 3
Sketched art just two of tha many
smart stylos fashioned for a c t i v a,
growing feet! Stylad for comfort and
durability . . . with tha Goodyear
Walt soles that can ba rasped time
attar time. Thrift priced, too!
Just at the height of the picking Large shipment. Many beautiful
season Good duck pick socks. des'9"s in improved type
9 Ft. Length
For All 'Round Utility Wear!
Men's All-Wool Jackets
• Woter-Repellent Wool
• Popular Cossack Styl<*
Ideal tor the man who spends a lot of
time out-of-doors! This warm, woter-re-
pellent jacket of durable, all-wool!
Comes in fancy plaids or solid novy blue.
Plaid Shirts Nobility Hats
Sixes 14Vi to 17
Bright plaids or
checks. Full-cut # '
and well -made. ^
Lomg sleeves. Good
f o r sportsweor or
work. Save at Seors.
• Genuine Fur Felts
Smart styles . . .
. . . ond genuine d?
fur felt fabrics . . .▼
assure you of long-
tion. Low priced.
Gay floral ond fruit prints on dur-
oble, woshoble cotton weoves. Red,
blue, green, or ro&e combinations.
100% Wool Blankets
• 72*84-lneh Singles
• Sold Boudoir Colors
Usual Carrying Charge
Thick, worm blankets waven of 100%
Virgin wool, in luscious colors . . . dusty
rose, blue, green or cedar with matching
3-in. rayon satin binding. Weight' 3Va lbs.
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Sheet Blankets Cotton Blankets.,
on both sides for
70x80-ln. 1 V* lb*.
New long stapla
napped an both
sides. Rosa or bluty
with whita plaids'*
SWIETVMTER. TIXAS Sfin Stern H vo Petted Or Mat
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