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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

>• "-m 1 lbs I . ..J- ■frai** Seminoles Have a Papoose Sh ODD THINGS AND NEW—By Lame Bode Mf Protecting LIGHTHOUSE PROM SUN/ Covers most be placed on the lenses of lighthouses, which other wise focus the son's rays and become huge BURNING glasses dusinc the 0avtime " \ W* mb ; 1 I We are prepared to supply your needs Grass paper The Esparto grass covering THE high plateau of algiers is BEING INCREASE INGLY USED TO MAKE PAPER. J R Stars and space- In space matter is a Billion times scarcer than in air, while in stars it is thou- sands of times 0enc-er than lead. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, noted health specialist, was the chifiJfcklie at a iy how in Miami, Fta., held exclusively for the Seminole Indltd .papooses. The doctor Is shown above examining some of the small children entered In tb« contest, aided by his two nurses, Mrs. 11. P. Cowley and Miss Ange Estelle. WNU HervlCd Goes to Puerto Rico WSK? S'Sffcr' • I PS' ; /rf1 • • til bM. um mem POTPOURRI The Albino The albino, * whethe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

fift! '' >€ ■ ' ■are bk« Personal and Local Happenings Mrs. W. R, Begga and Lee May- haw went the Woodlawn one day the past week to attend the funeral of a n°phew 1G years of axe. Farmers Begin Tilling Soil Program for Iffoy Scouts is Outlined Mis, DeLomia Gibson visited rel-i U is :,n encouraging sign when atives near Sulphur Springs Satur-j™0 se<?s over the country that , , c. j tarmers are beginning to till the day and Sunday. * . soil, KettiOK it ready for Spring J planting. The editor visited relatives near 1,1 lhese distressful times in- Winnsboro Saturday night and Sun- dustri0u9 famer8 realize the nee" dav, and also attended a mail carriers " *& "f in aU the time meeting at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Franklin and Mrs. It. 0. McMichael went to Texarl.a' a Monday, to take a child of Mr. and Mrs. Franklins for an coming season. possible toward producing crop, and from what is to be seen on some places there are many who are determined to take ad- vantage of every op...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

■ t'H ' if I °4ik •;f • BIB c. ® • . •>, «*•. V U '4 " I MAGAZINE SECTION M • firs ''Sffii r 1,( *4.„^«UV *f—T ^,1 mam wmmM .a. ,, v r, ,.,( , . • :'rHv - /'/ i v ■■ '■ • ' ff";.< '' ":-V'| MB . - , ,M *• u VOLUME 51. On the "Broadway of America.' Jttomtor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1934. On the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 34. A BOARp oftMH amd a HURTLED AW, \SNT TH/ST "TOO BAD -I HOPE HE l&N'T HURT ^BMS! SNOWDRIFT. AMVm COMING I ! Q — "R - M - t5raiN c«?f^o^F- - S4 H MAR.V: WHAT WILL THAT CHILp ORACj HOME MEXT ? HEY MISTER., HEY/ YOUR PI <3 FELL. OUT" COME ON BACK. / OH -HE 5 KEEPING ON <30INKa - HE CAN'T HEAR ME. HE VbN T HURT A B\T Jmms AN*P \ <aL>ESS HE'S Jglm* MY PlCx HEY, MOM — T MM? ^ A| $ !!/fl OUR. VCVTCMENI! THE \DEA OF A PICj \N OUR. WTCHEKi VOU CAN'T LEAVE HIM HERE/ NO-NOU CAN T PUT "THAT* Pt<& N WITH VANtUJk- SHE'D STEP ON HIM OR. K\CK HISA OR. SOMETHING AND VOU CAKi'T PUT vcn, UMjtfftS! iE IPEA— BRlMCr Sfc & HIM BACK. I c 7 s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

"Old Curiosity Shop" and Museum Fire-arms and arrow-heads. By C. L. DOUGLAS Fori Worth, Texas. (Copyright, '1934, by the Home Color Print Co.) T Cleburne, Texas, is an old curiosi- ty shop the equal, in many re- spects, of the "Old Curiosity Shop" made famous by Charles Dickens. It is owned by W. J. Layland, for many years a resi- 1 dent of Texas and of Cleburne. Mr. Lay- land's pet hobby has been the collecting of curios and this collection is 46 years old, including many relics, ancient and modern; it now rep- resents a real mu- seum. None of. the hundreds of articles in the collection are for sale. Layland keep3 the museum merely for his own pleasure. Call for any In- dian relic, from any tribe, and Mr. Lay- land can show it to you. He has, for in- stance, 20,000 arrowheads from all over the continent, 250 tomahawks, beaded skirts from the Sioux, engraved tablets from Jthe Mayas, head-dresses from a score of other tribes, barbaric jewelry, pottery and crude farming implements. Ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

CURR I Received a Shower lN the December number of the the Magazine Section I confined my writing to "Christmas Reflec- tions." In one of the paragraphs I endorsed the sending of Christmas cards and asked the readers to send me a Christmas greeting. I thought possibly a dozen might respond, but I hadn't the least idea of the shower I was to receive. I have just counted them and there are 422. At least, one- half of those sending cards also en- closed letters. The sentiments expressed were exceedingly kind. Many of the letters were from those "older grown" who remembered their own Christmases of younger days, and it seems mine, as 1 had depicted it, was characteristic of many others of the old South. I was especially pleased that so many children remembered me and wrote me words of cheer. Looking over the postmarks on the envelopes, I find 31 States are rep- resented. One letter from far-off Maine from a rtian past the allotted time of life by ten years, gave me peculiar pleasure. I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

w •mm mmm§ TEXAS NEWS MEMOIRS COMPILED Memoirs of the late Judge Alexander Terrell, Texas statesman, have been compiled by the Texas Book Club under the title: "From Texas to Mexico and the Court of Maximilian in 1865." Judge Terrell was responsible for the Terrell Election law, and was co-author of the bill providing for the founding of the University of Texas, as well as measures creating several other of the State in- stitutions in and near Austin, BAIT SET FOR 50,000 COYOTES Cattlemen, sheep raisers and farmers of Midland, Ector, Martin and Andrews counties have pooled efforts to rid their communities of coyotes. They are be- ing assisted by Eddie B. Ligon, assistant predatory animal control chief for the U. S. Biological Survey. About the mid- dle of the month they were issued 50,- 000 poisoned baits—at a cost of one cent per bait—-to be set out throughout the four counties. It is hoped the poison will rid the counties of the animals which have been killing livestock, MONEY SOU...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

m TYPEWRITERS We have some bargains in good used typewriters. Also ribbons for all makes typewriters. Typewriter Supply Co. 808 Main Street Fort Worth, Texas. ASTRONOMY COURSE OFFERED A popular astronomy course, with mathematics eliminated and pre-requisites discarded to make it open to freshmen stu- dents, will be offered at the University of Texas during the spring semester. Mathe- matics will be replaced by a study of the elementary principles of the physical and chemical properties of the heavenly bodies. Three- fourths of the time will be spent on the siderial universe and one-fourth on the solar system, with the added aim familiarizing the students with the constellations and their mythology. An obser- vation hour will be held once a week to enable the students to use the telescope in the new astronomical observatory atop the new building. Lecture periods will be illustrated with lantern slides. OFFICIAL DECLINES SALARY RAISE An increase in salary has been refused by W. A. But...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

/•:'W Want Advertisements READ TKEM -You May Find What Ypu Want TEXAS FARM REPORTS Collin county ranks seven- teenth in the United States in the production of onions. FARMS AND RANCHES POULTRY AND EG6S TKX AS $50,000.00 Worth of ftrtn und city ptfoperty. elear. to exchunit" for rftxuh land*. Will iw- ounie bomc debt. M. M. HERRING* K00 WholMuU: Merchants Building* Dullat., Texas. 6 ACRES >Urdiu County farm land fftft* i'uyabit* f> do'vu, 91 per w«ek, Virgin Boil. Wonderful oil prospect and leaned for drilling. ' ibert> hell Farms, 002 West lildg., Houston, Texan, GOOD, improved Motley Co farm, 1M iicrvti, with good live stock, tools and feed, «U for the price of the land; near town; a bargain if aold soon. JOHN FERGU- SON. Roaring Springs, Texas. TKN-ACKE grapefruit, orange grove, e\fn-year-old good house, worth $7,000; price only $K,500. Tom Bowman, Har- j 1 in gen. Texan. MISSOURI FOR SALE—40 or b0. well improved; no trade or rant. A. Burke, Norwood, Mo. 80 ACRES—Wvll imp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

% ■ m ONE YOUNG MAN DID IT, WHY NOT 1 In a small Central West Texas city recently, a young man twenty-tour years of nge, without previous insurance exper- ience, earned over $200.00 during his first month as our repre- sentative. If you are interested, have the character and are willing to work, write us for details, giving your age, present occupation and references. State Reserve Life Insurance Co. FORT WORTH, TKXAS. "THE COMPANY OF CHARACTER." COTTON QUESTION ANSWERED The question of who may sign one of the new 1934-35 cotton contracts may always be answered by deciding who has control of the land in 1934 and 1935. The government seeks to take 6,420,000 acres of cotton land out of production in 1934. The Secretary of Agriculture is ready to contract with the men who have that land in control for 1934. There is no question about the eligibility of farmers who operate their own land to sign contracts, nor about the .necessity of landlords signing, except where a landlord has rented...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1934

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1934

■ i BSM VOLUME 48 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, IEBRUARY, 16, 1934 On the "Broadway of America." Monitor; Wl DO OUR PART On the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 45 All Those Attacked Are i Being Treated. Omaha, Tex.—Twelve persons arc known to have been attacked Monday by a dog afflicted with Hydrophobia. .The dog was a small bull dog belonging to J. E. Parham. Mon- day it began to net quearly, but the owner did not think the dog had rabies. Even after it had attacked some persons Mr. Par- ham was still reluctant to be- lieve the dog was afflicted and permitted it to have its freedom. The attack of the twelve per- sons took place at various places in Omaha Monday afternoon. Those who were known to have been bitton were treated by Dr. E. Y. Anthony and Dr. R: D. Moore of Omaha. All of the injuries were slight, Dr. Anthony said, thouRh all are being given '"the serum treatment. Those attacked were Mrs. Al- bert Lyle, Bud Davis, Robert Mc- Dowell, J. E) Parfrajm, Sonny Parham and wife and Mrs. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1934

%■> jlffe • - hm ■: '; te\& . I ■B&f' ' KR -" • P" 1 l!y - "■ ■ 11.1-". THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every (Friday ... W. R. WATTS F|V'; TWfl !' "v —1 ■■■ Entered «is sccond-cltiss mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March !' , 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR j. SIX MONTHS $1.00 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication, No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- - sorted 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 we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. |tCH DREW AMI? YOU SAy y PPAYER M\GfV\T \AOV Asour VOU, fp mnior r fj ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 l—* WJEU/, TWEf^E- V SOME augwttt \ POKJrV \VAN*T* ANYtW\N6f 5 a est REPUBLICAN BOOK OPENS CWA ATTACK Continued from first page All bills Texas. payable in Naples. IIOG AND HOMINY Everything good to eat except hominy has had public notice since the return of l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1934

ODD THINGS AND NEW—By Lame Bode Mans GREAr&sr heat/ Highest measured sustained temperatures liVtR REACHED by man are 5,500°?, nearly 300° a0ove boiling. 1 \n pa l-'LOOR COATING- A mew COATING por floors resists abrasives ano has a pigment three times harder than steel. WEATHER WORDS A CATALOGUE OP WEATHER T IN THE U.S. weather Bureau has 15,000 ITEMS. fit CMH ,'l I, WNU Survico For Older Women '.r fjfi, h <<*: M —————— Library on Four Leg* I Km SsSffifcS iisl! i Travel In Macedonia la difficult and the fiiruiers nr<; unable ««Snernlly (o get lo it library, so the Near East foundation takes the lilirnry to the farmers. Nine outfits llko that shown above operate In the 54 villages In fcvhleh the foundation carries on an extension program for tlio benoflt of farmers, most of whom are newly settled on land now being drained by American'engineers. Bahai Marriage Ceremony Chief essence o: friendship Is to dr sire to make youi friend happy; and I' dies like a tre< struck by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1934

lit m m ■ iMf; ; Personal and Local Happenings Mrs R. G. Pyle of Haynesville, La., and Miss Lena Bell Pyle of At- lanta viaited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strickland Saturday. Rev. C. L. Porter and daughter Miss Fa ye of Annoa were in Naples Monday. Strayed, from Naples on Decem- ber 21st one small blue mare left with bridle on. Reward for infor- mation loading to recovery. H. J. Vissering. Miss DeLomia Gibson is visiting relatives near Sulphur Springs this week end. * Mrs. Willie Hood of Quinton Ala. Mrs. Wesley Thomas and Miss Evelyn Gilstrap of Dequeen Ark., visited in the home of Mrs. Hood brother, A. Lewis. County Commissioner G. C. Floyd attended the regular monthly meet- ing of commissioners court in Dain- gerfield Monday. Naples Boy Scouts Hear Roosevelt's Radio Message As per prtarrangement, the Boy Scouts of Naples assembled last Saturday at the residence of J. II. Watts to listen to the address over the radio by Presi- dent Roosevelt to the Boy Scouts cf America. The message by t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1934

*• '} f-H R MitwUm F3HKMK rv • ajjle „ . Isf •'<":• S *<v; $%<<*) I </ ; I On the "Broadway of America.1 MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, K3BRUARY, 23,1934 On the "Broadway of America." es Makes Preparations Ror Another Big Trade Day NUMBER 46 Many Valuable Prizes To Be. Given Away; Entertainment For All. mm I I i Kt- I Naples is making preparations for a big trade day here on Tues- day, March 6. In addition to the regular fea- tures that are usually held on Naples tirade days, there are to bo several athletic evonts for men, women and children. Mahy worth-while cash prizes will be distributed, in whiehi everyone will lie given a chance to share. Naples is preparing to take care of a Lu'ge crowd that day. Hundreds haVe profited by at- tending the trade days in Naples in addition to the enjoyment the entertainment featur«3 have pro- vided, and many look forward to this day with anticipation of be- ing hero to share in its benefits and enjoyment. Among the special features for Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1934

m, rS - *>,/. ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR 1 Published Every (Friday By — W. It. WATTS Enterei ,i as second-class mail mat- ter in tbe postofTice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March !?, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . $100 SIX MONTHS 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. 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 subscribers have i found any of our advertisers | not fulfilling their agreements I we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. •Ac AV, \s ^ TVWT MICE:? % \ HEARD A BURQlAfc^ OKIE MAUC YOU SKOUUQ HA^E. seen me <5oikjq vcMuSrm • f . ^jid. Tuose ) ■ JBSif • Stands y / (^yUv Wv \ ^ TV^E 0\Qj ] U y / 1",, ©UftSWAR^ UP OM -TVAE !$$) VlNt^C p^,'r : K'&PP P;#% J5*. P?,:" - B'"*? All bills Texas. payable In Naples, H NEWS OF INTEREST IN AND ABOUT OMAHA General New# and Persona Mention; School News. By Ruby Jo Jones Omaha, Feb. 21.—The Interme- diate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1934

"*■>-V '! AND NEW-By Lame Bode Sealed gold fish- Golopish have lived in sealed globes as long as 3 months, grow/ng WATER plants their only food. Free GuiJL _ Stream heat/ ■Extensive experiments are being made to deter- mine how much tropical heat is carried By the Gulf Stream to northern lands each day. SJMfl College colds- College students have on the average s colds per year 25E umTSUS of ' ",ryE >CSS THAN ONE a year . WNU Sitrvlc* Blessing of Animals at Los Anglles SHOULD YOUNG PEOPLE GO TO COLLEGE? By LEONARD A. BARRETT Rooting Out Graft I 1 | JpV; w k The question is frequently nslted, "Is higher education a necessity?" Esti- mating I he cost plus the four yearn spent In acquiring n college education niurty young poo- life' ' 1 pie seriously ques- ,lon " that money and time could not otherwise bo placed to a better advtui- I age. The argu- ment Is frequently advanced not only by young peoplo but by parents as well, why not start one's career with only ii high school diplo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1934

i //' / /' // / / • / / • • ".'/"'y ll t'.'V ' , .... 1 .... Personal and Local Happenings I Strayed, from Naples on Decem- ber 21 at one small blue mare mule Left with bridle on. Reward for information leading to recovery. H. J. VisBoring. O. A. Tabb, Hale Parker, E; A. Strickland, W. N. Ellia, and 0 )D. Nolfen attended the Masonic meetiiw in Tepc^rkanii Wednes- day night. O. II. Itodes and Mrs. M: L. Allen of Ejnory wait visiting friend ? in Nnples yesterday. They were former residents of [Naples, Mrs. Allen, being Miss Fronie Rodes before her mar. riage. Harold Smith of Texarkana visit- ed Lis mother and relatives in Na- ples Sunday. J. H. French and G. E. French of Daingerlield were in Naples on business one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hampton and son of Douglassville and Mrs. J. T. Barker and son of Texarkana spent the week end with Mrs. Jim- mie Payne of Tyler. mi Cold Wave Hits Naples MRS. MARY ENTERTA A EVES BGE PARTY NOTICE J. C. Heard of Daingcrfield was in Naples o...

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

■ ' WI DO OUtt Pa*T MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH, 2,1934 On the "Broadway of America. On the "Broadway of America. VOLUME 48 NUMBER 47 I MAKE THEIR ESCAPE IN CAR BUT ARE LATER CAPTURED They Are Placed In Jail In Daingerfield Part of Loot Is Recoveren isr / ffi I? 1 Y ■ % ' I Omaha, Tex., Feb. 28.--Two youthful bandits, the oldest 15) years old, robbed the Taylor and Beasley filling station in the western part -of Omaha Tuesday ui, 3:80 p. m. and took about $19 from tho cash register. The two robbers drove up to the filling station and asked that water bo put in their car. One of them remained in the car white the othel' got out and went into tho station house and stood by the stove a few minutes un- til the other oho came in with i> shotgun and ordered "hands up. Mr. J. T. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Beasley were in the station at the time. With some reluctance they obeyed the order of tho bandits while one of the bandits opened the cash register and took what money was in it. A...

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

a TJ1E NAPLES MONITOR (Published Every (Friday By W. It. WATTS Entered us second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS $1.00 _ 50c ADVERTISING ItAJES on ap- plication. 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 subscribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreements we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples, Texas. Mrs. T. E Jennings home Sunday Mr. Jonathan Taylor of Texar- kana visited his brother H. Tay- l ir during his illness last week. Miss Hazel Rice of Com- merce visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Rice latter part of last week, and was accompanied to Commerce by her sister, Mrs. Syble Northam, who spent week end with her. ^ , Misses Mary Rice and Ermen- true Pratt, teachers, highwayed it to Hughes Springs last Friday...

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