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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

. ' r "" ' '' THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . . W. It. WATTS w- ; r. : fa!- t I . I B: \ .1 9 \ ■i Wintered as second-claBa mall mnfc- lor in tho postofTlce at Naples, Texas, under act of Congresa March 8, 1879. SIJIISCR1PTION ONE YEAR $1.00 BIX MONTHS 60c -"DiM >' n 113 Be Dog-Goned MR. FARM eft mo woc/M A SHEEP DOG — JUST TAKE A P££k AT WHAT THfrr swr HIM- V \ ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable *r swindling adverMsomentn in- Kerted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisem to be honorable and responsible. If any of our suljnribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreements, we shall consider it a favor ao bo notified of the fact. '« 1 1 " COKRE3PONDENCE—We are always glad to receive letters or articlen from our subscribe™ along any line of interest to our readers. IS # TELEPHONE CABLE TO EUROPE PLANNED Experiments to Perfect New Form of Communication are Re- lieved Near Success. New York, Aug. i.-Aii spocH- making adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

• V" SM1:> I mw Wg$/ >' I i|P^; /•• t V*'Y.& Personal and Local Happenings Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Speckles of Schujenburg visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wyniegor in Naples Sunday and Monday. OMAHA HERE Mr. and Mijs. W. N. CaHaway were in Texarkana Tuesday. Miss Rehtecca Tidwell re-turned home to Commerce Monday night after a weeks visit with Misis Bess Gibson. RECENT MOVES Morris Hanes has accepted a petition as traveling salesman for Huttig Saeh & Door Works and is on his route. Mrs. Hanes is visiting relative^ in Gihner un- til Morris finds a location. A. L. Lessard Unas moved into the house formerly occupied by Mr. Hanes. Herbert Hicks and Joe Gauntt have moved into the house vacated by Mr. Leissard. Robt. Whatley has moved into the house recently vacated by M. Smith, whe^i Mr. Smith moved into his new home on Dainger- field St. #■+ Ml Spnday morning fa car came rolling into Naples containing tlnree gentlemen, one of whom was John Devenport, sheriff of Ellis County, who ask...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

MAGAZINE SECTION JJaplts rOLUME 44. On the "Broadway of America" NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST i)| 1929. On the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 21 SCHOOL DAYS */oo Can v\we Cttoice, tvTHeR- Twte \JOCK80 M9 W ROOH\ JT*e Rest OP TW6 DAW* v/rto* *itov Twee £ tt«RH r T 7b Sass USTe«! TweRE'5 Tom-3 ffisnrad HeujO <3oocse.i Sk<, Joooe, To*"\ w*s fbow * t<ew Bass wou=. Vife ChJGW TwRee T^o-eboHoeas wiJH \ ouft. we >how NoeooY *Ue*e _ WW* lwj T«wf \S TUKTSO! NHWewe BOOTS 0 *$,# /oil Can Always Bait a Fisherman With a Fish. ] HIGH 0V.TAS6 FOR * RENT | w«wl Traffic m i ♦ N0M66R 37. V/e'U- V\AMfc 7b GO CMCR Tb 7«« C?U)9 PvHO VJ50K \T m -rueTwwe^ COOK He's locked UP. Vbs mjrtTMAs <?or v l« IPCHiP V)P \N £SA ** TV«R«roF T«6 wtf. Too Bad. Awf «7 Jvn«e ? S\xh A PURTV RW* T w*e V ^ "^hOPOOHO 1*** in vi W >Rl. . ■ By Dwig RESCUE fcUVJE NOmPER 37 f *Tteu. Twe ®>tfD«e ABo^r fyfe ov.0 SVCAnORE. STomP M - I 1>on7" OHOER-SfAHO IT • "L unoe^sfAHO. l u "TfcU. H«w ^ToO feueas t>\<...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

If VP . M Fitzhugh Lees§4and-to-Hand Fight With By AUSTIN CALLAN (Copyright, 1029, by the Home Color Print Co.) .N those years immediately pre- I ceding the Civil War, Camp Colo- j| rado, in Coleman county, was the __ most fascinating military post on the Texas frontier. Among the men who were stationed there from time to time were E. Kirby Smith, Earl Van Dorn, Fitzhugh Lee and John B. Hood. All of these became famous in that fratricidal contest of the 'sixties. Camp Colorado is situated on the banks of Jim Ned creek in a section that was once the best game country in America. Back in the 'fifties it was the gateway to the land of the Indian, the buffalo, and the deer. Society center of a vast territory, the post was frequent- ed by knightly riders of the range in those good days when chivalry was in flower. Robert E. Lee sometimes visited Camp Colorado and frontier belles had an opportunity to dance the Virginia Reel with that greatest captain of any age or any land. In certain of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

1 w CURRENT-COMMENT By J. H. LOWRY (Copyright, 1929, bjr Ui* Ham* Color Print Co.) August Musings ||LD AUGUST isn't what is used to be—pot by two days. Unlike the other months, August has grown since it was born. Considering what it is, August was too long at its beginning, when it had but twenty-nine days, and all of us would gladly see it shortened several days, but the people of the early centuries were hero wor- shipers and snobbish, just as the people of today; in has'tfe they made August longer, and in leisure the generations which followed them have cussed them for doing so. • • * The history of August is about like this: The world lived, moved and had its being a long time without any August, and hit on all six cylinders as it moved in its unerring cycles. August wasn't needed any more than the bank clerks need another national holiday, but the people were full of snobbery and hero worship, and so August was brought into being. Old Augustus Caesar was king of Rome at the tim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

^ ''X '■ v'.;". . sir 19 TEXAS BR I E F NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE CITRUS PACKING PLANT Construction of a new packing plant for the Texas Citrus Fruit Growers' Ex- change has been started at La Feria. SHIP POWDERED MILK One car of processed milk powder has been shipped to the Philadelphia mar- ket from the Tennessee plant at Deca- ture, Texas, preceded by two carloads of sweet cream. AIRPORT FOR KERRVILLE Recently Kerrville's new airport was formally opened. The airport was a gift to the community by Louis Schreiner, a Kerrville banker. The landing field con- tains 118 acres. FINE HOTEL FOR NACOGDOCHES Arrangements have virtually been completed for the erection of an eight- story hotel at Nacogdoches. The new hotel would have 116 rooms and the cost would be approximately $400,000. PESTS IN PECAN ORCHARDS The walnut caterpillar has ruined hundred of pecan trees in Texas in re- cent years, according to C. B. Nickels, associate entomologist, United States Department of Agriculture, at Br...

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

i m their *ey you ~"vc. 'tos icif *% Zt^°\ •°ft, FIRST AIR NAVIGATION IN TEXAS The first successful at- tempt to navigate the air in Texas was -made by Frank Goodall, in a dirigible balloon, October 18, 1909. Starting at the fair grounds in Dallas, the air navigator sailed over the city of Dallas and back again, a distance of about five miles, and descended without acci- dent. The dirigible was 54 feet long and 13Yi feet across. The motive power was furnished by a small gasoline engine which weighed 52 pounds. 0* PLATING Silverware Repmlrin* — Tinning—Gal- Tunisinf. Any article made of metal Plated in Gold. Silver, Bronie, Brau, NickeL Southern Plating Co. Ill Foorth BL, San Antonio, Texas. WE MAKE ALL KINDS OF TESTS. Southwestern Laboratories Amarrio. I)alla«, Fart Worth and Honaton PATENTS Obtained and Trademarks and Copyrights Registered Hardway & Cathey Office 428-29-30 Dankcra Mortfi a lluildinc Ph. Prenton 4790 Honiiton. Tetaa When in DALLA3 Stop at HOTEL JEFFERSON rtMltai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

TEXAS FARM NEWS Americans eat an aver- age ox six ounces of meat a day, according to the In- stitute of American Meat Packers. The statement is based on analysis of meat consumption figures issued by the Department of Ag- riculture. Slightly mora than half of the amount, 314 ounces, is pork. The rest consists of 2% ounces of beef, 1-3 ounce of veal and V4, ounce of lamb. Not withstanding the smallness of the amounts, the annual consumption of meat last year averaged 138 pounds per capita, or a total of more than 16,500,000,000 pounds for the entire popu- lation. To provide plenty of home-grown fruits so that farm families in Fannin county may come up to the standard of adequate diet, Miss Eldridge, home dem- onstration agent for the county, started an orchard and small fruit planting program last year, which has resulted in the planting of 20,570 trees and small fruits by 500 women. The home demonstration clubs of the county set as a goal the planting of at least six kinds of fruits...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

I m BOYS GIRLS Dy AUNT MART CLEVER STUNT NO. 13 Bihnq a (qlobs vi[H V'ateY iti less than. Five ^ccnds IBM, th« bB arl old lifljlt Qjobc under^ab^f arrf br%«k.it off Quickly IH«- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ will fill wth. vat«r ■1 SUNSHINE NEWS. I am always thinking that my little readers want to hear the Sunshine News first of all each month, so we will start the Boys' and Girls' page with this news. There were an un- usual amount of letters for a summer month; also many new members, which we are very happy to welcome into the club. Here are some of the letters: Louise Dugan, Conute, Okla., writes: "I have been reading your boys and girls page for only a short time and find it very interesting. I Would like very much to join your club." Lula Jones, Winchester, Okla., says: "'I am joining your club because I thought it real in- teresting. I thought the poem of Aunt Susan Hughes real pretty." Maye Randolph, Foard City, Texas, says there is a mistake in the initials of Mrs. Jones; they should be N. H. a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 August 1929

w r f in i"iii''i«'i«iij"n SCHREINER INSTITUTE KERItVILLE, TEXAS A fully equipped Modern Junior College for Boys, located in the "Heart of the Hills" of Texas. Four years of High School and two years of College work accepted by all universities and colleges. Large campus, new buildings, modern gymnasium, golf course, athletics and debating under efficient coaches. Individual attention stressed. Small classes. Limited enrollment. A JUNIOR COLLEGE OF THE FIRST CLASS For catalog and pictorial bulletin, address J. J. Delaney, M. A., Litt. D., President, Kerrville, Texas. AIRPLANE FACTORY FOR DALLAS Construction of a plant for the manufacture of airplanes is now under way at Dallas. The plant is to be near Love Field, where four acres of land have been purchased by the company. Plans of the company call for four types of ships to be manufactured, two open and two closed models, all to be monoplanes. Eleven planes a month have been set as the factory output for the first few months after ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 May 1932

I I «#* *!•* V'' Ml*. ^ 7 , lipi ,, / , VOLUME 46 On the "Broadway of America." Napl ■ > •" US ittouitor. MAPLES,-TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1932 On the "Broadway of America NUMBER 101 - 4. -3... * Through Mists of & WrT r great war is a memory now, shrouded in the mist* of year# into which men vanish . . . but out of the rain and the darkness on the long road to Flanders comes the sound of hobnails clanking . . . and faces flash out from the night and fade again . . . men of the diamond, tho gridiron and the track , . , Hank Gowdy, brav-- est of the Braves, the first big leaguer to go . . . Tommy Hitchcock, trading his seat in the sad- dle for a ride on the back of a war eagle . . . John Miljus. he of the wild pitch, tossing fast ball grenades at the pill boxes at Varennes. . .. Red-shirted Shawkey standing by at the sur- render of the German grand fleet. . . . Major Frank Cavanaugh, sitting down to fumble at the shrapnel in his shoulder. . . . Tommy Armour, fighting the darknes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 May 1932

t'if' HH '■fft'.'Vr V." '. >v? ' " H • . THE NAPLES MONITOR Publiahed E^cry Friday _ W. R. WATTS t.iiiered aa second-class mail mat- i. « in the postofTice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. <114 'fV ffl'- I rr •' t:.| | E- I ; I SIJIISCKIPTION ONE YEAR *1.00 t-IX MONTHS 60c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- >:t rted 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 it a favor ao be notified of the fact. Starting Right. There are so many Democratic 'candidates for President that one hardly has time to be sure about the circumstances of their early lives; but at least two are able to ! qualify according to the convention- al standard. Mr. Melvin A Traylor [ and Speaker Garner were not only [born on a farm, as most Congress- imen arrange to be, but in a log .cabin. Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 May 1932

/' ' NEVER FORGOTTEN ver green The memory Of those who Rest in the "Patriot graves Of the nation." Few Survivors of Men Who Marched in Youth's Vigor Sixty-seven ^yeara ago a valiant and victorious array marched In the hey- dny of Its youth along the broad stretches of Pennsylvania avenue In Washington. • That was the beginning of the Grand Army of the Uepubllc. Following the fall of Ulchraond and I.eu'a surrender at Appomattox 'the virtora came to the Capital of the Kutlon, there to bo reviewed by the PivsWlent of the United States, John .1 Duly writes, In the Washington ivnt. Figures vary ns to the number or men who marched In that historic I j.nde—a procession that took fully ij.cfi days In the passing, according in some who witnessed It. Others :;.v the parade was over In a day, t . it stragglers came Into town the i! v after the parade and carried on tiiy march—a gathering of uniformed i it'll that undoubtedly numbered f iiewWre near 50,000. .Men? They were boys, most of II., in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 May 1932

um ANNOUNCEMENTS Personal and Local Happenings Married. James Montgomery went to Hrownwood and was married Sun- day to Miss Vera Williams of that place. The newly married couple came to Naples Tuesday to make their home and are now with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Montgomery. We wish them a long and happy married life. Miss Manola Strickland is visiting relatives and friends in Little Rock- Mrs. S. J. Brooks of Tyler spent one day last week visiting in Naples. i ii 0 • a——aa^— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore and daughter Carolyn of Texarkana were Naples visitors last week. Big reductions at the Fire sale of Furniture in Mt. Pleasant, Now going on and will continue until stock is sold out. E. L. Kiddle Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Peggy Jean, weighing 10 pounds arrived on the 24th to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Will- iams. We are authorised to place the following'names in our announce- ment column, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, July 28, 1932: Mrs. A. Lewis re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1933

/; 1 A'1: i' '■ iv WE DO OUR PART * JftP v - VOLUME 48 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OOTOBER, 6, 1933 On the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 2(1 SURVEY FOR PAVING BROADWAY OF AMERICA <'; investigation, it did not pass but two or three bills Among Work Bihyet'n Naples Omaha Being Pushed. and Recently 'engineers'* have been Uiey surveying Highway No. 1 between Naples and Omaha and drawing up plana for paving the highway. Mr. Itiney, who has beon in charge oI the crew stated the other day that it hia been prac- lIt-ally settled that the paving will follow the present route of the road with the exception of eliminating some of the curves. The plans are expected to be finished, in a week or ten days, Mr. Riney said, and will then be submitted to the Highway Com- mission for final approval. In Naples the survey follows along the general route oil the present road, though in the wes- tern part of town it varies some- what in that the road is to be widened and will f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1933

LJ, J: mm ■ * •' • 3 , iMMi . * i«... * ■" THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday W. R. WATTS riwtered as aecond-class mail mat- '>■ ■ in the poatoffice at Naples, 1 -i.ua, under act of Cmigresa March a, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION UN 10 YEAH $1.00 MONTHS 60c JiVERTlSING RATES on ap- rlicution. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- serted 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 it a favor to b« notified of the fact. its cultivation. It is the small town that will give Individuality to the next generation, just as it has done in the paist. Automo- biles, radios, telephones and a thousand other things have made lural lit).; more attractive. The disillusioned folk who thought that the bright lights were what made life worth while will soon be drifting back to the country, eager to capture once a«ain the iroace, the sincerity, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1933

j| ,.,r^ vl 11 R,"J -if! ■V.>. BEsSd wis. fhe Key to Paradise By COSMO HAMILTON <£'. by McOlnrft Nowwp ftDrr Hytidlcut*. WXi: Mervt.u preswiin hat! made h brave * nhow In her New Vurl; drawing A,fter tea she litul tattoo sev- eral <>r her friends to sec them, nil bii<l out. It wns Knlil Cunningham who, drawn Immediately to the string of pearls, had read tin- card and cried o i Incredulously. "Look, even her litMband has remembered tier birth- day, It seems." Lunch at the ItlU, dinner nt Pierre's, a box party at the opera—the event had heen celebrated as well as It deserved. But Hobart, who had «lven his wife that string, had gone out of town to play golf. This was Lillian's fifth birthday as . Mrs. Curtis Iloburt, But because of something tpilte unintentional, per- il-'i I is, In the tail or ICiiiiS's tcmarl:, ' she found herself looking at life through a window the existence of I which came as a great surprise. Shis' was painfully aware of something in it thnt tugged...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1933

IPT •"* H "m the Uainj/ visited in Interest the Method a contest i to the Woi taken in I.ach new car of it* s Personal and Local Happenings Saturday night and were W. Watt** was a visitor in arkana J. C. McMiehael and family ot Carthage spent last week end with relatives in Naples. few days. T. W. Stewart and Mr. were in Texarkana on Tuesday. Williams business Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls had as their guests Sunday I). C. Kails of Mt. Pleasant and W. 11. Madden of Omaha. married. We wish them a long and happy marriage. Our Kodak finishing is the Our school work is beginnning >est. Bring or mail your films to gain back what we have lost to us, or leave with Leeves Bros, land our Spanish class is improv- Praytor's Studio, jing lots. Mt. Pleasant, Texas. LOCAL HAPPENINGS field High School, :naha Saturday, h being created in ! [iat Sunday School by prisirttinKr of a race Ifl Fair. The trip is frds ahd Packards. member advahces the de fifty miles. Reporter. NAPLES fTF* Tr^ A Naomi Hampton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

■pswja^'' ' mmniaMW*'''- Ap-^< ^ifp ■','' ^5p • w Jtfaple j'i i JHomfor, VOLUME 48 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 2, 1934 Wi DO OUR PAftr On the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 43 m-:w ' Outcome Of Proposed Highway Improvement Uncertain Omalia Says Demands For Right of Way are Unreasonable I mH S l FtM 'W; r:-'- Work in clearing Highway No. 07 through Naples the past week to get it ready for the contem- plated improvement has been pushed as rapidly as possible, with (he result that the work has been filmosl: completed 'to beyond the city limits. There has been a forec of about 30 CWA workers on the job all the time the regulations would permit, with the result that the grading could begin im- mediately if there 'were no other obstacles in the way. t > This particular piece of road that is to be improved under the contract is about 4Va miles in length and reaches from near the eastern boundary of Naples to the western part of Omaha. There is still ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

i <■' *W •J — ass 3 Tumxn Till: NAPLES MONITOR ' IPiublished EveVy (Friday l!y ... W. R. WATTS Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffiee at Naples. Texas, under act of Congress JMarch 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 <S1X MONTHS —. 60c 'ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in 1 searted at any price. We be lieve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreements f we shall consider it a favor to bo notified of the fact. AH bills Texas. payable in Naples, NEWS OF INTEREST IN AND ABOUT OMAH fbPj FOR MY VAOME WORK, "TWO uses roa C30WJ H\C>E [HAk/A/fr SUOes>- AiO \V~ YOO 'TU\HV^ I • ,V\X WRAP Asy/I SON / Having elected new officers the Rocky Point 4-II club boys and girls are looking forward to a successful year. Miss Eva Awtry left Monday for Dallas where she will attend Draughans Business College. Mr. and Mrs. Byrd of Si...

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