The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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a New Shipment of
I he Shoe Man.
West ^ide Square
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B;’till O »««Ht|*o
I K llaifrove, Hjwctal \»tent
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" riU* deeds, mortgages, wills, etc. Call and’see me.
over Hi'S I N»l’l Hank WILL H. EVANS & Cd
All Name* appearing In Hi is ciiliimu
aer subject to the .irtion of «lu> Demo-
DISTRICT Of fit IS
For Congress, 4thJI)i»tnrl
B. Q. EVANS
For District Clerl*
EARL'Mc A LESTER
: Dental |
Foi < j.i re» tn' itn > N I
SAM HA YBLKN, No. I
For County Judge
W. A. 8PANGLEK
W. A. EVANS
For Coui ty Clerk
JNO. 1. WHI ELER
JNO. T. FITZGERALD
CLARENCE V. PEARSON
W. B. LEEMAN
IRA F. BARRETT
W. E. BIGG ERST A FF
For Coun‘y Attor ey
U. T. LI I’HCOMB
H. F. LEHLIE
For County Treasurer
Fnr|County Tan Assessor
W. C. FINLEY
rr County Tn* .Colin li i
K. ^Tt. THOMAS
^or.8u|it.rol Public Instruction:
R. M. PARKER
VV. F. KEETON
Por tustice of the Peace, Prtc t I
J. K. BLAIR
L. P. THOM AS
For Commissioner Precinct I
M. L. WITHERSPOON
PICK ENS RODGERS
8. H. PARKER
S. E. GOSS
JAS. A. AGNEW
For Constable, Precinct I
O. B. FINCHER
For Commissioner Precinct 4
MALCOLM E. BISHOP
O. M. MITCHELL
J. W. BURKOUUBS|
For Public Weigher at Ronhim
W. B. HARDY
T. F. FARMER
JOHN L. OWENS
SAM T. COCK RILL
A. M. M EL LG IN
Teaches for Sale
Nice peaches this week. Phone
or come to orchard, 5 miles north
weat of Booham. .1, j, Noah.
Cane and Millet Seed.
The last call for cone ami millet
cannot get full value from
food. Bolted food does not
properly nourish. A young
person with a neglected
mouth finds it difficult to
obtain and keep a good po-
sition in business and
among his friends. White
even teeth add greatly to
fJie attractiveness of any
facn. Neglected teeth and
•» duty mouth cause dis-
eased tonsils and obstruct
• d nose.
Why not have your
mouth put in a healthy
conditiout Probably save
von a spell of sickness.
Come to me. 1 will cheer-
fully examine your mouth
free of charge. My work all
Dr F. C Allen
W*»t 3ui« of Square,
RAILWAY TIME 1ABLE
Texas & Pacifit.
A rrives Leaves
.-(ft, 0:35 a. rn. 9:40 a. m
'In. HI, 12:05 noon 12:25 noon
v<>. id, W. 15 p. m. |0;3O p. m
v°- :ui 8:50 :i m. n.05 a. m.
N‘o. 32, 1:30 p. m |:50 p. m,
No. Of, 5:10 |>. m. 5:15 p. m
M. K. & I.
Vo <*88 leaves.........R ift a. m
No. r .14 leaves.........
No T.13 arrives.........flilfl a. m
No. 257 arrives........ «.20p. m
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On* I It- ,< 11 iii
the r*.»! » »».» |l •' >» •
Jim lU)but - ait* immn w . n -.
for the »«wl
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IH. J H f»p ki ■» li.tnit n..n> ,, Hi «*• *• *•
viMl U* lUiU . . <• * m,
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na were in tlo- nil |t»ln
Mif John H „„ itf I r t id • it\ ► ■ * " »« f
• * • i \ TVs llefalt'tA* f'iN
v imUsI friendt h< . e f• >-i.»■.
Cauol Popt rami m thi» nfti i
noon from HeintiugUm, Oils
'll*. RoIm-it Npeliv |rft f«*tlrt\
U» h isit rrUtu r» in ,ii Rax eons
Miss .lot Baith lilt today for
a visit to lelatui s at Ft Worth.
Mi*s Lomsf Phtllips left toil u
to visit relatives and fronds in
Mr. \\ alt* i*- exp > i-» t• • upend i
eral week* in Detroit and xn-iuitx
Min Maude M.i* \ bit t)• i m
teruoon lot a visit t i JVntV m*
John Meredith anil f.tmilv u
turned homi-to D. in on tin- mom
Mrs. Dave Shaver went to Ha
xeona this morning to visit u la
Miss I»ell Smith is vi-itmg her
sister, Mrs. Emmet Patillo, neat
L. F. Gray and wife left today
for their home at <laiimsx die.
Juo. C. Sparger went to Ml.
Pleasant this afternoon on
Mrs. A. D. Hammock, Sr., re
turned home this afternoon from a
stay at Tioga.
nave traveled a hall century to
Mrs. W. r McAnally left today K, th„f atlmeg.vatci than the ax-
for Sulphur, Ok la., to spend a rra>,e )lfp. Ml, Smith ,t„, ,
oouple of xxe» ks. utj active life anti ran Is* found at
Mrs. W. E Newton and children his post of duty, at the T. A t\,
left today fora visit to lelatives from • o’clock in the morning un
and friends at Durant. til 7 o'clock in the evening. Mis.
Gun Steger and family and Ed Smith is not in -uch good health,
Steger and family left this alter wd recently had the misfortune
noon for Corpus Christi. to lose her eyesight.
Mis. ('has. Ilalsell . ........I I'ncle Knox, in speaking of his
home this morning from a visit to wedding celebration, jokingly re
relatives at Fort W oi tli. . ................. L
MiM'IMi III THI tll'BS
tailmutf IX IN MaMiPf ol iNr
t full. m Ilk Nor t'H l« »«s
kiox I Snilh and VNib Will havr
Kicn Mam<d hfly Years
Tomoio>x tv 111 maik the fiftieth]
wedding anuiveisary of 'lr. and
Alis. I i'ix I Smith. This worthx
couple xx'ie married m Jackson j
county, Mo,, pist fifty yearsago,
aud had Ik'cii engaged for nine
years prior to tin u wedding. Mis.
Smith still lias hei engagement
ring, which she has worn for fifty
two xeaiand it has not been RARNFTT IS NOW LAWYER
h»’i fin; * i for the pint twenty ttro
yrais. I ncle Knox was 77
................ .. years
of age in March and his good wife SlFIIOJfiiphcf 111
is only It) months his junior, her m-’flt I'dSSPS Bdf lXdinilldllOII
77th birthday coming in Dercm
Iht of this y ear.
Mr. and Mis. Smith have been
in Texas nice 1M70, most of which
time has been spent In Bonham
and Fannin county. There are no
better people than these two who
marked that no preaeqt would be
received larger than a can of sal-
mons or a peck of potatoes. The
many ftiends of this couple unite
in wishing them many happy re
f tit ns of t Ins event
I'lie ease of T. M. Stioud, ebarg
Mis. John Van )soy and little
son of Dodd -City, ate guests of
Mr. and Mis. Ed Weathersby.
Mrs. Peter Gray and children
left today for Dallas, where they
will make their home in future.
Miss Anna Faust of Denton, who
in a guest of Mias Mary Eva Bat , ----„
ron, went t«, Ravenna today p> vis- '’,l wi,h fraudulently ditching the
it friends. 'oad, which was on tiial yesterday
Mrs. J. A. Agnew and daughter, ('n""<*V eonrt’ rc8ulted in a ver’
Miss Bess, returnisl home this <llct <>f wcpi.ittal for defendant.
morning from a vidl to friends at
Dodd City, i The hist time a man conies home
Georgf ,lo«.6 1,1. m,t f... a,,, ,t'9 * ....... ........ <•
All toil.0, bovIliK hi .„Mn.lv R„, '",r l'""
X’*u*bt, who ................. i„ th',. h'""' » •l,‘,rk
M. T. Baiiett, stenogiaphei to
Govetnor Cam pi tell, is now a lull
Hedged lawyer. He has just re
turoed from Texaikana, where he
took a bar examination before 11>»*
board of legal examiners of the
Sixth supreme .judicial district.
Eleven applicants to practice law
stood the examination. Mr. Bar
roll passed successfully, although
the giading ol the | apeis hail not
as yet been completed when he re
turned to Austin. He said he
would continue in his present posi
tion until the expiration of the
governor's ts*rm altei whleh he
would take up the practice ol law.
The above notice has reference
to Thurmond Bat reft, a foimer
employe of tin-- nftiee, and a son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rairett. He
Is one ol the I lightest young men
Fannin countv luvs ever produced.
His sludy of law, which has re
suited m his license to practice,
was done during his spare time.
He is a worthy and deserving
young man who is bound to sue
oeed in the future as lie has done
in the past.
DMIKIMI S KKM I 1*
f ,.i \\ uith J, * >klahoma City 2
to innings |.
Dal'a- I, Hhicxi poll o i 10 in-
Iloii' on »», \\ ats* «
i,,»lx• too 3, San Antonio .*
Houston ha> slipped into hist
pliti again, Iwing just two points
ahead ol Ban \otonio in second
and thi.eoxei Dallas in third
Bill K> nutr. an old time faxonte
m the |'» x is I. ague, is now playing
l with Muskogee, Gkla., in the
Western Association. Bill xvas
playing ball when some of the
on .cut playeis in this league were
hi the cradle.
\ pcimit <0 a grand parade,
! with poll, protection, was ictused
by the eliii I ol police of ( hie ago to
.lohnsoii’s colored admirers in that
city. They wanted to give the
colored champion a grand parade
ami reception when lie nuivesln
that city. \ parade of lliat kind
wouldn’t hist long in Texas.
Some of Our /
We Bake Then Fr
I Kc Model
IF VOU ( AH
" ' fixp rKgi j
Bess I lian Half il»j
xvhat can vom___
pay for the new l
Rill l.attimore is now playing
Hist base for Fort NN’oith, acting
as a sub for Coyle, the regular
I’anther llrst baseman. Rill lirst
broke into the game as a lust Imse
man, playing with Dallas, and was
released by that club after a mouth
oi so. He then took up the role
of a pitcher and broke into the
The G.P.. 1
l« a mantel pwrr „| nr.su
and tnanulactim ig
supply it at a pri r wh*
you to mr.lic an i.np'-iti
iF. cost >f jsiui lighting.
Bon Ii a m Hit
& Gas Cor
From all over the country pro-
t' I < are going up against the
•*how lug of the pictures of the
Johnson Jeffrie* fight. These pic
tures, it is believed, would help
stir ii)i the laeial fpeling thatexists
everywhere. Congrr sman Randell
is one of the many who have come
forward as being against the show
mg of the pictures.
Galveston lumped Irom seventh
to fifth place In a single day. It's
a jumble, this Texas league lace is.
Dallas plays a double header to
day, and should they win one of
these, and Houston, w hich is now
asylum at that place.
I.ost Fig—Red female pig about
BEGIN Ki ll RIVER SURVEY
centage table. Explaining how
this happens to lie a fact would
give, the ordinary man a headache.
fm .i wedding gi M ' • l,nfl
have many be,mill'll |i.uiei
pies, Howls, Fern Ihshefcl
epoon Trays, Oil anil 'll
i le, < tompoi i - V
Cream Sets, etc. I •'>'•' 1
goml* before buying.
c. n. Bow.
Jew e|ei and Dl't'T
D. W. Sweeney, wife and little Nj, wecksold - \ I be., , 1!
daughter returned this alter noon I ueu.mgi,
Bpjfinninij ,il Wnliila I tills Biologists
Will Investigate Pearl
IOI IN A. I ANIUS. M. D.
I elettic Physician and Surgeon
from Mineral Wells, where they
have been for the past ten day s.
W. M. Tweedy and chib
I o. nD NOOH | j I-,
|dren, aftei a visit of ftve woeks to
relatives in the city, left today tor
their home at Little Rock, Ark.
J. B. \\ alters left today for Do
troit, Mich , where lie goes as a del
egate from the Bonham Elks to the
convention to lie he’d In that city, j
Brown Hays aud wife arrived
today Irom Wichita Falls. Brown
has l«en working for the Ixaty at
Till, OLD RELIABLE
rmmiwnwim ■ r>
(jfflee over Graham. Crawford A Co.
Hour* 8:30 a.m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 6
proo. Residence W. nth street, both
9fHre and raaidencr phonea 235.
Bonham - . Teiat
W E. BRIDGE
I’hysician and Surgeon
1 Wee over Palace Drug Store. Phone
Kesulenee North Broad Street
DR. |. S. SPIKES
i v/srags sstyt-jjass
•eed ant] you know you should
h»v, nrar, Iwd ,tuff. lo,„N | mm> ""\r ^
Sul Hmilh < »*uer West 7th autl Beach 8tn«eD-.
k'ftMc<bn.n,,HnK ,,lshi" "",l"( THEATRE COMPANY
Mrs. J. Luther Langsdon and 36 people, band and orchestia in
children, who have been visiting theii on magnificent, waterproof
the lady’s parents, w. W. Cecil »'»d electric lighted caova* theatre
and wife, left today fm then home I A." nr"'
at Oklahoma City. 1 A" "-«■ plan
Miss Lula Bailey, recent I \ re
Burned from Baltimore and Wash
ington, aud xx ho has been hi re x is-
Iting her Sister, Mrs. w . a. Refers A choice Parquet Seats
left today for San Angelo to visit
1000Sca,s at 10ct
W ashington, July t>.- The Bn
rcau of Fisheries expects to begin
the Survey td the Red River this
week with a view to introducing
Into this stream the mother of
peai 1 mussel.
Fish fommi sinner Rowers to
day advised Representative Hliep
paid that the hiiiveying party
headed by End F. B. Isley , sta
Hone I at I’onkana, < >k , and E (’.
John on, htatmiied at Lawrence,
Kan , two eminent biologists, will
entei upon the invettigatioii at
They will begin at Byei.; Station
ou Red f'lver, nrai Wichita Falls,
and rnniinm down stiearn by boat
to Fulton, \ 11 , and Shreveport.
This survey i>; l>< ing made in pur-
siianee ol a inpiest made by Mr.
j Sheppard during (bit session of j
Little Ray, the phenom secured
from Muskogee, Ok la., by St.
| Louis, has defeated the Detroit
Tigris in three straight contests,
W hy St. Louis, in last place, can
defeat Detroit, which team is the
logical leader of the. American
league, and then in turn be just as
regularly defeated by admittedly
weaker dubs than Detroit, is one
of the many pur/.les the great
American game presents.
oi i Ins ^
fall and winter hosier!M
wear. Write I*. IV R-N
East, sth street, or pH
Wood foi SaW
1 have seventy fivcorl
Plenty of ice cold wateimclons.
Bonham Ice Company.
died neks of two
eighteen inch wood an'H
for sale. Thoroughly
ready for immediate
Phone orders to lb K]
to Mil up,
Jack Kennedy and wife, affm i
spending Ihe night in the city, left'
this morning for a short visit to
relatives at Savoy, alter which
they will go to Dallas tn make then
home. Jack will be connected
with the At mom Packing Com
pmy a< that place.
Change of plays nightly.
AND CURI^ THE LONGS
VULDS [r TRIAtBOTH!ffttl
*8D ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
Will make trips anywhere,
in town or out. Phone
325 or 33.
Rates $3 per hour
for lour passengers
Always ready to go. Will
make SPECIAL RATES
FOR OUT OF TOWN TRIPS
for Irvrrishnrsv and f\
Wlietbei from Malonm/**
Colds in over heating, It
t’apudme. It. ledonv-f
and reliex es t he aching I
in, :’■> .iii-l .• -* ii nt#|
The Inst optiimslx
I from those who huvei
mental pain. By sulli-i
I edge enternth — if you
1 good account.
Plenty of nice penchc
the Lawrence faiin lour [
When you want lErxti
repairing done at
by hand or macl'iitl f-‘!
H I AS
tu i Belli
to date S
ing out i
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Spotts, W. S. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1910, newspaper, July 7, 1910; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth923259/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.