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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR 22 MYF Members Attend Retreat At Daingerfield HWi! Twenty two youth and adult counselors of the Epworth sub- district council of the Texarkana district Methodist Youth Fellow- ship attended a program planning retreat July 14 and 15 at the Dain- gerfield State Park lodge. Martha Strickland of Naples presided at the retreat as presi- dent of the Epworth sub-district. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grisson of Bridges Chapel presided as adult counselors for the Epworth sub- FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 district council. Bill Henderson of Naples, dis- trict youth director of the Tex- arkana district, presented to the group the aims and goals of the Texas conference of the Method- ist church in youth work for the coming year. The entire sub-dis- trict program for the year was planned including six sub-district rallies and six sub-district work- shops. The retreat which started at 6 p.m. July 14 follower! a well plan- ned schedule of activity and end- ed at 3 p.m. July 15. Included in th...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

' • "• r' "V; ' ' :■! mm THE NAPLES MONITOR .. v \% / ' ; ;:• WANT ADS mm WANTED TO BUY: Cotton rags I 5c per pound. The Monitor. tFOR RENT: Three room apart- nt and two bedrooms. Mrs. A. Qavis. 50-tc Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbe- cued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by the pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sandwiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES, If not pleased, your 40c back at aof drug stpre. Try instant-drying ITCH- ME-NOT^at any time of day or niffht to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today ml * Wyninegar Pharmacy Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms and night crawlers. Daniel's Feed Store 45-tc Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday • Friday - Saturday FOR RENT: Two garage apart- ments, 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. J. M. Hamp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

o « THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 Comett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at the usual 10:30 hour. There was a good attendance. Several visitors were present. The Kev. Thomas Price, district superintendent, held the first quarterly conference at Harris Chapel Sunday. Miss Daisy Heard, Mrs. Bera Grant and Janet Heard attended the services at Harris Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strickland and children of Dallas spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Nora Gibson. The M.Y.F. group and sponsors enjoyed a weiner roast and picnic with skating at Foster's Lake Fri- day night. Mrs. Evelyn Golden and three children of Odessa are visiting Richard Hall R GROCERY At the old Save-A-Dime Store We Give American Red Stamps Smoke Jowl FINE FOR FRYING, TOO lb 19c | —• — Pork Chops NICE LEAN lb _ 59c —•— Bologna, lb _ 29c j Mrs, Mae Golden. Sue and Ann Penny oi Pasa- dena have been visiting the C. B. Hampton's. They left. Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Penny of Linden. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 2 W b Here's How Primary Ballot Will Look Voters will have a wide choice of candidates in most races in the first Democratic primary to be held Saturday, July 28. Here's how the ballot will look to voters in the Naples precinct: No. 1 - Mixing white and negro f^k children in public schools: For specific legislation exempt- ing any child from compulsory attendance at integrated schools attended by white persons and negroes. Against specific legislation ex- empting, any child from compul- sory attendance at integrated schools attended by white persons and negroes. NO. 2 - Intermarriage between negroes and whites: For specific legislation perfect- ing State Laws against intermar- riage between white persons and negroes. Against specific legislation per- fecting State Laws against inter- marriage between white persons and negroes. NO. 3 • Interposition For the use of Interposition to halt illegal Federal encroachment. Against the use of Interposi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

M " r. / I THOft?* Furniture Store LOOK WHAT YOU REGULAR $309.95 Special 5239.9S AND YOUR OLD STOVE kin thif G-E "Thrifty 40" you get a famous name, famous quality, . ; famous speed-cooking—and lots of * f- v T |j /oomy work space on the big wide '40" divided top... all at a price that I makes a big full size electric range i very easy to afford! H • Removable, Easy-to-clean Calrod* Bake and Broil Units f • 3 Roomy Storage Drawers • 2 Handy Appliance Outlets • No-Stain Oven Vent Sk- Canary Yellow, Turquoise Green, Petal Pink, Cadet Blue, Wood- tone Brown, or Satin White ;d in G-E laboratories against the ding gas stoves. Tested in accord- •c. electric ronge tests, the G-E r ooil o ' r ?C% faster. Also, cne '■•d; tne li-E unit was faster rested under identical conditions ). per hour (large burner require- i. Assoc. certification standards,. 6L!C AT A DOWN-TO EARTH OUT REGULAR $309.95 Special $239.95 AND YOUR OLD STOVE • New Faster Calrod® Unit —over 20% faster than gas * • Pushbutton...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 Simmons For Congress r'-.vo lony - time, unanswered ucstions asked by Kenneth W. Simmons of his political rival, Congressman Wright Patman, have given rise to speculation of misuse of governmental position to secure certain restricted in- f^Ofc^ion. ^jJRinons, candidate for the First Congressional District seat, has been asking the congressman these questions for five of the eight months he has been cam- paigning. The young candidate from Avinger will turn to tele- vision on July 19 for 10 days in an effort to force an answer. The two questions have been asked in connection with Pat- man's efforts to secure 20,000 names of ROTC graduates for an insurance business that Simmons worked for as an agent. Patman brought charges against Simmons ■W®>i HANNER FUNERAL HOME Phone 38 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where - Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitator Equipped rSt3e3fi35SSaeSSS£SSSS=l in March in Congress where an investigating committee clear...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

'%:-V '!■>. ■' Viitv *'v,f^;,5sif '" ■''' 1' \ ' .a • '£r-* wA,r" THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 S-'-'-A ■ ?>! DENIM and COTTON SKIRTS Only 1.99 Values up to 5.95 SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Only 1.98 All Summer Merchandise REDUCED S &- S Shop SHOP STOP SAVE PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Lee Narramore ana Sally visited Sunday after- noon with Mrs. Jane Hardy at Daingerfield. Mrs. E. H. Gregory spent Satur- day and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Hicks and Mr. Hicks and her mother, Mrs. J. C. Bar- ton. Mrs. Leon Darr and children, Randy and Debbie of Garland, spent last week with their par ents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Kelley. Betty return- ed home with them for a visit. Mrs. Jim Lovelady and Barbara spent Friday night with her moth- er, Mrs. John Watson and Mr. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Watkins and Connie were week end guests with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble. Don returned home with them after spending the past week with his grandparents. GAME NIGHT Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

- tapirs iHmnter NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 VOLUME 70 . - Hi m Is Denied For Morris County The state drouth committee turned down Morris county's re- quest for drouth aid but left the way open for another application. R. J. Dean, county agricultural agent, said he had been notified last week by the state committee of its action. The committee said another application should be sent to the state office if conditions in the county worsen. The request for aid was sent to the committee the first week in July. It said rainfall had been only 56 per cent of normal this year and the county has received only 18.36 inches of rain since last November. The hay yield this year is only 50 per cent of normal and the corn yield is low, the request for aid said. In 1954, both Morris and Cass counties were declared drouth disaster areas and received drouth aid. & Monitoring MAIN v STREET ' fe. ■ J ■ 1 SSjK' . I ■I H ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 $205 Given To Cemetery Fund A total of $205 has been contri- buted to the Creekmore cemetery association since it started its drive about two months ago. Those who contributed since liie Ian Usi was released include Mrs. Gus King $1, Newton Evans $10, B. P. Jacobs $1, J. N. Hicks ?5, Mrs. Homer Trice $5, Jessie Boyd $10, Tom Griffin $2, Nu- gent Kesseler $o. Annis Kesseler $5. Griff Shaw $2, Mrs. Kosa Ben- nett $1, John Kennedy $5, Mrs. H. L. Kennedy $5, Jflhn N. Hicks $2, Mrs. Doyle Thomason $2, Clois Hicks $1, Mrs. Morris Griffin $5, Boyd Richardson $5, Mrs. Fred Lancaster $10, Arlin Hampton $2, Lillie Griffin $10, John Cannon $1, Leslie Simmons $5, and Robert Kennedy $5. Y\ B tM, LSM IUI. Coffee, Admiration Coffee fVlaxweli Insi Shortening, Richte> Mackerel, Seaview t> IUI _____ 9^ SUGAR, Imperial, 10 lbs 89c Smoked Jowls, lb_ 19c Smoked Slab Bacon, lb 35c Red Bologna, lb 23c Welrsers, lb 29c Fryers, Jb 39c Shorts, 100 sb white sacks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR fi Daniels Chapel By Miss Peggy Gibbs Misses Lura and Patsy Jacobs spent Sunday with Miss Willcne Warren. Little Miss Glenda Higgins spent Sunday.with Miss Brenda Gibbs. Mr. Orb Gibbs and son, Boyd Gibbs, attended homecoming day at Mahoney, Texas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Minten and daughter, Ann, are visiting relatives in this community. Mrs. Boyd Gibbs spent Sunday in the 0. E. Gibbs home. We are glad to hear that Mr. Chris Warren is back home from the hospital. Ann Foster spent Sunday with Peggy Gibbs. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Gibbs and son, Gary Joe, plan to leave Fri- day for a vacation trip to New Mexico. They also plan to visit relatives in Abilene, Texas. Don't miss "Man Who Knew Too Much" starring James Stew- art and Doris Day showing at the Inez Theatre next Wednesday and Thursday. ESK' ifclll? H6 I Ma] 1 AHHH! peace at last 8 Afy Insurance agent handles all my Insurance problems Granberry Insurance Agency PHONE 37 109 WEST MAIN ST. MPLES • AK'Y KIND OF INSU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 WE OFFER OUR Room Air Condi toners at these new low prices 1 Ton not Horsepower Chrysler or Mitchell Regular $245.00 NOW $197.50 V "t *&, ' '•■fM I I I j M.B. HAMPTON BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY * White foottA, c&a&aA Atad 79tcft& Qyyitd. ' jMksM. (pt&JS, ■:'% M" <yflytok .... . .wJi 5, TEXAS • Hi VOTE FOR JOE McCASLAND Of Jefferson For District Attorney The only candidate in this race who has ever stood alone and tried penitentiary cases and capital felo- nies for the state and defense and argued them on appeal in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Twenty-six years actual exper. ":cc trying law suits in the courthouse. He will prosecute crime vigor- ously without fear and without favor. He ably serv- ed as county attorney, district attorney, and assist- ant attorney general of Texas. HEAR HIM SPEAK RADIO STATION KIMP, MT. PLEASANT JULY 27, 5:30 - 5:40 p.m. JULY 28, 6:15 - 6:25 a.m. TEXARKANA TV, JULY 26, 8:15 - 8:30 p.m....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

\ I- s' WANTED TO BUY: Cotton rags 5c per pound. The Monitor. FOR RENT: Three room apart- ment and two bedrooms. Mrs. A. J. Davifc. > 50-tc Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbe- cued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by the pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sandwiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c DONT SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES. If not pleased, your 40c back at amtf drug store. Try instant-drying ITCH* ME-NOT at any time of day or night to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today at ~ * Wyninegar Pharmacy Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms and night crawlers. Daniel's Feed Store. 45-tc 5= 5=wc: Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday FOR RENT: Two garage apart- ments, 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. J. M. Hampton. 50-tc Flowers For . All Occasions NEED A R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 Cornet! By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. James Knight brought a splendid sermon from Romans 10th chapter. The title of the mes- sage was "What Do You Believe?" Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Penny of Pasadena arrived Saturday for a few days visit with the C. B. Hamptons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winston Hampton of Wichita Falls spent Monday through Wednesday with the C. B. Hamptons Mr. and Mrs. Monte C. Heard, Diane, Debbie and Sandra of Hou- ston spent Friday night through Tuesday with Misses Daisy and Janet Heard. Vann B. Heard arrived Satur- day night from Houston for a vis- it too, with Miss-Daisy Heard. He joined the Monte C. Heard family Richaid Hall a broken arm last week. Mrs. Bennie Mae Jordan of GROCERY jy At the old Save-A-Dime Store We Give American Re-' Stamps (i> Smoke Jowl FiNE FOR FRYING, TOO lb 19c | —•— Pork Chops NICE LEAN S lb 59c for a brief vacation at Oklahoma State Park, leaving Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Steger Jr., and son, Joel, vi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

w THE NAPLES MONITOR l-RIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 |For Automobile Loans -Me i Conventions To New or Late Model Insure with your own agent and . . Let us finance your purchase of a car with a low-interest bank loan. Our convenient in- stallment plan makes it easy on your budget. See qfc before you buy. "Ehe Morris County National Bank SEE US FOR AUTOMOBILE LOANS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation NAPLES- TEXAS mM Elect An EXPERIENCED LEGISLATOR A. M. AIKIN, JR. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Co-Author Gilmer-Aikin School Laws © Reliable • . Honest • Able Be Held Saturday Democrats of the Naples pre- cinct will hold their convention at 2 p. m. Saturday at the court house here. N. G. Watt«, precinct chairman, said th<? primary purpose of the convention would be to elect dele- gates to the county convention but any other business properly brought before the convenitio: f would be transacted. The county convention will be held in Daingerfield on Aug. 4. Delegates to the state convention on S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 July 1956

|1W; w. THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 PERSONAL Mrs. Claud Neal and Bobby, Savana and Claudie Neal return- ed last week from a three weeks vacation. They visited Mr. and ■ Mrs. Frank Neal at Orange and accompanied them on a trip to points of interest in the southern states. C-O-O-L SUMMER LINGERIE at July Savings Shorty Gowns 1.98 Dainty Lace-Trimmed Slips 1.98 Lace Muffle Petticoats . . 1.49 Peignors 2.98 to 4.98 Gowns 3.97 All Specially Priced For MID-SUMMER SAVINGS! All Summer Dresses REDUCED Also receiving fall dresses, suits,, coats, and separates. Come In And Make ' Your Selection Use Our Lay-Away S S Shop SHOP STOP SAVE Miss Annette Roach, a student at the Eastern School of Nursing at Tyler, spent Friday night and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Roach. jgwaa?- ■ Mrs. Effie Palmore of DeKalb was a guest Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Einmett Fleming and attend- ed the homecoming service at the Methodist Church. Wayland Giles of Tyler spent the week end with h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

4HrjfliB '* f? } ■ V ii h\ mm ■ * i NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 71 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 Church Dedication Planned Sunday Pleasant Hill Baptist Church at Bryans Mill will be dedicated at s service planned for next Sun- day morning. The meeting will start at 10:45 a.m. with a song service. The Rev. J. B. Ingram, pastor, will lead the opening prayer and make the in- troductions. The Rev. Cecil McEntire, for- mer pastor, will report on the building and its construction. Special music will be furnished by the Rev. Isaac Johnson. The dedication message will be delivered by the Rev. A. L. Pierce and Mr. Ingram will give the benediction. There will be dinner on the grounds at noon and a service will be held in the afternoon. The program will be resumed with a song service at 1:30 p.m. The introduction of the Rev. Norman Davis will be at 1:45 p.m. and of the Rev. Ocie Smith at 2:15 p.m. Mr. Ingram will close the dedication pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 NEWS/W> your County m Extension Agenti i ?c By R. J. Dean Just a word of caution concern- ing pasture and woodland fires in our county. As we all know, the extreme dry weather has left our grasses and timber very dry and ready to burn. A small fire could easily get out of control and spread rapidly across a large area. Let's be careful burning trash, camp fires and let's put out our matches and cigarettes. * * * C. II. Bates, specialist with the Texas Extension Service at A and M College, offers to dairymen five suggestions for beating the usual, summer slump in milk output. Hay or silage is suggested as a supplement for pastures; boost SMi; Alford H. Flanagan For District Attorney TO THE PEOPLE OF THE 76TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS: I wish.to extend my thanks for the help and support given me in my race for the office of District Attor- ney of the 76th Judicial District of Texas in the re- cent primary election. You gave me a very sub- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

.-mm ■ ppp irw ^WiWfS ^ * . ,>,1^1<*f WS1. • (ft# *' *> $ -W ■ 3'., ■ ftMmjfi- $00 ti'Mv*# '*%. ' 'I : w'-L-: X Douglassville \ tJy Mrs. B. W. Swint visiting in Dallas tl THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 % ■fWB tJy Mrs. B. W. Swint The First Quarterly Conference for this new year was held at Union Chapel this Sunday with dinner on the ground. Several from here attended. It was too hot for most of us. They reported a bountiful spread at noon and a good report. The business session was held in the afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jorden Bakty, Mary Ann and Bonny Jo visited in Dallas Sunday. Mary Ann and Bonny will remain over this week for a visit. They will return this week end via train to Atlanta. Mrs. Ruby Baker, who has been k & HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 31 proposing an amendment to Article III of ■he Constitution of the State of Tctt* by adding thereto • new Section to be known tp Section fil-c. providing that the Legis- lature iy ay grant aid and compensation to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

Daltcn By Sue Knighton Church attendance was good Sunday. Brother 13. T. Baugh of Naples brought the message. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins of Haynesville, La. visited Mrs. Janie Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Mur- ray Wommack over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon May, Win- fred and Darline May, and Sheri- lyn Kay Brock visited in Hughes Springs with Mrs. A. M. May Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Baugh apent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson and William Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jones, Bobby and Mrs. Emma Chapman spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shankles. Janeta Baugh spent Sunday with Nancy Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Harrison of Ft. Worth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brock. Mrs. Ester Carlisle, mother of Mr. Clarence Carlisle is now stay- ing at 1202 South 6th St. in Chick- asha, Okla. James Hall spent Sunday with Jimmy Thomas. Sherilyn Brock spent Sunday with Darline May. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Simmons and children s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

—111i THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 US WANTED TO BUY: Cotton rags per pound. The Monitor. OR RENT: Three room apart- nt and two bedrooms. Mrs. A. J. Davis. 50-tc Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbe- cued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by the pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sandwiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES. If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Try instant-drying 1TCH- ME-NOT at any time of day or night to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today at ' " Wyninegar Pharmacy a Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms and night crawlers. Daniel's Feed Store. 45-tc Dr. I. IV!. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday • Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday FOR RENT: Two garage apart- ments, 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. J. M. Hampton. 50-tc FOR RENT: ...

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