The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 211, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 31, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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Bonham daily favorite
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* PERSONALS *
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H. C. McAnally left this morning
Mrs. Claude Allen left this morning
to visit in Weatherford.
Mrs. E. M. Feather returned this
hfdrning from a visit to Savoy.
Mrs. Robert Bray returned to her
home in Denison yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fuller have re-
turned from a visit to Mineral Wells.
Mrs. Jake Taylor returned yester-
day afternoon from a visit to Durant.
Deputy Sheriff June Watson went
to^ Arkansas this morning on a busi-
^Miss Mattie Duff went to Ravenna
this morning to attend a Sundaj
Mrs. Will Wisener and two children
of Greenville are here visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Chas. Halsell left this morning
for Van Alstyne to attend the funeral
of an old-time friend.
W. E. Brownlee, has gone to St.
Louis on a business trip and expects
to be gone for two weeks.
Mrs. €. Winkler went to Honey
Grove this morning to Visit her son,
who is at work there.
Misses Goldie and Fannie Culpep-
per of Ravenna were here yesterday,
returning home last night.
Misses Elizabeth Halsell and Lois
Evans left this morning for Durant
to visit friends and relatives.
M. G. Darling who has been at work
here for gome time returned to his
home in McKinney yesterday after-
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Manor .who had
been here visiting relatives returned
to their home in Denison yesterday
Mrs. H. C. McAnally and her cou-
sin, Miss Aline Stanley, have gone to
Durant and Sulphur to visit relatives
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gwaltney of
Honey Grove came in last night from
a visit to Durant. They went home
Little Miss Myrtle Pratt who has
been here visiting the family of. her
uncle, Matt Pratt, returned to her
home in Durant this morning.
Miss Carrie Williams of Wills Point
who has been visiting Miss Lucy May
Agnew went to Ravenna this morning
to visit Mrs. Milton Smith.
Mrs. Viola Williams and little son,
Benson, who had been visiting Mrs.
John Parker since Saturday last re-
turned to their home in Denison yes-
Mrs. W. A. Stahl and little daugh-
ter, Mary, left yesterday afternoon
for Edgar, Neb., to visit Mrs. Stahl’s
brother, whom she has not seen for
Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Guy who have
been visiting Mr.,and Mrs. J. M. Nev-
ill left yesterday afternoon for Tay-
Alfred Chaffin and three children
who have been visiting relatives out
north of town left yesterday after-
noon for Sulphur, Okla. After a visit
there they will return to their home
in Calixco, Calif. Mr. Chaffin former-
ly lived in this county.
Haywood Thomas and family of
Wellington are here visiting friends
and relatives in trie Ector neighbor-
hood. Mr. Thomas lived in this coun-
ty long enough to make him feel for
life that it is home. He says he feels
exactly like he has gotten back home
A GREAT MEDICINE.
That most successful of all remedies
for woman’s ailments, Lydia E. Pink-
ham’s Vegetable Compound, owes its
origin to a botanic recipe which came
into the possession of Lydia E. Pink--
ham about fifty years ago.
This recipe had proved so effective
in the practice of a skilled physician
that Mrs. Pinkham procured the herbs
and steeped and prepared them in
true old-time fashion on her kitchen
stove for her friends and neighbors
who suffered from woman’s ailments.
The fame of the virtues of this won-
derful medicine spread, until it is to-
day recognized as the standard rem-
edy for woman’s ills.
OFFICIAL LIST Of
COUNTY EXEMPTION BOARD TO
MAIL LIST OF NAMES HERE
Charley Fuller came in this morn-
ing from his home in Gunter.
A Ford speedster with Stromberg
carburetor.—See Neal Blankenship at
Everybodys Garage. 4
List your farms with us. We have
ah automobile always ready to take
our clients to see our listed property.
—■Fuller & Arledge. 3
FARMS WANTED FOR SALE.
I am having a great demand
for farms. If you have one for
sale, see me about it. If I make
no sale for you, there will be no
cost to you. Phone 31.
3 WILL H. EVANS.
Tret! tie Kiddies
to a drink of delicious, cool-
ing, refreshing and wholesome
PEACOCK, the new drink that every-
one is talking about. There’s nothing
iiio it that isn’t healthful; pure fruit
juices, pure cane sugar syrup, delicate-
ly flavored with pure oriental spices
into a blended delight. Everyone says
it is the nicest drink ever offered.
is the best Summer drink because
it is the best thirst quencher and the
most healthful. It is invigorating, energizing
and appetizing. A tonic for nerves and stomach.
pf flu I
L. CRADDOCK & CO.
Kydrox Company, fSIfrs,, Chicago
The Favorite is herd giving tfeU first
two hundred and forty-five names
drawn for examination for members
of ttew American army. This is
the official list if* free from er-
rors, unless it be some that ut-
most care has not been able to pre-
vent. We think the list is absolutely
correct. Th® exemption board here
has kindly furnished us tMf list. Ev-
ery man whose name is here given
will receive a notice from the board,
pfdbdtilf tomorrow or next day. These
inen here namfeef Mil be galled to
meet Kdre next Monday for exarHtea-
tion. Tomorrd# will publish the
names of a like riflmher wB?o will be
called for next Tuesday, and ihS lay
following we will publish a list of
246 who will be called to meet here
©n Wednesday of next week.
If yoU wiflt to know about when
dny one will kb called, jtisf look in
Th§ Favorite, and if the name you are
interested in is not in it ori one of
the three days that flame will not re-
ceive a summon to appear before the
board at this time. If the required
number from this county is not secur-
ed, then the exemption board will is-
sue another call, which we will pub-
lish in due time:
1 to 25.
258-—Edgar E. Bartley* Ladonia.
2522—Rice Malugin, Ector.
458—Will Barker, Savoy,
3403—Warren W. Shaw, Bonham.
1436—James N. Golden, Leonard.
§624-—Luther L, Newsome, Honey
854—James C. Dozier, Dodd City.
1894:—James R. Johnson, Bonham.
1878—Luther A. Johnson, Ladonia.
3257—Charley W. Stephens, Bailey.
1095—James C. Eubank, Honey Grove
2022—Joseph Knight, Honey Grove.
338&—Melvin W; Stevensoh, Bonham.
3382—Matthew Stewart, Bonham.
1455:—John L. Hall, Bonham.
3755—James R. Weaver, Monkstown.
783—Benjamin L. Coleman, Ector.
1813—Rollie L. Jones, Blue Ridge.
2787—Brandon Pruett, Ladonia.
1858—William H. Johnson, Ladonia.
2389—'Moss M. Mathie, Ladonia.
3567—Joe Thurmond, Bonham.
3657—Shelby G. Thomas, Telephone.
1752—Mathis H. Harrison, Dodd City.
2494—Clarence Miller, Ector.
26 to 50.
3674—Fred VanLear, Bonham.
3200—William R. Sebastian, Honey
3082—Carroll T; Reeves, Savoy.
3505—Allen Spies, Ravenna.
1117—Claude L. English, Bonham.
1572—Elbert L. Hays, Jr., Bonham.
2762—William W. Putnam, Wolfe
1748—Joe F. Hall, Leonard.
2195—Fred Lee, Bonham.
837—John H. Dryden, Honey Grove
2036—Homer A. Kinnard, Honey
§87—Emmett Broiies, Gober.
676—Robert Coffee, Honey Grove.
275—Charley M. Bagby, Wolfe City.
3827—Erwin Munford Wait, Bonham.
509—Charlie T. Cornelius, Honey
1185—Curtis Ferguson, Leonard.
564—William M. Corbett, Ivanhoe.
4056—John Leath, Bonham,
2166—Buddy Lucky, Honey Grove.
945—Oric L. Duckworth, Bonham.
1913—Charley A. Johnson, Bonham.
5§6;—Andrew J. Ctlaiktidr, Wolfe
3543—Fred W. Thompson, Bonham.
3067—Norman C. Rousey, Honey
51 to 75.
2620—John Nelson, Honey Grove.
2936—Paul O. Raspberry, Windom.
1267—R. T. Groves, Bonham,
3746—Willie Jofford, Monkstown,
2148—Jim Linton, Monkstown.
536—Jess L. Cooper, Trgntoh.
3812—Harvey W. Wiseman, Ravenna.
1495—Girt Hill, Honey Grove.
2453—Bascom S. Marshall, Bonham.
3640—Mack Tolsott, MbnkstoWft.
548—Safford Chaney, Bonham.
126—Charley W, Bond, Dodd City.
3070—Appie Rogers, Honey Grove.
1679—Turner A. Harwood, Ivanhoe.
8604'—William E. Taylor, Leonard.
3331-—Alonzo F, Staley, Carson.
1237—Oliver L. Fanning, Ravenna.
784—Granville O. Croft, Randolph.
1732—John R. Henley, Honey Grove.
755—Omer W. Cline, Wolfe City.
107—-Harvey T, Alston, Bonham.
3786—Oscar W. Woodson, Gober,
1546—Nathan L. Hix, Honey Grove.
1563—Ralph Harris, Randolph.
2099—Medford, J. Lyon, Leonard.
76 to 100.
1369—'Robert F. Green, Honey Grove.
2691—Bruce Oates, Bailey,
616—William E, Fashion, Lamasco.
373—Loyd S. Byrd, Telephone.
1676—John R. Howell, Leonard,
1266—Charlie Gale, Bonham.
1891—Willie Jackson, Monkstown.
775—John S. Caldwell, Ravenna.
3183—Andrew J. Siler, Lamasco.
2684—John H. Overman, Leonard-
3557—Fred Taylor, Honey Grove.
N* Sheffield, Ivahho%
486— Henry G. Blalock, Honey Grove
3499—James Simmons, Ravenna.
692—Tom W. Caston, Monkstown.
3721—James B. Walker, Ladonia.
600—Roy M. Cooper, Dodd City.
3256—Eddie F. Sparks, Dodd City.
3496—Herman Smith, Ravenna,
3539— fArHs D. Taylor, Savoy.
810—Luther 1m Gotham, Honey
1530— John E. Hansen, Ladonia,
2549—Roscoe Moore, Trenton.
1382—Charles E. Hooper, Ivanhoe.
507—Paul Butler, Trenton,
101 to 12§.
3553—Delner E. Taylor, Honey Grove.
309—Benjamin F; Boyd, Ladonia.
437—-Martiius E. Baldwin, Savoy.
2967—Dr. James M. Ray, Leonard.
3254—John W. Stone, Wolfe City,
3586—John Thomas, Bonham.
1324—Gary T. Guthrie, Bonham.
604—Meivifi F. Cline, Leonard.
3317—Will Stanley, Ladonia.
3359—Wesley G. Slagle, Monfelnwn.
48 .....Ben Argo, Bailey.
3706—itu§§§H VanDyke, Bonham.
2181—David N. LaWfenca, Wolfe City
3852—Daniel D’. Wilson, ffefltnn.
1763—E. Ingram, Dodd City.'
1548—George Howell, Bonham,
1264—Marvin Fagle, Ravenna.
1066—Sherman L. Eubanks, Ravenna.
924-—Luther E. Duckworth, 'Ravenna
2455—Mick S. Martzoukas, Bonham.
2501—John E. MeGargo, Ravenna.
3992—Floyd N. White, B&itey,
3471—Mershai Stahi, Borih'afiL
420—Houston B. Bragg, Bonham.
1014—Bowlin, Edlin, Honey Grove.
126 to 150.
1178Kintch B. Foster, Lamasco.
514—Ray S. Campbell, Bonham.
2374—I. E. Mhoon, Bonham.
433—Walter A. Boyd, Bonham.
1328—Willard Guest, Honey Grove.
2945—Harvey Mich, Whitewright.
3300—Laborn Simpsdil, Ladoilia.
10—Ernest Richard Adcock, L§ofts
3926—Dillard D. Whitworth, Leonard.
2725—Mtffiroe Parker, Honey Grove.
2783—James F, Pippin, Ladonia.
2756—Aguillar Pruitt, Whitewright.
2993—James W, Roberts, Honey
1045—Robert C. Elk, Dodd City.
1031—Thomas R. England. Ector.
1705—Robert R. Hazelwood, Bonham.
3149—Edgar L. Stine, Leonard.
3540— Albert E. Tyler, Honey Grove.
1531— Van A. Gainious, Windom.
1685—Carl J. Eassell, Lamasco.
487— Claude R. Beaty, Honey Grove.
3744—Will White, Monkstown.
1282—Thomas J. Groves, Lamasco.
3090—Carnie L. Roberts, Bonham
1323—Henry L. Glazier, Windom.
151 to 175.
1847—J. Oliver Jones, Bailey.
797—Carroll F. Carter, Bonham.
3546—Wallace Saunders, Windom.
140—Henry W. Burge, Leonard.
2599—William E. Worth, Lamasco.
1922—Albert B. Jenkins, Savoy.
2952—Lawrence Duncan, "Windom.
1723—James Hall, Honey Grove.
2808—Cliff Perkins, Mcrikstowib
3358—S. C. Strayback, Telephone.
1779—Dave James, Honey Grove.
1236—Rayburn R. Freeman, Ector.
2247—Ernest McMurtrey, Ivanhoe.
3818—Tom Watkins, Bonham.
2011—William F. Killian, Monkstown.
432—Sam E. Banker, Honey Grove.
3285—Carl H. Savage, Bailey.
2719—Selley E. Gwen, Sfivdy.
3053—Roy L. Ryan,- Bonham.
2962—Henry R. Rhudy, Ector.
18—Henry Anderson, Lamasco.
652—Marres Cervantes, Chinandiro,
3787—Albert H. Waters, Honey Grove
927—Phillip C. Dougherty, Bonham.
2868—Elbert L. Perry, Bonham.
176 to 200.
1484—William Hunt, Bonham.
739—Gustave. G» Cooper. Honey
1751—James F. Hughes, Leonard.
601— Clarence C. Carter, Dodd City.
3024—John E. Runyan, Telephone..
1322—Wesley C. Guthrie, Bonham.
1146—L. F. Fogle, Bonham.
3615—Ed Traylor, Wolfe City.
1103—Clyde A. Epperson, Ector.
2319—Jasper McBride, Wolfe City.
4072—Roy Nichols,, Bonham.
1395—S. V. Gentry, Trenton.
2479—Grover C. McCraw, Honey
606—Gilford G. Colliim; Leonard.
182—Alvin C. Bowen, Whitewright.
1771—Shermah Isaacs, Windom.
513—Floyd J. Clutter, Bonhanh
46—Mabrey Alexander, Bailiy,
1020—Robert W. Earnheart, Trenton.
3233—James S. Stokes, Trenton.
1651—Henry T. HuckUbefe, Dodd City,
1099—Defloure Elliott, Bonham.
1955—Solomon King, Honey Grove.
3208—John H. Smith, Honey Grove.
2441—Clem McClure, Bonham,
201 to 225.
2749—Haywood Pease, Bonham.
2628—Wesley Nelson, Honey Grove.
1636—John F. Howell, Honey Grove.
223—Earl E, Brown, Leonard.
2066—Walter C. Lankford, Trenton.
1441—Edward Clifton Gee, Direct.
117—Howard A. Bridge, Bonham,
2330—Jesse F. Murrell, Ladonia,
602— Mirble B. Cox, Leonard.
2675—William C. Newhouse, Honey
390—Julian A. Burns, Bonham.
2233—Thadieus N. Moreland, Trenton
2990—C. C. Raynes, Bailey.
3577—Lewis C. Thomas, Leonard
3293—Granville E. Stephens, Ladoni§
0F BROKEN LOTS
GOES MARCHING OUT TO
THE TUNE OF “LOW PRICE”
Gathered from every section of the store have come the en-
listments and what a fine lot of values each one is. Clear-
ance is in the air and what a good thing it is for a store, and
what an opportunity it represents for savings to our pat-
rons. All summer goods go marching out to make room for
new goods beginning to arrive for fall. Note these values.
Can you afford to overlook them?
Choice of any mens straw hat in the hous at----
Choice of any Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suit, values up to
$10,00 at ----,..........
.. . $0.95
Boys Palm Beach Suits in all colors, $5.00 values at $2.98
$1.00 Childrens dresses, sizes up to 14, sale price
Ladies white wash skirts at ..................
Ladies waist values up to $1.50, sale price......
“The Safest Place to Trade4’ ^
West Side Square, Bonham, Tex.
NOTARY WORK DONE
WILD H. EVANS, PHONE 31. BONHAM, TEX.
FULL STOCK OF EDISON MAZDA LAMPS, ALL SIZES.
GET A “HOTPOINT” IRON ON TRIAL FROM—
BONHAM ELECTRIC COMPANY
North Side Square, Phone 500.
3189—Stephen T. Slater, Ladonia.
3974—E. A. Wilson, Leonard.
1818—Thomas C. Joines, Whitewright
3828—Charles M. Watson, Bonham.
3481—Oscar N. Saye, Savoy.
772—Aubrey 'R. Culpepper, Ravenna.
1456 —Janies H. Huffman, Windom.
2939—Robert J. Rogers, Dodd City.
3528—Sam Trout* Honey Grove.
226 to 245.
721—John R. Cessna, Bonham.
3084—Henry Roddy, Honey Grove.
1419—Sam B. Golden, Leonard.
2390—William S. McFarland, Ladonia
786—Willie E. Cox, Ector.
1549—George T. Hudson, Ector.
1476—‘Dan Hgrtaige, Bonham.
3272—Charles Sherwood, Leonard.
3620—William F. Templeton, Windom
280—Robert W. Booth, Ladonia.
3259--Roy Shaw, Dodd City.
3965:—Henry Witherspoon, Wolfe City
2322—S. A. McClung, Bailey.
,3671—Jap Vanhooser, Ivanhoe.
1292—George W. Greenway, Ladonia.
% Amlin* Bonham.
-John W. Parker, Honey Grove.
-Elmer E. Daley, Carson.
-Joe C. Denton, Telephone.
-Gustave Crossland, Honey
NO MORE MILK.
I regret exceedingly to notify all
my customers that after the first day
of August I will not deliver any more
milk. I am forced to this action be-
cause I need all the milk I am getting
to use in making ice cream. I want to
thank all my customers for the nice
business they have given me, which I
appreciate very much. I will be glad
to furnish them, and all others, with
all the good ice cream they want,
By Earl 'Robinson, prop. 3
1916 MODEL CHEVROLET
to sell or trade. First class condition,
3 FULLER & ARLEDGE.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
DIN YOUR LIGHTS
The laws of Texas now make it a serious of-
fense for a car owner to drive his car until
he has made his lights so that they will not
make a glare,
There are a number of devices to prevent
this. We have the best kind. We have
plenty of lanses that will do the work per-
fectly. Let us fit your car with them and
thus save you taking any risk.
GET OUR LENS
GENERAL REPAIR WORK BY THE BEST
Bonham Motor Co
WEST FOURTH STREET
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Spotts, W. S. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 211, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 31, 1917, newspaper, July 31, 1917; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth839919/m1/3/: accessed July 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fannin County Historical Commission.