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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1923

! OR MICKIE SAYS- 'aosu v -<Meee!s fctu. ooues. A,U' Hf. SMO VAC. (MOT. GOW YO OHVCfcGtO UAT UVGWC *W>M6 ) <3tOf K PAVfcR 'U MO GO&VA OAJRV4 VJOWOCff- V46 \ OOWY Gcvr wucw WGkvtf I fcOKAE POLITICAL EXCURSIONISTS. I The sureBt forecaflt of a norther in the valley ia thr announcement that Borne notable or collection of notables is headed this way. ('resi- dent Hardin# brought the worst norther the valley had experienced in years, and when Governor NefT waa here in December the fates de- creed that at least u light norther accompany the State's chief ex- ecutive. And now the worst norther of the winter comes to „tlic valley togging on the heels of Governor Neff and the State Legislature. If President Harding and Congress should make a trip down here, the valley would probably wake up in the midst of a snowstorm and And icebergs floating off Foint Isabel.— Brownsville Herald. Be not superstitious if you can help it, but if you can't help it, be wiee enough to put two and tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1923

was here H. H. Mines is at hoirte from Dallas. Hurry visitor. Sunday Coleman nnan Rev. O. F turned hoint /inimi U. 1 vOLHSOl this week. na VL16I 22 rti i«rbtly a Fairy Flour . .1. Davis. Auspices ,T. C. Heard of Daingorfield was !>• ">• on our Htrei'ts yesterday. ' • kohg Star Spangled Banner. micRTe says- J. J. Boozer and son Troy and J. H. Vickers of Omaha were business visitors in Naples Monday. Etta Taylor i ponding this j Mrs. L. 1 . Hoy Ginn nnd Hole o Athens f daughter • to visit returned Mettfhuiies Myrtle Davis and Beu- lah Floyd were In Omaha Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. S; A. Uobison have returned home from Texftrkana. Mrs. E. W. Gauntt has returned I to Commerce after spending a cou- | pie of vvoekn with her parents Mr. I and Mra. B. W. Kelley. rl< Heard and wife motored to asant Thursday of last week. Mrs. Victor Mertz. of San Bonita is visiting her mother Mrs. Frank Baker. l.unie Alien a young negro who about two weeks ago was arrested accused of burglarizing the res...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1923

Jm *■:.#- ww . V* i ' I ' tyv. I I m >• yfiw1* mm % VOLUME XXXVII onttor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH - NEW YORK SALESMAN IS ROBBED OF $100,000 JEWELS IN ELEVATOR krBfliO Downtown Building Scene of Robbery- Bandits Throw Operator Out at Sixth Floor. SEEK STRONGER LAW AGAINST CIGARETTES j Authors of the Bill Claim Act Now In Force Han Proved Inadequate. Chicago, 1)1., Feb. 24,—Henry Hart, a New York jewelry sales- man, waa robbed of unset diamonds which he valued at $100,000 by two nrmed men in an elevator in a down-1 town building today. Hart said the concern has offices at 8 V Nassau' street, New York City. The robbers threw Eugene Winz- by, the elevator operator, from the Austin, Texas, Feb. 24.—A bill cage at the sixth lloor, he told po-j providing' fir.e of from $10 to $250 lice, and with Hart a prisoner, for the manufacture, sale or giving mounted several floors higher in the away of cigarettes and forbidding building at 120 North State street J the manufacture and sale of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1923

Bb? • J I I Safe BP; . THF. NAPLES MONITOR fuhlinlii'tl Every Friday ity .... W. R WATTS | Published every Friday and entered mb Hecond-clanij matter in the Poatofflce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gresH March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS $1.0d Advertising Hates on Applies MICKIE SAYS- POUT YOCK fcECU7, NCR POITOP. DOMt "PRiWV Al t I -*YV Mf>WS \ BFCOl. VA WU- PRO&fcOU'i SEE *ttV t\W\£ VJHEVi Of PARU GU^O HP oovn \ Tevai through the liownor and the Legislature has expressed a de- sire to see the United States extend recognition to the present Mexiean government. This gives occasion to nay as did Alexander von Humboldt, the famous scientist, nearly a century ago, "Mexico is a beggar sitting on u bag of gold." Mexico is a treasure house where- in is stored up pe.'haps the most enormous and diversified wealth ever bestowed by nature upon a single people in a similar urea. Scientists are awed by the vast magnitude of her mineral resources. For fourcen- tures s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1923

M NAPLES i l l 4 i * ■ MAYFIELD AS COMMISSIONER OF RAILROAD BODY Mnnia for Taxing Is Disscussed I-^nghorn Band Will Make ■ by Chronicle Annua) rw| h DIRECTORY. The Houston Chronicle says it ia n Mutiny « hup.o li; good thing the people tiro beginning its fourth nnnunl t> ur to think furiously about taxing, for the famous Longliorn taxing is a serious subject. To University of To*M, will leave Austin, Neil Names Two to Fill Vacancies—W. Nabors and W. M. W. Splawn. BOTH SPECIALISTS , i Winnsboro Resident is a Shipper and University Man Stud- ied Transportation. Austin, Texas, Feb. 29.—W. A. Nabors, of Winnsboro and Dr. W. M. W. Splawn of the University of Texas faculty today were appointed Railroad Commissioners by Gover- nor Neff, succeeding the late Allison Mayfield and Earle B. Mayfield, HUSBAND MINDS BABY WHILE WIFE FIGHTS A DUEL S She Puts Man to Might After l it; Empties Pistol at Her Across Creek. Whitesburg, Ivy.—News has re- ached here of an unusual duel. Mrs. Alex Stacy a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1923

<ers amounting to Hoc McI'pv Dnitr Stow PERSONALS AND LOCALS IKSCHOLASTIC 1 ,HAGUE rKlZKsl DANCFK IT BAKE TO CO'! TO H. Y. I'. U. TONUill'l L!< I' TAl.K IT OVKH i. to tret freeh bread Wednesday and Fri hile its freah. A. .1 Dftvta] I nave arm i-vfrv Monda\ dav Bnv it nulla At an m rill V Hi our city. flm « &> I 1 m ■ Mr«. I!< rinan VVomnutck of Texar- i I tuna i-amu to Napte-J Friday and Pick Baker is visiting his mother I Herman eairto Saturday night and Mi i Frani: Baker. they viftited hia parents, Mr. and i Mrs. J, A. Woinmaek. Tta«y re- EcJ .lohnson of Atlanta was on, home Sun, <>\ir streets Monday. An etfort is being made in Morris County to have a prize offered for every contest in the Interscholastic 1 league, wliieh will be held in Omaha, Texas, March 24, 1928. A list of the various contests will I he given to the papers in the next t few days. Miss Willie Terrell, Omaha, Texas, lias been rnnde Director of prizes for the Connty. Irrna Faye Stokes. Count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 March 1923

I I f 1 1 M 7 I ittonitor VOLUME XXXVII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRI SENATOR CULBERSON RETIRES AFTER 24 YEARS Washington, March 4.—Tho ter- mination of twenty-four years of •ftrvice by Senator Charles A. Cul- berson of Texas, which was con- cluded when the Sixty-Seventh Con-j 1 1 cress came to a close today, was Measure Misses Pocket Veto by RED RIVER BILL BARELY SURVIVES officially noted In a speech to the Senate by his celleagne, Senator Morris Sheppard. It was in the final moments of the Congress, filled with haste and endeavor for last- minute legislation, that the Senate paused to hear a tribute to the veteran Texan who, in point of ser- vice, was the oldest among the Democrats and ranked third in the Senate. Senator Culberson was not in the chamber at the time; in fact, he did not attend the closing hours of the last days of the session. He modestly retired from the Senate when he left for his Washington home last night, crossing its thresh- old for the last time as officer of that body...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 March 1923

Published overy Fritiny and entered •m Hi'Cond'dnRH matter in the Postoffice at Naples, Texas, under uet of Con- gress March fl, 1870. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YF.AK . SIX MONTHS 50c! THE SISSY beulah rose . _ * ^ /^A/ # A* ^ r ' ' ' <V/////WWW l>> McV'lur# ttyiullc&t* ) M sv; Advertising Hales on Application Mdry had n little lamb A dolled up jelly henu— Ho tried to learn to kis* her liko They it on the screen. The Cheerful t'arent. Parents or husband* mid wives, have you ever realized the value of oheerfulnesfl in your home? Have you ever stopped to think how it affects the future personalities of your children. Cheerfulness is not free, as many sagreB have told ua. Cheerfulness can only be bought with right think- ing and effort to cast off the innu- merable disappointments and bitter- ness which confront us every day of of our lives. It is a quality to be cultivated, for moat of ns in this age of civilization allow onr dispositions to become warped. The traveler who sees wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 March 1923

JEj© I' *; tfV - SMBF'1'* • r r I SffilSPl i r i" ■ J | j f f ' 4 •• Ifil PI IE ( TFAliM There's lots of things I love her for-'-her slcndcrness and grace, The joy that dances In her eyes, the beauty of her face, The lips that are so soVl to kiss, the voice 1 like to hear; She has a myrld wiciieries that make her sweet and dear, B||t more, I think, than any other charm of hers^I prize,. , The little laughing wrinkles in the Vomers; of her eyes! They won me from the very first they'll hold me till the last, A happy, wholesome magic with a lure {hat binds me fast, And by the gods of cheerfulness and gay, warm-hearted mirth, •; I'll strive to bring her happiness for all that I anii worth; I'll try to keep, with all the skill a lover can devise, Those little laughing wrinkles at the corners of her eyes! i. ■ Together we will laugh through life, and bravely as can be. We'll chuckle in the face of fate arid grin at destiny, Endeavoring to make the worltl perhaps a little bit More frolicso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 March 1923

■ fir;: PERSONALS AND LOCALS Sir I1!. J. Archer for cur corn. l)r, ('lemphta I fallal nl Naples Hotel, ( Arthur Henderson was liore from i - - - ■ 71 See the now Spring I>rt«n Gooop Mis« Ixm Lunday spent Sunday lit W. 1>. lit rry's. nt home with her parents. Don't suy Hour day (lladiola. Stewart htm it, 1 M, N, Heard and wife were in1 Mt, Pleasant yesterday, I I mai {ring nte Highest ! rket price. x W. D, Horry. \ Lost Locket and chain, Finder return to monitor oftlce and receive i reward. Omaha Sunday. Miss Fannie Walker bought Mil- linery in Mt. l'lensant Thursday. j ,i| , ...... . i Kveryono has nn invitation to Harry Coleman of Tyler was In Butck car. in good condition, for! th® Civic* Lrrignn meeting ■n i VI fiiulrtl' ClftAftlOAn our city Sunday, Have Dr, Clements fix your teeth v, hile he ia in Naples, Lou id H. Mathews of San Antonio ia visiting relatives in Naples. sale or trade. W. P. Berry. Miss Mildred Gardner of Omaha visited in our city last week. Buy wisely—Buy t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1923

WW , ' ' ' U,T;* *•■ I 1 | I I ■ I H f if VOLUME XXXVII FOURTH SENTENCE OF DEATH PASSED ON ROY MITCHELL Waco Negro Again Convicted of Murder by Jury Out Four Minutes. Waco, March 28.—Roy Mitchell, negro, was given the death sentence by a jury after four minutes deli- beration this afternoon at the close • f h s trial for murder of W. H. Driskill, cotton buyer, in the rear of the Driskill home, May 7, 1922, This makes the fourth death pen- alty meted Mitchell by juries in the past ter. days in trials for the series of crimes charged to the negro and which terrorized Waco and McLen- non county during the past eighteen months. The Dr skill killing was the first of the series of murders. Mitchell now goes to trial for the murder of Harold Bolton near Cor- sicana. THE WELL-PAINTED HOME IS NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY} INARCH 30, 1923 NUMBER 10 A PROFITABLE VISIT MADE SCROOL The Appearance is Increasd 100 Per Cent or More. The faculty and students of Nap- les School we>"e agreeably surprised ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1923

,?s f! Lovinu i i ^ym9t £ ?3WnB S'ft > ' H I '',:v4' I NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . . W. R. WATTS l'ubliahoil every Friday and entered •a second-elans matter in the PoatofTice at Napleti, Texas, under net of Con- gress March 3,1879. subscription ONE YEAR ... SIX MONTHS Advertising Rates on Application THE NAPLES MONITOR From now on there'Is Koins to lie homo rniRhty Rood rending in MAKE NAPLES SHINE , LIST OF PRIZES. The clean-up campaign inaugurat-' Given Winners at the Morffet C cu- ed by the Naples Civic League i* nty InterscholaRtic Meet at Omaha certainly commendable one, and Saturday, March 24'. the league deaerven the hearty en | AT OMAHA eouragement and cooperation of Owiwr anil I'ullington every citizen of Naples. Cups. It is justly urged that the town | Merchandise $1.00 clean up and put itself in a con- H. M. Farrier, 2 copies 50c1 dition that it will pass the most ; line of critical inspection of the many athletic I visitors who are constantly comintv $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1923

T Clean-up, Paint-up, Rep?'1 r! by making VOtir home the City Beautiful im.m' oeauilful ^ % " I yl 1 m ■ ■ 4|.X filMupfS^ > EVERYBODY HEIP Make Naples Clean > h a 0 / clean up maxims "A city's health in Its greatest asset". "lie who cures disease renders u great service, but he who prevents it is greater." "Air your rooms more, troubless lesB. You will be happier." "A city's wealth lie in its peoples' health. When health goes, wealth goes." "Fresh air is still free, are you getting your share?" "Tia better to be inspected when suspected than dissected when in- fected." GONE 50 YEARS, WILLS $100,000 TO HIS SISTER "Bad air in peace kills more people than bullets do in wartimes" "Community sanitation promotes individual health and comfort. Help keep the community clean." "Health makes money. Disease costs money". 4 Granitevilie, S. C.,—-Mrs. Uruulla Dodgen of this place has received word that she is heiress to a fortune estimated at $100,000 left to her by John M. Witt, her broth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1923

wV, ■ L.S Sute Treaitury Report* $ 10,000- j 000 Cash Balance. e r#: I Mil. E Austin, Texas, March 26.- The State Treasury reported a cash Iml- unee today of approximately $!< .- 000,000, of which $7,000,000 belongs to the general revenue fund. Only a small part of this is in the vaults t THE SARCASTIC FARMER Henry Ford said at, a dinner in Dearborn: "The American farmer is the most receptive man in the world if you | approach him with practical ideas- tractors, say If you approach him with ideas of no value he's apt to i "Friend, friend, don't you know' that if you wet the corn the hogs j TOO NOiSY INSIDE INFORMATION A famous judge, while trying a North Why is your wife so jeal- case, was disturbed by a young man ous of your ytepograper. who kept moving about, in the rear West My wife used to be my of the Treasury, nearly all of it be- <>f the court, lifting chairs and peer- stenographer. ing in the central depositories draw- mg und^r seats. ing 2 per cent while awaiting d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1923

The Beet «nd Way of Inv ^FNT i tii,factory Dollar. wmmsssmmsm * l 'aint Up! This, Ye People—Think I Act!! 'Come on, let's put things in order. Our whole city can and should be made as clean arid orderljr'as its cleanest home. Then we will have a safer, happier* healthier city. Ambition in its highest conception is to dream big dreams and make them come true. The splendid ambition to have a city clean and beautiful is soon to become a reality by the co-operation of all the people. Therefore, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor, and with the hearty approval of many far-seeing and zealous citizens, we hereby proclaim the week of A PRIL 2.1023 as the Opening Week of a Continuous CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP CAMPAIGN Away with the rubbish piles! Banish the plague spots!. Clean up street# and alleys! Cut the weeds, mow the lawns and trim the hedges! Repair and paint every building that needs it. We need this thorough cleaning and renovation* It is the sensible thing to do—for the he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1923

' Wt 1.00 FOR TRASII Car pen preen alfalfa hay enroute The Fortnightly Club offers $1.00 iee me and book what you want. PERSONALS AND LOCALS er tor ear corn. Gladys and r.mmei Omaha Sundas M visited ii C. Archer ''HIM line of Ladi VV. N 10 lb. an era r for SI.00 at Watsons llentli Mrs. Sam Texarkann. llolhni Mrs. Johnn.v in lloman Ark. Donald Kennedy of visited his mother, Mrs. in our city last week. to the boy or girl having the larg- est pile of tin cans on clean up day. that Figure with rne on your Grocery y, i hill. I can save you Home money. | Also have some good values in men's j a nice crow< mroe. La., I work shoes and gloves Jim Kennedy ! \V. N. Callaway. Justice Court ion yesterday. was in ref Dr. and Mrs. Tlieo Dorsett family of Sulphur Springs week-end visitors Inst week. and ; were 1 sk. 100 lb. no 2 white corn for $2.2." at Watsons. Rev, W. M. Anderson was in Shreveport, La. Monday. Jeff Boone and wife of Linden were in Naples yesterday. : r: John Cason and a Mr. Joh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1923

5 I Sj I § I ! VOLUME XXXVII GALE CUTS BIG W apl e PATH ON FARMS NEAR ATLANTA Atlanta, Texas, April 4.—A score of homes and other structures were either destroyed or badly damaged by a cyclone that left a trail of wreckage between five and six miles long and 100 yards wide, in Cass county thia afternoon, but as far as can be ascertained tonight there was not a single personal casualty, either fatal or minor. The heaviest damage was in the Laws Chapel and Alamance commu- nities and at a point two and a half miles southeast of Atlanta. Beginning at Laws Chapel, four miles west of Atlanta, the storm swept eastward, passing a mile south of Atlanta and turning to the south- west to the Alamance community where it lifted at a point three and a half miles southeast of Atlanta. During the progress of the storm it wrs clear and calm in Atlanta, citizens here witnessing the gale spread destruction a mile away. Considering the fury of the storm and the amount of damage done to rural residences...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1923

i.. atered .'oe (office act of Ton- w - 1 •- / tUPTlON STATES JOIN LEAGUE NATIONS Nun-Partiaan Ansoeiation Pro- poses Mass Meetings in r- INFLUENCING BETTY By MOLLIE MATHER $1.00 60c .dvertiaing Rules on Application Forty Cities New York, Mas* i about forty cities wil (A, i>iJ. NYoiirn Niwipniiit' I iA VIP DVv IMPERFECTION. An editor should always or T'n and dot his I'a. If ho d ho is* sure to hoar from sonic >h his ■an't, f tlio per- (5. anniversary ol the United States wai', hy t he Im" ue Partis uoia. H«*t ' home t<> ln>lore it gll Oil till \v 1 y paced Hie hud pi'oiiilseil to 1 meetings in (ak(, „r „IC lie held April should in* tlmi* fur him 11 the entrance of professional ealU. into the world " wn* ,h* "mp ll"'1 ,v,,.v . ■ [£« v. I""1 ill-uppiilnlfil, lii tact, the jilmrt* >f Nations Non- • . ,. ... _ ! ... ctiimiig* ol Ills. hdloXMi l roiii**r tion, at which dutiKluer were one or the (rials ot I'm- speakers will urge that the United vld'a lite, Hut lie did no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1923

AMERICANS WALK fl UPSIDE DOWN AND fl LIVE IN DARKNESS Moscow,—A tribe so primitive that it believen Americans live on the bottom of the wot Id and are therefore in darkness, has been found in the mountain "villages of the Daghestan by Dr. F. A. Gotder, of the Hoover foundation. These people, Dr. Golder said, think Americans do their plowing while walking upside down, with oxen to whose horns candles are tied. Believing that the world is table shaped, with themselves on its top, they feel that the Americans are indeed unfortunate, because they are compelled to live in eternal night. Dr. Golder said that in many of the villages delegations greeted him as a man from the world below. Some were anxious to know how Americans managed to get about. One old gray board, sorely perplexed by what seemed an unsolvable rid- dle finally came to the conclusion tHat, inasmuch as Americans are a wonderful people, they have taken a lesson from the fly and learned to walk upside down. "They thought I a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1923

mm ms*m BS ■ p.- r§ PERSONALS AND LOCALS Miss Ludolic Rnhison Sulphur SpHhga. in visiting in Hoard im.nth. and Phone room 114. by week or wool* KOK SAI.K If you ne«sl any phone (JJ>. W. 0. Ari ■h r. Miss Fnye Martin i* spending the wok-end in Atlanta. P. J. Floyd wan In DningerfieM on I m din oh* yesterday. Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store Groceries a specialty, see our line., H. B. Moore Hubbard Wright and wife of Omah;i Remember the election of members were in Naples Saturday and mad*'! of the school board tomorrow, the Monitor a pleasant call. 9 Every voter is urged to come out and help select the host men. Five members are to lie elected. The following names are suggested out of which to make selection, but if you wish some one else wr'te their names on the ticket. M. S. BROWNLEE JNO A. WILLIAMS A. J. PUIUFOY C. E. ROBINSON GEO. M. RICE LANEY LAWHON C. A. ROBINSON SAMMUEL HEATH E. W. DYCUS W. W. Harwell, Manager. Sunday night a young Miss ar- rived at the home of Mr...

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