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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1923

IP n flnilor. VOLUME XXXVII —— NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1923 ■ . Mi: Its i/m NUMBER 51 EXTRA SESSION OF LEGISLATURE OPENS AIM 16 Governor N«ff Given Lint of Sub- ject (o be Taken up. | I I ■SlM Aunt iii, April 7. Governor Neff late today issued the proclamation convening the lcgiBlature in special session at nine o'clock Monday, April 16, to provide sufficient funds to properly maintain the public schools, elemosynary institutions and the Texas government; to make appropriations within available re- venue for support and maintenance for two years) of schools, institutions and departments; to vest courts with authority for removal of ofti- cers convicted in court of having wilfully failed or refused to enforce laws; to pass laws making more ef- fective federal and state constitu- tions, prohibiting manufacture, sale or transportation of intoxicating liquors; and to act upon such other matters "of vital and constructive importance" as may be submitted by the governor. The gove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1923

MONITOR M I I, Ki uh«l Every Friday W R. WATTS every Friday and Entered : second-class matter in the Poatoffiee j Naples, Texas, under act of Con-: March 3, \H19. ONE OF THK VH.T1MS. | other day, and came uown l< th< Mabel- I can't understand why I eity and get a job uhlnlng ahoes, ! von are down on Mr. Dinks, Ho ha Now the old farmer makes hay win SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .MX MONTHS SI.00 I the sun slnnes. tilings in this city. dolie otH ill lieonre- Yes, ami I happen to lie | III! l>f tllelM Advertising Ratei Application USIIAIJUY St). 'He's popular with th sn't he' "Very; if you except tin lives with at home.' home 5w5 -V:"" US FOR You're filing to leave ti stead, John, You're twenty-one today And the old man will be sorry,! |u. MATERIAL REACTION. Flubb--Marriage seems to exercise a sobering influence on some men. women, | Dubh—Yes; it's a sort of after math to love's intoxication. i ones he PLUPERFECT — j "All of my daughters have nmrriei fo the clerk who had just sold , w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1923

WpWrf ■ , ■ ' -'■"■■ I psfff i I i PERSONS DEAD HALF HOUR SAVED BY FLUID SENT DIRECT TO HEART NAPLES DIRECTORY. Chicago, A new method of re- nuseitation by the injectiuti of fluid from the adrenttl glands directly in- to the heart, ciedited with reviving persona who have been 'pronounced dead, was explained in reports read by Dr. Dennis VV. Crile of Chicago and his undo, to a joint meeting of the Chicago Medical Society and the Chicago Society of Anesthetists. The physicians read reports of caBes, explaining the revival of per- Mons who they said had been dead M long as thirty minutes. In some eases, the physicians said, patients who had been pronounced dead were revived, died again, and were revived again at intervals and ultimately re- covered completely. As described by Dr. Crile, the method calls for the injection of large quantities of adrenal into the heart by use of a hypodermic needle. Sometimes, Dr. Crile said, resusci- tation was assisted by manipulation of the heart in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1923

W, (>, Bryan visited first of the week, Ilex M, Walls in a I Tairell for a few day l'AI!l> OF THANKS. 1 wish to e\jiress through, t 1m* Monitor my "heartfelt upprecintlon for the beautiful flowers rwivoil from the Ladiea Ai<l of Naples. I wish it waw ho I could thank eiich member pt ] that privil'*] \ anil ovary SH55SB! 'n 11. W. Kelley and wife returned homo from Sherman IhmI Thursday, where they had been visiting Mm. Kelle> ii Htsfer, Mm. James Kink, who Is slcU. Miss Eunice Lindsev \ lulled Omaha Inst we«k. J, T.epves was in Atlanta Tiicj 'Irv i 11 IH llltlrl Ruins Taylor day was in Naples Sun ^rowr Kmir of At laota pnap It. Diekerson and Ell ('lark in Omaha Sundav. Wei- ll. W. Kelluy and family were in Ml. Pleasant Friday. They were aci'ompunied home by Mr. Kelley's sister, M i s Callie Lucas and son, who visited here Saturday and Sunday. Work on the W. 0. Bryan and Thos. Walker brick business houses and Dr. Smith's brick garage is pro j pressing very well, consideri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1923

I r I ► . f ' c Naples itlonitor. VOLUME XXXVII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDriY, APRIL 20, 1923 NUMBER 52 REPUBLICAN PARTY IS SEVERELY ASSA LED SENATOR SHEPPARD COMPARES THE Cites f j ment of prohibition, a matter which j ia being handled with distinct succ- WILSON-HARDING ADMINISTRATIONS tion, unemployment, maintenance i of American living standards, ftbsen- Some of the Failures of the Republican tee ownership, lack of individual r>.r\* •* a _i • • «. *• : home ownership, financial stringen- rarty During its Administration. ENUMERATES SOME OF THE NATION'S NEEDS High Taxation Due to the Failure of the Republican Party to Provide for Prevention of Future Wars. THE FARM BLOC AND FARMERS FORCIBLY DEFENDED The Senator Outlines Some of the Problems that are now Pressing for Solution, and Says that the People are Awake to the Situat- ion and that They Will no Longer Submit Without Protest to the Rule of the Party that Will not put These Policies Into Effect—Deplores the Failure of the United St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1923

"A v 4 ■■ NAPLES MONITOR l'ubl'whed Every Friday VV. It. WATTS ity of oil; {' Kissible I'u^l and (4) gjve lion removing cioaneHt AUTOMOTIVE GOSSIP Business tfin« ti i ilium entered OHtofflw BSM Published every Friday m.< om Hcoond-cluan mutter in the ut NhjjI.'h, Texas, under :> «rcHS Maroh 3, 187!>. has twenty to twentv-mx cord inch. The cords are similar t itim weight fifth] nir lin Cleaning the Windshield. Washing the windshield with wat r will not remove grease ami wi usually result in spreading it over a lareer area. The best way to clean A Cnrbon Preventive. the gla.Hn ui to cup ciean cloth in To encounter 1 ho least amounFof i uama dine and rub over the surface, trouble from carbon formation tin then use a dry cloth lo dry the glass, j following rules should be observed: I should b (1) Keep the piston ring* in proper auiuHiM'H whow that 7f per cent condition; (2) use only the best cpial I don of all cars m nsp cost less than SI (leu a casing 'I Means much 11 tire, bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1923

Miss Kuuy INt'lSUIllH Vlliuuu vmn- od in this place the past week-end.; Birtist—John A. Williams, Pastor. Cliffnn franklin and familv fluent I Services every first and third Sundays Sat hor I fie rel If it's a drink you want, we make them as good as you can find mtii' "aHr . * i LIw ll*iA rr W F. Smith. Proprietor of Ai eel ex thi sis W(j di| a] c| > w< lil fe ri| B, th l.i df (1: " E THE NAPLES MONITOR SUPPLE MEN T ABOLITION OF $2 Bill PROPOSED BY TREASURY MEN Standardized Designs for Paper Money it Alio Sought. Washington— Recommendations • for a general revision of the designs of all paper money have been almost completed by a special commits* of Treasury officials and are expect- ed soon to be turned over to Secre-1 tary Mellon. If the committee's (hidings are adopted, the $2 bill- shunned by the gambler and mutil- ated by the superstitious— will be the first to go. The committee will propose a standardization of designs of all paper money of the same denomina- tions so th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1923

! ■' II 111.11 I esent Republican I'ailmc: un.1 w h iU- and tlii' nil>i •• TiTiTirilN^ff? ™nr the greater is the dturiagc*. When Hit mo nmnv Word*. I dirt or dual g*U into tin- gear and | lie fSEE your pur a f< after ton. iovibt the in Real a le out of h entat ator I triking Ixperiei It o ha procli even wa9 b im Na liends tl time [ | and ae FEE! Keeping Pace With Time. If we are to judge by the perform- ance of an airplane at Panama in theoretically wrecking a battleship, the ratio of naval strength in the future will be decided by the num- ber and quality of aircraft and of their crew, and battleships will serve principally as targets. If capital ships should thus become obsolete, the limitation of aircraft carriers would, attain chief importance. There may be trouble in making arms treaties keep up with invention and a permanent world commission may be the only means of preserving an actually defensive ratio of of armament among nations. FASHION HINTS Lie Ma l.vvc-l. about |...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1923

I T\ V'| I r COMMlJNT'n NEWf NAPLES DIRECTORY. Plainvicw Items. I'lainview, April 10.—Health in thin community ia fino except Men. Itanea has been mighty Hick. Farmers are busy with their crops this week if we have a few more pretty days the farmers will be catch- ing' up with their work. Mrs. Mary Strickland was the guest of Mrs. Tom Lumpkin Satur- day. Clenoniel Crow visited her sister near Itocky Point. Rev, John A. Williams conducted services at Plainview Sunday quite a large crowd attended. The next sermon will be 3rd Sunday in May. We are glad to know that they have organized Sunday school every Sunday afternoon. Miss Clyde Strickland spent the week with Miss Eunice Towler. Miss Edna Roberts spent the week end with Miss Woodie Mae Crow. Miss Ettie Mae Smith and Mr. Oscar Haygood were united in mar- riage Saturday. We wish them much happiness. Robert Towler and family Bpent Sunday with Bud Towler. Miss Woodie Mae Crow is visit- ing relatives near Rocky Point. Miss Pearl Motley ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1923

- PERSONALS AND LOCALS % * •• mm mm J v.. .. m -y:; a mm Wj:i. tm*y:' fefc'" ■ ■■ ■, fflfe.'J; I due K. B. Flour. EU Clark hr.s gone t< ho will come hack. 'Board and room month. Phone 114. I Loui Franklin was on our streets ' Tuesday for the first time since hn anklo wits broken when his team i attached to a wagon ran away with i him on Fchy. 22. He nays he does faleo—but 1uj^p j_o use crutches, l nt he will ' have to use them for some time yet. ] Wo are glad to see him able to get by week or I out again. LJkDY WAS IN A BAD FIX FROM NERVOUS INDIGESTION For Sale—My Brick barn on Main street and blacksmith shop now occupied by T. F. Hampton. Sec Mrs. Lon Lee at Naples, Rufus Taylor of Omaha was in Naples last Sunday. Mrs. Roy Ginn returned from Athens last week. home fl.D. D. Zimmerman of Bryan's Mill was on our streets yesterday. !See the demonstration of the Ayery cultivators today at B. J, Lloyd's Hardware store. FOR SALE 1 have just, traded for one of the best Cass County farms...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 April 1923

1 I m ■ yf. I if Jfl 1 1 1 m ®l)c Jtfaple VOLUME xxxviii WILSON MAY GUIDE PLATFORM FOR 1924 Ex-President Swid to I lave Pro- posed Six Planks for Democrats. Washington, I). ().—Democratic senators are tunned ;i:i authority for the statement that Wooilrow Wilson has drawn up it platform for the party for the 1924 presidential cam- paign, Information is not definite as to whether the platform exists in writing or merely reposes in Mr. Wilson's mind. What is affirmed is that he has mapped out the para- mount issues which the democrats ought to espouse. These Mr. Wilson considers more essential than the identity of the nominee. He is represented as being pledged to no candidate in particular at this time. But even the machine bosses, like Murphy, Taggart and Brennah, who dislike the former President, admit that he will possess and will probably use, veto power at the national convention against any man whom he does not favor. If any candidate aspires to merit the in- dispensable Wilsort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 April 1923

. / / > THE IJY 9® V ■ IWjWV '.■•■ ;' wm m 1 ' H 'ki.•.'>•*. / > • K?$ I $$ SSft*'# Uli NAPLES MONITOR I'ubliHtii-d Every Friday . . . . W. R. WAT IB MICKIE SAYS— l\iblinhed every Friday and entered •h becond-claw matter in the Hmtoflice at Naples, 'IVxrh, under act of Con greaa March 8, 1879. SIIHSCKUTION ONE YEAR .... $1.W SIX MONTHS . . . #0e Advertising Hatea on Application PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Thirty years old, and feel > ing fine—ia The Naples Monitor. After numerous changes and vici- ssitudes during the many years of its existence, The Naples Monitor j thiB week enters it.-) thirty-eighth volume full of vigor and animation and with a feeling of profound gratefulness and appreciation for the numerous friends and patrons it has, and with a bright and cheer- ful hopefulness that will serve as a spurring inspiration for the future. During all its many years of life, since its first appearance on June 10, 1886, The Naples Monitor per- haps has not enjoyed more rob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 April 1923

8 M I I. i<; 8 Modem Preparation*. Alice—So you're jr<>inj>; to marry Ralph! Have you aelecUnl the preacher yet? Virginia—No; but I've retained my lawyer. SfJ "My huubaml hau had indigestion for the last month." "Really, I'm bo sorry. 1 had no idea you were without a cook." I Silent* Civet Consent. Blithera (sympathizing with H«n- peck)—But why did you propose to her? Henpeck—I didn't; she proposed to me Blithers- But you could have re- fused her. Henpeck—I couldn't. She said: "Will you marry me? Have you any objections?" So, whether 1 said "yes" or "no" she had me either way Blithers—Well, you shouldn't have answered her! Henpeck—I didn't, so she said: "Silence gives consent," and that settled it." A Delicate T««k. Dusky Farmhand (to confrere on tractor)—Sam, yo' sho' baa got do easiest job I knows of. ridin' aroun' on dat thing all day long! Sam—Easy job! Me! Man man, yo' don' know dis machine has forty horsepower, doesyo'? An furthermo' yo' don' know when I'se whappin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 April 1923

SS ;.r"I -- ■ HI S Use K. R. Flour. —— Leo Lannter, vifitod. in Daingerfield. S. (3. Nouthworth of Dallas i , stopping otf hero ii few days I" Praytor Hi Mt. Pleasant «<«' vi8it liin Hmter, Mrs. Z. '/-■ Smith, on 1 Kodak finishing. I liis way to Now York. W || "Strong ai ' ill" For Sale—My Brick ham on: Main utrcet rind blacksmith shop 'now occupied by T. F. Hampton I See M i'm. Lmi Lee hL Naples. i ^ I : • —■*- —— —— Mth. Mary lit .It leaves today for El Paso to visit relatives. m. M •• / Mrs. Mattie Sheffield of Linden |ex( visited in Naples this week. At the district meeting here yes- terday there were 69 out of town gUMta, We are unable to give an «d report before going to press, « Buy wisely—Buy the Best. Mr*. Morris O'Tyson who has] McCoys Drug Store. been sick with typhoid fever since | - - t|u> qf this month was taken to . Rev, W. M. Anderson attended : Texarkana yesterday afternoon and district conference at Winlield TueB placed in a aunituriu n. I>r. Smith day and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1923

" <> wm v ®ljC JJtonitor. VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, y, MAY 4, 1923 fUMBEK 2 MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 13 Branc IBM. "Mother Dear" There are many beautiful things in life but just one "MOTHER D E A It." What wonderful thought* and memories cluster around HER, whose life was one of Devotion, Sacrifice and Love. This old world is founded on Love—we couldn't get along with- out it—and there's no more fit- ting or beautiful way to express your love for MOTHER than to embrace the opportunity of Mother's Day and remember HER with aRox of King's Can- dles. More Lasting Gifts selected from the large and beau- tiful stock of Ivory, Cut Glass and many other beautiful and ap- propriate Gifts to be found at LecveB Bros. Drug Store. The Store where you get what you want, when you want it. Remember we appreciate your trade and can fill all your drug needs at the right price. LEEVES BROTHERS DRUG STORE Telephone 22, Naples, Texas Rocky Rocky Branch, May 1. % McDaniel and Allen H< ir<...

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

Live* 35 Year Without Arm* and F«et, Then Diea. HB U1UJ.U. JiXU L1J1. Ll' NAPLES MONITOR; spring tonic Published K\ery Friday Spring is here, and with it hus W. R. WATTS | come that delicious lassitude we call Published every Friday and entered 8l"'ntf In mi tnwlit r iLiy 'IVvmm Aliril 27 -Livinff as Bei'ond-clttHH matter in the Hostoflico th«* hoUHfwife or granny went torth t-' > • at Naples, Texh . under act of Con-1 in search of "yar.ls" with which for thirty-five years without arms Kress March :i, Hhe made a strong decoction. Per- and fact, A. J. Murphy,^ years old, SUBSCRIPTION j liaps, instead of this bitter mess,! died in a local hospital hilday. ONE YKAlt .... if 1.00 everyone from Johnny to the hired hands and feet were so Imdly tiost- S1X MONTHS . . , 60c nian was dosed profusely with sul- bitten in a blizzard in Manitoba . . ... ... . .• I phttr and molaaaes. It was a time for when he was 20 years old, that he Advertising Kates mi Application 1 . . .... n , , , i.iu„„,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1923

I t ■if A ,v •Sf'HlW®. " - ■it. 9- ■ r " ■ . THE FA8HK )N81 Gingham Gowns Again in Fashion; Yogue for Separate Skirts; Shoes in Red Will Brighten Dull Attioe The irrepressible gingham has come into its own again and is capti- vating all hearts with its quaint motifs and dainty patterns, the per- ennial material of American woman- hood running the tale of the years, aa it were, from prim gray frocks of Plymouth and Jamestown, through the lure of colonial days to the heroism of Capt. Molly Pitcher, in her neat blue gingham. Now gingham is de rigeur and the devotees of simplicity in clothes us well as standards of living are delighted with the vogue and it is sure to have its day in the sun of fashion. The dual gown, as the ones are called that resemble the fashions of the eighties in front and the sixties in back, is another popular mode. These gowns are not reversible, how- ever. They might better be called the "surprise gown," as the front and reae views are so dissimilar as to asto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1923

LAW I ION PERSONALS AND LOCALS A Wish Use k. It. Hour lephant has come and gon Let Praytor at Mt. your Kodak finishing USUI it Buy wisely—Ituy the Rent. McCoys Drug Store, Mrs. Virene Weathersh.v of Win- fieiil, La., is visiting her parents in Naples. WATSON Jodie Watson a young man of our city, son of Mr. and Mis, J. C. Watson, and Miss lieulnh I.nwhon, ! daughter of A. L. Lawhon and wife, j residing a few miles from Naples, j took it upon themselves to hie away to Kooky Branch Sunday afternoon land were married by Rev. Duncan. . They ure making their home in Nap- 1 les. Their many friends extend I congratulations and well wishes tor a Icing and happy life. For sale—One largt horse. See J, C. Wonunack, Marietta as. There was a i the Civic Leagui black work and the committ orts. New meiv CIVIC LEAGUE. I attendance at i ivting Monday, i ^r.' ?mg a Mrs. J. P. Mustek and sheriff' Ponder of Daingerfield were in Naples Wed- nesday. Leave your Kodak films with Leeves Bros, for finishing b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1923

I 1 *vv "A ! K .'a l; ;s t j B I H3 mi i ■, MFara I I W I J 3Jnpl Jllonitor. VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, m MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 13 "Mother Dear" There are many beautiful things in life but just one "MOTHER DEAR." What wonderful thoughts and memories cluster around HER, whose life was one of Devotion, Sacrifice and Love. ' This old world is founded on Love—we couldn't get along with- out it—and there's no more fit- ting or beautiful way to express your love for MOTHER than to embrace the opportunity of Mother's Day and remember HER with a Box of King's Can- dies, More Lasting Gifts selected from the large and beau- tiful stock of Ivory, Cut Glass and many other beautiful and ap- propriate Gifts to be found at Loeves Bros. Drug Store. The Store where you get what you want, when you want it. Remember we appreciate your trade and can fill all your drug needs at the right price. LEEVES BROTHERS DRUG STORE Telephone 22, Naples, Texas ONE MAN DEAD ANOTHER INJURED Aut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1923

aP ' ' ■ THE BY NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . W. R. WATTS Published every Friday and . entered «h neeond elasH matter In the Posivffico Ht Nnplcg, Texas, under act of Con- gress March ft, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ON 12 YEAR . SIX MONTHS Plainview Items. Plain View, May 7.—The weather is cool ami the farmers are taking the advamt A large nity attend inday. Robert fn their wd from dwcatii crop our commu* hi at Concord MiCKIE SAYS< $1.00 ,'ith P. B id family Strickland ipent and ' \* AWKttY\6\ViQk k\W ^ WO GOOO, WHM ARfi AU- KH' avo OTM (>A.V>tP.<o CHUCK FUU. O' AOS -TVBM 9ta B\X ES3 KABM A\WT A V-OY OP DOWvft BGU-I, Aftft -TVA6H ^ Advertisinjc Rates on Application tner s r this de to d.> WiS:?'- ; m hi &YV- /, I m MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May 18th. ia Mi Day. All over the count) special day has been set aside honor to the mothers of the world But every day is Mother's Day after all. There is no time, no sea son of the earth or of the heart that is not Mother's D...

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