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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 November 1922

I" '€■ "T* : Wm f?J dki :MFrw VOLUME XXXVil _ S ss I ' I ' . / ' ' f# NAPLES, TEXAS, PKU 3VEMBEK lilv £*1, 19 99 ■ My business has been ex- ceedingly good-much bet- ter than I expected. - |f I am buying new "goods every week and have rather a complete line of Hardware Furniture and Leather Goods. My Prices Are Right—Let's Go. B. J. FLOYD ENTOMBED -100 MEN Of 275 in Shaft, 100 Believed Dead and Rest Injured. Rocky Brai Uocky Branch, Oci ! Mob Jones arid Mlas I look their friends by i (hey drove over to Re ily'a home and liad hint AWARD HONOR TO CONFUCIUS hi marriage, The —Saturday, tllie t'igert i prise wlien : iplC.'im,- tmile them . " K rlit«t Id** of th* "Shadow !i*ld t6 Miv* H**n ft*eOtd< fcOO V«tr« a. 0. haw" PES n IMM VF>' Jh'A vir.-r; I Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 22.-• ISixty miners are known to be dead, , |and the fate of 215 others entombed ; aJ,0'lU'' *••ddiiift i in Nn. :t mine of the Woodward Iron That tli*■ earUoat Idea of u imivlug counle i P,t'tur'' *'"• recorded in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 November 1922

■F W* "* m m I ■il" uv I Kvei y Friday W. R. WATTS l'uIjHm)it'll every Friday ah it It (I III j' i H: imtU.r iu Hit ♦ltd fiilfitil iv.itk.inci at Naples, Tt'Kuti, under not i.r ( oil- grew March It, 187 V. IX Appln-n Another Ml in Itu' i!\l Were KtiU HOIIIfWllUl min■ i of Hit' existing tin- Ml'Vult'llCt* (if full llOVlHe Peopk chfU'&ett' nhinv ont ( Mi* lVf tire urged In have sunshiny s, but many prefer moon- Hpe thing' this country needs; curling irons and more! KMJt HOLT FILLING STATION VVc hit now open and ready to serve Lite public. yvr carry Miller 1 ireai, Mo- ihIoiis alia pat U and accessories. We have an expert mechanic in our repair depu rtiuefitand can give quick and Haiisfnclory service on all makes ot cart. .tO'.wOOClCOii'.tD'il MAIDA'S PROPOSAL M By H, I.OUi H AY t>OLD. . •. XtiJrOCoXiOOOOiJ ironing boards, Some pfoplo consider the flapper styles very appealling, while others call them appalling. The shortage of school buildings i* not reported to have caused any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 November 1922

• '• ip oc: IODQQQoc o Get my prices on Groceries and I save you big money. 1 BILL INTRODUCED IN U. S. SENATE NAPLES A new shipment of men's work shoes just received. Beiore 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. Brt H. L. McNurneys Cash Store . & P. Kaitrood Atkt Authority to $7000,000 in Addi- tional Securities. Hjiei OC= aopqnooi looaanpoc aocJ] The Texas & Pacific Railway will n<l $1,000,000 oh terminal im- provements in Dallua during the next | two years and largo sums at Fort; Worth, Shreveport, Texarkana and ! other points on its lines, if a bill introduced Tuesday in the United States Senate by Senator Morris Shoppnrd, asking that the* Texas & Pacific Railroad be given authority ' to issue additional securities amount- i j ing to approximately $7,000,000, is ! passed. The Texas & Pacific Railway op-1 jerates under a Federal charter, be J ing one of a very few railroad op-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 November 1922

: Ys ■ ,■ v.;-- mp&v H PERSONALS AND I0CA.IS 1 ,coY i i 1 in s. 1 i.tV* iI. Arc you |m> itii; your la - i > l<" Full blood l'ri r. 'U-ll.ilsti in u I(> months olil. N. M. Ttubovt 4* 'Hi, lit Xnuu. Gift;) of all kind.. McCV ; Diu;. at a tiav- titorv. T t * V shone You Order For Groceries Tax Coll here todn v tor V. D. coU«c'tinir in t'olctiian we Tiny wl^i'K Buy (In- !'■• t. McCoys Drug Store. Mrs. Lula Smith of Dallu i in visit ing relatives and friends in Najdes. it. L. What ley iM home from Sandy Point, where he hiei a position with I lie Stale. Misses Fronie lloozer and Arvella Cook of Omaha are visiting Mrs. Dan Watson in Naples. G6(i quickly relieve# Coltl# rtiul LaCrippe, Conatipnliou, llilion.v iii'ua and Heiulaches. Misses Inez Thigpen, and Mildred | Gardner of Omaha visited Miss; Eunice Lindsay Sunday. I vi ilS tleliv «.• ' free lo your door. Our lock u. . • i!:i- beat brands to be liud ttUtl piiccs a« o\v as t,ome inferior grades. ELSIE B. SMITH Cash Grocer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 December 1922

SfMi'V. J 1 1 I VOLUME XXXVII $8,238,784 IS CUT FROM REQUISITIONS NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 192: Mjr'Pl' Nef( Quotes Bible in Annouitc- / jt r ~ - . - / -**•-* -y-*,t- a(gjajr-f.rtjr#- r* mi lag Subjects for Nine Addresses.! I Bourd Still Hua Request* of $6,- 600,000 Yet to Revise. 11 Making Things for Christina w f&rj- AMMOtaHQP nmm>wnw ) AHV ryjv w js* ; I Cornell News ■ ' I f; ft Auatin, Texas, Nov. 2K.—The State Bourd of Control has cut $8,- 2:18,784 out of the requisitions for appropriations for the next bien- nium, as submitted by the head* of the state department and institu- tions, and is yet to revise $0,(500,000 of requests for buildings at the va- rious educational institutions which amount is sure to be reduced. Excepting the amounts asked for buildings at the educutional institu- tions, the requisitions for the two years amounted to $85,(578,689, which the hoard hus cut to $27,430- 905. Out of the first amount is to be deducted $735,035, requested by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 December 1922

r': $$P$ ; Iw'KiiW z&WmW'j rofipp^i** "• m •;"> .'■' IP'P HKJfcO M? . Ifi ipif Sflr *;V p; Rfwwl'' t ■- rrTi&j 1 |HK •• THE NAPLES >'uUlu.li> a Kv. i HY ... MONITOR / Friday W. It. WATT: l'l.l.lintlcil 6V ha nt Ct*ii4 i'iati: bt T« x gii'bb March '* l'l 1.1 ll l.t the ■ nU.tr.I l 18' SUBSrU(l-PlON ONI1- V MA It MIX MONTHS . . . I AtlVfll irtilltC Uull'M I'll A |>l>lictllii.|l HOLT FILLING STATION ago. \ HCttll .1 it 1' in tV Niuf \ riii I'nlkn boiled cotno a with egg. I.iulifH rode on suit' sadlos. Little Johnnie wore l>ru « toed boot# uiui father wore Brogans. Leeches operated more frequetdly limn the surgeons knife. When the preacher said a truth tht' jteople Maid amen. lie ft over noon victuals were linitilu-il id supper time. Neighbors n*ked about your family and meant it. Merry-Go-Ki'Unds were called i Iji Mi;' Jennies. Folks used tooth picket and w still polite. A tin cup of red liquor was sold for five cents. Ladies dresses reached from her neck to h...

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

;-<Ji fa. vSHH • ■ WAf aonanaci ioonnnoos Get my prices on Groceries and 1 oiivc you iiioncy. 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. f JKe First r> >"N H. L. McNurney's Cash Store tonanaoi looaaaaoi J THE MONITOR $1.00 PER YEAR M i W— OVERLAND! New Prices Effective Now Overland Touring and Roadster, $525 Overland Coupe, 795 Overland Sedan, 875 Willis-Knight Touring and Roadster, 1235 F. O. B. TOLEDO A, R OTYSON boy. L-hnstmas Ii r-ry roc f'v;^ B< /^ >S^* W^r\or li. Kin^ * i *e.U*U UtflON nT WAN ttiO MiirtUm' pl*Ai« I I ure every year at (Jhrlut- *■ J ma<« time to go to soma v erphans' homo and bring BL, buck two or three little 3f children to spend (be boli- W <>uya with tlieu). This year' their choice hail been two girls ami a Jean and Hubert, brother aud sister, ami ftuuzettc, a little. bright* eyed, winsome girl. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 December 1922

• '.-if luy wisely-- Buy the Best. McCoys Drug Stort Wol 1* : Ileai <1 b complete and j noii'H right along the buildinu'. ■ carpenters with their purl of Mia. W. W. Harwell Ih visiting her daughter, M im. .1, T Hurler, at Toxarkana. ( t)( quickly relieve* Cold* mid Li('iii|)|)«, Cou lipation, lldionn- isrna unci Headache*. •Cure* Malaria, Cliill* and 1 ever. Dengue or Bilious Fever. I torn lo Mr. and Martin of Commerce lames Willie Lee Coker and Mary l^eeves motored to Mt. Pleas ant Tuesday. Better buy all the hulls and meal you will need before another ad vance. Stun Uobison. J. Frank Howell of Oaingerfield was in Naple« Monday and made the Monitor office a valuable call. 1 have hulls and inenl on hand. Would advise buying early as they are advancing. Sam Robffcwn. The Monitor force extends (hanks to Mrs. VV. B. Hazel for a beautiful bonnet of roses and chrysanthem- ums. For Sale—lOjh Fairbanks Morse Gasoline Engine and Generator. A. B. Callaway. Mrs. Lnla Smith is having some r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 December 1922

0 I I , w® VOLUME XXXVII PAPERS ORDERED IN DAUullERTY HEARING investigation of Charges are Speeded up by Action in House Washington, Dec. 1,—'The House today directed it Judiciary Coin mittee to send for all the persons and papers it needed in its investi- gation of impeachment charge* a gainst Attorney (General Daugheity, ms tiled by Representative Keller IIC«p.), Minnesota There was no discussion or divi- sion when Chairman Volstead asked and obtained consent for such au- thorization. He explained that the committee, earlier in the day, had agreed unanimously to take this course. The committee, under the House resolution, also will have au- thority to Bwear witnesses and sit regardless of the sessions of the House. Appearing beforo the committee with Jackson H. liaison as his coun- sel, Mr. Keller declared that he was not prepared to proceed at once, that it would be necessary for the House to order the attendance of some witnesses, who would not come voluntarily, it was also nece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 December 1922

' "'TV-' MONITOR1 Undergoes 13th Operation for Dallas Man KUU Two Deer at NAPLES One Shot. l'uUliaheil Kvery Friday W. U. WATTB X-Rny 'Bout Christmas ummi 11 h m lis l*ul>1i liei] ev*ty Ftulwy unit tiutetfd | to Btovoliil fltttth ttmllft ill llitt l\ alAillk't* Texan, uitdei act of Con- gress March 8, 1871). SUBSCRIPTION ON ft M<:AU . , SIX MONTHS t.W hi If. AdvertiaiiiK Kitten oil Application POULTRY SHOW FOR SWF.1TWAII R SOON Organisation of Intrastate Paul- try Association Effected. Sweetwater, id-do. Uec, 1 Or- ganisation of the Intrastate Poultry Association was effected at a ineet- ing of! f arniers from this section of West Texas here recently. Representative farmers from all communities in the vicinity of Sweet - water were pit-sent at the initial meeting, where it was decided to hold the fit at show here Jan. 3,4 and 6, A The officer# elected were: Pres- ident, W. C. Calvert, county agent of Nolan County; vice president, R. Lanier of Decker, and secretary- treasurer, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 December 1922

■ I Wk •y . i NAPLES DIRECTORY. The Cost •V*«. SPECIAL I liit.K Imve chiuigei! nail died," Thirty Kil l wa pleased just to hu\ come to see her. The> iiuietly in the sedate old i talked about the church IL 11C) I*jS I OS I ERY Bull-Dog I'rand Gr/)VE8 The Osborn H. L. McNurney's Cash Store Carroll Black, Secretary sell mn i Carroll Black, W. 1 01= aionDucioc aootacatataoc: raoeJl fijffli ne You Order For Groceries I atul we will deliver free to your door. Our stock comprises the best brands to be had and prices as low as some inferior grades. ELSIE B. SMITH Cash Grocery. M—— Ml——-Hi,—«••«-— *1—->iS— -an*—SB— Ut—'*fc—"U— «*-«■ «j^ New Prices Effective Now Overland Touring and Roadsler, Overland Coupe. Overland Sedan, (RHP* Touring and Roadster, F. O. B. TOLEDO A. H. O'TYSON Dealer Mil. Pleasant) Texas 795 875 1235 ■■■■ — ." -M- «—•« I1.AINNIEW SHOW Exhibition of Turkey* and Ban- tams to he Features of ' the Event. Plainview, Texas, Deo. 8.- A large force of helpers has been em- p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 December 1922

' * •' ' i$y iW-'. IE ' . . i w * ;■"> m mm* PERSONALS AND LOCALS W \V. 0. Bryan wi litbl WMt'kt Full blood Eric 10 months oh Phi victor | ilk-1 lolsteill IllhU' M. Roberta. J. (I. Heard of Dam^ei ticld wto Oil sheets lust Friday. Buy wisely—Buy the Beat. McCoys Drug: Store. J. H. Warren of Lewinvtlle, Ark was a visitor in Naples Saturday 6i business f 241 ft DAtjscro jL^., ^'"HRISTMA3$^V} f Wi <h to GJtprt tulH \V mz our U iiUki to Mra. J. I'. 1 %1« lor ; uhie wico 1 Dulluy Sunday lv, thi\v a oIh:ul boon t\ i u > vy hi i mom, visiting. tl, Or0£0|ju tili*i j ih. K)S Mum* il from M r whore bhc & H i I i t fii i11 ih ' iCure* Malaria, Chilli] kan.l I ever, l>.-n«ue o ' Bilious Fever. M. liHllHW'liy Iiiim purcnammi n km on main street Irom B W. Kelly, lying between lite buildioi'.a *| i*w*I by it. J. Floyd :in,t Browiilee'a (necessity stovu. Mr. Gullawny in tends wrecking the wooden buildinc; now on the and erecting a biick house on it. He has application's for renting ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 December 1922

I 1 , '{ '8mfZ2 • i' . VOLUME XXXVll WZmI AT HICll FIGUI Mrs. Roy (linn and baby venting lelativat and friendg i ■ llt:UB i Ina week V/AViVA NAPLES, TEXAS, ■■■•.WW <• mm 9 i U. Heard a ul wife and M ry ! 1!. 1*'. Johnson visited in 'film! Count] . one dav last week. Moveaiunt of Cotloa ami Spui in Iiiipoi lt Rciipoitiiiblo for Ins res>« ®v'y,v®# . (il)ii qiuclily relieve# I old LuGiipjic, C'orittipetlion, Hdioitb Houston, Texas, Dec, 8. Gross aagu uu] Hifwlwhei. earnings for the Port of Houston — during November from fees from Mrs, J, T Barker of Texarkana the use of municipal hrijb.n fnci 1 i~ spenr s&yeTal days of this week i tie1 wt 11- $ 'i>. l lo "t! i i.tihn;* her pat'ents \\ \\, II.u The highest over named hefoiv j w,-ii a,„| VN\|'t- in Naples!. was $18.070.'.!( , in duly 192}. *■ ■ Tto navigation district's monthly If you wftnt 60t,W 0f the Afittla report, issued today by County Aud- kotton w,ed better book at once as | itor Washburn, shows that the port: ,h ,uv...

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

i . IS:1;, <♦.♦$>* *1* ♦!* *5 ^ •> ^ ♦> <• <• •> JwK°XwJ4 w. D RRY f Y «% *> <*.* *? if: <►% > GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Entire Stock of Over $25,000.00 Worth of HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE to be Slaughtered finning lit jr< jYi m £P< ixi xi I Rthei Arid Closing December X <*** f x X ♦> Our Great Annual Clearance Sale opensSaturday, December the 16th Promptly al 9 o'clock. This js a Fixed Annual Event with us arid our Customers have long ago learned to look forward to this Sale. Notwithstanding* the heavy advance in all lines of Cotton Goods, we were fortunate in securing* a large stock on a much cheaper market than now prevails. We will throw our en- tire stock into this sale, which means Thousands of dollars of Real Bargains for your selection. SEE THE BIG CIRCULARS MAILED OUT AND NOTE THE PRICES WE ARE MAKING. Remember the Date the Sale Opens-Saturday, December 16th Our Store Will fet? Closed all Day Friday, tfasJ Silt, i An angc Stock and Mark D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 December 1922

■hi i ■■ . , „ I W% * SRvlC ■ .. BEST-! Hats, Shoes and Groceries n e to make your money -jt longer BEST—Prices. See ns before buying ~H. B. New Prices Effective Now Overland louring and Roadster, Overland Coupe, Overland Sedan, llfSIM wninHfiV ■ .'«E jp: I ■'4fli -'■ teJw*'- V' 5 101 IOC am raoc: noir aoEsn Everything l ■ In Toilet Goods, Sundries, Jewel- ry, Silverware, Clocks, Watches, and Hair Nets. In Fact Every- thing Carried In a DRUG STORE Agents for United States Automobile Tires, Tubes, Boots and Cold Patches. s Call in to See us. Your business, whether if lie small or large, is appreciated here. CITY DRUG STORE, G . . Martin. Proprietor LSOIS i&Mi aor-rrm ta sx aorsHJ Jfaarn Lodgo No. 469 I. 0. 0. F. , meets second and fourth Monday nights i n each month. Oscar McMichael Bud Hampton, N. G. Secretary. Touring and Roadster, | F. O. B. TOLEDO it A. H. Mt. Pleasant, THE FAILING FLASH 'piIlJltK was a pattering of foot through thu hall and u small spot of light approached t...

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

. J .... _ . *■ -- '* INSTALLS (MOTS Human Nature VS. the Christmas Spirit rant Crawl Mauler \\. S I ! I leiul Of Critftnonii f. At t loiiing Sriiml By M«iy Graham Bonner ,r flat • .) VA.V CAR w1 vvt V V > ■. | l>lt. u Ek i I' L< \\ ic , IV'.:. seventh wjmi til Texas, A. I1', 4 o'clock this* installation <■: I ullu« i >■. i :uu 1 in:«.;l <>i Brandt, Houston, dcput master; Guinn Williams, grand nenior wanlei Mi>Hand, (.'rand (!. Talbot. I IoumI and W It. Pearabn. \ secreturv. Tlu* officers were Past Grand Master \\ Lynn B. Milam of Dal grand marshal). At the dosing session the grand lodge approved the enlarged pro- gram sponsored by the Masons of Texas through the Masonic service and educational committee. A donation of $ 1,000 was made to the Sojourners' Club of Fort Bayary. N. M., where a number of Texas Masons are being caret I for. HEART ON ItltJHT SIDE, "Just hi show you my heart's on the right side —" That common figure of speech may be used literally by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 December 1922

-_™ HroWHBMsH ■ 7 .12Sfr •** -* m illflllilp ONE DAY ALLUMINUM SALE ■ i ;r|:. HiMi -nd SE 1 M m DECEMBER 16 W at 1« Will Buy %fo9 Chibttfrp j\!al? TeaSrainer 'A/aiO 0,/apnSalt"Pmxr %'c\ IS Grater 'ail OouiimdCUtier 'M\ 19Clothtttvri> 12 Lemon JukeEntmctorW.>20 Parmifaite 13 Soup Strainer Jih 21 PanCaHellrnrr If Cup Strainer A'a 'Zi Skimming Ladl jvn 15 Coffce-TeaSttilner Afo.23Sttimmer Jifo 16 Pocket Cmo %a H Set ofMeasuring Spoons 'A'o 1 / JtuuxFluuitl Afa'i SutorSJu Wnuttr F& ityiiaiort 'o-i 'Mi iUUrim! Cui> ■Uitt Va3 Hoth fiiit Haider EllB1 V- SaucePttn 2,'aH Cari'mi Knife 9 6Ojji'StiilRriBin WolSZqt.Lu " 10 Artadhui T\lo 16 Suruit Mil Igi'MLwfBoul '0.4 Set of2Jelly- M,8CAm - What 99* Will Buy fyaS lOtil. Dish Pan !Mal2 $ntPresen>inMeuk %'al9 Cutle yStt~ 'Wl JtotMkftrtiiuiar Wu6 o^LCotmiallirUle 3Va 13 9 inch Colander (ParingKnife) \Noi 5#MimHuwI %'al SqllwrtSjutrnmMlf Colonial Ketlle ICarviniftiitt- Mi 3 DiipFwiL>\*lWMa8 Mqt. Octagon.' 'A'alS WQlonialSmeRm (br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 December 1922

n i MP* "■ mw,^ *f4w-? m&> as long as it lasts. This is under wholesale price today. SEVERAL PAIR BLANKETS, WILL SELL CHEAP An O. D. Wool Overshirt, Lined over the Breast, at [jj This i the hest overshirt I ever saw for the money. v h|I * v J %+ SOT* ":■> 'X' SPECIAL PRICES ON SHOES I Three Hundred pair Ladies and Misses Shoes | your choice per pair at - - - $1.50 ^ These are mostly small sizes and if you can get a fit in them they are CERTAINLY A BARGAIN. 1 WE H AVE a big' lino of Boys and Youths Clothing that wo will make special prieos on—wo mean prices that will move thorn. Also Men's Clothing. We carry Hart, Schafner & Marx and Curlee Men's Clothes You know what they are. See thorn before you buy. WE HAVE a car load of SMITH! BEST FLOUR. This is the REST FLOUR that comes to Naples. We will sell this flour at less than car load prices today. WE W ANT to figure with you on;your bill of goods, it doesn't make any differ- whether it is large or small, we will apprecia...

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

I V GLUM J lllil!illllilillll!lllllll!lll!l!llli!llllll NAPLES, TEXAS, F DECEMBER 22, 1922 HHJilftini!!:!! f« m i im I • *w " • oppers NUMBER 35 twiiiiiiwiiiiiirjiiiii11, .mjummm lIMr Jewelry for UP^ Christmas * Just Aronnd The Corner S& h 'Uf'i* ' - wi t •• • ■$%. \ * it g-ta —with only two more days in which to make your selection of presents for Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Sweet: heart and the Children. Hard to make up your mind •just whpt to give? A call at McCoy's Drug Store will help you solve this problem. ill ' V FEW SUGGESTIONS •• Fine Perfume Sets Ivory in Sets or FSy Piece Toilet Water Beautiful Cut Glass Piecee Manicure Seta Leather Purses for Men and Ladies Fountain Pens Vanity Cases, Flash Light Attachment Safety Razors Fine Box Statianery Dolls and Toys And Many Other Gifts We will appreciate an opportunity to serve you. McCoy's Drug Store. Sis COME TO THE GREAT JEWELRY CLEARANCE SALE Large new line of Ivory Goods, Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Combs Hair, Brushes,...

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

ftp.- • ;,i;. yj Application w^N ■:*> ■ ■■•; irk: >gan — —m . ' : . .•rpi'U : 'J'i,. ■ >k el'.ii .••• • •■' ., ' • ••' 111. >1 hi-1 t':iil>\4 <•. vm tlinr on II t W. I.Iv uml great entertained of iiirnin>> hU vise hi'mtUcd «titMy:y 111 count. By and by the egg to hatch, but no sooner did a chicken "peep" titan Sir (.tohbler promptly I poker hi* head into lli<- nest, re moved th'? dlsUjjsbtng diick. egtr and all, and took it a considerable .lis j tance from the nest This he pro-; eeeded to do aw the egg* hatched \ arid when found by Mrs. Scott he had left about a dozen eggs in va | rloua jwrtsof the barn lot Ilia idea was. nr. doubt, that the chicks j should not make any noise, but be j quiet if he was going to hatch them. So the hopes in the gobbler were dashed to the winch After all, he was nothing but nri old failure. There are lots of failures) like that, failures of individuals who are not onto their job. The gobbler who was sitting on the eggs imagine...

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