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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

\.V^J JSvim tlpvii'ir of Current Events ROPER HITS TAX SETUP Says Profits Levy Has Not Fulfilled Expectations . . . Building Boom Plan Is Offered Congress by President wmm mmm f. / 'fiM Japan is pushing her conquest of China not only in the Yangtze valley but also, and especially, in the northern provinces. Here is seen a Japanese tank unit rumbling along the road to Taiyuan. SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK © Western Newspaper Union. LI Tax Setup Needs Revision T"\ ANIEL C. ROPER, secretary of commerce, says the entire tax structure of the United States should be revised. He was speaking at a banquet of the Busi- ness Advisory coun- cil in Chicago, and lHfll&! his statements ap- peared to meet with general approval. "A general revi- sion is necessary to simplify determina- tion of tax liability, to distribute the bur- den of taxation more equitably, and to Sec. Roper broaden the base of taxation to include a larger per- centage of our earning population," Secretary Roper said. He as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

'ij* /-./ . J " '•" '"7^ " 4 •■ ' • V*" ■" "i g THE NAPLES MONITOR UNDER PRESSURE GET READY FOR WINTER II ' SYNOPSIS in '' %-_u . Mi, No section of our population is more dependent upon the automo- bile as a means of transportation than the residents of the smaller communities and rural districts. Yet each Fall, many car own- ers cause themselves a great deal of trouble and expense by neglect- ing one or all of the simple yet necessary steps to assure proper operation of the car in Winter weather. A minimum Winter protection program should cover: 1. Complete change to correct > grade of lubricants for motor, transmission and differential. 2. Motor tuned up, including ad- justing of carburetor, valves, distributor, sparkplugs, genera- tor and all electrical equipment. 3. Drain and flush cooling system. Refill with suitable anti-freeze solution. Selection of motor oil and greases for Winter driving is par- ticularly important. You must select an oil which will permit easy starting,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

m ff CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT r REAL ESTATE I BUY AND SELL C11RAP WKST TEXAS LAND. LONOCOPE. MIDLAND, TEXAS OPPORTUNITY Go into Business for YOURSELF The now book MAl)TOFOWER" tails jou bow to tara scrap Into mouey. Uawknd auto gnnoratonu Hulld water and wind do we r plant*. welders. soldering pliers eta No pre tious experience nor special tools needed. Bend In your name today for free Infor- mation. It will not obligate 70a In anj way AUTOPOWER, 406 8. Hoyna flvs., Chicago = THE tfAPtfcS monitor THE SUNNY THE FEATHERHEADS E OF LIFE ^ UnA& Allies of Marriage Hope makes marriage beautiful, happiness preserves it, and mis- fortune strengthens it. To find the best craftsman, se- lect the one who isn't afraid to praise the others. A fool is useful. He serves as a horrible example. Planned Apologies It is the premeditated apologies that are the most painful for both. There would be fewer axes ground if the grinders had to turn the crank. A great many Europeans are not celebrities until ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

f U «swrm *******&« # •*< L_ THW NAPT.FS MONITOR Ask Me Jlnother A A General Quiz K What is the only walled city in America? 2. Why is the sky blue? 3. What land lies closest to 0 de- gress latitude and 0 degrees longi- tude? 4. What was Aaron Burr's con- spiracy supposed to have been? 5. What harbor has two tides a day? 0. What is the length of the long- est pipe line in the world? 7. Name a few authors who had to wait a long time for financial success. Answers 1. Quebec. 2. Because the particles of dust which are floating in the upper atmosphere reflect only the blue Waves of light. 3. The British Gold Coast col- ony is nearest. 4. To form a new empire in the Southwest out of Mexican or Lou- isiana territory. 5. The harbor of Southampton, England. 6.. The longest pipe line was re- cently built under American di- rection across Asia Minor, and ex- tends for a distance of approxi- mately 1,150 miles. ' 7. Joseph Conrad wrote for 20 years before he sold a book. In the first ni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

mm rv ~— •nrm* SPECIAL BARGAINS for SATURDAY • '■/ ft* '• • ' ' • ' # ? '■ &w CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 ■ 1 HARRISON & DAVIS pound can Maxwell Hoase Me Groceries and Feed /*' Sinclair Gas and Oil (Phone 3G c GULF SERVICE STATION We will drain your Crank Case and (ill with 5 quarts Gulf Lube for $1.00 /Regular price $1.25 GOOD GULF GAS AND OIL . BUDDY & JIM/MIE CHESTER COKE! MOTOR CO. SPARK PLUGS Checked and Bad IPlugH Replaced at , y ,,, 50c each SEE THE NEW 1938 FORD CARS B. J. FLOYD J' V / y/ HARDWARE—FURNITURE!—UNDERTAKER / SPECIAL ON v > Genuine Indcstructable $3.00 Vacuum Filled sackleaa FOUNTAIN PEN 59c CHEVROLET M, . ?> jiH /y. '.-ft vow- ?aMM CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, Gfmral Motors Salat Corporation, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Mathews-Coker Chevrolet Company Naples, Texas THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday Ky W. R. WATTS Entered a second-class mail mat twr in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE TEAR fl.OO SIX MON...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 December 1937

lftft fifili Mi i I ■I : m . :$y/jy Personal and Local Happenings ---;*---—-sa&as=se=~^air«3SEPSHanaai •vv Notes A New Firm For Naples Cotton Receipfs In Naples To Date CARD OF THANKS J. C. BTrdsong of |Mlt. Vernon was in Naples Tuesday looking lor a house in fw'hich ,to moVe his family here. Mr. Birdsong jwill be managei of the Naples Produce Company which will !bq located' tin the Morris County National Bunk building. This company, said Mr. Bird- song, expects to open for busi- ness next Friday and invites the farmers to bring their produce especially eggs and chickens, to their place of business, for toip prices, cash. See the ad in this |ssue| off The (Monitor. Another Grocery and Market For Naples R. L. Alexander and Sons have rented the C. D. Heard building on Main Street in Naples and are renovating it to opeln uf> a grocery and produce .market. Mr. Alexander paid yesterday that they .will open iup a® soon as th'ey can 'g<et "tpie building ready and the stock arrang...

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

/ . v' ■ I- I"' rjjj j < <■ ilSn-uMMlt ■ 4f HwiiiM 0SiWWm VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1937 Qn the "Broadway of America.". NUMBER 37 Well 6 Miles Southeast Of <iHapl m Drillers are Confident This Will Make A Producer MLu. ifiPjf u 11 The V. A. Hughes & Co. T. C. L<yts,t)ri No. 1 well in William i Eateman survey, abstract 62, inj ■ Cass County, 6 mllefe* southeast of Naples;) MAP spudded in Wednesday and, wprk is going riarht along. i This well is located half \a mile south of the old Gladys Bell Oil Co. T. C. Ljister No. 1, drill- ed 17 years (agyi. i, • The rig that ia be'ing used lis the one that recently put down a well in Hopkins County to a depth of more than 5,000 feet in ltsa than 19 days. t \ Dick Owens, a driller otf much experience,) is in charge of the drilling. The isite was locatad by G. W. Brannon, a geologist of wide experience and who has been very successful in his work. nis, W. E. Davis and Jack Briley ...

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

SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY Each merchant on this page offers a SPECIAL VALUE for Saturday, December^ 8, only Save money on these Specials for your Xmas needs Santa Claus Will Be Here Saturday H. L McNURNEY AUCTION SALE, Sat., 2 p. m. / Unclaimed Merchandise Sal* will continue every Saturday afternoon thereafter ' GR iYHOUND BUS .STATION SCBJTHWESTECN ©AS & ELECTRIC CCMPANY Regular $6.95 Values WAFFLE IRONS PERCOLATORS C. V. HENDERSON • V 5 gallons FIRE CHIEF GASSOUNE 80e HP ^ J? j Regular 18° gallon ♦ jr / *" Limit 5 gallons per customer £ > B. E. TIDWELL 20c PRINTS 15c f SEE US FOR ALL YOUR * —- /r. XMAS NEEDS $)5c down $1.00 per month No carrying charges GILES TAILORING CO. Pair Pants Free j with each suit ordered !?., r . * i ™ ► ■PffSW at regular price I DR. I. M. WATSON Optometrist—Jeweler DOUBLE .VISION 15.00 Glasses . ... 12.50 12.50 Glasses . . . .! 10.00 10.00 Glasses ... .1 jLSO PYREX FLAME WEAR M'AKEl IDEAL GIFTS J. B. WATTS 100 Aspirins GIFTS THAT WILL PLEASPB ...

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

# t'f 1; V SS}'^ T;.' wSE BEPs'.C: Pllf V*''■ Sil- r j V ! THE NAPLES MONITOR JVeivs tie view of Current Eventft INDUSTRY'S PLATFORM Manufacturers Ask a New Deal for the New Year . . . Ambassadors Dodd and Bingham Quitting Their Posts Pictured above from left to right are Senator William Borah of Idaho, Senator Edward R. Burke of Nebraska and Professor Henry W. Edgerton of Cornell university and formerly of the antitrust division of the De- partment of Justice, as the professor was about to appear before a sub- committee of the senate judiciary committee. The committee examined the professor to determine whether they believed him a fit appointee to the United States Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. He was suspected of not believing in the right of courts to declare legislative enactments unconstitutional. But he declared he now regarded such judicial review as a legitimate part of our constitutional system. w. Tosasaar — * M SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK e Western Newspap...

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

jm ™ \u E i V ) Keeping Up cience • Scltnc* Service.—WNU Service. Hand That Rocks the Cradle Also Brings Home Bacon Women Produce Big Part of the Family Living Washington.—The hand that rocks the cradle not only rules the world but brings home the bacon. Women in America today, whetb er they pound a typewriter or cook the family dinner, produce a large Bhare of the family living, Miss Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon, chief of the research division of the Wom- en's bureau, United States Depart- ment of Labor, has found. Her in- vestigations of woman's economic status and contributions are con- tained in a report just made public Women are at the head of one out of every 10 families in the Unit- ed States, she found. Probably more than one-tenth of the nearly 11,000, 000 employed women are the entire support of families of two or more persons. More than a third of these are home-makers as well. High Money Value of Her Work. The housewife herself, working at least a 50-hour week every week of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 December 1937

WMiMt THE NAPLES MONITOR ■in for the Whole ■ THE FEATHER-HEADS AREN'T VOU GoitiCr %o TUNE IN THE I FOOTBALL GAMS 2 VoL> USED To <io To ALL THE GAMES— j WOW WHEW YOU CAN HEAR THEM AT HOME —YOU Forget TO Listen yeah—but i PONT SEEM to set the SAME KICK. OUT OF JUST LISTENING- tV M I i KVlOvJ ^hats the TROOBLE-— COS?T %'U-pl 7' A(?. W- see/ Yoii WERE TOO COMFORTABLE ggaza WATCH IN G- A FooTBalL 6AM6 IS HOT 5TUFF TO SOME — AND To OTHEttS. IT LEAVES THEM COLO SMATTER POP Have You Thought of Changing the Old Coat? 'V- By C. M. PAYNE 5OME C+fAN4ES vajitH t+Je "Pencil in? r~"X 5"^: Z * 1. > 45r* MESCAL IKE S. L. HUNTLEY 6 Bell Syndicate.—WNU Service. Read All About It BRIMS HIM OKI IKi Ca FELLERS -OUT *l| A WCVTCW OUT WE "• OOShTT BlTE'CHA 05 tr HITS OK., LUKE . YUH CAM START . TW* CACTUSSCOONTY BUGLE f<*onvritftit. VgAU, TW' &P6R WAS A U U eewiMD t-ie a-sittinj1 our THIS WEE*- - LUKE WAD TH weaolikjC all set- up as usual, BU" MULEV was LATE A-GTlW ^OOUJkJ jO^ TOvWM ODAV try...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 December 1937

. ™ . •f • P!*9- 1 • if?'-l ' . ' ; -SIR ! p® THE NAPLES MONITOR LllBt: m i Lacy Cartwheels Make This Cloth There's magic in this two col- ored crocheted square—when it's joined into a cloth or spread, it looks like two medallions! Begin right away on the first 8 inch square. Its "repeats" will follow in quick succession for it is sim- wMmm Pattern 1570 pie to do in economical string and makes delightful pick-up work. You may use the same color throughout, if you prefer. Pat- tern 1570 contains chart and di- rections for making the square; material requirements; illustra- tions of the square and of all stitches used; a photograph of the square; color suggestions. Send 15 cents in stamps or coins (coins preferred) for this pattern to The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York. Please write your name, ad- dress and pattern number plainly- Unjdz Phil j ScujA: See What It Led To Adam and Eve had but one fault —curiosity; a small one to lose Eden for. The "man of few ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 December 1937

* I j . _ BARGAINS for SATU CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 Harrison' & Davis 5 gallons H. C. Gasoline Groceries and Feed Sinclair Gas and Oil (Phone 36 GULF SERVICE STATION We will drain your Crank Case and till with 5 quarts Gulf Lube for $1.00 fllegular price $1.25 GOOD GULF/GAS AND OIL BUDDY & JIM,MIE 1 CHESTER COKER MOTOR CO. Replace your old Battery with a new <|>ne toi insure yoiuir car starting this iWint 20% Discounj SEE THE NEW 1938 FORD' CARS B. J. FLOYD HARDWARE—FURNITURE—UNDER' TAKER SPfECIAL ON Genuine Indestructable $3.00 Vacuum Fill<h</| saekless FOUNTAIN PEN Chevrolet's low delivered —- /' I I Wees sxfZSZ; yChtek the low !Bs^y Payments f K . ««.«, % V°"«i*AHeAD„;n CH£VROl£Zf" II know Chevrolet is r '-."A' \ '• .;•••'• • /he outstanding value for 1938 .j ~ . . ■ . •••- -• ■ Pirk-r. l^HMitNilO.'c.vtfil □ value for l93o 9 , /CHI VROLET ' 1 Remember, too, that Ch, f only car that gives you all 3P/- V• im • '«*; V, ;■ ■ >e8w . i the. em ' :es: p|l $ <$'■1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 December 1937

Naples Of Christmas Gifts ^iw#es •' ' If Personal and Local Happenings A trip through the flt<jr©8 of Naples reveals that there arte iuHt iqta of aifts suvtajblc folr Chriatmaia in them. There is al- most everything1 one cQuld imag' ine, from a bal^y rattler to an au*ow(ob|le. Thlere are toys, candy, dolls, wagons, jewelry, tsifts for th<< sweetheart and for everyfbbdy . I u>. And at _ pried® penhaps cheaper than they would be else- where. A Chance to Save At Christmas Time Naples Decorates For The Holidays Thosei who are contemplating buying something; for Chr stma-" —and that applies to> nearly all of us—are fortunate in thati there lare many things included m the bargain sales listed in this issue of this paper that iwill come in just right for Christmas. A careful checking, up of the items given in the advertisements appearing tnjs week,'s issue of The Monitor mitfht be worth a lot to yoju. Santa Qaus Coming To Naples Again Santa Claua has (written a let- ter t &g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 October 1938

u ■ J "SI Aim f t T" is VOLUME 53 NAPLES, TKXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1938 NUMBER 29 Naples Nan Injured Ij Car Crash Ed Alexander of Naples wna *ory seriously injured Sunday hiylit wlien Ills car collided wilb mother car which turned into the road from the Wright Ser '.ice station in ISast Ouiaha, Into the path .of Alexander's car. The injured man was carried in to the Rogers home nearby and wounds treated by a local doctor He was taken to his home soon after the accident, and later talu-n to the Cotton Kelt hospital in TexarUana lleuben (Jole, who was riding with Alexander, received minor cuts and*bruises, Both the cars driven by Alexan tier and the one driven by a negro wtire badly demolished —Ouiaha Breeze. After arriving homo and under- going an examination by Dr. Wm. Smith, Cotton Belt resident physician it was decided that it would not be necessary for him to go to the hospital, so he re- mained at home and is recSivintf treatment from Dr. Smith. Mir. Alexander is recovering it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 October 1938

Naples School Notes M, MARY JANE WATSON, Editor-in-Chief CARNIVAL j lh«m£*elv es as having a cUtlight ful time ; Again Napless is to have a car- nival with queens and their courts. We will have it Monday night', October 31, in the igymnf.- Sium. Grade school and High Sk-hiool will, both be represjente by a queen. The proceeds will be used to Increase tha library hooka. iEach class selected two girls from among its members. The«e two will compete against each other at a cent a vote until Fri- day. Next week the winner of each cln|p ■wiircomp«fte( against tho winner from the other class- es for queen of the carnival (grade and high school will be ttparalte) iMionday night, Oct 31 The candidates for queen are Senior, Martha Anu Smith an Mary Jane Watson; junior, Mar- tha Dean Sfpurger and Orene Fleming; sophomore, Oda Lee Davies anl Lauranel Li'es; fresh man, IMary Simith and Rita Mills 7th grade, Iva Jean Brown anr' Dorothy Marie McCoy; 8th grade Naomi Kallard and Mary Emma Harvey; 5t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 October 1938

myfj. j I--: m • iH ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By W. It. WATTS : - tern Entered as second-class mail mat > i-e in the postoffice at Naples, Texan, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 60c. ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable 01 uW; lulling advertisements In- serted at any price. We be- lieva all our advertisers to bt honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers hav« found any of our advertiser.' not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it n favor t< be notified of the fact. They hope to finish their drrases by the first of December. Tho second year girls are work- ing on their dresses and hope to finish Qiem by Thanksgiving. They really missed Mrs. Nolen Friday, as she made a business trip jtoi Oommencle. ed with lota' of roat'eTTal for classes. All tho girls are working hard this week, for thoy must make an A on the six weeks test. Isabel Coker, and Dan Robinson. 1'upils who made 100% on Fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 October 1938

SEE THE NEW J J ■ I i my « IS?!- ■ JH V n Ha ffc ■ "•rv« I ~ I I 'i . j' - fi f 7 ' " ' mm fflij -jl 1939 CHEVROLET ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOMS SATURDAY, OCT. 22 | New Vacuum Gear Shift - New Longer Riding Base Chevrolet's Famous Valve-in-Head Six - Perfected Hydraulic Brakes - New Bodies by Fisher - New Visibility - Perfoct- ed Knee Action Riding System - Tiptoe-Matic Clutch Unusual Values in Good Reconditioned Used Cars Wrecker Service Day and Night Mathews Coker Chevrolet Company Phone 125 NAPLES, TEXAS Phone 125 EXFfEJRT Radio Repairing AND PARTS—ALL MAKJES TOM GAMBLE Phone 125, Naples DR. McLECKIE Dentiat Naples, Tetxas Em Personal and Local Happenings ggflgg«"yyssa i 2SE55«nBti|l Home Laundry Mrs. H. H. Hinet; 'pV Dallas - Revi A. T. Mooney of Teaguel was a visitor in (Jie home of was a visitor In Naples Sunday; Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Martin last and Monday. Rev. Miooney was I —— week. i paafcor of thiei Methodist church [j am operating a homo laundry at U„ voni«. « -lirr, nnH ^ r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 January 1939

km «^|W ? riH «wSfi S# iHmttfur VOLUME 53 NAPLES,'•TEXAS, FRIBiY, JANUARY 6, 1939 NUMBER 40 TUBERCULAR RESEARCH TO BE CONTINUED ■ It ■ li; ■ 1 A I , Wfllshinarfion^ Jan. 3—Appro!- priations Staling $41,595 for research in the study of tupet eulosis during the coming year have been made to six lea ing universities in various partis of the country |by 'Ifiha National Tujbenculosis Association, it was v announced today by Dr. William ■ Charlet. White, chairman of the Medical/ Research) . Committee. One 'hospital, Mt. Zion in San Francisco, Calif.t also receives an appropriation for special labora- tory ,wiork. < 'fyaVe,, Qoluirr>ila, /OjrneJ!, Vanderbilit, 'Pennsylvania and Wisioonsin universities will co- operate with us in our endea'pr to achieve lour fKn,al goal, the eradication of tubenculjosis,'' said Dr. White. "Medical research wall continue to ,.'be one of the strongest battlelines against tu- berculosis in 1939."" Two projects are now under the ?hqm'stify of the tu|bercl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 January 1939

THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By W. R. WATTS -4 ■k WBHM& . . ' I J Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionaLle oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all «ur advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreement! wo shall consider it a favor tr be notified of the fact. Ail bills payable in Naples, Texas. Mining Industry Lingo Makes Use of Odd Terms The mining industry has a lan- guage in many respects peculiar to ■itself. For example, cites a writer in the Chicago Tribune, a passenger [elevator in mining lingo is a j"cage." They are usually little more than cages, often consisting of a platform with a metal framework around it to which a cable and steadying guide lines are attached. The term elevator...

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