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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

s$3i ■ J :'r IV NEWS OF INTEREST IN AND ABOUT OMAHA General News and Personal Mention; School Newt. itigg R! By Nancy Farrier Omaha April 11.—The Omaha Tennis Cllul) Jl}.as finished work on two courts and the members arc beginning1 to enjoy the pri viledge of playing very much. If the demand for membership is great enough we expect to en large the club to a club of three courts. Mr. T. J. Apperson, his wife and two children of Beaumont are visiting witih relativPB in Omaha. Ilia old friends are glad to welcome him hack for r visit. Examination^, j•'again! Yes this is the end of the fifth six Weellal and exams are (here. Everyone is putting forth the last bit of effort to, make this last round greater than the pre- vious ones. J. T. Cherry who is working ir (Dallas was home with relative? and friends for the week end. Miss Willie Farrier visitied bwSOwflPPPl m.teV'-Vi; 'm &¥' tfjfe ' iM' ■'&. IB : Vf in Commerce the past week end Mr. W. C. Vickers of Glade- water visited with...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

/, • / L L. Truitt and Vernon I Truitt visited relatives in Brady last week BOYET ST ANN S CES FOR COUNTY JUDGE Gladiola Flour iwaaSBS*S'-aowwgggggggya-ttvaysssmZmVairreysgysgg*> .way. Personal and Local Happenings Miss DeLomia Gibson visited relatives near Sulphur Springs last week end. W. 0. What ley of Jacksonville visited relatives here first of the week. GLAD GIRLS ENJOY PICNIC See me before you get that new permanent, at Naples Hotel. Mrs. Bryce Wa(Td. Misses Leon Moore, Pauline Falls, Ina Scaft', Mary Elaine Childs, Maryanne Tfiigpfcn (find Tom Purifoy Archer Campbell, Dowman Wallaoe and Buddie Falls attended an Epworth Lea- gue meeting in Mt. Pleasant Sunday afternoon. a - P. 0. Mackey of Douglas, Ariz president of Broadwtv of America, and'H. W. Stanley of the Dallas Chamber of Com- merce were in Naples Monday They were making a trip ove< the Broadway in the interest of the Broadway of America con vention which meets hi Dallas. Miss Louise Sullivan of Annona spent last...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

'.' • ' 1 '• A. ■§, - ' i V'. ' ' JUS MBit# ■ '< '1 r HrS J' ■ '<* '■■. %i8";5/ JwpJIf2V®|'It 1PK " ■ /n i1 ?$%<1 mmiJflfW. MlW. ! / efigj iteB ==s= •y MAGAZINE SECTION it rv-'.'14 ' .Vr' VOLUME 61. On the "Broadway of America.' NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934. gS«i 111 ' 1 •'i-y, i' r 1 '{; / "7,' '■ /:P' v;5 '.S-M' sll; II' ')£: , C'.. $ ' .• "V/ v V;'1:'.' 'On the Broadway of America." NUMBER 43. mm Wm ft •! ;-/• fe m l$gf mixm map W ours. -Moose; is "Tfffe' [ UAST OH Ei )H *T?-(-E= 1 v^ii-LAe-e _ &s/eeV7ff/«<S- QeVoHo is 3"ZjsT Woods - — tel&AU F=ore.esT MV LAMo! vjHAT Is ALU ItfAT <ZL.A-rTiS£l>Hdr r>uT~ II 73^ oue. Ti Ackfjai ~Poiao-V * L if'i "• * * ' iTM WlTT*""^ '"IfpF9'' 6mwrr$ §f§f|p ' 1= ■R. -M — Tara./Hic'ere^PP ptW „ l-f" ill liifttf /MoraKiKG-, -Aee -Vou pol^s 6emeb iM Votie He.V7 "Pi-A-cef o 4COO OH o4-M^-Yes — ^AvV, MIS LCiMl3rt«D - X WAHT To ASl< VOG - — W+4AT AHiMAL WOULD CoMe. ARou^D Mi£-HT~ A Mo HAT ouT cr> f= ours <sv\...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

omesteader and Ex-Buffalo Hunter By O. C. HARRISON Seymour, Texas. (Copyright, 1934, by the Homo Color Print Co.) R. J. C. Crabb, 90 years old, who now resides in the Round Timber community of Baylor county, Texas, tells in his own words the following story of homesteading on 160 of State land in Texas in 1872: "In the fall of 1872 my wife and I drove through from Parker county in an ox-drawn wagon and located in the southeastern part of Baylor county. The surveyor, a Mr. Ham, came out from Jacksboro and surveyed the 160 acres of State land for our homestead, where I built a house of cottonwood logs, covered It with poles and then cov- ered the poles with dirt. It was six months after locating in this home be- fore my wife saw another woman. My nearest neighbor lived 12 miles from me. To fence my crop I set posts in the ground and tied poles from one post to the other, then hung buffalo hides on the poles, tying these on with thongs cut from the green buffalo hides. "When there were...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

nn RL, :,I 1 Wm CURRENT COMMENT Mother's Day | OTHER'S Day comes as usual this year on the second Sunday in May. The postoffice department pro- poses to honor the day by issuing a special 3-cent Mother's JDay Stamp. This stamp will have a miniature repro- duction of Whistler's great picture— "Mother." This picture has been shown in all the world's great art galleries. These stamps will be on sale at all post- offices soon after May 1. It has been only a few years since Mother's Day was first suggested but now it is cele- brated all over the land. There will hardly be a church anywhere that will not honor mother. On that day we all should wear a flower in her memory. There is a little couplet that tells us what kind of flower to wear: For a Mother Living, a flower bright, For tt Mother in Heaven, a flower white. When the day was first observed the carnation was the flower used, but as the day became universal the supply of carnations was too limited, so any flow- er can now be approp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

/ }? BLACK DUCK LAYS WHITE EGGS Wallace Womack, a Jones county farmer living near Anson, has a black duck thai layo pure white eggs. Mr. Womack says he never heard of such a coincidence before. QUAIL BEING TRANSPLANTED Sections of Texas that have been de- pleted of quail are being restocked by the State* Game and Fish Commission with the Gambol quail, which is about the size of the Bob White. They are being trapped in Hudspeth county. MAYOR PAYS FINE IN NICKELS A Longview policeman "tagged" .Mayor Birdsong's car for over parking. His honor, who also is chairman of the city commission, pleaded guilty and paid his $1 fine with 20 nickels, laughing heartily as he laid each coin on the judge's desk. LONGEST RESIDENTIAL RECORD When John Taylor Marshall died Feb- ruary 13 at his home south of Temple, it was claimed for him that he had lived on one ranch longer than any other man in Texas. He was born on the ranch 77 years ago and had always resided there. His father, John Marshall, was on...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

m mr?- — ; i?ot m ' ■ OTW . .:)« ;••. "Ihatit Just the flavor you like best, too. If you are look- ing for n better flavored tea—uniformly high qual- ity at a low cost per cup, ask for JUpton's Yellow Label Tea (Orange Pekoe & Pekoe) Upton's Green Japan Tea 1 A LITTLE FUN WE WANT MEN Of character and ability to sell STATE RESERVE LIFE-REGIS- TERED POLICIES in every town in Texas. The Work is easy if you work hard and hard if you work easy. In other words, loafers are not wanted. Selling life insurance offers op- portunity to build a business of your own, commensurate with your ability and willingness to serve. Former experience in the business is not necessary. You may bo the man we want. Write for details, giving age, present occupation and references, STATE RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE CO. "The Company of Character." Fort Worth, Texas COMMERCIAL FAILURES There were 32 commercial failures in Texas during Feb- ruary, an increase of 23 per cent over the 26 in January, but a decline of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

Want Advertisements READ THEM- You May Find What You Want FARMS AND RANCHES TEXAS G ACHES Hardin County farm land $05 Payable Wt dovn, <1 per week. Virgin soil. Wonderful oil prospect and leased for drilling. Liberty Hell Carina, €02 West Bldg., Houston, *• —« < I FOH SALE—Rio Gande Valley, take part good income trade. 48 acrea. 3 miles .from ilarlimten, TJexaa. 23 acres in 7 and 9- year-old oranges and grapefruit trees. all fine citrus and vegetable land, b-room lwo-story stu< co homo moderu, atucco garage, plenty other outbuildings* deep well water, windmill, tank, light plant, tractor, disk, all conveniences, home plas- tered inaide throughout. I)OX 267, Glad# water, Texas. 176 ACRES improved, rich and level, Ml. per acre. Grocery store and residence in •mail town. Also 146 acres. $15 per acre. Have others. J. H. Ryan, Elbert. Texas. *£800 ACRES, a real cow, sheep, goat and horse ranch, well fenccd, must sell, {'.'.50 per acre. Please come and inspect. From 100 acrea up....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

tuberculosis warning Mure than 1,000 persons, slightly more than an average of 11 daily, died of tubercu- losis in Texas last year. In these days of economic dis- tress, when the seeds of dis- ease are being sown in the bodies of undernourished chil- dren, the prevention of tuber- culosis iB more necessary than ever, Dr. John W. Brown, State health officer, says. Tuberculosis formerly held first place as a cause of death; it now ranks third in Texas, while for the country as a whole it ranks seventh. Pneu- monia was the only com- municable disease that caused more deaths last year than did tuberculosis. Tuberculosis has been known for centuries and constant search for a specific cure has been the goal of doctors with- out success. The treatment consists of rest, proper food, fresh air and proper medical supervision. The greatest loss of life from this disease is between 20 and 40 years. Tuberculosis can be controlled if detected in its early stages, therefore, the State Depart- ment...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1934

• "• Visit our Spring Showing and see the new conveniences, the new beauty, of the Frigidaire '34. You'll see Frigidaires that have automatic defrosting; that have auto- matic ice tray release; that are of gleaming, Lifetime Porcelain inside *nd out. Frigidaires with double- capacity Hydrators; unusually large food space, and extra room for tall bottles. Frigidaires with wonder- fully convenient new features, such as a Sliding Utility Basket for eggs and other small articles, and the new Frigidaire Servashelf. In addition to the savings it brings, the Frigidaire '34 operates on an amazingly small amount of current. Come in and see why women are boasting, "Ours is a Frigidaire '34." k PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS EVERY TEAR THE BEST OF THE TEAR Plus Friistt DELIVERED md INSTALLED FRIGIDAIRE DEALERS EVERYWHERE DISTRIBUTORS Frigidaire Corporation, Fort Worth, Tex. Straus-Frank Co., San Antonio, Texaa SMILED TOO SOON Alex Jackson smiled when a judge in a Houston court fined him one cent fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1934

m Kapi ... ■ • ,y, -,r I VOLUME 49 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FKU APRIU 20,. 1934 On tho "Broadway of America." Banquet And Entertainme Immense Crowd Fills Hall of Methodist Church Friday night, April 13, about 800 friends .gathered in Naples to pay tribute to J. Brice Pon- der, sheriff of Morris County for nearly 20 years, and who was indorsed by Senator Sheppard and 'Senator Conn'allly ajnd re- cently appointed by President Roosevelt to be United States Marshall for the Eastern Dis- trict of Texas. Representatives' from Morris Cass, Bowie, Red River, Lamar Hopkins, Franklin, Titus,, Camp Upsher, '.Gregg1. Harrison, Ma rion, and perhaps other Counties were in attendance. The celebration was in the form of a banquet, speech mak ing, reading, singing and danc- ing. It was sponsored by Mr iJPonder's friends in Morris Coun gtyLand the banquet was prepared ^^Lserved by the ladies of Na ^Bnjhthe proceeds being dividei' jet ween the two churches of Kupitb. PPl is an (ack...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1934

——— THE NAPLES MONITOR 1 Published Every (Friday By ...... — W. R. WATTS Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Toxas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS — $1.00 _ 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 advertisers not fulfilling their agreements we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples, Texas. BANQUET - UL I'll1!! IV (Continued from first page) pies gave a «plendid reading "Father Changes His Mind," and Miss Joan Branch of Mt Pleasant gave a song and dance All of teh numbers were well received and thoroughly en joyed by all those present. Myron Blalock of Marshal re- presented Senator Morris Shep- pard and Senator Tom Connally. making a nice talk in which he praised both thfe Senators and Mr. Po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1934

mmwm€m CORNETT LOCALS AND SCHOOL NEWS Political Announcements 1 School New* and Persona Mention. By Joyce Gibson m n n t Cornett, A^ril 18.—Miss Val lie Laftwich, wlio is working in Linden, spent the week end at home. V, ; l Miss Sallie Kate Viard spent the week end at her home al Almira. Miss Patsiy Stanley of Little Rock, Ark., has been spending a l?ew weeks y with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stanley. Miss Margret Martin and Alba Boone were the Thursday night guests of Miss Venita and Vassie Leftwich. Miss Ida Mae Martin and Maxine Eaton spent the week end with Miss Nellie and Effie Crocker at Marietta. Mr. Horace McCord who is teaching at Shilo spent the week end at home. Mrs. Ora tNewby of Dainger- field 4ias been spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W H Gibson. -1*' Mr. Johnnie Ducken of Shilo spent the week end with Mr Horace McCord. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mulling of Texarkana spent the week em' with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. McCord Mrs. H. C. Harnold underwent an operation in Hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1934

■i~*. ■ i-:- SS8H - rjV. . nisssessma Personal and Local Happenings D. C. CHAMBERS |J. B. PONDER Rf SIGNS Trade Day in SEVERELY ILL AS MORRiS CO. SHERIFF NapZes May m Daingerfield, April 19. —1). C. j Chambers was (Kricl^ii with a severe strokt of paralysis at his ] home hete yesterday afternoon. He is reported to be improving somewhat Mr. Chambers has been con- fined to his bed for the past six or eight months with a compli- cation of ailments. The stroke yesterday affected his whole body. For a while he was unable to talk, see, or move his body, but he has since re- « ^veiled '{his sight slight^ /and he oan now move his body, but his speech h«s not returned. Jack L. Ponder Appointed to Fill j Naples is making pr for an especially big Unexpired Term. Brlce when J. M. Henderson Under- goes Operation. Word was received in Naples that J. M. Henderson of Dainger- field was taken to Dallas Mon- day, April 16, to be operated on for gall atones. The operation was performed Wednesday iaj\d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1934

m it# ■ ■ M- m r m itlonitor. VOLUME 49 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE, g, 1934 Thousands Enjoy Horse Races In Naples Last Saturday Five Races Were Run By 23 Horses and Ponies Naples was overrun with peo- ple Saturday, June 2. They werf here for trade day, Which was sponsored by the progressive merchants and business firms of Naples, and to view the" horse races that were the main feature in the way of sports o? the day. Thousands of people' were here. Many unfamiliar jfaces were among the throng, as well as thousands "who are in the habit of coming to Naples to buy goods and to sell their produce. The weather was extremely hot that day, but it did not seem to hold anybody away, because there certainly^ould not have bene many in iVaples trade ter- ritory who wore not here. Some of those here who bave been attending these monthly trade days in Naples expressed the opinion that it was the big- gest crowd (yet. Whether th was true or not, there certainly were...

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

/ • / ' MONITOR Every (Friday — W. R. WATTS red second-class mail mat- |«r ill the postoffice at Naples, under act of Congress ♦.larch 8, 1879. , SUBSCRIPTION ONE liAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c one of the many in this immedi- ate trading community. If that is t;he way she feels, and a con- siderable number of others feel as she does, this town is losing a great volume of trade that shoul(] be kept at home among our own merchants. Wisdom at the Capitol Gleanings From The Congressional Record ' Statesmen and Chemists Representative S u m n e 8 Bitt) /|sometimes we become I (Dem.), of Texas: 1 sometimes weary of preaching in aid of the think if we "statesmen" were tc home community, especi/aJfy pufr-sua /the methods of ';the when many in the business com-1 chemist, or rather, if the chemist munity appear to be indifferent were to pursue the policy of our- ibout aiding themselves. selves, if he were asked to aseer- &DV£1;T1SING RATES on ap- i pJicai ion. No objectionable or j swindling a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1934

Political Announcements We are authorized to place the fallowing mames in our an- nouncement column, subject to the Democratic primary July 28. MORRIS COUNTY For County Judge jpjjrfp Y. THIGPEN JIM Ml E D. MOORE BOYET STEVENS For Sheriff: . WARDLOW NORTHAM W. S. (Seth) TRAYLOR BEN B. GARRETT For Tax Assessor & Collector N. G. (Guy) ROBINSON J;. FRANK HOWELL CASS COUNTY For County Superintendent MABERN D. HUMPHREY D. II. BOON J. .B WATTS NAPLES, TEXAS . . PHONE 16 LUMBER For District Clerk MORRIS STEVENS For County Clerk T. N. (Newman) JONES J. H. (Sonnie) HART mk h For County Treasurer JIMMIE D. TEAGUE I For County School Supt. J. H. WILKINSON MRS. ROY MOORE For Commissioner, Pre. 4 and 6 H. J. VISSERING G. C. FLOYD SHINGLES BRICK * "] LIME : •i CEMENT NAILS BUILDERS HARDWARE ROOFING 4 SASH j DOORS SCREEN DOORS j SCREEN WIRE " *■, PAINTS \ 1 For Public Weigher, Pre. 4 & 6 C. E. ROBINSON Praytor's Studio Mt. Pleasant, Texas 5 Blocks out on Dallas Highway Kodak Finishing Satis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1934

' WW Y ; ' " ' . '-"• SH555m -i mil Personal and Local Happenings , FOR SI Ml •ARD iRIFF OF IRRIS COUNTY Miss DeLomia Gibson spent last week end near Sulphur Springs. Mr. and Mrs. ited relatives in Tuesday night. M. Harrison vis- Brvhns Mill Mr. and Mrs. Jack Majors ant' ■son P. L. Majors and wife of Lebanon, Tenn. were visitors ih Omaha this week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Smith. They also visited other relatives. Mrs. R. 0. McMicihael Mrs. Rhea Cromwell were Pleasant visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Giles and Sonny Man were last week end visitors in Dallas. J. Frank Howell of Dainger- field, candidate for tax assessor and collector for Morris County was shaking hands with the vot- ers in Niaples last week. R. E. Johnson and Misses Dora iRuth ltobbs and Corine J. A. Palmore and sons Jesse Burson of Atlanta -came to Na- and Gerald of Dekalb were here pies Tuesday and took the train one day last week. for Commerce where they go to * jattend college this summer. Mrs. Rena Corbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1934

ir ' If*' JITomtor. OO OUH PART VOLUME 49 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY,, AUGUST, 3, 1934 i On the "Broadway of America.' NUMBER 17 Naples Chamber Of Commerce Holds Regular Meeting Matters of Interest to Naples Are Discussed. Last night was regular meet- ing time for the Naples Chamber of Commerce and, as usual it was an interesting and enjoyable af- fair, The meeting was held at Ted Mathews' cabin at Glass Club Lake, and the cool lake breeze added to the comfort and pleas- ure of the occasion. A pleasant surprise came Wednesday when announcement was made that Ted Mathews, H. T. Morris and Leon Coker were to be hosts on this occasion. The news was that barbecued chick- en would bo served, and that everything1,, including the chicken was to be prepared and served by these three gentlemen, at which some said those three would be the only ones hand. However, it leaked out that a real barbecue champeen would have charge and the members of the Chamber of Commerce be...

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

JKtr I'llE NAPLES MONITOR Published Eve'ry (Friday W. R. WATTS tJiU-red as second-class mail mat- • er in the postoffice at Naples, i under act ,reh 3, 1879. Congress LOW POSTAGE RATE ON PAPERS BACKED Value of Maintaining Govern ment is Cited. SUBSCRIPTION YEAR - MONTHS advertising rates on ap- plication. No objectionable or ■i vindling advertisements in verted at any price. We be llpve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If my of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers lot fulfilling their agreements we shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. bills payable in Naples. Texas. O POLITICAL COMMENT FROM WASHINGTON Joseph's Theory; Veteran Guar- dianships; Dillinffer Re- ward; Farm-Home Plan. I (By Wright Patman) i®® i ■ m life: ,'f 1 ■Kifi ■ _ m Washington, Aug. 1.—The Ad- ministration is considering fch , theory of Joseph in Egypt. This is, during the seven year.* oi plenty to store the surplus foi the seven years of scarcity. This theory create...

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