The Bonham News. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1901 Page: 1 of 9
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“WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO BE RIGHT, LET HIM FIND FAULT WHO MAY.”
BONHAM, FANNIN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1901. NO. 22
: If They’re Lewis’
| Will Slip
iy from you this win-
if your feet are not
properly shod. Nothing
« ter if your feet are not
• cuts such a hole in your pocketbook as poor shoes.
our men’s * Box Calf
wonders towards helping
invested in a pair of
• heavy soles shoes will do
you save your money.
J. W. LEWIS,
Mr. S. A. Noble and Miss L’z-
sie were married
Wednesday afternoon in Nava-
sota, Texas. The groom is now
a prosperous merchant at Green-
ville, but is an old Bonham boy
and known to us all. He was in
business here with his brother,
J. P. Noble, until a couple of
years ago. He is a splendid
gentleman. The bride is also
known to many of our people,
having at one time been a teach-
er in our public schools,
wish for Steve and his bride
If you owe
scription, you will
will appreciate a prompt pay-
New Brick Sidewalks.
In the past few weeks the fol-
lowing parties have put down
good, brick sidewalks.
Mrs. Margaret Bussell, 300
feet; V. A. Ewing and E. Mason,
300 feet; John Ingram, 225; J.
W. Haden, 425; J. F, Boswell,
75; R D. Chaney and Mrs. John-
son, 300; Mrs. J. H. Ardinger,
150; J. B. Shortridge, 140; R. G.
Alexander, 150; Mrs. Euox, 150;
Kobt. Nunnelee, 144. This
makes a total of 2,359 feet of
substantial walls, whicn is a
very creditable showing. Oth-
ers are ready to build as soon as
men and material can be secured
fo* the work.
A fine sou was born to Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Lusk last Tuesday,
Holiday goods arriving daily
at the Nickel Store.
Dallas New s.
• There is for Sir Thomas only
one cup of pleasure.
Beware of the man who makes
The farmer who raised broom-
corn this year has gained a
Prophet Foster predicts a cold
wave for about this time. How-
ever. could we have guessed it?
Dr. A. Conan Doyle can’t find
much material in the Pat Crowe
case for his brand of detective
Paris, Tex., is a good hitching
post for some people, and the
parting of the ways for others.
President Roosevelt pursues
the even tenor of his way—his
way of appointing gold Demo-
crats—notwithstanding the “’pos-
sum dinner,” as “Marse.Henry”
Pat Crowe first demanded that
all rewards for him be with-
drawn. Now he is demanding
other concessions. Pretty soon
he will ask that Mr. Cudahy to
pay him to come in.
A fair divorcee in St. Louis has
quit her church because “Ble&t
Be the Tie that Binds” seemed
to be tbe favorite song.
No, Sir Thomas, we don’t want
vonr yacht. She can’t fly the
Stars and Stripes.
Don’t trv to throw a fit until
you have first worked up a fine
It is all well enonsrh to step on
tbe heels of your rival if you can
not do any better, but keep off
Cotton receipts this week have
been light on account of the de-
cline in price, i
^ WE MEAN
TO HAVE IT
The way we expect to get it is to sell you the very best class of goods for the least amount of money that the same grade of goods can be bought anywhere.
We handle the beat line of wagons, disc and sulky plows,
harrows, seeders, drills, turning plows that are made. Everything
in the implement line that leaves our store goes under an absolute
guarantee and they do not come back—that’s as good a guarantee
as one could ask. |
GENERAL SHELF HARDWARE.
We have as complete a line of general shelf hardware as
you will find in any store in North Texas. Every article we buy
is made for use—they are ail of the best. Our line of carpenter’s
tools i» very complete and are of the best. We carry only the best
in saws, hatchets,.planes, hammers, chisels and all other articles
in that line. We nave an extensive lihe’of good goods for farmers.
AXES, SAWS and WEDGES.
We carry a large stock of axes bought before the rise in
price. We have some of the best bargains to be had anywhere.
We have all sizes of cross-cut saws, all Henry Diston and Atkins
make, narrow, wide and oae man saws, and we have a complete
stock of iron wedges and mauls.
COOK STOVES and HEATERS.
We need only mention that we carry all sizes of the Char-
ter Oak Cook Stove and Range to con vice you we have the best
stove that is made—it is the only stove that has stood all tests
made on it and that has thrived on those tests. Every stove is
guaranteed. We have all sizes of wood and coal beaters. It matters
not the kind of stove you want we have it. We wiL' not be undersold.
Washing Machines, Wringers, Tubs and Pots.
We handle the best washing machine that is made—every ma-
chine is absolutely guaranteed to do the work you want done. Our
stock of wringers is complete and we can sell you a cheap ooe or a
first-class grade. We buy washpots by the car load,hence can give
you some fine bargains. We have all sizes of galvanized iron tuba
and we got them at a price we do not tear will be discounted.
Tinware and Enamel ware.
We buy our tinware and our enamelware by the car load—
we are thus enabled to sell at prices not equaled by persons who
buy in small quantities. We have an immense stock and can supply
you with most anything you may need. We also have a fine line
of anti-rust tinware and of chrysolite, green and white euameled-
wareand something new and good in white enameled German ware.
Pocket Knives, Scissors
We carry over $2,000,00 wort
table cutlery, carvers, butcher
We are especially proud of our si
carry the very best there is to tx
a thing does not turn out to be w
good by Returning the money or
us and see if this is not the case
h of pocket knives,scissors.razors,
knives, silverw&re and spoons,
ties of all this line of goods. We
s bad and our patrons know it. If
hat we represent it we make it
making good our guarantee—try
Guns, Targets and Revolvers.
We have a fine line of double and single barrel, breech load-
ing shot guns, varying in price from $5.00 and $6.00 for single bar-
rel guns and $12.50 to $30.00 for double-barrel guns. We will not
be undersold when it comes to shotguns. We can give you your
choice of either of eight target rifles, every one guaranteed and
ranging in price from $1.00 to $5.50. In targets we are leaders and
everybody knows it. We carry both 22 and 32 sizes. We have or
will get you anything you warn in pistols or revolvers, -
Leggins, Coats and Gun Cases.
We carry a fine line—all sizes of leggins, hunting coats and
gun cases, and our stock of belts, scabbards, cleaning rods, re-
loading outfits, brass knucks, wad cutters, whistles, wads, powder,
shot, caps, primes, loaded shells, black and smokeless powder
and cartridges of all sizes is very complete. We have all sizes,
of shotgun shells, and of the size shot to meet all demands.
China and Qneensware
- We' keep a very complete stock
of Havaiand china always on hand.
We will sell It In sets or by the
piece to salt the purchaser. We
have a fine line of decorated china,
pretty and np-to-date.
In queens ware we cam offer more
good bargains In first-class Eng-
Tishware of our own importation
than any house in North Texas.
We have It to suit everyone In price,
color, quality and style. We will
not be undersold when It comes to
the question of dishes.
Bowls Pitchers and
we have Just opened a crate of very
pretty and stylish bowls and pitch-
ers and toilet sets complete—we
will sell these, they are all decor-
ated—to suit the purchaser—we
have a plain white bowl and pitcher
we can sell for 80c, a large and bet-
ter, we can sell for $1 and another
at $1.25. These are all EngUshware.
Our decorated line sells at $2.75 for
a ten piece set, $4.50 for a 12 piece
set or $1.75 for bowl and pitcher.
Dog-Irons, Grates and
we have a fine line of dog-irons—
we can sell them at a price to snit
the parchaser. we have several
designs and they are all bargains,
we can supply yoa with Clubhouse
grates of most any size you may
need—we also have extra grates
for. coal stoves and can repair your
stove, we have something nobby
In fire sets—as we make our own
stovepipe and flues we can give
you just what you want in that fine.
Glassware, Lamps and,
We have a fine line of glassware,
we keep a fine stock of 4 piece
sets, and something nice In pitch-
ers, cake stands, fruit bowls, pre-
serve stands, goblets and glasses,
we have some fine bargains. we
have a fine display of glass lamps,
and we sell chimneys at 5c, 10c, 15c
ann 20c, according to the kind you
want. Now Is the time you need
your lanterns and we have them
for you. we always keep a good
supply of extra globes on hand.
Chains, Collars and
' We have the best stock of trace
chains and horse collars, of all
sizes,to be found anywhere. We can
fit you up with bridles, halters,
check lines, breeching and any and
everything you may need in the
harness line, we keep a fine assort-
ment of rope of all sizes, and we
are the leaders in whips, we have
more whips than anybody and we
make tbe price at which whips
must be sold.
You Have No Idea
how much can be bought with
one dollar until you come to our
store and begin to look around and
see for yourself what we have.
Merchants in town say that
when they get out of a thine they
know when to gA it and they
come to ns for it.
Everybody is treated alike and
everybody goes away pleased, we
want your trade and we mean to
Cha,s. X>a.wis A Co.. THE HARDWARE PEOPLE.
THAT WILL STRIKE THE BULL’S
EYE OF PUBLIC APPROVAL
The bargains that we are offering in new
Are Worthy Your Attention.
Ladies' $1.50 and $1.25 Shoes at 95c
while they last
Children’s Heavy School Shoes all
Solid Leather 90c and $1.00.
Baby Shoes 25c and 50c.
We have the nicest line of men’s,
boy’s and children’s clothing we have ever
had. Men’s suits from $2.50 to $15.00
boys’from 50c to $10.00. You can save a
sight of money by trading at our store.
J.L.WARE a SON
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Evans, J. C. & Evans, Ashley. The Bonham News. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1901, newspaper, November 1, 1901; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth976128/m1/1/: accessed August 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.