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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

——— m ' L*** Lssskv^J fid. 1"'™ol*"' ipm**-. Wmmm *l0*'O(atj!o ,NO KN«-ACTIO, uuiZJz"° •*'«■«. , r I ips-v | I n • I rot ECONOMICAL - TRANSPORTATION -V SSfsrH., , "$ sa&esajSyagjt l It's the only low-priced car that brings you all these motoring advantages—the only low-priced car that gives you such outstanding beauty, comfort and performance together with such exceptional operating economy. *KneO'Action and Shockproof Storing on Muster l>« Luxe models only. General Motors Installment Plan—monthly payments to sail your purse. CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. General Motors Sales Corporation. DETROIT, MICHIGAN rH \i O N LY C O MP LETE C A R - PR IC ED JTyfl V>n:rV?5'v-** 'V«#V ' •- * 'V; V •. ■ -■ "• ; '''it " Hecurity^account number; (2) ihia occupation; (3) the total amount and date of «*ach remuneration orms will not excuse employers for failure to file their returns on time. Severe penalties are imposed by law for willful failure to file returns or for false or fraudulent retu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 June 1937

HHHjflRfyf ■ 2™;?l ■m \ I Keep Your Water Piping Hot 24 Hours a Day—Automatically! Considering Its Many- Advantages Electric Water Heating Is CHEAP! Says Ruddy Kilowatt, Your Electric Servault lS | ■ . t I keep a good supply of piping hot water on hand for you always ... auto- matically. When I heat your water, you simply install an electric water heater and forget it. When the temperature of the water drops to a certain degree I heat It some more. When you are ready to shave or take a bath, you just turn the faucet and get all the hot water you need. Heating your water is just one of the many chores I do for you. I refrigerate your food, cool your home, clean your rugs and do a host of other jobs about the house. My labor Is cheap. The longer I work, the less I get paid per hour. SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY tM v-': Personal and Local Happenings BAPTIST BRIEFS Hi it- We returned Wednesday night from a very wonderful Evange- listic Conference !held last week at the Southw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

. p.. WWV ■' mm ■ ' lUontfor VOLUMF) 52 On the "Broadway of America.' NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1937 9* the "Broadway of America." NUMBER 12 Drilling Soon To Begin On Oil Test Well Near Naples The Location Is Three Miles I Northwest of Town Drillers Have Option | of Going Down 7,000 Feet if Necessary Preparations for a teot well three miles northwest ff{ Naples are well under way and drilling is expected to begin soon. • The derrick has (been erected ond machinery will aoion be placed in iwoaitirtn. Th^ location <a Im Sen.iDr MtorrTs Sheppard's land and It will be drilled by the C. M. Jriner Oil CV-rpomation. Kb is MffiMtied tWr. /the 'contract depth in 4500 feet, with privilege of ef dng to "700D f^et if neces- sary, at the cption1 of the drillers. The derrick is 122 feet high and is constructed of heavy steel, capable rf standing the strain of putting dowi a (well rr<oiie than 7,000 feet deep. Work has been impeded by the extremely hot PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEXAS LEGISLAT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

■■!• I : ffi|j 'M'f i ' ' "f f/" ySSHNi v mi .. $ ,;« - Mmt- i w HERE u. Get Ready to Go - In a Good Used Car There's no better time than right now to select a good used car. Some of the best, values we've ever been able to offer are now on our lot, and because our stock is larger than usual you'll find the price extremely low. The dozens of smart fellows who have been buying New Cars lately have traded us so and they're ready to be passed on to you at a saving . . . C Modern Shop Equipment Factory Trained Mechanics Wrcjdker Service Day and Night e mighty good cars, H - TERMS - TRADE MATHEWS-COKER CHEVROLET CI Naples, Telephone 125 PANY ittsburg, Telephone 150 Fresh Home Killed Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries || Fruits and Vegetables CASH GROCERY AND MARKET Quality and Service Emmett Fleming m THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday Ky W. R. WATTS Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

,\i!; THR N> monitor & New* Review of Current Events 'ON THE LINE!' DEMANDS CIO Steel Refuses to Sign Contracts . . . And So There's Deadlock Look to U. S. for Strike Settlement Monroe (Micb.) Women Defended Their Husbands' Right to Strike. ^ .QTTTi/rivraWT7.FQ THE WOPT.TVJ SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK e Western Newspaper Union. '"PHERE is no issue of wages, hours or other material de- mands in the strife between the independent steel corporations and John L. Lewis' Committee for In- dustrial Organization. The corpora- tions have agreed to all of the demands of the unions—verbally. "Verbally"—that is the word which has for weeks kept thousands of workers in eight or ten states from returning to their jobs. The C. I. O. demands that the corporations put their agreement in the form of a Written contract. The corporations refuse. And the unions have refused to call off the strikes until they get the signatures on the line. Union officials have taken the po- sition that if the com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

wa * wm % < 1 THE NAPLES MONITOR Fun for the Whole Family THE FEATHERHEADS By Oftborn* • VMtan H.a.p.iw U. it would be a good time" to smooth out somf of the bumps in it- —a morse <FoT stuck in The asphalt paving it melted to a depth op an inch— PoNT TfeLL me IT I Ski T HOT/ THEVfee FRYING- ECsCrS ON THE CITt' MAI.L STEPS I ViHAT— NO BACON? Cool Reception |t^ QUAy^ S'MATTER POP— You Folks Who Diet, Maybe This Is Something IMf' i; W-Hat A -abalt-^v looxih' 13 aV i ^ r •almt "4c>, MAW ! take an 1wte.<e.vle.w So DONT Tell me IT ISN'T HOT/ WELL—IT lt>NT HEBE. / look AT THOSE' CANDLES— AND WA* MELTS QUICKER "THAN ASPHALT thatll cool him off figuring- it out— The v're wooden dummy candles By C. M. PAYNE A^.yw^AT iwTttte«,Ts CDo^StT^ tolk'A Feex> (Copyright, 1938, by Th« Btll 8yndic t«, Inc.) SiJRNiNG- -rng cmpl£ at both £np s (sn&s ^OU A LiGHUrR existedcc MESCAL IKE Br 3. L. HUNTLEY MICO J e VEAW) UG KlIQM ojto wvsseo our OUT MES A-SWOW1M A HEAP OF SIGNJS OF IM PRCVE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

THE NAPLES MONITOR Filet Crocheted Squares Elegant Md? Pattern 5815 Elegance without extravagance! It's yours in this filet lace spread, which requires only humble string for the making. See how beauti- fully the 10 inch companion squares are made to contrast? If you prefer, but one square may be used and repeated throughout. You'll be overjoyed to find both squares so easy! In pattern 5815 you will find instructions and charts for making the squares shown; an illustration of them and of the stitches used; material re- quirements. To obtain this pattern send 15 cents in stamps or coins (coins preferred) to The Sewing Circle Household Arts Dept., 259 W. Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. Please write pattern number, your name and address plainly. My ^Tavolite •tsi _ By eClpC Mrs. John N. / Garner Icebox Rolls. 1 cake yeast 1 cup lukewarm milk ',ii cup shortening 1 rounded tablespoon sugar 1 cup mashed potatoes 2 eggs, well beaten 1 teaspoon salt Enough flour to make stiff dough. Dissolv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

I LES MONITOR Wall of Windows" in Bryce Canyon Park JUST GO FISHIN' I i l: Bi ml ! I IS Wk ■ ... , , • .. . , - -<§illl ■ > * : - :■: : :• V ■ ; :|5iR=:;; ' ■ ■ " ''W-. V , 1 ' %>■ Towering above the floor of Bryce Canyon National park is this huge knife-like formation, a slender ridge of eroded rock, pierced by large openings. To it has been given the name "Wall of Windows." Its fantastic min- aret-like top, in varying shades of red, brown and ochre, stands brilliant in the afternoon sun in silhouette against the blue sky. This is a Union Pacific railroad photograph. r i HP' & IISSSS rrr* > « ;. rrr "> • 9 >'>m ; Thornton W Burtfess i 1m a * f |1«f (Ky f t • f 1 f f Mff.t f a n i « at ^ t 4 ' * ' ' J ^ THE HERALD OF MISTRESS SPRING D ETER RABBIT was sitting in the *■ middle of the dear Old Brier Patch. Jolly, round, red Mr. Sun had just begun his daily climb up in the blue, blue sky, and Peter was wondering where he would go and what he would do when he hea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

'■ * if Greatly Expanded Production Required for Full Recovery 1937 Ford V*8 and watch the fuel gage Maybe you never had fun driving a car with your eye on the fuel gage—but wait till you try the 1937 FORD V-8 with the 60- horsepower engine . . . It's a joy to watch this car swallow miles without swallowing gallons . . . Prove for yourself how economical modern motoring has become, ■I Come in and let us|demonstrate to you the new standard of gas mileage it sets. Bring Your Cars To Us For Repairs Our repair department is in charge of Factory-Trained me- chanics with new modern equipment . . . Let us figure on your next repair job CHESTER COKER MOTOR COMPANY The One-Stop Station . Gas - Oils - Tires - Tubes - Parts - Repairs Telephone 7, Naples, Texas By HAKOI.U G. MOULTON President, The Brookings liutitution The Country Newspip.'r There are a few who appreciate the country newspaper and its editor as they should. The [cioiumtry }ieiwe|ppip)hr) 8 s "hoxnqf groiwn'; Jins|tituti|>n;|...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 June 1937

? DOVf 7i Aurrm fords in ; ! Low* ga: M/awrflWOfl 1ey khvm vxd owners know J" •d bto dax •la. ,or . lout U U 1 r* *nS th«ou«h Body joount«a «" Iowa" of rubbw. ■J Aut o>' f PUn < y'fi^V^cAdftCo. i ■ - "sssisx^"m FORD V-8 ■rtUMi-as-.-Then^'60 -Y TEXAS LABOR BUILT W TEXAS BY i* w The T"t"t! Personal and Local Happenings &JU£Z 555S3B Wean's Missionary Society r ^ i? The Woman's (Missionary So- ciety met Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Sam Robision in charge. Subject, "l&Fissiqpary" Achieve- ment.'' Mrs.Lowery, (Mrs- Mfctoire, Mrs. Dan Watson and Mrs. Hibbetts on program. Social committee Mrs. George v'?rc<Ting, mts. Lowery and /Mrs. Robison. Bro. Bering gave the members a Bible lessen from the Baoik of Ames fur 4 Mlomdays in June. The; lesson wiir~be from chapter 1. Naples Potato Market Closed Yesterday ¥ ' r Summer Weather Comes to Town The potato market in Naples vVoped yesterday. Buyers jpaid 75 cents per hundred ppainds for the last potatoes bought. During the season th...

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

I i W#'.' PI "'r". J 4..: ' ,..-f ,, , . . ;...M> . • !-,5r. ,...:> . VJlt . . Sr^TWT'' T * I v J / H H Is I fp ■ a— •£' •m 1 1- £fapl ^Unntfor VOLUMR 52 On the "Broadway of America.' NAPLES, TEXAS, FRtlAY, JULY 2, 1937 Oa the "Broadway of America.' Old Fiddlers Contest To Be Held In Winns- boro on July 5th Winnsboro, (Special)—Texas champion Addle hands represent intt three of the oldest organiza tions of tiddlers In the State will meet here July 5th. at the City Park for their annual picnic and reunion, and entertain thousands of visitors with concert playing, featuring all kinds of fiddle tunes, according to T. M Wall, General chairman of arrangements. Highlight of the tiddler's re union is a priza contest, with prizes given for the best indtvid ual musician, thereat group of musicians and the best family uroupuf musicians. City Farlc is located near Winnsboro where tall trees pro vide plenty of shade. There is ample parking space, a swimming pool and an auditorium. The en ...

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

imm iw, wniw i . w-r- ' «( , THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friduy By W. R. WATT: Entered as second-class mall mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS -50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisers to b< honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers hav< 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. 3L I f- o TEXAS. t CONGRESSMAN • Adjournment The impression seems to b< among the Democratic leaders of the Administration that Congress should remain in session until SUch proposals as changing the Judiciary, reorganization of Gov- ernmental departments, hour* and wages, and farm tenancy are tiuallv disposed of. Then has been some talk for a ninet.\ day recess, but the majjrit.\ opinion is t...

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

ljSB. n«'tV8 llptrti>iv 0f Citrreilt Events f. p. R. EYEING THIRD TERM? He Is Grows in Capital . . . State Troops Act in oiii^es ... Mediation Board Hits Snags mm BWETOBBaMW m:. m dwfrt I Being; human at bar on island where President Roosevelt "humanized" relations between the White House and majority members of congress: Senators Key Pittman (left) of Nevada and John H. Overton of Louisiana. "Humanizing" the Majority A S MAJORITY members of con- f*- gress met on Jefferson island in Chesapeake bay with President Roosevelt, to have their relations with the chief execu- tive "humanized," the belief in Wash- ington circles that the President is will- ing to accept a third term expanded t o the greatest propor- tionsithasyetknown. The spark which touched off the lat- est cloakroom whis- „ .. . perings of a third president term was the dec- Roosevelt laration by Gov. George H. Earle of Pennsylvania that he would give "unqualified and final" support to a Roose- velt - for - President m...

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

, fRaM lv ft • r:; * ||! $ { ■' i S SSfi fet* 1st IP 111? a SYNOPSIS Preparing to closr her rammer home and apend the winter in France with a great- aunt, Aniie Vincent, a middle-aged widow, •ccedei to the pleas of her adopted daughter Rachel, twenty and pretty, that she tell her about her real mother. Anne, an unselfish, understanding aoul. finds the talk difficult, aince she teeli Rachel la putting a barriei between them. Rachel learn* that her real mother was beautiful eighteen-year-old Eli- nor Malluy, deserted by her young husband, b-.'fore Rachel's birth. He was killed in tne World war. In desperate financial utralts. Elinor had agreed to Rachel's adop- tion at birth by Anne, whose own baby had died. Elinor subsequently had mar- ried Peter Cayne, a wealthy New York busi- ness man, and had a son. To soften the story for Rachel. Anne omits telling her that her mother had been callous and self- ish. Rachel goes Ashing with Bob Eddls. a local boy who runs a library and does wood c...

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

Bjfk; •>-j ■■I ^WIPP TO'" ' . A i "vi, % THE NAPIES M(f;|T0R THE SUNN VI SIDE QF IlFE THE FEATHERHEADS .iSSSr. It Must Be the E t lliifguuc. I < UES£, IME OlNMEF* reall/ '*t fbelj HUMGRy ME UEiTHER— SOMEHOW IK) "THIS HOT WEATHER I PON'T HAVE AM appetite-/ THIMK Look what l found in there/ wave a Peanut ? fwAMww Potato, chips/ THANKS- i shell f i V.--- >'MATTER POP—One Elephant. One Plate of Soup and They're All Set ByC. M. PAYNE T3u*r vj-Mei2EJ> Vou tie. r WAMTA- iCwow 3> u my+4hv' I'D T5t \Wo1MT OUT like ■a n* elc^ha^t c?WEE.2-t in it's , soud / C^AfJ6C "T3e.-4 ind SUMT+Jiw' 23 0BH1 Syndicate.—WNU Servtc loss of appetite- cam most often be traced To Food J MESCAL IKE By S. L. HUNTLEY WILL- ^UM Pa Tried Anyway j-M SKEOUL w&l, me cklmi" NONE oe MINJE but j L I'LL SEE WJMAT 1 KIKJV do bout wit. OUIT ACTIIsJ' LIKE A OADSUMMED IDJET, WILL vuh/ m i C fr -**>). W J? & tv -«sr. 8C- fCopyright', i^tT 8- I" Huntley, Trade Mark Re* V, 8. Pat. Ofllc«> FINNEY OF THE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 July 1937

mamis* MONITOR ? Single Patch Forms a Gay Flower Quilt 111 if! i Bm .it?. ft 1 1 L m \ i®*. raf ■ The quilt of olden-time lives again—the popular "Grandmoth- er's Flower Garden." Made of one patch throughout it's a fas- cinating and amazingly easy quilt to piece. There's endless chance for color variety for each flower is to be in different scraps. In pat- tern 5802 you'll find a Block Chart, an illustration of the finished block in actual size, showing con- trasting fabrics; accurately drawn pattern pieces; an illustration of the entire quilt; three color schemes; step-by-step directions for making the quilt; and exact yardage requirements. To obtain this pattern send 15 cents in stamps or coins (coins preferred) to The Sewing Circle Household Arts Dept., 259 W. Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. * * * * * "Jgt* rii / i f" l, jjj SOUTHERN SPICE CAKE Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Lenoir, N. C. Sift and measure 2 cups flour. Re- serve a little; sift the rest with 2 tsps. cinnamon, 1 tsp. ground cl...

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

t' 4 Mysterious Miss Minn By BETTY ABBOTT McClurr Newspaper Syndicate. wNU Service, ♦ rv LA ROM behind the plate glass win- dow upon which shone in golden letters a foot high the names of "Clay and Hand, Attorneys-at-Law," the junior partner watched the promenade of what he termed "a peach." This was the third after- noon that the vision had appeared. In the olden tales lie recalled tilings always happened in the third i ound. Tom Rand watched a filmy blue scarf wave mockingly as it disap- peared behind the shrubbery in the little park opposite. With a courte- ous glance at the senior partner, buried In the "Whereas's" of a legal document, Tom threw away saven eighths of a perfectly good cigarette and slid into his coat. As the siren who had unwittingly lured him thither came around a bend in the gravel walk, she nearly tumbled over the stooping form of a young man evidently engaged in search of something. "Oh!" "Pardon," said the young man, Etraightening. "Guess I can't find it." "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 July 1937

If':'-.'F ' ^ '' j y M ' ""■ ■■- X^SBBBSfSBSix^SSSSBBBBSi £« Personal and Local Happenings 8 ii—" ——-?€Sig«&. t - s BAPTIST BRIEFS Wffi r?K w '' I L 3f I ;^ €: I ■ a Boy Scout News The troop met Monday night with eight Scouts preaerft, includ- ing a ne v member, Roy Franklin. After planning an initiation for members received this year, and an overnight liahing trip, we played Steeling Sticks. We want every Scout present next Monday night to hear the an- nouncements about the initiation and the fishing trip. Red Cross Swimming And Life Saving * . * EST L. E. LAMB Miss Hazel Randolph of Dekalb is visiting Miss Emeline Puckett in Naples this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bryan had as their week end guests Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Ragen and Josephine Ann Ragen of Ft. Worth. Misses Dot. Tabb and Leon Moore were Dallas visitors last Saturday. Mrs. Odis Baird left Tuesday for Ft. Worth where her husband haa employment. The revival meeting at the Na- ples Balpftist Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

...f ; W ■ ' Vf, '"* >*t -i- " « *&*■ 'fUti, VOLUME 52 MOST ATTRACTIVE HOME TO GET AWARD _ ; Highway Department Sponsor* Campaign for Horns • ' Beautification. Oa the "Broadway of America." LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN LONE OAK ■ „ nxtar NAPLES, TEXAS, LIGHTING THE FUSE JULY J 6, 1937 6b the "Broadway of America " c'SSB''," §' & HM m" The Texas State Highway De- partment, tlhirough its landscape division, proposes to make an an- nual award of a (handsomely designed emblem as a reward of merft to the most attractive farm or lanch Ihome located on a State or Federal) jHigfrway of Texas, provided that suc|hl home building does not exceed $6,000 in cost. It is not necessary that the resident be tfte owner of the home in order to enter this contest. The aim of the contest is to furtl' er a state-wjde appreciation of beauty and cleanliness along the highways of tihe state. This in turn should inspire every home owner as well as tenant to do likewise with his premises which will emphasiz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

THE WORLD'S BEST MOTORING VALUES J MJRl "urn USED CARS berui of letter she had Laurie almost ton loved in two would be ago, whe Laurie ha to all the ers and c Iowa nee 1 ever he w unfeeling his young the let her. Laurie ing from glanced i corner ai Larry. A hungrily,' they met iontracte things. W 1934 Chevrolet Truck, Shprt Wheelbase, Dual wheel, good tires and a bargain. g te ti I H i^e and Larry JOAN M. GKAY lure Newspaper Syndic*!®. WNU Service. 1935 Chevrolet Truck, l^iig wheel- base Duel Wheel, has been used as a school bus. low mileage and perfect (Condition. 1934 Chevrolet Wheelbase 32x6 Truck, Long 10 ply tires on lear, overload springs, platform body, wimpliete (overhauled guaranteed O. K. We have severalother good used truck's We have fifteen good recondition- ed tfsed Cars, Ohevrolets and Fcurds, models from '1928 to 1935. If you don't see us before you buy, we both lose money used cars with the tfk that counts ALL MAKES ■ ALL MODELS '• USED CARS AND TRUCKS ' 'S I Mathews...

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