The Daily Favorite. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 216, Ed. 1 Monday, April 26, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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TOT DAILY FA
AN AMERICAN INNOVATION
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,till authority in a litej
,t of the running-
money in a good, I
there when you cl
We have evel
tion consistent witl
on that accot
lilt FAVOMTf PMNIINC COMPANY
OF BONHAM, TEXAS.
ESTABLISHED IK 1874
The Oldest Bank In Fannin (
Thirty-five Years of Successful busir
Capital Stock . . . $100,000.09
Surplus fund (Earned) 50,000 00
Undivided Profits (Net) isiooo.oo
Additional liability of Stockholders for the nrotw
positors. $100,000.00. The Capital Stock, BurDlim
vided Profits, with the additional liability of the St
make a guaranty fund larger than than the Deposits
alwiliiMv fhp mnnpv nf pvorv Honnailnr
Cnternl at the PostoIRcx It BonhAB
biaii a* Second'Cluo Matter
OFFICE NORTH CENTER
Daily, in advance...........
«is Month*, in advance.......... 1-25
Month, in advance.......... +7S
ord of tl
Bonham’s trades day proisjsiv
tiou is being discussed in all parts
of the county and is going to piove
J- B. Ru»itii
J- T. Dale
“■ C. Ru**eli
“Few men understand the art
of love-making,” somebody says.
But most women like to have ’em
blunder at it to their heart’s de-
Unas Joe Cannon is goisg to
play golf. He has decided that
smoking long, black cigars does not
give him all the physical exercise
eware of Ointments for Catarri
Contain Mercury. I
g mercury will surely destro
ease of smell and completed
w(!e the whole system whe
aine it through the mucous]
tees Such articles should n
K used except on prcscripl
rom reputable physicians, ad
lamagethej will do is ten fa
the good you can possibly d
[rom them. Hall’s Catarrh (
The annual profits of the Stan-
dard Oil Company are estimated
at $60,000,000. But the company
needs the money to pay its at-
Professor Matthews says it
is an enormous waste of time to
learu to spell. Don’t see how the
school teachers can help loving
Moving Day In tho Junglo.
Suppose they are the same type of between the two eternities is of far 8tate of Ohio, City of Toledo, \.
Tenurasoeans as Bev. Dr. Rankin; too small moment to be given over Lucas Coun ty. J -
will Texas want them!—Knoxville bo earthly gain. Hand in Frank j, Cheney makes oath
Journal and Tribune. -^Shafter Lake Herald. * *** that hc “ senior partner of the firm
Senator Joe Bailey of Texas has have do “to /oT” !s°the ! ness in tho Cit? of Tolwio. c'ou,lt*
made a speech in congress in which nf religion the iraod honk and 8tate aforesaid, and that saifl
*?-«ri rv’ff SLTKA — — ■* o*H«.
about the use of the big stick by , ’ .. n . ur. .. _ . dred Dollars for each and
If your coal dealer should offer to deliver three times the ■
quantity of coal (of a much better quality) at the samen
would you accept! Of course you would. We make you e£
this offer on your lighting with the new Tungsten Lamp. 14
explaiu. The ordinary lamp you are now using costs you 3|(
cent an hour, and gives you only 16 candle power of light
Tungsten 60 watt lamp costs you the same amount per hour
gives yon 48 candle power of light, and the light from the Ti
steu is of a much better quality.
case of Catarrh that cannot be cur-
ed by the use of Hall’s Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and sub-
cribed in my pumice, this 6th
i day December, A. D. 1886.
A. W. Gleason,
(Seal.) Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure i* taken in-
ternally, and acts directly on the
j blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
The baseball umpires are using
the same language this season that
they used last year. It consists
of about fifteen words and is hard
to understand, but it can be learned
in time by bright people who can
give it proper study.
The time is ripe for a creamery
in Bonham, and all that is neces-
sary at present is an effort to land \
one. Paris has one that is only
ten months old and is paying well,
and has the support and co opera
tion of the business interests of the
For the benefit of those who do
not keep posted on .market values
of produce we give today a eom-
pirison of prices that prevail now]
with last year:
Potatoes, per bushel. $1. 15
Cabbage, per crate.. 3.25
Carrots, per sack.... 1.00
Parsnips, per sack. . 1.25
Pie plant, per box.. 1.75
Spinach, per barrel.. .75
Apples, per barrel. . 6.00
Grape fruit, per box 3 75
The moral of this item would be
to buy land and cultivate it and
become the producer of high priced
produce instead of a consumer.
Bonham Electric & Gas
1 wo Ways Of
Capt. Bill McDonald
s.0 uriiii,, iVmiii imWn At
................. F If you have not read it, get a
§ copy of “Capt. Bill McDonald,
§ Texas Ranger,” on sale at Saun
WWWWWMWWW dors Drug Company’s. Capt. Me-
There are numerous candidates Donald was captain of the Texas
for the governorship “in the hands Rangers for twenty live years, of
of their friends.” The campaign whom Major Bloxham of the U. S.
may now be said to be formally j__
opened.—Terrell Transcript. j
And a very large majority of • Bcttff Than EVCf.
them will still be “in the hands of Hereafter I can furnish you the
their friends’’ when the battle is original “Peace Maker'’ flour,
pver, And some of them may feel Every sack guaranteed not to be
Very muchly stung. ' , ‘W as &00<i” but the ^ 011
_ earth, Sid Smith.
What a beautiful thing is the 1 :
love of an honorable young man for i Occasionally you encounter a
a sweet young woman. Give the who is a failure because it re-
young folks a chance to know each imj le8JJ effort to fail than it
other, and let no obstacle interfere ^ ,
with the affection founded upon ^oes *° 8uccess-
Kr! 11 *«■?'* - *•>"-*
nate is the young man who finds a 0,1 slendei income,
true helpmeet. Divorce laws have j __ . " "
no relation to the right people.- " e often woruler how any Pe*'
Farm and Ranch. son can be persuaded into taking
Stealing away from bad com
People past middle life usi
One is to let some slick toogued fakir, who peddles through
country, come into your home and sell you a pair, and run
risk of ruining yotfr eyes. They know how to fit a glass I
makes you see splendidly today, but it is an uuuatural glass
the eye cannot stand up under it. You fiud that tomorrow
cannot stand to wear them at all. Then you turn to your |
dler—he is gone. We are here to stay.
Found—A gun case. Pay for
ad and describe property.
DOWmail Jeweler and Optician
Hargrove & Reynolds Drug Store.
ill strain out the uric acid
fttles in the muscles and jtj
All men are born equal, but the
average woman thinks she is su-
Tornadoes and Storms
Are liable to come at any time, but are are More Frequent at the
son of the year. For Absolute Protection, get a policy in one ofthesi
companies represented by
The wisdom of the owl is a
During the spring every
'ould bebenefitted by taking
The trouble with men who are
all right otherwise is their pen
chant for boasting of it.
ey’s Kidney Remedy. It furil
s a needed tonic to the kidJ
dter the extra strain of will
tod it purities the blood by stil
iting the kidneys, and caul
them to eliminate the impur]
|rom it. Foley's Kidney Rem
imparts new life and vigor. PI
lotto take.—Saunders Drug
So matter how natural it is f|
pritohe fat. it is very unnat
pberto admit it
The cost of the policy is a mere trifle. The cost of the storm is
times all you possess. Phone 132 2-rings, Hotel Alexander Bui
Each year by throwing away old
clothes that could be made to look
new. Remember that’s our business.
We guarantee all work to be first-class
or no charges. Give us a trial and you
will be our regular customer. Ladies'
work a specialty. Suits made to order.
Hats cleaned and blocked,
G. P. BALL & SON
Phone 63-3R. 513 North Main St.
Cyclone Days He
STILL DIGGING AT TEXAS.
As soon as the Texas legislature
settled the business of the trusts I
it turned its attention to the other
wild beasts of the woods.—Atlanta
Protect your property by Tornado Insurance. Phone31 of
WILL H. EVANS &
Foley’s Honey and Tar is a sj
’tofd against serious results f|
|>ring colds, w hich inflame I
,n?s and develop intopneumol
^Toid counterfeits by insist
F having the genuine Foil
°°ey and Tar, which contain!
•nnful drugs.—Saunders Drul
Whisky and running for o|
to inspire the most patrioti
Capudine for “The Headache.]
Uut last night! Headache
ousthis morning! Hicks’<J
n-*just the thing t» lit you
'new. clears the head—bru
ner'0S. Trv it. At rnndstr
The Texas town that organizes a
commercial eliib capable of high
voltage power on the civic pride
Tver First Nai’l Bank
J. Lee Tarpley (81 Co
UNDERTAKERS AND EWBALMERS
He*, fhone 24L *
circuit is merely placing the sort j
of piemium on energy and enthu-
siasm calculated to produce ma
terial dividends on enterprise,
realty, building operations and op-
timsirn. Prosperity does not come
to a town that waits and whittles.
—Fort Worth Star.
Bonham has organized a Booster
Club, and our civic improvement
Texas courts have again resumed
the playful little pastime of iu
dieting H. Clay Pierce. He ex-
pects to hear soon that he has been
fined $29,000,000. — Chattanooga
New Hearse, Lowering Device, Church trucks, etc
Fire and Cycloti
A bill in the Texas legislature
provides that attorneys need not
appear in court if they submit
briefs. In many instances this
should make a hit with judges.—
Mi 1 waukee Sent inel.
Don’t overlook the fact that I represent one of the strongest
ance companies in existence and will appreciate your business.
W. E. Newtorv
We have little faith iu
religiousness who will tuko advan-
tage of his fellows’ nmfottune.
The lowly Naz.ucne taught brother
ly love. Brotherly love means
share one another’s burdens Any
tl.at'was mim t° be a consistent follower of
Christ must necessarily be a bur-
1 Judge not that ye
Notice to PuW*c
I have been appoint
health officer and all work
that department since AJ
is due and payable to me oi
X\ e have several copies of the
Booster Edition left that you can
If you haVe a
secure at 5c each,
friend or relative in one of the old
States that might lieeome inter-
ested in our town and county send
them a copy.
The early cucumber isn’t made a
Mason at sight, but it’s there when
it comes to giving the grip.
For Headaciic—ttuhx ;(■; udine.
____ ___________ __ ____________ Whetherjfrora colds, heat, stom-
b t.v In I.*ui*l<>n. nml;ln r rnre beauty Is fh«« talk of Che or nervous troubles, Capudine
English capital. Nlr.ee sin- arrived In-this country will relieve you Its I ion id-ideas
it „f much attention In smart circlet In New York \ " , y "qiin.— pleas
ant. Try it. 10c 25<, and 50c at
-f-;-— drug gtorcs.
unanimous Cor Taft.—Cleveland ,
, | den bearer,
Plam Dealer._ bo not judged by the
., " . . i incut” finds its counter in “Yc
Governor ( ampbell appears to Lhall judgc a trecbvils fruit8.»
have an opinion of the result- We need more real \ hristiau fel
getting capacity of the Texas legis- lowship in this section. The game
latura which it is alm< st lilKdous if >s now played is too muelt on
to put in txpe and almost scaiulu- °iderof every man for hi nisei t
. . .. . ami the devil take the hindmost
Ions to even »h„rcr-St. Loui. tlie J/,™
Times. ^should let our greatest victory Is
. . , , _ i for the Master. Any cominunitx
It is as; rled thut Tenucsseeans united with the immls ot Ciuistiai.
in Texas will llud a delightful State love is sure of a benediction of M
to live in—after the fiistofJuIy. uuriug pi ogress. The short span
Horse Clipping Macn**
We hove a new and "P'^
prepat ed than any body to g
first-chiss and prompt **T ‘
us a trial, satisfaction
Moss S' two*1
At fire station.
pass is SO full of dread that
lint i1* n? neccssity for the
I or dangerous. The use
■mlril .Coniing event, and it
Si?,s arp,ied externally. \
cf1rried thousands of I
ith h?,,!!”]ou*h crisis I
CQt*Vf?i<JflT UfV C t.)NBJ5 *>VS T
MISS IDA WYNN^, A BELLE OF INAUGURAL BALL
Fbund—A sum 0
cribe same and pay
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Spotts, W. S. The Daily Favorite. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 216, Ed. 1 Monday, April 26, 1909, newspaper, April 26, 1909; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth976066/m1/2/: accessed February 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.