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

11 —I v.-'rj' mPIBUr W ODD THINGS AND NEW—By Lame Bode =?! WORLDS LOW STANDARDS- Of the two billion! people on earth, less tham two hundred million a standard op living equal to- that OP an American garage mechanic enjoy Cool FIAME- A match may be set inside of a flaaae without igniting, The flame is hot only where it ig nites with the external alrt Fastest blades in A new aiodern Mew Ji-rsey turbine whirl 13 miles per minute, FASTEST /0-/0 V T* JWNG EXCfePT FOR BULLETS. WMJ service E A GREAT ASSET By LEONARD A. BARRETT ABBY GERTIE $ii$K -&l v;i >>• •<. 'ma HSO U • I'AT, Off, ''Practice makes pcrrect—cavn^eo out of people if it's sajcapiior.a prac- tice." Pretty Spring Model ME * saE&Ss; sBB^v '3SK3 ' '• ' w , w - &f *? W * Hil H sif ill KSI KMS**4" "75* C'i est attention during months. I believe tho which Have been they are very substa be consolidated and, ii possible, made pcrma do this, however, rca sura nee of crop limit be obtained. 'In this objective, majo...

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

m wmm i y%- w iMJSSRM "'" . sis' m =B- IWEBfit s liU - Am "*11*'^ Personal and Local Happenings Next Tuesday Is Trade MrB. J. P. llargett and Everett Spencer is viaitin their parents near Day Kevp in mind that Tuesday is Jrade Day in Naples, and you are invited to come and witness and participate in the entertain- ments and prizes. Something to interest everyone. Little Miss Anna .Louise Rob ierts is visiting her grandparchts in Terrell. Mr. and Mrs. E. C Pennington of Garland visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bead the past week end. Mr. and MrsT A. B. Childs, Mr and Mrs. Ted Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coker attended i meeting of the Northwest Louis- iana Bankers Association in Shreveport Thursday of las' week. They all report an inter- esting and instructive meeting, Mr. Childs saying it was one of the best meetings he has ever attended. jj J FRANK HOWELL FOR ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR — We are authorized to announce J. Frank Howell as a candidal for Tax Assessor and Collector for Morris Co...

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

• A . ME 48 On the "Broadway of America." ■ >' f*- ' ,, Mm.,; r f MAPLES, TEXAS, FR ^ —-r*. SeS^-v-: " ' >'w K1!'B , V >' , MAGAZINE SECTION JflipleB Monitor. VOLUME 51. On the "Broadway of America.' NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1934. ajV'-t ,c mM On the "Broadway of America. NUMBER 3S. r LOCAL! NDSCH itfarch l: Gibson, .V Ion and •I s were tl J heir pare J < iiljson. Hiclu ojL'J ,*y Sunday tof Mr. an lildren v lumber All rep e and s< to. celcbi day Mare nd Mrs I Mrs. Abi 'eek end Longview vfr.s. Paul visited t . c. i). no ydrey ans MiJI ets of M Lel'twle^ |l?eedev ■'II. his fro'' Hoi' i 18th at o be S'ut lember y Sundn iarp ha- improvii No -No-.soDrt - Vou CANT COM hi iM _ ms -Voo H&vee w iPe VooiQ. FEET AMD VOL) -rreA<2^ UP PLOOf?- cousiN ^Mrap^t> OUT" Voo .DO^T iMTo -H-ouse MOM -SA^S -He. *T"ieA-ct^ EtVere>/T4i<M<3 Ma«Y# TOO Must* kfeeP TffAT DitKrW op Vootas our of -tfouse _ - +je op M <JT~T~ \ T: ±J WjmjgU ■ Mf \ L®fp^pi MlptT mutt -4-OVv...

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

fvsr I . ame Tree With Fighting Bobcat By WILLIAM ASHUR Pioneer and Former Ttiis Hanger. Austin. Texas. As Told to DAN STORM r 107 Neches St.. Austin, 'iexns. (Copyright. 1934, by the Home Color Print Co.) 2z EADERS of the Magazine Section have been entertained the last few months by personal ex- perience stories of William Ashur, a 78-year-old pioneer and former Texas ranger, who now resides at Austin, Texas. Mr. Ashur is of German descent and was among the first German fam- ilies to settle around New Braunfels and 1 Fredericksburg, in the late fifties and early sixties. He grew to manhood on the frontier, loved its rugged life and had many narrow escapes from savages and wild beasts. In the following story Mr. Ashur tells of an exciting experi- ence he and a companion had while hunting with dogs in the bottoms of the Guadalupe river, near New Braunfels: When I was a big overgrown boy liv- ing in New Braunfels, Texas, we had a neighbor by the name of Shmidt who had rather hunt than...

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

<1 s«t "II JJ. CI Cf ei ei cl si di ir n si if tl b © © t It a 0 1 d I I i i e < i 1 j i ] 1 ■J- On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, I N17MBE • * CURRENT COMMENT Easter ]HE inmost heart of man hears and feels the attraction of a life be- yond, as the woodland brook hears the call of the distant sea and hastens on to meet it. Regardless of creed there is in the heart of mankind everywhere the desire, the hope, that after this life there is another where justice reigns and love sits enthroned. That hope enables us to live and gives us courage to die. To the believer in Christ this hope approaches a certainty. He sees in the story of those women who went to Joseph's new tomb, a Risen Christ and an assurance of immortality for all those who believe on His Name. That belief has caused men to go smiling to the stake, has builded our civilization, has constructed institutions of learning, erected hospitals, nerved millions on the battlefield to die for right and justice, has...

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

m BRIEF TEXAS W LLEWELYN SETTER ARRESTED had an unusual c Si k o A/ |Je«s" Sheriff Lee Boyd prisoner in a cell in the Anderson coun- ty jail. He didn't like hia charge—a Llewellyn setter bird d<)g—any more than the prisoner liked him. Two men claimed the dog, and until ownership couia be settled In court the sheriff was custodian of the dog. NEW USE FOR BELL An old locomotive brass bell that once warned people of the approach of a freight train on the "Katy," now beckons the citizenship of Hillsboro to church services. It hangs in the belfry of the new Woodbury Baptist Church. President M. H. Cahill made the dona- tion at the suggestion of members of the congregation. OLD COINS ATTRACT VISITORS A collection of 358 old coins from al- most every country of the world, some of them ante-dating the Christian era, attracts more visitors than any other display in the Panhandle Plains His- torical Society museum at Canyon. The constant daily stream of visitors spends more time gazing at ...

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

djli ME 48 On the "Broadway of America." f Ell « ' Tf i ■ '■ -.rr~- S3 ONE YOUNG MAN DID IT, WHY NOT YOU? In a small Central West Texas city recently, a young man twenty-four years of age, 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. FOKT WOHAH, TEXAS. •THE COMPANY OF CHARACTER." TEXAS RETAIL SALES INCREASE Dollar sales in 91 Texas re- tail stores during December were 56 per cent above tho.se in November, and 22 per cent above December, 1932. The average increase in sales from November to December dur- ing the past several years has been 52 per cent. Sales for the entire year of 1933 were a fraction of 1 per cent above 1932. Cities in which sales for 1933 were greater than in 1932 are: Port Arthur, Abi- lene, Wichita Falls, San An- gelo, Houston, Da...

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

"/ :<r: ■ ■ ■Mm* ss>. ■ • • Want Advertisements READ THEM~You May Find What You Want FARfcS AND RANCHES TEXAS WANTED To list from owr, ers Fsrran and Ranches you wish to sell, to offer bonafide buyers, prices must be right, W. E. BASS. 305 Burk Burnett Bldg., Fort Worth, Texas. L1AC.K to the farm, is heuid on every hand. Great bargains to be had <n tAK-Mi) and RANCHr-S, large or small, two tine colon- ization tracts of tillable land. Lei us uv.au your farm, regardless of where located, wnti full information firrt ieU-'r. Special Attention to i'ioim of Texas nd New Mexico. WALL'S REALTY EXCHANUfi, WALL BLDti., LUBBOCK, fEXAH. 10-ACRE ranch, 6-room modern, 6 out buildings, electric pump, aoundant free water, gas, wonderfully equipped for poul- try and rabbits. City school district; iron post fencing; reasonable cash payment, re- mainder 6 per cent. Consider unimproved land. F. E. HORNE, Wichita tails, Texas. 6 ACHES Hardin County farm land tDD Payable *<i do'vn, II per wee...

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

M - <, Pj .40 On the "Broadway of America." ■ MAPLES, TEXAS, IS It la u H as Ifter sni- I las felled shot iing first fsscd ick I who me. j)Ut I filled like in a Miss was ! f ore- dead ' the how but were "1 ■>> i'«? M — ~ NUM FIVK RESTAURANTS fjfrrinf Fine Food—and Choice DHnUi (ft# Tv. "In the Center of Thlnra"—ST. LOUIS 18.50 up Single 14.00 up Double BOND FOR COTTON SAMPLERS I Provision has been made i for the licensing and bonding | of cotton samplers under the United States Cotton Stand- ards Act. The measure was amended in the last CongresB to extend to cotton growers and others additional facili- ties for the classification of their cotton according to the official standards. The Secre- tary of Agriculture was au- thorized to issue to any quali- fied person upon presentation of evidence of competency, a license to sample cotton. Au- thority also was given to re- quire bond from licensed samplers. The provision for licensing - samplers is expected to in- crease the val...

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

• . .. fi , • MW > i: ' i v , &3 . v . .. - is what a woman asks for when buying salt in France. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— WHEN IT ' RAINS IT POURS IODIZIO OR PLAIN END FRECKLES AND IEADS,Qfflff No matter how dull and dark your com- plexion, how freckled and coarsened by ■un and wind, Nadinola Bleaching Cream, tasted and trusted for Over a generation, will whiten, clear and smooth your skin to new beauty. Just apply tonight; no massaging, no rubbing. Nadinola begins its beautifying work while you sleep. Then day-by-day improvement until your com- plexion is creamy white, satin-smooth, lovely. No disappointments; no long waiting; money back guarantee. At toi- let counters, or by mail postpaid, only fiOo. Nadinola, Bo* 6W-9 Varis, Tenn. oNad^nsAa^kacmngCrcam TEXAS TELESCOPE MIRROR CAST The mirror for the second largest telescope in the world, under construction in the Davis mountains, was cast successfully about the middle of the month at Chica...

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

Map HR 48 m y On the "Broadway of America." 1*r- NAPLES, TEXAS, Morris (Bounty Sheriff To — - 10,1934 On the "Broadway of America." NUM J. B. PONDER IS ENDORSED BY BOTH TEXAS SENATORS Suppor The Naples Monitor last week j Wednesday evening and in con- propbesiod* that a recommonda- versation with a Naples Monito tion for U. S. Marshal for thej representative he stated that he Eastern district of Texas would j is proud of his friends all over be mr.rio probably that day or Tex a ■ and Uiat he expects tie the next. jiry to prove his appreciation by Friday word was roceived that otfdeavoring to make East Texav J. IJ. Ponder, sheriff of Morris j the best Marshal in its history. County, had been selected by And we believe h^ has the stuff Senators Sheppard odn Connally in him to do it. its the man they would recom- J A . to where he will mako hi mend for the position, and that headquarters, he says he has no', recommendation has been made decided, nor.has he decided upon by these Senator...

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

. 'S ■-1 ■■ , it ■ NAPLES MONITOR i,Published Every (Friday By ... W. R. WATTS Entered an second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March I!, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS $1.00 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- sea-tod 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. AH hills Texas. payable Naples, DELINQUENT TAX WEEK Junior Chambers of Commerce of T.exai sponsor ^beginning Marchl 9 "Delinquent Tax Week" in which a drive* will be made tc educate the public to the need ol squaring old accounts with the collector. Utilizing the vlogbn that a paid tax does not brec othgjr taxes, the Junior Chambei'f point out that there is some $20,- 000,000 in real and personal prop- erty delinquent in the many taj ass...

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

r>m —' JS.r'L'?, _".T" I ODD THINGS AND NEW-By Lame Bode Political Announcemi Blister rust/ California sugar PINfcSj IMPORTANT FOR TIMBER, ARE THREATENED WITH Till? BLISTER RUST DISEASE WHICH HURT PROFITABLE WHITIr PINE PLANTING IN THE EAST, 1 r Diamond HARD In spite of chemical AD- vances, the diamond REMAINS hardest op all substances. frv: Owl. FOOD Owls are natural enemies OF bats. 'A [Cupyil-itw. tHf.bf The lac. MICKIE SAYS "We're Sunk Unless We Think" By nts Wo are authorized to place the nouncement column, subject to CASS COUNTY County Superintendent MABERN I). HUMPHREY D. H. BOON F. F. A. BOYS LISTEN TO RADIO PROGRAM im& LEONARD A. BARRETT A salesgirl in one of our largo da- jpartnlent stores was recently quoted f as having said, "This world crisis lias waked me up. I never before liad I bought or read about public af- fairs. 1 never even bothered about how [ voted. But now l see that we are all sunk unless we all think." This eco- nomic crisis has wakened up a lot of ...

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

i -. / isnea 532S??SWSB&2££g3S3 Happenings Personal ame da\ SANITARY WORK DONE IN 'State Aid an Stale Ik-part tion, M Toilets ; ;-X .. y-±'./■:<>" . idy and Inn last wuek ng the birth- i vantfmothei w lalisoHVirgi 'eomiug*the Wi and Mrs. It. I', Lowery Dalian visitor:! Sunday, (SURPRISE SHOWER Mrs. W. W. Harwell was hostess to a group of friends at her home Tuesday afternoon with a surprise handkerchief nhower and quilting party honoring her daughter Mrs. C. V. Henderson of this city. Those attending included: Mrs. H. D. Moore, Mrs. M. J. Mathews, Mrs. J. M. Lowery, Mrs. Dick Por. ter, Mrs. W. H. Morgan, Mrs. Hardy Chesser, Mrs. Bernice White- cotton, Mrs. Delia Walker, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Miss Delise Stewart. Mrs. C. C. Davis, Mrs. Forest Rob- j erts, Mrs. E. L. Coker, Mrs. Ted Mathews, Mrs. Grover Floyd, Mrs. Tom Shaddix, Mrs. A. B. Childs, Mrs. C. V. Henderson, and the hostess. Dr. Ellis of Mt. Pleasant was in Navies Tuesday attending meeting of the Morris-Titus County ...

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

! 9> Pte hs?®* .: i qii Y • v, . 5 rffli- _- ■ otbb J*W .• •■• * ; Jt . : >;JKM .." ,V"-' " '< I w .> *Jj • "! mt« |Hi IBB p . ^ f ' #' ■ '' ' !"l". .lfJ' V ns rapt y -;;:.: W ' 8I)C Naples VOLUME 48 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, M POLITICAL COMMENT FROM WASHINGTON Information From Washington; Old Ai*e Pensions; Trade Cotton for Cotton Cloth; iBy Wright I'atman) 1 The Bankhead Bill. Washington, March 21.—For the first time in the "history of our government, any citizen can write the U. S. Information Ser- \ ice, Corrynerrial JNational Bank Rlilg., Washington, D. C., and get information about any govern- mental activity. This service is primarily for 'visitors, but >any one may obtain tihe desired in- formation by mail without send ing postage. "Useful ser- vice is intended to assist people in locating the particular board bureau or department that they shoulfl communicate with: Very few people realize how difficult it is to learn the particular ...

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

NAPLES MONITOR ; 1 (Published Eve'ry (Friday W. R. WATTS JEntered an second-class mail mut- Jter in the postoft'ice at Naples. Texas, under act of Congress (March :i, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1-00 £1X 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 found any of our adversers not fulfilling their agreements we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. JED C ADAMS QUITS W PARTY COMMITTEE Em — Follows Roosevelt's Edict to Na- tional Leaders. .led C. Adams, a member of the Board of Tax Appeals, has resigned as Democratic National Committeeman from Texas, in icsponse to President Roosevelt's insistence that national commit- teemen shall not be active in Fed- rial public service. Mr. Adam's irjtpignation, sent to Mr. *Farley, was datod May 10, just after he had been ap- ing agriculture and public work W. Dye p...

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

i' COUNTY DIRECTORY i! ,t i''r~mz.zz.rszMi.zrTr-T-T*iti-iJtgttrrrtwr'rrTiir'i*tir"rW~-i-i'**rTi'-r'ri'rT—r-,l ~Jx t i Mi DISTRICT OFFICIALS I. N. Williams, district judge J. A. Cook, district attorney 'mi 9 ' COUNTY OFFICIALS W. Z. IJeagley, county judge J. Frank Howell, tax collector C. L. Pratt, county clerk J. 1$. Ponder, county flh.riff Jimmio D. Toague, treasurer George E. French, attorney JRosa C. Conly, district clerk N. G. Robinson, fcix assespor —o— County Commissioners O. S. Hervey, precincts 1 & (> Allen Cross-land, precinct 2 W. S. Simpson, precinct 3 G. C. Floyd, Precincts 4 & f PRECINCT 4 OFFICIALS J. M. Davis, justice of the peace , Bon Garrett, constable) M. Wright, deputy sheriff C. E. Robinson, pub. weighei NAPLES CITY OFFICIALS Ccuncil Z. Z. Smith, mayor Leon Cokcir, clerk A. I). Story, alderman M. J. Mathews, alderman W. A. Giles, alderman Sam Robison, alderman CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist R. G. Behrman, pastor Mrs. Mary Le/eves, clerk C. F, Floyd, treasur...

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

:A* S "• '"v. , mmmd„ «y^ ; w^nr«3gg v a "-•' t Personal and Local Happenings USua?-- -——sn aa ■ asii> Mr. and ami little so Mo. is vial parents, Mi. CAROLYN LOUISE GAUNTT On page 2 of this issue of The NapU n Monitor you will see the Eaatei ad of 3 Beail Bros. 3 of Mt, Pleasant. These people in- Last Thursday evening the twe vite you to visit them when in months old baby jrirl of Mr. and Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. Joe Gauntt died of whoop- ing cough. Bob Talley and Jeff Talley of The little girl was just twe Omaha visited relatives in Naples months {and two^ hours old, Wednesday. !havin* been born January 1B' a 6 o'clock a. m. Mr, J. A. Palmore of Dekalb | Funeral services were at tfu accompanied by IhOr daughter, Naples Baptist Church at 2:3C Mrs Spurgeon Hatchel, and lit-(Friday afternoon, conducted by tie 'son of Henderson, visited ,Rev. R. G. Behrman, pastor o' Wednesday 'and yesterday. Baptist church and Key. K. .1 ' (Davis, pastor of the Methodis The Methodist Missionary So ^churc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

wm ®l)c Jtfaplc# Monitor. VOLUME 49 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAf, APRIL, 13,1934 On the "Broadway of America.1 W« DO OUfl FART NUMBER 1 Work On Highway 1, Omaha to Naples May Soon Begin ■ ■ j$ ) tTS ARE BEING MADE TO CLEAR RIGHT OF WAY' m4 i ■ I l ■ j I I ■ Ha I 1 Work between Omaha and Naples on Highway No. 67 is expected to begin shortly, ac- cording to reports from those in c'hauge of securing the right of way. Progress has been retarded for several weeks on account of obstructions 111 Naples ami Omaha. There has been some hitch in getting these obstruc- tions removed. However, the Mayor of Omaha states that a satisfactory agree- ment 'has been reached between the officials of that town and /the Highway Commission and work in removing the obstruc- tions there has already begun and is expected to be finished shortly. y There is still some controversy in regard to obstructions in Na- ples that the Highway Commis- sion insist* on being removed EfventuM satisfa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

THE NAPLES MONITOR 1 Published Every (Friday By W. R. WATTS Entered n« second-class mail mat- ter In tho postolfice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1379. 1 AW, \vMC OF TV-V D Af'P/W It?, BAP ' LIFE <S9^S Ltsfi HI-LITES Mildred Strickland, Associate Ed. Hampton, Editor Naomi rnoop 42 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS $1.00 . 50c lUPrtCH-DlMff TWE :]FAM1L>/ HONOR- 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 found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreements we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. All bills Texas. payable in Naples, Home Demonstration Clubs Meet With A,Tent. The home demonstration club women and club girls of Cass County will meet in a regular meeting with the home agent as follows: April 10, Da'lton, 10:00 a. m. girls; 2 p. m. women, yeast,bread April 17, Sardis, ...

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