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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 July 1922

m "iff'®EI M I I ■ JrV ■ I I I 1 J VOLUME XXXVII HOW THEY ARE _4 __ NAPLES, TEXAS, FRJ DAY, JULY 28, 1922 NOW LINED UP Senator Culberson, apparently defeated for re-nomination in the primary of last Saturday, sent a telegram to his campaign manager saying he would take no part in the run-off and that his friends should exercise their own judgement as to whom they should support. Senator Culberson's statement was the first public comment on the primary and was said by his friends to be virtually a consession of de- feat. The telegram, sent to Judge Barry Miller of Dallas, said: "I thank you for your telegram. It is beyond my power to express the deep gratitude I feel for the very fine and unselfish work you did for me during the campaign. I ap- preciate it with all my heart. While 1 shall take no part in the second primary myself, I feel like my friends, as a matter of course should exercise their own judgment as to whom they should support." Love to Support Mayfield Thomas B. Love, ...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 July 1922

THE NAPLES MONITOR operative marketing associations of Published Every Friduy ihe South are organized. W. K. WATTS As one agricultural leader said to j i'ublibhcd every Friday and entered ^ Denmark. s aecond-clash matter in the Pcmtofflee "You must make your American ut Naples, Texas, under act of Con- farmers resolve on the compulsory grabs March 3, 1879. teatare in the very beginning. SUBSCRIPTION ilreat a« are the advantages of eo- UNE ^-EAK .... $1.00 operation in Denmark, our farmers SIX MONTHS • ^ j would nevertheless have failed in a Advertising Rates on Application great measure- -just as the German | farmers would also have failed- - if we had not had the compulsory BIG DEALS IN SCOTCH LANDS uv If mmk The Wrong Lever. A signal man in New York pulled the wrong lever and sent a passenger train over the wrong track—and about thirty are dead. The poor signal man is proBtrated and for him there will never be another happy hour on earth He didn't intend to do the bloody deed, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 July 1922

s~" Wwm PERSONALS AND LOCALS I'M ItooKor 1 i citv Saturday. >f Omaha was in our Miwa Ennadint* Walla it) visiting; in Queen City. J. E. Davis of Omaha was in Naples Wednesday. Oswald C. Freeman was over from Rocky Branch Tuesday. Mt. jnnie Lawhon ami wife were in Pleasant Sunday. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Subject to tile Action of tht* Democrat- ic Primary, July 22, 1922. Hemstitching and yard. Call or see Lois Kufus Taylor his sister in NapU pecoting 10c Harwell. if Omaha visited s Saturday night, Mellie Wright made i trip to Texarkana Monday. buainei Buel Wright of Omaha was the streets of Naples yesterday. <•!> Lewis P. Hicks of Magnolia has been visiting relatives near Naples. The Ice, Light and Power Plant will pay 4 cents for oat and bran sacks. Clay Creekmore of Texarkana is visiting Ivan and Cleatus Dycus in our city. Mrs. Lizzie Wommack of Marietta is visiting her son J. A. Wommack near Naples. S. A. Harwell and Tom Walker made a business trip to Dainger- fleld Tuesday. For c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 August 1922

I VOLUME XXXV11 11 d .A tss t '• C ','4' ■ BFw ' ' A ' Sjj ™ • a ft NAPLES, TEXAS, FRfDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922 5 i #->>■■■•■%::■■:■■■■>■■ wis wtiSKft •"*." ""i"" RAIL EXECUTIVES REJECT HARDING'S PEACE PROPOSALS Term Acceptance Breach of Faith With Men Who Took Jobs of Strikers NOTE PROPOSES CAN- ROADS CAN NOT AFFORD TO COMPROMISE Seniority a Red Flog. Says Government Interference May Cause More Serious Suite. Acceptance Might Cause Wholesale Strikes. New York, Aug. 1.(By the Asho-: during the short period during ciated Press.) Railway executives which the president's proposal was of the nation today lirntly but. cour- under active discussion was h.>w teously rejected the program ad-! emphatically the reply rejecting his vanced by the Harding administra-, plan should be worded. tion for settlement, of the rail strike, j In the balloting each road was Willing to accept conditionally i given one vote for each 1,000 miles two suggestions put forward by the of track it operated. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 August 1922

C*- If 3000I ■ K'-*v V- . i Pf.' mm the Naples monitor 32 YEARS A VICTOR IHiblished Kvcrv Friday CULBERSON LOSES W. R. WATTS Published every Friday and entered nB second-class matter in the PoBtoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gresH March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Rates on Application It would not require much effort to make Naples a town that we would be proud of. A few hours of cleaning up around a place often brings about surprisingly gratifying improvement in its appearance and attractiveness. What a fine thing it would be if every one in Naples would do everything possible to beautify the town. Ila Held Office Continually Since l'i(5t Election 111 Health Caused Deleat. Commenting upon the Texas primaiy a writer in the Washington, Annual Meeting at Spring Hill Cemetary. All interested in Spring Hill Cemetery are invited to meet at Spring Hill Church Wednesday Aug. 9th .All the committee are especial- ly requested to be pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 August 1922

* NEGRO LYNCHED AFTER QUARREL ABOUT TIN CUP FOUGHT WITH FOREMAN OF HOPE PAVING JOB BOTH FINED. IS TAKEN I'ROM A TRAIN Negro Started for Texarkana, But Was Intercepted by Mob at Guernsey. Hp -4 John Went. negro, of Kmporia, Kansas, an employee of the Call Paving company, doing stroet work at Hope Ark., was lynched yesterday afternoon near Guernsey, four miles southwest of Hope, the lynching being the outgrowth of a quarrel over a tin drinking cup between West and Henry Worthington, a white foreman of the paving com- pany. Following the quarrel between the negro and the foreman, both were arrested and fined in the Hope police court, and West boarded a Missouri Pacific passenger train en- route to Texarkana. He was taken from this train at Guernsey by a mob of about 100 men, carried a short distance from the station and shot to death, Eight or nine bullets entered his body. It is saiti that the mob was composed partly of men who went to Guernsey who had been advised that a lynching was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 August 1922

Cornett News. Mrs. Lola Heard, who had been | in Dallas attending the style show and buying merchandise for tin M. N. Heard store returned honn Wednesday and they are receiving and o|K-nHig up new goods daily. Rev. J. A. Williams of Mt. Pleas- ant was in Naples Mondav PERSONALS AND LOCALS lemstitching and I .ois Harwell M'cotinK lephoiu Dallas J. E. Sanderson has gone I to work. call or Linden was in oonaanc J. H. Kesselev of Naples Wednesilay. Hemstitching And pecoting 10c yard. Call or see Lois Harwell. Miss Elizabeth Cannichael of At- lanta is visiting relatives in Naples. The Ice, Light and Power Plant will pay 4 cents for oat and bran sacks. E. W. Guantt, who is working in Commerce, was home a few days this week. J. G. Watson and family are here from Texarkana and will remain some time with relatives. Huford Kiggs el' Texarkana is visiting a few days this week with his aunt Mrs. L. L. Truitt. Mrs. Lee Franklin is home after spending a couple of months with her brother Joe McDow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 August 1922

ittonitor. VOLUME XXXVII MINERS GET ORDERS TO RETURN TO WORK Old Wage Agreement That Expired in March is Renewed. Begun Mining Yesterday. Chicago, 111., Aug. 22.—Soft coal operators and miners in two more States made peace today while anthracite operators and miners' representatives meeting in Philadel- phia adjourned a joint conference subject to call without reaching an agreement. Illinois and Indiana miners pre- pared tonight to enter the pits to- morrow, following the lead of Mich- igan, Iowa and Wyoming miners, who yesterday concluded agree- ments with operators from these States, Southwestern operators and miners were holding conferences at Kansas City in an effort to bring about a settlement. The peace negotiations already completed caused the Department of Labor to estimate the weekly bituminous coal production at 9,000,- 000 tons within a week. Bated on Clntlthd Pact. All the agreements thus far con- cluded in the bituminous industry have been based on the settlement at Cle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 August 1922

THE BY NAPLES MONITOR Pubhahed Every Friday . . . W. R. WATTS Published every Friduy utid entered .n Be jond class matter in the Postoffice at Naples, Texas, undei act of Con- gress March 3, 187t>. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH .... $1.001 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Hates on Application LOOKS. Abilene Reporter: The papers and magazines are full of pictures of men who "look like Abraham Lin- coln." Yes, indeed: and Mud Hill has a close resemblance to Mount Everest. Well, it's a human falling. It's a great deal easier to be like than to be. Being like is seeming and seem ing satisfies the superficial. Look- ing like Abraham Lincoln costs something, perhaps, but not much. You have to be born with some of the outward characteristics of the man and attend to little matters like hair and dress and whiskers. Then you can get stared at and get your name in the public prints. But you probably could do that if you walked on your hands on your way to the office, or wherever your job happens to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 August 1922

:' /' . , IDEAL AS FISHING COMPANION ■ ll|w,8 Dleclplca of iii.*k Walton Will Agree With Opinion of Writer In E4st- •en Publication. It doesn't do to tako pulttltt* too ssrlously. Some thluk tlierr has beeu too much taking things seriously lu politics. Some thluk there liu.i beeu too much taking uf all kinds lu politics. They Nay there ure still men lu some agreeubly remote regions mill veiling for Andrew Jackson; and If that Is bo we'd like to take a few weeks' rest there. We used to go ttshlng with Phlu Klbbtf up lu the Berkshire)), aud he was oue 01' the most auiluhle political conversationalist* (If you like the word) we ever kuew. Ue was auiluhle because ho never disagreed. Ue never disagreed because he rarely spoke at all. He wus a good flsheruiun. Some- times we went after pickerel, drifting along the edges of the Illy pads from the stern of a leaky and teinperumeu- tai but very homelike and fishy-smell- ing boat. After dark we sometimes sat In the sauie boat, the flsli being...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 August 1922

-fi'j fe' B-ifS HK ,r A , wff' hi ■mik WW*" HkarW jn|p Klil: mmi mty PERSONALS AND LOCALS TELL US Do you wish to read all the news? Are you interested in the local happenings and the com- ming and going of your friends? Your neighbors are interested in your visits and those who visit you. We want to print all the news. Telephone us anything you know. Our tele- phone No. is 114. J.E. Davis of Omaha was on our streets yesterday. The Ice, Light and Power Plant will pay 4 cents tor out and bran ! Hacks. Mrs Thelnia Jenkins of Neodesha, 1 Kans., is visiting her parents. J. B. | Watts and wife. R. H. Ratnage of Omaha was shaking hands with the voters i>n our streets yesterday. — - -- Mrs. Lois Martin of Commerce is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hampton in Naples. W. P. Russell, living west of town is having his house remodeled and his place otherwise improved. Mrs. Edna Lassater of Mt. Pleas- ant has been visiting in Naples sev- eral days. She will return today. Misses Faye and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 September 1922

- Jtfaple VOLUME XXXVII TEXAS RANGERS RENEW THEIR DARING DEEDS Cattle Thieves, Mexican Bad Men and Moonshiners Provide Work for Fearless Band. .A -.1 n v NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922 _ CONFIRMS SALE OF M., D. & G. RAILWAY To Thk deunqirttw-r Tax Payers Of Morris O-i'nty: NUMBEE COTTON BELT WILL spent By W. C. Hornaday, in Washington, I). C., Post John Humphries, a well-to-do white farmer who lived in what is known as the cross timber region of east Texas, and his son were tak- en out by a mob of their white neighbors one night and lynched for alleged theft of a hog. The local authorities did nothing to bring the perpetrators of this double crime to justice. Capt. Hill McDonald, of the Texas Rangers, was detailed by the gov- ernor to discover the identify of the men who did the lynching and place them under arrest. He went alone into the isolated community and for several weeks visited around among the farmers, picking up a clew here and there until he filially obtain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 September 1922

1 NAPLES MONITOR en hy ('apt. John l\. llught Published Every Kriday i^t out alone to run down t\ BY .... W. H. WATTS J pcradoes who hud stolen u d Publish**! every Friday and entered 1 borses from a ranch neai Ait second-el hm matter ilk the Postofflce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con gress March 3, 1879. ihe ti ,1 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Capt. H more than >>0o miles in (he i winter and finally located I an isolated camp in the if the state. He tot part prim Advertising Rates on Application TEXAS RANGERS RENEW DEEDS Continued from first page. can shoot straight, and wheiever a scene of danger is, there they are ready to brave it. It was due en- tirely to the efforts of the rangers that the notorious Big Bend region op the upper Rio Grande was cleared of its hundred criminal refugees who made that their rendezvous in defiance of all efforts of the local and State authorities to dislodge them. Captains Choose Own Men. The rangers are a nonpartisan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 September 1922

nnP/\/Wlljri-11T /\rfcn # IVTinn by-laws are the following A refer- S I (H KMKN flKKAfJI/F endumvntoof members may be U I VVlllTIJLlil l/lVl|JrIlll£jlj called, no director Hhall wrvis a« manuRcr, wtleHtimn or employe, no H/V k nVTTIlTr A rritrv director Hlmll receive pay except a MARKETING AGENCY km: the company shall pay 60c a car to e , . r C. the National IJve Stock Producers' rirst Company or its Rind boilth oi bt. j Association; the fiscal year from T , . r it* i ',an- 1 to Dec. SI, and that members Louis is rormed. Headquar- ters in Fort Worth. i i m '■''rSlifeS" •* W'' J I Fort Worth, Texas, Aug. 25.-- Organization of the first co-opera - tive live stock commission company south of St. Louis was effected here Tuesday at a melting of. directors of the Cattle Raisers and Producers' Commission Company. The meeting was held in the Longhorn Room of the Texas Hotel and was attended by twenty-two of th<* thirty-three directors of the company. Among those present were Cyrus B. Luc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 September 1922

/ J- ■ - m-i PERSONALS AND LOCALS TELL US C. E. Kobiaon was y nut entity. IvPHd Hrownltn i >;iing«rfielii - - Add. Conley Heut' 01 Mt. Pleasant visit- I rel tivc in Napltw last week. >f Miwi Jt-woll vUititig relative* city. Do you wish to read all the news? Are you interested in local happenings and the com- ming and going of your friends? Your neighbors are interested in your visits and those who visit you. We want to print all the news. Telephone us anything you know. Our tele- phone No. is 114. Miss Myrl Sanderson is visiting in Dallas. lVl*- of I •allati in a) id friends in our Mr. and Mrs. Will Allen and son Omaha were in Naples Tuesday. I Miss Krtle the city, the guest of Mrs. 1. M. Wot- nieree. son. Miss Sara Ann Hess of Pittiburg J. C. Heard of Daingerfield was who visited Mrs. C. C. Davis a couple Miss Florrie Heard has returned Hill is visiting in out from an extended visit in Oom- J. T. Barker of Texarkana was here Sunday night. C. E. Robison was in Texarkana on bus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1922

I ' STEAM ROLLER FORCES PEACE OPENING DAY Culberson Praised For Public Service. Resolution by Benton McMillin Unanimously Adopted. Millin read the resolution in behalf of the State Executive Committee. Its praise of Senator Culberson was received with wild applause. Many stood and waved their hats while women signified their ap- proval by waving handkerchiefs. The resolution as read by Mr. Mc- Millin was as follows: Disputing the cynical adage that VOLUME XXXVII Millin NAPLES, TEXAS, FR h San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 5.—It was 11:85 when State Chairman Frank C. Davis, today called the Democratic convention to order, and within a few minutes thereafter the body was in full swing, and by 1 o'clock all preliminaries had been settled. There was a brief after- noon session, and adjournment was taken until 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. A steam roller operated, but it was in the interest of harmony. Some thought the klan behind it, but supposedly anti-klan men were steering the machine. Howev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1922

-r > banlwatjb two chicago & alton uty marshals GRASS-CLAD MAIDENS IN SOUTH SEAS ALL RIGHT, BUT NOT FOR MR. BENSON NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday W. U. WATTS A Large Number Pubhuhud overy Friday and entered an Becond-clusH matter in the Poatoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Cori Kress M'irch 8. 1879. Receivers Appointed hicngu on Petition ot lexait Company. ,H Of Auto Holdup* (i Dallas-Fort rth Pike. WU business business Of the most successful men in this country do with th< should vtuu 1.' 1 tit m. fesil $9;.;• '• I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH . SIX MONTHS thlngw* which UK n other .^hake your«t! Loosen up a Throw back j hold up your I Take an :nt ! are passing. Get sparkle in your eyes, snap in | your ftotioiitt «tn«l vigor in your The man or woman who will ma- muscles. liciousy maim and torture a dumb | Do not be content to just jog. creature is no friend of mine, for along. nine times out of ten he or she You may think you can get out Advertising Kates on Applicati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1922

jjp 'V • 'YOU'LL BETTY," CRIES CONDEMNED BOY Then Sinilt-R, A ki Fur llii To Be Bruslier Back, Mud l> Huug. II it ir HNTIIRACITE STRIKE BECOMES HISTORY TEXAS COTTON CROP REDUCED 10 PER CENT NAPLES DIRECTORY. KILLS MM IN PLANO ■ Committee of Mine Work- er* Ratifies Settlement Plan. Atlanta, Sept. 1. With a smile on Scale his lips as the black cap was being; adjusted preparatory to springing the trap under him, Frank B. Du- pree, 19-year-ol«l ' I'each Tree ban- dit," paid the death penalty at the ' hiladelphu, I a., Sept. H.- De- Fulton County jail here today for! c'lurin* that the anthracite peace the murder on December 15 last of |,lan 8ubl i(t«-'' *>y Senator Pepper Saturday "wilj be I ATE DEPARTMENT FIGURES PRE- DICT THE PRODUCTION OF 2,462,400 BALES. DRY WEASHER THE CAUSE Only Minor Damage is Caused by Boll Weevil and Leaf Worms; Fifth of Bale an Acre. Irby 0. Walker, private detective The trap was sprung at and sixteen minutes later the youth was pronounced dead. The youth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1922

PERSONALS AND LOCALS TELL US Do you wish to read all the news? Are you interested, in the local happenings and the com- ming and going of your friends? Your neighbors are interested in your visits and those who visit you. We want to print all the news. Telephone us anything you know. Our tele- phone No. is 114. Miss Lena Lunday left yesterday j'or Texarkana to attend achool. Mrs. J. C. Walker visited in Tex- arkana several days of Inst week. For Hemstitching and pecoting call or sefi Lois Harwell. Telephone 166. Rosco JenkinB came In fr<yn Sap- ulpa, Okla., and will spend several days visiting. See me before you sell your cotton seed. I will pay the highest market price. Sam Robison M. Gallaway is in Dallas this week Bob GibBon is business. in Cookville SSSsbs ® '' S on M. Smith and wife, who have been touring TexaB in their car, return- ed Saturday evening. They report a pleasant trip. The Baptist protracted meeting closed Wednesday night. There were five accessions to the churc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 September 1922

Slje JVaplcs itlonitor. Exmamm VOLUME XXXVIt M'ADOO SAYS HE IS NOT A CANDIDATE Report He Seeks Presidential Nomination "Pure Bunk," He Declares. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922 NUMBER Idaho Falls, Sept. 9,- William G. McAdoo, former Secretary of the Treasury, Friday characterized as "pure bunk" a recent press report from New York in which William C. Lyons of Denver, Colo,, said Mr. McAdoo had told him that he would he a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1(J24. Mr. McAdoo was interviewed by a representative of the Idaho Falls PoBt aboard a log raft. "The McAdoo Special," upon which he and a party of friends are making a ten-day journey down the South Fork of the Snake River, spending their time hunting and fishing. "There is nothing further from my mind than a return to public life," Mr. McAdoo told the news- paper man as the raft was float- ing down the river at a point near Sulphur Bar. "My change of residence to Cali- fornia was intended to remove m...

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