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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1923

Tyler Judge Named Land Bank Director. ********* Smith's Barber Shop MV. F. Smith, Proprietor eed —i GREAT LIGHT BEAMS TO GUIDE AIR MAIL Letters Leaving New York at Noon Will Reach Pacific the Following Evening. inning in nail will Washington, I). C.—B July or August, the air inaugurate continuous service be- tween New York and San F.-nncisco, negotiating in twenty-eight hours the 3,000 miles intervening, according to an announcement made by Post- master General New. Letters placed on the planes in New York just before noon will ar- rive in Chicago at sundown Here a waiting pilot will take up the flight through the night, landing. enne just before dawn. THE FORD PLANT Covering a total of nearly acres of which 123 nr .' under the Highland Park Plant o, Ford Motor Company idual motor plant in the world. Hero the Ford Car is built, the castings being received from the River Rouge plant and bodies from the various Ford body building plants. .;$3 Tl clud land IGroceries Vegetables % i uni...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1923

"Slimy Tas r m ft*: m PERSONALS AND LOCALS t'>' K! "•>«•"••• * k ■v™"1 grocer I'bp K. B. Flour. MiflH Bm Gibson was visiting in i Onutlm last Friday. J. M. Mathews was in Linden yesterday. j Taylor, city marshall of I Omaha was in our city Saturday. Let Praytor at Mt. Pleasant do your Kodak finishing Groceries a specialty, see our line. H. B. Moore Next Monday is commissioner's court day at Daingerfield. R R Moore aml A Lewia were in Daingerfield on business Tues- Buy wisely—Buy the Best. fj. v McCoys Drug Store. Mrs. H. H. Hines, Mrs. Sam Rob- Several from Naples attended the -1Bon aiul Mra E j Jeeves arej ball game at Mt. Pleasant Sunday. viHjtjnK in Dallas. Miss Lena Mary Lunday was honu Housekeeping rooms for rent,! Saturday and Sunday from Texar eillu.r unfun,ished or partly fur I ka[iu- nished. Phone 8 or see Mrs. N. IU -UJ For sale—One large black work horse. See J. C. Wommack, Marietta Texas. W. T. Parker and family and John Gibson motored to Atlanta Sunday. Leave your...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1923

I ®lje Naples JJtanifor VOLUME XXXVIII LATEST REPOTCGIVE ONE DEATH AT HOT SPRINGS NAPLES, TEXAS, FRII , . MAY is, I QUTLOOK REPORTED AS GOOD NUMBER Water ana names Tragedy Cause More Than $1,000,000 Damages. Hot Springs, Ark., May 16.—Hot Springs, its business district swept by flood and flame, tonight slowly was recovering from the effects of the storm which late yesterday sent a flood sweeping down from the mountainside leaving in its wake a trail of destruction which in mone- tary loss is estimated well in excess of a million dollars. The Marquette hotel and nearly a score of business buildings were in ruins as a result of a Are which sprang up after the torrent raced into the city. Storefronts Bmashed, bath houseB wrecked and debris strown about to- night stood as mute evidence of the fury of the elements. Early reports that there had been heavy Iobs of life were not verified when a check was made today by city officials and newspaper men. Destruction of the Marquetta ho- tel by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1923

. • > vV m 1 ■ MICKIE SAYS NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday MIUANDY SAYS Mirundy says: W. ll. WATTS 'St<.p grumbling! Sw the side Hint's bright Published every Friday and entered ■a uccond-cluss matter in the Poatoffice Rainbows, (lowers and Hunheuma, at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- Stars in every night! Stress March 8,1879. Cultivate contentment 1 0 life is rich find sweet! $1.00! Gather up the diamonds, 60<"' l^inK at your feet!" SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS 1 VJva09\ K ftU.tR J VJt UK>1- OrtTOtt' -<W fciVT VtfNlWWW < fOVM O* TW* <o\X& Advertising Rates on Application BOOST NAPLES. Ijot'n all boost for Naplea. The merchant* hereabout* an here to stay. They choose to locate here because they believe in thi^. community. They are not interest- Up,, i>raVPiy ,j, ed in a quick "clean up" in running 'q-^p jjf,-. u,Ht up sales records; but to grow stead ily with the growth of Naples. "Nothing can contribute to the growth of any plaep like a stro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1923

m ■ ***+*:****** rveninj? the Senior dns* vv.is delightfully entertained witli a aproatl at the like, given by Annie M ie Dorothy Scegrav jb and W Berry. ^ Thoac present «ore. F ccb R^b- ' iJ'>n, Lovoile and Erin ampton, A WI.SE GIRL Ho—And dearest do you roalh think you can live on my income; She—Yen, if you pet another 1" yourself. iry ad i ncrmnn, LOW | R1NISH WAS ROUGH. "When you refused him my hand, papa, did he go down on his knees?" " Well, I didn't notice just where he landed." When Adam in blisfi Asked Eve for a kiss. She puckered her lipa with a coo, Gave a look so ecstatic, I don't care Adam if I do." QUITE TRUE! Grace—I)o you like to dance? Jack—Not Particularly. Grace—Well, no one dances that way now. Tidwoll Georgia I V 1 ijcwiu, iit'ss Wortham, Loyd Legg, j prn* Marlon and Jack Heard, John LuMt Stewart, Wayne Leuves cleateos Smitl's Barber Shop W. F. Smith, Proprietor Shoo Sh'* liniPf Par*or for lathes Pnfl NO? "Pop, I got in trouble at school today and it's all yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1923

I i Gus May of alretfts one ilnv PERSONALS AND LOCALS I1* K. B. Flour " ■■■■' n Omaha was last week. Hi our Cornelt New#. Iiet's pay our centenery PLEDGE. Naploa liUHine include Ritaa St lam vena <>t week ('ookville. Thos. Walker was a visitor Monday. Daingerfield A. (.!, Heard and wife and Bernard Kennedy were in Mt. Pleasant Sat- I urday and attended the ball game. Rev. A. Spence of our 'city yesterday. Omaha was in John L. Whitecotton from Texarkana Sunday. was over W. T. Parker and wife visitors in Omaha Sunday. were Cornell, May 15. There were; services at the Baptist t'hurch Sun- day conducted hy Rev. Kouiultree. I A very f?ood crowd attended- Misses Mahel Oonuldson and Myrl Barton were Sunday dinner guests j of Misses Daisy and Eva Heard. W. T. Dudley and wife spent Sun- 1 day in the hfttne of ('. D. Betts. The singing Sunday afternoon was Good attendance, we Stf&jjjjje everybody to attend, come. Miss Thelma Caldwell was a Sal ur- —- I day night visitor of Miss Jewe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1923

I I Naples Jttonttor. VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDA Y, MAY 25, 1923 PRESIDENTIAL BOOM IS GIVEN A BOOST McAdo's Visit to Capitel Revives talk of his Cnadidacy. Washington, May 18—William G. McAdoo, former Secretary of the Treasury and director general of railways, is in Washington, and while here is meeting prominent democ- rats, including Former President Wilson. Mr. McAdoo says that his visit has no political significance. Every time he comeB to Washing- ton it in announced that his boom for democratic presidential nomi- nation haB started, but with his friends the boom has been on for a couple of years, and while he re- frains from admitting it for publi- cation, it is regarded as a "going concern" by his supporters. A series of conferences was held here between McAdoo, and political and personal friends. He insisted he was not here to discuss politics, having visited Wash- ington to attend the unveiling, Thursday, of the Alexander Hamil- ton statue. At his hotel, however, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1923

DIRECTORY. NAPLES CARELESSNESS THE CAUSE OF NIIRHAPS MICKIE NAPLES MONITOR Published Kvery Friday W. H. WATTS , \ KWOVJ, tV\ BOftH i.oo*.s HuvAftut, eor Jtw ftttuie.evj NOVJ'w W\P. weS Poft.Y-4 PPOOO OP TWft VA.P6R. kvi1 "tvV fotKS >.t vr AM1 -OA" TOVJU ws vwwrceo >UV MEMW. Main Reason Why 14,000 U. S. Citizens Killed By Automobile MONEY MAK NG Published every Friday and entered u kecond cluHM matter in the Postofflce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con gross March 8, 187a. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 BIX MONTHS . . 60c Advertising Rates on Application —rr ADVANTAGES OK A GARDKN COM MUN1TY. Bi-i fhe first dayB of summer bring to the minds of many people plun.H for the rejuvenation of the garden plot. Naples is a eity of gardens. A walk along the residential streets in season will convince the stranger that more than the average number of the citizens take pride in their garden plots. What a difference to the appear- ance of the city streets these plots of multi-colored flo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1923

■ i Wn MP .. m, ..mil, y S\ V //X \r u. Secret Adversary b^AgathaChristie OM>* li nr •ouy, nt t 4 uf-iwnK Like at nplder In a web, but more nubile, mole cornealed and more dkiigerous to huoiaus than the a^ldsr tu the fly, Hlta a ■ecret foe plottlns for loot, for power and even for the deal ruction of nation*; an Intelligence ae malign as It Is clever and efficient. A brilliant mind—the mind of a natural leader, a ata teaman -turna by deliberate choice to criminal activities and tha undoing of aoclal good. Tbe Individual who possesses theae pow- era and dark purposes la doubly danger- ous, from tha fact that his Identity cannot ba traced. Ha controls criminals and conspirators of various sorts; he maps their plans, but nsver openly. Hla or- ganization Is cohesive and powerful In tha extreme, but no one In that orgnnlzatlon has ths faintest Idea of who he is, or ever, knowingly, has looked upon his face. His plans and hla orders come from a mysterious source. He la Immune to spies,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1923

Buy Iht* Ileal. McCoys Drill Store R. L. Whatley and C. I nuule a tnisineHS trip to Monday. R, C* >Hiei" llreenville Groceries a specialty, see our line. H. B. Moore. Mrs. Henry R. King of Atlanta in visiting relatives in Naples this week Mrs. Herraon Wommack of Tex- arkana is visiting relatives here this week. MesdameB C. Q. Davis and J. B. Watts motored to Mt. Pleasant Sunday. Leave your. Kodak films with Leeves Bros, for finishing by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. C. E. Coker, Mrs. C. C. Davis and Mrs. R. M. Leeves motored to Mt. Pleasant yesterday. Jodie Watson and wife and Mrn, 1. M. Watson motored to Omaha Wednesday afternoon. Get a pair of Selz "Make your Feet Clad" comfort shoes while A. J. Davis has your number. I want some sorghum syrup In buckets. If you have some bring to me. M. N. Heard. Everything in loaded shells. 26 gra Ballistic powder, 1 k oz shot BB to No. 8 shot at. A. J. Davis'. Mrs. John L. Whitecotton left for Texarkana Saturday, to join her husband. They wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 June 1923

I VOLUME XXXVIII ®l)e Jflaplefc Jttattitor. NApLES TExAS.l|ilii. .)l'\!■; 1. 1928 JUNE 1, 1923 NUMBER GRADUATING Mi Exceptionally Promising Class Gradu- ates With Flying Colors. SPLENDID PROGRAM RENDERED AT CLOSE Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday by Rev. Crittenden-"-Good Music Interspersed the Exercises—H. H. J. Fling Delivers Address to the Class. Never in the history of Naples have we had such a large and promising graduating class. The town is indeed proud of the class and of the splendid work of the High School teachers who were in a great measure responsible for the successful culmi- nation of the work. The Baccalaureate Sermon was preached Sunday, May 27 in the Baptist Church. As the notes of a march sounded the class composed of nine girls and four boys, followed by the High School Teachers filed to their respective seats. The music was furnished by Miss Faye Martin and Randolph Wortham assisted by the Junior class of Naples High School. After the Invocation, by Rev. Anderson, the...

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

< pfsijl't ' i&a'Si H THE BY NAPLES MONITOR Published Rvery Friday W. K. WATI'S Publmhed every Friday and entered n sei'oitd clttBH matter in the PoBtot'tlcu al Haplea, Texas, umtui act of ( on uresa March 8, IhVif SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS 60c ANYMODY'S business. s it anybody s business if a gentle uiati should choose iTo wait upon a ludv, if that lady don't refuse? ! Or to speak a little plainer, that the meaning all may know, i Is it anybody's business if the lady lias a beau ' Is it anybody's business but the lady's if her boau Rides out with other ladies and does not let her know? ■ Is it anybody's biwiness but the Ren tlwillt's If he Accepts another escort where he does not chance to lie? If a person's on the sidewalk, wheth- er great or whether small, la it anybody's business where that person means to call? Or if you see a person when lie is calling anywhere, Is it anybody's business what his business may be there?" — Selected. HALF A MILLION JOBS GO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 June 1923

Secret Adversary bj^AgathaChristie "Thut'a not very polite," replied Tuppence. "Hut 1 dare suy you mean It all right. Well, ttiere it l*! I'm ready and willing— l ut 1 never meet any rich men I All the hoys 1 know are about as hard up as I am. No~ marrlaye Is fraught with difficulties. Remains— to make money 1" "We've tried that, and failed," Tout' my reminded her. "We've tried all the orthodox ways, yea. But suppose we try the unortho- dox. Tommy, let's be adventurers 1* "Certainly," replied Tommy cheer- fully. "How do we begin 7" "That's the difficulty. If we could make ourselves known, people might hire us to commit crimes for them. Look here, Tommy, shall we reallyj Shall we form a business partner- ship 7" "Trading under the name of the Young Adventurers, Ltd.? Is that the Idea, Tuppence?" "It's all very well to laugh, but 1 feel there might be something In it." "How do you propose to get In touch with your would-he employers?" "Advertisement," replied Tuppence promptly. "Have ...

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

lis m Howard Kelley Stephen?, Ark. left Saturday fi Mrs. J. C. Walker Atlanta this week. visited i Commit te Appointed and t'.ete Out to Work—M«ke# First Report. N. M. Roberts"aml H. H. motored to Dallas Tuesday. Hines It will pay you to see A.J, Davis before you buy your feedstuff. Groceries a specialty, ste our line. H. B. Moore. Miss Anna Lou Chambers and brother Jesse 'left for Dallas Sat- urday. Leave your Kodak films with Leaves Bros, for finishing by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant. Misses Telia Mae and Ida Mae Gauntt spent Saturday night with Mrs. B. W. Kelley. Miss Thelma Moore the guest of Mrs. Forest M. Holt will leave for hortie at Nixon today. Get a pair of Selz "Make your Feet Glad" comfort shoes while A. J. Davis has your number. Mrs Sam Robison who has been visiting in Dallas and Ft. Worth, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. H. Y. Black of Pittsburg was in our city Sunday visiting her son Carroll Black and wife. At tlu* Chamber of Commerce! meeting last Friday afternoon sever- | al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1923

SK3| ®l)c Jttottitor. 7m VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES CITIZENS TREATED TO MUSIC NAPLES, TEXAS, FRII \V, JUNK 8, 1923 Crubb* Vocational College Band Give* Musical Concert. Last Saturday about 1:30 o'clock Naples was made to think of days past when the young men, and older ones, too, were of such pro- gressive natures as to maintain a good band, when the streets re- sounded with good music. As announced the band from Grubbs vocational College of Arling- ton came and gave us some good music, and the manager made a talk giving information about the College. The band was composed of the following Btudents of the College: L. W. Caine, commadant codetta, Sam Bennett, Fred Lampe, Sam Brindle, Rex Everett, Foy Robertson, Francis Quinn, Victor Cooper, Floyd W. JoneB, Duff Kooken, Harry CollinB, Major Farrar, Carroll Crowder, Eugene Hall, Dick LeMond, Jack Kirkpat- rick. After the concert here the band left for Texarkana. This reminder of olden times should wake the people up to the necessity of a ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1923

p.' ■ aw'i THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... . W. It. WATTS Published every Friday and entered M second-class matter in the Postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION NE YEAR .... *1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 50c Advertising Rates on Application AND SO THEY PASS ON. The launching (if another cIiwh of high school graduates into the world i brings reflective thoughts, some glad, some sad. Glad, because another group has successfully completed the course of study and is presumably better equipped for life's career. Glad, because it indicates that the girls and boys are approaching the age of maturity and with their men- tal training are prepared to assume their share in carrying on the ac- tivities of this old world. Glad, because the workings of an all-wise providence has provided that the replacement of human units in this world shall be a progressive one, to the end that the older may instruct the "younger and the ad- vancement of knowled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1923

I 1 vlPP? Secret Adversary btj.AgathaChristie i t — vl~ Z.' y If- Hpaw/fwr iwi £ copy ftidnr eueci nitap * <mP* ir (Continued from last week) The (flrl counted the notes, secured them In her huridbav, and rose. 'tlooil morning, Mr. Whlttlngton," she siild politely. "At least, au re- voir, I should say." "Exactly. Au revolr, my clever and charming young lndy." Tuppence sped lightly down the stairs. A wild elutlon possessed hep. "Let's give Tommy a surprise I" murmured Tuppence, and hulled a taxi. The cab drew up outside the tube station. Tommy was Just within the entrance. His eyes opened to their fullest extent hs he hurried forvvurd to assist Tuppence to alight. She smiled at him affectionately, and re- marked In a silently affected voice: "Pay the thing, will you, old bean? Whittington Snatched It and Read It. I've got nothing smaller thtun a five- pound note!" - - •*■ :> ___ CHAPTER II A Setback. The moment was not quite so tri- umphant as It ought to have been. To begin wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1923

IT Pre PERSONALS AND LOCALS Use K. B. Flour. Have you tried grocer. K. 5HH! B? asu your Mitts Florence lay for Denton school. Miu Annie May Rates is in Kernes on a visit. Frank Morris of Texarkana ed here Sunday. visit- Attend the revival meeting at th«j Methodist church. B. W. Kelley spent Saturday night with home folks. J. P. Bedell is in business this week. Harry Coleman of Sunday visitor here. Louisiana on Miss Maizie Kennedy has returned home from Linden. Vista McCoy of Jefferson here Sunday afternoon. was Will Connor and wife of Dainger- field were in Naples Tuesday. Boy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. Mary Bentley Harwell visited in Texarkana a few days this week Mrs. Merl Whitener left Sunday for Denton to attend Summer Nor- mal. Leave your Kodak films with Leeves Bros, for finishing by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant. Tyler was a Mrs. Carroll Black and son visiting in Kernes and Dallas. are Groceries a specialty, see our line, H. B. Moore. M. N. Heard and wife spent few day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1923

IB m B. anitac. VOLUME XXXVIII DISTRICT BANKERS TO BE ENTERTAINED Naples and Omaha Join Class Club Lake, at REPUBLICAN LEADERS SELECT 1924 TICKET DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS Lunch Will be Served at the Lake by the La die* of the two Towns. r «*■■••• Next Wednesday will witness the first meeting in Morris County of the bankers of the 19 district. At that time there are expected to be present at least 150 visitors. The First State Bank of Naples and The State Bank of Omaha, assisted by the good ladies of the two towns will entertain this assembly of men who manage, or help to manage the finances of this part of the state, so far as the State Banks are concerned. In this district there are about 80 banks and each one is expected to be represented by one or more, be- sides visitors in other vocations will be present. Among the invited speakers who have signified their willingness to be present and address the meeting are Judge W. L. EsteB of Texarkana, Judge of the United Stntes Court; J. J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1923

THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday REWRITE HY W. U. WATTS Published every Friday and entered an uecond-cluHM matter in the Voatofllce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- Kraaa March S, lM7rf. SUBSCRIPTION (INN \ F.AK .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c AdvertialnK Hates on Application COMMUNITY SPIRIT. Life to each of us consists mainly of what we make it. We can cast the soft rays of sunshine and happi- ness over our existence, or we can till our lives with the shadows of greed and nveriae and insatiable longing for those things which we may not possess. Naples is our home—the place where most of our liveB will be spent—where memory is dear to us. Shall we seek to cast out what there is of spirit of greed and sus- picion and ungenerous rivalry among men? Shall we supplant it with one of kindness, of tolerance and of good will toward each other? Shall we make honorable thrift the watchword of our community? It ia the ideal existence, and is possible to any community where the peopl...

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