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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 March 1937

$330,000 i'or 10 fovoa la thvrtntpnpri with . ve to. I <?hv Connor and familv >©J-| Miia* Wi,n«ll ri«*t wm flotnr. -next morning, at headquarters ! - THE captain cets a lhttct< — keac> h • -Q, "V <v. -2^ YE GODS / v...«.w.K tu o per cent wnich wag sent to free conference when the sj'pnt the wo'^f end With John C. Carpenter of near Omaha Admission come. 10c to all. Everyone 4 ■ 7 I" R<j itar ?chc So til iendl Jal t.tol Ken« Rett! K%( Awtl t{ thatl MinJ planl 'rni(j St •3 u n(| jchc ■om| iper tare bac) Ml'I vfU i1r. [ Ml i" f I P5*! ini?r the

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 March 1937

^ney of St. Dri"* m le • lere fo J>f £ Iples |y. IS t land live ha I pub Leghorns, RedsTutiocKa^ For short time 10 per cent dis- count on mvt«N mm Filling Staftion, J. (L. .Whilecoth trtn. J. J. Richardson. T.pnn.Dpll Aft * n flnn «ai r Ni< jom 19; 1s\ IjA-fJjijjji '; FORD V-8 TUDOR SEDAN U £ ; t i i. • liii **" a i ' 'i; ' M TAKE A RIDE ON THIS QUALITY CAR AND SEE WHAT YOU'VE BEEN MISSING............ Know how much fun really mod- ern motoring is? Not until you have driven the 1937 Ford V-8. The big, roomy Tudor Sedan pic- tured above, for instance. Take a ride in this car and see what it offers . . . Beauty, performance, safety, comfort, economy—all there in heaping measure—with the "85" for maximum perform- ance or the "60" for maximum economy- -either in the same fine car. If you haven't driven the 1937 Ford V-8 why not find out what you're missing? Phone or drop in today. We'll place one at your disposal—whenever you say. Chester Coker Ford Dealer Telephone 7 Naples, Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 April 1937

inp £ Jm\ j.'it .'..-. VOLUME 51 On th wfl j; , i W r',\ 0 Mas#) fl&i f' ■WMtii radway of America.' NAPLES, ■i. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1937 On the "Broadway of PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE By Virgil A. Fielden, Representative Morris and Titus Counties LOCAL NEWS FROM j COMMUNITY NEWS Neu)sy Notes ROCKY BRANCH FROM BRYANS MILL From Dalton Local and Personal News of the. Community. The House of Representatives after an all day argument has finally engrossed the Junes Fran chiee Tax Bill and it will come up for .passage within the next two or three days. The status cf major legisla don as follows: Tax Remission: IMauti'te bill to remit all ad valorem taxes to counties has passed the House and awaits action en the Senate calendar. The Harris County Hood cotntnol measure nsking $330,000 for 10 yeara inremitted taxes is threuitened with xep The Speairs bill asking $200,000 J'or 10 years for Bexar County is set for special order in the Sen- ate Monday. All tax rem!i?fiion bills recei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 April 1937

>" If um,i w 11 i KB#. W Sales are UP and prices are down Now is money-saving time to buy a quality I USED CAR or TRUCK I Due to the popularity of the 1937 Chevrolet, we have a larger stock and our used car trade-in are the best we have ever offered. ALL MAKES and MODELS Your present car will probably cover the down payment, and easy terms will take care of the small balance All used cars are thoroughly reconditioned by Factory Trained Mechanics and Modern Shop Equipment WRECKER SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Mathews-Coker Chevrolet Co. Phone 125, Naples, Texas zik ft A "Pity him who turnj hii bctc^ on hi* own people." MUCH IS—Tox-.n gave wotmM th« light to vot* art primary , •leotlom. 1617. W—Thy Oreek Indlcou ww defeated at tb# battla of Horaeehs* Bend 1814, It—TVa United Statu Inaat* Ehs«k surrwdersd. 1814. It—Providence. ft. I., attacked t* Una Philip and nearly deetroyed, 16T6, 30—The United State* pu ohaeed Alaska from Hu«ia, 1867. Mtl-«The Treaeury Bldg and a large number of record...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 April 1937

High B i'-'V.y - ■" iM fW;' SCHOOL NEWS Mary 'McCoy Three weeks t-xnruinations have been given and we are well on the iway to> the six weeks teats The tennia tournament has proved very interesting. The jwinnety in (leci^fnatian were): S|enlar| wlirls, Muurieto Watson and Elpise Vermillion: Junior boys, Morgan Hampton tad Forrest Harte. We hope these will be fortunate in the county meet. We are glad to welcome our eld J'riond, Dcte'iH Mar\n, back. She has Iwpii attending school a'. Rodeaaa, but has) returned to Naples High. SENIOR CLASS NOTES Gladys Huffman School ■1111a Notes district as been tffeatud have never] proposition to cancel and revoke'the provisions of the Statutes and that aaidlthc $46,000.00 of said bonds re- hereinabove referred to. Well, lihree weeks exami are over Mice more. We only have one more three weeks, one six weeks, a|nd Ihen final ex^ms The English IV A and 13 grades were good this time. We are piogressing rapidly in grammar. SOPIIOMOHE NOTES Mprie Visser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 April 1937

Personal and Local Happenings ---j.-.f - - ----j-:- ----------- Methodist Church Dedication Services , . ,1V LMater AI The Naples Kaptist Church ^rd'biv-tkinB Sundav School; a, building twill be farmaUy tdedi- 3 and ■ «*• *• * T A"MM f a,,nreciatod th. male fMMb the dedication ..men at • * i n... I , .Un A \\ 11. |3; Bggf. RiS- EV • Efei V.' V I.;. m ft,:;' Hi Hi IS fe:' 0< If 11 1 i k; X B1 I! Ml I Kg ■ft. 1 lk:u tsjtt'cially quartet. Suday* aftrenoon at Coriu:tt we luu! a good quarterly conlerence wi ll attended by the Naiples folks. 711,. reports were unusually fine. Our! deletfaites to the District C< lerence at Daingerflld on Apt II 26. 27, and 28 are Mrs. Lee Davis, R. JL McCord, (Mrs. J. M Hampton, and' R. O. McMichael ■.vith L. L. Truitt a local preacher. We hope many Naples people will attend aa visitors. Itcv. H. t. Robinson, our presid- ing Elder, preached a great ser- mon Sunday night to a large crowd. So closed a busy and eventful 'Easteir. ' . Most of the Steward...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 April 1937

HP*** rikr> ■/■ i ,; ■4,''; :-'" LL_ •' Jttomtor. VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of America.' NAPLES, TEXAS, FKJVAY, APRIL 23, 1937 Qn the "Broadway of America. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE By . .'.v-'l fckfy Virgil A. Fielden, Representative . Morris and Titu9 Counties DOUGLASSVILLE WELL IS DOWN 3720 FEET ? .1 j East Texas Chamber of Commerce pPfcaker Wotrk drilling the McAI'ester Fuel Co. Doorley No. 1 well aboi^ 13 mijefli eajit of jN«ptes is progressing' satisfactorily . T'l:ere are three crew* and the drilling is continuous. Yesterday, morning the well ivas 372b feet deep with drilling in Gqorgetoiwn lime. V i The driller informed m Moni- tor representative that the log of thif, well is pretty well the same as of the Rodessa field but" that l*,te formations are running, lit- tle (highw than in I^Je Ut' diessa field. Coj<?s were frlam in the Blossom "sand at 28CS-2868 feet TiitercU* still an apparent dead- lock between the Hoiuae and the Senate, With /fie House (Mindin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 April 1937

TEXAS LEGISLATURE first page) A paper plate glued to the bot- tom of >a paint can will catch all drippngs from can and serves as a holjdeir for ppli;nt (brushes). When measuring liquids for cake Alw)aiy& Ret measuring cud on a level surface. —o— Baked peaches and pears are delicious. Peeli ifresh fruTH sprinkle with lemon juice and sugar and bake in moderately alow 'oven until tender. Frulte s are good for Sunday,tea, Put tiwo hot wafTlea together with butj/iir, honey and 1-4 teaspoon of cinnamon. Net Quite Everything Tallulah Bankhead makes pagj one iby'telling the modern woman thiat "being glamorous and so- I-histScated isn't everything." Of course, not, Tallulah; as any theatrical publicity expert will tell you, one has to be exotic also —Baton Rouge Times. SltrDoiwna and Patriotism prepared this way can be served with meats or as dessert good at this session «<t this time Gold Price Household Hints andiwi If the price of gold should be reduced from $35 an ounce to $30 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 April 1937

.. • iff . ■ " *• § ¥&%£•'*■'&■ "if mm m - ■■ ■ (P^ You Pay Less TO OWN IT TO RUN IT ■ • '.vH,, ; _ 1937 Ford V*8 Sis "big night" for Ow studTrg'h but we are Our- laboratory was on clear Tfo« tost papers for the laut illarg. on meats study «oup8. Wednesday mm soups very good SENIOR CLASS NOTES Ki'Jadys Huffman • If you think that "all low-price cars coat about the same" — for- get itl They don't. Ford makes a car — a 60-horse- power economy Ford V-8 — that sella from 30 to 60 dollars under the prices asked for any other car of comparable size. The lowest Ford prices in years I Check delivered prices in your town and see for yourself. • Of course, first cost doesn't prove "low cost" — you must consider operating cost also. The "60" has definitely estab- lished itself as the most economical car in Ford history. Ford cars have been famous for economy for 34 years, so that meanB something! Owners who have driven it thou- sands of miles report that the Ford "60" averages between ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 April 1937

- # Personal and Local Happenings WMBSdi Fortnightly Club April 28, 1937 Boy Scout New* jWe Appreciate The ; Angel Food Cake CHEVROLET DEALERS MET IN CONFERENCE Eighteen (reprefieiitaji\fa Chev- rolet dealers from tall sections tvf |lh« United Suites gathered in Trojap 42 met Monday niigh.1)1 Detroit the week of April 12, for with the scoutmaster, Mr. Nat' another in 15hle series of monthly Culture in the Child an Interest j Watts, chairman, and L. L. Truitt ^ 'ie e^'tor of this taewspap^; dealer conferences conducted by ■ Pictures as Part Education, j of the lro*>p committee present, naturally of an appreciative E. Holler, general sales mana- HosfSSe: Mm. H. D. Roberts : together with some 20 scouts. nature, but our heart is overflow- Kcl' of the Chevrolet Motor Divi- Roll call: Response, personal | We enjoyed having the visitors. with gratitude to the entire "i0*1 Generrll /MlnHors Sajles (Mir. and Miw. Burns Harwell of Camden, Ark., visited his mother, M!ra. S. A. Harwell, las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 May 1937

? pMk ■ ■Km ■■ BH . "Wrnvs VOLUME 52 W Ou the "Broadway of America." — l s Seniors Are Banquetted By The Baptist Ladies fi.vijK'ifi'i: MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1937 Qb the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 5 One of the outstanding events | following faculty. H. T. Morris in the life of thp Senior class of superintendent, IlpJlis Allen. Mrs Naples High School, and •one that | 0. D. Nolen, 0. A. Wray, II; D; in looked forward to with much | Roberts, Miss Lillie Dora Fielder anticipation and pleasure. I* the .Mrs. If. T. Morris, Miss Virginia 8/mor Banquet given each year White, Mrs. Bernice Whiteaotton by the Baptist ladies of Naples. Miss Krmadine Walla, W. B. King LftMt Tneatly )<)(*)* ,w*s jfhie Miss Phylis Burnam, ,Mrs. C. E. time set for this eventful oc- Griffin, jMH*. Veneta Bryan. Mrs. oasion and it was a very enjoy- j. _w. Martin. able affair., not 'only for the | The fallowing were invited Seniors, but Dor the faculty and guests: Dr. John L. Wharton, the invited guests. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 May 1937

Prom wflod ipulp. During1 the past 12 spot pulp prices Ibave in 1936 CHEVROLET PICKUP, . . P . _ Drivern only 12,000 miles. Per- creased almost 100 per cent with feet condition, i indications of in ntlTl Ihighei price. Spot pulp currently CV evr° 1936 FORD, TRUCK, 157 inch quoted $80-$85 per ton as again* wheelbase, 10 ply tires on rear !$40-$45 a year ago, and is at bin overload springs. Low mileage, highest price since 1922 when ti' yOM* yOU During tJiit and good condition. average was H J conditioned. values we are offering this week An popular/wakes all dependable values CHEVROLET, 33, MASTER FOtRD—LATE 1934 FORDOR COACH. Brand new finish, clean DE LUXE SEDAN. Original upholstery, valves ground, new fmiah. Good tires. IPerfeet con- rings. A real dollar value. dition. <1 , > 'J CHEVROLET, 29, COUPE. Un- usually low price with lots of transportation. FORD—34, COACH, with trunk, good tires, clean upholstery, good war, prices ran as high as $250 1936 CHEVROLET TRUCK. 157 ton- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 May 1937

s I udJy Kilowatt Will KuL-p Yo'jr ( *■ Horns Cool All Night Lonq. i ool Vour IIohm* willi Attic Ventilation! It Is Cheap to Install and Elec- tricity Is So Cheap It Costs Only a Few Pennies to Have Cool Breezes All Night! Rwiifinboi la it summoi? Tho nlght l WWO utili unci hot. Tho cxir niucjg/. You cwltwifcj arid lojseJ in bed, piayincj lor u cool Iieeio. In lha morning yon were worn out. Avoid thut Bulliftincj this year. Inctctll an attic ventilation uyotom nowl Attic ventilution is a new system ol he me cooling. It consists ol art ex huust (an and vent bo* in your attic. When the nun (jo&3 down, you turn on the Ian. It pulls the cool outiide air in tluough your downstairs win dows . . . circulate;! it through a c&il- ing (jtille Into the attlo. Tiie exhaust Ian then dispeb the stale, watrri air horn the attic through attic louvers. The result is your home Is lilted with cool, invigorating breezes and you sleep like a top. Gee your attic ventilation dealer now. Ask him to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 May 1937

u L J IM fi }' m 1 w- I mi A II r I 2 Its ■ Isi'iY1, mfvetbefore such a CAR at such a price *j j p V NKfjoonr-'- •— W tfjfrfjfv' ■ ■ $ fiT* 06 U THE QUIVERED PRICE DJJ U NAPLES „, *. im« rear ° '1 * " ' yy\ £ J |(H|WW ■■■ Douglattville Well At- tracts Much Attention Tho McAlester Fuel Co. Doo l'ley No. 1 well, about 15 miles east of Niaples continues to at- tract much interest of tlhe iOil puo- ]>le throughout this par of the state as well ,as Oklaihoma and Louisiana. The well was drilling around 5100 feet yesterday expectations of finishing the anhydrite sand soon. Geolo/giist iPtuport th&y \eocpect pay sand will be found within the next 800 to 1000 feet. Boy Scout News Methodist Church Troop 42 met Monday night with 21 scouts and several visi- tors present, We had a fine meeting, and lois of fun. Our C5urt of Honor will be held on Sunday; ufltarn^ou, May 16. Many of the boys have earn- ed awimla, ;which /ttyfty wall re- ceive lojn Ithat (lity. All parents and friends are in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

Jtlonitor. /4 ■* ■ i VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1937 On the "Broadway of America." MORRIS COUNTY SCHOOLS'LOCAL NEWS FROM SOCIAL SECURITY The score cards for standard- ized schools as per final checking by the Deputy State Superintend- ent iare as follows; Because of the late date for final checking, some districts had lost enoughs students to cause their attendance to fall below 70 per cent. A daily attendance of less than 70 per cent lowers the score 50 points. Sycamore and Cason ROCKY BRANCH! QUESTIONS-ANSWERS NUMBER 10 LOCAL HAPPENINGS U IN LONE OAK Methodist Church Local and Personal News of th Community. ■ '* iRiaqky BqatichJ jJune fl.—|M>*. and Mrs. George Clay visited in the O. D. Tigert home Sunday Glenn Nelson of Hughes .Springs visited Jerry Pratt the would have scored 50 points more pa8t if graded eigfrt weeks earlier. Brown City 895 Center Point 935 Mir. afid Mftisi MJartin Thigpen and little daughter, IMIerle Jean visited ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

- I.,I FILL THE TANK ONCE As the old bird iingi so the young ones twitter. JUNE 4—Mexico declared war alruu the United Slate« 1845 &—Registration day ol diaft lor Ammlcan National Army, 1917 8—GoverrSt lohn Murray ol Viiglnia look lofuyo on s. all'day! board ci BrlMl> man ot war, 1775 7—The flrat patent on a monotype machine granted, 1887. •-Ex-President ol the United State* Andrew Jackson died, 184S. •—San Francltco, Calif. formed its Hist vigilance committee, 1851 10-s. s. Niaaara began to lay the Atlu 1858. ntic cable, ewmi Cummin s I Concentrate m itif mT>\ ?-r 5- -:ii. f.n ; . „■ J . i 1 L Does Your Home, Barn, or Fences Need Repairing? Come in and let's figure on the material MI' T-P isiti necessary to make the needed repairs '' /* ' tit, ftjf- u * ®J f' r r f.v" 1 v | Jfflf * ; •■£<' |L- . t ' ' * fijf " .p).*' r *, i 5 jpjroippsal. -f Wealth isaion the 24 (now Vlpwn J. B. WATTS tihe banking 'e 16,000 baniks FORn "60" OWNERS REPORT 22-27 MILES PER GALLON I TaK cO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

News Review of Current Events the World Over Windsor and Wallis Are Married, Anglican Church Out- witted—'] ax Dodging by the Rich to Be Investi- gated—House Rebels Yield. By EDWARD W. PICKARD (£> Western Newspaper Union. mi i f Duchess of Windsor n* DVVARD, duke ot Windsor, and Mrs. Wallis Warfield, the Amer- ican woman for love of whom he gave up his throne, were married in the Chateau de Can- de, Monts, France, and ore now spend- ing their honeymoon at Wasserleonburg castle in lower Aus- tria. Almost at the last moment the Church of England was outwitted by .. _Tn-.. the action of an ob- { 8 c u r e provincial clergyman from the north of England, and the civil cere- mony performed by the mayor of Monts was followed by a religious wedding conducted by that same minister, Rev. Robert Anderson Jardine, in flat defiance of the pro- tests of the leaders of the church. Sixteen principal guests were present in the chateau when Mayor Mercier, pronouncing the English names with difficu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

i? I i * ? > m' ';ffi rto I Lesson for June 13 THE BKOTHERLI LOVE OF JUDAH LESSON TEXT—Genesis +4:18-3«. GOLDEN TEXT—Let brotherly love con- tinue. Hebrews 13:1: PHIMARY TOF1C — Benjamin's Big Brother. JUNIOR TOPIC- Big Brother!. INTERMEDIATE TOPIC—Loving as ■ Brother. _ YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC— Self-Sacrifice In the Family. The fundamental unit of society is the family. It is of more im- portance than the state, the church, and the social order of which it is a part. The breakdown of the home and the sacred relationships sus- tained between parents and chil- dren, or brothers and sisters, points to the destruction of society itself. God established the family in the Garden of Eden. His plan and pur- pose have never been changed, nor have his laws for the protection of the home, for the sanctity of mar- riage, for brotherly love, been set aside. Men and nations may de- vise other plans and follow the dic- tates of the flesh, but that road al- ways leads to ruin. The continua...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

THE NAPLKS MONITOR Fun for the Whole Family THE FEATHERHEADS Correct Vacation Toggery I MUCH ... ' >• By OikocM • We*«r UaW d04t be 1(4 too much of a hurry—heres a spot vou nmssed i have To HURRY UP So i GbT IT ALL DOKlE" BEFORE THE PAirtT <SWES tme more haste-The less paint ^ou onl the boards — PON'T BE IM A (I HURRY FBU*7 LOOK y t>OMT ee in a VJWAT VOIJVE LHURBV/ WHEM PONE/ HOW'M N.TME PAWT DRtt I fiOINQ- To SET \ VOd CAW VMAlK - OUT OF HERE?J BACK TO. THE DOOf?r Isolated \%(pVA^ [MAKiMtf- ToK.es ABOUT ?Ai<4t 4<f- IS>rt'T x EXACTLY DRV HUMOR. S'MATTER POP— Ya Gotta Give Pop Reasons, Yes, Sir! i.i vjilliam J MAW OUT? cam eat CANT A CAW EAT S3 Cawt By C.M. PAYNE VJi-r+t T-46. Tool— E-STloH, maw COopyright, 1836, by Th. Btll Byndlc t«, Inc.) / ! ! MESCAL IKE b* s. l huntley They Should Have Waited for Him MULEV AlKi'T A-\WOQXiNl' AT TH' FORKED LIGHTKJIM RANCH NIO MOBE TOO hum! „ NA\AJ THET WftRwr WIT _ HULBV S/XV-S NEVER 6 CT STARTED SO <. EARUV-LlKE. mow eablv o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

THE NAPLES MONITOR f>' VV"~. Four Japanese children seem to get a big thrill from acting as train-bearers to this prize rooster, held by the proud owner. This type of fowl is common in rural areas of Japan, where the hobby of the farm folk is raising long-tailed chickens. The longer the tail, the more valuable the bird. They take extraordinary care of their pets to preserve the luxuriant appendages. Bedtime Story for Children By THORNTON W. BURGESS PETER RABBIT WATCHES FOR SIGNS COME people never see things be- ^ cause they never look for them. Peter Rabbit isn't that kind. My goodness, no! Peter is all the time looking and listening. You see, he is dreadfully afraid that he will miss something. So every minute that he is awake he is looking and lis- tening. It was this way more than He Would Carefully Cover Her Over Again With the Dead Leaves That , She n$ight Not Catch Cold. sver noiv. Sister South Wind had arrived and said that Mistress Spring was not far behind, and that she ...

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