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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 March 1937

' > ' *te/i m wmim. fifflvna staZ&ns plum attack appear. The egigs fruits when inch in hatch in about 2 to 4 1 A solution trees and then an soon as-they ■; .v.-;'; •: * yj?r ■ .■-.■am \ •<:*, 33SK$Btii 55®®^ ■ -ova>ii V... ..., The 60-horsepower Ford V-8 engine was first developed for Europe, whore fuel costs are liiglu Two years' nsago there proved its unusual cconomy. When the ''60'" came to this country this year, the Ford Motor Company made no mileage claims — waited for facts, written on American roads by American drivers. ■Now Lord '"(iO 1 owners are reporting average:; of 22 to 27 p:ilns on a gallon of f; ; ■■'>!in;>. That makes it the most economical Ford oar ever built! FT-""'.' ■ •: Kuasx®?. llest of all, the Ford "60" is just a9 big and roomy—just a9 handsome* sturdy and safe — as the famous 85- horsepower Ford V-8. And it sells at the lowest Ford price in years. * If you want a big car for a small budget—a car you can drive with pride ami profit—see th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 March 1937

, I Troop 42 met Friday about 15 scouts present, for a busy session. We are preparing for a Court of Honor to be foeld Fiiday night March 19. Morgan Hampton passed the last of his tenderfoot tests, and Delwin Moore. Connor Mathews are! Jim McCoy almost finished Four boys, Jimmy Leeve®, Le toy Franklin, J. H. (Wimpy) Mc- Coy and"Harold Huffman passed .second class signalling. This week we are concentrat ing on first aid. Let's get ready for that trip to Camp Preston Hunt, gang. Fortnightly Club March 17. 1937 AMERICAN' LANDSCAPE "After we have passed things unnoticed, the Artists brush shows us beauty." Hostess: Mrs. Allen Heard. Roll call: Response, comment upon Innesis as American artist: The Club. Introduction, Innes, Father and Son, Man and Work: Mrs. George Vissering. Through the Inncss Gallery Guide: Mrs. Ted Mathews. Blakelock: Mrs. Wendell Smith Maxfield Parrish: Mrs. Gene Baker. New swagger length coats in bright colors to go over your printed silks for Easter, mod- erately ...

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

; ,i VOLUME 51 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TE3 PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE By Virgil A. Fielden, Representative Morris and Titus Counties The House of Representatives began its third month today by tuking up the Jones -Franchise tax bill that I spoke about several weeks ago. The measure has been changed to a great extent and as it now stands, it is per- haps less harmful than it was before revision. The House amendments added today exempts all rural corporations and rural c-oopetrjaitjive1 (Societies, ,such as warehouses, &Jn-a©e plants, and small partnerships. Amendments NEGRO CHARGED WITH RAPE CAPTURED HERE lY, MARCH 19, 1937 On the "Broadway of Amsrics." Wanted in Greenville for At- tack on 11 Year Old White Girl. A negro, going by the name of Son Morris, about 25 years old, charged with a criminal attack on 11 year old white girl near were also adopted which eut the Peurifoy. Greenville was taken into cus- tody here last Wednesday by Con- stable S. H. Gods...

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

h '■ l; ■ #'i mwgk 4' /•I't*1'"1:,' 'VfH " 5V ™,;*•. M :7 W> , fl lair WHERE MILLIONS ARE BUYING '«3A—.1 1,160,231 l 35 1,425,209 bought U$ d Can from Chavrolat DoaUri A 1936 2/019,839 • o«ghr y<#d c "Ho BUY YOUR USED CAR FROM YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER FOR THESE REASONS | Your Chevrolet dealer has the finest selection of used cars in his entire history. A11 makes—all models. 4 Big volume enables your Chevrolet dealer to give you ~ bigger value ... at lower prices. 3 Chevrolet dealers employ the highest standard* and the most expertly trained mechanics for efficiently re- conditioning used cars. M Only Chevrolet dealers can offer used car* backed by the famous Quaranteed OK Tag—for eleven year* the nationally recognized ym- bat of SAFE USED CAR * INVESTMENT. ■ *41!- V USED CARS OF THE MOST OUT- STANDING QUALITY AND VALUE . . . ALL MAKES, ALL MODELS, INCLUDING MANY 1935-1936 CHEVROLETS . . . UNUSUALLY LOW PRICESI 1936 Chevrolet Master Coach, low mileage, perfect condition, new car g...

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

i. 'V S ; V VV. ■ ■ - ■ ' 11 V'l', / ' ' t * • y:v;. v M • V- 5* re , I ;■ |s, .it fiH si m i M , >1 | "jn.ni f:vgP;t,i?i5j SLviS; ii t$E , :'i f£:< ft * -ifr B i , :; IV I *, iii&Mjim tfaif j$ i* i i riflRnin I ■ ( . c*l *a U. S. Public Works Administration Awards World's Largest Single Refrigerator Contract When the Government buys refrigerators for its low-rent housing projects, low operating coat is essential. Bids are based on initial price FLUS cos£ of electricity for ten years. On that basis, the Westinghouse Re-' frigerator won against all competing bidders. Bccause of the Westinghouse efficiency, Westinghouse could submit a tower "over-all bid, even though four others quoted slightly lower initial prices for refrigerators. SEE THE NEW Wfeslimgliotise refrigerator SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY district as been c boundaries when said raid electicr. boundaries of a. described by me' as follows, Uwwit: Situated in the Nttrth Eastern portion of Morris County,...

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

am aans Personal and Local Happenings Colored Comic Section Started This week Ihe 8 page colored comic sen'i J. oft of Tho Naplee Mouitbr start*. Ihope ,vk u enjoy this feature of The Moni- tor. This feature consists of seven pages of colored comics and >ne 1 n,jre of advertising, and Chester ColwrT Potrd Dealer lin Nswpeo, nlwaays progresjiive and aggres- f>ivp, tfealiiaivg ithat. this seetfcoin vf The Monitor (will be eagerly lead t*v *11 its readers, amid r.lso wishing to aid in bringing this feature to the readers of The Monitor, has contracted for the entire paflre, and will tell vou something interesting each week. We believe Mr. Coker will make Lis advertisement so attractive md interesting that it will be as eagerly looked forward to as is the comic paiges of this section. Boy Scout News Troop 42 met Monday night with 20 scouts and several visi- tors present, and had a lively time. But along with the fun thijre was is>ome work. That <8 typical of scouting. Jack M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

$330,000 for 10 yeara inremittod I for Joe Taylor. |C. I. Plcelton, Sunday, tavaa U thrrtjtfencd with veiJ. I (Jnv k'V.nnoir hau\ JVmumIv . <>( i M *n w;.«.,u f'8. SUPPLEMENT TO THE NAPLES MONITOR Naples, Texas, Friday, March 19, 1987 I VICTOR J DOWLlttCr* MIGHT BROODS DOWN OOEB THE SIAMESE 0UM6LE AC10 THE SMALL NATIVE VILLAGE OP SAt-TAMG , WHERE JOE BRAILEY HAb ESTABLISHED HIS WILD AfllttAL CAMP QUICK. KORttl,CALL THE BOYS-IF WE DOm MOVE THese ANIMALS f AbT THEY'LL BE BURtlED AllVE Sl/DDfflLY A TOflGUf Of FLAME LEAPS UPWARD THROUGH THE DARHHESb Aflt> THE CAGED Of AST b STRAItt Id OA0 TERROR AT THEIR BAftb TOO 6A0 TO HAUE TO TURN THOSf \ FEllOUS LOOSE ••■BUT THfRf ^ISO'T TIME TO MOVE THEM ACL 7 I M £il-v i ti/k, triirlirig to 8 per cent which wan] spent the wopJc"wr r "JSTiilf * «ent to free conference when -theK'. Carpenter of near Omaha. Admission 10c to all. Everyon? -jl Sund nday l,u aool. lie i Mr. ant rents clc. #r. re t '' I VVri Ma Mr. , jltem rpril Tnj? w tile he

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

"ey of St. Drutr Store atii of bre t fenvift 1 far , For abort time 10 per cent dis- count on orders. • Filling ytaition, J. (L. ,Whi|ecotj- t«n, J. J. Richardson, Lena-Dell II IPIPm finiimn • < If Shr ilea 1 Js talci land si |ve th has i ■public MonIt< Nice fom I ills to C< |// lengtl i> i I JON South < MICE WORK,CHOLA.THAT OUOHT TO HOLD HIM FOR A WHILE ••• we CAN DO WITHOUT HIS COMPETITION (lOTHinC- LEFT OUT A COUPLE Of bojcn cats-This uiil come PRETTY WEAR PUTTINt, PIE OUT OP euSIH« "'flOW.HOU oo YOU SUPPOSE IT STARTED,*0R« I! deuils start IT, MASS A JOE r AS THE FIRE RAGES A CURQPEAH AND HIS SERVAMT PAUSE FOR ft PlOtttCIT BEFORE DlSAPPEARlHfc ItlTO THE JUMfoLE MORNING- - AS JOE 3URUEYS THE Ruin OF HIS CAMP 7 MAYBE KORHI IS RIGHT-. BUT I'LL BET OnE Of THOSE DEVILS 15 MAMEO STARK-" SAY, MR BRMLEY. LMV DlDfVT YOU SAVE THOSE RHINOS AND MUSK-DEER? VOU CAN GET TI6ERS ANYWHERE OR DRAILtY .VOU SURE ARE A dice MAO WITH ANIMALS. COULOO'T YOU USE A PER , FECTLY GRAND OLD ELE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

$330,000 for 10 year* iilWMHUMI tor .loo RVIM1. „jb*mw i« tVirnntenwl iwith ve/>. I Ouv iTnnnnr a,ml fanvilv «£! |l. 1. HUUWII, iVl.iaq ITifnl anc I j COKE QUICK ,m 0RAILEH • THC CUTEST THIK& JUST HAPPENED THtb MORtttttGr UttAT lb IT M6W, DOROTHY J EARTHQUAKE? JUbT A MINUTE TILL I GET THE KIDb FED LOOK 1 ISfVT IT THE FUNKIEST,, PINKEST THING! r PlttK/ WHY.61ESS YOUR SOUL.CHI 1.0. thati a ttnuint ELfcPHAttT A FEW DAYS LATER DO YOU MAUZC THAT rtO ArtirvAL MAH EYEK OWNED ONE... YOUR OLD AAMBAI HAS PUT M6 ON THE MAP c brailey .you ought to KNOW 1HAT THE NATIUEb WOfl'T LET A white elephant OUT Of siAM-i'LL —jAne IT Off VOUfl* L jf . HftNDS AT A fAIR m J J PRICE S3 THANKS. STARK . DUT I'll TAKE W tHAMCES vAvA/W ftFT£R/100rt 6*1(165 f\ VISITOR THAT LOOKS LIKE THE ANSWER BUT WE'LL HAft TO COWER OUR WE VE GOT TO HAVE THAT ELEPHANT SOMEHOW "IT'5 WORTH A FORTUME TRACKS-CHOI A,YOU'UE GOT A JOB- STEAL DOSS '/,//, I, w ,j<l CP i1 M Sf 33 & [r. a OMUBf to ff 0er cent wJiicK was sent ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

|ey of St. )ruor St*ir at in of le t ir i I Shi es 1 MWiwi'llH, liuua, UUUURH. For short time 10 per cent dis- count on orders. = . tilling Station, J. (L. ,Whi|ecr>t{- J. Ricliardbon. Lena-Onll All I n « ftwn ««• I ■Maui tak |ul s th lias . Iiblic lonlt I ICC s§ i to ( lengt [Of LOOK! THIS BRAILEY HAS BURflED OUR VILLAGE., now HE WILL BRlrtfc THE DEVILS BY STEALING oua SACRED CLEPHftflT QUICKLY , P1Y BROTHER.' UE MUST SAVE THE UHITC ELEPHfttIT FROM SACRILEGE fHOLA SETS OUT TO ROUSE THE C1ATII/ES TO RIOT 4 WHITE / WHITE ELEPHANT BEL0MG5 "DO THE MIAfa AS THE EflRAGED C10B SURGES IflTO BRAILEY'S CAMP-- OnC Of THE TEMPORARY CAGES lb QUE RTURflED $ 33* T\ omen h. ind lov< jy Perk Dry Skin ■ * —"*•■•••• • «'v mis ouaiuus io iimHe a« many good loans as possible and do not expect you to

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

R *330,000 for 10 year, inremitted | f9t; ... , „,{fh v-,,j „,i -,L."„.::!,.;-uJ?..? THIS 14 ONE WEAP0C1 THCY I AH. FEAR F|Ke drop that Gim.Konm •• you [ WjM! j CANT FIRE IrtTO THAT MOB 1 WHfRE'i THE KEROSENE ? / i A M f m THE WHITE MArt IS MAO H£ ATTACKS THE TIGER WITH A OAOOtf WlTHIM THE HUT , E RAl LEY 5 SERUANT RAISES A RIFLE ItiSlOE THERE, YOU UGLY DEVIL. OR I'LL SINGE OUT EVERY HAIR IN YOUR BEARD BACK! BACK! 6EF0l\e 1 RAM THIS QROOtt DOUtt VOURTHROAT. QUICK ,K0R«1, THE SPARC CAGE BY SIVA.' THE MAM HAS NO FEAR. PUN. FOR CENTURIES THE WHITE ELEPHANTS HAVE BEEN HELD AS THE SACRED PROPERTY Of YOUR KlfIG - NOW YOUR KING HftS GIUEtt UP HIS THKOflt ACID LEFT THE COUPITRY- HOW CAN THE ELEPHANTS BE Hf> ANY LONGER 9 M THE NATIVES STAND AWED BY THE STRANGE RESCUE Of THE CHILD AND OLD flATIVf. BRAILEY 5PfAKS WHITE HE SPEAKS THE TRUTH ELEPHAMT LITTLE n ni Tlpti fir. Idre 1 3 ioclj n iool I ' .Lllill dini| nine :juai| nne(| tts, i^eeM vtry,| The it nda\| • n air pe Sunel uda.vl i * r , %...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

St. LetrnoniH, itoua, uweKfl. Fcr short time 10 per cent dis- count. An <vrHo*>a ' - I Filling Station, J. iL. .Wliilccotf- Ilan. J. J. RichAvrfanm ?An«.n ll Aft V M • mmmtm m I MMNMI leng HUSH, LltTlE fEUOU VOUR MOTHER WILL BE DALH JUST AS EVERYTHING S Oil BOARD SHIP. CH01A-- 0£ CAN GRAB THAT ClEPHANT AMD MAKE A CLEAN &f TAUAV SOON AS TEENA HAS DRAWN THE WOOD 1 & 1 M AflUHILE - TRUSTING THAT THE RIOTING NATIVES LMLl BE 01AMED FOR THE THffT . STARK GOES 00 WITH HIS PLANS I'VE BfEh OVER TO BRAILEY'3-HE JUST SOlD US HIS^CEPHANT THAT'S A LIE. 6 US STARK .. If YOU TOUIH IT VOU'll TASTE THIS ELEPHANT HOOK UEU.'WELl! U£ NEtfi A LITTLE PANTHER BRING HER ALONG, tHOLft • • THEY'LL BLAME THAT ON THE flATIUES TOO a MISTAH BRAILtY!! NISSY C-ONE SAME TIME UTTlf ELEPHANT UHERf'S OLD RAMBAl ? THE" (lews OP D0R0THT5 DISAPPEARS IS DROUGHT TO BRAILEY BY ft Blsri\A(.TfD HOUSC • SERVANT THE KE6N-SCENT CO MOTHER, EASILY fOLLOWS THE TRAIL ' li Dry Skin in <nw .. ><rv die adAiuus to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

$;i3O,OO0 for 10 yeaiTinmnittec^o^^^^^^ .AitifiUml I*■••.>■• iiiwrtA^naX iNfttlll VH Iv I in-: /lot r A-*W« n*i/1 fami'ltf ; nfl • !• ^kpjrmi, fsuminy. tiff.. ,1| T?1*4._l ■>. .. rti'i...', DOfl T SHOOT, brailev-. domt SHOOT >c BRAtlEY OVERTAKES THEtt AT THE WATERfROOT t STARK CRINGED in TERROR. BUT CHOLA RftlSES HIS RlFlf AMD FIRES V^-M. I "ill I ■ UHlCf STARK. ATTEMPTIMG- TO ESCAPE LEAPS IMTO THE SCiftHIMG TROPIC WATERS WITH Pi SCPvEAtt CHARGES THE Of RAGE THE ECEPHAMT tlATlue bERUAdT wh at are you dom& oouri here on the ueu deck? you deloflc. up OH I JUST HAD TO HAUE AMOTHER COOK AT THE FUTURE WORLD'S FAMOUS ElCPHAMT itl flkbt ctass c A WEEK LATER THE pRincebs Of BAflKOK' STEAMS OOWM THE RIVER TOWARD THE 0PEN OCEAd AMD encLAno Mr, a and far L liss P wi th, fr. n| nt , lnierj Bi.wi sel ipbel| anc lr. al cue a n (I | lie linie I i wej Or. a| flt brool tiSsesj I No iday nptc-i fir. a J dren | Ufc ewt Fn raining to 8 per cent which was sent to free conference when the sp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 March 1937

St. For short time 10 per cent dls- FilUn ataltion' J> Whi|ec>tr count on iwlm " Won. J- Bichardaon. l«enn-l>pll ll/xit «"« JL tejAfttW IB We are cooperating with The Naples Monitor in furnishing this 8-page colored comic feature for your pleasure, and we hope you get much enjoyment in reading this section of The Monitor. We will, each week, have something of interest to car owners on this page that will mean saving money on your repair bill and also in trading your used car for a new one, or a better used one. Come in and let's talk Automobiles Our service department is operated by factory-trained mechanics, using Genuine Ford Parts Magnolia Gas and Oil Quick Wrecker Service if Chester Coker Ford Dealer Telephone 7 Naples, Texas _J No. 5 NEXT WEEK: "HARE AND HOUND." ANOTHER THRILLER BY THE AUTHOR OF "ALIAS THE CLOCK" ... IN WHICH THE CLOCK HAS TWO FACES. 1 Dry Skin n:i.. cl:. in . t <• ««n* w • •w (Xi c MilAiuiis co iiiiiitc &8 many | good loans as possible and do n...

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

paU.UUii tW 1U yuuiu 111UM1II1UUMIII ,|UlP^fTW^ taxes is threatened with ve (>.\ Guy iCVnncr aiu' family > of | Miss Will ell IJitel. 'vvMh Siitnr- SUPPLEMENT TO THE NAPLES MONITOR Naples, Texas, Friday, March 26, 1937 / MYSTERY FEATURE -COMPLETE VOU MEN KNOW AS MUCH AS X DO, ABOUT THE CLOCK, AN' THAT'S MOTHING. WE HAVEN'T A SINGLE CLUE TO WORK ON, BUT I WANT VOU I sent to free conference when the C. Carpenter of nea? Omaha. AT,- fori ,hil,l,-m, .1 -o :•: V.** Admission 10c to all. come. Rod an hool itutd lding Jamc cnar snnei •tts, ,vtry, The at incla> «nnir 110 Sund jnday l,u| hool. p>e 'Mr. ,ent rents elc. Mr. re V t. pi". £1 I 11 VII Y Everyone {,n,r wi f ; f ji« [ ilie he TVi i O 1*1

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

U^horna, Keda, iKlocks. \uimu,,J n.ihu 11 For short time 10 per cent dls- Fi,lin ataftion- J- & 1WfaSfo I .. * j i- -.-r- urtrt ii t oljkmmrs t r>„ti ii... - — - z ■■■ Shi tnk id f tl taa ibli. I wmmmmm. \Z HOURS OF THI5 —' x know, - i know vou haven't found anything vet, but voure still on the job r HELLO « --WHO?-MR HEMINGWAY OF THE CITIZEN^ WELFARE. COMMITTEE,-~ YES WELL, I'M DOING gad' — 1'lu go nut5 , if something does nt turn up soon r THE BEST t CAN AND shut up--no-no \\ not you mr. hemingwflt, --it's these phones, - okav - - e'bye f 0 L mm a SraWSIaffl HELLO § WHAT/ OM ALLEY.'- COHEN HEINTZ?— QUICK/1 , RIGHT AWAY ' '• mr* ( ^9 Dry Skin £ '••«.> m«i6 . n i < ate anxious to maice as many good loans as possible and do not expect you to

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

mow lor 10 .vfiui'ii iiiiwuiuuu Niii' ♦nvps is thrautened iwiUi ve/j.| guy Ccnna- and .family > cf ! JVIiiaa VViimll Eitel wti.i Satnr* GET TH)S, - THE CLOCK IS GO*N' TO PAV A VISIT TO J. PERRY 6E.TMOBE, IN OTHER. WORDS, THIS ARREST IS MADE TO ORDER - C'MON, FBITZ IS HONKING THE CAR READV, AN PUT EXTRA WOUNDS IN \T FOR EVERV- BODV SCOOT f -WHAT APE VA RACIN, TURTLES?— C'MON-- STEP ON IT F ~T~~ "7;; ♦ Roc! an hool ituivl idinf Jamc Oia innec ftta, V'BOl' pry, The at E •nd:i\ <nnir >10 Sund nday M ;hool.| e Mr. ?nt rent cL Ur. re l| E L Crt.'mV to 8'per con*which '*■«, sent to free conference when the spent tfic 'weqRT emT Willi John (\ Carpenter of near Omaha. •e*" - Admission come. 10c to all. Everyon; 4"! ? r #1*. Ma J ■Mr. |i®m| !pril injr \vj the he

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

ey of St. flriLfl itir of e t vifi xr if Shi i.ctjuviua, uuua, uvuujia. — - Fcr short time 10 per cent dfa- F1« Station, J. [h. .Whilecotj-1II count, nn nn)aM I IfcOUl- Jk J- IM«IUiW <*l>n T^no-Tloll ! 11/ « * /«•*/ ««« J 4 OMALLEV, - COVER THE REAR OF THE HOUSEPRITZ., NOU WATCH ONE oIDE AND COHEN,THE OTHER— I'LL GO INSIDE WITH OLO MAN SETMORE, AN'T4k>F NO CHANCES f okav, n chief; CAPTAIN, - VOUVC GOT TO HELP ME -SAVE ME FROM THIS FEIN D — ~ GET ME - - - CALM YOURSELF,- VOURE SAPEIX1 INSIDE A CORDON Or MV MEN **• -NOW, GIVE ME THE STOCV f hello, mr. getmore, —. what's th' dope on this case- WELL, TO-NIGHT, ABOUT NINE-THlRTY, I ASKED BENSON TO FETCH ME A SANDWICH AND COFFEE — BEFORE HE RETURNED, X DECIDED TO HAVE A COCKTAIL, INSTEAD, AND CALLED HIM.— HE WASNV OUT OF THE PANTRY A MINUTE AND WENT eACK AND RETURNED WITH TTE REFRESHMENTS, -T STARTED TO SAT THE -Jr ANDWCH AND F LCT .SOMETHING TOUQH, - OPENING IT UP, X FOUND THIS-His CARD * . < i:k Dry Skin hi i . . . tf'Ul t m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 March 1937

|330.00p for 10 year* inremitted I for Joe Taylor. | r. I. Pkel^n, Runday i0 with ve'|>. I Ouv rnnnw ami family ,o#-l m* Wi««H v.it* CAPTAIN' - VV VVHAT — VVA'o THAT SHHmh ' PUT OUT THE. lights- OKAY MR. CLOCK, YOUR TIME IS UP, REACH HIGH / WHERE IS. YOUR SAFE --M-MY P PRIVATE SS-STUDY-OFF THIS. R-ROOM - OH - C.C. G - • - hool c mu'da ndnur James cjiai (I, >nned\ LIGHT AND CALL MR. WHO-EVER-YOU- WELL, ARE'— X GUESS THIS PROVES e,' ae lei MEN THAT TH BEST OFiU AT SOMETIME wtry.Ji D V-VES CAPTAIN inning Sunda *oie an rents, sent to free conferencc when -the M'ent the weic$ end 'WiTh* John C. Carpenter of near Omaha. • t iMWj' aiftuv N Admission 10c to all. Everyone come. 71 4 ''71" d|r. ar MariJ Mr. aj temer •pr'i 7 ing witl| the hor

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 March 1937

of St I Drug-««■ «- ratir j of | Ire t |M vit) far ' Shi lies ' ta| It nil t lo tl J has |iublii lonl For short time 10 per cent dis- count. OH /Yrriora tan. J. J. Richardson. Luna-Dell I avv f f* s nnn natimn • amad imm i JlC< Its to [/ lens I 4 I r ijoi Sout] 4 n WHAT TH //- . VOUNG TRAVMOREf there a mv headache, bovb, unmask him/ y . , -an —and i have; to break. this news to him,-mv best friend - take him away, boys' gad, bob.' this disgrace will. kill your father 1 may i call?my lawyer \ r k Q t'ilu / LATER.- --youve caused enough trouble already, so do as vouc.e bid, from . now on, - at lisa-6t f well, you re out on bail now, so go home and stay there until i get in touch with you -- ye-yes, , mf* brend i * *•••• «w c • •* # vV' Dry Skin a Hrevftjiwm good loans as possible and do not expect you to

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