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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 June 1922

■JL J BBH ' SSS®^ ''i ft I "■ . A I' litll tf. mm- 0's SP? Wm ■ J VOLUME XXXVII il® r 'w V mm; 1 '■■ * ;! Jfev' '" :■*.mfrwjmW 11® ~T" NAPLES, TEX STILL LOCATED NEAR TOWN OFFICERS MAKE ARREST United State* Officers, After Waiting Many Hour#, Capture Man and Seized Still and Mash, Which Were Destroyed—Be- lieved Others Implicated in Operation of Still Rocky Branch Items. The rural curriers of Naples, to- gether with their wives and the Postmistress, are preparing to at-, I tend a four county rural carriers' meeting at Gilmer tomorrow (light. J. T. Russell Announces for Tax Aisesior. J. T. Itus.seII asks the voters of Morris County to elect him as their Tax Assessor. Mr. Russell comes from one of the oldest and best fam- ilies in Morris County, having been born and raised in the county. He is well qualified to till the position- MY II- SOON I «;• whic"« t"- «* "> —«"Kj I due consideration when casting your purtment declare! that; Last Tuesday morning revenue officers swooped down u...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 June 1922

v - ■ >"< hhhjiw «..-v- •; WAT.;., • " ••'™'& wm r it" '^ijt ■''V-.vA' Kf . hp'-' ' EHf m THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday B\ ... W. U. WATTS Application made for entry us ttt'oond- elttsa mutter at the Po t Office at Nti plea, Texas, under Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS . . . r 0c an active interest, ami we will not lienitute to express an opinion when occasion seems to justify it. In pol- itics, we will be uncompromisingly democratic. With fondest good wishes to all, and a long-lingering faith in the fu- ture of Naples, 1 am most sincerely, W. R. Watts. JUDGE DAVIS SPEAKS IN NAPLES mins law killed every state railroad i commission; made them useless; — i made our national railroad commis- He Delivers an luteiei tiHg Address to a large s'u" 11 '"'U'd ot directors tor the uud Appi relative Audience ,t hold the people down ilroads robbed them. It Tells of Many Bargains in Advertisement Notice in this issue of the Monit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 June 1922

HON. EUGENE BUCK ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECTION AS CONGRESSMAN Recalls Some of the Most Important Measures Supported During His Incumbency MJft Sp Bp 1®^ hp iSS Representative Eugene Black, of ClarksvUle, authorizes The Monitor to announce his candidacy for re- election to Congress from the First District of Texas, subject to the Democratic primary in July. Mr. Black enjoys the honor of representing in Congress the district in which he was born and raised. He was born at Blossom, in Lamar County, and grew to manhood at that place. After teaching country school for a few years, he studied law at Lebanon, Tenn., graduating in 1905, and began the practic of law at Clarksville in the same year. He had not held public office prior to his election to Congress. When he first went to Congres he was elected to membership on the Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads, one of the important com- mittees of the House., and served on that committee until the begin- ning of the present Congress, when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 June 1922

ii1 ill?' m J. H., CYCLONE, DAVIS MAKES ANNOUNCE- MENT FOR CONGRESS, FIRST DISTRICT Mrs. L. D. Floyd is visiting friends in Marshall this week. Miss Florence Luntly visited Texarkana Sunday and Monday. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Subject to the Action of the Democrat- ic ic Primary, July 22, 1922. Asks Election at Hands of Democrats, and Refers His Record of Many Years Past to In this issue Judge J. 11. (Cyclone)' $f>,000. The chain that is to bind Davis announces as a candidate for us to the chariot wheels of the profit Congress from the First District. puffed rich is being forged. Judge Davis in one of the best 'Washington in his farewell ad- kuown prominent men of the coun- dress warned us agaainst the insidi- try. He was among the first .>us wiles of foreign influence. 1 men in Texas to espouse the cause warn our people against the insidi- of prohibition, and has made more ous wiles of a domestic influence than fifteen hundred speeches for j more dangerous and dreadful. The Henry McCoy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 June 1922

wv . i, VOLUME XXXVII FREE STATE TROOPS BREAK INTO ULSTER CAPTURE BELEEK 8ALIEN1 ANQ HUNDREDS FLEE BEFORE RIFLE FIRE 8WEEP. Loudon.—Free State troops bav« won a victory over the Ulster Con' stabulary In the lighting along th« Fermanagh border separating Ulstei and the Free State terltory, accord log to dispatches from Belfutu. The Republican troops have occu- pled the entire Beleek salient cover lng an area of ten square miles, forcing the Ulsterltes to evacuate after a hard flght. Inhabitants ol Loyalist sympathies are fleeing In terror, having started their exodus as soon as It was apparent the Ul- ster forces would have to abandon their defense. The Free Staters are now consolidating their salient. Fighting has raged for twenty-four hours around Strabane and Lifford on the western border of County Tyrone, It la also reported. Republican troops are said to bava crossed the border into Ulster fol- lowing an all-night battle, ambushed the special Ulster Constabulary and invaded Stra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 June 1922

NAPLES MONITOR Cornett Happening#. In Remembrance of my Dar- f ANniHARrQ' NAMP^ ublmhed Every Krid y ^ ] CWt, Jam- 7, 1922. W« are ling Husband tAWWUA^ri IMAIuLo —— ^ ^ ^ glad to have our home town paper' Application mailt for entry as second revived, as we enjoy reading' the eland matter at the Post Office at Na Monitor. plea, Te\a , under Act of Congress. t ... « i. i i i i March Hrd l 7l.i I ^unday School and church services are good. Rev / SUBSCRIPTION i*R ONE YEAH . , $1 oo SIX MONTHS . 60c I - L. m c «r~v* Advertising Kates on Application WE THANK YOU. We have been made to feel very much encouraged and heartened during the past week by the many favorable comments upon the first issue of the Monitor. Scores of it* readers have expressed themselves as highly pleased with the appear- ance of the paper, and they appear to appreciate the efforts we are making to give Naples a creditable paper. It makes us feel good to know that our expense and labors are appreciated by our home fol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 June 1922

'3 NAPLES PEOPLE ARE INTENSELY INTERESTED In 1 hree Proposed Bridget. Across Sulphur River. THE NEWSPAPER'S MISSION Mr. T. W. Fowler Sends Greetings From Indianapolis Delinquent Taxes - t Much interest is being manifested in the forthcoming Bowie County bridge bond election which has been ordered for June 24. The proposi- tion in to vote $65,000 bonds to be used as that county's part in build- ing three permanent, above-high- water bridges across Sulphur river at Pettis, Stephenson and Pace fer- ries. The canutaign of information and instruction has already been com- menced under the direction of W. A. McCartney, executive chairman. He is being assisted by progressive farmers and business men of the county, and community committee- men have been appointed to serve at various towns. These committee- men are to assist in the work of cor- rectly informing the tax payers as to the bridge building project and the manner in which it is to be fi- nanced. Invaluable help along this line Ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 June 1922

'iMMi&zSmiA SrlSl ' -e •.•.*.• :• :« ' Mr™' Mrs. Z. Z. Smith nd children, /a'i1. Jr. and Pansy, are visiting her I^arents Mr. and Mrs. Southworth in Dallas. s nd son are t Junction, Mrs. Carrol Black visiting her moth Texas. There were fourteen people came in from Linden Sunday and took the train for Commerce to attend the Normal. We were unable to obtain their names. I will begin an arithmetic school July 10 and continue for a term of six weeks. The tuition for the term will be $5 payable in advance. Mrs. Carrol Black. K. B. Lockhart, editor of the Pittsburg Gazette, accompanied by his wife, visited in our city Sunday. A. L. Hicks and wife were visit- ing Mrs. Hicks' parents, Mr. and ; Mrs. Sosbee, near Omaha Sunday. Hex B. Lewis left last week to accept a position with the K. C. S. Ity. Co. as telegraph operator at Mooringsport, La. Mrs. Bertha O'Tyson and Miss Eleanor McMichael left Tuesday to attend normal at Greenville. of Marietta'" Monday trans- Whit Coker, one merchants,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 June 1922

Naples JttonUor. VOLUME XXXVII __________ NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922 NUMBER 7 MRS. WEN KILLED, MRS. McDONALD SE- RIOUSLY :: MARVIN W. McDONAID HUNG HIMSELF IN JAIL M. W. McDonald Charged With the Double Shooting is Held Without Bail on the Murder Charge. Believed Insane Last Saturday news reached our city that M. W. McDonald, a prom- inant business man of Daingerfield Mart Pleads Guilty to Mur- dering Wife. Texarkana, Texas, June 14- Be- had shot and killed his wife' a j fore Judge Haynie in Circuit Court mother, Mrs. Kate Thig'pen, and se- Monday, Jessie Pate pleaded guilty verely wounded his wife. There were several rumors as to the cause or causes leading to the shooting; the consensus of opinion being that McDonald's mind was not right at the time. However that is yet to be determined, and the court will meet next Monday to investigate as to his sanity. At the examining trial of McDon- ald Tuesday there were only two wit- nesses examined. Dr. Jenkins, who testified as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 June 1922

i" ■tmm MM nftg repmjv.f1 • Piiis i THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY W H WATTS Application made for entry aa second- olaau matter at the Post Office at Na- ples, Texas, under Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . . . $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Rates on Application BANKHEAD HIGHWAY NEARLY COMPLETED Highway Commission Makes Report on Progress of Construction. FERGUSON'S NAME name from the ticket. This motion moving pictures that are sowing fi/wnT waa k^led, however, and the report seeds of rottenness and filth in the 10 ArifcAK UN llvIYLil was adopted aa submitted, including | lives of our young people. n rnnri— Democratic Executive Com- mittee so Decides at the {Meeting Monday. the names of Mr. Warner for gov- ernor and Mr. Coleman for con- gressman- at- large. It was announced by the canidate sub-committee chairman that Mr- i Fergusons right to be on the ticket wan "based solely on his legal right." THE BOLL WEEVIL BY C. E. HINSON. The boll ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 June 1922

w* / m mwmm mim i . t -/< v V ■ BMW ALLEGED LYNCHERS AR- RESTED-ALLOWED BAIL Charged With Murder in Connection With Burn- ing of Hulen Owens. Seven men were arrested yester- BOWIE COUNTY BOND ISSUE FOR BRIDGES Gaining Approval as Benegit and Low Cost to County Is Explained Bowie county people are much day by Miller county authorities on interested in the bridge bond elec- bench warrants issued out of the Ition which ia to be held at a" v,,tin* Miller county circuit court charging P'®ce8« Saturday, June 24. 1922. murder In the first degree for al- leged connection with the lynching of the negro Hulen Owens on the night of May 19, following the shooting by Owens of H. C. (Dick) Choate, Arkansas side police officer. The men under arrest are: John Elmore, residing on the East Ninth street road a short dis- tance from the Missouri Pacific rail" road crossing. Joe Curter, blacksmith, employee of Fred Graves shop. Dick Fair, Texas side rooming house and taxicab operator. Nick llightower...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 June 1922

/ aEptf ffjwMflllMm $ IflM filBSaBcf.'rrr,■...t ■'": VS- ' v- Tl«: J-."' «*. im. raw HKE£ Mill' BSBfe < ||« Bfr; \ PERSONALS AND LOCALS A good milk A. J. Davia. cow for st.le Sen1 Postmaster L. D. Shaw waa from Darden Saturday. over Marechal Neil at A. J. Davis. flour $2.10 sack We Were K'lttil to see J. H. Kesa*)- ler of Liilideli on out" streets Wednes- I day. E.L. Coker and wife and Ermadine Walls were in Mt Pleasant Wednes- day afternoon. Clopton Spence was up from Tex- arkana a few days last week visit- ing relatives and friends. C. E. Coker and wife of Dallas were visiting in «ur city Saturday and Sunday. We noticed severeal farmers from the Marietta and Bryans Mill com- munites in Naples Saturday. Mrs. Annie Bell Edwards of Texarkana was visiting her parents C. R. Collier and wife in Naples Sunday. June is the month to pecot your ruffles and have them hemstitched on. Call or see Lois Harwell. Tel- ephone 166. Mrs. m. Pickering is expecnig her sister, Mrs. F. D. Reed, of Pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 June 1922

"7, VOLUME XXXVII •v Mf; 01 JH; I'' THE PRESIDENT WOULD SETTLE COAL STRIKE m NAI'I.KS, TEXAS, MAVFIELD SPEAKS TO CondeitS' BIG CROWD AT OMAHA 'WAY, JUNE 30, 1922 NUl Special Masonic Lecture at Mount Pleaaant. Items From Rocky Point. Kocky Point June 27. farmers Harding Requests Conference Heads of Miners and Operators to Initiate Tteps Looking to Settlement of Walkout. Says Transportation Ques- Higgest Problem Con- fronting People. in automobile j Result; three TWO METHODS TO PRE- Washington, .lune ^.- Invita- tions went out from the White House today asking' the leaders of VENT STRIKE ARE OPEN the striking miners and the repre- sentatives ol" the employing coal —1 operators in both the bituminous TechnicaI Dispute May be and anthricite fields of the United . . . , , Sl tl*to,n,*t Mint H«rW Anno,,nce'1 L b r Saturday to "devise Which negotiations - J 1'' m method* upon for the settle- ment of Hie coal strike can be initi- ated.'' The communications made evident that careful and comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 June 1922

' lii THE NAPLES MONITOR WIFE OF ILLINOIS Published Every Friduy BY ■ ■ . W. R. WATTS Application madu for entry us second- class matter at the Poat Office at Na- ples, Texas, under Act of Congress, March 8rd, 1871). GOVERNOR IS DEAD SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . . $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Joy of Having Her Husband Acquitted Results in Her Death. MRS. FERGUSON MAY BEH EFT OFF TICKET II - ing MAtl OrcRii Rulir Advertising Rates on Application Outlook for Cotton. A British economist admits that if the American cotton crop does not exceed 11,000,000 bales, prices next winter will reach even the high figures of 1920. If the crop is less than 10,000,000 bales there will be the worst famine since 1865. There is no hope for a big Egyptian crop, and the world will have to depend on the American crop. Another authority says that the basis has been laid for a consumption of a 15,000,000 bale American crop the coming year. British spinners are hoping generally for an Amer- ican crop of more than 12,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 June 1922

P. Dorough Announces for Re-election Stale Senate. Delinquent Taxes Presley G L Pounders R P i(|. (|i(i for the Year 1921, Naples luue- Pruitt Emma I temoerul it voters pendent School Diiirict crop acreage is given for texas T<t th E. Yantis of Department of Agriculture Makes Report. ' First Senatorial District: I submit to you my candidacy for Allen P T the nomination for h second term Anderson A R us your senator. Without any; Anderson H B egotism, I know I can be of more Betts Isaac r- |f"" | service to you for the next two i Baker, Mrs F W The following crop report was j years than anyone you might select Butler J 0 compiled by R. E. Yantis, statistician j(,ther than on? who has served you Baker C B of the Department of Agriculture, that capacity. I Bradfield J and given out by the commissioner. WW' the limited sjfcce at my dis- Ballard W E This report Is compiled from ! I",8a'novv- ' fall to your attention officers of county institutes, farm labor demonstration agents, Count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 June 1922

• 1 4 in Omaha k. Lewis riesa Friduy. Mr. and Mrs. Guorgu Lindaey are viuitint' relatives and friends in Commerce. cheap by >ld wagon for sale Dav it Marechal at A. J. Dav Daingerfield ■ ■ .ML, > -B S. A. Harwell was in Wednesday. E. L. Coker motored to Mt. Pleas- ant Saturday. Chase & Sanborn's Orange Pekoe tea at A. J. Davis'. Mrs. Mary Brannon of Dallas is visiting relatives in our city. Misses Verneta and Dojris Spence returned from Texarkana laat week. Misses Lois Harwell and Ermadine Walls wore in Mt. Pleasant Monday. True to his promise. 11. C. Coleman was over from Tyler Sun- day. Mr. aud Mrs. John Sheffield of Linden visited in our city a few i days last week. Mr. and Mrs. rejoicing over an p'vV; Miss Dimple Goodman of Dallas is visiting Miss Merle Sanderson in Naples. J 14 E. L. Coker and wife and Mrs. J. B. Watts were in Mt. Pleasant Wednesday. . 0. J. Rivers and wife Omaha were visiting in our city one day last week. Dewey Blankenship spent the week-end with Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 July 1922

I I. 16'' ' BRIDAL COUPLE WITH TWO OTHERS KILLED Train Hita Automobile at Grade Crossing Near Chickasha, Instantly Killing Four Occu- pants of the Car. VOLUME XXXVII $V', Waple ittonitor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922 Four Dallas people, three of them members of the same family, were instantly killed Friday morning when a small car in which they were hurfyihg back to Dallas was struck by a Rock Island passenger train seyen miles north of Chickasha. The machine was struck broad-side and totally demolished as the bodies of the victims were hurled in all direction. The dead are: M. V. Porter. Mrs. M. V. Porter, 28. Mis9 Lila Speer, 19. Thomas Speer. 14 Mrs. Porter was formerly Miss Pearl Speer and was a sister of the Speer children, and had been in Hominy, Ok , after she and Mr. Porter were married in Chickasha this week. She was an operator at the Texas Power and Light Company and was to have returned to duty Friday night at 10 o'clock. Miss Speer was employed by the Southwester...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 July 1922

THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... W. K. WATTS WHY IS A HONK? t'ublixhed every Friday and entered •h Becond-claav matter in the Pontofllee at NhiiIch, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH .... $1.0(1 SIX MONTHS . . . 60c Advertising Hates on Application Woman's Rights Are Spreading. ■ The rights of a woman are spread- ing every day. Woman now has the right to vote, to hold office, to smoke, sit on the jury and do moat anything her will may decree. One of the last rights gained by woman ia that of fighting. Hereto fore her tongue has been woman's weapon of offense and defence, and she triumphed or lost out according to her ability to construct and fling sentences. Most of us will readily testify that we have been routed more frequently by tongue-lashing than by fists, brickbats, knives and pistols, and few there be who do not yet tremble like towering dem- igods when anger lights up woman's face and her tongue begins to func- tion. But wom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 July 1922

) MOTHER'S BONNET. NAPLES DIRECTORY. i*P l«v Miss KKUN CHAPMAN Many timvu thin long summer, when the rest are hI! aalnwp, I Hit and watch the moon and stars, and silently I weep; How 1 love to watch them shining, for I know they also shine In a little country graveyard, where now sleep* dear mother of mine. There are times I cun't believe it, that God's taken her away; Anil itHeems that 1 will lind her at the dawning of the day; Every night 1 dream I'm with her, 0, how happy then I seem But how cruel is the nwakening when I find 'tis but a dream, O, the house is sad and lonely, since God called her over there, For all around are things she's touched, and there's her vacant chair; Many things now speak of mother, but the saddest of them all Is to see her dear old bonnet where she hanged it on the wall. There it's stayed this whole long summer, that bonnet she's of- ten wore, Where she always used to hang it when the work of day was o'er; There are times I look upon it when the sorrow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 July 1922

ItK ■ Wm I PERSONALS AND LOCALS T E. 0. Bryan was in one day last Chase & Sanborn's tea at A. J. Davis'. Mt. Pleasant An |a. j. Lee kana t old wagon for sale Davis. cheap by Marechal Neil at A. J. Davis. Davis is home 'or a few days, from Texar- I Orange Pekoe j Hubbard Moore and the editor were Texarkana visitors Sunday, I wt M shaking hands if Omaha last week ... Miss Mary Berry of Cusseta is in R. E. Moore our city visiting relatives and friends, with the voters Mrs. Sam Heath and Mrs. J.B. Mrs. Maude Moore and Miss Feliee Watte were in Mt. Pleasant Satur- Martin motorted to Omaha Monday, day. ■ — W. W. Harwell. Sam Heath and Miaa Elizabeth Carmichael of At- lanta is visiting relatives and friends in our city. the editor afternoon. ware in Omaha Monday M. B. Smith of Tyler was shaking hands with friends in Naples a few days this week. W. F. Smith and wife and Mrs Myrtle Davis were in Mt. Pleauant yesterday. ' T. C. Wickenden and wife of Pine Bluff, Ark, were in Naples several...

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