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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 September 1927

V- T, Wwvoi> >vwmv vyvvv vi^vvvy' ■ DON'T GET FRESH BUT-KEEP YOUR CLOTHES THAT WAY- by having them cleaned and pressed by WiSvsJ Giles Tailoring Co. BPtfej Wr-l: k : - : m fc'-v' :i '■'"foM PHONE 131 and we will call W MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED ! I I i - ■ ' —— :— it. ™a.. THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY . . . . W. R. WATTS (Sntered as second-class mall mat- ter In the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 SIX MONTHS 60c - Advertising Rates on Application PRESS _ - BWEW>" '*fe?i % i' tH IV ' f;.\ -Y ' ' :: Ice Cream, Sherbets, Cold Dri Try these at our new frigidaire Electrically Cooled Fountain. LEEVES BROTHERS Drugs and Medicines Illl tl t !■♦ ♦!% Drugs and Medicines Toilet Articles, Cigars Cold Drinks MARTIN'S DRUG STORE A HOST This is my home, iti'u yours while you stay, % If our stay is a moment, a year, or a day; No matter your ancestry, sta- tion, or name, You're 4imp]y my friend; your welcome's the sam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 September 1927

Personal and Local Happenings Re«ce OM ha returned to Lon Morris College at Jucktfonvilflo after spending the holidays at home. See my new line of Virginia Hart Dresses, for Ladies, Missesf and Children sfchool drerfses. MWs Fannie Walker. Mrs. Al'ice Key, Mrs. Zoe Wil- liams,, John Key, Bartus Key and Mirfs Annie Meic Williams of Daingerfield were in Naples fast Thursday night attending the M. N. Heard style show. Wei have plenty new Cotton Seed Hulls. |Get them before they advance. N. M. Roberts & Co. POWERFUL ENSURING Samuel Heath l'eftl Saturday for Miles, Texas, where he will be located fc|r 5 or C wcektV buy- ing cotton f. We now have full line of dress goocUj for all, silks, sctins, wools, linens and etc, all new colors and styles. A. J. Davis. Mitfs Glen McMlichael is in Greenville attending Burleson College. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Meyers of Ft. Worth were Naples visitors Friday and Saturday of laat week. Mrs. 0. D. Lunday re- turned with them for a pjeveral dnyw visit. I Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 September 1927

I 17- -s . J #4'" ; j■■ •a ' i ' *aj Naples VOLUME 42 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1927 NUM HER 26 Helping Our Customers to Prosper , Wi' / '>V f f ft .-'ifiW ' V ' vjVf s-..'i Sv-i*«,s uVTf-v — Our relation to the patron* of thi bank ex- tend far^beyond the usual routine of bank* ing accommodations. — In addition to all the helpful facilities and conveniences of modern banking, there is in this big, friendly bank a spirit of co-op- esation that becomes a distrinct fabtor in the business progress of those who bank here. — llow may we serve you? Farmers State Bank THE FARMERS• FRIEND I I I 4W# New Fall Coats New Fall Dresses This cool weather makes you think of fall clothes. We are prepared to sell you the latest styles in Pall Coats and Dresses. These are new garments just received this week. The Styles are right The Garments are right The Prices are right M. N. Heard W. E. RAGLAND SERVICE STATION Tires, Tubes, & Accessories Firestone Tires You get the mileage when yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 September 1927

9 ■ BUFFALO GIRLS The Basket Ball girls' held the«ir first meeting this year Tuesday afternoon under the £u- pervitlion of Miss Willie Terrell "Bs coach. There were eighteen girl's present Plan's were dis- cussed ;foir holding a carnival Hal- lowe'en night to raise money to buy unifdrms for the girfe. We want you people to come oiut to the games and help the home team win. Boost the girls basket ball team and then watch us. Ruth Patterson, Reporter. stfructive channels. | erected on the grounds, to be In the Spelling work of the completed. We thank the "Civic fcfurth, fifth and ajixth grades a League" for their thoughtfulness definite number of words; are giv- in providing their eqiupmenfc, en each day and on Friday all; it is badty needed. thdse words are given again as u test over the week* work. If To make cocoa icing, mix two any weirds arc missed on Friday cupfuls of sugar with fo|ur table they wiQ be ailded to that child's list for the next week. Every week the names of the ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 September 1927

HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES. LEEVES BROTHERS Drugs and Medicines THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY . . . . W. R. WATTS Entered as second-clans mall mat- ter In the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 SIX MONTHS 60c Advertising Rates on Application 'kisj DON'T FRESH BUT-KEEP YOUR CLOTHES THAT WAY- by having them denned and pressed by PHONE 131 and we will call MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED gistration df every citizen jn the and the method qf forcing him! | Ktate "whereupon shall be given'will be to file «uit in tho Superi-| the racial composition df such or crl'jrt of the country, and upon' I individuals, in so far as ascer- heal ing of <he suit, prove racial tainabtu, rfo as to whow in what purity. 'generation such admixture occur-; The attorney Keneral estimates ;red." It provides that when the ^ that many thousands cif dollars j ( ongress /ol-mS) are prepared, they shall be , will be required to enforce the | scot to ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 September 1927

•• i i I If i KB ?§ it ■■ W SBSsK 5 j$|i; ■ ■kip *18? SlJk eru v:,; ~V->- [MS i otS1 Bi '''i §? '.:■ -■ lf re | ft >^P; H 7 " i S$3 el* Personal and Local Happenings Read what J. G. Watson hatf to 8-a ttjp of 4th column on this 11 page and watch for what to tell you about something | ndxt{ week Palmare of i ek end with I B. Y. P. U. PRGRAMS A full lino of Hayncs under- wear for tho little boys and big Naples boys, for the little men and the j i paper. ' big men, just received at A. J. Davis. WANTED—Jersey milch covr | that will give 3 gallons* a day with \ Miis' li ma Pahnore left last See I Thursday for Austin where she W. L. Forsyth, j hag a position as teacher in Bak- Be< sure to read the Business College ad in th jung Songs No. 101 and 183. Prayer for our Mirfuflonaries on Foreign Fields. Business Piano sol'o: Mae Singleton. Prayer —o— SENIOR PROGRAM H. A. Washburn and grand- daughter, Mi#a Manola Strickland, were visitors ^n Hot Springs, J. I Bi 'hone 65 2 ringtf o(r R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 September 1927

- ; r ■ , ;," ' ~ 'If ' 7L.:& i ' >, .-/v .. Monitor. VOLUME 42 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, jSEPTEMBER 30,1927 NUMBER 2' I I I I '• 1 ,#f C: T .v v ■ ■IKi KAST TEXAS IS COD'S COUN-J TRY. MISSIONARY SOCIBTY MET Helping Our Customers to Prosper Fourth Monday—BiblW Study Day Last week I drove to Dallas The Missionary Society met Mon- and hack find nrttrtl the condition'day afternoon Sept. jiti at Meth- supply and demand will dom'natt in future wood!/ transacting.— New York Times. Our relation to the patrons of this bank ex- tend f&ribeyond the usual routine of bank- ing accommodations. . . — In addition to all the helpful facilities and conveniences of modern banking, there is in this big, friendly bank a spirit of co>op- esation that becomes a distrinct fabtor in the business progress of those who bank here. „ — How may we serve you? Farmers State Bank THE FARMERS' FRIEND KM esss iifcr"' ■*ft SPECIAL Cherrie Belle House Dresses $i .75 Good prices on all Ladies Ready-to-wear a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 September 1927

SCHOOL NOTES ♦'SENIOR SUPERIORITY'* ..w „ — The senior class met Again last wetilk and decided upon the class flower and ccJors. Carnation were chosen as the cIhsb flower, colors being pink and white. We have not yet decided upon our elasrf motto and our rings. We will do that later. We are making a very interest- ing study of sogne of our beat American writers such as Wash- ington Irving, James Fennimore Cooper, Walt Whitman, William Pullen Brytfnt and Ralph Waldo Emerstyi and when we get through with civics we should all know how to make good use of ourselves as a citizen off the! country in which we live. The • senior cla^te also had a social Friday night. The follow- ing of which were present: Mr. Rogers, Mr. Sheppard, Elizabeth Terrell, Ruth Brown, Eva Autry, Enola Blankenship, Dorris Spenco, Veneta Spence, Erma True Pratt, Bessj! Wortham, Wal- ter Floyd. Wendell Sm,ith, Ran- dolph Wortham, Lawlis /Grau Otis Betts, Ivy Gauntti Houston] Brown, Carl Gauntt, and Earl Scaff. We all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 September 1927

0 4 V. I' HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES. LEEVES BROTHERS Drugs and Medicines TUB NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY . . . . W. R. WATTS Entered as second-class mail mat- ter In the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under art of Congress March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH S>.00 SIX MONTHS 60c Drugs and Medicines Toilet Articles, Cigars Cold Drinks MARTIN'S DRUG STORE Advertising Rales on Application •GO TO- B. J. FLOYD'S FOR ■ Hardware Undertakers Goods Bring Me Your Cotton I have overhauled my gin, sharmg|ci all saws, and put the entire machinery in good con- dition for giving you a good sample and good turnout I ap- preciate your ginning and will give you good service. Will pay you top of the mar- ket for your cotton seed. R. 0. McMichael ♦♦♦ V V THE NAPLES MONITOR and The Semi-Weekly Farm News Both 1 year for $1.75 TEXAJ WINTER GRAZING CROPS In a jecent address president Coolidge madp the statement that the stze of the farms in the vicin- ity of his' old home In Vermont w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 September 1927

■ r ■ - > k ; • VV • M ISI : V ' m^WSt «M SI ■ ":.',V <•■' Personal and Local Happenings LOOK—Every Boy wants* a watch and chain. While they last will sell watch and chain for $1.50. Thist watch is sold under a guar- . anteo. J. W. Garrett. m I* w, m m&. '■ ■ Est; r t > p£0ifi n f % ft'ft ^ m iiif15^4'PawSfr p. m \ m Wm} Last Friday M. Smith and wife and editor of The Monitor at- tended % meeting of the North- east Texas f'rea# Association and Lamar County Fair. We were jolined at Bogata by "Mrs. Lester Smith. Both the pres^ meeting and fair Were interesting and enjoyable. The presJtf men were guest^ of the Rotarians for noton luncheon and the ladles were entertained at luncheon by the Paris news- papertf. At 6 o'clock boKh men and ladiegj were guests of the Cham- ber off Commerce at dinner In the fair grounds. Shipment of Hanea underwear in a full assortment df sizes just received. For little boys and big boysi for litttle men and big men. PRICED TO SELL. A. J. Davis. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 July 1929

HP ■ SB® '"v W&w A Wtmmmw, Jttonitor. VOLUME 44 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY JULY 26, 1929 On the "Broadway of America." BROOKHART STIRRED TEXAS TO LAUGHTER Senator*!* Inquiry Into Alleged Patronage Abu9es R6used RePuhlican Rislbles. Tho following press dispatch appeared in a recent issu'e of Tlio New York Times: Dallas, Texas,—Texas Republl- ctns are laughing up their sleeves at t'heir brotlier-i'n-politics, Sena- t-.r Snitili W. Brookhart of Iowa. A knight in his shining armor or political righteousness, 'With (his lance of Senatorial immunity and his motto of "Politics Free from (he .Stench of Machine Oil-'' he - ode into San Antonio and Dallas h little while ago on the charger of a Senatorial investigation in- to alleged abuses of Federal pat- ronage in Southern States. His armor a little less glistening, his banner Blighty drooping, he rode out again. But a Senator always must have the last ,word, "I'll be i.yck again with a bigger stick!" lie shouted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 July 1929

MONUMENTS See What You Buy ef ore Buying The Mt. Pleasant Monument Co. Haat. large stock of finished Monuments in Marble and Granite on Display. The best Materials, nicely finished, beautifully let' tered, erected substantially, rt REASONABLE PRICES Mt. Pleasant Monument Co. Mt. Pleasant, Texas THE napi.es monitor Published Every Friday . . . W. R. WATTS Drugs and Medicines Toilet Articles, Cigars Cold Drinks MARTIN'S DRUG STORE Entered as second-class mall mat- ter In the postoffiee at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 60c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling1 advertisements in- eerted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subsribers have found any of our advertisers not. fulfilling their agreements, we shall consider ft a favor ao be notified of th« fact. CORRESPONDENCE-—We are always glad to receive letters or articles from our subscribers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 July 1929

THING FAIRYTALE ^Ma ry Graham Banner ji/r: • Miar ,^jipjafe=.-- ===== IN THE AQUARIUM "fiome matures," Ha Id the ocean Miofitdi, fiwlniiuluc around In the big nquufluni where so many of tlm differ- ent kinds of flubc* lived in their dif- ferent tanks, "don't care who gee their faces. "They are not In the tqait particu- lar about their faces. TJiey look at tilings all the timo and thoy seem to act uh though their faces were mighty Important." "Faces are generally considered so," admitted the Ken lion. "Uonerully, hut not always," said the ocean sunflsli. "Now 1 keep ev- eryone puzzled. "They were puxzfed about me, I can tell you. "Tfiey found my tall and then they tried to seo at the opposite end— which Is hard to And because I am round—for they wanted to see my lace." "It waa the natural place to look," said the sea Hon. "But so commonplace," said tho ocean sunflsh. "I do hate the com- monplace and the ukuuI. "Now, look at me," the sunflsh urged. "I will do so, gladly," said the sea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 July 1929

"■ ty.-T: .."TZ Personal and Local Happenings You are invited to attend the Methodist reviVal meeting. Miss Kate Mathews of San An- tonio attended the funeral of Mrs. F. W. Bolin Tuesday. sitting pretty rocky point s. s, class eft- tertained • . - m Mrs. H. D. Moore left Wednes- day for Abilene, going home with her father, Dr. W. J. Mathews, nnd wife for a few weeks visit. Mrs. W. R. Watts and Pearl Stone of Texarkana Naples visitors Sunday. Mrs. were 13 plate Battery, guaranteed year $7.25 and. Dr. Louie. H. H. Coffey of Omaha has pur- chased the Samuel Heath bank- rupt stock and is arranging to open about the 1st of August. Mr. Coffey will have something to tell The Monitor readers next week. Watch for his announce- ment. t ^ .at O. E. Canant and two sons of Simms wiere in Naples Wednes- day. Mr .Canant left the where- with to keep The Naples Monitor going to him for a yean With prospects flattering for an exceptionally good cottori jrop this fall and several thousands of dollars ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 August 1929

■3J& n VOLUME 44 fltyt Naples Mont On the "Broadway of America" NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDA 1 AUGUST 2. 1929 .Oft the * AUGUST 2, 1929 On the "Broadway of America." m MR. HOOVER'S HEAD AND HIS HAT SIZES m iSP His Head Full Sl/e Larger Than Lincoln's, Hat Chart Shows. ■iSS 41 ■ 9 Correspondents jwho have spent much time in desscribing Presi- dent 'Hoover's doubSe-toreasted blue serge suit have overlooked, his friends say, the Caliifornian's most obvious sartorial effect—his gray felt hat. • Mr. Hoover 'has forsaken al- most entirely the dark felt hat of other years—a style for which ho frhawed partiality on most in- formal (occasions. During itho summer months the President (.fcangws to a sti'ff American straw and, of course, on formal oc- casions wiears his silk topper. It is no secret that the Presi- dent does not take kindly to the h?gh silk hat. Some early pic- tures show Herbert Hoover fn a blac,k derby. On rare occasions he 'has been seen in a rough finish iu.r felt. . Mr. Hoover ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 August 1929

r: By THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . . W. R. WATTS Kutered as second-class mail mat- ter In the poatofflee it Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 187$. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1100 SIX MONTHS 60c JUltHHMC NEWS & GOSSIP M«rk of inexP«rt Drlver ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectjofa&htfe or swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. It' any of our subsrlbfels haVe found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreements, we shall consider it a favor ao be notified of the fact. CORRESPONDENCE—We are always glad to receive letters or articles from our subscribers along any line of interest to our readers. An old-timer was asked to ex- plain "whaF," in his opinion, was the unmistakable mark of inex- pert driving. His answer was biief and to the point. "When Lhcy are Starting on a grade and roll back into you," he replied. ITS* the Hand Brake Use of the hand brake inste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 August 1929

Chester EL Coker, Naples, Texas >sm • « J-iO" GRADES Extra White Cotton 1 Bale Middling, .08% White Cotton 1093 Bales, ;> 92.01% 1 Strict Good Middling 73. Good Middling 578 Strict Middling 361 Middling 74 Strict Low Middling 6 Low Middling Spotted Cotton 93 Bales % 3 Good Middling 50 Strict Middling 34 Middling 5 Strict Low Middling J. Low Middling Gray Cotton 1 Bale, Middling, .08% stem?- mm SUMMARY OF GRADE 1 Strict Good Middling 76 Good Middling 628 Strict Middling 397 Middling . 79 Strict Low Middling 7 Low Middling STAPLE LENGTHS 13-16 andunder 247 Bales 20.79# 7.83% I# f"' i>. f'' v* zm- 514 Bales' 43.2796 15*16 inch ' 367 Bales 30.89# 1 to 1 1-32 inch. 57 Bates 4.80# 1 1-16 to 1 3-32 inch 3 Bales .25# Out of the 1188 samples ceceived from your gin, 1 am glad to say, not one was gin cut. mt- W. B. LANHAM . • * . . * Senior Agri. Economist, Division of Cotton Marketing You will see from the above figures that 92.76% of the cottQn ! ginned graded middling and above 'i'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 August 1929

} IsOU ME WITH yoU POP* I HAVE FOQGOT\[ WAT IT FEEIS LlkE 1Z> FIX THROUGH THIS. AlfZ YOUVE NEVEP FLOWU MOM AEflOPtAbJC TOPAY "THEW VVHATS ^ THIS STORY '&OLH the srozk: <} BFtimi/JG MEC V £J 1 $ U zae youn$ ^viatoi' t l .1 wi' n BVi r'; &.. ^v- Doddijs "Euenmcr V Fair^ Tala | i Jbf -GRAHAM.• CONNER ii[ y*m -I ,-,, i i * •win* M«uak*OHON . I.. ■ —— • LIONS AND TIGERS ! "That old Hon/* salil Mr. Tlgor in the zoo, "has been roaring nml roarl >; and everyone has been noiieiu.: him." i "Well, we eau't blumo people for noticing the Hon more tlmu they no- tice us," said Mrs. Tiger. ; | "They act for the people. They roar and make a Hue noise and they Hit up ready to be admired. "We look far over the heads of peo- ple, beyond, way beyond, aud we dream of the jungles nnd the wild life." * "I suppose the lion dreams of It too," said Mr. Tiger, "lint then he t*oes not know the wild life as well as 1 do. "He Is too conceited even. out of captivity." "He Is conceited and no Is th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

k JU-U CTfl M Naples Jtlonitor. VOLUME 44 MALT TONIC ORDER HITS BEVERAGE USE On the "Broadway of America." j NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY AUGUST 9, 1929 On the "Broadway of America." Mill Children Touring the Nation Prohibition Commissioner Rules Its Solid Contents Must v I lie 18 I'er Cent. m. WW Washington, Aug. 4.—Informa- tion that large quantities of malt tonics, which may legally contain 2 per cent of alcohol, were being told for beverage purposes re- tailed in an order by Prohibition Commissioner Doran that l'n the future the solid content of such tonics must be 18 per cent as com- pared with 12 per cent at present. Lt. Doran said that the was con- fident this ruling would go far * to check the use of the ton.'cs for beverages. Another problem which the unit is finding more difficult to <.olvc, however, is the manufac- ture of supplier of malt bever- ages containing no alcohol' but i* hich consumers with a little ingenuity are able t'o develop into du exhilarating drink. The acti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

mm !=S "" Cm w <•# ■■ rv B: I if BS* I . £|P Daddy's Km Evei\ii\$ Fairy Tale 4y F\ARY GRAHAM BONNER THE DUCKS The man was a H reman and he wa kitting outside the tlrehoim In ft town Rome little distance awoy when he iheurd the most tremendous amount of quuck-quackliu; he had ever heard. |h He told another fireman that there surely must bo some trouble at the dock farm. "I think," said the flremnn, 1 will get out my spyglasses and see what 'I can make out." For the quaeklng continued und was so terrlQc. "Don't you suppose," said the sec- ond fireman, "that one of the ducks has been hurt and the others are quacking In sympathy';" "I don't believe." said the first fire- man, "that one hundred or more ducks .would be so sympathetic at the same time. "Nor would they tnnUfi so much noise. I fear something has happened over there." He looked through his spyglasses In the direction of the duck farm. "There I I see something like smoke," he said. "Yes, I'm sure 1 see something like smoke....

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