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

&. , ■ I < :Mfcv , ir . « . - ' Manifold Ways in Which the Banks Arc Serving the Nation Handling Millions of Transactions Daily for Individuals, Cor. porations and State and National Governments—The Structure Strengthened and Deserving of Public Faith By FRANCIS MARION LAW, President Americun Hunkers Association terest rate over been no low. Kvery sound "business in the country today can got what money it needs. rpHE banks o£ the nation provide the * machinery through which pass daily many million.) of checks and drafts, aggregat- ing hundreds of millions of dol- lars. The banks are largely financing tho Federal Oov- ernment in Its Re- coverey Program, Involving the greatest peace- time expenditures ever known. |S| Likewise the H. M. law banks are largely financing the cur- rent credit needs of states, counties, citle.-i, public schools and othor polit- ical sub-dlvlalons, nil of which have in- timately to do with the dally affairs of all ot the people. Each day banks through...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1934

Eugene Falls is visiting hi* grandmother, Mrs. Mar1 uret Kimbrough, in Batesville Ark. With every linger wave you | :et a free shampoo, on Trade Day only. Roma's Beauty Shop. Mrs. Lon Bohanan and son I '.illy Joe of Marietta visited her tisler, Mrs. E. E. Wommack, this week. 12! ■ Bj£': .. f * V Mrs. 0. D. Nolen, who had been in F"t. Collins, Colo., taking course in home economics, Hat n turned home. Mrs. Van Brocklin and son of Nottleton, Miss., are visiting her brother, Forrest Roberts and family. George C. Fowler has gone tc Ft. Worth where he has accept ed a position with the Firestone Tire Company. Mr. and Mrs. Burns Harwell of 1 TeocarManai ^visited Mr. Har- well a mother, Mrs. S, A. Harwell in Naples Wednesday. We are unable to express in words our sincere thanks to oui many friends for the beautiful 11 orial oflje rings, and for every kindness be it ever so small shown irs during} ,the sickness and death of our devoted wife, daughter and sister. Especially do we thank Dr Ant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1934

i W\ \ VOLUME 49 ®h e On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7,1934 On the "Broadway of America." W 00 OUM FART NUMBER 22 Trade Day Draws Another Immense Crowd To Naples. It- Parachute Jump Gives Thrills To The Crowd Tuesday was another trade day in Naples, another day for pleasure and profit, and one de- signed for children as well as grown-ups. The merchants had distributed thousands of large 4-paifp cir- culars announcing some real bargains for the day and calling attention to' the various features of trade day in Naples, and as result there was a large crowd in Naples Tuesday. In the afternoon the airplane made its appearance and flew around over the city dropping miniature parachutes, each of which had the name of some mer- chant who would give a prize to the boy or girl bringing the par; chute to the store whose name appeared on the parachute. There were 55 of these parachutes thrown from the airplane, which mean? that there were that man limes for the...

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

■ , rfg 1-' NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BKi ■' :V .... W. R. WATTS W&k •;nl<?red as second-class mail mat *r In t.he postoffice at Naples, under act of Congress uch 3, 1879. •|X SUBSCRIPTION YEAR - MONTHS - - $1.00 _ BOc HVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or k indling advertisements iu- ifcrted at any price. We be- (i. ve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If uiy of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers ,ot fulfilling their agreements wo shall consider it a favor to be notified of the fact. bills payable In Naples. !>xas. '■ POLITICAL COMMENT FROM WASHINGTON Social Insurance; Recovery te All; Why Puy it?; Textile Strike (By Wright Patman) Washington, Sept. J5. Social, or unemployment insurance, would cost less than our present plan of relief, according to Secre- tary Perkins of the Department of Labor. Mechanical improve menta brought unprecedented production. This accumulated surplus in turn brought unem- ployment w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1934

ODD THINGS AND NEW—By Lame Bode BffltPfe; v* Wl^riiT v m■ * . m J im IllMH v I^MVIRIII 1 - M \mh s WIB Bathing young- Wasps have dlen observed carrying cs. water to >< their nests/^p on hot ' / v OAYS TO 5 PI ASH on young iarvai wasps. /0-/r* White man bows TO MALARIA — The slack mah /s ret.* ativeiy IMMUNE TO malaria. in parts op Africa nearly a hundred white men die of malaria for every black man. Cut glass UNDER WATER- Ordinary winoow ^(ilass can eg cut by scissors when under .x water. <*>■ •" r.rt.T* l«.l Finds the Cannon He Served in 1862 ''s "Silk lint" Hurley, ninety-year old Civil war veteran and only surviving member of the Jacksnnlan Democratic club of Hoston, discovers the cannon he used 72 years ago at the Battle of Ilaton Houge, La„ on August 6, 1862, at Old Point Comfort, Va., while ou an inspection trip previous to the Memorial day celebration there. Mr. Hurley was Ave times mayor of Salem, Mass. wants to make them" because "to be 'identified with such act...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1934

Hampton veport ia visiting in Naples. D The Golden Harvest ersonal and Local Happenings * [JIVES THIRD CALLED SESSION OF THE FORTY-THIRD LEG- ISLATORS OF TEXAS. e,T Wommacik rl. nil NAPLES HIGH SCHOOL Texarkana were in Naples onel District Attornej OI1N A. COOK MOHKIS < ODNTY Fit AM F,S FOUNDATION ICTIONi County Judge J. Y. THIGPEN Sheriff: REN B. GARRETT I'ux Assessor & Collector N. G. (Guy) ROBINSON B. WATTS Naples For District Clerk MORRIS STEVENS For County Clerk T. N. (Newman) JONES Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Brabham! of Atlanta spent a few days Naples. —— Miss Edeth Crowe has returnee- home after an extended visit in Sulphur Springs. Joseph Fulcher has home after spending weeks in Chicago. The Methodist a*e holding their revival meeting in Naples this- week. Rev. A. E. Rider of Atlanta is doing the preaching. You are .invited to attend these services. last week. ffi << returned severa Naples High School will open the 1934-35 term next Monday. It is hoped and expected to n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 December 1935

VOLUME 50 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1935 On the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 35 Senator Sheppard To Deliver Address In Naples Tonight He Will Attend Banquet and Speak at Dedication of Sheppard Hall Tickets are All Sold Out for the Ban- quet and Arrangements Completed for Dedication Exercises Preparations have been about perflate*! by tli(e Napttes Hifeh School, assisted by the Naples Chamber of Commerce and Na pies citizens generally to dedi- cate The Sheppard Hall, whicl was recently erected as an anne* to the school to be used in t ach ing home economics. The* ground upon whMi the Home Economics Building was crccted was owned by the John L. Sheppard « «•.% and through Senator Morrh Sh-ppaid, it was given over to the school to be used for that purpose. That was whv the building was the nan!(.' of The Shefpard Hall. llie dedicatic i is ti take | lace '. i <hc Naples 11 arh s.h cj audi- urn tonight .t half pa' t sev r. at which tim.' Suiutor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 December 1935

*' it, , • " TEE NAPLES MONITOR | \ Published Evely Friday By W. R. WATTS his pay ments. They are 19 per cent less than he paid the yeai' before for an old and smaller housei whjch was not adequate °r his family's needs. His new wintered as second-class mail mat- I house has sufficient land to pro- tmt I® the postoffice at Naples. j vide part of the family food sup- Texas, under act of . lurch 8, 1879. Congress f0. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR *100 61X MONTHS 60c AUVJ'RTISING RATES on ap- t^teation. No objectionable or \ swindling advertisements in- ! serted at any price. We be- 1 lleve all our advertisers to be ' honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have I found any of our advertisers ' not fulfilling their agreements | we flball consider «♦ a favor to ' be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples, Texas. [CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] Resettlement Administration Washington, Dec. 4.—A survey has been completed of the oc- cupants of 19 communities under the direction of the R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 December 1935

SMi ttl'fcwi'fti • , .■• ' jm ' SOPHOMORE NOTES At Her Best | Doris Martin "II ^ By ALICE DUANE ©. by McClure N.w.paiwr H)-*<Hcat«. WNv tf«rvlc« ••W8LL, 1 Just won't no." not, robelllom tears titting Lynn Atwater'u big gray eye*. "I won't ko. 1 can't go l" She glanced again at tti« totter In B*r clenched bands. It wus from tier An(1 Aunt bad to admit, wn doing her share of thing*— cooking and Mwlng. cleaning, washing and Ironing, for Lynn's younger sister and brother. No matter how much money Lynn could give her. she could never repay Aunt Matty for the love and attention she bad given Betty and Jack. Aunt Matty never fell down on her job. Lynn kept up her end, too. She ■ent every cent she could spare to the little country town where Aunt Matty and the youngsters lived. But what Is a good Income for one Isn't a very adequate Income for three. It took a lot of scrimping on Lynn's part to keep Betty and Jack going, even with Aunt Mary's generous help. The letter In Lynn's hands, be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 December 1935

/ Personal and Local Happenings / ,W. 0. Davis /of Omaha re- turned yesterday from Austin ■where he had attendtd an in* formal meeting' of the Old Agt Pension Commissiion of which he is a member. Mr. Davis stated that Orville S. Carpenter, pension chief, was instructed to visit Washington to consult with officials to see about securing Federal funds and to New York to study the pension system in force in that state. kftii1*'; " ; " FREE FREE ' We will give a wheelbarrow ti each of the three kids under « years of age that enter our store after ft o'clock Saturday afternoor December 7. The Davis Co. James Melton Wommack 11 Jam^s Melton Wommack, 7 Halhm-c Wommack of Bowite year-old son of Mr. and Mrs County, died Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Vissering In Naples. - The boy was stricken with pneumonia «nd was ]bnought tc NapBes for medical treatment but died after being sick ont week. Funeral services were conduct ed Sunday morning at the Baptis' church iund)er the directio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 January 1936

f.r : ®lje Jtfapl VOLUME 50i' on th, "Broadway .( Amerlc." MAPLES, TEXAS, FR®AY. JANUARY 10, 1936 e tb. "Broadway of A*.rl«.- NUMBER 40 — m oncreting Road From Names to Omaha to Begin Soon Qb the "Broadway of Amtrica." Kn MA- ob- u He J. m ■ Machinery Being Received and CONVENES . *„ „ . „..t, . WITH EYE ON ELECTION Work Will Begin Within a Few Days Few Bills to be Passed and Many to be Avoided. Th© (Harris Engineering Con- struction Corporation, contrac- tors of Kansas City, are getting machinery on the ground to be- gin concrnting Highway No. I between Naples and Omaha ami W. O. Davis of Omaha to Leave actual work will begin in a few OLD AGE ASSISTANCE COMMISSION MEETS days, J.. \. Little, superintendent, Gordon .Casterline, foreman; ana A. Romaine are in Naples looking after pre>l;imiliarias and glutting things in shape to begin work, ft"hey will make their homes in Naples while the work is going < n, and their office will be here. Mr. Little and Mr. Romaine have their wive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 January 1936

r el . j uxt_! rasas I I'lIB NAPLES MONITOR | \ Published EveVy Friday By W. R. WATTS Sjto'ored as second-class mail mat- ta in the postoflfice at Naples. f|: hs, under act of Congress itrrh 8, 1879. %* g^. - ■ s-y : POLITICAL1 CALENDAR FOR Prepared By Wright Patman, Member of Congr pis From First District of Texas SUBSCRIPTION QMC YEAR 11-00 MONTHS 60c advertising rates on ap- ( ication. No objectionable or t vlndling advertisements in t >rted at any price. We be | eve all our advertisers to be li«r\orable find responsible. If pnv of our subscribers have 1 'iind any of our advertisers t -.t fulfilling their agreements > e shall consider ,-f a favor tr 1 a notified of the fact. At bills payable in Naples, " axas. t ONGRESSMAN ——TEXAS] > Banks y 'ashington, «Tiijn-j 8,—Let us get wihajt the O(o\fernment has <3or a for the banks of the Nation. Th y were all closed March 4. 19J :i. They owed the people $40, 001,000,000 (billions) and had S?C,0,000,000 in their vaults to pay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 January 1936

< izihcz ssbm temr -------* i . J ^ (Mkmi i hi-spots ADVENTURERS' CLUB warn il :. • ! . ; NEWS FROM HOME ECONO- MICS COTTAGE folic* M'Vf.v McCoy Th( fir«t grade ing the pun Mills, Doris Lindaey, Del Ramsey, Paul! m naples-hi ---r-s children in th'(doll house 0/ orange crates, They perfect in read will furnish the house vyith fur- E?ivcek: Betty Iiu'h niture that they make. Special Mif Spence, Juuior. attention will be paid to the >el- (Miy Long, .lamcH1 eclion of the draperies, upholster- Ray Kennedy. "hide and seek" By FLOYD GIBBONS Famous Headline Hunter. ' jr* if'•■'% n v ■'« •' ■' '•* T't 'r< WELL, sir, I have often said that you don't have to be a profes- sional adventurer to have an adventure—that you don't have to -have a job in a hazardous occupation to get your share of thrills out 1 of life. In fact, that is the theory tliis Adventurers' club of ours is j based on, and it must l^o a doggone good theory at that, because we I have certainly told about a lot of nonpr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 January 1936

m « \ • So Personal and Local Happenings 7 PIONEER PASSES AWAY Junior Leeves^Hurt • / 1 AV< dnesday Junior Leeves, 7- year- >1 <1 B"n of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Xjoevew. received slight, but painful injuries at school. He hod rotten his overcoat from the cloak room alnd in, returning atepp h1 on the coat in some way, tlirov. ing him on one of the seats cuttii4T his nose and bruising his iieaci. Yesterday Junior was resting well and expects to be able to re- turn to school within a few days. Drilling Resumed Smith-Rotondi Well Mr. and Mrs. William Joiner of Dalby Springs were in Naples Wed- nesday. Mrs. Kate Hall Di. 83 Yeari After having been closed down | Aunt Sallie Davis has gone to for the holidays and to make Simnis where she will be with her some minor repairs to the ma- chinery. the Smith-Rotondi well, 2 miles south of Naples, drilling is expected to be resumed today. The well is now down 2,31k feet, and the drillers say they hope to contini/ei drilling with-, out interru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 January 1936

! ANUARY 17, 1936 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDA VOLUME 50 On the "Broadway of America." aples Chamber Commerce Holds Its Annual Meeting session, ita program w-is thor- oughly clothed with jpecl poli- tical considerations; meiuing the straight-out desire of those in- volved to win the election next fall. I L i Officers and Directors for 1936 Were Elected and Committees Appointed Tho Naples Chamber of Com- merce.. held its annuul meeting last Friday night at the Blue Bonnet Cafe,. at which officer* und directors for 1936 were elected, committees appointed and other business discussed and transacted. Dinner was served to M, N Heard. Wendell C. Smith' H. D Roberts, W. N. Ellis, B. E Tid- well, Mrs. J..jB. Watts, Emme« Fleming, Leon Coker, H. T. Mor- ris, W. R. Watts, Mrs J. A. Little Mrs. A. B. Chilrs, J, B. Watts, H *■'. Fulcher, B. J. Floyd, Z. Z Smith J. A. Little, Mrs. Wm. Smith, Mrs Hi C. Fulcher, Jack Paviea, S. T. Smith, V. A. Long, Dr. I. M Wat son, W. H. Morgan , Frances (Mutt) Moore, N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 January 1936

{ \ Published Every Friday bV W. R. WATTS Jtot red as second-class mail mat- In <n the postoffice at Naples, TW >«. under act of Congress tHi 1 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR SIX MONTHS _ $1.00 60c \ Ay .'KimSlNG RATES on ap- p -cation. No objectionable or ' a indling advertisements in- 8. ted at any price. We be |V ve all our advertisers to be t' nor able and responsible. II 3 ,v of our subscribers have 1 ,nd any of our advertisers „ ,t fulfilling their agreements V I shall consider <♦ a favor to b. notified of the fact. AM "Dills payable in Naples, 1 >tas. V * IP > ¥ ^ Women Turn to the For Information C "0NGRES5MAN —TEXAS] AAA Unconstitutional Washington, Jan. 16.—The JJnitcd States Supreme Court. CO, nrsed of 9 members who hold pff ce for life, by a 6 to 3 decision he1 i the AAA unconstitutional. Cc pressman MaVvin Jones, Cb "nnan of the House Agricul- tuv.l Committee said he could not brieve that the Supreme Court •«rr., ans to sav that a national tai if is legal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 January 1936

WjfHWfTTOflaWi^¥TfgSrrr^fi¥FFx HI-SPOTS FROM NAPLES-HI ANNOUNCEMENTS ADVENTURERS' CLUB SOPHOMORE NOTES "From Out of the Fog" , By FLOYD OIBBON8 Famous Headline Hunter. QUI! guest artist on the Adventure Page, boys ancLglrls, is Mr.' v-^ Jesse Solomon. Jesses adventure took place in Aufgust, 1929, in the Atlantic ocean just a few hundred yards from shore. He and a lifeguard friend of his were out in a lifeboat for an early morning row. The morning was foggy and a fairly heavy sea was running. The boys rowed for about ten. minutes, then lay back in the boat to enjoy the motion and marvel at the mystery of the sea. Civilization seemed far away. The fog shut out the view of the shore. In their imagination they were shipwrecked sailors in the middle of the ocean Up the little bout would ko one moment on the high crest of a wave and clown It would go the next, with a sinking motion Into the valley with the green sea h11 around them. Suddenly, however, their reverie was cut short by uri In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 January 1936

M . ' • : V ' ' " ' ■MB was , $' ' '' Hmmwwii—wwMaaw HS3S?| Personal and Local Happenings mmmmmmrnrnrnrnS^Al ¥ IT FOR REfRESENTATlVE OR 35th DISTRICT E. J. Leeves, Jr. Enjoys 7th Birthday •' F. J. Leeves, Jr. enjoyed hl^ 7tb year birthday reardless of injuries received at school the day before. On Thursday, the 9th, Junior in bed, had as his guests a few little pupils in his room to come ant! help him enjoy his birthday, with the assistance of his brothei Jirrmic. 1 here were games played, a moving picture show. Betty Book in Holland and other reels. 1 hose present were as follows: Margwfu Freeman, Patsy Jeane Vlssering. Boris Mairie Spence Belly Joyce Smith. Betty Ruth Mills, Dorothy Long, Dian Mor- gan. BiVlv Jean Rohispn, Liif'ju Mevle Williams, Fred Watson Lei lie Joe Beck. Harold Franklin JPaiil Hampton. Tommy Gene Coler, Bill Lewis and Mrs. Jqe ]W. Martin, teacher. Ted Mathews of the Mathews Coker Chevrolet Company, accom- panied by Mrs. Mathews, was in Dallas last Friday atte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 January 1936

40* i Naplc VOLUME 50 On the "Broadway of Amcrica NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAy JANUARY 31, 1936 9d the "Broadway of ▲mariea." NUMBER 43 #?v p?V NEWSY HAPPENINGS FROM LONE OAK Louo Oak. Jan. 29.—Our school attendance ia very small thia week. There are 15 pupils ab- aeut. Hazel Shankles. JLavinia Brown, Jack and Luther Davlin have the measles. We do not know the cause of all the chil- dren's absence. There may be other cases of meaales that we do not know about. We are sorry to report Misa Helen Dlavlin reovering very slowly from flu and measles. We hope her condition is not serious. We are sorry to report Misses Josephine and Mildred Harkey sick with measles. We hope they will soon be well. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Smith were Sunday night guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brewer. Little MisB Merlene Cromer is recovering from the measles. She is doing fine. Misses Nannie Ree and Jewel Lee Shankles and Mildred Garrett and Billie Brock and Edrew Cromer were Sunday guests lr the home of Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 January 1936

iw m warn i VHB NAPLES MONITOR I'ubliBhed Every Friday B W- R. WATTS %■ 'ered as second-class mail mat- Cr in fche postoffice at Naples. ^a«, under act of Congress 1 -eh 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION 0' E YEAR d < MONTHS What $10,080,000 Will Bo n _ lS£iOf£ w* m/: $1.00 _ B0c A VERTISING RATES on ap- oUcation. No objectionable or dndling advertisements in- parted at any price. We be- Meve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If mv of our subscribers have f. r.nd any of our advertisers r.nt fulfilling their agreements . e shall consider « a favor to i# notified of the fact, f bills payable in Naples. • exas. (CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] War Washington. Jan. 29.—|A Sen- atorial Committee is investigat- ing the activities of certain New "oik Bankers in connection with financing the World War before \.e entered in 1917 to determine k' the credits so extended by these linkers caused our entry into the v.ai. There is no question but y, hat President Wilson and Sec- tary of State Lansing...

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