Sweetwater Daily Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 780, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 17, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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lOO pairs of Edwin Clapp Shoes, new
styles, are now on sale at
$6.50 and $7.00
♦ PERSONALS ♦
♦ - ♦
♦ Gathered Among the Comers and ♦
♦ Goers of a Busy World ♦
Mrs. Jim Foy is on the sick list
Tax Assessor George Sheppard
is in Blackwell.
Cleaning and pressing. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Phone us today.
157. Will Hubbard. 16-dtf
Mrs. J. T. Griswold is reported
quite sick today.
The regular price is $10.00.
and see at the
< f *•
Sweetwater Dry Goods
“The Price is The Thing”
J. L. Wright of Rule is spending
a few days in our city.
Judge J. L. Sheppard o olorn
do is here on business today.
for sale at City Drug
Nice yam sweet potatoes at
Perry’s Cash Grocery. 17-2t
Just received, all kinds of gar-
den seed.—Davis’ Casli Grocery, tf
Sweetwater Weekly Reporter
GEO. T. SPEARS, Manager.
JNO. S. BAGWELL, Editor
SPEARS A BAGWELL, Publisher*
MEMBER OR ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Entered u Second Claes Mall
Any erroneous reflection appearing
tn this paper will be cCeerfully cor-
rected when called to the attention 01
Lemons 20 cents per dozen, Per-
ry’s Cash Grocery Co.
W. M. .Bright motored over to
Roscoe yesterday afternoon.
Secretary Thos. P. Hodge is
home from Austin for a few days.
Little Billy Snell is reported im-
proving from the attack of tonsfh-
The $100,000 Road Bond issue
election is on in Fisher county to-
•1. T. Ross ol Sylvester is the
guest of his brother Prof. J. L.
R. S. Baxter, the 1 - a 1 weather
. Ipropi.ei. • ■ e v. ill I ruin*be
f Ore Sunday night.
IN THE END
GROCERIES and FRESH MEATS
Fresh Good. Prompt Delivery
Denman & Asbury
Phone 61 Groceries and Meats Phone 62
New Silk Arrivals
Have just rea.'ivt d a big ship-
mein ol bcauului Snlvo» \ ^
The newest colorings are dis- cj
played in this lot of Crepe de Chines, [ j
Georgette Crepes, Messalines, Taf- ^
fetas and the new and popular silk [ j
Jersey Cloths. [j
The Jersey Cloths now Shown in Our Window [ ]
Lelami Dertic.k, high school stu
dent is visiting his parents in Deck
it for a few days.
Mrs. E. J. Ballard has moved in
from Matador and Inis leased the
William’s rooming house.
C. L. Caperton of Palava after
spending several weeks visiting at
Lamesa has returned home.
Mrs. Barry and little son,
Abilene, are the guests of G.
Bunton and family of our city,
President J. W. Hunt of the
Stamford Methodist college is here
today in the interest- of the school
for sale at City Drug
Blackeye peas, fresh California
sjcck, at Perry’s Cash Grocery
Co. Phone 71.
Get the best shoe, at the price,’
and that will he the Selz.—Hern-
don Shoe Co. 9-tf
For cleaning, pressing and re-
pairing, Phone 157.— Will Hub-
Rates $7.50, Payable in
The following have announced for
City Offices in [_the approaching
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
J. H. BOND
W. II. GARDNER
J. F. DICKSON
W. R. JOHNSON
FOR CITY SECRETARY.
W. II. BARTLETT.
J. L. ROSS
J. D. SLOAN
TIN & PLUMBING SHOP
CAN WELD ANYTHING UN-
DER THE SUN BUT A BROKEN
HEART OR THE BREAK OF
See Us for Tanks
V • J •• 20 r 1 25 cents pi r doz-, We have not advanced our linen'
‘ii at Perry Cash Grocery Co.
GEO. T. WILSON
Ovtr Continental Bank.
For Service Car
RING PHONE C42
Car on street until 12 o’clock
J. E. JONES, PROPRIETOR
Residence Phone 393
spring and summer samples for
both men and women. Come in and
look them over. Steam Dry Clean-
ing Plant. 14-4td
Nice oranges 20 cent- per dozen
and up at Perry's Cash Grocery Co
W, E. Capefton was the ro<ip-
ient of a nice box of fredi pork by
express a gift from his ehildi'"i at
Snyder. . -----...
Mr. Smith of the firm of Denson
and Smith of Snyder, w s inter- |7.|fd.
viewing our wholesale men here
prices in Sweetwater—please read
L'-’til |Towels .....................le
- [Double Towels ..............2c
our now line of .Bath Towels.................2e
Table Covers..........3c to 10c
Bed Spreads..........10 to 25c
Pillow Shams..........3e to 10c
Cotton Blankets, per pair ... .25c
(Wool Blankets, per pair.....50o
Bulk Peanut Butter.—Davis‘Rags..................lc to 3c
Cash Grocery. l5-3td .Quilts.....................25c
----- (Aprons...............3c to 25c
Graham flour in 5 lb bags only'Scarfs...............3e to 10c
25 cents at Perry’s ((ash Grocery. (Rough Dry..........35c per doz
I for less than 25c.
To Our Friends: It is our pleasure! Very truly,
to sav we will continue our piano SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO.
display at the Sugar Bowl old-, The Nicest Laundry in Texas
stand. We will have in new piiml
os next Wednesday and will again 1
411 .the du . d Bind full of sweet'
music. We invile you 1o come to,.
•».!>(■ us.—Adam Schaaf Piano Co.
17-2t , No Bundles takes at Above prices
Soles Sewed #1.00
If Yen have Shoe, Repair work er
yVar.t Made to Order boot* cr 8ho*»,
At Lyric Alrdome
SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO.
The Nicest Laundry in Texas
Satisfaction or your Money Back
Miss Ira Burke is entertaining
a crowd of her school mates with a
“Tackey Party” at her home with
Mrs. F. G. Robertson.
Mrs. Era George Foley and two
) little sons from Valentine are vis-
iting her uncle, Mr. Silas George
and family for a few days.
(Miss Helen Carr, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carr, is enter-
taining a host of little friends this
afternoon in honor of her tenth
******* ******************* ****
LARGE STOCK OF
; Lumber, Lime, Cement, Bride, Paints, Varnishes,
j Stains, Wall Paper, Glass, Corrugated Iron, Wall
Board and Composition Roofing.
| Call and See Our Goods and GetJOur
Prices Before Buying.
HIGGINB0THAM-HARR1S & CO
HAVE YOUR DAINTY FURS
here and they 1] be like a new set.
They will be absolutely freed from
all dust and dirt and come back
to you with all their old life and
lustre. We pay special attention
to white furs. Send yours here and
you’ll be delighted with their
snowy whiteness when we return
Steam Dry Cleaning Plant
LOUIS 0. GALBRAITH, Mgr.
EAST SIDE SQUARE Phone 97
Carson L. Lceche 11 former yard
clerk at Santa Fe yards and who
resigned about 30 days ago on ac-
count of ill health, died recently at
J. W. Nunn of Colorado one of
the old veterans of the South, was
over yesterday on the occasion of
the celebration of the J. R. Lewis
birthday, a pleasure Mr. Nunn a
vails himself of every year.
The Saturday club; ladies are
very busy advertising their Libra-
ry benefit picture show at the
Sweetwater Theatre, Tuesday af-
ternoon and evening. Billie Burk
in “Peggy” one of the entertain
ing picture played by this famous
Nice honey in bulk at 12 1-2 ets.
per lb .Perry's Cash Grocery Co.
Our new Kahn spin pies arc here.
All the latest style for summer n-
head. Phone 157.—Will Hubbard.
Just received our new line of i John McCracken has put on a
spring and summer samples for'float wagon and asks for a shars
h men . ml women. Corny in and of your b'bnes- Prompt and ef-
)..r»k them over. Steam Dry Clean- Indent -vni ••• is Ins motto. Phone
ing Plant. 14 4td 43fi. _ 1 *
„OST—Strayed or stolen, Here-
ford cow, about 8 years old with
lall face and stocking legs. Reason
able reward for information lead-
ing to her recovery.—F. F. Watt,
Roscoe. Texas. 16-3tw
“NIGHT 0’ LAUGHS.”
A Night O’ Laughs is a (Musical
Comedy and Minstel Show. A
‘Night O’ Laughs,” will be put
on under the auspices of the local
order of Moose. A “Night O’
Laughs,” has a cast of forty or
fifty local people taking part. A
“Night O’ Laughs,” is a grand pro
duction with Mirth melody and
funny situations. A “Night 0’
Laughs” is under the direction of
Harry Ennis of Los Angeles, Cal-
ifornia. A “Night 0’ Laughs” is
a production with beautiful cos-
tumes. A “Night 0’ Laughs”
will be staged in the Sweetwater
Opera House Tuesday March the
On Wednesday March 7th the
Company will present “The Bar-
rier” the much talked of play,
iritten by Rex Beach, the famous
Alaska story writer. Up on the iner
its of this play many public men
of importance including President
Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt,
have expressed themselves elo-
The Santa Fe pay ear tied up in
Sweewater last night. Paymaster
George N. Yard and T. J. Coggins,
Supt. Special Service and Special |9UPnt,y and at length.
Officer 0. L. Birchfield of Temple, Uw............1.............
were aboard. A pay ear is seldom
operated on that line, pny cheeks
are ordinarily sent to agents for
The safe voyage of Frederick
the 8th is of especial interest to the
friends of Mrs. Guy Morris. This
is the now famous vessel carrying less girl is the master todeh to ihe
By general consensus of opinion
it ha.s been pronounced one of the
strongest plays of it ’s kind. At
the rise of the curtain one finds
himself in a typical trading post
ami forms the acquaintance of
.John Gale, who establishes a bond
of sympathy, trust und pity.
In the great wilderness, the dis
covery of a single innoettut, guile
Between watch repairing,
and watch fixing, or watch
tinkering can be told best
by you when you have your
watch Repaired and it keeps
good time and satisfaction
is the result. We repair
watches in a way that you
will always be satisfied. Be
cause we want you to re-
turn with your next job.
Is what your expression will be if you let us do your Jewelry
repairing. No matter what it is we can fix it if its Jewelry.
When others have failed we make them keep time. Special at-
tention to high grade work.
Bring your next repair job here try us once and be satisfied
ever after. .. .< 3« J*. L2I
P. T. Quast
City Grocery Company
First door west of Hubbard’s
home the German Ambassador and
his retnue of officers from Wash-
ington and Mrs. Morris’ brother
Carlos Seifret and his employer
who were able to get passage on
the vessel to England. They felt
al least this ship would he safe
from German submarines.
picture, the loving devotion of
Neeia her sincerity and inno--
oi r/1 from a stronghold on the
hearts, as they do on (apt. Burrell
who. bigness ''1 ‘end ••• him.
Don’t Fad to »<•*• tin:, promtc-i
We now have a complete
stock of fresh Groceries;
also all kinds of fresh Fruit :■>
We will appreciate your business
We want your Produce
City Grocery Store
Phone 444 Phone 152
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Bagwell, John S. Sweetwater Daily Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 780, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 17, 1917, newspaper, February 17, 1917; Sweetwater, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth561816/m1/2/?q=stolen%20land: accessed October 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.