The Naples Monitor. (Naples, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, July 10, 1925 Page: 4 of 4
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Personal and Local Happenings
W. H. Hibbetts of Normangee
ia jn Naples visiting bis son, Dr.
C .D .Hibbetts.
Miss Geraldine Flowers of
las visited Mrs. W. K. Walls sev-
Mrs. W. O. Griffin of Lufkin is
visiting relatives jn Naples.
Ed Walls, who is working
Dallas, was with home folks
•it h and Sunday.
I will have on sale Saturday
group of Hats form $1.00 to $4.75. Annis Kesseler and family and
Some of these were $11.00 patterns Pete Kesseler and daughter of
Miss Fannie Walker, i Tulsa, Okla.. came to Naples last
--I week for a visit. Annis and Pete
Misses Lottie Merl Knight and [expect to return home today, but
Lucile Vault of Omaha visited in [Mrs. Kesseler and child will re-
Naples Wednesday. main some time visiting relatives
__[in and around Naples.
Misa Francis Robison visited
relatives in Omaha this week.
.MONDAY FOR SATURDAY
The bujness men of Naples clos-
ed Monday instead of Saturday
and the day was celebrated in vari-
ous ways. Some stayed at home
and tried to keep cool. Some visit-
ed relatives and friends and some
went to the lakes and picnics. The
town was a lonesome place.
Lloyd Legg, who has employ- \ -
ment in Dallas, was visiting home W. R. Walls and wife and 0. A. Saturday afternoon as Ernest
folka and—friends in Naples the Walls and wife were in Texarkana Weininger was cranking a Ford
4th and Sunday. Monday. the crank slipped and struck his
forearm, breaking one bone. He
Gem Safety Razor given free TRANSFERRED
with each $5.00 purchase of goods _
—as long as they last.
W. N. Callaway i J. B. Hayes, who has been dis-
__|trict manager here for the East
O. C. Freeman and wife and [Texas Public Service Co. since
Miss Lucile Harkrider of Dainger- that company entered business
field were visitors jn Naples. Mr. here ha3 been transferred to De
Freeman left the wherewith to Kalb. We understand Noarh Ellis
keep The Monitor going to him 'will be manager at this place, but
another year. jare not informed as to whether or
__. not he will have charge of the en-
came to town and had a physician
to give it attention and at last re-
ports was getting along nicely.
Rex Wall3 of Austin was in Na-
ples Saturday and Sunday, visiting
his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Walls.
Mrs. W. R. Watts was over from tire district supervised by
FOR SALE—Three Canary birds,
guarantee them to be singers.
Mrs. Noah Ellis
Hayes before his transfer.
The Bank and Heard building
are making rapid progress. The
brick work on both buildings is
completed, the roofg on and the
plasterers are at work. Prospects
Mrs. R. S. Spencer and Miss
Leona Christian visited in Mt.
are good for both buildings to be'Clean3 out. all intestinal worms;
completed by August 1st. .keeps up vitality; protects against
---- disease, and insure good egg pro-
Free 8XrO Kodak enlarging with duction through the fall . Money
Mrs. Hattie Spencer and Mrs.
Ina Jackson of Mt. Pleasant were
in Naplea Saturday.
Miss Margaret Stewart i3 visit-
ing jn Dallas.
Fleischmann’g yeast at
A. J. Davis.
O. A. Walls and wife were
STAR PARASITE REMOVER
A Wonderful Poultry Remedy
A scientific composition of Sul-
phur, Lime, and other health build
Mr. ing ingredients. A few drops giv-
en in the fowl’s drinking water or
mixed in the feed, through the hot
months will keep their appetite
good, increase egg production and
greatly assist them through the
moulting season. Also rids them
of all blood-suckling insects.
at Praytor’s Mt.
back if not satisfied.
McCoy’s Drug Store
G. B. Martin
B. J. FLOYD
Miss Ora Albright of Tyler,
sister of Mrs. W. E. Newland of
our city, has accepted a position
with Mason & Nelson. Miss Al-
bright has visited in Naples quite j gp
often an i has manv friends here, j H
She invites all fc1 * ids and the j 5g
public to visit her at the store.
Mrs. Hettie McLean who hasj^
been visiting in Lawton, Okla., for j|j
some time returned home Monday.
W. S. Shattuck and family of
Alto are visiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watts.
I have some nice household
furniture which 1 will sell cheap.
Used only a short time. Call at
residence and look it over.
R. L. Whitener, Jr.
Miss DeLoma Gibson has
turned from a visit of two weeks
in Sulphur SpringB.
GRAVE YARD WORKING
An all day working at the Floyd
Hill cemetery Thursday, July 16.
Everybody invited to come and
bring well filled baskets.
WHERE TO SPEND THE VACATION
Is the subject discussed very
much at this season of the year.
We have on sale daily (until September 30) roundtrip tick-
ets at summer excursion fares to hundreds of points in
various parts of the country. Whether you have in mind
a trip to the Southeast, East, North, West or Pacific North-
west, our Ticket Agent will gladly tell you about excursion
tickets, good for return until October 31. For full infor-
T. H. Lawrence
Gen. Pass Agent
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Mr. and Mrs. Chabeayne arid
daughters, Misses Reina and Ollie
of St. Louis are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Vissering. They ex-
pect to be here two or three weeks.
There will be preaching at the
Methodist church Sunday at 11
o’clock, at Dalton 3 p. m. and at
Cornett at 8 p. m. at which time
our revival at that place begins.
W. A. Thomas.
Perhaps you have something
youdo not need that could be turn-
ed into cash by an advertisement
in The Naples Monitor.
J. F. Tidwell and sons; Nolan
and Howell, of DeKalb were in Na-
ples one day last week. Mr. Tid- [
well says he will not only market
thjs year’s cotton in Naples, but j ] |
has four bales of last year’s crop'
still on hand to sell and will bring i
it to Naples.
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TRIP TO GEORGIA
I will leave Naples for Atlanta,
Ga., in my truck Aug. 3. Anyone
wishing to make the trip with me
can do so at a very low cost, to
help pay expenses.
W. M. Carmichael.
It’s The Taste That Tells
ICE CREAM, FOR EVERY OCCASION
Delicious, Healthful and Refreshing
LEEVES BROTHERS DRUG STORE
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Watts, W. R. The Naples Monitor. (Naples, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, July 10, 1925, newspaper, July 10, 1925; Naples, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth714277/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.