The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 115, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY FAVORITE
HU f AVOKIIt PRIM lflt> COMPANY
W, S. Srorts
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tt»f 4t tIonium,
.»% sk- n«l v :4»» Matter,
Om« i N. i Tl« MAIN hTKK.KT
nr I M?fclPTIt»K KATKt
n «(hatt6t,i» ......r. (a
Hu Muttt n «*’ nue 1#75 .
Per Mi nt* , in .«< v net, ....... ,i6
AtROPLANtS IN Tflf NAVY
Thv tl allied ,u my m*ou t is com.I
t'tl upon to pun not only infoimu- j
turn n> to tlic position and nuni J
Ix-i of the rM'iny, Imt also tnfoiuiu •
lion a" to the i-on tom ot the lands, j
tlin si/f oJ running streams, wbelli• |
i i tin*) are Amiable 01 not, bridges,
roa lx, houses, supplieti, camp sites,
loiists. hills and a score of othci ,
details useful to a commander
in os lug troops.
It is obvious that the aeroplane I
scout can learn only a few of these !
facts. Keen the information alxmt
the location ot soldiers may need
veriticutioo by scouts moving on
the surface of the land. Aero
nauts have told how the giouud
appeals to them as of the same
dead level when they arc two or
three hundred feet in the air, that
buildings are dwarfed aud crea-
tines moving about are exceeding-
ly squat and rediculous. Scare
port by aeroplane woul-l be valu
able only within ’ limitations. It
cannot displace the work of scouts
moving afoot or upou horse.
The defects of the aeroplane so
far as they concern the army do
not apply to the uavy. Now that
it has lieen demonstrated that a
(lying machine can take to (the
wing from the deck of a moving
ves-icl its usefulness upon the sen
becomes apparent at once. There
is no multitudinous details re-
quired of an army scout. All
that a naval commander would
cure to know would be the dis-
tance of the vessels, their type and
number and the general direction
of their steaming. The acioplune
becomes an important adjunct
both for offense and defense, and
the information gained by it does
not have to Im* subjected to analy-
sis or questioned in the least.
makes beautiful and use-
ful presents. Then why
not give something that
is both beautiful and use-
ful? Not only is it beauti-
ful and useful, but it is
lasting as well. Our
line is very complete,
prices very satisfactory
to you. We want espec-
ially for you to see our
silver inland line of ta-
ble silverware. It costs
less than half as much as
solid silver and wears
nearly as long. We have
it in complete chests as
well as in sets. Let us
give you prices
SAUNDERS DRUG GO.
A Hciiooi. gil l in Mt. Louis has
inherited 830,000,000, but she is
too lining to many. However,
she may yet have an opportunity
to mai i y ( lie of those high-collaied,
limb T-neeked foreigners, who
claim a title.
Tin; census men are abroad in
Bonham, and whatever you do,
don't lad to meet them. They are ,
jolly good fellows and will take
pleasure in registering your name
on the honor roll with the real live
acres for sale at *75
per acre. Win th the
■ | i acics 2 miles from
I I "f Honey drove ♦4.‘> per
acre. Worth the money; pos-
session -Ian. I, ItH 1.
I lift acres dose in to Win
I (J\J doin. Possession Jan.
1st; *75 per acre.
I HO acre8» 7 mom house 1
I UD mile from Wimlom.
Extra, ?S5 acre; possession.
acres J miles north. |U
per acre; possession.
■jr* acres near Spring Hill.
I 0 Nice little farm. (46
per acre; possession.
Money loaned on farms.
H. B. WORD
Til P IION IT AM DAILY- YAVOHllK.
fcith lnthu'#'ir Owt *
c Chat j
111 1 i i i\|>iIHMK I’l ' v
There mi' then who
>|i|xe<i| to I hr «xon t
A «>i. known xu'utal Invully '
intumIiicsI U lb,* |ms,pie ol I 'han j
ule, a diarovri) resulting from
years of bard study, ttlewlie
tiaiel aud much experimenting *Y
that has become the talk ol thous ol government. It is so in c»> ol
and and has > *t that city on Uiv the one bundled finer- winch hai
with enlhusiaMu ove. the many ^ lhr u Th, d
wotiili i till thini** il hi> note . . .. , >b 4lll
Srniex ol jH-opl, who have uttAerrd that “it •'not
lot yim with some chronic ail .malic, that “i1 is not a repie*' n
nu-iit have been restored to perfect tative goieirniuni and .*11 I' at
health after usinv this discovery a MHt ,>( thing have idled the cap, is
short while. The discovery ........ , thov ciln*. but not one ol the
eioalu eoniito'e,; ui » collection ot ..... .. flw>
in... . .......l.ui ... n«, ( Hi** winch has mad* a te-t ol th*
i(Hits that arc soaked in hot water,
then the juice is extracted horn new plan would return to,the old.
them. It is called Root .line*'. ] eomlieisonie, unbusiness like torm
.Many say that the energizing effect of goveinseut ny aldenuen. Those
oloue swallow ol the imeeir.nl f eitirws have found the commissi,...
most iiistantaiieous. It seems that „
it relieves almost ano tioublc of j P1m'*"’ tvprr*rnUtlTe■ than the
the stomach, Imwels, kidneys and uldermanic lonu, more Ih'tnoeiat c
liver aud that its soothing, heal-! more buxincsi* like, more eeotiomi-
ii>g and tonic action on the digt-s ,-al and more ilesiiable in even
tin* and Kccretorx organs is so rap ., , , ,
. i . w;,« (he wiping out ol paitisau
ol dial even some ol the worst,
po'ities in inuini'ipal all.uis pnn
Frwhjn eveiy climate: Hot or
cold, wet or dry.
IKimi told in bulk)
Adapted to every condition:
Rich or poor, sick or well.
Suited to every color: White,
black, red, yellow.
Used by every- age: Childhood,
youth, manhood, old age.
cases ol indigestion, constipation
and nervousness, kidney troubles
and i lieu mat is in are perceptibly
bcuclilted from the very start.
Good at all times: Breakfast,
lunch, dinner, supper.
fdsy to Stop it and Make it lustrous
If your hair is falling out, if
you have dull unattractive hair,
or d y ou need a daily hair dress
ing, read what Mrs. Hcttie Hedg-
man of Nelsonvi 1 le, Erie county,
Ohio, writes June 3, 1B10, about
“1 used Parisian Sage (or falling
hail and (iud it the finest thing I
ever heard of. My hair was fall
ing out by corutis lull, and I could
run my fingers through it and they
would hang lull of loose hair. I
washed my hair and got a bottle
of Parisian Sage and used two ap-
| plications, and I could see a great
difference. My hair was lustrous
i and nice and had almost stopped
| tailing out and by the use of one
1 more I Kittle it stopped altogether.”
For women, lor men or for chi I
dren Parisian Mage is without any
doubt the lincst preparation for
the hair. It is guaranteed by the
Maunders Ihug *'<>., to stop hair
from falling, to eradicate dandruff
and stop itching scalp in two
weeks or money back. It is a most
diiintili peiturned and refreshing
hail dressing, free from grease or
stickiness, and ought to be in e\
cry home where every member of
the family could use it daily.
Large Inittlc 50 cents at the Maun
ders Drug Co., and illuggistH ev-
erywhere. The girl with the Au-
burn hair is on every package.
N 16, 26, D 7.
mg a great boon.
Today, the people ol all elites
which have tried the commission
form, would look with alwolutc de-
rision upon a suggestion to return
to the old foim of government.
That would tie like abandoning
cleotiic street cars aud'.-returning
to the old mule system; like iestoi
ing the yoke ol oxen ami abandon
ing railroads, like recalling the
tallow dip anil prohibiting the use
Better municipal government
means great progress. —Ill , State
And in all places : At work or
play, by day or night.
BISCU IT t(
Speaking of the passing of Tol-
stoy, (tolooel Bryan says “the
night isdaiker because his light
has gone out, and the world is not
There is one thing sure.
Will I iMS’ Kl! NEY PIUS.
Have you neglected you? I
looks than in shaping the destinies Have \ou overworkt-di
,t, anu mt worm is not people who own pmpeny ami If ; ■ j knittint? socks for the ' , ' , ' 7, '
j fession. Women have spent more
I, ^ 1 time in the enhancement of good
people who own pmpeitv
side near the liver show
ntK ’1 Tnlalm. . ..........- --------- witil yum Moneys ami mi
was a very old man when he orad !int<,,T8t thl> matU>r’ the govern. jgered more hours at their mirrors Have you pains in loins, side,
wbb a very oia man wnen nc pamoa meo^ xvill Dts very slow in ! than at their devotions. They ___________j w„..„
away, but his doctrine of non-re-
sistance, even to tyrants, did not °* the proposition
add luster to his undying fame or ' -
helped his countrymen in the least.
Tolstoy, at forty, decided that
Five million women are today
.u.wiy, at .u.tv, employed at wages in the I nited washing the crockery. And
something must be done to States Ti e greater number of look J W-State Pr«w.
these—those employed in mills or
the wings of luxury and lust,
toiled lor nearly forty years, but
luxury and lust continue to tiy
high the world over. — Dallas
A great man has passed into the
great beyond, from whence no
traveler has yet returned.
An egotist is always telling you
what he said to somebody else.
“\t ii a i has become of the old
fashioned mail who used to (ill up
his nostrils with snulH” asks the
Peoria Journal. Perhaps he is go-
ing around sneering at the fellow
who smokes cigarettes.
CA1ARTH CANNOT BC CURtD
with local applications, as they
cannot reach the seat of the dis-
ease. Catarrh is a Wood or consti
tutionul disease; and in order to
cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall’s Catanh Cure is
taken internally, and acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is not aquack
medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this
country for years and is a regular
prescription. It i scorn posed of the
best ionics ki own, combined with
the best Wood purilicis, acting di-
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two in
gredients is what produces such
wonderful results in curingeatarrh.
Mend for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., props.,
Red Biver is to get |2.'»,000 in
the next Rivers and Harbors bill
if the recommendati jnof the army
engineers go through without mu
tilation. This is a small percent-
age of the total of thirty millions,
in view of the fact that the Red is
classed as the third most impor
taut stream in the country. Less
important streams will get more
money but it has lieen argued in
their liehalf that the people living
in the territory through which
they jfliss are making an effort to
use them for purposes of commerce.
factories at rough manual lalmi oi
women engaged in routine clerical
work in great business houses
where they are screened from the
public view—can liens plain as
ill fortune chose to make them,
aud their positions are nut endan-
gered thereby. But there have
grown up certain kinds of work
from which a girl minus good 'ooks
and a good figure is absolutely
barred, says Mariam Finn Scott in
Success Magazine. Inconsequence
there has developed an almost
separate profession, which can lie
rightly entitled “The Profession of
Being flood Looking.” Poordook
ers are poorly paid. Now if the
women did the hiring the good
lookers would be given the same
scale of wages. Sherman Demo-
Beauty has always been a pro
taking than at their devotions. They gfoioimd bladdfrl Hire ji
have spent more money for aids to rtabby appearance of the face,
beauty than for mental pabulum. pecittj|y „,nier the •><*» Too
more effort in the requirement of
porcelain complexions than in
of look at ’em!—State Press.
There has always been room for
argument over the woman ques
lion and there will lie us long as
quent a desire to pass urine! If I
Williams’ Kidney Pills willt
you—at druggists, price 60 (
—Mold by Palace DrugStorf.
Get Ihe Genuine Always.
A substitute is a dangerous
makeshift especially in medicine.
The genuine Foley's Honey and
Foley's Kidney Pills and
in action, quick in results, audl
store the natural action Ml
kidneys and bladder. 1 hey
reel irregularities.—Mold hy JJ
Woi an .( ai oi ol fef|
Tar cures coughs and colds quickly ni^ht is the metallic cough of c
and is in a yellow package. Ac b,.jl,,,jn>, ,in-ad to the housed
cept no substitutes.—Mold by J. W. ^ '.u .-ful mothers keep Foley’*
l>ceu‘r- ey and Tai in the house amip
- it at the first sign ol d»n?«f-_
Men who usk favors are seldom contains no opiates.—iBold bjj
willing to grant them. , \V. Peeler.
A Kiel! Kansas man married six
poor women without the foimality
of getting divorces. It was his
idea of charity, but it did not con-
form with the court’s idea of matri-
Mold by druggists, price 75 cents.
Take Hall’s Family Pills tor con-
Why not make your Christinas a practical one—one
that will please the entire household?
If you do not know the real pleasure in
cooked foods, you are missing something which
Tlie tiriring of children (* ftSJ
followed hy P'^r hculth w
mother. Tills supreme crllll on
raiding her physical system
pared for the demands el nw
leaves her with weakened t
powers and •ometiniea chronic *|
r ^ V'W- aroMwp
Mother's Friend is us d heioro the coming of hoby, and tlm healthy wo
remain a healthy mother. It is the only remedy that perfectly and
prepares the sy stem for healthy motherhood, and hrln about a n ^
"•ray consummation of the term. Wotnon who use Mother's Fiiena -■
saved much sufforip e n atom
with no ill eftec s, or ch.-mi-: t mble:. Uvuiy expectant mother shotu ^
her health by nslmr Mother's Frien,I -fc Z7
her health by using Mother's Friend,
thus preparing her physical eoud 1 i
for the hour of motherhood. This
medicine is for sale a*, drug stores.
Write for froe h.., g f,.- ( xpcct at
BRADFIELD REGULATOR 00.,
Get A “Caloric
Small inanufuctuiing enneerus
are m nicy juoduceis and census
build mm. Bonlmm is a got d loea*
tiou lor Mich enterprises and with
the proper pull can land tl cm.
A Simple Safeguard for Mothers.
A Soi in (uiolina milkmaid
lost i pniso containing ♦! 18, which
was Fictohorizcd and swallowed liy
a oo v. Only another evidence of
Thfhk are few persoux who like
to start a rumor, but there are a
great m ini who like to keep it go
I>ox'v let the census man cscapo
j We pay the highest cash
prices for TURKEYS. Bring
them in at once, we want
them all—large and small. We
will pjy you the highest cash
price for Chickens, Eggs, But-
ter, Hides, Furs, etc.
With one you can bake and roast foods far belter than
is possible by any other method. It's less work, no trouble
and you will have better cooked meals every day in the
week, every week in the year.
Even the inexperienced cook can “turn out” most
excellent baking, because the "Caloric" requires absolutely
no attention after the raw food is placed into it —it can't
The “Caloric” steams, stews and boils just as effi-
S'E'iilT liSTL'X ciently as il bakes and roasts. It is duaranleed to do ,„st
what we claim for it or your money refunded. Satisfaction,
____ better cooked meals, and a less expenditure for fuel—-less
Kememhcr, I make » .,«trt»,;‘(“« in ,he kitchen—more time lor reading, sewing, etc.
of all kinds »f harmns and sad j \Y hat better Christmas gift could you desire? It's
dlt-ry work. HeM, material and puf up jn a handsome, special Christmas package. Let
experieneed, practical workman.
Mrs. I>. riilkcsoti, 32B Ingles
Ave., Youngstown, Ohio, gained
wisdom by experience. “My little
girl had a severe cold and coughed
almost continuously. My sister
recommended Foley’s Honey and
Tar. The lirst dose I gate her re
lieved the inflammation in her
throat and after using only one
bottle her throat and lungs were
entirely free from inflammation.
j of Foley’s
! house,” Accept no substitutes—
Hold by J. W. Beeler.
you. L' he doesn’t find you, hunt
Hui up and get your nose counted. I
BONHAM PRODUCE CO.
* ipposite Fire Hall
Caldwell, North Main
An engaging woman isn’t neces-
sarily engaged frequently,
THE BANK IN WHICH TO DEPOSIT
YOUR MONEY is the Bank that has been
TESTED and TRIED. The Fannin
County National Rank of Bonham has a
record of over Thirty Six Years, and
I wenty One Years under same manage-
ment. All legitimate banking business
solicited. Liberal accommodations and
courteous treatment extended to cus-
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Surplus Fund 50,000.00
RUSSELL, Pres., J. T KENNEDY,
C. L. BRADFORD, Cashier.
OF BO! HAM
Fresh and Bi
Do your Holid
us and wo wi
you the best 1
une. Our ass
every article '
charges tlie r
us to pieaso
I lead at this an
to handle are th
lerest on your land
Write deeds, n
|r First Nat’i bar
’F YOU CM
oi'.h a lamp tha
Mss Than Half tl
(diar can yo>i af
pay for the new
Tl.e U.F.. T
I™ * Wmeti'irce of ii
|*wl mamii .im, *
l*upply it at ii v
’0 I' » ,l-| Mill
THE FANNIN COUNTY NATIONAL BAllj
■ t05l j( y,,u, tjj,;,
^ Uas i.
THOMPSON-ABERNATHY HARDWARE CO, !j THE OLDEST BANK IN FANNIN COUNTY
“LbADCRS IN OUR LINE” il___ ^
hnx , nil
t '“Mold «\ i„Ui|
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Spotts, W. S. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 115, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1910, newspaper, December 7, 1910; Bonham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth922479/m1/2/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.