The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 9, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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' PLEASURE -AGE^Ou'^ST
PtT TEEN WILL 6t JENOU6H1
INSTRUCTIONS TO PUPILS ON
v SEVERAL POINTS OF
JUMPED FROM , HIGHEST POINT
OF OAK CLIFF VIADUCT BE-
JOX DECLARES THIS GREAT
PROBEM MUST BE SETTLED
BEFORE ANY OTHER
By United Press.
DALLAS, Sept. 9.—Mrs/Alice Her-
ron, aged fifty-six, was rescued from
By United Pi
nolds the ItcR to -the settlement <if,
£urufHM> —11leasing, problem
had jumped frem the hlgfcest point
of the Oak Cliff viaduct" into the*
water She was taken to a sani-
tarium in a serious condition.
• Motorists passing had tried to
prevent her from jumping but fail-
that of reparations,” James M. Cox
declared on his arrival here on the
Cox. has returned from Europe to
advocate our participation in the
League of Nations, but declares that
the League can wait. -What Europe
by the time the date set for the Wv
firqt day of school arrives.
The shortening of school terms in - WtjSf
a number of outlying districts and _
neighboring small towns, a lack of ( ^f .
employment and several other thing*
are expected to increase the at- ■- ^
tndanco in the Bonham schools con- i y- m
siderably this fall. For thia reason, — ......
it ‘has ‘seemed advisable to formu- • ........—-----s.
late certain plans fbr avoiding a\ the school term opens this fall,
great deal of the confusion that Positively nS transfers of diil-’
always^ accompanies the first' days. dren from no building to anothe-*
of the school year. These plans,' will be issued by the Superintend
embracing the buying , of supplies, j ent prior to the opening of school,
the. transferring and the matricu- Parents who for valid reasons de-
lating of pupils, etc., are given sire transfers for their children
below: 0 arc asked , to send the children to,
'reparations, he said. | health and v*
He will take part in the fall months past
campaigns which, Jie said, will be! --—
fought on the ispuo of “the sins of Ilf IT LU I
commission and omission” of the Rc- llL/il Iff
publican party.” . j nr.
By United Pres;.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, Sept.
The Executive ■OonncH of-thc At
ting the poisons ii
; other reasons do not- make this in-
■< Crowded conditions in the first
'grade rooms of all the ward schools
will render it impossible for the
teachers to enroll children v?ho have
not reached the school age. All
children who are .seven years of
ND REWARD FOR__
ley, aged tap
ed" in front 1
night. A m
Ing held by;
It—G. W. Law-
in, employed at
is shot and kill-
Wiio here last
/woman arc be-
nlsts declared that the
entombed miners will
|ivc. Tests show to'
In the mine. Mine of*1
1 a five thousand dol-
dealcrsj so It w
to do anything'other than ask the' bcr^ ^ ^ and will i*
> There- was^sn advance of thirty
points in the cotton market thi%
morning. Locql prices ranged from
20.50 to 21 cants. There were quite
a number of bales marketed here
:hcr and Mrs.
early in the
CINNATI FIRM BAYS IT WILL)
SHIR COAL IF SAMPLES
A charge of mi rth
against Tom and L.
own the house in whi
Freshmen whose surnames begin! ♦
with any letter from M thru Z will*
matriculate Tuesday afternoon, Sep-' ♦
tember 12, from two to four.. Soph-j ♦
omores whose' surnames begin with
any letter from A thru L will raa-; Special to The F
triculate Wednesday morning', Sep- NEW ORLEA
tember 18, from nine to twelve; and-vkinityi
Sophomores whose surnames begin "' Tonight and
with any letter from M thru Z will cloudy; unsettled.
matriculate Wednesday afternoog, -——,
Spt.e 13,. from two to four. Jun. The Cream
iors whose surnames* begin with will make a a
any letter frota A thru L will ma- for Sunday,
triculate Thursday morning, Sep- Honey Fruit
tember 14, from nine to twelve; Orange Tan
Juniors whose surnames begin with Vanilla
any letter from M thru Z will Phone your
matriculate Thursday afternoon, GRANT BROS
Sept. 14 "AIT Seniors, however, wit] - — --------
We have prepared an inter-
esting and helpful program for
YOU tomorrow at the First
Christian Sunday School. Ev-
ery member come.. Bring a
visitor. .Special song by Miss
Knights spent over,
dollars last year in hi
Sept. 9.—A tem-
SEPTEMBER 0, 1912
Vacation time for more than fif-
’ teen hundred" children in Bonham!
/‘•order prohibiting will end on Monday, September 18.
si authritics from Preliminary arrangements for tho-
‘HOTTOpi" uf Lilt! juiWlltBg "Of aulluhl hkVfi about heed
ke injunction wss is- completed, according to Supt. L. H.
e Bailey of the equity I Rather, and all will be in readineds
motion of the Broth,
from Interfering with
strikers in this dis-
can be shown that tho
held to “thwart inter-
si district attorney said
irt ruling upheld the
ctiort. in every detail
iplcte . victory for the
ir ■ /■"***■ $ $
DR. CHARLES MAYO ON THE
WAY FROM ROCHESTER M
TO ATTEND HER BEDSIDE
By United Press.
WASHINGTON Sept. 99 a. m.
Mrs. Harding passed a fairly good
wight, and he
able as could be expected, at this
time, an official bulletin just'-issued
WASHINGTON Sept. 9.—Word
came from Mrs. Harding's chamber
^__...__________ ____ , , , ......j early this morning that she was
must settle before anything else is reports that she has been in bad | “resting easy. Condition is unchang -
| health and very despondent for some ed*. Ibis followed a night of anx-
.Jjcan Federation of Labor convened ture. "Cooler, with
here today. It will decide regarding: is the forecast,
action on the Daugherty injunction.
M m*. b'_* ^v”«ste
n that accompany the A» has, been the practice hereto- Bcn Archer
buyinlKof supplies after school be- fore, the high school pupils will be
gins will hardly need to be urged asked, to matriculate at the prinei-
to attend to this matter before l>aI's officc on th<' following dates:
Freshmen whose surnames begin
with any letter from A thru L wilt
matriculate Tuesday morning, Sep- ’
tember 12, from nine to twelve; t ♦ O O • 000 * 14 * * *
iTr*! 11 /
lay Ice Crea
......................'*« ' ♦
ve~ reason is open and we have the
Ils that never fail if you point your
in the rigl|t direction.
5» " v
dso plenty of good fishing tackle that
the big ones.
■ "1 "7"
is. Davis Hdw. Co.
“The Hardware People1! Bonham, Ten.
1 ’ _
! By United Press
Kansas City, Sept. *9.—The
| wave in the southwe.it is believed
Tbrokcn -following heavy . rains' in
_ I Kansas last night, accompanied by
• Dr. Charles Mayo, who is speed-
ing here from Rochester, Minn., is
the cause of speculation that an
operation may be considered neces-
The president ministered it his
' wife’s bedside most of -the night
| until sent to bed by physicians at
beat 3 o’clock this morning.
,11:36 a. m.—As the day wore on-
Mrs. Harding's temperature began
to rise and more difficulty was, ex-
"By the-doctors in combat-
Leaders do not think x general strike ♦♦♦♦♦♦
will be cilled as
it would reverse 1 ♦
her . system.
George Christian said at 11 o’clock
that the gravest anxiety exists be-
cause of the daily recurrence of Ihw ,
COTTON ADVANCES V I ■■ , DOING WEIL
■hSAFE THAN SORRY.
arc your valuable papers? • In a trunk or
iwcr subject to the risks of fire, theft, or mis-
Bettcr rent one of the few Safety Boxes
in our fire proof vault, and which costs
id yet which affords so much protection and
First State Bank
t GUARANTY FUND BANK
By United Press.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 9—Local coal
concern' declares that it is preparing
to ship Henry Ford large quantities
of coal if the first shipment meets j
his requirements. It is understood
that this will enable Ford to-rescind
hia closing order which will he effec-
tive next Saturday, the sixteenth.
Mr. Morris, the guard at the T
& P. round houae who accident-
ally shot hHmelf "WiLAs—j
") Thursday morning, is report _
I he getting along well at the'* hofi-
| pital, where he is being treated.
Bates’ Improved Antiseptic IJniment [ Unless some complications unlook-
will be out soon. -
THE WOMEN IN EARNEST
Members of Everymans
class who were not present
last Sunday are informed here-
by that the ladies of the Chas. )■
Carlton class have challenged
you to an attendance contest, |
and the challenge has been ac-1
cepted. If you don’t want to
get beat you can count it a
certainty that every member1
will have to do his best to
prevent it. Be on hand tomor-
row. Committee. - !.
New Fall Suits
•Wc have ruttuiv.ejcL our N'eov
Fall Suits for Men ami
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits
(No medicihc or surgerj )
J E. MANN
Bonham, Tex. Phone 566
The Newest Styles, and host quality that will he shown
in this part of Texas.
We also have our new Boys' Suits, all made will*
two pair pants.
Call 4tl«r see-our clulbiutc be'fSgdiyou buy that
his school suit. ~
H. L. Rodgers Co.
“The Good Clothe.’ Store”
FOR SERVICE AND
Telephone or bring your
D. W. JOHNSON
The Reliable Grocer
EasV Side Square Telephone 708
• : r, 1
We have the mo.-
quito Medicine you
yrant. Phone up and
we will tend it to
WANTED TO HIRE 2,000 MEN,
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
That Is The Number of Now CustomersWr Want On Our Book*
And »r want to hire each one to save hia money—will pay a
salary of four per rent on ovory dollar left with us for 1” mouths.
Had you looked at it in that light —that wo actually pay you
to save your owfl money ?
If you haven’t yet formed (lie habit of saving a part of your
salary, conic in to see us and let us talk saving with you- you’ll
he glad you rame and sorry you didn't eome years ago.
Saving a port of your salary is the one sure way of accumu-
lating money. '
-For, then—*ho desire to_>>M ■* p-rl “f j*
cavings department of this bank was created. And it is for y®0
as well as for yonr neighbor. Get imbued with the saving habit.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
^^H| -THE FLORENCE ,
Makes Cooking and preserving a pleasurs Instead of a diead. aa IV
Oil Ceok stove. The ivn la dsetgosd from a real Baker’s I
^ te de#tribute the heat properly. Lew Work. Low Tima,
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Spotts, Sherwood. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 9, 1922, newspaper, September 9, 1922; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1051995/m1/1/?rotate=270: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.