The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 115, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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I'll K HON II AM HA1IV IAVOIM » »_
Every Hoy's feet should
be provided with a pair
of Bootees for stonny-
day wear. They affoid
the greatest comfort to
Boys who are out doors
in all sorts of winter
weather. The Leathers
are strictly Calf-made
waterproof, solid oak
soles, cut high with
buckle and strap to prevent rain or snow from getting
inside. Prices $3.50, $ 1.00 and $5.00
Buy a pair of Bootees for the boy for Christmas and
make his heart glad. We are headquarters for all
kinds of Christmas Footwear.
Boys Storm Shoes
1 lie Shoe Man.
West Side Square
v J. I» Ml.ikr nrxt |o tu'lio
I i t Wfttt Wt«*t l«*l«*>.
Kd I* St.j;, i n,iit linitll Mi th«>
I.. C IVum ll went U> Kasenna
Ino. Steei'i I, It Mils molIklllg loi
Sshe If New
\\ atri is one of tl» ®«d ataiml
ant and «
tine and l
iriitnl etl-moat* Of tia-1
i life and happim *» >>f |
and the •aevs*'"* of a *'
lint'll of lodwatlV depend 0|a»oj
quality, i-onI and durability *»• "*|
Kiel sintv the ila>' when M**n»n|
«unde the iwki and natei jjiiihnl|
Durant. t*k!« Jfuithto quench the th*rs*S ot tie
Minn IduHuiith visited In Money rhildien ol !'«-»• 1 tin pe..,,!. hatej
|(]nt*r to »*mwiwjd Im walli I" thwor|
, ,, ...... dioiith, it IN theeiiNtom of the p«**. |
I .line Itamett an- In ir Itoni I'a .
. , ! nle «»r the nual dial!iris to play
\enna today. | * ... ......
foi ram, Uinl III the inhabitant* ol
nui* 1......... w,"tl" ,,ODe> | cities tn eitiae the wate. work*.1
Urove thi. morning, | lH mhi^ tht. ,1)obU.ni
thdi Brownlee went to Money m^iifultur.....the and .........
i,m\e iiii- morning, g M . g ; ,i. artesian »i
Williatd White left tor For t<‘t . available Idr iiionI eitn". •
Worth tins nioming. j Nature ha* done her part by do
J. II. Youugei roturneil home to1 positing vast takes nl pure wutei
ICaveiina this afteinooii. ibeneath the aiirfaeo and numerous'
.1. A. Mays and John Taylor 'iver* ti averse the State, oiler it g
f vviV v" • Vi vV v v vVV v vv m irk
Tile (piesliou ot what to gi ve for <'Iw isluias may lie easily
decided liy cull at oni stole and selecting fioni
urn In'itiitil'ul line ot useful articles. We
give ii lew Miggi'ntioiiN below;
Watches, Chains and Lobs, Kings,
Lockets, Brooches, Bracelets, Scarf
Pins, I ie Clasps, Cuff Links, Back
Combs, Tourist Cases, Shaving
Sets, Military Brushes, Toilet Sets,
Manicure Sets, Umbrellas, Vases,
Water Sets, Baking Dishes, Elec-
We are always glad to show the goods. Our guarantee
goes with each purchase. Call ami let us help you select.
went t<> Dallas this afternoon.
Mi-s lli-li'ii Kit/gerald returned
fiom u visit to Pans thisnfteinoon.
M is |*. iThurmond and daugh
ter. 'Iinn Charlie, left this morn
ing to \ isit in I Milas.
Mr. and Mrs. fJuy Fuller went
to Paris this morning, where Mr.
Fuller is having his eyes treated.
inn ulniud’uice ot 'inlmv a.(tel to
the yilie*. and it i> merely an eu
ginccring pin'ilem ol watering th ■
cities ol Texas.
Nothing more appropriate for a
Xmas present than one ol those
Indian blankets at Gruham, Ciaw
ford \ Company's.
There’s One Thing in
that other soda crackers lack
and that is
In Hoi stun Ft oof Vachates
(Never sold in bulk)
it ta M
ami I" usc|
brush end **l
no rt*oi •>'M
C. B. B O VV M A IN
JliWKLBP AM) OPTICIAN
i "wmmfmotfmmmnmwNm 'it
Satvirday Dec. 10th
The riatinee Girl
In the new musical comedy
“THE AIR SHIP"
All the Song Hits of 1910 The All Fun Show
The Famous Beauty Chorus
A Guaranteed Attraction—first time at these prices
PRICES 25c, 35c and 50 cents
If there is any one present that would please
a young man or men of mature age, it will
be found in this store. Give a present that
will be ol some use to the receiver, some-
thing that they can wear and w ill give ser-
vice. A half dozen nice ties, about the same
number pair of hose and a dozen collars
would be appreciated by any man or boy.
A nice pair of dressed kid gloves, a dozen
nice handkerchiefs and dozens of other ap
propriate gifts, too numerous to mention.
Select a nice package and lay it away.
Pleased With Appoint mint. jand have made considerable iiu
Cedar Hill, Tex , Dec. *>, I OH*, provement in repairing and refur
Dear Hpottv—-Please change my nisliing the parsonage since our
Faviiriik fi oni Allen, Texas, to arrival. < Ireat crow ds at I will ser
Cedar'Hill, Texas. vins Sunday. House packed at
Since the “big Wheel" revolved night. U.H in Sunday Nckoot. \\ e
at Wichita Falls, we are at Cedai expect to make Hun the very best
Hill, in the I>allas distiict. This year ot bur lives.
is by odds, the best appointment ...... ■»■—
vv(* have had. The people have
received us very kindly and gladly, j
(>1 coni' e, we urealxJ
to hear the news liom1
id ii,” so semi idong thefl
\\ iHi In*1 vv isht's lev»lf
Vinits truly, 1
< Scar K. Mrl
.1 list see the Navajo
Graham, Craw lord <V
% THE ha.i
water y»' k1''*- ' '
If you intend having good
Groceries and Feed
and we'll do the test
LEVINE & CO.
Groceries and Feed
Swan-Down Cake Fleur
a delight to all house keepers who
a pride in the cakes they bake,
only 2c a cake and don’t forget we i
headquarters for the largest anti
oysters in town,
CURLLE & CAMPBEI
The Girl From li. 8. A. ootnpa
ny arrived this morning anil will
appear at the opera house tonight.
Mesdumos II. K. Taylor, Lauia
Martin and daughter, Mis. Henry
Holland, visited in Sheiman to
C. C. Hodge, the genial shoe
salesman for M. C. Splvy & Com-
pany, is reported ipiite sick at his
home in northeast lion ham.
J. Collie Sparger id J'urcell
Oklahoma, is here on a visit
and has many, friends in
Itonhuin and Fannin county who
are always glad to see him. He
made the Favomitk oltiee an ap-
preciated visit this afternoon.
They Are So Tempting
Straight liom me Unit if
you neglect youf teeth you
will have to pay for It—
not m money, but iu ac-
The wise man i and his
wile) lias every little de-
cay attended to at once,
and lie is careful that the
dentist he employs is a
good one. The wise man
in Ilonham, in fae: Fannin
County, comes to me !*•.
cause I can (ill his ti'etli
5 absolutely without pain
Zg and positively gmuantee
^ the work.
«£ Heller drop in and have
„• I hose bad leelh made gi nd.
Dr F. C Allen 5:
“m " cni Side of Si|,i.«re, JJ-
that our Yegetabh*s attract all
sorts of tastes. Fresh, sound and
fine, we get daily supplies of the
choicest Vegetables that the gai
dens afford, and we eater to the
best families who seek quality in
their food at all times. If you buy
i here once you will trade here rcg.
ii lari y, for there are none to com
pare with us in garden stuff at all
seasons of the year.
Kennedy & RijkscII
‘‘The People’s Grocers.”
Out Xmas stock of liHiulkci
chief* is uycit complete.—Graham,
jGiawfor«| A Company, ]
| There disappeared from my home
i in Bonham on Dec. did, a white
and liver colored pointei bird dog,
about one year old and rather large
I for pointer; medium condition,
j Head mostly liver eoloi with other
large liver spots over body. White
!extends up Ix'hind ears in perfect
I point; has small liver specks over
I Imdy and limbs. Name .lap and
answers well to name.
This dog was a present to family
and am very anxious to recover
him. Will pay reward for recov
ciy or information and would cci
tainly appreciate effort of any
friend in the matter.
Jno. T. Fitzgerald.
Whether you spend little or much for Cluistn
it is important that your gifts should have lasM
Christmas prices are lower than at other seas
here, because our larger purchases give ns M
The quality of everything in this store makesitl
worthy gift, whether the price you pay is ln1-^ *1
small. Our large stock covers the entire ronge
your family needs and—
4^Tfen tie tow z,,r0|
tiv.U mil voruHtef
kind. I*‘“ wl
The f.H ' • ’ I
questeil to met t aj
at' V m \ lI
We hav< nhtpeH
hcav \ «m coi n wj
wi will 1 o' I’bj
il tiikrn ml o! tj
«lra Ii m com.
1. i ' in x'l
■!iti .'"MU '''ft
II you don’t!
| Every Article Can Be Used Everj Day in The year
SEE OUR LINE OF
Hig Easy Chairs. Dining Room Suites,
Davenports, Morris Chairs, Library Ta-
bles, Extension Tables, Colonial Wood
Beds, Colonial Hall Clocks, Chifforolers.
Shaving Cabinets, Sewing Cabinets,
Kitchen Cabinets, Hall Seats and Mir-
rors, Hugs, Stools, Pedestals an1*
Hundreds of Other Useful
Jgir^ A $250 Piano for $168.50!
jHalsell & Caldwell Co.
-5 North Mnin ‘Street
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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. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth922479/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.