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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1923

By Agatha Christie mM , •'] MM: IMS t \ (Continued from last week) ' Tuppence Ruzed at him. "Wbat nhould we liave to do?" ab* breathed. Mr. Carter suitled. "Just go on with what you're doing now. FIND JANE FINN." "Tee, but—who IS .lane Finn?' Mr. Carter nodded gravely. "Yes, you're entitled t know that I think." He leaned back In hla chair, crossed bis legs, brought the tips of his fingers together, and began la a low meno- tone: "In the early days of 1915 a certain document came Into being. It was tb« draft of a secret agreement—treaty- call It what you like. It was draws up ready for signature by the various representatives, and drawn up |n America—at that time a neutral coun- i try. It was dispatched to England by a special messenger selected for that purpose, a young fellow called Dan- gers. It was hoped that the whole affair had been kept so secret that nothing would have leaked out That kind of hope is usuajly disappointed. "Danvers sailed for England on the Lusltanln. He carr...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1923

P" ; m t f I f PERSONALS AND LOCALS Have you tried K. IV Use K. B. Flour. Miss Valeria Story spent Tuesday •<n Mt. Pleasant. Ivan Dorsett visited in Sulphur Springs last week. Mrs. Z. Z. Smith and children are visiting in Dallas this week. Heinz White pickling vinegar, 75 eta gallon. A. J. Davis. Groceries a specialty, see our line. H. B. Moore. J. B. Watts and wife and Mrs. Myrtle Davis were in Mt. Pleasant yesterday. grocer. W. Q. Menders I in Naples last we of Linden •k. Buv wisely Buy the Bent. IcCoya Drug Store. Miss Irma Palniore left last Sat- urday for Denton to attend Sum- mer Normal. S. L. Henderson, County Judge of Cass County, was on our streets one day last week. Mrs. Shannon Victory and daugh- ter Mary Lynn of Shreveport are visiting relatiues here this week. For Rent—One 6 room house in the heart of Naples, newly painted, papered and overhauled. See A. Lewis. Ernest Brown and Miss Hamilton of Linden came to Naples Sunday and took the Cotton Belt for Com- merce. whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 June 1923

VOLUME XXXVIII BANKERS BANQUET «.• - • ■ * ■ • *•- ■ ' t ass I a ,.!.i 1 I m AT GLASS NAPLES, TEXAS, FKIDAY, JUNE 22, 1923 IE Large Crowd of Bankers and Guests Feasted Bodily and Mentally. All Profuse in Praise to the Ladies For the Bountiful Dinner — Excellent Speeches—Boating and Bathing In- dulged in—An Enjoyable Occasion. Wednesday 20th, was the day for the State Bankers of the 19th dis- trict of Texas to meet at the Glass Club Lake between Naples and Omaha, and at an early hour they began to arrive and before the noon hour the banks of the lake was swarming with ladies, gentlemen, and children. At a meeting in Pittsburg some months ago Milton Farrier of the State Bank of Omaha and Sam Heath of the First State Bank of NapleB proposed to the delegates to "Give them the air" and invited them to hold their next meeting in the grove on the bankB of the Club Lake, promising them a good time. This appeared as a novelty to the members and they eagerly accepted, and the assemblage Wedne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 June 1923

■iT, ' ■ mV1: ~5? , gsK-y. /-! i THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... . W. R. WATTS Published every Friday and entered m second-clasa matter in the Postofllce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS UTAH UPHOLDS CONSTITUTION The recent Utah legislature, en- acted a statute providing that; It shall be unlawful for any person or i persons actinic ningly ■iirS jf jointly with! . is oi any fl.(M) 60c Advertising Rates on Application another or others, 1 kind of force, threats, coercion, in timidation or violence, to cause or induce or to attempt to cause or in- duce, any person engaged in a law- ful occupation to unit such employ- ment, or to refuse or ti accept inent I'll lie to r begin, a lawful employ- The penalty for violation of this law shall be feeding $800, a jail months or both i fine not ex- aentence of six Utah is determined to give every MAKE THE SCHOOI.HOUSE SAFE The recent terrible tire in the town achoolhouae...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 June 1923

§ f: By Agatha Christie (Continued from last week) Tire - fimrfj ot ' Mr. Her slml miner was tremendous. They bowed be- fore It. "But aar, now," he ended, "you re not after her for anything ? Contempt of court, or aoiuetblog British? A proud-aplrlted young American girl might And your rules and regulations In war time rather irksome, and get up against It. If that's the case, and there's such a thing as graft in this country, I'll buy her off." Tuppence reassured him. "That's good. Then we can work together. What about some lunch?" Oysters bad Just given place to Sole Colbert when a card was brought to Hershetmmer. "Inspector Japp, C. I. D. Scotland Yard again. Another man this time. What does he expect I can tell him that I didn't tell the first chap? I hope they haven't lost that photo- graph. That western photographer's place was burned down and all his negatives destroyed—this Is the only copy In existence. I got It from the principal of the college there." An unformulated dread...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 June 1923

um0- i ■ ISH i Mr . R. L. Whitener has retv home from Denton. W. H. Davis and wife were Mt. Pleasant visitors Sunday. Buy wiBely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store, Miss Bessie Stewart has returned from Dallas, where she attended the S. M. U. Mrs. Luther Davies and son Wil- liam Luther of Dallas arrived in Naples Saturday. Miss Annie M;iy Kates left for her ! home in Junction, Monday. Miss Jessie TJ' I Omaha Saturday Groceries a specialty, II. izemore visited in and Sunday. t-e our line. !. Moore. Mrs. Bernice Whitecotton and Mrs. Thelrna Jenkiiis of Texarkana are visiting in our city. Arthur Lucas of Mt. Pleasant visited his uncle B. W. Kelley and family in Naples Sunday. Mrs. W. A. Giles and baby went to Omaha Saturday and Mr. Giles said he had to see the baby, so he went after them Sunday. WANTED 100 bushels whippoorwili or clay peas. Bring them in by June 25th. A. J. Davis. Mrs. R. A. Turner and Mrs. W. S. Shattuck and children of Alto came to Naples in a car Sunday and are the gue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1923

™ Vv ' • hsm . i * ■ VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1923 I HULL RIDICULES SURPLUS CLAIM Democratic Chief Say* Republic can Saving is Very Small. Washington, D. C.,—Chairman Hull of the democratic national com- mittee has issued a statement com- menting on the recent forecast of President Harding and Director Lord of the budget bureau that there would be a treasury surplus of $200,000,000 at the end of the current fiscal year. Chairman Hull declared that, "conceding the very maximum claims of economy as made by the administration, the amount of reductions of regular expenditures is surprisingly small in the light of the opportunities for retrenchment. "While cheerfully extending due credit to the administration," said Mr. Hull, "for such few and small economies as it may havt: achieved through the budget during this fiscal year, I submit that any intimation that any permanent reduction of ex- penditures made constitutes more than a very minor factor in creating this t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1923

■ — I I II !®S*t pf: IS K THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... W. U. WATTS Published every Friday ar.d entered •a second elans matter in the PoBtotilce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 8, 1879. SUB8CRIPriON ONE YEAK .... $100 SIX MONTHS ... 60c TRY IT CN YOUR TELEPHONE Did you evor stop to figure. You, who use the telephones, That the lines lutve certain limits Quite* distinct from rnogaphoni** On® l y ono the culls are takon, One by oiu* tho signals fall, On© by ono the parties answer ---If they over hear their buzzers call. (I in the order Advertising Hates on Application PULLING TOGETHER Any town or any community that doesn't pull together doesn't accom- plish results these days. It takes united action to build towns and cities. Oftimee individual ideas must give way to the will of the majority. Right at the present time Naples people are moving ts a unit and the town is growing faster and property enhancing ihoie rapidly than ever before. Let's keep up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1923

w 3P ■ 'msmm EKfl ■ Secret Adversary . b^AgathaChristie (Continued from last week) "Thiil you, Hi r fieTminert ~ "Beret-' ford (peaking. I'm Ht Waterloo. I've followed Wblttlogton and another smn here. No time to explain. VVlilt- tlngtou'a off to Bournemouth by the S:30. Cau you get there by then?" "Sure. I'll hustle." The telephone rang off. Tommy pot back the receiver with a ltch of relief. He felt Instinctively that the American would arrive tu time. Whlttlngton and Boris were still where he had left them. If Boris re- mained to see his friend off, all wan well. Then Tommy fingered Ills pocket thoughtfully. In spite of the carte blanche assured to lilm, he hud not yet acquired the habit of going about with any considerable sum of money ea him. The taking of the flrst-elass ticket to Bournemouth had left him with only a few shillings In his pocket. It was to be hoped that Julius would arrive better provided. In the meantime, the minutes were creeping by. Supposing Julius did not g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1923

v;: sm HMk vour PERSONALS AND LOCALS HttV( grocer. vou t rti Uae K. Hour. Sunday was hert H. C. Coletuan from Tyler. j vH' Groceries u specialty, H. Buy wisely—Buy the Beat. McCoys Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Curnutte of Simma were over shopping Wednes- day. Gip Ferry and family and Jack Brixey motored to Texarkana yes- terday. Remeii.ber the services at Dalton Sunday afternoon Rev. Anderson will preach Doylfc Stadifier from Minden, Texas, was a Njaples visitor Sunday. —He's coming again I'll bet.— Alfalfa, cotton seed meal, shelled panje(] corn, maize at Watson Mercant ile Co. BAPTIST NOTKS Next Sunday will be our first preaching service since May. Let every one Ik* present who can come. The pastor expects to preach a Bible sermon 011 good citizenship. At the Sunday School service, be- ginning at 10, Mrs. Ravel Leeves' class will render the program the opening exercises. The Supt, will report 011 his visit to the Ft. Worth convention. The night ser- vice will begin at 8:30. Pray...

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

I> i m -■: W, VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923 H. ILTON FARRIER ENTERTAINS CARRIERS Banqueted at Glass Club Lake—Busi- ness Session at Omaha—Mr. Farri- er Elected Honorrary Member— Nsxt Meeting at Gilmer. PRESIDENT'S DEBT CLAIMS ATTACKED Saturday evening was an occasion hat will be long remembered by the members of the North EaBt Texas Rural Letter Carriers Associ- ation and their families. About a month ago the carriers had their meeting in Omaha, and at that time that prince of good fel- lows, Milton Farrier, invited them to be his guests at Glass Club Lake at their next meeting, which was last Saturday. About 5 o'clock the cars began tilling in and continued until more than 100 people were on the bank's of the lake. The carriers were accompanied by their wives and children. Boat riding and fish- ing were indulged until about eight o'clock, when Mr. Farrier announc- ed supper would be served immedi- ately at the spring, and all repaired thereto. A long table h...

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

1 m NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . . W. K. WATI'S THE BY PuMialieil every Friday and entered •s Becond-cluBM mutter in the Poatofllee Naplnn, Texas, under act of (\m Utvao March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH .... <1.00 SIX MONTHS . . . r.0e Advertising Kates on Application WHAT THE HIGHWAY AMENDMENT N PHtSIDt.NT EXPLAINS MEASURK TO BE VOTtD ON JULY 2a NO BONOS ARFAUTHORIZED MICKIE SAYS- NAPLES DIRECTORY. r -tW «Amo k\vj C!(*V< VAOS\C 'SWELL \t COVAC-S TO e«OM)CASt\WCS avV VVOIAC WfeNWS. SiOUOOOM V.U4 fc«OM>CiW UK.6. US. OOLtH* thiKl vx WHERE IT COUNTS. A local business iiihh yesterday discussed the mercantile situation in Naples. In the course of the conversation he sthted that it was amazing to him to notice the pull ing" power of advertisements placed in the Monitor. Quite seriously, and without any desire to throw bouquets he declared that in alt his merchandising experience he had never witnessed a more profitable response to his advertising than dur- ing ...

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

t -+ Secret Adversary ! bj_A$athaChristie j carrKfnT nnnwn 'wwr (Continued from last week) pu«Mge behind him, he ctepped aoroH to the ulher and examined It closely. The bolt was shot across It. It was very rusty, and had clearly not bee* used for some time. By gently wrig- gling it to and fro, Tommy managed to draw It back without making too much noise. Then he repeated his former maneuvers with the handle*— this time with complete success. The door swung open—a crack, a mere fraction, t^ut enough for Tommy to hear what went on. There was a Tel- vet portiere on the Inside of this door which prevented him from seeing, but he was able to recognize the voices with a reasonable ameunt of accuracy. The Sinn Felner was speaking. His rich Irish voice was unmistakable : "That's all very well. But mora money Is essential. No money—no results t" Another voice, which Tommy rather thought was that of Boris replied: "Will yeu guarantee that there are results?" "In a month from now—sooner or late...

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

PERSONALS AND LOCALS vou tr i et Vu . Uuve grocer. Use K. li. Flour. C. Bryan returning as* your was in Naples 'l'uea from h (lip to Wins Robert What ley Sunday here; of Dallas spent Lee Davits the 4th here. of Texarkana a pent Lonnie Lawhon and arkana are visiting re I near Naples. wife of Tex- ativos in and Miss Faye Martin visited in At- lanta this week. M. S. Brownlee and family visited in Omaha Sunday. Howard Bedell Hines nf Dalian spent the 4th at home. it Tom Cowan of Texarkana visiting relatives here Sunday. was Randolph Moore of Mt. Pleasant ■pent a few daya here this week. Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. Mrs. Everett Graham and daugh- tei of El Paso arc visiting her pat- ents Mr. and Mrs. .1. B Bakei Bale your hay utd liouse it We have plenty hay who. tf N. M. Rol>erts & Go. Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Seaman motored from Dallas Sat onlay to visit Mrs. Socman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stewart. Mrs. W. O. Hood of Erick, Okla., and Miss Mamie Parish ofChickas...

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

m I J'm m VOLUME XXXVIII TEXAS FIRST AS A MANUFACTURING STATE Jitonitor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1923 tv-' Takes First Place Over nil South, em States. To Have "Texas Made Product Week." m San Antonio, Texas, July 7.-That Texas is gradually developing into an industrial state is brought out in a statement just made by G. M. Knebel, executive vice-proaident of the Texas Slate Manufacturers As- sociation; with state headquarters at San Antonio. He said in part: "Texas is in the limelight today as possibly it has never been before. Our great foundation is agriculture and will continue so to be for years to come. Texas has a land area of 262,398 square miles, with a popu- lation of 4,663,228, which is only about 18 people to every square mile'of territory. We have on de- posit in Texas banks $844,554,000: the value of our farm crops accord- ing to the 1920 census was $1,071,- 527,000; during 1922 we produced in Texas 116,670,000 barrels of pe- troleum, 3,000,000 bales of cotton,...

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

'' J, ■ • u mm0 THE JSEXLZSE"0**- COUNTY FUNDS FOR BY . . . .1 W. R. WAITS Published every Friday und entered •a Becoiut-clusH matter iu the Postofflce at Naples, Texaa, under act of Con- gress March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION MICKIE SAYS— RURAL ROADS ONLY JUOuE SIMPSON SAYS FARMER WILL BENEFIT FROM HIGH- WAY AMENDMENT joe-jl&TWSWV WOT. A PATlfekJT <30*t — Ha V4EVER. WU1L TVV EDITOR. OF A CO'JatRM WEVJSPAPCtt , <5kO HE WEVJER VAAO WO REAL nR.HOUY \ ONK YEAR . . . . $1.00 srfMOWHS 60c j CHANG[ pR[S[NT QBNfi|T|[|!; Advertising Rates on Application , EARNESTNESS C OUNTS Are we in earnest as to what we want to make Naples bigger and better? Results in any enterprise are gen- erally proportionate to the earnest- ness shown by those who are inter- ested. We seem to be pretty well based as to our faith in Naples, but are we manifesting the enthusiasm we should to get the results we desire? Faith and enthusiasm, directed by "intelligence and good judgement accomplishes wonderB when con...

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

I — f ' •: Secret Adversary ! bj.A$athaChristie : coWRi Mr k> nrUAP a«i«Ky (Continued from last week) felt that deceiving tltls woman woura ibe very different to deceiving Whlt- Itlngton. Here, indeed, ahe uilgtit ex- pect no mercy. \ Mrs. Vandemeyer mottonad t« a chair. • "Ton can sit down. How did you heor I wanted a house intrlur maid?" "Through a friend who knows the lift boy here. He thought the place might suit tne." Again that basilisk glance aeemed to pierce her through. "You apeak like an educated girl?" Glibly enough, Tuppence inn through her Imaginary career on the lines suggested by Mr. Carter. It seemed to her, as she did so, that the tension of Mrs. Vaudemeyer's attitude relaxed. "I see," she remarked at length. "Is there anyone I can write to for a ref- erence?" "I lived last with a Miss Dufferln, The Parsonage, Llanelly. I was with her two years." "And then you thought you would get more money by coming tw London, I suppose? Well, It doesn't matter to me. I will g...

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

ESSW iiSKkt .HI i« o . ^Mfe? ■BS": mil' . .. I ir ■K - > fftwk I i PERSONALS AND LOCALS Grocttriflti a Hpex-ialty, see our line. H. B. Moore. Thou. Walker and G. Wataon were DevelopinK and printing of K.Hlak bu8ineHa j() |)B,ngtjrfWd films by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant, Buy wisely Buy the Beat. M s> Krownlee and family spent McCoys Drug Store. Wn)1 (Juya visitinR tvMiwa and friends in Weatherford. Russell l\iewi and wife and Mrs. J. B. Wilder Sundayed. in Bowie j VVe haw plenls hay wire on hand. County. ;.:j| ;; | |lMe your hay because of lack of wire. N M. Roberto & Co. Mra. Theo Doraett arid children of Marshall are visiting relatives in j wool) FOB SAW our city this week. j Cu( ready f(„. (ldiwiy. phone05. W. C. Archer. l^*ave your kodak films with j Leevea Bros, for development by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant, W. N. and C. E. Smith of Green- ville, relatives of J. L. Franklin and family, are visiting in our city. Bale your hay and house it We have plenty hay wire. N. M. Robert...

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

■ Naples NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1923 VOLUME XXXVIII REPUBLICAN HEADS MAP OUT STRATEGY Conferences on Coming Cam- paign Planned in Center* of Population Chicago, July 14.—National com- mitteemen and prominent republi- cans from seven states, meeting here in the first of a series of gatherings in the grand divisions of the country absorbed plans for the next national campaign which they are hastening home to outline to state party or- ganizations. The conference was composed of leaders from Illinois, Nebraska, Kan- sas, Michigan, Missouri, Iowa and Oklahoma. Regional conferences will be held in the fall and winter in Minneapolis, Denver, on the Pacific coast and in the-Euth, with the next one prob- ably within two weeks in Washing- ton, according to Chairman Adams. Factional, group and block activ- ities within the party will cause one of the principal battles of the next campaign, according to George W. Lockwood, national secretary. Radi- calism and radicals were called by s...

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

" *■> • '4 THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY .... W. R. WATTS POLITICAL Congressman Sumners of the Dal- las district says the next Democratic presidential nominee will likely he a "dark horse," nut now seriously —— MICKIE SAYI— '/Published every Friday and entered •• aecond-claaH matter in the Postoffice . , , at Naples, Texas, under act of Cow-1 mentioned, (N.ngifHHman I Slack of greaa March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . BIX MONTHS Advertising Rates on Application THE FRIENDLY SPLRIT The friendly spirit is something worth cultivating. Such a spirit is a fine compliment to any town, when people can say of this town her people are courteous and soci- able. Just this week we heard a man say that the people of Naples are more sociable than they used to be that there were less of the clannish and special society sets than there were a few years ago. You don't hear much more about the "400 set" in Naples said this same man. Can a higher compliment be given Nap- les. The ...

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