The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY FAVORITE.
T If f AN0 UTt PRIMING COMPANY
W. S. Srorts
Eal*r«tt at it* 1* .< !*.<
Tea a*, a* IrraaFCk
OKKlx I NoKTH V X
Sl’l K kit’! ION
Per Month, "i aUvatwe.
*|Htttual imai mg. It A Tr»*» prophet aajrs th* «*»
that tiu*tmg, u«»que*tMM» tctraiuni it at •*.*»»«• Anothri
i in Jr»u» t hn*l •• nnri Ihmr |mh liMiljhliil (Hlo** *
iiitvsi. Mill at t»«* i> the it looking lm a d« nmrrat'C |*««•
it mut loiriri, xlcot MlhfUrfta>I' I mini.
min aac aowKMil**
Mill IgalMi II TWf
hlHAf ftl lit* I i#*rl*lii * ••••
Y, trHt »M r» tut?
mi.k trilinii I • « *NV * l*AH
CROP PMISPRTS BHIliMIK
Mm IUi OoilMrt »Mdnl.lh
H*«l *hrol 0M>
Thi Tnn* |> tmuliiHi auiili
bade a*4i into v.in. thmii m iu’Imi
lout an Ur o»«ii t’« tail rn«l«l i
conn* in itMit.n l with one of th
llanrt Hannah iwiiHj ,- Mi ui
phiw Xtvj (fnuiUl.
"1ESUS0. *.A/\RUM PASSIMbV
Jmui hail npoki'ii to hit tliiriph »
the pitiable of thc judge anti the
importunate* widow, and had $|>ok
en unto i*i*i tam “which trusted in
themselves'' the parable of the
I’haiisee and the publican. had
WHell douM assniis; a hen on-
emo*» gather; xx hen misfni tunes la*
tali; a h<ii ad \ Cl si tie* In .it; when
the toad i* rough and the way is
dark, when smiows lu nod in the
heart and hope grows weak, faith
whisper* amid the gloom, ".Irtiui
of Na/aieth jmsseth hj," ami the
burden glows ligh’cr, the road
glows smoother, and the hcatt
aitn n I mats with hope.
.1 raus of N at a ret h pns*eth l»y
Texa« lays ptoud elaiin to i<ti*mg
one tenth of all the mule* in the
routitry. 11 ere doubt lists n the
wherefor**no*s of all the braying
and kicking in that tonality.—
Memphis tVimnieiitat Appeal.
I., h Hargi
uttered that which was at oner a
divine command and a sweet ami every tuvinm and every |M*»ple now,
gracious inv itation that littie ehil for those who k iow him and feel
dreu be suffered to come unto him; the blessed lies, id his teaching ami
had warned his disciples of the dau reap the linits of his life of set
A widower is hi his glory when
he is going aiound with a young
gill lierause, necording to a Texas
philosopher, he thiuks he is mak
ing the widows “tuii ible jealous,”
— Montgomery Advertiser,
Deafness Cannot b* Cured
by local applications as the) cflb
not reach the diseased poitiou of
More Tremblers fell.
Naples, June I»uimg the
night a seiiesoi slight eaithi|uakra
were leeoiiled by seismogi aph* at
(mints in Kmthern Italy. The
ills' ui bai.c *s an* not otherwise no-
• tlceab'e and the people this ugh-
'out the legion severely rhaken yes-
teld ly aie ealim i in the hope that
the worst is oi cl'.
4 Hill mijiwtt«
than an any U*e this ym, ai .
reeling to ie|w»rts Immii rations,
puts of the county, t'olton that
had to lw* ir|danted aflct the hail
Is up to a girt'd stand ami shows i
Iw'tter prow pacta than Iw foie, j
Nraitx all ol it has bet a ehop|*eil
out and is ready for the plow.
(Ami has come out wornlei fully
also since the had, and is in line
Wheal and cats are making a
India yield than was anticipated
a couple of weeks ago. I he hot
winds of a few days ago ha* can sis I
the wheat to ripen, ami the thrash
ers aie working oveitlme.
On the river oat* are ropoited
better than for vein*. One river
fanner stated yesteiday that his
nats would average at least titty
gerof riches, when the youog ruler j vice and sacrifice, are planning Ihe ear. There is only oneway of
went away “very sorrowful,’’ and ami pray ing aud giving lo send Ins cure C cal news, and that Is by eon-
then had foretold his disciples of gospel into every land and unto stitutiOnnl tthuslies. Deafness is
, eveiy i leatmi ; and when lus heal Caused by an intlamed condition of
v ing of mind ami imd v ami soul j the mucous lining of the Bustach
shall have r< me to manifold mil
limn who aie leiuly to receive him,
vvlc-n they feel tin* thiill of a new
his approaching suffering ami
death and resurrection, but th
grasped not lus meaning, t’.n urh
they were plainly told they wen*
going to Jeiusalem, where as to
him prophecy should be fultilled.
As they journeyed there occurred
one of many incidents that marked i Nazareth passeth
maiKeil with beauty and lieni li i* hronicle.
oonoeandpowcrhialifear.il min j ———
iht* Conservation of Nilure’s Resourti* the bushels to the acre, ami that
in some places on the river the,
yield would Ik* greater than that.
THE FANNIN COUNTY NATIONAL fr
HON HAM TEX.Y8
Capital Surplus '-S
J \\ Russell Pres. J T. Kennedy,
C. L. Bradford, Cashier
J W. Russell.
Kvi I). Stcjjer,
J. B Russell,
J. T. Kennedy,
T. L. Rogers.
J. \V. Rainey.
I. T. Dale, Richard B. Semple.
The affairs of this Bank arc mana
whv' are veil known for their business abi
i d by
Applies as well to our physical
state as to material things. (’. J.
Mulong, Washington, K. I. realiz
oil his condition, ami took warn-
ing Ivefore it was too late. He says:
A Woman great Ideal
Is how to make herself aitiactive
and richer and nobler life, they wheu it is entirely closcd( deafness
will know that indeed vJesus of Is the fcnult, and unions thelnilam
by.— Houatou nation can be taken out and this
; tube restored to its normal condi-
— tion, healing will lx*destroyed for
Two men who sold pills to ward ever. Nine eases out of ten are
“I siiflered novel el v from kidney
... ‘Uour bottle ol fob-M KMtoy A .ik, ooooo.
will Is* nervous anil irritable. ( on
_____ ________ _ Kidiit-j)
sound nr imperfect hearing, and ; ik>lim|y< an,( „„n consider tliysrl
thoroughly cured. This should Ik* . , .. ,bnw
a warning to an not to neglect tak , »'•* kidney jbo.so'.s show
ing Foleys Kidney Homedv until | »'• pbnples. bio ehra, skin u..ptio s
it is t«m late.”—Sold by j. W. and a wretched romple.ion Hut
j,^., ... 3 Fleet'1C Bitters always prove *♦
' godsend to women who want health
[ tK*auty anil friends. They
The fai Fast then, as now, wasioffdanger from the comet have «**aaed by t’atarrh, which is noth-
tilled with many beggars—the been arrested in Texas; but the mK but an inflamed condition of
lame, the halt, the b lind. No I astronomers who fooled the whole T**e mucous surfaces
where is the a til iction of blindueHS j country aie still at large. .Saint
so common, ami now here do l»eg
gars so abound. Their very num I
»x*r has the effect to make the pro ' 'v»« vr did (’one Johnson inran
pie indifferent to their condition hc toltl thc Kootl People of
and cause them to give slight heed j Franklin, the other day, that Tex-
to their appeals for alms. as needed another Campbell for
In any time of excitomoot, or governor! Do your own surmis-
upon any occasion of more than.*ng*
ordinary interest, a crowd quickly |
gathers in that thickly settled ; The New York woman who en
land, and the fame of Jesus had tered upon a beauty last to last
gone into ail the region round two weeks quit at the end of three
at>out, and his miracles had served days. Beauty is only skin deep,
to draw a multitude about him; while hunger is almost fathomless,
aud the hard, selfish, curious, un -
sympathetic throng, pressing upon | Kink Khvakd’k funeral was a
the footetepa of the Galilmo, gave; ,UC(Wsful onc soiaraswe'
no heed* to the wailing plea of a have bccu ablc U) loam. Teddy!
mnnilinnnt tili iml man . ivluv i cnl >
We w ill give One Hundred l)ol
lars for any case of deafness i caus-
ed by catarrh 1 that cannot Ik* cured
by Hall’st’atarrh Cun*. Send for
It’s difficult fin a landlord and
tenant to trot in double harness.
A Dreadful Wound
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty
nail, fireworks, ot of any other na
tuii*, demand* prom (it treatment
with Buck Ion’s Arnica Salve to
and friends. They regu
late stomach, liver and kidney ,
purify the blood; give strong
nerves, blight e>i*s, pure breath,
smooth, Velvety skin, lovely win
plcxlon. good health. Try them.
f»Oe at ,1. W. Peeler's
Trjttcr in Toxas.
The p. opli' of Fannin
K. J. CHi'.NIA & ( <)., Toledo, <>. prevent blood poison or gangrene.
Sold by druggists, ,5c. lake (fa the quickest, surest healer for
Hall s Family Pills for constipa- an such vvouuds as also for bums,
bills, sard), skin ernptio i ease
Just think of the Clothes a man s
Wife could ttoy thth the trioney he I hrn* ycai old rcem d . M * . . ,t T,,.M
: have an opportunity^ to bn*eil to the gicutest tiottei in leu
squanders lor cgais. ! mi cross i’or Senato, r-.ke man**, (let a card from J. (’. Mi*
. h route (», old fair grounds, I’nmham, leva*.
ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY. ’ ’ K
United Charities to Meet.
The ladies of the t'ritcd t’hall
ties, will meet tomorrow morning
with Mrs. V. A.
hoped and urged that there will l»c I
a full attendance, as then* i* mat ;
tors of Importance to lie discussed.!
It is worth 2d cents to you to
stop that awful, agonising itch!
ma, chapped hands, coins nr piles fturely you will spend 25 rent* on'
25c at J. \V. Peelet‘s.
You never hear a minister sing
Fla ing, and it is | big “No wedding bells for me.”
KING COLE’S CASTLE.
vmit druggists' recommeiiilation,;
to cool attd Iteal and soothe that,
terrible itching eruption!
By arrangement with the D. D. j
D. Laboratories of I 'hicago, we are
able lo hiake a special offer of a J.»
Cent liottle of their oil of winter
green compound, known as D. D. I
Bradford & R_od^er
Building, Bonham, l
Hill Mint FAIL
Old King Cole was a merry old ]>. prescription. Call, or write or .. , , . .. . ». , Ih in
ul, and a merry old soul was he,'telephone to thc Palace Drug That Is what Umv Sav Ah ,u( I min
was thcolllcial American mourner.
When a man announcra that he
is ready for a political fight he
mendicant “blind man (who) sat
by the wayside bigging. ”
The blind man heard the noise
of the multitude as it passed by
following Jesus as he drew nigh
unto Jerico, and asked what it , , , ......
c, . ... a scramble for a political job,
meant. Some one told him “Jesus
of Nazaieth passeth by.”
The poor blind beggar even had j
heard the name and knew somehow
of the power of the great teacher j
and healer, and he had faith in his !
heart and cried out: “Jesus, thou
son of David, have mercy upon
Though thc multitude rebuked
him and would have driven him
away, Christ heard him, and his
compassionate heart was touched;
and, though he was al>out to enter
Jerusalem as the Messiah of his
nation, and, though he knew that
before him lay Gethsemauc and
mist all thc other days.
An optimist on pay day doe*! he called for his wife, his pipe and store We absolutely know that1 Bonham, and it is Ihcrelore Reliable
things then to make liim a pessi J bowl, and hc called for his fiddler* the itch is stopped at once by D. Anothei proof, more evidence,
i three, and he laughed ha! ha! and j) j». prescription, and thc cure j Bonham testimony to swell the
j he laughed, he! hel then beckoned *|| seems to be permanent | long list of local people whom.
' them closer about his knee. Then Palace Brug Htorc. b2 j dorse the old 'junker remedy, ai,therbcurc. It never fails.1
he said, “I will tell you astof.Vj -- - Doan’s Kidney I ill* Bead this |,ave many testimonialslrM>£
The time the people are surest | convincing cmloisenient of that it* f(,j w)lo |,ave usedf
DON’T GIT RUN DOWN,
weak and miserable. II ynu
kidney or bladder 11onblc,,
head pains, dizzim*"*, uctvoC
puiti* in the back, and bel*.
all oxer, get a package of'
(May's Australian leal, the j
Saultdm Drug U. Sells Best Prcscrip- ^ *
lion on fsrlh or Ihe Money things new that were worn and old
Back Plan. —we can clean this castle of mars
Th e man who always says some Almost every bod j knows that j
thing interesting is nexer accused ! headache, nervousness and
Of talking ton much. dizziness, are caused by a disorder
1 e«l stomach. I’psot stomach and
wonderful remedy. ^s rtrf*r
nt Hh «N: no equal. Ask lor Ml
indigestion happen just because
cl I’M:: 111 ini .-> peiq.lr n-ar that, t!»t» food you eat dues nnt digest—
they x» ill nnt i*- hen
I comet returns in 10S5.
xx lien the] but lies in the stomach and fer-
ments or turns sour.
with the greatest ease. ” ( hi Nam
el varnishes fnr furniture, brie a
brae and llnors, l-u poich chairs,
lawn seats--for new woodwork in
new houses or old woodwork in
old houses—fur amateurs or pro-
fessional xx nod finishers
they make B|,0ut the joys of matrimony is just markable prepaiation.
iiefore they get into it. \ " • " • Nell, laiinxu, -----------§-----
___ Flnglish st , Bonham, 1 • xa*, says: (j ray’s Australian Lea! st(hi^
l-lven a worthless man thinU 1!,o:' 1 k’11'1' a statement lor sent by mail for WMentL]
publicatii n, r«cnmineiuliiig I *oan s j(|(, ||(>(, Addles*, 'I be
(Jray Co., LcKoy, N. ' •
he’d make good as a critic.
Kidney Pills after they had re-
! Hexed me ol backache and other
Scared Into Sound He all h. symptoms of kidney (rouble. A
Mr. B. F\ Kelley, Hpringlield,1 short time ago I had a return at
111., xviites: “A year ago I began tack ol the complaint but this rein*
The fact that a horse thief may
bo technically innocent doesn’t
make him a good citi/'*n.
SAYING THINGS ABOUT TEXAS
__________________ all colors ] n, i*> troubled with my kidneys cdy promptly relieved me.
You can stop fermentation and and anx si/e package, Sold b.V and bladder, which grow worse The endorsement to xvhich Mr.
stomach distress in live minutes by Bonham llonserurnishing ( o. until I became alarmed at my con ^“'B refers, was in substance a*
using Mi o na stomach tablets, a -- [dition. I suffered also with dull I follows: ‘A dull ache across my
At the request of the Pf!
Association, the driiggi'b of,
ham liuve agri*ed to cl"*
places of business on 8un'l>.V*j
prescription that has done more to I
cure indigestion and put the atom
aeh in line condition tban all the
M »re Land for Settlement.
In Texas, the promoter says,
one ran find any climate Ik* likes.
Calvary, he stopped to show mercy j Am( som(. hp llot
and bade them to bring the l»cggar Omaha Bee.
His command was obeyed, and Freezing weather
when the lieggar prayed that his from Texas and yet there are very
Right might be restored, the words few republican feet in that State,
of divine command were spoken, —Jacksonville times Union.
the divine power was exercised, --
and the faith of the mendicant Texas is report'd to have
gave him back his sight. shipped 2600 carloads of y oung
There is from this simple narra onions North already this spring,
tiie cf the incident a valuable les What in the x»mld i nIic trying to
foil to be drawn—a lesson of pm do to us? —Si. Joseph Gazette.
heavy headaches and the action of Back and loins clung to me for aj 10 a. m. to 2 |>. m. and bo"
^ , Fine H S t - 1'J’Bladder was annoy ing and pain long time, being more severe xx lien p. m., beginning Julie 12. Tr
......... '* " ^ on! ’ ,,M< lv •' j ful. I read of F'oley Kidney Pills I arose in the morning Ihe kid ^jve more opportunity lorE
specialists on earth. A large 50 m'llion lect of merchantable tim- m)t| aflPr taking them a few weeks ncy secretions xx^i ie unnatural and 0i)S(,, va„(.(. and church att-
ccnt 1h).x of Mi o na stomach tab ber hav been added to the Nation the headaches left me, thc actiou too fiequent in pas'-age anil caused
of my bladder was again normal, me considerable annoyance. Altei
KiLV;iS''K'dtog,t.....r. ‘",^T r ^ Sd I SV l«n s Ki.h,,-,- ............. "ill I* nwlrb)
Mrs. Altie Fltson of 03 Dun j |‘ll|('|"'u 11* i',,. Vj'i , xviM.peu tnV.-'ttle I®01'1 ,,y "f* Peclcr* ! PdN, prociinsl < *t ^ the Saunders ,|, ing business on Snndajs.
MI O NA and within two months m<?n* 1,v proclamation which the In a musicians’ strike thc wind* ('eared.’
i was in as good health as ever, and President signed today.
is reported has a KOO<l strong stomach and eats ---
| anything she likes. She attributes
her present good health to the use
of MI O NA. | “F'oi the past year we have kept
If you have heartburn, belching the King of all laxatives—Dr.
of gas, heaviness or any stomach | Kiug’s New Life Pills—in our
iusliument p’ayers a'c
to come to blows.
Kept Ihe King at Home.
What a Summer told Will Do.
A summer cold if neglected is
just as apt to develop into bronchi-
troublc no matter how chronic, | home aim they have proved r bless-1 *IS ,,r P,,,'"moni'1 as at any othm
try Miona stomach tablets on i >»g to all our family,” writes Paul "?“on’ |,,’"°t neglect it. lake
money l«iek plan. Sold bx drug I Mathnlka, of Buffalo, N Y. Fiisy, I s llo'*,'> a,H,l ,ar P«*•••• I't1 >*•
gists everywhere and by the Saun I but sure remedy for all Stomach I l?ow,!,, th«* cough, soothes and
ders Drug Co, who guarantee Live and Kidney Doubles. 25c hraU MT »'r
them. •> J \V Pis'ler's ,and expels the cold from the sys
Tern.—Sold by J. \V. Peeler.
not likely For sale by all dealers. Price 5C
x'x’iits. Foster Milbiirn Co., Bulla
j lo, New York, mle agents for th*
Bememlier the name—I Mian’s—
aud take no other. •>-'!
Ti x ing lo gitbiek it Uu-IL
is hardly worth thc clTert.
GLd lo R fommjrd Thf*
Mr. K. Weakley, Kokenj#
says; “After taking
became 'tl '|lk"'v
IMD, the severe baekm In* I'^
Whdt Eve ybody Ouglil lo Know.
That F'oley Kidney Pill': contain secretions natural and m.i
just tin* ingredients neeessai.y to no longer pained me.
tone, si lengthen and legulate tin lecummend F'oley K'dm'
action of tin* kidm ys ami bladder. In a yellow packag«’.-~*s"*'* ^
—Sold by J. \Y. Pivler. \y. (vder.
Drugstores, at the request of the Pastors of Bonham, have agreed to close their stores from 10 A.M, until 2 P. M. and will then close ti
b P. M. tor remainder of the day. Beginning Sunday next, June 12th.
Leon K. Hargrove, J. W Peeler, Sounders Drvig Co . W. E. Bridge, City Drug Store.
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