Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 276, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 19, 1947 Page: 4 of 6
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Wedneday, Nov. li), 1917. Sweetwater, Texas PAGE FOUR
Published each afternoon except Saturday. Also Sunday morn-
ings by the Sweetwater Reporter, Inc.
Entered as second class matter at postofflce In Sweetwater,
Texas, under act of March 3, 1879.
Elmer Wright . Publisher
Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu-
tation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in
any of The Reporter's publications will be cheerfully corrected
upon being brought to attention of the publisher.
Has District Meet
A district meeting of the Tex-
as State Chiropractic Associa-
tion was held in the Blue Bonnet
H Hotel on Sunday. Members of
District Four were in attend-
A steak supper was served to
43 at 1 p. m. in the El Patio
room of the hotel, and the after-
noon session was held in the
Rose Room of the hotel.
Dr. T. V. Powell of El Reno,
Okla.. lectured to the group and
illustrated his talk with colored
slides on the anatomy and dis-
eases of the human eye.
Others appearing on the pro-
gram were Dr. Joe E. Busby,
Abilene; Dr. Walter Fisher, Tem-
ple, who is president of the state
association: and Dr. George
Grupe, of San Angelo. Dr. C. H.
Elliott was in charge of the local
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THAN THEIR YEARS
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Clinton Anderson won't be pres-
ent tomorrow, the committee has
postponed -its first hearings
from Thursday to Friday. An-
derson will testify then.
According to Taft, other agri-
culture department officials will
be heard Monday. Later the
committee will hear: Marriner
Eccles, Chairman of the Federal
Reserve Board; Treasury Secre-
tary John Snyder; Commerce
Secretary Averell Harriman and
Edwin Nourse, chairman of
the President's Economic Coun-
A labor department report in-
dicates that some food prices
may be leveling off. Not all the
figures are in, but from those
available, the labor department
says retail food prices went
down a little from the middle
of September to the middle of
October. But they had climbed
to a new high the month be-
The department says average
retail food prices went up three-
and-six-tenths per cent between
the middle of August and mid-
Dun and Bradstreet says
wholesale food prices in the
week ending November 18th
soared to the biggest level since
the all-time high reached Sep-
tember 16th. The index for the
week reflected a rise in 13 of the
31 goods in general use. It ad-
vanced to $695, nine cents over
the preceding week and 46
cents more than the same week
one year ago.
Housing experts predict an in-
crease in home construction
next year. But they disagree on
whether it will be large or small.
from common colds
, That Hang On
Creomulsion relieves promptly be-
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, In-
flamed bronchial mucous mem-
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
W HIT AKE R' S
See Santa Claus and
His Reindeer in Action—in
Our Toy Window
THE RUSH FOR HOLIDAY
MERCHANDISE IS ON
See our large assortment of qua-
lity gifts and toys at prices within
your buying range.
YOUR GIFT AND TOY CENTER
By Car Dealers
The new Hudson has been
enthusiastically received by the
Hudson dealers who have pre-
viewed it, reports Buddy Taylor
of Sweetwater Hudson Co., Hud-
son dealer for Sweetwater and
vicinity who returned Saturday
from Ft. Worth, where he at-
tended a closed showing for
"Production of the new Hud-
sons is steadily increasing at
the Hudson Motor Car Com-
pany's plants In Detroit," Taylor
Public showing and announce-
ment ol' this entirely, new auto-
mobile will take place in Sweet-
water and vicinity as soon as all
of Hudson's 3,000 distributors
and dealers have received their
display cars, Taylor states. At
that time the full story of the
new Hudson will be told.
•'The new Hudson was made
possible as the result of recogni-
tion by Hudson engineers of the
fact that, if the American-made
car is to give its owner the
beauty and stability advantages
found in low-built automobiles,
and stirl maintain interior com-
fort and headroom, a wholly
new approach would have to be
devised, tested, proved and put
into mass production," Taylor
The new Hudson, Taylor adds
will be powered by a new Super-
Six engine, the most powerful
six cylinder engine built today,
and an improved Super-Eight
Taylor says because the new
Hudson is so different from any
car ever mass-produced, change-
over problems were greatly mul-
tiplied, but despite this fact only
a few weeks elapsed between the
time the last 1947 model was
built until the first new Hudson
rolled off the final assembly
Roby, Nov ID, (Spl.)— Coun-
ty Supt. C. J. Dalton, Roby, is
reporting the recent receipt of
100 cases of canned tomatoes,
which have been distributed
among the county's seven lunch-
rooms, including the negro
school lunchroom at Sylvester.
About SI,000.00 worth of surplus
government foods have been
received by county lunchrooms
since the start of schools?- ho
Already received this year
have been two shipments of
Irish potatoes, totaling ISO, 100
pound sacks, and 20 cases of
orange juice. Expected soon is
a large shipment of sweet
About five or six thousand
dollars worth of surplus foods
arc received in the county
lunchrooms from government
shipments each year, Dalton
said, which, together with the
on each meal served, keeps the
lunchrooms open, despite rising
liiirsiliiy, November 20, HM7.
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30— Shady Valley Folks -SIRS
— Texas Electric Show
00— Cecil Brown - MBS
13— Morning Musical
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(Hi— Emily Post Quiz . .M its
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'30— Home Tips and Tunes
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;I0— Sweetwater Church of
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:00— Martin Block Show-MBS
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:45— Five Century Mnsic
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•!0— Voice of the Army
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:30— Scarlett Queen - MBS
55— Pitching Horse-shoes
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15— Heal Stories from Real
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00— Sign Off
The Great Dane was developer
originally for wild boar hunting
BUILD FOR STRENGTH j
School For Term
William J. Whittington, elec-
tronic technician's mate third
class, U. S, Navy, is now attend-
ing Advanced Fire Control
School at the Naval Recruiting
William is the son of Mrs. A.
B. Whittington of 1107 Hickory
Moving and Local
201% Oak Street
9-12 and by Appointment
HOWELL IN CHINA
Gene D. Howell, mailman,
second'class, USN, son Of the
Rev. and Mrs. William H, How-
ell of 21H2 South 3rd, Abilene,
has been assigned to the staff of
the Commander, U.S. Naval Port
Facilities, in Shanghai, China,
The Reporter is informed today.
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WAKE UP YOUR
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Bed in the Morning Karin' to Go
The liver should pour out about 2 pint* of
bil« juice into your bowels every day. If thia
bil * is not flowing freely, your food muy not
digest* It may just docay In the bowels, rhon
gas bloats up your stomach. You get con-
stipated. You feel sour, sunk and the world
It takes those mild, gentle Carter's Littlo
l^ivcr 1'ills to not these 2 pints of flow-
ing freely to muke you feel "up and up."
Get u puekuee today. Effective in making
bile flow freely. Ask for Carter's Little Liver
Pilfe, 331 at any drugstore.
Let Us Put Vonr Outboard,
Motor In Tip-Top Condlllon
The Motor Supply
Your Kvinrude Denier
New and Used Outboard
THE MOTOR SUPPL^
209-211 W. Bdwy. — Ph. CIS I
OLSEN & RE3PESS
New & Used Furniture
BEST PRICES PAID FOB
117 Oak St. Phone 3654
While They Last
PHELPS APPLIANCE CO.
'<08 E. Broadway Ph. 2581
To buy, build or re-fln ane«
your home. Commercial loani
and FHA Loans.
H. A. WALKER
Texas Bank Bulldinfl
Perry's New and Used
Pays Highest Prices lor
Yonr Used Furniture
Phone 2386 373 Oak
We are now in ft position to
meet most any demand for
records or albums. See our
selection of children's
117 W. Broadway Ph. 2681
Mr. and Mrs. Sweetwater
AND BE PROUD!
BE PROUD OF YOUR:
Medical Doctors— .
Sweetwater's Medical per-
sonnel and facilities are "Sec-
ond To None" in West Texas.
Together with this proud feel-
ing is the feeling of security
you have by having all these
at your call any time.
Good Health Restored Through Elimination
Rheumatism, high and low blood pressure, constipation,
stomach and bowel conditions, nervousness, headaches and
many other ailments arise in the bowels. Old intestinal de-
bris stays adhered to the colon lining, sometimes for years,
forcing poisons in the blood stream and causing all hinds of
diseases. Let us clean your blood stream with the ACE DL-
TOXINATOR. The most modern colon-therapy instrument.
DR. CHARLES H. ELLIOTT
Is Vice President
Of Texas Tech Club
Calvin L. Carpenter, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Carpenter,
711 E. Ark., Sweetwater, has re-
cently been elected vice presi-
dent' of the newly organized
Agricultural Economics club at
Texas Technological College,
college officinis advise The Re-
Calvin has been intensely in-
terested in diversified farming
since high school days.
"pice . r?
for jour pictorial
review of model homes
and business building. ^
when hum. consult i ncmsts ucinttt'
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For Your *
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Music and Appliances
115 West Third Convenient Terms Phone 733
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The dial tone means "Number, please" and
tells you the equipment is ready for your
call. Dialing before you hear it will give you
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Trained mechanics, plus mod-
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day and night to Rive you ex-
pert mechanical work .on all
types of cars.
Prompt, Courteous Service ut all Times
318 E. Broadway Phone 3114
Sears value-scoops march en—thii time, with these training rifles
obtained Irom U. S. Government surplus. Thuy have metal bolt
action mechanisms, hinged range sights, anil barrel ends. Trigger
actually clicks like the real article. Equipped with heavy leather
straps which are worth the Mlling price! Some have been used, but
are In first-class condition, They'll "march" out the first hour—
so shop accordingly!
fit -mftay Jack * lOvK J
Dial 611-3344-2102, 20fi-8 Pecan St., .Sweetwater, Tex.
Here's an efficient, but low-cost
laying mash, providing hens with fine proteins, organic
salts and essential vitamins. Helps maintain body vigor
and maximum production of top quality market eggs. It's
also an economical feed to use. See us today for your
supply of Ful-O-Pep Egg Breeder Mash.
McMillan grain co.
107 W. Ave A
YOUNGER FINANCE CORPORATION
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