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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 December 1922

/ Ory Goods l iicitS} Shoes and Groceries BEST—Place to make your money last longer BEST—Prices. See us before buying ~H. B. MOORE OYERL New Prices Effective Now Overland Touring and Roadster, $525 Overland Coupe, Overland Sedan, Willis-Knight Touring 795 1875 and Roadster, M 1235 F. O. B. TOLEDO A. H. OTYSON Dealer Ml. Pleasant, ITexat NAPLES DIRECTORY. A. P. & A M. No. 07! meets third j Thtm;Jay night In each month, M. ('ullmvuy, I i'ouy Moore, w. M. i Secretary. , Naples Chapter No. 6S9, Order of | Eastern Star meets sctond and fourth Tuesday nights in each month. Mrs. Carroll 131*ek, Carroll Black, \v. M. Secretary. Hearn Lodge No. 40!) I. o. O. F. meeta second and fourth Monday nights in each month, Oscar MeMichaol Bud Hampton, N. 0. Secretary. U. S. Poatoflice, Mrs. Sallie P. Lunday, Postmistress. Office hours; 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays, one hour after No. 4 arrives lUihvay and Express Carroll Black, Agent. Houra 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Ticket windows openjone hour before each...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 December 1922

, ..... ; .... ■„ .. 1 ' yttfjfr ' ' ... ■ A ''' ' :> M "J itiMH NHm ■ni i i l ■ ' i I I I ■) <*.Vv s ' stiff "'JP & t #r# r. i. ;ll|, m ■&< ■: V , M IP H. iliifl HPofSr S$& '■: 'I 1 V:;J 5m . V. '• - HP fc.&ay V tiv ri$i' WktP' ■ i \ ';W : • i? ;#>'• • • ® i I ' ■*■■• « •i^ «i frirrvrF.. yp 'i&M Wm } • ccor for *•*•—-••-- PERSONALS AND LOCALS , Tr, ™k-; <« f ■;', ,. , j Nniil(t8 Independent school district# j • j closed hiu office ycuterday and made i Mi."-. iVInvy licit hnn tcUiriiid j" |,nt,inp8B trip to UalntrcrHcId. 11 fin b visit iii Gilifiifr. Xllllth (rit'tH of nil kiiult< lit n ! \ \Vt' haw (||,. Knin>' (loads. nt the '"tf at Met oy h Dru^ Stor. • drill price, Mc( 'nys I 'rutf Store. fax Collector I1'. II. Coleman was V. ill «n.| \\ Iter Will of Omidui in N,i|)Uvs WednesJtt.s and yosterdi.j it l>o#Inc.^ Satjnr*'ta*ea. lie repoftM col- lections all over the county pretty I ijood. Why Iluy a New Cylinder Block? were in ipl. U.v Purk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1922

to i" « > . ■ ■ i • - * « >/;.< ... « |p;.; £ . OTSaffl |§l?£"Vw VOLUME XXXVII FOUR PERSONS DIE IN GRIM TRAGEDY IN SEATTLE HOME Baby Girl Slain Holding Doll. Perpetrator of the Deed End.-, by Taking Own Life. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDA i DECEMBER 29, 1922 'WITH FATHER COLD IS DEATH AT HIS FEET, CAME A VISION OF MONTHS AGO, WHEN A LITTLE Gflii M IN CKVSO GAKB DIED, UNWITTING VKTlR OF AGE Seattle, Wash., Deo. 25.—Ap- pearing suddenly at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Engel while the ^fker $ Engel family was gathered around n Christmas tree today. Cameil Neuriter, a ferryboat operator, shot [ v^snd killed Anna, Hans and Lilly Engel and then committed suicide. <f> A half-filled bottle of whisky was found in Neuriter's pocket. He had brought three pistols to the house with him, and two of his pockets were filled with cartridges. Anna Engel.was 17 years old, Hans -11 and Lily 8. Mr. and Mrs. Engel and two other children escaped from the house unhurt. Letters fgund in Neuriter's p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1922

C ornetl WV*"** 'h^ 'V J*Vi \ * ♦->+++#+♦♦♦♦+4~H+4-k~H }-<•• «♦: "Let I M ( urmt' i'^-i / st np fecial ion 1' to o\|uv >; our liberal patronage extended seven iiK>nths of the past year, wnich time we have endeavored to urnish a paper that would be up to the standard deserved by Naples. The year 1923 should be one of prosperity for the present citizens of Naples and will, with the proper efforts, bring more people and more business concerns to our town. The Monitor will always be ready and anxious to do its part towards any thing for the betterment and upbuilding of I Naples. We wish for every person a happy New Year and a prosperous year throughout 1928. The Publisher. rtvn wiai frtffltifn a. ■ ii1 aiwunimfiwn 11 NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . W. R. WATTS; Published every Friday and entered ^3 second-class matter in the PoatnffVe at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 8, 1871). subscrTm'ion one year . . . . $1.00 SIX months . . . 60c Advertising Rat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1922

— Dry Goods Hats, Shoes and Groceries i;— BEST—Place to make your money last longer BEST—Prices. See us before buying -H. B. MOORE ; i I xoc 30ED & ff.-K % In Toilet Goods, Sundries, Jewel- ry, Silverware, Clocks, Watches, and Hair Nets. In Fact Every- thing Carried In a DRUG STORE Agents for United States Automobile Tires, Tubes, Boots and Cold Patches. Call in to See us. / Your business, whether it be small or large, is appreciated here. CITY,DRUG STORE, G, B. Martin. Proprietor aoc New Prices Kffective Now Overland Touring and Roadster, Overland Coupe, Overland Sedan, Willis-Knight Touring and Roadster, F. 0. B. TOLEDO A. H. OTYSON Dealer Mt. Pleasant, . Texas Naples Chapter No. 0S9, Older of Eastern Star meets second and fourth I iuuudav nights in each month. Mrs. Carroll Black, I Carroll Black, W. M. Secretary. Hearn l.od^e No. 409 I. O. 0. F. j meets second and fourth Monday nights \ in each month. Oscar McMichael Bud Hampton, N. G. Secretary. U. S. Postolllce, Mrs. Sallle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1922

PERSONALS AND LOCALS M. Callaway was in Dallas a few Dan Watson and wife visited in i days the i ast wei j Shrevport Sunday Jury Gives W. L. Johnson 99 WEDNESDAYS Years For Killing. Mrs. E. .). Leev BRIP( ?s ente i Club T. Wednc W. Stewart sdav. Mr . w. T. n il rclath't rown loft Tueadfl> fi in Douglas tin. Paul Naples Pope of Dallas i few days. visited in Maize Cut your ads on ed bill. hand all lime See A. Lewis. W. R Sunday to state I Naples. McCoy wan in Whitewrli_ and Monday. He refuses when she will move to W. S. Stewart of Bryan' was in Naples yesterday. Mill Robert Whatley of Dallas was a Naples visitor during the past week. a. a. t n our st i i ay i«m cets la Buy l IHf'lV- Dainpt Friday. Ruv the Co 9 rre Plenty est feed [.ewis. |A( on d Mai the o heads, market. t heap- See A. McCoys I trut? St Will Hayes was over t his family, from Tex&rkana, Christmas. Jim Sanderion and dauhter, Miss Myrl, of Dallas spent fhristmas in our city. Sheriff .1. It. Ponder and Charles McCl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 January 1923

X— ✓ If' :.i' 1 VOLUME XXXVII DEEPENING SABINE PJVER IS ASSURED a liourd social VH admire ■r- . t JNuplGB WIM fl itor In our com- j Holidays, lie s of our teachers. W a pi 10 Navigation Issue Carries Orange County by to gne,:- in Orange, Texas, Dec. 31.—With thrcot minor boxes unreported, the $250,000 navigation bonda issue, which insures a4hirty-foqt. depth in the Sabine River from the mouth of the liueces to Orange, carried here Saturday by ;n majority - of eight to one. | The campaign wan (he moat in- tensive ever waged in Orange Coun- ty. Two weeks ago defeat of the is- sue was .predicted on all sides, but through a-, jmupgign: of education, carried into all sections of the coun- ty, Tyhat seemed to be an impost - biltty was achieved. The campaign could not have beon staged at a more critical time, as the Aik frequen munity seems t There seems to have been great attractions in the Or.k Grove com- j Texan* munity for Bud Wright last week as | he waa a visitor there several times....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 January 1923

__ THE NAPLES MONITOR Published T'!vrry Friday BY .... W. It. WAT r {frjUlahod every Friday and entcreil m Mcond-rlanfl matter in the Poatoffico at NapW, Tex*«, under act of Con gT«w March 3.1879. sunsrniiM'i.i.., ONE YEAR .... $1.0" flfX MONTHS . . . f.Oo Advertising Hates on Application I THIN ICE Qrona Stockman: Don't forget to remember that the Stockman every Christmas gives a prize of o *.r> | Mexican gold piece to the baby born in Crockett County nearest to L'hjfJjjtmas Day at noon. The Stock- maD must be notified within twen- ty-four hours of the an ivnl of each contender. The reason we give « Me^fnn gold piece is thai it in agaibst the law to mutilate Ameri- can currency, and the new baby might want to m$ke a pin or watch charm of the gold piece. Be careful, Kuzn Bill! The Federal laws are very strict against news- papers which advertise games of chanoe. Of course, In case of your arrest, you may plead that your Christmas contest la not exactly a game of chance, therefore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 January 1923

v • - ■ 1. V\ '• - - v ■ r.^ir =m ' i WE WILL PAY CASH At face value for War having Stamps that mature Jan. I, 1923. THE Morris County National Bank Naples, Texas -r *+*>* >1 .• v ♦V#- = li V'< t TUS UNIVERSAL CAR $530 COUPELET ;New Price [F. O. B Detroit At the new low price the Ford Coupelet will give you even greater value than ever before. It provides enclosed car comfort in a dependable quality product at a minimum cost. Your order placed now will insure prompt delivery on Cars, Truck or Tractors. BRYAN MOTOR CO, I The Shoe Doctor i It's the sole of the people we keep in view, For I am a doctor of the boot and the shoe. I serve the living—not the dead, Use beat leather, wax and thread, I will stitch on a sole or nail it fast. Do a good job—guarantee it to last. I will give you a lift along in life, Mot only you, but your family and wife. So many patients come to my door. All run down and feeling quite sore. I don't use politics, plasters or pilla, But. I can cure all o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 January 1923

returned C. find 1 Mian. Br ma Palmori Omaha Sunday Inlaili' £s nesuav llaude Moore of Dainprerfi in our citv Tueadav Miss Margaret Stewart I'd to Pallas Mondnv. I I V I I Maizi' h' udu on hiuid all time uut your feed bill. Sec A, Jiewin. M. WntBou made a j Ditlbj Sprinita Wed- Mrn. B. M. Stevenson and little daughter M&rjorie returned to Crawfordwille Ark. Saturday tfter- sponding the holidays with Mrs. StevenMon'a parents Mr. and Mra. J. M. Stewart. E. B. Sosbee were in Naples and wife Of Omaha i uumt>: Monday. day a 1 .... ^.iia Wo failed to mention in the last that W. 11. Davis and wife and rever, uengue or ... Bilious Fever. ivi9lfed a cwPle of (,nys 10 Mt* Pleasant. Our alibi: Uncle Ham .. , _ , . . .. was telling us about eating back- ^B.8 ' ''1 ' V bones and spare, etc., and our mind d m cm eitv : 4vas takt,n Pomplete,y 0flf the visit. WW*. K. C. McKenzie of Haynesville, L.a , is visiting in Naples. Mrs. Winfred Walls of Winfield visited In Naples Sunday. Mr. and J ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1923

ilTonifor VOLUME XXXVII MAN AND WOMAN SLAIN NEAR WACO /'pM NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1922 ECONOMIC NUMBER540 TAKES DEFINITE FORM Gorman Industrialist Association Cancels Orders French Goods aw mi 1 b'ik. ' is? W. E. Holt and Mrs. Ethel Denecamp Meet Mysterious Death—Sister Finds the Bodies. Waco, Texas, Jan. 21.—Texas Rangers, the Sheriff and Constable'a forces and the police department are exerting all their resources to solve Waco's latest murder mystery which materialized with the finding early this afternoon of the bodies of W. E. Holt, about 45 years old and Mrs. Ethel Denecamp, 21. They were found about five rnilea east of town and 100 yards from the Springfield road, which in the main thoroughfare from Mexia to Waco. A charge from a shotgun tore away part of the left side of Holt's face, while he has several wounds in the left side of the back. Mrs. Denecamp wa s shot at least three times, the left eyeball having been torn out, while a bullet enter- ed her body on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1923

: • ; THF. 1! Y Naples monitor I WORLD'S GOLD LIES Published J'.very Friday . . . . W. R. WATT: IN CELLARS ! Court# Hold L'.ilittilril i<> Unwed Mother Five Children. One-Umhed Widow Seeking Husband Minus One of I *gi. I'ubliHhed every Friday anil enteral k second oImhs matter In (he Putofllcc at Naplrw, Texas, under act of Con Kress March 3, \R70. SlUtSClUITION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 00c Flag Of British Merchant Marine Flies In Every Harbor Of Country. Advertising Rates on Application ■ ■- : London. Jan. 20.—Anxiety on the j score of employment has lately in* duced American statesmen to raise THE TWENTY-THIRD PSALM, gigantic tariff barriers against tlio The Sunday School lesson recently merchandise of Europe—poor Eii- was on the 23rd Psalm, and after rope, bleeding; from a thousand Sunday School was over the writer wounds. They fear our little Shef- henrd n sermon on that gem from 1 field; they tremble before our little the pen of David. Bradford. Yet we were told...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1923

y v.t-T-." Dry Goods Hats, Shoes and Groceries BEST—Place to make your money last longer BEST~Prices. See us before buying -H. B. MOORE IOC RADIO PROGRAM: Every Night, Commencing at 7:30 O'clock EVERY ONE WELCOME Come and enjoy our Radio with us Come to the Store Where Service is a Pleasure, Courtesy is a watch-word, Satisfaction a Creed— The Store With the Goods Try us—If we pleas© you, tell others; if we do not, tell us THE CITY DRUG STORE G, B. Martin, Proprietor FOR SALE MY STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE A GOOD CHANCE FOR SOME ONE H. L. McNurney. IIIHIIIIIIimiIMM HfH istletoe Creameries FORT WORTH, TEXAS Will pay highest market price for Cream | delivered at ! Napes Hardware Company j Shipments will be made on Wednesdays and Saturdays MIHIIIMMIIIIIW MILUNERY! COME AND LOOK AT MY SPRING HATS, OF BARONET SATIN KANDEE CLOTH AND STRAWS I BUY RIGHT AND SELL RIGHT Mrs. T. W. Stewart. So They Were Married By CLARA DELAF1ELD «£>, \B2J, Western NevrapMpcr L'uioiij "Xliut'a Air. Ifnllnvsiy, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1923

.eeping Rooms—Unfurn* partially furnished. Price reasonable. Apply Mr* Krntnit Heard. inta nnrl PERSONALS AND LOCALS ■ miuln brunette last weel J. T. Bnrker untlav in vp.TH Dr. C. D. Hi day night C. F. Floyd was m ys from Linden 1 Miaa Gladys Wooley visited IVxaikana a few days last week Born to Mr. and Mre. L. S. What- ley Saturday morning a fine boy. m i - a *'• j. h. matthews. pr.„ in I a. u. uau.away, v. i 1 >nvi RESOURCES J ■ W. L. Cole, son of MrB. A. Cole of our city, who has been the U. S. Navy for the last five yearn, ltaa received his discharge and is at homo. For some time he has been in the radio electrical department and for several months has been on land duty stationed at Charleston, I Demand and Time Loans ... S. C., from which position he re- Overdrafts Cures Mnlaria, Chill# \ ceived his discharge. Federal Reserve Bank Slock and Fever, Dengue or |j Ranking House, Furn. and Fit Bilious Fever. Real Ksl^lc and School Bonds United Slates BondsH." 1 want your shoe rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1923

v ||3; i3V&'';■' .W" •&£ K'fy is: ' '1 ■ ,.. • ; ~ p 'i ■■ iUME XXXVII Wr yi? FEBRUARY 9, 1923 For a PUMPING PLANT Well. Will Be Sunk Northwest of Texarkana And Water Piped In. Texarkana. Texan, Fel>. 4,—The Texarkana Water Corporation has ordered the pipe necessary for mak- ing its extension of mains and the same is expected to reach here by Feb. 16. according to a letter re- ceived by the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce from the water corpo- ration's head office in Philadelphia. It also ia announced that the contract for the construction of the new BBBBeI m In reporting a substitute for the bill to repeal the suspended sentence, c .. , u , law, the Committee on Criminal Strike, lobe Returned Jurisprudence of the Texas House! If Mitchcll Continues HunRcr to be Kei to Waco. of Representative* correctly declared- that it was unnecessary to abandon the policy of suspension because the present law is defective and is not operating satisfactorily in all Juris- dictions. That th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1923

% I ■ NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . . W. R. WATTS t'uMi li< d I'Vury Friday and entered b Birond-cltea mutter in the rostofilct* ■t Naples, Tcxrp, under act of Con- gross March ft, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . . . . *1.00 SUX MONTHS ... fiOc Advertising Rates on Application 1<V> 1 ,1 One Thousand Dollars % A % v «. I By JQSTIN WENT WOOD { -• ■ • ■+>■'$• *• * • * • • *^ I ((Si. l¥*i WeaUii* N wr«j *j er Union.) Only Frank Hyatt, the drag store iclfcrU knew, ami Lily was to raeot him at the depot at seven. She was look IHK arouud tha parlor now, with the thrilling knowledge of her secret. Her Uncle Eben WW there, and he Aunt Till}', and Miss Wentworth, from the confectionery shop, and her beau, 'Com Sullivan, the middle-aged farmer who had lost his wife In tiie spring. He wanted her to marry blni. keep house and scrub aud cook for him, and bear iilm children, maybe. Just as he bought bis Uolstelns. fifty was twenty-seven. She was a plain girl, Even In the ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1923

irt ' ^ DIRECTORY. NAPLES HOW KIG IS TEXAS? Texas it) capital pirn men And on these sIlO p .••!- .. r LODGES A. F. & A • >1. No. 674 moots Thurfldoy night in each month. M. Callaway, Perry Moore, W. M. Secretary. wmm CHURCH AT DE KALB DESTROYED BY FIRE Methodist# May Erect New Building; Loas Placed ftt $10,000. De Kalb, Bowie Co., Texan, Feb. 4. —The Methodist Church of this place was destroyed by fire at n- bout 10 o'clock this morning, with a total loss of approximately $10,- °00. Insurance totalling $4,600 was p| carried on the building. The blaze was under good head- way before discovered. The janitor] m-m Wm 1| ®J1 built a fire in the stove of the au- ditorium preparatory to morning 83rvices at about 9 o'clock. He left the building, and it i* believed live coals dropped to the floor; resulting in the fire. No other buildings were damaged. The building, a brick structure, was erected four years ago. Al- though Methodists of the city have Our Texas geography tell. ub that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1923

' •s m ♦> <♦ * ♦> ♦:♦ ♦>♦> H ❖ ❖ < — BE# > ■ $$' H'J <k:- i hK 1 * ■■ ; I Tr' I ■ 0 1 . • 11i it-M retmncd to lUhllHH llev. 0. F. J .innv ionium Dallas I ait week. Millinery Opening We will have our fiillinery Opening- Holiday, Mr. Arthur Henderson of Ity Friday, Omftlia was in our v mm visiting her it> our city. Uobison lather J of Austin H. Mulhes aPySfM II. Smith and son Lester were bus I ineis visitors in Dalian a couple of days last week. ., , ■ • ,.i - -■ ■• ly ;$ 7? Mra. T. W. Stewart has returned from Dallas. where she went to buy Millinery goods. Mrs. J. A. Jenkins of Texarkana. is visiting her daughter, Mra E. L. Coker, of our city. County Clerk J. Frank Howell and J. Y. Bradfield of Daingerfieid were > in Naples yesterday. Marshall Farrier of Omaha was on our streets Tuesday and made the Monitor a pleasant call. Several Naples citizens attended the Cotton Belt poulty demonstration car at Omaha Wednesdas !*♦ February lath., with an Initial sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1923

Wmlw t VOLUME XXXVII NAPLES, TEXAS, '■mmL i! ., mM $75,009 LOSS IN LLANO HOTEL FIRE luests Flee From Burning Build- ing, Losing Many Fersonal Effect#. Ll#no, Texas, Feb. 12.—The Don Cariou Hotel, a $06,000 structure which catered to touriBts, was com- pletely destroyed by flre shortly after daybreak Sunday morning Losses are estimated at between $75,000 and $100,000. Insurance of $15,000 on the building and $5,000 on furniture was carried. Most of the furniture and fixtures were destroyed. The hotel was well filled with Insurance Policiea at Bastrop are Cancelled. DATE HAS HIGH FOOD VALUE Baatrop, La., Feb. 10.—Insurance companies are becoming alarmed over the hooded mob organization in the Morehouee Pariah, as revealed at the recent open hearing probing the deaths of Thomas F, Richard and Watt Daniol, and are asking that life policies bo cancelled or a compromise reached. Several policyholders today re- ceived letters annulling their policies. Others received requests for com- prom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1923

wasn't sturdy. It may the up-keep expense- curve takes weird und generally up- MONITOK FuinN EL WATTS ~ 1 I'uhlished every Friday and entered i-wond-class matter in the PostoAce nl Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March !i, 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Rates on Application A. Sweetheart in Trust 1 lei There's some thoughts in my mind I wou That will hit some folks, no doubt, with c llut i For tended to hi- J Lit MU< K'S WO lit.' tfH9 and the roor the box, harder thi t 4 lU By JUSTIN WENTWOOO "A flighty Uttte thing Uke tbail" shimed old Gael* John. *1 tell yon. Harry, Bbe won't be grown up enough to realize the responsibilities ot mar- riage for five years to come. And you won't be able to support a wife tor tire years to come. She's a nice little thing, but you'd better look elsewhere, "Cade/ taid Harry Letcroft. "I lore Cora and she loves me. And it you don't give ycet consent Fii many her anyway." v ' Uncle John frowned "Ton always...

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