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

•- A' '• ft' MpJ "Vi •' should ihould Naples High School Notes SENIOR jCLASS NOTES Audrey Campbell Typing students have talken up scjveral new characters on the k^yljaard, including frac- tions, the cent mark! and tihe unden|eore. l Wei, lhave a Lao learned to (usd the shift-lofck when maiking ise<veral capitol Idtters in succession.; . The senior English class has been studying a 'detailed ac- count of tihe life of William Shakespeare and n!l«o read one --■of his pllaypj . t y In Texas -History we -are studying abo^it lhe Annexation of Tejxaa to the union. Next Tuesday and Thursday we twill tako our B©cond six- weeks exams. SOPHOMORE NOTES FRESHMEN (CLASS NOTES! Polly Campbell R' Orene Flemliing The Sophomore^ took their English test Tuesdby. We got oui papers back Wednesday and the grades iwere fairly ' good. Some grades were low for not putting peirtods (where they should be. The highest grades were: jOrelne Flensing, I 1100; Dona Gay Coker, 99; Eunice F. Griffin and John Ilen...

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

. m' r,w. «*- m WE HEREBY Certify That the gollowlng Wlnttr-proof protection is performed according to the recommendations of the manufacturer who built your Car ... that these services as represented will definitely make starting Easier in COLD weather ... PREVENT undue Wear and Tear On Expensive Ehgine Parts, Gears, Chassis, Radiator and Battery Here's what we do to protect youJ car against cold weather In the II IBP' Kfl I, j' . Wf': ¥£>) i - SS m MOTOR OIL Drain (darty summer toil land replace [With correct (winter grade of fresh JMp'biloil to as- sure easier starting and better motor protection. TRANSMISSION Drain heavy summer lubricant and replace it with correct win- ter grade of Mobil Gear Oil so that gears will shift easily and silently with /a minimum ' of wear. DIFFERENTIAL Drain the dirty summer lubri- cant, flush and replace with aor- rect grade of winter Mobil Gear Oil as recommended by car manufacturer. i ( 6 CHASSIS (Mobilubricate thoroughly with proper winter Mob...

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

V i VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of Americ i a th iUnittor NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDi TV, NOVEMBER 26, 1937 JOBLESS SURVEY 0 "Broad**/ of America." NUMBER 34 DAINGERFIELD WILL CARDS ARE TURNED IN <KV Saturday, November 20, Was Lait Day of Registration. o Rejiorting that (Widespread, in- terest was manifested in the un- tmploiymcnt .census; which came to a close last Saturday;, iPostV master 0. A. Walls saidjrester- dtfyTKat the undertaking >here was a thorough success in so far as the card)* jhaving been made out and turned in. The cards iiad (been (so (care- fully made out that after exami- nation only a very few were re- v turned] for fcorrejetion, (When- ever a mistake (was found it was returned by (the post office to the carrier on yrhoj^e .toutje it originateaior correction by the person filling it out. (Mir. Walls said that many, In making out the pards, \irg!od tljoir need for employment or other aid, but that l thife was a matter outside the province census officiate. J The ip...

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

*v. iSfc;.": *y"' i V A' ■■ [pn flf SSSSSPIfeOT , ■ " ' " . „ . , I " "' '' " 1 JWP yc, ?< "■> ■■ 4 THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By W. R. WATTS Entered as second-claas mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Confess March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be lievd all our advertisers to bt honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiser! not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor 4 be notified of the fact. ■ ; • ■■ .. •" V, .; -V 1 ■ ' ■ 1 \ i Ail bills payable in Naple Texas. K9S 14 nov % 1 "Two proud men caHnot occupy one teat." NOVEMBER 1 —Boss Tweed, notorloui New York politician, con- victed, 1874. 10—First license to a ne-jro rwrr preacher granted, 1700- 21—Flret free liTdrogon bal- loon aaconston made in France, 1783. U—Ships Ark and Dove sailed from Cowos 1...

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

;'jly ::v • • ' .; •irvt-mm • ''W - 1 V': I\t€wh iteview of Current iirentn CHINESE QUIT NANKING Chiang Will Lead His Armies Against the Invaders . . . Congress Is Expected to Enact Tax Law Revision I J Looking as If be had Just bitten into a sour, very sour, pickle, Norman R. Davis, chief of the American delegation to the nine-power conference in Brussels, is pictured chatting with British foreign minister Anthony Eden (left) and French foreign minister Yvon Oelbos (right). W. PtcLuul SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK e Wc«t«rn Newspaper Union. Chinese Flee From Capital "RANKING, capital of China, was abandoned as the seat of the government because of the rapid ad- vances westward of the Japanese forces. Officials we being scattered in several cities, the central point being Hankow, on the Yangtse 300 miles west of Nanking. One army of the in- vaders was moving from Shanghai on Nanking, and anoth- er was about to at- tack Tsinan, capital of Shantung prov- ince in North China. China, howe...

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

Wmm'^ fi- rm i# $ Pftil&L Saifit *^jj| Ideals Are Our Rudders "A rudder," explained the boy who knew his boats, "is a stern necessity." You can sometimes put ruffian- ly men in their place by studied politeness. "Protecting" wild animals merely to slaughter them doesn't seem to be the ideal ideal. It doesn't matter so much if a very young man loses his heart :and his head at the same time. It is expected of him. His Inspiration We prefer, perhaps, our imagi- nary picture of our friend, rather than the real one. He, in his af- fectation, tries to live up to it. People with short tempers have to go through life "being for- given." Fond mothers scarcely ever want their sons to be President. They want them to be what they are best able to be. The Old Boy Knows It When your dog rests his muzzle on your knee and looks up at you sidewise, that is one of his innum- erable appeals you can't resist. Experience is profitable, but it frequently leaves scars. Real glory is to get your por- t...

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

> «*• r -ad****- J 'it AROUND THE HOUSE i -1; " •' When Washing Blankets: Never leave any soap in blankets as this will turn them yellow. Allow half a cupful of vinegar to each gallon of final rinsing water; this will clear all soap from them. • • * In Making Vegetable Salads.— To prevent vegetable salads from becoming too watery, dry the veg- etables before combining with the salad dressing. • * • Wipe Up Acid Foods.—Since some enamels lose their luster rwhen they come in contact with acid, always be careful to wipe up, immediately, any vinegar, lemon juice, tomato, or other acid food that is spilled on the enamel of your range. • • • To Wash Velour Curtains.—Did you know that curtains and table covers of heavy velvet-finished furnishing velour can be washed? JL'he trick is never to wring them— just douse them in warm soapy wa- ter, then in clear water and hang out dripping wet to dry. 7 • • * Washing Voile.—Voile frocks will not shrink if you use a table- spoonful of epsom salt...

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

!#.?. j& ■ .1# >1 V1 , p ' A* THE NAPI MONITOR Home Heating Hinfc John Barclay nilll,. Heating Expert UNDER PRESS Rubbish and Garbage Should Not Be Burned in Your Furnace; They Cause Trouble. I SHOULD like to caution you 4 against burning garbage and rubbish in the heating plant of your home. Many home-owners are given to this practice, know- ing it is a quick and easy way to dispose of garbage, but not real- izing fully that" it is very harm- ful to the furnace. Your furnace was built to burn coal, and coal only. Garbage and rubbish, when burned in it, de- posit a thick crust of soot on the burning surfaces, and this soot absorbs much of the heat that should go into your rooms. They also form clinkers which, as you know, cause no end of trouble for you in keeping your Are burning efficiently. : Don't burn rubbish or garbage in furnace. They cause heavy soot to cake on surfaces and waste heat and also cause clinkers to form. Keep the ashpit clean. Remember this: A clean fur- ...

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

4£. U V ■ Naples High School Notes FREJHSMAN CLASS NOTES Polly Campbell // / i I In Eiiffliah I iwie are studying the iwe of Jinfthtijtivea jand |Are are abo jdiagraminjr them, rhuraday and Friday, November 18 Wji<1 (19 (we g^ive aua- 1|wo irlinute Jtalksj ,W« also . gave A few .Monday. Lafit Wednesday, November 17, we electedi olur officers Y&r tihe year. They are the following: IPresident, Oda Lee Daviea; Vjice (President. /Jiacfc McCoy; Secretary-ffroasurer, Ray Worn- mack; Reporter, Polly Campbell; •sponsor, Mr. Wray. Thursday evening after school Hie committee planned a class parly for /Saturday Inigjht. When we planned it, (we (called at a weiner roast, but it turned ouit to bejust a party. It was at the Balotiat Church at C.30. We bad better attendance than was expected. (The Iretfreshmeftits cserved. Jwiere sandwiches of dif- ferent ( kinds, vanilla wafeirs, and everyone 'that Iwanted it brought his own drink. Tiho following were present: Eddifo ftOorgan Coffey, Oda L...

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

It/b&mfa • -r L!iIIUM«l! Mm. TTr 1 Personal and Local Happenings Notice 1 Hearing' App a,'AM',A 1 tate + mmm'rnmmmmm mm mm mi *m mmmm -m «■> —m - , An Unusual Long Cold Spell Here 'CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL This section has ^experienced (luring the tyust fiOj days jthe coldept weather for fthe leng-tih of tjmne it (has1 (had for many years at this time of year. Up ttoi yesterday the tempera- ture reached the freezing point for AO successive days "which is sometimes unusual here, even later in the Winter, i FORTNIGHTLY CLUB The Fortnightly Club met with Mrs. /George Vpasering ,at the home of her morher, IMJrs. Sam Robison. After the regular ; business sessiofn, Mire. C. V. Henderson gave a brief <vuline on Mexico Mrs. H. D. Moore gave a, paper on Preserving Ancient America's Finest |Sculpturei3jMrs. Lee Davia told a /ve^y (interesting1 story of ."'Donna Beatrix** biy Ema Lindsey Squire. Delicious salad jooiurse |wan fserved by the hostess and her mofther.^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 December 1937

\4' ' If ■ ^ ' VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of America." iHonltar NAPLES, TEXAS, , DECEMBER 3, 1937 Qft the "Broadway of America.' HIGHWAY 67 BEING FARMERS GET POISON NEW FuRD MODEIS I (,Y> PAVED WEST OF OMAHA Expected to be Completed in 60 Working Day*. Omaha, D.ec. 2 The con- tractors began laying cohcrete on Highway, 67 baitween (hena jend the Titus (Jtxinty Dine, 'a distance of 4 miles, yesterday. Tho iMfcKetnzie Oljnstructdorf Company has the contract for the Qonclreting and |othlenw"Jhe improving tfie highway. When this work is completed the road bed will be concrete all the way from Naples flo |Mfc. (Pleasant. Mr. G. 0- Jonea, construction superintendent, stated yesterday that they are l|ayingi oine quar- ter; of a mile of concrete a day and that it /will take about' ,16 working days to get it all laic7 After thait, he said, it will take 14 'days to finish the shoiulders Mr. 11. H. House is resident superintendent and has charge of /the worjf. ( The highway commission say? ♦...

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

j®mSl • •; • mmmm T' t4 , Hin n o u n ci n a TWO NEW FORD V-8 CARS FOR I I Hi .......... EE5MMewMj| s^rfjW? pSiwgf VIMfflBIIIHiCIIII iS mmm STAN C 5 HORSE K- OWER W&mk wrn^ . ."' "N mmm .;. . • JgiiS THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By 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 $1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c DE LUXE FORD V-8. .. 112" tvheelbase; 85-horsepower engine; Improved Easy-Action Safety Brakes; Center-Poise Ride; All- tiecl body; Mohair or Broadcloth upholstery; ffalnut-finished trim; Twin horns, tail lights, sun visors; Clock; 6.00" black tires, uihite sida-uialls are extra; S body types; 6 colors. STANDARD FORD V-8 . • • 112" wheelbaie; OS or 60 horse• power engine; Improved Easy-Action Safety Brakes; Center- Poise Ride; All-steel body; llroadcloth or Mohair uphol- stery, Mohair extra in "60"; Mahogany-finished trim; One tail light, sun visor; Twin horns; 3 .bodyifrff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 December 1937

I tZSmL THE N MONITOR lSTetr* Itevieir of Current Events VANDENBERG'S PROGRAM Michigan Senator's Plan to Give Honest Business a Chance . . . President Talks Peace with Utility Chiefs € Representative J. R. Mitchell of Tennessee (left), and Representative Marvin Jones of Texas, chairman of the house agriculture committee, discussing farm problems at a meeting of the committee to draft the new farm bill. IV. PicJcaJtd l/>\ SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK £ Western Newspaper Union. Vandenberg's Program CENATOR VANDENBERG of ^ Michigan didn't wait for the leaders of the Republican party to formulate a program on which to battle the Demo- crats. He broke out with a ten-point pro- gram f designed to "give honest busi- ness a chance to create stable pros- perity." His ten points —■ were: 1. An end to gov- ernmental "hymns of hate" and bitter Senator attacks on business Vandenberg men 2. Progress as rapidly as possible toward a balanced budget. 3. Amendment or repeal of the surplus and capit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 December 1937

I * & -Sfcq'u'' fM I Is.7 ©wr' I J "I hold aloft the torch and set }t iarther on. "I have gone down to the brink of dark waters and from the cold shadows brought back warm and precious life. "I am an inspiration and a vic- tim. "X have known reverence and in- gratitude, adoration and neglect. "I have drunk of joys that Heaven will not make sweeter. "I have felt griefs that endless torment could not make more keen. "I have been borne aloft on wings softer than those of angels. "I have seen in loving eyes the light that never was on sea or land. "I have known the callous cruel- ty of indifference, the pain of being left behind on the path of life, the agony of 'superiority.' "I have known the joy of being told that my white hairs are the beauty of undying youth. "I have known the anguish of being told that I was never young. "I have known the gladness of sacrifice and its sweet apprecia- tion. "I have known the happiness of remorse for unmeant indifference, of regret that 'they di...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR l u i for the Whole family J THE FEATHERHEADS by Osborne A Man of Action Qujtt jm the mormikkS- \ well, You Better. set stirred into those north PoLF FLIGHTS"/ bcd—close I actiofj risht mow the vmimdow— is amd close amd the ckiu. bbacimfr air will stir me into action i know how— how it fl=bl£ to BE on onft of AIR Iff WONDERFUL 'Til ir ffeTj Too ny WINDOW// V' N S'MA fTER POP— Saved! By C. M. PAYNE V/ATC+I OUT.' t'tt's ONI. Of *P0T>' 6C.E6ATCS ON t+fi fLOO* *t>e&n d t> B*n Syndicate.—WtfU MESCAL IKE Take Your Choice By s. l. huntley WAU;PA, MOUJ VUM :OM\KJ" ALONG VMITM "TV* BOOK-KEEPlKJe? UM-WUM.tve DOME ADDED UP EVERVn-IINJ' SEVEN! TIMES 5T BUT TH1 ONJLV THING yUMATS SOT ME PISSERIKJ IS NWWICM ONJE OP 9tgV£M ANJS to use/ & n 1 n rrooTrmnt untley. Trad* Mark R«f. V, B. Pat. Offlee> FINNEY OF THE FORCE ^OOL°JJW£ Pass Out FUME/ (— j AIMLISS L PEEPUL LEAO A HIT OR Ml SS IJUSTlMCE wau-not loi«e that— but -ie.2 get th' idea- Oi ffotta be golm \ v NOW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 December 1937

HnpR.,w i- mmm. mail HnH ■■ ■ «sef ■ THE NJ**LES MONITOR Jitfl In Reverse Office Boy—Sorry, madam, but Mr. Snifkins has gone to lunch with his wife. The Wife—O! Well . . . tell Mr. Snifkins his typist called. Next Best Thing: farmer (to new hand)—Did you hang that gate? New Man (coming back)—Sir, I couldn't find any rope, so I threw it. in the river. EXCHANGE 'A]nrV' 1 VeSKKr MViH's1 i.' i' P rfHi m WHO'S NEWS THIS WEEK... By Lemuel F. Parton vttW N1 Ball Player Might Solve Latin Feud Prospective Father-in Law—If I give my daughter a large dowry, what have you to offer in ex- change? Prospective Son-in-Law—I can give you a receipt. "If the barometer falls sudden- ly, isn't that a sign it's stormy?" 'asks a reader. Either that or the nail's come out. Ask Dad Little Billy, aged four, was be- ing shown the shape of the earth oh the globe atlas by his mother. After pointing to all the countries with their peculiar shapes, she asked; "Now, Billy, what shape is the world?" ,■ "Terrible, D...

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

v< • ' 'i' - ■ v..,™ wa' "" ■ ■1 - m FIFTH GRADE 3 > .FOR , winter B' VI ^ G HP& 'JHB? Inriwm —4— •iih V,' DP v m Kb J I 'v ti ■ ■ *!:,1 i-;f,v r . tul- m # i ' ' SJ! WMmm ,..rw 1 MS, ■& i.-Tf'V'' A The big demand for the New 1938 Chevrolet cars has caused us to have one of t*ie largest stocks of GOOD USED CARS we have ever offered. AH models, both commercial and passenger cars. See us before buying Buy Only OK Used Cars 5 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A GOOD USED CAR NOW IYou can «avo winter tarvico exporue on your old car, by trading It in on a Guarantood OK' used car now. O You will have a car that will stand up under the rlgore of wintor driving. 3 You will have a car that will ilart on cold mornings. 4 You will save further depre- dation on your old car by truding it In now. 5 You can get the best values of the year .In Guaranteed OK used cars from your Chev- rolet dealer now. Thanksgiving hWiJ4yg and six weeks examinations are over, but we are wasting no tim« i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 December 1937

ANOTHER CHRITMAS FOR PLEASING GIFTS AND SMITH'S DRUG STORE HAS THEM Our store is filled with gifts that will give pleasure and. satisfaction for many months to come, for we have on our list the nicer things to please the wife, daughter, son, father, mother, brother, sister, sweetheart, or friend. We believe that, at this time, when times are not as good as they have been, intelligent people want mer- chandise of dependable quality and certain usefulness The fact that they can find it at SMITH'S, where mod- erate prices prevail, is perhaps a good reason why your Christmas list may very sensibly start at Smith's. Come in and see the hundreds of wonderful sparkling suggestions that will delight you and those you are proud of. Let our large stock of gifts make your Christmas shopping easy SMITH'S DRUG STORE The Home of Dependable Quality Naples, Texas , ^ Appointed Jitative At on Day Dinner o. A. W ills, Naplus' postmas- ter, lias been designated by 0. A. QuaylC, treasurer of the Democr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

v. '■ It-:#' wr- [ mWm f < r S • ft 11 H iVSf1; •j 1 VOLUME 52 & W'M 1 On tha "Broadway of Americ u" NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1937 0a the "Broadway of America." BURGLAR ROBS HOME IN DAINGERFIELb C. F. FLOYD Nogro, 15. I* Caught and Charg- ed With the Crime. DaingerfieJd, Dec. 8.—A negro., 15, giving his name aa Roders Turner, claiming to be from Pittsburg, waa ^rrestedl jand lodged in jail here yesterday under the charge if having rob- bed the home of L. B. Jenkins here. , The negro gained entrance to the house through the back door fcy the use of a key hie found hidden on the bacj: ipprch. JqWelry valued at $(150, tto-< K«ther with a few other articles were taken. Whc(n the thief entered the house ha waa deen }by anot|her negro who immediately gave an alarm. Sheriff Garrett was soon on the scene, but the robber had gone, leaving no trace behind. The sheriff began a search to- the fugitive*,having had a des- cription of him by the negro whe saw him enter the hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

V J , wrM ■ I ■■■■ ■M . mm SPECIAL BARGAI RDAY a - Each merchant on this page offers a SPECIAL VALUE for Saturday, December 11, only . 1 k< ' ' ' ' ' Save money on these Specials for your Xmas needs Santa Claus Will Be Here Saturday «r t mm ;'AAv\/AvA • • . ' ' <'A'/ A ' " 'TI ■ V.f, ; ■ tSSI vX^T.-7- i-wr. •. , ; H. L. McNURNEY AUCTION SALE, Sat., 2 p. m. &■ A 1 IS? Ml Unclaimed Merchandise Sale will continue every Saturday afternoon thereafter 1 > GREYHOUND BUS ;STATION mv pi v$AA> • mmf. ;] C. V. HENDERSON 5 gallons FIRE CHIEF GASSOLINE SO® SOUTHWESTERN 6A5 & ELECT&HC COMPANY Regular $G.95 Values WAFFLE IRONS PERCOLATORS 5.95 5-95 J.B. WATTS .* V ' v'v>%(v •:••jvi ..,A. CASH BARGAIN jfffl ■ ,v l| '95c down $1.00 per month No carrying charges %Wi ;w \ Regular 18c gallon Limit 6 gallons per customer yr r V (i>:1 / B.E.TIDWELL y / 9-4 Bleached SHEETING ^©c _j[| Limit 6 yards to customer . V" Li SEE US FOR ALL YOUR \ jJt ' GILES TAILORING CO. Pair Pants ...

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