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

f 'i. VOLUME XXXVIII SOLDIER BONUS BILL VERY LIKELY TO PASS NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY1, DECEMBER 28, life Note Burning And Roll Call. Indications are it Will Become Law This Session. m Washington, 1). C., Dec. 26.— A disposition prevails, it would appear, in the House of Represen- tatives possibly in the Senate as well to enact both bonus legislation and tax reduction. In other' words, an effort is to be made to grant the bonus which will cost an unmeasured sum, and to lower the revenues of the government by a revision of the tax scale. It is riot known just how much the bon«s will cost the government at the outset. Several modes of pay- ment are proposed, some imposing an immediate and direct demand upon the Treasury, others involving a postponed liquidation. Choices are offered lo ^veterans, and there is fto means to determine in advance how they will. choose. So if the precise Treasury effect of the first year of bonuB must needs he known before tax revision can be accom- plished the...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 December 1923

NAPLES MONITOR cbinory ayuinst hlin, and with tbe: Published Every Friday inevitable npirit of "ntaud by the . . . W. H. WATTS President'' welliug up in tlio rtv .r CT L I " "-:J 7 i publican ranks, it in easy to bw Published every Friday and entered K , , .... , •a second-clans matter in the Postofflce that Senator Johnaon will have to ut'Naples, Texas, under act of Con- be more vi|;OTOUH tliau he baa ever gress March 3,1879. been before to turn tho tide o! SUBSCRIPTION battle In his luvor. lie will hi*ve ONE YEAR .... $i.wi to be more virile and more bitter SIX MONTHS . . . «>c in his attack, and almost dingle- bunded will have to struggle to MRU m Advertising Rates on Application TO EXPEL CRIMINAL ALIENS. A bill providing for deportation of aliens on conviction for violation of the prohibition, antinarcotic or white slave law or for crimes involv- ing moral turpitude which has been introduced in Congress deserves favorable consideration. America has room for only a limited num...

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

m v w§ i !' ;':^ WiM tm GREETINGS 11 We appreciate •3M5**2^t^M$>*t**3M5MOM0M£^<{M5>*'i**2M5M5M5M$M5M5M5M8MCM2 ? T ♦:♦ v'T? To Our Friends and Customers: The year of nineteen twenty three is drawing to a close. We deem it proper at this time to express to you our sincere appreciation and good will for the courte- sies extended to us during the present year. Wishing you a happy New Year, and prosperous nineteen twenty four. RESPECTFULLY YOURS, W. D. BERRY £♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ «£♦«$♦♦$ ♦!♦♦!♦ *** «£♦ «*♦ *1* X* *!• ♦XwXM5wJI WkjmBR KrSaiS the splendid trade accorded this store since its establish- ment in Naples. Our busi- ness has been for beyond our expectations, and we are truly thankful to every owe who has given us en- couragement by trading with us. We trust this Holiday Sea- son is being a pleasant one, and wish for every one a Happy New Year and a prosperous 1924. n <r IOC THANKS We want to thank our cus- , tomers and friends for the splendid business given us during the yea...

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

' PERSONALS AND LOCA1S Junior Moore Is'home from Dallas for the holidays. Kobt Smith of Omaha was on the streets of Naples Saturday. Marion Davis ancf wife of are in Naples this week. Tyler Miss Rebecca Tidwell is visiting relatives in Dekalb this week. For Sale Good home raised corn J' H. Jolly. Harold Scegraves of Dallas with homefolks for the holidays. is John L. Whitecotton of Texar- Mrs. Ii. H. Hines and sons Frank karia spent Christmas day in our and Howard are home from Dallas city. to spend the holidays. hhh gm - John Stewart, a stu lent of Wesley College, is at home for the holidays. Miss 1-ena I.unday is home for the holidays from school at Denton. Mis. Jennie Williams of Waco is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sallie Davis, in our city. Jack Brixey who went to Pine Bluff a few months ago, is back in Naples visiting. C. H. Jolly of l'arks is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. J. H. Jolly. ms fr i ■ WS: Bill Ii * ■■i"" HI Buy wisely—Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 August 1927

m ■1 ' ' : • - ' I ■ —— ■0$? : H ""r ' ' W A':?i : -—r"~' wll§$ n — —— ■ IMP*- d MM •-,•• TS &3j' Regardless of What You May Think— Opportunity Comes to Everyone— Financial opportunity can be taken advantage of only by the person who has the cash to bid for it. Cash accumulated in a bank account is always available when opportu- nity comes. If you haven't an account with us, open one and keep it growing. Don't envy money savers—be one yourself. Farmers State Bank THE FARMERS' FRIEND aSlI'dteV;- >AY, AUGUSTS, 1927 NUMBER 19 mm LEAGUE NOTES M ' Tlije Epworth League melt at :30 w*itl!i nineteen present. 3 hg No. 197 waa'rKung. Mrs Easter ling Vixen led u sentience prayer. A very interesting story on love «(<& ' J J3'd > by^Char^-'ii Parker. Ledn Moore! asked some helpful questions. Monday at oitfht o'clock the Leagua gave a handkerchief i MET {MASTER'S DEGREE CONFER- RED. At H'fi r Business the Tidwell ^ UotMfyr ipi and 24. Appointed m. were shower art: Mariel Bryan's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 August 1927

Mm ||>WVS..,VyNV>.l v Good Crops and Conservatism Will Restore Our Prosperity Retaining that prosperity depends largely upon our common ><-'nse.ffl Lei's exercise it. We curry a complete line of general merchandise, and our aim is to keep the qual'itiy high and prices close. Your patron- age aids us In tihis and we duly appreciate it. When it happens we do not have what you want, we will gladly procur it for you. , Any accomodations extended consistent with good business principles.. 'A OUU PllICES ARE CLOSE—STANDARDS HIGH Sugar 14 lbs. Bacon Dry Salt per lb Nine quarter bleached sheeting, best grade, per yd 20 per cent off on all Voils and Organdies 40 per cent off on all nun's straw hats New Goods Arriving Daily Your Poultry and Eggs wanted, cash or trade NAPLES CASH STORE Service Dependable $1.00 .18 .40 Diversification and crop rota- tion lead to well-organized jand profitable farming. All roots which taint milk should be fed immediately after milking. This uppjies) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 August 1927

/ / - DON'T WWii Wvv mvvwwvvyv'i«i^Y<ivyw' GET $Sp9& wgSSjTO FRESH ! BUT-KEEP YOUK CLOTHES THAT WAY- r' *pH by having them cleaned and pressed by Giles Tailoring Co. $ PHONE 131 and we will call MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED THK NAPLE8 MONITOR Publiuhsd Ev«rjf Friday BY . . . . W. R. WATTS ••• Ill Upsetting ' ; Putitfing /some), of ahe ,movie tottered &a second-cluss mall mat jter In the poatofflce at Naples, Tex an, under act March 3. 1879. of Congress SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 SIX MONTHS 50c Advertising Kates on Application PRESS trance. Remove all shelter for raflf. Proiixptlyj dispot| (of jalJ garbage, tradh, and otiher waste on which rats can feed. Kill the actors and actresses in prison H rat8! |lv for awhile is likely to interfere with their divorce .schedules.-In- . To eradicate household ants, a dinapolig News. fflrup poSsoned witJh arsenaite of - soda is effeetjve where It can be Impossible to Gua* safely used. To make it 1 pound 1 of sugar irf dissolved in a quart A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 August 1927

nnie Walker will leave for market to purchase and whiter sltock of mil- and raady-tfo-wear. , *V ana Local Happenings :F*r; blisses'Sybil Vaught and Lucile Mr. and Mrs. 1., M. Watson Parker of Onutha wore Visiting wo children were in Naples Mrs. W. 0. Palmore last week. | first of the week. We are ex- ig fherfe {flood people ho back to Naples soon Mrs. Ed Parker and children lalhe wilt try to give us an oppor visited in Prescotlt, Ark., several tiunity to write a funeral notic days. jnext week. That's a promi If she hasn't died by this tirr mt kltow t'hey most always come back, and we don't expect Mr. Wait son and family to be any ex- ception:! to the rule. Sam Stewart of Lindale was in Naples and Bryan's Mill last week visiting relatives. While in Na- ples he gave us tjhe wherewitn to keep The Monitor going to his ad- dress anothe'r year. Use White Way cleaner on youi ook vessels. Mason & Nelson. Mrs. Fannie Lou Caldwell of Mt. Pleasant was a visitor in Naples Tuesday. Frefeth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 September 1927

HSflH h-,:#- ■ V NAP! I "• • .> Personality - We seek ta bring the PERSONAL element • into banking; to have each and every one of our customers feel that the "Farmers State" is truly THEIR BANKING HOME. Farmers State Bank THE FARMERS'FRIEND k-*- * A HOT FIGHT AHEAD FOR REPUBLICANS MI Cootldg4 Forces anil Antl-Coolldge Several Credited Huge F< to Battle to a Finish. r * w ' V SEPTEMBER 2, 1927 IN COTTON AND COTTON GOCDS m We Pride Ourselves mm mam I am putting in a stock of New Jewelry Watches from $1.25 up. All kinds cheap chains from 50c to any price you want. J. W. Garrett M. Don't Fail to Attend N. Heards Semi-Anual STYLE SHOW Thursday Night, Sept. 8th, 8 O'clock No Admission Charge Show will be on stage in front of our store showing on living models the smartest lines in Coats Dresses and Hats for Men, Women and Children. Everyone cordially invited to come and witness this display, together with a nice program. Music by our own home orchestra. The largest Style Show ever i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 September 1927

/ - —f 1. ■ *1 m V' 'JBM mm mm I . , NOTES fjmll U3l^V •>v',lt BPWif' W^'' ' I: ?■': m&L No., 2, Naplvfe, ut of America wua or- ganized July 31, 1927. This is part of the s^out expansion pro- gram of Texas. The boys who Imivc joined troop 4'2 have joined i, world wid' movement. The •mnciplos o1!' fcoutirg have been adopted f>y fifty seven countries, lli'presentiiijr )1 % of the popula- tion of the world. Tine scout oath, "On my Honor 1 will do my jest to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the scout law: To help other people at all times: To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight," is solemnly taken in almost every tongue. Honest, earnest hearts! ... baat bemeatih white, yellow, red and black skin alike. The scout oath and law are the very embodiment of all that) is nobje and uplifting. Honor is the greatest ideal of .scouting. Thje Scout law, on which the movement has been hing«d, was taken from the an- cient coide of the Knights. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 September 1927

WATTS Wichita \ ,.im ■ Pi I $fSEH m I r FRESH BUT—KEEP YOUR CLOTHES THAT WAY- by having them cleaned and pressed by Giles Tailoring Co. PHONE 131 and we will call MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED Entered a* second-class nail mat- iter In the postefflce at Naples, j Texas, under act of Congress I March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YE Alt $1.00 SIX MONTHS 6<fc Advertising Kates on Application PW-SS KNOW SOMETHING GOOD ABOUT YOU." '•ng to J. L. vice-president who vifrtted tiie interest of■ Kraft Company are to be CHtfcib'j.slicil in a dozen ^ f towns within 50 mile rudiuK. T he Wichita Falls plant of the the proposal factoi there. In Texa£ the north it is necetfsary tokeepl dairy ctfwa in barw \ from There and t/he next three he In East Texas, with at leas auxiliary pLant jn Whether or not this will' come to whether tjhere will be any [ devejopment of dairying, to five months a yiar, while patf- turage or green forage is out of the quentiion for hn even longer!Pah's| pterfod. As comifred with thl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 September 1927

m ■Vi(, , i Personal and Local Happenings CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT Regular Monthly Meeting Will bo al Fl<t>"d Cafe. kS f 1 ' ,y .4' M :V' I The regular monthly meeting of Naples! Chamber of Commerce, with luncheon, will be at Floyd Cafe Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There is to be discussion and notion on dome matters of im- portance and Jt is hoped every business man in Naples( and others interested in the welfare and upbuilding of Naple^ and surrounding territory -will at- tend this meeting. BIDS WANTED The trustees of Rocky Point School DiJttrict No. 27 .will re- ceive bids for the construction of two 2-teacher school buildings in said district. Buildings to be constructed according to RoSen- wall community school plan No. 20. For plans and particulars* ap- ply at County Superintendent's office. Bids to be in said office before Monday, September 12, 1927. The Board reserve^ the right to reject any and all bids. Will-Arthur Barber,, County Supt. Cass Co. H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 September 1927

■t VTfr , n a y* ■ fV;' Ifes k«! VOLUME 42 P ©rsonalit' NAPLf TEXAS, EPTEMBER 9, J 927 NUMBER 24 IkfcJV i*b*s We seek to bring the PERSONAL element into banking; to have each and every one of our customers feel that the "Farmers State" is truly THEIR BANKING HOME. Farmers State Bank THE FARMERS' FRIEND 1G SURPLUS HERALDS A FIGHT TO CUT TAXES Trmfcury Showing Leads Anti- |. Administration Forces to De- . uianil That Taxes be Reduced. We have now On Exhibition in our store, and will make extra low prices today and Saturday on all Dresses Coats and Hats that were modeled at our style show last night. Come in and ; make your M. N. Heard Wifshingtbn, Sept. 6.—Despite recent reports that increasing Federal expenditures may reduce the prospective ibudget surplus |for the fiscal years 1928 and 1929 j below the earlier estimates it is admitted by nearly all that tax I reduction legislation wiU be 'adopted in the ses'sion eff Con- jgress that convenes) in December, The question still to be an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 September 1927

fykSt 'W**" household hints 5 H P L; *Vv A -3f'-j I -1 ■ When a dress* suit of dark serge Aocomesi shiny with wwr, Sponge it with hot vinegar and press it with hot vinegar and pretfs it in the usualway. No odor of vinegar will remain, the shine will disappear and the material will ba much improved in apear- anee. * By using soapy water when muking starch, clothes will have u glossy appearance and the irons will be less likely to srtick. If you want .candles to las)t half as lohg again as utfual try the following plan: Take earth, candle by the wick and give it a good coating of whitie varnish. Then put the candles away for a day or two to harden. The var- nish prevents the grease from running down, and so preserves the life olf the candle. • • • If gold or silver embroiders and trimmings are kept wrapped ■notl cases in good condition, Sprinkle occasionally with powdered cam- phor. $!* St - 1 • • • Oliver oil aad salt will remove white shots' from furniture. Never leave medicine or k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 September 1927

DON'T GET FRESH BUT- KEEP YOUR CLOTHES 1 HAT WAY- by having them cleaned and pressed by Giles Tailoring Co. mm PHONE 131 and we will call MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED The biggest room in creation, The greatest under the Sun— i lit juh't t,he Room for Improvement '| THE Published BY ter in the Texas, under act March 3, 1879. , hed Every Friday banker and the farm loan board. . . W. R. WATTS ~~ With the approach or the hunt Borond-ciasH mail mat- ^ T'v^f''' n *!!* y;ej oi the United States Depart- postoffice at Naples, J- ^ Asricullurt . dfrecto at- of Congress SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAIl dl Sl.00 SIX MONTHS 60o Advertising Rates on Application TEX A PRESS ROOM improvement to the i. board. I - ■ - -'i No wonder politicians strad- hunt- die the wot isfsue. Mu*t of them a'lip up if they sttand on itr TrTemTs are those who lo Agricl tention to the fact'tlmf under thelyop in spite of all yflur rfuccetrafca. migratory-bird treats-act regula-j •' • '• ' tiontf, administered by that Bu*| A nnob is a pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 September 1927

-J !>■; i ■'if ■ •*- i JWMi. Safe ■, r B SHn Rs ■)&$>>; -:V ■ |f I I I ■ <-,*<. ■ •&' -O X' ' V- *■' ■liKffl h m% 1 . ^ * 1 Personal and Local Happenings Tom Berry of Mt. Pleasant wari in NujjIoh Friday night to see hid pu rents. Its time to make tip those Frocks for school wear from thoso new linens, printa and plain and printed Indian Heads. All fast colors. At A. J. Davis, m J. A. Fitts of Linden died a few days ago. He was a member of Morris County Relief Associa- tion, having joined about two year* ago, and Jost, W. Martin, the secretary, paid Mrs. Fitt^ $1000 Wednesday. This Associa- tion not an expensive one to live in but a remunerative one to die in. Have you joined? Leon Coker is at Bryan's: Mill runnjnf the store for his father, E. A. Coker, who is in Texarkana with his wjfe who underwent an operation. Latesjt reports say she is dojng nicely. M. H. Wurtisbaugh off Jefferson superintendent of the J. & N. W. Ky., wag in Naple^ yesterday. BIDS WANT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 September 1927

aft<£|K44nffiNWi "-B! J VOLUME 42 'ersonality 'mmt H We seek to bring the PERSONAL element into banking; to have each and every one of our customers feel that the "Farmers State" is truly THEIR BANKING HOME. Farmers State Bank THE FARMERS• FRIEND Appreciation We want the people who attended and assisted us in our Style Show last week to know that we appreciate you being there. We realized that the style show would be somewhat tiresome standing, but we put it on this way to save you any admission fee and to give every- body a chance to attend. It necessitates a great amount of work and expense to put on a Style Show, but this is always a pleasure to us when we can exhibit styles for your approval. We again say we appreciate your help and attendance. ? M. N. Heard Mrs. M. N. Heard I Ml t I 1 Ragland & Thigpen SERVICE STATION Tires, Tubes, & Accessories Firestone Tires You get the mileage when you use Fire- stones. Let us put them on your car and save tire trouble. We are ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 September 1927

" '■ ; • ■ / " ' mm SB'S". jfjHK ,v' ,.f: 7iV ' ' .* t'lrl .faBs WSkS- fr". .Mr •" . !wl 1-1 '• jfffy 43 « -v L ' IffiEl Hi KmxP<85HM t • • in k «IL. - Some Special Cooking Hints What Some Housewives Have Found Out About Best Methods in Cooking. Give! the jnaido surface of yourj To make a substitute for whip- oven a coat df aluminum paint Petl cream, place three teaSpoon- and notice how much lighter it makes it. Your baking will then be much easier to watlch. Cakes made with dripping have too distinct a flavor if mutton Jn- stfiad of beef dripping la, usied, also if a teaspoonful of lemon juice has bc^n omitted. Make cakes with beef dripping and add the lemon juice, and no one will know that butter has not been used. ' Cream one-half thle amount of sugar called for in a recipe with shortening, then add two table- spoonfuls of bailing water before Adding the remaining half of the sugar, deducting this from the amount' of liquid called fdr in a recipe. If these directions are follo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 September 1927

w ♦ W&. mf& ftnv- I I DBM? i 1 El * HI BP W ifefc r a :•! —!! WHY PAY MORE? I will gin your cotton for 8oc per hundred pounds gross-lint. Will give you good sample and good turnout. Will buy your cotton seed and pay you the price being paid in streets in Naples at time of buy- ing, saving you the hauling to town. Come to see me V ■■ . . . ■ T. C. LYSTER THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY .... W.R. WATTS Entered as second-class mail mat* ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAH J1.00 SIX MONTHS 60c NAPLES BUSINESS COLLEGE Advertising Rates on Application Pi TEXA COTTON ESTIMATE AND ITS EFFECT Prices Advance Sharply on Gov- ernment Report. S. P. Bajley, president of Ameri- can Business College of Houston, vva:</ in Naples this week jnvesti gating the advisability of open- ing a college jn Naples. He placed his proposition be- fore the business men and his in- vestigation was encouraging, he said, so much so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 September 1927

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