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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1923

■'•■ WBKTH ;?r3 ■ , '-!! 11-1- 1 V ? ? ? f T ? ? f X ? T ? Y Y ? y y y y y X V f y y y x X ♦i FREE FREE To person buying largest Bill on Saturday one $10 all Leather Hand Bag. W. D. BERRY'S BPcww! sis:s SffiSSffis RAISING SALE Store closed all day riday, 12th, marking own prices for the sale OPEN 9 A. M. SATURDAY y y y X f y X X X y y X 5* This mighty merchandise movement will swing into full blast, an occasion for the greatest saving of the season, giving the people of Naples and surrounding territory. This unheard of chance to fill their wants at smashed prices right at the ':* beginning of the season. Thousands of dollars worth of £ New Fall and Winter Merchandise is to be Slaughter d It will pay you to come many miles to attend this sale. Take advantage of the wonderful offerings. Come early and get your pick. If you don't need them now it will pay to buy and lay them aside until you can use them. It does not take a wise person to know that all kinds of merchandise is certain to...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1923

- BSH! N. OBERTS f¥ v:'- ' i r «'\ j - „ X I 1 ■ 55-1 , , > i , .V . -——— r ■. f iv Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies -X-. PMf SR^i ■ ■. P$Pv k PERSONALS AND LOCALS J. M. Hampton of Clarksville was on our streets Tuesday. .T. M. Mathews anil Daingerfield Sunday. wife were in J. Heard of Daingertiekl on our streets Wednesday. was Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Waylan Heard, who is working at Ennis, is home for a few days visit. Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. Miss Lovelle Hampton left Sun- day for Hughes Springs to teach music. Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. Drs. L. L. and Agnes Jackson at- tended the North East Texas Medi- cal Association at Longview this week. Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. W. F. Smith and wife were in Daingerfield during the past Week. Mrs. H. H. Wommack of Texar- kana in visiting relatives in and near Naples. G. W. Baker, an old t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1923

Jftottitor. u VOLUME XXXVIII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1923 CLEM GRAY'S FATE IS WITH THE JURY SENATOR UNDERWOOD CANDIDATE OF SOUTH Arguments of Council Yesterday Gray Addressed the Jury Pleading for Life. "The ease of Clem Gray charged with killing Ottis Ballard wait begun in Mt. Pleasant lust Friday. Six of the jurymen were chosen Friday and it took all day Saturday to se left, the other six. Monday morning the taking of testimony was begun. The first .witness was the negro Burl Kemp, «tvf)o testified that on the night of ifhe killing he had gone to Clem (Jray's house, and that while there ilJeorge McKinley came to the bouse (to «ee Mr. Gray, and that Gray got iup out of bed and dressed and left t'he house with ^McKinley, telling (Kemp, to follow in 10 or 15 minutas- Kemp claims he followed Gray as itoatrueted, and when he came to tto place Gray was that fiallard was de«4. Kemp described how he and Gray disposed of the body, and that he burned the .clothes that he and Gray...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1923

DIRECTORY. NAPL.ES NAPLES MONITOR Published Kvery Friday W. It. WATTS I JP m- I: % rm I Is9 SBilii Published every Friday and entered ns xei'ond-class matter in the Pontofliee at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.0( SIX MONTHS . . . "60c Advertising Rates on Application Your Town—Our Town Do you, Mr. Citizen, look upon Naples uh ti tangible [ptirt of your earthly possessious? Do you feel this busy, bustling town belongs iu part to you? Do you feel that you "belong" to Nu-J With each and every mau jack of us coining to a greater realiza- tion that Naples is ours and we are Naples', a greater spirit oi civic conscience is going to be developed. TbiJ will result iu a higher type of service tb.it each one ot us will l-euder to our town. This will result iu Naples being placed on a higher plane than it bus ever before occupied. This will result in each and everyone of us goiug out with a stronger feeling that ''Naples is tniue and J am Na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1923

i ' • v V 1 t— WOULD STOP HUGE BOLL WEEVIL LOSS Conference Called to Fight Peat Damage. New Orleans, Oct. 7.—Tho board of directors of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange Ims adopted u resolution indorsing tho nation-wide boll weevil menace conference to be hold hero Oct. I 96, iiiul empowering Edward S. Butler, the president, to ftp- point. any necessary committee to aid, and to assih'e co-operation on the part of full membership of the exchange, •'Not only is tho supremacy of the United Stat oh of America as a cotton producing nation being jeopardized by the boll weevil," said the resolution, "but our in- creasing supremacy ns a cotton manufacturing nation is likewise in jeopardy; and every phase of not only the cotton question, but the banking, transportation, mercantile and manufacturing interests of the United States are affected by the boll weevil damuge as well as all branches of agricul- ture.'* Tho resolutioncitod that Col. H. G. Hester, secretary of the ex- change and a world ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1923

- V J ■ . .v* ---^TTe^TTWV v ■ fiyS ROBERTS & COMPANY Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies 7 KM. IF TOEfasa* PERSONALS AND LOCALS J. M. Stewart is in Dallas this week. Will and Walter Witt of Oinaha | were business visitors in Naples Tuesday. Hay ties $1.25 bundle as long as present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. W. O. Bryan is a San Antonio visitor this week. Mrs. W. D. Berry is visiting in Pittsburg this week. Homer Barnes of Sherman speht the week end here last week. flay ties $1.25 bundle as long ns present stock lasts. B. J. Floyd. George Apperson and daughter of Omaha were on our streets Wed- nesday. A. J. Leeves has returned home after spending a few days in Dain- ger field. Miss Mildred Drew, of Houston, Texas, is spending a few days in Naples this week. MONUMENTS Quality and Quick Service Mr. and Mis. J. B. Wright visit- ed their daughter Mrs. Jno. A. Palniore last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Albright of Linden, visited their daughter, Mrs. W. E, New land, A large stoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1923

VOLUME XXXVIII THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN ADOPTED BY GOVERNORS Back Law Enforcement With Federal Co-operation. itlonifor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1923 NUMBE Washington, D. C., Oct. 21.—The governors of 87 states, or their rep- resentatives,* met the President yes- terday, upon his invitation, to dis- cuss witli him and other federal officials the problem of law enforce- ment as relates to the prohibition constitutional amendment. The re- sult of the meeting was the adoption of the program presented by the Pi osident which calls for: Coordination of all Federal, Slate, county and municipal forces, A call upon the press to au p- port prohibition law enforce- ment, stress law observance and treat the enforcement program oommensurately with the grav- ity of lawlessness. The calling of conventions of municipal, county and state en- forcement officials at a conven- ient date to discuss and adopt a program for the States, the Federal department pledging «very possible support to these...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1923

BjU'tfii 'nnrti*'" " ""I ■ / J .... DIRECTORY. NAPLES THE NAPLES MONITOR *ublUhed Every Friday ItY ... W. K WAITS l.ODGKfc M. No. (174 tllCOlM I'ubliHlu'd every Friday nnd entered bh Ht'cond cIhhh matter in the PontofBce 1 , , •t Naples, Texas, under «ct of Co.. I Th..rH<tay .ught to oaehmnnlh. gross March H, 1871>. I SUBSCHlPrjON ONK YEAR . SIX MONTHS ¥1.00 50c M. S. Brownie*, Secretary. Martin W. M. IT "Strong and Well" ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ m Advertising Kates on Application Naples Chapter No. ('>89, Order of: Eastern Stur meets second and fourth Tuesday nights in each month. Mrs. W. W. Harwell ' J. O. Butter, W. II, ARE YOU l.OYAl.? Secretary. A Dd again we remind you 1 hat g Lodge No< m j jjgj0. p. j this ifl a good town to live ill, a meets second and fourth Monday nightsi good place to trade, III I good , in each month. H. L. McNurney one to keep your money in. But D. H. McCoy, N. 0. in timo II will cease to be either j Secretary. unless you are as loyal to the u. S. Postoff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1923

W^ ' ' OUR HIGHWAY SYSTEMS Sacred to the Memory of Bro. H. J. Smith. Hiother II. J. Smith ww bom in Harris county G . M« y 2nd, A. D. Uu lived there until 1851) when be cam* to Texas land- i"K here on New Year's morning 18H0. Moved to Harrison county and settled down. He War. I! christian soldier, T). If. Hull then I bhii.15 inunitcH. Koccnh 10 miu i UtC'H. House culled to order by l'resl-j dent, singing one song, tbeu llie following Hiing 15 minutes eaoh;j J. A. liurgess, J, s. McCollum, J and W. H. Hurgeas. The Prcsi- i In its editorial column the In- dustrial Index notes that "road building has developed into a great —a really tremendous—industry in America. It is an industry with many ramifications—the mining of manufacturing of road bridge building materials; the transportation of these bulky commodities; the distribution of t hese materials by agents and Job- bers; the professional energy of the many engineers who have mutle a special study of this branch ot construction; the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1923

It; tffl.v y*3> pi;. Hii- - gi: J tm- SSbS1 ' — ~u.. ROBERTS Hardware, Furniture ana Undertakers' Supplies "Jfl i • H91 dUHHM PERSONALS AND LOCALS as Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. ; L. E. 1'rice of Dalngerfleld waa a social caller at the Monitor office yesterday. County Clerk Frank Howell of DuinKerfield paid the Monitor ft cull Tuesday. Mrs. C. H. Newton of Midlothian i in Naples this week visiting her sister. Mrs. W. A. Giles. For the best pictures couto to Mt, I'leasant and let \V. B. Pray, tor make you some now. One ton of cotton seed meal for one ton of cotton seed. Sam Robison. Mrs. Bob Gibson and daughter, Miss Bess Gibson, visited G A. Gibson at Omaha Saturday anil Sunday, M. N. Heard and wife spent sev- eral days in Dallas buying goods j| and seeing the fair. - • All mail orders amounting to 25c or over, we will pay postage. McCoy Drug Store. MONUMENTS WUWl Miss Lovelle Hampton, who is teaching music in Hughes Springs, was a visitor at home the pnst week en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1923

f I Monitor Supplement DEATH FOR GRAY Since printing The Monitor we receiv- ed a phone message from Editor Cross of the Times ^Review saying the jury had assessed the death penalty against G. C. Gray.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1923

WW ■MP' Monitor Supplement, Oct 25,23 W" u"niVIC GROCERIES - n. li^V.u3 RESTAURANT PLAN TO PUT THROUGH CUT IN FEDERAL TAX A SOLID BILL OPPOSED BY SMOOT Some Kind of a Bonus Bill Seems Pa8sa«e o} Bonu8 Bi" WiU Cause Assured. ' New Levies, Utah Senator ! WFff I Declares. Washington, D. C., Oct. 21,—'The opinion prevails in Washington that very few members of Congress will dare to oppose the bonus in the com- ing session, and the general impres sion prevails here that unless Presi- dent Collidge takes a determined stand the bill is as^rood as passed now. An effort will be made by the administration to pot through a bonus bill that taU&s into account some of the various plans suggested last year, but which does not re- quire so heavy a drain on the cash of the Treasury at this time The democrats themselves will provide enough votes together with • he republicans to nass & bonus bill and even make it a law over a presi- dmtial veto, if Mr. Co tlidge should be against it, which is...

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

■""" % 1' . ..... Msr%" v >' ■ - - — VOLUME XXXVIII : ir-vm PEDD Y-MAY FIELD HEARING POSTPONED __ Attorneys Join in Asking Injunc- tion Be Held to Continue in Force. Amarillo, Texas, Oct. 30.—In the matter of Ueorge B. B. Poddy in Federal court to onjoiu County Clerks utid electiou officers from destroying the ballots of last No- vember in the senatorial .election, Field & Lumpkin, attorneys tor Earle 11. Mayfleld, joined Tuesday with Luther Nickels, attorney for Peddy, in asking that tho injunc- tion be held to continue iu lorce. Tho motion to have receivers named to liuve charge of the bal- lots was postponed indefinitely by Judge James C. W ilson. REPUBLICANS RETURN TO THE SPOILS SYSTEM Mrs. Blair °f Democratic Com- mittee Alleges Civil Service Uaed as "Mask." Washington, IJ. C., Oct. "9.— Mis. Emily Newell Blair, vice chairman of tho democratic na- tional committee, charges in a Statement "that the republican ad ministration lias returned outright to the spoils system and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 November 1923

«cifioar j I m. mmm m ; THE NAPLES MONITOR FIRE LOSS IN THE U. S. Published Every Friday v| w.,,wATrs| STEADILY INCREASES Published every Friday and entered i h mutter in the Poatofficc ut Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 1$, 1879. American!. Among Greatest Fire Sufferers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Kates on Application Uninterpreted statistics are so dry that they (ire extra hazardous from 1 a lire-risk standpoint. What does it WHEN THE FEED RUNS SHORT I mean to say that the United States The man in East Texas—or any burns up, in one year, $521,861,000 other section of Texas, for that ami that matter—who has plenty of cotton and mighty little feed stvff doesn't need any lecturing on the impor- tance of having something to feed his stock on. In some cases he is beginning to realize that it was his own fault, in others he is not to blame, as, for instance, where drouth cut short his efforts to provide. But in all cases, we may be sure,...

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

' 3£ \ mm a SSHK? I #1; * > v.-: jhArtf £ i; m f*; f'i *'"yV*V;? j Dalton Dots 1 )alton— School in progreHsing nicely with n large attendance. Mrs. W. J. Hicks visited her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Nash, last week Mrs. Lena McDowell spent Sat- urday with Mrs. Jamie Hampton. Mrs. J. H. Smith spent a few days last week visiting b>r daughter, Mrs. Ozie Wommack. 0. T. Daniel, Harmon Smith and J. II. Smith and daughter, Miss Lera, motored to Texarkana Sunday. Mrs. Flem Jones of Cornett and Mrs. Rena Parrish of Daingerfield are visiting Mrs. Elmer Smith this week. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Simmons and L son. Guy. attended the Sacred Harp Hinging at Texarkana Sunday. Elmer Smith and family visited Cooper Jones and family at Red- water Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hampton visited Saturday night and Sunday with Pete Hampton and wife of Cornett. Florence Smith and wife of Marietta visited in the home of Elmer Smith last Monday and Tues- day. Ben Collins, who has been work- ing in the oil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 November 1923

*W 'N W$i:. |g|l H1 Bl! t Mta «***. «g«B — n Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies PERSONALS AND LOCALS M. Callaway was a Dallaa visitor this week. Ell Clark has gone work, ami she is sad. to Attogoe to J. T. Murphy of Wharton was our city several days this week. in Dr. Win. yesterday. Smith was in Dallas E. M. Shelton of Omaha was a Naples'visitorjyesterday. J. P. Law and wife of Omaha were visitors in Naples Sunday. County Clerk J Daingerfield was in day. F, Howell of our city yeBter- Several of Naples' citizens are at- tending district court in Dainger- iield this week. J. S. Murphy and daughter Miss Evelyn, of Sandy. Point were Nap- les visitors this week. For the best pictures come to Ml. Pleasant and let W. B. Pray- tor make you some now. Lee Davis, who is working in Tex- arkana, spent Sunday with his par- ents A. J. Davis and wife. All mail orders amounting to 25c or over, we will pay postage. McCoy Drug Store. The beat feed for your milk cows is cotton Seed Meal and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 November 1923

■Y . ' ■ r ■-■f «• -TFT^-p-niT-T."WTT- . W *" . ...... -T——"T1 W-1 •' V'V • '.75 i * '•• r " - \ '* MMM 11' , '■ 1* •J'*'" i . B3:. Waple .♦ ft. - onitor. VOLUME XXXVIII NOW CAN PHOTOGRAPH DIREASES OF THE HEART Dee Moines, Iowa, Nov. 4.—Die- eases of tho heart, which aro among the most elusive of all human ills, can uow be pursued, captured aud photographed in all of their intricate varieties. The new process is known as electrocardiography, according to Dr. James G. Carr, assistant professor of medicine of North- westeru University. Electrical connections made at the shoulder and opposite hip ol the patieut cause a contraction of the heart and the reactions are recorded on a delicate 111ut iu the form of a graph which when trans- lated shows the exact nature of the illness, he explained.) Balloon Sent Up By Boy Found 250 Miles Away. Denton, Texas^ Nov. 4.—Joe Bill Bialley, 11-year-old son ol the president of the College of In- dustrial Arts, is a resourceful lit tie chap. His love ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 November 1923

> u 7 o ■ • r;. - , - , Sit it: i; gc H: SIX WEEKS ONLY UNTIL CHRISTMAS We are prepared as never before to take care of your Holiday wants. By the 15th onr complete line of Holiday Goods will be on display. Come in and shop early and have them put away until Christmas—the early purchaser has a larger stock to select from. DOLLS GALORE, WAGONS, DOLL BUG- GIES, GO-CARTS, STATIONERY, and TOYS of all kinds and descriptions. Come to see us, and come early. Next Thursday, the 15th, we are going* to put our entire stock of White and White and Blue and White Enamel Ware on sale at a SACRIFICE 1 RIG1 Then will be your time to buy this quality of ware for less than we can buy it at wholesal. BKOWNLEE NECESSITY THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday * JJY .... W. It. WATTS Published every Friday and entered its neeond-cluBs matter in the Pcmtoffice «t Naples, Texas, under act of Con- t;resH March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS $1.00 60c Advertising Rates on Application BETTE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 November 1923

WINTER HINTS FOR AUTOMOBIUSTS The automobile today, without doubt, Iihr become rm all-yeur-round necessity. However, there arc a number of things the driver must do or he will materially (damage his car during the winter months. Fol- lowing are a few suggestions which should be followed if the automo- bile is to be kept in first class run- ning order; the ill | oil every 260 f i ' 1—Chango ndlcis. During the winter the dan- ger of gasoline pussing the pistons and diluting the crank case oil is much greater than during the sum- mer. 2—Increase the charging rate of your generator. In cold months lights are used much more and the baltery is run longer, draining more current from the battery than is usual. A higher charging rate to replace power used is necessary. a—Have the carbureter adjusted to cold-wetaher conditions. It is nearly always necessary to increase the richness of the mixturo during the winter to secure proper power. 4—Thin out the oil in the rear axle and transmission by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 November 1923

Wi&'J, . BiBli — Hardware, Furniture and PERSONALS AND LOCALS Mrs. W. A. Giles Omaha. Tuesday. was a visitor in Noah Ellis and wife were visitors in Pittsburg one day last week. Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. Mrs. Pickett, of Sand Hill, Bowie County, visited relatives in Naples last week. The Fortnightly Club offers $5.00 to be given Jin the School Dept., of the Naples Flower Show. SCHOOL NOTES Acy Berry and wife and two chil- dren of Muni, were up Friday shop- ping and to visit Mr. Berry's par-1 Teachers and pupils were vorj ents. This is the first visit of little busy moving l.ist Monday morn Eugenia to her prand-parentM. Dental Notice On account of bad weather Dr. Clements, the Dentist, will return to Naples Friday, Nov. 9th. and remain a few days. Those wishing dental work please call early. Su- perior dental Work at reasonable prices. "Uncle Ham" Davis received a message that, his sister-in-law, M« * W. G. Davis, died at her home in Denison Monday morning after...

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