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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1923

I ♦ I Secret Adversary I * bJJ-AgathaChristie : ccpy ai©Hr •u&urtupf (Continued from last week) was utterly Mld-TTlooded and seinsri, And he would be delighted If he never saw her again I And It wa« a rotten world! Julius' voice broke In on these medi- tations. "Tea, we ought to gee akmg to- gether very well. I've heart that a girl always refuaes you once—a aort of convention." Tommy caught hlg arm. "Refuse? Did you say refuse?" "Sure thing. Didn't I tell you that? She Just rapped out a 'no' without any hind of reason to It. But she'll 00111 e round right enough. Likely enough, 1 hustled her some—" But Tommy Interrupted regardless of decorum. "What did she say In that note?" he demanded fiercely. The obliging Julius handed It to hlrn. The note, In Tuppence'# well-known schoolboy writing, run as follows: "Dear Julius: "It's always better to have things In black and white. I don't feel I can be bothered to think of marriage until Tommy la found. Let's leave It till then. "Yours af...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1923

i'&'.'V,' Bfe 5S®, - 4 $'■ ' IHkwK?#," ■ ■ K ■■hi PERSONALS AND LOCALS . Dr. Clements Dentist work rubi anteed. with Frank Hines spent Sunday friends in Texarkana. ___________ A. G. Heard and wife were Texar- kana visitors one day last week Developing and printing of Kodak films by Praytor at Mt. Pleasant Frank Hines made a business trip to I'ittsburi? last Friday. Have Dr. Clements tlx that ing tooth when lie is here. Kev. C. E. Garrett of Linden was in Naples a few hours Monday; Buy wisely—Buy the Heat. McCoys Drujr Store. Don Johnson was over Wednes- day from Maud, visiting his mother. METHODIST NEWS Our Sunday School needs boost- ing this hot weather. The last ach- two or three Sundays there has been :i falling olT. Where are these pupils on Sunday, at the lake? Why should parents of the church be so lax as to permit Sunday to be useu as a picnic day. The people who are very free to violate God's Holy Sabath will doubtless have more temptation t- violate the laws of the stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 August 1923

m ■ ■: V; ' I m m I , ,41 I MS:' ®lic JJapleB Ittonitor. / r j m ' VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1923 i:I'WORTH l.KACUE PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CI.UB. Song • True-hearted Whole-heart- Mrs. L. D. Floyd entertained ed. Wednesday Bridge Club of this Prayer i week. Mrs. C. E. Coker making Song—Onward Christian Soldiers. Scripture lesson- John XV 1-8, Cieatus Dyeun. The lesson of the vino. Myrtle Watson. Rally day thoughts,! Velnia Wright. Some fruits to expect, Mary Elizabeth Whatley. I'iano Solo, Lovelle Hampton. Quartette — Glynn McMichael, Ludelle Kobison, Wendell Smith Ivan Dycus. Reading,—Oletta Hampton. Quartette—- Messrs Heard and Grimes. Business Meeting. League Benediction. BELIEVES IN NAPLES A few months ago "Uncle Ham" Davis bought a second hand Ford. Me also bought some lots in Vine Hill division of Mt. Pleasant. Last week he traded the whole outfit for what is known as the Harve Wilson property in Naples consisting of a house and an acre of land. Thus ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 August 1923

DIRECTORY. NAPL.ES NAPLES MONITOR Published Kvery Friday IW. R. WATTS Presidential Possibilities and Impossibilities LODGES A. F. ft A' M. No. 074 meets Thursday night in each month Published evury Friday and entered mi second-class matter in the Postoflice «t N/ijiIph, Texas, undot act of t'on Krec.s March It. 187'' Martin W. M. siiBSCRirnoN ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS VI—John W. Davis. Advertising Rates on Application WHAT WEARS OUT PRESIDENTS What is it that wears out presi- dents of normal vigor, in times that iP|; ' mk w w I are anywhere near normal? not the big things; for the men elected are usually big enough to hnndle them, and any good mind, in an emergency can rise to the occasion, It is the little things and the little men. It is chiefly the horde of citizens who want jobs for themselves and their friends, and who hound any tolerant president beyond the limits of human endur- ance about petty appointments that ought to be made automatically on merit or by some routine system con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 August 1923

I I !V- i ^llw YOUNG MAN lake our advice and have your next Suit made to your own meatiure. It dueun't cost you a penny more and you are sure of something *hat fits well and look well. There's a lot of satisfactian, too, in being able to say, "This Suit was made for me-" ■ • We have a lot of beauties from $30 to $40 MAY WE SERVE YOU? R. M. Giles Tailoring Co. NAPLES AND OMAHA Secret Adversary bf AgalhaChristie coPyftiftMt •ewantAP ******* (C'ontinueil from lust wool:) be btt'jtt ln"Evvo slitfixt'3* v>r*u (Iog s tall, und I'll tote you up to London und give you tlie time Of your youtis life before we so back to the States! I wean It—so hurry up ami get well." In the street they held un Informal council of war. Sir Juiuea had drawn a watch from his ticket. "The boat train to Holyhead «t«ps at Chester at 12:14. If you start at once I think you can catch the connection. I wish I could come with you. I am due to speak at a meeting at two o'clock. It la unfortunate." The reluctance In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 August 1923

, , iallffB .. mmm,. ■■. ■ ' I PERSONALS AND LOCALS „ Look for Dr. Clements Dentist; , Attend choir practice at the Bap- ,, , , , i, ... , Mins lii-ssit; Mao Wortham visited I >i. t lements went 1st work guar- in Darden several days. anteed. Bill Myers of Denton was a w«'< end visitor in Naples. Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. . ,, , Mrs. L. D. Floyd and N. W. Floyd Hay t ies $1.25 bundle as Ion* n*jmotom, to Shreveport one day last ment stock lusts. It. .1. Moyd. I week. U. E. Clark and family of Antlers Okla., are visiting relatives in Nap- les. Buy wisely Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Sti Grocer ie tint church tonight. Have Dr. Clements fix that ach- ing tooth when he in here Hay ties $1.25 bundle aa long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Method of keeping hootch out of politics. First keep "it out of polit- icians. i a specialty, see our line. Mrs. Chas. Grant of Dallas and H.B.Moore. ' her mother, Mr. N. M. Roberts, visited in Pittsburg l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1923

.. • *1 J$$V- 1: fc, ipS-v- dtru S|k VOLUME XXXVIII •y-'\ : t B r* B\tr '•' ;X ,4't- HALLELUJAH! All the news on the subject in- dicates a satisfactory conclusion to the protracted term of prohibition required of Mexico before the ac- cording of American recognition. It appears that the report of Com- missioners Warren and Payne has been well received at the state de- partment, and at the White House and that recognition will be accorded within a few days. If the results of the conferences have been as satisfactory as they are thought to be, affairs on both sides of the Rio Grande wdl be much happier than ■ they have been. All credit should be given to Messrs. Warren and Payne for their apparent success in carrying out the wishes of a presi- dent whose ambition in this as in other matters was to eliminate dis- cord and create "Understanding." L. L. JACKSON, M. D. Obstetrics and Diseases of Children Special attention to chronic Dis- eases of Men and Women by means of Electric-Theropy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1923

■ 'frt . ft- w BSEBrK' £ : • THE NAPLES MONITOR Fublinhed Every Friday l!Y .... W. K. WATTS l'ublinhed every Friday ur.d entered mm Hecon<i-ctuB mutter in the I'oBtofUce at Nuplet, Texas, under act of Con- grcBB Murch 3, 187t . SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Kates on Application FROM COAST TO COAST When an army flier made the dis- tance from the Atlantic t< the l'a- ciftc in one hop, taking only a little more than a day, and when another beginning as the sun rose over Long Island failed of landing beside the Pacific before sundown of the same day .only because of a minor acci- dent a few hundred miles from his goal, the question of bringing New York and San Francisco into sub- stantially 24 hours of each other was definitely and finally settled. A daily mail between New York and San Francisco, arriving only a- bout a day later, will be worth all it costs to the business interest of| the country. It will be worth the vast outlay for 500,000,000 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1923

i /■,' 9 ■ *■ —- : : W | Rocky Branch Items. The ruin which hua fallen here recently was very acceptable. It will he so mo help to certain crops and will enable people to plunt fall Hardens. We are, uh a rule, care- 1«M8 about planting in the fall, but it Hi'Him to the writer that there are a number of vegetables besides turnips that we might raise through the fall and winter that would greatly assist us in cutting down the cost of living. A. J. Wright, of Cleburne, was here last week visiting his brothers Daniel and Nat and other relatives. While here he looked after certain busintss interests. Jack Wright departed for Dallas last Wednesday where he will visit his sister, Mrs. Raines. He also has employment there. O. 1 >. Tigert's sister and husband (we failed to get the name) of Den- ton County, visited here Saturday and Sunday, They returned home Monday accompanied by Mrs. Sula Bealrd and children, who goto Den- ton County to make their home, . Kev. Shaddix tilled his regular ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1923

/ ,.77'-trU^d®^IU v^/1' :i'.. ft ®Mk mi l}t.':Y ' ' 8® -'i Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies PERSONALS AND LOCALS See A.J. Davis for syrup buckets and sur |$ip| Have you planted your fall gar- den? New line of school hose at A. J. Davis. 0. A. Walls was in Dallas on business one day last week. Hay ties $1.26 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. To the people-tif Naples rounding Country: The Civic League wishes every one in and near Naples to display any thing they can that will be of in- terest in the Agricultural and Flower Show, which will be held in NapleB November 14 and 15. You are in- vited to enter for any of the con- tests. Come and enter your Agri- cultural products, Flowers and all other contest s. Will not cost you any thing to enter and you may carry away some of the prizes. Mrs. A. B. Callaway, President Civic League. Boy's school hose at A. J. Davis. S. M. Mathews and wife say they just have to spend Saturday anil Sunday in Naples. Marion rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 September 1923

Monitor. ** mm VOLUME XXXV1I1 TWO PRISONERS SHOT BATTLING WITH OFFICERS NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1923 Dallas Postoffice Robber Killed—Pete Welt Wounded. Dallas, Sept. 20.—Deputy Slier iff Willis Champion, uight jailer, died late tonight from wounds received iu a pitched battle at Ilie Dalian county jail between oflicers and two prisoners, one ot whom was shot dead, the other seriously wounded. C. K. Gaines, sentenced to death following trial in Judge C A. Pip- pen's criminal district court on charges of participating in the Jackson street postottice robbery over two years ago, was killed. Fete Welk, sentenced to serve 40 years in the penitentiary fol- lowing trial iu Judge Pippeu's court on charges of complicity iu a shooting near Garland last win- ter was perhaps fatally wounded. it was a pitched battle with deputy sheriffs on the sixth floor of the jail. Officers declare tliey have no idea how Gaines and Welk ob- tained possession of the pistols wilh which they opened ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 September 1923

:■* THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday JtY . . . . VV. R. WATTS I*ublii hod wt'ry Friday und entered tilt noconil I'luttu mutter in the Potitoflice ut Naidett, Texas, under uct of Con- v'reua March 3, 1879. SUHSCK1PTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 HIX MONTHS ... 60c JOHNSON LAMBASTED BY A FORMER FRIEND Senator Moses Says Mis Person- al Ambitions May injure Party. NAPLES DIRECTORY. •*•*•*— Piss Advertising Hutes on Application THE COTTON MARKETS. Last week we said: "Cotton in Naples has passed the 31c mark The buyers here always pay more than at any other place around here." On Thursday^ Sept. 19, the buyers at Naples were paying 30 to 31c for cotton. The Omaha Breeze, published on Thursday, Sept. 19., gives the price for Wednesday 28 to 29.75. The Morris County News, pub- lished at Daingerfield on Friday, Sept. 20, gives the price paid there on Thursday 274 to 28c. The Jefferson Jimplecute, publish- ed Thursday, Sept. 19, says: "Price paid today 27jc" The Pittsburg Gazette, published...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 September 1923

SEASONABLE POULTRY WORK Mian Myrtle Murray, Poultry Specialist, Extension Service, A. and M. College of Texan. ReirardloM of how highly a Hock of Hlarulaid-bred birda have been bred for egg production there will be at leust a few culls that should be eliminated each year. In the (Kicks where little or no culling has been done about a third of the flock can usually be culled without de- crease of egg production. However, the general care and feed of the flock should be taken into consideration. A hen is aitnply a factory that manufactures raw material into eggs. We would not expect to send corn to a cotton gin have it made into bales and eventu- ally into cotton cloth. Yet occa- sionally we hear the remark, "I feed my hens all the corn they want. I do not understand why they do not lay." A hen must have material to make these parts of an egg—shell, yolk and white. She may have the material to make two parts, but if she does not have the material to make the third part of the egg she ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 September 1923

mmm & COMPANY Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies PERSONALS AND LOCALS See A. J. Davis for syrup buckets For the best pictures couio to Mt. Pleasant ami let W. B. Pray tor make you some now. Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Donald Kennedy, who is work- ing for the Express Co. in Louis iana, is at homo this week. ■ i. v.* Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Misses Eleanor McMichael and Bessie Stewart left Wednesday night for Dallas, where they will attend S. M. U. One hundred pounds of cotton seed is good for one hundred pounds of cotton seed meal here. Sam Robison. COTTON REPORT Number of bales of cotton re- ceived in Naples up to yesterday 1839. Price paid 27 to 28c. Hay ties $1.25 bundle aB long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Mr. Renick of Dallas came to Naples Tuesday afternoon and was entertained that evening by C. E. Coker and lady. He return* ed on the midnight train. Just received, fresh lot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 October 1923

JOaole VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER ai.ww" ii"'. ■***"" BODY OF 0TT1S BALLARD FOUND 1 wf' MSfr : iJ Mention whs made in the Mon- . itnr last week of tlw diauppfiaraDce of Otia Ballard at Mt. Pleasant and the evidence found where he was last accounted for, leading to the supposition be had been niur tiered. This {aupposition proved true, us his body was found Fri day afternoon iu Cypress creek, about six miles from Mt. Pleasant. There has been about a dozen persons arrested as being con ncc'ed with the lulling. The officers had been working on the case from Tuesday ntoru iug, and had made some arrests and were watching the movements of others suspected of at least having some knowledge of the disappearance of young Ballard. The following account of the lluding of the body is from the Times Review of Mt. Pleasaut: It was discovered about 2:30 o'clock by W. C. Poag, C. E. Fielder and Bob Cress, who were members of the general searching party leaving town at 1:45. This ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 October 1923

' J 8H8E rSW ™ ss^., HMs :f J . As"' --• KEgte JT? MHwwwfcl! Efcfi R /■ 'v-.Hw" v.'; B®§, |r.v pfl' &*-• •, . iSfe THE HY NAPLES MONITOR I'ubliuhud Every Friday . . . . W R. WATTS I *ubl lulled every Friday and entered mi second-class matter in the Poatottice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- K'reaa March • , 18711. MEMORIAL TO HARDING DISCUSSED IN CABINET Petit and Grand Jury List. Jurors for the tall term of ilia triet court beginning Oct, 2~s grand jurors SUHSCItlVTlON ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS Advertising Kates on Application Chairman Durbiu's History The Democratic Party. of 79 tag? Mr. W. \V. Durbiu, Chniimau of the Democratic Stales Executive Committee, of Ohio, ham produced a piece of valuable political liter- ature in a pamphlet entitled, "A History of the Origin, Principles aud Purposes of the Democratic Party." Among historical l'acts he makes clear are that the plau ot the C«u- Ntitution of the Uuited States which was adopted was proposed by James Madison, a Democrat, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 October 1923

CANDIDATES CLAIM IT A GAME OF FREEZE OUT Cluim Made That Coolidge's 1 rienda Try to Foredall Other Candidates. . ' .... f-JfjP Washington, 1). C., Sept. 30.— Murmurs of discontent are heard with reference to the alleged ten. deucy of the Coolidge people to close the race against any other contender*. One of the lenders here has said that ho believed it a inistake to have the present ad- ministration'receive committees for delegates at this stage of the proceedings and give the impres- sion that is unethical for any one else to announce u candidacy. \Vou|d-he candidates are holding hack iu deference to President Ooolnlge because the lattei has uot yet had nu opportunity of ad dressing Congress aud announcing his legislative program, which, of course, is his platform for the nomination campaign. Some of the friends of the rival candidates are crying out that the race is he iug closed against them and that a nomination "dictated by the White IIouBe" is not an expres- sion of the fiee w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 October 1923

& ROBERTS COMPANY Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies . ' * . , ' ■ PERSONALS AND LOCALS Mrs. J. D. Springs, Ark. Rollings is in Hot Hay ties $1.26 bundle a* long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ellis of Omaha visited in Naples this week. B§k Groceries a specialty, see our line. H. B. Moore. Mrs. W. D. Berry is in Pittsburg visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gaynelle Rogers. Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. W. L. Gauntt of Omaha gave the Monitor a valuable call one day last week. R. L. Whitener, Jr., and wife of Cisco are visiting in Naples. Hay ties $1.2f> bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. L. L. Truitt was a business visit- or in Daingerfleld one day last week. Mrs. C. A. Robison and daughter. Miss Francis, were visiting relatives in Omaha last Saturday. For the bent pictures coine to Mt. Pleasant ami let W. B. Pray tor make you some now. A, G. Ferguson, of the Mt. Pleasant Marble and Granite works, was in Naples Tuesday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1923

m "•■. -i i VOLUME XXXVIII Monitor. $$ ■ IS* CLEM GRAY'S TRIAL IS TO BEGIN TODAY Called Thursday But Postponed One Day. ■ V | The special session of District court which had been called to con vene in Mt. Pleasant to try Clenie Cray for Che murder of Otis Mal- lard. wan opened yeBtrdny morning, but on account of Gray not having secured ! councel Judge Wilkinson appointed John MyerB of Mt. Pleas- iint and C. E. Florence of Gilmer to to represent him and adjourned court until 10 o'clock this morning in order to give Gray's attorneys time to prepare their case State Hangers are in attendance at the trial. OKLAHOMA HOUSE ORDERS INQUIRY Governor's Message Ignored McBee Speaker. The Oklahoma legislature met yesterday in answer lo a call is- sued by Gov. Waltou convening a special session. Gov. Walton did not appear before the body in person but sent his message call ing on tliem to "enact anti Ku Klux Kian legislation with teeth in it." W. D. McBee was elected speaker of the Mouse. After ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1923

THE NAPLES MONITOR I'ubliHhed Every Friday HY . . . . W. It. WAITS Publiuhed every Friday and entered km aecond-claaa mutter in the PoatofRce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- KreBH March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 50c Adverting Kates on Application V<. ' IP IIP BUY-AT.HOME The merchants of the smaller cities and towns are learning that in waging their fight for existence they must perforce Hdopt new methods in lighting the mail order houses and inducing the people to buy at home, they must adopt the Name methods and tight tire with lire, as the western settler does with prairie and forest fires. The great mail order houses nie the coosuuiing flames which threateu to wipe out many small retail lneiChants, unless these realizing their danger, take steps to remove the menace. The merchants in Naples are beginuiug to realize that they must fight fire with fire, and that to save themselves, they must build a "backfire." Advertising is the weapon with w...

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