The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 115, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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T »K It »\l| VM
you in the
Your business credit
will be better if you
have your banking
connection with the
Don't scatter your business
around with twoorthree banks,
but stick to the one which is
Dig ami strong and able to help
you when you need it.
We have a record of 27
years successful business and
the just reputation of always
taking care of our customers.
We will appreciate your
business, large or small.
Do farmer* ea< the prcp«f
•on of food ?
T>*t I tram «4 h4tv h*>« i m i H
IftitfVr ptinmum ill |ht luaillul . <i
vii lit* Ulw Oi*ti l.f d*4 ira v< »r* >c<v
la*• a s<««! |Vitt>4<Imilull i»•»» Iwinur
I • h«a • (ir.1 itfiet) to arlrcl l»
l> V-nM, bcwtrai. jk k
in •virmni lor ikr brat result* in
krailh ana atmnfah
rs# «i<ir*prr«i iraiiracy in Ihf < i*
tn r***e th* am uni <4 O A«r
S--4ch ()«• rairn ia diar iffi uu* *
»■* ili« irfrni tfvniiaivtraikrva In ac» n-
i .ic in , ti«*i tin yuakff h* li h ' i<i|
led ma i •* «Hr man
phytK.il cudurnnc* and gr- att i nun-
la 1 > igor.
1 an»*ra ah'»uld .tnc I'1- '• 't
rarrlul llvuglit and *b ■ >’ t ' fa-
ll,* quantity <4 Cfi.al' i SuhiIi IWi
• ■»t**n l*y liirnmrlv**, then u
■ I i ni the Iarm Hand*.
Parked in tegular luiia.rt, .md in
hrrmctK ally sealed lint lot hot
' clitnaua V
II _ _
J HAVt YdlJ MIN SAUVAUD ?
lake DoJsxi'> liver Ion*' and Av tl
Th v k"4t
DIMM Of MRS. i P.CARTE1
An Old Settler Pattei Asriy- Wat 75
Trait at A at
g . -
A not In" of tit* util utllm vt
MvKtiiri i lit- ii-rti t t ied tu the '
"II uin* oi-i r There.’’ Tbi»i»u»*
M'<*. Mi’t Garter. haloved wife
of A. I*, "r.id* And*”) Carter, j
was latun. Sue passed away at
lu t home in west part ol town!
it ,t >0 7c ck Tu.-vlav moraint
alter v Vi tal months of illntsu
Mr . t arlu was in her 7Stl |
veat. Sip wit lui'ii in llunl* '
vi », A ,t. I i IHSH she movt«| ti
Do iham, Tea ts, with her lius
band who held a position as
viis tv*rt Deputy I'otintv i erk anti h\(*
I You aay hove oaparieucei ’ ' ' " ' ’’ ,rc*rs
II \ntiott; it not you hs\c >1*011 some residence in lionham 1 lieV m v»*tl
First National Bank
of Bonham, Texas
one. and know how Icul it is. iHni’t
I you llimk it foolKh |o run tin- ii»U
|Of being salivated by taking culn
uit*l, when you cui» take a luedu int
thul is harm lens, niul lias all tin
medtciiinl virtues of eulonu If
Dodson's Livoi Tone is the n in
cdy. It’s a liquid with a pleas
to Sherman where tbev resided j
eight years and thence to Me 1
Kin lev 21 \t .iis ago.
The deceased w as a noble ^
Christian woman, and from earlt
worn 111)100 1 had been a member
ol 1 he I'resbvtcrnn church. She
’ ,v H ” ” ’1 ' ’ .......» ,UI lllv l l» atfj lUHtM vum'viii »
nut taste, mild and gentle ' 'J'"'’ ,.,‘mireived In- he. husband and
nr* lest 1 iet nin<i <>1 Imbltf* Ol diet
, ami |
h for tl
III* ot It
in. kly. s
Fresh and Pure
Do your Holiday Grocery buying from
us and wo will positively guarantee
you the best there is in the grocery
line. Our assortment is large and
every article will be fresh and pure.
Our service will be the best; our
charges the most reasonable. Allow
us to please you.
no restriction* ill .ikuho ui mu. , , . .
jWe know what Dodson's l.tv.-i- | four childr.-„. A
j Ton*- will do, ;iml ask that y-m tty It u'U-r .11 d Mr
it on qiii' reenmmcinlut mu. We
Ipiouiis** to return i*Mty penny
Iimid ims for the medicine in every
mwo where, lot any reason, it duets
not satisfy the user. — All Dealers.
in baking methods which gave the
world Unccda Biscuit also resulted in a
in soda cracker quality* You
realize this the moment you
open the royal purple package
and find soda crackers so tempt-
ing and good that they cannot
(Never sold In bulk)
Nat Sorry for Bu id dr.
“If my friends hadn't blunder*
ed in thinking 1 was a doomed vic-
tim of consumption, I might not
be alive now," wilt*** D. i . San-
ders of ffatrodsbiiig,. Ky. “For
years they saw every attempt to
cure a lung racking rough fail. At
| last l tried Dr King’s New 1 >is.
eovery. The cfiW-t was wonderful.
It soon stopped tile Cough end i
aui now in bettei health H an 1
I havr had for years. This w onder
'ful life saver is an unrivaled icinr
dy for coughs, colds, lagrippe,
asthma, croup, licinm thnges,
whooping congli nr weak lungs.
50c, H.tK). Trial bottle free. Uttar
an tied by »l. \V. I’eeler,
I lead at this and my arranfements and knowledge ol
y to handle are the best. See me for a cheaper rate of
|ereston your land.
CHAS. G. NUNN, Bonham.
Agents for the Oliver Typewriter
M rite deeds, mort age*, wills, etc. Coll and see me.
fi-.tN.ri mink WILL H. EVANS & Co
Saves an bwa Man's life.
The very grave eoeiiied t" v awn
IH-foie !U)!s!ll Madsen, ol West
KuHingtoD, Iowa, when alter sev
en we**ks in the hospital, bear ol
the Is-st physicians gave him up.
Then was shown the nuiivcluns
curative power of Electric Litters.
For, after eight months of 1 right
ful suffering from liver■trouble hikI
yellow jaundice, getting no help
from other remedies or doctors,
five bottles of this matehUtiH medi-
cine completely cured him. It is
positively guaranteed for stomach,
liver or kidm y troubles anc never
disappoints. t)nly hO eenfs at .1.
S Carle, Frank
Kite K'ms ot
Fort \V rili, and Mrs. Lilly
Kiel ivr of Funniu Countt.
George Cuter, another son, (lied
in Ft. Worth about* rear ago.
As started above, Mr. Carter
has been K.-corder of Deeds in
the County Clerk's (thee here lor
the past 24 years, and as a tri-
bute 0! respect for his deceased
wile and love and sympathy tor
tlrcir aged co*wofker. all the of-
fives in the Court House were
closed lor a time Tuesday morn-
ing vo that the cohnty officials
could «itte-n<l tin* funeral scivices
at tie tauiilv re~.iden;c at 11
o’clock conducted by R;v. F«. B
Fincher, pas'or of the First
Presbyterian church. After the
servic s the body wa* plated
aboard tDc iniemrban and *»ken
to I t. >rtu lor interment.
The Framiner editors eatend
to ‘T.icle Andy" their heartlcli
syuiTathy in bis grief over tin-
loss ol his dear litc companion.
Si v*-ral of tire Countv officials
and other friends of the family
went over to Ft. Worth to attend
WOODMEN ELECT OFIIEEHS
Bonham CdmpW. 0. W. IMtl It-
thusiaslic Meeting Monday
\\'hen you see u fellow wheeling i
i liuby eiiriiiige i( doesn t ihci'HSH
lily indicate that he is a man of
Mat l ied men and the weather
! iue targets lor abuse
l*IUS CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure juiy ease of I telling, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding I’ilfH In (i
to 1 I days or money refunded. BOc.
Monday niglit was regular nnet
ing time of Bonham Lodge W . U.
\V. and annual election Of officers.
A good attendant* is reported and
the meeting on*! t»l the most en
thuHiastie held by tins lodge In
some time. Several candidates
were initiated into the mysteuis
of the foieet a**d a general good;
time was had.
The following ollieeis were elect-
ed to serve for tlm ensuing year
V. Peering, G. Ko.sn Thom
as, Past Frank I’helnn, A. I
W. I-:. Newton, Clerk; M . M Moss,
Banker; George Ci ittmiden, Watch
mau; Will SaNser, Sentry; II. I •
Ball, Managir; L. B. Smith, Ks
coit; O. H. Clark', team eaplain;
NV. C. Cole, Librarian.
diieetor is also a
Tim shortest words sometimes
r It I V tile most weight.
Idk! (dre !
Kemembci that when your kid
neys are alleeted, your life i« in
danger. M. Mayer, Roehcatar, N.
v., says: “My trouble started with
a sharp shooting pain over my liack
which grew worse daily. I felt
sluggish and tired, my kidney ac
tinn was irregular and Infrequent.
I started using Foley Kidnay Pills
Each dose seemed to put new lilo
and strength into me, and now I
am completely cured and feel tret
let and stronger than for years."
Sold by J. \V. Peeler.
vou t’AH GET
v * ljivp that ust s
^ss I Gan Half the Current
van you afford to
Py f°r die new lamp i
jj ^ Tim|*im
t, jrc,, 0p lnvcntK(41( gPnj„s
bu»'"4- nu , , *k,u. Wc ci i
' at a i-ri :• which will tnib’e
You must fftad this rt you Want the
W. Greer, Greenwood, La.,
suffered with a severe case of luro
bago. “The i>ains were so intense
I was toiccd to hypodermic injec
I tions for relief. These attacks start-
ed with a pain in the small of my
back which gradually became fair-
iy paralyzing. My attention was
attracted to Foley’s Kidney Reme-
dy and I am glad to say after using
this wonderful medicine I am no
longer bothered in any way bv my
old enemy lumbago."—Sold by .1.
Shall V omen Vote?
If they did millions would vote
Dr. King’s New Life Pills the true
remedy for women. For banishing
dull, lagged feelings, backache or
headache, constipation, dispeBtog
colds, imparting appetite and ton
„g up the system, they’re unequal
d. Easy, safe, sure. 2*> cents at
J, W- Peeler’s.
, p 1 ", mo*)rt«nt s.- ving in (
4 V'Hl> lighting. •
Of that n*al estate you NOW
own i> an absolute necessity il
you care to rest secure in tin*
knowledge that >nu are immune
from litig ttion, <>» <»•' S,H
Iniiiow money on the laid at
any time ,\ou wish.
A Defective Title
\\ ill knock >on <ml of a sale
oi loan somethin-, as it 1 It n
takes months and >eai - to
stniiglitcn out an “unmerehnn-
table title " No iidbi tiled mau
will buy land or ln,n money
thereon when ll.iws sp,»ui ill
Delays arc Expensive
A ml dangerous, as throbs I raet
might ile> elop t he fad t hat vonr
title is “mum reluiutable," and
if y«Mi begin in time you might
succeed in “curing" same. Oth-
oi wise, witnesses, whose know I*
edge is necessary, m poiti<*s
whose acts are indispensable m
eflVeting the “euie," are liable
to die Ol mm e top u*s nnknowii
at any t ime. ACT N< >\\ .
Fauiii) four,if tlulrtti Co.
By n. M PWlTCIIt 1 V. l essee
•MOFF’ 4ION A I CABDS
OHN A. LAN I US. M. D.
electic Physician and Burgeun
XTIce over firnl.aiu Ci-'wlonl A Co
toure 8i. u. to I f it'. 1 p. in. to f*
e. R< .i.loi C .V (i'll street, Uotl
tic* iiul . esi'l- nee |.iioii*i
Bonnwta - T*.«iui
DR. J. S. SPIKES
VaYorintii y Surgeon
ontoc at Kot.lnsoh \ Bakt-r’i*A etahtf
I’lunic 1(U. 1<eiidviice nlionc 2Av All
■ alls prompt!> .ntendi-d to. Oraduatc
of St. Josci h. (M >.i Vcternary Col leg*
W. E. BRIDGE
Physician ana Surgeon
Office over Pa I are Drug Store, Phone
97. Residence North Broad Street,
Constipation is the rock Unit
wrecks many liver-; it poisons the
lifeblood. Regularity cun be es
tHblished thiough the use id I nek
ly Ash Bitters. It is mildly cath-
artic and strengthens the stomach,
liver anil kidneys. Bold by all
It is well to lie sun* you ari-
iight IwToir going alu-ad, and it is
just iis Will to be Sure vmillie
wrong before barking nut
Many a woman who thinks slu-
is the salt of the eat tli shoo d n
mem be i Lot s wile.
T!ie b h-phone gid may have
rings *tn her fingers, but >1“ li.is
mote in her ears.
t Halsell & Caldwell Co.
What Woulfl be Nicer
than a pair of SIR
KNIGHT Shoes for a
Xmas present or a
Shoe for you Boy. Try
just one pair of Web-
OOUGB <Sr PITZGBRALD
V ill Promtde Beauty
Women dcalring.beauty get won -!
derful help from Bucklen’s Armea
Salve. It banishes pimples, sh in
eruptions, sores and boils. It mike*
the skm toft and velvety. It g!r>
rifies the face. Cures >ore ey«s,
cold sorrs, eraeked lips, chap « d
hands. Ifest for hiirns, acjt*l«.
dl i olio -.—Graham, ||fvrr sores, cuts, bruises and idle*
......... ;h cents at J. YV. Peclet’*.
AHD ALL THROAT AND IUWC TROUBUS]
tl/A PANTiiD SATISFACTORY*
OP money atn/Noeo
Machine dry deans your gar-
ments quickly and without
injury. All work guaranteed.n
JMi.ine ti t a r. Slid 11*1.
Ci l> l*u1l «c Son |
S14 N. Main and JU3 6. Main ‘ m
A rtSq uares
Wc have just received another large shipment of
Art Squ ires. Don’t fail to see them and buy be-
fore they are all gone. You will have to come
early to get choice. >HBE LJSX
The Easy Pay People ?
BONHAM HOUSEFURNISHING CO.
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.