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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 October 1922

* m K ■i. if VOLUME XXXVII MAYFIELD DENIED SUSPENSION ORDER Appelate Court "Without Warrant to Issue Writ as Sought," Opinion Says Motion to suspend the hearing in the Thirteenth District Court at Corsicana, in which efforts are be- jng made to keep the name of Earle B. Mayfield, candidate for the United States Senate, off the ballot in the general election, was denied Wednesday afternoon in a decision handed down by Chief Justice George Sergeant in the Fifth Court of Civil Appeals at Dallas. The opinion was written by As- sociate Justice Dexter Hamilton and concurred it) by Chief Justice Ser- geant and Associate Justice R. M. Vaughan. Luther Nickels and W. W. Nelms attorneys representing parties filing the motion to have the case din- missed by tho Court of Ap[<eata, were in Corsicana Wednesday, try- ing their case there, when the opin- ion was rendered in Dallas, Mem- bers of the Attorney General's Department were also in Corsicana, pending action in the Dallas court. WOULD ASC...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 October 1922

$1%; Mi'"! kI the naples monitor HEAT KILLS POISON l'ubliehcd Every Friday w- «• WATT8| IN CANNED FOODS Published every oh StiCOlld-cltthH irittttl ut Naples, Texas, undi1 (frees March % 187'J. Con- SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAU . SIX MONTHS nuMtive investigation over I of aeveral years l>.v the I school nt' Harvard, the i memcal hciuki «j*l J ki | _. (Jnlvera'tv of California and Loland t>oc Advertising Kates on Application FREED OF MURDER. HELD FOR BRIBERY Stanford university, in cooperation with the United States Public Health ] ha* lit avoide nt of heatir >c 'termined that the known an botulism' d by the projier Now Facet l'wo-Year Pri* Term After Acquittal for Slaying*. Abilene, Tex.,—John Beal Sneed, millionaire cowman, gun fighter and chief figure in the noted Boyce-Sneed feud, in which every time a Sneed shot a Boyce fell, today is wonder- ing why fate should prove ironical. Acquitted of the various killings n which he has been the man on the business end of the gun, he fac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 October 1922

?!/?&■ accannoi accannnoc GO TO =j WOMAN SLAYS TWO, AIDED BY MOTHER * FOR Kind Treatment, Quick Delivery Fresh Groceries AT ALL TIMES Special on Ginghams and Percals This Week Get my Prices, They are Right H. L. McNurney's Cash Store and with one blow finished the deed begun by her daughter. The first crimo hud been commit- ted without the knowledge of any- one, but the killing of Romie was I Thursday night in ; known to Meda's two brothers, Lee Never Heard of God in the j and Robert Dudgeon. These knew lit was "agin the law," so they called in a friend, a farm hand, named Robert Bennett. NAPLES DIRECTORY. third Swamps, . Only Defense She Offers aonannoi tooaaaaoi 30 Jl "TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST" jj Everyihw? m Drws and Druggists Sundries i We are prepared \e fill your prescriptions, as our prescription department wwplofce,- in every respect, of the best Drugs the market Can afford, iiaeh and every prescription will be filled exactly an written by your physician. Toilet 'ies a i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 October 1922

■ A\ v3 W ' yvPm ■ DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES PERSONALS AND LOCALS Cornett New# ■?!Vi SHsa&l'Kt HHPWS WANTED Five or six good mep to do phone work here in and around Naples apply to T. M. Fuqua. Mrs. Clara Lindsey Springs is visiting Mrs this week. of Sulphur Jim Dennis Mrs. Lena Moore, who is staying in ElPaso where her children are at- tending school, came in Sunday morning and will spend several days with her husband, H. R. Moore. Edgar Pressley and wife are re- joicing over the arrival of a fine girl who arrived Monday night. Syrup Davis' bucket* 8 cts at A. J. A. J. Davis will Bell you syrup buckets, while his preterit stock lasts, at 8 cts each. MRS. J. O. BUTLER INJURED' At the Mutt and Jetf show here Wednesday night a tier of seats fell seriously injuring Mrs. J. 0. Butler in the hip and back. Mr. Butler accompanied by Dr. Win. Smith, carried her to a sanitarium at Tex- arkana yesterday afternoon to have an xray examination to determine the extent of the injuries. We did not le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 October 1922

<r ■ I J 4% c VOLUME XXXVII My Furniture pfc has arrived and is now on display in my show rooms. Come and inspect it and get my prices. Remember, I am giving 5% reduction on all Furniture sold this week. B. X FLOYD NAPLES, TEXAS, FRI1 HUMBLE WORK IS RESUMED FLAPPER GOT IN OCTOBER 27, 1922 NUMBER 27 i JURY RETIRED AT NINE AFTFR HARD ALL DAY SESSION Eo reman Reported io Lair in Afternoon None of Question up. 1 is good for conversational purpose? and a great, relief alter Einstein, ; Marconi and other deep subjects on which jthey have had to appear i intelligent. The new process is as simple as it is effective. Two brass rods are ! pushed into the earth several feet Court apart, with a wire attached to the visible end of each running to an ! ordinary telephone magneto. As i j soon as a current: is generated hv 1 i turning the crank a few times the j Corsicana, Texas, Oct. 25 —Thirty ((grth begins to crack and shiver ir, i hours have passed since the jury' a migiature earthquake, whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 October 1922

I * til ill I < -i i SI THE NAPLES MONITOR Publitthod Every Friday BY . . W. U. WATTS Published every Friday and entered •a sooond-clasM matter in the Postofflce at Naples, Texua, under act of Con great* March 3, 1879. " SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . . . $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 50c Advertising Rates on Application Soil Improvement. During the week of Nov. (ith to 11th there will be conducted the moat important series of agricultural meetings of their kind ever under- taken in the southern states the Beries of meetings being known as the East Texas Soil Improvement Campaign and which will be con- ducted in thirteen counties of FJast and Northeast Texas during this week. . These meetings will be held out in the iield and will prove of vast interest to every farmer iu the coun- ty. Such an opportunity as this seldom comes to the door of the farmer and full advantage should be taken of this meeting when it reaches your community. Practical soil analysis that will enable the farmer to tell for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 October 1922

mm H i w$> f! sasaHKfeg Mt * . loonnaoi aooaaaaoi GO TO T R L McNURNEY'S FOR d Treatm ant, Quick Delivery Fresh Groceries AT ALL TIMES L Special on Ginghams and Percals This Week Get my P: sees, Tlxey are Right H. L McNurney's Cash Store 2 oc S0QE3E3E30I 10OE3CXE3C30E =D i « I > I *HM I i "TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST" ! Everything in Drugs mi Druggists Sundries i i We are prcjwircd to fill your prescriptions, as our prescription department is eorrplete, in every respect, of the best Drugs the market can afford Each find every prescription will be filled exactly as written by your physician. Toilet Requisites and Beautifiers Include everything- tkcwsary to the health and beauty of skin, hair, teeth and person. Each article supreme for quality and daintiness. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF CIGARS, CIGARETTES. TOBACCO AND CANDIES. Cold Drinks a Specialty. Give us the opportunity of serving you. Our prices will please. LEEVES BROTHERS OVERLAND! New Prices Effective Now Overland Touring ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 October 1922

Comett News. Kobi risen ol folks iienr |L H ! >avis i new Kor Contfrwn, First District: l'Xifirene Black, re-election. For Representative, 82 District; Lloyd E. Price. For Sheriff; Ponder. ionie of W S have be •k attei lown i Prices iarton l>rw wilt* in .newsion iriderstand I transacted. ... nrday nigr very lit- •* I &ai&8 6- v'."' a-' m i ivr„ DU3 I! n,■, VilllCt1 all the hulls and menl 1 f before another ad- Sam Robison. I For District Clerk; Oswald C. Freeman Kor Justice of the Peace. Precinct 4: S. A. Harwell. j For Commissioner, Precincts 4 and 6: S. A. Harwell. For CcttuC Weigher. Precinct 4. . - . ! Melvin Smith Ilic Era Sparks spent Sat-j |J| in th home of W. S. {For Tax Assessor; G. D. Hart •al from thi> place went to last Wednesday night to the 'JVo automobile thieves received the surprise of their lives early Mon- day morning1 when they attempted to remove a wheel from an automo- bile on Pacific avenue, near North Iiarwood, and the blue-coated form ' of P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 November 1922

&y*U< A -Xp' «-/W/ s* ■ • I - ®Jje Naples it^omfor. . —1 -3lSi—* - VOLUME XXXVII NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922 NUMBER 28 THE MAYFIELD MUDDLE. Austin, Texas, Oct. 27.—The Tex- as Supreme Court answered, at 7 o'clock tonight, that the parties bringing suit against Earle B. May- field to keep his name off the gen-1 1 Are you Interested in Your Governor Welfare. The arrangements for the Soil Improvement Campaign have been completed. Farms at which the livering to election clerks or judges fieldmeetings will be held have been nny ballots or printed matter con-1 decided upon and are as follows: tainingtho name of Earl U. Mayfield j g, n. Hultsman's farm near Cen- as candidate for the Senate. ter Point school house 0-11 a. m. In addition to making permanent! [>(,e(( Berry's farm 1 and J miles Neff to Make dresses. eral election ticket were not tbt the temporary injunction to keep eaB( „f Naples 1-!J p. m. proper parties. The motion for Mayfield's name off the ticket, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 November 1922

* • • IS bbk firife., 1 ai r SeSSii ii.«,v: I iiife [ . m ' 1 HwBS" ■ BpS &V®r S .. the naples monitor woman joins her Published Every rriday BY W. It. WA Tl husband in death Will Change Names of 275 Fort Worth Streets. Published every Friday and entered •a Beeotid-cSsHa matter in the Poatoffiee at Naples, Ti'/i*j, under act of Con- gress March 3, 1879. ovv SIX iUBSCKTPTlON 'nf; Kates on Application LOSS AND GAIN. Th&rc is a man in this town who has nothing hut ancient anil tried records for his talking machine, fhere are songs there among his collection that sonio people say have whiskers on them, but we take not- ice they have never will be l>eaten ■ they never will be beaten—such song,* ivH "Last. Hose of Summer," "Killarney,'' "Ren Bolt," "Comin' Through the Bye," etc. Some of the late "jazz" would strangle a goat. The old songs beat 'em a mile.— Stanford Leader: Loss of Mother And Husband Proves Unbearable for Galveston Woman. ie upie, Pes as, Oct. idtr The loss of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 November 1922

u I RHMRVfaB ■■J. r aosciaraoc: GO a( rr In | _ "$P I I j m wl IRNFYS ■=jj MAYFIELD'S NAME IS ORDERED ON BALLOT o n Kind 1 , ..mm." ■ i • r i 1 Vll'O OI I It AT AL Special on Get my Prices, They are Right nMMM Iff RT J ¥3/ S,y 91VF* 791 - USs iiStr*?, aoi 301 it "««y«. 4 a."..t. -.j,.' FTTTVTTT'tT 'r TV "TRY THE D We are prepared to till your pKscriptions, as our prescription department is complete.. in ew-ry iv-poet, « f the beat Drugs the market can afford. K ch :;tid «ver.v prescription will be filled exactly as written )>y your phyi~.c(un. Toilet Bie^uisifes and Beautiliers Include everything ne.v ,,ry to the health and beauty of kUiji, hair, teeth and person. -nrti.'-ie supreme forfjualitv nnd daintiness. WE CARRY A C'(>MIMJTi'" i IN!' OKC1CARS,CfUARETlRS, ToRAcCO ;\'|i CAMDIES. Cold Prinks a Specialty. Give us the opportunity of serv LEEVES ■w-w Fakes Action Upon Ad- of Genera! Keeling. (qp, Oct. 28.—Without ilvices from the Dalian lis, but upon the it o cIock this morni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 November 1922

t ,., r,„. *i UI >U*ri ^ . 'P *5a7®i#: " t; ' ' ■ ' ' _ '"V ''' lllil 1 UK vrnwm locals «.>■* L. of «SB H • „ „ iHK roflH Kirnt District: or Re iwpreaeniunv Llovd I For Sheriff; lV(f, .1 j VV «|( Is. We not Hughes „ i j—Myrtle Watson Music—Miss H attie Vlsaering. eadiiig—OJetta Hampton. Song 48—Boys and (iicls BSM ■ — Scout Talk—Wamba Stel ieraon-Holateinmale, v iolin Solo—Randolph W N. M. Roberts. Reading—-Beroice i lt nr<l — Male Quartet wles of El-; Reading—Manola Strickland. . 9 J. B. Ponder. For District Clerk; Ocwald C. Freeman For Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4: S. A. Harwell. For Commissioner, Precincts 4 anil 6: S. A. Harwell. r Cotton Weigher, Precinct 4, Melvin Smith For Tax Assessor; G.D. Hart Dorado, Ark., w nesbay were in Naj veiling. I eu-! t iano Mauri ne Leevt Duet—Loveil Hampton and For County Treasurer: R, E, (Dick) Moore BW'S ;• ■ Best Drinks in Town Best Prices Town. McCoy's Drug Store. Mrs. J. C. Walker, Mrs. J. B. j Watts, Mrs. Flay Mathews and Fred...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 November 1922

'I !-«- ■v': ■■ i Tlff-I ■ ■ I ®!)c JCap I .^TKaffSinW VOLUME XXXVII MAYFIELD LEADS BY 112,818 OVER PEDDY Cornett News. 286,614 Votes are Tubulated From 211 Counties in State, 32 Complete. Earle B. Muyfleld had a majority of 112,878 over George Poddy for United States Senator in returns from 211 counties, including thirty- two complet e, when I he Texan Elec- tion Bureau made its final tabula- tion tonight. Forto counties have not reported, hut. their voting strength is light ciornpnred with that of counties already reported. The vote accounted for in this race is 284,914. ft is probnbl#1 that the total vote will not exceed 400,000 and that Mnytield's final majority will be in the neighborhood of 125,- 000. Governor NefT's majority over W. H. Atwell (Rep.) climbed to Ifil,- 623 today. Only 243,:ir 7 votes have been accounted for in this race. Many counties did not report on the | govereorship, which accounts in j part for the difference of 41,246 in the totals of the two races. Tota...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 November 1922

f': /: L 'A " *Tv L&t J / THE NAPLES MONITOR Publibhod Every Friday UY .... W. It. WATTS Published every Friday and entered oh second class matter in the Poatofllce at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3,1879. , EW"' —t $75,000 FIRE BURNS K GIRLS LOSE LIVES THREE WAREHOUSES IN FACTORY FIRE LOVES NEW AND OLD SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... $1.00 SIX MONTHS ... 60c Advertising Rates on Application PROGRAM of Educational Meet to be held at Rocky Branch Saturday, Nov. U. ' 10-10:30—Program by pupil* of Rocky Branch school. 10:80-10:45—Devotional exerciser. Rev. H. B.Smith, Palngerfield. 10:45-10:50—Welcome address, J. L. Mason, Rocky Branch school. 10:50-11:20—The Basket Ball Tour- • nament and Interscholastic league, Miss Blanch Park, Omaha. 11:20-11:30—Texas State Teachers' Association, Mrs. E. O. Bryan, Naples. 11:80-11:40—Permanent Fund of T. S. T. A., C. T. Speed, Dainger field. 11:40-12—Club work, W. R. Mor- gan, County Agen(. 12-12:30—Round Table Discussion, "Plans for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 November 1922

JO Tt c f" "Tjoonnonoi One of Them, 53 Yenrit old, had Served 12 Years for Robbery in 1900. =g TWO TRAIN ROBBERS Get my prbis on Groceries s KILLEDIN MISS0UR1 and I save you big money. A new shipment of men's work shoes just received. Before you buy come in and let me show them to you, and you will carry a pair home with you. Fresh car Flour and Feed just arrived. H. L. McNurney's Cash Store H=XOE aocnaaoi aooaannoi J III1IIIHI1IIIMUI 1 YOU WILL FIND Everything In j DRUGS and SUNDRIES, SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS and CHINAWARE AT LEEVES brothers ***** *********************** Wittenburg, Mo,, Nov. 4—Jack I Kennedy, "the quuil hunter," vet- • cran Missouri train robber, and Harvey Logan, former railroad man, I ware shot and killed early yesterday ! 1 by officem after they had robbed a | moil car on a southbound Frisco j passenger train, The stolen mail..1 about 100 registered letters, were recovered,# The inspectors said they had no way of estimating the amount of j money in the letters whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 November 1922

■:ir Mr PERSONALS AND LOCALS Mrs. G. It. Uiieti ami >'ibiting in our city froti •hildren Mnruhr Full blood Frierson-Holsteln male, 10 months old. N. M. Roberta. W. W. Harwell was o Texarkana spending Sun his family. er fr< best Drinks in Town Best Prices in Town. McCoy's Drug Store. ay' Tomorrow is Armistice day, but we know of no celebration of any kind to take place in Naples. Dalton Dots. Dalton, Nov. 8.~"The ri night waft very nice, only bad fallen. Alvin Irvin un left Saturday nil Miss Emma 1 SpringB fa visiti El vera Hampton. A, W. Hampton and wife are visiting friends in Bowie county this week. Mist* Cora Lee Dainels was the; oI her cousin, Ennis Hill, For d Miss Gladys Tuck rht for Dallas, umpkin of Hughes ic Misses Lora und DEMOCRATIC Congress, First Eugene Black, nisi re- For Representative, 32 District; Lloyd E. Price. For Sheriff; J. B. Ponder. For District Clerk; Oswald C. Freeman Better buy all the hulls and meal you will need before another ad- vance. Sam Robiso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 November 1922

7 .'T^ * _Jr- VOLUME XXXVII HORACE VAUCHAN IS DEAD IN HIS HONOLULU HOME Found With Bullet Wound !n Neck And Revolver By ' I Ua Sidr L0N(i PROMINENT MAN Many Years Resident of Tcxur- liana Served in Various Public Posts With Distinction. Honolulu. Nov. II).—Former Fed- eral Judge Horace W, Vaughn wan found dead in his home here today with a bullet wound in hia iteek an.) a revolver i y hid side. He had been ill six weeks with a nervous breakdown. Mrs. Vaughan, who was in (he yard, heard a shot arid rushed back ■ into the house to find her husband dead. Police declared it was a ease of suicide, the result they believed of continued ill health and brooding over the death of a son, an army officer who vvaa killed in an air- plane accident in the canal zone ab.mt two yearsago. Prominent in N«*rth <ttt Texa* Horace W. Vaughan, reported dfead at his home in Honolulu, for msny years a resident of Texarkana, was a prominent figure in the social and political life of northeast Texas for a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 November 1922

/■ > MONITOR i''rida_ W. 11. WATTS NAPLES Published Kver ruhliMhea every Friday and entt k.M second-class matter in the 1'ohu a.<, under 187'). St Naples, J c gresH March i on SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEA 11 SIX MONTHS SI. 0(1 on Applu Advertising l;i ition Faithful Dos Leads To Master 9 Bodv Recoverj Y < . 4*-~ • 1 FILLING STATION open and ready to serve Mc.. We carry Miller Tires, Mo- nd parts and accessories. cpert mechanic in our (jnd can give quick and all makes of cars. KK«8 CHILEAN QUAKE IS FATAL 10 75; MANY ARE MADE HOMELESS LORA fiOESTQTOWN h « %«««.%«%%%< By WRIQHT. Buenos Aires, Nov. | ty-five persons v. -to thousands are hotneletiH ki a result CScwocbmcwwi* oos 5 co3CK«tt«i su <%'. l JJ, lij si*CI r« N>wsyfcf«r Symtioiu..l Lura hurried down rito street, hist purse in uni- tin ad, a H«t of errands is flie other ml eld Mr*. Martin'* uni . i 1'reila hung i Iter arm. The umbrsiU; of the destruction of Coquimbo and j wa* to l.e left at one ut itit depart; several to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 November 1922

' ' ' r >■. 'ii «#h* ■ - • *' * • - «•*** * • | ~ioc:— j-rraocanaeaoc: JQOnHgnoi Get my prices on Groceries and I save you big money. A new shipment of men's work shoes just received. Before you buy come in and let me show them to you, and SECOND-HAND By A. W. PEACH > 4M. u> Mcfiur* ya4 «*u> it fi yoti vr" c.r try a pair home with you. J Fresh car Flour and Feed just arrived. !! H. L Ifcfce/s Cash Store o m aoi riii'ii,' 'i"aaocaaEYriojczr^rr^aoorsaaaoi 3 XOE=H 'if tSS ■:k: M % THE MONITOR $1.00 PER YEAR - .w. OVERLAND! New Price# Effective Now .... ««• • • Overland Touring and Roadster, Overland Coupe, Overland Sedan, ' Touring and Roadster, F. O. B. TOLEDO $525 795 875 1235 A. H. O'TYSON Texas Dealer Mt. Pleasant, .... • ♦ • V- V <1*e|wh>n IS- E E U S for :,-c 4 Ki i v •Mog and PoulEty..: Fence - Barb Wire Dry Goods Shoes Groceries etc. Stewarts Store! ■km TO U t^ftv become iin owner of u PIANO VICTMA —^—: ; l y invcHtitiatinii the Jiirtirnmenls nml ~ 'onwy pjiyn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 November 1922

. • / / -r PjpjfP| k rllh t4" ulurdny. Mis. Ollic ("nli inilM of l):ii vJftHod in Our *'ity Kntunl Cornctt News. CVlllf'tl, NoV. ic.—Tltl'U' .Win i v ii'CH ill Um' r.ai.t i .1 chunh Stiu Diu.tli.i vv.'m1d«.\ •■"iul'uli,.l l y Ib'V. 11 ollia<> Lin ' don. A wry itiinil ottontUuicw. Roy llano ami family <>l Midway uitju'cd to stH' bis parents E.J. it ami wi.fi", Satiinla> ami rc- I'OUTNTtlHTLY CLUB will meet with Mibk Ihuvd th® i!5, I'iolor 1kho.Iu! ; Roll oidl, cunei.it in Ml: ^ l Mna Mt'Da \ Irtsulimr in HUM \\r\un Mi u, h < >| luir\ ,'U'hdi \\ i 11 iiiciv K. -: tit i'' We (V S I fHJj ti nob Msvfiuh (Vila ilUi 'IV'Xflrkrtiui Parker last chlVVf" n ilav-' hi virnU'.l in last w(< k. .- !>'' . — —-- Mmvia (Julliuvuy <>l' Marshall i visiting rclaliv'i-M :ittd iVioruhi ii Nfxple.'i I Ilk week. Full MiU'd I'l itusnn Uitlslein innl« Iti iriofitliM iilil. N. M. Ivi'lvrlH. i Is lliis pofin inuny way hfator- iral? 1 H'line the title. Who i the speaker? What attr...

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