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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 November 1923

VOLUME XXXVIII GRAND JURY REPORT Jttottitor. To the Hon. R. T. Wilkinson, Judge of the Pist. Court, Morris Co. Texas. Dear Sir: We, your Grand Jury, duly em- paneled at the October term of the District Court of Morris Co. Texas, beg leave to submit the following report: J. We have returned into open court 7 indictments, of these G were for felony cases and 1 misdemeanor. Of the felony cases indicted, three were for violution of the liquor laws. 2. Wt have examined 50 wit- nesses from different parts of the county. 3. We have examined the books and records of the officers of Morris County. This was done through a committee composed of three of our number. We find that the books and records of the county have been neatly and accurately kept gener- ally. However, there has been some delay in some of the officers in filing their reports to the grand jury. We suggest that thereafter all offi- cers required by law, so to do shall file their reports in the time and manner required Jby law,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 November 1923

/ ' I THE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES DIRECTORY. t~ ' * X Wm m: ISii I UK ct^v ' ■' 'V ,•/ • JM# Bi fc/v HH BY Published Every Friday . . . . W. R. WATTS LODGES a. F. & a" m. No. 674 meets third Published every Friday und entered Thursday nigh£tn*e ch*month. us second-class matter in the Postolfice J. w. Martin at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- M. S. Brownie®, W. M Kress March 3, 1870. subscription onf: year .... $1.00 six MONTHS „ T Of | Advertising Hates on Application A CORRECTION I have a great respect for the ed- itors of our local papers. They are industrious, public-spirited, progres- sive and intelligent. The editor of "The Naples Monitor steps light a- lotig with the preachers and school tenceers for the welfare of our peo- ple; and I like him. Not often does an errow slip into his paper. But somebody put one oxer on him last week under the caption "Hebrew YearNever 3t 5i Days." That short article states that in Methuselah's day a year was 1 month long, in Abraham's day 5 m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 November 1923

. + + + > + •:• + + <. + + + + + + + •> BABIES GET $2.00 PRIZE + WHILE PIGS BRING *40 + I a.VM. '.'■Vk: #5«5 iffi •> niilili'H amount to little |n <mm + * port* of •'•*) United Hlnte* accord- ♦ + Inn lo I lie following roiiort of u + V It.-d di'fwH public health nurto + + which Iuin been presented to the + * IMrcctor of Nuridtig Service oi the ♦ + Souihwculern lMvlxlog! <fr I wiik Invited to l>e n Judge at ♦ + ii baby nhow held at one of the + * county fair* My chairman went + * with me and I think we both got ♦ * the eurprlHe of our liven, some- ♦ * thing I shall uover forget. We + * arrived ut noon. After dinner + + we wave taken to the fair + •> rounds, and eventually Intro- ♦ * duced lo an elderly gentleman * + (probation officer) who directed * us to what was tailed Floral + Mall. Then we discovered that our booth was In an annex. We ♦ •> were Invited Into n room, v bleb * •r was dusty and full of cobwebs, + + liud a broken window, one long ♦ + bench ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 November 1923

JaOf? \ ~ "* 'M, ;■! %w; y—, ■!v-1 -> ; ■ > •••> .■> ■ ',y«y \<SHMH^WNt ^ ^ ■K * ■ N. M. ROBERT 1 ' *. %. Hardware, Furniture a id Undertakers' Supplies PERSONALS AND LOCALS MrH. Feline King ami buby of Atlanta areNaples visitors this week. W. T. Parker and wife, Mrs. W. E. Newland and Mack Spenee were in Linden Monday. ttuy Seay and family of Tesar kana were Sunday visitors of W T. Parker and family. For the best pictures come to Mt. Pleasant and let W. B. Pray* tor make you some now. Ira Franklin and wife have moved to Naples from Marianne, Ark., and will make this their future home. Highest market price in CASH for chickens and eggs. W. N. Callaway. ORGANIZATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS. Last Tuesday afternoon the Sen-" iors of Naples Hi met to organize their class. The following officers were elected: president. John Will- iams, vice-president. Georgia Lewis, Xm- *'■ '; zzz; photograph. Then your Remembrance will be a i>ersonal one. Have them made by Praytor, Mt. Pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 November 1923

VOLUME XXXVIII wmm **. rt raj fl- onitor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1923 GUILTY 11 COUNTS, NOT GUILTY ON FIVE; SIX ARE DISMISSED Formal Vote of Court to Remove Governor From Office Unanimous. .in ■ i BP L5;„: Oklahoma City, Nov. 19.—Gov crnorJ.O, Walton was removed Iroin otilee today by a unanimous vote of the siate senate court of impeachment on the tlrst article of the impeachment bill submitted for a verdict. The vote which was on trlicle 1! , charging that the executive had abused his pordon and parole au- thority was 41 to (I for conviction. A Verdict ol guilty was return- ed on articled, charging the ex- ecutive with placing bis personal chauffeur on the state health de- partment pay roll. Six senators voted for acquittal on this charge. A member of Governor Walton's counsel who re-entered the senate chamber when the roll call on the verdict was started, entered excep- tions to the vote on both counts. The Governor had not beeu re- presented since he withdrew from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 November 1923

Si mm MXi mm m,- IP MS pi I ' • K3K I Us rm the «Y naples monitor Published Every Friday . . . . W. R. WAITS napl.es directory sfwjpt ww tfffww w wlwwwf/ LODGES A. F. & A' M. No. tS74 meets third Published every Friday mid entered Thursday ninhtjnIt:ach;nionth. as aecund-claag matter in the Poetoffice J, VV. Martin at Naples, Texua, under act of Con- > M. S. Urownlrc, W. M. gre H Mareli 3, 1879. £ Secretary. ' Our Family Medicine" subscription one ykau . six months I Advertising Kates on Apiilication DON'T DELAY CHRISTMAS PREPAR ATION The Philadelphia Ketuil Ledger mils attention to the fad that the Christinas rush invariably throws' a spotlight upon weaknesses in the store structure—but that's no i Naples Chapter No. OHO, Order of $1.00 Kastcrn Star meets second and fourth 60c Tuesday nights in each month. Mrs. W. \V. Harwell J. O. Itutler, W. M. Secretary. Herrirg Lodge No. 4t>9 I. 0. 0. F. meets second and fourth Monday nights in each month. H. L. McNurney D. H. McCoy, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 November 1923

" !y** ' ,, < ^-fr.'P1 • ■TV ORIGINATES SVS1EM Red Cross in Seven States Has Travel- ing Nutrition Teachers. The Southwestern Division, Ameri- can Ited Cross, has orlglni^d 11 new form or nutrition Instruction whU ti Is latin* copied by other divisions throughout the Ulllljfil Suites. The Bouthwestern Division embraced the ,states of Arkansns, Colorado, Kansas. Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Tills plan is that of the Itinerant nutrition worker. Three years a«<> two such workers were put into the Held by the dlvlHion. Last year iiio number was Increased to seven and now there are twenty, with a con- stantly growing demand for more. The itinerant nutrition worker is the worker who k«k>s from chapter to chapter instructing classes in nutri- tion, talking to schools on proper food values, addressing Mothers' Clubs and other organisations on the Importance of proper diet to correct the results of malnutrition among American chil- dren. Hero is the way the itinerant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 November 1923

ssfiie | f ■" mm® mi > V1' ' 5*."" .' ■ PVSPSBnii few*.; .v ■ : ■. ' i! MS IV7 t m K I • K m m M. ROBERTS COMP^B Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies PERSONALS AND LOCALS J. B. Thomas was in Texarkana j 0. E. Coker and wife were iu on business this week. Dallas several days this week. Mis. C. C. Davis was a kaua visitor yesterdry. I Guy Se>y and laiuily of Texar- lexai- jjauil wpre gunday visitors of \V. jT. Parker aud family. Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Store. Mrs. L. D. Floyd has as her guest her sister, Mrs. G. R. Oden of Marshall. The best feed for your milk cows is cotton Seed Meal and hulls. I have them. Sam Robison. For the best pictures come to Mt. Pleasant 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 Irion ot Sulphur Springs was a visitor iu the home ol Mrs. J. M. Stewart last week. Good vulue iu men's Leather uud Woolen Army Gloves Pair 25 rnd 85c. W. N. Callaway. M. It. ll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 November 1923

i. ■< ■ rf&v/, / IS I NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1923 Oklahoma City, Nov. 28.—Ar- liiii-. n.-tiont ofJ. C.Walton, former Governor, on six indictments charg- ing diversion of public funds and dispersal of a meeting of the State Legislature, was continued Wednes- day until Monday. The deposed executive was to have entered pleas at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. The continuance was taken by agreement after it was found that four jury trials were docketed for Wednesday. Dr. E. A. Davenport, State Health Commissioner, indicted with Walton on five counts charging diversion of public funds, was granted a separate trial upon his application. He was given until Friday morning to plead. Ariaignment of T. P. Edwards, Walton's former personal chauffer, also set for Wednesday, was con- tinued to Monday. Edwards is charged in five indictments with diverting public funds. The three defendants were in court when District Judge George W. Clark, before whom the indict- ments were returne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 November 1923

/ ' / M:': he! ihe naples monitor Published Every Friday i1y .... W. h. WATTS Published every Friday and entered ab second-class matter in the Postollice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3,1879. SUBSCRIITION ONE YEAR .... $1.W SIX MONTHS ... 50c Advertising Rates on Application HOUSEHOLD HITNS THE WORD "CHRISTMAS" Brevity may be the soul of wit, but abbreviation it* not tlio soul of high sentiment Hint sacreilnoss 11 nit nttaoh to Cl>ii-'t Wli.v abbreviate 'he syllable thai cur- ries the snored meaning? Why make it "X?'' Surely the ink or npnce or trouble saved does not warrant marring a word that holds! er,.n? such high place in heart and mem ory. " Lincoln's Birthday " a n <1 "Washington's Birthday" have not been cut down by abbiavia- tion. and certainly Christ's birth- day should bo as generously dealt with. It's "Christmas in speech. Let it be so in writing, The wash silk crepes or geor- gettes, use warm water and white soap. Do not rub, but squeeze the garm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 November 1923

REFUGEE MEAL „ HOt, CHtL„ FOR AMERICANS i < TAX CUT IS A TOPIC ' < >*<+< >*:*<> ,♦.% «$.« Whole Country Asked to Adopt Orphanage Menu for Just One Sunday Dinner. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* OltOI.Y Child of Bethlehem, By Heavenly hosts adored: O wondrout Child of Bethlehem, Earth't dear anil gracious LordI RELIEF HAS SAVED MILLION People of All Nation* Will Figurative- ly Gather Around Sam* Table at Practical Sign of 8ympathy With Near Eatt Sufferer*. 181, mm ' #« •' m iM m $w§0 X *■ • IS , ¥ ?. , In mm :y- vtih pSMB ■ <S«; , J I#© M ifflf ■Kie How many comfortably fed, clothed arid housed Americana will alt down to a Hunday dinner of rice, corn grits ami soup—typical orphan fare—on December 2, a* a practical teat of the golden rule? The queatlon 1* asked today by Charles V. Vlekrey, geueral aecretary of Near East Relief, who la In charge , of the plana for the general observ- ance throughout the United States of "Golden Rule Sunday." In an Inter- view, Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 November 1923

Hardware, Furniture and Undertakers' Supplies PERSONALS AND LOCALS A. J. Leeve« visited in Shreveport, La., last week. T. W. Stewart was a business visitor in Texarkana Wednesday. For Rent—nii'ely furnished room j I. M. Watson and wife 'and Mrs. j Nettie Gibson and daughter, Miss Bess, were HughesISprings visitors Monday. For .your SiiAdfty dMert try n can of Delmonte Fruit Salnd. W. N. Callaway. Acy Berry and family of Munz close in. Stewart. See or phone Mrs. J. M. were visitors in our ! guests sf his parents, anil wife. city Sunday, J. W. Berry Miss Valeria Story is the week end guest of Mrs. Barker in Texar-' kana this week. Mrs and Mrs. II. D. Moore, Miss Faye Martin, B. J- Floyd motored to Shreveport Thursday. DENTAL NOTICE. On account, of Thanksgiving, Dr. Clements will be in Naples Dec. 15th : instead of Dec. 1st. For the best pictures come to ML Pleasant and let W. B. Pray- tor make you some now. Mrs. Bernice Whitecotton and Miss Joyce Reverra of Texarkana were visitors in ...

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

%mm VOLUME XXXVIII Monitor. NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1923 COOLIDGE VIEWS TO President in His Message to , Lawmakers, Defends Policies. TC FOLLOW HARDING'S IDEAS . .Vv. . I' i • WPi Is Opposed to League of Nation*, but Favor* World Court—Wants Dis- abled Vctorans C.n ed For, but It. Opposed to Grant- ing a Bonus. Washington.—President Coolldge In Ills firm message to the engross hud the following recoiumendukl'ma to offer: 4 aim-H the close of the last congress the nation luis lost President Harding. Tho world knew bis kindness unii Ills humanity, his greatness and his char- acter. lie has left Ills mark upon history. He tins uiude Justice more certain and peace mare secure. The surpassing tribute puld to Ills mem- ory as lit; was borne across the ton- fluent to rest at last at home re- vealed the place lie held In the hearts of the American people. Hut this Is not the occasion for extended refer- ence to the irtfi? or his work. In this presence, among those who knew and lo...

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

^"-- • THE NAPLES MONITOR Thanksgiving and Published Every Friday Greetings. BY ... . W. R. WATTS Ceristmas ■"V m Published every Friday and entered •s second-class matter in the PoatofRce at'.NajiltiH, Texaa, under press March 8, 1879. I the rostotn " j SUBSCRIPTION K YKAR .... $1.00, MONTHS . , . 60c ■ . Advertising llutes on Application The old Confederate Veterans are made'to feel that they are thought of in a friendly way hy the following letter received. Through the court- esy of F. W. Rolin we are enabled to print it. Austin, Texas, Nov. 29, 1928. GOOD TIMES AHEAD. Dear Friend: There is every prospect that the Alter an absence of a era of prosperity that has set in in year I come at this Thanksgiving this country will not only continue, nn(1 tht> n'Pirtl-v approaching bul enlarge in the course of the Christmas tide t" say "howdy," to next five years. All over the coun- j brin« Vou a word of good cheer and try a building program is develop-! t® lay my b«u wishea in profusio...

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

fS w 4 y r'.p r '' «F. ' CSfe Old Man mi'mas Shoi James Whifoc>rnl> Riky* JES, I hear you, Miss Jolly-go-romp, '■^Calling me to come: "Look at the wonderful Jack-ln-box,- And oh, what a dandy dry'ml See all the beautiful Chinese ^olls, ) And yonder'# a dancing bear! ^ There's nothing like it in all the worl There couldn't be-ran Your eyes are bright, Miss Jolly-go-romj It's thrilling, 1 can't deny, But you should have seen the flhris I knew in the days gone by. Twas not so large, Miss Jolly-go-rom5j As the toyshops are today, But oh, it was more mys-ter-i-ous, The colors were far more gay! \nd the Toyshop Man, Miss Jolly-go-romp^ What a quizzical way he had! Hie knew all the children for miles around, Could tell all the good from the bad But what was the queerest of all to me Was how he could tell, some way, *" Hie things you wanted old Santa to bring To your house Christmas Day. ,et's you and I, Miss Jolly-go-romp, Play I am the Toyshop Man, K/hile you—well, you're Miss Jolly...

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

*V;-, MWP■ COOLIDGE DELIVERS MESSAGE CONGRESS PERSONALS AND LOCALS FIGHT ON MAYFIELD TO DEVELOP EARLY \es, we like sausage, thank you, I and we wer e enabled to appease our appetite Sunday through the gen erosity of the Naples postmaster, Bill Meyers, of Fort Worth was who will pleas* accept sincerf Naples visitor Friday and Saturday. thanks foi Put up your lard in 1 galon syrup buckets. Get them from A. J. Davis. Jim Thigpen of Omaha was in Naples Tuesday Belling cotton and trading. ■ I j I ■H - I. Bv. R& ■ ■k mf Marshall Farrier had as his guests this week Callett Munger ahd Pave Moses of Dallas. Frank Hines of Dallas spent a few days of last week here with his father and—friends, Mi9s Sarah Ann Hess of Pittsburg visited Mrs. C. C. Davis ia our city several days of last week. For the best pictures come to Mt. Pleasant and let W. B. Pray* tor make you some now. Perry and Randolph Moore attend- ed a dance given at the Main hotel in Mt. Pleasant Saturday night. New line Gingham, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 December 1923

Tfcair- 1 JVaplc ♦" vi fi-te I 1 'iWl '*4$ VOLUME XXXVIII PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE CONDEMNED AND PRAISED Chairman Hull Pronounces About the Worst Ever. it voted down an amendment to the j ESQUIRE URIAH JOHNSON DEAD. senate bill which would have com- pel led secret organizations to-throw Wag for Many Years a Promi- their rosters open for public in- nent Citizen of Omaha. tpection and then defeated amend- ...... , . *, . .. . . ... . . Uriah Johnson was born in Ala- ment after amendment with virtu-1 . ., bama 76 years ago: wan the oldest NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1923 ■■ U. S. PENSION ROLL ■■■■ SHOWING DECREASE NUMBER 33 Political appraisement > of Presi- dent Coolidge's address to Congress last weeK closely followed its de- livery and, as usual, there was a great diversity of opinion. As a political document, of great potential effect on the 1921 cam- paign, on the personal fortunes of Mr. Coolidge and those of his party, the address had been awaited ex- pectantly by leaders ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 December 1923

I? '■ THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday HY .... W. R. WATTS PuttlUhod every Friday and entered nh aecond-rlana matter in the Poa to files utiNuplew, Texas, under act of Con- great* March 3, 1871 . SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Rates on Application . 8K THE REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL RACE. President Coolidge has. by a re- cent announcement, placed himself before the people as a candidate for the Presidency. Almost from the moment that he wan called to fill the vacancy caused by the death of President Harding it was taken for granted that Mr. Coolidge would be h candidate, but no definite announcement was made until a few days ago. Leaders of the Republican party have realized that Mr. Coolidge is the party's most valuabe asset, ant most of them have lined up for him The campaign—which will be waged in his behalf by others, since he is to remain in the background— now has definite shape, and will no doubt proceed in order. It would {seem that it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 December 1923

¥ f•;* v-s Christmas March Was Played by Minister 7IIII0 minister had hung up Ills stocking, I"1". Til* sprite-- Unit put Into It a candy eane, a lollipop, u ball, un apple mul ii motor cur tliut would jfo, liml lidded ii mouth organ, most appropri- ate mul perhaps most needed of all Klfts, for what other uioutli should bn dispense harmony? Then, after breakfast, came the pro- cession Into the parlor and unto the wonderful tree. ■ First, little Sarah, with the early and aided steps of her one year and the hi* eyes of her first Christinas tree. Then demure Helen, blowing her own horn for once, then bit; Sarah and all the uncles, aunts and cousins, then father and mother, and then the minister, plnylns his new march upon his new organ. When they were all seated In the happy circle they asked for the words of tliut new tune and here they are: If hints coul.l alng In Christmas tre«s, If thuy could hum with happy buns, Jf thi-y warn nweet with all the aplua Of all thlnss beautiful and ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 December 1923

fcu iE? ■', j i ;; :!i x> '• ??, I . ^ 1 V PERSONALS AND LOCALS Miss Lewis Praises Texarkana. A. J. Leeves or Sunday. Rev. A, A. Spence of Omaha wan in our city yesterday. I'aity favors and Christmas Ciroet- ingn at A. J. Davis'. II. G. McLean was a Naples vis. itor a couple of days last week. Mesdames C. C. Davis arid L. D. Floyd were in Pittsburg Monday. Buy wisely—Buy the liest. McCoys Drug Store. Mrs. Jim Hervey went to Tyler Sunday for a visit of several days. Miss Georgia Lewis, selected as _ , ... | Princess to represent Naples at the was an Omaha visit-' i , • ! Queen t Court at lexarkana during the Golden Jubilee, upon her re- turn home reported an enjoyable time. She is very enthusiastic in her praise of the management, and especially the ladies, for the royal treatment accorded her during her stay in Texarkana. She was en- tertained in the home of lion, and Mrs. A. L. Burford, who, with their beautiful daughter, were untiring in thei' .(Torts to make her visit a plKt^i...

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