The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 96, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 28, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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We Sell Coles Hot Blast
Heaters and Majestic
Call and See Us
BAILEY HARDWARE CO.
North Main Street Phone 39
COST $8 A TON
Tyfp cords of wood feqnnl thp
heat production of a ton "
coal. Price $4.00 per cord
Stager and McLain
Notice Car Owners
Why have your work done 1
by Unskilled mechanics, when [
you can have it done by ex-1
orienced men, and it costs i
more. Let us figure on |
Electrical Work a Specialty.
Rodney Blalock, Prop.
your automobile for nn oxx-art, or
your electric light for the'tallow
candle? These represent stages
. of progress and just as the new
has supplanted the old, so has
the better way to health,
become the most rapidly
growing science of the
world, because of its ef«
" ficicnt methods.
Consultation and Analysis Always
Bring all your health troubles to
Palmer School Graduate
Office over Graham Crawford Co.
South Side of square.
Phone office 3SU 1kmham Texas
SATl KIIAY, OCTOItKH 2H, im
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♦ Arv. Bonham t* t25 P. M. *
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, The Price is Right
Give us a Call
Morgan Electric Shop :
MORE TEETH ARB LOST
through . loosening of the tis-
sues that hold th* te«th in
place than through decay.
The reaeon for thia condi-
tion is that moat people look
for decay of their teeth, and
never notice the condittan of
Physician* and dentists
working together hare* found
that snen disease* a* (tomach
trouble, Wood disorder*, appen-
dicitis, impaired mentality,
cancer and blood poisoning can
arise from neglect of the teeth.
If yon have been troubled hi
any of these ways, yon can not
he *ure that your teeth are not
responsible for your bodily ail-
ment until you have had yonr
dentist make a careful exami-
nation. I will be pleaaed to
have you eoneult me at any-
DR. F. C. ALLEN
Over Firet Slate Rank
to him will happen to ti If we gc
down into the pool of ^baptismal wa-
ters with him we comd.'up out of the
pool with him. Thia is not a wash-
ing of the body but Christ inakos it
real. He was first and we are raised
with him. He was thdro first. It I'
a ijinb I. It is Christ'that i* oui
Savior. He aim says mat he was
the first fruits and we are the aftei
fruits. Jesus appeared to his dia-
iip!es after' his ic..unootio:i,vhnd hi
i-.“. to prove to Ida followers that hi
wasn’t a spook. The Spiritualist’s res-
urrection. is a misnomer. ;'ne Spir-
itualists teach that- we will all tx
spooks after awhile. It seems mighty
spooky not to have a body now, but
Mrs. Eddy says we haven’t. My body
is now in a process of resurrection
This is an immortal and incompleti
body. Jesus when he comes back
and he will come, will have to bi
identified, and if hej'is a spook no-
body will know him. He identified
himself to his disciples when he en-
tered the room where they were and
the windows and doors were shut. He
said, ‘Look at my, hands.’ lte was
flesh and bone. Christians will nevei
be spirits, and spirits will? never be
flesh and homy Spiritualism is in
fellowship with the demon*. Russel-
ism says the body turns to gasses.
Guess this must be the gaseous doc-
trine. My friend* don’t take Ruasell-
ism too seriously. Don’t get s-pooki-
fied. If Christ should have shown
himself as a spook it would have
been very agreeable- to the Spiritual-
ists, hut he didn’t do it that way.
Christ wasn’t n spirit then and he
isn’t a spirit now. Ho conquered
diath, hell and the grave, and he wus
not permitted to see corruption.
When he came to his disciples he
asked for something to eat and they
| gave hint some fish, and some honey
I and he ate before them. He then
: and there proved to them that he
I wasn’t a spirit. Spirits don’t cat
i fish and honey.’ Jesus was a man
and not a spook. He wasn’t a blood
- man for he had shed his blood on
the cross for your sins and mine. He
was a flesh and bone man. Some
have clainied that Christ couldn’t
have rrmnipod here after his cruci-
fixion. \Vell friends, he staid her?
40 days, ar.d. he could Have stayed
lohger if it had ,bken hi* purpose.
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CHANGE OF LIFE
Florida Lady Wat ia a Miserable
Condition, Bat Says Ska Found
Cardni Hebffel, and
Allha. Fla.—In explaining h
found Cardui so helpful during t
life. Mrs. Ella M. BaHey. of Roui
for me lo get aroun
te 2, this
' ’ 1 became so weakened it was an effort
PHI. ana* [
the matter.' but I felt like t wouldn’t give
I knew what was
:• 1 couldn’t give
P"l just dragged, and I certainly was
nervous. 1 was so restless 1 could not
sil down long—yet so weak I couldn’t
get about. It is a most miserable am*
such a helpless feetli
"I would get ’
ed and out ol
"I began to feel, affer awhile, there was
no use to try to get well. This is all
wrong, for it m<kHs a Demon worse.
“I had heard of Carotii. and thought it
i might strengthen A neighbor had
used it with good r< ‘
"I took one bottli
saw I wasn’t ao nr
I began ‘
I housands of otl
Suitable for wrapping and pack- gj
ing purposes, or for underlaying £
carpets matting, etc., in large or
Id at the
Supplying a Need-
When you want to make a
Denison - Sherman
Dallas - Waco
and intermediate points
tor me, ana I
Thousands of oiharwomen have writ-
ten, lo tell of the beneficial results obtain-
ed by taking Cardui,’ and to recommend
Cardui), then I
so kept it up.
p better. Wat
it. Cardui did
women have w ril-
ed by taking Cardui? i
ll lo others. ^
Sold everywhere Tfjr It
tween these points.
Buy Round Trip Tickets and
In dkthe world
you’ll tnt9*r find
a better bread.
CHiriat Is you I- representative before
God, for you. He Is a man before
God pleading your cause. If Christ
hail never come hurk and showed his
-body there could have been no res*
urm-tlon. You ask how could he hav<
lone it. 1 a**it you iiosl i,,uicf hr
have walked upon tho sen. Read Rev.
I :*i. Christ was caught up in tho
louds mikI taken out of sight of men.
We no longer see him with our phJd-
■nl eyes, but we see him By faith.
A hen his followers stood watching
aim he wfea caught up in the cloud,
.'.lid.they were1 asked why they stood
;a/ing up into heaven, and they were
Cold that this same Jesus (Jesus
was his Shuman name) should come ir
like manner as they saw him go. The j
time between his going away, and
his coming back Is the time he i-
building this body, and then when it
is finished we shall be caught up
with him in the air. We shall be
manifest with him in glory. If wi
are to be saved we must be saved
before the world’s Saturday night,
that I have told you about in these
series of sermons. It will be too late!
when that time eomes to bo saved.,
Paul’s teaching is cclar that we must i
remain uhtil he calls for us. D.>!
you ever expect to be caught up? j
We ure to huve a glorified body, but
it will be our body. Christ didn’tj
lose his body when he went into the
tomb. Remember thut they thought \
his body had been stolen and it was |
a shook to them. The sweeten
thought to me, and the only honest j
to goodness message to mo is thut
our body is the temple of the Holy |
Ghost; that wo shall see and know
the faithful servants of God whoij
we are caught up with Christ in
glory. Wc shall want to see our lov-
ed ones and we will want to know
them. They must have their own
bodies. Look at the hands of Christ j
when he came to hsi disciples. They;
were the same pierced hand and side.
God permitted the devil to have pow-1
er of death, but Jesus Christ con
quered death. Denth is not a go- j
ing on process, but a stoppage. .Ini
a way it is a sleep. It is n resting
time without progress until our body
can be joined in spirit with Christ.
My little four year old girl went
away. It made my heart oloed, bu'
1 shall see her again, und know her.
The teachings of the Bible on this!
subject are plain. Jesus was known
by hia disciples—he was the same
man who was wounded for our trans-
gressions, and we shall be known.
Jesus some clay, if we believe in
him, will make us manifest with him.
When he eomcq.Hqyk they shall know,
him ns the mnn who hung upon the
tree. Rome may asjc the question.
‘What mean these wounds in your
hands?’ This will make them know
him. Wo who ar« faithful are or
t he road to moiU^flur roved ’’ones who
are in the bosom of the. father. All
tears shall be wiped away. There
will bo no tears. The things that
colled for tears shall he wiped away.;
There will lie no night with us thor. j
and no denth, and no sighing for we j
shall bo forever with the Lord.’’
Dr. Lawrence will speak six tlnie->
For further announcements see the
regular Hundnv announcements by
the pastor of the First ^Baptist
church found in this issue i
New Drapery Effects
#at a Small Cost %
Many beautiful drapery effects for the
windows, in the home, may be enjoyed
at a small expenditure of money; anti
how fascinating the planning and se-
lecting of materials in our Drapery De-
partment. . ,.9
Where stocks are so lnrga and so varied In fab-
rics; and patterns so wonderfully new and pretty
__the urice, too, is an interesting factor to drap-
ery shoppers, starting as it does, at surprisingly
low figures, and ranging up to any amount ydu.
care to pay. •
Scrims ..... 15c lo 3«h* yd. \oiIcm ...... 2»>c to »>0c
Marquisettes. .25c to SI yd C retonnes. .. 35c to $1 yd.
Madras ____75c to S2..->0 yd. Tory Cloth ...... $1.0# yd.'
(Ilascc Over Drapery and Ve'ours, $3.50 yd.
Plain Colored Fabrics at 35c to $1.00 yd.
Quaker Craft Lace in beautiful Nets: Tuscan,
Hungalo, Casement and Filet at a
Price Range of 35e to $1.50, the yd.
Our workroom, is at your service; should you
Our workroom, with its experienced force of
competent workmen, is at your service; should
you not wish to do the work yourself, we do all
making and hanging of Drapery, in an artistic
manner, and, at a small additional cost to you.
Some exceptionally smart made-up drapary ef-
fects are now on exhibit in the Department for
your viewing—Visit Sherman’s Big up-toWn Store
and see these new ideas; and get scores of others
from our interesting booklets.
Sherman’s Greatest Department Store
- Asa,, *. - 9 ' •= ._I- .
TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST
WILLSON'S DRUG STORE
WANTED — Large, clear
while rags. 5c per pound paid.!
—Favorite Printing Co. i
A. H. Price and Mrs. Maggie Price.
James H. Donaghey and Miss Zel- \
la Mur Withrow.
Alvin Worsham and Isahcl Brad-
Chester Butt* and Nora- .Wheat,
Jesse McGrlff and Ilerthu Bateman.
CHANGE OF LIFE
Proof That Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound is of Great
Help at This Period
i, Illinois.—“I have taken
inkham’s Vegetable Com-
pound and it is all it
claims to be and has
benefited me won-
derfully. 1 had boon
sick for sight months
with a trouble which
confined me to my
bed and was only
able to be up part of
the time,when 1 was
adv ised by a friend,
Mr*. Smith, to trv
Lydia E. link barn’s
. , _ Vegetable Cun-
I and Lh-cr Pills. I was so much
jted by tbe use of these medicines
I was ablo to be up and about In
tw« weeks. 1 wsa at tbe Change of Life
when I began taking tbe medicine* and
I passed over that time without aoy
trouble. Now I am hale and benrty, do
all my housework , washing, ironing
snubbing, and cooking, all there is lode
about a bouse, and ran walk two or
three miles without getting too tired. ’
Just received a ship-
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Also carry in stock
most any other kind
of paper you need.
j trttil or .sal
j than anytj
and our til
It will I
know of several of my neigtitx>rn who
have been helped by your medicines.1
Mrs. Emma Cui.vkk, 706 E. 7th St.,
pond upon Lydia E. Pinkham’tVeg
• Compound. Nervousness, irrita- I
\ boat IUsImo, headache and di*»i-
are relieved by thi* splendid med-
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Spotts, Sherwood. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 96, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 28, 1922, newspaper, October 28, 1922; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1051624/m1/4/: accessed July 14, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.