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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1937

imMi r-x rw ,. fc& Si; * I KMHH "* ** mIS « IN TRUCK LEGISLATION Any change in existing Texas truck laws which will increase the present 7,000-pound load limit will affect ad- versely all communities in the state, both rural and urban. This statement is proved best by identifying the causes and effects upon Texas communities. .These are: 1. Increasing truck loads mean cor- respondingly increasing the distance which the truck can profitably carry its load. 2. Increasing the distance of profit- able truck haul means bringing the small town wholesale houses and indus- trial plants, such as wholesale grocers, bottling plants, feed mills, oil mills, grain elevators, cotton compresses and retail lumber yards, into direct compe- tition with similar establishments in large cities. 3. Such competition will inevitably re- sult in further drying up the smoll coun- try towns by taking from them the payrolls, taxes and local purchases rep- reiented by their present establishments. Property v...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1937

'-;r • BARGAINS IN FARMS Mrs. J. T. M. Holt was a welcome visitor in Naples Tuesday. Her many friends here are always glad to see her. write Jas. P. Beasley, Agent Omaha, Texas. Personal and Local Happenings Continued from Methodist Church W. H. Morgan has returned home after a two weeks visit with his sister in Amarilla. The bad weather Sunday didn't help our Sunday School and Church attendance any. But we had good services, and the faith- ful folks enjoyed them. Do you let a little rain keep you away from blisiness or pleasure? Re- solve £6 be in your place in God's house Sunday. The Missionary Society had a ^ood meeting Monday afternoon, and began a study on "Prayer. ' Rev. and Mrs. Bering, Mlrs. W. 0. Bryan and Mrs. N. G. Erwin attended the gr^it rally for the Bishop's CruBade in Tyler Tues- day. It was a great and inspir- ing, and we returned with a deep- er consecration. There will be preaching Sun- day moi a'ing and evenihg. Let's use the fifth Sunday to catch up for the bad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 February 1937

$ai ■ ■ r • ,• c;:t * ®()C Jtomt VOLUME 51 Ou the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1937 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Editor's Note: Following are questions and answers prepared by R. B. Anderson, chairman-dir- ector of the Texas Unemployment Compensation Commission, which is an interpretation in simplified terms of the various provisions of the recently enacted Texas Un employment Tjompensation Act. Further questions and answers in thfef aeries will appear in this paper from time to time. fits"dKarged against you are n°t! UnhhPnin0* more th5n *330 nor less than $80. WGWSy nappeniTlgS $10,000, average annual payroll 1,080, contributions from 193(5 to 1941. 330, benefits paid out from 193G to 1941. 750, excess of contributions over benefits. 750, seven and one-half per cent of your average annual payroll, i Rocky Point, Feb. 3. $1,080 total contributions. .Mrs. Hfcks Wommack were Sun- 80> total benefits paid out. (day guilts of Mr. and Mrs. C. E 1,000, excess ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 February 1937

.. • .. v " • 1: ' ' K f* MONITOR lished Every Friday By W. R. WATT? Entered as second-class mail mat ter In the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS the dollar based upon a valuation of 4c a pound. The farmer did bis part and was prevented from using such certificates or obtain- i"jg the value thereof on account of the Supreme Court holding: the law invalid. Other claims grow- ing out of the Adjustment pro- gram have^been paid although the law was held invalid, and this one, which will cost not over 128,000,(1(00 on cotton certificates ,„$1.00 aigu ke paid. I expect to 50c make every effort to get it passed ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be lieve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers havt found any of our advertiser not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t be notified of the fact. Ail ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 February 1937

BEE1 SI High School Notes SCHOOL NEWS Mary McCoy fcum ig belli# suc- ns an interior trim and office build- > : it literature. We have studied sev-! Junior Lindsey, Betty Ruth Mills, eral short atoriea iind an essay, j Billy and Jean Robiaon, wure /■— Some of Ihe short stories are: The Purloined Letter by Poe lEvetyone seems to be doing, Tenn«Mee)i Partner by Bret nicely since the revision of out j narte, Rosy Balm by Alice Brown schedule. Some students have (story a Thousand-Year Pine by un entirely new schedule v hlle Mills. They have been very In- others have not been affected. j teretiing. Mr. Allen has been We are happy to welcome 'showing us Jjpw to outline. It Elouise MeNatt to our school. We seeme(j to be rather hard at first hope she enjoys being with us asj j think everyone has learned much as we enjoy having her. !|,ow now> ; , • Our basketball team is still j jn Algebra we are multiplying, playing Ball every now and then., Tj,e History class ihas been Iiecauso of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 February 1937

•t; m ! t v.: 8 fe|.; — m*&'.• * and Local Happenings m !_ Methodist Church Were you one of the 76 at Sun- j day School last Sunday? It is reported that Mr. Gerald Ellis of Omaha was a disappointed social caller near Naples last Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Coker attended Style Show in Dallas this week. the Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Walls were Texarkana visitors last Sunday. I The M. N. Heard Btore tells you At the morning and evening , ^ ^ paper of some new goods re-'Little Miss Carolyn Moore returned sevvices the offering, amounting ; cejveij neaij the ad this week and home with them for a visit. to $8.00 was turned over to the Rod Cross for flood relief. The Epworth League is giving « big party Friday night, celebrat- ing the 10th anniversary of Mrs Thigpen's devoted and loyal leadership. All Leaguers and ex-Utoguers are invited to come unci show her their appreciation Several 'Epworth Lcagujprsi at- tended the Leagute union meet- ing at Comett Thursday evening Our deepest sympathy goes ou1 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 February 1937

■i VOLUME 53 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1939 District Basketball Meet The District jBaskep Ball Methodist' Church HOLDING THE RUNAWAY :«* Next Sunday, February . 19 is Tournament composed of Bowie, College Day. This day la set Ca'aa, Marion, Morris, Red River, 'aside for the yputha of Ithjb ,na- Titua, Camp and Franklin Couu-|tion, T|ie young people will ties will get under w y Friday have charge of the 11 o'elock ser- vice# at church. We cordially iuvite.you to this service, to fol- low and encorage them in their spiritual work. Ftfid*^ JFfctbruary 17 !is the date for the great Youth's Cru- sade Rally, wfhfch is to be held in the Methodist church, evening at 6.30 o'clock In the Naples gymnasium, j The executive committee for the district composed of M. F. Flem- ing of Mt. Vernon, P. E. Wallace of Mt. Pleasant and JL T. Mor- ris of Naples met in Naples lai^t Sunday afternoon and arranged ' I the following scjKqidujto find de- tails: Friday evening 6.30: JOmaha vs winner Cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 February 1937

JBpK 'V\ Notes MARY JAYNE WATSON. Editor-in-Chief SjENIOR GIRLS 1 ■II , The senior girls have started making autograph blouses. They are 'uwtyiljj NVh^te material "with fhe uamen embroidered in green, or 'green material with names in wlhlte thread. Each memlber of the class and the faculty ar£ to place their name on this blouse. They want to wear then* senior day and senior week too. The boy are jealous of them. j • 9 ■ COMMBRCttJL. CLASS NOTES Mk,rgle Lou Griffin H The bookkeeping atudents are really g«tti(ng into (trouble^ Af- ter having five different journals we thought we would giet to reet but we are not goin(g to get to We haive Ibought a practijce set so we are about to start in business in a big way. The shorthand students having neivv words and forms. !?ti->wart has begtun putting whole week's assignment on board on Monday. We like idea because we can work ahead of time. 1'" Mr. Stewart thinks he has a new job when he sees us girls coming. He puts the Naplias High Sohoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 February 1937

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 February 1937

[;?yt I M tjj A ; Inez Theatre Mr, McCoy were visitors in N«w Boston lost Sunday. Personal and Local Happenings South Heights Home Demonstration Club / The Soutih Heights Home Dem- onstration Clujb met last Friday afternoon with M|rs. Rob Berry, with a very, interesting meptin}?. Miss Morgan, home demonstra- tion agent, gave a talk on • the value of a proper diet. She also gave a yard demon- rtration. The next meeting, Friday, Feb. H4. will be with Mrs. R, 0. Mc- Michael. Miss Morgan plans to have the dub visit a frame garden next n.eeting day. Those presdnt were Mesdames Carnetl (Housey iGtemn Wren. W. E. j Balta|ijd< jR. 0. .McMichael, Daw Ruejpell^ )Et< ;'A Anderson, J. A. Simmons, Ernest Tohill, A. A. Ifr.dpt^ B. iH. Tuck, Melvi(n >Rob 34i1ry IM1" Morgan. American Boy Magazine Companion to Thousands Hundreds of thousands of boys and young mien read Tlhe Ameri- can Boy Magazine every month and consider it more as a living companion than as a magazine. "It's us much a bud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 February 1937

Naples Jtlomior. VOLUME 51 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1937 Qa the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 46 ipf: ; i CONGRESS MEMBERS FACE BAN ON COURT JuB Barred From Jobs Created Dur ing Their Terms. The explicit prohibition of the Constitution of the United States looms "as an insurmountable bar to any member of the present Congrats with ambitions to be- come a member of the U. S. Su- premo Court through President Roosevelt's proposal to increase its peronnel. All accredited lists of aspirants now usually include Senator Joseph T. Robinson, of Arkansas Democratic floor leader, and Sena- tor Rcbert F. Wagner, of New York. And it is apparent that one of them—Senator Robinson- may find himself in the position of leading the Jlght for legisla- tion which may prevent the con- summation of his most cherished ambition. The provision of the Conatitu- tioh which automatically would make ineligible for appointment as addit:onal Justices of the Su- preme Court ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 February 1937

I y W. R. WATT^ Entered as second-class mail mat ter in the postoffiee at Naples, under act o e have received our samples depicting Spring Fashions and Fabrics . . . Come in and let us show you . . . We have them in all colors and grades ... all priced reasonably Men's Haberdashery. . . Ladies' Hose Texas, March 3, 1879. e is a necessary idle for the ton umiturc." FEBRUARY II—Navy dirigiblo is sunk in Pacllie California, 1935. SUBSC 13—First high school in U. S ioundad in Boston, 1635. ONE YE X MONTHS 14—Arizona admitted to tho union, 1912. '< • !'*' " : Si iS;< ,■ >'W . ADVERTISING RATES on \ ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in serted at any price. We b? lieve all our advertisers to b' honorable and responsible. J any of our subscribers huvt found any of our advertiser not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples Texas. St,;' t CONGRESSMAN TEXAS! Germany And War IS—Battleship Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 February 1937

S; •• Y ■* Hffir'' rr.'verina' E, § k. ■ M Naples High School Notes SCHOOL NEWS , Mary McCoy This week of exams has been much like thoHe previous. There lire still ome who do not realize how near the time is for their "last chancc." iMiss Fielder was absent Tues- day and the Civics and Spanish classes did not meet. Oh I of course, a vacation now and then does not matter to the students. The .seniors have received and returned theiri proofs for the class picture, which they hope to lecefve soon. HOME ECONOMICS Mar'Jef Spurger, Virginia Morgan and we arc learning to use them 8uro we lij^e th«m. Some land Anna Louise BobMtl* SECOND GRADE in our laboratory w,ork. • The Homo Economics II girls of them are rather difficult. The Algebja II students -| are prepared the cookies for the Tex- taking up a new type of problems arkana Executive District com- lhat ftre not 80 easy. nr'ttee, which met at the Homej 0nly a few of the sophomores Economics cottage Sunday, and lack uny memory work or bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 February 1937

, Well, that was a great mttuui- Monday. We heard two wonder Jul, soul-stirring messages Dr If. T. Andrews of Texarkana and Dr. J. iff. Mills of Beaumont The Women's Missionary So- ciety served a delightful luncheon^ cafeteria style. Approximately 100 out of town visitors were present, and they had special praise for the lunch- eon served by the ladies under the direction of Mrs. H. D. Moore. Another great occasion was the all-day preaching mission held at Coroett on Friday last ireajjn and There vere "nine preachers Ipre^nt a large crowd of lay members the children and faculty of the rnett school, which turned out for the occasion. There were l" j-eat sermons by Rev. Hass, local preacher of Jenkins. Rev. Bates cf Hughes Springs. Rev. Wind- ham of Jefferson, Rev. Rushing of Omaha, and Rev. Wells of Avin- j.xr. A bountiful dinner was spread by the ladies at noon, f«>l lowing which there was singing ail old fashioned testimony ser- vice and the day was ended by observance cf Holy C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 February 1937

J. v* ■. ■ '■ " nv ■ - i ,1 i • & «'¥' W She VOLUME 51 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, , FEBRUARY 26, 1937 Jilomtor. On tbe "Broadway of America. NUMBER 47 PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE Virgil A. Fielden, Representative Morris and Titus Counties The house of representatives last week sent back to the com- mittee on state affairs the old age assistance bill Wbich bad previ ously been reported out and in- structed* "Ihe committee to delete the tax previsions contained ito the bill. This indicates that the house is apparently willing to liberalize pensions but Ts not willing to pro- vide revenue to pay for these pen- sions. The governor has said he would voto any pension bill which was not accompanied by revenue bills to support it. 1 was elected to tbe legislature on a promise to do my part to- ward refiberalizing pensions in Texas. I made this promise be- cause I did not believe that the present method was fair or work- able. It is my intention to get a more e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 February 1937

aC, of C««r.S. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 50c ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS P y ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable M swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be lieve all our advertisers to b honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers havj found any of our advertiser not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t be notified of the fact. Ail bills payable in Naples Texas. M 21—Washington monument dedicated in elaborate ceremony, 1895. 22 -First ground is broken for tlid Central Pacilic rail- road, 1863. 23—American steamer "Canb" sunk by mine oil German coast in Norlh > ■ Sea, 1915. 24—Bill to impeach President Andrew Johnson is Intro duced, 1868 2$—Income tax amendment to the Constitution 1g pro- claimed, 1913. c«Ki US >n't Fly Kites Near Power Lines! Chlklron must I* instructed JHHQKfo Ily kilos near ovar- ii ocicl . wlffs. And under no eii.wmsttutco climb poloj to roiovcr kites that have Iloooin® I'litanql^d In tho v. u"? This is extreme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 February 1937

DR. McLECKiE Dentist Smith's Drug Store Naples, Texas Plelily <>t Barbecue east of Omaha. All kinds of Barbecue Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Price* 0. K. Come one, come all. Welcome Wesley Diekson. J i| mm AND ere s a hot tip^ M IS BETTER COSTSiLESSp It's merely a matter of arithmetic Any way you figure it—by the day—by the month—or by the heat unit—Gas is the best fuel you can buy for cooking, house heating, refrigeration and water heating. It is best because it's sate, clean, provides the exact iDnount of heat instantly and is easy to control, manually or automatically. This ideal source of heat costs you less than any other modern fuel. It is so economical that most homes, office buildings and business houses use it for heat—and, too, it is the preferred fuel of industries. Gas. because of its dependable performance, proven economy and convenience, in addition to its many other advantages, is the perfect fuel wherever it is obtainable. Considering it from every angle, you must...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 February 1937

w> , Happenings for cars bearinp 19:26 License plates can be bought at any time after February 28th. I am located in Naples on Omaha vrad, across track from light plant, and cfih register your car at same price that it would cost you to register at county seat To save time bring your old cer- titkate. |p$£&. E. 0 Bryan, Deputy Tax Collector, Morris Co Mrs. Nell Lefler Buried in Naples Mrs. NelT Lefler of Atlanta sister of Pete Lyles of Naples ried at Atlanta Wednesday and • the body was brought to Naplep for burial yesterday. ^ Others srrvivors of the family are her son, her mother, Mrs. Susan Hicks three sifiters and another brother RucJT Hicks, alao of Naples. S. J. Ellington of Linden visited his sister Mrs. S. H. Story Tuesday Mr. Ellington formerly lived in Na- ples. Mrs. Beulah Floyd to Move to Gladewater Mrs. Beulah Floyd, who has conducted the Bluebonnet Cafe in Naples for about 7 years has fcased a building in Gladewater and will move to that place be- tween this and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 March 1937

1 ■n III .I'i. \ ' ■ Jfaplt tutor. VOLUME 51 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRJpAY, MARCH 12, 1937 Qn the "Broadway of America.1 PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE By Virgil A. Flelden, Representative Morris and Titus Counties Austin, March 10.—With the week ending March C a total of 978 bills had been introduced in the house of representatives and 419 bills had been introduced in the senatje. This should be ample evidence that the legislators are trying to do something. The status of the 978 house bills is: / In rommittee 583 Unfavorably with minority report 2 Dead -25 Sent to senate 34 Passed both, houses 24 Pending second readihg ..252 (Pending third reading 52 Bills tabled 2 Received from senate (not passed) ..21 Passed both houses 15 House simple resolutions 124 House concurrent resolutions_51 House joint rq.?pl uitiOns 52 Senate joint resolutions 1 Senate concurrent re^olutiohs.32 That is the picture of legisla- tive activity to date in cold figures. 1 have lef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 March 1937

v>r',' fSJRi I 1®* ■ •-:•?¥- NIW HIOH-COMMISSION VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE NEW AIL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL BODIES (WHh S.tld Steal Turret Top and UnikUel Construction) NEW DIAMOND CROWN BMEDLINE STYLING IMPROVED OLIDINO KNII-ACTION RIDI* , (a! n« extra cost) Central Moton Installment Plan •—monthly payments to $uit your tturse. Get both- 85 HORSEPOWER and PEAK ECONOMY! • You get all advantages—you sacri- fice nothing—when you buy a new 1937 Chevrolet with New High- Compression Valve-in-Head Engine PiAlEtt I* Wo *«• !■ JtL i and honesty have no need of loud protestations." MARCH 5—British fir* on American citii . .t ; latar known as Boston massacre, 1770. 6—Famous Drod Scott deci- Bion allectlnij runaway •lavja liandod down by Supreme Court, 1857. 7—First patent is issued on telephone Instrument, 1076. S—'Treaty signed opening Japan to United States ships. 16S4. 8—Pancho Villa, Mexican bandit, raided Colum- bus, N. Mex.. 1916. 10—Patent tor cutoff and valve for steam engine granted, 1849. JL...

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