The Bonham News (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 91, Ed. 1 Friday, March 5, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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TH1 BONHAM SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS
UfE have abeauti
« ful suburban
home with about 4
acres of land to
exchange for a
pi ice close in See
here, but we have heard of no other
Edward Pike and wife visited Ed-
ward’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Tike Saturday night.
Mrs. Mattie Miller and daughter,
Rollie and son,David; visited at the
heme of R. S. Pike Monday.
- Mr. Jim Stroud and. family, who
have been in West Texas for th’e past
three months, returned here last
Wednesday and will make this their
The ground was too wet Monday
to work on the farm so the men folks
all went to Bonham for first Monday.
• Mr. L. B. Ely. Pink Studdard, R.
S. Pike and W\ B. Farmer all attend-
ed the I. O. O. F county association
al Bonham Thursday and Thursday
Little Vada Hendrix has been quite
sick for the past week, but is .able
tc be up again now.
School ■ Girl.
Town and Country
First Monday has come and gone,
ft was a gloomy day, but there was a
fair sized crowd in town to discuss
tnc problem of war and hard times.
Some Socialist speakers tell about the
need of better times and how to get
There is so much mud brought in
from the country on Hie wagon wheels
and carried from the dirt streets zo
the paved streets by delivery wagons
that some of our paved streets look
almost like dirt roads, but when the
weather fairs up our street force will
get busy and soon have things look-
ing better. The mud holes in the dif-
ferent streets will he filled up as soon
a-: they can well he, so don’t kick too
much; just rest easy and think about
something else to kick about by the
time the mud holes are fil'ed up and
the water drained out of the streets.
The fanners that came over the
newly graded roads to town Monday
said they were very bad, but they
will be alright when we get the pike
Oats that were sown before the
last rain are . coming up nicely and
are looking will. Wheat is looking
better than it did a few weeks ago.
It is said by some that there is a
fine prospect for a good fruit crop
this season. It is to be hoped that we
will have plenty, of fruit this year.
Mrs. Mojiie Jones and two little
beys, Clarence and Claud, of Edhube
came in and spent a few days with
Mrs. Jones sister, Mrs. J. P. Haytoh.
A. C. Hayes of the Harrison com-
munity, who is on the jury this week,
spent Monday night at the home of
Mrs. J. P. Hayton.
How To Otve
the trade-marie name^artren to an
improved Quinine. It ia a Tastelesa Syrup, pleas-
ant to take aaddoea not disturb the atomach.
Children take It and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adntts who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause MWM—a nor ringing hi the head. Try
H the next time you need Quinine (or any pur-
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
non* FRBJUUNB is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
Since ou.* last report we have had
some of the most disagreeable weath-
er we have ever seen at this time of
The recent rains have stopped the
oat sowing for a while, although some
of the people here are though.
Mr. L. B. Ely is numbered with the
sick at present.
Mrs. Minnie Baugh and little Lois
AVamell are improving very much at
present, which we are glad to report.
Charlie, the fourteen year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Stroud, died
at his home near Clutter Friday night
and was buried here in the Moore’s
giaveyard Sunday afternoon. The rel -
atives have the sympathy of a host of
Bill, the son of Mr. Mack Moore,
who died of typhoid fever at Prairie
Point, was buried at Moore’s grave-
yard Sunday, the 21st.
The infant of Mr and Mrs. Wade
\assar was buried here Friday, Feo.
We haven’t had any Sunday school
here for. the past two Sunday's on ac-
count of the bad weather.
The strong wind last Friday night
blew the smoke stack off of the gin
FRUIT AND SHADE
SHRUBS AND ROSES
All aorta hardy ahruba and plants.
The biggest and best fruit frees I have
ever grown. Can’t get such trees
- If s Ovality That Counts.
I Grow the Best of Every-
thing --Come and See
Nursery on North Center Street near
Katy Railway. Phone 419
The best short order house in
town, also a fresh stock of gro-
ceries and feed.
When in town give us a trial
and we will do th e rest.
Located on the hitch ground.
^ OFFICE POSITIONS^
^Mor Every Ivy Graduate in *5/
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CmmtcU!, Stmgraphlc, Usable Literary.
Owns Its elegant new home; equipment
■ / Complete; 16 years under Ivy's msnsgs-
“ ’ meat. Training ‘‘Equal to Any; Better
than Many." Proof and Catalog for the
The recent rains have set the
artners back for several days with
their work. Some are not through
sowing oats, while some oats are up
and looking fine. No corn planted
jvt on account of the ground being
Little Lois Waraell, who has' been
sick for the past six'weeks, is thought
to be better now. Lois has fought
a hard battle, first having pneu-
monia, the abscesses of the lungs fol-
The death angel has again entered
our midst and claimed for its victim
Charley, the 14-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Stroud. He was
stricken Tuesday night with pernic-
ious malaria and lived only three davs
He died Friday night about nine
o’clock. Charley will be sadly missed
among his school mates as well as
at home. The body was laid to rest
Sunday in the Moore’s Chapel ceme-
tery. The funeral services being con-
ducted'by Rev. Hall of Windom. The
bereaved family have the sympathy
o:‘ the entire community in their dark
hour of sorrow.
Mack Dickey and wife of Oakland
were here Wednesday to see their
aunt, Mrs. Eliza Bonham.
Several of the young. people here
attended the party given at the home
of Lee Kincaid near Hail Wednesday
.Ellis Pritchett and Oather Milligan
still hitch their horses to the same
Larkin Taylor who has been here
for the past four months with his
aunt, returned to his home at Lamas-
Geo. Stroud of near Ladonia is here
to attend the funeral of his brother,
Henry Warnell, wife and baby vis-
ited relatives here recently.
J. Montgomery went to Hail last
Saturday night to see his brother-in-
law, Melton Rogers, who is said
be quite sick.
S. H. Parker, County Commission-
er, of Bonham visited his family here
t1 is week.
Grandma Stroud of Red River
county is here to attend the funeral
of her grandson, Charley Stroud.
Sam Keel is numbered with the
Mrs. J. R. Anderson-is still con-
fined to her room.
Rev. Adkinson will preach at this
place the second Sunday in March at
3 p. m. and also at night. All are
ir.vited to hear him.
\ > >1 ID CAR OF
JUST RECEIVED NOW. THIS CAR WAS BOUGHTk SOMETIME
AGO AND WE CAN MAKE SOME VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES
DON'T BUY A SINGLE SACK UNTIL YOU GET OUR PRICES.
Russell Grocery Company
OR rALl IN PERSON
If vour watch or clock
needs repairing we will
put it in first class order
All kinds of Jewelry re-
pairing, stone setting, etc.4
Prices consistent with
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Jeweler & Optician
Catarrh of Die Head
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Mr. Tom F.
Dady, No. 3
Rochester. N. Y., writes: “I was
troubled with catarrh of the head for
many years before I paid milch at-
tention to it, but .a few months ago
I was so annoyed by headaches and
difficulty in breathing through my
nose, and my eyes smarted and looked
so inflamed that I felt I must do
something to relieve this state of af-
“I noticed one of your ads. fn the
paper, and then and there decided to
try Peruna. I am pleased to say
that it cbme up to all my expecta-
tions, for in six weeks It had driven
the catarrh out of my system and
I have not been troubled since.”
Mrs. A. J. Tleman. 1122 Wyoming
St., San Antonio,-Texas, writes: “I
suffered over nine years with catarrh
of the head, nose and ears. Five bot-
tles of Peruna have restored me my
be a wolf coming toward the house.
Knowing that wolves had been^een in
the- neighborhood he went into the
house , got his shotgun and returned
tc- a wagon that was standing in the
yard and in this he concealed himself
to await the approach of Mr. Wolf.
The animal was soon within shooting
range and seeing that it was a wolf
Mr. Norman took a deadly aim and
emptied the contents of the gun into
the beast, killing him almost instant-
ly. Near neighbors who were at-
tiacted by the report of the gun, were
soon on "the scene and when they
found that Mr. Norman had killed a
wclf a collection of over $5 was made
up among them and presented to
him. ’Tis needless to state that
there was much rejoicing over the
killing of this wolf and it is hoped
that the remainder of the tribe will
meet a like fate, for their raids have
been very costly to the farmers whose
places they have visited.
PROGRAM OF THE
Today is first Monday and the first
of March—a big trading day in Bon-
ham and we have already seen sev-
eral pass on their way to town with
mules and horses to trade or selL
T. -W. Luttrell shipped his laWt car
of cattle last week that he will ship
for a while. He is still buying some
The past few days of rain have
stopped farm work and oat sowing
for a time. Some have not even be-
gun to sow oats, while others have
f’nished and their oats arfe up and
looking pretty. Some seem to think
that late oats will make as well as
early oats, but if the rain don’t come
at the right time late oats ’don’t
yield much grain.
Corn planting time is almost here
and I don’t know of a single farmer
who doesn’t have to buy seed corn,
and that at a high Price. The farm-
eic- will not stick together, but go -to
town for everything instead of saving
and buying from-each other.
There has been some very serious
sickni fi in this community since our
Iasi report, but the most of the sick
ones are much ipmroved at this writ
The Death Angel came to the
heme of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Con-
i*ally and claimed their sweet babj
of only four months. All was dom
by medical aid and loving hands that
could be done to stay the hand pf
death, but to no avail. God called
one ef His little ones to Himself.
Dear parents, only look to Him wr.o
said, “Suffer little children to come
unto me and forbid them not.”
The whole community joins the writer
in sympathy for the heart-broken
family . .-*•
Mrs. Lob Morris is up after three
v-ecks of sickness.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Carter was threatened with typhoid
fever when last heard from.
Bert Spelce and Earl Cobb haven’t
been in school for the past three
weeks on account of sickness.
The little Son of Mr.-and Mrs. Geo.
S.ms is improving. . . :
Mr. Earl Ramsey moved near Win-
dom this week . We hate to give
them up, but wish them success in
treir new home.
Mrs. Pat Gilbreath is reported as
being much better.
Mr. Earl Lee, wife and baby vis-
ited in Windom Saturday night and
Sunday* of last week, the guests of
Fai l’s parents. Dr. and Mrs. Lee.
Miss Omah Lee visited Mrs. Vonley
Misses Lora Spelce and Omah Lee
c<’4'ed on Miss Willie. Lou Lee Thurs-
day r.ight and enjoyed some good
Misses Estha and May McElrath.
anu Miss Keeton of Bantam, Mrs. 01-
Ui. and AlUe Luttrell were pleasant
visitors at Mrs. Hugh Lie’s Thursday
Mrs. W. Y. McElwee, Mrs. Luttrell,
Mrs. McElrath and ye scribe called to
sec Mrs. Maiscs Sunday afternoon.
Our school is progressing nicely
To let you know something about
llii good work and interest of Prof.
Gilbreath, we will tell you of the
rapid progress of two of his pupils
Earl and Lois Cobb. They did not
'know ail their letters when they
started, and will be promoted to the
second grade this month, and can read
ami wirtc nicely. Their ages are
and 7. Prof. Gilbreath is the right
teacher in the right place.
The rains come so often that the
the mud holes in the roads are al-
most impassable in some places.
Will say to Uncle Watt, our better
half says come on with those inter-
esting items. He enjoys reading
them very much.
What hali become of Althea from
Pock Point? We miss, vopr good
Rose Bin!. .
Following is the program of th?
Baptist Institute to be held at Ls-
masco, Texas, beginning Wednesday
evening, March 10,1915.
7:30 Sermon—G. R. McCraw.
10:00 Our Organized Work—B. F.
10:30 Evangelism—J. P. Morris.
11:00 Sermon—S. A. Cowan.
2:30 Why Use Money in the Lord’s
work—G. R. McCraw.
3:00 Immediate Needs of Our As-
3:30 How, to Grow a Live Church
—B. F. Milam.
7:30 Sermon—S. A. Cowan.
10:00 Deaconship—Rev. Jenkins.
10 :30 To be supplied—S. A. Cowan
11:00 Sermon—B. F. Milam.
2:30 Getting Out of the Ruts—G.
3:00 Home Missions—Rev. Morris.
3:30 Foreign Missions—B. F.
7:30 Sermon—S. A. Cowan.
11:00 Sermon—Rev. Jenkins.
7:30 Sermon—A. M. Hendricks.
9:30 Sunday School Rally—A- M.
11:00 Sermon—A. M. Hendricks.
2:30 The Laymen’s Work—R. C.
3:30 The Organized Class—Mrs. J.
3:30 The Young People’s Worlf-—
4:00 A Man’s Place in the Sunday
School—Robt. B. Semple.*
7:30 Sermon—G. T. Balch.
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by all druggists.
NOW IS THE TIME
No smut, no rotten corn.
—D. V. Hill.
Frank Norman, who lives at Mid-
way, three miles southwest of Leon-
atd, killed a wolf on his place late
Sunday afternoon. The animal is
supposed to have been one of the
three that got away from Hack
Neatherton at Valley Greek last fall.
The animals have been seen several
times and frequent hunts have been
n ade for them but without 'success.
Late Sunday afternoon Mr. Norman
happened to be out in his yard and
looking off in a certain direction he
observed an animal that he took to
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Many Bonham People Havs Been
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Here’s one more Bonham case.
G. W.Crider, prop, furpiture store,
Bonham, Texas, says: “I suffered
from pain across my back and hips.
In the morning I was stiff and sore.
I knew the trouble was caused by
weak kidneys as the kidney secretions
were too frequent and painful in
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cured at Claypool’s Drug store, went
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and hips and the annoyance from the
kidney secretions left.”
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SVANS & PRITCHETT write deed
nortgages, and do all notary wort
Buy and sell Real Estate. Office li
Bonham News- Building, West 4th S'
No stairs to climb.
How about that horse or good
cow you have. During these
war times what a loss it would
be to have them die.
Let me protect you from such
a circumstance by insuring your
cow or horse.
For rates see me or write me.
C, E. THOMPSON
Phone 500 Bonham, Texas
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NOW IS THE TIME
To get your seed corn. Have car
of good ound white Oklahoma corn.
No smut, no rotten corn. If you want
to select your own seed corn from the
right place, now is the time.—D. V.
Prayer must mean
if it is to moan anything to anybody.
Fine Ribbon Cane Seed for sale. See
u: at once.—Russell Grocery Com*
pany. Phone 5$. 91 2t
A prayerless soul is a Christless
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Evans, Ashley. The Bonham News (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 91, Ed. 1 Friday, March 5, 1915, newspaper, March 5, 1915; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth974609/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.