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BONHAM SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS, BONHAM, TEXAS.
TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918
The Bonham News
ESTABLISHED 1866.
L. E. DICUS, Editor and Publisher
Entered at the Post Office at Bonham,
Texas, as Second Class Mail Matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
$
Ona year-----------Si.00
Six Months____
Three Months___
* * * This paper has enlisted
with the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war * *.----*
ANNOUNCEMENTS
The News is authorized to announce
the following candidates, subject to
ihe action of the Democratic Primary
in July:
Yitilize the shving habit. Buy War
Savings Stamps.
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The great spring drive which has
betn so thoroughly advertised began
4 early in the morning of i.he first
day of spring.
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Governor Hobby has signed the Dili
which enacts State wide prohibition.
It is to become effective June 27.
• Three cheers for Governor Hobby.
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That Carranza-Wilhelm correspon-
dence should not be the source of
much worry. If it was Villa now it
would behoove us to sit up and take
notice.
Hindenburg is now claiming that
he was misquoted in the newspapers
about dining in Paris on April 1. He
probably meant to say Petrograd.
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Our soldiers and sailors offer all
they have for us. We must not use
their sacrifice to enable us to live in
comfort now. We can and must help
them by spending less and producing
more.
So eager to do what she can for
American soldiers that she will pay-
all her own expenses with money
earned by singing at concerts, Miss
Margaret Wilson, daughter of Presi-
dent Wilson, is singing, under the
auspices of the Young Men’s Chris-
tian Association, for the men in
khaki in camps as for west as Colo-
rado, and as far south as Texas.
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How many people, ss they whirl
along the highway in their high-
powered motor cars, ever stop to
think of the opportunities for mak-
ing the world brighter and sweeter
by their having lived in it. Tbev
are losing when they neglect to stop
once in a while and in a friendly
sort o’ way ask the pedestrian to
“have a lift” as their forefathers did
in the old days when they drove the
oxen, and later the mule or horse
teams along these same highways?
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GETTING ACQUAINT El)
One good that is to result from the
war is found in the’ -fact that .the
American people, are getting acquaint-
ed with each other. This is notably
true as relates to the city people and
the coui^ry people. Heretofore these
two great classes have known very
little of what the other was doing end
how it lived. This was more particu-
larly'true of the women than of tbr
men. The men have always mingled
more or less in their business dealings
and know each othgr, but with the
women it has been different. The so-
cial activities and other work of the
women of the city have been entirely
detached*-from the like activities of
the women who live in the rural .dis-
tricts, and for this reason they have
not known ea£h other.
'But the war is working a great
arm benericient change in the social
status of the country. The city wo-
men are doing Red Cross wc rk and
the women in the smaller towns nno
communities are doing Red Cross
voi k. This has , established contact
ic the common cause and there ha^
been mutual surprise and gratif k-a
ticn. Each has found the Qther a
band of worthy sisters and the inter,
mingling is proving a delight to all.
The city -women have found that
their sisters in the country are a
band.of true, womanly women with
aspirations ami ideals as high a.- theit
own, and the country women havi
found that the city women ar * not al!
frivolous and Useless ornaments i-r
ti e great work-a-day world.
This getting acquainted is Koun<! to
result in lasting good *•> aU the land.
We need to know each otn« r b<•;;«*.
and to co-operate more .closelc in a;
the affairs of life.'* It v\l eliminate
misunderstandings that have wrought
evil ami will Kelp us to wiauitain a
closer brotherhood and approa h mor-
rapidly the * high ideals of Christian
civilization.—Gainesville Register.
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For County Judge:
W. A. SPANGLER
A. P. BOLDING
For County Clerk:
DEETS DOROUGH
J. B. LAUGHLIN.
Foh Sheriff:
O. B. FINCHER.
W. E. BIGGERSTAFT
J. E. (ED) WHITLEY
ED BRENT
For County Attorney:
O. L! COUCH.
A. L. McRAE
For Public Weigher at Bonham:
SAM B. MILLER
LEE MOORE ^
, J. L. GAMBLE.
W. J. (BILL) MARCOM.
T. J. KENNEDY .
For Commissioner Precinct No. 4:
SAM TYLER.
SAM P. KEENE
J. N. BALL.
For Commissioner Precinct No. 1:
. . S. H. PARKER
BURR WRIGHT
For Constable Precinct No. 1:
M. H. BENTLE.
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OVERLAND
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Overlands have not advanced. We can etill sell you our r-.Odel 9C
—5 passenger touring car for $870 delivered. See it if you want a
ca’r with all the comfoits immaginable. Our Big Four is only. $1010
delivered. The price may advance-—we hope not. put be safe and
get an Overland NOW. See thc.se- Republic Trucks we haw Sjotd
and ask what service they give, then let us fit you up wi< h one.
Hendrix & Williamson
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There is a'right step .toward get-]-
ting for the people what the people i
v ant'gnd should have.
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Can you imagine ja Postmaster un-
it der any one of the series, of “financial
Cluck! Cluck! Cluck!
II Presidents” taking this step on behalf THE MOTHER HUN call; fo her baby chicks, but one by one the little
j j fellows fail tci respond to ii call. If the little chick could talk it would
:iL.„ President of! 1 , U MU I!
H of the people ?
m In Woodrow- Wllldn
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the .United State,s. tjho people possess Atll bis mother its legz: arc to work, or it is suffering with gapes,
j the exact antithesis! of the Kaiser,
whose life and work, are the curse
of-German and’of-the world.
The Kaiser wanU power fpr him- .
self,territory for Prjussia, glory for!
| his miserable dynasty, regar lie'.-: «>;
« , human w elfare.
gj .The President of the United State. :
wants nothing for himsdf; expressly
repudiates for this option any thought
of annexation, concentftites clear mind
and will on the problem of keeping
liberty and justice alive in the world
by the use of this njation’s strength.
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gbowel trouble',. or maybe covered with lice. The^- need a good tonic
ti at contains- elements to prevent and effre leg weakness, to prevent and
cure* indigestion,, to regulato the bowels, and. to prevent and cure gapes.
Dr. Hess Poultry Pan a ce a
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PHONE 133
BONHAM, TEXAS
HE is-the head, chosen by the peo-
ple. They are*greaterul for ):b? lead-
peas,’ soybeans, peanuts, and other
cr|ps.
• Scarcely any two farmers p’unt. ex-
actly alike. Land varies- .n tevtil’ty
even in the same field, so it follows
mat the best planter should bo one
that can be adjusted to plant jeep or
shallow, hills close together or,fa
apart, and adjustable to. drop two,
three, four or more seed any desired
distance apart . Where fields are
“hilly” and the soil varies in fertili-
ty, this feature of planters vril. be
appreciated.'
Special pea or bean hopper may be j
secured to put on the plow or ertil- j
.zer hoppers when it is desired to j
drill both corn and peas or beans inj
the same row at the ^ame operatici .1
portance,of* each German sh’p afloat
at the end of the war.” *
If the Gerinans hereafter sink any,errhip, for his strength, for his iron
Dutch foo<l snips from America try-j will, for hia' persistent,’ unmoved use
ling to rj-ach Holland, as they un- o' the power that they have given to
dcubtcdly will.' it could not be fairly him.
or honest’, maintained by them that The blher dav undi,,’. his ordei...
|fnc afikings* were in retaliation for the railroad.-, "a part of the national '
i Holland s forced acceptance of the equipment,” as he truly says, were t
j commandeering of the Dutch shipping made a part of the national" ni^chnv
laid up in entente and A merican
ports. For the Germas have already! Ydu niay be surfe thal thcsc rail_
been sinking neutral ships tarrying ’ wi11 nbver a„ain became the
food to the small European neutrals (fir;anciaI tools 01 pub& (.xploit;uion
for reasons of a very different nature amJ privRte h:ct}kn,n ,y..
That
•autocracy” that Wall Street
For
Tired
Eyes
HOW AHOU 1 THAT NEW
FAIR OF GLASSES YOU
PROMISED ' YOURSELF
You can r»ad with 'much more
comfort these long winter nights
coi tains all,^f These elemdms, ami MR. U. R. FISHEL of Hope. Ind.,
the originator :of FirhioFs White f*Jymouth Rocks tells us that
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‘TAN-A-UE-A HAS BEEN ! HE BEST All) TO MY POULTRY FLOCKS
FOR MOKE THAN TWENTY YEARS.”
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Wc sell ai)d •positively guarantee Dr. He. - Poultry I'an-a-ce a.
For lice 'te sell and guarantee
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Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer
A fine pokvd* i put up in a round can v.jlh perforated.top.
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So far>^t Germany is concerned, tfie
point has been reached when to argue |
the .niceties of international law in .^mplains of will come,into p ay b<-
dtolmg with her is like stopping to j'orc- tiu‘ rmlroads, rebuilt with pub-j
read the Decalogue aloud to r. blood-,Uc n‘u,u >' lakon bi“k ^ *r**U J
smeared desperado shooting
town.—Springfield Republican.
if vofir glasses fit rjight.
Come in and consult us
them.
-bout
h
up a
owners
j The| Federal Rei-erve banking sy.s-
Vtcm. bitterly fought by the banks, is
new recognized aa the agency that
ND OPTICIAN.
JEWELER A
TWO STALLIONS
WOODROW W ILSON, PRESIDENT „.akvs bank stabiiity anil ba„|;'solv,'n.
OF l . S. FIVE YF.A.tS Cy possible in war. ’ Senator Coke
—!- I The President throu- . the Federal]make the season
What Do the People Owe Him? \\ hat Reserve made the fi/,ances of the Steger Livery Be
is His Share in the Prose: Nation 'country safe against panic and- tin- j 92-St- John P. S
financial -wolves of tile country. . .1
I hrough the 1- cderal • Farm. l.<;an
Ad, enabling the farmers to obtain
has
of Human Libcrtj ’
Wells, Nunnelee <5 Humphrey
and| Ed C-"»ke will
it the John P.
-n.
teder Livery Co.
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K>R SAIJ
B; Arthur Brisbane* .
To answer tfra questions you must credit. Woodrow Wiisoti
i
done i
f: qi-ick
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Exit a good t-*'m'. Uf young mqles
notr.
E. M. BURNS.
9<i 18t
E PLANTS
Plates can be obtained for planting j answer others. . mmore for farmers than the Repuuii- for cash or good
every known, variety of seed. The] What i.- the- value- of a man of ‘ins, in ail their years of promising !M’>-2t
piates are accurately cast, ground anu j ireu will and nob‘e character, at the ntuch and doing little.
polished and work smooth! .- when j head of the greatest nation in the Woodrow \V ilsua. fighting ;< r a tax i EGGS—for hntjchiifitr S'E.aO tor 15
kept bright and the w earing parts j world’s emcjgency ? ’ I UN WEALTH, AND NOT M EREL Y from prize wifcniffig pen Ringlet
arc oiled occasionally. ' What is tne \-ulue of.a man five ON MEN, has put a great -part of Rocks. — MRS. J. 1|. MAYES, Ector
fie lit selfi.-h ambition, knowing well tnc burden, of this war on the should- ' Texas. Box 201
the character of the nation that he A*1’, that should carry it. , , --
directs, concentrated absolutely upon Look for the explanation, v i ep you „ ( AlffiAC
duty and the carrying out of the t»a- l,far the very rich calling Woodrow, __L
j W ilson an "autocrat. ] Our field grown c&bliage plants 40c
History will tell of the world's j The President, head of t-he nation per hundred at natefli. Our* box cab-
gi cat debt to Woodrow Wilson. The and of its, army and navy, sjvak. for bage plants 50c per I (HI*. Tomato and
story cannot be told now, we are too Uie nation to the countries with which proper plants are about*ready for the
close u> it. ' j vve are at war. - niarket. I 96-4t
Five years in the White House this | Quietly, \yithout threats in ihe tor.e MAY 1- JA<’KS(»N.
planting.:—The Progressive Farmer. week and more than three ef those , that should be u.-pd by one repEe.-< :t ----*--
years (rf w ar, disaster and anxiety, j ing a nation of r. hundred inillions. i- EGGS—from jingle Contb
This week is. important in the tin President ImiJ* ^aid to Germany Leghorns from pure young stock
world’s history. i what this nati<»n want., said. And $,.25 fo 15. post paid. J. M. Gra-
There is not a man. woman or hi; tone will not change. hairt. Lamasco, T
• liiId living but has cause to be great-., Prussia also co liplaips that Wood ] ____ ,_J.
ful that Woodrow Wilson iu<. lived row Wilson “i.-, an autocrat.*
through the five years—<uuse to hope On celebratin'- the fifth year of | •ftntC.faai^tttUC
that his life and his work; may last Woodrow Wilsons ;er\ic< » es chief j 8
long. _ citizen of the Republic, oik of . his
Stupidity, and thwarted^ gtvvd. crit- Cabinet caries still farther aid wider ja
ECZEMA!
Hunt’* formerly
Hont't Cure Is guaranteed to
•top and permanectiy cure that
terrible itching. It is com-
pounded for that purpose and
your money will Be promptly
reutnded without question
I if Hunt's Salve fails to cure
Itch. Bctema . Tetter. Bing Worm
or any other st.n disease. 7?c
the box.
For sale locally by
J. W. PEELER
Although bakers who use less than
three barrels of flour and meal a
month are hot required to secure food
administration licenses, a recent rule
gives them the right to come under
license. ,
The planting furrow is-mam with a
aoe, shoe, disk or double disk Opener.
The shoe opener as a Yuie is better
adapted to general farm conditions,
is it pene-trates the ground and makes t-en's- will?
t easy to hold the machine in line,
fke he-els of the runners should stand
ipart about one inch, holding the fur-
row open until the seed is deposited,
contributing to uniform depth in
THE DUTCH SHIPS
i Over >41.000 in 5-cent
coupons h:.s come in f|-om
On the legal side, the coinhir ndeer-
ng of Dutch ships ha* a certain
lualified sanction under the law of
angary, though the- practice is not
sufficiently established by precedent
c-j make it anything but a last re-
v>rt. On the ethical side it 'i.. sup-
B rown
9.3-8t
Clean Teeth
Smilagc
the big
canips* to 1 ead-quavters at the Cum-
in ision on Training Camp A»tivitie.s
in Washington. These coupons rep-
leseiit adnjr.-.'ion> to theatrical events
at the cateps.- Soldiers from the
smaller towns received their books
early, because oi the prompt! response
of these places when Smilygc books'.
were placed on' sale, and in many SaCBUBUSKnUBUnc
cases have used them up. t' >
Make your sprinj* drive t«»
health by taking Adrnir-
ine Tonic Sarsaparilla.
An Excellent i*oaic that prevents
malaria, builds up the system,
purifies the blood and restores
health. A sure appetizer.
Guaranteed. Price $1.00
Professional Cards
ported by the juct tiir.t tin owner* i«’i..e tho Drc-sidc-nt as a.i autocrat-. ‘no national thoiiglu of, Govtrqment j g
jre to be fully reimbursed, and by He IS. fortunately, an - a-Jtocrat in ownership and Governhjent control of | n
.he reported wiilingnes. ol’ the Neth- jf he real sense of thdt word. property and values created by the j ®
erlands to turn over the ship» voiun- He uses*- the strength .hat is in people. :
trjily if it were not fur the epposif Wnt* bis ”sodf-atrength.”'- and many Postmaster General BurjespiL m a.|i
-ion of Germany. | noblie enemies have found to their message to Congress, offers to take j j
sorrow what that strength ;s over and operate the, telephone'?sys-1!
He usese ion. the people, the great- ,tem of the Distrct of Celunibia,
cr strength that the people l ave giv- making of it a bran* h of th^ ';I’ost|S
en him. * Office guaranteeing to the < itizers j §
He kno'.v., that a nation like a body freedom from the increased telephone! 2
rneds a head in war particularly— taxation thtit priyate owners demand- 3
that the people cannot wa’k in Jwo rd. guaranteeing to the e'mpmy* - no 2
diff erent directions, less pay ■ than at present. ? I •§
Exclusive
Playerphone
DR. M. V. GRAY
— Dentist—
, Office Uver First National Bank tf
■ B Telephone Number 352 *»
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, j:t a n 1$ a a a a a aaaraa
This is the real crux, for Holland’s
K'sition is one of grave danger, and
t has been obiigeo to yield lo many
lemands amfc to refuse to \ ie!«l to
others simply to preserve, its nc-ufi.ai-
ty. In view of the atrocious treat-
uent of Dutch shipping- by German
,ubmarmes, dc.iunciatien in the Ger-
man press of the seizure of Dutch
•hips by the allies is grotesque enough
out the people
add* n uth to a .')ih.. . Betu-.r
drop in wild h.yk'e those dir.y
tilack teetli brightem**1 up.
You v 11 be pleased with
their appcajtance a.n; their
t: a tfu a-.*a r. :: aaaana
eat u res
nice, clean
need any f ill*,
without pain
ling. If you
1 I i:.an do it
n-.l will posi-
of the N-therli'.nda | ^
M
/jC-vo to deal with realty . i than| :j
ith tlieolie.-, -no n litni}a, \ -doul-i’:j
elect to. punish Holland for an act
which it is unable to prevtoi the al-
ts are in no po.-ition to gi * h aid.
e'er this r< a.>on the conseqiu-nc* s oi
m- proposed eizure will o.- awaited
v-ith some concert., but.- ur 5« ua.
get it may bring to iloft^i c e.i for
lie effect it hut; have «oi ' i. • n't-yiu*-
• tin- Dutch: people.
The Germans, howt vt r, hat
•very jiiteution of d« a.Si.ig v. un
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mall neutrals in ilo ii vn hi t;, v. it H- S
-ut mercy <» even wiiiri-mO-i faith. §
.••,'ii!?- pol ,,. • plrinis - .ti e ; 3
u the deliberate leu peei'ing* •■: the J g
Spanish ship f?-rfiinero. Ioji i<o with 8
grain for
t,’v< 1. 'guarfiivtic the work.. I
Tlfivo been in Bonham four-
teen years and the
largest business of r.ny year
since Jocaviug here. Thcii1’
a reason.
Dr. F. C. Allen
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Om Bhilip Wi»». Fn al-
lure Store
South jiddb-Square.
K. T. LIPSCOML
Atlorney-at-L*%*
r The one itigh-grade i»t*A mm*;;! “
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. that lenders peiierf interim*- •:
.‘ tation from every dijse rteind. j ’
No change of equipment neces- •'
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sar>. u
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Brannon Jewelry Co. ;
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Offices Third- Floor 8
Fanidii County National Bank 8
Building. Phone 377. 8
4 :: 8 n 8 n % 8 8 :* n 8 u
:; a a a a ^ :: .. .
• E M. BURNS
— Engineer nnd Surveyor—
Office over Sid Smi4!i'i Store
Bonl an., l'exaa
See H — Hear It—Now 1
:: a a a r a a a a a a a a a
aaaiaia
Is
BUY A PLANTER THAT IS AD-
JUSTABLE
The large majority of the farmers
in the South use the one-row p!an*er.
as it is drawn by one horse. How-
e cr. the two-row planter is a great
labor-saver and w-®uld be verc profit-
able on many thousands of Southern
farm*. It can be used to plant corn,
..(•On tons of A'tn n ;.n
witzerlaud, which .-.a- be« i >h ppedl jj
ccording t<> sira«g*-.ti<'.i'>- p* t teetc-u | d
octween the- Swiss and tf.e Uniter.
■'U-te»-Governinthito. -The :.Hiii.ei<:
a.-, engaged in ..m trf r-p . - an<:
..- lie11 u i- W.a. outs:.1C of a ‘i . |ii winb
ted zone. tue German* ut'matin’?
ommander. hi-fore -inking 1 • • - ship
..ad examined her paj>. .< :»n« .• :;ith-<,
fiat ;t wa.- ;i Swiss y. , ,
uo<l on a Spanisn v. i r<- , . atx.u'.
o destiby on ’the high.,« a.-. • h* eon
lurion which the United Sta’es -War
Tra<le Board draws from H at v« r\
recent incident is evidently . i-orrecf.
hat “the act was to prevent Switz-
erland whoi-e urgent urd immediatr
need of food i~ a > i known ti Ger-
,many. from i* reiving- - he American
grain. *to destro- . Sfnfsh ship foi
after- .the war trade : r.d to raise by
thin much the r> a‘ ve value and im-
'.i pias*
• HERE IS A MESSAGE TO YOl
MON VRCH Malleable Ranges eie made proof agam^i
from Rust by Vitreous F.namehd Flue Linings.
’! bat*means you can. now enjoy the economy and ati.-laeL- i j>f a
aci -tight Malleable Range .thr quick se rvice’of a *'StoeJ . Range'*,
ami at the same tim*
-umutun.'mmmuiiminrniCTmmi;
POULTRA AND EGGS 8
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Increase y nit F.gg Prmin.Jtion by ; xt
feeding Marlin’.-. Flgg Producer. Guai^iS
an teed and made by a Texas concern* !3
Buy it at l ay or .V ( p.’s Grocery j 8
store SS-lOt]S
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El.C.S FOR H \ I t HING
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was ever known to hay.
r durab lit- greater than any t\ p»-
■veri a,n.i* "V-vyi-V-.fl-
Rang
Brow ii I -horn FI; ! atching jl
i; dm- ri.i"*. <. c. pf;hkins jg
‘■U-St Bonham. Route “ la
m the inarket for a truck see us.
We. now have the famous
V
Wichita and Chevrolet
N<> -ii». <i to tajee th - fait' ■" i o», . jn 0nd
>'• < an-i f.-*! Thr \itr<-"u. F-nan-* • rrmg the
va t -% J ;
^ u'* know what \ ltrri ci, F.nar e I-njn a dozen'<ivfT.'•*< i hou--.
tio'id' u-* ,• ?.ou know thr.' ft i- rot... llerTed bv RC>T.’ • .
BUI \ III RIF I SI VMP FA EIO D VY.
Smith - Noore - Willatns Co.
t ORN FOR S\1 I -
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R’eniv of good ,big
lor .-ale-
\\ hit ' < orn
at ii.y barn h> tw. c n < ar.-on 1 8
^ 4
a i • <\r.<-in ir i; U
8 - ... Hi • X
h lines lo select from.which gives you seven dif- [
tt “
|V>R S A I I U hijiporw !; Pea.-.
i .lit- p<-r poun<j at the Orphans’
home. Buy; the-, pea.- and 1 eip. the
oiqihany l.aniasco, ,T»-xas 04-8t
erent trunks to select from
jp p ; ,
Price Right and the Strongest Guarantee
‘ A HK.-V1 STOKK”
217-223 .South Main St. .... Phone
omtmmj8nm:: awaxaataaianaiaaa lamaraama tamaiu 8mtJmtmn: at rr:
.FOR SALE Good Prairie hay at
uu ha*n on WeM Eigh*h -ti• • L. Ja.-.
A Clink^nbeard. ’ 94 4t
Do your h't hily Thrift Stamps.
Fleming & Fitzgerald
LOST—A bay mule 14 C Wnds. Tip Sales of war-savings stamps have
of ears are split by wife. Liberal run as high as $3,000,000 a cay. This
reward for. infbrmation.—Henry Sted- amount provides the Treasur, with
ham, R. o, M otfe City. 90-Mt aL.oyt oiie-tenth of the entire amount
-j--x—:- ' now being expended by the Nation
.. _ 1 for the war. While $2,000,000 is only
|)|3U * " ' onts a day for every man, woman
and child ip the country, the entire
r.TVKS <4I KK KEUKFJPOB 0„st „f ibe »-ai. ic but 30 „,nte pcr
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Dicus, L. E. The Bonham News (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 97, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 26, 1918, newspaper, March 26, 1918; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth913732/m1/2/ocr/: accessed August 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.

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