The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 213, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1920 Page: 4 of 6
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SEE OUR LINE OF
Ladies’ and Gents
J. F. Bowling Produce Co.
Opposite Post Office
The Favorite Las put In a lino ol
typewriter ribbons, carbons and pa
pe's, and can fill your order at unco.
FOR SALK—'Traitor with now tiro:
unit in good condition. See mu at,
2t MRS. MATTIE McDANIEL
INCKKXSK Ml S.'C.bOO.IiOO OVER
HIM SK API'IIOPRI A I’lON IS- j
WASHINGTON. April 8 Although 1
standing on the 1621 naval building
program as authorized by the House, j
lh«- Senate Navi Affairs Committee
'.•ill recommend an increase of aSHO, -
bOO,000 over House appropriation* to
enable quick construction. The Holme
bill authorized u total ol $121,500,(8(0
The Senate committee, which v irtu-
ally completed tin* naval bill today
and (Ians to report it to the Senate'
late tliis week, ul*o grunted liberal
increase* for other naval enteiprises,
including an in 'rea-e of neurly •'510,-
000,000 for naval aviation.
The largest single increase wn
$11,700,000 for completing aviation(
tenders under consti uction at Hog I
land, for which material already husj
been fabricated. The House omitted'
To complete the lull! building pro-
grom us decided on by the House, the
You Can’t Rub It Away;
Rheumatism is in the Blood
Liniments Will Never Cure.
If you ere afflicted v>dth Rheu-
matism, why waste time with lini-
ment*, lotion* and other local appli-
cation* that never did cure Rheu-
matism, und never will?
Do not try to rub the pain away.
Try the sensible plan of finding the
cause of the pain, and go after
that. Remove the cauue, and you
remove the pain.
You will never be rid of Rheu-
matism until you cleanse your
blood of the germs that cau «• the
disease. S. K. S. ha, never had an
equal as a blood purifier and score*
of uffiTera say that it has cleansed
their blood of Rheumatism, and re-
moved all trace of the di-ca: e from
Get a Lottie of 8 .3. S., and get
on the right treatment to-day. Spe-
cial medical advice free. Addre. s
Medical Director, 111 Swift Lab-
oratory, Atlanta, Ga.
FREE INNER TUBES
Senate committee ra'i-cd the appro-
priation fiom $1H,0<8),000 to $52,- i
000,000. Ill Its of $11,000,000 Ufr tor !
*pedo heat construction und $4.',000,- To inlroducc our new line ol
000 for urnior plate were lift unchan- Tires ill this COUntV.
md. tit EVERYBODY'S.
In providing additional funds for; -—«i. —— -
aval aviation, the Senate committee IREK K IN DERG AltT KN TICKETS.
iiuToii'-cd the House item for nuvul Fur benefit o'I'Tec Kindergarten ut
. ireraft from *1*1,000 to $6,500,000 High i-vhool auditorium Friday night
and tluit for new aviation stations ut 7i45 p. m., air for ale at Bonham
from <1,2 i7,OOO to *.7,100,000. Funds; Gaudy Kitchen, price 2o cunts. Read
for experiments and developing all the progrum elsewhere in this paper,
types of aircraft were increased from ——
$2,1017,000 to .13,700,000. FOR RENT Three furnished
u looms one block east of square on
Bate*’ Improved Antiseptic Liniment. East 7th tied. Rhone 02 green. 2t
A Growing Bank Balance
Some hold t hat any one w ith an income of $50,01)0 and
spends only $5,000 is a miser. As a matter of fact the man
who saves $15,000 adds that much to the available capital
of the country.
If the $46,000 is merely deposited in some bank, the
bank will lend this money to someom who is engaged in
business and thus facilitate production of commerce.
The same principle holds true with the small saver. The
great army of small savers enables our Bonham hanks to he
of such valuable m rvice to the community.
First National Bank Family
I a *
TpHIS LINIMEN V has stood the actual test of public approval for a third of a century and is
m today the safest, most reliable and effectual liniment on the market as well as the cheapest.
It posscscs an incontestible efficaciousness not before attainable by any other liniment for
the rapid relief and cure of diseases for which we recommend it. Can be used internally and
externally and is
Good '-’or Man or Beast
In wounds, whether they be cut, torn or lacerated or punctured, the use of this liniment
freely prevents pain, soreness, swelling or inflamation. It docs not smart or burn when applied
to cuts, burns or raw surfaces. In bites or stings of snakes or insects this liniment is one of the
best antiseptics you can use. It will relieve the pain of burns and scalds in just a few minutes
also toothache or earache. It is an antiseptic that stops iritation, subdues inflamation and drives
Internally can be used for colic, cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, coughs, colds, sore throat and
many diseases which we have not mentioned.
As to its merits, all we ask is a fair trial, or ask any of the people who have been using it.
They can give you proofs, convincing you that our liniment is all we claim.
We want to warn you against imitations, as our liniment is imitated. Insist on the
Bate’s Improved Antiseptic
put up in straw colored cartoons with red lettering and is manufactured by the
BATES’ MEDICINE CO.
RtPORI ON R[ ~
MIG BERGER, U HO H AS ( II VKGli
Ol WORK. WILL HE IN THE
< m SOON.
Owing to Hie fact tlmt no informa-
tion concerning tin- reclamation pro-
position on liot il’Arc creek hiol been
forthcoming for sometime, Secretary
t'hns. It, Inglish wrote u letter of in
quiry to Hess K- Skinner of Dallus the,
first of the week concerning the mat
ter, and urging them to Hike active
un<l definite steps immediately.
Mr, Inglish received a communion
tion front the firm of constructing en-
gineers yesterday, stating uiiii the,
company had been working on the
proposition for • nine time, making up
n complete and detailed report, nnd to
some extent 11n<I been delayed in se-
curing certain data from state offi- [
rials. However the report has been!
compiled, and Mr. Inglish was advis
ed that their Mr. Burger, who has had j
charge of this work all along, would |
he in Bonham within the next few
With the arrival of Mr. Burger,
something of a definite nature may
he expected, at any rule the details
■ f the proposition will lie laid before
the interested parties ut this time.
This is n piece of constructive work,
which lui* the support of not only the
land owners along the creek, hut of I
the business men hire ns well, and I
Bonham is determined that something!
shall be done within the near future
to conserve and reclaim nil this land.'
and at the same time add so much to I
the resources of the rich section ad-
joining this city.
$3,800—ONLY TEN I) V A S -$3,600
(In North Center street we hate
the Faher Russell place for sale, a
rooms and bath, large lot. every con-
venience. !.oration can't be bent. If
not sold within 10 days from today
the present owner will move in this
home und It will be permanently off
2t b ANNIN COUNTY REALTY CO.
I OR SALE.
lilucklnnd- the old Coonrod home i
stead, 2 1-2 miles S. E. of Leonard. |
about lob acre*, (i or 8 acres in tim-i
her, balance in cultivation. Two sets
improvements. Will sell at $173 per
acre if sold al once. And you get ila-
rent this year. Will Is glad lo show;
you. See II. A. Coonrod, Vdnlinistru 1
tor, llonhum, Texas. ct
IMPKOV KM ENTS \ I THE NAT.
Cement hus been ordered for the
new phe ter walls of the pool at the
Nat. All the side: und the floor of
the pool will lie given a new coat >1
plaster which will give the pool u
smooth surface. The Nat will be
open earlier this year than it \va-
last, in fact the fii t warm days of
Ihe season will see it ready tor busi-
PRICE OF COAL.
If you intend to put In your win-
ter’s coal, now is the time to buy. It
will not lie cheaper, but will advance
in price every month. $12.00 per ton
now for Best M< Alester Coal is a g.....I
tf BONHAM ICE CO.
HOME ON EAST 10TH STREET
A good I room house, nearly 1 -
nere ground. It's a buy at $1:150.00.
Terms that suit. Phone 01 or (158.
2t .1. M. LOWKKY.
If you have not planted your corn
or Imve to plant over, 1 can furnish
you with plenty of good sound seed.
"t It. V. HILL.
BUY the Rexo Kodak and filin'
They make the plainest pictures. At
The Brannon Jewelry Co.
We Can Repair
Scored cylinders, cracked motor blocks, cracked cvlin-
‘ler crunk-eases, leaky radiators. All work
l»UAKAN I hLD.
WE SELL THE BEST TIRES IN THE WORLD—
We put them on WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE, and
pump Them up ready to hide.
The Bonham Garage
JOE B. JOHNSON, Prop. North Main Street
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Spotts, Sherwood. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 213, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1920, newspaper, April 9, 1920; Bonham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth922291/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.