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

1 I Secret Adversary b^AgathaChristie tout, ioht •oPBfttACHWAn* Whm a HIk roIT-foii desk Jtrawn wtfn puperi hi which tb* master of the house wax Killing. lie 'o*« M they entered. "Yuu have % iiib«mhk« for mej All"—he rec'Qgnlxed Tuppence with u 1 "• * £ I&3S&S fi-:i ■ I . * ,• (Continued from last week) "That look of hers gave me an idea. 'Now, then, doc,' I said, and tried to Mlt up in bed, but my right foot gave me a nasty twinge ae I did «o. 'A slight sprain,' explained the doctor. 'Nothing serious. You'll bo about In a couple of days.'" "I noticed you walked lame," inter- polated Tuppence. Julius nodded, and continued. "'How did It happen?* J asked •gain. He replied dryly. 'You fell, with a considerable portion of one ot my trees, into one of my newly plant- ed flower-beds.' "I liked the man. He seemed to have a sense of humor. I felt sure that he, at least, was plumb straight. 'Sure, doc,' 1 said, 'I'm sorry about the tree, and 1 guess the new bulbs will be on me. But p...

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

Developing and printing of Kodak films by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant. Buy wiat-ly—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Stove. Mrs, I. M. Watson and little daughter are visiting in Omaha this week. There have been some raw deals in raw sugar and some not so refined in refined sugar. Leave your kodak films with Leeves Bros, for development by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant, 8Cfc; v;' I 111!- K' 1 W. H. Davis and three colored boys motored to Mt. Pleasant and Pittsburg on business Tuesday. We have plenty hay wire on hand. Don't lose your hay because of lack of wire. N. M. Roberts & Co. Groceries a specialty, see our line. H. B. Moore. PERSONALS AND LOCALS £ fll - * Davis and wife are in Italia? visit inu; their son, Glenn. Miss Lena Mary Lunday is visit- ing friends in Texarkana this week Mrs. 11. F. Clark, who has been visiting her son at Tatco for some time, has returned home. wood Kott sai.k ('nt ready for delivery. Phone (!F> W. C. Archer. J. B. Watts km I wife, Mrs. II. D. Moore and Mrs. Thelma...

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

1 I VOLUME XXXVIII Jttonitor. JKaMRn & ral NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1923 ^— ■■ -a - -.- NUMBER 14 Mt. Pleasant, Texaa, July 25, 1923. Board of Trustees, Naples Independent School District, Naples, Texas. Gentlemen and friends: As requested by telephone by, as I remember Mr. Hamp- ton a member of your board, yeaterday, I am stating the sub- stance of the law relating to the levy of taxes and issuance of bonds by Independent School Districts in Texas, which is settled by construction of the courts and departmental officials charged with the duty of interpreting the law. The law now provides that an Independent School Dis- trict in Texas may levy an annual tax of as much as $1.00 upon each and every $100.00 valuation of taxable property within the district or any part of this state, as it may be authorized by the qualified property taxpaying voters of the district at an election held for the purpose. The limitation of the law iB that the tax for all purposes, bonds and every...

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

C ' £ 1 I :.j THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... . W. It. WATTS Published every Friday and entered •a second class matter in the Postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH . . . . $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Kates on Application Presidential Possibilities and Impossibilities 1—Warren G. Harding. FACULTY OF BUYING BY MAIL. How would you like to journey to the nearest city for a pound of sugar, or a yard of muslin, or a spool of thread, or a smoke? And how would you like to make the trip when you need a prescription tilled in a hurry, with death run ninpr you a race? You would make some noise if forced to Bitch an extremity—and then more noise. You would say—and justly so that a town in which you can not buy a pound of sugar, or a yard of muslin, or a spool of thread, or a smoke or even get a prescription filled, is a mighty poor excuse for a town and not worth living in. Yet our merchants can only afford to keep th...

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

I ■f Secret Adversary bj.AgalhaChristie COf/UlOHT MMrUAPI'«*>•> (Continued from last week) up Sir James Peel Ertgerton, yoini And his oumber in the book, and tell him what's happening. Yoa won't forget the names, will you?" Albert repeated them glibly. "Tou trust to me, miss, It'll be all right. But what about you? Aren't yon afraid to trust yourself with her?" "No, no, that's all right. But go and telephone. Be quick." Drawing a long breath, Tuppence entered the mansions and ran up to tfce door of No. 20. How she was to detain Mrs. Vandemeyer until the two men arrived, she did not know, but somehow or other it had to be done, and she must accomplish the task single-handed. What had occasioned this precipitate departure? Did Mrs. Vandemeyer suspect her? Tuppence pressed the bell firmly. She might learn something from the rook. Nothing happened, and, after wait- ing some minutes, Tuppence pressed the bell again, keeping her finger on the button for some little while. At last sh...

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

, ! . ■■ y .; -■ " . ri , I v BPSP! v ■ . -s hoiifn Groceries a specialty, see our line II. B. M PERSONALS AND LOCALS vour nav an i v hay win LADY |H iV ( wisely—Buy the Hem McCoys Drug He wan here Sundt* r rank Hinea made h business trij to Hughes Springs this week H B Ml I , Developing and printing of Kodak films by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant, A. Lewis and family spent Sun- day with their son, Atwin tt. I^ewis, in Myrtis, La. J. B. Moore and wife and H. H. Hinea and son Frank were in Texar- kana Sunday. T. R. Bolin of Austin and his wife and two daughters of Omaha were in our city Sunday. All mail orders amounting to 25c or over, we will pay postage. McCoy Drug Store. Frank Hinea is in Marietta this eek buying and shipping peaches. Leave your kodak films with Leeves Bros, for development by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant, Mrs. T. W. Stewart left last, Fri- day for Marlin, when she goes ex- pecting to benefit her health. We enjoyed a chat with Melvin Hall and two sons Monday morning. They we...

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

■KB; I -■ $ ■ IHonitor. VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1923 it - SHIP 8,000 CARLOADS OF GEORGIA PEACHES Growers Credit Fine Crop to Work of Virginia Man in U. S. Service. Winchester, Va., July 30 — Eight thousand carloads of peach- os of unusually fine flavor and size and virtually all of them free of worms and blemishes have been shipped this season from the great peach belt of Fort Valley, central Georgia, according to word re- ceived from Oliver Irwin Snapp of this city, federal entomologist, who has been stationed at Fort Valley for three years. MoBt of those shipped were of the Elberta variety. The peach industry of central Georgia wan on financial rocks four years ago, due to numerous diseases and insects in juring the orchards, and growers were greatly discouraged. The Department of Agriculture sent Mi% Snapp and a corps o! assistants into the territory, and drastic methods were employed, Hundreds of diseased trees were cut down and burned and a gen- eral cle...

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

Y ftl THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY .... W. R. WATTS Published every Friday and entered •a aecond-clamj matter in the Poatoftlce at Naples, Texas, under act of Oon- drem March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Kates on Application Presidential Possibilities and Impossibilities 111 -James ML Cox. A SQUARE DEAL. How would you feel if some day the firm or individual that gives you employment told you that you were not needed any lon- ger, as he could engage another man, presumably just as good as you, from either Mt. Pleasant or Pittsburg, at a few dollars less per year? What would you say? The oame principle applies to buying at home. Every time you send money out of town and fail to give tbe local merchant an op- portunity of at least showing what he has to sell, you are doing ex- actly the same thing in a different way. Put yourself iu the merch- ant's place, and you will know exactly how it feels. Remember that you are earning y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1923

';akVr.liiUttAl,*>•. -- /.••. li'ili^iBiBr^'fiMiaiiaiMiritfiinn iitt' r k-'/iV ./*£'•-'i.. •".•tt.m* m# -"i!f ' . i. — Secret Adversary b^.AgalhaChristie toWdltwT (Continued from last week) the key. There must he no cliunce 01 anyone entering that room." The gravity of his manner Impressed them, and Tuppence felt less ashamed of her attack of "nerves." "Now, Mtss Tuppence," said Sir James, "you know thU place better than 1 do. Where do you suggest we should take up our quarters?" Tuppence considered for a moment or two. "I think Mrs. Vandemeyer's boudoir would be the most comfortable," shs said at last, and led the way there. Sir James looked round approvingly. "This will do very well, and now, my dear young lady, do go to bed and get soiue sleep." Tuppence shook her head resolutely, "I couldn't, thank you, Sir James. 1 should dream of Mr. Brown all night!" "But you'll be so tired, child." "No, 1 shan't. I'd rather stay up— really." The lawyer gave In, Tuppence related her advent...

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

I _ I ma nun nil JwP ifi£Ww ■ " 1V* , " ' Spf?*" * MB9H ^W, 3®-v; - PERSONALS AND LOCALS Toog Speneeis up from Texarkana this week. Miss Emma Clark is visiting in Omaha this week. Developing and printing of Kodak films by Praytor at Mj. Pleasant. Mrs. Womby Smith and Mrs. Dr. Smith were Omaha visitors one day last week. Elizabeth Corbett of Texarkana is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hazel, in Naples. We have plenty hay wire on hand. Don't lose your hay because of lack of wire. N. M. Roberts & Co. All mail orders amounting to 25c or over, we will pay postage. McCoy Drug Store. Rev. F. G. Callaway of O'Dornnell, Texas, is in Naples visiting his son Norris and other relatives and friends. Left in Postoffice—one lady's parasol. Owner call and describe and pay 30c for this ad and get it, Postmaster. Eugene GiUtnip of Omaha wat- in Naples Saturday. A. P. Woramai k is upending several sveeks in Piano. If you want to make ties, see me. H. J. Vissering. Groceries a specia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1923

W' r. •' ■ ■ ■ i I ■ )t Naples Monitor. VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1923, UNDERWOOD ADROIT IN ENTERING RACE Politicians Concede His Cap- ture of Priority Advantage From McAdoo. DEATH OF HARDING CHANGES OUTLOOK Old Guard, Progressive and Radical Croups Will Fight Control. Waahinglou. D. 0., Aug. 6 — Politicians in the National Cupi tal consider that Senator Under wood, when he loaned hia hat iu- to the democratic presidential ring the other day did no in an extraordinarily adroit fashion. He has become the first openly avowei candidate for the nomina- tion and thus achieves the inesti- mable advantage of priority. It is thought likely that bis chief rival, William Q. McAdoo, will not lag far behind in publicly con fearing bis own ambitions. To date, though the "McAdoo move ment" is in full swing, California's adopted son officially is not in the race. Undoubtedly the surprise in the Underwood manifesto is its un compromising support of prohibi- tion enforcement. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1923

fl: >' • v:: THE BY NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . W. R. WATTS Published fvery Friday and entered ■a H«cond dftBS matter in the Postofflce at N pl(>M, Texan, under act of Con ({reus March 8, 1875). SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH . SIX MONTHS $1.00 BUc Advertising Rates on Application UP TO NAPLES PEOPLE. A town is what its people make it With every natural ail van-' tape a town will not grow unless its people have faith in it, boost it, seek to iniprovo it and con- stantly work to make it a bigger town. Naples people are doing these things for Naples in a splen- did way and results a e being shown. But there always is dan- ger that, we may become satisfied with what has been done and will not make the efforts we should to push the good work on. There can be no let up in city building. If much has been accomplished, theie is greater reason for ac- complishing more. What has been done will help in the effort to make the showing better, and the important thing is to keep the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1923

Secret Adversary tnj.AgafhaChristie (Continued from laat week) r "If yon like." For a while the.v ran on under the trees In elience. It was a beautiful day. The keen rush through the air brought a new exhilaration to' Tup- pence. "Buy, Mls« Tuppence, do you think I'i* ever going to find Jane?" Julius spoke m a discouraged voice. The mood was so alien to lilrn that Tuppence turned and stared at him In surprise. He nodded. "That's so. I'm getting down and out over the business. Sir James te- day hadn't got any hope at all, I could see that. I don't like him—we don't gee together somehow—but he's pretty cute, and I guess he wouldn't quit If there was any chance of success— now, would he?" Tuppence felt rather uncomfortable, but clinging to her belief that Julius also had withheld something from her, she remained firm. "He suggested advertising for the nurse," she reminded him. "Yes, with a forlorn hope' flavor to his voice I No—I'm about fed up. I've half a mind to go back to the State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1923

.y -i' ' PERSONALS AND LOCALS BUSINESS WEN'S MEETING " > GrocerieM h H[H'nalty, we our line 11. B. Moore. J. P. Riohey and Win Apperson were here from Coino yesterday. A. G. Heard and wife were in 8itns, Bowie County, one day last week. Fresh bulk turnip weed, best varieties for fall planting, juat re- ceived at A. J. Davie'. mm. mm sp| Wt I P A. Lewie and family epent Thursday aud Friday of last week with their son Rex. B. Lewi* of Mansfield, La. Mrs. M. N. Heard and little children and Chester Coker and wife have r.etnrned home after a stay at Mot Springs. Derhake's Castor Oil Axle Grease, lib can l()c, 31b bucket 25c at. A. J. Davis'. C. Harrison of Belton came in Tuesday to spend a couple of weeks visiting relatives and friends in and near Naples. P. ,1. Kesseler and family and Annis Kesseler of Tulsa, Okla are spending the week with their mother Mrs. C. A, Kesseler and other relatives in Cass. Wanted-To repair your shoes, fix your broken harness, or line your saddle. JOHN KE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1923

ft \ " I / 2k X ®l)e JtfftpUsi ittonitor. VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1923 NUMBER 17 New Business Enterprise For Naples • • • • • •'itig i?>S 1 The purpose of this new firm will be to serve the people of Naples and surroun- ding territory in a conservative manner, rendering you all the assistance possible. We expect to stay by the farmers to our full limit; we want to help you bear your burdens, ai^d assui3^ you that your busi- ness will be highly appreciated. We extend to eachv and every one a special invitation to makt^pur store your home while in Naples. We will be located in the new busi ness house just completed by Thos. Wal- ker, next door to T. W. Stewart. We are going to buy from the farmers Cotton, Cotton Seed, Corn, and all kinds Country Produce, paying for same /\ ott the highest market price v. 1.1 You will find us with you to the END. We will be in our new quarters ready for Business not later than Sept the first with a complete line of Dry Goods...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1923

. .Mm H® ■1 THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... W. R. WATTS! Published every Friday and entered u Mcond-clMa matter in the Postoflko at Nap).en, Texts, under act of Con great March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . . . SIX MONTHS $UM) 60c Advertising Rates on Application Presidential Possibilities and Impossibilities IV—'Henry Ford. WARREN G. HARDING He has dealers in every city and America is in mourniug for her town in America. president. The sudden and unex- He makes a commodity that al- pected passing of VVarrec G I most everybody use* - men, women Harding which shocked the couu- an(' children. try at the very time when the people felt secure in the assurance that he had passed the crisis of bis late illness brings about a pol- itical upheaval such as any nation must face when it is suddenly de- prived of a chief executive and leader. The structure of the United StatesQovejnment is such that it will function with scarcely a break despite the calamity visit- ed in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1923

iSSI M ■ ,■ v Secret Adversary * b^-AgathaChristie eo^ymonr KWtf-teAp* I« fl WMaRi' iL I 'r' | si i (Continued from lant week) ,TT Bare not, monsieur; I am afratil of them." She turned away, "Wouldn't you do anything to help another girl?" cried Tommy. "She's about your age, too. Won't you saw her from their clutches?" "You mean Jane Finn?" "Yes." "It is "Iter you came" tier# to- look "for? Yes?" "That's It." The girl looked at him, then passed her hand across her forehead. "Jane Finn. Always I hear that name. It Is familiar." Tommy came forward eagerly. "You must know something about her?" But the girl turned away abruptly. "I know nothing—only the name," She walked towards the door. Sud- denly she uttered a cry. Tommy stared. She had caught sight of the picture he had laid against the wall the night before. For a moment lie caught a look of terror In her eyes. As Inexplicably it changed to relief. Then abruptly she went out of the room. Tommy could make nothing of It. Did she fanc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1923

i'l-v ;i i« W: X , ' 'I PERSONALS AND LOCALS W. H. Rand of Sulphur Springs was in Naples yesterday. Groceries a specialty, see our line. H. B. Moore. J. C. Robison of Omuha was a business visitor in Naples Tuesday. Developing and printing of Kodak films by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. Blanche Grant of Dallas is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Roberts, in NapleB. Fresh bulk turnip Beed, best riaveties for fall planting, just re reived at A. J. Davis*. There wi'l be preaching tit the Baptist t'tmrcli Sunday aiut at night. An invitation is extended fo all to attend. Cornett News. Cornett, Aug. 14.- Thert> was BuptlBt church Sun- Unite a crowd at- Mrs. S. P. Lunday left for a week visit with her Miss Florence, who is school in Denton. yesterday (laughter attending EJ Buy wisely—Buy the Host. McCoys Drug Store. — ^f|p Mrs. J. O. Foreman of Dallas was a visitor of Mrs. Olla Moore last week. They visited a sister in Lin- den, Mrs. Rogers, returning with them. T. C. Baker of Qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1923

. • - * * ' '*$" $1)t Naples Jltonitar. ■i , t Wz : ■< fe V OLUME XXXVIII FORD IN RECEPTIVE MOOD PRESIDENCY NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1923 Not Going After Nomination but Would Accept It, Were It Offered. Escanabn, Mich., 18.—Henry Ford laughed today when given a copy of a newspaper containing an Article by Allan Benson, magazine writer, which in plain terms states that Mr. Ford wishes to become President. Mr. Ford did not indicate that he had changed his mind as to the posi- tion he has taken toward the presi dency. He inferred that he was not going after the Presidency, but that like any other human being would be willing to accept the hon- or if it were conferred upon him. LEGION WILL URGE WORLD PEACE PLAN * Officials to Attend Conference of Interallied Veteran#' Federation. Indianapolis, Ind., August 20— An international effort toward world peace on the part of allied world war veterans will be urged by American Legion officials, headed by National Commander Alvin Owsl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1923

BBWR— —**■ NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday . . . . W. R. WATTS Published every Friday and entered •a Mcond-clua mattei- in the Poat office at Naples, Texas under ai t of Con grass March 8,1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS $1.00 60c Advertising Rates on Application Presidential Possibilities and Impossibilities V—Gov. Al. Smith. NAPLES DIRECTORY. LODGES A. F. & A- M. No. 074 meets Thursday night in each month. third W M Martin W. M. ❖ ARE WE TRUE TO OUR MERCHANTS? ov. Al Smith of New York is the position in#* u i"<- ""i""- ■« «* "• natural and iney*'((tile candidate of the Union could aford to ignore re- HOMt (Jov. Al Smith of New York ia the position that if the Empire state of If our merchants and their sales clerks were not a mighty goodnatur- ed bunch of folks, whose f rough edges have been worn down by much "contact with human nature,! they would have reason to get. quite grouchy at times. There are some persons who will go, or send, to more or less distant c...

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