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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 September 1922

I ? ■ S NAPLES MONITOR Hblinhed Kvery Friday ItV ... W . R. WATTS Published ever; and entered h second-class matter in the Poatofflce hi Naj >leh, Texan, under act of t'on- «n-hH March M, 187t>. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR .... $l.iK) SIX MONTHS . . . Wtc Advertising Itulcs on Application The former knitter in said to he; writing his memoirs with ;i lead pencil. That's better than h a word. In out' momenta of calm leHec-j ti"ti we are moved to admit that quarrelling leaders of industry and labor, with all their faults, do about | as well aH statesmen. It appears that the coal miners have won their strike and the oper- ators have gained a fine excuse for boosting prices, and everything is lovely In the coal field i. "If every worker did more than lie is paid to do and every employer paid more than he is compelled to pay, we would have no strikes," opines the Omaha Bee. But would- n't we have the same old rows then, resulting from soreness because neither side would stand for the othe...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 September 1922

A GUARANTY FUND BANK V ' "O '. - m'. ' .• ?%••• ' <v-:- ' • , wm i-mlh'i Vlt are Members of The Depositors (•uaranly I'und of The Slate of Texas. We are always glad lo do a little more than is necessary-to work a little earlier and remain a little later—in order lo give the fullest possible measure to our cus- tom ers. deposit YOUR MON EV IN THIS BANK IlKINC US ALL YtlUK WE WILL aSH THEM. THE FIRST STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank. 300 THE GOOD OLD WAY IS THE SAFEST "V IOC IOC PLENTY OF LOOSE-WILES CANDIES ON ICE hoc Toilet Requisites and Beaulifiers Include everything necessary to the Cure, Health and Beauty of Skin, Hair, Teeth and Person. Each article Supreme for Quality and Daintine . DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES A Complete Line. Give us the opportunity of serving you. OUR PRICES WILL PLEASE. LEEVES BROTHERS '< IOC J . I «. v COHD 'I IR5; BfcST IN THE LONG RON A Genuine SILVERTOWN Conl—30 x i'/j for $13.50 The saint- materials construction ant! workmanship at in ail other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 September 1922

PERSONALS AND LOCALS All tho Leading McCoy's Prug Stort whh appreciated. Waylan Heard i« in Texarkana ox Mrs. S. F. C amp of le\arkana business. was visiting friend* in Naples Sunday __ | and Monday. A nice rain fell Sunday noon, which S. T. Robison and wife ol Tex- ! arkuna were vtoitors in Naples part W. W. Harwell spent a few hours 'ttHt week. with hie family Sunday, j We noticed quite a number of Mian I.oia Harwell visited in Texar 1 *ws connt \ people in town tiad kana a few days of last week. i '"*■ Saturday. at. j M : Ins her mo' visiting in j Je — - R. W Harwell of Commerce was in our city Saturday and Sunday to Mrs. T. C. Wickenden of Dallas see hid parents S. A. Harwell and visited in the city Sunday. ! wife. l''or Congress, First District! Kugene Black, re election. lies Springs IS! Clew Wise of Hughes springs was lu our city a few hours Sunday. Misses Delomia and Bessie Gibson visited in Omaha Saturday and Sun- W. B. Moore went to Texarkana Sunday afternoon to resume his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 September 1922

if dpi VOLUME XXXVII FUND OP $3,000 IS FLEDGED EOK EVENT Last Day of I he Fair Is To Be Dedicated To Veteran* Of World War. The executive committee of tlu* National Women's Party will meet in Washington Nov. 11 and 1 Si. The conference will push upon the pro- gram for the year, including legia- lation to be a.iked of congress and the various Stute Legislatures. NAPLES, TEXAS, BOLL WEEVIL EATS t'DAY. conor Number of bfdc T r r C01 TON '«• up to noooiKyr 11'rice ' SEPTEMBER 22, 1922 OVER $1,000,000 TO BE SPENT BY T & P i JPORT. Wived atNap- I'niay. 14(>a 20 to 21c We are requested to announce that Dr. J. J. Cloar, pastor of the First Baptist church of Texarkana, lVxarkana, lexus, Sept. IS. wj|| preach in the Baptist church at At ft meeting of merchants andj Naples Monday night, SejJt. 25, 7- business men, held at the Texarfcana ;m. Everybody invited to come and Chamber of Commerce Thursday, it |hear him. was definitely decided to hold the' Texarkana District Fair Nov. 9, 10 MET...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 September 1922

w ■ DON'l IP4 | ® ■Mr . :HESH I *1X IM*1 Ij$ ■ " : WJSSmi >. : El '#■ ■ h,. THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY .... W. U. Vv ATI'S Published every Friday and entered an aectmd cUmh matter in the l'oatofllce at Naples, Texan, under act of Con greaa March 8, 1K79. SUBSCRIPTION t>ME YEAH .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS . . . 60e Advertising Kates on Application PROFITABLE IN FORMATION Then- is going to bo aoine mighty good ami profitable reading in the advertising columns of this paper this fall and winter. We would suggest to our readers that they read all the advertisements in each issue to keep posted on what the merchants of Naples are offering as an inducement for you to give them your trade. The merchants here are making preparations to offer special induce- ments to the trade, and it is expected that Naples will do more business this season than it has for several years. The merchants are awake to the importance and far-reaching effect of newspaper advertising, and they al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 September 1922

WE ' *&!■: Condensed Report of the Condition of THE FIRST STATE BANK OF NAPLES, TEXAS At the do** of business September 15, )92'/ Rendered pursuant to the call of the State Bank Con RESOURCES Loans and Discounts. Furniture and Fixtures int. Dep. Guaranty Fund Asst. Dep. Guaranty Fund U. S. Government Bonds Taxes Paid Cash $42,736.14 Call Loans 14,009.57 Exchange . 2,320.36 Total Resources . $61,841.91 4,208.76 900,00 891..m 7,285.21 1,058.50 $59,066.07 $124,731.96 Hie Above Statement is Correct. SAMUEL HEATH, Cashier. THIS BANK IS A MEMBER #F THE DEPOSITORS' GUARANTY FUND OF THE STATE OF TEXAS i i i nmifsioner. LIABILITIES Capital Stock Undivided Profits Hands Deposited . NAPLES DIRECTORY. T 980,000.00 1,874.59 0,750.00 BILLS PAYABLE „NONE DEPOSITS ... Total Liabilities $86,107.37 $124,731.96 LARGE ENOUGH TO PROTECT YOU SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU 100% SAFETY 100% ■Lodges A. K & A' M No. 874 meets third Thursday night in esch month. M. Callaway, Perry ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 September 1922

— PERSONALS AND LOCALS democratic nominees ft Hi IP I® if ■ Mrl H"W '■ I ■ 1 Ht I I sue: l& i I All the Leading McCoy's Drug Store, Magazines at O.K. lioliiaon wiih in Pittsburg ,<,,>r r«'>Kr" «. I'lrst Olstrict SuiulaV. Eugene I Slack. reelectloi Distrii Mrs: Stokes ami daughter of I'ain- •rrteld were in Naples Wednesday. Eor cotton seed hulls and meal Hee Sam Hobison. Constable Jess Henderson of Ointi- ha was in Naples Saturday. Win. Allison of Mt. Pleasant was a visitor in Naples last week. Heat Urink.t in Town Best Prices in Town. McCoy's 1 i'ug Store. Jim VVommack, rural carrier out of Marietta, was in Naples Sunday. Kead Brownlee's Add. Rex Walla, who is located at Ter- rell, was here a few days this week. H. M. Farrier of Omaha was in Naples a few hours Saturday even- ing. n, A. J. Davis has a full line of men's work shirts overalls and khaki trousers. Dr. J. W. Lewis is able to be at his office again, after a long absence on account of sickness. lV.r Represent L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 September 1922

itionitor. SEPTEMBER 29, 1922 n f> VOLUME XXXVII NAPLES, TEXAS, TURKS BEHEADED AND SHOOT 900 PERSONS SOTIO ('L' I'uuri noon. iotn Ln. Zone. iNeutr NUMBER 9'A ,,i MISS U Mcasacre of Uigha Population! Reported by Refugees. London, Sept. 27,—A few per- sons who escaped to the town of Dardanelles, south of Churtak, from Bigha assert that the Christian population in Biglm was massacred by hands of Turks, some of them in uniform, who entered the town five days ago, says a dispatch to the Times from Constantinople. They seized all the Greeks and Americans, numbering about 900, and beheaded some and shot the re- mainder. It is hoped that tho stories are exaggerated, the dispatch adds, but news from Brusa and elsewhere in Anatolia indicate that all the irregu- lrrs are out of hand. Challenge to British Empire. Describing the position at Chanak, a dispatch to the Times Says: "The situation here is harder. Tho Turks who reoecupied Eron Keui are showing a determined attitude and it is eviden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 September 1922

w. fth i I '-4 • b I ■ BBS®.-! I ill 4 'ff- ■H ipsssisp ,1^1.. ■ I'?"": P'W H'S Jfe I Wmw® I .wgf'ii W$WmI MRpi ®;.i S Pi:# mt.: • -|f IF inc. NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY ... . W. R. WATTS MM I I * l M > ♦♦♦ •! IHIH n * >♦ ♦♦♦ MAN, DEAD FOR HOUR, TREATY OF SEVRES r _____ A.. — ■_ _ m/v . frin o aonnnnoi looananoc Published every Friday und entered •a second-clans matter in the Poatofflce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March !t, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . SIX MONTHS $1.00 r 0c . Advertising Rates on Application HEAVY TRADE EXPECTED The merchants of Kaplee are \ making preparation for an immense trade this fall and winter. They j have bought large stocks of goods! with the expectation of bringing an | increased value of trade to Naples ' by offering the very lowest prices | mailt- possible by careful and dis- criminate buying. You are going to make a mistake if you do not use Naples as your trading point. The merchants here have made up their minds to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 September 1922

Li. ■ H I m ^ A | Better Goods at the Same Price' ▲tk NAPLES DIRECTORY. JURY LIST i ? n T 1 T ♦% iJmKJH • Yol.'„u.se KOfldste our line, but do you use the best that theft price will buy. I hi'fc are three important points to consider " w en yon buy. First, the quality of the article. Second, the appearance and third, the price. In all these essential points, as well as in others we aim to serve you conscientiously and with perfect satisfaction. We have on display, ready for your inspection New Furniture Windows and Doors Sewing Machines | Cooking Stoves and Heaters Our stock of UNDERTAKERS' - GOODS never was so complete, including Hetalic and Cement Caskets. N. M. Roberts & Co. LODCCS A. F. & A' M. No. 674 meet* Thursday night in ee< li month. I M. Rsllnway, Perry Moore, , ; ff M Secretary. Hearn Lodge No," Mb f. O. 0. F. meets second and fourth Monday nights in each month. near Mc Michael Bud Hampton, N. G, Secretary. Eastern Star meets necond and fourth Tuesday nights j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 September 1922

K, c. ami .if Texark*nm was in Nanh Miturdav. N. M. Calloway of Atlanta | l^or (taigrent, Kirst (Mitriel lOugene Htuck, re-elect>'> < \v lit' Frank Morris >'f Ti in Naples Sunda\ with frier,'/ or I Kor Representative, 82 District. Lloyd F. Price iSmim KW filAV. I onder t.w, r«ci, Pleasant this week Mib. E. J. 1 elise Stewart m WliiVlM f* • t f f t V ▼ ▼ ▼ W f HEARD l«f gjpap! • . *>???'• |,U fe <, ' V • 'JHf.jtjs 5"% •' • a.r&%4BMwwIXUI 0. A. Lundu> way Sunday aiul Monday. i For District Clerk; . , Oswald C. Freeman 1 cxarkana ■ , Kor Justice of the l'caee, Precinct 4: S. A. Harwell. Misses Fey and Felice Martin j For Commissioner, Precincts 4 ami 6: P flS m Hi m w m 1 ill II I I ■ ■ I ■ $ > I ■ ■'. vmst visited in Tcxarkana this week. We have it At the right price McCoy'a Drug Store. 1 Mrs. W. H. Rand of Sulphur Springs ia visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. U. Perry and Miss Annie May Cole motored to Texar- kana and returned one day la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 September 1922

SUPPLEMENT TO THE NAPLES MONITOR TOM RENFRO, 53, LOSES LIFE OVER LAND LENE FUSS 5am Bruton, 33, is Charged With Shooting of a Gregg County Citizen. Longview, Texas. Sept. 5.—Tom Renfro, 53, an old citizen of Gregg county, was killed this morning as he sat with a group of old settlers in the shade of an old tree in the Gregg county courthouse yard. Sam liruton, 33 is in jail charged with the murder. The two men lived on adjoining farms five miles north of Longview and had been on bad terms for some lime as the result of an old dispute concerning land lines, it is reported. Shortly after Renfro joined the ;croup it was said liruton drove to a rack a short distance away, hitch- fd his team, took a shotgun from his wagon and walked toward the men. He stopped a few steps from them and fired over the heads of the other men, the entire charge striking Renfro in the breast above the heart. THE IMPROVEMENTS. The brick work on theC. F. Floyd brick i completed. The Smith-Watts bricks next to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1922

"Wt> JiAflW* * VOLUME XXXVII NAPLES, TEXAS,* (I/AY, OCTOBER 6, 1922 JURY LIS T monitor NUMBER 24 SOROSIS SECOND LESSON. Green Mansions by Hudson. Leader— Mrs. Joseph Martin. Grand .furors for thdOctober term Roll call Current fiction. !°' district court (,f Morris Cou- Study Guide—A romance of love j "'"V' and nature symbolizing perhaps F Bedell, CF Floyd, Luther the striving of the spirit of ' >avie-s' '' Stevens, W M Davis, man for pure beauty. jO V Richardson, G A Moore, J M Questions. Dumas, C M Forsyth, 0 B Connor, 1—W. H. Hudson-the man and J M Williams, G E Cason, Jas. L his work-Mrs. Joseph L. Mar- Butted, E W Dycus, It I) Freeman, tjri J Brad Held. 2—What is the difference between ! * pure romance and novel? Petit Jurors for the First week Why is the former more difficult to ^he October term, to appeal' on the write in the present age? 24th day of October A. D. 1! 22, at 8—What is the difficulty in sustain- •' H- m- "'clock. ing the interest in the form of B B Montgom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1922

m t®fl itfy'i wis liiliS Iff"--1 HHHgfc ' - ®K&a ■;'*v THE BY NAPLES MONITOR \iblinhed Every Friday . . . W. R. WATTS I ►Wt"! I l">>♦♦♦♦< Published every Friday and entered am aecond-claaa matter in the Puatofflce at Naples, Texna, under act of Con- gress March 8, 1879. The Shoe Doctor i i <>f the peopl or of the bo< we keep in view, the shoo. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR . SIX MONTHS . ' . 51.00 I Advertising Rates on Application HASTY CONCLUSIONS job Iliu ll\ JOE SAPPJNOTON. . iMiiclu. Hin.H lilivt> been the cause of more sorrow to the human family than war, pestilence and famine. Acting upon the impulse of the moment has caused me great gobs «f trouble from life's rosy morn till its autumn leaves were tinged with gold. Most of us are ready to take things forgranted without investigation. Acting ha- stily on tirst impression was the cause of ray losing the larger part of the tail and ripping the leg of u good $7.50 auit, while going through a barbed wire fence on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1922

m mm C- r " . .jn # a Charter No. 71!M Reserve District No. 11 Report of the Condition of The Morris County National Bank At Nnples, in The State of Texas, at the close of business on Sept. 15. 1922 | RESOURCES. Loans unil discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bunk $201,77«i.50 Total Loans $201,776.60 Overdrafts, unsecured 2,116.90 (J. S. Government Securities owned; Deposited to secure circulation (U. S bonds par value) Total Other bond*, stock., .ecuritiea, etc., 40,000.00 Banking House, $7,000.00; Furniture and Fixtures, $760.00 Real estate owned other than banking house ... Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank ('ash in vault and amount due from national batiks Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States (other thun Items 8, 9, and 10) Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than item 12) - - Total of Items 9, 10, 11,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 October 1922

UQ COTTON REPORT. Number of bulon of cotton received up to yesterday noon. PERSONALS AND LOCALS democratic nominees A BUSY WEEK 1'irnt District: R]«ck. re-election >0 to 2 Br on. lnivc 1'rico, bhigeni Hubbard Wright ami family were in Naiiiew from OiiihIiu SaiunlaN r or Keprt-Bf I For Sheriff P. S. KllinglBS^Si Cooper visited his sister, Mrs. S. H. Story, in Napl last week iHWillll (• .luaticc* ot the P Harwell For CiMiiiniunioiicr. Precinct* 4 and tf: it at tiie right McCoy's Uruir Slme Mrs. Pei Beulah Lawhon den this week. Lawhon and Miss visiting at Lin- Cotton W< il m ft Miss Nora Mayhaw visited her brother at Corbondale from Satur- day until! Monday. Try the Drug Store first. Lewven Bros. Mrs. Grady Farrier of Omaha wan visiting her mother. Mrs. Mc- Coy. in Naples last week. Mrs. Melvio Hall, Mrs. Oacar Hall Mrs. — Hall of Omaha were shopping in Naples Saturday. Sam Robison is now ready to furnish you with fresh hulls and meal. L. E. Price and J. F. Howell of Daingertield...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 October 1922

1 VOLUME X NAPLES, TEXAS. Condensed StAtement of Condition of the Morris $Countu National Bank • . !"""07 ' ' - ♦ Naples, Texas. Close of Business October 11, 1922 YOUNG'S MOTION FOR "A FRIEN WRIT IS OVERRULED ANO Waco Man Sought Mandamus Action To Place His Name On Ticket. X OCTOBER 13, 1922 v v %* ♦> ^ •> ♦> •> •> ♦> <j ♦♦♦ ♦> «g ♦> mm EARCH URE" PLAN Mcticv? Amid Teat Uarrtn{; utt l iquor on foreign SIiip . I f ❖ x ;>• iH RESOURCES Call and Time Loans Over draft .... Banking House arid Fixture* -jj/f. U. S. Bonds .... Stocks and School Bonds Real Estate Cash and Exchange •4* Total LIABILITIES SlR7,(?22.4r> 1,679.88 7,500.00 71,300.00 ^ 1,950.00 625,00 88,874.87 824,561.70 CLARK'S PLEA DENIED I I New York, Oct. II. OfHcialf of I the Cunard lit"- uKuunced tonight ^ ——— that they hoi launched steps to Y | Action in Latter Case, in Effect, { hrintf a test cane in thf United J States Supremo Cilpi of the ruling 1 2 Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 October 1922

- THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday BY .... W. R. WATTS COUNTY COMMISSIONER ELECT IS FOUND DEAD. Pittsburg, Texas, Oct. 7.—W. T. Laney, 62 yeara old, long a well- known citizen of Pittsburg and np Oountv, wan found dead in bed at his home in this city this morning. He had experienced symp- toms of heart trouble on former oc- casions. Mr. Laney was a retired farmer md County Commissioner-elect. He is survived by his wife and four children^^H Published every Friday and entered as second-class matter in the Poetofflce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con greatt March 3.1879. Watch. Clock, Gun, Type- d Sewing M SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR sia MONTHS we aepairer NAPLES. Application nor ni*iit i ditch NOTED BRIDGE BUILDER FOUND DEAD IN ROOM Dr. C. D. NAPLES, TEXAS bounty Bank Building PHONES Office 15 Residence 168 Wichita Falta, Texas, Oct. 6.— Frank W. McCabe, nationally-known railroad and bridge builder, who has played an important part in the rail road development of the Southwest, wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 October 1922

m • • r°" c> :duco: 3< anaaci GO TC aOB0 o H. L McNUKNEVS g|; | . for Kind Treatment, Quick Delivery Fresh Groceries AT AU. TIMES HHHi nd Percals This Week IL Get my Prices, They are Right H. L. McNurneys Cash Store Seeks LABOR SHORTAGE HITS All LINES f Man Cover Unemployment Vaniahes i Cry Rises for Skilled and Unskilled Men. nd OC aoaHnnor:: saoocj a a aoc no "TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST" Everything in Drugs and Druggists Sundries: I We are prepared to fill your prescriptions, as our prescription ! department is complete, In every respect, of the best Drugs the ! market can afford. Each and every prescription will be filled !! exactly as written by your phyrV.ian. Toilet Requisites ami Beaiitifiers Include everything necessary to the health and beauty of skiti. hair, teeth and person, -Each {irtlcle supreme for quality and 1 daintiness. WE CARRY A COMPLETE 1.) £* 15 OF CIGARS. ('It iARETTKS, tobacco and candies. Cold Drinks a Specialty. Give us the opportunity of sen .;• y.-u O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 October 1922

. •' M Mm ijfkfiS1 iKI 'vS^tKS: ., P ■' ".v. ■■ I 1 PHi :, PERSONALS AND LOCALS democratic nominees For Congi Rutr< Bob Gibson wna in CookviU« Ft day and Saturday of last week. Full blood Friereon-Holsteln malt', ^ or I 10 months old. N. M. Roberta. A. B. Gallaway and wife attended For 5 the State Fair at Dallas this week.; Leeves Bros, have it. For I Get one of thoBe sewing machine!' from N. M. Roberts & Co. while i Po* J they are going at cost. Mesdames J. D. Rollings, J. P. Bedell and J. C. Walker were Mt. Lie , i 2 Pi I rict' Pleasant visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Morris O'Tyson of Mount Pleasant visited her mother, Mrs. Oscar McMichael, here Wednesday. Donald Kennedy, who has a po- sition with the Express Co. at Homer, La., was at home Saturday and Sun- day. Miss Lena Mary Lunday spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. She is attending school in Texarkana. FOR SALE—Grafonoia, cabinet style, practically new. Good selec- tion of records. See T. B. Peek, Omaha, Texas. N. M. R...

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